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07-03-17 Town Council Packet .pdf Town Council Monday, July 03, 2017 4:00 PM 130 Kearns Road Council Chambers Agenda 1. CALL TO ORDER - Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council 2. ROLL CALL 3. PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS - None Scheduled 4. PUBLIC COMMENT - This section is set aside for the Town Council to LISTEN to comments by the public regarding items that do not otherwise appear on this agenda. Generally, the Town Council will not discuss the issue and will not take an official action under this section of the agenda. ( Five Minute Time Limit) 5. CONSENT AGENDA - These are items where all conditions or requirements have been agreed to or met prior to the time they come before the Council for final action. A Single Public Hearing will be opened for all items on the Consent Agenda. These items will be approved by a single motion of the Council. The Mayor will ask if there is anyone present who has objection to such procedure as to certain items. Members of the Council may also ask that an item be removed from the consent section and fully discussed. All items not removed from the consent section will then be approved. A member of the Council may vote no on specific items without asking that they be removed from the consent section for full discussion. Any item that is removed from the consent agenda will be placed on the regular agenda. 5.A. DRAFT AGENDAS Draft Agendas.pdf Town Council Page - 2 5.B. Minutes for Approval Minutes for 11-07-16.pdf Minutes for 12-05-16.pdf Minutes for 12-12-16.pdf Minutes for 06-19-17.pdf 6. PUBLIC HEARINGS - QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS - Public Hearings are the formal opportunity for the Town Council to LISTEN to the public regarding the issue at hand. For land use hearings the Council is required to act in a quasi-judicial capacity. When acting as a quasi-judicial body, the Council is acting in much the same capacity as a judge would act in a court of law. Under these circumstances, the judicial or quasi-judicial must limit its consideration to matters which are placed into evidence and are part of the public record. The Council must base their decision on the law and the evidence presented at the hearing. 1) Staff Presentation. Staff will present an overview of the project, comments and reports received from review agencies, and offer a recommendation. 2) Applicant Presentation. The petitioner is asked to present the proposal. Presentations should be brief and to the point and cover all of the main points of the project. 3) Public Input (limit of 5 minutes per person). People speaking should step up to the microphone and state their name and address. Speakers should be to the point and try not to repeat the points of others have made. 4) Applicant Rebuttal. The Mayor will ask for the applicant’s rebuttal. During this brief time, the applicant should answer the questions raised by the public. 5) The hearing is then closed to public comments. 6) Questions from the Council. After a Council member is recognized by the Mayor, they may ask questions of the staff, the applicant. 7) Make a motion. A member of the Town Council will make a motion on the issue. 8) Discussion on the motion. The Town Council may discuss the motion. 9) Vote. The Town Council will then vote on the motion. None Scheduled 7. POLICY/LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS 7.A. PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF 2017 - AN ORDINANCE ACTING ON APPLICANT'S REQUESTED MINOR AMENDMENT OF FINAL PLAT AND DEVELOPMENT ON 30 PERCENT SLOPES RELATIVE TO THE PROPOSED RELOCATION OF THE BUILDING ENVELOPE ON LOT 1, RIDGE RUN UNIT FOUR Public Hearing Ord 10 - Ridge Run Lot IV.pdf 8. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS Town Council Page - 3 8.A. Consideration to Authorize a Letter of Support to Crate a Partnership with the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies for the Use of Building 6 Use of Building 6.pdf 8.B. Update Draft of the 2017 Community Survey Draft of 2017 Community Survey.pdf 9. TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS - Reports and Updates 10. ADJOURNMENT DRAFT 2Ot7 Agenda ltems . Regular Meetings begin at 4:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted . Work Sessions begin at 4:00 p.m. and aim to end at 6:00 p.m. . The dates on which a8enda items are listed are only a best approximation. Agenda items are added to this list as they arise. ABenda items may well be moved to different meeting dates. Agendas are generally not finali2ed until the Thursday prior to the meeting. . ln addition to a8enda items, this document also lists expected absences ofTown Council members. ln compliance with section 2-49 ofthe municipal code, once the consent atenda is approved, the absences noted will be considered to have received the prior approval necessary of the majority of the Council for members to be absent from meetings. Mon. July 3'd -Pular Meetins o Review a draft of the citizen survey with consultant. PH Minor Plat Amendment Ridge Run lV Lot 1 - Jw . Building 6 Update - Reeular Meetins (Sirku: Out . Reso -Approval of lnter8overnmental Agreement with Pitkin County for 20u Election . First Reading Ord - Police Officer Standard Training Grant . EAB Environmental l-eadership Award Mon. Au s 21't - RePular Meetins o Approval of 58 05-152 (Broadband) Opt Out Ballot Question o Second Reading Ord - POST Grant 4'h - Regular tinP . Community Survey Report of Results Mon.ot 11rh- work session . lnitial Council preparation - discussion of 2018 budtet ideas/ Soals T h q!$ep! 1,{liGCCi!ie!r.llleIg,!4ec!i0c rlAEoen Mon. Sept 18'h - Resular MeetinP Mon. Aut 7th Tue. Se Page 4 of 78 2017 Meetings Mon. .lulv 106 - Work Session (Shenk out) . Continued marijuana discussion; types of licenses and general questions and answers Mon. Julv 17s - Resular Meetlnr {Sh€nk O!!} . Compact of Colorado Communities . Art strategic plan adoption? . Public art acceptance policy? Mon. Aug t4!h - Work Session (sirkus oqt) Mon, oct 2d - Rerular Meetinr o lntroduce draft 2018 BudSet 07-03-17 TC Packet DRAFT 20L7 Agenda ltems Mon. Oct 9th - Work Session o Continue 2018 Budget discussion Mon. oct tSth - RePular Meetins . Continue 2018 Budget discussion ThLlr. Oct 19 - EOTC Meeting - Pitkry! eoq(y Mon. Nov 6th - RePular Meetins . Budget adoption Mon. Nov 13ih - work session Mon. Nov zoth - Rerular MeetinE Mon. Dec 4th - Rerular MeetinE Mon. oec 1lth - Speciel MeetinP Mon. Dec 17t - Resular MeetinP 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 5 of 78 DRAFT 2017 Agenda ltems Tooics for Work Se ns or Other Meelinos Requested Bv Town Council Members. Updale on Daly Town Home requesl for a meeting regarding retaining wallo How did they do that; a presentatlon of the Energy Navigator from the EAB/PWr Meet with EAB and prioritize Sustainability goals . Update on POW Campaign (Protect Our Winters). Receive an Update lrom the Northwest Council of Govemments - Liz Mullen-970-468-0295 ext 1 23. Update on Grand Avenue Bridge replacement proiect in Glenwood. Review, Update, check in with Town Council Goals;e Demonstralion of the new web assets; transit and recreation . Overview of the Re-Op fund it uses and success o Review of Town Charter for possible change lo Recall procedures and possible other updates o Housing strategy - discuss a potential regional approach to aging in place/ work with Pitkin county and county senior services-aging in place. o Capital PeaU Hayden Lodge Request for a group discussion (21116 meeting) . Aging in Place Discussion with Pitkin County Senior Services . HOW DID THEY DO THAT? Presentations by various departments on a variely of operalional issue. Update on Solar and Renewable Energy lor the Town ol Snowmass Village 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 6 of 78 I 2 3 4 5 6 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES NOVEMBER 7,2016 Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, November 7, 2016 at 4:04 p.m. A complete live recording and/or audio of this meeting can be lound at www.tosv.com under Town Council Meetings. This will be archived indefinitely allowing you to view at any time. COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All council members were presenl. STAFF PRESENT: 15 16 11 Wolf Gensch, Nancy Gensch, Emzy Veazy lll, Katherine Bell, Hannah Thompson, Nancy Wilhelm, Dave Durrance, Tom Sherwood, Jerry Butler, Bill Boineau and other members of the public interested in today's agenda items. 18 19 2. PFIOCLAMATIONS AND PRESE NTATIONS A. Sister Cities Presentation --Nancy Gensch Nancy Gensch a long time local of Snowmass Village and a member ol the Sister Cities Program provided Town Council with a presentation about the Sister Cities Program which iust celebrated its 50th Anniversary. This program does sludent exchanges Ior eight to fifteen kids lrom Aspen School District that go lo various cities and then the children from the visiting countries come and stay with the students in the Snowmass and Aspen area. Recently a group ol adults went to visit all the Sister Cities to celebrate the 50th Anniversary. The group provided a live-minute video of the adults on 20 27 22 23 24 25 26 z7 28 Page 7 of 78 'I . 4:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Markey Butler, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. Clint Kinney, Town Manager; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Brian Olson, Chief of Police; David Peckler, Transil Director; Travis Elliott, Assistant to the Town Manager; Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: 7 8 9 10 11 72 13 74 07-03-17 TC Packet 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 35 1 1 -07-16 TC Minules Page 2 ol7 their recent trip. Gensch would like to see a representative from the Snowmass Village Town Council on the Sister Cities Board if Council is interested. At this time, she showed a shorl video of the trip to Garmish this year. 3. PUBLIC COMMENT This section is set aside for the Town Coun cil to LISTEN to commenls by the public regarding items that do not otherwise appear on this agenda. Generally, lhe Town Council will not discuss the issue and will not take an off icial action under this section ot the agenda. Emzy Veazy lll resident of the Roaring Fork Valley spoke to the Mardi Gras Parade and can be taken care of. He also spoke to market Denver fashion designers to the females in Snowmass Village, and the Hot Air Balloons and the protocol ol take otf as this is very dangerous. 4. CONSENT AGENDA These are items where all conditions or re quirements have been agreed to or met prior to the time they come before the Council for final action. A Single Public Hearing will be opened for all items on the Consent Agenda, These items will be approved by a single motion ol the Council. The Mayor will ask if there is anyone presenl who has objection to such procedure as lo certain items. Members of the Council may also ask lhat an item be removed trom the consent seclion and fully discussed. All items not removed from the consent section will then be approved. A member of the Council may vote no on specilic items without asking thal they be removed from the consent section for full discussion. Any item that is removed from the consent agenda will be placed on the regular agenda. A. DRAFT AGENDAS AND WORK SESSION TOPICS B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR: 1) October 10, 2016 - Special Meeting C. RESOLUTION NO. 36, SERIES OF 2016 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT TO COMPLETELY RESOLVE THE LITIGATION BROUGHT AGAINST THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND SNOWMASS ACOUISITION COMPANY BY RICHARD GOODWIN -John Dresser, Town Atlorney Bob Sirkus made the motion to approve those items listed on loday's consent agenda. Tom Goode seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Markey Butler, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. Voting Nay: None. 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 bU 61 62 63 64 65 56 57 68 69 70 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 8 of 78 77 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 Council Member Sirkus informed the Town Clerk he would nol attend the Decembell2, 2016 Town Council Meeting. He also asked that the Snowmass Discovery MOU be put on a future agenda preferably sooner than later. 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS QUASI.JUDICIAL HEARINGS Public Hearings are the formal opportunity for the Town Council to LISTEN to the public regarding the issue al hand. For land use hearings, the Council is required to act in a quasi-judicial capacity. When acting as a quasi-ludicial body, the Council is acting in much the same capacity as a judge would act in a court of law. Under these circumslances, the judicial or quasi-judicial must limit its consideration to matters which are placed into evidence and are part ol the public record. The Council must base lheir decision on the law and the evidence presented al lhe hearing. No Hearing Scheduled 7. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS A. FIRST READING . ORDINANCE NO, 7, SERIES OF 2016 - FIBST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE II- PARKING REGULATIONS OF CHAPTER 8 - VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE - David Peckler, Transit Director and Brian Olson, Chief of Police Brian Olson, Chief of Police and David Peckler, Transit Director introduced Ordinance No. 7, Series ol 20 tO and stated that Chapter 8, Article ll, of the Municipal Code pertains to Parking Begulations. They noled that with the implementation of the town's new digital parking permit and enforcemenl software program an update lo lhe Code's language was needed. This is the lirst reading ol the Ordinance and staff has included a redline copy for the Town Council's review. 