Archive | May 16th, 2018

Everett, Washington To Leave Number Of Retail Marijuana Pot Stores At Five

May 16, 2018

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After a long public hearing where 26 people testified, (most of whom were not from Everett), the Everett City Council Wednesday night failed to pass an ordinance recommended by the Everett Planning Commission to double the number of retail marijuana stores within the Everett, Washington city limits from five to ten. Six city council members […]

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Shooting At Far West Motel Brings Out Heavy Everett Police Presence

May 16, 2018

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3:00 PM Update: A person has been arrested in this morning’s shooting at the Far West Motel. At about 1:45 PM a man matching the suspect’s description was spotted on the south play field of Madison Elementary School. The school locked the doors and police located the person of interest at the end of Morgan […]

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Everett Council Marijuana Vote Tonight Attracting Outside Influences

May 16, 2018

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Tonight the Everett City Council will hold a public hearing and then likely vote on whether to agree with city staff and Everett Planning Commission recommendations to double the number of retail marijuana stores allowed to operate within the Everett City limits to ten from the current five. Also in the proposal is a reduction […]

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Primary To Determine Top Two Everett City Council Candidates

May 16, 2018

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There are now three people running for Everett City Council Position 4. On Tuesday Ethel McNeal, who was appointed to the position by current Everett City Council members earlier this year, filed for election. She joins Liz Vogeli and Tyler Rourke who filed on Monday. The top two candidates in the August Primary will move […]

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