Full Meeting (01:34:50)
Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of April 24, 2012,
and the regular meeting of May 1, 2012.
4. Special Order of Business
c. Recognition of the Port of Seattle Fire Department 2012 Firefighter of the Year.
a. Approval of the claims and obligations for the period of May 1, 2012,
through May 31, 2012, in the amount of $34,422,712.01.
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to authorize design of
the Laptop Power in the Concourses project. This authorization is for
$402,500 out of a total estimated project cost of $2,070,000 (CIP #C800484).
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Pipeline
Easement with Northwest Pipeline GP across the Eastside Rail Corridor
Right-of-Way in Snohomish County to accommodate the installation and
maintenance of an underground natural gas pipeline crossing the Eastside
Rail Corridor Railroad Right-of-Way near railroad Milepost 32.27, near
Maltby in Snohomish County, Washington. The Port will receive $2,500.00
for the easement rights granted.
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) settle claims
filed by RST Enterprises Inc. through authorization of the purchase of
four adjacent tax lots owned by Nick Properties LLC for fair market
value of $1,238,000.00, with closing contingent on release of claims;
and (2) execute all documents necessary for purchase and conveyance of
said property as well as authorize the post-acquisition costs related
to demolition of existing improvements on said property and site
stabilization/restoration in the amount of $362,000 for total authorized
amount of $1,600,000. The terms of the purchase and sale agreement for
which approval is requested shall be as substantially set forth in the
attached agreement; the property proposed for purchase is described in
exhibits A-1, A-2, A-3, and A-4 to the proposed agreement; and the
terms of the release of claims shall be as substantially set forth in
exhibit B to the proposed agreement.
e. Authorization for: (1) additional budget authorization of $400,000,
and (2) approval of project scope change to add two additional fuel
hydrant pits as part of the airline realignment program (CIP #C800472).
f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute up to two
professional services indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contracts
for roofing inspection and design support services for $2,000,000
($1,000,000 each) with a three-year contract ordering period. No funding is associated with this authorization.
g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with design
and preparation of construction documents, project management, and
permitting for the design phase of the Pier 69 Built-up Roof Replacement
Project. The amount of this request is $404,000, bringing the current
authorization for the project to $445,000 for a total estimated project
cost of $2,012,000 (CIP #C800314).
h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an indefinite
delivery, indefinite quantity contract for environmental consulting services
totaling $800,000 with a five-year contract ordering period. There is no
budget request associated with this authorization.
i. Authorization the Chief Executive Officer to prepare, advertise, award,
and execute appropriate contract documents to procure an HVAC system
maintenance service agreement for chillers at Seattle-Tacoma International
Airport. The agreement would be structured to execute a one-year contract
with four one-year service options to be determined annually by the Port.
Total contract cost over the requested five-year period is not to exceed
j. Authorization for the President of the Commission to sign the attached
nomination letter for Mr. John Kriese as Chair of the Neighborsí Advisory
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
a. Motion regarding relief for Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business
Enterprises and other small business at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
b. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3662: A Resolution of
the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring certain real property
located in King County (portions of the Woodinville Subdivision) and any
improvements located thereon surplus and no longer needed for Port purposes,
authorizing its transfer to King County and authorizing the Chief Executive
Officer to execute all documents related to such transfer; and further
authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute a permanent easement
granting King County easement rights over a portion of the Portís freight
section of the Woodinville Subdivision for future recreational trail uses.
The Port will receive $15,000,000 (minus 50 percent of closing costs and a
$1,900,000 credit to King County for the previous acquisition of an easement
over the property to be transferred.
c. First Reading and Public Hearing of Resolution No. 3664: A Resolution of
the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle approving the First Amendment of
the Interlocal Agreement between the City of Auburn and the Port of Seattle
to transfer approximately 55 acre feet of surplus floodplain storage credit
to the City of Auburn and authorizing conveyance of a permanent easement to the City of Auburn. There is no funding associated with this Amendment.
Public Hearing. (00:08:47)
7. Staff Briefings
a. Airport Terminal Development Challenges at Seattle-Tacoma International
Part 1 (00:14:42)
Part 2 (00:33:04)
b. Airline Realignment Update and Briefing on North Seattle-Tacoma
International Airport Renovations (NorthSTAR) Program Budget Restructuring.
8. New Business
a. Public Testimony (00:01:28)
b. Public Testimony (00:01:18)