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2019 Port of Seattle funding supports economic development projects in Eastside cities.
The Bellevue City Council approved updates for their economic development plan.
Bellevue is creating a list of project concepts directly aimed at addressing traffic congestion.
Improvements to accessibility and exhibits were made in the spring.
A Bellevue Hearing Examiner decision to approve an Energize Eastside permit is being appealed.
Bellevue city council approves the guiding principles for East Main’s transit focused development.
The Bellevue Reporter reached out to council candidates to share who they are and what they value.
The candidates are incumbent John Stokes, Holly Zhang and Martin Acevedo.
Bellevue makes progress on providing public Wi-Fi and Small Cell antennas on city poles.
Elected officials gave some insight into the legislative session and what to look for in the future.
The effort to provide improvements to homeless shelter services in Bellevue has made big process.
City and parks department is working with parents on accessibility.
The Bellevue Sister Cities Association will welcome a delegation from Yao, Japan this November.
Bellevue plans to purchase an affordable housing condo unit to save it from foreclosure on June 30.
Bellevue held a full scale emergency response exercise with 150 staff members.
The Bellevue city council adopted a comprehensive plan amendment for the East Main district.
The Bellevue Planning Commission rejected a citizen’s proposal to create “Vision Zero for Gun Safety.”
Bellevue has committed $50,000 to the Regional Census Fund to support census outreach for 2020.
High school students compete with start up business ideas.
Bellevue city council approved of continued improvements to bike lanes in downtown.