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4 Responses to “Contact Us”

  1. Tamara Says:

    Hello,
    My son was the one who was in the accident where the driver ended up in a retention pond and I was wondering if there is a way to get and of the good Samaritan’s and the firefighters who were literally there out of wanting to help and not even called to be there, who arrived first on scene and essentially saved my son this morning then left before I could adequately thank them. If they are reading this, thank you truly from the bottom of my heart. What happened was a complete fluke accident and he is thankfully completely fine minus a couple scratches. The people who helped him get out of that car were very kind to do so and, according to my son, very kind to him as well. Big shout out to the police who helped us, and the tow truck drivers, actually pretty much everyone who was there was just amazing and I am so thankful my boy is okay and safe at home. The car can be replaced. Thank you to everyone who helped, if you’re reading this. Sorry, just wanted to say that somewhere somebody might actually see it. I would love to know how to get ahold of the people that left the scene before I arrived, though. Thank you.

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  2. David Says:

    Have you guys heard about the upcoming remodel of Everett Mall. Usually you post stories like this. Seattle Daily Journal Of Commerce broke the news on Thursday. It also shows on the Everett active land use projects.

    https://pw.everettwa.gov/eTRAKiT/viewAttachment.aspx?Group=PROJECT&ActivityNo=REVII22-034&key=EPRS%3a220614121211922

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    • myeverettnews Says:

      Yes, one of the principals from Brixton spoke at the Everett City Council meeting Wednesday as they have some concerns over what is happening with the Days Inn and how that may impact new tenant sidnings. I’m giving him until tomorrow to get back to me.

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