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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
SANFORD AIRPORT AUTHORITY
TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2007
PRESENT:
G. Geoffrey Longstaff, Chairman
Tim Donihi, Secretary/Treasurer
David L. Cattell
Whitey Eckstein

Colonel Charles H. Gibson
William R. Miller
Brindley B. Pieters
John A. Williams
Comm. Bob Dallari, County Liaison
Scott A. Glass, Airport Counsel

Clyde H. Robertson, Jr., Vice Chairman
Comm. Jack T. Bridges, City Liaison

STAFF PRESENT:
Larry A. Dale, President & CEO
Diane Crews, Vice President of Administration
Bryant W. Garrett, Vice President of Finance
George Speake, Vice President of Operations & Maintenance
Diana M. Muñiz-Olson, Executive Secretary
Jennifer Taylor, Project Coordinator
OTHERS PRESENT:
John H. Armbrust
Jim D’Aroy

Mayor John F. Bush, Winter Springs
David Doudney
Tracy Forrrest, Winter Park Construction
Teresa Fulkrod, Starport
Larry Gouldthorpe, OSI
Chief Alex Kracun, SAA ARFF
Krysty Kress, S.E. Ramp Development
Frank Ioppolo,
Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce
Hilary Maull, HTA
Bill McGrew, PBS&J
Comm. Mike McLean, Seminole County Commission
Yasmin Moreno, PBS&J
Sandra Pedicini, Orlando Sentinel
Stan Poloski
Jack Reynolds, JRA, Inc.
Keith Robinson, OSI

Jason Shippell, SAA ARFF
Marty Sinker, Starport
Gary South, O.R. Colan Associates of Florida, LLC
Kevin Spolski, Spolski Construction
Bob Tunis, City of Sanford Economic Dev. Director
Matt West, Ivey Planning Group, LLC
Beverly Winesburgh, Product Marketing Group, Inc.

1. INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS AND CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order at 8:32 a.m. The Chairman reminded the board an executive session to discuss “Sanford Airport Authority vs. Craggs Construction Company” [Case No. 04-CA-1103-15-K] would be conducted after the regular meeting. 2. ADVERTISEMENT OF MONTHLY MEETING Copies attached. 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY, Motion by Secretary/Treasurer Donihi, seconded by Board Member Williams, to approve the minutes from the regular meeting held on Tuesday, July 3, 2007. Motion passed. 4. PRESENTATION BY SEMINOLE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE A. SeminoleWAY Committee – Presentation by Frank Ioppolo [Summary Attached]. The purpose of the SeminoleWAY Committee is to create an economic development plan along the Greenway (SR 417), in order to maximize its use. It is estimated the study will cost approximately $350,000.00 for planning services, environmental services, transportation, and marketing/economic development. The Sanford Port Authority will provide the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce with funds to be used for the study. Board Member Miller wondered who would run the organization. Mr. Ioppolo stated the Chamber would work with Ivey Planning Group, LLC and act as steward of the funds. When Mr. Miller asked who would provide additional funds if needed, Mr. Ioppolo believes the Chamber might ask the cities involved (Sanford, Oviedo, & Winter Springs) for funding. Commissioner Mike McLean requested support from the Authority in the form of a resolution. B. Resolution of Support - Motion by Board Member Miller, seconded by Board Member Williams, to approve Resolution Number 2007-10 in support of SeminoleWAY Committee for the planned economic development of Seminole County. Motion passed. 5. PRESENTATION BY JOHN ARMBRUST OF ARMBRUST AVIATION Presentation by John H. Armbrust, Chairman of Armbrust Aviation Group, describing the current status of the fueling industry, and how Orlando Sanford International will benefit from the company’s service. [Attached]. Currently the airport receives its fuel via truck from Hooker’s Point, which is more expensive. Armbrust Aviation, Group will be able to ship fuel on the same line as Orlando International Airport, which in turn can be delivered via truck to Sanford. Chairman Longstaff wondered what would be the difference in cost. By delivering this way, it cuts the price by $0.05. The storage facility at Tampa will be available on August 10, 2007; the Taft terminal facility will be available at the end of October 2007. Board Member Eckstein recommended the fuel farms be expanded. 6. PRESIDENT’S REPORT President Dale reported on the following: Plaque from Dechat and Woodard families – President Dale presented a thank-you plaque from the Dechat and Woodard families to Chief Alex Kracun and Jason Shippell for their assistance in the aftermath of the airplane crash on July 10, 2007. The plaque was originally presented at the “Strike It Up Sanford” fundraiser on behalf of the Dechat and Woodard families. The plaque will be on display at the Sanford Airport Authority’s lobby. Plaque from Florida Power & Light – President Dale presented the Board with a thank-you plaque from Florida Power & Light to Orlando Sanford International Airport in appreciation for providing the location for the Storm Restoration Staging Site during the 2004 hurricane season. The plaque will be on display at the Sanford Airport Authority’s lobby. B. Parking Garage – Certificate of Occupancy was issued on Friday, August 3, 2007. The parking garage was determined to be structurally sound. The garage will open for operation on Wednesday, August 8, 2007, contingent upon the rate machines being operational. The garage will have 826 spaces, 120 of them will be ready-return spaces. The grand opening is scheduled for October 11, 2007 at 3:00 p.m. C. Extension of Runway 9R-27L – Design adjustments must be made due to errors on the original plans relative Part 77 regulations. Because of the correction, additional tree clearing must be done in approximately 22 acres north of the runway. Also, the cul-de-sacs need to be relocated, and four additional structures on airport property must be removed. This is a PBS&J error, which PBS&J has corrected in order to minimize damages. Bill McGrew stated PBS&J is aware there will be additional costs involved, and that it will not argue with the Board as to what PBS&J’s responsibilities are in relation to those costs. They believe all corrections have been made. Chairman Longstaff wondered if the structures were leased. President Dale clarified these structures were leased on a month-to-month basis and 30 days notice would suffice. Only two occupied structures would be affected, the other two structures are uninhabited. Mr. McGrew stated some of the cul-de-sacs would have to be re-graded; Seminole County has approved the changes. Chairman Longstaff wondered if additional land had to be purchased. President Dale stated there is only one strip of land that does not belong to the Airport, that impacts some of the clearing limits. There are several options: buying the land; obtaining an easement; or clearing up to the limit. At the time of the meeting, a solution had not been reached regarding this matter. Board Member Miller asked if clearing was done. Yasmin Moreno, with PBS&J, clarified clearing is ongoing. Board Member Miller wondered if there were any calculations on the additional costs. Mr. McGrew just wanted to brief the Board and make sure they were aware of the situation. Board Member Pieters wondered how much this error will affect the schedule. President Dale stated that if the clearing was done soon, there should not be any problem. However, if the crew moves out and then returns at a later time, it will be more costly. Board Member Miller requested for President Dale to present to the Board any mitigation with PBS&J. Chairman Longstaff, President Dale, and Secretary/Treasurer Donihi agreed PBS&J must be commended for accepting responsibility. D. S.E. Ramp Development – Progressing well. President Dale presented pictures E. 84-Lumber – Progressing well. President Dale presented pictures to the Board F. Hotel – Staff recommends approval of revised Exhibit C (revised timeline) to Lease No. 2005-17 between the Sanford Airport Authority and Miro Hospitality Properties, LLC. Chairman Longstaff wondered if the schedule was achievable. President Dale commented it was an aggressive schedule. The schedule was provided by Mr. Hooda. Motion by Board Member Miller, seconded by Board Member Williams, to approve revised Exhibit C to Lease No. 2005-17 between the Sanford Airport Authority and Miro Hospitality Properties, LLC. Motion passed. Chairman Longstaff requested a presentation by the engineer. Board Member Miller suggested for the engineer to meet with President Dale and staff, then President Dale would report back to the Board. G. Starport – Presentation by Kevin Spolski for the proposed 33,000 square foot expansion (Phase 3). This phase of the expansion is for 25,000 square foot hangar space, and 8,000 square foot car showroom space. H. Airport Police – President Dale commended Sergeant Harry Herman and Officer Tom Fuehrer, for assisting in the apprehension of a murder suspect on July 25, 2007 while patrolling the perimeter of the Airport. I. Southeast Airlines, Inc. – On July 26, 2007 the bankruptcy court approved the sale of the two DC9 aircraft for $580,000.00; closing will occur today. A preliminary hearing to consider the trustee’s request for facility surcharges will take place. A mediation will take place to determine who will get paid. George Speake stated the Airport can charge storage fees from the time the owner claims ownership, to the time he/she removes the aircraft. J. ARFF FRS Issue – President Dale wanted the Board to be aware of an FRS issue with the ARFF Department. Back in the late 90’s the City of Sanford opted out of the FRS retirement plan and established its own retirement pension plan. The City had a general pension plan and a separate police and firefighter pension plan. All SAA personnel, including ARFF, were on the FRS plan. At the time, the SAA Board chose to go with the City’s pension plan. New SAA employees would be on the City’s general pension plan, whereas existing employees remained on FRS. The ARFF Department was given the option to join the City’s police/firefighter separate pension plan, to which they would have to contribute 7% of their salaries, but the firefighters did not join the police/firefighter separate pension plan. In 2000, the City (and SAA) rejoined the FRS system. The SAA ARFF employees hired during the intervening four years received 2% versus the 3% the FRS gives for special risk category. Those ARFF employees hired during the 4 years on the City’s plan claim the Airport owes them for the difference. Unfortunately, the state law does not allow the airport to buy back anything over 2% even if it wanted to. President Dale just wanted to inform the Board of the issue; no action was required during the meeting, he will consult with Counsel. K. Appraisal for SR 46 Right-of-Way – The appraisal estimate is for $1,740,400.00, based on 12 acres. The cost to remove and relocate the fence is $160,000.00, and $65,200.00 to reconnect the perimeter road. The total cost is $1,965,400.00. L. Budget Schedule – Reminder that the budget work session with the City Commission will take place on August 13, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. M. Newspaper article – Discussion of article “British tourists turn their back on N. Attorneys’ Fees – At the time, attorneys’ fees had not been received. They will 7. COUNSEL’S REPORT Counsel advised the voluntary acquisition of certain properties necessary for the extension of Runway 9R/27L is not moving forward expeditiously. He recommended approval of Resolution 2007-11 declaring eminent domain in regards to parcel numbers P-8E, P80, P-8D, and P-8C, necessary for the extension. Motion by Board Member Williams, seconded by Board Member Gibson to approve Resolution 2007-11. Motion passed. 8. TBI REPORT TBI President Larry Gouldthorpe reported on the following: May 2007 – 118,403 passengers
