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       GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT
                        AUTHORITY
                                 May 22, 2008 - 5:00 p.m.
                             Gainesville Regional Airport
                            Airline Terminal – Board Room
                                   Monthly Meeting
                                          AGENDA

                        Please turn off all cellular phones and beepers.

CALL TO ORDER BY THE CHAIR

INVOCATION

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

DETERMINATION OF A QUORUM

APPROVAL OF MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
The Airport Authority will review and approve the GACRAA meeting Highlights of April 24, 2008.

Recommendation: Motion to approve the meeting Highlights of April 24, 2008 and authorize the
Chair and Secretary/Treasurer to execute the documents on behalf of the Airport Authority.

ADOPTION OF AGENDA

CITIZENS INPUT – NON-AGENDA ITEMS

AIRPORT AUTHORITY INPUT – NON-AGENDA ITEMS

AIRPORT BUSINESS ___________________________________________________________9
  1.   Information Items________________________________________________________________9
            Project Summary ____________________________________________________________9
            Passenger / Cargo / Fuel Statistics ______________________________________________26
            Airline Load Factors _________________________________________________________30
            Airline On-time Performance – March 2008 ______________________________________31
  2.   Finance Report _________________________________________________________________37
  3.   FAA Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Grant No. 3-012-0028-24-2008 – Resolution 08-018
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 3.   FAA Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Grant No. 3-012-0028-24-2008 – Resolution 08-018
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 4.   Taxiway B Rehabilitation and Lighting Project Contract Award – Resolution 08-019_______48
 5.   Brittany Estates – Land Use Change from Industrial to Medium Density Residential _______56
 6.   Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc. Task Order # 12 Supplement # 5– Resolution 08-020 ________61
 7.   Application to Provide Aircraft Flight Instruction – Sky Chiefs Aviation, LLC – Resolution
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TENANT REPORTS ___________________________________________________________76
 1.   University Air Center____________________________________________________________76
 2.   Gator Aviation Services, LLC _____________________________________________________76
 3.   R D Air Services, LLC ___________________________________________________________76
AIRPORT AUTHORITY INPUT _________________________________________________76
AIRPORT AUTHORITY ATTENDANCE _________________________________________76




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   GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY
                           Thursday, April 24, 2008 –5:00 p.m.
       Gainesville Technology Enterprise Center (GTEC) – Main Conference Room
                                   Monthly Meeting
                                       Highlights

Call to Order by the Chair
Vice-Chair McEachern called the meeting to order at 5:07 p.m.

Invocation: Mr. Stringfellow delivered the invocation.

Pledge of Allegiance: Mr. Dashwood Hicks led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Authority Members Present at Roll Call: Billy Brashear, William Breeze, Mark Goldstein, Mac
McEachern, Jim Stringfellow, Kinnon Thomas and Janet Woods were present. Chair Peter Johnson
arrived at 5:16 p.m. Win Phillips was absent.

Ex-officio member Brent Christensen was absent. City of Gainesville liaison Erik Bredfeldt was present.

Determination of a Quorum: It was determined that a quorum was present at roll call.

Approval of Meeting Highlights for March 27, 2008
Mr. Thomas moved approval of the monthly meeting highlights for March 27, 2008. Mr. Breeze
seconded the motion. Motion passed.

Adoption of the Agenda
Mr. Thomas moved to adopt the agenda as presented by staff. Mr. Goldstein seconded the motion.
Motion passed.

Citizens’ Input – Non-agenda Items - None

Airport Authority Input – Non-agenda Items - None

Consent Agenda - None

Airport Business:

Mr. Penksa suggested that the Board consider allowing Mr. Pokorny the opportunity to begin by
providing the University Air Center report since he would be unable to remain through the end of the
meeting. It was the consensus of the Board to begin with the UAC tenant report.

Tenant Report - University Air Center (UAC)
UAC General Manager Bill Pokorny reported that UAC is now an FAA approved avionics repair station.
He reported that the four (4) oldest aircraft owned by UAC have been sold and replaced with two brand
new Cessna 172 “glass cockpit” airplanes.

Information Items:
Mr. Penksa reported that at its last meeting, the Board approved the City’s proposal dated March 26, 2008
to either place an easement on existing City conservation land or purchase new land and provide an
easement acceptable to GACRAA and the SJRWMD in exchange for payment of $118,000. Staff is
awaiting further direction from the City.
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Mr. Penksa reported that the Taxiway A Lighting Project is complete. He stated that as-built / installed
quantities of fiber optic cable need to be trued-up with the original bid quantities and that a final change
order based on actual installed quantities is being prepared. Mr. Penksa noted that the contractor is
responsible for additional inspection fees due to an evaluation of an alternative emergency generator and
automatic transfer switch installed and some fiber optic cable and devices that needed to be reinstalled
because they were not installed as specified. Mr. Penksa stated that the project is expected to come in
below budget; therefore, left-over FAA funds will be used to modify a fire truck with the installation of a
new dry chemical system. He stated that the Airport will then have two (2) vehicles that meet FAA Index
B requirements.

Mr. Penksa reported that the FAA proposes to rent approximately 4,353 sq. ft. of the 8,000 sq. ft. former
AFSS building for its Airways Facilities branch. The current lease with the FAA for the AFSS building
will expire on September 30, 2008. FAA currently rents the AFSS building for $55,600 per year
(approximately $6.95 per sq. ft.). All of the revenue for the facility is passed directly on to the City
because the City financed the construction. A portion of the building, restrooms, locker room/employee
lounge, would be available for joint tenant use. He reported that the FAA would require the installation of
a security wall to separate the FAA portion of the building from another future tenant. Mr. Penksa
reported that an appraisal will be conducted to determine the fair market value of the leasehold. Some of
the building mechanical systems, especially HVAC rooftop units, are in need of replacement. Mr. Penksa
suggested charging a rental rate that will cover fair market value and improvements requested by the
FAA. He noted that rent payments will no longer be passed directly to the City after September 30, 2008.

Mr. McEachern turned the chair over to Mr. Johnson.

Mr. Goldstein asked about the $3.00 per day Customer Facility Charge (CFC) assessed to rental car
customers and whether this fee had any impact on airport rentals. Mr. Penksa stated that the CFC funds
are accruing and will be utilized to build an on-airport service facility for use by the rental car companies.
Mr. Penksa stated that he has not been made aware of any loss of business at the Airport due to the CFC.

Mr. Penksa noted that several Board members attended the Special City Commission Meeting regarding
the Hatchet Creek Development on April 16, 2008. He reported that the City Commission approved a
motion to permit the inclusion of 200 acres currently zoned for Industrial use in the PUD and that
residential would not be permitted in any Airport Noise Zone. He reported that the City Commission did
not take action to change the definition of the Airport Noise Zone pending the completion of the F.A.R.
Part 150 Noise Study and receipt of a recommendation from GACRAA. Mr. Penksa reported that the
City Commission included in its motion a request that GACRAA meet with the City Attorney, Planning
Staff and the developer to discuss areas where residential construction would be acceptable within the
Industrial zoned 200 acres. Mr. Penksa suggested that he and a Board member attend the meeting but
noted that changes to the Airport Noise Zone are not recommended until the Part 150 Noise Study is
completed.

Mr. Stringfellow moved to ask GACRAA's attorney to recommend an aggressive legal firm that
specializes in airport / compatible land use matters. Dr. Brashear seconded the motion.

Mr. McEachern agreed that the Airport needs to take action to put itself on good legal footing. He
suggested that the Board be prepared to provide the City Commission with legal and expert opinions that
support adoption of 60 dnl or 55 dnl as the Airport Noise Zone for the prohibition of residential land use.

Dr. Brashear and Mr. Johnson agreed with staff’s recommendation that the Board needs to understand
where the contours will fall on the new Noise Exposure Maps.
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Mr. Goldstein urged the Board to put aside Mr. Stringfellow’s motion in favor of one less confrontational.
He stated that the City Commission wants GACRAA’s opinion and recommendation on the project.

Mr. Penksa noted that GACRAA has no legal standing on the issue; Ms. Metzler, Attorney for the
Authority, concurred.

Mr. McEachern recommended that the Board draft a position on avigation easements and noise insulation
standards, too.

Mr. Stringfellow withdrew his motion.

Ms. Metzler reported that she and her associate, Don Stanley, have the resources ready to assist the
Airport in the matter.

Mr. McEachern moved to compliment staff’s efforts and to direct staff and the attorney to maintain the
Board’s previously stated position on the subject. Mr. Goldstein seconded the motion.

Ms. Woods suggested that the Airport’s Attorney accompany staff to meetings with the city and the
developer.

Dr. Brashear stated that he attended the April 16th meeting and he felt that the majority of the City
Commissioners were receptive to the Airport’s position.

Mr. Bredfeldt stated that the City Attorney has scheduled the meeting with the developer for May 7 and
the meeting will be a public meeting. He noted that there is no mandate to make a decision at the May 7
meeting.

Mr. Bredfeldt read aloud an excerpt of the City Commission’s motion: “…in addition to what Attorney
Radson read, the Airport Authority, the petitioner and City staff including the City Attorney will attempt
to identify properties within the Industrial (zoning area) that could have residential use and not adversely
impact airport operations.”

Ms. Woods noted that it would likely be a short meeting because GACRAA will wait and review the new
Noise Exposure Maps prior to making a recommendation to the City on whether there should be changes
to the Airport Noise Zone.

Mr. Stringfellow reported that the owners of Brittany Estates, located northeast of and adjacent to the
Hatchet Creek Development property, are seeking to rezone the property from industrial to multi-family.

Mr. Penksa reported that the Brittany Estates location is outside of the current 65 dnl noise zone but the
area is subject to over flights and recommended obtaining avigation easements over the area.

It was the consensus of the Board to support Mr. McEachern’s motion.

Mr. Penksa reported that the Taxiway B Rehabilitation & Lighting project was advertised locally on April
20, 2008. He noted that the bid opening is scheduled for May 20, 2008 and that the project grant
application must be submitted to the FAA by June 2, 2008.




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Mr. Penksa reported that staff has compiled a Stormwater Survey regarding City stormwater assessments
on Airport property. He stated that most stormwater is contained on-site or flows into Little Hatchet
Creek, however staff will investigate whether stormwater flows into any City facility.

Mr. Scott Branham distributed aerial photos of the RD Air Services corporate hanger site. In addition to
the work site photos, Mr. Branham presented an artist’s rendering of the completed buildings and ramp.

Mr. Penksa reviewed the Air Traffic Volume reports. He stated that he met earlier in the day with Delta
Air Lines planners in Atlanta. He reported that Delta will reduce the number of seats in June when it
replaces all ATR-72 aircraft with regional jets.

Mr. Johnson noted that he and staff purchased round-trip airfare between GNV-ATL for $250.00 for the
meeting with Delta Air Lines.

Mr. Penksa reported that fuel flowage is down and that rising fuel prices are having a negative impact on
operations.

Finance Report
Mr. Matthew Lyons, Business Manager/CFO, reviewed the Finance Report for the period ending March
31, 2008. He reported the following results:

         Revenue                         March Year-to-Date    March Year-to-Date         Variance
                                             Actual (6 mos.)      Budget (6 mos.)    Over / (Under)
         Total Operating Revenue              $2,295,606.92         $2,281,948.54       $13,658.38


         Expenses                        March Year-to-Date    March Year-to-Date    Over / (Under)
                                                     Actual               Budget
         Total Expenses                       $1,807,768.82         $1,861,144.09      ($53,375.27)


         Income (Loss) Before                    $487,838.10          $420,804.45        $67,033.65
         Depreciation


Dr. Brashear left the meeting.

Mr. Penksa reported that Eclipse Aviation had not paid the annual rent that was due at the end of March
but has proposed paying the full amount plus interest in seven (7) weekly installments via electronic funds
transfer. Mr. Penksa stated that the Airport’s Attorney drafted an amendment to the lease agreement with
Eclipse Aviation; the amendment sets forth the payment terms for the seven weekly payments. The first
payment is due on Friday, April 25.

Mr. McEachern moved to approve the proposed Amendment to the lease agreement with Eclipse
Aviation. Mr. Breeze seconded the motion. Motion passed 7-0.

Mr. Penksa reported that several tenants expressed an interest in storing and pumping their own fuel. He
stated that the University Athletic Association (UAA) would like to install a fuel tank on their leasehold.

Mr. Penksa recommended that staff continue to work with UAA; he indicated that UAA will need to
demonstrate that it will meet the Minimum Standards. He noted that UAA will submit a site plan to City
and the City will submit the plan to GACRAA for approval.


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Terminal Renovation – Phase 2 Report
Mr. Iguina, Airport Facilities Manager, presented a status report on the Terminal Renovation – Phase 2
progress. He reported that TSA is now operating in their renovated area. He reported that the project is
approximately 70% complete and is scheduled to be completed by the end of July. He noted that the new
Board room will be ready for use in early May and that the next GACRAA meeting will be held at the
airline terminal.

FAA Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Grant Application
Mr. Penksa reported that two (2) AIP Grant Applications have been submitted to obtain FY2008 FAA
AIP funding for the following projects:

                Project           Application Federal                  Comments
                                       Amount
        Terminal Renovation             $1,250,950      Federal entitlement funding requested for
        Phase 2B                                        95% of the total cost of the project,
                                                        $1,316,789; local share is $65,839
        Terminal Renovation                831,588      Federal entitlement funding requested for
        Phase 2C                                        95% of the total cost of the project,
                                                        $875,356; local share is $43,768.
        Terminal Public Area               175,750      Federal entitlement funding requested for
        Seating/Furniture and                           95% of the total cost of the project,
        Fixtures                                        $185,000; local share is $9,250.
        Part 150 Noise Study               171,338      Federal entitlement funding requested for
        Phase 1 – Noise                                 95% of the total cost of the project,
        Exposure Maps                                   $180,356; local share is $9,018.
        Part 150 Noise Study               161,642      Federal discretionary funding requested
        Phase 2 – Noise                                 for 95% of the total cost of the project,
        Compatibility Program                           $170,149; local share is $8,507.
                                        $2,591,268      Total local share is $136,382.



