June 14, 2019

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Congressman Larsen Backs Request For Additional Staff At Everett’s Busiest Fire Station

The busiest fire station in the city of Everett, Washington in terms of annual call volume is Station 6 which is located on Evergreen Way in south Everett. Last Saturday Congressman Rick Larsen toured the station and talked with crew members about what additional staffing would mean. Everett Fire has applied for a SAFER (Staffing […]

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June 13, 2019

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Everett Police Body Camera Pilot Project To Begin By End Of Year

Wednesday night Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman told members of the Everett City Council Public Safety Committee he sees body cameras becoming a staple of the police tool belt like handcuffs and radios. Templeman outlined an incremental implementation starting with a pilot program over a period of six to twelve months involving a squad of […]

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June 12, 2019

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Newest Members Of Everett Fire Department Introduced To City Council

The four newest members of the Everett Fire Department were introduced to the Everett City Council tonight. Here’s a bit about them. Four Everett Fire Department recruits graduated from the Snohomish County Fire Training Academy, Recruit Class 2019-01, on May 31. Chief Dave DeMarco will introduce Everett Fire’s newest graduated recruits to the Everett City […]

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June 12, 2019

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Everett Passes Emergency Moratorium On Supportive Housing In Residential Zones

Yesterday we ran a story on residents of the Port Gardner Neighborhood planning to give the Everett City Council a piece of their minds following a lease agreement between Housing Hope and the Everett School District for a surplus school play field to become supportive housing. The play field is in the 3600 block of […]

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June 11, 2019

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Port Gardner Residents Say Everett Has A “Supportive Housing” Loophole.

Editor’s Update Wednesday June 12th 4:00 PM: MyEverettNews.com received the following response from Sara Wilson at Housing Hope in regards to this story and I want to include that here. Leland Dart, Editor I want to address two pieces of misinformation that were included in the press release from Residents for Norton Playfield. I know […]

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June 11, 2019

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Cranes Arrive At Port Of Everett

Right on schedule the tug Michele Foss arrived at the Port of Everett with two new 100 foot cranes this morning. The bright green cranes were docked in a temporary spot and their orange bracing will be taken away. Later they will be moved upland for final adjustments and by the end of the year […]

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