GOAA has requested that City Council concur in the approval of the following items approved by GOAA:
September 16, 2015 GOAA Meeting Items:
CA-N Routine Disposal of Surplus Property. See attached GOAA agenda item and list of surplus property that GOAA found to be no longer necessary, useful or profitable in the operation of the airport system.
CA-S Second Amendment to Revolving Credit Agreement with Bank of America, N.A. The credit agreement was entered into on May 22, 1013 and expires on April 1, 2016. It was issued as subordinate debt to GOAA's obligations under the Airport Facilities Revenue Bond Resolution (Bond Resolution). This amendment will incorporate recent changes to the Bond Resolution into the credit agreement.
CA-BB Approve Change Order No. 041-01 to the Construction Contract with The Middlesex Corporation for Bid Package No. 041, OEA Rehabilitation of Taxiways - Phase 1 at the Orlando Executive Airport. The fiscal impact is $19,620.88 with funding provided from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) grants, and previously-approved OEA Revenue Bonds. City Council concurrence is required due to the FAA funding.
October 21, 2015 GOAA Meeting Items:
CA-U routine disposal of surplus property. See attached GOAA agenda item and list of surplus property that GOAA found to be no longer necessary, useful or profitable in the operation of the airport system.
December 9, 2015 GOAA Meeting Items:
CA-B Approve Change Order 041-02 for a credit of $14,692.20 for BP No. 041, OEA Rehabilitation of Taxiways - Phase 1. Adjustments are necessary to reconcile over 50 line items of contract quantities to the actual quantities installed.
CA-S Approve the Use of Previously Approved Capital Expenditure Funds for Load Balancer Hardware and Servers, Installation and Support for Critical Aviation Authority Information Technology (IT) Systems. Capital expenditure funds in the amount of $537,000 were budgeted for 2017 for installation of fiber optic cabling for traffic lights on airport property. There is an immediate need to accelerate certain planned fiscal year 2017 purchases, i.e. a load balancer and server hardware for critical GOAA IT systems. GOAA approved the reallocation of the previously approved funds for fiber optic cabling to fund this needed procurement.
CA-Y Amendment No. 1 to Lease Agreement with Herndon Village Shoppes at OEA. The current lease is set to expire on October 31, 2025 and the tenant has requested an extension of the term in order to attract tenants and refinance the lease. The amendment extends the term by 10 years to October 31, 2036 and provides tenant with one 10 year renewal option. In recognition of the change in the rental market, rent during the extended and option terms will be reduced from 12% to 10% of the fair market value of the premises. The amendment further provides that the tenant is required to resurface the parking lot by june 30, 2016 and at such time as the City updates its landscape standards for the area, the tenant shall remove the landscaping berms and upgrade the landscaping to comply with the updated City standards.
CA-FF routine disposal of surplus property. See attached GOAA agenda item and list of surplus property that GOAA found to be no longer necessary, useful or profitable in the operation of the airport system.