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Everett City Council Declines To Accept Federal Grant For Up To 16 New Police Officers

August 27, 2020

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Last night a motion in front of the Everett City Council to approve acceptance of a Federal grant for six million dollars to fund salaries and benefits for up to 16 new Everett Police officers did not advance to a vote after a motion to approve submitted by councilmember Scott Bader failed to get a […]

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Everett City Council Adds Listen By Phone Option For Meetings

April 1, 2020

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Because of social distancing requirements the City Council in Everett, Washington has been meeting remotely. The public has been invited to watch online or on TV but now there is a third way to observe. if you want to comment, that has to be done by email. Here’s more. The City of Everett’s weekly city […]

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Process To Appoint District Commission Continues Wednesday Night At Everett City Council

May 28, 2019

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Here are the names and neighborhoods of the people who applied to be on the commission that will draw up the first ever boundaries for Everett City Council districts. There are 44 applicants from 18 Everett, Washington neighborhoods. Each current Everett City Council member and the Mayor will select one one commissioner and those eight […]

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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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