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Civic Affairs

Everett School Board chooses executive search firm to find new superintendent

At their February 26, 2019, special meeting, the Everett School Board of Directors selected executive search firm Ray & Associates to recruit candidates to replace retiring Superintendent Dr. Gary Cohn.  Cohn announced his retirement in January after leading Everett Public Schools for the last 10 years.

At their February 26th special meeting, the Everett School Board of Directors selected executive search firm Ray & Associates to recruit candidates to replace retiring Superintendent Dr. Gary Cohn.

Cohn announced his retirement in January after leading Everett Public Schools for the last 10 years.

Mill Creek City Council to discuss The Farm at Mill Creek development agreement

The Mill Creek City Council will have a second chance to discuss East Gateway Urban Village's newest proposed development, The Farm at Mill Creek, at their Tuesday, Feburary 26th meeting. City staff and the developer will present the negotiated development agreement that they have been working on since April 2018.

The Mill Creek City Council will have a second chance to discuss East Gateway Urban Village's newest proposed development, The Farm at Mill Creek, at their Tuesday, Feburary 26th meeting. 

City staff and the developer will present the negotiated development agreement that they have been working on since April 2018.

City of Mill Creek selects 2019 Association of Washington Cities Scholarship nominee

At their February 19, 2019, meeting, the Mill Creek City Council selected Elijah Beals as the city’s 2019 AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarship Nominee. Beals, a senior at Glacier Peak High School and a resident of the SpringTree neighborhood, will also receive a $500 scholarship from the city.

At their February 19th meeting the Mill Creek City Council selected Elijah Beals as the city’s 2019 AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarship Nominee.

Beals, a senior at Glacier Peak High School and a resident of the SpringTree neighborhood, will also receive a $500 scholarship from the city.

South County Fire and Rescue to offer Community Emergency Response Team classes

South County Fire is the largest provider of fire and emergency medical services in Snohomish County, serving more than 250,000 residents in unincorporated communities and the cities of Brier, Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace.

Learn how to help during a disaster in Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) classes offered by South County Fire in spring 2019.

Following a major disaster, firefighters and other first responders may not be able to meet the heavy demand for their services. People will have to rely on each other to meet many lifesaving and life-sustaining needs.

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