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October 2010 - December 2010

December 2010

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

No Video​

Dec 7 Audit​ No Video​
Dec 7 Special​

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)

November 2010

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Nov 30 ​Special Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Nov 23 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
Nov 9 Special ​Pier 69 ​Agenda PDF
Nov 2 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Nov 2 ​Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Nov 2​ ​Special ​Seattle Central Maritime Academy ​Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Nov 30 ​Special Pier 69                                            Minutes PDF​
Nov 23 Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
Nov 9 Special ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Nov 2 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Nov 2 ​Audit ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
​Nov 2 ​Special ​Seattle Central Maritime Academy ​Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
Nov 30​ ​Special Pier 69 Audio​
Nov 23 Regular ​Pier 69 Audio​
​Nov 9 ​Special ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Nov 2 ​Regular ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Nov 2 Audit ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Nov 2 Special ​Pier 69 Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
Nov 30 Special

November 30, 2010 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:36)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:37)

Approval of minutes for the Regular Meeting of October 5, 2010, and the Special Meeting of October 12, 2010.

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

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute Change Order No. 001 for the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport) Central Mechanical Plant Ethernet Controls Upgrade Contract, for a non-compensatory time extension of 365 calendar days to complete the Ethernet Upgrade of the Central Mechanical Plant.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction bids, award and execute the contract and construct a new roofing system on the South End of the Main Terminal at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport). The amount of this request is $2,520,000, with a total cost of the project estimated to be $2,640,000. (00:09:59)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a proposed Easement Utility Agreement, substantially as described in this memorandum, with Seattle City Light for an area covering approximately 400 square feet, for the installation of switching equipment supporting the electrical infrastructure at Terminal 46. (00:20:26)

c. Resolution No. 3647, Second Reading and Final Passage. 2011 Salary and Benefit Resolution. Establishing jobs, pay grades, salaries, allowances and adjustments for Port employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement; authorizing and establishing conditions in connection with the following benefits: Social Security; Industrial Insurance; Unemployment Compensation; Military Leave; Retirement; Compensated Leave, including Civic Duty, Bereavement Leave, Holidays, Paid Time Off/Extended Illness Leave, Shared Leave, and Awarded Time; Insurance Benefits, including Medical, Dental, Life and Long-Term Disability; and authorizing this resolution to be effective on January 1, 2011 and repealing all prior resolutions dealing with the same subject, including Resolution No. 3633. (00:56:05)

d. Resolution No. 3645, Second Reading and Final Passage. Adopting the final budget of the Port of Seattle for the year 2011; making, determining, and deciding the amount of taxes to be levied upon the current assessment roll; 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 2011. (00:39:02)

Public Hearing

Second Reading and Final Passage.

e. Request Commission ratification of budget increase from $160,000 to $430,000, for the Security Checkpoint Optimization Project. (00:07:06)

7. Staff Briefing

a. Monthly Briefing: Rental Car Facility Update. (00:14:59)

b. Briefing on Port of Seattle Police Department participation in FBI’s Operation Cross Country. (00:16:08)

8. New Business (00:06:47)

​Nov 23 ​Regular No Video​
​Nov 9 Special​

November 9, 2010 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:16)

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

a. Approval of Outstanding Claims and Obligations for the period October 1 through October 31, 2010, in the amount of $48,754,347.58.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve an additional $29,000 for the Fire Department Medical Aid and Airfield Firefighting Vehicles to allow the purchase and installation of essential thermal imaging equipment and their electrical chargers. The original project was approved for $1,095,000; the supplementary funds ($29,000) would increase the authorized amount to $1,124,000.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a five-year lease, with an option to renew for one additional five-year term at fair market rate, substantially as drafted in the attached lease document and according to the terms laid out in this memorandum with Miller & Miller Boatyard Company, Inc. at the Maritime Industrial Center. (00:09:58)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to increase the amount of the At-Berth Clean Fuels (ABC Fuels) Vessel Incentive Program by $110,250, for a total 2010 annual program budget of $971,750 to cover participation by the projected number of qualifying vessels visits for the remainder of the year. (00:11:45)

