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 By Brandon Gustafson    News    July 3, 2019

Ferry riders could see fare bumps over next year

Those who frequently use the Washington State Ferries’ (WSF) system regularly may soon see a bigger dent in their wallet, as the Washington State Transportation Commission (WSTC) has proposed to... Full story

 

Ferry project updates l Guest View

The Mukilteo Ferry Advisory Committee (FAC) is a three-member committee created by the Washington State Legislature (RCW 47.60.310) appointed by Snohomish County to serve the local Mukilteo community. The Mukilteo FAC shares information from...

 

Make your voice heard regarding ferry terminal l Council Corner

As many of our residents know, I have been putting a great deal of effort into community involvement and information distribution regarding the new WSF terminal. What many residents don’t know is that Mukilteo was left off the docket for the WSF Lo...

 

Security fencing may be removed from terminal project

For the last few months, the Mukilteo City Council has been wrestling with Washington State Ferries’ proposal to build security fencing around the new ferry terminal, which councilmembers feel...

 

Mukilteo FAC meets this week

The Mukilteo Ferry Advisory Committee (FAC) will meet this Thursday, Oct. 18, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Rosehill Community Center (304 Lincoln Ave). At this month’s meeting, they will discuss with the community the current mitigation measures...

 

WSF leads brief public overview of ferry project

The Mukilteo Ferry Advisory Committee (FAC) hosted a walkthrough/open house with members of Washington State Ferries (WSF) for Mukilteo residents interested in discussing the new ferry terminal...

 

Where we’re at with the terminal project l Guest View

Despite more delays plaguing the construction of the new Mukilteo Ferry Terminal, there’s still a lot happening that we as Mukilteo residents need to be aware of. The most recent delay caused by the lowest valid bid for the construction of the new...

 

Council gets ferry update from WSF

The tariff wars have put the brakes on construction of Mukilteo’s new ferry terminal. Roughly one month after the new ferry terminal project was again delayed, three members of Washington State... Full story

 

Council chooses ‘road diet’ for pedestrian waterfront access

The Mukilteo City Council had an important decision to make in regards to pedestrian safety to the waterfront at Monday’s council meeting. After hearing results of an online public survey,...

 

Get your voice heard! l Guest View

RCW? ?47.60.310? ?created? ?local? ?ferry? ?advisory? ?committees? ?to? ?provide? ?local? ?perspectives? ?and recommendations? ?for? ?the? ?Washington? ?State? ?Department? ?of? ?Transportation.? The Washington State Ferries website says, “State la...

 

City mulls pedestrian access for waterfront

With the ferry terminal project underway, questions of public safety near the waterfront that have come up time and again by the city as well as the citizens of Mukilteo are back on the front burner.... Full story

 

Mukilteo’s public safety problems l Guest View

Mukilteo has a public safety problem. Not the typical “we need to give police and fire more money so they can respond better to emergencies,” but rather making the pedestrian and vehicle interaction in Mukilteo safer. The latest red flag came... Full story

 

2016 Year in Review: Part 2 (July-December)

JULY Citizen of Year serves around the clock As the daughter of two former Citizens of the Year, volunteerism is in Deb Bordsen’s blood. Bordsen has been named Mukilteo’s 2016 Citizen of the... Full story

 
 By Sara Bruestle    News    June 3, 2015

Nine run for Mukilteo City Council election

The following is a look at this year’s Mukilteo City Council candidates. Nine candidates have filed to run for four council positions. Two seats will be vacated, as incumbents have decided to...

 

Time is running out to name the next ferry

The Washington State Transportation Commission is asking residents submit suggestions for the third Olympic class ferry to join the state’s fleet. However, time is running out. The deadline for ferry name suggestions is 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 12....

 

2013 Year in Review (Part 2)

July Missing teen hikers found safe Two Kamiak High School grads who were missing after a day hike in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness were found Tuesday morning. Ricardo Perez, 18, and Brian Chim, 19,... Full story

 

2013 Year in Review (Part 1)

January Kamiak builds well in honor of Sandy Hook victims The Kamiak High School community, like the rest of the country, was heartbroken for Newtown and its loss. Students and staff are helping in a...

 

Tinsley’s time on council comes to an end

Beacon photo by Sara Bruestle Outgoing City Councilmember Tony Tinsley reads the inscription on a plaque he received at a reception held in his honor on Dec. 12. The plaque was given to Tinsley in...

 

Waterfront friends to hold elections

The Friends of the Mukilteo Waterfront is holding elections for incoming board members as well as to receive an update from the Port of Everett regarding progress on the Tank Farm transfer. Information regarding the Washington State Ferry Mukilteo...

 

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