READ: Mariner community helping shape community campus project

The Mariner Sno-Isle Library first opened in February 2017 and has since served more than 100,000 people.

Sno-Isle said it identified an “underserved need” before the opening of the Mariner library, and with the help of Sen. Marko Liias (D-Mukilteo), started the conversation for a community campus project to help better serve the needs of the Mariner community.

During the 2018 Legislative session, Liias secured $322,000 in funding to kick-start the project, which launched last October.

Many local agencies, including the Mukilteo School District, United Way Snohomish County, and Community Transit, are on board to help with the project, which aims to find land in the Mariner area for a community gathering facility with different programs.

Read the full article in the Mukilteo Beacon

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