Friday, February 14,2014

City of St. George Municipal Airport
(Date of Publication: February 14, 2014)

The City of St George intends to file a notice of intent with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to use Passenger Facility Charges revenue for a project at the City of St George Municipal Airport (Airport).

As required by Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 158.24, the Airport must provide written notice to the public and an opportunity for public comment before filing its notice of intent with the FAA.

The Airport is planning to continue imposing a $4.50 charge for each enplaned passenger. The effective date for the use of the PFC shall be April 14, 2014 and the estimated expiration date is September 30, 2015.

PFC project description, schedule and scope of work are presented on the following pages.

PFC Level: $4.50 per enplaned passenger. As per section 158.3, an enplaned passenger is defined as a domestic, territorial, or international passenger enplaned in scheduled or non-scheduled service on aircraft in intrastate, or foreign commerce. A revenue passenger is one who possesses an air travel ticket. An air travel ticket means all documents pertaining to a passengers complete itinerary to transport a passenger by air, including passenger manifests.

Proposed Use Effective Date: April 14, 2014

Estimated Use Expiration Date: September 30, 2015

Estimated Total Use PFC Revenue: $250,000.00

The period for public comment will expire at 5:00 pm on March 17, 2014.

Comments may be submitted, or additional information obtained, by contacting:

Richard Stehmeier
Airport manager
St George Municipal Airport
4508 South Airport Parkway #1
St George, UT 84790
Tel. (435) 627-4080

Proposed Passenger Facility Charge Application # 7

Section 158.24(b) (1)

Description of project being considered for funding by PFC Revenue

Pavement Preservation
Project Description: This project is for the preservation of the primary runway and taxiways at the Airport. The area that is covered in this project will be, the primary runway 19/01, Taxiways A, B, B-1, A-1, A-2, A-4, and A-5. A coat of GSB-88 fog seal will be applied to the pavements and then all markings will be re-painted/striped as per AC 150-5340-1 Standards for Airport Markings (Latest Version).

Justification: These pavements were completed in 2010. The pavements are oxidizing and require pavement maintenance to prolong the life of these pavements and ensure that safety is not compromised for aircraft operating in and out of the Airport.

Estimated Project Cost: $405,000.00
Estimated PFC Use: $250,000.00