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Arlington: Lane closures this week
Drivers on Highway 531, also known as 172nd Street NE, can expect lane closures Tuesday and Wednesday nights this week.
State Department of Transportation contract crews plan to install roadway sensors that will keep several traffic signals operating when highway grinding and paving of the road begins in late August.
Everett: Tea marks summer moon
Everett Community College's Nippon Business Institute and the East-West Chanoyu Center will host a traditional tea gathering in celebration of the summer moon at 6 p.m. Aug. 17.
The event will take place at the NBI's Nishiyama tearoom and garden, 905 Wetmore Ave. in Everett. Admission is $15 per person (participants must be age 16 or older). A parking pass for campus parking is included.
Registration is required to attend. To register, contact Kathleen Koss at kkoss@everettcc.edu or 425-388-9195.
The Nippon Business Institute is an academic program of Everett Community College that focuses on Japanese language, culture and history.
The East-West Chanoyu Center provides educational programs for the broader community to experience Japan's multi-faceted tea culture.
Snohomish: Open house for Eagles
The Snohomish Fraternal Order of Eagles is planning an open house starting at 2 p.m. Saturday at 602 Maple Ave., Snohomish.
The charitable organization will have hamburgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob and salads for the public and members will be on hand to give tours and answer questions.
For more information, call Joyce or Sandy at 360-568-8406.
County: Comment on water issues
Snohomish County's Surface Water Management Division is gathering comments and ideas to balance programs and services with changing needs.
The process could potentially lead to a countywide restructuring of Surface Water Management rates. Surface Water Management invites you to participate in an online survey and provide input at www.survey.surfacewater.info.
Surface Water Management provides a variety of services to its customers and is currently evaluating whether these services should be changed and how the division can do more to solve specific problems that property owners are experiencing.
For additional information, please contact Mike McGuiness in Surface Water Management at m.mcguiness@snoco.org or 425-388-3464 ext. 4562.

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