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Snohomish County government

Hearing to focus on tax proposal to battle heroin, homelessness

EVERETT — Faced with a growing heroin crisis and complaints about property crimes, some of Snohomish County's top elected leaders are planning to ask voters to approve a new criminal justice sales tax.The countywide proposal for a 0.2 percent increase would appear

Date: 05/03/2016 | Local News

Former exec Reardon fined for ‘egregious’ campaign violations

OLYMPIA — Aaron Reardon, the former Snohomish County executive who resigned in 2013 after a series of scandals, was fined $4,200 Thursday for repeatedly violating campaign laws in the 2011 election.

Date: 04/28/2016 | Local News

Terminal drawings unveiled

Plan could bring passenger service to Paine Field in 2017

Date: 04/28/2016 | Local News

Join a growing movement

April is all about trees, so do your part and plant a native one

Date: 04/28/2016 | Home and Garden

A revolution for its time

Boeing 247 makes final flight to Seattle museum (gallery, video)

Date: 04/26/2016 | Local News

Giving Dunshee’s seat to Lovick would benefit Dems in November

Election politics are certain to be on the minds of Snohomish County Councilmembers when they fill the state House seat vacated this week by Democrat Hans Dunshee.

Date: 04/20/2016 | The Petri Dish

Appointed to County Council, Dunshee resigns from state House

OLYMPIA — Snohomish County Councilman Hans Dunshee has resigned from the state House of Representatives and the process to fill his seat has started.Dunshee submitted his resignation letter to Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday, the same day the governor signed the supplemental...

Date: 04/20/2016 | Local News

County settles suit for $250K over records related to jail suicide

EVERETT — Snohomish County agreed Monday to pay a quarter-million dollars to settle a public-records lawsuit brought by the family of a woman who died at the jail.It's the third legal payout in less than two years related to mishandling of public records requests at...

Date: 04/19/2016 | Local News

Clues in murder case: Blood, video and cellphone movement

OSO — A missing Oso couple presumed dead were afraid of their former next-door neighbor, John Reed, court papers show.Reed and his brother are suspected of killing Patrick Shunn and Monique...

Date: 04/18/2016 | Local News


A New York cop opts for life in a slower lane, in Sultan

Date: 04/18/2016 | Local News

Briefs: Snohomish County exec hires new manager for external relations

Snohomish County exec hires new manager for external relationsSnohomish County Executive Dave Somers has hired Lacey Harper to manage the county's external relations, including with other governments, businesses, nonprofits and educational institutions.

Date: 04/18/2016 | Bizblog

County to celebrate expansion of Centennial Trail

SNOHOMISH — Snohomish County's political leaders see a promising road ahead after completing the purchase of a 12-mile extension of the Centennial Trail.To mark the milestone,...

Date: 04/14/2016 | Local News

Lawsuit says Koster's rights were violated when he was ousted

SEATTLE — Controversy over how John Koster was abruptly ousted in 2014 as Snohomish County's first ombudsman has now blossomed into a federal civil rights lawsuit.Lawyers for Koster this week...

Date: 04/09/2016 | Local News

PUD commissioners approve individual meter readers

EVERETT — Snohomish County PUD commissioners approved plans Tuesday to read every customer's meter each month as part of a solution to problems created last fall when the district switched to a new billing system.Completely...

Date: 04/06/2016 | Local News

PUD to consider monthly meter readings in costly billing fix

EVERETT — The Snohomish County PUD is considering a markedly old-school solution to billing problems created after switching to a new system last fall.

Date: 04/05/2016 | Local News

Snohomish Health District considers drug take-back plan

The Snohomish Health District is considering a plan to require pharmaceutical companies to pay for the safe disposal of unused over-the-counter and prescription medications beginning next year.Now the public gets its chance to say what they think of it.

Date: 04/05/2016 | Local News

‘One issue after another’

The hectic first months of a new county executive

Date: 04/03/2016 | Local News

Unexpectedly, number of flu cases continues to rise

The arrival of spring usually marks the ending of influenza season. Not this year."The numbers are still increasing," said Dr. Gary Goldbaum, health officer for the Snohomish Health...

