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Planning Commission To Hear Refinements To Metro Everett Plan Tuesday Night

June 18, 2018

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After years of work a decision is getting close on the plan known as “Metro Everett”. For a casual observer here is an explanation from the City on the concept. “Metro Everett” is a diverse and large area, over one square mile, and includes the downtown business district, Everett station area, portions of the Broadway […]

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Time For Summer Street Paving In Everett

June 18, 2018

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Another sure sign of summer, street crews repaving streets at various locations throughout Everett, Washington. Starting today crews will grind down and remove old pavement, install new traffic detection wires, and repave and re-stripe roads across the city. You can see a map of which streets are slated for repaving here. Drivers can expect lane […]

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Naming Of Everett’s Newest Park May Be Delayed Due To “One-Year-Rule”

June 17, 2018

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Last month we told you the City of Everett Parks Department was accepting suggestions for the naming of the city’s newest park being planned at the southern portion of the new Everett YMCA in the 4700 block of Colby. Per Everett City Council member Brenda Stonecipher, an unusually high number of people (over one hundred) […]

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Everett Wants To Require Reporting Loss Or Theft Of Gun Within 24 Hours

June 16, 2018

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On Wednesday the Everett City Council will get a look at two proposed ordinances regarding guns in Everett, Washington. In the first case the city wants to require people who have lost or had a gun stolen to report it within twenty four hours. Currently under State and Federal law people are not required to […]

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Everett City Council Readying Two Choices For Council Districts On Fall Ballot

June 11, 2018

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On June 20th members of the Everett City Council will begin working out what to put on the fall ballot in the way of options for voters to consider on council districts. From an early look at the draft ordinance there are two propositions city council looks to put before Everett voters. The first is […]

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City Wants No New Medical Clinics On Ground Floor In Metro Everett

June 10, 2018

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For the past couple of years the City of Everett has been working on a proposal that would define how the center of Everett would develop far into the future. It is known as Metro Everett. The current Metro Everett proposal calls for medical and social service facilities on a few select streets in the […]

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