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The city council approved its 2018-2019 priorities on April 3.
Downtown galleries are presenting whimsical art on April 6, from gnomes to floral arrangements.
The city will spend almost $1 million on improvements if a project bid is approved.
The goal is to improve access to transit for Island commuters.
Zara, who arrived mid-March, is the first foal to be born on the Mercer Island equestrian property.
The band will host a kick-off celebration on March 29.
The MIHS team can finally play on its home field after the re-opening of Island Crest Park.
Clibborn will not run for re-election to her seat in the 41st district in 2018.
The proclamation also recognizes International Women’s Day on March 8.
The draft priorities include mobility, the budget, sustainability and the arts.
MICA drew a large crowd to a Mercer Island City Council meeting when it presented its next steps.
National Eating Disorder Week is Feb. 26 to March 4.
Replacement educational maintenance and operations measure passed with 71.7 percent of the vote.
Songs from “Small World” to “Star Wars” were featured at the Disney and Dessert fundraising concert.
Suzanne Skone recently sold the business to Brandon Santos, who has managed it since 2006.
The average property tax increase will be 18.18 percent on Mercer Island.
The city proclamation encourages dialogue and a shared commitment to action.
The fundraising event brought in $215,000 on Feb. 7 for Mercer Island Youth and Family Services.
The group plans to digitize past issues of the Reporter and more.
Former Mercer Island mayor’s children honor his commitment to “knowledge, excellence and altruism.”