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Expansion Of South Everett Library Branch Pushed To 2019

April 11, 2018

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In his budget address to the Everett City Council in November of 2016 then Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson stated the following: “Finally, with the Council’s approval, we will begin construction on the expansion of the south Everett library branch in 2017. This long-overdue project will add 5,000 square feet to the branch, including new spaces […]

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Council Districts In Everett Likely Years Away

April 5, 2018

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Last night the Everett City Council held their first study session on their resolution to put a proposal for city council districts before the voters this fall. The council is already two months behind their kickoff city council workshop time line listed on their January resolution. The work getting underway was called a starting point […]

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Delta Neighbors Want More Info On Big Apartment Complex Next To Jackson Park

April 4, 2018

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Editor’s Update: The public comment period has been extended to April 30th. At tonight’s Everett City Council meeting two members of the Delta Neighborhood Association asked the city council to consider allowing more time for public comment about a large apartment project planned next to Jackson Park. A developer based in Bellevue wants to build […]

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Everett Planners Recommend More Marijuana Stores, Reject Restictions

April 3, 2018

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Tonight the Everett Planning Commission voted 5-2 to double the number of retail marijuana stores in Everett from five to ten as authorized by the State Liquor and Cannabis Board. They also voted to reduce the separation reuirements between the stores from 2500 feet to 500 feet. The commissioners also rejected a request by the […]

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Should Everett Zone Pot Shops Like They Do Places That Sell Beer?

April 2, 2018

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Tomorrow night the Everett Planning Commission will hold a public hearing as it looks over the city’s zoning code as it applies to retail marijuana stores. It’s part of a mandated review after the city passed the original ordinance in 2016 limiting the number of retail marijuana stores to five and establishing zoning restrictions. The […]

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Learn How To Talk To A Person In Crisis

March 31, 2018

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Ever seen someone who appears to be having a crisis and wanted to approach them but didn’t have a clue what to say? From a stranger on the street to a person you know it can be intimidating. The City of Everett has put together a couple of classes to help average people talk to […]

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