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‘It’s really helping us build some firsts in Bellevue’: Checking in on transportation projects in the city
The council received an update on transportation projects at a recent study session.
A recent panel discussion shed light on Census 2020 concerns and resolutions.
High-tech process will identify near-miss intersections, could lead the way for other cities.
Armed Intruder Safety Practices took place at Crossroads Bible Church on Sept. 11
I-405/SR 167 Corridor Executive Advisory group discusses legislative session, other projects at recent meeting
The group met at the Bellevue Library on Sept. 10.
A final decision by the council is set for Dec. 9.
The application for the rezoning was filed on Feb. 25.
The report was released late last month by the nonprofit.
The free 10-day event begins on Sept. 13.
The projects are benefitting four schools in the district.
“Bird Brains: An American Crow” took place on Aug. 23 at Lake Hills Greenbelt Park.
Washington state’s Extreme Risk Protection Order law was put into effect in 2016.
The seasonal workshops started in 2012.
Alternative 2.1 sees support and opposition.
Dancer Harris Weiskopf, a Bellevue teen, isn’t interested in slowing down anytime soon.
The funding will enable the Men’s Winter Shelter at Lincoln Center to operate year-round.
The project, TFP-158, is part of the 2019-2030 Transportation Facilities Plan.