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Gabreski Airport Lease Screening Committee
Revised Summary of May 20, 2005, Meeting

[This memo, prepared by the airport's business manager, summarizes the Lease Screening Committee meeting of May 20, 2005. Appended to it are copies of nine resolutions granting preliminary approval for various projects at the airport; seven of these cover hangar construction and establishment of new "fixed base operations." The most significant part of the document (highlighted in red) is a proposal to amend these resolutions to exempt all the projects from environmental review!]

Suffolk County Department of Economic Development & Workforce Housing
Aviation Division - Francis S. Gabreski Airport
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978
Phone 631-852-8095 o Fax 631-852-8092


To: Airport Lease Screening Committee Members

From: Neil Toomb

Date: 08/24/05

Subject: Revised Summary of 05/20/O5 meeting

The following is a revised summary of the items from the last meeting.

If there are any questions I can be reached at 852-8115.

ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS:

ELECTION OF VICE CHAIR

The committee voted on electing a Vice Chair for 2005.
Committee Action
Motion by Brian Herrington to nominate Carolyn Fahey.
Second by B.J. McCartan.
Motion approved 7-0-0-1. (Absent Tom DeMayo).

UPDATE: SCPD MEDIVAC PLANS
Ken Phaelan from DPW and Tony Ceglio updated the committee regarding the site plan for the Suffolk County Police Department Medivac hangar.

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES 03/16/05
Committee Actions

Motion by Carolyn Fahey to accept minutes with the errata sheet.
Second by Fran Siems.
Motion approved 7-0-U-I (Absent Toni DeMayo)

TABLED ITEMS:

I.G.N. INVESTMENT GROUP (G&L PAVING)

Committee Actions
Motion by Brian Herrington to table subject to call.
Second by Carolyn Fahey.
Motion approved 7-0-0-1 (absent Tom DeMayo).

Discussion
Decision by committee to carry all tabled subject to call items on future agendas.

EXCELAIRE
ExcelAire submitted a revised application to lease 5-10 acres for the construction of a full service FBO that will include a fuel farm. The project is to be completed in two phases. Phase I will consist of the 20,000 gallon fuel farm, and a building consisting of 5200 SF of Office space and 24,960 SF of Hangar space with a parking area for 54 cars. Phase II to consist of another building consisting of 5200 SF of Office space and 24,960 SF of Hangar space with a parking area for 54 cars.
Committee Actions
Motion by Carolyn Fahey to approve non-site specific for 5 acres, for the construction of a fixed base operation, substantially conforming to the preliminary site plan, which includes a 20,000 gallon fuel farm, a building consisting of 5200 SF of Office space and 24,960 SF of Hangar space with a parking area for 54 cars, at an appraisal rate set by the Division of Real Estate, at a location to be determined in the future by the Department of Economic Development and Workforce Housing with a 60 day right of first refusal for an additional 5 acres, subject to site plan approval by Airport Manager, DPW for code review, Health Department etc. with stipulation that facility cannot tie into the airport utility grid and be required to provide their own connections to infrastructure when available.

Second by Fran Siems.
Motion approved 7-0-0-I (absent Tom DeMayo).

Next Steps
Upon completion of the Airport Lease Parcel Layout Plan, ExcelAire will finalize location with the Airport Manager. ExcelAire will then need to file Form 7460 (notice of proposed construction) with the FAA. ExcelAire will need to be on agenda for next meeting so to rescind the approval for technical correction and committee will need to make a SEQRA determination or refer to CEQ.


NEW APPLICATIONS

TACTRONICS, INC
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Tactronics is a privately held, Department of Defense small business headquartered on County Road 31 in Westhampton Beach. They also have facilities in Fayetteville, NC and Tennessee. They are expanding and are requesting approval to lease 5 acres on the south side of the airport property for the construction of a hangar and aviation related maintenance facility.

