December 7, 2010 - Streaming Video
1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:47)
4. Special Order of Business (00:00:26)
Acknowledgement of Donna Wynn's final day as Record's Supervisor.
5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:45)
a. Approval of Claims and Obligations for the period of November 1 through November 30, 2010, in the amount of $42,484,210.65.
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute appropriate contract documents to continue receiving software and hardware maintenance services for the Noise Programs flight tracking and noise monitoring system for annual payments of $189,000 plus inflation and sales tax for up to five years for total payments of $1,100,000.
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an amendment to the professional service contract (OTAK P-00314472) that supports the implementation of the Port’s Municipal Stormwater Permit and other stormwater support services. This request is to add $1,509,000 to this contract for a maximum of $4,184,000 in order to continue the ongoing permit compliance work. The cumulative amendments exceed 50 percent of the value of the initial contract, and in accordance with RCW 53.19.060, this memo constitutes notification to the Commission.
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into an Interlocal Agreement (ILA) with the Port of Tacoma to share costs for Port of Tacoma staff on assignment from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Marine Fisheries Service, to assist with fish and wildlife habitat evaluations required for federal authorization of port development, operation, and maintenance projects and actions. No new funding is requested.
e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into the following Memoranda of Agreement with 1) the Department of the Army that establishes the mutual framework governing the respective responsibilities of the parties for acceptance and expenditure of funds contributed by the Port to expedite the evaluation of permits under the jurisdiction of the Army as allowed by Section 214 of the Federal Water Resources Development Act, and 2) the City of Seattle Department of Planning and Development (DPD) that establishes respective responsibilities of the parties for the acceptance and expenditure of funds contributed by the Port to expedite the evaluation of land use actions under the jurisdiction of the City. No new funding is requested.
f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a settlement agreement with Terry Miller related to personal injuries suffered in the course of construction at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a settlement agreement resolving the matter of Navlet v. Port of Seattle, a class action lawsuit filed by former employees of the Port of Seattle warehouse seeking continuing health and welfare benefits.
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
a. Approve the sale and conveyance to Puget Sound Energy of those certain permanent easement rights to the Woodinville Subdivision rail corridor substantially as described in Exhibit B and Exhibit C to the Easement Purchase and Sale Agreement and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary for sale and conveyance of said easement rights.
Part One (00:05:53)
Part Two (00:02:03)
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an Interlocal Agreement (ILA) with King County, in substantially the form attached, in connection with the South Park Bridge Replacement Project, including financial participation and property easements in favor of King County over certain Port of Seattle property with a total combined estimated value of $5,000,000. This action will commit the payment of funds from the Port for the South Park Bridge in 2012 and 2013. (00:35:03)
c. Authorization for 1) spending $15,000,000 in 2011 for Environmental Remediation Liability; and 2) obligating $16,200,000 in 2011 for work that will be performed in later years; and 3) Commission approval of the five-year spending plan of $67,960,000 for the Environmental Remediation Program for Seaport, Real Estate and Airport for 2011 through 2015. (00:03:19)
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a Job Order Contract (JOC) for sound insulation services for up to 40 single family residential properties and 37 single family residential properties requiring replacement windows in the Safety Program located in the existing Noise Remedy Program Boundary around Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Estimated value for the work under this contract is $3,830,448 and includes funding from the previously authorized Window Safety project and the new funding authorized by this request. The amount of this request for the Single Family Insulation Program is $2,462,751, bringing the total authorization to date to $4,947,395. In the event Job Order Contract resources are unavailable, the Port will contract the work via lump sum bids utilizing small works contractors. (CIP #200093 and CIP #200035) (00:14:31)
NOTE: Items 6e and 6f will be considered in conjunction with Item 7b.
e. Seattle Port Commission Motion in support of the Federal Clean Ports Act of 2010.
f. Seattle Port Commission Motion to consider alternative plans for improving the Port’s drayage truck fleet, including accelerating truck emission standards no later than 2013.
7. Staff Briefings
a. Briefing on King County Proposal for Locating Combined-Sewer Overflow Facility on Port of Seattle Property. (00:24:47)
b. Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy Implementation Status.
Part One - Remarks from City Council Members Nick Licata and Mike O'Brien (00:11:13)
Part Two (02:45:20)
NOTE: Two Commission motions will be considered after the Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy Implementation Status briefing. See Items 6e and 6f.
c. Seaport Division Refocusing Effort. (00:13:18)
d. Capital Improvement Projects Report for the Third Quarter 2010. (00:07:53)