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Edmonds hearings

At Edmonds Municipal Court, all hearings except for in-custody jail hearings are continued until further notice.

The front counter is closed and there are other emergency modifications.

More info: www.courts.wa.gov; www.edmondswa.gov

Museum of Flight closed

The Museum of Flight in Seattle has closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Its Restoration Center and Reserve Collection at Paine Field in Everett has also been closed.

No date for reopening has been set.

Employees have the option to telecommute during this period and the building will continue to stay open for those who wish to work on site.

Visitors, educators and students are encouraged to check www.museumofflight.org for updated information and announcements, and to follow the museum on social media as it will continue to engage with the public during the temporary physical closure.

All tickets purchased prior to this closure will be honored at a later date.

Everett permit, utility counters closed

The public counters for Everett’s permit and utility services are closed until further notice because of public health worries amid spread of the new coronavirus and COVID-19.

The desks closed Friday, but permit services staff still are available by email, phone and postal mail during normal business hours. Inquiries will be addressed in the order they are received.

An online portal also is available at everettwa.gov/169/Permit-Services.

Utility services staff can be called at 425-257-8999, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Payments can be left at drop-boxes at 3101 Cedar St. or 3200 Cedar St., or done online at everettwa.gov/619/Utility-Services.

Return those vans

Community Transit wants people who use vanpools but are now working from home to park at a driver’s home, so the vehicles aren’t left unattended and unused.

The vanpool office remains open, but some staff are working from home.

Call the office at 425-438-2926 or email vanpool@commtrans.org. Remember to include the van number with any message.

Stream Everett City Council meeting

The Everett City Council is asking people to participate digitally in its weekly Wednesday meeting to help slow the spread of the new coronavirus.

The meetings can be watched live on Comcast Channel 21, Frontier Channel 29 or online at www.everettwa.gov/citycouncil.

Public comments or concerns on any matter can be emailed to Council@everettwa.gov. The email will be monitored during the meetings and provided in real time.

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.

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