RESOLUTION NO. 3617 

 

A RESOLUTION

 

of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle 
declaring surplus and no longer needed for Port 
District purposes nine parcels of Port-owned real 
property located in SeaTac, Washington, including 
a 0.64 acre detention pond site; a 0.02 acre remnant 
off South 188

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 Street; a 0.24 acre parcel at 1205 

South 196

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 Street; four noncontiguous parcels (0.68 

acres, 18.76 acres, 3.24 acres and 1.13 acres) in 
vicinity of Tyee Golf Course at 18

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 Avenue South 

and South 200

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 Street; and two noncontiguous 

parcels (0.08 acres, 0.45 acres) in area bounded by 
24

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 Avenue South, South 202

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 Street and South 

204

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 Street (“Property”) and authorizing the CEO 

to execute all documents necessary to transfer the 
Property to Washington State Department of 
Transportation (“WSDOT”) in exchange for 
WSDOT property and enter into airspace leases 
needed for current 

and future projects related to 

construction of the Rental Car Facility, 
improvements to the Northern Airport Expressway, 
maintenance and operation of the Third Runway 
approach lighting system, and construction of a 
bridge to the “L”-shaped parcel that would support 
future development of that land in support of airport 
cargo and operations

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WHEREAS,

 the voters of King County, pursuant to the provisions of enabling 

legislation adopted by the Legislature of the State of Washington, Chapter 92, Laws of 

1911, RCW 53.04.010, authorized and approved at a special election held in King County 

on the 5th day of September 1911, the formation of a Port District coextensive with King 

County to be known as the Port of Seattle; and 

 

 

WHEREAS,

 the Port of Seattle was thereupon established as a port district and 

has since been and now is a duly authorized and acting port district of the State of 

Washington and operator of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (“Airport”); and 

 

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