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Everett’s Lime Scooter Pilot Project Off To A Bumpy Start

June 2, 2019

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Last month we told you about the City of Everett entering into a pilot project to see how Lime Electric Scooters would work in the city. In that story we also posted a link to the city’s pilot agreement with LIME and this link to the City of Everett’s code 46.80 that covers motorized foot […]

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Everett Switches Pet License Renewal From Snail Mail To Email To Save Money

June 2, 2019

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A reminder from the City to pet owners within the city limits of Everett, Washington. Everett pet owners will begin receiving annual pet license renewal notices via email, beginning with pet licenses expiring June 30, 2019. The Everett Animal Shelter began emailing renewal notices in May to pet owners with an email address currently on […]

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Everett PD Boosts Signing Bonus For Experienced WA Police Officers To $20,000.00

May 31, 2019

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The city of Everett, Washington really wants to hire some experienced police officers to fill current and anticipated vacancies. Thursday they issued the following call for experienced police officers and explained how the $20,000.00 incentive works. There are some strings attached. The Everett Police Department will begin offering an additional financial incentive to Washington state […]

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Sound Transit Says Everett Light Rail Is On Track

May 30, 2019

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Wednesday night Sound Transit briefed the Everett City Council on plans for light rail. Peter Rogoff, CEO of Sound Transit told the Mayor and Council members that both the Lynnwood segment that is slated to open in 2024 and the Everett segment set for 2036 are on schedule. Here is a copy of the Power […]

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8 of 9 Members Chosen For Council Districting Committee

May 29, 2019

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Feeling they reached a reasonable geographic representation among the group of 44 applicants from 18 different neighborhoods the City Council and Mayor Cassie Franklin chose 8 people to serve on the committee that will draw up City Council districts in Everett, Washington. The eight committee members will now go about choosing a ninth member of […]

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Process To Appoint District Commission Continues Wednesday Night At Everett City Council

May 28, 2019

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Here are the names and neighborhoods of the people who applied to be on the commission that will draw up the first ever boundaries for Everett City Council districts. There are 44 applicants from 18 Everett, Washington neighborhoods. Each current Everett City Council member and the Mayor will select one one commissioner and those eight […]

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