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October 2009 - December 2009

December 2009

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Dec 28 ​Special Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Dec 16 Special​ Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Dec 15 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Dec 8 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Dec 8 Special Willows Lodge, Woodinville Agenda PDF
Dec 1 ​Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Dec 28 ​Special Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
Dec 16 Special​ Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
Dec 15 ​Special​ ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Dec 8 Regular ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
Dec 8 Special Willows Lodge, Woodinville Minutes PDF
Dec 1 Audit​ Pier 69​ Minutes PDF​
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
Dec 28 ​Special​ Pier 69 Audio​
Dec 16 Special​ Pier 69 Audio​
Dec 15 Special​ ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Dec 8 Regular ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Dec 8 Special Willows Lodge, Woodinville Audio
Dec 1 Audit​ Pier 69​ Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
Dec 28 Special​​

No Video​

Dec 16 Special​ ​No Video
Dec 15 Special​

December 15, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:56)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:01:27)

Approval of minutes for the Special meetings of October 20 and 27, 2009; the Regular meeting of November 3, 2009.

4. Special Order of Business

a. Presentation marking the departure of Pat Davis and Lloyd Hara. (00:06:03)

b. Presentation for the Port's Women's Initiative. (00:07:15)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:54)

a. Approval of outstanding Claims and Obligations for the period of November 1 through November 30, 2009 in the amount of $45,406,334.30.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to waive the requirement for Port suppliers to provide equal benefits to domestic partners or legally domiciled members of household, as identified in Port of Seattle Resolution No. 3549, as amended, for a single purchase of fishing net materials from Seattle Marine and Fishing Supply Company and authorization of immediate payment of outstanding obligation of $34,823.15.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute Change Order 001 for the Terminal 115, Berth 1 Modifications Project for the not to exceed net amount of $162,000. (Since the absolute value of this Change Order exceeds $300,000, Resolution No. 3605 requires Commission approval.)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a professional services contract for consultant services ranging from approximately $500,000 to $700,000 to support negotiation and implementation of a Washington State Department of Ecology Agreed Order for the remediation actions at Terminal 91. The source of the funding is the Tax Levy and Environmental Reserves.

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Port of Seattle and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local Union No. 174, representing Truck Drivers.

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to exercise options and otherwise proceed with existing goods and purchased services agreements needing renewal prior to January 31, 2010, a total of 6 contracts.

g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue a no cost Change Order #193 for the South 160th Street Loop Ramp/NER Phase I to add the additional time required (464 days) to complete the job. Contract MC-0313556.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Commission determination that: 1) a competitive solicitation process is not appropriate or cost effective, thereby exempting the two Port Jobs contracts for 2010 from the requirements of RCW 53.19.020(5), and 2) authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into two one-year contracts with Port Jobs valued at an estimated $607,000. (00:44:40)

b. Commission approval of the revised Port of Seattle Art Program Policy and Guidelines and a review of Art Projects in 2009. (00:23:07)

c. Approval of the Letter of Intent authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute final lease amendments for lease agreements 131, 594,842 and 1428 at Terminal 91 with CityIce Cold Storage Company and with Seafreeze Acquisition LLC for lease agreement 1532 at Terminal 115. (00:16:31)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to spend up to $1,000,000 under the existing authorized budget for the Terminal 30/91 Program, CIP No. C800085, for the preliminary design, final design, permitting and construction phases of the final work scope. No additional funding is requested. (00:01:15)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve funding and proceed with permitting, project management, in-house design and prepare construction documents for the Terminal 91 Roadway Pavement Project in the amount of $88,000, for a total authorization to date of $138,000. The total cost of the project is estimated to be $570,000. (00:02:47)

