FAA approves Sea-Tac Airport’s Part 150 Noise Study

The Port of Seattle announced on Tuesday (June 24) that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved Sea-Tac Airport’s Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study.

The study is designed to identify significant existing and future noise impacts within areas surrounding the airport and recommend actions to address those impacts.

A copy of the FAA’s Record of Approval, which includes summaries of the study’s noise mitigation measures, is available on the Part 150 Study website. Further information regarding condominium insulation is expected soon from the FAA.

Port staff will now begin work on developing a Part 150 Study prioritization plan for the Port of Seattle Commission’s consideration.

Sea-Tac Airport is known for having one of the most comprehensive noise reduction programs in the nation and the approval of the study will help the port to further minimize the impact of airport noise on its neighboring communities.


One Response to “FAA approves Sea-Tac Airport’s Part 150 Noise Study”
  1. Dan Decker says:

    Fishy, very fishy. Management and Councilmember children have first choice in the Summer Job Program, what is that called when family gets first choice and best choice.

    Who hired all that nepotism why it was their family. That’s why its called nepotism. There are more deserving than the children of the council and management.

    Then again your police department is full of suspected pimps, drug dealers and thieves
    And don’t forget the Brady Cops. Its good there are a few clean cops. Who are they is the question. Are they protecting the dirt.

    Things look right on line with the nepotism. All’s well in SeaTac, so management said to me.

    It appears the special group is what it is. It is said the more family in a work area the less chance of a lay-off. It also appears the $15 an hour does not apply to SeaTac Government. They are paying less than $15 to their Summer staff.

    Hope yaw don’t mind a little truth SeaTac Government.