Tagged with 'lawsuit'
[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]
by Jack Mayne A King County Superior Court jury has ruled that the City of SeaTac must pay nearly $10 million to developer Gerald S. Kingen for stalling and attempting to take over property near the Tukwila... [Read more]
by Jack Mayne The sudden and surprising proposal by the SeaTac City Council to impose a 6 percent utility tax on a variety of public utility district serving city customers is illegal under Washington... [Read more]
by Jack Mayne With the $15 minimum wage already law in SeaTac and recently in Seattle, the first of what promises to be many lawsuits was filed in Seattle federal court on Thursday (June 12). There are... [Read more]
by Jack Mayne The City of SeaTac has been sued for using illegal and improper processes to wrest control of property near the airport Sound Transit terminal. The suit was filed on Dec. 21, 2012 by K&S... [Read more]
by Jack Mayne Former SeaTac Director of the Community and Economic Development Cynthia Baker is suing SeaTac City Manager Todd Cutts as well as all seven members of the City Council to get her old job... [Read more]
Lawyer Darrell Cochran answers questions during an April 2009 community meeting. On Monday (April 9), a King County judge denied class action status for over 300 homeowners who sued the Port of Seattle... [Read more]