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Firefighters with presents from a toy drive.
Firefighters with presents from a toy drive.
Bellevue Fire Foundation collecting toys and food
Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The Bellevue Firefighters Community Support Foundation is hosting a food and toy drive Nov. 1 through December.  Donations will be accepted at all Bellevue fire station locations and City Hall.

New, unwrapped toys collected for infants, youth and teens received by December 8 will be distributed at the Youth Holiday Party on Dec. 16 at Crossroads Community Center. Non-perishable food collected will provide support during the holidays to our local food banks.


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Bellevue Fire Foundation collecting toys and food
Firefighters with presents from a toy drive.
Firefighters with presents from a toy drive.

The Bellevue Firefighters Community Support Foundation is hosting a food and toy drive Nov. 1 through December.  Donations will be accepted at all Bellevue fire station locations and City Hall.

New, unwrapped toys collected for infants, youth and teens received by December 8 will be distributed at the Youth Holiday Party on Dec. 16 at Crossroads Community Center. Non-perishable food collected will provide support during the holidays to our local food banks.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014
City's preliminary two-year budget introduced
City Hall

After several months of collecting input and providing feedback to staff, the City Council on Monday began its formal deliberation of the draft 2015-2016 Operating Budget and 2015-2021 Capital Investment Program Budget. The budget continues current service levels, but also tackles many of the council's two-year priorities, adopted in May.

The public will have opportunities to weigh in on the preliminary budget in the coming weeks. Adoption by the council is slated for December 1.

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Mini City Hall, Tateuchi Center in It's Your City
Yingying Yu says a call from Mini City Hall opened a door for just as another door was closing.
Yingying Yu says a call from Mini City Hall opened a door for just as another door was closing.

In 1994, opening a "mini" city hall in the Crossroads area may have seemed odd. Sure, a citizen survey found that residents wanted services in their neighborhood as an alternative to "maxi" City Hall, located a few miles away. But the idea of taking government to the people -- putting it in a mall -- rather than having people come to it, was, well, unusual.

Mini City Hall's 20th anniversary is on the front page of the October It's Your City, along with an article about the Tateuchi Performing Arts Center project. The issue also covers an historic Bellevue fire truck recently discovered in a Bellingham-area backyard and the city's efforts to nurture startups. It's Your City, the resident newsletter, comes out three times a year.

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Monday, October 27, 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
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
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Bellevue's government works to ensure Eastside light rail serves the needs of residents and businesses.

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