1. Upcoming Webcasts

Dollars and Sense: Washington State's Budget
Presented by East King Chambers Coalition
May 12 | 9:30 - 10:30 am

On the last day of Session, legislators approved $200 million to fight the effects of Covid-19 in Washington. Will that be enough to fight the virus in all 39 counties, pay unemployment insurance benefits to all who need them and help businesses keep their doors open?

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Back to Work: PPE, Social Distancing, and the "New" Office
Presented by Puget Sound Energy
May 14 | 2:00 - 3:00 pm

People, policies and protocols should be top of mind when reopening your office space to employees, guests and clients. Be prepared to walk through the key components of the best practices to consider when reopening an office.

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Mary Kipp

2. Join Us at "Lunch"

The Future of Energy
May 21 | 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Puget Sound Energy CEO, Mary Kipp takes us inside the modern energy economy. What does climate change, population growth, and a transforming technology economy mean for energy prices and dependability? How has PSE kept the lights on with the sudden shift to remote work? Grab a sandwich and find out by joining the next virtual Bellevue Chamber Lunch.

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Grocery Shopping

3. Mask On, Mask Off

King County health officials and County Executive Dow Constantine have issued a health directive urging people to use face coverings in indoor public spaces and in areas where social distancing is difficult. 
Although it has not yet been mandated, health officials strongly urge people to wear a face-covering in places like grocery stores, pharmacies and other places to slow the spread of coronavirus. As state restrictions begin to soften, central Puget Sound businesses and residents may see county health officials take a central role in local regulations.

4. Restaurants Planning for Phase Two Openings

While more populous counties remain in Phase One of Governor Inslee's 4 Phase "Back to Work" plan, the Governor recently released guidelines for Phase 2 dine-in restaurant operations.

Three more counties are entering Phase 2 of Gov. Jay Inslee's Safe Start plan to reopen the state as the coronavirus pandemic wanes.

Wahkiakum, Skamania and Stevens counties were approved to enter Phase 2 Monday, which will loosen several key restrictions to local businesses. Now that they've been approved the state says the counties will be given individual advice on how to best transition into Phase 2. Once they've proven they're following that guidance, Phase 2 can officially begin.

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5. Wednesday Wake Up

Join the Virtual Morning Business Builders every Wednesday at 8am for a time to connect with and support members of the local business community.

Interested in being featured in a Member Spotlight? Email Nancy to learn more.

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