The City, Airport, and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will determine what needs to be done to properly surplus the 4 airport-obligated parcels (yellow-shaded parcels in the figure) from airport property to be in conformance with FAA requirements, and determine operational and financial rights the City and Airport may have to the 4 airport-obligated parcels (yellow-dashed lined areas). View a map of the project.
Based on the availability of funds and work required, work will include the following:
Research land deed history; provide clear change of hands, and confirm the status of FAA and airport-obligation of these parcels.
Determine airport access rights to these parcels, and amount of compensation if any, due the City.
For lands determined to be surplussed, work will also include preparation and submittal of a Request for Release of Airport Property, in conformance with FAA requirements. An estimate of appropriate compensation for properties to be surplussed will be provided.
Determine potential future use options for the property.
Work will also include a description of "next steps" if any, required to complete the land process, based on the findings of this work.
The Airport's Exhibit "A" property map will be updated based on findings of this effort.
Of the $70,000 total cost; this project is funded $66,500 (90%) by the FAA, $1,750 (5%) by NHDOT and $1,750 by the City, with the City share being reimbursed by airport-generated Passenger Facility Charge revenue. The project should be completed by September 2015.