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Everett City Council Approves 1% Property Tax Hike

November 9, 2017

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Citing a substantial need, the Everett City Council Wedesday night unanimously approved a one percent property tax increase for 2018 and a one percent increase in the EMS Levy. This was the third and final reading of the ordinance along with a public hearing. At the public hearing, no one testified. Everett has increased property […]

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The Everett Mayor’s Race A Statistical Dead Heat.

November 7, 2017

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The Everett Mayor’s race is a statistical dead heat between Judy Tuohy 44.83 percent (3991 votes) and Cassie Franklin 44.28 percent (3942 votes). There was a 10.89 percent write in (969 votes) which were likely for Gary Watts but the ballots have not been checked to confirm how many had his name. For the Everett […]

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No Decision Tonight On Siting Of Second Methadone Clinic In Everett

November 7, 2017

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A few days ago we reported on tonight’s scheduled Planning Commission Meeting regarding a second methadone clinic in Everett and that after a public hearing the staff was recommending a second location either in north Everett north of 24th street or south Everett south of the Boeing Freeway. Now it looks like the public hearing […]

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Everett Election Day Voting Recommendations

November 7, 2017

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It is Election Day in Everett. As of 24 hours ago the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office said turnout was a just 14 percent. So our recommendation is that you vote. Today. You can drop your ballot off at a drop box in Everett up until 8:00 PM. If you vote by mail it must be […]

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Everett Municipal Court Judge Candidate Takes Bench Early

November 6, 2017

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Amy Kaestner has been on the ballot for Everett Municipal Court Judge position 1 this fall and was running unopposed. If elected she would serve out the remainder of Judge Tim Odell’s term this year and continue for another four years beginning in 2018. Odell retired in June of 2016 and the remainder of his […]

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Everett Police To Share Crash Data With CARFAX

November 5, 2017

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The Everett City Council recently approved an agreement between the Everett Police Department and CARFAX that allows the Police Department to send vehicle collision data to CARFAX. The data is taken from the standard vehicle collision report and does not contain any information about drivers, owners or witnesses to a crash but only about the […]

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