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SeaTac Tree Lighting & Festive Fun will be Thursday, Dec. 7 at Community Center

SeaTac Tree Lighting & Festive Fun will be Thursday, Dec. 7 at Community Center

SeaTac’s annual’s Tree Lighting and Festive Fun event will be held on Thursday, Dec. 7, starting at 5 p.m. at the SeaTac Community Center. Here’s the schedule: Holiday Crafts for Kids... [Read more]

City told it can expect financial aid, support from airport with pending agreement

City told it can expect financial aid, support from airport with pending agreement

By Jack Mayne Deciding what the city of SeaTac and the Port of Seattle can and should do for the next 10 years will depend upon whether the two governments agree onto a new pending interlocal agreement... [Read more]

Port of Seattle & City reach proposed new 10-year ‘Interlocal’ agreement

Port of Seattle & City reach proposed new 10-year ‘Interlocal’ agreement

By Jack Mayne After weeks of discussion, haggling and worry over the continuing and growing effects of the increasing impacts of Sea-Tac Airport on the thousands of SeaTac city residents who live next... [Read more]

ELECTION RESULTS: First round favors challengers Wachtel, Hill

ELECTION RESULTS: First round favors challengers Wachtel, Hill

The first round of results for Tuesday’s (Nov. 7) General Election have been released, and the early tallies for SeaTac City Council shows that challengers Joel Wachtel and Clyd (Fuzz) Hill are leading: City... [Read more]

LETTER: City Council Candidate shares responses to recent questionnaire

LETTER: City Council Candidate shares responses to recent questionnaire

[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:] Dear Editor, Rather than let another... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council considers joining Burien on Miller Creek stream project

SeaTac City Council considers joining Burien on Miller Creek stream project

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council has tentatively decided to join with the City of Burien and the Port of Seattle in a Miller Creek stream realignment and daylighting project, necessitated by the poor... [Read more]

LETTER: Joel Wachtel responds to opponent’s claims made at chamber event

LETTER: Joel Wachtel responds to opponent’s claims made at chamber event

[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:] On September 27, 2017, I had the pleasure... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council approves $13 million legal settlement with K & S

SeaTac City Council approves $13 million legal settlement with K & S

By Jack Mayne A last minute settlement that will cost SeaTac taxpayers $4 million and insurance carriers about $18 million was approved on a 5 to 2 vote at the SeaTac City Council meeting Tuesday night... [Read more]

Community meeting on Valley Ridge Park sportfield renovations is Oct. 23

Community meeting on Valley Ridge Park sportfield renovations is Oct. 23

A community meeting to discuss the Valley Ridge Park sportfield renovations will held on Monday, Oct. 23, from 6–7:30 p.m. Topics on the agenda include replacing the existing synthetic turf on fields... [Read more]

Search for SeaTac’s next City Manager begins; public asked to take survey

Search for SeaTac’s next City Manager begins; public asked to take survey

The SeaTac City Council is beginning the search for its next City Manager – to replace Joe Scorcio upon his retirement in mid 2018 – and they’re seeking the public’s thoughts through an... [Read more]

POLL: Should SeaTac continue its Red Light Traffic camera program?

POLL: Should SeaTac continue its Red Light Traffic camera program?

There is some controversy brewing in SeaTac over Red Light Cameras, and we’d like to take our Readers collective pulse on this issue – please take a moment to vote in our Poll below: Do... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council considers new company to monitor red light violators

SeaTac City Council considers new company to monitor red light violators

By Jack Mayne Chief of Police Lisa Mulligan asked the SeaTac City Council to approve an agreement with American Traffic Solutions to replace Redflex in operating red light cameras during a three year... [Read more]

Council hears reasoning for approved group home; school resource pact passed

Council hears reasoning for approved group home; school resource pact passed

By Jack Mayne SeaTac resident Vicki Lockwood said she attended a meeting at the House of Mercy, a drug and alcohol recovery facility located near the YMCA and Highline schools, and “the more I heard,... [Read more]

Homeowner shoots, kills burglary suspect in SeaTac

Homeowner shoots, kills burglary suspect in SeaTac

Just after 11 a.m. on Thursday (Sept. 14), SeaTac Police received a call of a burglary at a residence in the 17600 block of 38th Ave S. (map below), along with shots being fired. When deputies arrived,... [Read more]

PHOTOS: ‘Touch-A-Truck’ please kids both small and big in SeaTac

PHOTOS: ‘Touch-A-Truck’ please kids both small and big in SeaTac

Story & Photos by Pam Fernald The weather was perfect on Saturday, Sept. 9, and SeaTac’s ‘Touch-A-Truck’ event was well attended by the community. This ‘kid’ enjoyed it! There... [Read more]

The Cactus Speaks: Let’s talk about the SeaTac Primary Election

The Cactus Speaks: Let’s talk about the SeaTac Primary Election

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This column by Earl Gipson is a view of SeaTac city government. It does not necessarily reflect the views of The SeaTac Blog nor its staff. We are always seeking additional regular... [Read more]

It’ll be Campbell vs. Wachtel, Hill vs. Pollock & Fernald in Nov. 7 election

It’ll be Campbell vs. Wachtel, Hill vs. Pollock & Fernald in Nov. 7 election

On Tuesday (Aug. 15), King County Elections released its final, certified election results for the Aug. 1 Primary Election, so now we know the finalists for the SeaTac City Council in the General Election. The... [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]

ELECTION RESULTS 3: Looks like it’ll be Campbell vs. Wachtel; Hill vs. Pollock

ELECTION RESULTS 3: Looks like it’ll be Campbell vs. Wachtel; Hill vs. Pollock

The third round of results for Tuesday’s (Aug. 1) Primary Election were released at 4:02 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 3, and with 18.87% of the votes counted, standings for the SeaTac City Council race... [Read more]

ELECTION RESULTS 2: It’s still Campbell vs. Wachtel; Hill vs. Pollock

ELECTION RESULTS 2: It’s still Campbell vs. Wachtel; Hill vs. Pollock

The second round of results for Tuesday’s (Aug. 1) Primary Election have been released, and with 17.83% of the votes counted, standings for the SeaTac City Council race remain the same. The top two... [Read more]