2019 Primary Council Candidates' Priorities Stack Ranked

¬Position 7      Definitions®        Position 1 Statement®

One Bellevue asked the Bellevue City Council Candidates to stack rank (1-25) a list of priorities. Twenty-two were provided. Three others were open-ended.

Definitions

How the terms in the list are defined gives a deeper understanding. You will find the definitions given to the candidates here. In addition, the candidates gave a 150-word vision statement for their first three priorities. Click the links in the table below, 

One Bellevue's roles

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Connects Neighborhoods

Finds common ground between neighborhoods across the city.

Works collaboratively to research the leading issues impacting the quality of life in Bellevue Neighborhoods

Networking with Neighborhood leaders

 

Advances Neighborhoods

Thursday March 14 at 7:00 PM One Bellevue: Beyond hyperbole - Ready, Set, Election 2019: One Bellevue All Hands Meeting

Hate Traffic? Feel the Housing squeeze? Concerned about Safety and the Environment? Then, you are one of us!

WE ARE TAKING A CREATIVE, COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO BRING INSIGHT TO COMPLEX ISSUES FACING OUR CITY. One Bellevue is reimagining City Council elections beyond hyperbole and sound bites: empowering every voter to feel good about their choice by understanding their choices. You have the talent. Together we can learn, share, and have fun! One Bellevue is a community-powered, non-partisan non-profit. One Bellevue does not endorse any candidate. Join us in the discovery. Thursday, March 14. 7 – 8:30 pm City Hall, Room 1E-108.

RSVP appreciated Here  by March 10 (please use the updated questionnaire)

See 2017 http://onebellevue.us/scorecard 

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Wed February 27th 11:30a-1p Proposal to abate ten (10) hazardous western hemlock:

Meeting for a current Tree Land use permit application

Review of the tree code and process and how it is being used in this case, and time for questions. Some questions to start are review replacement size and species planned vs required. Get a better understanding why these are trees dying. 

David Wong, ISA Certified Arborist Environmental Land Use Planner, Development Services Department

RSVP appreciated to dwong@bellevuewa.gov