|SULTAN RESIDENTS MAY FACE INCREASED FEES|
October 22, 2008
(SULTAN, WA) -- Sultan residents may be facing higher city fees in 2009. Mayor Carolyn Eslick and the Sultan City Council discussed potential fee increases in the water, sewer, garbage and cemetery funds at a budget retreat on Saturday October 18th,
|SULTAN LOOKS AGAIN AT DISSOLVING LOCAL POLICE DEP'T|
October 20, 2008
(SULTAN, WA) -- For the second time in two years Sultan city officials are taking steps that may ultimately do away with the city’s local police force in favor of a contract for police services with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s office.
|FAST THINKING SULTAN MAN FOILS MAIL THIEVES|
October 11, 2008
(SULTAN, WA) -- This past Monday October 6th a local Sultan resident noticed a couple of young men he didn’t recognize peering into mailboxes in his neighborhood and called 911. His prompt response and description of the suspects and their car gave a Sultan Police officer the information he needed to locate and legally detain the men a few blocks away.
|SULTAN POLICE TO GET VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS|
October 01, 2008
(SULTAN, WA) -- It was announced yesterday the city of Sultan has received an $117,000 federal grant to begin purchasing twelve surveillance cameras and other technology that will allow the city to take a more proactive stance in combating local crime.
|SULTAN LIBRARY USED BOOK SALE OCT. 11|
October 01, 2008
(SULTAN, WA) -- The group Friends Of The Sultan Library has scheduled its Fall sale of used books to take place from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday October 11th at the Sultan Community Center at 319 Main Street.
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