This is a list of the 2002 Port of Everett employees and their job title and salaries.(pop 91,488)(67 employees)

The Port of Everett was established in 1918. The Port District encompasses a portion of western Snohomish County, including the City of Everett, the northern half of the City of Mukilteo as well as unincorporated areas of Snohomish County. The Port is governed by a three-member Board of Commissioners and an Executive Director who is primarily responsible for day-to-day operations. The Port has over 110 full-time and temporary employees and is supported primarily through user charges. The Port provides marine terminal facilities that handle forest and agriculture products, aircraft parts and various other commodities; a full service marina providing moorage for approximately 2,000 pleasure and commercial fishing vessels and property leasing for manufacturing, warehousing, vessel repair and sales as well as commercial properties including hotels, restaurants and retailers. The Portís revenues and expenses for 2006 were $29,853,315 and $20,417,756, respectively.
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2002 Port of Everett List of Employees, Job Title and Salary

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Here's a link to an Everett shorelines protection group website.

Here's the list of Port of Everett Employees.

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Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to the Port of Everett.

Here's the response letter I got from the Port of Everett

Here's the 2nd response letter I got from the Port of Everett

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