Committee Actions
Motion by Legislator Schneiderman regarding SEQRA determination that the proposed project is an unlisted action with a negative declaration for the following reasons:

1. The proposed action will not exceed any of the criteria in Section 617.7 (c) (1) of Title 6 NYCRR that sets forth thresholds for determining significant adverse impacts on the environment.
2. The proposal does not appear to significantly threaten any unique or highly valuable environmental or cultural resources as identified in or regulated by the Environmental Conservation Law of the State of New York or the Suffolk County Charter or Code and;
3. The site does not appear to suffer from any severe environmental development constraints (no poor soil properties, no high groundwater and no unmanageable slopes);
4. The project is in conformance with the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission Standards and Guidelines for Development within the Compatible Growth Area of the Central Pine Barrens.
5. The proposal is in conformance wit the Airport Master plan.

Second by Kevin LaValle.
Motion approved 7-0-0-1 (absent Tom DeMayo).

Motion by Brian Herrington to approve a lease for 5 acres on south side of airport, at an appraisal rate set by the Division of Real Estate, subject to Airport Management Site Review, DPW for code review, Health Department etc. with stipulation that facility cannot tie into the airport utility grid and be required to provide their o~ connections to infrastructure when available.

Second by Pat Zielinski.
Motion approved 7-0-0-1 (absent Tom DeMayo).

Next Steps
Tactronics will need to complete survey and site plan and file Form 7460 (notice of proposed construction) with the FAA. Lease to be drafted by County Attorney's Office.

HAMPTON JITNEY
Hampton Jitney is a current tenant in good standing at the airport. Since they are located within the planned industrial park area, they requested approval to lease 3 acres on the south side of the airport for relocation of their parking and waiting area.
Committee Actions
Motion by Legislator Schneiderman regarding SEQRA determination tat the proposed project is an unlisted action with a negative declaration forte following reasons:

1. The proposed action will not exceed any of the criteria in Section 617.7 (c) (1) of Title 6 NYCRR that sets forth thresholds for determining significant adverse impacts on the environment.
2. The proposal does not appear to significantly threaten any unique or highly valuable environmental or cultural resources as identified in or regulated by the Environmental Conservation Law of the State of New York or the Suffolk County Charter or Code and;
3. The site does not appear to suffer from any severe environmental development constraints (no poor soil properties, no high groundwater and no unmanageable slopes);
4. The project is in conformance with the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission Standards and Guidelines for Development within the Compatible Growth Area of the Central Pine Barrens.
5. The proposal is in conformance with the Airport Master plan.


Second by Fran Siems.
Motion approved 7-0-0-I (absent Torn DeMayo).

Motion by Legislator Schneiderman to approve a lease for 3 acres on south side of airport, at an appraisal rate set by the Division of Real Estate, subject to DPW for code review, Health Department etc. with stipulation that facility cannot tie into the airport utility grid and be required to provide their own connections to infrastructure when available.

Second by Carolyn Fahey.
Motion approved 7-0-0-1 (absent Tom DeMayo).

Next Steps
Hampton Jitney will need to complete survey and site plan and file Form 7460 (notice of proposed construction) with the FAA. Lease to be drafted by County Attorney's Office.

HOLY MOSES CHEESECAKE
Holy Moses is current tenant of good standing at the airport. Since their current building is located within the planned industrial park area, they requested approval to lease a 1500 Sq. Ft. building off of Route 104 with 8,095 Sq. Ft. of property.
Committee Actions
Motion by Legislator Schneiderman regarding SEQRA determination that the proposed project is an unlisted action with a negative declaration for the following reasons:

1. The proposed action will not exceed any of the criteria in Section 617.7 (c) (1) of Title 6 NYCRR that sets forth thresholds for determining significant adverse impacts on the environment.
2. The proposal does not appear to significantly threaten any unique or highly valuable environmental or cultural resources as identified in or regulated by the Environmental Conservation Law of the State of New York or the Suffolk County Charter or Code and;
3. The site does not appear to suffer from any severe environmental development constraints (no poor soil properties, no high groundwater and no unmanageable slopes);
4. The project is in conformance with the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission Standards and Guidelines for Development within the Compatible Growth Area of the Central Pine Barrens.
5. The proposal is in conformance with the Airport Master plan.

