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First Permits Filed As Everett Riverfront Project Comes Into Focus

January 18, 2019

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Wednesday night Gary Young and Eric Evans of Shelter Holdings presented their preliminary plans for the commercial portion of the Riverfront development to the Everett City Council. The development lies east of I-5 between the railroad tracks and the Snohomish River stretching from 41st street to Pacific Avenue. At the south end of the property […]

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Future Of City-Owned Golf Courses Big Part Of Everett City Council Retreat

January 6, 2019

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There are three golf courses within the Everett City limits. One course, the Everett Golf and Country Club in central Everett is privately owned and operated. The City of Everett owns the other two. Walter Hall in south Everett and Legion Memorial in north Everett. On Saturday the Everett City Council will hold their annual […]

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Bader Voted In As New Everett City Council President

January 3, 2019

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In what may be the quickest meeting of the year the Everett City Council got their business handled in just fourteen minutes Wednesday night. The major action was a unanimous vote, with council members Moore and Murphy absent, electing Scott Bader as President of the Everett City Council. Bader had served as vice-president under Paul […]

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State Auditor Issues Management Letter To Everett Public Facilities District

December 31, 2018

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Over the years we’ve reported on the financial condition of the arena in downtown Everett, Washington. Today the Washington State Auditor issued a Management Letter dated December 18, 2018 after reviewing the 2017 financial statements of the Everett Public Facilities District. The PFD operates the Angel of the Winds Arena in downtown Everett. The letter […]

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Everett Calls Time Out On Doubling Tax On Tourists To Pay For Indoor Sports Venue

December 23, 2018

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Citing a lack of information the Everett City Council put on hold a vote to approve doubling the tax on visitors hotel bills in Everett and a majority of Snohomish County. The city currently collects $1.00 per room per day on hotel stays to pay for the improvement and development of tourism attractions, and promote […]

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Sass Named New Public Works Director For Everett

December 14, 2018

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After a nationwide search the City of Everett turned in-house for a new director of Public Works. Here’s the information from the city. Mayor Cassie Franklin has selected Ryan Sass to serve as Everett Public Works director, following a national search. Sass is currently Everett’s city engineer. “Ryan brings with him a record of project […]

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