John Creighton Port of Seattle

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Since 2006, John Creighton, Port of Seattle representative on the Puget Sound Regional Council Transportation Policy Board, has worked hard to ensure that green options remain on the table when looking at transportation solutions. That work paid off in April of 2010, when the board discussed electric vehicles and assisted the state in implementing legislation regarding vehicle infrastructure. This is just one example of the work John Creighton is asked to do as a member of this board.

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John Creighton Port of Seattle John was a business lawyer who practiced law in Washington, D.C

About Commissioner John Creighton :

About Commissioner John Creighton John Creighton was elected to the Seattle Port Commission in 2005 and re-elected in 2009. He served as Port Commission President from 2007-2008, and for the last two years as co-chair of the Commission’s Century Agenda committee. The Century Agenda committee has led the development of the Port’s 25-year plan to help grow 100,000 new port-related jobs for the Puget Sound region.

John Creighton, Seattle Lawyer, Focuses on Disease Eradication :

John Creighton, Seattle Lawyer, Focuses on Disease Eradication According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , there were over 11,000 new tuberculosis cases in the United States in 2009. Thousands more cases crop up in developing countries. In 2003, John Creighton chose to get involved in the fight against these diseases, and he became a member of the Board of Trustees of Seattle BioMed . This non-profit organization is dedicated to global infectious disease research.

As part of the Century Agenda, the commission hopes to: :

As part of the Century Agenda, the commission hopes to: Grow annual seaport container volume and triple air cargo volume Double the number of international flights and destinations Increase workforce training, as well as opportunities for small local businesses Double the economic value of the fishing and maritime industries to the state

Contact:

Contact Address: 6619 132nd Avenue N.E., PMB 182 Kirkland WA 98033 USA

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