City of SeaTac holding Town Hall meeting this Saturday at Bow Lake School

The City of SeaTac will be holding a Town Hall Meeting this Saturday, June 6, from 1 – 2:30 p.m. at Bow Lake Elementary School.

Here’s more from a flier:

Attendees at the meeting will have the opportunity to write questions for the SeaTac City Council on notecards. If time limits the number of questions the Council can respond to, the public may choose to receive a return phone call from a Councilmember after the meeting. If there is a need for interpreter services, please contact the City at (206)973-4800 by May 29th, and the City will attempt to accommodate your request.

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WHEN: Saturday, June 6, 1:00–2:30pm

WHERE: Bow Lake Elementary School, 18237 42nd Avenue S. SeaTac, WA 98188

INFO: For more information please contact the City at (206) 973-4800.


3 Responses to “City of SeaTac holding Town Hall meeting this Saturday at Bow Lake School”
  1. Earl Gipson says:

    So the Council Members will be able to pick and chose which questions they answer in Public from the notecards. This is very convenient for the Council. Not so much for the Citizens. I guess we could just raise our hands but they would only call on their supporters. Where were the town hall meetings during the non-election years? Perhaps we could have avoided the North SeaTac Park cleanup fiasco.

    I say ask your questions, notecard or not. Lets see if they can actually handle leadership. You already know my opinion.

  2. chuck darielli says:

    I know my question never got asked