Posts categorized under Kaycie Saxton, Author at Powerlines

Seattle City (spot)Light: Ronda Strauch

Ronda Strauch joined City Light in July 2018 as part of the Environment, Land and Licensing business unit. As a climate scientist, she works on climate change research and adaption. “My goal is to better understand climate change, how it affects City Light’s business, and what strategic things can we… [ Keep reading ]

City Light Relocates Transmission Towers Along Boulder River

In December 2015, an emergency bank protection project at Boulder River, just east of Oso, Washington, revealed a need to relocate two of Seattle City Light’s lattice transmission towers. Natural river channel migration to the west caused erosion that threatened the structural stability of the towers. Several staff members at City… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Jackie Smith

Business Unit Administrator Jackie Smith talks about her travels, dancing and plans for retirement.

Seattle City (spot)Light: Melissa Skelton

Melissa Skelton has been at City Light for three and a half years. She initially served as a Legal Affairs Advisor on a small team in the General Manager’s Office, but now works in Regulatory Affairs as a strategic advisor. “I love my job. I’m in the right place at… [ Keep reading ]