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12-20-10 Town Council Packets(5) J t i i MY I Purveyors of premium Waffles Application for a Temporary Use Permit Within Snowmass Base Village Submitted October 27, 2010 RECEIVED OCT 2 7 2010 '311uwmass Village Community Development 1 J, Section 1 Introduction The Liege Waffle is a specialty pastry hailing from the Liege province in Belgium. Characterized by an enticing aroma, rich texture, and savory taste, this type of waffle is very popular among a wide range of demographics. And for good reason, too it is nearly irresistible! Our Mission: Waffle Shrine, LLC is a unique company comprised of three energetic young men who are hopeful about delivering the delectable Liege waffle to the patrons of Snowmass, while actively contributing to the vitality of the Base Village, the Town of Snowmass, and Pitkin County. We intend to be a fun, novel, and eclectic addition to the economy and society of the Snowmass Base Village. Our Vision: We propose to offer the finest waffles, Hot Chocolate, and Hot Cider from a charming cabin, iconic of Colorado's legendary natural beauty and wilderness, to the patrons of Snowmass, as a "grab- and -go" casual food provider. Aesthetically, our kiosk will compliment the iconic beauty of Snowmass, and has been approved for operation by the Snowmass Base Village Master Association. We will serve our product in a compostable biodegradable soy based wax paper to negate the possible impact of our business on the environment. Our operation is quite simple, and our menu is compact, allowing us to focus on delivering the highest quality of customer service, while filling a niche in the community. Our main goal is to provide a daily opportunity for the patrons of Snowmass to enjoy a truly delicious pastry, as well as a hot drink, in a convenient fashion. Thank you sincerely for your considera o Garre elscher Colin Constantine Owners /Operators "A customer is the most important visitor on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption of our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider of our business. He is wart of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him, He is doing us a favor by giving us the opportunity to do so." -Mahatma Gandhi 3 1 i Hours of Operation: As approved by the Snowmass Base Village Masters Association the "Waffle Shrine" kiosk will operate between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm, 7 days a week, until April 30th 2011. Waste Management: Biodegradable and Compostable soy based wax paper will be used to serve our waffles in order to reduce the impact of our business on the waste management services of the valley. In addition, one aethescitally pleasing trash receptable will be placed outside of our kiosk to be used by any patron of Snowmass. A small waste receptacble will be placed inside of the kiosk for use by the operators. Also, grey water waste will be disposed of at our approved commissary. Seating: As our product is truly a "grab- and -go" item no additional exterior seating will be required. Signage: Signage; in accordance with the Snowmass Masters Association signage guidelines and the Town of Snowmass Signage Code, will be located on the exterior roof of our kiosk displaying the trade name of our kiosk; "Waffle Shrine." A menu will display our offerings will be located within the interior of our kiosk. Parking: The proposed kiosk will not generate a need for additional parking by our patrons, as it will be an ancillary retail outlet for persons already present in the Snowmass Base Village. Location: The proposed "Waffle Shrine" kiosk will be located as directed by John Mele, the Snowmass Fire Marshall, out of the fire lane in Snowmass Base Village. The kiosk will make use of an existing electrical outlet. Our kiosk will have a permanent look as it will sit freestanding on a wooden platform, but will be readily easily movable. Character: The "Waffle Shrine" kiosk will capture the imagination, and taste buds of Snowmass patron's through our charming and eclectic offering. The Liege waffle delivers the allure and charm reminiscent of the European Alps, a delightful feature that is not currently present within the Snowmass Base Village. We are fully committed to ensuring the vitality of all vendors in the proximity (i.e. Base Camp, The Sweet Life, and Sneaky's). Furthermore, we believe that we will develop a different type of business than is currently served by these larger vendors. We foresee our kiosk catering to the individual looking for a quick affordable snack, in contrast to the group or individual looking for a full- service sheltered meal. We believe the approval of this TOSV annual temporary use application will allow the "Waffle Shrine" kiosk to positively contribute to the Snowmass experiences of locals, and vacationers alike. 5 t 2.9 Application Fee The required application fee of $500.00 was paid in full to TOSV via Bob Nevins, on the date of October 25, 2010. 2.9.1 Application Form The Application has been properly completed to the best of the applicant's ability. Section 3 Compliance with Review Standards and Conditions: 3.1 Use Shall be Appropriate The Applicant believes that our proposed "Waffle Shrine" kiosk will fill a niche in a diverse food service atmosphere. The applicant understands that the proposed "Waffle Shrine" kiosk will not be the only food and beverage operation occurring in the proximity of the Snowmass Base village, however, we will be providing a unique product that does not currently exist in the proximity of Snowmass Base Village. The proposed use will be in accordance with surrounding, commercial, residential, and retail code. Furthermore, the proposed "Waffle Shrine" kiosk will positively contribute to the vitality of the Base Village by providing another flavor of diversity. 3.2 Use Shall Comply With Policies and Regulations The Applicant fully understands that all codes, requirements, rules, regulations, and declarations set forth by the Snowmass Base Village Master Association, TOSV, Pitkin County, Pitkin County Health Department, the Snowmass Fire Marshall, and The Snowmass Police Department are done with the best interests of the overall community in mind. The Applicant fully embraces these guidelines and understands that our success will go hand in hand with vigilant comprehension and proactive approach to adhere to all code. 7 Management Team The "Waffle Shrine" Kiosk will be operated by Garrett Hoelscher, Colin Constantine, and Brian Wells through our first phase of business. When it becomes financially viable to hire employees, we will seek bright, customer service oriented individuals to join our Waffle team. We anticipate 2 operators in the Kiosk at all times. 3.4 Written Approval Contained in Appendix A 3.5 Review Procedures 3.5.1 Site Characteristics Please See Appendix C 3.5.1.E Water and Sanitation The Proposed "Waffle Shrine" kisok will not generate any additional sanitation requirements. All plumbing is self contained, and water use is minimal. Potable Water will be sourced from a commissary approved by the Pitkin Country Health Department. Grey Water will be recycled in a commissary approved by the Pitkin County Health Department. The proposed food/beverage operation will meet all standards set forth by the Pitkin County Health Department. 3.5.1.F Food and Beverage Service Please see a sample menu contained in Appendix D. 3.6 Conditions Subsequent: 3.6.4 Penalties Violation of any term or condition shall subject permittee to penalties set forth in Section 1 -72 of Municipal Code. In Addition, where probable cause exists to suspect a violation will pose a threat to public health, safety, or welfare, the Chief of Police is hereby authorized to revoke temporary use permit and require any activity cease and desist immediately. 9 SNOWMASS HOSPITALITY October 13, 2010 The Waffle Shrine Mr. Colin Constantine Mr. Brian Wells Mr. Garret Hoelscher Letter of Understanding Regarding Waffle Shrine Re: Licensing Agreement between Base Village Company, Inc. "the Association and Waffle Shrine LLC. The Association has directed the Managing Agent of its intent to initiate the above referenced License Agreement effective November 1, 2010. It is understood that both the Association and the Waffle Shrine LLC., through this Letter of Understanding, agree to the following conditions and responsibilities in general terms: Waffle Shrine LLC, with a menu solely of waffles, toppings, hot chocolate, and hot apple cider, shall occupy the prior Magic Buzz location on the Base Village Plaza. Operating hours for Waffle Shrine LLC shall be 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM, 7 days per week, during the ski season and will need to be removed and licensed area returned to original condition at Association discretion with 10 days of the end of the season. Waffle Shrine LLC shall be charged a flat fee for utility consumption and is solely responsible for any additional utility upgrades. Waffle Shrine LLC agrees to contain noise, sales and marketing to levels acceptable to the Association. Any and all approvals, permits and fees shall be the sole responsibility of the Waffle Shrine LLC, The Waffle Shrine LLC shall be encouraged to collaborate with Sweet Life and Base Camp. The Waffle Shrine LLC shall be directed to use biodegradable paper products whenever possible. The Waffle Shrine LLC shall provide and be responsible for maintaining trash and recycling receptacles appurtenant to its site, including disposing of such waste appropriately to the Association trash and recycling location. The Waffle Shrine LLC shall not pay a Base Fee, but pay to Association a Percentage Fee of monthly Gross Sales of 8%. Ackno edged and Agreed: Ba Village Company, Inc Date J ome ime k, M aging Agent Waffle Shrine LLC. Date 16 Keams Road, Suite 114 PO Box 5550 Snowmass Village CO 81615 (970) 924 -6006 (970) 923 -8890 fax www.snowmasshospitality.com t C�t11 BASE VILLAGE PATIO EASEMENT LOCATED IN LOT 1, BASE VILLAGE P.U.D., RECEPTION NO. 520483 LOCATED IN THE SW 1/4 OF SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 10 SOUTH, RANGE 86 WEST OF. THE 6TH P.M. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COUNTY OF PITKIN, STATE OF COLORADO BASE VILLAGE P.U.D REC. NO. 520483 LOT 1 �0� POINT OF BEGINNING OT 2 PATIO EASEMENT "2" 161 SF 0.004 AC l� BUILDING 3AB6, Do LIMITS OF LCEC 7' FOOTPRINT POINT 04 W 4.6 LINE 23 S86'41'09 "W 215.30' LINE TABLE POINT OF BEGINNING LINE LENGTH BEARING PATIO EASEMENT "1" c L1 21.75' N10'30'17 "W 488 SF L2 16.00' S34'00'00 "E 0.011 AC L3 13.75' 559'42'53 "W CV s- L4 13.11' N3418'29 "W �p� P��s L5 15.06' N72'48'41 "E L6 9.66' S30'17'07 "E g0 bo 0 CURVE TABLE CURVE LENGTH RADIUS DELTA CH BRG CHORD raj C11 55.16' 45.10' 7004'53" N76'42'39 "W 51.79' r PARCEL N SUBDIVISION Z C23 50.16' 100.81' 28'30'25" S66'12'21 "E 49.64' Also Known as The Enclave N 2 1 POC- SW COR SEC 1 T 10S R 86W, FOUND 2 -3/4' METAL BASIS OF CAP ON PIPE STAMPED 'US GENERAL LAND OFFICE SURVEY BEARINGS S2 S1 S11 S12 1930` N00'01'31 "E 2 WITNESS COR TO W 1/4 COR SEC 1 AND 2 T 10S .R 86W 2703.93' FOUND 2 -112' METAL CAP ON PIPE STAMPED "US GENERAL 1 LAND OFFICE SURVEY S2 S1 1/4 WC 1930' 0' 0 30' 60' 1 "r* SW TETRA DRAWN BY: LAW CHECKED BY: DJC SCALE: 1' =100' DATE: MARCH 13, 2008 410 S French Street, P.O. Box 1659 P: \PROJECTS SURVEY\LAND PROJECTS R2\ 2 of 2 Breckenridge CO 80424 TEL 970 453 -6394 Fax 970 453 -4579 PROJECT 5294.008.85 Phase I Infrastructure As- Builts �ssa i 9 i S ite Site Dr awings 12 I E kr t 1 t; n� $ti 2 J v e. x k °i 3 t U I S E YF E 2 rt i i t t i tt F OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO CERTIFICATE I, Bernie Buescher, as the Secretary of State of the State of Colorado, hereby certify that, according to the records of this office, Waffle Shrine, LLC is a Limited Liability Company formed or registered on 10/21/2010 under the law of Colorado, has complied with all applicable requirements of this office, and is in good standing with this office. This entity has been assigned entity identification number 20101580635. This certificate reflects facts established or disclosed by documents delivered to this office on paper through 10/21/2010 that have been posted, and by documents delivered to this office electronically through 10/25/2010 13:00:25. I have affixed hereto the Great Seal of the State of Colorado and duly generated, executed, authenticated, issued, delivered and communicated this official certificate at Denver, Colorado on 10/25/2010 13:00:25 pursuant to and in accordance with applicable law. This certificate is assigned Confirmation Number 7775308. r" s rw r ule-c 41e Secretary of State of the State of Colorado End of Notice A certificate issued electronically from the Colorado Secretary of State's Web site is fully and immediately valid and a ective. However, as an option, the issuance and validity of a certificate obtained electronically may be established by visiting the Certificate Confirmation Page of the Secretary of State's Web site, hitn://i+irw.sos. state. co.t is /bia/Certi[icateSearchCriteria.do entering the certificate's confirmation number displayed on lire certificate, and following the instructions displayed. Confirming the issuance of a certificate is merely optional and is not necessary to the valid and effective issuance of certificate For more information, visit our Web site, hilp://wwiesos.state.co.us /click Business Center and select "Frequently Asked Questions. CERT GS D Revised 0811011008 We, the citizens of Aitkin County, petition the Town of SnoWm ss o permit permit Waffle Shrine, LLC to operate a Retail Merchandise unit within the Base Village Mall. We believe that Waffle Shrine well enhance the vitality, vibrancy, and variety of the area through its offering of unique charming waffles. Name i natu Address t`•'� i� Ca -A- CD V I O Afct" lr i` Gt 11-0 I j SP 17 i CQ F A hl..4Li .0 i' 2 Ile We, the citizens of Pitkin County, petition the Town of Snowmass Village to permit Waffle Shrine, LLC to operate a Retail Merchandise Unit within the Base Village Mail. We believe that Waffle Shrine will enhance the vitality, vibrancy, and variety of the area through its offering of unique charming waffles. Name ature Address c-e Ae Ls I s PO 6W.-L -AI0 X 36.P. G L �nA tot 00 -LQII 2- yo v e d,c) -Z- j V f tak ILI A(- Y fS C QjA, 4cN-,gAa CO st- We, the citizens of Pitkin County, petition the Town of Snow mass Village to permit Waffle Shrine, L to operate a Retail Merchandise Unit within the Base Village Mail. We believe that Waffle Shrine will enhance the vitality, vibrancy, and variety of the area through its offering of unique charming waffles. Name q n aty re Address Lk I la a J ac-"Ic t PqJ �eA- sit L eu Fes- LP c V �L; >�,3�G ��'?flr�.l_�: 4, '4' �t (40 V 4;TA) jF V, I V V� Ar \A�i L) We, the citizens of Pitkin County, petition the 'Town of Snowmass Village to permit Waffle Shrine, LLC to operate a Retail Merchandise Unit within the Base Village Mail. We believe that Waffle Shrine will enhance the vitality, vibrancy, and variety of the area through its offering of unique charming waffles. Name Signature Address,_ CI 4- A.jZ\l Ala FI f V �C I`C�v�;�, Cry -i r���i�j� }Lc1 vl C72- L i j �y Yr .'•f rp r ,7 (:7 G{� ,-j') �i °i r 4 A L �A' ZL r l 1 1 ,f f y J �l /d 4�' S 6' C ,�Z t,..4;,/ (J a+ /!J c' -tl: fC. G� We, the citizens of Pitkin County, petition the Town of Snowmass Village to permit Waffle Shrine, LLC to operate a Retail Merchandise Unit within the Base Village Mail. We believe that Waffle Shrine will enhance the vitality, vibrancy, and variety of the area through its offering of unique charming waffles. Name Si nature Address j Ic" t j L a s I 0("x Prl'u -H& n It 1lP y�✓e �ti We, the citizens of Pitkin County, petition the Town of Snowmass Village to permit Waffle Shrine, LLC to operate a Retail Merchandise Unit within the Base Village Mail. We believe that Waffle Shrine will enhance the vitality, vibrancy, and variety of the area through its offering of unique charming waffles. Name Simiature Address C, I um -Vj AA`` //0 Al RECEIVED NOV 15 2010 QlivWrnass village mmunity Development 1 SET PIZZA! Annual Temporary Use Permit Application 12 th of November 2010 16 Kerns Rd., Suite I I0A Snowmass Village, CO 81615 970 -923 -5250 www.tasterspizza.com Presented by: Heather Hall Stacy Forster Taster's Pizza Cart Temporary Use Permit Application 2010/2011 Taster's has been a part of Snowmass for the past ten years. We have many guests who return year after year to our restaurant. We have a solid and dependable reputation built within the community and will continue to maintain the same character at the pizza cart. We hope to be able to contribute some energy, and pizza, to building a bright future for Snowmass and its Base Village. 16 Kearns Rd, Suite 110A PO Box 6211 Snowmass Village, C081615 (970)923 -5250 www.tasterspizza.com Taster's Pizza Cart Temporary Use Permit Application 2010/2011 7. Traffic Disruptions: There will be only pedestrian traffic, pertaining to the fore mentioned the landlord has placed the site in an area they found to be free and clear of any congestion or other major traffic concerns. S. Base Fee: The base fee of $50o.00 as well as all other excesses to the base fee as determined by the Planning Director, will be included upon with the submission of this application in the form of a check made payable to TOSV Building and Planning Department. 16 Kearns Rd, Suite 110A PO Box 6211 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (970 )923 -5250 www.tasterspizza.com Taster's Pizza Cart Temporary Use Permit Application 1 2010/2011 The entire Taster's crew has remained the same for many years. Every employee has proven their ability to provide friendly and efficient service to customers. The employees of Taster's Pizza Cart will be the same employees who work at Taster's Restaurant. The Pizza Cart will be run with the same level of skill and experience as the other Taster's restaurants. 4. Written Approval: Attached is written approval from The Base Village Masters Association, and The Pitkin County Environmental Health Department. (Appendix E and F) 16 Kearns Rd, Suite 110A PO Box 6211 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (970)923 -5250 www.tasterspizza.com„ Taster's Pizza Cart Temporary Use Permit Application 2010/2011 6. Seating: Taster's Pizza Cart is a 'grab and go' style venue, therefore no seating is required or offered. 7. Health Code Compliance: Taster's Pizza Cart intends to comply with all policies and regulations set forth by Pitkin County Environmental Health. The Environmental Health Department has reviewed the proposed plans and specifications, and has determined them to be in compliance with the Colorado Retail Food Establishment Rules and Regulations. A copy of this approval letter is attached (appendix F) 8. Noise Regulation: There will be little to no noise from the vending cart and its employee while it is in operation on the mentioned property. 9. Potential Fire Hazards: The cart contains a Liquid Propane (LP) oven. All parts of the cart have been fabricated to code and fire safety has been taken into consideration. There will also be a heater in place to keep the employee at a comfortable working temperature. This will be a stainless steel, 46,000BTU commercial grade patio heater. The storage of the propane will be decided upon based on regulations and safety requirements of the Snowmass Village Fire Department. Taster's is willing to work with the Snowmass Village Fire Marshall to adhere to all safety concerns, and is willing to implement all precautionary measures deemed necessary. io. General Procedure: ioa.m. Employee will arrive at commissary and load all necessary supplies into vehicle and drive over to Base Village. Employee will then stock the cart with necessary equipment. io:3oa.m. Employee will move cart from storage to the proposed site. The oven and heater will then be readied for operation. The umbrella or canopy (weather based) will be erected and the trash and recycling receptacles will be put in place. u:ooa.m. The Pizza Cart will be open for business. Assembly of Pizza: The slices will be prebaked at the commissary (Taster's Snowmass) the pizzas will be stored in the warm storage area of the cart. 