PORT OF SEATTLE 

 

MEMORANDUM

 

COMMISSION AGENDA 

Item No. 

6d 

 

Date of Meeting 

June 9, 2009 

 
 
DATE: 

June 3, 2009

 

 

TO:

     

The Port of Seattle Commission 

 

FROM:

  

James R. Schone, Director, Aviation Business Development 

 

 

W. Allan Royal, Manager, Port Real Estate Development 

 

 

 

SUBJECT:

 

Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution declaring surplus nine parcels of 
Port-owned real property needed by Washington State Department of 
Transportation (WSDOT) for future SR509 expansion to Interstate 5 and 
authorizing transfer of said parcels to WSDOT in exchange for WSDOT 
Properties and certain airspace leases needed for current and future Aviation 
projects. 

 

REQUESTED ACTION:

   

 

 

1) Second Reading and Final Passage of 

Resolution No. 3617, 

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

th

 

Street; a 0.24 acre parcel at 1205 South 196

th

 Street; four noncontiguous parcels (0.68 acres, 

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

th

 Avenue 

South and South 200

th

 Street; and two noncontiguous parcels (0.08 acres, 0.45 acres) in an area 

bounded by 24

th

 Avenue South, South 202

nd

 Street and South 204

th

 Street, (all parcels hereafter 

referred to as “Property”) and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer (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 North 
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.

  

 

2) 

Authorize the CEO

 

to enter into a long-term ground lease 

for a total of 6.16 acres in the 

vicinity of Tyee Valley Golf Course. 
 

 
 
 
 

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