Thanks to funding from the Bellevue Urban Renewal Agency, which provides financing to redevelopment and public improvement programs, residents have some reprieve from the weather in the form of a new bus shelter on Main Street. Associate Planner for Community Development Ashley Dyer, left, and BURA board member Jami Sluder, right, cut a blue ribbon earlier this month, officially celebrating the new shelter, between Elm and Cedar streets in front of the Jasper Apartments.
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