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A federal loan will support improvements to 124th Avenue Northeast, from Northeast 12th Street to Spring Boulevard.
A federal loan will support improvements to 124th Avenue Northeast, from Northeast 12th Street to Spring Boulevard.
Council Roundup: Low-interest loan for key transportation projects remains on track
Thursday, January 19, 2017

Also, examining the city's changing demographics and recognizing Bellevue Police

On Tuesday the City Council OK'd the continued pursuit of a $100 million, low-interest federal loan to help pay for major transportation projects. Final approval is anticipated in late February, once the council formally adopts a bond ordinance authorizing the loan.


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Council Roundup: Low-interest loan for key transportation projects remains on track
A federal loan will support improvements to 124th Avenue Northeast, from Northeast 12th Street to Spring Boulevard.
A federal loan will support improvements to 124th Avenue Northeast, from Northeast 12th Street to Spring Boulevard.

Also, examining the city's changing demographics and recognizing Bellevue Police

On Tuesday the City Council OK'd the continued pursuit of a $100 million, low-interest federal loan to help pay for major transportation projects. Final approval is anticipated in late February, once the council formally adopts a bond ordinance authorizing the loan.

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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Police give more details on mosque fire
Firefighters battle a fire at the Islamic Center of Eastside early Saturday.
Firefighters battle a fire at the Islamic Center of Eastside early Saturday.

Saturday night at 5:50 p.m., Bellevue Police held a press conference at City Hall to provide new details related to their investigation into a suspicious fire at the Islamic Center of Eastside in Bellevue on Saturday morning. Along with Police Chief Steve Mylett and Fire Chief Mark Risen were representatives from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, and the Islamic Center of Eastside.

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Sunday, January 15, 2017
City Council opening as councilmember appointed to Legislature
Vandana Slatter
Vandana Slatter

The City Council will soon have an open seat, after Councilmember Vandana Slatter announced plans to resign during Monday night's extended study session. Slatter's pending departure is due to an appointment by the King County Council to represent the 48th Legislative District in the state House of Representatives.

"During her time on the city council, Vandana has been very engaged and making a difference for our community," said Mayor John Stokes. "Vandana will be well positioned for keeping the city perspective in mind as she takes on her new role at the state capitol in Olympia."

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017
It was a great year for Bellevue

The January episode of the city's Lake to Lake television show showcases some of the events that helped make 2016 a great year for Bellevue, including the new State Route 520 bridge, visioning for the Grand Connection, a more interactive Bellwether sculpture exhibition and the return of the bike cops.

Lake to Lake is produced by Bellevue Television. Programming airs on BTV Channel 21 and on the Bellevue YouTube channel. For more information, email btv@bellevuewa.gov.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xt6c9T96c9U&feature=youtu.be
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Permanent Men's Shelter

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

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