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Clyde Hill turned 70!

Clyde Hill just turned 70 years old! The Town received its name after a road — Clyde Hill Road (now 92nd Avenue NE) — which was named after an area in Scotland called “Firth of Clyde” by a Scottish immigrant. Ken Day, who would later become the first Mayor, suggested this area be called Clyde Hill. The town was incorporated six years later, on March 31, 1953. Read the entire town history here.

Recent News
Navigating the Blog Landscape in Clyde Hill 

Over the past two years, more blogs have emerged covering news in Clyde Hill. Our blog, Clyde Hill Coalition, is run by private citizens. Others are operated by elected officials, including Clyde Hill City Councilmembers Dean Hachamovitch and Steve Sinwell. Hachamovitch has drawn attention because of the blurred lines between his personal blog and official …

Question over Mayor Friedman and His Campaign Finances

Following his election in November, Mayor Steve Friedman was contacted to review his campaign finances, pursuant to Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 390-16-043. Mayor Friedman received a request for a meeting to review his campaign books – but he refused the request. His refusal sparks concern over transparency in our local government. In response to requests …

Support the Clyde Hill Elementary Walk-A-Thon

The Clyde Hill Elementary Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) is gearing up for an important fundraiser on May 31st, the Clyde Hill Elementary Walk-A-Thon! And they’re calling on residents and local businesses to help by becoming a sponsor of the event. How do I Sponsor? There are multiple ways to support the event; Why Sponsor the Walk-A-Thon? …

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