Hi there. If you visited the site today, you noticed some GARBAGE. That’s just me (finally) trying to fix some aspects of the search system. It’s hopefully better now. And by ‘better’ I mean the search results, not just that there isn’t a bunch of garbage on the pages. Like I say all the time:
Mr. Thompson is a member of the StART Committee for Normandy Park and a candidate for City Council in that town. This letter is in regard to a failed Resolution #944 voted on at their City Council Meeting 09/10/2019. Hi Earnest, Again, I’m sorry that I was unable to make the Normandy Park City Council
Dear Congressman, As I wrote you on 24 March re. ANCA, I want to thank you for all your help for airport communities. I now have the following comments ahead of your August 27 Meeting with our communities. Representation I am very concerned about the definition and structure of ‘community’ and who will be designated
Tina Orwall is a State Representative For the 33rd District. This letter is in regard to a Stakeholders Meeting she convened at Kent City Hall on August 15, 2019. Dear Tina, I wanted to share my thoughts on your Stakeholders Meeting last week. The Politics My objection to your support of my opponent is exactly
The purpose of this explainer is is sort of a handy one-pager for candidates for a seat on the Port Commission. In the past two elections I’ve met with numerous candidates to discuss what the Port Commission might be able to do to help airport communities address the negative impacts from Sea-Tac Airport. The answer.
Mr. Felleman is a Commissioner of The Port Of Seattle. This letter is in response to a recent addition to the Port’s SAMP Near-Term Projects List, which was part of the Unanimous Consent Agenda (3c) Port Special Meeting in Kirkland, WA on 23 July 2019. Dear Commissioner, Thank you for adding in an update to
You might call the current situation for residents in certain neighborhoods around Sea-Tac Airport a ‘Perfect Storm’. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? First, there is the fact that in 2012 Delta Airlines made Sea-Tac their main hub along with Alaska Air. So that made Sea-Tac home base forput two very large airlines. And starting in 2012,
The Port is a very misunderstood institution. Understanding its structure and its mission are keys to any successful strategy to reduce noise and pollution at Sea-Tac.
Mr. Westneat is a columnist and reporter for the Seattle Times focusing on local issues. Hi Danny, Read your Sunday column on Climate Change and Jay Inslee. Great stuff as always. I recently met Jay Inslee at a Port Of Seattle convention on Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF)–a substitute for the aviation kerosene now used which
If you’re trying to get some relief from all the flights, you probably will have some questions like, “Who do I blame?” And it gets confusing because there are three entities that share responsibility for everything that goes on at Sea-Tac Airport: the FAA, The Port Of Seattle, and the airlines. The Operator: Property Manager