The regular meeting of the Chesapeake Airport Authority was held on Wednesday,
CALL TO ORDER
Welcome to New Authority Member
Operating Invoices over $1,000 covered by the annual check signing resolution or already approved previously that were paid in October 2013: Talbert & Bright $32,467.07 (Security Perimeter Road), 14,095.35 (NTA PH I & II); Austin Electric $1,694.56 (Battery Backup); US Bank $9,549.33 (Bond); and Dominion Power $1,862.08 (Power).
Litigation Invoices to be paid by the City of Chesapeake: Pender & Coward $5,966.75 (Haynes et al).
FY 15 CAPITAL BUDGET
Airport Rules & Regulations Review and Update Working Group
TALBERT & BRIGHT
Off-Airport Environmental Assessment Obstruction Removal
Apron Expansion Project
FAA Master Grant
AUTHORITY MEMBER COMMENTS
COMMENTS FROM THE FBO
Mr. John Beaulieu asked if there was anything we could do to get the city council or city liaison more interested in the airport to help lobby for us in getting action on the access road? Mr. Vince Gordon suggested to Mr. Earl Hollowell that Mr. Hollowell Call Mr. Rick West to see what he can do for the authority.
COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIRMAN
Mr. Chris Schrantz stated that Amar Dwarkanath, Deputy City Manager, came over to the airport to meet with him. Mr. Dwarkanath commented about how hard it was to get out here to the airport and that his arrival was delayed because of the construction. Mr. Dwarkanath stated that he is going to see about getting more signage to point the way to the airport
Mr. Tom Love a motion, seconded by Mr. W. Vince Gordon 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.
Mr. David Wade made a motion that the operating budget be approved with changes being made to remove the line item Reserve and move that amount back to health insurance. Mr. Wade also made a motion to approve a 3% pay raise in the FY 2015 budget for airport personnel (Assistant Airport Manager and Aviation Maintenance Technician), as recommended. The motions were seconded and passed unanimously to approve the 3 % pay raises for the recommended airport employees as well as the FY 2015 Operating Budget for the Chesapeake Airport Authority.
There being no further business, a motion was made, seconded and passed unanimously to adjourn the meeting.
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.