Homeless counters frustrated by limits of methods

Even though she is homeless, the woman found sleeping under this blue tarp was not part of the homeless count recently because she refused to give her name. - Kirk Boxleitner
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SMOKEY POINT — Maybe you've seen her on the street and just not noticed her. She sleeps on the side of Smokey Point Boulevard, near the intersection of 157th Street, covered in a tarp, and surrounded by so many empty bottles and plastic bags that she could be mistaken for a pile of garbage, rather than a human being.

Arlington students help deliver State of the District

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ARLINGTON — In the seven years that she's delivered the annual State of the District addresses for Arlington's schools, superintendent Kristine McDuffy has asserted that their students are their primary priority, but on Jan. 29, she made it more official.

Arlington reviews financial processes

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ARLINGTON — When the City Council reviewed Business Fission's analysis of how the city's divisions handle financial documentation, city administrator Paul Ellis reported a single common denominator that could be improved.

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Tulalips also have troubles counting homeless

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TULALIP – Homeless people normally like their privacy.

County renovates Twin Rivers Park restroom

  • Jan 30, 2015 at 9:53AM

ARLINGTON — Visitors to Twin Rivers Park can expect improved restrooms and parking, thanks to a four-day $60,000 construction project approved by the Snohomish County Council.

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