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Around the county: Darrington Summer Food Program starting

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Darrington: Summer Food Program startingDarrington’s Summer Food Program will be open to all comers this year, starting Wednesday and running through Aug. 5. Breakfast and lunch will be served Monday through Thursday in the cafeteria of Darrington Elementary School, 1085 Fir St. Breakfast will be served from 9:30 to 10 a.m., and lunch is served 12:30 to 1 p.m.
Everett: Council renews pot rulesThe Everett City Council has renewed an ordinance that effectively bans most medical marijuana facilities, including collective gardens and dispensaries. The council cited the fact that the Legislature hasn’t reconciled its medical marijuana and recreational marijuana statutes as the main reason why it didn’t let its ordinance expire June 30.
Several bills that would have addressed those discrepancies and created a revenue sharing system with local jurisdictions died in committee at the end of the previous legislative session.
The renewed ordinance does not have an expiration date.
Monroe: Water meeting scheduledThe Monroe water use efficiency program encourages saving measures. Monroe water customers are invited to see what measures are planned in the next several years to reduce the regional demand for water by about 2.5 percent by 2018.
People can come to a meeting set for 7 p.m. today at City Hall with questions and ideas.
Terrace: New parks directorJeff Betz has been named parks and recreation director for the city of Mountlake Terrace. Betz previously served as recreation manager. He joined the city staff in 2005.
Mukilteo: Join ‘Paws on Patrol’Mukilteo police are starting a program called “Paws on Patrol” to encourage folks to watch out for crime while walking their dogs. A training meeting is planned in early July.
More info:, 425-263-8100.
Mukilteo: Free safety classA free self-defense workshop is planned in Mukilteo on June 28. It’s a partnership between Mukilteo police and Inner Strength Self Defense.
The class for women and teens runs from 10 a.m. to noon at 9700 Harbour Place, Suite 218.
Mukilteo crime prevention officer Colt Davis will assist in teaching the class. Twenty spots are available. Participants will need to bring workout clothes, water and a towel, and sign a waiver.
Donations will be accepted for Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County.
To register, contact

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