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Surprise snow makes for slippery commute
Monday, February 27, 2017

Snow, heavy at times, greeted Bellevue commuters Monday morning, making for slippery conditions in some roadway locations. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory at 7:03 a.m., updated late Monday morning to extend through 9 p.m. Monday. Snow may pick up in the afternoon/evening, so please drive and walk safely.

City crews from the Transportation Department, with support from Utilities, Parks and Civic Services, were out plowing streets shortly after the snow started. The city Office of Emergency Management also is monitoring conditions.


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Surprise snow makes for slippery commute

Snow, heavy at times, greeted Bellevue commuters Monday morning, making for slippery conditions in some roadway locations. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory at 7:03 a.m., updated late Monday morning to extend through 9 p.m. Monday. Snow may pick up in the afternoon/evening, so please drive and walk safely.

City crews from the Transportation Department, with support from Utilities, Parks and Civic Services, were out plowing streets shortly after the snow started. The city Office of Emergency Management also is monitoring conditions.

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Monday, February 27, 2017
Support for mosque celebrated in It's Your City
Neighbors put flowers and signs out by the Islamic Center of Eastside after a transient set fire to it in January.
Neighbors put flowers and signs out by the Islamic Center of Eastside after a transient set fire to it in January.

Residents made the words "Our diversity is our strength" the day after an arson fire at the Islamic Center of Eastside in January. The day after the Jan. 14 blaze, set by a homeless man who had received help from the Bellevue mosque, more than 500 people packed Sammamish High School's auditorium to show support for local Muslims.

That story occupies the front page of this month's issue of It's Your City, which is landing on Bellevue doorsteps this week. An update on the effort to site a permanent men's shelter in Bellevue, a council priority, is also on the front page.

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Thursday, February 23, 2017
Council Roundup: Funding approved for EBCC court appeal

Plus, levy project funding and two public hearings

On Tuesday, the City Council approved a resolution authorizing the city to fund up to $27,000 for the East Bellevue Community Council's petition to the Washington Supreme Court. The ongoing litigation concerns a 115-kilovolt overhead transmission line proposed by Puget Sound Energy that will increase electrical reliability.

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Thursday, February 23, 2017
Neighborhood Leadership Gathering to explore city's changing face
Mayor John Stokes speaks at a Neigbhorhood Leadership Gathering.
Mayor John Stokes speaks at a Neigbhorhood Leadership Gathering.

Leaders and active residents of Bellevue's neighborhoods are invited to attend a semi-annual gathering of neighborhood leaders on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 6:30-8:30 p.m., in City Hall, room 1E-108. This year's gathering will focus on the community's growing diversity, including the benefits and potential challenges it poses to neighborhoods.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Now we've got a home on Houzz

The City of Bellevue now has a home on Houzz.com, the world's largest home-improvement platform. As part of a pilot project intended to help homeowners and contractors remember the permit part of the home improvement/construction equation, Bellevue is one of seven cities around the country with pages on the site.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Permanent Men's Shelter

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

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