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve the design and construction of Water and Sewer Meter Upgrades in the amount of $373,000. (00:00:59)

g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an amendment to extend the license agreement for the Wireless Communication Access System with New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC, formerly AT&T Mobility, for cellular communication service at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. (00:01:19)

h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a construction contract for the Off-Site Roadway Improvement project, as part of the Rental Car Facility program at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, in the amount of $16,334,400, bringing the total Rental Car Facility program authorization to $390,705,746; and to enter into contracts currently estimated at $17,534,400 for the construction of this project incorporating the Washington State Department of Transportation’s bridge seismic improvements. (00:07:09)

i. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to award Puget Sound Dispatch, Inc. dba Yellow Taxicab Association, the contract for On-Demand Taxi Services, effective September 1, 2010 through August 31, 2015. (02:05:42)

j. Seattle Port Commission motion regarding On-Demand Taxi Services from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. (00:04:26)

Dec 8 Regular No Video​
Dec 8 Special

​No Video

​Dec 1 ​Audit​ No Video

November 2009

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Nov 30 ​Special Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Nov 23 Special​ Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda PDF​
Nov 10 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Nov 3 Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Nov 3 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Nov 30 ​Special Pier 69                                            Minutes PDF​
Nov 23 Special​ Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes PDF​
Nov 10 Special ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Nov 3 Audit ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Nov 3 Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
Nov 30​ ​Special Pier 69 Audio​
Nov 23 Special Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio​
Nov 10 Special ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Nov 3 ​Audit ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Nov 3 Regular ​Pier 69 Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
Nov 30 Special

November 30, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:18)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:01:15)

Approval of minutes for the Special Joint Meeting with the Port of Tacoma on October 12, 2009; and the Regular Meeting of October 13, 2009.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:50)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an Operations and Maintenance Agreement with Sound Transit to establish responsibilities at the Link Light Rail Airport Station at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for a total of $3,000 net of reimbursement.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a professional services Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for architectural services totaling $750,000 for three years in support of upcoming capital improvement projects at the Port of Seattle.

c. Agreement for early termination of Clear Channel Outdoor, Inc.’s leaseholds and settlement of any claims related to the removal of certain signs on Port-owned property acquired for the East Marginal Way Grade Separation Project.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Commission determination that a competitive solicitation process is not appropriate or cost effective and that the contract with Herbert Engineering Corporation for the Green Gateway Study is therefore exempt from the requirements of RCW 53.19.020(5) so that Herbst Engineering Corporation may continue to develop the Green Gateway Study for a period of three years during which, under existing authority and limitations, the Chief Executive Officer may enter into service agreements with Herbert Engineering as required. No additional funds are requested at this time. (00:09:20)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to complete contract documents; execute, award, and amend outside professional services agreements; perform construction services; perform testing services; perform contract administration and execution; and perform pollution remediation activities relating to environmental reserve funds in 2010, including environmental investigations, studies, and cleanups on Port properties for a total authorization of $13,141,000. This authorization is for the Environmental Reserve component, which totals $7,548,000, plus the portion obtained from cost-sharing agreements where the Port holds contracts on behalf of others, which totals $5,593,000. (00:12:22)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Update on Port Reform Initiatives. (00:57:12)

b. Briefing on On-Demand Taxi Services at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. (00:32:03)

c. Terminal 5 Maintenance Dredging Update. (00:20:05)

d. Briefing on Proposed Replacement of the Fishermen’s Terminal C15 heating, ventilating and cooling system. (00:05:01)

e. Update on Emergency Management Planning – Green River Flooding. (00:07:57)

​Nov 23 Special​

November 23, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:04)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:03)

a. Port of Seattle Commission motion authorizing the General Counsel to engage or continue the engagement of legal counsel to represent in current legal matters, those employees who have accepted the terms of the Port’s Voluntary Separation Program following their termination from the Port, and subject to the limitations set forth in RCW 53.08.208.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Resolution 3634, Second Reading and Final Passage. Adopting the final budget for the Port for the year 2010; making, determining, and deciding the amount of taxes to be levied upon the current assessment roll; providing payment of bond redemptions and interest, cost of future capital improvements and acquisitions, and for such general purposes allowed by law which the Port deems necessary; and directing the King County Council as to the specific sums to be levied on all of the assessed property of the Port of Seattle District in the year 2010. (00:42:03)

