East King Chambers Coalition Legislative Wrap-Up; More on Bellevue Way SE
East King Chambers Coalition Legislative Wrap-Up
The 2018 Legislative Session came and went – here’s your chance to find out what happened during a fast and furious spring to the finish line. Join with delegates to the East King Chambers Coalition, fellow business leaders and our Eastside legislators, for a full report on legislation of importance to business.
Here are the event details:
- Thursday, April 26th, 4 – 7 PM;
- UW Bothell North Creek Events Center, 18225 NE Campus Way, Bothell, WA 98011
Once again, Randy Bannecker of the Seattle King County Realtors will serve as our emcee, challenging elected officials of both parties to develop a bipartisan agenda for our suburban crescent.
Don’t miss this one: register today!
More on Bellevue Way SE
Last Spring, the Bellevue Council approved up to thirty percent design work on the Bellevue Way SE project, including a possible extension of the project north to Bellevue Way SE and SE 16th. In addition to stretching out the merge approaching the S. Bellevue Park and Ride lot, this option could also improve turn pockets in and out of neighborhoods such as Enatai and Bellecrest.
To learn more about issues explored at last week’s project open house at Enatai School, read the following coverage from the Bellevue Reporter.
For a deeper dive in advance of our Public Affairs meeting this week and to take an online project survey through April 19th, visit the project webpage.
Sound Transit Construction Alert
Weekend closures of 112th SE between Bellevue Way SE and SE 8th, will continue during the weekend of Saturday, April 21st from 7 AM until 7 PM on Sunday, April 22nd.
This closure will accommodate utilities work, as Sound Transit contractors prepare to construct an aerial crossing over 112th SE near SE 6th, as part of the East Link Light Rail extension. Sign up for additional updates here.
Also, this just in: Be prepared for another round of nighttime closures on I-405, midnight through 4 AM, April 16th – 19th. Work crews will install horizontal supports for a future light rail crossing above the freeway. To read the full Sound Transit bulletin click here.