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Snohomish County

Executive John Lovick’s State of the County Address

Snohomish County Executive John Lovick gave his first ever State of the County Address in Everett on February 20, 2014. In it he noted, “… what a difference we all made together in less than a year.”

By Chuck Wright, Mill Creek resident.

Snohomish County Executive John Lovick gave his first ever State of the County Address in Everett on February 20, 2014. In it he noted, “… what a difference we all made together in less than a year.”

Lovick made sure he emphasized the plural pronoun “we,” because he knows it takes a “we” collectively to build a great community. And he wanted to give credit where credit is due for the county’s many successes.

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office seeking witnesses to police impersonation

Detectives with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office are looking for 24 year-old Antonio L. Coddute-Farrison who has a history of impersonating police and is believed to be in possession of various law enforcement gear, including weapons, a Taser, handcuffs, and ballistic vests.

February 21, 2014 update

Antonio Codute-Farrison turned himself in Thursday night, February 20, 2014, and was booked into the Snohomish County jail.

Detectives would like to speak to anyone who may have been stopped by Coddute-Farrsion while he was posing as a police officer.

Call the Sheriff’s Office Anonymous Tip Line at 425-388-3845.

Mill Creek confronted with multi-million dollar fix for 35th Avenue SE flooding

The City of Mill Creek has been forced to consider a multi-million dollar project to reconstruct 35th Avenue SE to alleviate flooding.

February 10, 2014, update

The Mill Creek City Council unanimously approved a $423,223 consultant contract with KPFF Consulting Engineers to develop a detailed design for fixing the 35th Avenue SE roadway flooding issues at their regular February 4, 2014, meeting. The additional future construction cost is estimated to be $3,500,000.

Smoke alarms alert couple to Meadowdale house fire

A couple and their three dogs safely escaped after smoke alarms alerted them to a fire in their home in the Meadowdale area of unincorporated Snohomish County on Monday, February 4, 2014.

A couple and their three dogs safely escaped after smoke alarms alerted them to a fire in their home in the Meadowdale area of unincorporated Snohomish County on Monday, February 3, 2014.

The fire in the 4800 block of 164th St. SW was reported by the homeowners at about 11:40 pm. They told firefighters the smoke alarms woke them up. Firefighters could see smoke and flames in the attached garage when they arrived.

Don’t let a DUI ruin the excitement of a Seahawks Super Bowl win

Troopers will be out in force in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, and Whatcom counties looking to remove impaired drivers from the roadways. Don’t ruin the thrill of the Hawks run at a championship by getting arrested for DUI.

The Seattle Seahawks play the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, February 2nd (depending on the weather)! 

Even though the game is being played clear across the country, there will be plenty of excitement around Washington.  The Washington State Patrol (WSP) would like to remind both the die-hard Hawks fans as well as those fair-weather football fans to enjoy the game and have a blast doing so; but also to plan ahead for travel before and after the game.

Stage 1 burn bans lifted for Pierce and Snohomish Counties

Effective 10:00 am, January 27, 2014,
 burn bans lifted for Pierce and Snohomish Counties. The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is lifting the Stage 1 air quality burn bans for Pierce and Snohomish counties.

Effective 10:00 am, January 27, 2014,
 burn bans are lifted for Pierce and Snohomish Counties.

The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is lifting the Stage 1 air quality burn bans for Pierce and Snohomish counties.

The Clean Air Agency appreciates the public's cooperation with the burn ban and encourages people to check current air quality and burn ban status before they burn. Conditions can change quickly this time of year.

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