COUNCILMEMBER CONRAD LEE ANNOUNCES FOR RE-ELECTION

COUNCILMEMBER CONRAD LEE ANNOUNCES FOR RE-ELECTION

Bellevue, Washington – Incumbent long-time Councilmember Conrad Lee announced his re-election campaign for Bellevue City Council.   

Former Attorney General Rob McKenna said, “Conrad has the outpouring support of the community. Conrad is Bellevue tax-payers’ best friend. He has been by far the most consistent vote on the City Council against higher taxes. He is the ‘Fiscal Hawk’ on the City Council. His pro-business common-sensical approach has helped Bellevue grow and prosper.” 

Campaign Co-Chair Joan Wallace added, “Conrad has a big heart and is champion of our …

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I Denounce Hate Crime

I have been on the Bellevue City Council for almost 28 years, often the lone voice of the unheard and the lone face of the unseen. I was the first and only ethnic minority elected Councilmember and Mayor for a long time. Bellevue had less than 10% minority population then. It is now over 50%. More than 30% are Asian and growing. There are now three ethnic minority Councilmember.

We denounce crime and hate crime because hate is especially toxic and harmful. Hate has no place …

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Vaccine supply expected to surge soon

Vaccine supply expected to surge soon

Source: https://www.axios.com

The U.S. supply of coronavirus vaccines is expected to significantly expand over the next few months, with more than enough doses available to vaccinate all U.S. adults before the end of July, Bloomberg reports.

Why it matters: If manufacturing goes according to plan, the intense competition for shots will end relatively soon, and attention will turn instead to increasing vaccine uptake.

By the numbers: The U.S. is currently administering 1.6 million doses a day, and has a supply of 10 to 15 million doses a week.

But the number of …

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When and Where Can I Get Vaccinated

When and Where Can I Get Vaccinated

As news of the COVID-19 vaccine starts to surface, it’s critical to be knowledgeable of the steps you can take to get vaccinated. Below are links to various websites containing information regarding vaccination information, eligibility, and locations:

General information regarding vaccination: Eligibility (phases): FILL OUT THE SURVEY, AND YOU CAN SIGN UP FOR PHONE NUMBER/EMAIL PUSH NOTIFICATIONS.

Bellevue residents can get vaccinated at following locations:

Overlake Hospital Medical Center

1035 116th Ave NE Bellevue, WA 98004

Make sure to read through these links before registering and booking your COVID-19 vaccine …

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Seattle Chinese Immigrants Center Celebrates Grand Opening of Bellevue Office

Seattle Chinese Immigrants Center Celebrates Grand Opening of Bellevue Office

Conrad Lee spoke at the Grand Opening celebration of the Bellevue Office of the Seattle Chinese New Immigrants Center, an organization dedicated to providing help for new immigrants in the Greater Seattle area.

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Bellevue’s Neighborhood Match Program!

Bellevue’s Newest Neighborhood Match Program has come out, which means that every citizen in Bellevue has an opportunity to:

Enhance and beautify Bellevue’s neighborhoods
Encourage participation
Foster a sense of community and neighborhood pride

This program provides funding for small scale neighborhood improvement projects, and the City is willing to provide up to $10,000 for each project. The community must also match every donation made by the city. This is an amazing gateway to connect our community and work together to build a beautiful Bellevue at every chance we’re given!

To …

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Mayor Lee Invites Community to Fu Dog Dedication Ceremony

The people of Bellevue come from all different countries and backgrounds, and that is part of what makes Bellevue a great place to live. Mayor Conrad Lee continues to support this melting pot of cultures through his support of the Bellevue Sister Cities Association.

Bellevue currently has four sister cities: Kladno, Czech Republic; Liepaja, Latvia; Yao, Japan; and Hualien, Taiwan. Recently, in commemoration of a 30-year relationship, Hualien has given two 3,600 pound marble Fu Dogs installed outside Bellevue City Hall.

There will be a dedication ceremony on …

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Spectacular Fourth of July Event!

Happy Independence Day, neighbors! This was a great day to remind us of our nation’s values of liberty, freedom, and justice for all. I’m proud to be an American by choice.

I hope you had a great time enjoying festivities with friends and family. I had a great time in our beautiful Downtown Park Fourth of July Celebration.

I would like to especially thank Symetra, the Downtown Bellevue Association, and other sponsors for generously hosting a hugely successful Bellevue Family 4th. It was great to see so many young, talented musicians …

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Mayor Speaks at Community Leadership Awards

Last Wednesday, Mayor Lee gave an inspirational speech to local youth at the Community Leadership Awards ceremony. This annual event, hosted by Bellevue’s Youth Link, celebrates students who are making a difference in the community. Winners for awards such as “Most Inspirational” and “Diversity Champion” were selected from over 200 nominations by teachers, mentors, and peers.

Mayor Lee recognized the youth as he spoke to families, friends, and other community members present at the ceremony. Not only did he congratulate the award-winners for the work that …

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Memorial Day: Remembering Sacrifice

We often take for granted the security, freedom, and peace that make this country great. But we must always remember the sacrifices of the brave men and women who gave their lives in the line of duty. They answered their nation’s call to service and fought to protect us against those who wish us harm. The members of our armed services made the tough decision to leave their families to guard our liberty in the face of terror and tyranny.

This Memorial Day, I hope you …

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