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 9'l 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 105 107 108 109 110 i11 172 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 9 of 78 11-07-16 TC Minutes Page 3 ol 7 6. POLICY/LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS No Hearings Scheduled Bill Madsen made the motion to approve Firsl Beading of Ordinance No. 07, Series ot 2016, Amending Article ll - Parking regulations ol Chapter 8- Vehicles and Tratlic of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. Alyssa Shenk seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote ol 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Markey Butler, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. Voting Nay: None. B. EMERGENCY ORDINANCE NO. 6, SERIES OF 2016 _ AN OBDINANCE OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. COLORADO, APPROVING AND DIBECTING THE EXECUTION AND r 13 7t4 115 116 Lt7 118 119 120 121 122 t23 724 725 L26 727 128 729 130 131 tr2 133 L34 135 135 137 138 139 140 741 742 L43 744 145 146 747 148 749 150 151 752 153 11-07-16 TC Minutes Page 4 of 7 DELIVERY BY THE TOWN OF A GFIOUND LEASE AGREEMENT TO BE ENTERED INTO BETWEEN THE TOWN AS LESSOR AND THE CORPOBATION AS LESSEE, A LEASE PURCHASE AND SUBLEASE AGREEMENT TO BE ENTERED INTO BETWEEN THE CORPORATION AS LESSOR AND THE TOWN AS LESSEE, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS INCIDENTAL THEFIETO, ALL FOR THE PURPOSE OF REFINANCING A PORTION OF THE COST OF CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING THE TOWN HALL; AND THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY BY THE CORPOBATION OF A MOFITGAGE AND INDENTURE OF TRUST, PURSUANT TO WHICH CERTAIN CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION SERIES 2016 ARE TO BE ISSUED AND OTHER DOCUMENTS INCIDENTAL THERETO; APPROVING THE EXECUTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF A RELATED OFFICIAL STATEMENT; AND AUTHOHIZING AND APPROVING THE TAKING OF ALL OTHER ACTIONS NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE FOR THE CONSUMMATION OF THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED BY THIS ORDINANCE: AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. --John Dresser, Town Attorney John Dresser, Town Attorney and Marianne Flakowski, Finance Director presented this ilem and stated the purpose ol this Ordinance is to authorize the refinancing of the Town's Certilicales ol Participation issued in 2006 to fund Town Hall. These certificates were not callable until 2016 and due to the availability ol the current lower interest rates, the Town is choosing to refinance these certificales lo reduce the Towns annual payments. The original certif icates were issued in 2006 for a zl-yeat period at a rate of approximately 4.'174"/". By refinancing lhese cerlificates the rate will roughly be 1.91% depending on rale at the time of the sale. Relinancing does not extend the original payoff period. The certilicates will still malure in 2016. Dresser noted that this is an emergency ordinance and as such require an affirmative vote of at least three (3) Council Members and as an emergency ordinance there is only one reading and upon passage of the ordinance it becomes etlective immediately, allowing the underwriter to get the certificates to market as soon as possible in order to secure the best possible rates for the certificates. Tom Goode made the motion to approve Emergency ordinance No. 06, series of 2016, refinancing of the Town's certificates of participation issued in 2006 to fund rown Hall by a roll call vote. Bob sirkus seconded the motion. The motion was approved by avote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Markey Builer, Bob sirkus, Aryssa shenk, Biil Madsen, and rom Goode. Voting Nay: None. C. Discussion Regarding Grant Criteria --Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 154 155 07-03-'17 TC Packet Page 10 ofTB 1.t-07-16 TC Minutes Page 5 of 7 156 157 158 159 160 151 762 163 164 155 166 167 168 169 t70 t77 772 773 174 775 776 777 178 179 Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk stated that during the budget discussion for lhe 2017 budget Town Council approved an increase from 975,000 in 2016 to $i00,000 in 2017. During the 2016 budget discussion on October 19th the Town Council approved the Grant Criteria listed below: "Health and Human agencies that provide a continuum ol health care services including prevention, intervention, treatment, education and outreach programs, regardless of the clients ability to pay and community non-prorit organizations that address community problems and enrich the quality ol lile in Snowmass Village" The Executive Direclor of Anderson Ranch, Nancy Wilhelm and some of her staff were in attendance to ask that Town Council consider revising the criteria to include the arts. Council Member Shenk change the language above to "address community problems and or enrich the quality of life for residents of Snowmass Village". This language would allow agencies that have programs that would enrich the quality of life for residenls of Snowmass Village. The consensus of Town Council was lo change the language proposed by Council Member Shenk for the upcoming Grant process. Council Member Sirkus asked for quantitative oulcomes. 8. TOWN COUNCIL FIEPOBTS AND ACTIONS 180 A. REPORTS/UPDATES 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 797 198 199 Mayor Butler noted that anyone interested in the Election results will be gathering at Slopeside Lanes Bowling Alley in Snowmass Village to watch for Election Results. Council Member Goode attended a C.O.R.E. meeting and provided an update. He also discussed the emails sent regarding the use of mag chloride for the new roundabout. council Member sirkus spoke to the discussion on the october i7, meeting he Ieels this discussion should be clarified at thenext Regular Meeting of lhe snowmass Village Town council regarding the snowmass Discovery. He also spoke to the kidney shaped ice rink and the safety issues related to this shape. council Member Madsen commenled on the new roundaboul and how great it isworking, he asked that statf look at moving the button for the crosswalklor easieraccess for pedestrians creating safer condilions. 9. EXECUTIVE SE SSION At 5:50 p.m. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 11 of78 200 201 202 203 204 Alyssa Shenk made the motion to enter closed session Tom Goode seconded the motion. The molion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voling Aye: Markey Butler, 8ob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. Voting Nay: None. a) Personnel matters, excepl il the employee who is the subiect o, the session has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 2a-6-a02(a)(f)(l) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(cX6); Provided, there is an affirmative vote ol two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose ol considering item (a) above. Provided further, that no adoption ol any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. At 6:18 p.m. Markey Butler made the motion to approve reconvening to the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, November 7, 2016. Alyssa Shenk seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in ,avor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Markey Butler, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. Voling Nay: None. 228 229 10. ADJOURNMENT 205 206 207 208 209 270 277 272 273 274 275 276 277 218 2t9 220 227 222 223 224 225 226 227 At 6:19 p.m. Bob sirkus made the motion to adloum the Regular Meeting ol the Snowmass Village Town council on Monday, November 07, 2016. Tom Goodd seconded the motion. "- voting Aye: Markey Butrer, Bob sirkus, Aryssa shenk, Biil Madsen, and rom Goode. Voting Nay: None. This set ol minures was approved by the snowmass Village Town council al lheirRegular Meeting on Monday, July 3, 2017. 238 239 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 12 of 78 230 237 232 233 234 235 236 237 1 1 -07-16 TC Minutes Page 6 of 7 Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss one item: 24L 242 243 244 11-07-16 TC Minutes Page 7 ol7 24o Submitted By, Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC Town Clerk 07-03-17 TC Packet Page13of78 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES DECEMBEFI 5,2016 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Markey Butler. STAFF PRESENT: Stephen Connor and other members of the public interested in loday's Agenda items. 2. PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS A. Town Council Slatement to the Community --Bob Sirkus, Mayor Pro Tem At this time, Mayor, Pro Tem read a statement to the Community in regards to the President Elect Trump's immigration policy. Copy of this statement is available on the Town's web site. 3. PUBLIC COMMENT This section is set aside for the Town Council to LISTEN to comments by the public regarding items that do not otherwise appear on this agenda. Generally, the Town Council will not discuss the issue and will not take an off icial action under this section ol the agenda. Pat Keefer, 90 Carriage Way Base Village, Snowmass Village, Colorado provide a statement in regards to Metro 1 and Metro 2 taxes. The full comment is available on the Town's web site. 4. CONSENT AGENDA These are items where all condilions or requirements have been agreed to or met prior to lhe time they come before lhe Council lor final action. A 11 72 13 74 15 16 77 18 19 20 2L 22 23 z4 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 07-03-17 TC Packet 1. 4:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Pro Tem Sirkus called lo order the Regular Meeting ol the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, December 5, 2016 at 4:05 p.m. Clint Kinney, Town Manager; John Dresser, Town Atlorney; Travis Elliott, Assistanl to the Town Manager; and Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Page 14 o'f 78 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 12-05-16 TC Minules P age 2 ol 4 Single Public Hearing will be opened for all ilems on the Consenl Agenda. These ilems will be approved by a single molion of the Council. The Mayor will ask if there is anyone present who has objection to such procedure as to cerlain items. Members of the Council may also ask that an item be removed from the consent section and fully discussed. All items not removed from the consent section will then be approved. A member ol lhe Council may vole no on specific items without asking that they be removed from the consent section for full discussion. Any item that is removed from the consent agenda will be placed on the regular agenda. A. DRAFT AGENDAS AND WORK SESSION TOPICS B. RESOLUTION NO. 38, SERIES OF 2016 _ A BESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CEBTIFYING DELINOUENT SOLID WASTE FEES TO THE PITKIN COUNTY TREASURER FOR PLACEMENT UPON THE TAX LIST FOR THE CURRENT YEAR, TO BE COLLECTED IN THE MANNER OTHER TAXES ARE COLLECTED PURSUANT TO SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNTC|PAL CODE SECTION 7-41(b) AND tN COMPLTANCE WtTH THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF COLORADO FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF GENERALTAXES -John Dresser, Town Attorney Alyssa Shenk made the motion to approve lhose items listed on today's agenda. Tom Goode seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote ol 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Butler was absenl. Voting Aye: Bob Si*us, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. Voting Nay: None. John Dresser Town Attomey suggested that the Town Council should amend the exhibit A removlng number '12 lrom the list. Alyssa Shenk made the motion to amend ltem B Exhibil A Resolution No. 38, Series of 20 tG to remove number 12 of the Exhibit. Tom Goode seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote ol 4 in lavor to 0 opposed. Mayor Butler was absenl. Voting Aye: Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. 11 t2 Page 15 of78 Voting Nay: None. 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS QUASI.JUDICIAL HEARINGS Public Hearings are the lormal opportunity for the Town Council to LISTEN to the public 40 47 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 55 67 68 69 70 07-03-17 TC Packet 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 regarding the issue at hand. For land use hearings, the Council is required to act in a quasi-judicial capacity. When acting as a quasi-judicial body, the Council is acting in much the same capacity as a ludge would act in a court of law. Under these circumstances, the judicial or quasi-judicial must limit its consideration to matters which are placed into evidence and are parl of the public record. The Council must base their decision on the law and the evidence presented at the hearing. 7. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS Mayor Pro Tem Sirkus asked tor an update on the HR Director search and Clint Kinney, Town Manager provide a response. 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 80 A. PUBLIC HEARING _ RESOLUTION NO, 35, SERIES OF 2016 - A RESOLUTION SETTING FORTH THE TOWN COUNCIL'S FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS REGABDING THE ANNEXATION OF LOT 2, SECOND AMENDED PLAT OF THE GENTRY LOT SPLIT SUEDIVISION INTO THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BY LOIS B. POPE REVOCABLE TRUST DATED MARCH 29,2007. (Continued from October 17,2016 Town Council Meeting) --John Dresser, Town Attorney Mayor Pro Tem Sirkus opened the continued Public Hearing from October 17 ,2016 al 4:29 p.m. for Resolulion No. 25, Series of 2016 - regarding the Pope Annexation. At this time John Dresser, Town Attorney noted that the Town Clerk and himself have reviewed the Petition for Annexation and have determined thal the Petition and the map are in substantial compliance with the provisions oJ the Municipal Annexation Act, as required by Section 31-12-107 of C.R.S. The next step is conduct a Public Hearing to receive comment for any interested person. When the Public Hearing is complete the Council may consider Resolution No. 35, Series 2016 to make findings and fact and determine a conclusion regarding the need for an election on the Petition lor Annexation. Adoption of this Resolution, concluding no election is required, permits the Council to proceed to late consider an Ordinance annexing the Property into the Town, This Resolution is not the final aclion as to the Annexation. The Annexation will become etfective afteran Ordinance is adopted at second reading. Mayor Pro Tem Sirkus continued the Public Hearing to the Regular Meeting ol lhe Snowmass Village Town Council on Tuesday, January 17,2017 at 4:00 p.m. Steve Connor represenling Lois Pope spoke to this process and agreed upon the continualion. 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 702 103 104 105 106 707 108 109 110 111 tr2 113 07-03-17 TC Packet Page '16 of 78 12-05-16 TC Minutes Page 3 of 4 6. POLICY/LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS 8. TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS 12-05-16 TC Minutes Page 4 of 4 tt4 A) BEPORTS/UPDATES Council Member Madsen asked for an updale on lhe odor mitigation at the Viceroy. Clint Kinney, Town Manager explained the issue and the tix and stated it that has been inspected by the Town building department. Kinney explained that the owner ol the property was required to hire a third-party water consultant to do a full evalualion and provide a solution. Council Member Goode asked for an update on the hiring ol the new Building Official at the next Regular meeting ol the Snowmass Village Town Council Meeting. 115 116 777 118 119 t20 121 t22 123 124 725 726 127 128 729 130 131 732 133 134 135 136 737 At 5:54 p.m. Tom Goode made the molion to adjourn the Regular Meeting ol the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, December 05, 2016. Alyssa Shenk seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Butler was absent. Voting Aye: Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, Bill Madsen, and Tom Goode. Voting Nay: None. This set of meeting minutes was approved by the Snowmass Village Town Council al their Regular Meeting on July 3, 20'17. Submitted By, Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC Town Clerk X 138 139 140 141 142 L43 744 745 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 17 of 78 9. ADJOURNMENT 1 2 3 4 5 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES DECEMBER 12,2016 A complete live recording of this meeting can be found at www.losv.com under Town Council Meetings. This will be archived indefinitely allowing you to view at any time. COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Markey Butler, Bill Madsen, Alyssa Shenk, and Tom Goode. COUNCIL MEMBEFIS ABSENT: Bob Sirkus. STAFF PRESENT:Clint Kinney, Town Manager, Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director, Bhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk. PUBLIC PRESENT:Pat Keefer, Bruce Smith, Joe Flynn, Linda Flynn and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. None scheduled Pat Keefer, 90 Caniage Way homeowner at Base Village stated she was sharing more information in regards to the Metro Dislrict and General lmprovement District. She provided numbers and information regarding both and stated that the laxes for 180 owners are five times the Pitkin County rate on the tax bill. Keeler also noted that the Base Village Metro Tax District at 45 mils does not have a web site to go to. The realtors that sold these units did disclose the lax rale al lime of selling these units and some homeowners were told that it was a onetime tax after purchase. 