Everett city public works staff may get portable offices

The city is exploring short-term options for the aging public works complex on Cedar Street.

Everett Councilman Scott Murphy on Wednesday questioned why a briefing on the future of the city’s public works building didn’t include cost estimates. (Everett City Council video)

Everett Councilman Scott Murphy on Wednesday questioned why a briefing on the future of the city’s public works building didn’t include cost estimates. (Everett City Council video)

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