January 10, 2021

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City Of Everett To Host Virtual Chat And Forum on Housing

The City of Everett is inviting interested persons to participate in two different virtual events as the City works to address issues of adequate housing for all in Everett, Washington. Here are the invitations sent out last week. Rethink Housing is a multi-year effort to develop a community-wide housing action plan that will include strategies for […]

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January 9, 2021

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Couple Flees To Balcony To Escape 2-Alarm Apartment Fire In South Everett

Editor’s update Sunday 01/10 7:15AM: Everett Fire says a second group of people, two adults and one child were also rescued from a balcony by the crew of Aid 6. The damage estimate is estimated at $150,000.00. The fire remains under investigation. A couple and their dog had to take refuge on their balcony after […]

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January 9, 2021

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Free Document Shredding Event In Everett Monday

A reminder that there is a free document shredding event in the alley behind Attorney Rick Merrill’s office in the 3600 block of Colby behind “the little blue house.” Here’s the invite. Plan To Attend Our Annual FREE Shred and Food Drive Event on Monday, January 11th 2021 from 1 pm to 3 pm. This […]

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January 9, 2021

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Unsheltered Persons In Everett And Snohomish County Won’t Be Counted This Year

Snohomish County has announced that a major portion of the annual Point In Time Count that tries to determine the number of people living on the streets of our community will not be held this year due to COVID-19 concerns. Here’s the explanation sent out Friday from Snohomish County Human Services. The annual Point-In-Time Homeless […]

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January 8, 2021

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Everett Police Working On Roll Out Of Body Worn Cameras For Patrol Officers

Back in November we told you about the Everett City Council approving a grant to outfit police patrol officers in Everett, Washington with body worn cameras. At that time the hope was to deploy them by the end of the year. That process is taking a bit longer than expected and we checked in with […]

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January 7, 2021

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To Save Money Everett Exploring Regional Fire Authority With Tulalip And Snohomish

Wednesday night the Everett City Council voted to form a Fire Authority Planning Committee to explore the process that could lead to the formation of a Regional Fire Authority made up of the Everett Fire Department, Fire District 15 which serves the Tulalip area and Fire District 4 which serves the City of Snohomish and […]

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