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Appeal hearing on Firs Mobile Home Park relocation plan extended

Appeal hearing on Firs Mobile Home Park relocation plan extended

After a pre-hearing conference conducted by the Hearing Examiner, the attorneys representing the owner of the Firs Mobile Home Park and the City have mutually agreed to a continuance of the administrative... [Read more]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ‘SeaTac 2016 – the council’s year in review!’

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ‘SeaTac 2016 – the council’s year in review!’

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a Reader. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The SeaTac Blog nor its staff:] SeaTac 2016 – The council’s year... [Read more]

Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce seeking nominations for biz awards

Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce seeking nominations for biz awards

The Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce announced on Monday the return of their annual Business Awards and Recognition Luncheon, and that nominations are now open. “Now is the time to thank... [Read more]

King County Solid Waste disposal fees will increase starting Jan. 1

King County Solid Waste disposal fees will increase starting Jan. 1

The King County Solid Waste Division is reminding residents that an increase in disposal fees will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2017. “This County’s increase will help cover rising costs and... [Read more]

CONSTRUCTION ALERT: Intersection work at Military Road & S. 200th

CONSTRUCTION ALERT: Intersection work at Military Road & S. 200th

Construction work by WSDOT is continuing on the Southbound I-5 interchange at Military Road South and South 200th Street. This work will widen and realign the intersection and install new traffic signals... [Read more]

SeaTac’s Valley View Library re-opens this Saturday

SeaTac’s Valley View Library re-opens this Saturday

After an interior refreshment, featuring more public computers, new shelving, and updated technology and fixtures, SeaTac’s Valley View Library re-opens this Saturday, Dec. 17 at 10 a.m. More info... [Read more]

Donate non-perishable food, get up to 15% OFF at Burien’s Kush21 Pot Shop!

Donate non-perishable food, get up to 15% OFF at Burien’s Kush21 Pot Shop!

Burien’s first legal pot shop – Kush 21 – is holding a Food Drive through the end of December, and you can save 1% off per purchase with each donated canned or boxed item, and save up to... [Read more]

At last meeting of year, SeaTac Council considers employee ethics, year in review

At last meeting of year, SeaTac Council considers employee ethics, year in review

By Jack Mayne The final 2016 meeting of the SeaTac City Council Tuesday night (Dec. 13) wrestled over whether a city ordinance is needed to govern city staff ethics or whether it should be decided by... [Read more]

JACK MAYNE EDITORIAL: ‘Sanctuary City’ label will change absolutely nothing

JACK MAYNE EDITORIAL: ‘Sanctuary City’ label will change absolutely nothing

Commentary by Senior Writer Jack Mayne (click “Play” button to hear audio version:) http://b-townblog.com/wp-content/images/Editorial%2012.9.16.mp3 The proposal to make Burien a so-called ‘sanctuary... [Read more]

PODCAST: Woman killed by DUI driver; Jack Mayne on sanctuary cities & more…

PODCAST: Woman killed by DUI driver; Jack Mayne on sanctuary cities & more…

Here’s episode #78 of our SoKing News Podcast Weekly Recap, which is sponsored by a generous grant from J-Lab’s Encore Media Entrepreneurs program, supported with funding from the Ethics... [Read more]