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Mill Creek Planning Commission changes East Gateway Urban Village zoning code

The Mill Creek Planning Commission approved changes to the Mill Creek Municipal Code, which are intended to improve the development potential of the East Gateway Urban Village.

At their September 20th meeting the Mill Creek Planning Commission approved changes to the Mill Creek Municipal Code, which are intended to improve the development potential of the East Gateway Urban Village.

However, the final decision on whether or not to implement the changes will be made by the Mill Creek City Council at the September 25th City Council meeting.

Cougar Park’s cable ride repaired

Cougar Park cable ride fixed.

Mill Creek’s popular cable ride is ready for service after being out of commission for over a month. According to a City of Mill Creek spokesperson, a bolt in the pulley assembly may have failed due to a stress fracture. The repair was performed under warranty at no cost to the City.

The cable ride is designed specifically for older children and is a safe version of a zip line.

Mill Creek Women's Club September Program and Luncheon

Brian the Movie Guy speaks at the Mill Creek Women's Club

Members and guests of the Mill Creek Women's Club were thoroughly entertained at the September 19th luncheon by guest speaker, Brian the Movie Guy. Brian told stories of how he got into the movie critic business and how he rates movies. He talked about his favorite movies and answered many questions from a thoroughly engaged audience. He shared that his favorite movie of all time is Raiders of the Lost Ark but he has 78 movies that are tied for second place!

Brian watches about 100 - 150 movies a year and his favorite part is the anticipation and being in a full theater surrounded with people seeing the movie for the first time and getting their raw reaction.

The Reserve at Town Center Apartments begins phase III construction

The Reserve at Town Center Apartments begins site clearing and grading for the third and last phase of their Mill Creek development this week.

The Reserve at Town Center Apartments will begin site clearing and grading for the third and last phase of their Mill Creek complex this week.

Phase III consists of 95 multifamily residential units in five buildings on the 3.36 acre former Halo Mobile Home Park site. Twelve of the residential units will be live/work townhomes with office/retail space on the first floor adjacent to Main Street and residential living space on the second floor.

164th Street SE intersection improvement project starts

Mill Creek started a project to improve the intersection of 164th Street SE and Bothell-Everett Highway on Monday, September 10th.

The City of Mill Creek, the Washington State Department of Transportation, and Marshbank Construction Inc. began a project to improve the intersection of 164th Street SE and Bothell-Everett Highway on Monday, September 10th. The project should be complete in three to four weeks.

The project removes the landscaped median on southbound Bothell-Everett Highway, and restripes 164th Street SE to extend the eastbound left turn lane.

Lombardi's coming to Bothell/Mill Creek

Lombardi's italian restaurant opening between Bothell and Mill Creek

UPDATE

The new Lombardi's Italian Restaurant is opening to the public on Wednesday, September 12th.

Lunch: 11am to 3pm
Happy Hour: 3pm to 6pm & 8pm to Close
Dinner: 3pm to 9pm Sunday to Thursday & 3pm to 10pm Friday and Saturday
Bar is open 1 hour later than the dining room

With locations at the Everett Marina and Issaquah, Lombardi’s Italian Restaurants are adding a new location in the Bothell/Mill Creek area.

Human rights public workshops – September 17th and 18th

Your Snohomish County Commission on Human Rights, in partnership with the Snohomish County Council, will host public workshops throughout Snohomish County to engage citizens in an interactive discussion of human rights challenges and opportunities to promote human rights for all citizens.

Snohomish County Commission on Human Rights
Invites our community to public workshops to discuss human rights in Snohomish County

Your Snohomish County Commission on Human Rights, in partnership with the Snohomish County Council, will host public workshops throughout Snohomish County to engage citizens in an interactive discussion of human rights challenges and opportunities to promote human rights for all citizens.

Terry Ryan announces his resignation from the Mill Creek City Council

Terry Ryan announces his resignation from the Mill Creek City Council.

At the September 4th City Council meeting, Councilmember Terry Ryan announced that he would resign from the Mill Creek City Council at 5:00 PM on September 11th. Ryan said that he was no longer able to juggle his full-time commercial real estate broker job at Kidder Mathews, his part-time job as a soccer coach at Mercer Island High School, his part-time Mill Creek City Council job, and his family commitments. “I am good at keeping a lot of balls in the air, but I just can’t balance everything,” he said.

Zen Garden Chinese Restaurant evicted

Zen Garden Chinese Restaurant owners evicted for non-payment of rent.

The Snohomish County Sherriff’s Office evicted the owners of the Zen Garden Chinese Restaurant from their business for non-payment of rent on August 31st.

According to a reliable source who didn’t want to be named, the restaurant owners were at least four months behind in the rent.

The Zen Garden Chinese Restaurant was one of the few Chinese restaurants in Snohomish County offering Dim Sum.

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