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The buzz in Bellevue is palpable, with tower cranes dotting the sky and a new light rail line snaking its way through the city. More high-rises begets more jobs, which brings more foot traffic, Nickerson said.
“We’re trying to kind of break down some of the big blocks in Bellevue and allow for a really good pedestrian experience coming off of the transit center and then also connecting into the Grand Connection,” Patrick Miller, director of global real estate and facilities at Amazon, said during a panel discussion on construction and growth on the second and last day of the virtual Eastside Leadership Conference produced by the Bellevue Chamber.
Amazon’s vice president of public policy, Brian Huseman, and Microsoft’s president, Brad Smith, will keynote the two-day Eastside Leadership Conference next week.
The conference, which is Bellevue Chamber’s most popular event, will happen virtually from 8-10 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 6, and from 8-9:15 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 7.
This afternoon, King County Executive Dow Constantine and the King County Department of Health announced a new Local Health Officer Order requiring vaccine verification in the county.
The Bellevue Chamber Board of Directors has voted Mutual Materials Co. President and CEO, Kendall Anderegg, as the organization’s Chair for the 2021-2022 Chamber year. Serving with Anderegg are nine new members of the Board.