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SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY
The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Board and the Airport Land Use Commission will both hold meetings on Thursday, October 3, 2013, at 9:00 A.M. at the San Diego International Airport, 3225 N. Harbor Drive, Commuter Terminal, 3rd Floor, Board Room. The abbreviated agendas follow please note that all agenda items are subject to change. Contact our office at (619) 400-2550 with any questions. The agendas and staff reports for each item are on our website at www.san.org
. Live webcasts of Authority Board meetings can be accessed at http://www.san.org/sdcraa/leadership/board_meetings.aspx Call To Order:
Pledge of Allegiance:
Presentations: A. Presentation on the Economic Impact Study of San Diego International Airport:Reports from Board Committees, Ad Hoc Committees, and Citizen Committees and Liaisons:Chairs Report:
Non-Agenda Public Comment:
Consent Agenda (Items 1-15):1. Approval of Minutes:
The Board is requested to approve minutes of prior Board meetings.2. Acceptance of Board and Committee Members Written Reports on their Attendance at Approved Meetings and Pre-Approval of Attendance at Other Meetings Not Covered by the Current Resolution:
The Board is requested to accept the reports.3. Awarded Contracts, Approved Change Orders from August 12, 2013 Through September 8, 2013, and Real Property Agreements Granted and Accepted from August 12, 2013, Through September 8, 2013:
The Board is requested to receive the report.4. October 2013 Legislative Report:
The Board is requested to approve the report.5. Appointment of Authority Advisory Committee Members:
The Board is requested to approve the appointments.6. Consent to Assignment of Concession Lease from Project Horizon, Inc. To InMotion Entertainment Group, LLC:
The Board is requested to consent to the assignment.Claims7. Reject the Claim Of April Burcham:
The Board is requested to reject the claim.8. Reject the Claim Of James Dickson:
The Board is requested to reject the claim.Committee RecommendationsContracts and Agreements9. Award a Contract to Nuera Contracting & Consulting, LP, for Quieter Home Program Phase 7, Group 5 (26 West Side, Non-Historic, Condominium Units):
The Board is requested to award a contract.10. Award a Contract to Neal Electric Corp., dba Neil Electric, Inc., For Vale: Installation of Electrical Infrastructure at Terminal 1 West and Terminal 2 East for Pre-Conditioned Air at San Diego International Airport:
The Board is requested to award a contract.11. Authorize the President/CEO to Increase the Contract Time for Terminal Development Program Contract 2: Terminal 2 Landside Improvements:
The Board is requested to approve and authorize an increase in the contract time.12. Approve and Authorize the President/CEO to Execute a First Amendment to the On-Call Structural Engineering Consultant Services Agreement with Simon Wong Engineering, Inc.:
The Board is requested to approve and authorize the amendment. Contracts and Agreements and/or Amendments to Contracts and Agreements Exceeding $1 Million13. Approve and Authorize the President/CEO to Execute On-Call Roadway Painting and Slurry Sealing Service Agreement with Statewide Stripes, Inc.:
The Board is requested to approve and authorize the agreement.14. Approve and Authorize the President/CEO to Execute a Seventh Amendment to the Agreement with AECOM USA, Inc.:
The Board is requested to approve the amendment.15. Award a Contract to Thyssenkrupp Airport Systems, Inc. For Vale: Installation of Pre-Conditioned Air at Terminal 1 West and Terminal 2 East Pre-Conditioned Air Unit Installation at San Diego International Airport:
The Board is requested to award a contract.Public Hearings: NoneOld Business: NoneNew Business:16. Approve the Authoritys Participation in Cooperative Agreements and Authorize the President/CEO to Execute Purchase Orders for Information Technology Requisitions:
The Board is requested to approve participation.17. Renewal of the Employee Benefit Program(s) for 2014:
The Board is requested to approve the employee benefit program.18. Authorize the President/CEO to Grant Rental Car Center Leases with Terms of 30 Years and Non-Exclusive On-Airport Rental Car Concession Agreements with Terms of 10 Years, plus Four 5-Year Options to Extend the Concession Agreements to Rental Car Companies for the Right to Occupy and Operate Within the San Diego Rental Car Center to be Constructed on the North Side of San Diego International Airport:
The Board is requested to grant rental car concession agreements and leases.19. Approve and Authorize the President/CEO to Execute a Third Amendment to the Construction Manager-At-Risk Agreement with Austin-Sundt Joint Venture, to Increase the Contract Amount for Construction Work on the Rental Car Center:
The Board is requested to approve the amendment. Closed Session:20. Conference with Labor Negotiators:
Labor negotiations pursuant to Cal. Gov. Code §54957.6:
Authority Designated Negotiators: Thella F. Bowens, President/CEO; and
Jeff Lindeman, Senior Director, Organizational Performance & Development
Employee Organization: Teamsters 91121. Conference with Real Property Negotiators:
Real property negotiations pursuant to Cal. Gov. Code §54954.5(b) and §54956.8:
Property: Salt Plant 17 acre parcel located at 1470 Bay Boulevard, San Diego
Agency Negotiators: Vernon D. Evans, Vice President, Finance/Treasurer
Negotiating Parties: United States Fish and Wildlife Service, GGTW, LLC
(current tenant) and/or other interested parties
Under Negotiation: Sale terms and conditions22. Conference with Real Property Negotiators:
Real property negotiations pursuant to Cal. Gov. Code §§ 54954.5(b) and 54956.8.
