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  • BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERSOF THE

    COMMISSIONERS

    FRANK KIANGPresident

    JOHN PROTOPAPPASFirst Vice President

    PATRICIA A. SCATESSecond Vice President

    DARLENE AYERS-JOHNSONDAVID KRAMER

    PHILLIP H. TAGAMIPETER URIBE

    PORT OF OAKLAND530 Water Street

    Oakland, California 94607

    TELEPHONE: (510) 627-1100

    APPROVED MINUTES

    TAY YOSHITANIExecutive Director

    DAVID L. ALEXANDERPort Attorney

    JOHN T. BETTERTONSecretary of the Board

    Regular Meeting of the Board of Port CommissionersTuesday, July 16, 2002 - 3:00 PM

    ROLL CALL

    Commissioner Ayers-Johnson, Commissioner Kramer, Vice-President Protopappas, Vice-President Scates, Commissioner Tagami, Commissioner Uribe, and President Kiang werepresent.

    OPEN SESSION

    President Kiang called the Board into session at 3:12 p.m. Port Attorney David Alexanderrecommended that the Board enter into Closed Session to discuss the items below.

    Commissioner Tagami made a motion seconded by CommissionerAyers-Johnson that the Board enter into closed session.

    The motion carried by the following votes: (7) Ayes: CommissionerAyers-Johnson, Commissioner Kramer, Vice-President Protopappas,Vice-President Scates, Commissioner Tagami, Commissioner Uribe andPresident Kiang

    CLOSED SESSION

    45 Conference With Legal Counsel Anticipated Litigation. Significant exposure tolitigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 54956.9: (6 matters)

    46 Conference With Legal Counsel Existing Litigation. Pursuant to subdivision (a) ofSection 54956.9: Name of cases:

    Port of Oakland v. Mardeco, Inc. et al, United States District Court, Northern Districtof California Court Case No. C 02 0702 EDL

    1

  • Vice President Scates recused herself during the discussion of Port ofOakland v. Mardeco, Inc. et al

    Building and Construction Trades Council of Alameda Co. (Union) and Davillier-Sloan, Inc./Parsons Construction, Inc. (Employer) (Dollar Rent-a-Car), a Matter ofArbitration, McKay Case No. 02-008

    47 Conference With Legal Counsel Anticipated Litigation. Significant exposure tolitigation pursuant to subdivision (c) Section 54956.9 (1 matter)

    48 Conference With Real Property Negotiator, as provided under Government Code Section54956.8, under negotiations:

    Property:

    Oakland Army BaseNegotiating Parties:

    Port, Oakland Base Reuse Authority, City of Oakland, andOakland Redevelopment Agency

    Under Negotiation:

    Price and Terms of Payment

    Property: 34 Acres on Pardee Drive & Swan WayNegotiating Parties: Port of Oakland and Commercial Real Estate/AviationUnder Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment

    Property: Selected LocationsNegotiating Parties: Port of Oakland and Various TenantsUnder Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment

    49 Conference with Labor Negotiator, as provided under Government Code Section 54957.6.

    Agency Negotiator: John GloverEmployee Organization: Unrepresented and Management Employees

    OPEN SESSION

    The Board re-entered Open Session at 4:28 p.m.

    CLOSED SESSION REPORT

    Port Attorney David Alexander reported that the Board had reached consensus on ClosedSession Item number 49 (Labor Negotiations) and would take a vote in Open Session on Item 44srelated those negotiations. Mr. Alexander reported that Closed Session would need to becontinued later in the meeting to finish the remaining items.

  • PRESIDENT'S REPORT

    President Kiang thanked former President Tagami for his leadership on the Board and presentedhim with a gift of appreciation from the Board. He called on former Vice-President Ayers-Johnson who spoke fondly about Commissioner Tagami's Presidency, and how much she hadenjoyed being part of it.

    President Kiang reported that Vice-President Scates had recently been named one of the 75 mostInfluential Business Women by the SF Business Times

    President Kiang presented a proclamation from Mayor Jerry Brown honoring Airport Volunteersand proclaiming it Airport Volunteers Appreciation Day in Oakland.

    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REPORT

    Executive Director Yoshitani reported that the Port had received an award from the CommunityHealth Charities of California for demonstrated enthusiasm and involvement. He reported on thegrand opening of a compressed natural gas vehicle station at the airport and the accompanyingtrade fair which showcased pollution reducing alternatives. He announced the upcoming WestOakland Community Day, on July 20 th ' where citizens would tour the port facilities and the HanjinTerminal.

    SPECIAL OPEN FORUM

    nirty-eignt ruaiic bpeaKers nom the Last bay /Alliance tor a bustaina p ie tconomy (LtifAbL)signed up to speak in Open Forum on Measure I (Living Wage).

    Commissioner Tagami made a motion to hear five representatives of EBASE prior to thescheduled Open Session to accommodate the group. The Motion was seconded byCommissioner Ayers Johnson and approved by consensus.