       Mr. Penksa reported that another funding request to be made on May 24, 2008:

                Project           Application Federal                  Comments
                                       Amount
        Taxiway B                        $1,650,00      Total local share expected to be $86,842.
        Rehabilitation


Mr. Goldstein moved to endorse FAA AIP Grant Applications for funding the projects as submitted by
staff and to pursue co-sponsor approval by the Gainesville City Commission. Mr. Thomas seconded the
motion. Motion passed 7-0.


FDOT Local Agency Program (LAP) – Supplemental Agreement # 1 (Amended) –
Resolution 08-017
Mr. Penksa reported that an additional $ $12,431.00 in federal funding for a total of $2,030,498 in
FY2008 for construction of the new access road. He noted that the Board previously accepted an
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additional $12,067.00 in federal funding in December. He also noted that the grant does not require a
local match.

Mr. Thomas moved approval of Resolution 08-017 accepting an amended Supplemental Agreement # 1
to the FDOT LAP agreement and authorizing execution by the appropriate officials on behalf of
GACRAA. Mr. Breeze seconded the motion. A roll-call vote followed: Mr. Breeze – aye, Mr.
Goldstein – nay, Mr. McEachern – nay, Mr. Stringfellow – aye, Mr. Thomas – aye, Ms. Woods, aye and
Mr. Johnson – aye. Motion passed 5-2.

Mr. McEachern moved to actively develop and seek long-term tenants for the 38 acre site adjacent to
the new access road. Mr. Goldstein seconded the motion. Motion passed.

Mr. Penksa suggested and Mr. McEachern agreed that the Airport solicit letters of interest from parties
interested in developing the site.

Airport Authority Attendance
No issues to report at this time.

Airport Authority Comments
Mr. Stringfellow recommended that Board members visit the Octillion Corporation website to learn about
its NanoPower Window™. Octillion's NanoPower Window technology uses silicon nanoparticles that
have the potential to convert conventional home, office and industrial glass windows into those capable of
converting solar energy into electricity. Mr. Stringfellow stated that this technology might be suitable for
use on the new glass roof over the former atrium in the airline terminal.

Airport Authority Attendance

Adjournment
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by the Chair at 7:30 p.m.
GACRAA Monthly Meeting


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AIRPORT BUSINESS




  1. Information Items
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        Project Summary

        1.   Transportation Security Administration Hurricane Preparedness
             Gainesville Regional Airport has been chosen to house emergency supplies such as
             food, water, generators and trailers required to support TSA staff at airports
             affected by hurricane damage. The inland location is strategic for distribution,
             with some protection afforded through distance from the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf
             of Mexico. Materials will be staged at GNV, standing ready for dispatch anywhere
             in the southeastern United States. Materials have begun to arrive, many of them
             housed at Florida Food Service, and staff will develop a lease amendment to
             accommodate this new TSA activity.

             TSA is drafting an agreement for future charges and addressing current charges by
             amending the current lease agreement so that they may meet internal requirements
             for payment. TSA currently owes GACRAA for sixteen (16) months of storage
             totaling $48,000. GACRAA share of this is $13,344. Staff is diligently working
             with TSA to clean up their past due account. Staff has recently reinvoiced TSA for
             the past due amount at TSA’s request.


        2.   RFP # 07-002 Corporate Hangar Area Development
             The Board accepted a proposal from RD Air Services, LLC to develop
             approximately 2.75 acres of property as a Corporate Hangar site to include ramp
             and taxi lanes. RD’s construction site plan has been approved by the City and
             approved by GACRAA at its June 27 meeting. A Phase I environmental audit of
             the property has been completed. A copy of the report was submitted to RD Air
             Services. Staff is awaiting certain documents from RD required prior to lease
             signing. Staff needs RD Air Services’ performance bond or other acceptable
             security. Staff had asked for all items necessary to execute the lease by the end of
             September. RD Air reports that they have completed their appraisal for the loan
             and final loan approval but they expect to have all documents for GACRAA legal
             review and lease execution by mid-December. RD Air is now considering
             alternative means to financing and guarantee construction. These will be submitted
             to staff for review. A ground breaking ceremony was held on December 19. RD
             Air has provided the required performance bond to secure construction. The lease
             has been executed and the site construction is now underway. The facilities are


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            scheduled to be completed by September 30, 2008. Site work continues. (Please
            see page 22)


       3.   New Entrance Road between Airline Terminal and Waldo Road
            An earmark was received in the USDOT Highway Reauthorization Bill. $950,000
            in additional funding for this project was also announced as FDOT Growth
            Management funding. A member of the Delegation has expressed an interest in
            putting a sign with Airline logos on Waldo Road. A task order for design was
            approved by the Board and an FDOT grant agreement has been accepted. The
            Airport needs to develop additional airside land to meet future general aviation
            needs. The FAA’s Orlando ADO is of the opinion that the project does not qualify
            for AIP or PFC funding. The federal grant does not require any local match, but is
            insufficient to complete the project. More federal funds will be needed to complete
            the project without a large local share. FDOT has notified staff that construction of
            a partial road using 100% of the available federal funds with no state or local
            match is acceptable. The partial road will provide access to approximately 33
            acres of airport land for future aeronautical development as well as a connection to
            the proposed county commerce park. The City Plan Board, in its approval of
            rezoning the current fairgrounds site for use as a business park, is in favor of
            utilizing access from Waldo Road via the proposed Airport Entrance Road.
            GACRAA has approved moving forward with the project to use up the federal
            funds available at 100% of project costs. The available funds will pay for
            approximately 1,700 feet of two-lane roadway. The road will not connect with the
            terminal loop road until additional federal funds are made available. Staff will
            pursue additional federal funding at the appropriate time in hopes of completing
            the road. Design work is scheduled to be completed by 6/2/2008 with bidding
            scheduled to occur on 8/14/2008. Construction of Phase I is scheduled to be
            substantially complete in June of 2009.         Airport staff recommends pursuing
            additional Federal Highway funds to complete Phase II of the road with little or no
            local match. The amount needed to complete Phase II is estimated at $3,295,751.
            GACRAA approved staff’s recommendation to pursue additional federal funding
            at its public meeting on February 28, 2008.


       4.   DayJet™
            DayJet is a “Per-Seat, On-Demand” air taxi operator based in Delray Beach, FL.
            Gainesville is one of DayJet’s first 5 DayPorts in Florida. DayJet has also
            established its first DayBase in Gainesville. DayJet is also considering Gainesville
            for an operations maintenance center; these two activities would together require as
            many as 120 employees. DayJet has been performing intensive pilot training
            activities at the Airport and has received their FAA certificate to carry passengers.
            The official passenger service kick-off event was held on Friday, October 5th and
            was well attended. DayJet has begun revenue passenger operations and had
            previously announced that the number of operations is “within the envelope of
            their business plan”.



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            DayJet recently announced company wide layoffs and cited difficulty in raising
            capital to finance continued expansion. Local staffing levels will reflect the
            current demand for services. Approximately 30 – 35% of the local work force has
            been furloughed.




       5.   Airline Passenger Terminal Renovation
            The building permit was issued and the contractor began work in mid-May of
            2007. A surplus trailer has been acquired to house offices for facilities
            maintenance and operations staff displaced by construction work in the former
            terminal restaurant area. A proposal to replace HVAC equipment in the ticketing
            and bag claim areas has been deferred to a future project for budgeting reasons.
            The pump house for the new chiller is complete and equipment is being installed.
            New chilled water lines have been installed on the roof from the chiller to various
            equipment locations. Roof for air handlers have been installed for the new atrium.
            The new chiller plant located outside is essentially complete.

            The two (2) new bathrooms serving the main passenger lounge are almost
            complete and punch list items are being attended to. The new bathrooms will be
            opened in the very near future.

            TSA is now operating within their newly finished space. Some punch list items
            remain in the area.

            Concession Area - Work continues in the new concession area. All subsurface
            utilities are in place, including a new 1,050 gallon grease interceptor for the food
            concession. Water supply lines and floor drains have been installed for future
            sinks and appliances to be installed by the Concessionaire. Overhead mechanical
            work is almost complete, including a new hood and fire protection system. Drywall
            in the concession area is underway. A new main electric panel for the area will be
            installed later to meet the requirements of the concessionaire.

            Atrium - All lights and mechanical improvements in the atrium have been
            completed. Two revolving passenger doors have been installed. Some minor
            storefront replacement remains. Drywall partitions are complete and finish paint is
            being applied. A large, fixed planter including an interior fountain is being
            installed. Work continues on a new vending alcove in the atrium/holdroom area as
            well as floor preparation for new floor finishes.

            Ticketing & Bag Claim Areas – New down light fixtures have been installed.
            Suspended ceiling in the bag claim area is being removed for replacement.

            Gate Area – Overhead mechanical work, including new ductwork has been
            completed. New fluorescent light fixtures have been installed and new ceiling grid


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            is in place. Airport crews used this opportunity to bring existing electrical conduits
            up to code. Old carpet has been removed and floor is being prepared for new
            carpet.

            Terminal Core – Main Passenger Lounge ceiling is being removed. Update of
            mechanical systems and installation of new ductwork continues.

            Mechanical Room – New electrical service and motor control panels have been
            installed. New boiler has been installed. New air handler in mezzanine has been
            installed. Foundations for pumps and remaining mechanical equipment have been
            poured. Installation of HVAC control devices throughout the building is on-going.

            The contractor is working at night to try and make up lost time.


       6.   R D Air Services, LLC
            RD Air has established and occupied temporary offices next to the Bi-fold Door
            Hangar they lease. The new hangar door has been installed and is operational.


       7.   Multi-Modal Facility
            Utilizing the FY05 USDOT grant and FDOT Growth Management funding, a
            Phase I scope of work is being developed. A bus/shuttle stop, taxi cab queuing
            area, and private vehicle waiting area are anticipated as elements of this project.
            Staff has submitted an application to use 100% of the federal funds available
            (approximately $291,534) with the minimum amount of local match (10%).


       8.   St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD)
            The water management district is pursuing resolution of conservation easement
            recordation and wetland clearing permits associated with work done in the early
            1990’s (Taxiway A Extension) and mid-1980’s (tree clearing in the approach to
            Runway 29) respectively. The water management district has tentatively agreed to
            the proposal of recording the easement on Gum Root Park property. The City
            Commission approved recordation at its June 26, 2006 meeting if they receive
            $118,000 from GACRAA. The Commission must now approve Amendment # 2 to
            the Interlocal Agreement that the GACRAA Board approved on October 26, 2006.
            A survey of the easement has been prepared by RS&H as well as a draft easement
            area management plan. Both have been submitted to SJRWMD for approval.
            Airport staff will work with the City of Gainesville to develop an MOU for
            continued city maintenance of the area to remove exotic species. Comments to the
            proposed easement language have been received from SJRWMD and have been
            forwarded to the City Attorney’s office for review. The City would like the
            Airport to remove the Gum Root area from the FAA Exhibit A map. The FAA
            will not approval removal of the property unless the Airport can demonstrate that it
            was added by mistake. The FAA is not in favor of a transfer of the funds from
            GACRAA to the City as they would consider this revenue diversion. FAA also


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             must approve the easement language and wants the Airport to retain authority to
             mitigate potentially hazardous wildlife. SJRWMD in not in favor of such
             language. Staff has asked SJRWMD if there are opportunities to purchase land for
             conservation off-site. SJRWMD is investigating. Staff has approached the City
             about working together to mitigate off-site as well. Staff met with city officials
             and a representative of the SJRWMD on March 18th to discuss how the City and
             GACRAA can team to purchase land for our mutual benefit. The City would like
             to receive $118,000 previously agreed to by GACRAA to place a conservation
             easement on the Gum Root Park site. The City would either place an easement
             acceptable to the SJRWMD on another City property or leverage GACRAA funds
             with City and State funds to buy new property for conservation. Staff is in favor of
             pursuing this approach as it offers an economical alternative to meet the SJRWMD
             requirement and keeps the environmental benefits of additional conservation land
             within the City of Gainesville. Staff is expecting a letter from the City requesting
             GACRAA support.

            The GACRAA Board approved the City’s proposal dated March 26, 2008 to either
            place an easement on existing City conservation land or purchase new land and
            provide an easement acceptable to GACRAA and the SJRWMD in exchange for
            payment of $118,000. Staff is awaiting further direction from the City.


