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03-07-1990 Regular Meeting AiRPORT AUTHORITY MEETING MINUTES OF MEETING March 7, 1990 A regular meeting of the Airport Authority was held in the Peachtree City Municipal Building at 7:00 PM on March 7, 1990. Those members present were Mr. David Good, Ms. Viki Brigham, Mr. John Dennis, Mr. Mike Amos and Mr. Blaine Price. Mr. Doug Warner, the attorney for the Authority, Mr. Reed Bull, Mr. Steve smith and Mr. Bob Kelly with Wilbur smith & Associates and the City Engineer, Mr. Barry Amos were also in attendance. MINUTES A motion was made by Mr. Dennis, seconded unanimously adopted to approve the minutes of the minutes as presented. by Ms. Brigham and February 7, 1990 WILBUR SMITH & ASSOCIATES ,.-, Construction Progress Update: Wilbur Smith & Associates are granting an extension to Haygood Contractors because of the excessive amount of rain the construction area has received. The extension of March 16, 1990 should enable the compan~ to get back on some ty~e of schedule. Mr. Bull feels the extens10n time allotted w111 not be adequate. There is the possibility of ~ressing for liquidated damages per day for every day the contractor 1S late. A p~y request was submitted invo1ce is for services rendered amount of $16,362.42 and another amount of $28,673.99. for the Authority's ap~roval. from Wilbur smith & Assoc1ates in from Haygood Contractors in The the the A motion was made by Mr. Price, seconded by Mr. Amos and was unanimously adopted to approve the invoices as presented. ASOSjAWAS Status: Leo A Daly, an engineering firm has made an analysis of the site for either an ASOS or an AWAS system. They feel the best location for an ASOSjAWAS system would be on the terminal side by the retention pond. If the National Weather Service locates a site at the airport, they would install an AWAS system themselves. The Authority would then have to hook up to their system. The National Weather Service will require a building of 20 x 20 x 30 feet for balloons that would be released. ,...,. .1 Regular Meeting March 7, 1990 Page 2 WILBUR SMITH & ASSOCIATES continued Proposed Contract Changes: Mr. smith presented Supplemental Agreement #3 for some administrative changes. Because of the excessive amount of rain, there will be an increase in the cost for the resident inspector. Money was saved from the survey and testing of the site. It was requested that a transfer of funds be made from one account to the other to avoid a cost over-run. A motion was made by Ms. unanimously adopted to a~prove account of surveyingjtest1ng to Brigham, seconded by Mr. the transfer of $12,000 the account for residential Amos and from the inspector. Supplemental Agreement #6: Mr. smith stated that agreement #3 with the same Paving & Lighting phase of this agreement was basically the same as type wordage. This agreement is for the the project. A motion was made unanimously adopted to review recommendations by Mr. Price, seconded by Mr. Amos approve Supplemental Agreement #6 subject and approval from FAA and the attorney. and to Terminal Area Master Plan: The Authority scheduled a workshop for March 19, 1990 at 4:00PM to discuss plans for the terminal area and work out recommendations and suggestions that were received. Chairman Good introduced and welcomed Mr. John Boothby, the Director of Economic Development. CSX CONTRACT UPDATE Chairman Good read the letter he received from the contract agreement for relocating the agreement is for a maximum of $21,000, capped within thirty days or interest to be added. AVIATION ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED PROPOSAL CSX Railroad regarding underground cable. The and payment received Mr. Pat Brodrick and Mr. Jim Savage were in attendance with a pro~osal for the Authority. The company would be offering services sim11ar to a consulting firm. The company proposes to assist, coordinate and represent the Airport Authority with whatever the Authority could not attend to themselves. ._-----~---_...._._._---_.~._.,...__._--_...".._~_._-,_..,,,----- -- .~._- ~ _.-.'-~._.. -~ Regular Meeting March 7, 1990 Page 3 AVIATION ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED PROPOSAL continued Ms. Brigham asked about the ~art of the agreement about the insurance, co-insurance and indemn1fication. It was agreed to contact Mr. Joe Byrd, the city and the Authority's Insurance representative Some suggestions on how to utilize this type of service were for coordination of projects, research on noise abatment, presentations to others (Fayette and Coweta County Commissioners), providing maps, produce a rule book, reports on day-to-day operations and providing publici ty. A motion was made by Ms. Brigham, seconded by Mr. Dennis and unanimously adopted to authorize the Chairman and the attorney to enter into negotiations to sign a contract with Aviation Associates, Incorporated for services. n UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS , I l Mr. Mike Amos had Tanks. Amos announced that he, Mr. Doug Warner, and Mr. Barry attended a seminar on how to deal with Underground Storage A request was made of Mr. Mike Amos to members outlining the seminar and what requiring from this point on. dictate a letter to the other state legislation will be EXECUTIVE SESSION Chairman Good recessed the Authority into Executive Session. No action was taken during this time and there being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at "'3 PM. ~ p~~(T~ Cha1rman Attest: fja:L -W~/UL/ ~_...~. -". .'-