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Normandy Park city council
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Justifications for a third runway are all over the map
STUART CREIGHTON AND SHAY SCHUAL-BERKE
...Stuart Creighton is chairman of the Airport Communities Coalition and a member of the Normandy Park City Council.
Truth in Aviation, Newsletter of the Reg. Comm. on Airport Affairs, Aug. 1996 --Public HTML 2.0
Stu Creighton (Normandy Park) replied, "I object to the Port of Seattle's actions forcing us to this position.
I object to King County not doing enough to support us.
He added, to vigorous applause from the audience, that "we are united.
We are here to fight this as long as it takes."
In addition to Mayor Jhaveri, local officials present when the filing was announced were Burien City Council members Kitty Milne, Kevin James, and Shirley Basarab; Des Moines City Council members Bob Schackler and Bruce Roberts, together with City Manager Bob Olander; John Rankin, Mayor of Normandy Park, and council members Stu Creighton, Kathleen Vermire, and Claire Drosdick, accompanied by city manager Merlin Olson; Tukwila council member Pam Carter and city administrator John McFarland; and council member Phil Watkins, from Federal Way.
The Puget Sound County steering committee includes Peter Townsend, past president of Aircraft Noise Group and Federal Way civic leader; Stu Creighton, past president of RCAA and presently a member of the Normandy Park city council.
Regional Commission on Airport Affairs Homepage
Stu Creighton (Normandy Park), President
Sea-Tac: Cost of third runway could top $1 billion
Stuart Creighton, chairman of the Airport Communities Coalition, which is fighting the new runway, said, "It's nothing new to us."
"We've been saying for years that this runway would cost in excess of a billion dollars," he
The Port and Ecology Department are asking the Supreme Court to rule that the board did not have the authority to review the permit and impose conditions, Creighton
"We like the conditions and we're saying we agree with the state that the Pollution Control Hearings Board ... decision is valid," he
A hearing on the lawsuit is expected this fall.
The second lawsuit is in federal court and is scheduled for a hearing in late July.Opponents appealed permits issued by the Army Corps of Engineers, arguing the agency did not follow federal regulations in issuing a wetlands permit for the runway.
The port says it needs a new 8,500-foot runway to handle traffic at Sea-Tac, particularly during bad weather.
said studies show the airport has less than 1 percent traffic delays.
Runway costs exceed $342,000,000
Stuart Creighton, a member of the executive committee of the Airport Communities Coalition, said "These numbers are shocking, but not surprising.