6 7 8 9 10 11 t2 13 14 15 16 l7 18 19 20 27 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Page 18 of 78 1. 9:00 A.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Mayor Boineau called to order the Special Meeting ol the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, December 12,2016 at 9:25 a.m. 2. PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS 3. PUBLIC COMMENT This section is set aside for lhe Town Council to LISTEN to commenls by the public regarding items that do not otherwise appear on this agenda. Generally, the Town Council will not discuss the issue and will not take an off icial action under this seclion of the agenda. 07-03-17 TC Packet 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 47 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 32 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 12-12-16rC Minutes Page 2 of 4 4. CONSENT AGENDA These are items where all conditions or requirements have been agreed to or met prior to the time they come before the Council for linal action. A Single Public Hearing will be opened for all items on the Consenl Agenda. These items will be approved by a single motion of the Council. The Mayor will ask if there is anyone present who has objection to such procedure as to certain items. Members of the Council may also ask that an item be removed lrom the consent section and fuly discussed. All items not removed from the consent section will then be approved. A member of the Council may vote no on specific items without asking that they be removed from the consent section for full discussion. Any item that is removed from the consent agenda will be placed on the regular agenda. A. DRAFT AGENDAS AND WORK SESSION TOPICS B. RESOLUTION NO. 40, SERIES OF 2016 - A RESOLUTION LEVYING GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES FOR THE YEAR 2017 10 HELP DEFRAY THE COST OF GOVERNMENT FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO; AND TO PAY GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PRINCIPAL, INTEREST AND RELATED COSTS; AND FOR THE TOWN'S ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM; AND THE CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS THE DROSTE PROPERTY PUHCHASE FOR THE 2017 BUDGET YEAR -Marianne Flakowski, Finance Direclor Tom Goode made the motion to approve those items listed on today's consent agenda. Alyssa Shenk seconded the motion. The molion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Sirkus was absent. Voting Aye: Markey Butler, Bill Madsen, Alyssa Shenk, and Tom Goode. Voting Nay: None. 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS QUASI-J UDICIAL HEARINGS Public Hearings are lhe formal opportunity for the Town Council to LISTEN to the public regarding the issue at hand. For land use hearings, the Council is required to act in a quasi-judicial capacity. When acting as a quasi-judicial body, the Council is acling in much the same capaoly as a iudge would acl in a courl ol law. Under these circumstances, the judicial or quasi-judicial must limit its consideration to matters which are placed into evidence and are part of the public record. The council must base their decision on the law and the evidence presented at the hearing. 6. POLICY/LE GISLAT IVE PUBLIC HEARINGS No Hearings Scheduled 61 62 63 64 55 66 67 58 69 70 7l 12 73 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 19 of 78 7. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 EMERGENCY ORDINANCE NO. 8, SEBIES OF 2016 - AN OBDINANCE DESIGNATED BY THE SHORT TITLE "2016 REFUNDING NOTE ORDINANCE": AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO TO CONTRACT AN INDEBTEDNESS ON ITS BEHALF AND UPON ITS CBEDIT BY THE ISSUANCE OF ITS GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING NOTE SERIES 2016 IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,265,000 FOR THE PUHPOSE OF REFUNDING THE TOWN'S OUTSTANDING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 2006; PROVIDING DETAILS CONCERNTNG THE NOTE, tTS FORM, SALE AND FUNDS RELATING THERETO; PROVIDING FOB THE LEVY OF GENERAL AD VALOREM TAXES TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON THE NOTE, FOR THE PAYMENT OF COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE TRANSACTION; AND AUTHORIZING AND APPHOVING THE TAKING OF ALL OTHER ACTIONS NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE FOR THE CONSUMMATION OF THE TBANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED BY THIS ORDINANCE; RATIFYING ACTION HERETOFORE TAKEN AND RELATING TO SUCH NOTE; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY -John Dresser, Town Attomey John Dresser Town Attomey stated the pu rpose of this Ordinance is to authorize the refinancing ol the Town's General Obligation Bonds issued in 2006 to fund the Recreation Center. These bonds were not callable until 2016 and due to the availability of the current lower interesl rates, the Town is choosing to refinance these bonds lo reduce the Towns annual payments lunded by property taxes. The original bonds were issued in 2006 lor a 2o-yeat period at a rate ol approximately 4.64%. By refinancing these certificates the rale will reduced to approximately 2.07o lo 2.7% depending on rates at the time of the closing. The refinancing does not extend the original payotl period. The bonds will still malure in 2026 and in orderto take immediate advantage of a historically favorable market lor the certificates and pursuant lo Snowmass Village Charter Section 4.10, the Ordinance is an emergency ordinance and as such requires an affirmative vole of at least three (3) council members. As an emergency ordinance, lhere is only one reading and upon passage of the ordinance il becomes effective immediately, allowing the underuvriter to get the bonds to markel as soon as possible in order to secure the best possible rales for lhe bonds. Tom Goode made lhe motion to approve by a roll call vote ordinance No. 0g, series of2016 as an emergency to refinance the Town's General obligation Bonds. Biil Madsen seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote oi 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Markey Butler, Bill Madsen, Alyssa Shenk, and Tom Goode. 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 105 707 108 109 110 111 L12 113 Voting Nay: None. Dresser asked that in seclion 11 and 29 of the ordinance be amended to include thelanguage stating that "the Town is not expected lo exceed the ten million dollar tax - exempl evaluation in the calendar year ol 2016,, 114 115 116 717 12-12-16 TC Minutes Page 3 of 4 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 20 of 78 118 119 120 127 722 723 724 125 12-12-16rC Minutes Page 4 of 4 Bill Madsen made the motion to approve the amendment to the emergency Ordinance with the language provided bythe Town Attorney. Tom Goode seconded the motion- The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Sirkus was absent. Voting Aye: Markey Butler, Bill Madsen, Alyssa Shenk, and Tom Goode Voting Nay: None. 8. TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS A) REPORTSiUPDATES None at this time 9. ADJOU N NT At 9:52 a.m. Tom Goode made the motion to adiourn the Special Meeting ot the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, December 12, 2016 Alyssa Shenk seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Markey Butler, Bill Madsen, Alyssa Shenk, and Tom Goode. Voting Nay: None. This set of Special Meeting Minutes was approved by the Snowmass Village Town Council at lheir Regular Meeting of July 3, 2017. 743 Submitted By, L26 727 131 732 133 734 135 136 737 138 139 728 129 130 144 745 146 747 140 L47 142 Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC Town Clerk Page21 of7807-03-17 TC Packet 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1? SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES June 19,2017 1) CALLTOORDER Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeling of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, June 19th, 2017 al +02 p.m. 2) ROLL CALL: COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Alyssa Shenk, Markey Butler, Bob Sirkus, Tom Goode Bill Madsen 72 13 14 15 16 t7 18 19 zo 2t 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 STAFF PRESENT:Clint Kinney, Town Manager; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Travis Elliott, Asst. to Town Manager, Barbara Peckler, Adminislrative Asst. Erika Robbie 4) PUBLTC COMMENT None 5) CONSENTAGENDA 5.A Draft Agendas and Work Session Topics Short discussion with the Town Attorney on the difference between an excused and unexcused absence at meetings for Council Members. This can be reviewed in the Town Municipal Code Sec. 2-29 and Sec. 2-50 Bob Sirkus made the molion to approve those ilems listed on today's Consent Agenda Tom Goode seconded the motion. The motion was carried by a vote of 4 in lavor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Alyssa Shenk, Markey Butler, Bob Sirkus, Tom Goode, Bill Madsen absent Voting Nay: None 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 22 of 78 A complete live recording of this meeting can be found at www.tosv.com under Town Council Meetings. This will be archived indefinitely allowing you to view at any time. PUBLIC PRESENT: 3) PROCLAMATTONS AND PRESENTATTONS None 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 5l 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 6l 62 63 64 65 56 67 68 69 70 77 72 73 74 75 76 77 '18 6) PUBLIC HEARINGS - QUASI.JUDICIAL HEARINGS None 8) ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 8.A Dratt 2017 Community Survey packet informalion Memo Community Survey.docx Attachment A -DRAFT 20'17 Community Survey.pdl Attachment B - 2015 Final Survey.pdf 20'15 Community Survey Full Results and Comments (2).pdf Travis Elliot, Assistant to the Town Manger presented to Council the first draft for the 2017 Community Survey prepared by ETC consulting. Council was asked for their inpul on the current questions and if lhere were additional questions they would like to see in the survey. Travis is hoping to have a final version for Council to approve at the July 3'd meeting. Once the survey has been approved it will be online lor the next 4 weeks for lhe community to respond. lf asked the town will print out a survey tor anyone, and the survey will be well advertised in all areas of local advertising. The consultants are hoping to present the final resulls to Council around September Srh. Council members recommended some grammatical and word choice suggestions along with suggested layoul changes. The areas they would like to see reviewed more were:. Move housing question closer to the beginning and add a few more queslions such as il you are in a large home and the option to downsize was available would you do so. Council would like to get as much information as possible about the current housing issues conceming the locals.. Possibly rank the Strategic Goals instead of just selecting 2 or 3.. Clari8 or even delete some of the queslions conceming the individual departments.. Evaluating Solid Waste options maybe adding composting pickup?. Getting Around Town mention We-Cycle and would they use it.. Restructuring the Rec Center questions and how you ask about the Fitness classes and other programs. On a side note possible add-on's to the survey Council inquired if there should be any questions conceming allowing Mariiuana sales within the village. clint Kinney, Town Manager said this will be brought to council nexl month for discussion. Town Park entryway, should we validate what was originally planned slill what the public wants lo see in the entryway? 07-03-17 TC Packet 7) POLICY/LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS None TC Minutes 06-19-17 Page 2 of 3 Page 23 of 78 With the timing ol the survey coming out it does nol work well to have any queslions concerning the Town Comprehensive Plan. 1O) ADJOUNMENT At 5:45 pm. Tom Goode made the molion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, June 1gth,2017. Bob Sirkus seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vole of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Madsen was absent. Voting Aye: Alyssa Shenk, Markey Butler, Bob Sirkus, Tom Goode, Bill Madsen absent Voting Nay: None This set ol minutes was approved by the Snowmass Village Town Council at their Regular Meeting on Monday, July 3d, 201 7 Submitted By, Barbara Peckler Administrative Asst TC Minutes 06-19-17 Page 3 of 3 07-03-17 TC Packet 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 me 109 110 111 7t2 113 tt4 115 116 717 118 119 120 127 t22 723 9) TOWN COUNCIL REPOBTS AND ACTIONS Tom Goode, Council Member attended lhe EOTC meeting last week and CORE meeting. The CORE citizens grant review board looked over lhe applications and Tom noticed Building 6 had submitted a requesl lor $189,000 through the Town of Snowmass that no one from the lown was aware of. There was also discussion about fairness conceming contributions between Snowmass Village, Pitkin County and City of Aspen. On an interesting note the Red Mounlain Group is utilizing the warm water from Glenwood Springs hol springs and using it to provide heat. Bob Sirkus reported that the Aquatic Nuisance Species lnspection program started Memorial Day weekend. Now the concem is labor costs are running more than anticipated which may lead to having the program end earlier than planned. Mark Fuller is trying to raise additional funds so that it can continue to October. This would be the 1st year to run inspeclions for the entire summer. Bob will have more information in the future. Markey Butler reminded Council ol the roundabout art ceremony coming up. She commented lhat the flower gardens are looking very nice and thanks to the Snowmass Tourism Department for a great past weekend of events. Page 24 of 78 Town of Snowmass Village July 3,2017 Agenda ltem: PUBLIC HEARING ANO FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF 2017: AN ORDINANCE ACTING ON APPLICANT'S REQUESTED MINOR AMENDMENT OF FINAL PLAT AND DEVELOPMENT ON 30 PERCENT SLOPES RELATIVE TO THE PROPOSED RELOCATION OF THE BUILDING ENVELOPE ON LOT 1, RIDGE RUN UNIT FOUR. Presented By: Julie Ann Woods, Community Developmenl Director, AICP/MLA Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner, AICP/MPCD Background: The Applicant, John and Joan Nolan, as authorized by the Owner, Mohammadioun lrrevocable Trust, in a letter dated March22,2017, submitted the above noted application on April 26, 2017. The application proposes the relocation of the existing building envelope of 7,560 square feet on lhe east portion of Lol 1 to the westerly portion of the lot with a reduced building envelope footprint of approximately 7,046 square feet. Both envelope placements incorporate a roughly equal amount of 30 percenl slope areas. Following a compleleness review, and the acceptable updates received, the application was deemed complete via a resubmission on May 30,2017. However, the submittal did not include a formalized amendmenl to the subdivision plat for a technical review. lf acted upon favorably by Council, the applicant should submit an amended subdivision plat prepared by a licensed surveyor in the State of Colorado for formal review prior to execution and recordalion, and prior to issuance of any building permit. The application was subsequently referred to and reviewed by the town's development review team. No substantive comments were received. The application was submitted and reviewed in accordance with Section 16A-5450, 'Amendment of final plat,' pursuant to the Town's municipal code. Lot 1, Ridge Run lV is a vacant site that is 41,199 square feet in size with an establishe-d, platted building envelope of 7,560 square feet. The plat for Ridge Run lV was approved by the Town in December 1978 and subsequently recorded approximately one year following town incorporation Page I of 5 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 25 of 78 Town Council Agenda ltem Summary Ordinance 29, 1978, approved the PUD, its zoning and the subdivision plat for Ridge Run lV, which is unlike the other filings (Ridge Run l, ll & lll) that were simply zoned 'SF-30.' Two of the conditions in Ordinance 29 that apply to Lot 1 include: Section 3(a). "When the FAR for a lot in the subdivision cannot be achieved by a one-story building, applicant will deed restrict the lot to require a multi-story building which can be built without obtaining a zoning variance." Section 3(b). 