Electroimpact signs over lot to Boys & Girls Club

May 08, 2019
Courtesy of: Peter Zieve The parking lot Electroimpact donated use of to the Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club.

Electroimpact owner Peter Zieve has given another big donation to the Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club.

Last week, Zieve signed papers to give the club the exclusive use of one of his company’s parking lots outside of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

The lot is where the club’s groundbreaking ceremony was held in 2018, and is right next to the new club’s play fields where soccer and baseball games will be held.

Zieve was very happy to contribute more to the club.

“We don't use this lot very much so it is a win-win,” he said. “The term of the agreement is 5 years and it is renewable, presumably in perpetuity.”

Zieve had previously donated $200,000 to the club’s construction.

Boys & Girls Club of Snohomish County Executive Director Bill Tsoukalas was pleased with Electroimpact’s donation.

“Electroimpact willingly agreed to work with us on ball field parking to satisfy city requirements so we could use the fields,” Tsoukalas said. “We faced rising construction costs and the shared parking agreement allowed us to eliminate 101 parking spaces, saving us money and creating more space for fields.

“Without Electroimpact's support we would not be able to utilize the new fields as currently constructed without adding back parking required by the city.”

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