A letter from SeaTac Mayor Erin Sitterley expressing concern over the quality and delays in the Commerce Sea-Tac Airport Study which is now delayed from December 1, 2019 to June 1, 2020.
Airport study questioned A letter, lengthily discussed by the Council Tuesday night, was signed by Mayor Erin Sitterley because the Council wants to “express its concerns regarding the process by which the Sea-Tac Airport Study is being conducted under the management” of the state Department of Commerce. Burien and Des Moines have not expressed that
Mr. Idleburg is a Senior Planner at the Washington Department Of Commerce and is overseeing the Sea-Tac Airport Impact Study. This letter is in reference to the public meeting held 6 November, 2019 at Burien City Hall. Hi Mr. Idleburg, I wanted to add to my somewhat discombobulated public comment last night. Frankly, I was
The public is invited to learn about a study of impacts of Sea-Tac Airport on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019 at Burien City Hall. This free, open meeting will run from 7 – 9 p.m. The 2018 Washington State Legislature adopted an operating budget requiring the Department of Commerce to contract for a study of the
Joel Moreno | KOMO News SEA-TAC INT’L AIRPORT, Wash. – A new study from the state Department of Commerce is trying to measure the impacts of SeaTac Airport’s recent growth on neighboring cities ever since the third runway was added nearly 11 years ago. While there has been huge job growth and millions of dollars
The Washington State Department Of Commerce is initiating this Request for Proposal (RFP) to solicit proposals from firms interested in participating in a project to study the current and ongoing effects of the operation of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and report those findings to the Washington State Legislature. The Washington State Legislature formally asked Commerce on
You can find the current draft report here. The Washington State Legislature enacted Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill (ESSB) 6032 during the 2018 regular session. •The Washington State Legislature formally asked Commerce on 3/21/2018 to complete a study that evaluates the current and on-going impacts of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. •Commerce must implement provisions of Sections