Tagged with 'garbage'

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]

WEATHER UPDATE: Tuesday update on SeaTac closures, garbage, roads & more

WEATHER UPDATE: Tuesday update on SeaTac closures, garbage, roads & more

SeaTac City Hall, Community Center and Municipal Court are closed today – Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019 – due to inclement weather. Monitor the City of SeaTac website for the latest information on City facility... [Read more]

No Recology CleanScapes pickups today due to road conditions

No Recology CleanScapes pickups today due to road conditions

Recology CleanScapes announced that there will be no collections on Monday, Feb. 11, due to unsafe road conditions. “We will get to all impacted customers as quickly and as safely as possible. Thank... [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]

Homeless encampments, discarded drug trash causes SeaTac Council dispute

Homeless encampments, discarded drug trash causes SeaTac Council dispute

In the south end of North SeaTac Park, near one of the last bogs around – Tub Lake – are several homeless encampments and a tremendous amount of garbage. by Jack Mayne When SeaTac Councilmember Pam... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council approves 7-year contract with CleanScapes

SeaTac City Council approves 7-year contract with CleanScapes

Tuesday night (Oct. 8), the SeaTac City Council unanimously approved a seven-year contract with CleanScapes for garbage, recycling and compost/yard waste services beginning June 1, 2014. The contract... [Read more]

The Cactus Speaks: Council Kicks Can Down the Road

The Cactus Speaks: Council Kicks Can Down the Road

[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 seeking additional regular columnists... [Read more]