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Money would pay for overlays and intersection fixes. Foes say city has money and tax no longer needed
Corrections officials had targeted two units in the first phase of closures. No date for action.
A Tuesday work session will be a chance for the City Council to discuss if it’s time for an adjustment
Among them were the county executive, two County Council members and a mayor.
In Monroe, two minimum security units will shut down soon, followed by the Washington State Reformatory.
A half-million voters get a say in setting the field for three dozen races for local office.
The agreement will extend the current contract for a year and boost the pay of classroom instructors.
With the money, the county can continue work on a park where those who lost their lives can be remembered.
As the governor lifts restrictions, health officials caution that the pandemic is not over.
Lack of affordable housing squeezed buyers and drove up home prices across Snohomish County.
A state panel proposed a 2.5% hike in each of the next two years to cover the system’s operating costs.
Agreements with the Tulalips, Stillaguamish and 13 other tribes await approval by the governor and the feds.
The governor chose acting commissioner Cami Feek to lead the Employment Security Department.
Lawmakers contend he exceeded his authority. The governor argues what he did was legal and necessary.
A search is on for a Snohomish County site to house a dozen or more offenders returning from McNeil Island.
Half of the lockup there could be shut down, with officials looking to close prison units statewide.
Directors could decide next month to extend the timeline for expansion, including service to Everett.
Standing near the westbound span, members of Congress said they’ll seek funding in a transportation bill.
The Stanwood-Camano school board is to approve a multi-year pact with Deborah Rumbaugh on Tuesday.
Marysville gave $400 to each of its teachers. Auditors said the district didn’t make clear why.