Navigate Up
Sign In Section Home Port Home Contact Us
 
 

Commission meetings

view meeting agendas, minutes, audio and video recordings
 

April 2009 - June 2009

June 2009

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
June 30 ​Special Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
June 23 Regular ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda PDF​
June 9 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​June 2 Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
June 2 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
June 2 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
June 30 ​Special Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
June 23 Regular ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes PDF
June 9 Regular ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
June 2 Audit Pier 69​ Minutes PDF
June 2 Special ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
June 2 Regular Pier 69​ Minutes PDF​
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
June 30 ​Special​ Pier 69 Audio
June 23 Regular ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio
June 9 Regular ​Pier 69 Audio
June 2 ​Audit Pier 69​ Audio
June 2 Special ​Pier 69 Audio
June 2 Regular​ Pier 69​ Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
June 30 Special​​

June 30, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:54)

4. Special Order of Business (00:02:57)

c. Decoration for William Franklin from Weyerhauser

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Resolution 3624, Second Reading and Final Passage. Amending and restating Resolution 3599, and authorizing Port staff to raise the Customer Facility Charge to a level sufficient to pay the Port’s obligations under the Lease Agreement for the Consolidated Rental Car Facility and requiring Port staff to raise the Customer Facility Charge to a level sufficient to at all times repay the Project Financing and Port Investment, as those terms are defined in Resolution No. 3624. (00:15:14)

b. Request for authorization for Chief Executive Officer to:

1) Lift the suspension on and to restart the entire RCF program given the successful sale of bonds to finance the program; and

2) Prepare contract documents; execute and award outside professional services agreements; prepare and execute outside utility agreements; and perform contract administration and execution for the Bus Maintenance Facility (BMF) and Off-Site Roadway Improvements (ORI) as part of the RCF (CIP# 102167) project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport) for an additional $591,670 for a total authorization to date of $6,610,000; and

3) Prepare contract documents; perform construction services; execute and award outside professional services agreements; prepare and execute outside utility agreements; advertise and award major and small works contracts; pre-purchase materials and equipment including contract award and execution; perform contract administration and execution; issue letter to Turner Construction Company (Turner) to lift the suspension on the RCF GC/CM contract; and re-baseline the schedule for restarting the RCF and Main Terminal Improvements (MTI) as part of the RCF Construction (CIP #100266) project at the Airport for an additional $27,826,000 for a total authorization to date of $350,260,970; and

4) Execute multiple change orders for an estimated not to exceed value of $16.8 million and up to 260 calendar days of contract time extension for the suspension/restarts costs and schedule impacts; and

5) Revise the Commission notification requirements for the cumulative total of all change orders established under Resolution 3605 from 10% to 18%, a one-time change specific only for the RCF GC/CM Total Construction Contract (TCC). (00:21:22)

8. New Business (00:01:05)

June 23 Regular

June 23, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:58)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:43)

Approval of minutes for the Regular Meeting of May 12, and the Special Meeting of May 19, 2009.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to authorize all work, execute Category III procurement process for IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) contract and execute all contracts, service directives and amendments for professional services to support the concession tenant-funded joint concession marketing program. Procurement estimated at $250,000 annually for a period of up to three years ($750,000 total). (00:00:50)

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to procure and execute a contract for consultant services to implement an update to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s Part 150 Noise Compatibility Plan. (00:07:35)

b. Resolution No. 3624, First Reading. Amending and restating Resolution 3599, and authorizing the Port staff to raise the Customer Facility Charge to a level sufficient to pay the Port’s obligations under the Lease Agreement for the Consolidated Rental Car Facility and requiring Port staff to raise the Customer Facility Charge to a level sufficient to at all times repay the Project Financing and Port Investment, as those terms are defined in Resolution No. 3624. (00:04:33)

c. Resolution No. 3622. Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing the acquisition by purchase and/or condemnation of certain real property located at 14635 Des Moines Memorial Drive South(King County Tax ID Number 202304-9091), in the City of Burien, Washington, commonly known as the Steven Desimone property. (00:02:58)

d. Resolution No. 3623, First Reading. Authorization for acquisition by purchase and/or condemnation of certain real property located at 14211 Des Moines Memorial Drive South,(King County Tax ID Number 172304-9219), in the City of Burien, Washington, commonly known as the Sandra Oellien property. (00:05:21)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve all work, purchases and contracts including: advertise, award, administer, prepare, execute and amend any and all necessary service agreements for the SharePoint Records and Document Management System project in an amount not to exceed $800,000. (00:11:29)

