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03-27-00 Town Council Packet SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION 03-27-2000 2:00 — 3:30 P.M. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION -- Joe Kracum....................Information to be distributed at meeting 3:30 -4:00 HOLY CROSS FRANCHISE DISCUSSION -- Steve Connor/Gary Suiter...................Privileged info. distributed under separate cover 4:00 - 4:15 COUNCIL COMMENTS/CALENDARS................................ Page 1 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING DATE: 03-27-00 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:30PM Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: EXECUTIVE SESSION OWL CREEK TRAIL NEGOTIATIONS Colorado Revised Statutes 24-6-402 (3) (a) Snowmass Village Municipal Code Chapter 2, Article 111, Section 2-45, Executive Sessions. Item No. 3: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. Sunday Monday I Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday March 2000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2:OOPM-TC WS 4:OOPM-TC Reg. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 2:OOPM-TC ANNUAL EOTC WS CULTURAL MEETING ARTS PUBLIC ASPEN FORUM COUNCIL ANDERSON RANCH CHAMBERS SCHERMER 4PM ROOM 4PM-5:30PM 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2:OOPM-TC CAST Mtg. CAST Mtg. WS Denver Denver 4:OOPM-TC Reg. 26 27 28 29 30 31 2:OOPM-TC 9:OOAM-Mall WS Partners Mtg. 4:OOPM-TC Carroll/Erikson SPECIAL Room-SCC MTG/EXEC. 1 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday I Thursday Friday Saturday 1 April 2000 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2:OOPM—TC TOWN TOWN WS MEETING MEETING 5:30 12:00 NOON— P.M.— 4:OOPM—TC Schermer Mtg. Schermer Mtg. Reg. Hall-Anderson Hall-Anderson Ranch Ranch 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 2:OOPM—TC 2:OOPM-W&S WS JOINT MTG. @ WATER& SAN. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2:OOPM—TC WS 4:OOPM—TC Reg. 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 a Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Ma y 2000 T1 2 3 4 ' 5 6 2:00 TC W.S. 4:00 Reg. Mtg. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 i 'I 14 115 16 - — , 17 - 18 '- --------� 2:00 TC W.S. 4:00 Reg. Mtg. I 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 -28 -- � 29 i 30 !I 31 -------r ----� MEMORIAL it DAY I i III I ii i i i 3 OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY l Ninth Judicial District Servbr q Gartrcld, Pitkiu, and Rio Blanco Counties Mac A4vers District Attostiiell 109 Eighth Strcct,SL14C 308 Mcphonc: 970-940-8630 Glenwood Springs,Colorado 81601 Facsimilc: 970-940-1304 March 212000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester Town of Snowmass Village PO BOX 510 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Mayor Manchester, During the week of April 9 to 15, 2000. crime victims, service providers, criminal and juvenile justice and allied professionals will join together across America to commemorate the 20" anniversary of National Crime Victims' Rights Week. This year's theme, "Dare to Dream," reflects on the tremendous strides that have been made toward victim justice that emerged from victims who dared to share their personal pain so that others might learn from their experiences; from victim service providers who dared to push for significant reforms that have resulted in more consistent and comprehensive assistance for crime victims; and from justice officials who dared to pursue a system of justice that balances the rights of accused and convicted offenders with the rights of crime victims. This week provides an excellent opportunity for our County to support this crucial issue by giving crime victims and those who serve them an opportunity to educate our citizens about violence and victimization and encourage their support for crime victims' rights and services. The District Attorneys' Victim/Witness Assistance Program provides services of information and support to crime victims, and work closely with community service agencies, in an effort to lessen the emotional and financial burden placed on victims as a direct result of the crime. The Office of the District Attorney would be honored if you would sponsor an official resolution to recognize April 9-April 15, 2000 as Snowmass Crime Victims' Right Week. This resolution would validate our important efforts on behalf of victims, and emphasize your personal commitment to crime victims and their needs. I have enclosed a sample resolution, which may help you compose an appropriate resolution for our county. Page 2 If you have any questions concerning this request, the sample resolution, or 2000 National Crime Victims' Rights Week, please call Judy Martin, our Victim/Witness Assistance Coordinator at (970) 945-8635 extension 2350. As always, we appreciate your support of the Office of the District Attorney's effort to support crime victims. Thank you for your consideration of this special request. Sincerely, Mark M. Myers District Attorney enclosure ,v 14 Whereas, year 2000 marks the twentieth anniversary of the commemoration of National Crime Victims' Right5Week; and Whereas, the victims' rights discipline in America has, for nearly three decades, dared to dream of a nation that is free from violence and an America where crime victims are consistently provided supportive services to help them cope with the trauma of crime and victimization; and Whereas, while the rate of most crimes continues to decrease, U.S. residents still experience nearly 31 million criminal victimizations, including nearly 8.1 million violent crimes annually: and Whereas, over 30,000 federal and state laws have been passed that define and protect the rights of crime victims. Colorado has passed a Constitutional Amendment that afford�victims important Participatory rights