Posted on: August 17, 2017

Public Works to restripe 41st Street

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EVERETT – Public Works crews will be restriping the new asphalt on 41st Street next week, and drivers should plan for closures of the roadway.

Two closures are planned:

  • 41st Street will be closed from Hoyt Avenue to the west side of the Rucker/41st intersec...
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Full news release (PDF) City of Everett News
Posted on: August 16, 2017

Mayor issues statement in response to Charlottesville tragedy

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EVERETT – Mayor Ray Stephanson issued the following statement at the Aug. 16 City Council meeting:

This past weekend we saw hate and violence openly displayed on the streets of Charlottesville. In subsequent days, we have seen the same intolerance and veno...

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Full statement (PDF) City of Everett News
Posted on: August 15, 2017

New Everett Public Library director selected

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EVERETT – The Everett Public Library Board of Trustees has selected Abigail (Abby) Cooley as the next director of the Everett Public Library. Cooley will start Nov. 1, 2017, taking over the leadership role from Eileen Simmons, who is retiring af...

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Posted on: August 10, 2017

City statement in response to “Tweakerville”

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EVERETT – Mayor Ray Stephanson and Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman issued the following statement today:

In recent weeks we’ve received questions about the “Tweakerville” sign and camera put up by Gary Watts, a business owner on Smith Avenue. We recogni...

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Full statement (PDF) City of Everett News
Posted on: April 18, 2011

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Posted on: October 28, 2011

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