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Everett Mayor Urges People To Stay Home

March 16, 2020

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Today Cassie Franklin, Mayor of Everett, Washington sent out the below message to city residents. In the ongoing effort to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in our communities, the governor today ordered the closure of restaurants, bars and entertainment and recreational facilities statewide. He also placed additional limits on social gatherings. The […]

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Everett May Allow Motorized Scooters On Sidewalks, Remove Helmet Requirement

March 9, 2020

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On Wednesday the Everett City Council will get a look at proposed new rules covering motorized scooters. Last year the City allowed a pilot program that put hundreds of scooters on city streets. The scooters went away for the winter but now are coming back. According to the briefing papers sent to city council, the […]

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What Should A Future House In Your Everett Neighborhood Look Like?

February 12, 2020

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How much should neighborhoods in Everett, Washington change as population increases? Is the single family home a thing of the past? Growth in Everett is being pushed by the Puget Sound Regional Council, Federal and State funders and the private sector. Planners in Everett are asking for public input on where growth should occur in […]

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Everett Wants To Add 3 More Marijuana Stores

February 9, 2020

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In a proposed ordinance that the full Everett City Council will get a first look at during their Wednesday night meeting this week there is a phrase that says, “The proposed amendment to the Zoning Code provides for the best long-term interests of the Everett community.“ Likely there will be some at the public hearing […]

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Everett City Council Declares Climate Crisis

January 30, 2020

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The Everett City Council passed two resolutions Wednesday night. One, approving a climate action plan and two, a declaration of a climate crisis in Everett, Washington. The City Council announced that it found climate change poses an existential threat to public health, safety and welfare. They also declared the emergent nature of this threat requires […]

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City Council Names Everett’s Newest Park After Emma Yule

January 29, 2020

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In a unanimous vote by the Everett City Council Wednesday night (with members Murphy and Moore absent) the new park being built on the south side of the new YMCA in the 4700 block of Colby will be named Emma Yule Park. The naming of the park has been discussed since 2018. A recent groundswell […]

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