Everett City Hall, at 3002 Wetmore Ave., was built in 1929 and designed by architect A.H. Albertson. It’s now home to the Everett Police Department and the City Council chambers. (Courtesy of the Everett Public Library)

Everett City Hall, at 3002 Wetmore Ave., was built in 1929 and designed by architect A.H. Albertson. It’s now home to the Everett Police Department and the City Council chambers. (Courtesy of the Everett Public Library)

Editorial: Yes on Everett council districts; yes on 4-3 plan

Electing four council members by districts and three at-large allows the best mix of advantages.

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