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Posted on: January 2nd, 2017 by Edmonds


During the 2016 Holidays Margaret and I had extra time to enjoy walking around Edmonds, enjoying our parks and trails.  We bundled up extra thick when it snowed and had more than one fire to warm us up when we returned home.

We hope you built some wonderful memories this Christmas and had time to relax.

Our friends came over to celebrate our oldest son’s graduation from college the day before Christmas Eve.  Along with visits from our family visiting from out of the area will be a lasting memory for me this year

WP_20161223_16_56_11_ProMay you enjoy great peace and prosperity in 2017.  Let’s keep working together to make our city a great place to live for all who call Edmonds “home”.

I didn’t know this about Medical Professions in our area!

Posted on: July 5th, 2016 by Edmonds

This month the guest speaker for Snohomish County Cities networking meeting will be Matt Smith.  He provides development data to help cities make decision for their future.  He claims that there are more Medical profession jobs in our area than aerospace.  Who knew!

“The Seattle area is regularly ranked among the top ten life science communities in the United States, in league with the cities of Boston, Los Angeles, the Bay Area, San Diego and Minneapolis.  While the biotech activity in Seattle’s South Lake Union gets its’ fair share of media coverage, you will find over 4000 life science jobs in Bothell.  Snohomish County is more than aerospace.  Matt Smith, Industry and Resource Development Director for Economic Alliance Snohomish County as well as Board Chair for the Biomedical Manufacturing Innovation Zone, will share his thoughts on how and why this works.”

Wetland Regulation

Posted on: April 12th, 2016 by Edmonds

I admit that this post borders on geeky, but hear me out.  Water has to go somewhere once it falls from the sky.  Streams and rivers take it to lakes and oceans, but many times it stops in a wetland.  Its in those places that animals of all kinds meet up for a meal and/or become a meal.  Here’s a link to regulations for wetland in the State of Washington.  Click here.

As the City of Edmonds wrestles with Critical Areas in our city, keep in mind we’re not just talking about the environment, we’re also talking about how we preserve what we have as our population increases.  For many of us, outdoor recreation refreshes us like nothing else.  Being able to walk through the woods or along the waterfront right from our front door is a rare treat we dare not forget to appreciate.

HIghway 99

Posted on: March 21st, 2016 by Edmonds

I have met the team leading the planning exercise for Highway 99 and they are tremendous.  I will be at their first public outreach this week on March 24th at 7pm at the Brackett Room.

Waterfront News

Posted on: December 14th, 2015 by Edmonds
Here’s our opportunity to engage with one of the big changes happening in Edmonds.  In 2016 citizens will be collaborating to decide how we will improve waterfront access for pedestrians and emergency vehicles.

Welcome to the Edmonds Waterfront Access Study online open house!

This open house aims to introduce you to our study, familiarize you with the process we will use to evaluate alternatives and help you understand how to participate.

Comments received by Dec. 11 were included in the comment summary for the online open house.

Please get in touch with us if you have questions or additional comments. While these won’t be part of the summary, it’s still important that we hear from you! Providing your contact information will help us keep you updated about the study and future opportunities to participate.

Please click through the online open house to learn more.