Property: Landmark Aviation.
Agency negotiator: Vernon D. Evans, Eric Podnieks and Troy Leech.
Negotiating parties: Landmark Aviation (current tenant).
Under negotiation: Amendment of terms of Lease regarding site development.23. Conference with Legal Counsel-Existing Litigation:
(Cal. Gov. Code Section 54956.9(A))
Diego Concession Group, Inc. v. San Diego County Regional Airport Authority S.D.S.C Case No. 37-2012-00088083-CU-BT-CTL24. Conference With Legal Counsel-Existing Litigation:
(Cal. Gov. Code §54956.9(A))
Melvin R. McFarlin v. San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, et al.,
San Diego Superior Court Case No. 37-2013-00066152-CU-OE-CTL 25. Conference with Legal Counsel Anticipated Litigation:
Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (c) of §54956.9: (3 cases)26. Conference with Legal Counsel Anticipated Litigation:
Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Cal. Gov. Code §54956.9(b):
Kelly Lancaster, David Boenitz, Mary Erickson and Richard Gilb, et al v. SDCERS, San Diego Sup. Court Case No. 37-2011-G0096238-CU-PO-CT
Number of cases: 127. Conference with Legal Counsel Anticipated Litigation:
Significant exposure to litigation (Cal. Gov. Code §§ 54956.9 (b) and 54954.5)
Number of potential cases: 1
Re: Investigative Order No. R9-2012-0009 by the California Regional Water Quality Control Board regarding submission of technical reports pertaining to an investigation of bay sediments at the Downtown Anchorage Area in San DiegoReport on Closed Session:
Non-Agenda Public Comment:
General Counsel Report:Business and Travel Expense Reimbursement Reports For Board Members, President/CEO, Chief Auditor and General Counsel When Attending Conferences, Meetings, and Training at the Expense of the Authority:Board Comment:
Call to Order:
Pledge of Allegiance:
Non-Agenda Public Comment:
Consent Agenda (Items 1-2):1. Approval of Minutes:
The Airport Land Use Commission is requested to approve minutes of prior Commission meetings.Consistency Determinations2. Consistency Determination Report of Land Use Actions Determined to be Consistent with Airport Land Use Compatibility Plans:
The Commission is requested to receive a report of land use actions determined by staff to be consistent with their respective Airport Land Use Compatibility Plans.
Pub. Sep 26-00114585
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING
5560 OVERLAND AVE, STE 270
SAN DIEGO, CA 92123
NOTICE TO CONTRACOTRS
NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OF
MATERIAL INSPECTION/TESTING AND GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
CONSULTING SERVICES ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS
The County of San Diego Department of Public Works invites qualified Consultants to submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) to provide Material Inspection/Testing and Geotechnical Engineering Consulting Services on an As-Needed Basis For Non-Federally Funded Projects. Projects are public works and subject to prevailing wage requirements. Consultant will be required to provide material inspection and testing services during design and/or construction phase(s) of various projects. Consultant shall collect field samples and perform field and laboratory testing to verify conformance with project design and/or construction specifications. Report preparation, test summaries, and timely turnaround for test results are also required. The County may award up to three contracts from this Qualifications Based Selection. Awarded contracts shall not exceed $500,000 per year for a term of up to three (3) years each. Specific work will be assigned via task order. Actual execution of task orders will be at the sole discretion of the County.
SOQs must be received by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at the following address:
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
5500 Overland Avenue, Suite 320
San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: Harshal Salway (re: RFSQ 6161 - Material Inspection/Testing and Geotechnical Engineering Consulting Services on an As-Needed Basis For Non-Federally Funded Projects)
SOQ submittal instruction package is available from County's BuyNet website at http://buynet.sdcounty.ca.gov.
Any questions regarding this solicitation should be directed to Harshal Salway of the Department of Public Works at Harshal.Salway@sdcounty.ca.gov. The County of San Diego encourages the participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises and Small Business Enterprises. The County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pub. Sep 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30-00114311