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Cranes Arrive At Port Of Everett

June 11, 2019

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Right on schedule the tug Michele Foss arrived at the Port of Everett with two new 100 foot cranes this morning. The bright green cranes were docked in a temporary spot and their orange bracing will be taken away. Later they will be moved upland for final adjustments and by the end of the year […]

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New Cranes To Arrive At Port Of Everett Tuesday Morning At 6 AM

June 10, 2019

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A couple of weeks ago we told you about two huge cranes coming to the Port of Everett. They will be used at the South Terminal which is undergoing modernization to handle larger cargo. If you’d like to get a photo of the big cranes in Port Gardner Bay, word in today they are expected […]

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Everett Back To Five Pot Stores Within City Limits

June 8, 2019

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We have followed the evolution of legal marijuana stores in Everett, Washington since they City Council first agreed to allow five locations within the city limits. Back in April of this year one of those stores, Mari J’s Highway Pot Shop, in the Eastmont neighborhood closed. Now a new store has opened to bring the […]

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Battle Heats Up Over Kimberly-Clark Site: Partnership Wants To Buy – Port Wants To Condemn

May 23, 2019

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Today it was a battle of the press releases as interest at the Kimberly-Clark site on the working waterfront in Everett, Washington heats up. First here’s a press release from a Seattle public relations firm announcing a plan for a partnership to buy the site and invest up to $100 million dollars. A new partnership […]

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Port Adding Two Cranes To South Terminal Along Everett Waterfront

May 19, 2019

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The view of the waterfront in Everett, Washington is going to get a change this summer with the addition of two 100-foot cranes at the Port of Everett’s south terminal. Here’s more detail from Lisa Lefeber with the Port. Last week Foss Maritime departed the Port of Everett enroute to the Port of Los Angeles […]

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To Acquire The Kimberly-Clark Site The Port Of Everett May Vote To Condemn It

May 15, 2019

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For years the Port of Everett has tried to acquire the site of the former Kimberly-Clark mill on the Everett Waterfront. The property has been for sale pursued by different interested parties other than the Port for years. Recently Kimberly-Clark has been looking to clean up the site ahead of a possible sale. Tuesday night […]

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