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Council Adopts Electric Vehicle Charging Standards

Council Adopts Electric Vehicle Charging Standards

An Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Ordinancethe first in the County–was adopted by the City Council after a public hearing November 1. This ordinance helps reduce our dependence on foreign oil, said Mayor Pro Tem Laura Sonmore, and makes it easier for people to use clean electric vehicles.... »

Election Results, Wednesday Update

Election Results, Wednesday Update

After another day of counting, not much has changed in local races and measures. The Civic Campus proposition still trails 54%-46%. There may still be a few votes trailing in over the next few days but it likely won’t be even close to the number of votes needed to pass with 60%. The Legislativ... »

Fight among roommates leads to one arrest

A fight among several roommates at a home near 56th Ave W and 238th St SW led to an arrest Tuesday evening. Mountlake Terrace Police received a call about an assault taking place between several males at a home near 56th and 238th Tuesday evening around 5:30pm. Injuries occurred and one 47 year old ... »

Civic Campus Measure Failing

Civic Campus Measure Failing

Early election results Tuesday night have the Mountlake Terrace Civic Campus measure failing 54% to 46%. Since the measure needs a 60% vote to pass, it would take a lot for the measure to catch up at this point. While many who voted yes saw the measure as an investment in the community, opponents ar... »

Democrats lead in all but 1 local race

Democrats lead in all but 1 local race

Democrats hold leads in 5 of the 6 local races in the 1st and 21st State Legislative Districts and the 1st Congressional District. In the 1st LD State Representative positions Derek Stanford (D) has a 51.4% to 48.6% lead over Dennis Richter (R) and Heidi Munson (R) has a very slim 50.7% to 49.3%, 40... »

Belly Dancing for Beginners – this Wednesday @ the MLT Library

Teens! Ever thought belly dancing sounded like a ton of fun, but didn’t know where to get started? Come to the library for a free introduction class with dance instructor Jessica McClinton Lopez. Bring scarves and jangly jewelry if you have it! Supported by the Friends of the Mountlake Terrace... »

City quick to fix ruptured water main

City quick to fix ruptured water main

An eight inch water main ruptured under 48th Ave W at 240th Pl SW last week Thursday. The Public Works Crew worked late into the night to complete emergency repairs. Repairs of the street were done on Friday. Interruption of water service was isolated to about twenty homes for a less than an hour wh... »

VOTE!

VOTE!

Today is election day and if you want your vote to count, you must have your ballot postmarked today or have dropped it off at a drop box before 8pm. Head over to our Election 2010 page for some handy voting links and information. »

Cedar Way up for $50,000 Pepsi Grant

Cedar Way up for $50,000 Pepsi Grant

Cedar Way Elementary in Mountlake Terrace is once again up for a $50,000 grant through the Pepsi Refresh Challenge. Cedar Way has been working for the past sixyears raising money to replace an old, out of date and barely safe playground. But with budget cutbacks and recession pressures, it has been... »

Bring your used books to the Library Saturday

Too many books? On Saturday, November 6 from 10am-2pm, the Friends of the Mountlake Terrace Library, in partnership with Once Sold Tales,will be on hand to receive your gently used books. All proceeds will be used to fundquality family programming at the Mountlake Terrace Library. All donations to... »

Fire District 1 to install alarms Nov. 6 for Smoke Alarm Saturday

Fire District 1 to install alarms Nov. 6 for Smoke Alarm Saturday

Firefighters in Snohomish County Fire District 1 will be going door-to-door in five neighborhoods on Nov. 6 to install free smoke alarms and batteries as part of a countywide Smoke Alarm Saturday campaign. We know smoke alarms save lives by providing the early warning you need to escape a fire. We ... »

MLT Trunk ‘R Treat a huge success

MLT Trunk ‘R Treat a huge success

Hundreds of ghouls, goblins, princesses and more descended on the Town Center neighborhood Sunday evening for the first annual Mountlake Terrace Trunk ‘R Treat. The event, spearheaded by Sean Richards of the Red Onion, was meant to be a safe place where MLT kids could come and trick or treat a... »

Halloween in MLT

Here are some reader photos from around town this Halloween. If you have MLT Halloween photos, send them to tips@MLTnews.com and we’ll add them to the gallery. Click here to check out even more photos from the Mountlake Terrace Trunk ‘R Treat. »

Several Public Hearings at Monday Council Meeting

The City Council will hold several public hearings on Monday, November 1 at the Interim City Hall Council Chambers, 6100 219th Street SW, Suite 220 at 7pm. Topics of the hearings include the 2011-2012 Proposed Biennial Budget, 2011 Property Tax Ordinance, the proposed 2011-2016 Transportation Improv... »

Hawks’ Season will end just shy of the playoffs

The Mountlake Terrace Hawks’ football season will end just short of what would have been their second playoff berth in a row. The Hawkeye has more: In game one, the Hawks played Everett in a rematch of the memorable homecoming game a week ago. The Hawks had a golden opportunity to score the fi... »

Halloween Safety Tips from the MLT Police Advisory Board

Halloween Safety Tips from the MLT Police Advisory Board

Trick or Treating? The Mountlake Terrace Community Policing Advisory Board Encourages You to Be Safe and Have Fun! Before Trick-or-Treating: A good meal prior to parties and trick-or-treating will discourage youngsters from filling up on sweets. Test any makeup on a small area first and make sure it... »

Hawks play 3-way tie-breaker Saturday

The Hawks 43-13 win over the Lynnwood on Thursday kept Terrace in the running for a playoff birth. On Saturday we’ll find out if the team can make it to the post-season for the second year in a row. Everett, Mountlake Terrace and Shorecrest each ended the regular season with a 4-3 record in le... »

Thank you sponsors

Thank you sponsors

Once a month we like to point you to our sponsors who support MLTnews so thank them by checking out their websites and supporting their businesses. If you’reinterestedin supporting MLTnews by advertising on our site, click here for more details. Urban City Coffee Sorelli Pizza Seattle Tae Kw... »

Get Your Spook on at Cinebarre

Get Your Spook on at Cinebarre

For those of you looking for some Halloween fun on a budget or just looking for a good time with the 21 and over crowd, Cinebarre will be a great choice for your Saturday evening. A free pumpkin carving contest will be held at 9pm and is open to the first 10 participants. The pumpkins and carving to... »

Moscoso in support of Civic Campus

Moscoso in support of Civic Campus

You may have recently seen “YES on Mountlake Terrace Proposition 1″ signs popping up around town. The Friends of Luis Moscoso were contacted by the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center to help assemble and distribute signs in support of the Civic Campus levy that is on theNovember2nd ballot... »

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