February 24, 2009 - Streaming Video
1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:19)
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:57)
Approval of minutes for the Special Meeting of January 6, and the Regular Meeting of January 13, 2009.
5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:12:38)
a. Resolution 3610, Second Reading and Final Passage. Declaring Port of Seattle Crane 54 surplus for Port purposes and authorizing its sale or disposal.
b. Authorization to bid and execute a contract for Banking Services for five years with the right to extend for two additional one-year periods at an estimated cost of $8,800,000.
c. Authorization to amend the Lease and Concessions Agreement of Concessions International.
6. Policy and Staff Briefing
a. Briefing on progress made to fulfill the actions requested in the motion of the March 25, 2008 Regular Commission Meeting addressing support for federal and local initiatives related to aviation greenhouse gas emissions. (00:38:20)
b. Briefing on the Port of Seattle’s first emission reduction credits banked with the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. (00:17:13)
c. Briefing on Amendments to Concession Leases of prime concessionaires: Host International, Seattle Restaurant Association and Airport Management Services. (01:09:13)
d. Briefing on Aviation Maintenance Continuous Improvement and Cost Management Efforts. (00:23:18)
e. Third Runway 16R/34L Noise Briefing. (00:25:06)
8. Aviation Items
a. Authorization to execute a professional services agreement for Airline Technical Representative to perform technical review on behalf of the airlines and airport related to Capital Projects. The winning firm that will perform this work is Airport and Aviation Professionals, Inc., and the maximum total estimated cost over the coming four years is $1,600,000. (00:05:33)
b. Authorization for construction and approval to advertise for construction bids for the Second Floor Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning Upgrades at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in the amount of $1,282,350 for a new estimated total project cost of $1,497,000. (00:06:31)
c. Authorization for additional funding for the Parking Consolidation Project in the amount of $65,000. (00:03:03)
d. Resolution No. 3612. Declaring surplus and no longer needed for Port District purposes certain personal property, including eight x-ray machines; seven explosive trace detection machines and 17 walk-through metal detectors (collectively “Property”); authorizing transfer of the Property to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), including payment of one dollar per unit of equipment and the assumption of costs and liabilities associated with maintaining and disposing of the Property (00:18:38)
12. New Business (00:03:45)