King County Metro, the backbone of our public transit network, is currently working through its Long Range Plan, “Metro Connects.” This document looks 25 years into the future and envisions a day when 75% of King County residents live within walking distance of accessible, reliable, and fast transit service. Continue reading
The Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) Executive Board approved a list for federally funded grants to be allocated towards projects in and around the Eastside. This action provides millions of dollars in funding to projects throughout the district and King County, including projects in Bellevue, Redmond and Kirkland.
Here’s a sampling of District 6 (and just outside D6) projects: Continue reading
If you want to beat Edward Wan, you need to get the correct answer to this question in UNDER SIX SECONDS:
“What is the remainder when 999,999,999 is divided by 32?”
King County Elections opened up two new ballot drop boxes in District 6 for the 2016 Primary Election. Pictured below is the grand opening of the Bellevue Regional Library ballot box, located in Downtown Bellevue (by Ashwood Park).
Pictured from left to right: King County Elections Director, Julie Wise; King County Library Director Gary Wasdin; Mayor John Stokes of Bellevue; King County Councilmember Balducci
Last week, my team and I visited the Bellevue Boys & Girls Club who recently received a retired King County Vanpool Van.
The Bellevue Boys and Girls Club has been a key spot for children in our community since its founding in 1952 and was one of the first clubs in the nation to include girls in their programming.
Last November, the voters of King County approved the Best Starts for Kids (“BSK”) Levy. Over the next few weeks, County Council will be considering and approving the BSK spending and implementation plan for strategies to make sure our kids are getting the best start possible. Continue reading
Last month, LifeWire, a Bellevue based non-profit and leading domestic violence agency in the State of Washington and King County received a “retired” King County van from Councilmember Balducci.
Seattle: HERO House, an Eastside based non-profit dedicated to providing rehabilitation and employment programs to adults living with mental illness recently received a “retired” King County van from King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci.
The Metropolitan King County Council recognized May 15-21 in honor of law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting others in the line of duty.