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East Main study area
Feedback sought on draft East Main station area plan
Wednesday, May 11, 2016

The citizen advisory committee working with the community to develop a vision and implementation strategies for the area surrounding the future East Main light rail station is seeking the public's feedback on a draft plan.

Residents can participate and provide comments at an online open house through May 25.


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Feedback sought on draft East Main station area plan
East Main study area

The citizen advisory committee working with the community to develop a vision and implementation strategies for the area surrounding the future East Main light rail station is seeking the public's feedback on a draft plan.

Residents can participate and provide comments at an online open house through May 25.

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Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Council Roundup: Briefing on inaccurate lead contamination report
Bellevue's water is clean, from the Cedar River watershed.

Also, funding capital projects and proclamation recognizing public works staff

On Monday the City Council was briefed by Utilities Director Nav Otal and Bellevue School District's Facilities & Operations Direction Jack McLeod regarding the recently flawed reports of elevated lead levels at Bellevue schools. McLeod noted that school district had released old test data, which was then reported by local media outlets.

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Latest bicycle wayfinding route completed
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Just in time for Bike Everywhere Day on Friday, May 20, the city's Transportation Department has completed the latest segment of bicycle wayfinding signs in Bellevue.

The segment runs from downtown to 148th Avenue Northeast, the city's border with Redmond, which is partnering with Bellevue on the project. The next phase of work will extend the route to downtown Redmond. A previously completed wayfinding section runs from the Interstate 90 Trail to downtown Bellevue.

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Light Rail and Bellevue

Bellevue's government works to ensure East Link will serve the needs of Bellevue residents and businesses.

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