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January 2012 - March 2012

March 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
March 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
March 13 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
March 6 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
March 6 Audit Pier 69 Agenda
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
March 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
March 13 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
March 6 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
March 6 Audit Pier 69 Minutes
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
March 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio Part 1, Part 2
March 13 Regular Pier 69 Audio
March 6 Regular Pier 69 Audio Part 1, Part 2
March 6 Audit Pier 69 Audio
Date Meeting Type
March 27 Regular

Full Meeting

 

 
 Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of January 24, 2012.
 
a. Approval of the claims and obligations for the period of February 1, 2012,
through February 29, 2012, in the amount of $32,041,145.86.
 
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) execute a contract to
purchase one new passenger loading bridge (PLB) for Gate B1; (2) execute contracts
to purchase proprietary and long-lead components required to refurbish one PLB at
Gate B11; and (3) advertise and execute one major works construction contract to
install one new PLB at Gate B1 and to refurbish one PLB at Gate B11 for the a
mount of $1,570,000 (CIP #C800467).
 
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a
construction contract for the Lagoon 3 Bird Netting System Project. The estimate
for this work is $1,664,000 (CIP #C800417).
 
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue a change order for the
Bus Maintenance Facility (BMF) project to extend the completion date by a duration

not to exceed 94 calendar days to complete commissioning of the BMF project. No additional funds are requested.

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a settlement agreement with Cruise Terminals of America LLC for certain unpaid rent of leased premises of Port cruise terminals.
 
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
 
 
  
7. Staff Briefings

 

c. Monthly Briefing – Update on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program. (00:07:54)
 
8. New Business
 
  
c. Announcement regarding the awarding of a public works contract to fix a failed
transformer at Terminal 46.
 
 
 

 

March 13 Regular

Full Meeting (02:18:27)

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

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:29)

Regular meeting of January 10, 2012, and special meeting of January 17, 2012.

9. Commission Public Policy Roundtable

a. Century Agenda: Briefing on Public Engagement and 2012 Plan Development.
(00:48:57)

b. Port of Seattle Real Estate Policies Discussion. (00:56:41)

c. Port of Seattle Regional Transportation – Commission Discussion. (00:27:35)

March 6 Regular

Full Meeting (03:24:35)
1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:18)
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:25)
Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of December 13, 2011.
4. Special Order of Business
a. Commission Activities Report. (00:04:18)
b.Internship Employer of the Year Award. (00:10:05)

5.Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:04)
a. Approval of $328,000 expense funds for regulated materials management
and training for the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Gate Aircraft
Utilities Improvements Project, which were not included in the original
authorization request. This request completes the necessary Commission
authorization for the expense funds needed for this project (CIP #C800019).

6. Division, Corporate, and Commission Action Items

a. Industrial Development Corporation Annual Meeting. (00:07:25)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute a lease and concession agreement with Beecher’s Handmade Cheese to operate a food and retail unit on Concourse C, in space recently vacated by Regus Business Center, for a term of seven years
. The draft lease (Exhibit D) is not necessarily the final version and is subject to negotiation within the stated parameters provided in this memorandum. (00:44:24)

c. 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 C) is not necessarily the final version and is subject to negotiation with the stated parameters provided in this memorandum. (00:31:15)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Terminal 91 – Neighbors’ Advisory Committee – 2011 Annual Report and Chairperson Nomination. (00:14:35)

b. 2011 Financial Performance Briefing. (00:53:43)

c. 2011 Annual Treasury and Investment Portfolio Report. (00:13:41)

8. New Business

a. Public Testimony (00:21:38)

March 6 Audit None available

February 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Feb 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
Feb 28 Special Kirkland City Hall Agenda
Feb 14 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
Feb 14 Century Agenda Pier 66 Maritime Events Center Notice
Feb 7 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
Feb 7 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Feb 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
Feb 28 Special Kirkland City Hall Minutes
Feb 14 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
Feb 7 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
Feb 7 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
Feb 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Feb 28 Special Kirkland City Hall Audio
Feb 14 Regular Pier 69 Audio Part 1, Part 2
Feb 7 Regular Pier 69 Audio
Feb 7 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type
Feb 28 Regular

Full Meeting (02:06:02)

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

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:45)

Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of December 6, 2011.

