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Mill Creek City Council takes first step to terminate City Manager Rebecca Polizzotto’s employment, but it’s not a done deal yet

The Mill Creek City Council has taken the first step in firing City Manager Rebecca Polizzotto by directing City Attorney Scott Missall to draft a resolution “terminating” her contract. However, a majority of the city council still has to vote “yes” on the resolution at their regular October 2, 2018, meeting.

The Mill Creek City Council has taken the first step in firing City Manager Rebecca Polizzotto by directing City Attorney Scott Missall to draft a resolution “terminating” her contract.

However, a majority of the city council still has to vote “yes” on the resolution at their regular October 2nd meeting.

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office responds to threat by Archbishop Murphy High School student

On Thursday night, September 13, 2018, he Snohomish County Sheriff's Office responded to a social media threat to kill someone made by an Archbishop Murphy High School student. Patrol contacted the student and a parent and confirmed the student did not have access to firearms.

On Thursday night, September 13th, the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office responded to a social media threat to kill someone made by an Archbishop Murphy High School student.

Deputies contacted the student and a parent and confirmed the student did not have access to firearms.

Mill Creek Parks and Recreation Board recommends park repairs to the city council

Heron Park play structure. Photo credit: Richard Van Winkle.

Mill Creek’s Parks and Recreation Board provides advice to the city council regarding the development, design, and operation of park and recreation facilities.

They submitted their recommendations for the city’s biennial capital planning to the Mill Creek City Council at the September 11th meeting.

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