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Everett Responds as Neighborhoods Question Low Barrier Housing

August 25, 2016

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Attended the View Ridge-Madison neighborhood meeting last night. The speaker was Hil Kaman, Everett’s newly appointed director of Public Health and Safety. Kaman talked about the city’s Safe Streets Plan and addressed questions regarding the first low barrier housing complex currently proposed to be built near Pecks and Evergreen Way in central Everett between the […]

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Changes At Everett Transit

August 21, 2016

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Beginning today Everett Transit has announced changes to several routes around the city. Those changes include… Route 2 – added Saturday trips Route 4 – modified route and added weekend and evening trips Route 5 – has been deleted and service incorporated into routes 4 and 17 Route 7 – modified route downtown and added […]

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Everett To Regulate Ride Sharing Companies

August 19, 2016

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Right now there are no specific regulations in the city of Everett regulating ride sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft. Soon the Everett City Council will get a look at regulations to cover what are known as Transportation Network Companies. The purpose of the regulations is to even the playing field between ride share […]

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Everett PD Anti-Crime Unit Refocused On Gangs

August 18, 2016

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Late last year Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman re-assigned the Everett Police Anti-Crime Team to deal with street issues focusing on homelessness and away from gang activity. Now that the city has started to fill positions in its Community Outreach and Enforcement Team, Templeman is returning the focus of the anti-crime team to gang issues. […]

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Clean and Sober Housing Residents Address Everett City Council

August 17, 2016

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Clean and Sober Housing residents came out in force during the public comment portion of tonight’s Everett City Council meeting to show support for their homes. Drug addicts, alcoholics, sex offenders and felons don’t often stand up in front of a public meeting to talk about their lives but tonight nearly two dozen did just […]

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Low Tide + Hot Weather = Smelly North Everett

August 17, 2016

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The City of Everett says a combination of low tide and hot weather are making for a smelly north Everett this week. Here’s a press release put out yesterday by the city that offers a bit of an explanation… A strong sewage-like odor has been reported in north Everett. City of Everett crews checked sewer […]

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