4. Special Order of Business

a. Pat Davis Women’s Legacy of Leadership Award Presented to Diane Summerhays.
(00:06:12)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:48)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to direct staff to develop
design documents, conduct environmental review, obtain permits, and prepare
construction documents for the Pier 69 North Apron Corrosion Control Project
for an estimated cost of $200,000 bringing the total authorized cost of this
project to $300,000. The total project cost is estimated at $3,966,000
(CIP #C800313).

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with design
development, environmental review, permit applications, and preparation of
construction documents for the Seaport Pier 66 Apron Pile-Wrap Project for
an estimated cost of $135,000 bringing the total authorized cost of this
project to $167,000. The total estimated project cost is $2,378,000
(CIP #C800516).

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: 1) proceed with
construction and authorize the use of Port crews for construction activities,
2) approve additional project scope and budget of $2,820,000, 3) amend
consulting agreement with URS Corporation from $192,800 to a total of $660,000
for additional scope design and construction support activities, 4) amend
consulting contract with InterSystems USA, Inc (ITS) from $350,000 to $650,000,
and 5) dispose of surplus equipment in accordance with Port Policy PUR-1 to
deliver the FIMS Phase II Project. The estimated total cost for this project
is $8,220,000. In addition, this memo provides notification to the Port of
Seattle Commission in accordance with RCW 53.19.060 that the amended amounts
for URS Corporation and ITS exceed 50% of the original contract value
(CIP #C101117).

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute one indefinite
delivery/indefinite quantity professional services contract for environmental
field support services totaling $2,322,000 with a contract ordering period of
three years in support of various programs at Seattle-Tacoma International
Airport. There is no budget request associated with this authorization.


e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) prepare full design
documents; (2) execute contracts to prepurchase single-mode fiber optic cable;
and (3) authorize Port Crews to install new single-mode fiber optic cable to
the industrial waste treatment plant (IWTP) and to Gate E-45 for the IWTP
Fiber Installation Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for a total
cost of $514,000 (CIP #C800461).

6. Division, Corporate and  Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a possession and use agreement between the Washington State Department of Transportation, the Port of Seattle, and Total Terminals International LLC for the partial taking of Port of Seattle Terminal 46 for Phase 3 of the S. Holgate Street to S. King Street Viaduct Replacement Project. (00:09:15)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) proceed with design and installation of replacement and/or refurbishment of Airport-owned passenger loading bridges (PLBs) that are at or beyond their useful life; (2) authorize execution of contacts to purchase new PLBs and replacement PLB components for refurbishment; and (3) approve the use of Port crews to perform work related to (a) modification/refurbishment of an existing PLB and (b) installation of new PLBs at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport). The amount of this request is $2,405,000. It is anticipated that one PLB will be replaced and up to three PLBs will be refurbished under this scope of work (CIP #C800267).
(00:08:32)

7. Staff Briefings 

a. Recognition of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s Perfect Score in Annual FAA FAR Part 139 Airport Certification/Safety Inspection. (00:10:49)

b. Greener Skies Over Seattle.
(00:29:10)

c. Ground Run-Up Enclosure (“hush house”) Siting Study.
(00:25:21)

d. Monthly Briefing- Update on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program.
(00:11:14)

8. New Business

a. Public Testimony (00:10:15)

b. Performance Evaluation and Rating for the C.E.O.
(00:10:19)

c. Recess into Executive Session, Reconvening and Closing of meeting.
(00:01:24)


Feb 28 Special Full Meeting (47:00)
Feb 14 Regular

Full Meeting (01:31:19)
1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:13)
5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:57)

a. Approval of claims and obligations for the period of January 1 through
January 31, 2012, in the amount of $46,366,332.02.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute contracts for
the purchase of additional runway snow removal equipment at Seattle-Tacoma
International Airport for a total authorization of $2,000,000 (CIP #C800498).

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to purchase one truck
mounted - high pressure water - rubber and paint removal system for
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for a total authorization of $600,000
(CIP #C800482).

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to complete the design and
proceed with construction for the Doug Fox Storm Drainage Improvements Project
at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; and to use Port Construction Services
crews for the construction work. The total project cost is $1,028,000. This
request is time-sensitive and seeks a single Commission authorization to
perform the design and construct the drainage improvements before the issuance
of a request for proposals for a new operator of the parking lot during the
second quarter of 2012 (CIP #C800451).


