Archive | December, 2014

UPDATE: Sounder Train WILL NOT Run From Everett For Seahawks Game Sunday

December 26, 2014

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10:55pm Update: Earlier this evening Sound Transit issued the following update explaining their decision to not run trains from Everett to Sunday’s Seahawks game… After carefully monitoring the weather forecasts and soil conditions, Sound Transit has made the decision to cancel Sounder Northline (Everett – Seattle) service for Sunday, December 28th to the Seattle Seahawks […]

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Port of Everett Moving Forward on $67,000,000.00 Waterfront Place Project

December 26, 2014

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The Port of Everett recently named Brandon Whitaker to serve as the project manager as work continues on the $67 million dollar Waterfront Place development. Here’s the latest from Lisa Lefeber at the Port of Everett… The Port of Everett has selected Brandon Whitaker to be the Project Manager for the new Waterfront Place Central […]

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Merry Christmas – Thank You For Reading My Everett News

December 25, 2014

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Here’s a picture of an Everett sunset from earlier this year and a wish for Happy Holidays for you and your family…

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Everett City Council Christmas Eve Update

December 24, 2014

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It was an interesting Christmas Eve meeting for the Everett City Council today. It started off during the public comment portion with the owner of two rental houses just south of Purple Haze in the 4200 block of Rucker yelling at the council and telling them that they have been ruined by the council not […]

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Everett To Require Off-Street Parking For New County Courthouse Downtown

December 23, 2014

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The City of Everett wants to make sure the new Snohomish County courthouse building in downtown Everett comes with adequate parking. At tomorrow’s city council meeting there will be a public hearing on an interim regulation that any government building within the city’s B-3 zone larger than 25,000 square feet be required to provide a […]

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Puyallup Attorney Coming to Port of Everett

December 22, 2014

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The Port of Everett has announced it will not be filling the position of Deputy Executive Director following the appointment of Les Reardanz to replace John Mohr as Executive Director/CEO. Instead the Port has hired Steve Kirkelie away from the City of Puyallup. Here are the details… The Port of Everett has hired Steve Kirkelie […]

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