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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.
This fall, the city will confront pandemic-fueled budget issues without Jeff Balentine.
The general fund reduction could be 10%, and no department or office will be spared, the executive said.
However, the transmission rate is still considered too high for in-person learning, an official said.
Merle Ash, a consultant for Frognal Estates, denies pushing a code change to help the project.
The Port of Everett is bracing to suffer as its biggest customer, the Boeing Co., scales back production.
Another economic shutdown could mean “difficult decisions” for EvergreenHealth Monroe and others.
Starting Wednesday, a four-phase plan will allow restrictions at nursing homes to gradually be relaxed.
Protesters want sanctioned encampments and resources to get the unsheltered off the streets for good.
The seat represents Mill Creek, part of Bothell, Mountlake Terrace and unincorporated parts of the county.
Many public employees of Everett and Snohomish County will continue to telework until the end of 2020.
The city manager is under fire for hiring friends, laying off long-timers and soaring legal bills.
The developer says the filing is a temporary setback that won’t block 112 planned homes near Picnic Point.
Long wait times for test results are hampering efforts to contain the virus through contact tracing.
The ACLU urged city leaders not to sweep the stopgap camp off Rucker Avenue. It was cleared Thursday afternoon.
Police gave a deadline of noon on Thursday, saying the conditions threaten public health and safety.
The encampment isn’t “legal, authorized or safe,” police say. Neighboring businesses are pushing back.