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04/02/2019 06G Acceptance of Passenger Facility Charge Revenues from U.S. Department of TransportationBUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEM ENT 1 Item No. 6.G. For Meeting of: April 2, 2019 ITEM TITLE: Resolution authorizing acceptance of Passenger Facility Charge revenues from U.S. Department of Transportation SUBMITTED BY: Robert K. Peterson, Airport Director, 509-575-6149 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: The Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Program allows the collection of PFC fees at a rate of $4.50 for every boarded passenger at commercial airports controlled by public agencies. These funds can be allocated and used by the City for the financing and construction of capital improvements and as the City's share of matching funds for construction of capital improvements to the Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field and its facilities. Approved Federal Aviation Administration projects include replacement of the airport's runway lighting system, airport beacon, passenger boarding stairs, and security software. These projects will ultimately enhance safety, security, capacity, and passenger experience at the Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field. ITEM BUDGETED: Yes STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Economic Development APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Adopt Resolution BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date 0Resolution 3/15/2019 Type Resolution 2 D Dr,111 Passenger radity Clary° A2211cation 3'20,2019 Backup Material 3 RESOLUTION NO. R -2019- A RESOLUTION authorizing acceptance of Passenger Facility Charge revenues from U.S. Department of Transportation. WHEREAS, the City of Yakima (City) owns and operates an airport and airport facilities known as the Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field; and WHEREAS, the City of Yakima has notified the Federal Aviation Administration of its intent to assess and collect Passenger Facility Charges authorized pursuant to 49 U.S.C. §40177 and 14 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 158 (City of Yakima Application No. PFC-19-18-C-00-YKM); and WHEREAS, pursuant to the City application, federal statute and regulations referenced above, the revenues from the Passenger Facility Charges, up to a maximum of $192,500, can be allocated and used by the City for the financing and construction of capital improvements and as the City's share of matching funds for construction of capital improvements to the Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field and its facilities; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds and determines that such funds should be authorized, collected and used for such uses as stated in City of Yakima Application No. PFC-19-18-C-00-YKM, and that the City Manager should be authorized to prepare, execute, submit and administer any and all applications and documents necessary or appropriate to receive and use such funds for such purposes; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds and determines that such approval and authorization serves the best interests of maintaining the vitality of the Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field as an important City asset, as well as promoting the general health, safety and welfare of the City's residents and those utilizing the Airport; now, therefore BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF YAKIMA: Section 1. The City Council hereby authorizes the receipt and use of funds in the maximum amount of $192,500, or such other amount as may become available from the Passenger Facility Charges authorized pursuant to City of Yakima Application No. PFC-19-18-C-00-YKM and applicable federal laws and regulations, to be used as appropriate by the City of Yakima as a direct source of funding, as well as for City required matching funds, in support of financing programs and grants for designated capital improvement projects for the Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field and its facilities. 