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11-06-17 Town Council PacketTown Council Monday, November 06, 2017 4:00 PM 130 Kearns Road Council Chambers Agenda 1.CALL TO ORDER 2.ROLL CALL 3.PUBLIC COMMENT - This section is set aside for the Town Council to LISTEN to comments by the public regarding items that do not otherwise appear on this agenda. Generally, the Town Council will not discuss the issue and will not take an official action under this section of the agenda. ( Five Minute Time Limit) 4.PUBLIC HEARINGS - QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS - Public Hearings are the formal opportunity for the Town Council to LISTEN to the public regarding the issue at hand. For land use hearings the Council is required to act in a quasi-judicial capacity. When acting as a quasi-judicial body, the Council is acting in much the same capacity as a judge would act in a court of law. Under these circumstances, the judicial or quasi-judicial must limit its consideration to matters which are placed into evidence and are part of the public record. The Council must base their decision on the law and the evidence presented at the hearing. 4.A.CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING MAJOR PUD AMENDMENT PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION INVOLVING THE ENCLAVE Staff Report Enclave Public Hearing Pg. 4 Enclave Attachment 1 Pg. 7 Town Council Page - 2 5.POLICY/LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS 5.A.PUBLIC HEARING - TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ROAD MILL LEVY FUND FOR THE YEAR OF 2018 Staff Report Road Mill Levy pg 49 5.B.PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTION NO. 40, SERIES OF 2017 - A RESOLUTION SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY 2018 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER 2018 AND APPROPRIATING SUMS OF MONEY TO ALL FUNDS FOR THE 2018 BUDGET YEAR Staff Report Budget Adaption pg 52. Resolution 40 Budget pg 54 Attachment 2018 proposed budget pg 64 6.ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 6.A.REVIEW BUILDING 6 LETTER OF INTEREST SUBMISSIONS Staff Report LOI Building 6 pg. 193 A. ACES pg 195 B. Andrew Nolan pg 196 C. Aspen Brewing Company pg 197 D. Aspen Science Center pg 199 E. East West- Village Hall pg 200 F. Emzy Veazy III pg 237 G. Grassroots Community Network-Snowmass Nexus pg 250 H. Maryn Coker pg 263 I. Mike Hundert-Ski Hall of Fame Museum pg 267 J. Pitkin County Library pg 271 K. Snowmass Discovery pg 275 L. Snowmass Village Parks, Recreation & Trails pg 311.pdf 6.B.DISCUSSION ON FUTURE DRAFT AGENDA ITEMS Discussion of Future Draft Agenda Items pg 320 7.TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS - Reports and Updates 8.ADJOURNMENT Town of Snowmass Village Town Council Agenda ltem Summary November 6,2017 Agenda ltem: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING MAJOR PUD AMENDMENT PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION INVOLVING THE ENCLAVE. Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner AICP/MPCD lntroduction: Following the continued public hearing from September 5th to October 2nd, it was determined at that meeting that the Applicant should prepare and submit a comprehensive and formal Amendment to the application to explain all the effects of the proposed restricted 'residential-occupied' affordable unit as presented by the Applicant as an addendum to the Planning Commission at their meeting on August 16,2017. The addendum at that time showed a proposed restricted 'RO' unit with only the lower level of the proposed building addition at the time. The Town has no standards for a restricted 'resident-occupied' unit. The recommendation for a more comprehensive Amendment to the Major PUD Amendment application was acknowledged by the Applicant at the Town Council meeting on October 2,2017 and the hearing was then continued to November 6,2017. Since the October 2,2017 meeting, the Applicant has prepared and formally submitted on October 30th an Addendum (which Staff is referring to as the "Amendment", as requested by Town Council) for a deed-restricted housing unit on the Enclave site, also explaining the other effects of this supplement upon the application. The Amendment has been made in writing and it also includes other exhiblts and drawings to describe the affects to the site and upon the initial application. The currently proposed restricted housing unit in the proposed three-pod building expansion would be in addition to the three employee units intended within the planned renovation of the existing Arrival building filed with the initial application. One of those units served to replace an existing 800 square foot manager's unit on the property. The Applicant plans to present the Amendment to the Town Council at the continued public hearing on November 6th. As of the writing of this report, staff has not analyzed, referred or distributed the Amendment for review and evaluation. After Town Council receives the presentation of the Amendment and decides on the course for the review per the municipal code provisions below, staff willthen refer the 11-06-17 TC Packet 4 of 323 Page 1 of 3 Amendment for review and follow up with an updated staff report analysis of the application as a whole to the appropriate review body. tVl un icipa I Code Provisions: Pursuant to Section 16A-5-340(k) of the municipal code regarding 'Amendments' it states as follows: Amendment. If an applicant wishes to amend a submission after a Planning Commission recommendation thereon, such request shall be made in writing and presented to the Town Council during the public hearing. The Town Council shall consider and make a determination as to whether the changes alter the nature of the project from that described tn the original submission to such an extent that: l) The amendment shottld not be allowed; 2) The amendment should be allowed, bfi the Planntng Commission should ltave an opportunity to review the amendment ond make a recommendation thereon; or 3) The amendment should be allowed, ond the application should proceed without additional hearings or consideration thereof. If the amendment is not allotued, the Town Council shall continue to consider the application without the amendment in accordance with the provisions of this Section. If an additional Planning Commission recommendation is to be made, the Town Counctl may, at its discretion, table the application until it has received the Planning Commission's recommendation on the amendment. Subsection (l) of the code states as follows Remand. An application may also be remanded to the Planning Commission when the Town Council determines that the application has otherwise been altered in a significant manner following the Planning Commission's action on the preliminary PUD. The Town Council shall table the application until it has received the Planning Commission's recommendation on the changes. Background (For information only): During the course of the Planning Commission review, the applicant submitted supplemental addendums primarily in response to the town staff, referral agencies and Planning Commission comments. These Supplemental Addendums are summarized as follows: 1. The first addendum on June 14,2017 proposed a further reduction in the height of the building additions from that presented in the initial application as well as from the slight reduction presented to the Planning Commission meeting at their first public hearing on April 19,2017. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 5 of 323 Page 2 of 3 2. A second supplemental addendum was submitted on June 19,2017 to address the referral agency comments pertaining to civil and drainage plans 3. A third supplemental addendum was submitted on August 10, 2017 to address outstanding comments related to landscape design, easements, a solid waste plan and environmental quality concerns. 4. A fourth supplemental addendum was submitted on August16,2017, which was a second attempt to address remaining comments on the prior civil and drainage package. [As a side note, had the applicant proceeded with these (now) seven (7) tree- market units (including the former manager's unit and the proposed 'RO' unit) initially, they would not have been eligible to skip the Sketch Plan PUD Amendmenl process]. Town Council Options: The options for the Town Council in consideration of the proposed Amendment by the Applicant are noted in the municipal code sections above (16A-5-340(k) and (l)). Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that Town Council accept the amendment pursuant to Section 164- 5-340(k) (3) of the municipal code and direct staff to further review the Amendment, and continue the public hearing to December 4,2017. Attachments to this Cover Memorandum: ATTACHMENT 1: Amendment for an additional restricted housing unit, including written description, exhibits and drawings received on October 30, 2017. Attachments incorporated bv reference: after the initial submission on November 29,2017', easements, solid waste plan, environmental quality replies); and drainage plan package). 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 6 of 323 Page 3 of 3 ATTACHMENT I Town Council Staff Report November 6,2017 LAW OFFICES OF E. MICHAEL HoFrvrAN, n.c 2OO EasT MAIN STREET P.O. Box EE ASPEN, ColoRano 81612 TELEPHONE: (97 0) s44-3412 FACSIMI LE: (866) 929-7 87 0 E-MAIL: mhofthan0temhlarv.net November 29,2016 Revised January 3l ,2017 Revised October 30, 2017 Ms. Julie Ann Woods, Community Development Director Mr. Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Town of Snowmass Village P. O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Re: Application of The Enclave Association, Inc. For Preliminary Approval of a Minor Amendment of Parcel "N" Subdivision for Changes at The Enclave Condominiums REVISED TO INCLUDE ADDITIONAL AFFORDABLE HOUSTNG UNIT Dear Jim and Julie Ann; The following is mostly a restatement of the application last dated January 31,2017. The sections highlighted in yellow, like this section, have been added to reflect the addition of one more affordable housing unit in the proposed new building. This will bring the total number of affordable units in the project to four (4). The Enclave Condominium project ("The Enclave") has existed in Snowmass Village for more than 36 years. Although the Project has been well maintained, the unit owners' association for the project, The Enclave Association, Inc. (the "Association") and its members have proposed to make substantial improvements to the Project (the "Project"), as shown below: Location of Planned Improvement Location lvithin the Proiect Land Use Approval Required? Proposed Improvement on Exhibit A Roof Replacement Both Buildings No Roofs of Existing Buildings Rehabilitate Siding Both Buildings No A 11-06-17 TC Packet 7 of323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 2 Replace Retaining Walls Both Buildings and Uphill Side of Car Ports No B Restore Sidewalks Adjacent to Parking Area, Around New Arrival Center No Throughout Project Construct and Install New Landscaping Features Adjacent to Parking Area, Around Neu' Arrival Center No Throughout Project Rehabilitate Stair Towers Both Buildings No C Install Stonework Around Chimney Structures Both Buildings No A Reconfigure, Reconstruct and Repave the Parking Area Parking Area Yes B Convert the Manager's Apartment and Fitness Room to a Residential Unit Existing East Building Yes D Convert the Existing Arrival Center to Employee Housing Existing Arrival Center Yes E Construct a New Arrival Center Below the Pool Area Yes F Build Five (5) New Residential Units On Area to the West of Current Development Yes G I . Description of Project. As shown in the table above, certain aspects of the proposed Project require land use review by the Town of Snowmass Village (the "Town") because they represent changes to the existing Planned Unit Development ("PUD") approvals for the Enclave. The centerpiece of the project is a complete facelift of the existing property along with a functional reconfiguration of the project, including new parking improvements, improved elevator access to the west-wing Units, some added new units as well as other improvements. The following aspects of the proposed work require land use review as outlined below in their rough order of significance: (l) the new free- market residential units, (2) conversion of the existing Arrival Center into three affordable housing units, (3) construction of a new Arrival Center, (4) conversion of the Manager's 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 8 of 323 Application of The E,nclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 3 Apartment and fitness room to a new residential unit, and (5) reconfiguration and construction of the Parking Area. Each of these aspects of the Project are discussed below. The projected cost of completing the renovation parts of the Project (those which do not require land use review) is considerable. The Association hopes to offset some of the renovation costs through the sale of the converted Manager's Apartment to a free-market residential purchaser and the site of the five new residential units to a developer. As discussed in detail in Section 3.F., below, the Association recognizes the need of the Town for affordable housing, and proposes to build more than the mitigation requirements for affordable housing as a "community benefit" to be provided pursuant to the Town's Land Use Code (the "Code"). A. Construction of Five New Residential Units. The land on which the Enclave is located was annexed tothe Town in 1978 and established as a separate parcel known as "Parcel 'N' Subdivision." A Subdivision Plat for Parcel "N" was finally approved by the Town on December 18, 1978, and recorded in the real property records of Pitkin County ("Recorded") the following day. A copy of the Subdivision Plat is enclosed with this application letter as Exhibit B. As shown in this excerpt from the Subdivision Plat, development of the westernmost section of the Parcel "N" Subdivision was not possible because the property had been encumbered by a "Ski Lift Easement" for the Woodrun ski lift (Lift I l) which originated near the intersection of Wood and Brush Creek Roads and terminated near the base of the Alpine Springs lift. As a result, only that portion of the parcel located to the east of the easement. an area of just under 3.2 acres, was avai lable for development. The Woodrun lift was removed and the related easement was vacated in 2006 as part of the development of Base Village. (A copy of the relevant Extinguishment of Ski Easement is enclosed with this application letter as Exhibit C.r) Because the ski lift and its accompanying easement have been removed from Parcel "N", the western quarter of Parcel "N" is now available for development. I The Ski Easement was extinguished as a part of the development of Base Village, and is memorialized in that certain Ski Easement Agreement recorded in the real property records of Pitkin County on May 1,2007, at Reception 538446. F-s. -l'- -'>-:- 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 9 of 323 -/ l )a '/ a / Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 4 The Association proposes to build five new free-market units and one deed-restricted affordable unit in an exterior configuration which preserves the stair-step alignment of the existing condominium project, as shown below. This elevation details how the new units will appear from the skiback trail below the project. The three "pods" shown above will house five free-market and one affordable, deed-restricted, unit. The first pod, located closest to Wood Road, will include a two-bedroom affordable unit on the ground floor and a four-bedroom unit located on floors one, two and three. The other two pods will each include one two-bedroom and one three-bedroom unit. Elevations and floor plans for the new units are shown in the architectural plans filed with this revised application. Z r- ,l U 2'rl 2 'a 11-06-17 TC Packet 10of323 II I/ "t r t A"-' \. -ti ffi-:w ad*, Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 5 B. Construction of New Arrival Center. To provide owners, guests and the Association better administrative and recreational resources, as well as better access via elevator to the existing uphill residential units, the Association proposes to build a new Arrival Center in the area between the proposed parking circle and the swimming pool, as shown here. The first floor of the new Arrival Center will include a lobby area and front desk, an Association meeting room, an office and workroom for front desk staff and storage and mechanical areas. The second floor will house a fitness room and a large additional room which could be used as a spill-over meeting space, or alternatively could be converted to additional interior storage for Occupant skis, bikes, or similar items. The building will include an elevator, which will provide access from the parking level to the base level for the existing west wing elevator - thus eliminating a climb of two and a half levels of stairs. Elevations and floor plans for the new Arrival Building are included in the set of architectural plans submitted with this application. C. Conversion of Existine Arrival Center to Affordable Housins. As discussed in Section 2, below, the Town's original approval for The Enclave required that the project include one unit for employees of the Association. That requirement was relaxed in 1983 to permit occupancy of the unit by any "Area Employee." As reported in Section I .D., below, the Association is seeking to convert the Manager's Apartment to free market residential use, to consolidate the area now used as a fitness room with the existing Manager's Apartment and to renovate the combined space for sale as a residential condominium unit. To replace the existing Manager's Apartment and to add two more employee housing units, the Association is seeking approval to convert the existing Arrival Center into three such units. The following floor plans describe the current use of the Arrival Center: 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 11 of 323 AQIIL ottlcE at- a9!!It &EP- LOBAY \-\ WFT N6 UEEI /1\ilmilG l0wil ,t00t PLAil\{r/r=E -t R (}z) Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 6 Total floor area on the lower level of the existing building is 1,040 square feet; that of the upper level is 788 square feet. The Association proposes to utilize this space as two studio units on the lower level and a two-bedroom unit on the upper floor, as shown here. -EEqI AA]E I BED I UNI I= trl (R.H.Ll.) 9WlO | @ffi4I:@M&DII&EffiffiOE\IE5 f 5ilDto 2 (,1)llllrED rowEr trooR Ptfii (}PTOPOSTD UPPER TTOOR PI.AN o Studio I will be 523 square feet in size, Studio 2 will be larger at 601 square feet and the two- bedroom unit will be 704 square feet in size. All three units will be accessed from the upper floor, which is adjacent to the parking area. The only changes required in the exterior of the building are to accommodate separate entrances for each of the units and to create emergency egress portals as required by the Town's building code. D. Conversion of Existins Manaser's A nt and Fitness Area to Free Market a_IL_EL K]I. YE't! 5IUO\O I rR.H.U.) EAITJ L+ 311)DtO 2 rR.H.U.) Residential Use The 1978 approval for The Enclave Condominiums included a requirement that the project include one "manager's apartment for use by an employee of the condominium association only, unless otherwise approved by [the] Board of Trustees of the Town." ln 1983, the Town Council relaxed the occupancy limitation to permit an "Area Employee" to rent the manager's apartment if an employee of the Association was not in occupancy of the unit. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 12 of 323 \'rtr Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and Octob er 30, 2017 Page 7 The manager's apartment is designated Unit 100 and is located on the ground floor at the northeast corner ofthe project. A fitness room is located immediately adjacent to Unit 100, as shown here. As discussed in Section 1.C., immediately above, the Association plans to create three (3) new employee units in what is now the Arrival Center - one of which will serve to replace the historic manager's apartment. The residential condominium unit to be established in the combined footprint of the manager's apartment and fitness center is recognized by the Association as a new unit for purposes of calculating the amount of affordable housing required, as well as in mitigating the impact the project will have on its neighbors and the Town as a whole. The proposed new residential unit is shown here: EX I9TIN5 EI]IE55 BAAY EXt9Tl|l'EHfrO.E I,|lIT tr NEA UNIT _9I 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 13 of323 5',4\n' o Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 8 The gross floor area of this new residential unit is 1,550 square feet, which includes all of the existing manager's apartment and fitness room and a portion of the existing stairwell. E. New Residential Floor Area in Units I l3 and 213. Except forthe views from Units ll3 and 213, vistas from existing units in The Enclave will not be impacted by the construction of the new units. The Association has agreed to compensate the affected owners of Units I l3 and 213 by building an additional room of 332 square feet on each of those units. This additional square footage is represented in the exhibits which accompanythis application, including the Unit Equivalency Table (Exhibit J) and the Calculation of Required Affordable Housing (Exhibit M). F Reconfieuration of Existing Drivewa), and Parking Area. and Addition of Underground Garage. Reconstruction of the existing parking structures on the south side of the existing parking area is necessary because the timber RR{ie retaining walls which hold back the mountain slope are slowly failing. These retaining walls have been in place since the project was first constructed in 1980. To replace the retaining walls, the existing parking structures must be removed. It makes sense to take this opportunity to reconfigure the driveway and parking areas to address the current needs ofthe project. The existing driveway and parking area are shown in this Google Earth image A portion of Wood Road is shown at the top of this image (which is due north of The Enclave). As shown, the existing driveway ends in a "T" with the parking area. As shown in the following paragraph, the plan is to create a traffic circle where the driveway meets the parking area, which will facilitate the flow of cars and create a better arrival experience for guests of the project; as well as better emergency vehicle and fire-fighting access. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 14 of 323 ...q,'sI* ta LL I-% \r .-t E LL Sr t-I TJ Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 9 The north edge of the parking area is set off from Wood Road by 22 to over 23 feet. The Association's proposal is to extend the northeastern part of the parking area closer to Wood Road, as shown in this drawing: Extension of the parking area will create 28 parking spaces in a tandem configuration. This tandem arrangement of the parking spaces, located in the expanded northeast lot, will allow the Association to adopt an active parking plan, which will be administered by the Association's property manager, Snowmass Lodging Company. The Association and property manager have already established a management plan. A copy of the proposed Parking Plan has been submitted with this application as Exhibit P. The circle drive and new open parking structures will provide an attractive welcome experience to guests of The Enclave. The northern edge of the new parking area will not intrude on Wood Road or on a public road easement established when Parcel "N" was created in 1978. The Parcel 'oN" plat also established a utility easement for the benefit of the developer, The Snowmass Company, Ltd., and the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. The Snowmass Company, Ltd. conveyed its interest in the project to Enclave Partners, Ltd. in 1979.Enclave Partners, Ltd. appears to have abandoned its interest after it sold the last of its Enclave units in 1981. The utility easement has a strange shape, as found here: The current survey indicates that a water line exists only within the "north-south" aspect of the easement under the existing driveway. No buildings are proposed over the location of the existing water line. There are no SWSD utilities under any other section of the easement. The Association has asked SWSD for permission to extend its parking area into the other portions of the utility easement and hopes to have either that approval or a termination of the utility easement for that part of the project before this application is considered at a hearing of the Planning :;rtjie,1a? i/ q .,, /",) /{ i . \?l ..,,v I ,flq ${ '(( or,r,,r*n''r,f -3ri.iiIE-r,' t *.e l/ 15 of323 ..e 1 1-06-17 TC Packet Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October30,2017 Page l0 Commission. An underground power line traverses this section of the project, but is subject to an entirely different easement. That power line will not be impacted by the Association's plans. An underground garage will serve as the foundation for the five new residential units to be constructed on the western portion of the property. As shown in this depiction from the drawings prepared by Z-Group Architects, the underground garage will house 17 vehicles. The garage will be secure and those parking spaces will be assigned to the Owners of the new five units as wellas Owners of existing Units. As a result of the reconfiguration of the existing parking area, the expansion of the northeast section of parking area and the establishment of the underground parking garage, the project will have a total of 74 parking spaces - an increase of 53%o. 2. Existine Land Use Approvals. The history of land use review by the Town for The Enclave Condominiums is short and simple. The real property was approved as Parcel "N" Subdivision and zoned PUD in Ordinance No. 28, Series of 1978. The approved Planned Unit Development Plan for the property encompassed the condominium project which was subsequently built on the site. A copy of the original PUD Plan is reproduced here: I \a q -t" I /-. fir'u'f , /rl- ,:'-:. el,.s.tr.dl4dm{ ct)ct o(.o ? a E Flnd P.U.O di' {2"r \ I Plan r1&@ 128 J.ca 6c. - rf 228 - ul €_ls x - tU l& 6umrl 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 16 of 323 I I o \o 22 b1 "8"t A \t '+ I Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page I I The corridor on the right side of the PUD Plan is highlighted because this part of the property was encumbered by a Ski Lift Easement at the time of the original approval. Consequently, no development was proposed for the western portion of the property. As mentioned above, the PUD approval was amended by Town Council Resolution No. 18, Series of 1983, which expanded the class of individuals who could occupy the manager's apartment from employees of the Association to "Area Employees," meaning individual "gainfully employed in the Town of Snowmass Village or elsewhere in Pitkin County, Colorado, working an average of at least 30 hours per week, 50 weeks per year." As previously mentioned, the Association proposes to re-use and renovate the existing manager's apartment and incorporate the adjacent fitness room and a part of the staircase into a new free- market residential unit. To accommodate that change, the 1983 deed restrictions will need to be terminated as to the manager's apartment. New deed restrictions will be adopted for the three new affordable units to be constructed in the existing Arrival Center. Those deed restrictions will use the form currently advanced by the Town's Housing Office. A second amendment of the original PUD approval was adopted by the Town in Ordinance No. 12, Series of 1990. Ordinance No. l2 permitted the Association to build the current Arrival Center and two new parking spaces. The existing Arrival Center is located to the west of the utility easement referenced above and outside of the easements provided to Wood Road. An Administrative Modification of the original PUD was approved by the Town on May 25, 2016, to accommodate a request by the Association to build dormers over certain of top-floor units in the project, to build new post and beam structures, and to grade, re-roof and partially reside the project. These changes are within the scope of work identified in the table found at the beginning of this application letter. The Administrative Modification was Recorded on June 6, 2016. 3. Land Use Approvals Requested A. Required Submi sion Documents. The following documents are submitted as a part of this application in compliance with Section l64-5-40 of the Code: Code Section 6A-5-40 Reouired Document Exhibit No. (aXl), (bXl) (bx2) (bx3) Owner's Permission, including Applicant's Name, Address, Telephone Number Legal Description Disclosure of Ownership Exhibit D Exhibit E Exhibit E 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 17 of323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 12 (bx4) (bxs) Written Description Vicinity Map This Letter Exhibit F B. Request for Multi-Familv (MF) Underlvine Zonins In the 1970s and'80s the Town did not require that subdivided parcels be "zoned" in the sense that most local governments zone property annexed to the municipality. That changed in the mid- 2000s and since then the Town has required that underlying zoning be established for older parcels which lack a zone district designation. Code Section l6A-5-220 governs amendments to the Official Zone District Map. A change in the Town's zone map begins with an application from someone having an interest in the property, like the unit owners represented in this application, the application is reviewed by the Planning Commission and culminates with Town Council approval. The required contents of the application are listed in Code Section l6A-5-220(d). This application includes all of the required elements. The review standards for an amendment of the Official Zone District Map are described in Code Section 16A-5-220(e). The Association proposes Multifamily (MF) zoning for Parcel "N". "The intent of the Multi- Family (MF) zone district is to allow for the development of a range of higher density residential uses and appropriate accessory uses. Therefore, it is the intent of this zone district to designate the type and intensity of use and other parameters which are generally appropriate for a particular land area."2 As required by Code Section l6A-5-220(e)(2), the Association believes the current and proposed uses of Parcel "N" are consistent with this statement of intent. None of the current uses of Parcel "N" are prohibited by MF zoning. As required by Code Section l6A-5-220(e)(l), MF zoning of Parcel "N" is consistent with the Town's Comprehensive Plan. For planning purposes, the Enclave is a part of the Town Core, specifically, rvithin the Multifamily-Residential Comprehensively Planned Area ("CPA"). "The preferred plan for the Multifamily-Residential CPA area encourages and facilitates the revitalization and reinvestment of multifamil), properties that are aging enough to require capital reserve expenditures."s The Enclave's plans for its physical plant and for MF zoning are consistent with the Town's aspirations for the Multifamily-Residential CPA MF Zoning of Parcel "N" is consistent with surrounding zone districts and uses as required by Code Section l6A-5-220(e)(3). The following excerpt from the Town's Official Zone District Map which describes the zone district and uses of the area surrounding The Enclave: 2 Code $ l6A-3-40(2) b. (Emphasis supplied.) 3 Town of Snowmass Village Comprehensive PIan, $ 7.2 (March 2010). 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 18 of323 Application of The E,nclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 13 Although much of the Multifamily-Residential CPA remains unzoned, use of the property has, since the late 1970s, been dominated by relatively small-unit condominium development. Just like The Enclave, most of these projects consist of multi-family buildings surrounding one or more common amenities. Woodrun Place and Chamonix, for example, are still unzoned. The Crestwood is zoned SPA-1. Historic use of the Multifamily-Residential CPA has been consistent with the uses allowed in the MF zone district. All of Base Village, located just across Wood Road from The Enclave, is all zoned MU-2, which permits visitor accommodations and permanent resident housing, among other things - uses consistent with multifamily housing. Code Section l6A-5-220(e)(a) requires a showing of "necessary circumstances" for any zoning of property within the Town. In this case, the unzoned status of Parcel "N" is an artifact from the time when PUD parcels were not required to carry "underlying zoning." This could be viewed as an "error" under Code $ l6A-5-220(e)(4)a. Further, MF zoning is consistent with the historic and proposed continued use of The Enclave Condominiums as an ownership and guest accommodation project with ready access to the ski slopes. As discussed in the penultimate paragraph, that use is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. All of the standards of Code S 16A-5-220(e) are met. Multi-Family (MF) zoning is appropriate for this parcel. C. Amendment of PUD - Code Section l64-5-390. The review process forthis application is dictated by Section l6A-5-300(bXl) and Table 5-3 of the Code, which set forth criteria to be used to segregate requests for amendments to an existing PUD as either major or minor. This application is to be processed as "Minor," because it seeks to add no more than six (6) dwelling/hotel/lodge or other residential units. As a minor PUD review, the Association's application must be reviewed at "Preliminary" by both the Planning and Zoning commission and Town council, and by Town council at "Final." Section l6,4-5-390 (l) b.provides greater detail to the process required for a minor amendment of an approved PUD, as follows. An initial Pre-Application Conference was held 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 19 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 14 between Julie Ann Woods, Jim Wahlstrom, Chase Utley and representatives of the applicant on June 22,2016. The application itself must include the following elements A. Minimum Contents. The minimum contents identified in Section l6A-5-40(b) Those items are listed in Exhibit G, attached hereto. B. Statement of Changes. Written statement describing the elements of the PUD to be changed. An overview of the project is found above in Section I of this application. More technically, the Association proposes to change certain of the dimensional elements of the PUD. These elements must be modified because many of current technical elements of the PUD are the actual, as-built parameters of The Enclave. These include "allowed gross floor area," "maximum number of dwelling units," maximum building ground coverage," "maximum parking ground coverage," "number of townhouse units," "unit equivalency," "maximum number of bedrooms," "maximum number of parking spaces," "maximum gross floor area by use" for both residential dwelling use and other uses. Importantly, the changes requested by the Association are not materially different from the development parameters established for Parcel "N" in 1978. C. Other Information. A great deal of other information is found in this application, much of it related to the architecture, plans and specifications proposed for the existing project and proposed new units. D. Information Required to Cause PUD Confbrm to Current Land Use Code. Parcel "N" was approved as a PUD long before the Town required that a PUD be assigned to an "underlying zone district." As discussed in detail in Section 2.8., above, the Association believes MF zoning is appropriate for this site. As discussed elsewhere, the redeveloped Enclave project will conform to the various parameters of the MF zone district. The application itself must meet the following review standards under 164-5-390(3) (ln this application, the review standards established in the Code will be found in italics. Our responses to the standards are found in normally-formatted text.) o.Consistent with original PUD. The proposed amendment shall be consistent with, or an enhancement of, the original PUD approvaL Not much of the policy discussion surrounding the annexation of Parcel "N" and the balance of lands owned by The Snowmass Company, Ltd. in 1978 is retrievable at this time. However, it is clear that The Enclave and other projects in the Multifamily- Residential CPA were intended to create upscale, multifamily housing immediately adjacent to the ski slopes. Condominium ownership was encouraged as a means of promoting investment in units, which ownership would permit both exclusive use by the owner and an opportunity for short-term occupancy by other guests. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 20 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29.2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 15 c, b. Because the originally undevelopable west end of Parcel N is no longer encumbered by the old Lift I I easement, this new area, of almost an acre, is now available for some additional development without increasing the density that has existed on the eastern part of Parcel N. All of the changes requested in this application are consistent with this underlying intent. The improvements which require Town approval here, as well as the other maintenance and enhancement efforts undertaken in the project, are all designed to maintain the high- quality, upscale nature of The Enclave. Residential use of the proposed new units is consistent with the existing PUD as are the proposed mass, scale and bulk of the new building. The architecture of the new units and underground parking garage is meant to seamlessly meld with the existing project and surrounding neighborhood. Further, existing infrastructure is sufficient to meet the additional demands of the new units. The new building can now be constructed when it could not be built when The Enclave was first considered. The removal of the Woodrun lift, and extinguishment of the related easement, opened up the land beneath the former lift for some additional development. No substantially adverse impact. The proposed umendment shall not huve a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood surrounding the lond where the omendment is proposed, or have a substantiolly adverse impoct on the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the streetfrom the subject property. AII of the changes to the existing Enclave willenhance the visual impact of the project on the surrounding neighborhood. The proposed new units will have no substantial adverse impact. The visual impact of the proposed new structure as seen from The Crestwood, Chamonix and Woodrun Place has been and continues to be a priority to the Association. Because the new units will be seen as an extension of the current project, there will be little impact on surrounding parcels. Exhibit H, which is attached to this application, is a simulation of how the new building will look from various projects located in the vicinity of The Enclave. As seen in the exhibit, the topography and vegetation of the area will cause the new units to be virtually invisible from other projects. The topography of the area will screen the new parking structure/new units from view causing it to be unobtrusive to neighbors of the project. Not change churacter, The proposed amendment shall not change the basic character of the PUD or suruounding areos. Each of the changes requested in this application is consistent with the multifamily, condominium owner/visitor character of Parcel "N" and its surrounding parcels. Comply with other opplicable standards. The proposed amendment shall comply with the other opplicable standards of thk Division 3, Planned llnit Development, inctuding d. 21 of3231 1-06-17 TC Packet Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 16 but not limited to Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions, ond Section 16A-5-310, Review Stsndards. The changes requested in this application comply with the other standards set forth in the Code, as discussed in Sections 3.D. through 3.F., below. ode Section l6,4-5-300D c The following restrictions on PUD zoning are relevant and material to this application. Section l6A-5-300(c)(3): Uses. Multifamily dwellings, deed restricted employee housing and related accessory uses are all permitted in the Multi-Family, MF, zone district. Section 16A-5-300(c)U) Maximum Buildout. The Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan established the future build out potential for The Enclave at 40 units, which is the current number of units now found in the Project (including the manager's apartment, owned by the Association). In contrast, the Comprehensive Plan provided many of the condominium projects located in West Village the right to expand by l0 percent or more without having to satisfy many of the regulatory hurdles which the Association must now meet. A list of those projects, and the "automatic" development potential granted to each of them in the Comprehensive Plan is found below: Natae of Project Existing Free Market Units Existing AH Units Future Units Allowed Automatic Development Potential (# of Units - % Increase) Aspenwood 50 0 55 5 l0o/o Carriageway Apts l2 0 t4 2 t6% Interlude 26 I 30 3 11.1% Laurelwood 52 I 59 7 lt.3 % Lichenheafih 40 0 44 4 t0% Mountain Chalet 64 6 77 l0 t0% Pokolodi Lodge 47 J 55 5 10.5 % Shadowbrook 26 0 29 J lt.5 % Sonnenblick 6 0 7 I 16.7 % Stonebridge 9t I 102 l0 10.9 % Tamarack 36 0 40 4 n.t % Terracehouse 29 I JJ 3 l0 o/n Timberline 96 5 fi2 ll 10.9 % 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 22 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 3l ,2017 and Octob er 30, 2017 Page 17 Top of the Village lll 0 123 t2 10.80 The weighted average of the "automatic" development potential granted in the Comprehensive Plan is 10.8%.lf The Enclave was located in the West Village, it would be permitted, "by right," a 10.8%o, increase in the number of units, or an additional 4.32 units. The current request is for six additional units. West Village and the Multifamily-Residential CPA share much of the same history, serve similar functions within the Town and should, from a policy standpoint, be treated similarly. A 10.8% in the number of units permitted at The Enclave is consistent with these principles. Section l64-5-300(c)(a)(c) requires that an applicant utilize the Unit Equivalency Chart (Table 5-4) to calculate the number of "unit equivalents" found within the project. The Code does not explicitly define the term "unit," although a"Unit, unrestricted means a unit that may be bought and sold on the free market. It is not subject to any of the restrictions associated with restricted units, although there may be other minimal restrictions placed on said units by an association."l The reference to restrictions on a unit which may imposed by a homeowners association, as well as the manner in which "unit equivalency" has been applied by the Town in other land use applications, reflects the fact that a unit, for purposes of applying the unit equivalency section of the Code, is a "unit" as defined by the applicable condominium declaration. In the case of The Enclave, the dimensions of a "lndividual Space" are the "interior surfaces of such walls, floors and ceilings which mark [its] perimeter boundaries and, where found along such walls, floors and ceilings, the interior surfaces of built-in fireplaces and of windows and doors in their closed positiotl."s The unit equivalency calculations used in this application make use of this definition. The unit equivalency table for current development in The Enclave is attached hereto as Exhibit L The exhibit reflects the relatively small size of the current unit mix within the Project, as the 40 units equate to only 27.42 unit equivalents (or an average unit equivalency of 0.69 per unit). Under this section of the Code, the 27.42 unit equivalents become the baseline from which additional development is to be judged. The Association's proposal is to fund the cost of completing the balance of the renovation project by selling the converted manager's apartment to a new owner and by selling to a developer the right to build the five new units shown in the plans. The converted manager's apaftment, the five new units and the additions to Units I l3 and 213 will contribute floor area and "unit equivalency" to the project. A revised unit equivalency table which includes the proposed new units is attached to this application as Exhibit J. Approximately 12,478 square feet of floor area will be added to the project, constituting 9.61 additionalunit equivalents. 4 code, $ l64-2-20, Definitions 5 Section 1.6, Declaration for The Enclave Condominiums, recorded in the real property records of Pitkin County, Colorado on January 18, 1980, in Book 382 at Page 369, as Reception No. 221162. 11-06-17 TC Packet 23 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page l8 While these increases appear to be fairly large, they are justified in this unique case because the elimination of the Woodrun ski lift and related ski lift easement removed a physical constraint to development of Parcel "N" and opened up a substantial amount of land to the west of the original Enclave project. Although a "General Easement" for the skiing area still encumbers the far western boundary of Parcel "N", the elimination of the Woodrun lift cleared approximately 8,300 square feet, approximately 5oh of Parcel "N", for the possibility of additional development. When all of the land located to the west of the eastern boundary of the vacated Woodrun lift easement is considered, elimination of the ski Iift easement opened an additional 37,652 square feet to development,or2l.3Yo,of Parcel "N". When viewed in this way, Unit Equivalents peracre will increase from 8.6 to 9.3, or just 8.1o/o, when the new units are constructed. The combination of additional developable area created by the removal of the ski lift easement and the "automatic" 10.8% increase permitted to West Village properties supports the increase in unit equivalents requested in this application. E. Buildout Above Existins Devel pment is Permitted bv the Code. Build out in excess of that permitted by the Comprehensive Plan is allowed under the circumstances defined by Section l6A-5-300(c)(a)b. of the Code. Because of its importance to the Association's application, the entire provision is set forth below. Greater buildout. A greater buildout may be approved if the Town Council finds that the PUD achieves one (l) or more of the purposes described in Subsection (c)(6), Community Purposes for PUDs, and the PUD complies with the other applicable provisions of this Subsection (c), General Restrictions, the standards of Section I 64-5-3 10, Review Standards, and any other applicable provisions of this Code. No buildout may be permitted to exceed one hundred percent (100%) of the maximum number of future lots/units and commercial/other space listed for that subdivision, parcel or other development, except that under unique and mstances where dem apolicant th the resulting development will. for good cause shown . exqeed the PUD review criteria standard s, a reconsideration and amendment of the future anal is ch subdi devel be consid The Town Council shall then adopt an ordinance, approved by at least three-quarters (%) of the members of the Town Council present and voting, amending the future buildout analysis chart and identifying the reasons why the amendment is warranted. (Emphasis supplied.) This parcel certainly exhibits "unique" characteristics because almost an acre of developable land that had been previously "sterilized" was added to the existing parcel ina prime, central core area. As discussed on the following page of this applicaiion, the Association's request satisfies the community purposes section of the Code, l64-5-390(6), because the Association will provide, among other things, temporary and permanent easements to the Town related to a bus shelter and stop on Wood Road, and more employee housing than would otherwise be required by Code, as well as upgraded design. In addition, a much-impioved landscape plan will be established on the Project, according to a plan to be presented during the 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 24 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29.2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 19 review of the Association's application for Final review approval. The redevelopment project proposes more open space than is required by Code. And, finally, the enhancements to the existing Enclave Condominiums and the architecture of the proposed new units constitute exception design - also an important Community Purpose. The Association is seeking an increase in floor area to provide a means of funding the modernization of its physical plant. The location of and topography surrounding the proposed new units make them minimally visible from neighboring structures. The benefits of the Association's request can be achieved with little negative impact on the Town as a whole or the Multifamily-Residential CPA in particular. This combination of costs and benefits meets or exceeds the requirements of the PUD review criteria. The Town will also receive a revenue benefit through the approval this application. The Town will be paid a real estate transfer tax when each of the new units is sold by the developer of the new building. (5) Dimensional limitations. As discussed in Section 3.B., above, the Association has requested Multi-Family, MF, zoning for Parcel "N". As shown in the following table, the requested project will meet allof the various parameters required in that zone district. A summary of existing and proposed development within Parcel "N" is attached hereto as Exhibit K. The Association's calculations for the Open Space required in the project are found on Exhibit L, attached hereto. All dimensional parameters of The Enclave project will conform with MF zoning requirements Parameter Requirement Proposed Minimum Lot Area (sq. ft.)176,597 Minimr.rm Lot Width 50'50' Minimum Building Setback Set by adopted subdivision plat or PUD plan As shown on Site Plan. In general, ten feet from all principal structure exterior facades Principal Building Maximum Allowable Height 38',38' Accessory Building Maximum Allowable Height l8'l8' Minimum Percent Open Space 2s%2s% Floor Area Ratio 0.75: I .0 0.75:1.0 11-06-17 TC Packet I 10.500 25 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 20 (6)Community Purpose. The Association's application achieves the community purposes identified in Section l6A-5-300(c)(6) of the Code and as detailed in the Town's Comprehensive Plan. The application most clearly advances the interests identified in Subsection a. by providing more affordable housing than is required by Code. As described in greater detail on page 29 of this application, 814 square feet of additional employee housing will be established in the converted Arrivals Center than is strictly required by Code. In addition, the community purpose of fostering the development of public facilities (Code Section l6A-5-300(cX6) e.) is advanced here. As shown in this excerpt from the survey submitted with this application, the Town has proposed that a new bus pullout lane, bus shelter and retaining walls be constructed within the Wood Road right-of-way, just north of the existing Arrival Center. These public facilities will need both a 700 square foot temporary construction easement as well as a permanent encroachment license of the same size forwhatever subjacent support is required to keep the improvements in place. The Association is offering these property rights to the Town in connection with this application. The design improvements proposed for the parking area will also produce a community benefit (Code Section l6A-5-300(c)(6) d.) by establishing more on-site parking on site, thereby reducing the pressure exerted by owners and guests of the project on other parking infrastructure within the Town. In addition to the other benefits of the Association's application, the proposal also promotes the policies embodied in Code Section l64-5-300(cX6) b.) it represents sustainable development. Although The Enclave is a purely residential multifamily project, the proposed development "creates a sense of place where one can live and work within a small defined service area as well as where recreation, public transportation, open space, personal services and shopping are within reasonable walking distance." I 6,4-5-300(c)(6) b. The March 2010 Comprehensive Plan expresses the Town's proposal to build a combined Conference/Performing Arts Center, most likely in the West Village. The modest expansion of The Enclave proposed in this application could supply housing for patrons of that facility. The new units are likely to be different than the short-term accommodations available elsewhere in the village and will fill a different niche than a regular hotel. t ---..I f--Wood Road helter and ew Bus Walls s E ^4*"Y& New Bus Pullout {l a 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 26 of 323 s3g A Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 3l ,2017 and Octob er 30, 2017 Page 2l A key to the concept of "sustainability" is the conservation of existing resources. The Enclave is a good place to allow a modest amount of new construction because development already exists on the site and because it is located near the Town Core. The infrastructure needed to support both the existing and proposed improvements is already in place. A sustainable community is one which allows the redevelopment of older projects so those projects remain vital and competitive. Access to existing mass transportation services and transit corridors are among the benefits of this application. These "transportation efficiencies" are inherent in this redevelopment, "infill" proposal. It simply makes sense to build where these resources already exist. In addition, as stated at the top of page 19, an improved landscape plan, the preservation of more open space than is required by Code and an exceptional design also constitute important Community Purposes achieved by this application. (7)Standards fof granting of variotiozs. As mentioned above . no variations from the dimensional standards of the MF zone district are requested. (B) Parkins. As applicable here, MF zoning requires one space per bedroom, one space per studio unit and one and a half spaces per bedroom in a restricted unit.6 As shown at the bottom of Exhibit M, the Project currently includes 96 free-market residential bedrooms, one bedroom in the deed-restricted manager's apartment and 47 parking spaces. A nonconformity of 50.5 parking spaces will exist once the underlying zoning is designated as MF. The request described in this application is to build an additional 18 free-market residential bedrooms, two deed-restricted studio bedrooms and two deed-restricted two-bedroom unit. With the addition of a parking facility beneath the new five-unit residential building, expansion of the parking area on the northeast comer of the property and reconfiguration of the entry portal, the pro.ject will include a total of 74 parking spaces. The new units and parking spaces will reduce the nonconformity by one and a half spaces, and will provide for substantially improved parking through a greater inventory that can be managed. Owner and guest parking demand will be intensively managed. Each free-market residential unit and each restricted residential unit will be assigned a specific parking space. Three parking spaces located in the circular turnaround in front of the new Arrival Center will be used for short- and moderate-term parking, and will support loading and unloading. One parking space will exist adjacent to the proposed new Arival Building. The remaining l9 parking spaces will be in the tandem stalls in the northeast section of the project and managed by the Association's property manager. All of the parking spaces will meet the requirements of Code Sections l64-4-3 l0(d) and (f). (9) Road Standards. All of the Town's road standards will be met by the proposed changes at The Enclave. 