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Anchorage Airport Communication Committee Meeting Agenda - Feb. 16, 5:30 p.m.

Update Regarding Notice of Public Meeting

(ANCHORAGE, Alaska) - As previously noted, the next Anchorage Airport Communication Committee meeting is to be held Thursday, February 16, 2012, from 5:30PM-7PM at the Federation of Community Council’s Conference Room, located at 1057 Fireweed Lane.

The agenda is as follows:

Anchorage Airport Communication Committee

February 2012 Meeting

 Mission:         To facilitate and improve communications and collaboration between Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport and the community.

 Agenda:

 1. Introduction

 2. Updates (25 minutes)

            A. Usage/traffic (passenger & freight) (preliminary statistics attached)

            B. Update on Quarterly Meeting of Community Council Presidents (Ernie Hall)

            C. Timeline on FAA Part 150 Noise Study (John Parrot)

            D. AEDC Airport Roundtables (Matt Claman)

            E. State Aviation Board Meeting (Steve Strait)

 3. Primary Presentations (55 minutes)

             A. Upcoming master plans

                        1. International Airport System

                        2. Fairbanks

                        3. Anchorage

                                    a. Timeline for ANC Master Plan

                                    b. Discussion of How Community Can Participate in Process

             B. History of AACC and Addressing Future Community Needs and Involvement       

4. Scheduling the next meeting and topics (5 minutes)

5. Adjourn

The purpose of the Alaska International Airport System (AIAS) is to Keep Alaska Flying and Thriving.

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF) oversees 254 airports, 11 ferries serving 33 communities, 5,700 miles of highway and 660 public facilities throughout the state of Alaska. The mission of ADOT&PF is to “Get Alaska Moving through service and infrastructure.”

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