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222nd St. SW detour underway

The detour of 222nd St. SW continues, while work crews make several improvements to 222nd St. between 44th Avenue W to 39th Avenue W.

The detour is scheduled to continue until Oct. 11. However, a statement from the city said, “this schedule is weather dependent and may be modified.”

222nd St. will be closed from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the days of construction work.

The detour provided takes drivers around 222nd St. to 220nd St.

The construction is for the Sidewalk and Water Main Project and include many improvements and renovations.

According to the city’s statement on the detour,  “the 222nd Street SW Water Main and Sidewalk Improvements project will provide curbs and sidewalks along the north side of 222nd Street SW between 44th Avenue West to 39th Avenue West.”

Improvement project funding comes from a grant from the Snohomish County Human Services Dept. for $200,000 and from several city funds.

The city’s statement said the improvements will “create a safe pedestrian connection between 44th Ave. W and 39th Ave. W to the city’s principal sidewalk networks, provide access to nearby public transportation routes, promote walking as exercise, provide safe access to the neighborhood park, and increase accessibility for disabled citizens.”

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Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

Nick Fiorillo is the Editor-in-Chief of the Hawkeye and thehawkeye.org. This is Nick's second year of serving as editor. Last year, he led the Hawkeye in one of the organization's most dramatic transformations in decades, replacing the broadsheet newspaper with a feature based newsmagazine and an emphasis on online content.

Prior to serving as editor-in-chief, Nick was the local news editor during his sophomore year and was a staff reporter during his freshman year.

Nick was named as the 2014 Free Spirit Scholar from Washington state, and traveled to Washington, D.C. as the Washington state delegate to the 2014 Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference. He has received several state and national awards for journalism, including several JEA National Write-off Competition Awards. He was recently awarded the rating of "Superior" for Editorial Writing at the Spring 2014 JEA/NSPA High School Journalism Conference in San Diego, Calif.

His interests include journalism, politics, public policy, law and education. He plans on attending a four-year university and majoring in political science and social policy.

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