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>> DON EDLIN. >> HERE. >> PRUDENCE HOSTETTER?

>> HERE. >> DAVE AUSTIN? >> HERE.

>> WARD GILL? I KNOW WARD IS HERE. WE'LL FIGURE OUT THE MUTING

DEAL. TOM PISCITELLO? >> HERE.

>> PERFECT. >> OKAY. >> CAN YOU HEAR ME?

>> YES, SIR, WE CAN HEAR YOU. CAN YOU HEAR US? >> YES.

>> WONDERFUL. OKAY. I SHOW OUR NEXT AGENDA ITEM PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE. WE'LL STAND AND DO THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES. I HAVE GOT TWO SETS OF MINUTES ON HERE.

A SET FROM FEBRUARY, BECAUSE AT THE LAST MEETING WE DIDN'T INCLUDE MINUTES.

WE JUST HAD DISCUSSION. AND THEN MAY 14TH MEETING AS WELL.

>> CAN WE DO THEM BOTH TOGETHER? >> YOU CAN DO THEM BOTH TOGETHER, YES, MA'AM.

>> I'LL MOVE THAT WE APPROVE THE MINUTES FROM BOTH FEBRUARY 13, 2020 REGULAR ADVISORY AIRPORT ADV ADVISORY COMMISSION MEETING AS WELL AS THE MAY 2020 AIRPORT

ADVISORY MEETING. >> I'LL SECOND. >> I MISSED TWO SECONDS OF THAT.

>> I BELIEVE THAT WAS CHUCK. >> OKAY. THANKS, CHUCK.

>> YEAH, IT WAS ME. I STEPPED ON SOMEBODY THOUGH, DIDN'T I? AND, LEN, I THINK THERE'S A SPOT I'M SUPPOSED TO SIGN THAT. I CAN GET THAT OVER TO YOU OR SEND YOU AN ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE. WHICH EVER YOU PREFER?

>> I'M DOING MY -- WE'VE GOT THE LECK ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE, I'LL E-MAIL IT TO YOU, IF THAT WORKS

FOR YOU. >> GREAT. >> WONDERFUL.

NEXT ITEM IS PUBLIC COMMENT. I DON'T HAVE ANYBODY IN THE ROOM THAT LOOKS LIKE THEY WANT TO PROVIDE A PUBLIC COMMENT. I ALSO DON'T HAVE ANYBODY IN OUR ZOOM ROOM THAT THEY WANT TO PROVIDE A VIRTUAL PUBLIC COMMENT. COMMI COMMISSIONERS, WE DON'T HAVE ANY PUBLIC MEETING. WE CAN MOVE ON.

>> I HAVE A QUESTION FIRST. WHEN WE DID THE APPROVAL, DO WE HAVE TO HAVE AYES OR NAYS?

>> PRUDENCE HAS A GOOD.. FOR APPROVAL, WE HAVE PRUDENCE MOVED TO APPROVE BOTH MINUTES.

CHUCK SECONDED. CAN I GET A ROUND OF AYES. >> AYE.

>> AYE. >> AYE. >> WERE THERE ANY NAYS?

OKAY. PERFECT. >> THANK YOU.

>> THANK YOU. >> APPRECIATE THAT. >> OKAY.

[Item 6.1]

SO FIRST ON THE OLD BUSINESS IS THE MONTHLY FINANCIAL UPDATE. I HAVE PROVIDED YOU THE STANDARD MONTHLY UPDATE WE USUALLY REVIEW. I WAS JUST GOING TO MENTION, I KNOW WE'RE GOING TO TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THE BUDGET. I WAS GOING TO TALK ABOUT SOME OF OUR REVENUE EXPENSE LINES SPECIFICALLY. I WANTED TO CALL OUT ON THE REVENUE PAGE SOMETHING WE'RE WORKING THROUGH WITH A NUMBER OF PROJECTS THAT WE TALKED ABOUT RECENTLY WOULD BE OUR DOT GRANT STATUS, SOME OF THE PROJECTS THAT ARE ON GOING.

UNDER THE FAA GRANT REVENUE LINE ITEM YOU'LL SEE 2.1 MILLION IN THE BUDGET.

I BUDGETED RUNWAY 422 LAST YEAR FOR THIS FISCAL YEAR. I ALSO NOW HAVE THAT IN THE NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET. YOU ALSO SEE ME DO THAT BECAUSE THOSE PROJECTS CROSS TWO FISCAL YEARS. I NEVER KNOW HOW MUCH WE'RE GOING TO SPEND.

WE'RE NOT GOING TO RECEIVE $2 MILLION IN FAA GRANT MONEY, BUT WE'RE ALSO NOT SPENDING OUR

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SHARE OF THAT MONEY. I JUST WANTED TO MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT WAS GOING ON THERE. THAT'S THE SAME PRODUCT AGAIN FOR RUNWAY 422.

I HAVE ABOUT, FOR THE DESIGN OF RUNWAY 422 UNDER TO DATE REVENUE, I HAVE GOT ANOTHER $20,000 IN REIMBURSEMENT ROUGHLY COMING BACK TO US FOR THAT PROJECT.

I ALSO SUBMITTED TODAY THE PAPERWORK FOR THE $30,000 CARES ACT REIMBURSEMENT.

THAT'S THE CARES ACTED GRANT THAT WAS GIVEN TO THE AIRPORT TO REIMBURSE OPERATIONAL EXPENSES.

WE'LL SEE THAT COME BACK IN THE NEAR FUTURE. UNDER DOT GRANT I HAVE $9,000 OR $10,000 COMING BACK FOR THE DESIGN PROJECT. REMAINDER OF THE BUDGET AMOUNT WAS FOR THE FUEL PUMP PROJECT. YOU'LL SEE THAT'S AGAIN ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE PROJECTS ACROSS TWO FISCAL YEARS. I USUALLY PROTECT OURSELVES AND BUDGET THE FULL PROJECT.

OTHER THAN THAT, I DON'T HAVE ANYTHING SIGNIFICANT FROM OTHER REVENUE ITEMS OR EXPENSE ITEMS. KIND OF TAKES AWAY, WE'RE STILL CASH FLOW POSITIVE. WE'RE IN A GOOD POSITION COMING TO THE AIRPORT. WE RECOGNIZE THE LOSS OF REVENUE THERE, COVID-19 IMPACTS.

WE'VE BEEN WATCHING OUR P'S AND Q'S. I'M STILL CONFIDENT WITH SOME CONSERVATIVE PROJECTIONS, WE'LL BE JUST FINE, COME OUT REVENUE OVER EXPENSE IN THE FISCAL YEAR.

>> I HAVE A QUESTION. >> OKAY. >> ONE LINE ITEM THAT 30,000

COME UNDER WHEN IT SHOWS UP? >> THAT WILL COME UNDER FAA GRANT.

>> FAA GRANT? >> YES. IT'S AN UNBUDGETED REVENUE

SOURCE. >> THEN THE SECOND QUESTION WAS ON FUEL SALES.

I WAS SURPRISED TO SEE 62%, I MEAN, IT'S PRETTY MUCH DEAD ON TARGET.

EVEN WITH THE REDUCED TRAFFIC. ANY EXPLANATION? THAT'S GOOD NEWS, BUT --

>> YEAH. TWO THINGS. ONE, I THINK IF YOU LOOK AT THE FUEL SALE AMOUNT, I'M USUALLY FAIRLY CONSERVATIVE WHEN I BUDGET THE FUEL FLOW REVENUE.

I THINK -- LET ME FIND THE LINE ITEM. THAT COMES OUT TO ABOUT 310,000 GALLONS OF FUEL. THAT'S ON A FISCAL YEAR. IF YOU LOOK ON A CALENDAR YEAR 2019 WE HAD 372,000. SO I'M USUALLY A LITTLE MORE CONSERVATIVE IN CASE WE SEE A REDUCTION FOR SOME REASON. OF COURSE, ONE OF OUR LARGE FUEL SALE COMPONENTS WE'VE GONE THROUGH THAT AND THAT'S OCCURRED. CERTAINLY THERE'S A LOSS OF FUEL OVER THE LAST MONTH OR SO, I'M SURE BRIAN COULD SPEAK TO THAT AND PERHAPS MOVING FORWARD WE'LL SEE SOME ACTIVITY. I WAS PRETTY CONSERVATIVE. I DID THAT IN THE BUDGET GOING FORWARD WITH SOME OF THE UNKNOWNS ON WHAT WE WOULD EXPECT FOR FUEL FLOW REVENUE.

>> THANK YOU. >> YEP. ANY OTHER QUESTIONS ON THE

MONTHLY FINANCIALS? >> YEAH. I WAS WITH SAM TODAY.

WHATEVER THEY CALL IT, SERVICE CLUB IS THINKING ABOUT FLYING IN HERE, HAVING THEIR FLY IN IN

OCTOBER. ARE YOU AWARE OF THAT? >> I AM.

MR. ACCOUNT E-- MR. EKERT IS ON THE ZOOM MEETING WITH US. THEY WERE INITIALLY PLANNING, AS I UNDERSTAND IT, ARE STILL PLANNING AN EVENT AT THE OMNI IN OCTOBER.

THEY APPROACHED BRIAN AND I FOR A CONVERSATION. WE'VE BEEN WORKING LOGISTICS BEHIND THE SCENES. MR. EKERT MIGHT HAVE A BETTER UPDATE.

