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PUD Offering Big Discounts On Smart Thermostats For Earth Day

April 13, 2021

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This announcement out from Snohomish PUD on extra savings for Earth Day… To celebrate Earth Day, Snohomish County PUD is partnering with manufacturers to provide a combined limited time offer on Nest and ecobee smart thermostats for its customers through April 22. The offer includes manufacturer price discounts and PUD instant rebates on three smart […]

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Demolition On Portion Of Former Downtown Everett YMCA Underway

April 9, 2021

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Demolition of the northern building of the former YMCA in downtown Everett is underway. The property was sold a few years ago to Trent Development. Plans call for a five-story building containing 105 apartment units. (The YMCA is now at a new location in the 4700 block of Colby) The historic YMCA building will not […]

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Snohomish Health District Says Wait On Social Gatherings

April 9, 2021

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“We still have several months where we are relying on everyone to remain vigilant in wearing their masks,” added Dr. Spitters. “There will soon come a day when this is all behind us. When we can enjoy hugs and parties and other favorite past-times. But today is not that day. Nor will it be tomorrow.” […]

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Snohomish PUD Giving Away Free Pollinator Kits To Students

April 7, 2021

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If you want to help your kids get hands-on with science and nature the Snohomish PUD has provided an opportunity through the local libraries and Boys and Girls Club. Here’s the scoop from PUD. In recognition of Earth Day, Snohomish PUD is providing free pollinator kits to area students in partnership with the Everett Public […]

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City Of Everett Could See $3.5 Million From Timber Sale

April 6, 2021

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A delay of two years may bring the City of Everett an extra three to four hundred thousand dollars. Back in 2017 the Everett City Council approved an ordinance allowing sale of surplus timber in the Lake Chaplain area of east Snohomish County where the City of Everett gets its water. That sale was delayed […]

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Community Transit Wins Funding To Add Orange Line To Swift Blue and Green

April 5, 2021

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This in from Community Transit as they continue to build out bus rapid-transit from Everett to points south. U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg today announced approval of a $37 million federal grant to fund Community Transit’s Swift Orange Line project. The Swift Orange Line will run between McCollum Park Park & Ride and Edmonds College, […]

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