       9.   Edge Lights on T/W A
            The new Taxiway A lights are now fully operational. The project is substantially
            complete. The FAA has granted permission for the Airport to use any excess
            project funds on the ARFF building door and exhaust system modifications,
            installation of a dry chemical fire fighting system on the existing ARFF vehicles,
            as well as an update to the Airport Airfield signage plan as required by FAA. The
            vault emergency generator and automatic transfer switch have been tested and
            signed off. A preliminary walk through of the project was completed. All
            tower/vault fiber optic lines are installed and are operational. Employee training
            on the new vault has been completed. The megger test on the new cable has been
            received as required and the cable has passed inspection. Testing on the fiber optic
            cabling has been completed. Some minor fiber optic work remains to meet
            specifications. Installation of two (2) junction boxes to separate vault control and
            security gate fibers is being completed. Contractor must provide employee training
            on the fiber optic installation prior to project close-out. The Airport is awaiting as-
            built drawing from the contractor and the engineer. As built / installed quantities
            of fiber optic cable needs to be trued-up with the original bid quantities. A final
            change order based on actual installed quantities is being prepared. The contractor
            is formulating a request for additional contract time to address the additional fiber
            optic work and other change order items. His request will be evaluated by the
            engineer and staff. The contractor is responsible for an additional inspection fees
            due to evaluation of alternative emergency generator and automatic transfer switch
            installed and some fiber optic cable and devices that needed to be reinstalled
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             to a deduction of $12,000 to cover the additional inspection time, equipment and
             submittal review. The project is expected to come in below budget.

             Staff is awaiting a request for final closeout change order from the contractor.


       10.   Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU) Rebate
             A rebate check in the amount of $40,000 has been approved by GRU for the new
             terminal HVAC system and LED exit lighting.


       11.   Florida Food Service
             Florida Food Service plans to expand its facility in the Airport Industrial Park.
             City and GACRAA approvals have been obtained; modifications to the sale have
             been approved, requiring $50,000 be set aside from net proceeds to pay for
             potential environmental remediation. The closing took place on January 17, 2007.
             The City of Gainesville has drafted an Escrow Agreement to define the terms for
             holding the $50,000 in escrow. The Escrow Agreement was approved by
             GACRAA in May 2007, and holds the sum in escrow until 2011. The funds are
             currently in an interest bearing account. The construction at Florida Food Service
             is nearly complete and no contamination has been found. Staff expects the escrow
             may be released early.


       12.   Automated Flight Service Center
             Lockheed closed the GNV AFSS on July 30, 2007. Staff has contacted AFSS to
             confirm their intentions for the building. The current lease expires September 30,
             2008. FAA Airways Facilities management is considering vacating its current
             location across the road from UAC and occupying the AFSS building. Staff will
             prepare recommendations for future use of the building at market rate for
             presentation to the Facilities and Planning Committee.

             A representative from FAA’s real estate branch met with Airport staff on April 23,
             2008. FAA is proposing to rent approximately 4,353 sq. ft. of the 8,000 sq. ft.
             building for its Facilities branch.         A portion of this (restrooms, locker
             room/employee lounge) would be available for joint use. FAA Facilities would
             vacate its existing 1,947 sq. ft. building which it rents from GACRAA at the rate of
             $13.22 per sq. ft. FAA currently rents the AFSS building for $55,600 per year
             (approximately $6.95 per sq. ft.). All of the revenue for the facility is passed
             directly on to the City as the City financed the construction. GACRAA provides
             building maintenance, grounds keeping and custodial services under the lease for
             which it receives no compensation. Some of the building mechanical systems,
             especially HVAC rooftop units, are in need of replacement.

             Wall coverings within the building are in need of replacement. The FAA would
             like the airport to install a floor to ceiling security wall to segregate FAA functions
             from any other tenant areas. FAA would like to retain joint use of the facility


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             restrooms and employee lounge. Staff is obtaining estimates to construct the
             security wall. While FAA has need of only a portion of the building, they will
             consider renting the entire facility if there is sufficient incentive to do so.

             Staff is in the process of hiring a local real estate appraiser to prepare a market rent
             analysis of the AFSS building. The appraisal will assume that all required
             improvements have been completed and the building is ready for occupancy. The
             appraisal should be complete by the end of June.




       13.   Consolidated Rental Car Facility
             A $3.00 Customer Facility Charge (CFC) went into effect August 1, 2005. Initial
             conceptual design work has been completed. The project scope must be revised in
             order to fit within the original budget. A meeting with the local rental car
             representatives was held on April 20, 2007. Only the representative from Hertz
             attended. Staff has prepared a reduced facility to fit within the original scope of
             work. A drawing of the revised project site plan has been prepared by RS&H and
             has been circulated to the rental car companies for comment. Three companies
             have submitted comments so far and the concept plan will be revised as comments
             are received.


       14.   Expanded Rental Car Ready Lot
             A Rates and Charges study is underway that will help staff develop a strategy for
             constructing additional ready/return parking spaces.


       15.   Financial Policy
             A new Financial Policy is needed to describe the Authority’s financial strategy and
             accounting structure that is now in place.


       16.   Facility Solicitation / Evaluation / Leasing Policy
             A policy is needed to describe how the Authority intends to go about leasing
             facilities it owns, and when competitive processes will be employed. A draft
             policy has been developed for the Facilities and Planning Committee to consider.


       17.   ADS-B Installation
             Gainesville is one of five sites in Florida to receive new technology that will
             broadcast traffic information to aircraft. Installation of equipment was anticipated
             in 2004. An obstruction survey of the approaches has been completed. Several
             trees were identified for removal to minimize visibility minimums. The Airport
             located and marked the trees for eventual topping or removal. Some of the trees
             closest to the airport have been topped. Staff has requested an updated schedule for
             funding and installation of the approach from FAA. FAA has hired a firm to

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             perform ground and aerial obstruction surveys in preparation for the approach.
             The ground survey work began in February.


       18.   Fairground Property
             The County Commission has adopted Plan East Gainesville, which includes
             redevelopment of the existing fairgrounds into a Business/Commerce Park.
             County staff has recommended moving the fairgrounds to a site just north of the
             Airport Industrial Park. The County has purchased the aforementioned property.
             A deed restriction on the current fairground site has been moved to the new site
             and the County has petitioned the City to rezone the current site for business use.


       19.   Consolidated Communications Antennae, RFP # 05-005
             The tower has been constructed and landscaped as required in the lease agreement.
             According to TowerCom, contracts with two (2) cell phone providers, Alltel and
             Verizon, have be secured. The Airport has been approached by AT&T to provide
             an easement for telephone service lines to the tower and a proposal will be
             submitted to the Board at a later date. AT&T has submitted a request to install
             underground fiber optic lines to the site in hopes of providing telephone service to
             cell service providers. GRU/GRUCOM has already installed fiber optic to the site.
             Staff is examining AT&T’s request. The tower operator has not requested
             additional land line service.


       20.   Hatchet Creek Development
             On February 28, 2007, a developer held a Neighborhood Workshop to discuss a
             proposed Large-scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment on 498± acres near the
             Ironwood Golf Course. The proposed project will change the land use from Single
             Family Residential and Industrial to Planned Use District (PUD) to allow for
             mixed-use development including single-family residential units, multi-family
             residential units, commercial space, and office space. The eastern boundary of the
             site is approximately ½ mile from the end of Runway 11-29, the Airport’s primary
             runway. Staff has communicated to the City Manager and to City Commissioners
             the airport’s opposition to the proposed zoning change on land adjacent to airport
             property. The property in question is within the 65 ldn – 70 ldn noise contour, and
             residential zoning is not a compatible use for this land. City Planning staff has
             provided its recommendation, to approve with conditions, to the City Plan Board.
             The developer has re-submitted his application and proposes 1,500 age restricted
             dwelling units, 500 assisted living units, 100,000 square feet of office space and
             100,000 square feet of retail/commercial space. Staff believes the developer has
             agreed to provide noise insulation and aviation easements over the entire property.
             The developer is to provide copies of the easement language to GACRAA's
             attorney. The application went before the City Plan Board on September 20, 2007.
             The city arranged a conference call with FAA personnel at the Orlando Airports
             District office on September 5th to discuss FAA’s concerns and available options.
             FAA is not in favor of changes to existing Industrial zoning to Residential. City


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             Staff has recommended approval with conditions but does not recommend
             changing existing Industrial zoning or allowing residential construction within the
             City’s established 65 dnl zone. The City is encouraging GACRAA to update the
             airport noise contours as quickly as possible. GACRAA and the City will need to
             decide which contours are appropriate for update of the City’s Airport Hazard
             Ordinance and comprehensive noise plans. GACRAA has approved a task order
             with RS&H to update noise contours as the first phase of and FAA Part 150 Study
             is underway.

             The developer has proposed modifications to city staff conditions as requested.
             The City Commission agreed to consider his proposal at a special meeting on April
             16, 2008. The City Commission has asked GACRAA to provide any preliminary
             Noise Exposure Maps from its Part 150 Study at that time. Commissioner
             Donovan has also requested a briefing on current application of lower level noise
             contours, i.e. 55 or 60 dnl for land use zoning around airports and reports of noise
             effects and impacts at levels below 65 dnl. Forecast noise maps are not expected
             to be available by the time of the City Commission meeting. Board Chair Peter
             Johnson has explored the possibility of relocating the golf course to an east-west
             orientation below the R/W 11 final approach path to occupy more of the noise
             contour area. Chair Johnson has discussed the idea with the developer and
             members of the commission. Staff recommends the GACRAA Board discuss the
             idea and hear other possible alternatives and give clear direction to staff. Staff
             recommends that any proposal to reorient the golf course or other alternate plans
             be reviewed and approved by FAA with respect to GACRAA and City FAA grant
             assurances, and that the plan be agreed to by the developer and the plan be
             included in the list of conditions for PUD approval by the City Commission.

             The GACRAA Board voted at its March meeting to recommend to the City that no
             changes to the Airport Hazard Zone or approval of residential units therein should
             occur until Phase I of the Noise Study has been completed and GACRAA is able to
             make its own recommendation regarding changes to the City’s Airport Hazard
             Zoning ordinance.

             At the direction of the City Commission, the City of Attorney held a public
             meeting on May 7 2008 at 2:00 pm with the Developer, City planning staff and
             Airport staff and Chair, Peter Johnson. The purpose of the meeting was to identify
             areas within the industrial zone where residential development could occur and not
             adversely impact airport operations. Staff could not identify areas outside of the
             City’s current Airport Hazard Zone where residential development could be
             considered. Mr. Penksa believes that any change in the industrial zoning should be
             considered only in the context of an updated Airport Hazard Zoning Ordinance
             based on FAA approved Noise Exposure Maps (including forecasted maps) these
             maps are now being completed under Phase I lf the FAR Part 150) Study. The
             City Commission will again consider the Hatchet Creek proposal on June 9, 2008.


       21.   Part 150 Study (Phase 1)


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             The independent fee review has bee completed. The proposed task order is within
             10% of the independent fee review. The FAA’s Orlando ADO has included the
             project in its proposed 2008 program and issued concurrence with the award to
             RS&H. Notice to proceed was issued to the consultant on December 4. The
             project should take 120-150 days to complete. A kick-off meeting was held with
             the consultant on November 30th and various aircraft/airport operational data have
             been collected. The first meeting of the project Technical Advisory Committee
             (TAC) and Public Workshop for interested members of the public was held on
             January 24th. The draft aircraft operational forecast has been sent to FAA for
             review and approval. FAA is expected to complete their review by the end of
             March. The approved forecast will be input into the INM computer model to
             develop five (5) year and twenty (20) year forecast noise exposure maps at 55, 60,
             70 and 75 dnl levels.


       22.   City of Gainesville Fire Rescue Services
             The City of Gainesville, in anticipation of budget shortfalls due to the State
             Legislature’s actions regarding property taxes, has advised the Airport that it will
             increase the fee to staff the Airport’s Fire Station. The City intends to increase the
             fee by approximately $230 thousand dollars. Staff submitted a response to the
             City’s proposed increase on July 14th. Staff has met with the City Manager and
             Fire Chief to discuss various options for reducing cost. The airport and city staff
             agreed to try and negotiate costs and explore a change in staffing with the
             firefighter union. The City Commission approved a motion giving GACRAA one-
             year notice of termination of the agreement on October 1, 2007. The Authority
             will have the option of continuing the agreement for an additional five (5) months
             beyond October 1, 2008 at 100% cost reimbursement. The City Commission
             directed staff to work with GACRAA to negotiate a new agreement and explore
             cost reduction measures. Staff met with the Fire Chief on October 16th to begin
             discussions on possible cost cutting measures. Staff had a follow-up meeting with
             GFR on December 7th. GFR presented a general plan that addresses most of staff’s
             concerns and would result in a significant reduction over the City’s proposed
             FY2009 rate. GFR is also receptive to taking on some additional airport operations
             duties to add value to the contract. Staff will update GACRAA of the GFR
             proposal and recommends moving forward to formalize a contract for
             consideration in January 2008. A summary of the contract terms has been
             provided. The Gainesville City Commission approved the contract terms at its
             January 28th meeting. The new agreement is being drafted by the City for final
             review and execution by GACRAA. The agreement for police services is also up
             for renewal. No major changes are expected. Staff has requested the city draft an
             agreement for both services for review. Staff is currently reviewing the proposed
             agreement for consideration at the June meeting.


       23.   GACRAA Email




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             A project to implement the Board’s request to provide public access to GACRAA
             members’ email on the Airport’s website is completed. E-mail to Board members
             can be viewed on the website.