HE WAS WORKING DIRECTLY WITH THEM. BRIAN, IF YOU'RE ON THE LINE,

DID THEY GIVE YOU ANY UPDATES ON THAT? >> WELL, IT'S KIND OF TOUCH AND GO. THEY SAY THEY'RE STILL COMING, BUT, YOU KNOW, I DON'T KNOW THE LODGING SITUATION. I THINK THEY'LL KNOW MORE HERE IN A COUPLE OF MONTHS.

THE CONTRACT IS SIGNED WITH THE OMNI AND THEY'RE GONNA TRY TO HAVE IT IF THEY FEEL COMFORTABLE. WE'LL SEE. WE'VE GOT A FEW MONTHS TO GO.

>> YEAH. THAT'S REALLY GOOD NEWS. >> YEAH.

>> I HAD ABOUT 225 AIRCRAFT LAST YEAR. THEY HAVE ONE MIGRATION A YEAR.

THEY MOVE IT AROUND THE COUNTRY. LAST YEAR THEY HAD A LITTLE OVER 200 AIRCRAFT.

THEY WERE EXPECTING THIS TO BE LARGER. COURSE, COVID CAME.

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I'D BE SURPRISED IF THEY GOT ALL 200 IN THIS YEAR, EVEN IF THEY DO COME.

BUT I HAVE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THE AIR NATIONAL GUARD. WE'LL KNOW AHEAD OF TIME HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE REGISTERED FOR THE EVENT. IT WILL BE A BIG EVENT.

>> ALSO, THEY WILL HAVE TO COORDINATE THE RUNWAY 422 REHABILITATION DURING THAT TIME,

I WOULD IMAGINE. >> YOU BET. BRIAN AND I TALKED BRIEFLY ABOUT THAT. THERE WILL BE AN OPERATIONAL LIMITATION AND DEPENDING ON WHERE THE CLOSURES OF 1331 AND 927. BUT AS FAR AS PARKING AIRCRAFT, I THINK WE CAN ACCOMMODATE IT. AS BRIAN MENTIONED, WE DO TENTATIVELY THE INTERNATIONAL GUARD OFFERED TO COME IN, I THINK THEY CAN HANDLE THE SAFETY OF THAT, PARTICULARLY IF WE HAVE SOME RUNWAY CONSTRUCTION GOING ON. THEY'VE ALREADY SAID YES.

HOPEFULLY, THE TRAFFIC WARRANTS THEIR VISIT, BECAUSE THE TRAINING IS A VALUE TO THAT.

>> IS THIS CONSIDERED OVER A WEEKEND OR WEEK-LONG? THREE DAYS?

>> THURSDAY, DEPART SUNDAY. >> THANKS, BRIAN. >> OCTOBER 8-11.

>> ANY OTHER QUESTIONS ON FINANCIAL REPORT? >> NOPE.

[Item 6.2]

>> OKAY. RUNWAY 422. I HAVE GOT, I THINK EVERYBODY CAN PROBABLY SEE, I TRIED ADDING THE PACKET ONTO THE SCREEN. I HAVE GOT JUST A BRIEF POWER.I PUT TOGETHER WITH SOME BASIC INFORMATION. I SENT OUT TO THE GROUP HERE A FEW WEEKS BACK, THE GRANT OFFER WHICH CAME IN VERY QUICKLY. WE SUBMITTED THE GRANT APPLICATION. AS MENTIONED THE FAA INDICATED TO US THEY WANTED US TO GET THIS MONEY SPENT QUICKLY. THE GRANT OFFER CAME BACK AT 100%.

SO THE GRANT OFFER, CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION SERVICES AGREEMENT AND THE REQUEST TO AWARD THE LOW BIDDER ARE ON THE JUNE 16TH CITY COMMISSION AGENDA FOR CONSIDERATION.

SO IF THE CITY COMMISSION APPROVES IT, THAT PUTS US IN A POSITION WHERE WE CAN MOST LIKELY START THE PROJECT. YOU REMEMBER BACK IN THE LAST MEETING WHAT OUR SCENARIO NUMBER 1 LOOKED LIKE WHICH WAS ESSENTIALLY AN AUGUST TO DECEMBER TIME FRAME.

I DON'T HAVE EXACT DATES UNTIL WE MEET WITH THE CONTRACTOR. THAT'S WHEN WE WILL BE ABLE TO NAIL DOWN AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE SAYING START DATE. FROM THERE I CAN ALSO PROJECT OUT, HERE ARE THE IMPACTS TO WHEN WE CROSS 1331 AND PAVE THAT SECTION AND WE DO SOME ELECTRICAL WORK AT 927. SO THE SCOPE OF THAT PROCESS, AS WE TALKED ABOUT, HASN'T CHANGED.

3,000 FEET. WE'RE GOING TO GET THE STORM WATER WORKING.

GET THE LIGHTING TO AN LED SYSTEM. PUT NEW LED SYSTEM ON THE RUNWAY. AND WARD, YOU WERE ASKING QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CAPABILITY.

WHAT THE FAA DOES, WHEN THEY LOOK AT PROVIDING FUNDING FOR A PROJECT LIKE THIS, THEY'LL PROVIDE FUNDING TO A LEVEL TO MEET THE DEMAND AIRCRAFT FOR YOUR AIRPORT.

SO THEY'RE NOT GOING TO COME IN AND PROVIDE US FEDERAL FUNDS AND ALLOW US TO BUILD A RUNWAY OR STRENGTHEN A RUNWAY IF IT'S SOMETHING THAT FAR EXCEEDS THE DEMAND AIRCRAFT.

YOUR DEMAND AIRCRAFT ESTABLISHES A FEW THING. ONE WEIGHT BEARING CAPACITY OF THE RUNWAY. EITHER LOAD BEARING CAPACITY OR PCN.

THEN FOR YOUR AIRPORT, THE DESIGN AIRCRAFT, ALSO USE THAT AIRCRAFT FOR ITS AIRCRAFT CATEGORY GROUP WHICH THE FAA ESTABLISHES. THAT WILL SET OTHER PARAMETERS LIKE YOUR OBJECT AREAS AND SOME SAFETY AREAS. IT FILLS YOUR AIRPORT TOWARD THAT SPECIFIC DESIGN. THAT'S THE PURPOSE OF THAT AIRCRAFT.

IT'S REALLY KIND OF THE CATEGORY OF THE AIRCRAFT AND LOAD BEARING CAPACITY CHARACTERISTICS THAT

YOU USE FOR YOUR DESIGN AIRCRAFT. >> YOU ALSO MENTIONED THAT WAS

THE TYPE OF AIRCRAFT THAT WAS IN THE MASTER PLAN ORIGINALLY. >> THAT'S WHERE YOU SET YOUR DESIGN AIRCRAFT. YOU NORMALLY ESTABLISH THAT IN THE MASTER PLAN.

>> THAT WAS DONE 2005 YEARS AGO? >> 2015. >> RIGHT, YEAH.

>> YES, MA'AM. >> OKAY. WILL THAT CHANGE, DO YOU

SUPPOSE, WHEN WE UPDATE THE NEXT -- WILL THAT NEED TO CHANGE? >> ONSEE A NEED TO CHANGE THAT.

BASED ON WHAT I HAVE SEEN HISTORICALLY IN THE MASTER PLAN, THAT DESIGN AIRCRAFT MEETS THE INTENT OF THE AIRPORT. THAT'S WHAT WE'RE SERVING. I THINK THAT'S WHAT WE PROJECT TO SERVE. THAT WOULD BE PERHAPS A DISCUSSION WITH THE COMMITTEE AT THE TIME AND THE CITY TO SAY, HEY, WHAT DO WE SEE THAT WE MAY NEED OR WHAT'S CHANGING ABOUT

THE AIRPORT THAT WE NEED TO CHANGE WHAT WE'RE PLANNING? >> OKAY.

THAT'S WHAT I THOUGHT. JUST WANTED TO DOUBLE-CHECK. THANK YOU.

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>> THIS IS DON. I HAVE GOT A QUESTION. >> YES, SIR.

>> I SEE YOU'VE GOT THE LIGHTS TO LED'S ON THE RUNWAY LIGHTING SYSTEM.

I CAN'T REMEMBER OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD, DO WE HAVE REGULAR LIGHTS ON RUNWAY 4?

>> YES, WE DO. YES. >> YES.

>> DO WE HAVE THEM ON 2? >> NO, 13. >> YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT RUNWAY,

IDENTIFIER LIGHTS? >> YEAH. >> YEP.

YES. YES. >> SO THOSE ARE FINE JUST THE WAY THEY ARE OR ARE THEY GOING TO BE UPDATED WITH LED'S OR WHATEVER?

>> 4 IS ALREADY LED. >> I GUESS 4 IS ALREADY LED. >> WE DIDN'T TOUCH THOSE.

THOSE STAY IN JUST AS THEY ARE. >> OKIE-DOKE. THANK YOU.

>> BRAD, DID YOU HAVE ANYTHING ELSE TO ADD ON THE DESIGN OF THE RUNWAY?

>> SO, FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE PAVING DESIGN, WE PUT IN A WIDE RANGE BASED ON THE MASTER PLAN.

I'M JUST ON HERE NOW. I THINK WE USED A GULFSTREAM 5, 90,000 POUND DUAL WHEEL ALL THE WAY DOWN TO A SMALLER AIRCRAFT. IT'S A WIDE RANGE. WE PLUG IT INTO THE SOFTWARE AND YOU GENERATE YOUR RUNWAY. IT'S PRIMARILY A RESURFACING PROJECT WITH A RECONSTRUCTION THE LAST 300, 400 FEET. PEOPLE MIGHT ASK, IN ORDER TO CONFORM THE RUNWAY ELEVATION TO THE LATEST FAA DESIGN REQUIREMENTS, WE HAD TO RAISE THE RUNWAY BY 9 INCHES.