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C'(hc Asscrwiattivn `.t a ilA Taswr Piz.vii (.'1rrL 17','x; Association 3tats dircctal, Ghv Managing Ageatc of its inkmt to ini[ hicv the al:x>vc r%!Jbb. riccrd Limmse Agteellcat OfI Nowenrber 1.2010. In rS tlt:dorstotA that both vhtr Aiscrc a3i.an 1'ir 3 C ,>fj,, U1P:auL�h thry 1,c #:a'1 of i cttlecs #am.i n agtre t:r thefirllowiag;condetiou3a. m. tsiib.KificsinC,cincatt is: Tester's Mrma art, 4vLgh a vwnu sotek. cat ri.7z. and' bev: cage-5, stvll occupy the ,Imc:c Ott cl7e 13as4 wage PLvm n.car to the C;arw Dmutc M`ety md.-1 for t}tc operating W)uts of 1 L.00 MvI mrtil 6:6dti f V, 7 days; per cs•:e4tk, t•3uting lEr Ski seas. m. �;�r t.6te alxt�tiilg hcsurs nk t0:00 1'M ".§11:00 A810, [la s per week, rlttritt4 the 51:i ses.son '[Faster', llt7 a. Car. sh,10 b we the op6i( to rc. =te tn&ir cart fo an ;area to be determined rs:aror to the 13asaa.: Vilhtgw Plaiza }:;refit. 'l'3tster•'s ft/v'r (slat %will need to be rornoved and licemed area i refurncd to Ort6iTtxl witl in 10 clays of the end o6 €ltc season. •1 astvr's Pizza tart skil) hr: charged a flats iec for udlil�c comimnl�cion wnd is solely resprorw ibke for any adtl` dolial utility upg- rudes. Taster's Pizza Cart atcrces to c oulain noise. sales and voa.A cting, to Icycls ac.ceptablu to the ssociat era?. Any mid tall d appmvnle, permits and }cos 412a1 bathe s4itc responsibility of the 7aster'- }'1zzi Cart. 'I 1xw 'I;sistor'a (Fr. J_a t..mt stla u be C'.Oti:kuwuE ck, lU L'Cr }I.2 C1L'i1tC with slvvet Life and Base C. "stop, 'l'ltt 'lirstc[ `s I'iz�.a Ct�t �taUt lrc liin e6ccy to use lyiotili};�a rzblc ;r�cc Prrilucix whvttvvcr pussible. 'l 1tc 'Fig[ yr s Puts ('t:ct s}tcall i�r'vetidc aril t� et sperl.rsitrJc i�r ma [tire iRirrg trash mid recirclir4 reccpvacles.4m)c :l• to its site, Enchading disposiIla of s ttiastc apprnlrriat�ls• tr, tic !�Sa.7Gtltt�7ti t;�,1sh attcl �4..y in locatierr�. '1'1re '1'asccr's iIzTa t arl sl;p -I!1 not pars^ F31u: Fee, bir pace to z qw- ciatimi at Pcre: 1 of *zcjtrtt t C3rms :titles 4rt'8% `l aAer's PizzA CArG sha l he responsible ftrr proper sren of propane or any outer haurdous. or ilanzmabLe material, !4 ntnwIeclgz:i any Atrtc:d: f i tr f f `1`�,.n�`.ft7�h'J :!'f'•% T�, r� t t ,1 }3ars� vrltagc Oullluayw Tim Date' .ferorne 8imt'ccl: Mar1vf ?inly Agrem. i Larstet I'izrai t:an.• lJirtc; r 16 Kaarm Ft *pd, S :,rc 114 *P0 Fita Snowr-msc'd?I4i�ge Cc 816""5 rf:7dr 92..E %31 r ,,;i[j 9i? -4ri0 Pax https: /docs.google.com/viewer ?attid =0.1 &pid= gmail &thid= 12c4244a5e71 c746 &url =htt... 11/12/2010 P1tkin Conly P' a1 APalth anrt Nat�iral RncnnrrnC 2. All hand sinks must be equipped with single service hand towels and soap dispensers. 3. Ventilation shall be adequate so that all areas are kept free from excessive heat, steam, condensation, vapors, fumes or objectionable odors. Vents must overhang these areas by not less than six (6) inches beyond the edge of the cooking surface. 4. All refrigerated units must be equipped with conspicuous thermometers and operating at proper temperature (below 41 F) at time of pre opening inspection. 5. Dishwashing machines, refrigerators, steam kettles, ice machines, and similar types of equipment in which food, portable equipment, or utensils are placed shall not be directly connected to the drainage system. 6. Suitable facilities shall be provided and used for the orderly storage of employee clothing and personal belongings. A completed Retail Food Establishment License application and the appropriate fees must be filed with this department prior to the pre opening inspections. Each kitchen will require a separate license application. Please consider this letter as a written approval of the plans and specifications for these establishments with the above conditions. If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to call. Sincerely, Bryan Daugherty Environmental Health Specialist 970 -920 -5076 Cc: Snowmass Building Department Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District 0405 Castle Creek Road, Suite 10 Aspen, Colorado 81611 Phone: (970) 920 -5070 Fax: (970) 920 -5077 www.aspenpitkin.com /ehnr TO: Town Council FROM: Russ Forrest DATE: December 20, 2010 SUBJECT: Re -Cap of Ice Age Discovery Committee Steps PURPOSE: The purpose of this memo is to re -cap the process and procedure that has taken place for creating the Ice Age Discovery Committee (IADC). Council is requested to determine who they would like to interview on January 3 2011. Attachment A is a final list of the candidates. Attachment B is the complete candidate applications. Attachment C is comprehensive background information on the approval and formation of the IADC. Attachment D includes letters from the SWSD and Senator Gail Schwartz. BACKGROUND: On December 6 Council approved the structure and timeline for forming the Ice Age Discovery Committee (IADC) for the Town of Snowmass Village. See Attachment C for detailed steps and background on forming the IADC. Here are the final position descriptions that were approved: IADC Positions: 1) Science: It is recommended that the Denver Museum have a representative on the Task Force as the science resource. The Denver Museum will be the source for the science and the ultimate story of the site. 2) Education: An individual /institution that has significant experience in delivering natural science related educational programs (including informal science education) is recommended. 3) Fundraising: An individual with significant experience in not for profit fund raising, significant capital campaigns, and obtaining grants that are applicable to this type of discovery would be desirable. 4) Marketing: An individual that has significant experience in marketing, promoting ideas, events, educational opportunities. It is recommended that the Director of Snowmass Tourism be considered for this position. 5) Citizen at Large: We would suggest one individual from Snowmass Village who has significant communication skills and community experience and will provide a constructive conduit to a broad spectrum of Snowmass Village residents be appointed to the Task Force. It was also suggested that the Town might want to consider both a full time and a part time resident for this position. 6) Design /Construction /Development: Since some form of exhibit or facility may be needed, finding someone that has significant experience in design and /or construction is recommended to be appointed to the task force. 7) Town of Snowmass Village: It is recommended that a Town of Snowmass Village staff member participate in the task force. The Town Manager could provide close coordination with the rest of the Town organization and the Town Council. ADDITIONALLY: On Thursday, December 16` TOSV received letters from both the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District, and Senator Gail Schwartz requesting participation. Senator Schwartz is requesting to be an ex- officio member and liaison between local and state interest. SWSD is specifically requesting that Board Member Rhonda Bazil be appointed as a voting member. See Attachment D for those letters. RECOMMENDATIONS: It is recommended that Council conduct the "first- round" of acceptance or rejection of IADC candidates. Those who make it to the second, and final, round will need to appear at the January 3` Council meeting for an interview. Those who did not make it to the second and final round will be contacted by staff this week. Their names will be kept in case a sub committee is needed. Attachment A is the complete list of applicants. Attachment B contains each candidate's application. Council needs to also accept or reject Senator Schwartz's request to sit on as an ex- officio member, and the SWSD's request to have Rhonda Bazil as a voting member. 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Please see Cover letter. Cover letter o[[SaU[n8is optional, acknowledge that I8nl familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities 0fthe position for which I8nl applying 8Dd.if8ppViOt8d,|8DlFeady.vviUingBnd8Neiot@he8n oa h as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. plic 'Sig A' V' 1� pplican 'Sic) ture Date Return to: Lesley C0rOp@gDOn8, Town ofSDDVvmass Village, Box 501O.SDovVOlaSS Village, C{}81615.Do later than December 18Ul Dear Council Memberm I am interested in serving in the ice Age Discovery Committee education position. I have closely followed.the work at the Zeigler site; I was lucky enough to bring my archaeology class to view the finds during excavation this fall. I don't know who was more excited my students, the other faculty who joined us, or myself. This unique discovery offers many opportunities to further our understanding of prehistory in the Snowmass Village area, as well as educating the public on the value of these finds. Wy background in education and the presentation o[ traditional and non-traditional pnogramaoOnra*ido array of abilities in designing and organizing educational offerings. While my background and degrees are, in archaeology, my studies allow me to explore many areas of interest. Through my archaeology background, I am trained in fieldwork and the process of examining prehistory. I have designed and instructed courses in the field of archaeology, both in the classroom and through traveling to areas of interest throughout the Southwestern US, Mexico, and Peru. I co-developed Colorado Mountain College's Anthropology Emphasis program, which is offered as an AA degree. I have worked closely with museurns to cooperatively offer tours and information |un�ystudents. The Snowmass Village finds offer an exceptional Opportunity for CMC and the Town of Snowmass Village to collaborate with the Denver Museurn of Nature and Science. Together, we can present educational programs of national significance. Colorado Mountain College has much to offer the Town of Snowmass Village as well as the DMNS, including local experts in complimentary fields, access to basic laboratories, educational prograrnming, and use of facilities for public lectures and professional seminars, CMC students will also benefit from opportunities to assist in fieldwork, attend lectures and seminars, and to present information to the public as well-informed docents and iourguides. i was born and raised in Glenwood Springs and have watched Our area progress frorn local ranching to world class skiing, have also seen nearby areas struggle |n develop a sustainable economy. My fo i not only an education but also on the need to market the information gained frorn paleontological and archaeological sites. Fieldwork is expensive. The promotion of the Ziegler Reservoir site may offer an additional revenue stream by encouraging year-round tourism in cooperation with tasteful educational programming. Thank you for considering my application for inclusion in the Ice Age Discovery committee, andy Jackson, Adjunct Professor, Archaeology and Anthropology TOWN [}FSN SV1LkAGE Applica for Ice Age Discovery CnR101ittee Ng0e' Horne Phone: Sum,l',fxclioom (9y78)6I8-6888 Physical Home Address Permanent Residence -Yes 44l9 Hwy. U2 NoVfyears (�/eovvnudsprings, (���8l60l Mailing Address: PO Box 27 Glenwood Springs, Co 81602 Business Mailing Address: n/,j Off Phone: n/x Employed With: Position: Colorado Mountain coOc#o /\diuunf/&odboopo}ngy i Ane you Registered to Vote in SOOvvnOasmVi||Gge: No List the Experience o[ Education which may qua|/fv You for this position: Please see resume. Why do you wish iobe appointed b] this position? Please see co`'erletter. Cover fetter o[ resume iS0pU0ne|. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which am applying and, if appointed, i G/r) ready, willing and able to take an oa Appl ica nt`� ig ture h as well as accepting the res and duties. --4 t D ate L Return to: Lea/eyCoOlpagnonm. Town of SDownneoe\/U(gge. Box 5O1O ��nDvvnnass \�(lage.<�[)81O15 later than [}ecerDbor1Oth'2O1ObV�Joon' oandy Jackson PO Box 27 Glenwood Springs, CO 81602 Email: coloradorrdn.eda (970 )618.6808 Summary of College -level teaching (Archaeology Cultural Anthropology, Physical qualifications Anthropology, Southwest Field Exploration, Wilderness Philosophy, mountain and desert studies), co- director Study Abroad (Peru), co- director of successful college -level academic experiential educational program, Southwestern US and Mexico travel with students, organization of student travel (itineraries, permits, risk management, fee waivers, museum tours, etc.), coordination of student needs (recruiting, informal counseling, parent contact, etc.), budget accountability and purchasing Education 2003 -2010: various college training and procedural courses, Study Abroad (Belize, Honduras, Peru) 2002: Wilderness Management Certificate, University of Montana 1990 -2001: Various continuing education courses 1989: Master of Arts (Anthropology), Colorado State University 1980: Bachelor of Arts (Southwest Studies), Fort Lewis College 1979: Spanish Language Immersion, San Miguel de Allende Professional 2004 -2010: Adjunct Anthropology Professor: CulturalAnthropology, Physical experience Anthropology, Introduction to Archaeology, Southwest Field Exploration classroom based and on -line courses; Co- developed Anthropology Emphasis degree; wrote Learning Outcomes for anthropology courses 1990 -2003: Associate Director, Outdoor Semester in the Rockies Program, Colorado Mountain College, lead instructor for Introduction to Archaeology, co- instructor for Wilderness Philosophy, Mountain Orientation, Desert Orientation, Ecology 1988 -1990: Director, Anderson Camps, Gypsum, Colorado 1988 -1989: Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, Colorado State University 1983 -1987: Instructor, SoRoCo High School, Oak Creek, CO 1981 -1983: Instructor, ESL, Carbondale Elementary, Carbondale, CO 1974 -1990 (Seasonal): Anderson Camps (various positions) Additional Ability to organize courses and field activities, familiarity with federal and state poessional land -use requirements for field activities, budgetary responsibility acMes ($100,000 proven attention to detail, ability to recruit and hire personnel Profiessional Society for American Archaeology, Pecos Conference, Colorado Historical Society, memberships Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists. Languages Fluency in Spanish; experienced teacher of English as a second language Extracufflbutar Ranching, backpacking, Nordic and alpine skiing, whitewater rafting, rock aunties climbing, reading and writing, foreign travel, natural history and conservation, wilderness and adventure travel Acaeditations Wilderness Management Certification, Wilderness First Responder certification, Colorado Secondary Education License (Social Studies), State of Utah River Guide I, Swift Water Rescue certification, Professional Level I Avalanche certification (American Avalanche Institute), State of Colorado Commercial Drivers License Volunteer Aspen Valley Land Trust Board Member; Board of Supervisors, Mount Sopris aq)erimm Conservation District; CMC Advisory Board; Girl Scouting; Lift Up of Glenwood Springs; Friends of the Library Roes Stanley Jensen, PhD (President, Colorado Mountain College) 970 947 -8365 James Campbell, PhD (Director, Outdoor Semester in the Rockies Program, retired) 505 699 -2904 Adrian Fielder, PhD (Instructional Chair, Roaring Fork Campus, Colorado Mountain College) 970 963 -2172 ext. 2307 Daryl Yarrow, MA (CEO Virtual Campus and Vice President, Colorado Mountain College) 970 947 -8336 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: 13 L Home Phone: �7-z qt q Physical Home Address: b Permanent Residence?: City: ST. ZIP: Yes 9- No 13 Mailing Address: No of years 3 0 Business Mailing Address: z-"A ':,7 Office Phone: 7 Employed With- Position: 5 1 7 Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass, Village: Yes L or N 0 Y List FEthe Exped or Education which may qualify you for this position: M V/ /V1 C-e- I I 7,T 77 q;r /U A, A Why do you /1 ish to be appointed to this position? A 44 J 4 1 el 0-1 'j- e, Se-j—Vq r 'T Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. Applicant's Signature Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 th 201 by Noon. i Lee C. Wilson 334 Apple Dr. j Basalt, CO 81621 (970) 927 -3764 h; 922 -4957 w i wilsonlc1 @hotmail.com I 1 Snowmass Village Town Council I IADC Search P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 1 December 14, 2010 Dear Snowmass Village Town Council I am interested in contributing to the Ice Age Committee. I feel I would be able to contribute as an "Education" member. My background includes a Master of Science degree in Geology from the University of Colorado 1974 (see included Resume for further education and teaching history) I have been teaching Geology classes for Colorado Mountain College since 1985, primarily leading field trips in the Roaring Fork Valley. The excitement generated by the discoveries at Ziegler Reservoir seems an ideal draw to attract people of all ages to the geology exhibited in Snowmass and the surrounding areas. It will be important to provide a scientifically accurate presentation of the finds. The Museum of Nature and Science is a wonderful resource for accurate and exciting information. As they have shown in their approach to date, good science is exciting and fun. Displays at various locations and /or at a museum could enhance the appreciation of the bone finds and local geologic features that surround Snowmass Village. The bone discoveries are exciting in their own right, but take on even more meaning when put into a paleontological and geological context. A self guided tour of exhibits, and guided tours could become a year -round draw for families and people of all ages. Special events utilizing the excitement of the discoveries and the various animals as a motif would also attract people of all ages. As Property Manager at Chamonix Condominiums I appreciate the possibilities the discovery opens for enhanced vitality in Snowmass Village. This is a very exciting opportunity for Snowmass Village! Sincerely, I RESUME LEE C. WILSON i ADDRESS: 334 Apple Drive (970) 927 -3764 (home) Basalt, Colorado 81621 (970) 922 -4657 (office) e -mail: wilsonlc1 @hotmail.com i I EDUCATION: i i Master of Science, Geology, University of Colorado, 1974 Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry, Grinnell College, 1970 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS/ CERTIFICATION/ PUBLICATION: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Colorado Ground Water Association Colorado Scientific Society Roaring Fork Chapter of Colorado Archaeology Association Colorado Class D Water Treatment Certificate PUBLICATION: "Variations in Water Quality During Initial Pumping of Monitoring Wells Lee C. Wilson and Jim V. Rouse, Ground Water Monitoring Review Winter 1983, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 103 -9 BOARD MEMBERSHIP: I f 1995 to 2002 Mid Valley Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District 2000 to 2003 Basalt Regional Library PROFESSIONAL RECORD: 1985 to Present (part Time) Colorado Mountain College, Aspen, Carbondale and Spring Valley, Colorado; Geology and Chemistry Instructor Teaching local and regional Geology courses including field 9Y g studies throughout the Roaring Fork and Crystal River valleys, Western Colorado and Eastern Utah. Topics include landslide identification, slope stability considerations, mineralization, erosional and depositional features and processes, local stratigraphy, and structural features, weathering processes, mineralogy and petrology. Occasional teaching of introductory i Physical Geology, General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry, each with laboratory instruction. I i I f i 1983 to present Snowmass Lodging Company, Snowmass Village, Colorado; PropertV Manager (1994 to present) Manager of Chamonix, a four building, twenty-five-unit luxur g y y condominium complex with pool, hot tub, conference room, and hotel style front desk operation. Work directly with the Board of Directors to manage all aspects of operations, planning and budget control for the Condominium Association. Member of the "management team" which directs Snowmass Lodging Co. i Maintenance Director (1983 to 1997) i Director of approximately ten person maintenance department. Responsible for the maintenance of buildings and grounds for three resort condominium properties, totaling I about 125 luxury condominium units. i 1980 to 1983 Envirologic Systems, Inc., Glenwood Springs, Colorado; j Branch Manager/ Project Manager for western slope operations Coordinate geohydrologic and geochemical investigations related to environmental permits. This included budget estimates and control, project planning and supervision of subcontractors and field personnel. Field investigations included geologic mapping, installing ground water monitoring wells and collecting water samples for geochemical analysis. i 1978 to 1980 Envirologic Systems, Inc., Denver Colorado; Geochemist Consultant to the minerals industry in regard to environmental regulations, baseline data collection, compliance monitoring, and preparation of environmental impact reports. 