Sunday, September 24, 2023
The Everett City Council approved a suite of code changes, including bans on peafowl ownership and rabbit sales.
The Everett City Council voted 4-3 to require project labor agreements. A fifth vote could override the veto.
The Everett City Council didn’t change anything in the mayor’s proposed $543 million budget for next year.
The Sound Transit board is considering the sequence for four upcoming light rail projects after pandemic and strike delays.
The indicator turns on when the traffic signal is red, which lets law enforcement officers know.
The Housing Hope agency includes behavioral therapy, child and family specialists, child care and early education, and housing for young moms.
Not long ago, the Snohomish County PUD projected 50,000 electric cars registered in the county by 2040. Now it expects up to 660,000.
Construction crews need warmer temps for the work to remove what a reader described as “mini raised speed bumps.”
The city’s general government fund could drop $1 million. City leaders say the current path is not sustainable.
Reducing service, by 78 trips total on 9 routes, could make for more reliable arrivals and departures in March.
A prankster, or pranksters, lugged the electrified rides to an area not meant for the public on the Grand Avenue Park Bridge.
In September the state told the city it wasn’t complying with federal law. Upon review, the state is easing its stance.
Several people marked World Day of Remembrance for Traffic Victims at one of the most dangerous roads in the county.
Roads near Edmonds-Woodway High, Chase Lake Elementary and Westgate Elementary could get automated enforcement.
Project is scheduled for next summer, and includes removal of center turn lane.
City leaders wondered why the state is not including other cities with similar noncompliance issues.
Sound Transit is considering moving part of Alderwood Mall Boulevard a little to make room for the elevated track.
Earlier this month a patient died in the Everett hospital’s lobby. Nurses have spoken about work conditions for months.
The state Department of Commerce doled out over $40 million this year to 54 affordable housing projects across the state.
Elsewhere in Snohomish County races for state Legislature, incumbents were sweeping.