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The Mercer Gallery at the Community and Event Center will also feature new exhibits in 2019.
City recommits to non-partisan appointment process.
The plan will help the city address its projected multi-million dollar budget deficits.
But arts, new ideas and community also provided a reason to celebrate.
City selects new trash, recycling and compostables hauler for 2019.
Longtime attorney Lisa Anderl appointed to council vacancy.
Both are in the top 10 largest campaign finance recoveries in Washington state history.
New sidewalks and bicycle lanes were constructed on Southeast 40th, near Northwood Elementary.
Anderl, one of the 12 applicants for the position, will be sworn in by the end of the year.
Mercer Island celebrated the retirement of longtime legislator, transportation leader Judy Clibborn.
The city manager was instructed to look for an additional $1.2 million in cuts.
Islanders can view art at the Community Center, downtown galleries and Barrels Wine Bar.
The meals, assembled by volunteers from a charity league, were given to Youth and Family Services.
The Festival of Lights, begins this year on the evening of Dec. 2 and concludes the evening of Monday, Dec. 10.
Tana Senn (D-Mercer Island) is sponsoring a condo liability reform bill.
The beloved holiday tradition will be in a new location this year.
Cuts are suggested for YFS, fire department, police department and parks department.
The levy lid lift would continue funding police, fire, parks, safety net services at current levels.
Store celebrated on Nov. 3 with cake and community.
The program aims to help under-served youth apply their educational studies to the art of sailing.