1975 to 1977 Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas; Geology Instructor Teaching Physical and Historical Geology lecture and laboratory courses. 1974 to 1977 Amuedo and Ivey, Consulting Geologist, Denver, Colorado; Field Geologist/Crew Chief Mapping, sampling and field testing oil shale, western Colorado. 1971 to 1974 Department of Geological Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO; Teaching Assistant (1972 -1974) Teaching introductory geology laboratory. Chemistry Technician (1971 -1972) Perform analyses for Molybdenum and other trace elements using colorimetric and atomic absorption spectrometry. 1970 to 1971 Department of Oncology, Albany Medical College, Albany, New York; Chemistry Technician Perform analyses for organic molecules related to cancer research. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: Home Phone: t q7a F Of 7 9s' Physical Home Permanent Residence Address: e f City: ST. ZIP: Y e S No 0 Mailing Address: No of years Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: 9..5 37L Fr /i Employed With: Position: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or NOV List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: MA �,-4 M lele.4 Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? l J Sr e Cover letter or resume is optional. 1 acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the respo ilities and duties. pplicant's Signature Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 2010 by Noon. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: csr�Y 1 m id Home Phone: 2 7 -9 Physical Home .1 00 U FPI '5 ty, r'1 Sf' Permanent Residence Address: City: SFe,V) g! I I J ST. ZIP: Yes No Mailing Address: Sc rn e— No of years Business Mailing Address: GCL m e Office Phone: q 70 5 Employed With: Position: Are you you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: Plea5e See he ait&chec! ekoeume Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? Pleas a 5e-e- 4- he c*&C docvrnen4- Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I a applying and, if ppointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the res nsibilities and tie !Z -Za App icant's SigniAure, Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 2010 by Noon. Lesley Compagnone Town of Snowmass Village Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 December 15, 2010 Dear Snowmass Village City Council; Please accept my application for the Education Seat of the Ice Age Discovery Committee. The ice age ecosystem uncovered at Ziegler Reservoir is fascinating, and I would love to be a part of the team that brings this discovery to the public and utilizes the opportunity in the best interests of Snowmass Village. I believe I can make a significant contribution in this position due to my academic background and years of experience as an educator. My formal training in educational theory, natural science, and natural history gives me the knowledge base needed for this role. In ten years of teaching preschoolers through adults I have become intimately familiar with the educational needs of a variety of ages. As Education Director at Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES), I have the benefit of collaborating with amazing colleagues to create programs that disseminate science information to visitors and locals. The primary aspect of my job at ACES is to design and implement environmental education and science programs, which are an integral part of the curriculum of the area schools. I believe that my experience and training in education, the support of my colleagues, and my connections to the local schools would greatly benefit this committee. Thank you for your time and the opportunity to apply for this seat. I look forward to speaking with you more about this position. If any additional information from me would be helpful for the decision making process, feel free to contact me at any time. Sincerely, J awt t Sarah Schmidt Education Director Aspen Center for Environmental Studies 100 Puppy Smith St. Aspen, CO 81611 970.925.5756 Sarah Schmidt 100 Puppy Smith St Aspen, CO 81611 (970) 274 -9461 sschrnidt@aspennature.org Education Hamline University University of Minnesota Masters of Arts in Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts, Natural Science and Major: Art Education Environmental Education Duluth, MN 2001 St. Paul, MN 2007 Experience Education Director: Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 6/08- Present Hire, train, supervise, mentor, and evaluate ACES environmental educators in curriculum design, lesson planning, and teaching techniques. Administer environmental education programs serving regional schools; including scheduling, staffing and billing. Coordinate and teach Aspen Elementary School K -4 environmental education program; and serve as liaison between Aspen School District and ACES Environmental Educator: Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, 8/06 -6/08 Taught preschool -12 grade environmental education to regional school groups. Teacher: Wayzata Central Middle School, MN 9/01 -6/06 Taught 6th, 7th and 8th grade 'art classes. Recreation Leader: Harrison Community Center, Duluth, MN 6/00 -5/01 Created an art program for youth. Museum Intern: Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, MN 9/99 -5/01 Led tours for K -12 grade students through the exhibits. Researched and wrote labels for artworks. Certifications, Scholarships, and Memberships Colorado Professional Teaching License Porter scholarship for Graduate School from American Federation of Teachers Art Department Scholarships and Dean's Scholarships for Undergraduate School Member of Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education and of Roaring Fork Sarah Schmidt Application for Education Seat Ice Age Discovery Committee List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: I have been an educator for more than 10 years. This is my career. I love teaching, creating curriculum, and thinking of creative ways to engage the public in learning. I have the opportunity to do this daily as Education Director of ACES. I also have the benefit of collaborating with knowledgeable colleagues to design and implement curriculum that makes complicated science more easily understood. At ACES, we have already incorporated the new Snowmass discoveries into our curriculum and look forward to creating more lessons that integrate the Pleistocene finds. My schooling has prepared me for the Education Seat of the Ice Age Discovery Committee. I have a Master's in Natural Science and Environmental Education and a Bachelor's in Art Education. With the opportunity to be a part of the committee, this combination of art and science would allow me to contribute creative ideas while remaining true to the science and natural history. Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? The ice age discovery is a wonderful opportunity for Snowmass Village to share a local treasure with residents and visitors. It has the great potential of being another draw to the area and an inspiration for people to learn more about natural history, paleoecology, and climate changes. I want to be instrumental in making this happen. From the first news story on the discovery, I was extremely excited. When the Denver Museum came in and began doing their daily updates, ACES staff would start the day with watching the new daily video. The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District was so kind to let the ACES' staff visit the dig site. I felt fortunate to be able to be on the ground watching the scientists in action. I would love the opportunity to use education to bring that feeling of excitement, mystery, time, and change to visitors and residents of Snowmass Village. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: 6 G--4 ke6 l J r� Home Physical Home O) Permanent Residence Address: �C,, pl�t t ww� City: z4or, f ST. ZIP: Yes X No jrJ 2- No of years Mailing Address: Business Mailing Address: �7Phone: Employed With: 49 E..Q Position. Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes ij or NoX List the Experience or Education which ynay qualify yo f this posiDyn: t r� l(3�?ut� IAVepe.n M r J (�,�Vt �G'� J� t L" Whl ev/f't tj &-VJ iJ `10 e, CL°ole— d Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? 7 o d e v SS �s 7� Ge a I41/0 C e /'7 1 (e t1 f e 1 �tJ A) 6 r✓�u �w �it.v 1 d ull Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties_ T 'k� Applicant's Signature Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 2014 by Noon. Bernard Grauer 288 Mountain Court Basalt, CO 81621 Dec. 15, 2010 Ice Age Task Force The Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Council Members; I would like to be considered for appointment to one of the education positions on the Ice Age Task Force. Although my main career was in corporate pension sales, my early career path focused on prehistoric archeology, particularly the Pleistocene. As a second career, I worked in print journalism in Dallas, Texas, and the Roaring Fork Valley. I am actively involved in the community as a member of the Basalt Planning and Zoning Commission and Chairman of the Basalt Kilns Committee. The committee is an ad -hoc, citizens group that generates community involvement and advises the town on the preservation of the historic charcoal kilns in Arbaney Park. I assisted town staff in preparing grant applications that resulted in over $240,000 of matching funds from the Colorado State Historical Fund. Since my Ice Age activities ended over 40 years ago, my interest is to be of assistance to the person appointed to lead the education task force or the Ice Age Discovery Committee education position. In my years of Ice Age study and field work, I have never seen anything as dramatic as the perfectly preserved fossil mega fauna excavated from the Ziegler Reservoir. Please find a resume attached. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, $ervuarO c,YAueY B E R N A R D E. G R A U E R 288 Mountain Court, Basalt, CO, 81621 970 972 -0413 begrauerCcomcast.net Position Desired: Ice Aee Task Force CIVIC EXPERIENCE Chairman Basalt Kilns Committee Basalt Planning and Zoning Commission Aspen SkiCo Ambassador at Highlands Board Member —The Forest Conservancy Forest Ambassador at the Maroon Bells PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE GrassRoots TV 12 Aspen: producer and host of `Bernie's Midvalley Journal," and the "Aspen Wine Review" Reporter and journalist for "The Aspen Daily News" and "The Glenwood Post," 1997 -2004 Stringer to "The Dallas Morning News," and contributor to "The Dallas Business Journal," 1995 -1997 Regional Corporate Pension Sales Manager, Dallas, TX, Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co. and Minnesota Mutual, 1973 -1994 Pension Administrator, The Stephen H. Ellis, Co., Phila., Pa., 1970 -1973 Adjunct instructor anthropology and archaeology, Temple Univ., Phila., Pa. 1968 -1970 Field work in Europe in Pleistocene and Neolithic digs at Stonehenge, England, the Isle of Jersey, Knossos, Crete, 1965 -1967 EDUCATION M.A. prehistoric European archaeology, Cambridge University, England, 1970 B.A. (honours) prehistoric European archaeology, Cambridge University, England, 1967 A.B. distinction in anthropology, Univ. of Pennsylvania., Phila., Pa, 1965 t TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAG Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: Home Phone: Physical Home n F (-AL) C 1 c' Permanent Residence Address: City: G7 U \j bJ u v1 G% C C? 0 6) ST. ZIP: Yes No Mailing Ad�ess.. j No of years Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: Employed With: Position: zj &1y-dzC/C? Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes f1 or No List the Experience or Educatio which may qualify ygu for this position: 4t C. W to G L r e (k C d lo ("'I-0 e I v1 1 r0 k' 'S f a C 18 n ce Why do you wish to be appointed to this positi n? 5. S eaa-q,e.r i UC 5 i R 1 i -'e !4nc� 4 I- eczr0l C- C I 4 v1 E 11-5 c% r' L. P�lfr c�. �o r ;v s5 a i�cc GG2s% C ve. r u S 6) Cover letter or resume is optional. I, t/bdt..e) I 0 S �L LiAq i r�ool t I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for whi���C��i s I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. hu- F. Applicant's Si C ture Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 1 2010 by Noon. December 16, 2010 To: Leslie Compagnone Ice Age Discovery Committee From: Christy Smith Re: IADC Education Position Dear Leslie and IADC Committee Members: It would be fun and rewarding to be part of this new, exciting chapter in Snowmass history! I am a firm believer in lifelong learning for all and this program has the potential to reach a broad range of people to that end. I am a dedicated teacher who enjoys bringing subject matter to life for my students in this case, the target audience would be young and_ old, paleontology buffs and the curious child who resides in all of us. Developing a complimentary identity for Snowmass is a worthy and rewarding challenge. As a teacher, I know how to deliver content that is both meaningful and understandable. Combined with my marketing and communications background, I am a candidate you should consider. I have experience teaching in both Aspen and down valley schools. I am a team player who brings great enthusiasm to every endeavor I pursue. It would be both a pleasure and honor to be part of this program. I look forward to the opportunity to talk with you further. J Christy Smith Christy Ann Smith Box 5314, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 970 987 -3464 csmithl90 @aol.com PROFILE: Career experiences in education, marketing, business management, writing and advocating for individuals with disabilities. Highly qualified Colorado teacher of Social Studies, English Language Arts, History and Elementary Education. Wilderness First Aid and CPR certification. CURRENT STATUS: Education Specialist, online graduate degree program, MU Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology. The program is the promotion of positive mental well -being for all children and adolescents, safe school environments and the prevention of mental health problems within schools, families and communities. Part -time ELL teacher, Carbondale Middle School. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Classroom Teacher, 5 th and 7 th Grade, Aspen Middle School, Aspen, Colorado August, 2008 June, 2009 Academic year split between two teaching assignments for teachers on maternity leave 5 th grade classroom teacher of literacy, mathematics, science and social studies 7 th grade teacher of language arts and reading Led week -long student outdoor education trips on Colorado River and at Arches National Park Resource Room, Aspen Community School, Aspen, Colorado, September, 2007 June, 2008 Provided individualized reading and small group math intervention for students in grades 1 -8 Partnered with literacy /special education teacher and classroom teachers to meet student IEPs High School Teacher, Escondido Union High School, Escondido, California September, 1.975 June, 1979 Taught history, psychology and consumer education Developed and managed program for at -risk students to gain class credit as volunteers in a nursing home and school for disabled children Coached field hockey and girls basketball BUSINESS EXPERIENCE President, CR Travel Enterprises, Darien, Connecticut 1995 -2004 Sales promotion marketing in travel and business sectors Wrote Guide to Spas and Fitness Getaways for Ocean Spray promotion; 10,000 copies printed Executive Assistant, F. G. "Buck" Rodgers, Lecturer and Author, Darien, Connecticut 1985 -1995 Managed speaking career for one of the top five motivational speakers in the U.S. (USA TODAY 1986). Point person with speakers' bureaus and corporate clients for over fifty annual speeches Assisted with research and editing of Mr. Rodgers' two books. Coordinated international book tours Responsible for development and marketing of complimentary print, audio and video products Corporate Communications Staff, Advertising Specialist, Marketing Representative, IBM Corporation, Armonk, New York 1979 -1985 Wrote IBM CEO response to requests for participation in a wide range of business, political and charitable events. Each letter accompanied by business case justification drawn from company -wide recommendations and completed within a 48 -hour turnaround deadline Recognized with Headquarters Award and inclusion in 100% Club for national print and direct marketing campaign for IBM Personal Computer Trained at numerous IBM marketing, advertising and communications schools EDUCATION M.A., Corporate and Political Communication, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut Professional Certification, Education, Denver University, Denver, Colorado B.A., History, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado Attachment B Fundraising Position o Lisa Wilkinson oStan Kornasiewicz oMaura Masters TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: e J l ssa tsOL YU l I i el so n Home Phone: t +r u X23 -511514 Physical Home Permanent Residence Address: City: City: sr. &ZIP: Yes No 3 f owrnosS fo,3e, 611015 Mailing Addr ss: V No of years rc) BOX (000 1 Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: PC) 90)( &J-4 S- Son. -I Employed With: Position: Wood Co lip- ss6el ,S es Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: See- attach eA re-sum Why do you wish to be appoirlted to this position? Devela t/'I t �I C C �e ii p s� n� -fit f cd ho aVI c `fit' g p e C .6 tt /o g`n�r 6C� r�J��il. s t IPt ea r `dam >ft i Ckind {e t,e� Ir r i! latnrl Cover letter or resume is optional Vc y irnt o n YO I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. Appli ant's Signature Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16'', 2010 by Noon. December 15, 2010 Town Council Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Councilmembers, Please consider my application for the Fundraising Position on the Ice Age Discovery Committee. I am enthused about the scientific finds and the potential of the excavation site, and will bring that excitement to others as the strategic plan is developed. My background in science education, fundraising, and longtime residency and employment in Snowmass Village make me a qualified candidate for the Committee. I look forward to working with you. Sincerely, A isa�Wtllcinson Melissa "L isa" Wilkinson PO Box 6001 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (970) 923-5154 OBJJE-CTIVE: To serve the Town of Snowmass Village in a collaborative effort with the Denver Museum of Nature Science in promoting and understanding the evolution and natural history of the extraordinary paleontological site discovery of October 2010. WORK, EXPERIENCE: 2004-Present WOODRUN FIVE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Director of Sales 2000-2004 DESTINATION RESORTS SNOWMASS Director of Sales and Marketing 1999-2000 BJ ADAMS REAL ESTATE Office Manager 1999 ASPEN SCHOOL DISTRICT, LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE Substitute Teacher 1987-1998 ASPEN VALLEY MEDICAL FOUNDATION/ASPEN VALLEY HOSPITAL Executive Director, Director of Development, Executive Secretary 1986-1987 ASPEN SKIING COMPANY Public Relations, Marketing Sales Administrative Secretary 1985-1986 SNOB SS RESORT ASSOCIATION Public Relations Marketing Special Projects Assistant/Secretary 1983-1985 ASPEN CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Volunteer Naturalist, Youth Education Programs Coordinator 1981-1985 ASPEN, ROARING FORK, AND NORTHFIELD, MN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Secondary Science Teacher EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science Degree: Zoology major University of Nebraska (1978). Coursework included zoology, geology, botany, and summer field courses at Cedar Point Biological Station in western Nebraska. Zion Canyon Field Institute natural history field courses during Spring Breaks (2001 -2010) Museum of Western Colorado Field Paleontology Dinosaur Dig at Mygatt-Moore Quarry Colorado Mountain College Geology of the Colorado Plateau, Geology of the Roaring Fork Valley, Winter Ecology Previously Certified secondary science educator in Colorado, Minnesota, and Nebraska OTHER RELEVANT E- Visited natural history and paleontology museums in the past decade, including: Denver Museum of Nature Science Museum of Western Colorado The Wyoming Dinosaur Center (Thermopolis) Utah Museum of Natural History (Price) St. George Dinosaur Tracksite (Johnson Farm) Anasazi Heritage Center Museums and Visitor Centers at National Parks and Monuments (Zion, Great Sand Dunes, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Arches, Canyonlands, Hovenweep, Rocky Mountain) Saurier Museum, Aathal, Switzerland National Museum of Prehistory at Les Eyzies, France Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (Washington, DC) Town of Snowmass Village Citizens Grants Review Board 2007 to Present "The earth is a giant book which still needs its pages turning, and has in no way given up all its secrets." "The prehistorians understood that they had discovered a fantastic treasure, and never left the discovery site after that." TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: Home Phone: d- Physical Home e4 0 3 Z4 Permanent Residence Address: City: 6-1, ST. ZIP: Yes No Mailing Address: No of years Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: Employed With: Position: (•f Fr✓ 1✓F6 C'#,j!1lrwRA1" �t°LYAt1` !2E�rEs�+ Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes VA Ir or No List the e'4 Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position-.6 KU o.