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Snohomish County

Snohomish County to improve nearly 47 miles of county roads this summer

Each year, Snohomish County Public Works evaluates its roads to develop a multi-year plan to preserve and maintain county roads in the most cost-effective way. This year, the county will pave approximately 8.8 miles of road with asphalt. It will also pre-level and/or chip seal approximately 38 miles of road as part of its Chip Seal Program.

Each year, Snohomish County Public Works evaluates its roads to develop a plan to preserve and maintain county roads in the most cost-effective way.

This year, the county will pave approximately 8.8 miles of road with asphalt.

It will also pre-level and/or chip seal approximately 38 miles of road as part of its Chip Seal Program.

Edmonds College celebrates their 53rd annual Commencement ceremony online

Brenda Obonyo, who served as student government executive officer for administration, was be the 2020 student commencement speaker.

For the safety and health of the campus community, the Edmonds College 2020 Commencement celebration was held online on Friday, June 19th.

The virtual commencement video is available for viewing with messages from Edmonds College President Dr. Amit B. Singh, Associated Students Executive Officer for Administration Brenda Obonyo, and more.

Mountlake Terrace Transit Center Freeway Station to close until late November

Community Transit and Sound Transit announced plans for closure of the freeway station at the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center, starting on July 6, 2020, through late November. The nearly five-month closure is needed to facilitate construction of the Link light rail extension north to Lynnwood.

Community Transit and Sound Transit announced plans for closure of the freeway station at the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center, starting on Monday, July 6th, through late November.

The nearly five-month closure is needed to facilitate construction of the Link light rail extension north to Lynnwood.

Two cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children diagnosed in Puget Sound Region

The Washington State Department of Health, Snohomish Health District, and Public Health—Seattle & King County are confirming two cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children associated with COVID-19. The patients, one Snohomish County resident and one King County resident, both received treatment at Seattle Children’s Hospital. 

The Washington State Department of Health, Snohomish Health District, and Public Health—Seattle & King County are confirming two cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children associated with COVID-19. 

The patients, one Snohomish County resident and one King County resident, both received treatment at Seattle Children’s Hospital. 

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