b. Resolution 3632, Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing an increase in limit factor for maximum levy capacity pursuant to RCW 84.55.0101. (00:02:16)

c. Resolution 3633, Second Reading and Final Passage. 2010 Salary and Benefit Resolution. Establishing Jobs, Pay Grades, Salaries, Allowances, and Adjustments for Port employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement and authorizing and establishing various Benefits, including Social Security, Unemployment Compensation, Military leave, Retirement, Compensated Leave, Holidays, Paid Time Off, Extended Illness Leave, Medical, Dental and Long-Term Disability Insurance and other benefits, effective January 1, 2010. (00:01:03)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to procure and execute contracts for consultant services to implement an update to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s Part 150 Noise Compatibility Plan at an overall approximate cost of up to $2.5 million. This represents an increase of $1.5 million over the previously authorized amount. Funding is provided by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Airport Development Fund. (00:09:57)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a series of three-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) – Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Master Service Agreements and associated Service Directives to engage temporary contractors to augment ICT staff as needed in supporting systems, projects and services for an amount not to exceed $11,000,00 for a maximum duration of three years.(00:14:23)

8. New Business

a. Public Testimony about Port Jobs (00:16:53)

b. Miscellaneuous Announcements (00:04:20)

​Nov 10 Special

November 10, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:57)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:34)

Approval of minutes for the Special Meeting of October 8, 2009.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:07)

a. Approval of outstanding Claims and Obligations for the period of October 1 through October 31, 2009, in the amount of $56,023,187.46

b. Request for Port Commission to modify the scope of previous authorizations to complete construction of necessary improvements to the fendering and terminal systems at Terminal 25, Pier 28 and Terminal 46 for no net change in the current $300,000 authorization.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute the 11th Amendment to Lease between the Port of Seattle and Louis Dreyfus Corporation at the Terminal 86 grain Terminal to extend decision dates by six months for the Lessee to notify the Port of its election to exercise its option to extend the lease term on or before May 14, 2010, and the Port would extend its response time to August 14, 2010. The effective dates of the option period would remain unchanged. (00:08:10)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a solicitation process and execute a contract for Financial Advisory Services for five years with the right to extend for two additional years at an estimated cost of $3,000,000. (00:04:12)

c. Request the Port of Seattle Commission to grant, in accordance with RCW 53.19.020 (5), an exemption from competition for procuring semi-annual environmental liability support, using ERCI Defender File or Pro Form software; and 2) Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute and administer a three-year contract with two one-year options for semi-annual environmental liability support and software upgrade and maintenance. The contract will be for $150,000 per year, the total not to exceed $750,000. (00:07:27)

d. Resolution 3633, First Reading. 2010 Salary and Benefit Resolution. (00:15:29)

e. Resolution 3631 and Resolution 3632, First Reading and Public Hearing. 2010 Budget. (01:30:44)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on the draft Plan of Finance (00:13:53)

8. New Business (00:04:10)

​Nov 3 Audit

No Video​

Nov 3 Regular

November 3, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:59)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:36)

