The Mountlake Terrace City Council has cancelled its May 29 work/study session due to a conflict with the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) Assembly VISION 2040 Awards Dinner, scheduled to take place that same night in Seattle.
The council usually meets on the Thursday that falls four days before each bi-monthly city council meeting in order to discuss upcoming agenda items; the June 2 meeting will take place as usual despite the cancellation of the May 29 work/study session.
City officials will be attending the May 29 PSRC awards dinner in order to accept a VISION 2040 award on behalf of the Arbor Village apartments complex opened last year at the corner of 236th Street Southwest and 56th Avenue West in Mountlake Terrace. The award, presented by the interjurisdictional group of city, town, port, tribe, county government and transit agency officials, is given to projects that utilize innovations to manage growth and sustain “quality of life.”
Gov. Jay Inslee is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the awards dinner.