Airports “Happenings” list (Received April 6th 2012):
- EPA ELG’s. ANC and the industry are still waiting for the EPA to finalize the Effluent Limit Guidelines concerning aircraft deicing fluid (glycol)
- ANC held a meeting to get a head start on the scoping for the Master Plan. The AACC and Stakeholders were invited and provided input.
- Federal Aviation Regulations Part 150 Noise Study is underway. Some monitoring is already being done. Next meeting has been publicized, Thursday, 10 May, 1:00-3:00 in the Airfield Maintenance Training Room. More info can be found at www.anc150study.com
- Most of the Kulis demolition is complete. Working hard to get renting tenants in.
- 2012 Construction preview open house attendance was sparse. If other methods of communications are getting the info out the airport will probably cancel future preview meetings.
- 4 May, 10:00-2:00 is ANC cleanup day. Free lunch if you want to come help pick up the winter’s litter. We will be at the old Field Maintenance buildings at 4100 Aircraft Drive
- 5-6 May is the Great Alaskan Aviation Gathering at the FedEx hangar and UPS ramp. Admission is free. http://alaskaairmen.org/
- Please sign up for GovDelivery to stay informed about airport events and issues. Sign up at www.anchorageairport.com
- West Anchorage District Plan – Be an active, informed participant. Advocate for what you want but know what you are advocating for.
- 16-19 May the ANC Fire Department will be conducting live fire training. Large clouds of black smoke will probably be visible at times.
- Airport 101 – Why the airport operates the way it does is on the airport web site www.anchorageairport.com
- ANC will be conducting the Triennial disaster exercise on 16 June. We need volunteers to simulate passengers. Sign up at www.anchorageairport.com
- I would encourage each community council to ensure they have constructive participation at the Anchorage-Airport Communication Committee on 10 May at 5:30 at the FCC offices.
As always, thanks for the time and if you have questions or concerns between meetings, don’t hesitate to ask.
John Parrott, AAE
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
3 maps…click to enlarge: (received April 2nd 2012)
Just a reminder of our next two meetings:
Regular Meeting: Thursday, January 20, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: Airport Director’s office
Strategic Meeting: Thursday, February 10, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.: Spenard Recreation Center, Arts & Crafts Room on Second Floor
Please let me know if you have any questions about the places and times. I will send out the November minutes and the January agenda in the next few days.
Kulis meeting 3-30 highlights and Comment Sheet….
Here’s the Airports main website address: http://www.dot.state.ak.us/anc/
Anchorage Airport Communication Committee….
Please see the attached agenda for the February meeting and minutes from the December meeting. AACC February Agenda AACC Minutes 2009.12.09 The meeting will be held at: Airport Director's Office 4th Floor, South Terminal February 10, 2010 (Wednesday) 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. (PLEASE NOTE the minor time change because of a conflict at 1:00 p.m.)
RE: the KULIS land use public meeting… Below you’ll find a copy of the presentation, as well as the summary of the meeting, and a contact list.
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) will be holding a public meeting regarding the extension of runway 7R on Thursday January 21st @ Kincaid Outdoor Center, Kincaid Park 5-6:30 PM: Open House followed by 6:30 – 8 PM: Public Hearing
Comment period for the draft EA will close February 4th 2010
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) and its consultant, DOWL HKM, will hold a public meeting for the Kulis Land Use Plan on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the cafeteria at Kincaid Elementary School. A flier containing additional project and meeting information is attached. The purpose of the Kulis Land Use Plan is to determine how best to use the Kulis Air National Guard Base once it is returned to ANC in 2011. The purpose of the meeting is to present the project, identify issues, and take public comments and questions.
VIEW ATTACHMENT: Kulis Public Meeting Handout Jan 20
Wednesday, January 20, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Kincaid Elementary School, 4900 Raspberry Road
Open House 7:00-7:30
Questions & Comments 8:00-9:00
For more information or to submit questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Tom Middendorf at:
DOWL HKM • 4041 B Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Phone: (907) 562-2000
Kulis Land use flyer presented at the meeting
South Airport Access flyer presented at the meeting
copy of email sent from SLCC to the airport…..
Good morning… We are sending out this open invitation to the Airport, to please attend our Sand Lake Community Council meetings. Our next meeting is December 14th 2009, 7pm at Calvary Church on Jewel Lake road. We have not seen any representatives from the Airport since this summer, and we would like to maintain regular communications, and discussion’s regarding Airport related issues.