✓ Bo r1 T'S �f�I2s ov G'ci +o G r �;7"Y R lJ /C�s /F7 ¢"e✓b" �,DT B ".S..s ,��Q/✓� '7 �1�'N ��AnTN1N .e�+'CCib `�7b1 E^RJN�N�€ f/o� gv��+,✓�r .4rsac Fli.cS �s.�v, Y S /U /.sC rREi 1fi��Zf"r- l3 a i5 AW+e�C J S S'FJNe S Q.*r' �•'"Oc, ✓.swaps G. rc E ors T.2c� /A/'�k j d SV I&A r 4t�c 5 .ANY o T7°t lJ sr rra r I cv TO usi.J C'v .�.1G rr�.r 3 Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? �4 �s HRH gj crR1 �SSacrAr€ wiTH 9aP'r�r� QAnrl f s.� S�cw NZ U r v3' t v 4A i C1' ,�kc 'TH£ acv.✓ W £fBiF /t �r F3� r�i d scc�/Pe£ cE r°ce raft /utC,vE .A� d..�s c'.eFC f d-t°Jls �eS; TtJ ��2r�� f? T �rvcwa=ss ,eel s t� eS7 7 As ��?C°../ R w,1 'J r�� i`3G z wart Le �E u./f 2i Q r ik/ 9 JsvTE.�t 1� f ✓r F�f ���Ptl 70 7W Cover letter or resume is optional. %a r7tE I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. F �f13/to pplicant's ign Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 2010 by Noon. FROM :NRSTERS FRX N0. :9707041222 Dec. 16 2010 10:08RM P2 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name. Nome Phone_ Physical Home Permanent Residence?: Address: ®°1-YQ '5 V 1 g) City. 66 t� ST. &ZfP: Yes No Mailing Address: No of years Business Maiiing Address: Office Phone: p Employed With: I K a t Position' Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or Rio List the E5€periehi:41 dP Education which may qualify you for this position: Why do you wish to be appointed to this positio Cover letter or resume is optional. I 1 owledge that a familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I. rn plying and, f ap inted, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as Weil as accepting the r spo ibilities an duti�s. tg .'pp scants Signature Date Return to: Lesiey Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Viltage, CO 81615, no later than December 16 2010 by Noon. 1 MASTERS FAX NO. :9707041222 Dec. 16 2010 10:08RN P1 MARKETING Facsimile Cover Sheet To: Lesley Compagnone Fax Number: 923-6083 From: Maura Masters Fax Number: 970-704-1222 Date: 12/16/10 Pages (including zzl� 5 Re: Application to Fundraising Position on IADC Dear Lesley: Please see application and resume as application to the Fundraising position on the IADC. I have lived and worked in the Roaring Fork Valley for over 20 years. Most of that time I have worked for non Profit organizations in fundraising, marketing and development. Most recently, I was the marketing director at Komen Aspen breast cancer foundation where I developed a very successful educational /communication plan. I now have my own small business, M3 Marketing, LLC located in Carbondale, CO. I have very little paleontology experience per se but do enjoy my work with science- based clients. I did work for the John F. Kennedy Library Museum Foundation in Boston before moving here, so am familiar withniuseum functions/operations. I have the interest and skills necessary to fulfill the duti f this posi onq Thank you for your consideration. 1 look forward to hearing from yo A FROM :MASTERS FAX N0. :9707041222 Dec. 16 2010 10:09RM P3 MAURA MCKENNA. MASTERS 772 Seven Oaks Road, Carbondale, CO 81623- 970 -704 -1222 m3 @sopris.net Experience M3 Marketing, LLC, Carbondale, CO Public Relations, Advertising and Special Event Planning, 1/10 to present 20+ years progressively responsible marketing and managerial experience with demonstrated leadership in developing strategic plans and implementing programs. Extensive experience in general/consumer marketing strategy, campaign execution, and branding. Accomplished in nontraditional, multi- dimensional marketing platforms including direct marketing, sales promotions, cause related and conversational marketing. Knowledge of website development, search engine optimization, pay and cost per click advertising, social media and email campaign management. Ability to successfully build strong partnerships and constituent relationships, strong project management skills. Exceptional writing and graphic design development skills. Clients include, Valley Fine Art, Green Line Architects, ECOE Marketing, CCH Consulting, 2 Rivers Multimedia, Multiple Sclerosis Colorado Chapter, Valley View Hospital Foundation, GrassRoots Community TV, Carbondale Community School, David Rasmussen Design, Prostate Conditions Education Council, Starsong Foundation ).D_ Spirit Inc., Cardiff Therapy, and The Right Door Foundation. Aspen Affiliate of Susan G. Kamen for the Cure, Aspen, CO Marketing Director, 10/08 to 11/09 Developed advertising, marketing and. public relations campaigns and strategies to support fundraising, awareness and event goals to help reach mission to end breast cancer forever. Created website content, print electronic public service announcements, media outreach and editorial placement, E- newsletter, social networking, and sponsorship sales. Produced special outreach and fundraising events including Race for the Cure, Ride for the Cure, health fairs, Kamen for the Cure cause related marketing initiatives, and local 3rd Party outreach events_ Adhered to strict branding guidelines, acted as communications liaison to headquarters and was affiliate spokesperson. Instrumental in raising $585,00 net income plus $329,000 in media and other sponsorship /trade. Responsible for producing membership collateral and coordinating donor mailings, and maintaining File Maker Pro data base. Promotional Concepts, Carbondale, CO Public Relations, 1105 to 10/08 Implemented traditional and nontraditional public relations strategies to garner local, regional and national awareness for a variety of clients. Planned budgets and production timelines and schedules, and initiated the development of collateral materials to support marketing strategies. Stewarded positive relationships with local, regional and national print and broadcast press. Placed editorial features and developed other platforms such as special events to meet clients' objectives. Clients including: Komen Aspen, GreenLine Architects, Aspen Sotheby's Realty, Aspen Motorsports Park, Sol Energy, Kitchenstore Basalt, and others. a F91 M3 /pg. 2 GrassRoots TV12, Aspen, CO Marketing Public Relations Manager, 4/02 to 1/05 a Implemented marketing and public relations strategies to promote brand and programming of nation's first community television station to the local, valley -wide market_ Commissioned scientific survey to determine market and outreach potential. Created fundraising marketing brochure- 0 Planned and executed on -air telethons, and recruited and trained event volunteers. V Built and maintained active donor database; coordinated high donor receptions and other community special event fundraisers. o On -going board, donor and community producer stewardship, and general office support. Masters Studio, Carbondale, CO Public Relations and Special Events, 10/94 to 4/02 Created and coordinated public relations strategies to meet client goals. Persuasive public relations writing: press releases, brochures, press kits newsletters. News writing and reporting: newspaper and radio, and radio production. Clients included: COMPASS for Lifelong Learning, Carbondale Clay Center, GrassRoots TV, Carbondale Chamber of Commerce, Ashley Anderson Public Relations, Sojourner Publications, aspen com /NEWS, Town of Basalt: Battle of the Bands and River Days, KDNK -FM, Aspen Daily News, Valley Journal, Valley Fine Arts, Ltd., artist Dick Waller, Roaring Fork Conservancy, DanceAspen, KDNK -FM, Aspen Youth Center, and Independence Pass Foundation. KDNK -FM, Carbondale, CO News Director, 10/98 to 4/00 Produced daily local news segment at non profit, community radio station. Managed ten volunteer field reporters_ Co- developed youth radio program. Hosted local public affairs radio program, "Valley Voices." DanceAspen, Aspen, CO Development Director, 1'2/93 to 12/94 Responsible for general and business membership fund drives, donor and board stewardship, special events and other fund raising for non- profit dance organization. The Windstar Foundation, Snowmass, CO Marketing Director, 6/91 to 9/92 Responsible for planning and marketing annual Choices for the Future Symposium and public relations for non profit environmental organization. The John F. Kennelly Library and Foundation, Boston, MA Special Events Volunteer Director, 6/90 to 6/91 Responsible for planning annual fundraising dinner and Head of State receptions for international dignitaries at federal presidential library; recruited, organized and coordinated volunteer docent program. FROM :MASTERS FAX NO. :9707041222 Dec. 16 2010 10:09RN P4 M3 /pg. 3 Persg Member, The Right Door Foundation, pending 2010. Member, community relations committee, Valley View Hospital Foundation, 2010. Marketing chair, Multiple Sclerosis Colorado Chapter: Walk MS and Women on the Move luncheon, 2010. Public relations committee member, The Right Door Foundation: Small Miracles event, 2010 Volunteer, Carbondale Wild West Rodeo, 2010. Membership education chair, Carbondale Chamber of Commerce, 2006. Host "Valley Voices" public affairs radio show, KDNK -FM, 2005, Media chair, Aspen Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, 2004 2005. 8 Computer (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook File Maker Pro), and internet proficient. Basic skill in Adobe Photoshop In Design software, and Facebook Twitter social media systems. Graduated Georgetown University 1984 with dual BA degree in English and psychology. Married with two teenaged children. Attachment B Citizen at Large Position o Chuck Barth o Gaard Moses oJack Rafferty o Colleen Doyle o Janis Huggins o Carl Vill O17- 5NOWMA55 VILLAGE.. t ICS AGE: DISCOVERY COMM] r-r- r i C�)AD C AP'`PL1CATlONOR "CITIZEN AT LA E" 1'051TION T 4�1 6 v f t t 1 `tf ;t��1Mf 1 i 9� u,.0 1 �t &Yf �t r •�t.�, as i g "a ,��1 p Y.. 1k"x. 6� �Y f �1� "�9 „t i"it# l 4� 1�E6t I M i�pr t `r TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: Home Phone: Physical Home G--14 lvf Permanent Residence?: Address: City: �1(,/5ST&ZIP: Yes 14 No i. Mailing Address: Noofyears P('- IdS >/M/ Co Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: 7- d '71) ox /-S 2) :.2 S Employed With: Position: C 6 C) 14 A/ Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes X or No [-i List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: pectallsl S C(I-e0r7 5& -e o r Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? f Al Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. /'Applicant's SJgriaf6re Date/ Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 th 201 by Noon. COVER LETTEK ]ear Staff, ,1 It is with great excitement and enthusiasm that I apply for the I ;r "C' g n U h I I� ,f {a'" ff o rtizen at are ver since the first discover ave een l ike a l tie boy back in grade school two of m favorite subjects were paleontology and arc h eolo gy I would jump at the chance to discuss these subjects con p +y t strl.rct dioramas draw P ictures and scut t th p e ancient creatures. consider this find a town treasure and would be so proud to represent it on the newly formed committee. believe the position forw J am applying requires an extensive, almost encyclopedic knowledge of all the fauna and flora discov- f cries in order to properly dialog with adults and museum staff, yet also pos- t less a storyteller's ability to lay it out and explain in plain and simple Ian guage for our most important audience, the children and students. My five years of "storytelling by the Campfire" has equipped me for such a role. Through the learning and complete memorization of great stories and poems f completely entertained my audience and was written up locally and even achieved a proud spot in the L os Angeles Times in the travel sec "y 4 r" tion. Its popularity is in disputable with crowds reaching 9O at its peak. My military experience as a tactica interrogator affords me the skills to ask the right questions so as to accurately understand, dissect and convey the technical data and filter it appropriately to the general public. The entire experience must be educational, entertaining and fascinating. As far as my contacts are concerned, I have many friends and acquaintan- ces who are first year residents, young adults who attended local schools, business owners, our most senior residents as well as town officials, admini trators and law enforcement. have interviewed with Ki Water Fy Sanitation director t Hamby and h e has strongly indicated a security role for me and my security company starting in the 5 prin gf ort h e Ziegler5ite. Veteran S ecurit y Company is a Snow "w., 4 �r+`�� mass Villa licensed business and puts me right smack in the mi of the anaerobic action! Wkat could be betterthan to be working, day to J r l t4 day, at the site for w am appointed to represent. Th best o both worlds "Ice Age" and "Modern". One last skill and advantage I have spent the last two ears develo is y pg p ,5ACV as a research specialist for Marty Stou Productions, A me ri can Wild- life, Project; a global philanthropic educational initiative designed to bring CAUTION the fascinating world of Marty's life's work to children's museums, hospitals, schools and numerous other educational venues for the purpose of expand- MASTODON� CROSSING ing interest and knowledge of N ort h American wildlife among students of 4 all ages. My d uties included researching and compiling contact data on the wealthiest people on the planet. I produced many spreadsheets and per r s� formed mass mailings to potential donors in over 50 countries world -wide. am not intimidate b large rojects and consistently meet deadlines with y P ig frightening accuracy. In 20oy m efforts atgrantwritinggarnered a $25,000 award from the Ted Turner Foundation, $5,000 of which we do- nated to the Little }Z School house. I pride myself on getting results. It is with confidence and conviction that I submit this packet f oryour consid- r eration. I believe I am ready to take on a community role of this importance and responsibility. have made many positive and wholesome choices in my life recently and will commit my full consciousness and intelligence to this f once -in -a- lifetime opportunity if selected. This is such an exciting time for our community, our valley and our state. Let me help make us proud. Thank you foryourtime and consideration. x- b est regards, Chuck 15a rth 922 -5466 RESUME Mom CHARLES R. BARTH P.O. Box 6152 Snowmass Village, Colorado 131615 Telephone.: 970- 922 -51,66 Finail: ��harl� �i %I lol,ur�pirsslilno.cv >nl ObjeetiVe: As an iADC member, illy ohjecLive is t.o provide tic best qualified and experienced public conduit. with 1.Ile highest, regard to mission det.ails and (.ie board's goals and philosophy. M perforrnancc standau•ds: broad communay pi excellena conlinunicanon skills and complete accol.mtablIlt.y. Education Wall high School, Wall, New Jersey, Diploma Uliited SI.a(,es ln(.elligence Center and School, F or(: iluachuca, AI Mona, 97E'hact.ical Int.clrogation Course, Diploma Defense Language TnstiCllLe, Foreign i,anguage Center, Presidio of Monterey, California, Polish Language, Diplorna with 1-lonors Chapman College, Monterey, California, Eastern European Studies, Course Coil]pla..ion Goe llc Insl.intI.e, (3er1111, Germany, Advanced German, Course Corn ple1.ion .Johnson Wales Unive Providence, Rhode Wand Culinal-y Arts Food Scrvice Managcment..Program, 3.135 GPA Defense I.auguagc Ins(.itl.lte, Foreign Language CellLel Monte rey, Call fornlit, Technical German, Course Compict.iorl Colorado Mountain College, Aspen, Colorado, Spanish I., 4.0 G.PA Automated Text ernal Delibrillal.or (Ai+,D), Cer Basic First. Aid, Certified; Car•chopulinonal-y Resuscita[lon (CPR), Certified; Poolside hoist,'T'rained; Comliliancc- Direction- Takedown (CDT), Guest escort.':aches technique, non deadly force defense (.raining, Certified (not, cur indepe Snidles: Cultural Diversity in Europe and Middle East.,.Ant.i- terrorism seminar through National Insl.itutc of;Justice, Criminal justice study tlhrough Westwood College, Blood bol•ne pal.hogeus, 111 N I virus awareness, handwriting analysis, forensic interviewing and vulnerabilil.y assessment.. T have visited and studied 26 count=ries world- wide and have "caf'6- chat" ability in seven languages. EM MKIMEMEMENEWMEMMEM 140tary: Strategic; Dchricfcr— Joint. Allied Refugee Ol:rerat.ions Cenecr,l3crli,n (,JA ROC -13), 766th Military intelligence Do.achinent.; 421st. Ki.lieary Intelligence Detachment. R &D (Classified); MWIi Concession Director —Flead Quarters, IJQ Cornpany, 7th Transport. Lion Group; S4 NCO, Special Operations, 1901 Special Forces Group (Airborne), 5t.h Special Forces Battalion; Force Protection Officer— National Security Flenjcnt., intelligence, Taszar, 14ungary. highest security clearance held: Top ScmTt. Employinen u,: 1970-11J. Ruggles Fine Dining Restaurant, Waiter, Spring Lake, ew .Jersey 1979 —SLow Pot Restaurant, Waiter, Snowrnass Village, Colorado Interlude Condominiums, Head Flouselceeper, Snowrnass Village, Colorado 1981— United States Army, Strategic Debriefer, ,Joint. Allied Refugee Operations Center, Wcst. Berlin, Germany 1986— St.udent., .Johnson Wales Uriiversit.y, Providence, Rhode l.slarrd 1987 —Stew Pot. Restaurant, Manager, Snowmass Village 1991 Operation Desert. Storm, hillet.ing specialist, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 1992 Private Chef, Charles Wyly Family, Woody Creek, Colorado Self-employed, Owl Creels itering, Cackles Caviar E;nt.ertainrnent 1993 —Sau0s Knob Mountant Restaurant., rrranager, Snowrnass Village, Colorado 1991 —St.ew Pot. Rest:aurarrt, manager 1995— Self-crnlrloyed, New West Catering, Snowrnass Village, Colorado 1996 Private Chef, Neil Diamond, Snowrnass Village, Colorado 1997 --Force Protection Tearn Deader, U.S Ei Liaison, 13udapest., 1 Iungary 1998 —Town of Snowrnass Village, Transportation Depart:r:nent, Lead Driver 2007 Self-employed, Daly `Tavern Restaurant, Snowrnass Village, Colorado 2003— rT'otal .Merchant. Services, Account. Representative, Basalt, Colorado 2005— SecudLy Agent., St. Regis hotel Resort, A.spell, Colorado 2006 —Loss Prevention Officer, Ritz Carlton Resort., Aspen FLighlancls, Colorado 2007 Secret. Service appointed driver for President: Clinton's Aspen rnot:orcade 2007 —First Line Security; Pare- t.irne, year -round Security Specialist. /Officer 2009 Internet. Research Specialist. for Marty Stouffer's Wild America Global Philanthropic Educational Lnit.iative 2007 15resent.: Self-employed, Polar Express Limousine, Veteran Security Cornpany Awards: American Field Service,, Overseas Award, i.",xclrangc Student to Swit:zer•land NFS "Golden Plate" Award —Food Service irrdustxy Scholarship Award Good Conduct. Medal, 2 Oak i.,eaf Clusters Army Achievement. Medal, 2 Oak Leaf Clusters Army Commendation Medal Kuwait. Liberation Mcdal City of Mcdal, Berlin NATO Medal, Yugoslavia "Most. Valuable Player" Award, Town of Snowrnass Village, 11ansporea Ion Departrnen.l: Associate of the Month, St. Regis Resort. Tlotel, Asl:>en, Colorado Associate of the Month, Liitz- Carlton Club, Aspen, Colorado highest. U.S. Government. Clearance achieved, Top Secret. Vet.eram of Foreign Wars, Odorado 10partrnent., 1''irst. Place, Membership Newsletter TOWN OF SN®WMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: C R j�� Home Phone: �'A-i t 140 'Z7 cMS Physical Home,. f p X �z� Address: `4 F T3 �!u p� +2� 15 Permanent Residence City: aJ L ktF ���ST. ZIP: YesXi No Mailing Address: g No of years Business Mailing Address: To box 0 1 M Co Office Phone: �sl�l z q07 Employed With: Position: L Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes C or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: k OAP -A oc-:� i2� it t.r✓E 'I �5A� �PNieS 1�9)1 TP X51( I f? U}.s i r��2i -r 4 �Alu� 9f2CW mss CAKWAS U)cZ 7l21Z. 1 Z-60 r A�1.9 fit., i M�D Ate" nn t Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? &KPE 46 C t�j C- APA �"p� 4CAL's KU "eM A))AWt5 'T0 `ALL" 1'� 'PL G76TCQ &W ff ��p1C tO G Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well d' "accepting the responsibilities and duties. C1 f t� Applicant's Signature Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 2010 by Noon. �UiJ,�� IZ ZOio T\ u c-A 1 r v j� xc crib l� �l c� Be J'SF eE AGa 0 ISCw51;�9 Cofer I T15E v 1U0\V NA4,GSV1 L' L A 6. CC)• 1 Y1 STS 1 A1A l)3161219(5T e 1)�-4 LL,,N (vEt jE}1�`U g�bJ 1 �S ADY1SED WAT t1 VVAG PRUN 11.9 S()tj IT b441sN`i', r vJ�la `�1�'`t' ��t�J.1 h'l� t ,�,Nt 1•,t� 2�5 i 1..