6 Code Section 16A-4-310 (b) 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 27 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 22 F. Review Standards - Code Section l6,4-5-310. The Association's application is consistent with the review standards set forth in Section l64-5- 310 of the Code, as set forth below. (1)Consistency with Comprehensive Plun. The PUD shall be consistent with the intent of the Town's Comprehensive Plun. As discussed in Section 3.B., above, the Association's application is consistent with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan, and, in fact, bolsters many of the policies which are important to the long-range goals of Snowmass Village. Beyond the specific criteria mentioned in the previous sections, the application is consistent with the following additional statements of intent found in the Comprehensive Plan: A. "The preferred plan for the Multifamily-Residential CPA area encourages and facilitates the revitalization and reinvestment of multifamily properties that are aging enough to require capital reserve expenditures." The Association's proposal is entirely consistent with this goal of the Comprehensive plan. The new units and renovation of The Enclave's existing physical plat are designed to revitalize the project and make it more attractive to new owners and guests alike. Sale of the new units should generate cash which makes redevelopment feasible.T B. An important objective for the Mixed Use CPA is to use surface parking more efficiently and to consider reconfigure and increase capacity through parking structures. This application embodies both elements of this objective.8 C. The Town's vision is for a community with a high quality of life with an intimate village atmosphere.e The Association's proposed new units focuses development where it already exists and preserves and enhances the intimate nature of the built environment. D. Improvements in parking management and supply of parking spaces will enhance the sustainabilityof The Enclave and reduce its impact on other infrastructure. The new bus stop and pullout lane will make the project safer and reduce the impact of motor vehicles on the community.lo E. As described on page 29, below, the Association proposes to build more restricted housing than is required by Cods.t t F. Additional housing in the West Village area will be beneficial to a Conference/Performing Arts Center planned for the area. Although not within the West Village, 7 Comprehensive Plan, Section 7.2. 8 Comprehensive Plan, Section 7.3. 9 Comprehensive Plan, Section 2.1. lo Comprehensive Plan, Section 2.2ll Comprehensive Plan, Section 2.3 11-06-17 TC Packet 28 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 23 per se, The Enclave is convenient to the likely site of the Conference/Performing Arts Center, by foot or by bus.r2 G. One policy set forth in the Comprehensive Plan is to "preserve and increase facilities, businesses, employee housing, amenities, and events in the commercial nodes that will attract and retain guests and give everyone more reasons to stay in Snowmass Village. Ensure vitality by: requiring employee housing. concentrating high-occupancy lodging and enhancing employment oppoftunities for local employees." The Association's application embodies each of the elements of this policy.ls (2)Preservation of communily chorficter. The development proposed for the PUD shall be consistent witlt the standards of Section 16A-4-340, Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character, shall be compotible with, or an enhancement of, the charucter of exisling land uses in the orea ond shull not udversely affect the future developmenl of the surrounding urea. Each of the requirements of this Section will be dealt with in sequence Consistencv with of Section l6A-4-340 The purposes of this section of the Code "are intended to preserve the character of the Town as a unique mountain setting, in which development is an element of the natural environment, and does not dominate those natural features." The changes requested by the Association are modest in scale and do no violence to the unique setting of the project or the Town to the surrounding environment. In fact, the modemization which is the purpose and focus of the Association's application will enhance the relationship between the project and its surroundings. Section 16A-4-340(c). (1)Site integration. Building design shall be influenced by, und sholl respond to, the naturalfeatures and mountain setting that surround the property. Structures shall be designed so they do not overwhelm the surrounding mountoin environment. The stair step design of the proposed new building and its visual extension of the existing Enclave complex are a natural response to the existing relationship between the project and the surrounding ski slope. a.Minimize modification. Developments should be planned to minimize the extent to which it is necessary to modify the natural teruain and natural wutercourses. where earthmoving techniques ure necessary, man-made forms should be soft and natural in appearonce. Natural water features should be preserved and enhanced. l2 Comprehensive Plan, Section 4.2 l3 Comprehensive Plan, Section 4.3. 29 of 3231 1-06-17 TC Packet Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 24 No disturbance of the natural terrain or watercourses is proposed. Although some earthmoving will be necessary to create the below-grade parking garage and associated new units, the resulting structure will have a soft and natural appearance. Indigenous details. Indigenous details ond landscupe uccents, such lrts streams, boulders, trees und wildflowers, should be used to connect the development to natural conditions. The preliminary landscape plan, shown on the plans as Sheet L1.0, reflects the inclusion of indigenous natural features (mostly existing trees and surrounding vegetation) in the landscaping proposed for the Project. c.Complement natural landforms. New buildings should be designed to complement naturul landforms, by setting them into the slope, or by reflecting the angles and shapesfound in the nutural landscape. Building massing should be broken up or stepped along u slope, to conform to the shape, aspect und scale of the natural terrain. As discussed above, the new building will complement the existing slope, as an extension of the existing structure. The stair step design conforms to the shape and scale of existingterrain. S!rc. Inlerpretive information snd signs should be used to drah' attention to nature and mountoin ecology. Not applicable Grade. Awkward chunges of grade in public spuces should be avoided, Natural grade chunges shoultl be used to separale und de/ine uctivity oreas. The needs of disabled persons should be considered in the layout of uses and in circulation patterns, us circulation on sloping terruin cun be on obstacle to the disabled. There are no abrupt changes in grade. The new building conforms to regulations which require "reasonable accommodation" to the needs of disabled persons. (2)Scole and moss. Buildings shall be designed to ensure thot they are not perceived as being monumental in scale. The new building, including the new units, are of modest scale, will in accordance with the existing building pattern and will not be perceived as monumental in scale. o.Relation to scale of surrounding buildings. The height ancl mass of new buildings should be related to the prevailing scale, form and proportion of surrounding buildings, to avoid overwhelming or dominating the existing character of the orea. b. d e. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 30 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 25 The height, mass, scale and form of the new building are consistent with that of the existing project, and those of the Crestwood Condominiums, Chamonix Condominiums and more modest than those of Woodrun Place and are substantially less than the immediately-adjacent Base Village buildings. b.Design orticulation. Groups of buildings should be locsted to avoid creating a "wull" or "row" effect. Individual buildings should incorporate offsets or projections that relieve the visual effect of a single long wall, help to urticulate individual units or groups of units ond give the appearance the building is made up of a collection of smaller structures. Buildings should be sited so their longest frontoges are not on their most visible sides. Because the new units in the new building have been designed to "stair step" along the slope, there is no wall or row effect created. c.Humun scale. People spoces should respect human scale. The design shoultl include articulated building and roof conJigurations; staggered roof lines; sloping roof forms with overhangs; setbacks of upper stories; variutions in grade level, floor plane oncl wall textures; spatiol enclosure; and the use of design elements thal break up the volume of space. All of the elements required by this review standard are present in the design of the new units and building. screen mechanical equipment. The roofs of strucrures containing nonresidential or multi-fomily uses should be designed to screen heating, ventilation ond mechanicol equipment from view from neighboring properties and p ubl ic rights-of-w ay. AII of the mechanical equipment servicing the new units will be located in the basement area. (3) Buildins moterials. Buildings shall be designed with natural materials and details that are indigenous to Colorudo and that ore nonreflective. The new building makes use of native stone, wood siding and timbers and stucco. None of those materials will be reflective. Aulhenticity. Materials should be predominantly authentic in their appearance, with natural textures ond weathering. Materials. The indigenous materials of the surrounding mounlains should be conveyed by integrating heavy timbers, natural siding muterials and rock into the building design. d. o. b. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 31 of323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 26 The design of the proposed new building is fully consistent with these principles (4) Climate/solur orientation. Buildings should be locoted to maximize their exposure to winter sun and natural light, and for protection from wind and temperature extremes. The sixing, height and placement of windows should toke udvantage of the sun's seasonsl track and the intensity of solar rodiation that is found in the area. Windows on the new units are oriented to take maximum benefit from solar radiation, given the stair step design of the new building and the orientation of the existing project. (5) Wews. Buildings should be oriented to take odvanlage of views and view corridors, and to frome views and enclose open space, but sltould also preserve importont sight lines, overlooks and lsndmurks os viewed from public roodways and other public spaces, and os viewed from neighboring developmenls, Buildings shall be located to comply with the provisions of Section I6A-4-50(f), Ridgeline Protection Areos. The proposed location and height of the new building and the associated new units has been carefully designed to maximize views from the new units and to minimize the impact on the views from existing units in The Enclave and from neighboring properties - in particular, from the Crestwood Condominiums, Chamonix Condominiums and Woodrun Place. (See Exhibit H.) This completes the Design Guidelines set forth in Section l6A-4-340(c). The following narrative interprets the remaining standards required by Section l64-5-3 I 0. Section 16A-5-310(3). (3)Creative oDDroach. The development proposed for the PUD represents a creative approach to the development ond use of land ond related physical focilities to produce better developments and to provide amenities for residents of the PUD ond the public in general, The Association believes the approach described in this application represents a creative approach in adding units to The Enclave. Because the stair step design is consistent with the existing project, it will be seen as entirely consistent with the original project. (4) Landscoping. Proposed londscaping for the PUD sholl provide suf/icient buffering of uses from one another (both within the PUD and between the PIID and surrounding lands) to minimize noise, glare ond other adverse impacts, shall create ottroctive streetscapes ond parking oreas ond shall be consistent with the character of the Town. As shown on the Landscaping Plan shown on Sheet Ll.0 of the plans submitted with this application, landscaping will fully screen the new building from the surrounding development and minimize the impact of the new units on existing condominium projects. Because the new building is built into the slope, noise, glare and other potentially adverse impacts of the development are substantially reduced. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 32 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 27 (s)Comply with development evoluotion stondards. The PUD sholl comply with ull applicuble provisions of Article IV of this Development Code, Development Evaluation Standards. Because The Enclave exists close to the core of the Town, within an area which has long been developed, very few of the provisions of Article IV are negatively impacted by the improvements proposed for the Project, including the new units. Relevant sections of Article IV of the Code include the following: None of the Division I provisions of Article IV are implicated by this proposal. Division 2. Improvement Stondords Sec. 16A-4-210. Streels oncl related improvements. The additional six units will generate very little additional traffic because of the modest increase in the number of units and because most owners and guests will utilize the Association's shuttle service or the Town's bus system for transportation and take advantage of the immediate proximity and pedestrian access to Base Village. Because only six new units are proposed, the Association asks that the trip generation elements of the Code be waived in this case. The driveway will not be materially changed, and will comply with the technical requirements of the Town's driveway standards. Sec. 16A-4-220. Public truils. No new trail connections are proposed for the Project. Sec. 16A-4-230. lVater supply, sewoge disposol, solid woste disposal ond utilities. Water, sewage, solid waste disposal and other utilities will be provided by services which already exist at The Enclave. All new utility lines will be placed underground. Sec. 16A-4-240. Fire protection. Fire protection shall be provided by the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District. The new units, including the driveways which serve it, comply with the District's standards. Sec. 16A-4-250. Storm drainage. The site plan for the new units has been designed to not cause storm drainage and flood water pattems to exceed the Town's existing infrastructure. Sec. 16A-4-260. Easement choracteristics. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 33 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30.2017 Page 28 No new easements are required to accommodate the Association's plans All other provisions of Division 2 are met by the application. Division 3. Site Design Standords. Sec. l6A-4-310. Off-street parking stsndards. As discussed above, the proposalprovides 2Yzmore off-street parking spaces than are required by the new units under the Code; and provides a significantly higher ratio of parking spaces per unit. All parking spaces will conform to the Town's requirements, as set forth in Sections 16A-4- 310(d) and (f) of the Code. Sec. l6A-4-320. Lundscaping, grading antl other design stunclsrds. As shown in the Landscape Plan shown on Sheet A0.l of the plans submitted with this application, the proposal meets the Landscaping Standards and other related requirements of the Code. Sec. I 6A-4-3 3 0. Energy conservation No energy conservation plan is required for an amendment to an existing PUD. Although not required, an Energy Conservation Plan with Shadow Studies has been included with this Application. Sec. 16A-4-340. Building design guidelines to preserve community character. (c) Building Design Guidelines. (l) Site integration. The new building is visually consistent with the existing project. The proposed landscaping plan has made use of indigenous vegetation and natural features. Massing of the new units is modest and the spaced along the slope. No awkward or noticeable changes in grade exist within the proposed new construction. (2) Scale und Mass. The new construction is consistent with the existing Enclave complex. The stair step design of the new building avoids the appearance of a "wall." The new building, including the at-grade entrance area, has been designed on a human scale. All of the mechanical equipment forthe new structure will be located in or adjacent to the underground parking garage, well screened from outside view. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 34 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 29 (3) Building Materials. Both the new construction and the renovations to the existing project use building materials which are indigenous to Colorado. (4) C limote/S o I ar o rie ntot io n The stair step aspect of the new building will facilitate capture of sunlight and the retention of solar heat. (5) Views. Views within the new units are focused on the ski slopes adjacent to the project. The units also have views of Fanny Hill and the surrounding area. Views from existing projects, and in particular, the Crestwood Condominiums, Chamonix and Woodrun Place, and existing portions of The Enclave, will be preserved. Siting and design of the new units has minimizedthe visual impacts of the proposed construction on adjacent property. Division 4. Stondards for Restricted Housing Sec. 16A-4-410. Restricted housing requirements. The Code recognizes that new development within The Enclave will generate additional employment within Snowmass Village. The number of employees "generated" is established through a formula set forth in Code Section l6A-4-410(a). To establish the amount of employee housing mitigation required for new development in the project, it is necessary to deduct the mitigation which would be required if the existing project were to be built today from the mitigation required if the entire "redeveloped" project were to be constructed today. These calculations are found in Exhibit M, attached hereto. As shown in the exhibit, a developer constructing the fully "redeveloped" Enclave project, in the configuration requested in this application, would be required to build 6,318.5 square feet of employee housing. A developer constructing the existing project would be required to build 6,131 square feet of employee housing. The difference, 187.5 square feet, is attributable to the new development and must be accommodated in the current proposal. Further, the current proposal seeks to convert the existing manager's apartment of 800 square feet to free-market residential use. Per Code Section 16A-4- 401(e)(2), the 800 square feet of employee housing must be relocated within the project. The total amount of affordable housing required in the project as requested in this application is, therefore, 988 (800 + 187.5) square feet. The Association plans to build three new affordable housing units in what is now the Arrival Center - two studio units and one two-bedroom unit. The total square footage of the three units is 1,828 square feet. In addition, a two-bedroom affordable unit of 822 square feet is proposed for the new building. This sum of the proposed new affordable housing exceeds the affordable housing requirement of 988 square feet by 1,662 square feet. As mentioned in Section 3.D., 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 35 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 30 above, this "bonus" affordable housing is one of the community benefits provided in this application. Division 5. Sign Stondards. All signage on the Project will comply with the provisions of the Code This completes the Standards set forth in Article IV of the Code. The following narrative interprets the remaining standards required by Section l6A-5-310 (6)Suitability for development. The property proposed for the PUD shall be suitable for development, consiclering ils topography, environmental features and ony natural or man-made hazards thal alfect its development potential. As a part of the existing Enclave project, the proposed location of the proposed new units is an ideal site for additional development. There are no hazards on the locus of the new units which cause it to be unsuitable for the construction plans of the Association. ((7) Spatial pattern sholl be fficient. The PUD sholl be located to uvoid creating spatiol patterns that cause inefJiciencies in the delivery of public services, or that require duplication or premature extension of public focilities. o.Roads. Any new roud developed to serve the PUD shall be continuous and in alignment with existing platted slreets to which lhe street is to be connected. ll'here appropriate, new streets shall be plonned so thst they can create an interconnected Town road network, with provision for odequale road and utility efisements. ll'here cul-de-sacs are used in the development, the applicant is encouraged to provide a trail or similar pedestriun link between them. ll'ater and sewer lines, Any |i)oter or sewet line extension necessary to serve the PUD shall be consistent with the Snowmoss Water and Sanitation District's service plan and the Town's Comprehensive Plan. All of the required utilities and other services described in this standard already exist on the site because The Enclave has been developed for 36 years and because it is located near the core of the Town. (8) Spatial pattern shall be ef/icient. The PUD shull be located to avoid ueating spatial patterns thut cause inefJiciencies in the delivery of public services, or that require duplication or premoture extension of publicfacitities. u.Roads. Any new road developed to serve the PIID shull be continuous and in alignment with exisling plotted slreets to which the street is to be connected. where appropriate, new streets shalt be plonnecl so that they can create an interconnected Town road network, with provision for adequate road and utility b. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 36 of 323 Application of The Enclave Association November 29,2016, revised January 31,2017 and October 30,2017 Page 3 I easements. Where cul-de-sacs are used in the development, the applicant is encouroged to provide a lroil or similar pedestriun link between them. lYater and sewer lines. Any woter or seb)er line exlension necessary to serve the PUD shall he consistent with the Snowmass Water and Sonitation District's service plan and the Town's Comprehensive Plon. Redevelopment of The Enclave bythe addition of six new units will enhance the existing spatial pattern within the Village. No new roads will be created in the proposed development. All changes in the water and sewer lines which serve the Property will conform to the service plan of the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. The Town's Comprehensive Plan is not implicated by the water and sewer service to be provided to the new units. (9) Phasing. If the PUD is to be developed in phases, then each phase shull contain the required streets, ulilities, landscaping and other improvements that ore necessory and desirable for residents of the project. If the PUD incorporates any amenities for the bene/it of the Town, such as lroil connections, lhese shall be constructed within the first phase of the project, or, tf this is not possible, then us early in the project os is reusonable. New construction for the Project will be constructed in two phases so as to minimize disruption of use by existing unit owners. New Units will be constructed only in the final phase. 4. Conclusion For the reasons stated above, The Enclave Association, Inc. requests that its application for a Minor PUD Amendment for Parcel "N" subdivision be approved as described above. Sincerely, E. MICHAEL HOFFMAN. P.C. E. Michael Hoffman b. { 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 37 of323 PR()PottD |ttw vrrw tRoil iloRIl'ltAJT PioPoltD ilEw uitTs, vtttv IR0I ilollllwE5l lD0txDuil, 0(Tottt !0, IotI: ADDlTIoll 0F oilr rrroiDtSu Prtroljsu ?ioP0tED flrt.llilfl BUil.DilG (6 loilt UIilTS). [rtlJDH tfDlloror rr ilflGt{T r il$ 0r ru TiliIt rillMuYuot ToY{trl. AI0 fll(t0Jri6 0t IITtuot (t0l TlltrE rEilDtlilcl & [l$ilG itYttv{, toilE Tltil Itiovt0 I0i tuitll, ttt LAllDt(lPt Puil t0t PioPottD tillDtuPt Dil{tfl.) 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L'reR rr\?tEuilrutY 0trEto?itn tm tuxTT\\u--hM r--l_l------]_ttlr0r * M 'ffi@UEffiAtrUYE@EffiE Mr,4l@ tE g, ff rffi @ G m[rum r( Es rffi rEtEe{,fiBuM960?,ffi6tru 84ft{[E4UWAffit& PARKING INFORMATION: @ft@ffi&EI:@ EE gITE PLAN, OE5CRBED A9 FOLLAA9. LINE AB. O' FROU rc"O3ED ruILP N6 FOO.R NT, LINE BA. O FROM NORTH PROPERft LNE. LINE CD, IO FrcM AJILD N6 FOOFRNT, LINE DE. IO' FP.,V EA31 PROPERTY LINE. LNE EF. IO FROM BUIL'IN6 FOATPRINT, L NE F6. IO' FROil EA9T EDEE OF aENCRAL EAgEMENT, L NE 6A. IO FR,AU. ROPOSEO zu LD N6 FOOFR NT, "RA?OgED l,l PRAaaSeD 5ElBAOK GIOUI . i- =65= =to- <E E= U:-- -s'o :- =o = 3 !, s d d : I t I[Uf, DtYtrOPiilI Ift PW AI.! 1s *€ + GaaE#EWD Exhibit J Revised October 30. 2017 THE ENCLAVE GONDOMINIUMS - Unit Equivalency Table Revised October 26,2017 Unit No. ACTUAL AREA Total Area Proposed Addition Cateqory BASE FACTOR MULTI. PLIER UNIT EQUIV, Converted Unit 100 800 750 1,550 ilt o.75 0.50 0.80 Unit 101 '1,860 1,800 lll 0.75 3.60 1.11 Unit 102 1,170 1,',t70 I 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 103 1 ,170 1 ,170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 104 1,170 1 .170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 105 1 .170 1,170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 106 1 ,170 1 ,170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 107 '1,545 1,545 Il 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit 108 1,545 '1,545 ilt 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit '109 1 ,170 1 ,170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 1,545 lilUnit 1 10 't,545 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit 11'l 1 ,170 1 ,170 ll 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 1 12 't,170 1 .170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 'l'13 1,545 1,877 ilt o.75 3.77 1 .13 Unat 201 1,860 '1,860 il 075 3.60 1 .11 Unit 202 't,170 1 ,170 ll 0.5 1 .71 0.59 Unit 203 1 ,170 1 ,170 I 0.5 't.71 0.59 Unit 204 1 .170 1 ,170 I 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 205 1 ,170 1 ,170 il 0.5 1 .71 0.59 Unit 206 1 ,170 1 ,170 lt 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 207 1,545 1,545 u 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit 208 1,545 1,545 ilt 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit 209 1.170 1.'170 il 0.5 1.7'l 0.59 Unil 210 1,545 '1,545 ilt 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit 211 1 ,170 1 ,170 I 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unil212 1 ,170 1,170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 213 't,545 332 1,877 ilt 0.75 3.77 1.13 Unit 301 1,860 'l,860 ilt 0.75 3.60 't.11 Unit 302 1,',t70 I ,170 I 0.5 1.7'l 0.59 Unit 303 1.170 1.170 I 0.5 1.7'l 0.59 Unit 304 1,170 1,170 I 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 305 1,170 1,170 lt 0.5 1 .71 0.59 Unit 306 1,170 1,170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 307 1,545 1 ,545 ilt 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit 308 1,545 1,545 fl 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit 309 1 ,170 1,'t70 ll 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 310 1,545 1,545 fl 0.75 0.45 0.80 Unit 311 1 ,170 1,170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 312 1 ,170 1 ,170 il 0.5 1.71 0.59 Unit 313 1 ,545 1,545 il 0.75 0.45 0.80 New Unit 1 3197 3,1 97 IV 1.75 6.97 3.49 New Unit 2 1376 1,376 il 0.5 3.77 0.69 1382 1,382 il u bvNew Unit 3 0.5 New Unit 4 2548 2,548 IV 1.75 0.48 1.87 New Unit 5 2561 2,561 tv 1.75 0.61 1.90 PROJECT ACREAGE:4.05 NUMtsIR OI- UNI IS:45 65,478TOTAL UNIT SQUARE FOOTAGE: AVERAGE UNIT SIZE: 1,455.07 UNITS PER ACRE: 11.11 TOTAL UNIT EQUIVALENCY: 37.03 0.82AVERAGE UNIT EQUIVALENCY: 0 26 16 3 AREA Addition Area 45 TOT Total Number of Units MULTI-FAM. I MULTI-FAM. II MULTI-FAM. III MULTI.FAM. IV 9.14EQUIVALENCY UNITS PER ACRE: 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 44 of 323 THE ENCTAVE ASSOCIATION, INC. IMPROVEMENT PROJECT MINOR PUD APPLICATION EXHIBIT K tAND USE CHART, AREA CATCULATIONS PROPOSED DIM ENSIONAL PARAMETERS UNDERLYING ZONE MF Existing Residential Units (39) 93 Beds PRNCPL. BLDG. HGT 38' Basement (no exclusion token)800 ACCESS. BLDG, HGHT,18', Level 7 (includes fireploce oreo)L8,227 FAR 75:L Level 2 (includes fireplace oreo)77,618 SETBACKS: ln general 10'from footprint Level 3 (includes fireploce orea)r7,892 of structures, see Site Plan for clarification. IBalconies (50% of covered area beyond 4')682 Patios (50% of covered area beyond 4')341 Note: All other pordmeters not listed Entry Walkways (50% of covered area)4,802 ore proposed to Jollow MF Zone Carports (50% of covered area)4,222 requirements. Stairs & Elevators (originating floor only)936 Sub-Total: Existing Residential 65,514 MINIMUM TOTAREA Base 3,00c Existing Arrivals Building First Bed (49x1500) Lower Level 7,O4C Add. Bed (71xs00)35,50C Upper Level 788 Total Req. Sub-Total: Existing Arrivals Area 1,828 Total Lot Area t76,597 (add Boiler 151 SF & Fitness 490 SF)2,469 Total Addition Lol Total Existing Area 67,983 New Arrivals Building BEDS BY UNIT TYPE Bed Quantity Basement C Existinp Grade Level (includes Boiler)!,775 2 Bedroom (24)48 Upper Level (includes Fitness)1,335 3 Bedroom (12)36 Sub-Total New Arrivals 2,5t0 4 Bedroom (3)t2 Non Res./Arrivols Building Growth 41 1 Bedroom RHU (1)1 % non residential growth equals 1.65 Total Existing Beds 97 New Unit Areas Proposed New Additions Conversion of Existing (750 SF) + New at Units 113 and 213 (664 SF)1,4L4 Bed Add. To Exist. (2)2 Level 1 Floor Area 2 Bedroom (3)6 Level 2 Floor Area 3 Bedroom (2)6 Level 3 Floor Area Balconies (50% of covered area beyond 4')Studio RHU (2)2 Patios (50% of covered area beyond 4') Entry Walkways (50% of covered area)Bed. Add to RHU (1)1 Carports (50% of covered area)4,790 Total Proposed Beds Stairs & Elevators (originating floor only)282 Sub-Total: New Unit Area Proposed Totals subtroct 490 (Fitness) previouslv included 2 Bedroom (27)54 Total New Area 21,383 3 Bedroom (12)36 Total quantity Proposed Units 45 Total quantity Existing Units 39 Studio RHU (2)2 Total Site Area (SF)L76,591 Total Site Area (Acre)4.0541 Total Beds Existing SF Density t6,769 /Acre Proposed SF Density Existing Unit Density 9.6199 /Acre (Does not include Employee Units) Proposed Unit Densitv 11.0998 /Acre (Does not include Employee units) Unit Density Difference 1.4800 /Acre (Does not include Employee Units) FAR NOTES: No exlcusions taken for Basements or Mechanical areas, these are included in Building areas. Attic and Crawlspace areas not applicable. Exclusions include veneer, subgrade parking, & exterior storage. 11-06-'l REVISED 64,591 Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom RHU the the October THE ENCLAVE ASSOCIAT!ON, INC. IMPROVEMENT PROJECT MINOR PUD APPLICATION EXHIBIT M RESTRICTED HOUSI NG REQUIREMENTS CATCUTATIONS (All Employee/New Unit Areas below ore included in FAR calculations) Existinp Employee Unit 800 L-Bed (Existing Employee Unit relocated to Existing Arrivols) Post Dev: Employee Generation Rate Type of Use quantity Rate Employees Generated First FSA 45 0.3200 14.4000 Additional FSA 0.1000 Office (4.93/1000)2L1 202.8398 1..0402 Fitness (.95/1000)448 t,041,.6667 0.4301 Meetins (.97/IO00l 760 1,030.9278 0.7372 Lobby/Stora ge/Ci rc./Mech.r,022 N/A EGR = TOTAL SF REQ. - EGR x 60% x 448 sl = Pre Dev: Employee Generation Rate Type of Use Quantity Rate Employees Generated First FSA 39 0.3200 12.4800 Additional FSA 57 0.1000 5.7000 Office (4.93/1000)323 202.8398 L.5924 Fitness (.96/1000 490 1.,041..6667 o.4704 Meetins (.97/10001 610 L,030.9278 0.5917 Lobby/Storage/Circ./M ech.N/A EGR =20.8345 subtract 1 FTE 19.8345 TOTAL SF REQ. - EGR x448x600/ox715o/o=6131.237542 Post Dev subtract Pre Dev = Add Existing Employee Unit SF 800 Add Existing Employee Unit SF (800) = TOTAL SF. REQ. Areas: Proposed Employee Units in Existing Arrivals Building (1,828 SF)Unit Size Unit 1: Studio 523 Unit 2: Studio 601 Unit 3: 2 Bedroom 704 Total Restricted Housing Area Proposed Subtract Total Restricted Housing Area Required Equal ADDITIONAL Restricted Housing Area PARKING CATCULATIONS Lond Use Chort bed unit Existing Beds Parking Rate Parking Req. Existing Unit Beds 96 1 96 Existins RHU Beds 1 1.50 1.50 Total 97.s0 Total Existing Parking Spaces Proposed Beds Parking Rate Parking Req. Proposed Unit Beds 1 Proposed RHU Beds 1.50 Proposed RHU Studio 2 1.50 3.00 Total Required New Parking Spaces Total Proposed New Parking Spaces Total Proposed Parking 11-06-17 TC Packet 46 of 323 REVISED Jnit in Prooosed Buildine 822 187.58tt442 988 348 18 3 74 were revised with the the October 2017 Addendumtn EXHIBIT P October 30,2017 The Enclave Association, lnc., lmprovement Project - Minor PUD Application Parking Mandgement Plon & Traffic lmpacts Existing Parking & Circulation: The Enclave Condominium Complex currently has 47 parking spaces. Most of the spaces (43) are located under carports, with the remaining 4 spaces being adjacent to the existing Arrival Building. Loading, unloading, and drop-offs are currently very problematic and are often accomplished by parking in driveway circulation areas - thus creating a hazardous situation. Vehicle circulation is generally constricted - all vehicles entering the property must, at a minimum, perform a three-point turn to exit the site. Excess vehicles, randomly parked along the narrow driveway, clog the movement of all vehicles. Proposed Parking & Circulation: With this proposal, there are 27 proposed parking spaces for a total parking count of 74 spaces. Twenty- three (23) new bedrooms are proposed with a total new TOSV parking requirement of 25.5 spaces (for Parking Calculations see Exhibit M). Most of the existing & proposed spaces (70) are located under carports or in a subgrade parking structure with the remaining 3 spaces being adjacent to the proposed Arrival Building and 1, space located at the far east of the east parking area. Twenty-eight (28) parking spaces are proposed in a tandem parking configuration. All parking spaces are off-street parking and only serve The Enclave Condominiums. For parking configuration and general dimensions, see the Preliminary Site Plan(s). All parking areas are proposed to be paved, and all driveway & parking areas exposed to weather will utilize the existing snowmelt system (the overall quantity of snow-melting will not exceed the existing snow-melt square-footage). To improve circulation, a new Traffic Circle is proposed at the entry driveway from Wood Road. lt is located at the mid-point of the Parking Area and adjacent to the new Arrival Building. This will eliminate three-point turns, and provide for a short to moderate time-frame Parking Area for check-ins, loading & drop-offs. Porking Monogement Plon : The Enclove Condominiums intends to Manoge the 74 porking spoces os follows: . 3 porking stolls in the turn-oround ore for short to moderote time frome porking, ond will support looding, unlooding, ond drop-offs. . 1 spqce odjocent to the Proposed Arrivol Building is dedicoted to o Shuttle van. See "Shuttle" comments below. o lt is onticipated thot eoch of the 45 units con hove on ossigned spoce. o The 4 Restricted Housing Units will be ossigned o total of 6 spaces. o The remoining 19 spaces would be monoged by the Property Monogement Stoff. See "Tqnde m" com me nts be low. Refer to the Preliminary Site Plan for specific parking assignment locations. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 47 of323 Other Transportation/Parking I mprovements: Reduced Parking Need and Traffic lmpact: The only full-time occupied Unit at the Enclave Condominiums is the existing employee unit. Total occupancy outside of the employee unit was 293% forthe last fiscal year. The existing Units are primarily second homes and/or vacation rental dwellings, with limited occupancy. There are currently 2l- rental Units and 1,8 non-rental Units. Many of these visitors utilize the Property Management Shuttle and local & regionaltransit services, and although some may have a vehicle, the use is limited during their stay. It is anticipated that this limited vehicle use will continue to diminish with the existing and proposed Units due to the proposed new Shuttle Bus Stop, and the crosswalk directly accessing Base Village (both new features located directly adjacent to the Enclave Entry), along with a continued and improved Property Management Shuttle Van System. Three bike storage areas are also proposed within the parking areas, with one of these bike areas dedicated to an E-bike loan system. Property Management Shuttle Van System: Traffic trips and parking needs have been reduced and continue to decline due to the existing and popular private Shuttle Service provided bythe Property Manager. This Shuttle Van System serves the Woodrun Place, Chamonix, and Enclave Condominium Complexes, and provides 3 on-call Vans which circulate throughout the Snowmass area and to the Aspen Airport. A dedicated Shuttle Van parking space is proposed at the Enclave. Local Transit/Bus Stop: Wood Road is a transit route for the Snowmass Village Shuttle. The proposed new Bus Stop is planned to be located directly adjacent to the Enclave Entry. A short "accessible" sidewalk is proposed to connect from Enclave to the Bus Stop. lt is anticipated that this will further reduce the need for vehicle traffic trips as well as parking. ln addition, the proposed new crosswalk at the bus stop will provide direct pedestrian access from Enclave to Base Village - further reducing the need for vehicle traffic trips Tandem Parking: Twenty-eight (28) tandem parking spaces are proposed (two rows of 1.4 spaces each). All the tandem spaces will be managed by the Property Management Staff who will have on-site Staff Memberstoassistwithparkingduringnormaldaytimehoursandatpeaktimes. Ten(10)ofthese tandem spaces will be spaces assigned to those Owners/Occupants who own multiple units and/or have reduced overall vehicle trips, these Owners will have control & coordination of theirtandem parking, with assistance from Staff as needed. The remaining 1-8 tandem spaces will be controlled & coordinated by the Property Management Staff. The use of these tandem spaces will be flexible, and determined on an as-needed basis for day-to-day parking needs and for seasonal fluctuations. I 1-06-17 TC Packet 48 of 323 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda ltem Summary DATE OF MEETING November 2,2017 AGENDA ITEM: 2018 Road Mill Levy Fund (PUBLIC HEARING) PRESENTED BY: Anne Martens, Public Works Director BACKGROUND: This agenda item is to receive public comment on the proposed project list for the 2018 road improvement projects pursuant to section 4-14 of the Municipal Code. The proposed 2018 Road Fund Projects include: Stellar Lane Meadow Road Brush Creek Road - Sinclair to Meadow Road Carriage Way (Wood Road to Tree House - Crack Filling and Concrete Sealing) The attached map illustrates the sections that are proposed to have an asphalt overlay and associated improvements. ln the spring of 2018, staff will inspectthe road, confirm the project list or make appropriate adjustments to stay within the allotted project budget. The bid package will be assembled in the winter with the intention to have a project under construction in late May or early June. FINANCIAL lMPACT: These projects are funded from the Road Fund and $250,000 is included in the 201gproposed budget. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOA6 & OBJECTIVES: The investment in the Town's Roads is part of the goal and objective to broadly evaluate the Town's capital needs and make strategic improvements in infrastructure COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 49 of 323 Coordination with the utility companies is taking place to ensure that there are no conflicts between projects. No action by Council is necessary STAFF RECOMMENDATION: 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 50 of 323 11-06-17 TC Packet EXHIBIT A 51 of 323 2018 Road Fund Projects Creek Rd ftcW*rt.t@ SIIOWilIASS i il,-<)a' ",PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMTNT N A Ln 7 Legend -20'18 Road Overlay Projects Town of Snowmass Village Agenda ltem Summary DATE OF MEETING November 6,2017 AGENDA ITEM: Public Hearing and Resolution No. 40, Series of 2017-A RESOLUTION SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY,2018 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEIUBER,2OlS AND APPROPRIATING SUMS OF MONEY TO ALL FUNDS FOR THE 2018 BUDGET YEAR. PRESENTED BY Clint Kinney, Town Manager Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director BACKGROUND: Per the Home Rule Charter, the Town Manager shall submit to the Town Council the proposed budget and capital program for the fiscal year commencing January 1st with an accompanying budget message. The 2018 budget was introduced to the Town Council on October 2,2017. The Town Council met for an in-depth review of the budget on October 9,2017 and October 13,2017 and had a follow-up meeting October 16,2017 . Per the Home Rule Charter, a public hearing and a resolution are required to adopt the budget and appropriate funds for 2018. The Financial Advisory Board presented their budget comments at the October 9,2017 Town Council meeting and recommended adoption of the 2018 proposed budget. Changes to the 2018 budget include the following General Fund o a a lncrease in revenues to offset increases in electricalwaste fees lncrease in RTA revenues from updated projection lncrease Transfer-ln RETT-adjust benefits for actual changes $32,000 $11,549 $16,676 11-06-17 TC Packet 52 ot 323 REVENUES $60,225 . lncrease in Police for fingerprinting machine quote . lncrease in Rec Center to adjust for benefits coverages. lncrease in Solid Waste dump fees-adj for electrical waste fees. lncrease in Onetime costs for Community Garden EXPENDITURES lncrease in Transfer Out-G.F. to adjust benefits coverages/rec ctr EXPENDITURES a $ 3,000 $16,676 $32,000 $ 5,000 $56,676 $16,676 $16,676 FINANCIAL IMPACT: The 2018 Budget Summary and Budget Documents are attached APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECNVES These were included in the Budget Message presented to Council on October 2,2017 COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Approve Resolution No. 40, Series of 2017 2. Approve Resolution No. 40, Series of 2017 with modifications 3. Deny approval of Resolution No. 40, Series of 2017 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff Recommends approval of Resolution No. 40, Series of 2017 ATIACHMENTS: A. Resolution No. 40, Series of 2017 B. All Funds Budget Summary C. 2018 Budget Document-all funds 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 53 of 323 RETT Fund SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 40 SERIES OF 2017 A RESOLUTION SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 2018 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER,2O18 AND APPROPRIATING SUMS OF MONEY TO ALL FUNDS FOR THE 2018 BUDGET YEAR. WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village has appointed Clint Kinney, Town [Vlanager to prepare and submit a proposed budget to the Town Council by December 31, 2017; and WHEREAS, Clint Kinney, Town Manager has submitted a proposed 2018 budget to the Town Council on October 2,2017; and WHEREAS, projected expenditures have been budgeted with projected revenues and reserves so that the budget remains in balance, as required by law; and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village has made provision therein for revenues and fund balance in an amount equal to or greater than the total proposed expenditures as set forth in said budget; and WHEREAS, the 2018 Highway User Tax and County Road and Bridge Funds will be expended on road projects in the Public Works Road Division and Road Fund; and WHEREAS, upon due and proper notice, published and posted in accordance with the law, said revised and proposed budget was open for inspection by the public at the Town Clerk's office, a Public Hearing was held on November 6, 2017, and interested taxpayers were given the opportunity to file or register any objections to said revised and proposed budget. NOW, THEREFORE, BE lT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: That the estimated expenditure for 2018 for each fund is as follows: General Fund $19,443,032.00 Housing Fund 1,338,708.00 Debt Service Fund 987,369.00 Mountain View Fund 607,129.00 Lottery Fund 23,000.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 3,543,931.00 Mountain View Phase ll Fund 233,428.00 Road Fund 3,133,082.00 Excise Tax Fund 37,000.00 11-06-17 TC Packet 54 of 323 17-40 Page 2 Marketing & Special Events Fund POST Fund Capital lmprovement Project Fund Capital Equipment Reserve Fund Group Sales Fund REOP Fund General Fund Operating Expenditures $ Capital Expenditures CERF-Transfer Building/Equipment Reserve Expenditures Droste-Pikin Cty Expenditures CIP-Transfer One{ime Expenditures Total Expenditures $ Capital Reserves Emergency Contingency & TABOR Other Desig nations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Total General Fund Housi nq Autho nd Operating Expenditures Capital Expenditures Transfer out-ClP Total Expenditures Capital Reserve Emergency/Contingency Reserve Other Designations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Total Housing Fund Total Fund Expenditures $39,774,778.00 Section Two. That the following sums are hereby appropriated from the revenue of each fund, to each fund, for the purposes stated: 5,088,520.00 111,468.00 2,754,500.00 422,921.00 2,040,690.00 10,000.00 16,134,889.00 208,510.00 330,000.00 932.00 510,000.00 696,500.00 1.562.201.00 19,443,032.00 747,979.00 4,680,656.00 s,304,884.00 $ 10,733,519.00 $ 30,176,550.00 $ 864,243.00 24,465.00 450,000.00 $ 1,338,709.00 434,380.00 224,999.00 410.271.00 $ 1,069,550.00 $ 2,408,258.00 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 55 of 323 17-40 Page 3 Debt Service Fund Debt Service Operating Expend itures Total Expenditures Debt Service Reserve Total Fund Balance Total Debt Service Fund Mountain View Fund Operating Expenditu res Debt Service Capital Expenditures Sub{otal Transfer-ClP Total Expenditures $ 984,369.00 3,000.00 $ 987,369.00 $ (111,906.00) $ (111,e06.00) $ 875,463.00 489,229.00 -0- 1 17,900.00 607,1 29.00 -0- 607,129.00 321,144.00 173,626.00 756,875.00 $ 1,251,645.00 $ 1,858,774.00 23,000.00 -0- 23,000.00 56,571.00 56,571.00 79,571.00 1,874,526.00 1q5,305.00$ 1,979,831.00 $ 740,000.00 924,100.00 $ 3,543,931.00 $ $ $ $ Capital Reserve Emergency/Contin gency Reserve Other Desig nations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Total [Vountain View Fund Lotterv Fund Operating Expend itu res Capital Expenditures Total Expenditures Other Desig n ations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Total Lottery Fund Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Transfer-General Fund Capital Expenditures Sub-total Transfer-CERF Transfer-ClP $ $ $ $ 1 1-06-17 TC Packet Total Expenditures 56 of 323 17-40 Page 4 Other Desig nations/Appropriations Emergency/Contingency Reserve Capital Equipment Reserve Total Fund Balance Total Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Mountain View Phase ll Fund Operating Expenditu res Capital Expenditures Total Expenditures Capital Reserve Emergen cylContin gency Reserve Other Designations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Total Mountain View Phase ll Fund Road Fund Transfer out- CERF Capital Expenditures Total Expenditures Capital Reserve Other Desig nations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Total Road Fund Excise Tax Fund Operating Expenditu res Total Expenditures Other Desig nations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Total Excise Tax Fund 1,338,799.00 2,000,000.00 E27,869.00$ 4,166,668.00 $ 7,710,599.00 150,140.00 83.288.00 233,428.00 97,214.00 43,077.00 247,399.00 387,690.00 621,118.00 $ 350,000.00 2,783,082.00 $ 3,133,082.00 581,853.00 258.543.00 840,396.00 3,973,478.00 37,000.00 37,000.00 690,758.00 690,758.00 727,758.