       24.   Taxiway B Rehabilitation – Project 08-003
             The airport has previously applied for funds to rehabilitate Taxiway B pavement
             and lighting. The project is included in the airport’s Joint Airport Capital
             Improvement Program (JACIP) Staff recently learned that funding for the project
             may be awarded in FY 2008 if an FAA reauthorization bill is approved. An RFP
             for consultant selection has been prepared and advertised. The project must be
             designed and bid by July 2008 in order to meet FAA requirements to be under
             grant by September 2008. Consultant proposals are expected by December 20,
             2007. In order to meet the demanding FAA schedule, a consultant agreement must
             be signed and Notice to Proceed issued by mid to late January. Airport staff
             recommends arranging for some of the initial geotechnical investigation and
             perhaps survey work prior to consultant selection in order to meet this tight
             schedule. The project will include rehabilitation of the existing pavement and
             replacement of the taxiway edge lighting and two signs. The preferred lighting
             system will utilize lightning resistant cable (as available) in conduit and utilize
             LED light fixtures. Lighting work may be bid as an alternate in order to stay
             within budget. Various paving options will be considered, however, time is of the
             essence in completing a design that will fit within the FAA grant budget. During
             the initial survey and Geotech work, it was noted that the existing taxiway is
             48’wide; this does not meet any current FAA design standard. FAA must approve
             repaving of the taxiway at the existing width. FAA may require that the width be
             increase by 2’ to meet current Aircraft Group III standard or be reduced in width to
             35’ to meet design Group II standards. GACRAA may need to show sufficient
             large aircraft operations to justify paving at a width greater than 35’. Cost
             estimates for the various paving widths are being developed for consideration by
             FAA. The FAA’s Airport Improvement Program has only been funded through
             June 30th. FAA is now requiring bids be received and grant offers accepted before
             June 30, 2008. This will put even tighter time constraints on the design and bid
             process. Also, it is expected that only 75% of the original grant amount can be
             committed to by FAA this fiscal year unless further action is taken by Congress.
             Staff presented an estimate to FAA prepared by our consultant showing that
             reducing the taxiway to 35’ width would not result in significant savings. FAA has
             agreed to repave the taxiway at the existing 48’. FAA has indicated verbally on
             March 19th that $1.65 million in discretionary grant funding would be made
             available for the project. This sum is expected to be sufficient to complete the
             work with the appropriate state (2.5%) and GACRAA (2.5%) match. The project
             was advertised locally on April 20, 2008. The project pre-bid meeting is scheduled
             for April 30, 2008. Bid opening is scheduled for May 20, 2008. The project bid
             application must be submitted to FAA by June 2, 2008.


       25.   Solar Panel Project


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             At its meeting on April 21, 2005, the Board heard a presentation from
             representatives of Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU) regarding the installation
             of a solar energy collector system on the roof of the airline terminal building as a
             demonstration project. The GRU representative indicated that there would be no
             cost incurred by GACRAA for the installation of the solar panels. At the time,
             Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc., the firm that designed the Terminal Renovation that
             is currently underway, was approached by GRU and the RS&H architectural staff
             provided a solution by incorporating the solar panels as part of the design of the
             roof of the building. The GACRAA Board voted to support the proposed GRU
             Solar Project at the airport.

             At its meeting on September 26, 2007, former Gainesville Mayor Thomas Bussing
             presented a proposal to install photovoltaic solar panels on the roof of the airline
             passenger terminal. Mr. Bussing reported that Gainesville Regional Utilities
             (GRU) is in possession of an array of solar panels that are compatible for use on
             the roof of the terminal. He reported that he has contacted GRU and the utility is
             interested in pursuing the project with the approval of GACRAA. Mr. Bussing
             stated that there should be no cost to GACRAA for the installation of the solar
             panels. The GACRAA Board voted to support the proposed project and directed
             staff to communicate the Board’s support to GRU and the City Commission.

             At its meeting on October 25, 2007, the Board learned that GRU was not as
             anxious to pursue the project as previously thought. In a reply to the Board, GRU
             General Manager Karen Johnson stated that the cost to the airport to install the
             solar panels could be in the range of $25,000 to $45,000. The GACRAA Board
             voted to direct staff to continue to work with GRU to develop a maximum budget
             of $45,000 and to provide more information on installation of the solar project on
             the roof of the airline terminal.

             Staff met with several representatives of GRU to discuss solar project options on
             February 20, 2008. While GRU is not interested in installing their own array on
             the terminal roof at this time, representatives did offer information on current
             rebates and incentives available from GRU and the State of Florida. GRU suggests
             a 25 KW array be installed as this will maximize the available incentives. GRU
             offers rebates of $1.50 per watt. The state has a grant program which will pay as
             much as $4.00 per watt up to a maximum of $100,000. A 25 KW array will
             maximize the state contribution. State funds for FY07-08 are currently obligated.
             Grant funds for FY08-09 are available on a first come, first served basis. State
             funds are not guaranteed and cannot be applied for until the system has been
             installed. Therefore, there is some risk to GACRAA. Federal incentives are in the
             form of a 30% tax credit and would only apply if GACRAA contracts with a
             private third party to own and operate the solar panel array. Current costs for
             photovoltaic installations average $8-$9 per watt. Cost to GACRAA for a 25 KW
             installation, after incentives, could be as low as $62,500. Staff will further explore
             options and financial payback.




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       26.   City Stormwater Assessments
             In response to Mr. McEachern’s request, staff has compiled the Stormwater Survey
             shown on the next page; information will be added.


       27.   Food / Beverage / News & Gift Concession – RFP 08-004
             RFP 08-004 for a Food / Beverage / News & Gift Concession was advertised
             locally on May 18, 2008. A mandatory pre-proposal meeting is scheduled to take
             place on June 4, 2008. The meeting will include a tour of the areas available for
             use by the concessionaire. Proposals are due on July 7, 2008. Staff plans to make
             a selection recommendation to the Board at its July meeting. (See next page for a
             summary of RFP 08-004.)




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                                            SUMMARY
                                   REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 08-004
                            FOOD, BEVERAGE, NEWS AND GIFT CONCESSION

Purpose:
RFP 08-004 is an invitation for the submission of proposals for the non-exclusive right to lease, develop, and
operate a food and beverage concession at the Gainesville Regional Airport. The goals of the concessions
program are to:
       Provide first-class service and a broad variety of food and beverages at reasonable prices to travelers
       and Airport users;
       Provide innovative facility design, branding and themes;
       Provide business opportunities for disadvantaged business enterprises;
       Maximize sales and Airport revenues;
       Achieve consistent and continuous high food quality to passengers during all periods the terminal is in
       operation.


Proposal and Award Schedule:
        Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting                June 4, 2008           10:00 a.m.
        Proposal Deadline                             July 7, 2008            4:00 p.m.
        Review and Evaluation                         July 8 – 22, 2008
        Staff Recommendation to Board                 July 24, 2008          TENTATIVE



Term:
        The initial term of the Lease Agreement is 5 years.
        The Proposer shall have the option to extend for five additional 1-year terms, years 9 and 10 at the
        discretion of the Authority
        Rents and charges will commence upon execution of lease agreement.

Proposal Bond:
        Selected Proposer has 30 days to execute lease agreement. Failure to execute within 30 days
        results in forfeiture of proposal bond. CEO may extend lease execution deadline if warranted.
        Proposal Bond is $2,000

Leased Premises:
        The Successful Proposer will be expected to lease the partially finished Concession Area, which
        includes the customer service counter and all areas behind the counter provided for food preparation
        and storage. The successful proposer will also have the right to serve food from a self-contained
        portable kiosk or food service cart to be located in the secure passenger lounge (TSA sterile area).
        The amount of space and location shall be at the discretion of the Authority. The Successful Proposer
        shall have access to one 110v outlet sufficient for Proposer’s cash register and credit card transaction
        machine. Access to and use of additional utilities are at the discretion of the Authority and any need for
        additional utility service should be noted in the Proposal. The cost for additional utility connections will
        be the responsibility of the Successful Proposer.

        The concession area includes a high quality counter shell of approximately 5,200 linear feet. The
        counter shell is equipped with a pull down security grill so that the vendor side of the concession area
        can be secured whenever the concession operation is closed or unattended.
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      The leased concession area will have a bare concrete floor behind the customer service counter. The
      Selected Proposer will be responsible for any floor coverings or treatments.

      The leased concession area will have a finished drywall soffit above the customer service counter
      complete with recessed lighting. The ceiling within the concession area will be a lay-in grid type with
      “food safe” ceiling tiles and recessed fluorescent lighting provided by the Authority. The Selected
      Proposer will be responsible for any additional lighting improvements, i.e. Theme/ambiance lighting or
      additional task lighting in preparation areas.

      The leased concession area is equipped with “floor sinks” (floor drains) in strategic locations to facilitate
      the installation of stainless steel wash and prep sinks. Rough in water supply lines as shown in the
      Attachments shall be provided by the Authority. Additional water supply lines required to accommodate
      Proposer’s equipment will be furnished and installed by the Selected Proposer.

      The Authority shall install a minimum 200 amp electric distribution panel to serve the area. Should the
      Successful Proposer’s operation require additional electrical capacity beyond 200 amps, the cost for
      upgrading the electrical capacity shall be at the expense of the Selected Proposer. The Selected
      Proposer shall coordinate with the Authority prior to final installation of the electric distribution panel.
      The Selected Proposer shall be responsible to run all electrical conduits and install electrical devices
      required to service Proposer’s equipment.

      The Authority is installing a 96 inch wide by 42 inch deep by 30 inch high hood system complete with
      an Amerex Brand fire protection system to accommodate installation of electric grills/fryers/oven or
      other cooking appliances. The Selected Proposer shall be responsible to furnish and install all such
      cooking equipment and appliances and to make any required modifications of the hood system to
      accommodate said equipment at Proposer’s expense.

      The Authority has installed a 1050 gallon grease interceptor in the sanitary sewer connection to the
      concession area. The Selected Proposer shall be responsible to service the unit as required to keep
      the Authority’s sewer lines free of grease and contaminants, as determined by the Authority, but no less
      than twice per year.

      Proposer shall be responsible to furnish and install all counter seating/bar stools, sinks, food
      preparation counters, dishwashers, cooking appliances, utensils, cookery, cash registers, menu boards,
      signage,    ambiance/design      lighting,  additional   task     lighting,  construction   of   style
      elements/improvements, and all other equipment, furnishings and fixtures necessary for Proposer’s
      food and beverage service operations. All work shall be permitted as required and accomplished in
      accordance with local and state building codes as applicable.



Compensation to Authority:
      In consideration of the rights and privileges to be granted to the Selected Proposer by the Authority,
      the Selected Proposer will pay to the Authority during each year of the Term of the Concession
      Agreement, a sum equal to the greater of the proposed Minimum Annual Guaranteed rent, “MAG” for
      such year or the Percentage Fee to equal the proposed Percentage Fee Rate(s) multiplied by
      applicable gross sales for such year.

      The Authority will require a minimum Percentage Fee Rate of five percent (5%) of Gross Sales
      for this contract. Proposers are to complete Form 9 showing the proposed MAG and
      Concession Fee for each year of the contract. Weighting of selection criteria, including
      proposed revenue to the Authority is shown in Section II, item J-8.


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Evaluation Criteria:
       All proposals will be reviewed and evaluated by an evaluation committee; the committee will provide its
       recommendation(s) to the Authority for award of the subject concession packages. The following
       criteria will be considered in the valuation of proposals:

       1. Experience and Qualifications of Proposer or Proposer Team
             Number of years of experience with concepts and functions similar to those being proposed
             Professional references
             Quality of existing facilities operated by Proposer as determined by a review of photographs and
             other materials submitted by Proposer and possible site visits.

       2. Food and Beverage Concept and Theme Development
             Quality and variety of menu offerings
             Design theme – Innovation and creativity in execution of overall theme (visual presentation of
             concepts, uniforms, product branding and presentation.
             Quality and innovation of graphics

       3. Design and Quality of Owner Funded Improvements
             Creative and innovative design
             Design themes and quality of finishes

       4. Management, Operations and Marketing Plan
            Level of management staff and its experience
            Compliance with Authority’s strict value pricing objectives
            Staffing and customer service programs, philosophies and training
            Methods for monitoring customer service
            Operations plan, including delivery and stocking of products and materials.
            Plans for efficient maintenance and repairs of equipment
            Employee identification and uniforms
            Frequency and quality of marketing efforts
            Employee Drug Free Workplace Policies

       5. Financial Considerations
             Financial return to the Authority. Statement of Minimum Annual Guaranty and percentage of
             gross to be paid to the Authority.

       6. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation (DBE) (Pass / Fail)
             As further described in Section II of this RFP, Respondents must submit a DBE Plan that (1)
             provides participation by certified DBEs in the offered concession equal to at least 10.0% of the
             Minimum Annual Guarantee paid to the Authority or 5% of the expected annual gross revenues,
             whichever is greater or; (2) demonstrates good faith efforts by Respondent to achieve the DBE
             participation goals. Failure to demonstrate good faith efforts to meet the goal may constitute
             grounds for the Authority to determine that the proposal is not responsive to this RFP and the
             Proposer is not eligible for contract award under this RFP.

              DBE’s identified in a proposal must be certified in accordance with State of Florida regulations
              as of the Proposal Due Date to meet the DBE participation goals set forth for this RFP.

       7. Completeness and Comprehensiveness of Proposal (Pass/Fail)
            This criterion assesses whether the Proposer through its proposal and possible interview has
            provided adequate information for the Committee to evaluate the proposal.

              Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria and weighting.
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       8. Evaluation Criteria Weighting
          Criteria                                                               Weight

          Experience and Qualifications of Proposer Team                          25%

          Concept and Theme Development                                           20%

          Design and Quality of Improvements                                      15%

          Management, Operations and Marketing Plan                               25%

          Financial Considerations                                                15%

          Total                                                                  100%

          DBE Participation                                                   Pass/Fail

          Completeness of Proposal                                            Pass/Fail


Special Considerations
      PARKING: The Authority has a paid parking lot (short-term and long-term) directly south of the
      commercial terminal. Proposer’s vendors and guests shall park in the paid parking lots under the rules
      established for those facilities. Currently, the first 30 minutes of parking is granted free of charge. The
      Authority is interested in maximizing the business potential of the concessionaire with the goal of
      improving the products and services available to air passengers. In order to achieve this, the Authority
      will allow free parking for Proposer’s patrons for no longer than two hours, on a space available basis,
      as determined by the Authority. The rules for use of the airport parking facility will be as determined by
      the Authority and may be modified, eliminated or suspended at the pleasure of the Authority.

