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July 2010 - September 2010

September 2010

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Sept 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda PDF​
Sept 14 Regular Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Sept 7 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Sept 7 Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Sept 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes PDF​
Sept 14 Regular Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
Sept 7 ​Special​ ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Sept 7 Audit ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
Sept 28 Regular Seattle-Tacomca International Airport Audio​
Sept 14 Regular Pier 69 Audio​
Sept 7 Special​ ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Sept 7 Audit ​Pier 69 ​Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
Sept 28 Regular

September 28, 2010 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:13)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:01:58)

Approval of minutes for the Special Meetings of August 3, 2010 and August 17, ` 2010; and the Regular Meeting of August 10, 2010.

4. Special Order of Business (00:03:19)

a. Swearing in of new Port of Seattle Police Department Officers and Port of Seattle Fire Department Firefighters.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:57)

a. Approval of Claims and Obligations for the period of August 1 through August 31, 2010 in the amount of $41,766,529.23.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) complete design of the entire Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport) Water Isolation Valve Upgrade Project; (2) execute a contract to purchase valves and related equipment; and (3) utilize Port crews to complete installation of the isolation valves in non-secure Airport areas. The amount of this request is $1,149,000. The total cost of the project is estimated to be $2,147,000.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) advertise construction project, (2) execute a contract to purchase timber piling, and (3) execute a construction contract for the replacement of the damaged fender piling at Terminal 18 (T-18) in the amount of $4,724,000, for a total funding authorization of $5,738,000.

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) advertise and award construction contracts; (2) authorize Port Construction Services to perform work for the Terminal 91 Roadway Pavement Project in the amount of $757,000, bringing the total authorized amount of this project to $895,000.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Resolution No. 3642. First Reading, As Amended and Restated. Amending Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements of the Port of Seattle by declaring certain real property surplus and no longer needed for Port district purposes; deleting said property from Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements; and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute all documents necessary to transfer title of the property to the State of Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT). The Port will receive $6,320,021.00 plus interest of approximately $67,095.00 in total compensation for the sale of this property. (00:03:41)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve all work and contracts including executing and amending any and all necessary contracts and service directives to acquire necessary hardware, software, and contract implementation services for the PeopleSoft Financials Upgrade Project in an amount not to exceed $5,000,000. This authorization is for contracting authority only. (00:05:43)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a contract for delivery service of bulk fuel to the Port. The contract is for one year with (4) one year renewal options. Estimated value per year is $750,000 for an estimated not to exceed total of $5,000,000 to allow for future year price escalations. (00:04:30)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Monthly Briefing: Update on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program. (00:15:07)

b. Budget Briefing: All Divisions – Capital Budgets. (01:19:53)

8. New Business

Prebriefing on PFC Bond issuance. (00:07:27)

Sept 14 Regular No Video​
Sept 7 Special​

​September 7, 2010 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:13)

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

Approval of minutes for the Special Meetings of July 13, 2010 and July 27, 2010.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:51)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order Number 001 for the 2010 Airfield Improvement Projects – Contract 2, for a non-compensatory time extension of 353 calendar days to complete the South 160th Street Bridge Removal and Miller Creek Restoration portions of the contract.

b. Authorization to execute an extension to the current Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Port and the International Longshore and Warehouse Workers, Local 9, representing the Aviation Operations and Aviation Security Bargaining Unit; for a ninety (90) day term from July 31, 2010 through October 31, 2010.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to authorize Port Construction Services to perform work in conjunction with small works contractors and issue small works contracts in support of the Concession Unit Readiness Project (CURP) (CIP# C800147) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for $229,000 of a total estimated project cost of $2,087,000. (00:29:53)

b. Authorization for Chief Executive Officer to approve Settlement of Condemnation Action by City of Des Moines to acquire Port property for the South Correctional Entity jail facility. (00:02:12)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on the Port of Seattle Liability Insurance Renewal for 2011. (00:16:35)

b. Capital Improvement Projects Report for the Second Quarter 2010. (00:11:17)

c. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Taxi Service Briefing. See New Business

8. New Business (00:23:05)

Sept 7 Audit ​No Video

August 2010

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Aug 24 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport​ Agenda PDF​
Aug 17 Special​ ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Aug 10 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Aug 3 Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Aug 3 Special Woodinville City Hall ​Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Aug 24 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport​ Minutes PDF​
Aug 17 Special​ ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
Aug 10 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Aug 3 Audit ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Aug 3 Special Woodinville City Hall Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
Aug 24​ Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport​ Audio​
Aug 17 Special​ ​Pier 69 Audio​
Aug 10 ​Regular ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Aug 3 Audit ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Aug 3 Special ​Pier 69 Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
Aug 24 Regular

August 24, 2010 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:05)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:01:34)

Approval of minutes for the Special Meeting of June 22, 2010, at Redmond City Hall, and the Regular Meeting of June 22, 2010 at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:36)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to modify the Terminal-102 Harbor Marina Corporate Center HVAC Replacement project to: 1) add $125,000 to budget to cover increases in costs for equipment, project management, procurement, labor and contracting, and 2) reduce the scope of the project from 65 units to 55 units to facilitate work completion and closing of projects. The total cost of this project is $1,425,000. (CIP# C-800070).