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 57 of323 17-40 Page 5 Marketinq & Special Events Fund Operating Expenditures Transfer-ClP Total Expenditures POST Fund Operating Expenditures Capital Expenditures Total Expenditures Capital lmprovement Proiect Fund Operating Expenditu res Capital Expenditures Total Expenditures Emergency/Contingency Reserve Futu re Projects/Programs Reserve Other Desig nations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Capital Reserve Total CIP Fund Balance 4,988,520.00 100,000.00 5,088,520.00 1,259,631.00 -0- 103,172.00 1,362,803.00 111,469.00 -0- 111,468.00 -0- 111,469.00 -0- 2.754 0.00 2,754,500.00 43,888.00 43,888.00 2,799,399.00 -0- 422,921.00 422,921.00 2.077,592.00 2,077,592.00 $ $ $ $ Total Marketing & Special Events Fund $ 6,451,323.00 Other Designations/Appropriations Total POST Fund Balance $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Capital lmprovement Project Fund Capital Equipment Reserve Fund Operating Expenditu res Capital Expenditures Total Expenditures Capital Reserve Total Fund Balance Capital Equipment Reserve Fund $ $ 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 58 of 323 2,500,513.00 17-40 Page 6 Group Sales Fund Operating Expend itu res Transfer-ClP Total Expenditures Emergency/Contin gency Reserve Future projects/prog rams reserve Other Desig nations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance Group Sales Fund REOP Fund Operating Expenditu res Transfer out-ClP Total Expenditures Other Desig n ations/Appropriations Total Fund Balance $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,940,690.00 100,000.00 2,040,690.00 510,378.00 -0- 572,599.00 1,082,977.00 3,123,667.00 10,000.00 -0- 10,000.00 70,068.00 70,068.00 Total REOP Fund $ 80,068.00 Section Two: That the estimated revenues includinq carrvover for each fund are as follows General Fund $30,176,550.00 Housing Fund 2,4OA,2SB.OO Debt Service Fund 875,463.00 Mountain View Fund 1,}SlJZ4.OO Lottery Fund 7I,S71.OO Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 7,710,599.00 Mountain View Phase ll Fund 621,119.00 Road Fund 3,973,479.00 Excise Tax Fund T2T,ZSSJO Marketing & Special Events Fund 6,451,322.00 POST Fund 111,46g.00 Capital lmprovement project Fund 2,7gg,3gg.00 Capital Equipment Reserve Fund 2,500,513.00 Group Sales Fund 3,123,667.00 REOP Fund AO,OOA.OO Totat Fund Revenues $63,49q9gLEJO 59 of 3231 1-06-17 TC packet 17-40 Page 7 General Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Sub-Total Revenues General Property Tax-ASD Base Village revenues Revenues Total General Fund Housinq Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Housing Fund Debt Service Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Debt Service Fund Mountain View Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Mountain View Fund Lotterv Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Lottery Fund $ 12,441,638.00 $ 16,367,020.00 369,515.00 $ 16,736,535.00 510,000.00 488 377.00 $ 17,734,912.00 $ 30,176,550.00 $ 1,002,638.00 1,405,620.00 -0- $ 2,408,258.00 $ ( 75,026.00) -0- 950,489.00 $ 875,463.00 $ 773,614.00 1 ,095,160.00 -0- $ 1,858,774.00 $ 48,412.00 31 ,159.00 -0- $ 79,571.00 'l't-06-17 TC Packet 60 of 323 17-40 Page 8 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Road Fund Excise Tax Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Excise Tax Fund Marketinq & Special Events Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund $ 7,710,599.00 Mountain View Phase ll Fund Carryover $ 351,888.00 $ 5,360,599.00 2,350,000.00 -0- 269,230.00 -0- 89,000.00 2,405,696.00 $ 3,973,478.00 $ 450,258.00 277,500.00 -0- 727,758.00 $ 1 ,412,800.00 5,039,522.00 -0- Total Mountain View Phase ll Fund $ 621,118.00 Road Fund Carryover $ 1,478,782.00 $ Total Marketing & Special Events Fund $ 0,451,322.00 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 61 of323 17-40 Page 9 Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total POST Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Capital lmprovement Fund $-0- 1 11,468.00 -0- $ 1 11,468.00 $ 43,888.00 2,754,500.00 -0- $ 2,798,398.00 Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total CERF Fund Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total Group Sales Fund $ 980,513.00 1,520,000.00 -0- $ 2,500,513.00 $ 1,082,155.00 2,041,512.00 -0- $ 3,123,667.00 Carryover Sources other than property tax General Property Tax Total REOP Fund $ 74,329.00 5,740.00 -0- $ 80,069.00 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 62 of 323 Groun.Sales 17-40 Page 10 Section Four.Direction 1 . That the 2018 Town of Snowmass Village Budget be adopted and appropriated, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 6th day of November,2017 with a motion made by , seconded by favor to _ opposed. The motion was approved by a vote of _ in TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Markey Butler, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 63 of 323 Town of Snowmoss Villoge All Fwds - Budget Sr.rnrncry - eO18 F''oPos€d Beginning Fund Boloncc Revenues Expcndifui'es Ending Fund Bolonca ceNc) o $(o o).Yo(o o- C)F F- I(oo I r Other Rev's In Olher Exo orrt (e32) 06,0oo) (510.0o0) (r,050.000) (90,000) (346,201) $ $ $ 488,377 510.000 $ 10.733,518$ 23.OOO Lottery Fund $ 1.874.526 REfi Fund $ 1.835740 Rmd Fund CERF $ (330.000) CIP Fund $ (696,5m) $ 12.441,638 $ 13.003.269 $ (16,134.889) $ (208.510) Generol Fund $ (ul,9o6)Debt Servrce Fund $ (75,026) $ 950.489 $ (987.369) $ 56,571-otlery Fund $ (23.000)$,ottery Fund $ 48,4t? $ 3t.159 $ $ 4,166.668$$ (33,785)$ 5.360.599 $ 2.35O.OoO $ (7t,520)RETT Fund 6enerol Fund CERF CIP Fund $ (1.874.526) $ (740.0oo) $ (824,1OO) $ 840.396$ (2,349)6enerol Fund CIP Fund CERF $ (1.835740) $ (533,900) s (350.000) $ t,478,782 $ 2,494.696 $ (411.093)Rood Fund $ 690.758Excrse Tox Fund $ 450,258 $ ?775OO $ (37.000) $ t.362,8O?4,9885?O/rtcrketrng Fund $ 1.412,8@ $ 5,038.522 $s t,o8?,977CIP Fund Fund $ 70.068$leop Fund $ 74.3e8 $ 5.740 $ 00,000) $u1,468$5 ?.OT7,592$ I.42O,0OO Vorrous FundsCERF Fund 980,513 $ 43,888$$$ 2J04FOO Vorrous FundsC:IP $$$ 21.or3.334$ 7,857J66 S 0,4A7,766)$ 998.377 $ (2,tO9,267)Sub-totol t 23.298.349 $ 26,454,355 $(28,078,480) $ r.069.550,450,000 $$ (24,465)CIP Fund frA05,620$ r,002.538 $ t,251,645$ $ $(r2,9OO) (l05,ooo) /lAtn View I Fund $ 773,6t4 $ 1,o85,t60 I $89,??91 $$ (83,288)$ 387,690$iltn View II 351,888 ?69,230 $ ToTAL Funds I 25,426,48A I 29,?74,355 $ (29,582.i 7,857,766 s O,8a7;I gga,s77 $ (2.s34 123,7??,Ztd Tronsfersln Tronsfcrs-Ottt ; 0.940.69C6roup Soles Fund i (111,468POST Fund l00,firo , (4ZZ,9ZI 43,888 (864.241Housrnq Fund HB{lq? 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BET$gsgg8 a Es FEg8 -o E 8 9S999$ i B _o! t €r 999999S Ca6Ou--SiltsSt E.STEEgE8BS8r88 :[-llE 6sl: i cl; e .N Io{ sfiiEHlEIiEf;e ISiEEH;3i HE'E' !{ o sls 5 5 e s e 5 e e r $ t el.H:EI$E!E*iei HI!3E3EE5EE5'Es !l: I8 8 a s t 8 a E i Is6 ( |n E toz , f, !4 -9S9--S-9$ .Ef.E;SEr EESEEEg8Sr8l88 E 9,I e8i'8oo$8 :l: .N l0;19 .ls :l: .e lP olu it t E E ll -.^:---rYa!o6 -oNO-aOg il-AEfiEg8d8u88 65 of 3231 1-06-17 TC Packet ot 8 ,q I 8; Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 4ca0unt Ad:ount Oescntllon 2017 Mopted 2017 Amended Budoet&rdoet 2018 Finance ASS VILLAGE 375,230.(x) 150.00 500,m0.00 ,00 t50,409.00 3,395,626.00 1,879,011.00 r4.000.00 r52,034.00 26t,273.00 12,4t0.00 376,230.00 r50.00 5m,m0.00 ,00 1$,409.00 3,395,626,m 1,879,011.m l4,Om.m 152,034.00 261,273.W 12.410,00 369,515.00 1s0,00 .00 5r0,000.00 150,409.00 3,532,297.W 1,979.808.00 r4,000.00 r55,07s.00 266,498.00 175,858.00 i.r',! 001 - General Fund REVEI{t.lE 'faxes 40lml-01 hoperty Trxes - Cunent Toxes {0100f-02 PopertyTaxes-DellDquentTaxes 401001-fi PopertyTax6-DrosteTares {0lml-06 PropertyTaxls. Asp€ri Sdlml DCMct 40t(xl2-0t Spedfrc Ovflershlp - Generalil01ql3-0! SahsTaxes-County 401m3-02 Sales Tares - Town 401(x)4-01 Frdndrlse Occupatbn Tax - Centsylrnk 40tm+02 Frdndtise Ocorpathn Tax - CorEst {01004-03 Franchise Occupauon Tor. Holy Cross 401004.04 Franchire Occupatlfi Tax. Sourecas Intetrovemraantar Rewnue Tdre-t Toldls 402m1 Crgo,ttte Tax 402002 Additlonal l.lVSO 402003 H{hway U$rs 402004 cruntyRodandBri&e 4{12005-01 Grants. gate Grant DUI Enforc€mmt 402(x)5-03 GranE- FTA'5311 RtralMmh&Op€nungGnnt 40205.09 GranB. PC,STC,nnt Folrce 402005-10 Grants.FolkeEqu,pment {02m7 RTA Sewice ContaEt ln ten)otifi menhl fievenuc fohb LkT.ns8s & Pcmrlts 403m1 Uquor LkErise 403002 &$lness Sales Tax llcense 403003 Bullding ConE"ctor Liense 40:1010 BuildiDg Pennits 40301001 Eulldng PemlE - Base Village {0301r Eecrbl Pemlb 403011-0r €ffibl Permib - Base Villagn 403020 AnlmalTag {03021 Alarm Peymtt 403030 Rord cltt Pemit Fees Licenfrs & turntig Folak otaryes for SeMcc 4fi001 Secunty Services Perform 404010 Planning Dept Fees t6,9{ll,l43.m $6,901,1.1J.00 t7,153,610.00 17,778.00 r2,S87.m r28,1$.00 4r,594.00 25,000.m 238,450.00 500.00 10,000.00 313,462.00 t7,778,fi 12,587.00 128,r50.00 41,694,q) 2s,000,00 238,450.00 500.q) 10,000.m 3r3,.162.00 t5,000.00 r2,587.m 129,51 r.00 41.694.m 25,000.00 245,604.00 26,m0.m 5,tDo.oo 4r5.949.00 cr)N co o (o(o 9,750.00 68,052.00 lz000.m 280,firo.00 .00 r5,000.00 ,00 550.m 2r,m0.m 2,000..ir 9,750,00 68.052.00 17,000.00 280,m0.00 ,00 l5,tx)o.00 .m sx),m 21,000.m 2,000.00 o -Yo(o TL $.113,352.m $4r3,352.00 t8r8,195.00 12,(x,0.{x, 135,000.00 12,000.00 r35,m0.00 12,000.m 147.670.00 C)F f.- Run by Madanne Rakorrski on l0l24l20l7 07:37140 AM mse l of lE l7s7,6?t.U ltiJ7,62t.@ $915,345.m 9,850.00 69,795.00 r5.000.m 275,mO.00 360,m0.00 15,000.00 50,000.m 550.m 21,000,00 2,000.00 VI AGE Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Actount Acrount Desri0tbn 20lTAdopted 2017tunended &rioPt furldpt 20r8 Financerr;fd OO1 - General Fund REVEilUE Otatges far Serwe 404011 Sulldlng Plan Check Fees 4O{0ll-01 &,lHl6 Ptan Check Fees' Base WlagE.lo40t2 EnergyFees 4{X020 Tr.nsportatlon Pargng Fee 4H0Zl Spedal &le Runs 4fi030 Publlc worls Mircehneous 4HfiG0l Trash Fe€s - I.lis( Sold Wa$e 4lHfi&02 Tradr Fees - tlomeown€r 4lr4HG03 T6st Fee3 . Rear toad 4tHfiG(H To$ Fees - Curbskje 4(14(XG05 Tnsh Fces - Rol Olt .1040$ Reoeauon Fees ,l(x05l RecrEatlon Center Plemberships {1X052 RecreaUon Center Peroflal Trahers.1fi060 M.nhEtraton Fee 40406r AtbmeyFees .1fi053-01 Extemal Blfabk Lrbo. - Facility Management {0{()63-02 Ertemal Birabh Labor - Stroo 4(H071 Spedal EvenE Revenue Cllarges {or kftie Totab lines I Forlerts 405001 ,,loving Vidatlont 405{Xr2 Pa.tdrq Yrolatons 405004 Anlmsl Fnet rl0500s Court Fines 405m6 Crlmhalvlolatbns {05007 @rt Fees Fines & fofpt* Tolats Contnbuliaat {06m1 sll Corp Contsibuuons 46002 AnimalcontmlAdoptions 406m3 Hdy Ooss Cunmunlty Enharlcement {0600{ Couo.rc.nFn Contnbuttons Totab Ntftlldnc1usjloT$l tntE est lncome 407{JfJ2 Peflalty & lnteresttO7003 MlscellaneqE trEorn€ 175,m0,00 .00 5,000.00 392,200.00 32.500.00 8,000.m 30,000.00 293,r25.00 483,820.00 85,554.m 17&690.00 80,800.m 545,000.00 55,0m.m 28,233.00 35,000.00 10,000.m t5,@0.m 150,m0.00 t75,m0.00 .m 5,m0.00 367.200.00 32,500.m 8,000.00 30,000.00 293,125.(xt 483,820.m 85,554,00 178,690.00 80,800.00 545,m0.00 55,000.00 28,233.00 15.0(x).00 r0,m0.00 l5,m0.m r50,m0.00 r75,000.00 783n.@ 5,000.00 it86,500.00 32,500.00 8,m0.00 20,(m.00 339,78t.m 510,770,00 91,373.fi) 191,575,m 85,000.00 620,(x)0.00 55,000.00 29 645.00 3s,000.00 t0 m0.00 rzm0.00 r50,mo.0o cON (f) o t-(o 12.7.19,922.00 12,72|,922J,0 t3,100,t91,00 4,000.00 46,000.m t.0m.00 r.000.00 r,300.00 450.m 4,0(x).00 46,000.00 r,fip.00 r,000.00 r,300.00 450.m 4,000.00 45,0m.00 r,flto.00 l,(xr0.0o 1,300.00 450.m $53,750.00 t53.750.m r,388,961.m 50.00 96,254.m l80,m0.oo 1,38886r.00 50.00 96,254.00 $53,750.00 1,422,165.00 50.00 99,112.00 .m oJo 64,4m.m 250.00 72,0(x).00 64,4m.00 250.00 72,000.00 120,m0.00 250.00 72,O59.N C)F F-r Run by Marianne Rakowskr on L0l24l20l7 07:37:40 AM Page 2 of lf Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Afiount Ac ount Desanotlon 20t7 Moptedq#ret 2017 Amended 8!dcet 2018 finarKe Iund oo1 - Gcneral Fund REVENUE Nixelloneous 407m5 Mbc Police R€v€nue 407m6 TGnsrnltter SiE Fees 407007-01 Emplolr€ Housary - Rert Public Worls 407W7-OZ Em0lofEe lbui'lg - Resewe tuUlc Works .107007-01 Emplrye Horsing - Country Oub Townhome 4O700B RettftocessrngFee 40701I RecrEatofl Center comesslons 0mn RentToum H.ll {07013 O/er Wblght Vehlcle Charge 407014 BannerolargB 4070t5 neoeauor Renbl Fees .107017-01 FaEf Alarms - Bug[ary Fee 4.400.m 41,862.m r0.584.00 1.200.00 30,000.00 2,250.00 22.667.6 t22,O75.W 2,000.00 s,000.00 7,727.04 4m.m {,400.00 41,852.00 10,584.m r,200.00 30,000.00 2,250.00 22,667.6 122,075.00 2.000.00 5.000.00 7,727.O0 4m.00 4,4m.00 45.162.00 10,800.m r,200.00 2{,0m.(x) 2,300.00 22,667.00 u0,650.m 3,000.00 5,0m.00 r6,0m.00 4m.00 ca Hscelldneus Totats Tranler h, Froil Olher futlds 4{Em5 Transfer ln lo$ery {Hn5 Transfer ln RETT {oqn7 TmnsferhRoad 23,000.00 1,73%{6q.00 1,825,720.m 23,m0.00 t,739J64.00 r,825,720.00 23,000.00 1,874,526.m r,835,7iA.m CO o @(o Tmn{er ht fom Ollar {ands Totab REVENUE TOTALS $3,588,184.00 t3,733,266.0O t16,f;6,053.00 t16,521,053,(n ,Lt,tJ4,9tl,w Fund Fund 001 - General Fund Tolals R,EVEilUE TOTALS 001 - Gene.al Furd Totnls $16,546,053.m $t6,52r,053.00 $t7,734,912.00 1r6,5.r6,053,m sr6,521,053.m 'fl,734,912.fi o.Y() (E o_ c)F N t Run by I'luianne Rakowski Nt 10l}4l21l? 07:37;40 AM Page 3 of lil SNOWM GE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2017 Mopted 2017 Amended lffirdfbfrntl6n 2ol8 FinatrP F nd 001 - General Fund E(PENSE Deftlnment 01 -Tolvn Council Diuson (Xr - - Program 101 - Attorn€y Fees krsfinel *ilices 50100r.01 Payro{ - Reouht 501002 Payloll Overume 50!003 PaFoil 8€nefits 501$3-01 Payrol B€neriE - Ret'Eauon BerElit S01m3.06 Payro[ 8€nefib - Reti]Eflent 501003-08 paFoll 8€neflts- Hedlcare 501003.m Parol B€ne,iB- FIG 50tq)3-f0 Payrol 8€neliB - ttealth lnrrrancE 501003-13 Paymu BeneliB- Denhtl lnslrance 501003-14 Pay'ol 8€nelits - Mdofi lngJrance 50t003-ls Pay'ol B€n€fi6 - Sbrdard - Ljre / AO& O 501(x)3.16 Payroil Bene.fits - Ogna - LtrdAD&D 501m3'17 PayroI Bcne,iE - Depedant Ufe 5{tr003-18 PayroI Berclits - torq Term Disabllily 501m3.f9 Payrol Eenefits - Unemployment ln$rance 501003-20 Paynrll BeneliB - Work nans Comp 501m3.21 Pryro0 8en€fib - Tanbh lJfe 50fm4 Tralnlng/ Re!,lstraums 50f005 Travel & MeeUng E4enses HtfrnnelgrwsTobb tuda*dfu1,r-zs 502001 troal Feee Spedal Counsel tudrasd*Nices Tobte Wnuu&t alntcnarrce 50300r Ad\ertBng 503002 Dues, llcmbelships, Sub6olgthns 503003 ltlEellaneotE OpenDng & l+laiotenance Totals C;txt,tr 507m1-03 Cash Purdrases - Equapment 507m1-fi Cash Purdrases- Ome 507@t-05 Cash Purdrases Computer 507001-12 castr Purchases - Fumilrre & Firtrres 507001.20 Gstr Purdases - Ot ler ApialroAE r54,846.m .m ,00 1,65,00 l0 8t3.00 2,240.00 .00 51,687,m 260,m 2(X,00 42t.00 .00 17,00 1,151.m 463.m 2{7.m .00 1.000.00 r.000.00 154^846.00 .m .00 1,065.00 t0,813.m 2,240.00 .00 5r,687.m 260.00 2tx.m 421.U) .00 r7.00 1,15r.00 453.m 247,U .m r,qlo.00 t,m0.00 t59.851.00 .00 .00 r,$,7.00 r2,788.00 2,318.00 .00 55,430.(n 300.00 r9!l.m 967.00 .00 17.00 1,253.00 480.00 176.fi) .00 r,000.00 t,fi10.00 c)Nco o o)(o 1225,414.@ t225,414.m $86,886.m 15,000.00 t5,0m.m ls.(xlo.m ,00 .00 .m 325,00 250.m 325.00 250.m 325.m 250.m t57s.00 $s7s.00 ts7s.m 6-v.oo .m .m 3L C)Ft- .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .m .00 .{x} ,00 .00 i0.00 Run by Marianne Rakorski on L0l74l20l7 08;59:0t AM Page l ofgG Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Amrhl 2017 Adolted 2017 Amended Budor.tBudo€t 2018 Finance $240,98!'.00 $240,989.00 55Z,q6t.qJ 58,400.00 .00 .00 5,2f,3.00 .00 {1.00 2,000,00 2,500.00 68,4(x),m .00 .00 5,233.00 .00 4r,00 2,000.00 68.400.m .m .m 5.233.00 .m 46.00 2,000.m 2,500.m Fund 001 - Gcncrdl Fund EXPET.ISE Department 01 - Town Couocll Division 00 - - Prograrll 101 - Attorncy Fefl T,itr'i Proqram 102 - Town Council krsnnelSeruices 50lmt.0f Plyrol - Regulsr 50103 Payrol SeneliB 501m,08 Payol EorliE - l'|edlom 501m3-{19 Payml 8cile{its - FtG 50100119 Pal'rol EeneliE - tilemployrnent lnsurince 501003-20 PayrDl Eenefits Workmans @mp 501m4 Trahl0g/ Rogsfauo,rs 501(n5 Tnvel & Me€thg Erpe nses ktgnncl ServtcP,s Tolals n$chascd wices 502002 @n$nant 502003 Coatrnct Servke 502m4 Tehphone 50mtf-01 Town Funct oos - 8oads and C.olrmbgo(E S0pport Purchased Servres fob& Otxra tiog & lqa intena ncc 503m1 Adr,ertistng 503m2 Dr€s, fJ€mberships, Sub6diplinrs 50m3 uisc€llarPorls 503012 tuUk Rctatloos Ogemuag & Mdrntennce Totdls tbtuthns & Grants 504m1-0t Donathm - Gcnenl Oomtiaas & Gants Totals co ool- 8,300.00 8,300.00 8,300.00 387,200.00 t87,200.00 t8s,200.00 .00 77,9&.@ 1,000.q) .00 331797.W 4,350.00 lm.m .m r/,lt(x).m l,$0.00 ,m 33,797,W 4,350.00 !m.m .00 75,m.00 1,000.00 .00 39,u8.00 4,350.00 rm.00 $38,247.00 $38.247.00 .00 .00 t43,566.m .m t0.00 10,00 ,0.00 507001-03 507001.04 507mt-05 507001-06 50700r-07 507001 12 s0700r-20 Castr Purcias€s - Equipment cash Purdaser - Once Cash Purdrases - Computet Gsh Purdrases - tand lmpro\remenB Cash Purdras€s - Sulldings cach RJrdrases- Fumlhrrc & Fixtur€s Cash Purdrases - Olher o).Yoo(L C)F .m .m ,m .m .m ,m .m .00 .00 .@ .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .m ,00 .00 Run fu Mananne Rakowd<r on l0l24l20t7 08:59:02 AM Page 2 of 9[ Caplal faals 101- ,own Cpuncll Ttrtrl: Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 20LB SNOWMASS VILLAGE Arotrnt Aafount Dn4mdhon 2017 Adopted Bndqet 2017 Arnended Budqet 2018 finance $,144,6r0.00 t.t +{,610,00 5.r59.q(Ill.tJ{J Irrnr 001 - G€neml Fund oofNsE D€partmf.rt 01 - Town Councll DNE.on 00-- li":tals Department 01 - Town council Tobls Departmeot 02 - Town l.lanager Divr;lon 00 - . Fmlram 103 - Admlnletratlon funonnel Servres 50tmt-01 Paym! - Reguhr 50lm2 Plfol OrednE 501003 Payroll B€nefiE 501003-0f Paymfl B€rle its - Recreaton &qnent 50rm3.03 Payo[ Benefib Car Alo{ance gllm3.04 Paymll 8erclils. Housim Alowilce 501001-06 Paymll Eencfits - Retrernent 501m3-08 PaymllBenefits.l.l€dicare grlm3.{B Paym[ BcnefrE. Fo 50100$t0 PayrE[ B€nefiB. tleatth lnsranc 501003-t3 Paymll BeneriB " Oe,rtal ln$rrance 50t001-14 Payroll BenefiB - Vitlm lnctrance 501003 t5 Paymll BeaeliE - Standard - r.tre / AO& D 50lmll6 PaFo[ BenefiB. Ogna. tjfe/ O&D $100:l-17 Pryr![ B€nenb - Dep€ndart t e 501m3 tg Payroll Ben€nB - [Dng Term Disaulity 501003-19 PaylDl B€netlls - t nemploymefi lnrur.nce 50tm120 Fhyrol 8m€lils - Workmans Compgllm:}-zr Payfol Soeltts TaEUe Ufe S0lm4 Tralnhg/ ReglsFltlons 50t005 T6vrl & i'lerUng &penses frrgnnet*tu1t8 Totab hrrchaged 5f.tLtr.s 502(x)2 Onsrtant 502002-0f Coosdbnt - Employce Train:rtg 502m3 Cmtract Service 502004 Tel€phme 502005 Empb}ee &hdons Purdta*d *ruces Totils @rating & Ndntenanrc 503001-02 Ad\€rUirR - Jobs $4{4,6t0.(xI $r+44,61O.m tq5y,9uu.w 155,672.m .m .00 r,065.00 4,200.00 .00 t8,635.00 2.252.00 .m 51,687.00 260.00 2fi.00 4E.m .m r7.00 r,t57.00 .t66.00 2.18.00 .m t,q)0,00 155,672.00 .m .m 1.065.00 4,200.00 .00 18.635.00 2,252.00 .00 51,687.m 260.00 204.m 423.00 .00 t7.00 r,r57.00 466,00 248.00 .q) 1,000.00 l@,7r5.00 .00 .00 r,097.00 4,200.00 .00 19,286.00 2,330.00 .m 55,430.00 3(x).00 r99.00 972.m .m 17.00 r,270.00 482.m tntn .m 2,m0.00 cON cf) o r l- 5,124.00 5.124.00 4,124.00 14,000.m 1,200.00 r4,350.m 2,350.00 2,350.00 o- .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 o).Yo(U F f.- ,m .00 .m t,200.00 Rtm by Marianne Rakow*l on l0l24l20l7 tl8:59:02 AM .00 .m .00 Page 3 of 9[ r,200.00 0 SS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Acrount Account {}P{fronon 2017 Mo$ted EuGet 2017 Amended Budort 2018 fiaatlle iund 001 - Gencral Fund DOINSE Department 02-TownManager Divrsion 00 - - Rrogn:m 103 - Admlnlrtratbn Alt rd ti ng & H a tnten a n ce 503(x)l-05 MvErtishg - Oner 503002 Du€s, Member$1p6, Sros(,lpttons 503003 Misellarcous50In4 Prlnuno 503m5-0r SupplEs - 0mce 2,000.00 2,00o.0o 2,000.00 @nting & l,ldtrrlendnff Toldls l2,6m.m t2,600.00 i2,6m.m (]dP:i.tf 507001-03 507m1-fi 50700r-05 50700r-06 507mt-07 507mr-12 50700t-20 Cash Purdrases Equipment cash Purchases - Offce c,sh PuEhas€s - CompuEr clsh PurEhases. Irnd lmprovemenB Cash hlrdrases - Euibings Cash fuduses - Fumiture & Fixhr.es cashR[hases-Other (f) Nc) o NN 600,00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m 600.m .00 ,00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 600.m .00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .m .m $0.00 10.00 $0.m t27{,560.m t248,56O.00 $258,749.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m Gptbl Totab r":rram 103 - Adminlstratlon Totals Fruj'"r! l(H - ldvlsory Boards Operaw & l,tantenana 503{ltl-01 Eoad Erpenses - SAAB 50301t-02 Eoard ExEr6es - PIRAB @raling & lqahtmante Tolals f rr!..ranr 1O4 - ldvisory Boardi Tobls Prcgram 1O5. Communitl Rclrtlons Pctgttnel*tui6 50tml-0t Payrol - Regular 50t002 Payloll Overtlme 50t003 Payrol EeneRB 50t(l()3-0t Paytol 8€nefu - R8creathn Eenefit S0t003-03 PayrolEeneriB-CarAllowance 501003.9 Payro{ B€nerlB - HouSng Allofiance 501003-$ Payloll E€flc,its - Retirement solmltB Payrol B€oeriB - M€dkare 50tm3-09 Payrofi EefletiB - fi(a 501003-10 Payroll Benents - tkalth tnsurane 501(n3-13 Pay'ol 8enelits. D€ntil ln$rdnce n,522.N '00 .00 r,065.00 .00 ,00 5.413.00 r,r2t,00 ,00 t7,822.W 26{}.m 77,522.@ .00 .00 1.065.00 .00 .00 5,4t3.00 1,12r.00 .00 17,822.00 260.00 t,t72,w t9it29.00 80,796.00 oxo(5(L OF l- I 1,097.00 6,464.00 .m ,00 .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakow*i on l0l24l20l7 08:59:02 AM 300.00 Page 4 of 9[ Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 50rm]l.l4 $1003-15 50rm3.15 501003-17 501m3 t8 501003-19 50tm3-20 501(m3-21 $l00rl 501005 Payrcll BenefiB - Vlsion lnsurance Paymll EeneliB . SEndard - Ufe / AO& D Payro[ BenenB - Ggna - Life/AD&D Paymll Benents - OeDendant Ufe Paymll 8enohb Long Term Dlsabllity Payroll BenefiE - Unemployment Insurdoce Payroll Eenerits - Work nans Comp Payroll BeneriB Taxabh Ufe Training/ Regisfadons Trav€l & Meetlng Expens€s 20{.00 2ll.m .m .00 576.00 232.00 t24.m .m 705.00 3,320.00 2H.00 2t1.m .m .00 576.00 232.00 t24.6 .00 705.m 3,320.00 t99.fi) 489.m .00 .m 638.00 242.fi 89.00 .m 1,080.00 3,500.00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE frmfinel*/vldstatab $108,575.m ttuE,5/5.u,$l t5,t95.00 fudaglfuvi<vs 502m3 Contsact Semce 50Xm4 Telephone 19,773.@ 720.m 19,773.00 720.00 19,050.00 720.00 Plrttha gd Services Totals $20,493.00 $20.493.(xr tr9,20.00 Otrmling E l4dilttennncc S0300t-02 Adrrnishg - Job6 503001.03 Adt/eftishg - Pdnt 503001-04 Adrdshg Radlo 503001-05 Advertrshg-other 503002 Dues, Membersiipc. Subcrlpthns 503003 Mlscella[eous 50300{ PrintlB 503005.01 Snpglles - Oflice 503012 Publlc Relauons .00 .m 17,770.6 t7,7m.@ .00 .00 .00 .m 250.00 1.150.00 650.00 650.@ 2,998.00 r,998.00 s00.00 750.00 r,500.00 2,500.00 .00 17,7m.fi ,m ,00 250.00 650.00 2,998.00 500.00 r,500,00 ceN C9 o cf)F- apibl 507m1-03 50700r-04 507mr.05 507m1-r2 507mr-20 Cash hldlas€s - Equlpment Cash turchas€s - Orlice Cash Pnrhascs - Cornputer Cagh turch3scs - Fumihlre & Fixhrres cash furcluses - Other Apid robb Prog.am 105 - Communlty Relatlonr Tohls Division OO - -Tolals @rating & l4antcMn@ Tolab t23,668.00 $2J,668.0o $24,8r8.00 s0.00 $0.00 t0.00 tt52,736,m tr52.735.00 tr59,7B.m 1427,296.W $40r.295.00 t4lB,53Z.0O .00 .m .m .00 .00 ,00 ,m .00 .m .m .m .00 .00 .00 .m Depanment 02-Townllan.gErToEls Deparunent O3 . Town Chrk Dlvrson O0 - - Program 103 - Adminlrtration futsnrglktuices 501m1.01 Paytoll - Regular 501002 Payotl Overtime 60,978.00 60,978.m -Yo(5L OF N41,285.00 Run by Marianne Rakovrski on L0l24l21fi 08:59:02 AM .00 .00 .00 Page 5 of9[ LA ESNOWMASS VI Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2017 Mopted 2017 tunended Eudoet Budoet 2018 Finance fund o01 - Gencral Furd E(PENSE Depanment 03 - Town Clerk Division O0 - - Program 103 - Admlnktration tbganelkv!:es gll002-01 PayrollOvertimeRegular 5{rt003 Payro[ 8eoents 5ul$3-0f Payro{ Ben€riE - Reoeafron Eenetit 501m3-06 Payrol SendiE - Retirement 501003-08 Payroll Bene,its - !4edl6rc 501003.G Payrotr Benents - Fka 501003-10 Pay.ou Benelits - rlerl$ Ins,rance 501m3-1f Payrotr BerE,ib - Seasonal tlealth lnsurdr}ce 501003-13 Pafol BereJiB - D€ntd Inerrance 501003-14 Payrou Benetib- yrslon tnsunnce 501003-15 Paym0 Eene,iB- Shndard - Ufe/AD&D 501001-16 Paym0 BeneliB - Ggna - Ule/AD&D 501m3-17 Paymll B€neliB - Ospendant Ufe 501003-18 Paymll BenefiB - Long Term Dlsabllity 501m3-t9 Payrou Be'lel'rB - Unemployment lngrrance 501003-20 Paymll llencliB - Worknans Comp 50r003-2t Payroll Bemnts - Taxabh l.Jfe 50lm{ Trainlog/ Reglstnuons 501005 Travel & I'leefing Erpe0sEs .{xl .{xl 1,.191.00 2,811r,fi) 580.00 1,592,00 r t,880.00 6,146.00 364.m 285.00 2m.m .00 2.00 524.m r82.00 .m .m 1,.191.00 2,801.00 580.00 1592.00 ll,8&.00 6.t46.00 364.m 285.00 283.00 .m 2.00 524.m r82.m ,00 .m 658.m 3,t03.00 599,00 .00 12.707.q1 .00 t80.m 119.00 250.q) .00 2.00 326.00 r24.00 45.00 .00 .m .00 97.00 .00 .00 .00 97.00 .00 .m .00 coN cf) osF- rerfinnelgruic$ Tola8 t87.206.00 $87,206.00 5s9,598.00 Arrda.*d,fus 502003 Coofact S€rvice 50XXX Tehphone 502q15 Ernptoyte Rehtions 502005.01 Employ"e Relauofls - Tenure 502005-02 Employee nehtlons - Ru 502005-01 Emplol€eRrlations-ltliscellaneol.E 502m&01 Bullding l,lahEnance - General 502m602 Buikling I'hhtsnance - Soow Removal 502m603 Bdldlng MalntEnanc8 - Lawn Carc 50200G04 Brdldlng t4ahtenance - Elevalor 502006-05 guildhg Maintenance - Sprinkler 502007-01 Mahhnance AgreemenE - Copler 502m7-fi Maintsnan@ Aoreements - Odler 50200&01 Reoaks - Equlpmeflt .m 500.00 ,00 9,455.m 900.m 4,300,00 4,000,00 5,000.00 6,500.00 ,00 .$ 8,050.m .00 .00 .m 500.00 .00 .m .m 1,600.00 4.{m0.00 5,m0.00 6,500.00 .00 .m 8,050.00 .m .m sm.00 4,q,0.00 6,500.00 8,050.00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 ,m .00 ,00 .m .(n o.Y()oL OF Nr I Run by Marianne Rakor{ski on lOl24l2OL7 08:59:03 AM Page 6 of9[ lrnrrnt Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Acrount Account Delan(rlon 2017 Adopted Bu*r€t l0t7 tunended Budort 2018 Finance SNOWMASS VILLAGE Fund 001 - General Fund E(PE'IISE Defra(ment 03 - Tor,lrn Chrk D,v6ron 00 - - Program 1O3 - Admlnistration nnrhad *fiices 50200+01 1,,1ailln0 - Portag€ 502010 lruUes 50201001 UUlUes - Water &Saniblon 502010-02 l,Ullues - Gas 502010{3 Uulluas - Electic 5020tGfi Udlldes - Tnsh 50201G05 UUliUes - S€curity gl20l l-01 Tolryn Fundlms - Boards and Commisiions Supgolt 5020t1-02 Tom Funclhns - Holiday Pa.ty 502013-0f kased EquiFncnt - Coplel 502013-02 Leased Equtpm€nt. fax 502013-03 Leased EqulpnEnt - Postage P.r/d,asd*l:,cs fobb OtrRttV & l4antenane t2,000.0012,000.0012,mo.m cf)N cf) o .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 10,000.m .m .m .m .00 .m .m .(xl .m .00 r0,000.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .m r0,m0.00 4,r72,O0 4,t72,04 4,172.fi t{5,222.(x) r65.m503002 503003 503flX 503005-01 503005-02 503005-03 503qr5-0{ 503005-05 5$m6 503007 503007.03 503007-(x s03m7-0s 50300&01 50300&02 503008-03 50300$01 s03m$02 503009-03 503{XI}0,{ 5()3m906 r65.00 l r,475.00 5,000.00 5,m0.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 455,000.00 227,425.W 2,000.m 79.2m.m 246.m .00 r0.474,00 .00 4,8.u.00 .00 7,Sm.00 r65.00 I1,475,00 5,000.00 5,000.00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 455,m0.00 227,425!n 2,m0.00 79,2m.m 246.m .00 1o,474,W .m 4,841.00 .00 7.500.00 t64,877.00 t51,822.00 Dues, Membershlps, Subs€riptbns Miscellan€out P.tnUnq 9rpdEs. Offre Supdles - BulBlno Supplies - Oeanlno g,pplles - cotree $pdles - Dab kocesing Equipment Bualding rrase Payments - CoFPrincipal Buldhg Lease Paymcnts - CDP-lnterelt Buddl q Leas€ Payfients - MiscEllileous ln$nlncs - Boitsino ln$rance - Vehlde lngrnrrce - 00nr Vehlde Epenses - Fuel Vehlde Expenses - Ol Vehlde Expenxs - O"r1r g 5upplies Vehlde Expenses - Equlpment Vehide Experises - labor 11,475.m 5,000.00 5,000.00 .m .m .00 .00 .00 .00 {50,$0.00 r79,2s0.00 2,m0.m 69,754.m 497.N .m 10,474.m .00 2669.00 .00 7,500.00 N o.Yo (U(L OF l-r Run by Marianne Rakowskion LOl24l2Ol7 08:59:03 AM Page 7 of9[ Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Acrount Acrount DescriDtion 2017 Adopled BUdQet 2017 Amended Eudoet 2018 Enance (7,500.00) (7.sm.00) (7,s00.00) s800.825.m t8{p,826.00 t74t,2w.N C9 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .m .m .00 .m .m .00 fund 001 - General Fund O(PENS€ Depanment 03 - Town Clcrk Divrsion OO - - Program 103 - Admlnlstratlon Otrmting & NeifitEnarrce 5030f0 Contr. Acct - Vehide Labor Operating & l'lalntenance Tobb Cnpttal 50700f-0f Gsh h.rdrases - Vehldes 507m1-02 cr$ hrdlases. ilobille Equlpment 507001-03 calh hrrchases - Equipment 507mf-fi Cash Punhases - Ofike 507mt-05 Cash turdEs€s - @mpoEr 507m1-f2 Cash turdu'es - Fumlhrre & Rfirres 507m1.20 Cash hirdrases - Othet Gptal Tota& Proqram 1O3 - Adminastratbn Totals Pro0ram 106 - Leglslatlve Support &tfinnelsfrvk'}5 501001-01 Payrol - Regular 501(X)2-01 Payro{ Overtine Reguhr 501003 Payrol Senelits 501003-0f Payrol Ben€rlE - Recreadon B€nem 50tm}$ PaFol Senerib - Reursment 50100108 P.lrrol Ecncfits' Msdhre 50lma-09 Payrot Benefits - Fr<a 50lm:]-10 Pa}rrofl Benelits - tkalth lnsurrnce 50103'll Payrou EeneriB. Seasonal Hesl$ ln$mrEe 501003-13 Paum! Eerlefr8 - Oefltal ln$,rarc 50fm3'l{ Paym[ EeneriE - Vislon lns.rmn@ 501003-t5 P.yro[ Bene,its - Sbndard . Ufe / AO& O 501003-t6 Paron EeneRB - C4na - Ufe/AO&D 501(n3-t7 Payro! 8€nefiB - Dependant tfe 501003-18 PafoE B€mfits - Long Tem Dsability 501(x)3-19 PdFol B€nefi6 - t nemplofnent lnflrcnce 501m3-20 Payro{ 8€ne,its. wortma.ls Compq,1003-2r Pal'rol Eene,iB - Ta6ble tfe 501004 Tmhlru/ Regisralhns 501m5 Trdvel & Meetlng Expenses ktennctgtyi$ Totals 78,52d.00 .m .m r.065.00 5,30t.00 l,(E8.00 r99,m 24,348.00 768.00 260.m 2fi.00 228.00 .00 12.00 592.m 235.00 125.00 .m .00 .00 78,520.00 .00 .m 1,065.00 5,30r.00 t,098.00 lrD.00 24,348.00 768.m 260.00 2(H,00 228.00 .00 12.00 592.00 235.00 r25.00 .m .00 .m 77,475.U .m .m 987.m 6,198.00 r,r23.00 .00 25,827.00 .00 270.00 r79.00 469.00 .m t2.00 6r2.m 232.00 85,00 ,00 .00 .m o.Yo(! TL OF N - Run by Marianne Rakswski on 10124t2017 08:59:03 AM Page 8 of 9[ (ot- NOWMASS VILLAGTS Budget Worksheet Repo* Budget Year 2018 3,400.00 1,650.00 8r9.00 .00 3,{00.00 1,650,00 819.00 .m 3.400.00 1,650.00 2,r00.00 .00 $5,869.m 5,700.00 .m 250.m t,200.00 .m 1s,869.m 1700.00 .m 250.00 r,200.m .m t7,150.m s,7m.00 250.00 r,2m.00 .00 .00 i7,1s0.00 $7,1$.00 $7,150.00 .00 .00 .m 30.00 $0.00 t0.00 Plrdasd*/,icts 502003 @rtnct Servlce 502007-fi MahtenanceAoreements-Cf,rler 502014 Electiofts 502015 Doormentlmaging hJchased Sery,ces TaldE Orcra1nq & Hamtenan@ 503001.01 Advertislng - legal Notices 503001-05 Advertlslng - OUl€r 503003 Mlscellrneoos 503{nl Rinung 503005.05 supplies - Data Processang Opentilry & HanlenaK? fo$ls r.lAiil 50m0f'20 Ca$ Purdrases- OUI€r Captal Totals Prograrn lO6 - Leglslatlve Support TObIS Program 107 - Town Clerl fr,,,.nrl*fi*a 50100r-01 Papo{ - Reguhr 5{11002-01 PayrollOvertlmeRegular 5olm3 Payrol BerEliE Soldt&ol Patmll Benents - Reoeatbn Benefit 50lml-0G Payroll B€nlliB - Relkement 501003-118 Payroll B€nefiB - Medcare 50rm3-lp Payloll 8€nefi6 - Fka 50tm3.10 Paymll 8€nefits . tl€alt,l In$rrdnce 50100111 Papol Borcfits - Seasqlal ]&ath lrslrancegr!003'13 Papoll Eerclits - D€nbl Inslran€e 501003-f4 Payrol 8en€nB. ytsio{l Insraffie 50lmlr5 Pafol 8€n'etiE - Standard - Uf€ / AD& D 501003 16 Payron BcrElits ogna tjfe/AD&D 501003-17 Paymi Bene{its - Dependant Li[e 50lmll8 Paymtr BerlefiB.IorE Term Dts Ulity 501m3-19 Paym0 BerEfiB - Unemplo/yrDent lnsrrance $lm3-20 PayrDI B.rE iB - Wtrknans Comp 501003-21 Paymll Bene,iB - Tarabh Ufe 50tq,4 T.ilhlngl Reglstrauons 50r@5 Trawl& l'{eeuno &pense5 FErsnnel sf/yices 1-otdb Oryrating & Haiiltenance 50,m1-05 Adredslng - Ofter tt25,97{.00 tr25,974.00 5tzl,/og.trJ 39,374.00 .m .(x) 63!r.00 2,567.00 532.00 199.(n tr,285.(n 768.00 156.q) 123.00 122.00 .00 3.00 30t.m 118,00 63.00 .00 2,265.00 39,374.00 .m .00 639,00 2,567.00 532.00 199.00 u,285.m 768.00 t56.00 r23.00 r22.(x) .00 3.00 301.00 u8.00 63.00 .m 2,265.00 3,700.00 37,702.U .m .m 549.00 3,016.00 547.00 .00 12.024.00 .00 150.00 99.00 228.00 .m 3.00 298.00 I 13.00 4r.00 .00 2,265.00 3,700.00 N(f) o l-N o).Yooo- Ft-r Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l}4l20l7 08:59i03 AM .m .m .00 Page 9 of9[ SNOW VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 2017 ldogted 2017 Arn€nded Atrnlmt DpqirfionAarount Budoet &rooet 2018 Finance tund OO1 - Gencrdl Fund D(PET{SE Deoarment OJ - Town Clark Dvision OO - - Progrant 107 . Town Clerk OXGlng & Hdtflterrance 503002 Dues, lilembershlps,grbsoiptbns 5{13003 tliscellaneolrs 5o30ol fththg $m5-05 Sttpdies - thb Processing qerdong & I'lainteoaoe Tobb Dot dtions & GenB sfi{Dr{z TIPS Donatiot s & 6 6n ls Totals 2,7fl).00 2,750.00 2,750.00 400.m4m.00400.00 .00 ,m .00 .@ .u) .m $3,15t).m t3,150.00 tl.ly),ql .m .m .00 t0.00 t0.00 tu,u0 507m1.20 CO Cash PurdDses - Olh€r Cnplbl foblt i! rlr.,, !r. 1O7 - Town Clerk Tolals D&i$on 00--TobB Departmsnt 03 - Town Chrk TotaE .00 .m .00 D€partmenf 04 - Finance Division 00 - - Proqranr 10! - Administration lztsrt Dcl *nlces 501001-0f Pryoll - Regular 501m2 Payroll Overtiroe 501m2-0t Payrol O/erum Regulsr 50r0O3 Payo[ BenefG 50tql3-0f Paymll BenefrE - R€creathn B€nent 501m3-05 Payoll BenefiE - Reurem€nt 501003-08 Paymll Benents - Medlcare 501m3-09 Payrctr llemfits - Fra 501m1-10 Paymll Eenetits - Health lnsunncp 501003-fl PayrollEeo€tlB'selsonalHealtilnsurance 501003-13 Payroll BenEfiE - OenEl Insurance 501m3-14 P.yroll BenefiB - Vislm lnsurance $lmlls Payml Benetib . Standard - ttre / AD& D 501003-16 Payroll Bene;its - Ogna - Ltre/AD&D 501003-17 PayrollBenefits-Dependartt-fe 50lql3-t8 Papoll Benefrts - l"ong Term Disabiltrry 50100119 Paymll Ben€fits - therployrnent lnsuraffie 442,99r.00 -m .m .m s,325.m 30,934.m 4,.184,00 .(x) r45,949.00 .00 1,298.00 1.rt5.00 l,?04.00 .m 52.00 3,292.00 1,326.00 4.r2,9t t.00 .m .m .m 5.325.00 30,934.00 4,48.1.(x) .m 1.15,949.00 .00 t,298.00 1,lr6.m r,2(h.00 .00 52,(n 3,292.00 1,326.00 443,795.00 .m .00 .00 5,485.00 35,504.00 4,52r.00 .m 156,{14.00 .00 t,5{)2.00 994.00 2,684.(n .00 50.00 3,506.m r;31.m Q).Yoo o- ()F t- I Run by Marianne Rakevski on l0l24l20l7 08:59:03 AM Page 10 offl SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 707.00 .00 2,520.00 z&{r.00 707.U .00 2,520.00 7,841,00 488.00 .m 3,470.00 9,iu6.00 501m3-20 Paylol Benelib . Workmarrs Comp 50tm3-2r P.yrol Ben€liE . T!)6bb Ure 501004 Tr.hhg/ negistsatjons 50tm5 Tlawl & l.leeung Expenses fu$onnel Serwce$ Totnls Putdra*d kruic:s 502m2 Con$Iant 502003 Contract Servlce 501m&01 Repals - Equipment 5020t5 Doqment lmaohg 502017 Audlt 50201&01 Cdhcfbo Fees. Crenerrl nrThased Semces lotals Orynttng B l,laifltffiane 50yxr2 Dues, f&rnberships,grBotpbns 503m3 Hiscelhneurs 503{XX Pnnthg 503m$01 SupplEs - Oflke 503005-05 Supplies. Dab ProcesCng OEfimg & ilaalenanee fohb fnFEnt 507001-04 Casfi Purduses - Omre 507001.20 Ca$ Purdsses - Otfter ONalTotab Program lof - Admlnlitratbn Totals Program 1OB - Personnel krgnrcl*r1ti8 50t001-01 Payrofi - Regular 501(x)2-01 Pay.oll Overilme Regular 501003 Prylol 8€mnB 50100101 Pdyrol Benents - Redeathn B€rrrlt 501003.06 PdyrolE€nenB.[tetir8rnent 501003-08 Payro[ g€nenB - ,.'tedica]e 50100'09 Pryrol SeneliE - Fica S0lm3-10 Payrol 8encfiE - l5altft ln$,rdnce 501m3-ll Pay'rol 8en€{iB - S€asooal Healh lnsnnce 501m3-13 PaWo[ Bene,riB - Denbl lnsurance 501003-14 Payrofi BerEfiE - Vislon In$ranre 50100315 Pafol Bernfits - Sbnda.d - L[e / AD& O SOlm3-16 Paylofl BerEflts - cgna - Lfe/AD&D 501003-tZ Payroll Benents - Oependant ufegltm3-18 Payto{ Senc'lib - Long Term Disabllity s649,039.00 $549,039.m 5bb9,rur.q, .00 .m .m z{8r1.00 7,{80.00 7,480.00 .00 .m .m 7,000.00 7,000.m 7,000.00 33,197.q' 31r97.m 34,000,q) 4L2r0.00 .12,210.00 .11,0m.00 1,350.00 2,243,W 1.500.00 r,334.00 rJ50.00 2,243.00 1,500.00 r,334.0O r,350.00 2,243.N 1,500.00 t,33{.00 Cf)N(o -;t+,O)t- .00 .00 .m .00 .m .m $0.0o $0.00 t0.00 $750,286.00 t750,286.@ f //u,{.ru-}.w 63,209.ff) .00 .00 1,065.00 4,414.00 914.00 ,m 18,143.00 .00 260.00 298.(n t72,@ .00 .m 470.m 63,21X'.00 .m .m r,065.00 4,.114.00 914.00 .00 l&!43.m .00 260.00 298.00 t72.W .00 .00 4m.w 65,257.m .m .00 r,097.00 5,22t.00 946,m ,00 r9,486.m .m 300.m r99.m 395.m .00 .00 5t6.00 o)Yo(o o- OF l-r Run by Marianne Rakorryski oo l0l24l20l7 08:59t03 AM Page lr off, NOW GE Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Atrount Account DescrlJtion 2017 ldopted &dqet 2017 Amended Bu(t{Et 2018 Fi&nce [jund OOI - General Fund D(PET.ISE Departmont 04 - Fananca DtvEion 00 - - Progrdm 108 - Personnel krsnnel k*ices 501003-19 Paym{ 8€nents - Unemdoyment lnerrance 501003-20 Payrofl B€nents - workmans Comp 501003-2t Pdyrol 8en€nB - TaEbb Lfe 501004 Tahrd nedstrauons501m5 Trawl & Moethq Apenses r89.m 18!1.00 r96.mtot.@ 10r.00 72.N.m .m .002,O75.fi 2,075.00 500.m1,950.m 1,950.00 1,000.00 futgnwl frwrces ToEb t93,260.00 850.m s93,260.00 .00 t9S,r85.00 850.m $8s0.00 s0.00 Id5U.tn, .m .m 550.00 .m 347.00 900.00 .m .m 5,745.00 .00 3{7.m 9m.m .00 .00 545.00 .m 3{7.00 9(n.m (Y) N (Y) oo@ t6,992.m $t,792.00 tt,/97.w .m .m .00 .00 .00 .m Purdasd SeMices 502m2 Conil[ant P u rrh at l Sc wi ce s To t I ls O9$ating & Maintenance 5)3mr-02 edErtising - Job 503mf-05 Mvertislng - ffrer 503m2 &rcs, l.lembe6hlps, Subsaipthns 503m3 Uhcrtran€ors 503mt0r grpplles - Office 503m5'0S Supdies - Dab Processing @ratiog A Hantenance lobb Cdptbl 5o7ml'04 Cash Arrchrses - Ofllce 50700t-20 cnsh Rirthlses - Other Aptdl Toft,b Program 1O8 - Pcrronnal Totab Program tO9 - lnfomation Slstems krnmelSc|iccs $rmr-01 Pafoll.Regrular 501002-01 Payroll O\rerthe Reguht 501003 Parol Benelits 50t0010f Payrol B.nefits - RrcrEat on Ben€lit 50lmB.6 Payrol Eenef.ts - Reur€rnent 501003-08 Prytol 8enefiE - Medi(rrE 50100$01, Payrotr EenefirB - nca 501003-10 PalolBenefits.lle.ltbtnntrane solmlll Payrol 8€n€nE - Seasooal llealh Insurane S0lm3-13 Payrol Ben€nE - DenEl lnsuEnce 50t00114 Payrol B€netits - yrslot lnsurance $0.00 s0.00 $0.00 $10r,102.m 195,0s2,00 t97.812.0O 86,242.00 .00 .00 1,065.00 6,022.00 1,2't7,00 .m t7,822.fi .m 260.m zfi.00 86,242.00 .m .00 1.065.00 6,022.00 t,247.00 .00 r7,822.00 .m 260.00 2fi.00 8!',029.m .m .00 1,GI7.00 7,t22.@ 1,291.00 .m t9,129.00 .00 380.00 r99.00 o.Yo(o(L OF Nr Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l24l20l7 08:59:04 AM Page 12 off, Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 234.00 234.00 538.m.m .00 .m .00 .00 .m 64r.m 541.(x) m3.m 258.m 258.00 267.m t:t8.00 138.00 925.m .m .00 .m 3,000.00 3,000.m 3,5{D.00 2,500.m 2,500.00 2,500.m 35,0m.00 20,000.00 24,mO.m 1,zfi).00 12,m0.00 7,000.00 81,300.00 t6,200.00 4,200.00 30,0(n.ql 3S,000.00 20,0$.00 24,m0,00 r,200.00 12,0(x).00 2000.00 8!,300.00 16,2m.00 4,200.00 30,000.m 69,0@.00 20,000.00 24,000.m r,2m.m r2,000.m 7,210.00 79,000,m 14,700.(x) 4,200.00 41,000.00 (e N CO o r @ 50t00&15 Payro! 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Ufe I AD& D 501003-16 PaFoI Ben€fiB - Ogna - Ute/AD&D 50100117 Pay,otr B€n€nB - Depefl.hnt L"te $t00!tg Payrol Eenents - torc Te]m Ussulrty $1003-19 Payro[ B€n€fits - t nernployrrent lnsrrance 501m120 Payro[ Benetits - WoIlmans Comp 50100:l-21 PaFo[ 8enefits - TaEth Ufe 501004 Trdl[lng/ Registradons 501005 Travel & I'leeting Erp€nses futsnnel kryicesTotab nrrdrasdkNicet 502@3 Contract S€rvice 502flN Telephone g)2(xx-01 T€hpto.E- Data 502m+02 T€lephone-Cell 50200+03 Tel€phoneEqulpment 502{D+{H Td€phone-9rpportands€rvicEs 502m7-OZ !,lahEnanc &reemenB - SotMare 502m7-03 MahEn nce AgreernenB HrrdwarB 502m&0r Repaks - Equipmnt 502019 Sothrarc ticerrlog hJ idrd s ed *rvtrcs Tota Is O pe ra A a9 & l.ta inte n a rce 503m1-05 Advertlsang - qher 503m2 Ures,ilember$lF,subscrtptoos 503m3 MBcelhneous 50300506 Supplles-Carputer Wra0ng & l.laiotenan@ fools d4tt}l,a{ 507001.fi cash Purrhases - Ofrice 50700f-05 Cash Purdnses Computer 50700t-20 Gsh Purdrases - Otlrer Qptal Tabls Program tog - Intonnatlon Systemr Totrls Divdon 00--ToBls Depanment 04 - Finrnce Totals {.rrpar:'r:;r' 05 . Communlty Deyelopmcnt Divlsion 00 - - Program 110 - ZoolnglLong Raag€ Plannio, lbtwnoel *rvra?s 50100r-01 Payrql - Regubr 501m2 Payol Over0rn i230.900.00 tr50,qxr.rx,Jtt2,3to.w .00 1,000.00 300.00 t,3m.00 .00 r,000.00 300.00 1,300.00 .00 r,000.00 3m.m 1,300.00 12,6rD.00 $2,6m.00 t2,6m.00 50,00o.00 50,000.00 s5,000.00 $50,m0.00 $50,000.00 s55,(m.00 t1,254,52i.00 $1,32{.342.0O -Y 337,332.00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .tx) o(o o-()F t\r I 337,332.00 .m 3s1,599.00 .m Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l24l20t7 08:59:04 AM ,00 Page 13 offl Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Acrcunt Acrount De.Scnrrtn 2017 Adoiled BUfiCt 2017 Arnended tlrlo€t 2018 Finance SNOWMASS VILLAGE fun{, OOI - Gcncral Fund DOENSE Dopnfim0nt 05 - Community Development Divlsen 0O - - program 1lO - ZoninglLong Rango Planning Persnnel Semces 50fm2-0f PayrollOvertimeRegular 501m3 Paymll 8enents 5010010t P.ymll BenefiB - Recreation Eenent 501003-06 Paymll EeneRB - Rcti?rK.llt 501m3-m Payroll Berefits - Medlcare 501003-09 Payroll B€nents - Fr@ 501(x)3-!0 Payroll BenrliE - Heallh lnsurane 501003-ll Payroll Benellts - S€asonal H€alth lnsurance 501m3-13 Payroll Benents - Dental lnsurame 501fi,3-14 Payroll Benefits - Msim Insurdnce 50183-15 Payroll Benerc - $andard - tJe / AD& D 501003-!6 Paymll BenefiB - Ogna - Uf€/AD&D 50f003-17 Paymll B€nefits - OepeMa,lt Life Solmlt8 Pay.oll Benefib - tong Term Disabllity 501003-19 PaFDI 8enelits - (hernployment lnsurdnce fl)t(n3-20 Payml Benefits - Wo*man5 Crmp 50100:l-21 Poyrol BenefiB - TaEHc Ute 501m4 Tralnlng/ Regldrations 50tm5 Travel& MeetlrB Erpensss 2,450.00 .m 4,260.00 23,555.m 4,9r5.00 .00 144.652.00 .m t,039.00 818.m 917.00 .00 59.00 2.507-00 1,017,00 2,068.00 .00 3,500.00 5,500.00 2,450.00 .m 4,260.00 23,555.00 4,915.U) .00 144,652.00 ,00 1,039.00 818.m 9r7,00 .00 59,00 2,507.00 1.017.00 2.058,(xt .00 3,500.fl) 6.500.q) 2,450.00 .m 4.388.@ 28,128.00 5,r34.00 .m 124,975.00 .00 r,202.00 795.m 2.126.m ,00 50,00 2,n8.W 1,062,00 r,935.00 .00 3,175.W 6,32s.00 CON (f) o N@ frtennel*fli8 fotab $531599.00 t535,599.@ 1535,222.m furchasd:iervircs 502002 Cooeibnt 502003 C..ontract S€Mce 502m4 Telephone 502007-0t Flahtenane AgreemenB - copler 502U)&0t Repalrs - Equlpment 502{XX}'02 llaulno-FBlght&Shipping S02013{f bas€d Equpm€nt- Coder 5020t1fi leascd Equipment - Plotler 502015 Document lrnaginq 502016 Reference Ukary 5,m0.00 s,900.00 1,425.m 800.00 .00 .{xt 3,300.{x) r,500.00 300.00 2m.00 5,000.00 5,9m.00 1,,r25.00 800.m .m .00 3,300.00 1,5m.00 300.00 200.00 5,m0.00 3.900.00 978.00 400,00 .00 ,00 3,300.00 1,400.00 r$.00 150.00 o.Yo(o o_ tuElrasd Services Totab s18,425.{x,$r8,42s.0o $15,278.tX) Ope6 A'n I & t'la h tefl ance 503001-02 MrrertiEng - lob,s F F- Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l24l20l7 08:59:04 AM .00 .00 .00 Page 14 of S SNOW ASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Atr^rnt lhfridlh 2017 Moded 20f7 Am€nded &|doet&lrlc\{!l .00 2,560.00 1,500.00 r,000.m r,{m0.00 .00 500.00 .00 2,550.00 r,500.00 1,000.00 r,m0.00 .00 5m,00 .m 2,600.00 t,500.00 t,{x10.00 r,m0,00 .00 500.m t6,s60.m t6,56{'.00 tr,our,rD CON cf).m .m .00 .00 .00 .m Fu'rl OO1 - General Fund o(PeNsE Department 05 - Communlty Developmcnt Divrsron 0O - - Program 110 - Zoning/Long Range plannlng Agerabnq & f,laintenance 503mt-05 AdverUsng - other 503002 Dles, tiefl$er$i9s, sl,bs.r0uons 503m3 Miscclbneous 503m4 Prlntlng 5Om'01 Suppll:5 - Oflte 503m5-05 Supplles - Dab Processlng 503{lll.03 Board ErperEes - plannlng CorrEnhson OLYrating & *la/nlenance Tblats t r[btai 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Ollke 507(n1-20 ca$ Purdpses - Other Caqhlfobb rri.r ro,l 110 - ,onrng/Long Range Plannlig Totals Pro0ram 1U - Buildhg futfi,ilElk,"ices 50lml-0r Payro[ - Regular 501m2-01 Payrol Overtfne Regular 501003 Paylo[ 8€oefiB 501m3-01 Payro0 B€nefiE - Recreation Beoent 50lmlo5 Payrol B€netiE - Retjrement 50100108 Payrol BenenB - ttedbrE sotm:rm Ptyrol 8coents - nc 50t003-10 Pa)rml B€neriB - llealth ln$rance 50t00'u Pal,rol EeneriB - Seasonat liealfi lnsnnce 501003.f3 P.[ol EeneliB - Denbl Insrrdnce S01mll4 Payrol 8€netits - virioo lnsurance 50100315 Payrol 8enefiE - Sbndard - tife / AD& D 50100!16 Payrol 8€nenB - Ggna - UlelAD&D 50100117 Payrol 8€llefits - Dep€ndant Ute 50100118 Payol 8€neRE - tono Tem Us.bBity 50100319 Payrol E€ne,its - t nemployrnona ln$rance 501(X)120 Psyrol B.nerits - Wort oans Comp S0100'2f Payrol EenerlB - TaEble Ufe S0t()04 Traini.E/ Regbr.Uons 501005 Travel & ltleethg ErperEes t560,584.(I)t56O,s84.m $ss8,ru,.{x, 262,851.00 {,m0.00 .00 3,195.00 18,355.00 3,860.00 .m 8t,52.m .00 7n.w 613.m 714.00 .00 u.00 r,953.00 799.00 5,005.00 .m 3,m0.00 206.619.00 4,000.00 .00 2,130.00 14,428.00 3,&7.00 .m 35,643,00 .m 519.00 {09.00 56!.m ,00 .00 r,535.00 63r.00 3850.00 .m 3,@0.00 J,5oo.oo 205,568.00 4,m0.00 .00 2,194.00 16,445.00 3,039.00 .00 38,257.m .m 601.00 398.00 1,243,(n .00 .00 r.624.00 629.00 2,175.{tr .00 3,000.00 6 o)vo(U o_ C)F l-r I Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l24l20l7 08:59104 AM Page 15offl 2018 RnanceAmilnt Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE $39O,2r3.m 4,000.00 .m 540.m 250.m .m 1,920.00 i279,972.00 {,m0.00 .00 540.00 250.00 .m r,920.00 $281,674,tX) 4,000.00 .00 492.00 25{'.00 .00 rB20.tx) t6,7r0.00 t6,710,00 t6,662.00 (800.00) r.050.m 7,000.00 5m.00 l,5m.m .m 66.00 924.00 .m 381.00 800.00 1,050.00 7,000.00 500,00 1.500.00 .00 65.00 924.m .00 381.00 800.00 (800.00) 1,050.rx) 7,000.fl) 500.m 1,500.00 .00 142.m 924.m .m 381.m 8m.00 (8oo.o0) (o N cf) o lif @ frtenael *ntffi Tobls R[dtasti se.tuces 502003 Contr ct SeMce 502003-03 Contract Service - FirE DeparBnmt 502004 Tehphone 502m&02 REpairs - Vehlcles 5020(B.G1 Repahs - Rados 502016 Refemce Ubnry nrdtad *,r,,tr}sTotab Otrrating & Haiilteaancr 503002 Dues, Phmbcrshlps,grbs(rlpEons 503003 t'llscell.neous 5{,3004 Prlntlng 503{n5"01 $pplles - Offlce 503005-tl9 SuDlies . Tods 5030$-02 In$rance - Vehlde 503{XX}01 Vehlde Expenses - Fuel 503m902 Vehlde E0€r6es - Oil 503{x)!}03 vetdde E4€ns€s - Pa'ts & Supplks 50300S06 Vett'de E D€nses t bor 503010 ConUa AEt - Vehicle tabff wrahng & l|ahtenance Totak thr{ai 507001-01 Cash fuEhases - Vehldes 507m1-04 Cash Purdrases - Ofhte 507m1-20 Cash Prrdases - Other Capttel Talab Program 111 - Euilding Totals Div6ion 00--Tobls Department 05 - Community O€velopmcnt Totnls D€partnent 06-Publi€Safcty Div6ron 00 - - Program r.0S - Admlnistratlon futgnnel Seftixs 501mr.Ot Payrol - Regdnr 50100Z{l Payrol Overuflre ttegular 501003 Papofl SenefiB 50103-0f Paym{ t!€ndlts - Recr€auon Eenellt 5{1t003-02 PaEo{ Bene{its - Polke Recr€atlon Crntet 501m3-OS P.ytol Eefretits - Polke lncenti,/e 501m3-05 Payrol Eenelib - Reurement 501003-07 Ptrol Bertdits - Pollce RcUlcrlent $t r,42l.m $ r r.42 r.o0 $u,497.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $408,3{4.m 1298,103.m $299,833.m s968,928.m t858,687.m $s7,933.00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .m .m .m $968,928.m $858,587.00 $857,933.00 240,r37.00 4,m0.00 ,m 3,r95.00 660.U) r,2m.00 3,6n,0 r4,962.m z1{!,137.00 {,000.00 .00 3,195.00 660.m 1,200.00 3,5n,OO 14,962.00 247,728.00 4,000,00 .m 3,291.00 680.m r,200,00 4,349.00 17,4o3,fi o).Y(J (o o_ OF I- Rtn by Marianne Rakowski on l0l2al20l7 08:59:(X AM Page 16 d E SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2017 Adopted 2017 ArneMed Account A(fount 'und OO1 - General Fund D(Pfr{sE Department 06- PubllcSafety Drvrsron 0O - - Prograr0 103 - Admlnirtratlon fbr*nnel Seuices 50f003-m Payrol Benerils - Medicare 50tm3-09 Payoll 8€oefits - Fica 50t@3-10 Paytoll BenefiE - Health lnsuranae 501003-lf Pnyrol BeneflB - S€asonal lleallr lniuancc 501003'12 Payrol Benelits - H?alth Relmburs€rn€nt 501003-13 Paymll EeneRE - DenEl lnnrr6nce 50lm3-14 Payro[ 8enents - Vislon Insrance 501m3-$ PaymllSeflefiB Sbrdard-UfeIAD&D 50tm3-16 P.yrol 8en€ftts - Ogna - Ufe/AO&D 501003-t7 Pdyro[ B€neRE - Dependant Ule 501003-18 Pdlrtofl Benefits - long Tem Disabillty 501003-19 Paym{Eenelits-Unempbymentlnsuraflce 501003-20 Pafryoll Eenefits - Work nans Comp 50t0O3-Zl Paytoll Eeneflts - Tanble llfe 50ltxl4 Trahin0/ Reds[auons 501m5 Travel & Meeung Apenses 3,53r.m .m ro!1,68r,m ,m .m 7n.w 6t3.m 653.m .m 35.m 1,785.00 rur.m 6,{fi,m .00 9,500,00 600.00 5m.m 300.00 1,200.00 .00 140,600.00 6,m0.00 3,S3r.00 .00 r(x),68l.q) .00 .00 7n.fi 6r3.m 653.00 .00 35.00 1,785.0O 73t.00 6,404.00 ,00 9,500.00 600.00 500.00 300,(n 1,200.00 .00 140,600,00 6,000.00 3,650.00 .00 ttz646.0o .m .00 ml.m 597.00 1,498.00 .m 34.00 1,957.00 755.00 4,627,00 .00 9,Soo.oo 6m.m 500.m 300.m 1,200.00 .00 r49,460.00 6,000.00 ceNce o ro @ frtsonnel *rvces Tbtats l,5o0.m r,5oo.oo 1,500.00 4,500.00 4,500.00 4,500.00 hr&t asd Serviceg 5{12004 Tekphone 502007-01 MamEnanoe A0reemenB - Copler 502flP01 Repairs - Equipment 502m!)0? mailing - Freight A $ipping 502013-01 Leased €quitrnent - Copier 5020f5 Oocument lmaglrE 502020 Cammun&aUon Services 502021 Profes$onal Servres Pudrasd *rv,ccg Tobls 1158,700.00 tr54/w,w tlb/,500,uJ Orymtiag & Naintenu@ 50300r-02 Advenishg-.Iobs 50300f-05 Adverusing - OdEr 50302 Dues, Membershlps, Subsoipuons 503003 Misc€llaneous 503m4 Prlntim 503005-01 Supplles - Office 503m5-05 SupplEs - Dab ftocessirE .00 500.00 1,m0,00 2,300.00 600.00 1,000.00 250.m .00 .00 t,q)0.00 2,3@.00 6m.00 1,000,00 250.m .m .m l.0q).00 1,5{x}.00 600.00 r,000,00 250.m o).Yo(5 o_ C)F l-r I Run by Marianne Rakoryski on lOlZ{l2OLT 08:59:04 AM Page uoff, 2018 Finanre Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Accoudt Descn(flon 2017 Adopted Budoet 2017 Arnerded Bucloet 2018 Rnance SNOWMASS VILLAGE Account fund OO1. Gcrieral Fund O(PENS€ DepartmenL 06 - PublicSafaty &vEaon OO - - Program 1O3 - Admlnlstratlon Oqratiag S lqantendnce 503008-03 ln$rance - Other 503013 tlniforms 6,502.00 750.00 6,502.00 750.00 6,8t t.00 750.00 Ope ra lt',gt & tl a n t e n a nL? Tot a ls tr2,902.00 $12,402.00 $u,911.00 .m .00 r,s00.00 to.oo s0.00 $1,500.00 coN cv) .00 .m ,00 .00 .00 .00 .00 ,m .m ,m .00 qo4atfufis & Granls so{001.02 TIPS AjfiaLons & Granls Tolals C,tpital 507001-fi Cash Pudrases. Of,ice 50700f-OS Cash Pmhases - @nputer 507001- tZ Carh Purdrrs€s - Fumiurc & Flxturcs 507001-20 cash Purdrases - Olher Capilel Tobls I rogram 103 - Admlnlstratlon Tolals Pr@ram 112 - Patrol tu@melktuiee 50100f-01 PryroI - Regdar 501002-0t Payro[ Or€ldme Regular 501002-fi Payrol OveruEre- Dt t @rtrdct 501003 Payrol tlenelits 501m3-01 PafoI EerEliE - Rrcreauon B€nefrt 501$302 PayroI Ben€titr - pollce Reoeatlon Gnter 50100305 Payroll Benefits - 9olte lncentive 501m3-06 Papol Bercfits - Rrthem€nt 501003-07 Payo[ BeneliB - pollce RetlEment 50fm3-08 PayroX SenefiB - MedEre 50r003-B Paymll Bene,iB - Fl(a 501m3-t0 Paym[ B€n€rits - l-hal$ ln$,r.ne 50tm3-tl Paymll Bene,iB - Seasonal Health lnsurance 501003-!2 Paymll Benef}ts - Healh Retmbursement 50f(n$13 Paymll EemFlts - El€ntal lnsurance 50t001t{ Papoll llcneliB - Vision In$rance 501003-15 Payoll BenefiE - Standard - Lre / ADa D 501003-16 P.roll Eenefits - Ggne - lJe/Ao&D 501(tr117 Payoll BenelE - Dependant l.[e 50100$18 Payroll ll€neflts - tonglem Disabllity t569,6{S.00 $569,r4s.00 $610,287.00 57r,960.00 85,m0.m 25,qp.m .m 8,520.00 2,640.m 7,zm.,W .m 45,645.m 9,858.m .m 209,700.00 .00 .00 ?.An.W t,636.00 r554.00 .00 53.00 4,25t.00 57t,960.00 85,000.q) 25,0@.00 .00 8,520.00 2,640.00 7,200,00 .m 45.545.m 9,868.m .00 209,70n.O0 ,00 .00 2,O77.W 1,636.00 1,554,00 ,00 53.m 4,251.00 57t.122.00 85.000.00 25,0(x).m .m 8,775.00 2,720.N 7,200.00 .m 5r,40r.00 9.876.d) .m 23t,656.00 .m .m 2,4(H,00 r,591.m 3,454.00 .00 50.00 4,5t2.00 @ o.Vo(U (L C)Ft- I Run by Marlanne Rakowski on L0l24l20fl 08159:05 AM Page t8 off, SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 2.(X2.00 r8,647.00 .00 4,m0.00 4,200.00 2,042.00 r8,647.00 .00 4,000.00 {.200.00 2,043.00 r4,040.m .00 {,@0.(x) 4,200.00 $1.0o3,993.m tl,uzy,w5,uu .00 .00 .00 .m 2,300.00 .00 .m .00 .00 2J00.0o 6,m0.00 500.00 6,m0.00 500.00 2,500,002,500.m 501003-19 Paylol BenenB - Unemphrymer* lnsurance 501m3-20 Paymll EenenE - trrorkrans Comp 501m3-21 Paymll Eenefits - Ta,6ble Ufe 50100{ Tnhing/ Registr.tlons $lms Tnrrel & meeting Expeflses Perfrnnel SeMi@sTotab Htdpd*mces 502m3 conbact s€ruiae 502m3-07 Cono"dS€,vlce - Roadng Fork Reglonal 502m3-13 coatsact S€rvlce - Gr.nts 502m8-01 Repairs - Equprnent 502008-02 Repai6 - Vehichs 502m&03 Repars - R.dios 502021 Ftofessimal Servres $2022 Lab Wort Purcfia*d SeMCes fobts Openttn| & NaMleoance 503m5-07 Supplles - Otm/Antnal Educatin 503005-08 grpdies - Lab 503006 Equlpment 50300&01 EquhnEot-Grants 503008-02 ln$rarce.Vehlde 503m9.01 Vehich Bpenses - Fuel 503m+02 velide Experses - Ol S03UB-03 vehlcleExpenses-Parts&Suprlles sll3{XB-fi V€hkleExpenses.Equltrrr€nt 503tPlO6 Vehlch Erpensca. Labor 5030t0 Cooba AcEt - vehlde tnbor 503013 unitorms Oryraling I tldinterune Totals 111,300.@ s1t.300.00 $32,300,fi) r0.00 s00I)0 4,m0.00 lo000.m 759.m 26,390J10 .m 10,352.00 3,m0.00 8,000.00 (8,mo.00) 3,m0.00 300.m 500.00 4,000.00 r0,m0.00 759.00 26,390.00 .00 10,352.00 3,m0.00 8,(xl().00 (8,000.00) 3,000,00 3(n.m 500.m 4,000.00 r0.000.00 1632.00 26,390,00 .00 t0,352.00 3,000.00 8,000.00 (8.$0.00) 3,000.00 cf)N cf) o |,-@ Apdal 507mt-01 s07m1-02 507m1-01 507m1-04 507mr-05 507mt-12 50700r-20 cash furchaG€s - vehldes Cash Purd|ces - tlotil€ Equipmert cash Purchases - Equlpment Cash Purchases - OmcE cash RtEhases - @mputer cash R rt Eses - Furniurre & Fixhrrcs Gsh turthases - Other $58,101.00 $58,301.00 t59,r/4.0u F C) -Yo (U r.700.00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 r3,200.0o .00 .00 .m ,00 .m .m r3,2m.00 .00 .00 .00 .(x) .(n .00 Cnpibl Totab 112 - Patrol Totalsftogram Program 113 - Code Entorcement WnrclSerui(B l-r I Run by Marianne Rakowski on tOl24l2OL7 08:59:05 AM Page 19 of@ .00 6,fl10.00 21,m0.00 2,300.00 .00 .m 2,500.00 500.00 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Arotrnt Aarilmt .)P(r6aron 2017 Adofled 2017 Arnended B{doetBudcPt 2018 Finance Fund O01 - General Fund D(PENSE Departmeflt 06 - Publlc Srfcty Dirlsron OO - - Program 113. Code ErrfoEement Pergtlnelfurvies 50lml-01 Payroll-Rerylar 501002-01 PaymllOr€rtheRegular 501m3 Payroll 8€netits 50t(n3-01 Payro[ Banelb - REcreauon Berdit 501003-02 Paymll Eeneflts - Folic8 Recreation CentEr 501003-06 Payroll E€nents - Reurernent 501m3-08 Paylofl 8en€RE . I'ledkare 501(x)3-0!l Parot Ben€tiB - Fi(a 501003-10 Pafofr 8€nents - Heanh Insurare 501003-U Payrdl 8€nenB Seasonal Healh lnsurance 501m3-fz Payrot BeneRE - IhaiJl Reimhtrs€ment 50100!13 Payroll EeneriE - Denurl lnsurance 50t003-14 Paymfl 8en€fits - yt$on lnsirance 501m3-15 Payrol EenenB - StaDd.rd - Ufe / AD& D 501(x)3-f6 Pdyro[ BeneliB - Ogna . UfelAO&D 501003-17 Payroll Eenelits - Dependant LiFe S0lm3-18 Payron BeneliB - lono Term Diiabdity 501m3'f9 PayrolBenetiB Un€fiployrnentlnsurance 501003-20 PaFoll SerEfiE - Workmans Comp 501{p3'21 PaymI EerEfiB - Tanble Ljfe 501m4 Tnhingjl Regisilrruons S0t005 Trdvel & l.teethg Expenses r49,606.00 10,000.m .00 3,r95.00 660.(x) 9,174.00 2,045.00 1,39r.00 52,8r6.00 3,20r.00 .m 628.m 4!t4.00 448.00 ,m 149,606.00 t0,0m.00 .m 3,195.00 660,m 9,174.00 2,045.00 r,391.00 52,816.00 3,201.00 .m 528.m 494.00 448.00 .00 r51,964.00 10,(m.00 .00 3,291.00 680.m r0,637.00 2,O77.00 r,454.{X) 56.625.00 3,454.00 4,835.00 725.m 481.00 905.00 .00 cf)N cf) o @@ fuEonnelkNtes Totals 24.00 24.00 17.00 t,t(N.m t,tB.00 1,19200 478.00 478.m 486.00 2,389.00 2,389.00 r,834.00 .m .m .00 r,000.00 1,000,00 r,000.00 rJ00,o0 1,300,00 1.300.00 Pural,ased SeMi.ns 502m3 ConFact Service 502m3-fl Cootract Servite - Aspen Anlmal Shelter $2m7-02 l*,blnEnme Agr€ements - So&uare 502U801 Repaits - Equlpment 502008-02 Repairs - Vehlchs 50200&03 Repairs " nadlos 502011103 UtiUUes - Ehc$c 502021 Pmfesslonal Servres .00 900.00 29,r38.m 450.m .m -m .m 1,500.00 .m 9m.m 29,r38.m 450.00 ,00 .00 .00 r,500.00 .m 900.m 3qs95.00 450.m .00 .00 .00 Ir500.00 o).Y() (u TL (J OryniDg & tLld,nleran@ 503004 Prirting l- I@ Rr.n by Marianne Rakourki on l0l24l20l7 08:59:05 AM s00.00 500.m 5m.m v I Page 20 ofS Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 20i"8 Account Acrount Descrinaion 20r7 Mopted &d{et 2017 Amended Bud{tet 2018 Finance fund 001 - Gencrai Fund E(PENSE Depirrtment 06 - Public Safety DiYGroD 0O - - P,ogram 1lf - Code Enforcement Aperatiitg & Nainar;dnce 503ql5-07 Srrpplies - Olne/Anh8l Educatbn 503m5{9 grppll€e - Tmls 503m5-f0 Swdies - Antmal SholEr 503m5-28 Srpplies - ParHng 503{n6 Equtpment 503m&02 Insurance.VehHe 503d19n0! vehlch Erpenscs - fuel 58{n9-02 Vehkh Bpenses - Oil 503m$03 vehrck &penses - Parts & Supplils 50:l{n9-fi VefildeErpenses-Equiprneot 503qr905 Veh@ Ep€nses- Lrbor 503010 Confa Acct.Vehlcle labor 503013 Unlforrrs 503{ll4 lJcErr€Tags r,0fit.00 rm.00 .00 2,m0.00 t,m0.00 13l,(n 4,535.m .00 2,t76.00 5m.00 2,500.00 (2,500.00) t,550.q) 80.00 r,mo.00 100.00 .00 2,(n0,00 1,000.00 r3r.00 4,535.00 .(n 2,176.00 500.00 2,500.00 (2,500.00) r,550.00 80.00 r,m0,00 1m.00 .00 4,500.00 1,000.m r02.00 4,535.00 .00 2,176.00 500.m 2,5m.00 (2,s00.00) 1,550.(x) 80.00 (f) N co o o,@ Opratrr,g B l,tdnwaae fohb $r3,572.00 stJ,5/1.u,$t6,rx3.00 to.m $0.00 t0.00 $285,513.00 328s,513.00 slo2,4{?.00 CdNt; 507m1-0t 507m1.02 507mt-03 507mt-20 C6h PurdEses'Vehldes c.sh Purdases - Mobih Equlpment cash Purcllases - Egu,pm€nt Cash furclnses - Otier .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .m .m Program Gf;ital Tbtals 113 - Cod€ Enfortcment Totats Program 114 - Court furynnelkmccs $1001-01 Payroll - Regular 50tm2.01 Payroll Ovsr&ne Regular 50t003 Paymll Eenefits 501m4 Trainingy' Regisuauons 501005 Tra,rel & Meeung Erpcnses Purdtagl knlcg 502003 Ontract S€,vlce 50.00 50.00 So.