Archive | July, 2016

Forget Toasters, Everett Bank Opens With Free Ice Cream

July 27, 2016

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In the old days banks used to give away free toasters when you opened an account at a new branch. Well those days are long gone but tomorrow Peoples Bank is giving way free ice cream sundaes as a way to get you into their new branch in downtown Everett. It’s at the corner of […]

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Everett To Update Noise Control Ordinance

July 26, 2016

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It was back in 1978 when the City of Everett created a noise control ordinance. 38 years later the city council will get a look at updated rules, regulations and definitions. Updates include the process to get a variance, clarify the role of the noise control administrator, code enforcement and the authority of police officers […]

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Enforcement AND Outreach – How Everett Deals With Homelessness

July 25, 2016

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Over the last couple of years, MyEverettNews.com has done a number of stories on how Everett deals with homelessness. From trying to pass anti-panhandling laws to setting up low barrier housing, defining the costliest offenders to setting up a community fund to provide needed items, embedding social workers within the police department to contracting with […]

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Everett, Prepare To Meet Your Neighbors At National Night Out

July 24, 2016

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Just one week left to prepare for National Night Out. Some Everett neighborhoods are having ice cream socials, others BBQs and a couple are giving away free backpacks. Here’s the information from Everett Police… The City of Everett’s Office of Neighborhoods and theEverett Police Department invite the public to do their part to build stronger, […]

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Everett To Switch To Electric Buses

July 23, 2016

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Electric buses will be coming to Everett soon. Earlier this week, Congressman Rick Larsen, announced that the City of Everett has been awarded a $3,358,459 competitive grant to help reduce carbon emissions in city buses. The grant was made possible by the Low or No Emissions Bus Program which was authorized by the five-year transportation […]

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Man Robs Own Eye Clinic At Gunpoint

July 22, 2016

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Not sure what to file this under but yesterday a man robbed an Everett Eye Clinic at gunpoint. It’s an eye clinic he’d been to before and they had his patient records. According to probable cause paperwork written by an arresting officer, the 34-year-old Arlington man was inside the Silver Lake Eye Clinic around 9:35 […]

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