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04-17-00 Town Council Packet SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION 04-17-2000 1:00 — 1:45 P.M. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION -- Joe Kracum, MK Centennial. . . . No Packet Information 1:45 — 2:15 LAND USE CODE DISCUSSION —ARTICLE V -- Victoria Giannola/Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 1 2:15 —2:55 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX UPDATE -- Marianne Rakowski/Bernadette Barthelenghi . .Page 2 2:55— 3:00 BREAK ......SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN.COUNCIL.....0........... REGULAR MEETING 04-17-2000 CALL TO ORDER AT 3:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 3: WILDLIFE AWARDS -- Chief Art Smythe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7 Item No. 4: FUNDING REQUEST ROARING FORK YOUTH BASEBALL CAMP -- Steve Martin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 9A Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 06, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND SECOND READING ACTION ON AN ORDINANCE GRANTING THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC. CONDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION TO COMMENCE CERTAIN CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES WITHIN PARCEL K, FARAWAY RANCH GROSS PARCEL PLAT. -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 10 Item No. 6: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF WOODRUN PLACE UNIT 34 TO CREATE ADDITIONAL CALCULABLE FLOOR AREA BY ENCLOSING A DECK 04-17-00tc Page 2 THAT IS A COMMON ELEMENT OF THE WOODRUN PLACE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION -- Victoria Giannola. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 34 Item No. 7: RESOLUTION NO. 18, SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO KENNETH M. NEIL FOR HIS SERVICE ON THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD -- Trudi Worline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 41 Item No. 8: DISCUSSION/ACTION FLOOR AREA EXCISE TAX POLICY ISSUES AND APPLICATION FORM -- Victoria Giannola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 44 Item No. 9: APPROVAL OF WORK SESSION SUMMARIES FOR 03-27-2000 AND 04-03-00 AND MEETING MINUTES OF 03-06-2000, 03-27-2000 AND 04-03-2000. . . . . . .Page 47 Item No. 10: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 15, SERIES OF 1999 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND SECOND READING ACTION ON AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A FRANCHISE TO HOLY CROSS ENERGY FOR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE TOWN FOR LIGHT, HEAT, POWER AND OTHER PURPOSES AND FIXING TERMS AND CONDITIONS THEREOF (Public Hearing continued from 04- 03-2000) -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 68 Item No. 11: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 05, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND SECOND READING ACTION ON AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE WILDLIFE HABITAT ANALYSIS, INCLUDING WILDLIFE MITIGATION AND ENHANCEMENT PLAN, FOR A 3.201 ACRE PORTION OF PARCEL F, LOT 3, EAST VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TO AUTHORIZE SUBMISSION OF A SPECIAL REVIEW USE APPLICATION BY THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER, INC. TO PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE 04-17-00tc Page 3 SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER EDUCATIONAL FACILITY (Public Hearing continued from 04-03-2000) -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 70 Item No. 12: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 09, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND SECOND READING ACTION ON AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF 16A TO CREATE A PRE-SKETCH PLAN PROCEDURE IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE -- Victoria Giannola/Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 94 Item No. 13: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING - ORDINANCE 21, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE FOX RUN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT TO CREATE ADDITIONAL CALCULABLE FLOOR AREA BY INCREASING THE FLOOR AREA RATIO AS REQUESTED BY THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION -- Victoria Giannola. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 101 Item No. 14: PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION ON RESOLUTION NO. 19, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL ACTION ON A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT TO PERMIT A SUMMER MUSIC CONCERT SERIES AT THE MALL ON FANNY HILL BY THE COMMUNITY FUND -- Victoria Giannola. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 161 Item No. 15: DISCUSSION REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (RTA) UPDATE -- Mayor T. Michael Manchester . . . .No Packet Information Item No. 16: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORT/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 170 Item No. 17: CALENDARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 178 04-17-00tc Page 4 Item No. 19: 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. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 Presented By: Victoria Giannola/Steve Connor Subject: Land Use Discussion —Article V Overview: No packed information has been provided for this discussion. This work session was requested by Town Council in order to provide direction and comments to staff as it relates to Article V. Recommendation: � I COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 By: Marianne Rakowski Staff: Marianne Rakowski Bernadette Barthelenghi Subject: Real Estate Transfer Tax Update Overview: Town Council has asked for an update on the Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund and the budgeted projects for 2000. Marianne Rakowski has prepared the Year-end RETT report and included any anticipated revisions for 2000. The Five-year budget summary for the RETT fund is also included. Bernadette Barthelenghi has prepared a Community Development Projects Update Report, which is included behind the financial information. We will both be present to answer any questions. Financial Summary: The RETT fund ended 1999 with an additional $1,382,381.37, part of this carryover ($784,995.37) is due to the Bus Storage at the Operations Facility not being completed until 2000. The $784,995.37 will be spent in 2000 to finish the bus storage, this does not exceed the $1,500,000 originally budgeted to be spent on the bus storage. Staff Recommendation: No action required. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX BUDGET SUMMARY 1999 2000 1998 1999 1999 $ 2000 2000 $ RUDGETSUMMARY ACTUAL REVISED ACTUAL VARIANCE BUD2121 REVISED VARIANCE BEGINNING CARRYOVER $ 135,814.23 $ 1,653,923.00 $ 1,653,923.00 $ - f 945,105.00 $ 2.327,488.37 $ 1,382,381.37 REVENUES RE"Revenues $ 2,303,11240 E 2,004,607.00 $ 2,547,701.77 $ 542,074.77 E 2.215,983 00 S 2,215,983.00 $Interest lncome $ 90.090.91 $ 93,70300 $ 125,804.47 $ 32,011.47 $ 107.413.00 $ 107,413.00 $ - Miscellaneous Income $ 12,050.21 $ - $ - $ - $ - f - $ - Tisnster in-Road Fund $ 50.000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 50,000.00 S - $ 0.000.00 $ 50,000.00 $ - Granl-EPAGaenMIt $ 142,60000 $ - 5 - $ - f E - f G000 $ 12,00000 $ 35,00000 S 5,065.15 $ (29,034.85) $ 20,00000 E 20,0000 E - SLC-Blake Trail $ 2,47304 S - f - f - $ - E - E TOTAL REVENUES $ 2,612,886.58 S 2,183,600.00 $ 2.728,651.39 $ 545,051.39 $ 2,393,398.00 $ 2.393,39800 $ - EXPENDITURES Benedict Park $ 19.755.41 f 3,00000 $ 5,07280 $ (2.072.80) $ 20.000.00 $ 20,000.00 S - Biological Water Assessment $ 30,000.00 $ 3,000.00 $ - SluCrkGreenDellProlect $ 322,132.34 E 157,887.00 S 135,682.00 $ 22,185.00 $ 300,000.00 $ 300,000.00 $ - Brush Creel,+"82 $ 68.00000 3 81,09.00 $ (13,509.00) $ - BmCrkROWTree"noscaping $ 4.230.20 $ 5,000.00 $ - S 5,000.00 S 5,000.00 f 5,00000 $ - Bnl Crk Pedestrian Trail $ Bru CAADM Crk Intersection $ 12,500.00 $ 10.500.00 $ 10,00.00 $ - $ 12,000.00 f 12,00000 S - Brusn Creek Landscape$Fence $ 12784 20 $ - $ - $ - $ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00 $ - Bus Slops $ 500.00 $ - $ - $ - $ - BusesBEOulpment $ 151,135.50 $ 150.053.00 $ 10,00.00 f - $ 68,593.00 $ 58.593.00 S - ConvapSeMce $ 22.000.00 $ 22,000,00 $ - Cr9ekside Trail Bridge $ 817.81 $ (817.81) S - Crossings Land Easement $ 10.000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ Drainage Control $ 82.8000 $ 110,487.25 $ (27,01.25) $ 30000.00 f 30.000.00 $ - EmployeeHousingTrees $ 55,00000 $ 53,432.0 $ 1,567.40 $ - En"ylDividadRoadnay $ 742.0 $ 0.00000 $ 26,364.67 $ 23.635.33 $ - GreenwayMastemlan S 20,00000 $ 5,065.15 $ 14,934.85 $ 15,00000 $ 15,00000 E - GuaWrail Protect $ Hiorsine Road Tail $ 174620 $ 40.25300 $ 78435 f 39,46565 E - Higtiway82Island $ 95,000.00 $ 95.000.00 E - Miscellans0us $ Mountain View I Trees $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ - NumOered Parking Lots $ 32,024.91 $ 8,000.00 $ 9,851 75 E (1,851.75) $ 6,000.00 $ 8,000.00 $ - OperationsFacilityEkpansion S 8,288.44 $ 1,50,000.00 $ 715.004.63 $ 784,005.37 $ 784,995.37 $ (784,905.37) OM Creak Trails $ Photo Tumoul $ 1,121.40 $ - $ - $ - $ Pmlessional SerAces $ 15.00000 $ 14,600.12 S 399.88 $ 15,000.00 f 15,00000 S - RawWaterlRlg2tion $ 30,00000 $ 30,000.00 $ - SnowmeltRoad $ 4,818.01 $ $ 18,910.98 $ (18.91008) E - Trait Signs $ 1705.00 $ 10.000.00 $ 263.52 $ 9,736.48 $ 35,000.00 $ 35,000.00 $ - Trells $ 17746.8 $ 0.000.00 $ 40,809]0 $ 10.190.21 $ 60,00).00 $ 60,000.00 $ - Tianslerout-G.F.Transpolabon S 326,158.00 $ 435,161.00 $ 435,161.00 S - E 399,165.00 $ 399,165.00 $ - Trensterout-G F.Landsclpog $ 177,247.82 $ 179,734.00 $ 192,02.88 E (13,068.88) $ 220,585.00 $ 220,585.00 $ - TrBnslt Depot Food $ 22400.00 E 20,90.00 f 1,0000 $ - WatersNedManagementPlan f 20.000.00 $ 17,064.72 $ 2,035.28 $ 45,000.00 f 45,000 00 S - Woodlondge Pedesuian Bridge S TOTAL EXPENDITURES f 1,094,637.79 E 2,892,41800 $ 2,055,088.02 S 837,329,98 $ 1,4213,343 00 f 2,213,338.37 f (784.995.37) NET REVENUE/EXPENDITURES $ 1,518,24817 5 (708,811300) f 613.563.31 f 1,382,381 37 $ 965.053 DO $ 160,057.63 $ (784,09537) ENDING CARRYOVER $ 1,60.023.00 f 945,105.00 $ 2.327,486.37 E 1,382,381.37 $ 1,910,168.00 5 2,07,544 00 5 597,386.00 BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS 1999 2000 logo 1999 logo $ 2000 2000 f ACTUAL REVISED ACTUAL VARIANCE BUDGET BUDGET VARIANCE DESIGNATIONSIRESERVES: GREENBELT PROJECT f - f - $ - $ - FUTURE CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE $ - $ - $ $ - $ - FUTURE PROJECTS RESERVE $ 30,00.00 $ 400,00.0 S 40,000.0 $ - $ S0,000.0 $ 500.0000 $ - E TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS: $ 300,00000 $ 4000.00 E 4D0,00.00 f - $ 50,0000 $ 500,00000 $ - FUNDS AVAILABLE'. $ 1,353,023.0 S 545,105.00 $ 1.927,486 37 $ 1,382,381.37 $ 1,410,10.00 $ 2,007,544.00 $ 591,388.00 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS B FUNDS AVAILABLE $ 1,60,02300 E 945,10500 $ 2,327.486.37 $ 1,382,381.37 $ 1,910,158.00 $ 2,07.544.0 f 597,386.0 3 r-- TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX BUDGET SUMMARY 1998 1999 2000 2000 $ 2001 2002 2003 2004 TITLE ACTUAL ACTUAL PROFOSEO REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSEfl PROPOSED CARRYOVER $135,674.23 $1,653,923.00 $945,105.00 $2.327,486.37 $1,382,381.37 $2,507,544.00 $3,581,345.00 $4,630,586.00 $5,784,484.00 Revenues $2,612,886.56 $2,728,651.39 $2.393,396.00 $2,393,396.00 $0.00 $2,262,896.00 $1,960,020.00 $1,951,001.00 $1,950,20900 Expenditure - ($1,094,637.79) ($2,055,088.02) ($1,428,343.00) ($2,213,338.37) ($784,995.37) ($1,189,095.00) ($910,779.00) ($797,103.00) ($831,247.00) YEAR END CARRYOVER $1,653,923.00 $2.327,486.37 $1,910.15800 $2,507,544.00 $597,386.00 $3,581,345.00 $4,630,586.00 $5,784,484.00 $6,903,446.00 1 Vww— BUDGET APPROPRIATION Appropriation from 1998 1999 2000 2000 $ 2001 2002 2003 2004 ' Year End Comvover ACTUAL ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPoSFD PRA PROPOSED PROPOSED capital Project Reserve $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Project/Maintenance Reserve $300.000.00 $400.000.00 $500.000.00 $500,000.00 $0.00 $600.000.00 $700.000.00 $800,000.00 $900,000.00 Undesignated Reserve $1,353,923.00 $1,927,486.37 $1,410,158.00 $2,007,544.00 $597,386.00 $2,981,345.00 $3,930,586.00 $4,984,484.00 $6,003,446.00 Year End Appropriation $1,653,923.00 $2.327,486.37 $1,910,158.00 $2,507,544.00 $597,386.00 $3,581,345.00 ¢1,630,586.00 $5,784484.00 $6,903,446.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax - Community Development Projects Update 1) Brush Creek Landscape & Fence - Fencing repairs to be done by the Green team. Seeding of wild flowers along Brush Creek Road. Bernadette will do a planting design to spruce up the welcome sign area and photo pull off area. Outside contractor will implement the design if funds are available. ($8,000 allocated for fencing and wildflower seeding only) 2) Numbered Parking Lots - Landscaping and planting lots one through four. Bernadette will hire a contractor to install flowers, rock and mulch by May 13'h the frost-free date. ($8,000) 3) Professional Services - Technical consulting support services for Rett projects. Surveying and structural engineering services for Seasons Four Restoration Project. Otak/Rock Creek Studios - John McCarty; Earth Resources - Hydrologist. ($15,000) 4) Brush Creek ROW trees - Annual roadside planting of additional trees along the Brush Creek right of way. Some of the funds are to be transferred to the beautification committee. Undecided if Green Team or a contractor will do the work. ($5,000) 5) Crossings Landscape Easement - Supplemental tree planting along the landscape easement. Work to be done by the Green Team. ($10,000) 6) Benedict Park - Conceptual designs to be done by Bernadette in house over the summer. Some of the construction details can be farmer out this fall to a consultant. ($20,000 Allocated for completed construction documents) 7) Brush Creek Stream Restoration - Landscape, stream, wetland, and erosion control designs and construction downstream from the 1998 Woodbridge Project and below seasons four. ($300,000 allocated to design and build the project) Consultants have been hired to do the design and keep the project on schedule for late summer construction. now 8) Watershed Management Plan - The plan and contract is in place to identify pollution sources impacting the water quality of Brush Creek. After sampling and reviewing the data design concepts and cost estimates will be submitted to the Town to review for implemention on a yearly bases. ($45,000) 9) Brush Creek Master Plant - A supported plan to by LOCO. A consultant will submit to the Town a document that integrates stream, trails, parks, and open space together as one mapping and planning tool. ($30,000) 10)Trail Signage - Planning and installing established town signage type along paved trails in the Town areas. Later in summer Ski-Co will install a wooden type sign along the single track more remote trail locations. ($35,000 Funding allocated will be spent on both types of signage) Bernadette is receiving cost estimates now. 11) Drainage Control - Implementation this year of a corrective measure based on the Watershed Management Plan consultant's findings to stop stream pollutants. ($30,000 Funds allocated for construction) 12) Contract Service - Landscape maintenance contractor to be hired for new Creekside tree planting, Woodbridge Park, and Numbered lots four thru six. Contract will be until plant material is established at which time it will be transferred to the Green Team. ($22,000) Bernadette will be requesting prices and awarding a contract this month. 13)Raw Water Irrigation Design - This is a feasibility study looking at raw water sources and feasibility. I am open to change the parameters of the proposal to look at solutions for the Towns Park System. ($30,000) 14)Biological Assessment - Part of the stream improvement planning process for aquatic evaluation. This is an eightieth month long study which will also be used for the Four Season Stream project and the interpretive signage program in Brush Creek. ($30,000) Contract is on my desk and ready to be routed for signatures. i 4 �' COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: April 17, 2000 BY: Art Smythe STAFF: Art Smythe Laurie Smith Tina White SUBJECT: Wildlife Awards OVERVIEW: The Animal Control Department felt that it would be appropriate for the Town Council to recognize those local businesses who responded so positively to our new Wildlife Protection Ordinance. The entities listed below moved quickly to remove outdoor food sources or installed bear resistant refuse containers. Their efforts, most made at considerable expense, had a definite positive impact and no bears needed to be trapped, relocated or euthanized last summer. We hope to continue this record in 2000. Aspen Skiing Company ... For their purchase and installation of bear resistant refuse cans at the golf course and ski area summer use areas. Coates.Reid & Waldron ... For their installation of bear resistant refuse cans at the Snowmass Center. Gateway Center ... For installation of bear proof cans on The Mall. Hansen Construction ... For complying immediately with the Ordinance by installing a metal box for edible trash at their Aspen Way construction site. Louis Swiss Pastry ... For changing their delivery practices to ensure that all pastries are delivered to an inside location. Parmalee & Companx ... For the purchase of bear resistant refuse cans at the private residences they manage. R.A. Nelson Construction ... For building a bear resistant dumpster shed for food refuse at the Snowmass Club construction site. R.F.T.A. ... For their immediate removal of open refuse cans at their Village bus stops. w4b. 17 /' COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE PAGE 2 OVERVIEW Cont'd.: Shell Properties ... For retrofitting Mall refuse cans with bear proof lids before adoption of the Bear Ordinance. Silvertree Hotel/VPM ... For upgrading their dumpster sheds and instituting late night garbage pickup until bear proof lids could be installed. The Crestwood ... For achieving early compliance by removing their small outdoor refuse sheds. Timberline Lodee ... For the installation of bear resistant refuse cans in their public, outdoor areas. LEGAL RECOMMENDATION: N/A STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Please distribute awards. mop s _ March 29, 2000 Mayor. T. Michael Manchester Town Council and Town Manager Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Michael, Merc, Mark, Kevin, Jack and Gary, We appreciate the opportunity to introduce the Roaring Fork Youth Baseball Camp. This two day baseball camp is targeted towards the development of basic baseball skills for valley wide youth ages 8 through 12 years of age and their coaches. Other sports in the Roaring Fork Valley such as skiing and tennis attract the highest levels of talented coaching that the world has to offer. It is our utmost desire to expose the youth of the valley to the same level of coaching talent in baseball that they have seen in other sporting activities. OUR GOALS ARE MULTIFACETED V Promote sportsmanship among all baseball youth, coaches, umpires &parents 2nd Provide a level of instruction that will uplift youth baseball 3'd Provide types of instruction that will reduce injury and improve performance 4'" Bring cohesiveness and consistency to all valley wide youth baseball programs by example and through proper instruction Due to the success of the `98 and `99 summer camps held in Basalt, it became apparent that we needed to expand our efforts. We turned away over 200 kids last summer. With this in mind, we have an additional camp in Aspen. Basalt and Aspen have committed to the following schedule. Basalt camp dates: May 20 & 21 Aspen camp dates: June 3 & 4 9am to 3pm for all days, 125 kids each day All organizers, local instructors and support staff are on a volunteer basis and have offered to provide their services at no cost. College coaches and ex-pro players that are traveling long distances are being paid for their travel and meals. The baseball coaches from the Airforce Academy in Colorado Springs will be here this year! We are presently looking for sponsorship for, travel and meals to bring the coaches here, scholarships for needy kids, insurance costs and lunches. ` at 74 _ Town of Snowmass March_9,2000 Page 2 Please notice those who have committed to help with this great event so far: NORWEST BANK, baseball hats ALPINE BANK, tee shirts VECTRA BANK, $500 THE TIMBERS $100 LEAH MORIARTY $500 CRAIG MORRIS $500 ALPINE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, housing for coaches SNOWFLAKE INN, housing for coaches SNOWMASS ROTARY, scholarships for needy kids ROARING FORK SUNDAY, advertising ASPEN TIMES, advertising GLENWOOD POST, advertising SNOWMASS SUN, advertising VALLEY JOURNAL, advertising We even had a few girls last year who had a fabulous time and we're hoping to have more girls this spring. Thank you for your consideration and here's to helping to keep our kids healthy and focused... Steve Martin, Snowmass Rotary, Aspen Buddy Program, President Little Red Schoolhouse Nick Alcorta, Town of Basalt Athletic Director, Basalt High School Baseball Coach Ron Morehead, Aspen Sports, Ambassador for Ski Co., Coach for Roaring Fork Valley Pee Wee Football Program Leah Moriarty, Aspen Board of Realtors Golf Committee, BJ Adams & Company Event Organizers A baseball club is part of the chemistry of the city. A game isn't just an athletic contest. It's a picnic. A kind of town meeting. Michael Burke Yankees President (1967-73) 9 ' TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: MONDAY, 04-17-2000 WHERE: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KEARNS ROAD 2ND FLOOR SNOWMASS CENTER BUILDING WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: ORDINANCE NO. 06, SERIES OF 2000, AN ORDINANCE GRANTING THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC. CONDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION TO COMMENCE CERTAIN CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES WITHIN PARCEL K, FARAWAY RANCH GROSS PARCEL PLAT TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 4 : 00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: 923-3777 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on 04-05-2000 . http://www.tosv.com clerk @tosv.com r �' COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Senior Planner Subject: Discussion and Second Reading: Ordinance No. 6, Series of 2000, an ordinance granting the Timbers at Snowmass, LLC. conditional authorization to commence certain construction activities within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat. Topics: Work Activity Limits: Excavation Construction Management Plan Monitoring and Construction Oversight Performance and Restoration Bond Overview: The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC. has requested authorization from the Town Council to commence certain construction activities within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat. The work involves: 1) mobilization and site access; 2) fencing, staging and construction trailer set-up; 3) placement of interim erosion control measures; 4) placement of and interceptor trench drain uphill of their proposed soldier pier wall; 5) installation of a combination of temporary and/or permanent creek diversion facilities; 6) installing a soil-nailing retaining wall system at Buildings J, K and A; 7) installing a soldier pier retaining wall system at Buildings K, B and C; and 8) placement of un-tapped underground utility lines to Parcel „N„ Work Activity Staff had requested that the applicant clarify the extent of the Limits: Excavation intended site work by defining limits to the area where excavation will occur under the subject permit. Their application was interpreted to limit excavation to that which was necessary to complete the work outlined above and had not been read to include excavation for the parking structure or other improvements. The applicant has provided a site plan showing the proposed "Area of Initial Excavation" and will discuss the work activity that is proposed to occur on site. Staff is not opposed to extending the area where excavation may be allowed, but only as could be demonstrated as .MWII - reasonably necessary for the period between now and Final PUD approval. Lambert & The final written comments from Lambert & Associates have Associates Comments: been included within the packet Please review the Construction Management Plan site plan Construction which identifies changes to the sedimentation ponds, staging, Management Plan: parking (Kiss & Ride) and fenced areas in response to direction received during the Preliminary PUD process. Discussion needs to focus on what will be the construction status of their project going into the next ski season. A new letter from CTL/Thompson (See Exhibit B of the Monitoring and Ordinance) has been provided which responds to monitoring Construction and construction oversight. Staff recommends: 1) that Oversight: consideration be given to locating another inclinometer further uphill; 2) monitor readings be taken for at least a week prior to excavation to establish a solid base-line for the new monitor locations; 3) that readings occur more frequently, possibly twice weekly, during the first few months following commencement of work; and 4) monthly for 1 year following completion of the project. Staff will provide further comments at the meeting concerning construction oversight. Performance nd Resstoration ation Bond: The Town Attorney may have comments or the Applicant may have questions the need to be covered during the meeting. Recommendation: Staff recommends secon reading approval of the enclosed ordinance. PAuser\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Timbers\The Timbers ExcavPermit TCMemo02.doc EXISTING RETAINING ^ THE TIMBERS CLUB WALLS TO REMAIN TEMPORARIL \ EXCAVATION BRACING DIA RAMS PERMIT#I, FEB. 060 REVISED, AP . 