(x) Pzoo.oo 2oo.oo 2m.qt -9 frtsnnel kvices foAfs (o o_ r5,m0.@ t5,q,0.00 15,000,m C) Putrlrds.d ktutes To tals Opefi tinq & l,la in tena n@ 503002 Dues, Hembcrsilps, Subsolpttons t\ Rutr by Mariann€ Rakowski on lOlZ4pA!7 08:59:05 AM 100.00 100.00 1(rc.00 Page 2l of @ NOW VI GE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 35.00 70.00 r00.@ r00.00 35.00 70.00 r00.00 r00.00 35.00 70.00 r00.m 100.m t405.00 .m t,105.00 .00 $405.00 .00 tr,957,607.00 Sr,957,r07.00 ,2,050,603.00 503m3 liiscelaneous 503004 Prbdng 503005-01 Supdies - Oflice 503{XF05 9pplies - Dab Procesiirq Wrahng & I\tanlEnance Tolalt hptal 50700f-20 cash Purdrases - Olhel Apndl Total, Pr@ram 114 - Court Totrls Drvisnn 00--Totals f,iepartment 06 - Publlc Satety 'r tals Departmenl 07 -Transportatlofi Dtv,sl'-ln 0{r - - Program 103. Adm{nistrttion lu$onnel SeftEes 50lml-01 Payro[ - Regulat $1m2-0f Paym[ Overtlme Regular Ylt003 PayroI8ene,is 50t003'0f Paytoll BeoefrB - RcsEalhn 8€nelit 501003-06 Payro! Eenetits - Reti€rnent 50l{D30B Payml EernfiB - Medicare 50lm3.tE Paymll BenefiB - ne 50f003-10 Payrol Beneflts - llealth lnsurane 50tm3.lt Paymn Ben€nts - Seasooal Healtt Insurance 50fm3.12 Payro[ EenenB - Heallh R€mboE€ment 501m3-13 Payml 8emfiB - Dental Insurame sotmll4 Paymf 8enents - Vis|m Insurance 50f(n3-f5 Payroll BeneiB - Sr.ndard - tiae / AD& D 50lmll6 Parol BeneFrts - Ggna - Uae/AD&D 501(xl3.17 Payml BenefiB - oepen&nt Ltre 50rm:Fl8 Payrol EeneRtr - tong Tem D,tsabllity 50f003-t9 PaymlB€nefiE.themployrnentlnsurane sotqr3 m Paym! B€nefiG - Workmans Comp 50100121 Paym! Benefis - Tanble Ute 501m4 Tnlnlnd Reglsbadons 501005 T6vel& theu'rg E4€rEcs Petgnnel se/yices fobb P,trcha# *rvices 502003 Confet SeM@ 502004 Telephone $2007-01 mahEnaocE &rE€m€nB - Copiet 502008-01 Repalrs - Equipilent iffi 92,0s0,603.00 r59,123.00 1,000,00 .o) 3,289.00 r2,r36.00 5t2,m .00 15,291.m .00 .*) 1,4t5.00 5Sr.m 786.m .00 15.00 t,334.00 529,00 {,826.00 ,m t,050.m 2,500.00 159,123.00 160.204.00 1,0@.00 r,{100.00 .m .00 3,289.00 3,9!'8.00 12,[36,00 t4,754.fi 612.m 744.00 .00 "0035,29t.(x) 42,902.m .00 .00 .00 .00 1,4t5.00 r,720.00 55r.m 670.00 786.00 955.00 .m .00 15.00 19.00 r,334.(x) t,62z.m s29.00 643.00 4F26.00 5,867.00 .{n .00 r,050.00 1,0$.00 2,5m.00 2,150,00 CONco oo O) o)lz,224,457.W t224,457.@ f238,298.00 r00.00 420.00 4q).m .00 100.00 420.00 4U,.00 .00 rm.m 420.m 7ZA.W .00 -o (U o_ C)Fr\ Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l24l21l7 08159:05 AM Page 22 of E Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Aarount Acoufit Descriot|$n 2017 Adorxed &rdapt 2017 Amended tllrdr.t ?018 Finance I Nfir,r OOI - General Fund OOENSE Department 07 - Transfrortation Divlson 00 - - Program 103 - Adminlstration Putdra*d ScNRs 50200+02 Mailng - Freight & Shlpping 502010 Utilites 50201t>0r Uuitles - Water & SaDlbUon 50201G02 Uultls - Gas 50201003 Udil,r's - El€ctic 5020lll(X Uulifns - Tnsh 5O201G05 UUUtes.Seority $2013-01 Leas€d EquiFrlert - @phr $2021 Pmfesdon.l Seruk"s nndrdd *tvcesTotab Oqrating& llainteoaoe 503002 Oues, Membe6nip6, SubscrlpUons CEm3 tlirce0an€0l6 503m5-01 Supples - Omce 503m5-$ Supplhs - Gfiee 503{n5-05 Supdies - Oatr Procectng 503{1(}6 Egutpmeot 503m7-0f 8{rildlng Lease Payments - Rent 503m7-02 &lrHirE t€ase Payments. CAHS 503m7-05 &r.hirlg Lease PaymenB - Irliscefianeous 503013 Unifonm 501115 Fwrture Ofraung & l,tanteqance Totils 96,00 ,00 .00 .00 r,308.u) .m .00 r,8{D.oo 5,148,(x) 95.00 .m .00 .00 rp08.00 .00 .00 1,800.00 5,248.00 .00 ,m .m .00 .00 1,353.00 96,00 1,800.00 1,000.00 CO s9,4sz,m 5,952.00 5,952.fl) 50.fr) 1,9fi).00 2,740.00 2,000.00 5m.m 40,555,m 22,7X.W 2,575.(x) .00 .m 5,552.00 50.m t,900.00 2,305.00 2,m0.00 5u).00 41,756.00 22,704.fi 2,652.00 .00 .00 t9,452.m $5,489.00 50.00 t,900.00 2,740.N 2,000,00 500.00 40,555.m 22,76.6 2,575.00 .00 .00 (\I cf) o ro) tliirti! 507mr-0r 507001-02 507m1-03 507(xu-(x s0700r-0s 50700r-12 507001-20 Cash Purchases - vehides cash PurdEses nbtBe EqdFrent c.sh Purdases - EqulFnent Cash Purchases - Ofiice Cash Purchases - ComnJter cash Purchases - Fumihrre & Rftrres cash Pu[hasss - Other 178,978.00 t78,978.00 t79.519.00 $3r2,887.m t3r7,887.m $323,306.m o.Yo(5 o_ t- I .m .m .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 5,000.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Progmnr Program 115.8u3 Progrrm krsnnelkrvc6 AptalroAB 103 . Administratlon Totats Run by Maname Rako,vski on 1012412017 08:59:06 AM Page 23 offl Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 50100t-01 50lmr-03 50lml-04 50tmz-0t 50rm2.02 501002-03 50t003 501003-01 s01003.06 501003.08 50r003-09 s01m1.r0 501003'rr 501003,12 501m3-t3 s01003-14 s01003 t5 s0l(tr3't6 501m3-17 501003-18 501003-19 50t003-20 s0r003-21 501004 501005 501006 1,525,006.00 39,089.@ 3,431.00 86,913.00 .00 .00 .00 30,065.00 92,124.fi) 27,r54.m 4t,191.00 438.396.00 r06,89)2.00 32,259.00 24,035.m 7,74L40 6,980.00 .m 278.00 12,587.00 5,592.00 60,034.00 .00 1,892.00 3,750.00 r2,396.m Paymll - Reqrlal Paymll - Specrals/Ellled Payroll - Spedals/Donoted Paymll O/e{tlrne Regular PaymllOrerllme - Spedals DonaM Payoll Over{me - Speclals Payro0 BenefiB Paylol Benetits - Reoeauon Eenerit Paymll BenefiE - Reur€ment Paym[ Bene{its . Medicare Paymll EeneriB - Rca Paymll Benents - ll€allh lnsunnce Paymll Benefits - Seasooal lleallh lnqrrance Payroll BeneRB . lbalth Relmbursoment Payrofl BenefiB . OenBl lnsurance Paym[ Bene,iB - Visbn lnsrnnce Paymll Eenellts - Standard - Ufe / AD& D Payroll B€nerits - Ggna. t"[e/AD&D Paynll IhneRB - Dependant Ufe Payroll BeneRE - tong Te,m Dlsabllity Paymll Beneflts - Unemploryrmnt lnsurarEe Payroll BenefiB - Workmans Comp Paymll BenenB - Ta)@ble Life Tra iningy' Regisu-atlons Tr.vel & l,leeung E$€nsss RFTA Bus Pass Emdoyee (f) N(e o N O) krsnoel *MCes Totats 92,38r.9tr.00 ,gb{.{x, tz,5st.urw Pvrdpsed ktwces 502003 contrdct Servke 502m3-m C.on!-act SeMce - Transportation 50200{ Telephone 502q1601 Bululng ttahtsnsnce - General 502@8-01 Repairs - Eguipment 502008-{12 nepairs - Vehlcles 5{t2m8-03 Repalrs - Radbg 502{XXI02 Hailing - FrEigt* & Shipplng 502010 Uulll€s 5020100r utilnies - waEr & sanihtion 502010'02 Uulit es - Gas 502010-03 wliues - Ekcrk 5020tG04 tftitnies - Trastt 5020IGOS Uuli0es - Sedrrlty 3,019.00 75,478.n 1,680.00 23,l@,q) .00 r9,0m.m 2,750.00 .m .m 96r.m 2,051.00 3,055.m t{6.m 350.m 3,or9.dl 75,478.00 r,580.00 B.lm.m .m r9.000.00 2,750.0O .00 .m 96r.00 2,05r.00 3,055.00 r46.00 360.00 5,607,00 73,058.m 1,680.m 23,350.00 .m rc,000.00 2,750,00 .00 .m 995.00 2,052.00 3,050.00 144.m 378.m oJoo o- OF Nr Rtn by Marianne Rakowski on lOl24l2OL7 08:59:05 AM Paqe 2a ofE r{?3,7*4.m \473,7q4.W 28,0,t0,00 28,040.m 4,9G.00 4,9&.00 84,0!'5.00 84,095.m .00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 .00 26,831.00 26,83t.00 72,127.fr 72,327.N 24,232.N 24,232.fi 36,759.00 35,759.00 38r,346.00 381,346,00 9s,392.m 95,392.00 28.789.00 28,781.00 21,450.m 21,450.00 6,!09.00 6,909.00 6,229.W 6,229.00 .m .00 248.m 248.00 u,233.m il,D3.m 4,9![.00 4,Ett.00 53.575.00 53,575.00 .00 .m 980.00 9c).00 7,5m.00 7,500,00 12,390.00 12,390.m Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2017 A.,opted 2017 Arnended Amrmt flo<rlrtffi SN,O-\ILMLSS VILLAGE Amnlnl 2018 Finarce Fund 001 - General Fund O(P€ilSE Clepanment 07 - Trensportation Division 00 - - Program tl5 - Eus Program Purdadkwires 502021 Professbnal Scrvals 9,520.00 9.520,00 9,233.00 htrchased SeNices Tota ls $14t.120.m t141,120.00 s142,307.00 ofrrattng & Hatntcnan@ 50300r-02 Advertltng - JoE 503001-05 AdlerUskrg.Other 503002 Dues, Memb€rshlps, Subssiptrons 503003 tlisoellaneous 503m4 PrtnUng 503005-01 Supplies - Office 503005-03 Supplies - O€antng 503005-12 Supplies - L.nds€aping 503005 Equirment 503{n8-02 lnerrance - vehlde 503{Xr9-0f Vehlch Apenses - Fuel 50300$02 vehije Erpens€s - Oil 503{Xl}03 vehkle Expensos - Parts & Srpplles 50300$fi Vehtsla Expenses Equhment 5o3txr!l-05 Vehlcle Apenses - Repa,rs 13561 503qPO6 vehlde Expenses - Labor 503010 &rtrd Acrt - Vehlcle Labor 503013 Unifoms 503{lt6 99ns 2,520.00 4,245.00 .00 3,575.00 s,830.00 .m 50.00 .00 1,724,00 3r,928.00 243,207.00 .00 u8,203,00 7,7t3.OO .00 4.245.00 .00 3,57S.00 5,830.00 ,m 50.00 ,00 1,724.OO 31,928.00 214,857.00 .00 rrs,203.@ 7,7t3.OO .00 4,3r2,00 .00 4,r75.00 s.330.00 .00 50.00 .00 t,724.00 29,735.00 248,848.00 .m 122,544.00 8513.00 (o Nco o (f, o, wnthg & t'lalnte,raoce Totals .$ .00 .00 r$,000.00 r50,m0.00 154,675.00 (150,000.00) (150,m0.00) (154,675.00) 5,200.00 5,200.00 s,200.00 3,5m.oo 3,500.00 4"?50.00 LJltttJ,t $700r-01 507001-02 507001-03 50700r-04 50700r-0s 507001.12 507001-20 Cash turdraies - vehldes cnsh Purchases - ,'louh Equlpment Cash Purdrrses . Equlpment cast Purchases - Otnce Cash Purclnses . Gmput€t Cash Purduses fumltura & Firt rcs Cash Purdrases - Olller Captal lobls Program 1t5 - Bus Program ToLals o.Yo(o(L l-r I .m ,00 .00 ,{x} .m .00 .(x) .00 .00 .00 .m .q) .00 .00 .m .m .m ,m .m .m .m Program 116 - Parking Program futgnfflSerui$ Rtn by Marianne Rakowsti on 1012412017 08:59105 AM Page 25 of E SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 50lmr-0r Papol - Regula 501m2-01 Payroll Ovartlme Regu"ar 501003 Payroll Senefits 501003-01 Pafoll BcnenE - Recrention Benefit 501003.06 Payro$ Benefitr - Rebement 50100108 PayroI Benefits - l.ledlcare 501003-09 Paytofi 8€nefits - Fica 501m3-10 Payo{ Benefrts - Health In$rrdncE 501003-ff Paymll 8€nenB - Saasonal Healu lnsurance 501003-12 Payroll EeneRB - Heald! Rehbursemnt 501003-13 Pa!,ro{ B€flenE - D€nbl lnsnrance 501003-t4 Piyrofl t!€netits - Vrsion lnnnance 501003-15 PaFo{ Benefib - Sndard - tlfe / AD& D 501m3-16 Payroll EenenE - oona - ufe/AD&D 501003-17 Payroll Eenefits - D€pendant tife 501003-18 Pafon Beoe.rits - toflg Term Disability 501m3-f9 Payro{ 8enelits - Unemployment lnsurance 501003-20 Payro[ BeneliB - Workmans Comp S010Ol-21 rayroll Eeneflts - Tanbh Ufe ktfindel Seilins fods nmhad*flices 502m3 @ntract SeMce $2m9-02 Mailing - Frebht & Shipphg 50202r Pmfedonal S€rvices hrdrad*Niesfobb Oqtallng & Nainteoance 503001-05 Mvertising - Oher 503003 Mlsce[an€ors 503lnt0t Supplis - Ofrke 503mt28 Supplies - Parrhg 503013 Uotforms 503015 Fumiure 503016 Signs @erating & ttamtenane Tolab cadat 5{r7(D1-20 Cash PurEhases - Other 38,54t.00 1,200.m ,00 .m 3,752.00 966.m 778,@ 16,856.m .m .m 5.16.00 228.m 12A.W 74.04 5.(x) 37t,fi) r99.m 750.m 38,64r,00 r,200.(x) .00 .u) 3,752.00 966.00 778.n 16.856.m .00 .00 5.16.00 228.00 228.00 74.00 6.00 371.m 199.00 750.00 69,750.m r,2oo.0o .m t,070.00 5,458.00 1,257.00 472,V) 27.839.00 .00 .m 575.m 414,00 .r21.00 .00 9,00 554.00 258.00 1,347.00 CONca v O) .00 .00 ,00 .00 .m .00 23.322.00 .00 .m $.m 2,000.00 2m.(x, .00 1,{55.00 .(xt .00 3m.00 2.000.00 l6,2m.m .00 1,455.00 .00 .(n 300.00 2.rx,0.00 200.00 .00 2,305.00 .m .m 300.00 t0.00 ,23.322.00 $3,9ss.00 $19,955.00 .m .00 $4.u)5.m ,00 o t0.00 t0.00 10.00 program Program 117 - ParEel C Petsnnelkryices 50l0ol-01 Payrol - Regular gll002-01 Patrol Overtime Regular ApiblTobls 116 - Parklng Program Totals $08.550.00 78,ZU.w 2,500.00 78,264.6 2,500.00 m,457.00 2,500.00 $84,550^0O $138,75t.tX)o_ C)F F- Run by Marianne Rakowsli on l0l24l20l7 08:59:06 AM Page 26 of f, Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Aceq{ot AcEount Descri$ron 2017 Adopted B{xhet 2017 Amended Eudo€t 2018 Financo SNOWMASS VILLAGE fund 001 - General Fund E(PTNSE Department 07 - Transportation Divrsnn 00 - - l)rogram 117 - Parcel C futsmel kMiccs 501m3 Paymfl Eeoefits 50t003-0f Pafotr Berlefils - Recreatlon B€nefit 50f003-06 Payro[Benents'Reu'entent 501m3-08 Pafon Benefits - PledicarE 501003-$l Payol 8efleflts - Fka 50lm3-10 Prymll 8€nents - |le.lth tnsurance 501m3-lf Payroll Benefib - Seasoml Heatti tnswznre 501003-tZ Fdyrol BenefiB - tlealth Reimburs€ment 50l(trlf3 Paymll BeneflB - Oenhl lnsurancn 501m3-14 Paymll BenetlB - Vlslm In$rrdoce 50108-15 Paymll BonenB - Stailrard - Ue / AD& D 501(x)&16 P.yro[ BeneliB - Ogna - l-re/AD&D 501003-f7 Payroll Benefib - Dependa.lt Lfe 50100'18 Paymll BcnellB - Lrng Term Dlsabllw 501003-19 PaymllBeneff,s-tnemployrnentlngurance 50f(X):F20 Pafoll 8€nefiB - Worlmans Comp 50f00y2f Piymll oeneliB - TaEtle Life futsnnclkw@s Totals nJrcJEsd *tvr(6 502003 Crnractseryicr 502004 Telephone 502(xl60l Bdldlng tlahEBsnce - Gemrat 502008.01 Repairs - Equipment 50200$02 ,{afllng - Frelght & Shipping 502010 t tiliries 5020fo0r Uolitles - Water & Sanit tbn 50201G02 uulitles - Gas 50201G03 Uulites - Eledic 5020tG0{ tl,lites - Trds}r 502010"05 tfillti(ls - Seorrity Ardrr# *Nic$Tolals @ a tlng & l"la i nten at2 ce 503tP3 Flscelan€otls 503m5-02 Supdlcs - Buildlng 503005-03 Supdes - Oeilhg .m 2,270.n 3,648.m r,287.00 r,820.m r8,825.m 2,037.00 .00 878.m 368.m 230.m .00 13.00 441,00 265.00 2,331.00 .00 .00 2,270.N 3,548.00 1,287.00 1,820.00 l&825.0O 2,037.00 .00 878.00 368.00 230.q) .00 13.00 441,00 265.00 2,331.(x! .00 .00 3,085.00 4,961.00 r,750.00 2A75.ffi 25,600.00 2.770.00 .(x) ,,t94.00 501.m 3r3.m .00 r8.00 600.00 36r.00 3,r70.00 .00 coN (f) o lo O) ll,s,ln.n 9,486.00 $l15.12.00 $r19,756.m u,376.00 420.00 4,0$.0o 6S5.00 r50.00 .00 8,076.m 55,505.00 4,128.00 .00 .00 420.00 3.250.00 655.00 150.00 .m 7,Crt?.00 48,7m.fi 4,689,00 .00 '00 11.486.00 420.00 3.250.00 555.m 150.00 .m 7,667.00 48,770.6 4,689.00 .00 ,00 o.Yo(U 2q1.00 6,3S!.00 8,930.00 200.00 6,390.00 8830.00 200,00 6,390.00 9.530.00 ftr () F t- Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0lz4l20l7 08:59:06 AM Page 27 of S Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 WMASS VILLAGES Atrdrni fM{ran 20t7 Adopted 2017 Amended a0d&tBudort 2018 Rnance sm.m 4m.m 1,300,00 2,227.m 3,77r.n 6m.00 r50.m s00.00 1,4m.00 1,300.00 2,227,O0 3,77t.00 600.00 r50.m qn.00 r,400.00 1.500.00 2,333.00 4,848.00 600.m t50.m Fund 001 - Gencral Fund D(P TSE D€partment 07 - Trarrportation Divrsion 00 - - Pro{ram 117 - Parcel C @rating & Naintenance 503(x)5.0{l Supplhs - Tods 503tntt2 S0pdi€s - Lsndscaphg 50ilP6 Eguhment 503007-02 Building Le.se P.ymenB " CAl,lS 503{,0&03 Incrraoe - Other 503013 Unlforms 503016 Sig]E Awrating & I'taintenaoe fohb {:af'lrt 50700f-20 ca$ Prndrases - Olher Capltal lbtiils I)rrrol rlr 117 ' Partal C Tobls DNrson 0O--Totah Departftent 07 - T.aoiportatlon Totals Departrnent 08 - Parks & Recr€ation Divison o0 - - Program 129-Parks&Tralls fr$onffl Senr'lres 50t00t-01 Payrol - Regulr 50lmt-02 Payrotr - Seasonal 501002-01 Pdyro[ Overttne Rery]ar 501(x)3 Payrofl Beneflts 501003-01 Payrol BeneflB - Recreatlon Eenelit 501003-05 Payro[8€fletiB-Reur€ment 501003-08 Payrol B€neftb- iledcare 501003.09 Payroll 8enefib - Flo S01001t0 Pdyrol 8€nenE - Healh lnirrance 501003-U Payrol BenenB - Seasonal ]lealtt tn$rance 5{rtm3-n Pafol EenenB - Health R€imbursern€nt 50tm3-13 Payrol Ben€nB - Dent l lnntr.ncE 501m3-f4 PaFo[ Benelits - \fision tnqrance 50t(x)3-r5 Pal,rol 8€mliE - Standard - Ure / AD& D 501003-16 Pnyro[ B€n€fiB - ogna - tife/AD&D 501m3-t7 PayroX Ben€tiB - Depen&nt Ute 501003-18 Payroll BenenB - long Term Dlsrb[lty $24,468,00 s25,468.00 4Zsm.m $27,45 1.00 87Jr0.m 125,337.00 50,755.m 2,500,m .m 4,260.00 8,&12.00 t,8z7.m 3,873.00 55.r53.m 3.84r.00 .m 649.00 5tl.m 441.m .m l7.m r,048.m r26,337.00 50,755.m 2,500.00 .m 4,260.00 8,822.00 t,827.00 3,873.00 55,153.00 3.84t.00 .00 649.00 5r r.00 lHr.00 .00 17.00 t,H8.00 t20,384.00 68,r39.m 2,5fl),00 .m 5,485.00 9,63r.00 t,746.00 5,213.00 68,387.00 {,t44.(x) 4,144,00 7Sr.00 497.m 99s.00 .00 u.00 r,322,00 cf) o.Y(-)o(L OFt- I Run by Mafianne Rako,skl on L0l24lZOl7 08159:06 AM Page 28 or @ Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Payrol BeneRE - Unemployment ln$rance Payrol Benelits - Workmans Comp Payrol Eeneaits - Tanbh t lfe Tnlnlng/ Reglstnuofls Tnvel & Meetjng Expenses 530.m 1,855.00 .m 2,{n0.00 730.m 530.00 1,85S.00 .00 2,fit0.00 730.00 566.m 4,153.00 .m 2,000.00 730.00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE s0r003 19 s0100I20 50lml zt 501m4 50r005 lbtgnnel Sc.iliats Totals $255,149.00 $265,149.00 TJ{JU,UryI.tIJ hr.rrtased kMces 502003 Contrdct SeMce 50200112 @ltract Service - Summer MEl Tralls-west dde 502004 Telephone 50Xn&02 Repairs - vetkles 502q)!I02 HallirE - Freight & Shhplng 502010 UUIiUes 5020fG0t tUllfl€s-Water&Sanlttuon 50201G02 ttitiues-Gas 50201&03 t tiliU€s - Elect i. 50201G04 ttltes-Trash 5020t005 Utiliues - Seodty 502013 Leas€d Egupment 50202{ weed Cmbol 2m,000.00 15,m0.00 r,620.00 .00 .m .m 14.0(x).m .00 5,500.00 .m .m .00 25,000.m 2m,m0.00 15,000.00 1,620.00 .00 .00 .m 14,000.m .m 5.500.00 .00 .00 .00 25,000.m 2m,m0.00 15,0(n.|tr r,620.00 208.m .00 .00 14,(m.00 .00 5,500.00 .m .00 .m 25,(m.m cf)Nco o lUdlrafr *:fr:rtt Tolak 1261,r20.m Oprratno & Wintcnanct 503001-02 Mverulng - JoB 503m1-0S Adverdsng - Oher 503002 Dues. l,lember5trDs, g,bscrlpuons 503003 Mirce[aneorrs 503{Xl4 PrlnHnO 50300$01 $lpdles - ffiEe 50ilnt02 Supdi5 - B0rldang 503q!5 09 Supd€s - Tods 5030$12 Snpplies - lnrdsclplry 501m5-31 Supdl€s - IcE Rlnk 501m8 02 ln$rance - vehlde 503m9-01 VetrideErpenser-Fuel 503UF02 Vehlcb Expenses - Oil 503m9.03 Vehkh Apens€s - Part' & g.pptes 503{x)}H vehkb Expenses - Equirrpnt 503{10}06 Vehkle Expenses - Labor 503010 conFa A6t - Vet$cle [.bor 503013 Untrforms .00 .m .m .00 5,000.00 .00 .00 5.000.m 20,000.m .00 288.m 7822.m .m 6,441.m .00 t0,0m.m (10,000.00) 850.m .00 .00 ,c0 ,00 5,000.(x) .m .00 5,000.00 20,000.00 .00 288.00 7,822.@ .m 6,44r.00 ,m r0 000.00 (r0.000.00) 8$.m .m .00 .m .00 5,(m0.00 .m .00 5.m0.00 22,m0.00 .m 349.00 7,882.m .00 6,44 1.00 .m 10,000,m {10,000.00) -00 o -Y(J (I, (L @eatfig & tdantenance Totals Qtptat t-r t Rrn by Marianne Rakowdri on lOl24l2OL7 08:59:07 AM Page 29 of S WM VILLAN Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 ,orrAhl.d 20l7ll[i& fund 0Ol. G.n.El F!n.l EXP6E6 oerrnmit o3-t kIEao..tlon tio!@ 129. P.rb & Tr{r 50mr0r c.atArrlEa-v.lttl6 m .ql .m50,u!.t @r Artiaaar . ibd. Rup.at .& .00 0 5orq,l.l,l C.3n Aftiar ' !4l|Er .o .ll0 .@ sonEr-rE od! hnhs . rr{ lnloto/!,rfiE .q, .(! rqrmrD50rot- @rAftrB.dt.r !.m.m !.qlr.q, t,@.6 f3,0(I).00 $3,000.00 tlt,{n0.00 Proqram Gpital Tobls 129 - Parks & Tralls Totals 7574,5m,W $574,670,m $619,804.00 z50.00 250,00 580.00 coNrf) $z50.00 t250.00 3580.00 o Progr(rm 130 - Rodro Purda*d *nt?s 50201G03 tUliues-Ebctic Purchased krvces Totnl, OFraDng & lnainlenaut 503023 Gmunds Malntenance Operaltaq & Hatnlenancp robb Program 13O - Rodco Tolris Program 131 - Rc<reatlon Program futfrnnel*,'y'l?|s 50100l-01 Payml - Reoular $!001-02 Payrdl . Seasonal 50t002-0t Pafol Overihe Regular 50t003 Paymfl s€rleRB 501m3-01 Payrot BenefiB - RecrEatlon Benefit 501m3-06 PayrolBenelits.ReurBment 501003-m Pryrof 8€nenB - iled,care 501003-{B P.yrol B€nefits - Frc S01003-t0 Pay.ol BeneriB. Health lnsuran@ 501003-ff Payrol Benerits - Seasonal tlealh lnsurance 50t00l-12 Payro[ Benelits - Healtft Relmbursernent 501003-13 Paytoll Eeoelits - Dental lnsurance 501003-f4 Payrol EenefiE - ViSon lnsJrance 501003'15 P.ym[ Eemfib - Standard - LJfe / AD& D 501m3-16 Ptyrol lkne,iE - Ggna - Life/AD&I) 501003-f7 Payro[ Benents - Depe]d.nt tjfe 50fm3-18 Payol Bemhts - Lono Tenn Disabiliv 501m3-19 Paymll Benetits - Uremployment lnsurance .m .00 .m 55,977.m 50,342.m r,2m.00 .m 8,520.00 3,909.00 8to.m 3,457.00 4s,9I).(x) .m .m 160.00 z0{.m r52.m .(x) u.00 416,m 319.00 55,977.00 50,542.00 r,200.00 .00 8.520.00 3,909.00 810.00 3,857.00 45,930,00 .m .00 26(}.00 204.00 t52,00 .m r7.(x) 416.m 319.m 58.354.m 50,178.m 1,200,00 .00 8,776.00 4,668.00 846.00 3.854.00 49,259.m .00 .m 3m.m 199.00 353.m .00 17.00 461.m 326.m o)Jo(o o_ (JF N-I Run by Marianne Rakowgki on l0l24l20l7 08:59:07 AM Page 30 of @ Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Paymll Benents workmans Comp PaFoll Benefrts - TaEbh Ufe Trdrnlng/ Regrstmdons Travel & Meeung Erpens€s l,l 16.00 .m t,500.m 1,000.00 r,r 16.00 .00 r,500.00 1,(x)0.00 1,005.00 .00 1,500.00 t,q)0.00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE 501003-20 50r003-2r 50rofi 501005 PwchadkNGs 5{12002 @nerlbnt 502003 Conb"ctsENlce 502UP0f Repaks - Equipment 5020!3 L€ased Equipmenr 502027 @fltract l-abor krfianet sefitrfs Tatab 7t75,7D.W t175,729.00 1182,496.m 10,000.00 2,500.00 .m .00 .00 2,s00.00 ,00 .00 ,m 2,500.00 .00 .m .m r0,(m.00r0,000,00 OXnUng & l4dtunenance 503001-02 Ad\re.ttstng - Iob6 503m1-05 A6,e.tbhs - trrer 503m3 Misctllaneors 503m$02 Snpy'lcs - &rilding 503mlu Supplles - talds(aplng 503m5-U S.rpplies - Yout t P.ograms 503005-t6 Supdles - Adnlt Prognms 503m5-f7 Supplles - Spedal Events 503U15-31 Swplies - Ice RInk 503006 Equlpment ,1ti!;ti 507001 20 P,t rctp.sed * rn ces Tottf .m 7,725.00 5t5.00 5,000.00 5r5.m 6,750.00 3,500.00 3,000.q) 10,000.00 (,gftnt;iti & tlainlenaace Tnials 2,r$.m 2,150.00 2,150.00 t36,655.00 s35,r55.00 $9,155.00 3,000,00 3.000.00 .00 t3,000.00 s3,m0.00 s0.q, .00 7.7?5.00 5r5.m 5,000.00 5t5.m 5,750.m 2,500.00 2,500.00 r0,000.00 ,00 6,225,(x) 515,00 5,000.00 515,00 5,750,00 2,500.00 2,5@.00 l0,m0.m cf)N(e o o)o) cash RJrchas€s - O0rol Ciptal l'otals Program 131 - Recreatioa Program Touls tt2t,8I#t,tN tlzb,JtH.w 52J4, r5l.tX' Progranr 132 - Recreation Center fYrgnnol Seila:es 501001-01 Payrofl - Regular 50lml{2 Payroll - Seasonal 501m2.01 Pafo[ O]€rtme Regular 501003 Paymll EenefiE 501003.0f Payoll BenetiE - Recreatlon Benetit 501003-I)6 Paym[ leoefib - ReUrement 501m3-08 Payroll Eene{its - Hedklre 501003-();) Payro[ B€n€fiB - Fica 501003-10 P.yroll Ben€fits - Healh Insurane 50lm3.fl P.ymll BenefiE - Seasonal Heaih Insurance 50tmlf2 Payoll 8enefiE - Health RElmhrrsem€nt 501m3-13 Paymll Bene'rits - DenBl lnsurance 308,033,00 56,6r5.00 r.500.00 .00 20,235.00 r5,025.m 3,rr2.00 fl,'107.00 117,498.00 5t.2t4.m .00 2,510.00 308,033.00 56,6rs.m 1,500.00 .00 20,235.m 15,025,00 3,r 12.00 1t,407.m 1t7,498.q) 51,21.1,00 .{x) 2,5 10.00 320,401.00 t45,815.00 1500.00 .00 r4,261.00 17,628.00 3,195.00 18,809.00 r33,382.00 33,154.m .00 2,r03.00 o).Yo(E (L C)F Nr Run by I'tarianne Rakowski on l0l24l70|7 08:59:07 AM Page 3r of E SNOWMASS VI Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Fund 001 - General Fund D(PENSE Departmcnt 08 - Parks & Recreation Da$sion O0 - - Program 132 - Recreation Center furgoncl ktvices 501m3-t4 Paymll Benents - Vislon Insurance 501(tr3-t5 payloll BenefiB - stail,ard - tlfe / AD& D 50tm3.t6 Payrd EeneRB - Ggna - Ufe/AO&D 501003-17 Payro: BerEfiE - thpendant Lfegrfm3-t8 Payroll BerErits - Long Term Olsabllity 501m3-19 Payro[ 8€nenB - UnempbyrEnt lnsurane 501m3 20 Payroll B€neRB - Worknrnt Comp 50rm3-2, Paym[ 8enents Tanbte lJle 50fm4 Tntnlrlg/ Rrgistsauons 501m5 Travel & Meetfu Erpcns.s t,977.00 2,036.00 .m 69.00 3.258.00 1,091.00 3,8r9.00 .00 3,000.00 2,500.00 \9n.00 2,036.00 .00 69.00 3,258.00 1,09t.00 3,8r9.00 .qt 3.m0.00 2.500.00 1.392.fl) 2,30r.00 .(x) 84.00 2,854.00 1,39!'.00 4,309,00 .00 3.0@.00 2,500,00 cf)N Cf) rur*nnol s*HicL,s Totab $604.899,00 1604,899.00 t708,097.00 turdlaxd SeM€es 502m2 Consltnant 502m2-02 Consll}bnt-Erulnedng 502m3 Contract Se]vke 502m4 Tel€phm€ 502m7{f Mahtenance Ag'ecmenB - copier 502m7-02 M.htEn nc &reemenB - Software 502m&0f RsDa[s - Equlpment 502m8-02 Repaks - vehlchs 502m9{2 l',lallng - Freight & $lpplng 50e010 Wiues 502010.0r UUliUes - Water & Sanlhuon 50201002 utilities - Grg 502010"03 uttliues - g€cbk 50201H)4 ttilides-Trash 50201HI5 Wiues - Secudry 502013 Leas€d Equipment 5{12013-01 LeasdEquipment-Copler 502027 Contsacttabor 502028 B.nk/frustee Fees .00 -00 27.0m.m 2,t00.(xt r,278.00 .00 3,100,fi) .00 550.m 5,760.00 .00 .00 ,00 .m .00 .00 1,722,00 600m.00 13,7m.00 ,m .m 2Z{no.0o 2,100.00 r,278,$ .m 3,100.00 .00 s50,m 5,760.00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 r,722.04 50.000.m 13,Zn,m .00 .00 zz(m.m 2,r00.00 t,278.00 .m 3,t00.00 .00 550.00 s,760.00 .00 ,fit ,00 .00 .00 .00 t,722.04 60,m0.00 t3,700.00 ooor o.Yoo o_ hnthased *flrcs Tobls $u5,2ro.m $r 15,?!0.00 tl!5,110.00 Ofating & lttahteaim@ 503mr.02 Ad\€dlslng - lob6 503001-t)S Advedshg - qner 9.500.00 5,000.00 8.{x)0.00 5,{rco.00 8,m0.00 5,m0,00 (JF N Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l24l2017 08159:07 AM Page 32 of $ Agount 2017Adopt€d 20!TArnenddAmuntoar.rbtloft 8u&€t &doet 2018 Finance NOWMA ILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Afiount Actount D€<cnilrrxt 2017 Adopted &idtPt 2017 Arnended &rdo€l 20lB Finance r.,; d 001 - General Fund E(PENsE D€panment 08 - Par&J & Recreation Divr9ion OO - - Program 132- R€seatlon Center o@etit o & Naintenance 503m2 Bres, Membershlpt tuMpthns 503m3 l.liscellaneous 503{IH Prinths 503m5.01 Suppll€i.Ofllce 503{tr5"02 9tppfes.&rrldltg 503m5-03 Sl,plhs - Oeaftng 503m5{B Slpplies - Tools 5{r3m5-l5 $rgplics - Youtn Proerims 503m5-16 Supdes Adult Programs 503mll7 Srrpplies - Specral Eyents 503m5-t8 grpplles - Pool 503mtr9 Srrppllcs " F0less ccnter 503mF20 suppfrcs - Concesson 503m&01 lnsur.nce - Builong 5o:lfll&02 lniurance velrire 503{I)}0l V€tlch Expenses - Fu€l 503m$02 veftlde Erpenses- (N 50:lm9-03 vrhlde Ereenses . Parts & Supplies 503m+04 vetrlcje Eroerses - Equhment 503u1906 Vdlkle E A€nses - Labor 503010 ConU" Acrt. Vghhle Labor 503013 Unlfsrm OErAtrrg & Hainlenaoae Tolals il:tt;tt 507001 0l Cash Rrchases-veHcks 50701.02 Cash Rrr$ases - rrloblk Equlpment 507001-03 Cash tu chas$ - Eqdptllrnt 507m1'{!5 cash Purchases - Lard lmprolrerEnts 507001-20 Cash Purdsses- 0ther Apiol rotub progr.im 132 - Recreatlon Center Tofals Divlsron OO - - Tot ls Deoartnlent 08 - P.rk3 & Recreatioo Tota:s Depaitn)elrt 09 - Publlc Wo.ki ,fi) .00 3,100.00 3,m0.00 8,r00.00 2"500.00 2,100.q) 1.yrc,00 1,000.00 t,m0,00 33,6r5.00 25,0m.00 r0,600.00 r3,fi3,00 2s.00 697,(n .m 27r.N .00 9(n.00 (900.00) 2"500.00 .00 .00 3,1(x).00 3,m0.00 8,r00.00 2,500.00 2,r00.00 1,500.00 1,000.00 1,m0.00 33,6t5.00 25,000.m 10,6m.m 13.5$.m 25,00 697.00 .00 27r,00 ,00 900.00 (900.0o) 2,500,00 -00 "00 3,100.00 3,000.00 8,100.00 2,500.00 2,100.00 .fi) .q) 1,000.00 33,615.00 25,000.00 10,6{!0.m 14,728.(n 75.00 697.00 .00 271.00 .00 900.m (900.001 2,500.00 (e N CO So rOr $r23,0sr.m tr2r,s5r,00 $120,286.00 .00 .00 .m o.m .00 l2,5m.m -Y (U .qI .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m ,00 .00 l-r I Run by Marianne Rakowski n fil24l20l7 08:59:07 AM Page 33 ofS Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Divsron 00 - - Program 103 - Admlnistration ktganel krwces 501mf{l Payro[ - Regular 501m2{ll Payroll Overtime Regular 501m3 PiytoI B€rEtits 501m3.0f Payroll BenefrB - Reoeation Benefit 501m106 PayroU Bernfits - f{eurement 501m3-08 Payroll Senerits - Medl@re 501m3{9 Payro[ 8en€tits - FiG 501m3-10 Payroll Benenb - Hetlh lnsunnce 501m3-ll Payot EerleIits - Seasonal Health InsurarKe 50t03-r2 Payro[ Benefits - Health RetrnbuE€mmt 50l(I):l-13 Payro[ BerEfits - Dental lnsurance 501m3-r4 Pay|oE Ben€nB - Vlslon ln$rrance 50tm3-15 Payro{ BetEfits - Standard - Ufe / AD& D 50tm3-16 Payro{ Benefu - Ogna - tife/AD&D 501m3-17 P.yro{ SenenB - DependantUte 50tm3-18 Payroll EeneRE - Long Tem Disability 501m3-19 Papol 8ene6ts - t nerndoyrnent Insurance 501m3-20 Payroll Eenelits - wo*rnans Comp 501003-21 PaymI 8erE its - Tanble Llfe 501004 Tnining/ R€gisrations 50lm5 Travel & Meetng Apens€s r83,904.m 200.00 .(x) 2,t30,00 12,842.00 2,663.00 .00 91,859.00 'q) .00 519.00 404,.m sm.00 .00 35.00 r;67.00 551.m 294.m .00 350.00 350.m 183,9(H.00 200.00 .00 2,130.00 r2,M2.m 2,663.00 .00 9r.859.m .00 .00 519.m {09.00 500.00 .m 35.00 1,367.m 551.00 29,1.00 .00 3s0.00 350.00 26t,870.(n 200.00 .00 3,291.00 20,950.m 3,800,00 .00 $t,ns.w .q) .00 $1.00 597.00 r,584.00 .00 s0.00 2,069.00 786.00 288.00 .00 600.00 3S0.00 cf)N co o NOr SNOWMASS VILLAGE .00 .00 .m .00 .m .00 tudra*dScruies 502m1 Consunant 502m2-02 Consult nt - Engineedng 502m3 Contract Senice 502m4 Tdephone 502m7-01 Malnbnance AgreemenB - coprer 502m8-01 Repal6 - Eqdpment 502m8{2 Repairs - vehkks 502013-01 LeasedEQuipment-Copler Oryating & lrainteDana 503mf -02 Adwr0sing - Jobs S03ml{5 Adv?rushg - orher 503002 Dues, tlembemhips, Subsoiptions 303003 Mlsc?lLn€ous 503m5{t Supplk:s - Omce 503m5{}Z Supplies - &rilding Petgnnel Services Tolzb t297,973.00 1297,973.W 1.t45,llr.m Ptlddsed *Mces Tobls 2,000.003,000.003,UX).00 540.00 5,O.0O 900.00 918.00 918.00 918.00 150.00 150.m r$.00 2m.m 200.m 200.m 2,022.00 2,02200 2,022.00 6sm.oo .m .oo t(5 o- OF N 2,000.00 250.00 .00 r,m0.00 .00 l,mo.00 e50.00 .00 1,m0.00 .u) 1.0(n.flt 300.00 .00 1.200.00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowdri on 1012412017 08:59:08 AM Page 34 of S Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 20t7 rdorG' lorlftlx,.n fuld 001- G.*rd;cnd ETFtIGt o.Dnineit 0t-,utlkl dtr Proqr.0 10! - ldmln&tr*lo. @.otg, ,rrr^Et\,n 503m5-03 5030ffi-02 503009.0r 503009-02 503009-03 50300904 503009 06 503010 ,m 9.m 602.00 .m 83r.m .m 1,320.00 {1,320.00) .00 9.00 602.00 .00 831.00 .m r.320.00 (l,3z0.oo) .00 146.00 602,m .m 831.m .m r,320.00 (1,320.00) Supplles - Oeaning ln$rance - Vel{de vehlchE penses-Fuel vehlcle Expenses - Ol Vefjch ExperEes - PaIB & supdies Vehkje Exp€nses - Eqripment VeN<le Expenses - tabor Cmtra Atct. V&ide t bor @fttir? & Hdintenance Tclals 507001-0r 507001-04 507001.05 50700r-20 G$ hrdrases - Vehije: cash tturchases - omce Cash Pu.drasos - Computer Cash hrdrases - Olher capital Totals Program 103 - Administntlon Tohls $5,192.00 t3,692.00 $4,079.00 .00 5,m0.00 2,500.u) .m CON co o cao 750,m .00 .00 .m 750.m .00 .m .m Divislon 00--Tolrls 97$.00 1750.00 $7,500.m f3r0,745.m t309,245.m S462.8&.m s3r0,745.0 t309,245.00 $452,8&.00 Divigon 01 - Facllity I'lanogement Prooram 118 - Maintenance lEr nnel knl(rs 501001-0f Payrol - Regdat 50t00r-09 Paymfl - fadllty ManagEment 501m2-01 Payo{ C}venime Regiular 501003 Payro[ SenenB 501003-01 Payroll BanefiB - RecreaHon Benelit 501m3-ffi Payol Benefits - Reurement S0Im3-m Pafon EeneliE - ,'ledi(zre 501(X)3-0:, Paymll SeneliB - Fica 501003-10 Payro{ 8€nefits - tkalth tnsurance 501m3-lf Payroll 8€nefits - Seasonal thallh lnsurance 501m3-f2 Payml EenetiB - Health Reimbu]sement 501m3-t3 Payro[ BenetiE - Denbl lnsurance 501m3-14 Paymfl Benetib - yrsloo lnsrance 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - gnndard - Ufe / AO& D 501003-16 Payro[ 8€netiB - ogna - Life/AD&D 501003'17 Payrol Benelits - Dep€ndant tife 263,659.00 .ul 6,850.00 .m 4,260.00 r8,4u.m 3,913.00 .m 99,394.00 .m ,m 1,039,m 8r8.m 716.m .m 17.00 263,659.00 .00 6,850.00 .m 4.260.00 t8.4ll,q) 3.9t3.00 .00 99,394.00 .00 .00 r,039.00 8t8.(x) 7r6.00 .00 t7.q) 2m,7q0.@ .00 r0,000.00 .(n 4,388.00 2r,559.m {,07t.q) .m 106,644.(X) .m .m t,202.00 795.00 1,637.00 .00 r7,00 o.Yo(o o- C)F l-r I Rm by Marianne Rakourki on tOl24l2OL7 08:59:08 AM Page 3s of fl SNO ASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Atrotrnt Arount Defr.llon 20lTAdopted ZotTArnended Uud{rPt Bl rkr i 2018 Fhance Fund 001 - General Fund D(P€t{sE Department 09 - Public Works Div6i0n 01 - Facility Management Progr('rm 118 - I'lalntenance Pelynnrl *,/icet 501m3 18 Pa)fiol EenerlE - Looo Term Osabl ty 501{D3-f9 Payrotr Eenerib. t nefiploym€nt lnsrrance 501003-20 Pryon Senenb Wo.kmarE Comp 50lm}2l Payro{ EerE iB - Tanble llfe 50tm4 Tnhlng/ neg"srabns 50tm5 Travel & l,leeung Expenses r,959.00 8t0.00 8,906.00 ,00 6,500.00 5.000.00 1.959.00 8r0.m 8806.00 .00 6,500.00 5,000,00 2,!39.00 842.00 7,544,00 .00 6,s00.00 5,000.00 Petgnnel*rvces Toldls ,422,252,fi t422,252.00 $r1t13,178.00 Pitrd4sed *MCes 502002-02 Consultant-En0inee{ing 502m3 @nuact SeNice 502m101 Conbact Service - Snowmelt Road 502004 Telephone 502m601 8uiHhg M.htenance - cmeral 502m8{l Repalrs - Equlpment 502m8-02 Repai6 - Vehkjes 502010 Uuliths 502010{f Uulltles - water & Sanlbuon 5020tH)2 Udiues - Gas 50201H,3 Uulites - Etscric 50Z0I(XX UUtlUes - Tnsh 50201$05 Uulitie5 - S€curity 50201G06 Uuliu.s - gEwrnelt 5{12023 Snowren Road Re(eivat € .m .m 96,2m.00 96,270.00.m .m 2,250.00 2,250.00 41,259.00 4t,259.m 2,218.00 2,218.00 ,00 .m .00 .00 48,033.00 4&0$.m 275,285,@ 275,285.@ !35,578.00 136,57&00 10,4U8.00 10,408.00 .00 .m 2,500.00 2,500.00 (63,057,00) (63,057.00) .00 101.270.00 .00 2,250.00 4t,259.m 2.21E.00 .00 .m 5t,812.00 289.036,00 r25,734.00 5,131.00 .00 qx.00 (65,r01.00) c)N cf) oso ntdkisLi SeMices Totab t551,7.14.00 $551,7,H.m 1554,513.00 Otrratiry A run@,atcc 503mf-02 Advertlslng - Jobs 5031tr1-05 M\artl$ng - O$et 5{r3m2 Otrs. l,hmber$lps, S{tbrolptbns 503m3 i{iscellamqrs 503m5-0t Supplles - (}lke 503005-02 grpplies-Buildhg 503m5-03 Supplies - Chaning 50Ylr5-ll1' 9rpplies - Tools 503m5-B Supplies - Car Wash .00 .m .(x) r75.00 r5{l.m 2,rm.00 13.150.00 2,500.00 .00 .m .m .m r75.00 t50.00 2,120.00 13,r50.00 2.500.00 .00 .m .00 .00 175.m ts).(x) 2,120.00 r3,r50.00 2,500.u) .00 o -Yo(o o_ () Fr\r Run by Marianne Rakowski oa l0l24l20l7 08:59:08 IW Page 36 of S Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 WMASS VILLAGE Aml,nt 2017 Adopted 2017 Amended &rdool&d&el 2018 FinanrE r58,m 4,095.00 ,00 965.m zm.m 4,400.00 ({,400.00} 2,m0.00 r58.m 4,005.00 .00 966.00 200.fl) 4,400.00 (4,400.00) 2,000.00 23!).00 4,096.00 .m 956.00 2m.m 4,400.00 (4.400.001 2,q]0.00 fund 001 - Generrl Fund o(P€ilSE Oepartment 09 - Public Works Divisio$ 01 - Facillty Management Program 118 - Malntenance Otrralifig & Haifltenance 503(m-02 lner"nce - vehlde 503m9-01 vehick Expenses Fuel 503{I)}02 vehlcle Expeft5es - Ol 503009-03 Vohlch E penses - Parts & tupolles 503{n9-g VehldeErpcns€s-Eqripment 503m!106 vehlcle Expenses - tabor 50$t0 contn Ac[t - vehLle labof 50:t013 Unlforms OtrBlilrg & HantenaNt Totcls i)rD!tdl 507m1-01 Cash Rrr$ases - venkj€s 507@t.02 cash Purchases - Mobfle Eqdpmerit 507mt-03 cash Purchases - Equlp.mnt 507mt-0{ Cr$ PurdEses - Omce 50701-05 Cadr It nllases - Computet 501[t-07 Cssh PurdEses - Buildingi mTml-Iz C.sh hrdtaies - Fs,niE.e & FDGrres 50ru1-20 Cash nmllases - Ot l€r Captbl Totab Program 118 - Helotenanca Totals Dlv6lon 01 - F.cility tlanagement Totals Oivlslon Oe - Road ftogram 119 - Street Marking/Signg t)rsonel*Nices 50tml-0t Payrolt - R€gular 5tll002-01 Payro0 Ovartrne Regular 501003 Payroll EeneliB 50100y01 Payrol EeneriB - Recrcadon Benerit 501003-06 Pdyrofl EenefiE - nedrement stlloollE Payml Beodits - Fledkarc 50t003-09 Payro{ Ben€fiE - Fica 501m3-f0 Payrol Bendits - llea[h losurdnce sotmlll Payro{ 8€neriE. Seasooal Heath ln$rrance 50!003-12 Payrofl SeneRE - Healh Retnburse,nent 50tm3-B Prytof Eerlelits . Dcnbt ln$rance t2s,515.00 $25,515.00 $25,596.00 qJN c/) o roor .m .00 .qt .m .m ,m .m .00 .00 .m .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .m .m ,00 ,m $0.00 $0.00 t0.{x, ,999,511.00 19{x),51r.00 tr,023,287.00 f9:19,511.00 t:n9,srr.00 t1,023,287.00 2t,668.00 t,622.00 .txl 346.m 1,494.00 284.m ,m r3,Gl1.m .00 ,m 84.00 21,668.m 1,622.00 .m 346.00 r,494.00 284.00 .00 13,091.00 .00 .00 84.00 42,702,n r,622.00 ,00 713.m 3J73.00 557.00 .00 29,@2.m .m .00 195.00 o) -Yo(o o- ()F t-r I Rtm by Marianne Rakowsli on l0l24l20l7 08:59108 AM Page 37 of @ Amr,^itbs",dff Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Paytoll B€nellB - Vison lnsurdnce Payroll BeneRB - Standard Lfe / AD& D P.ymll BenefiB - Ogna - l-ife/AD&D Payrc[ BeneRE - Oependant Ljfe Payroll Beneliti. Long Tenn Dsabrlaty Paymll Senc.fiB - Unemployment lnsurance Paymll BenetiE - Workmans Comp Pdyroll B€nerits - Ta,abh Ute 66.00 58.00 .m 6.00 r59.m 73.00 974.m .00 66.00 58.00 ,00 6,00 rs9.00 73.00 974,00 .00 129.00 255.00 .00 u.00 333.00 trl{.00 r,700.00 .00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE 501003 t4 501003-t5 50rm3-16 50r003-17 501003-r8 501m3-19 501003 z0 50r003-2t krsonnel k^7ws Total,f$,95.00 34,025.00 .00 $rJ25.m- 3r,025.00 .qt t80,736.00 35,fi)o.00 .00 furcjras& &rv,$s 502m3 Contr.d Scwiff S02m902 r,iailing F,€lght & SHpfig LJttl& sed Seryices Tola l,t34,02s.00 .100.00 s34,025,00 400.00 $35.000.00 400.00 5.500.00 1,300.(x) 5500.00 6,500.00 Oporabng & Naintenance 503003 F{lscelL'leorts 503m5-02 Suppll€s ButUng 503m5-09 Suppfies - Tools q)301601 Sbns - Ney, 50301&112 Sbns'Replacernent 5,500.00 5,500.fl) r,300.00 1,300.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 6,500.00 6.500.00 cf)N cr) o fd{{ii 507mt.20 Cash Purchas€s - Other Crpttal fotals r '.{riil 119 - StE€t l,lartirr!/Srgns Totals Program l2O-SrowRemoval fulgntal*!yk.Ei 501001-01 Paymtl - Regular 501m2-01 Paymll Overtirne Regular 501003 Paymll Bene,its 50f003-01 Prymll Benel'rB - R€oeauon 8€nerit 5Of003-06 PayrollBenefiE-Retrcrient 501003-tl8 Pavmll Benerib - Medirare 501m3-09 Paymll BenefG - Fra 501003-t0 Pafoll BenefiE - Healli Insuranc. 501003-ll PayrollBenelils-Season lHealtfi lmu.ance 50lm3-12 PayrollBeneRB.l.lealthRelmbursement 501003-13 Paymll BeneRB- Dental tnsuran(. 501m3-14 Payroll 8en€{its - Vislon tnsurance 50tm3-15 Paymll oenents - Standard - Life / AD& D 501003-16 PayttllEenefits-Ognr-ttre/ D&O 501003-17 Payroll BenefiE - Dependant Ufe 50rm3-18 Pafoll B€nrfits - Long Term Disabllrty Afrmun? E Nantenana Tolab $i9,2m.oo $19,200.00 t19,200.00 s0.00 $0.00 t0.00 t93,15{'.00 $93, rs0.00 t134,e5.00 r .00.m.00 t60.3rc.00 23,690.m .00 2.561.00 11,057.00 2,t(n.00 .m 96,87r.00 .00 .00 625.m 492.m 430.00 .00 42.00 t,t77.00 160,340,00 23,690.00 .00 2.561.q) I t,057.00 2,r00.00 .00 96,87t.00 .m .m 625.m 492.00 430.(m ,00 42.00 t,177.@ u9,567.00 23,690.00 .00 1,997,00 9,444.00 :,560.00 .m 8r,204.00 .00 .00 547.m 362.00 714,00 .00 3r.00 933.00 o).Yo(5 o- OFt-r Run by Marianne Rako^6ki on L0l24l20l7 08:59:08 AM Paqe 38 of @ AGESNOW Budget Year 2018 lccouol Acrount DescrirlDa 2017 Adopted &l4ilet 2017 Arnended &rdq€t ?018 Finance Iund 001 - General Fund E(PENSE Dep.rrtment 09 - Publlc WorlLe Divisjon 02 - Road Prograrn 120 - Snow Removal ktnnielfuNites 501003-19 Payrol Benefits - UnemplofrDent lnsrrance 5{lt0o3-20 PafDI 8€nents. \lrorkmam Comp 501003-2r Payrol Ecnerits - Tanbh Lfe 501004 Tclning/ Registrations 501005 Travel & M€ethg Erpensca 538.00 7.205,00 .m 1,950.00 3,500.00 538.m z20s.0o .m 1.950.00 3,500.00 ,102,00 4,760.00 .00 1,950.00 3,500.00 Pe6onnel krvras Totals f312.578.m 1312,578,00 t250,66t,00 firMSeruces 502003 ContractseNice 502m3-01 Conhact Service - Smwmelt Road 502$$02 ,.'lailing - Frel0ht & Shlpo,ng 502010-06 tulnies-Sflow,mlt 502023 Snou,rnelt Roard ReoeilraHe 32.988.0031,m0.0033,000.m cr)N cf) o .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .m ,m t\ttdt a scl Se twe s To ta ls Walfig & I$ntenance 503003 Misc€ll.neous 503005-01 glpplles - Omce 503(x)5-()|, *rpplies - Tool5 503@7-02 BLildng [ease PaymenE - CAMS 5030f3 Uniformg 501017 S.rdtu l,lats.lal 5030tS Srfety Fflst Ald 425.m rm.00 62s.00 .m 4,3m.00 3r,000.m 1,300.m 425.00 400.00 100.00 100.00 625.00 625.{n .00 .m 4.3{n.00 4,m0.@ 3r,000.00 31,000.00 1,300.00 1,3{n.m @rahng & Maintenance foals $37,75t).00 $37,750.00 $37,.125.00 .m .00 .00 s0.00 10.0o t0.00 caNat 507001-20 Cash Purcjrases- O$er Captbl Totab Program 120 - Snow Rcmoval Tobls Program 121 - Vehicb/Equipmant itaintenarre Petwnacl grv*Es 501001-01 PaFo[ - Regular 501002-01 PayrollClveruneReqular 501003 Paymll EenefiE 50t003-0f Payroll BenenB - Rscreauon Bene{it 501003-06 Payro,lBenenB.Reurement 50t003-m PryrolB€nefiE-l'ledica?e 501m3-09 Payrol B€nefiB - F6 {2669.00 3,090.00 .m 751.m 3,287.00 624.m .m 47.669.00 3,090.00 .00 75r,00 3,287.00 624.00 .m 46,973.00 3.090.00 .00 784,00 3,710.00 613.m .m o).Vo(o (L ()F t\r I Run by Mariame Rakorski on lOlZAPAfi 08:59:08 AM Page 39 ofE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 50100110 501003-ll 50tm3-r2 s0r003.13 501m3-t4 501m3-15 501m3-16 501m3'17 501003-18 501m3-19 501003-20 50r0032r 50too4 50r005 28.799.00 .m .m 186.00 r45,m t28.m ,00 12.00 350.00 r60.m 2,t42.00 .00 .00 .00 28,799.m .00 ,00 186.m r{6.00 r28.m .00 12,00 350,m 160,m 2,r42.00 ,00 .m .(n 31,902.00 .m .00 215,00 r42.00 281.00 .(x) 12.00 356.00 158.m 1,870.00 .00 .00 .00 Payrol Berlefits - ihallh lnsurance Paym[ BenetiB - Seasooal Heaih tosurar]@ Payoll Benefits - rkalth Reimbursement P.yrol 8erE(its - Dentd ln$rranae Payrol BerlefiE - vlslon Insurance Paymll Bc,ndits - SEndard - Ufe / AD& O Fayrol EolleliE - Ogfra - Life/ADeD Paymll Eenelits - Depend.nt Life Payroll Eenelits - [or4 Term Usability Paym[ 8emfits - UnernDloyment lnsunnce Plyroll BerEfib Wo*maru Comp Payrofi BeEriB - TsEble tlfe Tr.hir{y' ReglSratbns Travel & MeetJng E{penses ruBoaoel ScMces Totab t87,154.00 $87,35{.00 6Zs.m 2,500.00 900.00 5m.m 625,m 2,5(N).00 9m.00 s00.00 $90,u5.00 250.00 2J00.00 900.00 500.00 (f)N cr) o @ furdraed Setu ces 50200&0t Repal.r - Equhment 502m8-02 Re9aks - vehlcles 5ll2fll&03 Re9alrs " Rados 502il1902 Ma$lng - Frelght & Shipphg hrtfiasd Sernces TotaLr Ope n tinq & l,l an t enande 503fl11 Miscellaneous 503005-03 slpplies - Oemino 503$F(X) Slpplbs-Tools 50In8-02 lnsunmoe - vehEe 511300*01 Vehlcle Expenses - Fuel 503{,802 VehEh Expenses - Ol 503{ID-{r3 Vehlch Experres - Parts & $rpdl€s 503m:10.1 vehlrlEJe€nses.EquDment 5O3m:F06 vehlch Er9ense3- t bor 503010 CortnActt-vchHet b0 503{rt9 Radios Otrntlng & llantenance Totab ca$61 5070t-0t Cash Purdnses - Vehides $7mt.02 Caslr Rtrhases - iloble EqulFnent 507mf .03 Cash Rrrchases - Eguipment 50ru1-20 Cash PurEbases - Oti€r Apibl Totals Program 121 - Vehide/Equlpment ltlainEmncc ToEls Program 122- Str€rttlaintenance $4,525.m 2s0.00 .00 575.00 u,902.m 68,620.00 .00 rrc,416.m 28,m0.00 s3,253.00 (s3.2s3.00) .00 t{,s25.00 250.m .(n 575.00 It,90z.0o 68,620.00 .00 40,416.m 28,fito,m 53,253,m (s1,253.00) .00 $4,150.00 2so.m .m 575.m 8,555.00 68,620.00 .00 40,416.00 e8,m0.00 53,253.m (53,253.00) .m t149,763.00 t149.763.m t 146,526.0O o -Y() (o o_ u,200.00 .00 .00 .m 11,200.m .00 .00 .(x) l.z00.m ,00 .m .m N Run by Marianne Rakorcki on rcl24l20l7 08159109 AM Page {0 of E SN M VILSS Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Al-milnt Af^rrn] fb6iilr^n 2017 A{,opted 2017 Amended BrddetErldo€t 2018 Financo Fund 001 - General Fund DOENSE Department 09 - Publlc workg Drusjon 02 - Road Program 122 - Straet Maintenancc fbrgnrvl ktYices 50lml-01 Payloll - Regular 50tmz-01 PayrD[ Overtine Re$lar 501003 PayrD[ Benetits 50tm10l Payroll BenefiB RecreaEon B€nent 5Otm3.O6 PayrolBeoefiC-Retrernent 50fm3 08 P.yroll EenenB - Medica.e 50fm3-09 Payroll BeneRE - FE 501m3-10 Paymll Benefiti - Health Insurane 501m3-fl Payroll 8€nents Seasonal H€ahh Insurance 50f@3-t2 Payroll Benents - Healtft Relmbursement 501m3 t3 payroll BeneRE - Dentsl lnsunnce 501m3-14 PaymllB€nerits.vislonlnglnnc€ 501m3-!5 Paymll BerEfits - Sbrdard - Life / AD& D 501(n3.16 Paymll BerErrE - Oqna - ttfe/ D&D $fm3-17 PaymU Benefrb. Depe,rdant Uf€ $lm3-18 Paym! Benefrb - torE Te{m Dsability 50tm3-19 Payro[ Benefits - Unemploym€nt lnsurdnce 501m3-20 Peyro[ B€n€fiE - Wrkmans @mp sof m3-21 Paymf Ben€fits - TaEbk Lif€ 50t$4 Traln ng/ Registrauons 50tm5 Travel & l4eethg Expenses r82,m8.00 2t,630.00 .00 2,907.00 12,551.m 2.384.00 .m 109,962.00 .m .m 70!,.m 558.(n 488.(n .@ 47.m t,336.00 610.00 8,!79.m .00 3,250.00 1,900.00 182,(x)8.00 2r,630.m .00 2.9r]7.00 r2,55r.00 2.384.00 .00 t@,962.00 .q) .00 7$'.00 558.00 488.m .00 47.@ 1,336.q) 610.00 8,r79.00 .m 3,250.00 r.gfi,.m t87,S't,00 21,630.m .00 3,137.00 14,841.rX) 2,452.00 .m 127,606.00 .00 .00 859.00 569.q) 1,t22.00 .m 4&00 t,466.00 632.00 7A79.OO .00 3,225.00 l,So.m (f)N cf) o O)O frtfrnnel SeNtces TolaE $348,519.m 22,5m.m 2,800.00 .00 .m t,4{r0.q) .00 7,000.00 .00 .m 15,0m.00 $34&5r9.00 22,500.00 2,800.00 .00 .()0 t,400.00 .00 7,000.00 .00 .00 r5,000.00 t374,857.00 22,500.00 2,800.00 .m .m r.400.00 .00 7,250,00 .00 .00 rs,000.00 tutdtasedkMces 502m3 Cmtnct Servre 502004 Telephone 502m9{Z Maillng - Frelght & Shlpplng 502010 Utilitir"s 502010"01 utiliUes - Water & Sanitauon 5020t0{2 Uuiues - C,as 50201G03 tl0lltles - Eednc 5020t0-04 uuliues'Tnsh 502010-05 Uulti€s - Security 502024 Weed Conrol ovo(5 o_ C)F n r.l,ased Senaces Totals Run by Marlanne Rakowskr on lOlZ4l20L7 08:59:09 AM 148,7fi'.00 t48.700.00 $48,950,00 Page 4r of @ SNOWM LAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Affount Arount D€crrir*bn 2017 Mopted 8{rdaet 2017 Arnanded Slrrhet 2018 Finan(e Fund 001 - Genera! Fund o(PENs€ Department 09 - Publlc Works Division 02 - Road Program 122 - Streat Maint€nance @rafing & l,laintuance 50100t-02 503003 s03005 50300s-01 503005-09 503@5-12 503005-14 503020 50302r Mvertls'ng - Job6 MircellaneqE 9tpplles Supdl6 - Ofice $pplles - Tools Supdles - LanGcapho g,pdles . s8tet Ughts Paviog/Raw l'laterials Road Matenal Trash {iL1,aJ,' 50rc01 12 casft Purhases - Fumiture & nxnrrEs 507m1-20 Cash Purchases - Oher Ap,al Totag Program 122 - Str€et Malntenance ioEls Program 123 - Communlly Servlce lryrscnnel *tuies 501001-01 Payroll.Regular 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Reguhr 50!003 Payroll BenenB 501003-01 Pafou BeneflB - Recreation Benelit 501m3-ffi Payroll Benefits - RetirE,Dent 501003-m Paymll B€nefiB - lledica.e 50f003-m Payroll BeneliB - Fr6 $f003-10 Payroll B€neflts - H€alth lnsrance 501003-tt thyroll BeflenB - seasonal H€alth lnsurance 501003-12 PayrollEenellB-HealthReimbursement 501003-13 Paymll B€nefrtr - Dental lnsurance 501003-t.l hyloll Benefits - Vlshr lnsurance 501m3-!5 ltyroll Benefrts - Standard - Lfe / AD& D 501003-16 Payroll Benenb - CAna - ue/AO&D 50rm3-17 Payroll Benelits - Dependant ljfe 501003-18 P.ymll Benefits - Long Term Usabllity 501(n3-t9 Pawoll Benents - UnemploynEnt lnsurance 50f08-20 Payroll Bcnefib - Worknans Comp 12,000.00 l2,0m,m 12,0m,00 ce ofieaung E tt anrtet an(e Tolab co .00 1,200.00 3,fi10.00 .m 700.00 r,500.00 6,m0.00 20,500.6 .00 r.200.00 3,000.00 .00 7m.00 r,500.00 6,{n0.00 20,sm.00 2r,658.m 2,060.q) .m 346.m 1,494,m 284.m .00 r3,(xll.m .m .00 84.00 66.m 58.m ,00 6.m r59.m 73.m 97{.m .00 r,200.00 ,(n .00 700,00 r,500.(x) 6,(xp.00 20.500.00 .00 1,000.00 ,00 1,2m.00 r,200.00 ta{3,319.00 tfi3,319,00 1466,707,00 .m 21,658.00 2,060.00 .00 345.00 1,49.1.00 284.00 .00 r3,$)l.m .m .00 84.00 66.00 58.00 .00 G.00 159.00 73.00 974.6 29,892.00 2,060.00 .00 {!B.m 2,35r.00 390.m .00 20,30t.00 .00 .00 137.00 90,00 r79.00 .m 8.00 233.00 10r.00 I,190.00 oJo(U o- OF l-r Run by Harianne Rakourski on lOl24l20l7 08:59:(X) AM Page 42 of $ oor Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Ac[ount I((D{rnt Dfifihton 20t7 Adogted &rdret 2017 Amended B{xl0€t 2018 Finance SNOWMASS VILLAGE Fund OO1 - Cencral Fund E(PENSE oepartmsflt 09 . Public Works Drv6ion 02 - noad Program 123 - Community Servke Perndncl krvices 50f003-21 Paymn BerEf& - Taxabh Ule .00 ,00 .00 futsnnel*wices fobb t40,363.00 525.m $40,363.00 525,00 157,{41.00 s25.00 OFnury & l,lantenane 503005-02 SuDplies - Buildlrg AXra1nO & Mailrtenane Totab ts25.00 .(x) r525.00 .00 t52S.00 .00 CaDital 507001-20 cash Purchas€s - Otjlcr capttal Totalg ftogram 123 . Communlty s€r"lcc Totals Divislon 02 - Road Totals 0iv6ton 03 - Solld Warte ,).o0ram 127 - Vahicle/Equipment Maintenanc€ Petgin€l *MCes 50lml-01 Payroll - negulat 501m2-0t PayrollGrcrttneRegular 501m3 Payroll B€neRE 50tm3-01 Payroll 8enerits, R€creatoo Eendit 50tm3-06 Payron Benefiits - RcttE,rrcnt 501003-08 Payroll Bene,its - Hedl6.e 501(tr3-09 Paymll BeneliB - Flca 501q)3-t0 Paymll BeneftB - tl€alth lrE rance solm3-l I Payroll 8enents - S€asonal lkall,t lnsrrraDce 501m3-12 Paroll BenefiB - tl€alth Relmbursement 501m3-13 Paymll Benefrts - DenEl lnsurance 501m3 l.l Pry?on BeneffB - vlslon lnsrnrre 501m3-15 f,.yro[ EeneriB - Stardrd - Ufe / AD& D 501003-16 Payroll Bene,ils - Ogna - bfe/AD&D 501003-t7 Payroll EenenB - Dependant Ute 501003-18 Paymll BenenE - tong Term DEaulity 50lm3-19 Pafron Banefits - thernployment lnerrame 501003-20 Payro[ Eenefits - Worknans oomp 501m3-21 hyroll Benefits - Tanble Ufe krsnnel *nices Totals Htdta*d kli(Ps 502008-01 Repalrs - Eqdpment t0.00 50,00 10.00 t40,888.00 $40,888.00 t52966.00 o 13.837.00 2,rc4.00 .00 2t3.m 928.00 233.m .00 6,375.00 .u) .fi) 52.00 41.00 35.00 ,00 2.00 99.00 48.00 8lt.m .00 r3,837.m 2,7u.00 .00 2r3.m 928.m 233.00 .00 6,375.00 .00 .00 52.00 4r.m 35.00 .00 2.00 99,00 48,00 8lt.@ ,00 14,034.00 2,7M.N .00 219.m 1,079.00 237.m .00 6,839.00 .m .00 60.00 40.00 82.00 .00 2.00 107.00 49.m 729.O0 .m o.Yo(U o- o t- I Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10124/2017 08:59:09 AM .00 .00 .00 PagE a3 of S Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 502008-02 Repairs - Vehides 50200&03 Repal6 - Radios 502(802 ibr[ng' Fcr$t&$hrmo 100.m rm.00 t00.fl) .00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Pu rchd std Se. Nces Tota ls f100.00 .m 3.356.00 54,5r?l,m ,m 33,372.m 3m.m 2r,258.m tr00.00 .00 3,355.00 54,544.00 .00 33,372.00 3m.m 21,258.m tl0o.0o .00 2,872.00 54,544.00 .00 33,372.6 3(x),00 2t,258.00 (2r,258.00) (2r,X8.0O) (2r,258.00) (f) N cf) o .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .m .m ,m OTNattng & lttairuenan@ 501003 Mlscellaneous 5030&02 lnsunnce - Vdride 50YXl!,-01 vehlck Expenses - Fuel 503m902 VehxJe Erpenses - Ol 50XX1903 vehijg Erpenses - Parts & sr,ppl€s 50300$fi vehldeExp€nses-Equlrment 503fi1!FO6 VehlcbExpenses-tabor 503010 Contra AGt - Ve]ild€ Lnbor Openting & libioEnaole foAB C.at bl 50700f-0f cash Pudraxs - Vehides 5{l7o0l{lz cash hrrtlases - Mob'le EquiFrent 50700f-03 cash Puchases - €quipment 50700r-20 Cash Puduxs - Other OPtlalTotats Program 121 - Vehicle/Equifment ltlalntenance Tobls Program 124 - Trarh Plckup frtpnnelknizs S0l00l-01 Pr},ro{ - Regdar 501002-0r Payron Overurne Regular 501m3 PayroI Bcnelib 501003-0t Payrol [t€oefits - Recreatlon Eenefrt 501003-06 payro{ 8enents - Reurement 50tm3{8 Payrot B€n€,iE - l.ledtaG 501003-09 PayroI B€neliB - Fi@glt00yl0 Pafol 8€n€nB - Heal$r Innrrdnae 501(x)3-f l PByrol S€netiB - Seasmal llealh lnsrrance $lm3-r2 hyrol Ben€rits - tlealth Re[nbu]s€mnt 501003-t3 Palol SenenE - D€nEtl Insrr6nce 50t003-14 Payroll BemliB - vBlon Insl.rirnce 50t@3-15 Pay.o{ 8enefu - Sb.dard - ute / AD& D 50!003.16 Payro$ 8onelits - Ogna - ure/AD&D 501003-17 Payrol SenenB - Dep€ndant ure 50t(x)3-lB l'aymt B€nenB - Long Term Dlsattlity 501003-19 PayrofiB€nenB-Unemploymentlmorance 501003-20 PrydB€nefiE-WorkmansComp 501003-2l Payroll Benefits - Ta:6ble Ufe 207,S58.00 3t,200.00 .m 3,t95.m 13,917.m 3,498.00 .m 95,627.00 .m .m 7n,w 6r3.m 542.m .m 26,00 1,481,00 724.ffi r2,r58,00 .m 207,558.00 31.2m.00 .m 3,r95.00 r3,917.00 3,498.00 .00 95,627.m .m .m 779.00 6r3.00 542.00 .00 26.00 t,{81.00 724.fi 12,158.m .00 188,0s9.00 3t,2m.m .m 2,940.00 14.455.00 3,169.00 .00 91,639.00 .m .00 805.m 533,00 1,093.m .m 23.00 t,4z7,w 656.m 9,nt.w .00 N r oY() (o o- C)F N I Rm by Marianne Rakovski on rcl24l20l7 08:59:09 AM Pag€ 44 ofS SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 2017 A&pted 2017 Am€nded Amrrnt Arolht flPorlinn 2018 Finance Fund OOI - General Fund O(PCNSE Dcpaftment Og - Public works Drvaston 03 - Solld Waste Program 124-TrashPickup ktxnnel*Mas 50tm4 Tnhiljgy' Reg$dthns 501005 Tr.vel & MEethg Expanses 250.m 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 2s0.m t rchased Scructs 502m3 contract seMce 502U3-02 Conhct Scwice - SihrErtree 502m4 Telephone 50zlxl$02 rr,lailno - Fleight & shipphg 502013 Leased EquiFrent 502025.0t [tump Fees - Mlscenaneous 502025-02 t}(mp Fees - Tire5 fursnnel*nffes fohb ht rcfi a s ed Se Nrce s To ta b 937t,818.m t37l,Er8.q)$yr6,z7rr.oo 2,000.00 .00 475.00 .00 .00 183,328.00 2,000.00 2,m0.00 3,ooo.oo 3,o0o.oo 3,ooo.oo + cf) 475.m ,00 .00 ,00 475.m .00 .00 .m CON cor28,m0.00128,000.00 @nling & tlanhnance 503002 Oues, I'l€fitershlps, Subscrlptbns 503m3 MiscellaneoiD 503005-01 grpplies - ffice 503m5-02 strppll€s - B,ildlno 503tX,5-03 Supili6-O€anlnq 503m5-09 Sr4plies - Tools 50308 Unlfoms 250.00 5m.m 2m.m 1,500.00 .m r,000.00 3,000.00 250.00 5m.m 2m.m r,500.00 .m r,000.00 3,000.00 9s7.00 500.00 200.00 1J00.00 .00 1,000.00 3,000,00 Otrnting I l,lafitenane Totals t6,450.m 36,,150.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 t7,157.q) 4,000,00 s3,000.00 t3,m0.00 14,000.00 APtut 507001-20 cash h,(has€s - Other @PitalTolab Program 124 - Trash Plckup ToBls Program 125 - iecycllng ksnrct*Ni@s 50tml-01 Paymll - Regular Sol(x)Z'of Payro[ O/E tme Regular 50t001 Paymll BenelIE 50tm3.01 Paymll Benefits. Recreauon B€nefit 501ml06 P4nol BenefiB - Rrurcrn€nt 501m3-08 Paymn BenetiE - Medicare 501003.09 Pawolt Beneaits - F(a $1003.t0 Payro[ Benents - Healh Insu]ance t514,743.00 $514,743.00 $546 230.m 30,442,m 7,.t88,m .m 469,m 2,(H1.00 513.00 .00 14,025.m 30,442.@ 7,488.00 .00 469.m 2,(Hr.00 513.m ,00 r4,025.m 50,523.00 7,488.00 .fi) 790.@ rI83,00 85r.00 .00 24,620.00 otlo(! o_ C)F l-r I Run by Marianne Rakowski on lOl24l2OL7 08:59:10 AM Page 45 of @ nrdn6l Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 50rm3-ll 50t003-12 50r003-r3 50tm3-t4 50rm3-15 50rm3-16 501m3-r7 501m3-r8 s0lm3-19 501003-20 501003-21 50r(xll 50r005 Paytol Benelits - Seasonal H€alh lnsurance paymfi AenenB - Health Rehbursement PayroH 8€mnts - Denbl lnsuGnce Pdyroil 8€neritt - Vigion lnsurance Payro[ BenefiE - Standard - UIe / AD& D Payrol BenenB - Ogna - Ufe/AD8rD Papoll EeneliB - Dependafit Ufe Payro[ BcneBts - long Term Dlsabllity payroll B€n€fits - Unernployment lnsurance Pafoll B€nefiE - worlmans Comp Payrol BenefrB - Ta)6ble Ufe Trdining/ Regisb"Uons Travel& Meetng E$enses .m .00 114.00 90.00 79.00 .00 4.00 217.00 r06,m 1,783.00 .00 .m .00 ,00 .m 216.00 t43.m 29{,00 .00 6.00 383.m 176.m 2,625.00 .m .m .00 .00 .m u4.(x) 90.00 79.00 .00 4.00 217.m r05.00 1,783.00 .m .m .ofi SNOWMASS VILLAGI krsoonelkuices fobE 157,37r.00 16,5(x).00 $57,37r.O0 16,500.00 t9t,998.00 r9,000.00 PuttlaedSeftices flrxx)3 Conuact Seftice 502025-01 frump Fe€s - Mrscelhncous $2025-02 U.mp Fees - Tires (oN co .m .00 .m .00 .m .00 nndrased Se1vicqt Totats $t6J00.oo $r6.500.00 $tg,mo.00 503002 503m3 50300t(B 50$22 A4mung & llaintenao9 Dues, Membership6, S0b6cnpthns t'{isf,ellaneils Supdies - Tools grstalnability Plrnnlnq .00 .m ,m .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 5,000.00r,500.001500.00 o !t r fri1i.l/ 507mt-20 Cash Purchases - Other Caqbr rola;5 Program 125 - Recyding ToElls Program 126 - Rolldf krflmEl*rvi@s 50f()()t-01 Paymll - Resular 501002-01 Payloll Overtlme Regulat 501003 PayrD[ 8€nefrB 501003.01 Payroll Benefits - ReoEruon B€neait 501003-06 Pafol Ben€fiB - REtirement 50fm3-08 Payroll B€nefiB - l'ledica.e 50fm3.09 Payroll B€ne,iB - FE 501003-10 Pa,yro[ BenetiB - HealtI tnsurane 501003-ll Paymll BenefiB - S€asonal Heafth lnsrranEe 501m3-12 Payroll Benefrts - Health Relmbursem€nt 501003-t3 P.yroll B€nenB - Denbl lnsuran€e $78,371.00 i78,371.00 t119,998.00 offnrrng & HdnteMnce Totals ttJm.(x) $1,5m.00 15,m0.0o 3,000.00 3,000.00 4,0m.00 $3,000,@ t3,000.00 $4,0(n,m 24,907.00 4,160.00 .m 383.m t,570.00 420.00 .00 n,{75,m .00 .m 93.00 211,907.(B 4,160.00 .00 383.00 r,670.00 {20.m .00 11.475,00 .00 .00 93.00 o -Yo(o o_ OF N I Run by Marianne Rako,.rskl on rcll4ll0V 08159110 AM Page 46 of @ 28,068.00 4,r60,00 .00 439.00 2,r57,00 473.00 .00 r3,677,m .00 .m 120.00 Budget Worksheet Repo* Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Cr)N ct) 80.00 r63.m .m 3.00 213.m 98.00 1,458.00 .00 .00 .00 74.00 65.00 .00 3.m t78.