P.O. Box 1209 
Seattle, Washington 98111 
The Port of Seattle Commission met in a special meeting Thursday, January 6, 2022. The meeting
was held remotely in accordance with the Governor's 'Safe Start' order and Proclamation 20-28. 
Commissioners Calkins, Cho, Felleman, Hasegawa, and Mohamed were present. 
1.    CALL to ORDER 
Pursuant to RCW 42.30 and Article IV, Section 8, of the commission bylaws, the meeting convened
at 1 p.m., and immediately recessed into Executive Session to discuss one matter relating to
litigation/potential litigation/legal risk, per RCW 42.30.110(1)(i), for approximately 30 minutes. The
special meeting reconvened in public session at 2 p.m. 
Seattle Port Commissioners Ryan Calkins, Sam Cho, Fred Felleman, Toshiko Hasegawa, 
and Hamdi Mohamed. 
Executive Director Metruck, Executive Leadership Team, and Staff 
Commission Chief of Staff Aaron Pritchard 
Goals & Objectives 
Welcoming New Commissioners 
Developing a Shared Vision for 2022 
Discussion of Commission and Board Assignments for 2022 
Members of the Commission received welcoming remarks from Commission President Calkins and
spent time discussing Commissioners' statements of vision and top three goals/areas of focus for
Executive Director Metruck then shared his vision and areas of focus for 2022 at the Port and
discussion ensued regarding how Commissioner priorities line up with existing work and areas of
focus at the Port. 
The remainder of the retreat was spent discussing committee assignments and workplan overviews;
the budget process; travel and conferences; and commission office work schedules and virtual

Digital recordings of the meeting proceedings and meeting materials are available online  www.portseattle.org.

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There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 5:30 p.m. 

Prepared:                                      Attest: 
Michelle M. Hart, Commission Clerk              Toshiko Hasegawa, Commission Secretary 
Minutes approved: January 25, 2022. 

Minutes of November 17, 2020, submitted for review on December 3, 2020, and proposed for approval on December 8, 2020. 
Minutes of October 27, 2020, submitted for review on November 5, 2020, and proposed for approval on November 10, 2020.

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