The Citizens Against Sea-Tac Expansion (C.A.S.E.) is holding their monthly “Sea-Tac Expansion” Meeting on Wednesday, May 6th from 7pm to 9pm at the ERAC offices, located at 15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW (see map below).

The focus this week will be on complaints by residents over the third runway, the potential class-action lawsuit against the Port of Seattle, noise meter usage as well as a possible GPS landing system solution.

Here are the details:

WHAT: CASE Monthly “Sea-Tac Expansion” Meeting

WHERE: ERAC (Highline District Adminstration Office), located at 15675 Ambaum Blvd. S.W., Burien.

WHEN: Wednesday May 6th, from 7pm to 9pm

INFO: “You, your friends and neighbors are invited to attend our April monthly CASE meeting.

CASE President Brett Fish will conduct the meeting and will recognize our elected leaders attending and introduce the speakers. Our meeting will still focus not only on the complaints of residents of broken promises of 3rd runway operations causing noise, toxic fumes and loss of property values, but also the potential class-action lawsuit to recover damages.

Brett, Stuart Creighton and other long time experts others attending will be available to discuss concerns. Residents are encouraged to voice their complaints and anger resulting from the 3rd runway operations. The port of Seattle has been invited to attend the meeting and be available for questions.

A retired engineer, Jack Wimpress, will speak to us on the use of a GPS landing system which would eliminate the need for a 3rd runway operation. Stuart Jenner and Mike Jacobi will report on the current status on the RCAA/CASE noise meter calibration and the planned usage making our own measurements of the noise resulting from operations of the 3rd runway.

If you have questions or need directions, call 206-824-6589.

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