YOU WON'T EVEN NOTICE IT. SO WE'RE GOING TO DO SOME RECONSTRUCTION OF THAT JUST TO RAISE THAT ELEVATION. WE'LL DO A LITTLE BIT OF GRADING.

ALL NEW THRESHOLD LIGHTS. THAT'S REALLY THE ONLY NUANCE THAT I WANTED TO ADD.

EVERYTHING ELSE YOU HAD IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. >> GOOD POINT.

>> WILL THE NEW OVERLAY, REHABILITATION WORK HAVE ANY IMPACT ON THE DESIGN OR LOAD BEARING LIMITS PCN NUMBERS ASSOCIATED WITH IT BESIDES MAYBE TO IMPROVE IT?

IT WON'T GO DOWN, CORRECT? >> IT WON'T GO DOWN. THIS WAS NOT A STRENGTHENING.

IT'S BASICALLY TO MAINTAIN WHAT YOU HAVE. >> OKAY, GOOD.

THAT'S GREAT. THANKS. >> OKAY.

AS FAR AS THE STATUS GOES OF THE PROJECT, WE'VE GOT THE DESIGN. WE'VE GOT A BID OUT.

WE'VE GOT AN AWARD AND CONTRACT EXECUTION. I THINK WE'LL HAVE THAT DONE IN JULY, EARLY JULY. HAVE THE FAA GRANT IN HAND. 140 DAY PROJECT.

THERE'S FOUR DIFFERENT PHASES TO THE PROJECT. I JUST WANT TO MENTION THIS BECAUSE THIS WILL INCUR SOME IMPACT WHICH -- I GAVE JUST SOME GENERAL ESTIMATES ON THE TIMELINE. THE WHOLE PROJECT AUGUST-DECEMBER OF 2020 IS WHERE WE BELIEVE WE'RE AT. THAT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON THE COMMISSION'S APPROVAL, CONTACT IN PLACE, NOTICE TO PROCEED. WE CAN LET EVERYBODY KNOW. AS FAR AS IMPACTS GO, OBVIOUSLY 4/22 IS CLOSED FOR THE DURATION OF THE PROJECT. ON THE PHASE DIAGRAM THAT I PROVIDED IN THE PACKET, YOU CAN SEE THE NOTES THAT CALL OUT THE DIFFERENT PHASES.

ALL PHASES YOU'VE GOT 4/22 CLOSED. PHASE 2 WILL BE REPAVING AND DOING ELECTRICAL WORK IN THE INTERSECTION OF 1331 AND 4/22 SO YOU WILL HAVE A CLOSURE PERIOD IN THERE AT SOME POINT. LOOKS TO BE ABOUT 20, 25 DAYS PERHAPS, 1441 AND 4/22.

THEN ONCE 1331 IS COMPLETED, YOU HAVE ANOTHER PHASE WHICH IS THE ELECTRICAL WORK ON 927.

IT'S JUST PUTTING IN THE ELECTRICAL WORK FOR THE LED SYSTEM AROUND THE RUNWAY.

FINALLY ALL PHASES WHEN WE GO IN AND GROOVE THE RUNWAY AND RESTRIPE IT.

THE GROOVING ON THE RUNWAY COMES FROM AN FAA ADVISORY CIRCULAR WHICH REQUIRES IF YOU'RE SERVING AIRCRAFT, YOU SHOULD GROOVE THAT RUNWAY. SO WE'LL PUT FINAL MARKINGS ON THAT RUNWAY. BRAD, ANY COMMENTS ON THE PROCESS OR PHASES THAT YOU WANT

TO ADD? >> NO, YOU'VE COVERED IT. I'M GLAD YOU MENTIONED THE

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GROOVING. THAT'S ONE ELEMENT THAT WAS WHAT YOU AND I DISCUSSED.

THAT'S WHAT WE'RE GOING TO DO. SAFETY ENHANCEMENT. >> OKAY.

ONE SECOND. WE'RE WORKING OUT A TECH ISSUE HE

HERE. >> THE WAY WE PHASED THIS, FOR PHASE 1 AND PHASE 2, ONCE THE PAVING OPERATION WAS SET UP, THEY WOULD MOBILIZE ONCE. WE WOULD PAVE END TO END IN ORDER TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTION JOINTS TO PROVIDE A SMOOTHER RIDE.

PROBABLY A MINOR NUANCE THAT ONLY I CARE ABOUT BUT THAT'S WHAT WE'RE GOING TO DO.

IT WILL JUST BE ONE PAVING LENGTH END TO END. >> ANY OTHER QUESTION ON THE PROJECT? THE TAKE AWAY IS WHERE WE'RE AT. I CAN EXPECT ONCE WE GET WORKING WITH THE LOW BID CONTRACTOR, IF THE COMMISSION AWARDS IT, WE WILL BE ABLE TO SEND OUT A FINITE SCHEDULE WITH 1331 AND 927 SCHEDULED. OKAY.

IF THERE'S NO OTHER QUESTIONS, WE'LL MOVE ON TO THE NEXT AGENDA ITEM, WHICH WAS DISCUSSING MINOR

[Item 6.3]

REVISIONS TO THE ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR THE AIRPORT. WE TALKED ABOUT IT AT THE LAST MEETING. THIS IS JUST A CLEAN COPY WITH LANGUAGE INCLUDED FOR THE REVISIONS. I WANTED TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A LOOK AT THAT.

IF YOU HAVE NO OTHER COMMENTS, IT WOULD JUST BE A MOTION TO PRESS IT FORWARD FOR

CONSIDERATION TO CITY COMMISSION FOR APPROVAL. >> CAN YOU REFRESH US ON THE LAST MEETING WHAT COMMENTS WERE RECEIVED RELATIVE TO THIS THAT YOU MADE CHANGES ON?

>> YEAH, SO I DIDN'T GET A LOT OF STRONG FEED BACK FOR CHANGES, BUT WHAT I DID WAS I JUST -- SOME OF IT WAS JUST COMMENTS FOR DISCUSSION AND I PUT IT INTO LANGUAGE FORMAT.

LET ME SEE IF I CAN -- I'LL SEE IF I CAN GET THIS TO ZOOM IN. I PULLED IT UP IN THE PACKET IF YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO VIEW IT. ON THE FIRST PAGE, I HAD THIS LANGUAGE IN THERE LAST TIME.

THIS WAS JUST MORE OF A CORRECTION THAT SAYS IT SHOULD REFER TO WHATEVER THE CURRENT FAA MASTER PLAN IS AND NOT NECESSARILY THE 2015 MASTER PLAN BECAUSE THIS IS AN UPDATED MASTER PLAN. PAGE 2, WE HAD DISCUSSED JUST -- I'M SORRY.

ON PAGE 2 WE DISCUSSED DELETING A SENTENCE WHICH ESTABLISHED A MINIMUM 25 FOOT FLAT BUILDING SET BACK ALL UNATTACHED SIDE BECAUSE OF THE ISSUE WE SAW THAT YOU MAY HAVE AN UNATTACHED SIDE THAT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE WHERE YOU MAY HAVE A DRAINAGE POND OR SOME OTHER FEATURE.

YOU MAY NECESSARILY NOT NEED THAT 25 FOOT SET BACK BECAUSE THE 25 FOOT SET BACK PRIMARILY IS IN PLACE BECAUSE OF THE CLEAR AIR REQUIREMENT OF YOUR GUIDELINES.

SO WE STRUCK THAT. WE SAW THAT MR. GIBSON CAME THROUGH AND ASKED, THERE WAS A POND. WE TALKED ABOUT THE VARIANCE, THE CITY ISSUED A VARIANCE.

THEY REVIEWED IT. THIS WAS OUR DISCUSSION ITEM ON MULTIPLE OCCASIONS WHICH WAS THE PROCESS, ESTABLISHING THE PROCESS WHERE THE CITY COULD PUT OUT A COMPETITIVE OR REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. IDENTIFYING LOCATION FOR AN AGENCY AND INDIVIDUAL TO BUILD SEAT HANGERS ON THE AIRPORT. AND I TALKED TO THE FAA ABOUT THAT, A WAY YOU COULD ELIMINATE THAT BY IDENTIFYING ON THE AIRPORT LAYOUT PLAN AND THEY THINK THAT WOULD WORK JUST FINE.

THEY PUT IT OUT, ADVERTISE IT, TAKE PROPOSALS. THIS NEXT SENTENCE WAS HAVING TO DO WITH THE TYPE OF ASPHALT ON THE AIR SIDE OF THE AIRPORT. WE PUT IN A SENTENCE THAT PROHIBITS THE USE OF PERMEOUS PAVEMENT. THERE'S GOOD LITERATURE.

WE DON'T USUALLY USE PERMEOUS PAVEMENT BUT WHEN YOU'RE PUTTING IN A PARKING FEATURE, THEY

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USUALLY HAVE THE PERVIOUS PAVEMENT. IT MAKES SENSE TO HAVE THIS PROVISION PROHIBITED. GRAVEL, DEBRIS.

>> I IMAGINE WE PERHAPS PUT IN PERVIOUS ON THE OTHER SIDE. MAYBE A SIDEWALK.

