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    Deadline extended for performance survey responses

    The city has extended the deadline for residents who want to have a say on the 2013 annual community survey. This survey supplements the city's statistically valid annual survey that closed on Feb 10…

    Council Roundup: Comments on light rail code changes

    Residents who live near the future East Link light rail line in Bellevue, along with other interested speakers, weighed in Monday on proposed land use code amendments under consideration by the City…

    Bowlers could help cold case murder investigation

    Members of a bowling team at the Sun Villa Lanes in Eastgate in 1980 could help police establish a connection between Michael Allan Halgren, charged in January with first-degree murder, and Susan…

    Eastside Green Business Challenge winners announced

    Winners of the 2012 Eastside Green Business Challenge have been named. The Challenge's top 10 performers received special honors and a "Green Office Makeover" from Office Depot, sponsors of the…

    Witness sought in Munchbar shooting

    Bellevue Police are looking for a man they believe witnessed a Dec. 24 shooting at the Munchbar downtown. A Seattle man was killed in the shooting in the crowded bar, and surveillance cameras show…

    Council to hold hearing on code changes regarding light rail

    The City Council will hold a public hearing Monday, Feb. 11, to take comments on proposed amendments to Bellevue's land use code that will govern permitting, development standards and design…

    New playground would inspire Lucy

    For children with disabilities, going to most playgrounds can be more frustrating than fun. "Inspiration Playground," to be built at Bellevue Downtown Park, is intended to serve kids of all abilities…

    Annual performance survey now open to all residents

    The city has initiated its 16th annual survey to assess residents' satisfaction with municipal services, but this year it comes with a twist. For the first time, Bellevue is offering residents who…

    Council Roundup: Foul called on roosters

    At the request of some residents troubled by a noisy rooster, the City Council Monday asked staff to draft a proposal limiting ownership of them and peacocks and peahens, noted for their alarming…

    Cultural Conversation to focus on mourning practices

    Bellevue residents from all over the world will get an opportunity to share their stories and their rituals around death and dying at a Cultural Conversations meeting on Tuesday Feb. 12, at the…
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