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Brenda Stonecipher Chairs First City Council Meeting As President For 2021

January 14, 2021

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Last week the members of the Everett City Council voted Brenda Stonecipher as council President. The vote was unanimous with the exception of councilmember Vogeli abstaining. A council vice-president has not yet been chosen and council committee positions are currently the same as 2020 but that is subject to change. Wednesday night’s meeting began with […]

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Paul Roberts Announces Campaign For Re-Election To Everett City Council Position 1

December 21, 2020

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This in today as Paul Roberts becomes the first incumbent on the Everett City Council to formally announce to us he’s running in one of the five new City Council Districts in Everett, Washington. Roberts lives and is running in District 1 Here’s what his campaign sent. Councilmember Paul Roberts is seeking re-election to the […]

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With Ink Still Wet On Everett City Council Districts Map, Candidate Announcements Begin

October 22, 2020

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The 9 member Everett Districting Commission has completed their work and decided on a final layout of the five City Council Districts that will take effect next year. Next week the Everett City Council is expected to accept the District Map but one potential candidate isn’t waiting to announce her intention to run for District […]

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Citing Budget Woes Everett Mayor Offering Employees Early Retirement

March 19, 2020

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Social Distancing was on display at the Everett City Council chambers Wednesday night. It was a bit of a challenge for Everett City Council members as they began working out the details of how to hold a city council meeting with half the council present in the council chambers and the other half on the […]

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Red Light Cameras, More Marijuana Stores Top Public Safety Committee Agenda

October 8, 2019

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A couple of years ago the Everett City Council brought back committees to allow small groups of council members to discuss and gather information on topics that may later be brought before the entire council for action. Sometimes ideas discussed in committees are brought forward and other times they are not. This Wednesday afternoon the […]

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Everett City Council Votes To Oppose $30 Car Tab Initiative I-976

September 5, 2019

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Initiative I-976 is on the fall ballot. Known as the “Bring Back Our $30 Car Tabs” the law would limit annual motor vehicle license fees to $30, except voter-approved charges, repeal and remove authority to impose certain vehicle taxes and charges; and base vehicle taxes on Kelley Blue Book. You can see the full text […]

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