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A local First Lego League team is headed for an invitational competition in May where they plan to showcase an invention that solves fidgeting problems kids have in the classroom. The FLL team, Circle of Seven, consists of Kirkland residents and Cedar Park Christian students Eric Hoelscher and Joshua Elmore, Kenmore resident Justin Smth, Bothell residents Andrew and Ben Netterfield, and Snohomish resident Nicholas Cutulie, who have been selected to represent Western Washington at the FLL Open Invitational Championships in Carlsbad, Calif. Comment?
Due to stagnant weather conditions and rising air pollution, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is calling a Stage 1 burn ban in King County and elevating Pierce and Snohomish counties to Stage 2 burn bans. This ban is in effect until further notice. Comment?
Rep. Roger Goodman of Kirkland in the 45th District was selected to be vice-chair of the Public Safety Committee, along with Rep. Tina Orwall of Des Moines. Bothell resident and 1st District Rep. Derek Stanford was selected as the vice-chair for the Capital Budget Committee, along with Rep. Hans Dunshee of Snohomish. Comment?
Tens of thousands of dollars in political donations have been reported to the state Public Disclosure Commission ahead of next week's deadline for candidates and party committees to reveal their receipts for November. State Sen. Pam Roach, R-Auburn, who won re-election by defeating a Republican state representative, collected nearly $10,000 from a fundraiser in Olympia put on by a cadre of longtime lobbyists. Comment?
Puget Sound Clean Air Agency expects to see increased wind speeds throughout Tuesday and pollution levels are forecasted to fall to MODERATE. For more information, please download the PSCAA's free app: Burn Ban 411, for up to date information on burn bans throughout the Puget Sound area. Comment?
After this election, Republicans will hold a majority of seats in the state Senate for the first time since 2004 and boast their largest contingent in the state House in more than a decade. The most stirring change is in the House, where the GOP is poised to pick up four seats and shrink Democrats' numeric advantage to 51-47, its smallest margin since 2002. Comment?
Housing affordability and the impact of the Puget Sound region's dwindling supply of available land for home building was the focus of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties' 2014 Housing Summit, held yesterday in Bellevue. Attracting 400 attendees, the Summit's program, "Accommodating Housing Needs with Less Land," included presentations by top national and regional housing experts and a panel discussion with homebuilders and state legislators, including Kirkland resident and Rep. Larry Springer , 45th District. Comment?
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