1 4 Section 2. The City Manager is hereby authorized to prepare, execute, submit and administer applications and documents necessary or appropriate to secure the funding authorized pursuant to Section 1 above, and to secure financing funds and grants using such funds as appropriate for City required matching funds for capital improvement projects for the Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field and its facilities. ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this 2nd day of April, 2019. ATTEST: Sonya Clear Tee, City Clerk 2 Kathy Coffey, Mayor Federal Aviation Administration U S Department of Transportation Application Type (Check all that apply) a. Impose PFC Charges b, Use PFC Revenue c. Amend PFC No. 5 OMB Approved 2120-0557 Exp 9/30/2017 PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGE (PFC) APPLICATION F USE ONLY Date Received PFC Number PART I 2. Public Agency Name, Address, and Contact Person Agency Name City of Yakima Address 2406 W Washington Ave, Suite B City, State, ZIP Yakima, WA 98903 Contact Person Kris Yalovich 3. Airport(s) to Use Yakima Air Terminal — McAllister Field 4. Consultation Dates a. Date of Written Notice to Air Carriers: 2/20/19 b. Date of Consultation Meeting with Air Carriers:3/25/2019 c. Date of Public 2/20/2019 Notice PART II Cha, a. Airport to Impose b Level c. Total Estimated PFC Revenue by Level ❑ $1.00 ❑ $2:00 ❑ $3.00 Impose Use 4.00/, $4.50 Impose $192,500 Use $192,500 d. Proposed Effective Date: 8/1/18 e. Estimated Expiration Date: 9/1/19 PART III Attachments (Cttpok all that Apply) a b. c, d. e; g• h. Attached 1.F1 E Submitted with Application Number Document ❑ Airport Capital Improvement Plan O Project Information (Attachment B) ❑ Air Carrier Consultation and Public Notice Information ❑ Request to Exclude Class(es) of Carriers ❑ Alternative Uses/Projects ❑ Competition Plan/Update ❑ ALP/Airspace/Environmental O Notice of Intent Project Information PART IV 7. With respect to this PFC application I hereby certify as follows: To the best of my knowledge and belief, all data in this application are true and correct; This application has been duly authorized by the governing body of the public agency; The public agency will comply with the assurances (Appendix A to Part 158) if the application is approved; For those projects for which approval to use PFC revenue is requested, all applicable ALP approvals, airspace determinations, and environmental reviews required by the National Environmental Policy Act have been completed. If required, the public agency has submitted a competition plan in accordance with 49 U.S,C. 47106(0; and If required by 49 U.S.C. 40117(d)(4), adequate provision for financing the airside needs, including runways, taxiways, aprons, and gates, has been made by the public agency. a.: Typed Name of Authorized Representative Cliff Moore b. Title City. Manager c. Telephone Number 509-575-6149 d; E-mail Address cliff.moore@yakimawa,gov e. Fax Number 509-575-6185 1 Signature of Authorized Representative g. Date Signed Paperwork Reduction Act Burden Statement: A federal agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with a collection of information subject to the requirements of the Paperwork Reduction Act unless that collection of information displays a currently valid OMB Control Number. The OMB Control Number for this information collection is 2120-0557_ Public reporting for this collection of information is estimated to be approximately 5-80 hours per response, depending on the complexity of the PFC collection. The use of the form is required to obtain FAA approval of authority to collect PFC revenue (49 U.S.C. 40117(c)) The FAA will use collected data to determine eligibility for collecting PFC revenues for airport development projects related to safety, security, or capacity of the national air transportation system; or which reduce noise or mitigate noise impacts resulting from an airport; or furnish opportunities for enhanced competition between or among air carriers No assurance of confidentiality is necessary or provided. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden to the FAA at: 800 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC 20591, Attn: Information Collection Clearance Officer, ASP -110: FAA Form 5500-1 (8-17) Supersedes Previous Edition major components Fill in all shaded areas, and break projects i H ro va Z;t c1 c E v E 32 ro >-, w u c • 0 a o m Et o B. a o • C3. o a. J E M E4s PFC Revenue 0 69 0 69 oao 0 co m 0 0 0 ix) ao v aft d v Q ci Cta o 0) 0[ N 6 shaded areas CN 11 Terminal Information Post-PFC Action Ts ISO shd c CM 0 ca O L_ ca 0 I— • 0 a) • '0 •—• 2 tu 0 0 sn w a) 0 eir) CO CO ZS-) SS ES N CSI C`d I... 4.... CO ZOS- CsS 0 10, E 0. 