2000 CONSTR TRAILER MODEL UNIT \ AREA OF INITIAL /(1000) EXCAVATION 1 110 (1010) �~ \ar Boff of Exc E1=79'-4' -90(990) i J --� 80(980) SKI i EASEMENT THE RIDGE j EW OUTBOUND i SKI TRAIL i i ZONE FOR TRENCH DRAIN LOCATION _ AND SITE CONDITIONS—EXACT PLACEMENT TO BE DETEjM INED IN FIELD BASED ON EXISTING TOPOGRAPHY ERBRO EXISTING IN-BOUND � SKI TRAIL DIAGRAMMATIC SITE PLAN (supFmm?r TG Rel-I(P17)w l I-z9-99 F,aminny-view appG­d�) SEE CIVIL DRAWING G4 FOR GRADING INFORMATION Inuth i nub ASsaritt#ts CONSULTING GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERS AND MATERIAL TESTING March 30, 2000 Town of Snowmass Village Planning and Building Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 PN: M99262GE Attention: Mr. Chris Conrad, Senior Planner Subject : Geotechnical Engineering Review of the Timbers at Snowmass in Snowmass Village, Colorado. Mr. Conrad: This letter is in response to your March 26, 2000 letter. As requested we have reviewed the February 26, 2000 memo from Mr. Paul Broome titled "Adjacent Property Inspections" . In consideration to your request for recommendations as to the locations for inclinometer and surveyor monuments and additional piezometers we have the following comments. We suggest that the geotechnical engineer for the project determine locations to best suit his needs for monitoring. Philosophically the most useful locations for inclinometer and survey monuments would include the locations which demonstrated the lowest factor of safety for slope stability during the slope stability analysis. Prudent locations for inclinometer and survey monuments would include inclinometer and survey monuments located in areas most likely to experience movement such as near the toe of the critical slope, near the midpoint of the critical slope and near the top of the critical slope. The critical slope location is best determined by the slope stability analysis and therefore identified by the geotechnical engineer performing the slope stability analysis. Consideration may be given to locating inclinometer and survey monuments downhill from existing structures, between the proposed Timbers Club excavation and the existing structures, to help monitor slope responses to excavation below the existing structures. A location near existing structures would help future assessment of construction movement. Imm /9// P.O.BOX 3966 P.O.BOX 0015 211 BODO DR. GRAND JUNCTION,CO 61502 MONTROSE.CO 61102 DURANGO.CO 61301 (910)21S-6506 (970)219.2150 (970)259.5095 FAX: (970)219-9750 FAX: (970)2494262 FAX: (9701362-2515 M99262GE 3/30/2000 Page Two We understand that additional piezometers may be installed as part of the construction monitoring. It may be beneficial to monitor ground water levels near the locations of the inclinometer and uphill from and downhill from the planned drain system above the proposed building site. As indicated in the CTL/Thompson, Inc. report we understand that two levels of free subsurface water may exist on the proposed site . It may be prudent to install piezometers in pairs to help identify the free subsurface water response to draining at each of the anticipated free subsurface water levels. This determination is best made by the project geotechnical engineer. Measurements of the inclinometer, survey monuments and piezometers typically are conducted often prior to and at the onset of the project to help identify initial characteristics and during construction responses . This may be done an a weekly basis, however at the onset of excavation you may wish to consider daily readings until a pattern is established in the measured soil responses . Once construction is nearly complete and the measurements indicate a predictable pattern it may be possible to reduce the frequency of measurements to once or twice per month. You may want the measurements be conducted often enough to help identify any sudden changes in slope characteristics during construction and for a period after construction sufficient to allow a new equilibrium from soil stress changes from construction to be reached. A monitoring time frame can best be determined by the geotechnical engineer for the project . We have reviewed the February 26, 2000 memo from Mr. Paul Broome titled "Safety Plan during the Shoring Wall Installation" . Based on our review we have provided the following comments. Construction initiated slope movement may be observed either as slow creep type movement or with the rate of movement increasing to a spontaneous slope failure. The first safety plan measure presented provides a drill rig on site during construction to allow additional tiebacks to be installed to increase the resistance to slope movement . This technique will be viable only if the observed slope movement is slow creep type movement . If spontaneous slope failure occurs there may not be sufficient time to install additional tiebacks. If spontaneous slope failure occurs it may be necessary to place material into the excavation to slow or stop movement . It will be important to maintain a very convenient nearby source of material of sufficient volume to provide the necessary stabilization. The geotechnical engineer is in the best position to provide 1 Lambert anti R000riate,o - / CONSULTING GEOTECNNICAL ENGINEERS AND MAIENIAL IEST.NG M99262GE 3/30/2000 Page Three recommendations for the volume of soil needed to backfill the excavation in case failure mitigation is needed. As you requested we have reviewed the February 25, 2000 letter from CTL/Thompson Inc. titled "Engineers Opinion" . The engineers opinion states on Page 2 , third paragraph, "Our Analysis indicates the FOS for the anchored slope will be equal to or greater than the existing condition for the parameters used to model the slope. " Based on this statement and assuming appropriate analysis and strict supervision by the geotechnical and structural engineers during construction we feel that the design and construction techniques reflect generally accepted . geotechnical engineering practice which could be considered effective in maintaining the current, as is, risk for damage from slope movement to adjacent property. We suggest that construction include strict supervision by the geotechnical engineer and structural engineer to help identify any adverse effects during construction and to verify that mitigation measures are efficiently implemented if adverse conditions develop. The documents reviewed provide construction techniques to help reduce the influence of the excavation on the slope stability and to provide measures to monitor uphill slope and structure conditions. These techniques should help reduce the risk to adjacent properties if appropriately designed and supervised. We suggest that reports be submitted on a regular basis identifying the results of the monitoring and any unexpected conditions encountered and recommendations to address those unexpected conditions. If you have any questions concerning the geotechnical engineering aspects of your project or if we may be of further assistance please contact us. Respectfully Submitted: LAMBERT AND ASSOCIATES Reviewed B an W. Jo on, P.E. ennis D ert, P.E. NWJ/nr Lambert anti 2oocriatro dow Asonow CONSULTING OEOTEC,NMCIL ENGINEERS AND NNE4A. P."'VO TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 06 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE GRANTING THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC. CONDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION TO COMMENCE CERTAIN CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES WITHIN PARCEL K, FARAWAY RANCH GROSS PARCEL PLAT. WHEREAS, the Timbers at Snowmass, LLC. (the "Applicant') has requested authorization from the Town of Snowmass Village (the "Town") to commence certain construction activities within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat; and WHEREAS, the construction activities involve what would be the initial site development phase of the Timbers at Snowmass Planned Unit Development (the "Timbers PUD"); and WHEREAS, said work will be limited to: 1) mobilization and site access; 2) fencing, staging and construction trailer set-up; 3) placement of interim erosion control measures; 4) placement of and interceptor trench drain uphill of their proposed soldier pier wall; 5) installation of a combination of temporary and/or permanent creek diversion facilities; 6) installing a soil-nailing retaining wall system at Buildings J, K and A; 7) installing a soldier pier retaining wall system at Buildings K, B and C; and 8) placement of un-tapped underground utility lines to Parcel "N", Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat; and WHEREAS, on February 26, 2000, the Applicant submitted drawings and documentation as part of a building permit submittal package for said construction activities; and WHEREAS, Town Council Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000, which was adopted on March 20, 2000, approved the Timbers Preliminary PUD by granting authorization for the Applicant to prepare and submit the final architectural, civil, and site drawings that are customarily included as part of the Final PUD application; and WHEREAS, the subject building permit package specifically concerns only construction activities that are consistent with the Timbers Preliminary PUD development proposal; and WHEREAS, the level of design and detail in the building permit package provided would be as customarily found as part of a Final PUD application; and WHEREAS, during the course of the Preliminary PUD review process the Applicant and Town Council discussed the various geotechnical and ground ow / 7 i Ordinance No.6,Series of 2000 Page 2 water issues relating to the project site and the advantages to being able to commence installation of the interceptor trench drain and soldier pier retaining wall system as soon as possible before the commencement of the Spring run- off; and WHEREAS, it was generally found that the subject wall and drain systems, if properly designed and constructed, would aid in the stabilization of the hillside and could be installed independent of the garage, buildings and other improvements proposed as part of the Timbers PUD; and WHEREAS, this Ordinance only concerns granting authorization for the Applicant to submit the subject building permit application for the commencement of the specific construction activities listed above prior to receiving any Final PUD approval;.and WHEREAS the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate protection of the public health safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, as follows: Section One: Findings: In consideration of the Applicant's request, the Town Council finds as follows: 1. The geotechnical studies submitted during the Preliminary PUD process and within the building permit submittal have considered on- site and neighboring property conditions. The Engineer's Opinion submitted pursuant to Section 16A-4-50 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code") and supporting geotechnical and structural information describe the Applicant's design considerations and construction techniques that will be incorporated within the interceptor trench drain and soldier pier retaining wall systems to ensure that said work will occur and the improvements will be placed in a manner that will not cause greater slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure of the surrounding hillside. 2. It is the responsibility of the Applicant's professional engineers and contractors to design and construct the proposed systems such that there will be no significant risk that damage to adjacent property will result from the proposed construction or improvements. The building permit submission includes a monitoring proposal involving Sage 4=0 / V dw� Ordinance No.6,Series of 2000 Page 3 Construction Consulting, CTL/Thompson and Sopris Engineering in order to evaluate and document the existing up-slope condition and to monitor the hillside during and subsequent to the proposed site earthwork. The Applicant has agreed to make arrangement to provide access to the monitor locations and grant authority for professional engineers to continue to take readings in the future. In addition, a contingency plan has been outlined should slope movement or failure be encountered during construction. 3. The Town Council finds, based upon the information provided and Applicant's representations, that the interceptor trench drain, soldier pier retaining wall systems and mitigation measures identified, if properly designed and constructed under strict supervision of the geotechnical and structural engineers, reflect generally accepted engineering, civil and/or structural design practices and standards which could be expected to be reasonably effective in mitigating the risk of damage to adjacent property. 4. The Town Council finds, based upon the information provided and Applicant's representations, that the proposed construction activity and improvements, if properly designed and constructed under strict supervision of the geotechnical, civil and structural engineers, would not cause greater slope instability, increase the potential for slope failure or present a significant risk that damage to adjacent property will result from the proposed construction. 5. The Applicant has agreed to post a performance bond to guarantee that the shoring wall, dewatering facilities and all other work being considered at this time will be completed within the timeframe specified within their construction management plan. 6. The Town Council does find that it is desirable to commence this excavation and construction of the shoring wall and dewatering facilities prior to the Spring run-off and onset of the rising water tables. They further find that sufficient understanding has been gained during the Preliminary PUD review and in reviewing the building permit submission documents to allow the Applicant to make permit application for the subject construction activities in order to commence development prior to their Final PUD to the extent authorized pursuant to any building permit approval that may be granted by the Town Community Development Department. dOMP / � dMM01W Ordinance No.6,Series of 2000 Page 4 7. Recognizing the significance of the construction activity proposed and that the work is of a nature and scale that is beyond the scope of the Town's typical building permit inspection program, the Town Council finds that a project of this type should have some form of specialty inspection and reporting mechanism occurring during the course of construction. 8. Any such permit(s) so issued may only be exercised at the Applicant's own risk. Section Two: Authorization. The Town Council hereby authorizes the Applicant to submit and the Community Development Department to accept for review a building permit application for certain construction activities within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat. Said application, as further described in Exhibit A of this Ordinance, involves: 1) mobilization and site access; 2)fencing, staging and construction trailer set-up; 3) placement of interim erosion control measures; 4) placement of and interceptor trench drain uphill of their proposed soldier pier wall; 5) installation of a combination of temporary and/or permanent creek diversion facilities; 6) installing a soil-nailing retaining wall system at Buildings J, K and A; 7) installing a soldier pier retaining wall system at Buildings K, B and C; and 8) placement of un-tapped underground utility lines to Parcel "N", Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat. Further, the authorization granted shall be subject to the conditions specified within Section Three below. Section Three: Conditions of Authorization. 1. No excavation or other construction activities, including drainage trench or shoring wall, may occur until such time as the necessary Town permits have been reviewed, approved and issued by the appropriate Town departments. The Applicant and/or landowner shall be responsible for completion of the permitted work within the specified time-frame and to satisfy all other terms and conditions of any Town permits issued. 2. A non-cancelable performance and restoration bond will be required to ensure completion of the wall, drainage and stream projects once commenced. Said bond shall assure that the landowner will comply with all Town building permit requirements and applicable Municipal Code standards and specifications and shall assure completion of the permitted work if due to failure of the Applicant to comply with the provisions of this Ordinance within the specified time frame and that Ordinance No.6,Series of 2000 Page 5 said work will be completed without expense to the Town as a result of any stoppage of the work that is to be performed. 3. The landowner shall provide the Town documentation of the project cost at the time of application for the permit, for evaluation and approval. The bond shall be from an acceptable surety bond company licensed to do business in Colorado and shall be in a form acceptable to the Town Attorney. 4. When readings must be taken and how information is provided to the Town... [To be discussed at the meeting.] 5. Construction and/or project management issues may arise or problems may occur during construction that could not have been reasonably anticipated at the time the permits are issued or that are not sufficiently addressed within the Applicant's Construction Management Plan. The Planning Director shall have the authority to amend the Construction Management Plan as reasonably necessary to resolve the issue or problem. The Applicant may then agree with the Planning Director's decision or appeal to the Town Council for final determination. Said appeal shall be submitted in writing to the Community Development Department within five (5) days of the director's decision. 6. The proposed work is customarily reviewed by the Town Council during the Final PUD process and conditions are specified within the final PUD ordinance. Staff may include the conditions of this Ordinance 6, by reference, as part of the building permit issued such that violation of the terms and conditions of this Ordinance shall also be enforceable pursuant to Chapter 18 of the Municipal Code. Additional conditions may also be included as necessary to ensure compliance with all other applicable provisions of the Municipal Code. Should disagreements occur or issues arise that cannot be resolved Ordinance No.6,Series of 2000 Page 6 at the staff level, the Applicant may then appeal the matter to the Town Council for final resolution. Said appeal shall be submitted in writing to the Community Development Department within five (5) days of the planning or community development director's decision. 7. The building permit application shall include some form of specialty inspection and reporting mechanism as described within Exhibit B; which ensures necessary oversight during the course of construction. The final proposal shall specify: 1) the manner in which the inspections will be conducted; 2)who will be conducting the inspections; and 3) how the Applicant will submit reasonable and necessary reports as may be required during t#ie-construction by the Town Building Official. The final necessary inspection and reporting procedures shall be established by the Town Building Official following review of the permit application and shall be a condition of the permit being issued. Section Four: Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on April 3, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member Brady, the second of Council Member Mercatoris, and upon a vote of 4 in favor and 0 against. Council Member Hatfield was absent. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED as amended, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on April 17, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and _ against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk H ASha red\Clerk\Ord Ac\00-06 EXHIBIT A [APPLICANT'S BUILDING PERMIT PACKET] (PROVIDED PRIOR TO APRIL 3 MEETING) EXHIBIT B FOLLOWS THIS PAGE IN PACKET 13 April 5, 2000 The Timbers Club at Snowmass c/o Norris &Associates, Inc. 5080 County Road 154 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 Attention: Mr. Mark Norris Subject: Ordinance No. 06 Series 2000 The Timbers Club At Snowmass Snowmass Village, Colorado Job No. GS-2940 Gentlemen: We received a copy of the Town of Snowmass Village Ordinance No.06 Series 2000. The ordinance grants Timbers at Snowmass, LLC conditional authorization to commence certain construction activities within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat. It appears comment from CTL/Thompson, Inc. is appropriate for Item No's. 5 and 9 under"Section Three: Conditions of Authorization". Item No. 5 grants others access to inclinometers to be installed by CTL/Thompson, Inc. in order to monitor excavation and retaining wall construction and post construction wall performance. Item No. 9 requires speciality inspections in accordance with and a reporting mechanism to provide necessary oversight during the construction authorized under the subject ordinance. Our comments are below. Item No. 5 CTL/Thompson, Inc. will work with the geotechnical consultant for Ridge Condominiums to provide access to that inclinometers installed to monitor site excavation, shoring wall construction and post construction performance of the shoring wall. The sharing of data between our consulting firms is not an unusual practice. Item No. 9 Construction activities authorized underordinance No.06 Include installation of an interceptor drain, a soil nailed retaining wall system adjacent to Buildings A, CTL/THOMPSON, INC. _. CONSULTING ENGINEERS _ 234 CENTER DRIVE ■ GLEN WOOD SPRINGS,COLCR.4D0 81601 D (970)945.2809 J and K,and a retaining wall tied back with ground anchors above Buildings K, Band C. CTL/Thompson, Inc. will provide construction observation and materials testing services during construction activities anticipated as authorized by the ordinance. These activities will be performed on a full-time basis under contract with the owner.A representative of CTL/Thompson, Inc.will observe the installation of drill piers and log soils and bedrock encountered during construction of the interceptor drain and the retaining wall. During installation of soil nails and ground anchors CTL/Thompson, Inc. normally observes and checks the following aspects of installation: 1. Drilling of anchor and nail holes to check subsurface conditions are as anticipated; 2. Verify drill hole angle from horizontal and magnetic bearing orientation at the start of drilling is as shown on plans; 3. Verify total anchor length; 4. Check that cable tendons or bar tendons steel mill documentation conforms with plan specifications; S. Periodically cast and test cubes of anchor grout; 6. Record results of proof and performance load tests performed by the contractor; and 7. Monitor lateral wall movements. Performance monitoring including proof and performance testing is usually conducted by the contractor under contract with the owner. Short term (during construction) monitoring is usually limited to documenting anchored system performance during load tests. Long term monitoring will include a continuation of measurements started during short term monitoring. In addition to the above tasks, short-term and long-term monitoring will include obtaining data from inclinometers to check for ground movements above the retaining wall. As a minimum,we propose to acquire data from inclinometers twice a month during wall construction. After wall completion, on a quarterly basis. As requested by town staff we have attached a figure showing locations of existing and proposed inclinometers. During the first reading of this ordnance on April 3, Town of Snowmass Village staff stated that the developers geotechnical consultants"special inspection THE TIMBERS CLUB AT SNOWMASS C/O NORRIS 6 ASSOCIATES,INC. CTLR JOS NO.OS4940 am 2 i and reporting plan"must meet the requirements of UBC section 106.3.5 and Chapter 17(copies attached). Special inspectors and testing required forthis project include: 1) Concrete testing; 2) Bolted connections; 3) Spray applied fire-resistive materials; 4) Reinforcing steel and pre-stressing steel tendons; 5) Structural welding; 6) Structural masonry; and 7) Drilled piers CTUThompson, Inc. will be performing the above inspections, testing and observations for this project in general conformance with UBC section 106.3.5 and chapter 17. Not all the above services are required for construction activities authorized under this ordnance. 