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cEWP�RT CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH <br />° ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AFFAIRS <br />z <br />COMMITTEE <br />Approved 02 -14 -03 <br />Minutes of the Environmental Quality Affairs Citizens Advisory Committee held at the City <br />Council Chambers, 3300 Newport Boulevard, on, January 13, 2003. <br />Members Present <br />Robert Hawkins, Chairperson <br />Steve Bromberg Mayor <br />Barry Allen <br />Gary Borquez <br />Gus Chabre <br />Gale Demmer <br />Barry Eaton, Vice Chairman <br />Carol Hoffman <br />Tom Hyans <br />Elaine Linhoff <br />Staff Reoresentatives <br />Sharon Wood, Assistant City Manager <br />Members Not Present <br />John Heffernan, Council Member <br />Laura Dietz <br />The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. <br />Phillip Lugar <br />Jim Miller <br />Marge Pantzar <br />Nancy Raney <br />Richard Rivett <br />Cris Trapp <br />Louis Von Dyl <br />Christopher Welsh <br />Jennifer Winn <br />Niki Kallikounis, Department Assistant <br />Ray Halowski <br />Richard Oberriter <br />1. Barry Eaton moved to approve the minutes with a change. A committee member <br />seconded the motion. Motion passes. <br />2. Discussion of John Wayne Settlement Agreement and Correspondence from the FAA — <br />Robert Burnham, City Attorney <br />Robert Burnham presented a brief history of the Settlement Agreement and noted that <br />the City Council, SPON, the Airport Working Group and the County approved <br />amendments to the Settlement Agreement consistent with Scenario I., which is a 9.8 <br />million annual passenger cap; a 10 -year extension, the term of the Agreement would go <br />out to 2015, although the curfew provisions extended out to 2020; an increase in noise <br />regulated departures from 73 (current level) to 85; passenger departures with an <br />increase of 2 cargo flights, currently there are 2 cargo operations out of JWA and the <br />Board changed Scenario I to make it 4 cargo flights; an increase from the current 14 <br />gates to 18 gates, and the increases in flights and passengers engaged would be <br />effective January 1, 2003. The Agreement that was reached June 25 was reached <br />without input from the FAA or the air carriers. <br />Late in August, as a result of a series of discussions that occurred in the middle of <br />August, the air carriers came to the County and stated they would be willing to support <br />the issuance of a letter by the FAA that would confirm that the amendments are <br />