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September 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Sept 25 Special Des Moines City Hall Agenda
Sept 20 Special Bell Harbor Conference Center Notice
Sept 11 Special Pier 69 Agenda
Sept 11 Audit Pier 69 Agenda
Sept 4 Regular Pier 69 CANCELLED
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Sept 25 Special​ ​Des Moines City Hall Minutes
Sept 20 Special​ ​Bell Harbor Conference Center Minutes
Sept 11 Special Pier 69 Minutes
Sept 11 Audit Pier 69 Minutes
Sept 4 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
Sept 25 Special Des Moines City Hall Audio
Sept 20 Special Bell Harbor Conference Center No Audio
Sept 11 Special Pier 69 Audio part 1, part 2, part 3
Sept 11 Audit Pier 69 Audio
Sept 4 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type
Sept 25 Special

Full Meeting (02:11:17)

 
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:32)

 

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

 


PUBLIC TESTIMONY: The Commission will take public testimony at this time
consistent with the procedures noted at the bottom of this agenda.
(00:05:18)

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
 
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer todesign and prepare construction documents for the Cargo 6 Enhancements at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The amount of this request is $480,000. The total
estimated cost of the project is $6,478,000 (CIP #C800390). (00:01:16)
 
7. Staff Briefings

8. New  Business

 

b. Comments regarding an email to the Commission from MayorMcGinn's office requesting help for his Dept. of Tranportaion regarding Coal Trains. (00:01:01)


9. Policy Roundtable

 

 

 

Sept 11 Special

Full Meeting (03:41:30)

 

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:03:05)

 

 

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

 
Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of July 31, 2012.
 
 
 

4. Special Order of Businsess

 
a. Commission Activities Report. 
 
WITHDRAWN
 
 
b. Acknowledgment of Representative Adam Smithís Recognition of the Port of 
Seattle for Receiving the 2012 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom 
Award. 
(00:03:51)
 
 
 

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

 
a. Approval of the claims and obligations for the period of August 1, 2012, 
and August 31, 2012, in the amount of $40,862,162.54. 
 
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to authorize $1,179,000 of 
tenant reimbursement budget associated with the relocation of Alaska Airlines 
from Concourse D ramp spaces to Concourse C as part of the Airline Realignment 
Tenant Improvement Program and to execute an airline reallocation agreement 
with Alaska Air Group. The total estimated project cost for the entire 
realignment is $23,285,000. 
 
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) advertise and execute 
a construction contract for regulated materials management (RMM) abatement for 
the Zone 2 Ticket Counter and Offices; (2) use Port crews for construction to 
support RMM abatement; and (3) execute a contract for moving services to 
relocate airline tenants, all associated with the Airline Realignment Tenant 
Improvements Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The cost of the 
RMM and moving services is $730,000 (expense). 
 
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue Change Order No. 113 
for Contract MC-036677, Centralized Pre-Conditioned Air Project at Seattle-Tacoma 
International Airport in the amount of $776,910 for changes to the pipe routing 
at D Concourse. 
 
e. Authorization for an additional project budget authorization of $75,000 for 
the Pier 69 Cooling Tower Replacement project. The additional budget 
authorization of $75,000 will increase the total authorized project cost to 
$415,000. 
 
f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an amendment to 
add $2,000,000 to the AECOM professional service contract to support the 
investigative work required for the Lower Duwamish Superfund Site (P-00314929) 
for a total contract value of $15,500,000. In addition, this memo provides 
notification to the Port of Seattle Commission in accordance with 
RCW 53.19.060 that the amendment for AECOM exceeds 50% of the original 
contract value. (The contract will expire on December 31, 2014.) 
 
g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute up to two Indefinite 
Delivery, Indefinite Quantity consulting contracts for graphic design services 
to maintain the Portís graphic identity, support brand standards and messages, 
and support marketing and communications strategies, internal communications 
and signage needs for a period of one year, with two one-year options, for a 
total not to exceed contract value of $1,000,000. 
 
h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a contract to 
provide natural gas for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The contract will 
be structured as a one-year agreement with up to four years of additional 
service. 
 
i. Acceptance of the settlement offer from Puget Sound Energy (PSE) dated 
August 22, 2012, and authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute 
a settlement agreement with PSE resolving all claims in litigation related to 
the Portís claims as an interested party against PSE in the Pacific Northwest 
Refund action. The settlement agreement will be negotiated with PSE pursuant 
to the terms of the settlement offer and may include additional matters 
involving mutual cooperation between the Port and PSE. In exchange for agreeing 
to settle the litigation, the Port would be required to dismiss all actions 
against PSE currently pending before FERC. 
 
j. Authorization of the revised Commissionís 2012 international travel plan. 
 
