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04-19-10 Town Council Packets(2)TIMBERLINE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION SNOWMASS VILLAGE RECEIVED APR 12 2010 Community Development MINOR PUD AMENDMENT MARCH 201 O, REVISED APRIL 7, 201 O SUBMITTED BY: THE ELK MOUNTAINS PLANNING GROUP, INC. 4000 Brush Creek Rd #4 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 970 - 923 -9485 THE ELK MOUNTAINS PLANNING GROUP, INC. P. O. Box 11891 Aspen, CO 81612 415 Fifth St. Crested Butte, CO 81224 T /Fax: 970- 923 -9485 Cell: 970 - 948 -0802 Mr. Chris Conrad, Planning Director iulieCcDelkmountainsolanning com Town of Snowmass Village www.elkmountainsplanning.com PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 -5010 April 12, 2010 RE: Timberline Minor PUD Amendment Application -- Additional Information Dear Chris: Thanks for your prompt review of our one -copy submittal - -we appreciate your effort. We intend to make minor changes to the application binders, and this letter is intended to inform you how we will address each of the issues you raised in your e -mail of 4/7/10. Our goal is to make the necessary modifications /clarifications /additions and provide the Town Clerk with nine (9) application binders by Monday, April 12 by 10 am. Additional binders will be provided for the Planning Commission and Staff /referral agencies. 1) The Sopris existing conditions /topo map is OK but I will need a wet stamped copy of the source document from the surveyor who did the original work. Need 1 copy only. Please also provide a 11" X 17" blow -up of this information for the subject area (1 copy for me but it may be good to put into notebook for PC & TC to better read). Please see the existing conditions /topo map under Tab 9. Large format drawings are attached to each application binder for easy reading. We are working with SGM who completed the original source document to wet -stamp their work. Copies will be provided once completed by SGM. 2) Need Mean Sea Level Elevation (MSLE) for the T.O. Parapet. Please refer to the revised set of architectural drawings provided under Tab 11. The elevation for the top of parapet is indicated on those drawings. 3) Need more information /diagram regarding the site wall guardrail and how tall does the wall extend above the retained finish grade. Please refer to the revised set of architectural drawings provided under Tab 11. The revised drawings indicate more information regarding the site wall guardrail and height from finish grade. 4) Clarify what the laundry area w /in the lodge will be used for after it is vacated and describe what you mean by "removed ". What size is it? The existing laundry room is PLANNING *HISTORIC PRESERVATION *LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE & COMMUNITY DECISION - MAKING approximately 24' x 17' or 408 s.f. The applicant intends to demolish this structure to open up a connection between the existing pool area (to be filled in and converted to flex space) and the new pool and spas. For more information, please refer to Tab 1, paragraph 1 on page 1. 5) What is the "Proposed SPS (S -2)" shown on Sheet C1. Proposed SPA (referred to as S -2 on Sheet C3.0 and Sheet C3.1 under Tab 10) is the proposed location of another small spa area to be located just west of Building J -3. This is proposed as part of the new site amenities included in this project and referred to under Tab 1. 6) Need more detail on new bridge, i.e. materials & guardrail design. Please refer to paragraph c, page 18 of Tab 1. In addition, the architect has provided more detailed information on the revised architectural drawings provided under Tab 11. 7) Delineate ASC ski easement. Please refer to Tab 6 for an Exhibit from Sopris Engineering showing the approximate location of the ski easement. Upon finalization with Skico, a legal description for this easement will be developed and recorded upon project approval by Town Council. See Land Transference, Ski Easement and Owners' Permission, paragraph 1, page 1, under Tab 1 for more information. 8) Need the "Exhibit A" referred to in the SVRA letter. Exhibit A referenced in the SVRA letter under Tab 4 is the Boundary Line Adjustment Plat completed by SGM and the legal description completed by Steve Ehlers. These have been placed behind the letter under Tab 4. 9) The title commitment for the SVRA property is enormous ... identify that it contains the subject Timberline SVRA property. You could either have the title company certify that it does (letter) or Sopris identify the applicable portion of the described areas and I then will verify - save Timberline some money.... The applicant's engineer will delineate the legal description to ensure it pertains to the Timberline /SVRA properties. Once completed, this information will be forwarded to Town Staff for insertion under Tab S. A copy of the title policies were previously provided to Staff and will not be copied for inclusion in the binders. Chris, please let me know if you need any additional information for this application or further clarification. Sincerely, ulie Ann Woods, AICP /ASLA Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. PLANNING*HISTORIC PRESERVATIONYLANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE & COMMUNITY DECISION -MAKING TABLE OF CONTENTS TIMBERLINE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION MINOR PUD AMENDMENT Tab No. 1. Completed Application, Including Statements of Consistency and Compliance 2. Base Application Fee 3. Authorization Letter for Owner's Representative 4. Owner's Permission 5. Disclosure of Ownership 6. Legal Description 7. Vicinity Map 8. Boundary Line Adjustment Plat 9. Existing Conditions with Topography & Preliminary Landscape Plan 10. Development Plan of Proposed Improvements 11. Building Elevations, Floor Plans and Model 12. Verification that Improvements are not in Constraint Areas 13. Petition for Rezoning (Not Applicable) 14. Affidavit of Mailing and Posting 15. Subsoil Study for Foundation Design 16. Utilities and Will Serve Letters from Utility Providers 17. Previous Approvals /Land Use Approval History 18. Draft Construction Management Plan Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Tab 1: Application, Including Statements of Consistency and Compliance Part 1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION General Description of Project The Timberline Condominium Association (TCA), located at 690 Carriage Way, is experiencing many pool failures due to the age of the existing outdoor pool. The Association has decided to fill in the existing pool, demolish and remove the small addition (approximately 24'x 17') to the existing lodge building (J- 5) that contains laundry facilities, and upgrade the facilities around the pool area and the grounds within the complex. The exterior improvements in the vicinity of the existing pool area will include a new pool with integrated spa and a separate spa with waterfall feature that will be located southeast (toward the ski run) of the existing facility. The existing pool area will be filled in and will be used as a flex space with seating and gardens to hold small weddings and special events. Adjacent to the new pool and spa area and attached by a common wall to the existing meeting area (approximately 1,390 s.f.), will be a new exercise building with lockers and a steam room (approximately 1,137 s.f.). The existing mechanical space will remain and a new mechanical room will be incorporated into the new addition. The small addition attached to the lodge building (that contains the existing laundry area -- approximately 408 s.f.) will be demolished and removed and new laundry facilities will be placed in the former exercise area of the existing meeting /conference area /athletic facility. In approximately the same location where the existing laundry area is, a new bridge is proposed that will link the existing rooftop patio (over the existing athletic facility /meeting room) to the Lodge (J -5) to allow better access to this building for residents and guests. Please see Tab 11 for the location of the proposed bridge. One other improvement proposed as part of this project is the addition of a hot tub /spa (approximately 16'x 8') just west of Building 1 -3 (see proposed spa (S -2) location on Sheets C3.0 and C3.1 under Tab 10). This spa will be partially submerged into the ground and will be landscaped. Plans for both of these facilities are included under Tab 10 Development Plan and Tab 11 Building Elevations, Floor Plans and Model. Land Transference, Ski Easement and Owners' Permission Similar to other condominiums in the area, TCA does not own the land within its complex. The land is under the ownership of the Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA). Recently, SVRA approached the condominium associations about transferring lands, and some survey work has been completed (see Tab 8 for a Boundary Line Adjustment Survey completed by SGM Engineering) to divide up the SVRA land and distribute to the various complexes. SVRA has provided authorization (see Tab 4) for TCA to proceed with this Minor PUD Amendment request while the land is in the process of being conveyed. As requested by Staff, the Exhibit A that follows that letter includes the Boundary Line Adjustment Survey completed by SGM Engineering and the legal description from Steve Ehlers of SGM. In addition to working with SVRA, TCA representatives are working with the Aspen Ski Company (Skico) on adjusting the existing ski easement located on SVRA land. The easement falls within the land area Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 1 proposed for this development. Included under Tab 4 is an e -mail exchange between Mary Harris, Manager of TCA and David Clark, attorney for the Ski Company, indicating that Skico has no objection to allowing the pool /hot tub to encroach into this area. The applicant also met with Skico Mountain Manager Steve Sewell to discuss the project, including the possibility of allowing soil nailing in proximity to the easement, if necessary, and allowing as much flexibility as possible in regards to construction /maintenance of the improvements as the project evolves. Mr. Sewell verbally indicated he had no objection for TCA to proceed with their request for development approval while legal descriptions and details are worked out. Included under Tab 6 Legal Description is an Exhibit provided by Sopris Engineering that indicates the location of the proposed .easement. Upon finalization with Skico, a legal description for this easement will be developed and recorded upon project approval by Town Council. The applicant has also been working with the Laurelwood Owners Association regarding an equal land swap as part of the transfer of lands. A letter from Dave Jacobsen from the Laurelwood Board explaining the agreement and providing a draft Boundary Line Adjustment Plat indicating the lands to be swapped is also provided under Tab 4. Land Use History and Specific Request for a Minor PUD Amendment According to Town records, TCA had a "Precise Plan of a Specially Planned Area" approved in 1980 as referenced in Series 2000 Ord. 14 (see Tab 17). However, a copy of the approved plan has not been located in either the Town or TCA records. As a condition of approval for the "athletic club facility" in 2000, TCA was required to record a final development plan within 60 days. According to Town Staff, this condition was not met, although TCA was issued a Certificate of Occupancy for the facilities when they were completed, so the assumption is that a final development plan was provided for recordation. It is both Town Staff and the applicant's desire to rectify this recording oversight and record a final development plan for this proposed project that will reflect both existing conditions and proposed improvements, upon project approval by Town Council. TCA is requesting a Minor PUD Amendment to their previously approved SPA in order to allow the pool and exercise building expansion and new spas. The project qualifies as a Minor PUD Amendment because it meets all of the following criteria as set forth in Table 5 -3 of Sec. 16A -5 -300: A minor PUD is a project that meets all of the following criteria: New Development • Contains no more than four (4) dwelling/hotel/ lodge or other residential units. • Contains no more than four thousand (4,000) sq. ft. of nonresidential space. This application meets the requirements for a Minor PUD Amendment as set forth under Section 16A -5- 390 Amendment of final PUD. A pre - application conference was held with the Town Planner, Chris Conrad, on March 4, 2010. This application is being submitted' in accordance with Section 16A -5 -390 and this Tab 1 addresses the following required sections: Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 2 16A -5 -40 (b) Minimum Contents; 16A -5 -300 (c) General Restrictions; 16A -5 -310 Review Standards; and Sec. 16A -4 -340. Building design guidelines to preserve community character. In addition, per section 16A -5 -40 (c) Consolidation, the applicant is requesting that the Planning Director allow the consolidation of all submission requirements as part of this single land use application. This may pertain to waivers or other issues that arise as part of this land use review. Chart of Proposed & Existing Land Use Table 1 -1 provides a summary of the proposed uses and sizes of the existing and proposed facilities within the TCA complex. Existing conditions information was taken from the recorded condominium plat. It is the intent of this Minor PUD Amendment to seek an approval for all of the existing structures to remain while allowing the expansion for the pool amenities, spas and exercise building. Any variations that may be necessary for these facilities as the project develops are requested as part of this Minor PUD Amendment. Please note, however, that as indicated in Table 1 -1 below, the applicant is also seeking approval for a small amount of additional square footage (500 s.f.) for each building to allow some flexibility in the future should additional enclosed facilities be required without having to go through an additional amendment process, but only administrative review as required. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 3 Table 1 -1 CHART OF PROPOSED & EXISTING LAND USE Use /Building Number of Existing Square Proposed Existing % Open Space Maximum Floors Footage Square Footage Acreage with• proposed Height (approximate- (approximate) with SVRA land not including proposed balconies or SVRA patios) land /Min. Lot Area Residential 3 17,254 17,754 Approx. 69% (prior to 34' Building J-1 120,901 sf Or 2.775 development Residential 3 19,157 19,657 43.5' Building J -2 acres Residential 3 20,104 20,604 34.5' Building J -3 Residential 3 20,078 20,578 34.5' Building J -4 Lodge & 18,474 18,974 38' Residential Building J-5 Sub -Total 10,819 Residential Sub-Total 3,886 Commercial Sub-Total 3,769 Lodge Existing 1,390; 1,575 sf 1,390 15' - 3" Meeting Space existing pool (J -6) area to remain Sub -Total All 96,457 98,957 Proposed New 1 1,137 68% (after 2-2'-- 1" to Exercise development) top of Building (J -7) guardrail NA Proposed New 1 6,160 sf of pool NA Pool /Spa and patio (S -1) Proposed New 492 sf of pool NA Spa (S -2) and deck Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 4 Utilities The approximate location of existing utilities have been located in proximity to the proposed improvements. Some existing utility lines may need to be re- located to accommodate the new exercise building and pool /spa. The draft master Utility Plan provided under Tab 16 shows the locations of the existing sewer and water mains, and known shallow utilities. The utility locations shown on the maps are approximate and should be verified for construction purposes as the locates were performed when there was more than 2 -feet of snow on the ground. The final location of the proposed utilities is subject to change pending Planning and Building Department feedback. Below is a summary of the anticipated approach to utilities, as indicated in the Preliminary Engineering Report for Amended PUD for the Timberline Condominiums submitted to Mary Harris on March 26, 2010 by Sopris Engineering, also provided under Tab 16. Water "In order to serve the new pool area and exercise building, we propose locating the water service which currently serves the existing pool, tie onto and extend the service to serve the new pool area and exercise building. Additionally, in order to serve the new hot tub area in the northern portion of the development, we propose locating the existing service which currently serves "Building C" and extend it to serve the hot tub. "The proposed pool and exercise building improvements will require the relocation of existing 8" and 14" water mains. The proposed relocations are shown on the sheet C4.1- Master Utility Plan." Sanitary Sewer "In order to serve the new pool area and exercise building, we propose locating the sewer service which currently serves the existing pool, tie onto and extend the service to serve the new pool area and exercise building. We will be installing a sump pump at the pool as the pool is lower than the existing pool in order to pump the water out of the pool into the sewer service. "In order to serve the new hot tub area in the northern portion of the development, we propose locating the existing sewer service to 'Building B ", tie onto it and extend it to the hot tub." Drainage /Storm Water "The site will be designed to detain the difference between the pre and post development storms. The water which is detained will be collected and routed to an underground detention system. The system will release the pre - development storm at pre - development rates in the historical pattern." Shallow Utilities (Gas, Electric, Telephone and Fiber Optic) "There are no proposed improvements to the shallow utilities, only proposed relocations. The proposed relocated electric, telephone, cable, fiber optic and gas locations are shown on sheet C4.1- Master Utility Plan [should be sheets C6.0 and C6.1]. Copies of the will serve letters from all required utility providers are enclosed with this submittal." Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 5 Preliminary Landscape Plan A preliminary landscape plan is provided under Tab 9. The applicant is seeking a deferral from Town Council to allow the final landscape plan and irrigation to be submitted at time of building permit. Preliminary Construction Management Plan A draft Construction Management Plan (CMP) is provided under Tab 18 that specifies how erosion control and access will occur during construction. This document is intended to address construction issues as they are known at this point in time. It is expected that as more information regarding utility relocation, the ski easement and land transfers become available, a final CMP will be submitted at time of building permit application. Snowmelting Currently, all driveways, upper deck, sidewalks and the area surrounding the existing pool area are snowmelted. TCA intends to snowmelt the new pool /spa area if the price to do so is not cost - prohibitive. The upper deck of the new building will not be snowmelted as TCA wants to allow snow to accumulate on the roof to allow better ski access. Reauest for Waivers and Deferrals During the pre - application conference, the transportation Impact analysis and air quality analysis were discussed and the Planning Director indicated that these could be waived if certain criteria were met and the project is not anticipated to increase traffic or impact air quality. (Under the PUD section of the code the director is allowed to waive both the transportation impact analysis and air quality analysis if the proposal contains less than five (S) dwelling units or less than two thousand (2,000) square feet of non - residential space if it is determined that the impacts generated by the development are negligible and that requiring a detailed analysis is not warranted). The applicant is requesting a waiver from these two requirements as part of this Minor PUD Amendment application. There are three other reports and analyses that, due to the minor nature of this project, will produce minimal impact and are also being requested to be waived by the Town Council as part of this Minor PUD Amendment application.. These waiver requests are for the following: Fiscal Impact Report Brush Creek Impact Report Wildlife. Habitat Analysis Finally, the applicant is seeking approval from Town Council to allow the following documents to be deferred until building permit submittal: Final landscape plan with irrigation; Energy conservation plan; and REMP calculations Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 6 It is not our intention to eliminate these submittal requirements, but to allow the amendment request to proceed on a timely basis as the project evolves with input from Staff, agencies, the Planning Commission, Town Council and the public. Submitting at time of building permit will save TCA time and money. Other Issues Licensing Agreement The applicant may request a licensing agreement with the Town of Snowmass Village to allow a minor encroachment of an existing building (J -1) to remain in place. At the time of this writing it was unclear if the encroachment existed or not (due to discrepancies in surveys), and final survey work should determine if an agreement is necessary. This request will be addressed more fully if the encroachment is verified through the updated survey information. Deed Restricted Housing During the 2000 approval of the athletic club /meeting room facility, a condition of approval required the mitigation of 351.25 s.f. The applicant was provided the option of paying cash -in -lieu of $57,524 or deed restricting studio units 113, 114 and 213 in Building J -5 as an alternative. Meetings with the Housing Office and search of public records indicate no evidence that the units were deed restricted. Further, TCA is unable to find evidence that the cash -in -lieu was ever paid by them. If no evidence verifying payment of the cash -in -lieu can be found by TCA or located in Town records, then TCA is prepared to pay the $57,524 (and any additional mitigation this project may generate) as an outstanding obligation. Vested Property Rights The applicant is seeking the standard vesting period of three years for this project. Part 2 CONSISTENCY AND COMPLIANCE This Minor PUD Amendment application complies with Section 16A -5 -40 (b) Minimum contents, with the exception of the waiver and deferrals requested in the application. This part of the application is intended to address consistency and compliance with the TOSV Land Use and Development Code restrictions and standards. Applicable sections of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code are re- printed here in plain text, with responses to each restriction or standard provided by the applicant in bold text. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 7 16A -5 -300 (c) General Restrictions (c) General Restrictions. Although one (1) of the purposes of these PUD regulations is to provide flexibility in the land development process, this Section is intended to define the limits of that flexibility. The following restrictions shall apply to all PUDs: (1) Minimum land area. There shall be no minimum land area qualification in order to be eligible to apply for a PUD, provided that PUD approval shall not be granted solely to permit variations to develop a single lot, building or use. The proposed PUD Amendment will apply to the Timberline Condominium Association buildings, uses and lands that will be acquired through land transfers and exchanges as described above. TCA land area will be approximately 120,901 s.f. which will be used to establish the minimum land area necessary to comply with this restriction. (2) Location. A PUD may be developed on any land located within the Town. The land that is.the subject of this Minor PUD Amendment is located within the Town of Snowmass Village. (3) Uses. The land uses permitted in a PUD shall be limited to those uses that are allowed, or are allowed by special review, in the underlying zone district. The current underlying zoning on the subject property is SPA -1 Specially Planned Area. Under the SPA, the current uses of TCA include lodging, restaurant (Butch's), meeting /conference area, open space, outdoor pool, and athletic club facility. The proposed uses remain as currently allowed, but will allow the expansion of the athletic club facility, a new pool /spa area, and a second spa /hot tub. No other new uses are proposed under this Minor PUD Amendment. (4) Maximum buildout. The Comprehensive Plan contains an analysis of future buildout of single - family subdivisions and other developments within the Town limits. It identifies the maximum number of future lots /units and commercial /other space that may be developed within each subdivision, parcel or other development. The Unit Equivalency Chart, found in Table 5 -4, defines what constitutes a unit by distinguishing between the various dwelling types and sizes and specifying an equivalency factor to be utilized to establish the number of existing units within a currently developed parcel and /or the future buildout units that will be generated by the proposed new development. The buildout analysis, for the purpose of determining maximum buildout, shall be conducted as follows: Table 18 in the newly adopted Comprehensive Plan Update does not address non - residential buildout, therefore, it is not clear how this restriction should be addressed. If the "not applicable" responses below need to be modified according to the Planning Staff, the applicant will modify with input from Staff. a. Undeveloped parcels. For undeveloped parcels containing no dwelling units, the Comprehensive Plan future buildout chart shall be used to establish the maximum number of future lots /units and commercial /other space that may be developed within the parcel, and the Unit Equivalency Chart shall be used to determine the number of future buildout units that are being proposed by the new development. Not applicable. b. Partially developed parcels. For partially developed parcels, each existing dwelling unit or residential lot shall first be counted as one (1) unit. The total number shall then be subtracted from the future buildout number specified within the Comprehensive Plan buildout chart to establish the available buildout unit amount. The Unit Equivalency Chart shall then be used to evaluate the existing development and to establish the existing buildout unit amount. The total of Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 8 the available and existing unit /lot amounts shall then be considered as the future buildout unit amount used for determining maximum buildout, and the Unit Equivalency Chart shall be used to determine the number of future buildout units that are being proposed by the new development. Not applicable. c. Fully developed parcels. For parcels where the total number of the existing dwelling units, where each dwelling unit or residential lot is counted as one (1) unit, equals the future buildout number specified within the Comprehensive Plan buildout chart, the Unit Equivalency Chart shall be used to evaluate the existing development and to establish the existing buildout unit amount. The existing buildout unit amount shall then be considered as the future buildout unit amount for determining maximum buildout, and the Unit Equivalency Chart shall be used to determine the number of future buildout units that are being proposed by the new development. If the Town Council determines that the PUD complies with the applicable provisions of this Subsection (c), General Restrictions, the standards of Section 16A -5 -310, Review Standards, and any other applicable provisions of this Code, then a PUD may develop up to, but not more than, sixty -five percent (65 %) of the maximum number of future lots /units and commercial /other space identified for that subdivision or other development in the buildout analysis. The Town Council may approve a buildout that is less than or greater than sixty -five percent (65%), based on the following standards: a. Lesser buildout. A lesser buildout may be approved by the Town if, during the evaluation of the compliance of the PUD with the applicable review standards, it is determined that there are site specific physical constraints on the property that would limit its appropriateness for buildout (such as the presence of wetlands, flood plains, steep slopes or wildlife habitat), or the applicant has been unable to adequately provide public improvements or services necessary for the development, or the buildout would be incompatible with surrounding land uses or with the character of the community as described in Section 16A -4 -340, Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character, or if other pertinent limitations are identified. Not applicable. b. Greater buildout. A greater buildout may be approved if the Town Council finds that the PUD achieves one (1) 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 16A -5 -310, 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 exceptional circumstances where it can be sufficiently demonstrated by the applicant that the resulting development will, for good cause shown, exceed the PUD review criteria standards, a reconsideration and amendment of the future buildout analysis chart allocation for that subdivision, parcel or other development may be considered. 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. Not applicable. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 9 TABLE 5 -4 UNIT EQUIVALENCY CATEGORIES SQUARE FOOTAGE UNIT EQUIVALENT MULTI- FAMILY I Less Than 1,000 s.f. 0.5 MULTI- FAMILY II 1,000 s.f. - 1,500 s.f 0.50 +.05 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 1,000 s.f. MULTI- FAMILY III 1,501 s.f. - 2,500 s.f. 0.75 +.10 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 1,500 s.f. MULTI - FAMILY IV More Than 2,500 s.f. 1.75 +.25 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 2,500 s.f. SINGLE - FAMILY I Less Than 2,500 s.f. 1 SINGLE- FAMILY II 2,500 s.f. - 4,500 s.f. 1.0 + .10 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 2,500 s.f. SINGLE - FAMILY III More than 4,500 s.f. 3.0 +.50 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 4,500 s.f. HOTEL /LODGING I Less Than 500 s.f. 0.25 HOTEL /LODGING II s.f. 500 s.f. -1,000 0.25 +.10 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 500 s.f. HOTEL /LODGING III More than 1,000 s.f. 0.75 +.25 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 1,000 s.f. (5) Dimensional limitations. Certain dimensional limitations applicable to the property may be varied within a PUD. The limitations that may be varied are those of the underlying zone district; or, for properties for which a PUD or other development plan has previously been approved, the limitations set by that approval. For any property designated PUD or SPA without an underlying zone district, the applicant shall submit an application for an amendment to the Official Zone District Map to designate the underlying zone district for the property. This application shall be submitted in conjunction with the preliminary PUD application and shall be used to rezone the property at the time of final PUD approval to a zone district containing dimensional limitations in order to establish the applicable dimensional limitations for the property. Only the following dimensional limitations may be varied: Due to the fact that the SPA cannot be located, it is difficult to determine what dimensional limitations were established. This application presumes the existing conditions were approved. a. Maximum allowable height of any structure within the PUD; See Table 1 -1 for height of existing structures. The height of the proposed addition is taller than the existing meeting /conference area /athletic facility because it incorporates a railing. The proposed height including the railing is 22' 1 ". b. Minimum open space requirement for the PUD; See Table 1 -1 for open space proposed under this Minor PUD Amendment. Currently, SVRA owns the land within the TCA complex. The proposed open space, approximately 120,901 s.f., represents 68% of the undeveloped land in the complex, once land is conveyed. This will become the minimum open space requirement for the amended PUD. c. Maximum allowable floor area of the PUD; See Table 1 -1 for the existing floor area and proposed floor area that would be allowable under this Minor PUD Amendment. The applicant Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 10 is seeking an additional 500 s.f. per building to allow potential future enclosures, in addition to the 1,137 s.f. of floor area for the expanded exercise facility. d. Minimum area of lots within the PUD; and Upon conveyance of the SVRA lands to TCA and the equal exchange of land between TCA and Laurelwood, the lands acquired by TCA will be established as one lot with a total square footage of approximately 120,901 s.f. or 2.775 acres. This will be the minimum lot area under the Minor PUD Amendment. e. Minimum setbacks for buildings within the PUD. With the exception of the proposed expanded exercise facility, all existing setbacks of all existing buildings will remain as currently indicated under the Existing Conditions with Topography (Sheet C2) provided under Tab 9. The setbacks for the proposed expanded exercise facility are as indicated on the development plan provided under Tab 10 (Sheet C3.1). These include a 0` setback for both the proposed south and east property lines. A dimensional limitation may be varied when the Town Council finds that the PUD achieves one (1) or more of the applicable purposes listed in Subsection (c)(6), Community Purposes for PUDs, that granting of the variation is necessary for that purpose to be achieved, and that the resulting development will be consistent with the provisions of Subsection (c)(7), Standards for Granting of Variations, and Section 16A -5 -310, Review Standards. Not applicable. (6) Community purposes for PUDs. The Comprehensive Plan identifies certain purposes the community intends to achieve as it develops. The following purposes shall be used in determining whether the buildout for a PUD may exceed sixty -five percent (65 %) of that identified in the buildout analysis and whether any of the parcel's dimensional limitations should be varied: The proposed expansion of the exercise facility is approximately 1,137 s.f. and will have limited impact on buildout. Therefore, this section does not apply. a. Provision of restricted housing. A parcel's maximum buildout may be achieved and its dimensional limitations may be varied to offer an incentive to applicants to provide more restricted housing within the PUD than would otherwise be required by this Development Code, particularly in those priority locations for such housing identified within the Comprehensive Plan. Not applicable. b. Encourage sustainable development. A parcel's maximum buildout may be achieved and its dimensional limitations may be varied to encourage sustainable development within the Town that diversifies the mix of lodging, retail and dining uses and that is consistent with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan. Sustainable development may be of the type that 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. It may also be where the development includes positive social, environmental or economic benefits that significantly contribute to, greatly enhance or are determined necessary for the sustainability of the community as a whole. Though this section does not apply, TCA is a mixed development that creates a sense of place and will only be improved through the improvements proposed under this Minor PUD Amendment. c. Provide open space and /or avoid wildlife habitat. A parcel's maximum buildout may be achieved and its dimensional limitations may be varied to provide necessary site planning flexibility to Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 11 enable the development to provide more and higher quality open space or to conserve critical wildlife habitat lands. This shall be accomplished in such a way as to maintain these lands as large, contiguous areas. Such lands shall not be fragmented into small, unconnected areas by development, unless the applicant demonstrates that this arrangement will result in the most suitable development pattern for the property, and that the lands providing valued open space or critical wildlife habitat have been protected. Where applicable, connections of such lands on the site to such lands on adjacent properties shall be accomplished. Not applicable. d. Encourage better design. A parcel's dimensional limitations may be varied (but its maximum buildout may not be achieved) to allow for greater variety in the type, design and layout of buildings. Structures shall be designed to be compatible, in terms of height, mass, scale, orientation and configuration, with other buildings in the PUD and with surrounding uses, yet shall avoid uniformity of design. Various types of residential uses may be combined within the PUD (when allowed by the underlying zone district), to promote more efficient land use patterns and increased open space. Not applicable. e. Develop necessary public facilities. A parcel's maximum buildout may be achieved and its dimensional limitations may be varied to provide an incentive for an applicant to develop, or contribute to the development of, necessary public facilities, such as public parking and transportation facilities, public recreation facilities and other public facilities consistent with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan and the Town's goals and objectives. The facilities may be located within or outside of the PUD, but shall be facilities beyond the required mitigation for the project that meet the needs not only of project residents, but also of other residents of and visitors to the Town and shall promote, generally, the public health, safety and welfare. Achieving one (1) or more of the applicable purposes listed above does not, by itself, grant any development entitlement for the buildout of a PUD to exceed sixty -five percent (65 %) of that identified in the buildout analysis or for any of the parcel's dimensional limitations to be varied. Not applicable. (7) Standards for granting of variations. Any PUD dimensional limitation variation authorized in Subsection .