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Arlington: 2 lanes reopen on Jim Creek BridgeSnohomish County has reopened the Jim Creek Bridge on Jordan Road to two-lane traffic. The 100-year-old bridge was one of 13 one-lane bridges in the county, but on the well-traveled Jordan Road, a scenic route between Arlington and Granite Falls. A $2.2 million project to widen the span went off schedule last fall when early rains forced the construction to be delayed until this spring.

Construction crews are finishing work underneath the new span, but the roadway and bridge deck have been paved and striped, and reduced speed limit signs will be removed.

Sculpture sought for Transit CenterCommunity Transit, the city of Arlington and the Arlington Arts Council are seeking submissions from local artists for sculpture that will be installed at the Smokey Point Transit Center later this year. Artists are asked to submit a design for a free-standing piece that will both withstand the elements and connect with the public and the site. The artist selected will receive $15,000 to create the piece. Submissions are due by July 21. For more information, go to communitytransit.org/smokeypoint.

Marysville: Survey on cable serviceMarysville officials are asking city residents to take an online cable community survey to gauge attitudes toward cable television service and to determine future cable-related service needs.

The city is in the franchise renewal process with local cable purveyors Comcast Corp., which serves most of Marysville with cable, Internet and phone service, and Wave Broadband, which provides same services to customers in the Lakewood area. Both franchises expire in the fall. (Another local company, Frontier Communications, has a contract through 2020.)

To take the online survey, go to the city website at marysvillewa.gov or go to the survey at www.survey monkey.com/s/RRNH238. Only one survey per household is permitted. The 18-question survey takes 4-6 minutes to complete. The deadline is 5 p.m. June 12.

Monroe: Public hearing on roadsThe Monroe City Council has scheduled a public hearing on the six-year transportation improvement program for 7 p.m. tonight. Those interested may voice approval or disapproval of the program.

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