LETTER: ‘Are council priorities getting a Dick’s and rescuing baby squirrels?’
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On Feb 19th, I emailed the SeaTac City Council, Joe Scorcio and Lance Lyttle with POS (see attached email) As of today, I have heard nothing from the SeaTac City Council or Joe Scorcio.
Also on Feb 19, The Cactus Speaks: posted on The SeaTac Blog ‘Surprise! Seatac Councilmembers make how much? (so now I’m questioning the amount).
So, it seems their priorities are getting a Dick’s restaurant, rescuing baby squirrels, and having driverless vehicles.
I mean, who really wants to deal with 250+ homes that have families, small children, the elderly living in them, planes flying 850ft-950ft over their houses, inhaling jet fumes and unable to get sleep because there are cargo planes landing EVERY MINUTE on the 3rd runway at midnight and the house is rattling and shaking?
So the only thing I could think of is:
I will have to invite…. The Seatac City Council and Joe Scorcio to the Quiet Skies Puget Sound Community Forum-Fight the Flight 101: that will be held at Mt. Rainier High School (go RAMS lol) April 26, 2017 6:30pm-8pm as a post on The SeaTac Blog since there is more communication from council on here than the city email.
I would also like a response on the email I sent in February and what are they going to do.
So now that the baby squirrels are safe….. how about rescuing the hundreds of people living under the south end of the runways…
- Jen Scaman
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