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. The Industrial Corporation of the Port of Seattle: Notice of Special Meeting. (00:01:40)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction bids, award the contract, and construct the Fishermen’s Terminal South Wall Reconstruction Phase IV project for an estimated cost of $4,505,000, bringing the total authorized amount of this project to $5,535,000. This project is funded by the tax levy. (CIP# C-800136) (14:18)

c. Authorization to 1) increase the project budget in the amount of $3,170,000 for construction and construction management for the replacement of the fender piles and fender system on the east section of the Northwest Dock at Fishermen’s Terminal, bringing the total authorized amount of this project to $3,750,000; 2) for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction bids and execute a contract if there are no bid irregularities; and 3) for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a contract to pre-purchase steel piles in the amount of approximately $790,000, which is included in the $3,170,000 request. This project is funded by the tax levy. (CIP# C-800386) (00:10:10)

d. Resolution No. 3642, Second Reading and Final Passage. Amending Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements of the Port of Seattle by declaring certain real property surplus and no longer needed for Port district purposes; deleting Unit 20 from the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvement; and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary to transfer title of the property to the State of Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT). The Port will receive $6,320,021 plus interest of approximately $67,095. In total compensation for the sale of this property. (00:18:25)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Port of Seattle and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, IBEW Local 46, representing Electricians, for the period of June 1, 2010, through May 31, 2012. (00:12:43)

f. Resolution No. 3640, Second Reading and Final Passage. Declaring certain personal property surplus for Port of Seattle purposes: One Port firefighting vehicle, a 1986 Darley Fire Engine, POS #052, Engine #712, is surplus and further declaring that said property should be transferred to the Puget Sound Skills Center in Burien, Washington. (00:04:49)

g. Resolution No. 3641, Second Reading and Final Passage. Declaring certain personal property surplus for Port of Seattle purposes: One Port firefighting vehicle, a 1992 Oshkosh T-3000, POS #824, Truck #762, is surplus and further declaring that said property should be transferred to the Washington State Patrol, Fire Training Academy near North Bend, Washington. (00:05:16)

h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve the design, advertise, and award major construction and small works contracts; to amend previous purchase orders; execute contracts for equipment and material; execute a contract to Puget Sound Energy and authorize utilization of Port Crews for the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport) Temporary Backup Power Project, for a total project authorization of $3,542,000. (WP 104378) (00:07:23)

i. Approval of the Chief Executive Officer’s Calendar Year 2009 Performance Rating of “Outstanding.”(00:36:01)

j. Approval of: 1) the application of the Port of Seattle’s Performance Review, Evaluation and Planning (PREP) Policy and the Pay for Performance compensation guidelines to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) as is the case for all other non-represented employees, and 2) subject to the Commission’s rating of the CEO’s performance as “Outstanding,” approval of an adjustment of the CEO’s salary to be allocated as follows: 2 percent allocated to his base salary and 2 percent as a lump sum payment in accordance with the 2010 Pay for Performance matrix based on his Calendar Year 2009 performance and effective January 1, 2010.(00:01:07)

k. Approval of the Chief Executive Officer’s Goals and Objectives for Calendar Year 2010. (00:08:42)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on Port Jobs’ 2009 Annual Report and Performance. (00:49:34)

b. Monthly Briefing: Update on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility (RCF) Program. (00:14:02)

8. New Business (00:02:19)

​Aug 17 Special​

August 17, 2010 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:02:18)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:52)

Approval of minutes for the Special Meeting of June 8, 2010.

4. Special Order of Business

a. 2010 Port of Seattle Awards. (00:21:19)

7. Staff Briefings

a. 2011 Budget – Key Assumptions and Guidelines Discussion. (00:34:04)

b. 2011 Budget: Aviation Business and Capital Plans. (01:38:01)

c. 2011 Budget: Seaport Business and Capital Plans. (01:23:15)

d. 2011 Budget: Real Estate Business and Capital Plans. (00:37:23)

​Aug 10 Regular​

August 10, 2010 - Streaming Video

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

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:46)

Approval of minutes for the Regular Meeting of June 1, 2010.

