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    • City Council Meeting

    • City Council members
    • The public attends a City Council meeting. City Council members (from left to right) are Carl Gipson, Joyce Ebert, Moe Michelson, Stewart Aldcroft, Bill Langus, and Pete Kinch. Gipson served on the City Council in Position #4 from December 15,...
    • Norton Avenue Improvement Project

    • Dedications; Receptions
    • A reception for the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Norton Avenue Improvement Project. The project included new sewers, improved roadway, and recreational facilities, was expected to result in 1,000 new waterfront jobs. Joyce Ebert, Pete Kinch, and...
    • Pete Kinch

    • City council members; Mayors; Softball
    • Pete Kinch is seen participating in a City Council softball game. Kinch served on City Council in Position #7 from January 1972 through July 1976. He served one term as mayor of Everett from January 1990 to December 1993.
    • Pete Kinch and Bill Langus

    • City Council members
    • Pete Kinch (left) and Bill Langus (right) at a City Council meeting. Kinch served in Position #7 from January 1, 1972, to July 7, 1976. He later served as mayor from January 1, 1990, to December 31, 1993. Langus served in Position #1 from December...
    • Sherron Walker

    • Athletes; City council members; Mayors
    • Olympic athlete Sherron Walker (Everett High School 1975) received a ""civic sendoff"" by city officials on Friday, July 2, 1976. The event was held at the Bicentennial Park on the corner of Hewitt and Colby. Walker, 20, represented the United...
    • Sherron Walker

    • Athletes; City council members; Mayors
    • Olympic athlete Sherron Walker (Everett High School 1975) received a ""civic sendoff"" by city officials on Friday, July 2, 1976. The event was held at the Bicentennial Park on the corner of Hewitt and Colby. Walker, 20, represented the United...
    • Sherron Walker

    • Athletes; City council members; Mayors
    • Olympic athlete Sherron Walker (Everett High School 1975) received a ""civic sendoff"" by city officials on Friday, July 2, 1976. The event was held at the Bicentennial Park on the corner of Hewitt and Colby. Walker, 20, represented the United...

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