(c)(5), Dimensional limitations, may be granted by the Town Council, provided that it complies with the following standards: a. Height. Variations to increase the maximum allowable height of structures may be obtained pursuant to the following provisions: 1. A request to grant a variation to increase the maximum allowable height for any individual structure may be granted by the Town Council, provided that at least fifty percent (50 %) of the structure for which the variation is sought, as measured utilizing the structure's footprint, conforms to the height limits of the underlying zone district, provided further that no portion of the structure exceeds the height limit of the underlying zone district by more than seventy -five percent (75 %). Not applicable. No variance is being requested. The proposed height of the expanded exercise facility is 22' -1 (tallest exposed facade = distance from finished patio to top of guardrail). 2. In exceptional and special circumstances, a request to grant a variation to increase the maximum allowable height for individual structures may be permitted to exceed the fifty - percent or seventy- five - percent limitation described in the preceding paragraph, if the applicant is able to sufficiently demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Town Council that: Not applicable. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment RE Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 12 No variance is being requested. The proposed height of the expanded exercise facility is 22' -1 (tallest exposed fagade = distance from finished patio to top of guardrail). a) Views from surrounding properties, as determined through the use of detailed view plane analysis, which may include computer - generated visualizations, story poles and other methods acceptable to the Planning Director, will not be substantially adversely affected. The surrounding properties to be considered will include those immediately adjacent to the PUD and those that are identified by the Planning Commission and the Town Council during their respective review and public comment periods. Not applicable. b) The proposed structure will be compatible, in terms of height, mass, scale, orientation and configuration, with other structures in the PUD and with adjacent structures. If the variation exceeds the fifty percent or seventy- five - percent limitations described in the preceding paragraph, the variation and the Preliminary PUD Plan resolution must be approved by at least three - quarters (%) of the Town Council members present and voting, for good cause shown and by identifying the reasons why the height variation is warranted. Not applicable. 3. For the purposes of administering paragraph (7)a, the Town Council may grant by simple majority vote, a height variation for certain structures, such as flagpoles, antennas and other similar structures which have only a nominal footprint. Ski -lift towers and related facilities are exempt from requiring height variation approval. Not applicable. 4. In circumstances where two (2) structures have been connected by an enclosed walkway, corridor, atrium or other enclosed space whose width or height is less than fifty percent (50 %) of either the width or height of either of the otherwise separate structures measured from the side being connected, the provisions of paragraph (7) shall be applied to each structure separately rather than as one (1) structure. Not applicable. I b. Open space and minimum lot area. A variation to reduce the minimum open space requirement or to reduce minimum tot area (in order to cluster lots) may be permitted if: Not applicable. No variation is being requested. The open space and minimum lot area will be established through this Minor PUD Amendment as indicated in Table 1 -1. 1. Such variation will not be detrimental to the character of the proposed development or to surrounding properties; Not applicable. No variation is being requested. 2. The proposed development shall include open space for the mutual benefit of the entire development; and Not applicable. No variation is being requested. 3. The open space that is provided is accessible and available to at least all dwelling units and lots for which the open space is intended. Not applicable. No variation is being requested. c. Minimum building setbacks. Minimum building setbacks shall be established by the PUD plan, provided adequate distance shall be left between buildings for necessary access and fire protection, and to ensure proper ventilation, light, air and snowmelt between buildings, and to minimize the effects of transmission of noise between units and between buildings. Not applicable. No variation is being requested, however, the setback for the expanded exercise building is proposed for Won both the south and east sides. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 13 (8) Parking. The number of parking spaces in the PUD shall be that required for the underlying zone district, unless a reduction in that requirement is granted, pursuant to Section 16A- 4- 310(c), Reduction of Required Parking. Parking for TLC is provided in TOSV Lots 12 and 13. TLC acquires parking passes through the Town and distributes these for guest use. No new residential units are being proposed under this Minor PUD Amendment, and it is not anticipated that the expanded exercise facility will generate the need for additional parking. (9) Road standards. A PUD may be permitted to deviate from the Town's road standards, to enable the development to achieve greater efficiency of infrastructure design and installation through clustered or compact forms of development or to achieve greater sensitivity to environmental features, when the following minimum design principles are followed: No new roads are proposed as part of this Minor PUD Amendment, therefore this standard does not apply. A temporary construction road is proposed to be used that will gain access through SKICO land via the Top of Village gate as indicated in the Construction Management Plan provided under Tab 18. a. Safe, efficient access. The circulation system shall be designed to provide safe, convenient access to all areas of the proposed development using the minimum practical roadway length. Access shall be by a public right -of -way, private vehicular or pedestrian way or a commonly owned easement. No new roads are proposed as part of this Minor PUD Amendment, therefore this standard does not apply. b. Internal pathways. Internal pathways shall be provided to form a logical, safe and convenient system for pedestrian access to dwelling units and common areas, with appropriate linkages off- site. No new internal pathways outside of the pool area are proposed as part of this Minor PUD Amendment, therefore this standard does not apply. c. Emergency vehicles. Roadways shall be designed to permit access by emergency vehicles to all lots or units. An access easement shall be granted for emergency and utility vehicles, as applicable, to use private roadways in the development for the purpose of providing emergency services and for installation, maintenance and repair of utilities. No new roads are proposed as part of this Minor PUD Amendment, therefore this standard does not apply. However, a temporary construction easement that will become a maintenance easement is being negotiated with SKICO across the southernmost portion of land adjacent to the proposed addition. The applicant met with emergency personnel (Snowmass /Wildcat Fire District) regarding emergency access and no additional emergency access is required by the District for the expansion project. d. Principal access points. Principal vehicular access points shall be designed to provide for smooth traffic flow, minimizing hazards to vehicular, pedestrian or bicycle traffic. Where a PUD abuts a major collector, arterial road or highway, direct access to such road or highway from individual lots, units or buildings shall be prohibited when other reasonable access options are available. No new roads or access points are proposed as part of this Minor PUD Amendment, therefore this standard does not apply. e. Snow storage. Adequate areas shall be provided to store snow removed from the internal street network and from offstreet parking areas. No new internal street network or offstreet parking areas are proposed as part of this Minor PUD Amendment, therefore this standard does not apply. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 14 16A -5 -310 Review Standards Sec. 16A -5 -310. Review standards. In addition to demonstrating compliance with the provisions of Section 16A- 5- 300(c), General Restrictions, and with all other applicable provisions of this Code, a proposed PUD shall also comply with the following review standards. (1) Consistency with Comprehensive Plan. The PUD shall be consistent with the intent of the Town's Comprehensive Plan. The TLC complex remains a multi - family residential lodging property with amenities that will be improved through this Minor PUD Amendment. The Minor PUD will remain consistent with the Town's Comprehensive Plan. (2) Preservation of community character. The development proposed for the PUD shall be consistent with the standards of Section 16A -4 -340, Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character, shall be compatible with, or an enhancement of, the character of existing land uses in the area and shall not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. Please refer to Section 16A -4 -340 Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character, provided below. (3) Creative approach. The development proposed for the PUD represents a creative approach to the development and use of land and related physical facilities to produce better developments and to provide amenities for residents of the PUD and the public in general. the proposed expansion project will blend seamlessly with the existing meeting /conference area /athletic facility by simply extending the building to the southeast, and blending with the adjacent ski run. The roof of the facility will not be "snowmelted" so that snow will remain on the addition, improving ski -in -ski out access for owners and guests. The new pool and spas are amenities that residents and guests will enjoy, making the Timberline development a better option for some guests. (4) Landscaping. Proposed landscaping for the PUD shall provide sufficient buffering of uses from one another (both within the PUD and between the PUD and surrounding lands) to minimize noise, glare and other adverse impacts, shall create attractive streetscapes and parking areas and shall be consistent with the character of the Town. See the preliminary landscape plan provided under Tab 9. Landscaping will be used to buffer the ski run from the main pool /spa area. The second hot tub /spa area located between Buildings 1 -3 and 1 -4 will also be buffered with new landscaping to minimize views from /to nearby units. The applicant is requesting that the Final Landscape Plan be deferred until building permit to allow the design to be further refined during the public process. (5) Comply with development evaluation standards. The PUD shall comply with all applicable provisions of Article IV of this Development Code, Development Evaluation Standards. All applicable portions of Article IV are addressed in this application or are requested to be waived /deferred by the Planning Director or Town Council. No new restricted housing or signage is being proposed at this time. All improvements will comply with applicable Division 2 Improvement Standards. (6) Suitability for development. The property proposed for the PUD shall be suitable for development, considering its topography, environmental features and any natural or man -made hazards that affect its development potential. The proposed expansion project area is suitable for development and will blend seamlessly with the existing and adjacent uses. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 15 (7) Adequate facilities. The applicant shall show that: a. Adequate facilities will be provided to the PUD for water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, electrical supply, fire protection, roads and pedestrian circulation; The applicant has met with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District, the Snowmass - Wildcat Fire Protection District, and held discussion with Holy Cross Electric Company regarding the expansion project. The applicant will comply with requirements of those entities. A "will serve" letter from Holy Cross is provided under Tab 16. The applicant does not anticipate that the expansion project will increase solid waste disposal. No new roads or pedestrian circulation are proposed within the complex. b. The PUD has been located so as to be reasonably convenient in relation to police and fire protection, emergency medical services and schools; and The expansion project is in the immediate vicinity of the existing complex amenities and will remain as convenient as current facilities are to police and fire protection, emergency medical services and schools. The applicant met with emergency personnel ( Snowmass- Wildcat Fire Protection District) regarding emergency access and no additional emergency access is required by the District for the expansion project. c. The PUD will accommodate the efficient provision of transit facilities and.services. There are no proposed changes through the Minor PUD Amendment that will affect the efficient provision of transit facilities and services. Sec. 16A -4 -340. Building design guidelines to preserve community character. (a) Purpose. The building design guidelines contained within this Section 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. These guidelines are not intended to restrict imagination, innovation or variety in design, but rather are intended to assist in focusing on design principles that can result in creative solutions that are consistent with the character of the Town. (b) Applicability. The provisions of this Section 16A -4 -340 shall apply to any development application for PUD, amended PUD, subdivision, special review or building permit for nonresidential development or redevelopment. These provisions shall not apply to development of a single - family detached dwelling unit or a two - family dwelling (duplex) on a lot subdivided prior to the effective date of this Development Code (September 2, 1998). This application is for a Minor PUD Amendment, therefore these provisions apply. (c) Building Design Guidelines. (1) Site integration. Building design shall be influenced by, and shall respond to, the natural features and mountain setting that surround the property. Structures shall be designed so they do not overwhelm the surrounding mountain environment. Please see the Development Plan provided under Tab 10 and the Building Elevations and Floor Plans provided under Tab 11. a. Minimize modification. Developments should be planned to minimize the extent to which it is necessary to modify the natural terrain and natural watercourses. Where earthmoving techniques are necessary, man -made forms should be soft and natural in appearance. Natural water features Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. Aprii 8, 2010 Page 16 should be preserved and enhanced. The proposed expansion project will minimize modification to the natural terrain. No natural watercourses will be modified. The topography surrounding the amenity area will graded to blend the project into the adjacent ski run. Refer to Tab 10 for the Development Plan which provides more detail. b. Indigenous details. Indigenous details and landscape accents, such as streams, boulders, trees and wildflowers, should be used to connect the development to natural conditions. Both the building expansion and new pool and spa areas will be integrated into the landscape and detailed to use native or indigenous materials. See Tab 9 for the preliminary landscape plan. c. Complement natural landforms. New buildings should be designed to complement natural landforms, by setting them into the slope, or by reflecting the angles and shapes found in the natural landscape. Building massing should be broken up or stepped along a slope, to conform to the shape, aspect and scale of the natural terrain. The building