Date: 04/01/2016 | Local News

Better, but less than normal

Results of the annual water-supply snowpack survey

Date: 03/30/2016 | Local News

Protect kids from e-cigarettes

While the safety and effectiveness of vaping products as a way to wean smokers from tobacco will continue to be debated, more has to be done to limit the access that children and youths have to e-cigarettes and the "e-juice" used in vaping devices.At least 61...

Date: 03/30/2016 | Editorials

Tax break for new construction meant to fuel growth of jobs

EVERETT — County leaders have decided to allow a 10-year tax break for companies that bring new jobs to manufacturing and industrial areas around Snohomish County.To qualify, businesses must build a new operation or expand an existing one and add at least 25 jobs...

Date: 03/28/2016 | Local News

Civil charges against former County Executive Reardon stand

OLYMPIA — An attorney for Aaron Reardon failed Thursday to get civil charges tossed out, accusing the former Snohomish County Executive of repeatedly violating campaign laws in the 2011 election.The state Public Disclosure Commission voted unanimously to

Date: 03/25/2016 | Local News

Transit ballot measure would extend rail to Everett — in 2041

SEATTLE — Snohomish County's political leaders had mixed reactions Thursday when Sound Transit unveiled light-rail plans that would reach Everett via the industrial area around Paine Field, but not for...

Date: 03/24/2016 | Local News

Aaron Reardon lawyer says civil charges should be dismissed

OLYMPIA — An attorney for Aaron Reardon says civil charges accusing the former Snohomish County Executive of repeatedly violating campaign laws during the 2011 election should be dismissed because the...

Date: 03/22/2016 | Local News

Homes along Pilchuck aren’t the problem

Regarding Mr. William Lider’s March 14, letter, “Home developers caused problem,” clearly, he is divorced from the reality of our situation and our community.

Date: 03/21/2016 | Commentary

Paine Field mechanic faces no charges after engine scrapped

PAINE FIELD — A mechanic at Paine Field, the airport owned by Snohomish County, recently was accused of heading into work on a holiday, removing the engine from a surplus fire truck and selling it for scrap.The sheriff's office didn't pursue criminal charges, but the...

Date: 03/18/2016 | Local News

Briefs: Snohomish County PUD to open new Lynnwood offices

Snohomish County PUD to open new Lynnwood officesThe new Snohomish PUD office building in Lynnwood will open to the public on April 4. The public is invited to visit the building to see the offices. The new building, located at 21014 63rd Ave, W, will be the...

Date: 03/18/2016 | Bizblog

'We're serious'

Snohomish County clerks walk out over wages

Date: 03/14/2016 | Local News

ATS hires outsider to oversee commercial strategy

EVERETT — Aviation Technical Services (ATS) has hired Paul Dolan to oversee the company’s commercial strategy.

Date: 03/14/2016 | Aerospace Blog

Drug take-back, disposal program proposed for pharmaceutical companies

EVERETT — The Snohomish Health District could require pharmaceutical companies to pay for the safe disposal of consumers’ unused medications beginning next year.

Date: 03/14/2016 | Local News

Windstorm whips Puget Sound region; 1 dies in Seattle

EVERETT — A strong windstorm swept into the Pacific Northwest on Sunday, knocking down trees all across the region and cutting power to thousands.

Date: 03/13/2016 | Local News

Play about foster care system hits close to county prosecutor’s heart

Snohomish County deputy prosecutor Adam Cornell enjoys good theater, and that's why he joined the Seattle Repertory Theatre's trustee board a few years ago.In that role, Cornell was pleased when artistic director Braden Abraham chose to direct a play with a subject close to...

Date: 03/11/2016 | Entertainment

County Council to continue work on small alcohol businesses

EVERETT — The Snohomish County Council is to continue discussions about crafting regulations to operate small-scale breweries, wineries and distilleries on rural property.

Date: 03/10/2016 | Local News

Strong wind knocks out power, downs trees, starts fires

LYNNWOOD — Wind gusting to nearly 60 mph knocked down trees and power lines around Snohomish County and sparked at least two fires Thursday morning.Lynnwood was hit particularly hard.

Date: 03/10/2016 | Local News

Your ideas needed for better county government

Without a doubt, your vote counts.And you'll be asked to cast that vote on May 24 for Washington state's presidential primary, then again in the Aug. 2 primary election and the Nov. 8 general election.But your ideas and your opinions count, too, and those are...

