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Landowners don’t know where to turn to stop relentless erosion by the Pilchuck River.
The plan: Tear down a boxy annex built in 1968 and bring back the vintage look of the 1910 structure.
People have a chance to weigh in on the proposals at an April 5 hearing before the agency’s board.
The park covers 46 acres off 15430 E. Lake Goodwin Road, between Marysville and Stanwood.
An investigation found he has used offensive language and made the agency’s staff feel threatened.
The company says there are far more important issues remaining for the project than what it looks like.
It involves nearly 6 miles of pipe through south Snohomish County. Public comments are open.
“We want people to understand the nature and origin of this movement and … why it is so toxic.”
A proposed county law lists specific offenses and other problems that could warrant fines.
The course used to host up to 50,000 rounds of golf per year in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Its “religiously liberal” members are open to differing creeds and doctrines.
Snohomish County has issues with building heights, road access and landslide concerns.
There was no timeline for when PUD crews expected to restore power for 5,800 customers.
Snohomish PUD and others are opposing privatization of federal hydropower systems.
Their frustration boiled over during a routine vote on a reappointment to the transit agency board.
An environmental handling charge increased to 95 cents per bulb on Feb. 1.
Planners say they’re ready to help property owners with domestic drilling permits.
Counters found 378 unsheltered people in January. Since 2013, that’s a 9.9 percent increase.
They’ve scheduled a series of open houses this week to gather opinions.
The vacancy opened after the departure of former Councilman Sean Kelly, who moved away from the city.