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve all work, purchases and contracts including: advertise, award, administer, prepare, execute and amend any and all necessary service agreements for the Data Archive Project in an amount not to exceed $560,000. (00:05:18)

g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local Union No. 117 representing Bus Drivers and Parking Service Revenue Representatives. (00:02:47)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on Rental Car Facility Restart and Associated Actions, including Notice-to-Proceed to Turner Construction Company and Necessary Change Orders. (00:59:45)

b. The Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy 2008 Implementation Report. (00:19:04)

c. Briefing on July 1, 2009, Port Property Insurance Renewal. (00:20:37)

8. New Business

a. Trip Report: Bill Bryant's tour of Rail Projects in Southwest Washington. (00:02:15)

June 9 Regular

June 9, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:09)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:39)

Approval of minutes for the Special Joint Meeting with the Port of Tacoma of April 30; and the Special Meeting of May 5, 2009.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:06:49)

a. Approval of outstanding Claims and Obligations for the period of May 1 through May 31, 2009 in the amount of $43,252,689.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to increase the scope to include construction of an underground infrastructure connection to service the future runway 16C/34C Runway Status Lights system required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as part of the runway 16L/34R reconstruction project, for an estimated cost of $60,000; and to use the active Icon Materials contract for the runway 16L/34R reconstruction to complete this work within the current authorized budget and reimbursable by the FAA.

c. Authorization to enter into individual Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts for Real Estate Services, Cranes, Docks, Buildings, Infrastructure and Project Management services to be used to support Seaport, Real Estate, Aviation and Capital Development Divisions Service Directives. Total amount for all contracts will not exceed $5,000,000.

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a group of IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) Service Agreements to support the seven scopes of work for the Engineering Department.

e. Authorization for the General Counsel to enter into a Stipulation for Immediate Use and Possession of Port property being condemned by the City of Des Moines, Washington.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Resolution No. 3619 Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing the issuance and sale of Revenue Bonds, Series 2009A and Series 2009B in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $425,000,000. (00:17:51)

b. Resolution No. 3620 Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing the issuance and sale of Subordinate Lien Revenue Bond Anticipation Note, 2009 in the principal amount of not to exceed $100,000,000. (00:00:55)

c. Resolution No. 3621 First Reading. Authorizing the issuance and sale of CFC Revenue Bond Anticipation Note, 2009 in the principal amount of not to exceed $100,000,000. DEFERRED

d. Resolution No. 3617 Second Reading and Final Passage. 1.) Declaring surplus and no longer needed for Port purposes, nine parcels of Port-owned real property located in SeaTac, Washington, which are needed by Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) for future SR509 expansion to Interstate 5 and authorizing transfer of said parcels to WSDOT in exchange for WSDOT Properties and certain airspace leases needed for current and future Aviation projects; and 2.) Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a long-term ground lease for a total of 6.16 acres in the vicinity of the Tyee Valley Golf Course. (00:10:14)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an Agreed Order with the Washington Department of Ecology, issued under the Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), for environmental investigation of and evaluation of remediation methods for the Lora Lake Apartments property. (00:25:03)

f. Authorization for the Transmittal of the Port of Seattle’s State Auditor’s Office Annual Report Summary for the Performance Audit Report, Port of Seattle Construction Management from the Chief Executive Officer to the Port Commission as required by RCW 43.09.470; and request for the authorization for the Commission President to submit the report to the State Auditor’s office. (00:18:15)

g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute this new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local Union No. 117 representing Credential Specialists. (00:01:15)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Capital Improvement Projects Report for the First Quarter 2009. (00:11:07)

