Archive | June, 2019

Wall Street Building Re-Named Everett Municipal Building

June 20, 2019

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Today the City of Everett announced a new name for the 10 story glass building at the corner of Wall and Wetmore in downtown Everett. Here’s the why from city hall. Currently known as the Wall Street Building, the building at 2930 Wetmore Ave., which is home to many City services and administrative teams, will […]

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After 42 Years Jim Iles Retiring From Everett City Legal Team

June 20, 2019

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At the Wednesday night City Council meeting it was announced that Jim Iles will be retiring after 42 years service with the City of Everett, Washington. For the last 15 years Iles has been the City Attorney, appointed to that position in 2004 after serving 27 years in the City’s legal department. He has served […]

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Robber Hits Key Bank At Silver Lake In South Everett

June 19, 2019

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At about 10:20 AM a robber hit the Key Bank Branch at 110th and 19th Avenue SE near Silver Lake. According to Everett Police a male with a mask entered the bank and demanded money. After getting an undisclosed amount of money he fled on foot. Everett Police tried a K-9 track but were unable […]

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Top Two Administrators At Snohomish Health District Resign

June 18, 2019

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8:20 PM Editor’s Update: Received a return call from Shawn Frederick who has been appointed as Interim Administrator. He advised that the resignations were part of an amicable separation between the Health District and the two administrators but said he could provide no details or context on the resignations. Without providing any detail the Snohomish […]

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Two Citizens To Receive Life-Saving Award

June 18, 2019

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There will be a special presentation at the Everett City Council meeting tomorrow night. On Wednesday, June 19, Everett Fire Chief Dave DeMarco will present the Citizen Lifesaving Award to two community members who helped save a man’s life by administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) after the person collapsed during a soccer game at Kasch Park. […]

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Last Chance For Monte Cristo Award Nominations

June 18, 2019

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Got a neighbor who has done amazing things with their property? Here’s a chance to offer them some recognition. Nominations are now open for the 2019 Monte Cristo Awards. Each year, the Monte Cristo Awards recognize neighbors who make Everett special by taking pride in their property. Everett residents may nominate neighbors and businesses in […]

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