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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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Arlington, Marysville consider forming Regional Fire Authority

Fire services in Marysville and Arlington may be combining in the future into one Regional Fire Authority. Both the Marysville and Arlington city councils have voted to begin planning and discussing...

 

Marysville law focuses on junk in yards

Marysville officials hope an update to the city’s Public Nuisances ordinance will help clean up some neighborhoods where homeowners are keeping garbage and trash on their lawns. The law comes after pressure from Marysville residents who have found...

 

M'ville to vote on sales tax increase

This August Marysville voters will see a sales tax increase measure on their ballot that city officials hope can improve public safety in the city. The measure would increase sales tax by 0.1 percent...

 

Chili cook-off benefits Historical Society

The Marysville community is invited to a free chili cook-off at the Marysville Historical Society's new museum building this May 14. The chili cook-off will be the first public event at the museum...

 

Historical Society opens museum

The Marysville Historical Society held the soft opening of their long-awaited museum on March 19. The organization opened the doors to the museum for community members to enter and view the museum...

 

Marysville approves fireworks ban

The Marysville City Council passed a ban of personal fireworks in the city during their Jan. 25 meeting. The ordinance passed with a 4-3 vote. Under the new ordinance it will be a civil infraction to...

 

Preliminary results in for Nov. 3 election

November's General Election included many items important for Arlington and Marysville including city council and mayoral positions, as well as a proposition from Community Transit that could...

 

Preliminary results for Nov. 3 General Election

Snohomish County has released the preliminary results for the Nov. 3, 2015 General Election. The next update is slated for Nov. 4 at 5 p.m. County Executive Dave Somers (Prefers Democratic Party) received 35,363 votes (56.91%). John Lovick (Prefers...

 

County, local races on Nov. 3 ballot

Ballots for the Nov. 3 general election are scheduled to be mailed out Oct. 15, which will include many local city and county races for voters. The last day to register to vote by mail was Oct. 5, but new voters can register in-person at the...

 

Coastal Community Bank opens

The largest bank headquartered in Snohomish County, Coastal Community Bank, opened a new branch in downtown Marysville recently. The bank opened its doors on Aug. 3 and held its grand opening on Aug....

 

Council gets update on fireworks

Marysville city councilmembers were hoping to find strong reasons to either ban or allow fireworks on the 4th of July, but it appears there will be no easy answers for this issue. The City Council heard an update from the fireworks committee they...

 

Local mayor, city council and school board candidates file for election

Two local mayor positions, multiple city council positions and the Snohomish County Executive position will be up for election this November. The deadline for candidates to file for the upcoming election season in Snohomish County was May 15. Races...

 

Marysville considering fireworks ban

A complete fireworks ban is under heavy consideration by the Marysville City Council, who voted to form a committee to study the issue during their July 28 meeting. City councilmembers reported that illegal and improper use of fireworks has made the...

 

Marysville waits for legislature before deciding on marijuana

The Marysville City Council will likely not be making a decision on marijuana businesses until April, opting to wait until the state legislature decides on a couple of important related bills. There are multiple bills going through Olympia which, if...

 

First phase of Marysville museum nearing completion

The wooden frame of the Marysville Historical Society's new museum is visible from Jennings Park, and after the New Year the building will enter its next phase of construction with volunteers. The...

 

Marysville forms TBD to propose taxes, improve roads

A measure for a 0.002 percent (two tenths of one percent) sales tax could soon be on the Marysville ballot to fund the city’s newly formed Transportation Benefit District (TBD). A TBD is a quasi-municipal corporation (like a water district or a...

 

Smokey Point/Lakewood area may have police precinct soon

A potential upcoming police and public works precinct for north Marysville was discussed during the Oct. 28 Marysville City Council meeting along with other council business. Lakewood Precinct A new police and public works office could open up for...

 

Unique café has official opening

The Quick Stop Gyro Pita Pit, located in a former service station building at 9515 State Avenue in Marysville, welcomed the mayor and other city officials for the restaurant’s official grand opening last Tuesday. City Councilmembers Stephen...

 

Building on our history

From left to right, Marysville Historical Society members Morrie Sachsenmaier, Gerry Rasmussen, Ken Cage, Ethel Cage and Marie Nelson are joined by Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring to break ground on the...

 

Breaking ground on history

The Marysville Historical Society plans to break ground for their long-awaited museum on August 25 during a public ceremony, beginning at 10 a.m. Construction of the museum is slated to begin in September. The building will be opened in 2013 if...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 15, 2011

Locals file for public office

While a few local officials have decided to step down from public service, others are waiting in the wings to take their place, and to challenge incumbents planning to run for re-election. County...

 

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