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Snohomish Council Gets Some Familiar Faces Snohomish County Tribune

Tue, Nov 14, 2017

Snohomish council gets some familiar facesSnohomish County TribuneFor the council position 5, the race was close between Linda Redmon and Bob Dvorak. Redmon was winning by a margin of about 3 percent 1,425 votes over Dvorak39s 1,371 votes. This seat is being vacated by Councilman Derrick Burke, who made a

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In Uniform The Daily Herald

Mon, Oct 23, 2017

In UniformThe Daily HeraldJob help Homeless, unemployed veterans can get help through Workforce Snohomish. Employment assistance, support services, help with VA benefits and housing. More info Gordon Meade, 4259213478 or gordon.meadeworkforcesnohomish.org.

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Linda Redmon Endorsed by The Everett Herald

Wed, Oct 18, 2017

In Our View Editorial: Endorsements for Snohomish City Council Continuing Tuesday’s recommendations, the editorial board endorses Redmon, Countryman and Dana. Wednesday, October 18, 2017 1:30am Opinion In Our View By The Herald Editorial Board Tuesday we began our endorsement for races in the city of Snohomish where voters, along with electing a “strong” mayor for the

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Editorial Endorsements For Snohomish City Council The Daily Herald

Wed, Oct 18, 2017

Editorial Endorsements for Snohomish City CouncilThe Daily HeraldThe open position drew the candidacies of Bob Dvorak and Linda Redmon, both closely matched in their community involvement and knowledge of city issues. Dvorak, a city resident for nearly 20 years, currently is director of Everett39s senior center ...

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Editorial Picks For Snohomish Mayor And Council The Daily Herald

Tue, Oct 17, 2017

Editorial Picks for Snohomish mayor and councilThe Daily HeraldAs the same time that Snohomish voters usher in a new form of government and elect a mayor for the first time since the 1960s, voters also are being asked to elect five representatives to the sevenmember city council. In each of

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Mayoral Candidates Differ On Many Issues Snohomish County Tribune

Tue, Oct 17, 2017

Mayoral candidates differ on many issuesSnohomish County TribunePart of the Carnegie Master Plan currently has utility funds, paid with utility bills, going toward the building under a plan to use it as an emergency center. Kartak said he wants the council to reverse that the city39s emergency center already exists

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A Potentially Transformative Council Election In Snohomish The Daily Herald

Tue, Oct 17, 2017

A potentially transformative council election in SnohomishThe Daily HeraldHe since has started a coaching practice helping young managers develop skills. Merrill served on Snohomish39s opengovernment committee, as well as a couple nonprofit boards. Bob Dvorak, 60, and Linda Redmon, 47, are campaigning for another seat.

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Snohomish Crime Trends Stable Snohomish County Tribune

Wed, Oct 11, 2017

Snohomish crime trends stableSnohomish County TribuneTribune Newspapers. By MELANIE RUSSELL Published October 11, 2017. Snohomish crime trends stable. SNOHOMISH Crime trends are consistent to last year, Police Department statistics show. Police Chief Keith Rogers presented a quarterly report onnbsp...

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Students Meet Candidates At Forum Snohomish County Tribune

Tue, Oct 10, 2017

Students meet candidates at forumSnohomish County TribuneSNOHOMISH An estimated 300 people mostly high school seniors listened to local candidates and party leaders pitch their causes and positions at a Saturday morning breakfast gathering in the Snohomish High School Commons Sept. 30.

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Snohomish County Exploring Cathcart Property Sale Development The Daily Herald

Sun, Oct 8, 2017

Snohomish County exploring Cathcart property sale, developmentThe Daily HeraldThe zoning, planned community business, would allow for multifamily housing, stores or hotels, health care services and banking or restaurants, among other uses. Some of the land can39t be developed because of wetlands, Blair said. The parcel covers ...and morenbspraquo

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