Bellevue Deputy Mayor Lynne Robinson and Mayor John Chelminiak share Bellevue’s future strategic plans. Photo courtesy of Tim Kelley/Bellevue Downtown Association

Bellevue Deputy Mayor Lynne Robinson and Mayor John Chelminiak share Bellevue’s future strategic plans. Photo courtesy of Tim Kelley/Bellevue Downtown Association

City officials talk on Bellevue’s advancement as global destination

Deputy Mayor Lynne Robinson and Mayor John Chelminiak spoke at the BDA’s April breakfast.

  • Wednesday, April 25, 2018 4:30pm
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The city of Bellevue’s deputy mayor, Lynne Robinson and mayor John Chelminiak shared Bellevue’s future strategic plans with Patrick Bannon, the Bellevue Downtown Association’s (BDA) executive director at Tuesday’s April BDA Breakfast at the Bellevue Club.

Chelminiak explored the city’s approach to advancing Bellevue as a global destination, followed by an open forum discussion with Robinson to the conclude the program.

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