This time, Livable Lake Stevens is taking Costco to federal court, alleging violations of the Clean Water Act.
As elsewhere, the contests feature candidates clashing on curriculum, spending and COVID-19 mandates.
Alejandro Meza, of Lake Stevens, got into a fight with Gene Peterson on a Community Transit bus in March.
The city is booming with development. Now four incumbents look to fend off challengers.
On appeal, Labor and Industries reduced a $19,800 penalty regarding public works employee safety by $3,600.
Alejandro Meza got into a fight with a passenger over drug use, he claimed. His attorneys say he acted in self-defense.
The worker and his boss, Public Works Director Eric Durpos, were put on leave for an incident at a grievance meeting.
Over half of the campaign dollars for four candidates came from people tied to real estate or property development.
When the County Council OK’d use of $56.6 million, it made a change, steering $600,000 to the nonprofit.
The city says the state erred in an inspection of the Public Works department, in one case blaming a “rogue” employee.
Bob Cummins, a “gentle giant” who impacted countless lives through rowing, died this summer. He was 72.
The city replaced a broken culvert earlier this year to address flooding. The work isn’t done.
Lane reductions and closures are part of the work to improve the intersection at Highways 9 and 204.
A new state law has nudged some to quickly get the cameras, which they hope will increase transparency.
Water transmission lines are being raised as part of the 91st Ave SE extension near the future Costco.
The city has until Sept. 15 to undo site preparation for a pedestrian bridge over Stevens Creek.
Nervous and excited students filtered back into classrooms full-time in five districts in Snohomish County.
After the city acquired the area through interlocal agreement, some new residents feel they had no say.
Deputy Chief Jeff Beazizo became Lake Stevens’ top cop after Chief John Dyer retired on Aug. 18.
The Vikings’ powerhouse program was shut down for COVID-19 protocols after 2 players tested positive.