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Published: Tuesday, February 26, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Front Porch: Call hotline to report graffiti

With the weather warming up, the city of Everett expects to see an increase in graffiti.
The city encourages people to report it to the Graffiti Hotline at 425-257-8748.
Callers should be prepared to provide information including address or property location, including major landmarks. Residential properties hit with graffiti may be eligible for free removal of graffiti.
For information on that program, call the Graffiti Hotline.
Seattle archbishop at Monroe conference
Seattle Archbishop J. Peter Sartain plans to speak at a Seattle men's conference Saturday called "Iron Sharpens Iron."
The conference will take place at Saint Mary of the Valley Catholic Church, 601 W. Columbia St., Monroe, under the sponsorship of the church's men's study group.
The cost of the conference is $40 and includes lunch. It last all day with the archbishop scheduled to speak at 1 p.m.
More info: www.seattlemensconference.org/default.html.
Author at Edmonds Library
Author Mary Daheim, a prolific author of historical romances and mysteries, plans to talk to the Friends of the Edmonds Library at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Edmonds Library, 650 Main St.
Daheim is expected to talk about her recent books. The meeting includes a coffee social and guest speaker. Everyone is welcome.
More info: www.edmondsfriends.org.
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