c. Resolution No. 3646, Second Reading and Final Passage. Declaring surplus and no longer needed for Port District purposes 2.84 acres of Port-owned real property located in the City of Des Moines, Washington, and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary to transfer title of the property to the City of Des Moines for $743,334 and amend the Comprehensive Scheme to reflect that the property is surplus to the needs of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and is hereby deleted from Unit No. 18. (00:01:35)

d. Resolution No. 3647, First Reading. 2011 Salary and Benefit Resolution. Establishing jobs, pay grades, salaries, allowances and adjustments for port employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement; authorizing and establishing conditions in connection with the following benefits: Social Security, Industrial Insurance, Unemployment Compensation, Military Leave; Retirement; Compensated Leave, including Civic Duty, Bereavement Leave, Holidays, Paid Time Off/Extended Illness Leave, Shared Leave, and Awarded Time; Insurance Benefits, including Medical, Dental, Life and Long-Term Disability; and authorizing this resolution to be effective on January 1, 2011 and repealing all prior resolutions dealing with the same subject, including Resolution No. 3633. (00:51:23)

e. Resolution No. 3645, Adopting the final budget of the Port of Seattle for the year 2011; making, determining, and deciding the amount of taxes to be levied upon the current assessment roll; 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 2011. First Reading of Resolution No. 3645. Public Hearing. (00:30:42)

8. New Business (00:03:59)

​Nov 2 Regular​

November 2, 2010 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:14)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:07:03)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve and execute lease assignment documents relating to the Terminal 86 Grain Terminal, including the assignment of the current Lease and Construction Agreement, as amended, and the assignment of a related Improvement Agreement between the Port of Seattle and Louis Dreyfus Corporation. Both Agreements would be assigned to Louis Dreyfus Commodities Seattle Export Elevator LLC and would be guaranteed by a new holding company, Louis Dreyfus Commodities LLC. There is no cost associated with this assignment.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Request that the Port of Seattle Commission either:

(A) Exercise its authority under RCW 53.19.020(5) and (1) determine that a competitive solicitation process is not appropriate or cost effective with the nonprofit organization Port Jobs; and (2) authorize the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a three-year contract with Port Jobs from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2013, with an option to renew for two one-year option years at the discretion of the Port to perform job training, placement programs, pre-apprenticeship training and educational programs for a total cost with both options exercised for an estimated total cost of $4,045,953.20.;

OR

(B) Authorize the CEO to execute a three year contract with a qualified nonprofit organization following a competitive procurement process through a Request for Proposal with an option to renew for two one-year option years at the discretion of the Port to perform workforce development, including job training, pre-apprenticeship training and educational programs associated with Port of Seattle tenants and customers and the Port’s economic development mission for an estimated total cost of $4,045,953.20. This option would require authorization for the continuation of the current Port Jobs contract on a month-to-month basis, until a new contract is executed, including any necessary transition time to ensure uninterrupted services. (00:27:34)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an Agreed Order with the Washington State Department of Ecology for the completion of remediation investigation actions at Terminal 115 North for an estimated cost of $1,000,000. (00:11:17)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) professional services contract for design services i n the amount of $400,000 in support of anticipated capital improvement projects related to the South Satellite Concessions Project (CIP # C-800412) and the Gate Lobby Projects (CIP #C-800466) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. No funding is associated with this authorization. (00:05:02)

d. (1) Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary to acquire title to all the abandoned streets within the Des Moines Creek Business Park (DMCBP) site from the City of Des Moines (City) and the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) in an amount not to exceed $3,200,000; and, (2) Resolution No. 3646, First Reading. Declaring surplus and no longer needed for Port District purposes 2.84 acres of Port-owned real property located in the City of Des Moines, Washington, and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary to transfer title of the property to the City of Des Moines for $743,334 and amend the Comprehensive Scheme to reflect that the property is surplus to the needs of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and is hereby deleted from Unit No. 18. First Reading of Resolution No. 3646. Public Hearing. (00:11:08)

