Web, Oct 21, 2020 — Half Moon Bay Review

In short, the San Mateo County Harbor District is governed by people more interested in fighting among themselves than managing millions in taxpayer funding... The only rational approach for voters is to vote out the incumbents... Incumbent Virginia Kiraly-Chang is running against Menlo Park’s Kirsten Keith.

Daily News
Mon, Oct 19, 2020 — Daily Post

Two familiar mid-Peninsula political figures are going head-to-head for a seat on the San Mateo County Harbor District board, an entity known for its litigation and rancorous meetings... In the election, former Menlo Park councilwoman and mayor Kirsten Keith is facing Virginia Chang Kiraly...

Daily Post
Web, Oct 14, 2020 — Half Moon Bay Review

"My seven years of experience as a Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency director, San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority director and eight years as a city council member illustrate my commitment to public service and my ability to serve the residents of San Mateo County..."

Daily News
Thu, Aug 13, 2020 — Daily Post

We now have a complete look at who will be running for local offices in November... San Mateo County Harbor District: In District 5, which spans from Pescadero to East Palo Alto and includes Menlo Park, incumbent Virginia Chang Kiraly will face former Menlo Park Mayor Kirsten Keith.”

Daily Post
Sat, Aug 8, 2020 — San Mateo Daily Journal

From congressional candidates to school measures, voters... will have plenty of choices leading up to November... For the San Mateo County Harbor Board of Commissioners... conservation agency director Kirsten Keith and incumbent Virginia Chang Kiraly have qualified for the ballot for District 5, with one seat.

San Mateo Daily Journal

The Archives

Kirsten Keith commits to honor and uphold Paris Agreement goals
Sat, Jun 3, 2017 — InMenlo

“As Mayor of the City of Menlo Park, I will work with other leaders around the country, and locally, through the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda to honor and uphold our commitments to the goals of the Paris Agreement,” Mayor Kirsten Keith stated.

Fri, Apr 5, 2013 — San Mateo Daily Journal

The Golden Gate University School of Law Public Interest Law Foundation selected GGU law alumna and Menlo Park Councilwoman Kirsten Keith as its second recipient of the Drucilla Stender Ramey Public Interest Achievement Award. The award... honors individuals in the GGU community whose outstanding work has advanced justice and social change in the lives of vulnerable populations.

San Mateo Daily Journal
Tue, May 29, 2012 — Los Angeles Times

Keith said the environmental impact report the City Council is expected to vote on also includes the other campus. "The bottom line is that we have a development agreement with Facebook that we're excited about," Keith said. "We're excited to have Facebook as our neighbors. I am pleased with what we have come up with."

Los Angeles Times
Thu, Apr 26, 2012 — Wall Street Journal

Facebook Inc's initial public offering will be a boon for its new hometown, Menlo Park. Few people know that better than Mayor Kirsten Keith... as part of the Facebook Development Agreement that Ms. Keith and city staff negotiated, the company will make payments to Menlo Park and give the city other items of value."

Wall Street Journal