       VALUE PRICING: The price for food and beverage items sold by the Selected Proposer must be
       priced no higher than the average price plus 10% for the same merchandise found in comparable off-
       Airport locations (excluding special promotional items) within the Gainesville Metropolitan Area.
       Comparable locations will be determined by the Authority, in consultation with the Selected Proposer,
       and may change throughout the Term of the Concession Agreement as determined necessary by the
       Authority. All menu item comparisons are to be similar or “like” in size, quantity, and quality. All
       branded or franchised food and beverage concepts should be compared to other identical brand stores
       or locations (e.g., Burger King compared to Burger King, Sbarro compared to Sbarro, etc.)

       HOURS OF OPERATION: The Authority would prefer the Selected Proposer to open the concession
       every day during such hours as stated in its proposal and agreed to in writing by the Authority. Ideally,
       Food & beverage facilities should be open at least 45 minutes before the first scheduled flight through
       20 minutes after the last scheduled arrival flight. Proposers should accommodate passengers from
       flights that are delayed. Proposers should include the proposed operating hours in their proposal.
       Actual operating hours will be agreed to in-writing by the parties. Proposer shall comply with operating
       hours required in the concession agreement or alternate hours as approved in writing by the Airport
       CEO.




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                                                Gainesville Regional Airport
                                                 Air Traffic Volume and Fuel Flowage
                                              For the Seven Months Ending April 30, 2008

                                                                    % Change                                         % Change
                              Actual                 Prior            Over             F-YTD            F-YTD          Over
                             04/30/08              04/30/07           Prior           04/30/08         04/30/07        Prior


Air Traffic Volume Report
Passengers
Regional Carriers
   Deplaned                       12,360                 12,865       (3.93%)                82,283         87,114     (5.55%)
   Enplaned                       12,508                 13,426       (6.84%)                82,152         86,536     (5.07%)
      Totals                      24,868                 26,291       (5.41%)               164,435        173,650     (5.31%)

Non-Scheduled (Charter)
  Deplaned                              172                   175     (1.71%)                 1,565          4,824    (67.56%)
  Enplaned                              172                    59    191.53%                  1,497          4,711    (68.22%)
      Totals                            344                   234     47.01%                  3,062          9,535    (67.89%)

Totals (All-Types)
   Deplaned                       12,532                 13,040       (3.90%)                83,848         91,938     (8.80%)
   Enplaned                       12,680                 13,485       (5.97%)                83,649         91,247     (8.33%)
      Totals                      25,212                 26,525       (4.95%)               167,497        183,185     (8.56%)


Cargo
Air Freight
    Deplaned                      56,962                 59,293       (3.93%)               389,682        445,518    (12.53%)
    Enplaned                       9,509                  4,568      108.17%                 44,107        112,924    (60.94%)
      Totals                      66,471                 63,861        4.09%                433,789        558,442    (22.32%)


Air Express
    Deplaned                              0                   980   (100.00%)                     0          6,036   (100.00%)
    Enplaned                              0                     0      0.00%                      0            335   (100.00%)
      Totals                              0                   980   (100.00%)                     0          6,371   (100.00%)

Total Cargo                       66,471                 64,841        2.51%                433,789        564,813    (23.20%)

Tower Operations (Numbers)
 Air Carrier (60+Seats)              154                    218      (29.36%)                 1,211          1,144      5.86%
 Commuter/Taxi(Under                 893                    847        5.43%                  6,422          5,928      8.33%
 Cargo Carrier                        36                     33        9.09%                    248            249     (0.40%)
 Gen. Aviation                     5,536                  6,199      (10.70%)                37,133         41,250     (9.98%)
 Military                            737                    889      (17.10%)                 3,700          6,281    (41.09%)
      Totals                       7,356                  8,186      (10.14%)                48,714         54,852    (11.19%)

Fuel Flowage Report (Gallons)
General Aviation
  Jet A                           98,240                132,545      (25.88%)               658,067        670,147     (1.80%)
  AvGas                           19,566                 25,641      (23.69%)               138,480        168,006    (17.57%)
Total General Aviation           117,806                158,186      (25.53%)               796,547        838,153     (4.96%)

Airlines Jet A                   129,478                119,769        8.11%                917,670        886,808      3.48%

Military Jet A                    24,857                 41,181      (39.64%)               132,127        151,932    (13.04%)
Total Fuel Flowage               272,141                319,136      (14.73%)              1,846,344     1,876,893     (1.63%)




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                                                                                                                                                                 April 2008
                                                                                                                    35,000


                                                                                                                    30,000


                                                                                                                    25,000


                                                                                                                    20,000


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                                                                                                                        0       Jan      Feb      Mar      Apr      May      Jun      Jul      Aug      Sep      Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                                                                        2007   27,503   22,443   28,908   26,525   27,479   25,218   24,474   24,371   20,866   24,817   24,745   21,595
                                                                                                                        2008   21,453   23,033   26,601   25,212




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                                                                                                                                                                                                   Including Charters
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                                                                                                                                                    12,000


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                                                                                                                                                              Jan      Feb      Mar      Apr       May      Jun      Jul      Aug      Sep      Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                                                                                                      2007   12,766   11,118   14,306   13,485    13,874   12,766   12,067   11,616   11,072   12,421   12,312   10,907
                                                                                                                                                      2008   10,496   11,377   13,385   12,680




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                                                                                             Number of Enplaned Passengers Excluding Charters
                                                                                                                                                          Jan      Feb      Mar      Apr       May      Jun      Jul      Aug      Sep      Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                                                                                                  2007   9,753    10,666   13,833   13,426    13,653   12,614   11,955   11,591   10,420   12,409   12,057   10,830
                                                                                                                                                  2008   10,154   10,960   13,234   12,508




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                                 Gainesville Regional Airport
                         Scheduled Commercial Passenger Traffic Load Factors
                             For the Seven Months Ending April 30, 2008

                                                          Total          F-YTD             F-YTD
                                          Total            Load           Total             Load
                                       Passengers         Factor       Passengers          Factor

Airlines:
Atlantic Southeast Airlines: (Delta Connection)
Load Potential                                10,294.00    100.0%              68,274.00    100.0%
Arriving                                      7,433.00      72.2%              46,808.00     68.6%
Departing                                     7,648.00      74.3%              47,195.00     69.1%
Total Passengers for the Month               15,081.00      73.3%              94,003.00     68.8%

Mesa Airlines: (US Airways Express)
Load Potential                                5,750.00     100.0%              41,450.00    100.0%
Arriving                                      4,413.00      76.7%              30,044.00     72.5%
Departing                                     4,283.00      74.5%              29,222.00     70.5%
Total Passengers for the Month                8,696.00      75.6%              59,266.00     71.5%

Gulfstream/Continental Connection:
Load Potential                                1,406.00     100.0%              11,666.00    100.0%
Arriving                                        514.00      36.6%               5,431.00     46.6%
Departing                                       577.00      41.0%               5,735.00     49.2%
Total Passengers for the Month                1,091.00      38.8%              11,166.00     47.9%

Totals for All Airlines
Load Potential - Enplaned                   17,450.00       50.0%          121,390.00        50.0%
Load Potential - Deplaned                   17,450.00       50.0%          121,390.00        50.0%
Load Potential - Total                      34,900.00      100.0%          242,780.00       100.0%
Total Passengers                            24,868.00       71.3%          164,435.00        67.7%


Gulfstream/Continental Connection - Tampa Route
Load Potential - Total E&D                  494.00         100.0%               3,420.00    100.0%
Enplaned - Departing                            161.00      32.6%               1,836.00     53.7%
Deplaned - Arriving                             112.00      22.7%               1,393.00     40.7%
Total Passengers for the Month                  273.00      27.6%               3,229.00     47.2%

Gulfstream/Continental Connection - Miami Route
Load Potential - Total E&D                   912.00        100.0%               8,246.00    100.0%
Enplaned - Departing                            416.00      45.6%               3,899.00     47.3%
Deplaned - Arriving                             402.00      44.1%               4,038.00     49.0%
Total Passengers for the Month                  818.00      44.8%               7,937.00     48.1%




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AIRPORT BUSINESS




 2. Finance Report
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    An update on the GACRAA budget and a comparison with actual revenue and
    expenditures as of April 30, 2008 will be provided.


    Recommendation: Listen to the report and give any applicable comment.




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AIRPORT BUSINESS



   3. FAA Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Grant No. 3-012-0028-24-2008
      – Resolution 08-018
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                                  RESOLUTION NO. 08-018
                                  EFFECTIVE MAY 22, 2008


   RESOLUTION ACCEPTING GRANT OFFER FROM DEPARTMENT OF
   TRANSPORTATION,    FEDERAL    AVIATION   ADMINISTRATION    AND
   AUTHORIZING EXECUTION BY THE APPROPRIATE OFFICIALS ON BEHALF OF
   THE GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY

        WHEREAS, On April 4, 2008, the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority
submitted a Project Application to the Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation
Administration of the United States of America, for Phase 2B renovation and rehabilitation of a
portion of the passenger terminal building (construction only) at the Gainesville Regional Airport;
and

         WHEREAS, the said Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has submitted a Grant
Agreement which constitutes an Offer to the City of Gainesville and the Gainesville-Alachua
County Regional Airport Authority to be executed by the appropriate officials which, when so
accepted, will constitute a Grant Agreement by which the United States Government will participate
in the allowable costs of the project with the Federal Share to be $1,250,950; and,

        WHEREAS, for the purpose of receiving Federal Grant funds, the FAA requires that the
City of Gainesville and the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority both approve
the Offer and the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority hereby requests that the
City of Gainesville approve said Offer;

       NOW, THEREFORE,

     BE RESOLVED BY THE GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL
AIRPORT AUTHORITY, as follows:

        Section 1. That the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority shall enter into
a Grant Agreement for the purpose of obtaining Federal aid in Phase 2B of the renovation and
rehabilitation of the Gainesville Regional Airport passenger terminal building (construction only)
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Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority in accordance with Chapter 2006-363,
Laws of Florida, and that such Grant Agreement shall be hereby made a part hereof.

        Section 2. The Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority does hereby ratify
and adopt all statements, representations, warranties, covenants, and agreements contained in said
Offer, and by such acceptance agrees to abide by all of the terms and conditions of the Grant
Agreement.


       Section 3. That the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority hereby
authorizes Allan J. Penksa, Chief Executive Officer, to accept the Grant Agreement offer from the
USDOT and to fully execute and sign such documents as may be necessary.

       EFFECTIVE this 22nd day of May, 2008.

       (SEAL)

                                           _______________________
                                           Peter L. Johnson
                                           Chair



                                           WITNESS:


                                           _______________________
                                           James L. Stringfellow, Sr.
                                           Secretary/Treasurer




                                           APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY




                                           BY: ____________________________________
                                           Donald W. Stanley
                                           Attorney for the Authority




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                                              ACCEPTANCE (CITY)

The Sponsor agrees to accomplish the project in compliance with the terms and conditions contained herein and
in the document “Terms and Conditions of Accepting Airport Improvement Program Grants” dated March 29,
2005.


Executed this ____ day of ________, 20____          _______________________________________________
(Seal)                                              Name of Sponsor


____________________________________                _______________________________________________
Attest                                               Signature of Sponsor’s Designated Official Representative


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Title                                                Title


                                  CERTIFICATE OF SPONSOR’S ATTORNEY


I, ___________________________________________________. Acting as Attorney for the Sponsor do hereby
certify:

That in my opinion the Sponsor is empowered to enter into the foregoing Grant Agreement under the laws of
State of Florida. Further, I have examined the foregoing Grant Agreement, and the actions taken by said Sponsor
relating thereto, and find that the acceptance thereof by said Sponsor and Sponsor’s official representative has
been duly authorized and that the execution thereof is in all respects due and proper and in accordance with the
laws of the said State and the applicable provisions of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as amended, codified at
Title 49 of the United States Code. In addition, for grants involving projects to be carried out on property not
owned by the Sponsor, there are not legal impediments that will prevent full performance by the Sponsor.
Further, it is my opinion that the said Grant Agreement constitutes a legal and binding obligation of the Sponsor in
accordance with the terms thereof.


___________________________________________________                     ______________________
Signature of Sponsor’s Attorney                                         Date




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   4. Taxiway B Rehabilitation and Lighting Project Contract Award –
      Resolution 08-019
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                                  RESOLUTION NO. 08-019
                                  EFFECTIVE MAY 22, 2008


   A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A GRANT AGREEMENT
   WITH THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION AND A CONSTRUCTION
   CONTRACT WITH JOHN C. HIPP CONSTRUCTION, FOR THE REHABILITATION
   OF TAXIWAY B AT GAINESVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT.

