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The FAA furloughs kicked in on Sunday despite a lawsuit filed by two airline trade associations and the Airline Pilots Association, and it already causing frustration for those trying to fly the friendly skies.
Some analysts estimate that the MinneapolisSt. Paul International Airport won see much of an effect, but several travelers told FOX 9 News they are bracing themselves.
Federal officials say they have no choice but to furlough all 47,000 FAA employees, including 15,000 air traffic controllers, if they are going to cut more than $600 million from the agency budget by the end of September as required by the sequester cuts. That means each employee will lose a day of work every other week.
As one might expect, fewer air traffic controllers means planes have to take off and land less often, and the furloughs could result in flight delays or cancellations for a third of passengers.
When the furloughs began on Sunday morning, Delta Airlines put the following statement on their website to voice their disappointment:
On behalf of our customers and employees, Delta is disappointed that furloughs of Federal Aviation Administration personnel will result in delays and cancellations across the national air transportation system. The FAA has advised Delta that furloughdriven delays are most likely to occur at the following 10 airports:New YorkJFKChicago O Chicago MidwayLos Angeles LAX
Since so many major hubs are likely to feel the impact of the furloughs, travelers in the Twin Cities are expected to feel the ripple effects. AAA recommends getting to the airport earlier than normal and remember to pack your patience.
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Cherry Parkes CP University of Washington Tacoma
Built 18901898 / Renovated 2003Many of the large brick buildings in this district were designed by prominent architects and built by craftsmen. The Cherry Parkes Building, named for the company that manufactured decorative castiron ornamental facades, features arched windows, fine brick and ornamental ironwork a quintessential example of railroad blocks of the era.Cherry Parkes combines three buildings originally built for jobber, or wholesale trade.Reese, Crandall Redman, a leading wholesale grocer in the Pacific Northwest, built the southern structure in 189091, but the company went out of business during the devastating depression of the mid1890s. A series of wholesale businesses used the building, until 1915, when Younglove Grocery expanded its business into the building and occupied it until 1935. Among the companies that later used the building was European Antiques, which opened here in 1978.In the middle structure, built in 1890, John Campbell Company imported and sold coffee, tea and spices. Operating as the Anchor Coffee and Spice Mill in a fireproof room, the company ground 1,500 pounds of coffee, made 2,000 pounds of baking powder, and produced 600 cans and 500 bottles of spices and extracts a day. In 1899 the company moved to another plant.The Wiegel Candy Company, built in 1904, is now the northern part of the Cherry Parkes Building. The firm made and sold candy here until 1937. The building was later used by other candy companies, as a warehouse for Sears Roebuck, and finally as storage for a plumbing company and for a tire company that was located at the bottom of what is now the Snoqualmie Hillclimb.The primary architect on the renovation for the university was McGranahan Architects of Tacoma. BOLA Architects of Seattle was the associated architect firm.