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Solarize Bellevue program donates to teen center
Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Solarize Bellevue, a community campaign designed to reduce the cost of rooftop solar panels for Bellevue residents and business owners, is donating a free solar installation to the Bellevue Boys & Girls Clubs Teen Center in Lake Hills.

Organizers of the campaign had promised to donate the solar photovoltaic system, valued at more than $16,000, if the campaign exceeded its target of 30 installation contracts. The tally currently stands at 44 and the goal has been raised to 50. Installations are underway and expected to wrap up in March.


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Solarize Bellevue program donates to teen center
solar panel

Solarize Bellevue, a community campaign designed to reduce the cost of rooftop solar panels for Bellevue residents and business owners, is donating a free solar installation to the Bellevue Boys & Girls Clubs Teen Center in Lake Hills.

Organizers of the campaign had promised to donate the solar photovoltaic system, valued at more than $16,000, if the campaign exceeded its target of 30 installation contracts. The tally currently stands at 44 and the goal has been raised to 50. Installations are underway and expected to wrap up in March.

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Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Free concerts introduced on Lake to Lake
The Ladies Musical Club of Seattle performs.
The Ladies Musical Club of Seattle performs.

"We've been searching for a way to reach out to the Bellevue community," said Regina Thomas, with the Ladies Musical Club of Seattle, about her group's free concert series at Crossroads Community Center. "I think we will find it is a match made in heaven, a great community partnership and we’re delighted to be here."

See and hear a sample of the LMC on the latest edition of Lake to Lake, a news show about Bellevue. The show can be seen on the city's YouTube channel, on BTV Channel 21, or streamed via Bellevue TV

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Thursday, December 11, 2014
New name for Bel-Red arterial
Rendering of plans for the Bel-Red area.
Rendering of plans for the Bel-Red area.

The street that will serve as the key corridor through the Bel-Red area after its transformation from warehouse district to transit-oriented development is changing its name, from Northeast 16th Street to Northeast Spring Boulevard.

Starting Thursday, December 11, city crews began replacing the street name signs between 132nd Avenue Northeast and Bel-Red Road. Property owners have been notified.

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Friday, December 12, 2014
Council Roundup: Diversity Initiative adopted
Women talk at a Cultural Conversations event.
Women talk at a Cultural Conversations event.

Also, consultant hired, energy efficiency and marijuana regulations

The City Council on Monday unanimously adopted the Bellevue Diversity Initiative following a multi-year planning and public outreach process. The plan responds to the rapid demographic changes in Bellevue and includes new policies for city government and the community to implement over time.

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Schools compete to cut lunchroom waste
The "Green Team" helped lead Newport Heights Elemetnary to first place.
The "Green Team" helped lead Newport Heights Elemetnary to first place.

Thirteen Bellevue elementary schools competed to see which could cut the most waste in their cafeterias. The winning school, Newport Heights, generated less than a third of a cup of garbage per student at lunch on "measurement day."

All of the schools launched campaigns in early November to educate parents, staff and students on ways to reduce waste in the cafeteria. On November 14, the day before America Recycles Day, the schools together -- representing more than 7,000 students and staff -- generated just 15 garbage cans of trash at lunch hour total.

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Thursday, December 4, 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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