THE NEXT SECTION ON HANGAR DOORS WAS THE ISSUE WE HAD ON THE PARAMETERS WHICH ARE ESTABLISHING DIMENSIONS OF HANGAR DOORS. WE DISCUSSED THAT WITH DOOR MANUFACTURERS. WE STRUCK THAT AND PUT IN A BASIC MINIMUM REQUIREMENT AND OF COURSE WE'LL REVIEW THOSE PLANS WHEN THEY COME THROUGH, MAKE SURE THEY MAKE SENSE.

AND THEN CORRECTING OR REVISING SOME OF THE PARKING LIMITATIONS TO REDUCE SOME OF THE REQUIREMENTS. WE NOTICED SOME OF OUR LARGER REQUIREMENTS IT WAS STILL CREATING A REQUIREMENT. IT WILL BE MORE THAN WHAT WE NEED AT THE AIRPORT.

AND I THINK THAT'S IT. OVERALL CHANGES. >> SO IN SUMMARY, FROM WHAT WE DISCUSSED AT THE LAST MEETING, YOU ARE NOT SUGGESTING OR MAKING ANY CHANGES OTHER THAN WHAT

WE'VE ALREADY TALKED ABOUT. IS THAT CORRECT? >> THAT'S CORRECT.

YOU'RE RIGHT. I JUST CLEANED UP THE LANGUAGE SO YOU HAD A CLEAN DOCUMENT TO

LOOK AT. >> OKAY. THANK YOU.

>> IF THERE'S NO OTHER QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON IT, IF YOU DON'T MIND, I'D ASK FOR A MOTION TO RECOMMEND CITY COMMISSION APPROVAL OF THE REVISIONS THAT WE HAVE IN THE PACKET.

>> THIS IS DON. I MAKE A MOTION THAT WE ACCEPT THE CHANGES IN THE PACKET AS

DESCRIBED BY NATE. >> I SECOND THAT. >> OKAY.

I UNMUTED YOU. I THINK YOU HAVE A LOOP GOING PERHAPS.

WE'LL GET YOU UNMUTED IF YOU NEED TO TALK. >> NATE, THIS IS CHUCK.

JUST A POINT OF ORDER ON THAT, CAN DAVE SECOND THE MOTION. >> DON MADE THE MOTION.

DAVE SECONDED THE MOTION. DAVE DID NOT SECOND THE MOTION. >> I SECONDED THE MOTION.

>> GREAT. GOT IT. >> OKAY.

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SO MOVING ON, THIS IS A DISCUSSION I WANTED TO HAVE WITH THE GROUP BECAUSE IT HAS AN IMPLICATION TO THE AIRPORT. I THINK THERE'S A LOT OF HISTORY AT THE AIRPORT WITH DISCUSSION OF FUNDING 1331 AND 927 FDOT HAD PROVIDED SUPPORT FOR 1331 AND THEN ACTUALLY REHABILITATED OR DID SOME SORT OF RESURFACING PROJECT A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO, THEN THERE WAS A NEED TO RESURFACE 927. THERE WAS AN EX-PEER EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT.

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THEY SAID WE'LL FUND 927 BUT NOT 1331. WE KNOW WE HAVE A NEED TO REHABILITATE 1331. SO EARLIER, MAYBE A FEW MONTHS AGO, WE HAD A CONVERSATION AND I MENTIONED HAVING A CONVERSATION WITH FDOT TO DETERMINE IF THEY WOULD PROVIDE FUNDING SUPPORT TO 1331 IN THE FUTURE. WHY I PUT IT ON THE FIRST PAGE UNDER THE SECTION ESSENTIALLY A BULLET POINT LIST OF THE RESPONSE FROM FDOT WHICH IS, YES, WE'LL PROVIDE FUNDING SUPPORT FOR 1331. HOWEVER, CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH MUST AGREE THEY WILL NOT PROHIBIT FUTURE FUNDING OF 927 WHICH IS A DECISION POINT FOR US.

IT'S ELIGIBLE AS LONG AS FDOT DOESN'T CHANGE ANY POLICIES MOVING FORWARD.

SO I WANTED TO REVISIT IT AS A GROUP. TO DO THAT IT MADE SENSE TO LOOK AT THE PAVEMENT CONDITION OF BOTH RUNWAYS AND MAKE SURE WE'RE NOT FLIPPING A RUNWAY AND CREATING ANOTHER PROBLEM WITH 927 RIGHT BEHIND IT. SO WHAT I DID, I WENT THROUGH MY PAVING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM WHICH IS PUT TOGETHER BY FDOT. THEY WOULD OBSERVE THE CONDITION OF THE PAVEMENT AND THEY PROVIDE INFORMATION TO GIVE YOU A PLAN FOR REHABILITATION OF YOUR PAVEMENT GOING FORWARD, THE CONDITION OF THE PAVEMENT CURRENTLY AS A PLANNING TOOL FOR THE AIRPORT, FDOT AND FAA. WE LOOK AT THIS PRETTY OFTEN. I HAVE ASKED BRAD TO HELP IN THIS CONVERSATION A LITTLE BIT. WHAT YOU'RE SEEING ON THIS FIRST SCREEN SHOT, THE TABLE, IS A LIST OF PROJECTED FORECASTED PCI'S, PAVEMENT CONDITION INDEX. THOSE NUMBERS TIE TO THE CONDITION OF THE PAVEMENT. IF YOU LOOK IN THE PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, YOU'LL SEE CATEGORIES IN DIFFERENT COLORS AND PCI'S ARE 60, 80, AND THEY'RE CLASSIFIED IN THAT CAPACITY. WHAT I WAS GOING TO ASK BRAD TO DO IS GIVE YOU A BACKGROUND ON WHAT HIS OBSERVATION WAS. HE'S COME OUT AND LOOKED AT 927. IT APPEARS 927 IS IN GOOD CONDITION FOR THE NEXT TEN PLUS YEARS SO WE'RE NOT SWITCHING FUNDING AND HAVING ANOTHER ISSUE AND 1331 NEEDING THE REHABILITATION SOONER. BRAD, DID YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT

THAT? >> SURE. JUST BRIEFLY FOR EVERYBODY'S KNOWLEDGE, YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. PART OF THE FAA GRANT ASSURANCE PROCESS, EVERY THREE YEARS EVERY SPONSORED AIRPORT THAT ACCEPTS AN JACIP GRANT HAS TO DO THIS.

THE STATE HIRES A CONSULTANT WHO DOES A STATE WIDE CONTRACT. THAT'S WHAT THE RESULTS OF THE REPORT THAT NATE IS SHOWING YOU RIGHT NOW. WE JUST GOT THE ONE FROM LAST YEAR AND I WENT OUT, ALONG WITH SOME OF MY STAFF AND SOME PROFESSOR THAT WAS PART OF THE RUNWAY 927 AND JUST TO CHECK THE PERFORMANCE OF THAT PAVEMENT. AND IT IS PERFORMING VERY WELL.

UNBELIEVABLY SO. NOT TO SAY WE EXPECTED IT TO FAIL, BUT IT IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. I WOULD EXPECT FROM WHAT I SAW, BASED ON THE RESULTS THAT YOU SEE FOR THE CLASSIFICATION 927 IT'S IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. I STATED JUST AN OVERVIEW FOR THE STATE COST INDEX, IT'S A NUMERICAL RANKING FROM 1 TO 100. 100 BEING PERFECT OR BASICALLY NEW CONSTRUCTION. AS TIME GOES ON, IT'S A VISUAL OBSERVATION BASED ON SURFACE DISTRESSES LIKE ASPHALT PAVEMENT WOULD BE CRACKING, OXIDATION, ALLIGATOR CRACKING.

CONCRETE PAVEMENT IT'S CORNER BREAKS, SHREDDED SLABS, THINGS OF THAT NATURE.

927 APPEARS TO BE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION AND, YOU KNOW, IF YOU COULD GET FUNDING FOR 1331, WHICH OBVIOUSLY IS IN NEED OF SOME REHABILITATION, THAT WOULD BE A MAJOR BOONE FOR THE CITY.

NATE, THAT'S BASICALLY WHAT I HAD TO OFFER. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING MORE

SPECIFIC, LET ME KNOW. >> I THINK THAT'S GOOD. ONE NOTE I'LL THROW BACK TO THE GROUP TO TALK ABOUT. I HAVE TENTATIVELY REFLECTED THAT, THE PROGRAMMING NUMBER THAT WE WOULD USE FOR 1331 IS ABOUT $4 MILLION. ABOUT A $4 MILLION PROJECT.

>> NATE, TOM. >> YES, SIR. >> WOULD IT BE PIE IN THE SKY TO

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THINK YOU COULD ASK FDOT TO REDO 1331 IN THE SAME MATERIAL THAT 927 HAS? BECAUSE THEY WERE SO SUCCESSFUL IN THEIR EXPERIMENT WITH OUR AIRPORT.

>> WELL, THAT'S A GREAT QUESTION. I DON'T KNOW THAT'S INELIGIBLE FOR FUNDING. I THINK SOME OTHER AIRPORTS HAVE THAT TOPPING.

BRAD, DO YOU KNOW IF WHITE TOPPING IS SOMETHING THAT'S ELIGIBLE UNDER FDOT FUNDING?

HAVE YOU COME ACROSS THAT? >> I WOULD HAVE TO ASK THE QUESTION.

THAT IS A GREAT QUESTION. I DON'T KNOW THAT. IT'S NOT A TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION THAT IS NECESSARILY TYPICAL. IT'S A METHODOLOGY THAT CAN BE USED IF IT IS NOT IN BAD CONDITION. I THINK 1331 WOULD BE AN EXCELLENT CANDIDATE.

