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Everett Mayor Presents 2020 Budget Address

October 30, 2019

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7:45 PM Editor’s Update: There were no speakers in the first public hearing on the budget tonight. There is another public hearing next Wednesday night. Today Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin gave her 2020 budget address. The Mayor was joined by Scott Murphy who is the chair of the Everett City Council budget committee. The address […]

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City Budgeting 650 Million Dollars To Run Everett, Washington In 2020

October 28, 2019

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OK, the amount is actually $649,986,342.00. On Wednesday Mayor Cassie Franklin will make her 2020 budget address. She has scheduled a media availability at 10 AM in the City Council chambers. There she will be joined by Everett City Council Member Scott Murphy. He is Chair of the Council Budget and Finance Subcommittee. The Mayor […]

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Everett To Remove Definitions Of Dangerous Dogs By Breed Alone

October 21, 2019

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Currently City of Everett Code identifies a pit bull terrier as a Potentially Dangerous Dog. Defined just by breed, no other behavior is necessary for that designation. That is about to change as Everett looks to amend the portion of city code that relates to dangerous and potentially dangerous dogs. The City is working to […]

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General Election Voting For Everett Races Begins This Week

October 15, 2019

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With two of the four Everett City Council positions on the ballot unopposed there doesn’t seem to be much interest in the Everett only offices on the general election ballot. Nevertheless, voter’s guides and ballots are going out in the mail this week. Here is the list of Everett-only races as posted on VoteWA.gov. Everett […]

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Light Rail Leading Everett To ReThink Zoning

October 14, 2019

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The City of Everett, Washington is opening a comment process as it prepares an Environmental Impact Statement on future development around the Light Rail stations planned across the city. Tuesday night the Everett Planning Commission will hold a public meeting on the Environmental Impact Statement. A 30-day comment period has begun to discuss existing conditions, […]

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Red Light Cameras, More Marijuana Stores Top Public Safety Committee Agenda

October 8, 2019

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A couple of years ago the Everett City Council brought back committees to allow small groups of council members to discuss and gather information on topics that may later be brought before the entire council for action. Sometimes ideas discussed in committees are brought forward and other times they are not. This Wednesday afternoon the […]

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