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In-person meetings return to Mill Creek, others soon to follow

In person meeting

The city of Mill Creek resumed in-person city council meetings May 25, the first time since the statewide shutdown, while many surrounding cities are still meeting remotely. The city’s hybrid system allows for council members or staff to attend via zoom if they are still uncomfortable or have legitimate medical reasons, according to councilman Vincent […]

Nine years after Washington legalized cannabis, some cities still resist

Cannabis Lynnwood

LYNNWOOD, WA – It’s been nine years since Washington State passed Initiative 502, legalizing recreational cannabis for persons 21-years or older, yet some Snohomish County cities, including Lynnwood, are still resistant to welcoming the industry. Lynnwood’s Moratorium As of today, there are no recreational cannabis stores within Lynnwood city limits, despite four licenses (or title-certificates) […]

Mill Creek passes ordinance to re-criminalize drugs

Mill Creek re-criminalize drugs

UPDATED 8:42 AM April 14, 2021: Added to the article that Lake Stevens passed a similar ordinance on March 23, 2021 with a vote of 5-2. MILL CREEK, WA – The City of Mill Creek passed an ordinance Tuesday, April 13, making knowing possession of a controlled substance a crime following weeks of debate and […]

Hundreds join Fortney to support law enforcement and in remembrance of Officer Shoop

Adam Fortney

by Mario Lotmore | Lynnwood Times Staff EVERETT, WA, July 17, 2020 — Over 350 attended a Back the Blue rally in Everett, WA.  The Snohomish County Republican Party sponsored the event at the Snohomish County Plaza to show support to law enforcement and first responders. Event organizer, Anita Azariah shared with attendees that efforts […]

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