Tagged with 'finances'

SeaTac Council approves biennial budget with no increase in city taxes

SeaTac Council approves biennial budget with no increase in city taxes

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council unanimously approved the 2019-2020 biennial budget of $220.9 million with an estimated ending fund balance in 2020 of $78.3 million, which retains the city’s current... [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 Comcast customers to receive refunds

SeaTac Comcast customers to receive refunds

On Tuesday (Dec. 20), Comcast provided information to the City of SeaTac about the amount of utility taxes that they had over-collected from local customers, and agreed to refund the amounts as one-time... [Read more]

SeaTac’s city budget is in a ‘very positive’ situation

SeaTac’s city budget is in a ‘very positive’ situation

By Jack Mayne When the new SeaTac City Council took over in January there were fears that the unexpected repeal of a utility tax by the previous Council would cause budget shortfalls – but that is not... [Read more]

City of SeaTac Wins Distinguished Accounting Award for 19th Year

City of SeaTac Wins Distinguished Accounting Award for 19th Year

The City of SeaTac announced Wednesday (June 20) that it has been awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Accounting for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR) for 2010... [Read more]