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Everett Offers 3rd Round Of Small Business Grants, Must Apply By Monday

December 3, 2020

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In the first two rounds of small business grants the City of Everett distributed more than one million dollars to 106 businesses. Now thanks to a last minute grant by Snohomish County, business owners in Everett, Washington can participate in a third round of Cares Grants. Here is a link to the application and instructions. […]

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Advisory Committee Says City Of Everett Government Not Fiscally Sustainable, Calls For Dramatic Action, Shared Pain

December 2, 2020

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As the Everett City Council unanimously passed the 2021 budget the City of Everett administration issued the final report from a 13-member Fiscal Sustainability Advisory Committee convened by Mayor Cassie Franklin. The report offered 24 recommendations for the Mayor and City Council to further explore in order to address the City’s general government budget deficit. […]

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Everett, Washington Mayor Cassie Franklin Formally Announces Re-election Bid

November 30, 2020

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She’s been raising money and accepting donations for months and today Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued a formal announcement of her intention to run for another 4-year-term. Here’s the announcement. Mayor Cassie Franklin is seeking re-election to the office Everett voters chose her for in 2017. Franklin is the first woman elected to Everett’s highest […]

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Everett Police To Equip All Patrol Officers With Body Worn Cameras By End Of Year

November 18, 2020

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Wednesday night the City Council in Everett, Washington unanimously approved receipt of a Department of Justice grant for $300,000.00 to equip all Everett Police patrol officers with body worn cameras. The grant will assist with the start up cost leaving the City’s portion at about $55,000.00 for this year. According to Everett Police Spokesman Aaron […]

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Everett Mayor Announces Directive On Affordable Housing

November 17, 2020

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Today Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued a Mayoral Directive that she says works to the goal of addressing homelessness and supporting housing stability. The directive has three initiatives. You can see the complete text of the directive here and below is the breakout of the three initiatives. Initiative 1: implement the Rethink Housing engagement process […]

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Everett City Council To Meet Tuesday Due To Veteran’s Day Holiday On Wednesday

November 9, 2020

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Just a heads up that the Everett City Council meeting has been moved to Tuesday. Due to the Veteran’s Day Holiday on Wednesday the council will be meeting at 12:30 PM Tuesday. It is a virtual meeting. You can see the agenda and how to give public comment here. There are several items of import […]

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