expansion is proposed as one story and will be constructed into the hillside, similar to the existing meeting /conference area /athletic facility, which will complement the natural surrounding landform. d. Signs. Interpretive information and signs should be used to draw attention to nature and mountain ecology. No signage is proposed at this time. e. Grade. Awkward changes of grade in public spaces should be avoided. Natural grade changes should be used to separate and define activity areas. The needs of disabled persons should be considered in the layout of uses and in circulation patterns, as circulation on sloping terrain can be an obstacle to the disabled. Grading within the new pool /spa area will accommodate disabled persons within the enclosed area. The enclosed area is not currently accessible. The applicant will meet building code requirements for accessibility as required. (2) Scale and mass. Buildings shall be designed to ensure that they are not perceived as being monumental in scale. Please refer to Tab 11 for Building Elevations, Floor Plans and Model. a. Relation to scale of surrounding buildings. The height and 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 area. The proposed expansion of the exercise facility will be approximately the same height as the existing facilities, except that a railing will be added which will bring the height to 22' 1 ". The new facility is smaller in square footage than the current facility. By blending the two buildings into a structure that will "read" as one, the existing character of the area will not be overwhelming or dominating. b. Design articulation. Groups of buildings should be located to avoid creating a "wall" or "row" effect. Individual buildings should incorporate offsets or projections that relieve the visual effect of a single long wall, help to articulate individual units or groups of units and give the appearance the building is made up of a collection of smaller structures. Buildings should be sited so their longest frontages are not on their most visible sides. The proposed expanded building will have its longest frontage on its least visible (slopeside) side as the building will be constructed into the slope. A retaining wall will be used to separate the pool /spa area from the adjacent ski run. The wall will be minimally exposed from the poolside as a more natural landscape with waterfall and landscaping will be incorporated to blend with the surrounding mountains. A Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 17 fence will be placed on top of the retaining wall as required for safety for skiers on the adjacent slope. c. Human scale. People spaces should respect human scale. The design should include articulated building and roof configurations; staggered roof lines; sloping roof forms with overhangs; setbacks of upper stories; variations in grade level, floor plane and wall textures; spatial enclosure; and the use of design elements that break up the volume of space. The expanded building is only 1,137 s.f. in size and will have adequate articulation and integration into the poolscape to respect human scale. In addition, the proposed "bridge" will create a "gateway" that will visually connect the existing pool area (to be removed and used as flex space) with the new pool and spas. Please refer to Tab 11 for more detail on the bridge. d. Screen mechanical equipment. The roofs of structures containing nonresidential or multi - family uses should be designed to screen heating, ventilation and mechanical equipment from view from neighboring properties and public rights -of -way. Any roof mechanical equipment will be properly screened from view. (3) Building materials. Buildings shall be designed with natural materials and details that are indigenous to Colorado and that are nonreflective. Building materials will match the existing building to blend and will be non - reflective. a. Authenticity. Materials should be predominantly authentic in their appearance, with natural textures and weathering. b. Materials. The indigenous materials of the surrounding mountains should be conveyed by integrating heavy timbers, natural siding materials and rock into the building design. The expanded building will be visible only by users of the pool area. Appropriate materials will be used to allow both the building and pool area to blend into the surrounding mountain character. (4) Climate /solar orientation. Buildings should be located to maximize their exposure to winter sun and natural light, and for protection from wind and temperature extremes. The sizing, height and placement of windows should take advantage of the sun's seasonal track and the intensity of solar radiation that is found in the area. The facade of the building expansion faces northeast and will capture some morning light. The pool area will have solar exposure on the east, south and west sides with the existing lodge building (J -5) providing protection from northwesterly winds. (5) Views. Buildings should be oriented to take advantage of views and view corridors, and to frame views and enclose open space, but should also preserve important sight lines, overlooks and landmarks as viewed from public roadways and other public spaces, and as viewed from neighboring developments. Buildings shall be located to comply with the provisions of Section 16A- 4- 50(f), Ridgeline Protection Areas. The proposed building expansion will be built into the slope and will not impact any ridgeline. The building itself does not have any view corridors to take advantage of, and will not impact any important sight lines. The building expansion will enclose open space within the pool /spa area. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 18 Tab Z: Base Application Fee Included with this application is a check for $3,000 (check no. 019687) which reflects the base fee for the Minor PUD Amendment processing. It is understood that the applicant is responsible for the actual review fee, and will be required to reimburse the Town for such amounts in excess of the base fee as determined by the Planning Director. The reimbursement to the Town by the applicant is due and payable within fifteen (15) days of the date of billing by the Town. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Tab 3: Authorization Letter for Owner's Representative Applicant's Name: Timberline Condominium Association Address: 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Telephone Number: 970 - 923 -4000 Contact: Mary Harris, General Manager E -mail: mharris(@thetimberline.com Agent's Name: Julie Ann Woods, AICP /ASLA Company: Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. Address: 4000 Brush Creek Rd #4 (TOSV) PO Box 11891 Aspen, CO 81612 Telephone: 970 - 923 -9485 or 970 - 948 -0802 E -mail: iulie @elkmountainsplanning.com Please see authorization letter signed by the applicant granting power of attorney to the agent under this Tab 3. Below is additional contact information for the Project Team: Company: True North Management Company (Project Management) Address: PO Box 3645 Basalt, CO 81621 Telephone: 970 - 618 -6226 or 303 - 818 -0071 E -mail: Nathan Waldron nathan @truenorthmanagement.net Company: Galambos Architects, Inc. (Architects) Address: Building 300 -D AABC Aspen, CO 81611 Telephone: 970 - 429 -1286 E -mail: Meghan Nemechek m nemechek @galambosarchitects.net Company: Sopris Engineering,. LLC (Engineers) Address: 502 Main St. Suite A3 Carbondale, CO 81623 Telephone: 970-704-0313 E -mail: Stephanie Helfenbein stepho@sopriseng.com Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 1 J ImUtERLINE CO N.B0 M IN.I UmS Mr. Chris Conrad Snowmass Village Planning Dept. Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 RE: Timberline Condominium Pool Project Dear Chris: March 3, 2010 This letter will confirm that Julie Ann Woods with Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. is authorized to represent Timberline Condominium Association, Inc. in matters related to the application for a Planned Unit Development and/or a Map Amendment for the expansion of and improvements to the pool area and meeting space within our complex. If you have any questions about this project or require any additional information, please give me a call at 970- 923 -4000. Sincerely, Mary Harris General Manger Timberline Condominium Association a Colorado incorporated company, its sole manager STATE OF COLORADO 4 ' ��� ) ss. Y COUNT OF g r., ) The foregoing letter was acknowledged before me this day of 2010 by Mary Harris, General Manager, Timberline Condominium Association, Inc. Witness my hand and official seal. My commission expires: �/ I Z N •y Public c TODD i SAVER fly Cammis" E 0511912412 Tab 4: Owners' Permission Please see letter provided under this Tab 4 from the Timberline Condominium Association (TCA) granting permission for Julie Ann Woods of the Elk Mountains Planning Group, to represent the Association. Further, a letter of consent from the Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA) is also provided under this Tab 4, providing their permission for TCA to pursue a Minor PUD Amendment for a pool, hot tubs and expanded meeting room facilities on SVRA land. In addition to these authorizations, Tab 4 also includes an e-mail exchange between Mary Harris, General Manager of TCA and David Clark, attorney for the Aspen Ski Company indicating their agreement to allow the encroachment upon the ski easement area, and a letter from Dave Jacobsen of the neighboring Lauralwood acknowledging a future land swap between that association and TCA. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Mr. Chris Conrad Snowmass Village Planning Dept. Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 RE: Power of Attorney Dear Chris: March 8, 2010 This letter is to confirm that the Timberline Condominium Association, Inc. hereby grants a power of attorney to our agent, Julie Ann Woods, AICP /ASLA with the Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc., located at 4000 Brush Creek Rd., Unit 4 in Snowmass Village. Her mailing address is PO Box 11891, Aspen, CO 81612 and her phone numbers are 970 - 923 -9485 and 970- 948 -0802. Julie Ann will serve as the authorized agent to represent Timberline Condominium Association, Inc. in matters related to the application for a PUD Amendment and a subdivision exemption, if applicable, for the expansion of and improvements to the pool area and meeting space within our complex. If you have any questions about this project or require any additional information, please give me a call at 970- 923 -4000. Sincerely, Mary Harris General Manger Timberline Condominium Association a Colorado incorporated company, its sole manager 2010 -03 -14 11:07 » 970- 923 -3035 P 1/1 Snowmass Village Resort Association March 12, 2010 Ladies and Gentlemen: The purpose of this letter to confirm to the Town of Snowmass Village, and all other concerned agencies, hat Timberline Condominium Association, and their land use consultant, Ms. Julie Ann Woods, A1CP /ASLA of Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc., have the fW1 authority of Snowmass Village Resort Association ( "SVRA ") to submit pursue land use applications relating to the real property owned by SVRA that is described in Exhibit A attached hereto ( "Property'). Notices and inquires relating to land use applications for the Property should be directed to Mary Harris at Timberline Condominiums, or to Ms. Woods if so directed by Ms. Harris. If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact me or Mr. Eben P. 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J of West Village; thence along said boundary of Unit J N70 067'35 "E a distance of 357.82 feet; 'thence S291149'03 "W a distance of 139,74 feet to a point on the South boundary of said West Village, also being the boundary of Parcel of lend described in a Special Warranty Deed recorded under Reception No, 439039; thence along said South boundary of West Village N89"02'23 "W a distance of 268.80 feet to the point of beginning. Said Parcel contains 1.73 acres +/- and is subject to easements and encumbrances of record Q://2006/103.011 -02 Timberline Design Topo /SRA to 71mberline.doc ASPEN CRESTED 6ul'Ir- GRAND 1I,INC�7IQN 101 FOUNDERS Pvtq, UNIT 102 407 FOURTH STREW 573 WEST CRETE CIRCLP PO BI?x 2155 Po Box 3058 BUIL61NC 1, SUITE 205 'ASPEN' CO 8161 1 CRESTED 6+vrrc, (: +) 9 (a Za ORANO JUNCTION, CO 9150!1 970.4a25,P'57E7 970,349.5355 970.245.22;171 970.925. -d 157 PAX 970.349.5:�5g tnx g70 245.2671 F,a: MEEKER a,'20 7mIRD STREET MEEKER, CO 81e,41 970.8va 5180 970.578.-d)8i P" AM %J From: Mary Harris [ mailto :MHarris @thetimberline.com] Sent, Tuesday, March 02, 2010 10:42 AM To: Nathan Waldron; Tripp Adams Subject: FW: Ski Easements at the Timberline We were waiting for the lad prior to finalizing this with the ski co. Here's the last email from David Clark —the Ski Co attorney. Mary From: Clark, David [ mailto :dclark @aspensnowmass.com] Sent: Friday, November 06, 2009 12:18 PM To: Mary Harris Subject: RE: Ski Easements at the Timberline Hi Mary: We are agreeable to give you a right to encroach upon our ski easement and I would ask that your attorney prepare the appropriate documents. One outstanding concern I have is the ownership of the land. I do not know who owns the land at issue. Do you? If not, I think identifying that party is step one in the process. Step two would be obtaining their permission to excavate and build the pool /hot tub on it. Step three is obtain our permission to encroach upon our easement. Cheers, David - - - -- Original Message---- - From: Mary Harris [mailto :MHarris @thetimberline.com] Sent: Friday, November 06, 2009 11:04 AM To: Clark, David Subject: Ski Easements at the Timberline Dear Mr. Clark, I understand that the Aspen Skiing Company will lift the ski easements per our conversations with Steve Sewell so we can build a pool /hot tub next April. I would like to get this paperwork done so we can move forward with the Town approvals as soon as possible. Please let me know what we need to do to move forward. I'd be happy to have our lawyers draw up the agreement as well if you prefer. Thanks! Sincerely, Mary Harris General Manager Timberline Condominiums 970 - 923 -4000 mharris @thetimberline.com www.thetimberline.com ia 0 0 3 as J (1) s F- a� vi or 0 +o } i.. s Nt Lid Q 4i X t b tti'] t 4 tm V3 0 0 � o m LO L v tn (U to �] N E ca � Q � o � 4 C Q Ln 4 M W) V.t 00 0 V) m a L w i3 .SC L _u t7 "r3 C a u b c� a I- L Q% Q i.a 4-a W i rt? to L tlo Ln fo ul C dj = .o .s.t iJ5 CU41 C .0 0 0 Q E o c E E C . S.. i L d N t3,f CL �.r a 0 1w.. 'N F-� i ca a �5 W E 0 cll QJ a di R7 4J fl. Q a Qj 0 La.. sa � a u a� ca cry Q J1,4 f41 L ( , FF�' 1 Ov �v3 ro `• -_,Y '` `+��v, ~ .l . O ff•' wv ili I • !� �¢ aiuiof II 1.• , ..ir , .f .. I x- � x , ��1 T! • , � � j • �ril � t �i CJ� � •�, �zif fit. t w��' 45 ti `fit: \ ,/ :♦ 1 ._^ _ �O$Pp�O •f• i� "'• iv.. � '� MJ� Ili' �I ^+� � 8; jt Tab 5: Disclosure of Ownership A current certificate of title for both the Timberline Condominium Association and the SVRA common area, provided by the Land Title Guarantee Company, have been provided to the Planning Staff. At the staffs request, the applicant's engineer will delineate the legal description to ensure it pertains to the Timberline /SVRA properties. Once completed, this information will be forwarded to Town Staff for insertion under this Tab 5. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 11, 2010 Page 1 Tab 6: Legal Description Address: 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Please see legal description for the above- referenced property provided under this Tab 6. Also provided is a legal description provided by SGM Engineers for the SVRA land proposed to be conveyed to TCA, as part of the boundary line adjustment, which is approximately 1.73 acres. Finally, an Exhibit from Sopris Engineering is provided (under this Tab 6) of the proposed Ski Easement, per Staff's request. Upon finalization with Skico, a legal description for this easement will be developed and recorded upon project approval by Town Council. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 8, 2010 Page 1 19708233036 TIMBERLINE 11:24:59 10 -24 -2008 1 . may 3's ,_ :: GA BXIIXBIT A TIMBERLXRE CONDOMINIUIiS The Real Property referred to in the Declaration is as follow$; Five parcels of land, all located xn TxnGt 45, Sect(" 2, Township 10 South, Range 86 [nest of the 6th PrinclPal Heridiant Pitkin County, Colorado and being more fully described aS follows: Parcel 1. (site J-2, Builainq A); Beginning at a point w(jence the most Northerly corner of West Village Unit J, (as recorded in Book 4, Page 244, records of the PiEkin County, Colorado' deck and Recorder), bears 1472 616121 "S, 371.06 feet; thence S30 020118 "Wr $ feet; thence 859 939142 "E., 2.2 fleet; thence $30620118,11 .1, 12.1 feet,- thence M590391421111, 2.2 feet; !whence 530 620'18 "W, 23.3• feet; thence N591139'4211I.7, 16.5 feet; thence 830 *23118T1[1, 4.3 feet; thence S59 °39'42 °E, 2.2 feet,- thence 530 °201X8$$11, 12.1 feet! thence N59°39742"Wl 2.2 feet; thence 530 °20118 "W, ..5 feet; thence N59039 42"K, 137,8 feet; thence N30120118 "5, .5 feet,- thence N59 039142 "W, 2.2 feet; thence N300201184E, 12.1 feet; thence 85903914211E, 2.2 f eL; thence N30020118119f 22.0 feet; thence S59 039'42 "E,.16.5 feet; thence N3002011011D, 5.6 feet; thence N59 °3914M, 2.2 feet; hhence N30 020118 0E, 12.1 feet; thence S59 °39'4211Rr 2.2 feet; thence 1430 020118 "E, .5 feet; thence 1359039'4211E, 137.8 feet to the point of beginning. Said parcel contains 7674.4 square feet more or less. Together With an easement foti•overhand and access being 5.33 feet wide and around the entire perimeter of the abovo described Parcel. Parcel 2 {Site J -3 Buxldin B }c Beginning at a'point%,thence the most �IFrth+ rip corner of (!lest Village Unit 3, (as recorded in Book 4, Page 244 records of the Pitkin County, Colorado Clerk and Recorder), bears N45051TW% 179.39 feet; thence S30 °2011811Wr 5 feet; thence S59 039142 "E, 2.1 feet; thence 83092011$"W, 12.1 fect; thence 1959 635142 "ICI, 2.1 :feet; Lhunce . S30 °201189,7, 27.0 feet; thence M5903 9142t119, 21.95 feet; thence S30 °20'18 "K, 4.25 feet; thence. S50939'4211R, 2.1 feet; thence •S30 °24118 "W, 12.1 feet; thence N5911391421i14, 2.6 feet; thence 5300201181,w, .5 feet} thence N59113914211W, 137,5 feet; thence;` N30 020118145, .5 feet; thence I45903914211W, 2.25 feet; thence N30°2011811E, 12.1 feet; thence 559 939'.42 "E,f2.l feet; thence N3062011811S, 22,1 Feet; thence S59 939142 "E, 16.5 feet; thence N30620118i1E, 5.15 feet; thence. N599391421111, 2.1 feet; thence N30020118 Er 12.1 feet; thence S59 °39142 "E, 2.1 feet; thence 14300201.18:11E, 5 feet; thence 559 °39142115, 121.1 feet; thence N30 °20116 "E, 4.0 feet; thence S5903914213L, 22.5 feet to the point of beginning. Said parcel. contains 7925.8 square feet =Ve or less. 29133 33036 19:25 :20 10- 24.2006 34133 yorly.39, -acILl Together with an easement for overhang and access being 5.33 feet wide and around the entire perimeter of the above described Parcel. Parcel 3 (Site 13--4, Building C)- Beginning at a point whence ti-)e most Northerly corner o£ West Village Unit J, (as recorded in hook 4, Page 244 records of the Pitkin County, Colorado Clerk and Reaor3erl., bears NW331281'E, 354.92 feet, thence 559 939'42 11E, 120.75 feet; thence N3002411811E, 4.0 feet; thence S59039'42 "E, 22.45 feet; thence S30 020118 "V, .5 ,feet; thence 859 °35'42''B, 2.1 feet., thence 530 °20118 "W, 11.9 feet; thence N59 °39142 "W, 2.1 feet; thence S30 620'18 "W, 27.10 feet; thence 1459 039142 "W1 21*9'feet; thence S30 °20118("TW, 4.6 feet; thence S59 039142 "B, 2.1 feet; thence 5314 °20'3,8 "1i, 12.1 feet; thence 1459 °39'42 "11, 2.1 feet; thence S30020118 "W, .5 feet; thence 'NS9039'421111, 137.85 feet; thence 1430'20'18 "E1 ,5 feet ;, thence 2159 °39142 "ft, 2.1 feet; thence 1430 °20'16"£1 12.10 feet; thence 559 0391421% 2.1 feet; thence N30 620118 "E, 22.2 feet? thence S59 °39142 "E, 1 6.55 feet; thence•N3002011B "B, 5,3 feet.; thence N59 139942 "W, 2.1 feet; thence N3002011811E, 12.1-feet; thence S59 939142 "E, 2.1 feet; thence N30 020116 "Er .5 feet to the paint of beginning. Said parcel contains 7936.9.sgu:are feet more or less. Together with an easement, for overhang and access being 5.33 feet wide and around the entire perimeter of the above described Parcel, Parcel 4 (site 7-1, D}: Beginning at a point whence the most Northerly corner of West Village Unit J (as recorded in Plat Book 4 at Page 244 in the office of the Pitkin County, Colorado Clerk and Recorder) bears N941d' ?I, 10.50 feet; thence 559 033'42 "E, 95.75 feet; thence NW 20118 "E, 4.00 feet; thence 359639142 "5, 24.75 feet; thettee S30 02011811w, 12.65 feet; thence N59 039142 "Wi 2.20 feet; thence 330 °201181119', 27.75 feet; thence 1159 1391421,29, 22.15 feet; thence S30 °2011$1119, 3,75 feetp thence 8591139142 "B, 2.20 feet; thence 330 02011$ "i9, 12.15 feet; thence N59 039142 "1`1, 97.20 feet; thence S30 024118 "Wk 4.00 feet; thence 1459039142 111f, 24.74 feet; thence N30020TIO "E, 12.20 feet; thence S59 039142 "P, 2.20 feet; thence 213012011811£, 27.20 feet; thence 559°39142111;, .22.55 feet; thence 2i3002011811E, 4.35 feet; thence N!W4 9'42 "i9, 2.20 feet; thence N30'2011B "E, 12:55 -feet to the point of beginning. Together with an easement for overhang and access b €ing 5.33 feet wide-and around the entire`perimeter of the above described Parcel. Parcel 5 (Sits ,7-5 Timberline 1,o3 e): 23egifining at a point whence the most southerly cornet of West Village Unit 7 (as recorded in Book 4, Page 244, records of the Pitkin County, Colorado Clerk and Recorder) *bears S49015150 "14, 202,86 feet, thence N30 °20'18 "E, 10,60 ,feet, thence N59 139142 "R, 2.40 ,Ceet; thence N30 020118 "E, 12.95 feed thence S59 °39'42'li, 2.40 feet; thence N300201181`E, 4.60 faet; thence —2— 19709233036 'TIMBERLINE _ _ ._. ::.•:..... .«. . 11:26:43 10 -24 -2006 31133 '2tS nA S59 039142 "E, 4.40 feet; thence N30020'10 "E, 16.06 feet; thence N59 °39142 "W, 4.40 Zesty thence N300201I VE, 4.60 feet; thence N59 "39142nW, 2.40 Beet; thence N3042011811E, 12,95 feet; thence 55$439142 "E, 2.40_.feet; thence N30020118112, 12.45 feet; thence $59033142113, 58 -45 feet; thence S3002011811W, 8.40 feet; thence 559 039142 "E, 20.45 ` feet; thence SW20116 "W, 85.60 feet; thence N59 939142 "N, 20.40 feet; thence S30120118 "W, 8.60 feet; thence NSPS91.42 "W, 16.10 feet; thence N34020t18 "S, 25.55 feet; thence N59 1139142 "W, 42.40 feet; thence N3012011811D, 2.80 feet to the true point QP beginning, All courses are based on state grid hearings, SCHMUESER I GORDON I MEYER N.LNwODD SPRINGS E M O I K E E R S 1 S U R V E Y O R S 118 W; -I SIXTI 7s--.--, 5,,T. 20v GLENWOOD SPRING;.°., C;CI 131501 970.%745,100.4 970.9 -d5.59413 Npx Job No, 2006. 103.001.02 March 10, 2010 SRA to Timberline A Parcel of land located within the West Village as describe in the General Declaration for West Village recorded June 1, 1967 in Book 227 at Page 186, which is bounded on the North by the Sixty (60) feet Public Right of Way for Upper Carriage Way as recorded under Book 380 at Page 846, bounded on the West by Unit K of West Village as recorded under Plat Book 4 at Page 243, bounded on the East by Laurelwood Condominiums as recorded under Book 594 at Page 280 and is bounded on the South by a Parcel of land described in a Special Warranty Deed recorded under Reception No. 439039, Said Parcel is also a part of Tract 45 and in Section 2, Township 10 South, Range 86 West of the 61h Principal Meridian being more particularly described as follows: A Parcel of land known at Unit J of West Village as recorded in Plat Book 4 at Page 244 excepting therefrom: Site J -1 as recorded under Pla, Book 4 at Page 245 Site J -2 as recorded under Pla- Book 4 at Page 317 Site J -3 as recorded under Plai Book 4 at Page 320 Site J -4 as recorded under Plat Book 4 at Page 323 Site J -5 as recorded under Plai Book 4 at Page 446 The Timberline Lodge Access & Parking at recorded under Book 380 at Page 855 Together with: A Parcel of land located within said West Village being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the at a point along the South boundary of said West Village, whence the Southwest corner of said West Village bears 588 002'23 "E a distance of 331.68 feet, point also being along the Southeasterly boundary of said Uni' J of West Village; thence along said boundary of Unit J N70 1157'35 "E a distance of 357.82 feet; thence S29 °49'03 "W a distance of 139.74 feet to a point on the South boundary of said West Village, also being the boundary of Parcel of land described in a Special Warranty Deed recorded under Reception No. 439039; thence along said South boundary of West Village N89"02'23W a distance of 268.80 feet to the point of beginning, Said Parcel contains 1.73 acres +/- and is subject to easements and encumbrances of record, 0://200$/103.011 -02 Timberline Design Topo /SRA to Timberiine.doc ASPEN CRESTED BUTIG CaRANU .JUNrriow 101 FOUNDERS PLACE, UNIT 102 407 FOURTH $TREY 573 NEST CRETE CIRCFL PC BIVX 21!55 PO Box 3088 BUILDING I, SUITE 205 ASPEN, CO 5161 1 CRESTED Bu7YC, C") 81 .'.2d GRAND JUNCTION, CC B 1 90M 9701.42 -*,F§727 974,x49.5355 970.245.2.E71 6370.925..157 PAX 970.349.53!; Fj IAX 970 245.2871 FAK MEEKER 'IRO THIRD STREET MEEKER, CO W4541 970.$ ,rB,S 180 970.878..181 PAx Ci+ PROPOSED POR TO BE REMOVED FROM KICO EASEMENT +I - - - EXISTING UNIT BOUNDRY +I - \ PROPOSED SKICO EASEMENT BOUNDARY+/ - PROPOSED ACQUISITION BOUNDARY + / -1 g /Cl / , ' - �• PROPOSED ACQUISITION Cp / BOUNDARY + / -- ,\ P OPOSED PORTION TO BE REMOVED FROM SKICO EASEMENT Tab 7: Vicinity Map Please see Vicinity Map locating the subject property under this Tab 7. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 G��j$(e mapS Address 690 Carriage Way t Snowmass Village, CO 81611 It rw Notes Tab 5 Vicinity Map A = Timberline Condominium Association Ro � s Xtis Go Ro i4. - _ ...1jP Ctce fjJ py Carriage Way p.i i1arr .i Knr 7m, Resl-w a�'..'nM Pok Jodi FC Ladpe µ ., hr Q,0 a��9nnwmaw lnnkry. agF Brush �� �. r 9rnw^.*.anc �Ci .�+. A.mrngin Cl:alrl i l N FnR;1io F U � N Jwpnd 1.9 e. Maernq Re anon 9nnw..O..5 Resn" 91inVJr..ar„n 91iva1('P.c TrAI Lj a° '�Eiid In �1?DU Sn I o4mood Lu FdprN� � �Btn Fri Mme Ln I'Yo�. �6 V� Q CO Map data G2D1 D G000 Tab 8: Boundary Line Adjustment Plat Please see the Boundary Line Adjustment plat completed by SGM Engineering that provides information on the SVRA lands and what will become TCA land, under this Tab 8. At Staffs request, a wet- stamped copy of the survey work will be provided for insertion under this Tab 8 when it becomes available. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Exhibit Map Timberline Condominiums Town of Sn o wm a ss Village, CO 7Ymberfte Lodge Access & Parkizw Boob 380, Page 841 / (Deco. at Pate 866) — — — — — !0►nnah /A ro»n of swrnwlr W.") �' / ' MW Upper Carriage A. r /� \ � '�k'' AAA ••M �oa� Fr° � �' � _ • y° �2 ooY 4e Page 448 Mw- q�,"�wCy� Sj✓r9 'qi`�7� � +« d �'ffk Q� "� d / �I West V /loge \ "y4A A$ a7f �a z B l' I Unit K y'a / Plot Book 4, Poge 243 \ \ P d . d, Brakh Creek Lond Compon JLC d QReception No. 439039 da d Qamr :rol. d 44 / � d d � C d Sfa'� l+R'l dllYkah /7� d < E74r; OMq . d d � Bak 4, BP /d�9 i // D d L��yM��fN ,✓�h y� m A •'i� 1 ' j'pC FbM1r 'O t fly jGo��9G'S9 ' anww Mnl,a - z aow g —d d-9, Add A.ar f ✓ !6/ e' yon ao d�� nne.,q» » x "ee w i u ar GRAPHIC SCALI ✓ / s a. Cw�dNMdwlr s4)on.a.,td CanabmlAwn ,Yp, ulat ✓-+ Pwe BbAk 4 } Gte`6Q Sr » .sslyNll.Red ebnoan/llm rpM1 u x ✓-a FkI = s 24,41 d''�� • •. ( sip - r �n 01J5 a>� N4l Mg. Camwn Nw and Fa�.Wbw awk in Ilgl 129 NA{ j I°hghh9 Nhrrw)6' aN0 lwF 3aD F7 tCWa WD. AtS) SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER .NCw aal lr •�� ;; � I Iaw.6i S.R— ,5-200 Timberline Condominiums O�c wo S.R� —, Cow— a i e0 i mm n ne w" (970)045-10 04 FAX 1970) fl43-3fl49 [In 0./ �f Gi r�a7 Vi116�e ii o ��..w. u w ,. wr. r w ..w,r. w. SCHMUESER GORDON M EYiR AeR[w. Cow_ (fl]01 9 23-6 72] FJ c • vc•n. . •. na CREWED BUTTE, Co (g70) 34P533S 1 Exhibit Map Timberline Condominiums �k 'Y� Town of Snowmass Village, CO YYJn&Wine Lodge - ) / / Access k Par/ring Soak 980, Page 841 ? F, �Baeo. at Pala 855) r- (OenrM%p:l %Om O/ sweYnees KW—), /I i I 1 i UPPer Carriage q➢ f . ��y e' %Gib c4� .7 Lj '{� 0 5r �cU ESS �nEuroR seC, COs apOZN MMR s RDSCHMU OO Timberline Condominiums RKww avr a � 81 EOI ��''.NM.[W ti.I �w+�M 19J0)945-1004 FAX (9J0)945 -594a �s.s cr �,�:.' " �..b. rw 3CMMUESER CORDON ME ER b�cR, Co gMOO (DJO) 925 -6727 Snowmasss Village, Co .x�i«a,ns l+uxvure.a CR[srzo avne, CO (970134 ?3353 r" 2 i \4 is ag446 4r pe gook l l�+'yI \ a Asp 1 n ', `y �r•�) ' 6 � %Gib c4� .7 Lj '{� 0 5r �cU ESS �nEuroR seC, COs apOZN MMR s RDSCHMU OO Timberline Condominiums RKww avr a � 81 EOI ��''.NM.[W ti.I �w+�M 19J0)945-1004 FAX (9J0)945 -594a �s.s cr �,�:.' " �..b. rw 3CMMUESER CORDON ME ER b�cR, Co gMOO (DJO) 925 -6727 Snowmasss Village, Co .x�i«a,ns l+uxvure.a CR[srzo avne, CO (970134 ?3353 r" 2 i e ag446 4r pe gook Book ZZ7 Pzea JOB a Comttppon Area 'o d Book 3,19 Po, f"A A _/ ^ A BraWp Creek Law /Reception No. Compon.PJX ,� �,�. -_ • 439039 a, n - 0 QF a •;Q� r Tab 9: Existing Conditions with Topography and Preliminary Landscape Plan Please see the Site Plan (existing conditions) provided by Sopris Engineering (Sheet C2) and the preliminary Landscape Plan provided by Galambos Architects (Sheet 1-1.0) for the Timberline Condominium Association's Minor PUD Amendment under this Tab 9. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 _ „UPPER.�CARR \ /., -. G10E NAY j5 ' \ \ ✓ \ ✓\ �• �� 6 _ r9 ' GRAPHIC SCALE \�"\ /l /,• —cam-- R \ ` ` •� J �' 6 \ " \ U ,,,,fi�gg f _ �Y �•� ...,. I Sl a 0 I - \ \ \F GRAPHIC SCALE CR I \ - -_ - _a1 � i j �' ��• �•\ j UPPGR ARIAG� _ F t \ 9 / a \_ ca '• \ El \\ \ a \> B \ \ \ \ SUNDDC —AV PI ol le \ \ a — \ SL !E fi - A "a w t o" •{ Ar t1 :. R.4N S4". 118 " =t` —a" L-AWrY � R�AN O" R�if.nr Q.yyyklN+I.A //yy��i R.Ib. Qi.pb /Niu p. /.VY'1 S.bl.wluNOi.ry /A.ikx Q I. x.FelbtRVSIR,v..M.X `tlJ'• R.Ihl.,.y. /R.qe.. vii. g, Mf� s�r1a,-r �ctb. Tab 10: Development Plan Please see the Development Plan (Sheets C3.0 and C3.1) by Sopris Engineering for the Timberline Condominium Association's Minor PUD Amendment under this Tab 10. This Development Plan (Sheet C3.1) clarifies that the existing laundry area (located between the Lodge Building (J -5) and the existing athletic facility /meeting room (J -6)) will be demolished to open up the area to the proposed new pool and spas. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 NOTES: F PROPOSED SPA (S -2) i V/ J Fx /SnNc �3 n,aP.'m •avw..wancx (.F� - M® inr PROPOSED POOL, SPA AND BUIDLING ADDITION VM .�osw..w�, Tab 11: Building Elevations, Floor Plans and Model Please see the proposed Architectural Plans and model for the Timberline Condominium Association's Minor PUD Amendment under this Tab 11. The drawings have been modified at Staff's request to indicate the following additional information: Mean Sea Level Elevation (MSLE) for the top of parapet for the proposed exercise building; More information /diagram regarding the site wall guardrail and how high the wall extends above the retained finish grade; and More detail on the proposed new bridge (i.e. materials & guardrail design) that will link the existing patio (roof of the athletic facility /meeting room, Building J -6) to the Lodge, Building 1 -5. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by EIk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 SCIEEX "ETA Off" �1 PROPOSED BRIDGE DETAIL SCALE f//':}d %1 PROPOSED SITE WALL DETAIL SCALEX2':id �1 PROPOSED SITE WALL PARTIAL ELEVATION FROM SLOPE SIDE xA E vr. rd Is IMVSED Of ww I EXIS M XVww �,1 BUILIDNG ELEVATION (EXISING AND PROPOSED) xuEVr.rd (D-!- UILIDNG PLAN (EXISTING AND PROPOSEDI ALEVD . fd D v J %1 PROPOSED SITE WALL DETAIL SCALEX2':id �1 PROPOSED SITE WALL PARTIAL ELEVATION FROM SLOPE SIDE xA E vr. rd Is IMVSED Of ww I EXIS M XVww �,1 BUILIDNG ELEVATION (EXISING AND PROPOSED) xuEVr.rd (D-!- UILIDNG PLAN (EXISTING AND PROPOSEDI ALEVD . fd Tab 12: Verification That Improvements are Not in Primary Constraint Areas During the pre - application meeting with Chris Conrad, it was determined that no improvements for the proposed exercise building expansion and pool /spa areas will be located in any known Constraint Area. Waivers are being requested from Town Council to eliminate the need to submit these impact reports. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Tab 13: Petition for Rezoning Not applicable. Following the pre - application meeting with Chris Conrad, it was determined that no rezoning of the subject property would be required. The request is for a minor amendment to an existing PUD, as identified on the previously approved SPA plan. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Tab 14: Affidavit of Mailing and Posting Once the public hearing for the minor PUD amendment has been scheduled and notices sent out, the affidavit of mailing and posting will be provided for insertion under this Tab 14. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Tab 15: Subsoil Study for Foundation Design Included under this Tab 15 is a Subsoil Study for Foundation Design completed by HP Geotech. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Fv HEPWORTH- PAVVLAK GEOTECHNICAL ! I� -� .�:i•..3•. 1.:1:,:x:= • -. . ;Z .1 Liti' I'!C•U �llli �•I,•[�i �._ :ii SUBSOIL STUDY FOR FOUNDATION DESIGN PROPOSED ADDITION TO BUILDING E TIMBERLINE CONDOMINIUMS 960 CARRIAGE WAY SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO JOB NO. 109 365A NOVEMBER 9, 2009 PREPARED FOR: TIMBERLINE CONDOMINIUMS ATTN: MARY HARRIS 960 CARRIAGE WAY SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 TABLE OF CONTENTS PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF STUDY ............... ............................... PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION ........................... ............................... - SITECONDITIONS ...... ............................... .............................. ............................... - 2 - FIELD EXPLORATION .............................. ............................... - SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS ..................................... ............................... - ENGINEERING ANALYSIS ................................................ ............................... - DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS .............................................. ............................... FOUNDATIONS.............................................. - 4 - ............................... FOUNDATION AND RETAINING WALLS 4 - ......................................................... FLOORSLABS - 5 ................................................................ ............................... UNDERDRAINSYSTEM 6 - ................................................. ............................... SITE GRADING - 7 - ........................... .................,.. ............,.................. SURFACE DRAINAGE - 7 - ......................... LIMITATIONS........................................................................... ............................... - 8 - FIGURE 1 - LOCATION OF EXPLORATORY BORING FIGURE 2 - LOG OF EXPLORATORY BORING FIGURE 3 - LEGEND AND NOTES FIGURE 4 - GRADATION TEST RESULTS TABLE 1 - SUMMARY OF LABORATORY TEST RESULTS PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF STUDY This report presents the results of a subsoil study for a proposed addition to be located at the south side of Building E at the Timberline Condominiums, 960 Carriage Way, Snowmass Village, Colorado. The project site is shown on Figure 1. The purpose of the study was to develop recommendations for the foundation design. The study was conducted in general accordance with our proposal for geotechnical engineering services to Timberline Condominiums c/o Caudill Gustafson & Associates Architects, P.C. dated October 13, 2009, Proposal No. 223 -09. An exploratory boring was drilled at the site to obtain information on the subsurface conditions. Samples of the subsoils obtained during the field exploration were tested in the laboratory to determine their classification and other engineering characteristics. The results of the field exploration and laboratory testing were analyzed to develop recommendations for foundation types, depths and allowable pressures for the proposed building foundation. This report summarizes the data obtained during this study and presents our conclusions, design recommendations and other geotechnical engineering considerations based on the proposed construction and the subsurface conditions encountered. PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION The proposed addition will consist of single story, buried structure attached to the south side of Building E and be open along the north side toward a new deck and pool area. Ground floor will be slab -on- grade. The proposed finished floor elevation will match the existing lowest floor elevation of Building E. Grading for the structure will be fairly extensive with cut depths up to about 15 feet at the uphill side. We assume relatively light to moderate foundation loadings, typical of the proposed type of construction. The existing laundry room building, located south of Building E, will be underpinned to accommodate the new construction below. The new structure will be topped with geofoam blocks and a shallow soil depth for landscaping. Jab No. 109 365A C- eliVtGCh -2- If building loadings, location or grading plans change significantly from those described above, we should be notified to re- evaluate the recommendations contained in this report. SITE CONDITIONS The proposed addition is located in an irrigated lawn area to the southeast of Building E and pool area. The Snowmass Ski Area borders the site to the southeast. An existing timber retaining wall is located northeast (downhill) of the proposed addition footprint. The ground surface is relatively flat to slightly irregular with a strong to moderately steep slope down to the northeast on the order of 15 percent. The ground surface was covered with about 5 inches of snow at the time of our field exploration. FIELD EXPLORATION The field exploration for the project was conducted on October 34, 2009. One exploratory boring was drilled in the southeast part of the proposed addition footprint at the location shown on Figure 1 to evaluate the subsurface conditions. The boring was advanced with 4 -inch diameter continuous flight augers powered by a track- mounted CME -55 drill rig. The site was accessed from the Snowmass Ski Area property. The boring was Iogged by a representative of Hepworth Pawlak Geotechnical, Inc. Several attempts were made to advance the boring down to the proposal depth of 20 feet and slotted 2 -inch diameter PVC pipe was installed in the deepest attempt down to the elevation shown on Figure 2. A second boring, proposed at the northwest coiner of the addition footprint, was not drilled due to conflicts with buried utilities. Samples of the subsoils were taken with a 1% inch I.D. spoon sampler. The sampler was driven into the subsoils at various depths with blows from a 140 pound hammer falling 30 inches. This test is similar to the standard penetration test described by ASTM Method D -1586. The penetration resistance values are an indication of the relative density or consistency of the subsoils. Depths at which the samples were taken and the penetration Job No. 109 365A GecFtech -3- resistance values are shown on the Log of Exploratory Boring, Figure 2. The samples were returned to our laboratory for review by the project engineer and testing. SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS' A graphic log of the subsoil profile encountered in the boring is shown on Figure 2. The subsoils consist of about 5 feet of predominantly granular fill soils overlying relatively dense, natural clayey sandy gravel with cobbles and boulders down to the maximum explored depth of 14 feet. Drilling in the natural dense granular soils with auger equipment was difficult due to the cobbles and boulders, and drilling refusal was encountered multiple times in the deposit. An auger and drilling bit was lost during drilling operations at the deepest boring attempt due to the difficult drilling conditions. Laboratory testing performed on a sample obtained from the boring included natural moisture content and gradation analysis. Results of the gradation analysis performed on the small diameter drive sample (minus 1Y2 inch fraction) of the natural coarse granular subsoils are shown on Figure 4. The laboratory test results are summarized in Table 1. No free water was encountered in the boring at the time of drilling and the subsoils were slightly moist to moist. ENGINEERING ANALYSIS Based on the subsurface conditions encountered in the boring, we expect that the proposed addition can be founded with a spread footing foundation bearing on the natural clayey sandy gravel below the existing fill soils. Shallow perched groundwater is common to this area of Snowmass Village and dewatering ofthe excavation during construction should be expected: Temporary shoring of excavation slopes and underpinning of foundations may be needed if adequate setback from existing structures cannot be maintained. Conventional underpinning consisting of constructing new footings and foundation walls below existing foundations should be feasible. Job No. 109 365A GMeCh DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS FOUNDATIONS Considering the subsurface conditions encountered in the exploratory boring and the nature of the proposed construction, we recommend the addition be founded with spread footings bearing on the natural granular soils below any existing fill. The design and construction criteria presented below should be observed for a spread footing foundation system. 1) Footings placed on the undisturbed natural granular soils should be designed for an allowable bearing pressure of 2,500 psf. Based on experience, we expect settlement of footings designed and constructed as discussed in this section will be about 1 inch or less. 2) The footings should have a minimum width of 16 inches for continuous walls and 2 feet for isolated pads. 3) Exterior footings and footings beneath unheated areas should be provided with adequate soil cover above their bearing elevation for frost protection. Placement of foundations at least 42 inches below exterior grade is typically used in this area. 4) Continuous foundation walls should be reinforced top and bottom to span local anomalies such as by assuming an unsupported Iength of at least 10 feet. Foundation walls acting as retaining structures should also be designed to resist lateral earth pressures as discussed in the "Foundation. and Retaining Walls" section of this report. 5) All existing fill, topsoil and any loose or disturbed soils should be removed and the footing bearing level extended down to the relatively dense natural granular soils. If water seepage is encountered, the footing areas should be dewatered before concrete placement. Dewatering could consist of trenches and sumps located outside of footing areas to collect and divert JUL) ivu, ivy �o�ti �teCl'i -5- water to a suitable discharge location. It may be advantageous to also construct the perimeter underdrain system early in the construction sequence to keep the excavation dry. 6) A representative of the geotechnical engineer should observe all footing excavations prior to concrete placement to evaluate bearing conditions. FOUNDATION AND RETAINING WALLS Foundation walls and retaining structures which are laterally supported and can be expected to undergo only a slight amount of deflection should be designed for a lateral earth pressure computed on the basis of an equivalent fluid unit weight of at least 50 pcf for backfill consisting of the on -site granular soils. Cantilevered retaining structures which are separate from the addition and can be expected to deflect sufficiently to mobilize the full active earth pressure condition should be designed for a lateral earth pressure computed on the basis of an equivalent fluid unit weight of at least 40 pcf for backfill consisting of the on -site granular soils. Wet soils removed from the excavation may need to be mixed and dried prior to'use as backfill. All foundation and retaining structures should be designed for appropriate hydrostatic and surcharge pressures such as adjacent footings, traffic, construction materials and equipment. The pressures recommended above assume drained conditions behind the walls and a horizontal backfill surface. The buildup of water behind a wall or an upward sloping backfill surface will increase the lateral pressure imposed on a foundation wall or retaining structure. An underdrain should be provided to prevent hydrostatic pressure buildup behind walls. Backfill should be placed in uniform lifts and compacted to at least 90% of the maximum standard Proctor density at near optimum moisture content. Backfill in pavement and walkway areas should be compacted to at least 95% of the maximum standard Proctor density. Care should be taken not to over compact the backfill or use large equipment near the wall, since this could cause excessive lateral pressure on the wall. Some Job No. 109 365A yP ech Kom settlement of deep foundation wall backfill should be expected, even if the material is placed correctly, and could result in distress to facilities constructed on the backfill. The lateral resistance of foundation or retaining wall footings will be a combination of the sliding resistance of the footing on the foundation materials and passive earth pressure against the side of the footing. Resistance to sliding at the bottoms of the footings can be calculated based on a coefficient of friction of 0.45. Passive pressure of compacted backfill against the sides of the footings can be calculated using an equivalent fluid unit weight of 400 pc% The coefficient of friction and passive pressure values recommended above assume ultimate soil strength. Suitable factors of safety should be included in the design to limit the strain which will occur at the ultimate strength, particularly in the case of passive resistance. Fill placed against the sides ofthe footings to resist lateral loads should be a granular material compacted to at least 95% of the maximum standard Proctor density at near optimum moisture content. FLOOR SLABS The natural on -site soils, exclusive of topsoil, are suitable to support lightly loaded slab - on- grade construction. To reduce the effects of some differential movement, floor slabs should be separated from all bearing walls and columns with expansion joints which allow unrestrained vertical movement. Floor slab control joints should be used to reduce damage due to shrinkage cracking. The requirements for joint spacing and slab reinforcement should be established by the designer based on experience and the intended slab use. A minimum 4 inch layer of free - draining gravel should be placed beneath below grade level slabs to facilitate drainage. This material should consist of minus 2 inch aggregate with at least 50% retained on the No. 4 sieve and less than 2% passing the No. 200 sieve. The below slab drainage system should connect to the perimeter underdrain system. All fill materials for support of floor slabs should be compacted to at least 95% of maximum standard Proctor density at near optimum moisture content. Required fill can Job No. 109 365A -%- consist of the on -site granular soils devoid of debris, vegetation, topsoil and oversized rock. UNDERDRAIN SYSTEM Although free water was not encountered during our exploration, it has been our experience in this area of Snowmass Village that local perched groundwater can develop during times of heavy precipitation or seasonal runoff. Frozen ground during spring runoff can create a perched condition. We recommend below -grade construction, such as retaining walls, crawlspace and basement areas, be protected from wetting and hydrostatic pressure buildup by an underdrain system The drains should consist of drainpipe surrounded above the invert level with free - draining granular material. The drain should be placed at each level of excavation and at least 1 foot below lowest adjacent finish grade and sloped at a minimum 1% to a suitable gravity outlet. Free - draining granular material used in the underdrain system should contain less than 2% passing the No. 200 sieve, less than 50% passing the No. 4 sieve and have a maximum size of 2 inches. The drain gravel backfill should be at least 2 feet deep. SITE GRADING The risk of construction- induced slope instability at the site appears low provided the planned cuts up to about 15 feet deep are sloped back to a stable grade or shored as needed. Temporary dry cut slopes should be sloped no steeper than 1 %Z horizontal to 1 vertical in fill soils and 1 horizontal to 1 vertical in natural granular soils. Flatter slopes may be needed if seepage is encountered. If the presence of existing footings or other structures requires steeper slopes, the affected structures should be underpinned or the cut slope temporarily shored such as with bracing or soil nails. Excavation for conventional underpinning of existing foundations should be performed in relatively narrow sections. Job Into. 109 365A gt,--Ch IF:i! Permanent unretained cut and fill slopes should be graded at 2 horizontal to 1 vertical or flatter and protected against erosion by revegetation or other means. The risk of slope instability will be increased if seepage is encountered in cuts and flatter slopes maybe necessary. If seepage is encountered in permanent cuts, an investigation should be conducted to determine if the seepage will adversely affect the cut stability. SURFACE DRAINAGE The following drainage precautions should be observed during construction and maintained at all times after the addition has been completed: 1) Inundation of the foundation excavations and underslab areas should be avoided during construction. 2) Exterior backfill should be adjusted to near optimum moisture and compacted to at least }S% of the maximum standard Proctor density in pavement and slab areas and to at least 90% of the maximum standard Proctor density in landscape areas. 3) The ground surface surrounding the exterior of the building should be sloped to drain away from the foundation in all directions. We recommend a minimum slope of 12 inches in the first 10 feet in unpaved areas and a minimum slope of 2% inches in the first 10 feet in paved areas. Free - draining wall backfill should be capped with about 2 feet of the on- site finer grained soils to reduce surface water infiltration. 4) Roof downspouts and drains should discharge well beyond the limits of all backfill. LIMITATIONS This study has been conducted in accordance with generally accepted geotechnical engineering principles and practices in this area at this time. We make no warranty either express or implied. The conclusions and recommendations submitted in this report are based upon the data obtained from the exploratory boring drilled at the location indicated Job No. 109 365A M on Figure 1, the proposed type of construction and our experience in the area. Our services do not include determining the presence, prevention or possibility of mold or other biological contaminants (MOBC) developing in the future. If the client is concerned about MOBC, then a professional in this special field of practice should be consulted. Our findings include extrapolation of the subsurface conditions identified at the exploratory boring and variations in the subsurface conditions may not become evident until excavation is performed. If conditions encountered during construction appear different from those described in this report, we should be notified so that re- evaluation of the recommendations may be made. This report has been prepared for the exclusive use by our client for design purposes. We are not responsible for technical interpretations by others of our information. As the project evolves, we should provide continued consultation and field services during construction to review and monitor the implementation of our recommendations, and to verify that the recommendations have been appropriately interpreted. Significant design changes may require additional analysis or modifications to the recommendations presented herein. We recommend on -site observation of excavations and foundation bearing strata and testing of structural fill by a representative of the geotechnical engineer. Respectfully Submitted, HEPWORTH - PAWL CHNICAL, INC. C °REcv,r.. Trevor L. Knell, '�z• Reviewed by: 9� Y Steven L. Pawlak, P.E. TLKlksw cc: Caudill Gustafson & Associates Architects, P.C. — Attn: Jim Kehoe Kurtz & Associates — Attn: Brian Kurtz, P.E. Job No. 109 365A CkCS1teCh LEGEND: FILL; clayey sand and gravel with scattered cobbles and possible boulders, medium dense to dense, slightly VN moist to moist, dark brown. Q�.. GRAVEL AND COBBLES (GC); sandy, clayey, with boulders, dense, slightly moist to moist, brown. Drive sample; standard penetration test (SPT), 1 8 -inch I.D. split spoon sample, ASTM D -15$6. 39/12 Drive sample blow count; indicates that 39 blows of 140 pound hammer falling 30 inches were required to drive the SPT sampler 12 inches. TPractical drilling refusal. Where shown above the bottom of the log Indicates that multiple attempts were made to advance the boring down to proposed bearing level. The auger twisted -off deepest attempt. ---� Depth to top of broken auger remaining in the boring during deepest drilling attempt. Indicates 2 -inch diameter slotted PVC installed in the boring down to the depth shown. NOTES: 1. The exploratory boring was drilled on October 30, 2009 with 4 -inch diameter continuous flight power auger. 2. The location of the exploratory boring was measured approximately by pacing from features shown on the site plan provided. 3. The elevation of the exploratory boring was measured by instrument level and refers to the Bench Mark shown on Figure 1. 4. The exploratory boring location and elevation should be considered accurate only to the degree implied by the method used. 5. The lines between materials shown on the exploratory boring log represent the approximate boundaries between material types and transitions may be gradual. 6. No free water was encountered in the boring at the time of drilling. Fluctuation in water level may occur with time. 7. Laboratory Testing Results: WC = Water Content (%) +4 = Percent retained on the No. 4 sieve -200 = Percent passing No. 200 sieve 109 365A I fZ:-1 "tGC j I LEGEND AND NOTES FIGURE 3 HEPWORTH-PAMAK rrnrcruuirsi HYDROMETER ANALYSIS I SIEVE ANALYSIS TIME READINGS U.S. STANDARD SERIES CLEAR SQUARE OPENINGS 24 HR, 7 HR 45MU ISM1N. 6014I14. 