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By David Pan 

A night for Mukilteans to connect

First responders, city officials visit nine National Night Out neighborhood events


Last updated 8/18/2021 at 12:07pm

David Pan

Mukilteo Police Officer Brenda Greenmun (right) answers a question from a resident during a National Night Out gathering Tuesday, Aug. 3, at the Camden townhouse complex. Also at the event were Mukilteo Fire Chief Chris Alexander (left), fire marshal Glen Albright, Councilmember Joe Marine, and Officer Mason Shoudy. See more photos of the Night Out event on page 15.

It was a night for smiles, lively conversations and, in many instances, food and drinks.

A year after National Night Out was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, residents gathered in their neighborhoods Tuesday, Aug. 3, to welcome visits from members of the Mukilteo police and fire departments, the Mukilteo Police Foundation, Mayor Jennifer Gregerson, councilmembers and other city officials.

"Overall, we had some great and positive interactions with the community," Police Chief Cheol Kang said. "It was pretty unanimous from all of the block parties that they appreciated having police,...

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