At their April 2nd meeting, the Mill Creek City Council identified Michael Ciaravino as their pick as the new city manager.
In an unanimous vote they directed City Attorney Scott Missall to negotiate an employment agreement with Ciaravino in time for their April 9th meeting where they are expected to finalize their city manager search.
On Monday, April 1st, Fire District 7 officially opened a new 11,000 square foot fire station near the intersection of Fales Road and Highway 522 to better serve the communities of Maltby, Echo Lake, Lost Lake, and Fales Road.
Washington State high school juniors and seniors with an interest in law enforcement as a career will have an opportunity to spend a week this summer learning about the roles and job opportunities within law enforcement. The application deadline is May 10th.
Nutrition, physical activity and mindfulness might sound like things you’d hear at a health clinic or athletic gym, but students and staff in Everett Public Schools are learning and applying these strategies at school. Kaiser Permanente recently recognized the value of the district's wellness program with their Thriving Schools award.
The likelihood that young people in Snohomish County are binge drinking, smoking cigarettes or using illegal drugs like heroin or methamphetamine appears to be dropping, but the popularity of vapor products is increasing among all grade levels surveyed.