June 2 Audit No Video​
June 2 Special

No Video​

​June 2 ​Regular

June 2, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:57)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:35)

Approval of minutes for the Regular Meeting of April 28, 2009.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:02:48)

a. Request for Commission determination that competitive solicitation is not appropriate or cost-effective for procuring resolution services (including arbitrators, mediators, third-party arbitrators, dispute resolution board members and hearing officers) and exempting such contracts from the requirements of Chapter 53.19 RCW.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction bids for the sixth site of the Trash Handling and Recycling System project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for an additional amount of $136,000 for a total project cost of $1,612,000.

c. Request Commission ratification of the appointment of two new external members of the Port’s Art Oversight Committee in accordance with the Port’s Art Program Policy and Guidelines.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

Items 6a, 6b and 6c were combined into one presentation. (00:44:11)

a. Resolution No. 3619, First Reading. Authorizing the issuance and sale of Revenue Bonds, Series 2009A and Series 2009B in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $425,000,000.

b. Resolution No. 3620, First Reading. Authorizing the issuance and sale of Subordinate Lien Revenue Bond Anticipation Note, 2009 in the principal amount of not to exceed $100,000,000.

c. Resolution No. 3621, First Reading. Authorizing the issuance and sale of CFC Revenue Bond Anticipation Note, 2009 in the principal amount of not to exceed $100,000,000.

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to complete the design work, plans and specifications associated with the Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Facility; amend, execute and award outside professional services agreements; and perform contract administration and execution for the Bus Maintenance Facility as part of the Rental Car Facility Design project for an additional $607,000 which brings the total authorization to $6,018,330 and the total Rental Car Program authorization to $329,953,676. (00:17:30)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction bids, award the contract, and construct the 4th floor walkway within the terminal parking garage to provide access to the Sound Transit Airport Station; as part of the Fourth Floor Improvements Project for an additional $2,014,000 bringing the total project authorization to $8,991,000. (00:11:04)

f. Resolution No. 3617. 1.) Declaring surplus nine parcels of Port-owned real property needed by Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) for future SR509 expansion to Interstate 5 and authorizing transfer of said parcels to WSDOT in exchange for WSDOT Properties and certain airspace leases needed for current and future Aviation projects. 2.) Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a long-term ground lease for a total of 6.16 acres in the vicinity of the Tyee Valley Golf Course. (00:11:57)

First Reading - Public Hearing.

g. Resolution No. 3622, First Reading. Authorizing the acquisition by purchase and/or condemnation of certain real property located at 14635 Des Moines Memorial Drive South (King County Tax ID Number 202304-9091), in the City of Burien, Washington. (00:06:19)

h. Authorization to increase the authorized budget for Terminal 115 Berth improvements by $6,431,410 to pre-purchase material, and to advertise, award and construct improvements for a new total authorization of $35,219,410. (00:15:39)

i. Authorization to increase the authorized budget for Terminal 91 W-40 Building Demolition Project by $165,000 for a new total of $1,026,000 and to expand the existing project scope to include a new forklift ramp at the southeast portion of the W-40 building. (00:07:45)

j. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to conduct Category III procurement processes for IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) contracts for Graphic Design Services to maintain the Port’s graphic identity, support brand standards and messages, and support customer marketing and communications strategies, internal communications and signage needs for a period of up to three years, for an approximate value of $366,000 per year, for a total estimated procurement amount of up to $1,200,000. (00:07:43)

May 2009

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
May 27 ​Special Tukwila Community Center Agenda PDF​
May 26 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
May 19 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
May 12 Regular ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
May 5 ​Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
May 5​ ​Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
May 5​ ​Regular Agenda PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
May 27 ​Special Tukwila Community Center               Minutes PDF​
May 26 Regular ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF​
May 19 Special ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
May 12 ​Regular ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
May 5 ​Audit ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
​May 5 ​Special ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
May 27​ ​Special Tukwila Community Center Audio​
May 26 Regular ​Pier 69 Audio​
May 19 Special ​Pier 69 Audio
May 12 ​Regular ​Pier 69 Audio
May 5 ​Audit ​Pier 69 Audio
​May 5 ​Special ​Pier 69 Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
May 27 Special

No Video​

​May 26 Regular ​No Video
​May 19 Special

May 19, 2009 - Streaming Video

​May 12 Regular

May 12, 2009 - Streaming Video

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

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:31)

Approval of minutes for the Special Meeting of April 21, 2009.

