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COVER STORY: RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE
EXTENDED VERSION: Broker Vern Holden eyes the current, strong market and reflects on changes in the industry

Related: Windermere is a leader in home sales and community service

EXTENDED VERSION: Intercommunity Housing provides housing and support programs for low-income families

EXTENDED VERSION: Monroe-based Water Tectonics offers a runoff-water solution for contractors

Carroll’s Creek Landing will offer affordable housing for Navy families

Developer Steven Cupic wants the Nautica project to “jump-start” downtown living in Everett

BUSINESS NEWS
State's jobless rate falls; county rate remains steady

Wal-Mart opens at the Tulalips’ Quil Ceda Village business park

A town-hall meeting is set to get public input on waterfront development

The Bank of Edmonds changes its name

A Seattle printer moves its operations to Lynnwood

Immunex invests $50 million in a new Bothell processing facility

THE ENVIRONMENT
EXTENDED VERSION: The Tulalip Superfund site has been capped, but development will have to wait

By reducing and recycling waste, businesses can save money

COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
Agents predict a healthy market for Snohomish County’s industrial space

Lockheed moves its sea division to a business park just south of Everett

Puget Sound Properties joins forces with Binswanger

BUSINESS PROFILE
Charlie’s State Avenue Collision 1 invests in future with new
$3 million facility

CHAMBER PROFILE
EXTENDED VERSION: The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce has become an active, member-driven organization

COLUMNS
Financial Focus: In the long run, you should do better in the stock market than out of it

Market Pulse: The office vacancy rate has risen, but it’s pretty steady over time

Economic Outlook: A proposed sewage treatment plant would be a great opportunity for the county

Health Care: Healthy People 2010 is a national program in which the community can participate

Business Writing: Get the most bang for your buck with ongoing training programs

Business 101: Learn from other companies, but don't become a clone

Manager’s Memo: Nip disorganization in the bud

OPINION
If you take a look at the economic data, you’ll see the economy isn’t crumbling

The state’s rural regions shouldn’t be forgotten by the Legislature

BUSINESS BRIEFS

PEOPLE WATCHING

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