e. Resolution No. 3644, Second Reading and Final Passage. Declaring certain Port of Seattle personal property surplus and no longer needed for its intended Port purpose and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to take all necessary steps to arrange for the sale of this surplus personal property by public auction or other legal means and to execute all documents necessary to accomplish this disposal in accordance with Revised Code of Washington 53.08.090. (00:02:09)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Update on the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Project and Review of the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement. (01:09:36)

b. Briefing on the Cruise Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) – Proposed Options for an MOU Amendment Process. (00:24:22)

c. 2011 Salary and Benefit Resolution Briefing. (00:39:59)

d. Budget Roundtable Discussion. (01:15:59)

1) Tax Levy Follow-Up Discussion.

2) Preliminary Budget Update.

​Nov 2 Audit

No Video​

Nov 2 Special ​No Video

October 2010

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Oct 26 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda PDF​
Oct 12 Special​ Renton City Council Chambers Agenda PDF​
Oct 5 Audit ​Pier 69 ​Agenda PDF
Oct 5 ​​Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Oct 26 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes PDF​
Oct 12 Special​ Renton City Council Chambers Minutes PDF​
Oct 5 Audit ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Oct 5 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
Oct 26 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airpot Audio​
Oct 12 Special Renton City Council Chambers Audio​
Oct 5 Audit ​Pier 69 ​Audio
Oct 5 ​​Regular ​Pier 69 ​Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
Oct 26 Regular

October 26, 2010 - Streaming Video 

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

3. Approval of Minutes (00:01:33)

Approval of minutes for the regular meetings of September 7, 2010, and September 28, 2010.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:45)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new Memorandum of Understanding between the Port of Seattle and the HOD Carriers and General Laborers Union Local 242, to authorize the Marine Maintenance Clean Team, janitorial service, to take their holiday breaks on alternate days, within the same pay period. There is no anticipated additional cost to implement this practice.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Request Commission authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) prepare designs; (2) authorize the use of Port work crews; and (3) execute and amend contracts for materials, abatement, equipment, work, and services to move the Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) project forward. Request initial Commission authorization of $1,510,000 for the EGSE project that is ultimately expected to cost approximately $44,410,000. (Charging Stations (New Infrastructure) – CIP #C800335; EGSE Rolling Stock (New Vehicles) – CIP #C800457). (00:25:55)

b. Resolution No. 3644, First Reading. Declaring certain Port of Seattle personal property surplus and no longer needed for its intended Port purpose and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to take all necessary steps to arrange for the sale of this surplus personal property by public auction or other legal means and to execute all documents necessary to accomplish its disposal in accordance with the Revised Code of Washington 53.08.090. The estimated resale value of the personal property is $104,500. (00:02:11)

c. Resolution 3643, Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing the sale and issuance Passenger Facility Charge Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2010A and 2010B, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $165,000,000 (preliminary) for the purpose of refunding for interest cost saving a portion of existing Passenger Facility Charge Revenue Bonds. (00:03:46)

d. Approval of the revised Audit Committee Charter and a review of the Audit Committee’s work in 2009 and 2010. (00:15:58)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Part 150 Aircraft Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study Update. (00:29:43)

b. Monthly Update: Briefing on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program. (00:19:41)

c. Budget Briefing: Draft Plan of Finance. (00:17:05)

d. Tax Levy Follow-Up Briefing. (01:17:27)

8. New Business

Public Testimony by Fred Felleman. (00:04:29)

Pre-Briefing by David Soike. (00:06:02)

Oct 12 Special​

October 12, 2010 - Streaming Video 

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

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:58)

a. Approval of Claims and Obligations for the period of September 1 through 30, 2010, in the amount of $45,575,442.61.