19NN. 4MW. IWK #200 #100 350 #30 #16 #6 #4 8161 aw 1112• r 5516• 8' 0 too w W. 30 UUJ z ¢ 50 z W U 0: W 0- so C EC G DIAMETER OF PARTICLES IN MILLIMETERS CLAY TO SILT SAND GRAVEL COBBIFS FINE MEDIUM COARSE FINE I COARSE Gravel 42 % Sand 36 % Silt and Clay 22 % Liquid Limit % Plasticity Index % Sample of: Clayey Sand and Gravel From: Boring 1 at 9 Feet 90 80 70 80 (r z W so a N z U to a, Io ?0 0 109 365A C z'teHM GRADATION TEST RESULTS ( FIGURE 4 Q LO w m e d z m 0 U z J LU r � z � s W W W 0 (�t"a Y W tr -J m Q�g a u- s O o a aLLJ i cd on aILUJ � U W w?S 0 Lu a Zpm cs v r UJ < 0 9 < cr !u W J F- t� NN,'> 11! N W Q z U a a- 2 Q M O Q J LU c� J Q N m U W a Q Z LU ix w DF�- ::� z 0 0 a� z x W a a 0 O I.0 IL O co �z m Tab 16: Utilities and Will Serve Letters from Utility Providers Included under this Tab 16 are letters from Qwest (telephone service), SourceGas (gas service), Holy Cross Energy (electric service), and Comcast (cable service). When letters become available from the Snowmass Village Water and Sanitation District and the Snowmass - Wildcat Fire Protection District, they will be provided for insertion under this Tab 16. In addition, a draft Master Utility Plan (Sheets C6 and C6.1) and a Preliminary Engineering Report forAmended PUD for the Timberline Condominiums submitted to Mary Harris by Sopris Engineering, is also provided under this Tab 16. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Ccomcast January 13, 2010 Sopris Engineering, LLC, Stephanie Helfenbein, E.I. Carbondale, Colorado RE: Timberline Condominiums Job # 10036 Snowmass Village, Colorado Dear Stephanie: Please accept this letter as confirmation of Corncast of Colorado /Florida, Inc.'s ability to provide cable service to the captioned location. The provision of service is contingent upon successful negotiations of an agreement between the developer and Comcast Cable. Should you require additional information, please contact Michael Johnson at 970 -205- 5432 or mobile at 970-930-4713. Sincerely, _Ptj + Michael Johns Sr. Construction Professional Colorado Market This fetter is not intended to give rise to binding obligations for either party. Any contractual relationship between the parties will be the result of formal negotiations and will only become effective upon execution of the contract by representatives of the parties authorized to enter into such agreements. During any negotiations, each party will bear its own costs and will not be responsible for any costs or expenses of the other party, unless separately agreed to in writing, March 16, 2014 Stephanie Helfenbein Sopris Engineering 502 Main Street, Suite A3 Carbondale, CO 81623 RE: Timberline Condominiums Addition Snowmass Village SE Job #1 0035 Dear Stephanie: 3799 HIGHWAY 82 • PO, BOX 2150 GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLORADO 81602 (970) 945 -5491 • FAX (970) 945.4081 The above mentioned development is within the certificated service area of Holy Cross Energy. Holy Cross Energy has existing power facilities located on or near the above mentioned project. These existing facilities have adequate capacity to provide electric power to the development, subject to the tariffs, rules and regulations on file, Any power line enlargements, relocations, and new extensions necessary to deliver adequate power to and within the development will be undertaken by Holy Cross Energy upon completion of appropriate contractual agreements and subject to necessary governmental approvals. Please advise when you wish to proceed with the development of the electric system for this project. 1iinrprply. ifranke9holycros s.com (970) 947 -5416 JAF:vw Franke \Aeffenbeln A Touchstone Energy C:ooperadve Alt)" Source Gas March 15, 2010 From: Carla Westerman SourceGas 0096 County Rd. 160 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970 -928 -0407 To: Stephanie O. Helfenbein Sopris Engineering, LLC 502 Main Street Suite A -3 Carbondale, CO 81623 RE: Timberline Condominiums, Snowmass Village, CO Dear Stephanie: The above mentioned development is within the certificated service area of SourceGas SourceGas has existing natural gas facilities Iocated on or near the above mentioned project. At this time it appears that these existing facilities have adequate capacity to provide natural gas service to your project, subject to the tariffs, rules and regulations on file. Any upgrading of our facilities necessary to deliver adequate service to and within the development will be undertaken by SourceGas upon completion of appropriate contractual agreements and subject to necessary governmental approvals. Please contact us with any questions regarding this project, and with a timeline of when you would like to proceed with your project. Sincerely, Carla Westerman Field Coordinator 03/15/2010 :r 8 Attn: Stephanie O. Helfenbein, E.I. Qwest. Sopris Engineering, LLC Spirit of Service`" 502 Main Street, Suite A3 Carbondale, CO 81623 Re: Timberline Condominiums Redevelopment Qwest Communications will provide telephone facilities to Timberline Condominiums Redevelopment as defined by the current PUC Tariffs. Jason Sharpe Senior Field Engineer 970 -384 -0238 Inarch 26, 2010 Mary B. Harris Timberline Condominiums 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 RE: Timberline Condominiums - Preliminary Engineering Report for Amended PUD SE Job #:10035 Dear Ms. Harris: Sopris Engineering, LLC (SE) has prepared the following Engineer's Report to address the proposed improvements for the Timberline Condominiums Amended PUD. Introduction The Timberline Condominiums are located in Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Timberline Condominiums are to the south and east of Upper Carriage Way and north of the slopes of Snowmass ski area. The project involves a lot line adjustment in order to accommodate the construction of a new pool, hot tub and building addition to the south of the existing property line. Existing Conditions The existing utilities, roads, and site improvements are shown on Existing Conditions Map. The site is currently developed with five buildings (J1 -J5), pedestrian and vehicular ways, and a pool and hot tub. The existing conditions map shows the locations of the existing sewer and water mains, and known shallow utilities. The utility locations shown on the maps are approximate and should be verified for construction purposes as the locates were performed when there was more than 2 -feet of snow. Access The site is currently accessed off of Upper Carriage Way. No changes are proposed to the existing access. Shallow Utilities (Gas, Electric, Telephone and Fiber Optic): There are no proposed improvements to the shallow utilities, only proposed relocations. The proposed relocated electric, telephone, cable, fiber optic and gas locations are shown on sheet C4.1- Master Utility Plan. Copies of the will serve letters from all required utility providers are enclosed with this submittal. Sanitary Sewer In order to serve the new pool area and exercise building, we propose locating the sewer service which currently serves the existing pool, tie onto and extend the service to serve the new pool area and exercise building. We will be installing a sump pump at the pool as the pool is lower than the existing pool in order to pump the water out of the pool into the sewer service. In order to serve the new hot tub area in the northern portion of the development, we propose locating the existing sewer service to "Building B ", tie onto it and extend it to the hot tub. 502 /Plain Street • 5uite A3 • Carbondale, CO 51623 • (970) 705 -0377 • Fax (970) 704q -0373 SopRis ENGINEERING.* LLO civil co „u,ron„ L:\My Timberline Files\Application \10035- ENGINEERINGREPORT.doc SE Job # 10035 March 31, 2010 Page 2 Water In order to serve the new pool area and exercise building, we propose locating the water service which currently serves the existing pool, tie onto and extend the service to serve the new pool area and exercise building. Additionally, in order to serve the new hot tub area in the northern portion of the development, we propose locating the existing service which currently serves "Building C' and extend it to serve the hot tub. The proposed pool and exercise building improvements will require the relocation of existing 8" and 14" water mains. The proposed relocations are shown on the sheet C4.1- Master Utility Plan. Drainage /Storm Water: The site will be designed to detain the difference between the pre and post development storms. The water which is detained will be collected and routed to an underground detention system. The system will release the pre - development storm at pre - development rates in the historical pattern. Sincerely, SOPRIS ENGINEERING, LLC Stephanie 0. Helfenbein, E.I. Design Engineer GRAPHIC SCALE Tab 17: Previous Approvals /Land Use Approval History Included under this Tab 17 is an outline of known approvals for the Timberline Condominium Association. Several of these approvals are specific to the maintenance facility located off -site in the Town of Snowmass Village parking Lot 13 and do not pertain to the proposed amendment. Also included under this Tab 17 is Ordinance No. 14, Series of 2000 that amended the Timberline SPA to permit the athletic club facility adjacent to the pool area. Some of the conditions specified as part of that ordinance have not been met by the applicant, and will be addressed as part of this amendment process. These will include the submission of the finally approved site development and land use plan for recordation and the cash -in -lieu payment (if determined to be owed) of $57,524.00 for the additional 351.25 s.f. created under the previous approval. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Timberline Land Use Approval History 1980 "Precise Plan of a Specially Planned Area" approved as referenced in Series 2000 Ord. 14 (see below). Series 1986 Ord. 13 (Approved 6/2/86; Recorded Book 514 Page 376, 7/14/86) Approved Timberline condominium Maintenance Facility SPA Plan with conditions (6/2/86) (located off - site in Town Parking Lot _) 1. Land Lease to be approved by council (Ord. 16, Series 1986); lease extended by Ord. _, Series of 2006) 2. Kitchen for use as on -site facility only 3. Two employee units in the main lodge be deed restricted. Series 1990 Ord. 17 Approved a 2 bedroom employee unit in the upper story of the maintenance facility (off -site) 1993 Administrative Approval Approved placement of cellular equipment beneath a deck of the maintenance facility (off - site). Series 1999 Ord. 11 (Approved 12/20/99) Ordinance amending Chapters 2, 5 and 16A of Municipal Code; specifies various changes to the land use code, identifies that PLIDs and Specially Planned Areas will allow the previously approved areas to remain subject to the development parameters approved by the Town or County, which constitutes the PUD plan for the property. Series 2000 Ord. 13 (Approved 6/19/2000) Amended Timberline Condominium Maintenance facility SPA to permit 200 s.f, addition to the building located in Parking Lot 13 for expanded wireless service facilities subject to conditions including: 1. Cash -in lieu for 5.69 sf of housing mitigation or $931.97 2. Two trees or cash in lieu Series 2000 Ord. 14 (Approved 5/30/2000) Amended Timberline SPA to permit an athletic club facility adjacent to the Timberline condominium pool area: • indicates current zoning to be SPA -1 Specially Planned Area zone district • recognized that the project received approval of a "Precise Plan of a Specially Planned Area" in 1980 • Housing mitigation generated was for 351.25 s.f. • Cash -in lieu would be $57,524.00 • Could deed restrict studio units 113, 114 and 213 as alternative Conditions of approval included: 1. approval was specific to plan only; 2. no modifications without further PC and TC approval; 3. cannot extend beyond applicant's property boundary; 4. applicant to prepare and submit Interim site development and land use plan for recordation; 5. deed - restrict housing or pay cash in lieu within 60 days of ordinance effective date. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 14 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TIMBERLINE S.P.A. TO PERMIT AN ATHLETIC CLUB FACILITY ADDITION ADJACENT TO THE TIMBERLINE CONDOMINIUM POOL AREA. WHEREAS, Timberline Condominium Association Inc. ( "Applicant'), has applied for a minor amendment to the Timberline S.P.A. to permit a 1,512 sq. ft. athletic club facility addition, including laundry room, mechanical space and meeting room, adjacent to the Timberline Condominium pool area (the "Project "), as shown and described within Exhibit "A'; and WHEREAS, the Timberline Condominiums ( "Timberline ") are currently within the SPA —1 Specially Planned Area zone district; and WHEREAS, the Project received approval of a "Precise Plan of a Specially Planned Area" in 1980 as part of discussions with the Town Council relating to the placement of the Timberline Maintenance facility vWthin Town Parking Lot No. 13; and WHEREAS, discussions, site visits and pre - application conferences by previous Planning Directors with the Applicant concerning the Project directed that this application could be considered as a minor SPA modification pursuant to Section 16A- 5 -390; and WHEREAS, it has been determined that an SPA Land Use Plan, specifying the existing zoning parameters for the Timberline, had not been recorded; and WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 11, Series of 1999, amended the manner in which above grade decks are calculated such that the Project, which is proposed to be located beneath an existing above grade deck, will be actually creating less than 500 sq. ft. of new calculable floor area; and WHEREAS, the current Planning Director determined that although the Project could be evaluated as an Interim SPA Administrative Modification, - it would be acceptable to process the Applicant's proposal as a Minor SPA amendment; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission considered the Project as a Minor SPA amendment and unanimously recommended approval at their April 19, 2000 meeting; and TG Ord. 00-14 Page 2 WHEREAS, a public hearing was held before the Town Council on May 30, 2000 to receive public comment; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has heard a presentation by the applicant and the recommendation by the Town staff regarding the Applicant's proposal. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: Section One: Findings. The Town Council finds as follows: 1. The applicant has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A -5- 390(2)(b) of the Municipal Code to permit the Town Staff and the Planning Commission an adequate review of the proposal. 2. All public notification requirements for an application of this type, as specified within Section 16A- 5 -60(b) of the Municipal Code, have been satisfied. 3. The application, subject to satisfying the conditions stated below, is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Section IOA- 5 -390M of the Municipal Code. 4. As a Minor SPA Amendment, the applicant should be required to prepare an Interim Site Development and Land Use Plan, as defined in Section 16A -2 -20, for review by Town Staff and recording, at applicant's expense, with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. 5. For the purpose of determining the restricted housing job generation rate as part of the employee housing mitigation formula within the 1,512 sq. ft, addition: 1) 426 sq. ft. should considered as a "Health Club" (1.47 jobs /1,000 sq. ft.); 2) the 500 sq. ft. Meeting Room should be considered as "Conference Center" (0.97 jobs /1,000 sq. ft.); and 3) the remaining 586 sq. ft. should be classified under "Multi- Family" as support facilities to the overall condominium project. Since that job generation rate for Multi- Family is calculated on a "per unit" basis and no additional units are being created, mitigation of that area within the project is not requited. 426 s.f. @ 1.47 jobs per 1,000 s.f. = 0.626 jobs generated 500 s.f. @ 0.97 jobs per 1,000 s.f. = 0.485 jobs generated (1.111/1.3 jobs per employee) X 411 s.f. = 351.25 s.f. mitig. hsg. required. TC Ord. 00 -14 Page 3 Section 16A- 4- 420(4)(c) of the Municipal Code provides that the Applicant may pay cash -in -lieu rather than provide the required amount of mitigation housing. Mountain View Phase II was determined to cost approximately $159.00 per square foot of employee housing constructed and the project was completed approximately one (1) year ago. Using this figure plus three percent (3.0 %) C.P.I., the cash -in -lieu would be $57,524.00 for this project. The Town Council finds that a possibly acceptable alternative to requiring cash - in -lieu would be for the Applicant to deed restrict as employee housing, in a manner consistent with the Town housing guidelines and in a form acceptable to the Town Attorney, the existing studio Units 113, 114 and 213, Timberline Lodge Condominiums. Satisfactory title information needs to be provided with the deed restriction document(s) to verify that these units have not previously been restricted for this purpose. Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby grants approval of a minor amendment to the Timberline S.P.A. to permit an athletic club facility addition adjacent to the Timberline Condominium pool area (the "Project "), as shown and described within Exhibit "A ". Further, any approval shall be subject to the conditions stated in Section Three below. Section Three: Conditions. The approval shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. This approval is strictly limited to the athletic club facility addition as specifically described and shown within Exhibit "A ". Materials and colors shall be consistent with the current Timberline facilities. 2. No modifications to the Project are permitted without further Planning Commission and Town Council approval. • 3. The proposed addition cannot extend beyond the Applicant's property boundary without landowner authorization. This applies to the ski slope side of the project where any possible encroachment will be below grade. The Aspen Skiing Company has agreed to permit the encroachment to occur provided the ski slope is restored to its current condition. The area shall be restored prior to final building permit inspection. 