6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Adopt a motion giving policy direction to the Chief Executive Officer as the staff creates a “Concessions Master Plan” to guide the successful re-development of the Airport concessions program in 2015 through 2017. (00:29:27)

b. First Reading and Public Hearing 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. (POSTPONED)

First Reading of Resolution No. 3659

Public Hearing

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to design, advertise, award, and construct the relocation of several Port utilities in advance of and to accommodate Sound Transit’s South Link project for a total estimated cost of $950,000. All costs associated with this work will be reimbursed in full by Sound Transit. This request seeks a single Commission authorization for the
entire project to expedite Sound Transit’s delivery of the South Link project
to the public (WP #104665). (00:05:38)

d. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3657: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring certain real property located in the City of SeaTac, Washington, to be surplus and no longer needed for Port District purposes and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary for transfer of the title to certain road improvements and real property to the City of SeaTac and the State of Washington and to transfer title to certain utility improvements to the City of Seattle. The value of the improvements and real property being transferred
is estimated at $19,484,500. (00:01:45)

e. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3658: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle authorizing the issuance and sale of intermediate lien revenue refunding bonds in one or more series for the purpose of refunding certain outstanding revenue bonds of the Port; delegating
authority for the sale of the bonds by negotiated sale, the negotiation,
approval and execution of the bond purchase contract and the preparation and
dissemination of a preliminary official statement and final official statement;
authorizing the appointment of an escrow agent and execution of an escrow
agreement; providing for continuing disclosure; and providing for a negotiated
sale of the bonds to J.P. Morgan Securities LLC, Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC,
Barclays Capital Inc., Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated,
Backstrom McCarley Berry & Co., LLC and Drexel Hamilton, LLC. The issuance
and sale of the Intermediate Lien Revenue Refunding Bonds is in an amount
not to exceed $730,000,000. (00:03:27)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on the Proposed Amendments to Memorandum of Understanding on Cruise Operations in Washington State. (00:26:37)

8. New Business

a. Public Testimony (00:20:00)

Feb 7 Regular

Full Meeting (2:22:23)

 1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:05)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:47)

Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of November 22, 2011.

4. Special Order of Business

a. Commission Activities Report. (00:07:18)

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a contract for curbside services in support of the Rental Car Transit Operation including queue management and as-needed baggage assistance and coordination of services for customers with special needs at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
The contract is expected to be a minimum of six months in duration and may be
extended for up to three years. The maximum value of the contract is $1,489,800.
Funding for this contract request was included in the Port’s 2012 budget passed
by the Commission on November 22, 2011.
(00:04:23)

b. First Reading and Public Hearing of Resolution No. 3657: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring certain real property located in the City of SeaTac, Washington, to be surplus and no longer needed for Port District purposes and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents
necessary for transfer of the title to certain road improvements and real property
to the City of SeaTac and the State of Washington and to transfer title to certain
utility improvements to the City of Seattle. The value of the improvements and real
property being transferred is estimated at $19,484,500.
(00:04:07)

First Reading

Public Hearing

c. First Reading of Resolution No. 3658:A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle authorizing the issuance and sale of intermediate lien revenue refunding bonds in one or more series for the purpose of refunding certain outstanding revenue bonds of the Port; delegating authority for the sale of the
bonds by negotiated sale, the negotiation, approval and execution of the bond
purchase contract and the preparation and dissemination of a preliminary official
statement and final official statement; authorizing the appointment of an escrow
agent and execution of an escrow agreement; providing for continuing disclosure;
and providing for a negotiated sale of the bonds to J.P. Morgan Securities LLC,
Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC, Barclays Capital Inc., Merrill Lynch, Pierce,
Fenner & Smith Incorporated, Backstrom McCarley Berry & Co., LLC and Drexel Hamilton,
LLC. The issuance and sale of the Intermediate Lien Revenue Refunding Bonds is in
an amount not to exceed $730,000,000. (00:17:26)

d. Approval of the Chief Executive Officer’s calendar year 2012 Goals and Objectives.
(00:10:38)

7. Staff Briefings 

a. Briefing on the Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy. (01:10:33)

8. New Business 

a. Miscellaneous announcements. (00:06:49)

b. Public Testimony (00:18:40)