Approval of minutes for the Regular Meeting of October 6, 2009.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:06)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute Change Order Number 005 for the Duwamish Trail Link – West Marginal Way SW et. al. Project to add the additional time required (196 days) to complete the project. No additional project funds are being requested as part of this change order.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to select a consultant and to execute an IDIQ (Indefinite Quantity Indefinite Delivery) Service Agreement to support the Engineering department in performing Airfield Pavement Management Services at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for a not-to-exceed amount of $500,000 and duration of three years for pavement management analysis and evaluation, pavement ratings, and airfield pavement design.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Resolution 3628, Second Reading and Final Passage. Amending Resolution 3605, Master Policy Directive (Delegation of Authority). (00:31:13)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute up to four Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) on-call consulting services contracts for Environmental Compliance and Management to be used to assist the Seaport to access, plan, perform and monitor environmental compliance for Port-owned Seaport or Real Estate properties or projects. This request is only for contracting authority; funding will be authorized separately under the regular environmental reserves authorization process or through project-specific authorizations. The value of the contracts will not exceed $3,750,000. (00:03:40)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to complete the sound mitigation work on Building 9 at the Highline Community College at an estimated cost of$2,017,377 including administrative expenses. This authorization request is for $1,261,332 and will bring the total authorization for this Capital Improvement Project to $6,254,930. (00:10:10)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to complete the relocation of the residents of parcel numbers 344500-0110, 344500-0141, 344500-0145, 344500-0155, commonly known as Town and Country Mobile Home Parks located in the City ofSeaTac, WA, which are located within the 1998 70 Day Night Level noise contour, at an estimated cost of $2,600,000 including legal and administrative expenses. This request will bring the total authorization for this Capital Improvement Project C2000037 to $52,306,110. Eighty percent of eligible costs are reimbursed by the Federal Aviation Administration. (00:04:55)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a 5-year sole source Technical Assistance Agreement to support the Underground Train System at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport with Bombardier Transportation, Inc. in the total amount of$1,535,803. Justification for entering into a sole source contract has been reviewed and approved by the Central Procurement Office. (00:06:07)

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an amendment to the Lease and Concession Agreement of SmarteCarte, Inc., provider of airport luggage carts and other passenger services at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, that would extend the term for an additional 5-year period as provided for in the current Agreement, under new negotiated terms. (00:17:52)

g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the International Union of Operating Engineers Local No. 286 representing Operating Engineers in Aviation Maintenance and the Port of Seattle. (00:02:16)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on the 2010 Salary and Benefit Resolution. (00:22:22)

b. Briefing on Third Quarter 2009 Financial Performance and the 2009 Year-End Forecast. (00:45:36)

8. New Business (00:03:38)

October 2009

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Oct 27 ​Special​ Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Oct 20 Special​ ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Oct 13 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Oct 12 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Oct 8 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Oct 6 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Oct 6​ ​Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Oct 27 Special​ Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
Oct 20 Special​ ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
Oct 13 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Oct 12 Special ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Oct 8 Special ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
​Oct 6 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Oct 6​ ​Audit ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
Oct 27 ​Special​ Pier 69 Audio​
Oct 20 Special​ ​Pier 69 Audio​
Oct 13 ​Regular ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Oct 12 Special ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Oct 8 Special ​Pier 69 Audio
​Oct 6 ​Regular ​Pier 69 ​Audio
​Oct 6 ​Audit ​Pier 69 ​Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
Oct 27 Special​

October 27, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:59)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:03:55)

Approval of minutes for the Regular Meetings of September 1 and 22, 2009;and the Special Meeting of September 17, 2009.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:13:39)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into one project-specific contract for consultant support at Terminal 30 to comply with the Washington State Department of Ecology Remedial Investigation Feasibility Study (RI/FS) Agreed Order with a total value not to exceed $750,000; and a contract duration of five years.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Category III procurement process for IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) contract for tourism representation services in the United Kingdom to maintain the Port’s tourism marketing and promotional strategies. The initial period of this contract will be one year from the date of contract execution and includes two one-year options to extend to be exercised at the Port’s sole discretion. The total estimated value of the contract is $300,000 to $450,000.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute one Category III IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity) procurement process and execute a professional services contract for Environmental Field Support Services for various Aviation Environmental Programs for a maximum amount of $1,800,000 over a period of three years. (00:03:23)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer, using previously authorized funds under the Comprehensive Stormwater Management Program to:

1) Prepare final designs and construction contract documents; negotiate and execute a service directive under an existing professional services agreement for final engineering and construction management support; and

