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Can art really make Mill Creek an even more desirable place to live?

 

City governments can spend taxpayer money in a variety of ways. Members of the Mill Creek City Council heard two diametrically different options on ways to spend taxpayer dollars to improve their city at their last meeting of June.

The evening began began with a presentation by Sarah Sidman, the vice president of Strategic Initiatives and Communications for Seattle-based ArtsFund, who described how investments in the arts can improve the vitality of the city.

Her Powerpoint was followed by the authorization of $3.22 million in general obligation bonds to finance repairs to the city’s ag...



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