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Interim Police Chief Jim Montgomery speaks at an event.
Interim Police Chief Jim Montgomery speaks at an event.
Police chief finalists announced, meet them and attend resource fair Oct. 23
Wednesday, October 22, 2014

The city today announced the finalists to be the city's next police chief: Minneapolis Assistant Police Chief Matthew Clark; Bellevue Deputy Police Chief Jim Jolliffe; Simi Valley, Calif. Police Chief Mitch McCann; Seattle Assistant Police Chief Nicholas Metz; and Austin, Texas Assistant Police Chief Raul Munguia. The candidates' bios are available on the police chief recruitment web page.

Meet the finalists at a reception on Thursday, October 23 at City Hall (450 110th Ave. NE). A resource fair will be at City Hall the same evening.  


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Police chief finalists announced, meet them and attend resource fair Oct. 23
Interim Police Chief Jim Montgomery speaks at an event.
Interim Police Chief Jim Montgomery speaks at an event.

The city today announced the finalists to be the city's next police chief: Minneapolis Assistant Police Chief Matthew Clark; Bellevue Deputy Police Chief Jim Jolliffe; Simi Valley, Calif. Police Chief Mitch McCann; Seattle Assistant Police Chief Nicholas Metz; and Austin, Texas Assistant Police Chief Raul Munguia. The candidates' bios are available on the police chief recruitment web page.

Meet the finalists at a reception on Thursday, October 23 at City Hall (450 110th Ave. NE). A resource fair will be at City Hall the same evening.  

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014
City manager honored
Brad Miyake

City Manager Brad Miyake was recently honored by two Asian-American organizations in Seattle.

The Northwest Asian Weekly recognized Miyake and eight other leaders at a “Diversity at the Top – Honoring Asian Americans who have broken the glass ceiling” event. The newspaper also published a story about Miyake -- "Diversity at the top — Brad Miyake steers City of Bellevue" -- leading up to a dinner on Saturday.

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Monday, October 20, 2014
Bellevue's first Startup Weekend is Oct. 24-26
Startup Weekend poster

The first Startup Weekend Bellevue, an opportunity for potential entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into action and pitch the concepts to a panel of judges, will take place Oct. 24-26. It starts Friday at City Hall and ends Sunday at Bellevue College.

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Friday, October 17, 2014
Mini City Hall to celebrate 20th anniversary
Maria Sitzmann said Mini City Hall staff gave her hope after she left an abusive relationship.
Maria Sitzmann said Mini City Hall staff gave her hope after she left an abusive relationship.

In 1994, the idea of taking local government to the people -- putting it in a shopping mall -- rather than having people come to the government seemed a bit unusual.

But on Wednesday, October 22, Mini City Hall will mark its 20th anniversary at Crossroads Shopping Center with a celebration beginning at 3 p.m. Now the idea of not having Mini City Hall in Bellevue's most diverse neighborhood seems odd.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Lake to Lake ramps up
A rider makes his turn at the top of the EZ Rocks super ramp.
A rider makes his turn at the top of the EZ Rocks Skate for the Cure super ramp.

David Palazzese, a 16-year-old participant at the recent EZ Rocks Skate for the Cure skateboarding competition in Bellevue, described the first super ramp in the Northwest as "super fun."

Super is also an accurate description for the latest edition of Lake to Lake, a video news show about Bellevue. In addition to the high-flying skateboard video, the October show features segments on the people at Mini City Hall; a progress report on the Tateuchi Center and a "Tech Hive" for entrepreneurs.

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Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Light Rail and Bellevue

Bellevue's government works to ensure Eastside light rail serves the needs of residents and businesses.

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