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Good News! Mukilteo Boulevard Repair Completed Early

September 20, 2017

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Good news from the City of Everett Public Works Department this afternoon… Mukilteo Boulevard has reopened to traffic in both directions as of Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 20. Crews completed shoulder repair work on the north side of the roadway, and the westbound lane has been repaved. “We’re happy to report that we were able to […]

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Everett City Council And School Board Candidate Forum Monday Night

September 16, 2017

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Last Monday it was the candidates for Mayor, this Monday candidates for the three Everett City Council Positions and the Everett School Board will field questions. The Everett Office of Neighborhoods and Everett Library are again teaming up to present candidate opinions and views to Everett voters. In addition to scripted questions from the organizers […]

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Everett Safe Streets Spending Doubles To $3.1 Million In 2017 From $1.5 Million in 2016

September 15, 2017

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Editor’s Note: We’ve been covering the Safe Streets Initiative since its inception a couple of years ago. As part of that coverage we want to present to you the discussion of costs about the project. Usually our articles are shorter with links to relevant documents but given the complexity of the subject we wanted to […]

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Did Port Of Everett Try To Manipulate Commissioner Appointment Process?

September 13, 2017

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On August 29th the Port of Everett announced in a press release that Troy McClelland resigned his office as District 1 Port Commissioner after relocating for a job assignment in Massachusetts. About a half hour before that was released to the general public MyEverettNews.com posted this story about the resignation. Here’s the memo released by […]

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Free Needle Clean Up Kits Now Available In Everett

September 13, 2017

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Editor’s note: An area behind the MyEverettNews.com office on Evergreen Way is a frequent place to find used needles, burnt foil and other drug paraphernalia and picking it up has been a concern. Now that task is safer thanks to a new program out today from Snohomish Health District and the City of Everett. Here […]

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Everett Asks Lyft And Uber “What Do You Guys Want?”

September 10, 2017

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We’ve been covering the City of Everett attempts to “even the playing field” between taxi companies and ride share services such as Uber and Lyft over the last couple of years. In June the Everett City Council thought they had finally come up with a solution. That didn’t work when Uber and Lyft suspended service […]

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