Second by Carolyn Fahey.
Motion approved 7-0-0-1 (absent Tom DeMayo).

Motion by Carolyn Fahey to approve a lease for 1500 Sq. ft. building off of Route 104 with 8,950 Sq. Ft. of property, at an appraisal rate set by the Division of Real Estate, subject to DPW for code review, Health Department etc. with stipulation tat facility cannot tie into the airport utility grid and be required to provide their own connections to infrastructure when available. Further that all signage be submitted to the Town of Southampton for approval.

Second by Pat Zielinski.
Motion approved 7-0-0-1 (absent Tom DeMayo).

Next Steps
Holy Moses will need to complete survey and site plan and file Form 7460 (notice of proposed construction) with the FAA if alteration is proposed to site. Lease to be drafted by County Attorney's Office.

DBA Transportation
DBA is current tenant of good standing at the airport. They lease .25 acres of paved area for parking of 5 buses that they use to transport for AHRC employees. Since they are currently located within the planned industrial park area, they requested approval to lease a parking area behind the Sheriffs building for parking their 5 buses.
Committee Actions
Motion by Legislator Schneiderman regarding SEQRA determination that the proposed project is a Type II action with no SEQRA determination necessary for the following reasons:

1. Since the lease will be for existing paved property with no construction or land development, no further environmental review is necessary.

Second by Kevin LaValle.
Motion approved 7-0-0-1 (absent Torn DeMayo).

Motion by Legislator Schneiderman to approve a lease a non site specific parking area to accommodate 5 buses, at an appraisal rate set by the Division of Real Estate, in an area of the airport as determined by Airport Management.

Second by Fran Siems. Motion approved 7-0-0-I (absent Tom DeMayo).

Next Steps
Site to be determined by Airport Management, agreement to be drafted by County
Attorney's Office.



NEW RESOLUTIONS REQUIRED RELATING TO PAST APPROVALS:

Mailand - ALSC Resolution 010-2002
Sea Empty - ALSC Resolution 017-2003
Brookwood - ALSC Resolution 018-2003
Northside Hangars - ALSC Resolution 007-2004
AMPCO - ALSC Resolution 016-2004
Eastway - ALSC Resolution 017-2004
ExcelAire - ALSC Resolution 003-2005
Tactronics - ALSC Resolution 004-2005
Holey Moses - ALSC Resolution 006-2005

REQUIRED CLAUSES:

WHEREAS, the Airport Lease Screening Committee via resolution number XXXIX dated XX/XX'XXXX previously approved the leasing of XXXXIX to XXXXX Inc for construction of XXXIX, now be it hereby

RESOLVED: that this Airport Lease Screening Committee, being the lead agency under S.E.Q.R.A. pursuant to Suffolk County Charter C15-4 (U), hereby finds and determines that this resolution constitutes an unlisted action with a negative declaration, pursuant to Title 6 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations ("NYCRR") §617.2 (ak) and that implementation of this action will not have a significant impact on the environment for the following reasons:

1. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
2. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

RESOLVED that the term of the lease shall be for XXX years, at an annual rate to be determined from an appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, and be it further,
[The proposed amendment, intended to be inserted into existing resolutions, ends here.]


