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Animal control officer Aaron Wheatley ensures pet and people safety on patrol in his truck.
Animal control officer Aaron Wheatley ensures pet and people safety on patrol in his truck.
Extra! Extra! Summer It's Your City online
Wednesday, June 22, 2016

The dog catcher likes dogs. That's the first thing you should know about an animal control officer featured in the summer issue of It's Your City, which just came out over the weekend.

The newsletter also features the Bellwether sculpture exhibition coming soon, potential neighborhood safety ballot measures and a column from Mayor John Stokes exploring Bellevue's transformation into a global hub of innovation.


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Extra! Extra! Summer It's Your City online
Animal control officer Aaron Wheatley ensures pet and people safety on patrol in his truck.
Animal control officer Aaron Wheatley ensures pet and people safety on patrol in his truck.

The dog catcher likes dogs. That's the first thing you should know about an animal control officer featured in the summer issue of It's Your City, which just came out over the weekend.

The newsletter also features the Bellwether sculpture exhibition coming soon, potential neighborhood safety ballot measures and a column from Mayor John Stokes exploring Bellevue's transformation into a global hub of innovation.

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Council Roundup: Council still studying marijuana regulations
Bellevue skyline

Also, Mount Rainier view corridor vote and Bellevue Rotary check for Inspiration Playground

On Monday evening at a regular session the City Council held a public hearing regarding interim zoning regulations enacted in May. The temporary regulations limit recreational marijuana sales locations in the city. Public testimony included statements opposing and supporting the interim code, adopted via Ordinance No. 6286.

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Ballot measures proposed for neighborhood safety

Come learn about possible ballot measures to fund safety improvements to the neighborhood transportation system and Bellevue's fire facilities. We need your feedback to help determine if these are the right investments for our community.

Join us at one of these public meetings, each 5-7 p.m.: June 28, Bellevue Youth Theatre, 16051 NE 10th St; June 29 -- South Bellevue Community Center, 14509 SE Newport Way; or June 30 -- City Hall, 450 110th Ave. NE, Room 1E-108. You can also participate in our online survey.

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Tuesday, June 21, 2016
See inspiring beauty on BTV

This month's Lake to Lake television show explores the Ebony Fashion Fair exhibit at the Bellevue Arts Museum, the annual State of the City address, Bellevue Neighborhoods Conference and a young boy’s unforgettable ride to school with Bellevue Fire.

Lake to Lake airs on BTV Channel 21 and on Bellevue's YouTube channel.

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Wednesday, June 8, 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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