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A farmers market is a wonderful thing and I am glad we have one in Bellevue. I am glad also that a new generation is joining in to take over management.
Community Events, May 2016
The April 29 Bellevue Reporter article says from I-90, East Link will "turn north in Bellevue near Mercer Slough." A more apt description is it will turn north into Mercer Slough Nature Park, entering a two-and-a-half story train station the length of a football field, including a five-story parking garage.
The Reporter's April 29 opinion column by King County Executive Dow Constantine and King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci says "at its peak, capacity light rail can carry up to 16,000 people per hour in each direction" and "no other option can add that kind of capacity."
I strongly feel that the Bellevue High School football violations are a major black eye against the district, from the superintendent on down.
Downtown Bellevue is a noisy place: during weekdays, a continuing pounding and rumbling din emanating from the many buildings under construction and the tearing-up of streets that go with it.