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09-15-2003 Regular Meeting F'. . I '" PEACHTREE CITY AIRPORT AUTHORITY MINUTES OF MEETING September 15, 2003 The September meeting of the Peachtree City Airport Authority was held at the Aviation Center, Peachtree City-Falcon Field Airport, on September 15, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. Those present were Chairman Catherine M. Nelmes; Members Jerry R. Cobb, Douglas A. Fisher, Matt M. Davis, and James E. Toombs; Airport Manager James H. Savage; Assistant Manager Andrew Bolton; and Authority Attorney Douglas B. Warner. I. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr. Savage requested that the Authority consider moving the date for the October Regular Meeting because he will be at the Georgia Airports Association Conference from October 7th, through October 10th, and the scheduled date is October 8th. Chairman Nelmes suggested October 15th, and asked the members to check their calendars and advise Mr. Savage if that date would be acceptable. Mr. Cobb gave a brief report of the activities associated with the National Air Tour's visit scheduled for Wednesday, September 1 yth. The number of anticipated visitors remains unknown, but Mr. Cobb estimates 2,000 to 3,000. Plans call for the aircraft to depart Thursday morning, depending on weather up-line on the tour that may be affected by Hurricane "IsabeL" Mr. Savage stated that the airport had received some 25 to 30 calls just that day, many of which were from seniors who will need golf cart transportation to and from the aircraft. II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES A motion was made by Mr. Cobb and seconded by Mr. Fisher to approve the minutes of the August 13, 2003, Regular Meeting as presented. The motion passed unanimously. III. REPORTS AIRPORT MANAGER'S REPORT September 15, 2003 1. Hangar Area "8" construction. Mr. Russ Solsvig's hangar (B1) is nearing completion. His apron has been poured and he is working to finish the inside of the hangar. The power lines have been run to his and all of the hangars, and power is available to each site. The 1 r- gas lines have been run within our fence, but service along Stallings Road awaits a right-of- way survey from Dividend Drive to our entry gate. Wilbur Smith is working on that survey. Mr. Solsvig does not plan to connect to the gas line at this time. He is trying to get an "Occupancy Permit" by October 1st. 4; ~ Mr. Gardner's slab at B5 has been poured and the building will be arriving soon. Mr. Stan Smith has indicated that he will present a site plans for B2 and B4 for our review soon. 2. Relocation of utilities on Stallings Road. After careful review by Georgia Power, engineer Jerry Wylie has offered the following revised cost estimates for re-Iocating the power lines along Stallings Road: "..... 1. Total for relocating and remaining with overhead lines, including clearing trees _ $54,064 2. Total for relocating and remaining with overhead lines, PCAA clears trees _ $45,901 3. Total to relocate underground (revised) - $52,309 4. Total to relocate underground (original) - $56,621 The Authority previously approved spending up to $56,621. The City Engineer has indicated that the City will still require the new lines to be underground, especially since there is little cost savings. Work can start as soon as the survey is complete. 3. The Great Georgia Airshow. Even though we experienced rain showers both days, the cool temperatures and the higher ceilings allowed "the show to go on" both days. Estimates of the crowd size vary, but my guess is some 5,000 to 7,000 on Saturday and 7,000 to 9,000 on Sunday. From the reports I have received from several visitors to the show, they were pleased and enjoyed the event very much. An actual tally of the airshow profits and the eventual distribution to the Kiwanis Club and the CAF may take another 30 days, including the advanced sales handled by PCAA. All in all, it was a good weekend. 4. The National Air Tour. The National Air Tour has received some publicity locally and in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Acting Event Coordinator Jerry Cobb estimates a visitor crowd of 2,000 to 3,000 people for the one-day event scheduled for September 1 ih. The Kiwanis Club will provide food and drink concessions for the crowd, plus auto parking assistance. The CAF will provide a cookout for the Air Tour participants and they will support PCAA staff in aircraft parking and servicing. Weather forecasts at this time show clear skies and warm temperatures. The aircraft will be arriving around noon Wednesday, and departing Thursday around 9:00 a.m., weather permitting. 5. Garmin demonstration. Mr. Karl Gardner of Gardner Aviation Specialists will host a demonstration of the Garmin GNS 430 and GNS 530 navigation equipment by Garmin Ltd., in the lobby of the Aviation Center at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 23, 2003. The aviation public is invited. r 2 r: IV. FINANCIAL REVIEW , i , f' Mr. Savage gave a brief review of the financial information for August. Jet -A sales and AvGas sales were significantly better than expected, with total income for the period ending at $111 ,973, some $27,425 better than budget. Gross profit was calculated as $53,653, or $6,059 better than planned. Expenses for the period were $58,871, an increase of $11 ,350, however the total includes $7,000, in Capital Improvements and unscheduled air conditioning repairs that were added to Repairs and Maintenance, and $2,295 in overtime and other expenses for airshow preparation. Net Income for the month of August ended a positive $3,739, versus an estimated income of $10,322. Cash flow for the period was estimated to be a positive $17,371 versus a budgeted positive cash flow of $2,822. The Capital/Reserve ending fund balance for August was $130,653, after the normal fund transfer of $7,500, in Hotel/Motel tax from the City. The Grant Fund account balance increased to $11,070, after the receipt of $2 in interest. V. OLD AGENDA ITEMS ,....., ~. None. VI. NEW AGENDA ITEMS Prior to consideration of the two agenda items, Chairman Nelmes requested that Agenda Item 03-09-02 be considered first, indicating that she believed discussions of the budgets would be quite lengthy and the second item should be easy to resolve. There were no objections. 03-09-02 Consider lease transfer for Lot 83, from Southern Air Aviation, Inc., to Legacy Aviation, Inc., per request from Karen and Jim Gess. Mr. Gess addressed the Authority, outlining his request to transfer the lease from one corporation to another, both owned by him, so that his' operation at the Dekalb-Peachtree Airport could be separated from the operation planned for Peachtree City _ Falcon Field Airport. -- i Mr. Gess indicated that the new corporation would accept the lease agreement "as-is", with all conditions, amendments and terms as written. After some discussion, during which it was discussed that the lot must be resurveyed to include the additional land needed to place the reoriented and enlarged hangar now planned, which will in turn increase the lease payment, a motion was made by Mr. Cobb and seconded by Mr. Toombs, to authorize the transfer as requested and authorize the Chairman to execute the document when prepared. The motion passed unanimously. 3 l ! r- 03-09-01 Consider FY 2004 Operating and Capital Budgets. , r t- Mr. Savage presented both the Operating Budget for FY 2004, and the Capital Budget for FY 2004, stating that he believed the Authority should consider the Operating Budget now, but they should schedule a separate meeting/workshop to review the assumptions used in the construction of the Capital Budget and to set the priorities to reflect the Authority's vision of the airport's future. Chairman Nelmes expressed the view that they should discuss both budgets and if necessary then schedule a meeting later to further discuss the Capital Budget. Mr. Davis requested a copy of Mr. Savage's assumptions that were used to produce the Operating Budget, which had been supplied bye-mail but Mr. Davis could not down-load, and then suggested that he would like more time to study the assumptions before passing the Operating Budget. At the request of the members, Mr. Savage began a line-by-Iine review of his assumptions and the numbers produced in the Operating Budget. After considerable discussion by the members, it was agreed that the assumptions appeared to be reasonable and that as the Authority had done with the FY 2003 Operating Budget, they could amend the budget throughout the year as necessary to adjust to the changes they will face under new management. r- ~. 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