�'1 Go1Fu> 6' CW rT- p, �36WHIAS -A OF �F" 1C,, WMMb R bA L. 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T�2 -�>Jr -r�o trLt e �Jwi 1 t�►dZ T�.JC -i�L�s rl� r� r� �i ri�sT�vT� lh9 sP 9 D izwcyA C5MTe Est +ou�lw�JU� VII ICd-1 is A MOPE2IO ISMC i 9- UTb)Ds' SUP )SIF4 A: D ;=P-03 L ttM ow MAsTob PIA�-EoL tT>) M (�'�At EY-k)5 )TflbM a CL—)Mb oN 'Tq15 ems) D e" MAM MOTO ))J rf4E BUST <S�,r ALL- 5tTL>At►oN ,S, A PkESEQT-ATW Lit! 1 O-A�\3 PE LT.-, BERINGIA CENTRE x d� The Beringia Centre details our ice age past and of- fers exhibits on the Woolly Mammoth, Giant Steppe Bison, Giant Beaver (400 lbs.) and more. Located f 0ext to the Transportation Museum. German tours. Dieses neu konzipierte Museum wird Sie begeistern. Mit den Eiszeiten als Schwerpunkt entschlusselt das Beringia Centre Informationen fiber das Mammut, den Steppenbuffel, den Riesenbiber and viele andere. Kreaturen, die im Yukon gelebt haben Es befindet sick neben dim Transportation Museum am Alaska Highway. Deutschsprachige Touren werden angeboten. YUKON BERINGIA INTERPRETIVE CENTRE Meet the Ice Age giants that ruled the ancient sub continent of Berin- gia. Get up close to the woolly ;mammoth or one of Beringia's ferocious predators, the scimitar cat. Discover this intriguing era through inter- active exhibits, skeletal remains and riveting films. Open daily from mid -May to Iate September. Open Sundays from October to mid -May. On the Alaska Highway, Whitehorse, Yukon (Next to the Whitehorse International Airport) Phone: (867) 667 -8855 Fag: (867) 667 -8854 Email: beringia @gov.yk.ca www.beringia.com AN EXPERIENCE OF MAMMOTH PROPORTIONS cum 4 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Home Phone: (d (.c�( Q 1 25 Physical Home Permanent Residence Address: f C`L1 City: ST. &ZIP: C'/�✓� LC' 9r(9 Yes Ir No Mailing Ad ss: No of years �J 0 si a Mailing Address: Office Phone: 0,0 6`���1 :�}�S 06 �c��i� V's ill/ Employed wi Posifion: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: �`C�r6�1'Ylvdll SC'A� aC �t e if 8uS 1U--t7 SS vtUNe' �U✓ M O VvL01 0— fee t co �C C�eTU2 ��%7c�✓�(�� Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? r�-- co C� ry fvc r Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that l am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsi ities ties. Applicant's n re Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81515, no later than December 16 2010 by Noon. Snowmass Town Council 12/12/2010 To whom it concerns, It is my intention and desire to serve on the Ice Age Discovery committee to assist in utilizing this amazing find for the good of the community. The preservation and exploration of this resource is and will be a most significant asset to Snowmass. The science and significance of this discovery is an opportunity for Snowmass Village to establish itself as a stand alone community, capable of generating a year round economy for its businesses and residence. As a destination resort we are more than just the little sister of the Aspen Skiing Company and much more than just a winter resort area. It is imperative to develop this event as a marketing tool because it will unequivocally define the future of Snowmass. To develop a year round tourist attraction with special attention to the science and environmental concerns in conjunction with filling beds, restaurants and retail establishments is a delicate task fraught with many diverse concerns. There is a need for the town to collectively work towards a common goal with direct input from the Snowmass community. The Town, in cooperation with DMNS, the State of Colorado and Snowmass Water and Sanitation District are now charged with "making decisions which will greatly affect the future of Snowmass Village. I have owned and operated an incorporated business (Thotic Shops Inc.), in Snowmass since 1982 and have been a periodic resident since 1975.1 have extensive experience conducting lecture /seminars for Masterfit University (15yrs) a ski industry training center and have traveled globally teaching to large groups. I have watched Snowmass develop as a resort, been here through lean and prosperous times, I have raised a family here, my son currently enrolled as a sophomore at Aspen High School. My community service history in the valley is a diverse, eclectic blend including but not limited to; Captain medic firefighter Carbondale Fire I Oyrs, Coach Aspen Junior Hockey 25 yrs, former President, Kings Row Homeowners Assoc., board member Parks and Recreation, Carbondale, parent adviser Aspen High School Parkour club as well as Snowmass community advocate /volunteer builder of the Snowmass Rodeo Ice rink. I'm a contributing freelance writer/ photographer for the local papers. I have lectured at the Aspen Sports medicine institute and written articles for the Aspen Orthopaedic Associates magazine, as well as others. I currently reside outside the TOSV, a victim of economic circumstances, however I have always considered myself a member of this community. I would be honored if you would consider selecting me as a member of this board. With concerns for our future, Jack ffb r TOWN OF SN® MASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: Colleen Doyle Home Phone: 970.923.1555 Physical Home 400 Wood Road, #2102 Permanent Residence Address: City: Snowmass Village CO 81615 ST. ZIP: Yes No N Mailing Address: POB 5623 No of years Snowmass Village CO 81615 Business Mailing Address: POB 5623 Office Phone: 970.456.7751 Snowmass Village CO 81615 Employed With: Please see attached resume. Position: Please see attached resume. Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No N List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: Please see attached resume. Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? My community- centric commitment and vision, along with my community service record, professional experience, consensus building skills, and communication skills will help ensure that the Committee thinks holistically, hears the community's individual and collective voices, achieves the goals you have set, and discovers whether a rebirth of Snowmass Village lies naturally in its past. Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. pN Colleen Doyle 12/16/10 20vo Ld60? 9'ILp rop ail•CDOyleEmailgp ail. Applicant's Signature Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16` 2010 by Noon. COLLEEN FOYLE December 13, 2010 Snowmass Village Town Council IADC Search POB 5010 Snowmass Village CO 81615 Sent via email to: rcoxon@tosv.com and lcompagnone agtosv.com RE: Ice Age Discovery Committee Application for Citizen at Large Position Dear Mayor Boineau and Council Members: Thank you for creating the Ice Age Discovery Committee. Enclosed please find my application for the Committee's Citizen at Large position, along with my resume. Given my experience at the intersection of the areas relevant to the goals you set for the Committee, 1 would bring a uniquely holistic perspective to the Committee. Recall that, while discussing the holistic perspective underlying my comments to you last month, I spoke about my background of being a decades -long member of the Snou mass Village community; serving on town advisory boards for half a decade; working in the areas of science, education, policymaking /advocacy, non -profit management, and development; having degrees in law and business, with a marketing major; and raising two Semi Professional Scientists. As you have heard and seen, recently and over the years, I am a consensus builder with strong communication skills and extensive community service and professional experience. I have a track- record of successfully working with others on -site and virtually, from across the country; these skills will be critical to the success of a community -based Committee whose members (including museum personnel) may come from a geographic area stretching beyond the Roaring Fork Valley. When it comes to Snowmass Village, I am community- centric. My time, efforts and elbow grease help further Snowmass Village's aspiration to be "the leading multiseason, family- oriented inclusive mountain resort community." As a member of this Committee, I would continue to serve as a "constructive conduit to a broad spectrum" and to do so for the benefit of Snowmass Village and the broader community. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, COUee w Colleen Doyle Enclosures: Application and Resume POB 5623 SNOWMASS VILLAGE CO 81615 970.456.7751 CDoyleEmail @Gmail.com COLLEEN DOYLE EXPERIENCE Present Doyle Consulting, CO and MN Consultant m Champion and develop excellence in education and policy. 2008 -2010 Aspen Science Center, Aspen CO Director of Operations m Worked closely with scientists, educators (informal and formal), policymakers, business executives, non -profit leaders, students, and other stakeholders on broad range of science and education issues and programs, at international, federal, state, and local levels. Drafted strategic, marketing, and development plans. Wrote grant applications and worked with program funders. Raised awareness of programs, including in the media print, radio, and community television. Volunteered with organization from 2005 -2008, assisting with informal science education programs. 2006 -2008 Academy Olympia, St. Paul MN Founder and Executive Director m Testified before many Minnesota House and Senate committees on education bills and issues. m Created the Minnesota Excellence in Science Math Education Day, including a Varsity Scholar and Teacher Award Ceremony with the governor. m Worked closely with policymakers, educators (formal and informal), non-profit leaders, students, and other stakeholders on education and policy issues and programs, at state and local levels. m Developed holistic student directed educational programs for profoundly gifted students, fostering special interests in science, mathematics, writing, and policy. 1992 -2006 Doyle Legal Consulting, St. Paul MN Legal Consultant and Writer m Provided legal support to small law firms. Provided legal research assistance, analysis, and writing. Conducted client case evaluations. Developed client databases. m Conducted legal research for legal publishers and wrote for legal publications. POB 5623 SNOWMASS VILLAGE CO e 81615 970.456.7751 CDoyleEmail ,gmail com COLLEEN D OYLE 1986 1991 West Publishing Company, St. Paul MN LTlestlaw Research and Development Editor Worked on design, testing, and monitoring of databases and features for Westlaw, a legal research database. Developed Westlaw error documentation and reporting system. Coordinated Westlaw error resolution. V estlazv Student Representative ts Trained and supervised law students on Westlaw. Le ,ga.1 Research Assistant Researched and analyzed case histories for Westlaw's Insta -Cite Feature. Prepared case history tables for West's Regional Reporter Advance Sheets. 1987 Briggs Morgan Law Firm, St. Paul MN Research Clerk Researched, analyzed, and drafted text for Matthew Bender treatise section. 1982 1985 Creighton University Development Office, Omaha NE Phonathon Director, Assistant Director, Supervisor, Fundraiser m Directed annual nine -month phonathon development program. Hired, trained, and supervised twenty -five employees. Developed marketing materials, employee training materials, personnel evaluation system, and incentive program. EDUC Juris Doctor, University of Minnesota School of Law Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Marketing, Creighton University CO MMUNITY SERVICE Snowmass Village Part -time Residents Advisory Board, Chair- elect; Fo»ner Chair, Co- Chair, and Vice- Chair. Snowmass Village Financial Advisory Board, Former Board Member. Semi Professional Scientists, Board Member: Anaphylaxis Food Allergy Association of Minnesota, Former Board Member. Circle Pines Minnesota Planning Commission, ForwerMenlber. POB 5623 SNOW-MASS VILLAGE CO. 81615 970.456.7751 CDoyleEmailP_gmail com F n1i d6 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Cornirnittee Name: Home Phone: 1115' "alcal Home Permanent Residence?.- Address; 0 6 Ale4o City: Zlrl- Yes v N o 0 Mailing Address: r'- No of years Business mailing Address: Office MMrm: Employed wall, —Position., L—*� L) Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes �or l L List the Experience or Education which may qua* you for this position: Why do you whili to be appuil►twd to (his posi(jull? Cover fetter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. Appli*'t 'ture Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Co 81615, no laterthan December 10, 2010 by Noon. M Y 5 Ib Ij Canis Y. Huggins P Box 6189 c� a�owmass Village, 616 15 970 -923 -2972 cell 379-1151 ��uw��4;��r,:;ti' �a iS.�11U fY insCcr�eorvacast neE 'r IN6- i f December 16, 2010 Lesley Compagnone Town of Snowmass Village P. O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Lesley: .1 am applying for the Uti7.en at Large position in the ice Age Discovery Committee because tray varied background can be an asset to the work ahead. l believe that the many years spent writing and producing, and now sharing, Snowmass Village Wald at Heart, have given me a unique Perspective on the Brush Creek valley's history, ecology, geology, flora and fauna. The entire process, bot4 during and since, has increased my familiarity with locals and guests alike. Both this experience and that of developing, leasing and creating marketing events for small 4110 pp'in,9 ccisters has given me in depth experience with v'vorki.ug in. professional relationships. I think this will be a plus for the committee as we seek ideas from, and build further reiationsh.ips with TOSV residents, guests and museurn Of1acial.s to increase awareness of the incredible paleontological finds in our village, as well as increase educational opportunities and tourist visits to this special place. I am able to multi -task and put many different pieces together to create a whole. please review the details in. my attached resume_ Respectfully submitted, Janis Huggins Research Botanist// Author/Photographer "Snowmass Village Wild at Heart; A Guide to Plants, Birds and Mammals Of the Colorado Rocky Mountains 'J lib JAMS Y. HUGGINS P.O. Box 6188 snowmass Village, CO 81615 970-379-1151 GE NERAL SUAM.ARY Summary: Forty years of diversified experience in botany/natural science guiding naturalist tours, sports instruction (including skiing and windsurfing), marketing. management, writing, photography, real estate leasing and commercial development and decorating. Summary of'Qualifications: 0 B, S. in Natural Science Emphasis in Botany 0 11 years of plant research /survey fieldwork Degree in Clinical .Herbal Therapy, Artemis Institute of Natural Therapies/Boulder -o 37 years studying Plants and ecosystems in the Roaring Fork Valley o Guiding and teaching alpine ecology (wintorand summer) Leasixig/management/marketi o f shopping centers Production of grand openings and promotional events Background in writing copy for marketing materials, newsletters Author of Snowmass Village WIld af lfearr.'A Natural Hfsrary.Field Guide 10 S'nowmass Village and the Upper Roaring cork V winner of the 2005 Colorado Book Award for ,No through Colorado Center far the Book and Colorado Humanities, Denver CO. JO "I EXPERTE.NCE $Ww Research Associate III Dept. Fish Wildlife/Conservation Biology June 2006 to lament Botanist/Roaring Fork Stream Health Initigtiv Sponsoring Organization. Aspen Field Biology Laboratoty Major. Partners: Colorado River Water Conservation District., The Nature Conservan The Roaring Fork Conservancy, and Reudi Water and Power Authority. Dr. John C. Emeriok; Ph.))., Director May t4rough Septernber 15, 2005 Colorado Natural I-Wits gQ Pro am Assistant Field Botanist to Peggy Lyon: Projects included Rabbit Valley, Uncompaghre Plateau, La Plata. County and the Pensteman survey Hardscrabble Area, Gypsum, Co May through October, 2003 Town of $n_pwmass Vill Acted as publisher /author /photographer /field botanist for Sno Village Natural'Flistory Field Guide. Consists of 468 Pages covering 123 plants, 112 birds, 49 mammals, 670 photos (499 by Janis), local ecology, geology, trails, and history. Five-y project. In bookstores and mountaineering stores January 2005. 1999-2004 &4riug fork Conse rvaligy, Basalt, Colorado Summer field bo W easainent vegetaLicw surveys. 1999-2000 PAGE 04/06 JAMS Y. EMGGINS PAGE 2 Aspen Skiff ag Qqr ,ppany (,,vjr1t,,r o pl y Concierge: On-mountain and. Main Pavilion. 10/9&4/o(i SnowTna S Club, Snowmass Village, CO Summer botanist for golf course Audubon vegetation su 6/98-9/98 Bureau of Land -Management, Glenwood Springs, CO Summer field botanist for satellite ground-fruthing Project. 6/97-1.0/97 Elk Mountain Guides/Blazing Adventure Snovm Vg., Co Worked as a naturalist guide winter and summer for hiking, snowshoe tours, and cross country skiing. 4/99- 6/97 Asp.m Center for .Enviropmental Studies (ACES) AspDTi, CO Guided winter ecology tours for ACES, USES, CDOW and Aspen Skiing Company (part in Fresh Track Nature Tours) on ski area mountains. Also guided sus ,mcr tours for ACES at Maroon .Bells, at Hallarn Lake in Aspen, and. at the top of Aspen Mountain. Guided tours on a voluntoor basis scycral years prior to that at their nature contor on Hallarn Lake. 1 1/94 4196 Cre Condominium. Association Snowmass Village, CO Set up the office of Unit lynprovement Coordinator. Designed, organized and coordinated the decurating and feniodeling for 1.42 co"dowhilums. Worked directly with. the individual owners of each condominium as well as the suppliers and contractors involved. Oversaw in excess of $600,000 of improvements during that time. 6/90 to 2193 Resort Seminars Owner, Snowmass Village, Colorado Involved in tine development, marketing and production of medical and professional business manavrnent seminars for visitors to the Roaring Fork Valley. Seminars wore bold in Snowroass weekly during the winter, and group and specialized seminars were held as scheduled June August. Activities included-. designing and producing marketing pieces; setup and operation of the seminars; data input, correspondence and communication with clients; coordination of conference facilities, recreational activities and lodging for individual seminars; coordinating all spocirdizcd, seminars for attomcYs, physioians, and dontlots. 