May 2007 – 123,416 passengers
May 2007 – 94,703 passengers
Percentage Domestic traffic is up 22% compared to July 2006. International traffic is down 18% from July 2006. Total traffic is down 15% compared to May 2006. Year to date passenger count is up 7% compared to same time last year. Florida is still an expensive destination; Mr. Gouldthorpe does not expect this trend to change. The Allegiant numbers show that the airport might be in transition from UK charter airport to a scheduled domestic airport. Allegiant – Mr. Gouldthorpe stated Allegiant is scheduled to start operations to Bangor, Maine in November. Allegiant announced two new focus cities: Fort Lauderdale, Florida; and Phoenix, Arizona. However, they will not be departing from our airport to those cities. Additional destinations – OSI is under discussions with a charter operator from Brazil. Concession program – Mr. Gouldthorpe will come with recommendations regarding the new concession program (brands) late in November or early January. Complaints – Board Member Pieters received a complaint that Allegiant’s line was too long; he suggested the use of kiosks. Mr. Gouldthorpe stated the delays in the line had been resolved. Board Member Pieters also received complaints regarding the TSA line. Sandy Taylor – Mr. Gouldthorpe informed the Board of Sandy Taylor’s passing. Mr. Taylor was manager of Alpha Flight Kitchen. 9. LIAISON REPORTS City of Sanford None Seminole County None 10. CHAIRMAN’S REPORT Chairman Longstaff discussed President Dale’s annual review. All nine votes were accounted for. On average President Dale received a 4.65%, which places him in the category of “far exceeds expectations.” In September the Board will vote regarding his bonus, then determine the recommended salary. 11. CONSENT AGENDA Consider approval of termination of Lease No. 2002-10 with Boston Maine Airways d/b/a The Pan Am Clipper Connection for Building No. 147, located at 1722 Hangar Road (Hangar/Office). Consider approval of Lease No. 2007-25 with Griffin Aviation, Inc. for Building No. 147, located at 1722 Hangar Road (Hangar/Office). Consider termination of Lease No. 2007-01 with Griffin Aviation, Inc. for 59,242 square feet (1.36± acres) of land for construction of a 10,000 square foot hangar. On April 1, 2002, Boston Maine Airways d/b/a The Pan Am Clipper Connection entered into Lease No. 2002-10 for the rental of Building 147, located at 1722 Hangar Road (hangar/office). The lease consists of 14,400 square feet of hangar/office space along with 61,410 square feet of ramp and 17,529 square feet of land. The lease term is for 10 years; expiration date is March 31, 2012. Boston Maine Airways has downsized their operation at the Orlando Sanford International Airport to the use of one building, No. 145, which houses their simulators, and has asked to be released from Lease No. 2002-10 as they have no use for this building. Griffin Aviation, Inc. has leased land from the airport for the purpose of constructing a 10,000 square foot hangar. Griffin Aviation wishes to be released from their ground lease in order to lease Building No. 147 which Boston Maine has asked to vacate. The lease consists of 14,400 square feet of hangar/office space along with 61,410 square feet of ramp and 17,529 square feet of land. The lease term is for 5 years, effective August 15, 2007; the rental rate is as follows: Approval of termination of Lease No. 2002-10 with Boston Maine Airways d/b/a The Pan Am Clipper Connection for Building No. 147, located at 1722 Hangar Road (Hangar/Office). Approval of Lease No. 2007-25 with Griffin Aviation, Inc. for Building No. 147, located at 1722 Hangar Road (Hangar/Office). Approval of termination of Lease No. 2007-01 with Griffin Aviation, Inc. for 59,242 square feet (1.36± acres) of land for construction of a 10,000 square foot hangar. B. Consider approval of Addendum B to Lease No. 2005-12 with ARTICUS, INC. for Building No. 126, located at 2854 Flightline Avenue (Warehouse/Office). Staff recommends approval of Addendum B to Lease No. 2005-12 with ARTICUS, INC. for Building No. 126, located at 2854 Flightline Avenue (Warehouse/Office). Addendum B extends the lease for one (1) year, effective June 1, 2007. The lease consists of 6,658 square feet of warehouse/office space. The annual rental rate is 25,966.20, an annual increase of $998.70; the monthly payment is $2,163.85, exclusive of taxes. C. Consider approval of Addendum E to Lease No. 95-43 with HILL LABS, INC. for 157,212 square feet (3.61± acres) of land, located at 2650 Mellonville Avenue (Building No. 454). Staff recommends approval of Addendum E to Lease No. 95-43 with HILL LABS, INC. for 157,212 square feet (3.61± acres) of land, located at 2650 Mellonville Avenue (Building No. 454-hangar/office/warehouse). The current expiration date of Lease No.95-43 is May 31, 2011; however, the tenant has three (3) five-year options for renewal of the lease. Hill Labs has submitted a request in writing to exercise two (2) of the three (3) five-year options at this time, Addendum E extends the lease through May 31, 2021, under the same terms and conditions contained therein. D. Consider approval of Addendum D to Lease No. 2003-24 with ROBIN McRAE for Building No. 530 AND 15 acres, located at 4055 Moores Station Road (Residence). Staff recommends approval of Addendum D to Lease No. 2003-24 with ROBIN McRAE for Building No. 530 and 15 acres, located at 4055 Moores Station Road (Residence). Addendum D extends the lease term for one (1) additional year, effective July 1, 2007. The annual rental rate is $26,400.00; the monthly payment is $2,200.00, exclusive of taxes. E. Consider approval of Addendum D to Lease No. 2003-30 with STREETWIZE, INC. for Building No. 515-8/9, located at 2800-2806 Mellonville Avenue (Warehouse). Staff recommends approval of Addendum D to Lease No. 2003-30 with STREETWIZE, INC. for Building No. 515-8/9, located at 2800-2806 Mellonville Avenue (Warehouse). Addendum D extends the lease by one (1) additional year, effective August 1, 2007. The building consists of 2,940 square feet of warehouse space at $6.00 per square foot. The annual rental rate is $17,640.00, an increase of $735.00; the monthly payment is $1,470.00, exclusive of taxes. F. Consider approval of Addendum A to Lease No. 2003-32 with FUTURE HEALTH CONCEPTS, INC. for Building No. 24, located at 1211 29th Street (Warehouse and Lean-to) and Building No. 418, located at 1211 30th Street (Office and Warehouse, Land). Staff recommends approval of Addendum A to Lease No. 2003-32 with FUTURE HEALTH CONCEPTS, INC. for Building No. 24, located at 1211 29th Street (Warehouse and Lean-to) and Building No. 418, located at 1211 30th Street (Office and Warehouse, Land). Addendum A increases the annual lease rate in Years 4-5 to $54,509.83, an annual increase of $5,611.17; the monthly payment is $4,542.49, exclusive of taxes. G. Consider approval of Addendum B to Lease No. 2001-22 with LOUIS C. BROADWAY JR. D/B/A BROADWAY SERVICES, for Building No. 13, located at 2885 Mellonville Avenue (Warehouse/Office). Staff recommends approval of Addendum B to Lease No. 2001-22 with LOUIS C. BROADWAY JR. D/B/A BROADWAY SERVICES, for Building No. 13, located at 2885 Mellonville Avenue (Warehouse/Office). Addendum B extends the lease by three (3) additional years. The building consists of 1,955 square feet at $5.50 per square foot. The annual lease rate is $10,752.50, an increase of $977.50; the monthly payment is $896.04, exclusive of taxes. H. Consider approval of annual Letter of Engagement from McDirmit Davis & Company, LLC to provide audit services for the Sanford Airport Authority for the year ended September 30, 2007.
Staff recommends approval of annual Letter of Engagement from McDirmit Davis &
Company, LLC to provide audit services for the Sanford Airport Authority for the year ended
September 30, 2007.

