The city of Bellevue will discuss annexation of neighborhoods of South Bellevue, including Hilltop, Tamara Hills, Horizon View and Eastgate, at Monday's study session.
At the study session, which starts at 6 p.m., city officials will discuss the drafting of an agreement with King County that will oversee the transfer of the South Bellevue neighborhoods to the city. They also will discuss issues stemming from Hilltop neighborhood residents' concerns regarding the maintenance of habitats that are important to local species.
The discussions are slated to start after a 30 minute executive session.
At the regular meeting, which starts at 8 p.m., the city is scheduled to honor Community Volunteer of the Year, Tracy Maury Meloy, one of the founding members of Eastside Pathways, and proclamations honoring Bellevue Public Gardens Day, National Older Americans Month and May as .
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The is scheduled from 6-10 p.m. at The city council will start the meeting with a 30 minute executive session that is closed to the public. The regular meeting starts at 8 p.m. The council meetings are broadcast live on Bellevue Television (cable channel 21). Video of the meetings can be viewed any time online from Bellevue TV.