throughout the criminal and juvenile justice systems; and a ederal 6onstitutional ,6endment is currently pending in the U.S. Congress; and Whereas, important partnerships have been formed among criminal and juvenile justice agencies, allied professionals, and victim services to ensure that crime victims are treated with dignity and respect; and Whereas, our nation's commitment to victim assistance, crime prevention and public safety has resulted in countless individuals and collaborative initiatives that truly do our community justice; and —- Whereas, the new millennium affords us the opportunity to continue to dare to dream of a nation where liberty and justice for all includes each and every person who has been touched by crime; therefore, be it - BOG �a 1 4hall• Jtesoived, that the Snowmass Village Town Counsel designate the week of April 9 to 15, 2000 as Snowmass Village Crime Victim's'Rights Week; and be it further Reselved, that the Snowmass Village Town Counsel reaffirm a commitment to respect and enforce victims' rights and address their needs during 2000 Snowmass Village Crime Victim's Rights Week and throughout the year: and be if further that this official proclamation be presented to Victim/Witness Assistance Program during the 2000 Snowmass Village Crime Victims' Rights Week. ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS 1089 Bannock Street March 13, 200 Denver, Colorado 80204 Tel 303-892-6666 Fax 303-620-5600 Honorable T. Michael Manchester www.rmpbs.org Mayor Town of Snowmass Village P0 Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Honorable Manchester: Netlink, program provider for your local cable system, will no longer provide Rocky Mountain PBS to its cable operators effective March 31. While Netlink is encouraging cable systems to take the Schedule X Feed from PBS off satellite, you should be aware that that feed is not licensed for cable use in your community at this time. Therefore, your community will not only lose the high quality local PBS service they currently receive, but may no longer receive any PBS service at all. Rocky Mountain PBS is working diligently to find an alternate distributor for the signal, but it will be up to individual cable operators as to whether your community will subscribe to a new service. Your constituents will suffer a number of devastating losses in service when Rocky Mountain PBS ceases to serve your community. What follows are just a few examples of the services your community will lose as a result of this decision. Educational Support for Children and Adults Will Disappear. Rocky Mountain PBS provides educational services to more than half-a-million school children throughout Colorado. The children in your viewing community will no longer receive the educational support provided by Rocky Mountain PBS including overnight feeds of programs for use in the classroom, written support materials that enhance lesson plans and more. Rocky Mountain PBS provides telecourses for adults, allowing them to work from home to receive college credit from 15 accredited public colleges and universities. Viewers in your community will no longer have the option to study from home with Rocky Mountain PBS. Even more alarming, adults who are enrolled in telecourses will be unable to finish their current course of study. K R M A-l V. K R M A- DI . D E N V E R K T S C- T V. P U E B L 0/C O L O R A D O -S P R I N G K R M J IV. G R A N D I U N C T I Educator Training Will Disappear. Rocky Mountain PBS provides materials, training and workshops for more than 22,000 teachers throughout Colorado. Teachers in your community will no longer benefit from Rocky Mountain PBS's support. And it's not only our educational services that your community will miss. Wildly Popular Programs Will Disappear. Your community will no longer enjoy popular programs such as: British Comedies: Are You Being Served?, Keeping Up Appearances, Red Dwarf, The Thin Blue Line, Mr. Bean, and more. Special Programs: The Lawrence Welk Show, our Saturday night movies, The Nightly Business Report and more. The Core PBS Schedule: From Antiques Roadshow,NOVA and Mystery!to Sesame Street,Arthur and ZOOM! Local Programs Will Disappear. Your community will miss out on unique Colorado programming including: The Emmy Award-winning Spirit of Colorado, Rocky Mountain PBS's acclaimed documentary series highlighting the people and places that make this state unique. The insightful, thought-provoking State of Colorado, the weekly, prime-time, public affairs roundtable hosted by veteran Colorado journalist Don Kinney. Specials such as Rocky Mountain Legacy, which explores our state's rich past and profiles the people who make it great. Rocky Mountain PBS has received numerous calls from residents and cable representatives throughout Colorado expressing great concern about the loss of these programs and services. The loss of Rocky Mountain PBS will be devastating to many viewers in your community. Please contact your local cable operator and express your concern about the loss of Rocky Mountain PBS. Let them know that Netlink's decision to eliminate such a valuable educational resource is not okay with you or with the residents of your community. Rocky Mountain PBS is committed to serving all of Colorado and we are doing everything in our power to find alternative distribution methods for our signal. However, creating and funding additional distribution could take years. There is very little we can do to continue service to your viewing area by March 31. Please take a few moments to contact your local cable operator and let him/her know that you want to see Rocky Mountain PBS programs and services continue in your community. We will contact you, and your cable operators, as soon as we are able to provide more information about a new source for Rocky Mountain PBS programs and services. If you