4. Special Order of Business

a. Seafair Fleet Week Presentation. (00:13:19)

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

a. Approval of outstanding Claims and Obligations for the period of July 1 through July 31, 2010, in the amount of $49,754,602.91.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: 1) execute the 2010 Aviation wetland mitigation site plant maintenance project; and 2) authorize Port Construction Services to perform work using both Port crews and small works contracts. The total project cost is $390,000. These funds were already authorized in the 2010 operating budget; therefore, no funding is associated with this authorization to perform work.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into and implement a three year Interlocal Agreement (ILA) with the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe for services to assist with coordination of Treaty fishing and commercial vessel access at the Port’s marine terminal facilities. The total cost to implement this agreement is estimated to be $1,260,000. (00:06:43)

b. Resolution 3642, First Reading. Amending Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements of the Port of Seattle by declaring certain real property surplus and no longer needed for Port district purposes; deleting Unit 20 from the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements; and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary to transfer title of the property to the State of Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT). The Port will receive $6,320,000 plus interest of approximately $67,095 in total compensation for the sale of this property. (00:06:32)

1) First Reading of Resolution No. 3642.

2) Public Hearing.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to direct staff to: 1) proceed with project management, design, environmental support, and preparation of 100 percent design level construction documents for the replacement of slot drains, pavement And joint seal at the South Satellite at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; 2) execute and award outside professional service agreements;3) pre-purchase common-use gate equipment; and 4) allow Port Construction Services to self-perform work, advertise for bids, and execute and award small works construction contracts for common use equipment installation. Project costs to accomplish this work are estimated at $394,000; and the total project cost is estimated at $10,500,000 within a total estimated multi-year program of $30,800,000. (00:06:49)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Port of Seattle and the International Association of Firefighters, Local 1257. (00:05:23)

e. Resolution 3640, First Reading. Declaring certain personal property surplus for Port of Seattle purposes: One Port firefighting vehicle, a 1986 Darley Fire Engine, POS #52, Engine #712, is declared surplus and further declaring that said property should be transferred to the Puget Sound Skills Center in Burien, Washington, a specialized secondary technical education program offered by the Highline School District, which includes a Fire Services training program. The estimated value of this transfer is between $7,000 and $9,000. (00:04:04)

f. Resolution 3641, First Reading. Declaring certain personal property surplus for Port of Seattle purposes: One Port firefighting vehicle, a 1992 Oshkosh T-3000, POS #824, Truck #762, is surplus, and further declaring that said property should be transferred to the Washington State Patrol Fire Training Academy located in North Bend, Washington. The estimated value of this transfer is between $35,000 and $50,000. (00:02:31)

g. The Industrial Development Corporation of the Port of Seattle: Notice of Special Meeting. (00:39:54)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Second Quarter Financial Performance Briefing. (01:02:29)

8. New Business (00:12:54)

​Aug 3 Audit

No Video​

Aug 3 Special

August 3, 2010 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:02:31)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:13)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a professional services Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for airport ticket counter, gate podium and other passenger processing casework and infrastructure design services totaling $1,200,000 for three years in support of upcoming capital improvement and expense projects at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. No funding is associated with this authorization. (CIP# C-800276)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute up to eleven Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Service Agreements for services related to construction management, scheduling, estimating, auditing and claims analysis in support of Aviation, Seaport and Real Estate Division construction projects. The not-to-exceed cost for these eleven IDIQ contracts is $7,000,000 for three years. No funding is associated with this authorization request.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to prepare design, permit applications, and bid documents for the replacement of the damaged fender piling at Terminal 18 (T-18) in the amount of $741,000, for a total authorization to date of $1,014,000, and a total estimated project cost of $5,738,000. (00:09:43)

b. Request Port Commission authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: 1) Funding for design, project management and permitting of the upgraded fender system on Pier 91 at Terminal 91 in the amount of $625,000; 2) Construction of initial work to address current operational concerns at the end of this cruise season for up to $500,000; and 3) Pre-purchase of materials for initial construction and purchase of camel barges to be used starting with the 2011 cruise season at a cost not to exceed $1,000,000. The total amount authorized to date including this request is $2,125,000, and the total estimated project cost is $5,700,000. (CIP #C-800183)(00:17:22)

c. Resolution No.3639, First Reading, Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing and ratifying acquisition of that portion of the Woodinville Corridor located in Snohomish County that is reasonably necessary to link the rail services, equipment, and facilities within the port district to an interstate railroad system. (00:07:34)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on an Interlocal Agreement between the Port of Seattle and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe relating to Treaty fishing coordination. (00:06:29)

9. Policy Roundtable (01:06:00)

Introduction: The Importance of Tourism in Washington State

Discussion: What role should the Port of Seattle play in advancing tourism in King County and Washington State? ​

