• Help write pro, con statements for East Bellevue Community Council

    Published April 12 2021

    As state law requires, every four years residents of East Bellevue must vote on whether the East Bellevue Community Council will continue to exist. Pro and con statements are needed for a ballot measure for the Nov. 2, 2021 general election.

    The EBCC announced on April 6 that it is accepting applications from residents interested in serving on committees that will formulate statements for or against “continuation of the East Bellevue Community Municipal Corporation” (commonly known as the EBCC).

    The “statement for” and “statement against” (in addition to a rebuttal of the statement against) will appear in the King County voters’ pamphlet for the election.

    Application Options
    People interested in applying may do so online. In addition to online submission, applications may be submitted by:

    Applications are due by 5 p.m., Friday, April 30. For more information, please call Deputy City Clerk Karin Roberts at 425-452-6806.