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Posted on: February 22, 2017

Stevens reappointed Marysville rep for Snohomish County Tomorrow

City Councilmember Michael Stevens will continue to represent the City of Marysville on the Snohomish County Tomorrow Steering Committee. Council President Kamille Norton is alternate. The Marysville City Council unanimously confirmed their reappointments at the Feb. 13 Council meeting.

“The Steering Committee provides a venue to work collaboratively with Snohomish County and other cities to shape planning and growth policies for the county,” Stevens said.  “As the second largest city in the county, it is important for Marysville to take an active role in the process, recognizing that we do not exist in a vacuum and are affected county-wide policies.”  

Snohomish County Tomorrow’s mission is “to develop consensus and recommendations on growth management policies.” The Steering Committee, its key decision-making body, includes elected representatives from all Snohomish County cities and towns, the Tulalip Tribes and Snohomish County. Monthly meetings are open to the public.

http://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/168/Snohomish-County-Tomorrow

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