The Snohomish County Council for 2019 is (back row, from left) Nate Nehring, vice-chairman; Brian Sullivan; Sam Low; (front row, from left) Stephanie Wright; and Terry Ryan, chairman. (Snohomish County Council photo)

The Snohomish County Council for 2019 is (back row, from left) Nate Nehring, vice-chairman; Brian Sullivan; Sam Low; (front row, from left) Stephanie Wright; and Terry Ryan, chairman. (Snohomish County Council photo)

Editorial: County council’s bipartisanship an example for D.C.

Recent work by county officials reflects a renewed effort toward collaboration, regardless of party.

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