9189 to 9193 AWen Skilng _Q�an�, Snow-mass Village, Colorado 11/80-94 1989-96 Full-time Instructor 1980 to 1963, Part-time Instructor 1989-96. Taught Christmas season, from 1984 to 1989. Jim Lindsgy Comnany. PartpeL Austin.. Texas Co-owacr of real estate investment properties in Texas through diversified paFtnership and joint venture entities. Directly involved in, coordination of all phases of development; including design, construction management, landscaping installation, marketing, leasing, tenant build-out, and property management. 5183 to 10/89 JANI[S Y. &1 UGGINS FACE 3 Z`legodatcd and condacted business matters with contractors, architects, and regional arid, local tenants. Responsible for personnel decisions...Projects included large multi -use developments (approximately 100,000 sfi) such as The Corners and Calleria Oaks in Austin, containing retail, office and resmurant uses. Responsible for marketing of company's commercial properties. Set up and coordinated tenant co marketing group and facilitated tenant T.narketing.me,etinga. CrnordinAted anal pmduced all promotional and gm.nd op iing events, and helped, retail tenants with individual marketing. Rocky fountain Kayak Supply Aspen, Colorado Taught windsurfing classes during summer months. Fully certified. 5180 to S /82 Aspen Airways Aspen, Colorado Station agent. Duties included computer reservation activities, ticketing air freight and baggage claims. 11/79 to 5/80 Cua�il �t�.ieitasY iZ� f�ia3lLGILgrit Y !J„ �s dm, Colorado Responsible for all correspondence, reservations and front desk management. 11/75 @o 5/78 EDUCATION Underffraaduate Stud Denver University, beaver, Colorado, 1969 to 1970 Colorado Mountain College, 1977 to 1978 University of Montana, Flathead Lake Biological. Station, Summer. 1978 University of California at Santa Barbara, 1978 -79 B-S- in Mnt' Scionce Emphasis in Botany: Loretta Heights College, Denver, Colorado, 1980 -82 Dean's list all quarters, IUCSB and Colorado Mountain College Studesat of the Year UN VW, Loretta Heights, 19s1 -52 350-b.our. Professional Program in Cl.in.ieal .l Therapy certi�cati.on as faster Herbalist, Artemis Institute of Natural, Therapies, P. 0. Box 1824, Boulder, CO 80306, 1993 -94. SKILLLS/ACTIVITIE WINTERESTS Computer literate on PC, Conservation Biology, Wcetland Restoration and Ethnobotany. COBp,FBdo NfYC SOC.l N'ati.onai Resource Defense Council, Aspen's Center for Environmental Studies, The Roaring Fork Conservancy and The Nature Conservancy. UO/ bb JANIS Y. HUGGINS PAGE 4 Orgau.ized Windslar'.9,4109yin Conneollon Grozp with Bill Lenora 14yehe. Co-ohair of Public, Relations Committee with Sarah, Mackie. Leisure interests include hiking, skiing (alpine, x-oauntry, rondonee), mountain bilging, windsurfing, horseback riding and. sea kayaking. PERSONAL DATA Marded/one step daughter, Lauren, age 31: Janis" }ate of Birth 6/6/51. REFERENCES Renee Fleischer Blazing Adventures, Group Sales Manager Snowmass Village, Colorado 923-4544 Peggy Lyon Weslem Slope Botanist Colorado Natural Hcritagc P rogram Ridgeway, Colorado 970-626-3195 Dave Clark, Ph.D, Former Professor of Botany at cMC Carbondale, Colorado 97© 963 -3479 Tom and Jody Cardamon Aspen Center for Environmental Studies Aspen, Colorado 81611 970-925-5756 David Hiser, Photographer Digital Arts Aspen 923-6898 TOWN OF SN®WMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: -?Z t t 7 J�>72-t-- l Home Phone: 0, f T 0 G T Physical Home C...; cd (3 c�'cQ e Permanent Residence Address: j� City: Q rd D S C ST. ZIP: Yes �1, No 0 Mailing Address: No of years Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: Employed With: Position: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: C" C. Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties end responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the respon ilities and duties. 1Z C Applican s ignature Date Return to: Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 2010 by Noon. r Bill Boineau, Fred Kucker, John Wilkinson, Jason Haber, Markey Butler Refer; Ice Age Task Force- application The discovery of the ice age bones is a true gift to the town of Snowmass Village. Our Town has taken a good first step by working with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science to properly develop the significance of this discovery and to record and publish the scientific significance of this discovery. The town council call for volunteers to help develop a long term way forward and act as a conduit for community input is a very good next step. I would like to be considered for the Ice age task force and hereby submit my application for your consideration. I have met most of you while in the process of our HOA Snowmass Mountain Condos, applying for a PUD to replace our wall /road and upgrade our property. The amended PUD has been approved with your help and direction. Thank You. Let me formally introduce myself: I am a full time TOSV resident serving on the board of directors of Snowmass Mountain Condo Association for the last 7 years. Currently I am serving as Vice President. My education consists of a BS in Chemical Engineering and a Masters degree in Engineering with a minor in business. I was employed by American Cyanamid for 38 years and retired in 1991. Since then I have served as President of the board of trustees of a Continuing Care Retirement Community of 375 residents for 8 years until I moved to Colorado. I have also served on the United States Golf Association Green Section Committee for 10 years. While In that role, and as Board member of Mendham Golf Club I helped and directed my country club to advance environmentally to achieve certification as a bird sanctuary by the Audubon Society. My experience with American Cyanamid was engineering and management consisting of the development and manufacture of auto exhaust catalyst that significantly decreased hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide polluting from auto exhaust. Later, I was in charge of international industrial chemical marketing and ended my career as a CEO and Chairman of a Japanese company. My involvement with "not for profit" community work such as, the Snowmass Mountain HOA, a retirement community CCRC, USGA, and Mendham Golf Club, has given me experience in working with diverse groups in bringing together ideas and laying out recommendations. Believe this experience may be helpful to The Ice Age Task Force. My engineering and scientific education will also help me understand the scientific issues of this discovery. My marketing experience may be helpful in presenting displays to our Snowmass Village visitors. Thank for your consideration. Call me if I can answer any questions and /or be of further help Carl Vill Tel 970 922 1171, PO Box 5631, Snowmass Village 0 U �—o Attachment B Construction /Development Position oJim D'Agostino olulie Ann Woods oJames Gustafson TOWN SN WNIASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discovery Committee Name: dS �rV Home Phone: C q7o -3&,& Physical Home /5 f�, (jWf11 A55 ch)3 Cf Permanent Residence Address: Ul� l� f� City Yes No 11 Mailing Address: PO f2ox &7 Z7 No of years �5 raun ass Ucl Co Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: kerb Sc l CO 9/ C 15 t70 72Z 2,'60 Employed With: Position: VP Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes X or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: (eOCt Mn_'*UCha I 10&� //I dZI(O I V56�h5 1411�_ suck /�O r��1 Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? '°�0 wor_P/D2 /fit(, 11,5 a �Srvowr llqs s P// err r 6�2 /m Ve Coo er letter or resume is optional. CIV fc5 U 1 acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, 1 am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. A plicant's Sig ature Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16 2010 by Noon. Resume of James D'Agostino PERSONAL Address: P.O. Box 6727 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Telephone: (415) 726 -8574 (C) E -Mail Address: iimdaq@hotmaii.com EDUCATION Ohio University, Athens, OH B. S. Journalism Graduated 6/2006 (Attended 1968 1972, Spring 2006) Verified by Helbling Associates, Inc. AFFILIATIONS Served as Board of Directors Member National Junior Achievement, Colorado Springs, CO American Institute of Architects (AIA), New York City Greater New York Boy Scouts, New York City Salvadori Organization for the Built Environment (Chair), New York City Princeton Chamber of Commerce, Princeton, NJ Served as Member Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) National American Institute of Architects (AIA) Society of College University Planners (SCUP) Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) National Association of Office Industrial Parks (NAOIP) International Facility Managers Association (IFMA) Young Presidents' Organization, New York Chapter (YPO) Rotary Club of Snowmass Village, CO AWARDS "Humanitarian's Award," Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Brooklyn and Queens (1996) "Good Scout Award," Boy Scouts of America, Greater New York Council, Construction Industry (1996) "Chairman's Award," New York Landmarks Conservancy (1995) "Golden Lion Award," Order Sons of Italy in America, New York Grand Lodge Foundation, Inc. (1994) EXPERIENCE RELATED- WESTPAC, Snowmass Village, CO (6 /2007 present). Title Senior Vice President of Construction Since moving to Snowmass village in June of 2007 Jim heads up all construction for the Related- Westpac development company. In this effort he has had extensive coordination with the town of Snowmass Village planning +zoning department, building code officials, road's department, fire officials and the water and sanitation group. The following is a list of completed projects over the past four year's under Jim's leadership. The Viceroy Hotel Hayden Lodge Condominiums Capital Peak Condominiums Capital Peak Conference Center Base Camp restaurant and lounge(.core and shell) Buchi sushi restaurant(c +s) Sweet Life restaurant(c +s) Base Village retail stores(c +s) Base Village underground parking structure Sinclair Meadows Employee Housing units Club Common II Employee Housing Units Snowmass Inn renovation Snowmass Center commercial improvements Various Bridges and Roads as part of the Base Village project Thornton Road Water Tank (1 million gallons) Temporary Base Village Arrival Center PINNACLEONE, San Francisco, CA (2/2006 6/2007) PinnacleOne is a national program project management and claims consulting firm headquartered in Phoenix, AZ. With revenues of $35M and a staff of 250 employees, PinnacleOne works primarily with public clients in the educational, municipal, and infrastructure market sectors. Title Executive Vice President Jim operates out of San Francisco and is responsible for all program and project management business nationwide with offices in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Irvine, San Francisco, and Hartford. This accounts for 80% of PinnacleOne's business. Jim also leads the effort to develop consistent and cohesive project controls throughout all offices and is deeply involved in strategic planning of the company's growth into other market sectors and geographic areas. He also interfaces with the claims practice on various projects. Jim is involved with the parent company, ARCADIS, as it pertains to worldwide project consulting with multi national clients. SABBATICAL (2001 2005) From 2001 to 2005, Jim took a sabbatical to spend time with his family, in particular his children during their high school years, as well as to pursue personal interests. Additionally, he was involved with construction industry events. Personal Interests Part -time Ski Instructor, Sierra -at -Tahoe (part of Booth Creek Resorts), South Lake Tahoe, CA (Seasonally 2001 2003) Part -time Adventure Guide, Birch Circle Adventure, based in San Anselmo, CA with trips throughout California. Trips included whitewater rafting, hiking, and urban bike tours. Jim was also the leader of small group custom tours in Mexico, New Orleans, Nevada, California's coast, and Napa Sonoma wine tours. Took courses and received certification as a Personal Fitness Trainer in 2002 (certification currently expired). Assistant Wrestling Coach, Tamalpais High School, Mill Valley, CA (2001 2006) Traveled to China, Japan, and Italy. National travel for outdoor activities in Washington, Oregon, Montana, New Mexico, and Arizona. Construction Industry Activities Served as Conference Chair for ENR's Annual Construction Owner's Summit at the Reagan International Trade Center in Washington, DC. Responsibilities included acting as a facilitator in setting up the conference with McGraw Hill as well as moderating several sessions during the 2 -day event. (10/21/2002 10/22/2002) Served as Strategic Planning Facilitator for McGraw Hill Construction publications. Jim conducted strategic planning for this group as they were embarking on a new course. Detailed phone interviews preceded the planning sessions done over a four day period in an outdoor environment at Mount Desert Island, ME. (6/23/2002 6/26/2002) Expert witness consulting for a law firm engaged by a client for a wrongful death case involving an incident on a project in San Francisco. (2003) BOVIS LEND LEASE, San Francisco, CA (1997-2000) Title President, Western Region Jim led one of the four regions that comprise Bovis Lend Lease in the Americas. Jim's management style was based on customer satisfaction and he provided challenges and opportunities for growth to all members of the Bovis Lend Lease team. Jim traveled extensively throughout the western region to maintain the one -on -one client contact that has been one of the hallmarks of Jim's success. He expanded the existing services and client base in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Jim's executive skills are from hands -on experience with a wide -range of market sectors including high rise office buildings, mixed -use complexes, corporate campuses, interiors, education, hotels, hospitals, pharmaceutical, technology facilities, retail, restoration, and many types of public buildings. Jim's realization of diverse market penetration secured Bovis Lend Lease's strong position in the industry through cyclical real estate trends. Primary client development and interface San Francisco region San Francisco International Airport Expansion, Boarding Area G, San Francisco, CA Sony Metreon, San Francisco, CA Underwater World, Aquarium by the Bay, Pier 39 Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, CA Oakland Unified School District, Oakland, CA Metropolitan Oakland International Airport Terminal Expansion, Oakland, CA Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (multiple projects) Four Seasons Hotel Residences, San Francisco, CA Santana Row, San Jose, CA Mixed -use project including residential, retail, dining, and offices. San Francisco Court of Appeals Restoration, San Francisco, CA Sacramento Courthouse Building, Sacramento, CA Applied Materials, Santa Clara, CA (multiple projects) DHL Office Building, San Francisco, CA Los Angeles region Los Angeles City Hall, Los Angeles, CA Project consisted of restoration and seismic retrofit. UCLA Campus, Los Angeles, CA Multiple projects including Anderson School of Business. Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles City, Los Angles, CA Multiple seismic retrofit projects. Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, CA There were 30+ school projects. Thousand Oaks Performing Arts Center, Thousand Oaks, CA The Architect was Antoine Predock. Los Angeles County Fire Safety Building, Los Angeles, CA KPMG Corporation Office, Los Angeles, CA Project consisted of interior fit -out. California State, Northridge Campus, Northridge, CA There were four campus projects. Mt. San Antonio College, Ontario, Canada There were 12 projects for the campus. Seattle region University of Washington, Main Campus Improvements, Seattle, WA LEHRER MCGOVERN BOVIS, New York, NY (3/1992 1997) Titles President Chief Operating Office, Lehrer McGovern Bovis and Chief Operating Officer, Bovis America With a focus on market diversity, preconstruction specialization, and leadership in technology, the firm prospered throughout the 1990's. One of the hallmarks of his tenure was Jim's emphasis on strategic planning, exceptional client service, and the training and development of Lehrer McGovern Bovis' 1,000- person strong workforce. Jim had profit and loss responsibility for Lehrer McGovern Bovis nationally with offices in New York City, Ithaca, Boston, Princeton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. As Chief Operating Officer for Bovis America (which included Lehrer McGovern; McDevitt Street Bovis, Charlotte, NC; and Schal Bovis, Chicago, IL) responsibilities included strategic planning, policy and procedure review, and development and interface with Bovis operations and relationships in Europe and Asia. Major work performed under Jim's direction included the following: NYNEX, Trump Organization, Forest City Ratner, Brodsky Organization, New York Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Roosevelt St. Luke's Hospitals, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, New York Times, and Grand Central Station, 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. LEHRER MCGOVERN BOVIS, Princeton, NJ (1987-1991) Title Executive Vice President, Princeton, NJ Jim established and developed this office for Lehrer McGovern in Princeton, NJ. During this 5 -year time period the portfolio of work included office, retail, hotel, educational, healthcare, pharmaceutical, and technical facilities. Services performed were construction management GMP, construction management as agent, program management, project management, and consulting. By 1991, the office was serving over 30 clients with a staff of 125 professional and support employees. Through Jim's achievements in the Princeton, NJ office, he was appointed to President Chief Operating Officer for Lehrer McGovern Bovis. Major clients and projects that Jim was directly involved with and responsible for their success include American Cyanamid Agricultural Research Campus, West Windsor, NJ Project consisted of multiple technical and commercial facilities. The client was Jim Gramlich, President. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ Project consisted of multiple assignments including housing, library, and classrooms (specifically the Center for Jewish Studies, Robert A. M. Stern). The client was Jon Hlafter, Director of Design Construction. Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, NJ Project consisted of multiple assignments including dormitories, classrooms, athletic fields, site improvement, and hockey rink. The client was Harold O'Callaghan. New Jersey State House, Trenton, NJ Project consisted of a historic restoration and renovation. The client was by committee. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; Newark, NJ; and Camden, NJ Bovis was the Program Manager for the major campus expansion involving over 70 assignments including a new football stadium. The clients were Joe Whiteside, Chancellor; Dick Engle, Construction; and Allen Stewart, Design. Merck Corporation, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Germany Projects included multiple technical and commercial facilities. The clients were Byron Roe, Director of Design Construction and Rick Weed, Director of Design Construction. Additional clients and projects include College University Haverford College, Haverford, PA Lafayette College, Lafayette, PA Drew University, Madison, NJ Rowan College, Glassboro, NJ Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA William Paterson College, Wayne, NJ Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ Pennsylvania State Research Park, College Township, PA University of Virginia, Darden Business School, Charlottesville, VA Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, NJ K -12 School Programs Rumson Private School, Rumson, NJ West Windsor Township, West Windsor, NJ Bedminster Township, Somerset County, NJ Pequannock Township, Pompton Plains, NJ High Point High School, High Point, NJ Other Menlo Park Mall, Edison, NJ Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Morristown, NJ Princeton Medical Center, Princeton, NJ Camden Aquarium, Camden, NJ Continental Airlines, In- flight Kitchen, Newark, NJ Recruit USA, Datacenter, Jersey City, NJ LEHRER MCGOVERN BOVIS, Baltimore, MD (1983-1987) Titles Vice President (progressed from Project Executive Project Manager) Pro'ects: Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton, NJ (1986 1987) This mixed -use project consisted of a Marriott Hotel Conference Center, six office buildings, 70+ retail stores, two parking structures, and 80 acres of site development. Jim acted as Project Executive and Vice President. The Owner Interface was Norbert Young. The Architects were Marriott Design Group, Bower Lewis Thrower, and Sasaki Associates. Redwood Tower, Baltimore, MD (1984 1985) The Owner Interface was Norbert Young. The Architect was RTKL. Merritt Tower, Baltimore, MD (1983 1984) The Owner Interface was Jeff Shapiro and Pat Aluisi. The Architect was Hillier Group. LEHRER MCGOVERN BOVIS, Philadelphia, PA (1979-1983) Title Superintendent Jim ascended through the ranks and early in his career he learned that the achievement of any major goal was more effective in a team environment. During his time in the field, Jim observed leaders who molded hundreds of workers into a cohesive group that could generate energy greater than the sum of its parts. Proiects Linpro Office Building, Philadelphia, PA (1983) The Owner Interface was Eric Eichler. The Architect was Cope Linder Associates. One Reading Center, Aramark Towers, Philadelphia, PA (1981 1982) The Owner Interface was Norbert Young. The Architect was Bower Lewis Thrower. Bloomingdale's, Willow Grove Mall, Willow Grove, PA (1980 1981) The Owner Interface of this project was Ed Castro, The Architect was HOK. The Hillier Office Building, Princeton, NJ (1979 1980) The Owner Interface and architect was Bob Hillier. TURNER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, New York, NY (1974-1978) Title Labor Foreman Superintendent Proiects AT &T Long Lines, Pluckemin, NJ Jim acted as a Labor Foreman on this project. His supervisor was Bob Fee. Sears, Rockaway Mall, Rockaway, NJ Jim acted as a Labor Foreman on this project. His supervisor was Bob Fee. American Stock Exchange Renovation, New York, NY Jim acted as a Superintendent on this project. His supervisor was Gary Negrycz. FRANK BRISCOE COMPANY, Roseland, NJ (1972-1973) Title Labor Foreman Concrete Worker Proiect AT &T Corporate Headquarters, Basking Ridge, NJ The supervisor on this project was Tony LaPorte. JULIE ANN WOODS AICP/ASLA PO Box 5318 SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO 81615.5318 970.948.0802 ELKMTNPLAN@AOL. CONS Snowmass Village Town Council IADC Search, P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 via e -mail to Rhonda Coxon at rcoxon @tosv.com December 10, 2010 RE: Ice Age Discovery Committee Application Dear Mayor Boineau and Town Council: Please let this letter serve as an indication of my interest in serving on the newly created Ice Age Discovery Committee (IADC). It is my understanding that the IADC will be charged with developing an educational /communication plan for the discovery; will create a preliminary budget for capital and operational needs; will develop a fundraising plan; and will serve as a sounding board for community input, ideas, and suggestions. I am confident that my experience establishing a historical museum, serving as a historic preservation officer, and being a Village resident for 14 years makes me well- suited to serve on the committee. Attached is my resume that summarizes my applicable experience. As the former Director of Community Development for the City of Aspen, I was responsible for capital and operational budgets, as well as managing a staff of 15, including the Historic Preservation Officer. A large focus of my work in Aspen, and as Historic Preservation Officer and then Community Development Director in Central City, was historic preservation. I worked closely with the State Historical Society and the State Historic Fund (Central City was one of three communities that contributed funds for historic preservation grants through its gaming revenues), and worked for the Colorado Historical Society in the designation of the Denver Parks and Parkways nomination to the National Register. My other National Register experience was the designation of my residence in Idaho Springs. Clearly, the find at Ziegler Reservoir is worthy of not only the National Registry, but the UNESCO World Heritage registry as well, as a place of special cultural or physical significance. I am confident that I can assist the Community in investigating these opportunities, My museum experience dates back to when I was living in Idaho Springs, and served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Historical Society of Idaho Springs. During my tenure on the Board, we developed the new Heritage Museum. Built in 1991, the Heritage Museum exhibits a number of artifacts from the 1860's to the 1940's that tell the story of the discovery of gold in 1859 and the resulting rush that transformed the Clear Creek valley. My interest in Historic Preservation dates back to the mid 80's while working on my Master's Thesis in Landscape Architecture. As part of that work, I researched the writings and design work of landscape architects Olmsted, Downing, Jensen and DeBoer and applied their teachings to create a native landscape approach to the Genesee area west of Golden, CO. I have been a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation since that time. I believe my historic experience combined with my understanding of the native landscape will contribute well to the IADC's work. I am specifically applying for the Construction /Development Position on the Committee. Please let me know if there is any further information I can provide you. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely, Gr Julie Ann Woods, AICP /ASLA Attachments: Resume Resume for ,JULIE AKIN WOODS, A! ,,1 AS Planning-Real Estate- Historic Preservation- Landscape Architecture Community Decision- Making EXPERIENCE THE ELK MOUNTAINS PLANNING GROUP, INC., ASPEN AND CRESTED BUTTE, CO 2004 to Present President Specializing in resort and mountain communities, this small private practice provides planning, historic preservation, landscape architecture and public process services to governments, developers, businesses, homeowners, and not for- profit organizations. Recent projects have included ski base area master plans, community plans, regulators, affordable housing projects, entitlements and residential landscape design. Mountain and Resort community clients include Aspen, Crested Butte, Mt. Crested Butte, Fraser, Steamboat Springs, Ridgway, Telluride, Gunnison and San Miguel Counties. THE CITY OF ASPEN, ASPEN, CO 1998 to 2004 Director of Community Development Managed and directed all land use, growth management, planning, and development in this international resort community of 6000 year -round residents (30,000 high season population), with a staff of 15. The Community Development Department included Building, Zoning, Planning, Historic Preservation, and Environmental Health Divisions. The department budget was $1.4 million, and averaged almost $200 million in valuation of new construction projects annually. New legislation and projects approved during tenure include the adoption of a new community plan, a new lodge preservation program, revamping of the historic preservation program, leadership in green building practices, completion of a Downtown Enhancement and Pedestrian Plan, an emergency management plan, fractional /timeshare regulations, an infill development strategy, a civic center master plan, an economic sustainability strategy, and a retail study. Public projects included over 500 new affordable housing units, a new school and recreation campus complete with a ski lift, pool, ice arena and multiple playing fields, and a new public golf and tennis club. CITY OF CENTRAL CITY, CENTRAL CITY, CO 1994 to 1996 Director of Community Development Hired initially as the Historic Preservation Officer, then became the city's first -ever Community Development Director for this historic gaming resort community of 325 residents after just six months. Responsible for planning, zoning, historic preservation, building and development, and managing four full -time staff members. Primary projects included casinos, hotels, multi family residential and parking facilities in this National Historic Landmark District. Worked closely with the State Historic Preservation Office and secured grants through the State Historic Fund for the award winning reconstruction of the historic Cornish stone walls throughout the City. JEFFERSON COUNTY PLANNING DEPARTMENT, GOLDEN, CO 1990 to 1994 Planner// Primarily responsible for current planning activities (rezonings, including planned developments, special uses, subdivision plats, site approvals) in one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. The county covers approximately 780 square miles of both mountains and plains environments and had a population of 473,000 at that time. Also served as project manager on the Central Mountains Community Plan, which was completed in 1994. Other special projects included Design Guidelines for Commercial, Industrial, and Multi- family residential developments, and Scenic Corridor planning. RUTLAND REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION, RUTLAND, VT 1988 to 1990 Senior Planner Responsible for small town and regional planning programs in this primarily rural county in the heart of Vermont's ski country. Specific duties included the development of subdivision regulations for the Town of Mendon, home of Killington -Pico Ski Areas; zoning regulations for Poultney, VT, and a comprehensive town plan for Wallingford, VT. P.O. Box 5318 Snowmass Village, CO 81616 970 948 -0802 elkmtnplan @aol.com Continued Resume for OTHER EXPERIENCE JULIE ANN WOODS, AICP, ASLA FOXFIRE COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT, Denver, CO 1986 -1988 Senior Planner /Landscape Architect DHM, Inc. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, Denver, CO 1987 -1988 Landscape Architect GENESEE FOUNDATION, Golden, CO 1986 -1988 Covenants Coordinator /Landscape Architect SERACUSE, LAWLER PARTNERS, ARCHITECTS, Denver, CO 1985 -1986 Planner /Landscape Architect COLORADO HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Denver, CO 1985 -1986 Planner VILLAGE OF WHEELING, Wheeling, IL 1980 -1984 Neighborhood Planner, Commercial Redevelopment Planner Assistant Planner ECONOMIC RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, Chicago, IL 1980 Planning Research Associate EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE BROKER (License No. 100032292) Jones Real Estate College September 1996 MASTER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE University of Colorado at Denver December 1987 STUDY ABROAD JAPAN Summer 1986 MAIN STREET MANAGER TRAINING PROGRAM National Trust for Historic Preservation Spring 1981 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN URBAN PLANNING Michigan State University December 1979 MEMBERSHIPS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE American Institute of Certified Planners Certificate No. 8594 since 1990 American Planning Association National Colorado Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects National Trust for Historic Preservation Snowmass Village Rotary Club Member 2010 Crested Butte Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors 2007 to present Crested Butte Academy, Board of Trustees, 2004 to 2007 Snowmass Villas Homeowner's Association Board Member and President 2002 to 2004 Healthy Mountain Communities Board Member 2002 to 2004 Idaho Springs Historical Society Board of Directors, 1994 -1996 Idaho Springs Planning Commission Chair, 1990 -1993 ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2004 to 2008: American Planning Association Resort Tourism Division Chair 2004 American Planning Association Featured Speaker, "Sustainable Resort Communities Washington DC 2003 Sustainable Mountain Communities Featured Speaker, "Long Term Growth Management: Lessons and Challenges from Aspen Banff, AB 2002 Colorado Historical Society Award for new Historic Preservation Ordinance 2001 Chair of the Colorado APA State conference netting over $40,000 for the organization 2001 Colorado APA Award for new Historic Preservation Contractor Licensing Program 1987 Assisted in the development of the handbook, Native Plants of Genesee 1986 Placed Denver's Park and Parkway System on the National Register of Historic Places, the largest urban landscape nomination on the Register INTERESTS FAMILY Enjoy skiing, biking, hiking, computers, and travel. Married to Jeff Woods, RLA, for 33 years. Parent of Elizabeth Woods, 2006 -07 US Ski Team member and Tim Woods, CU Student. 7"O"'WIN SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Ice Age Discoverl Committee Jannes A. Gustafson Home Ph; F�J 923-3639 Physical Home Perfrianent Residence?: Address'. 81 North Ridge Lane City: Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ST, ZJP; Yes X No Mailing Address: If No, place of Permanent Residence: P. O. Box 6067 Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: I 234 E. Hopkins, Aspen, CO 81611 925-3383 Employed With: Position: Caudill Gustafson Assoc. Architects, P.C. President Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village- Ye5, X or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: ­71 Homeowner Resident of Snowmass Village since 1976. and Roaring Fork valley since 1970. Membership and participation in several Snowmass Village organizations, such as: Homeov.TWs Assoc. Board of Directors, Snowmass Village Rotary Club, Design Review Committee, etc. (See Resume). Professional training in planning architecture as well as Planning Commission Bd. of Appeals Degree in Architecture, Licensed Architect in Colorado since 1975 0 Experience with Design/ Const, in Snowmass with Museums, Visitor's Centers, etc, and Fundraising Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? Like many people in Snowmass, I am very excited. about the discoveries at Ziegler Reservoir and I am interested in participating in the Ice Age Discovery Committee to assist in exploring the opportunities this presents for Snowmass Village and to help develop a Fundraising Plan. l have experience in each of the IADC Positions, a Having designed over 200 Educational Facilities in Colorado, Having been heavily involved in many fundraising projects such as the Aspen District Theater the Pilkin County Library, a Having served on many Snowmass Boards as well as the Aspen Foundation, CMC Foundation, etc. and Having completed more than 100 Design/Const. Projects in Snowmass as well as over 400 Public Projects in Colorado including Museums (such as the Aspen F Art Museum), Visitors Centers (such as Shimukapou in Japan), Community Centers, (such as Movie Veshki in Russia), etc. Cover letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and d u t�ie 12115110 Apl5iic'ant's Signaturej Date Return to: Lesley Compagnone, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, no later than December 16", 201 by Noon. a r c h i t e c t s December 15, 2010 Town of Snowmass Village Lesley Compagnone Re: Ice Age Discovery Committee Dear Lesley Like many people in Snowmass I am very excited about the discoveries at Ziegler Reservoir and I am interested in participating in the Ice Age Discovery Committee to assist in exploring the opportunities this presents and to help develop a Fundraising Plan. Along with this letter, I am sending the Application Form and a current Resume /CV. I'm not sure if you are requesting that applicants apply for one of the specific IADC positions, but in my case I have a fair amount of experience in each of the categories as follows. 9.) Education i have designed over 200 Educational Facility Projects mostly in Colorado. These are for all levels from Pre School thru Higher Education and include work for 15 Public School Districts and 10 University and college Campuses. Among my 40 Higher Education Facilities are the EPO Biology Research Labs (37 Biologist Research Suites as well as teaching Labs Lecture Halls) and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences Building both at the University of Colorado Campus in Boulder: and many Laboratory and and Exhibit Spaces in dozens of Educational Buildings. I have served on the Aspen Schools Accountability Committee, the CMC Foundation Board, the Council of Educational Facilities Planners, International and the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education. The Education Facilities that I have designed have received more than 20 Architectural Awards. I have worked regularly with educators and design specialists for the programming, planning and design of these many facilities. 2.) Fundraising I have been heavily involved in project Fundraising Campaigns such as the Public /Private collaboration for the Aspen District Theater, the new Pitkin Co. Library Building, the Del Norte Community Center, etc. I have worked on many Public /Private partnership projects including several in Japan. I have been involved in over 20 Bond Election Campaigns and other fundraising programs for Pubic facilities. I have been involved in a variety of local fundraising efforts through our Snowmass Rotary Club. I have served on Fundraising Boards such as the Aspen Valley medical Foundation, the Colorado Mountain College Foundation, and the Independence Pass Foundation. 3.) Citizen at large I have been a full -time resident of Snowmass Village since 1976 and have served on numerous Boards and Committee for most of that time, including the Snowmass Design Committee, the Planning Commission, the Board Examiners Appeals, the Homeowners Assn. Board of Directors, the Rotary Club, etc. 4.) Construction/ Development Position I have a degree in Architecture and have been a licensed Architect since 1975. i have been practicing in the Roaring Fork Valley since. 1970 and have completed over a 100 projects in Snowmass Village. As well as more than 400 Public Projects (mostly in Colorado). Projects include Museums such as the Aspen Art Museum, the Telluride Pioneers Historical Museum, the Naganuma Village of Social Welfare Museum Visitors Center Visitors, other Visitor' s Centers such as the Shimukappu Visitor's Center in Japan, Community Centers such as Gilpin County, High Valley Community Center, and the Novie Veshki Community Center in Moscow, Russia. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Jim Gustafson MM MM Z Group Architects, LLC o 234 East Hopkins Avenue, Aspen, CO 8161 1 Telephone 970 -925 -1832 Fax 970 -925 -1371 e james a. gustafson,, ncarb James A. Gustafson NCARB, President of Caudill Gustafson Associates, joined the firm in 1970 and has been the Managing Principal since 1980. He has broad experience in the management of large -scale design and construction projects of a Public /Institutional and Resort/Hospitality nature in the Rocky Mountain region as well as Internationally. Mr. Gustafson has served as Project Architect, Project Manager or Principal -in- Charge for over two hundred of the firm's most significant projects over the past thirty -five years. These facilities have received more than fifty Architectural Design Awards. Since 2002, he has also served as a President of Z -Group Architects. Mr. Gustafson has been actively involved in a wide range of recent building programs including major Educational, Conference Hotel facilities in the United States as well as in Asia, Russia, elsewhere. In addition to basic Architectural/ Engineering services, these projects have included substantial Programming and Planning activity for many multi faceted building complexes, which have incorporated phased and fast tracked construction. He has also remained very active in Community and Professional affairs. PERSONAL: Born: P Oak Park, Illinois November 12, 1943 Married. v Mary Brent Childers May 30, 1970 Children: v Britta Anne Gustafson April 13, 1978 v Kalli Anelia Gustafson July 20, 1981 v Sonya Marie Gustafson November 15, 1983 EDUCATION: University of Illinois: v Undergraduate Division: Chicago, Navy Pier 1961 -1964 v Champaign /Urbana: 1964 -1966 v Bachelor of Architecture: 1966 v Continuing Education Programs: 1975 Present REGISTRATION: Colorado License: B -7062 1975 (by Examination) V NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards) Certificate No. 29,754 PROFESSIONAL v Society of American Registered Architects CIVIC ACTIVITIES: v American institute of Architects, Colorado Society of Architects v Council of Educational Facility Planners, International Member. v Aspen School District RE -1, Accountability Committee Past Member v Snowmass Village Planning Commission Member Past Chairman. v Snowmass Architectural Design Control Committee Architect. P Colorado Mountain College Past Community Advisory Committee Member. v Value Analysis /Value Engineering Workshop /Seminar- Graduate. v International Day Lighting Conference Phoenix. v International Resort Conference Tokyo. v American Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award Recipient v American Planning Association Past Member. v National Trust for Historic Preservation Member. v Construction Specifications institute Member. v National Fire Protection Association Member. V Snowmass Homeowner's Assn. Bd. of Directors Past Vice President. v Colorado Mountain College Foundation Bd. of Directors, Past Member. v Who's Who in American Education and Who's Who in The West. v Aspen Community Service Award Recipient for Six years v Aspen /Japan Sister City Committee Past Member. v Aspen Japan Institute, Ltd. Board of Directors. v Japan America Society, Denver Chapter Bd. of Directors, Past Member P Sister City Housing, Inc. Board of Directors, Past Member. v Bi- National Mountain Resort Conference: Kiroro, Japan Speaker I> Keynote Speaker- International Symposium on Highlands Resorts Aso Region, Kumamoto Prefecture Kyushu, Japan P AIA Committee on Architecture for Education Member. P Snowmass Board of Examiners Appeals Member Past Chairman Aspen Valley Medical Foundation Past Member. American Arbitration Association Panel Member. Rotary International Snowmass Village International Committee Chairman PROFESSIONAL Z GROUP ARCHITECTS, P.C. President: 2002 -Present EXPERIENCE: CAUDILL GUSTAFSON ASSOC. ARCHITECTS, P.C. 1980-Present President: 1984-Present Comprehensive General Architectural Practice located in Aspen with a Staff of up to 23, including 15 Registered Architects. Major Projects include: P Over 75 major Educational Projects 30 Higher Education Facility Projects 25 Secondary School Projects 25 Elementary School Projects P Over 100 Public Commercial Projects 30 Resort /Hospitality Projects 30 Government Projects 30 Housing Complex Projects 25 Health Care Service Projects P Over 50 Residential Projects P Over 20 International Projects in Japan, and elsewhere in Asia Russia Managing Partner: 1980 -1983 Awards: 1980-Present P Over 50 Architectural Awards participation as Principle -in- Charge, Project Architect, and Design Team Member. CAUDILL ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS: 1971 -1979 P Chief Architect /Office Manager. 1978 -1979 Project Architect: 1975 -1978 Job Captain: 1972 1974 Designer /Drafter: 1971 1972 ASPEN INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES: 1970 P Architectural Model Maker, Assistant Designer Aspen Wildcat Project MILITARY U.S ARMY CORPS of ENGINEERS: 1966-1969 SERVICE: P 1 St Lieutenant with Honorable Discharge in 1969 Basic Advanced Engineer Training, Ft.Leonard Wood, MO: 1966 P Officers Candidate School (OCs) Ft. Belvoir, VA: 1967 Combat Engineers Graduate as 2nd Lieutenant P Asst, Master Planner Post Engineer's Office, Fort Carson, CO: 1967 P Platoon Leader -7 Combat Engr. Battalion, 5th Infantry Division: 1968 ,Officer's Vehicle Maintenance School ,Officer's Chemical Biological Radiological (CBR) War School P Mekong Delta Assistant Area Engineer: 1968-1969 P IV Corps -Base Development Officer: 1968-1969 City of Can Tho, Republic of South Vietnam P Project Supervisor -213 th Engineer Detachment (USAECAV): 1968 -1969 Officer -in- Charge for Construction of a 200 -Man Special Forces Compound at Village of Cao Lanh on the Cambodian Border Installation of Support Facilities for 2 4 -Man MACV Advisory Teams located throughout Mekong Delta IV Corps Sector P Bronze Star Medal Service in Republic of South Vietnam: 1968 1969 Attachment C TO: Town Council FROM: Russell Forrest, Town Manager DATE: December 6, 2010 SUBJECT: Ice Age Discovery 1. PURPOSE: The purpose of this discussion is to obtain the Town Council's direction and approval on the enclosed recommendations for next step objectives, task force structure, and a process for realizing the full potential of the ice age discovery (consider this a temporary label for the discovery) for the benefit of the Snowmass Village resort community. 2. BACKGROUND On November 15 Dr. Kirk Johnson from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and Kit Hamby Doug Throm from the Water and Sanitation District provided a summary of the exciting and evolving archeological finds at the Ziegler Reservoir. At this meeting the Town Council directed staff to develop a structure for taking the next steps in communicating the story of the Ice Age discovery. Also at this meeting several roles were clarified: Snowmass Water and Sanitation District "District"): The District owns the land below the reservoir site which is surrounded by private land owned by the Ziegler Family. This land is located just outside of the Town of Snowmass Village in Pitkin County. The Reservoir site is where the artifacts were discovered. Denver Museum of Nature Science "Denver Museum The Denver Museum is an official repository for the State of Colorado for artifacts discovered on public property. The reservoir is public property because it is owned by the District. Therefore, the State of Colorado owns the bones discovered at the reservoir. The Denver Museum deployed its scientists to excavate the discovery. The Denver Museum will provide the scientific interpretation of the natural history of the site. Town of Snowmass Village "Town The role of the Town is not legally defined, but has the opportunity and responsibility to the community to communicate the story provided by the scientists of The Denver Museum. The District has indicated its desire to have the Town take the lead to determine the next steps for communicating the story and marketing this opportunity. Staff would suggest that it is important to continue close communication and coordination with both the District and the Denver Museum as plans evolve for both construction and archeological excavation of the site next summer. 3. RECOMENDATIONS Input was provided by many interested parties in the community on next steps. The Council also acknowledged the ideas provided by Ms. Colleen Doyle from the Part-Time Residents Advisory Board. Staff attempted to synthesize the many ideas provided to the Town to achieve a coherent, focused process. Creating a task force with a specific set of objectives is proposed. It is suggested that when those objectives are achieved, the structure may evolve based on the recomendations from the Task Force and the direction of the Council. A. Objectives of the Task Force 1) Develop a proposed educational /communication plan (i.e. business plan) for the discovery. The Task Force should think holistically about the discovery in conjunction with other educational /scientific opportunities. This would include a preliminary budget for any capital and operational needs for the project. This plan should also provide recommendations on sites and facilities for the discovery. 2) The Task Force would also provide a recommendation on whether a new or different organizational structure is needed to implement the business plan. In addition, the Task Force should provide a recommendation on the branding going forward. The reference in this memorandum to Ice Age Discovery is only a transitional name. The Task Force may want to recommend a different reference. 3) Develop a fundraising and /or capital campaign strategy to implement the educational /communications plan for the discovery. 4) The task force will be the conduit for community input, ideas, and suggestions on the discovery. B. Composition of the Task Force It is recommended that a task force be created to include individuals /resources with specific skills described below. Realizing the full potential of this discovery will start with science and then education will provide the outlet for communicating this discovery. Other skills are needed and also described below. Those resources below with a asterisk have a recommended resource that could immediately fill the position. The other resources would need to be appointed by the Town Council. It is recommended that a person /institution be found to represent each of the following skill related positions: 1) Science: It is recommended that the Denver Museum have a representative on the Task Force as the science resource. The Denver Museum will be the source for the science and the ultimate story of the site. 2) Education: An individual /institution that has significant experience in delivering natural science related educational programs (including informal science education) is recommended. 3) Fundraising: An individual with significant experience in not for profit fund raising, significant capital campaigns, and obtaining grants that are applicable to this type of discovery would be desirable. 4) Marketing: An individual that has significant experience in marketing, promoting ideas, events, educational opportunities. It is recommended that the Director of Snowmass Tourism be considered for this position. 5) Citizen at Large: We would suggest one individual from Snowmass Village who has significant communication skills and community experience and will provide a constructive conduit to a broad spectrum of Snowmass Village residents be appointed to the Task Force. It was also suggested that the Town might want to consider both a full time and a part time resident for this position. 6) Design /Construction /Development: Since some form of exhibit or facility may be needed, finding someone that has significant experience in design and /or construction is recommended to be appointed to the task force. 7) Town of Snowmass Village: It is recommended that a Town of Snowmass Village staff member participate in the task force. The Town Manager could provide close coordination with the rest of the Town organization and the Town Council. It may be useful to retain the names of applicants that apply for the above mentioned positions and who are not chosen for a seat in the event that sub committees are needed by the task force. The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District is a critical partner related to this project. Any discussion related to the reservoir needs to be closely coordinated with the District. The District (along with anyone in the public) will be invited to participate in task force meetings. It is recognized that the Task Force will need to work closely with other local institutional partners that may be able to contribute to this project. Institutions may also have individuals that could be considered for their individual skills to sit on the task force. It is also recommended that a facilitator be engaged to moderate the task force meetings versus naming a chair for the task force. This approach will help increase the likelihood that all voices are heard in the process and that no one interest dominates the recommendations to Council. 4. PROPOSED NEXT STEPS: A. December 6, 2010: Council will review the recommendations in Section 3 and provide direction on any changes they desire. The Council could immediately initiate the Task Force with the individuals /institutions that have specific recommendations (See Based on the input from the Town Council the attached announcement (attachment A) for advertising the positions would be modified and posted as soon as December 7 th B. December 6, 2010: Council will also receive a presentation from Snowmass Tourism on short term actions (Ski Season 2010/2011) to implement (attachment B). These would not be subject to the Task Force process. C. December 13, 2010 at 12:00 noon: Deadline for applications. If a significant number of applications are received, it may be necessary for the Town Council to make a first cut at a special meeting of the Town Council scheduled for December 13th of individuals that would be interviewed on December 20tH D. December 20, 2010 Council will determine appropriate candidates to appoint to the Task Force and choose a facilitator. December 21, 2010: Staff will engage a facilitator chosen by Council to work with the Task Force. The Town Council may also want to request that the Task Force return in the very near future with a work plan (tasks, time frame, budget requirements). Attachment A- Draft Announcement for open positions Ice Age Discovery Committee (IADC) The Town of Snowmass Village is organizing the Ice Age Discovery Committee in light of the recent historic finds at the Ziegler Reservoir. The goal of the IADC is to develop an educational /communication plan for the discovery including a preliminary budget for any capital and operational needs; develop a fundraising plan; be the outlet for community input, ideas, and suggestions on the discovery. There are four open seats available on the committee. If you are interested, we ask that you apply for ONE of these positions. Unlike the current committee structure of appointment, you will be placed on the IADC by specific position, not simply as a general member of the committee. Below are descriptions of the four open seats. Please fill out an application for Board service at www.tosv.com and submit it with a current resume /CV and a cover letter explaining your interest and expertise in the position you desire. Letter can be addressed to Snowmass Village Town Council. Deadline for submissions is 12:00 p.m. December 13 2010. Please plan to be available. IADC Positions: 1) Education Position: Individual with significant experience (10 plus years) in developing and delivering educational programs focused on paleontology and the natural sciences. Experience working with museum personnel a plus. 2) Fundraising Position: Individual with significant experience (10 plus years) in not -for- profit fundraising, grant writing and obtaining funds. Knowledge of paleontology and museum functions /operations a plus. 3) Citizen at large Position: Individual living in the Town of Snowmass Village who has significant local community service experience and a wide array of contacts who will be a constructive conduit to a broad spectrum of TOSV residents, guests and museum officials. 4) Construction /Development Position: Individual with significant experience (10 plus years) in design and /or construction of museums, exhibits or discovery centers Knowledge of, and experience in, historic preservation a plus. Attachment D Letters from Kit Hamby, Snowmass Water and Sanitation District Gail Schwartz, Colorado State Senator Kit Hamby ns' It District Manager Snowmass Water Sanitation District S N O W M A S S P.O. Box 5700 WATER SANITATION Snowmass Village, CO 81615 S T R C T December 16, 2010 Russell Forrest Town Manager Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Russ, Yesterday the Snowmass Water and Sanitation Board held their monthly board meeting and discussed the formation of the Ice Age Discovery Committee. The Board of Directors of the District believes that it is important that they be provided with a voting position on this committee to protect their contractual rights and obligations with the Museum of Natural Science and the reservoir construction. At our most recent meeting, Rhonda Bazil was appointed by the Board to sit on this committee. She has been involved with both the Museum and the Aspen Community Foundation to discuss financing options for the dig and is familiar with the various agreements that will come into play. Thanks for your consideration. Kit Hamby District Manager Snowmass Water and Sanitation District cc: file SNOWMASS WATER SANITATION DISTRICT POST OFFICE BOX 5700 0177 CLUBHOUSE DRIVE SNOWMASS VILLAGE COLORADO 81615 TELEPHONE 970.923.2056 FACSIMILE 970.923.6271 www.swsd.org f GAIL SCHWARTZ COMMITTEES Senate District 5 Senate Chamber Agriculture Natural Resources 200 E. Colfax Avenue State of Colorado Chair Denver, Colorado 80203 Committee on Legal Services Capitol: 303 866 -4871 Denver Member FAX: 303 866 -4543 Capital Development Committee Home: 970 925 -3013 Member Email: gail.schwartz.senate @gmail.com Transportation Committee Member December 16, 2010 To: Snowmass Village Town Council Mr. Bill Boineau, Mayor Mr. Russell Forrest, Town Manager Re: Ice Age Discovery Committee I am writing to congratulate the Town of Snowmass Village for the extraordinary discovery of over 600 Ice Age -era bones at the Ziegler site. The incredible find is of great historic significance to our town, Pitkin County, and the State of Colorado and will continue to draw international and national attention. This upcoming legislative session, I will be offering a Tribute before the General Assembly in acknowledgement of the discovery, as well as to recognize all the individuals that have been instrumental in managing this process. I would like to invite members of the community to attend and work with you on an appropriate date. As you are in the process of forming and selecting of the Ice Age Discovery Committee, I would like to request that you consider my appointment as an Ex- Officio member of the committee. I would be honored to work in support of the committee's efforts and act as a liaison between local and state interests. I offer my assistance to help identify resources and opportunities for continued development of the site; promotional and documentation efforts; and construction of any displays or museums that will result. As a member of the Colorado Tourism Board, I am very excited about the future opportunity to bring additional tourism to the area to experience this unique discovery. I appreciate your kind consideration of my request and look forward to supporting the Town of Snowmass Village as this remarkable opportunity unfolds, regardless of your decision. I am happy to provide you with any additional information you may need or please refer to my website gailschwartz.org Sincerely, Gail Schwartz, Colorado State Senator Senate District 5 Office: 303 866 -4871 State Capitol Building, Room 339 Denver, CO 80203 11` JJJ �7.�� JJJ444 MARIAN MARTHA PETERS FAMILY HISTORY My family has been in Colorado since 1900. I began visiting the Aspen /Snowmass Valley in 1971 and have been a non resident homeowner in'Snowmass Village for 27 years. EXPERIENCE Secondary and College English Teacher for 15 years in Illinois, Okinawa and Dayton Leadership Dayton Year long training program run by the Chamber of Commerce. Grimmy, Inc. President since 1984 of a multimedia company producing Mike Peters editorial cartoons and the comic strip Mother Goose Grimm which appears in over 800 papers worldwide. NON PROFIT Dayton Museum of Natural History Worked on the discovery and establishment of a prehistoric Indian village, Sun Watch. Dayton Art Institute Helped produce Oktoberfest as maixi fundraising event, Dayton Art Ball. Dayton Ballet Worked on fundraising galas, sponsored dancers and ballets. Children's Medical Center Worked on their yearly Christmas Fundraising auction. Muse Machine Art outreach that focused on bringing music, opera and ballet to all public school students. Antioch University Board of Trustees member for 12 years. Kids Voting Worked to help bring an understanding of voting into public schools. Sarasota Ballet Brought the Eddie Tousaint Montreal Ballet to Sarasota. Sarasota Comedy Festival Worked as Chairman adding a cancer wing to the Sarasota Memorial-Hospital and produced an annual 4 days of stand up comedy, seminars and a Cartoon Gala. Arts Council Worked on bringing the arts back into public schools. Child Protection Center Worked on building a shelter for abused children in Sarasota. Sarasota Philharmonic- Performed "Peter and the Wolf' with illustrations by Mike Peters. SOS Worked on Save Our Sand which raised $500,000 to stop the Army Corps from destroying offshore habitats. EDUCATION BA, Washington University MA, Miami of Ohio Ph.D. (ABD), Ohio State University PO Box 6874,94 Meadow Rd. Snowmass Village, CO 81615 970 923 -4942 marian @grimmy.com