Neighborhood group meets the candidates Monday night

Hopefuls for several offices are expected to attend a forum at the Everett Police Department’s South Precinct.

EVERETT — The Cascade View and Twin Creeks neighborhoods will have an annual all-candidates’ forum at a monthly meeting 7 p.m. Monday at the Everett Police Department’s South Precinct, 1121 SE Everett Mall Way.

The evening includes candidates for Snohomish County Council as well as county clerk, treasurer, auditor and assessor. There will be candidates for Everett City Council, Snohomish County Superior Court, the Port of Everett Commission and Everett School Board.

Mayor Cassie Franklin is scheduled to make an annual visit to the neighborhood meeting.

Enter the building by the flagpoles.

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