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By Jana Hill
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

City Council meets in-person, and on Zoom

Hybrid meeting completes with two attendees


Last updated 5/1/2021 at 8:46am

Screenshot by Jana Hill

Brian Holtzclaw attends a hybrid onsite and remote Mill Creek City Council meeting on April 27. The City is moving toward a full re-opening that may end up paused, if Snohomish County is rolled back from its current status, in Phase 3. The phase-rollback could delay the City's plans to expand passport services, intended to increase City revenue.

The City of Mill Creek took a step toward re-opening at 6 p.m., April 27, by reservation and with a $1,500 security price-tag.

Two people from outside of the City Council and staff community attended in-person. They were viewable on Zoom as the meeting played out in a hybrid format: those who attended registered in advance, and others attended online. The meeting was streamed to YouTube as well.

Masking and other pandemic protocols were cited as the reason for the security cost. One community member attended unmasked.

"She asserted medical exemption," said Councilmember and Mayor Brian H...

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