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Tanks, Armored Personnel Carriers and More Passing Through The Port Of Everett This Week

July 29, 2021

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Had some inquiries from people who have seen a lot of tanks, troop transports and military equipment at the South Terminal at the Port of Everett this week. We checked in with Catherine Soper at the Port who provided us the following details and some photos. The Port of Everett conducts operations in support of […]

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High-Tech Fusion Power Project Coming To Southwest Everett

July 28, 2021

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Tuesday there was a groundbreaking for a new high-tech power plant coming to southwest Everett. Helion, currently based in Redmond is looking to bring its headquarters to Everett, Washington along with 150 jobs as the company works to create zero-carbon electricity through fusion. Governor Jay Inslee joined Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin at the groundbreaking along […]

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Ecology Looking To Amend Consent Decree Covering Former Everett Landfill At Riverfront

July 23, 2021

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The Washington State Department of Ecology is looking to amend a consent decree that will assist the continuing re-development of the former landfill east of I-5 between 41st street and Pacific Avenue. Work is underway on the Riverfront Commercial property following development of single family homes to the south and townhomes to the north of […]

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United To End Denver To Everett Service In October

July 19, 2021

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Today United Airlines confirmed it was going to end service between Everett’s Paine Field and Denver, Colorado. Here’s what the airline’s media department told us today via email. United has continued to evaluate and adapt its network and based on demand trends, the airline will suspend service from Denver (DEN) to Everett, Washington (PAE), effective […]

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Next Fall Should Bring Activity To Former Kimberly-Clark Site At Port Of Everett

July 15, 2021

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Today was the groundbreaking and next fall operations are on track to start at the Port of Everett’s Norton Terminal on the waterfront in Everett, Washington. Here’s a recap of today’s groundbreaking by the Port. Today, the Port of Everett hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the start of construction for the Port’s $36M Norton […]

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Rad Power Bikes Uses Port Of Everett To Solve Shipping Delays

July 13, 2021

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Nice story on multiple partnerships working together to solve a supply chain issue for a Seattle company while demonstrating the flexibility available to business owners through the Port of Everett. Based in Seattle Rad Power Bikes is the largest eBike brand in the United States. Chief Operating Officer, Mike McBreen lives in Everett, Washington and […]

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