4. This approval is subject to the construction management plan attached hereto as Exhibit "B ". The size and location of the roll -off dumpster and the manner in which the refuse material will be contained and removed from the site will be subject to the requirements of the Town Public Works Department. TC Ord. 00.14 Page 4 5. Within sixty (60) days of the effective date of this ordinance, the Applicant shall prepare and submit to the Community Development Department an Interim Site Development and Land Use Plan, as defined in Section 16A -2 -20, for review by Town Staff and recording, at applicant's expense, with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. 6. The Applicant shall within sixty (60) days from the effective date of this Ordinance, whichever occurs first, either: a) Deed restrict as employee housing, in a manner consistent with the Town housing guidelines and in a form acceptable to the Town Attorney, the existing studio Units 113,114 and 213, Timberline Lodge Condominiums. The Applicant shall provide satisfactory title information with the deed restriction document(s) to verify that these units have not previously been restricted for this purpose. Following review and approval by the Planning Director and Town Attorney, the restriction document(s) shall be recorded, at Applicant's expense, with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder; or b) The Applicant shall make cash -in -lieu payment to the Town in the amount of $57,524.00 to satisfy the employee housing mitigation requirement for this project. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on May 1, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member Mercatoris, the second of Council Member Manchester, and upon a vote of 4 in favor and 0 against. Council Member Brady was absent. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, as amended, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on May 30, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member Hatfield, the second of Council Member Brady, and upon a vote of 5 in favor and 0 opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE By: _ jATTEST: T. Michael anchester, Mayor ' Trudi Worline, Town Clerk ` EXHIBIT A TC Ordinance No. 14, Series of 2000 / (Page 1 of4) � T9 lu+ InIst N / oo S to krlQatlon � w Wit t WNI Inigou" Wet WallA It eek Elev. -1000.Y I a .KJCSlT1DN O� p�}}�,�L c,.uB PAci�,)1Y B�F� �15T1N4 DECt� ; to o to' 201 ' GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEEj It ' EXHIBIT A TC Ordinance No. 14. Series of 2000 (Page 2 of 4) Al 1 - I It ZI I.Aim I - 0lilt 7� z 12-ij g US WIN z 12-ij g EXHIBIT A HTC Ordinance No. 14. Series of 2000 (Page 3 of 4) If I ;E H1 I atN O fl iii ;E P mtr) li 1{ J. u-1= L 2 L ...... Ti I P mtr) 1{ L 2 E)ZIUBIT A jjTC Ordinance No. 14. Series of 2000 (Page 4 of 4) W W in I ub -Z z t! him nkshy U:i z o 0 u1 /��cF�1B1T � c'zln,n Flo. ,�. sz>=s -:PLC J _Crystal Springs guilders, Inc 1044 Main Strectl Carbondale, Colorado 61623 (870 )904U4 Fax(6701063-4686 March 23, 2000 Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attn: Mr. Chris C. Conrad RE: Timberline Condominiums Athletic Club Facility Construction Management Plan Dear Chris: Crystal Springs Builders, Inc. submits the following Construction Management Plan for you review. Job site • The area behind the condominiums and the area between the ski slope summer access road and the construction site. The construction site will be fenced off with a bright orange construction mesh fencing with an access gate. Project Construction Hours (7 AM -7 PM Daily) 1. Material Storage • The level area between the ski slope and the area behind the a Condominiums. • Lot 13 for storage of long term material. 2. Roll Off Area 0 The level area between the sld slope and the area behind the Condominiums. o Lot 13 only when area behind condominiums is inaccessible. 3. ConstructionlTool Trailer o The level area between the ski slope and the area behind the condominiums. 4. Bathroom facilitieslPorta Potty o The use of a bathroom facilities in the Timberline Condominiums. If we require the use of a ports potty we will locate on the area between the site and the access road. MgL Plen ihtA the l o: 2 Exhibit "B" Page 2 of 2 Construction Traffic o Most delivery trucks wilt use the upper or lowar entrances to the ski slope summer access road and access to the job site behind the condominiums. S. Construction Personnel Parking e Personnel and Visitors during construction hours in Lot 13. 7. Construction Schedule o We anticipate the construction to start in the first week of June upon issuance of the building permit and be substantially completed by early October 2000. Sincerely, CRYSTAL SPRINGS BUILDERS, INC. W. colt Cooper Project Manager CC: Donald Quast (Timberline Condominiums) Raul Gawrys (Raul Gawrys Architecture) Larry Stangeland (Crystal Springs Builders, Inc.) Jobsite File Mgt. Plan Ttrnbaninc 2 of 2 Tab 18: Construction Management Plan Please see the draft Construction Management Plan for the TCA development under this Tab 18. A revised plan is proposed to be submitted at time of building permit once other construction issues are identified when the general contractor is brought on board. Timberline Condominium Association Minor PUD Amendment Submitted by Elk Mountains Planning Group, Inc. April 7, 2010 Page 1 Timberline Condominium Association 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Pool /Spa/Exercise Room Addition & Remodel Preliminary Construction Management Plan (CMP) for Minor PUD Amendment March 30, 2010 The Timberline Condominium Association 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Minor PUD Amendment CMP Building Construction and Schedule: The final construction schedule is dependant on the timing of the land use approvals and is subject to change at any time at the owner's discretion. The current construction schedule includes utility relocating, grading, mass excavation, shoring and building and pool /spa construction beginning in summer 2010 and finishing some time in 2011. General Environmental Protection: The following outlines the specific steps taken to protect the surrounding environment. • All site clearing, excavation, shoring and landscaping will be completed in accordance with the site specific information contained within this CMP for the minor PUD amendment as well as the CMP that will be submitted with the building permit. • All onsite trees that are to remain will be protected with fencing. No excavation work will be done within the drip line of any protected tree. • Silt fencing and hay bales will be utilized to protect the existing onsite drainage ways. • All hazardous and toxic materials will be disposed of and handled per the manufacturer's recommendations. • All concrete trucks and pumps will be washed at the designated concrete wash out area. • Vehicle tracking pads will be utilized as necessary to reduce and minimize mud tracking onto public roadways. • All fueling of vehicles and construction machinery will be conducted in a designated area to prevent accidental leakage or spills. • All tools and machinery used on the project must abide by the Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV) noise abatement standards. • Further practices may be required or specified by the site conditions or local and state legislation. Access: Access to the site will be off of Carriage Way via Brush Creek Road. The summer work road on Snowmass Ski Area that begins at the end of Carriage Way above the Top of Village Condominiums is also planned to be used. TCA will attain the proper permission from the Aspen Skiing Company to use this road. At this time there are no anticipated The Timberline Condominium Association 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Minor PUD Amendment CMP road closures during construction, however that may change pending the final coordination of the construction documents. Some equipment or material deliveries may cause temporary road delays. Temporary construction fencing will be used to define the areas of disturbance and limit access. Haul Route: The proposed haul route to and from the project will be State Highway 82 to Brush Creek Road to Carriage Way. Staging and Lay -down Areas: At this time the staging and lay down areas have not been finalized but are currently envisioned to be focused on the areas to the south of the main lodge building. The final locations of these areas will be defined in the CMP that accompanies the building permit after the general contractor has had time to review the site plan and communicate with town officials, if necessary, to determine the summer use of the public parking areas. Construction Phasing: The project may be phased into two phases in order to take advantage of the favorable weather during the summer months. It is currently envisioned that Phase I may consist of utility work, excavation and shoring. Phase II may then consist of pool, spa, and building construction. These phasing suggestions may change depending on the final timing of the land use approvals, seasonal weather and the owner's sole discretion. Construction Methods: All site clearing, excavation and landscaping performed on the site shall be done in accordance with these site specific environmental plans in order to reduce the impact of construction activities. Dust control via water truck or hose spraying shall be applied as required until landscaping and irrigation are in place and the fugitive dust is reduced to acceptable levels. For more details, see Fugitive Dust Control Plan section. Fugitive Dust Control Plan: Dust control mitigation efforts will include the following methods: • Site water will be available via existing on -site .hose bibs that will be used on a daily or as- needed basis to water down exposed soil from construction that is creating dust. • Fencing will be provided around the work site. • Vehicle speeds onsite will be kept to a minimum. 3 The Timberline Condominium Association 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Minor PUD Amendment CMP • Temporary vehicle tracking pads will be provided at the site access points in order to control mud tracking onto public streets. 0 Disturbed and exposed ground surfaces that do not receive hardscape or designed landscaping will be re- vegetated and irrigated with Pitkin Country Native Grass Seed Mix after the final grading is completed. • A Fugitive Dust Management Plan (FDMP) will be prepared by the general contractor and will be applied to all on -site activities and operations. Soil Stabilization and Erosion Control: Appropriate barriers and erosion control measures will be installed prior to and maintained throughout the duration of construction of the project in accordance to the engineer's erosion control plan. Storm Water Management Plan: Details of the final erosion control measures will be included in the building permit documents and final CMP but will include temporary measures enacted during construction that will eventually be replaced by permanent landscaping and re- vegetation measures. For the construction period, construction personnel will be instructed and supervised in construction methods consistent with erosion prevention practices. Erosion and sedimentation control will consist of several measures including straw bales, silt fences, vehicle tracking pads, etc., all to minimize nuisance silt and sedimentation exiting the site and to help prevent storm sewers from clogging. Chemical and Petroleum Products Storage:. The general contractor will store construction materials and equipment in an area from which runoff will be contained and filtered. Any on -site fuel storage will be contained by a perimeter control to prevent contact with surface runoff. Equipment maintenance will be performed in accordance with standard maintenance procedures, such as the use of drip pans to contain petroleum products. Maintenance: The erosion controls measures will be inspected daily during construction by the general contractor. Silt fence and hay bail barriers will be checked for undermining and bypass and repaired or expanded as necessary. The temporary vegetation of bare soils will be checked regularly and areas where it is lost or damaged will be reseeded. At a minimum, the general contractor or his agent shall inspect all storm water management efforts every 7 days and after significant precipitation events. Installations and modifications as required by the engineer will be implemented quickly after notification. 4 The Timberline Condominium Association 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Minor PUD Amendment CMP Permanent Stabilization Measurers: Permanent landscaping will likely include areas of sodding, seeding and tree and shrub plantings per the final approved landscaping plan. Disturbed areas outside the limits of construction will be reseeded with native mix. Temporary seeding will occur on all disturbed areas not scheduled to be permanently seeded, sodded or landscaped after rough grading. Drainage Way/Tree Protection: All surface ditches will be monitored and protected with the necessary barriers and fences. In addition, silt fencing or otherwise appropriate and approved means or erosion control will be installed and maintained around all drainage ways. Construction fencing will be installed at the limits of disturbance for all earthwork. All trees subject to protection will be fenced as necessary. Protection During Construction: • At all times during construction of the project, erosion control measures shall be maintained to prevent eroded soil from leaving the property. • A water truck shall be utilized during earthwork operations as required to minimize dust from earthwork equipment and wind. Water shall not be applied as to create runoff into erosion control measures. • Erosion control measures shall be inspected weekly and after significant precipitation events. All necessary maintenance and repair shall be completed in a timely manner. Inspections shall: • Ensure silt fence material remains entrenched and anchored. • Remove excess sediment periodically, at a minimum when sediment reaches a depth of eight inches. • Ensure sediment and debris is not leaving the property and any debris accumulated will be removed. • Note general site conditions. • Note the site visitation by any regulatory agencies. • In the event that gullies or concentrated areas of runoff develop, the Contractor shall implement the use of straw bale barriers. Straw bale barriers detain runoff from discrete, erosion -prone areas long enough for sediment to settle. Bales shall be of certified "weed free" straw bales, not hay. Straw bale barriers shall be routinely inspected, maintained and documented as described above. • No disturbance or activity shall occur beyond the limits of disturbance. No machinery or equipment may enter into the existing established drainage ways except as called for improvement show on the plans. 5 The Timberline Condominium Association 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Minor PUD Amendment CMP During construction activities, the project site shall be maintained in a clean, orderly and safe manner. Most "Good Housekeeping Practices" involve simple common sense but, are an important factor in pollution prevention. Good house keeping practices shall be maintained throughout the duration of the project and shall include such items as: • All workers onsite shall be informed of the general contents and procedures of the sediment and erosion control plan as well as additional construction requirements presented above. • Monitoring, prevention and proper clean up of drips or leaks from equipment or machinery shall be conducted. • No cleaning of equipment, tools, machinery, vehicles, etc. shall be conducted where runoff may enter erosion control measures, wetlands or undisturbed lands. • The cleaning of concrete delivery truck chutes shall be performed in the temporary concrete wash bay shown on the permit construction drawings. The discharge of water containing waste concrete to the storm sewer system is prohibited. • Storm drains, grates, inlets and swales shall be kept clean and free of debris. • Regular removal of garbage, trash and construction debris shall be conducted. • Removal of abandoned machinery, parts, etc. shall be conducted. • Signs shall be posted at appropriate locations indicating the proper disposal of garbage, construction debris and waste oils and chemicals. • Signs shall be posted for locations of spills, clean-up equipment and procedures. • Refuse dumpsters and receptacles shall be equipped with functional lids and routinely emptied. • Empty drums shall be covered to prevent collection of precipitation. • All chemical substances shall be listed and the Material Safety Data Sheet(s) obtained and posted. • Portable toilet facilities shall be properly maintained. Post Construction Protection: • Upon construction completion, the Contractor shall remove all construction debris, equipment, tool, machinery, garbage, etc. The construction site shall be prepared for re- vegetation. • Upon construction completion, the Contractor shall maintain erosion control measures until vegetation has been reestablished within the limits of disturbance. Vegetation will be considered reestablished when 70% overall ground coverage is achieved. [.1 The Timberline Condominium Association 690 Carriage Way Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Minor PUD Amendment CMP • Disturbed areas, which are not to be landscaped or constructed upon, shall be seeded and mulched using an appropriate, native seed mix. Seeded areas not mulched within 7 days of seeding shall be reseeded. Emergency Access: Emergency access will be provided from Carriage Way via Brush Creek Road. Hours of Operation: Construction will commence no earlier than 7:00 AM and cease no later than 6:00 PM for six days a week, with no construction taking place on Sundays or legal holidays. Note: Any information in this preliminary CMP is subject to revision and change pending the final PUD approved site plans and the future selection of general contractor. The selected general contractor will update this plan accordingly and resubmit a final copy at the time of building permit submittal.