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The city admitted no fault in its agreement with Scott Eastman, who wasn’t picked as permanent chief.
The decennial process to revise County Council district borders will be detailed at Monday’s meeting.
Brenda Carrington hopes to unseat the appointed, Democratic Snohomish County councilman on Nov. 3.
Scott Eastman fell victim to budget cuts. Meanwhile, the city’s legal bills are estimated at $1.7 million for 2020.
Jeff Clarke’s early ‘retirement’ from Alderwood Water & Wastewater District was shrouded in secrecy.
Benjamin Briles was sworn in last week after former Mayor Pam Pruitt resigned mid-term in August.
Officials seek applications from “underrepresented” communities. The deadline to apply is Friday.
Sheriff Adam Fortney applauded a proposal to reduce county law enforcement budget by just 3 percent.
The Snohomish County Councilwoman deleted the Facebook post of a cross-stitched bomb, saying she meant no harm.
The City Council said Michael Ciaravino is meeting expectations, but some areas need improvement.
The Snohomish County Council voted Wednesday to prohibit shooting in two areas on Monroe’s outskirts.
The Port of Everett successfully reapplied for federal funding after losing $15.5 million last year.
The Snohomish County Council is weighing the measure for areas on the outskirts of Monroe.
With a COVID-induced hiring freeze and budget talks looming, departments say they have been strapped.
The law bars such vehicles from parking on urban residential streets and sets limits in other areas.
Bothell and North Creek area residents, on the cusp of a rural-urban divide, will seek rezoning.
They cite City Manager Michael Ciaravino’s decision to lay off longtime staffers instead of instituting furloughs.
The developer pushing for 112 homes near Picnic Point needs another loan to deliver finished lots.
Pam Pruitt, a figure in city politics since the 80s, stepped down Monday with little formal notice.
Participants should bring non-perishable goods and decorate their vehicles for the drive-thru event.