Mailand - ALSC Resolution 010-2002

Airport Lease Screening Committee
RES. NO.010-2002
DATE: December 18, 2002


LEASE OF PROPERTY TO RICHARD MAILAND FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF
HANGARS AT FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT

WHEREAS, the Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application to approve the lease of property to Richard Mailand for construction of twenty Hangars, now be it hereby

RESOLVED, the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves a property lease to Richard Mailand for the purpose of constructing a unit of twenty T-hangars, at a location to be determined in the future by the Department of Economic Development and be it further,

RESOLVED that the lease shah be at an annual rate to be determined from the most recent appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that the construction of proposed hangars to be completed within one year of the date of lease execution, as drawn on submission, subject to all utilities and necessary and appropriate infrastructure as required by the lease, and be it fin-titer

RESOLVED: that in the judgment of the Airport Lease Screening Committee, the above activity is determined to be environmentally safe, economically beneficial to the County of Suffolk and in the public interest; and be it further;

RESOLVED: that pursuant to Suffolk County Charter §C15-4, the Airport Lease Screening Committee forwards this lease to the Suffolk County Legislature and recommends to the Suffolk County Legislature that the proposed lease request be approved.

Motion by: Eric Sachs Seconded by: Christine Costigan
Committee Vote: Appointed: 8 Ayes: 6
  Total Voting: 8 Nays: 0
    Abstentions: 2 Leg. Guldi

B.J. McCartan (designee for Pres. Officer Tonna)

Sea Empty - ALSC Resolution 017-2003

AIRPORT LEASE SCREENING COMMITTEE
RES. NO.017-2003 D
DATE: July 25. 2003


LEASE OF PROPERTY TO SEA EMPTY EQUIPMENT, INC. FOR HANGAR
CONSTRUCTION AT FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT

WHEREAS, the Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application to approve the leasing of property to Sea Empty Equipment Inc. for construction of hangars, now be it hereby

RESOLVED, the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves a lease for property at Francis S. Gabreski Airport to Sea Empty Equipment, Inc., for the purpose of constructing a unit of six T-hangars and a 100 X 100 hangar, at a location to be determined in the future by the Department of Economic Development and be it further,

RESOLVED: that the construction of proposed hangars to be completed within one year of the date of lease execution, as drawn on submission, subject to all utilities and necessary and appropriate infrastructure as required by the review of the Department of Public Works, and that they be provided from non-airport sources at the tenant's sole cost and expense and provided to the extent that any existing structures of Sea Empty Equipment that are in any way connected to Airport facilities be removed there from and connected to the new installed infrastructure

RESOLVED that the lease shall be at an annual rate to be determined from the most recent appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that in the judgment of the Airport Lease Screening Committee, the above activity is determined to be environmentally safe, economically beneficial to the County of Suffolk and in the public interest; and he it further;

RESOLVED: that pursuant to Suffolk County Charter §C15-4, the Airport Lease Screening Committee forwards this lease to the Suffolk County Legislature and recommends to the Suffolk County Legislature that the proposed lease request be approved.

Motion by: Leg. Guldi Seconded by: Christine Costigan
Committee Vote: Appointed: 8 Ayes: 7
  Total Voting: 8 Nays: 1
    Abstentions: 0

Brookwood - ALSC Resolution 018-2003

AIRPORT LEASE SCREENING COMMITTEE
RES. No. 018-2003
DATE: July 25, 2003



LEASE OF PROPERTY TO BROOKWOOD, INC. FOR HANGAR CONSTRUCTION AT
FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT

WHEREAS. the Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application to approve the leasing of property to Brookwood Inc., for construction of hangars, now be it hereby

RESOLVED, the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves a land lease to Brookwood, Inc., for the purpose of constructing 20 T-hangars, at a location to be determined in the future by the Department of Economic Development and be it further,

RESOLVED: that the construction of proposed hangars to be completed within one year of the date of lease execution, as drawn on submission, subject to all utilities and necessary and appropriate infrastructure as required by the review of the Department of Public Works, and be it further,

RESOLVED that the lease be at an annual rate to be determined from the most recent appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that in the judgment of the Airport Lease Screening Committee, the above activity is determined to be environmentally safe, economically beneficial to the County of Suffolk and in the public interest; and be it further;

RESOLVED: that pursuant to Suffolk County Charter §C15-4, the Airport Lease Screening Committee forwards this lease to the Suffolk County Legislature and recommends to the Suffolk County Legislature that the proposed lease request be approved.

