The regular meeting of the Chesapeake Airport Authority was held on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., at the Chesapeake Regional Airport, Chesapeake, Virginia.
CALL TO ORDER
Mr. Schrantz reviewed the invoices for the month: Branscome $8,625.14 (Pay Request 10), $188,160.81 (Pay Request 11F); Dixon Hughes & Goodman $1,800.00 (Audit Billing); Talbert & Bright $5,551.45 (CS6-46 Easement Research), $8,126.05 (CF6-20 NTA), $5,855.70 (Corporate Hangar Site Prep); Pender & Coward $1,848.00 (Avigation Easements); USI $4,069.00 (Renewal); Stevenson Tractor $2,545.86 (Repair AC in tractor).
Operating Invoices over $1,000 covered by the annual check signing resolution or previously approved and paid in 2017 included: VMGSI $2,210.00 (Annual Premium); Cooper Krause Hinds $1,274.00 (Runway Threshhold Lights); and Virginia Pilot $1,042.40 (Engineer Advertisement), US Bank $9,362.00 (Bond Payment); Vandeventer & Black LLC $1,000.00 (Two months services); Dominion Virginia Power $1,873.00 (Utility).
A motion was made, seconded and passed to approve payment of the invoices as presented.
TALBERT & BRIGHT REPORT
Hangar Prep Site
CLOSED MEETING COMMENCED – 8:00 P.M.
RECONVENE PUBLIC MEETING – 8:20 P.M.
Upon continuing the public meeting, the following resolution was presented: Now, therefore, be it resolved that the Board of the Chesapeake Airport Authority hereby certifies that to the best of each member’s knowledge (i) only public business matters lawfully exempted from open meeting requirements under the Virginia Code, and (ii) only such public business matters as were identified in the motion by which the closed meeting was convened were heard, discussed or considered in the closed meeting.
A motion was made to authorize Mr. Schrantz, the Airport Manager, to proceed with the necessary action to secure opportunities for financing of up to $3,000,000 for a 3-year infra-structure improvement program at Chesapeake Regional Airport, including additional hangars. Such action shall include obtaining any required city approvals and securing additional tenants and other revenue generating aviation uses for the Airport. The motion was duly seconded and approved unanimously.
Mr. Schrantz reported that the boring test on the runway found that the runway is sufficient for dual weight aircraft weighing 75,000 lbs. The cost of the test was $2,400.00.
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.