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03-20-1996 Special Called Meeting ~ r-, L , r- , L , PEACHTREE CITY AIRPORT AUTHORITY MINUTES OF MEETING MARCH 20,1996 A special called meeting of the Peachtree City Airport Authority was held in the Authority's office at 1130 Echo Court on March 20, 1996, at 5:30 p.m. Those present were: Chairman David M. Good; Members Janet E. Wells, Daniel E. Carr and Michael E. Amos; Airport Manager James H. Savage; Authority Attorney Douglas B. Warner and Recording Secretary Shirley R. Comer. Member Robert B. Patterson was out of town on business. I. OLD AGENDA ITEMS: 96-03-02 Selection of colors and finishings for Aviation Center. Chairman Good reviewed the Group VI proposed choices of colors and finishings for the Aviation Center. He expressed concern over the choice of a lightly colored vinyl tile for the floors in the Line Service Ready Room and Mr. Amos, representing Group VI, said he would have their interior design staff review this issue. Following discussions by the members, Ms. Wells moved to approve the selection of interior materials, colors and finishings as presented, except that all walls that contact or are adjacent to toilet fixtures in the public restrooms, shall be covered in ceramic tile to a height of six feet, and all floor tile in the public restrooms and the pilot's restroom be ceramic tile. The motion was seconded by Mr. Carr and passed on a vote of three in the affirmative and one abstention. Mr. Amos, as a Senior Vice President of Group VI, abstained due to a possible conflict of interest. 1 r " f II. NEW AGENDA ITEMS: 96-03-03 Consider authorizing Chairman to execute agreements with Georgia DOT and APAC to build additional taxilanes. Mr. Savage briefed the Authority on his discussions with the Georgia DOT who indicated that funding is available to build additional taxi lanes on a 75% DOT share, 25% Authority share basis. This would allow the Authority to build a new taxilane to serve the proposed third T-hangar and the four General Aviation Service Hangar lots adjacent to the northwest apron, afa total cost to the Authority of $4,614.10. Mr. Amos moved to authorize the Chairman to execute all contracts, agreements or other documents necessary to complete the T-hangar taxilane project, as amended, with APAC of Georgia, Inc. and the Georgia Department of Transportation. It is the intent of this motion that the Authority's obligation for this project be raised to a maximum of $21,500.00, the balance over the original authorization of $16,842.50, to come from the Capital Account. The motion was seconded by Ms. Wells and passed unanimously. 96-03-04 Consider authorizing additional work by Group VI at Aviation Center. Mr. Amos, representing Group VI, briefed the Authority on his company's proposal for exterior lighting, the construction of a second parking lot and the removal of the cul-de-sac currently located at the end of Falcon Drive. Following a discussion of the three issues, the members agreed that they would like to look at alternative ideas on how to utilize the existing cul-de-sac before voting to remove it. Mr. Amos indicated that Group VI would provide alternative ideas for the Authority to consider. The members also agreed to let Group VI to proceed with the basic layout of exterior lighting in the auto parking lot as presented, with the understanding that the lighting of the aircraft parking apron and the exterior lighting of the aircraft side of the building needed to be revised, 2 ,,--, I 96-03-05 Ms. Wells moved to authorize the Chairman to negotiate with Group VI, Inc. for the construction of a second auto parking lot that will bring the total number of parking spaces built during Phase 1 to 43, or 11 more than the contract with Group VI calls for, at an additional cost not to exceed $10,000.00. It is the intent that all additional funding required by this motion shall come from the Capital Account, less any credits received from Group VI for savings realized during construction. The motion was seconded by Chairman Good and passed on a vote of three in the affirmative and one abstention. Mr. Amos abstained due to a possible conflict of interest. Consider G/A Service Hangar Ground Lease with W K Properties, Inc. Mr. Savage briefed the Authority on the plan of W K Properties, Inc. to build a General Aviation Service Hangar essentially identical to Mr. Mike Gunn's hangar on the adjacent site, 0-21. The ground lease agreement offered to W K Properties is a generic agreement developed by Mr. Savage that includes the policies and conditions approved by the Authority at it's last meeting. Ms. Wells moved to authorize the Chairman to execute a General Aviation Service Hangar Ground Lease with W K Properties, Inc., on Lot 0-21, for twenty years under the general provisions for such leases as has been established by the Authority. It is acknowledged that the principal owners of W K Properties, Inc., are Authority Attorney Douglas B. Warner and Mr. John Kazek of Peachtree City. The motion was seconded by Mr. Amos and passed unanimously. There being no further business, a motion to adjourn was made by Ms. Wells and seconded by Mr. Amos at 6:55 p.m. The motion passed unanimously. ~rr;r---- Attested by: 0/JoP David M. Good, Chairman 3 3-31-96 ,.... , , PEACHTREE CITY AIRPORT AUTHORITY RECORD OF ATTENDANCE AS OF: March 31,1996 Members Regular Meetings Meetings Regular Soecial Called Special Called Total Last 12 Months Attended Attendance Meetinas Last Meetinas Attendance % 12 Months Attended % David M. Good 10 10 100% 3 3 100% Janet Wells * 3 3 100% 1 1 100% Bob Patterson 10 9 90% 3 2 85% Dan Carr 10 10 100% 3 3 100% Mike Amos 10 10 100% 3 3 100% * New member 1/1/96 - k , , 'Iambers Dates Absent Type David M. Good Janet Wells Bob Patterson 3/6/96 Reaular 3/20/96 Soecial Dan Carr Mike Amos Meeting Dates Type 1/3/96 Reaular 217/96 Reaular 3/6/96 Reoular 3/20/96 Soecial 4/5/95 Reoular 5/3/95 Reoular 6/7/95 None 7/5/95 Reaular 8/2/95 Reaular 8/18/95 Soecial 9/6/95 Reaular 9/26/95 Soecial 10/4/95 None 11/8/95 Re:C1ular 12/6/95 Reaular - I 1 Page 1