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June 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
June 26 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
June 18 Special King County Courthouse Notice
June 12 Regular Pier 69 CANCELLED
June 12 Audit Pier 69 Agenda
June 5 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
June 5 Audit Pier 69 CANCELLED
June 4 Special World Trade Center Notice
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
June 26 Regular​ Seattle-Tacoma International Airport​ Minutes
June 18 Special​ King County Courthouse​ Minutes
June 12 Regular​ Pier 69​ CANCELLED​
June 12 Audit​ Pier 69​ Minutes
June 5 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
June 5 Audit Pier 69 CANCELLED
June 4 Special World Trade Center Minutes
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
June 26 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4
June 18 Special King County Courthouse No Audio Available
June 12 Regular Pier 69 CANCELLED
June 12 Audit Pier 69 Audio
June 5 Regular Pier 69 Audio
June 5 Audit Pier 69 CANCELLED
June 4 Special World Trade Center No Audio Available
Date Meeting Type
June 26 Regular

Full Meeting (01:34:50)

 

 
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:32)

 

 
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
 
a. 2012 Fly Quiet Awards(00:05:33)
 

c. Recognition of the Port of Seattle Fire Department 2012 Firefighter of the Year

(00:04:43)
 
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 
$1,970,000. 
 
j. Authorization for the President of the Commission to sign the attached 
nomination letter for Mr. John Kriese as Chair of the Neighborsí Advisory 
Committee. 
 
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. 
(00:03:54)
 
 
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. 
(00:07:25)
 
 
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.

 First Reading.

 Public Hearing. (00:08:47)

 

 
7. Staff Briefings
a. Airport Terminal Development Challenges at Seattle-Tacoma International 
Airport.
 
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. 
(00:09:18)
 
 

 

8. New Business
a. Public Testimony (00:01:28)
 
b. Public Testimony (00:01:18)
 

 

June 18 Special Full Meeting (01:34:04)
June 5 Regular Full Meeting (02:34:38)
1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:46)
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:29)
Approval of the minutes of the regular meetings of April 3, 2012,
and April 10, 2012.
4. Special Order of Business
a. Commission Activities Report. (00:02:23)
b. Reserve Sailor of the Year: Sergeant Doug Newman, Port of Seattle Police Department.
(00:09:32)
5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:56)
a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a lease
for a five year and two month term substantially as drafted in
Attachment 1 and according to the terms laid out in this memorandum
at a fair market rate, with Wounded Warrior Project at Pier 66 and
to reimburse the tenant in an amount not to exceed $137,284 for
tenant improvements of $112,769 and the brokerage commission of
$24,515.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute one two-year
lease option as provided for in the Lease and Concession Agreement with
Massage Bar Inc. The total lease term, if the option is exercised, is
seven years.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute one two-year
lease option as provided for in the lease and concession agreement with
butter LONDON Inc. The total lease term, if the option is exercised, is
seven years.

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to authorize all work,
execute indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts and
all service directives and amendments for personal services to support
the concession tenant-funded joint concession marketing program. The
total combined value of all of these procurements is estimated at $1.75
million for contracts whose terms range from three to five years in
duration.

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute indefinite
delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts for environmental site
management support services for both the Seaport Environmental and
Aviation Environmental programs. Four IDIQ contracts will be issued for
the not-to-exceed amount of $1,500,000 each with a three-year contract
ordering period for a total maximum value of $6,000,000. No funding is
associated with this authorization.

