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Everett City Council Meetings To Stay Remote, Move To Zoom Platform

September 13, 2021

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Given the recent surge in COVID-19 cases due to the Delta variant in-person meetings of the Everett City Council will likely not be coming back anytime soon. To make the experience better for the community and those who are either presenting to the city council or commenting, the City of Everett, Washington has decided to […]

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Notes From Wednesday’s Everett City Council Meeting

September 8, 2021

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Wednesday evening the Everett City Council had a busy agenda. Here’s a recap of the activity. Scott Murphy proposed and Paul Roberts agreed to work on bringing back the Pledge of Allegiance at each weekly meeting beginning next Wednesday. Scott Bader proposed and Scott Murphy agreed to work with the City Attorney on language that […]

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Everett City Council Asks For Special State Legislative Session Over Police Reform Bills

September 8, 2021

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Editor’s Update 8:00 PM: The Everett City Council unanimously approved the resolution. (Councilmembers Tuohy and Moore were absent) At their Wednesday night meeting the Everett City Council is set to discuss and vote on a resolution proposed by Councilmember Scott Bader that asks Governor Jay Inslee to call a special session of the legislature to […]

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Everett City Council Says Yes To Pallets, Inmate Work Crews, Returning Pledge Of Allegiance

September 2, 2021

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Three quick notes from Wednesday night’s meeting of the City Council in Everett, Washington. Tribal Land Acknowledgement Statement and Pledge of Allegiance   City Council President Brenda Stonecipher announced that the recently approved Tribal Land Acknowledgment Statement acknowledging the historic land of the sduhubš people and their successors, the Tulalip Tribes will be read aloud […]

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Everett Utility Online Bill Pay System Experiencing Issues

August 31, 2021

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Passing along a message from City of Everett Utilities regarding a hiccup in their online billing system for those trying to make an end of the month payment. Here is a link to all of the various ways to pay your utility bill in Everett. Everett Utility Online Bill Pay is experiencing a temporary service […]

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Chronic Homelessness Doubling In Everett Compared To Rest Of Snohomish County

August 29, 2021

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On August 11th the Everett City Council received a briefing on homelessness in Everett, Washington. Specifically chronic homelessness. Julie Willie, Community Development Director for the City of Everett has been tasked with leading the City’s response to homelessness and led the briefing. Director Willie said: “The increase between 2019 and 2020 shows that the challenges […]

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