Tagged with 'city hall'

SeaTac Council hears parking lot owner say area crime at ‘level of crisis’

SeaTac Council hears parking lot owner say area crime at ‘level of crisis’

By Jack Mayne Crime was listed as a major problem for SeaTac and surrounding cities, the owner of public parking facilities told City Council at Tuesday meeting “Crime in this region has really reached... [Read more]

UPDATE: City Hall, Community Center reopen, while waste collection resumes

UPDATE: City Hall, Community Center reopen, while waste collection resumes

The City of SeaTac released the following update on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019: SeaTac City Hall and Community Center reopened today after a two-day closure to inclement weather. Both facilities will operate... [Read more]

Tuesday night’s City Council meeting cancelled due to inclement weather

Tuesday night’s City Council meeting cancelled due to inclement weather

The City of SeaTac Regular Council Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019, has been cancelled due to inclement weather. The Public Hearing on Interim Regulations will be rescheduled to the Tuesday,... [Read more]

SeaTac City Hall, Community Center & Municipal Court will be closed Monday

SeaTac City Hall, Community Center & Municipal Court will be closed Monday

SeaTac City Manager Carl Cole has decided to close City Hall and the Community Center for Monday, Feb. 11 due to weather. Judge Robert Hamilton also shut down the Municipal Court for the day in order... [Read more]

SeaTac City Hall & Municipal Court closed due to snow

SeaTac City Hall & Municipal Court closed due to snow

SeaTac City Hall and SeaTac Municipal Court will be closed Monday, Feb. 4 due to inclement weather, the city announced. The SeaTac Community Center will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. as a warming shelter... [Read more]

Council told citizens approve of new Councilmember, reject ‘One America’

Council told citizens approve of new Councilmember, reject ‘One America’

By Jack Mayne Normally only a citizen or two speak at the opening of a Council meeting, but on Tuesday (Jan. 22) there were several, defending the recent selection of a person replacing Amina Ahmed and... [Read more]

Anger over potential sale of SeaTac Center spurs ejection of Council protestors

Anger over potential sale of SeaTac Center spurs ejection of Council protestors

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council regular meeting Tuesday (Dec. 11) was disrupted by Somali immigrant opponents of a sale of the SeaTac Center to such a degree that Mayor Erin Sitterley ordered police... [Read more]

SeaTac to have meeting for tenants of international market that city wants to sell

SeaTac to have meeting for tenants of international market that city wants to sell

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council has agreed to set up a meeting with the tenants of the SeaTac Center which the city has put up for sale, and residents have interpreted to mean closure of their mostly... [Read more]

Permit parking implemented by Council, but it hesitates over free street vacation

Permit parking implemented by Council, but it hesitates over free street vacation

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council on Tuesday (May 22) officially started its long studied plan to allow permit parking in neighborhoods overwhelmed with for hire and airport employee parking. But it... [Read more]

SeaTac Council on new sidewalks and state legislation on airport, Firs

SeaTac Council on new sidewalks and state legislation on airport, Firs

By Jack Mayne Whether new sidewalks should be discussed with residents before being made city projects was debated by the SeaTac City Council during its regular session Tuesday night (April 10). While... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council eliminates study sessions; meeting times moved to 6 p.m.

SeaTac City Council eliminates study sessions; meeting times moved to 6 p.m.

By Jack Mayne Unless there is a special reason to do so, there will be no future study sessions each Tuesday night the SeaTac City Council meets, just a “regular” City Council meeting, with the first... [Read more]

National Drug Take Back Event will be at SeaTac City Hall Saturday, Oct. 28

National Drug Take Back Event will be at SeaTac City Hall Saturday, Oct. 28

The City of SeaTac will once again participate in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back event on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017. On that date, the lobby of SeaTac City... [Read more]

School Resource Officer agreement delayed by Mayor’s objections

School Resource Officer agreement delayed by Mayor’s objections

By Jack Mayne Mayor Michael Siefkes expressed reservations over what usually is a routine new agreement with the Highline School District for a school resource officer, suggesting that three-year proposal... [Read more]

Legislature approves airport air quality study, rejects airport impact study

Legislature approves airport air quality study, rejects airport impact study

By Jack Mayne The Washington Legislature has agreed to pay for a study of the air quality around Sea-Tac Airport, but refused to pay for an overall impact study of the fast-growing airport’s effects... [Read more]

Parking structures, Firs’ closure & driverless vehicles engaged by Council

Parking structures, Firs’ closure & driverless vehicles engaged by Council

By Jack Mayne A driverless vehicle pilot plan, along with changes in downtown parking structures and more appeals for help from the soon-to-be evicted residents of the Firs mobile home park dominated the... [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]

Citizen tells Council to fire some staffers or quit because of $18 million judgment

Citizen tells Council to fire some staffers or quit because of $18 million judgment

By Jack Mayne A citizen has told the SeaTac City Council that anyone in city government who had anything to do with issues that led to a civil land use lawsuit that could cost taxpayers over $18 million... [Read more]

National Pharmaceutical Drug Take Back Day will be Saturday, April 30

National Pharmaceutical Drug Take Back Day will be Saturday, April 30

National Pharmaceutical Drug Take Back Day will be on Saturday, April 30, in the SeaTac City Hall Lobby. This event aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council calls special meeting for Friday morning

SeaTac City Council calls special meeting for Friday morning

by Jack Mayne The City of SeaTac issued a notice at mid-morning Thursday (March 24) that they would hold a 20-minute special meeting Friday morning at 10 a.m. in the Council Chambers to “review the performance... [Read more]

SeaTac Council says budget okay this year but needs work for next biennium

SeaTac Council says budget okay this year but needs work for next biennium

by Jack Mayne The Tuesday night SeaTac City Council study session and regular meeting took over five hours, with discussions about but no resolution of a perceived but not critical multi-million dollar... [Read more]