I DON'T KNOW THE ANSWER, TOM. >> ASKING'S FREE. >> NATE, THIS IS DON.

THIS LEADS INTO WHAT WAS JUST BROUGHT UP. BECAUSE 927 IS THAT NEW CONSTRUCTION AND WHATEVER IS NEW ABOUT IT, AS PART OF DUE DILIGENCE, IF WE ACCEPT THIS PROPOSAL TO NEVER ASK FDOT TO DO 927 AGAIN, IN THE LONG RUN, SAY 10 OR 15 YEARS FROM NOW, WHEN 927 DOES NEED TO BE REHABILITATED, IS IT GONNA COST US MORE BECAUSE OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND THE MATERIAL USED THAN IT WOULD BE IF WE WENT AHEAD AND DID OUR OWN FOR 1331? IN OTHER WORDS, ARE WE MAKING A SMART TRADEOFF HERE BY ACCEPTING THE FACT THAT WE TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR 927 AND LETTING 1331 BE DONE UNDER THE GRANT?

>> YEAH. >> AM I MAKING MYSELF CLEAR? >> I'M SORRY, DON.

IS YOUR QUESTION RELATED TO REHABILITATING 927 BECAUSE OF THE EXPENSE OF THE LIGHT TOPPING

OF PAVEMENT? >> YEAH, EXACTLY. IN THE FUTURE.

SAY WHATEVER IT IS, 15 YEARS OUT, IS THAT GONNA COST US A LOT MORE BECAUSE OF THE WHITE TOPPING AND, THEREFORE, WE'RE TRADING OFF AN EXPENSE THAT WE TAKE FOR 1331 AND TRADING IT BECAUSE IT'S GONNA COST US MORE TO DO IT BECAUSE OF THE WHITE TOPPING AND THE CONSTRUCTION 10 OR 15 YEARS FROM NOW? IN OTHER WORDS, IT'S MORE A DUE DILIGENCE KNOWING YES, IT IS OR

NO, IT ISN'T. TELL ME IF I'M NOT MAKING SENSE. >> I WOULD ASK THE QUESTION BACK TO BRAD. WHITE TOPPING IS A HIGHER EXPENSE, NOT SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER LIKE GOING TO A CONCRETE RUNWAY. I'M GONNA GIVE YOU THE NONENGINEERING EXPLANATION. YOU ROUGH UP YOUR ASPHALT AND PUT A THINNER LAYER OF CONCRETE AND LAYER THEM IN SMALLER SLABS FOR WEIGHT BEARING CAPACITY. MY QUESTION FOR BRAD.

IF LIFE SPAN 927 OF ADJUSTING A THIN LAYER OF CONCRETE OVER TOP IF THEY WANTED TO GO BACK TO

ASPHALT BECAUSE OF EXPENSE, IS THAT FEASIBLE? >> YEAH.

IF WE EVER NEEDED TO GO BACK AND REHABILITATE 927 IN A MEANINGFUL WAY.

I MEAN LIKE MORE THAN JUST A SMALL TAKING OUT ONE OR TWO OF THOSE MINOR SLABS THAT NATE REFERENCED, WE WOULD OVERLAY WITH ASPHALT. THERE ISN'T A REASON WE COULDN'T OVERLAY IT WITH A 3 INCH OVERLAY. MIGHT PUT SOME STRESS RELIEF FABRIC DOWN TO INHIBIT REFLECTIVE CRACKS. WE WOULDN'T NEED TO RIP OUT ALL THE CONCRETE. WE WOULD JUST OVERLAY IT AN WORK ON THE TRANSITION.

THAT'S WHAT WE WOULD DO. SO THE ANSWER IS I DON'T THINK IT'S ANY MORE EXPENSIVE.

THE FACT THAT WHITE TOPPING EXISTS ON 927 DOESN'T MAKE THE PROJECT NECESSARILY MORE

EXPENSIVE. >> OKAY. VERY GOOD.

VERY GOOD. >> AND BASED ON THESE NUMBERS, YOU'RE BUYING AT LEAST TEN YEARS. IT RUNS OUT IN 2029. YOU'RE PUSHING IT OFF 10, 15, 20

YEARS. >> YEAH. >> TOM GIVES A GREAT QUESTION TO GO BACK TO FDOT. IN COMPARISON, IF THE VALUE OF GOING FROM ASPHALT TO WHITE TOPPING AND GIVES US THAT EXTRA TEN YEARS, IT MAY BE GOOD TO DO THAT.

WE CAN ASK THE QUESTION TO FDOT IF THEY'LL SUPPORT THAT. >> FOR SURE.

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>> WHAT OTHER QUESTIONS DO YOU HAVE? >> NONE FROM ME.

>> IN YOUR NOTES, NATE, IT SAYS BASED ON THE FEED BACK FROM FDOT, JACIP CONSTRUCTION BEGINNING IN THE FISCAL YEAR 2025. GRANT BEING ISSUED IN 2024.

SO IS THAT WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT, FIVE YEARS OUT? >> YEAH.

WE HAVE AN ANNUAL PROGRAMMING MEETING EVERY YEAR. AT THAT TIME YOU START ALIGNING YOUR FUNDING. THE PROGRAM I SHOULD RECOMMEND REHABILITATION I THINK IN 2020.

WE'VE LOOKED AT IT. WE CAN GET THE FIVE YEAR LIFE SPAN OUT OF IT.

I THINK IT NEEDS TO BE DONE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. THAT WAS THE FIRST PLACE WHERE I COULD GO TO FDOT AND SAY WE NEED TO PENCIL A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF MONEY AND GET THIS ON THE SCHEDULE. IT WAS ALL WRAPPED UP IN THIS CONVERSATION.

THIS CONVERSATION COULD GO ON FOR FDOT FOR A LITTLE WHILE, JUST TO TALK ABOUT THE HISTORY AND THAT STUFF. THAT'S WHY IT ENDED UP IN THAT FIRST SLOT THERE IN YEAR FIVE.

MOST LIKELY, WHAT WE WOULD SEE, THERE'S A MULTIYEAR GRANT FROM FDOT.

THEY CAN'T PROVIDE $4 MILLION OR 80% OF $4 MILLION IN A SINGLE FISCAL YEAR.

YOU'LL PROBABLY SEE A DESIGN GRANT. WE MAY SEE TWO, MAYBE EVEN THREE YEARS OF CONSTRUCTION REIMBURSEMENT WHERE THE AIRPORT WOULD INCUR THE COST OF CONSTRUCTION AND THEN REIMBURSE THE AMOUNT IN EACH STATE FISCAL YEAR AS WE GET THE GRANT, SUBSEQUENT GRANTS. YOUR GRANTS ARE ISSUED EACH FISCAL YEAR.

>> THAT'S WHAT THAT BASICALLY MEANS. >> YES.

>> THANK YOU. >> WHAT I'D LIKE TO ASK, I THINK THEY SHOULD BE TALKING ABOUT TIS AT THE CITY COMMISSION LEVEL AND THEY SHOULD KNOW AND MAKE A DECISION ABOUT IT.

IT DOES HAVE FINANCIAL IMPACTS TO THE CITY AND THE AIRPORT. I DEFINITELY WANT TO HAVE A RECO RECOMMENDATION. IF YOU'RE MORE COMFORTABLE, I CAN GO BACK TO FDOT AND ASK THE WHITE TOPPING QUESTION. I DON'T NEED A RECOMMENDATION TONIGHT BUT I'D LOVE FOR THEM TO WEIGH IN ON IT SO I COULD GIVE THAT TO THE COMMISSION.

>> NATE, THIS IS CHUCK. I KNOW WE TALKED ABOUT THIS FOR A COUPLE YEARS NOW, AND I JUST THINK -- I'M IN AGREEMENT WITH GOING AHEAD AND RECOMMENDING GOING TO THE CITY COMMISSION WITH IT, PARTICULARLY RIGHT NOW WHEN FDOT SEEMS TO BE OPEN TO DOING THAT.

WE CAN STILL GET THE QUESTION ANSWERED ABOUT THE WHITE TOPPING.

I DON'T KNOW THAT THERE'S ANY REAL REASON, UNLESS THE OTHER FOLKS WANT TO DELAY IT TO GET

THAT ANSWER. >> OKAY. >> I'M IN FAVOR OF GOING FORWARD

WITH IT. >> CHUCK, I 100% SUPPORT THAT APPROACH.

I THINK IT'S -- LIKE YOU SAID, WE'RE IN A REALLY INTERESTING TIME WHEN THESE THINGS ARE GETTING PUSHED THROUGH. WE OUGHT TO KIND OF STRIKE WHILE -- IT'S A GOOD TIME TO DO THIS.

THE ADD ON IS I THINK NOT A MATERIAL CHANGE. BRAD, NATE, DO YOU AGREE WITH

THAT? >> I AGREE. I THINK YOU'RE RIGHT.

WE'RE ACTUALLY IN A GOOD POSITION RIGHT NOW. IT'S KIND OF THE NATURE OF THE WORK, THIS GROUP AND THE CITY AND AIRPORT HAVE DONE WHERE FDOT IS VERY SUPPORTIVE OF THE AIRPORT AND THEY'RE WORKING HARD TO HELP US BE SUCCESSFUL. I AGREE THERE'S VALUE TO STRIKE

WHILE THE IRON IS HOT. WE SHOULD DO IT. >> I ABSOLUTELY AGREE.

