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By David Pan 

City and Tulalip Tribes to continue discussion on waterfront access issues

A work group with officials from both sides is being developed


Last updated 8/18/2021 at 12:08pm

David Pan

Potential changes to Mukilteo Lane, including making it a one-way road, are just some of the issues that need to be addressed by the City of Mukilteo and the Tulalip Tribes. A work group consisting of members from both governing bodies is being developed.

A joint meeting between the Mukilteo City Council and the Tulalip Tribes' board of directors – planned to discuss a possible traffic study on Mukilteo Lane – instead veered off course.

During the Monday, Aug. 9 Zoom meeting, Tulalip Tribes members reiterated concerns about access – or the lack of it – to their property on the waterfront under a proposal prepared by City staff. The proposal was first presented to the City Council on Jan. 4, and later shared with the tribes' board of directors during a joint Zoom meeting Jan. 14.

The City's proposal, which the council has not acted o...

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