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Kirkland Adjusts Law Regulations

The Town of Kirkland Board met Monday evening to discuss new business.

The March 30 meeting minutes were approved.

The Board approved a resolution amending the Host Community Agreement between the Town of Kirkland and SSC Kirkland LLC.

A Public Hearing regarding Local Law No. 1 of 2022 amended the Town of Kirkland Code, Chapter 118, Article VI: Antennas; Solar Wind Energy Systems.

No members of the public spoke.

The amendment now requires a pre-submission meeting for interested parties and the standard $100 permit fee is adjustable at the Board's discretion.

The Board approved the amendment by resolution later in the meeting.

The Board opened a public hearing regarding the use of ARPA funds totalling $852,000, $400,000 of which has already been allocated for repairs to the Edward W. Stanley Recreation Center roof.

Clinton Climate Smart Community Task Force Coordinator Steve Orvis spoke to the Board about the importance of using portions of the funds to reduce the local community's carbon footprint.

John Hisell supported the suggestion, offering ideas such as converting the Town vehicle fleet to electric.

CCSC Task Force Webmaster Alan Cole also voiced support for Orvis' suggestion. Several other members of the public spoke in support of using…


The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

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