(n 87.00 t,459.00 .00 .00 .00 74.O0 65.m .00 3.00 178.m 87.00 1,459.00 .m .m .00 r nd 001 - Gcneral Fund EXPEilSE Departmcnt 09 - Public worls Drusion 03 - Solld waste Pr@ram 126 - Rolloff lbrfrnnel spryiceq $1003-f4 Payto[ 8en€nB - Visloo lnswance 50100115 Payrotr Benetits - St ndard - Ufe / AD& D 50t003-16 Pay.ofl Benerits - GOn. - UFe/AD&D 501mlf7 Payrol EenefiB - D€p€ndant Life 501003-18 PaF![ Benefib- LongTerm Disability 501m3-t9 Payml E€nefiE - Un€mployment ln$,rance 501m3-20 Payrol EenenB - Workmans Comp 501003-2r PayIol 8€nerits - Tanble Ufe $1004 Tohhgl RegisEations 501005 Trevll & tl€eting Erpenses tureanel *.n/ices fobls Ardad*Nies 50m2601 RoildF F€es - Confelence Center 50202G02 RollorlF€es - ParEel C 50202603 RolMFees - Trmbermil 502026.04 Rollor Fees - Mis(e[aneoui Rolls 50202G05 Ro{df Fe6 - &rmp Fees $l0lFtl6 RolloffFees - Sair€rtEe 50202607 Ro0offFees - glowmass Oub 50202G08 Rollofr Fees - Aspen Stling Compmy 50202G09 RolloffFees - Creshrood 50202&!0 RoIdI Fees - Base Village 50202&ll Rollolf ftes - Viaeroy 502026-12 Ro{offFees - Snowmass Centet hndasd *rvices fobb Oqtatng & Maiohoanee 503003 ,'lis€elhneous 503005-03 Supplles - Oeanlng 144.974.$ S,14,974.00 151,109.00 6,798.00 8.240.00 .1,300.00 40,000.m .00 ,1,900.00 5,500.00 t0,300.00 4,200.00 rr,400.00 4,400.00 8,900.00 6.798.@ 8,240.00 4,300,(x) 40,000.00 .00 4,900.00 5,500,0o l0,3m.m 4,200,fit I 1,400.00 4,400.00 8,gfi!.00 6,456.00 8,S32.00 4,274.m 5,000.00 .m 5,951.(x) s,335.00 9,831.00 .1,213.00 10,678.m 5.250.00 9,266.00 Fo rr) t108,938.m t108,938.00 974,786.00 200.m 2m.m 200.m 200,00 200.00 2m.00 d) C.aptbl 507m1-20 Glsh Pur.has6 - O$er @eraung & tlalfitenand Talab t400.00 t400.00 .00 ---------=o(g o_.00 t400.00 .00 t0.00 (J Run by Harianne Rakoilskl o rcl24l20L7 08:59:10 AM $0.00 1ffi4,477.fi i0.00 Page 47 of{E ApdTobts Program 126 - nolbft Totals Division 03 - Solld Writc Tota,s Osision 04 - Shop :0rr ftot d 2017 ai{xlql SNO L G Budget lltforksheet Report Budget Year 2018 2orrtd.c.d 201, aE d.d Fund 001 - Gcneral Fund EOENSE Department 09 - Public \irorl3 Divlsion O{ - Shop Program 121 - Vchicle/Equiprhent Malntena[ce ktflnnel*tui&s 501001-01 PaFoI - Reqular 5Ol0O2-01 Payro[ Overtfne Regulat E0t003 Prpoll Benellts 501003.01 Payrotl Senefits - Recreaboo Bendit 501003-06 Payroil B€neflts RetrEmmt 501003-m Paytoll B€nerits - Med.6re $1003-09 Payrotl EeneliE - Fio 50tm3-10 Payroll BenenE - Health In{nance 501003.lf Prfrolt Benlnts - Seasonal Hea,$ InsuGnEe 501003-12 Payroll B€n€fits - tl€alth Rembursefll€nt 501003-13 Payroll Benefrts- Dental lGurance 501003-14 Payroll B€nen6- Mshn tnsumncE 50100115 Payroll B€nenB - Sbndard - tfe 7 lgrg I 50fm3-t6 Payroll EenefiB - ggn! - LJe/AD&D 501003-17 Paymll Benetits - Dependant Ufe 501003-18 paymll 8enefiE - Long Term Disabllity 50f003-19 Paymll Eenerits - Unempbyrnent ln$rance 50t003-20 Paymll Benefits - Work nang @mp 501m3-21 PaymI BenefiE - TaEble Life 501m4 Tr.ining/ Regisfrabons 501005 Travel & Meethg erpensos 357,137.m 14,{20,00 .m 5,048.m 24,938.00 5,36r.(x) ,m 160,9{6.00 .m .m t,231.00 969.00 970.m .00 68.00 2,6fi.00 1,109.00 7,653.00 .m 5,500.00 5,057.00 357,137.00 r4,420,00 .00 5,(N8.00 24,938.00 5,36r.00 .00 160,946.00 .00 .00 t,23l.d) 969.00 970.m .00 68.00 2.654.00 1,109.00 7,653.00 .00 6,500.00 5,057.00 3r8,886.00 14,420.m .00 4,333.00 25,5t1.m 4,819.00 .00 r42,892.00 .00 .00 1,r87.0o 785.m t,937.00 .00 53.00 2530.00 997.m 4,964.00 .(x) 6,500.00 5,057.00 (f) N (f) o (o rr frrsaoel &tuices Totab $fi,06r.00 4,722,04 .00 4.081.00 r79.00 .@ 84.00 .00 1s94,05r.(x) 4,722.N .00 4,081.00 r79.00 .m 84.00 .00 t534,871,00 4,722,O0 .00 4.08r.00 179.m .00 84,00 .00 tutd,aN Servicet 502003 ConuactServlce 502fi)4 Telephone 502008-0r Repalrs - Equl0rnent 502m8-02 Ropai* - vetilcles 502m&03 R@aiE - Radlos 502m9 Mallng 502009-02 !4ailing - F,eight & Sh'pphg 0).Yoo tutdrad *tnce, Totals 39,066.(x) 1,050.00 450.m 800.00 19,065.@ 1,050.u) 450.00 800.00 t9,06,6.00 r,050.00 450,00 800.00 Opera tino & ltla in tea a n @ 503003 Miscelhneous 503005-0r Sudies - offrce 503005-03 Supdies - Clearhs II oF N I(o Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l24l20l7 08:59:10 AM (J I Page4S ofE Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Accaunt Account hcrDlion 2017 Mopted Brdqet 2017 Arnended tudoet 2018 Finmce 9,400.00 8,034.00 179.m r,945.00 .m 2.7m.n 349.00 6.200.m (6,200.00) 2,879.m 9,4m.00 8.034.00 r79.00 1.9.1S.00 .00 2,729.O0 349.00 6,200,00 (6,200.00) 2,879.00 9,400.00 8,034.00 179.00 t,945.00 .m 2,729.6 349.m 6,200.m (6,2oo.oo) 2,879.00 coN cf) Funrl O0l - Geoeral Fund O(PE'{SE Department 09 - Public Works Diuton 04 - shop Prooram 121 - Vehicla/ Equipment I'laintenance otxrat in? I l''la irrtena ncc S03005-(B S0ppliee - Tools 503005'19 &rpplles - v€hlcle llardwrre 503m8-02 lnsurance.Vehlde 503d!9-0t Vetide Erpenses - Fuel 503{Pl}02 vehlde Expenses - Ol 501009.03 Vehkle &penses ParB & $rpplies 50300$M Vohlde Expeoses - Equipment 50300+tl6 vehlch EQenses - Lrbor 5030f0 Confa Acrt - Vehide labr 503013 Unlfoms orfat,fig & Narntenance 106& filiri'r/ 507001-01 cash PuEhases - VehB€s 50700f-tP Cash PuEhaset - Mohle Equlp.nent 507@1-03 cash Purdlases - Equipmnt 50700f-20 Cash PurdDs6 - Other Cnl)iblfobls Program 1,21 - Vehlcl€/Equlpmentllahtenance Tota:s Program 12r - Fleet Manag€ment fur*nrQl ktuices 501001-01 Pryoil - negular 5Ol0O2-01 Payroll O8.the Reguhr 50lm3 Paymll B€ne,ils 501003.01 Paymll Eenerib - Recre8ton 8€nefit 501003-06 Payroll Benerits - Reurerneot $l003tB Paymll Benents - fiedlcare 501m3-09 Payoll BeneRB - FKa 50f003-t0 Papoll Benefitr - Health Insurancr 501003-11 Payroll BenellE - Seasonal Healrr lnsurarEe 50lq)3-f2 Payroll BenenB - Health Rehbursm€nt 501003-13 Paymll Banetits - o€nbl lnsurance 50t003-l{ Payroll Benefrb - Visbn lnsurance 501003-15 Payroll BenenB - Standard - l.fc / AD& D 501003-16 Payroll BeneflB - ggna - tife/AD&D 50f003-f7 Paymll Benefits - oep€ndant Ule t27,8r5.m t27,815.fil 927,8r5.00 ,m .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .(x) .m .m .00 .m lFo l-rr $0.00 s0,00 $0.00 $630,9{2.m t630,942.00 1s7r,752.N 49.728.m 2,575.m .00 703.00 3A7Z,N 7$.m .m 22.4t0.m .u) .m l7l.m 135.m r35.m .m t0.00 49,728,00 2,575,O0 .00 703.00 3.472.00 746.00 .m 22.410,m .00 .00 l7r.m t35,00 135.m .00 r0.00 rH,402.m 1,575.00 .m 603.m 3Js2.00 671.m .m r9,897.m .m .00 165.00 r09.m 270.00 .00 7.00 o.Y()o TL C)F I\ I(o Run by Marianne Rakowski oa l0l?4l20fi 08:59110 AM - -_- E:, I Pag€ 49 ofE SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 371).00 r54.m 1,066.m .00 .00 .m 3m.00 r54.00 1,066.00 .00 .00 .m 352.00 r39,00 69t.(B ,00 .00 .m 501m3-18 P.yo0 Benents - toflg Term Disab{lty 50lq)3-f9 Paym[ BeneliE - Unenpbymcnt Llsurance 5{11003-20 Paym! Bercrits - Wortmans C.omp 501m3 2t Payml Benefits - Ta,6bb Ufo 50t004 Tnhmil Reostrdtjons 50tm5 Tnwl & i4eeung Expens€s l*snnel !*tuces lolals htrchastd Sctvtces 502@3 Cmbn Srrvlce 502m4 Telephone Yr2m8-01 Reparrs.Eqdoment 502m8-03 Repalrs - Rldioi 502m9'02 Malling Frdght & Shippho Puftl, a *d ScNitt s Tola ls Operatirq B Ma il, leadttcc 503002 Dues, Membershlps, Sobsdptlons 503003 ,'liscelhneous 50300s,0t supplEs-of,ice 503005-03 SupplEs Cleanlno $81,575,00 t81,675.00 f73,433.00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .m .00 .m .m ,m .00 $0.00 $0.00 t0.00 Cf)N(Y) o .00 .00 .00 6S0.00 .00 .00 .00 6S0.m .m .m .m 650.{X) @t,tdling & Hdmlenan(e rotaf .00 .(n.00 @r to.m $0.00 t0.00 *it:ol 507001-20 Cish PurdEses - Gfier Caqital Toals Progrdm 127 . Fle€t ltlana,sement TOtalS Progklm 128 - Eullding & Grounds Pe$onnet kftrces 501001-01 Payroll - Regulat 501002-01 Payroll Grcrtime Regular 501@3 Payroll Bene,lts 5010030f Payroll Beneflts- tGcreauon B€ndit 501003-06 Payroll Benefrb - Retire,rnnt 501003-lE Payroll Eenerits - Medi6re 501003-09 Paymll BenefiE - Fro 5Ol0O3-10 Payroll genefrts - l'leatth lnsurancE 501(x)3-lt Paymll Benetits - Seasonal Heaf.rl lnsrnance 501003-12 Payroll Benetits - Health Retmbursemer* 50f003-f3 Payrcll BenefrB- Denbl lnsurance 50f003-f4 Plymll EenenB - vision lnsurance 50tm3-t5 Payroll Benelis - Sbndard - Ue / AD& D 501m3-t6 Payroll Benelits - Ggnr - Ufe/AO&D 501003-17 Payrotl B€n€liB - tlependant Life 501003-18 Paymll Bene,iB - tom Term Debility t82,325.00 $82,32s,00 $74,0s1,0o 4s,207.00 52.00 .m 539.00 3,r57.00 679.m .m z).l73.m .00 .m r56,00 t23.00 12f.m .00 9.00 336.00 45,207,m s2.00 ,00 639.00 3,157,00 679.00 .00 20,373.W ,00 ,00 156.00 t23,00 r23.00 ,00 9.00 336.fl) 4{',355.00 52.00 .m 549.00 3,229.OO 6r0.00 .00 r8,087.00 .00 .00 r50.00 E).00 245.00 .m 7.(p 320.00 q) .Yo(! o- ()Fr- Run by Marianne Rakowslti on tOlZalZOLT 08:59:11 AM Page 50 of @ Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2OD A'orr.d 2orrlt. rd Flnd 001 - G.n.nl fund Dep.i@nt 09 - P(urc wor*t Divn. oa - 5r., PEara 123. Blluhg f G@.d5 llrllDlr9 hrEl Brlgls - Lh.rdorFatei.! l,D.[o lo.& !&d, tol@Io hyr.lBdfr-rurrdGo D 960.D 969.D 6UlIl 50t@u ,.yrrB. l& 'rEllrft .ol .o l!5orllx t khcrr.s*.d.G .|tr .tl, o 5ordli rr.dlltlldngEq.r!6 .m .00 dl frrwnnal Scruices Tobls hrftlrasd *r}/ircs 502003 Contrdct s€.uce 502m4 Tehphone 502006-0r Bulldino MalnEnance - General 502008-01 Repars - Egulpm€nt 502(x!$02 l,lalling - Frcight & Shlpphq 502010 Ublities 50201$0t UUliUes - Water & Sbnihuon 502010-02 UULB€s- Gas SoZoltFoJ Wities - Ehcuic 5020r&04 ublities - Trash 50201tF05 Uumes - Seornv 17r.963.00 9rm.m .m 1,708.00 6,653.00 .m .m .m .m .m .00 "00 lIt,963.oO 9,9(n,U' .00 t,708.00 6.653.00 .m .00 .s) .m .(n .00 .m s64,{67.00 9,900.00 .00 r,708.00 6,653.00 .00 .00 .m .00 .m .00 .00 (f) N(o itso o, SNOWMASS VILLAGE arrcha*d sftvces Totab tr8,26r.00 .00 .m 3,100.00 4m.m .m .00 .00 t18.261.00 3,100.00 400,00 118,261.00 .00 .00 3.r(E.00 4m.m .00 .00 .m Ogera ting & lla inte na t rce 503002 Due5, lilemberships, S{rbsolpuon5 503003 lrliscellaneous 503005"02 Supplhs - BuiHing 503$5-03 Supplks - Cleanlng 5Gm5-09 Srpplks - Tods 503mS-E Supplles - Car wastr 503013 Uniforms .m .m .00 .00 .00 oreft tng 8 ftaintenan@ raals Cash Pnrchases - Equiprnent cath Arrchascs - O$er Capttal Tobls ftogram 128- SulHing&GroundsToEts DiYision 04 - Shop ToBls o€parunent 09 - Pubtic Works Tobls .---: o -Yoo(L .m .m .00 ,00 .00 .m $93,724.00 193,724.W 386J28.00 r- s3,500.m $3,5m.00 $3,5m.00 50700r-03 507mr-20 Run by Marianne Rakowski on lOlZ lZOLT 08:59:1r AM 1806,991.m $806,9!il,(x]$7J2,063.m Page 5l of @ Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Acmunt Account Descridion 2017 Adopted B{dat! 2017 Arrended Bu&eL 2ol8 Finance fund 001 - General Fund E(PENS€ Department 10 - Human Resources oilr9ion 00 - - Program r.03 - Admlnlstratlon t4rgnrrel SeNEes 50lml Paytoll 501001-01 Paymll - R€gular 501002 Pay'o0 Or€n ne 50t002-0t Payro{ OrErtine Regulat 50tm3 Payrofl Eenetib 5tll003-0t Plylofl BeneliE - RecrEa[on Bemnt 501m3-06 Payro{ Bene,iB - RetirEment 5{rt003-08 PiyroIB€n€fB.Medlcare 501m3-09 Payml EenefiE - Fca 50tm3-t0 Payrofl EeneRB' llealtfi lnsurance S0lm3-13 PayrDU 8€nents- Dental lnsurance 501m3-14 PayroI Benefits - Msho lrBrrancE 501m3-15 Payrol BenefB - Sbndard - l.ife / AD& O 501003-16 Pafoll B€neliB - Ggna - ue/ADeD 501m3-17 Payroll EenefiE - Dependant Ufe 50f003-18 Paymll BenefrE - Lono Term Disability 50lm3-19 Payroll BenellB - themplqment lnrurarEe 50f003-20 Paymlt BeneRB - Workmans Comp 501m3-21 Payroll Beneftts - TaEbb Ufe 50rqH Tnlning/ Reglstrdtlons 50fm5 Tra\rel & M€eUrE Erpens€s .00 .00 100,m0.00 105,560.00 .00 .00 .$ .00 .00 ,00 t,065.00 1,097.00 7.000.00 8,445.q) t,450.00 1131.00 .00 .m 17,822.m 19,129.00 260.00 300.00 2fi.m 19{,.00 545.00 638.00.(x) .m .00 .00 745.00 834.00 300.00 317.00 !60,00 r 16.00 .(x) .00 r.000.00 r,(xx),00 1,500.00 3,1s6.00 (f) N co ooN .00 .00 ,m .00 .m .00 .00 .m .m .m .00 .00 .m .m .m .00 .00 .m ,m .00 .m frt*anel Seruices fobE $0.00 $132,05f .00 1142,322.00 Putdzdkvices 502m2 &nsulbnt 502002-01 Consulhnt-EmployeeTrahing 502m3 Confilct sailie 502dX Telepho0e 502m5 EmploFe R€lations 502m5-01 Employee Relauons - Tenure 502mH)2 €mployee Relauofls - Flu 502m5-03 Emplowe Relations - ?,,lisen n€ols oJ(J (U (L .00 .00 .m .m .m .00 .00 .m 850.00 14,000.m .00 600.00 12,m0.00 9,455.00 900.00 2,70n.W sm.m r4,596.m .m 6m.m r3,310.00 8,960.00 900.00 1,850.m Rfida*d grvrc$ Tolab $0.00 t{0.505.(I} 7,520.N $4{r,;/z6,rJo Openung & lqdhtenane 5{l3ml Adredsing F l- I Run by Marianne Rakov{ski $ 1012412017 08:59:11 AM .m .00 Page 52 of $ Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Actount Account Desf,nrilon 2017 Adopted tudoet 2017 ArnendedBudrrct 2018 Finance SNOWMASS V Fund 001-GeneralFund O(PET{5E DeFrtm€nt l0 - Humln Resourcea Diusron 00 - - Program 103 - Admlnastratlon Otr ating B llat,teflane 503001-02 Adverudng - Job6 503002 Dues, MembeEhlps, Subscilpthns 503003 lltsellareol,s 503{XH Prhfrg 503m5-01 $pdles. Ofrtre .00 .00 .m .00 .m .m .00 5.649.00 250.00 500.m 7,520.00 6,100.00 25{'.m ,(tr 450.m CdPital 507m1.0{ 50700r-05 507001-20 Cash Purdlases - Office Ca$ Purchases - ComBjtet cash Purdases - oti€r Program @ral,ng & Mananance Totalt Capral foEB 103 - Adminijtratbn Totals Divirion 0O--Totals 10 - Human Resources Totals f0.00 tr3,9r9.00 $14,320.00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 3m.m CON cf) Depa(ment Oepart nent 90 - One Tim€s Divislon OO - - Program 1O3 - Admlnlstration fursonnel SenlcTs 5010'99 Fersmrlel sennes $0.m sr87.475.00 $197,668.m .m .m.00 fursonoelSelli68s fabb s0.00 s0,00 t0.00 Purchaxd Servces 502(x)2-03 Con$rlbnt - Town Council 502m2-O.l Conr{ltant " Enhrway 502002-05 Consulbnt - web6ite Redesgn 502002-06 Onsutbnt - cornp Han 502m2-07 Consulbnt . Ice Age 502002-08 Conertbnt-EnvirmrnentalS{r!ilahabiEty 502@2-0!l f-onsulhBt - lbly c,oss EneEV Emciency 502002-10 C.onsulElnt'Plannlnq 502003 Contract Seruce 18,000.0018,000.00 o.Y() (o .m .m .00 .m .m .m ,m ,m ,m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .q) .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 .00 r5,000.00r5,000.00 n rdragd *rvices Totdlg owa t inq & ltla ln tenan ce 503003 l,llscellaneous OF Wrating & ltaitenai.a fobb Run by Mailanne Rakourski on l0l?424fl 08:59:ll AM 5,000.00 5,m0,00 .(tr Page 53 of!E bnatbns& Gnnts 0.00 0.00 il87 rt0.00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 .m .m 140,19r.00 .m .q].m .00 140,191.(x) 142,201.00 $140,191.00 $t40,191.00 $142,201.00 504m1-01 Donatims - General 5{14002-01 Grants- Cultural Arts 504002-02 Crants - Health & ttuman Servic€s Donat&ns & G/a96 fclab Program 103 - Admanlstr.tlon Tot ls Prograrn 190 - Capltal i\Ehas(4 krvrces 502003{19 Cmtract Sewie - POSTR Plrn 50203.10 Confact Seryre - communty connecilil Aan Rmhasd Seffices ToAb t178,191.(x) $r78,19r.00 ttgl,lul.w .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .{10 $0.00 t0.00 t0.fi) C4 ':"" 507002 507003 507flX 507005 507m6 s07m7 507008 507009 5070$)-05 507m9-G) 507m9-10 s070t0 5070rr 507012 5070t3 507014 507015 5070t5-01 capabl Tovrn Counoi Gpital Tovrn MarEger capiblToltnOert Caplbl Finan€e Capibl Community Oevdopmnt C-adtal ftrbllc Satety catiEl Trampo'tatlon Cap{bl Parts & Recr€atlrl cadtal Parlc & Recreauqr - Tralts C.pibl Parks & Recreatlon - Rec Grter BuiEjng & Equlp R€pair Crdbl Par*s & Recreatirfl Traib Sonage capiEl FadW I'lanagemert CapiEl Road opitrl Solid waste Gf,ital S,hop CaB.l ArG Eoard Capbl E nrgy Ef,id€rry Furds c.r,aBl Ene4y Etrlden(y - Ebcfkal vehtJe Charytng SbUon capiEl Publlc worlG Mmln Capihl Other Capftal Tolals Program 190 . Capltal Totals Drylsion 00--Tolnls t2500.00 5,m0,(x) .00 25,m0.00 62,000.00 6,000.00 20,m0.00 50mo.m ,m .00 31,500.00 lz5m.m 45,Sff.00 .00 53,500.00 108,930.00 6.000.00 20,000.00 60.000.(x) ,00 ,00 t5,m0.00 25,(x)0.00 .00 35,000.00 70,000,00 3,000.00 .00 5,m0.00 ,00 ,(r(, (f) N COrtso NN 9.m0.00 25,000.00 .m .00 .00 .00 .m .00 1t,5m.00 r0,000.00 .00 .00 .m .00 ,00 .m .00 1t.500.m .m 36,500.00 r0 000.00 .m ,m 5070r6 507020 .00 .00 16,000.00 .00 63,103.00 r.000.(xt f238.500.m $432,542.00 $zllt,(xxr.(x) $416,691.00 t610,733.m tJ4b,zul.trJ .Yo(U o_ Drprrtment 90 - One Times Totals D€parunent 91-(XherErpenditures Capttal 507025 Resewes t sed Capttal Totals OtherEpeMiwes 50203-14 Conuad Sel.ke - Base Village r,H5.00 r4r,430.m 932.00 F-r Run by Marianne Rakowski $ lOlZ4l2OlT 08:59:tr AFt .00 .00 .00 Page 54 of S OWMAS ILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 20lTAdopted 20lTArnended Errrlmt []rkrct 2018 Finance .m .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .(n 500,m0.00 130,000.00 .m .m .00 ,00 ,@ .@ .00 .00 .00 .$ .00 .(n ,00 .00 76.000.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 510,(n0.00 1,050,m0.00 .m .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .(x) (f) N co o cf) u0,24r.00 .00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 500,m0.00 l-und 001 - General Fund o(PENSE Desadment 91 - Other Expenditures OtlEr ExpL'fthtunis 5ll00l Write Ofr lccDUnG Reeivluas 511002 Frei0lrt Spendr&es 5llm3 Employ€e HflrCng R6ened Used 5tlm4 Redmrer* Forfeihrr€ :llms Town Hsll 5lfqr6 Toltn Energy Etrkreocy 511007 Adlusurmt to Expenditwes 511008 DrosE Open SpacE conElbuuon Sllm9 Otier &p€n&turcs 5llm9-0f CoiB of tssrarce 5llqx}02 tnd€ni,ritErsDiscount SlttDl}o3 Refmd COPS slfmg-O{ Acr/d Bold Inhrest 5lt0t0 Aspen Sc,lool Ois$ct @nbifulon stlotl ACESFuil,.ng Ollqr twndtues Tolale Othe, fnanong Uses 52m04 Cost of lsrEnce 52Im4-01 Co,st of Issuance Underffiters D6count sz(xn+(H A@red Bod lnterest 5Xm5 Refmdrng Bond Escrow Ahet finanang Uses Totals Drson 04.shop Oryrabng & r,bnlenan@ 503fiXI01 Vehicle Erpenses - Fuel 503m90Z vehlcle Expenses - @ 503{Xll}-03 Vehkle Exp€nses - Parts & Supplles 503{X1907 Vehlch Expers€s - F Eit}* OWnonQ B Mdintenance Tbials Other Exwodluros 503m$OB Write otr- lnvenbry Parts Ahet fxryndltures fobb Orvrsron 04 - Shop Totrls Dep.rrtment 91 - Othe r Expenditures Totals Departmrnt 92 . Transfcrs to other runds Tran{e$ Out 510@5 Tran$er O* to Lott€.y .00 .00 .00 .00 .m ,m .ql .m .00 .@ .00 .00 f0.rxl $o.oo$0.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .q) .00 t0.00 t0.00 f{r.w .00 .00 .00 $631,64s.00 t75r,67r.00 tr,bJ6,93Z.{X'(JF N Run by Marianne Rakowski on l0l24l20l7 O8:59:u AM .m ,uJ .00 Page 55 of @ 5t0(x)6 5r0007 5t0oo8 5rfing 510010 5r00rr 5In50 5!mss 5tm55-01 5t0055-02 5lrn56 51firo 510(br 510062 510090 Tnmfer out to RETT T6ftsfer Out to Road Tnnder Out to Exose Tran$er Out to Marl(e$ns Trande, Out to Group Sales Tnn$€r Out to REOP Tranicr out to Debt s€n i(e Trurd€r Out to CIP Tramfer Out to OP - Bt s Sbp6 Ttarder Out to Op - Ent0ruvay lmtro't €ments Transfcr Out CERF Tranter Out to Housing Transfer out to llountah Vlew Transfer Out to l'lountah \riew II Tranfer Out to GIO Tra*'fers Out T?lak :)cp,'!rt.flfl;t 92 - Transfers to Oth€r Eundi Tohls EIPENSE TOTAIS n Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 $t,222,800,00 51,222,m0.00 tt,025,500.00 f1,222,m0,00 $1,222,m0.00 tt.026,500.00 cv 696,500,00892,&)0.00892,9)0.00 330,000.00330,m0.00330,m0.00 .m .m .00 .00 .u) ,m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 ,00 .m .{a .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 o $ WMASS VILLAN E 001 - Genersl Fu0d ToBls D(PENSE TOTALS 001 - G€m,al Fund Totrrs $18,238,316.m $19,.143,032.00 tr nd oI()(!& ()F l- Rtn by Mananne Rakoffih an 1012412017 08:59:11 AM Page 56 of $ TOWN OF SNOlff,l Ass VELLAOE Debt Service Fund Revenues oven Expenditures Appropriotions/Reserves of the Yeor End Corlyover $ PROPOSED (75,O25. $ sso.489.oo f $ (36.880. (111,90s. 2018 PROPOsED $ (u1.905.90) $ (1r1.eo5.eo) coN cf) o roNr o)To(5 o_ C)Fr-r I(oo Ir BE6INNIN6 CARRYOVER,$ ?o76 Actr.nl 8.913.38 OPERATING REVENUES OPERATING EXPENDITURE5 $ 3,345,538.22 $ (3A?9,477.50) NFT REVENUE over E(PENDITURES $ $ (83.939.28) YEAR END CARRYOVER c/5.o25.90) $ 20t7 BUD6ET 8.9r3.38 $ ?o77 RETASEp (75.025.eO) $ 1.083.200.00 $ 1.083,200.00 $ (1,083,200.00) $ (1,083,200.00) t s $ 8.913.38 $ C/5,025.9O) 20t6 dslesi Funds Avoihble TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATION5/RE5ERVES $ (75,025.e0) $ o5.02s.90) ?ot7 BUD6ET 20t7 REYI5ED $8,913.38 $ (75,025.e0) $8,913.38 $ Cr5,o25.9O) Budget Worksh eet Report Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE AmInl Arorrnt Dem.{lon 2017 Adopted 2017 Amended BudOet&rdoet 2018 Finance Fund 050 - Oebt Sarvlc! Fundr REVEMJE Tdr6 40lml.0l Propc.ty Tares - Grnent Taxes Fund lund farcs fobb REVENUE TOIAI.S 050 - Debt s€rvlce Funds lotrls REVENUE TOIALS 050 . Dcbt scruicc Fund3 Totals 1,083,200.00 r,083,200.00 950,{8!}.00 t1,083,2w.00 $r,083,200.00 s950,489.00 t1.083,200.00 t1,083,200.00 t9s0,.r8!1.00 (f) N(o r+o (o Nr o).Yo(5(L OF Nr Run by Maflanne Rakowskr on 1012412017 07:37:41 AM Page 12 of lE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE I 20t7 Adofrenl 2017 Amended 8{rdrretEodott 2018 Finan(e Fund O5o - Debt Servicc Funds D(PENSE 0ther Finafiang U*s 5XXII4 Co6totlssuane 52qn4-01 h of lssuance - Underwrite6 fiscount 520mS Refundhg Bond Essow .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Other finanong U*s Toble $u.00 $u.tx,lu.tlu *btF4rens 520$f Bond Prinopal S20m1{l Bond Principal- Operatiom Fadlity 520m1-02 Eond Pnrcjp.l- Road 520001-03 Bond Pdncipal - Droste 52001-04 Bond Principal- Rodoo 520qll{5 Sond Principal - Pool 520001-{f Bond Prindpal - Reseauon Gnter 520002 Eond lnterest 520002-01 Bood Interest - Operdtons Facility 520@2{2 Boild lnter6t - Road 520002{3 Bond lnterest- OIostE 520(n2-{H Bond lntsrest - Rodeo 520002.05 Bond lnterest- Pool 520002-06 Bond lnterest - R6eatlon C€nter 520003 Bond Eank Fees 520003-01 gond Eank fees - Ooerauons Facilily 520003-02 Eord Eark Fees - Road 520003-03 Eond Bank Fees - Droste 520003-04 Bond Bank Feei - Rodeo 520003-05 Bond Eank Fecs - Pool 520@3{5 Bood Eank Fees - Res€ation Centor .00 .00 .00 480,000.00 .00 220,m0.00 rm,mo.00 ,00 .m .m 69,950.m .00 19,2$.00 111,000.00 .m .00 .00 1,000.00 .m 1,m0.m r,000.00 .00 .m .00 480,m0.00 .m 220,m0.q) 180,m0.00 .00 .00 .00 69,9S0.(n .00 r9,250.00 I r r,000.00 .00 .00 .00 t,0,00.00 .00 r,fi1o.00 t.q,0.00 .m .m .m 495,q)0.00 .00 r65,000,00 220,000.00 .00 .00 .m 50,750.00 .00 8,250.00 45,369.00 .00 ,00 .00 1,flto.oo .m r,m0.0o r,000,00 cf)N co o l-N Fund Fund Debt wne Tolals O(pENSE TOTAIS 0SO - Oebt s€rvlce Fundr Totals EXPENSE TOTAI.S 05o - Debt Service Funds Tolats f1,083,200.00 ir,083,200.00 1987,369.00 ($r,083,2w.u,) (sr.083,20o.m) ($e67,36e.@)o)Jo(! tL ()F N Run by Mananne Rakowskr on l0l24a0n 08:59114 AM Pase 73 of $ TOITVN OF sNOWi AsS VILLAGE Lottery Fund Budget Summaqy Revenues over Expenditunes Appropriotions/Reserves of the Yeon End Corryover Actuol Avorloble $ 40.615.36 APPROPTtATIONS/RESERVES $ /10.615.36 $ PROPOSED 48,4t2.36 $ gt,tsg.oo $ 8,r5e.@ $ $56,57r.36 ?018 PROPO5ED $ - 56.571.36 $ 56,57t.36 (f) N CO o @Nr o.Yo(! o_ oF l-r I(oo I r BE6INNIN6 CARRYOVER $ 2016 Actuol 31,185.49 OPERATIN6 REVENUES $ 32.429.87 $ (23,mo.0o) $ 9,4?9.87 $ $ /00.615.36 OPERATINo EXPENDITURES Ner REVENUE over D0ENDITURES Tronsfer Out-Coprtol Pro;ects Fund YEAR END CARRYOVER $ 2017 BUD6ET 36.0eo.49 $ 2017 REVISED 40,615.36 $ 30,797.OO $ 30,797.00 $ (z3.om.oo) $ (23,o0o.p0) $ 7]97.@ $ 7,7e7.@ $-$ $ 43.887.49 S 49,412.36, ?i017 BUD6ET zol7 REWsED $ 43,887.49 $ 48.4r?.36 $ 43.887.49 $ /+8.+12.36 SNOWMAS-S-VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 ?017 Adopted 2017 Arnended Amrnt Ar.ilnt n @rrlm &rdoet Budqet 2018 Financ€ Fund 005 - Lott2ry Fu.d REVENIJC I n t€ryol4mm e nta I Rewfi ue 402m6 bftrry Funds 30,679.00 ln tergawm firenta I Rerenue Tot al'tr},622.00 r75.00 $3t),622.00 175.00 t3{l.b/9.0o {80.00 l,tisallaqeous 407mf lntsrest lncorne $75.00 $175.00 $,180.00f4isellaneous Tbtals REVET{UE TOTAI-S O05 - Lottery Fund Tolals RA/ENUE TUTALS O05 - Lottcry Fund Totals l],J,B7.OO t30,797.(x]5Jl,l)v,w $I,797.00 t10.797.00 t3l, rs9.00 Fund Fund l$,797.00 $30.797.00 $31,159.00 cf)Nc) o o)Nr o)voo(L C)Ft- Run by Mananne Rakowski on l0l24l20l7 07:37140 AM Page 4 of I $,622.m 30,622,00 LLAGEN Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Ar.rl)unt Account [l€sdrrrakn 20U Adopt€d tudorl 2017 Amended Budoet ?018 Finance Fund OO5 - Lottcry Fund D(PENSE Owating & Naintenane 503m3 MiscE[arnous .00 .00 .00 O$el{rg & Mantenance Totab c5plbl Pdrfs & REcrealho Ctpital Tolals s0.00 t0.u)f0.0o Gpital !07tn9 .m .00 .00 t0.00 s0.00 $0.00 f@nsfe$ Ou[ 5f0(nt Tran{er Ott to General 5f0055-02 Trander Ou to cIP " Enbwvay krp.oyenmts 23,000.m .m 23,m0.{x)r,mo.m .m,00 sz3,m0.00 t23,m0.00 tlJ,utxJ,uofnnsfe$Out Totals BPENSE TOTATS $21,m0.00 s23,m0.00 $2J,UtO.0O Fund Fund 005 - Lottery Fund Totals O(PENSE TOTALS OO5 - LottEry Fund Tohls t23,m0.00 t23,000,00 $23,000.00 oo cor o.Yoo(L oF Nr Rtm by Marianne Rakovrsh on l0l24l20l7 08:59:12 AM Page Sz or$ TOWN OF sNOWAAAss VTILAaE Reol Estate Tronsfer Tax Fund Budget Summory Revenucs orrcr Expenditures Appropriotions/Rescnres of the Yeor End Carryover OPER^TIM REVENUES OPER^TITIG EXPENDITURES NET REVENUE ovcr EXPENDITURES Coprtol Eldg/Equrp Reserve Used END CARRYOVER CARRYOVER $ $(1. $ 3.334,631.86 $ 6.r38.841.99 Actuol 4.973.796.91 $ 1.430.933.43 BUD6ET $ 4,074,893.91 $ $ 2,215.0OO.0O $ 2.215.000.00 $ (215,984.00) $ (215.984 $ 3,52r.693.9r $ 5.360.598.99 $ $ (394/59 $ (1.810,984 00) REIIISED 6.138.841.99 (r6e,716.00) $ (167,50O:00) i PROPOSED $ 5,360.598.99 2,350,000.00 s (336.Of6. 4,t66,667.9 $ $ $ $ $ (33, (824 Coprtol Burldrng/Egurpment Reserve Energency Reserve $ s $ 2016 tctuol 876,412.65 2,000,000.00 Funds Awihble TOTAL.OTHER APPROPEATIONS/RESERVES 3,262,4?9.34 $ 6.138,841.99 BUD6ET $ 595,802.00 $ $ 2,000.000.00 $ REVTSED 671.653.65 2.0@.000.00 $ 924.891.91 $ 2,688,945.34 s 3.52r.693.9r $ 5.360,598.99 7 PR@OsED $ 8e7,868.65 $ 2,000.000.00 I 4,166.667.99 $34 c)N(O o (Y) r olzo (U o_ ()F t-r I(oo Irr $ A'T. CERF WMA VILLAGEN Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Afcount Desarltllon 2017 Mopted &xirr.t 2017 Amended &,doet 2Ol8 FinmceAftount Fund 006 - neal fjtata Transfer Tax Fund REVENUE Taxes {0Im5 Real Eshrte Trant'er Tax l(iwllaneous 407mf htere6t lncome fil6 Totals t2,200,qto.00 rs,om.00 t2,2o0,m0.oo t2,lm.mo.00 50,000.m l,li lldneous Totalt RR/ENUE TOTAT.S Fund 006 - Real Ertate Trans{cr Tax Fund Tohls REVEM'E TOTAS Fund 006 - Rerl Estate Tradsrer Tar Fund Totals s2,2t5,mo.00 $2,215,m0.@ $2,3$.000.00 $2,2r5,0m.0o $2,2l5,mo.oo sl,J5{I,U)U.0U CONc) o N cr) C)Jo (U o_ CJF Nr Rtn by Marianne Rakorruski on l0l24l20l7 07:37:40 AM Page 5 of I 2,200,000.(a 2,200,(n0.0o 2,300,000,00 Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Acrount Account 0f,snoairyr 2017 Adopted BUfu€T 2017 tun€nded Budset 2018 Finence f{nd 006 - Real Eslate Transfer Tax Fund Eo€r{sE Openting I l,tdintenana 5O:m3 ,{i*ellaneo{rs .00 .00 .m Gpttdl 507008 50708-01 507m8-02 50700&03 5{'7(x)8-U 50700&05 507m&06 507m&07 50700&08 507008-G) s07m9 507m901 507m9-02 507('0901 507009-04 507Ut9-05 50700906 507m9-07 507m$08 507U'$09 50701 l 507025 507027 Otrratng & Nantenanc| fobts CaDlbl TGnsoortrton capihl TrdnsporEtion - &r!€s & Equtpment Cadbl Transportatioo - Daly Oepovcarage CapiblTransportauon - Bus stop caplbl RepaiB capiElTransporEtlon - Parrel C Video gtrvellance caprhl Tnnsporbtion - Trdrdt Ofiics Baso Village GplblTrdnsportauon ' Tor{n Park SEtjon capihl Transportat on - 8us Depot Annouflcernent System c.piblTransportatio[ - Radio Phone System Capibl Transportauon - Varlable Message GPS Caplbl Palls & Recreatlon Opibl Parts & Recreathn - Entryway OplEl Parls & Recreatlon - Rodeo lmpro!,ernenB GdEl Parls & Res€auon - Brush Creek S8eom RestqaUon Capltal Parts & Resealhn - Rouodabout Storn Seum Gpital Parks & Reseat on - Tralls Gpital ParB & necreauon - Open space Triits Study caprbl Parls & Reoeauon - Ice Rlnk capEl hrts & Red€atiofl - Town HallLlndsoprng Gpital Parl6 & Recreation - Rec Center &riHing & Equip Repalr Caplbl Road Rescrues Used Euilding Equlpment Repatr t0.00 .00 169,716.00 71,520.00 t0.00 .m 394,759.00 71,520.00 10,00 .m 33,785.00 71,520.m cf)N cf) o cf, COr .00 .m .m .m .00 .00 .m .m .00 .m .m .m .m .00 .00 .m .00 .(,0 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .m .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .q) .00 .00 .@ .00 .00 .00 CapiblTouts $241,236,00 $466,279,00 t10s,305.00 TnnslcE Ai 510001 Tran$er(}ittoGenerdl 5t0ml-01 TEnSer Out to General - TrdnsDorbuon 510001-02 T.anier qrt to C,aneral - tanGopirq 5t0001-03 Tr.nsfer Art to General - Pod & Reseatlon Center 510001-(H T.aEfer Ort Grneral Furd - Annual Maintemnce/Scrrl 510055 TrdnSer qrt to CIP 510055-01 Transfer qrt to gP - Bos Sbgs 510055-02 Tran{er Out to CtP - Ent }rway lmprwernmts .m 592,088,00 561,920.00 585,456.00 .00 167,5m,00 .00 .00 ,00 592,088.00 561,920.00 585,456.00 .00 167,500.00 .00 .00 .00 665,863.00 607,384.00 60r,279.00 .m 824,t00.00 .00 .00 q) -:zo(5 (L (J F Nr Run by Marianne Rakowski oa lOl24l2OL7 08:59:12 AM Pase 58 of 9E Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 ulllrldod.rl lolTtErt{ tud, laa . R.t Er* land.r td fond drErst lrrnsi trr6r.rourc.rt ID .i! ,0o5rEl60l Tdr.,o*Grf - Erb n rnE 30,m,@ loolE.lll lodllm sr(IEto2 ldEla.4(tF. rod drC &slruor 5,olr.ll0 !r00.@ silloooslGAl,' Trt lroratif.ftGD'Erhtr !E6ro.0o 589,0(tr.q| 705,IIo00 TmnsfersOutTolatr t2,526,964.00 $2,526,964.m t3,438,626.00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE E(PENSE TOTAIS 32,768,200.00 t2.993,243.00 $3,s43,931.00 t'und und 006 - Real Estatc Transfer Tax Fund Totals OOENSE TOTALS 006 - Real Estate fransfer Tar Fllnd Totals 12,768,200.00 f2,993,243.00 13,543,931.00 G2,768,200.00) (32,993.243.00) (f3,543,931.00) (Y) N (f) o rif (f) G)rtoo o_ OF t-r Run by I'larianne Rakowski on 10/2412017 08:59:12 AM Pase 59 of 9[ TOWN OF 5NOW,1AA55 VILLA6E Rood rtlill Levy Fund Budget Summary Revcnues over Expenditurcs Appropriotions/Reserves of the Yeor End Carr.yover 2018 PROPOSED $ 1.478,781.85 $ 8,tO.s95.85 $ 2,494,696,OO $ (350.000.00) $ (2,249,182.0O) s (104.486.00) l$ (sss,9oo.oo)l cON cf) o 1r) ct)r 2018 PROPOSEp $ 581.853.27 $ 255,542.58 S 8,0.395.85 o.Yo(! TL OF f- I(oo Ir BE6TNNIN6 CARRYOVER $ 2,467p2552TING REVENUEs - OPERATIN6 EXPENDITURE5 $ (478.587 YEAR END CARRYOVER $ 1.9s5,906.85 NET REVENUE ovcr D0ENDTTURES - ?ot6 Actuol $ ?.434,494.79 $ 2,459.9u.00 $ 2,459,9U.00 $ (2,313.234.00) $ (2.587,036.00) $ (203.323.00) $ (477,125. -$ $ 1,190.945.79 $ 1,478.781.85 BUD6ET $ t.394,268.79 REVI5ED $ 1.955.906.85 Bui ldi nglEquipment Reserve Reserve, f oe ?Qtb lExpend 2Ol7 Funds Avoihble TOTAL.OTHER APPROPRTATTONS/RESERVES 20t6 ActtJol $ t,o72,,J;9.27 $ 57,332.00 $ 826.455.58 $ 1.e55.906.85 2017 BUD6ET $ 910.779.00 $ ?ot7 REYISED 963J02.?7 $ 280,166.79 $515,679.58 $ 1.190.945-79 $ 1,/+78.78r.85 our- fiP Budget Year 2018 a,lTrdorLd 2or7rmnrdrdrtrt ld.nr D60dhr idar &rlxl 20la Frlre r i.d 0or - iod inl &w rufll {tror{h PEFryrE-orlllrtTe. a,l't,ln 2,a{9,,r .00 2.{5,696.6 Taxes Totag t2,449;4it.0o t2,,149,411.00 32105,696.00 5,000.00 5,m0.00 75,(x)0.m 0 t a ry. s to r k r,4cv,-oials f,lifellandlus 407m1 lnterest lrrome O,arges for se.,i,,ce 4m0rc O6rDancyAsgesments Budget Worksheet Repoft 5,500.00 5,500.00 14.000.m $5,S00.m f5,5o0.oo sr4,000.00t'$ceildfieLc Totilg REVENUE TOTALS r'r^.1 007. Road Mill Levy Fund Totals REVcNUE TOmS 12,459,911.m ta{59,91r.m *,494,696.00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE rund oo7 - Road Mil, Levy Funr, To1,ls ----31759F1"f,f J2,{59,911.00 i2;49,695.00 ."Y' N cr) o (o co - o.Y(J(! TL OF f- Run by Mananne Rakourskr on LOl24l2Ol7 07:37t40 AM Page 5 of tf Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Account Descrinhon 2017 Adopted &rda|t 20U /vnended A,(laet 2018 Finance WMASS VILLAGEN Af,rount Funrl OO7- Road Mill LeYyFund EGTNSE Purchasd kmres 50200102 Conerltant-EnOlneerlng 502018-02 Collectlon Fees - Road 25,000.00 48,988,00 25,m0.00 48,988.m 20,000.00 4&114.m n!ftfiajn.l Servtrcs fobb $2.988,00 s73,988.0O $68,114.00 OpeB ting & f,tdin tefl a nct 5{13003 Misce0aneous .00.m.00 CapMl 507025 507027 507t00 507r0t 507101-01 507t01-02 507r01-03 507r01-fi s07r0l-05 507t0r-{b 507r0r.07 507t0r-$ 507r01-09 507r01-10 507t0r-1r 50710r-12 507r02 507r02.0r 507ro2-02 507r02-03 s07t02-0{ s07102-05 507103 507r03-01 507103.02 507r03.01 507103.04 507103-05 507103-06 507t03-07 te,00 52,S.r7.00 .00 r95,000.00 45,0m.00 .00 .00 .00 .m ,m .1) .00 60,000.00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 $0.0o 269,0r7.00 .m r95,{m.00 45,000.m .00 .m .00 .m .m .m .00 60,000.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 $0.00 2,349.00 .00 250,000.00 .00 .00 .m .00 .@ .@ .00 .00 .00 .(a .00 .00 .00 @ent!19 B laiflEnanLe lotets Res€wes Used Buildhg EquDment Repalr Road PrcJects Road PmrecB Central Road PmiecE Centrnl - 8.ush Creek Road Road Pmreds Cenfal - 8rush Creel l"ane Road PmJ€cB Centnl- O€errieH Drive Road Pro.ieds C€otral - Oavi{k Road Road Pmjeds Gntral - thwtridge Road Pmreds Central - HlgNine Rcad Road PmJecB Centsal - Lot E Road PmJe(A C-entral - Owl Geek Road Road Pmj€cts Central - Rodeo Lot Road ProlecB Centrdl - Snowmass Geek Road Road Projeds Central - woodbrugo Road Road hlects Ccntral- B.ushcreek Wood Road Roundabout Road PmJecE Comry oub Road ProJeds Counby Oub - Eeaver Crurt Rcad PmJ€cts Country Oub - railway Drlve Road Prorects Counfy Oub - Hartston Gre€n Road Plolects Country Oub - Snoyrmass Gub qrde Road ProJects Country Oub - 5L Andrer$ CL Road ProrerE ttorse Randl Road Pmj€cts tlorse Randr - Bnndhg LanE Road Pmrods Horso Randr - Bridle Palh Lane Road Pmj€ds Horse Randr - Bmnco Court Road Pmj€ds Horse Randl - Horse Randr Drive Road prorects Horse Randr - ,'lavefiA Crde Road Pmjecrs Horse Randr - Pinb 6rde Road PmJccts Horse Randr - Rodeo Road cr)N (Y) o t- co o -v.()o TL OF t'\ .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .q) .00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakow*i on 1012412017 08:59:12 AM Page 60 of S LAGESNOWMASS Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Amilnt DPffirfion 2017 Adopted 2017 Amende{ tudaFtBudnet 2018 Finan.eArafiunt Fund lIlT - Road ilill L€vy Fuod o(PEilSE Captal 50710'08 507103.09 507r03-r0 507103- r I 507r03. r2 507104 50710+0r 5071$-02 5071fi-03 5{'710+$ 5071fi-05 507r04-06 507104-07 s07104.08 5071fi-0{, 5071$-10 5071&-1r 507104-12 507105 507105-0t 507105'02 507105{3 507r05-& s07105-05 507105.06 507r05-07 s07r05.08 s07los-lx, 507105-10 507105- l t 507ros-r2 507t05-13 507105-14 s07l06 507t05-01 507r0&02 50710603 507r06-{x Road Pmjeds Horse Randr. Saddlebad Lnne Road PIojeds Horee Randr - Spur REge tane ttoad Projects Horse Ranch - SElllon Road Projects t{orse Randr - Shllion glcle Road PrD.lects tlorse Randr - Trail Rider Ltn€ Road Pmlects I'lelton Randr Road ProJecB I'lelton Randr - Lemord fre Road Projects l&lton Ranch - tcmond Place Road Pmjects Melton Randt - Meadow Lane Road Projects lteltoil RarEh - Martlngale Place Road PmJecG l,leltoo tlandr - Meadow Road Road prcJects lilelton ttanch - Oak Rldoe Lnne Road Pmjecfs t4elton R.ndr - Oak Rldge Road Road PIojects I'lelton Ranch - Sirdalr Lane Rord Pmrects lrt€lton Randr - Sirf,hlr Road Road Pm,ects I'ielton Raoch - Summit Lrne Road Porects lhlton Randr - Terzre Driye Road PmJeds I'telton Randr - wildridge lane Road P,orects Rldge Run Rord Prolects Ridge Run - Ander RUge Lane Road Pmjects Rldge Run - Baby Doe Lane Road Plojeds nHge nun - &rcl [am Road Projeds Rldge Run - Deer tan€ Road Pmjeds RldqE Run - Deer Rldg€ t ne Road Projects RldgE Run - East Rldoe Road Road Pmjecb Ridge Run - Elk Rldge Lane Road Projects Rldge Run - E mln€ Lane Road PmJecE Rldge Run - Faraway Road Roid Projects Ridg8 Run - M.de Rldge l"ane Road ProJects Rldge Run - ilo.th Ridge lane Road Prolects Rtdg€ Run - Rldge Road Road Pmj€cE Ri,gE Run - Sbllar Lrne Road Projects Rlds Run - vlew Rldge Lane Road PmJ€cE West fdlage Road ProJecB West Village - Budlngam€ t3n€ Road Pmjects West Mllage - Csmpgmund Lane Road Pmjeds West Vrlage - Caniageyvay Road ProrecB west \rillage - Daly Line ,00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .m ,00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 ,00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 .m .fl) ,00 .m .00 .m ,m .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 ,m .(n .m .m .00 ,m ,m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .m .00 .m .00 .m .00 .m .m .m .m .00 .m .00 .00 .m .m .m .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .m ,m .m (e N CO o @ cf) o.Yo(U (L OF l- .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 "m .00 ,m .00 ,m .00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .(n .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 1012412017 08:59:12 AM Page 61 of 9[ Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Affortnl Affount Dfsirtirm 2017 Adopted 20U &nended Erdmt BrrdnEt 2018 Finance fund 007 - D(PENSE Capttal 507t0605 s07r0&06 50710&07 s07r06-08 507106{I) 507r0&r0 507t06. I r 507t06-12 507r05-13 50710&14 507r0615 507106-16 507t0&17 507106- 18 507r(F.19 507rffi-20 507t07 507107-01 s07t07.02 507r07-03 507107'0.1 507107-05 s07r07-06 507107-07 507t07-08 507t07-09 s07t07- r0 507107- t t 507108 507r08-01 507108-02 507108'03 507108.H 507tur 50710901 507r0902 507rr0 5071 r t Road ]t{il] Levy Fund Road Pm&S WeS Vilhg€ - Elbert [ane Road ProJeCs West Village - Fall Lane Road PrBrects West Village - Gallun t ne Road Pmlects West Yrllase - Lot t noad ProJects West Wlage - Lot 2 Road Projects West village - tot 3 Road Pmjects west villaoe - Lot 4 Road Pmrects West village - Lot 5 Road Pmrects t rest Village - Lot 6 Road Projeds west Village - Lot 7 Road Pmjects west villaoe - Lot I Road Prolects West Ydlaqe - Lot 9 Road Pmjects West Yrllage - Lot l0 Road Prole€E West Ydlage - Lot I I Road Pojects West Mllage - Lol 12 Road P,oJeds Wen village - Lot 13 Road ProJects Wood Run Road ProJecE wood Run - Alpine Lane Road prolects wood Run - Erldge Lane Road Pmjects wood Run - Creek lnne Road Projects Wmd Run - Edgeuood t ne Road Proj€ds Wood Run - Forest tana Road Projeds Wood Run - Hirden Lane Road ProJects wood nun - Janss t ne Road Projects Wood Run - Uttle lin€ Road P.ojects wood Run - Sbnton lane Road ProJects Wood Rm - Village Run OrEle Road Prolects Wood Run - Wood Road Road P,oJects Tuo Geeks Road Protscts Tn'o Ge€ts - Blue Sgruce t ne Road ProF Two creets - East Fork Lane Road Projed! Two Creels - Timber Rld0e Lane Road Proj€ds T$o Oeets - Two Geeks Drive Road Projeds The Pines Road ProJect! Th€ Pines - Pinecr€st Drlve Road PmFcts Tlre Prnes - Spruce Ridge Lam Way Rndlng Signs Crad Sealhg CON ce o O) cf) o.Yo(o(L oF l-r I .00 ,00 .00 .00 .q) .00 .m .00 .00 ,00 ,00 .00 .m .m .m .m .00 ,00 ,00 .m ,00 .m .00 ,m .00 .m .00 .m .m .00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 .m 32,000.00 .m .m .m .00 .m .m .00 .00 .{x) .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 52332.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Run by Mariame Rakowski oa fil24l20l7 08:59:12 AM .00 .(x) Pase 62 of 9[ Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 OWMASS VILLAGE Arrount Acfount D€0irtb,! 2017 Adopred 2017 Amended Bu.h€tBudaet 2018 Finanfe Fund 007 - Road Mill Levy Fund E(PENS€ Artbl 507ll2 Annual Malntenance 60,979.m 60,979.m 60,979.00 ca4bl Totdk ${lJ,5Z6.U'tb6/,Jzu.rrj sf4s,J2E.0o 1,835,740.00 .m 533,900.00 350,000.00 lmn{e$ Oul 510001 Transfer Oit to Creneral 5fqn6 Tranferort to RETT 5fm55 Tr.n{erout to OP 510056 TranSerOutCERF r,825,720.m1,825,720.00 350,m0.00350.000.(n .00 .m .00 .00 frnd Fund Trao{rrs O't Totab DOCNSE TOTAIS OO7 - Road l.lill Lery Fund Tolals D(pCNSE TOTALS OO7 - Road Mill Levy Fund Tolals t2,553.84.m $2,937,035.m $1.131,082.00 N cf)rFoo\t ov(J (5 o_ ()F t- Run by Mananne Rakowskr on t0l24l20l7 08:59:12 AM Page 63 ofgE TOWN OF SNOWIAASS VflLAGe Excise Tox Fund Budget Summory Revenues over Expclditures Appropriofions/Reserrres of the Ycor Erd Conaover BE6INNIN6 CARRYOVER NET REVENUE over D(PENDITURES (15, 653,166.43 $ $ $ $END cARRYOVER Exterror Housrng Renovotions-Phose. f Actuol $ e.965.r39.U OPERATING REVENUE5 OPERATINo EXPENDITURE5 i 366,222.45 $ (282.351.38) $ 83.871.07 Housrng Renovotrons-Phose II Out-Coprtol Projects Fund 20t7 BUD6ET $ 485,924.53 $ ?ot7 REYTSED 653,r66.43 $ 274.0OO.0O $ _ (32.OOO.OO) $ 242,0oo.0o $- $- $ (4oo.ooo.m) I 327,924.53 $ 274,000.00 $ (32,mO.OO) $ 24e,0oo.oo $ (44,908.00) $- $ (400,000.00) $ 45O.258./t3 $ zot8 PROPO5ED 450,258.43 i 277,5AO.AO $ (37,OOO.OO) $ 24o.5m.m l$ -l $-, $- t 690.75S.43 I 2016 Actuol Unrestricted Fundr from Soles $ $Reserve for 2016 Expenditures tn 2Ol7 44,908 00 Funds ar,rihble TOTAL.OTHER APPROPRIATION5/RESERVES $ 608.258.43 $ 653.166.43 ?ot7 BUD6ET ?4fl REWSED $ $ $ $ $$ 327,924.53 450,258.43 $ 3?7.924.53 $ 450,258.43 cf)N ct) o \f ov(Jo o_ OF l-r I(oo I 2018 PROPO€p $ $ $690.758.43 s 690.758.43 S 0 S VIL Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2or7rrbri.d aluandi.d Fuid ool't*i* Td rrd .0106 6(l.I! 2l5,0lD.lD il25.00ro 2A.UnlD Taxes fobB $225,0m.m tz5,{m0.00 $225,m0.m t'ttgelianeous 40701 lnt€aelt lncome 407007.04 Employee tlo(6ing - Rent Other 1,000.00 48,000.00 r,000.00 ,18,000.00 4,500.00 48,000,00 Funrl Fund iqrselldn&ui Totdls REVENUE TOTAIS 008 - Erclsc Tax Fund Toials RF/EflUE TOTAIS 008 . Excise Tar Fund Totals $274,000.m i274,000.00 1277,5fr.m $27,r,0m.m 1274,000.00 $277,500.00 CON (f) iFo N$ o.Y() (o o_ OF t- I Run by Marianne Rakowski on lOl24l2OL7 O7:37:40 AM Page 7 of p WIVI A S VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 A(r'ount Dr!(notlon 2017 /\dop(ed tudoet 2017 Arfi€nded Budod 7018 FinanceAcrount tund 008-ExclscTaxFund EXPCNSE htnJvsd *rvrres 502030 ooslngcogti 5om3l Hofii€ovnars Ass€s$rcnl ,m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 turdraed s4.litss Tolrb t0.m 32,000.00 t0.00 32,000.m t0.00 32000.00 orn ting I lvla ina e n r nce 503m3 Hbcdhneous Operaong & l'rarntgnaoce Tarab 932.000.00 $32,000.00 t37,000.00 Cnpltal 507020 50702G98 507020-99 507021 507021-0r 50702r-02 s0702r-03 507422 507022-0r 507A22-02 507022.03 507022-04 50't024 s07026 Capibl Othel Capbl otier - Rodeo Pl8ce Homes & Phase ll GplElOther. Ftlor Y€ar Prolects CaEbl PmJeG thrd CosB Gptal PmJ€cG llard Osts - Det/eloprnent oBrge5 carIhl Proj€cts |lard CrsE - S'te Constructlon cadbl PmrecB Hard costs - Conunqency Cadhl PmrecB SoR cosB capabl Projects Soft Costs - ConsulErnts Gpatal Pmjects soft Costs - Other CosB ROI cadEl PmJecE Soft frsts - Owne.s Rep Capihl PmlecB Soft Costs - Mbcellaneous Capital - Emplqyee Rental ilousing capihl - Purdlase of Employee Housing (a N (f) o Cr)s .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 .00 "00 .m .00 44,908.00 .00 .00 -m .m .00 ,00 ,m .m .m ,00 .m .00 .00 .00 Transle6 Ai 510055 TBnsfer Out b clP Apid fobb t0.00 400,{m0.00 3.14,908.00 400,000.00 t0.00 ,00 Trans{egOutTobb m 30.00 Fund Fund O(PEilsE TOTAI.5 OO8 - Ercb€ rrx Fund Totals o(PEflSE TOTAI.S $432,m.00 $476,908.00 $37,mO.00 ooB - Excise rax Fund rotats ----(a432m.mr--6a769[s.mffflf,0m.m) o).Yo(! o_ OF t-r I(o Run by t'larianne Rako$,ski on l0l24l20fi 08:59:13 ltfti (:, I Page 54 or$ TOWN OF sNOWi/tAss VflLAGE, tl{orketiry Fund Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures Appropriotions/Reserves of the Yeon End Conyover BE6INNIN6 CARRYOVER OPERATINo REVENUES $ 4.701.105.80 i t,42O,646-0/.END CARRYOVER a@ol $ t,371p?8l7 OPERATING EXPENDITURES NET REVENUE over D(PENDITURES $ (4,464.888.53) $ ?36.217.27 zo17 BUD6ET $ t,25O.rO3.77 $ $ 4,730,029.00 $ 4,fi0,A29,OO $ 96.154.00 $ i 7,246,2t?.77 $ r,41e.800.04 7 92.1il.OO $ (4,63s,87s,0O) 2018 PROPOSED $ 1.412,800.04 $ 5,0s8,522.00 I ,o,rrr,ur*,] so,ooz.oo I (loo $ $ $ 1,362,802.A ?o7 (2Ar7=15%/2018=25%) for 2Ol6/Expend in ?Ol7 Actuol $ 470.110,58 $4,000.00 946,535.46Funds Avorloble TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVE5 $ $ 1,4?:o,il6.u ?ol7 BUD€ET $ 709F0435 $ 20t7 REVISED 709.504.35 $$ $ 536.753.42 $ 703,,295.69 I 7,?46,2ft.77 $ 1,412.800.04 (f)N cf) o ttsr aol8 PROPOsED $ 1,259.630.50 $ $ 103,171.54 $ 1.362,302.04 0).Yooo- ()F i- I(oO Ir OUT -CE OUT. CMF $ BEVISED 1,420,646.O4 SNOW SS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Amrrnt Arrnunt Op<fnr*bn 2017 Mopted &rla€t 2017 Arnended 8ud6at 2018 Finance Funrl 0ff1 - Marketing & sp€cial Events Fund REVENUE Taxes 401003-01 Sales Taxes - Markeung 4,692529,m 4,697,529,00 4,949,522.00 faxcs Tolab $4.(t97;s2q00 44,597,s29.fi t4,9{9,522.00 fit6t:iian(vus 407mr lnmst lncorne 407018-02 Ceop Reimhrsement - Ma*ethg 7,500.00 25,000.m 7,500.00 25,000.00 14,000.00 75,0m.m ^,ltwlla4eus Toldls REVENUE TOTAIS ':u:d 009 - Markeung & Sperlal Event$ Frnd Totals REVENUE TOT&S u;d 0O9 - Marketin! &sp€cial Events FundTotals t32,500.00 i12.500.00 t89,(xto.00 14,730,029.00 i4,7{,O29.OO S5,038,522,00 14,730,029.00 $4,730,029.m $5,038,522.00 t4,730,029.t0 s.l,7lo,0z9.0o s5,0j8,5zz.ul coN cf) o los o.Yoo(L (JFt- Run bry Mananne Rakowski on $l24l20l7 07:37:40 AM Page 8 of p Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Amount Acrount Descrlilror! 2017 Ado4ed 2017 Arnended &fi,(iet ttudoet 2018 Finance SNOWMASS VILLAGE fund OO9 - Marketlno & Spcclal Evcnts Fund E(PEI{SE krsonnel Serui:{e 50100f-01 Payroll Regular 501002-01 Paym{ Orertime Regular 501003 Paym[ 8€netits 501003-0r Payroll 8ene0B - Recreation Benefit 501m3.04 Pafol 8en0lits - Houshg Alowance 501003-06 PdyroUBenenB-Retirement 501$3-08 Payrol BenetiB - !,|€dlcare 501003-09 Paymll 8€nefiB- Rca 501m3-10 Payoll BenellB - Hoalt r Insurance 50!003-ll Payrol Benefits - Seasonal tlealur Incurance 501003-tZ Paytoll BenefiB - Health Reimbursermnt 501003-t3 Pafoll EenenB - Danbl In$tmnce 501003.14 Payroll genefits - visirn Insurdnce 501003-15 P.ro[ BenefiE - SEndard - Ufe / AD& D $1003-16 Paymll Bene,iB. Ogna - We/AD&D 501003-t7 Paymll B€nerits - o€pendoot Ufe 5olm3-18 Paymll B€neRts - Long Tem Disability 501003-19 Paymll Benents - l.hemployment lnsur.nce 50[m3-20 Payrcll BenefiB - workmans Comp 50fm3-21 Paymll Benents - TaEbl€ Ufe 50f04 Tralnlng/ Regis0"dons 501005 Trdvel & Meeting Erpenses 569,282.m 20,0m.m .qt 13,3t3,m :nom.m 4t,980.m 8,985.m 4,879.00 203,909.m .m .0 r,948.00 t1534.00 r,634.00 .00 69.00 4,468.m 2,050.m t,{l!14.00 .00 10,000.m 35.0m.00 669,282.00 20,0(x,.@ .m r3,313.00 30,000.00 4r,980.00 8,986.00 4.879.(x) 203,909.00 .00 .00 1,948,00 1,534.00 1.634.00 .00 69,q, 4,458.00 2.050,00 r,GX.00 .00 r0,000.00 35,000.00 657,r39.00 r5,000.00 .00 13.7t3.00 30.000.m 47.269.00 8,785.00 5,070.fi) 2r2,836.00 .00 .m 2,254.00 r,49r.00 3,574.00 .00 59.00 {,668.00 2,016.m 739.00 .00 r0 000,00 40,m0.00 ktennct letui.u Totab $1,050,1.16.00 $t,050,146.0O tf,054;613.00 Pudradkuices $2ml Lesal Fees Spedal Counsel 502m2 Consuf'bnt 502m3 Co0u"ct SeNice 5020fi Telephone 502m7-0l r{alntpnince Agr€ements - Cophr 502m8-0t Repalrs - Equlpment 502txl90l I'lailino - Postage 50201G03 UUliUes - Ehcdc 502013-01 Leased Equipmmt - copier 502017 Audit .00 .00 20,000.00 8.m0.00 1,000.00 1.000.00 3,{rc0.00 700.m tt,0m.m 4,572.00 .m .00 20,000,00 8,000.00 r,000.00 r,(m,00 3,m0.00 700.00 1t,000.00 4,572.00 .00 .m 45,0m.00 8,m0,00 2,500.00 1,000.00 3,(n0.00 9q),00 2,000.00 {,850.00 o)Joo o_ llrdrased fuMGt Totag tqg,272.0O $49,272.00 t57.250.00 OF t-r I .00.00.m hemltng & llantcnane 503001-02 M\rertling - Jobs 503m2 Dues, l.l€rnbershlps, Subscrlpuons Run by Marianne Rakowski on lol24l20l7 08:59:13 AM 8,000.00 8,000.00 7,500.00 Page 65 of @ (f)N cY) o (o $r Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Aamtrnt AmInt DPsintion 20U ruopted 20lT Amended & rrlmt tll rinPt 2018 Financo Fund 009 - Marketlno & Special Events Fund OOENSE Oryabng & l4drnlenance 5{rlm3 ![xellaneoos 503005-01 Supdles-Ofike 503005-30 Supdles - EvenB 50:X)05 EqubrErt 503007-01 8dHlng Lease Payments - Rent 503007-02 Bullding Lease Payilents - CAr'15 503m&01 lnsurance - Bdldhg 503008-02 In$rrnce - vehlde 50300901 VehldeExpenses Fuel 503{XX}02 vehlde Erpenses - Ol 5030CI03 Vehlcle &penses - PaIG & Supplicr 5030090{ Vehide Expcnses - Eslrpment 50YXX}O6 vehlde &penses - Lnbor 503027 olke E$xpnent Wnting & tqaliltenffice Tbtate Captbl 507m1-01 ca$ Pud|ases- VehEes 507m1-20 Cash PurdEses - qher Captal Totals Tnnge5 Out 510055 Tnnsfer Olt to OP 5l@56 Tran$er OIGRF raftfe$ Ou( Totats 12,000.m t2,000.00 31,000.00 10(x)0.m !4,000,00 15,000.00 ltqD.m $,000,00 20,000.m .00 .m .m 68,500.00 68,500.00 61,325.00 9,000.00 9,000.00 8,0m.00 200.00 2m.00 2m.00 100.00 r00.$ rm.00 1,070.m t,070.00 r,070.00 .00 .00 .m 987.m 987.m 987.m .00 .00 .m 2,100.00 2,100,00 2,100.00 4,$0.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 cr)N cf) 513{1,957.00 $134,957.00 S15t,282.00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 t-sr t0.00 t0.00 $0.00 t$,m0.00 100,000,00 1m,m0.00 .m.m.m Olher ExWndluES t10o,m0.00 sl0o,0@.00 $r00.m0.00 .00 .00 .0051rm!Write Offs A[muflB Receivables 55000r 550001-01 550002 550003 5s{XXM-0t 5500m-02 ss{xxH-03 55{rc05-01 550mt02 55000t03 55000601 $0.00 r4,500.@ .00 7,500.00 3s,000.m 88.200.00 566,s00.00 .t4,t00.00 90.550.m 52,100.00 62,100.m 52,500.00 14,5m,00 .00 7.500.00 35,0m.m 88,2m.00 566,500,00 44,100.(n 90,650.00 52.100.00 62,rm.m 52,500.00 t0.m r2500.00 .m 12,500.00 32,000.m tm,m0.00 56r,m0.00 s0(m.00 9r,9D.00 614,750.00 52100.00 42,500.00 Other Expeniltues fotals 90.00 l,radebng Alrline Support Alrllne Support - D€l!, Slgnage Premiums Summer Malteunq - ColaEral Summer Ma*eung - Advertisiog Summer tJtarleung - rtotography Winter Marketing - C-ollateral Winter Markedng - Advedslng Wnter Marketino - Photography Onlhe - web Deslon & Maintenance o).Vo$ o_ OF l-r I(o Run by Madanne Rako rski on fil24l20l7 08:59:13 AM Page 65 of {E E5ASS V Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Arlount Account Deselil!lo.n 20fTAdopted 20lTAmended !u Fund OO9 - Marketing & spc€lal Eventr Fund E(PEIISE ila*eUng 550m602 Onllne - Sodal Medla 55flIF03 Onune - Seadr Engine Opumaraton & !,larlctiog 550fl1604 mhe - E-mal 55fltr605 mine - MisetrarEous 55007 RRC Ofiupancy 550m8 S0onso6hlp Tool 55{Xn9 Compeuhre Anatysas 55{ml3 Reseamh sl.rt ey 5S00r7 Ote Tim€ ExperEes 75,000.00 60.000.00 32,500.00 r5,000.00 .m 10,500.m 23,500.00 7,500.00 .m 75,m0.m 60,000.m 32,Sm.00 t5,000.00 .00 r0,500.00 23,500.00 7,500.00 .m 75,000 00 60,000,00 27,500.00 10,m0.00 .00 l 1,025.00 25,(m0.00 25,000,00 .00 lLtar*etn[t roa6 - tri62"l50.m a]"76zis0m $1.812,375.m 971,000.00 150,000.00 442,m0.00 85,@0.00 cf)N cf) o Specbl fiens 5mf0 Sum,ncrEtEnts 5qXlt$01 lorm Seryis 55001r WintErEv€nts 550012 lce &e Dis@l,try Center S*aalE\e.a6 fobls aieat lnlencton afid n)NE Qelahns 56{ml tuOlE Rebtlors 560m2 RebaE AEnf htemct on dnd hrbbc Reldtions fobls EOENSE IOTATS sr,.165.600.00 $1,465.6{x}.00 tt,fi8,m0,00 120,750.00 55.000.00 120,750.00 55,m0.00 2m.000.00 55,fi)o.00 sr l.t:d Fund 0$) - l.larketlng & Spcclal Eycnts Fund Totals D(pENSE TOTAIS t4,733.875.00 $4,737,875.W t5.088,520.00 oo9 - Hark€tlng & Spectal EyenB Fund ToErs (ta,733,87L00) l$4,737.875.Wt (t5,088,520.00) o.Yo(5 o- OF t- I(o I Run by Marlanrp Rakowskr on l0l24l20l7 08:59:13 AM Page 67 of$ 887,250.00 887,250.00 150,000.00 r5{1,mo.00 343,350.00 3{3,350.00 85,000.m 85,000.00 TOWN OF sNOW,lAAss VflJ,AeE 6roup Sales Budget Summary Revenues over Expcnditures Appropriotions/Reserves of fhe Yeor End Canyovzr BE6INNTN6 CARRYOVER OPERATINo REYENUE5 OPERATTNG EXPENDITURES NET REVENUE ovan EXPENDITURES $ $ r.899,?23.22 $ 330.681.78 20t6 Actuol t,o3t,987.47 - END CARRYOVER i L,175,169.25 $ 2017 BUD6ET 832.383.47 $ 2077 REYIsED t.175.t69.25 $ r,887.99r.O0 $ 1,887.99Lm s $ (r.855,005.00) $ (r,88l,Oo5.oo) $ 32,986.00 $ 6.986.00 $ (im,ffi.@) i (roo.ooo.oo) $ 765,369.47 $ 1.082.155.25 $ 2018 PROPOSED 1.082,155.25 $ 2,041.512.00 $- $ (1,9,f0.690.00) i 100.822.00 $ 000.000.00) I 1,082p77.A eol6 Actuol Reserve (2017 = 15% I 20 18= 25%) Reserve tor 20l6/Expetld in ?Ol7 Funds Arniloble TOTAL.OTHER APPROPRIATION5/RESERVES $ $ $ t89,92?..32 26.000.00 959,?46.93 $ 1.175.169.25 zotT BUD6ET ?ot7 REVT5ED $ $ $ 283,198.65 $ 283,198.65 $ 48?,t70.82 $ 798.956.60 s 1.082,t55.25$ 765.369.47 cf)N (f) o o,$r 2018 PROPOSED $ 510.378.00 $ $ 572.599.?5 $ t,o8?,977.25 o) -Yo(5 TL OF f-r I(oO I r i GI? SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet RePoft Budget Year 2018 20U Adopted 2017 &rended Afrilint fbddi^n tund OIO - cmup Sales Fund REI'ENUE Taxes 401m3-04 Sahs Taxes - Lodglng ^tixdlancous407mr lnterert Income 4070t&Ol Coop Rdmbursemot {7056 Support for Gmups 1,860,991.01 1,860,991,00 2,000,512.00 f.l.rar i}/.r{t 5.000.00 1,000.00 21,000.00 5,m0.00 1,000.00 21.000.m r0,000.00 r.000,00 30,000.m ttsi€lt.,nttu5 foblt t27,m0.00 l2l,m0.00 t{1,000.m FUnd Fund o10 - Group Sales Fund To6ls REVENI'E TOTA6 010 - Group s.les Fund Totals REVENUEToTAIS Jt,887,991.0o $r,B8t99lJD-t2.oit,5t2.m tr,887,991.00 t1,887,9t r.00 t2,txl,sr2.m cf)N cf) boorr)r o).Yo(o o_oF l.- I Run by Marianne Rakourski on l0l24l20l7 07:37141 AM Page I of p Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2017 Adopted 2017 tunended ,OlA Flnr^.eAccourtAcrount ooscrirrion Fund 010 - Group Sales Fund E(PfNSE fu$onnel Sfrvces 50lOOl-01 Payro,l - Regular $lml-08 Payroll- Bonus 50fm2-01 Payroll Overtine Regular 501m3 Paymll BenefiE 50tm3-0l Payroll BenenB - Reoeation Ben€tit 501003-04 Paymll BenenB - Houslng Allowance 50tm3-06 Payroll Benenb - Retinment 501m3-08 Paymll BenrliE - ?.|€dicare 501m3-(l!} Paymll Benefits - Fica 50rm3-10 Payroll Benerits - Health lnsurance Sofm3-ll Paymll Benefrb - Seasoml lhatth Insurance 501m3-12 Payroll BeneRB - tlealth Relrnbursement 50fm3-t3 Paymll B€nefiB - Denfdl lnsurance 501m3-14 Pay|oI Ben€nB - Vision lnsunnce 501m3-15 paymll Bcne,iB - Sbndard - Ufe I AD& D 50rm3-16 Paroll BerEriB - Ggna - tife/AD&D 50fm3-f7 Pafo0 BerEriE - Oep€ndant Ufe 50fm3-18 Pay,oll BeneriB - l.!ng Te.m Disability 501m3-19 Payro[ B.neliE - Unemploymert Instrance 501m3-20 Payro[ Benenb - Workmans @mp 50tm3-21 Payrotr Berpfts - Tanble [Ife 501m4 TralnirE/ Reglstraions 50fm5 Trayal &I,le€Ung Expenses 756,55S.00 .m 25.000.m .00 7,988.00 .00 44,631,00 il,347.q) .00 232,017.00 .00 .m r,948.00 1,534.00 t,737.O0 .(x) 78.00 4,7S0.00 2,348.00 r.252.00 .00 1.000.00 85,000.00 756,555.00 .m 25,000.00 .00 7888.00 .00 44,631,00 I 1,347,00 .00 232,017.m .00 .u) 1,948.00 r,534.00 r,737,N .00 78.00 4,750.00 2,348.00 r,25L00 .o() r,mo.0o 85,000.00 739,088.00 .00 10,000.00 .00 8,228.00 .00 51,927.00 10,862.m .00 23t,240.00 .m .00 2,254.00 t,49r.00 3,926.00 .00 59.00 5,128.00 2,2c7,OO 823.00 .00 1,0100.00 99,000.m coN co o LOr ktgnnet sefrices farag htdtad*nices 502m1 Legal Fe€s Special Counsel 502m2 ConsuEant 502m3 contrdd Scrvice 502m4 Telephme 502m7-0f Mahtenanc8 AgreemenE - Copler 502m8-01 Repafs - Equlpment 502m&01 Mailin0 - Postage 502m9{3 MaIirE - Tradeshorr,i 5020!0-03 Utlities - Eiectic 5020t3{l Leased Equlpment - cophr 502017 Audit .(n .00 50,000.00 6,S00.00 .00 r,m0.00 2,o(x,.