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01-06-1993 Regular Meeting r- PEACHTREE CITY AIRPORT AUTHORITY MINUTES OF MEETING January 6, 1993 The regular meeting of the Peachtree City Airport Authority was held in the City Hall Council Chambers on January 6, 1993, at 7 p.m. Those present were: Chairman David M. Goodi Members Vivian R. Brigham, Robert B. Patterson, John W. Dennis and Michael E. Amosi Authority Attorney Douglas B. Warneri Airport Manager James H. Savagei City Engineer Barry Amosi and Recording Secretary Shirley R. Comer. I. ANNOUNCEMENTS None. II. ADDITIONAL AGENDA ITEMS None. III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES --- A motion to approve the minutes of the December 2, 1992 Authority meeting as presented was made by Mr. Dennis, seconded by Mr. Michael Amos. The motion passed unanimously. ~ IV. REPORTS: Airport Manager Mr. Savage briefed the Authority on the following issues: 1. January 1 - 3, Mr. Daryl Perry and crew, Mr. Corky Dillingham of Oakview Construction and Mr. Savage completed the moving of 13 Portaport hangars to their new location on the airport. The units are currently without power, but will be reconnected soon. 2. The Authority's new fuel farm is operational. Fuel has been delivered to the tanks and is now being sold to Hunting Aircraft, Inc. 3. A report was received from Ms. Debby Dennis, of the FAA, on the installation of the remote communication frequency, 119.8 Mhz. She said that construction is underway and scheduled for completion in February. - " r- 4. Mr. John Dennis reports that the number of instrument approaches to the airport, as recorded by the Atlanta Tower, stands at 160 per year. He will verify this information and report next month. The number of approaches needed to qualify for FAA maintenance of the localizer/DME is 250 per year. 5. Reconstruction of the T-hangar is nearing completion. Allspan Construction is expected to complete the steel work this week; all electrical work should be completed by next week. 7. 6. After a meeting with Mr. Ed Riggins of Peachtree City Development corp. and Mr. Savage, a proposal is being written by Katrina Bradshaw of East/West Consultants to help develop an advertising strategy for both the airport and the airport business park. Mr. Riggins and Mr. Savage will interview another firm soon for additional proposals. The FAA approved the use of the altimeters in Hunting's operations office to provide local altimeter settings for aircraft approaching the airport. This will result in a lower minimum descent altitude for the localizer approach of 372' above the airport. Currently that minimum altitude is 452'. The change should be published in February. - 8. Cathy Nelms of the FAA Airports District Office called to discussed the Authority's need for additional funds to expand the northwest run-up area and build a blast fence at that location. She asked that a pre- application be submitted by March. 9. The FAA Flight Procedures Branch has stated that it finds that no hazard to navigation will result from the 100' extension of the city's communications tower. Mr. Savage will send a letter to the FAA saying that the Authority has no objection to the increase in height provided no existing or planned instrument approach to the airport is affected by the action. 10. A report was presented on the recent vandalism and theft of radios from four aircraft at the airport. The Peachtree City Police Department has investigated and increased the frequency of night patrols. A copy of the completed report will be furnished by the PCPD when a,vailable. -- - V. OLD AGENDA ITEMS None. VI. NEW AGENDA ITEMS 93-01-01 Elections of Chairman and Secretary/Treasurer. After announcing that the Authority's Charter requires the election of officers at the first meeting of each calendar year, Chairman Good opened the floor for nominations. Ms. Brigham nominated Mr. David Good as Chairman and Mr. Michael Amos as Secretary/Treasurer for 1993. The nominations were seconded by Mr. Dennis. There were no other nominations. The motion passed unanimously. 93-01-02 Consider agreement with the Fayette County Development Authority. After a brief discussion, Chairman Good recommended that the agreement be signed and approved as presented. A motion to authorize the Chairman to sign the agreement as presented was made by Mr. Michael Amos and seconded by Ms. Brigham. The motion passed unanimously. - A motion was made by Chairman Good to recess and reconvene in executive session to disuss legal matters, it was seconded by Mr. Michael Amos. The motion passed unanimously. VII. EXECUTIVE SESSION Mr. Warner announced the receipt of funds from the FAA, which has allowed the final settlement of the Haygood lawsuit. There were no actions taken by the Authority. At 8:35 p.m. a motion to adjourn was made by Chairman Good and seconded by Ms. Brigham. The motion passed unanimously. ~~ Attested oy: David M. Good, Chairman ',~ PEACHTREE CITY AIRPORT AUTHORITY RECORD OF ATTENDANCE AS OF: DECEMBER 31, 1992 * MEETINGS MEETINGS MEETINGS DATES HELD LAST ATTENDED ABSENT ABSENT 12 MONTHS ATTD % DAVID GOOD 10 10 0 100% VIKI BRIGHAM 10 10 0 100% ~ ROBERT PATTERSON @ 8 6 2 08/05/92 75% , 11/17/92 JOHN DENNIS 10 7 3 OS/27/92 70% 09/02/92 11/17/92 MIKE AMOS 10 8 2 08/05/92 80% 11/04/92 * This column only includes meetings held since May 7, 1992, the effective date of the current attendance requirements. @ New member f!"-