4. Special Order of Business

a. Recognition of Port Awards: (00:13:15)

  • Airport Revenue News Best Concessions Program in a Large Airport (00:03:25)
  • Public Relations Society of America/Puget Sound Chapter Totem Award (00:02:25)
  • Police Officer of the Year (00:01:50)
  • Firefighter of the Year (00:01:45)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:20)

a. Approval of outstanding Claims and Obligations for the period of April 1 through April 30, 2009, in the amount of $38,471,042.75.

b. Authorization for Chief Executive Officer to enter into an agreement with insurance brokerage firms for the purpose of procuring property and casualty insurance for the Port at an estimated cost of $790,000 over a three-year period. The selection of the brokerage firms will utilize a competitive process.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts for geotechnical and underwater diving services to be used to support Seaport, Real Estate, Aviation and Capital Development Divisions Service Directives. IDIQ contract for the services will not exceed $500,000 each for geotechnical and underwater diving contract, for a total Not to Exceed $1,000,000.

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to extend the existing Main Lease of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), represented and negotiated by the United States General Services Administration (GSA) for a total annual increase of $229,221 plus the recovery of uncollected back rent in the amount of $396,788.

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute easements with the City of Seattle Department of Transportation substantially in the form shown in Exhibit „A? for the installation and maintenance of certain equipment necessary for a Dynamic Message Sign providing current traffic information to trucks leaving Terminal 5 at no additional cost to the Port.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into an agreement with SSA Terminals, LLC. (SSAT), the Terminal 30 tenant, to reimburse certain costs associated with making its container cranes operational at Terminal 30 in an amount Not To Exceed $400,000. (00:15:29)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on Financing of the Consolidated Rental Car Facility. (01:35:39)

b. The Terminal 91 Neighbors Advisory Committee – 2008 Annual Report. (00:18:17)

c. Briefing on the proposed Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) – Port of Seattle land exchange and leases for Aviation projects and the extension of SR-509. (00:18:25)

d. Briefing on the Port's Small Business Program and Proposed Resolution. (01:00:18)

8. New Business

John Creigton talks about attending the signing of the bill for the tunnel to replace the viaduct by Governor Gregoire. (00:03:30)

May 5 Audit No Video​
​May 5 ​Special

May 5, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:03:07)

3. Approval of Minutes

Approval of minutes of the Special Meeting of April 14, 2009. (00:00:25)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order Number 005 for the Main Terminal Roof Replacement Project to add the additional time required (118 days) to complete the Project. (00:00:50)

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to procure and execute a contract for consultant services for environmental investigation and remediation of the Lora Lake Apartments property. (00:14:07)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to 1) implement a revised incentive program for the new international commercial air service routes at a cost of $498,000 and 2) perform design, advertise for construction bids, award contracts and/or employ Port construction crews and construct facility improvements at Seattle-Tacoma-International Airport to enable Icelandair to initiate air service in July 2009 at a cost of $275,000. (00:21:01)

e. Request for approval of Resolution No. 3616, Second Reading and Final Passage: Small Works Roster Resolution. (00:01:38)

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order 026 for the Terminal 30 Upgrade Project in the estimated amount of $600,000. (00:19:02)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on the Lower Duwamish Waterway Feasibility Study. (00:42:51)

b. Briefing on the Lower Duwamish River Habitat Restoration Plan. (00:50:24)

c. The Green Gateway – Carbon Footprint Study for Asia to North America Intermodal Trade. (00:13:27)

