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Snohomish: Conservation District meeting set: The Snohomish Conservation District has scheduled a public meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday for its proposed five-year tax.

The district’s board is proposing the reauthorization of $5 per parcel plus $.05 an acre for assessed lands within the district.

The meeting is expected to include a information on the proposal and work plan. The board is seeking comments from landowners.

The event is scheduled at the Snohomish Library meeting room, located at 311 Maple Ave. For more information, call 425-377-7001.

Sultan: May safety fair canceled: Mayor Carolyn Eslick has canceled the safety fair scheduled for May 17 in Sultan to allow first responders to focus their attention on the Oso mudslide. The disaster rescue and restoration is expected to take months.

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