October 7, 2008
STAFF: SCOTT FLEURY
MEMBERS ABSENT: TREGG SCOTT, RICHARD HENDRICKSON, RUSS SILBIGER AND BRITTANY WISE
Visitors: Alan Bender, Scott Rolston
CALL TO ORDER: 9:30 AM
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: August 5, 2008, Motion by Lobaugh for approval, second by DeBoer, unanimous vote, minutes approved as written.
A. Additional Items: SuperAwos Discussion
Public Forum: No public comments.
A. Hangar Door Installation: Skinner has no new update regarding installation. He is going to work on obtaining a new quote for engineering and installation of the doors. Once a reasonable bid is in place the Commission can work towards a payback schedule for Skinner.
B. Lindner letter and lease package: Lindner has received copies of lease’s and letter regarding construction and lease requirements. Fleury received signed copy of letter acknowledging receipt by Lindner. Lease to go before the City Council for approval. City of
C. DC-3 hangar construction: Fleury received 2000.00 deposit from John Phelps for space reservation in order to construct a 24,000 sq-ft hangar to house the DC-3 aircraft. Fleury sent letter to Robert Davis acknowledging receipt of deposit check.
A. QT-Technologies Fueling Terminal Service Agreement: Skinner states in the past they have had the Platinum Level service agreement due to issues with the circuit boards and display panel. Problems with system have improved with new installations but Commission is still wary of having a system breakdown that is not covered with the service agreement. Wolske motions to keep Platinum Level Service Agreement, 2nd by Skillman and approved by unanimous vote. Fleury to call QT and have invoice sent to City for Platinum level service.
C. Crowman Mill Site: Fleury discusses building heights with the Commission for the Crowman Mill Site and how to calculate max elevation based on the Airport Encroachment Zone Maps (FAR 77). It is the Commissions opinion that it is up to the consultants to verify building height restrictions.
D. Rental Rate Approval: The rentals rates were supposed to go to City Council for approval, but the issue was postponed due to re-writing of the resolution. Once new resolution is written rates will go before Council for approval.
E. Avigation Easement: The Commission looked over the Avigation Easement written by City Planning and has no issues with it. Commission talked over ideas about how to tie the easement into tax-lots that are in the overlay zone and do not have the hold harmless agreement in place. It appears the only way to tie the easement into tax-lots that do not have it in place is through a planning action when the Property Owners improve their dwellings.
AIRPORT MANAGER REPORT/FBO REPORT/AIRPORT ASSOCIATION:
A. Status of Airport, Financial Report, Review of Safety Reports: Skinner states they are working through some payment issues with aircraft owners over tie downs.
B. Maintenance Updates – Fleury to setup a hangar inspection with City of
The meeting of the JC airport commission is the third Monday of the month at 12:00 PM.
NEXT MEETING DATE: November 4, 2008, 9:30 AM
ADJOURN: Meeting adjourned at 10:49 AM