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One idea for the Grand Connection developed at a recent charrette
One idea for the Grand Connection developed at a recent charrette
Council Roundup: Council sets bold agenda with 2-year priorities
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

The City Council Monday adopted priorities for this year and next that include transportation projects in downtown, BelRed and Wilburton; a plan for developing affordable housing; and a vision for a "Grand Connection" between the Meydenbauer Bay waterfront and the Eastside Rail Corridor.

"Very good," Mayor John Stokes said immediately following the council's unanimous vote to adopt. "Now we just have to make (the priorities) work and get them done."


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Council Roundup: Council sets bold agenda with 2-year priorities
One idea for the Grand Connection developed at a recent charrette
One idea for the Grand Connection developed at a recent charrette

The City Council Monday adopted priorities for this year and next that include transportation projects in downtown, BelRed and Wilburton; a plan for developing affordable housing; and a vision for a "Grand Connection" between the Meydenbauer Bay waterfront and the Eastside Rail Corridor.

"Very good," Mayor John Stokes said immediately following the council's unanimous vote to adopt. "Now we just have to make (the priorities) work and get them done."

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Bellevue challenges Bellingham on energy reduction
The green roof at City Hall is one way Bellevue improves its energy score for the Georgetown University prize.
The green roof at City Hall is one way Bellevue improves its energy score for the Georgetown University prize.

Bellevue and Bellingham are neck-and-neck in a national contest to be the greenest mid-sized city in the country. Now the two cities are engaged in a friendly battle to see which can cut more energy usage in their homes, schools and city buildings, regardless of where they finish in the national competition.

Bellevue and Bellingham are currently tied for fourth place among 50 cities vying for a $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize by reducing energy use and raising awareness about conservation over a two-year period.

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Friday, April 22, 2016
Get a rolling start to 'Bike Month in Bellevue'
Dallon Nagasake commutes via two wheels for Bike to Work Day.
Dallon Nagasake commutes via two wheels for Bike to Work Day.

May is Bike Month, but for Bellevue residents and employees standing on their pedals in anticipation, April offers some great events as well.

Last year, more than 800 people who live or work in Bellevue took part in the "Bike Month Challenge," a regional promotion of bike commuting. Several events are planned as part of "Bike Month in Bellevue:"

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Monday, April 18, 2016
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Bellevue's government works to ensure East Link will serve the needs of Bellevue residents and businesses.

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