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07-11-1990 Regular Meeting ,..., ~ . , t +" AIRPORT AUTHORITY MEETING MINUTES OF MEETING July 11, 1990 The regular meeting of the Airport Authority was held in the Peachtree City Public Service Buildin~ at 7:00- PM on July 11, 1990. Those members present were Mr. DaVld Good, Ms. Viki Brigham, Mr. John Dennis, Mr. Blaine Price and Mr. Mike Amos. Mr. Doug Warner the Authority's Attorney, Mr. Steve Smith and Mr. Reed Bull with Wilbur Smith & Associates, Mr. Barry Amos the City Engineer, and Mr. Jim Savage with Aviation Associates were also in attendance. ,....., .jW ADDITION OF AGENDA ITEMS Chairman Good asked if there were any additional agenda items. After a brief discussion, a motion was made by Mr. John Dennis and seconded by Ms. Viki Brigham to add State Grant Request Update and an invoice from McGinn Webb and Warner to the Agenda. The motion carried unanimously. MINUTES '^ I The minutes of the meeting of June 7, 1990 were reviewed. There were several corrections noted. A motion was made by Viki Brigham, seconded by Mike Amos and was unanimously adopted to approve the minutes with the corrections as specified. The minutes of the meeting of June 13, 1990 were reviewed. A motion was made by David Good, seconded by Blaine Price and was unanimously adopted to approve the minutes. WILBUR SMITH & ASSOCIATES Mr. Reed Bull presented a request for reimbursement to submit to the FAA. A meeting had been held to discuss quantities. There were 8 days of liquidated damages @ $524.00 Mr. Bull requested that the Authority check with Wilbur Smith on the status of the punch list items prior to making payment to Haygood. A motion was made my Mr. Blaine Price and seconded by Mr. John Dennis and was unanimously adopted to approve submission of the invoice. Mr. Bull presented Invoice #2 for reimbursement from the FAA for the paving project. A prepaving conference was held on July 11, 1990. The paving of the new runway will begin August 1, 1990. Mr. Bob Kelly stated that the contractor began slow installing base material. Chairman Good requested that W. E. Pruitt be notified they could work seven days a week as agreed upon in their contract. Mr. Bull said he would forward that request to the contractor. Regular Meeting July 11, 1990 Page 2 WILBUR SMITH & ASSOCIATES (Continued) A motion was made by Mr. Blaine Price and seconded by Mr. John Dennis and was unanimously adopted to approve the invoice from W.E. Pruitt. Chairman Good asked what signifies the close out of a project and if the 02 project was closed. Mr. Bull stated that the FAA makes final payment to close out a project and that the final payment has been made on the 02 project. Mr. Bull would like to close out the 03 project; however, items outstanding: P.C.D.C. planting trees for $8,000; to bury their lines. Mr. Bull will check on the CSX line there are two and CSX needs status. ~ AVIATION ASSOCIATES. INC. Mr. Jim Savage was in attendance to present the Authority his monthly report. The underground storage tank removal is awaiting response to assure that EPA/EPD requirements are being met. Mr. Savage issued a press release on June 5, 1990 announcing the start of Phase 4 of the Airport Improvement Plan. A press release was issued on June 20, 1990 announcing the terminal design competition. The new UNICOM frequency is still in the process. Field Aircraft Atlanta is still waiting on the Unicorn license be transferred from Aerospec. Once this is accomplished, Field Aircraft Atlanta will request a change in Unicorn frequency to 123.05 MHZ. A new identifier for Falcon Field is not feasible. PTC is already assigned to Port Alice, Alaska and FFD is assigned to an airport in England. This is almost impossible to change. No further action will be taken as per the Authority instructions. A letter will be sent out announcing Mr. Gingrich's visit to Falcon Field. The visit is now scheduled for August 11, 1990 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon. The noise abatement plan was approved by the FAA. Mr. Blaine Price made a motion, seconded by Mr. Mike Amos and was unanimously adopted to purchase two big maps. One map will be place in the FBO and the other ,...... k' i .'c.c-/ Regular Meeting July 11, 1990 Page 3 - AVIATION ASSOCIATES. INC. (Continued) will kept at City Hall to be used for publicity purposes. A motion was made by Mr. Blaine Price and seconded by Mr. Mike Amos and was unanimously adopted to approve the invoice from Aviation Associates in the amount of $3,000. Jim Fulton stated that the contract with Aviation Associates was for a three month trial basis. He said that it cost Aviation Associates $6,500 a month to operate. Mr. Fulton request a contract extension at a new rate of $50.00/hour not to exceed $6,500 a month. Chairman Good pointed out that Aviation Associates may have a conflict of interest if they were to bid for the FBO. Mr. Jim Bischoff, attorney for Falcon Air, objected that Aviation Associates would have conflict of interest. Mr. Savage assured no conflict of interest will occur. A motion was made by Chairman Good and seconded by Mike Amos and was unanimously adopted to move further discussion of Aviation Associates contract to executive session. McGinn. Webb ~ Warner Mr. Doug Warner presented an invoice for legal services to the Authority. A portion of these cost are eligible for reimbursement by the FAA. A motion was made by Ms. Brigham and seconded my Mr. Amos to approve the invoice as submitted. Localizer Fundina Uodate Chairman Good Stated that letters in support of the localizer had been submitted to Hal Rives. In response to these letters, the funding for the localizer is in the supplemental budget this fall. Executive Session A motion was made by Ms. Brigham and seconded by Mr. Price to extend Aviation Associates contract until August 31, 1990 with a new contract cost of $4,000/month with all other terms and conditions of the contract remaining in effect including the contract cancellation clauses. The motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m. j;;J;fff,7..o ~ =0 , alrman Attest: \\C\J\/\J~ ,~~ \ 6