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City Hall Being Vacated

City Hall Being Vacated

The Herald recently published an article about Mountlake Terrace’s city services moving out of the nearly 50-year-old existing City Hall building at 232nd and 58th. You probably remember nearly a year ago when part of the ceiling collapsed in the City Council Chamber of the deteriorating build... »

Cinebarre Grand Opening This Friday, May 29

Cinebarre Grand Opening This Friday, May 29

Friday is the public grand opening for the new (formerly Mountlake 9) movie theater in Mountlake Terrace where you can dine and drink while you’re watching the movie. The films may be the same ones playing at other theaters but that’s about all that Cinebarre will have in common. Instead... »

2009 State of the City

2009 State of the City

Last week the City released its 2009 State of the City address from City Manager John Caulfield. The presentation was tilted “Safe, Healthy and Strong” and focused on the economy and how the City has mitigated the impacts of the recession. Other topics discussed were a number of capital ... »

Seattle Area Neighborhood Blogs

I’ve compiled a map of most of the Seattle area hyperlocal neighborhood blogs. This is an easy place to send your friends to who are looking for ways to get more involved in their local community. View the embedded map below or view in Google Maps. The map is editable by anyone so feel free to... »

Dinner & a Movie

Our local movie theater, Mountlake 9, closed a couple months ago and is now being transformed into a classier venue where you can watch a movie AND get a good meal. They have gutted one of the nine theaters and installed a kitchen as well as removed every other row of seats from the eight other thea... »

Wrong Cheese?

Wrong Cheese?

Now this is funny on a number of levels. From the Enterprise Police Beat: He saw a cat sitting on the sidewalk, meowing, so he tried to feed it some cheese and it scratched his arms. “Wrong cheese? 4400 block 212th St. SW., 8:34 p.m. A 44-year-old Mountlake Terrace man said he saw a cat sittin... »

MLTnews.com On Your iPhone & iPod Touch

We’ve just added support for an easier way to view MLTnews.com on your iPhone & iPod Touch. You can still comment and do everything you can do on the normal site but now it’s easier to get around and will load faster. »

Mountlake Terrace History

Mountlake Terrace History

HistoryLink has a great essay documenting the history of the city of Mountlake Terrace. I live in one of the original 640 square foot (with an addition) houses built in the early ’50s so the description of the house building assembly line was particularly interesting. Read a few excerpts below... »

Police Warn of Suspicious Man

The Mountlake Terrace police department has sent out a community warning about a suspicious man seen around the city. He has been spotted near the Cedar Way Apartments at the intersection of 236th and Cedar Way and near the Terrace Park School at 54th and 228th. The man has approached several young ... »

Coming Soon: The Red Onion

UPDATE: Check out our review of the Red Onion. There’s a new burger joint coming to Mountlake Terrace called the Red Onion. The days of the $4.99 large pizza at Good Neighbor are over and hopefully the Red Onion can keep Good Neighbor’s title of having “the best burgers in town.... »

Let's Do This

MLTnews is a website about Mountlake Terrace and everything that happens here. Though we are just starting, MLTnews will soon be a place to find out about news and events, local issues and politics, restaurant reviews and things that are going on in Mountlake Terrace. MLTnew is always looking for ne... »

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