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Are Traffic Cameras Right for Mukilteo Speedway?

mukilteo Traffic Cameras

The City of Mukilteo is considering adding traffic cameras at the north end of Mukilteo Speedway. The three locations being considered are nearby: The cameras are being considered to address the problems of speeding and noise on Mukilteo Speedway, primarily leaving the waterfront heading south on Mukilteo Speedway. Local residents have long endured the noise […]

Andy Illyn sworn in as Mukilteo new Police Chief

Andy Illyn

MUKILTEO, Wash., October 2, 2023—The Mukilteo City Council unanimously confirmed Mayor Joe Marine’s appointment of Andy Illyn as the city’s new Chief of Police at its Business Meeting on Monday, October 2, 2023. “I am very fortunate,” said newly confirmed Police Chief Illyn. “Some chiefs come into this job having to fix a problem or […]

Call for Mukilteo EMS Levy Pro and Con Committee members

Mukilteo EMS Levy

MUKILTEO, Wash., April 7, 2023—On April 3, the Mukilteo City Council authorized adding a ballot measure to the August 1, 2023, primary election for an EMS Levy Lid Lift at a levy rate of $0.40 per $1,000.00 of assessed valuation, starting in 2024, and expiring after six years. This would bring the levy rate from […]

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 […]

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