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Council Roundup: Briefing on marijuana regulations
Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Also, Bellevue recognizes 'Older Americans Month' and low-impact development outreach

At Monday's study session, the City Council received a briefing on the status of marijuana regulations affecting the city. The update is the first step in discussing, and possibly adopting, local regulatory mechanisms passed by the state Legislature last year.


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Council Roundup: Briefing on marijuana regulations
Bellevue's skyline

Also, Bellevue recognizes 'Older Americans Month' and low-impact development outreach

At Monday's study session, the City Council received a briefing on the status of marijuana regulations affecting the city. The update is the first step in discussing, and possibly adopting, local regulatory mechanisms passed by the state Legislature last year.

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Wednesday, May 4, 2016
'A global hub of innovation and dynamism'
Community leaders are invited to play a role in Bellevue's bright future.

"We're at the dawn of a new chapter in our city's growth, a chapter that has Bellevue poised to be a global hub of innovation and dynamism and the economic, educational and cultural center of the greater Eastside."

That's the message Mayor John Stokes and Deputy Mayor John Chelminiak delivered to the Bellevue Downtown Association at a recent breakfast presentation. video

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Downtown Park projects start this summer
A visualization of Bellevue Downtown Park shows the completed circular promenade.
A visualization of Bellevue Downtown Park shows the completed circular promenade.

The southern half of Bellevue's iconic Downtown Park will close in mid-July for construction of both the last segment of the circular promenade and a play area for children of all abilities.

"These projects will complete the community's 30-year-old vision of beloved Downtown Park," said Mayor John Stokes. "We look forward to inviting everyone back next summer to enjoy the completed circle and to play in the universally accessible playground."

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Residents offered helping hand with home maintenance
Volunteers for "A Day of Sharing and Caring" paint a house.
Volunteers for "A Day of Sharing and Caring" paint a house.

Residents facing economic or other life challenges sometimes struggle to maintain their homes. They can apply for help from a team of volunteers who will tackle either transformative yard clean-ups or single-story exterior painting on some 20 Bellevue homes.

For "Day of Sharing and Caring," now in its ninth year, volunteers will make improvements beginning late July through August. The program is a partnership of the City of Bellevue and Jubilee REACH, a Bellevue-based nonprofit.

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Monday, May 2, 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
Light Rail and Bellevue

Bellevue's government works to ensure East Link will serve the needs of Bellevue residents and businesses.

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