February 2, 2010
MEMBERS PRESENT: ALAN DEBOER, RUSS SILBIGER, BILL SKILLMAN, DAVID WOLSKE, LARRY GRAVES, BOB SKINNER, TREG SCOTT,
STAFF: SCOTT FEURY
MEMBERS ABSENT: RICHARD HENDRICKSON, ALAN BENDER
Visitors: Kirby Mills, Glen Ward
CALL TO ORDER: 9:37 AM
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: January 5, motion by
Additional Items: Airport Security (old business)
Public Forum: No Public Comments
A. AIP Project Engineering Design: Fleury informs Commission that there are no major updates for the AIP engineering design. The City of
B. Airport Website Development: Fleury and
C. CAP Hangar: Commission discuses the Medford CAP lease. A copy of the lease was sent over to Fleury from Bern Case and then passed on to the Commission. The lease has a structure to it that provides for a base rate and then rate reductions for in-kind service matches. The Commission would like to send a letter to the CAP to state the intentions to negotiate a new lease at the end of there current term. The lease will be similar in structure to that of
D. Housekeeping: Commission to review housekeeping occasionally if items creep up. They would like to keep the airport free of safety hazards and operating smoothly. Skinner to use due diligence when housekeeping issues arise.
E. Security: Skinner states that someone has removed fuel from his fuel truck on two occasions in the past month. He has filed a police report and then stated the police will ramp up enforcement around the Airport. Skinner states that it is a federal offense to tamper with fuel on an airport and his fuel truck has stickers that state that. Commission thinks this is another reason for installation of a security camera system at the Airport. Random incidences have increased over the past few months, more than Skinner has seen in his twenty years at the airport. Fleury states that he has put a security camera system in the AIP budget along with perimeter fencing. Fleury thinks they can use entitlement money after the completion of the runway project to install fencing and a security camera system. Fleury to check with the ODA about any grants for security systems at public general aviation airports in
B. Airport Day:
C. Transportation Commission ex-officio member: Silbiger states the second reading for the Commission ordinance is tonight and will take 30 days to become effective. The new ordinance will allow an ex-officio member of the Airport Commission to be on the transportation Commission. The Airport Commission can pick the ex-officio member and Wolske as stated in previous meetings has an interest in being part of the Transportation Commission. Commission is fine with Wolske being an ex-officio member. Wolske will also apply to be a voting member of the Transportation Commission.
AIRPORT MANAGER REPORT/FBO REPORT/AIRPORT ASSOCIATION:
A. Status of Airport, Financial Report, Review of Safety Reports: Fleury asks Commission who has power in the vintage closed hangar section because there is a new City of Ashland meter there as part of the transfer from Pacific Power and no one knows who the power goes to. Commission believes the power goes to the Oregon State Police. Fleury to pass this information along to utility billing.
B. Maintenance Updates – No new updates. Maintenance work will continue as time and weather allow.
The meeting of the JC airport commission is the third Monday of the month at 12:00 PM.
NEXT MEETING DATE: March 2, 9:30 AM
ADJOURN: Meeting adjourned at 11:30