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Purpose To update the existing master plan To present development options for the airport To create an airport layout plan to document current and future.

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2 Purpose To update the existing master plan To present development options for the airport To create an airport layout plan to document current and future airport conditions To provide information and strategies for obtaining funding

3 Master Plan Components Inventory Aviation activity forecasts Demand/Capacity assessment Facility Requirements Airport alternatives and development plan Airport layout plan Financial plan Public Involvement Environmental overview

4 Public Involvement Ongoing meetings with County staff and airport representatives Stakeholder meetings (5/9 and 5/23) Advisory committee meeting (6/18) Public meeting (7/11) Advisory committee meeting (8/6) Board workshop (11/7) Board action (December/January)

5 Development Options No build Make full improvements to existing airport per the ALP Phased development per the ALP Transfer ownership and management of airport to Tarpine Relocate the airport

6 Things to Think About Current airport activity Almost entire airport is in new FEMA V-Zone (special flood hazard area) Benefits and costs of airports

7 No Build Option Not a true do nothing option – County would still need to remove runway safety area intrusions to remain compliant with FDOT standards (trees, building, berms, poles, etc.) – To remain compliant there would still be land acquisition needed and site modification costs – Existing drainage issue repair – Would likely lead to temporary closure of the airport during the time needed to complete the improvements – Airport must implement recommendation to remain open and operational

8 Airport Layout Plan

9 Airport at Full Build Out Paved runway Fuel facilities Three T-hangar buildings (30 T-hangars, one of which is a maintenance facility) Airport office/FBO Designated helipad Conservation easement and noise buffer Security fencing, lighting, and gates

10 Full Development Option Full development of all recommended enhancements (estimates): – Runway - $3,400,000 – Land acquisition (includes existing T-hangar building) - $1,000,000 – Hangars (two 10 unit hangars) - $1,000,000 – Environmental - $120,000 to $200,000 – Fuel facility - $80,000 – Total Cost: $5,600,000 phased out over several years

11 Phased Development Option Similar to full development, but phased over time based on performance of the airport Phase I – Land acquisition – Total cost: $1,000,000 Phase II (income generating) – Fuel facility – T- hangars – Total Cost: $1,080,000 Phase III – Environmental – Design – Construction – Office/FBO – Total Cost: $5,600,000 phased out over several years

12 Potential Monthly Revenues Based on full build-out and values from similar airports At full build out Fuel price and quantity based on values seen at Quincy Municipal Airport Rent price based on averages seen at similar airports in north Florida Landing fees based on rate discussed with airport manager Business rental fees (Maintenance Facility)

13 Potential Monthly Expenses ExpensesCost per Month Utilities$1, Part-time Employee (20 hours a week at $25,000 per year)$1, Insurance$1, Maintenance$2, Legal$ Office Supplies$1, Random$1, Monthly Total:$8, Yearly Total:$103, Based on values from similar airports Revenue $132,000 – Cost $103,100 = $28,900 (at full build-out)

14 Transfer Airport to Tarpine Option Tarpine, County, and heirs would work out details of transfer of ownership Airport would become private – Two options: Privately Owned, Private-Use Airport Privately Owned, Public-Use Airport Approved by FDOT and FAA – Must meet site approval and registration requirements – Must be in compliance with Chapter 330, F.S. and Chapter 14-60, F.A.C. – Costs associated with transfer of ownership

15 Privately Owned, Private-Use Airport Would be owned by the Tarpine Community There is no requirement for inspection or licensing ( , F.A.C.), the airport just needs to be reviewed for site approval and register with FDOT Tarpine community would be in charge of ownership and maintenance Tarpine would also pay for costs of improvements

16 Privately Owned, Public-Use Airport Would be owned by Tarpine, but would still be open to the public for use Would still need to comply with Floridas inspection and licensing requirements ( , F.A.C.) Essentially the same a public airport, but the Tarpine community would be in charge of ownership and maintenance Tarpine would also pay for costs of improvements

17 Relocation Option Consists of closing one airport and opening another Would still need to address transfer of ownership of the old airport Cost would be far greater than proposed development Airport would take years to open

18 Area Airports

19 Relocate – Airport Comparisons Wakulla County Airport – 2,572 x 69 foot runway – 12 acres – Revenue $1, – Cost $ = (-$2,675.38) – Information received from Greg James, Finance Director, Wakulla County for FY 12/13 Carrabelle – 4,039 x 75 foot runway – 202 acres – Revenue $28,400 – Cost $27,744 = $ – Information received from Courtney Dempsey, City Administrator, City of Carrabelle for FY 12/13 Quincy – 2,684 x 75 foot runway – 212 acres – Revenue $236, – Cost $260, = (-$24,145.77) – Information received from Janice Watson, Airport Administrator, Quincy-Gadsden Airport Authority for FY 12/13 through May

20 Considerations for Relocation Site Selection – 2 years, $200,000 to $300,000 – Tall structures – Schools Environmental – 3 to 5 years, $1,500,000 Compatible land uses (i.e. residential) Design – 2 years, $2,500,000 Construction – 2 year, $10,000,000 – 3 T-hangars - $1,500,000 – 1 maintenance hangar - $500,000 – Office - $250,000 – Parking - $250,000 Total cost: $16,000,000 +/- over approximately 12 years – These represent planning level cost estimates, values may change

21 Options for Board Action Need direction for completion of Master Plan and coordination with FDOT – Do nothing – Make full improvements – Phased development – Wakulla/FDOT assist Tarpine in taking over – Relocate

22 Next Steps Board direction Submit master plan to FAA and FDOT Board action


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