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Everett May Allow Hotel Signs at The Top of Buildings in Downtown Area

September 1, 2014

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Currently the City of Everett zoning code prohibits signage in the downtown Everett area above the street level. Recently developers of the newly opened Hampton Inn at Wall and West Marine View Drive and the developers of the proposed Courtyard by Marriott Hotel at Colby and Wall have asked the city to change the code […]

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Major Public Meeting on Future Vision for South Everett Set For Tuesday Night

April 28, 2014

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So what will south Everett look like in 2035? You may get a glimpse of that as well as the chance to put in your opinion at a special planning commission meeting tomorrow night. Everett’s planning commission and staff have invited south Everett residents to participate in what they are calling an interactive workshop at […]

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What Do You Think Everett, WA Should Look Like in 2035?

March 11, 2014

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[ad#Google Adsense-2] The City of Everett is inviting residents and business owners to describe how they want to see Everett, WA in 20 years. Meghan Pembroke, public information director from the City of Everett asked MyEverettNews.com to invite readers to a special meeting next week to envision what Everett will look like in 2035… What […]

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Everett Planning Commission Votes for Evergreen Way to be Revitalized, Redeveloped Around Swift Bus Rapid Transit

February 25, 2012

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Stretching from Everett’s “gateway” at 41st street and flowing south past the city limits toward Lynnwood, Evergreen Way is gearing for a major transformation as an economic engine and growth corridor for Everett’s future. At their recent meeting, the city’s planning commission voted unanimously to send the Evergreen Way Revitalization Plan including new zoning standards […]

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Is Everett a Sick Suburb or is the Damage Limited to Unincorporated Snohomish County?

August 31, 2011

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In this morning’s edition of Crosscut.com, Mark Hinshaw reviews how this area fared in the recent housing bust. It’s not a pretty picture…Regions such as Snohomish County that fell hard for developers’ dreams of remote housing projects are paying a severe price in foreclosures and short sales. The cruel market correction confirms the economic value […]

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