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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...

 

Road design nearing completion

At this Monday’s workshop meeting, Oct. 9, Arlington City Council was scheduled to review two right-of-way acquisitions, an amendment to a contract with Reid Middleton, and an agreement with WSDOT, all toward construction of the Arlington Valley...

 

City Council considers street closures, tourism grant applications

After discussion at the Sept. 25 workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled this week to adopt amendments to the city’s comp plans for water and wastewater systems. In its consent agenda, council was expected to approve street closures...

 

Salary commission recommends pay increases for mayor, council

Arlington’s Citizens Salary Review Commission filed its compensation decision with the Arlington City Clerk in April, including changes to mayor and council salaries and per diem reimbursements on June 1, 2017, Jan. 1, 2018, and Jan. 1, 2019. As...

 

Marysville receives new HAWK signal

A new type of signal will be activated soon on Marysville's Fourth Street that officials hope will improve pedestrian safety in the area. The "high-intensity activated crosswalk," or "HAWK" signal is...

 

Working together to improve infrastructure, economic development

Public investments in infrastructure may not be exciting, but they are a critical component of planning for expected growth and attracting new businesses to the community. With 67,000 residents, Marysville is the fastest growing city in the state...

 

Council considers variety of proposals

After finally approving $160,000 in tourism grants from lodging taxes last week, Arlington City Council was scheduled at this week’s workshop meeting to review several proposals from the city’s recreation department. Council is reviewing a...

 

Public input sought about Lodging Tax allocations for 2017

Public input will be taken at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, when Arlington’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee reconvenes on proposed allocations for 2017 tourism grants. The meeting will be in the Executive Conference Room at City Hall. Due to a...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    June 1, 2016

City Council to consider contracts

Most of the items on last Monday’s workshop agenda will be up for a vote at the next official council meeting on Monday, June 6. There was no meeting this Monday, the fifth Monday of the month, not to mention Memorial Day. Next Monday, Arlington...

 

Council considers contracts for summer projects

Many will be happy to hear that some main streets in town will be repaired. Arlington City Council was scheduled to review several public works contracts at this week’s workshop meeting. Along with bid awards for striping and thermoplastics on...

 

#SnoCoSqueeze returns this weekend, May 20-23

The #SnoCoSqueeze tightens its grip on Snohomish County this weekend. Get ready for two narrow lanes on northbound I-5 over the Steamboat Slough and Ebey Slough bridges beginning at 9:30 p.m. Friday, May 20. WSDOT contractor crews are replacing...

 

Local commuters face weekend lane closures

Southbound I-5 between Marysville and Everett will see lane reductions for eight upcoming weekends, beginning on March 4. The lane reductions are part of a project to replace expansion joints on the...

 

City considers marketing plan

The city of Arlington is considering a professional service agreement with TWENTYFIVE, a marketing firm, that will brand and market a Retail Focus Area initiative that was launched in early 2015. Staff has outlined a strategy and is now proposing hir...

 

Council considers lease with airport

At this week’s Arlington City Council workshop meeting, the council is scheduled to consider a lease with Arlington Municipal Airport for rental of space for the office of Community & Economic Development. One of the 2014 state audit concerns was...

 

Work continues on 116th St. interchange

The Tulalip Tribes are nearing the final steps in improving the I-5 interchange at 116th Street and hope they can secure an additional $5 million to fully implement the improvements. The Tribes' plan...

 

Improvements coming to Marysville streets

The city of Marysville installed some of their first traffic circles last month and plan to make other street safety improvements including sidewalks to their roads. For a driver there's not much...

 

Arlington council holds workshops

On Monday, Sept. 21, Arlington City Council adopted new animal care and control laws to restrict the tethering of animals. The new laws, which will go into effect no later than Oct. 1, include regulations on the size of a tether, the length of a...

 

Arlington City Council discusses amendment to animal care code

A crowd of animal rights advocates filled Arlington City Council chambers for the workshop meeting Monday, Sept. 14, when Deputy Police Chief Jonathan Ventura reviewed options for updating the city’s animal care and control codes on tethering anima...

 

I-5 work may cause traffic delays

Six Interstate 5 bridges between Marysville and Everett are receiving joint replacement work for about the next 10 months, and that work will eventually cause traffic issues for the area. Work began...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    August 5, 2015

Council discusses cap on marijuana producers

When Arlington City Council capped the number of marijuana producers and processors inside the city limits to 14 until the end of 2015, they asked for a quarterly report on the new industry. On July 27, Chris Young, director of Community and...

 

Nehring to run for re-election

Jon Nehring kicked off his re-election campaign for mayor of Marysville by discussing his future vision for the city, including an industrial job base, water supply improvements and transportation improvements. Nehring and various city, state and...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    April 15, 2015

Arlington City Council considers applicants for salary commission

After approving the “vacation” of a portion of Union Street immediately following a public hearing on Monday, April 6, an ordinance against camping and solicitation returned to the drawing board for further consideration. City Attorney Steve Peif...

 

County receives honor for SR 530 reconstruction

For their work in reconstructing State Rout 530 after the March 22 Oso landslide, Snohomish County Public Works received national recognition earlier this month. The national American Public Works Association (APWA) awarded the newly created...

 

Oso Slide Remembrance Events

Local organizations will hold many events to commemorate this coming weekend in honor of the community of the Stillaguamish Valley and the victims of the Oso landslide. Those events are compiled below: March 20 – Darrington Gathering in Hope...

 

SR 529 bridge will be closed during Feb. weekends

Drivers going to Everett from Marysville during the weekend may have to go on I-5 instead of using SR 529, as the river bridge will have some around-the-clock closures this month. The southbound...

 

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