Airport Leasing Guidelines/Policy Development

New Standard Form Aeronautical Use Ground Lease (Approved 6-18-2013)

FINAL - Aeronautical Use Lease Guidelines (Approved 2-14-2013)

 

2014 Leasing Policy Revisions Committee, Background, and Objectives 

2014 Proposed Development Timeline for Lease Policy & Standard Form Ground Lease Revisions

 

DRAFT - LEASE POLICY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT (Posted September 3, 2014)

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Individuals and organizations who wish to submit comments can do so online or via e-mail or regular mail through October 3, 2014:

  • Online: www.gjairport.com - Please post comment below.
  • Mail: Grand Junction Regional Airport, Attn. Leasing Policy Comment, 800 Eagle Drive, Grand Junction, CO 81506
  • E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (Subject: Leasing Policy Comment)

 

PUBLIC COMMENT FORUM 

The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority will be holding a public comment forum to solicit input on the revision of the policy. The forum will be held Tuesday, September 16, 2014, at 5:15 PM, prior to the Airport Board Meeting. The meeting location is: COLORADO MESA UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY CENTER – MEETING ROOM 213, 1100 NORTH AVENUE, GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO. 

 

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0 #2 Dale Beede 2014-09-06 09:01
I am currently negotiating the purchase of the Colo. Skunkworks hangar at the end of Aviators Way. These lease guidelines represent a great move forward for all tenants at GJT. My only concern is how the CPI will be measured. As you know, the Denver/Boulder area is experiencing growth that much of the rest of the country is not seeing...including Grand Junction. Research should show you that we in Grand Junction now more closely follow the national economy instead of the Denver/Boulder area economy. Therefore, I recommend your CPI measurement include all urban customers, all cities...or whatever the nation-wide measurement is, rather than the Selected Cities, Denver/Boulder Area.
Thank you,
Dale Beede
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0 #1 GJ Airport 2014-09-02 10:10
Please post your comment to the posting board.
All comments are public, so if you would like to submit a comment confidentially, please either mail or email your comment, as outlined above.
Thank you!
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