Motion by Board Member Williams seconded by Secretary/Treasurer Donihi, to
approve the Consent Agenda Items A through H.
Motion passed.
12. DISCUSSION AGENDA
A. Consider approval of Mutual Aid Agreement between the Sanford Airport Authority and the Sheriff of Seminole County, Florida for Voluntary Cooperation and Operational Assistance. Staff recommends approval of Mutual Aid Agreement between the Sanford Airport Authority and the Sheriff of Seminole County, Florida for Voluntary Cooperation and Operational Assistance. Motion by Board Member Miller, seconded by Board Member Gibson, to approve a Mutual Aid Agreement between the Sanford Airport Authority and the Sheriff of Seminole County, Florida, subject to counsel review. B. Consider approval of Inter-local Agreement between the Sanford Airport Authority, City of Altamonte Springs, City of Casselberry, City of Lake Mary, City of Longwood, City of Maitland, City of Oviedo, City of Sanford, City of Winter Springs, the Sheriff of Seminole County, Florida Highway Patrol, Florida Department of Transportation-Motor Carrier Compliance, Seminole County-Traffic Engineering, and CSX Railroad Police-Orlando Office of Special Agents, establishing a City/County/State Traffic Enforcement Unit. The purpose of the City/County/State Traffic Enforcement Unit is to provide collective countywide traffic enforcement and control services on an as-needed basis according to established procedures. Staff recommends approval of Inter-local Agreement between the Sanford Airport Authority, City of Altamonte Springs, City of Casselberry, City of Lake Mary, City of Longwood, City of Maitland, City of Oviedo, City of Sanford, City of Winter Springs, the Sheriff of Seminole County, Florida Highway Patrol, Florida Department of Transportation-Motor Carrier Compliance, Seminole County-Traffic Engineering, and CSX Railroad Police-Orlando Office of Special Agents, establishing a City/County/State Traffic Enforcement Unit. Motion by Board Member Miller, seconded by Board Member Gibson, to approve a Inter-local Agreement between the Sanford Airport Authority, City of Altamonte Springs, City of Casselberry, City of Lake Mary, City of Longwood, City of Maitland, City of Oviedo, City of Sanford, City of Winter Springs, the Sheriff of Seminole County, Florida Highway Patrol, Florida Department of Transportation-Motor Carrier Compliance, Seminole County-Traffic Engineering, and CSX Railroad Police-Orlando Office of Special Agents, subject to counsel review. Motion passed. 13. OTHER BUSINESS None 14. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC None 15. REMINDER OF JOINT WORK SESSION WITH CITY OF SANFORD (MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 2007, 4:00 P.M., CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS) REMINDER OF NEXT BOARD MEETING (TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2007, 8:30 A.M.) 16. EXECUTIVE SESSION Participants of the executive session were: G. Geoffrey Longstaff, Chairman Tim Donihi, Secretary/Treasurer David L. Cattell Whitey Eckstein Colonel Charles H. Gibson William R. Miller John A. Williams John Horan, Airport Counsel Scott A. Glass, Airport Counsel Larry Dale, President & CEO All other public attendants were excluded during the session. A record of the meeting was taken by the court reporter. That record will be held out of public scrutiny until the resolution of the Craggs Construction Company lawsuit [Case No. 04-CA-1103-15-K], at which time it will be public information. 17. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, the regular meeting was adjourned after the executive session at 12:00 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Larry A. Dale, President & CEO /dmm
The Sanford Herald
P. O. Box 1657
Sanford, Florida 32772 1657
Attn: Patti, Legal Classified
Please publish the following Public Notices one (1) time in the Wednesday edition (July 25, 2007) of the Seminole
Herald Classifieds. Please confirm receipt of this advertisement by email to dcrews@osaa.net.

