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Draft Project List Of American Rescue Plan Act Funds Released By City Of Everett

November 18, 2021

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The City of Everett is receiving $20,695,570.00 in federal funding from the ARPA to be used for COVID-19 relief and economic recovery. In May the City received $10 million dollars. One million dollars from that was allocated to the Everett Forward Grant Program and another $478,000.00 for additional pallet shelters. The remainder is waiting to […]

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Everett City Council Talks Homeless Hotel, Red Light Cameras, Park Fees, Taxes, Budget, ARPA

November 17, 2021

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It was a busy agenda for the Everett City Council Wednesday night with the meeting starting an hour earlier than usual to accommodate all of the items. Here are a few highlights from the meeting. On November 9th The Herald newspaper published an article that Snohomish County had entered into a contract with a real […]

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After 13 Years, Traffic Cameras May Be Coming To Everett

November 16, 2021

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The Everett City Council is again looking at Red-Light cameras and will receive a briefing Wednesday night from the City’s Traffic Engineer. The City of Everett first seriously considered red light cameras back in 2008. At that time the City Council passed an ordinance authorizing the use of cameras to monitor several different intersections around […]

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Multiple Seats Open For Boards And Commissions In Everett For 2022

November 5, 2021

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Every fall the word goes out as terms expire for those serving on various boards and commissions in Everett, Washington. New volunteers are needed and it’s a great way to learn more about the inner-workings of the City and lend your expertise to those who live and work here. Here’s more on the vacancies and […]

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No Change In Election Results As Day 3 Of Ballot Counting Is Reported For City Of Everett

November 4, 2021

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More results in and it looks like no material changes in the City of Everett races with these Thursday afternoon results. Projected winners in bold.   Mayor of Everett 60,093 registered voters, turnout 25.57% Cassie Franklin 10,837 votes (72.71%) Steve Oss 3943 votes (26.46%)   City Council District 1 12,395 registered voters, turnout 29.44% Mary […]

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Everett Council District 4 Still Close – Mayor, Four Others Appear Set

November 3, 2021

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This was a historic election in Everett, Washington as for the first time voters chose City Council members in five districts across the city. Two of the seven council seats are at-large and cover the entire city. Brenda Stonecipher and Judy Tuohy hold those positions which will come before voters in 2023. As for the […]

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