Tina Orwall is a State Representative For the 33rd District. This letter is in regard to a conversation I had with her re. her proposed legislation to revise RCW 53.54 to help with Port Package Problems. There is a discussion of long-term strategic goals, including a Community Agency to administer relations with the Port. Thank
RCW 53.54.030 Draft Update (5) An individual property may be provided benefits by the port district under each of the programs described in subsections (1) through (4) of this section. However, an individual property may not be provided benefits under any one of these programs more than once, unless the property: (a) is subjected to
This Title of State law describes election procedures. For our purposes, we’re largely concerned with a path towards altering the structure and size of the Port Of Seattle’ Commission. Specifically, we’d like to see a nine-member Commission with District-based elections.
Last update: 09/03/19. Another ‘work in progress’. We’re constantly updating this list. Our Proposals Here is a list of legislation we are actively proposing: Municipal: Airport Communications We feel that the local communities need a full-time professional advocate for aviation issues. The current approach of reacting to each airport expansion in an ad hoc manner
This link provides information on how the Port Of Seattle is structured and, in 53.54, the Noise Abatement section which controls the Avigation Easements. Title 53 is chock full of interesting stuff that we believe are worth study because they explain why the Port is so powerful. But when most airport ‘enthusiasts’ focus about it
State of Washington legislation in support of the original FAA laws on noise mitigation. This gives Port Districts authority to 1. Purchase lands/homes which are deemed to be too noisy to mitigate. 2. Provide a sound insulation program for affected homes.
Purpose. The legislature finds that inadequately controlled noise adversely affects the health, safety and welfare of the people, the value of property, and the quality of the environment. Antinoise measures of the past have not adequately protected against the invasion of these interests by noise. There is a need, therefore, for an expansion of efforts