Front Porch: Mukilteo mayor speech planned

Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson has scheduled her 2015 State of the City address at 10 a.m. Saturday at Mukilteo City Hall, 11930 Cyrus Way. In addition to setting goals for the year, the mayor will discuss her vision for a sustainable, well-run city with safe, strong neighborhoods.

Crime prevention help in Mukilteo

The Mukilteo Police Department now is offering $10 “clubs” meant to deter car thieves. The clubs are available at the station, 10500 47th Place W, for cash or check. Gun locks are available, too.

Officer Colt Davis shared some additional crime news in the Block Watch newsletter.

Most car prowls in the city involve unlocked vehicles, he wrote. In addition, there were 107 burglaries in the city in 2014. One trend involved thieves breaking into detached garages and unlocked garages.

Mukilteo police are looking for people who want to start Block Watch groups.

More info: 425-263-8100, crimeprevention@ci.mukilteo.wa.us.

Blood drive set for Wednesday

The Puget Sound Blood Center and the family of Gavin Mayes are hosting a blood drive Wednesday in honor the 5-year-old Monroe boy who has been fighting leukemia.

Gavin has had 16 transfusions and his family wants to return the gesture helping gather blood donations to help others.

The blood drive is set for noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday at Cascade Community Church, 14377 167th Ave. SE, in Monroe. Appointments can be made online at PSBC.org or by calling 1-800-398-7888.

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