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A Sincere Thank You!

Thank you to all that voted for me in this election.  I will not let you down!


Michael Siefkes

Election Results

A link to the results: Election Results

They are updated at 4:30 each day until all of the ballots are counted.

Current City Council seeking LESS citizen input and oversight.

Michael Siefkes for SeaTac City Council Position #5

It is time to shake the dust off the old website and announce that I am running for the SeaTac City Council.  Over the next few weeks I will explain why I am running and why those currently serving on the City Council are not doing a good job.

I look forward to working with […]

It’s Alive!

After a long hiatus, the site is going to start ramping up again.  I will start by posting my recommendations as to the initiatives and candidates coming up for a vote on Tuesday.  From there we will go with Mia’s hidden secret and the cover-up (courtesy of Tony Anderson.)  We will also cover the contents […]

The Strategy of the Desperate

I was called last week by two people in connection with Mia-gate.  Each of them explained that they had been asked to attend tomorrows City Council Meeting and decry the Public Records Request for Councilmember Gregerson’s e-mails.  Both said they were supportive of my request and simply wanted to let me know of […]

No Graceful Exit

I sat through the city council meeting tonight.  I had hoped that Council member Gregerson would do the right thing and resign with her dignity intact.

She did not.


Time to return some calls and file a FOIA request.


It is time . . . Ms. Gregerson needs to resign.

Over the last few weeks I have thought carefully about what my personal goals are for the City of SeaTac and this blog.  I care deeply about the city and have no wish to air the city’s or the city council’s dirty laundry unless it serves as a vehicle to better the city.

Because of […]

The Big Story is about to hit.

I received a call yesterday from a Seattle television station (yes, a station that begins it’s call letters with a ‘K’) about the as-yet-unreported Mia Gregerson story.  The Highline Times is also aware of the story.

I am filing the Public Records Disclosure Request today about it also.

You deserve to know and will know […]

Gregerson, the Highline Times and Slick Tony’s Sideshow

The following is my response to the Highline Times and is posted here and after the article.  It is linked here.

On March 31, the e-mails were exchanged between Councilmember Gregerson and Mr. Leonard Luna.  I was informed of the e-mails and, after talking to several people, found that the Councilmember […]