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NEWS BITES FOR APRIL 14


Midtown to be Council topic April 20
SNOHOMISH — The results of a task force on reshaping the city’s midtown area will be presented to the City Council at its Tuesday, April 20 meeting starting at 6 p.m. A committee recommends allowing taller buildings, more mixed-use development, locating parking lots away from the front of future buildings and much more along a section of Avenue D between Sixth Street and the state Route 9 overpass.
Council meetings are being held online. Login details will be in the agenda when it is posted at www.snohomishwa.gov

Third Averill Field meeting April 28
SNOHOMISH — A final concept for Averill Field, at Third Street and Pine Avenue, will be presented to the public at a meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 28. The meeting will be online, and a shortlink is www.tinyurl.com/Averill3rd
In the meantime, people can weigh in at a public survey at www.surveymonkey.com/R/AverillField2
Park designers envision adding a bandshell, a pavilion, more trails and new playground equipment at the site.


Warehouse for Fryelands spot
MONROE — A warehouse is proposed at what’s today a vacant 7-acre lot at the southwest corner of U.S. 2 and Fryelands Boulevard. The public comment period concludes April 27. To comment, write to planner Anita Marrero by email to amarrero@monroewa.gov or by mail, 806 W. Main St., Monroe WA 98272. The project is called the “Lakeview Building” on the city’s planning projects website.


Everett to annex rest of Smith Island
EVERETT — The city plans to annex the last portion of Smith Island it doesn’t have already on the north side of the island.
There are two businesses at the site, and no residents, city planners said.
Planner Karen Stewart said the city has sought to annex this portion for a long while.
The piece is 368 acres of uplands.
County elected officials have already signed off on an agreement to allow Everett to annex the land.
A City Council vote to annex will be at council’s Wednesday, April 21 meeting.

  

 


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