The Snohomish County PUD is opening new offices at 21014 63rd Ave. in Lynnwood in early April.

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Snohomish County PUD to open new Lynnwood offices

The new Snohomish PUD office building in Lynnwood will open to the public on April 4. The public is invited to visit the building to see the offices. The new building, located at 21014 63rd Ave, W, will be the worksite for 37 employees, including customer service staff, engineers, line crews and support staff.

Architects sought to serve on board

The Northwest American Institute of Architects Board is actively looking for members dedicated to the profession that would be willing to serve on the board, and soon to be steering committee, of AIA Seattle. The time commitment is one meeting per month with subcommittee responsibilities. Contact Rose Lathrop with questions 360-303-3382

New doctor referral line set up for Skagit Regional Health

Skagit Regional Health offers a number of HealthQuest programs including the new Find a Doctor Phone Line at Skagit Regional Health. The referral line is available on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Call 360-848-5555 or 360-629-5850 from Stanwood or Camano Island to access this free service.

State to stop accepting new marijuana retail licenses March 31

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board will stop accepting marijuana retail license applications at 5 p.m. March 31. The board began processing retail applications on Oct. 12, 2015 to accommodate additional demand and provide additional access points before the medical and recreational marketplace are merged on July 1, 2016. It could begin accepting applications again if needed.

Snohomish STEM launches new website

The Snohomish STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Network rolled out its new website portal to highlight and promote STEM education and opportunities throughout Snohomish County. The website is The debut of the website coincides with and promotes the region’s Spring in STEM initiative — a series of events to help families and students explore and engage in STEM.

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