January 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Jan 24 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
Jan 17 Special World Trade Center Notice
Jan 10 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
Jan 10 Audit Pier 69 Agenda
Jan 3 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Jan 3 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Jan 24 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
Jan 17 Special World Trade Center Minutes
Jan 10 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
Jan 10 Audit Pier 69 Minutes
Jan 3 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Jan 3 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
Jan 24 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio Part 1Part 2 
Jan 10 Regular Pier 69 Audio Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Jan 10 Audit Pier 69 Audio
Jan 3 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Jan 3 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type
Jan 24 Regular

Full Meeting (02:20:31)

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:21)
3. Approval of Minutes (00:01:06)
Special Meetings of November 22, 2011, and December 5, 2011, and Regular Meeting
of November 22, 2011.
4. Special Order of Business

a. Recognition of the Port of Seattle Police Department for Earning National Accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. (00:15:02)
b. 2011 Awards received by the Port. (00:08:38)
c. Comment about a letter to the state legislature regarding the concessions program being entered in the public record.  NOT ON OFFICIAL AGENDA (00:00:42)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:56)

a. Approval of claims and obligations for the period of December 1, 2011, to
December 31, 2011, in the amount of $50,761,894.46.
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction
bids and award and execute a contract to replace the roofing system on the
fire station at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for
$901,000 of a total estimated re-roofing project cost of $4,770,000 (CIP #C800459).

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to bid and award a major
construction contract for the Baggage Claim Device 14 and Lower Inbound Conveyor
Replacement at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The amount of this request
is $3,361,000. The total cost of the project is $3,900,000 (CIP #C800374).

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to authorize design of Common
Use System Emulation at Ticket Counter/Gates & Seating as part of the Airline
Realignment at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for
$484,000 of a total project cost of $2,371,000 (CIP #C800473).

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Memorandum of
Lease Termination for Continental Air Lines, Inc. 2006-2012 Signatory Lease
Operating Agreement.

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute the Second
Amendment to General Aviation Lease Agreement with Aircraft Service International
Inc. to collect landing fees owed to the Port of Seattle and to remove
approximately 21,588 square feet from the lease premises resulting in an annual
rent reduction of $25,905.60.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization of the Commission’s 2012 international travel plan.
(00:02:04)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a single construction contract comprised of: (1) Airfield Pavement Replacement (CIP #C102573); (2) Runway 16 Center/34 Center (16C/34C) Panel Replacement (CIP #C800112); (3) Exterior Gate Improvements – Airline Realignment (CIP #C800472); and (4) Snow Dump Pavement Expansion (Small Jobs CIP #C800017 WP104647).
This authorization is for $7,320,000, and the total cost for all four projects
is $9,033,000.
(00:17:16)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order Number 054 for Contract MC-0316219, East Marginal Way Grade Separation project in an amount not to exceed $371,000 to replace approximately 200 lineal feet of existing 20-inch diameter water main that runs adjacent to the project site.
The total project cost is $21,151,058. No additional project funds are being
requested for this change order; funds are available from the contract
construction contingency (CIP #C800237).
(00:27:16)

d. Authorization for additional funding to complete construction of the Terminal 91 Waterline Replacement project at an additional cost of $320,000 for a total project cost of $4,575,000. This funding exceeds the original
budget amount of $4,255,000 (CIP #C800298).
(00:03:42)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Quarterly Briefing on the Airline Realignment Program at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
(00:18:50)

b. Monthly Briefing – Update on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program.
(00:24:01)

8. New Business

a. Public Testimony NOT ON OFFICIAL AGENDA


(00:27:28)

Jan 10 Regular

Full Meeting (02:01:05)

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:07)
3. Approval of Minutes
Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of October 25, 2011, and the
regular meetings of November 1, 2011, and November 8, 2011.
N/A

4. Special Order of Business
a. Swearing-in of newly elected Commissioners. (00:03:30)
b. Election of Officers. (00:16:54)
c. Commission Announcements. (00:07:01)
Recess for 15-minute reception.
5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:03)
a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new Collective
Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the Port of Seattle and the International
Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 9 Representing Aviation Operations /
Aviation Security covering the period from April 1, 2011, through December
31, 2014. The total additional estimated costs to the Port for the life of
the contract include $362,026 in total wage increases and $46,905 in known
increases in medical and dental benefit costs. Additional costs for medical
and dental benefits will be determined as part of the on-going management of
the Port’s self insured health benefits plan.

b. Commission renewal for 2012, by motion, of the authority of the Chief
Executive Officer to sell and convey Port District Personal property of
$10,000 or less in value in accordance with RCW 53.08.090 and Section 18
of Resolution No. 3605, as amended.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to 1) proceed with the
Common-Use Self Service Kiosk Expansion Project, 2) authorize the procurement
of equipment, and 3) authorize the use of Port staff for installation, for a
request of $415,000 and a total project cost not to exceed $425,000 (CIP #C800477).

