Former MLT mayor remembered

The Herald recently published a story remembering Dr. Frank Hammer who was the Mountlake Terrace Mayor from 1960-1964:

Frank Hammer was the mayor of Mountlake Terrace from 1960 to 1964, when the town still had dirt roads. He also served on the city council for a decade.

Being a mayor near Seattle was a big deal, Dan Hammer said. They got to sit on the barge at hydroplane races.

Dr. Hammer was elected mayor because he was even-handed, said Phyllis Fiege, who lived in Mountlake Terrace during his term. Her husband, Gene Fiege, served on the city council.
Kristi O’Harran Herald writer

Read the entire story at the Herald.

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