I THINK THIS IS A GREAT TIME FOR FDOT. WE HAVE KIND OF A NEW AIRPORT LEAD WITH DISTRICT 2. HE'S REALLY WILLING TO WORK WITH THE CITY.

IF YOU GUYS CAN GET FDOT FUNDING FOR 1331, I THINK THAT'S A FANTASTIC THING.

THAT'S FANTASTIC FOR THE CITY, REALLY. THAT'S A MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENT.

>> YEAH. THIS IS DON. WE'VE BEEN WORRIED ABOUT THIS

FOR SEVERAL YEARS. >> HUGE MONKEY OFF YOUR BACK. >> YEAH.

WE'VE BEEN WORRIED ABOUT IT FOR SEVERAL YEARS. I'M IN FAVOR OF IT.

I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU NEED NEXT. SOUNDS LIKE WE'RE IN FAVOR OF IT.

>> OKAY. DON, DO YOU HAVE A MOTION THEN TO RECOMMEND CITY COMMISSION

APPROVE THIS? >> YEAH, THIS IS DON. I MAKE A MOTION THAT WE GO TO CITY COMMISSION AND SWAP THE RUNWAYS 1331 AND 927 FOR FDOT WHAT THEY NEED.

>> I'LL SECOND THAT. >> PRUDENCE SECOND. >> I ASSUME WE'RE ALL AYES?

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ARE THERE ANY NAYS? OKAY. WONDERFUL.

>> THIS IS CHUCK. STILL CLEAR, THE QUERY ABOUT THE WHITE TOPPING AS PART OF THE

PROCESS. >> YEAH. I'LL ASK THAT QUESTION.

I'LL HAVE THAT AT THE NEXT MEETING. I'LL CALL OUR REP IN DISTRICT 2.

THEY'VE DONE PROJECTS THAT WERE FDOT FUNDED. I JUST DON'T KNOW IF THEY WERE A LINK TO WHEN THEY WERE DOING THE EXPERIMENTAL PROCESS IF THEY'D STILL CONSIDER IT BASED ON THE LEVEL, DIFFERENCE IN COST. I'LL GET THAT FOR THE NEXT MEETING FOR SURE.

>> SO LONG AS WE HAVE THE ENGINEERING BEHIND US TO BACK IT UP, MAKE SURE IT'S A SMART THING

TO DO. >> BRAD'S ON THE LINE WITH US. I MAY BE ABLE TO CONVINCE OUR ENGINEER TO HELP YOU WITH JUST SOME GENERAL ESTIMATES AND WHAT THE DIFFERENCE WOULD BE AND DO A

LITTLE BIT OF PENCILLING FOR THE NEXT MEETING. >> YEAH.

I CAN DEFINITELY DO THAT AND GO BACK AND LOOK AT HISTORICAL NUMBERS.

IN FACT, WHEN I CAME OUT LAST FALL, IT WAS WITH DR. ARMAGANI, WHO DID RUNWAY 927 JOB.

HE REALLY WANTED TO LOOK AT RUNWAY 1331. AT THE TIME I DIDN'T THINK TOO MUCH ABOUT IT. HE DID MENTION TO ME, HE SAID, THIS RUNWAY WOULD BE A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR A WHITE TOPPING PROJECT. SO WE'LL SEE.

WE'LL CHECK WITH DOT. >> FUNDING ANSWER FROM DOT AND WE'LL HAVE SOME COST DIFFERENCE COMPARISONS TO PROVIDE TO THE GROUP TO CHAT ABOUT. OKAY.

MOVING ALONG, I HAVE PROVIDED THE PACKET FOR YOU, THE DRAFT BUDGET FOR NEXT FISCAL YEAR.

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FEW MONTHS BACK ALL DEPARTMENT HEADS WITHIN THE CITY STARTED PUTTING THEIR BUDGET TOGETHER FOR DISCUSSION WITH THE CITY COMMISSION. I WILL TELL YOU WHAT YOU'RE SEEING HERE IS A PRINTOUT FROM OUR FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN THE CITY.

I LIKE THIS IN LIEU, WE HAD SOME POWER POINTS BEFORE. YOU'RE SEEING SOME OF THE DATA, LINE ITEMS. I THOUGHT IT WAS PRETTY WELL DETAILED, PROBABLY MORE DETAILED THAN YOU'VE SEEN BEFORE. I THOUGHT IT WAS GOOD BECAUSE YOU CAN ACTUALLY SEE WHAT WE'RE THINKING AT A VERY DETAILED LEVEL. WHAT I PLAN TO DO IS JUST CALL OUT SOME OF THE SIGNIFICANT ITEMS. WHAT I REALLY WANTED TO CALL OUT WAS OUR INVESTMENTS, SOME PROJECTS FOR NEXT YEAR. MOST OF OUR OPERATIONAL REVENUE EXPENSE IS PRETTY SIMILAR. THERE'S NOT A LOT OF SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN THERE, UNLESS YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, I'D BE HAPPY TO ANSWER THEM. 30,000 IF WE KIND OF START ON THE REVENUE SIDE LOOKING AT FAA AND FDOT AND THE GRANTS, WHAT'S GOING ON HERE, FOR FAA I HAVE GOT $2.6 MILLION IN REVENUE PROJECTED IN THERE. AS WE KNOW, THAT'S RUNWAY 4/22 JOB. FAA WILL FUND 100% OF IT. PROJECT GOING TO CITY COMMISSION IS $2.478 MILLION ROUGHLY. FAA HAS AWARDED THE AIRPORT $2.6 MILLION, NOT AWARDED BUT PROGRAMMED $2.6 MILLION. IT'S MONEY IN, MONEY OUT SO IT' NOT AN IMPACT.

THAT'S WHAT THAT $2.6 MILLION NUMBER MEANS. I HAVE THE GRANT REVENUE IN THERE FOR THE NEXT GRANT PROJECT WHICH WOULD BE NEXT SPRING. THAT'S TO START THE DESIGN WORK TO REDEVELOP THE AIRPORT APRON. THAT WOULD BE EARLY NEXT SPRING. AS I MENTIONED BEFORE DOING FINANCIALS, I USUALLY BUDGET THAT PROJECT, REVENUE EXPENSE. I NEVER KNOW HOW EARLY WE'LL GET THE GRANT. WE'LL SPEND SOME OF THAT MONEY. WE GET THE GRANT EARLY, WE START SPENDING MONEY. IF NOT, THE NEXT FISCAL YEAR. SO YOU COULD CROSS TWO FISCAL YEARS. FDOT, WE HAVE OUR FUEL PROJECT GOING.

80% GRANT REVENUE FOR THAT PROJECT AT THE FULL CONSTRUCTION AND CONSTRUCTION ADMIN COSTS.

T HANGAR PROJECT WHICH IS A 50/50 MATCH. $560,000 FROM FDOT AND SAME AMOUNT AS AN EXPENSE FROM THE AIRPORT FUND. THEIR MATCH ON THE GRANT FROM THE FAA TO DESIGN THAT FOR REHAB. AND THEN IF YOU REMEMBER, THERE WAS A MATCH TO THE RUNWAY 4/22 JOB FROM FDOT ABOUT $100,000. WHEN THE FAA STEPPED IN AND SAID WE'RE GONNA FUND 4/22 100%, WE HAD THE ABILITY TO REPURPOSE THE REMAINING FUNDING.

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ONE OF THE REASONS I GRABBED THIS MONEY, NOT ONLY DID WE NEED IT, BUT THE STRIPING CONDITION ON 927, WE'RE ALL SWAPPING RUNWAYS MOVING FORWARD, I WANTED TO GET IT IN THERE AND GET IT DONE BEFORE WE SWAPPED RUNWAY. SO REPURPOSE THAT MONEY TO RESTRIPE 927.

THAT'S AN 80/20 GRANT. THAT'S ABOUT $100,000. YOU'RE SEEING $80,000 THERE.

MOST OF THE REVENUE IS PRETTY CONSISTENT. I DID NOT -- SOMETIMES I'LL ASSUME AN INCREASE IN RENTAL REVENUES. I WAS PRETTY CONSERVATIVE BASED ON SOME UNKNOWNS AND WHAT'S GOING ON AND WHAT JACIP WILL DO. THEY'RE FAIRLY CONSERVATIVE REVENUE PROJECTIONS. THERE WAS ONE THING I WANTED TO CALL OUT.

THIS ITEM IS FOR -- DON ASKS THIS QUESTION PRETTY OFTEN. LINE THERE CASH BALANCE FORWARD.

SO WHAT THAT IS, THAT'S PROJECTING WHAT THE CASH BALANCE, THE RESERVE BALANCE OF THE AIRPORT GOING INTO THE FISCAL YEAR. STARTING NEXT FISCAL YEAR THAT'S WHAT WE PROJECT THE BALANCE TO BE. IF YOU GO TO THE BOTTOM, YOU'LL SEE A RESERVE AMOUNT. THAT MEANS AFTER WE'VE SPENT ALL OUR MONEY IN THAT BUDGET YEAR, THAT'S THE REMAINING RESERVE AMOUNT. $200,000 AND SOME CHANGE.

THE REASON FOR THAT, SIGNATURE EXPENDITURE OF ABOUT $550,000 WAS ON THE T HANGAR PROJECT.

IT'S A 50/50 MATCH. WE'RE SPENDING A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF AIRPORT FUNDS.