Notice is hereby given that the Sanford Airport Authority will conduct its August meeting on Tuesday,
August 7, 2007, at 8:30 a.m., at the Sanford Airport Authority Executive Offices Board Room, A.K.
Shoemaker Domestic Terminal, 1200 Red Cleveland Boulevard, Sanford, Florida. Information may be
obtained by contacting the executive offices during normal business hours at (407) 585-4002.
Notice is hereby given that the final agenda item for the meeting will be an Executive Session to
discuss “Sanford Airport Authority vs. Craggs Construction Company” [Case No. 04-CA-1103-15-K].
Participants in the Executive Session will be SAA Board Members G. Geoffrey Longstaff, Clyde H.
Robertson, Tim Donihi, David L. Cattell, Whitey Eckstein, Charles H. Gibson, William R. Miller,
Brindley B. Pieters, and John A. Williams; SAA President/CEO Larry A. Dale, Paul Hechenberger, SAA
General Counsel; John Horan, SAA Litigation Counsel; and a court reporter. All others will be
excluded during the Executive Session.
Please take notice that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Sanford Airport Authority with respect to any matter
considered at the meeting or hearing scheduled herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he
or she 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 based, per Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes. Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in
any of these proceedings should contact the executive offices 48 hours in advance of the meeting at (407) 585-4007.
Larry A. Dale
President & CEO