(x) 3,U)0.U) .m 9,m0.00 2,323.00 .m .00 50,000.00 6,500.00 .00 t.(xl(,.00 2.000.00 3,000.00 .00 9,m0.00 2,32300 .00 .00 40,000,00 6.500.00 2,500.00 1.000,00 2,0m.00 2,000.00 .00 2,mo.00 2,392.00 o) -:ao(o o- OF PurdDN Seryices Totdlt Run by Marianne Rakow*i on 10124[2017 08:59:13 AM ltJptJ.w $tJ.BaJ.W I56,J9r.rru Page 68 of S - Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Acount Acount Descriotion 2017 Mopted 2017 A,nendedEudoet &tdoet 2018 Finance SNOWMASS VILLAGE Fund 010-GroupSalesFund D(PENSE Oqera ti trg & t ta nl enance 503m1-02 Advertising - rob6 5{13m2 Dues, Memb€rshlrs,grbssipuorE 503{xl3 a.lEcetrancous 503m5-01 $pplies - ffike 503(xl7-01 &{ding tease paymenb - Rent 503m7-02 fuilding |.rase Paymentr - CAITIS 503m8{rr lnsrrance - Buildlng 5030&02 Insurance - \rehlde 5030fir-0t Vrhlde Bgenses- fuel 503txt9.02 Vehlde Er@nses - Oil $3ml03 Vehlch E.peises - PrrG & Swplt€s 503{XX}04 Vehkle 6<penses - Equbrmnt 503{119"06 Vehida Frpenscs- tabor 503027 Ofihe EqdFrent oLreftaag & l.latntenarce Totats Clpttal 507mf-20 Cash Purdases - Olhet Gpibl robb franlert Out 510055 TonrferouttoclP 510056 Tran{erart CERF .00 5,0oo.(xl 15,000.m 4,000.00 61,797.N .m .m .m 2m.00 .00 .00 .00 .m 3,s00.00 ,m 5,0m.00 15,m0.00 4,000,00 6t,797.& .m .m .00 ?00,00 .00 .00 ,00 .00 3JOO.00 .00 5,000.00 15,000.00 4,m0.00 55,325.00 .00 .00 .m 200.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 4,m0.00 (f)N cf) $80,497.00 $&,.497.00 183,s25.00 .m ,m ,00 NrO t0.00 tm,m0.0o .m t0.00 100,(x)0.00 .00 $0.00 1m,m0.00 ,00 Trans{ers Oui Totats ttm,mo.m l!00.000.00 $100,000.00 l,laileong 5sfit0t 550qlr-01 55qD9 5500r3 55001{-01 5500r{-02 5500r4-03 550015-0r 550015 02 55001103 550015-0{ 5500t6 5S00u r4,sm,00 .m .m .00 5,000.m 20,000.00 15,000.00 80,000.00 40,000.00 65,000.00 80,000.m r95,(m.m .m 14,500.m .00 .00 .00 3r,0(n.00 20,(x10,00 15,000.00 8{r.m0.00 40,0{n.m 65,0m.00 80,0m,00 195,000,00 .(x) 12500.00 .m .m .00 10,000.m 16,000,m r5,0m.00 75,0m.m 40,0m.00 60,0m.00 98,0m.m 300,m0.00 .m Adine grpport Alrline grpport - Delta Compeltre Aralysts Reseaah Survey Marketing - collatenl Marketlno - Irdosuy Print Ads ,tla*etng. Onhne Dl €ct Sahs - Tradeshor,E Direct Sales - Oient AnenitkgPremlums Diect Sales - Ohnt Enterbinm€nt Urect Sales - FAlrl Supgort for Groups One Trrne Expenses o) -Yoo(L OF Rm by Marianne Rakowski on rOlZ4lzOLT 08:59:13 AM $514.5m.00 $540,500^00 3631,5m.00 Page 69 of @ liar*eltog TolaE E(PENSE TOTAIS Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 f und 010 - Gmup Sahs Furd Trtrl, EOENSE TOTAI.S Fund o10 - Gmup Sales Fund Totals fl,955,005.00 tr,98r,005.00 12.040,690.00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE (fr,9ss,00s,00) ($r,98r,00s.m) (f2,040,6e0.00) coN (f) o colr) q) -Yo(o o_ C)F t-r I Rtn by Marianne Rako/vskaon L0l24l20l7 08:59:13 AM Page 70 dE TOWN OF sNOWrAAss VflJ-,AeE REOP Budge? Summary Revenues over Expenditures Appropniotions/Reserves of the Yeor End Corryover BE6INNIN6 CARR,YOVER, TIN6 REVENUE5 TING EXPENDITURES NET REVEiIIJE owr D@ENDITURES YEAR END CARRYOVER $ $ $ 29,t98.44 Actuol 15t,106,28 $ 53.092.16 $ (t0,0oo.00) $ 43.092.16 $ 5.t3o.oo $ $ (4.870.00) $ $ 26,348.28 i 74.328.4 (4,87O 7 $ 5,130.00 $ (10.000.00) $ 20t7 REVIsED 79,t98.44 BUD6ET 31,218.28 $ PROPOSED $ 74,328.44 $ 5,74o.0O $ (10,000.00) $ (4,260. 70,069.4 $ $ 2016 Acfuol Funds Avqiloble TOTAL. OTHER APPROPEIATIONS/RESERVE5 $ 79,198.44 $ 79,198.4 2077 Bup6ET ?ot7 RET/ISED I 26,348.28 $ 74,328.44 $ ?6,348."8 $ 74,3?8.4 C9N co o\t rr) 20r8 PROPO5ED $ 70,&8.4 o.Yoo o_ ()F N I(oO Ir OUT- $ 70.068..44 Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Ardrnt Amunt De(rlrtffi 2017 Adopted 2017 Arnended Bu&€tBodaFt 2018 Finance fund 0U' Renewable EnergyOflsct REVENUE Oraryes Ior Scni,ce 40402, Rencwatle Energyofret 5,000.00 s,fil(}.m 5,000.00 Charyes lor fufiia rodb t5,0m,00 130.00 t5,000.m 130.m $5,000.00 740.00 n4@lleneous 407001 InteEst lnsrne $r30.00 $130.00 $/iru,wM*llaneoas foals RA'ENUE TOTAI-S 011 - nen€urable Energy Offret Tobls RR/ENUE TOTAIS 011 - Renewable Energy Oflsct Totilg 55,/{o,uJ $5,130.00 $5,130.00 $5,740.00 15,130.m 55,130.m lun{l [ [nt,',5,130.00 ts,l30.m $5,740.m C9N (f) o lolr)r o.Yoo(L oF t- I Run by Marianne Rakowskr $ $n4l2OL7 07:37:41 AM Pqe r0 of ljf Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Amrrnt tuddi^n 2017 Mopted 20t7 Arflendedturtul tu6o|TOlR Finan.P Fund 011 - Rcnelvable Ercrgy Otfset ootNsE tudasedScmces 502003 Conrartsarvlce .00 .00 .00 Purchasi *rvces Totnb s0.00 10,000.m $0.q) 10,0q).m ___Tom- t0,0m.m @mting & lia,ntenane 503003 Miscellaneous Tanlen Out 5t{x}55 Transfer Out to OP ONeUne & Nah:trnafice fofib $10@r - tro;ooo.oo--fmmr .00 .00.00 ftansfE6 Out Tolab E(PEI{SE TOTAI.S fund Ol1 - Rcnewabl€ Energy Otr'€tTotals OO€I{SETOTALS Fund 0U - Renewab,e Energ|, Offset Tolals $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $lo,mo.00 ($10,000.00) (tr0,m0.0o) ($10,000.00)N(o o (o ro C) -Yo(o o_ OFt-r Run by Marianne Rakowsk on 10/2412017 08:59:14 AM Page 7l of9[ TOWN OF SNOWAAASS VILLAGE POST Fund Budget Summory Revenues over Expendifures Apprropriotions/Reserves of the Yeor End Cornyover zol6 Actuol Funds Avoilqble TOTAL.OTHER APPROPRIATTONS/R,ESERVE5 $ $ CON ca o l-ror zo77 BUD6ET 2017 REVISED $$ $$ 2018 PROPOsED $ $ o -Yo(5 o- ()F l-r I(oo I-r 2016 Actuol BE6INNIN6 CARRYOVER $ OPERATING REVENUES $ $OPERATING EXPENDITURES NET REVENUE over D0ENDITURES $ ,$ YEAR END CARRYOVER ?ot7 BUD6ET 2017 REWsED $$ $ $ $ 156.641.00 $ (156.641.00) $ $ $ $ 2018 PROPoSJED $ $ 111,468.00 $ (1u,468.0o) $- $ I Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLA E Arnrmt 2017 Adopted 20t7 turendad &rd@t 2O1B Finan.p fund 012 - POSIGrant REI/EM,,E I n t ergow n n, etil a I R e ven w 402@5.09 Grant* FOSf Grant Polke lntergotet fiErrta| Rcvenue Tolab REVENT.iE TOTAIS .00 156,64 r.00 r u,46S.00 t0,(xl ll)b,o/u.w $rll,.lbu,w t0.00 sl5b,Hr.rrJ $ll t,{64.(x} Fund Fund O12 - POST Gnnt Totals REVtNrf TOrAIS 012 - POST G.nnt Totals $0.00 1156,64r,00 s1u,468.00 $0.00 tr56,a{1.00 tr r 1,468.00 cf)Nc) o @ro o -\zo(5 o_ C)F r-- Run by Marianne Rakovrskr on l0l24l21l7 07137141 AM Page lr of rf Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWM Atroilnt A.milnt f)psirlim 2017 Adopted &daet 2017 Arnended Budaet 2018-finaoee fund 012 - POST Grant D(PENsE l0STG6tlt 565m1 POSTTrainlng 565ull-01 KfirvMaqa 565m1-01 Grsrs lntewention 565m1-03 AR ls/M 16 Arnorer 565m1-04 PPCT Arrest Control 565m1-05 t{fn Spanlsh l(ryrerslon 565001-06 CommunityOrlenEdPolicing 565m1-07 High Countsy teadership 565m1-08 FrO 565m1 (B [,ornesuc Yrolence 565m1-10 Armor Yours€lt 565001-ll Practical Search & Sierure 565001-12 SurvMnO Verbal Conlllct 565001-13 Orivlng Shlls lnruuctor 555001-14 BasacAcorhntlnvesti0abons 565001-15 Winter Driving 565001-16 t .<Lethal InSructr 565001-17 Crlsshterventiln 565{Dl.t8 ARTOE 565m1-19 NHTSA SrSTTalner 565002 PoSTSchohnhlps 565m3 Po* Grant Co(ltract SeNice 56Sm4 Post EqulDmeot 565005 Po6t Grant Hanagement cf)N cr) o o)rO .00 .00 .(x) .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .m .m .m .m .m .00 .m .00 2t,624.00 27s0.00 1e490.00 u,l00.m .00 .00 9,800.00 5,896.00 .00 3.t50.00 8,700.00 8,600.00 .00 .00 24,fi5.00 .00 6,(m0.00 .00 20,000.00 I 1,657.00 .00 5,829.00 .00 21,000.fi) .00 .(n .00 .00 3,816.00 3.914.00 5,550.00 .00 3,204.00 ,00 .00 .00 1,500.00 9,375.00 .00 2r,624.00 6,000.(x, 12,000,(a .00 I 1,657.00 6,000.00 5,828.00 t0.0o t 156,641.00 tl I t,{bar,uJ Fund Fund lDSThnt TobE DOE'{SE TOTAIS O12 - POST 6rant Totals Dof$sE ToTAlS 012 - POST Grant Totals $0.00 t156,641.0o lr r !.4bu.w $0.00 t156,641.m tul,468.oo $0.00 ($156,641.00) ($rll,,t68.oo) Q).Yo(5 o_ ()F Nr I Rtxr by Marianne Rakowskr on 10124120L7 08i59:14 AM Page 72 of 9E TOWN OF sNOW,lAAss VILLAGE Capitol Equipment Reserve Fund Revcnues oven Expenditures Appropnlotions/Reserrrcs of the Yeor End "ot6Actuol BE6INNIN6 CARRYOVER $ OPERATING REVENUES $ l.300,ooo.o0 $ (e6r.565.41)OPERATING EXPENDITURES NET REVENUE ovcr OOENDITURES $ i 1.O38,434.59 YEAR END CARRYOVER 1.O38.434.59 $ ?o17 BUD6ET 1,005,988.00 $ 2017 REYISED 1.o38,434.59 $ 2.000,000.00 $ 2,000.000.00 $ (?,057922.00) $ (2.O57,9??.OOI (s7p22.@) i (s7,922.0o) 948.066.00 $ 98O.512.59 $ $ $ 2018 PROPO5ED 980.512.59 $ t,520,00o.00 $ (422.921.00) $ $ t,o97,o79.00 2,OT7,59t.59 Rett Fund Reserrye-Porls ond Troils Rstt Fund Reserre-Pool ond Rcc Rett Fund Rcscrve-Trqnsportotion Rood Fund Reserrye TOTAL.OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVE5 20t6 Actuol $297,801.80 $4,578.89 $5,0m.00 $546,953.90 $184.1m.00 $1.038.434.59 Fund Rcserae ?ol7 BUD6ET $394,865.00 ($8,310.00) $10,000.00 $414.321.00 $137.190.00 $948.066.00 2017 RET4ISED $393,459.80 ($76r.ll) $r0.o00.00 $418,686.90 $r59.127.00 1980,sl2.59 (f)N CO oo(o r 2018 PROPOSED $48r.036.80 $29.238,89 $15,000.00 $1,043,188.90 $509.t27.oo $2,077,591.59 q)Lo(5 o_ OF l-r I(oo I Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 MASS VILLAGES Ahrrnt tusndim 2017Adopred 2017Amendednrtu.! tu rLld ,018 Flnan.p 700,000.00 7m,000.00 100.u,0.00 Fund 056 - Capital Equipmcnt Resarve Flnd REVEI{UE lnteryowmme nla I Re te n ue 402005-& CinnG - FfA/state Grants ln t $gove m ttwnla I rleven u e Totalt Tlan{er In fmm Otltt funds 408001 Tran$er In Genenl 40800601 Trmder In RETT - hrt(s and Traib .(Ed)ts02 Trander ln RETr - tud and Recre.tbo {m(Il603 Tran{er ln RETT - Transponauoo 4ogn7 Tran$er ln Rord Tran{er In Fom Ot er Funds Toldb REVENUE TOTAI.5 Fund 056 - Capltal Equlpment Res€rvc Fund Totals REVEilUC TOTAS Fund 056 - Capital Equlpment Rererve Fund Totals s700.000.m $700,000.00 t100,000.00 3:10,m0.00 30,000.00 5,000.00 585,000.00 350,(m.00 330,@0.00 30,(x)0.m 5,000.00 585,m0.00 350,000.00 330,000.00 30m0.00 5,000,00 705,m0.00 350,m0.fl) t1,300,000.00 f r,3m,fi)o.oo tlrzo,mo,oo 12,{rc0,000.00 12,000,m0,00 t1,520,m0.00 o (o r c)L(J (o o_ C)Ft- Run by Marianne Rakowskr on tOl2AllOlT 07:37:41 AM Page la of p cf)N $2,{X'0,000.00 t},000,m0.00 $1,520,000.00 Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 MASS VILLAGESNO Arrnunt Arrouni Dp(ri:tnn 2017 Mopted Budret 2017 Amended Budoet 2018 Flnance Fufld 056 - Capital Equipment Re3erre Fund D(PTNSg Capttal 507m4 OpiblTorYn O.rl 507006 captbl Corurunlty Developm€nt 507Wt capfial tublic Safety 507m8 CapiblTransporbtbfl 50zxl9-ll capibl Parks & Recreatlon - Parks and TraiB CERF 50700912 CadEll Parks & Re(r8atlon - pool and Rec CERF 5{17010 Gpltal Fadlrty I'lmagerEntg,70tl Capbl Road 507012 capibl Solid Waste 507013 CapiEl Sttop 507016 captbl Putlk wo(ks Admn 507019 Caplhl lrlarkoung Captat fc'n* DO€NsE TOTAI.S Fund 056 - Capltal Equlpmcnt Rereile Fund Totals .00 .00 .00 1,4!3,267.m 35,340.00 .q) .00 374,973.o0 234,342.00 .m .m .00 ,m .00 .m r.4r3,267.m 35,310.00 .m .m 374,971.fi 2Y,3/.z,N .m .m .m cf) r80,498.00 242,421.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .m .00 D(PENSE TOTATS t2,057,922.00 12,0fl,9a.W $422,921.00 N(o aund OlG . CaDlLl Gqolr.ndt axm rund roOB I 0).Yo(o o_ OF l-r I(o Run by Marianne Rakowski on LOl24l2Ot7 08t59:14 AM Page 78 of$ TOWN OF 5NOWiAA55 VILLAoE Ccpitol Improvement Projects Fund Ravenuss over Expenditures Appropriotions/Resenves of the Yeon End Carryover BEGINNIM CARRYOVER Actuol $ $ 4,902,315.00 i ,,479,790.?4 s t,479.7m.24 OPER^TIM EXPENDITURE5 TIl\16 REVENUE5 NET REVEMJE ovce D0ENDITURES YEAR END cARRYOVER $ ?ot7 BUp6El 3,600.00 $ zot7 REVI.SED t.479.794.24 $ 4,U0,300.00 $ 4,[0.300.00 s (4.1r0.30o.0o) $ (5,546,202.00) $ - $ (1.435.902.00) $ s.600.0o $ 43.888.24 $ PROPOSED 43.888.e4 $ 2,754,500.00 $ $/t3,888.24 coN ce o cf)(o r 2018 PROPOSED $43.888.24 $0.00 $0.0o to.oo $0.00 s0.@ s43,888.24 $0.00 $43.888.24 o.Y() (U o_ (JFr- I(oo I 6qcrol Fund RfiT Fund REOP Fsnd lhuJng Fund 6rcup Sol:s Fmd llork:?ingy'Speciol Evcnts Fund 20t6 Actuol $616,291.(x) $233,465.00 $72,6?4.ffi i226,?85.@ $143,6r8.50 $143.618.50 $r,435,9O2.0OSub-totol Funds Avoiloble TOTAL.OTHER APPROPRTATIONS/RESERVES $ 43,888.24 st,479.7W.?4 $$ 20t7 gUQEET $3.6@.00 $o.00 $0.0o $0.0o $0.00 10.00 i3.600.oo 20t7 RA/ISED $43,888.24 $o.oo $o.00 io.o0 $o00 $o.00 $43.888.24 o.oo $3.6oo.m $43.888.24 Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLA E ACCOUNT A{rount Descflrr:on 2017 AdoDted Budoet 20U tuiended tldoet 20t'8'Eronce Fund 055 - Capital Impmvement program REVEI{UE Coniihrtnni {06008 Eorc CdrOibu1ofls Totab Transler ln fuom Ollr.Y Funds 4{Hn! Trander ln Genlral 408006 Tr.nsfer ln RETT 4(Hn7 Tr.nsfer ln Ro.d 4{Hn8 Tander ln Erore 4{Utr9 TnnSernl{adetilp 4{mt0 T.arder In Group Sihs 4{Hl5O TrarEfer In tlotdng,l{Hl6l Transfer In Momtah vreu Tmndet h frun Olher fuMs Tota$ RA/ENUETOTAIS .m 892,800.00 167.500,00 .00 400.000.00 100,000.00 r00,000.00 8(x),000.00 1,650,0(x).m .q) 892,U10.00 167,5m.00 .m 4m,mo.00 r00,m0.00 t00,m0.m 800,m0.00 1,650,0m.m 596.500.00 824,t00.00 533.900.00 ,m r00,m0.00 100,m0.00 450.m0.00 .00 cf) oFund 055 . Capltal Imp.ovement Program Totalg RA'ENUE IIITAIS Fund O55 - Caplt l Improvement Program Totah $4,110,300.00 $4.u0,300.00 12,754,s00.00 r c) -Yo(o o- ()F t-r Run by Marianne Rakoiflski on f024/20f7 07:37:41 AM Page 13 of I Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 LLAGE Actount Acrount oeafiotror 2017 Adopted 2017 Arnended l1lrrloet &r,trt 2018 Finance Fund 055 - Capltal Improyement Program Do$lSE Cart6l 507020 capirtlooer 5O70Z|I99 Gpibl frie, - Prir Year ProrecB 507021 Capibl P;oJecE Hard Cosb $7021.01 C.plbl Prctscts Hard CosE - Development Charges 507021-02 Aplbl Pmjccts Hard CosE - Sits Cmsrudion 507021-03 OpiEl PmJeds Had Gsts - Contlngencl 507022 Gpibl Prorects Sott Costs 507022-01 Cnpiurl ProJects Soft Costs - ConsulhnB 507022-02 Capibl Pmjects SoIt C6ts . Othe. Colts ROI 507022-03 Capibl ProJecS Sort Costs - Owners Rep 507022-(H Capibl Pro.lscts Sort CosE - trtiscellaneous .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 ,m .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 ,00 ,00 .00 ,m .00 .00 .m .m .m .q) .00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 Cngtal Totab $0.00 $0.00 72,4&{.00 t0.00 Depa(mant Drvrston Cnptal 57tm1 57t(nz s7r003 71 - Facilitlej 50 - GenEral Goeernment .m ,00 .00 .m .m .m .00 .00 cr,N ca o r()(o r Divrsion Caprtal 57t4/,J2 571.m3 57r405 57t.m6 571408 MB& Pmjed ttla*eury Reronftgu ratlon Im pIovements Town Ha[ Parking Erpanslon capital Taldts Dvslon 50 - G€rreral coyernment Totals 52 - Transportatlon and Fleet TorYn Pa* S&ltion ConcreE Project ila[ - RFTA Depot Parcel C Restrmrn Reparr & Remnrlel Pl€adow Randl Bus sto, Project Daly trne Depot Roof Cnfital Totab Drv&an 52 - Transportauon and Fleet ToBls 53 - Cultural and Rccreatlonal s0,000.00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 $0.00 .m .00 .00 .00 17,500.00 t20,931.m .(x) .m 137,5m.00 17,5ql.m Oivrsron Capttnl 57r508 o.m .00 200,{n0.00 -Y (I REC Cent€r - Pool RehEbiluatlon Artral rorab Djvrsjon 53 - Cultural and Recreatlonat TOEats De0orimcnt 71 - Faclllues Totals F T\ Run by Marianne Rakoyrsli on lOl24l20l7 08:59:14 AM $17,500.00 t348,415.00 t25o,om.(x) Page 7a ofF Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Amrmt Arount oa{andalon 2017 Mopted &rdq€t 2017 Amended BUdQ(!2018 Finance 150,m0.00 r01,m0.00 .q) .m 18,0(m.00 1260.000.00 tz8o,63l.m t269,00.00 $250,000.m t280 63r.fl)trlo9,txrJ.w r50,m0.00 .00 .00 rr0,m0.00 150,000.00 5,000.00 .m 125,631,00 .00 .00 Fund O55 - Capital Improvamcnt Program D(PEI{SE Department 72 - Land and Land ImprDvements Olvsron 55 - Parks and Trall5 aNat 572m0 Hard SurfacE Trail ImprovernnB 572m4 Sonba[ Fbld Rededgn 572m5 Ice RInh nebcathn 572m7 Town Park Statirn Porld.Orru€t ShEture Improvements 5'l2O l{ Skltepa,* Repalrs apttarToatt Drvrsron 55 - Park ard Trall3 Totals Department 72 - L.nd and Land lmpmwments ToEls Deoa(ment 73 - Roadr Oivisior 56 - Streetrcape Gptbt 573002 Gtradnlt Relphcement Prcgram 578003 lledlan l,nDrDvernents Capilal Tolals Dtvr:tgn 56 . Stre€3'cr,€ Tolals Divrsron 57 - Street Impmv€ments Capta! 573200 Bndl Geewood Road Inter$cton lflUrcvemenE 573201 l]rush ffi/Ord c'eeft Road lntersecion Inpovemenls Ca{ilal Totdlt liry " tn 57 - Strect Improvemcntr Tclll. L 11 rn 58 - ltlulu ModauAlternatlvr t{obllity $260,q!0.m t280,63r,00 $269,qt0.tx] .00 .00 34,895.00 .00 25,o{rc.00 (oN cf) o (r).00 $0.00 134,8fI5.00 $25,m0.00 $0.00 t14,895.00 t25,000.00 .00 .00 300,000.00 .00.00 .m Capildl s73600 57360r 573604 573506 573fi7 5736!0 5736t7 Way nndhg ggn Program Falnvay 3 Bike path Restoration Prolect lhrd tufae Trail lmplovements wood 8o@e MainEnancenJpgrades Tnil Way Finding Pro$-.m Brush Glek Road Crosslng rmprwements Btush &eek Road Pedestnan lmprorrements-Sindak Road lntersect Brush CrEek Road Pedesbl& lmpmwments-Town Pa,k .00 128,203.00 38,113,m .00 .m 75,0@.d) 25,0@.m 90,00o.m o.Yo G o- 25,000.00 2s,000,00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 ,00 .m .00 .00 ,00 25,000.00 5736r8 Run by Marianne Rakowslti on lOlZ4lZOLT 08159: 14 AM 90,000.00 .00 Page 75 of i[ SEltjon L I cn Captal Totrls 58 - Msltl Modal/Altcrnatlve l,lobulty Totals Dcpanment 73 -noadsTotaig r SNO S VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Atrount Aarnunt DP(rririi{m 2017 Adopted Elldsrt 2017 tunendd &rlet 2ql0 Enanle 42,800.00 .00 .00 .00 72,674.W.00 .00 .00 .00 42,800.00 .00 .m 49r,m0,00 593,m0.00 25,{m.0o t4z,ulu,{x,$rr5,{z{.u,$t.tu1,,ur0.rx, (Y) N(o .00 .00 35,000.00 30.00 $0.00 $35,(x)0.00 , und O55 - Crpital lmproyement Program D(PEIISE Deparlmcnt ,4 - Uulities Dv6mn 61 - Utilitles bpital 57{m0 MB& S.ror$n€lt lmphm€nbtbn De$gn 57,m1 $omelt B\r GnEob ProJect 574N2 gro$mtclt Lot 2 80[€' Replacement Prored 574m1 Snormelt P.rcel C Boihr Redacemmt PmJect 574@7 UpperTowr Hall Entry.nd LhhB Ca?ilal lolal, Drvrirolr 51 - Utililler Totals L)€partm(nt 7a . utllltlls Totals DeDartne 't 75 - Stormwrtcr and Dralnaoc Dtvlslon 62 - StDrmwater and Dralnage Capttal 575m0 Sto,mwater and Drlinaqe Ci,pilal fobb J[,sr:,rr 62 - Stormwater and Oralnaoe lolih Depnrlment 75 - Stormwater and Drainage ToEls De!{rlment 76 - Strate{ac Planning Div6ton 64 - Ptanning and Coosulting Coprbl 576100 C.ommurlty Plan Update 576102 Pa*s, Open Space, Trails and Rec Ma6ter Plan FOSTR 576103 Commurlty Cernecbvity Plan 576104 EntlYyay (Phase III) Planning Pmject Caqilal Totdls Oiyision 64 - Phnning.nd ConrulUng Tobls Depa(ment 76 - Strateglc Plrnnlng TofaE Depnrtment 77 - Communicatlonr and Technology Divisron 69 - Communications and Technology Gpital 577(x)0 Pafiing Lot Permiting SFtem ,nW GIS Systems EnhancerrE rt 5nW3 Entsrprlse Cmtent Managernert -tdefidre 5nN4 Nehiloil Obling EnhancemenB STWG Munldpal Fiber Netlrort or Wftless Medr 5n0o7 Cqrndl O|ambe's ail, Meet,ng Room Av t0.fi)s0.00 $35,m0.00 $0,00 s205,3r3.0o t10,000.00 $0.00 $20s,313.00 l3o.mo.oo t0.00 t205,3r3.00 $30,m{,.00 .m .00 .00 24,035,00 25,(m.m .15,135.00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 175,313.00 .00 .00 30,ooo.oo30,un.00 oYo(o o- OF |,-r I .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 25,m0.m Run by Marianne Rakourskr on l0l24l20l7 08:59:14 AM .00 Pase 76of$ Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 2or7 adot d 2017 lMd.drdu* rddoIdb llfr.t Ilrddt 2olaar!tr fm., o5ti - a.pbl !6!.0.oat tFrr.D D(PEN5E Department 77 - Communa@tion5 and Technology Divl5ion 59 - Communlcatlons and Technology aPtal 577008 800 Mhz Radio Sy6Em Captdl Totals Diyislon 69 - Communication3 and Technoloqy ToE:s Oepa(ment 7, - Communlcatlons and Technology Totals Deparment 78 - Houring Diusion 65 - Houslng PmJects Aptbl 578{m Crleksi.l€ exErlor horho .tno,atlons 578m2 Bru$ Creek & Palsades- BulHhg Reoomuons 578007 Houslng Opportuniths/ Rodeo Homes 600,m0.00 600,m0.00 .00 s625,(m.00 t594,170.00 $o.ff) t625,(m.00 l694,t7o.oo $o.oo $625,000.00 t694,rrc.00 $0,00 .00 .00 .m .m 226.285.00 .00 2,850,m0.00 2,850,0@.00 4gl,(no.fl)(f) a\t NOWMASS VILLAGE Deparunent D ugon Capital s79ml sTt{J,JZ Aptal lotdts Drvrsion 65 - Hou3ang P.ojccts Totats Departmeo: 78 - Hourlng Totalg 79 - (Xh€r CIP 66 - Solld Waste Solid W.ste l"lanagerrEnt Phn Tovrn tlallTn$Aecyd€ Dumpcter $ed Gptlal Totdls Drvrsron 66 - SolH Waste Totials 70 - Snowmass Iourism s2,850,m0.00 $3,076,285.00 t{50,0m.m co .00 20,000.00 .m .00 36"500.00 t0.00 f20,m0.00 tr5,500.00 $0.00 120,000.00 $3,6,500.00 2m,m0.00 414.753.00 2m,m0.00 r .00 D'v,', r.n Capltal 579300 s200,0m.m $t.r,753.0o $200,000.00 Snowmass TouGm Product Enhancemenl Capttdl Toals DrvBlon 70 - SnowmassTourBm Totats De}rrtment 79 - Oth€r CIP Totals EOENSE TOTAS $200,000.00 $414,753.00 t2m,u10.00 s200,(m.ffi 743q,753.W 9216"500.q] fund FUnd O55 - Capital Improvement program TofaB EOEI{SE TOTAS 055' Clpital I mprorement Program Totals t4,lt0,rJ0,0o t5.54b.zuz.w sr,/54.5{xr.rx, i4,110,300.00 t5,546,202.00 12,754.500.00 -9 (U o- OF T\r I @ I Run by Marianne Rakowsh on 10/24/2017 08159:14 AM Page 77 of $ TOWN OF sNOWl Ass VflLAOe Horsitg Fund Budget Summory Revenu€s over Expenditures Appropriotions/Reseryes of thc Yeor End Corryover BE6INNIN6 CARR,YOVER NET REVENUE oveT EXPENDITURES 672.1O3.10 YEAR END CARRYOVER,r,199,6m.20 $ $ $ $ s $ $ $ DEET sEPVICE 1.360.970 68 (688,867 Reserves Used out-CIP Actuoi 1,388,057.10 TIl\16 REVENUES TING EXPENDITURES $ ?ot7 Bgp6ET 1,135.059.10 $ ?o17 REYISED 1,199.600.20 $ $ $ r.376,74000 $ (773.702,00) $ -$ 1,376.740.OO (773,7O2.OA) $ $ $ $ $ 603,038.00 $ 603.038.00 $ $ $ $ (800,0m.0o)(80o,00o.0o) 938,O97.10 1,002.638.20 $ 2018 PROPOSED r,@2,638.20 $ $ 3 1.405.620.OO (864.e43.00) $ s $ $ $ 54t,377.@ (24.465.00) (450,000.00) 1.069.550.20 Actnol Coprtol Reserve Fund EnergencylContrngency Fund (16% of Revenues) Funds Avoihble AL.OTHER APPROPRIATION5/RE5ERVES $ 1,199.600.20 2017 20t7 REVISEDBUD6ET f 938.@7.10 $ I.OOZ.538.2O 2018 PROPO5ED $ $ $ 434.380.00 ??4,899.20 410,271.00 $ 1,069.550.20 (f) N cf) o O)(o r o).Y()o(L OF N-I(oo I $ 374,608.00 $ ?t7.7553t $ 607,236:89 $ 411.685.00 $ 411,685,00 $ 220,278.40 $ ??O,278.4O $ 306.133.79 $ 370,674.80 VILLAGESNOWMA-SS Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Acrount Account Descriollon 2017 Adopaed 2017 Amended &d{r€t 2018 Finance furr, 060 - llousing Fund REVENUE f.tiscellaneous 407mf lnte,est Imomei107003 Miscellaneous lndre {07050 t-abor I'tahnalSupplEs 407051 late Fees {07052 Laundry 40705j Apdica0on Fees 407otl Rosah F(ts {07055 Pa*.lng Fees 6,000.00 800.m t,{x)0.00 t,2(x).00 13.300.00 2,200.00 3,000.00 1,m0.00 6,000.00 800.fi) r,000.00 1,200.00 r3,300.@ 2,200.00 3,000.00 r,000.00 10,000.m 8m.00 r,mo.(x) r,200,00 12,800.00 2,500.00 3,0@.00 1,000.00 Rentdl ln(onlt 4llmf-01 Rent - Bndr Oe?k 4tlml-02 Rent - GEeksrde 4llml.03 Rent - Pa'rsades 4llml-(H Rent - villas Norrh 4ll00l-05 Rent - vacancy Factor t'tisctlidneaut Tatals i28,500.0o $28,500,00 t32,300.00 t75,m0.00 175,080,00 178,t40.00 565,880.00 566,880.00 52,560.00 x8,100.00 248,100,00 253,.H0.00 361,680.00 35r,580.00 367,680.00 F (3,soo.oo) (3,5@.oo) (3,s00.00) o cf)N cf) I'urit: I und Rentdl lname fobb REVENUE TUTfl.s 060 - Housing Fund To&ols REVENUE T TAIS o5O - Houslng Fund Totalg il.376,740.00 il,376.740.00 f t,405,620.00 o-Yo(! o_ OF l'-r Run by Maianne Rakowskr ut l0la4l20fl 47f7'31 t+14 Palp 15 of E $1,376,7{0.00 t1,375,740.00 tr,405,520,00 $,376,740.00 tr,375,740.00 $,405,620.00 SNOW AGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2017 Adopted 2017 tunended Aamunt &rdoet BUdqFt 2018 Finance Fund O6O - Housing Fund DOE'{s8 l\rgnnel S?NCes 501001-01 Payro{ - Regular 501001-05 Paymfl - Receptlonist 50t00f.$ Pafo[ - Snorrremoval 50t001-07 Payroll - GmuMskeeper 501002-01 Payroll Overtim Regrlar 501003 Payroll B€nelils 50t003-0f payrol SenenB - Reoeauon 8€n€fit 501003-(E Paymll EanefiE " Reticment 501003-{B Payro$ EenenE - Medrcarc 501003-{Xl Payml Benetits' Fica 501003-10 Payml B€netits - lkal& Insurane 501003 tl Payrofl Benents - Seasonal Health losurancc 501m3-12 Paym{ Benelits - Heaf$ Reimhrrsement 501003-13 Payroll SeneliB - Dental lnsurance 5llt003-14 Payml Eeneflts - ylgion Insuratce 501003-15 Paymll BenefiB - Surndard - tife / AD& D 501003-16 Payml Berierib. Ogm - Ute/AD&D S01{D3-17 Payro[ B€rEtits - Dependant llfe 501003-18 Payo! BenefiB - tom Tertn OBability 501m3-f9 P.ymll Benehts - t nemployment ln$rance 501m3-20 Payrcll Bcnefits - Work nans Crmp 501m3.21 PayIoll Benents - TrEbh Ufe 501m4 TrahlrE/ ReqGrrauons 50fm5 T6vel & Meeung Erpenses 237,79t.fi 46,81r.00 5,279.m 10,565.00 2,500.m .m 5,006.00 t9,t20.00 2,289.00 2,032.00 t:10,743.m 3,84r.00 .m t,155.00 910.m 907.m .00 43.00 2,244,fi 9t4.m 4,571.00 .00 8m.m 450.m 737,n1.@ 46,811.00 5,279.q) r0,565,00 2,500.00 .00 5,(x)6.00 19,r20.00 2,289.00 2,032.00 r30,743.00 3,841,00 .00 r,rs6.00 9r0.00 907,00 .{x) 43.00 2,244.@ 914.00 4,571.fi) .00 800.(B 450.00 2lo,687.00 48,679.00 5,240.00 u,010.00 2,5q).00 .00 5,156.00 22.259.m 2.335,00 2,095,00 t43,8!rc.m 4,144.00 .00 1,262.00 885.00 1.864.00 .00 50.00 2,428.00 927.m 3,946.00 .00 800.m 450.00 coN CY) o rt- futeonel SeMicesTobls 1477,972.fi 747?,gTt.fi Svxr,ur/.tx) kidnsed *tutfi:s 502mf l€gal Fees Spedal Counsel 502m3 Codract SeMce 502m3-04 Cortract SeMce - Fire Extingui*er l,hhEnance 502003-05 Corkact SeMce - Back hu Test & MalnterEnce 502m3-06 Contract s€Mcr - Boller lnspecllms Oeaning 5021I$ Tehphone 502m601 Brildlno r'lainEnance - Genenl S02m6-06 &rlldlng MalaEnance - Grpet Labor 502m607 EulHrng MalnEnance - Orpet Oeantnq 502qr608 Buildlng l,lalnEnance - Orapery Cl€aning 50200G01) Buildlng I'latntrnance - Fo.ml6 Repairsg)200610 Eujlding l.laintsnance - Paintiog .m t4,t80,m t,0@.00 !,300.00 6m.m 1,150.00 5m.q) 6,000.00 2,r00.00 150.00 350.00 .m ,00 14,t80.q) r,m0.00 r,300.00 6,00.m 1,150.00 500,00 6,000.00 2,100.00 150.00 350.00 .00 .00 64,180.m 1,100.00 t,300.00 600.m sm.00 5m.00 6,000.00 2,100.00 150.m 350.00 .00 o.Y(J (5 (L OF l- Run by Marianne Rakomlti on l0l24l20l7 08:59:t4 AM PagE 79 of € Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Atrount Account pesmtra,.|ojr, 20lTAdopted 20tTAmendedgudoet Budoel 2018 Finail.e SNOWMASS VILLAGE fund 0$0 - Housing Fund O(PENSE h).clrased *ruces 502007-01 lrtalnEnancE Agirp€m€nts - Co0ier 502$&0t Repairs - Equipment 502008-02 RepaiE - Vehlcles 50200&03 Repalrs-Radlos 502fl!901 l,,la[rq - Posbge 502qp02 I'tallhg - frebht & Slipping 502010 Wliues 502010.01 tftixues - water & Sanitation 50201S02 t,tlities - Gas 5020t1o3 uulldes-Ehcrt 502010-04 Uuliues - Tnstr 502013{l Leased Equipment - Gpie] 502017 Audlt 50202I Professlonal Servkes 502tP4 weed Contsolqr2028 BanvT,ustee Fecs 502029 Acrounung & Mmroistrative Fee 310.m .00 2,000.00 .00 2s.00 25.00 .00 72,800.m 22,800.00 t4,322.ffi 22,000.00 975.m 4,215.00 2,200.00 4m.m 660.00 14,585.00 310.00 .00 2,000.00 .00 25.00 25.00 .00 72,800.00 22,800.00 r4,322.00 22,000.00 975.m 4,215.00 2,200.00 {00,00 6160.m 14,685,00 3t0.00 .00 1,500.00 3m.m 2s.m 25.00 .00 74,984.00 20500.m 14,322.m 23,0@.00 950,00 4,34t,(x' 2,?00.00 400.00 660.m !5.r25.00 cf)N(o o Nt-r Arrchad Serices 7os71s Opralng I tlakleflance 503m1{? 503001-05 s03002 503003 s03(n4 50300s.0r 503mH)2 503005-03 503005s 503005-r2 s03m5.2t 503m5-22 503005-23 503005-24 503m5-25 503{x)5.26 503005-27 503$6 503008-01 .00 3,4U).00 50.00 200.m 175.m 8{D.00 r,q,0.00 900.m 600.00 500.00 9,m0.00 8,500.00 2,200.m 1,200.00 t75.00 650.(x) 250.m 2200.00 47,737.W .00 3,,100.00 50.00 200.00 175.00 800.00 t,000.00 qn00 6(x).00 500.00 9,m0.00 8,500.00 e,200.00 1.200.00 175.00 650.00 250.00 2,200.00 47,737,N .00 1,400.00 50.00 200.m 175,m 8m.m 1,000,00 9m.00 6m.m 5(x),00 9,000,00 8,5m.00 2,200.00 1,200,00 t75.m 650.00 250.(x) 2rS00.00 43,597.tX) Mwltlri.ro- Job6 AdlrBltsing - Oller Dues, Membershlps, Subccnpthns Misaellaneort PrhU.U Supplles offrce Supdies - Euilding Supptes - Oeanlng grpdles - Toots slrpDller - lrndscaplng $pplies - Grpet Srrppl1e5 - Malntenance grpplies - Pilnung S{rpplles - Plu,nHng Supplies - taundry fuppliec - Appllane Parts 9rDplis - SHins Equlpment lnsurnnce - Buildhg o.Y(J(! o_ (JF f-r I(o Run by Marianne Rakowski ofi l0lZ4lZOlT 08:59:15 AM _Ei I Page E0 of p Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAGE Ar(ouot ACCOunt Descrir*io{l 2017 Adopt?d Eudqet 2017 Amended Eudqet 2018 Finen e Fund 060 - Houslng Fund o(PEr{sE Owating S l.laiolenane 503ilt&02 503008.03 503U)+01 503m+02 503fit9"03 503ml04 503UltF06 s030t2-01 5030t3 s01025 lnsurance - Vehide lnsurance - Otlrer vehlcle Expens€s - Fuel Vehk eErpensos-Ofl Vehlcle Expenses - Pails & Sr.pplies Vehk,e Expenses - Equipment vehkje Expenses - Labor Publlc Rehuons - Tenant Pa.ty Unifoms Piltl Resale &penses 438.tX) .00 2,011,00 .00 rJ57.00 6m.00 9/$.m 900.00 1,400.00 4m.00 438.00 .m 2,0r 1.00 .00 r,3s7,00 6m.m 940.00 ffi.00 1,400.fi) 4m.00 176.00 -00 2.0r 1.00 .00 1.357.00 600.00 940.00 900.m r.{00,00 400.00 openbng E t'tdidtenaqa Totag t87,583.00 $87,583.00 t83,481.00 507oor-01 507001-02 507mr-03 507001-04 507m1-05 507m1.06 507001-07 507m1-r2 50700r-20 507023-01 50702102 s07023-03 507021(x 507021 .u) r,500.00 .00 .00 .m 5m.00 r,200.00 16,200.00 4,000.00 -00 .00 .m .00 .00 r,500.00 ,00 .00 .00 500.m 1.200.00 15,200.00 4,000.00 ,m .m .00 ,m .00 1,500,00 .00 .00 .00 500.00 r,fft0.00 3,200.00 38,533.00 .00 .00 .m .00 cash Purchases - vehicles Gsh Pudlases - Mobile Equipmsnt cash PuIchases - Equip.nmt Cash Purdnses - Ollice c.ash Purchases - ComB{er Cash Purduxs - tand lmprot/e'menb cash Purchases - B0ildlngs cash t\r,$asss - Fumiurc & Firtures Cash Purcftases - Oher RerEvatlons - 8rush Oeek Renovations - Creekslde Renotabsrs - Iblisades Reserves Used coN cf)tso cr)t-r Tmns{es Out 510(x)1 TnnSer Gt to Generdl 510055 Trans,er orrt to oP 5l0OOr Tran$€r qrt to llountaln view 510062 TBnd€r Out to Mountain Vrew Il &bl l,'xrensa 52{m2 Bood lnter6t 520003 Eond Bank Fees Capid fohb 8m,000.00 800,000.00 450,000.m .00 .m .00 (D.00 .00 ,00 -Y frdntre9Aui fotaf (u o- OF .00 .00 24,465.00 t23,400,00 t23,40o.00 s69,198.00 .00 .00 .00 .00 ,00 .m .00.00.00 Debt ExNt x Tolals t\r I@ Run by Marianne Rak@rskl on 7Ol24l2OL7 08:59:15 AM 90.00 $0.00 $0.00 Page 8l of@ SNOWMASS VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 2017 Adopted 2017 Arnended Btd0Ft&rd4{t ,nl8 Finan.pAccountAccouot Descdr*b[ lund 060 * Housing Fond APENSE Iton @enting 53{n0t-01 D€predauon - Brush &eek 530001.02 D€predauor - CPekside il0mr-03 L)eprecjauon - Palisades 53(m1-{H Depredauon - villas North 530001-07 Depredation - FumituB and Futures 530001-08 Depreciauon - Equlpment 53(ml-09 Oepreciauon - Vehlcles 530001-10 Depredauon - Housing Erpan5ion 53{rc01-ll Depredatlon - l4oblh fquipment 530002 Arnortirntlon 530099 Asset Disposal Fund Fund twn @Gting Totats E(PEI.ISE TOTNS 060 - Housing Fllnd Totals E(PENSE TOTATS 060 - Hourlng Fund Toiais 6,675.00 .00 r,822.00 8,331.00 .00 17.227.6 r1.293.00 .00 7.318,00 .00 .00 s1,626,368.00 9t,626,368.00 i1,500,589.00 c) t1,626,368.00 $1,626,368.00 $r,509.s89.00 6,675.00 ,m 1,822,00 8,33r.00 .00 t7,227.@ I r,293.00 ,00 7,3r8.00 .00 '00 26,054,00 44,772.ffi 78,19r.ffi r,402,00 ,00 8,428.00 I 1,293.00 .00 r,240.00 .00 .00 o Iii;628;368.00) (.i626;t58mr--_-(t.i;s0qs8e.00)t\ r o.Yo(o o_ OF t- I Rtn by Marianne Rakowski on l0l2ql20l7 08:59:15 AM Page 82 of S HOUSIIiTG RENT STRUCruRE PROJECT CR€EKSIDE 2917 IUONTHLY EUMTS RENTS 2017 ANNUAL rltcoME 25.800 9,360 389.760 s141.960 123, 1 20 112,X20 23,?60 84.960 61.200 5" 160 175.080 108.000 83,520 78,000 m.leo 24fl x INCH" RENOVATED UNITS PALISAOES RENOVATED UNITS BRUSH CREEK VILLAS T,IORTH 28I28 1B'18 2W2B STUDIOS ANNUAL TOTAL 18r18 STUDIO'LFT STUOTOS SM.STUDIO ANNUAL TOTAL 2Bl18 lBIlB STUDIOS 28I2B 1,075 $ 780 S 1,160 S 845 r.140 s 58s 5 2W2 lBr 2E 15 CAN COrtso rot- s s S 5 s s 2 1 l0 16 1,8 ANNUAL TOTAL E 566,080 t8rlB t I r,0t5$ 12,560 r.e3?t s 248.100 1.74% 1.1 3 12 10 I a 6 10 e 5 5 S s 5 s $ s S 660 590 5r0 430 1,125 870 650 r.2t0 s $ s s t s s I t o.Yo(o (L c)F t-r I(oo Ir 2018 MONTHLY RENTS 2018 ANNUAL INCOME 2018 .h INCR. 5 s $ s S s $ s S s s s s s 1.095 26,280 S5 $ s s s s s s 670 600 520 435 1,145 885 660 1.300 s s s s s 0,00'6 1 78.140 307,680 1,180 S 860 S 1,160 S 595 S 1-52olc 1.69% 1.960/o 1.16% 1-7OVc 1-72Vo 1 "54'/a 1.56% 1.86Yo 0,00% 't.7290 1.78Yo 396.4E0 154,000 5 577,560 1.?5t6 1.71Vc 139,200 114,240 s 253,440 21,120 86,400 62,400 5,220 109.920 84.960 79,200 93.600 s 1,376,820TOTAL RENT ANNUAL TOTAL s 1,351,740 PURCTIASE AHOU'{T OAIE zo'15 NESERVE RESERVE CONTRIBUTION 2017 CASH OUTLAY RESERVE BALANCE VALUE RESERVE 2018 RESERVE CONTRIBUIIOII 2018 20tr CASH RESERVE OUTLAY USED 20ta RESERVE BALA}ICE lo 50 to so lo t(, $9.r65 so 3r5,300 t0 5{t 30 30 5{' to 30 t0 30 30 to t0 t0 t0 to 30 to 30 to $ to s{r t9.300 tr5,5:l:l to t33,530 90 IlS,OOO sr8, i0 to l{l lo 50 !0 to t0 30 ,(, to to 32.2r9 to to to t{, 30 34,0m go ,7n 30 to to 30 to l{) 30 3r0,r34 i2 000 32.3t8 31E.@0 st t.236 31.n6 t2.u7 t29.037 s25_760 to $ i1.833 to 33,rm to to 50 3r,ro0 tr.240 51,754 3r9.455 30 t31,540 t79,915 338,698 376.545 t{, s2.9r5 30 t1.5EO 37,9G8 90 lo t23,410 $3,107 t{167 t3r2 s0 s{, $u7 tilflI to57 tl,?m to 50 so ,o 50 so 3{' s0 24.465 HOUSIilG RESERVE FU}JO REQUIREMENTS I.AUIIORY EQI.IPTEXT Pdi$d!r PdiEadol Villr3 Ndlh \rill.r No.lh 2020 2025 20r8 2021 BOITERS Brush C160l{ Yrfias No.lhi ASPHALT OVERLAY B.C .PAL.CREEKSIOE Villar Nqlh VEHELE REPLACET'ENT flI(x201, F35{t ,t042t lt F350 rt05 201.t F-350 LAWil TRACTOE RoplaffinuxMsli Mola F spbcarnentlK#aEki Mulo Rsplaern€ntnrador RaplacemafiUtradtr ROOFS Brush sEk Cr€.tsid6 Pdasdrt v{as No.lh Vill$ Nodh 2018 ?f.25 tu21 ?s.28 $00m s{too 00 t800 00 2033 2032 2033 2019 2036 t45,080 946,06 545,02r 339.S€5 3r6,0{x} $17.000 tr1.,198 tr2.1m ttr,000 ti6,725 t22,1 90 523,450 348.130 397,275 s65,008 396,m tr05,604 148,775 353,700 353.3{n 34.80 34.(m 3r2,021 $i8,{m 319.8(n 326.196 i.{.507 t13,@5 2031 2033 20.27 ?o23 &21 2031 m24 20fl 20r8 $15,0@ t6.600 t25.485 320.630 t3.100 $0 37,:(l2 to $r3.6m 3lt.095 129.340 i7/.435 336,t28 949.090 to 927,7@ t0 39,360 3?.407 t2.0@ t2.3r8 3r7,000 t8.918 s27,261 s22,9r3 56.2fr to 59,r65 to 315.3m to 513,314 t0 $3{!.615 t14.040 3500 00 lsmm t500 m 1500 00 t6,5m.00 $.5m.00 $,5m.m 320-0@.@ t28.000.00 31,776 t2.o8B $,tm s0 3r,033 to 31,7m !0 32,21s st, 3r.!m 5r,2{O 3{tt6 58.m $0 s2.915 90 t4.680 $(, $o x, so to 50 t0 30 lo t{, t0 so s0 to t0 50 go to $o t0 gT l0 $0 to 30 30 30 lo to so t0 3{) to to $0 s0 $o 30 to to 50 to to lo to s0 50 30 to so to so 30 30 30 s0 $o 30 s0 $0 34.0m Cf)N ct) o (ol- so s0 S1(O LOAOER NEPLACEilENl Rcpla6mrnt/t ado 6 RGphcamfitfuado n WAIIF HEATERS Repl.cefienl(41 VillB North R€plaernsnl (32 ) Villar Ndlh R.placrma{ (32 ) Cretsldo Rspkcsmenl (43 l Paliiades larndry waler hsats Palisds: Apt. ster hsar.rs APTJNT. REMODEL FUNO 2031 20t8 2033 203! 2W. 2032 to l0 !i3t2 3o 30 t635 3350 30 30 30 i0 ,t44 30 so tu.ua t0 37 t7,656 30 so 523.1Ut 42,757 to o.Yooo-oF F- I(0O I - GHANO TOTAI- t t0,134 510"134 t3{,.44{' s78,675 s,]6,944 357.090 30 5 Rcvenues over Expclditures Apprropriotions/Reserryes of the Yeor End Corryover BE6INNIN6 CARRYOVER zol6 Actuol $ 1,8?89?5.47 OPERATIM REVENUES OPERATING EXPENDIruNES DEBT sER\TICE s r,o57,?49.47 $ (404,648.90) $ (550.149.00) $ 1o2.460.trNET REVENUE ovcr EXPENDfTURES Reserves Used $ $ $ in/tronsfer out-6IP rn 'l7lRanges & Drshwosher rn '18 END CARRYOVER f r.930.486.0{ zotT 8UD6ET $ t,893.6O5.47 $ ?ot7 REYI5ED r,930,486.04 $ $ $ t,070,460.00 $ (477,332.00) $ -$ 1,07oJ60.00 (477.332.00) t $ $ $ t 593.r28.OO $ 593.r28.m (20,000.00) $ (1,650,00o.0o) $ (8o.00o.0o) $ (20,000.00) (1,650.000.00) (8O,OOO.OO) 736.733.47 i 7t3.6t4.A4 $ 2018 PROPOSED 771,6t4.O4 $ $ 3 1,085,160.00 (489,229.W) $ $ $ $ t 595,931.0O (12.900.00) (r05,00o.0o) 1,251.645.O4 Reserve Fond ?ot6 Actttol $ 2s4.r57.00 $ 169.159.92 $ 1.527,t69.t2 Fund (16% of Pevenues) Avoiloble TOTAL.OTHER APPROPtrIATIONS/RESERVE5 $ 1.930,486.04 $ $ $ 20t7 BUD6ET 265,4?t.OO $ t7t,273.60 $ 300.038,87 $ ?ot7 RE\{TSED 285.42r.OO t7t,273.60 316,9t9.44 I 736,733.47 I Tt3,6t4.U 2018 PRO9OSED $ 32r.144.OO $ 173,625.60 $ 766,875.44 s t,251,645.04 CON cf) o l-N - o.Y(J(! o_ OF t-r I(oo I r TOWN OF SNOW,IAASS WJLAOE AAountoin View Fund Budget Summory SNOWMAS S VILLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 AatOlrnt Aclount Definaion 2017 Mopted 2017 Ariended IluklPt fu!dml 20 l8 Finance fund 061 - l'{ountain View Fund RR/Et'lUE lqrgeltaneous.07qrl lnhrest l.rcome 407003 ,,liscellaneans tncDrE 402)50 tabor llaterlal Supplies 40ru5t Late Fees 407ASZ lnmey 407054 Resale Fees,t0705S P.ftrE Feet 9,500.00 9,500.00 25m.00.l{,0.00 400.00 300.00 1,200.m r.200.00 t,200.00 r,600.00 1,600.00 1,6(x).00 r{,500.00 t{,s(x).m 14,5m.00 1,000.00 t.m0,00 r,000.m r,qD.oo !,000.00 r,000.00 I'lncdl.,ne0u-e rrals Refilal ln&me 4llml-05 Rmt - Vaancy Factor 4ltmt-()6 ,tert - MounEin YEw (2.500.00) (2,500.00) r,043,760.m 1,043,760.m (2,s00.00) 1,(b0.5@.00 sr,9r,260.00 t1,Hr,260,00 $r,058,060.00 ----F' ru.I Renldt income Total, REVENUE TOTAS 061 - fountain Vaew Furd Totals REVENUE TC'TAIs 061 - Mountain Yiew Fund Torals o $r,070,460.@ $t.070,,r50.00 $r,085,160.00 oo ovoo(L OF t-r I(o Rm by Marianne ltakowsff on 7Ol24l2OL7 07:37:41 AM Page t6 or I NOW VILL Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Ac.tount Dascriotion 2017 Mofled 2017 Amended ttudnetBudoPt 2018 FinancaAcrount fund 061 - l,lountain Vicw Fund o(mNs€ fttfrnnel Set:9res S0lml-01 Payrull - Reguhr 50lmf-0s Pa}rm[ - REcepuonist 501001-OG Paymll - grourrEmonal 50tml-07 PayroI - Groun(lsleerer 501m2-01 Paymll Orartime Regular 501003 P.yrol Eenerlts 501m3-01 Payml Eenefits - Reoeauon Benefit 501m3'06 Payroll EeoeriE - Reurement 501003-08 Paymll Benefib - Medicare 501m3-09 Paym$ EeoefiE - Fr(a 50tm3-f0 Payron BeneliB - Heallh lnelnncE 50t$3-lf Paym[ Ben€'fiB - Seagonal Healh tnsurance 501003-12 PayroilEenefits-HeathReimburgement 50tm3-!3 Payrol 8en€fits - Dental IngJEncE 50lml-14 Paymll Eene'rits - vison lrEurante 501003-15 PayrolB€nelits Sbndard-ufe/AD&D 501m3-16 Payroll 8enents - Ggna - Ufe/AO&D 501003-17 Payroil BenetiE - Depeodant Ufe 501003-18 Payrofi BendiB - Long Term Dlebllity 501$l-f9 Payrol BenetiB - Unemployment lnsuEnce 901003.20 Payror Benetits - workmans Comp 501m3-21 Palrro{ 8m€tiE - Ta!6ble Li[e 501m4 Trahhgy' Reqistnuors 501005 Tr.'/el & Meeung Erpenses 94,915,m 46,81t.00 3,832.00 10,555.m 2,200.00 .00 3.429.m 9,146.00 r,89.t.00 r,922.(x) 76,U9,W 3,841,00 .00 nl.q 607.00 519.00 .m 26.00 l,l8z.@ q67,W 2,337.00 .00 s00.m 300.00 94,945.m 45,8r 1.00 3,832.00 r0,565.00 2,200.00 ,00 3,429.00 9,1.15.00 1,894.00 r,922.00 75,259.00 3,841.0O ,00 zr.m 607.00 519.00 .00 26.00 r,182.00 467,00 2,337.00 .00 500.00 3m.m 98,0r2.00 48,679.m 3,804.00 il,0r0,m 2,200.00 .00 3,532-00 10 845.00 1,998,00 1.985.00 85,449.00 4,144,00 .00 8t7.00 59r.m l,0or.o0 .(x) 34,00 1,30r.00 491,00 2,097.00 .00 500,00 300.00 Petwnnel *rwces Tobls ,261,553.00 $25r,5s3.0o S278,790.m hJre+sed hMicPg 502001 teoal F€es Spedalcounsd 502003 Confactservice 502003-(H ContractS€rvice-FireAthguisherMaintenrncp 502m3-05 C-mtract s€wke - Badllow Test & MalntenarKe 502m3-06 C-ontract Service - Eoiler Insp€ctons Oeanlng Y)2m4 Tele$rone S02m&01 Bulldl,U MalnEnance - Generd 50200606 Br.ildlng Malntenrnce - Carp€t Labor 502m6-07 Building MainEnancE - Carpet Chanlng 50Zn&08 Buildhg MainEnance - Drapery @aning 502{n&09 Euiuln0 Malntenance - Formi(a Repai6 502m6-10 Bulldlng MalnEnance - Painung .m Ir,130.00 s25.fi) 1.5m.00 150.00 700.00 200.00 7,(xx).00 1,700.(a r00.00 300.m .00 .00 l 1.r30.00 525.m !,500.00 150.m 700.00 200.00 7,000.00 r,700.00 t00.00 3m.00 .00 .00 u,t30.m 525.00 1,500.00 t5{l.m 3m.{tr 2m.00 7,qn.00 1,600.00 rm.m 3m.00 .00 o.Yo(U o_ C)Fr-r I Run by Marlanne Rakowski qt 1012412017 08:59:15 AM Page 83 of @ (oN ct) o O) |.,- Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Aarount Desrndlon ZoU Adop{ed 2017 Amended BudaNaJ&!'"1dFl 2018 Finance SNOWMASS VILLAGE Affrtrnt 3m.m .m .m r00.00 25.00 25.00 .m 49,038.00 1,45t,.00 9,000.00 r2210.00 960.00 3,?18.fi) r,z50.m 2$.m ,00 14,256.00 300.00 .00 .m l(x).00 25.00 25.00 .00 .19,038,00 t,450.00 9,000.00 r7,2r0,00 960.00 3.2r8.00 1,250.00 250.00 .m 14,256,00 3m.m .m .00 r00.00 2S.00 25.00 .m 50,qx).m r,494.00 9,000.00 u,210.00 900.00 3,315.00 1,250.00 250.00 ,00 14,683.00 (f)N cr) oo@r FuBd 061 - Uau$tain Vier,, Fund E(PEI{SE PuBEsEd *rvrces 502007-0r fiahEn6ncE Ay€€menB - Copier 502008-01 Repal6 - Equlpment 502q,€{2 RepairE - Vehichs 502008-03 Repal6 - R.dlos 50200{,.01 lrhiling - Posbge 502009-02 Malllng - Fdght & Sfilplng 502010 UUliUes 502010-01 UUllSes - Watsr & Sanihuon 50201G02 t0litles-Gas 502010-03 Uuldes - Elecdc 502010-fi utilities - Trash 502013-01 Leased Equlplmnt - &pier 502017 Audit 502021 Professlonal Services 502024 Weed Con$ol 502028 BanldlnEtee Fees 502029 Accounung & MminisEatiye Fee Purclasd ktv7c6 Tatals Wating & lqahAnance 503{X}f-02 Ad\redsing-lob6 503{X}l-0S Adwrtising - Other 503002 Dues, Membersilps. Subsuipthns 503003 l'liscEnareous 503004 PrioUnS 503ff)5-0r fupplhs - Omce 503005.02 Supplies - Bullding 503005-03 Supplhs - Oeanlng 503m9q, Supolies - Tools 503m5-12 Supplies - Landscaplng 503005-2r Supilles - orpet 503005.22 Supdies - Malntenaoce 503005-A Supplies - Palnu'lg 503m5-2{ Supp$es - Plumtino 50300'25 Supplhs - L.Burdry 503005-26 Supplles - Appltance Prrts 503005-27 Supplles.5id,n0 503006 Eqrlpment 503m8-0f lnsurance - Bulldlng f120,387.00 $120,387.00 i121.866.00 .00 2,4m.00 45.00 2m.m 150.m {fl}.D 800.m 600.00 500.00 400.m 7,500.m 7,0m.00 1,900.00 r,000.00 325.m 4m.m 175.m lm.m :t6,595.m .m 2,400.00 45.00 200,00 150.00 450.00 800.00 600.00 sm.00 4m.00 7,500.00 7,000.00 r,900.00 1,000.00 325.00 4q).00 175.00 r00.00 36,595.00 ,00 2,400.00 45,00 200.00 150.00 450.00 800.00 600,u) 500.00 400.00 7,500.00 7,m0.00 1,900.00 r,m0.00 325.m {00.m r75.m tm.00 33,425.00 o).Yo([ o_ C)F l- Run by Marianne Rakowski onl0l}4l20L7 08:59:15 AM Page 84 of f, SNOW AGI Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 20lTAdopted 20lTArnended Br r{not 2OlB FlnanceAmilntAmilnl nMilffn Fund 061 - Mountain Vicw Fund DOENSE Operaanq & Nantenand 503U1&02 lnsurare - VdrEe 503{Xl&03 lnsunnce - olpr 503m01 vehlch Apenses - Fuel 503mI02 Ve[kJe Expenses - Cn 503fl1903 Vehlch Exp€nses - Pa'E & 9rpptes 503(xl}o4 Vehlcle tupenses - EquDmeat 503lxx)-06 Vehide En€nsee labor 503014-0t R.6lE Relatirfls . Tmant Party 503013 Urifoms ownling & ltl.lintenancc Tatalt (J!,i'"tl 507m1-01 cash Purdases - Vehides 50700f-02 castr hrrchases - Mobile Equipment 507mf-03 Cash AJrchases - Eguirment 507001-& Cash turdEses - Omce 507m1-05 Cdi turdlases - Crfltputer $7mf.O6 Cash purEhases - ta.d Impmvcrnents 507m1-07 cast! hrrdEses- Bnildlqs 507001-f2 Cash Purduses - Fumitue & Fixtr,es 50ru!-20 Cash tudtases- O$er 50m25 Reserves uscd dFd fabB Ttan{eR Ost 510001 Tranfcr Ort to GerErrl 510055 Tran{erouttooP 510060 TransferouttoHorshg 510062 TraGfer Out to Mdrnbh Vlerr, ll Tran{ers Out Totag kil EtferItr 520002 Bond lnterest 520003 Bord Bilk Fees D{bt Extxtl* Tolals Non Aryratrng 530m1-05 Oepreciatbn - Mo,nbh v.€w 530m1-07 Deprechtlon - Fumlture ard Fitures 5I0Of-08 thpredatlon - Eqt ipmsnt 530001-09 DeplechEon - Vetic,es 53(ml-ll Deprecjatlon - Mdih Esrlpmert 438.00 438.00 438,00 r.435.00 1,435.00 r,435.00 969.m 969.00 970.m 860.m 850.00 860.00 r,000.00 r,000,00 t,000.00 .00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .m .00 .00 r.600.00 .00 .m .m 7m.m r6,500.m 77.350.m 14,0(n.00 20,000.m .00 1,600.00 .00 .00 ,00 7m.00 r6,500.m 723s0.00 14,000,m 20,00.00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 7(x).m 13,170.00 105,m0.00 t2,630.00 12,900.m cY)N (f) o r @ t130,150.00 $r3o.rso.m $14{,400.00 .m ,00 .m .m r,650,m0,00 ,00 .00 ,00 1,650000.00 .00 .00 .00 /il $0.00$1,650,000.005r,650,000.00 .00 .m .00 .00 .m .00 275,167.00275,167.40 10,792.00r0,792.00 s0.00 $0.00 !0.00 41,258.m .m r9,7m.m r0,792.00 .00 .00 .m .txl .00 .Yoo o_ OFr-r Run by Marianne Rakoivski on l0l24l20l7 08:59:16 AM .00 .00 Page 85 of I Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMASS VILLAG Acmunt Acrount Descnooon 20r7 Adopted &rdo€t 2017 Anended Budoat 2018 Finance Fund 061 - Mountain Vlew Fund OOENSE Not Offnting ${m2 ArnDruzauon 53{X199 AssetD8po{al .00 .m .00 .00 .m .m s285,9s9.00 $285,959.m $7r.750.00 Iund Fund Non Opentrng fo6ts OOINsE TOTi\LS 061 - Mountain Vaaw Fund Tobls OOENSE TOTAI.S 061 - ilountain Vaew Furd'lotals t2,513,291,0O $2,513,291.00 t678,879,00 $2.Sr3,29r.00 t2,513,291.00 1678,879,m (t2,S13,291.00, ($2,513,291.00) (t678,879.00) CON cf) o N@ o)lco(U o- ()F Nr Rm by Mananne Rakowski on l0l24l2Dl7 $;59116 AM Page 86 of$ MOUNTAIN VIEW RENT STRUCTURE 2017 # MONTHLY UNITS RENTS 2017 ANNUAL INCOME 2A17 ntto INCR.UNIT SIZE STUDIO 40 $ 620$297,600 1.64% ONE BED 18 $ 900$194,400 1.69Yo 2 BED 757 SF I $ 1,'165 $111,840 1.7SYo 2 BED 1008 SF 21 $ 1,335 $336,420 1.52o/o 3 BED 5 $ 1,725 $103,500 1,77o/o TOTAL RENT 92 $ 1,043,760 2018 MONTHLY RENTS 2018 ANNUAL INCOME 2018 OTto INCR. $ $ $ $ $ 630$302,400 1"610/o 915 $197,640 1.67"/o 113,760 1.72/o 341,460 1.5A% 1,18s $ 1,355 $ 1,755 $105,300 1.74% $ 1,060,560 (f)N cf)rFo cf)@ ovo(o (L C)F l- I(oo Irr PURCI{ASE SALVAGE DATE VALUE 2016 RESERVE BALANCE ?ol7 RESERVE COT{TRIBUTION 2017 CASH outtAY RESERVE USEO 2017 RESERVE AALA}ICE Af,tOUNT 2018 RESERVE COI{TRIBUNON 20r8 CASH OU1LAY 2018 RESERVE USED RESERVE BAI.ANCE 3 5 $ s $ 3 s I s s s 3 8r5 S s s I s s s s s r7,000 5 s 3 s r r 1,000$ 3 t5,884 S t s 3 t s s s 5 $ s $ $ s s s $ 2.000 5 s 9.300 r2,900 $t 5 $ 4.255 s 78,384 4,r5{' 3.659 - I 25.Om 3 t 22.W 18,3762,6t5 30,329 31.8m t r2,9m 3 32r.144 ilOUilTAIN VISW RESERVE FUilO REOUtRETTIEtITS ASPHALT 2017 tuphatl lraffifcrrLA.t. lo 2o?o Momlain viei'v (All LoB, BOILER ill. Vi6r, Commoos $14.035 203{' s31.o(rc 338"000 554.986 s23.000 324.(x0 tt?8.o00 s137,280 s48.779 t53,550 118,777 353,650 2017 2020 2037 20rE t 2023 3 20r9 2024 ?o2t 203r 2021 2031 s 3 t s s I E 8m 8m 20.(m 3-$ 13.r46 t 3 2,625 S 73.2x) 3-3 s 50.0m t ?2,O29 24.48? 5 20,tm 3 s 14,000 s 20,000 s 2.615 3 815 5 1,225 20.BOO t2 500 s 3 3 s 15.761 I 3,.140 12,900 94,000 3 62.5{X} 25,179 28,t41 s 22,500 LAUNDRY EAUIPMENT Radac6r€nt Replaceficnt PAIIITING.EXTERbR Re'painl Rs.psinl ROOFS Replacs,rneil VEHICLE REPLACEIITEIIT f102 201 1 F350 rl02 201 r F35o #ro3 201 1 F350 #103 201 1 F350 3300.760 20J2 8.6?5 s $ s s s 3 s s s t s 3 s s 5 3 S s 3 t t $ I t s s $ t s s s coN(f) o !t @ $6.000 $ s6.0m 3 s6.000 s 36,000 I 4.15{' 3,659 WAIER HEATER FEPLACEI{ENT Replacament $:t7.5{Xl ?o?3 GRANO TOTAL Adiuiled 2Ol7 balaru ltr unspent asptatt moved lo 2020 s2,500 s o)!o(! o_ OF N I(oo Irr 2,5@$ -3 TOWN OF SNOWiAAS5 VTILAaE iiountoin View II Fund Budget Summory Rewnqes over Expenditures Appropriotions/Resenras of the Yeor End BE6INNIN6 CARRYOVER Actuol $ 325.637.89 OPERATIM REVENUE5 OPERATING EXPENDITURES DEBT SERWCE s 257,609.02 i (ot,no.eD $ (15o.15o.o0) s 43,682.8r $ $ 369.320.70 NET REVENUE over E0ENDTTURES Reserves Used R END CARR,YOVER $ BUD6ET 35s.453.89 $ REYISED 369.320.70 $ 264.54000 $ $ (85,085.00) $ 264,54A.OO (85,085.OO) $.._ (145.600.00) $ 33.855.m $ $ (51.288.00) $ 33,855.00 (5t,2 s 336.020.89 t 351.887.70 $ PROPOSED 35t,887.70 $ 269.230.00 $ $ i $ t 119,090.@ (83,288 387,689.70 Coprtol Reserve Fund EmergencylContrngency Fund (16% of Revenues) Funds Avoiloble 2016 Actuol 148,161.00 4t,?17.44 r79.94?.26 AL.OTHER APPROPRTATTONS/RESER,VES $ $ $ $ 369.320.70 zotT gUD6ET $ n6,4Bt.0o $ $ 4?.32b3O $ $ 177,213.49 $ $ 336.020.89 f 351.387.70 20L7 RE\II5ED t67,769.OO 42,326.40 t4r,792.30 c)N c') o ro @ PROPOSED $ gz,ztc.oo $ 43,076.80 $ 247.398.90 $ 387.689.70 o.Yo(U (L CJF Nr I(oO I ,I'OUNTAIN VIEW IIRENT STRUCTURE UNIT SIZE STUDIO ONE BEDROOM TWO BEDROOM TOTAL RENT 2017 UNITS INCOME INCR. 18 $ 670 $ 144,720 1.52% 955 $ 45,840 1.60% 1,410 $ 67,680 ',t.44% s 258,240 ott6# 2017 MONTHLY 2017 ANNUAL $ $ 4 4 Cf)N cr) Fo (o @r 26 o -)zo(o o- OF Nr I(oo I 2Afi MONTHLY 2018 ANNUAL 2018 % RENTS INCOME INCR. $ 680 $ 146,880 1.49o/o $ 970 $ 46,560 1.570/o $ 1,430 $ 68,640 1.42o/o $ 262,080 i,OUI{TAIN VIEW II RESERVE FU'ID REQUIRETIEIIIS ASPHALT Moordein\rrilll Replacement BCIILER MV ll Laurdry/Water Hl, Bdlding Eoilers Buildlng Boilers TAUNORY EOUIPIITENT Mountah VEt, ll Mounlain vi6x ll PAINTING PdnlitE S$edule P.inting Schedule s60,415.@ $66,500.00 s1,506.m S/t4,O0O.0O s48,400.m ir0,0r0.m 31 1,420.00 s42,m0.00 546,2m.m s 500.00 s $ 500.00 3 42,41s.00 't53.(D 25,550.m 4"755.O0 24,otn.00 3 51,288.00 20?o 2040 7027 20 t9 2039 s t s s s ROOFS Mounlain Vilx,ll $S.0m.00 ?Ol7 Replac8ment lransrened lo 2018 20t9 2025 2018 202X 201? 20ta Cf)N cr) o t-@ S 3 Mouatalo View ll 5105,0m.m 2037 GRAND TOTAL Adiustcd 201 7 batanca to. un3p€il rools rnoved lo 2018 3 3 167 q) -Y() (o (L OFt-r I@o I PURCHASE SALVAGE OATE VALUE 2016 RESERVE BALANCE oEscRrPnoil AMOUNT 2011 RESERVE COHTRIBUNON 2017 CASH OUILAY 7017 RESERVE USEO 2A1? RESERVE BALANCE 2018 RESERVE CONTRIBU?ION 2018 CASH OUTLAY 20't8 RESERVE USEO 2018 RESERVE BALAIICE I $ s s s s S s 46.9t5.00 s s t s s S s t 5 s 5 5 I 3 r.585.00 s J $ s $ s a s s s 5 S 4,500.o0 6.340.00 8,0@.00 s $s s 32.000.00 s 3 s r23.00 5.400.00 270.W 30.950.00 3 2,712.00 $ 5t,288.00 $ s-3-S s 3 t 3 i $ t s S s 5 s t 5 s 5 s 1.585.00 5 s s s 3 5 s s I s s s t s t s s t t $ 4,500.m 7,925.00 10.00o.00 3?,{m.m $ 2,712.@ 51.288.00 5 t s 3 t 3 5r,rr5.m 123.00 6.525.00 s 399.00s 37,475.m 5- 48.161.m 5 '9,608.00 $ 2.712,00 5 51.288.00 S 116.481.(x)s l2,B3.m $ r2,7r2.(x) s 8:r.?88.m s s7,2r4.00 ,288.00 SNOWM LLAGE Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Acount Aroilnt Desirtim 2017 Adopted 20t7 &tended&rtpt fur.lnpt 2018 Finance Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund RA,ENUE 148cellaneous 407mr hE est lncome 40703 Mlscellaneous lncome 407050 LaborMaErlal SupplEs 40705r tnte Fees 407052 Laundry.107055 Pa.klng Fe€s r,750.0{) 100,00 r50.m 2m.m 4,400,00 2m.00 1,750.00 100.m 1s0,00 200.00 4,400.00 2m.m 3,s00.00 rm.00 lso.00 200.00 3,500.00 200.00 Rental ln@nE 4ll(xrt-0s Rent - VaGncy Factor 4llml-07 Rent - Mounbh View lI Non-Al*mting 4t2mt turortlzatbn Bord Premium l4iswlanfuus fo6b $6,800.00 $5,800.00 (s00.001(s00.00) 258,2{0.00 258,240.00 262,080.00 Renldt lncome fofatt cf) 5,285.00 5,285.(xr tton.@atng Toldb REVENUE TOTAIS $269,825.m f269,825.00 f269,2lr.m t7,550.00 (s00.00) ,m @@rFund I und 062 - ltountain View II Fund Totals REVENUE TOTilS 062 . Mo{ntaan Yiew II Fund Tobts Nrt Grand Totals REVENUE GRAND TOTAIS EOINSE CRANDTOTATS llet Grnfid T0ta15 $269,825.m t259,825.00 5269.230.0 s269,825.00 S269,825.00 t269,2r.m $0.00 t0.00 $o.0o ol<o(! o- ()F Nr I Run by Madanne Rakornski on 10/24/2017 07:38:34 Al'1 Page l dE VILLAGE0 Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 Aarount Acrount D€scnrf,ton 2017 Adopted 8rrdot! 2017 Am€nded Budoet 2018 Finance Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund D(pf,,rlsE l\rsonntl Sel.,ccs 501001-01 Payrol - Regular 50100f-05 Payrol - Receptlonist 50100f-06 Payml - Sooilremoral 501001-07 Payml - Groundsleeper 50tm2.01 Payrol Overtime ReguLr 501003 Payml Benefits 501m3-0f Ptyrol Bene{its - Recreauon 8€nefit 501003-OG PaymtBeneRE'Reurement 501fi)3-07 Payml Benerib - Police Retire nent 501003.08 PayrD[ Benefits - Medi(arE 501003-(x) Payrol EenenB - fka 501003-t0 Payml Benelits " Health lnsurdnc! 501003-fl Payml Eenelib - Seasonal tle.lth lnsurance 501003-12 Payml Benerlts - Health Relmburemeot 50t003-f3 Payml 8en€tits - IlenEl lnsuraoce 501003 t4 Paym! Beneaits - visron lnirrance 501m3-ls Payrotr Bamnb - Sbndard - fife / AO& O 501m3-16 PaFo! Bene,its - Ggna - ufe/AD&D 501003-17 paymtr SeneliB - DepeMant Ufe 501003-18 Paymtr Eenelits - Lom Term Oisabdity 501m3-fg Payml Eenelib - UnemploFnent lnsurance 501003-20 Paymtr 8€netits - Workmans Comp 501m3-21 Payro[ 8enents . Ta)obh Life 501fiX Tralning/ Reqlstrauorls 501m5 Trayel & I'leettrE Exp€nses 4,213.00 .00 1,933.00 .00 3m.m .00 85.m z9{.00 ,00 61.00 147.m 1,426.00 .00 .00 21.00 r5.00 r1.00 .00 .00 31,00 18,00 92.00 .00 .00 .00 4,213.m .00 1833.00 .00 3m.00 .m 85.00 294,m .m 6r.00 147.m 1,426.W .00 .m 2r.00 16.00 r 1.00 .00 .m 3r.00 r8.00 92.00 ,00 .00 .(n 4,349.00 .00 1,9r9.00 .00 300.00 .00 88.00 348.00 .00 67.00 M7.m 1,530.00 .(E .00 24.00 r5,00 26.00 .00 .00 34.00 20.00 84.00 .00 .00 .00 (e N CO o o,@r fursrnnel Servtces fotrb f8,648.00 i8,fi8,m t8.952.m fudrased Serfceg 502001 502003 502003-04 502m3.05 502003-06 502m{ 502m601 502txrG05 502006-07 s02m6-08 502ms09 Leg.l Fees S@dal Counsel Contract Sewice Contnct Service - Fue ExunguBher Maintenance Contract Service - BacUIow Test & Ma ntenance Contrdct Service - Boiler lnspectiolrs Cleanino Telephone &rilding Mahtenance - Gmer.l Bulldhg MahEnane - Crrpet tabo, Bullding HainEnance - Grpet Oeaoing Bullding MainEnanEe - Drapery Cleanlng Building MaiflEnance. Fonnl€a Repalls .00 3,490.00 2m.00 500.00 45t].00 r,375.00 .m 3,000.00 550.00 50.00 !m.m .m 3,490.00 200.m 500.m 450.m r,375.00 ,m 3,000.00 5S0,00 50,(x) tm.m .00 2,500.00 200.00 500.00 4$.00 t,375.00 .00 3,200.00 550.00 50.00 1m.00 o)-\lo(o o- OF l-r I Run by Madanne Rakowski an LOl2 l20l7 08:59:16 AM Page 87 of fl Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2018 Araormt n!q{aflon 2017 Adopted 2017 Arnended Brd(!FlBrdfi€t 2018 Fioanc€ SNOWMASS VILLAGE Amilnt r-und 062 - lilountaln View It Fund o(PcilsE hJdwsed Scrvces 502{FGt0 Buidlru H.irtsnaoce - Palntno 502m&0f Rep.G - Equipnent 502m8-02 Repoirs - Vehlcles 502m&03 Repaits - Radirrs 5o2m+01 l,lailng - postage 50200*02 Malling - Frelght & Shlppang 5020t0 Utilities 50Z0lO0l Uuliths - water & SaniEuon 50201$02 Utllities - Gas 5020t$03 uullues.Eleculc 5020tG(x UUliUee - Trastr 502017 Audit 502021 Professional S€Nices 502024 weed Contsol 501028 Bankffrust€e F€es 502029 AcEountlng & Adminlstrdwe Fee .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 .00 13,803.00 13,0(n.00 2.700.00 5,720.00 855.m 3,s00,00 ,00 .00 .00 .m .00 .00 .00 13,803.U) r3,000.00 2.7(x).00 5,720.00 85S.00 3,500,00 .m .00 -00 .00 .fl) .00 .00 t4,225.m r2,000.00 2,800.00 6,{n0.00 880.m 3.500.00 CAN co tlitthasd *rnces Tolab .00 .00 .m ts 2s{,.00 250,00 .m o .oo .m .oo I A#ahng & tlain@1drEe S03{nr-02 Advertising - Jobc 503mr-05 Advertlthg'Other 503m2 Dues, Memb€Ehlps. Subsoiptirfls 503003 Miscelaoeous 503fix Prlnung 503005-01 Supplies-Oftice 503m5-02 grpplies - Building 503005-01 supdis - Oeaing 503005-09 Supd{er-Tools 503005-tZ Supdks-tardsGrplng 503m5-21 Sopplt:s - Carpet 503005-22 Supdies-Maintenance 503005-23 Supplies - Pahting 503m5-24 Sopplies - Plumbing 503005-25 Supdies - l"aund.y 503m5-26 Supdl:s - Apdiance Pails 503m5-27 Supd,es - Sidlng 503mG Equlpment 503m8-01 Insunnce - BuiHirE 503m&02 lnsurancE - vehkje .00 75.00 25.00 75.00 50.00 2m.00 2m.m z5{1.00 r50.00 275.N 4,500.00 900.00 600.m 9m.00 75.00 r50.m rm,m .00 9,889.fit 438.m .m 75,00 25.00 75,00 50.m 2m,00 2m.(l(} 2C),00 150.00 275.W 4,500.00 900.m 6m.m 9m.00 75.00 r50.m 100.m ,00 9,889.00 438.m .00 75.00 25.00 75.00 $.00 2m.m 200.