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Everett Wants To Spend $165,000.00 On Digital Media To Promote Tourism

December 10, 2018

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On Wednesday, the Everett City Council will be asked to authorize the Mayor to spend $165,000.00 over the next twelve months on digital marketing campaigns targeting tourists in key markets. The Mayor wants the council to authorize a media spend of $136,000.00 in net media placements plus another $29,000.00 for service fees and research and […]

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Final Deliberations Set For Everett’s Half-A-Billion Dollar Budget For 2019

November 11, 2018

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Actually it’s more than half-a-billion, the full total is $618,984,772.00. On Wednesday the Everett City Council will hold the first of three readings of an ordinance setting the 2019 budget. A public hearing and final reading and vote on the ordinance is set for Wednesday November 28th. This is the first budget for Everett Mayor […]

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Everett Mayor Readies First Budget – Changes Look Of City Staffing

October 7, 2018

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Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin is about to present her first budget to the Everett City Council. In the lead-up to that the Mayor is presenting a revised organizational chart for city staffing with new departments and net staff reductions. In an address to the City Council on September 19th Mayor Franklin said in part, “It’s […]

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Everett To Take A Closer Look At Street Improvement Funds

April 12, 2018

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Wednesday night the Everett City Council received a briefing on the first budget amendment of the year. The city is carrying forward millions of dollars that were unspent in 2017. Among the carryovers is a little more than half a million dollars from a share of the motor vehicle fuel tax from Washington State as […]

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Overtime Expense Means More Aid Cars Instead Of Engines For Everett Fire Department

December 1, 2017

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Editor’s Update 9:45 PM: Paul Gagnon, President of the Everett Firefighters Union responded when asked by MyEverettNews.com for his thoughts about this action by the city. They follow at the end of this article. On Wednesday Interim Everett Fire Chief Tim Key was asked to explain to the Everett City Council budget committee the amount […]

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Everett Safe Streets Spending Doubles To $3.1 Million In 2017 From $1.5 Million in 2016

September 15, 2017

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Editor’s Note: We’ve been covering the Safe Streets Initiative since its inception a couple of years ago. As part of that coverage we want to present to you the discussion of costs about the project. Usually our articles are shorter with links to relevant documents but given the complexity of the subject we wanted to […]

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