        WHEREAS, the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority has a need to
rehabilitate Taxiway B at Gainesville Regional Airport; and

       WHEREAS, GACRAA’S project consultant, URS Corporation with input received from
the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority and staff, designed and specified work
requirements for the rehabilitation of Taxiway B including demolition and removal of asphalt
pavement, selective variable depth asphalt pavement milling, grading of existing and new limerock
base course, P-401 bituminous asphalt paving, taxiway light and cabling installation, a new constant
current regulator, airfield electrical vault work, replacement of failed drainage pipe, sodding and
seeding, painting taxiway pavement markings, and other miscellaneous items; and

        WHEREAS, GACRAA has publicly advertised for project bids and URS Corporation has
distributed bid documents, including plans and specifications to interested contractors; and

       WHEREAS, Bids were publicly opened beginning at 3:00 pm on May 20, 2008; and

        WHEREAS, said bids were examined and evaluated by URS Corporation and GACRAA
staff and the aforementioned recommend GACRAA award the project to the lowest responsive
bidder, John C. Hipp Construction for work contained in bid schedules A, D and E of the project bid
documents and further recommend that GACRAA award the additional work included in bid
schedules B and C to the lowest responsive bidder, John C. Hipp Construction Equipment
Company, dependent upon GACRAA receiving approval for additional funds from the FAA; and

        WHEREAS, A Grant Application will be submitted to FAA for funding up to 95% of the
eligible project costs; and whereas the FAA has tentatively indicated that GACRAA can expect
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budget of $1,736,842.00. This amount being deemed sufficient to complete the work in bid
schedules A, D and E, inclusive of all professional fees and administrative cost; and

        WHEREAS, for the purpose of receiving Federal Grant funds, the FAA requires that the
City of Gainesville and the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority both approve
the Offer and the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority hereby requests that the
City of Gainesville approve said Offer;

        WHEREAS, for the purpose of receiving Federal Grant funds, the FAA requires that the
City of Gainesville and the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority both approve
the Offer and the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority hereby requests that the
City of Gainesville approve said Offer;

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA
COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY, as follows:

       Section 1. That the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority does hereby
award Taxiway B Rehabilitation work contained in bid schedules A, D and E of the project bid
documents to John C. Hipp Construction Equipment Company and does also award to John C. Hipp
Construction Equipment Company the work contained in bid schedules B and C, contingent upon
GACRAA receiving the necessary additional funds from the Federal Aviation Administration. The
above awards are made contingent upon GACRAA’s ability to secure federal funds from the FAA
for 95% of the eligible project.

        Section 2. That Allan J. Penksa, Chief Executive Officer is hereby directed to submit a
grant application to the FAA for reimbursement of 95% of all FAA eligible project expenses and to
the FDOT for 2.5% of all eligible project expenses and; that upon receiving grant offers from FAA
and FDOT, Mr. Penksa is hereby authorized to execute said grant agreements on behalf of
GACRAA, subject to review and approval by GACRAA’s legal counsel.

         Section 3. That Allan J. Penksa, Chief Executive Officer, is hereby authorized and directed
to execute a construction contract with the John C. Hipp Construction, within the limits of the
construction budget of the Taxiway B Rehabilitation project, contingent upon FAA, FDOT, and
legal counsel review and concurrence and to execute any necessary contract change orders, the sum
total of which shall not exceed 15% of the original contract amount, subject to FAA concurrence.

        Section 4. GACRAA does hereby authorize use of GACRAA funds covering up to 5% of all
project costs, including change orders for completion of the project. Said funds are anticipated to
come from future PFC collections, subject to FAA approval, or from GACRAA general funds.




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    EFFECTIVE this 22nd day of May, 2008.


                                       GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY
                                       REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY


                                       _______________________
                                       Peter L. Johnson
                                       Chair


                                       ATTEST:


                                       ________________________
                                       James L. Stringfellow, Sr.
                                       Secretary / Treasurer


                                       APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY



                                       BY: _____________________
                                       Donald W. Stanley, Jr.
                                       Attorney for the Authority




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12007874

May 21, 2008

Mr. Allan J. Penksa
Chief Executive Officer
Gainesville Regional Airport
3880 NE 39th Avenue, Suite A
Gainesville, Florida 32609

Reference:  GACRAA PROJECT NO. 08-003
            TAXIWAY B REHABILITATION AND LIGHTING
            FAA AIP PROJECT NO. 03-12-0028-005-2008
            GAINESVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT
Dear Mr. Penksa:

We have received and reviewed the Bids that were publicly opened and read aloud on May 20, 2008
for the referenced project. The following is a list of Bidders and the amount bid by each:

               FIRM                              BID AMOUNT

John C. Hipp Construction Equipment Company      $806,036.33          Schedule A
                                                 $251,431.23          Schedule B
                                                 $ 89,161.38          Schedule C
                                                 $228,389.03          Schedule D
                                                 $204,876.74          Schedule E
                                                 $ 95,577.48          Alt. Schedule B
                                                 $ 50,171.45          Alt. Schedule C
                                                 $367,057.15          Add.Alt. Schedule E

Anderson Columbia Co., Inc.                      $957,353.00          Schedule A
                                                 $353,018.65          Schedule B
                                                 $119,303.92          Schedule C
                                                 $226,878.62          Schedule D
                                                 $119,577.56          Schedule E
                                                 $ 99,707.06          Alt. Schedule B
                                                 $ 47,922.81          Alt. Schedule C
                                                 $259,550.03          Add.Alt. Schedule E

APAC-Southeast, Inc.                             $952,588.92          Schedule A
                                                 $286,537.79          Schedule B
                                                 $113,782.79          Schedule C
                                                 $285,336.79          Schedule D
                                                 $227,525.76          Schedule E
                                                 $110,912.04          Alt. Schedule B
                                                 $ 46,755.57          Alt. Schedule C
                                                 $305,306.29          Add.Alt. Schedule E


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Engineer’s Estimate                                 $942,715.00            Schedule A
                                                    $351,945.00            Schedule B
                                                    $ 96,531.00            Schedule C
                                                    $307,835.00            Schedule D
                                                    $112,365.00            Schedule E
                                                    $126,198.00            Alt. Schedule B
                                                    $ 49,198.00            Alt. Schedule C
                                                    $215,715.00            Add.Alt. Schedule E

The lowest responsive bid for the combination of Schedules A, D, and E is nine percent (9%) lower
than the Engineer’s Estimate.

Bids received from two of the bidders contained minor mathematical errors which do not affect the
outcome of the bidding. These errors have been corrected in accordance with the Contract
Documents and notations have been added on the attached bid tabulation.

The bids received from John C. Hipp and Anderson Columbia were both missing non-material
informational bid forms when the bids were opened. Both bidders provided the necessary forms
today. We recommend that the missing forms be considered a minor irregularity and the matter be
waived since the bidders did not gain a material advantage.

We have evaluated the qualifications of John C. Hipp Construction Equipment Company and, in our
opinion, we believe that John C. Hipp Construction Equipment Company is qualified to perform the
Work. We unconditionally recommend that John C. Hipp Construction Equipment Company be
awarded the contract for Bid Schedules A, D, and E of the Taxiway B Rehabilitation and Lighting
project at Gainesville Regional Airport. If funding allows, we recommend that John C. Hipp
Construction Equipment Company also be awarded the contract for Bid Schedules B and C.

Enclosed for your file is a copy of the “Bid Tabulation” of the bids received.

Sincerely,

URS CORPORATION




William R. Prange, P.E.

Enclosure
xc: Steve Henriquez, Dennis Combs, Dave Schmidgall, file/URS




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AIRPORT BUSINESS



  5. Brittany Estates – Land Use Change from Industrial to Medium Density
     Residential
    ________________________________________________________________________

    Staff has written to the Alachua County Planning and Development
    Department to express concerns about the proposed rezoning of Industrial use
    land in Brittany Estates to medium density residential. Brittany Estates is
    located on Waldo Road; the entrance is opposite the Airport Industrial Park.


    Recommendation: Listen to the report and give any applicable comment;
    motion to approve staff’s recommendation.




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AIRPORT BUSINESS



   6. Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc. Task Order # 12 Supplement # 5–
      Resolution 08-020
       ________________________________________________________________________


                                  RESOLUTION NO. 08-020
                                  EFFECTIVE MAY 22, 2008


   RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF SUPPLEMENT # 5 TO TASK
   ORDER # 12 WITH REYNOLDS, SMITH & HILLS, INC. FOR BIDDING, REDESIGN,
   REBIDDING AND CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION PHASE SERVICES OF
   AIRLINE PASSENGER TERMINAL RENOVATION – PHASE 2

       WHEREAS, the GACRAA has previously executed a General Architectural and Airport
Planning Agreement with Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc. and a new General Consulting Agreement
dated June 1, 2008; and

       WHEREAS, GACRAA approved engineering Task Order # 12 for a revised design of
Airport Terminal Building renovations and contract administration and other construction phase
services related to the project based on a 333 day construction schedule; and

       WHEREAS, GACRAA has approved certain construction change orders extending the
Construction Agreement by an additional 95 days; and

       WHEREAS, additional construction administrative and professional services will be
required to cover the additional work items and time required for completion; and

       WHEREAS, the total cost of these additional services, estimated to be $70302.00 plus
reimbursable expenses not to exceed $3,218.00, is anticipated to be funded through collection of
Passenger Facility Charges (PFC); and

       WHEREAS, Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc. is required to provide the contracted
construction administration services for the balance of the construction contract up through final
payment to the contractor by GACRAA;

       NOW, THEREFORE,

     BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL
AIRPORT AUTHORITY, as follows:



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        Section 1. That the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority shall execute
Supplement # 5 to Task Order #12 in the lump sum amount of $70,302.00 with Reynolds, Smith &
Hills, Inc. for additional services associated with construction administration phase services of
Airline Passenger Terminal Renovation - Phase 2 at Gainesville Regional Airport plus direct
reimbursable expenses not to exceed $3,218.00.

        Section 2. That Allan J. Penksa, Chief Executive Officer, is hereby authorized and directed
to execute Supplement # 5 Task Order # 12 with Reynolds, Smith & Hills Inc. on behalf of the
Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority, contingent on FAA and legal counsel
review, and carry out the implementation of services.

       EFFECTIVE this 22nd day of May, 2008.


                                            GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY
                                            REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY



                                            _______________________
                                            Peter L. Johnson
                                            Chair



                                            ATTEST:



                                            ________________________
                                            James L. Stringfellow, Sr.
                                            Secretary / Treasurer



                                            APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY



                                            BY: _____________________
                                            Donald W. Stanley, Jr.
                                            Attorney for the Authority




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                                   SUPPLEMENT NO. 5
                                           to
                                   TASK ORDER No. 12
                            TERMINAL BUILDING RENOVATIONS PHASE 2
                                          RSH Project No. 201-3363-012

This Supplement No. 5 is made a part of Task Order No. 12 executed on May 5, 2005 and previous
Supplements No. 1-4 to Task Order No. 12, which is an amendment to the Agreement dated August 15, 2002,
and reauthorized on May 12, 2008 between Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority
(AUTHORITY) and Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc., (CONSULTANT). This Supplement No. 5 to Task
Order No. 12 includes the scope of services, costs, and schedule. The Scope of Services for this Supplement
No. 5 to Task Order No. 12 is as follows:

A.      SCOPE OF SERVICES
As per Attachment “A”

B.      TIME OF PERFORMANCE
        Construction Administration: Extension of construction administration services for an additional
        95 calendar days for a Substantial Completion Date of July 7, 2008.

C.     PAYMENT
Compensation shall be a Lump Sum in the amount of Seventy Three Thousand Five Hundred Twenty Dollars
and No Cents ($73,520.00).

D.      ORIGINAL AGREEMENT
All Terms and Conditions of the Agreement dated August 15, 2002 and extended through May 31, 2011, and
Task Order No. 12 executed on May 5, 2005 and Supplement No. 1 executed on January 27, 2006 and
Supplement No. 2 executed on July 27, 2006 and Supplement No. 3 executed on July 17, 2007 and
Supplement No. 4 executed on July 17, 2007 shall remain the same and shall apply hereto.

E.     ACCEPTANCE
By signature, the parties hereto accept the provisions of this Supplement No. 5 to Task Order No. 12.


CONSULTANT:                                              AUTHORITY:
REYNOLDS, SMITH AND HILLS, INC.                          GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY
                                                         REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY

By:                                                      By:
        William C. Sandifer                                      Allan Penksa
        Vice President - Aviation                                Chief Executive Officer
Date:                           , 2008                   Date:                             , 2008

ATTEST:

By:                                                      By:

Date:                           , 2008                   Date:                             , 2008



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                                              Gainesville Regional Airport

        Terminal Building Renovation
             Project – Phase 2


                                                Supplement No. 5
                                                      To
                                              GNV Task Order No. 12


PROJECT PROPOSAL / PROJECT WORK
 SCOPE –EXTENDED CONSTRUCTION
    ADMINISTRATION SERVICES



Architectural, Engineering, Planning, and Environmental Services

Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc.
10748 Deerwood Park Boulevard South
Jacksonville, Florida 32256-0597
904 256 2500
Fax 904 256 2501

FL Cert. Nos. AAC001886 EB0005620 LCC0002!0




By: William C. Sandifer, Vice President                                                    May 20, 2008




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                                            Attachment “A”                                       Page Number 65


                                       GAINESVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT
                           Terminal Building Renovation Project – Phase 2

          PROJECT PROPOSAL /PROJECT WORK SCOPE –EXTENDED
               CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WORK PLAN
The Terminal Building Renovations – Phase 2 project is under construction and the general contractor’s original
schedule for completion has been extended by 95 calendar days through Change Order. The agreement for
construction administration services provided by Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H) needs to be extended to
match the duration of the construction time. This Work Plan describes the scope of services by RS&H. This Work
Plan includes a Project Schedule and a Project Proposal. The Project Schedule defines the durations of work that
are the basis of the Work Plan and Project Proposal. The Project Proposal provides the basis of the estimate for
the required compensation and defines the task efforts and deliverables required for the Project.

