Tagged with 'letter to the editor'

LETTER: ‘Shouldn’t workers be talking with Menzies & other Alaska contractors?’

LETTER: ‘Shouldn’t workers be talking with Menzies & other Alaska contractors?’

Shouldn’t the workers be talking with Menzies and other Alaska contractors? From my information these jobs were contracted out in response to labor negotiations in 2005. The Alaska average pay was... [Read more]

LETTER: ‘How is it helpful to criticize businesses in our own community?’

LETTER: ‘How is it helpful to criticize businesses in our own community?’

Dear Editor, I read with concern an Opinion article published in the August 21, 2012 Seattle Times by fellow SeaTac City Council member Mia Gregerson, “Alaska Airlines should hire contractors that pay... [Read more]

LETTER: Some Thoughts on Public Records Requests & the City Council

LETTER: Some Thoughts on Public Records Requests & the City Council

Dear SeaTac City Council, I just watched the video of the last Council meeting (07/24/12) and of note were Council Member Gregerson’s comments on Public Records Requests (PRR’s). Posting the cost of... [Read more]

LETTER: Regarding ICLEI – ‘I really wish this were a crackpot conspiracy theory’

LETTER: Regarding ICLEI – ‘I really wish this were a crackpot conspiracy theory’

Dear Editor – It appears those who wish to “control” rather than “sustain” are duping us. You cannot talk about ICLEI without learning about UN Agenda 21. I heard of UN Agenda... [Read more]

LETTER: SeaTac City Council Has a ‘Pattern of Keeping Citizens in the Dark…’

LETTER: SeaTac City Council Has a ‘Pattern of Keeping Citizens in the Dark…’

In a not too surprising move the SeaTac City Council voted 4-3 to shield Citizens from hearing about $5K to $35,000 spending authorizations and raising it to $50K in the Council Meeting on April 10. The... [Read more]

LETTER: ‘Let’s Talk about Arsenic and Lead in Soils…’

LETTER: ‘Let’s Talk about Arsenic and Lead in Soils…’

Dear SeaTac City Council, Lets talk about arsenic and lead in soils given the wonderful presentation by the Department of Ecology (DOE) at the SeaTac Council Meeting 02/28/12 and how this most likely will... [Read more]

LETTER: ‘In SeaTac Free Speech … Is Feared’

LETTER: ‘In SeaTac Free Speech … Is Feared’

Hello Everyone, In last night’s SeaTac Council meeting Agenda Bill #3400 (restricting the public’s input) passed with some modifications partially restoring Public comment during meetings. With... [Read more]