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Everett Cancels Kids Fishing Derby, Other May Events

April 7, 2020

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The City of Everett has announced further cancellations of community events as social distancing remains the best defense against the Coronavirus Pandemic. Here’s the latest update: Everett Parks & Community Services cancelled all recreation programs, preschool, events and facility rentals for the month of April, as well as several early May events, in response to […]

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Everett City Council Adds Listen By Phone Option For Meetings

April 1, 2020

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Because of social distancing requirements the City Council in Everett, Washington has been meeting remotely. The public has been invited to watch online or on TV but now there is a third way to observe. if you want to comment, that has to be done by email. Here’s more. The City of Everett’s weekly city […]

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Big Exception List To Everett Mayor’s Order To Stay Home

March 20, 2020

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On Thursday Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin was promoting a new City of Everett sponsored website called Everett for Everett that allows businesses to identify as places where people can shop while practicing social distancing. Some places featured on the website include airbrush tanning, hair removal and private pilates classes. There are also tire service offerings, […]

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Citing Budget Woes Everett Mayor Offering Employees Early Retirement

March 19, 2020

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Social Distancing was on display at the Everett City Council chambers Wednesday night. It was a bit of a challenge for Everett City Council members as they began working out the details of how to hold a city council meeting with half the council present in the council chambers and the other half on the […]

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Evictions On Hold In Everett, Washington

March 17, 2020

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Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin today announce a halt to evictions in the Everett, Washington city limits. Mayor Cassie Franklin today signed a temporary moratorium on residential evictions to address the economic impacts of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Everett City Council will be asked to ratify the order at Wednesday’s City Council meeting. Franklin ordered the […]

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Everett Mayor Urges People To Stay Home

March 16, 2020

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Today Cassie Franklin, Mayor of Everett, Washington sent out the below message to city residents. In the ongoing effort to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in our communities, the governor today ordered the closure of restaurants, bars and entertainment and recreational facilities statewide. He also placed additional limits on social gatherings. The […]

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