Quiet Skies Puget Sound to hold Community Forum April 26 at Mt. Rainier
The Des Moines Chapter of the National Quiet Skies Coalition will hold a Community Forum on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. at Mt. Rainier High School. This free and open meeting will discuss new fight paths over the City and related noise, the status of NextGen flight procedures, and the overall impacts of Sea-Tac Airport operations on human health and the environment. The group will provide a comprehensive half-hour overview presentation titled “Fight the Flight 101: everything you ever wanted to know about why those jets are flying low, new routes over our cities,” followed by several expert speakers to be ...
City Manager’s Report: Landslide stabilized, owner coordinating with city
By Mark Hoppen On the morning of March 16, the City of Normandy Park was notified that there had been significant slope movement and erosion of the road at 10th Place SW (map below). The slope is continuing to move, and with heavy rain in the forecast for the next couple of days, there is the potential for further damage to the road and utilities in the area and to property. The slope is entirely on private property and the road is a private one. Consequently, the city is not in a position to stabilize the slope or fix the road. The city ...
Seattle Southside Chamber announces new partnership with South King Media
This week, the Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce announced that it is forming a new media and marketing partnership with South King Media, publisher of six award-winning local news websites, including The Normandy Park and B-Town (Burien) Blogs. “South King Media have been dedicated members of our Chamber since 2008, and we’re happy to announce our new partnership,” Andrea H. Reay, CEO/President of the Chamber of Commerce, said. In addition to The B-Town Blog, South King Media publishes local blogs for Des Moines, Normandy Park, SeaTac, Tukwila and White Center. Their combined readership for 2016 exceeded 107,000 Sessions per month, delivering over 275,000 ...
City warns of recent increase in Coyote sightings in Normandy Park, offers tips
The City of Normandy Park is warning residents about increased sightings of Coyotes in the city recently. "After last year’s influx of rodents, a larger than normal population of coyotes is local evidence," the city said. What can you do about them? Officials recommend that residents follow advice from the Washington Fish and Wildlife webpage at http://wdfw.wa.gov/living/coyotes.html#problems. Some tips from the state include: Don’t leave small children unattended where coyotes are frequently seen or heard. If there are coyote sightings in your area, prepare your children for a possible encounter. Explain the reasons why coyotes live there (habitat/food source/ species adaptability) and what ...
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