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Advisory Committee Says City Of Everett Government Not Fiscally Sustainable, Calls For Dramatic Action, Shared Pain

December 2, 2020

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As the Everett City Council gets set to vote of the 2021 budget this evening the City of Everett administration today issued the final report from a 13-member Fiscal Sustainability Advisory Committee convened by Mayor Cassie Franklin. The report offered 24 recommendations for the Mayor and City Council to further explore to address the City’s […]

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Everett Budget Deficit Jumps From $13 Million To $18 Million For 2021

August 13, 2020

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Prior to the COVID-19 Pandemic the City of Everett, Washington was facing a $13 million dollar budget deficit for 2021. Today during a public Question and Answer session on social media, Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin revealed that gap has grown to $18 million dollars. Back in April the Everett City Council voted approval of $3.4 […]

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A Simple Sunny Sunday In Everett, Washington

July 26, 2020

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Instead of a story I thought we’d let these pictures from downtown Everett and the Port of Everett on a Sunday afternoon say a couple thousand words for us. Just a reminder how great it can be in Everett, Washington. Click photo to enlarge.

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Kay Barnes Named Equity Manager For Everett, Washington

July 13, 2020

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Word in from Mayor Cassie Franklin that she has selected Kay Barnes as Equity Manager for the City of Everett, Washington. I’m very pleased to announce Kay Barnes has accepted a position as the City’s new equity manager. Kay has been employed with the City since 2006 as part of our human resources team. She […]

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Everett Mayor Tried To Give Extra Paid Holiday To City Employees Without Council Notice Or Approval

July 6, 2020

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On June 19th Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin wrote a memo to all city of Everett employees that included the following: Dear City Team Members, Today is Juneteenth, a day that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. It’s a time to remind ourselves of the promises of freedom, equality and opportunity that are […]

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Everett Drops Plastic Bag Ban, Bus Fares, Late Fees On Utilities

March 25, 2020

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In an Everett City Council meeting held with all of the council members in remote locations, three emergency ordinances were presented by the City administration and approved by council members. Here’s the rundown. Everett City Council today approved three emergency actions to help mitigate the health, safety and financial impacts of COVID-19: 1). A civil […]

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