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900 Port of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday January 24, 2003


SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
AGENDA
January 28, 2003
1:00 P.M.
3165 Pacific Highway
San Diego, California
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PLEASE COMPLETE A "REQUEST TO SPEAK" FORM PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE MEETING AND SUBMIT IT TO THE DISTRICT CLERK.
Starred Items (*) are considered to be routine, and will be acted upon with one vote. If you wish for an item to be removed from the Consent Agenda, submit your request to the District Clerk prior to the commencement of the meeting.
Note: Agendas are available in alternative formats upon request. If you require assistance or auxiliary aids in order to participate at public meetings, please contact the District Clerk's office at (619) 686-6206 within 24 hours of the meeting.
1. Roll Call
2. Swearing in of Re-appointed City of Chula Vista Commissioner William Hall.
3. Approval of minutes for the special meeting of December 30, 2002 and regular meeting of January 7, 2003.
4. Public Communications (3 minutes each). No actions may be taken on these items.
CONSENT AGENDA
* 5. ?Resolution authorizing the Executive Director to execute the Fourth Amendment to the Agreement between the City of San Diego and the San Diego Unified Port District for the Processing of Parking Citations.
* 6. Resolution authorizing Assignment of twenty eight (28) Agreements from San Diego Unified Port District to San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, subject to acceptance by Airport Authority on terms acceptable to the District.
* 7.?Resolution rejecting claims filed against the District. (Claimants: Betty Ann Tornay, Sharon Bergan).
* 8. Resolution selecting and authorizing Agreements for Professional Insurance and Risk Management Services with Marsh USA Inc. dba Marsh Risk and Insurance Services (Marsh) for an amount not to exceed $297,000; AON Risk Services, Inc (AON) for an amount not to exceed $285,000; and Driver Alliant Insurance Services, Inc. (Driver) for an amount not to exceed $150,000 for a total amount not to exceed $732,000 for three-year period February 1, 2003 to January 31, 2006.
* 9. Resolution selecting Economics Research Associates (ERA) and authorizing staff to enter into an Agreement to perform Tidelands Fiscal & Economic Impact Analysis for an amount not to exceed amount of $125,000.
* 10. Resolution adopting revised BPC Policy No. 025 - Request for Financial Assistance.
* 11. Resolution authorizing an Agreement with Merkel and Associates, Inc. to Finalize and Implement the Required Eelgrass Mitigation Measures for the National City Marine Terminal Wharf Extension Project for an amount not to exceed $110,450 for a period of five years.
* 12. ?Resolution rejecting bids from Krueger International Inc., Boise Workspace Interiors, and Seal Furniture, and awarding Bid PD02-17 to Parron Hall Officer Interiors, the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, to Furnish and Assemble Furniture (new and unused) for the new General Services Facilities, in an amount not to exceed $224,920.46 including delivery, assembly, and sales tax.
* 13. ?Resolution authorizing execution of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City of San Diego and the District to replace 1300 lineal feet of the city owned 16-inch Water Main along Harbor Drive for an amount not to exceed $902,000.00 to accommodate construction of the proposed Convention Center Hotel Parking Facility.
* 14. ?Resolution authorizing Change Order No. 7 to Contract No. 2002-01, with Bellingham Marine Industries, Inc. for Accessible Boat Docks, San Diego Bay, in an amount not-to-exceed $190,000.00, resulting in a revised not-to-exceed contract amount of $1,379,917.64 for unanticipated removal of rock.
* 15. ?Resolution authorizing First Amendment to Agreement with Moffatt & Nichol Engineers to provide Additional Design of Maritime Security Enhancements for an amount not to exceed $290,290.00. This amendment increases the Agreement to an amount not to exceed $1,191,930.00.
* 16. ?Resolution establishing rent for Ameritas Life Insurance Corporation dba Reuben E. Lee, Reuben's, and Jared's Harbor Island for the period January 1, 1999 through December 31, 2003.
* 17. ?Ordinance granting Lease Amendment No. 4 modifying District and Port Coronado Associates, LLC's repair and maintenance responsibilities for the Floating Dock System adjacent to Peohe's at The Ferry Landing Marketplace.
* 18. ?Resolution establishing rent for Silver Gate Yacht Club for the period December 1, 2001 through November 30, 2006.
* 19. ?a) Resolution establishing rent for Southwestern Yacht Club for the period December 1, 2001 through November 30, 2006.
b) Resolution consenting to continued use of a portion of Southwestern Yacht Club's leased premises for Raising Juvenile White Seabass.
* 20. ?Appointment of Brad Lewis to the Public Art Committee.
PRESENTATION
21. Presentation of $20,000 donation from the San Diego Super Bowl Host Committee for the "Port With No Borders" Scholarship Program.
PUBLIC HEARING
22. ?Hold Public Hearing and adopt an Ordinance amending Port of San Diego Tariff No. 1-G Rates and Charges.
ACTION AGENDA
23. Grant approval of Conceptual Development Plans for Hilton San Diego Convention Center Hotel and District public parking facility, subject to conditions set forth in Exhibit "A".
24. Resolution authorizing an Agreement with Hensel Phelps Construction Company, the Licensed Contracting Entity of Hilton San Diego Convention Center, LLC (HSDCC), for Design Build Services for the Convention Center Hotel Parking Facility for a guaranteed maximum price of $22,437,266 for the base work, a guaranteed maximum price of $1,503,340 for additive items, for a cumulative maximum price of $23,940,606.
25.Resolution granting concept approval for proposed Redevelopment of Callahills, Inc. dba Red Sails Inn, and direct staff to negotiate plans and specifications and new 30-year lease.
