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Update: Half of Everett City Council Incumbents Unopposed

May 17, 2019

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Editor’s Update 5:30 PM: Two of the four Everett City Council incumbents gained challengers today. In Position 4 Marian LaFountaine has filed to run against Liz Vogeli In Position 5 Joseph Erikson has filed to run against Scott Bader Both will be for two-year terms. Brenda Stonecipher and Judy Tuohy did not attract any challengers […]

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Filing Now Open In Everett For 4 City Council Seats, 2 Port Commission Seats

May 13, 2019

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While many people have announced their candidacy, today it becomes real as candidates can officially file for local office through Friday at the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office. Within the Everett city limits there are two Port Commission Positions open. As far as the Everett City Council goes, four of the seven seats on the City […]

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Bader Voted In As New Everett City Council President

January 3, 2019

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In what may be the quickest meeting of the year the Everett City Council got their business handled in just fourteen minutes Wednesday night. The major action was a unanimous vote, with council members Moore and Murphy absent, electing Scott Bader as President of the Everett City Council. Bader had served as vice-president under Paul […]

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Another View Of Clinics, Social Services In Metro Everett

August 22, 2018

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Publisher’s Note: After our Monday story on the options given to Everett City Council for clinics in Metro Everett I received the following note: As always, I appreciate the vast time and effort you put into your site. I thought your new piece about Metro Everett clinic zoning is the most unfairly slanted article you’ve […]

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Busy Night For Everett City Council

August 1, 2018

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The Everett City Council had a full night starting with a budget committee meeting that revealed the city still has a shortfall of 1.15 million dollars in the projected budget for next year. That shortfall remains even after plans to raise revenues and cut expenses by doing things including: Charging a Registration Fee for alarm […]

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Vote On City Council Districts To Be On November Ballot In Everett, Washington

July 11, 2018

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While the folks at Everett Districts Now may not have collected enough signatures to get their districting measure on the fall ballot as an initiative they did manage to score a victory in getting the Everett City Council to place a districting measure before voters this fall. It wasn’t exactly a complete victory as the […]

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