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By David Pan 

Tulalip Tribes expresses disappointment with Mukilteo City Council

Tulalip board of directors say they should have been consulted earlier about city's plans for Mukilteo Lane

 

Last updated 1/20/2021 at 11:09am

David Pan

The city's proposed plans to rework traffic on the Mount Baker railroad crossing prompted a meeting with the Tulalip Tribes.

The Mukilteo City Council got the message from the Tulalip Tribes.

The tribes' board of directors were clear in saying that the Tulalip Tribes should have been consulted earlier by the city about its proposal to address residents' concerns about traffic and safety issues on Mukilteo Lane.

A motion to encourage the city to work with Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) to close the Mount Baker railroad crossing was proposed in December, and postponed to the Jan. 4 council meeting. At that meeting, city staff presented its preferred solution to address residents' concerns about Mukilteo Lane...



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