Snohomish County is seeking public review and comment from all interested persons and organizations on the Draft 2014 Action Plan through April 28, 2014. Public hearings will be held on April 21 and 24.
My husband was born and raised in Lake Stevens and he and I have chosen to stay and invest in the local community as owners of Snohomish Valley Roofing, Inc. and our dumpster rental company, SVR Construction Services.
April marks the start of spring-like weather around Snohomish County. It is a time to plant our gardens with early veggies, prune our roses, take an accounting of our landscape and yard to plan for the summer season and make our spring cleaning lists.
Two years ago when Springfield and I received our invitation to join the National Animal Assisted Crisis Response Team, never in my wildest nightmares could I have ever imagined our first large-scale deployment would be here, so close to home.
In David Jussero’s book, Telling It the Way It Was: A Country Boy Survives Life in the City, he urges his readers to get the most out of life, because “Life is like a roll of toilet paper; the closer you come to the end, the faster it goes.”
A water-logged hillside in the Cascade foothills east of tiny Oso collapsed Saturday morning, sending a mile-wide wall of mud and debris crashing over a riverfront neighborhood. It buried the highway and dammed the North Fork Stillaguamish River.