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Mary Fosse Announces Bid For Everett City Council District 1

March 15, 2021

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Another candidate has sent us their intention to run for Everett City Council, position 1. Mary Fosse, member of the Everett Public Schools Fiscal Advisory Council and legislative aide to State Representative Emily Wicks, today announced her bid for Everett City Council in District 1. In kicking off her campaign, Fosse laid out her vision […]

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Everett City Council Unanimously Amends Start Date Of No Sit-No Lie Ordinance

March 11, 2021

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While there are lots of opinions and many were expressed at the Wednesday night City Council meeting in Everett, Washington the real test will be March 17th. That’s when the council votes on an ordinance designed to accompany a Pallet Shelter Pilot Project in the area of the Everett Gospel Mission in the 3700 block […]

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Everett City Council Getting First Look At Sidewalk No Sit-No Lie Ordinance

March 3, 2021

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Editor’s Update 9:00 PM Wednesday March 3rd: Tonight the Everett City Council got a briefing on the No Sit-No Lie ordinance. Prior to the briefing the Council got an earful of opposition to the idea. First during council comments Liz Vogeli broke away from past protocol and presented a power point presentation outlining why she […]

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Public Hearing On Everett Salaries Of Mayor, Council, Judges Is Wednesday At Noon

March 1, 2021

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Their work has to be completed by May 6th and they have to hold two public hearings. Who are they? The appointed members of Everett, Washington’s Citizens Commission on Salaries of Elected Officials. The first of two public hearings on salaries for 2022 and 2023 will happen online this Wednesday March 3rd at 12 Noon. […]

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Everett City Council May Go On Offensive Over Light Rail Worries

February 27, 2021

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At last Wednesday’s Everett City Council meeting Councilmember Scott Murphy expressed great concern over what he called broken promises from Sound Transit regarding Light Rail to Everett. Murphy cited a Motion passed back in 1994 under Sound Transit 2 that declared Light Rail to Everett was a priority. He provided this copy of the motion. […]

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Everett City Council Approves Acceptance Of Commerce Grant For Pallet Shelters

February 17, 2021

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The Everett City Council has approved having the Mayor sign the contract with Snohomish County Human Services in the amount of $1,040,149 for the development, purchase, and operations of the Pallet Shelter Pilot. The plan is to have 21 pallet shelters set up on land behind the Everett Gospel Mission near 36th and Smith street […]

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