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Prefabricated swimming pools accessory to a Group R.Di- vision 3 Occupancy in which the pool walls are entirely above the 106.3.4.1 General. When it is required that documents be pre- adjacent grade and if the capacity does not exceed 5,000 gallons pared owner an to engage and designate nb he building permit apphca- (18 927 L). tion an architect or engineer who shall act as the architect or engi- Unless otherwise exempted,separate plumbing, electrical and neer of record. If the circumstances require. the owner may mechanical permits will be required for the above-exempted designate a substitute architect or engineer of record who shall items. perform all of the duties required of the original architect or engi- Exemption from the permit requirements of this code shall not neer of record.The building official shall be notified in writing n- be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in any the owner if the architect or engineer of record is changed or is un- manner in violation of the provisions of this code or any other laws able to continue to perform the duties. or ordinances of this jurisdiction. The architect or engineer of record shall be responsible for re- viewing and coordinating all submittal documents prepared by 1063 Application for Permit. others,including deferred submittal items,for compatibility with 1063,1 Application. To obtain a permit,he applicant shall first the design of the building. file an application therefor in writing on a form furnished by the 1063.4.2 Deferred submittals. For the purposes of this section, code enforcement agency for that purpose.Every such application deferred submittals are defined as those portions of the design that are not submitted at the time of the application and that are to be shall: 1. Identify and describe the work to be covered by the permit submitted to the building official within a specified period. for which application is made. Deferral of any submittal items shall have prior approval of the 2. Describe the land on which the proposed work is to be done building official.The architect or engineer of record shall list the by legal description,street address a similar description that will deferred submittals on the plans and shall submit the deferred sub- readily identify and definitely locate the proposed building or m S�documents documents for deferred submittal items shall be sub- work. mitted to the architect or engineer of record who shall review them 3. Indicate the use or occupancy for which the proposed work is and forward them to the bulldog official with a notation indicat- intended. ing that the deferred submittal documents have been reviewed and 4. Be accompanied by plans, diagrams, computations and that they have been found to be in general conformance with the specifications and other data as required in Section 106.3.2. design of the building.The deferred submittal items shall not be 5. State the valuation of any new building or structure or any installed until their design and submittal documents have been ap- proved by the building official. addition, remodeling or alteration to an existing building. P When s al 6. Be signed by the applicant, or the applicant's authorized 1063.5 Inspection and observation rogram• l� inspection is required by Section 1701,the architect or engineer of agent. record shall prepare an inspection program that shall be submitted 7. Give such other data and information as may be required by to the building official for approval prior to issuance of the build- the building official. ing permit.The inspection program shall designate the portions of the work that require special inspection and the name or names of 106.3.2 Submittal documents. Plans,specifications,engineer- the individuals or firms who are to perform the special inspec- ing calculations, diagrams, soil investigation reports, special in- tions.and indicate the duties of the special inspectors. spection and structural observation programs and other data shall o�more sets with each application for a permte Whentsuch in one plans neer or architect of reco d, orr an agent of the owner but not the are no[prepared by an architect or engineer,the building official coV✓henor or an al observation iserequir dl by Secton 1702,the in- may require the applicant submitting such plans or other data to demonstrate that state law does not require that the plans be pre- spection program shall name the individuals or firms who are to g perform structural observation and describe the stages of r pared by a licensed architect or en ineer. The building official may require plans,computations and specifications to be prepared construction at which structural observation is to occur. and designed by an engineer or architect licensed by the state to The inspection program shall include samples of inspection re-, practice as such even if not required by state law. ports and provide time limits for submission of reports. EXCEPTION:The building official may waive the submission of 106.4 Permits Issuance. plans, calculations, construction inspection requirements and other tans, specifications, COm- daa if it is found that the nature of the work applied for is such that re- 106.4.1 Issuance. The application, p P viewing of plans is not necessary to obtain compliance with this code. pulations and other data filed by an applicant for a permit shall be 106.3.3 Information on plans and specifications. Plans and reviewed by the building official.Such plans may be reviewed by loth and tshall be olf be drawn to scale upon substantial sufficient clarity to indicate the location,na- an other applicable laws under theirjurisditionelf the bundling offiaiah conform to the provisions of this code and all relevantllaws.ordi! plans.specifications and other data filed the ewith conform to he requirements of this code and other pertinent laws and ordinances trances,rules and reeulations. . K - 3 0- Chapter 17 is printed in its entirety in Volume 2 of the Uniform Building Code. Excerpts from Chapter 17 are reprinted herein. Excerpts from Chapter 17 + STRUCTURAL TESTS AND INSPECTIONS � f SECTION 1701 -SPECIAL INSPECTIONS 2.For foundation concrete,other than cast-in-place drilled piles or A AT caissons,where the structural design is based on an f'C no greater than 1701.1 General. In addition to the inspections required by Sec- 2.500 pounds per square inch(psi)(17.2 Nips). tion 108,the owner or the engineer or architect of record active as 3. Nonstructural slabs on grade, including prestressed slabs on the owner's agent shall employ one or more special inspectors grade when effective prestress in concrete is less than 150 psi(1.03 '�' who shall provide inspections during construction on the types of MPa). work listed under Section 1701.5. 4.Site work concrete fully supported on.earth and concrete where EXCEPTION: The building official may waive the requirement no special hazard exists. t for the employment of a special inspector if the concoction is of a 2. Bolts installed in concrete. Prior to and during the place- minor nature. ment of concrete around bolls when stress increases permitted by 1701.2 Special Inspector. The special inspector shall be a quali- Footnote 5 of Table 19-D or Section 1923 are utilized. fied person who shall demonstrate competence,to the satisfaction 3. Special moment-resisting concrete frame. For moment of the building official,for inspection of the particular type of can- frames resisting design seismic load in structures within Seismic struction or operation requiring special inspection. Zones 3 and 4,the special inspector shall provide reports to the person responsible for the structural design and shall provide con- 1701.3 Duties and Responsibilities of the Special Inspec- tinuous inspection of the placement of the reinforcement and con- tor. The special inspector shall observe the work assigned for crete. conformance to the approved design drawings and specifications. 4. Reinforcing steel and prestressing steel tendons. The special inspector shall furnish inspection reports to the 4,1 During all stressing and grouting of tendons in pre- building official,the engineer or architect of record,and other des- stressed concrete. ignated persons.All discrepancies shall be brought to the immedi- ate attention of the contractor for correction,then,if uncorrected, 4.2 During placing of reinforcing steel and prestressing Len- to the proper design authority and to the building official. dons for all concrete required to have special inspection The special inspector shall submit a final signed report stating by Item 1. whether the work requiring special inspection was,to the best of EXCEPTION:The special inspector need not be present continu- the inspector's knowledge,in conformance to the approved plans ously during placing of reinforcing steel and prestressing tendon,pro• and specifications and the applicable workmanship provisions of vided the special inspector has inspected for conformance to the this code. approved plan prior to the closing of forms or the delivery of concrete to the jobsite. 1701.4 Standards of Quality. The standards listed below la- 5. Structural welding. beled a"UBC Standard"are also listed in Chapter 35,Part II,and 5.1 General.During the welding of any member or connec- are part of this code.The other standards listed below are recog- lion that is designed to resist loads and forces required nized standards.(See Sections 3503 and 3504.) by this code. 1.Concrete. EXCEPTIONS:1.Welding done in an approved fabricator's shop ASTM C 94,Ready-mixed Concrete in accordance with Section 1701.7. 2.Connections. 2.The special inspector need not be continuously present during welding of the following items,provided the materials,qualification Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM A 325 or A 490 of welding procedures and welders are verified prior to the start of Bolts-Load and Resistance Factor Design, Research Council of work;periodic inspection are made of work in progress;and a visual Structural Connections, Section 1701.5,Item 6. inspection of all welds is made prior to completion or prior to shipment of shop welding: Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM A 325 or A 490 2.1 Single-pass fillet welds not exceeding 5/16 inch(7.9 mm)in Bolts-Allowable Stress Design, Research Council of Structural size. Connections, Section 1701.5,Item 6. 2.2 Floor and roof deck welding. 3.Spray-applied Fire-resistive Materials. 2.3 Welded studs when used for structural diaphragm or com- posit¢systems. UBC Standard 7-6, Thickness and Density Determination for 2.4 Welded sheet steel for cold-farmed steel framing members Spray-applied Fire-resistive Materials such as studs and joists. 1701.5 Types of Work Except as provided in Section 1701.1, 2.5 Welding of stairs and railing systems. the tvpes of work listed below shall be inspected by a special in- 5.2 Special moment-resisting steel frames. During the Spector. welding of special moment-resisting steel frames. In addition to Item 5.1 requirements,nondestructive test- s.Concrete.During the taking of test specimens and placing of ing as required by Section 1703 of this code. reinforced concrete. See Item 12 for shotcrete. mini• 0.3 Welding of reinforcing steel. During the welding of EXCEPTIONS: 1.Concrete for foundations conforming to mum requirements of Table 18-1-C or for Group R,Division 3 or Group reinforcing steel. U,Division 1 Occupancies,provided the building official finds that a EXCEPTION: The special inspector need not be continuously special hazard does not exist. present during the welding of ASTM A 706 reinforcing steel not larger 1-165 i EXCERPTS FROM CHAPTER 17 1997 UNIFORM BUILDING CODE than No.5 bars used for embedments,provided the materials.qualify- , cations of welding procedures and welders are venried prior to the start 14.1 During erection of ductwork and prior to COnttal- EA' of work; periodic inspections are made of work in Progress; and a men[for the purposes of leakage testing and record- visual inspection of all welds is made prior to completion or prior to ing of device location. shipment of shop welding. 14.2 Prior to occupancv and after sufficient completion 6. I3igh•strength bolting. The inspection of high-strength for the purposes of pressure difference testing,flow A 325 and A 490 bolts shall be in accordance with approved measurements, and detection and control verif[ca- nationally recognized standards and the requirements of this sec- tion. tion. 15.Special cases.Work that,in the opinion of the building offi- While the work is in progress,the special inspector shall deter- cial,involves unusual hazards or conditions. mine that the requirements for bolts, nuts, washers and paint; 1701.6 Continuous and Periodic Special Inspection. bolted parts;and installation and tightening in such standards are met. Such inspections may be performed on a periodic basis in 1701.6.1 Continuous special inspection. Continuous special accordance with the requirements of Section 1701.6.The special inspection means that the special inspector is on the site at all inspector shall observe the calibration procedures when such pro- times observing the work requiring special inspection. cedures are required by the plans or specifications and shall mom- 1701.6.2 Periodic special inspection. Some inspections may be tot the installation of bolts to determine that all plies of connected made on a periodic basis and satisfy the requirements of continu- materials have been drawn together and that the selected proce- dure is properly used to tighten all bolts. our inspection, provided this periodic scheduled inspection is formed as outlined in the project plans and specifications and and 7. Structural masonry. approved by the building official. 7.1 For masonry,other than fully grouted open-end hollow- 1701.7 Approved Fabricators. Special inspections required by unit masonry, during preparation and taking of any this section and elsewhere in this code are not required where the required prisms or test specimens, placing of all work is done on the premises of a fabricator registered and ap- masonry units,placement of reinforcement,inspection proved by the building official to perform such work without spe- of grout space, immediately prior to closing of clean- cial inspection. The certificate of registration shall be subject to outs, and during all grouting operations. revocation by the building official if it is found that any work done IXCEPTION:For hollow-unit masonry where the pursuant to the approval is in violation of this code.The approved my si m is no more fabricator shall submit a certificate of compliance that the work than 1,500 psi(10.34 r hol for concrete once or ere 2,600 thpsi(17.93 MPa) for clay units,special inspection may be performed as required for fully was performed in accordance with the approved plans and specifi- grouted open-end hollow-unit masonry specified in hem 7.2. cations to the building official and to the engineer or architect of 7.2 For full record. The approved fabricator's qualifications shall be contin- y grouted open-end hollow-unit masonry during gent on compliance with the following: preparation and taking of any required prisms or test specimens, at the start of laying units, ahei the place- 1. The fabricator has developed and submitted a detailed fabti- ment of reinforcing steel, grout space prior to each cation procedural manual reflecting key quality control proce- duns that will provide a basis for inspection control of grouting operation,and during all grouting operations. workmanship and the fabricator plant. EXCEPTION:Special inspection w required in Items 7.1 and 7.2 2. Verification of the fabricator's quality control capabilities, need not be provided when design stresses have been adjusted w speci. fled in Chapter 21 to permit noncontinuous inspection. Plant and personnel as outlined in the fabrication procedural man- 8. Reinforced ual shall be by an approved inspection or quality control agency. gypsum concrete When cast-in-place Class B 3. Periodic plant inspections shall be conducted b an a gypsum concrete is being[nixed and placed. y P- proved inspection or quality control agency to monitor the effec- 9.Insulating concrete fill.During the application of insulating tiveness of the quality control program. concrete fill when used as pan of a structural system. 4. It shall be the responsibility of the inspection or quality con- EXCEPTION:The special inspections may be limited to an initial trol agency to notify the approving authority in writing of any inspection to check the deck surface and placement of reinforcing.The change to the procedural manual.Any fabricator approval may be special inspector shall supervise the preparation of compression test revoked for just cause.Reapproval of the fabricator shall be con- specimens during this initial inspection. tingent on compliance with quality control procedures during the - 10. Spray-applied fire-resistive materials. As required by Past Year. _ UBC Standard 7-6. .. 11.Piling,drilled piers and caissons.During driving and test- SECTION 1702-STRUCTURAL OBSERVATION ing of piles and construction of cast-in-place drilled piles or tai's- Structural observation shall be provided in Seismic Zone 3 or 4 sons. See Items I and 4 for concrete and reinforcing steel inspection. when one of the following conditions exists: 12.Shotcrete.During the taking of test specimens and placing 1. The structure is defined in Table 16-K as Occupancy Cate- gory 1 2 or 3, of all shotcrete and as required by Sections 1924.10 and 1924.11. , .J 2. The structure is required to comply with Section 403, EXCEPTION:Shotcrete work fully supported on earth,minor re- pairs and when,in opinion of the building official,no special harard 3. The structure is in Seismic Zone 4,Na as set forth in Table f exists. 16-S is greater than one,and a lateral design is required for the en- 13. Special grading, excavation and filling. During tire structure, earth-work excavations.grading and filling operations inspection EXCEPTION: One- and two-story Group R. Division 3 and to satisfy requirements of Chapter 18 and Appendix Chapter 33. Group U Occupancies and one.and two-story Groups B,F,M and S Occupancies. 14. Smoke-control system. 4. When so designated by the architect or engineer of record,or 1-166 i J - I 5. When such observation is specifically required by the build- Any material discontinuities shall be accepted or rejected on the ing official. basis of the defect rating in accordance with the(larger reflector) criteria of approved national standards. The owner shall employ the engineer or architect responsible for the structural design, or another engineer or architect desig- nated by the engineer or architect responsible for the structural de- SECTION 1704—PREFABRICATED CONSTRUCTION sign, to perform structural observation as defined in Section 220. 1704.1 General. Observed deficiencies shall be reported in writing to the owner's representative, special inspector,contractor and the building offi- 1704.1.1 Purpose. The purpose of this section is to regulate ma- cial.The structural observer shall submit to the building official a terials and establish methods of safe construction where any struc- written statement that the site visits have been made and identify- ture or portion[hereof is wholly or partially prefabricated. ing any reported deficiencies that,to the best of the structural ob- 1704.1: Scope. Unless otherwise specifically stated in this sec- server's knowledge,have not been resolved. Lion,all prefabricated construction and all materials used therein shall conform to all the requirements of this code. (See Section 104.2.8.) SECTION 1703—NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING 1704.13 Definition. IIn Seismic Zones 3 and 4,welded, fully restrained connections PREFABRICATED ASSEMBLY is a structural unit,the inte- between the primary members of ordinary moment frames and gral parts of which have been built up or assembled prior to incor- special moment-resisting frames shall be tested by nondestructive poration in the building. methods for compliance with approved standards and job apecifi- 17041 Tests of Materials. Every approval of a material not spe- cations. This testing shall be a part of the special inspection re- cificall mentioned in this code shall incorporate as a proviso the quirements of Section 1701.5.A program for this testing shall be y established by the person responsible for structural design and as kind and number of tests to be made during prefabrication. shown on plans and specifications. 17043 Tests of Assemblies. The building official may require As a minimum,this program shall include the following: special tests to be made on assemblies to determine their durabil- ity and weather resistance. 1. All complete penetration groove welds contained in joints 1704.4 Connections, See Section 1611.11.1 for design require- and splices shall be tested 100 percent either by ultrasonic testing ments of connections for prefabricated assemblies. or by radiography. EXCEPTIONS: 1. when approved, the nondestructive testing 17045 Pipes and Conduits. See Section 1611.11.2 for design nondestructive rate for an individual welder or welding operator may be reduced to requirements for removal of material for pipes,conduit and other 25 percent,provided the reject rate is demonstrated to be 5 percent or equipment. less of the welds tested for the welder or welding operator.A sampling 1704.6 Certificate and Inspection. of at least 40 completed welds for a job shall be made for such reduction evaluation.Reject rate is defined as the number of welds containing re- 1704.6.1 Materials. Materials and the assembly thereof shall be jectable defects divided by the number of welds completed. For evaluating the reject rate of continuous welds over 3 feet(914 mm)in inspected to determine compliance with this code.Every material length where the effective throat thickness is 1 inch(25 mm)or less, shall be graded,marked or labeled where required elsewhere in each 12-inch increment(305 mm)or fraction thereof shall be consid- this code. ered as one weld.For evaluating the reject rate on continuous welds over 3 feet(914 tnm)in length where the effective throat thickness is 1704.6.2 Certificate. A certificate of approval shall be fur- greater than 1 inch(25 mm),each 6 inches(152 mm)of length or frac- nished with every prefabricated assembly, except where the as- tion thereof shall be considered one weld. sembly is readily accessible to inspection at the site. The 2. For complete penetration groove welds on materials less than certificate of approval shall certify that the assembly in question 5/16 inch(7.9 mm)thick nondestructive testing is not requhed;for this has been inspected and meets all the requirements of this code. welding,continuous inspection is required. When mechanical equipment is installed so that it cannot be in- 3. when approved by the building official and outlined in the proj- spected at the site,the certificate of approval shall certify that such ect plans and specifications.this nondestructive ultrasonic testing may equipment complies with the laws applying thereto. he performed in the shop of an approved fabricator utilizing qualified test techniques in the employment of the fabricator. 1704.63 Certifying agency. To be acceptable under this code, 2. Partial penetration groove welds when used in column every certificate of approval shall be made by an approved agency. splices shall be tested either by ultrasonic testing or radiography 1704.6.4 Field erection. Placement of prefabricated assemblies when required by the plans and specifications.For partial penetra- at the building site shall be inspected by the building official to de- tion groove welds when used in column splices,with an effective termine compliance with this code. throat less than 3/4 inch(19.1 mm)thick,nondestructive testing is 1704.6.5 Continuous inspection. If continuous inspection is re- not required; for this welding, continuous special inspection is quired for certain materials where construction takes place on the required. site,it shall also be required where the same materials are used in 3. Base metal thicker than 11/2 inches(38 mm),when subjected prefabricated construction. to through-thickness weld shrinkage strains, shall be ultrasoni- EXCEPTION: Continuous inspection will not be required during tally inspected for discontinuities directly behind such welds after prefabrication if the approved agency certifies to the construction and joint completion. furnishes evidence of compliance. OW 1-107 3 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17 2000 3:00 PM in a Public Hearing Presented By: Victoria Giannola, Planning Director Subject: First Reading Ordinance No.10, Series of 2000 —An Ordinance regarding approval by Resolution No. 16, Series of 2000, of an application by Ronald Chandler for a Minor PUD Amendment to Woodrun Place, Unit 34, to enclose a deck of 86.4 square feet resulting in an increase in the calculable floor area. Overview: (1) Resolution No. 16, Series of 2000, approved the proposed 1. Background amendment to Unit 34 of the Woodrun Place P.U.D. to 2. Issues allow for an additional 86.4 square feet of calculable floor area through enclosure of a deck, that is a common element 3. Alternatives of the Homeowners Association, and removal of an internal stairway. (2) Recent amendments to the Land Use and Development Code now require that amendments to P.U.D.'s be formalized through adoption of an ordinance. Formerly, the Code required adoption through a resolution. (3) Adopt Resolution No. 10, Series of 2000, at this First Reading and at the Second Reading of 1 May 2000. Recommendation: Adoption of the Ordinance. 3y TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 10 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF WOODRUN PLACE UNIT 34 TO CREATE ADDITIONAL CALCULABLE FLOOR AREA BY ENCLOSING A DECK THAT IS A COMMON ELEMENT OF THE WOODRUN PLACE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION. WHEREAS, Unit 34, Woodrun Place, has been processed as a Minor Planned Unit Development Amendment to permit enclosure of a deck and removal of an internal stairway, as shown on Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, amendments to Woodrun Place Unit 34 contained in this Ordinance are being processed under the provisions of Section 5-390 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council directed the Planning Staff to prepare this Ordinance to formalize the amendments; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the amendments and made a recommendation by resolution to the Town Council; and WHEREAS, the Town Council reviewed the recommendations of the Planning Commission meeting held on February 16, 2000; and WHEREAS, notice of a Public Hearing before Town Council to be held on March 20, 2000 was published in the Snowmass Sun, in accordance with the provisions of Sections 5-60 B.1. and 5-210 C.6. of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council received comment from the public at the Public Hearing held in accordance with the provisions of Section 5-390 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has considered the application, all relevant support materials, the report of the Town Staff, the Planning Commission recommendations, and public testimony given at the Public Hearing; and WHEREAS, the Town Council approved the proposed Minor PUD Amendment for Woodrun Place, Unit 34, by Resolution No. 16, Series of 2000; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this Ordinance complies with the provisions of Section 5-390 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and 3 S - Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2000 Page 2 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the procedure and requirements set forth in Section 5-390 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code have been satisfied; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety, and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Amendment to Woodrun Place Unit 34. Section 16A-5-390 Minor PUD to increase the calculable Floor Area is hereby amended in accordance with the Findings, Actions, and Conditions, as follows: Findings - a. The proposed amendment has been found to be consistent with the original PUD. b. The proposal will not change the basic character of the PUD or the surrounding area. c. The proposal will not have a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood surrounding the land where the amendment is proposed, or have a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting on, or across the street from, the subject property. d. The proposal is in harmony vyith the purposes and intent of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code and the intent of the underlying zone district. e. Subject to the conditions specified below, the application is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Section 16A-5- 390 of the Code. Action — a. The Town Council hereby approves the amendment request for Unit 34, Woodrun Place Subdivision to permit enclosure of a deck and removal of a stairway, as shown on Exhibit A, subject to the four conditions in the Section below. so 05 (a w "IP Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2000 Page 3 Conditions - a. This approval is for the specific structural improvements depicted in Exhibit A only. No additional structures may be improved without further amendment approval. b. The applicant shall apply for and obtain a building permit prior to commencement of work. c. The applicant shall adhere to the architectural design requests of the Woodrun Place Homeowners Association to leave the deck railing in tack and to inset the wall enclosure back by six inches. d. The owner shall formalize an agreement with the Woodrun Place Homeowners Association to allow for the enclosure of the deck area. 3. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on April 17, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of in favor and_ against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on May 1, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of in favor and against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor Pro Tem amp Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2000 Page 4 ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk am� 03 to �.