8. New Business

  • Lloyd Hara's report on Napa Public Finance Conference. (00:06:35)
  • Pat Davis acknowledges Professor George Blomberg ("Mr. Duwamish"). (00:01:02)

April 2009

​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Apr 30 Joint ​Special​ Work Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda PDF​
Apr 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda PDF​
Apr 21 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Apr 14 Audit ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Apr 14 Special ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF
Apr 7​ ​Work Session ​Pier 69 Agenda PDF​
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download PDF
Apr 30 Joint Special Work Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes PDF​
Apr 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes PDF​
Apr 21 Special ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Apr 14 Audit ​Pier 69 Minutes PDF
Apr 14 Special ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
​Apr 7 ​Work Session ​Pier 69 ​Minutes PDF
​Date ​Meeting Type ​Meeting Place ​Download Audio
Apr 30 Joint Special Work Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio​ part 1
Audio part 2
Apr 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio​
Apr 21 Special ​Pier 69 Audio
Apr 14 Audit ​Pier 69 Audio
Apr 14 Special ​Pier 69 Audio
​Apr 7 ​Work Session ​Pier 69 ​Audio
​Date Meeting Type​
Apr 30 Joint Special No Video
Apr 28 Regular

April 28, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:51)

4. Special Order of Business

Fly Quiet Incentive Program – Announcement of Airline Winners (00:04:53)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary to remove deed restrictions on the Riverside Property no longer required under RCW Chapter 53.25. (00:00:58)

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction bids, award the contract and construct the Fire Piping Upgrades Main Terminal Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, for an additional amount of $1,288,500 and a total project cost of $1,450,000. (00:05:08)

b. Authorization for Chief Executive Officer to advertise for construction bids and to award contracts and employ Port crews and construct the IWS Hydraulics Improvements Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Airport) for a total project cost of $1,185,000. (00:03:34)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to re-program previously authorized funding and spend up to $310,000 toward the design, acquisition and installation of artwork, designs and enhancements at the Smith Cove Cruise Terminal. (00:15:28)

d. Resolution No. 3616, First Reading. Authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to establish and implement a small works roster program and process to award public works contracts, including a Limited Public Work roster, in compliance with RCW 39.04.155, RCW 53.08.120 and Port of Seattle Resolution No. 3605. (00:12:41)

8. New Business (00:08:21)

Apr 21 Special

April 21, 2009 - Streaming Video

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

4. Special Order of Business

Sustainability Month (00:06:47)

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to approve all work and contracts including advertising, awarding, administering, preparing and executing any and all necessary service agreements for the Enterprise Project Cost Management System Project in an amount Not To Exceed $1,975,000 and provide for ongoing annual support and software license fees in an amount estimated at $110,000 per year for five years. (00:07:24)

b. Authorization for Chief Executive Officer to approve all work and contracts including advertising, awarding, administering, preparing, executing and amending any and all necessary service agreements for the implementation of PeopleSoft HRMS 9.0 Project, including additional funding of $550,000 for a total project amount Not To Exceed $4,300,000. (00:06:43)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute three professional services indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts for electrical design services of upcoming electrical system capital improvement projects at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for a total estimated cost of $5,200,000 where each design contract will be the result of a public advertisement and a competitive interview process to select the design team. (00:08:08)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and award a construction contract for the Lora Lake Apartment Demolition, Des Moines Nursery Mitigation and Third Runway Permanent Stormwater Detention Facilities Projects at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for no additional cost. (00:06:59)

e. Authorization for Chief Executive Officer to authorize complete demolition of the burned portion of Angle Lake School, including foundation and debris removal, ancillary cleanup, grading, and restoration of the site by Port Construction Services at a cost Not To Exceed $404,000. (00:08:49)

f. Resolution No. 3615, Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing Agreements with the Cities of Seattle and Kent, and a direct Port contribution to FAST Corridor Phase 2 Projects in these Cities, including the Duwamish Intelligent Transportation Systems Phase 3 Project in the amount of $500,000 and the City of Kent’s 228th Street Grade Separation project in the amount of $1,900,000. (00:02:11)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Terminal 30 and Terminal 91 Project Update. (00:27:33)

