Arlington: Bid OK’d for 2013 bridge replacement
The Snohomish County Council on Wednesday approved a nearly $2.2 million bid to replace Jim Creek Bridge along Jordan Road east of downtown Arlington.
The bid from Interwest Construction, Inc. was more than 10 percent lower than the nearly $2.5 million the county estimated the work would cost.
The project, which is scheduled to begin in 2013, includes widening the road and making it easier to see vehicles coming in the opposite direction.
The concrete bridge near Snohomish County’s River Meadows Park dates from 1914. Originally built for two-lane traffic, it’s now restricted to one alternating lane because of today’s larger vehicles.
More info: www.snoco.org, search for “roads central” and look up Jim Creek Bridge No. 2 under “current road &bridge projects.”
Marysville: Coffee with the Mayor
Residents and business owners are invited to meet with Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring for coffee and conversation Thursday at the Marysville and North County YMCA.
The coffee klatch is set from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and will be hosted by the YMCA’s Youth Development Center located at 6420 60th Drive NE. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
Those who are interested in attending need to RSVP by 5 p.m. Tuesday to deputy city clerk April O’Brien at 360-363-8077 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More info: www.marysvillewa.gov.
Mountlake Terrace: Exhibit from Josey Wise
The Mountlake Terrace Arts Advisory Commission presents the Josey Wise Exhibit at the Mountlake Terrace Library, 23300 58th Ave. W. The exhibit features oil paintings by Northwest artist Josey Wise.
Wise uses strong colors and expressive strokes to create an image that is representative and slightly abstract. Originally from western Montana, Wise enjoys working from nature as an inspiration. This may include landscapes, flora and fauna.
Josey and her husband Marc are owners of WiseDesignz Framing &Gallery and live in Everett with their children Sid and Saylor.
The Mountlake Terrace Arts Advisory Commission oversees the library exhibits as part of its mission to promote cultural events in the community.
The show runs through Nov. 30 at the Mountlake Terrace Library, 23300 58th Ave. W.