2017.10.04 COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

Submitted by Sandra Shelton on Tue, 10/03/2017 - 3:04pm
Release Date: 
10/03/2017

OKLAHOMA AERONAUTICS COMMISSION MEETING

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2017, AT 10 AM

OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

FIRST FLOOR COMMISSION ROOM

200 NE 21ST STREET

OKLAHOMA CITY OK

AGENDA

1.     Announcement of filing of meeting notice and posting of the agenda in accordance with the Open Meeting Act — Chairman Wes Stucky

2.     CALL TO ORDER AND RECORDING OF MEMBERS PRESENT AND ABSENT— Chairman Wes Stucky

3.     APPROVAL OF THE AUGUST 23, 2017, COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES — Chairman Wes Stucky

Action Required

4.     DIRECTOR’S REPORT— Victor Bird

A.  Center for Aerospace and Defense Supplier Quality (CADSQ), House Interim Study by Representative Tess Teague, October 3

B.  Military Training Airspace, House Interim Study 17-099 by Representative Charles Ortega, October 10

C.  National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) Convention, Alabama

D.  Presentation to recently hired Boeing employees (REACH)

E.  Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Interim Study by Representative Casey Murdock

Information Only

5.     INTRODUCTION OF NEW AIRPORT ENGINEER—Victor Bird

The Commission will be introduced to Winfred Lusk, the agency’s new airport engineer.

Information Only

6.     NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE AVIATION OFFICIALS ANNUAL DUES — Victor   Bird

The Commission will consider approving $11,500 for annual membership dues into the National Association for State Aviation Officials (NASAO) for Oct. 1, 2017 through Sept. 30, 2018.

Action Required

7.     2018 LEGISLATIVE ITEMS — Sandra Shelton, Victor Bird

Commissioners will be informed on the following legislative initiatives.  

A.  SB 477 protecting military training airspace (continued)

B.  HB 2553 aircraft excise tax charter exemption fairness (continued)

C.  SB 705 Removes the cap on aircraft excise tax revenue (continued)

Information Only

8.     FINANCIAL REPORT— Jane Mitchell

The Commission will be briefed on the current budget figures for FY 2018.

Information Only

9.     THREE-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM CONSENT DOCKET — Grayson Ardies Any Commissioner may request that any or all of these items be considered individually.

A.  The Commission will consider approving an amendment to the Three-year Capital Improvement Program that will add a FY 2018 project at Ardmore Municipal Airport to construct a concrete apron hard-stand.  The total project cost is estimated to be $451,150 and will be funded with $428,592 state grant funds, and $22,558 local matching funds. 

B.  The Commission will consider approving an amendment to the Three-year Capital Improvement Program that will add a FY 2018 project at Muskogee Davis Regional Airport to construct a concrete apron hard-stand.  The total project cost is estimated to be $175,000 and will be funded with $166,250 state grant funds, and $8,750 local matching funds. 

C.  The Commission will consider approving an amendment to the Three-year Capital Improvement Program that will add a FY 2018 project at Sand Springs William R Pogue Municipal Airport to construct a concrete apron hard-stand.  The total project cost is estimated to be $175,000 and will be funded with $166,250 state grant funds, and $8,750 local matching funds. 

Action Required

10.    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM CONSENT DOCKET - Dale Williams Any Commissioner may request that any or all of these items be considered individually.

A.  The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Capital Improvement Program at Ardmore Municipal Airport. The project consists of constructing a concrete hardstand within the asphalt main aircraft parking apron. The approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application based on bids. Based on bids, the total project cost is $451,150 and will be funded with $428,592 of state grant funds and $22,558 of sponsor matching funds.

B.  The Commission will consider approving an amendment to the Construction and Properties Division contract #16068.  The contract is for engineering design services for taxilanes in a new hangar development area at Carlton Landing Field. The amendment consists of locating a waterline that may be located in the new hangar development area and its impact on airport development. Based on fee estimates the total amendment cost is $3,200 and will be funded with $3,200 of state funds. Based on the management and operating agreement between the Commission and the Fixed Base Operator (FBO), the FBO will construct 11 hangars, a 100 LL fuel farm, and the private use areas of the taxilanes.

