Port of Seattle workshop on Flight Corridor Safety Program will be Monday


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The Port of Seattle will be holding a workshop on the Sea-Tac Airport Flight Corridor Safety Program on Monday, June 5, from 6 to 8 p.m., at McMicken Heights Elementary School in SeaTac.

Last year, the Port of Seattle Commission called for more community engagement before deciding on the removal and replanting approach for over-height trees on Port properties along South 200th Street.

This will be the fourth public update workshop on this topic.

Child care, food and interpreters will be provided. If you can’t make it, visit the online open house website.

The Port of Seattle’s replanting approach in existing mitigation areas near Sea-Tac Airport provides multiple layers of vegetation and diverse native forest. Click to watch a video about similar expectations for the Flight Corridor Safety Area replanting.

For more information, visit them online beginning June 5 (http://seasafecorridor.infocommunity.org/) to learn the status of the program and share your input.

Port of Seattle Flight Safety Corridor Workshop:

  • WHEN: Monday, June 5, 2017, 6 to 8 p.m.
  • WHERE: McMicken Heights Elementary School, 3708 S. 168th St., SeaTac, WA. map link
  • WHO: Port of Seattle Flight Corridor Safety Program project staff

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