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The City Council proclaims this Affordable Housing Week.
Council Roundup: City approves Highland Village preservation funds
Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Plus, Transportation technology update

On Monday night, the City Council authorized a $2 million contribution for King County Housing Authority's acquisition of the Bellevue Highland Village Apartments. The vote marks the culmination of a joint effort by the city, state, King County and KCHA to preserve 76 apartments as affordable housing.


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Council Roundup: City approves Highland Village preservation funds
The City Council proclaims this Affordable Housing Week.

Plus, Transportation technology update

On Monday night, the City Council authorized a $2 million contribution for King County Housing Authority's acquisition of the Bellevue Highland Village Apartments. The vote marks the culmination of a joint effort by the city, state, King County and KCHA to preserve 76 apartments as affordable housing.

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017
BTV highlights State of the City address
Mayor Stokes delivers the State of the City for the Bellevue Downtown Association.
Mayor Stokes delivers the State of the City for the Bellevue Downtown Association.

On this month's Lake to Lake television show, Mayor John Stokes and Deputy Mayor John Chelminiak share how Bellevue is "Living for Today, Ready for Tomorrow." You can also learn how to turn your trash into treasure and discover a fun family biking event.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1xaw4iwQfM&feature=youtu.be
Monday, May 15, 2017
Gear up for Lake to Lake Bike Ride

The Lake to Lake Bike ride on Saturday, June 3, will provide riders of all levels and abilities with an opportunity to experience Bellevue by bicycle. Riders can choose between two different routes -- a mostly flat, approximately eight-mile Greenbelt Loop perfect for families or less experienced cyclists, and a more challenging 22-mile Lake to Lake loop with some climbs.

To register, visit www.myParksandRecreation.com and enter activity code #117822 or call 425-452-6885.

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Friday, May 12, 2017
City kicks off Meydenbauer Bay Park construction
From left, Mayor John Stokes, Councilmember Lynne Robinson, Deputy Mayor John Chelminiak and Councilmember Conrad Lee stand at Meydenbauer Bay, where construction of the park has begun.
From left, Mayor John Stokes, Councilmember Lynne Robinson, Deputy Mayor John Chelminiak and Councilmember Conrad Lee stand at Meydenbauer Bay, where construction of the park has begun.

The City of Bellevue broke ground last week on the long-awaited Meydenbauer Bay Park, which will improve the connection between Bellevue's bustling downtown and its scenic Lake Washington waterfront.

With a quarter mile of waterfront, the 10-acre park considerably expands the current Meydenbauer Bay Beach Park. A large public swimming beach, pedestrian pier, historic whaling building and new beach house will make the park a destination for residents and visitors.

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Friday, May 12, 2017
Permanent Men's Shelter

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

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