Florida State Statute 332.0075 and Title VI Compliance

Required Information for St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport per Florida State Statute 332.0075 – Commercial service airports; transparency and accountability; penalty

In March 1941, construction started for the St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport at its present site. After Pearl Harbor, the Airport, known as Pinellas Army Airfield, was used as a military flight-training base. After World War II, many army airfields were declared surplus and turned over to cities, counties, and state sponsors to manage. The Pinellas Army Airfield property was granted to Pinellas County in 1946 by the U.S. Government to operate as a commercial airport. It was originally called the Pinellas International Airport, and given the airport call letters, PIE.

The Airport Revenue and Operating Fund is an enterprise fund that accounts for all revenues and expenditures at the Airport. This includes management of passenger and cargo airline operations, military, and general aviation, along with commercial and industrial airport property. The Airport is entirely self-supporting, meaning that no property tax dollars are used to support the operation of the airport.

PIE is a department of Pinellas County Government and follows all Pinellas County Government policies and procedures.

Airport Budget

2)(c) The approved budget for the airport for the current fiscal year.

FY21 Airport Budget Department Book

(2)(d) This is a link to the draft report of PIE’s Master Plan Update, which is a planning tool to guide short- and long-term development to PIE to meet the future operational demands that may be required of the Airport over the next 20 years. The Board of County Commissioners approved the Master Plan Update via Resolution at its November 17, 2020 regular meeting. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has not yet accepted the master plan and posted it on their website.

RES 20-162 Adopt Pie Master Plan

Airport’s FAA Financial Reports

(2)(e)  PIE must submit its financial data in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Authorization Act of 1994 and Public Law 103-305. The Certification Activity Tracking System (CATS) consists of two forms that disseminate Congressionally mandated airport financial information—CATS Form 126 and CATS Form 127.

CATS Form 126 CATS Form 127
If you cannot access the reports by the website, type in St Petersburg/Clearwater Intl next to “Airport”, and use the drop-down menu to choose 2020.

Airport Employee Compensation and Organizational Chart

(2)(g) All Airport employees’ positions, pay grades, and FY21 hourly rates.

PIE Position Titles And Hourly Rate FY2021

To see the minimum, mid, and maximum of each pay grade, you may find them here:  http://www.pinellascounty.org/hr/compensation/cpay-plan.htm

All job classifications and descriptions can be found on the alphabetical index listing on the following page:   http://www.pinellascounty.org/hr/compensation/pcalph.htm

Airport employees’ positions: 

PIE Organizational Chart

Pinellas County Public Bids

(3)(a) PIE is subject to Florida’s Chapter 287 for purchases of commodities or contractual services which exceed the $65,000 threshold amount provided in s. 287.017 for competitively sealed proposals. This threshold is LESS than the Pinellas County’s Purchasing Division Policy of $100,000. An exemption is allowed in 287.057(3) or immediate danger to the public health, safety, or welfare or other substantial loss requires emergency action. Pinellas County’s bid opportunities are found here: https://www.ebids.pinellas.gov/bso/external/publicbids.sdo

Agreements for Professional Engineering Services Starmark International, Inc Agreement Stratacache Services Agreement GCR, Inc. Services Agreement Award of Bid Eau Gallerie Electric Inc.

Board of County Commissioners Meetings and Airport Approved Agenda Items

(2)(a) This is a link to the published meeting notices and agenda of the upcoming meetings of the governing body, the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners. http://www.pinellascounty.org/bcc_agenda.htm

This is a link for information on current and previous meeting agendas.  By clicking on List View, you can change years using the drop down menu. Then click on the PDF in the Agenda column for the appropriate meeting agenda date.  https://pinellas.legistar.com/calendar.aspx

(2)(b)  This is a link to the official minutes of the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners Meetings.  Click on the PDF in the Minutes column for the appropriate meeting date. https://pinellas.legistar.com/calendar.aspx

2)(c) The approved budget for the airport for the current fiscal year

FY21 Airport Budget Department Book

Title VI Compliance

Pinellas County, Florida's St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of its services on the bases of race, color, or national origin, as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended.  Additionally, 49 USC 47123 further prohibits recipients of financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation from engaging in discrimination based on sex, religion, or creed.  Title VI complaints must be filed within 180 days from the date of the alleged discrimination.

Title VI Complaint Procedure

To file a Title VI complaint, please read the Complaint Procedure outlined below and submit the information requested in the Complaint Procedure document to the following address:

Pinellas County Office of Human Rights Director
400 South Fort Harrison Avenue, 5th Floor
Clearwater, FL 33756
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