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City Of Everett Wants Input On Downtown Parking, Survey Now Online

August 16, 2019

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As plans continue to move forward on downtown Everett, Metro Everett and light rail the City of Everett, Washington is asking the public to participate in a study on parking. Here is what the City is looking for. The City of Everett and the Downtown Everett Association (DEA) are studying ways to make improvements to […]

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Everett Lime Scooter Update: More Education Needed

August 14, 2019

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The 90 day pilot project with the City of Everett and Lime scooters is about a third of the way in and during a briefing to the Everett City Council there was one overriding theme. More education is needed. Johnathan Hopkins of Lime Northwest told the council that performance of the program has exceeded expectations. […]

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No Injuries In North Everett House Fire

August 10, 2019

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Thankfully no injuries but a fire that spread through an attic and roof did significant damage to a house in the 1700 block of Maple Avenue in north Everett early this morning. Snohomish 911 received calls of a roof on fire just before 3 AM. The first arriving engine reported flames from the roof. The […]

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Some Everett Primary Results Will Have To Wait

August 6, 2019

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Some things became clear after the first vote count in the primary election but other races involving Everett are going to take a bit for the mail-in votes to come in and be counted. In the race for Position 2 on the Snohomish County Council which represents Everett as well as Mukilteo and Tulalip one […]

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Everett May Add Protections To Emergency Rooms And Clinics

August 4, 2019

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The City of Everett, Washington is considering having protections originally passed in 1993 to protect women’s health clinics apply to hospital emergency rooms and other medical clinics and facilities throughout the city. One of the reasons cited in briefing papers being presented to the Everett City Council this week is the example of gang members […]

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Everett Accepting Applications For New Youth Advisory Board

July 31, 2019

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If you know a young person between the ages of 16 to 21 who lives within the city limits of Everett, Washington and has an opinion on how things should be in Everett, here’s an opportunity you may want to pass along. The City of Everett seeks residents aged 16-21 to serve on the newly […]

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