The Washington State Legislature recently authorized funds to reimburse bump stock owners $150 for each one turned in, but the offer ends on Tuesday, March 26th, when the federal law that bans them takes effect.
The City of Mill Creek is currently evaluating a proposed binding site plan application for a new high-end dog boarding facility called Muttley Square located near the intersection of Bothell-Everett Highway and 132nd Street SE, northeast of the Les Schwab store.
The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is hosting a Be the Match donor registry event at the Mill Creek south precinct office on Thursday evening, March 14th, to help Deputy Molly Thunder find a bone marrow donor to help treat her recently diagnosed bone marrow disease.
At their Tuesday, February 26th, meeting, the Mill Creek City Council decided the required public hearing on The Farm of Mill Creek’s development agreement would be held at 6:00 pm on Tuesday evening, March 26th.
Interim Mill Creek City Manager Bob Stowe recently issued 35th Avenue SE Reconstruction Project change orders totaling $38,000 in order to improve the chances of reopening the road "before March 15th."
Snohomish County residents can now drop off liquid latex paint to be recycled for a fee at the county's Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Station in Everett. The other option is to put dried paint in the garbage.