Archive | November, 2020

Council Pushback, Concessions And COVID-19 Drive 2021 Everett City Budget

November 26, 2020

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The Everett City Council has taken a more vocal role in budget planning this year and that has led to extended briefings and later decisions in adopting a balanced budget for 2021. On November 1st Everett City Council members put several items into a “parking lot” for further explanation and consideration. Those included so-called “Quality […]

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Amazon Cameras Spotted On Sidewalks In North Everett

November 25, 2020

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Today we received a photo and video from MyEverettNews.com reader Bill McKinlock after he spotted an unusual vehicle on the sidewalk of his street in north Everett. The small vehicle looks like a robot with multiple cameras and is accompanied by an operator with a controller. After a bit of crowd sourcing, we were advised […]

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Port Of Everett Names Kimberly-Clark Site Norton Terminal, Shows Layout

November 25, 2020

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As cleanup continues on the former site of Kimberly-Clark on the Everett, Washington waterfront the Port of Everett has added the site to the Marine Terminals Master Plan and named it Norton Terminal. Here’s more from the Port. On November 10, 2020, the Port of Everett Commission approved the Marine Terminals Master Plan Addendum, Appendix E that […]

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Don’t Call 911 To Report COVID-19 Violations In Everett

November 24, 2020

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Everett Police have issued a reminder that 911 is not the number to call if you want to report people or businesses violating COVID-19 restrictions put in place by State and local authorities. Here is what EPD had to say on their Facebook Page Tuesday afternoon. COVID-19 complaints of social gatherings, businesses or organizations not […]

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40 More Shelter Beds Now Open In Everett

November 24, 2020

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Just in time for Thanksgiving, 40 additional beds for those experiencing homelessness in Everett, Washington have become available. The beds are located at the Everett United Church of Christ at 2624 Rockefeller Avenue in downtown Everett. The shelter site is open to single men or women age 18 and up. No children or pets are […]

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Everett Police Seek Information On Family Of Detective Killed 100 Years Ago Today

November 23, 2020

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100 years ago, Everett Police Detective John H. Fox was killed in the line of duty. Everett Police are looking for more information on his family. Take a read and if you can help them out contact Everett Police. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the line of duty death of Everett Police Detective […]

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