a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Memorandum of Lease Termination for Republic Airlines dba Midwest Airlines Signatory Lease Operating Agreement (SLOA).
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute this new Memorandum of Understanding between the Port of Seattle and Local #32 to memorialize the Port of Seattle’s exemption from specific sections of the outside agreement that confer priority working conditions and benefits to the Shop Steward.
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute all necessary documents to acquire by purchase King County Parcel 202304-9013 owned by Seattle City Light located at 15002 8th Ave. South, Burien, WA. for $178,212.00 with a total cost of $239,212.00.
d. Authorization, by motion, for the Chief Executive Officer to sell and convey Port District personal property of $10,000 or less in value for 2011 in accordance with RCW 53.08.090.
e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer authorize both design services and the use of Port Crews in support of the Additional South Satellite Gate Lobby Space Project at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for $414,000 of a total estimated project cost of $1,257,000.
a. Request Commission authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: 1) proceed with the Federal Inspection Service (FIS) Mid-Term Improvements Phase 1 project (C-#800426) for planning and pre-design work in the amount of $475,000 for this project; and, 2) execute a contract for design work related to the FIS Mid-Term Phase 1 Improvement project for an estimated cost of $3,500,000. No funding is associated with this element of the request. The total estimated project cost for this entire project is estimated at $31,700,000. (00:10:26)
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: 1) move forward with completing with completing the design of the Concourse D Common Use Expansion Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport as outlined in this memorandum; 2) advertise and execute a major construction contract; 3) execute contracts to purchase seating and passenger processing equipment; 4) execute and/or amend software and maintenance contracts for the Concourse D Common Use Expansion project; and 5) utilize Port Crews for abatement and other work. The total amount of this request is $4,250,000, and the total project cost is $4,250,000. This request seeks a single Commission authorization to move forward with design, advertisement and execution of a major construction contract (C-#800455). (00:27:42)
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to amend the Walker Parking Consultants Professional Service Agreement up to $350,000 for design support during construction. This memorandum provides notification to the Port of Seattle Commission in accordance with RCW 53.19.060 that the amended amount exceeds 50% of the original contract not to exceed value of $100,000.00. With the execution of this amendment, the value of the Walker Amendment would be $31,468,610 and the completion date would be extended to July 31, 2012. No new funding is requested to amend this agreement as funds have been previously authorized in the Rental Car Facility program budget. (00:14:19)
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute (i) a Temporary Construction Easement (TCE) granting the City of Seattle the right to use a portion of Elliott Bay Park during the construction of its West Thomas Street Overpass Project for an estimated ten months beginning April, 2011; and ii) a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the City of Seattle providing for certain improvements to Elliott Bay Park as consideration for the Port granting the Temporary Construction Easement. The cash value of the Temporary Construction Easement is estimated at approximately $120,000, and the cost of the park improvements to be provided by the City of Seattle is estimated at $150,000 to $200,000. (00:05:06)
e. Resolution 3648. First Reading. Authorizing the issuance and sale of General Obligation (G.O.) Taxable Bonds and 2011 Refunding Bonds in an amount estimated at $117 million (including cost of issuance). (00:15:01)
f. Resolution 3649. First Reading. Declaring surplus approximately 3,350 square feet, 25 feet in width, of Port-owned real property formerly owned by BNSF, commonly known as the Woodinville Subdivision, located in Bellevue, Washington; and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary to transfer title of the property to plaintiffs Ao-Zhou via quitclaim deed as part of settlement of an adverse possession lawsuit filed on December 11, 2009. (00:18:12)
Items 6g and 6h were done as a single presentation.
g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a contract for medical claims administration services related to the self-funded Port-sponsored medical plan. The contract will have a maximum value of $7,000,000 and a maximum term of five years. The Port plans to enter into an initial agreement for three years with an option for two one-year extensions. The Port requires this agreement to manage the Port-sponsored self-funded medical plan.
h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a contract for dental claims administration services related to the self-funded Port- sponsored dental plan. The contract will have a maximum value of $650,000 and a maximum term of five years. The Port plans to enter into an initial agreement for three years with an option for two one-year extensions. The Port requires this agreement to manage the Port sponsored self-funded medical plan. (00:06:58)
i. Request Commission authorization of the 2011 International Travel Plan. (00:02:55)