(x) 250.00 r50.m z7s.N 4,500.00 900,00 600.m 9m.m 75.00 150.00 tm,00 .00 8,998.00 88.00 q) -Yoo o_ OF l-r I(o Run by Marianne Rakowdri on 1Ol24l2OL7 08:59:16 AM I Page 88 of $ Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 SNOWMA Acrount Accounl Oestrioalon 2017 Adopted 20t7 Arnended &x[]ct Btrlnpt 2018 Finance Fut{} 062 - l.iountain View If Fund o(P€NsE @edbn? & Mahtenaa@ 503008-03 503{n}0r 503m:l-02 s0300903 503fix)-04 s03m!l(b 503012-0t 503013 In$rance - qlEr Vefrkh E$enses - Ft el VeNde Experlses - Oil VeHde Elpenses - ParG A grpdles Vehlde Erpeflses - Egulptrcnt Vehkh Expenses - Labor Public Relatlons - Tenant Pafty uo:lorms operdting & nrantenance Tolals .00 .00 .00 .00 .m .00 274.n274.W .m .00 .00 .00 .00 .m 406.00 406.00 .00 45r,00 .00 284.00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 $19,S32.@ t19,532.00 $r8,346.00 tlli"!J' 50700r-0r s07mt-02 507m1-03 507001-fi 507001-05 507001-06 507m1-07 507@r-12 507001-20 507025 .00 .00 .m .m ,00 300.00 500.00 3,850.00 2,7tz.N 5t,288.m .m .00 .m .00 .00 300.m 500.m 3,850.00 2,712.00 5r,288.00 ,00 .00 .00 .00 .m 300,m 60,000.m 400.00 13,812.00 83.288.(a cash Purchases V€hldes Cash Purdrases - Mobile Equlpment Cash Purchases - Equiprnent cash ttrdrares. Omce Cash Purdases - Computer cash Purdases - Land Improvementr c.sh Purdrases - Buildingt cash Pu,thoses - Fumiture & Fixtires c.sh Purdar€s - Olher Reserves t sed Apital fotrb $58,650.00 t58,650.00 t157,800.00 tuansleE Out 510001 Tnnsfer Outto General 5t0060 Tran{erOrttoHouslng 5lll06f Transfer Out to Mounbh View .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 t0.00 t45,600,(x) .m $0.00 r45,600.00 .00 10.00 DebtEWDse 520002 Bond lnterest 5zmo3 Bond Bank F€es ,00 .00 Debt fxDen* Tobb $r4s,6m.m u3,507.00 .00 6906.00 .00 $t45,600.00 r r3,507.00 .fi) 6,906.00 .00 10.00 Non Ofrrating 53{n0t{6 Detreoauon - Momtain Vrew II 53000f-08 tlepref,iauon-Equipment 51m02 Amortizatlon 530099 Asset Disposal 7s3,0056, .00 .00 .00 o.Yo(o o- (J l,lon O#nling ToE b Run by Marianne Rako,vski onl0l24l20l7 08:59:t6AM il20,413.00 s120,413.m $56,753.00 Page 89 of f, O(PENSE TOTAS (oN co o r O) TransfeE Out Totals Budget Worksheet Repoft Budget Year 2018 I u;rtJ Fund $402,385.00 t4O2,386,00 $290,181.00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE 062 - Mountain View II Fund Tobls EOENS€TOTAS 062 - t'lountaln yiaw II Fund Totnls Net Grand Tobls REVEM.IE GRA'{D TOTAIS EXPEi{SE GR l,lD TOTAIS llet 6rand lolals (tr102,3€6.0o) ($402,386.00){tz90,rEr,00) $.m so.oo to.oo f402.386.m l{02,386.m $290.18r.00 coN cf) o No) oxo(o TL C)Ft-r Run by Mananne Rakowskr on 10124120L7 091fi1:24 AM Page 4 of[ Town of Snowmass Village Agenda ltem Summary DATE OF MEETING November 6,2017 AGENDA ITEM Letter of lnterest Submissions for Building 6 PRESENTED BY Travis Elliott, Assistant to the Town Manager Clint Kinney, Town Manager BACKGROUND: Building 6, the community purpose facility in Base Village, is scheduled to be completed as a "white box" in November 2018. The Town aims to have a tenant selected for the facility as soon as possible, which will allow for the tenant(s) and the Town to create a plan of action together. Staff published an official request for letters of interest for the use of Building 6 on September 2lstthrough the Town website and local newspapers. lt was also sent directly to all local businesses and non-profits, as well as many organizations in the greater Roaring Fork region. The Town received a total of 12 submissions from the individuals and organizations below: 1, ACES 2. Andrew Nolan 3. Aspen Brewing Company 4. Aspen Science Center 5. East West - Village Hall ......... 6. Emzy Yeazy lll - Lincoln Center West At The Ville .. 7. Grassroots Community Network - Snowmass Nexus 8. Maryn Coker 9. Mike Hundert - Ski Hall Of Fame Museum 10. Pitkin County Library 11. Snowmass Discovery .......... 12. Snowmass Village Parks, Recreation, & Trails .attachment A .attachment B .attachment C .attachment D .attachment E .attachment F .attachment G .attachment H .attachment I .attachment J .attachment K .attachment L These letters and proposals present a wide variety of concepts for consideration, and they vary in level of complexity and detail. They are attached for your review. 1 'l-06-17 TC Packet 1 93 of 323 FINANCIAL IMPACT The cost to finish the building to meet the programming needs of the chosen tenant(s) is to be determlned and will be dependent on the proposed use(s). Once completed, the facility will operate with minimal capital and maintenance expenses, as the Town is not responsible for any CAM fees tor 14 years. APPLICABILITY TO COUNClL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: The completion and programming of Building 6 to fulfill a community purpose is directly related to the Town Council's strategic goal of community building: "A major component of community building is creating more community oriented spaces and gathering places. ln addition, the Town needs to increase utilization of existing community spaces by programing them with community focused activities and exploring partnerships with organizations, such as Pitkin County Library, that create vitality. These community places need to be conveniently connected such that "a flow" between them is evident and high levels of vitality can be enjoyed throughout the Village. This community building initiative should further include cultural activities including performing and visual arts." COUNCIL OPTIONS Staff welcomes the Council's initial reactions and feedback on the 12 proposals, but no formal action is required at this time. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Town Council direct staff to work through the proposals and concepts to better define their needs, constraints, and how well some of these proposals could work together in a joint operation. ATTACHMENTS: A. ACES - Letter of lnterest B. Andrew Nolan - Letter of lnterest C. Aspen Brewing Company - Letter of lnterest D. Aspen Science Center - Letter of lnterest E. East West - Letter of lnterest - Village Hall F. Emzy Yeazy lll - Letter of lnterest - Lincoln center west at the viile G. GrassRoots community Network - Letter of lnterest - snowmass Nexus H. Maryn Coker - Letter of lnterest l. Mike Hundert - Letter of lnterest - Ski Hall of Fame MuseumJ. Pitkin County Library - Letter of lnterest K. Snowmass Discovery - Letter of lnterest L. snowmass village Parks, Recreation, and rrairs - Letter of lnterest 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 194 of 323 October 30,2017 Town Council Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Dear Town of Snowmass Village ACES is interested in continuing to explore potential partnerships with the Town of Snowmass Village to program and operate Building 6. As you know, we have undertaken a considerable amount of due diligence on the building and the opportunities the building could present. Althoueh we were not able to lead this effort by ourselves, we are willing to work with East West Partners, Snowmass Discovery and other organizations on a plan of action for the building that will bring vibrancy to the Base Village area in a way that aligns with our mission and goals. We already have had several discussions around potentialcoalitions that could provide high quality, educational opportunities. We still believe that this building has the potential to provide a tremendous opportunity for community engagement. While we don't have clear details to offer, please accept this as a letter of interest and indication we are willing to continue to work with the town on this project. Chris Lane, CEO Aspen Center for Environmental Studies Andrew Nolan 110 Carriage Way CapitolPeak Unitf Snowmass Village, CO 81515 October 30,2017 Travis Elliott Assistant to Town Manager Email: telliott(otosv.com 970-922-2275 Mr. Elliott: Please accept this letter as my response to the TOSV Request for Letters of lnterest for the Building 6 Base Village Designated Community Purpose Facility. l'm a residential owner in Base Village. My objective is a thriving vibrant Base Village. I believe the town should retain ownership of the facility and through Snowmass Tourism manage elementsofthefacilityandwhilealsobringingintenantsforotherelements. Forinstancethetown should lease the upstairs kitchen and dining space to a concession who will operate an ice cream, desert, candy, etc. establishment that would complement Base Village commercial restaurants encouraging people to extend their stay in Base Village. I believe the main Plaza level space and adjoining outdoor space should be developed as an indoor outdoor putt-putt and family friendly gaming area. The designated multi-purpose theater space could be used to show various family friendly movies and relevant documentaries. The upstairs exhibit space could be used to showcase various groups such as ACES, Snowmass Discovery, etc. For financing, many communities finance sports and entertainment venues through lodging taxes. I believe there is room to increase lodging taxes to subsidize construction and operating expenses for the facility. The concession lease and game fees will also help offset costs. Respectfully, Andrew Nolan 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 1 96 of 323 Aspen Brewing Company 404 Aspen Airport Business Center Aspen, Colorado 81611 (970) e20-2739 Town of Snowmass Village - Letter of lnterest Community Purpose Facility @ Base Village SECTION 1 - INTRODUCITON 1.1 - Aspen Brewing Company is an independently owned and operated craft brewery producing a variety of award winning beer in Aspen, Colorado. With a production facility at the Aspen Airport Business Center and a landmark taproom in downtown Aspen, Aspen Brewing Company continues to expand with national and international beer distribution and grow towards being one of the world's premier craft beer brands. 1.2- Aspen Brewing Company's proposal is to create a vibrant destination restaurant and taproom in Snowmass Village serving a full selection of Aspen Brewing Company beers alongside a curated wine & cocktail menu in addition to a healthy and locally sourced restaurant food menu. 1 .3 - The management structure for this facility would fold directly into our current operations. Aspen Brewing Company's existing senior management team would hire onsite restaurant and bar management to execute day-to-day operations. 1.4- WATERSHED LLC is a partner organization with Aspen Brewing Company, allowing both a manufacturing brewery produce beer as well as operate food & beverage establishments. SECTION2_PROPOSEDUSE 2.1 - Since it's inception, Aspen Brewing Company has always focused on being a center of community engagement and vibrancy like no other business in this community, inline with history of breweries being a 'public house.' Today, craft beer has become one of the most popular (tourism) industries and Colorado is at the top of that list. With award winning craft beer, craft cocktails and wine all complimented by a locally sourced and seasonalfood menu, we will create a destination within Snowmass Village where tourists and locals will regularly visit. Local musicians, community organizations and scheduled events such as beer pairing dinners will guarantee frequent and return visitors. 2.2 - Snowmass Village has a great deal of activity and vibrancy. With the proposed developments happening in concert with this project, Snowmass will be more full of people than ever before. The brewery and restaurant will maintain a welcoming and casual community atmosphere and be a needed hub of interaction between tourists and locals. 11-06-17 TC Packet 197 of323 2.3 - An Aspen Brewing Company taproom will be the perfect intermediary between the building and events plaza. An open air design will create a seamless transition from the bar and outdoor seating to the adjacent buildings, pedestrian areas and events plaza. 2.4 -We would certainly be willing to partner in this facility and believe the possibilities are endless. From science and environmental organizations to experiential or educational groups, we envision a great partnership with any and all Snowmass Village neighbors. 2.5 - A hypothetical calendar would include: Regularly scheduled local and regional music; frequent beer pairing dinners, daily happy hours, frequent sports viewing parties from College and National Footballto Olympics and World Cup Soccer and more, group events including local and regional non-profit and business organizations, and much more. The facility would be open 12 hours daily, 7 days/week, year-round with limited 'off-season' closing. 2.6 - Our market audience is very inclusive, while being adult focused Aspen Brewing Company's taproom in Snowmass Village would engage locals and tourists, young and old, all while being family friendly as well. SECTION 3 - COMMUNITY PURPOSE 3.1 - Breweries have been the cornerstone of communities throughout history. Aspen Brewing Company's Snowmass Village taproom would create a unique end enriching experience for all those who live, work and visit by creating a vibrant community space, serving great food and libations in the unique pretext of Aspen Brewing Company with a steady schedule of engaging events year-round. 3.2 - Our proposal would become the hub of vitality in Snowmass Village: as a meeting spot after skiing, biking or hiking; a place to kill time before going out to dinner; a great and casual dinner option itself; the place to grab a drink after dinner or during any of the local programming for the events plaza', and ultimately a destination in itself. SECTION 4 - FINANCIALS 4.1 - a) Capital expenses related to building finishes for the proposed use would be financed internally from Aspen Brewing Company. Depending on the condition of the unit we estimate finishes between $100,000.00 & $500,000.00 b) operating and maintenance expenses will come from revenue generated by the brew-pub business. 4.2 - No anticipated admission fee. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 198 of323 October 16,201,7 Clint Kinney Town of Snowmass Village, Manager ckinney@tsov.com Dear Clint, It was great to meet with you last week to discuss options for building 6 in Snowmass Village. Aspen Science Center is interested in continuing a discussion for this property, along the lines we discussed. ASC is not interested in taking the lead in a massive fundraising project to take over, occupy and operate the building. However, it sounds like that is not what you are looking for either. What we discussed was having the town of Snowmass Village [SMV) create a multipurpose "STEAM" center. You would get a half dozen or so nonprofits together to figure out how to best design the space [ASC, ACES, Pitkin County Library, Snowmass Ice Age Discovery, Anderson Ranch, etc.) so that we could all use it to delivery programming in SMV. It could have different areas, like a black box theater, meditation rooms, wet lab/kitchen, ventilated hoods, computer lab, maker space, etc., that would be available for the consortium of nonprofits to use and deliver programming. We would design it collectively so that it would work for all of us. As you said, the goal would be for this space to be free for participating members, with no risk - the space would be free to use, so participating organizations could utilize it to deliver programming on a low-cost basis. You said that usage for the participating organizations would be free of charge, which of course we support! We discussed the town of SMV using some of the money coming from the developer and Holy Cross Energy to buy a "science on a sphere" module and some other components, and using the annual stipend to hire a person to oversee the facility and coordinate the various partners usage of the space. Aspen science center sees this as a possible opportunity to help bring new and exciting programs to the residents of and visitors to Snowmass, is interested in pursuing this conversation, and encourages the council to pursue discussions along these lines. Regards, David Houggy, President 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 1 99 of 323 L/* i il,nL UILLA$E H&LL Snowmoss Villo g e, C0 lcl 2077 ,-.J r r f;rygUflUlAFs ?';'ti;'r''200 of 323 IOUJN SUBMIiIRI III *1 aa J. a I iEI ('- ffi-ru /ha /tub 5B\Z 1 TRBLE OF CONTENTS UILIIGE }IAIL GORLS & VIS]ON SETTINE THE BUITDING PLRZR LEVEL RRRIVRL LEVEL HOI.-U II L,IJILL tlJORH CONTRCT 11-06-17 TC Packet 3-5 6-2 10-11 12-20 2t-21 25-35 36 201 of 323 2 tllt a ,, .,1 s3v ru GORLS UILLIBE }IATL Cra,ole, o Dgnomic, filo de,rn CommunitV 6o the,rin S oce For', Locol fion-ProFit Colloborotion Rrt, fnusic, & Film Troditionol & Digitol Goming Fun, Fnends & Fomilg onn ection To The'Plozo ?, Ice Rink o)o--{-lr N-t- ) \c t C.o C)o 3 3 Ct. Spu oke,rs, Lec tur e,s, & Leorning CoFF ee, Food, & Drink 1 1-06-17 TC 3 53\Z "{g VISION UILTABE l{[tt THE CHPERIENTIRL RND CULTURRL CENTER OF SNOUTNRSS. TRPPING THE I"NR6IC OF THE BORBING FORH VRLLEY,S BEST ORGRNITNTIONS TO ETNBODY THE RRT, I'NIND, SPIBIT , & JOY OF RSPEN SNOUTNRSS IN R DYNRTNIC, FUN SETTIIIG. PLRY. ERT. DBINH. LERRN. CBERTE. GRIH ,THE FffiRRTBERT OF ft,IIJSRLD-CLRSS VILLRGE 4 EH€CUT]()N UILIIBE }I[LL OBGRNITED RND RUN RS R NEU NON-PBOFIT BORRD CONTBOLLED BY COTNI^NUN]TY COI'NTNUNITY FINRNCIRL SUPPOBT BEOUIBED 11-06-17 TC Packet 204 of 323 5 s3v THE S€TT1N6 UILLAGE IIATI Snowmoss Bosa Villoga, on intzrnotionol mountoin re,sort ds,stinotion ond locol communitg gothzring ce,nt e,r . Villogz Holl is of thz canl er ol it oll thamoticollg ond phgsicollg, odjocant to thz Limzlight Hotal ond Snowmoss flrrivol Ce,nt a,r, Szomlzsslg integrotad r-uith o n ew Public Plo ZO, Tce, Bink, & Chil Jrnn's Fountoin 205 of 323 6 g3t1 11-06-17 TC Packet THE SETTIN6 UILTAGT 1IALL THE HERBT OF BRSE VILLREE SERMLESS INT€GRRTION UJ]TH THE PLRZR & ICE RINH RDJRCCNT TO THE LITNEIGHT HOTEL 11-06-17 7 i LOT 2 '-rHOXMAS sNor.ri'rAss onLOT 3 TH€ SETTIN8 - SOUTHI1J€ST FRCING BEND€BING UITLAGE llfltt LUrnrn I ilI 1 1-06-'17 TC Packet 207 of323 8 II q ;l a :r aI.A -/ UIILIGE IIIIL ry L ti t f, 11-06-17 TC Packet 208 of 323 onE SHOXMASS onE SNOHMASS LUrnrn 9 THE SETTING _ NORTHERST FRCIN8 RENDERING iT I' -.t@ f,.? I I n ,: i EVENTS .T IEBI , I n TH€ BUILDING UILTAGE 1IALL filodarn ond memoroble, in ond out, Locol Housed in o stote-oP-tha-ort buildinq de,si Rspzn orchitact Horr gI e,ogua, L lly inspirad, fconic, gned bglegendory U l tlilt * *lj--. --. =----', - -, ----- '.---.ii ll.at rt 7;i s t IT 10 t t* a TH€ BUILDING UILLIGE HAtt CffI]POI]EI]]S Indoor-outdo or e,x?elie,nce,, CoF. by doy, bor by night. Vibront olwogs. Saomless integrotion flrom lorge potio down to Plozo, Services Villoge Holl, thz Plo zo, & Ice Rink with gourmet coll ee,, da,licious light ?ore,, curotad wincs, locol bre.ws, ond crolt cocl-<toils, 2JhaHolli Dynomic plozo-le,vel llex spoc€ Por orts, music, lilms, le,clures, closses, ond other Fomily progromming on the upper (plozo) le,ve,l. Tha culturol cenle,r oF Snowmoss, Lowar (orrivol) le.ve,l with billiords, shulPleboord, ping-pong, ond Poosboll, clossic orcode gomes, digitol goming, ond q virtuol reolity e,xpe,riencr-, 11-06-17 TC Packet 210 ol 323 1L ssr PLRZR LCVEL - B€NDERING UILIIGE HILL t2 m rHE HRLL FLEH $PRCE I -..'.-rt n t' I "T ', t,"l ffiffie -t--Til I A PLRZR LEVEL - CONCEPTURL LRYOUT CRFE & BRB - FLEH SPRCE FOR CLRSSES NUSIC, RRT, LECTUBES, & FILM ttt ,l I '& L& -gt€ re.4/adft ") 7) ,2, .v tfr 11-06-17 TC Packet ffid?.a 212 oJSZl dn+ I;k"* I , t \ UILLAGE H[Lt ffig.W4t*. 6-} *B' I -a fo\v' r::9v' r I ?v PLRZR LEVEL _ CRFE & BRR UILIIBT HALL 11-06-17 TC Packet ]NDOOR-OUTDOOR I CRFE BY DRY, BflR BY NIGHT I RLL1JRYS VIBBRNT 213 of 323 t4 t' ,/ -1 I L - I -"5- I q tA1 l. 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Somc oF hovc not evcnbcenconlocted gct. Local Bands Series (by Snowmass Tourism) 20 WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Sushi Making Film Premier (by Sake) FRIDAY SATURDAY Building Series (by Rocky Mountain I nstitute) Smith Pointing Exhibit Smith Painting Ranch) Family Sip & Paint (by Ra nch)Exhibit Opening. Meet the Artist- (by Chasing Coral (by ACES) The F3T - Night 1 (by The F3T - Night 2 (by Fly Fishing Film Tour) Fly Fishing Film Tour) Community Contra Dance (by Roaring Fork Social Dancers)Intelligence (by Aspen Society - Artificial Sip & Paint (by Ra nch) & S'mores (by Taking Great Pictures (by Anderson Ranch)in Colorado (by Change - Shervl Green Photooroohv Exhibit Sheryl Green Photography Exhibit Opening. Meet the Artist. (by Anderson ltns care Hotiday I concert lbv Jazz lespen Snowmass) I 2t Elf the Musical (by Colorado Theatre 22 Bean Bag Theater. A Christmas Story (by Village Hall Staff) 24 25 26 27 td) 313029 Community HolidaV Dance (by Roaring Fork Social Dancers) Gingerbread House Competition (by Ranch) Malcom Gladwell Outliers Lecture (by Aspen lnstitute) Coral (by Family Sip & Paint (by New Year's Eve Family Ranch) Party (by Snowmass Tourism)s31r OTHER RBBIVRL LEVEL _ BENDEBING UILIIOE H[L[ 11-06-17 TC Packet 220 of 323 21 -s, ?r-I/ -J* ji il s31r RRRIVRL LEV€L _ CONCEPTURL LRYOUT UILLAGE }I[tt TRRDITIONRL & DI8ITRL GRMING -/ '( xe ffi & .@ E ex L I game I t ? e.e b" 11-06-17 TC Packet { 221 of 323 lb'Arl t I IIIJT ( .t -ls : t I I I I U RRRIVRL LEV€L - GRME LOUNGE UILLASE IIILL 11-06-17 TC Packet TRRD]IIONRL & DIGITRL GRMING I R CONSIRNT RCT]V]IY RNCHOB 222 of 323 23 : x ; .\ )* at. ( 7 H: E / adt 1 ,N 7 { t,, ;Tar ll & I :i Lr E ,ll t N i *TIEl) I \ RRRIVRL LEVEL - FLEH P(]TENTIRL UILIAST IIALT The 6ome Lounge will pro vide Villoge Holl with o reg -lr r-l Ioc lrvr l9 oncnor, ulor, stoble The gool is to build out the Gome Loungz in on opun, zFfliciznt monnzr such thot it con uvolv I ove,r tirne,, Portions of this orrivol level could potentiolly ba convelte,d lo othar use,s ovq.r time (tempororilg or permonentlg), de.ge,nding upon demond ond pre,?e,re,nces, 11-06-17 TC Packet 223 of 323 24 sw I.IJHO I.UILL BUN 1T?UITLABE HALT Villoge Holl will op e,rote, os o ncwlg flormed non- P tj,roPit enfit Governad by o boord ol locol stol-<aholders with signiPicont communitg inflluence ond Pundroising copocity, Proposed boord compositioni 1 TOSV Re 1 Rspen Skiing Compong Rzp, 1 Eost LlJest Bup, I Bose Villogz ffioster flssociotion Residantiol Rep, 3 Rt-L orge, Communitg Re Boord will meet luorle,rly to zstoblish ge,nerol strotegic objectives ond budgets, Dedicoted stoPP will be in chorge oF speciPic eve,nls scheduling, exoct progromming, dog to doyrr ltc,oPero I rons, c Villogz Holl to hire, Executive, Director ond P, Ps othu r stoPF to run operotions 0R outsource these Funcf ions 1 1 -06r ld8 &1"8i g o n i z o t i o n w i t h r e,l SibflTto p e r o t i o n ol a,xp er lis e,,25 LERSC STRUCTURE ullt[0E ltfitt LEflSE: Villoge Holl will leose the building From thz IOSV For o nominol omount, Initiol le,ose, te,rrn 5 geors, Cflln is olreodg covered by Bose Villoge Co, (Puture, re,side,nts onlg) for the Pirst 1I yeors oF the building's li0a, le,ose, will contoin certoin ge,ne,rol orometars thot Villo I e Holl must e,roIe, within,P oP col e,/bor ond e,ither su e,nl e,r into on F&B mon Ho will identil sPoca oP thi e,rotor Por thz s operotor 0B Vi oge b e,ose.thqt t v on l-lo 09eman will includz obligotions to se,rvice ogr ear,:enl, This ogr e,e,ma,nl Villoga Holl ond the Plozo, 11-06-17 TC Packet 225 of 323 26 53V INITIRL CRPITRL REOUIRED UIIIABE IIATL The Bo sz Villog e. de.ve.loper is spandin ge Holl core, & shzll, Thz I -$Zm to design ond build tha Villo develoger is spending onot^er $I[[1. to build the o{jocant ice rinl--< ond childr e,n' s fountoin, flll schzduled For complat llov e.mbe,r L,20IB, IUIEBIOR RL lll. n CIUL Tha linish out ond Purnishings be, desiqned ond properlg astimoted, Preliminory (ho conservotive) guzstimotz is opproximotely $3,3[n, D providzd on Pollowing poges, P ozQ, ton by J-'ll I l-sltll ne,80 lo pef ullg l- rl e lorls The gool is to roise $200k oP romp-up oP -[- rurolrn flunds in thz initiol fundroisa,g 11-06-17 TC Packet 226 of 323 27 531/ SOURCES ()F INITIRL CRPITRL UILIIGT IIILL ond Uith -$3,3[n ne,a,ded Por thz T] Build Out o gool ofl -$2001{ For Operotions Romp Up the Totol Initiol itol lleed is estimoted of -$L0fn, Ihis is o concaptuol estimote his point to be solidilizd during the concept leosibilitg period, T0Un COflTBIBUTIOfl: Thz Dev eloper olreodg flunded $200k to T0SV intzndzd Por romp up on this building plus on qdditionol $2001-< Por height mitigotion on Building 7 & B For o totol ofl $2001-<, It is proposud thot those Punds will ba provided to Villogz Holl, In oddition, it is proposad thot TOSV will lund onother $P00k, CRPITRL CRffiPflIGI'I Villogz Holl Boord ond StoPP to undertol-<e on initiol copitol compoign to Pund thu bolonce, Estimote,d of $2,2[[], Focilitg noming rights moy be oPl e,re,d os port oF this compoign, coP ott 11-06-17 TC Packet 227 of 323 28 s3v CRPITRL SOUBCES & US€S SUMMRBY ulrtA8t Hlrr lnterior Build-Out Soft Costs Caf6 Build Out Kitchen Build Out Main Atrium Finish Out Hall Flex Space Finish Out Game Lounge Finish Out Subtotal lnterior Build-Out Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Game Lounge Art Game Lounge Equipment Game Lounge Furniture Caf6 Furnishings Caf6 Patio Furnishings Caf6 Equipment Flex Hall Furnishings Flex Hall A/V Equipment Main Patio Furnishings Main Atrium Art Work Signage Subtotal FF&E Building Core & Shell 7,000,000 Operating Ramp Up s s 5 700,000 20%558,000 Uses s S s s?9 rut 2,200,000 390,000 By Tena s 250,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 400,000 6s0,000 Utilize BV Conf Center 20,000 50,000 Rotating I nsta I lations 20,000 s0,000 200,000 s0,000 By Tenant By Tenant Building Core & Shell Provided by Developer $ Use of Developer Provided TOSV Cash S Additional TOSV Cash from RETT S Fundraising 5 7,000,000 Total Sources 900,000 900,000 2,148,000 S 11 228 of 29 OPEBRTING C()ST UITLAGE IIAtt Bosic costs oP building opcrotion Gxlq,rior moint e.nonca,, heoting, cooling, ztc,) ore olreodg mondoled to be cove,rad bV the Bose Villoge filoster flssocio (flutura re,sidents onlg) Por the Pirst ltl geors oP thz building lile,, The,se, "CR[-n" costs ore, estimoted of -$100k pal je,or I totol estimote,d ffioster flssociotion contribution ofl $1,t1[fl, I.lron oro ,5 TOTEL8 nET OPEBRII0O C0S[S: fi praliminory estimota ofl totol onnuol oparoting exp e,nses is $830J-< (including the $100L< of CRm re.?e,re,nce,d obova), This re,duce,s down to o ne,l e,slimoted opzroting axp ense, per yeor oP $5001{ o?ler occounting operoting rzv anua.s ond ffioster fissociotion CRm covero Dafoils providad on Following poges, Cor ge,, 11-06-17 TC Packet 229 of323 30 53V SOUBCES OF OPEBRTING CRP]IRL UILLAGE }IATI Opzroting rzv e,nue lrom thz coP e,, gornl lounge, e,ve,nt spoc€ rentol, ond o % o? ticket revenue Prom czrtoin e,ve,nl ticket sqles help oP|set Fundroising ne,e,ds, The,se, re,venua,s ore, zstimoted of ovar $200k par geor, $100k Pe.r Yeqr contribution (lor 1t geors), It is PTOP osed thot the TOSV will provide $200k pe,r geor Por operotions, Thz Boord ond StoPl to .ort onnuol comp Lj J.oul orgns $300 nrrrr or onoorno r@motntnUU -lr l-g oParo I rng cosTs, Estimoted ot ?8r 9k eor, 230 of 32311-06-17 TC Packet 31" s3v ON8OING OPERRTIONS PBO F()RMR P&L UITLIGE II[tt VILLAGE HALL EST!MATED OPERATING STATEMENT Revenue Caf6 Rent Game Lounge Revenue Event Space Rental BVCo CAM Offest TOSV Annual Contribution Fund raisi ng Contributions s l_30,000 70,000 30,000 100,000 200,000 300,000 Total Revenue S geo,ooo Expense Executive Director Coordinator Game Lounge Attendants Marketing Event Support CAM Other S 185,000 75,000 70,000 100,000 200,000 100,000 100,000 Total Expense 231 of 323 S 83o,ooo Profit/(Loss)s 11-06-17 TC Packet 32 s3v CONCEPT FERSIBILITY PERIOD utttABE }t[tt C0flCEPT FERSIBILITY PERI0D: T0SV to provide exclusive opportunity to Villogz Holl to datoil out ond prova out this concept's viobilitg, Exclusiv e, pe,riod will znd on fipril 30, 2018, Detoils oC this will ba docurnented in o ITIOU betwezn Eost llJest ond T0SV, |.ljill ba Pormed within 30 do s oF mOUI e,xe,culion und er th e, sorrta composition os the luture boord, Villoge Holl flon ProPit won't be, oPPicioll Concapt Feosibilitg Period, Pormed until oPter thzY 11-06-17 TC Packet 232 ol 323 33 s3v CONCCPT FERSIBILITY PERIOD ullr[8E ]l[Lt EHECUTIVE DIRECT0R: fleeds to be hired right owog to leod the Pundroising ond oparotionol leosibilitg af f orts during the con ce,pt feosibilitg period, Ihis purson will be hired os on indzpendent controctor during this pariod by eilher TOSV or Eost l1Jest, but will report to the fldvisorg Committe,e, TOSV to provide $1001-< oP the $200k olreodg provided bV the develope,r to lund this contrqct, Eost [JJast will provide signiPicont support to these eflforts, os ne,a,dq,d, Eost LlJest will leod the desi gn, specilicotion ond cost zstimoting Por the Pinish out ond Furnishing oF the Pocilitg with guido nce, ond direction flrom Exzcutive,Director ond the fidvisorg Commille,a,, flo chqnge be mode, lo the Corz & Shzll oF lha, building a,xce,pI For thc ., ,ljlfhrr"n"l^nEP ond orrivol-leve,l wi?d"- upgrod es olreodg in Procu ss, thz s will 34 sBv BRMP UP P€RIOD UILLASE IIITI Prior to the expirotion oF the concept Feosibility period, l6e executive Dire,ctor ond fidvisorg Boord will report bock to TOSV thz conclusions os to lhe, ? e,osibilitg ol the concept, Ragulor updotas will bc provided to TOSV stoflP, BIGHT T0 fnOVE FORU IRBD Villoge Holl will be gronted thz rig to mov e, ?orword with e,xe,cution oC the leose, iP tha conc€ hos not motariollg chonged ond iF copitol commitments hove ht pt be.z.n sa,cure,d tou-,ords the initiol lunding gop, Tha Villo flon ProPit will be olfliciollg lormzd of this point, Eost [Jest will provide rJl.J--lr ProJac I ono consTrucTton monog e,me,nf se,rvice,s to Villoge Holl qt no cost, g a Holl Villo Hollge,(l,,I e,nde,gygSr}o be ope,n for thz11 20 12 ski Seoson,35 s3v CONTRCT UIILIBE IIATT FOR I^NOBE ]NFOBTNRTION ON VILLRGE HRLL, PLERSE CONTRCT PETEB GOERGEN UITH ERST UEST PRRTNERS @ PG0EREEn o EUPRRTnERS,C0m r3y-270-5212 (CELL) 770-7YB_7568 (OFFICE) 11-06-17 TC Packet 235 of 323 36 s3\r SlrlOlrlrMAS: BASE 1 4 w- ^*A rt/ ,I ffi .l*, n I I ,l I,{ \ I l''r,i rp /E. ''1tl'' "c r . ri - '- rx$Jiare,i" ,l- 7 ffi 'L- VILLAGE T IE 4 Letter of lnterest for Snowmass Village's Base Village Building #5 Submitted October 30, 2OL7 By Emzy Veazy lll P.O. Box 238L Aspen, Colo. SLGL? E-Mail: Table of Contents Letter of lnterest Purpose....... Page 1 Basic Site lnformation lntentions Presented by Snowmass Village.......Page 2 Letter of lnterest Requested Town of Snowmass Village Basic Outline Submission Format Below: Section 1: Organization, Staff, General Proposal, And Partnership Opportunity lntroduction........ Page 2 Section 2: Proposed Building Use........Page 4 Section 3: Community Purpose.........Page 7 Section 4: Financials.........Page 7 Letter of lnterest Purpose t. Proposal of innovative ideas and uses for the designated community purpose facility within Base Village in snowmass Village, colorado. 2. Town of snowmass village ultimate goal to find a tenant or group of tenants for the facility to bring programs, events, and features to be a primary source of town vitality and to provide a community enrichment function. 3. Tenant acknowledges expected ultimate responsibility for finishing the facility to meet proposed programming needs. This includes, but not 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 237 of 323 limited to constructing any needed interior walls, furnishing, and adding fixtures to the facility's interior. 4. Tenant outline includes how to administer, manage, and operate the facility to meet the Town of Snowmass Village goal for driving the area's vitality. 5. Tenant tremendous detail unnecessary, yet provide enough information to be adequately reviewed and evaluated for feasibility and desire and appeal of initial proposal initial idea(s). Basic Site !nformation lntentio Presented bv Snowmass Villase: L. Community purpose floor area of a combined 8,70L square feet of two floors in a two storey building. 2. Adjoins a proposed restaurant/coffee shop with an additional1.,201. square feet. 3. Neighbors a community events plaza and future Limelight Hotel owned and built by the Aspen Skiing Company, the ski operator in the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. 4. Will serve as public restroom location for plaza events. 5. Planned completion of the building (facility) exoskeleton (exterior) is November 20L8. 6. Build out and programming costs will be the responsibility of the tenant. Letter of lnterest Requested Town of Snowmass Villaee Basic Outline Submission Format Below Section 1: Organization, Staff, General Proposat, And Partnership Opportunity 1.1 My name is Emzy Veazy lll. over the decades I have spoken at, participated in and/or attended many different government meetings and/or hearings at the Federal Government and state, county and local government levels. My mission is the Town of snowmass Village mission to win the competition to generate and provide vitality for and within Base Village through a venture in Building #6. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 238 of 323 !ntroduction. 1.2 I propose a profit-making venture with a mission to monetize as much as possible whenever possible and/or advantageous to generate and provide vitality in Base Village through Building #6. Also exclusivity, creative thinking and scholarship will be wisely used. I call my proposal and my bold venture Lincoln Center West at The Ville. 1.3 Tentatively I propose a management structure through a managing limited liability company (MLLC) with a board of directors and stockholders. All, including board members and personnel, would individually wear many hats - similar to a combined J. Paul Getty and Donald Trump business method. 1.4 ln Autumn zoI-s l met with both Aspen skiing company cEo/President Mike Kaplan and COO David Perry. I presented, discussed and gave them my 7-page outline to improve and increase the Company's domestic a nd internationa I ma rket shares, operations, profitabi I ity, publicity and public relations, et al. ln early 2016l had a second meeting with Aspen Skiing Company COO David Perry where I presented, discussed and gave him a one-page outline which even covered how to effectively handle foreign currencies problems. ln Autumn 2009 special event production "Bridal Fashion Show and Fair" I pulled together a Denver fashion designer (who later designed and made Jessica Alba's wardrobe in a motion picture), a former fashion model, several times beauty pageant queen and Aspen business owner (who would train and direct models), an Aspen dentist willing to do a prize gift of a dental makeover worth up to $30,000, and a local radio magnate willing to give 5 to 6 weeks of free radio promotion. Difficulty pulling the rest together. ln 2oo2l worked out a deal with Aon insurance company for Aon in Denver to sponsor free art lectures at a willingly Aspen art gallery, but could not find a willingly art gallery. ln t997 I got the Beverly Hills chamber of Commerce and the city of Beverly Hills to hold a special affair at The Beverly Hills Hotel for the Prime Minister of Malaysia as a joint venture with the Asia Society, the premier Asian organization in America founded by John D. Rockefeller lll in 1956. ln 1995 for The Monarchist League (headquartered in London, Great Britain) I got the U.S. Small Business Administration; the city of Beverly Hills, Calif.; playboy Enterprises; planet Hollywood- 239 of 3231 1-06-17 TC Packet Beverly Hills (Beverly Hills, Calif.), the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce and others to do special things for the King of Rwanda. !n the 1990's I partnered with the New Zealand Reserve Bank and the national governments of New Zealand, Germany, France, and Great Britain with sponsorships from Beverly Hills Mayor Maxwell Salter, Beverly Hills Limited Mercedes-Benz, et al to produce and televise television programming. ln 1995 I got the City of Beverly Hills, Calif. to sponsor its very first polo game at the Will Rogers Historical State Park in Pacific Palisades through the Will Roger Polo Club. Section 2: Proposed Building Use. 2.1 f o encourage visitors (tourists and others) to the facility and to return to the said community to create and sustain on-going I propose Lincoln Center West at The Ville. lt will in somewhat be a combined likeness of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (Manhattan (New York), New York; Rockefeller Center (Manhattan (New York), New York); The J. Paul Getty Museum and The Getty Center (Los Angeles, California); the Rodeo Drive Committee and the Beverly Hi!!s Chamber of Commerce (Beverly Hills, California); a Hollywood motion picture studio like Paramount Pictures or Warner Studios; the Broadway Theater District (The Great white way) in New York City; a university like Fordham University (New York City); special events production emporium; and a must-go- to see status place at a world class level attracting tourists, business travellers, celebrities and entertainers in the manner of Beverly Hills, California (which is only second in Southern California to Disneyland at attracting visitors). Live theater use/acts/programming preferably highlighting/starring A and B list actors and actresses, but can go with A, B, C and D list actors and actresses, with theater seats priced from SSOO to 51,000 or more for a single performance/show time. The Live Theater will be a I40/t50 to 200 seat theater (2,000 to 2,900 sq. ft.). fhe seating will be movable. 2.2 The building/grounds use will provide a unique and/or sometimes a more exclusive experience on a frequent monthly and/or seasonal business cycle that will be for the most part unduplicated by any other venue in Snowmass Village, Aspen, the Roaring Fork Valley and many times the Metro Denver Area. See above 2.1. Develop a meaningful and mutually beneficial relationship with 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 240 of 323 Creative Artists Agency (CAA) where my fellow Fordham University alumnus is the big honcho. CAA is the top Hollywood, celebrity and sports world talent agency at home and abroad. Develop a meaningful and beneficial relationship with Playboy Enterprises which significant influential contacts in the entertainment industry and other business sectors. Playboy Enterprises has significant pull beyond what the uninitiated thinks. Richard Rosenzweig (nearly 60 years with Playboy Enterprises and decades old Beverly Hills, Calif. civic leader), and possibly Barbi Benton (Pitkin County resident with decades old Playboy ties), through Playboy will be helpful. Even think of world famous Playboy Jazzas a possibility. Earlier this Year 20t7 at a Snowmass Village Town Council session I proposed the Town get both former Beverly Hills Mayor, former New York City prosecutor and famous author Robert K. Tanenbaum (whose more than 20 novels are in most public libraries across America) and top class Beverly Hills entertainment attorney and polo player Leigh Brecheen for each to give an exceptionally high profile moneyed crowd attraction lecture in Snowmass Village. Bear in mind that Beverly Hills is the undisputed worldwide celebrity center with West Hollywood, Calif. stepping up in close association with Beverly Hills, Calif. New York City cannot even come close to Beverly Hills celebrity magnitude and star constellation. 2.3 The building and grounds to the adjacent land uses, including the events plaza, will be linked in a similar fashion like the Lincoln Center area community in New York City in as much as the Base Village reality permits a rch itectu ra I ly, sociologica I ly and u rba n pla nni ng-wise a nd zone-wise. 2.4 There will be a willingness to partner with Snowmass lce Age Discovery center from time to time with temporary exhibit, programming space and brainstorming modern creative museum thinking and application to overcome archaic mindset to its goal. Also there will be a willingness to partner with fashion designers and television and film production companies from time to time. ln addition there will be a willingness to partner in some way with the Snowmass Village Recreation Center Gym. 2.5 Here is a proposed bear minimum simple hypothetical programming schedule for the first year after the building's interior design and construction completion. The showbiz or event programming can be greatly influenced by the seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter), weather and climate conditions and the local, Colorado, national and international political, social, financial, and economic conditions and shocks. Monthly there will be at least one new live 11-06-17 TC Packet 241 of323 theater show for at least three days to five day period. weekly one or two different jazz acts forthree orfive days. Monthly at least 5 fashions, runway and/or informal. Monthly at least 5 to 10 lectures. Summer stock theater throughout the Summer season. Television and radio production of many of the events will be only shown inside the facility and broadcast outside the Roaring Fork Valley region in designated markets, so not much lengthy hiatus periods planned. For money-making sales from consumer event purchasing attendance most of the building for such intended purposes will be opened 7 days a week. Partial or complete closure can happen from needed planned maintenance andf or unexpected mishaps or troubles. Planned opening time will be morning, afternoon, evening and nighttime. One, two, or three may be going on at or near the same time and/or may overlap in show time period or days. 2.6 The proposed target market and audience will overall be the affluent, business travelers, the celebrity crowd, the hip people, the trendsetters, and the affluent consumer market partial to exclusivity, high culture, new insightfulness, curiosity, good manners (etiquette and protocol), self-improvement, unique experiences and broadening opportunities. There are more than 7,400,000 having bounced back toward nearly again the pre-2009 aggregate of 9,400,000 American individuals worth a net 51,000,000 or more. with this aggregate in mind any educated person realizes there are 10's of millions of American households with a total household annual income of at S100,000. Geographical markets to concentrate on without disregarding smaller markets: Southern California, San Francisco Bay Area/Silicon Valley, Metro Denver Area, Nashville, New York city Metropolitan Area, Atlanta Metropolitan Area, and Rocky Mountain States. On the Front Range will target Cheery Creek, Downtown Denver business community, entertainment industry, museums, Boulder high tech sector and academia. Constant 7 days a week sales and marketing methodology will involve ongoing heavy public relations and publicity campaigns, telephoning, direct mailing campaigns, positioning and use of influential contacts. Although demographic marketing is of importance, the psychographics will be more fully exploited. Will develop and use own niche market targets and data. Will not rely upon marketing campaigns of Aspen/Snowmass reservation system, the Aspen Skiing Company, the Town of Snowmass Village or other local marketing and public relations players. 11-06-17 TC Packet 242 of 323 Section 3: Community Purpose. 3.1 My proposal creates a unique and enriching experience for Snowmass Village residents, second homeowners, workers and visitors (tourists and business travelers) by simply providing them with the chance for them to use their personal initiative to take partial or full advantage the Lincoln Center West at The Vi!!e. They will have an outstanding chance to give themselves uplifting exposure beyond the ordinary even if they value the opportunities and save their pennies to purchase one or more value added events every month instead of spending their money on getting drunk andf or drugged up and spend their cash and credit offrivolous things and adventures. You can lead a horse to water, butyou can't make him drink. Lincoln Center West at The Ville will provide all within its sphere of influence with the motivation, imagination, tools, emotions, and knowledge for their greater sense of well-being, pride, personal achievement, prosperity, individuality, and ingenuity to broaden their horizons and brighten their lives as much as possible as social beings and rugged individualists. 3.2 The events/programming in the building will contribute to the vitality of the Town of Snowmass Village as a whole as its individuals and groups given priority to progress, self-direction and curiosity instead of continuing their past ongoing chronicles debilitating habit force and collective mind melding continue which have kept them at the fork in the road that American poet Robert Frost wrote about. 3.3 See above 3.1 and 3.2. Section 4: Financials. 4.L The tentative proposed business capital formation to finance venture: a. The estimated cost to finish the building interior by the town's original estimate would be s9,000,000 to s10,000,000. Add on another 55,000,000 for a total aggregate of 515,000,000. However, a food eatery will not be included. With a gradual and minimalist interior architectural design approach and area use flexibility approach which allows stage crafting use and reconfiguring spaces - cost can possibly be reduced or contained - think of the Aspen Art Museum. The interior can be finished in stage while operations begin with the '1 1-06-17 TC Packet 243 of 323 first finished interior sect followed by each succession interior completion the same activation. b. Start up operations investment capital would come from raising equity to finance MLLC with further fund raising from selling units limited partnership(s). Some MLLC equity may be sweat equity. c. Aquiring used assets through lnternal Revenue Service, other Federal Government, state government, county government, local government and bank auctions when possible and available. Buying useful used things more cheaply is a wise use of money. Of course, there would an expert to value and examine the purchases. d. The operating and maintenance expenses associated with the building use would initially come from the managing LLC stockholder equity, then later from sales revenue. e. The burn rate is still to be determined. The burn rate is the amount at which a company monthly loses money. lt is the rate at which the cash balance or stockholder capital decreases/is used up. Burn rate is synonymous with negative cash flow. Burning cash money can speed up a business'growth or market share expansion. lncreasing revenue quickly can make a company a market leader leading to greater profit and higher valuations. Money buys growth speed. Bear in mind that 90 percent of business startups fail in the first year, while 85 percent of to 1-0 percent are gone in 5 years. 4.2 Looking forward to operating a profit-making venture and special events attraction. Will charge for events and programming which will vary. There will be some events and programming which might be free of charge. Look to charge ticket prices of up to 51,000 for Live Theater performances by high status and high caliber actors and actresses. Talent will be booked. Gross sales revenue minus costs and minus taxes equal profit. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 244 of 323 / 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 245 of 323 Monday, April29,20\3 .r.,r, riL1, .$J. week's some orF$Aloil A7 I 246 of 32311-06-17 TC Packet lfl Beverly Hills 81611 by Thomas Watklns Sunday, Decenrber 26, 2004 Glamour. Wealth. Electlve surgery, Ostensibly, Aspen and Beverly Hllls may have a lot ln common, but a request to formallze a relationshlp between the two munlcipatiUes was turned down flat Monday ntght. Part-timeU Aspen resldent and a lalthful attendee of Aspen City Council meetings, Emzy Veazy III Esq. told councll members that he would llke to see the city reach out to thelr Calfornla confemporarles and create a Slster City relationshlp. He reasoned that Beverly Hllls' and Aspen's wealth would be the basls for a good partnershlp. Veazy sald that he had dlscussed such a relatlonshlp wlth the Beverly Hllls council and It ls receptive to the ldea, whlch he has been pursulng for two years. It ls Aspen that ls dragglng lts teet, he sald, so he may take hls ldea elsewhere. "I have been pushlng thls for a whlle and where t am not gettlng any movement ls from the Aspen slde," sald Veazy. "I am beglnning to thlnk about Vall.', Mayor Helen Klanderud sald that a Slster Clty relatlonshlp ls not determlned by City Councll, rather a specialcommlttee exists to create the Hes. Nonetheless, lt ls not an ldea she thinks should be pursued, "I am not ln favor of pursulng Sre Slster Clty relatlonshlp ln a formal context wlth Beverly Hllls," saldKlanderud. Councilwoman Rachel Richards echoed thls sentiment. 'wlth all due respect to Beverly Hills, no I do not want to pursue a Slster Clty relauonshtp wlth them,,she sald. The mayor noted that slster clty relatlonshlps typlcally only exlst between munlcipaliues ln dlfferentcountries, 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 247 of 323 t .J Aspen already has Slster Clty agreements with Bariloche ln Argentlna, Garmlsch-Partenklrchen ln Germany, Davos in Swltzerland, Chamonlx ln France, Queenstown ln New Zealand and Shlmukappu ln Japan. thomas@aspendallynews.com 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 248 of 323 I II,s voice and stag€ Prrfor' mance style. and that he has the srnans lo u$ Ue art ol oH.fa5hioned 5lory' lelling to connect wilh his eudadlces. People lend to likE and rememb€, stoties more than other ways o, communicaling because stolies have memory ttig ' gers. whkh can make taler unrorgenable. Think lou Bawls and Nina Simone. lrr:r vttr {,,arwrE aqJr. T J II .t 1, f* tI t i.tI,:. t I IIIIE C I ...!_ll\ 24frTn3 I ; t2 ootirfisfal otcfMSrS:otJ a- 9t Top Albgms Holidi tV Gift Gu :!t '\ , ru6nrpo[L WINNE ?, DECt t'tBrR l0ll U.tL f3.50 RS ,, u R$EH I Wins Jazz JazzAlbumi i& 5 more a -iqgrles 1 1-06-17 TC Packet t I E r$t .t fi Chords ff Discords , rl .t i. t|f i Ft A Maklng Memories Your feature on slnger Greoorv Porter (The Stoiteiter,' october) Porrts out that he is a natural Showman with a soulful "rtl ::i Poncho a DOiVUBTAT.CoM t; II t.- Anat Kurt fnowmass NeXus (working titte) Connect - lnspire - Entertain - lnform - Empower Base Village Building 6 Letter of Interest presented by: GrassRoots Community Network and Colorado Audio Visual and Design October 30,2077 Snowmass NeXus is a dynamic and engaging community-based live event, broadcast and digital arts center where all community members, their organizations, and their guests, will collaborate to learn, create, explore and connect. Section 1: Introduction of Organization, staff, general purpose of the proposal and partnership Opportunities 1.1 Tell us who you are. What is your mission? Nexus is a private/non-profit partnership between GrassRoots Television Inc. and Mr Burns Media GrassRoots Television Inc. DBA GrassRoots Community Network. 501(cJ3 Non-profit registered May, 1972. GrassRoots is the nation's oldest community-operated media, providing and promoting open communication among the residents of the Roaring Fork valley in 1972. GrassRoots' facilities and professional staff enable community members, public and private organizations, and their guests, to participate in the creation of digital video content they control. GrassRoots is the caretaker of this unique and authentic communit5r treasure for the entire Roaring Fork Valley community. For over 45 years GrassRoots has collaborated and partnered with thousands of residents and hundreds of non-profit organizations to produce over 20,000 live events, television programs and on-line video segments. GrassRoots has permanently stored, and is now digitally archiving, thousands of these presentations, discussions and performances, creating an unmatched historical record of the past for nearly five decades in the Roaring Fork Valley. GrassRoots has brought great ideas, in-depth discussions, presentations and performances of visiting world leaders in politics, art, economics and science into our 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 250 of 323 homes and our guests' lives. Through community television and web channels, GrassRoots integrates these presentations with the community, helping to sustain a creative, engaged and knowledgeable community that in return has become a leader in the national and global conversation. Mr. Burns Media, DBA Colorado Audio Visual and Design For over three decades, Colorado Audio Visual and Design has consistently produced many of the best known events in the valley. Our team of audio, visual, film, and broadcast professionals manages and executes productions with breakthrough technology and services. We aim to be the best in live event technology, video production, and cross- platform distribution to deliver media and facilitate communication. Colorado Audio Visual and Design contributes to several major organizations including the Aspen Institute, NBC Universal, and American Express however, we strive to put our absolute best into any project and our partners continuously look to us to help expand their resources into a memorable experience. For partners such as ACRA, the Department of Veteran Affairs, and the Markle Foundation, this crucial part of their missions are fulfilled by the services we offer. To continue to provide alternative ideas, Colorado Audio Visual and Design maintains top of the line equipment and services. 