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Mill Creek City Council votes unanimously to increase 2018 property and EMS taxes

The Mill Creek City Council voted unanimously to increase 2018 property and EMS (emergency medical services) taxes by the maximum allowable amount, which is 1%. A homeowner with a $400,000 house can expect to pay $10 to $15 dollars more in taxes next year.

The Mill Creek City Council voted unanimously to increase 2018 property and EMS (emergency medical services) taxes by the maximum allowable amount, which is 1%.

A homeowner with a $400,000 house can expect to pay $10 to $15 dollars more in taxes allocated to the City of Mill Creek next year.

Snohomish County Canvasing Board rules Mill Creek City Councilmember Sean Kelly lives in Snohomish

After a November 17, 2017, public hearing and a brief deliberation, the Snohomish County Canvasing Board ruled that Mill Creek City Councilmember Sean Kelly lives in Snohomish. This means his voter registration is invalid and he is ineligible to serve on the Mill Creek City Council.

After a Friday, November 17th, public hearing and a brief deliberation, the Snohomish County Canvasing Board ruled that Mill Creek City Councilmember Sean Kelly lives in Snohomish.

This means his voter registration is invalid and he is ineligible to serve on the Mill Creek City Council.

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