Port of Seattle
Commission           Port of Seattle 
Commission Chambers 
P69, 2711 Alaskan Way 
Bill Bryant                 Seattle, WA 98111 
John Creighton 
Patricia Davis              REGULAR MEETING 
Lloyd Hara 
Gael Tarleton             Date: June 9, 2009 
Chief Executive Officer      ORDER OF BUSINESS 
Tay Yoshitani                   1:00 p.m.   1.  Call to Order 
Recess to: 
Web site:                            2.  Executive Session, if necessary*                         Call to Order or reconvene to Open Public Session 
3.  Approval of Minutes 
E-mail:                                  4.  Special Order of Business 
Commission-records                   5.  Unanimous Consent Calendar**                        6.  Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items 
7.  Staff Briefings 
Port Commission                        8.  New Business 
(206) 728-3034                          9.  Policy Roundtables 
Meeting and Agenda                     10. Adjournment 
(206) 728-3222           1.  CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 
Port of Seattle: 
2.  EXECUTIVE SESSION* - Pursuant to RCW 42.30.110, if necessary. 
Creating Economic 
Vitality Here 
Business Strategies 
Approval of minutes for the Special Joint Meeting with the Port of Tacoma of April 30; and the Special 
for 2003-2007: 
Meeting of May 5, 2009. 
Ensure Airport and
Seaport Vitality             4.  SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS 
Develop New Business
and Economic            None. 
Opportunities for the 
Region and the Port        5.  UNANIMOUS CONSENT CALENDAR** 
Enhance Public
Understanding and         Notice: There will be no separate discussion of Consent Calendar items as they are considered
Support of the Port's         routine by the Port of Seattle Commission and will be adopted by one motion. If a Commissioner or
Role in the Region          a member of the public requests discussion on a particular item, that item will be removed from the
Be a Catalyst for           Consent Calendar and considered separately 
Regional Transportation
* An Executive Session may be held at any time after the convening time, if necessary. 
Be a Leader in
** Unless otherwise requested by a Port Commissioner, all items under the Unanimous Consent Calendar will be considered as a 
Transportation Security         single item. 
Exhibit Environmental      *** Cellular telephones and pagers should be off or on vibrate mode during the Public Session. 
Stewardship through 
our Actions 
Be a High Performance

AGENDA - Port Commission Regular Meeting, June 9, 2009                                          Page 2 
a.   Approval of outstanding Claims and Obligations for the period of May 1 through May 31, 2009 in the amount of $43,252,689. (memo 
b.   Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to increase the scope to include construction of an underground infrastructure connection
to service the future runway 16C/34C Runway Status Lights system required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as part of
the runway 16L/34R reconstruction project, for an estimated cost of $60,000; and to use the active Icon Materials contract for the
runway 16L/34R reconstruction to complete this work within the current authorized budget and reimbursable by the FAA. (memo 
c.   Authorization to enter into individual Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts for Real Estate Services, Cranes, Docks,
Buildings, Infrastructure and Project Management services to be used to support Seaport, Real Estate, Aviation and Capital
Development Divisions Service Directives. Total amount for all contracts will not exceed $5,000,000. (memo enclosed) 
d.   Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a group of IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) Service
Agreements to support the seven scopes of work for the Engineering Department. (memo enclosed) 
e.   Authorization for the General Counsel to enter into a Stipulation for Immediate Use and Possession of Port property being condemned
by the City of Des Moines, Washington. (memo enclosed) 
a.   Resolution No. 3619 Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing the issuance and sale of Revenue Bonds, Series 2009A and
Series 2009B in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $425,000,000. (memo enclosed) 
b.   Resolution No. 3620 Second Reading and Final Passage. Authorizing the issuance and sale of Subordinate Lien Revenue Bond
Anticipation Note, 2009 in the principal amount of not to exceed $100,000,000. (memo enclosed) 
c.   Resolution No. 3621 First Reading. Authorizing the issuance and sale of CFC Revenue Bond Anticipation Note, 2009 in the principal
amount of not to exceed $100,000,000. (no memo) 
d.   Resolution No. 3617 Second Reading and Final Passage. 1.) Declaring surplus and no longer needed for Port purposes, nine parcels
of Port-owned real property located in SeaTac, Washington, which are needed by Washington State Department of Transportation
(WSDOT) for future SR509 expansion to Interstate 5 and authorizing transfer of said parcels to WSDOT in exchange for WSDOT
Properties and certain airspace leases needed for current and future Aviation projects; and 2.) Authorization for the Chief Executive
Officer to enter into a long-term ground lease for a total of 6.16 acres in the vicinity of the Tyee Valley Golf Course. (memo enclosed) 
e.   Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an Agreed Order with the Washington Department of Ecology, issued under the
Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), for environmental investigation of and evaluation of remediation methods for the Lora Lake
Apartments property. (memo enclosed) 
f. Authorization for the Transmittal of the Port of Seattle's State Auditor's Office Annual Report Summary for the Performance Audit
Report, Port of Seattle Construction Management from the Chief Executive Officer to the Port Commission as required by RCW
43.09.470; and request for the authorization for the Commission President to submit the report to the State Auditor's office. (memo 
and Tay Yoshitani Letter enclosed) 
g.   Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute this new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the International
Brotherhood of Teamsters Local Union No. 117 representing Credential Specialists. (memo enclosed) 
a.   Capital Improvement Projects Report for the First Quarter 2009. (memo and PowerPoint enclosed) 
Continued on next page

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1.    Any person wishing to speak at a Port Commission meeting must register on a sign-up sheet and identify the specific agenda item to which he/she will speak before the
agenda item commences. 
2.    The Commission does not generally take public testimony for non-action agenda items such as "Staff Briefings" or Work Session presentations, but may do so at the
discretion of the Commission Chair. 
3.    An individual may testify on an agenda item for up to three minutes. Organization representatives may testify for up to five minutes. 
4.    Any person wishing to speak on a topic not appearing on an agenda may sign up to speak under "New Business". All testimony provided under "New Business" is limited to
three minutes. 
5.    In the interests of time, the Commission Chair may limit the number of persons speaking on any topic or may limit testimony to those having new information or material to
6.    The Commission Chair may alter the time allotments for testimony to ensure that more speakers have an opportunity to be heard. 
7.    The identity of each testifier will be noted in the meeting minutes. An individual or organization representative may have the text of his/her remarks appended to the
Commission minutes by submitting a written text at, or before, the meeting. The appended written text will be preserved permanently. 
8.    A digital audio recording of the public testimony is on file in Port offices. Digital audio recordings are retained in Port offices for six years and then transferred to State
Archives. A charge is assessed for duplication or transcription. 
9.    The Commission does not engage in discussion or debate with testifiers during commission meetings.  Questions and requests for information or documents may be
addressed to Port staff or to individual Commissioners outside of Commission meetings. (Revised September 14, 2007)

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