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Church South Of Totem Diner May Become Apartments

February 21, 2020

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There is a public hearing scheduled for April 7th in front of the Everett Planning Commission over a plan to change zoning along a portion of Rucker and Evergreen Way to allow apartments and commercial development. According to a public notice issued by the City of Everett on Thursday, the plan asks for a rezone […]

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Kitchen Remodel Delays Ray’s

February 18, 2020

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We told you on December 28th that Ray’s Drive-In at 14th and Broadway was shutting down for a remodel of their kitchen. They were expecting to be open in the middle of this month but posted word on social media yesterday that it looks like the re-opening is now getting pushed back a couple of […]

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Hundreds Of Jobs, Thousands Of Daily Trips If Former Gravel Pit Becomes Delivery Center

February 17, 2020

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A major warehouse, manufacturing and delivery center is planned for the former Associated Sand and Gravel site at the corner of Glenwood and Sievers Duecy Boulevard in southwest Everett. The center will employ 300 – 400 employees on site with hundreds more coming in and parking their cars and switching to delivery vans or using […]

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Port Of Everett Gets Historically Low Rate On Bond Sale

February 4, 2020

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Okay, not the sexiest news you may hear but good for taxpayers as the Port of Everett announced favorable terms on a bond sale to finance property purchases including the former Kimberly Clark property. Here’s the scoop. On January 29, the Port of Everett closed on its $26.3 million sale of Limited Tax General Obligation […]

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Census Hiring Event Saturday In Everett

January 10, 2020

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The U.S. Census Bureau will have representatives on hand to answer questions and help people apply for jobs Saturday at the Everett Area Census Office on Everett Mall Way. Jobs include both supervisory and non-supervisory field positions. They’re calling it Seattle’s Best Side Gig citing the pay and also mileage reimbursement for using your own […]

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Everett Campus To Host CleanTech Accelerator

January 5, 2020

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Progress is being made in securing tenants in one of the last large industrial areas available for development in southwest Everett. Here’s a press release from Snohomish County announcing the latest. Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers announced a collaborative partnership to create the state’s first physical CleanTech Accelerator location in partnership with the Toyota Mobility […]

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