SNOHOMISH — The City Council this evening voted 5-1 to table a vote on giving a short-term tax exemption to multi-family residential developmers in the Midtown District. If eventually approved, property tax costs will shift to the rest of city property owners. Council members want experts to clarify how much.
EVERETT — On July 22 and 23, rosters of live bands, a 40-foot-long obstacle course, a Nerf practice range, a skateboard ramps exhibition and more will be bringing two days of fun for the community.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Volunteers are greatly needed for youth sports leagues, but some are shying away from harassment. Many are calling for better courtesy.
SNOHOMISH — The city’s top three human service needs are mental health care, affordable housing and food security, says a volunteer workgroup’s report. The report includes suggestions on what can be done to address these items.
Sometime within the coming months, City Hall will begin polling the community.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Snohomish is the 11th most expensive city within Washington for household bills, and most expensive within Snohomish County, according to a June study by DoxoInsights, an analytics arm of the automated bill pay company Doxo based in Bellevue. The story includes information on Everett, Monroe, Lake Stevens and other cities.
SNOHOMISH — The weathered gazebo at the endcap of Avenue A at First Street is still set to get a full refurbishment. Council discusses the plans for deleting a tree nearby.
SNOHOMISH — Cody Gemmer is the founder and driving force behind the second annual Caddy Brite Classic mini-golf tournament, a public tournament slated for 3 - 5 p.m. Thursday, July 14 at the Snohomish Valley Golf Center, 8511 Marsh Road, Snohomish.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Coffee stands without plumbing can continue to operate under zero risk of closure, the state health department told the Tribune, and this allowance hasn’t been deleted. The story discusses why and what's transpired since earlier this month.
EVERETT — The county has spent this month listening to hundreds of viewpoints on how to spend $80 million in the most impactful ways and is still taking comments. Homeless sheltering, affordable housing and other services were prominently the public's choice during a meeting last week in Everett.
SNOHOMISH — Growing the city by annexing its urban growth areas could be a real possibility coming in the next few years.
EVERETT — Everett Transit will let youth under 18 ride free effective July 1, and also reduce the ORCA Lift fare and introduce a subsidized ridership program.
Investigation finds abuses by Monroe Schools Superintendent Blasko without doubt, school leaders processing next steps
MONROE — With a damning report on Superintendent Justin Blasko now in the open, the school board is being mum about whether he’ll stay or go.
EVERETT — Black Forest Mushrooms owner, Nathanael Engen, spent his time during the coronavirus lockdowns learning how to build a magical kingdom of gourmet mushrooms, which he'll soon be taking to market.
EVERETT — More children may be susceptible to migraines than once thought. A clinical research drug trial is ongoing for a dissolvable tablet to help adolescents when migraines attack. An Everett center is one of the few centers nationally taking patients.
SULTAN — The City of Sultan is trying to take the matter of fixing U.S. 2 congestion into its own hands. The city hired a consultant company to produce designs with the goal of reducing traffic wait times. Some of the drawings feature roundabouts to replace the stoplights along the 3-mile section in Sultan.
SNOHOMISH — A plan is in the early stages to put the Snohomish Veterans Memorial obelisk monument back to standing on the Carnegie Building’s grounds at First and Cedar.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — When an urban rail system reaches Lynnwood as soon as summer 2024, it could be a game-changer for the county.
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