July 13, 2019

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PUD Offers Post Earthquake Update

The Snohomish PUD put out the following update yesterday on the heels of that 4.6 magnitude earthquake. We’re passing along the update as it also includes a great list of what you may need to survive an emergency whether caused by an earthquake, wind storm or other disaster. We’re guessing a few people may be […]

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July 13, 2019

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Everett Included In Snohomish County Burn Ban Starting Monday

While we’ve had some rain, conditions are still ripe for grass and brush fires and the Snohomish County Fire Marshal has issued a burn ban starting Monday. Here’s more. Due to high fire danger and expected hot and dry weather conditions, the Snohomish County Fire Marshal has announced an outdoor burning ban for the unincorporated […]

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July 12, 2019

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Earthquake Shakes Everett Awake

4:00 AM Update: The earthquake magnitude has been adjusted to 4.6 with an aftershock at 3.5 a few minutes later. Epicenter in the Three Lakes area near Monroe. Initial update 3:21 AM: Lots of reports in from folks awakened by an earthquake this morning. Early indications from USGS show a 4.4 magnitude quake east of […]

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July 11, 2019

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Everett City Council Votes To Keep Moratorium On Supportive Housing

Wednesday night the Everett City Council voted unanimously to maintain a ban on any new supportive housing projects in single family zones while asking the planning commission to consider the impacts of how supportive housing fits into residential neighborhoods. (City Council member Jeff Moore recused himself from the issue as he is employed by the […]

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July 10, 2019

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City Councilmember Asks Port Of Everett To Stop Collecting Parking Fees, Port Declines

Earlier this month Everett City Councilmember Brenda Stonecipher sent a letter to the Port of Everett CEO and Commissioners asking them to stop charging a $2.00 fee for parking to attend events such as the Everett Farmers Market on Sunday and the Music at the Marina concerts on Thursdays. Here’s an excerpt from her letter. […]

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July 9, 2019

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County Looking For Public Input On Light Rail Stations South Of Everett

No it is not going to be here for some time but planning is going on in earnest and Snohomish County wants your input now on potential locations for light rail stations. Here more from Snohomish County Public Works. ┬áIn preparation for the arrival of light rail, Snohomish County is kicking off a series of […]

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