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03-27-1985 Regular Meeting ,..... I AIRPORT AUTHORITY MEETING MINUTES OF MEETING March 27, 1985 A meeting of the Airport Authority was held on March 27, 1985. Those members present were Mr. Robert T. Desch, Mr. David Good, Mr. Ralph E. McDaniel, and Mr. Blaine Price. MINUTES A motion was made by Mr. Desch and seconded by Mr. McDaniel to approve the minutes of the November 28, 1984 Airport Authority Meeting. AGENDA ITEMS ,--.. Financial Report: Balance sheet and statement of revenues and expenses dated March 27, 1985 were reviewed by members. It was noted that the money for the operation of the Airport Authority was received by the City on December 7, 1984. A motion was made by Mr. Desch and seconded by Mr. McDaniel to approve the March 27, 1985 financial statements. Motion passed unanimously. Election of Airport Authority Officers: A motion was made by Mr. McDaniel and seconded by Mr. Desch to re-elect the following officers: Mr. David Good - Chairman Mr. Blaine Price - Secretary/Treasurer Motion passed unanimously. Airport Signs: Mr. Desch spoke with Mayor Brown concerning direction signs for the airport. Five signs will be erected at key locations in Peachtree city. Executive Session: ~ The Authority went into executive session to discuss consultant selection. -- Airport Authority March 27, 1985 Page 2 EXECUTIVE SESSION !"'""I Mr. Good spoke earlier with the FAA concerning whether the meeting should be open or closed to the public. The FAA's opinion was that it did not matter. six consulting firms responded to the Authority's ad. Each member prepared a short list of three firms and delivered it to the City Manager. The Members listed the three firms in order of their personal preference after reviewing the information submitted by each firm. A numerical value was given to the first, second, and third choice of the members. The City Manager computed the totals and gave the Authority the names of the three firms with the largest numerical values. The three firms were interviewed by the Authority on consecutive Wednesdays. The firm of Wilbur Smith and Associates was selected unanimously as the consultant. ~