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06-05-1991 Regular Meeting ... ....-C.-,_._.____-'---__--...,.---.---___: I!"""'\ , " MINUTES OF MEETING Peaohtree city Airport Authority June 5, 1991 The regular meeting of the Peachtree city Airport Authority was called to order by Chairman David Good on Wednesday, June 5, 1991 at 7 p.m. in the city Hall Council Chambers. Members present were: Chairman David Good, Ms. Viki Brigham, Mr. John Dennis and Mr. Mike Amos. Mr. Blaine Price was absent. Others present were: The. Airport Authority Coordinator, Mr. James Savage; Wilbur smith and Associates representative, Mr. Steve smith; the Airport Authority's Attorney, Mr. Doug Warner; the city Engineer, Mr. Barry Amos; and the recording secretary, Ms. Nancy Faillo. ANNOUNCEMENTS There were no announcements. ADDITIONAL AGENDA ITEMS There were no additional agenda items. APPROVAL OF MINUTES "..-, Chairman Good called for consideration of the minutes for the May 1st and May 15th meetings. Mr. Amos asked that the minutes of May 1st be changed to read he was absent instead of present. A motion was accepted with Mr. Amos. The made by Mr. the correction motion carried Dennis that as stated. unanimously. the The minutes of May 1st be motion was seconded by Chairman Good requested that a letter to Field Aircraft, referenced in the May 15th minutes, be included and made a part of the minutes. A motion was made b~ Chairman Good accepted with the addltion as stated. Amos. The motion passed unanimously. that the minutes of May 15th be The motion was seconded by Mr. REPORTS AIRPORT AUTHORITY COORDINATOR: Chairman Good called upon Mr. Savage to present his monthly report to the Airport Authority. Mr. Savage announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had approved the airport's name change to "Peachtree City Falcon Field Airport" and also approved the change in the City of Reference to the city of Atlanta. Mr. Savage announced that Ms. Cathy Nelms, FAA planning Mr. Terry Washington, FAA design engineer, have been Peachtree City - Falcon Field Airport. engineer and assigned to ~ Mr. Savage told with the Chamber Falcon Field for the Authority that Mr. Paul Gilmore, a photographer of Commerce, took some pictures of Peachtree City - a brochure the Chamber of Commerce is producing. r- f f AIRPORT AUTHORITY June 5, 1991 Page 2 REPORTS (continued) WILBUR SMITH AND ASSOCIATES: Chairman Good called upon Mr. smith to present the monthly report for Wilbur smith and Associates. Mr. smith re~orted that the AIP04 project was continuing to move slowly in sp1te of efforts to speed up the contractor. The contractor's deadline is June 9, 1991; however, Mr. Smith said the project will probably take another month to complete. Mr. smith explained that the AIP05 project plans were 75 percent complete. The planning will be completed quickly after the AIP04 project is finished and FAA approval is received. Mr. smith submitted the following invoices for the AIP04 project: VENDOR SERVICES AMOUNT $15,027.58 $88,554.02 $17.065.51 Wilbur smith & W.E. Pruett TCA Electrical Assoc. Testing & Const. Administration Pavin9 & Construction Lighhng TOTAL: $120,647.11 The FAA and state reimbursement forms were prepared requesting $130,380 and $6,617 respectively with a total reimbursement request of $136,977. The request is more than the invoices presented because it also included work done by Mr. Warner and Mr. Savage that is eligible for reimbursement. Mr. Smith submitted the following invoice for the AlP05 project: VENDOR SERVICES AMOUNT Wilbur Smith & Assoc. Design of Terminal Area Ramp The FAA reimbursement form was prepared. A motion was made by Mr. Mike Amos to accept the invoices as presented and to authorize Chairman Good to sign necessary paper work. The motion was seconded by Mr. Dennis and passed unanimously. $10,479.00 Chairman Good said that the segmented circle that is currently being installed at the airport does not show the right hand traffic for runwav 13. This is a safety hazard that needs to be corrected immed1ately. After some discussion, Mr. Smith said he would make sure that it was changed immediately. Mr. Dennis told the Authority that the FAA had tested the remote approach control frequency on the tower at city Hall. The FAA plans to relocate frequency 119.80 mhz to this tower, and it could be completed as early as this fall. AIRPORT AUTHORITY June 5, 1991 Page 3 OLD AGENDA ITEMS There were no old agenda items to discuss. NEW AGENDA ITEMS 06-91-01 Consider plans for Hanqar Relocation/Reconstruction Chairman Good announced that Mr. Savage has been working on relocation/reconstruction project for the past few months. Good called upon Mr. Savage to present his recommendations Authority. Mr. Savage presented a conceptual plan for hanger relocation or construction and a hanger rent comparison table. The conceptual ~lan is attached and made a part of these minutes. The rent compar1son table shows the construction cost of each row of hangars and the possible rates that could be charged for each unit. a hangar Chairman to the After much discussion, a motion was made by Mr. Mike Amos to approve the conceptual plan; to approve building row 1; to approve a rental rate of $95 for a shed tie down and $285 for T-Hangar rental; and to authorize Mr. Savage to collect letters of intent to include the last month's rent --, to be placed in an interest bearing escrow account until row 1 is compete. The motion was seconded by Ms. Brigham. There was a discussion about the hangars' lease agreement which will be prepared at a later date. The motion passed unanimously. 06-02-91 PCAA PERSONNEL AND PROCEDURES GUIDELINES Mr. Savage prepared a draft of "Personnel and Procedures Guidelines." 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