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City of Mill Creek temporarily relaxes sign code ordinance to support local businesses

In an effort to continue supporting local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, at their April 14th meeting the Mill Creek City Council extended the enforcement waiver of temporary signs by another 30 days.  The new deadline to remove temporary signs is now Memorial Day, May 25th.

In an effort to continue supporting local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, at their April 14th meeting the Mill Creek City Council extended the enforcement waiver of temporary signs by another 30 days.

The new deadline to remove temporary signs is now Memorial Day, May 25th.

Mill Creek's Home Run Solutions expands service line to offer help with your Honey-do-list

We’ve noticed a growing trend with homeowners who are fed up spending their free time trying to knock out small home repairs only to turn around and have a list waiting for them the next weekend.

Do you have small jobs around the house that always get put off?

Are there things you’d rather do on your precious weekend than be stuck up on a ladder?

We’ve got a solution that might help. Hire one of our skilled carpenters to help get your Honey-Do List under control.

Comcast announces discounted high-speed Internet for Snohomish County low-income residents

Comcast announced on Wednesday, August 7, 2019, it is expanding eligibility for Internet Essentials to include all qualified low-income households in Washington State. The expansion makes more discounted internet services immediately available to the people of Mill Creek and Snohomish County.

Comcast announced on Wednesday, August 7th, it is expanding eligibility for Internet Essentials to include all qualified low-income households in Washington State.

The expansion makes more discounted internet services immediately available to the people of Mill Creek and Snohomish County.

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