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U.S. District Court rules voter-approved I-1639

Bob Ferguson

U.S. District Court rules voter-approved I-1639 that imposed firearm restrictions is constitutional. Law requiring enhanced background checks and waiting periods for semiautomatic assault rifle purchases consistent with the Second Amendment By Office of the Attorney General | Press Release | Republished by Lynwood Times OLYMPIA, Wash., Aug. 31, 2020 — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced […]

Inslee to direct $190 million of federal stimulus funding

Inslee to direct $190 million of federal stimulus funding to local governments By Penny Thomas | Department of Commerce | Republished by Lynnwood Times Olympia, Wash., Aug. 31, 2020 – Gov. Jay Inslee today announced nearly $190 million will be awarded from the state’s federal stimulus funding to local governments that did not receive direct […]

Snohomish County offering non-profit grants starting Sept 4

Snohomish County press release

By Snohomish County Government | Press Release | Republished by Lynnwood Times The application process will open on September 4, 2020 to award over $2 million in federal CARES Act funding SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash., August 31, 2020 – Today, Snohomish County announced that it will be making more than $2 million available to non-profit organizations […]

Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Repair Work

Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Repair

Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Repair WorkPublished by Lynnwood Times During the week of August 31st, the Waste Water Treatment Plant will be doing emergency repairs. During this week you can expect trucks hauling sludge from the WWTP. Neighbors can expect additional traffic and noise. Contact John Ewell, WWTP Supervisor at 425-670-5250 or JEwell@LynnwoodWA.gov for any […]

Everett City Council failed to proceed with COPS grant

Everett City Counci

Everett City Council failed to proceed with COPS grant to hire police officersBy Erin Freeman | Lynnwood Times Staff The Everett Police Department was not approved to accept an awarded six million dollar federal grant for the hiring of up to 16 new officers.  During the August 26 Everett City Council meeting, a motion to […]

Hand in Hand to celebrate 10th Anniversary with its annual Back-2-School Event

Hand in Hand

Hand in Hand to celebrate 10th Anniversary with its annual Back-2-School EventBy Terry Lott | Hand in Hand Press Release Everett, WA – 8/27/20 — On Saturday August 29th, Hand in Hand will celebrate their 10th anniversary with their annual Back 2 School Event.  This drive-thru event will provide over 200 students with much needed […]

Family of six safely escapes duplex fire thanks to smoke alarms

Family of six safely escapes duplex fire thanks to smoke alarmsBy Leslie Hynes | South County Fire | Republished by Lynnwood Times Lynnwood, Wash., August 27, 2020 — A family of six safely escaped a duplex fire north of Lynnwood early this morning after being awakened by their smoke alarms. The fire was reported at […]

NASA Astronaut Jeanette Epps joins first operational Boeing crew mission to space station

NASA Astronaut Jeanette Epps joins first operational Boeing crew mission to space stationBy Sean Potter | NASA Press Release | Republished by Lynnwood Times August 25, 2020 – NASA has assigned astronaut Jeanette Epps to NASA’s Boeing Starliner-1 mission, the first operational crewed flight of Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft on a mission to the International Space […]

Law and Justice Regional Council ordinance approved

Snohomish County’s Law and Justice Regional Council to incorporate marginalized groups.By: Erin Freeman | Lynnwood Times Staff Matters relating to Snohomish County’s law and justice system are gaining a new perspective through the addition of community input to support the creation of more effective and established policies while fostering strengthened relationships between the community and […]

Residency for Tuition Waivers – 20-69

Jay Inslee

Tuition Waiver – Inslee removes student transportation restrictions to facilitate remote learning environmentBy Officer of the Governor | Press Release | Republished by Lynnwood Times Gov. Jay Inslee today issued two proclamations related to public education in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The first proclamation relates to the Washington residency requirement for public university tuition waivers for […]

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