Monday, October 2, 2023
Around 10 a.m., Wednesday utility workers noticed black smoke coming from the back of 3094 224th Place SW. No one was injured.
Three men reportedly wearing dark clothing and masks forced their way into a home Saturday in the 22400 block of Brier Road.
About 80% of ballots counted Tuesday night in Brier and over 91% in Mountlake Terrace supported the annexation.
Getting annexed into the fire authority is the least expensive option, per city leaders, but it would still lead to a tax increase.
The city of Mountlake Terrace contracted with Economic Alliance Snohomish County to help coordinate the program.
A teacher at Brier Terrace Middle School rebuilt it as a learning aid for his students. Now it’s going home to Massachusetts.
The two-story house in the 22800 block of Brier Road had an estimated $150,000 in damages, per South County Fire.
Michael Catlett cited city-clerk treasurer Paula Swisher’s “inappropriate” behavior and mayoral inaction. Catlett resigned last year.
The mayor decided they didn’t need the $1.9 million and the extra paperwork it would have involved.
Gustavo Balderas will lead the Beaverton School District, that state’s third-largest. He will start there in July.
Some residents said they would be apprehensive about hiring unvaccinated officers who have applied.
The nonprofit’s Home Repair Service program gave a senior couple a new roof — and hope.
Rashawn Smith said David Chan has “disparaged” his constituents. The firefighters’ union endorsed the newcomer.
This quiet south Snohomish County city of about 6,500 residents is down to two police officers. For the two candidates running for mayor,… Continue reading
The ban covers pretty much every city, as well as unincorporated parts of the county.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office will provide police services to Brier for the next six months.
The Snohomish County Council delayed a vote on the project amid traffic and environmental concerns.
Backers say HB 1099 would limit sprawl and cut greenhouse gases. Critics fear it would hurt housing options.
Why I Love It Here is an occasional series in The Herald. Today’s essay is written by Rex Caldwell.
Incumbent PUD Commissioner Sid Logan will likely face Rob Toyer for a spot on the utility board.