Share With Everett Mayor Postponed

Just received word from the Everett Public Library that this has been postponed to September 26th…

The “share with your mayor” event returns again this month to the south Everett branch of the Library.

It’s part of an ongoing series presented by Friends of the Everett Public Library that began last year.

Community members are invited to join Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson for an informal lunchtime discussion September 26th, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at the Evergreen Branch, 9512 Evergreen Way. This ongoing conversation series occurs every other month, alternating between the two branches of the Everett Public Library.

The City of Everett promotes the series as a chance for residents and business owners to have an additional opportunity to get updates directly from Mayor Stephanson about happenings in Everett. That includes City projects, community developments and other items of interest. Attendees will also have the chance to ask questions and share feedback.

It’s an informal, bring your own coffee event (as long as it’s in a cup with a lid).

If you can’t make this one, the next is set for November 2nd at the downtown Everett main library.


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8 Responses to “Share With Everett Mayor Postponed”

  1. Mike N Says:

    I’ll bet you got bullied a lot in school, right?

    To answer your spelling and grammatically challenged prose, it does not have to happen in a residential neighborhood. There are plenty of places it could go where the residents would not pose an immediate danger to others.

  2. Wa-fix Says:

    Mike N is right. This low-barrier housing dilemma is a total fiasco; it is also completely insane, terribly thought, and damaging to Everett. Maybe I’ll go and rip the mayor, protest him like he protested Trump?

  3. Tax Dollar Charlie Says:

    Tax Dollar Charlie here to tell you that events like this cost the city tens of thousands of pennies!

  4. Sharon Says:

    Agreed Mike.

    Who has time to zip on over to the library for lunch during the work week?! That’s cute.

  5. Mike N Says:

    People need to attend and rip the mayor a new one over his low-barrier housing fiasco. He won’t be able to hide behind his designated blocker, Hil Kaman.

    • vegan snowflake Says:

      who has time to get there during lunch? oh yeah people who do not work…imagine that. I have 5 US $ that says they will run all the junkies and sex offenders out of the library …excuse me…I meant the vulnerable and marginalized. I wonder if that over priced coffee shop with the snotty bellevue type owner will raise their prices just for the occasion