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Posted on: March 24, 2021

Marysville hires new Community Development Director

Haylie Miller

A new Community Development Director is coming to the City of Marysville. Haylie Miller’s first day on the job will be Monday, March 29. 

Miller comes to Marysville from the City of Ferndale, where she was Community Development Director since 2019. She held increasingly responsible positions there since she started with the city in 2013. Before coming to Ferndale, she worked for land use consulting and engineering firms. 

“Marysville is a fast-growing city with many exciting opportunities as well as some challenges related to economic development, housing and land use,” Mayor Jon Nehring said. “I’m delighted to welcome Haylie to this important position on our city leadership team.” 

Miller earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Planning and Policy from Western Washington University and is a graduate of Marysville Pilchuck High School. Born and raised on the Tulalip Reservation, Miller said she is “excited to become a public servant for my hometown.” 

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