THE GOOD NEWS IS WE'RE PROJECTING $726,000 IN FUND BALANCE GOING INTO THE NEXT FISCAL YEAR. WE'VE BEEN EXCEEDING THE ORIGINAL CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATE FOR BUILDING FUND BALANCE FOR THE AIRPORT. THE WAY THE $730,000 NUMBER COMES TO BE, WE MAKE PROJECTIONS TO THE END OF THE FISCAL YEAR. I'M VERY CONSERVATIVE ON THOSE PROJECTIONS. IN FACT, I DID INCLUDE THINGS LIKE $30,000 CARES ACT REVENUES COMING IN. I FEEL LIKE THIS IS A REASONABLE NUMBER TO ASSUME.

THAT'S AN IMPORTANT NUMBER FOR US TO PAY ATTENTION TO. WE'RE ALWAYS TRYING TO DO A CASH

F FLOW. >> GREAT.

THANK YOU, NATE. >> THANK YOU. >> WHEN YOU GET TO THE EXPENSE SIDE, MOST OF IT IS AS YOU'VE SEEN IN PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR. ONE THING I WANT TO MENTION, UNDER THE EMPLOYEE SALARY EXPENSES WE CARRY THIS FISCAL YEAR A PART-TIME STAFF MEMBER.

WHEN WE LOST BRUCE AND THEN COVID STARTED. WE HAD TO WATCH OUR P'S AND Q'S.

LOT OF UNKNOWNS. WANTED TO MAKE SURE WE WERE GETTING TO TEND OF THE FISCAL YEAR IN GOOD SHAPE. I DO HAVE IT IN THE BUDGET NEXT YEAR.

NEXT YEAR, AS FAR AS STAFF POWER, MAN POWER, ADMIN SUPPORT, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A VERY BUSY YEAR WITH ALL THE PROJECTS THAT ARE ON THE BOOKS HERE. THERE WILL BE A NEED FOR THE AIRPORT. SO I HAVE KEPT THAT IN THE BUDGET.

>> NATE, I GOT A QUESTION. THIS IS TOM. >> GO AHEAD.

>> IN ANY OF YOUR PROJECTIONS HAVE YOU TAKEN LIBERTY IN INCLUDING ESTIMATES OF THE MONIES THAT HE OR SHE MIGHT BE BRINGING IN IF THE GUARD MOVES IN?

>> I HAVE NOT. I HAVE A SEPARATE SPREAD SHEET UNDER OUR RENTALS CATEGORY.

YOU DON'T SEE THAT. I HAVE GOT A SPREAD SHEET WHERE I CAN GO THROUGH AND I HAVE GOT EVERY ONE OF OUR UNITS AND HANGARS. THEN I WILL PUT IN WHAT THEIR CURRENT RATE IS. I HAVE GOT RANABLE PROJECTION FOR HANGAR B IN THERE.

CONSERVATIVE. I CAN'T REMEMBER WHAT IT WAS OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD.

SLIGHTLY MORE THAN WE MAKE NOW. WE'RE MAKING 21, 22,000 ON HANGAR B.

I HAVE ESTIMATED THAT BASED ON SOME DISCUSSIONS THAT I HAVE HAD WITH THE GUARD.

IF THE GUARD WAS SOMETHING THAT WAS IN INTEREST TO THE CITY, THAT WILL BE SOMETHING THAT WE WOULD BE RECEIVING A SERVICE FOR TRAFFIC SERVICES AND HAVE SOME RENTAL FEE COMING IN.

THERE WOULD BE SOME OFF SET IN THERE. I TRIED TO BE CONSERVATIVE JUST

BECAUSE WE DON'T HAVE THAT ANSWER IN FRONT OF US. >> OKAY, GOOD.

ANOTHER QUESTION. DUE TO THE ECONOMICS THAT ARE GOING ON RIGHT NOW, HAS THE CPI PRO PROJECTIONS CHANGED, LESSENED, WHATEVER, IN RELATION TO FUTURE

RENTAL COST GOING UP FOR THE HANGARS? >> I DON'T HAVE THE ANSWER ON THAT YET. AS I MENTIONED, I WAS WORRIED WHEN I WAS DOING THE

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PROJECTIONS. WE DO A JULY TO JULY CPI COMPARISON AND THEN TAKE THE DIFFERENCE. IN OUR RENTALS FOR REVENUE, I ASSUMED NO CPI INCREASE.

JUST TO MAKE SURE WE'RE PROTECTED. ASSUMING THE CASH BALANCE, IF WE'RE ABLE TO BALANCE THE BUDGET AND THERE IS A CPI, GREAT. IT'S GOOD FOR THE AIRPORT.

I DON'T HAVE AN ANSWER FOR YOU AS FAR AS STATE PROJECTION, WHAT IT WILL DO.

WHAT I TRY TO DO IS BE CONSERVATIVE. >> OKAY.

THANK YOU. >> JUST ON THE REPAIR, I WANT TO PUT IN THERE, WE STARTED TACKLING THE HANGAR. RUNWAY 927 STRIPING IS 100,000. SO 20,000 ON TO MATCH THAT PROJECT IN THAT SECTION. AND THEN YOU'VE GOT AT THE VERY BOTTOM JUST BIG PICTURE, YOUR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS WHICH WOULD BE RUNWAY 4/22 AT 2.6 MILLION. WE'VE GOT THE T HANGAR CONSTRUCTION AT 1.1. THAT ASSUMES $1 MILLION WORTH OF CONSTRUCTION, $100,000 FOR CONSTRUCTION ADMIN. THAT'S VERY CONSERVATIVE. WE'VE BEEN BUILDING THE DESIGNS WITH A MILLION DOLLAR BUDGET IN MIND. BASED ON WHAT YOU SEE, WE'RE THERE. FUEL PROJECT WILL BE FINISHED IN THE FISCAL YEAR AND THE CONSTRUCTION ADMIN SERVICES. I PUT A LITTLE CONTINGENCY IN THERE FOR THE T HANGAR.

TAKE AWAY OUT OF HERE, THAT'S A VERY BUSY CONSTRUCTION SEASON THIS FALL.

BUT IT'S A LOT OF GREAT STUFF THAT'S GONNA HAPPEN FOR THE AIRPORT.

JUST MAKING SURE YOU WERE ABLE TO FOLLOW. LAST ITEM I WANT TO MENTION IS THAT RESERVE AMOUNT AT THE BOTTOM. THAT 24365, THAT'S THE PROJECTED BALANCE. YOUR CASH BALANCE AT THE END THERE.

HISTORICALLY, WE'VE DONE BETTER THAN PROJECTIONS. AS WE ENTER FISCAL YEAR, WE'LL KNOW MORE. WHAT DO YOU THINK? QUESTIONS, COMMENTS?

SOMETHING YOU THINK WE'RE MISSING WHEN YOU LOOKED IT OVER? >> THIS IS DON.

LOOKS GOOD TO ME. >> LOOKS REALLY GOOD. THE DETAIL, WE APPRECIATE YOU SHARING THIS LEVEL OF DETAIL WITH US. I THINK THE FORECASTING LOOKS

REALLY GOOD. >> OKAY. THANK YOU.

>> ANY QUESTIONS? >> NO QUESTIONS FROM ME. >> NEITHER.

>> IF SOMETHING COMES TO YOU LATER, YOU WANT TO STOP BY OR GIVE ME A CALL, FEEL FREE.

IF YOU EVER THINK WE'RE MISSING SOMETHING, SOMETHING WE NEED TO PUT MONEY TO, FEEL FREE TO CALL AND CHAT ABOUT IT. I MAY ALREADY HAVE IT IN THERE OR MAYBE WE NEED TO ADD SOMETHING. WE'VE GOT A LOT OF PROPERTY TO MAINTAIN.

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THE LAST ITEM, I'M GOING TO HAVE TO KICK THIS TO THE NEXT AGENDA. THERE'S A FEW MORE THINGS THAT I NEED TO IRON OUT. IF IT'S OKAY WITH YOU, I'LL KICK TO IT THE NEXT ONE.

BACKGROUND ON THIS, SO YOU KNOW FOR THE NEXT MEETING, THIS PROPERTY EAST OF CESSNA LANE IS PRIVATELY OWNED, HAS BEEN FOR A LONG TIME. ON THE WEST SIDE IT'S PRIVATELY OWNED. THEY PURCHASED THAT FROM THE AIRPORT 2013.

SAME PROPERTY OWNER. THERE WAS A RELEASE FROM THE FAA.

THERE'S THIS ROAD WAY IN BETWEEN. WE RECEIVED A QUESTION FROM THE PROPERTY OWNER SAYING IS THERE ANY WAY WE COULD OWN THIS ONE CONTIGUOUS PROPERTY? I HAVE TO DISCUSS THIS WITH OUR CITY ATTORNEY AND JUST TODAY LEARNED SOME INFO.

I NEED TO JUST RUN IT DOWN BEFORE WE HAVE A CONVERSATION. I WANT TO MAKE SURE I'M GIVING YOU CORRECT INFORMATION. IF IT'S OKAY, I'LL PUNT TO IT THE NEXT MEETING.

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LAST THING I HAD, DEPARTMENT REPORT. MOST OF IT WE'VE TALKED ABOUT.

I DON'T THINK THERE'S ANYTHING EXCITING. I HAVE GOT THE VACANCY.

I HAD ONE SUBMITTAL. HE'LL BE HERE IN JULY AND WITH ANY OTHER SUBMITTALS I'LL RECEIVE. IT'S LISTED AS A VACANCY ON THE CITY WEBSITE.