July 2010

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
July 28 ​Special​ The Cove at Normandy Park Agenda PDF​
July 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda PDF​
July 13 Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
July 13 Special ​Pier 69 ​Agenda PDF
July 6 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
July 28 Special​ The Cove at Normandy Park Minutes PDF​
July 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes PDF​
July 13 Audit ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
July 13 Special ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
July 6 Regular ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
July 28 ​Special The Cove at Normandy Park Audio​
July 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio​
July 13 Audit ​Pier 69 ​Audio
July 13 Special ​Pier 69 ​Audio
July 6 Regular ​Pier 69 Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
July 28 Special No Video
July 27 Regular

July 27, 2010 - Streaming Video

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

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:05:49)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) execute a no-cost contract with URS Corporation (URS), the designer-of-record, to design repairs to the C-1 Lift Station Lids, and provide construction support services at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport); and (2) authorize Port Construction Services (PCS) to perform work. If consistent with small works rules, construction may be accomplished with small works contracts and/or PCS crews; otherwise, Airport staff will return for authorization to advertise and award a major construction contract. The estimated total project cost is $315,000 (CIP # C102163).

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a professional services Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for Passenger Loading Bridges Design and Construction Support Services (CIP # C800105 and future CIP’s) totaling $750,000 with a contract ordering period of four (4) years in support of upcoming Capital Improvement Projects at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. No funding is associated with this authorization.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a contract to purchase (1) Truck Chassis Mounted Airless Application Striping Unit for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (to replace the existing paint striping truck purchased as a used piece of equipment in 1997) for a total authorization of $420,000 (CIP # C800354).

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Lease Cancellation Agreement for the Hotel Ground Lease to build a hotel project that failed to receive approval from the Federal Aviation Administration. The Lease was original executed between the Port of Seattle and Sea-Tac Hotel Venture LLC in June 1998. There is no economic impact caused by the cancellation.

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Port of Seattle and the International Association of Firefighters, Local 1257, regarding Title Changes in the previously approved Collective Bargaining Agreement in effect from January 1, 2008, through December 31, 2010.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Port of Seattle and the ILWU Local 9, representing Tour Group Coordinators for the period March 1, 2010, through February 28, 2013. (00:03:52)

b. Authorization to advertise for construction bids, award the contract and construct the Maritime Industrial Center (MIC) Central Seawall Replacement project for an estimated cost of $2,240,000 bringing the total authorized amount of this project to $2,650,000. (CIP #C800175) (00:08:18)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to prepare design documents, execute and amend service agreements; execute and award purchasing contracts; perform contract administration; authorize Port Construction Services to self perform work; and purchase airlines-owned passenger loading bridges at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in support of the Passenger Loading Bridge Project in the amount of $1,663,000 and a total project budget of $6,000,000. (CIP #C800105) (00:09:02)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with design, advertise construction bids, and procure new primary inspection booths for the Federal Inspection Services located at the South Satellite at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for a total estimated project cost of $2,000,000, (CIP #C800174) (00:11:29)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Monthly Briefing: Update on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program. (00:18:53)

8. New Business (00:03:57)

July 13 Audit

No Video​

July 13 Special

July 13, 2010 - Streaming Video

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

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:26)

Approval of minutes for the Special Meeting of May 18, 2010.

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

a. Approval of Claims and Obligations for the period of June 1 through June 30, 2010, in the amount of $47,683,320.24.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute required real estate documents with King County in connection with the South Park Bridge Replacement Project, including a permanent aquatic easement in favor of King County over certain Port of Seattle property with an estimated value at $534,132.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to accept a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); to solicit, execute, award and amend outside professional services agreements; to procure associated software; and perform contract administration for Phase Three of the Safety Management System (SMS) Pilot Study at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for an estimated total cost of $666,667, comprised of $500,000 from the FAA grant and $166,667 from Airport funds.

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to write off outstanding accounts receivables in the amount of $337,171.36 owed to the Port by Western Cartage.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute consultant agreements and service directives to accomplish work proposed for the Terminal 91 planning project and to develop a Real Estate strategy to improve, maintain and update Port of Seattle facilities to meet new market demands at Terminal 91, in the amount of $275,000. The total estimated project cost is $400,000. (00:18:30)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to pre-purchase long-lead construction materials, advertise for construction bids, award the contract and construct the North Harbor Island Mooring Dolphins project (CIP No. #C800182) for an estimated cost of $1,850,000 bringing the total authorized amount to $2,350,000. (00:02:36)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute consultant services contracts amendments and service directives; to provide construction support and permit compliance services; advertise for bids; and award major construction contracts for the Terminal 5 Maintenance Dredging Phase I project, for a total of up to $1,300,000, bringing the total authorized amount to $1,980,000. (00:14:09)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Emergency Declaration at Fishermen’s Terminal. (00:07:30)

b. Airport Concessions Status Report and Development Plans. (00:30:51)

July 6 Regular No Video