Briefs: Podiatry clinic relocates in Everett

Western Washington Medical Group Podiatry on Oct. 24 is relocating to new offices at 3802 Broadway Ave., Suite B. The new building, located next to the Everett Gateway Center and the Aquasox Stadium, has plentiful, easy-access parking. The phone number is not changing. Patients can still schedule with Dr. Jeffrey Boggs and Dr. Kristen Boyce at 425-259-0855.

Judd & Black gives $8,000 to Christmas House

On Aug. 28, Cory Long of Judd & Black presented an $8,000 check to Christmas House, a non-profit charity that provides Christmas gifts and items to low-income families throughout Snohomish County. The check presentation was made at the conclusion of the company’s annual charity golf tournament. Judd & Black encourages you to join them in supporting Christmas House. Visit for details.

EdCC hosts career fair

Edmonds Community College will host a free fall quarter career fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 18 in the college’s Woodway Hall 202. More than 35 local employers with full- and part-time employment opportunities will be represented. For more information, visit Edmonds Community College is located at 20000 68th Ave. W, Lynnwood.

Fluke Connect exec joins Smart Industry convention panel

John Neeley, chief architect and director of product management for Fluke Connect, was a panelist at the Smart Industry 2016 convention on Sept. 27 in Chicago. Together with Fluke customer Linamar Corporation, Neeley demonstrated the benefits of adopting wireless, mobile condition-based maintenance technology for the mobile worker enablement panel. Fluke also hosted a booth at the event to demonstrate Fluke Condition Monitoring.

Report: Surge in apartment construction in Snohomish, King counties

The latest Apartment Insights survey shows a surge in units in the construction pipeline. The hot market has inspired developers to create over 72,000 units, according to Tom Cain of Apartment Insights. The data are from his Seattle firm’s third quarter statistics and trends on 50-or-more unit properties in the Snohomish-King counties market.

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