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Everett To Acquire Smith Street Property

June 24, 2016

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The City of Everett plans to purchase four+ acres of Smith Street property. The land stretches from Everett Station to an area south and east of the Everett Gospel Mission. According to the briefing papers to the Everett City Council the land will be used as a bus barn. In addition part of the land […]

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Affordable Housing 101 in Everett Tonight

June 21, 2016

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The Everett Planning Commission will hear Affordable Housing 101 from the Alliance for Housing Availability tonight. The presentation will focus not only on low barrier housing but the full range of housing needs in Everett. Currently the vacancy rate in Everett is hovering around 2-3 percent so future housing options will be an important part […]

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Ask Everett Mayor, Police Chief, Face to Face

June 19, 2016

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Face to Face answers to your questions. No spokespeople or staff filters. The Everett Public Library is hosting Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson for another “Share with your Mayor” session. It happens this Tuesday, June 21, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at the Main Library Branch, 2702 Hoyt Avenue. This is part of an ongoing conversation series, occurring […]

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Frustration In Three Views Of New World Dispatch System

June 16, 2016

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Seven and a half months in from go-live for the New World dispatch system and frustration seems to be the only common theme. MyEverettNews.com has been writing about the implementation of New World Systems dispatch software for more than a year. Work on the system to replace aging dispatching equipment and software has been going […]

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Everett Mayor: Dispatch Glitches Unacceptable

June 15, 2016

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Editor’s Update 11:00 AM June 16th: The initial story contains a misquote of Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman. When asked about New World Templeman said, “I have not been made aware of any software related dispatch issues that have jeopardized public safety or caused any life-safety related issues.” I wrote that he said problems dispatching […]

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Everett Approves City-Wide Zoning For Supportive Housing

June 8, 2016

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Supportive housing, low barrier housing, whatever you’d like to call it, the Everett City Council Wednesday night unanimously approved changes to allow it under Everett’s zoning code. Before they took their vote the council got an earful from citizens urging them not to locate the first project in the area of Pecks Drive and Evergreen […]

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