Voters are approving the levy to fund the Everett School District’s ongoing operations, but the bond measure that among other things would build a new south-end high school is not receiving the super majority necessary for passage.
The new Mill Creek Senior Center will be opening in the Vintage at Mill Creek in May. An estimated $25,000 will be needed to buy new furnishings and additional funds are necessary for ongoing senior programs.
Snohomish County Council Vice-Chair Terry Ryan, was unanimously elected President of the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) Economic Development Board at a recent meeting. Pierce County Councilmember Connie Ladenburg was named Vice President.
Community Transit is upgrading the ticket vending machines at all 32 Swift Blue Line stations to allow for multi-rider purchases. Also, the new machines have a more intuitive screen flow and are easier to see in bright light.
In an effort to bring the community together and promote local merchants, the City of Mill Creek will launch the Mill Creek Farmer’s Market on Friday afternoon, May 25th, in the City Hall North parking lot. The market will be held each Friday afternoon after that through August 31st.
The Mill Creek City Council conducted 14 interviews during a marathon four-hour long meeting on Tuesday, February 6th, culminating in the selection of long-time resident John Steckler for Sean Kelly’s vacant council seat.