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Caltrans Division of Aeronautics
Gary Cathey
Division Chief
Aeronautics Organizational Chart
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Aeronautics Functional
Organizational Chart
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Hot Topics
• Aeronautics Budget
• Aviation Legislation & Legal
– Wildlife Strike Information
– Land Use Case
• Aeronautics Newsletter & Airports DVD
• 2002 CALUP Handbook being updated
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Hot Topics
• Next Generation Air Transportation
System (NextGen)
• Noise Variance program
• CIP going to CTC in October for
approval
• Current Events
• Q&A
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Aeronautics Budget FY 2009-10
• Adopted July 28, 2009
• Transfers $4M to General Fund
• Suspends:
– Annual Credits
– AIP Matching
– A&D Grants
• Existing Grants approved prior to this date will
be honored.
• Certification of Eligibility DOA-0007 is still
required for FY 2009-10.
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Aeronautics Funding Projection
REVENUE
EXPENSES
2008/09 FY
Avgas $4.5M
Jet Fuel $2.8M
Annual Credit
Grant $1.5M
AIP Match
$0.9M
A&D 0.1M
Cash $1.5M
Division $3.3M
2009/10 FY
Avgas $4.5M
Jet Fuel $2.8M
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*$4.0 M transfer
to State
General Fund
Division $3.4M
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State Dollars for your Airport
• State Dollars for Your Airport is on our
website.
• This publication is for airport managers,
sponsoring agencies, and ALUCs to
better understand the funding programs
available.
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Airport Loan Program
Loan Funds are still available on a first
come, first served basis.
• Eligibility
Cities, counties, and airport districts.
• Most projects that benefit the airport are
eligible, especially revenue-generating.
• Local Match for AIP is eligible.
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Airport Loan Program
• Loan Approval Considerations
– Economic feasibility is a major factor in the
approval of loans for revenue-generating
projects such as hangars and fueling
facilities.
– Sponsor’s overall financial status is
considered.
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Airport Loan Program
• Three to four month process.
• Submit complete application to Department.
• Department conducts public and internal
hearings.
• Loan agreement is prepared by Department.
• Department of General Services (DGS)
reviews and approves.
• State Controller’s Office (SCO) prepares loan
disbursement.
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Airport Loan Process
• First payment on loan is due one year from the date
the warrant was issued by State Controllers Office.
• Loan terms vary from 8 to 17 years.
• Simple interest is charged. Current rate: 5.8329%.
• Loans are subject to audit.
• Submit application to Department:
– http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/planning/aeronaut/
htmlfile/grants-loans.php
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Additional Loan Information
• Periodically, check our website for
updates on Annual Credits and AIP
Matching such as timing and availability
of funds: www.dot.ca.gov/aeronautics
and click on the “Grants and Loan” tab.
• Detailed program information and forms
are all on the website.
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State Aviation Legislation
• State aviation legislation report on our website
• Provide bill analysis for CT management.
• SB 481-Senator Cox - aligns State law with US
F&W Permits. On Gov’s desk.
• ABX4 10- $4M Transfer to GF. All grant
programs suspended for FY 09/10.
• SB 737-Senator McLeod - Requires all ALUCs
be the same. This bill may be taken up in
second year of session.
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Wildlife Strike Information
• Depredation Permit form 37
• Wildlife Hazardous Assessment for Part 139
• Dennis Orthmeyer, USDA, Animal & Plant
Health Inspection Service
• [email protected]
• FAA "Airport Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Home
page" at: http://wildlife-mitigation.tc.faa.gov
• Aeronautics POC: Sandy Hesnard
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Land Use Case
• Citizens v. San Luis Obispo - Initiative trumps
Aeronautics Act, ALUC
– The Second Appellate Court issued a decision on
August 4, 2009 invalidating a January 31, 2008 writ
of mandate from the San Luis Obispo trial court to
permit a 131-acre mixed use development near the
San Luis Obispo airport.
– This decision has significant negative implications
on the State Aeronautics Act and the powers and
duties of Airport Land Use Commissions.
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CALAERO Newsletter
• New quarterly Aero
publication
• First edition published
April 2009
• Past and current
editions available
online at:
www.dot.ca.gov/aeronautics
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General Aviation Video
• CALIFORNIA’S GENERAL AVIATION
AIRPORTS:
LINKS TO VITALITY
• On our Website
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2010 CALUP Handbook Update
Key Objectives:
• Update for changes in law and regulation
• Update accident data and revise discussion of risk and safety
zones
• Additional guidance on infill development
• Provide more “self help” and templates for ALUC staff and
commissioners, particularly for small jurisdictions
• Incorporate additional guidance for California Environmental
Quality Act (CEQA) compliance
• Provide information on NextGen and implications for future
airport land use compatibility planning
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2010 CALUP Handbook Update
• Provide “train the trainer” materials on 2010 Update for
Caltrans staff
• Enhanced public participation in the form of a
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), three public
meetings (dispersed throughout the state), and online
review
FAQs:
• FAA grant being used - $320,000
• Work has begun by consultant team led by ESA
• TAC has been organized and met once (8/18)
• Due to finish December 2010
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Next Generation Plan
Projects in California:
• ADS-B – Los Angeles and Oakland are
scheduled to be completed by June 2010
• Advanced Technologies and Oceanic
Procedures (ATOP) – A prototype facility is
operational in Oakland
• Airport Surface Detection Equipment, Model X
(ASDE-X) – at LAX
• Continuous Descent Approaches (CDA’s) –
Operational at LAX and SFO
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Noise Issues
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Federal State Local Split For Requested Funds
Total: $3.62 Billion
FAA
$3.04 Billion
84%
Local
$468 Million
13%
State
$113 Million
3%
A project must be in the CIP to be
eligible for matching grant funding.
Posted on our website – November 2009
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Current Events
• Capitol Airshow 12-13 SEP 09 –
Sacramento, CA
• NASAO Conference 13-16 SEP 09 –
Phoenix, AZ
• Reno Air Races 16-20 SEP 09
• AASHTO Aviation Subcommittee 22-23
OCT 09 – Palm Desert, CA
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Thank you!
Questions and Answers?
Please visit the Aeronautics website at:
http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/planning/aeronaut/
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