The Rev. Jan Bolerjack (right, light blue shirt) of the Riverton Park United Methodist Church right next to SeaTac Airport, working in the food bank at her church. Bolerjack is very supportive of the effort to approve the referendum that would set a $15-an-hour minimum wage for the workers at SeaTac airport. Bolerjack says many of the "poor" workers who use the food bank have jobs at the airport.
Here Rev. Bolerjack talks with Russian immigrant Ismat Abdiyv, 49 (left), who used to work at the airport.
A referendum to raise the wages for workers at SeaTac airport to at least $15 an hour will be on the ballot in SeaTac this November.