Capital Improvement Plan approved with only minor changes
Last updated 11/1/2018 at Noon
With small changes to the language in the measure, members of the Mill Creek City Council voted to include 27 projects with a projected cost of just under $20 million into the city’s biennial budget.
The council voted 7-0 to approve more than two-dozen improvements to the infrastructure during its last meeting of the month on Tuesday, Oct. 27. The 27 projects represent an investment of $19,270,140 over the next six years.
The final document was essentially the same CIP approved b the council earlier in October. The only changes, according to Councilmember Jared Mead, were made in the wo...