    The following six people from EBASE spoke: Kirsten Cross, Odus Hall, Damin Woodard, JudyGoff Pastor Lucy Kolin and Maria Benitez.

    COMMITTEE REPORTS Vice-President John Protopappas reported on the July 3rd Meeting of the Commercial RealEstate Committee. He reported that the Committee had recommended to the full Board thefollowing regular items from the Board Calendar:

    19. Recommended Approval of Fiscal Year 02-03 Annual Target Rental Rates for Licenseand Concession Agreements. (Resolution 02228)

    20. New License and Concession Agreement with East Bay Regional Park District forParcel Located at Oakport Street Near 66 th Avenue. (Resolution 02229)

    A motion to approve the Resolutions was made by Vice-PresidentProtopappas and seconded by Commissioner Uribe.

  • The motion carried by the following votes: (7) Ayes: Commissioner Ayers-Johnson,Commissioner Kramer, Vice-President Protopappas, Vice-President Scates,Commissioner Tagami, Commissioner Uribe, and President Kiang

    Vice-President Patricia Scates reported on the July 11th meeting of the Audit, Budget & FinanceCommittee. She stated that the Committee had recommended to the full Board the followingitems from the Board Calendar:

    31. Approval of the Capital Improvement Award Program and Financing Plan for FiscalYear Ending June 30, 2003. (Resolution 02232)

    32. Approval of Issuance of Port of Oakland Revenue Bonds, 2002 Series L and M andCertain Related Actions. (Resolution 02233)

    33. Extension of Letter of Credit with Bank of America, N.A. and Morgan Guaranty TrustCompany of New York Supporting Up to $150,000,000 of the Port of Oakland'sCommercial Paper Notes, Series D, E and F. (Resolution 02234)

    A motion to approve the Resolutions was made by Vice-President Scates andseconded by Vice-President Protopappas.

    The motion carried by the following votes: (7) Ayes: Commissioner Ayers-Johnson,Commissioner Kramer, Vice-President Protopappas, Vice-President Scates,Commissioner Tagami, Commissioner Uribe, and President Kiang

    Commissioners Phillip Tagami and Darlene Ayers-Johnson reported on the July 8 th Meeting ofthe Aviation Committee and the continuation of that meeting on July 12 th . Commissioner Tagamirecused himself from the discussion both at Committee and at the Board Meeting on Items 10 &11, and Commissioner Ayers-Johnson reported on those two items. Commissioner Tagami onbehalf of the Committee recommended the following items to the full Board:

    1. Approval to Produce the Oakland International Airport 75 th Anniversary Air Show.(Resolution 02216)

    3. Authorization to Extend Local Advertising Agreement with Carol H. Williams Advertisingfor FY2002-03 Budget Period. (Resolution 02217)

    4. Ratification of Addendum and Award of Contract for Realignment of Langley Street andWidening of Doolittle Drive, North Field, OIA. (Resolution 02218)

    5. Award of Contract for Overlay and Extension of Taxiway C, North Field, OIA.(Resolution 02219)

  • 6. Ratify Addendum, Reject all Bids and Receive New Bids for Aircraft Sound InsulationProgram, Phase 2, A.I.P. 3-06-010-26 and Phases 3, 4 & 5, Bay Farm Island,Alameda, California. (Resolution 02220)

    7. Authorization to Include Construction of the Electrical Substation for South AirportTenants in the Port's Small Business Program, OIA. (Resolution 02221)

    9. Ratification of Change Order to Contract for Improvement of Runway and TaxiwayLighting, Marking and Control System, South Field, OIA Add Control Cables andRepeaters; and Rephasing of Contract Work. (Resolution 02222)

    14. Approval and Authorization for Execution of an Amendment to the RelocationAgreement with the East Bay Municipal Utility District for Airport Roadway Project, OIA.(Resolution 02226)

    A motion to approve the Resolutions was made by Commissioner Ayers-Johnson and seconded by Vice-President Protopappas.

    The motion carried by the following votes: (7) Ayes: Commissioner Ayers-Johnson,Commissioner Kramer, Vice-President Protopappas, Vice-President Scates,Commissioner Tagami, Commissioner Uribe, and President Kiang

    SUMMARY ITEMS

    A motion was made by Commissioner Tagami and seconded by Vice-President Protopappas to approve the following Summary Items:

    15s Authorization to Sign Agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) toInstall Noise Monitoring System Equipment at their Northern California TRACONFacility. (Resolution 02227)

    16s First Reading of Ordinance Approving Additional Signatories to the Airline OperatingAgreement and Space/Use Permit at Oakland International Airport. (Ordinance passed toprint)

    21s Hilton Hotels Corporation Lease Amendment Revised Legal Description.(Resolution 02230)

    22s Approval for Executive Director to Enter into a Memorandum of Understanding withBCDC to Process the Port

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