Tagged with 'ecology'

SeaTac Spring Recycling Collection Event will be Saturday, April 22

SeaTac Spring Recycling Collection Event will be Saturday, April 22

The 2017 SeaTac Spring Special Recycling Collection Event will be on Saturday, April 22, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Tyee Educational Campus. NO commercial loads. NO yard debris. Free confidential material... [Read more]

Neighbors Without Borders 10th annual Earth Day Park Clean-up is April 22

Neighbors Without Borders 10th annual Earth Day Park Clean-up is April 22

The Neighbors Without Borders Action Committee’s (NWOBAC) 10th Annual Earth Day North SeaTac Park Clean-up Day will be Saturday, April 22, 2017, from 9 a.m. to Noon, and Volunteers are needed. April... [Read more]

City of SeaTac challenges Port on lack of environmental review of tree cutting plan

City of SeaTac challenges Port on lack of environmental review of tree cutting plan

By Jack Mayne The City of SeaTac has told the Port of Seattle it objects to its plan to cut down 2,750 trees in the flight paths of the airport because of its failure to conduct a full environmental review... [Read more]

The City of SeaTac holding several events in recognition of Earth Week

The City of SeaTac holding several events in recognition of Earth Week

The City of SeaTac will hold several coordinated events in recognition of Earth Week the week of April 18: WHAT: Arbor Day Event WHERE: North SeaTac Park, Des Moines Memorial Drive & S. 136th St. WHEN:... [Read more]

Fall Recycle Collection Event will be at Tyee Parking Lot on Saturday, Oct. 3

Fall Recycle Collection Event will be at Tyee Parking Lot on Saturday, Oct. 3

A Fall Recycle Collection Event will be held from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 3 at the Tyee Educational Complex Parking Lot, located at 4424 S. 188th Street. Yard Debris is NOT accepted. Recycle... [Read more]

City of SeaTac seeking public input on new ‘Pea Patch Garden Site’

City of SeaTac seeking public input on new ‘Pea Patch Garden Site’

The City of SeaTac is inviting residents to provide input in the ‘Pea Patch Garden Site Selection Survey.’ The City defines a “Pea Patch” garden as “any land gardened by a group... [Read more]

Volunteers needed: Community Salmon Investigation for Highline; starts Oct. 1

Volunteers needed: Community Salmon Investigation for Highline; starts Oct. 1

Volunteers are needed to help with the annual Community Salmon Investigation for Highline (aka “CSI: Highline”), which starts Oct. 1. “We are looking for adventurous volunteers to... [Read more]

City holding ‘Get Your Green On Event’ at Community Center on Wed., Aug. 12

City holding ‘Get Your Green On Event’ at Community Center on Wed., Aug. 12

The City of SeaTac will be holding a ‘Get Your Green On Event’ at the Community Center (13735 24th Avenue S.) on Wednesday, Aug. 12, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Bring your family to see how... [Read more]

Council scolded over its reaction to trash, homelessness at North SeaTac Park

Council scolded over its reaction to trash, homelessness at North SeaTac Park

SeaTac resident Janice Taylor speaks to Councilmembers with her Combat Boots on the podium. by Jack Mayne Several SeaTac residents lashed out at the City Council Tuesday night (May 12), saying they were... [Read more]

‘Compassionate’ ejection of squatters at North SeaTac Park as cleanup begins

‘Compassionate’ ejection of squatters at North SeaTac Park as cleanup begins

Photos above courtesy Pam Fernald by Jack Mayne SeaTac City Manager Todd Cutts says the city has “trespassed” people living in North SeaTac Park after a storm of publicity over garbage, drug... [Read more]