f. Ratification of Port of Seattle actions related to purchasing
contracted airport snow removal services at Seattle-Tacoma International
Airport during the snow and ice storm the week of January 15, 2012.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute a lease and concession agreement with McDonald’s Corporation to operate a restaurant in a currently vacant location on Concourse B for a term of 12 years. The draft lease (Exhibit E) is not necessarily the final version and is subject to negotiation within the stated parameters
provided in this memorandum. (00:23:31)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: A: For CIP #C800412, (1) advertise for construction bids and execute construction contracts and (2) execute contracts to purchase furnishings and casework for the South Satellite Concessions Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport). This authorization is for $2,185,700 of a total estimated project cost of $2,535,700; and, B: For CIP #C800466, (1) advertise for construction bids and execute construction contracts and (2) execute contracts to purchase furnishings and casework for the South Satellite Additional Gate Lobby Project at the Airport. This authorization is for $930,000 of a total estimated project cost of
$1,344,000. The total combined authorization request for both projects is for $3,115,700 of a total combined estimated project cost of $3,879,700. (00:11:22)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute substantially consistent with the terms described in this memorandum: (i) a ground lease and related agreements with Puget Sound Energy, Inc. (PSE) and Benaroya Capital Co. LLC or an affiliated entity (Benaroya); and (ii) a Second Development Agreement with the City of Des Moines (City), including authorization to pay the City $6 million to fully satisfy all frontage improvements in-lieu fees that will become due as the Des Moines Creek Business Park (DMCBP) site is developed. The Port’s actual out-of-pocket expenses from the proposed ground lease are anticipated to total approximately $545,000. The Port will also provide rent credits to PSE in an amount not to exceed $1.836 million for stormwater and street improvements benefitting both PSE’s leased premises and the larger DMCBP site that Benaroya will construct as part of the project.
(00:01:57)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) utilize 0.16 acres (6,900 square feet) of Port-owned commercial waterway district property for shoreline rehabilitation project in the Duwamish Waterway in conjunction with 0.17 acres (7,450 square feet) of City of Seattle right-of-way on South Riverside Drive; (2) obtain permit approvals for shoreline rehabilitation project; and (3) approve the expenditure of funds from Washington State Department of Transportation for use by Port crews to construct a shoreline rehabilitation project for an estimated construction cost of $250,000 which will be reimbursed 100 percent with state funds. This project is being accomplished through
an existing contract with the Washington State Department of Transportation, which expires on December 31, 2012. (00:09:52)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to change the scope of this previously authorized project as follows: (1) remove the replacement of the passenger loading bridge (PLB) at Gate N3 as originally authorized; (2) proceed with design, purchase and installation of one new PLB and associated fixed walkway section at Gate S3; and (3) add the refurbishment of the fixed walkway section at Gate S12 at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. No new budget is requested in association with these actions (CIP #C800267). (00:05:35)

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with design, permitting, and project management for recommended Option 3 for the Fishermen’s Terminal (FT) Net Sheds Buildings Code Compliance Improvements in the amount of $650,000. Staff will return to Commission at the end of 2012 with additional design and cost information including construction
details. The preliminary estimated total project cost is $4,700,000 for 7 net shed buildings to $6,000,000 for all nine net shed buildings per the recommended storage Option #3. (00:54:29)

g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) memorializing the pension rehabilitation plan agreement between the Port of Seattle and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union No. 46 representing Electronic Technicians effective upon execution, and retroactive to December 1, 2011, through May 31, 2014. The total overall additional cost to the Port for
the term of this MOU is $57,867 covering all employees. (00:05:04)

h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Port of Seattle and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local Union No. 117 representing Non-Sworn Supervisors effective March 26, 2012, through December 31, 2013. The MOU modifies the Non-Sworn Supervisors Collective Bargaining Agreement – Police Administrative Supervisor Hours of Work, Meal Period, and Wages.
The total additional estimated cost to the Port for the MOU is $11,391.81 over the twenty-one (21) month period. (00:02:36)

i. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3663: A Resolution
of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle restating the Port of Seattle Statement of Investment Policy; authorizing its implementation by the Treasurer of the Port and Repealing Resolutions No. 3569 and No. 3589 in their entirety. (00:01:50)

7. Staff Briefings
a. Briefing on the Port Property Insurance Renewal for the Policy Year Beginning on July 1, 2012. (00:10:40)

8. New Business
a. Public Testimony (00:11:45)
June 5 Audit CANCELLED
June 4 Special No Video Available

May 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
May 22 Special Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda REVISED
May 22 Special Joint Meeting Pier 69 Notice
May 15 Audit Committee Pier 69 Agenda
May 8 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
May 1 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
May 1 Audit Committee Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
May 22 Special Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
May 22 Special Joint Meeting Pier 69 Minutes
May 15 Audit Committee Pier 69 Minutes
May 8 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
May 1 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
May 1 Audit Committee Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
May 22 Special Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio
May 22 Special Joint Meeting Pier 69 Audio
May 15 Audit Committee Pier 69 Audio
May 8 Regular Pier 69 Audio
May 1 Regular Pier 69 Audio Part 1, Part 2
May 1 Audit Committee Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type
May 22 Special

Full Meeting (02:15:12)

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:02:40)

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

Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of March 27, 2012.

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

a. Approval of the claims and obligations for the period of April 1 to
April 30, 2012, in the amount of $39,067,621.61.

b. Ratification of critical work performed during the snow and ice storm
in January 2012 and authorization for the CEO to execute a three year contract
for snow removal services starting October 2012. (ITEM WITHDRAWN)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) execute services
agreements; (2) prepare full design documents; and (3) allow Port Construction
Services to perform work for the Rental Car Deactivation and Remediation
Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for a total cost of $1,244,000.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. First Reading 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 Port’s 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.

