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Civic Affairs

Mill Creek Amber Alert - Annabelle Martini

October 26, 2013 update

Sergeant Sean Conner, Mill Creek Police Department, made the following statement, "Today, at about 7:37 AM, local and federal law enforcement officers in a coordinated joint effort found the one-day-old baby girl who had been the focus of a nearly day long search that was initiated by the activation of the AMBER Alert system on Friday afternoon."

"Officers located Jamie Martini and her baby in the 3300 block of Rueben Shelton Drive on the Tulalip Reservation near Martini’s residence."

Looking Ahead

The City of Mill Creek celebrated its 30th birthday this year and while much has changed over those thirty years, the city’s character has not.

Next week marks my eleventh month as Mill Creek’s City Manager.  As I reflect on those eleven months, I am struck by how much I have learned about the community and the things that are most important to its residents, businesses and visitors.  The past month or so has made me realize just how passionate people are about this community.  Mill Creek is unique and its residents are justly proud of their community. 

Man attempts to grab 12-year old girl in Mill Creek

On Tuesday, October 22, 2013, at 7:39 am a white male attempted to grab a 12-year old girl behind an apartment building at the 13500 block of Heatherwood Drive. Mill Creek Police are looking for witnesses.

On Tuesday, October 22, 2013, at 7:39 am a 12-year old girl was walking behind an apartment building at the 13500 block of Heatherwood Drive.

The girl alleges that an adult male followed her behind the building and then attempted to grab her and pull her hair. The girl pushed the man away and ran to a friend’s apartment to report the attack.

Edmonds Community College hires director for new Veterans Resource Center

Edmonds Community College named Chris Szarek the first director of its Veterans Resource Center on September 16, 2013. Among other things, the center assists veterans in navigating enrollment, and accessing educational and financial benefits.

LYNNWOOD, Wash. — Edmonds Community College has named Chris Szarek the first director of its Veterans Resource Center. He began September 16, 2013. The center, which opened in early 2012, assists veterans in navigating enrollment, helps them access educational and financial benefits, and offers other resources while veterans attend college.

Mill Creek Community Association breaks ground on new office building

On September 10, 2013, the Mill Creek Community Association (MCCA) broke ground for their new offices located on Country Club Drive, next to the West Coast Aquatics Swim Club. The new 1,800 square foot, single-story office building is expected to be complete by April 2014.

On September 10, 2013, the Mill Creek Community Association (MCCA), Mill Creek's oldest and largest homeowners association, broke ground for their new offices located on Country Club Drive next to the West Coast Aquatics Swim Club. The new 1,800 square foot, single-story office building is expected to be complete by April 2014.

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