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The first land-use applications have been submitted. The plan shows units with up to three bedrooms.
More than 100 people gathered at the Thursday night meeting. Staff were there to answer questions.
This year they created a mural more than 100 feet long. It now is part of a private collection.
Treetops and roots will be scattered to create micro habitats; the buffer along 529 will disappear.
Folks are invited to share their thoughts. The wholesaler has asked to build along Highway 9.
One man lost his hand in an explosion east of Everett.
Everett’s annual event was larger this year than any other — about 90 acts moved through downtown.
The baristas are unsure of their next steps but may file for a rehearing, their lawyer said.
Jade Steigerwald is going to be a student leader on the Mukilteo School Board next year.
The nearly century-old YMCA building would stay, according to a proposal filed with city planners.
It means more transportation funding for a 4,000-acre industrial center in Arlington and Marysville.
They hope to deter young people from making dangerous choices. The drop-in center opens Saturday.
Changes include sidewalks and two more lanes. The work is set to be finished in about three years.
The district received a state grant to renovate its campus. About 40 kids go to school there.
Myah Wilson is headed to Everett Community College and plans to study mechatronics.
Scott Peacock has been asked to fill the position. He’s worked for Snohomish schools since 1993.
The retailer has started to apply for permits through the city. There’s no construction timeline yet.
Maxwell Pickard was born in Vietnam and adopted soon after. He’s now headed to a California university.
Each candidate will meet with the district this week. Someone is expected to be chosen by Friday.
“If we are in the travel business, we are contributing to the destruction of our environment,” he said.