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City Council Wrap-Up 2/7

City Council Wrap-Up 2/7

The City Council approved the following items at this weeks’ meeting. Stay in touch with what’s happening in your area by tuning into the city’s online public meetings. Approval of Public Defender Contract – Mountlake Terraces previous public defender contracts paid a flat a... »

Mountlake Terrace Freeway Flyer Station Set to Open in March

Mountlake Terrace Freeway Flyer Station Set to Open in March

Crews are hard at work on the freeway station and pedestrian walkway – they’re finishing up the elevators, adding windows and glass panels, and installing steel frames for walls and roofs. Completion of the Freeway Station appears to be on track for mid-March. The stations distinctive s... »

Terrace Linebacker Haldane Signs Letter of Intent With Central Washington University

Terrace Linebacker Haldane Signs Letter of Intent With Central Washington University

Mountlake Terrace High School linebacker Mitch Haldane signed a Letter of Intent with the Central Washington University Wildcats last Wednesday. “Mitch graduates as Mountlake Terrace’s career all time leading tackler and set the season record this year. He played a major role in the succ... »

City Council Just says “No” to Frontier’s Service Rate Increase

City Council Just says “No” to Frontier’s Service Rate Increase

The City Council will vote tonight, February 7th,onthe resolution that was reviewed at Thursday’s work session. If approved, the city will senda letter to Frontierexpressing opposition to Frontiers $30-per-month, nearly 50%, increase on its cable TV service and for abandoning its commitm... »

Potential 228th Street SW Lane Modification for Edmonds Interurban Trail

Potential 228th Street SW Lane Modification for Edmonds Interurban Trail

The City of Edmonds is currently completing the design of its portion of the Interurban Trail which, when compete, will eliminate the missing link between the southern end of Mountlake Terraces trail at 228th Street SW and the north end of Shorelines trail at 76th Avenue West and 244th Street SW. ... »

One of your neighbors got a job

One of your neighbors got a job

We wouldn’t normally do a post just because someone in our city got a job but we got this press release and thought that, in this economy, even one new job is reason to celebrate. So, without further ado: MetLife is pleased to announce that Kayla Banchero, a Mountlake Terrace resident, hasjoi... »

Three Terrace Students Move on to 2nd Round of Terrace Idol

Three Terrace Students Move on to 2nd Round of Terrace Idol

Mountlake Terrace High School is hosting the sixth annual Terrace Idol, a singing competition between Edmonds-Woodway, Meadowdale, Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood and Shorecrest high schools. The competition starts with around 20 performers (below). On the first night, around half of the performers are ... »

UPDATE: Last Sunday’s Police Activity on 44th

UPDATE: Last Sunday’s Police Activity on 44th

Here is an update to our previous post about the significant police activity that along 44th last Sunday morning that spanned three cities: On Sunday, January 30, 2011 at 8:30 AM, City of Mountlake Terrace police officers assisted the City of Lynnwood Police Department with containment on a resident... »

Lost: Black Dog, Victim of Abuse

Lost: Black Dog, Victim of Abuse

This comes frmo Jim Ito, President of MLT D.O.G.: Be on the lookout for a 40-45 pound dog, black, no collar, a small bare patch on it’s face, likely a lab/pit mix. This dog was found in the back of a green pickup truck yesterday morning (Friday, 2/4), on 224th St SW between 56th Ave W and 58th... »

The Latest from Liias: Helping Arson Victims Rebuild and Why Transit is Good for Everyone

The Latest from Liias: Helping Arson Victims Rebuild and Why Transit is Good for Everyone

Here’s the latest from 21st Legislative District Representative Marko Liias: Liias bill would help recent arson victims to rebuild After arson fires destroyed two local institutions, Rep. Marko Liias wanted to do something to help these victims recover and rebuild. In November 2009, Mukilteo r... »

Girls Basketball: Terrace’s Seasons Ends With Loss to Meadowdale

Girls Basketball: Terrace’s Seasons Ends With Loss to Meadowdale

Terrace played their final game of the season at the “Stable” at Meadowdale High school. The Lady Hawks played their most inspired game of the season for the first three quarters ending with the lead. Then came the fourth quarter, the Mustangs leading scorer during the season went 5-6 fr... »

Fire District 1 Calls: January 27 – February 2

Fire District 1 Calls: January 27 – February 2

Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 278 calls the week of Jan. 27-Feb.2: 224 emergency medical aid calls, 13 motor vehicle collisions, 12 fires, eight service calls, 17 automatic fire alarms and four natural gas leaks. Mountlake Terrace calls are in bold. January 28 ARSON. At 3:30 a.m., fi... »

Edmonds School Board recognizes Cedar Way Playground Committee

At its meeting on Feb. 1, the Edmonds School Board recognized the Cedar Way School Playground Committee: Molly Luna, Mia Fisher, Joy Muller, Julianne Davidson, Laura Longacre, Charlotte Nagai, Kim Kirk, Teresa Hankins, Laura Baker, Lisa Parsons and Taira Rink. Through their efforts, and those of the... »

Watch the Big Game on the Big Screen

Watch the Big Game on the Big Screen

Cinebarre in Mountlake Terrace will be showing the Superbowl this Sunday, February 6, on the big screen. Doors will open 30 minutes before kickoff. Kickoff is 3:30pm PST. Admission is free and they’ll have some food/drink specials. »

Ballinger Lake Golf Course Represented at the Seattle Golf Show

Ballinger Lake Golf Course Represented at the Seattle Golf Show

Ballinger Lake Golf Course will once again have a booth at the Seattle Golf Show, February 11-13th, 2011 at Qwest Field Event Center. Operated since 2005 by Hardy Golf, LLC – Ballinger Lake Golf Course has been an annual fixture at the golf show – the largest show in the Pacific Northwes... »

Super Bowl Sunday no excuse to drink and drive

Local law enforcement, including the Mountlake Terrace Police Department, will be out in force this Super Bowl Sunday, proactively looking for impaired drivers. The Snohomish County Sheriffs Office, Washington State Patrol and city police departments will task their officers on the DUI Target Zero ... »

Edmonds Comedy Night to Benefit Terrace Park School

The annual Edmonds Comedy Night, a benefit for Terrace Park School, is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Featured comedians are Terrace’s own Kermit Apio (winner of last year’s Great American Comedy Festival), Nancy Reed of Austin, and Auggie Smith an... »

Initial data show small decrease in countys homeless numbers

Numbers collected Thursday during Snohomish Countys annual Point In Time homeless count show a slight decrease over data collected during 2010. Numerous volunteers spent the day and early evening gathering information on Snohomish Countys homeless population. This years total still incomplete ... »

MLT Man Involved in Fatal Car Accident

This comes from our online news partner, the Seattle Times: An 18-year-old Issaquah man was fatally injured in a three-car collision Tuesday morning on Interstate 405, according to the State Patrol. Around 10:20 a.m., Tyler Lucas was driving in the left lane on north I-405, just north of Interstate ... »

Officials get a lesson in what it takes to form a regional fire service

Officials get a lesson in what it takes to form a regional fire service

This comes from our friends at My Edmonds News: A group of about 75 representatives of South Snohomish and North King County municipalities including mayors, city councilmembers, city managers and fire chiefs packed the third floor of Edmonds City Hall Monday night to learn more about what it ta... »

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