As a state, we must be prepared for anticipated growth by ensuring that there is an adequate supply of economically feasible buildable land with the infrastructure to support it.
We must reassess our environmental priorities to ensure that we are receiving the most environmental benefit in a way that truly promotes long-term job creation and prosperity. Mandates drive costs up and a blanket approach on environmental policy often creates undue or extreme hardships in local jurisdictions.
For those of you who are Members of the Board or the Executive Staff of the Bellevue Chamber, I just wanted to let you know my satisfaction with your scheduled events especially the current Wednesday Morning Breakfast. I know that you have experimented with different formats in the past for this weekly event, but the... Read More
Bellevue Chamber members got a preview of our new website and online community at the Morning Business Builder: Chamber 101 this week. In the overview you’ll see that there are many new aspects of the site to help members make connections any time of day. Also, new tools make it easy to add photos, logos,... Read More