Date: 03/10/2016 | Editorials

County Council approves plan to buy 12-mile rail corridor

EVERETT — Snohomish County has revived plans to buy a 12-mile stretch of the Eastside Rail Corridor between Snohomish and Woodinville.The Port of Seattle owns the property. Port commissioners agreed Tuesday to the $3.5 million sale. That followed the County Council's...

Date: 03/09/2016 | Local News

Charter reviewers consider changes to county government

EVERETT — The brainstorming has begun. A group of elected commissioners is pondering ways to alter the size, shape and function of Snohomish County government.Charter Review commissioners have...

Date: 03/08/2016 | Local News

County Council ratifies 4-year contract with AFSCME

EVERETT — A new four-year contract covering Snohomish County's largest public sector union was ratified unanimously Monday by the County Council.The approval was widely anticipated after union members...

Date: 03/08/2016 | Local News

Trees and owners need greater protection

Regarding The Herald's Feb. 1 acticle, "No rules: Their land development may harm your tree's roots":Since early 2015, Pacific Ridge Housing has been constructing a housing development to be...

Date: 03/08/2016 | Commentary

Court ruling opens a path for commercial flights at Paine Field

EVERETT — A federal court has denied an appeal by the city of Mukilteo and others who are trying to stop regular commercial passenger flights from coming to Paine Field.The ruling announced Friday cleared the biggest remaining legal hurdle for a company looking to...

Date: 03/05/2016 | Local News

Union accepts new labor contract with Snohomish County government

EVERETT — Workers from Snohomish County’s largest public sector union voted Thursday evening to accept a new labor contract, ending an impasse that had dragged on for more than a year.

Date: 03/04/2016 | Local News

Medical Examiner’s Office, manager settle bias suit

EVERETT — A manager in the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office has agreed to drop a lawsuit against her employer after the sides reached a settlement last month.

Date: 03/04/2016 | Local News

Second Boeing KC-46 tanker takes flight

EVERETT — The Boeing Co.'s second KC-46A aerial refueling tanker flew for the first time Thursday. The airplane flew from Paine Field in Everett to Boeing Field in Seattle.The tanker is the program's fourth test airplane. The others are the first tanker and two planes...

Date: 03/03/2016 | Aerospace Blog

Work to begin on replacement bridge in Bothell

BOTHELL — A bridge-replacement project on Locust Way over Swamp Creek is slated to begin in early June.The start date was scheduled after nearby schools let out for the year, according to county public works engineer Larry Brewer. Construction is expected to wrap up in the fall.

Date: 03/03/2016 | Local News

Experts to testify on Frognal Estates subdivision project

EVERETT — Hearings are being held a 112-home subdivision proposed for the last large tract of developable land in unincorporated southwest Snohomish County.

Date: 03/03/2016 | Local News

Dunshee sworn in as county councilman

OLYMPIA — State Rep. Hans Dunshee was sworn in at 4:40 p.m. Wednesday as a Snohomish County councilman by state Supreme Court Justice Mary Fairhurst.The ceremony took place at Fairhurst’s office in the Temple of Justice.

Date: 03/02/2016 | Local News

Last flight for first 727

Restored plane flies from Everett to Seattle museum (video)

Date: 03/02/2016 | Local News

Wind cuts power to some 16,000 Snohomish County homes

MARYSVILLE — A wind storm in Western Washington on Tuesday afternoon knocked out power to roughly 16,000 homes in Snohomish County.

Date: 03/01/2016 | Local News

Snohomish County Council picks Dunshee to replace Somers

EVERETT — State Rep. Hans Dunshee is preparing for a new stage in his lengthy political career after the Snohomish County Council appointed him Monday as its fifth member.

Date: 02/29/2016 | Local News

Boeing 727 prototype’s final flight scheduled for Wednesday

EVERETT — You can literally watch history take flight at Paine Field this week — weather permitting.

Date: 02/29/2016 | Aerospace Blog

With monthly bills comes sticker shock for many PUD customers

EVERETT — The Snohomish County PUD's switch to monthly billing late last year has caused an uproar with many ratepayers who say their bills have spiked since the switch.PUD officials say customers are...

