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By Jana Hill
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

Nine considered for three planning commission seats

One seat likely to go to incumbent, who reapplied


Last updated 11/27/2020 at 4:32am

Mill Creek’s Planning Commission is preparing for new faces after nine applied for three open seats.

Current chair Stan Eisner has reapplied for his own seat, and is hoping to serve another term. That commitment ends in 2023. The public is welcome to apply for Eisner’s seat, as he will have to reinterview and is not guaranteed the role, said Tom Rogers, Planning and Development Services manager.

Other openings are due to resignations. Dennis Teschlog has resigned because he is moving away, Rogers said. April Berg is overbooked with a legislative seat and school board services. She is a...

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