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Everett Mayor: More Police, No Homeless Students, Better Silver Lake And Fiscal Fix

January 17, 2020

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Yesterday at her State of the City 2020 address Everett, Washington Mayor Cassie Franklin outlined her vision for the city and announced four initiatives for the coming year. Here’s a summary taken from her remarks. Our vision for Everett is one of strength, security and equity, and if we work together as a community, we […]

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Weather Cancels Everett City Council Meeting

January 15, 2020

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Due to bad weather tonight’s Everett City Council meeting has been cancelled. And speaking of the city council did you know there is still a law passed by a the city council more than 40 years ago that says you have to keep the sidewalk in front of your place clear by noon each day? […]

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Everett Prefers Permits Online Please

January 8, 2020

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We love poking around the City’s permit portal to find out what new developments are coming to town. For those looking to get a permit to do a project in Everett, Washington here’s a note in today from the City of Everett’s Planning Department about a change in counter hours for those seeking permits. To […]

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Everett Lists Legislative Priorities For 2020

January 4, 2020

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On Wednesday the Everett City Council will hear a briefing on the city’s priorities with regards to the State Legislature. There are four basic areas. 1. Healthy and Thriving Communities Increased funding for behavioral health, prevention and treatment Increased funding for homelessness, public health, mental health and addiction services 2. Public Safety Funding to expand […]

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Petition Drive Started To Name New Park After Everett’s First Teacher

December 19, 2019

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More than a year ago the City of Everett agreed to create a new park at the south side of the new YMCA building on Colby Avenue. At the time there was quite a discussion over what to name the Park with the Everett Historical Commission proposing naming the park after Doctor Arthur S. Grossman, […]

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Workshop Wednesday On Future Of Everett Transit

December 17, 2019

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Editor’s update 10:28 AM: We did receive the following from Martin Munguia, Corporate Communications Manager for Community Transit in regards to our saying in the below story that CT expressed interest in serving Everett. My Everett News, I just want to clarify on behalf of Community Transit that this agency has not “expressed interest” in […]

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