Certified proof of publication and invoice should be sent to:
Sanford Airport Authority 1200 Red Cleveland Boulevard Sanford, FL 32773 Please do not hesitate to call me at 407.585.4002 if you have any questions. Sincerely, Diane Crews Vice-President of Administration
BOARD MEETING
The regular meeting of the Sanford Airport Authority will be held on Tuesday, August 7, 2007, at 8:30 a.m., at the Sanford Airport Authority Executive Offices Board Room, A.K. Shoemaker Domestic Terminal, 1200 Red Cleveland Boulevard, Sanford, Florida. Information may be obtained by contacting the executive offices during normal business hours at (407) 585-4002. Note: The final agenda item for the meeting will be an Executive Session to discuss “Sanford Airport Authority vs. Craggs Construction Company” [Case No. 04-CA-1103-15-K]. Participants in the Executive Session will be SAA Board Members G. Geoffrey Longstaff, Clyde H. Robertson, Tim Donihi, David L. Cattell, Whitey Eckstein, Charles H. Gibson, William R. Miller, Brindley B. Pieters, and John A. Williams; SAA President/CEO Larry A. Dale, Paul Hechenberger, SAA General Counsel; John Horan, SAA Litigation Counsel; and a court reporter. All others will be excluded during the Executive Session. The Sanford Airport Noise Abatement Committee (SANAC) meeting will be
held on Tuesday, August 14, 2007, at 9:00 a.m., in the Sanford Airport
Authority Executive Offices Board Room, A. K. Shoemaker Domestic
Terminal, 1200 Red Cleveland Boulevard, Sanford, Florida. Scheduling and
information is available by contacting the Vice President of Operations at
(407) 585-4006.

USER GROUP
The Airport User Group meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 14, 2007, at 10:30 a.m., in the Sanford Airport Authority Executive Offices Board Room, A. K. Shoemaker Domestic Terminal, 1200 Red Cleveland Boulevard, Sanford, Florida. Scheduling and information is available by contacting the Vice President of Operations at (407) 585-4006. DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE (DRC)
The Sanford Airport Design Review Committee (DRC) meetings are conducted on the first Wednesday of each month unless otherwise posted. The meeting for Wednesday, August 1, 2007 has been cancelled. Information may be obtained by calling (407) 585-4002. Please take notice that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Sanford Airport Authority with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing scheduled herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she 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 based, per Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes. Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the executive offices 48 hours in advance of the meeting at (407) 585-4021.

Source: http://www.osaa.net/documents/boardminutes/8-7-2007.pdf

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