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June 2013

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
June 25​ ​Regular ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
​June 11 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Cancelled
June 11​ ​Audit Committee ​Pier 69 Agenda
June 4 Regular Pier 69 REVISED Agenda
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
​June 25 ​Regular ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
​June 11 ​Regular ​Pier 69 ​CANCELLED
June 11 ​Audit Committee ​Pier 69 Minutes
June 4 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
​June 25 Regular​ ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio part 1, part 2
June 11​ ​Regular ​Pier 69 ​CANCELLED
June 11​ ​Audit Committee ​Pier 69 Audio
June 4 Regular Pier 69 Audio
Date Meeting Type
June 25​ ​Regular

Full Meeting (02:54:27) 

4a Fly Quiet Awards. (00:05:36) 
Public Testimony. (00:17:10) 
6e Action - Janitorial Services at Pier 69 - POSTPONED. 
6g Action - Total Rewards Philosophy Principles.
7a (See above)

 

June 4 Regular

 Full Meeting (02:03:15)

 

  
 
5a. Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of April 23, 2013.
 
5b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a construction 
contract with Airport Mechanical Services in the amount of $579,260.22 to 
refurbish the existing Passenger Loading Bridge (PLB) and associated fixed 
walkway section at Gate S12. Airport Mechanical Services was the only bidder 
for this contract, and Resolution No. 3605, as amended by Resolution No. 3628, 
requires the Commission to approve contracts as a bid irregularity when 
there is only one bidder. No additional funding is being requested 
(CIP #C800267). 
 
5c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: 
 
(1) change the scope of the project to include the purchase of five tunnel 
x-ray machines; and 
 
(2) purchase and install up to a total of five large tunnel x-ray machines 
for the cruise terminals at Pier 66 and Terminal 91 for a total amount not 
to exceed $360,000, of which $236,520 may be eligible for reimbursement by 
the federal government through the fiscal year 2009 Department of Homeland 
Security Seaport Security Grant program, with a required Port of Seattle 
funding match of $123,480 (CIP #C800432). 
 
5d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new 
collective bargaining agreement affecting 15 positions between the Port of 
Seattle and the Teamsters Local 117, representing Police and Fire 
Communication Specialists for January 1, 2012, through December 31, 2014. 
 
5e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new collective 
bargaining agreement between the Port of Seattle and the Teamsters Local Union 
No. 117, representing the Employee Parking Bus Drivers and Public Parking 
Service Revenue Representatives, covering the period June 1, 2012, through 
May 31, 2015, and affecting 41 positions, including regular full-time, regular 
part-time, and unscheduled part-time employees.
 
5f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new collective 
bargaining agreement between the Port of Seattle and the Teamsters Local 
Union No. 117, representing Credential Specialists, Credential Specialist 
Lead and Credential Center Receptionist covering the period July 1, 2012, 

through June 30, 2015, and affecting eight positions. 

 
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

 

6a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a lease 

substantially as drafted in Exhibit 1 with ATZ Inc. for a term of five years, 

with two five-year extension options upon mutual agreement, for operation of 
the parking facility commonly known as the Doug Fox Parking Lot located north 
of South 170th Street and east of the Northern Airport Expressway in the City of SeaTac. 
 
6b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) Advertise, award, 
and execute a major public works contract for the construction of the Doug 
Fox Parking Lot Service Upgrades Project in the amount of $3,322,000 for 
construction, construction management, project management, and other soft 
costs; and (2) execute a Developer Extension Agreement with the Valley View 
Sewer District to connect to a sewer pipeline within the S. 170th 
St. right-of-way. This amount is in addition to $1,796,000 previously 

authorized for a total project cost of $5,118,000. 

