Loading...
05-05-2003 Special Called Workshop PEACHTREE CITY AIRPORT AUTHORITY MINUTES OF SPECIAL CALLED WORKSHOP May 5, 2003 A Special Called Workshop of the Peachtree City Airport Authority was held in the Conference Room at the Aviation Center, 7 Falcon Drive, Peachtree City, Georgia, on May 5, 2003, at 6:00 p.m. Those present for the Authority were Chairman Catherine M. Nelmes; SecretaryfTreasurer Jerry R. Cobb; Members Douglas A. Fisher, Matt M. Davis and James E. Toombs; Airport Manager James H. Savage; and Assistant Manager B. Andrew Bolton. Also attending were Mr. Vern Darley; Mr. Steve Smith of Wilbur Smith and Associates; and Mr. Ray Lightner of the Fayette Daily News. Facilitator for the workshop was Mr. Robert Kennedy, Director of Marketing, Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport. The purpose of the workshop was to continue the development of a vision/mission statement for Peachtree City _ Falcon Field Airport and to expand a framework of plans and programs of work for the continued development of the airport. During the two hour session, Mr. Kennedy assisted the members and attendees with the expansion of the basic outline of ideas from which to build the program, and by consensus of the Authority each member was designated a Team Leader and assigned a particular area of concentration. The outline used for this meeting, and by acclimation adopted as the basis for future program development, is attached to the minutes of the April 28, 2003, Workshop. The assignments as Team Leaders were as follows: 1. Business-Smart Airport - Cathy Nelmes 2. Sound Management Practices - Doug Fisher 3. Aviation Services - Jerry Cobb 4. Neighborly Attitude - Jim Toombs 5. Superior Facilities - Malt Davis It was agreed that each Team Leader would seek other members of the Authority, airport staff, community volunteers, and airport tenants to help with the development of their particular area of concentration. To accomplish team goals the following outline and timeline was adopted: I. Business Objectives (a) Assemble team. (b) Define the teams objectives and tasks. (c) Define methods of measurement. (d) Complete a working draft of each team's work by June 4,2003. II. Seek approval from the Authority for all team efforts at the June 11, 2003, Regular Authority Meeting. III. Develop a review process for periodic checks of progress towards goals and objectives. The meeting concluded at 8:00 p.m. with a caii to continue the discussions at a third worksllOp to be held on or about Wednesday, June 4, 2003, based on the work schedules and availability of the mem e 'f""'. There were.~" ""'0 '"ri09 fu, _'h ~' : > I'!' " ',---- r ~::; , ~_.--", ' . . A"'~~ ~ , hairman