NEWS BITES in the Jan. 19, 2022 Tribune
Coffee with Council
SNOHOMISH — Converse with Council President Tom Merrill and Councilwoman Judith Kuleta on any issue you like Thursday, Jan. 27 starting at 7 p.m. for a council chat.
This will be held online and on Facebook Live at the City of Snohomish Facebook page.
The Zoom shortlink to attend is www.tinyurl.com/SNOCouncilChat
The Meeting ID is 859 4277 7391 and Passcode is 100282
Dunn named County Council chair
SNOHOMISH COUNTY—County Councilmember Megan Dunn is this year’s chair of the Snohomish County Council, and Jared Mead is vice chair.
Dunn represents council district No. 2 including Everett. Dunn was elected to the council in 2019.
Public chat on future Monroe park
MONROE —The city is holding a public meeting Wednesday, Jan. 26 about the design of the future North Hill Neighborhood Park at the southwest corner of 134th Street SE and 191st Avenue SE.
To register for the Zoom meeting to participate, a shortlink is www.bit.ly/RegisterForNorthHillWorkshop
Planning Commission vacancy
SNOHOMISH —The city is looking for a volunteer to join the city planning commission, which meets on the First Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. to discuss land-use and zoning matters inside the city limits. It is an advisory board that makes recommendations to the City Council.
To apply, go to www.tinyurl.com/ApplyToCommission
Applications will be accepted until 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21.
Commissioner Van Tormohlen resigned in early January. He wrote in his resignation that it was because of work obligations.
Calling all Snohomians
Deadline Jan. 17 (Tuesday)
Who’s the oldest Snohomish Panther still around? Maybe it’s your relative? Maybe it’s you? The Tribune wants to find out. Tell us who you think it is: write to P.O. Box 499, Snohomish, WA 98291, email to email@example.com
or call 360-568-4121.
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