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Governor agrees to keep future government employee compensation talks secret Governor agrees to keep future government employee compensation talks secret 2022-09-29
Unless the legislature decides to step in and require transparency for state government employee compensation talks, they will continue to be conducted in secret
Steady revenue forecast since February primes pump for tax relief Steady revenue forecast since February primes pump for tax relief 2022-09-22
The September revenue forecast continues to show $1.5 billion above expectations for 2021-23 since the February forecast.
Draft Affordable Housing Business Plan Draft Affordable Housing Business Plan 2022-08-18
Draft Plan Will be Funded by Approved 0.1 Percent Sales Tax for Affordable Housing and Behavioral Health Facilities
Shooting in the 1600 block of Baker Ave Shooting in the 1600 block of Baker Ave 2022-07-29
07/29/2022 Shooting in the 1600 block of Baker Ave leaves one in critical condition.
Gas prices projected to increase 46 cents per gallon Gas prices projected to increase 46 cents per gallon 2022-07-12
Washington states new tax on CO2 emissions is projected to add 46 cents to the cost of a gallon of gas as soon as next year, the state Department of Ecology reports.
Shooting leaves one in critical condition in Everett. Shooting leaves one in critical condition in Everett. 2022-06-20
EVERETT, WA  Major Crimes detectives are investigating a shooting that left one in critical condition
Preview the final stage of the SR 9 and SR 204 improvement Preview the final stage of the SR 9 and SR 204 improvement 2022-06-13
In-person open house set for June 22 in Lake Stevens; online virtual office hours offered too.
Community Transit board approves plan Community Transit board approves plan 2022-06-13
Community Transit board approves plan to engage communities on service impacts Federally required Title VI plan outlines commitment to service equity
Capital gains income tax battle Capital gains income tax battle 2022-06-12
The next steps on whether Washington will remain income tax free will be in the courts, as the I-1929 ballot campaign to repeal the capital gains income tax has suspended its activities.
Mileage tax is a slush fund for transit Mileage tax is a slush fund for transit 2022-04-16
For Seattle planners, the mileage tax is a slush fund for transit, not a gas tax replacement
Vancouver school superintendent seeks to end learning excellence program Vancouver school superintendent seeks to end learning excellence program 2022-04-15
Vancouver public school superintendent Jeff Snell (annual salary $281,000) says he wants to expel students from the districts popular self-contained Highly Gifted classes and end the program permanently.
HART released its report and five-year plan HART released its report and five-year plan 2022-04-06
We need more housing, at all price points, to ensure we have livable communities for all of our residents
Oregons COVID state of emergency to end April 1 Oregons COVID state of emergency to end April 1 2022-03-30
No fooling, Oregon Governor Kate Brown is rescinding her states COVID state of emergency on April 1
Income tax ban Income tax ban 2022-02-26
There are now at least 26 local governments in Washington with an income tax ban.
Public decries fake emergency powers reform bill Public decries fake emergency powers reform bill 2022-02-25
Some lawmakers claim SB 5909 is meaningful emergency powers reform but based on the public hearing yesterday, the public can see clearly through that charade.
WA voter support for school choice WA voter support for school choice 2022-02-10
Poll results show strong WA voter support for school choice, sales tax cut, and repeal of the long-term care payroll tax
Proposed $16 billion transportation Proposed $16 billion transportation 2022-02-08
The House and Senate Transportation Committee chairs unveiled a proposed $16 billion transportation revenue package called Move Ahead Washington.
21 local governments have acted to ban an income tax 21 local governments have acted to ban an income tax 2022-02-07
The Pasco City Council yesterday adopted a resolution opposing a local income tax.
Capital gains income tax lawsuit FACT CHECK Capital gains income tax lawsuit FACT CHECK 2021-11-09
Attorney General files response to capital gains income tax lawsuit
Community Transit budget workshop Community Transit budget workshop 2021-10-25
Snohomish County, Wash.  The Community Transit Board of Directors will discuss the proposed 2022 Community Transit budget on Thursday, October 28 at 3 p.m.
Fire Levy Lid Lift Fire Levy Lid Lift 2021-10-08
SRFR will be holding three public meeting to explain the ballot measure.
Snohomish County Expands Use of Electric Vehicles Snohomish County Expands Use of Electric Vehicles 2021-10-06
Benefits of using an electric yard goat vehicle help celebrate Energy Efficiency Day
Emergency Declarations Emergency Declarations 2021-09-21
ONeill Institute for National and Global Health Law: Its Time to Reconsider State of Emergency Declarations for Sustained Crises
Bellevue developer fined $280,000 Bellevue developer fined $280,000 2021-09-21
Bellevue developer fined $280,000 for multiple dangerous waste violations at downtown site
Patriotism is alive in Snohomish Patriotism is alive in Snohomish 2021-09-11
The students at the Academy of Snohomish, a private school, have demonstrated their compassion with a tribute to those lost on 9/11.
Make that seven WA cities with local income tax ban Make that seven WA cities with local income tax ban 2021-09-09
Turns out the number of Washington cities with a local income tax ban is now up to seven.
Seattle scores a weekend of construction and sports Seattle scores a weekend of construction and sports 2021-09-08
Three different closures bring delays, require fans a plan to get to/from Sounders and Mariners games
Patriots standing up to the MACHINE Patriots standing up to the MACHINE 2021-08-13
Today in America we face a choice, between the freedom that we were granted by our creator or medical tyranny being handed down from unelected bureaucrats and run away politicians...all in the name of safety
RESIDENTS TO MASK UP INDOORS RESIDENTS TO MASK UP INDOORS 2021-08-09
ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON MASKING DIRECTIVE ISSUED FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Wastewater Treatment Plants Recognized Wastewater Treatment Plants Recognized 2021-08-02
126 wastewater treatment plants recognized for their performance in 2020
Montlake Bridge Montlake Bridge 2021-07-30
Montlake Bridge closed to vehicles, Aug. 9 to Sept. 3
Amid police shortage Amid police shortage 2021-07-29
Amid police shortage, Councilmembers Dunn, von Reichbauer secure new funding to hire more deputies
COVID-19 PREVENTION MEASURES REMAIN CRUCIAL COVID-19 PREVENTION MEASURES REMAIN CRUCIAL 2021-07-19
Snohomish County residents are encouraged to follow guidance for preventing disease, to stay informed, and to prepare for behavioral health impacts
Battle Ground considers local income tax ban Battle Ground considers local income tax ban 2021-07-15
The City of Battle Ground could soon join Spokane, Granger and Spokane Valley in banning a local income tax.
Snohomish Countys Adopt-a-Road Snohomish Countys Adopt-a-Road 2021-07-15
Snohomish Countys Adopt-a-Road Program Resumes After Pause Due to Pandemic
Tax Dollars Are Being Spent Tax Dollars Are Being Spent 2021-07-15
Dunn Wants King County Taxpayers to Know How Their Tax Dollars Are Being Spent
PUD Arlington Microgrid Goes Live PUD Arlington Microgrid Goes Live 2021-07-14
Think of the Arlington Microgrid as a clean energy generator with a day job.
Workplace safety during summer heat waves Workplace safety during summer heat waves 2021-07-14
Emergency heat exposure rules define what employers need to do to protect outdoor workers
Ecology declares drought emergency Ecology declares drought emergency 2021-07-14
Record-breaking heat wave exacerbates already dry conditions across state
Burning Ban UPDATE Burning Ban UPDATE 2021-07-14
Burn ban went into effect Friday, June 25, 2021. However, campfires are still allowed in all (but Squire Creek & Whitehorse) Snohomish County Campgrounds
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