0ur capabilities reach from immersive, video mapping to live streaming events across any social media platform. Our goal is to provide the means to reach community through experience and technology. L.2 What is your proposal? Snowmass NeXus is a dynamic live event, broadcast and digital media engagement center dedicated to the creation and exhibition of art, ideas, and community endeavors in an atmosphere that encourages freedom of expression and interaction with guests and community members. NeXus is where Snowmass Village, its guests and the Roaring Fork Valley can connect; it is a live stage for community to happen. NeXus will uniquely combine presentation, performance and creative spaces, both inside and outside of the facility, with video recording, broadcast and live digital distribution capability. It is the technical base camp for Plaza events, provide meeting, conferencing, teaching and creative workspaces. It will host world-renowned thinkers and doers, people who are making a positive impact in our community and the world. Many services will be available at no charge to residents and guests; space and technology will be available for graduated fees, low and affordable to local citizens and small organizations, subsidized by profitable rates from corporate and commercial rentals. The Nexus Facility: NeXus is five community spaces, all available to non-profit partners and individuals as half- day pop-ups or longer term exhibits: 251 of3231 1-06-17 TC Packet a The Spotlight Theatre, a 724 seat Flex-Space with a permanent stage, back stage area, stage and audience event lighting, house sound system linked to outside speakers, large venue projection and presentation (PowerPoint, keynote, movie playback), wireless microphones, live band integration, enhanced acoustics for live performances, 4K remote camera system, video signal processing and recording, live streaming to all social media channels, broadcast to Grassroots TV cable channel, live distribution to any social media platform (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc..) and live distribution to Spotlight Theater Channel on streaming platforms (Amazon Video, Apple TV, etc.) ln The Spotlight Theotre, visitors, local non-profits and/or residents can create, participate in, or attend events from community discussions and lectures to multimedia performances and expert presentations of global interest. Contemporary presentation technologies will provide live, instant connectivity between experts in the Roaring Fork Valley and experts, and multi-media presentations from around the globe. Commercial patrons can host immersive, state of the art lectures, discussions, and meetings, bringing their audience anywhere in the world, enabling simultaneous interactive Q&A sessions in Chicago, Tokyo, Zurich and Snowmass Village. Imagine the possibilities of a flexible TED type presentation space located in the heart of Base Village year round. The Spotlight Theatre will establish Snowmass Village as a prominent hub for creative thinking and presentation both locally and around the world. GrassRoots Community Broadcast Studio is a fully staffed turn-key 4K studio available at affordable fees for community access, web and broadcast content production. Also used for media literacy classes, and as a commercial and corporate communications LTN studio. The adjacent mini-studio will enable anyone to record pod-casts, interview friends, learn to "live-switch" multiple robotic cameras, create graphics, and mix audio all on their own, all at the same time, for less than a pair of ski goggles. In addition to continuing to broadcast on the Grassroots cable channel the studio will also live- stream content to social media channels [YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, etc.) and also package content for delivery to streaming platforms (Amazon Video, Apple TV, YouTube, etc.) Studio X Media Laborator;z constantly evolves; it will innovatively employ current and yet-to-be-invented digital media tools and software. Including public editing suites and Broadcast Studio, Studio Xis where video artists of all ages collaborate and teach one another new software and game development. You can participate in an educational or creative game, or construct your own virtual reality. Interns and staff will help visitors download apps, upload photos, send their first tweet, or stretch the limits of creative new media software. Studio X takes the visitor's digital interactions to levels far beyond the norm, where they learn in a productive and challenging environment to create and control electronic communications. Art organizations can use Sfudro X for summer video workshops, from simple stop action animation to creating their own Virtual Reality mindscapes filled with electronic sounds they created themselves. They can then display their new creations through NeXus servers that feed content to: a a 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 252 of 323 a Community: NeXus enables and encourages: o Residents and guests to meet and engage in a multi-use, multi-venue, indoor and outdoor Community event and media center; . Residents of the Aspen/Snowmass community to program concerts, performances, ceremonies and celebrations at the only indoor/outdoor live-event community center in the valley; o Organizations to promote their missions and collaborate through pop-up installations and programs; o Community sponsored events, local organizations and their missions to be broadcasted and advertised over multiple web and television platforms; o Individuals and organizations to create digital media-based art and science, and the freedom to express personal and communal thoughts and ideas. o School children and adults to experience how communication technology and media actually function; empowering their media literacy and awareness beyond mere consumption. The Snowmass Village community will have a space that is neutral ground - where everyone is welcome to engage in civil discourse. NeXus is a place that uses media and technology to support and connecq where human engagement is emphasized and encouraged. In support of these outcomes, any community member, local organization or guest with any idea or concept intended for sharing through any kind of media, will find a iontemporary Media Center with: o Multi-set HD television studio o Personal video and audio editing and digital graphics production o Access to creative stations with web, social media and presentation software for multimedia and digital art creation. o HD video and cinema display and presentation systems.o Cable, Broadcast and Web distribution capabilities, expanding the impact of all events, discussions and other activities. The Virtual Gallery, where non-profit partners display real and virtual exhibits to guide visitors through an ice-age, an animated contemporary art gallery, an urban planning landscape or a backcountry powder glade, all at the same time. Since the space is completely flexible, it can also be used for staging events in the Plaza, as a classroom or a virtual golf tournament. This is where tech partnerships with companies that have a Virtual Reality platform enables access to both the local community and visitors, adding to the dynamic mix of programming and funding. The Plaza, where during summer an outdoor studio enables broadcast coverage and live streaming, as well as technical support and green room space, for civic events, concerts, Chili Cook-off, wine and beer festivals, any activity we all imagine for the Plaza. In the winter, NeXus can provide technological enhancement for Plaza activities such as projecting video, a light organ, and festive seasonal images onto the ice. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 253 of 323 a a a Hosting, Curation and Technical Support for Events, Classes and Presentations: Residents and visitors can all participate in and attend NeXus original events and media empowerment: o Internally curated performances and presentations (like TED Talks, E-Town, concerts, community discussions, non-profit fundraising events) for local broadcast and global distribution on social media; o Full conference services including event planning, furniture, kitchen, event management, liquor license, audio-visual support and 3rd party integration fbands, flowers, caterers, tent rental, linens, glassware, etc.); o A continuously evolving Studio X Media Maker Laboratory, creating and adapting to new technologies like Virtual Reality and 3-D animation and interactive art.; o Media literacy and empowerment instruction; o Media deconstruction and analysis; o Practical applications in media production; o Classes and discussions led by media professionals and non-profit partners; o A Community Media Archive; We all know that human engagement and communication are increasingly through digital technology. NeXus brings that technology into the community space, facilitating interactive, collective group endeavors that unite rather than separate us. At NeXus, digital technology is used to connect and strengthen our communal bonds, create connections with our visitors, and allow our community to be collectively heard at the click of a mouse. 1.3 Management Structure NeXus is managed by a Non-Profit Board of Directors, including appropriate Snowmass Village stake holders, aided by community advisory groups such as the NeXus Think Tank, will guide and advise the Executive Director, Chief Operations Officer and professional staf{, plus intern and volunteer support. Board Members, GrassRoots staff and C0AVD staff are all active local residents. f ohn Masters, GrassRoots Community Network Executive Director, has 35 years of professional experience in video and television production, including developing and managing several resort market television stations. He has produced over 2,000 video and television productions, including live performances, visitor information programming, ESPN sports specials, and programs on pBS, Discovery, A&E and Lifetime. He has directed GrassRoots for 16 years, being instrumental in improving service levels, revenues and community involvement. He has degrees in Telecommunications and Business Administration. Remote field production equipment to borrow or hire with professional operators. The colorado Audio Visual and Design Team have designed, managed and produced broadcast television, live concerts and events, large-scale festivals, trade shows and exhibits, and social media campaigns for over 35 years. a 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 254 ot 323 1.4 PartnershipsandCollaborations GrassRoots Community Network and Colorado Audio Visual and Design collaborate with dozens of local nonprofits and businesses every year. It is our joint objective not only to provide all local organizations with video and television production facilities, but also expand distribution of their events, presentations, fundraisers, performances, discussions and any other content they wish to create to a much wider audience than the live attendees. This global reach will draw larger, international firms to experience the attractive community and guest experience Snowmass Village has to offer. GrassRoots served and partnered with 120 non-profit organizations last year. Most recently, GrassRoots has partnered with: Colorado Audio Visual and Design continuously partners with: r Snowmass Chapel . Explore Bookstore . Clean Energy Economy for the Region . Aspen Chamber Resort Association . Yampah Mountain High School o Aspen Art Museum . Powder to the People . Aspen funior Hockey o Sustainable Settings . Aspen Words . ABC News r American Express and Media . Anderson Ranch Arts Center . Aspen Branch . Aspen City of Wellbeing . Aspen Historical Society . The Aspen Ideas Festival . The Aspen Institute . Challenge Aspen . Aspen Jewish Community Center . Aspen Meadows Resort . Aspen School District . Aspen Skiing Company . Belly Up Aspen . Bezos Family Foundation . Bloomberg TV . City of Aspen . Town of Snowmass Village . Rocky Mountain Institute . Aspen Center for Social Values o Wilderness Workshop o Aspen Middle School . Aspen Valley Hospital o Mountain Rescue Aspen . Legends ofAspen . Aspen Journalism. Aspen Community School . Aspen Choral Society . Aspen Brain Institute . CNN. Colorado Mountain College. Colorado Tourism Office . DemocraticGovernorsAssociation . Department of Veteran Affairs . devlNC (Aspen Food and Wine Classic)o ESPN . Facebook . Fox News . Home Shopping Network . Markle Foundation . MSNBC . NBC . NPR . Pine Creek CookHouse . Promedicalnternational . RepublicanGovernorsAssociation . Sanguine Report . Time Inc. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 255 of 323 Section 2: Proposed use of the Building 2.1 Creating on-going vitality, return visits. NeXus is a civic intersection where visitors meet and interact with community members, connect with the community's past, participate in its present, and transmit into its future. NeXus enables many different elements of our community and visitor population to freely associate and combine, learn and create together. NeXus thus becomes the catalyst, an event in itsell stimulating social interactions resulting in new ideas, solutions, works of art and technology, and then projecting those creations throughout the community and the world. NeXus will be the flexible, ever changing home for pop-up exhibits, events and demonstrations by non-profit organizations and trade groups; it will house film f,ests and lecture series, antique and dinner shows, rehearsals and recitals, multimedia salons, yoga, indoor archery competitions, sumo wrestling, anything that fits. It will be a trendsetting and extremely valuable asset to every conference group visiting Snowmass Village. There will be concerts, community jam sessions, poetry and improv, performance art and experimental video. NeXus is where community members can meet for panel discussions, candidate debates, fundraisers, and dance classes, all video recorded or live streamed if desired. Visitors can attend, participate and create. Something, perhaps everything, will be different each return visit. Once users and visitors to NeXus realize both the value of the personal interaction they experience in the facility, as well as the positive feedback they receive from the wide distribution of their experience over social media, streaming video platforms, broadcast and cable, they will enthusiastically and comfortably come back for more. In our decades of experience at GrassRoots and Colorado Audio Visual and Design, we've found that many patrons and production partners have returned for many years, some every week, more every month, most every year. o Over 50% ofthe present visitors and users of GrassRoots' current facilities are return visitors. o Over 90o/o of content creators and community producers return to create more programming. o 33o/o of web visitors return each month, so an ever-growing number of new visitors to our GrassRootsTV.org are becoming repeat visitors.o COAVD has a92o/o customer return rateo COAVD currently has a 5 star rating on Google and Bing Nexus will provide Snowmass Village with a surprising amenity unique in resort villages. Guests will attend events, presentations, discussions and performances featuring renowned experts and leaders, meet friends and collaborators, as well as watch or participate in the production of television programs in an inviting and friendly facility. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 256 of 323 2.2 Unique community facility Too many local organizations and ad hoc groups have inventive and impactful ideas for gatherings and conferences but have no affordable facility to realize them. NeXus enables individuals, groups and organizations to perform, present, create and record a wide array of performances, presentations and activities without the expense of finding and paying for larger venues, or more commonly, the use of perhaps more affordable, but ill-suited locations in basements, hotel break out rooms or even the back of restaurants -- all lacking audio-visual equipment, proper lighting and video recording capacity. NeXus levels the playing field between well-funded and budget constrained organizations by providing turn-key, fully equipped and supported public spaces at affordable rates. The NeXus concept is not only unduplicated in Snowmass Village and the Valley, it is a dynamic community asset, unmatched anywhere outside of the nation's largest metropolitan areas. NeXus is a digitally enhanced community Hub of Collaboration. It is modeled on and inspired by facilities like the BRIC (Brooklyn Information and Culture), presenting "programs in contemporary art, performing arts, and video that reflect the creativity and diversity" of the local community, "advancing and nurturing emerging voices and works-in-progress by local artists and media makers. BRIC supports open access to arts and media by making programs available without charge or at very low cost, through education and public programs, and by enabling and amplifying individual and community voices." https ://www.bricartsmedia.org More than a Snowmass community arts and presentation center, NeXus invites all visitors to engage on some level - from simply observing, to operating a camera, to hosting an event, to performing their art, to creating their own ski video, to presenting a painting in a virtual 3-D gallery. Community members and visitors are immersed in a "caf6 of free expression;" spoken word, new media, electronic performance, light sculpture, dance, theatre, digital graphics, music, scientific experiments, even 3D projection and video conferencing. The on-site kitchen facilitates catering events, cooking demonstrations, community meals and other special events limited only by the imagination of the community members themselves. NeXus will be an affordable performance space, a meeting hall, a classroom, a Community Center for New Media, an open creative facility focusing on the recording, transmission and permanent archiving of the community's creativity, ideas, passions, dreams, challenges and progress; NeXus will inspire, innovate, and educate. 2.3 Linking building and plaza NeXus is both figuratively and literally a central hub for events and activities in Base Village, Snowmass Village, and the Valley. It is a core neighbor and partner with the surroundi-rg businesses and lodging. It brings programs, events and theatrical features to plaza events,and is also the support facility for other adjacent outdoor events and plaza uses. In summer, NeXus is an ideal conference venue for any and all types of revenue generatingevents such as business conferences, weddings, religious ceremonies, parties of all kinds,anniversaries, music festivals, and food festivals. it provides an annex for other more 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 257 of 323 established festivals such as JAS, Snowmass Village Summer Concert Series, Mammoth Festival, Aspen Food and Wine and many more. The Plaza is an outdoor studio, with many of the uses of The Spotlight now under a silk shade, with Base Village and Sam's Knob as the background. Nexus is the source for power, communications, dressing rooms, green room, set and equipment storage for staging that backs up to NeXus, providing unobstructed views from all adjacent lodging properties for concerts and events. All Aspen based event and conference venues are completely booked in the summer and no other venue in Aspen or the Roaring Fork Valley will meet the demand for flexible, functional and affordable event space. In winter, roof top projectors can light up the ice with abstract designs, project the lines for curling or a broom ball game, or live video of skaters and spectators. This is just the beginning of all the ways NeXus can support and program Plaza events. 2.4 Partnering Partnership and collaboration with other organizations is integral to the fulfillment of our mission. There are opportunities for one hour to long term or semi-permanent collaborations. But the whole idea is that no one idea is permanent. Everything changes all the time, determined by the inventiveness of our community partners, who are everyone. This is an innovative, dynamic center of vitality, and we are not able to do it alone. It would be impossible as well as counter-productive to our intent and mission to do it without help from the community. NeXus will create its own programming, and so will the community, non-profits, event promoters, the SkiCo, the Town, everyone is invited to use, program and curate, and fund their own uses. It will take a Village. 2.5 Calendar Nexus is open Noon to 10pm, 5 days a week, year round, except for three weeks in early spring and October. Closed Sundays and Mondays, although it will be available for special events and private functions every day of the year. We do expect our staff and families to live a balanced life. While we curate and create our own schedule of events, classes and exhibits throughout theyear and particularly during peak visitor seasons, Nexus programming is fully resp"onsive tothe needs of the community and local organizations. So the calendar is inherently indefinable, and constantly evolving to the interests and seasonal needs, Facility use will start out slowly and build over 3 to 5 years to maximum use as Base villageis built out and planned occupancy is realized. Year i will have twice the programming asYear L' Year 5 will see five times the use and programming as year L. Geneiall!, we foreseesimilar community use as the current GrassRoots studio in year 1, or about 350 public 11-06-17 TC Packet 258 of 323 productions per year, plus 30 invited TED talk type speakers, 20 live performance events, 10 local partner sponsored events. 2.6 Market and Audience Nexus serves two broad groups: 1. 0n-site facility users, participants, presenters, performers and NeXus audience members: Individual community producers, part time residents and valley based non- profits. Day Visitors - Foot Traffic - Skiers, mountain bikers, Snowmass Adventure Park visitors, bus tours, concert attendees, retail shoppers. Direct Destination - residents & guests traveling to the base village for an event at the NeXus Snowmass Village Lodging - longer-term guests looking for something to do. 2. Local, regional and global broadcast and web event audience - friends and family of participants, other interested parties of events happening at the NeXus and Snowmass Village, new on-line audiences discovering Snowmass Village amenities, community and events. The market can be seen as four concentric geographic zones radiating out from the facility: 1, Base Village, its resident guests, day visitors, lodging and retail businesses; 2. Snowmass Village, its community members, their guests, local non-profits, commercialbusinesses and the Town of Snowmass Village; 3. Roaring Fork Valley residents and their guests; 4. Global audiences and corporate sponsors. General public marketing for NeXus will partner with and leverage the communications departments of Colorado Audio Visual and Design, Grassroots Community Network, The Town of Snowmass Village, Snowmass Tourism, ACRA, participating organizations and participating members. All forms of media will be used in order to launch a marketing campaign that will first create awareness of NeXus then invite any and all interested parties to create a relationship with us. Colorado Audio Visual and Design is positioned to use its expertise in social media advertising to create and strategically distribute a campaign across all contemporary social media channels. The Venue Manager and Conference Service Managers will be responsible for engaging local and regional event planners to create awareness for the near term in order to fili i; dates in the year immediately following the opening of the NeXus. A traditional and digital advertising campaign aimed at conference service industry publications and digital and traditional mailing lists will announce the availability of NeXus for events a yeaiout and beyond as contracts for most events are usually signed well in advance. It will be critical to the success of NeXus to launch with an initial calendar programed by NeXus staff and partners that appeals to the community and visitors and to communicate that calendar vociferously. a a a 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 259 of 323 a Local marketing within Base Village will be through digital calendar signage at facility, in- room television and concierge services, retail partner sponsorships, and Plaza events. In marketing to Snowmass Village and the Roaring Fork Valley, managing public relations, publicity, and word of mouth messaging are paramount. Other local marketing efforts will focus on social media, GrassRoots Television, sponsorship of local events outside of Base Village, and of course, lift tower stickers. Section 3 Community Purpose 3.1 A Unique and Enriching Experience By now you see that Nexus is unlike any other facility in Snowmass or the Roaring Fork Valley. We know of no other amenity in any other mountain resort that encourages guests and residents to meet, create, participate and together celebrate the life of the Snowmass community on a regular basis. At NeXus, we all have a fun and enriching experience together in a convenient, intimate and stimulating environment, in a first class digital arts and events facility. NeXus creates relationships and partnerships that will encourage repeat visits and develop long-term friendships. Our mountain community is undoubtedly a place of personal physical expression and enrichment. NeXus provides an intellectual amenity where guests will experience presentations and installations by local non-profits and residents, the same day that world leaders in unexpected disciplines present their ideas and visions for the future. Much of the point of this letter is to stimulate our collective imagination of what NeXus can be and do. The best part, the truly unique aspect to NeXus is its ability to enable so many uses and activities, and then reach far outside of the box, to continuously broadcast the Snowmass experience to the entire world. 3.2 CommunityVitality NeXus is a key component to the economic vitality of Base Village. While it creates reasons to visit, helps market to and attract visitors, and stimulates economic activity on its own, it is also a surprising amenity to finish the full mix of ski resort, adventure park, lodging, ice rink, restaurants and retail. It is one more reason for visitors to talk about their Snowmass vacation. It regularly creates reasons for non-skiers and local residents to visit Base Village.It is a well-used center of community. It is recognized and appreciated as a welcoming and spirited common ground for residents and visitors alike. 3.3 Contribution to the Long Term Success, Vision and Aspirations of Snowmass Village NeXus is a vision, as well as a physical high-tech multi-modal flex space. It is meant to stimulate cultural consciousness and develop community identity. It is dynamic; designed to change over time, both short term and long term. It is symbiotic; constantly evolving and 260 of 3231 '1-06-17 TC Packet It is inclusive; providing for, and creating, multiple opportunities for social interaction. It adds value to the Snowmass experience for full and part time residents, their organizations, guests and visitors. It enables visitors to intimately participate in the community life of Snowmass Village. It bolsters and facilitates our sense of community pride and belonging. It will project our unique cultural identity, and our thoughtful and inclusive mountain lifestyle throughout the world. It adds to the economic vitality of Base Village, while to a substantial degree, being independently sustainable. It is an accessible and helpful neighbor to Village businesses, add evening vitality and a unique dimension to a mountain resort village. It attracts new visitors and adds many new, unexpected experiences for returning visitors. Ultimately, NeXus realizes GrassRoots Network founder John Smith's vision in 1.971: " it will be affordable, flexible, inclusive ond responsive. It will be of, by and for the people of the community, and their guests. It will provide not only a forum, but also the opportunity to learn to create... to develop their own creative skills, discover the rewards of participating with others in their community, and find new and effective ways to connect directly with their fellow re si de nts and v i sitors." Section 4 Financials 4.1 Describe how you propose to finance: a) The capital expenses associated with finishing the building for the proposed purpose. Provide an estimate ofthose expenses. Total building finishing costs, including interior construction, facility equipment and furnishings: $2.8 million. Projected financing: . $750,000 Private Capital contributions. $750,000 Private equity. $200,000 Base Village Community Use fund. $300,000 Corporate sponsorships: Cash and in-kind. $300,000 Holy Cross community development fund b) The operating and maintenance expenses associated with your proposed use. Multiple revenue streams will fund operating and maintenance costs:o Earned revenue from facility, audio-visual and production equipment rental fees;technical services including conference management and planning, catering services.o on-line content subscriptions, partnerships and advertisingo Community donations and grants. GrassRoots station underwriting. Corporate facility sponsorships 11-06-17 TC Packet 261 of 323 responding to the social, entertainment, information, economic and connectivity needs of the Snowmass community. 4.2 Do you propose to charge an admission fee? If so, how much? What will that money be used for? NeXus will operate as a nonprofit toward the community and a for-profit toward commercial clients. In general, there will be no-admission fees for visitors attending internally curated presentations and drscussions. The goal is for Studio X community edit facilities, Virtual Reality experiences and other regularly curated services and exhibitions to be underwritten by corporate and commercial sponsors. Depending on the cost of internally produced performances, ticketing will be kept as affordable as possible. Basic local non-profit facility rental rates will follow GrassRoots' traditional affordable and graduated rate structure, dependent level of community contributions and grants. Commercial clients will be charged full costs, while consenting to open access. Ticketing prices may be dependent on level of required equipment, marketing, management and technical labor support, Private events will be expected to pay full for-profit market rates to help support facility operations. 11-06-17 TC Packet 262 of 323 M Coker Mr. Clint Kinney Town of Snowmass Village Town Manager November 1,,201,7 Dear Clint, I understand the Town of Snowmass Village Request for Letters of Interest for Building 6 of Base Village was intended for established organizations as potential tenants of the Community Purpose Facility and not for individuals with ideas. As of today there are no proposals posted to the TOSV website. If none of the proposals received from organizations fully meet the town's objective of serving as the primary source of "vitality" for the village as well as create an enriching community asset, I suggest the Town Council give consideration to my proposal. The Town of Snowmass Village and Aspen are conjoined as part of a vibrant winter economy during ski season, however the two towns have very different appeal during the summer season. Aspen has a cultural economy that has developed around Walter Paepcke's notion of uniting art, architecture, music and ideas presented to a sophisticated audience in a pristine setting that has become known as The Aspen Idea. Aspen has become a world-class cultural center attracting part-time residents from around the world to Snowmass and Aspen, and developed a cultural tourism market. As the Town of Snowmass Village is placing high expectations on the tenant of Building 6 to serve as the primary source of "vitality" and summertime economic development for the village, there needs to be a market demand for the tenant's offering. I suggest the 5Oth Anniversary of Snowmass Village is the perfect time for the town to embrace it's own "defining idea" that aligns with Aspen's cultural tourism - the Institute of Contemporary Art flCA) - Snowmass Village. There is an established market for the ICA - SV, a large potential donor base both in Snowmass and Aspen, and the institute will complement Anderson Ranch Arts Center providing a synergy and situating art and culture at the center ofthe Snowmass brand. The ICA-SV, a 501(C)[3) membership organization will be a non-collecting arts institute exploring cutting-edge new ideas in contemporary art, design, innovation and culture from around the world through a robust program of exhibitions, films, performance, talks and events. Operation hours will be M-Sun 12N - 11PM in order to best accommodate busy summer and winter schedules [aprds-ski/hiking/biking and school). The Palais de Tokyo in Paris - Ittp//www,palaisdet,o-kyq.cqt11,/e!/wbplvq:are - has been very successful as an evening venue offering more realistic hours for a working person or busy tourist. To help give insight into the type of programming I am proposing, I think it may be helpful to take a quick look at several websites - the Walker Art Center 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 263 of 323 \^LW\ a.w_alkela!'t.olg the ICA Boston wwtry.LEabesto"n org, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts wwwJlga.org and the ICA London ly_uryjla.ar!. The ICA - SV will often exhibit immersive new media installations by artists like Random International, an artist collective based in London and Berlin. Their experiential work "The Rain Room" ,2012 drew record attendance at The Barbican Centre in London, at MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York and 190,000 participants during a 1S-month run at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art). https : //www.yo utu be. co m/watch ?v= tOA RXy-f GY and h,ltplr arr_d plt L$e111ali qral@ryWalkftaplaA nl. This typ e o f experi e ntial artwo rk demonstrates the "drawing power" of a unique exhibition and encourages multiple return visits. The programming will be designed to also include the use of the surrounding exterior grounds and Meyer Sound speakers will be installed in a design to facilitate subtle sonic art and poetry exhibitions. The events plaza will also be utilized for free performances and events as permitted. Some examples for the summer season would be family movie nights and dance parties, both using the silent disco headphones to minimize noise in the residentialcommunity. The managementstructure of the ICA SV will include Executive Director / Curator of Art. Curator of Film and Performance ' Development Manager . Fll*t:#iTfi,T,Tffi il,na Reta, operations Manager. Rights and Reproduction Associate. Exhibition, Registration and Installation Manager ' rilI;ift xi":',Tffi #*.:::;"' Culinary Partner Note - during the initial fundraising phase the staff willbe limited to essential personnel. Although the ICA - SV would use the entire space along with a culinary partner, there are many potential collaboration opportunities with local/regional o rgan i zati o ns fo r T' -iilTliill;l "'IHllffi ill,,",*'i :l?: ?". tuzz caf 6 performances). Aspen Santa Fe Dance and their lazzDance School program ' Aspen Film : fi:il [,:1.il1].,'":;|:T'"'"'ar Studies . Anderson Ranch Arts Center ' Aspen Center for Physics 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 264 of 323 rwoothero's'ni:"i;;l'fi L;1t;ilf,iTJ',';:,ii,?|ii:;xi21gr" T B A2 7 - Acad emyz http : / / w ww .tb a2 1.o r g/ a ca d e my The ISA - SV will have a digital production suite and streaming partner in order to facilitate the participation of renowned art historians, curators, artists, and scientists from around the world in symposia and talks without having to travel to Snowmass. The streaming partner will edit and stream in 4K major ICA - SV symposia and talks. Potentialpartners are Neulion, Brightcove or Ustream fan IBM company). ICA - SV will be small in size with a large voice. As there is currently limited 4K programming on television ICA - SV may be able to be part of Comcast On Demand that offers art programming in many markets and a potential revenue stream. The capital expenses associated with finishing the building would remain $6 - $B million as the design of the interior space would remain similar requiring minimal alterations. I suggest consideration be given to the top floor patio area being enclosed in electrochromic glass permitting year-round usage fthe summer season often has afternoon rain and the temperature quickly drops after sunset). https:/Ivtvyq.sageglastcopr . This would also greatly enhance the rental potential for the entire space during closed hours. As the building has been designated LEEDS Platinum, the use of electrochromatic glass is a compatible choice. The town may want to consider applying for a 2030 District designation bttp//arcluleqllrre2030.qrg committed to reducing energy use, water use, and transportation emissions. The goal of financing the capital expenses and the operating and maintenance expenses would be to privately raise $28 million dollars - $B million for the interior build-out and a $20 million endowment. other sources of funding are grants - National Endowment for the Arts, The Andy warhol Foundation for the visual Arts and Colorado Creative Industry Grants (the town may apply for the designation of Snowmass Creative District, a certified Creative District of Colorado) and corporate sponsorship3. This is a big vision for the Town of Snowmass Village and an exciting one for the town's 5Oth Anniversary. The next step would be establishing an exploratory committee and writing a detailed plan. There is a year for potential fundraising with key events in the winter and summer seasons in order to raise the initial $B million. 1 Marina Abramovic, one of the best-known performance artists, has established the institute in Hudson, N.Y. as an interdisciplinary performance and education center, the capital of long durational work, and home to the Abramovic Method. 2 Founded by Francesca von Hapsburg TBA21-Academy is the exploratory soul of Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary and an itinerant site of cultural production and interdisciplinary research advancing a deeper understanding of the ocean and environmental challenges. 3 Most of "The Rain Room" ,2012 exhibitions were sponsored by Volkswagen. 11-06-17 TC Packet 265 of 323 Hopefully there will be a consensus that the ICA - SV would be an enriching community asset with the potential to generate "vitality" for Base Village and the community. With Best Regards, Maryn Coker 11-06-17 TC Packet 266 of 323 The following questions are intended to be an outline and guide your submission. lf you are not able to answer all of the questions below, please note that in your response and describe if/when you may be able to provide that information. Section 1 Introduction of organization, staff, general purpose of your proposal, and partnership opportunities 1.1Tell us who you are. What is your mission? My name is Mike Hundert. I have been a resident homeowner in Snowmass Village since 1976, for the past 25 years in the Melton Ranch subdivision. Among other roles, I am the Chairman of the Bob Beattie Ski Foundation and a board member of the lnternational Skiing History Association (ISHA). You would classify me as "an interested local" who occasionally has a workable idea to share. 1.2 What is your proposal? Frankly, I am a supporter of the Discovery Center who was disappointed to learn of the decision by ACES. I hope we find a way to make that happen. Perhaps collaboration is a path. As long as we are considering alternatives let look at sharing the space with a compatible organization. Last week I spoke with Justin Koski, director of the US Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame and museum in lpshming, Michigan. As you can appreciate, few people visit that museum given its location, yet it has an abundance of the sport's treasures. Justin said they would be thrilled to collaborate with Snowmass Village to create a satellite Ski Hall of Fame Museum in the heart of ski country. 1.3 Describe your management structure for your proposed use. Perhaps a shared staff can operate a combination Discovery Center and US Ski Hall of Fame Museum, making this more viable. That would also lead to collaboration of fundraising efforts. 1.4 What other organizations have you recently, successfully partnered with, if any? The Bob Beattie Ski Foundation has created several major impacts in the past few years. That includes creating and executing events, complete with the fundraising required. This includes the recent 50th Anniversary of Ski Racing celebration during the World Cup Finals here. We are an advocacy group dedicated to protecting the history of ski racing, and promoting its vibrant future. ISHA, as you may know, is completely dedicated to skiing history, and produces the remarkable periodical, Skiing History. Section 2 Proposed use of the Building 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 267 of 323 2.1 What about your proposed use of the building encourages visitors to return to the facility, return to the community, and create on-going vitality? Just look at the success of other sports museums, from Cooperstown to Canton An experience like that is something a kid will always remember. Make it interactive, with games, teach through this interactivity and engagement on both the Hall of Fame and Discovery Center experiences. 2.2 Describe how your proposed use of the building/grounds would provide a unique experience - unduplicated by any other venue in Snowmass Village or the valley This is the no-brainer question given the focus is on the historic Snowmass dig, as well as the unique opportunity to enter the world of skiing's hallowed history. l0 lPage 3. 2.3 Describe how your proposal links the building and grounds to the adjacent land uses, especially the events plaza. 4. Special events could be staged by the US Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame throughout the winter. Clearly, the Discover Center can offer infinite learning opportunities that can engage the community. 5. 6. 2.4 lf you would be willing to partner with another organization to make this facility a multi-use building, what might this look like? 7. My Proposal is to do exactly that. Create a new organization to manage the Community Properties, contracted by both the Hall of Fame and the Discovery Center. 8. 2.5 Provide a very basic, hypothetical calendar of programming for your proposed use for the first year of your existence. How many days/nights are programmed? How many off or closed days/nights are there? How many hours per day would the facility be open? 9. l'm a citizen with an idea who has the ability to "connect" people. This needs to be explored with representatives of these groups. !t certainly could include the Hall of Fame in a sense calling Snowmass Village home. That can include having their annua! induction ceremonies here. 10. 2.6 Describe the market and audience for your proposed use. Tell us your approach to marketing that use to those groups of potential users. I l. Every skiing and snowboard fan would want to experience the US Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame, watch videos of the greatest moments, understand more about the sport's heritage and the people who are the icons of the sport. It in turn reinforces thear interest in the sport, further invested in it with knowledge. That in turn leads to skiers coming back for more. A win-win. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 268 of 323 Section 3 Community Purpose 3.1 Describe how your proposal creates a unique and enriching experience for those who live, work, and visit here. The prestige of having the Hall of Fame here elevates the credibility of Snowmass as a premier nucleus of the sport, and the pride that accompanies such a unique distinction. lmagine as a baseballfan living in Cooperstown. 3.2 How does your proposed use of the building contribute to the vitality of Snowmass Village as a whole? It rallies focus on the greatest resource Snowrnass has ever uneafthed, literally, while sharing that focus with the sport around which Snowmass was created. Section 4 Financials 3.3 Explain how your programming will contribute to the long-term success, vision, and aspirations of Snowmass Village. 4.1 Describe how you propose to finance: a) The capital expenses associated with finishing the building for the proposed purpose. Provide an estimate of those expenses. I apologize, but I am obviously not in a position to make any such assessment. 2. b) The operating and maintenance expenses associated with your proposed use 4.2 Do you propose to charge an admission fee? lf so, how much? What will No admission fee - without question. You will do far more to make visitors happy by sharing this experience with them. I was at the Tate Modern last Saturday in London. They had a box that said, "Keep the Tate Modern Free. Suggested Donation 5 pounds." Then they had tickets for sale to special exhibits. This timeline is provided for planning purposes only. All dates are tentative, and the Town reserves the right to modify this timeline as necessary. Timelines & Schedules 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 269 of 323 that money be used for? Request for Letters lssued Thursday, September 2t,2Ot7 Deadline for Letters Monday, October 30,20L7 at 12 noon MST 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 270 of 323 October 30.2017 Travis Elliott Assistant to Town Manager teliotst@ tosv.corn From: Kathleen Chandler Pitkin County Librarian kathy.chand ler@pitkincounty.com To Letter of Interest from Pitkin County Library regarding Building 6 of Base Village Section I Introduction The mission of the Pitkin County Library is to enrich our community by inspiring lifelong learning and providing access to information and ideas. The library serves the County's residents and visitors. It is supported by a dedicated library property tax collected from all of Pitkin County except that portion of the County within the Basalt School District. Over the last four decades, the library has tried various approaches to providing direct library services in the town of Snowmass Village. At present there is a small collection of books people can borrow and return on the honor system located in the town office building. An internet computer and printer for use by the public is located with the books. A book return is located in the Snowmass Center. Returned items are collected three times a week by a courier that also brings books requested by Snowmass Village residents to the Snowmass Village Rec Center in order to save people a trip to Aspen. The library is governed by a Board of rrustees appointed by the Board of county Commissioners. The Library Board met earlier in October to discuss Building 6 as an opportunity to increase library service within the town, but the Trustees are concerned about resident foot traffic at this location. The library would like to participate in the on-going discussions about Building 6 to explore possibilities that might arise with a combination of entities that would create the desired vitality in this area, so as to make the library's on-site presence a realcommunity benefit. The library partners with many local organizations. ln the works right now are digitization projects with the Aspen Music Festival and School, the Aspen Historical Society, and the Aspen Hall of Fame. These projects willresult in easy on-line access to more back years of our local newspapers, Festival concert recordings, and the videos from the Hall of Fame. The library works with many organizations such as English in Action, the Aspen Science Center, the schools, and local governmental entities to help serve and inform the public. 271 of 3231 1-06-17 TC Packet Section Two Proposed Use Libraries provide a space for people to exercise their minds. With computers, printers, and wireless internet available, the library can provide a comfortable quiet spot to get work done. In this age, just because a person is on vacation, it doesn't always follow that demands of the office cease, or a term paper is not coming due when a student returns to campus. This type of place would be one service the library could provide in Building 6. A small collection could also be made available. The collection could include content to support exhibits and services of other organization sharing Building 6. Children's books, popular magazines, and light reading would be the core focus of the general collection with special requests filled by the courier system already in place. Staff would likely need to be shared with other organizations using the site, but our hope would be to train these people to serve as resources to the public to teach them how to log-on and download the vast array of e-books, e-magazines, videos, and databases to which the library subscribes on card-holders' behalf. Incidentally, the library is happy to issue library cards to non-residents. All that is needed is proof of identifi cation. Since the remodeled library re-opened l6 months ago in Aspen, the library has presented2g3 programs for adults and 356 children's programs. Events include craft programs for after school Wednesdays, lvhen schools let out early, story hours, summer reading programs, book clubs, literature lectures and readings, Spanish family film nights, and on and on. Many of these could easily be replicated in the meeting room of Building 6, or outside on the plaza. The library has a maker space with a recording studio, a green screen room for video production, a 3D printer, sewing machines, and lots of other equipment that allow students and adults to create much more in a library than a research paper. Most of this equipment is portable and could be shared with the Snowmass Village location. Library staff have much experience in scheduling public meeting rooms, and the library could offer that expertise for booking the community room in the building. The library has a very active web page serving as a portal to the catalog and on-line resources of the library. In terms of marketing, the library hosts a Facebook page, sends out a weekly e- newsletter, and buys weekly newspaper ads, and radio spots. Section Three Community Purpose A public library is sometimes described as the people's university. A library brings the riches of man's collected knowledge to any individual anxious to learn and explore. With the internet and 272 ot 3231 1-06-17 TC Packet our library's web page and catalog, and with the state-wide courier system, the library can promise this wealth to Snowmass Village within a relatively small physical footprint. We would be happy to share the programming at the main library with the visitors to Building 6, and we look forward to further exploring this idea. Section Four Financials The library does not charge fees. As a tax supported entity, its funding source is relatively stable. Because the library recently completed a major fundraising campaign and capital development project, it is currently "tapped out." There are a few capital expenditures remaining on the library's horizon-replacement of the boilers and staff office furniture, and a planned contribution to the County's employee housing program, but the library would be willing to work with the Town of Snowmass Village and potential partners to try to bring about a successful project if the forthcoming discussions are fruitful. 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 273 of 323 sl{owMAss DtScovBtY PO Box 5800 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 www'SnowmassDiscovery.org Facebook.com,/IceAgeDiscovery Town Council Town of Snowmass Village PO Box5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Dear Town Counci l, The best communities have a town square, central plaza, orvillage green that creates a naturalgatheringspacefor cultural, social, and civic life. These places are centers of gravity where you can find a community's heart and soul. There, relationships are often forged among residents, and an affinity for the town grows on visitors,luringthem back again and again. ln these central gathering places, usuallyframed by an iconic building, you find the character and identity of a place. This letter of intent is guided by the belief that an lce Age Discovery Center borderingthe Plaza in Base Village will contribute to the unique character of Snowmass Village and mark it as a place for visitors to enjoy many happy returns. Respectfu lly su bmitted, Tom Cardamone Snowmass Discovery Tom Cardamone Executive Director (970) 379-018s tom cardam one@snowmassdiscwery.org 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 274 of 323 (, O{ Letter of Interest from Snowmass Discovery, Inc. Regarding the Community Purpose Facility at Base Village in Snowmass Village, CO. October 27,20t7 Submitted to Submitted by: Town of Snowmass Village Travis Elliott Assistant to Town Manager telliott@tosv.com Stephanie Lukowski, Program Director and Paleontologist Tom Cardamone, Executive Director Snowmass Discovery, lnc. (e70) 37e-018s tomca rda mone@ snowmassd iscove ry.org I 7 4* a*2 il* l.*L' 2't .44.7 l4/- 6' / o.ta' 275 of 323 -**1 :!F I 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 1. Introduction of Organization, Staff, Purpose of Proposal, and Partnership Opp ortunities 1.1 Who we are Snowmass Discovery is an educational and scientific organization established in 2011 to transform lives by celebrating the story and communicating the science of the world's finest alpine ice age fossil discovery at Ziegler Reservoir. We are a non -profit, tax- exempt 501c3 organization. 1.2 Our proposal We propose to collaboratively occupy the purpose-designed HarryTeague building on the Plaza at Base Village. Potential collaborators include ACES, Aspen Science Center, American Renewable Energy lnstitute, and the lsaacson School for New Media at CMC. There we will highlight the seven magnificent, extinct ice age mammal species that define the discovery. This will attract visitors who willthen be engaged with the story of entire ecosystems, changing climate, deep time, and a hopeful view of the Earth's futu re. More specifically, attractions will incl ude Full size reproductions of giant ice age mammals and animations of thea discovery site along with its hundreds of plants and animals in a state of the art theater will bring ice age Ziegler Lake back to life 1 1-06-17 TC Packet 276 of 323