� loo p�c,K Tb co, GOP ry l.lvI04A sr7tcg--- I wM 2 q BDRM I IWJ. ® I � � b 6XISCIOds 57740- \� ' OFWINla To BE H W t�l(A,aA IN w u. PAlb E3U I LI?I NO 5ECT I ON 1 1/4' = 1'-0' At WAII _ . MAINTAIN FIRE 5EPARAIMI I REGAAREMENTS EIETYEEN LOTS NEW FLOOR AREA RE-ROUTE BATII VENT I 20.4 SQUARE FEET — — — — — — — — — — — — - - - - - - - - NEWT.V-GAS - ',C o LINE OF EXISTING WALL '+ (90 , fib NEW FLOOR AREA BDRM I SQUARE FEET 200 E3DI2M 2 l H PEW BDRM ENIRY ',a w 20Z EXISTING RAIL J NE L GOM'ION ENTRY FU1.1- . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - LOGY.ABLESTORAGE ROP05ED ENTRY LEVEL PLAN P I 1/4' = P-O' COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: April 17, 2000 PRESENTED BY: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk THROUGH: Gary Suiter, Town Manager SUBJECT: RESOLUTION NO. 18, SERIES OF 2000, A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO KENNETH M. NEIL FOR HIS SERVICE ON THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD OVERVIEW: Mr. Neil submitted a letter of resignation from the Snowmass Village Financial Advisory Board dated February 29, 2000. Ken's services on this Board begin on June 3, 1996. Resolution No. 18, Series of 2000 states the Town's appreciation to Ken for donating his time and effort for 3 years and 9 months service on this Board. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE RESOLUTION NO. 18 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO KENNETH M. NEIL FOR HIS SERVICE ON THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD WHEREAS, Kenneth M. Neil was appointed as a Member of the Snowmass Village Financial Advisory Board on June 3, 1996; and WHEREAS, Mr. Neil dedicated 3 years and 9 months of volunteer service on the Financial Advisory Board; and WHEREAS, in his position as a member of the Financial Advisory Board, Kenneth contributed his expertise and knowledge for the good of the community; and WHEREAS, Kenneth M. Neil submitted his resignation on February 29, 2000; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village wishes to formally express appreciation for Mr. Neil's tenure on the Snowmass Village Financial Advisory Board. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: The Snowmass Village Town Council Members extend a unanimous vote of thanks to Kenneth M. Neil for 3 years and 9 months of outstanding service to the community as a member of the Snowmass Village Financial Advisory Board. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 17th day of April, 2000 with a motion made by Council Member and the second of Council Member and by a unanimous vote of approval. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ATTEST: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor Trudi Worline, Town Clerk aw y0% OMM KENNETH M. NEE. P. O. BOX 6718 00 SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO 81615 February 29, 2000 Town Council Town of Snowmass Village Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Friends: Due to my planned relocation to New York City, I will no longer be able to serve on the Town' s Financial Advisory Board. As a result, I hereby resign from the Financial Advisory Board effective the date of this letter. I have very much enjoyed serving on this Board and wish you all and the Town every success in the future. Sincerely, COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 3:00 PM in a Regular Meeting Presented By: Victoria Giannola, Planning Director Subject: The staff of the Planning Division met to discuss issues, which may arise during code administration, regarding the Floor Area Excise Tax. Overview: (1) Ordinance No. 02, Series of 2000, an Ordinance 1. Background Establishing the Procedures to Assess and Collect the 2. Issues Limited Excise Tax on Improvements in Excess of the Maximum Allowable Floor Area For a Lot, was passed on 3. Alternatives March the &h of 2000. (2) This Ordinance implements the excise tax approved by the electors on November 2, 1999. (3) Issues which may arise during staff administration are listed on the following page for Town Council review and response. Recommendation: Provide direction to staff on how to proceed. To: Town of Snowmass Village Council From:Planning Division Staff Date: 17 April 2000 Re: Floor Area Excise Tax The following are a series of questions and potential answers that the planning staff have, and which the Town Council may wish to consider, regarding the implementation the Floor Area Excise Tax now that the Excise Tax is in effect: 1. Q Who gathers the information regarding the Actual Value of the improvements? A Staff would recommend that the Planning Division purchase the Pitkin County Assessors' data on a regular basis to provide that number to the applicant. 2. Q Who gathers the information regarding the existing Town of Snowmass Village floor area for a home? A Staff would recommend that the Planning Division research the existing square footage of the home. If the data were not available or current, staff would recommend that the applicant contract with an architect to produce the calculation, which staff will then reconfirm through an independent calculation. 3. Q Would the applicant be eligible for additional floor area if a lot already contained more than the maximum allowable floor area as a result of a previous approved prior administrative modification or variance for an addition? A Staff would recommend that such an applicant not be eligible for the excise tax since the maximum additional floor area of 10% has already been exceeded. 4. Q What if an owner purchases floor area under an existing, older home and then demolishes the home to build a new home? A Staff would recommend that the additional floor area granted be tied to a building permit. 5. Q What fee should be charged for an application submission? A Staff would recommend that a base fee of$200.00 be charged subject to additional billing if staff hours exceed the base fee. The Floor Area Excise Tax, Ordinance No. 02, Series of 2000, is effective as of the 23`d of March 2000. As of this day, applicants may submit proposals to increase the calculable floor area. A summary of the formula is as follows: (Actual Pitkin County Value of Improvements only in dollars Existing Town of Snowmass Village Floor Area in square feet) x 0.70 = cost per square foot for the Floor Area Excise Tax Example ($1 ,000,000 : 5,500 sq. ft.) _ $181.82 x 0.70 = $127.27 $127.27 x 550 sq. ft. addition = $69,998.50 Tax This formula will give you the cost per square foot which you will be taxed for additional floor area. Please Note the Following: • Do not include the land value with the value of the improvements which are the home and all associated buildings. • Planning staff will reconfirm an architectural calculation the floor area ratio if it is not in the office records. • The Excise Tax you pay is in addition to the construction costs you will pay to build your additional square footage. • The Excise Tax will go toward the construction of affordable housing. • This is an optional tax should you chose to increase your floor area. The amount of permissible increase in square footage is as follows: Remodeling or expansion may not exceed 550 square feet or 10% of the maximum allowable floor area for the lot, whichever is less. Please refer to a copy of the Ordinance for further details. If you have additional questions, you may contact Victoria Giannola, Planning Director, at 923-5524, for answers. pop &I` ow SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 03-27-2000 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Kevin Costello, Jack Hatfield, Douglas Mercatoris COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Mark Brady STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Victoria Giannola, Planning Director; Dave Peckler, Transportation Manager; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Rebecca Harlowe, Secretary/Records Manager PUBLIC PRESENT: Don Schuster and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 2:09 p.m. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION Joe Kracum handed out an outline of general design criteria as well as a new set of mapped design plans for the Mall Area Transit and Parking Plaza. Council revisited several key points in design criteria e.g., interface of pedestrian, car and bus traffic, loading and delivery, number of coach bays and bus bays, placement of elevator and/or escalator, sidewalks, replacing parking that is displaced by plaza and other structures, number of additional spaces, distribution of spaces, architectural models and cost estimate worksheets. Council agreed that permanent resident parking should not be compromised. They also considered a possible pedestrian walkway on the creek side of new parking structures connecting to the Nature Trail. Kracum explained that cost estimates could be made available within 3 to 4 weeks once basic structural plans are approved by Council. Hatfield requested information concerning impacts to Incline Sports Shop. Kracum outlined changes to plans for the upcoming Mall Partners' Meeting to be held on Thursday, March 30, 2000. The changes are to make adjustments to relocated roads and retaining wall heights, review and minimize elevation of the structure at the corner of Snowmelt and relocated Snowmelt Road, determine the lowest level parking access directly from Campground Lane with access to Levels 2 and 3 off of the existing access, present plans for Level 3 platform, include a pick-up and drop-off location near the elevator in the design, adjust the elevator location to make it more convenient, include a walkway through the parking structures, include space for planters on the decks, make Snowmelt Road the main thoroughfare, include preliminary upper lot plans and cross-index charts relating to planned parking versus existing parking spaces. 07 $OF 03-27-00ws Page 2 HOLY CROSS FRANCHISE DISCUSSION Steve Connor summarized the conditions requested by Holy Cross. Council discussed whether or not they should waive fees following a precedent set by other local communities and prior Councils. Mercatoris disclosed that he was privy to information that Holy Cross will be contributing money to the Free Summer Concert Series. The Town Attorney added that Holy Cross will be contributing funds to the Town through the Community Enhancement Fund. Council will meet with Holy Cross representatives to conclude this discussion at the April 3, 2000 Council Work Session. COUNCIL COMMENTS / CALENDARS April/May Council Meetings Council agreed to hold Council Meetings on April 3rd, 101h and 17`h and a Work Session on the April 24`h. Council Meetings will also be held on May 1 and 30, 2000. Crime Victims' Rights Week In response to a letter from Mac Myers, District Attorney for the Ninth Judicial District, Council directed staff to provide a Mayor's Proclamation at the next Regular Town Council Meeting declaring April 9— 15, 2000 as Crime Victims' Rights Week. PBS Cable Television Channel Mayor Manchester introduced a letter from James N. Morgese, President and General Manager of Rocky Mountain PBS, advising the Mayor that Netlink, the program provider for the local cable system, will no longer provide Rocky Mountain PBS to its cable operators as of March 31, 2000. He suggested that the Mayor and constituents contact the local cable operator, AT&T/TCI, to express concern about the loss of Rocky Mountain PBS. Council agreed that the provider should continue to provide PBS to local subscribers and directed the Town Manager and Town Attorney to address this issue. NOTE: The following items were not listed on the Agenda for this meeting. ADDITIONAL COUNCIL COMMENTS Town Manager stated that the Aspen Skiing Company will present their Pre-Sketch Plan for development of the Snowmass Club, Phase II to Council and the Planning Commission at a Special Council Meeting scheduled for April 10, 2000. The Planning Commission will conduct a formal review of the submission before making a recommendation to Council. Growth Management In response to a request from Hatfield, Council agreed to send a letter to the Colorado Municipal League supporting growth management initiatives. soft �ir� 03-27-00ws Page 3 Timbers Project In response to an inquiry made by Hatfield, Manchester reported that community benefits were discussed as a part of Resolution No. 06, Series of 2000, which gave final approval to the Timbers Project. Hatfield requested a copy of the final Resolution. Land Use Code Revisions In response to an inquiry from Hatfield, Council directed the Town Manager to provide a report regarding the status of revisions to the Land Use Code at the April 3, 2000 Regular Town Council Meeting. Woodrun Dumpster Shed Staff informed Council that Gary Ross is in the process of creating a design for the Woodrun Dumpster Shed. Council requested a report from Mr. Ross as soon as possible. Parcel "N" Employee Housing Project Council requested that staff move expeditiously on planning and construction for the Parcel "N" employee housing project, setting a goal to break ground for the project in late summer of 2000. Mercatoris requested that the Town Manager investigate potential funding from the Pitkin County Housing Authority as well as other possible sources for funding the project. Owl Creek Trail Council directed the Town Attorney to investigate and provide a report on the status of the Owl Creek Trail. Planning Commission Role Council discussed the role of the Planning Commission and directed staff to schedule a Joint Meeting with the Planning Commission to clarify roles regarding policy issues. Snowmass Club Final Documents Mercatoris requested that staff provide him with a copy of Supplemental Improvements Agreement for Phase I of the Snowmass Club. There being no further business, the Work Session ended at 6:50 p.m. Submitted by: Rebecca Harlowe Secretary/Records Manager ANN. 1 ' SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 04-03-2000 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester; Kevin Costello; Jack Hatfield; Douglas Mercatoris; Mark Brady COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Victoria Giannola, Planning Director; Dave Peckler, Transit Manager; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Leslie Klusmire, Assistant to the Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Rebecca Harlowe, Secretary/Records Manager PUBLIC PRESENT: Jeff Tippett, Mark Moebius, Madeleine Osberger, Mike Davis, Joe Kracum, Richard Brinkley, Steve Casey, John Kemp, Craig Murray, Judy Burwell and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 1:12 p.m. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA Joe Kracum summarized the most recent plans for the Transit Plaza. (Current layout shows a 2-2/3-story structure in Parking Lots 4 and 5 which replaces all the displaced parking in Lots 4—7.) Council and Kracum discussed grading (avg=9%); drainage, access, wall heights with reference to exposure, location of a pick-up and drop-off location, location and funding for a pedestrian bridge and a possible pedestrian walkway. Kracum suggested offering naming opportunities for major donors for all or portions of the project, especially the bridge. The group also discussed efficiency in terms of ramp design, circulation, ventilation, lighting, decking, stairs, escalators, elevators, and restrooms as well as vegetation and general aesthetics. Architectural renderings and subsequent cost estimates should be available by the third or fourth week of May. Council suggested starting construction in the upper lot in order to minimize disturbance to the community. Council summarized that quality and affordability are the priorities. Design directions include locating a pick-up and drop-off location only off Snowmelt Road and at that area, Snowmelt Road having a 3% to 4% grade; reducing retaining wall heights; and considering vegetation around the trench and Lot 4 structure and also on the outside of Snowmelt Road. CORE — ENERGY RELATED ISSUES Randy Udall, Director of the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE), recapped the history of the use of wind power in Snowmass Village and surrounding 0 i 04-03-00ws Page 2 areas. Snowmass Village was the first local government in the surrounding area to invest in wind power. They have since been joined by over 15,000 Coloradoans and over 250 businesses across the state. The amount of wind power purchased in the valley to date will keep approximately 480 million pounds of carbon monoxide, the chief greenhouse gas, out of the air over the next 20 years. He recommended that the existing Energy Code in Snowmass Village and other towns in Pitkin, Eagle and Garfield counties, be reviewed and updated. CORE would like to meet with the Town Manager and the Community Development staff to revise the Energy Code for both Commercial and Residential construction. CORE would not charge the Town for this service. Council agreed that this would be a worthwhile endeavor which would provide financial savings to the Town, Homeowners and local businesses and would also benefit the environment. HOLY CROSS FRANCHISE DISCUSSION The Town Attorney introduced Richard Brinkley, Steve Casey, John Kemp and Craig Murray, representatives from Holy Cross Energy. Council and Holy Cross discussed the renewal of Holy Cross Energy's Franchise per Ordinance No. 15, Series of 1999. The Town Attorney recommended that Council address policy issues related to the Franchise Agreement. The Town Attorney will then meet with Holy Cross within the next few weeks and address specific details to finalize the new Franchise Agreement. Some of the key issues discussed at this meeting included distribution facilities; overhead lines —transmission facilities; location of Holy Cross' facilities; waiver of permit charges and inspection fees; exemption from reimbursement of processing costs; and Community Enhancement Fund Program, as well as planning for the future. JOB GENERATION RATES Leslie Klusmire presented the preliminary findings of a study regarding job generation rates within Snowmass Village, conducted by RRC and Associates. Some of the current numbers for the study were obtained from Business Licensing survey information. Full-time equivalents were factored into the results. The Mayor and the Town Manager suggested adding a clause to the Municipal Code to explain how the current Council arrived at the numbers. Klusmire explained that the overall results indicate more employees per business on the average than were formerly assumed. Chris Kiley of the Aspen Skiing Company (ASC), explained that ASC's current numbers are derived by retroactively assessing the number of payroll hours per employee and then figuring full-time equivalents. Council requested that Kiley provide updated employee information for Klusmire and the Planning Director. A comprehensive mitigation package will be included in the April 10, 2000 Council Meeting packet. The Work Session ended at 3:50 p.m. Submitted by: Rebecca Harlowe Secretary/Records Manager SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 03-06-2000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, March 6, 2000 at 4:05 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Doug Mercatoris, Jack Hatfield, Kevin Costello, Mark Brady COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Victoria Giannola, Planning Director; Chris Conrad, Senior Planner; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Dawn Keating, Wildlife Specialist; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Donna Aiken, Jim Light, Lance Burwell, Bill Burwell, Bob Purvis, Mary Beth Blake, David Bellack, Jim Wells, Mark Moebius, Geri Wright, Sue Helm, Twirp Anderson, Bob Richie, Jane Floyd, Nancy Wall, Nancy Pierce, John Dresser, Brian Porter, Doug Dotson, Martin Mata, Terry Hunt, Arnold Mordkin, Gary Soucie, John Lassalette, Carolyn Sackariason, Cheryl Morgan, Gracie Oliphant, Judge William Lippman, Larry Dempsey, Jim Horn, John Quigley, Dan Baharav, John Howard and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. 03-06-00tc Page 2 Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS There were no Public Non-Agenda items. Item No. 3: REQUEST FOR FUNDING - THE RODEO COMPANY Bill Burwell, of the Snowmass Rodeo Company, explained that after a Grassroots interview with Mayor Manchester, public comment has indicated a high interest to preserve the Rodeo function in Snowmass Village. A vote of the Snowmass Village electorate to create a funding source would be necessary in order for the Town to purchase the property and maintain the function. In order to allow time for Council to discuss the possible purchase of the Rodeo and since a Regular Election would not be held until November of 2000, Burwell requested that the Town cover his loss and subsidize the event for the 2000 season. He estimated the yearly loss, which is tied into debt service, to be approximately $100,000. He explained that this amount is in addition to monies budgeted on a yearly basis by the Town and other contributors to help support the Rodeo. Jim Light, of the Snowmass Corporation, offered a contribution to help subsidize the Rodeo. Those who spoke in favor of the Town purchasing and maintaining the Rodeo were Terry Hunt, representing Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA), Nancy Pierce, Jim Schneider, Bill Franzic, Sunny Franzic, Gary Soucie, representing the Woodbridge Homeowners Association, Arnold Mordkin, Bob Purvis, Bob Richie, Mike McCleery, and Bob Johnson. Terry Hunt stated his willingness to make a request to the SVRA Board of Governors for financial assistance. Council discussed the option of a fund raising effort. Mercatoris suggested Council contribute up to $30,000 to subsidize the Rodeo if matching funds can be obtained from the SVRA and other private businesses, organizations and individuals. After further discussion, Hatfield made a motion to authorize the expenditure of$30,000 from the General Fund to provide for the operation of the Snowmass Village Rodeo during the summer of 2000 in a manner similar to the summer of 1999 Rodeo operation. Costello seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No. 4: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 05, SERIES OF 2000 ORDINANCE NO. 5, SERIES OF 2000, AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE WILDLIFE HABITAT ANALYSIS, INCLUDING WILDLIFE MITIGATION AND ENHANCEMENT PLAN, FOR A 3.201 ACRE PORTION OF PARCEL F, LOT 3, EAST VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TO AUTHORIZE SUBMISSION OF A SPECIAL REVIEW USE APPLICATION BY 03-06-00tc Page 3 THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER, INC. TO PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER EDUCATIONAL FACILITY. Chris Conrad, Senior Planner, explained that an official Public Hearing is not required by the Municipal Code for an application of this type, however a Public Notice was advertised in order to encourage comments from the public. He further explained that Resolution No. 52, Series of 1999 authorized and directed the applicant to conduct a Wildlife Habitat Analysis and provide a Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan for the project. Council reviewed and commented on the documents included in the information packet for this meeting. Dan Baharav, Wildlife Biologist, reported on his findings of wildlife habitat at this site and the affects of this proposed construction on the nearby wildlife migration route. He stated that this proposed construction site is not located on the migration route and would not substantially affect the wildlife in the area. Keating concurred with Baharav's conclusions, which are included in the Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan. Keating voiced her concerns regarding the effects of possible future development of the neighboring Guber property in relation to the wildlife migration corridor and suggested a joint planning effort with the Guber development representatives. Hatfield stated that he could not support this application based on reasons stated in the past. Stating his concern that future development in the area may prohibit the elk and deer from using the migration corridor, Hatfield explained that he felt the Center to be an asset for the Town, although he suggested it be constructed at another location. Council discussed the use of the area proposed, which is designated as a Conservation Easement, as well as the proposed days and hours of operation for the facility in conjunction with required trail closure dates. Hatfield made a motion to approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 5, Series of 2000, seconded by Mercatoris. After further discussion, Mercatoris made a motion to table action on this Ordinance to the next Regular Council Meeting to allow Council time to discuss the Plan and further address Council's concerns. Hatfield seconded the motion. The motion to table was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Brian Porter spoke in favor of this application. Mayor Manchester stated that letters of comment have been received from Dan Kitchen and Kelly Kitchen stating opposition to development in this area. The letters will be entered into the record for this meeting. Hatfield requested that the letters be read into the record during the continuation of this Public Hearing scheduled to be held at the next Regular Town Council Meeting. 03-06-00tc Page 4 Mayor Manchester requested a straw vote to indicate Council's interest in continuing discussions regarding construction of the Nature Center at the proposed site, with the contingency that all outstanding concerns and objectives are satisfied. Council voted 4 in favor to 1 opposed to continue discussions of constructing the Nature Center at the proposed location. Council.Members outlined their concerns including use of the property during elk calving and migration periods, site plan, number of employees, activity levels, lack of transportation service, number of parking spaces, and concern for preservation of the migration corridor in relation to possible future construction on the neighboring Guber property. Council also stated concerns and requested additional information on site plans, goals and planned actions, timetable, hours of operation during wildlife migration, effects on area wildlife in general, plans for use of the trails and hours of operation during migration and parking for Blake Trail. Hatfield requested that interested citizens receive copies of letters received by Council from the Department of Wildlife and Pitkin County Wildlife Management. He also stated the need for Council's involvement in the development proposed for the Guber property. Council determined that this Public Hearing would be continued and action on First Reading of this Ordinance would be tabled to the April 3, 2000 Regular Town Council Meeting scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. Item No. 6: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 08, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 1999 BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Mercatoris made a motion to approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 08, Series of 2000, seconded by Costello. Rakowski explained that the purpose of revising the 1999 Budget is to include the Droste bond proceeds, the Pitkin County Open Space proceeds, and the expenditures for the Droste property including the bond . issuance costs. This revision will bring the Town into compliance with Budget Law. After further discussion, First Reading of the Ordinance was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No. 8: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 01, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 09, SERIES OF 1994 CONCERNING OBLIGATIONS OF THE ASPEN SKIING COMPANY ARISING FROM THE APPROVAL OF THE BURNT MOUNTAIN EXPANSION OF THE SNOWMASS SKI AREA RELATING TO A TRANSPORTATION MITIGATION FEE AND CONSTRUCTION OF MITIGATION EMPLOYEE HOUSING now �,� AIM 03-06-00tc Page 5 Hatfield made a motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No 01, Series of 2000, seconded by Mercatoris. The Town Attorney explained changes to the Ordinance since First Reading and the conditions outlined in the Ordinance. After further discussion, a roll-call vote was taken and Second Reading of the Ordinance was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Hatfield stated that he feels all employee housing should be constructed and completed as outlined in Ordinance No. 09, Series of 1994. Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION — DRAFT RESOLUTION NO. 06 SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON DRAFT RESOLUTION NO. 06, SERIES OF 2000, REGARDING THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS (FARAWAY RANCH SOUTH) PRELIMINARY PUD PLAN SUBMISSION, INVOLVING PARCEL K, FARAWAY RANCH GROSS PARCEL PLAT, AND THE GRANTING OF AUTHORIZATION TO SUBMIT A FINAL PUD PLAN APPLICATION (Public Hearing continued from 02-21-2000) Council reviewed the draft Resolution and requested necessary changes. Council discussed financing options, employee housing design, wetlands mitigation, trails, number of units to be constructed, conversion of units if not sold and condominium documents. John Dresser requested approval be conditioned by receipt of a signed written agreement between the Ridge Homeowners Association and the applicant regarding the trail. Council requested a final site plan and architectural plan for the employee housing. The Town Attorney explained that the exhibits to the Resolution were not included with the information provided for this meeting. The applicant will provide the employee housing architectural and site plans for Council review and discussion, on March 8, 2000. CONTINUATION OF MEETING At 8:26 p.m. Mayor Manchester stated that due to time constraints, this meeting would be continued on March 8, 2000 at 3:30 p.m. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk _ M-(O - SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES 03-27-00 Mayor Manchester called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, March 27 at 4:32 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Doug Mercatoris, Kevin Costello and Jack Hatfield. Council Member Costello left at 5:25 p.m. COUNCIL ABSENT: Mark Brady was absent. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney PUBLIC PRESENT: There were no members of the public present at this meeting. Item No. 2: EXECUTIVE SESSION OWL CREEK TRAIL NEGOTIATIONS At 4:39 p.m. Hatfield made a motion to convene to Executive Session for privileged Attorney/client discussions regarding Owl Creek Trail negotiations. Costello seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Brady was absent. At 5:39 p.m. Mercatoris made a motion to reconvene the Special Meeting, seconded by Hatfield. The motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Members Brady and Costello were absent. Item No. 3: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Mercatoris made a motion to adjourn the Special Meeting, seconded by Hatfield. The motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Members Brady and Costello were absent. The meeting adjourned at 5:40 p.m. Submitted By: Rebecca Harlowe, Records Manager C7 , SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 04-03-2000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester opened the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, April 3, 2000 at 4:00 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Douglas Mercatoris, Kevin Costello, Mark Brady, Jack Hatfield COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Victoria Giannola, Planning Director; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Leslie Klusmire, Assistant to the Town Manager; Dawn Keating, Wildlife Specialist; Chris Conrad, Senior Planner; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Martin Mata, John Dresser, Gracie Oliphant, Don Schuster, Janice Huggins, Sarah Chung, Madeleine Osberger, Jeff Tippett, Geri Wright, Dave Bellack, Dan Baharav, Jim Wells, Dan Kitchen, Mary Beth Blake, Deidre Boineau, John Howard and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS There were no Public Non-Agenda items. Item No. 3: MAYORAL PROCLAMATION NO. 01, SERIES OF 2000 PROCLAIMING APRIL 9 TO 15, 2000 AS SNOWMASS VILLAGE CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS WEEK 5 � _ 04-03-00tc Page 2 Mayor Manchester proclaimed April 9 to 15, 2000 as Snowmass Village Crime Victims' Rights Week. Item No. 4: PUBLIC HEARING —ATUP/SUMMER CONCERT SERIES TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN APPLICATION FOR AN ADMINISTRATIVE TEMPORARY USE PERMIT ON FANNY HILL AT THE MALL WITH ACCESS FROM ELBERT LANE, BY THE SNOWMASS RESORT ASSOCIATION TO ALLOW A FREE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 4:14 p.m. Mercatoris stepped down from the Council table, stating a conflict of interest as a member of the Snowmass Village Community Fund. The Planning Director explained that this application has been processed as an Administrative Temporary Use Permit in the past. Letters of concern have been received from some of the neighbors; therefore this item has been brought to Council for review and approval. The Planning Commission will review the application on April 5, 2000 and provide recommendations to Council at the April 10, 2000 Special Town Council Meeting. There being no comments from the public, Manchester closed the Public Hearing at 4:20 p.m. Mercatoris returned to the Council table. Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING — ORDINANCE NO. 15, SERIES OF 1999 TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 15, SERIES OF 1999, AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A FRANCHISE TO HOLY CROSS ENERGY FOR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE TOWN FOR LIGHT, HEAT, POWER AND OTHER PURPOSES AND FIXING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS THEREOF Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 4:21 p.m. There being no comments from the public, Manchester stated that this Public Hearing would be continued to the April 17, 2000 Town Council Meeting, scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 03, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE SNOWMASS CLUB FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENT Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 4:22 p.m. There being no comments from the public, Manchester closed the Public Hearing at 4:23 p.m. 04-03-00tc Page 3 Council discussed unit ownership and possible length of stay available to owners of the fractional ownership units. Mercatoris made a motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No. 03, Series of 2000, seconded by Hatfield. Council requested that staff provide copies of the Right-of-Way Agreement. Item No. 10: RESOLUTION NO. 15, SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ROARING FORK RAILROAD HOLDING AUTHORITY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN Hunt Walker, Council representative to the Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority (RFRHA), outlined the contents of the Resolution. He explained changes made to the Comprehensive Plan since Council reviewed the Draft Plan at a Council Meeting held in January, 2000. After further discussion, Mercatoris made a motion to approve Resolution No. 15, Series of 2000, seconded by Mayor Manchester. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. NOTE: Due to an early meeting start time, Mayor Manchester explained that the Manager's Report would be addressed at this time. Item No. 11: MANAGER'S REPORT Public Broadcasting Service The Town Manager explained that the Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) was turned on this morning per Valerie at AT&T. Hatfield explained that he was informed by a reliable source that a transponder had been temporarily turned off. Klusmire will further pursue the issue to determine if PBS will remain on the air as a part of the Basic Service. Town Clean-Up Day Council discussed a suggestion of scheduling Town Clean-Up Day on a Saturday this year rather than on a Friday as has been historical for this event. Manchester explained that the idea arose in an effort to involve more community participation in the event. The Town Manager explained that a Saturday event would involve overtime pay for Town employees. Council further discussed opportunities to involve more members of the community and school students in a similar community event. Mercatoris suggested organizing a separate Community Day event for this purpose. After further discussion Council decided to continue Town Clean-Up Day as a Friday event and scheduled the event to be held on May 19 for this year. Council requested that staff urge businesses to send their employees to the Clean-Up Day. After further discussion, Council directed the Town Manager to investigate organization of a separate Community 04-03-00tc Page 4 Day event to involve members of the community and students. Costello volunteered his services to assist at the May 1 g`h barbecue. Land Use Code Discussions Council requested Work Session time be scheduled on April 17, 2000 to receive Council input and further discuss Land Use Code issues. Staff Retreat The Town Manager informed Council that notes from the recent Staff Retreat were included in the packet for this Council Meeting. He identified one controversial item from staff whereby staff is recommending that a block of 2 to 4 units in the proposed Parcel "N" employee housing construction be set aside for Town employees. He further explained that the Town employees could be given an advantage during the lottery process for sale of the units. Hatfield opposed the recommendation and requested a straw vote to determine if this issue would warrant further Council Work Session time. A straw vote was taken and Council majority was in favor of scheduling Work Session time for further discussion of the issue. Town Meetings In response to an inquiry from the Town Manager, Council requested that information regarding the proposed Transit Plaza, as well as other information on currently proposed Town developments, be made available at the upcoming Town Meetings scheduled for the upcoming week. RETT Projects Mercatoris requested scheduling of Work Session time to review the use of Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT) funds budgeted for specific projects. The Town Manager stated that the design has been completed, rock has been obtained and the Stream Restoration Project is underway. After further discussion, Council requested that Work Session time be scheduled to review the projects that have been assigned to the RETT Budget. Town Meetings Mayor Manchester reminded the public that two Town Meetings have been scheduled for noon on April 4, and at 5:30 p.m. on April 5, 2000 at Schermer Meeting Hall, Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Lunch will be served at the April 4 Town Meeting. He urged the public to attend. Item No. 7: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 05, SERIES OF 2000 ORDINANCE NO. 5, SERIES OF 2000, AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE WILDLIFE HABITAT ANALYSIS, INCLUDING 04-03-00tc Page 5 WILDLIFE MITIGATION AND ENHANCEMENT PLAN, FOR A 3.201 ACRE PORTION OF PARCEL F, LOT 3, EAST VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TO AUTHORIZE SUBMISSION OF A SPECIAL REVIEW USE APPLICATION BY THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER, INC. TO PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER EDUCATIONAL FACILITY (Public Hearing continued and Ordinance tabled from 03-06-2000) Mayor Manchester explained that this Public Hearing was continued from the March 6, 2000 Regular Town Council Meeting. First Reading of this Ordinance was discussed on March 6, 2000 and tabled to this meeting date at 4:00 p.m. Conrad stated that two letters of opposition have been received from Dan Kitchen and Kelly Kitchen, stating their opposition to the proposed location of the Nature Center. The two letters have been included in the Council packet for this meeting. He explained that he met on March 16 with the Pitkin County Wildlife Biologist to obtain professional recommendations. Since that date, a more recent memo has been received from the Biologist to relocate the proposed building to an area on the site that would have less impact to wildlife. Council requested more information from the applicant regarding parking, hours of operation, planned activities for the Center, landscaping and number of employees. Conrad further explained that this Ordinance, if approved by Council upon Second Reading, will authorize the applicant to submit a Special Review Use Application to be reviewed and acted upon by Council in the future. Jim Wells, representing the applicant, stated that he is prepared at this time to discuss other issues related to the application. Dan Kitchen spoke in opposition of construction on the proposed site. He provided information regarding the wildlife migration corridor and discussed the proposed development on the Guber property as a threat to the migration corridor. He further stated that construction of the Nature Center at the proposed location would shrink the elk migration corridor and constitute a threat to wildlife habitat. Kitchen requested that Council reverse their earlier decision and designate the site as "Conservation Easement' and consider construction of the Nature Center at another location. He suggested construction on Town property presently used by Krabloonik as a parking lot. Kitchen also sang a song for Council reflecting his feelings of the proposed Nature Center development on Conservation Easement property. Karen Gustafson, an attorney serving on the Nature Center Board, commended Council on their scrutiny of proposals for the health of the community and wildlife and spoke in favor of the Nature Center application. Jim Wells explained the _ 6A #am 04-03-00tc Page 6 reasons why the Divide site would not be an appropriate location for the Center and would compromise the operation significantly. Gary Watts, General Manager of Krabloonik, stated his reasons why use of the Divide site for the Nature Center would not be appropriate and would have a negative affect on the restaurant operations. Hatfield reported that Krabloonik previously approached Council to request the use of the Divide property for future planning purposes. Mercatoris requested that the letter from Jonathan Lowsky, Pitkin County Wildlife Biologist, be entered into the record. The e-mail letter received on this date retracts some of the statements Lowsky made in his letter to Chris Conrad dated February 24, 2000. Council and the applicant discussed the boundaries of the parcel proposed for this construction, possible further expansion of the structure in the future, plans to close the Center during elk migration and calving season, use of landscaping to extend the canopy, number of visitors on a peak day relative to the number of proposed parking spaces and transportation services, and trails access. Costello stated that he is uncomfortable with building a structure at this location. Mercatoris requested that the applicant provide Council with the precise dates that the Center would be closed during elk migration and calving season before second Reading of this Ordinance. Dr. Baharav explained the plans and use of landscaping to extend the canopy for small animals and birds. Jim Wells proposed plans for accommodating a sufficient number of parking spaces and/or transportation for events held at the Center. Manchester stated that he is in favor of construction of a Nature Center, although he stated uncertainty that the proposed location is appropriate due to its proximity to the zone of influence of the wildlife migration corridor. Mercatoris requested that Lowsky be invited to Second Reading of this Ordinance to clarify his e-mail memo received by Council at this meeting. Keating summarized her meeting with Lowsky that was held on the site before his February 24th letter was written to Council. Hatfield commented on the site visit with Lowsky, recommendations made by Lowsky and Randy Cote of the Colorado Department of Wildlife, Baharav's information, the potential development on the Guber property and diminishment of the wildlife corridor. He requested that First Reading of this Ordinance be tabled to allow Council additional time to review an alternate site for construction of the Center. Wells stated that continuation of this submission would not be possible if Hatfield plans to move forward to petition for an initiative against the Center. Hatfield stated that he will stop the petition action if further time is allowed to analyze the Divide parcel as a potential site for the Center. Manchester requested that the applicant provide additional information including a site plan, transportation information as it relates to wildlife management and landscaping issues related to the canopy. Brady requested - L3 dOOP 04-03-00tc Page 7 clarification of Lowsky's e-mail memo, specific information on dates and times the Center would be closed during migration and calving season and further information on how construction of the Center in this location will affect all wildlife species in the area. Hatfield made a motion to table First Reading of the Ordinance, seconded by Costello. The motion to table failed by a vote of 2 in favor to 3 opposed. Hatfield and Costello voted in favor. Mayor Manchester and Council Members Mercatoris and Brady opposed. Hatfield requested further information regarding future potential for expansion of the Center including parking, what species would be attracted and/or disturbed, clarification of employee mitigation and traffic safety regarding parking and buses, on and off of Owl Creek Road. Mayor Manchester called the question on the motion for First Reading. The motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 2 opposed. Mayor Manchester, Council Members Mercatoris and Brady voted in favor. Costello and Hatfield opposed. The Town Attorney stated that Second Reading of this Ordinance will require a 2/3 majority vote. Item No. 8: DISCUSSION/ACTION BRUSH CREEK FIELD GUIDE Dawn Keating stated that she is requesting Council approval for the funding scenario outlined in her memo included in this meeting's Council packet. This issue was previously brought before Council in November, 1999. At that time staff informed Council that total cost for the field guide was approximately $50,000. Council allocated $20,000 from the Wildlife Mitigation Fund to be used for this purpose. They also directed staff to conduct additional research to find funding for the remaining $20,000. Based on research and refinement of the funding goals, Keating explained that staffs recommendation is to borrow an additional $22,650 from the Wildlife Mitigation Fund that would be paid back with funds derived from selling the Guides. Council reviewed an information sheet provided by Janice Huggins outlining costs to produce the Guides. After further discussion, Council directed staff to proceed with the project and requested a contract for services be developed between the Town and Huggins outlining the costs for her services. Council approved the use of$42,650 from the Wildlife Mitigation Fund to be used for the development and production of the Brush Creek Field Guide, $22,650 will be repaid to the Fund from money derived from sales of the completed Guide. Item No. 9: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 06, SERIES OF 2000 ORDINANCE NO. 6, SERIES OF 2000, AN ORDINANCE GRANTING THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC. CONDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION TO COMMENCE CERTAIN _ ` y .. 04-03-00tc Page 8 CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES WITHIN PARCEL K, FARAWAY RANCH GROSS PARCEL PLAT. Hatfield left the meeting at 7:06 p.m. Conrad explained the contents of Ordinance No. 06, Series of 2000. He stated that the zoning change approval is included in this Ordinance and outlined outstanding information that will be required prior to Second Reading. Brady made a motion to approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 06, Series of 2000, seconded by Mercatoris. John Meckling of CTL Thompson, explained that he will issue a letter to insure access and allow independent readings of ground movement and ground water monitoring equipment. He ensured Council that engineers will be available to continually monitor the site. The Town Attorney requested that a copy of the letter be submitted to the Planner, as well as the location of current and future monitoring devices, the frequency of which they are going to be read, locations of control points and assurance that the data collected by Meckling is submitted to the Town. Conrad stated that the Condition in the Ordinance that calls for a copy of the Agreement between CTL Thompson and the Ridge Homeowners will be deleted, but the elements of the Agreement will be included in the Ordinance. He requested clarification regarding the Performance and Restoration Bond, and requested a copy of the document outlining project costs. The Town Attorney explained that all questions outlined in Conrad's communiqu6 to Council and information required in Lambert's memo need to be answered in writing and will be included in the Ordinance. After further discussion, First Reading of Ordinance No. 06, Series of 2000 was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Hatfield was absent. Item No. 12: APPROVE COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARIES FOR 03-13-2000 AND 03-20-2000 Mercatoris made a motion to approve the Work Session Summaries as listed. Costello seconded the motion. There being no changes or additions, the motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Hatfield was absent. Item No. 13: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT � (0 04-03-00tc Page 9 Summer Concert Series Mercatoris provided the line-up for the Summer Music Series. The first two concerts are scheduled for June 22 and June 30, 2000. All other concerts will be held on Thursday evenings on Fanny Hill. Televised Council Meetings/Grassroots Manchester requested that the Town Manager contact the Manager of Grassroots Television to request that Council Meetings, in their entirety, be televised live or taped and televised at a later date if necessary. He also requested that an inquiry be made questioning why the Grassroots team left before this Council Meeting ended. Grassroots Contract The Town Manager reported that the Manager of Grassroots has requested a contract with the Town for providing future Council Meeting coverage. Shuttle Bus Drivers Comments Brady stated that a good source of information related to comments from guests could come from Town Shuttle Bus drivers. He suggested a luncheon with the drivers to determine comments made by guests during the ski season. Item No. 14: CALENDARS EOTC Meeting Manchester stated that an Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) Meeting would be held on April 4, 2000 at the Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers. Town Meetings John Dresser requested that the advertisements for the Town Meetings scheduled to be held on April 4, 2000 at noon and on April 5, 2000 at 5:30 p.m. be reviewed for accuracy. Garfield County/RTA The Town Attorney informed Council of the correct method for Garfield County citizens to initiate a ballot question regarding the Regional Transportation Authority. 04-03-00tc Page 10 Item No. 15: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Manchester made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Mercatoris seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. The meeting adjourned at 7:25 p.m. Council Member Hatfield was absent. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2000 (Continued from Monday, April 3, 2000) WHERE : SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KEARNS ROAD 2ND FLOOR SNOWMASS CENTER BUILDING WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 15, SERIES OF 1999, AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A FRANCHISE TO HOLY CROSS ENERGY FOR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE TOWN FOR LIGHT, HEAT, POWER AND OTHER PURPOSES AND FIXING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS THEREOF TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 9 : 00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: 923-3777 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Village Sun on 09-05-2000 http//www. tosv. com clerk @tosv. com - 6g - From:Stephen R.Connor To:Town of Snowmass Village Date:04114/2000 Time:2:19:16 PM Page 1 of 1 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 Presented By: Stephen R. Connor, Town Attorney Subject: Ordinance No. 15, Series of 1999, Holy Cross Energy Franchise Overview: The precise language of the Ordinance has not been approved by Holy Cross Energy at this time. In accordance with the directions of the-Town Council I am attempting to reach agreement with Holy Cross on the matter of underground power lines. Holy Cross has some continuing concerns that the Town is being unreasonable in its underground power line position. Hopefully the Holy Cross concerns can be resolved prior toyour meeting on Monday. If the concerns cannot be resolved, than Holy Cross will be requesting you to approve language the it proposes that I currently cannot recommend. Since the format of the Ordinance has not been approved, I must present it to you on Monday at the meeting. I will send an e-mail copy to you if agreement can be reached on April 14, 2000. Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance granting the franchise to Holy Cross Energy, provided that the terms and conditions are acceptable to the Town Council; otherwise table the Ordinance for further proceedings at a later date. