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Public Invited To Comment On Plans To Expand St. Mary Magdalen Church

May 9, 2019

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City of Everett planners are taking comments on a proposal to expand and remodel St. Mary Magdalen Church located at 8517 7th Ave SE in south Everett. Comments are being accepted through May 24th. Here’s more the the application filed with the City. The site is currently home to St. Mary Magdalen Church and Catholic […]

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Port Of Everett Has New Take Out Food Option At South Marina’s Commodore Plaza

May 4, 2019

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Had a chance to check out the new food option offered at the Port of Everett South Marina’s Commodore Plaza Saturday night. It’s located right in front of the entrance to C Dock. Here’s more from the Port. A new dining option at the Port of Everett is making access to fresh seafood even better. […]

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Everett City Council Votes To Move Forward With Riverfront Project At Former Landfill

May 1, 2019

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Back in 2009 the site of a former landfill between Interstate 5 and the Snohomish River through the heart of Everett, Washington was envisioned as a major retail center with big box stores including a rumored Ikea and major cinema complex. There was no real housing set for that portion of the area. Instead the […]

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Owner Closes Retail Pot Store In Everett’s Eastmont Neighborhood

April 29, 2019

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Mari J’s Highway Pot Shop has closed for good. “I’m tired of all of the hassles and so I shut it down,” owner Jessica Jordan told MyEverettNews.com Monday night. On April 23rd an appeals hearing affirmed a decision revoking the license over a party of interest violation from March of 2017. The decision is on […]

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Two Marrott-Branded Hotels, Park+Fly Proposed Near Paine Field

April 28, 2019

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A pre-application has been filed with the City of Everett, Washington planning department for a dual-brand Marriott Hotel. The proposed project features a 128 room Springhill Suites Hotel along with a 74 room Towneplace Suites. Behind the hotel building will be a wetland and then a park and fly lot with 217 spaces. This is […]

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North Everett Taco Bell Undergoing “Partial Selective Demolition” – Village Inn Now Gone

April 26, 2019

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Had some inquiries about what was happening at the north Everett Taco Bell property at 2727 Broadway. According to the City of Everett eTRAKit permitting site what is happening on the property is: PARTIAL SELECTIVE DEMOLITION OF EXTG RESTAURANT-TACO BELL Not everything is going: (E) CMU WALL TO BE RETAINED & BRACED PER REQUIREMENTS OF […]

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