Mukilteo, Wash., September 16, 2022 – The City of Mukilteo Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) has opened the application process for the next year of grant funding.

The City of Mukilteo is soliciting project proposals that support and encourage tourism, cultural activities, and tourism facilities in Mukilteo, Washington. The deadline to apply online is 4:00pm on Monday, September 26, 2022; no late applications will be accepted after that date. Applications will only be accepted online, not on paper. If you need assistance, please email nnehring@mukilteowa.gov. The Lodging Tax Grant Application can be found here: https://mukilteowa.gov/2023-lodging-tax-grant-application/.

The purpose of the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee is to review the fund balance from lodging tax revenue and provide recommendations to Council on how to best use the funds. Grant applications are opened up for organizations and businesses that help promote tourism in Mukilteo.

Please note that grant funding is limited, so not all projects submitted will receive funding.

“The Lodging Tax Grants are a great way to increase tourism to our wonderful city,” says Mukilteo Mayor Joe Marine. “I would strongly encourage organizations and businesses to apply.”

Learn more about the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee here: https://mukilteowa.gov/city-council/mukilteo-commissions-committees-boards/lodging-tax-advisory-committee/.

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  • September 22, 2022 at 9:27 AM
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    Right now pictures are being shown on you tube of Seattle showing what Democrats are doing to Seattle and possibly other cities. It’s a wasteland. Bldgs are boarded up people are few on the streets. Traffic is not what it was. It’s a mess. This is what your votes are doing to a wonderful beautiful city that was. U district is the same dismal area. What a shame. It’s people voting the same way over and over and expecting something different. Never happen.

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