“Part 150” Airport Noise Study Workshop Set for Feb. 24th

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The first in a series of public workshops for Sea-Tac Airport’s “Part 150 Noise Study” is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 24th at Mount Rainier High School (locatrd at 22450 19th Ave. South in Des Moines) beginning at 5:15pm.

So if you have something to say about airport noise, this would be the place to air your thoughts and hope that the Port of Seattle hears you.

Doors open at 5pm, with the program beginning at 5:15pm.

Here are the details:

WHAT: Public workshop for Sea-Tac Airport’s “Part 150 Noise Study” program

WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 24th beginning at 5:15pm

WHERE: Mt. Rainier High School, located at 22450 19th Ave South in Des Moines

INFO: From a press release:

The Part 150 Study will look at ways to reduce aircraft noise impacts on communities. Throughout the study, the public is invited to participate in the solution and recommendation process through active engagement in a series of topical workshops.

The February 24th workshop will include a brief presentation followed by facilitator-led, small-group working sessions designed to gather the public’s input on refining the scope for the Part 150 Study. So, please review the meeting agenda and come prepared with ideas.

Visit the dedicated Part 150 Study Website – the single location for all documentation connected to the study.

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2 Responses to ““Part 150” Airport Noise Study Workshop Set for Feb. 24th”
  1. Greg Fox says:

    This is a total waste of time and effort.
    There is more noise now that the third runway is open and in use.
    The transit system creates noise in once quite neighborhoods and is here to stay.
    Nothing can be done to eliminate either of these sources.
    So why have a workshop? To pacify the public and let everyone know that our leaders do really care about the excessive noise and our hearing health?
    What else…

    • I think I’ve noticed that when the weather is terrific, like recently, they change the usual north-to-south direction of landings and takeoffs. That’s when the noise gets really bad where I live – near 3 Tree Point – when the planes go from south-to-north, which is not very often, but when they do it gets very noisy. Anyone else notice this?

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