2018.05.10 COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

Submitted by Sandra Shelton on Wed, 05/09/2018 - 10:24am
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05/09/2018

OKLAHOMA AERONAUTICS COMMISSION MEETING

THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2018, AT 10 AM

OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

FIRST FLOOR COMMISSION ROOM

200 NE 21ST STREET

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

 

 

AGENDA

 

1.     Announcement of COMPLIANCE WITH THE OPEN MEETING AcT, filing of meeting notice, and posting of the agenda — Chairman David Conway

 

2.     CALL TO ORDER AND RECORDING OF MEMBERS PRESENT AND ABSENT —Chairman David Conway

 

3.     APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE AERONAUTICS COMMISSION MEETING MARCH 8, 2018 — Chairman David Conway

 

Action Required

 

4.     DIRECTOR’S REPORT— Director Victor Bird

  1. March 25 – Northwest Oklahoma Alliance (NWOA) Legislative Reception
  2. April 5 – Oklahoma Pilot’s Association Evening with General Thomas P. Stafford
  3. April 10-12 – Aviation Week MRO America’s, Orlando, Florida
  4. April 23 – Presentation at Aerospace Industries Association’s Product Support and Technical Data Workshop in Oklahoma City
  5. Staff Salary Review

 

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5.      April 24 – HIGHLIGHTS OF “AERO OKLAHOMA” AVIATION & AEROSPACE ADVOCACY DAY AT THE STATE CAPITOL – Victor Bird, Sandra Shelton, Public and Government Affairs Liaison

        The Commission will be briefed on the Oklahoma Aerospace & Aviation Advocacy Day that was held on April 24, 2018 at the Oklahoma State Capitol.

 

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6.     LEGISLATIVE, CONGRESSIONAL AND REGULATORY UPDATE — Victor Bird, Sandra Shelton

The Commission will be briefed on legislation and public policy issues concerning airports, aviation and aerospace in the state.

  1. 2018 Commission Legislative Initiatives
  2. 2018 Legislation relating to the Commission

C.  Congressional Update

D.  Protecting Military Training Airspace

                  

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7.        TINKER AND THE PRIMES EVENT 2018Victor Bird

The Commission will be briefed on the 2018 Tinker and the Primes event to be held August 14-16 at the Reed Center in Midwest City. The purpose of Tinker and the Primes is for Tinker Air Force Base to share current and future requirements with Oklahoma aerospace and defense companies that want to do business with Tinker. The Aeronautics Commission and the Oklahoma Department of Commerce will be sharing an exhibit booth during the event. Total cost for the booth is $2500 the Commission’s share will be $1250.

 

Action Required

 

8.       FINANCIAL REPORT— Jane Mitchell, Chief Operations Officer

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

 

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9.     NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE AVIATION OFFICIALS (NASAO) CONFERENCE IN OKLAHOMA CITY— Jane Mitchell

The Commission will be briefed on NASAO’s 87th Annual Convention & Tradeshow, September 23-26, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The conference agenda promises to cover the latest on Reauthorization, NextGen, UAS and many other issues impacting aviation across America.

 

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10.    OKLAHOMA AIRPORT OPERATORS ASSOCIATIONGrayson Ardies, Manager, Airport Development Division

The Commission will be briefed on the Oklahoma Airport Operators Association’s annual conference that was held in Tulsa, April 29-May 2.

 

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11.    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 FY2018 - FY2020 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) that will amend a previously approved project for Altus Quartz Mountain Regional Airport.  This amendment will move forward the runway lighting and ODALS project from FY 2019 to FY 2018.

 

B. The Commission will consider approving an amendment to the FY 2018 – FY 2020 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) that will amend a previously approved project for Guymon Municipal Airport.  This amendment will change the funding structure to include federal non-primary entitlement (NPE) funding.  Total project cost is estimated to be $907,671 and will be funded with $712,500 of state grant funds, $144,277 of FAA NPE funds, and $50,894 local funds.  In order to move the project along in a timely fashion the Commission proposes to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with the City to front the FAA NPE funds.

 

  1. The Commission will consider approving an amendment to the FY2018 - FY2020 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) that will amend a previously approved project for Bristow Jones Memorial Airport

 

Action Required

 

12.      THREE-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM — Grayson Ardies

The Commission will consider approving the FY2019 - FY2021 Capital Improvement Program (CIP).

