Tue, Apr 9, 2013
Coal terminal comments released
The online report summarizes thousands of public comments about the scope of an environmental review for the proposed Cherry Point export terminal.
Less waste coming to Cedar Grove
The composting company has decided not to renew their contract with the City of Seattle.
Court ruling a win for treaty rights
Federal judge Ricardo Martinez upholds tribal treaty rights in Washington culvert case.
Transportation Benefit District approved April 1
Funding, projects discussed at April 8 workshop meeting.
Mon, Apr 1, 2013
Second gateway sign installed
The City of Arlington and the Arlington Arts Council collaborated on the sign’s fabrication and installation.
Hospitals seek affiliation input
Community forums are planned for the public to address hospital district commissioners on their plans to affiliate with a larger healthcare system.
Utility work in Sunnyside
The city will close a section of 49th Street April 5 for utility work in Sunnyside area.
Cyber Summit focuses on system protection
Regional utilities, federal and state officials collaborate on cybersecurity.
Tue, Mar 26, 2013
Affordable housing service expands to Snohomish County
Property owners, renters can connect more easily through the new service.
Attend a course on downtown revitalization
The public is encouraged to attend the Marysville University class April 10 to share ideas for reshaping downtown.
Weekly Roll Call Report
Marysville citizens ask council to oppose Citizens United
The Supreme Court decision has relaxed regulation on corporate spending on elections.
More money for sheriffs office
The Snohomish County Council approved additional funding for extraditions.
County approves bonds for infrastructure
The $120 million includes funding for a new courthouse, parks and roads.
Arlington accepts road funding agreements
Grants to fund Airport Blvd. Phase II, traffic light improvements on Smokey Point Boulevard, and signage approved by Arlington council.
Wed, Mar 20, 2013
Citizens learn about road project
The City of Arlington hosted an open house to share information about the 67th Avenue project.
Mayor, councilmembers visit D.C.
The annual cities conference offers an opportunity to gain support for vital local road projects.
Weekly Roll Call Report
Motorcyclist injured in Marysville crash
Marysville police are investigating the car vs. motorcycle collision.
Marysville woman assaulted, suspect sought by police
Marysville police are looking for the assault/arson suspect.
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