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If you are willing to do a 2 day detail, both exterior and interior, we can poly-coat your car and give you six months protection
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About Bellevue, WA
King County is the home of Bellevue, Washington. The census that was taken in the year 2001 reported that Bellevue had a population of 122,737 people. Since the year 2000, this population represented a 12.00% increase in the population of Bellevue at that time.
White settlers started arriving when significant mining started at the coal mine in Newcastle after the discovery of coal was made in the region around Coal Creek in 1867. In 1869, two wealthy adventurers from Seattle named Aaron Mercer and William Meydenbauer staked claims in the area. Some other white settlers, such as veterans of the Civil War who were awarded land in return for their service started arriving in the region during the next four decades.
Because the settlers had to clear their land for farms, logging became an early occupation much the same as mining. The small community had a school and a post office by that time. There are differing accounts of hoe the small community received its name during the 1880's. Some say the name came from a community in Indiana of the same name, while others say it came from a French settler who saw a beautiful view from the window of the post office and called the community Bellevue, which in French translates into beautiful view.
Bellevue was a prosperous farming community by the early 1900's. The fertile farmland provided for bountiful harvests. The farmers then transported their vegetables to Seattle by ferrying them across Lake Washington to offer them for sale. In 1904, when the Northern Pacific Railroad arrived, some farmers carried them even further.
In order to improve and clear claims on land, immigrants from Japan were brought to Washington. These immigrants did some amazing things with the most of small plots that they leased. After establishing a collective warehouse, they were soon producing most of the vegetables and strawberries that were being harvested in Bellevue. In 1925, the first strawberry festival celebrated the agrarian success in the community.
In 1940, a large number of new residents arrived in Bellevue when the first bridge across Lake Washington was completed. However, the immigrants from Japan who had made Bellevue an agricultural success were sent to internment camps once the US entered WW II.
This was considered a great loss to the Bellevue. However, more new people were arriving in the community. One of the first shopping malls in the nation, known as Bellevue Square, opened. In 1946, a radio broadcast and an orchestra celebrated the opening of a Frederick and Nelson store at the Bellevue Square. .
The year 1953 brought the incorporation of Bellevue as a city. Up until 1960, city hall was a onetime school that was provided by the VFW free from rent. The young community started annexing neighboring regions and grew to an area of over 31 square miles areas from an area of 4.7 square miles.
During the past 20 years, the community of Bellevue has been relieved of its status of a suburban community and has expanded skyscraper heights. It is now a high tech center and a thriving metropolis. The sparkling downtown area of Bellevue, which is currently growing significantly, provides apartments and condominiums for those people who want to live in an urban setting, as well as office space for numerous professionals.
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