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Comment Period Open On Housing Hope Proposal To Change Zoning In Port Gardner

September 20, 2019

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A public comment period has started on a proposal by Housing Hope to change the zoning at the location of a former school play field from single family to multi-family. The location in the 3600 block of Norton has generated a lot of controversy as the plan would bring a development that would provide housing […]

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Friday In Downtown Everett Group Plans “Die-In” To Highlight Climate Change

September 19, 2019

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Passing along notification of an unusual 11-minute event in downtown Everett this week. Global Climate Strike Die-in at Noon Friday September 20th at the Snohomish County East Administration Building, 3000 Rockefeller Ave, Everett, sponsored by 350 Everett, League of Women Voters of Snohomish County, and SnoCo Indivisible. Arrive by 11:45, make a sign with cause […]

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Everett Community College Gives Trojan Mascot A Makeover

September 17, 2019

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This in Monday from Everett Community College regarding the updating of the Trojan which has been used by the school since 1942. The college is introducing a new Trojan design, continuing EvCC’s 78-year use of the Trojan symbol for student spirit and college athletics. Everett Junior College students selected the Trojans as the college’s mascot […]

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PUD Gets Ready For Storm Season

September 13, 2019

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Storm season is about to hit Everett, Washington and Snohomish PUD has passed along some preparation tips. As the calendar turns to fall and turbulent weather looms on the horizon, Snohomish County PUD is ready. From pre-storm preparations to quick outage response, the PUD works hard year-round to minimize disruptions to its customers. Prior to […]

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Thank You First Responders In Everett, Washington And Beyond

September 11, 2019

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To the call takers and dispatchers who hear people in crisis and obtain and relay vital information and provide calm reassurance as people go through the unimaginable, Thank you. To police and firefighters who rush toward the danger and make it possible for people to get to safety as you head for harm, Thank you. […]

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Everett Flooding Update

September 10, 2019

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This in from the City of Everett after last night’s heavy rains. Effective immediately, temporary traffic restrictions are in place on West Marine View Drive through early Wednesday to allow crews to concurrently repair three underground water pipes that were damaged during the recent rain storms. Intermittent lane closures are in place, and drivers are […]

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