'Allowable FAR shall be the same as allowed under lhe zoning regulations for a SF-30 zone diskict." The maximum FloorArea Ratio (F.A.R.) for Lot'1, Ridge Run lV perthe municipal zoning code is 0.13:1 , but due to the lot size, the code caps floor area limit for the property to 4,500 square feet. After visiting the site and the nearby homes in Ridge Run lV (on Deer Ridge Lane), a majority if not all of the homes in the filing were buill with a minimum of two-stories in height. This likely occurred as a resull of the sleep hillsides in the vicinity. Staff would recommend that the applicant be able to ulilize lhe 28 foot helght limit parameter akin to the provision in a'SF-30'zone district. The 28 foot height standard equates to a two- story residence with a pitched roof elemenl- Also, the "Final PUD Plan" exhibit in Ordinance 29 did not show building envelopes on the lots for Ridge Run Unit Four. lnstead, Exhibit 'C's' 'Sile Plan' of the ordinance's Subdivision lmprovement Agreement generally illustrated circular shaped building envelope locations in a cross-halched manner. However, the building envelopes were not definitively placed on the plan. Rather, it was the accompanying subdivision plat that specifically described the locatlons of the building envelopes in Ridge Run Unit Four. There are two water and sanitary sewer easement per the subdivision plat thal split the site. The east-west oriented one is noted as an'approximate location.' Reference the comments from the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District in Exhibit 'D' of the attached Ordinance 10 (labeled as Attachment 'A'). To further understand the effects of the proposed building envelope relocalion on Lot 1, Ridge Run lV, below is a comparison analysis of the approximate horizontal and vertical distance differences between adjacenl Lots 2 through 4 against lhe existing and proposed building envelope on Lot 1 (see next page)'. Page 2 of 5 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 26 of 78 Comparison Matrix Minor Plat Amendment Lot 1, Ridge Run lV Building Envelope Relocation ln 'PUD' Zone District Per Applicant's Cross.Sections Category Lot l, Ridge Run lV Existing Building Envelope Lot l, Ridge Run lV Proposod Rslocated Building Envelope Net Difference LOT 2's, RIDGE RUN lV EXISTING BUILDING ENVELOPE Horizontal Distance: (measured from noar conter ouler edgo) (msasu.ad from near63t corners) 50 ft. +/- 50 ft. +/. 125 ft. +l- 70 ft. +/- +75 ft. r/- +20 ft. +l- 43 ll. +l-61 fl. +/-+'18 ft. +/- LOT 3's, RIDGE RUN lV EXISTING BUILDING ENVELOPE Horizontal Dlstance: (measurod Irom near center outer edge) (mga3ured from n€alglt comer3) 174 fl. +l- 150 ft. +l 163 ft. +/- 140 n. +t -11 fl. +l -10 ft. +/ Vertical Distance: (measurod botw€en center of snvelop*)66ft +/- LOT 4's, RIDGE RUN lV EXISTING BUILDING ENVELOPE 238 ft. +/- 230 ft. +A Horizontal Distance: (meassred trom outer edgos) (measur6d from noarest corneB) 301 ft +/- 260It. +l- Vertical Distance: (measur€d b€tween contgr ot envolopo3)31 ft. +^+11 ft. +/- - It would appear per the Applicant's cross sections and measurements taken (see Attachment 3) that Lot 4 may be the most impacted by the proposal. However, the lot does not appear adversely impacted because the home within the building envelope on Lot 4 is beyond a slight ridge to the south of the proposed relocated building envelope on Lot 1 . ll should be noted that Staff has received correspondence from the owner (or representalive thereof) of Lot 3 (see Attachment 4) who prefers the envelope stay as platted. Stafffinds that a home constructed within the current envelope with accompanying driveway access retaining walls would have a visual impact on those traversing Ridge Road. The proposed relocated building envelope to the west side of Lot 1 would have less visual impacts to Ridge Road, but could be more visible from properties across Assay Hill, including Base Village, Town Hall and the Snowmass Center. A tree Page 3 of 5 07-03-17 TC Packet Page27 of 78 Vertical Distance: (moasured between c€ntgr of enyelopgs) 54 ft. +/-+1211. +l- -53 ft. +/- -30 ft. +/- 42 ft. +l- mitigation plans has been included as a condilion of approval to help minimize any visual impact. Minor Amendment to Final Plat's Municioa lCod e review standards: The Applicant is required to demonstrate compliance with the Minor Amendment to a Final Plat's Review Standards in Section 16A-5-450, the Review Standards for a Subdivision Plat in Section 164-5-440, and the Development Evaluation Standards in Article lV of the Land Use and Developmenl Code. Staff: Staff finds that the Applicant's application addressed and showed compliance with the above noted review standards regarding the Minor Amendment to a Final Plat for the proposed building envelope relocation onto 30 percenl slopes, as further described in Attachment 2. Financial lmpact: There are no financial impacts to the Town in association with the proposed building envelopment relocation. Applicability to Council Goals & Objectives: Not applicable for this item. Council Options: Town Council may approve, approve with conditions or deny the request for the Minor Amendment to the Final Plat proposing a building envelopment relocation onto 30 percent slopes pursuant to attached Ordinance No. 10, Series o12017, which may be amended at the meeting. Staff Recommendation 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 28 of 78 Public Hearino Notification Reouirements: Sec. 16A-5-60, 'Notice of public hearings,' and Sec. 16A-51150(2), 'Review procedures.' According to the municipal code lhe Planning Commission is not required to review proposed minor amendments to final plats. A 15day public hearing notice is required for Town Council consideration of the application. The applicant submitted the required signed affidavits for the mailing and posting of the public hearing notice. As of the writing of this report, no further public comments were received outside of the public comments made and submitted as part of the applicant's application malerials (see Attachment 4). Page 4 of 5 ATTACHMENT 1 : Town Council Ordinance No. 10, Series of 201 7, wilh its referenced exhibits including aerial/vicinity maps, an improvement survey showing the existing and proposed building envelope locations, other informational drawings, and a memorandum dated June 27,2017 from SGM to SWSD. ATTACHMENT 2: Applicant's responses to the municipal code's review standards. Page 5 of 5 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 29 of 78 Staff recommends that Town Council approve the attached Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2017, on first reading as conditioned below, and continue the Public Hearing to July 17, 2017 for second reading of the ordinance. The conditions are that the Applicant: a) submit a formalized amended plat prepared by a licensed surveyor in the State of Colorado for technical review by town staff and for subsequent execution and recording prior to issuance of a building permit; b) address and comply with the comments from the SGM memorandum dated June 27 ,2017 lo the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District; c) submit a tree removal and mitigation plan for furlher review with a building permit application; d) comply with the 28 foot height limit parameter akin to lhe provision in a 'SF-30' zone district as measured from existing and proposed finished grade, whichever is most restrictive at any measured point; e) employ muted medium to darker exterior finish elements on the home wilhin the relocated building envelope to blend with the hillside and to lessen its visual impacts from properties to the west across Assay Hill; fl implement the recommendations in the updated geotechnical report dated May 9, 20 1 7 during conslruction. ATTACHMENT 3: Site Section Plan-View Legend and Cross Sections provided by the Applicant with additional notations or measurements. ATTACHMENT 4: Public comments / correspondence received from adjacent and nearby property owners to Lot 1, Ridge Run lV, as part of the Applicant's application submission. ATTACHMENT I Town Council Staff Report Lot I, Ridge Run IV I l 3 I 5 6 7 E 9 t0 lt l2 t3 t1 l5 l6 t7 IE t9 20 2l TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 10 SERIES 2017 AN OROINANCE ACTING ON APPLICANT'S REQUESTED MINOR AMEND]TIENT OF FINAL PLAT AND DEVELOPiTENT ON 30 PERCENT SLOPES RELATIVE TO THE PROPOSED RELOCATION OF THE BUILDING ENVELOPE ON LOT 1, RIDGE RUN UNIT FOUR. WHEREAS, the Applicant, John and Joan Nolan, as authorized by the Owner, Mohammadioun lrrevocable Trusl, in a letter dated March 22, 2017, submitted the above noted application on April 26,2O17: and WHEREAS, the application proposes the relocation of the existing building envelope of 7,560 square feet on the east portion of Lot 1 to the westerly portion of the lot with a reduced building envelope footprint of approximately 7,046 square feet, as further described or illustrated in attached Exhibits 'A' through 'C' incorporated herein; and WHEREAS, both the existing and proposed relocated envelope placements incorporate a roughly equal amount of 30 percent slope areas; and WHEREAS, following a completeness review, and the acceptable updates received, the application was deemed complete via a resubmission on May 30, 2017; and WHEREAS, the application was subsequently refened and reviewed by the town's development review team, and NOW, THEREFORE, BE lT ORDAINED, by the Town Councit of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 23 21 25 26 27 2t 29 t0 3l 32 3l 34 35 36 37 38 l9 .10 4t 42 43 Page 30 of 78 WHEREAS, a public hearing notice was printed in the Snowmass Sun on June 15, 2017 lor the scheduled Town Council meeting on July 3, 2017 lo consider the application; and WHEREAS, the application was reviewed pursuanl to Section 164-5-450 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code ("Municipal Code"), to consider the application, the recommendations of Town Staff, and receive public comments thereon. 07-03-17 TC Packet 41 ,t5 46 47 4E 49 50 5l 52 5l 51 55 56 57 5E 59 60 6l 62 6-l 61 65 66 67 68 69 70 7t 72 73 71 75 76 77 7t 19 t0 EI 82 8l Town Councll Ordlnance 10,20'17 Lot l, Ridgo Run lV, llinor Pl.l Amsndmsnt lor Bulldlng Ervolope Rolocation onto 30% Slopos Page 2 ol I Seclion One: Findings. Based upon the information contained in the Arplication, the supplemental or updated information submitted to Town Staff and the testimony in the record, the Town Council hereby finds that: 1) The Applicant has submitted sufficient informalion pursuanl to Section 16A-5-450 of the Municipal Code to permit the Town Staff and Town Council an adequate review of the Minor Amendment to the Final Plat for the proposed building envelope relocation on Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit Four. 2)The application, subject to satisfying the conditions stated below, sufficiently addressed and demonstrated compliance with the Minor Amendment lo a Final Plat's Review Standards in Section 164-5-450, the Review Standards for a Subdivision Plat in Section 16A-5-440, and the Development Evaluation Standards in Article lV of the Land Use and Development Code. 3)Town Council finds and authorizes development to occur on the relocated building envelope which contains approximately an equal amount of 30 percent slopes as occurs on the established building envelope on Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit Four. The applicant sufliciently demonstrated lhe development is: a) unable to avoid the steep slopes; and b) on the basis of competent engineering or geologic reports (as updated on May 9, 2017) and data and teslimony received, the design and/or construction lechniques that will be incorporated within the development will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential harm to the public health, safety or welfare. Section Three: Conditions. The approval granted herein is subject to the Applicant complying with the following conditions: 1) Submit a formalized amended plat prepared by a licensed surveyor in the State of Colorado for technical review by town staff and for subsequent execution and recording prior to issuance of a building permit. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 31 of 78 @!9!_ Two: Action. The Town Council hereby approves the Minor Amendment to the Final Plat to permit the relocation of the building envelope from the east to the west side of Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit Four, onto 30 percent slope areas as described and illustrated in attachment Exhibits 'B' and 'C,' subject to the conditions in Section Three below. Town councll Ordlnanco 10,2017 Lot l, Ridge Run lV, Minor Pl.l Amsndmont for Bullding Envolop€ Ralocalion onto 30% Slopor Prge 3 of a 2, Address and comply with the comments from the SGM memorandum dated June 27, 2017 to the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (attachment Exhibit'D'). 3)Submit a lree removal and mitigation plan for further review with a building permit applicatlon. 4)Comply with the 28 foot height limit parameter akin to the provision in a 'SF-30' zone district as measured from existing and proposed finished grade, whichever is mosl restrictive at any measured poinl. Employ muted medium to darker exterior finish elements on the home within the relocated building envelope to blend with the hillside and to lessen its visual impacts from properties to the west across Assay Hill. 6)lmplement the recommendations in the updated geotechnical reporl dated May 9, 2017 (in the applacation materials submitted May 30,2017) during construction. 7)Following execution, this Ordinance and its exhibits shall be recorded, at the Applicant's expense, with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. 