C.  The Commission will consider approving an amendment to state grant F92-17-S. The project consists of constructing a taxilane in a new hangar area at Kingfisher Municipal Airport. The original project cost is $199,137.59 and funded $189,180.71 state grant funds and $9,956.88 sponsor matching funds.  The amendment will fund the Grant Administration services that the Sponsor had contracted for, but failed to identify on the approved State Grant Application. The total cost of the amendment is $4,500 and will be funded with $4,050 state grant funds, and $450 sponsor matching funds.

D.  The Commission will consider approving an amendment to state grant H71-17-S.The project consists of constructing a concrete hardstand within the asphalt main aircraft parking area at Mid-America Industrial Airport. The original project cost is $120,889 and funded $114,844 state grant funds and $6,045 sponsor matching funds. The amendment will fund the removal and replacement of the undesirable subgrade material discovered during construction. The total cost of the amendment is $1,140 and will be funded with $1,082 state grant funds, and $58 sponsor matching funds.

E.  The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Capital Improvement Program at Stillwater Regional Airport. The project consists of constructing the final phase of the realignment of the parallel taxiway system to runway 17/35. Based on bids, the total project cost is $4,982,095 and will be funded with $4,482,535 of federal grant funds, $249,030 of state grant funds and $250,530 of sponsor matching funds. The Commission is providing half the sponsor federal required matching funds.

Action Required

11.      COMMISSION ACT AS AGENT FOR THE CITY OF DURANT — Dale Williams

The Commission will consider granting its approval for staff to move forward in accordance with Title 3, Section 85 of Oklahoma State Statutes to act as the agent for the City of Durant (City) contingent upon the City’s request. This will allow staff to assist the City through the design and construction of a runway rehabilitation and extension project at Durant Regional – Eaker Field Airport.

Action Required

12.    ADMINISTRATIVE RULES FOR THE OKLAHOMA AERONAUTICS COMMISSION — Grayson Ardies

A.     The Commission will be briefed on recommended changes to the agency's administrative rules regarding the Aircraft Pilot and Passenger Protection Act. The changes will update the administrative rules to ensure they are in line with statutory changes passed in HB 2179. Staff requests the Commission’s approval to proceed with the rule-making process. 

Action Required

B.     The Commission will be briefed on recommended changes to the agency's administrative rules regarding the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The changes will move the CIP from a three year to a five year program. Staff requests the Commission’s approval to proceed with the rule-making process. 

Action Required

C.     The Commission will be briefed on recommended changes to the agency's administrative rules regarding the Airport Grant Program. The changes will update the Airport Grant Program rules and create a list of the airport infrastructure items that can be funded by the program. Staff requests the Commission’s approval to proceed with the rule-making process. 

Action Required

13.   FAA FLIGHT INSPECTION SERVICES AGREEMENT — Grayson Ardies

The Commission will consider giving Director Bird the authority to move forward with renewing the agreement between FAA and the Commission for flight inspection services of navigational aids. These flight inspections are required to activate lighting equipment such as ODALS, VGSI, REILs, etc. The agreement will be for $50,000.

Action Required

14.   DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DoD) – OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT GRANT FOR STATEWIDE LAND USE STUDY – Grayson Ardies

        The Commission will consider being the grantee for this DoD grant and allowing staff to move forward with the Request for Proposal (RFP) process and applying for the grant.  As part of this project the Commission will also need to enter into an agreement with the Oklahoma Strategic Military Planning Commission as they will be providing the local matching funds for the grant.

Action Required

15.   AVIATION ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY UPDATE — Grayson Ardies

Staff will provide the Commission with an update on the Oklahoma Statewide Economic Impact Study.

Information Only

16.   REVIEW OF UPCOMING AVIATION AND AEROSPACE EVENTS — Sandra Shelton

Commissioners will be briefed on upcoming events through the state.

Information Only

17.   CONCLUDING REMARKS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS — Victor Bird and Commissioners

18.   ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEXT MEETING — Chairman Wes Stucky

        The Commission will announce the date, time and place for the next Commission meeting.

19.    NEW BUSINESS (“any matter not known about or which could not be reasonably foreseen 24 hours before the meeting”)

20.    Adjournment

 

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