|Last Published: 12/6/2006 9:41:39 AM|
|Upon Roll Call the following members were present:|
|Present:||3 - TERESA LOAR, JIM ROWLAND, EVERT ASJES|
|Excused:||1 - ALVIN BROOKS|
|Authorizing a $115,485.00 contract with F.E. Young Drilling Company for Project No. K67 - Levee Relief Well System Testing - 1999 at Kansas City Downtown Airport and the expenditure of previously appropriated funds in the amount of $125,485.00.|
AVIATION COMMITTEE recommends "DO PASS AS A COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE"
Phil Brown, Acting Director of Aviation Department, testified on behalf of this ordinance. This ordinance would authorize a contract for testing of the Levy Relief Well System. The is a system of forty-seven (47) relief wells around the levy. Aviation has an agreement with Corp of Engineers and North Kansas City Levee District that states every five (5) years Aviation would conduct maintenance test making sure that no water is getting into the levies. There were two (2) bids for this ordinance.
Ayes: 3 - Loar, Rowland, Asjes
|Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the Fixed Base Operations Lease and Agreement with Southport Aviation, Inc., at Richards-Gebaur Memorial Airport temporarily holding in abeyance rent and paying management and operating fees in the amount of $48,000.00, declaring an emergency.|
AVIATION COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS AS A COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE"
Phil Brown, Acting Director of Aviation Department, testified on behalf of this ordinance. This ordinance would authorize a contract that would temporarily hold in abeyance the rent payment and management and operating fees for three (3) months for Southport Aviation. This company has alleged that they have been damaged by the process that the city has been going through with Richards Gebaur Airport. Shortly after the councils action to call the election and to proceed with the master plan of the airport Southport spoke with the Aviation Department asking them to allow Southport to close its business at that time or to assist in their operating cost because they have been loosing money. Southport currently has thirty-eight (38) aircraft based at the airport. If this company was to close its business at the airport those aircraft would have to be moved out quickly and all operations would have to shut down. Staff of the Aviation Department has reviewed the financial report of this company and concluded the Aviation Department would pay their operating cost for three (3) months in the amount of 16,000.00 per month. This would eliminate the deficit that this company has.
Ayes: 2 - Loar, Rowland
|990658||Expressing the intent of the City Council to locate and maintain a general aviation airport in the Richards-Gebaur - South Kansas City area and directing the City Manager to take all necessary steps to implement the Council´s intent pursuant to an open and public process.|
AVIATION COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD OFF AGENDA"
Teresa Loar recommended to hold this ordinance off the agenda (6/9/99).
Ayes: 2 - Loar, Rowland