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Thousands Of New And Current Everett Boeing Employees To Get Raises

March 5, 2019

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In a bid to make sure wages being paid to new workers aren’t greater than those being paid to workers hired in the last few years Boeing and the Machinists Union have agreed to a pay increase. According to a message sent out to members of IAM 751 thousands of machinists in Everett and other […]

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Paine Field First Flight Photos From Everett, Washington

March 4, 2019

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Instead of a story I’ll let these photos tell the take of this morning’s first flight from the new passenger terminal at Paine Field in Everett, Washington.

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Excitement In Everett, Washington Goes Beyond New Airport Terminal

March 3, 2019

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Sunday they cut the ribbon to officially mark completion of the new privately owned and operated terminal at Paine Field in south Everett. Tomorrow three flights are scheduled all from Alaska Airlines via Horizon. To Portland at 10:00 AM, Las Vegas at 10:30 AM and Phoenix at 12 Noon. As of this writing at 4:30 […]

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Snohomish PUD Says No 2019 Rate Increase

March 1, 2019

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Pretty timely for this announcement as customers look at some very high bills for February. Today the Snohomish PUD announced there would be no rate increase for 2019. Here’s the full announcement. The Snohomish County PUD Board of Commissioners approved staff’s recommendation to implement no rate increases in 2019. The Board agreed to assess financial […]

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Due To Snow PUD Estimated Some February Power Bills

February 26, 2019

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The Snohomish PUD put out notice today that people may experience some sticker shock upon seeing their power bills for February and March. Here’s what they had to say: Why is Your March PUD Bill Higher? Your March bill may be higher than recent months for a couple of reasons: February was the coldest February […]

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Public Comment Period Open For Port Of Everett Waterfront Place Central

February 26, 2019

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The look of the waterfront at the Port of Everett continues to change as the various parts of the Waterfront Place project move forward. Now the Port of Everett has submitted a final development plan for Waterfront Central. The Port has been working on the final plan since 2015. Written comments on the plan are […]

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