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Everett City Council Likely To Vote On Guns And Election By Districts On Wednesday

July 8, 2018

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Two topics that have generated a lot of interest are coming up for public hearings and city council votes on Wednesday. The first topic concerns City Council proposals for election of Everett City Council members by district. The City Council will hold a public hearing on putting a vote on the November ballot that asks […]

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Monday Deadline To Register To Vote In August Primary

July 7, 2018

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The August Primary is almost upon us. Overseas and military ballots have been mailed. Local voters pamphlets will go out on July 18th with local ballots in the mail July 19th. Monday is the last day to register by mail or online. Here’s more from the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office… Monday, July 9 is the […]

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Candidate Profile For Everett City Council Primary: Ethel McNeal

July 6, 2018

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Editor’s Note: It is the practice of MyEverettNews.com to offer candidates for office an introduction to our readers. We accept these from candidates who will appear on the ballots within the Everett City limits. They are published as a public service and in the order received. MyEverettNews.com does not endorse any candidates or issues. The […]

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Everett May Partner With Church For Safe Parking Program For RVs, Car Campers

July 3, 2018

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There is no set time line but the City of Everett is exploring partnering with a church or faith-based organization for a place where people could live in their cars or RVs without worrying about having them towed away. My EverettNews.com checked in with City of Everett Executive Director Meghan Pembroke after hearing the city […]

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Happy 21st Birthday To Ban Of All Personal Fireworks Use In Everett, Washington

June 28, 2018

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It’s that time of year again and instead of re-inventing the wheel here’s a replay of our first “Fireworks are illegal in Everett” story back in 2011. Since 1997, the discharge of any type of fireworks without a permit has been illegal within the Everett city limits. The are only two permits that will be […]

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No Meeting This Week But Everett City Council District Choices Emerging

June 27, 2018

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There is no Everett City Council meeting this week but there will be a special Everett City Council meeting next Tuesday July 3rd. At that time the city council members will get a look at more details on the proposition being considered for a vote on July 11th that deals with changing the City of […]

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