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image by Peter Ansoff, 15 September 2006
The Seatac flag is a white field, with a yellow rope-edged horizontal blue oval with a darker blue oval in the center, which in turn bears an emblem (an airplane taking off before a mountain?) In the outer blue oval is written CITY OF SEATAC.
"Seatac" (it seems to be one word on the image) was (is) the name of the Seattle-Tacoma airport, but the flag certainly says "City of" on it!
Al Kirsch, 15 September 2006
The city is located about halfway between Seattle and Tacoma and is next to (or surrounding) Sea-Tac Airport (I think the airport was first). Mail is delivered to "Seattle, WA". At www.ci.seatac.wa.us/ they spell the name with an internal capital.
Dean McGee, 15 September 2006