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Citizen’s Commission Public Hearing Wednesday On Salaries For Everett Electeds

April 15, 2019

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This week there will be a public hearing to gather input on the proposed salary schedules for the Mayor, City Council and Municipal Court Judges for the next two years. The commission meeting will begin at 4:30 PM with the public hearing starting at 5:00 PM on Wednesday April 17th. The meeting will take place […]

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Majority Of Everett City Council Seats On Ballot This Year

April 14, 2019

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If you don’t like how things currently are in Everett here is your chance to put words into action. Four of the seven seats on the City Council in Everett, Washington are up for election this year. In 2019, there will be elections for positions 4 and 5 (2-year, at-large terms) and for positions 6 […]

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Everett Adding Public Meetings On Where To Spend Housing Dollars

April 1, 2019

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On March 14th we told you about work the City of Everett is doing on planning how to spend Community Development Block Grant funds. Word in now that the city is holding two public meetings to try and gain feedback from residents on where best to spend those federal housing dollars. There is one meeting […]

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Beginning April 1st Everett To Charge Businesses For Fire Safety Inspections

March 26, 2019

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“There’s been zero fee structure for the Fire Marshal’s office.” That’s a quote from Everett Fire Marshal Kurtis Brown to the Everett City Council Public Safety Subcommittee earlier this month. “These fees are going to be an impact to business owners because they went from zero to something.” Most businesses will pay around twenty to […]

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Deer Park To Close For Playground Equipment Upgrades

March 24, 2019

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Deer Park in west Everett off Merrill Creek Parkway will close for several weeks so the City of Everett Parks Department can upgrade the playground equipment. Work is expected to last several months, with the playground reopening by early summer. Playground equipment at Everett parks is typically upgraded on a 15-year cycle. A design schematic […]

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City Of Everett Reveals New Logo And Branding

March 20, 2019

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Today the City of Everett revealed a new logo and branding campaign. There are several examples of the use of the logo on the City’s Facebook page so we are including those here for folks who don’t use that platform. Here is the press release from the city about the logo update. We’re excited to […]

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