Archive of: SeaTac

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Tacoma & Seattle ports talking

Port Commissioners from Tacoma and Seattle had their second meeting today discussing ways the two competing transportation hubs might cooperate to bring more shipping traffic to Puget Sound.

June 2014

So. Sound office market not ‘Seattle strong’

South King and Pierce Counties trailing the strong office real estate marketplace, as reported by Kidder Mathews brokerage first quarter summary.

April 2014

From BE: New ‘Auto Row’ along S. Tacoma Way

Auto dealers are rallying to create a new Auto Row along South Tacoma Way, with neighborhood improvements and freeway signage. Read more about it in the new issue of Business Examiner out today.

April 2014

Regional study of ‘Where you’re going’

Puget Sound Regional Council is conducting a travel study to help answer questions about how the region can maintain and improve mobility, accessibility, and connectivity for residents.

April 2014

HopeSparks looking for a new leader

David Duea, president and chief executive officer of Tacoma’s HopeSparks Family Services will be leaving that job this June, ending a 13-year run that has seen the non-profit agency repeatedly recognized for innovation and service.

March 2014

City of SeaTac funded to study light rail

City of SeaTac is planning to help guide redevelopment to increase opportunities for active transportation, recreation and access to healthy food near a future light rail station.

July 2013

Health care change, biz climate on tap

More than 300 small business owners are registered for a Thursday, June 27, all-day session at SeaTac. Business experts from industries throughout the state will speak to Washington's business climate and how health care changes will impact small businesses.

June 2013

Seattle Southside announces Ambassador winners

Seattle Southside Visitor Services, the official tourism department for the cities of Tukwila, SeaTac, Kent and Des Moines, has announced their 2013 Seattle Southside Tourism Ambassador Awards.

May 2013

What do you think about PSE's rate hike?

Electric and natural gas customers of Puget Sound Energy (PSE) are invited to comment on the utility’s proposed multi-year rate plan and electric “decoupling” proposal. Comments are welcomed at a public hearing on May 16 in Olympia.

May 2013

Light rail rolling south from SeaTac a bit

Sound Transit gathered elected officials this morning to celebrate the start of construction of the future Angle Lake Station and 1.6-mile elevated guideway that will extend light rail service from Sea-Tac Airport to South 200th Street in SeaTac.

April 2013
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