PROJECT SCOPE DEFINITION

The project is a renovation of the existing terminal building at Gainesville Regional Airport at Gainesville, Florida.
A contract for construction was awarded to Military Construction Corporation with a Notice-to-Proceed dated May
7, 2007. The original contract for construction was for 333 calendar days. In Supplement No. 2, RS&H was
contracted to provide construction administration services for the same number of days as the original
construction contract Time in the Bidding Documents (333) plus an additional 60 days to assist with the Owner’s
project Close Out. Since the beginning of the construction, the contract for construction with MIL-CON has been
extended by Change Order by 95 calendar days. This Supplement is to extend RS&H’s construction
administration services by 95 calendar days to match the Contract Time for construction.

Project Duration – The Project’s schedule is defined as follows:

        Construction Administration:      333 days original agreement + 95 extended CA services = 428 days
                                          New date of Substantial Completion: July 7, 2008.
        Construction Close Out:           60 days after Substantial Completion: Sept. 5, 2008.

A. BASIC SERVICES

Task A.1.0      EXTENDED CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

Task 1.1 Contractor Inquiries and Clarifications
Review requests for information (RFI) from the contractor, act as interpreter of the terms and conditions of the
contract documents, provide responses to contractor requests for information, and issue supplemental
information as clarifications to further define elements of the contract documents or resolve field problems relating
to the Work as needed. The Consultant shall maintain a log of all contractor RFIs and clarifications which shall
include the submittal date, the action taken and the date returned. The Consultant shall provide prompt response
to all contractor RFIs.

Task 1.2 Quotation Requests and Change Orders
When changes to the Contract Documents are required, the Consultant shall prepare requests for proposals
(RFP) and submit them to the contractor, review proposals received from the contractor, negotiate the proposals
as necessary, and prepare Change Orders (CO) to execute such changes. In the event that the timing of a
change is critical to the progress of the project or the Owner and contractor do not agree to the price or time
required for a change, a construction change directive (CCD) shall be prepared by the Consultant to direct the
work to be performed and include the method in which the cost and time will be resolved in the future. CCDs shall
be incorporated into a formal CO once the price and time has been determined. The Consultant shall maintain a
log of all contractor RFPs, COs and CCDs.

Task 1.3 Project Schedule Monitoring and Construction Cost Accounting

GAINESVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT        Terminal Renovations Phase 2                                      May 20, 2008
Extended Construction Administration Services                                                Page
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The Consultant shall review the contractor’s Project Schedule monthly for adherence and identify inconsistencies
between the Work and the Schedule. Inconsistencies shall be brought to the attention of the contractor and
recovery schedules shall be requested. Claims for delays by the Contractor shall be reviewed against up-to-date
Project Schedules on a monthly basis to determine the validity of such claims. Monthly Applications for Payment
shall be submitted by the contractor and reviewed by the Consultant. Inconsistencies in the schedule of values,
the progress of the Work and the Application for Payment shall be discussed with the contractor and corrected
prior to issuance of a Certificate of Payment by the consultant. The Consultant shall keep track of changes in the
Contract Price and Contract Time due to Change Orders or Construction Change Directives.

Task 1.4 Periodic Site Visits / Reports
The Consultant shall make periodic site visits (approximately bi-weekly) to the construction site to observe and
familiarize themselves generally with the progress and quality of the work and to determine if the work is generally
proceeding in accordance with the contract documents and the contractor’s construction schedule. A Field
Report shall be prepared at each visit documenting the status of the Work and actions taken during the visit.

Task 1.5 Partial Completion Punch Lists / Occupancy Certificates
To facilitate the Owner’s occupancy of portions of the terminal prior to full project Substantial Completion, the
Consultant shall perform up to five (5) reviews of areas considered for early occupancy, develop a list of Project
components that are deemed complete and prepare Partial Completion Certificates that define the accepted
components. The Partial Completion Certificate will include a list of incomplete Work or components not accepted
as well as definition of the systems and components that have or have not been evaluated in the Partial
Completion evaluation. These Partial Completion evaluations are in addition to the Substantial Completion and
Final Completion Inspections for the overall project.




End of Project Proposal




GAINESVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT       Terminal Renovations Phase 2                                      May 20, 2008
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                                          GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY
                                                                GAINESVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT
                                                 TERMINAL BUILDING RENOVATIONS - PHASE 2

                                              PROJECT PROPOSAL
                                EXTENDED CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION SERVICES


                                                                 PROJ MGR/   SENIOR   STAFF                 SENIOR                ADMIN ASST/
                     SCOPE / TASK TITLE                         DIRECTORS     A/E      A/E       A/E        TECHN    TECHN        WRD PROC      TOTAL

A. BASIC SERVICES
Task A.1.0 Extended Construction Administration Services
Task 1.1 Contractor Inquiries/Clarifications
  1 Civil                                                                               6                                                                 6
  2 Landscape                                                                           6                                                                 6
  3 Architectural                                                   16                 64                    12                       6                  98
  4 Structural                                                                                                                                            0
  5 HVAC                                                                       3       18                     6                                          27
  6 Plumbing                                                                            6                                                                 6
  7 Fire Protection                                                                     6                                                                 6
  8 Electrical                                                                 3       12                     6                                          21
  9 Project Management                                              16                                                                                   16

Task 1.2 Quotation Requests/Change Orders
  1 Civil                                                                                                                                                 0
  2 Landscape                                                                                                                                             0
  3 Architectural                                                              3       12                                             6                  21
  4 Structural                                                                                                                                            0
  5 HVAC                                                                       2        6                                                                 8
  6 Plumbing                                                                                                  3                                           3
  7 Fire Protection                                                                                           3                                           3
  8 Electrical                                                                 2        6                                                                 8
  9 Project Management                                              4                                                                                     4

Task 1.3 Project Schedule Monitoring and Construction Cost Accounting
  1 Civil                                                                                                                                                 0
  2 Landscape                                                                                                                                             0
  3 Architectural                                                                      12                                             2                  14
  4 Structural                                                                                                                                            0
  5 HVAC                                                                                                                                                  0
  6 Plumbing                                                                                                                                              0
  7 Fire Protection                                                                                                                                       0
  8 Electrical                                                                                                                                            0
  9 Project Management                                          6                                                                                         6

Task 1.4 Periodic Site Visits / Reports
  1 Civil                                                                                                                                                 0
  2 Landscape                                                                                                                                             0
  3 Architectural                                                                      96                                            20                 116
  4 Structural                                                                                                                                            0
  5 HVAC                                                                               24                                                                24
  6 Plumbing                                                                           16                                                                16
  7 Fire Protection                                                                    8                                                                  8
  8 Electrical                                                                         24                                                                24
  9 Project Management                                              24                                                                                   24

Task 1.5 Partial Completion / Occupancy Certifications
  1 Civil                                                                                                                                                 0
  2 Landscape                                                                                                                                             0
  3 Architectural                                                                      10                                            12                  22
  4 Structural                                                                                                                                            0
  5 HVAC                                                                                                                                                  0
  6 Plumbing                                                                                                                                              0
  7 Fire Protection                                                                                                                                       0
  8 Electrical                                                                                                                                            0
  9 Project Management                                              4                                                                                     4

                                               TOTAL HOURS          70        13       332       0           30       0              46                 491

                                                         RATE     $65.55     $58.72    $50.63   $37.76      $29.01   $24.19         $17.16        $27.67

                                     TOTAL DIRECT LABOR $         $4,588       $763   $16,810          $0     $870           $0       $790        $23,822
                                             OVERHEAD @           168.3%                                                                          $40,089




5/20/08
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                                                                      PROJ MGR/        SENIOR          STAFF                  SENIOR            ADMIN ASST/

                        SCOPE / TASK TITLE                            DIRECTORS         A/E             A/E        A/E        TECHN    TECHN    WRD PROC      TOTAL
                                                     PROFIT @            10.0%                                                                                   $6,391
                                                  TOTAL LABOR              2.95                                                                                 $70,302

     Total Proposed Labor for:                                       Task A.1.0 Extended Construction Administration Services                                   $70,302

     OTHER DIRECT NON-SALARY COSTS
                                                                     # DWGS           #PAGES
          REPRODUCTION                                                  @               @
                                                                        $1.99            $0.10                    #SETS

                                                     Drawings                     5                                       8                                        $80
                    Minutes/Correspondence/Reports/Specifications                             100                         8                                        $80

                                        TOTAL REPRODUCTION                                                                                                        $160

                                                                     # PCKGS # PCKGS
          POSTAGE/DELIVERY                                              @       @
                                                                       $25.00   $2.00

                                                          Mailings                6             40                                                                $230

                                    TOTAL POSTAGE/DELIVERY                                                                                                        $230

          SPECIALTY SUBCONSULTANTS
           Hardware Specialist                        Subs Firm                                                                                                     $0
                       TOTAL SPECIALTY SUBCONSULTANTS                                                                                                               $0

          TRAVEL                                                                                     Airfare @    Car @ Lodging @ Per Diem @
                                                                      #People          #Days                 $0       $80    $110         $12
           Project Progress Meetings PM (4)                                  1                  4            $0       $80    $330         $48                     $458
           Project progress Meetings Architect (8)                           1                  8            $0      $640    $770         $96                    $1,506
           Project Progress Meetings Mech Engineer (3)                       1                  3            $0        $0    $220         $36                     $256
           Project Progress Meeting Elec Engineer (3)                        1                  3            $0        $0    $220         $36                     $256
                                                   TOTAL TRAVEL                                                                                                  $2,476


          MILEAGE                                                           720        Miles @          $0.49                                                     $353


                                                    TOTAL ODC's                                                                                                  $3,218

     Total Proposed Fee for:                                         Task A.1.0 Extended Construction Administration Services                                   $73,520




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AIRPORT BUSINESS



   7. Application to Provide Aircraft Flight Instruction –
      Sky Chiefs Aviation, LLC – Resolution 08-021
       ________________________________________________________________________


                                   RESOLUTION NO. 08-021
                                   EFFECTIVE MAY 22, 2008


   RESOLUTION OF THE GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT
   AUTHORITY APPROVING AN APPLICATION TO OPERATE AS AN AIRCRAFT
   FLIGHT INSTRUCTION AND AIRCRAFT RENTAL PROVIDER BY SKY CHIEFS
   AVIATION, LLC AS A SUB-LESSEE OF RD AIR SERVICES, LLC IN ITS
   TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT FACILITIES AT GAINESVILLE REGIONAL
   AIRPORT

       WHEREAS, the Gainesville - Alachua County Regional Airport Authority (GACRAA), a
Special District of the State of Florida, maintains and operates an airport in Alachua County, Florida
known as Gainesville Regional Airport (hereinafter referred to as "Airport"); and

       WHEREAS, the “Minimum Standards and Requirements for Aeronautical Activities at the
Gainesville Regional Airport” (Minimum Standards) adopted by GACRAA on September 18, 2003
provides requirements to persons or entities engaging in aeronautical activities at the Airport; and

         WHEREAS, the Minimum Standards for general aviation commercial aeronautical
activities have been established in the public interest for the safe and efficient operation of the
Airport and to enhance the orderly growth; to comply with Federal, State and local government
legal requirements; and to provide information to parties operating or desiring to operate at the
Airport. These standards establish responsible, safe, and adequate services to be offered in order to
protect the public welfare; and

         WHEREAS, on July 27, 2006, GACRAA amended the Minimum Standards to allow
specialized aviation service providers to utilize temporary modular buildings for offices and public
facilities if the use of temporary modular buildings is concurrent with the construction of a
permanent facility; and

       WHEREAS, RD Air Services, LLC has begun development of a permanent corporate
hangar site consisting of hangars for providers of specialized aviation services, apron and taxiway
connectors capable of supporting multi-engine business jet aircraft; and



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        WHEREAS, substantial completion of the RD Air Services, LLC corporate hangar site,
consisting of two hangars, apron and taxiway connector, is due to be finished in November of 2008;
and

       WHEREAS, RD Air Services, LLC desires to lease office space and provide sufficient
access to all common areas to Sky Chiefs Aviation, LLC on the temporary and permanent RD Air
Services leasehold;

       NOW, THEREFORE,

     BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL
AIRPORT AUTHORITY, as follows:

         Section 1.     That GACRAA does hereby approve an application to operate as an aircraft
flight instruction and aircraft rental provider by Sky Chiefs Aviation, LLC as a sub-lessee of RD Air
Services, LCC in its temporary and permanent facilities at Gainesville Regional Airport.

       Section 2.    GACRAA staff is directed to coordinate with Sky Chiefs Aviation, LLC and
RD Air Services, LLC to finalize an acceptable sub-lease agreement covering the operation and to
approve said agreement upon satisfactory review by GACRAA legal counsel.

       Section 3.     This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.

       EFFECTIVE this 22nd day of May 2008.


                                             GAINESVILLE-ALACHUA COUNTY
                                             REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY


                                             _______________________
                                             Peter L. Johnson
                                             Chair

                                             ATTEST:


                                             ________________________
                                             James L. Stringfellow, Sr.
                                             Secretary / Treasurer


                                             APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY

                                             BY: _____________________
                                             Donald W. Stanley, Jr.
                                             Attorney for the Authority

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                         Application For Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC

                                             At

                                Gainesville Regional Airport

May 22, 2008

Intended Scope of Activities

Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC
Timothy Ryan Foote, Owner
6232 NW 34th Drive
Gainesville FL 32653
(352) 562-6104

Timothy Ryan Foote has 100% ownership of Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC.

