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With the clock running out for the city to lock down its 2015-16 budget, Bellevue Deputy Mayor Kevin Wallace on Monday provided a revised financial plan that would allow the council once again to avoid a property tax increase. While councilmembers are hopeful, development company Wright Runstad is livid.
The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center has designated Bellevue a Silver “Walk Friendly Community” for its walkability initiatives and programs.
PSE's Energize Eastside project would result in industrial blighting of Bellevue and the other four cities the project would cut through and it does not preserve neighborhood character as is the policy of our city and our currently elected officials. And the project may be completely unnecessary.
Puget Sound Energy customers will get a one-time credit applied to December and January bills that will save the average residential electric customer about $40. The credit passes along the financial benefit of sale of PSE’s assets in Jefferson County in 2010.
The city of Bellevue will host its 7th annual Master Naturalist Training Program. The free program educates volunteers through a series of in-class lectures, field trips, workshops and restoration projects.