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 SHUTTLE PARK.xlsb 30 02/06/18 18-37 18-37 2nd part of request
 SIDA Revised 7.30.2015 version... 41 08/28/17 17-338
 Signatory.Lease.and.Op.Agree.S... 3 03/04/19 19-73
 Signed%20Contract%20Bid%2015%2... 75 02/04/16 15-421
 Signed Contract, ABM 13-01, 1.... 107 01/06/16 15-396
 signed copy.pdf 24 03/07/18 18-78 Records
 SIGNED Sales Order.pdf 1 04/29/19 19-192 MAMAVA Pods
 Silvy Group_Proposal_00319251.pdf 3 02/08/19 19-10
 Sitts and Hill Engineers.pdf 4 09/19/18 18-446
 Sixt 001632.pdf 13 05/17/18 18-199 18-199 Install 1
 SkB_Architects_RFQ00318923_Fis... 122 05/16/17 17-205 Records Produced
 SKIDATA RFP 15-16 Submission-R... 207 10/20/17 17-214 SKIDATA 15-16
 SLOA-III-Execution-Copy-9-10-1... 102 06/13/16 16-190
 SLOA III - Execution Copy - 9 ... 1) The formula that determines the amount Alaska will pay the Port for the NorthSTAR program is determined by the Signatory Lease and Operating Agreement (SLOA III), see attached, Section 8.3. This agreement runs from 2013 – 2017. While the assets created by NorthSTAR will not be completed until after this agreement expires, at this point in time, we assume for forecasting purposes that the terms of SLOA III will be maintained in the successor agreement. Under SLOA III, most of the investments for NorthSTAR will be treated as part of the Terminal Building cost center. Under SLOA III, there are a number of different formulas to derive terminal rents for different types of space (office space, gate hold rooms, ticket counters, baggage make-up space, etc.). Some of the formulas are based on leased space, while others are based on activity. However, there are some common principles that are important to understand: a. The terminal costs are first divided between airline and non-airline customers based on rentable square feet. Currently, approximately 77% of the terminal space is devoted to aeronautical uses, and 23% to non-aeronautical (i.e., airport dining and retail). b. Airline rates are set to recover costs, where the costs include both operating costs and capital costs. Capital costs include both debt service (if bond funded) and amortization (if cash funded). Capital costs paid with Passenger Facility Charges (PFCs) are not included in the cost recovery formulas. Thus, the funding sources used to pay for the construction costs impact the rate base. c. Under SLOA III, terminal rents are based on equalized rents. That means that all square feet within a given space category are treated as equal. Thus, the cost per square foot for a gate hold room is the same at all concourses, including the North and South Satellites. The implications of this are as follows. When we expand and renovate the North Satellite, the capital and operating costs will be added to the terminal building rate base. Thus, the cost per square foot of terminal space will increase throughout the airport. d. In 2014, Alaska paid approximately 41% of terminal rents. So, while we do not forecast activity for individual airlines, if Alaska leases/uses terminal space in 2020 in the same proportion as 2014, then Alaska will pay approximately 41% of the costs of NorthSTAR. It should be noted that Alaska would also pay for the same percentage for any other terminal projects as well. 2) Based on the answer above, approximately 23% of the costs are allocated to the non-aeronautical businesses (terminal dining and retail). Of the approximately 77% of the costs that are allocated to the terminal and recovered from airlines, Alaska would pay approximately 41% and the other airlines 59% based on the 2014 space allocations and activity. Since the costs will not be added to the airline rate base until the projects are completed, the full costs will not be included in the rate base until 2020 or 2021. 3) As indicated above, the costs that will be allocated to the rate base will be the actual operating and capital costs. The Port will issue revenue bonds to pay for the majority of the capital costs. The debt service can be estimated but will not be known until the bonds are issued. The other factor that impacts the rate base is the amount of PFCs used, as costs paid by PFCs are not included in the rate base. Still, if we assume the total capital cost is $500 million, and if it was 100% funded with debt, there would be approximately $36 million that would be added annually to the airline rate base for 25 years (duration of bonds), of which Alaska would pay approximately 41% or $14.8 million. It is very likely that the Port will use PFCs to pay for some construction costs ($80 million by one scenario being considered), and the Port may use PFCs to pay for some of the debt service. Thus, the actual costs allocated to the rate base will likely be considerably less. 4) The amount received from other airlines, using the same method as in #3 would be 59% of $36 million or $21.2 million. Again, to the extent that PFCs are used in the funding plan, the rate based costs would be less. 5) I used $500 million for the estimated capital costs of NorthSTAR as that is consistent with the Q1 2015 NorthSTAR briefing that will be presented to the Port Commission on 4/28/2015. The presentation is on the Ports’ web site under Commission meetings. Locate the date and you can open the agenda and open all related documents. We plan to send begin sending the minutes to you within the next two weeks. The attached documents are responsive to your request. These documents and information are provided to you in accordance with the Public Records Act (Chapter 42.56 RCW). By making Port of Seattle documents available to you, the Port is not responsible for your use of the information nor for any claims or liabilities that may result from your use or further dissemination. 126 06/22/15 15-124
 SLOA IV - Execution Copy w Exh... 3 02/27/19 19-73
 SM_20120724_6c.pdf We have enclosed responsive files, we expect to send the final installment to you within the next four weeks. These documents and information are provided to you in accordance with the Public Records Act (Chapter 42.56 RCW). By making Port of Seattle documents available to you, the Port is not responsible for your use of the information nor for any claims or liabilities that may result from your use or further dissemination. 144 07/06/15 15-124
 SM_20121106_6b_Attach_1.pdf We have enclosed responsive files, we expect to send the final installment to you within the next four weeks. These documents and information are provided to you in accordance with the Public Records Act (Chapter 42.56 RCW). By making Port of Seattle documents available to you, the Port is not responsible for your use of the information nor for any claims or liabilities that may result from your use or further dissemination. 113 07/06/15 15-124
 SM_20121106_6b.pdf We have enclosed responsive files, we expect to send the final installment to you within the next four weeks. These documents and information are provided to you in accordance with the Public Records Act (Chapter 42.56 RCW). By making Port of Seattle documents available to you, the Port is not responsible for your use of the information nor for any claims or liabilities that may result from your use or further dissemination. 139 07/06/15 15-124
 Smarte Carte - FPR.PDF 1 04/24/19 19-181
 Smart ERP Solutions Proposal.pdf 31 02/01/18 18-41 IDIQ 00319149 Records
 SMSA.PDF 22 03/20/18 18-126
 SnowdenEmail_082317.pdf 34 10/12/17 17-391 First Installment
 SNT.zip 86 10/23/15 15-254
 So Helix Flr 1-2018-09-21_23h1... 12 10/12/18 18-498 2018_10_12 01 Records
 Solicitation No. 00319004 Prop... 0 03/27/19 19-141 19-141 RFP documents