Author Archives: Jamie Lubrin

14 Oct
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Endorsement from The Everett Herald

It is an honor for Geoffrey Thomas to have earned the endorsements of so many people, organizations and companies in the community over the last four years. The Herald does a great job in this article to showcase each of ...

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09 Oct
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Barriers coming to U.S. 2 with hopes to improve safety

This is a step in the right direction to helping our citizens travel safely on their commute to and from Monroe.

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09 Oct
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Embeded Social Worker in Monroe is making progress

This article from the Tribune captures a brief look at the fantastic work that our Embedded Social Worker and the Enforcement Team  are doing for our community members in need. We hope to continue this effective work and reach out ...

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31 Aug
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National Night Out in Monroe

What a success! This event and the activities are part of a more that three-decades old campaign that takes place worldwide. The goal is to build stronger bonds between residents and law enforcement officials. It was great to see so ...

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31 Aug
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Congresswoman Delbene visits WorkSource to start August tour

  The stop at the WorkSource in Monroe marked the start of her August tour of the 1st Congressional District. By working with our elected officials, we can help sustain our community and foster new growth. We can achieve our ...

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22 Aug
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Affordable Housing

Our vision for Monroe includes ensuring that our community is a great place to start and grow a business and to live and raise a family. As your mayor it’s my responsibility to lead to make that vision a reality. ...

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22 Aug
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Connecting Trails to Monroe!

I’m excited about the opportunity to connect Monroe to the Centennial Trail in Snohomish and Snoqualmie Valley Trail in Duvall. Combined with the water trail along the Skykomish and Snohomish Rivers, this trail system would give us more opportunities to ...

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22 Aug
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Honoring our retiring police sergeant

After 25 years of service, sergeant Chessie stepped down from her position at the Monroe Police Department to assume her new role as Executive Director of the Sky Valley Food Bank. It was an honor to present sergeant with a ...

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