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Public invited to attend the honoring of Charlie Pancerzewski

Mukilteo, Wash., February 4, 2023—The City of Mukilteo will be honoring Charlie Pancerzewski during the February 6th City Council Meeting, which begins at 6 PM at City Hall. Mr. Pancerzewski was one of the most engaged citizens the City of Mukilteo has ever seen. For over 50 years, he attended Council Meetings and provided meaningful […]

Mukilteo City Council meeting faces technical issues, meeting rescheduled for April 11

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MUKILTEO, Wash., April 5, 2022 – Due to technical difficulties, Mukilteo City Council’s April 4th Regular Meeting was cut short. The new meeting is rescheduled for 6 p.m. April 11, 2022. The Council was set to discuss various business items, including the 2024 Stormwater Comprehensive Plan Contract and a resolution promoting religious freedom. However, after […]

Op-Ed: Appoint Kevin Stoltz to fill the Mukilteo CC vacancy


With Joe Marine’s election to be Mayor, Council now has to appoint someone to fill Marine’s Council vacancy. Our system of having the voters choose those they want to represent them supports your appointment of someone the voters want. Our system does not switch to now having four Councilmembers choose someone they personally want instead […]

Mukilteo approves Capital Improvement Plan

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MUKILTEO, Wash., November 9, 2021 – Mukilteo city council passed Ordinance 1456, amending the Capital Facilities element of the Comprehensive Plan, and held discussions on the city’s 2022 budget before voting for approval on November 15.  All council members were in attendance except Councilmember Joe Marine who was unable to attend.  Adoption of the Capital […]

Mukilteo approves ARPA funds for police body cams, software and Chamber improvements, and utility assistance

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MUKILTEO, Wash., October 26, 2021 – Mukilteo City Council passed four new uses for American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds at their Special Meeting October 26, which includes Enterprise Resource Planning software upgrades, police body cameras, audio and visual upgrades to the council chamber, and utility assistance for Mukilteo residents with outstanding balances. Enterprise Resource […]

Mukilteo City Council updates criminal code, budget discussion resumes

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MUKILTEO, Wash., October 22, 2021 – City Council approved an update on its criminal code, ordinance 1454, and furthered their discussion on the City’s budget and Property and Emergency Medical Service Tax levies at its Regular Business meeting Monday, October 18. All council members were in attendance aside from councilwoman Elizabeth Crawford. The passed update […]

Beer Gate: Mukilteo violates alcohol serving policies at Lighthouse Park…again

MUKILTEO, Wash, August 20, 2021 – The Chamber of Commerce Music at the Beach events, held at Mukilteo’s Lighthouse Park, were found to be serving alcohol without proper co-sponsorship, just two months after Diamond Knot’s Alehouse license was revoked for a similar violation. The Music at the Beach summer concert series featured live music, food, […]

Full council chamber as HAP draft language passes 5-1

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MUKILTEO, Wash., July 20, 2021 – City Hall packed into a full-house Tuesday, July 19, for the second city council meeting since reopening to in-person meetings. Attending in-person were around 26 residents and all council members except Bob Champion, Louis Harris (who attended remotely), and Mayor Gregerson, with Sarah Kneller stepping in as Mayor Pro […]

Could a land swap solve Diamond Knot-Mukilteo woes?

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MUKILTEO, Wash., June 14, 2021 – Even as the state approaches the prospect of re-opening on June 30, the lasting effects of the shutdown continue to be an area of uncertainty for many small businesses, including Diamond Knot Brewery & Alehouse (Diamond Knot) in Mukilteo. On June 2, its Special Event Permit issued by the […]

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