Front Porch: What’s up near Silver Lake

Silver Lake: What’s up

The Silver Lake Action Committee invites neighbors and local businesses to learn about south Everett’s future in construction and business at 7 p.m. Thursday at Silver Lake Activity Center, 11525 19th Ave. S.E.

Special guest Bob Larson of the city’s planning department will review several local rezoning proposals, including the Everett parks property by the fire station.

The developer has applied for that property to become a retail business site.

Regular meetings are held at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month.

For more information, contact Silver Lake Action Committee by phone at 425-530-2722, by email, or go to [URL]www.Historic;[URL]

Partial lane closure of U.S. 2: The state Department of Transportation is planning one-lane closings of U.S. 2 at Rice Road in Sultan Monday and Tuesday.

The closure area is less than a mile, and it’s scheduled from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The closure is done so crews can do electrical work. Flaggers will be on site to help with traffic.

New TVW links: Anyone can now access live and archived video of Washington legislative committee hearings through links on the Legislature’s website at [/URL];[URL].

This new collaboration between the Legislature and the state public affairs television network will provide the public even greater access to the legislative process, TVW President Greg Lane said in a press release.

Specifically, the video links have been added to the bill information pages on the website. [/URL]

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