Pieces of Coval house to be repurposed for new performing arts center.
The Council recommended the name to Sound Transit at its March 2 meeting.
Many residents oppose the city's exemption of the Hines project from the moratorium that went into effect on Feb. 16.
District now shifts attention to student transfer policy.
From 1994 to 2015, Town Center turmoil is a familiar story.
Six years ago, Janna Hoehn and her husband made their first trip to Washington, D.C. When they set out to see memorials, the Vietnam Veterans Wall was first on her list.
Mercer Island wants mitigation for 'loss of mobility' in the form of dedicated commuter parking, without the condition of supporting the bus intercept project.
City approves $30,000 for ARCH; Next Paws on Patrol training is Saturday.
Islanders also report car prowls, found bicycles and more residential burglaries.
Work not related to E. coli contamination; will replace asbestos cement pipe and not cast iron pipe.
WSDOT and Sound Transit will be working to complete the final phase of adding carpool lanes to the outer roadways to make room for light rail construction.
The suspects have been tied to five burglaries on the Island and one in Seattle.
City Hall solar installation set for June; Free tax return help from AARP; Master Gardener clinics to begin early; Island blood drives coming up in March.
Islanders also report car prowls, tax fraud and residential burglaries that resulted in two arrests.
Mercer Island 11th stop on Constantine's tour of every school district in King County.
Construction is anticipated to start in mid or late March to replace and install 5,480 feet of water mains, 107 water services and 17 fire hydrants.
Residents and city leaders can speak with Hines representatives at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 26 at the MICEC.
Islanders support Youth and Family Services at annual breakfast.
The 13th Annual Giving from the Heart Breakfast was held Wednesday morning.
Islanders also report Social Security fraud, car prowls and lost and found property.