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Council adopts 2017-18 budget
Wednesday, December 7, 2016

The City Council Monday unanimously adopted the 2017-2018 operating budget and the 2017-2023 Capital Investment Program.

The $1.5 billion biennial budget is balanced and maintains current service levels in city operations. It also focuses on implementing the City Council Vision priorities. The budget includes two-year appropriations for operations ($1.035 billion), special purposes ($65 million) and capital investments ($413 million).


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Council adopts 2017-18 budget

The City Council Monday unanimously adopted the 2017-2018 operating budget and the 2017-2023 Capital Investment Program.

The $1.5 billion biennial budget is balanced and maintains current service levels in city operations. It also focuses on implementing the City Council Vision priorities. The budget includes two-year appropriations for operations ($1.035 billion), special purposes ($65 million) and capital investments ($413 million).

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Potential for wind, snow and ice again in the forecast

Continuing a trend of harsh weather in recent days, forecasts now call for the possibility of strong winds Wednesday night and Thursday morning, followed by snow Thursday night.

Winds blowing east through the Cascades are predicted at 20-30 mph, with gusts up to 50 mph overnight in some areas of King County. Power outages are possible. On Thursday night, the forecast includes 1-3 inches of snow in lowland areas, including Bellevue, transitioning to rain Friday morning. More snow could fall at higher elevations in south Bellevue.

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Council Roundup: City adopts 2017-18 budget

Also, destination development plan and small cell agreements

On Monday, the City Council unanimously approved the city's 2017-18 budget and 2017-23 Capital Investment Program plan. Commenting on the ordinance, councilmembers praised the biennial budget for being fiscally responsible, in line with the council's priorities and vision, and demonstrating caring support for critical human service programs.

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
White House names Bellevue TechHire community

City to collaborate with Coding Dojo by supporting technology training for city's innovation economy

Following the White House's designation of Bellevue as a TechHire community, the City of Bellevue and Coding Dojo, a pioneer in the coding boot camp space, jointly announced today their collaboration in making technology training more accessible to residents that can help them secure local jobs with some of Puget Sound's most notable tech employers.

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Schools take Green Genius Cafeteria Challenge
The Carbon Yeti congratulates Cherry Crest Elementary students.
The Carbon Yeti congratulates Cherry Crest Elementary students.

The City of Bellevue and Bellevue School District challenged schools to reduce garbage in the cafeteria for America Recycles Day during the month of November.

The challenge was launched five years ago to encourage schools to create and implement a lunch waste reduction campaign during the first few weeks of November. This year, staff and students used many strategies to motivate including: student presentations, assemblies, posters, announcements, costumes, progress charts and competitions between grades.

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Permanent Men's Shelter

The city and county are seeking a permanent location for the men's shelter

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