8)The Applicants shall complete all actions or matters which in the opinion of the Planning Director and the Town Attorney are necessary to satisfy or dispense with the completion, execution and/or recording of all documents necessary to implement the conditions of this Ordinance and the requirements of the Municipal Code. Should disagreements arise regarding matters requiring Planning Director approval or completion of the necessary documents that cannol be resolved between Town Staff and the Applicants, the matter will be referred to the Town Council for final direction and/or determination. Section Four: Severabili ty. lf any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effecl without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. INTRODUCED, READ, APPROVED on first reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on July 3, 2017 upon a motion by Council 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 32 of 78 84 t5 t6 87 88 89 90 9t 92 93 9,1 95 96 97 98 99 t00 l0l t0l l0l t0,l 105 t06 t07 t08 109 0 t ll2 nl r t.1 5 6 tt7 ll8 9 t?0 t2l l2.i t2.t t:5 126 t2'l r28 r29 r30 t.l I t32 r33 B{ |]5 r36 B7 l]E t39 t40 l4t 142 t.13 l,l4 115 t16 t47 l4E t49 r50 t5t r52 r53 t5,t t55 156 157 Town Council Ordlnarco 10,2017 Lot l, Rldge Run lV, llinor Plat Amendment tor Bulldlng Envslope Rolocatjon onto 30% Slopo! P.ge a of 4 Member the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of _ in favor and _ opposed READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on July 17, 2017 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member and upon a vote of _ in favor and _ opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Markey Butler, Mayor Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney I ncorporated Exhibits: Exhibit 'A' - Aerial and vicinity maps. Exhibit'B'- Certified lmprovement Survey Plat showing the established building envelope together with the proposed building envelope on Lol I, Ridge Run lV. Exhibit'C'- Exisling and proposed building envelope drawing with driveway and 30 percent slope informalion on Lol 'l, Ridge Run lV. Exhibit 'D' - SGM Memorandum of comments dated June 27, 2017 lo lhe Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 33 of 78 ATTEST: Exhibit'A' Town Council Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2017 Lot l, Ridge Run IV Page I of2 e{\/ rG fic Ct *,t l)\ q I arffi ar iI I 5:3_ \ 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 34 of 78 r Base Enclave & )( ) L Exhibit'A' Town Council Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2Ol7 Lot l, Ridge Run IV Page2 of? 07-03-17 IC Packet Page 35 of 78 , I \I \ a "\ t L- k{t ( \ I !Lq.l;-.-.* /atB,t 'ltt 7 l\ L*i{I" r ) ;"ti(-r.iqi 1riiNf.._ri r-\r .J I-rc6.9{a Dagre!s rar I iEffiffiEEIIiitIfftt: EE:tiIk5{lfi;*i}ffii Exhibit'B' Tovm Council Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2017 Lot l, Ridge Run IV Pqclofl IIlIPROVEIIIENT SURVEY PLAT I -r!g*-:r{r.t?ljl-. - - li!i'.a!$i"'tajl /.. {!i,Lt * rrrt ti.t .l$'t+.rlJl'.*lv.*rr€ ilfrfB"" Exhibit'B' Town Council Ordinance No, t0, Series of20l7 Lot l, Ndge Run IV IMPROVEIUENT PLAT */4.Fns -@-$! r;l! 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 36 of 78 I -r,'i . _ .:1lr'.!: flf#.-#!; t.4 #i i: tfr. s/ ,. - l.'i ,f,,d ;r'. . . I {., ' .r -." ; Exhibit 'C' Town Council Ordinance No. 10, Series of20l7 Lot l, Ridge Run IV Page I of3 Existing and Proposed Envelop€s (2-hol Cmror l.Gwals) ,. + // lt,. I 1 ..,-- , /- k ? 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 37 of 78 Exhibit'c' Town Council Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2017 Lot I, Ridge Run IV Pege 2 of3 Exisling Building Envelope (? bol Cqtld, !r.ry.rs) +\ //\\'< '\ --$.r\\,./.- -.a -!ao OvI 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 38 of 78 .}"," Exhibit'C' Town Council Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2017 Lot I, Ridge Run IV Page 3 of3 Proposed Building Envelope (2.bol cordJ.Inr.eds) + ,,1 \\ fq, -6, @ st'>y'% //- /- 1-r ?-- --_-- 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 39 of 78 \ OSGM Exhibit'D' Town Council Ordinance No. 10, Series of20l7 Lot I, Ridge Run IV Page I of I TO: FROM: DATE: SUBJECT: MEMORANDUM Kit Hamby, SWSD Chris Lehrman, PE June 27 , 2017 Ridge Run 4, Lot 1 - Existing Easement The purpose of this memo is to provide a recommendation for an existing SWSD easement on Ridge Run 4, lot 1. The property referenced is currently under review by the Town of Snowmass Village for a proposed private residential house. The property has an existing easement that runs across it that does nol have a water or sewer line installed within it. The developer wishes to modify the current building envelope in the same localion as the existing easement and has asked lhe District to abandon the easement. SGM on behalf of the Diskict, made a site visit with John Bell on 3/30/'17 to 318 Ridge Run Road to look at the existing easement in question to evaluate if it is benerlcial to the District. The easement is believed to have been for the waterline that was installed below the lot on a benched platform. The existing easement is on a steep and heavily treed hillside that would make conslruction difficult. John and I delermined in the fietd when the currenl water line needs replacement the best location will be in the easement where it is currently located. SGM recommends the District abandon the described easement that does not have a water or sewer line installed within it as there will be no benefit to the Dishict in the future. To abandon the existing easement the developer will need to: 1. Create/modify the plat map for the property showing the abandonment ofthe easemenl and add a signature block for SWSD to sign confirming the abandonment 2. SGM needs to review this plat map. 3. SWSD needs to sign. 4. Developer needs to record with Pitkin County. lf you have any questions, please contact me. Cc e-mail: Scot Broughton, Scot Broughton Architects, LLC 118 w. 6'h St, Ste 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 Phone: 970-945- 1004 Fax: 970-945 -5948 lV01lV013-321 Snowmas5 W&50\001 Mis.ellaneous Engineering Setui(es\o2 Mitcellaneous OtheNlS Ridge Run RAcorrespondance\M 20170627 Kn H.mby do( 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 40 of 78 Lastly, the current development plan places a driveway across the existing sewer line. The sewer line must be kept with a Minimum of 5 feet of cover over it to prevent freezing. ATTACHMENT 2 Town Council Staff Report Lot I, Ridge Run IV Minor Final Plat Amendment REVIEW STANDARDS (as per Section 15A-5{50(3)}: o) Consistent with originol subdivision. The proposed omendment sholl be consistent with or on enhoncement of the originol subdivision opproval. The amendment retains the existing characteristics of the subdivision in that it does not change the size, shape or configuration of the lots as shown on the Final Plat. The modified building envelope enhances the context of the Ridge Run Four subdivisaon by movinS the residential development and more significantly, the access and associated retaining walls, away from Rid8e Road. People driving along Ridge Road will continue to see a forested hillside when passing by the lot, as opposed to a residence and associated serpentine driveway and retaining walls switching back up the hillside. b) No substontiolly odverse impoct. The proposed omendment shallnot hove o substontiolly odverse effed on the neighborhood surrounding the lond where the omendment is proposed, or hove o substantiolly odverse impoct on the enjoyment of lond obutting upon or ocross the street from the subject property. The proposed modification to the building envelope has no substantial adverse impact to the neighborhood nor to the enjoyment of land abutting the property. The new building envelope will actually enhance the neighborhood by minimizing visual impacts, eliminating the switchbacks and large retaining walls, reducing light and glare from interfering with the night sky; reducing the amount of vegetation removed, and shifting the mass and bulk of the house down the slope away from Ridge Road. As mentioned earlier, the neighboring homes that abut the property are located mostly to the south and above it. We have reached out to the 8 neighbors surrounding Lot l and the HOA. All either agreed this modification is an improvement or are unopposed to it, with the exception of the owner of Lot 3. (please see Exhibit 5). tot 3 and the adiacent tots 2 and 4 are located directly above and south of the parcel. lllustrated below is a viewshed analysis of Lot 3, showing the difference between developinS on the existing building envelope versus on the proposed buildinS envelope. Please see Exhibit 5 for letters and emails from adjacent property owners. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 41 of 78 The primary views from the home on Lot 3 are to the west (Mt. Daly, skitrails). A minor viewshed does look to the north out of a small lower level window on the otherwise blank north-facing fagade. The proposed building envelope has no visual impact on the primary views from Lot 3. As the rendering below shows, the visual effect of using the proposed building envelope instead of the existing building envelope is not more harmful or unfavorable to the owner of Lot 3. !n fact, moving the building envelope down the hillside softens the visual effect of the development on the adjacent lots. Because the proposed envelope is lower in elevation, the structure profile is lower by +20' from the existing envelope location. There is also a better opportunity to screen development on the lot from the adjacent properties. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 42 of 78 i'\ xenr: fl I Srurp DalbL. i + Chatfln "onS .tIl-s P \.\ \ Crav'rord t torr ri .\,'' \. J h t0T1t l*.W ll ,a.^\'lorr 1-\ L , c) Not change choracter. The proposed omendment shall not chonge the bosic chorocter of the subdivision or surrounding oreos. What makes the Ridge Run Unit 4 Subdivision and surrounding areas distinctive in their nature are the north-facing, forested hillsides that contain low density development and access to adjacent ski slopes. Subdivision roads are unlit and inviting. Contact with the great outdoors is evident and all around. The proposed amendment will retain the character and context of the neighborhood by reducing visual and environmental impacts, and by retaining more of the natural forest growth on the parcel. d) Comply with other opplicoble standords. The proposed omendment shall comply with the opplicoble stondords for revlew of o subdivision opplicotion (per Sedion 75A-5440,'Review Standards.' (1) Consistency with Comprehensive Plon. The proposed subdivision sholl be consistent with the intent of the Comprehensive Plon. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 43 of 78 o L--,---- Crl T..ffi II IxrsTlNo €XISTING AND PROPOSEO ENV€LOP€ TOGETH6B FOB COMPABISION vr€w FH0M Lor 3 Google Earth The proposed amendment to the subdivision plat is compliant with the intent of the master plan as demonstrated in the following examples: . Retains the open, natural, and rural character by preserving more of the landscape /5t rotegic Objective, Chopter 7, Built Ehvironment. TOSV Codp.ehensive Plan) . The scale of the development pattern does not change (strotegic objective, Choptet 7, Euilt Ehvironment, |OSV Comprehensive Plon) . The sensitive hillside is preserved to a greater extent /srrotegic objective, Choptet 6, Envircnmentol Resources, TOSV Comprchensive Plon) . Minimizes the negative environmental and visual impacts of development (Policy, Chopter 7, Built Envircnment, IOSV Comprehensive Plon) . Maintains a low-density development pattern that allows for the physical and visual openness (Gools ond Objectives, Chopter 2, Community Chotocte( ond Vision, TOSV Comprchensive Plon) l2l Compotibility with surrounding lond uses. The prcposed subdivision sholl be compotible with the chorocter of existing lond uses in the oreo ond sholl not odversely offect the future development oJ the surrcunding oreo. The proposed amendment does not alter the configuration of the existing subdivision lots and will not impact the development of the surrounding area, which has already fully developed. (3) Comply with othet applicable provisions. The proposed subdivision sholl comply with oll other opplicoble prcvisions of this Development Code, including, but not limited to, the opplicoble stondards of Article lll, Zone Oistricts, ond Article lV, Development Evoluotion Stondords. ARTICLE lll: ZONE DISTRICTS All standards for the zone district have been met within the original subdivision approval. No changes to the intent or the allowed uses are proposed by this application. ARTICLE lV: DEVEI-OPMENT EVALUATION STANDAROS Division 1. - Protection of Environmentally Sensitive Areas 154-4-20. - Sensitiye Wildlife H obitot Areas.Upon review of the habitat mapping from the Colorado Department of parks and Wildlife, the parcel does not contain any of the critical habitat areas listed in this section. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 44 of 78 Sec 164-4-40. - FloodDloin ond wetlond oreos.According to FEMA F|RM mapping, the parcel is not located within a floodplain. No streams or springs are located on the parcel. Sec. 16A-4-50. - Geolooic hozord ore steep slopes ond ridseline Drotection qlg6 Subsection 15A-a-50(d)(a)of the s4ov/!.nqsj Villoqe Lond Use ond Development @glqallows Town Council to authorize development on these slopes if the development is unable to avoid the steep slopes and a geotechnical engineer states its opinion that the slope is not prone to instability or failure and the development will not cause slope instability on the parcel. The basis of this request to revise the building envelope is rooted in the underlying approvals and platting of The Ridge Run Unit 4 Subdivision. Many of the lots in the subdivision have building envelopes (or "setbacks" as they are called in the Subdivision Declaration) that do contain areas of slopes greater than 30%. Lot 1 is an example of this situation. The existing building envelope (shown below) has slopes of greater than 30% on the east and west sides of the envelope with slopes of less than 30% situated in the middle on a noticeable swell or ridge. ln addition, roughly 82% of the driveway alignment crosses slopes in excess of 30%. The driveway and large retaining walls are located to the north and east of the existing building envelope and would be very visible from Ridge Road. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 45 of 78 Sec.76A-4-30. - Brush Creek lmpoct Areo. 'fhe parcel is not located within the Brush Creek lmpact Area as depicted on the mapping provided on the Snowmass Village webpage. Existing Envelope € ,t -l \i E /i I '/t taul acry I, --- 1 LOT.2 The proposed smaller building envelope also contains slopes greater than 30% located on the east and central portions, and slopes of less than 30% on the west. There are also areas of steep slopes along the driveway alignment to the east of the revised building envelope: a ! \t Proposed Envelope I It i,l LOr fl m : ;- -a' *- 1,9!3 i 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 46 of 78 lpl! \\. t- I 'l: r-o, I ?* /z tisted below is a comparison of slope information for both envelopes: A critical point to note is that although the percentage of slopes over 30% for each envelope is comparable, when the driveway to the envelopes is included in the development area, the actual amount of land containing steep slopes impacted by development is 2,\22sq.fl.(20%) greater with the existing envelope (10,215 sq. ft.) than with the proposed envelope (8,094 sq. ft.). Attached as Exhibit 5 is a letter from Ralph Mock of HP Geotech regarding his investigations into the site. Mr. Mock concludes that the slopes on the proposed building envelope are not prone to instability and should not present major constraints to a new residence. The proposed amendment will not affect or change any of the improvement standards as they have been satisfied during the initial development of the subdivision. (4) Suitobility for development. The property proposed to be subdivided sholt be suitobl e for development, considering its topogrophy, environmentol feotures ond ony noturol or mon-mode hozords thot moy affect its development pote ntiol. The property has been approved for development through the Ridge Run Unit 4 Subdivision Plat. Size (square feet) Slopes >30% (building envelope only) Size with Driveway (square feet) Slopes >30% (building envelope and driveway) Existing Euilding Envelope 7 ,s62 4,340 sq. ft 160%l 10,216 sq. fr.l'lo%\ 7 ,046 5,712 sq. ft. (80%) 10,456 8,094 sq. lr.l77Yol Page47 of78 Division 2. - lmorovement Standards 14,678 Proposed Build ing Envelope 07-03-17 TC Packet (5) Adequate public focilities. The property has been determined to have adequate public facilities through the approval of the Ridge Run Unit 4 Subdivision. (6) Spotiol pottern sholl be efficient. The property has been determined to have a spatial pattern that is efficient through the approval of the Ridge Run Unit 4 Subdivision. (7) Phosing. Not applicable. Thank you for accepting this request. The applicant feels that this request for a minor amendment to the Final Plat for Lot 1 of the Ridge Run Unit 4 Subdivision not only complies with the standards in the Snowmass Villase Land Use and Develooment Code but as stated, results in a more sensitive and improved development of this property. lt does so by retaining more of the natural hillside and vegetation, reducing visual impact, and reducing development on steep slopes. The proposal has also received positive support and/or no objection from the HOA, Snowmass Water and Sanitation District and adjacent neighbors. For these reasons, it is respectfully requested that the Town make findings approving this amendment to the Ridge Run Unit 4 Plat. Sincerely, Tom Newland, Newland Project Resources, lnc. