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Mill Creek MOD Pizza had successful grand opening

MOD Pizza will be making a $3,453.59 donation to the Mill Creek Food Bank representing a percentage of their sales the first day. Rob Briggs was the winner of the "Pizza for a Year" grand opening drawing on May 1st.

May 5, 2014, update.

Charlotte Wayte, MOD Pizza spokesperson, reported that the delayed grand opening went very well, "We had a great opening last week and a fabulous first weekend – wow!"

Wayte said that MOD Pizza will be making a $3,453.59 donation to the Mill Creek Food Bank representing a percentage of their sales the first day.

Rob Briggs was the winner of the "Pizza for a Year" grand opening drawing on May 1st.

Be sure to drop in and wish them a welcome to Mill Creek!

Mill Creek City Council to reconsider Jackson High School sports field partnership

The Mill Creek City Council will reconsider a partnership with the Everett School District to build a Jackson High School all-weather multi-use sports field at their May 6, 2014, regular meeting.

The Mill Creek City Council will reconsider a partnership with the Everett School District to build a Jackson High School all-weather multi-use sports field at their May 6th regular meeting.

Councilmembers discussed the partnership at great length at their April 22nd regular meeting, but could not decide whether or not to proceed with the joint venture.

Mill Creek citizens show up for media communication discussion, city council decides to drop the issue

At the April 22, 2014, city council meeting after much public comment, but little or no council discussion, the matter was dropped at the suggestion of former city councilmember Tim “Bart” Masterson.

The Mill Creek City Council has been discussing the subject of City Manager Ken Armstrong’s communication with the media for the past couple of months. At the April 22, 2014, city council meeting after much public comment, but little or no council discussion, the matter was dropped at the suggestion of former city councilmember Tim “Bart” Masterson.

Mill Creek Boulevard pavement overlay expected to cause delays

According to Scott Smith, Mill Creek City Engineer, the contractor completed the grinding work on Mill Creek Boulevard on Thursday, April 24th. He said that the repaving work would likely begin on Monday, April 28th, or Tuesday, April 29th.

April 27, 2014, update.

According to Scott Smith, Mill Creek City Engineer, the contractor completed the grinding work on Mill Creek Boulevard on Thursday, April 24th. He said that the repaving work would likely begin on Monday, April 28th, or Tuesday, April 29th, and to expect delays, “Significant delays can be expected and residents are advised to take alternate routes if possible.”

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