Oklahoma Space Industry Development board to meet Wednesday

 

Oklahoma Space Industry Development Authority
Wednesday, September 11th, 2019
1:30pm
Oklahoma Department of Transportation – Commission Room
200 N.E. 21st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

ITEMS TO BE PRESENTED
CALL TO ORDER
INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

AGENDA ITEMS TO BE PRESENTED BY OSIDA SECRETARY – BAILEY J. SIEGRIED
1533. MINUTES OF THE AUGUST 14th 2019 BOARD MEETING
(Action Required)

AGENDA ITEMS TO BE PRESENTED BY OSIDA TREASURER – MICHAEL HALSEY
1534. TREASURERS REPORT FOR AUGUST, 2019
(Action Required)

AGENDA ITEMS TO BE PRESENTED BY OSIDA STAFF
1535. (a) Update – Letter Of Agreement Update With Ft. Worth ARTCC
Site Operations and Procedures

(b) Commercial Space Flight News

(c) Runway Rubber Removal, Joint Sealing, and Runway Markings
Specifications Review

(d) Plans and Specifications for Control Tower and Hangar Exterior Painting
Are Being Finalized

(e) Oklahoma Aerospace Forum
Wednesday, October 30th, 2019
Cox Convention Center

 

AGENDA ITEMS TO BE PRESENTED BY OSIDA CHAIRMAN – ROBERT COX

1536. Business Development / Marketing / Finance

(a) Department Of Public Safety / OHP Building Lease

(b) Information Regarding OSIDA Request for Airport Surveillance Radar / CSM

(c) Facility Renovation Update

1537. Vote to Accept FAA Airport Improvement Grant of $150,000 for 2019 and $150,000
for 2020 totaling $300,000.Two Year Program for Runway, Taxiway, and Parking
Apron repairs, and painting . (90 / 10) FAA / OSIDA
(Review, Discuss, and Possible Board Action)

1538. Election of OSIDA Board Officers
(Review, Discuss, and Possible Board Action)

1539. NEW BUSINESS

1540. ADJOURN

The Oklahoma Air & Space Port is a public-use airport and industrial airpark that has facilities in place for aerospace testing, research and development, flights and launches. It is one of the ten spaceports in the nation, and the only one with an FAA-approved spaceflight corridor not in restricted airspace or Military Operation Areas (MOAs). The airport is home to one of the country’s longest and the widest runways (13,503-foot by 300-foot concrete runway) available for both civilian and military use.

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