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Is Once A Week Too Often For Everett City Council Meetings?

May 9, 2016


In January, the Everett City Council and Mayor each appointed citizens to the Everett Charter Review Committee. Since mid-February these volunteers have been meeting weekly to determine if there should be changes to the Everett City Charter. The committee considered several items including breaking up the city into council districts where some members of the […]

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Time For City Council Districts in Everett?

March 14, 2016


City Council Districts by geography have been implemented in several Puget Sound cities and now the City of Everett Charter Review Committee is taking a look. The committee recently heard from only three people at its public hearing but that was enough to get the process moving. Last September one of the people now serving […]

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Everett Public Facilities District and Charter Review Committee Seek Applicants

December 29, 2015

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The City of Everett is looking for people interested in making Everett a better place. Both the Public Facilities Board that oversees Xfinity Arena and the Charter Review Committee have openings. Here’s what you need to know if you’d like to apply… The City of Everett is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the […]

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Everett Charter Review Commission Seeks Volunteers

November 23, 2015

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Editor’s Update 4:30 PM Nov. 25th: In our original posting on November 23rd there was an error which we need to fix regarding how the committee is chosen. Here’s an email just received from Meghan Pembroke at the City of Everett… According to Sec 16.5 Periodic review of Charter. ……..the committee shall be composed of […]

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