33 8 00 m0 e - co District Office 7 Project Description Printed: 2/20/2019, 11:44 AM Page 3: Fill in all shaded areas LU tvoE c 44 E co 44 a. E 44 44 ,c) To. ce c g (Jo04 :=3 o o o >, u*) co Fi to ce < 40 444 4, 46 40 viv v t• 014 ijijUtrotjtj 0. tjti 41.4 11, 1/, 744 (13 7.1 [14 al 4, 4,1 1,1 1,1 1./1 t/1 a, 04 Ol 4)040 CO 04 Submit this worksheet with FAA Form 5500.1 !fyou have any questions about this worksheet, please contact your local Airports District Office 8 Disagreement Printed: 2/20/2019, 11:44 AM Page 4: Fill in shaded area I t) m GI (1- Z ci c E 4) -o c® 11) E a) 0 10 0. a) 0) 2.5 N ei CL tik 0:1:0'10 r'r1,0ir rit t t t. tl* 010? gl 9J 9.) Q./ a, a, CV (LI 713 --a-, 73 -Q-.1 'Tr -a-, Tv' 7, -a, --trl 1/1 1/1 VI VI V) 1/1 L/3 Lfl ,../1 1/1 t/I (fl 11) l/1 r•r.r r•r r ttt-t L/1 V) V) L/1 1/) ,./1 c E 0') 10 0. 11) ce co ID m 0 0 01 c) 0. 1 0) ID 01 a, ID 0,14 1/1 t/1 t/1 0)? (YI 0.3 CL/ 01, (11 cu ti tttttjti 9) 9.1 .1) Z Z1)71-3 1./1 1/1 L/1 1/1 0)1 • 0)) (0 (".. CO Submit this worksheet with FAA Form 5500.1 District Office If you have any questions about this worksheet, please contact your local Airpo 9 Environmental & Non-AIP Just Printed: 2/20/2019, 11:44 AM Page 5: For FAA Use 09 c a) E E 0 O • CO 3 c.) ,C0 `13 • C 04 2 re • ,o to 45 0 :0- 0 3114 0 0) c CO 0 333 a) 0 64 31) E 31) a_ 30 c 30 33) E 0 0 (33 0. 03 1.7.1 cy) 0 co co 0 c a) E (33 Ta. Ct 0 0 30 t 0 0. st- $0.00 Select V, 0 0 15 1 5 1.1/4 5 5 t 3) 1 5 13) 4.1 9) 9.1 9.) 0..) 4:11 CL) 1f1 t.n 1./1 Lil V) 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 oo oo o 0 0 0 0 0 0 ci Cf3 (.ft Cf3 (114 643 3f3 C13 (114 tr) cD r -- 0 10 FAA Findings & Comments Printed: 2/20/2019, 11:44 AM ATTACHMENT G: AIRPORT LAYOUT PLAN (ALP), AIRSPACE, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FINDINGS ALL PROJECTS FOR WHICH IMPOSE AND USE OR USE AUTHORITY IS REQUESTED IN THE APPLICATION MUST BE LISTED UNDER EACH TYPE OF FINDING BELOW. *****FOR FAA USE********************************************************************************************* PFG Application Number: ******************************************************************************************************************* ALP Findings 1. Current ALP approval date: May 1, 2015 List proposed project(s) shown on this ALP: Construction phase: crack and fog seal Runway 9/27 and HIRL replacement. 2. List proposed project(s) not required to be shown on an ALP: - Acquire air stairs - Upgrade security software *****FOR FAA USE********************************************************************************************** Public agency information confirmed? YES [ ] PARTIALLY [ ] NO [ ] For each project which the ADO/R0 disagrees with the public agency's finding, discuss the reason(s) for the FAA's nonconcurrance below. ** Airspace Findings_ 1. FAA Airspace finding date: May 7, 2014 (2014-ANM-396-NRA) List proposed project(s) covered by this finding: Design, engineer, and crack and fog seal Runway 9/27, 2. List proposed project(s) not required to have an airspace determination Acquire air stairs *****FOR FAA USE********************************************************************************************** Public agency information confirmed? YES [ ] PARTIALLY [ ] NO [ ] For each project which the ADO/RO disagrees with the public agency's finding, discuss the reason(s) for the FAA's nonconcurrance below. ******************************************************************************************************************* III. Environmental Findings List proposed project(s) which are categorically excluded from the requirement for formal environmental review: Design, engineer, crack and fog seal Runway 9/27, HIRL replacement, Acquire air stairs, Upgrade security software 1. Date of FAA Finding of No Significant Impact: November 27, 2018 List proposed project(s) covered by this finding: Same as (111.1) 2. Date of FAA environmental record of decision: List proposed project(s) covered by this finding: *****FOR FAA USE********************************************************************************************* Public