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Work underway to install new medians on 67th Ave.

The city of Arlington is installing new medians on 67th Avenue NE that could become a standard model for the city's traffic dividers. Work began on the medians on Jan. 8. Arlington Maintenance and...

 

Nehring discusses plans for Marysville in 2018

Continuing road planning, trail expansions, public safety initiatives and advancing the Manufacturing-Industrial Center are some of the projects slated for Marysville in the new year. “I’m excited about 2018. Things are really going well here in...

 

Tolbert discusses Arlington's plans for 2018

When looking forward to the issues that the city will be addressing in 2018, Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert said the planned Marysville-Arlington Manufacturing Industrial Center continues to have the potential to create a lot of local jobs. Local...

 

Local jurisdictions set legislative agendas

If it’s January, is must be legislative season in Olympia. With a short session ahead, it’s important for local jurisdictions to hone their priorities and clearly articulate their value to our state lawmakers. Here is an overview of the...

 

Negotiations for merging fire services end

Talks between Marysville and Arlington to potentially merge their fire services are likely coming to an end after the Marysville City Council voted to end negotiations during their Dec. 11 meeting. The city of Marysville is currently provided fire se...

 

State Rep. Eslick meets with constituents

Recently appointed 39th State Legislative District Rep. Carolyn Eslick met with some of her constituents on Dec. 12 to talk about local issues. Eslick was appointed to the seat this September to...

 

Eagle Festival contests announced

Winter is a good time for reflection and creativity. Let nature inspire you to create a poem, capture eagle images with your camera, or create a work of art to display at the Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018. Cash prizes...

 

Housing Hope opens Twin Lakes Landing

Thirty-eight families who are currently homeless will soon be transitioning to new homes in Lakewood with the opening of Housing Hope's Twin Lakes Landing project. Housing Hope opened the new...

 

James looks forward to serving on council

Longtime Marysville resident Mark James will step into the Marysville City Council next year as one of two new council members. In the Nov. 7 general election James defeated incumbent Donna Wright...

 

Horizontal Mixed Use moves toward city code

After much discussion in the past year, Arlington City Council will vote next Monday, Dec. 18, to make the necessary changes to the city code to adopt a Horizontal Mixed Use (HMU) style of development. Languages changes include removing a Transfer of...

 
 By Nathan Whalen    News    December 6, 2017

M'ville bans supervised drug consumption sites

The Marysville City Council last week took a step prohibiting supervised drug consumption sites. The council unanimously approved a six-month moratorium preventing such sites from opening within city limits. “It’s more of a pre-emptive...

 

Council considers Lodging Tax grants

Arlington City Council faced a short agenda this Monday, Dec. 4. After little discussion and no complaints from the public at last week’s workshop meeting, council was expected to approve Lodging Tax distributions for 2018. Finance Director...

 

King hopes to make a difference on City Council

Longtime Marysville resident and community member Tom King will serve as one of the new Marysville City Council members next year. In the Nov. 7 general election, King won the Marysville City Council...

 

Council reviews tourism grant recommendations

At this Monday’s workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled to review the proposed lodging tax distributions for 2018. Finance Director Kristin Garcia explained the process and the rational of the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee, which...

 

Roundy looks to address city's growth

Local accountant Joshua Roundy will serve as the newest member of the Arlington City Council next year. The City Council pos. 2 seat was one of several local elections on this year's Nov. 7 ballot...

 

City Council considers property taxes, EMS levy

Arlington City Council was scheduled to approve the proposed 2018 property taxes and the 2018 EMS levy this Monday, Nov. 20. At the Nov. 6 public hearing no one spoke on the tax levies, but on proposed budget amendments, Lindsay Dunn inquired about $...

 

Preliminary results in for General Election

Changes are coming to both the Marysville City Council and Arlington City Council as multiple incumbents were defeated in the Nov. 7 General Election. Preliminary ballot results were posted on Nov. 7 with updates throughout the week. Marysville City...

 

Preliminary results for Nov. 7 General Election

The Snohomish County Elections office has released the preliminary results for the Nov. 7 General Election. County Council, District 1 Nate Nehring received 9,402 votes (59.10 percent) and Ray Miller received 6,451 votes (40.55 percent) City of...

 

Arlington celebrates Hometown Halloween

Arlington families and kids grabbed candy and rolled pumpkins as part of the annual Downtown Arlington Hometown Halloween on Oct. 28. A number of different organizations offered activities throughout...

 

City council, school board races on Nov. 7 ballot

There are multiple races between potential Arlington and Marysville city council members on this year’s general election ballot, as well as state, county and other local races. Nov. 7 is the deadline for ballots for this year’s general election....

 

Legends of the Blues returns to BPAC

Legends of the Blues V will be presented Saturday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center at the Arlington High School, 18821 Crown Ridge Boulevard, Arlington.​ Tickets are $15 online, $20 at the door and kids under 12 are...

 

City Council looks at budget

At this week’s workshop meeting Arlington City Council was scheduled to review amendments of the 2017 budget in preparation for the 2018 budget. A public hearing is scheduled on Nov. 6 on changes to this year’s budget and on a 1 percent increase...

 

Arlington chamber hosts candidates forum

Local candidates in Arlington City Council races and the Snohomish County Council District 1 race talked at a local candidates forum on Oct. 10. The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce hosted...

 

Arlington City Council proclaims Friends of the Library Week

At this Monday’s city council meeting, Oct. 16, Arlington City Council was scheduled to approve appointments to the youth council and a right-of-way acquisition on 188th Street for widening the street. Applicants included last year’s council...

 

M'ville considers Stay Out of Drug Area

Marysville officials may approve a new "Stay Out of Drug Area" for north Marysville/Lakewood that would prevent some offenders from returning to the area. The potential ordinance would allow for...

 

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