have questions or want more information about the many services that Rocky Mountain PBS is currently delivering to your community,please contact Rocky Mountain PBS Public Relations Manager Tiffany Q. Tyson at 303-620-5695. If we work together, we can ensure the future of high quality, local, educational, public television service to everyone in Colorado. Thank you in advance for your support. Si ly, James . MorgfalManager Presi ent and G �✓/~u ei��. -7� CD ZD 0 , Ala ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS 1089 Bannock Street Demer.Colorado 80204 March 13, 2000 id 303-892-6666 P.ix 303-620-5600 Honorable T. Michael Manchester ,w .rmpbs.org Mayor Town of Snowmass Village P O Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Honorable Manchester: Netlink, program provider for your local cable system, will no longer provide Rocky Mountain PBS to its cable operators effective March 31. While Netlink is encouraging cable systems to take the Schedule X Feed from PBS off satellite, you should be aware that that feed is not licensed for cable use in your community at this time. Therefore, your community will not only lose the high quality local PBS service they currently receive, but may no longer receive any PBS service at all. Rocky Mountain PBS is working diligently to find an alternate distributor for the signal, but it will be up to individual cable operators as to whether your community will subscribe to a new service. Your constituents will suffer a number of devastating losses in service when Rocky Mountain PBS ceases to serve your community. What follows are just a few examples of the services your community will lose as a result of this decision. Educational Support for Children and Adults Will Disappear. Rocky Mountain PBS provides educational services to more than half-a-million school children throughout Colorado. The children in your viewing community will no longer receive the educational support provided by Rocky Mountain PBS including overnight feeds of programs for use in the classroom, written support materials that enhance lesson plans and more. Rocky Mountain PBS provides telecourses for adults, allowing them to work from home to receive college credit from 15 accredited public colleges and universities. Viewers in your community will no longer have the option to study from home with Rocky Mountain PBS. Even more alarming, adults who are enrolled in telecourses will be unable to finish their current course of study. NRMA-TV. KRMA- DT. DENVER KTSC- TV. PUEBLO CCL01', P R I N 6 RAND IUNCTI r r Y Educator Training Will Disappear. Rocky Mountain PBS provides materials, training and workshops for more than 22,000 teachers throughout Colorado. Teachers in your community will no longer benefit from Rocky Mountain PBS's support. And it's not only our educational services that your community will miss. Wildly Popular Programs Will Disappear. Your community will no longer enjoy popular programs such as: British Comedies: Are You Being Served?, Keeping Up Appearances, Red Dwarf, The Thin Blue Line, Mr. Bean, and more. . Special Programs: The Lawrence Welk Show, our Saturday night movies, The Nightly Business Report and more. The Core PBS Schedule: From Antiques Roadshow,.VOVA and Mystery! to Sesame Street,Arthur and ZOOM! Local Programs Will Disappear. Your community will miss out on unique Colorado programming including: The Emmy Award-winning Spirit of Colorado, Rocky Mountain PBS's acclaimed documentary series highlighting the people and places that make this state unique. The insightful, thought-provoking State of Colorado,the weekly, prime-time, public affairs roundtable hosted by veteran Colorado journalist Don Kinney. Specials such as Rocky Mountain Legacy, which explores our state's rich past and profiles the people who make it great. Rocky Mountain PBS has received numerous calls from residents and cable representatives throughout Colorado expressing great concern about the loss of these programs and services. The loss of Rocky Mountain PBS will be devastating to many viewers in your community. Please contact your local cable operator and express your concern about the loss of Rocky Mountain PBS. Let them know that Netlink's decision to eliminate such a valuable educational resource is not okay with you or with the residents of your community. �y Rocky Mountain PBS is committed to serving all of Colorado and we are doing everything in our power to find alternative distribution methods for our signal. However, creating and funding additional distribution could take years. There is very little we can do to continue service to your viewing area by March 31. Please take a few moments to contact your local cable operator and let him/her know that you want to see Rocky Mountain PBS programs and services continue in your community. We will contact you, and your cable operators, as soon as we are able to provide more information about a new source for Rocky Mountain PBS programs and services. If you have questions or want more information about the many services that Rocky Mountain PBS is currently delivering to your community, please contact Rocky Mountain PBS Public Relations Manager Tiffany Q. Tyson at 303-620-5695. If we work together, we can ensure the future of high quality, local, educational, public television service to everyone in Colorado. Thank you in advance for your support. Si y, James). Morgese Prest and Gen 1 Manager OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY 3 <2 T Ninth Tudicial District 1 Seri,inq Garrield. Pit6n, and Rio Blntuo Counties 4 Lac ycls District Attornc1' 109 Eighth Street,Suite 308 76epnouc: 970-945-8635 Glenn•ood Springs,Colorado 81601 Facsimile: 970-943.1304 March 2'1. 