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Pet canvassers wear jackets or shirts with the county logo and name badges.
Pet canvassers wear jackets or shirts with the county logo and name badges.
Canvassers going door to door in support of pet licensing
Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Canvassers with Regional Animal Services of King County, in coordination with the City of Bellevue, will go door to door on weekends in Bellevue neighborhoods starting Saturday, April 4.

The purpose of the canvassing is to help ensure compliance with city requirements for licensing cats and dogs eight weeks and older. The canvassers will not issue citations, but they will issue temporary licenses for unlicensed pets, allowing pet owners up to 30 days to pay for a license.


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Canvassers going door to door in support of pet licensing
Pet canvassers wear jackets or shirts with the county logo and name badges.
Pet canvassers wear jackets or shirts with the county logo and name badges.

Canvassers with Regional Animal Services of King County, in coordination with the City of Bellevue, will go door to door on weekends in Bellevue neighborhoods starting Saturday, April 4.

The purpose of the canvassing is to help ensure compliance with city requirements for licensing cats and dogs eight weeks and older. The canvassers will not issue citations, but they will issue temporary licenses for unlicensed pets, allowing pet owners up to 30 days to pay for a license.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Promotion for mobile app earns award
Claude Iosso, Bellevue's digital communications coordinator, accepts a certificate of excellence from the PRSA Puget Sound chapter.
Claude Iosso, Bellevue's digital communications coordinator, accepts a certificate of excellence from the PRSA Puget Sound chapter.

When the City of Bellevue introduced a mobile app last year, it launched a sophisticated promotion that included a survey on social media and gift cards to local restaurants and park attractions.

The city's communications team received an award Wednesday from the Public Relations Society of America for that promotion, which helped prompt more than 2,600 people to download the MyBellevue app over the past year.

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Thursday, March 26, 2015
'Bellevue blooms with construction cranes'
Soma Towers is under construction.
Soma Towers is under construction.

Development Services Director Mike Brennan turns writer for the Daily Journal of Commerce for an article in the March 26 issue about development in downtown Bellevue. In "Bellevue blooms with construction cranes," Brennan cites several major projects in progress here. Here's the article:

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Friday, March 27, 2015
Booker T. Jones to headline Jazzfest
Booker T Jones will headline the Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival.
Booker T Jones will headline the Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival.

Legendary soulman Booker T. Jones will headline this year's Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival, May 27-31 at the Theatre at Meydenbauer and other downtown venues. Other national artists, local musicians and high school all stars will perform in free and ticketed venues throughout the weekend.

More information and tickets are available at the Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival.

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Thursday, March 26, 2015
Risen named fire chief
Chief Mark Risen
Chief Mark Risen

City Manager Brad Miyake has appointed Interim Fire Chief Mark Risen as the permanent fire chief, effective immediately.

Miyake promoted Risen to the Interim position last June, following the retirement of former Fire Chief Mike Eisner. Since that time, Miyake said, Risen has continued to move the department forward, striving for excellence.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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