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Washington State Department of Health recommends people wear cloth face coverings in public settings

The Washington State Department of Health recommend people wear cloth face coverings when they are in public settings where they cannot maintain 6 feet of distance from others. This might include trips to the grocery store, pharmacy, hardware store, health clinic, or similar places.

The Washington State Department of Health recommend people wear cloth face coverings when they are in public settings where they cannot maintain 6 feet of distance from others.

This might include trips to the grocery store, pharmacy, hardware store, health clinic, or similar places.

Snohomish County Fire Service Agencies establish Fire Coordination Center in response to COVID-19 outbreak

Snohomish County fire service agencies established a Fire Coordination Center to provide unified tracking, planning, and response to the coronavirus outbreak.

Snohomish County fire service agencies established a Fire Coordination Center to provide unified tracking, planning, and response to the coronavirus outbreak. 

Together, these fire departments serve about 680,000 residents, nearly 83% of the county’s population.

City of Mill Creek temporarily relaxes sign code ordinance to support local businesses

In an effort to continue supporting local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, at their April 14th meeting the Mill Creek City Council extended the enforcement waiver of temporary signs by another 30 days.  The new deadline to remove temporary signs is now Memorial Day, May 25th.

In an effort to continue supporting local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, at their April 14th meeting the Mill Creek City Council extended the enforcement waiver of temporary signs by another 30 days.

The new deadline to remove temporary signs is now Memorial Day, May 25th.

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