/, Minutes/March 21, 2018 – Regular Board Meeting Minutes

MINUTES OF THE
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
REGULAR MEETING
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
5:00 p.m.
CIAA Board Room/ 3650 Sen. J. Bennett Johnston Avenue/Lake Charles, LA 70615

ATTENDANCE

Commissioners Present:
Mr. Charles K. Dalgleish, President
Mrs. Denise Rau, Secretary/Treasurer
Mr. James G. Gobert, Commissioner
Mr. Bill Hankins, Commissioner
Mr. Kenneth W. Nabours, Commissioner

Commissioners Absent:
Mr. Andrew D. Hankins, Vice President
Mr. Rico Guillory, Sr., Commissioner

Others Present:
Mr. Randy Robb, Executive Director
Mr. Gerald Theunissen, Consultant
Mr. Robert Kleinschmidt, Legal Counsel
Ms. Loretta Hanks, Director of Finance
Mr. Madwight Gallien, Director of Operations
Mr. John McMullen, Director of Maintenance
Ms. Andrea LaFleur, Executive Assistant/Recording Secretary
Mr. Ricky Hall, KSA
Mr. John Bradford
Mr. Peter O’Carroll, O’Carroll Group

CALL TO ORDER
President Dalgleish called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. Following the Pledge of
Allegiance, roll was called and a quorum was established as indicated above.

PROPOSED AGENDA
President Dalgleish requested additions, deletions, and amendments to the proposed agenda
and Mr. Robb announced that there were none to report.

ANNOUNCEMENTS/REPORTS
Mr. Robb reported that he briefed and guided a tour of Chennault for Mr. Brad Lambert,
Deputy Secretary of LED. Mr. Robb reported that site visits were provided for
representatives of prospective developers – CBRE, Cushman Wakefield, Patriot
Construction, Welcome Group, and Sterling Properties. Mr. Robb reported that the FAA
Part 139 Inspection was completed with not discrepancies. Mr. Robb reported that a
meeting was held with the Boeing team from Seattle to discuss potential test activity for
Boeing aircraft at Chennault. Mr. Robb reported that we hosted the Southwest Louisiana
Leadership Group and provided a brief and tour of Chennault.
Mr. Theunissen gave a brief summary as to the activity with the State Legislature.

MINUTE APPROVAL
PRESIDENT DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE
PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD SHOW THERE IS NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC.
MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. GOBERT, SECONDED BY MR. NABOURS, AND
CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE FEBRUARY
21, 2018 REGULAR MEETING.

DOTD – RECONSTRUCT BLAST PAD
Mr. Robb stated that the resolution will authorize him to accept the grant, submit reports,
and sign reimbursement requests for the project to Reconstruct the Blast Pad for Runway 33.
Mr. Robb stated that DOTD will fund ten percent of the cost of the project. PRESIDENT
DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC. LET
THE RECORD SHOW THERE IS NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC. MOTION
WAS MADE BY MR. B. HANKINS, SECONDED BY MR. NABOURS, AND
CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO ADOPT A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TO ACCEPT A GRANT OFFER FROM THE
LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND DEVELOPMENT FOR
THE PROJECT TO RECONSTRUCT BLAST PAD FOR RUNWAY 33, AND TO
SIGN ALL APPLICATIONS, FORMS, GRANT AGREEMENTS, ASSURANCES,
REPORTS AND REIMBURSEMENT REQUESTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE
GRANT.

KSA ALLIANCE – TASK ORDER CWF.005 – AMENDMENT #1
RECONSTRUCT RUNWAY 33 BLAST PAD
Mr. Robb stated that Amendment No. 1 to Task Order #CWF.005 is to provide construction
administration, construction surveying, resident project representative, construction material
testing and commissioning service for the project to Reconstruction Runway 33 Blast Pad.
PRESIDENT DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE
PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD SHOW THERE IS NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC.
MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. GOBERT, SECONDED BY MRS. RAU AND
CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO AUTHORIZE THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TO
ENTER INTO AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO TASK ORDER #CWF.005 WITH KSA
ALLIANCE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION PHASE OF THE PROJECT TO
RECONSTRUCT RUNWAY 33 BLAST PAD.

JOSEPH A. DELAFIELD –
EXCESS REVENUE CERTIFICATES
Mr. Robb stated that Mr. Delafield’s invoice is for services and expenses for the Excess
Revenue Certificates through March 1, 2018 for the Mallard Cove Relocation Project.
PRESIDENT DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE
PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD SHOW THAT THERE IS NO INPUT FROM THE
PUBLIC. MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. GOBERT, SECONDED BY MRS. RAU
AND CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO APPROVE THE PAYMENT OF JOSEPH A.
DELAFIELD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, INVOICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FOR THE EXCESS REVENUE CERTIFICATES IN THE AMOUNT OF $48,035.70.

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER ROOF REPLACEMENT
Mr. Robb stated that the current roof on the Tower is a felt roof and is deteriorating. Mr.
Robb stated that this project is a preventative maintenance for roof leaks and there will be
drainage improvements done as well. PRESIDENT DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE
WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD SHOW THERE IS
NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC. MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. NABOURS,
SECONDED BY MR. B. HANKINS, AND CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO
AUTHORIZE THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TO AWARD A CONTRACT TO THE
RESPONSIBLE LOW BIDDER, MORCORE ROOFING, LLC, IN THE AMOUNT
OF $42,500.00 FOR THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER ROOF
REPLACEMENT.

BUILDING 3101 AIR CONDITION CONTROLS UPGRADE
Mr. Robb stated the current controls are specific to Carrier products and are obsolete and not
working. Mr. Robb stated that the new controls will be replaced with universal controls
which will allow our maintenance department to maintain. PRESIDENT DALGLEISH
ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD
SHOW THERE IS NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC. MOTION WAS MADE BY
MR. NABOURS, SECONDED BY MRS. RAU, AND CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO
AUTHORIZE THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TO PREPARE PLANS AND
SPECIFICATIONS FOR AND SOLICIT FOR AND OPEN BIDS FOR BUILDING
3101 AIR CONDITION CONTROLS UPGRADE.

HANGAR “D” FOAM BLADDER REPAIR
Mr. Robb stated that the foam bladder tank in Hangar “D” is in need of repair due to the
foam leaking into the water system. PRESIDENT DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE
WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD SHOW THERE IS
NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC. MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. GOBERT,
SECONDED BY MR. NABOURS, AND CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO
AUTHORIZE THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TO PREPARE PLANS AND
SPECIFICATIONS FOR AND ADVERTISE FOR AND OPEN BIDS FOR HANGAR
“D” FOAM BLADDER REPAIR.

EXECUTIVE SESSION
PRESIDENT DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE
PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD SHOW THERE IS NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC.
MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. NABOURS, SECONDED BY MRS. RAU, AND
CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO ENTER INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION TO
DISCUSS PERSONNEL MATTERS. The commissioners began the Executive Session at
5:18 p.m.

REGULAR SESSION
PRESIDENT DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE
PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD SHOW THERE IS NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC.
MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. B. HANKINS, SECONDED BY MRS. RAU, AND
CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO RECONVENE THE REGULAR SESSION. The
Regular Session was reconvened at 6:34 p.m. with no action taken during the Executive
Session.

ADJOURNMENT
PRESIDENT DALGLEISH ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY INPUT FROM THE
PUBLIC. LET THE RECORD SHOW THERE IS NO INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC.
MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. NABOURS, SECONDED BY MRS. RAU, AND
CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY TO ADJOURN THE MEETING. With no further
business to come before the Commissioners, President Dalgleish declared the meeting
adjourned at 6:34 p.m.

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