Date: 02/28/2016 | Local News

First Boeing 727 to fly again

Museum is next stop for jet restored in Everett (gallery)

Date: 02/26/2016 | Local News

Trading gray cities for green

As any Northwestern knows from experience, a good rain has a cleansing effect.But that cleansing results in impacts downstream, literally.Every acre of land in our cities covered by impervious surfaces — roads, parking lots, sidewalks and roofs —...

Date: 02/26/2016 | Editorials

Layoffs loom as Snohomish Co. Sheriff’s Office faces deep cuts

EVERETT — Some unfinished work on Snohomish County’s budget has raised the specter of layoffs at the sheriff’s office and in other county departments.

Date: 02/22/2016 | Local News

Grounded for 25 years, first Boeing 727 gets ready to fly

EVERETT — The first Boeing 727 is almost ready to take to the sky again. It is tentatively scheduled to take off from Paine Field outside Everett for Boeing Field in Seattle on March 1.

Date: 02/21/2016 | Aerospace Blog

Snohomish County Council choice dividing Democrats

EVERETT — A partisan appointment to the Snohomish County Council is shaping up as a clash of personalities — and once again creating divisions within the Democratic Party.

Date: 02/21/2016 | Local News

Preserve access to public records

Lawmakers may yet find a way to honor the provisions of the 1972 state Public Records Act while protecting cities, counties and other local agencies from unreasonable costs in fulfilling requests for public documents. But a House Bill that, as written, would allow governments to spend...

Date: 02/21/2016 | Editorials

County's new tree rules offer greater protection

Snohomish County has long been a leader in environmental protections, having adopted regulations as stringent as any in the nation. So I was surprised by a recent guest commentary in The Herald claiming new tree...

Date: 02/20/2016 | Commentary

Higher assessed values, higher tax bills in Snohomish County

EVERETT — Property taxes have risen slightly this year for most Snohomish County homeowners.Expect an average rise of 1.9 percent in unincorporated areas, 4.2 percent in Everett and 2.4 percent in Marysville. The county treasurer expects to mail tax statements on Saturday.

Date: 02/19/2016 | Local News

Reardon's lawyer says he hopes to settle election-law charges

OLYMPIA — A lawyer for Aaron Reardon has told state officials he'll try to reach a settlement of civil charges that the former Snohomish County executive repeatedly violated election laws."I hope we can resolve it," Edmonds attorney Jim Johanson said in a...

Date: 02/19/2016 | Local News

Garbage-enforcing sheriff's deputies will return to the beat

EVERETT — Snohomish County has revived a program that assigns sheriff's deputies to enforce rules for commercial trash haulers.The program was active from 2009 to 2014, then discontinued over staffing and budget issues. By bringing it back, solid waste officials hope...

Date: 02/19/2016 | Local News

Charter Review Commission to hear from council member, judges Wednesday

The Snohomish County Charter Review Commission will hear from a county council member, a Superior Court judge and South District Court Judge Beth Fraser at a commission meeting Wednesday.

Date: 02/16/2016 | South County Politics

County, union reach tentative deal; vote set for March 3

EVERETT — A tentative contract agreement portends a sunnier forecast for labor relations between the Snohomish County government and members of its largest public-sector union.The situation grew ominous in December, when members from the union that represents more than...

Date: 02/15/2016 | Local News

Bill on Boeing tax breaks rejected

OLYMPIA — For the second straight year, an attempt to put more strings on the state’s generous tax breaks to the Boeing Co. has failed.

Date: 02/15/2016 | Local News

Updated homeless count reveals steep rise in Snohomish County

EVERETT — Updated numbers from last month’s Point in Time count give a fuller picture of the rise in the area’s homeless population.

Date: 02/14/2016 | Local News

Edmonds woman will share path of widowhood in her new book

It’s been nearly seven years, but Bridget Clawson is still learning to be a widow.“I look back every now and then, and I can see how I have learned, grown, tried and failed ... and tried again,” she writes in an excerpt from “The Widow Lessons.”

Date: 02/14/2016 | Julie Muhlstein

County's new rules favor developers over protection of big trees

The anguish of property owner Roberta Johnson, stepping out from her forest paradise into the wet gloom of newly scraped earth, was well-described in Noah Haglund's front page article on Feb. 1 ("Root Issues of...

