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The Sheriff’s Office has launched “You Are Not Alone,” a free service provided by volunteers who make regularly scheduled home visits or other contact with seniors or the disabled in Snohomish County. “You Are Not Alone” (YANA) is a resource for residents who live independently in their own home but do not have friends or family who can regularly check on them.
Snohomish County’s nine-story courthouse project is slated to break ground this summer. Members of the community interested in learning more about the project from the inside out are invited to attend a public presentation by lead architect Doug Kleppin of Heery International at 1:30 p.m. June 3 in the public hearing rooms of the Robert J. Drewel Building on county campus in downtown Everett.
Bothell-based Apollo Video Technology has been honored for the fourth consecutive year by New Flyer Industries ULC (New Flyer) with a “gold” delivery performance rating. As Apollo Video approaches nearly 25,000 installations of its flagship RoadRunner digital video recording system in more than 375 transit agencies worldwide, accomplishments such as this support the company’s mission of nurturing quality partnerships.
Interstate 405 express toll lanes will launch later this year, and WSDOT has been busy installing readers, photo-tolling cameras and 21 new toll rate signs. Starting today, toll engineers will kick-off 24-hour testing to make sure the system correctly reads license plates and assigns toll rates. Drivers do not need to take any action and no tolls will be charged during testing.