Front Porch: Terrace’s big plan

Terrace’s big planThe city of Mountlake Terrace is in the process of updating its comprehensive plan for adoption by June. Every 10 years, the city is required by state law to do a major update, and public participation is important and welcome.

Work sessions by the City Council and Planning Commission to discuss the draft update to each chapter began in 2014. The next Planning Commission and City Council work session meetings are scheduled for next Monday and Wednesday, respectively, and additional meetings are planned.

For more information, go to www.cityofmlt.com/majorupdate, or call 425-744-6207.

Garden club scholarship: Applications are now available for the Mukilteo Way Garden Club Horticulture Scholarship. Anyone interested in horticulture, landscaping or landscape design is eligible for the $1,000 scholarship to be used for horticulture classes at Edmonds Community College during the 2015-16 academic year. Current Edmonds Community College students, high school students and adult learners are all eligible. Applications and details are available at www.mwgc.org or by written request to Mukilteo Way Garden Club, PO Box 1361, Mukilteo, WA 98275. Applications must be submitted by May 31.

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