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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...

 

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...

 

M'ville Chamber hosts candidates forum

Local candidates for Marysville and Snohomish County races in the upcoming general election talked about their platforms at a candidates forum on Sept. 29. Candidates from two Marysville City Council...

 

Cities receive grant for industrial center

Marysville and Arlington received a total of $100,000 in grant funding to finish more work around their planned Manufacturing and Industrial Center near Smokey Point and north Marysville. Local...

 

Talks continue regarding proposed RFA

A potential Regional Fire Authority that would combine fire services for Marysville, Arlington and Fire District 12 was discussed on Sept. 28. Officials from Arlington, Marysville and Fire District...

 

Fiber-optic network coming to north M'ville

Comcast will provide the latest infrastructure improvement to the north Marysville area that is planned for manufacturing and industrial jobs. They are building a high-speed fiber-optic network in...

 

Former mayor Bob Kraski passes away

Longtime Arlington mayor and leader Bob Kraski passed away last week. Kraski served on the Arlington City Council for nearly 10 years before being appointed as mayor in 1990. He would go on to serve...

 

Chamber hosts candidates forum

The Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce will host a candidates forum for local races in the upcoming November election during their monthly meeting on Sept. 29. Candidates in two of the Marysville City Council races and in Snohomish County...

 

Arlington City Council approves SODA ordinance

Arlington's City Council has approved a new ordinance they hope will keep repeat drug offenders away from the Smokey Point area. The council approved the new "Stay Out of Designated Area" or SODA...

 

Preliminary results in for primary election

Preliminary results for August's primary election are in and Marysville's EMS Levy appears to have passed along with several candidates moving on to the ballot in November's general election. The...

 

Talks continue on forming Regional Fire Authority

Officials from Arlington, Marysville and Fire District 12 met on July 27 to continue talks of consolidating their fire services into a Regional Fire Authority (RFA). Fire department officials and...

 

Results for the Aug. 1 Primary Election

Preliminary results for the Aug. 1 Primary Election County Council District 1 Nate Nehring received 6,685 votes (39.02percent) Ray Miller received 6,080 votes (35.49 percent) Robert J. Sutherland received 1,724 votes (10.06 percent) Chris Ihler...

 

EMS levy, local races on ballot for Aug. 1 primary election

Ballots for the Snohomish County Primary Election have been mailed out to voters in the county, including to Marysville and Arlington residents. The ballot for the Aug. 1 election contains any races that have more than two candidates, or any other...

 

Fireworks incidents reduced over Fourth

This Fourth of July was the first with a fireworks ban in place for the city of Marysville and the Marysville Fire District and Marysville Police Department reported reduced use. The number of emergency responses because of fireworks was much lower...

 

Arlington transportation plan paves way for regional transportation funding

A public hearing was scheduled this Monday on the annual update of the city’s six-year Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP). The plan is important because any road project must be listed on the plan to be eligible for state or federal funding from...

 

Marysville plans to expand emergency management program

The city of Marysville plans to expand their current emergency preparedness program in the future. Local Marysville staff plan to take over duties that the county currently handles. Emergency...

 

Arlington works to fight addiction, homelessness

The city of Arlington is beginning some initiatives, and continuing others, meant to help fight homelessness and addiction in the city. On June 19 the City Council passed an ordinance establishing a...

 

Talks continue on Regional Fire Authority

Talks continue between the cities of Arlington and Marysville, and Fire District 12 about potentially combining their fire and emergency services into one Regional Fire Authority. The three groups...

 

Council to vote on Riar rezone

This Monday, Arlington City Council was expected to vote on the controversial Riar family rezone, north of 172nd Street and east of 67th Avenue. A private request for an amendment to the city’s Comprehensive Plan, Land Use Map Official Zoning Map...

 

Council reviews another rezone

At this week’s workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled to review another rezone request. The Riar family rezone, requested by Supinder Gill, seeks a change from residential low and moderate density to high density residential north...

 

Fireworks ban now in effect in Marysville

This is the first year that Marysville's fireworks ban will be in place, but even those who reside in Arlington or in unincorporated Snohomish County should know the laws around discharging fireworks...

 

Openings on M'ville Civil Service, Salary commissions

Are you a Marysville resident who wants to serve your community? The city is accepting applications to fill openings on its Civil Service Commission and Salary Commission.  To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume by June 30 to...

 

Marysville Historical Society opens new museum

The Marysville Historical Society held the grand opening of their museum on June 3. The museum will store and exhibit the organizations historical artifacts and also serve as a meeting place or...

 

Reserve policy goes back to drawing board

After some lively discussion at the May 22 workshop meeting, a proposal to change the city’s financial policies on reserves was revised. The proposed change from a one month operating reserve to two months is being put on hold for further research...

 

Fish, wildlife return to Qwuloolt Estuary

The Tulalip Tribes gave their first update on the restoration of the Qwuloolt Estuary since they breached the local dike in September of 2015. The project to restore the estuary area near the...

 

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