SeaTac Names Cindy Baker As Community & Economic Development Director
The City of SeaTac has named Cindy Baker as its new Community & Economic Development (CED) Director.
“Cindy brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience from the Cities of Auburn and Woodinville, as well as King and Kitsap Counties,” the city said in their announcement.
The position was created in order to direct the new CED department, which has the objective of streamlining the City’s permitting process.
The new department will include five divisions:
- Economic Development
- Engineering Development Review
- Building Services
- Permit Center
According to the city’s website page on Economic Development:
Businesses and investors considering a site in SeaTac can be assured of a business-friendly local government that offers the personal touch of a smaller city. Currently, the City of SeaTac is home to over 900 licensed businesses, nearly 80 of which are “Fortune 1000” companies. These entities employ nearly 40,000 employees* in the City of SeaTac and generate total local sales of approximately $3.7 billion.