Cocoon House in Everett is one of the housing projects that is expected to receive funding from the capital budget. The nonprofit is planning an expanded center for teens on Colby Avenue. (Sue Misao / Herald file)

Cocoon House in Everett is one of the housing projects that is expected to receive funding from the capital budget. The nonprofit is planning an expanded center for teens on Colby Avenue. (Sue Misao / Herald file)

Water-use bill passage makes way for overdue capital budget

A lot of the money will to go to housing, schools and projects in Snohomish County and statewide.

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