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  1. Future Everett Y pool to have open access for city residentsRead the original story

    Tuesday May 8 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Another puzzle piece for allowing city residents to use the YMCA's future pool without a Y membership is being put in place soon. The City Council will vote May 9 to formalize a partnership agreement between the city and the YMCA.

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  2. Everett vote on having more marijuana stores is May 16Read the original story

    Tuesday May 8 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The City Council heard the first reading of an ordinance that would amend the number of recreational marijuana stores within the city and relax regulations for where they can be. The city's Planning Commission recommended increasing the number of stores from five to 10 and decreasing the distance between them from 2,500 feet to 500.

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  3. Project Homeless Connect, one-stop event for help, ceasesRead the original story

    Wednesday May 2 | Mukilteo Tribune

    After nine seasons of providing a one-stop service hub for low-income people, Project Homeless Connect is closing its doors. At the same time, officials connected with the event say more resources are available to the same groups year-round.

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  4. Farmers market season beginsRead the original story

    Wednesday May 2 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Ryne Kalouger of Snohomish struggles to hold a bag of kettle corn that is almost as tall as he is while talking to his younger sister Alice while they were shopping with their family at the Snohomish Farmers Market in 2017. The farmers markets are back and blooming.

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  5. Delta neighbors ask state to continue arsenic clean upsRead the original story

    Apr 17, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The Delta Neighborhood Association last month sent a letter to state and federal elected officials calling on them to increase funding for the state Department of Ecology to aid arsenic and lead cleanups in the neighborhood. The cleanups have largely stopped because funding ran dry.

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  6. Public meetings set on council district elections planRead the original story

    Apr 10, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The city announced a slate of four upcoming public meetings on potentially reshaping City Council elections with geographic districts. The outreach meetings may help nail down pieces to the city's planned November ballot measure asking the public at large if it wants most council seats elected through localized districts.

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  7. Planning commission says yes to more Everett marijuana shopsRead the original story

    Apr 10, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The city's planning commission recommends letting five more marijuana retailers open and cutting down the city-created distance buffer between shops from 2,500 feet to 500 feet. Most commissioners, however, disagreed with a request from Mayor Cassie Franklin to write new buffer boundaries keeping marijuana shops away from sites used by defined "vulnerable populations" such as youth centers, homeless shelters or places that help people recover from addiction.

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  8. Veteran Snohomish officer tasked on homelessness, outreachRead the original story

    Mar 27, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Snohomish's first community outreach officer, Deputy Rich Niebusch, wasted no time getting reacquainted with his beat after starting in the role March 1. His dual roles are to assist homeless and in-crisis individuals and serve as a resource to neighborhoods and other groups. Niebusch is a 25-year veteran in police work, including three years spent in Snohomish, and his depth of experience is layers thick: in addition to policing, he is a doctorate degree-holding professor who's taught criminal justice internationally, and a global police reform consultant.

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  9. Future firefighters get ready at new training groundRead the original story

    Mar 27, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The concrete lot was full of whines, beeps and whistles as firefighter trainees began day three of their immersion in Everett's newest hero factory. The 27 recruits, and seven recently promoted mentors going through training with them, were in for an intensive 14 weeks of classroom time, physical training and drills.

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  10. Food banks can use more supplies during springtimeRead the original story

    Mar 21, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Once Thanksgiving turkeys and Christmas hams are depleted, many food banks face a lull in donations before Easter and the May Letter Carrier's food drive. Five local food banks could use community support to ease hunger for the residents who rely on them each month.

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  11. Snohomish County's homeless children widespreadRead the original story

    Mar 6, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Whether in a tent in Granite Falls, an Everett shelter, or a friend's couch in Arlington, more than 3,000 Snohomish County children will go to sleep tonight in a makeshift bed. As of February, an estimated 3,300 public school students are experiencing homelessness according to a Tribune survey of the county's 15 districts.

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  12. Balancing act sought on downtown methadone clinic talksRead the original story

    Feb 27, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    City Council members hunted for a middle ground last week on whether to allow a methadone clinic downtown in a debate that so far has put public health needs at odds with business community concerns. Council members faced a decision whether to let such a clinic for opioid addicts in - alienating business owners tense to the idea - or to arbitrarily exclude any new medical clinics from opening in the central business district.

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  13. Everett considering letting more marijuana stores open upRead the original story

    Feb 27, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The city's planning commission is revisiting how many marijuana retailers can operate within city limits and where, with a possible recommendation for more lax regulations to hand over to the City Council as early as this spring. In 2015, the state Liquor and Cannabis Board determined Everett should have 10 stores, but a 2016 City Council ordinance restrained the number to five.

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  14. Center gives people a place to belongRead the original story

    Feb 20, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Mark Nyberg, who has autism, had to challenge himself on a recent trip to the Snohomish Aquatic Center. "I had to take a little step and a big breath," Nyberg said.

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  15. News bites for February 14Read the original story

    Feb 13, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A celebration of life for Henry Groeneveld, the mailman who died in December, is scheduled for Sunday, March 11 at 3 p.m. at Snohomish Community Church, 13622 Dubuque Road. People are placing ribbons on their mailboxes and giving thank-you notes to their mail carriers in the wake of his death.

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  16. Methadone clinic for downtown Everett discussedRead the original story

    Feb 13, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    City Council members had a few questions last week on allowing a methadone clinic into downtown: For starters, how would one operate? Would people lined up for treatment be waiting outside the door? Would a treatment clinic for opioid addicts cause people to loiter around the area? City zoning rules currently allow for one methadone clinic. The proposed changes would not limit how many could locate downtown.

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  17. Tolls on U.S. 2 would fund new trestleRead the original story

    Feb 6, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A new state study suggests replacing the U.S. 2 westbound trestle could cost $2 billion and it might take up to $690 million in long-term tolls to afford construction. "Tolls should be considered as a significant and viable funding source," according to the January study, though local officials and many in the community beg to differ.

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  18. Everett Film Festival Feb. 16, 17 brings indie to big screenRead the original story

    Feb 6, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The Everett Film Festival always promises to challenge audiences with thought-provoking pieces from filmmakers all over the world. Now in its 21st year, the weekend event will feature 11 films: five shorts, four documentaries and two features, plus two live Q&As with filmmakers in the festival.

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  19. Mayor Cassie Franklin sets her priorities for EverettRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    On the campaign trail to being elected mayor, Cassie Franklin spent 2017 outlining her goals. Some of those included enlarging the city's economic development office, encouraging more community dialogue and addressing violence along Casino Road and in South Everett.

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  20. Longtime EvCC basketball coach Chet Hovde brings heart to the gameRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    In any industry, 40 years is a remarkable accomplishment. As a coach at the college level, however, 40 years is nearly unheard of.

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