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Nov.3, 2013: For the first time since the 1970s John Meaney will not be representing the city of Kirkland. Having served as councillor and mayor, he was defeated by a mere 500 votes Sunday by Michael Gibson, who had been a … Continue reading
Michel Gibson wins over John Meaney by 500 votes. Global News has live Kirkland election results here. Election results on Ville de Kirkland site: Mayor’s office, Councillors. Official data from MAMROT.
An article by Abby E. Schachter in The Suburban, October 30, 2013, p.8 of the printed edition or go to p.64 online. “Kirkland mayor faces challenge from veteran councillor, newcomer” – by Albert Kramberger, The Gazette, Oct.30, 2013.
John Meaney is the only one out of the three mayoral candidates who has not shared his platform with KirklandCitizen, nor answered the 3 key questions. Indeed, no serious person would find this exercise meaningful, because there’s not much to report … Continue reading
The Gazette, 22 October 2013, published a good summary of how much money out of our taxes is spent on the elected officials. Strangely enough, car allowance is not mentioned anywhere. Is it possible that Kirkland mayor, John Meaney, is the … Continue reading
Bonjour, Hello, Please join me for a Meet and Greet Sunday Oct 27th from 12pm-3pm, corner Montrose and Ch.Ste-Marie. I would like to take this opportunity to discuss any issues or opinions you may have. Thank you and see you there, … Continue reading
To know when and where to vote, go here. Advance Polls will be held by KirklandCitizen.com even sooner. Come and check who is winning!
What have you achieved in the last four years? Over the past several years, as a senior manager in a global high technology company, I achieved the highest results in efficiency and quality in the company’s forty years history, coached … Continue reading
During the past four years I have served as a citizen representative on two Kirkland Advisory Committees; this past year as a member of the Kirkland Urban Planning Committee. At this Committee we reviewed plans submitted for everything from pool … Continue reading