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Two Mukilteo businesses, and others around the county, have shifted their focus to fight COVID-19.
The project would have had the company producing more than 1,000 ventilators a month.
The company’s permit to fill wetlands is under review. Public comment is open until April 12.
It also helps end a legal fight over taxes involving the county, the state and the Tulalip Tribes.
The move, which the aerospace giant sought, aims to resolve an international trade dispute.
Despite a 68% drop, the passenger terminal’s owner expects to weather the coronavirus crisis.
To his family, Elton Washington is much more than a statistic in the growing COVID-19 pandemic.
Places are offering curbside pick-up and online orders and are banding together to draw wary customers.
To the relief of anxious employees, the company said it will shut down factory operations for two weeks.
“The money has to be used for the continued operation of the company,” said Rep. Rick Larsen.
Chains of the popular chicken franchise are set to open in Marysville and Lynnwood.
The coronavirus brings new worries for companies unhinged by the 737 Max crisis.
The Trump administration has said it would back Boeing, which is also a top U.S. defense contractor.
Amounts would depend on income and family size. The first checks would be issued starting April 6.
The planemaker is racing to shore up cash needed to weather the coronavirus pandemic.
The president made the announcement on Twitter, saying the decision would not affect the flow of trade.
With airline schedules slashed, the company faces a challenge comparable to the aftermath of 9/11.
The new owner of Frontier’s Northwest holdings promises there will be no disruption in service.
Boeing will equip more employees to work remotely, but for now factory workers will stay on the line.
The governor said the ban won’t apply to grocery stores or pharmacies. And takeout food is OK.