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Money's the ticket to Bellevue arts center

John Haynes, executive director of the unbuilt Tateuchi Center, sits in front of an illustration of the 2,000-seat theater proposed for downtown Bellevue. The former TV executive was brought to Bellevue in 2007 to lead the effort to build the center. A recently created partnership between the city of Bellevue and the center-to-be's board may soon bolster its fundraising campaign.

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John Haynes, executive director of the unbuilt Tateuchi Center, sits in front of an illustration of the 2,000-seat theater proposed for downtown Bellevue. The former TV executive was brought to Bellevue in 2007 to lead the effort to build the center. A recently created partnership between the city of Bellevue and the center-to-be's board may soon bolster its fundraising campaign.

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