Archive | April, 2020

Everett Settles Out Of Court With Police Officer For $549 Thousand Dollars

April 30, 2020

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Yesterday, after a brief executive session away from the public, the Everett City Council voted to allow Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin to authorize a settlement agreement with Everett Police Officer Brett Gailey for more than half-a-million dollars to settle a workplace discrimination claim he filed against the City of Everett. The vote was five in […]

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15% Cut To Boeing Commercial Division To Hit Everett Plant

April 30, 2020

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“The aviation industry will take years to return to the levels of traffic we saw just a few months ago.” That’s a quote from a letter sent to employees Wednesday by Boeing President and CEO Dave Calhoun. He announced a combination of cuts to people and production. There will be an overall 10% reduction in […]

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Paine Field Installs High Tech Fever Detector

April 29, 2020

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Got word today from Brett Smith at Propeller Airports, owner and developer at Paine Field in Everett, Washington that they’ve turned to technology to keep flyers safe. Here’s their plan. As part of its continuing commitment to be a national leader in protecting customers and staff, in effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, Influenza […]

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1000 Without Power Near Forest Park

April 29, 2020

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A late Wednesday afternoon wind gust put a tree into the power lines in the 4200 block of Mukilteo Boulevard at the east end of Forest Park. The tree caught fire and the roadway was closed between Dogwood and 41st. About 1090 customers lost power according to Snohomish PUD.

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Pre-Order And Drive-Thru At Everett Farmers Market This Sunday

April 28, 2020

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While the Everett Farmers Market will be back in downtown Everett, Washington again this year it is going to start off much different than last. Here are some of the changes from the Everett Farmers Market website. Due to COVID 19 Everett Farmers Market will have a different look. The safety and health of our […]

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A Moment In Time Where Protective Gear Saves Our Heroes

April 27, 2020

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For nearly ten years I’ve been taking photos of first responders. Monday night I was shooting a car crash on Everett Mall Way when I noticed how this is such a moment in time. I am so used to seeing the protective gear that firefighters and police officers wear to protect them physically on the […]

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