First Reading.

Public Hearing.
(00:18:57)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) execute the South Link Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Sound Transit to establish the real property, financial, design, and construction arrangements regarding the South Link Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; (2) execute all other necessary documents and take all necessary actions to fulfill the terms of the MOA; and (3) spend up to $2,600,000 in expense funds for Port of Seattle staff and consultant time spent in support of this project as outlined in the MOA. These funds will be fully reimbursed to the Port by Sound Transit. (00:07:58)

c. Authorization (1) to authorize the use of Port Construction Services crews in support of design development; and (2) for the Chief Executive Officer to authorize full design for the C60 - C61 BHS Modifications project. The total amount of this request is $1,789,000 and the total projected program cost is $10,969,000 (CIP #C800168). (00:16:04)

d. First Reading of Resolution No. 3663: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle restating the Port of Seattle Statement of Investment Policy; authorizing its implementation by the Treasurer of the Port and Repealing Resolutions No. 3569 and No. 3589 in their entirety. (00:10:45)

e. Authorization (1) to increase scope and budget for the Doug Fox Lot Service Upgrades project at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport parking lot to include resurfacing, lighting, building, and road signage; and (2) for the Chief Executive Officer to execute utility agreements; and prepare full design documents for the project in an amount not to exceed $768,000. An amount of $5,095,000 will be added to an earlier authorization of $1,028,000 for storm drainage work for a total new project budget of $6,123,000 (CIP #C800451). (00:21:21)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Final Monthly Briefing – Update on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program. (00:20:52)

b. Capital Improvement Projects for the First Quarter, 2012. (00:04:59)

c. Trip Report: The Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce International Study Mission to Chile with a stop-over in Panama. (00:22:14)

8. New Business

a. Update on the schedule for the Part 150 process. (00:03:37)

b. Announcement regarding the Port of Seattle being selected as a Finalist for the 2012 Freedom Award. (00:01:49)

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May 22 Special Joint Meeting

Full Meeting (01:48:58)

1. Call to Order (00:07:31)

2. Overview of Port of Seattle Seaport and Harbor (00:08:17)

3. Discussion of the Century Agenda (00:22:42)

4. Briefing on Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project (01:10:00)

May 8 Regular Full Meeting (02:15:21)
1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:24)
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:18)
Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of March 13, 2012.
5. Unanimous Consent Calendar  (00:00:43)
a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a contract for
a state government relations advocacy firm for monitoring of state legislation
and regulatory activity, and acting on behalf of the Port at its direction.
The estimated cost for these services is $350,000 over four years starting
in mid-2012 and ending in mid-2016.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute up to two
professional services indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contracts for
dock and diving support services for a not-to-exceed amount of $2,000,000
($1,000,000 each) with a three-year ordering period upon execution. No
funding is associated with this authorization.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a purchase order
for $349,000 to continue annual software support for our existing Oracle
Financial and Human Capital Management systems.

6. Division, Corporate and  Commission Actin Items
a. Adopt a motion honoring National Travel and Tourism Week, May 5-13, 2012.
(00:22:20)

7. Staff Briefings
a. Century Agenda: Public Engagement Report. (00:35:05)
b. First Quarter Financial Performance Briefing. (01:04:18)

8. New Business
a. Authorization for additional funding to complete construction of the Terminal 91waterline replacement project at an additional cost of $300,000 for a total project
cost of approximately $4,800,000.  (00:10:11)
May 1 Regular

Full Meeting (0:48:26 )

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:22)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:20) - Regular meeting of March 6, 2012.

4. Special Order of Business

a. Commission Activities Report. (00:02:40)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:52)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) proceed with the ID Badge System Replacement project; (2) authorize the procurement of required hardware, software, and vendor services; and (3) authorize the use of Port staff for implementation, for a total project cost not to exceed $2,500,000 (CIP #C800162).

