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 By Brandon Gustafson    News    May 29, 2019

Residents, commuters air grievances at WSF community meeting

Washington State Ferries (WSF) has been traveling across western Washington and hosting open houses for ferry communities over the last month, and made a stop in Mukilteo late last week to hear... Full story

 

Ferries to host series of community meetings, including in Mukilteo

This spring, Washington State Ferries will host a series of community meetings for each route it serves. Topics will include proposed changes to passenger fares, implementation of WSF’s 2040 Long Range Plan and issues and projects specific to each...

 

Year in Review July-December 2018

July Phamily, smiles, and service When Nhi Pham exited the back offices and entered the waiting room at her dental clinic, Mukilteo Dental Center, she was shocked and a little concerned to see her entire staff and many Mukilteo residents filling up t...

 

WSF’s long-range plan released

Washington State Ferries recently released its 2040 long-range plan, an update from 2009, which addresses increased ridership, among other issues, under the WSF umbrella. With the new Mukilteo ferry...

 

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...

 

Police Beat: 1/7-1/13

Jan. 7 Reckless driver The reporting party advised of a recklessly driven vehicle. The vehicle was not located. Near the Mukilteo Speedway and Paine Field Boulevard. Family argument Officers responded for a domestic disturbance. The officers contacte...

 

2017 year in review: July-December

July: Taylor-made to serve her community As a girl growing up in Oklahoma, Pam Taylor took to heart the value of lending a helping hand. “As a teenager, I would mow grass for people just as a service, and I loved doing it,” she said. “My reward... Full story

 

2017 year in review: January-June

January: Everything’s coming up Kang “This boy is going to be a chief someday.” That’s what former Mukilteo Police Chief Mike Murphy said to himself 13 years ago upon hiring Cheol Kang as a patrol officer. “In my mind, there was never a...

 

WSF releases summer sailing schedule

Washington State Ferries (WSF) has released its adjusted summer sailing schedule for the Mukilteo-Clinton route after collecting input from riders. The temporary schedule, which takes effect June 25 and runs for six months through fall 2017,...

 

Election hopefuls emerging early on

With more than a month until filing week, several people have already set their sights on two open City Council seats. Anyone looking to run for elected office this year must file with the Snohomish C... Full story

 

Ferry terminal construction to begin this summer

Following an open house last week and more than a decade of planning, state engineers are finalizing the design of Mukilteo’s new, $139-million multimodal ferry terminal project. “You’ll be able... 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

 

Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of June 15 | Police Beat

May 31 Suspicious – 4800 blk Hidden Forest Dr. Officers were dispatched for a man sleeping in his vehicle, which has Oregon license plates. He told officers that he sleeps in his vehicle on occasion. He was warned about sleeping in his vehicle and...

 

Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of May 11 | Police Beat

April 29 Theft – 11700 blk Mukilteo Speedway A subject reported that a male ran out of the store with a basket of unpaid merchandise and was last seen driving northbound on Mukilteo Speedway. Officers located/stopped the vehicle, and the occupant...

 

Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of April 6 | Police Beat

March 30 Animal – 5300 blk 58th Pl. W. A caller found a male toy poodle mix, black in color, on Easter Sunday. The caller requested to keep the dog until the owner was located. Suspicious – 800 blk 3rd St. A caller reported that one of his...

 

Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of March 16 | Police Beat

March 9 Suspicious – 12300 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd. Officers were dispatched for a report of a suspicious woman. The woman had a warrant for theft out of Marysville that Marysville police declined to confirm. The woman left the location. Collision... Full story

 

Be wary of the ‘road diet’ concept | Letter

Editor, The Beacon: Washington State Ferries, the city of Mukilteo, and WSDOT are looking at a “road diet" concept for the new road alignment when the new ferry terminal is built. Basically, the concept being considered is to squeeze the two... Full story

 

Log of calls to Mukilteo police for week of Jan. 13 | Police Beat

Jan. 6 Animal – 4200 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd. S.W. A caller reported that a vehicle struck a cat. She did not know if the cat was still alive. It was gone on arrival. DUI – 1100 blk W. Mukilteo Blvd. Officers were dispatched to check for a white To...

 

Year in Review 2015 (Part 2)

July Burglaries down 18 percent in 2nd quarter A Mukilteo resident arrived home around 8 p.m. on June 22 to find a burglar, his pockets stuffed with her jewelry. He told her he was trying to sneak up... Full story

 

2015 Year in Review (Part 1)

January Innovative school may have to shut down The next Albert Einstein could very well attend Bright Avenues School, but we may never know. The new independent K-8 school in south Everett is in...

 

Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of Dec. 9 | Police Beat

Dec. 2 Vehicle Prowl – 5600 blk 105th Pl. S.W. A caller reported that sometime overnight, her locked vehicle was prowled and a non-working satellite radio was stolen. She requests extra patrols at night. Civil – 44th Ave. W. & 76th St. S.W. A...

 

Log off 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of Nov. 25 | Police Beat

Nov. 18 Traffic – 10200 blk SR-525 A caller reported “numerous vehicles up and down the Speedway,” were not stopping at blacked-out intersections. She requested extra patrol. Follow-Up – 600 blk Marine View Pl. A caller reported that someone at...

 

Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of Oct. 21 | Police Beat

Oct. 14 Suspicious – 12600 blk SR-525 Officers were dispatched for a report of three men who walked out from behind the location pushing a grocery cart full of items. Two subjects told officers their vehicle had broken down and the grocery carts...

 

Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of Oct. 7 | Around Town

Sept. 30 Noise – 4700 blk Charter Ln. Officers responded to a report of loud music. The music appeared to be coming from a clock radio alarm in the residence. The resident was possibly out of town. The complainant agreed to contact management. Colli...

 

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