Debra Sinick

Kirkland Highlands Neighborhood Meeting This Wednesday

In Built Green, Kirkland WA on January 19, 2010 at 11:35 pm

Cow Poop into electricity?  Find out about at the Kirkland Highlands neighborhood meeting.

Wednesday, January 20, 7 pm

Maintenance Center, 915 8th St.

THREE interesting items on the agenda:

Puget Sound Energy’s Green Power Program This program stimulates demand for renewable energy by allowing residents and businesses to support local renewable projects including wind, biomass, and solar. Hear about:

  • How PSE’s voluntary program works
  • The impact of this voluntary market on renewable energy development
  • Spotlight on Washington dairy digesters: turning cow poop into electricity

The 116th Sidewalk Project (between 94th and 100th) will start soon!

The project engineer will present the design and the construction
schedule.

Sue Keller, Parks Board member and Highlands resident, will talk
about what’s going on in our city parks,
how budget cutbacks will
affect parks, and what’s in the future for Kirkland’s parks system.

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