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By Emily Gilbert

No changes to city hall leadership

City council will remain the same after the Nov. 5 general election


Last updated 11/15/2019 at 12:39pm

Mill Creek leadership will stay the same but there will be some countywide changes after the general election Nov. 5. Vote counts are as of Nov. 12. There were nearly 500,000 registered voters in Snohomish County, with a 42% turnout. 

Mill Creek City Council the same

All City Council members on the ballot ran unopposed except for positions Positions 1 and 5. Incumbent John Steckler, appointed to the council two years ago, won with almost 54% of the vote against Adam Morgan. Along with helping the city plan for its inevitable growth, Steckler said he is exploring the possibility of a perfor...

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