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Cover Story:
Port clears way for waterfront development

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Children play in sand at a kickoff event for a new cleanup of the Port of Everett's central waterfront district.
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EVERETT — Five docks, 700 creosote-treated pilings and about 11,000 cubic yards of contaminated sediment.

The Port of Everett is launching the final phase of a cleanup of its central waterfront property. This part of the project is expected to cost $6.2 million.

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