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MLT Civic Center: making sense of it all

MLT Civic Center: making sense of it all

By Nick Fiorillo
March 14, 2013
Filed under The425

Absence of funds, out-of-date facilities and the fact that the city of Mountlake Terrace doesn’t own its city hall are all reasons why Propositon 1 is back on the ballot. The city is again trying to pass Proposition 1 to provide funding for a new Civic Center. The vote will take place early next month. The...

Local artist Cee Lambert specializes in painting portraits of pets

Local artist Cee Lambert specializes in painting portraits of pets

By Sereena Gee
March 13, 2013
Filed under The425

Entering the Mountlake Terrace Library, several rows of bright, furry faces cover the wall. Painted delicately with pastels, local artist Cee Lambert’s artwork brings the scene of the library to life. Each of Lambert’s paintings is unique, and is displayed with the goal of promoting cultural ...

Hansen: ‘not an increase in crime, just a change in how the crime is counted’

By Paxtyn Merten
March 12, 2013
Filed under The425

By scanning the recent Mountlake Terrace 2012 crime report shows a total of 649 crimes, it would seem as if the amount of crime has been gradually rising since 2009 when the total was 564. Mountlake Terrace Police Dept. (MTPD) Commander Doug Hansen said that this is not actually the case. “What y...

Newly opened Splash Nail Bar in MLT hopes to brighten up your day

Newly opened Splash Nail Bar in MLT hopes to brighten up your day

By Paxtyn Merten
February 11, 2013
Filed under The425

In the empty building which was once occupied by Melt Waffle & Frozen Yogurt, a new business by the name of Splash Nail Bar opened on December 15, 2012. The bright, colorful nail bar is no standard nail salon. Splash Nail Bar is unique because its set up is like a bar where they tend to people...

Lake Ballinger Golf Course closes

Lake Ballinger Golf Course closes

By Nick Fiorillo
February 11, 2013
Filed under The425

The closing of Lake Ballinger Golf Course left the city with a 42 acre ‘passive park’ and the MTHS golf team without a home course. MTHS Golf Coach Tom Gorney said he expects it to “hurt the program.” Jan. 7 was a sad day for local golfers when the Mountlake Terrace City Council voted 6-1...

Community Transit changes service, again

Community Transit changes service, again

By Will Khadivi
February 11, 2013
Filed under The425

On Monday, Feb. 18, Community Transit will implement a change to the routing of the only route that directly serves MTHS. Route 112 will now directly serve the Lynnwood Transit Center after almost a year of bypassing it directly and instead serving stops nearby. This change was aimed at making the 112 a more ...

Civic Center proposal going back on the ballot

By Hawkeye Staff
February 10, 2013
Filed under The425

Mountlake Terrace City Council has decided to put the civic center ballot back on ballot. The $25 million bond measure for the construction of the Civic Center will be on the Apr. 23 ballot. The city is continuing its seminars about what the current problems are, and what this bond measure propos...

Second Red Onion opens

By Nick Fiorillo
February 9, 2013
Filed under The425

After fire struck Red Onion Burgers on Oct. 1, it is finally making its comeback. The local burger joint opened up its new restaurant, in a new location. Just a few minutes walk from MTHS, the new location is at 21005 212th St. SW, next to Albertsons. Owners Seaun Richards, a Mountlake Terrace city councilman, and LaRae Richards have been work...

Terrace’s top neighborhood in the holidays

By Gurminder Singh
December 10, 2012
Filed under The425

Right as the day begins to fade away, James Gable flips the switch. The neighborhood ignites and the colors of the holidays shine bright. The neighborhood of 42nd Pl. W. is undoubtedly the best neighborhood in Mountlake Terrace for Christmas and holiday lights. For nine years now they have decorated...

Fire won’t stop the Red Onion

Fire won’t stop the Red Onion

By Sereena Gee
November 7, 2012
Filed under The425

After a kitchen fire on Oct. 1 forced Red Onion Burgers to close, owner Seaun Richards announced that there would be a new location for the popular local restaurant. The announcement was made via Facebook on Oct. 6. Richards said the new location will be in the “strip mall adjacent to Albertsons...

Ratanachat Saelee making a brighter future

Ratanachat Saelee making a brighter future

By Nick Fiorillo
November 7, 2012
Filed under The425

Saelee and her family own and operate one of Mountlake Terrace’s hidden gems, Amorn Thai Cuisine. Named for her father, Amorn, the store is run by Ratanachat Saelee, her mother, father, grandmother, and brother. Together, the five work day and night to support themselves in a country they are still...

Terrace’s Farmers Market says a final goodbye to fans

By Daniil Oliferovskiy
November 6, 2012
Filed under The425

Fans of locally grown fruits and vegetables were saddened at the news of the closure of the Mountlake Terrace Farmers Market. The Mountlake Terrace Business Association (MLTBA) announced in late October that the farmers market would not return in spring of 2013. Mountlake Terrace healthy-envy locals...

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