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a professional
services indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract for architectural
services totaling $4,000,000 with a contract ordering period of three years
in support of upcoming capital improvement projects at Seattle-Tacoma
International Airport. There is no budget request associated with this
authorization.

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) use Port Crews,
(2) advertise for bids, execute, and award a major construction on-call unit
price electrical and communication contract, and (3) perform contract
administration to complete many small electrical and communication elements
of work as part of completing the Rental Car Facility (RCF) project for the
April 19, 2012, opening at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The budget
was previously authorized under several Commission authorizations to proceed
with the construction of the RCF project. Advertisement for bids took place
on December 21, 2011, under the critical work provision of Resolution
No. 3605, as amended. Total project costs are estimated at $500,000
(CIP #C100266).

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to amend the Walker Parking
Consultants (Walker) Professional Service Agreement up to $603,590 for design
support during construction and 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 not to exceed value of $100,000. The history of
the Walker Parking Consultants Agreement was briefed to the Commission on
April 5, 2011. With the execution of this amendment, the value of the Walker
Agreement will be $32,271,911. The completion date remains December 31, 2012.
No new budget is requested to amend this Agreement as funds have been
previously authorized in the Rental Car Facility program budget.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Commission discussion and approval of the “Century Agenda Preliminary Strategic Goals.” (00:21:56)

b. First Reading and Second Reading/Final Passage of Resolution No. 3656:
A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring certain
real property, the water mains and appurtenances located at: 2585 S 194th St,
SeaTac, WA and 2645 S 194th St, SeaTac, WA, the water mains and appurtenances
located within the public right of way on S 160th St, SeaTac, WA, and on Port
property on Host Road, SeaTac, WA, to be surplus and no longer needed for
Port District purposes and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute
all documents necessary for transfer of the title of these water mains and
appurtenances to the Highline Water District.

Part One (00:05:09)

Part Two (00:03:12)

First Reading and Second Reading of Resolution No. 3656.
Public Hearing.
c. Port of Seattle Commission to: (1) recognize January 11, 2012, as National
Human Trafficking Awareness Day and January 2012 as National Slavery and Human
Trafficking Prevention Month; (2) note a joint media event is planned for
January 11, 2012, with participation by the King County Council, the Seattle
City Council, the Mayor of Seattle, and the Port Commission highlighting the
issue of human trafficking and the importance of awareness and prevention;
(3) commend the Port’s on-going cooperation with other government agencies
and non-profit organizations to strengthen anti-trafficking efforts in King
County and Washington state and especially at the Seattle-Tacoma International
Airport (the “Airport”); (4) direct the Port to make additional efforts to
increase the awareness of human trafficking by conducting training and other
activities which help Port employees and Airport workers identify signs of
possible trafficking, give victims information on how to obtain help, educate
travelers about human trafficking and provide information on how to report
suspicious situations or concerns; (5) urge businesses operating at Port
facilities to attend local meetings or seminars where efforts to prevent
human trafficking are discussed to become more knowledgeable about this issue;
(6) encourage all King County residents to become informed about human
trafficking and to join efforts to combat all forms of modern-day slavery.
(00:09:52)


d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute two professional services Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts providing technical analyses necessary for planning, design, and implementation of dredging projects necessary for continuing vessel access at Seaport facilities. Two IDIQ
contracts will be issued for the not-to-exceed amount of $1,000,000 each with a
three-year ordering period. No funding is associated with this authorization.
(00:02:48)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Federal and State Government Relations Briefing for 2012. (00:26:32)


b. Port of Seattle’s Internet Site Briefing. (00:10:44)

c. Briefing about bonds.

(00:02:32)

8. New Business

a. Moment of silence for the death of Park Ranger Margaret Anderson. (00:01:26)

b. Public Testimony (00:04:17)

c. CEO statement on behalf of the staff regarding the work of the Port commissioners. (00:02:02)

Jan 3 Regular None
Jan 3 Audit None

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