By the time the residents of Mill Creek are reading this I hope that Sean Kelly has resigned his position as a Mill Creek Councilman, and has advised his fellow councilmembers and the City Manager that he will be repaying his past five months of salary since he was not legally able to serve since he moved out of the city in July. This amounts to $2,500.
Mill Creek’s voters’ outrage was in full force when we voted for one of our incumbents to continue to serve as a city councilman. Mill Creek’s rebellious streak was made clear that we would not put up with a non-incumbent-candidate.
This seems to be apparent that even though we were forewarned and on 11-17-17 it was verified by the Snohomish County Canvasing Board that since July 2017 Councilperson Shawn Kelly was not a legal city citizen.
It is time we change our thinking on Alzheimer’s disease. Too often Alzheimer’s and other dementias are treated as an aging issue, ignoring the public health consequences of a disease that someone in the U.S. develops every 66 seconds.
With the recent election, Snohomish County Fire District 7 would like to say thank you to the people we serve for your continued support.
Voters have restored funding for our fire levy. This lid lift will help to fund training and certifications for emergency personnel, fire station construction, facility maintenance, emergency response, fire & emergency medical supplies, apparatus and equipment replacement.
As a past Mill Creek City Councilmember I am utterly confused and concerned where we are in our negotiations with Fire District 7. Our contract will be ending at the end of this year. The lack of transparency by the city council and city manager on this major service has me questioning what is going on.