 
 
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

 
a. Request (1) Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3666: 
A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring certain 
personal property surplus (Port of Seattle Cranes No. 51, 52, and 53) for 
Port of Seattle purposes and authorizing its sale or disposal; and 
(2) authorization of disposal cost of said cranes in an amount not to 
exceed $1,500,000, provided the cranes are not able to be sold. 
(00:01:37)
 
 
b. Special meeting of the Industrial Development Corporation of the Port of 
Seattle. 
(00:05:19)
 
 
c. First and Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3667: A 
Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle approving the 
issuance by the Industrial Development Corporation of the Port of Seattle 
of its Special Facilities Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2012 
(Delta Air Lines Inc. Project) in a principal amount not to exceed 
$75,000,000 for the purpose of refunding the Development Corporationís 
Special Facilities Revenue Bonds, 2001 (Northwest Airlines Inc. Project); 
and approving the resolution of said Development Corporation authorizing 
said bonds and other documentation in connection with the issuance of 
said bonds. The Resolution also authorizes the Chief Executive Officer 
or the Chief Financial and Administrative Officer to execute documents 
related to the 2012 bonds on behalf of the Port. 
(00:03:46)
 
 
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute a 
lease and concession agreement with the proposer selected in the Portís 
current request for proposal process to operate three duty free/duty paid 
locations for a term of seven years. The draft lease (Exhibit A) is not 
necessarily the final version and is subject to negotiation within the 
stated parameters provided in the memorandum. 
(00:38:32)
 
 
e. Motion Regarding Relief for Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business 
Enterprises and Other Small Business at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. 
(00:11:49)
 
 
Public Testimony for 6e.
(00:26:46)
 
 
f. Authorization to increase the previous Project Authorization by the 
amount of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) grant in the 
amount of $2,875,171 received after Commission authorization on 
March 24, 2009, resulting in the total project authorization of $53,575,171 
(CIP C001725). 
(00:17:27)
 
 
g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) obligate the Port 
to pay Washington State Department of Transportation a not-to-exceed amount 
of $500,000 for work associated with SR-99 Trestle Replacement to allow 
East Marginal Way Grade Separation (EMWGS) Phase II and Argo Yard Access 
Road projects to proceed; and (2) direct staff to develop design and 
prepare bidding documents for EMWGS Phase II in the amount of $350,000 
(CIP #C001725). (00:06:45)
 
 
h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) approve the scope 
and $6 million budget for the creation of an airport sustainability master 
plan (SMP) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; and (2) advertise and 
execute a contract for consulting services for the Airport SMP, with a 
total estimated value of $6.0 million. Authorization to complete the 
environmental review of the master plan will be requested in 2015 once 
the scope of the master plan projects is defined and the level of 
environmental review required is determined. 
(00:03:37)
 
 
i. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute the Second 
Amendment to the Cruise Facility Lease Agreement between the Port of Seattle 
and Cruise Terminals of America to exercise the ìExtension Periodî set 
forth in Article 3. (00:15:18)
 
 

7. Staff Briefings

 
a. Airport Concessions Master Plan Update. 
(00:11:07)
 
 
b. Briefing on the Port Liability Insurance Renewal for the Policy Year 
Beginning on October 1, 2012. (00:11:39)
 
 

8. New Business

 
a. The Chief Executive Officerís Appointment to the Expeditors International 
Board of Directors. (00:51:10)
 

Sept 11 Audit No video
Sept 4 Regular Cancelled

August 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Aug 28 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport CANCELLED
Aug 14 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
Aug 14 Special Bell Harbor Conference Center Notice
Aug 7 Regular Pier 69 2nd REVISED Agenda
Aug 7 Audit Pier 69 Agenda
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Aug 28 Regular​ ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport ​Cancelled
Aug 14 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
Aug 14 Special Bell Harbor Conference Center Minutes
Aug 7 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
Aug 7 Audit Pier 69 Minutes
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
Aug 28 Regular​ ​Pier 69 ​Cancelled
Aug 14 Regular Pier 69 Audio part 1, part 2
Aug 14 Special Bell Harbor Conference Center No Audio Available
Aug 7 Regular Pier 69 Audio
Aug 7 Audit Pier 69 Audio
Date Meeting Type
Aug 14 Regular

Full Meeting (03:18:46)

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

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:26)

Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of July 24, 2012.