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2000 (Continued from April 3, 2000) WHERE: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 2ND FLOOR, SNOWMASS CENTER 0016 KEARNS ROAD, SNOWMASS VILLAGE WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: ORDINANCE NO. 5, SERIES OF 2000, AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE WILDLIFE HABITAT ANALYSIS, INCLUDING WILDLIFE MITIGATION AND ENHANCEMENT PLAN, FOR A 3.201 ACRE PORTION OF PARCEL F, LOT 3, EAST VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TO AUTHORIZE SUBMISSION OF A SPECIAL REVIEW USE APPLICATION BY THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER, INC. TO PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER EDUCATIONAL FACILITY. TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: 923-3777 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on April 5, 2000 ..._ 7 0 dump COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Senior Planner Subject: Public Hearing and Second Reading: Ordinance No. 05, Series Of 2000, an Ordinance concerning the Wildlife Habitat Analysis, including Wildlife Mitigation and Enhancement Plan, for a 3.201 acre portion of Parcel F, Lot 3, East Village Planned Unit Development and to authorize submission of a Special Review Use application by the Snowmass Nature Center, Inc. to permit the construction of the Snowmass Nature Center educational facility. Overview: The Snowmass Nature Center, Inc. made application for approval of a Wildlife Analysis Report, including Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan (WEMP), in order to permit the Snowmass Nature Center educational facility to be located within a 3.201 acre portion of Parcel F, Lot 3, East Village Planned Unit Development. A copy of this report was provided prior to your March 6 meeting. An application addendum letter provided by the applicant for the April 3 meeting has been attached as part of Exhibit B of the ordinance. The Public Hearing will be concluded and second reading should occur at this meeting. Both Jonathan Lowski, Pitkin County Wildlife Biologist (Pitkin County), and Kevin Wright with the Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW) have been invited to attend, respond to questions and provide final comments. A site/physical characteristics map, which includes the entire Owl Creek Road corridor and Guber parcels, will be presented at the meeting. All written comments and recommendations from staff, Pitkin County and CDOW may be found within Exhibit B. Finding No. 4 of the ordinance contains the Town Council findings relating to those recommendations. Please note that a new Staff memo from Dawn Keating, dated April 17, summarizes the Staff findings and discusses the construction, trail and seasonal closure provisions stated in Finding No. 4b. Condition No. 1 then requires that the recommendations �� 47 / �' outlined within Finding No. 4 be incorporated within the final WEMP. It is important to note that Condition No. 4 clearly specifies that no further development review regarding this project may occur until granted consent by the Town Council. This ordinance concerns the Wildlife Habitat Analysis, including the WEMP, only and by itself in no way constitutes a grant to proceed with any development within the subject area. Second reading of this ordinance requires a three-quarters (314) affirmative vote of the Town Council members present and voting. Recommendation: Staff recommends second reading approval subject to the conditions contained within the ordinance or as may be amended following final comments at the meeting from Staff, Pitkin County and CDOW. PAuser\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Nature Center\Nature Center WEMP rcMemo03 dim 07 �� TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 5 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE WILDLIFE HABITAT ANALYSIS, INCLUDING WILDLIFE MITIGATION AND ENHANCEMENT PLAN, FOR A 3.201 ACRE PORTION OF PARCEL F, LOT 3, EAST VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TO AUTHORIZE SUBMISSION OF A SPECIAL REVIEW USE APPLICATION BY THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER, INC. TO PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER EDUCATIONAL FACILITY. WHEREAS, the Snowmass Village Town Council previously approved the East Village Planned Unit Development ("PUD") and Land Use Plan in Ordinance No. 6, Series of 1994 ("Ordinance 6"); and WHEREAS, the East Village PUD Land Use Plan Map was subsequently recorded in Plat Book 35 at Page 60 in the records of the Pitkin County, Colorado Clerk and Recorder; and WHEREAS, the Snowmass Nature Center, Inc. ("Applicant") has made application for approval of a Wildlife Analysis Report, including Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan ("WEMP") in order to permit the Snowmass Nature Center educational facility (the "Project')to be located within a 3.201 acre portion (the "Subject Area") of Parcel F, Lot 3, East Village Planned Unit Development ("Lot 3"), as further described within Exhibit A of this ordinance; and WHEREAS, Lot 3, which is 18.63 acres in size, was conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village (the "Town") in 1994 as part of the East Village development agreement; and WHEREAS, the Town, as landowner, has consented to allow the Applicant to submit the Nature Center proposal; and WHEREAS, Town Council Ordinance No. 12, Series of 1999, was adopted on November 15, 1999 thereby: 1) amending the permitted uses and zoning parameters specified for Lot 3 within the East Village PUD Land Use Plan Map; 2) rezoning the 3.201 acre portion of Lot 3 from OS-Open Space to PUB-Public; and 3) removing the "Conservation Corridor' designation from the Subject Area on the East Village subdivision plat; and WHEREAS, Town Council Resolution No. 52, Series of 1999 ("Resolution 52"), which was adopted by a vote of at least three-quarters (3/4) of the members present and voting, authorized and directed the Applicant to conduct a Wildlife saw 73 tow TC Ord.00-05 Page 2 Analysis and prepare a Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan; and WHEREAS, said direction to the Applicant did not constitute a decision to authorize development; and WHEREAS, the Applicant has now submitted Wildlife Habitat Analysis, including Wildlife Mitigation and Enhancement Plan ("WEMP"), for the Subject Area in accordance with Section 16A-4-20(d) of the Municipal Code and is requesting approval of this WEMP pursuant to Section 16A-4-20(e)(2) of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, Section 16A-4-20(e)(2) of the Municipal Code specifies that the ordinance must be adopted by a vote of at least three-quarters (3/4) of the members present and voting; and WHEREAS, a notice was published in the Snowmass Sun on February 9, 2000 to inform the public that this item was being considered by the Town Council on March 6, 2000 and that an opportunity would be given for public comment concerning this application; and WHEREAS, the Public Hearing was held and discussion occurred regarding this item during said meeting; and WHEREAS, first reading of the ordinance was tabled until April 3, 2000 in order to provide the Applicant the opportunity to prepare a written response to the Town Council's questions raised during the March 6 meeting; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has received public testimony, reviewed the application materials, heard a presentation by the applicant and received the report and recommendations from the Town staff during the March 6, April 3 and April 17, 2000 meetings; and 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. Lot 3 is owned by the Town and a motion to approve the use of the Subject Area within Lot 3 so that the Applicant could proceed with a "Land Use Application" was approved at the July 20, 1998 Town Council meeting. GOP 7 � TC Ord.00.05 Page 3 2. The Applicant submitted the application for review of the Wildlife Habitat Analysis and WEMP in accordance with the provisions of Section 16A-4-20 of the Municipal Code. The Wildlife Habitat Analysis and WEMP contain both written and graphic materials, in sufficient detail, to deem the application complete for review. 3. The Subject Area is identified as being within an area designated "Migration Corridor" on the "Elk Season Activity 1" map within the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan (the "Comprehensive Plan"). Section 16A-4-20(c)(2) of the Municipal Code states that these maps are general in nature which need to be verified on the ground pursuant to Subsection (d), Wildlife Habitat Analysis. Based upon written testimony provided by Dr. Dan Baharav of Baharav Environmental Consulting, Randy Cote with the Colorado Division of Wildlife ("CDOW"), and Dawn Keating, the Town's Wildlife Specialist, there was sufficient reason at the time Resolution 52 was adopted to believe that the Subject Area was not within the current active migration corridor and that the proposed Project would not contribute additional negative impacts to the migration corridor's viability. 4. The Wildlife Habitat Analysis, including mitigation and enhancement plan, was referred on February 2, 2000 to the Colorado Division of Wildlife ("CDOW"), the Pitkin County Wildlife Biologist and Town Wildlife Specialist for review and comment. The Town Council reviewed the comments, attached as Exhibit B, and finds that the WEMP submitted by the Applicant should be amended as follows: a. The recommendations from Dawn Keating, TOSV Wildlife Specialist, regarding seasonal closure during migration, trail closure and construction schedules should be incorporated within the final Nature Center WEMP. b. Specifically, the initial seasonal closure of the facility (all activity or use) should be from May 1 —June 1 and November 1 — November 30 from 7.00 pm to 6.00 am Trail closure should be from April 25 — June 20 and October 31 — November 30. 24 hours/day. All construction activity (both inside and outside) should be limited to between 7.00 am and 5.00 pm except during the Owl Creek Road closures During these periods the beginning time should be moved back to 6:00 am from 7:00 am. All dates and times should be evaluated annually and may be adjusted by the Town Council following review of the Annual Report and/or in response to _ 7 s _ TC Ord.00.05 Page 4 recommendations received from the CDOW. Pitkin County and Town staff. c. The Applicant should work with the Town's Landscape Architect and amend their final WEMP to incorporate the recommendations from the CDOW and Jonathan Lowskv regarding revegetation, implementation of an approved weed management Plan and landscaping. d. The WEMP should be amended to reflect the amendments to the application outlined within the Applicant's March 28 addendum letter included within Exhibit B of this ordinance. 5. The East Village Planned Unit Development Land Use Plan in Ordinance No. 6 should be amended only to the extent necessary to redefine Wildlife Management Zones A, B and C within Lot 3 in accordance with Figure III of the Nature Center WEMP. 6. The Two Creeks and The Pines Final Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan contained within Exhibit B of Ordinance 6 should be amended as follows: a. Amending the Management Zones A, B and C to be consistent with Figure III of the Nature Center WEMP. b. Amend the Enhancement Plan Landscaping requirement, which currently specifies that five (5) Blue Spruce, thirty (30) Willows, eight (8) Aspens and five (5) Chokecherry bushes be planted within Lot 3 so that the Snowmass Land Company may be permitted to provide a greater mix of trees and shrubs equivalent to or better than what is presently required, in 'terms of quantity and/or quality as determined by the Town, which would more appropriately enhance the existing aspen ecosystem and wildlife values within Lot 3 in accordance with the Nature Center WEMP. C. Incorporating the recommendations and guidelines contained within the Nature Center WEMP to supercede the original plan as it would apply to the Subject Area and/or Lot 3 only. _ 7b : TC Ord.00-05 Page 5 7. The Town Council has reviewed the Applicant's Wildlife Analysis and finds that the above proposed amendments to the original East Village PUD 'Two Creeks and The Pines Final Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan", contained within Exhibit B of Ordinance 6, should occur by separate ordinance following adoption of the Nature Center WEMP and prior to any Special Review approval of the development by the Planning Commission. 8. The Town Council finds that, subject to the conditions within Section Three below, the Nature Center WEMP is consistent with the Wildlife Mitigation and Enhancement Standards specified within Section 16A-4-20(f) of the Municipal Code. Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby: 1) approves the Nature Center Wildlife Enhancement and Mitigation Plan, as shall be amended; 2) consents to the Applicant submitting a Special Review application for the Nature Center educational facility; and 3) authorizes development within the Subject Area if in accordance with said final Special Review and WEMP plans. Further, this action shall be subject to the conditions contained within Section Three below. Section Three: Conditions of Approval. Said approval is subject to the satisfying the following conditions: 1. The Nature Center WEMP submitted by the Applicant shall be amended to incorporate the recommendations from the CDOW, Pitkin County and the TOSV Wildlife Specialist as outlined within Finding No. 4 above. 2. Ten (10) copies of the amended plan shall then be submitted to the Town Community Development Department for review and approval by the Planning Director and Town Attorney, who may refer said plan to the CDOW, Pitkin County and/or Town Wildlife Specialist for further review and comments or the Town Council for further direction. 3. Following approval of the final document, a copy shall be provided to the Town Clerk and staff shall then prepare an ordinance for adoption by the Town Council which will amend the Two Creeks and The Pines Final Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan as it relates to Lot 3. 4. Authorization to proceed with development within the Subject Area shall be: 1) strictly limited to the development parameters shown in Exhibit C; 2)only as necessary to permit the Snowmass Nature Center educational facility; 3) subject to the terms and conditions of any agreement(s) r 7 7 opm TC Ord.00-05 Page 6 between the Town and Applicant concerning granting consent to apply for Special Review, the placement of improvements within or the use of the Subject Area; and 4) further subject to obtaining Special Review approval of the Project by the Planning Commission. 5. The authorization for development and approvals granted pursuant to Section Two of this ordinance shall not take effect until such time as the final Nature Center WEMP has been approved by the Planning Director. 6. No building permits may be issued or development of any kind occur without prior written authorization of the Town and/or Special Review approval of the Applicant's final design proposal. 7. As landowner, the Town reserves the right to rescind this ordinance should the above conditions not be satisfied within one (1) year or should the issuance of a building permit not occur within three (3) years, from the effective date of this ordinance. Section Four: Direction to Town Clerk. Upon receipt of the final Nature Center WEMP from the Planning Director, the Town Clerk is hereby authorized to attach said document as Exhibit A of this ordinance. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on April 3, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member Hatfield, the second of Council Member Mercatoris, and upon a vote of 3 in favor and 2 against. Mayor Manchester and Council Members Mercatoris and Brady voted in favor. Council Members Hatfield and Costello opposed. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by a vote of at least three-quarters (3/4) of the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village members present and voting on Second Reading, on April 17, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE By: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk EXHIBIT A Nature Center Wildlife Enhancement & Management Plan COUNCIL MEMBERS PLEASE REFER TO THE COPY PROVIDED FOR THE MARCH 6 MEETING OR THE PUBLIC MAY REFER TO THE COPY ON FILE WITH THE TOWN CLERK. EXHIBIT A WELL ALSO CONTAIN THE APPLICANT'S MARCH 28 LETTER INCLUDED WITHIN THIS PACKET NNW maw EXBTBIT B COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 By: Dawn Keating Subject: Review of Seasonal Closure Dates and Summary of Findings for the Snowmass Nature Center. Seasonal Closure Dates for the Snowmass Nature Center Facility— At the 4/3/2000 Council meeting, Council had questions on the seasonal closure dates for the Snowmass Nature Center(SNC). Staff provides additional comments below. Attached is my Council Communique from March 6, 2000 in which I recommend that the Snowmass Nature Center be closed from May 1 —June 1 and November 1 —November 30 from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. during elk/deer migrations (page two). Staff chose these dates because they are consistent with the voluntary restrictions on Owl Creek Road during elk/deer migrations. The dates for the Owl Creek Road restrictions were jointly determined and implemented by TOSV and Pitkin County. Staff believes these dates and times are appropriate and a proactive way to limit any potential stress to elk and deer that may be on Owl Creek Road or near the Nature Center site during migration seasons. Jonathan Lowsky, Pitkin County Biologist recommended two different seasonal closure dates. In his 3/2/2000 letter he recommended dusk to dawn closures from May 15 —June 30 and October 1 —November 30. In his 3/30/00 email, he recommended dusk to dawn closures from April 15 —May 15 and October 15 —November 15. Kevin Wright, CDOW, did not make any seasonal facility closure recommendations in his 2/15/00 letter. Both Lowsky and Wright are scheduled to attend the Council meeting on 4/17/00 to clarify and discuss these issues further. STAFF RECOMMENDATION— Staff recommends that the seasonal closure dates for the SNC be consistent with the seasonal restrictions on Owl Creek Road. In most years, these dates are the height of the migrations. SNC has committed to a five - year monitoring plan (see Objective#4, page 7 of the SNC Wildlife Plan). Monitoring of elk/deer movements in and around the Nature Center will be a component of this plan. If it is determined,based on the monitoring, that elk and deer are in the area at different times than the Owl Creek Road restrictions, both the Town and SNC staff will have the opportunity to make recommendations to refine the dates to the Town Council in their annual reports to the Council (see Objective#4,No. E,page 8 of the Wildlife Plan). dln� g o /ow Page two Dawn Keating Council Communiqu6 4/17/00 Trail Closures: Staff recommended in the attached 3/6/2000 Communique that the trails near the Nature Center comply with the seasonal closures already being implemented from Ordinance 6— 94 for Two Creeks and the Pines. These dates are from April 25 —June 20 and October 31 —November 30, 24 hours/day. They are intended to limit impacts to elk/deer during migration and calving. Jonathan Lowsky, in his 3/30/2000 email, recommended a 24 hour/day trail closure from May 15 —June 30 during elk calving and bird nesting seasons. He did not offer any trail closure dates in the fall. Kevin Wright recommended that all existing trail closures and restrictions be maintained and enforced in his 2/15/00 letter. He did not offer specific dates. The SNC's Wildlife Plan recommended that the existing seasonal trail closures be adhered to (page 7, E.). STAFF RECOMMENDATION—Staff recommends that the trail closures already being implemented remain intact. Lowsky's recommendation to begin the trail closure on May 15 would be included in the April 25 date being implemented. His recommendation to end the closure June 30 would extend the closure 10 days. Last year Council directed staff to streamline the trail closures dates as much as scientifically possible so that the public could better remember and support them. Based on discussions with Randy Cote, CDOW, and Dr. Dan Baharav,who conducts monitoring in the area for the Snowmass Land Company and the Aspen Skiing Company, staff streamlined the re-opening of all the Town's trails to June 20`h. Cote and Baharav did not feel that a June 20 versus a June 30 date was detrimental to wildlife because in most years it is at the very end of the nesting and calving seasons. Most animals are beyond sensitivity or out of the area by then. Similar to the seasonal closures for the facility, there is flexibility in the Wildlife Plan to address any change in conditions based on monitoring results. page three Dawn Keating Council Communiqu6 4/17/00 SUMMARY OF STAFF FINDINGS: In addition to the recommendations above regarding seasonal closures, staff has made four other findings and recommendations since this issue came before the Council in June 1998. These have been outlined in staffs 10/4/99 (attached) and 3/6/00 Council Communiqu6s. They are summarized below: 1. Based on a wildlife analysis, staff finds that conditions have changed over the past ten years to the point that the Nature Center site is no longer in a wildlife sensitive area as defined by the Section 16A—4—20(c) of the Land Use and Development Code. The migration corridor has shifted east due to public and private developments, and increased traffic on Owl Creek Road. The Land Use Code requires land that is designated as Sensitive Wildlife Habitat on the Wildlife Maps be verified on the ground for its current conditions. The code acknowledges that the wildlife maps "are general maps, and because animal distribution is fluid and animal populations are dynamic, the maps are considered guides". 2. Staff finds that the SNC's Wildlife Enhancement and Mitigation Plan complies with Section 16A—4—20- 3 (f), Wildlife Mitigation and Enhancement Standards. Staff recommended that with minor modifications to construction schedules, trail and seasonal closures,that the Wildlife Plan be approved. 3. Questions over the past two months regarding whether or not the migration corridor would shift back west when Mr. Guber develops his property have been discussed. Based on the findings in#1 above, staff does not believe that the corridor would shift back west because the reasons that the elk abandoned the area five- ten years ago still remain. These reasons include the Town's Maintenance Facility, development of Two Creeks and the Pines, and increased traffic, fences, trails & guard rails on Owl Creek Road. Further, topographically, the land just west of Glendale Divide is steep and thickly covered in oakbrush, making it inhospitable for animal movement. Staff believes that the elk will choose the less energy-taxing and impacted route to the east through the flatter open pastureland for migrating to and from their summer range to the south. 