2000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester Town of Snowmass Village PO BOX 510 Snowmass Village, CO 81615. Dear Mayor Manchester, During the week of April 9 to 15, 2000. crime victims, service providers, criminal and juvenile justice and allied professionals will join together across America to commemorate the 20ih anniversary of National Crime Victims' Rights Week. This year's theme, "Dare to Dream," reflects on the tremendous strides that have been made toward victim justice that emerged from victims who dared to share their personal pain so that others might learn from their experiences; from victim service providers who dared to push for significant reforms that have resulted in more consistent and comprehensive assistance for crime victims; and from justice officials who dared to pursue a system of justice that balances the rights of accused and convicted offenders with the rights of crime victims. This week provides an excellent opportunity for our County to support this crucial issue by giving crime victims and those who serve them an opportunity to educate our citizens about violence and victimization and encourage their support for crime victims' rights and services. The District Attorneys' Victim/Witness Assistance Program provides services of information and support to crime victims, and work closely with community service agencies, in an effort to lessen the emotional and financial burden placed on victims as a direct result of the crime. The Office of the District Attorney would be honored if you would sponsor an official resolution to recognize April 9-April 15, 2000 as Snowmass Crime Victims' Right Week. This resolution would validate our important efforts on behalf of victims, and emphasize your personal commitment to crime victims and their needs. I have enclosed a sample resolution, which may help you compose an appropriate resolution for our county. Page 2 If you have any questions concerning this request, the sample resolution, or 2000 National Crime Victims' Rights Week, please call Judy Martin, our Victim/Witness Assistance Coordinator at (970) 945-8635 extension 2350. As always, we appreciate your support of the Office of the District Attorney's effort to support crime victims. Thank you for your consideration of this special request. Sincerely, `--tom-- Mazk ivi. Myers District Attorney enclosure W, Mall Area Transit & Parking Plaza General Design Criteria ............................................................... Pedestrians ............................................................................................. Structure Features....................................................................................... Pedestrian access and flow have ultimate priority over bus and cars Provide a sense of arrival at the Mall Pedestrian Plaza above covered Bus Transit Area at same grade as Mall • Hold close to existing ridge line and minimize retaining wall exposure Pedestrian access from Mall must be easy and short to Bus Transit Area • Build parking structure down,rather than up Provide snowmelted walkways where necessary Provide open air feeling to bus plaza Moving ramps or escalators are desired to access buses Design for maximizing space now,cut-back later if necessary Accommodate ADA Requirements in Pedestrian Plaza Conference Area .......................................................................................... Minimize crossings of vehicular movements Provide strategically located reception/information area Provide bicycle facilities during summer season Accommodate approximately 16,000 sf for temporary conference tent Locate space in Lot 9,at approximate level of Elbert Lane Bus 71ransit............................................................................................. Loading g Delivery..................................................................................... Bus transit has priority over car traffic rhe.Hfa Provide transit riders with clear,easy directions to buses irwprovE operations on Elbert Lane and Daly Lane TOW Shuttle Buses AP bays for unloading,5'tlbays for loading Consider concept of holing through Parcel C Building • RrrA Regional&Day Skier Buses-'2 coach bays,l:f%iticulated bus bays Consider separation of transit vehicles from loading&delivery vehicles Accommodate ADA Requirements in Bus Plaza Provide for comfortable waiting areas,approx. 3600 sf for RPTA Other Considerations.................................................................................. Provide for smooth flow of buses through plaza, separate from car flow Limit bus paths crossing one another Provide plan for taxis, lodge vans,and charter buses Coordinate operations with Base Village development Provide visitor amenities including restrooms and congregating areas Provide concepts for use of existing T'OSV Bus Plaza Car Parkin • Accommodate Ski School drop offs until Base Village is developed Parking""""""""' " "" ' ""' Minimize visual and other environmental impacts to residents Provide for replacement of parking displaced by plaza Consider bus storage in underground parking area Provide too-200 additional parking spaces Consider operations management strategies for transit Maximize parking spaces near Mall Consider inclusion of transit operations offices Provide increased spaces for short term parking near Mall Consider automated ticket sales as well as face-to-face sales Provide for kiss and ride area near Mall Consider possible parking spaces under bus plaza area Provide clearly marked pedestrian exits from parking areas Consider security in transit&pedestrian areas Roadway Improvements ........................................................................ • improve intersection of Elbert Lane and Upper Snowmelt Road - Align relocated Snowmelt Road to recent realignment at Lot 4 !<3)P�/ Provide snowmelted roadways where necessary SNOWMASS VIUAG_ E MK CENTENNIAL 11/(f1�ilX I CENTENNIILL ENOINEEMINO.IMC. 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