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At stake are millions of dollars in revenue from the Tulalips’ Quil Ceda Village business district.
At one, felled logs surround the play area with swings and a slide, plus views of woods and wetlands.
At a Friday night meeting, elected officials approved a prepared statement without taking comment.
Voters will be asked to raise the sales tax to pay for upgrading systems used by first responders.
The county and the developer won an appeal by neighbors seeking to limit the proposed subdivision.
Climate-change protesters who blocked an oil train say they might appeal to the state Supreme Court.
More housing and retail is going in near the planned light rail station.
Unpermitted activity on the 1.4-acre parcel described as egregious code violations.
Gambling and retail revenues have enabled the tribes to amass wealth with little debt.
A group in Congress says it will fight any attempt to privatize the Northwest’s hydroelectric system.
Then a hearing examiner is to decide one of the more complex projects the county has ever considered.
A judge will decide if the Tulalip Tribes or the government has the right to collect millions of dollars.
The board voted to raise fares by 25 cents, with extra revenue aimed at service expansion.
The discretionary raises had been granted in addition to normal pay increases.
The new facility in Everett brings treatment within reach of addicts who are homeless.
The road is due to get a center turn lane plus bike lanes, planter strips and sidewalks.
There will be a committee and a study for an area where residential and commercial worlds collide.
The sons of a photojournalist portrayed in “The Killing FIelds” are helping educate Cambodia’s youth.
The town is the third meeting site the council has scheduled this year outside Everett.
A club was born of last year’s acrimonious election of a mayor, and get this: They meet face to face.