agency information confirmed? YES [ ] PARTIALLY [ ] NO [ ] For each project which the ADO/RO disagrees with the public agency's finding, discuss the reason(s) for the FAA's nonconcurrance below. ******************************************************************************************************************* Application Reviewed by: Name Routing Symbol Date 11 February 20, 2019 12 2406 W. Washington Ave, Suite B Yakima, Washington 98903 (509) 575-6149 (509) 575-6185 FAX To: Air Carriers with significant business interesoperating at the Yakima Air Terminal, including but not Iimited to: Joost Vlek Manager, Airport Real Estate Alaska Airlines Real Estate POBox 889OO SEAPZ Seattle, WA 08168'0900 askaa1cc0n Dan Rivard, ContracServices Adhoc MN Airlines/Sun Country Airlines 2005 Cargo Road Minneapolis, MN 55450 Dan rivard@suncountry corn Debra Wampler, Senior Accountant Swift Air, LLC 202 Centreport Dr, Suite 400 Greensboro, C 27409 Subject: Notice of Intent to submit an application to the Federal Aviation Administration to use a Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) for various projects at the Yakima Air Terminal, and Notice of Consultation Meeting. In accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR), 14 CFR Part 158.23, the Yakima Air Terminal is obligated to inform in writing, the air carriers operating at Yakima of its intent to submit an application to the FAA for authority to impose a PFC prior to the submission ofthe application to the FAA, This correspondence will fulfill this requirement, and the outline will follow Part 158.23(a) and (b). PROJECT TITLE Air Stairs SIDA area security software. Matching funds for an AIP Pavement and Lighting Rehabilitation for Runway 09-27 HIRL and paved shoulder repair Airport beacon replacement PFC FUNDSFUNDS 30,000 35,000 112,500 15,000! Word/PFC Application/airline notice AIPS TOTAL 0 30,000 0 1.012.500 AIP Grant NA 30,000 NA 1.126,000 0 15,000 NA Project Justification Replacement of depreciated equipment. Primary use is for diversion aircraft as well as scheduled charters. Updates to the access control software to ensure compatibility with City of Yakima security Primary runway Iighting is beyond its useful Iife expectancy. Pavement upkeep ensures compliance with the FAA pavement maintenance requirement. The airport beacon is required by FAR 14 CFR Part 139. The current beacon is fully depreciated. Project Project Start End Date Date 7/1/19 6/1/21 7/1/19 12U5;9 3/31/20 11/1/20 7/1/19 12/31/19 13 158.23(a)(2) 1, PFC level to be charged will be $4.50. 2. The proposed charge effective date is estimated to be 7/1/19 3. The proposed charge expiration date is estimated to be 6/1/20 4. The estimated total PFC revenue will be $192,500. 158.23(a)(3) 1. The Yakima Air Terminal will request that air taxi/commercial operators be exempt from the charge. 2. CY2017 ACAIS Database ATCO - Nonscheduled/On-Demand Air Carriers, filing FAA Form 1800-31 Seneca Flight Operation, 3 ATCO Total 3 FFC-Foreign Air Carriers filingt-100(f) London Air Services Limited (140) FFC Total 16 16 3. This class of carriers enplaned 19 passengers in 2017. This represents .1% of the total reported enplanements of 71,547. 158.23(a)(4) Consultation Meeting: In accordance with 158.23(a)(4), the airport will hold Air Carrier Consultation Meeting at 9:00 AM, March 25, 2019 at the Airport Administration Office, 2406 West Washington Ave, Suite B, Yakima, WA 98903. If any additional project information presents itself, it will be available at that time. By utilizing the PFC's funds we will be able to complete these needed projects in a timely manner. If you have any questions about this request, please don't hesitate to call. Sincerely, Robert Peterson Airport Director Pc: FAA, Seattle ADO Word/PFC Application/airline notice Public Notices FLY YKM Yakima Air Terminal — McAllister Field PFC Application Public Notice This announcement serves as the public notice of intent to submit an application to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to impose and use aPassenger Facility Charge (PFC)for various projects pdthe Yakima Air Terminal (YKM). General information is included in the Air Carrier Notification letter as is general project infornnotion, justification, estimated costs, etc. The Air Carrier Consultation Meeting