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By Jana Hill
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

Two Mill Creek businesses temporarily close

COVID positive employees at both sites

 

Last updated 11/4/2020 at 4:42pm

Photo courtesy of Twisted Lime Pub.

Twister Lime Pub is preparing to re-open after a COVID-19 related challenge that closed the doors temporarily. Pictured here are the pub owners: Greg Johnston (left) and Tyler Nelson (right) stand together on their first day as bar owners, holding the first dollar earned together. Nelson passed away last year of stomach cancer, and Johnston continues bar ownership on his own. Johnston chose to announce the COVID-19 related closure even though not required to, by the Health Department. He said the motivation was to prioritize safety.

Two businesses in Mill Creek and one on Airport Road near Mukilteo are temporarily closed due to COVID-19 precautions.

As of midday Oct. 22, two La Palmera employees had tested positive for COVID-19: one at the Town Center location in Mill Creek, located at 15224 Main Street, and a second employee at the 11731 Airport Road in Everett, an 11 minute drive from Mukilteo Speedway.

La Palmera was contacted for comment, but has not yet responded.

"We wish them a full and speedy recovery and are providing support," the La Palmera Facebook said.

Twisted Lime at 3916 148th St S.E. 200, Mill Cree...



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