Motion by: Eric Sachs Seconded by: Tom DeMayo
Committee Vote: Appointed: 8 Ayes: 7
  Total Voting: 8 Nays: 1
    Abstentions: 0

Northside Hangars - ALSC Resolution 007-2004

AIRPORT LEASE SCREENING COMMITTEE
RES. No.007-2004
DATE: April 2, 2004


LEASE FOR PROPERTY TO NORTHSIDE HANGARS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF
HANGARS AT FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT

WHEREAS, the Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application to approve the leasing of property at Francis S. Gabreski Airport to Northside Hangars, Inc., for the construction of T-hangars, now be it hereby

RESOLVED, the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves a land lease to Northside Hangars for the purpose of constructing a unit of twenty T-hangars, at a location to be determined in the future by the Department of Economic Development and be it further,

RESOLVED: that the construction of proposed hangars to be completed within one year of the date of lease execution, as drawn on submission, subject to all utilities and necessary and appropriate infrastructure as required lease and subject to review and. approval by the Department of Public Works, and be it further

RESOLVED that the lease shall he at an annual rate tote determined from the most recent appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that in the judgment of the Airport Lease Screening Committee, the above activity is determined tote environmentally safe, economically beneficial to the County of Suffolk and in the public interest; and be it further;

RESOLVED: that pursuant to Suffolk County Charter §C15-4 (D), the County Executive & Presiding Officer or their designee be and they hereby are authorized to execute, seal and acknowledge the License Agreement for the above described use and on the above described conditions between Northside Hangars, Inc. and the County of Suffolk, and upon such other terms and conditions as may be approved by the County Executive

Motion by: Thomas DeMayo Seconded by: Patricia Zielinski
Committee Vote: Appointed: 8 Ayes: 8
  Total Voting: 8 Nays: 0

AMPCO - ALSC Resolution 016-2004

AIRPORT LEASE SCREENING COMMITTEE
RES. NO. 016-2004
DATE: November 12, 2004


PROPERTY LEASE AT FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT TO AMPCO II LLC. OF 5 ACRES
FOR CONSTRUCTION OF CORPORATE HANGAR

WHEREAS. the Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application submitted by Ampco II LLC., requesting to lease property at Francis S. Gabreski Airport for the purposes of constructing a corporate hangar, and

WHEREAS, Suffolk County Code §C15-4(D) requires that any action by the Airport Lease Screening Committee which is not approved by the unanimous vote of the entire membership of said Committee be submitted for consideration by the Suffolk County Legislature, and

WHEREAS, in the absence of the unanimous vote of the entire membership of the Committee the Airport Lease Screening Committee must refer the application to the County Legislature for its consideration; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, that the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves the leasing of acres of property to Ampco II LLC. for the purpose of constructing a 130X 130 SF. corporate hangar, and be it further,

RESOLVED, that the term of the lease shall be for twenty years at an annual rate as determined from the most recent appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, with an option to renew for twenty years, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, subject to approval by the FAA, and be it further,

RESOLVED, the approval is subject to agreement between Ampco II LLC. and the Department of Economic Development with regards to site location to be determined upon completion of the revised Airport Layout Plan, and be it further;

RESOLVED, that the site and construction plans be subject to approval by the Department of Public Works and the Department of Health, and that the site plan be submitted for review to the Council of Environmental Quality, and be it further,

RESOLVED, that upon plan approval by the Department of Public Works and the Department of Health, and upon obtaining a negative declaration by CEQ, the Airport Lease Screening Committee asks that the County Attorney prepare a lease and pursuant to Suffolk County Charter §Cl5-4, the Airport Lease Screening Committee forwards this application to the Suffolk County Legislature and recommends to the Suffolk County Legislature that the proposed lease request be approved.

