The regular meeting of the Chesapeake Airport Authority was held on Wednesday,
|CALL TO ORDER
Mr. Earl Hollowell declared a quorum present and called the January 2015 meeting to order at 7:00 p. m.
After review of the minutes, a motion was made and passed unanimously to accept the minutes from the meeting on December 2014.
Mr. Chris Schrantz went over the invoices for the month: Talbert & Bright $15,933.58 (FBO Facility Study); $15,575.90 (AIP 6-19 Inv. 9); $3,365.85 (SWPPP, SPCC, ODC) and US Bank $1,100.00 (Bond Admin Fee).
Operating Invoices over $1,000 covered by the annual check signing resolution or already approved previously that were paid 2014: Kaufman & Canoles $1,059.20 (General Matters), $1,910.00 (General Matters); MASCO Sweepers, Inc. $1,680.00 (Brushes); Talbert & Bright $6,491.20 (AIP 6-19 Inv. 8), $4,863.48 (CS6-44 Inv. 5). A motion was made, seconded and passed unanimously to approve the invoices for the month of December/January 2015.
Rules and Review Committee
Smart Board Update
Mr. Chris Schrantz discussed that we might want to also update our camera security system for approximately $7,000. Mr. Schrantz stated that the DOAV is looking at it to determine if they will have a grant for camera upgrades.
TALBERT & BRIGHT
Off-Airport Easement Acquisition/Obstruction Removal EA
North Terminal Area Apron Phase I & II
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC) and Oil Discharge Contingency Plan (ODCP) Update
These plans are currently being revised. The documents are currently being updated to meet current standards and to evaluate them for effectiveness and to address any potential improvement to the facilities or spill prevention practices. These documents are required by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality and are to be updated on a routine basis. The plans are anticipated to be submitted for review by February 6, 2015.
Request to Re-title of Capital Budget with the City
Field Trip Pictures
Waste Water Treatment Plant
Conditional Use Permit
Mr. John Beaulieu stated the airport’s maintenance technician, Dan Bigley, is the best maintenance guy the airport has ever had and that the airport should get water and heat out to his maintenance building.
Ms. Amy Wiegand, Horizon Aviation, questioned the definition of partnership in the minutes from last month in reference to EPIX and their business with Prevalence. Mr. Chris Schrantz stated the word partnership used in the meeting is not defined by the legal definition but was meant to mean working together. They will be working under a limited use and marketing agreement with Prevalence as the owner of the aircraft and they will have a flight management agreement. Mr. Schrantz stated that the agreements will be reviewed by the lawyer. Mr. Beaulieu stated that he thinks Prevalence should be working on the airport under a SASO agreement. Mr. Beaulieu stated that the information that he has received, the temporary building is contracted in Prevalence name, the plane is under Prevalence ownership and he feels that they should apply to be a SASO.
Mr. Earl Hollowell told Mr. Chris Schrantz to check out the contracts to determine what the legal relationship is with EPIX and Prevalence.
The motion, seconded by Mr. Don Britt and passed unanimously to adjourn the Executive Session in accordance with the resolution in accordance with the Virginia Freedom Information Act, Section 2.2-3712, as indicated on Form II attached hereto and made a part hereof.
A motion was made that the board have Hunter Old, legal counsel, draft a lease that will deal with the temporary structure that EPIX will be using as a classroom, the motion was seconded and pass unanimously.
The minutes are summary in nature and are not intended to be an exact transcript of the proceedings. The Authority maintains an audiotape of the meeting.