The Mill Creek City Council plans to conduct a regular meeting at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, July 11, 2017.
Their preliminary planning calendar shows them discussing the city’s Code Enforcement Program, and the upcoming Snocom/Snopac consolidation.
They also plan to hold a confidential closed-door executive session to discuss "the performance of a public employee."
Regular meetings of the Mill Creek City Council are normally held on the first, second and fourth Tuesdays of each month commencing at 6:00 pm in the Mill Creek Council Chambers located at 15728 Main Street, Mill Creek, Washington.
Public participation and interest in these meetings is encouraged and very much appreciated.
The public is invited to present comments to the city council in writing prior to the meeting or in person during the meeting.
Written comments will become part of the public record. They should reference the appropriate subject and can be sent to:
City of Mill Creek
Attention: Peggy Lauerman, City Clerk
15728 Main Street
Mill Creek, WA 98012
Or by email to: Peggy Lauerman.
The City of Mill Creek is trying to make their public meetings accessible to all members of the public. If you require special accommodations, please call the City Clerk at (425) 921-5732 three days prior to the meeting.
The City Council may consider and act on any matter called to its attention at such meetings, whether or not specified on the agenda for said meeting. Participation by members of the audience will be allowed as set forth on the meeting agenda or as determined by the Mayor or the City Council.
To comment on subjects listed on or not on the agenda, ask to be recognized during the Audience Communication portion of the agenda. Please stand at the podium and state your name and address for the official record. Please limit your comments to the specific item under discussion. Time limitations shall be at the discretion of the Mayor or City Council.
Study sessions of the Mill Creek City Council may be held as part of any regular or special meeting. Study sessions are informal, and are typically used by the City Council to receive reports and presentations, review and evaluate complex matters, and/or engage in preliminary analysis of City issues or City Council business.