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:01:11)

a. Approval of the claims and obligations for the period of July 1,
through July 31, 2012, in the amount of $48,091,066.53.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to perform a competitive
Category III procurement and execute a one-year service agreement for
tourism consulting services in the United Kingdom, for a cost not to
exceed $600,000 and duration of up to three years. This contract will
support and provide continuity for the Port’s international tourism
program, which began in the UK 27 years ago.

Public Testimony: The Commission will take public testimony at this time
consistent with the procedures noted at the bottom of this agenda.
(00:04:28)

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items


a. 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 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).
(00:13:44)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) approve the scope and budget for the creation of an airport sustainability master plan (SMP) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, and (2) advertise and execute a contract for consulting services for the Airport SMP, with a total estimated value of $6.0 million. (00:24:40)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to:

(1) authorize $10,145,200 of tenant reimbursement budget associated with
the design and construction of a new flow-through ticketing area for
Delta Air Lines and Virgin America Airlines at Seattle-Tacoma International
Airport;

(2) execute a tenant reimbursement agreement with Delta for this purpose
under the Airport’s AV-2 Policy; (3) authorize $2,663,800 of non-tenant
reimbursement budget for regulated materials abatement; and (4) authorize
the use of Port crews to construct a new Virgin America airline ticket
office and remodel spaces for two other offices that must be relocated to
accommodate this project. This request seeks a single Commission
authorization to proceed with design, abatement, and construction. The total
estimated cost of this project is $13,125,000. The Port’s portion of the
total project is $10,145,200 (CIP #C800492).
(00:09:12)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to direct staff to develop design documents, conduct sediment testing and environmental review, obtain permits, and prepare construction documents for the Terminal 5 and Terminal 18 Maintenance Dredging Project for an estimated cost of $950,000,
and to advertise for bids and award major construction contracts for the
first phase of Terminal 5 and Terminal 18 Maintenance Dredging Project for
an estimated cost of $1,000,000. The total project cost is estimated at
$4,600,000.
(00:03:26)

e. Second Reading and Final Passage of Resolution No. 3665: A Resolution amending Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements of the Port of Seattle (Lower Duwamish Industrial Development District) by:
(i) declaring certain real property surplus and no longer needed for
port district purposes;
(ii) authorizing its transfer to BNSF Railway Company;
(iii) deleting said property from Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme; and
(iv) adding to Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme certain real property
transferred by BNSF to the Port. Further requesting authorization for the
Chief Executive Officer to take all necessary steps and execute all
documents, including an Exchange Agreement necessary to accomplish the
exchange of properties with BNSF Railway, Inc., in accordance with state
law; and requesting authorization for Port staff to approve escrow
settlement for the Port’s net cost at closing of approximately $51,000.
The Port’s obligation for closing costs of approximately $152,421 will be
partially offset by BNSF’s $97,000 reimbursement to the Port for BNSF’s
share of the survey costs incurred related to this land exchange
transaction and offset by other prepaid credits. These offsetting payment
obligations are reflected in the closing documents for the land exchange
title transfer.
(00:02:36)

f. First Reading of Resolution No. 3666: A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring certain personal property surplus (Port of Seattle Cranes No. 51, 52, and 53) for Port of Seattle purposes and
authorizing its sale or disposal; and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer
to execute all documents related to such sale or disposal. The amount of
this request is not to exceed $1,500,000.
(00:01:30)

7. Staff Briefings
a. Century Agenda Milestones and 2013 Business and Capital Plans Briefing. (01:59:46)

b. 2013 Budget Assumptions Briefing. (00:12:17)

8. New Business

a. Pre-briefing by Elizabeth Morrison about the IDC Bond refunding. (00:01:27)

b. Statement by Commissioner Tarelton regarding phone calls and emails aboutTay Yoshitani's compensation package. (00:00:53)

c. Statement by Gael Tarlton regarding an award by the Government Finance Officer's Association to the Port's Accounting and Financial Reporting Department.(00:01:06)

Aug 14 Special No Video Available
Aug 7 Regular

Full Meeting (03:41:01)

 
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:34)

 

Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of June 18, 2012, and the regular
meetings of June 26, 2012, and July 10, 2012.

