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Everett Looks To Expand Land Acknowledgment Into Public Art Piece

February 6, 2022

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In August of 2021 the Everett City Council developed a land acknowledgment in a partnership with the Tulalip Tribes. It is now read at the beginning of all council meetings. At their Wednesday meeting councilmembers will hear a proposal to apply for an arts matching grant award from the National Endowment for the Arts. There […]

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Everett City Council Retreat Friday – Public Can Watch But Not Participate

January 27, 2022

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It has been a historic time for the City Council in Everett, Washington as representation by District gets underway. It’s also the first time in recent memory four new councilmembers have joined at the same time. On Friday (Jan 28th) the Council will hold its annual retreat. It’s designed for Councilmembers to have an extended […]

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Brenda Stonecipher Again Elected President Of Everett City Council

January 5, 2022

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In their first official business meeting of the year the Everett City Council unanimously elected Brenda Stonecipher as President of the City Council and Mayor Pro Tem for 2022. Stonecipher held that same position in 2021 and in nominating her as President this year councilmember Judy Tuohy stressed the need for experienced leadership at the […]

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Wednesday Marks Last Male Majority Meeting For Everett City Council

December 21, 2021

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Tomorrow (December 22nd) is the last scheduled meeting of 2021 for the City Council in Everett, Washington. It is also the last time that body will have a male majority. Following the results of the 2020 General Election that included the defeat of Paul Roberts by Mary Fosse and the decision by Scott Murphy, Scott […]

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Citizens Needed To Update Everett City Council District Boundaries (Seriously)

December 9, 2021

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Yes, while the new City Council members elected this past November in Everett, Washington have yet to be sworn in, it’s time to set up another Districting Commission to adjust the City Council District boundaries. It’s a process that will happen now every ten years following the Decennial Census. Here’s more information and a link […]

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Everett City Council Talks Homeless Hotel, Red Light Cameras, Park Fees, Taxes, Budget, ARPA

November 17, 2021

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It was a busy agenda for the Everett City Council Wednesday night with the meeting starting an hour earlier than usual to accommodate all of the items. Here are a few highlights from the meeting. On November 9th The Herald newspaper published an article that Snohomish County had entered into a contract with a real […]

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