Motion by: Carolyn Fahey Seconded by: Legislator Jay Schneiderman
  Approved: 5-0-0-3 Ayes: 5
Committee Vote: Total Voting: 5 Nays: 000000000000000000000Abstentions: 0
  Absent: 3 (Fran Siems representing Presiding Officer Joseph Caricappa, Thomas DeMayo representing the public at large, Legislator Paul Tonna, Chairman, Suffolk County Health Committee)

Eastway - ALSC Resolution 017-2004

AIRPORT LEASE SCREENING COMMITTEE
RES. NO. 017-2004
DATE: November 12, 2004

PROPERTY LEASE AT FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT TO EASTWAY AVIATION
OF 4 ACRES FOR A FIXED BASE OPERATION

WHEREAS, The Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application by Eastway Aviation requesting approval to lease 4 acres of property at Francis S. Gabreski Airport for construction of a 30,000 SF Hangar, an adjacent 6,000 SF office and passenger terminal building, 300,000 SF of ramp space and a 20,000-gallon fuel farm, and

WHEREAS, Suffolk County Code §C15-4(D) requires that any action by the Airport Lease Screening Committee which is not approved by the unanimous vote of the entire membership of said Committee be submitted for consideration by the Suffolk County Legislature, and

WHEREAS, in the absence of the unanimous vote of the entire membership of the Committee the Airport Lease Screening Committee must refer the application to the County Legislature for its consideration; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, that the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves the leasing of 4 acres of property to Eastway Aviation for the purpose of constructing a 30,000 SF Hangar, an adjacent 6,000 SF office and passenger terminal building, 300,000 SF of ramp space and a 20,000-gallon fuel farm, and be it further,

RESOLVED, that the lease shall be at an annual rate as determined from the most recent appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, subject to approval by the FAA, and be it further,

RESOLVED, the approval is subject to agreement between Eastway Aviation and the Department of Economic Development with regards to site location to be determined upon completion of the revised Airport Layout Plan, and be it further;

RESOLVED, that the site and construction plans be subject to approval by the Department of Public Works and the Department of Health, and that the site plan be submitted for review to the Council of Environmental Quality, and be it further,

RESOLVED, that upon plan approval by the Department of Public Works and the Department of Health, and upon obtaining a negative declaration by CEQ, the Airport Lease Screening Committee asks that the County Attorney prepare a lease and pursuant to Suffolk County Charter §Cl5-4, the Airport Lease Screening Committee forwards this application to the Suffolk County Legislature and recommends to the Suffolk County Legislature that the proposed lease request be approved.

Motion by: Carolyn Fahey Seconded by: Brian Herrington
  Approved: 5-0-0-3  
Committee Vote: Appointed: 8 Total Voting: 5
  Ayes: 5 Nays: 000000000000000000000Abstentions: 0
  Absent: 3 (Fran Siems representing Presiding Officer Joseph Caricappa, Thomas DeMayo representing the public at large, Legislator Paul Tonna, Chairman, Suffolk County Health Committee)

ExcelAire - ALSC Resolution 003-2005

AIRPORT LEASE SCREENING COMMITTEE
RES. NO. 003-2005
DATE: May 20, 2005

LEASE FOR PROPERTY TO EXCELAIRE SERVICES, INC. FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF
FIXED BASE OPERATION AND FUEL FARM AT FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT

WHEREAS, the Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application, Environmental Assessment Form and preliminary site plan to approve the leasing of property at Francis S. Gabreski Airport to ExcelAire Services, Inc. for the construction of a fixed base operation to include a 20,000 gallon fuel farm, a building consisting of 5200 SF of Office space and 24,960 SF of Hangar space with a parking area for 54 cars, now be it hereby,