26. Resolution authorizing Agreement for Police, Fire, and Emergency Services with City of Chula Vista, authorizing an amount not to exceed $443,087 for fiscal year 2001, and $450,124 each for fiscal years 2002 and 2003, for a total not to exceed $1,343,335.
27. ?Resolution selecting consultants and authorizing Agreements with Ninyo & Moore Geotechnical and Environmental Sciences Consultants (Ninyo & Moore), Haley & Aldrich, Inc. (Haley & Aldrich), and Komex H2O Science, Inc., (Komex), to provide Environmental Investigation Services on an as-needed basis for a total amount not to exceed $1,000,000 for a period of one year.
28. ?Resolution authorizing the Executive Director to enter into a one-year Agreement with the Joint Venture of Platinum Advisors, L.L.C. and Carpi & Clay Government Relations for Legislative Services in Sacramento commencing January 1, 2003 through December 31, 2003 for an amount not to exceed $90,000.
OFFICER'S REPORT
29. ?Monthly Notification of Change Orders Pursuant to BPC Policy 110:
a) Change Order Nos. 1 for $70,000.00; 2 for $41,945.00; 6 for $14,493.00 and 8 for $66,079.11 to Contract No. 2000-03 with General Construction Company for National City Marine Terminal Wharf Extension.
b) Change Order Nos. 15 for zero amount; 16 for $294,614.00; 17 for $595,226.00 and 18 for $469,179.00 to Contract No. 2001-27 with Taylor Ball of California for Refrigerated Container Facility.
30. ?c) Change Order Nos. 2 for $21,166.00 and 4 calendar days and 7 for $1,030.69 and 30 calendar days to Contract No. 2001-29 with R.E. Staite Engineering for Repairs to Embarcadero Wharf.
d) Change Order No. 4 for $3,566.00 to Contract No. 2001-35 with R.E. Staite Engineering for Fender Pile Replacements, San Diego Bay.
e) Change Order Nos. 2 for $4,578.75 and 3 for $12,456.70 to Contract No. 2002-01 with Bellingham Marine Industries, Inc. for Accessible Boat Docks, San Diego Bay.
f) Change Order Nos. 1 for $795.00 and one calendar day and 2 for $548.00 to Contract No. 2002-06 with Bath & Kitchen Company for Restroom and Shower Facility, Transient Vessel Dock.
g) Change Order No. 1 for $300.00 to Contract No. 2002-09 with Ghassan Construction for Cesar E. Chavez Park Parking Lot Relocation.
h) Change Order No. 3 for zero amount and 14 calendar days to Contract No. 2002-12 with RBE for Exterior Painting, National Distribution Center.
i) Change Order No. 9 for $44,500.00 and 7 calendar days to Contract No. 2002-13 with R.E. Staite Engineering for Maintenance Dredging, Berths 10-1 and 10-2, Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal.
j) Change Order Nos. 4 for a credit of $243,500.00 and 5 for $70,792.00 to Contract No. 2002-19 with C.E. Wylie Construction Company for General Services Facility.
k) Change Order No. 1 for zero amount and 10 calendar days to Contract No. 2002-31 with Southern Contracting Company to Relocate Street Light on Harbor Drive.
l) Change Order No.RFP-2 for $15,000.00 and one calendar day to Contract Doc. No. 43517 with FMT Aircraft Gate Support System AB for Mobile Passenger Gangway System, B-Street Cruise Ship Terminal.
31. ?Monthly Notification of Change Orders Pursuant to BPC Policy 110 related to Lindbergh Field Construction Program.
All items listed were included in cost projections previously discussed.
a) Change Order No. 2 for $24,957.83 to Contract No. LF00-21 with F.H. Paschen, S.N. Neilsen, Inc. for Residential Sound Attenuation Program - Phase 1A.
b) Change Order No. 2 for $94,737.18 to Contract No. LF01-11 with F.H. Paschen, S.N. Neilsen, Inc. for Residential Sound Attenuation Program - Phase 1B2.
OTHER MATTERS
32. President's Report.
33. Commissioner Comments. No actions may be taken on these items.
NOTE: For those planning to attend the Board meeting, parking is available in the Port Administration Building parking lot. Overflow parking can be accommodated to the west of the Port Administration Building in the Port District Employee/Visitor parking lot of Park Shuttle and Fly.
For more information about the Commissioners' names and city representation; Port mailing address and future Board meeting dates, please call (619) 686-6577.
For your convenience, the agenda is also available to you on our website at www.portofsandiego.org. It can be found by going to the "Board Meetings" tab.
AS A COURTESY TO ALL WHO ATTEND THESE PUBLIC MEETINGS, PLEASE TURN ALL CELL PHONES TO OFF OR VIBRATE BEFORE ENTERING THE BOARD ROOM.
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SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
SPECIAL MEETING
AGENDA
January 28, 2003
9:00 A.M.
3165 Pacific Highway
San Diego, California
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PLEASE COMPLETE A "REQUEST TO SPEAK" FORM PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE MEETING AND SUBMIT IT TO THE DISTRICT CLERK.
Starred Items (*) are considered to be routine, and will be acted upon with one vote. If you wish for an item to be removed from the Consent Agenda, submit your request to the District Clerk prior to the commencement of the meeting.
Note: Agendas are available in alternative formats upon request. If you require assistance or auxiliary aids in order to participate at public meetings, please contact the District Clerk's office at (619) 686-6206 within 24 hours of the meeting.
1. Roll Call
2. Public Communications (3 minutes each). No actions may be taken on these items.
WORKSHOP
3. Campbell Shipyard Sediment Remediation.
4. Training Session for Filers of Statements of Economic Interest (Form 700).
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900 Port of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday January 24, 2003


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