AND THEN THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD, I WAS HOPING TO HAVE THEM HERE THIS MONTH.

WE'VE CONTINUED CONVERSATIONS. THEY'VE COME OUT AND LOOKED AT HANGAR B AND THE SITE AND

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GENERATED THEIR OWN INCOME -- I'M SORRY, NOT BECOME. ESTIMATES, IF THEY WERE TO BECOME INTERESTED IN THAT. THE REASON I WANTED TO KICK IT TO NEXT MONTH THEY WANTED TO HAVE AN INTERNAL CONVERSATION WITH THEIR BOARD SO THEY COULD MAKE SURE THEY RECEIVED A GREEN LIGHT SO THEY DON'T COME IN AND HAVE A GREEN LIGHT FROM US AND HAVE SOMEBODY CUT THEM OFF IN THE PROCESS OR RECEIVE A REJECTION OF THE PROPOSAL. JUST MAKING SURE EVERYTHING IS SQUARED AWAY. THEY'RE DEFINITELY EXCITED TO COME IN AND CHAT WITH US.

THAT'S ALL I HAVE. >> GOOD NEWS ON THE NATIONAL GUARD, IF THEY'RE STILL MOVING FORWARD. THAT WOULD BE A GREAT PLUS FOR THE AIRPORT.

>> YEAH, THEY ARE. WE'VE MET WITH THEM A FEW TIMES THIS LAST MEETING.

I'M HOPEFUL WE'LL HAVE THAT HERE FOR GOOD CONVERSATION. THERE'S A LOT TO BE FIGURED OUT IN WHAT THEY'RE PROPOSING. ONE, OUR INTEREST. TWO, WHAT DOES THAT FRAME WORK LOOK LIKE? IF THEY'RE INTERESTED IN PROVIDING A SERVICE.

I TOLD THEM THAT'S A GREAT DISCUSSION AS FAR AS WHAT WE WANT, TEMPORARY POWER FROM TIME TO TIME FOR EVENTS AND THAT SORT OF THING. THIS GROUP WOULD BE PERFECT TO

TALK TO ABOUT THAT. >> NATE, WOULD IT BE FEASIBLE, ONCE YOU AND THE GUARD GET THROUGH YOUR PRELIMINARY CONVERSATIONS AND YOU FEEL CERTAIN THAT THERE'S GOING TO BE ACCEPTANCE ON THEIR SIDE, THEN WOULD IT BE FEASIBLE TO, AT AN AAC MEETING, HAVE THE GUARD PEOPLE COME IN AND THEN THE WHOLE DISCUSSION TAKE PLACE? WRAP IT UP AT ONE TIME.

>> YEP. THAT'S KIND OF WHAT WE'RE HOPING FOR.

ONCE THEY GET THE GREEN LIGHT ON THEIR END, I'M GONNA BRING THE GROUP IN AND SAY, OKAY, THIS IS WHAT WE CHATTED ABOUT, USE OF PROPERTY, SOME SERVICE, WHAT LEVEL MAKES SENSE.

WE TALKED ABOUT A FEW DIFFERENT WAYS THAT FRAMEWORK COULD LOOK AND WHAT THE PROPERTY COULD LOOK LIKE. THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT WE'RE GOING TO DO, HAVE THE WHOLE GROUP IN AND HAVE THAT CONVERSATION. WE'VE NEVER GOTTEN TO A POINT OF PUTTING ANY PEN TO PAPER, SOME SORT OF DRAFT AGREEMENT. IT'S STILL ALL BEEN PRELIMINARY, MAKING SURE THE PROPOSAL MAKES

SENSE ON THEIR END BEFORE THEY COME TALK TO US. >> VERY GOOD.

THANK YOU. >> YES, SIR. HOW ABOUT COMMENTS FROM THE

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BOARD? >> I HAVE NONE. >> NONE.

THANK YOU. APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO THE VIRTUAL MEETING.

I THINK IT'S VERY TIMELY AND I APPRECIATE THE EFFORT TO DO THIS.

I KNOW IT'S A LOT OF EXTRA WORK FOR YOU, NATE. >> HAPPY TO DO IT.

>> NATE, CAN YOU HEAR ME, NATE? >> YES. >> I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT I'M HERE, BUT I ALSO WANT TO TELL YOU, YOU KNOW, IT MAY BE RELEVANT TO THE WHOLE COMMITTEE.

THE CARE MONEY HAS BEEN RELEASED TO COUNTIES, IT WILL BE RELEASED.

BASICALLY, THERE'S SOME CRITERIA AVAILABLE THAT YOU WANT TO LOOK AT THAT ANYTHING THAT WAS UNBUDGETED THAT WAS RELATED TO COVID-19 WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO RECOVER.

I DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH WE HAD IN THE AIRPORT, BUT IT'S SOMETHING WE SHOULD PROBABLY BE PURSUING.

I MENTIONED IT TO THE CITY MANAGER TODAY, TO GO OUT AND GET THAT MONEY.

>> I HEARD A COMMENT ABOUT THAT FROM MR. MARTIN TODAY. I'LL GET THE SPECS ON WHAT THE FUNDING IS FOR. IF THERE'S ANY AVAILABILITY OF FUNDING FOR THE AIRPORT, WE'LL

GO AFTER IT. ANYBODY ELSE HAVE ANYTHING? >> THANK YOU.

>> NOPE. >> OKAY. >> NATE, I HAVE A QUESTION.

>> YES, SIR. >> IN REGARD TO WHAT WAS JUST SAID ON COVID-19 RELATED REVENUES OR WHATEVER, THERE APPEAR TO BE A SHORT FALL COMING FROM -- WE HAVE DIFFERENT REVENUE SOURCES. A LARGE CHUNK OF THE AIRPORT'S REVENUE IS BASED ON LEASES AND RENTALS. AND THE AIRPORT HAS NOT INCURRED ANY LEASE INVOICES OR RENTAL INVOICES. THE SECOND PIECE OF REVENUE SOURCE THAT WE GET PRIMARILY IS FLOWAGE. FOR THE AIRPORT, FUEL FLOWAGE IS

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NOT A SIGNIFICANT COMPONENT OF THE BUDGET. IT'S LARGE ENOUGH, BUT IT'S NOT THE SAME MAGNITUDE OF RENTALS AND INVOICES. WE WERE VERY CONSERVATIVE IN THE BUDGET AMOUNT. THAT'S WHY I WAS SHOWING YOU EARLIER WITH THE BUG BUDGET, WE

WERE OKAY. WE WERE CONSERVATIVE ON THAT. >> OKAY.

THANK YOU. >> YES, SIR. ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?

>> GOOD JOB, NATE. THANK YOU. >> OF COURSE.

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>> NEXT MEETING JULY 9. >> NEXT MEETING WILL BE JULY. ANYBODY KNOW WHAT THE DATE IS?

>> 9TH, I THINK. >> JULY 9TH, 6 P.M. I'LL SEND OUT DETAILS ON THE MEETING AND I NEED TO CONFIRM WHAT'S CHANGING AND THE PROCEDURE THE CITY WILL BE FOR THE JULY 9TH MEETING. I KNOW THINGS ARE REOPENING AND MEETING PROCESSES ARE CHANGING.

I THINK IT WILL BE AN IN PERSON MEETING IN JULY. THAT QUOROM NEEDS TO BE IN PERSON. I NEED TO WALK THROUGH IT TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THE RULES ARE

THAT WILL BE IN PLACE IN JULY. I'LL RELAY THAT TO YOU ALL SOON. >> NATE, CHUCK.

I FORGOT TO ASK. THAT IS OPEN ON THE AIR SIDE ONLY AT THE AIRPORT FACILITIES

LIKE COMMON ROOMS ARE STILL NOT OPEN, CORRECT? >> I'LL GIVE YOU THE CITY PIECE OF THAT. CITY OFFICES ARE BACK OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND REST ROOM IS BACK OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. CITY HAS REOPENED ITS FACILITY. CONFERENCE ROOM THAT WE'VE BEEN USING, WE USE SOCIAL DISTANCING PRACTICES IN THERE, BUT WE'VE BEEN LIMITING THE OCCUPANCY OF THE INTERIOR SPACE OF THE CONFERENCE ROOM TO TEN INDIVIDUALS.

THAT DOESN'T REALLY HELP A LOT OF FOLKS. IF IT'S A SMALL MEETING, WE MAKE SURE WE CAN PROVIDE SPACE. WE HAD A MEETING WHERE THEY COULD SPREAD CHAIRS APART AND HAVE SOCIAL DISTANCING. THAT WAS SOMETHING A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT.

IT ALLOWS TO HAVE MORE THAN TEN BUT ENSURES THEY HAVE THE SOCIAL DISTANCING SPACE.

IT'S AVAILABLE, IT'S JUST LIMITED OCCUPANCY. WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE CAN SET IT UP WITH THE SPACING IN THERE. THE FBO, BRIAN, YOU'VE BEEN ON LOCK ON THE AIR SIDE, I THINK TO

KEEP FOLKS JUST WALKING IN. >> PASSENGERS COME IN FROM THE AIR SIDE.

THE FIRST LOCATION IS CLOSED SO WE REALLY DON'T NEED ANY PUBLIC ACCESS FROM THE PARKING LOT

OTHER THAN THE PASSENGERS AND PILOTS GOING TO THEIR AIRCRAFT. >> THANKS, BRIAN.

>> THANKS, BRIAN. THANKS, NATE. >> YES, SIR.

>> THANKS, BRIAN.

* This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.