Mercer Island residents can pick up the city Park and Recreation Department's 2003-2004 biennium report, which features statistical and financial...
Mercer Island residents can pick up the city Park and Recreation Department’s 2003-2004 biennium report, which features statistical and financial information and highlights the department’s activities and accomplishments.
Copies are available at City Hall, 9611 S.E. 36th St., and at the parks and recreation offices in the Luther Burbank Park administration building, 2040 84th Ave. S.E. The document is available online at www.ci.mercer-island.wa.us/files/bireport_aug05.pdf
For more information, contact the department at 206-236-3545 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mayor invites questions at breakfast meeting
Mayor Rosemarie Ives has invited Redmond residents and people who work in the city to join her between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Sept. 30 at the Family Pancake House for an informal, no-host breakfast.
Ives holds regular breakfast meetings to meet residents and business people, hear views on local issues and answer questions.
The restaurant is at 17621 Redmond Way, next to Redmond Motor Inn. Reservations are not required. Contact the mayor’s office for more information: 425-556-2101 or email@example.com
Police department renews accreditation
The Redmond Police Department had its national accreditation renewed this summer.
At a conference in July, the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) reaccredited the department for the fifth time.
CALEA, based in Fairfax, Va., offers the only national police standards in the country. It has accredited about 700 law-enforcement agencies, fewer than 10 percent of all of those in the country.
CALEA first accredited Redmond in 1986.