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The company can’t build yet. Next, it must submit a construction plan and apply for building permits.
The city council hired a contractor on Monday, and construction could begin next month.
Last time, there was no vote on the proposed wholesale store. Now the council has another chance.
Money from its Everett thrift store goes to wardrobes for school children and their families.
Fireworks won’t be allowed in South County Fire’s service area, the county council has decided.
For years the city landmark has been illuminated for the winter months, but now it’s too dangerous.
Children at Quil Ceda Tulalip celebrated indigenous culture with songs and dance this week.
Testimony lasted into the night over a proposal to build a warehouse supermarket near Highway 9.
At a regular meeting, members will have a chance to decide on a development agreement.
Hundreds gathered Saturday to tour the center, built to serve a more diverse group of people than before.
Peyton Tune will take over for Scott Washburn, who’s retiring after 40 years with the YMCA.
Lushootseed is now taught at Marysville Pilchuck. It joins two other schools in the district.
Gary J. Ray admitted he took at least $10,000 intended for families affected by the 2014 disaster.
The two agencies now get to decide on the options and how to move forward with funding.
The wholesaler has applied for a development agreement. The council meeting is set for Nov. 26.
Changes won’t be made yet, but the outcome may direct the county council’s discussions on the topic.
The backing of Keith Pappas, who dropped out, created rancor in the Stanwood-Camano School Board race.
The Federal Highway Administration will present its recommendations during two meetings this week.
Brett Gailey and Kurt Hilt are running to take over for Mayor John Spencer.
Hundreds gathered to welcome sailors home Monday, on the docks of Naval Station Everett.