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Police blotter for Oct. 7-12.
The council is considering ordinances designed to help renters.
‘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.
While Washington had a mild season, wildfires burned near the Arctic.
Senator and Representative met Oct. 3 at Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank.
Jennifer Robertson and James Bible responded to questions posed by the Reporter.
Concerns include more traffic, higher land prices, code enforcement and compliance.
Zahn is the incumbemt; Yu is a principal engineer system architect
Proposal targets 70 more miles in unincorporated areas.
Police blotter for Sept. 30 - Oct. 6.
The former Bellevue mayor is essentially running unopposed.
The goals were ambitious but progress has been slow.
In 2018, around one-third of material sent to regional landfill could have been composted.
The library board is considering reducing the number of free pages from 75 a week to 10.
Candidates touch on curriculum, affordability and diversity.
Bellevue topped the list for highest apartment rents during the first half of 2019.
The candidates answer questions formulated from reader interests.
A recent panel discussion shed light on Census 2020 concerns and resolutions.
Police blotter for Sept. 23-29.
Detectives believe crime was gang related.