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City of Everett To Sue Over Price Fixing

February 4, 2016

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Last night the Everett City Council voted to join Tacoma and Spokane in a class action lawsuit against General Chemical Corporation and several other firms and individuals for fixing the price of “Alum” or liquid aluminum sulfate. The city will retain the law firm of Keller Rohrback, L.L.P. to represent its interests in the lawsuit. […]

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Last Chance To Register For Everett Daddy-Daughter Dance

February 4, 2016

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It’s become quite a hit over the past few years. A quick reminder that time is running out to register for the annual Daddy-Daughter Dance at Everett’s Floral Hall. Here’s what you need to know… Friday, Feb. 5 or Saturday, Feb. 6 6 – 8:30pm Floral Hall at Forest Park 802 E. Mukilteo Blvd. Take to […]

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Everett Pot Store Ban Fails

February 3, 2016

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Tonight the Everett City Council didn’t get a super-majority so a proposed moratorium on new recreational pot stores has failed. After hearing from a 3 in favor, 3 against split during the open public hearing the council itself split on if there was an emergency that required a one year pot store ban within the […]

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Everett Announces Housing For First 5 of 60 Chronically Homeless

February 3, 2016

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Just got word in that Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson got his birthday wish today with housing arrangements for the first 5 of 60 chronically homeless in Everett. Here’s more from Meghan Pembroke at the City of Everett… Mayor Ray Stephanson announced this week that the City of Everett is ready to house its first five […]

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Everett Calls Emergency Marijuana Time Out

February 2, 2016

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At its Wednesday City Council meeting the City of Everett will hold a public hearing on prohibiting any more retail marijuana stores for up to a year. Everett, WA is treating this as an emergency and will hold the public hearing and all three readings of the ordinance together. Currently there are five recreational retail […]

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Governor Visits Everett For Housing Roundtable

February 1, 2016

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“People need a house, a job and a friend,” said Governor Jay Inslee as he spent 45 minutes at a roundtable of elected officials and service providers talking about low barrier housing in Everett this afternoon. Mental Health issues are a major problem contributing to homelessness and Inslee told those gathered that the State of […]

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