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Energize Eastside EIS comment period starts
Friday, May 1, 2015

The 45-day scoping comment period for an environmental review of Puget Sound Energy's "Energize Eastside" project began Thursday. Residents can also comment and learn more about the project at a series of meetings in Eastside cities in May.

PSE is proposing to build a new electric substation and approximately 18 miles of high-capacity, (230-kilovolt) electric transmission lines through Bellevue, from Renton to Redmond. The project is intended to address an electrical transmission capacity deficiency and improve electrical grid reliability for Eastside communities.


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Energize Eastside EIS comment period starts

The 45-day scoping comment period for an environmental review of Puget Sound Energy's "Energize Eastside" project began Thursday. Residents can also comment and learn more about the project at a series of meetings in Eastside cities in May.

PSE is proposing to build a new electric substation and approximately 18 miles of high-capacity, (230-kilovolt) electric transmission lines through Bellevue, from Renton to Redmond. The project is intended to address an electrical transmission capacity deficiency and improve electrical grid reliability for Eastside communities.

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Friday, May 1, 2015
Parks recognized for excellence
From left, Joe Moorman, Glenn Kost, Patrick Foran, Colin Walker and Robin Haaseth, show off award plaques.
From left, Joe Moorman, Glenn Kost, Patrick Foran, Colin Walker and Robin Haaseth show off award plaques.

Bellevue Parks & Community Services received several top honors last week at the Washington Recreation & Park Association annual awards ceremony in Tacoma.

The department was recognized for projects including the "EZ Rocks" skateboarding event and a new visitor center at the Bellevue Botantical Garden.

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Monday, May 4, 2015
Help name a park
park renaming picture

On March 9, the City Council directed the Parks & Community Services Board to begin the renaming process for Bovee Park. The Park Board has received more than 50 suggestions for a new name! To help the board members narrow down the choices, the board is hosting an online survey May 1-10.

Please participate in this short survey to share your favorite names:

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Friday, May 1, 2015
Council Roundup: Crossroads Village project advances
Rendering of an entryway to the proposed Crossroads Village development.
Rendering of an entryway to the proposed Crossroads Village development.

Also, shoreline plan update, addressing homelessness

The former TOP Food & Drug store next door to Crossroads Bellevue mall has been vacant since the grocery closed in 2013. On Monday, the City Council indicated its support for a private developer's proposal to replace the empty building and parking lot with a mostly residential project called Crossroads Village.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Bellevue gears up for Bike Month with new events
City employees Hillary Stibbard and Mike McCormick Huentelman participate in Bike Month 2014.
City employees Hillary Stibbard and Mike McCormick Huentelman participate in Bike Month 2014.

More than 800 people who live or work in Bellevue participated in "Bike Month," the regional promotion of bike commuting, last year. This May, "Bike Month in Bellevue" events are sponsored by the City of Bellevue, King County Metro, Sound Transit, the Cascade Bicycle Club and the Bellevue Downtown Association.

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Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Light Rail and Bellevue

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

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