Long Term Management

Over the past four years SeatacNoise.Info has done two fairly in-depth analyses. First, concerning the relation between Sea-Tac Airport and the surrounding communities going back to 1959 (before the building of what is now the ‘first runway’), and second looking at the current state of community relations at the top 20 U.S. airports (by average

CFR Title 14 Part 161 NOTICE AND APPROVAL OF AIRPORT NOISE AND ACCESS RESTRICTIONS

Title 14: Aeronautics and Space PART 161—NOTICE AND APPROVAL OF AIRPORT NOISE AND ACCESS RESTRICTIONS Contents Subpart A—General Provisions §161.1   Purpose. §161.3   Applicability. §161.5   Definitions. §161.7   Limitations. §161.9   Designation of noise description methods. §161.11   Identification of land uses in airport noise study area. Subpart B—Agreements §161.101   Scope. §161.103   Notice of the proposed restriction. §161.105   Requirements for new entrants. §161.107   Implementation of the restriction. §161.109   Notice of

Towards A New Normal

When I first spoke publicly on the problems of Sea-Tac Airport four years ago, I was not coy. I said, “Roll it back.” And by that I meant, reducing the number of daily operations back to 2012 levels. I was told that only an act of God could make such a thing possible. Who knew,

Congressman Smith Reintroduces the Aviation Impacted Communities Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Adam Smith (D-WA) reintroduced the Aviation Impacted Communities Act today, which will help communities better address noise and other environmental impacts stemming from nearby airports. Communities across the nation continue to experience an increased and disproportionate share of noise and other environmental impacts stemming from commercial aviation. The Aviation Impacted Communities

HB1847

H-1107.1 HOUSE BILL 1847 State of Washington 66th Legislature 2019 Regular Session By Representatives Pellicciotti, Orwall, Gregerson, Reeves, and Santos Read first time 02/01/19. Referred to Committee on Local Government. AN ACT Relating to aircraft noise abatement; and amending RCW 53.54.010, 53.54.020, and 53.54.030. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: