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Last Published: 1/22/2008 11:33:41 AM
KANSAS CITY COMMITTEE RECORD
 
Upon Roll Call the following members were present:
Present:5 - BILL SKAGGS, ALVIN BROOKS, BECKY SCHUMACHER, SAUNDRA MCFADDEN-WEAVER, GEORGE BLACKWOOD
 

060782
Authorizing execution of a Master Development Agreement with Trammell Crow Kansas City Development, Inc., for the development of various lands at Kansas City International Airport.


AVIATION COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, CONSENT"
Aviation Director Mark VanLoh outlined the details of the agreement between the Aviation Department and Trammell Crow. The agreement is for development to be done within a five year period with an additional five year option for future development on airport properties. If for some reason the clauses of the agreement are not met, then the agreement can be terminated. The company operates out of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and has a local office in Kansas City. Thirty-four companies responded to the RFP sent out but after hearing the time lines involved only 2 companies submitted bids. There were several questions relating to rental income and costs of operations. Mr. VanLoh stated that he didn't have specifics at this time because the rent of the property would be based on the appraisal of the property. The city would incur the cost of doing infrastructure updates. The cost of putting facilities on the property would be covered by the company not the city. Mr. VanLoh said that he would come back to the committee with all information once all paperwork had been finalized
Ayes: 5 - Skaggs, Brooks, Schumacher, McFadden-Weaver, Blackwood
Nays: 0
 
 There will be a general discussion of current Aviation issues. Aviation Director Mark VanLoh stated that KCI had attendance to reach the 1 million passenger mark for June. He also anticipated that July would also have over 1 million passengers come through KCI. This has been the first time since post September 11th that the airport has had over 1 million passengers in a month.