Lisa Steckler spoke during Audience Communication on behalf of Kiwanis, describing the Power of Produce booth they ran for children at this year’s Farmer’s Market. Each week explored a different topic, such as appreciation for farmers or the importance of bees. They also did face and body painting on the week’s theme. Steckler went on to describe how the experience had demonstrated the importance of having community spaces to come together, and her support for the continuation of the Farmer’s Market.
Three members of the state Auditor’s office came to describe the two-week site visit they will be doing to take a look at various aspects of the City’s business. Unfortunately, the table they spoke from was poorly mic’ed, the auditors spoke quietly and at a tremendous speed, and the paperwork that had been provided to the council members was not made available to the public. Here’s what I can tell you: We’re going to get the report on their findings at a later meeting, and I will check in to make sure that presentation is clear before that happens.
The first of three study sessions was titled Cable Franchise Transfer of Frontier Communications Corporation to Northwest Fiber, and presented by Scott Snyder, of Ogden Murphy Wallace P.L.L.C.. This is the kind of thing that really got me interested in local government, the nuts and bolts of how life happens around us. In this case, the background of how cable T.V. is delivered in the city. Having said that, there wasn’t a lot of meat to the decision.… Read More “Mill Creek City Council Meeting, 10/8/2019”