 

4. Special Order of Business
 
a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a
consulting services indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract for crane
inspection and engineering support services for $750,000 with a three-year contract
ordering period. No funding is associated with this authorization.
 
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute area specific contracts
to provide contracted snow removal services for the air operations areas and the
landside roads and parking areas. The contracts will be structured as one-year
agreements with up to four years of additional service to be determined annually
by the Port.
 
c. Authorization (1) for the Chief Executive Officer to amend the Terminal 91
Lift Station #4 Replacement project budget by $65,000 for a total project budget
authorization of $315,000; and (2) for use of Port crews to construct the project.
Additional funds for the project are available due to under-spending in other
Seaport small project CIPs.

 

Public Testimony: The Commission will take public testimony at this time consistent
with the procedures noted at the bottom of this agenda. (00:33:09)
 
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
 
a. First Reading and Public Hearing of Resolution No. 3665: A Resolution amending Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements of the Port of Seattle (Lower Duwamish Industrial Development District) by: (i) declaring certain real property surplus and no longer needed for port district purposes; (ii) authorizing its transfer to BNSF Railway Company; (iii) deleting said property from Unit 20
of the Comprehensive Scheme; and (iv) adding to Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme
certain real property transferred by BNSF to the Port. Further requesting
authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to take all necessary steps and
execute all documents, including an Exchange Agreement necessary to accomplish
the exchange of properties with BNSF Railway, Inc., in accordance with state law;
and requesting authorization for Port staff to approve escrow settlement for the
Port’s net cost at closing of approximately $51,000. The Port’s obligation for
closing costs of approximately $167,000 will be partially offset by BNSF’s $97,000
reimbursement to the Port for BNSF’s share of the survey costs incurred related to
this land exchange transaction and offset by other prepaid credits. These offsetting
payment obligations are reflected in the closing documents for the land exchange
title transfer.  (00:04:42)
 
d. Authorization for additional funding to complete construction of the Terminal 18 Pilot Pile Cap Repair and Maintenance Project at an additional cost of $500,000 for
a total project cost of $1,500,000. (00:04:16)
 
7. Staff Briefings
 
 
 
8. New Business (00:05:44)
 
Aug 7 Audit

No Video Available

July 2012

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
July 31 Special Pier 69 - Third Floor Conference Room Notice
July 24 Special Pier 69 Agenda
July 10 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
July 3 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
July 31 Special Pier 69 - Third Floor Conference Room Minutes
July 24 Special Pier 69 Minutes
July 10 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
July 3 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
July 31 Special Pier 69 - Third Floor Conference Room No Audio Available
July 24 Special Pier 69 Audio part 1, part 2
July 10 Regular Pier 69 Audio
July 3 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type
July 31 Special No Video Available
July 24 Special Full Meeting (01:39:32)
 
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:25)
Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of June 4, 2012,
and the regular meeting of June 5, 2012.
 
4. Special Order of Business
 
a. Approval of the claims and obligations for the period of June 1, 2012, through June 30, 2012, in the amount of $38,028,088.22.
 
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with the
South Satellite Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, Lighting, and
Ceiling Replacement project and prepare design documents; perform project
management and administration; and use Port crews to support site
investigation needed to develop the contract documents. The funding
request for this work is $6,500,000, and the total project cost is
$37,011,000 (CIP #C800376).
 
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to design the Federal
Inspection Services Short-Term Improvements project in an amount not to
exceed $284,000 out of a total estimated project cost of $1,041,000
(CIP #C800426).
 