Date: 02/14/2016 | Commentary

Accident causes power outage near Paine Field

EVERETT — A traffic accident on Airport Road knocked out power to about 2,300 Snohomish County Public Utility District customers Wednesday morning.At about 10 a.m., a single car hit a transformer box on the west corner of Airport Road and Beverly Park Road.

Date: 02/10/2016 | Local News

Snohomish County settles suit in alleged tear gas death for $1M

EVERETT — Snohomish County reached a $1 million settlement this month to end a lawsuit that sought to link a Darrington man's death to the disposal of tear gas canisters used by sheriff's deputies for training.Michael Vincent, 67, died about three weeks after

Date: 02/09/2016 | Local News

Politics behind attacks on state's Clean Energy Fund

Washington state's Clean Energy Fund shows that this corner of the nation is committed to developing the energy technologies needed by 21st-century industry. The state Legislature wisely voted last session to renew this critical initiative.But the fund is not without fierce...

Date: 02/07/2016 | Commentary

Palumbo favored for Somers' former County Council seat

EVERETT — Guy Palumbo earned Democrats' support Saturday as their top pick to fill Executive Dave Somers' former seat on the Snohomish County Council.But it's up to county council members to make the final selection. State Rep. Hans Dunshee, who finished second to...

Date: 02/06/2016 | Local News

Democrats to nominate 3 for Somers' County Council seat

EVERETT — Hans Dunshee, a 20-year veteran of the state House, is facing spirited competition for an open seat on the Snohomish County Council.A key step in the appointment process comes to a head Saturday, when Democratic Party officers are prepared to pick three...

Date: 02/05/2016 | Local News

New alcohol rules on tap

Proposal would affect small-scale brewers, distillers, vintners

Date: 02/05/2016 | Local News

Deputy won’t be charged in fatal incident in Monroe

EVERETT — Snohomish County Prosecutor Mark Roe has declined to file criminal charges against a sheriff’s deputy who shot a suicidal man last year near Monroe.

Date: 02/03/2016 | Local News

Lawmakers seek solutions to public records request abuses

OLYMPIA — Tales of abuse of Washington's public records law are piling up in cities, counties, schools and other local government around the state.So, too, is the tab for taxpayers, compelling civic leaders to once again press lawmakers for help.But like

Date: 02/03/2016 | Local News

Root issues of growth

A Lynnwood couple says work is threatening their tall timbers

Date: 02/01/2016 | Local News

County Council analyst takes public works position

EVERETT — A veteran analyst from the Snohomish County Council has accepted a job in the county's Public Works Department overseeing programs to manage storm runoff, flooding and water quality.Will Hall will bring 27 years of experience to his new role as director of

Date: 02/01/2016 | Local News

After fatalities, sheriff taps the brakes on vehicle chases

EVERETT — Sheriff Ty Trenary has announced new pursuit policies for Snohomish County deputies, restricting the circumstances in which they can engage in high-speed chases.The changes go into effect Monday."We absolutely expect our pursuits will be cut...

Date: 01/31/2016 | Local News

B/E Aerospace consolidates at Paine Field

EVERETT — B/E Aerospace finished moving its Marysville operations to its plant at Paine Field earlier this month.The move completes the company’s plans to consolidate operations in Snohomish County in one location, B/E Aerospace spokesman Ed Kinnier said.

Date: 01/29/2016 | Business

More than just a census

Annual tally of homeless is also a way to offer services

Date: 01/29/2016 | Local News

Former state officials need to cool heels before lobbying

A state ethics board has dismissed as "obviously unfounded or frivolous" complaints that three former state officials had helped the Snohomish County Public Utility District obtain a $7.3 million grant through the state's Clean Energy Fund.As

Date: 01/28/2016 | Editorials

Ethics complaints related to PUD clean-energy project dismissed

OLYMPIA — A state ethics board has tossed out complaints against several former and current Department of Commerce officials accused of improperly steering a multimillion-dollar grant to a clean-energy project in...

Date: 01/27/2016 | Local News

Snohomish County PUD grants boost young engineers, scientists

EVERETT — The Snohomish County PUD is giving a boost to budding young scientists and engineers with grants worth a total of $6,222 to 13 local public schools. The Public Utility District awarded up to $500 to each school to pay for...

