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By David Pan 

What do you want to see on the waterfront?

Waterfront Stakeholder Group seeks public's input on redevelopment


Last updated 4/13/2022 at 1:17pm

David Pan

Mukilteo City Councilmember Tom Jordal, the City's representative on the Mukilteo Waterfront Stakeholder Group, is seeking residents' input on what they want to see on the waterfront.

Mukilteo City Councilmember Tom Jordal would like to hear from you.

As the City's representative on the Mukilteo Waterfront Stakeholder Group, Jordal is one of 19 community members drafting a set of guiding principles and forming a vision for the future redevelopment of the Mukilteo waterfront.

The group includes representatives from government, business, Old Town, the Mukilteo Historical Society, the Mukilteo Dive Park, Whidbey Island, Everett Community College's Ocean Research College Academy, and the Tulalip Tribes.

The group has met twice so far, and is off to a good start, according to...

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Reader Comments(2)

EditorSp writes:

Ivar's and the Mukilteo Dive Park each have two representatives to bring the total number of participants to 19.

Charlie Pancerzewski writes:

Your article says there are 19 stakeholders but you only list 17. Are there two others that are not listed? The stakeholders are dominated by business interests, yet the waterfront users are primarily residents and tourists unless it becomes used by Whidbey Island commuters for parking. Kevin Stoltz seems to be the only resident on the stakeholder list who is a resident that is not affiliated with government, business or an organization. Does Kevin know what the other 21,500 residents want for the waterfront or will he be speaking primarily for himself?


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