Port Of Seattle General Meeting

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To be held in Commission Chambers at Pier 69, 2711 Alaskan Way, Seattle

Founded in 1911 by a vote of the people as a special purpose government, the Port of Seattle’s mission is to promote economicopportunities and quality of life in the region by advancing trade, travel, commerce, and job creationin an equitable, accountable, and environmentally responsible manner.


11:00 a.m.


2.EXECUTIVE SESSION–if necessary, pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(executive sessions are not open to the public)

12:00 noon –PUBLIC SESSION

Reconvene or Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance

3.APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA(at this time, commissioners may reorder, add,or remove items from the agenda)


5.PUBLIC COMMENT–procedures availableonline at https://www.portseattle.org/page/public-comment-port-commission-meetings

6.UNANIMOUS CONSENT CALENDAR(consent calendar items are adopted by one motion without discussion)6a.Approval of the minutes ofthe regular meeting of August 13, 2019.(no enclosure)6b.Approval of the Claims and Obligations for the period September 1, 2019, through September 30, 2019, including accounts payable check nos931646-932175in the amount of $5,853,652.18; accounts payable ACH nos. 020175-020842in the amount of $69,415,025.71; accounts payable wire transfer nos. 015199-015217in the amount of $5,730,932.44, payroll check nos. 194263-194512in the amount of $265,268.93; and payroll ACH nos. 929895-934210in the amount of $11,096,629.74for a fund total of $92,631,509.00.(memoenclosed)6c.Authorization for the Executive Director to (1) accept a Federal Emergency Management Agency Port Security Grant Program award in the amount of $659,843 for the procurement of one Port of Seattle police boat; (2) execute a contract to buy a police boat; and(3) authorize the Port of Seattle share of the project in the amount of $240,157, which includes a 25 percent cost match mandated by the FEMA grant program, for a total procurement cost of $900,000. (memoenclosed)6d.Authorization for the Executive Director to execute a new one-year contract with four additional one-year options to extend for Pier 66 janitorial services, with a value up to $575,000. (memoenclosed)6e.Authorization for the Executive Director to execute a new collective bargaining agreementbetween the Port of Seattle and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 763, Teamsters, Police Commanders, representing the Police Department for the Port ofSeattle covering the period from January 1, 2019, through December 31, 2021.(memoand redlineenclosed)6f.Authorization for the Executive Director to execute a new collective bargaining agreementbetween the IUOE Local 302, representing the Operating Engineers in our Aviation Maintenance Department, covering the period from June 1, 2018, through May 31, 2023.(memoand redlineenclosed)7.SPECIAL ORDERS7a.Authorization for the Executive Director to renew the lease agreement for one year with the City of Seattle for continued use of the Tsubota site (1601 15th Avenue West, Seattle) for a temporary homeless encampment. (memo, presentation, and draft leaseenclosed)8.AUTHORIZATIONS and FINAL ACTIONS8a.Introduction and public hearing for Resolution No. 3762: A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission declaring surplus andno longer needed for port district purposes approximately 417,963 square feet (9.6 acres) of Port-owned real property located in the City of SeaTac, King County; and further authorizing the Executive Director, or his designee, to finalize negotiation, prepare and execute all necessary documents to transfer said real property to WSDOT for use in the extension of SR-509 in connection with WSDOT’s SeaTac to I-5 Freeway Extension/SR-509 Corridor Completion Program Phase I Project(memo, presentation, and draft resoenclosed)

PRELIMINARY AGENDA –Port of Seattle Commission RegularMeeting of October 8, 2019Page 2of 2Commissioners:Stephanie Bowman ■ Ryan Calkins ■ Fred Felleman ■ Courtney Gregoire ■ Peter Steinbrueck Executive Director:Stephen P. MetruckTo contact commissioners: 206-787-3034 For meeting records and information: commission-public-records@portseattle.org206-787-3210www.portseattle.org8.AUTHORIZATIONS and FINAL ACTIONS (continued)8b.Authorization for the Executive Director to (1) prepare design and construction bid documents for the Terminal Solid Waste Improvements project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; (2) execute a long-term contract for standardized solid waste compactors through a competitive process for a period of up to 10 years; and (3) use Port crews for preconstruction activities. The amount of this request is $1,225,000 for a total estimated project cost not to exceed $6,400,000.(CIP #C800945) (memoand presentationenclosed)8c.Authorization for the Executive Director to set 2020 Marine Stormwater Utility rates with an increase of 8.2 percent. (memoand presentationenclosed)8d.Authorization for the Executive Director to increase funding for the Interim Westside Fire Station Design-Build Contract by $3,679,000 for a new total project cost of $9,179,000. (CIP #C800876) (memoand presentationenclosed)9.PRESENTATIONS, REPORTS, and STAFF BRIEFINGS9a.Financial Policy Update Recommendations.(memoand presentationenclosed)9b.2020 Maritime and Economic Development Divisions Preliminary Budgets Briefing.(memo, maritime presentation, and EDD presentationenclosed)10.QUESTIONS on REFERRAL to COMMITTEE11.ADJOURNMENT