Tag Archives: Port of Everett

Simpson Sworn In As Port Commissioner

December 3, 2019

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With the certification of the General election complete, David Simpson has been sworn in as the latest Commissioner for the Port of Everett. On November 27, Port of Everett Commissioner-elect David Simpson was sworn into service to represent the citizens in the District 1 seat. Simpson was elected to complete the two-year balance of former […]

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Lefeber Breaks Glass Ceiling As First Female CEO In Port Of Everett’s 100 Year History

August 15, 2019

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This in yesterday from the Port of Everett Commissioners. On August 13, the Port of Everett Commission voted 3-0 to approve a contract naming the Port’s Deputy Executive Director Lisa Lefeber the next CEO, effective October 16, 2019. Lefeber is the first female to be selected for this top leadership role in the Port’s 100-year […]

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Port Of Everett CEO Reardanz To Step Down In October, Lefeber Expected To Become CEO

July 22, 2019

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Word in that Port of Everett CEO Les Reardanz will be stepping down in October. Here’s the official announcement.  In a special Port Commission meeting on July 22, Port CEO Les Reardanz announced he would be leaving the Port in October to move back to Bellingham to focus on his aging parents and expanded military […]

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Cranes Arrive At Port Of Everett

June 11, 2019

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Right on schedule the tug Michele Foss arrived at the Port of Everett with two new 100 foot cranes this morning. The bright green cranes were docked in a temporary spot and their orange bracing will be taken away. Later they will be moved upland for final adjustments and by the end of the year […]

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Port Votes To Condemn Kimberly-Clark Site, Explains Why

June 5, 2019

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In front of a packed house Tuesday evening the Port of Everett Commissioners voted unanimously to condemn the property along the Everett Waterfront where the Kimberly-Clark plane once stood. That move blocks the sale of the property by Kimberly-Clark to a maritime partnership that wanted to use the property for cold storage, fish processing, fleet […]

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Port Adding Two Cranes To South Terminal Along Everett Waterfront

May 19, 2019

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The view of the waterfront in Everett, Washington is going to get a change this summer with the addition of two 100-foot cranes at the Port of Everett’s south terminal. Here’s more detail from Lisa Lefeber with the Port. Last week Foss Maritime departed the Port of Everett enroute to the Port of Los Angeles […]

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