The Snohomish County DUI and Target Zero Task Force will be conducting DUI emphasis patrols on Saturday, March 17th, from 7:00 pm through 3:00 am. These patrols coincide with St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
At their regular March 6th meeting, the Mill Creek City Council approved a $611,000 not-to-exceed contract with Seattle construction management firm Gray & Osborne to manage the 35th Avenue SE Reconstruction project, which is estimated to take 30 weeks.
The Mill Creek City Council selected Archbishop Murphy High School student Mackenzie Ryan as the city's nominee for one of six Association of Washington Cities college scholarships to be awarded this year. She will also receive a $500 scholarship from the city.
Community Transit proposes to invest $12 million in new bus service in 2018-2019. The proposal would restore 10-minute weekday service to the Swift Blue Line in fall 2018 and launch the new Swift Green Line between Bothell and Paine Field in spring 2019.
Thanks to fundraising events, the Mill Creek Garden Club handed out checks to some very grateful students at two local schools and to the Global Director at one local charitable foundation in February.
The Mill Creek City Council approved a new three-year collective bargaining agreement with the Police Officers’ Guild at their February 27th meeting. The police officers have been working without a contract since the end of last year.