 

6c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) proceed with the 
construction phase of the Fishermen’s Terminal Net Shed Buildings Code 
Compliance Project (enhanced Option 1) including use of Port crews to 
perform the work; and (2) execute contracts to purchase materials for the 
project for an estimated cost not to exceed $2,300,000 bringing the total 

authorization of the project to $2,950,000. – Item Postponed

 
(00:26:18)
 
(00:02:39)
  
7. Staff Briefings
(00:33:19)
 
(00:10:04)
 

May 2013

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
May 29​ ​Retreat ​Robinswood House, Bellevue Notice
May 28​ ​Special ​Pier 69 Agenda
May 14​ ​Special ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
May 7​ ​Regular ​Pier 69 Cancelled
May 3 Event Pier 69 Notice
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
May 29 Retreat Robinswood House, Bellevue Minutes
May 28 Special Pier 69 Minutes
May 14​ ​Special ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
May 7​ ​Regular ​Pier 69 ​CANCELLED
​May 3 ​Event ​Pier 69 ​No Minutes
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
May 28​ ​Special ​Pier 69 ​Audio part 1, part 2
May 14 Special Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio part 1, part 2, part 3
May 7 Regular Pier 69 Meeting Cancelled
May 3 Event Pier 69 No Audio
Date Meeting Type
May 28​ ​Regular Full Meeting (01:28:23)
1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:51)
3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Any minutes available for approval will be
listed on the Unanimous Consent Calendar below.

4. Special Order of Business
4a. Small Business Champion Awards. (00:11:50)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:40)

5a. Approval of the minutes for the regular meeting of April 9, 2013.

5b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute the Second
Amendment to the Management Agreement with VIP Hospitality LLC for operation
of premium lounge services at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport,
substantially as drafted in the attached exhibit, effective March 8, 2013,
to increase the contract cost for a five-year total not to exceed $500,000.

5c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) authorize design
for the Grease Interceptor Augmentation 2013 Project at Concourse C and the
South Satellite at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (CIP #C800551)
in the amount of $328,500; (2) authorize design for the grease interceptor
in the North Satellite Renovation project (CIP #C800556) in the amount of
$215,500; and (3) authorize a scope and associated budget transfer of
$939,400 from CIP #C800551 to CIP #800556 to facilitate construction.

5d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to design and prepare
construction documents for the 2014 North Satellite – Satellite Transit
Station Ceiling Leak Long-Term Repair Project in the amount of $220,000.
The total estimated project cost is $1.75 million (CIP #C800609).

5e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) proceed with design
for the replacement of the passenger loading bridge (PLB) and fixed walkway
at Gate S16; (2) authorize execution of a contact to purchase a new PLB and
fixed walkway to provide as owner-furnished equipment (3) use Port crews to
 perform work related to the removal and installation of the new PLB and
fixed walkway at Gate S16 at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The amount
 of this request is $1,000,000 (#C800611).

Public Testimony (00:00:26)

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

6a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) proceed with the Radio System Upgrade 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 $6,750,000 (CIP #C800586). (00:10:51)

6b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute separate service agreements for Construction Management Services and Commissioning Services, of approximate values of $10 million and $1.5 million, respectively, for the NorthSTAR Program at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. No funding is associated with this authorization request (CIP #C800544). (00:17:49)

6c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute two professional services indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contracts for architectural services in the amount of $1,500,000 per contract for a total of $3,000,000 with contract ordering periods of three years in support of upcoming capital improvement projects at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. There is no budget request associated with this authorization.
(00:03:26)

6d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order No. 166 for Contract MC-0316677, Centralized Pre-Conditioned Air Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to add 221 days to the contract duration for a new contract completion date of August 26, 2013. (00:12:37)

7. Staff Briefings
7a. Duwamish Transportation Management Association briefing.
(00:29:11)


May 14 Regular

Full Meeting (01:14:52)

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:02:10)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:41)

5a. Approval of the minutes of the regular meetings of March 26 and April 2, 2013,
and the special meeting of April 2, 2013.

5b. Approval of Claims and Obligations for the period of April 1, 2013, to
April 30, 2013, in an amount $36,167,861.88.

5c. Ratification of $3,903 for costs already incurred in excess of current
authorization to reconcile final costs for the Common Use Lounge Remodel project
at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. (CIP #C800203).

5d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with design of the
Sea-Tac Airport Fire Station Electrical Service Upgrade project and use Port
crews to support site investigation needed to develop the construction contract
documents in the amount of $346,000 for a total estimated project cost of
$2,033,000 (CIP #C800479).

5e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute annual purchase orders
to renew the Port’s existing Oracle Financial and Human Capital Management software
license and support agreement for the next three years, at a cost not to exceed
$1.12 million.

