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Snohomish County average salary is $72,000, median salary is $72,000 with a salary range from $72,000 to $72,000.
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Accountant 72,000-72,000 Brooklyn, NY, 11201 2011 Snohomish County Accountant Salaries (1)
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  • City: Everett, WA
  • Currently SCT provides an indispensable forum for discussion. It is the caretaker of the Countywide Planning Policies (CPPs) and updates of approved plans and projections. Any amendments to the CPPs go through the SCT process. SCT also coordinates countywide transportation planning, makes recommendations to the Puget Sound Regional Council on federal transportation funding allocations, and is an arbiter in the siting of essential public facilities. New challenges continue to face the organization and interest remains high.