Tagged with 'King County'

City of SeaTac expresses ‘strong concerns’ over Dow Constantine’s proposal

City of SeaTac expresses ‘strong concerns’ over Dow Constantine’s proposal

On Tuesday, May 29, the City of SeaTac sent a letter to King County Executive Dow Constantine, expressing “strong concerns and displeasure over your proposed ordinance to reallocate funding from... [Read more]

SeaTac property taxes increase over 18 percent for 2018

SeaTac property taxes increase over 18 percent for 2018

By Jack Mayne SeaTac property taxes are going up slightly more than 18 percent this year but the King County Assessor says not to blame the SeaTac city government – blame the Washington Legislature for... [Read more]

Deadline for South King County Small Grant Applications extended

Deadline for South King County Small Grant Applications extended

The deadline for a small grant application for minor capital improvements or programs to encourage bicycling, walking, or transit use in South King County has been extended to Jan. 31, 2017.  Eligible... [Read more]

County names 5 SeaTac companies as ‘Best’ for waste prevention & recycling

County names 5 SeaTac companies as ‘Best’ for waste prevention & recycling

King County’s Solid Waste Division announced that 112 local companies have been named to the 2016  Tenth Annual “Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling” list, including 5 businesses/offices... [Read more]

Mia Gregerson announces she’ll seek seat in State House of Representatives

Mia Gregerson announces she’ll seek seat in State House of Representatives

SeaTac Deputy Mayor Mia Gregerson announced Thursday (Sept. 12) that she will be seeking an appointment to the Washington House of Representatives. If State Rep. Dave Upthegrove (D – Des Moines)... [Read more]

9 Businesses Named ‘Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention/Recycling’

9 Businesses Named ‘Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention/Recycling’

Nine SeaTac businesses are on the list of King County’s Solid Waste Division’s 92 organizations in its sixth annual “Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling” list. The 2012 list... [Read more]

SeaTac Police Services to Stay Stable, says Chief Jim Graddon

SeaTac Police Services to Stay Stable, says Chief Jim Graddon

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon by Jack Mayne Changes in the way the King County Sheriff’s office deploys its men and women around the county will have no effect on the way the SeaTac Police operate,... [Read more]

There’s a New Sheriff in King County, and His Name is Steve Strachan

There’s a New Sheriff in King County, and His Name is Steve Strachan

On Monday (April 2), the King County Council appointed Steve Strachan as the new King County Sheriff, succeeding Sue Rahr, who left March 31 to become director of the Washington State Criminal Justice... [Read more]

Councilmember Pam Fernald Appointed To Joint Recommendations Committee

Councilmember Pam Fernald Appointed To Joint Recommendations Committee

The City of SeaTac announced Tuesday (Feb. 7) that Councilmember Pam Fernald has been named to the King County Joint Recommendations Committee (JRC), an inter-jurisdictional body that provides specific... [Read more]