Everett Police is investigating the malicious mischief incident that occurred on July 3rd in the 1600 – 1900 blocks of Lombard Ave.
Just after 10 p.m. on July 3rd, officers responded to the 1700 block of Lombard Ave on the report of a female damaging a vehicle. Officers found the damaged vehicle and witnesses pointed out a 35 year-old female walking away. During the following investigation, officers found over 30 parked vehicles in the 1600 – 1900 blocks of Lombard Ave with damage. Each vehicle had a varied amount of damage and many will need repair. The woman was arrested and booked for malicious mischief.
Property Crimes detectives are canvassing the area and looking to identify all victims of this incident. If you were victimized, or have information about this incident, please contact Captain Jeraud Irving (425-754-2130).
We encourage you to share this information with your neighbors.
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Naval Station Everett Upgrades Outdoor Speaker System
EVERETT, Wash. – Naval Station Everett’s outdoor speaker system, which is used for important base announcements and emergency notification, is being upgraded this summer. The work will include a retrofit of the existing wireless system, installation of new speakers, and sound testing. The project was contracted to SSC Pacific and starts this week.
The system will be retrofitted with newer electronic equipment. The new equipment will project audio signals directly to all speakers in the system at once, resulting in fewer signal delays between speakers and a more unified sound. Older speaker towers will be removed at the main base, reducing the number of speakers from 10 to six. In addition, new outdoor speakers will be added to the Navy Family Support Complex in Smokey Point and Naval Radio Station Jim Creek in Arlington.
Brief testing of the new system’s audio function will occur throughout the project as work is completed. Final sound testing of the whole system is scheduled to occur between July 31 and Aug 2. The system testing will be conducted during the work week between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
During testing, the sounds heard at intervals may include voice announcements, audio recordings, white noise, and sirens. Sounds may range from low growls, static noise, single tones, and extended tones. Volumes will vary from low to high, with brief high volume sounds. Sound levels will be monitored to ensure it meets Navy and FEMA standards for emergency notifications and design specifications.
The outdoor speakers are part of the U.S. Navy’s Mass Warning and Notification System (Wide Area Alert Network). They are required to communicate emergency alerts with Navy personnel and those within earshot who are not able to receive other means of notification. In addition to emergency notification, all Navy installations are mandated to play the national anthem and observe daily hoisting and lowering of the national ensign at 8 a.m. and again at sunset.
Naval Station Everett intends to reduce the impact of this system upgrade to neighboring communities where possible, while maintaining the ability to meet mass warning notification system requirements. We thank the community for their continued support and understanding.
Here’s a quick look at what Bill Sayer and the Cadman team including the below members presented.
- John Dick, Land Manager
- Rob Johnson, VP Operations (Concrete)
- Bill Sayer, VP Land Development
- Joerg Nixdorf, VP GM
Here’s the slide deck from the presentation about the Snohomish PUD Substation by (NW neighbor) Tom Hovde.
Here are our meeting minutes by Kristina Perry.
Sorry for our lack of photos. We got a few and promise to share them soon. We hope that the presentations will be useful and we are grateful to our guests!
— Kari Quaas, Chair/Facilitator
The Neighborhood Clean Up was on Saturday, May 19th at EvCC and we filled the bins. Thank you to our volunteers, Molly Beeman and her crew from EvCC, 3R Technology for the electronics recycling, Rubatino, and project lead, Shelley Sutton.
The NWN Alley Clean Up was also held on Saturday, May 19th from 10-12pm. We partnered with Take Back Our Neighborhood – Everett to clean up alleys starting with Broadway and worked west. We had about 15 dedicated volunteers and made a dent in the cigarette butts! Tim and Jackie Knopf even made it onto KCPQ13 News!
Thank you to the following volunteers!
Clean Up Volunteers!
- Shelley S. – a big thanks to Shelley for organizing the cleanup!!!
- MaryVee W.
- Joni S.
- Lisa G.
- Amanda S.
- Jeff H.
- Rich W.
- Russ K.
- Emily D.
- Ryan T.
- Dotti F.
- Kari Q.
- Oliver R.
- Cate H.
- Liz R.
- Jackie K.
- Tim K.
- Patrick H.
- Stephanie P.
- And, others! Sorry I didn’t get more names!
Here are photos by Kari Quaas from both elements/events on Saturday, May 19th:
And, you, our neighbors. Thanks for helping to keep our neighborhood a special place.
See you in 2019!
May 17, 2018 – Port of Everett Focused Meeting! Click to view meeting minutes.
Our guest was the Port’s Chief Finance Officer John Carter. Around 33 people came with their questions about the many projects happening on the waterfront. John provided a little history, a good description of what the port does, and where they’re going in their 100th year.
Here is John’s presentation for those who missed it. Click the image or the link below.
Thanks for being there!
Thank you to our guests, Barbara George from the Everett Museum of History, and Timothy Knopf from Northwest Neighborhood’s Steering Committee who provided a bit of history of our association. Due to popular demand, as Tim continues his research, we’ll try to plug in “Tim’s Time” for future 15 minute installments of Northwest history. We had about 43 members in attendance. Minutes to come later.
We also elected officers – Kari Quaas, Chair; Kristina Perry, Secretary; Russ Kasselman, Treasurer; GeorgaDee MacLeod and Stephanie Prothero, Council of Neighborhood Reps, and John Sweeney as Alternate.
And here are Tim’s Terrific Slides (download as PDF):
Thank you to the following neighbors for continuing in their leadership roles for the next year! Also, we welcome a new volunteer as Council of Neighborhoods Alternate, John Sweeney.
Chair – Kari Quaas
Secretary – Kristina Perry
Treasurer – Russ Kasselman
Council of Neighborhood Representatives
- GeorgaDee MacLeod
- Stephanie Prothero
- John Sweeney (Alternate)
Congratulations and thank you for your dedication to Northwest Neighborhood!
(Vice Chair is still open. Contact the neighborhood at email@example.com if you’re interested.)