b. Request authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to direct staff to proceed with the construction phase of the Terminal 91 Waterline Replacement Project by (1) funding the remaining work in the amount of $3,555,000, bringing the total project authorization to $4,255,000; (2) purchasing materials necessary for the construction, and using Port Construction Services (PCS) and Maintenance to self-perform majority of the construction work; and (3) using existing or new small works construction contracts to implement the remaining work. (CIP #800298)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to amend the Professional Service Agreement with Floyd/Snider for environmental investigation and evaluation for remediation methods for the Lora Lake Apartments Site in the amount of $950,000 (to increase the contract from $1,555,315 to $2,505,315) and to provide notification to the Port of Seattle Commission, in accordance with RCW 53.19.060, that the amended amount exceeds 50% of the original contract amount.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. (1) Commission determination that a competitive solicitation process is not appropriate or cost effective for the contract with SLR International corporation for environmental consulting associated with the Agreement Regarding Groundwater Monitoring Costs at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Agreement), a multi-party agreement between the Port of Seattle, Delta Airlines and, collectively, the Rent-A-Car companies, and (the contract) is therefore exempt from the competitive requirements of RCW 53.19.020; and (2) authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute (a) the Agreement consistent with the Model Toxics Control Act Agreed Order Groundwater Study, and (b) a contract with SLR International Corporation, as one of five parties, for environmental consulting services for groundwater monitoring consistent with the Agreement, for an estimated cost of $132,800 of which the Port of Seattle’s allocated share is 25.5% or $33,864. (00:06:35)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing by the Washington State Transportation Commission on Washington Transportation Plan (WTP) 2030. (00:56:37)

b. Briefing on the Lower Duwamish Waterway Feasibility Study.(01:20:23)

c. Tax Levy Briefing (00:48:20)

Oct 5 Audit

No Video​

Oct 5 ​Regular

October 5, 2010 - Streaming Video

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

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:30)

Approval of minutes for the Regular Meeting of August 24, 2010.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:11:55)

a. Authorization to execute three perpetual, nonexclusive easements (Bulkhead Panel and Retaining Wall Maintenance Easement, a Public Access Easement, and a Storm Water Drainage Facilities Easement) that the Port of Seattle will grant to the City of Seattle to meet certain conditions imposed by the City for the vacation of Submerged South Forest Street.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to amend the existing Main Lease #000307 (“Lease”) of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), represented and negotiated by the General Services Administration (GSA), extending the Lease term for three (3) years, for a total estimated rent over the term of the extension of $2,886,439.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to extend the contract for Financial Statement, Single Audit (federal grant compliance) and Passenger Facility Charge auditing services of the Port’s 2010 operating period with Moss Adams in the amount not-to-exceed $577,600. This is the fifth and final renewal of this contract. This action also notifies Commission, per the requirements of RCW 53.19.60 that authorization of this proposed Amendment increases the contract value by $577,600 to $2,965,200 which is in excess of the original contract value both individually and cumulatively greater than 50% of the original contract price of $551,000.

d. 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 (1) purchase and implement information technology (IT) hardware and software for the Police Records Management System Replacement Project in an amount not to exceed $1,300,000 and (2) purchase ongoing annual support and software license fees for the life of the system.

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve all work and contracts, including executing and amending any and all necessary contracts and service directives for the Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2010 upgrade project (CIP #C800395), in an amount not to exceed $500,000.

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Memorandum of Agreement between the Port of Seattle and the Teamsters Local 117 representing Bus Drivers and Parking Service Revenue Representatives regarding the Use of Sick Leave for Medical/Dental Appointments.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Resolution 3643, First Reading. Authorizing the sale and issuance Passenger Facility Charge Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2010 in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $165,000,000 (preliminary) for the purpose of refunding for interest cost saving a portion of existing Passenger Facility Charge Revenue Bonds. (00:06:50)

b. Resolution No. 3642. Second Reading and Final Passage, 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. (00:01:29)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on the extension of the letter of credit provided by Bank of America in support of $100,000,000 of the Port’s commercial paper program. (00:28:44)

b. 2011 Preliminary Operating Budget Briefing. (03:43:06)

8. New Business (00:12:21)