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$4.6 million not for pet projects | Guest View

This large distribution to Mukilteo from the Feds' American Rescue Plan Act is said to be for negative economic impacts of COVID-19 and for the provision of government services to... — Updated 5/12/2021


City Council needs to ask tough questions about budget, revenues | Guest View

The Mukilteo City Council Agenda Bill 2020-61 refers you to the Budget pages xiii-xv and says "The City's Gap Closing Policy outlines specific reporting requirements dependent upon... — Updated 7/19/2020


City finances need attention, public daylight | Guest View

A month ago my letter to the editor described some areas of financial impact on Mukilteo from COVID-19 and urged the Mayor and Council to identify and analyze those impacts and... — Updated 5/13/2020


Preferential non-enforcement | Guest View

Mukilteo elected officials continue to discuss the need to reduce traffic congestion and to build costly parking at both street level and in garages on our waterfront. Yet, they... — Updated 4/23/2014


It’s time for change

We see a rush to congratulate the mayor and some city councilmembers for the new Rosehill Community Center, the restructured Lighthouse Park and what seems to be the future... — Updated 10/16/2013


Issues with park(ing)

Summer is here with the usual traffic jams and full parking spaces on the waterfront. Mukilteo heavily promotes our waterfront, bringing thousands of visitors to Front Street and Li... — Updated 7/17/2013


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