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to design, prepare
construction documents, and perform advanced preparatory work at boarding
gates needed for maintaining airline operations for the 2013 Airfield
Apron Pavement Replacement project in the amount of $200,000. The total
estimated project cost in 2013 is $10,000,000 (CIP #C102573).
 
e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to prepare full design
and construction bid documents for the Parking Garage Emergency Lights
project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in the amount of
$1,157,081, with a total estimated budget for the completed project
of $5,269,600 (CIP #C800230).
 
f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new
collective bargaining agreement between the Port of Seattle and the
Teamsters Local 117, representing Police Officers for January 1, 2012,
through December 31, 2014. The estimated combined total cost increase to
the Port for the duration of the contract is $904,508.
 
g. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new
collective bargaining agreement between the Port of Seattle and the
Teamsters Local 117, representing Police Sergeants for January 1, 2012,
through December 31, 2014. The estimated combined total cost increase
to the Port for the duration of the contract is $214,396.
 
h. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new
collective bargaining agreement between the Port of Seattle and the
Teamsters Local 763, representing Police Commanders for January 1
through December 31, 2012. The CBA covers five full-time equivalent
positions. The total estimated additional cost to the Port for the
duration of the one-year contract is $10,442.
 
i. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) execute a
contract with the low responsive and responsible bidder for the combined
South Satellite Concessions Project (CIP #C800412) and South Satellite
Additional Gate Lobby Project (CIP #C800466) in the amount of $1,771,981,
as required by Resolution No. 3605, as amended, Section 4.2.3.4., due to
the bids being greater than 10 percent over the engineer’s estimate;
(2) increase the budget for the South Satellite Concessions Project
(CIP #C800412) by $207,200 to $2,742,900 to cover additional costs
related to the bid; and (3) increase the budget for the South Satellite
Additional Gate Lobby Project (CIP #C800466) by $171,000 to $1,515,000
to correct design deficiency. The total amount requested for additional
budget funding is $378,200.
 
Public Testimony: The Commission will take public testimony at this time
consistent with the procedures noted at the bottom of this agenda.
(00:02:17)
 
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
 
a. Ratification of the appointment of two new external members of the Port’s Art Oversight Committee, Carolyn Law as “visual artist” and
Laura Haddad as “representative of the community at large,” in accordance
with the Port’s Art Program Policy and Guidelines. (00:04:24)
 
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 Port’s freight section of the Woodinville Subdivision for future
recreational trail uses. The Port will receive $15,000,000 (minus 50 per
cent 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).
(00:12:41)
 
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to design, perform construction support and project management services and overall project support in an amount not to exceed $32,000,000 for the renovation of the North Satellite passenger terminal and the Satellite Transit System station lobbies (North Satellite / Concourse C / North Baggage Claim) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for an eventual total estimated project cost of $194,300,000 (CIP #C800556). (00:23:29)
 
7. Staff Briefings
 
b. Annual Briefing on Art Projects and Art Program Policy and Guidelines.
(00:22:41)
 
8. New Business (00:05:37) 
July 10 Regular

Full Meeting (00:50:34)
1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:10)
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:36)
Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of May 8, 2012, the
special joint meeting of May 22, 2012, and the special meeting of
May 22, 2012.
4. Special Order of Business
a. Commission Activities Report. (00:02:46)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:50)
a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) execute contracts
to buy Common Use System Emulation (CUSE) computer hardware, podium casework,
and holdroom seating; and (2) utilize Port crews for construction of the Airline
Realignment – CUSE at Ticket Counters, Gates and Seating project at Seattle-Tacoma
International Airport. This authorization is for $1,887,000 of a total project
cost of $2,371,000. (CIP #C800473).

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) advertise and execute a
construction contract for the remodel of existing airline spaces, and (2) utilize
Port crews for Airline Tenant Improvements – Airline Realignment (Expense) at
Seattle – Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for $4,243,400 out
of a total project budget of $23,285,000 (WP #104638). (memo enclosed)
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute two indefinite delivery,
indefinite quantity consulting contracts for environmental review, permitting,
compliance and mitigation services, in the amount of $1,050,000 each. There is
no funding request associated with this authorization.

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents
necessary to settle claims filed by Lorena Jo Potts, individually and as Personal
Representative of the Estate of Donald Lee Potts. The terms of the compromise and
settlement for which approval is requested shall release the Port for all damages
claimed in the lawsuit. The claim of $475,000 will be paid by the Port’s insurer,
United States Aircraft Insurance Group.
6. DIVISION, CORPORATE, AND COMMISSION ACTION ITEMS

a. Second Reading and Final Passage 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. (00:03:03)

7. Staff Briefings

a. 2013 Budget Process Briefing. (00:20:11)

8. New Business

a. Public Testimony (00:20:44)

July 3 Regular

 Cancelled


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