5f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new collective
bargaining agreement between the Port of Seattle and the Teamsters Local Union
No. 117, representing the Rental Car Facility Bus Drivers, covering a period
from March 15, 2013, through March 14, 2016, and affecting 65 positions,
including full-time, part-time, and relief drivers.

5g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with design and
preparation of construction documents for the Fishermen’s Terminal Net Shed
Building No. 9 Roof Overlay Project for an estimated cost of $80,000, bringing
the current authorization for this project to $130,000 for a total estimated
project cost of $498,000 (CIP #C800527).

5h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute amendments to the
existing contract starting June 1, 2013, with CMS Natural Gas to provide natural
gas for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport extending through 2018 and to
include provision of natural gas for the Transit Operations Center through 2018
for an estimated total contract value not to exceed $12,000,000. The resulting
contract will be structured as a one-year agreement with up to four years of
additional service.

PUBLIC TESTIMONY: The Commission will take public testimony at this time
consistent with the procedures noted at the bottom of this agenda.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

6a. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3677, as amended:
A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle establishing a rates and charges methodology and other policies for the use of facilities at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; and further authorizing the Managing Director,
Aviation Division to calculate Airline rates and charges in accordance with said
methodology, and implement all other provisions of this Resolution; and further
authorizing the Managing Director, Aviation Division to suspend the implementation
of Resolution No. 3677, as amended in the event Port staff and the Airlines
reach agreement prior to July 1, 2013, on an airline lease, and operating agreement
which would, at a later date, be presented to the Commission for approval.
(00:12:13)

6b. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3681, as amended: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle establishing a revised Code of Ethics for Port Commissioners and repealing all prior resolutions
dealing with the same subject, including Resolution No. 3583.
(00:02:51)

6c. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3680: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle amending and restating Resolution No. 3504; authorizing the issuance and sale of special facility revenue refunding bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $100,000,000, for the
purpose of refinancing the Port’s Special Facility Revenue Bonds
(SEATAC Fuel Facilities LLC), Series 2003; setting forth certain bond terms and
covenants; and delegating authority to approve final terms and conditions of the
bonds.
(00:02:18)

6d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction, execute a construction contract, and fund the construction phase to complete the Fishermen’s Terminal C-15 Building HVAC Improvements Project in an amount not to
exceed $3,130,000 for a total estimated project cost of $3,987,000 (CIP #C800137).
(00:07:23)


7. Staff Briefings

7a. April 2013 Central and Eastern Washington Trip Report.
(00:17:00)

7b. 2013 First Quarter Financial Performance Briefing.
(00:25:14)


April 2013

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
April 25 Special Walla Walla Notice
April 24 Special Moses Lake Notice
April 24-26 Special Central and Eastern Washington Notice
April 23 Regular Meeting Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
April 9 Regular Meeting Pier 69 Agenda
April 2 Town Hall Meeting Pier 69 Notice
April 2 Regular Meeting Pier 69 Agenda
April 2 Audit Committee Meeting Pier 69 Agenda
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
​April 25 ​Special ​Walla Walla Minutes
April 24​ ​Special ​Moses Lake Minutes
April 23​ ​Regular ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
April 9​ ​Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes
April 2​ ​Town Hall Meeting ​Pier 69 Minutes
April 2 Regular Meeting Pier 69 Minutes
April 2 Audit Committee Meeting Pier 69 Minutes
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
April 23 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio part 1, part 2
April 9 Regular Pier 69 Audio
April 2 Town Hall Meeting Pier 69 Audio
April 2 Regular Meeting Pier 69 Audio part 1, part 2
April 2 Audit Committee Meeting Pier 69 Audio
Date Meeting Type
April 23 Regular

Full Meeting (01:52:45)

 

Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance 

4a. Seattle City Light Incentive Check Presentation to Port of Seattle for the Consolidated Rental Car Facility.

4b. Recognition of the Winners of the 2012 Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Green Gateway Environmental Excellence Awards Program.

4c. Motion to Appoint a New Commissioner to Fill Vacant Position No. 3

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (5a, 5d, 5e, and 5f)

PUBLIC TESTIMONY

6a. First Reading of Resolution No. 3677: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle establishing a rates and charges methodology and other policies for the use of facilities at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport;
and authorizing the Managing Director, Aviation Division to calculate Airline
rates and charges in accordance with said methodology, and implement all other
provisions of this Resolution.