 

Action Required

 

13.    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM - Dale Williams, Deputy Director- Airports

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 Altus – Quartz Mountain Regional Airport.  The project consists of installing new LED medium intensity runway lights, beacon, PAPI’s, and an omnidirectional approach light system (ODALS).  Based on bids, the total project cost is $683,713 and will be funded with $649,526 of state grant funds, and $34,187 of sponsor matching funds.  An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application based on bids.

 

Action Required 

 

B. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Capital Improvement Program at Jones Memorial (Bristow) Airport.  The project consists of constructing a new 4,000’ x 75’ runway approximately 250’ east of the existing runway.  Based on bids, the total project cost is $3,860,734 and will be funded with $3,474,659 of federal grant funds, $193,037 of state grant funds, and $193,038 of sponsor matching funds.  An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application.  The Commission is making half the sponsor’s required federal match.

 

Action Required 

 

  1. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Capital Improvement Program at Broken Bow Municipal Airport.  The project consists of constructing taxilanes for hangar development.  Based on bids, the total project cost is $434,916 and will be funded with $372,030 of state grant funds, and $62,886 of sponsor matching funds.  An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application. 

 

Action Required 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. The Commission will consider amending state grant, 1K-18-S, approved on the 6th day of December, 2017, for the installation of a lighted windcone at David Jay Perry (Goldsby) Municipal Airport.  The total amended cost is $6,360 and will be funded with $5,724 state grant funds and $636 of sponsor matching funds. By way of the intergovernmental agreement, the state grant funds will be reimbursed when federal grant funds become available.

 

Action Required 

 

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 Guymon Municipal Airport.  The project consists of installing new LED medium intensity runway lights, new electrical vault and home run wiring, upgrade signage to LED, and an omnidirectional approach light system (ODALS).  Based on bids, the total project cost is $907,671 and will be funded with $856,777 of state grant funds, and $50,894 of sponsor matching funds.  An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an approved intergovernmental agreement and an acceptable grant application.  The intergovernmental agreement will reimburse the state $144,277 with federal non-primary entitlement funds. 

 

Action Required 

 

  1. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Capital Improvement Program at McCurtain County Regional (Idabel) Airport.  The project consists of constructing the south portion of the parallel taxiway system for Runway 02/20.  Based on bids, the total project cost is $3,073,468 and will be funded with $2,766,121 of federal grant funds, $153,673 of state grant funds, and $153,674 of sponsor matching funds.  An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application. The Commission is making half the sponsor’s required federal match. 

 

Action Required 

 

G. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Capital Improvement Program at Will Rogers World Airport.  The project consists of repairing and strengthening apron pavement in the hangar area just east of Runway 17R/35L.  Based on bids, the total project cost is $298,597 and will be funded with $250,000 of state grant funds, and $48,597 of sponsor matching funds.  An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application. 

 

Action Required 

 

14.      COMMISSION ACT AS AGENT FOR THE CITY OF STROUD – Grayson Ardies

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 Stroud (City) to act as agent for the Stroud Municipal Airport for planning, FAA project prerequisites, consultant selection, ACIP implementation, construction oversight, and project closeout for the next five (5) years.

 

Action Required

 

15.      FAA/OAC SEMI-ANNUAL PLANNING MEETING – Grayson Ardies

The Commission will be briefed on the recent OAC meeting with FAA to discuss future CIP projects and other important issues regarding Oklahoma airports.

 

Information Only

 

16.    ACCEPTING GRANT FROM FAA FOR AIRPORT PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PHASE 2 – Grayson Ardies

        Contingent upon an FAA offer, the Commission will consider accepting a system planning grant to fund the second phase of the airport pavement management system.  Total project cost for this phase is estimated to be $200,000 and will be funded with $180,000 of FAA funds and $20,000 of matching funds from the Commission.

 

Action Required

 

17.    CARLTON LANDING (ARROWHEAD) AGREEMENT AMENDMENT – Grayson Ardies

        The Commission will consider extending the start/end dates of the lease and operating agreement with Carlton Landing Operating (CLO) Company for the Carlton Landing Airport (formerly Arrowhead Airport) to coincide with the start of the anticipated construction date this summer.

 

Action Required

 

18.      AIRPORTS IN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS – Grayson Ardies

Commissioners will be briefed on the breakdown of Oklahoma Airport System Plan airports within each of the Commission districts.

 

Information Only

 

19.    CONCLUDING REMARKS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS —Commissioners, Secretary of Transportation Patterson, Director Bird

 

20.      ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEXT MEETING — Chairman David Conway

        The Commission will announce the date, time and place for the next Commission meeting which will be July 12, 2018 at the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) building in the Commission Conference Room.

 

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

 

22.    AdjournmenT

 

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