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by Victor Schukhov, The Montreal Gazette, 15 March 2014. Sometimes, West Island headlines are so close together that one can’t see that they are solutions to each other’s problems. You know, like telling the trees from the forest. Take Kirkland, … Continue reading
We do it with cities and countries. We do it with universities and sports teams. Now, after numerous planned surveys and comprehensive data collection, all of which I never got around to doing, here is my ranking (1 being tops, … Continue reading
Another article in The Chronicle: Kirkland resident consults with lawyer over traffic issue. Julius Grey to look into Kirkland citizens’ rights. Also, in The Gazette: “Montreal lawyer Julius Grey looking at case of Henri Daoust St. residents” – by Cheryl Cornacchia, and … Continue reading
Town of Kirkland to remove no-left-turn signs from Henri Daoust by Carmen Marie Fabio, The Chronicle Kirkland removes no-left turn signs; residents say it’s ‘revenge’ ‘This is the height of arrogance:’ resident of Henri-Daoust by Cheryl Cornacchia, The Gazette Kirkland … Continue reading
Kirkland Mayor John Meaney and Council have finally been exposed. They are bullies masquerading as elected officials. This week they gave us an impressive display of “THE KIRKLAND WAY” at work, meant to shock and awe residents of Henri-Daoust Street … Continue reading
No, Freddy Krueger has not set up shop in Kirkland. There are however victims on this small residential street barely 500 metres long which at last “independent and reliable” count handles 8,000 cars per day, two STM bus routes, countless … Continue reading
Recommended reading: Another article by Carmen Marie Fabio in The Chronicle.
To All Kirkland Citizens, A good number of us, KCA members, KCA prospective members, and supporters attended the Kirkland Council regular meeting, starting from 8:00 p.m. During the Question and Answer period, several KCA members stood up and asked questions, … Continue reading