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Locals can visit numerous new developments this summer, all within Eastside communities.
The project was created through a partnership between Imagine Housing and St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.
Verizon will take its turn in filling in the communication gaps on Mercer Island with small cells.
The new signs will supplement and replace the previous signs that were inadequate or missing.
The company will soon accept applications for projects related to affordable housing on the Eastside.
Chase bank opened its first Digital First branches on the Eastside in Bellevue and Mercer Island.
The shop opened on May 6 after years of planning.
Locals will vote on a variety of local and county positions.
The approval came after two new adjustments were presented at the May 7 council meeting.
Eastside rent medians increased by 2.8 in the past year, a decrease in growth from previous years.
Mercer Island will see about $715,000 of state funds allocated within the city, mainly for parks.
Mercer Island City Council directed staff to use $170,000 in 2018 savings to restore two positions.
The council declined a MIYFS funding offer in favor of using savings to restore the positions.
MIYFS Foundation and the Mercer Island Schools Foundation will fund a counselor until 2020.
The city directed staff to seek mutual termination of a 2016 MOU to develop within Mercerdale Park.
Currently, city staff are examining the options to determine what is feasible for the city.
The company’s worldwide operations team will make the move by 2023.
The shelter will serve single women and families with children who are experiencing homelessness.
Sound Transit crews celebrated the 50 percent completion of East Link this month.
The commitment comes early as its parent company, Kroger, pledged to end plastic bag use by 2025.