Date: 01/27/2016 | Local News

Charter Review Commission for county sets meeting schedule

EVERETT — Snohomish County’s Charter Review Commission is scheduled to meet on the first and third Wednesdays during the coming months, as they set about re-examining the structure of county government.

Date: 01/26/2016 | Local News

Helicopter sent to check on BASE jumper stuck in trees in Index

INDEX — The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office on Monday afternoon was sending a search and rescue helicopter to Index to check on a BASE jumper who reportedly was stuck in the trees.BASE is an acronym used to describe jumping with a parachute from buildings, antennas, bridges or cliffs.

Date: 01/25/2016 | Local News

Stormwater ruling favors builders, local governments

OLYMPIA — A legal argument about stormwater requirements for new construction was resolved last week in favor of homebuilders and local governments, but the outcome disappointed clean-water advocates.

Date: 01/25/2016 | Local News

Man injured in hit-and-run in south Everett

EVERETT — A man in his 20s was injured Saturday night in a hit-and-run collision south of Everett, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office reported.

Date: 01/24/2016 | Local News

Government drones won’t be flying here anytime soon

EVERETT — You're unlikely to see local governments flying drones in Snohomish County anytime soon. Bill Quistorf, the chief pilot for the sheriff's office, is advising public agencies in the county to hold off on buying and using drones, at least until the Legislature passes...

Date: 01/24/2016 | Local News

Incredible early years in Everett

The Boeing Century: Birth of the 747 at Paine Field

Date: 01/24/2016 | Local News

Hearing delayed for former Snohomish County executive Reardon

OLYMPIA — Aaron Reardon, the former Snohomish County executive, has hired a lawyer as he prepares to face charges of repeatedly violating state laws in his 2011 re-election campaign.

Date: 01/22/2016 | Local News

Body found in Sky River thought to be Monroe woman

MONROE — Police believe they have found the body of a missing Monroe-area woman.Marianne Humble, 53, was last seen Monday near her home along High Bridge Road, between Monroe and Maltby.

Date: 01/21/2016 | Local News

Declaration clears way for federal aid for storm damage

U.S. President Barack Obama has declared a disaster for Washington, including Snohomish County, for damage during November windstorms and floods.

Date: 01/20/2016 | Local News

First buyout closes for land in Oso slide zone

EVERETT — Snohomish County closed on its first buyout of property in the Oso mudslide zone Dec. 30, through a federal grant program.

Date: 01/20/2016 | Local News

Family of woman who died in county jail files $5 million claim

EVERETT — The family of a mentally ill woman who died in the Snohomish County Jail in 2014 filed a claim for damages on Tuesday, seeking $5 million.

Date: 01/19/2016 | Local News

Mukilteo’s Picnic Point Frognal Estates hearing rescheduled

MUKILTEO — A hearing about whether to approve a 112-home subdivision in the unincorporated Picnic Point area has been rescheduled over the week of Feb. 29 and the following week.

Date: 01/19/2016 | Local News

County executive, Edmonds mayor join Sound Transit board

EVERETT — Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers has been named to the Sound Transit board of directors, one of the regional responsibilities he'll shoulder in his new role.

Date: 01/19/2016 | Local News

Displaced by courthouse plan, attorneys want to buy land back

EVERETT — One set of attorneys displaced by Snohomish County's mothballed courthouse project wants the chance to buy back their old building.Melissa and Brian Sullivan's former practice on Rockefeller Avenue has remained vacant in the year-plus since the county

Date: 01/18/2016 | Local News

What lies beneath

With new tech, scientists probe Puget Sound

Date: 01/17/2016 | Local News

Officials confirm 1 dog poisoning, but information is scant

SNOHOMISH — An investigation by Snohomish County Parks & Recreation has determined that a dog most likely was poisoned at Willis Tucker Park on Thanksgiving Day. The dog later died.There have been numerous reports on social...

Date: 01/15/2016 | Local News

Federal aid sought for storm November damage in county

OLYMPIA — November's deadly storms hit Snohomish County harder, in dollar terms, than any other part of the state.High winds and flooding caused at least $21 million in damage throughout Washington. Nearly a third of the total — an estimated $6.8 million —...

Date: 01/13/2016 | Local News

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