By Jack Mayne The Port of Seattle is asking the Burien City Council to vacate all the streets in the part of the Northeast Redevelopment Area that it plans to develop. The property is bordered by South 138th Street to the north, 8th Avenue South to the west, and Des Moines Memorial Drive South to the east and south: The area was residential when it was bought 20 years ago for the third runway noise containment. Port spokesman Perry Cooper said the streets were not bought at the time. The plan (download PDF file here) â€“ jointly created byÂ the city and the Port â€“ is to vacate the present three subdivisions to create a parcel of sufficient size to accommodate a future commercial and airport related use. â€œThis completes that property so the entire area can be developed,â€ Cooper said. â€œThis brings everything together.â€ The Port is working with Burien to develop this area into a mix of airport-compatible uses. The Burien Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Council chambers. The formal action item for this will be on the Port of Seattle Commission agenda for Sept. 13.]]>
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