Please feel free to attend, and contact us.
Thank you for your time.
Sand Lake Community Council Secretary
Town Meeting ….. Saturday September 26th 1pm …. Open to Public
— ‘Interaction with Airport’ —
Anchorage Legislative Information Office
716 W 4th Avenue
“The Senate Transportation meeting is from 1pm to 3pm at the Anchorage LIO Sat Sept 26th–the first 25 minutes will be a power point presentation by the Department/Division..and then questions from the Senate Committee and public comments.” – Nancy Barnes, Senator Kookesh’s Office, Senate Transportation Committee
Letter from the Airport:
Subject: South Airpark Access Road and Berm Comments:
Thank you for submitting comments about the airport’s development plans of South Airpark, including the access road and proposed berm. Your comments are important to us and they will all be taken into consideration as we continue to develop this and other projects. As a result of some of your concerns, the airport will be gathering additional information regarding landscaping concepts and traffic analysis this summer. Later this fall, we will hold a meeting to discuss your concerns and the airports long range plans for South Airpark development
In addition to the airport’s meeting this fall, Acting Mayor Claman is forming an airport advisory committee to promote effective communication between community members, local government and the airport. He plans to have this committee meet quarterly with the first meeting scheduled for September.
It is the airport’s goal to provide our neighbors with current information about airport projects and development that occurs at the airport. We will continue to attend community council meetings in addition to the above meetings when there is new information to share. Also, please feel free to contact Airport Manager John Parrott or myself any time you have a question or concern.
Thanks again for taking the time to submit comments and we are looking forward to our meeting this fall.
Anchorage International Airport is a State-owned and operated
facility, and must conform to federal FAA regulations. Municipal
goverment entities such as our Community Council therefore have to
try harder to be heard and recognized, even though the Airport has a
huge effect on our community council area.http://www.anchorageairport.comPublic liaison email:email@example.com
This from Linda Bustamante:
The Anchorage Airport would like to make sure that all Sand Lake
Community Council members and neighbors have the following contact
Ken Hudson, Noise Planner II, 266- 2178 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The airport web site is here:
NOISE HOTLINE – 266-2648
Noise Comments/Questions – Theresa Maser, Noise Manager, 266-
Community/Airport Concerns, Linda Bustamante, 266-2107 or
SLCC members, please pass this contact information to neighbors that
may not be active in the council and also please let them know if they
would like all community council information that they SLCC with their
contact information and/or attend meetings. email@example.com
From: Hanson, Julianne M [mailto:Julianne.Hanson@hdrinc.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2008 2:11 PM
To: Hanson, Julianne M
Subject: ANC Runway 7R Extension – seeking public input
The purpose of this email is to bring you up to speed on what is
happening on the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC)
Runway 7R Extension project and to ask for your help. We’re
interested in your opinion! Please take some time to visit the project
website ((http://www.anc7rrunwayextensionproject.net) and complete a
quick survey about mitigation for the Sisson Loop Trail. Comments are
requested by January 30, 2009. Please encourage your friends,
neighbors and colleagues to do the same!
Here are the details:
DOT&PF is continuing work on an Environmental Assessment (EA) to
analyze the proposed Runway 7R Extension project at ANC. The
project would extend Runway 7R and relocate its associated lights and
navigational aids to reduce taxiway congestion and taxiing delays
caused by arriving cargo aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) would require access to the proposed relocated Approach
Lighting System (ALS) towers in order to have the ability to address
maintenance needs as soon as they arise. This has implications for
the Sisson Loop Trail because portions of the Sisson Loop trail overlie
and cross the access road.
The project team is currently working with representatives from the
Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage (NSAA) to develop ways to
alleviate the conflicts between the needs of FAA maintenance and the
desires of the trail user community. Two concepts are being proposed
to mitigate impacts to trail users.