The proposed date for commencement of operations is Friday, May 23rd 2008 and Sky Chiefs
Aviation LLC will aim to continue operations indefinitely.

Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC will propose to offer the following services:
      - Flight Training (Air and Ground) providing for Private, Instrument, Commercial,
          CFI, CFII, ATP, and ASEL Certificates and Ratings
      - Flight Reviews and Instrument Proficiency Checks
      - Aircraft Rental
      - Providing Aircraft for Aerial Photography and Tours
      - Foreign Student training

Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC will operate from within the current RDAir Services building {see
RDAIR colored floor plan}. There are Tie-down spots for usage outside of RDAir Services. Sky
Chiefs contracts a tie-down spot with Gainesville Regional Airport.

A proposed office space of approximately 280 square feet will be provided within the new
RDAir Services hangar {see RDAIR floor and hangar plan blueprint} which will provide the
proper space necessary for pre-flight training and an effective ground school area:
       - A reception desk
       - Desk for pre-flight and ground school discussions
       - Flight and ground training area (computer area, charts, training aids, etc.)
       - Pilot supplies display and storage area



At the present time, Timothy Ryan Foote is the only employee employed full time by Sky Chiefs
Aviation LLC. His qualifications are Commercial, Certified Flight Instructor, and Certified




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Instrument Flight Instructor certificates. Certificates are limited to an Airplane Single Engine
Land rating.

The following aircraft will be used by Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC:

       -   N3544Z 2001 Cessna 172SP SkyHawk with seating capacity for 4 people and cargo
           area capable of 120 pounds.

       -   Sky Chiefs has been in communication with a number of sources regarding leasing or
           owning a complex aircraft for flight school purposes. Sky Chiefs is currently
           researching all options with the full intention to have a complex aircraft available to
           meet the minimum standards as required by the Gainesville Airport Authority.

Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC will target market anyone living within travel distance of KGNV who
wishes to initiate or continue training, rent an aircraft, complete a flight review, or aviation
related tasks. Sky Chiefs market share is only anticipated to be a small proportion of the existing
market while the business is growing and building a reputation. The proposed marketing
methods will be local advertising, promotional fliers, word-of-mouth, and with plans in the
future to produce company branded items.

The existing competitor at KGNV is a well established FBO, University Air Center, offering a
full range of services from charter, maintenance, and a flight school. While in competition with
UAC’s flight school as stated above, the market share intends to be minimal while Sky Chiefs
Aviation LLC is in a growth period.

Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC expects 95 percent of gross sales to be related to the aircraft. The
other 5 percent will be related to pilot supplies, training manuals, etc.

Sky Chiefs Aviation LLC is currently in the process of obtaining General Commercial Liability
Insurance from W Brown and Associates in order to fulfill that requirement of the minimum
standards. The procedure to add this coverage to Sky Chiefs’ existing policy is straight-forward.
Sky Chiefs is currently waiting to hear from its agent to finalize the policy endorsement. In any
event, Sky Chiefs will not initiate operations until the General Liability Insurance is in place and
the Airport Authority and the City of Gainesville are named as co-insureds. Upon receipt of
evidence of insurance, Sky Chiefs will forward this information to the Airport Authority for their
review.




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 RD Air Services, LLC                                                      Phone: (352) 377-7308
 P.O. Box 5635                                                          Toll Free: 1-866-784-1247
 Gainesville, FL 32627-5635                                                   Fax: (352) 377-7309



                                 Office Space Lease Agreement


  This ‘Office Space Lease Agreement’ (hereafter “Agreement”) entered into this ___ day of
  ____________________, 2008, by and between RD Air Services, LLC, (hereafter
  “Lessor”), and Sky Chiefs Aviation, LLC, (hereafter “Lessee”), in consideration of the
  mutual covenants and agreements contained herein to be performed by the respective
  parties, and in consideration of the rental to be paid as designated under separate cover as an
  addendum to this Agreement, Lessor hereby rents the described premises to Lessee, and
  Lessee hereby hires and rents the property described herein. The following terms and
  conditions shall govern the rental by Lessor of office space to Lessee and Lessee is subject
  to all requirements and conditions of the original Land Lease between RD Air Services,
  LLC, and the Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority (GACRAA):


  1. Terms: The agreement shall commence on _____________ and remain in effect for a
  period of one year. Thereafter, this agreement shall continue in effect year to year,
  beginning on May 23rd of every year, being automatically renewed after each year unless
  30 days notice is given by either party that the agreement should not be renewed.
  2. Premises: The premises leased shall be designated as office space sufficient, as required
  by the lease between Lessee and the GACRAA, for Lessee to provide flight training and
  aircraft rental activities, together with reasonable necessary rights of access across Lessor's
  adjoining areas, located at Lessor’s temporary modular office at 4341 NE 48th Avenue,
  Gainesville, FL 32609. Upon the completion of Lessor’s facility currently under
  construction—estimated to be Fall 2008—this lease will remain in effect and will transfer to
  the new location without the need for any amendment. Lessee, its employees, visitors, and
  customers will have full access to all common areas including parking lot, lobby, restrooms,
  telephones, and aircraft ramp.




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  3. Rent: All financial arrangements between Lessor and Lessee are detailed under separate
  cover as an addendum to this Agreement.
  4. Maintenance of Premises: Lessor will maintain, or cause to be maintained, the
  structural components of the facility housing Lessee’s aeronautical activities, and will keep
  all common areas clean and presentable. Lessee shall be responsible and liable for any
  damage to any area of Lessor’s facility caused by Lessee's use or negligence, including any
  damage caused by Lessee’s employees, visitors, or customers; normal wear and tear
  excepted. Lessee will keep clean and presentable any area of Lessor’s facility designated for
  Lessee’s sole use.
 5. Liabilities: Lessor hereby expressly disclaims any and all liability for damage to
 Lessee’s property and/or aircraft while such item is on Lessor’s property, except for such
 damage that may be caused by movement of Lessee’s property or aircraft by Lessor's
 employees or due to Lessor’s negligence. In either event, Lessor’s liability shall be for the
 cost of the repair or replacement, whichever the case may be, up to the amount of Lessee’s
 deductible not to exceed $10,000.00 per occurrence. If Lessee participates in any way or
 gives instruction to Lessor's employee concerning movement of Lessee’s property or
 aircraft, Lessor shall not be liable in any way for damage to Lessee’s property or aircraft.
 Lessee shall be liable for any damage to Lessor's property and/or stored aircraft arising
 from Lessee's negligence including but not limited to: the carrying on of unauthorized
 activities, the storage of flammables, or the storage of flammables in Lessee’s aircraft,
 other than fuel and oil in the aircraft’s reservoir or tanks.
 6. Insurance: Lessee agrees to maintain, at its own expense, for the benefit of itself,
 Lessor and GACRAA as co-insured's, insurance of such types and in such amounts as may
 be approved by Lessor, insuring against liability for damage or loss of aircraft or other
 property, and against liability for personal injury or death, arising from acts or omissions
 of Lessee, its agents and/or employees. Such policy or policies shall contain a provision
 whereby Lessee's insurer waives any right of subrogation against Lessor and GACRAA,
 its agents and/or employees, and providing that Lessor and GACRAA must receive at least
 ten (10) days prior written notice of any cancellation of Lessee's insurance coverage.
 Lessee shall deliver to Lessor and GACRAA certificates or binders evidencing the
 existence of the insurance required herein.
 7. Waiver of Subrogation: Lessor and Lessee hereby waive any recovery of damages
 against each other (including their employees, officers, directors, agents, or
 representatives) for the loss of or damage to any property, any injury, or death, except as
 provided herein.
 8. Use of Premises: Authorized uses of premises by Lessee are limited to aeronautical
 activities approved by GACRAA the description of which is provided herein. Any
 additional aeronautical activity in which Lessee wishes to engage must be approved by
 GACRAA and Lessor before such activity can be conducted.
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 9. Lease Assignment/Subleasing: This lease cannot be assigned by Lessee to any other
 entity without express written consent of Lessor. Lessee cannot sublease any portion of its
 leased space without express written consent of Lessor. Any lease entered into by Lessee
 concerning the operation of aircraft not owned by Lessee shall be approved by Lessor for
 the purpose of allowing Lessor to determine its interests are covered and liabilities are
 resolved.


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 10. Termination: This agreement may be terminated by either party upon 30 days
 written notice of non-renewal as provided for in Paragraph 1 above. In addition, Lessor
 may terminate this agreement during the course of a yearly term upon the occurrence of
 any failure by Lessee to comply with any condition of this lease and has not corrected
 the deficiency within 30 days after notice of such deficiency by Lessor.

 11. Security: Lessee agrees to abide by and cooperate with Lessor in the enforcement
 and implementation of applicable airport security regulations and measures. Security of
 the facility—offices and hangars—and their contents shall be the responsibility of the
 Lessee when Lessee has opened, unlocked, or left the facility unsecured. Otherwise the
 responsibility of the facility resides with the Lessor.

 Lessor:                                               Lessee:



 _______________________                               ________________________
 C. Scott Branham                                      Ryan Foote
 General Manager                                       Owner
 RD Air Services, LLC                                  Sky Chiefs Aviation, LLC




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 TENANT REPORTS:

          1. University Air Center – Construction Update

          2. Gator Aviation Services, LLC

          3. R D Air Services, LLC


              Airport Tenants Association
              Gainesville Pilots Association




 AIRPORT AUTHORITY INPUT



 AIRPORT AUTHORITY ATTENDANCE




 NOTE: If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Airport
 Authority, with respect to any matters considered at a public meeting, they
 will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose, may need to
 ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
 includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

 Person with disabilities who require assistance to participate in the meeting
 are requested to notify the Airport’s Administrative manager at (352) 373-
 0249 at least 48 hours in advance, so that their needs may be accommodated.




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                                                                                                                                                        Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority


                                                                                                                                                                    Meeting Attendance for the Month of April, 2008
                                                                                                                                                                                     2007/2008



                                                                                                               8/23/0707     9/26/2007    10/25/2007   11/15/2007   12/13/2007    1/17/2008     2/28/2008   3/27/2008   4/24/2008   5/22/2008   6/26/2008   7/24/2008   8/28/2008    In Violation

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     if absent at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    next meeting?
                                                                                                        3
                                                                   Brashear, Billy                                 A             A            P            P             P            P            P           P           P
                                                                   Breeze, William                                 P             P            P            P             P            P            P           A           P
                                                                   Goldstein, Mark                                 P             A            P            A             P            P            P           P           P
                                                                   Johnson, Peter L.                               P             P            P            P             P            P            A           P           P
                                                                   McEachern, W. E. "Mac"                          P             P            P            P             P            A            P           P           P
                                                                   Phillips, Win1                                  A             P            A            A             A            P            P           P           A
                                                                   Stringfellow, Jim                               P             A            P            P             A            P            P           P           P
                                                                   Thomas, K. Kinnon                               A             P            P            P             A            P            P           P           P
                                                                   Woods, Janet2                                   P             P            P            P             P            P            P           P           P




                                                                   A = Absent
                                                                   P = Present

                                                                  1
                                                                                    Win Phillips was appointed to a three-year term beginning August 13, 2007 by the City of Gainesville
                                                                  2
                                                                                    Janet Woods was appointed to a three-year term beginning August 13, 2007 by the City of Gainesville.
                                                                  3
                                                                                    Billy Brashear was reappointed to a three-year term beginning October 11, 2007 by Governor Charlie Crist.




Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority Monthly Meeting         May 22, 2008
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                                                                                             5/2/2008
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                        GUIDELINES FOR ADDRESSING
     THE GAINESVILLE - ALACHUA COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY
                                (GACRAA)
                             GAINESVILLE, FL




The GACRAA invites and encourages participation by petitioners and members of the public.
This may be done by appearing at GACRAA meetings and meetings of GACRAA Committees.

REQUEST TO ADDRESS GACRAA
(being placed on the printed agenda for monthly meeting)

1.     Call the Director of Aviation’s Office no later than 4:00 PM ten (10) days preceding the
       monthly meeting.

2.     Provide the following information to the office:

       a.     name, address, and occupation;

       b.     persons, group, or interest represented;

       c.     general subject of request; and

       d.     action sought by GACRAA

3.     Routinely the monthly meetings begin at 5:00 PM; locations vary.

4.     At the appropriate time on the agenda, the Chairman will recognize the citizen wishing to
address GACRAA.

5.     After being recognized, the citizen should step up to the microphone on the lectern,
unless otherwise indicated by the presiding officer, and give his/her name and address in an
audible tone of voice.




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ADDRESSING GACRAA
(if not on the printed agenda)

1.        A citizen may ask to be recognized under the category CITIZEN INPUT - NON-
          AGENDA ITEM.

2.        See 5 above.

                                              Or

1.        A citizen may ask to be recognized to speak on a particular topic that is under
          discussion.

2.        See 5 above.


ADDRESSING GACRAA COMMITTEES

1.        The following are sources for where and when GACRAA meetings will be held:

          a.     Airport Administration Office (373-0249).

2.        A citizen may ask to be recognized by the Chairman of the Committee to speak on the
          topic under discussion.


ADDRESSING GACRAA: All remarks shall be addressed to GACRAA as a body and not to
any member thereof. No person other than a member of GACRAA and the person having the
floor shall be permitted to enter into any discussion, either directly or through a member of
GACRAA, without permission of the presiding officer. No question shall be asked except
through the presiding officer.




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