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June 3, 2020
EVERETT (AP) — Some Everett residents oppose the city's plan to declare a wooded area as surplus with the intention of selling the property.
Everett officials have proposed the surplus designation for the Wood Creek watershed area, drawing opposition from residents in the adjacent Valley View neighborhood overlooking the Snohomish River Valley, The Daily Herald reported Monday.
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