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 48 of 78 ATTACHMENT 3 Town Council Staff Report Lot l, Ridge Run IV Minor Final Plat Amendment SITE SECTIOI{ RETERENCE cofiTouRs aRE 2 ,o' @ @ LOT 2 \\ ( LOT 3 I I Il// LOT 4 07-03-'17 TC Packet ,,:}q. /1 p tL Page 49 of 78 IIt I I a I z I 1 f Lor2ffi comm( lo onestory EXISTING u -.<J .lJ :! Eilc :t< E? PiiI EFe Jif, 8:o i:d*' 6igtE 6 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 50 of 78 I I t I I i I I I I I LOI zEML@E tozl'1 loi2 €Mtft 1 mre€O EML*€ * * ror!@*2i lrJ' ffiolgrrus &s c Ex6nrc EXISTING SioxwDros&scm@gEo rtr{ 19 I loT3tMLq u --<i i!9SaI tiu -a < li 6;rE!Ef 8:o 5:dIii9tt PROPOSED rBderca to oe'ti, 9 t " I 07-03-17 IC Packet Page 51 of 78 q tor!€MreE qrsnrotmtdr t,I t. I moiosoEMrcE l !n6 MOtffiBt HOUST Ogrsrlc EXlSTING FRqS@ilruS ru*am@s€D PROPOSED LOT 4 U.Jj V',: E L zoFIIfod aO FoU ia I 8 P i I ;( I fesrdee,c€ lom- 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 52 of 78 !8.!r '1 I I -l ff8rrrcENW!G t !- '-t' Subiect: oate: Tol ATTACHMENT 4 Town Council Staff Report Lot l, Ridge Run IV Minor Final Plat Amendment mlchalc crawlord nr irhclEcrd,{ I !cla,lc.,n R6 Rdg€ Fun 4, Lot 1, 318 8|@6 Run Road - Snowmars Village March 18. 2O1 7 at t 1 r 16 AM Scrol Eroughton sba,chrtecte:!, rmac con' LOT 2 Thank you lor sanding us the inlofiiaton on the proposed relocation ol th6 buildrng envelop€ oa Lol | . Rrdg€ Run 4 that yoil are prepariog As lar as we ars @ncarn€d as ornors ol Lot 2, Rilg6 Run 4, w€ leol stoogly tal |fl€ proposod reloc,aton, as pr6sont€d to us by you. routd be a great improvem€nl to all partiE cooc€rned and warld add our support to sudr approval Ws tryould very mudr approciato yot r keeping lho br/ilding at no fircr€ lhan tho allolted FAR altd nerght as yoo intimated that you tvo{rtd do Hr Scotl Sncerely. On Mon, Mar 19, 20t7 at 12:48 PM, Scol B(oughlon e!!I9!t&!]l!a_:!A!_qql!> wrotE lt Macfi€le and Rudd (sp). l was nice speaking with yorr lhis morning and lhank you lo. rospoodlrE so quictly I apologiae rt I have Rucb s nams in@recl Attaded 6 fD pacl(ago I mentioned Pleas€ liake a look and coobcl me atts you hav6 had a chanca b ravaow lor lurther discussion. &ain, tranks for your lirn€ Rogards Saol Scot 8.or4hbo Arafinods, LLC PO Bor lG6 232m T*o Eiver Roadi Unit 3 Brsall, Cobrado, 81621 w gLg92llw t. 970€27 055.r www scotba.chitects com Scotscot Broughton Architects LLC PO 8ox ,1006 232m Two Rivsr Road: Unn 3 Aasalt C-;okLado 8162r ',t 9L8&7 WzI 970€27 0554 www scotbarchitects com Please consider the environment before printing this email. Rega.ds Oo Mat 7,l)17 al 3 g PM, Scol Broughton <S!alchil9lE@ji20alle0> wrote H Mrchsle My narne 15 Scot Ekoughton and I have Deen relarn6( by a porsp€ctv€ buyer ol Lot , Rdge Bun 4 to loot rnto a burlding enyelope modfrcalon Thls rs the undev€loped lol no(h ol your Sno*mass Villaqe pr@er, Wo aro an the begrnning stagos c, working wlth the lown oI Snowmass Villag€ on lh€ modifuatons but wodc,like lo to(rh base wlh you lo ntrodL{e oursefues and preseot the proposed Please lol me know at your earlcsl @nven€rEe when you have some lm€ tc m66t Ws are hoprng to gel nto the TOSV as soon as possible wiln our applc€toa 90 your raspons€ rs greatly appreoated 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 53 of 78 From: Sub,ect: Dale: To: Cc: JIU Orlby ,illdalbyl @gmail.com Re: Snowmass Building en\relop€ March 20,2Ol7 at'10:21 AM Scot Broughlon sbarchiteclsco,Omac.com Ronald Dalby RKD@arcadiagroup com LOT 3o Scot. Thanks for the rcply. A meeting isn'l necessary' because Dad said therc are no vc€rnrios under which he would approve the rariance to nroyc the building cnrelope. My hope is that if you and the buyer choose to pr(xeed. you are abl€ to build a beautiful home that works well for the family and sits within the cnvelopc that TOSV originally created. lf that's not pcxsible. I bclieuc you will bc ablc to 6nd a bettcr. morc suitable lot else*'here in Snowmass for this project. Kind Regards. Jill Sentrrom my iPhone Jill Dalby, PhD CPCC Marmn Creek Coaching LLC Certified Professional Executive Coaching and Leadership Development For lndividuals and Teams. Creating lmpact through lnsight and Action. Sent trom my iPhoneqr Mar 20, 2017 , al 11 :26 AM, Scot Broughton <sbarchrteclsco @ mac conp rvrote: Jiil. Thanks lor the update, and presenling our proposal to ),our dad. Mr. Dalby. ls lhere a time when you vrould be in Snowrnass that we would be able to meet lo bener understand your various reasons lor opposition ol ouI proposal. and to see il there could be some solutons thal we can agree on. We lyould like lo review this inlormalbn turther with lou Regards, Scot Scot Broqghton Archilects, LLC PO Box 1(}98 23280 T$o Rirrcr Road; Unil 3 Basall, Coloraclc, 81 621 w.970827.0552 1.9708.27.06,54 www. scotbarchitecls.com Please consider the environment beFore printing this email. Or, rJ t ?(: ?t' ) 1, 1 at, 8 5 7 Atl, Jrti lldlby (iilqgllylg.gmaj,l@rnl, rore 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 54 of 78 and inlages )lou sha ) asled m€ l() let yo J with rr rng LLC Certified Professional Executive Coaching and Leadership Development For lndividuals and Teams. Creating lmpact through lnsight and Action. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 55 of 78 lla aclnoale{lqad thal yoir had put a lot ot work rn already 50 he *?anted mo to lsl Wu lnow as soon ss possibl€ Krnd Rega,ds. Jrii LOT 4 From: Harado chris&)idaradorealestate com d Subject: Be: Ridge Bun 4, Lot 1 - building envelope relocation pIoposal. Oate: April 13, 2017 at 6:46 PM To: Scot Broughton sbarchilectsco@mac com Cc: Cory Ferguson cory terguson (-rsothebysrealty com, Jim Chatlin Jchattrnrochaffrnlight com Ha Cory and Scot: As at lhe representative ot Deer Ridge Home LLC, the orirner o{ 172 Deer Ridge Lane, this letter serves to provide no ob,eciion to the proposed relocation ol the building envelope lor Lot 1, Flidge Run lV We concur that this relocation allows for a more sensttve solution tor a home being created on tlle proposed sate. lf any representatives ot the Town of Snowmass Village need to reach us for turther darification, dease do not have lhem hegtate to call me Best Regarc,s, Chris Chris Chaftin 970708.1497 On Apr I 3 201 7. at 3 03 Ptu,l Scot Broughton <soarahrtectscoc\mac com> wrole Hi Chris Hope your doing well Checking rn to see it you have had a chance to talk wrlh your partners regardrng our proposal Please let me know when you get a moment We are comglng our pac*age tomorrow and hope to formally submit to the TOSV Monday. and would like to include your support Thank you Scot Scot Broughton Architects. LLC PO Box 4096 2328OTwo River Road. Unit 3 Basalt, Colorado. 81621 w 9708.27 O552 | 9708.27 05il www.scotbarchilects com Please consider the environment before printing this email ..:': t,:, i:.1', i i. I .Sbarchttgctscorri)maccom..,,,i. Thanks Chrrs I appreoat€ your time on diis S.ot Scol Broughton Architects, LLC PO Box 4096 2328O Two Rrver Road. Unit 3 Basalt, Cdorado. 81621 w 970827 0552t 970F.27 0554 www scotbarchatects.com 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 56 of 78 LOT 5 BARSID, LLC c/o Dickstein 7418 Strcamside Drive Fort Collins, CO 80525-8820 March 28, 2017 Mr. Scot Broughton Scot Broughton Architects, LLC P.O. Box 4096 23280 Two River Road; Unit 3 Basalt, CO 81621 Lot l. R.idg: Rrm IV SubCyisiorl Town of Sncwmass Villaqe. Colorado (.Tosv") Dear Scot The purpose of this letter is to respond to your inquiry conceming the views of thc owners of 2l I Deer Ridge Lsne with regard to your proposal for a variance to r€locatc lhe existing building envelope within tot I, Ridge Run IV (the "Approved Envelope'), to a new location (lhe "Proposed Envelope"). We undcrstand that the new location will be firther dor.rmhill and to the norlhwest on that property, and is shown on the aerial photogaph you provided, a copy of which is attached hereto G!!@h!qg!.3). We understand from the information you provided that the new building to be built in the Proposed Envelopc will stay within thc TOSV's allowablc building volmre and will comply with thc hcight limit at all points. The proposed new location, as prcsentcd, would appear to placc thc new building farther down the slope, and tberefore lcss visible from homes on Decr Ridgc Lane, sucl as ours. The view.of the home and its cntry, for bavelers on Ridgc Road, also appca$ !o be diminishcd. We undcrstand that you would no longcr nccd the substantial retaining wall to accommodate the switchback driveway that would be necessary for thc Approvcd Envelope at a higher elevation on the lot. We also understand that the new building cnvelope is significantly smaller than the one that is currcntly approved, though we did not discuss the exact area. Based on the idormation that you have provided, both in writing and in conversations, the Pmposcd Envclopc appcars to bc a btter location that the current, Approved EnvclolE. Re Attachment "A". your aerial photograph, shows the proposed new building envelope configuration for Lot I in red outline. This lettcr reprcscnts our support for your proposed variance to rclocate and resize the building envelope as depictcd in Attachment *A.. We recognize, of coursc, that fie conceptual hous€ layout shown on that drawing is not binding. Rather, the proposed building envelope location is the oitical matter for which your variancc will be requested. We support that building envelope as shown on the anached photograph, Auachment "A". 25450-11.1 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 57 of 78 000m.502 This letter represents our support only with respect !o tlnt specific building envelope that you have presented, and should not be interpr*ed as support for any other location or for any tonstruction that is inconsistent with the drawing and your representations about compliance with TOSV development standards' Please keep us informed of the progress of your application. We appreciarc your outreach to us and others in the community about this issue, so that any adjustmorts or concerns may be addressed in advance of your application. Regards. Mr. Scot Broughton March 28,2017 PageZ Enclosure 2v60n.t Very truly yours, Barsid, LLC By: C> 000@.502 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 58 of 78 xtit't 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 59 of 78 .: .i ROADRIDGE dtl * SITE Q68gle -'.t' LOT 6 From: Mlke SogErd sogardone@att.net Sublect: He: 259 Oeer Ri@p Hoad Date: April 13,2017 at 6:32 PM To: Scot Ekoughton sbarchitectsco@rn€c.com Hi Scot: - .. ,. I am wondering il you brgpt ow contersalion hst rlonth or lou hav€ a dit erent qt estion. \ \ Either way. We se not lor or againsf your proiect lt looks nrco, hn it is way ol€r ol, h€ads b tako one sije or lhe olher. So, I &ain. Let me know if this doasn't answer your qrestion. Good luck, Mike M&e Sogar<t Pregadteot & Founder The St*le Laboratory www lhsshinelaboratorv. com 1714 E Bi\€rside Dt lndhnapolis, lN 46202 317.440.5823 on Apr 13, A17, at5.26 PM, Sctt Erorghbn <gbarcbi@EgqEgIg8>wrote: Hi Mke, Folk}^ring up ,rom the htormation sent h Marcrr regatcfing our propGd b rehcale fie btildlng enve@€ on Lot 1 al Rirg€ Run in Snowmass. Please l€( me know il you have had a ctEnc€ to rer/ew the hhmatbn, and i, ygu hai/e any queolions. Wo are compilirg orr applicatbn package tomo.row, ar hoping to slrbmit Morrhy. I trrould like !o include ),ou. suppod of thb proposd h the package. Respec'tfully, Scot Scot Broughton Archit€cts, LLC PO Box 4096 23280 Two Biver Road; unit 3 Basalt, Cobrado,81621 : w. 970J927 0552 l.g70E27.Oss4 wwr,. scotbarchitects.cofn Please consider the environment before printing this email. 07-03-17 TC Packet u Page 60 of 78 LOT 7 From : Jacklc or Jarry gkehle,sraol L\)m Subiect: Re; Brclge Run 4, Lot l, 318 Fidgo Hun Road - Snowrnass Village. Date: March t1. 2017 at3106 PM To: sbarchrtectscolemac com Dear Scot, Lot I is quite a distarre from our house and we c;tn only see the eastem edge of the lot where it touches Rirlge Road at the the switch back. We have just listed our house ard antkipate moving back to California at the end of the year. I doubt that whatever constnrtion you are anticipaung would ever be seen from our lot and I doubt we would have any obffiions to whatever your plans may be. Sincerely, Jerry Kehle ---Orbinal Message--- From : Sot Broughton < sbarchitectsco@mac.com> To: gkehle < gkehle@aol.com> Sent: Fri, Mar 10,2017 1:51 pm Subjed: Ridge Run 4, Ld 1, 318 Ridge Run Road - Snowmass Village. Mr. Kehle, My name is Scot Brorghton ard I have been retained by a perspective buyer of Lot t, Ridge Run 4 to look lnto a building envelope modifrcation. This is the undeveloped bt north of your Snowmass Village property. We are in the beginnirp $ages of lorking with the Town of Snowmass Village on the modiircations, but would like to touch base with yan to introduce oursetrres, and present the proposed modiftcaUons. Please let me knor at your earliest convenience when you have sorne time to meet, or talk. Odprwise, crn you provkle a rnailirq address and I1l send a package of our propoeal for your review. WE are hoping to get into Ute TOS/ as soon as pos$ble with our applicatbn so your response h greaUy appreciated. Regards, S@t Scot &oughton Arcfitects, LLC PO Box 4096 23280 Tlt,o Rivor Rosd: Unit 3 Basalt, Cdorado,81621 w 970827.05s2 I 970ty27 W54 www scolbarchrtects com Please consider the environment before printing this email @ 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 61 of 78 LOT 11 From: Bob Sljrpa bsharp€(jrsiarpeandassooales com d Subiect: FE Rdg€ Run ,1, Lot I - Snowmaas Villag€ Oale: Mar.i 27.2017 al6:23 PM To: Scot Bao(Ehton sbarcirdeclsco lrmac com Scot, I would prefer not to get involved with this relocation at this time as I'm preoccupied with other matters. lfthe issue is still pending when I retum to Snowmass on June l2th. I rvould be willing to meet with you and my neighbors. I thought that you would appreciate knolving thal having a positive attitude in the face ofadversity must be newsworthy. since nationally distributed, "SOAR" magazine recently published an article on me in their quarterly edition entitled *Today is a Good Day, Living a Productive Life in the Face of Cancer." (See attachment.) I'mjust trying to do the best that I can do every day. Sometimes I make my optimism come true and sometimes I'm not successful. bul I never give up. Wishing you the best ofluck, Bob Fmm: Scot Broughton I ma ilto: sbarchitectsco@ mac.com] Sent: Monday, March 2Z 20u 1:23 PM To: Bob Sharpe Subject Ridge Run 4, Lot 1 - Snowmass Village Hi Mr Sharpe, It was a please speaking with you a couple weeks ago, andjust want to follow up from our conversation regarding the envelope relocation for Lot L You had mentioned that due to the location ofyour home you did not see a real problem or concem with our relocation proposal. I'm following up to inquire ifyou would provide a simple letter ofsupport for this relocation. or simply respond via this email. We are looking to submit our application to the TOSV very soon, and do appreciate your support. Also, I did check out the Rancho Sahuarita web page and development - quite a project. Are you the brain child ofthis development? lt would be interesling to see the long term vision you have planned. Again, Thank you. Regards. Please consider the environment before printing this email. o 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 62 of 78 Scot Scot Broughton Architects, LLC PO Box 4096 23280 Two River Road; Unit 3 Basalt, Colorado, 81621 w.970827.0552 t. 970t927.0554 wwr! scolbarch tects com LOT 12 From: Bob g*ua bsirlusOgma( com Subi..t: BE 3D Date: Mardr 15.20176t t m PM To: Scol Broughton sbarchrtectsaoLgmac com @ Scot, Thanks for sending these drawings for the proposed change of building envelope on the Ridge Run property. It was particularly helpful to see the placement of the house within the proposed building envelope (pg 2) and the conceptual drawing ofthe home viewed from our home, lot 12 ( pC 3). As tmentioned it appears that this home would be visible from our upper deck. We would agree to the variance to move the building envelope as proposed as long as the homeowner is required to screen their home from our home with mature evergreen trees. Please let us know when your variance goes before the Town Planning Commission. Bob Sirkus Ridge Run ll lot 12 Fromr Scot Broughton Imailto:sbardlitecEco@mac.com] Sent: Wednesday, Marct 15,2017 11:55 AM To: bsirkus@gmail.com Subi€ct 3D Attachment available until Apr 14. 