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Across Snohomish County, governments took action Sunday in response to the outbreak.
The program was designed to reduce violent crime, which has, but the relationship isn’t clear.
Yuki Tolmie had no phone, and due to COVID-19, no way to speak to family from Providence in Everett.
People are heeding recommendations to limit exposure to one another, and transit agencies see it.
A 2019 state law allows cities to retain a portion of sales tax from the state for housing.
A resident of a long-term care facility tested positive. Snohomish County has now logged 44 cases.
Forest and Legion parks’ sport courts are set for major renovations and repairs this spring and summer.
Of the 4,100 locations for a curb ramp, 1,000 don’t have one and 700 don’t meet ADA standards.
As of Sunday, 35 people, including one who died, were confirmed to have the illness in Snohomish County.
Other solutions included more enforcement and a parking manager, with revenue up to $1 million.
A new report tabulated the cost of necessary repairs and maintenance in aging city-owned buildings.
State law requires drivers move over at least 3 feet to pass cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders.
The city is considering allowing three more cannabis stores, with would-be owners ready and waiting.
A reader’s question resurfaced an old request for meter signals on 88th Street NE to southbound I-5.
Do you prefer the 185th street corridor, the Aurora Transit Center or decongestion?
The Port sought public input on making them blue and adding lights or keeping them as they were.
A reader wondered why so many bus stops are on the far side of an intersection. It’s on purpose.
There’s still a sense residents “don’t feel safe,” the mayor says, and police are busier than ever.
The new facility connecting Mukilteo and Whidbey Island is expected to open in October or November.
Work will begin on 82 units of a five-story apartment building after a groundbreaking Friday.