CENSE Asks Bellevue City Council to Oppose “Energize Eastside,” Seek Alternatives

CENSE (Coalition of Eastside Neighborhoods for Sensible Energy) used the Public Comment period of the May 12, 2014 meeting of the Bellevue City Council to express their objections to PSE’s proposed project. Here is Part I of that meeting as televised by the City of Bellevue website:

And here is Part II, where council members engage in a rare discussion following a Public Comment period and share their concerns:

Finally, Part III, where among other insightful council observations, Councilmember Conrad Lee notes, “We need to be proactive…We need to investigate options…We immediately need to request PSE to remove their deadline…We need to start fresh…to do it right…”:

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