Anderson’s next push: rescind comp plan decision
MONROE - Rivmont Drive resident Lowell Anderson is probably still smiling about winning an appeal he filed challenging the adequacy of the city’s phased Environmental Impact Statement on the land below his property, but he hasn’t stopped there.
Cocoon House making bigger place for county’s street teens
EVERETT - They come not always fed, not always showered and not always feeling loved.
Teens living on the streets throughout Snohomish County have a place to go at Cocoon House’s U-Turn Center at 1601 Broadway, but things are getting crowded there.
Woman fighting dog breed specific language
EVERETT - An impassioned resident came to the City Council last week urging it to change the city’s breed specific legislation for dangerous dogs.
Pursuing his passion
SNOHOMISH - Behind the grooved lines of Earl Anders’ face and the craftsman’s hands that have made several million pieces of jewelry is a sharp mind—of a businessman.
New Valley View school readying for fall
SNOHOMISH - Students at Valley View Middle School will venture into a brand-new facility this fall.
Voters approved a $261.6 million bond in 2008 that was used in part to finance the remodel and expansion project. The new school cost $85 million and received new technology, a new gym and a new outdoor track.
Mukilteo now considering parking meters
MUKILTEO - The Mukilteo City Council seems open to charging people to park at Lighthouse Park come March.
Last week’s council discussion, though, opened up new talks on whether the city should charge for parking throughout downtown.
Wine walk downtown growing each month
SNOHOMISH - In its second year and still growing, Sunsets in Snohomish Wine Walks will be hitting the pavement for its second-to-last walk Saturday, August 11 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Should Mukilteo spend newfound money on gulch land or projects?
MUKILTEO - In Mukilteo, a debate is brewing on a $183,000 question: Should that money go toward preserving Japanese Gulch or toward other city projects?
Everett considering land swap program
EVERETT - The city is considering joining Snohomish County’s transfer of development rights program.