May 5, 2009
MEMBERS PRESENT: LINCOLN ZEVE, DAVID WOLSKE, RICHARD HENDRICKSON, ALAN DEBOER, LARRY GRAVES, RUSS SILBIGER, TREG SCOTT
STAFF: SCOTT FEURY, MIKE FAUGHT, MEGAN THORTON
Visitors: Allan Sandler, Alan Bender, Dave Risdale, Kirby Mills
CALL TO ORDER: 9:33 AM
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: April 14th, Motion by Hendrickson for approval, second by Wolske, unanimous vote, minutes approved as written.
Additional Items: Website Comments (Zeve), CAP Hangar (Mills)
Public Forum: Allan Sandler speaks before Commission and gives background information regarding his hangar. He presents offer before City and Commission regarding a 5 year prepaid term lease for his hangar. Sandler would like two, Fiver year lease options with the first being prepaid for five years and the second being prepaid with one year installments with an increase via CPI-U for each additional year after the first five year term. Sandler also asks to post-pone bring the rate policy before the City Council until the July do to the fact that Sandler will be out of town and not able to attend. Sandler also states that after the Commission recommends a rate policy and the City Council approves a final rate that if the rate is to high and he wishes to move then he will pay back rent on his lease for the time he stays at Ashland before moving to a new location. Sandler mentions that a commons accepted practice for valuation is to hire two appraisers and then average the value of both for an accepted rental value. Staff states that the cost of an appraisal at this point in time is not in the budget and would like to resolve the pricing policy in house with the use of comparable airport pricing. Sandler also asks staff about specific use of his hangar with regards to office space and current staff using the hangar. Staff to research and discuss with Sandler at appropriate time. Sandler asks about his first right of refusal and how it applies to the rate policy if it is set to high and he refuses the rental rate and then City is then unable to rent the hangar and must lower the price, does his right of first refusal still apply to then new established rent? Staff to research with legal
Mills states there has been no movement regarding CAP hangar after his email was sent to CAP Wing Commander. Mills to follow up with CAP and inform Commission of status at next meeting.
A. AIP Project: Fleury asks for a Commission member to assist in grading the RFP’s for the new Airport Improvement Project.
A. Pricing Policy: Fleury goes through the power point presentation of airport comparables, appraisal analysis and amenity additions. Presentation showed developed hangar rates at
B. Insurance requirements letter: Discuss at next meeting
C. Brim Aviation: Discuss at next meeting
D. Airport Commission Ordinance: Discuss at next meeting
AIRPORT MANAGER REPORT/FBO REPORT/AIRPORT ASSOCIATION:
A. Status of Airport, Financial Report, Review of Safety Reports: No update do to time constraints. Will discuss at June 2nd meeting.
B. Maintenance Updates – No update do to time constraints. Will discuss at June 2nd meeting.
The meeting of the JC airport commission is the third Monday of the month at 12:00 PM.
NEXT MEETING DATE: July 7, 9:30 AM
ADJOURN: Meeting adjourned at 12:05