2) For Central Procurement Office to advertise for construction bids; for the Stormwater Adaptive Management work in various locations of storm water sub-basins for an estimated total project cost of $1,500,000. (00:04:35)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to prepare contract documents, advertise a request for proposals, and procure 29 low-floor, compressed natural gas shuttle buses for an estimated amount of $16,000,000as part of the total Consolidated Rental Car Facility project cost of$419,306,000, bringing the total authorized amount to $374,371,346 (00:09:04)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Consolidated Rental Car Facility Briefing. (00:05:47)

8. New Business

a. Pre-Briefing on Terminal 103. (00:03:44)

9. Policy Roundtable: Puget Sound Issues

a. Briefing on the Seaport’s Environmental Costs and Cost Recovery from 1991 – 2009. (00:23:26)

b. Briefing on the Cruise Vessel Biomass Management Study, Phase 1A. (00:33:54)

c. Briefing on the Cruise Memorandum of Understanding. (00:19:32)

d. Discussion with the Puget Sound Partnership on the Relationship between the Port of Seattle and the Puget Sound Partnership. (00:31:31)

Oct 20 Special​

October 20, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:56)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Howard Hanson Dam Briefing. (17:10)

b. Briefing on Emergency Declaration to provide back-up electric power at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. (24:45)

9. Policy Roundtable: Budget Workshop

a. Seaport and Real Estate Funding Plans. (02:14:10)

Oct 13 Regular​

October 13, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:19)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:11)

a. Approval of outstanding Claims and Obligations for the period of September 1 through September 30, 2009 in the amount of $41,785,074.11.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Resolution No. 3629, Second Reading and Final Passage. 1) Declaring the real property known as the 3-acre parcel (King County Parcel 3222304-9332) surplus and no longer needed for Port district purposes; and 2) Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute all necessary documents for the sale of the real property interests to the Highline School District. (00:01:45)

b. Resolution No. 3630, Second Reading and Final Passage. Providing acquisition by purchase and/or condemnation of certain real property located at 14431 Des Moines Memorial Drive South, (King County Tax ID Number 202304-9177) in the City of Burien, Washington, commonly known as the Richard Williams property. (00:01:30)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an amendment to the Rental Car Lease and Concession Agreement to extend the lease term for the rental car companies operating at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport until the opening of the Consolidated Rental Car Facility and modify the Minimum Annual Guarantee requirements during this extended lease term. (00:13:25)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: 1) Spend up to $700,000 on source control planning and studies at Terminal 108; and, 2) Execute a professional service contract to perform source control actions at Terminal 108. (00:17:59)

Oct 12 Special

No Video​

Oct 8 Special

October 8, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:53)

9. Policy Roundtable: Budget Workshop

a. Budget Workshop: Briefing on 2010 Corporate and Capital Development Division Budgets. (01:29:44)

​Oct 6 ​Regular

October 6, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:50)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:02:21)

Approval of minutes for the Regular Meetings of August 11 and 25, 2009; and the Special Meetings of August 18 and 24, 2009.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:37)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order No. 0102 for the Consolidated Rental Car Facility in the amount of $302,885.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue a Change Order No. 0105 for the Consolidated Rental Car Facility, in the amount of $583,570.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Letter of Understanding related to changing the medical plan between the International Union of Operating Engineers Local No. 286 representing Operating Engineers in Aviation Maintenance, and the Port of Seattle.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Resolution 3629. 1) Declaring the real property known as the 3-acre parcel surplus and no longer needed for port district purposes; and 2) Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute all necessary documents for the sale of the real property interests to the Highline School District. (00:10:25)

* First Reading

* Public Hearing

b. Resolution 3630, First Reading. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to acquire by purchase and/or condemnation real property located at 14431 Des Moines Memorial Drive South, Burien, Washington, commonly known as the Richard Williams property. (00:15:03)

9. Policy Roundtable: Budget Workshop

a. Budget Workshop: Aviation, Seaport and Real Estate Operating and Capital Budgets. (02:04:36)

​Oct 6 ​Audit ​No Video