LocalWastewater system repair to close parkway lane Sept. 2
NEW — 2:30 p.m. Aug. 29, 2014
Bellevue utilities crews will close the outside, northbound lane on Coal Creek Parkway at Forest Drive, Tuesday, Sept. 2, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The closure is necessary to make repairs to the sidewalk, manhole and wastewater system. If crews find repairs are going to take longer than one day, the lane closure may last multiple days.
For questions on the road closure, call Bellevue Utilities Operations and Maintenance at 452-7840.
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SchoolsSchools welcome new principals in changing of the guard
Students and staff members will notice some new faces roaming the halls when the 2014-2015 school year kicks off in September.
Both Newcastle and Hazelwood elementary schools will welcome new principals, while Hazen High School welcomes back a familiar face to lead its students.
Newcastle Elementary School Principal Rich Mellish will take over for outgoing Principal Marla Newton, who secured a position in the Federal Way School District.
Judy Busch will come out of retirement to temporarily assume the Hazelwood principal spot left open by Principal Cindy Farnsworth, who is now at the Meadow Crest Early Learning Center. Read more »
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