6b. First Reading of Resolution No. 3681: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle establishing a revised Code of Ethics for Port Commissioners and repealing all prior resolutions dealing with the same subject, including Resolution No. 3583.

6c. Public Hearing and Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3679,
as amended: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring surplus and no longer needed for port district purposes approximately 5.39 acres of Port-owned real property located in the City of Seattle, commonly known as the T-91 West Yard; amending the Comprehensive Scheme to reflect that the property
is surplus to the needs of the Port and is deleted from Unit No. 1; and further
authorizing the sale of said real property to the City of Seattle and King County. 

6d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to expand the scope of the sound insulation program, increase funding by $8,800,000, and execute all documents, including consulting contracts and Job Order Contracts necessary to complete the sound insulation program for approximately 90 single family homes, located between the current noise remedy boundary and the proposed smaller Part 150 boundary.
The estimated cost of this request is $8,800,000, to bring the total project budget
up to $13,747,395. This request is for additional funding and scope change within
the existing CIP C200093.

5b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order Number 085 for Contract MC-031568, Offsite Roadway Improvements and SR-99 Bridge Seismic Upgrade (ORI) project, to extend the contract completion date 77 days from May 24, 2012, to August 9, 2012, for concurrent delays and for the amount of $492,000 to settle all open claims by the contractor on matters related to this project. The existing construction contingency will be used to pay for this change order. No additional funds are requested (CIP #C100266). 

5c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order Number 097 for Contract MC-0316219, East Marginal Way Grade Separation project in the amount of $492,000 and a time extension of 126 working days to the contract duration. The existing construction contingency will be used to pay for this change order. No additional funds are requested (CIP #C800237). 

Tom Albro announces the Port Commission's upcoming trip to Eastern Washington.

April 9 Regular

Full Meeting (01:54:18)

 

Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (5a, 5b, 5c, 5d)

PUBLIC TESTIMONY 

6a. First Reading of Resolution No. 3679: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring surplus and no longer needed for port district purposes approximately 5.39 acres of Port-owned real property located in the City of Seattle, commonly known as the T-91 West Yard; amending the Comprehensive Scheme to reflect that the property is
surplus to the needs of the Port and is deleted from Unit No. 1; and
further authorizing the sale of said real property to the City of Seattle
and King County.

6b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a project labor agreement covering the NorthSTAR program’s five major construction projects.

6c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to direct staff to develop design documents, execute consultant contracts, apply for permits, and prepare construction documents as part of the Terminal 46 (T-46) Lease Improvements project for an estimated cost of $6,000,000.

6d. First Reading of Resolution No. 3680: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle amending and restating Resolution No. 3504; authorizing the issuance and sale of special facility revenue refunding bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $100,000,000, for the purpose of refinancing the Port’s Special Facility Revenue Bonds (SEATAC Fuel Facilities LLC), Series 2003; setting forth
certain bond terms and covenants; and delegating authority to approve
final terms and conditions of the bonds.

6e. Industrial Development Corporation – Approval of minutes, designation of officers, and annual report.

7a. Competitive Situation Update – Container Business.

7b. Sea-Tac Airport International Arrivals Facility.

7c. Capital Improvement Projects for the Fourth Quarter, 2012.

April 2 Town Hall Meeting Commission Candidate Forum (01:49:15)
April 2 Regular

Full Meeting (01:35:08)

 

Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance 

4a. Commission Activities Report.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar General Unanimous Consent Calendar reading. (5a, 5b, 5c, 5d, 5e, 5f)

PUBLIC TESTIMONY: The Commission will take public testimony at this time consistent
with the procedures noted at the bottom of this Comments regarding item 5f.

6a. First Reading of Resolution No. 3677: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle establishing a rates and charges methodology and other policies for the use of facilities at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport;
and authorizing the Managing Director, Aviation Division to calculate Airline
rates and charges in accordance with said methodology, and implement all other
provisions of this Resolution.

7a. 2012 Annual Report, Office of Social Responsibility.

7b. 2013 Operating Budget Forecast, revised 2013 Capital Budget and 2013 Draft Plan of Finance Briefing.


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