The Bellevue Zone Launches in King County

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Hello Bellevue Zone,
I came to Lake Hills in 2016, to an apartment in a lovely wooded setting off of 148th Avenue NE. It was mostly a quiet neighborhood then, and it still is today. 
However, there has been a monster growing right in front of us, we all see it and hear it, but nobody is talking about it. That monster is 148th Avenue NE. 
We who live along 148th Avenue NE need the same kind of buffering given residents of the I-5 corridor. 
There's the whooshing metallic sound of cars speeding through the intersection of 148th & Main. The sirens are everyday now, they are LOUD, and they include fire, paramedics, police, ambulances, and the fire marshall. Sometimes you hear five sirens back to back.
Then there's the voices of pedestrians that sound like they are literally in front of my apartment building. I look out the window, and they are the voices of people walking on 148th, but on the other side of the street, and from one block further in the direction they are walking.
We need relief ASAP. I know I've lost hearing. I have family and friends who are becoming annoyed with me lately, because they think I'm not paying attention to what they're saying, and they don't realize I'm struggling to hear what it is they're saying.

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