December 2, 2008
STAFF: SCOTT FLEURY, MIKE FAUGHT, JIM OLSON, BILL MOLNAR
MEMBERS ABSENT: BILL SKILLMAN, RICHARD HENDRICKSON,
Visitors: Julia Summer, Kirby Mills, Larry Graves, Alan Bender
CALL TO ORDER: 9:30 AM
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: November 2008, Motion by Wise for approval, second by DeBoer, unanimous vote, minutes approved as written.
Public Forum: Julia Summer who lives near
Dr. Alan Bender gives update with regards to the new Medford Airport Terminal. New terminal ribbon cutting ceremony will be held January 3rd 2009 and the new tower is scheduled for completion in March 2009.
B. Hangar inspection: Hangar inspection scheduled for November had to be rescheduled due to unforeseen conflict. Fleury to reschedule inspection for end of January. Fleury will send out email to Commission with new confirmed date of inspection. Skinner to post new notice in FBO building with inspection date. Discuss about hangar numbering ensues and Zeve motions for approval by Airport Commission of numbering scheme before changes occur, second by Wolske, all in favor. Issues still need to be dealt with regarding address changes to B.B., Skinner and Sky hangars. Wise to speak with Fire regarding numbering scheme to see if they have issue about changing it to building sequential instead of site sequential.
A. Planning Information: Bill Molnar from planning attends meeting for a Q&A session regarding planning within the City of
B. Electrical Power: Fleury states that cost to purchase power system from PP&L would require 2 times the annual revenue generated, which would amount to approximately $1300.00. The problem lies with the money required to update the facilities with City of
C. Hangar Door: Skinner states that he is having an engineer on site to review existing hangar door system and new system to see what is needed for installation. Skinner to receive new “firm” estimate of installation cost and bring to Commission when available. Commission to then discuss rent reduction to cover cost of hangar door installation.
AIRPORT MANAGER REPORT/FBO REPORT/AIRPORT ASSOCIATION:
A. Status of Airport, Financial Report, Review of Safety Reports: Skinner states that he was able to drop fuel prices down about a dollar based on his last load received. Skinner to put notice on boat @ end of hangars to be removed or City will remove it. Individual damaged chain link fence near entrance and will need to repair it. Fleury to work with City’s risk management group to get fenced repaired by proper individuals.
B. Maintenance Updates – Hangar inspections rescheduled for January 22, 2009.
The meeting of the JC airport commission is the third Monday of the month at 12:00 PM.
NEXT MEETING DATE: January 13, 2009, 9:30 AM
ADJOURN: Meeting adjourned at 11:25 AM