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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]

Arbor Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 25 at Angle Lake Park

Arbor Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 25 at Angle Lake Park

All are invited for an Arbor Day tree planting event at Angle Lake Park, 19408 International Blvd., SeaTac. For additional information please contact Parks Operations Manager Mike Fitzpatrick at 206.973.4781. WHAT:... [Read more]

State auditor finds SeaTac error that city blamed on ‘shortage of staff’

State auditor finds SeaTac error that city blamed on ‘shortage of staff’

By Jack Mayne The Washington state auditor has found that the City of SeaTac did not have adequate internal controls in 2016 to be certain that funds were accurately reported, identified and transferred... [Read more]

SeaTac Council approves pioneering locked mailbox program, food trucks

SeaTac Council approves pioneering locked mailbox program, food trucks

By Jack Mayne First in the nation, the SeaTac City Council approved on March 27 an ordinance intended to reduce and eventually eliminate mailbox theft in the city by encouraging residents to replace non-locking... [Read more]

Deadline extended for 2018 Spring Community Leadership Academy

Deadline extended for 2018 Spring Community Leadership Academy

Registration for the 2018 Spring Community Leadership Academy has been extended through March 26. Apply online, or print and return your application by March 26: http://www.ci.seatac.wa.us/how-do-i/apply-for/community-leadership-... [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]

City Council will hold Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, March 28

City Council will hold Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, March 28

The SeaTac City Council will hold a Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, March 28, from 6 – 8 p.m. at the SeaTac Community Center located at 13735 24th Avenue S. (map below). Attendees are invited to ask... [Read more]

SeaTac Community Leadership Academy will run April 2 through May 21

SeaTac Community Leadership Academy will run April 2 through May 21

The City of SeaTac is presenting the third annual Community Leadership Academy this spring to broaden and enhance community involvement while sharing information about how city government operates. We... [Read more]

SeaTac Council hears cost and plans for new residential parking permit plan

SeaTac Council hears cost and plans for new residential parking permit plan

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council study session Tuesday night (Feb. 27) got a first look at a potential plan to buy $570,000 in electronic parking equipment needed because of increased new businesses... [Read more]

Happy 28th Birthday SeaTac!

Happy 28th Birthday SeaTac!

Today – Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 – is the City of SeaTac’s 28th Birthday! Originally, the spelling of the new city was going to be Sea-Tac with a hyphen, but because of a typo it instead became... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council wants study on possible additional airport

SeaTac City Council wants study on possible additional airport

By Jack Mayne While it did not appear preplanned, SeaTac City Manager Joe Scorcio said the city is pushing for study of possible new regional airport locations because of the regions’ growth at the... [Read more]

Council Committee unanimously agrees not to support ‘strong mayor’ proposal

Council Committee unanimously agrees not to support ‘strong mayor’ proposal

A SeaTac City Council committee on Wednesday (Jan. 31) unanimously agreed not to support a move by Councilmember Rick Forschler put a measure for a full time ‘strong’ mayor on the ballot. The... [Read more]

Meeting to consider ‘Strong Mayor’ will be Wed., Jan. 31; plus, take our Poll

Meeting to consider ‘Strong Mayor’ will be Wed., Jan. 31; plus, take our Poll

The City’s Administration and Finance Committee will hold a Special Meeting this coming Wednesday, Jan. 31 to consider a ballot measure for “a vote of the people to change the form of government... [Read more]

Mayor says SeaTac is a ‘very strong city,’ and a ‘better place to live’

Mayor says SeaTac is a ‘very strong city,’ and a ‘better place to live’

By Jack Mayne Mayor Michael Siefkes said SeaTac is not the financial basket-case the Council displaced two years ago thought it was, and it now has a budget surplus and nearly a half billion dollars in... [Read more]

Siefkes reelected SeaTac mayor, Sitterley replaces Fernald as deputy mayor

Siefkes reelected SeaTac mayor, Sitterley replaces Fernald as deputy mayor

By Jack Mayne At its first meeting of 2018, the SeaTac City Council started a new biennium with its own reorganization and welcoming two new members. Mayor Michael Siefkes was reelected in a voice vote,... [Read more]

Tuesday night will be the (new) SeaTac City Council’s first meeting of the year 

Tuesday night will be the (new) SeaTac City Council’s first meeting of the year 

This Tuesday evening (Jan. 9), the SeaTac City Council meeting at 7 p.m. will include the traditional swearing-in of two new Councilmembers (Joel Wachtel and Clyde Hill) as well as reelected (Pam Fernald)... [Read more]

Newly Elected & Re-Elected Councilmembers get sworn in to Council

Newly Elected & Re-Elected Councilmembers get sworn in to Council

On Friday, Dec. 22, current Councilmember Pam Fernald and Councilmember-elects Joel Wachtel and Clyde Hill were officially sworn in and signed their Oath’s of Office in a ceremony conducted by SeaTac... [Read more]

Council, Port of Seattle each approve a new 10-year Interlocal Agreement

Council, Port of Seattle each approve a new 10-year Interlocal Agreement

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council on Tuesday (Dec. 12) approved a somewhat contentious and long-debated new 10-year Interlocal Agreement that should bring at least $30 million into city coffers. Councilmembers... [Read more]

SeaTac Police Chief Mulligan leaves to join top command staff of new Sheriff

SeaTac Police Chief Mulligan leaves to join top command staff of new Sheriff

By Jack Mayne SeaTac Police Chief Lisa Mulligan was given the key to SeaTac at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting because she is leaving the city to join the top command staff of new King County Sheriff... [Read more]

SeaTac Council approves budget update; told it has $13 million ‘rainy day fund’

SeaTac Council approves budget update; told it has $13 million ‘rainy day fund’

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council was told at Tuesday night’s regular meeting that it had a 2018 “rainy day fund” of “approximately $13 million,” and the money is a hedge against future... [Read more]