RESOLVED, the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves a land lease to ExcelAire Services, Inc. for 5 acres for the construction of a fixed base operation, substantially conforming to the preliminary site plan, which includes a 20,000 gallon fuel farm, a building consisting of 5200 SF of Office space and 24,960 SF of Hangar space with a parking area for 54 cars, at a location to be determined in the future by the Department of Economic Development and Workforce Housing and be it further,

RESOLVED: that the approval is subject to there being a SEQRA review of the project once a location is finalized which results in a negative declaration by the Committee, and be it further,

RESOLVED, that the lease include a 60 day right of first refusal for an additional 5 acres for the construction of another building consisting of 5200 SF of Office space and 24,960 SF of Hangar space with a parking area for 54 cars, subject to site plan approval by Airport Manager and the Department of Economic Development and Workforce Housing, Suffolk County Department of Public Works, Suffolk County Health Department, and be it further.

RESOLVED: that the lease be subject to all utilities and necessary and appropriate infrastructure as required with the tenant required to provide their own connections to infrastructure when available and that it cannot tie into the airport utility grid, and be it further

RESOLVED that the lease shall be at an annual rate to be determined from an appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that iii the judgment of the Airport Lease Screening Committee, the above activity is determined to be economically beneficial to the County of Suffolk and in the public interest.

Motion by: Carolyn Fahey Seconded by: Fran Siems
Committee Vote: Appointed: 8 Ayes: 7
  Total Voting: 5 Nays: 0
    Absent: 1 (Tom DeMayo)

Tactronics - ALSC Resolution 004-2005

AIRPORT LEASE SCREENING COMMITTEE
RES. NO. 004-2005
DATE: May 20, 2005


LEASE FOR PROPERTY TO TACTRONICS, INC. FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF HANGAR
AT FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT

WHEREAS, the Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application and Environmental Assessment Form to approve the leasing of 5 acres of property at Francis S. Gabreski Airport to Tactronics, Inc. for the construction of a 20,000 SF aircraft hangar and aviation related maintenance facility, now be it hereby

RESOLVED, the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves a land lease of 5 acres to Tactronics, Inc. for the purpose of constructing a 20,000 SF aircraft hangar and aviation related maintenance facility, and be it further,

RESOLVED, that the lease be subject to site plan approval by the Airport Manager and the Department of Economic Development and Workforce Housing, Suffolk County Department of Public Works, Suffolk County Health Department, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that the lease be subject to all utilities and necessary and appropriate infrastructure as required with the tenant required to provide their own connections to infrastructure when available and that it cannot tie into the airport utility grid, and he it further

RESOLVED that the lease shall be at an annual rate to be determined from an appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that in the judgment of the Airport Lease Screening Committee, the above activity is determined to be economically beneficial to the County of Suffolk and in the public interest; and be it further;

RESOLVED: that this Airport Lease Screening Committee, being the lead agency under S.E.Q.R.A. pursuant to Suffolk County Charter C15-4 (I)), hereby finds and determines that this resolution constitutes an unlisted action with a negative declaration, pursuant to Title 6 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations ("NYCRR") §617.2 (ak) and that implementation of this action will not have a significant impact on the environment for the following reasons:

1. The proposed action will not exceed any of the criteria in Section 617.7 (c) (I) of Title 6 NYCRR that sets forth thresholds for determining significant adverse impacts on the environment.
2. The proposal does not appear to significantly threaten any unique or highly valuable environmental or cultural resources as identified in or regulated by the Environmental Conservation Law of the State of New York or the Suffolk County Charter or Code and;
3. The site does not appear to suffer from any severe environmental development constraints (no poor soil properties, no high groundwater and no unmanageable slopes);
4. The project is in conformance with the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission Standards and Guidelines for Development within the Compatible Growth Area of the Central Pine Barrens.
5. The proposal is in conformance with the Airport Master plan.

