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Civic Affairs

Nielsen to seek re-election to Mill Creek City Council

Mayor Pro Tem Kathy Nielsen has officially announced that she will be seeking another term for the Mill Creek City Council.

Mayor Pro Tem Kathy Nielsen has officially announced that she will be seeking another term for the Mill Creek City Council.

Nielsen was elected to the council for her third term in 2010. She previously served on the council from 1990 to 1998, with two years as Mayor.

Nielsen served on the council during the planning stages of the Town Center and is a strong advocate of parks and community events.

Parents invited to help select Everett School District's new language arts curriculum materials

From an Everett Public Schools Press Release.

Everett Public Schools is launching the first of a three-phase process beginning in October 2013 to select sixth- through twelfth-grade English language arts curriculum materials. The first phase will focus on writing and two volunteer parents will be selected to assist in the process.

Herbie Martin endorses Lynn Sordel for Mill Creek City Council

Former Mill Creek City Council candidate Herbie Martin endorsed his former rival Lynn Sordel in a September 6th email.

Former Mill Creek City Council candidate Herbie Martin endorsed his former rival Lynn Sordel in a September 6th email, “First I would like to thank the individuals that voted for me. Lynn Sordel’s values and leadership line up with my personal values, therefore I am publically endorsing his campaign as we prepare for the general election in November 2013.”

Everett School District announces second round of community bond planning meetings

Following the September 11th and 12th focus groups about high school needs, the September 16th and 18th open house sessions look at school construction needs for all grades in order to plan for a voter-approved 2014 bond issue.

In the next decade, an extra 1,400 students are expected to be attending Everett Public Schools. That would push the number of students enrolled to more than 20,000. Most of that growth is happening in the south end of the district where construction of single-family homes and apartments has resumed.

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