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. First Reading 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 Port’s 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). (00:08:42)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to sign Amendment 5 to Agreement 200900046 with the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (PSCAA) to transfer $1,050,000 in funds to support the implementation of the Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy. Amendment 5 would increase the total amount transferred from the Port to PSCAA since 2009 to $5,216,250. The current end date, extended in February of 2011, is June 30, 2013. (00:03:39)

c. Authorization for the Commission to engage in promotional hosting during Calendar Year 2012. (00:00:32)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Sound Transit South Link Project Update. (00:14:55)

8. New Business

a. Concessions Request for Proposal Update. (00:12:51)

b. Discussion of cruise ship MOU motion.

c. Public Testimony (00:01:06)

April 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
April 24 Special South Seattle Community College, Georgetown Campus Agenda
April 10 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
April 3 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
April 3 Audit Committee Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
April 24 Special South Seattle Community College, Georgetown Campus Minutes
April 10 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
April 3 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
April 3 Audit Committee Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
April 24 Special South Seattle Community College, Georgetown Campus Audio
April 10 Regular Pier 69 Audio
April 3 Regular Pier 69 Audio Part 1, Part 2
April 3 Audit Committee Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type
April 24 Special

Full Meeting (02:10:43)

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:03:53)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:25) - Regular and special meetings of February 28, 2012.

4. Special Orders of Business

 
 

a.Authorization of (1) $225,000 expense funds for regulated materials management (RMM), and (2) Use of Port crews for design and construction for the Airline Realignment Tenant Improvements project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The RMM expense will be absorbed into the 2012 operating budget; remaining operating costs that will be incurred in 2013 and 2014 will be included as part of project operating costs.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) expand the scope of work to cover refurbishment of one passenger loading bridge (PLB) to be installed at Gate S8; (2) prepare design documents; (3) authorize Port Construction Services to self-perform work; and (4) advertise and execute major works construction contract to refurbish one Port-of-Seattle-owned PLB formerly located at Gate S10 and reinstall it at Gate S8. No new funding is required to complete this refurbishment.
 

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with the design, permitting, and project management for the proposed Fishermen’s Terminal Net Sheds Code Compliance Improvements project in the amount of $650,000. The preliminary total estimated project cost is approximately $6,000,000. The final cost will be determined as part of the design process (CIP #C800045).(CONSIDERATION POSTPONED) (00:01:16)
b. The Commission directs the Chief Executive Officer to set aside the proposed amendments to the Cruise memorandum of understanding (MOU), and substitute the following approach in discussions with the MOU Signatories: (1) Codify the existing practice of cruise vessels not discharging while at berth through a change to the Port’s tariff and; (2) Support the Washington State Department of Ecology’s work to understand the optimal geographical and operational extent of a Puget Sound proposed No Discharge Zone. Play a leadership role in understanding the potential operational impact to the Port’s cargo and cruise industry. (00:31:16)
 
7. Staff Briefings
 
 
8. New Business
 

a. Public Testimony (00:08:24)

 
April 10 Regular Full Meeting
April 3 Regular

Full Meeting (1:48:22)

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:07)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:40)

Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of February 7, 2012.

4. Special Order of Business

a. Commission Activities Report. (00:03:05)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:18:50)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a
construction contract for the Access Control Door Additions project at Seattle-Tacoma
International Airport. This authorization is for $1,500,000 of a total estimated
project cost of $1,800,000. (CIP #C800414).

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new collective bargaining
agreement between the Port of Seattle and the International Union of Operating Engineers,
Local Union No. 286, representing Operating Engineers covering a period from June 1, 2011,
through May 31, 2014, and affecting 92 full-time equivalent positions. The total estimated
additional cost to the Port for the duration of the three-year contract is $494,860.56.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a memorandum of understanding
(MOU) wage and benefit agreement between the Port of Seattle and the International
Association of Machinists, Local Union No. 289 representing Aviation Maintenance Parts
Procurement Representatives effective January 1, 2012, through December 31, 2012. The
total overall additional cost to the Port for the MOU is $16,654.60 covering all employees.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3659: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring certain real property located in the City of Kirkland and the City of Bellevue (a portion of the Woodinville Subdivision) and any improvements located thereon surplus and no longer needed for Port purposes, authorizing its transfer to the City of Kirkland and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents related to such transfer. The Port will receive $5 million (minus closing costs) from the City of Kirkland for the sale of this property, which is also known as the Eastside Rail Corridor. (00:08:25)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: 1) prepare full design documents for the Electrified Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) charging station project; 2) authorize Port Construction Services to install approximately 20 chargers as a demonstration project; 3) authorize budget for the EGSE charging station project; and 4) authorize execution of contracts for long lead time electrical equipment for power center upgrades (CIP #C800335). (00:09:52)

c. First Reading of Resolution No. 3660: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring certain personal property, including copper wire, surplus for Port District purposes and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary for its sale. The estimated value of the property to be surplused is $34,000.
(00:01:07)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Terminal 91 Strategic Planning Briefing. (00:53:29)

b. Capital Improvement Projects for the Fourth Quarter, 2011. (00:06:43)

8. New Business

a. Public Testimony (00:04:15)


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