Sisson Loop Trail Re-Route Concept
Under the trail re-route concept, sections of the Sisson Loop would be
re-routed in order to avoid shared use of the access roads in the
project area. Trail users and the leadership of NSAA have proposed
that the Sisson Loop be realigned in order to avoid conflicts between
trail users and the FAA maintenance vehicles and ANC vehicles that
periodically use sections of the road considered part of the Sisson
Sisson Loop Existing Alignment Concept
Under the Sisson Loop Existing Alignment Concept, the Sisson Loop
would essentially retain its existing alignment. One exception would
occur northwest of the relocated runway safety area (RSA). Currently,
a perimeter road and security fence run along the outer edge of the
Airport, and a section of the Sisson Loop lies just to the west of the
security fence. The proposed runway extension and RSA extend west
beyond the existing location of the perimeter road and fence;
therefore, the perimeter road, security fence, and the affected portion
of the Sisson Loop would be relocated to the west of the new RSA
threshold and the cut/fill footprint.
The project website (http://www.anc7rrunwayextensionproject.net) has
been updated to include figures and additional information regarding
these two concepts. Please review the website and take the survey!
Comments are requested by January 30, 2009.
Trail Mitigation Fact Sheet
A fact sheet describing each of the two concepts and figures are
attached. Please distribute this fact sheet and figures to your
Feel free to call or email me if you have any questions. You may also
contact Gary Lincoln, DOT&PF project manager, at gary.
Julianne M. Hanson, P.E.
Senior Transportation Planner
HDR ONE COMPANY | Many Solutions
2525 C Street, Suite 305 | Anchorage , AK | 99503
Phone: 907.644.2165 | Fax: 907.644.2022 | Email: julianne.
Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2008 10:07:14 -0800
From: “Bustamante, Linda (DOT)” Subject: Additional Traffic
FYI – Elmendorf will be using ANC for some flights between July 7th
and August 26th.
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008
From: “Bustamante, Linda (DOT)”
Subject: FW: Fence along Raspberry Rd.
At the last Sand Lake community council meeting there was a question
about the fencing along Raspberry Road. (apparently it is down in
I spoke with Airfield Maintenance and they confirmed that the fence in
question belongs to the FCC.
South Access Road, and more
This from Linda Bustamante, June 5, 2008:
The stakes that you may be seeing along Raspberry Rd. are NOT part
of an airport project, we (the Airport Management team) believe these
maybe ACS, part of the fiber lines to be installed. The design project
for the South Park Access Rd. has been discussed at 2 airport
summer construction public meetings (see attached ads) and also at
Sand Lake Community Council meetings. The preliminary design
project for the road is 35% completed with a consultant being hired this
month to complete the design. A conceptual visual berm will be
presented at a SLCC meeting, at which time we will have more
information on the road itself. Is SLCC meeting this summer (July or
August). Also, construction, when approved, will occur in 2009, with
some preliminary work possible this fall. All necessary permits
including any that may be required by the MUNI will be acquired prior
to construction. I’m also talking with our leasing department about
presenting information to SLCC on other development plans in this
area. And I’ll check into providing additional information on the
construction map on the website. We will be at the 9 June SLCC
meeting, pleae feel free to come and ask questions of us…. tnx, Linda
Airport Master Plan press Release May 23 2008
From: “Taylor, Suzanne”
Subject: Airport Master Plan Press Release
Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 09:15:01 -0700
Good morning. Thank you for your continuing interest and
participation in the Airport Master Plan Process. As indicated in the
attached statement, the Airport has decided to defer a decision on a
master plan preferred alternative. We will continue to update you and
information will be posted on the project website, www.
anchorageairport.com. Suzanne Taylor Planner WHPacific
Engineers * Architects * Surveyors * Planners 300 W 31st Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99503
Airport Firing Range
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2008 16:22:45 -0900
From: “Bustamante, Linda (DOT)” <linda.bustamante@alaska.
Subject: Airport Firing Range
At this weeks Sand Lake CC meeting there was a question about the
Airport Firing Range. I spoke with Captain McGinnis and he has
advised the following:
The firing range is currently closed and will reopen in mid-April until
October 1st. The range is used between the hours of 10am to 8pm , 7
days a week. In addition to the firing range, neighbors may
occassionally hear Fish & Wildlife performing wildlife management.
This could include hazing birds using pyrotechnic devices that could
sound like a shotgun.
To verify that shotgun sounds are being produced by the Airport
Police & Fire Department or Fish & Wildlife, please feel free to call the
Airport Watch Commander at 748-2204 or Airport Dispatch 266-2411.
Both are always aware of all scheduled target practices or wildlife
management efforts at the Airport.
If you have any questions about this information, please let me know.