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 By Christopher Kim    News

City Council swear in newly elected councilmembers Duque and Allison

Results for the November 2021 General Election have been finalized by the county, and with it comes two newly elected Mill Creek City council members: Melissa Duque and Connie... — Updated 12/10/2021

 
 By Beacon Staff    News

Agreement with former city manager Michael Ciaravino finalized

Immediately after last week's city council meeting, where the Council approved a separation agreement and release, former city canager Michael Ciaravino signed the agreement... — Updated 11/24/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

General election results updated; Duque pulls ahead for Council Position 6

Updated 2021 general election results as of Thursday, Nov. 18 show that the numbers in the four contested Mill Creek City Council races are relatively unchanged. However, in the... — Updated 11/19/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

General elections updates; Allison holds lead over Briles

Updates to the results of the November general election show that first-time candidate Connie Allison maintains her lead over incumbent Benjamin Briles for Council Position 3 by... — Updated 11/10/2021

 

City Council holds public hearing event

The Mill Creek City Council has scheduled a public hearing to set the property tax and EMS levies for 2021 - 2022. The hearing will be held 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9, at City Hall... — Updated 11/5/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

Initial vote results; Vignal leads over Swett

Updated results of the general election on Tuesday show that, as of 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, Stephanie Vignal still maintains a huge lead over Nicholas Swett, first-time candidate C... — Updated 11/5/2021

 

Vignal with big lead over Swett; Allison, Holtzclaw, Morgan ahead on first count

After the first count from Tuesday's general election, Position 2 incumbent Mayor Pro Tem Stephanie Vignal maintains a huge lead over Nicholas Swett with 1,812 votes, or 66.47% of... — Updated 11/3/2021

 
 By Beacon Staff    News

​​The Beacon's general election guide: Q&A with the candidates

Five seats on the Mill Creek City Council are up for grabs in the Nov. 2 general election. Councilmember John Steckler is running unopposed for re-election for Position 1.... — Updated 10/15/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

General election ballots to be mailed next week

With the Snohomish County General Election approaching Nov. 2, candidates campaigning for positions on the Mill Creek City Council urge residents who can vote to participate.... — Updated 10/8/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

Councilmember: Vaccine passports should not be required

The Mill Creek City Council this week soundly rejected a councilmember's proposal to block vaccine passports and mandates on COVID-19 vaccinations at City Hall. During the Sept. 28... — Updated 10/6/2021

 

School resource officer interlocal agreement renewed

The Mill Creek Police Department has requested a renewal of its interlocal agreement with the Everett School District for school resource officers to serve on local campuses for... — Updated 10/1/2021

 

Utilization of ARPA funding discussion continues

The city continues its discussion on the utilization of federal funding provided through the American Rescue Plan Act, signed by President Biden in March. The act provides a unique opportunity for state and local governments to mak... — Updated 10/1/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

Big changes could be in store for local voters

With the release of the national census data, the Washington State Redistricting Commission prepares for its decennial redrawing of district borders. These new borders could bring... — Updated 9/24/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

Primary election finalized

On Tuesday, Aug. 17, results of the Aug. 3 primary elections were certified and finalized by the county. The early results for the Mill Creek City Council Position 6 race have not... — Updated 8/20/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

Neck-and-neck race for Council Position 6

Updated results of the 2021 primary election on Thursday, Aug. 5, show that the City Council Position 6 candidates Melissa Duque (48.24%) and incumbent Adam Morgan (47.77%) will be... — Updated 8/13/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

Q&A with Martin Yamamoto

Editor's note: This is a developing story. We will focus on reports from officials and credible sources and will provide accurate updates. On Friday, July 30, City Manager Michael... — Updated 8/6/2021

 

Tight race for City Council Position 6

The first results of the 2021 primary election Tuesday, Aug. 3, show a tight race between Melissa Duque and Adam Morgan for the Mill Creek City Council Position 6. Morgan narrowly... — Updated 8/6/2021

 

Snohomish County Elections has mailed out the Aug. 3 primary ballots

Snohomish County Elections has mailed ballots for the Aug. 3 primary to 507,000 registered voters. Ballots were mailed to military and overseas voters on June 18 and to out-of-state... — Updated 7/30/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

August Primary features candidates for School District Board Director

The August primary election ballots are out, and on them are the candidates for the Everett School District no. 2 Director-at-Large Position 4. According to the official voter's... — Updated 7/23/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

Primary elections starting mid-July

With the August primary election approaching, candidates for the Mill Creek City Council Position 6 prepare for the first hurdle in their campaign to reach the general election.... — Updated 7/16/2021

 

Mill Creek man to oversee communications, marketing for City

City Manager Michael Ciaravino this week announced the appointment of Scott Harder, a Mill Creek resident, as the city's new Communications and Marketing Coordinator. Harder will... — Updated 7/16/2021

 
 By Christopher Kim    News

City clashes with Union on allegations of Unfair Labor Practice

Editor's note: This is a developing story. We will focus on reports from officials and credible news outlets and will provide accurate updates as the situation develops. The City... — Updated 7/9/2021

 
 By Patric Haerle    News

Capital gains tax narrowly passes Senate

A tax on capital gains, the sale of assets like stocks and bonds, passed the Senate by a single vote March 6. The bill was first amended to remove the emergency clause, meaning the issue is likely to appear on the ballot later... — Updated 3/10/2021

 
 By Patric Haerle    News

Inslee signs bills to help students

The return to in-person education in public schools is underway. Gov. Jay Inslee signed two bills March 2, assuring students affected by the pandemic can graduate on time. The first bill waived graduation requirements for students... — Updated 3/4/2021

 
 By Joseph Claypoole    News

Curbside alcohol service proposed for extension

People will continue to be able to get a mixed drink with their takeout food until 2023 under a bill now moving to the state Senate for consideration. Delivery and curbside/takeout service of alcoholic beverages and spirits has... — Updated 3/4/2021

 

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