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Council Approves Land Transfer For Berkshire Low Barrier Housing Project – What’s Next

January 4, 2018

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Last night the Everett City Council held a public hearing and voted on moving forward with the first of many Low Barrier Housing Projects planned in Everett. This project is for 65 units of low barrier housing located on Berkshire Drive between Evergreen Way and the Everett Fire Department Training Grounds in central Everett. The […]

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Lots Of Swearing (in) At Everett City Council Meeting Tonight

January 3, 2018

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An historic night at the Everett City Council as Everett’s first popularly elected female Mayor and Everett’s first female Africa American City Council member were sworn into office. While she actually was sworn into office officially on Monday, Cassie Franklin participated in a public ceremony in front of a packed city council chambers. Franklin then […]

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Everett Introduces Mayor Cassie Franklin

January 3, 2018

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On Monday Cassie Franklin was officially sworn into office as the first woman to win popular election to the position of Mayor of Everett in the city’s history. She will take a ceremonial oath of office tonight at the Everett City Council meeting. She will also make some introductory comments. Today the City of Everett […]

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Attorney General Says Everett Motel 6 Locations Aided Immigration Investigations

January 3, 2018

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Word in this afternoon that Everett locations played a part in the allegations against Motel 6. As it relates to this story the south Everett Motel 6 is the one on 128th street SW and what they refer to as the north Everett Motel 6 is the one at 100th and Evergreen Way. Here’s the […]

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$400,000.00 Available For Human Needs Programs In Everett

December 27, 2017

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There’s only a week left for non-profit groups to apply for a share of more than four hundred thousand dollars to help residents in Everett. Grants are reviewed by a seven member committee made up of citizens who review applications and make recommendations to the Everett City Council. Interested groups can contact Rebecca McCrary to […]

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Franklin Names Ryan Chief Of Staff And Harper Deputy Mayor

December 22, 2017

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Mayor-elect Cassie Franklin today announced her top two appointments on her executive team. Here’s the release just received from the city… Mayor-Elect Cassie Franklin has announced two executives who will join her administration in January. Lyle Ryan, currently executive vice president at Coastal Community Bank, will serve as Franklin’s chief of staff. Nick Harper, currently […]

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