Bellevue Mayor John Chelminiak to share insights at Business Lunch

Community is encouraged to meet new mayor

  • Tuesday, February 6, 2018 11:51am
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Mayor John Chelminiak. File photo

Mayor John Chelminiak. File photo

The Bellevue community will have an opportunity to meet Bellevue’s new mayor next week.

Elected by the Bellevue City Council to lead the city through 2019, Mayor John Chelminiak will share his forecast for the near-term and look at the long-term view – highlighting strategies needed to ensure the city continues its economic growth – at the Bellevue Chamber’s Business Lunch from 12-1:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15 at the Westin Bellevue, 600 Bellevue Way NE.

The Business Lunch brings Eastside business, political and community leaders together to learn about innovative and timely topics to ensure business success. Reservations are required and can be made online at www.bellevuechamber.org or by calling 425-454-2464.

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