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City to hold ribbon-cutting ceremony for Historical Preservation Project

Cutting event on Thursday, Oct. 28 on Main Street Bridge

 

Last updated 10/22/2021 at 9:35am

Beacon photo by Christopher Kim

Historical Preservation Panels located on Main Street showcase a visual history of Mill Creek. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the display will be held Thursday, Oct. 28.

The City's Art & Beautification (A&B) Board will hold a long-awaited ribbon-cutting ceremony to dedicate the Historical Preservation Panels located on the Main Street Bridge 2 p.m., Oct. 28.

Mill Creek's Historical Preservation Project was first envisioned by the City's A&B Board in 2018. Although completed in 2019, the pandemic delayed production and installation of the final commemorative plaque until earlier this month.

The City first received a grant for the project in 2019 from the Snohomish County Historic Preservation Commission's Community Heritage Program. The $12,500 grant fu...



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