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South of the Marysville city limits lies one of our community’s natural assets, the Qwuloolt Estuary. (Qwuloolt means “marsh” in Lushootseed, a language spoken by Puget Sound Salish tribes including Tulalip.) It’s the place where the Snohomish River meets the Puget Sound. This transition zon…

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In each annual budget, the Snohomish County Council allocates money to be spent on local parks and community projects throughout the county. These projects are mostly funded by REET (Real Estate Excise Tax) and various grants. In the 2019 budget, $2.7 million was allocated for projects in Di…

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With Daylight Saving Time and spring just around the corner, we’re excited to step up our activity levels and embrace all the health and wellness activities the Marysville Tulalip community has to offer. Here’s just a sample. 

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With the recent federal government shutdown and partisan gridlock taking priority over doing the people’s work, Snohomish County elected officials continue to work together on a productive and bipartisan basis. In this month’s column, I will highlight some of the good work being achieved in …

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As the days steadily warm in February, the New Year has us refreshed and ready to get to work on new projects. The City of Marysville, the Tulalip Tribes, and the Marysville School District are all working hard on many economic development projects to help improve our neighborhoods, schools,…

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Forget about learning? I know that sounds like strange advice coming from a teacher, but think about this: Have you ever tried looking at a faint star in the night sky? If so, you know that gazing directly at it will cause it to disappear. It is only by looking a little off to the side that …

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Snohomish County, along with the other 38 counties in Washington State, provides local and regional services to its residents. Many decisions about the County are made locally by the County Council and other elected officials. However, other decisions are forced down to the County from the s…

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Happy New Year, Marysville Tulalip community! We appreciate serving residents, families, visitors and businesses year-round. Let’s reflect on highlights of last year’s accomplishments and look ahead to 2019.

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On Monday, Nov. 19, the Snohomish County Council adopted the 2019 budget. The budget reflects North County values of fiscal responsibility and prioritizing public safety. 

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As we approach the holiday season, shorter days, the school break, and begin to prepare for a new year, it is a good time to pause and reflect. At the Marysville School District, we begin thinking about first-semester student grades and attendance, but academics are not the only thing that i…

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In last month’s column, I provided a breakdown of the total property taxes collected by the County Treasurer and how those dollars are allocated by various taxing authorities (school districts, local governments, etc.) In that article, I shared that of the $1.4 billion collected in total, th…

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Property tax dollars are used to fund much of local government operations at various levels. The process through which property taxes are levied and collected is complex. In this month’s column, I will share some important information about how property taxes are collected, how the amounts a…

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October is always a fun month with friends and family getting ready for fall activities, youth sports, and of course — Halloween! October is a month where we focus greatly on our physical and mental wellness, which is a priority in our Marysville and Tulalip communities year-round. Our commu…

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Recent market studies have shown that the construction industry will grow faster in Snohomish County than neighboring counties in the Puget Sound region. Workforce Snohomish reports that we are poised to see a growth of 25% in the construction industry in Snohomish County over the next ten y…

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The start of a new school year means new beginnings — new beginnings, not just for our local students, but for the entire Marysville-Tulalip community. As businesses, organizations and individuals, we are all responsible for our community’s success and our children’s ability to thrive.