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<br />e <br /> <br />In describing the additive options, the following areas were covered: <br /> <br />east-face expansion (front entrance area). <br />additional bay to ticket areas. <br />covered boarding. <br />loading bridges/stairs. <br />covered walkways/parking extension. <br />business center/observation area (second level.) <br /> <br />The second level business center/observation area would include some rentable <br />space. Ms. McCarty suggested that private funds be solicited to cover the <br />expense of the meeting room. Mr. Hanson asked about the demand for meeting <br />space, and Mr. Shelby said he would get this information. Mr. Holmer had an <br />interest in eventual installation of escalators; Mr. Obie had a concern that <br />the size of the business center meeting room may not be large enough. <br />Ms. Wooten was interested in retail space potential. Mr. Hanson suggested <br />that a small conference room (adjacent to the restaurant), be considered as <br />part of the plan. Ms. Wooten suggested that a survey be done to determine if <br />there is a need for more commercial and/or retail space. <br /> <br />Ms. Wooten asked for passenger boarding projections in 1990, and Mr. Shelby <br />said it is estimated that there would be 650,000 total passenger movements <br />by 1983. <br /> <br />e <br /> <br />Mr. Smith continued with more detailed drawings of sheltered boarding plans, <br />interior views of ticketing counters, the covered parking structure, sheltered <br />boarding, and several elevations of exterior terminal views. <br /> <br />Ms. Wooten asked for an explanation of the financial implications. Mr. Shelby <br />said that there could be upwards of $4 million from the Federal government. A <br />consultant is currently developing a financing package from projected airport <br />expenditures and revenues. The financing package will not include income from <br />new taxation unless so directed by the council. Both the financial package <br />and a refined plan will come back to the City Council. <br /> <br />The meeting was recessed from 6:25 to 6:35 p.m. <br /> <br />II. STATE AND FEDERAL RELATIONS (background information distributed) <br /> <br />Ms. Miller gave an overview of staff activities with regard to more Council <br />involvement in intergovernmental relations, as detailed in her memo dated <br />May 10. <br /> <br />In reviewing the 1985 State legislative session work plan, the following comments <br />were made: <br /> <br />send letters of congratulations after the general election only. <br />do summer one-on-one meetings with key legislators. <br />schedule a candidates' forum to focus on metro issues prior to the <br />election. (It was suggested that this be held in September.) <br /> <br />- <br /> <br />MINUTES--Eugene City Council Dinner Meeting <br /> <br />May 14, 1984 <br /> <br />Page 2 <br />