is scheduled for March 25, 2019. Written public comments will be accepted until close of business, March 20, 2019. Comments should be sent to: Airport Director, 24O6VVWashington Ave, Suite B. Yakima, WA 98903. ATTN: PFC-18 Collection Comments. The PFC ProQramn, allowing an airport to collect $4.50 from each qualified passenger for approved airport prjeotsioa||ovvedunderFederalAviaUonRm8u|abon(FAR). Title 14 Code of Federal Regu|odono, Part 158. Part 158 is available and may be viewed on the FAA's website (www.faa.gov). Below is a description of the projects as outlined in CFR 158.23(a)(1) In accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR), 14 CFR Part 158.23. the Yakima Air Terminaf is oblioted to inform in writing, the air carriers operating at Yakima of its intent to submit an application to the FAA for authority to impose a PFC prior to the submission of the application to the FAA. This correspondence will fuIfiII this requirement, and the outline will follow Part 158.23(a) and (b).158.23(a)(1) In accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR), 14 CFR Part 158.23, the Yakima Air Termina( is obligated to inform in writing, the air carriers operating at Yakima of its intent to submit an application to the FAA for authority to impose a PFC prior to the submission of the application to the FAA. This correspondence will fulfill this naquinannent, and the outline will follow Part 158.23(a) and (b). https://flyylumcom/public-notices/ 2/20/2019 Public Notices FLY YKM P JE AIPS AIP TOTALTITLE Page52 of 5 Project pj Project Justification SL FUNDS Grant —— Start End Date Dat€ YAKMA'S BEST ',NAY TO TP.AVF,z, Air Stairs 30,000 0 Replacement of depreciated equipment. Primary 30.000 7/1/19 8/1/: use is for diversion aircraft as well as scheduled charters. Updates to the G|DAarga access co – l software to ensure security 35.000 0 35.000 NA 7/1/19 12/1 compatibility with City software. of Yakima security software. Matching Primary runway funds for an Iighting is beyond its AIP Pavement useful life and Lighting expectancy. Rehabilitation Pavement upkeep 112.500 1.O12.5OO 1.125.00U 3/31/20 11/1 for Runway ensures compliance 09-27 HIRL with the FAA and paved pavement shoulder maintenance repair requirement. The airport beacon is Airport required by FAR 14 beacon 15.000 0 15.000 NA CFR Part 139. The 7/1/19 12/3 replacement current beacon is fully depreciated. Totals $192,500 1,012,500 1,205,000 158 23(e)C8 1. PFClevel b»becharged will ba$4.5O. 2. The proposed charge effective date is estimated to be 7/1/19. 3. The proposed charge expiration date is estimated to be 6/1/20 4. The estimated total PFC revenue will be $192.000. https://flyykm.com/public-notices/ 2/20/2019 Public Notices 1 FLY YKM Pagq63 of 5 opera 3 CY201- inal will request that air taxi/commercial mot from the charge. Database ed/On-Demand Air Carriers, filing FAA Form Seneca Fli.h O. eraton. ATCO Total FFC-Foreign Air Carriers filingt-100(f) London Air Services Limited 14Q FFC Total 3 16 16 3. This class of carriers enplaned 19 passengers in 2017. This represents .1% of the total reported enplanements of 71,547. 4. Historically, this class of carriers has compromise less than 1% of the total boarding's and collection of the PFC would be unduly burdensome to these carriers. PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Yakima — Yakima Air Terminal -McAllister Field hereby announces its fiscal year 2018 goal of 3.73% and fiscal years 2019, 2020, and 2021 goal of 3.15% for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) airport construction Contracts. The proposed goals and rationale is available for inspection between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at the Yakima Air Terminal — McAllister Field's Administration Office for 30 days from the date of this publication. A conference call to review the DBE plan and goal will be July 17, 2018 at 10:OOam. If interested in participating, please contact Robert Peterson, DBELO rob.peterson@yakimawa.gov or 509-575-6149, for meeting information. Comments on the DBE goal will be accepted for 30 calendar days from the date of this publication and can be sent to Robert Peterson, Airport Director, 2406 W. Washington Ave, Suite B, Yakima, WA, 98903 or rob.peterson@yakimawa.gov : https://flyykm.com/public-notices/ 2/20/2019