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On Dec. 2, the Redmond City Council approved a budget for the coming 2015-16 biennium. After a thorough review, council members took action to ratify a budget that maps out the city’s efforts to advance citizen priorities for the next two years.
Community Events, December 2014
Black Friday Sale! And we give thanks for being first in line.
With more than 26,000 students and numerous honors and awards, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) is one of the largest and most successful school districts in Washington. Part of this success is due to financial support from the community through Lake Washington Schools Foundation. Since 2005, the foundation has awarded the district nearly $2 million to support district-wide initiatives and provide classroom tools to help all students succeed. Foundation Board President Minerva Butler, along with the foundation’s board of trustees thanks the community for their donations and involvement in their schools.
City budget: Working to build, maintain a quality community in the most cost-effective way | Mayor's Column
Every other fall, I submit a two-year budget and six-year financial plan to the Redmond City Council. Together we review the cost of city services through performance measures, agree to achieve certain outcomes and evaluate our revenue levels as a percentage of community income (price of government).
As a high school journalism student, one of the things I looked forward to every school year was attending national conventions.