King County Sheriff’s Office Most Wanted

June 22-King County Sheriff’s Office Most Wanted is Wayne L. Rattler. Rattler has a felony warrant for Vehicular Assault/ Felony Hit and Run. The court has set bail at $25,000.00. On January 20, 2019, around 7:55 PM, near S 176/ Military RD S in SeaTac the victim driver and his mother along with a backseatContinue reading “King County Sheriff’s Office Most Wanted”

Fireworks Safety in a Pandemic

June 26-Every year in the U.S., about 9,000 people are injured using fireworks at home, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Most of these injuries take place around the July Fourth holiday. This year, as we have been dealing with the COVID 19 pandemic most public fireworks displays have been cancelled. IfContinue reading “Fireworks Safety in a Pandemic”

June is LGBTQ Month

June 23-At the Regular Council meeting, Mayor Erin Sitterley issued a proclamation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Pride Month for the City of SeaTac.  The Mayor proclaimed June 2020 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Pride Month; and encouraged all community residents to fight discrimination and prejudice wherever it exists and toContinue reading “June is LGBTQ Month”

Sheriff’s Office Reforms Policy, Seeks Approval from Eight Can’t Wait

June 19-The King County Sheriff’s Office is always evaluating our current policies and looking for ways to evolve and improve. After the tragic and troubling death of George Floyd on May 25th in Minneapolis, Sheriff Mitzi G. Johanknecht ordered a further review of our Use of Force policies to look for opportunities to clarify orContinue reading “Sheriff’s Office Reforms Policy, Seeks Approval from Eight Can’t Wait”

Puget Sound Fire Weekly Incident Summary for June 14-20

June 23-Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority Weekly Incident Summary for June 14-20, 2020.           EMS/Rescue:                              440 False Call :                                   43 Fire:                                              12 Good Intent:                                  42 Haz Condition:                                8 Other:                                             3 Service:                                        19 Total: 567 Annual Total Year-to-Date:              13,065 The South King County Fire Training Consortium (SKCFTC) is proud to announce the graduation of the Firefighter TrainingContinue reading “Puget Sound Fire Weekly Incident Summary for June 14-20”

Preschool Grads Receive Special Ceremony

June 19-On Thursday, June 18, the SeaTac’s ABC…123 Preschool held its annual graduation for those students moving on to Kindergarten next fall.  Teacher Nina Zacharias has stayed in touch with the families over the last few months and wanted the students to be celebrated for their accomplishments.   Of course, a traditional graduation was not possible. Continue reading “Preschool Grads Receive Special Ceremony”

Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority Weekly Incident Summary for June 6-13, 2020

June 19- Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority Weekly Incident Summary for June 6-13, 2020. EMS/Rescue:                               391 False Call:                                    29 Fire:                                              15 Good Intent:                                 46 Haz Condition:                             8 Other:                                           3 Service:                                        14 Total: 506 Annual Total Year-to-Date:       12498 This week is National Firefighter Safety Stand Down week. The King County Fire Chiefs Association issued a statement. The organization alsoContinue reading “Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority Weekly Incident Summary for June 6-13, 2020”

New Project Activity Web Map for June 19

June 19-SeaTac’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has worked collaboratively with the Public Works Department to create a new interactive Project Activity Web Map. This shiny new web portal allows you to not only see the public project being constructed but it also allows you to interact with the map. All of these projects are beingContinue reading “New Project Activity Web Map for June 19”

City Council Chooses Stanley Tombs as New Councilmember

June 17-During a Special Council Meeting tonight, the SeaTac City Council appointed Stanley Tombs, Jr. to fill vacant Council Position # 2 and complete the current unexpired term. The appointment took place after the Council reviewed seven applicants who previously applied and interviewed for a vacant council position in October of 2018. In June, CouncilmemberContinue reading “City Council Chooses Stanley Tombs as New Councilmember”

City Council to Choose New Councilmember

June 15—The SeaTac City Council will be choosing a new councilmember to fill the Position #2 seat vacated by former Councilmember Joel Wachtel. The Council will be holding a Virtual Special Council Meeting on Wednesday, June 17 at 5 PM to discuss the issue. The City Council will recess into an executive session to reviewContinue reading “City Council to Choose New Councilmember”