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City Of Everett To Offer Employees Early Retirement Incentive

November 25, 2018

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In order to reduce compensation costs and staffing levels the City of Everett, Washington is proposing an incentive for employees to voluntarily separate or retire from the City. In briefing papers presented to city council members ahead of their meeting on Wednesday the City says the plan will facilitate redeployment, reorganization, and other efforts to […]

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Security Alarm Owners In Everett To Again Face Fees And False Alarm Fines

November 20, 2018

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After taking a break from enforcing a false alarm ordinance for the past 27 years the City of Everett is about to update and enforce rules for business and home owners who have burglary or robbery alarm systems. At this point it appears fire alarms are not included in the new enforcement efforts. In 1978 […]

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Final Deliberations Set For Everett’s Half-A-Billion Dollar Budget For 2019

November 11, 2018

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Actually it’s more than half-a-billion, the full total is $618,984,772.00. On Wednesday the Everett City Council will hold the first of three readings of an ordinance setting the 2019 budget. A public hearing and final reading and vote on the ordinance is set for Wednesday November 28th. This is the first budget for Everett Mayor […]

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Everett Election Results Appear Certain

November 9, 2018

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While the election results won’t be certified until November 29th it appears all but certain the end result will remain as follows for residents of Everett, Washington. Liz Vogeli has won a one-year term on the Everett City Council in Position #4 Voters will choose city council members in 5 separate districts beginning in 2021. […]

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Vogeli Leads Rourke By 577 Votes In Everett City Council Race

November 7, 2018

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About another 3000 ballots were counted Wednesday afternoon in the races within the Everett City limits. The results, about 44.54% voter turnout in Everett so far show little change. In the City Council race: Liz Vogeli has 10,844 votes (50.96%) Tyler Rourke has 10,267 votes (48.25%) Electing Everett City Council members by Districts is getting […]

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Everett Early Election Returns Good For Districts, 5-2 and EMS Levy, Council Race Too Close To Call

November 6, 2018

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It’s too close to call in the Everett City Council race but initial returns look good for the propositions. Here are the 1st results for the contests only in the Everett, Washington city limits. Keep in mind these are early returns and represent ballots sent in prior to today. There are a lot more votes […]

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