RESOLVED: that pursuant to Suffolk County Charter C15-4 (D), the County Executive & Presiding Officer or their designee be and they hereby are authorized to execute, seal and acknowledge the Lease Agreement on the above described use and on the above described conditions between Tactronics, The, and the County of Suffolk, and upon such other terms and conditions as may be approved by the County Executive

Motion by: Brian Herrington Seconded by: Pat Zielinski
Committee Vote: Appointed: 8 Ayes: 7
  Total Voting: 7 Nays: 0
    Abstentions: 1 (Tom DeMayo)

Holey Moses - ALSC Resolution 006-2005

AIRPORT LEASE SCREENING COMMITTEE
RES. NO. 006-2005
DATE: May 20, 2005

LEASE FOR 1500 SF BUILDING AND PROPERTY TO HOLEY MOSES CHEESECAKE, INC.
AT FRANCIS S. GABRESKI AIRPORT

WHEREAS, the Airport Lease Screening Committee has received and reviewed an application and Environmental Assessment Form to approve the leasing of a 1500 SF building and 8,950 SF of property off of Route 104 at Francis S. Gabreski Airport to Holey Moses Cheesecake Inc. for the relocation of their cheesecake manufacturing facility, now be it hereby

RESOLVED, the Airport Lease Screening Committee hereby approves a lease for the 1500 SF building and 8,950 SF of property to Holey Moses Cheesecake, Inc. for the relocation of their cheesecake manufacturing facility, and be it further,

RESOLVED. that the lease be subject to site plan approval by the Airport Manager and the Department of Economic Development and Workforce Housing, Suffolk County Department of Public Works, Suffolk County Health Department, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that the lease be subject to all utilities mid necessary and appropriate infrastructure as required with the tenant required to provide their own connections to infrastructure when available and that it cannot tie into the airport utility grid, and be it further

RESOLVED: that the lease he subject to tenant obtaining approval by The Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Workforce Housing and the Town of Southampton as required for any signage on die building and/or property, and be it further

RESOLVED that the term of the lease tenant be for three years, at an annual rate to be determined from an appraisal by the County Real Estate Division, subject to the terms and conditions as set forth by the County Attorneys Office, and be it further,

RESOLVED: that in the judgment of the Airport Lease Screening Committee the above activity is determined tote economically beneficial to the County of Suffolk and in the public Interest; and be it further;

RESOLVED: that this Airport Lease Screening Committee, being the lead agency under S.E.Q.R.A. pursuant to Suffolk County Charter C15-4 (I)), hereby finds and determines that this resolution constitutes an unlisted action with a negative declaration, pursuant to Title 6 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations ("NYCRR") §617.2 (ak) and that implementation of this action will not have a significant impact on the environment for the following reasons:

1. The proposed action will not exceed any of the criteria in Section 617.7 (c) (I) of Title 6 NYCRR that sets forth thresholds for determining significant adverse impacts on the environment.
2. The proposal does not appear to significantly threaten any unique or highly valuable environmental or cultural resources as identified in or regulated by the Environmental Conservation Law of the State of New York or the Suffolk County Charter or Code and;
3. The site does not appear to suffer from any severe environmental development constraints (no poor soil properties, no high groundwater and no unmanageable slopes);
4. The project is in conformance with the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission Standards and Guidelines for Development within the Compatible Growth Area of the Central Pine Barrens.
5. The proposal is in conformance with the Airport Master plan.

RESOLVED: that pursuant to Suffolk County Charter Cl 5-4 (D), the County Executive & Presiding Officer or their designee be and they hereby are authorized to execute, seal and acknowledge the Lease Agreement on the above described use and on the above described conditions between Tactronics, The, and the County of Suffolk, and upon such other terms and conditions as may be approved by the County Executive

Motion by: Carolyn Fahey Seconded by: Patricia Zielinski
Committee Vote: Appointed: 8 Ayes: 7
  Total Voting: 7 Nays: 0
    Absent: 1 (Tom DeMayo)


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