Are you concerned about airplane noise?

Sunday, June 11, 2017

SeaTac Flight Patterns
Port of Seattle

The group Quiet Skies Puget Sound would like you to tell the Port of Seattle that it needs to work with the community to mitigate noise in the flight corridor.

The Port of Seattle Commission has begun a public process to find a new executive director to lead the organization in its mission to create jobs, stimulate economic development and protect the environment.
Port Commissioners are seeking input from the public, customers and employees about the qualities and experience desired in a new leader. An electronic survey to provide feedback is available until June 23.

Quiet Skies Puget Sound, a group of citizen activists impacted by increasing noise and pollution from Sea-Tac traffic, encourages everyone who would like less noise over our homes to take the survey.

Tell the Port that the number one priority in an executive director is working with the community to mitigate Sea-Tac's impacts on our quality of life.

Quiet Skies Puget Sound says that

In the last two years, air traffic over Shoreline has increased exponentially, resulting in 100 to 150 aircraft overflying our homes, one after another in a narrow "sacrificial corridor", seven days a week / 24 hours a day, resulting in constant noise and pollution, disrupting our sleep, and making it impossible to enjoy having windows open and being outdoors in nice weather.

Take the survey here


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