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Everett City Council May Go On Offensive Over Light Rail Worries

February 27, 2021

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At last Wednesday’s Everett City Council meeting Councilmember Scott Murphy expressed great concern over what he called broken promises from Sound Transit regarding Light Rail to Everett. Murphy cited a Motion passed back in 1994 under Sound Transit 2 that declared Light Rail to Everett was a priority. He provided this copy of the motion. […]

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Everett City Council Approves Acceptance Of Commerce Grant For Pallet Shelters

February 17, 2021

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The Everett City Council has approved having the Mayor sign the contract with Snohomish County Human Services in the amount of $1,040,149 for the development, purchase, and operations of the Pallet Shelter Pilot. The plan is to have 21 pallet shelters set up on land behind the Everett Gospel Mission near 36th and Smith street […]

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Everett Pallet Shelter Plan Coming Together Behind Gospel Mission On Smith Street

February 4, 2021

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Back on November 3rd we told you about the City of Everett looking to set up a temporary site using pallet shelters to house people experiencing homelessness. Pallet shelters would be one more tool to address the issues with people experiencing homelessness in Everett, Washington. The shelters are small, individual and can be reused and […]

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February 3rd Last Day To Establish Residency For Everett City Council Districts

January 30, 2021

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This year the Primary Election is set for August 3rd. Per the rules of the City of Everett Charter when it comes to eligibility to run in one of the five separate City Council Districts, those choosing to run for positions 1 – 5 have until February 3rd to establish residency to represent that district. […]

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Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin Delivers 2021 State Of Everett Address: Everett, “City Of Makers”

January 28, 2021

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Today Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin gave her State of Everett address for 2021. Saying Everett is a “City of Makers” she highlighted three ideas to raise the profile of Everett, Washington. • The maker’s mindset of Everett • The green economy, and • Parks, arts and placemaking She also outlined four priorities for the coming […]

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Everett Hosting Public Discussion On ReThink Housing Thursday Night

January 27, 2021

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A reminder from the City of Everett on another opportunity to weigh in on the future of housing in Everett, Washington. Here’s the invite. Join City Staff on discussing housing in Everett. Learn about how we’re rethinking our housing strategy and join the conversation! Rethink Housing is a multi-year effort to develop a community-wide housing action […]

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