2017 Scot Broughton Architects, LLC PO Box 4096 23280 Two River Boad; Unit 3 Basalt, Colorado, 81621 w.970E27.0552 f.970E27.Os&. www scolbarchrlecls com Please consider the envrronment before printing this email 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 63 of 78 di"k to D-._."""lof-ril- -.. I Nolan-RR4 Neighbor Ae.ral pdf\ zrgue Town of Snowmass Village Agenda ltem Summary July 3,2017 AGENDA ITEM Updated Draft of the 2017 Community Survey Travis Elliott, Assistant to the Town Manager BACKGROUND Major changes to the survey since the June 19th Town Council meeting include the following: . Question #1 : The demographic question, "Which best describes you?" was updated to address Town Council's concerns about clarity. 1a. and 1b. were also added to identify employees within Snowmass Village and business owners. e The housing department questions were moved towards the beginning of the survey. o Question #4a. was added to determine if owners of deed-restricted properlies are interested in down-sizing lo smaller homes. . Questions #5-7 were added to determine levels ol interest in TOSV housing by qualilied employees. . Question #1 0: The administration service quality questions were updated to include the Town Manager's Office. . Queslion #12: The Town Council's strategic goal questions have been re-written for clarity. . Queslion #18: A composting queslion was added to gauge level of community inlerest in composling solid waste services. . Question #23: An altemative transportalion question was added to gauge interest in programs like bike-sharing or We Cycle. . Question #24: A parking section was added to determine satisfaction with availability and services. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 68 of 78 DATE OF MEETING: PRESENTED BY: Since the Town Council meeting on June 19th, Town stafl and the ETC lnslitute have conlinued to develop lhe 2017 Community Survey based on leedback, requests, and edits lrom Town Council and department directors. The updated version ol the survey is attached to this memo (attachment A). Queslion #26: This is a new queslion to gauge salisfaction with Tourism servlces and the value they provide the community. 26a. was also added to determine levels of satisfaction with the amount of events that are held in Snowmass Village. Question #33b: was added to ask respondents that didn't feel their voice is "heard" to explain why. Questions #40: This demographic question was added to provide housing wilh a cross tabulation by combined annual household income. Town slaff aim to have the final Community Survey ready lor execution around the Fourth of July holiday to take advantage of the increase in guests and part-time residents in town at that time. The survey will be eleclronic, but paper versions of the survey will be available upon request. Once finalized and lested, the survey will first be posted online at www.losv.com/survev, but it will also be available through several ditferent mediums including an email that will be sent out to over 4,000 subscribers on July 12th. Every resident and PO Box in Snowmass Village will also receive a postcard with a link to the survey the week of July 10th. The survey will be eleclronic, and it will remain open for responses for approximately four weeks. Below is an estimated project timeline to successfully carry out the 2017 Community Survey. Community Survey Timelin.4l,slmD Task Time R€quired (days)Approximate Deadline DrAft RFP 10 Tuesday, April 25, 2017 RFP Review / Edits 5 Sunday, April 30, 2017 RFP lssued 0 Sunday, April 30, 2017 Deadline for Proposals Sunday, May 28, 2017 Vendor Selection 15 Monday, June 12, 2017 Town Council First Revi€$/7 Monday, rune 1!r, 2017 Review (near) Final Draft w. Town Councll 0 Monday, luly 3, 2017 5urvey Development 2l Monday, July 3, 2017 Survey Launch 1 Tuesday, July 4, 2017 Deadline for Survey Responses 28 Tuesday, August 1, 2017 Draft Repon 15 Wednesday, August 16, 2017 Report Revisions / edits 10 Saturday, August 26, 2017 TC Report Pr€sentaion 10 Tuesday, S€ptember 5, 2017 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 69 of 78 FINANCIAL IMPACT: The Town estimates that the total cost to execute, advertise, and analyze the 2017 Community Survey will be 915,000. This is included in the 2017 budget. APPLICABILIry TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: fhe 2017 Community Survey directly relates lo the Town Council's goal of increasing and strengthening Communily Engagement. COUNCIL OPTIONS: No lormal action is required of the Town Council at this time. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: 1. Review the updated draft, and direct statf lo execute the survey. ATTACHMENTS: A. 2017 Community Survey Draft 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 70 of 78 The Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2017 ASS %:#iryc Welcome to the 2017 Snowmass Village Community Survey. Your input will be used to assess community needs and priorities for The Town of Snowmass Village. lf you have questions, please callTravis Elliott, at970-922-2275. As a way to say thank you for your time and feedback, you can enter to win JAS VIP tickets, a one year membership to the Snowmass Village Recreation Center, and gift certificates to local businesses at the end of the survey. 1 Which of the following best describes you? _(1) Guest of Snowmass Village (Non-Resident) _(2) Year-round resident (10+ months per year) _(3) Part-time resident of Snowmass Village _(4) Roaring Fork Valley Resident (outside of Snowmass Village) the Snowmass Village means "Very 2 3. _(5)Other: 1a. Are you an employee wilhin Snowmass Village? _(1)Yes _(2)No 1b. Are you a business owner/operator within Snowmass Village? _(1)Yes _(2)No Overall, do you feel that the sense of community in Snowmass Village is: _(1) lmproving _(3) Staying the same _(z\Getting worse _(9) Don'l Know/No Opinion How satislied are you with the following aspects of Town government and Community? Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "Very Satisfied" and l ,t rate level of satisfaction with the followi Housin g Department Questions: 1 Overall quality of services provided by the Town 5 4 3 2 1 I 2. Overall value lhat you receive lor your tax dollars and lees 5 4 3 2 1 I 3.Overall image of the Town 5 4 3 2 1 9 4.Overall quality of life 5 4 3 2 1 I 5.Overall feeling of safety 5 4 3 2 1 I 6. Overall quality of representation you receive lrom Town Council 5 4 3 2 1 I Very Satislied Satislied Neutral Dissatisfied very Dissatislied Don't Know 4. Do you own or rent your residence? _(1) Own free-market unit - answer #5 _(2) Own deed-restricted unit - answer #4a _(3) Own a lractional' unit - answer #5 _(4) Rent free-market unit - skip to #6 _(s) _(e) Rent Town-owned unit - skip to #6 4a: Own-Deed Restricted ONLY: lf an affordable alternative was otfered, woutd you be interested indown-sizing from your current residence to a smaller dee&restricted home?_(1) Yes _(2) No 07-03-17 TC Packet page T1 of 7g /e<to 5. Would you be interested in potentially living in Town housing? _('l ) Yes - Renlal - answer #5a _(2) Yes - Own- answer #6 _(3) No - skip section 5a. How large of a unit would you be interested in renting? (check all that apply):_(l)Studio _(3)Two Bedroom _(2) One Bedroom _(4) Three Bedroom 6. Which ol the following TOSV housing guidelines and qualifications apply to you? _(1) I work within the Town ol Snowmass Village more than 1400 hours / year _(2) I work in Pitkin County, outside ol Snowmass Village, more than 1400 hours / year _(3) I work within the Town ol Snowmass Village parl-time, less than 1400 hours / year _(4) I do not presently work in Pitkin County 7. The Town is considering building additional deed-restricted homes lor ownership at Rodeo Place. Which of the lollowing units would you be interested in purchasing, if any? (check all that apply): _(1) Single{amily home _(2) 2-bedroom duplex _(3) 3-bedroom duplex _(4) I am not interested in owning a deed+estricted home at Hodeo Place 8. Using a scale ol 1 to 5, where 5 means "Very Satisfied" and 1 means "Very Dissatisfied," please rate your level of satisfaction with the followin items tn Town rental hou OPTIONAL: Do you have any comments about services provided by the Housing Department that you'd like to share? Town Administration and Leadership Questions: 10. How satisfied are you with the following lunctions of the Town of Snowmass Village administration? Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 mea ns "Very Satislied" and 1 means "Very Dissatisfied," please rate your level ol satisfaction with the lollowi 1 1 ' Do you have any comments about services provided by the administration that you would like to share? Quality ol housing 5 41 1 2 Level ol service and unit upkeep 5 4 3 2 1 a very Satisfied Overall quality of service provided by the Town i,4a s Oftice 4 3 5 9 2.Overall quality ol service provided by the Town Clerk's 5 4 3 2 3 availability ol Town penonnel to address yourThe needs 5 4 3 2 9 and etficiency ol license applicationEase gness 0r licenses 5 4 2 o 5 Availability oflaccess to public records 4 3 2 1 I very Satislied Satislied Neutral Dissatisfied 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 72 of 78 9. Very Don't Dissatislied Know Salislied Neutral Dissatisfied J 2 o Very Don't Dissatislied Know 1 1 1 o 1 4.3 1 12. Town Council Strateqic Goals: Please indicate how important each otthe following Town Council Strat egic Goals are to you when planning the Town's fulure using a scale of 1 to S, where 5 means ,.Extremely ant" and 1 means "Not lm rtant". 13. Are lhere any issues not included in lhe Town Council's Strategic Goals listed above that you leel should be one of the Town's top priorities? _(1) Yes: _(2) No 14. ll you could keep one thing the same in Snowmass Village forever, what would it be? Community Development Questions: 15. Have you utilized Community Oevelopment Oepartment services (building & planning) within the past 't 2 months? _(1) Yes - answer #15a and #10b _(2) No - answer #16 15a. How satisfied are you wilh the following aspects of the Community Development Department? Using a scale o, 1 to 5, where 5 means "Very Satistied" and 1 means "Very Dissatisfied," please rate r level of satisfaction with the followi 15b' Based on your experience with the_Community Development Department, how does the processol working with the Department in snowmass village compare to other Jurisdictions?Snowmass Village is..._(1) Bener _(3) Worse -(2) same _(g) Donl KnowNo opinion OETC Institute ., 1 lncreasing the amount of allordable housing in the Village 4 3 2 I 2 lncreasing opportunilies f or effeclive communication with lhe Town Council 4 3 2 I 3. lncreasing lhe amount of community spaces (i.e library, plaza, etc.) to creale more community locused interaction A 4 3 2 1 I 4 Maintain and increase public safety lor pedestrians, bike riders, and transit users by enhancino our connectivity 5 4 3 2 1 I lmproving the Town's resiliency and environmental sustainability 5 4 3 2 1 9 Working regionally with local parlners to solve significant issues (e.9. transit, housing, etc.)5 4 3 2 1 Not lmportant ,1 Courtesy ol slafi 5 4 3 2 1 9 2 Fairness of staff 5 4 J 2 1 I J Adequacy ofslatfing in the deparlment 5 4 3 2 1 I 4 Timeliness and etf iciency 4 2 1 0 5 Providing clear expectations ol the process 5 4 3 2 ,| 9 b Amounl ol inlormation ired in applications 5 4 2 2 1 I 7 Permit application process 5 4 3 2 1 o Very Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatislied 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 73 of 78 Exlremely Very Less lmporlani lmporlant lmPonanl lmportant Don't Know 5 '| l E I6. Very Don't Dissatisfied Know 5 3 16. OPTIONAL: Do you have any comments about the services provided by the Community Devetopment Department that you would like to share? Public Works Questions: 17. How satisfied are you with the following aspects of Public Works services in the Town ol Snowmass Village? Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means level of satisfaction with the followin "Very Satisfied" and 1 means "Very Dissatisfied," please rate 18. Composting in Snowmass Village: The Town is exploring composting options for residents. Would you be willing to incur higher solid waste rates for the addition of TOSV composting services and bins? _(1) Yes _(2) No 19. OPTIONAL: Do you have any comments about the services provided by the Public Works Department that you would like to share? Police Department Questions: 20. How satisfied are you with the lollowing aspects of Police services in the Town of Snowmass Village? Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "Very Satisfied" and 1 means "Very Dissatisfaed," please rate level of satisfaction with the followi 21. Based on your experience, please indicate if you fee! the current tevets oI potice presence is "too low",or t't,ust 4 1 Overall slreet maintenance 5 4 3 2 'l I 5 42Snow removal 3 2 1 I 3.Solid waste and recycling services 5 4 3 2 'l I 4. Availability of information on solid waste and recvcling services 5 4 3 2 1 I 5 Adequacy of information on how to properly dispose of solid waste 6.Cleanliness/upkeep of public lacilities 5 4 3 2 1 o 5 4 37Level of service provided lor the rates/fees paid 2 1 I Very Satisfied Satislied Neulral Dissatisfied very Dissatislied Don't Know Animalservices1 q 4 3 2 1 I 2.Friendliness and approachability E 4 2 1 I 3.Trustworlhiness 5 4 3 2 1 I 4.Department's etforts to prevent crime 5 4 3 2 1 I 5.Enforcement of localtraffic laws 5 4 3 2 1 I 6.How quickly personnel respond lo emergencies 5 4 3 2 1 I 7 Overallquality ol police services 5 4 3 2 1 I very Satisfied Salislied Neulral Dissatisfied very Dissatisfied Don't Know 1 Tratfic patrol 5 4 3 2 Too High Too Low Don't Know Just Right "too 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 74 of 78 3 2.Hesidential patrol 5 4 3 2 3.Hetail/business patrol 5 4 3 2 4.Presence at special events 5 4 3 2 5.Liquor-serving establishments 5 4 3 2 22 OPTIONAL: Do you have any comments about the services provided by the Police Department that you would like to share? rtation Questions: 23. Have you or would you utilize any of the following programs and/or transportation to driving your own vehicle if they were otfered in Snowmass Village (check alt that appty)? _(1) Village Shuttle - answer #20b. -(5) Ride hailing apps (Uber, Downtowner) _(2) Car share program (Car To Go) _(6) Taxi services _(3) Bike share program (We-Cycle) _(7) Dedicated bike lanes _(4) Ride share programs (Carpools) _(8) None of the above 23b. How satisfied are you with the following aspects of Transit services in the Town of Snowmass Village? Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "Very Satisfied" and 1 means "Very ,t rate level of satisfaction with the followi 24. How satislied are you with the following aspects of Parking and Parking Management in the Town of Snowmass Village? Using a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 means "Very Satisfied" and 1 means "Very Dissati ,,rate level of satisfaction with the followi 25. oPTIoNAL: Do you have any comments about the services provided by the Transportation Departmentthat you would like to share? Tourism Questions: 5 Timely/punctual service 5 4 3 21 1 I 2.Shuttle driver courlesy/helplulness 5 4 3 2 1 I 5 4 33.Ease of accessllocation ol stops and routes 2 1 I 4.Schedules in handouts / at bus stops 5 4 3 2 1 I 5.lnformation on websile (snowmasstransit.com)5 4 3 2 1 I 57Service hours and frequency 4 3 2 1 9 8.Sense ol salety 5 4 3 2 1 I 9.Comfort and cleanliness of shuttles 5 4 3 2 1 I Very Satislied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Very Dissatislied Don't Know 1 Availability of parking in the winter 5 4 3 2 1 o 2.Availability ol parking in the summer 5 4 3 2 1 I 3.Parking permil fees 5 4 3 2 1 I 4.Availability of parking information 5 4 3 2 1 I very Satislied Satisfied Neutral Dissatislied very Dissatisfied Don't Know 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 75 of 78 26. How satisfied are you with the following functions of the Tourism Department, and the overall value the co mmunity receives tor their services? Using a scale ol 1 to 5, where 5 means .'Very Satisfied" and 1 means Dissatisfied ease rate ur level ol satislaction with the followin 26a. Based on your experience, please indicate if you leel the current amount of special events hosted in Snowmass Villa is "too much""not eno h", or "ust ht." 27. What is the best way for you to receive information about Tourism events and activities? (Check all that applv.) _(1)Tourism website (gosnowmass.com) _(5) E-blasts (emails) _(2) Guest service centers (Town Park or lce Age _(6) Posters / fliers Discovery Center) -(7) Mailers _(3) Newspapers -(8) Social Media _(4) Badio _(9) Other:_ 28. OPTIONAL: Do you have any comments about or suggestions tor lhe services provided by the Tourism Department? Parks, Recreation, and Trails Ouestions: 1 Appeal of special events offered 3 1 o 2 Promotion of Snowmass Village through Marketino, advertisino, public relatrons, elc.5 4 2 1 I 3 Group sales and lodge bookings generated for Snowmass properties 5 4 3 1 4 Guest services at Town Park Slalion and lce Age Discovery Center 4 3 2 1 I very Satisfied 1 Number olspecial events otfered 5 4 3 2 Not Enough Don't Knor,! 29. oPTIoNAL: Do you tave any comments about or suggestio-ns lor the services provided by the parks, Recreation & Trails Department that you would like lo share? 1 Trail etiquette exhibited by olher trail users 4 2 1 9 2 Overall enlorcement of seasonal trail closures 5 4 3 1 I 3.Overall enforcement of leash laws 5 4 3 2 1 o 4. Overall enlorcement ol trail rules (e.9. no dogs, equqstrian only, etc.)5 4 3 2 1 9 5 Overall enforcement of nordic trail rules 5 4 2 1 I Condilion ol paved surface lrails and paths 5 4 3 1 0 7 Connectivity and etfectiveness ol lrail netwo*5 3 I very Satisfied 30. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 76 of 78 Very Don't Dissatislied Know Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied 5 4 3 2 I Just Risht Too l/uch Based on your experience(s) on our local trails, how satisfied are you with our trail system and rule entorcement? Using a scale ol 1 to 5, where 5 means "Very Satistied" and 1 means "Very Dissatistied," please rate your level ol satistaction with the following: Satisfied Neutral Dissalisfied Very Don't Dissatisfied Know 5 2 6.2 4 2 1 Communication Ouestions: 31. Do you feel well informed on current issues lacing the town? Please select a number lrom 1 to 10 where 1O means "Ertremel lnlormed" and 1 means 'Not at all lnformed". 32. How do you currently access governmenl news and information, including intormation about Town services? [Check all that apply.] _(1)Town websites _(6) Frienddfamily/word ol moulh _(2) Town e-newsleners / alerts _(7) Forums or meetings _(3) Newspaper Articles _(8) Grassroots/Ccw _(4) Newspaper Adverlrsements _(9) Othen_ _(5) Social media (Facebook/Twittefl 33. How satisfied are you with the following aspects of the Town's Communication efforts? Using a scale o, 1 to 5, where 5 means "Very Satisfied" and 1 means "Very Dissatislied," please rate your level of satisfaction with lhe lollowi 34. Do you feel your voice is adequately heard by the Town? _(1) Yes _(2) No -(3) Don't KnoWNo Opinion 33b. lF NO - Please tell us why you do not leel your voice is heard, and/or how we could improve Demoqraphics. To hel p us ensure that our survey is representative of the community, please answer the following demographic questions. 35, Are you a registered voter in Snowmass Village? _(1) Yes _(2) No 36. How long have you lived within, or owned property within the Town ol Snowmass Village? (Residents onlY) (1) Less than 1 vear _(2) 1-5 years _(3) 6-15 years _(4) More lhan 15 years 37. Do Nor LrvE rN sNowMAss VILLAGE oNLy (from question #i) - whar is your zip code? 10 9 I 7 6 5 4 3 2 ,1 Not at all lnformed 5 5 4 e 210verall leveUamount of communication o 5 4Overall limeliness ol communication 2 1 I2. 5 4 3 2 1 I.,,Overall ability to communicate with Town leaders Overall level ol opportunity to share my comments/concerns on Town issues 5 4 3 2 1 I Very Satislied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied 07-03-17 TC Packet Page77 of78 Extremely lnformed 7I8 6 4 3 2 Very Don't Drssatisfied Know 1 3 4. 38. Where is your residence within the Town of Snowmass Village located? _(01) Horse Ranch/Crossings/Hodeo area _(08) Upper Village/MalUSnowmelt road area _(02) Melton Banch/Sinclair area _(09) Wood Hd. area _(03) Fox Bun/Two Creeks/The Pines area _(10) Brush CreeUBidge Run/Faraway area _(04) The Divide or Wildcat areas _(1 l) Base Village area -(06) Mtn. VreMCreekside area -(12) Blue Hool5/Anderson RanclvOwlCreek area _(07) Snowmass Club area _(99) Other:_ 39. What is your age?years 40. What is your approximate combined household annual income? _ (05) $125 - 150k _ (06) $150 - 200k - (07) >$200k - (01) <$sok - (03) $50 - 7sk - (02) $75 - l ook _ (04) $1oo - 12sk As a way to say thank you for your time, lhe Town ol Snowmass Village will be ratlling off the lollowing prizes . (2) Two one-day VIP Passes to JAS Labor Day Festival . (1) One one"year membership to the Snowmass Village Hecreation Center o (2) Two $100 gitt cards to local businesses To enter the ratfle, plrase enter your email below: Email:-_- sign me up lor the Town's monthly newsletter sign me up lor Tourism's event updates and news This concludes the survey - thank you for your time! Your responses will remain completely confidential. Yes Yes(2 07-03-17 TC Packet Raflle Drawing: Page 78 of 78 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda lte m Summary AGENDA II'EM: Consideration to Authorize a Letter of Support to Creale a Partnership with the Aspen Center for Environmenlal Studies lor the Use of Building 6 PRESENTED BY: Clint Kinney, Town Manager BACKGROUND One ofthe overarching goals the Council set for the building's use has been to help bring vitality to Base Village. Since accepting the building as a community purpose, the Town has worked with a number of potential partners and stakeholders to develop a possible use for the building to meet that goal. One such potential partner has been the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES). ACES was originally approached by Snowmass Discovery as a potential partner in the project. Following many discussions with both organizations, ACES and the Town started working together to discuss a potential partnership. The organizations saw the tremendous potential of working together to create a facility that could simultaneously meet the needs ofthe respective organizations. Representatives from ACES and the Town have met on numerous occasions to discuss what a partnership would require and entail. After an Executive Session with ACES in April 2017, it became clear that a true collaboration on the project would be needed and a strong working relat ionship developed. The draft letter attached outlines how the Town is wilting and able to partner with ACES on the project. As outlined, the Town would provide the necessary capital for the start-up and then commit to help off'-set the on-going operating costs for I I years into the future. For their part, the Town would expect ACES to use their connections and expertise to raise a substantial amount of funds to complete "the finish" of the building and then operate the facility. Should this parrnership move forward, we would expect the details of these commitments to be flushed out through a series of agreements. The purpose of the letter is to show in writing the Town's commitment to this project and this potential partnership. Because the ACES Board only meets every other month, we would not 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 64 of 78 DATE OF MEETING: July 3,2017 Through the December 21, 2015 Base Village PUD approval, the Town accepted the dedication of (the future) building 6 as part of the necessary community purpose requirement. The approval ofthe PUD did not specify or otherwise require a specific use ofthe building. expect to hear back from them until after their next meeting in mid/late August. That understood, this letter will demonstrate the Town's commitment to the partnership to the ACES Board. FINANCIAL IMPACT The eventual financial impacts of forming this partnership are significant. The letter commits to entering into agreements for use of the $6 million building, providing $1,050,000 over three years in start-up funds and, for years 4-l l, $100,000 annually for operations. As stated above, the building shell is being constructed as part of the community purpose requirement of Base Village, so there is no direct cost to the Town associated with it. In addition, there will be no CAM's applied for the first l4 years. The $ 1,050,000 dollars is expected to come from two sources. First, the Base Village Developer was required to provide the town with $700,000 in cash (as further community purpose) for a use to be determined by the Town. We believe these funds are well suited for this project. The second source of funds is expected to be Holy Cross Enhancement Funds. These are funds paid to TOSV to help achieve identified goals of the community; the use of funds needs to be approved by Holy Cross Energy. On average, the Town generates slightly more than $90,000 annually in these funds and currently has a fund balance of over $900,000 available to use. Holy Cross Energy is aware of this project and, upon initial review, is supportive of the potential use. These funds are anticipated to be paid over a nurnber of years to ACES. Because the payments would occur over several budget cycles, any financial agreement entered into will need to contain the Town's standard "TABOR Language" stating that these funds will be subject to annual review and appropriation by the Council. ACES is aware of this provision in TABOR. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: This potential partnership with ACES could address several goals adopted by the Council including: 1) Working toward a continued commitment to resiliency, 2) Working toward improved regional approaches, and 3) community building COUNCIL OPTIONS 1. Approve the letter and authorize the mayor to execute it 2. Modify the letter and then authorize the mayor to execute it 3. Choose not to send the letter at this time STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the Tosv staff, that the Council, by motion Approve the letter of support and authorize the Mayor to execute it. 07-03-17 TC Packet Page 65 of 78 ASS ?6%aqe// July 3, 2017 ACES Board of Trustees 100 Puppy Smith Street Aspen, CO 8l6l I Dear Board Members The Town of Snowmass Village is greatly appreciative of the working relationship we have cultivated with ACES over the course of the past few months. Our collaborative effort to create a shared vision has cemented our belief that we are working together toward a very worthy goal. We believe the potential partnership between ACES and the Town of Snowmass Village will be mutually beneficial for the Town as a means of creating vibrancy in the core as well as an opportunity for ACES to inspire a commitment to the earth through building a community of knowledgeable, capable, and motivated stewards of the environment. The Town Council is excited about the potential of creating and developing a climate and discovery center with ACES. The Council is well aware that your organization is currently working through your strategic plan and is undertaking the due diligence necessary to commit to a partnership of this magnitude. Through our continued discussions, we clearly understand that the Town's support tbr this endeavor is critical to its success. To this end, the Town is committed to this partnership and is willing to make specific assurances to honor this endeavor. Of course our cornerstone commitment is to enter into an agreement by which the Town will provide ACES with the long- term use of Building 6. This model, low-carbon building will be exceptionally energy efficient, is located in the heart of Base Village, and is estimated to be worth approximately six million dollars. In addition to allowing utilization of the building by ACES, the Town is also committed to assisting ACES with the anticipated start-up costs associated with the facility. To meet this need, the Town will contribute $350,000 annually for each of the first three years to be used towards additional fundraising and necessary actions as it relates to the opening and operating of the facility. Finally, understanding that this is a long term partnership and the on-going operations of the facility need to be addressed, the Town will commir $100,000 annually to ACES for the next I I years. Iown6flqglT7 Yc"Fat(g1soto, snowmass Village, cotorado 8161s elo.s?!66 66*6Tfg* /ottlto We hope this robust financial contribution clearly indicates our strong commitment toward developing a long-lasting partnership and an outstanding resource for our community. We fully expect the climate and discovery ccnter to go far "beyond the bones" and believe this project will be beneficial to ACES and Snowmass Village in our shared endeavor to preserve an iconic Town treasure and help address the climate change issues that affect us all. On behalf of the entire Town Council, we look forward to working with you. Sincerely Markey Butler, Mayor Town of Snowmass Village CC: Chris [ane, ACES Executive Director Clint Kinney, Town Manager rowgfi-fugrT?rrcsp&&H 5010, snowmass village, colorado 81G1s s7Le2pfll}etsf gfyg,