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By Jana Hill
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

Cities make plans for reopening of venues

Mill Creek supports business by loosening rules

 

Last updated 10/7/2020 at 12:28pm

Jana Hill

Brooklyn Dott, bartender at Boston's in Mill Creek's Town Center, serves lunch to longtime friends Donna Brown of Lake Stevens and Jackie Rae of Everett. Venues are re-opening and the City is supporting businesses in other ways, by lifting limits on signage.

As the doors to event venues prepare to swing open, Mill Creek is already taking steps to help businesses make a comeback from COVID-19's impact on their bottom lines.

Gov. Jay Inslee released guidance Sept. 22 to assist those taking part in the reopening of venues, the brick-and-mortar buildings where public gatherings replace online and livestream events common to the era. Venues include convention and conference centers, meeting spaces, hotels, and event centers.

Only counties in Phases 1 and 2 of the state's Safe Start plan are cleared to apply for a reopening of venues, and owners o...



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