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Candidate Filing For Everett Offices This Week

May 16, 2021

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While many have expressed interest in running for elected office in Everett, Washington this is the week we’ll find out how many people are really committed. We’ve run press releases sent to us from people who have declared their intent for various offices and others have filed with the PDC either currently or as incumbents […]

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Citizens Commission Says No Raises For Everett Mayor And City Council For Next Two Years

May 12, 2021

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The final minutes of their April meeting aren’t posted but we do have the decision from the City of Everett’s Citizens Commission on Salaries of Elected Officials. No raises for the next two years. The commission meets every other year and is required to complete its work by the first week in May in years […]

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Tulalip Tribes Award Grant To Everett Fire Department For Drones

May 8, 2021

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Word in from Everett Fire on the receipt of a grant of $47,393.00 from the Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contributions Fund that will allow the Department to purchase two drones to be used in emergency operations. Here’s a brief about the award. This past week, Mayor Cassie Franklin, Chief Dave DeMarco, and Assistant Chief Rich Llewellyn […]

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Everett Police Chief And Mayor Issue Joint Statement On Chauvin Verdict

April 20, 2021

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This came out late Tuesday afternoon from Mayor Cassie Franklin and Police Chief Dan Templeman in Everett, Washington following the verdict in the Chauvin trial in the murder of George Floyd. Today Everett Police Department Chief Templeman and I issued this statement on the outcome of the Chauvin trial: There must be accountability for those […]

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Everett Parks Recreation And Open Space Plan Under Review

April 15, 2021

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Your participation is requested as the City of Everett, Washington looks at the future of the entire park and open space system. Here’s a brief overview and link for you to provide feedback and suggestions. Everett is developing an update to its current Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan. The new 2022 plan will […]

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Everett Residents Advised To Speak Up By April 30th To Avoid Further Sound Transit 3 Delays

April 14, 2021

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Now through the end of the month Sound Transit is taking public comment over what they are terming “realignment” as they determine what may be changed or delayed in ST 3. There is no shortage of folks weighing in with their ideas for the future of Light Rail and mass transportation for Everett, Washington including […]

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