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To cut costs, the Snohomish County Council reduced public arts funding on high-dollar projects.
Mountlake Terrace grad Josh Ignacio heading for UW engineering school
Save taxpayers $400,000 by shrinking the project’s commitment to artwork, says one councilman.
The claim filed on behalf of the estate of Steven Hadaway cites the documented history of landslides.
The goal is to attract buyers fleeing the congestion and high real estate prices on the Eastside.
The agreement resolves death, property damage and injury lawsuits against the state and a timber company.
They also paid for her steak dinner, desserts and more.
The state Public Employment Relations Commission reversed an earlier ruling for union members.
A state parks meeting on Wednesday aims to fine-tune ideas for the popular hiking spot.
The county plans to use part of Denney Juvenile Justice Center to treat adults for substance abuse.
Blame the hot Seattle-area construction market. Work is scheduled to start next month.
The lawsuit seeks damages from the shooter and his parents. He killed three people and wounded another.
Snohomish County is seeing a shift to more apartments, townhomes.
The team of six Litter Wranglers are back at it this year, responding to trashed county roads.
BNSF is happy to help restore an estuary at Lund’s Gulch, but it would cost the county $16 million.
The project in downtown Everett will add a five-story wing, to be completed in 2020.
The Snohomish County hearing examiner ruled Friday that plans fall short of land-use requirements.
Future equestrian features are riding on public input.
Growth is happening faster than expected, often outside of city limits where housing is cheaper.
Plans are farther along in Lynnwood than in Everett, which is the end of the line in more ways than one.