b. SAO “Lessons Learned” Briefing. (00:14:34)

c. Resolution 3605 Review and Update. (00:24:18)

d. Briefing on New Port Procedure for Engineer’s Estimates. (00:16:10)

e. Briefing on Procedures for Procurement of Personal and Professional Consulting Services (CPO-1). (00:19:24)

f. Briefing on the proposed Small Works Roster Resolution. (00:15:07)

g. Briefing on the Implementation of the McKay Report Recommendations. (00:25:55)

h. Update on Changes at the Port of Seattle Police Department. (00:14:55)

8. New Business

Trip Reports. (00:15:55)

Apr 14 Audit

No Video​

Apr 14 Special

April 14, 2009 - Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:57)

3. Approval of Minutes

Approval of minutes for the Special Meetings of March 5, March 10,March 24, and March 31, 2009. (00:01:14)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:38)

b. Authorization to issue change order for the Central Mechanical Plant Chiller/Boiler Expansion Project to add the additional time required, 86 days, to complete the project.

c. Authorization to issue change order for the Main Terminal AHU-8 Acoustic Upgrades and Miscellaneous HVAC Modifications Project to add the additional time required, 86 days, to complete the project.

d. Authorization to transfer $750,000 from Aviation to Seaport Remediation open order authorization.

e. Approval for revised Port Commission Meeting Minutes of September 9, 2008.

f. Request authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and award a major works bid package based on the design prepared and completed for Bird Control systems at Smith Cove Cruise Terminal.

g. Request Port of Seattle Commission authorize the Chief Executive Officer to cancel the procurement, reject all bids and issue a new small works procurement action for the construction of Gate S-5 Loading Bridge.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into an agreement with Puget Sound Clean Air Agency to transfer $2.3 million from the Port’s 2009 operating budget to support the implementation of the Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy.

b. Authorization for Chief Executive Officer to execute lease amendments with Total Terminals, Inc. for Terminal 46, SSAT (Seattle) for Terminal 25/30, SSA Terminals for Terminal 18, and Eagle Marine for Terminal 5 to incorporate the Customer Support Package and the Ports Clean Air Program into those leases. (01:39:05)

c. Resolution No. 3615, First Reading. Authorizing Agreements with the Cities of Seattle and Kent, and a direct Port contribution to FAST Corridor Phase 2 Projects in these Cities, including the Duwamish Intelligent Transportation Systems Phase 3 Project in the amount of $500,000 and the City of Kent’s 228the Street Grade Separation project in the amount of $1,190,000. (00:22:38)

d. Authorization for Port Commission approval to increase the authorized budget by $270,000 for a total new authorization of $800,000 to complete permitting and design of site improvements at Terminal 10. (00:05:01)

e. Authorization for Chief Executive Officer to execute a Second Amendment to lease with SSA Terminals for T25/30 to make modification to Leased Premises and Premises Rent paragraphs. (00:03:02)

f. Authorization for Chief Executive Officer to execute a Second Amendment to Base Lease, Second Amendment to Leaseback, and Second Amendment to Subordination, Non-disturbance and Novation Agreement in connection to the T 18 Lease between SSA Terminals, SSA Containers, Inc. and the Port of Seattle. (00:02:57)

g. Authorization to 1) perform environmental investigation activities at Terminal 115N, and associated regulatory coordination, and 2) procure a professional service contract to support the environmental investigation and associated regulatory coordination activities, at a cost of over $200,000. (00:14:30)

h. Authorization to execute a new collective bargaining agreement with the International Association of Machinists, representing Parts Procurement Representatives. (00:03:23)

7. Staff Briefing a. South Harbor Truck Parking Work Group Recommendations. (00:13:10)

b. Pier 66 Berthing Briefing. (00:25:20)

c. Stimulus Package Briefing. (00:25:42)

​Apr 7 ​Work Session No Video​