4. Based on a 6/30/98 staff recommendation, Council allocated $10,000 seed money to the Snowmass Nature Center out of the Wildlife Mitigation Fund on 7/20/98. Council supported the idea of an environmental learning center in Snowmass Village because it would further the Town's goals to promote education, stewardship and appreciation of mountain ecosystems and the unique ecology of Snowmass Village to both residents and tourists. g 2 doom* COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: March 6, 2000 Presented By: Dawn Keating Wildlife Specialist Subject: Snowmass Nature Center Wildlife Enhancement and Mitigation Plan Overview: On October 4, 1999 the Council approved Resolution No. 19 Series of 1999 directing the Snowmass Nature Center(SNC) to prepare a Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan(WEMP) for the Nature Center site. This was the first step in a three- step process that is undertaken when a development is proposed in certain mapped sensitive wildlife habitat. This process is outlined in Section 16 A—4-20 3 (e). The other two steps,which are the focus of the discussion on 3/6/00, are presentation to the Town Council of the wildlife report that was prepared by the SNC and adoption of an ordinance by'/4 vote of the Town Council if they decide to authorize development in the wildlife habitat after reviewing the WEMP. Attached for your information are the review comments from staff, CDOW and Pitkin County on the WEMP. Also provided for discussion is an ordinance that, if passed, would outline the extent and nature of the development that could occur based on information provided in the WEMP. Issues: The enhancement and mitigation plan must comply with Section 16A—4—20 3 (f), Wildlife Mitigation and Enhancement Standards. There are fourteen standards that the WEMP must comply with. The SNC's WEMP complies with nine of these standards. Three standards need additional discussion and two standards are not applicable. These are listed below by category. WEMP COMPLIES WTTH NERDS DISCUSSION NOT APPLICABLE Building sensitively located Seasonal closure of Watering areas Maintain native vegetation facility during migration preserved Dogs and cats prohibited Noise and lighting minimized Trail closures Retaining walls No fences Construction management Access for Town &DOW Enhances native vegetation Nest sites buffered Nest sites preserved I Yr 4 I Page two SNC WEMP Staff Comments for March 6, 2000 Seasonal Closure of the SNC Facility During Migration, - The SNC WEMP does not mention the option of limiting hours of operation or closing the facility down completely during elk/deer spring and fall migration. It has been determined that the majority of the migration occurs further east (see previous staff&Baharav comments and attached DOW&Pitkin County comments). However, regarding the comments of Kevin Wright, DOW, and Jonathan Lowsky, Pitkin County, if future development occurs on the Guber parcel, the migration corridor may shift back to the west towards the Nature Center site. Staff believes there is an opportunity to undertake proactive joint planning between the Town, Pitkin County, DOW and private landowners that emulates other successful endeavors to preserve this migration corridor such as Droste Ranch, Wildcat Ranch and Brush and Owl Creek Roads. Until permanent strategies are in place to preserve the migration corridor on the Guber parcel, the benefits of protecting the migration corridor under some unknown future condition should be weighed against the costs to the SNC of seasonal versus year-round operation. Fall migration occurs at this location from approximately October 31 —November 30. Spring migration occurs from April 25 —June 20. The Town currently discourages vehicles from using Owl Creek Road during migration from May 1 —June 1 and November 1 —November 30 from 7 p.m. to 6 am. Since the SNC site is adjacent to Owl Creek Road, staff recommends that SNC activities be prohibited during the dates and hours that Owl Creek Road use is restricted during spring and fall migration. Trail Closures—Per Ordinance 6 —94, the Town currently closes the trails in East Village for spring migration from April 25 —June 20 and for fall migration from October 31 — November 30. These specific dates are not listed in the SNC WEMP. and should be added to the final Plan in order to be consistent with Town policies. Construction Schedules—The WEMP proposes to limit construction activities to the hours between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Staff reviewed the policies on adjacent properties to see if the schedule proposed in the SNC WEMP was consistent. Two Creeks and the Pines do not have anv limitations on construction schedules. In the pending WEMP for Seven Star, outside construction would be limited to the hours between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. from November 15 —April 15 in order to limit impacts to elk and deer during their use of transition and winter range habitats. However,there would be no limitations on construction inside the homes daring this period once the structures are enclosed. Based on these other projects. staff recommends that language be added to the WEMP to clarify ii that all construction activity (both inside and outside) be limited to between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. except during the Owl Creek Road closures. During these periods, the beginning time should be moved back to 6 a.m. from 7 a.m. Staff Recommendations: Based on staff's review of the pertinent sections of the Land Use and Development Code, and incorporation of the three recommendations listed above, staff recommends adoption of the enhancement and management measures in the Snowmass Nature Center WEMP. _w Bev COUNCIL COMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 4, 1999 FROM: DAWN KEATING, WILDLIFE SPECIALIST SUBJECT: WILDLIFE IMPACTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER I have reviewed the Snowmass Nature Center's application to amend the East Village PUD in order to allow the Snowmass Nature Center education facility to be built within a 3.201 acre portion of Parcel F, Lot 3, East Village Planned Unit.Development. The following comments analyze the impacts to deer and elk populations in the area of the proposed facility. WILDLIFE HABITAT DESINATION AND USE Lot 3 is within an area designated"Migration Corridor"on the both the Elk and Mule Deer Seasonal Activity Maps of the Comprehensive Plan. These maps have been incorporated into the Land Use and Development Code, Section 16A-4-20(c) as a way to depict the locations of sensitive wildlife areas within and adjacent to the Town limits. Lot 3 is not within any other sensitive wildlife habitat types. Section 16A-4-20(c) (2) of the Land Use and Development Code instructs that all areas designated as wildlife sensitive habitat be verified on the ground due to the dynamic nature of wildlife movements.Upon my field study of Lot 3 and my field observations over the past four years. I conclude that the proposed location of the Snowmass Nature Center is not within the current migration corridor. Further, I conclude that the proposed location will not contribute additional negative impacts to the migration corridor's viability. Attached letters from Randy Cote. CDOW, and Dr. Dan Baharav, Baharav Environmental Consulting, concur with these conclusions. These conclusions are based on the following reasons: 1. Use of the migration corridor by the deer and elk has shifted to the other side of Glendale Divide because of Mandalay Ranch's fences,noises associated with the Town Maintenance Facility, construction in the Pines Subdivision, a new guard rail on Owl Creek Road, and three new trails. Also, in the past eight years, traffic on Owl Creek Road has doubled. The shift to the east is also the result of topography: it is less steep for the animals to travel past the top of Glendale Divide than it is across Lot 3. These changed conditions in the field have thus shifted the corridor. 00W C SNC Memo to Town Council 10/4/99 Dawn Keating 2. The location of the Snowmass Nature Center will not add additional negative impacts to the migration corridor because of the "Zone of Influence". This zone is an area that deer and elk will avoid due to human disturbance of their habitat. Although, scientific literature gives a range of areas that animals will avoid depending on the type of building or disturbance, generally a %a mile area around buildings, roads, trails etc. is the area that is lost. The attached color photo shows that the location of the Snowmass Nature Center is within the existing ''/,mile Zone of Influence created by the human activities and building described in#1 above. However, in order to ensure that the Zone of Influence is not expanded by the location and activities at the Snowmass Nature Center, staff recommends that the applicant prepare a Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan for review and approval by staff and Council that includes the following: • adherence to existing seasonal trail closure programs • night lighting plan that is wildlife compatible • prohibition of dogs at facility, including in any future employee housing • restoration of the former pasture with native vegetation, and removal and control of invasive weeds • prohibition of fencing • protection of large aspen trees during construction with fencing • bear-proof trash containers • a wildlife compatible construction schedule • annual monitoring and reports to Town Council for 5 years after completion of building to gauge effectiveness of the Wildlife Plan • compliance and compatibility with the existing East Village WEMP ADDITIONAL TSSUES 1. Landscaping—The Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan for East Village requires the planting of 5 Blue spruce, 8 aspens, 30 willows and 5 chokecherries. Snowmass Land Company has delayed planting this vegetation until the Snowmass Nature Center application was decided upon. Staff recommends that this landscaping obligation still be fulfilled, but that the trees and shrubs that are planted be of a greater mix in order to enhance the existing aspen ecosystem and wildlife values. 2 OOM 8 6 SNC Memo to Town Council 10/4/99 Dawn Keating 2. Two Creeks and the Pines Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan— in the current WEMP, there are three management zones(A- C), each with a different set of goals and restrictions. The WENT designates Lot 3 as being within"Management Zone A". This zone is the most restrictive and prohibits development within it. Staff recommends that, given the proposed development in Lot 3,the 3.201 acres for the Snowmass Nature Center be changed to Management Zone B versus Management Zone C. Management Zone B is less restrictive than A,but more restrictive than Management Zone C. Management Zone B requires maximum forest retention and erosion control during construction, and no physical improvements outside the building envelope. 3. Wetlands—there are no mapped wetlands on Lot 3. The East Village WENT initially recommended part of this Lot for a wetland restoration project. However, in 1997, the SLC biologist determined that expanding Pond I and J above Gracie's Cabin would have greater gains for wildlife. Staff concurred with this recommendation and so this wetland project(d) was abandoned. However, the landscaping component of this wetland project was kept(see#1, Landscaping above). RECOMMENDATIONS Staff does not believe that this project is in wildlife sensitive areas or that it will contribute additional impacts to wildlife, and therefore approves of the location of the Snowmass Nature Center. V icrosort H:dkeaung Snow Nature Center Council Commique Oct 1999 3 _ g7 - STATE OF COLORADO Bill Owens,Governor DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF WILDLIFE oNOF , AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER John W.Mumma, Director 6060 Broadway life— Denver, Colorado 80216 For For Wildlife le Telephone:(303) 297.1192 p 2-15-00 Town of Snowiness Village REiDEIVED P.O.Box 5010 Snowiness Village,CO 81615 FEB -17 2000 RE: Snowmass Nature Center Snowmass Village Dear Mr.Conrad Building &Planning The manure center site lies within a mapped elk and mule deer migration corridor,is adjacent to elk production area to the south,and lies adjacent to elk winter range,winter concentration area,and severe winter range across Owl Creek Road on the Droste ridge. Currently,the majority of the elk and deer migration occurs on the east side of Glendale Divide. This shift in the migration route over time has probably occurred due to the amount of disturbance and activity associated with the east village,including construction of homes in The Pines and Two Creeks. The site is a highly disturbed site located immediately adjacent to Owl Creek Road and trailhead for the various trails above the site However,some elk still utilize the area and pass across the site. If current conditions of the area surrounding the site remain,I concur with Randy Cote that the site is far enough removed from the corridor to have no additional or minimal impact. Elk and mule deer will still continue to utilize the corridor east of the divide. Construction of the center will encroach into the west end of the corridor,expanding the zone of influence eastward into an area set aside for open space and wildlife. What happens in the future to the current am used for migration east of the divide may be questionable. This area lies within property owned by Guber and Sinclair. What is the development potential of these two parcels and how would this future development effect the migration? In speaking with Lance Clark and Cindy Houben from Pitkin County, the Guber parcel could potentially have 1-home/10 acres. However,that is unlikely and a more likely scenario would be 1-homet35 acres. If this would happen,home placement would become critical to ensure the integrity of the migration comdoc If the development would occur,what would happen to the migration corridor? Would it be shifted more toward the divide and possibly to the west of the divide where the center would be encroaching?After build-out of The Pines and Two Creeks,construction noise and disturbance will be minimizntn on that side of the corridor. Depending upon the development plan for the east side of the divide and the amount of disturbance and activity associated with it elk will probably be able to fund their way through Although the corridor may be much more confined than before. If the Town wishes to consider the impacts of potential future development of the Guber and Sinclair parcels,then the Town may wish to consider an alternative site for the center. If the Town maintains the current site,the following recommendations will help to minimize impacts to wildlife: 1. no dogs or fences 2. revegelate all disturbed sites with native grass and f rrbs,with a weed control program 3. all trash be kept in approved bear proof garbage containers 3. maintain and enforce the traill closure and restrictions above the cemer 5. modify the vegetation plan outlined in the application. Since the site does not contain say wetlands,I question the planting of willow. Also,blue spruce are not common for the area I would recommend planting mom clumps of aspen,englemann spruce,and more native shrubs such as serviceberry,currant,snowbetry,bitterbr sh,etc. Also,more plantings on the east side of the building to help screen noise,activity,and disturbance. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Greg Watcher, Executive Director WILDLIFE COMMISSION,Chuck Lewis.Chairman.Mark Le Valley,Vice Chairman.Bernard L.Black,Jr.,Secretary Members, Rich Enstrom.Marianna Raftopoutos.Arnold Salazar.Robs"S n e_ker..Philip James 6. If the town is going to monitor the success of the wildlife plan,center personnel could do this and use it as an educational experience for themselves and the public. The Colorado Division of Wildlife supports the nature center concept and believes it will be a great value to the residents and general public. We will provide any assistance that cue can. Sincerel c Kevin Wright District Wil ' Wmager Colorado Divisl6n of Wildlife am, �g S, PITKIN COUNTY WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT February 24,2000 Chris Conrad Senior Planner TOSV P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Mr. Conrad: The proposed Snowmass Nature Center lies in an area that was vital to the local elk herds until encroaching development reduced the habitat quality by increasing human activity. The TOSV side of Sinclair Divide was historically (that is, as recently as 10.15 years ago) used by elk for migration and calving. Currently, elk continue to use the area for those purposes but to a lesser degree with calving activity being negatively affected.the most. The proposed development site is in close proximity to active winter range, winter concentration, and severe winter range. Elk continue to migrate to and from the Willow Creek drainage across the Buttermilk Bowls area and the Guber, Hines, and Sinclair properties across the TOSV side of Sinclair and over 7-Star to the Brush Creek drainage. By far, the majority of the herd moves across Peter Gubei s property to Owl Creek Ranch and over Peter Droste's property,yet,some still utilize the west side of the Divide. Given the current surrounding land uses, the construction of a nature center and associated human activity would probably not have a tremendous impact on the migration patterns or calving activity of the local herd. We do not, however, live in a static world. When evaluating the impacts of development on wildlife we must, unfortunately, assume the worst case scenario. That scenario would involve complete build-out of the Guber and Sinclair properties combined with the completion of The Pines and Two Creeks developments. Although animal movements are somewhat unpredictable, the scenario described above would likely cause some, if not many, of the animals currently migrating across the Guber property to shift across the Divide to the narrow corridor that remains undeveloped between the Sinclair property and The Pines across the road to 7-Star and the Droste property. I do believe that a nature center in Snowmass Village similar to ACES is a great idea and would tremendously benefit wildlife via education. It seems, however, somewhat contradictory to build a nature center where it could threaten the integrity of important wildlife habitat. When one considers development it is often the change in human activity in an area that is significant to wildlife rather than the actual structures. If the Town chooses to approve the Nature Center I have the following recommendations to minimize the impacts to wildlife: 76 SERVICE CENTER ROAD • ASPEN, CO • 91611 PHONE: 970/970.5395 • FAX: 970/970.5374 E-MAIL: JONATHANQCO.PITXIN.CO.US Q I -2 - March 2,2000 1. Pull the building envelope away from the edge of the adjacent aspen stand. 2. Build the Center such that it is tucked up against the hillside above the proposed building envelope. 3. Establish seasonal closures during the peaks of the elk migration period. These closures should be from dusk to dawn October 1 -November 30 and from May 15 -June 30. 4. Use only native plants in all landscaping. 5. Create a weed management plan in accordance with the Pitkin County Weed Management Plan adopted by the Town. 6. Prohibit dogs on the property. 7. Use bear proof trash containers. S. Prohibit all fences on the property. If you have any questions, please call me at 920.5395. Sincerely, Jonathan Lowsky,M.S. Wildlife Biologist I EXHIBIT C (From Town Council Ordinance No. 12,Series of 1999) The zoning and land use parameters (Limitations) for the Nature Center: Uses permitted within Lot 3 subject to Special Review pursuant to Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code: • Environmental Educational Facility and associated uses. • Associated Parking for Nature Center. • Incidental retail, food and beverage service and sales. • Accessory office/administrative use. • Educational interpretive signs • Snowmass Nature Center identification sign • Outdoor lecture area. • Picnic tables, sitting benches, campfire ring and associated facilities. Majors Structure permitted: One(1) Educational Facility for use as Nature Center. Maximum allowed square footage(FAR): 2,800 s.f. Maximum allowed building height: 28 R. Maximum allowed parking spaces: 14 Maximum size of identification sign: 12 s.f. Maximum number of identification signs: I Maximum number of interpretive signs: 12 1.2 Page 1 of 1 Chris Conrad From: Jonathan Lowsky<jonathan @ci.aspen.co.us> To: Dawn Keating <dkeating @tosv.com>; <cconrad@tosv.com> Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2000 2:31 PM Subject: RE: nature center Dear Dawn and Chris, Let me begin by saying that my primary recommendation is to locate the Nature Center to an area less important to wildlife. If the Council decides to approve the proposed location I have the following recommendations above and beyond my letter dated February 24,2000: 1. Restore the entire property to native vegetation that will serve to screen human activity from the aspen stand. 2. Require seasonal closures as follows: Elk Migration-All activity and/or use, Dusk to dawn,April 15th-May 15th and October 15th-November 15th Elk Calving and Songbird breeding season-Trail closure,24 hours/day,May 15th-June 30th 3. A weed management plan should be submitted to the Pitkin County Weed Board for approval as per the Pitkin CountyrrOSV Weed Management Plan adopted by the TOSV Council. Jonathan Lowsky Pitkin County Wildlife Biologist OWN �� 04/14/2000 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: April 17, 2000 (Continued from March 20, 2000) TIME: During a meeting, which begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To Receive Public Comment on an Amendment to the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. CODE: The proposal would create a new Section 16A-1-55 that would allow for an optional submission of a Pre-Sketch plan prior to the Sketch plan process. INFO: Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Community Development Department or by phone at(970) 923-5524 during normal business hours. Written comments may be submitted up to one week prior to the public hearing to the following address: Snowmass Village Community Development Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Art: Victoria Giannola Re: Conceptual plan Printed in the Snowmass Sun on 1 March 2000 Continuation Posted and Published in the Snowmass Village Sun on 03- 29-2000 - 9 �'� COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 at 3:00 PM in a Regular Meeting Presented By: Victoria Giannola, Planning Director Subject: Public Hearing and Second Reading of Ordinance No. 09, Series of 2000 — to receive public comment and to hold a Second Reading on an Ordinance amending the provisions of 16A of the Land Use and Development Code which creates a Pre-Sketch Plan procedure in the Municipal Code. Overview: 1.) Town Council held a first reading of Ordinance No. 09 on 1. Background March 6th of 2000. 2. Issues 3. Alternatives 2•) The Planning Commission reviewed the Pre-Sketch Plan language on April Vh of 2000 and recommended adoption with amendments, by way of Resolution No. 08, prior to proceeding to the Second Reading. The amendments call for a Joint Meeting with both the Town Council and the Planning Commission when reviewing an applicant's Pre- Sketch Plan submittal. 3.) The Town Council and the Planning Commission discussed the recommended amendments during a Joint Meeting held on April the 1 dh, at which time there was unanimous approval to incorporate the amendments into the proposed language for the Pre-Sketch Plan process. Recommendation: Adoption of Ordinance No. 09, Series of 2000, which contains the agreed upon amendments. _ 1 s- TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 09 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF 16A TO CREATE A PRE-SKETCH PLAN PROCEDURE IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE. WHEREAS, amendments to Chapter 16A contained in this Ordinance are being processed under the provisions of Section 5-210.C.7 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council directed the Planning Staff to propose amendments to Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code, and to prepare this Ordinance to formalize the amendments; and WHEREAS, the Town Council referred the amendments to the Planning Commission after first reading for comment; and WHEREAS, the Town Council reviewed the recommendations of the Planning Commission meeting held on April 5, 2000; and WHEREAS, notice of a Public Hearing to be held on March 20, 2000 was published in the Snowmass Sun, in accordance with the provisions of Sections 5-60 B.1. and 5-210 C.6. of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, Town Council continued the hearing to 17 April 2000. WHEREAS, the Town Council received comment from the public at the Public Hearing held in accordance with the provisions of Section 5-210 C.6. of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has considered the application, all relevant support materials, the report of the Town Staff, the Planning Commission recommendations, and public testimony given at the Public Hearing; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this Ordinance complies with the provisions of Section 5-210 E. of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the procedure and requirements set forth in Section 5-210 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code have been satisfied; and Ordinance No. 09, Series of 2000 Page 2 WHEREAS, as to the provisions of this Ordinance that do not amend Chapter 16A, the Town Council has reviewed the provisions and has received the recommendation of the Town Staff and comments from the public; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety, and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Amendment to Article I. Section 16A-1-55 General Provisions of the Municipal Code is hereby created, as follows: Sec. 16A-1-55 Pre-Sketch Plan (a) Purpose.The Town Council is authorized to conduct sessions to provide an opportunity for informal discussion among developers, public officials, and the public on various issues relating to the use of land in the Town and the relationship of its use to the overall operation and economic stability of the Town. (1) Allow discussion. The sessions are for the purpose of discussion and education and are not intended to result in any formal action or decision- making. Under no circumstances can the Planning Commission or Town Council be estopped to deny approval of any development proposals, or other matter for which approval is required pursuant to the provisions of this Chapter, because of the participation of members of the Planning Commission and/or Town Council in such sessions. (b) Pre-Sketch Plan review procedure. The Pre-Sketch Plan process is an optional step prior to the submission of a sketch plan. The process is a joint planning effort with the applicant and the Town Council and Planning Commission. The Town Council and the Planning Commission shall hold a joint meeting on the Pre-Sketch plan. The Town Council and the Planning Commission's participation in the process is informal and non-binding. 07 opw Ordinance No. 09, Series of 2000 Page 3 (1) Steps in the Pre-Sketch Plan process. An applicant may utilize the Pre-Sketch Plan process more than once for a single site proposal. No prioritizing or entitlements for the proposed project would occur as a result of going through this process. (2) Submission of an application. The applicant shall submit a pre-sketch plan and narrative as an application to the Community Development department at least two weeks prior to a scheduled Town Council meeting. Applications will be scheduled before the Town Council subject to available time during a work session. (i) The applicant shall include in the application the name of all property owners. (ii) The application shall include a plan displaying the existing improvements, as well as the pre-sketch development proposal, for the entire property. (iii) The applicant shall submit a narrative describing the proposed uses and activities. (iv) If the applicant is not the owner of the subject property, then the applicant shall include either evidence that the property is under contract or a letter containing the written consent of the landowner to the submission of the pre-sketch plan application. (v) No public notification is required of the applicant; however, the Town will notice the item in a newspaper of general circulation in the area. (3) Public meeting. A complete copy of the application shall be forwarded to the Town Council and the Planning Commission. The application shall be scheduled for a public meeting to present the initial proposal to Town Council and the Planning Commission. Town Council shall schedule the discussion during a Work Session at their discretion. - 98 - Ordinance No. 09, Series of 2000 Page 4 (4) Town Council and Planning Commission comments. Town Council and the Planning Commission shall comment on the proposal and such comments shall be reflected in the minutes of the public meeting. (5) Modified proposals submitted in response to Town comments. Re- submission of proposals shall be scheduled at the next available Town Council Work Session or after two weeks following the Community Development Department's receipt of a revised application, at the discretion of Town Council. Section 16A-2-20. Definitions. The following term shall be included in the Definitions section of the Land Use and Development Code to have the following meaning when used in the Code Pre-Sketch Plan means a narrative and plan proposal submitted to the Town for non-binding comment prior to the submission of a Sketch Plan. 3. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on March 6, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member Hatfield, the second of Council Member Mercatoris, and upon a vote of 4 in favor and 0 against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on April 17, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and_ against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor - 99 Ordinance No. 09, Series of 2000 Page 5 ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk wow � aQ a00v TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: MONDAY, APRIL 17 , 2000 WHERE: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KEARNS ROAD 2ND FLOOR SNOWMASS CENTER BUILDING WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE RESOLUTION NO. 17, SERIES OF 2000, APPROVING A MINOR AMENDMENT TO THE FOX RUN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT TO ALLOW AN INCREASE IN THE MAXIMUM FLOOR AREA OF HOMES . TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 9 : 00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: 923-3777 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on 03-08-2000 http: //www. tosv. com clerk @tosv. com CORRECTION NOTICE THE MINOR AMENDMENT TO THE FOX RUN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, BEING THE SUBJECT OF RESOLUTION NO. 179 SERIES OF 20009 AS ADVERTISED ABOVE, NEEDS TO BE PROCESSED AS AN ORDINANCE. THEREFORE, THIS ITEM IS NOW SCHEDULED FOR CONSIDERATION AS: ORDINANCE NO. 21, SERIES OF 20009 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE FOX RUN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT TO CREATE ADDITIONAL CALCULABLE FLOOR AREA BY INCREASING THE FLOOR AREA RATIO AS REQUESTED BY THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION. COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 17, 2000 5:00 P.M. Regular Meeting Presented By: Victoria Giannola, Planning Director Subject: Public Hearing and action on Ordinance 21, Series of 2000—a request for a Minor Amendment to the Fox Run Planned Unit Development to allow an increase in the floor area ratio of homes. Overview: (1) The Fox Run Planned Unit Development (formerly Sinclair 1. Background Mesa Subdivision) was approved by the Town of Snowmass 2. Issues Village in 1985. The Fox Run Homeowners Association submitted a request for a Minor PUD Amendment to allow 3. Alternatives an increase in the Floor Area Ratio in the summer of 1999: The Town Council of Snowmass Village denied this application. Since that time, The Fox Run Homeowners Association, on behalf of the Fox Run development, has resubmitted a second application for a Minor Amendment to the Fox Run Planned Unit Development (PUD) to allow an increase in the Floor Area Ratio for the subdivision. (2) Since the Town of Snowmass Village Planning Commission recommended approval of the application submitted in the summer of 1999, the applicant has chosen to resubmit the application in an effort to demonstrate that the concerns raised by Council would be addressed in this most recent submission. (3) Although the Planning Commission has again recommended conditional approval with this most recent submission, the staff of the Planning Division recommends denial based on lack of compliance with Section 16A-5- 300(c)(6) of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. This section of the Code requires the provision of community benefits when proposing a variation in a dimensional limitation within a PUD regarding maximum allowable floor area. Recommendation: Denial of Ordinance No 21, Series of 2000. TOWN COUNCIL STAFF REPORT MEETING DATE: April 171" of 2000 STAFFF REPORT BY: Victoria Giannola SUBJECT: Resolution No.17 and Ordinance No. 21 — Proposed Fox Run Minor PUD Amendment to increase the allowable Floor Area Ratio. HISTORY: The Fox Run Planned Unit Development (formerly Sinclair Mesa Subdivision) was approved by the Town of Snowmass Village in 1985. See Figure 1, Ordinance No. 4 Series of 1985. The Fox Run Homeowners Association submitted a similar request for a Minor PUD Amendment to allow an increase in the Floor Area Ratio in the summer of 1999. This application, although approved by the Town of Snowmass Village Planning Commission, was denied by the Town Council of Snowmass Village. Since that time, the applicant has chosen to resubmit the application in an effort to demonstrate that the concerns raised by Council would be addressed in this most recent submission. See Figure 2, including Memorandum of July 2, 1999. OVERVIEW: The Fox Run Homeowners Association, on behalf of the Fox Run development, has applied for a Minor Amendment to the Fox Run Planned Unit Development (PUD) to allow an increase in the Floor Area Ratio for the subdivision. See Figure2, Application Submission. The applicant is proposing to allow an increase in the calculable floor area of 16 lots from 4,500 square feet to 5,000 square feet, and an increase in the calculable floor area of 9 lots from 5,000 square feet to 5,500 square feet, for a total proposed increase in calculable floor area of 12,500 square feet. The applicant argues that a comparison of the Fox Run PUD with other Town of Snowmass Village developments (see Exhibit C of the application submission) reveals a higher ratio of open space to allowable calculable floor area within Fox Run; and that this ratio would still remain despite the requested increase in square footage. The Town Council is reminded that the Town of Snowmass Village recently passed a Floor Area Excise Tax that would allow most single family homes to increase their allowable calculable square footage by 10% of the existing Floor Area up to a limit of 550 square feet for a fee (which would be directed to fund affordable housing); and that this Excise Tax lists Fox Run as one of the subdivisions for which this provision would be available. The applicant also argues that the intent of PUDs is to allow for flexibility. Staff notes that this flexibility is afforded during the initial proposal stage for site design; and that flexibility to propose future amendments is not the intent of PUDs. Additionally, the applicant argues that the initial Town review of the Fox Run PUD submission was not afforded the benefits of future submissions of PUDs under Town review. Staff notes that subsequent and current PUD applications have been subject to adherence to updated and changed Town Code; and that if the applicant chooses to put forth this argument, the Fox Run PUD should be re-reviewed under the current Town Code. _ �0 3 Section 16A-5-390(2)b.4 states that " an applicant proposing to amend a PUD approved prior to the effective date of this Development Code shall, as a part of the application, propose any other amendments that are necessary to make the PUD conform with the provisions of this Division 3, Planned Unit Development. The applicant further addresses the Town Council's initial concerns with the first submission of this application in 1999 regarding Town finance and Town service impacts, as well as visual impacts. The applicant contends that there will be no financial and service impacts to the Town since the PUD provides the majority of services, such as road and trash. In addition, the applicant contends that the visual impacts will be minimal and will adhere to the current Town Code standards. Public Noticing: Notice was posted in the Snowmass Sun on the 9`" of February 2000 for the Planning Commission Meeting of March the 1° 2000. Public noticing, as required for the Public Hearing before the Town Council, was posted in the Snowmass Sun on the 91h of March 2000. See Figure 3, Snowmass Village Planning Commission Public Meeting, and Town Council Public Hearing. Code Section: Section 16A-5-390 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code allows for minor amendments to PUDs if the application meets all of the following procedures and standards: 1. Preapplicadon Conference: The applicant's consultant attended a mandatory pre- application conference on 14 December 1999. 2. Submission of Application: The applicant submitted a complete application on 10 January 2000. 3. Staff Review: The staff of the Planning Division completed its review on 25 January 2000. 4. Action by Planning Commission: The application was scheduled for a public meeting before the Planning Commission on the 1 st of March 2000 at 4:00 P.M. The Planning Commission received a copy of the application and the staff review, and recommended conditional approval by way of Resolution No. 6. See Figure 4, Snowmass Village Planning Commission Resolution No. 06 Series of 2000. 5. Public Hearing: A public hearing before the Town Council has been scheduled for 17 April 2000 after 5:00 P.M.. 6. Recording of an Amended Plan: The applicant will be required to file the amended plan and documentation for recording pending Town Council rendering a favorable decision on the application. 7. Review Standards: As follows: a. Consistent with the Original PUD: In order for the proposed PUD Amendment to be approved, the proposal must be found to be consistent with the original PUD. The applicant argues that the proposal to increase the allowable calculable floor area within the individual building envelopes of each of the 25 approved lots would be consistent with the intent of the original PUD. However, the applicant's argument that this proposal would enhance the PUD, as it would maximize the homeowners' property rights, must be addressed as d is not the role or duty of government to enhance the property rights of an individual, but rather to protect the general public's welfare. b. No substantially Adverse Impact: In order for the proposed PUD Amendment to be approved, the proposed amendment must demonstrate that it will not have a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood surrounding the land where the amendment is proposed, or that it will not have a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting on, or across the street from, the subject property. The applicant argues that the nature of the Fox Run development will not result in substantially adverse impacts to surrounding neighborhoods either during or following construction. The Fox Run development borders on two sides neighboring subdivisions, which may be impacted by an increase in home sizes within Fox Run. The public hearing before Town Council requires the noticing of property owners adjacent and within 300 feet of the Fox Run development. Therefore, the public will be notified and have an opportunity to voice concerns before Town Council during the Hearing. C. No Change in Character. In order for the proposed PUD Amendment to be approved, the amendment must demonstrate that it will not change the basic character of the PUD or surrounding areas. The applicant argues that the proposed increase in calculable floor area will not result in a decrease in the lot sizes or the open space. No new uses are proposed other than an expansion of an existing use within the PUD. d. Comply with Other Applicable Standards: The proposed application submittal complies with all of the standards as contained within Section 16A-5-390. NEXT STEP: The Planning Commission has made a recommendation through Resolution to the Town Council who will render a final decision through Resolution and Ordinance based upon the recommendation of the Commission, a review of the staff report, a review of the application submittal, comments from the applicant. and comments from the public. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: In accordance with Section 16A-5-300(c)(6), an applicant proposing a variation in a dimensional limitation within a PUD regarding maximum allowable floor area must demonstrate a community benefit in return for the Town granting such a request. Such community benefits include either the provision for restricted housing; the encouragement of sustainable development(i.e. mix of uses); the provision of open space and/or wildlife habitat the encouragement of better design (to promote more efficient land use patterns and increased open space); or the development of necessary public facilities. _ �QS . This proposed application for an increase in the maximum allowable floor area does not include any Provisions for community benefits, and as such should be denied. The Planning Division of the Community Development Department recommends that the Planning Commission put forth a recommendation of denial based upon lack of compliance with Section 16A-5-300(c)(6) of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. In addition, the following items have been found to be deficient as listed below. (1) Lack of submittal of a legal description of the subject property. (2) Lack of supply of a disclosure of ownership certificate from a title insurance company, which shall include the names of all property owners. FIGURE 1 _ v m sr ^ m m TOWN OF SMOWI4ASS ;:L-ASE 7014N C-,uNC:L m ORDINANCE SC. SERIES CF _oac AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE STAGE :: P.U.D. PLAN (LAND LEE PLAN% AND GROSS PARCEL PLAT FOR SINCLAIR MESA SUBDIVISION. WHEREAS, the Town Council approved an application for Stage I P.U.C. conceptual review for Sinclair Mesa Subdivision in Town Council Pesolution No. E5, Series of 1984; and WHEREAS, The Snowmass Comnanv, a Colorado :pint venture 'the "Applicant has applied for review of the Stage i. =.U.O. Plan and Gross Parcel ?'at for Sinclair Mesa Subdivision and has submitted 'he requirea documentation in support 'hereof; ana WHEREAS, the =Panning .cmmission e_cmmenoec _:oroval nnriticns c: the Stage .. application as s__ n 7Iannirlg ;.:mnissicr Resolution No. 10, Series cf '9E4; ana WHEREAS, a public nearing has held before the Town Council cn Decemoer 17, 1984, for the curpose c public comment on the application; MOH, THEREFORE, HE ORDAINED by the -own Council of the 'own c. Snowmass 'lillace, Colorado: Sect'.cn One: Pindincs Based upon a review of all evidence submitted at meetings, work sessions and the ouoiic hearire, the Town Council hereby makes the following findincs 4ith rea_ard 'o the Sinclair Mesa Stage :. submission: a. -hat no chances lave been ^ace ' She vroccsea Sinclair Mesa -lanneo 'Unit `_aveicorert 'the ^ciect"` as acorcveo at Stage : and no new in omatior. ^as peen soomitteo .r c`sccverea, ,micn would maKe 'ne c.bject now incdrsistenz with :he Master "an. o. "hat the -"o;ect, as described 'n -. c "ace " submission documents, 's in confomance ' 4th 'ne '_ana Cse Evaluation Standards set `.rth in Section '.- S.a. of the Land Use Code of the Town c` Snowmass llage. :cloraco 'the "Lode"l; tr,e objectives of the plannec unit cevelooment; and any other . applicable reeulations c.. the Town not soecif'cally subject t. variations t 'ne Code. c. `hat the Aaolicar.t has submitted All of the !nfomation ar,d items require^_ ty Section E.5.6.b. of the Code (submission data requirements` ana has comol?ed with the 7roceaural requirements of the Cece applicable :, ,his sucmission. J. -hat the Gross Parcel Plat of Sinclair Mesa Subdivision, a coov :f which As atzcned here[. As Exhibit - tae Dross Parcel Plat"`, conforms with the requirements of Section ..5.4.f, of the Code. e. -hat the Applicant "as sati.sfactc lv complied ,.ith -he conditions 'roosec as :art the -taae : _oproval 'n Town Council Resolution t:o. 55, Series cc :994. wow /Q 7 own czt �• 7re4nanta , Page Ser-'• _o: Conditional Aoprcval -he ._ge P.J.D. "an iLand :'an. `:r Sinclair "esa Subdivision, the legal descr•ietion anic. 's attatr.ea hereto as Exhibit "S", is heresy aoorovea suoject to the followina :ems arc conditions: a. That the Final Lana Use Plan consistino of this Ordinance together with the Sinclair Mesa Land Use Flan Map, in the form submitted, amended and approved during the Stage :: review process, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit "C" shall, following recording thereof in accordance with Section 2.6.7.c.(6) of the Code, establish the uses by right and limitations on use applicable to the property described therein and shall confer upon the owner of all or a portion of such property, or the owner's permitee or designee, those rights, restrictions and obligations granted and described in Section 2.6.7.c. of the Code. Subject to Section 3 of this Ordinance, amendments to the Final Lane Use Plan snail be undertaken and considered in accordance with the applicable substantive and procedural provisions -of the Code. b. 'hat the Applicant :hall provide :uoust, :9e5, a supplementary rector? the -own :auw l `±r its r=view to verify the hydrogeolocic model utilizea in the November 8, 1984 Chen E Associates' report. The approval of Lots 20 through 2S is conditionea on verification of the f'.ndinas of the original report and that the intent of the Master Plan reaardino the mitigation of groundwater constrains be met. 'Within twenty-one (211 days of the receipt by the Planning Office of the supplementary report, the :own Council shall decide by resolution whether the supplementary report verifies the original report and whether the intent of the Master Plan regarding the mitigation of groundwater constraints has been met. 'he failure of the Town Council to make a decision within the twenty-one (21) day time period shall be deemed an approval of Lots 20 throuch ?S. If the Town Council determines that a supplementary report with respect tc a particular lot does not verify the November B. 11984 Chen G Associates' report and also determines that the intent of the Master Plan regarding the mitigation of groundwater constraints on that lot has rot been met, -hen that lot shall not to used for a single-family dwell'no unit, tut ro amendment tr the Sinclair Mesa Lang Use Plan Ma; snail be required. C. -hat prior to any building ccnstrueticn on Lots I: i4, :S or 17, which will penetrate bedrocx, the owner of that lot snail submit, with the owner's appiication for a building permit `or the construction of a building on the lot, a plan detailing the foundations and site drainage methods to be used. - d. That the Applicant shall , in the final subdivision plat for the Project, grant a non-exclusive access easement to the -cwn over and across the private access roadway, the approximate location of which is shown on Exhibit "0" attached hereto, for use by the Town for public emergency vehicles ana personnel and in the fallowing public emergencies: (1) in the event of a temporary closure of Faraway F.oad resulting from construction Or any Othlr tame: (2) in the event there is significant snowfall that necessitates more than one access out of P,idoe %un Unit IV, according to the recorded piat thereof; anC (3) for the purpose of relievine traffic at the intersection _ of Brush Creek POad and Faraway Poad, which conaestion is caused by a temporary ana unusual sittlation. AS +�► :roinance , :CeS %age 3 e. -hat the -'W icant shall execute the eveiooment :coact Agreement, attache- hereto as Exhibit "4', wnich will liticate :he fiscal imdaci tc Owl CreeK Road resuit:ng °rem Aooiicant's construction activities for the Project. 'hat the Valley `.iew :rive intersection shall be inorovee 4n accordance with the standards oescribed or Exhibit attached hereto. Section Three: Cross Parcel Plat The Gross Parcel Flat 's hereby approved. -tie Gross Parcel Plat shall be subject to and limited ih effect by the provisions of Section 2.6.4.f, of the Code. Any amendment of the Gross Parcel Plat shall be accomplished in conformance with the requirements of Section 3.11. Of the Code. Section Four: Waiver of Stage III submission requirements The following Stage III submission requirements for the Project, as contained in Section --. ,.6.c. of the Code, are herebv waived: architectural plans (Section 2.5.6.-.(2); -;earl no, grading and drainage reports relatinc oniv to incividuai tots within the Project (Section 27.6.6.-.;5); =rarsoortation -.anadement :ian 'Section 2.6.6.-.0); air euality report ;Section _'.5.6.c.(E)(c` throuon Section 2.6.6.-.(8)(1); site characteristics plan relating to parking .facilities, contours and lanescapind related to individual building sites, specific dimension and locations of buildings, aspects of an irrigation plan relating to specific lots within the Project and public transoortation facilities 'Section 2.5.6.-.(9); and energy conservation :ian (Section 2,6.6.-.(:0). Section Five: The Mavor and the Town :'.erk are hereby authorized to execute the Sinclair Mesa Land Use plan Map, the Development impact Agreement and the Gross Parcel Plat hereby approved. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on first reading :, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, =aloraoo, on this 21st :ay 0f anuary, 1965, by a vote of A to Councilmen HdoKer and Wall .opposed. :;ITRODUCED, READ 1.80 . COPT" on second -easing :y the -own Council of The -cwn of Srowmass :'illace, :olorado to this -" _ay d. °ebruary, :985, by a vote of 1 to _ Counc :-emoers =rancis, .-poker and 'Wall ::ere opposed. TOWN CF SNNOOWMM,ASSSS '.:LLAG'c, COLORADO - By �\ 'T� �errerson ppet•, 'ayor ATTEST,: Susan Carrlson, sown l..erK swa a s GROSS a AL PLAT SINCLAIR MESA SUBDIVISION A SUBDIVISION OF A PANT Of SECTION 6.VIA R85W Of THE GIN P.K TOWN Of SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COUNTY Of PIT6N1, STATE Of COI ORA00. 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DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS (PROPERTY); COMIENCING AT CORNER NO. 4 OF SAID GOVERNMENT TRACT 30 FROM WHICH CORNER NO. 3 OF SAID GO"' WT TRACT 18 SEARS 119'59'16'W, 3963.16 FEET, THENCE S06'52'48'E, 291.50 FEET TO THE TRUE POIMT OF BEGINNING; THENCE M16'00'OO'E, 287,85 FEET; THENCE N20'33'00'E, 341.00 FEET; THENCE N01'S3'00'W, 420.00 FEET; THENCE N20'1S'00'W, 277.53 FEET; THENCE NORTHEASTERLY, 711.93 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE C3uCAVE : 'ME NORTHWEST TO A POINT TANGENT, SAID ARC HAYING A RADIUS OF 315.00 FEET. A DELTA ANGLE OF 129129'38' AND SC1N; SUSTENDED IT A CHORD THAT BEARS N66'44'SO'E. 569.79 FEET; THENCE NO2'00'00'E, 153.93 FEET TO A POINT ON A LINE THAT IS 80.00 FEET SOUTHERLY. AS MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES FROM, AND PARALLEL WITH THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF THE SNOWMASS CLUB SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 9 AT PAGE 32 OF THE RECORDS OF PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO; THENCE N88'11'47'W, 60.00 FEET PARALLEL WITH THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID THE SNOWIMSS RUB y SUBDIVISION; THENCE S02'00'00'W, 151.72 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVE TO THE RIGHT; THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY, 581.02 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE TO A POINT TANGENT. SAIU ARC HAVING A RADIUS OF 255.00 FEET, A DELTA ANGLE OF 131'.0'00' AND BEING SUBTENDED BY'A CnONU THAT BEARS S67'30'00'W, 664.08 FEET; THENCE N47'00100'W, 113.02.FEET 70 A POINT OF CURVE 'O THE LEFT; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY. 369.49 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE ': A POINT TANGENT. CA;O ARC HAVING A RADIUS OF 580.00 FEET, A DELTA ANGLE OF 36'30'00' Amu BEING S:BTENDLU BY A CnOP.0 THAT BEARS N65'15'00'W, 361.27 FEET; THENCE N83'30100'W, 92.00 FEET TO A POINT CF CURVE TO THE LEFT; THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY„ 300.61 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF SAID .'RYE TO A POINT TANGENT, :AID ARC HAYING A RADIUS OF 530.00 FEET, A DELTA ANGLE OF 32'37'00' ANU BEING SATENUEO BY THAT BEARS S80'IS'00'W, 296.62 FEET; A CHORD THENCE S64'00.00'W, 100.00 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVE TO THE RIGHT; THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY, 76.79 FEET ALONG THE ARC Of SAID CURVE TO A POINT TANGENT, SAID ARC HAYING A RADIUS OF 220.00 FEET, A DELTA ANGLE OF 20'00'03' AND BEING SUBTENULU BI A CHORD THAT BEARS $74.00'00'W, 76.40 FEET; THENCE S84'00'00'W, 105,00 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVE TO THE LEFT; THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY. 298.92 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURYE, SAID ARC HAYING A RADIUS OF 180.00 FEET, A DELTA ANGLE OF 95'09'00' AND BEING SUBTENDED BY A CHORD THAI BEARS S36'2S'30'W, 265.74 FEET; _. / , ma , Bow -own unc ;rcinance '.o. ?3. Exhibit B. page 2 L1�� ,. THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY. 213.10 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE NORTHWEST •O A POINT TANGENT, SAID ARC HAYING A RADIUS OF 340.00 FEET, A DELTA ANGLE OF 27'15'00• AND BEIN,; SUBTENDED BY A CHORD TWAT BEARS S56'58'30'W, 211.03 FEET; THENCE S70'S1'DO'V, 367.14 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVE 70 THE RIGHT; THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY, 483.72 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE TO THE SOVIMEAST-`RMEN OF OWL CREEK ROAD SEGMENT ,N NIADOW RANCH, A SUBDIVISION RECORDED IN PLAT BOOR 4 AT PAGE 226 OF THE RECORDS OF PITKIY COUNTY, COLORADO, SAID ARC HAYING A RADIUS OF 765.OU FEET, A DELTA ANGLL Cr 76'17'44' AND BEING SUBTENDED By A CHORD THAT BEARS S88'57.52•V, 475.70 FEET; THEMCE S20'D6*11*V, 68.74 FEET TO THE NORTHERLY LINE OF RIDGERUN UNIT ONE, A $UNOIVI$ION RECORDED IN PLAT BOOR 0 AT PAGE 261 OF THE RECORDS OF PIT[IN COUNTY, COLORADO; THENCE S72'12'04'E, 71.97 FEET ALONG THE NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID RIDGERUN UNIT CNL; THENCE S72'17'S4•E, 115.52 FEET ALONG THE NORTHERLY L:NE OF SAID RIDGERUN UNIT CNE TO TML NORTHEAST :CANER THEREOF; THE FOLLOWING COURSE$ AMD OISTANCC$ ARE ALONG THE EASTERLY LINE OF SAID RIDGE,.'. ;v;T :NL; THENCE SOO'44'DI'E, 217.66 FEET; THENCE 578'70'09'E, 60.00 FEET; THENCE S51'29'51'V, 104.99 FEET; THENCE SDB'02'21'V, 162.:1 FEET; THENCE S87'44'24•E, 138.64 FEET; THENCE S06'41'24•E, 177,81 FEET; THENCE N88'I2'21'E, 91.57 FEET TD A POINT OF CURVE TO THE LEF'; THENCE NORTHEASTERLY, 38.61 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE D:XT 'ANGER', 'AID A.E HAYING A RADIUS OF 1100.71 FEET, A DELTA ANGLE OF 2'22'00' ANDSE:NG SUBTENOLO h• A CMOR„ THAT SCARS W86'56'21•E, 48.66 FEET; THENCE N85'40'21'E, 13.69 FEET 'O A POINT OF %RVE 7, THE THENCE C:JTHEA$TERLY, '66.7: FEET ALONG THE ARC CF SAIO CURVE A PTIXT 'ANGC NT, $AiU ARC HAYING A RADIUS CF 221.04 FEET,, A DELTA ANGLE :F 41'ZO'3U' AND :E:NG S.."ENDED BY A CHORD '01 BEARS $7D 19'"<4'[. :67.11 FEET; :HENCE SS2•S9'O9'E, :2,82 FEET TO A POINT CF CJRYE 7 THE LEFT; THENCE SOUIHCASTERLY, 179.01 FEET ALONG THE ARC Zr (AID OJRYE A 03:NT •A NGE N7, :A:U ARC HAYING A RADIUS OF 171.04 FEET. A DELTA ANGLE OF S9'S6'UU' 'NO BEING SOBTENOEU WY A CHORD THAT BEARS 582'58'09'[, 170.95 FEET; THENCE NNI'D2'S1•C, 5.45 FEET TO A POINT OF :;;RYE THE RIGHT; THENCE SOUTHEASTERLY, ;13,64 FEET ALONG 'HE ARC OF SAID CURVE TO A POINT FRuM WMICM THE TRUE POINT OF $(GINNING BEARS M87'37'00•E, SAID ARC HAYING A RADIUS OF 110.00 FEET, A DELTA ANGLE OF 111•S3'11• AND BEING SUBTENDED BY A CHORD THAT BEARS S57•u0'UJ'E. 182.26 FEET; THENCE LEAVING THE EASTERLY L:NE OF SAID RIDGERUN UNIT ONE, 487%,"OU'£, 1176.U1 FEET IO 1M1 TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. / /3 moo .4'c4'r Me"land the, W Man' L•...a.wr.iu.—. ...._. -... .......... w u«si..•wo OMYNN.r /W 11..rr.4«5•.n.w.: imm-V �.._.. ... —_mss�'�..���_..... ......_..- �-= .._.._. ���. I[ - I. M1 [ .•-...... • rte �`n. \ �• ..we• .P... /,! � ..�- � / n..wen•` ;'� Cam:O�x.•. \ ca pbn : - - .� ••-_ («yN: �= map ail ii Exhibit C I ; f Access Easement --� FA i \ iuwn Council - - ~5l ...-• -- I� I/ - I L. i Ordinance No. 4, 1985 CJ Ul Exhibit D AcC-IKKIP M-�15514r �'iiw0,riv Mne � G�d�/l4vl�irlM1 av „nC' pct^a ncz Exhibit = DEVELOPMENT :MPACT 4GREEMENT t This Development Impact Agreement is made this day of February, 1995, between The Snowmass Company, a colorado :oint venture ("Snowmass") , and the Town of Snowmass Village, a Colorado municipal corporation (the "^own") . RECITALS A. The Stage Two PUD Plan for Sinclair Mesa, Sinclair Mesa Subdivision, according to the recorded plat thereof ("Sinclair Mesa"), has been approved by the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council, Ordinance No. i, Series of 1985 ("Ordinance") . B. Construction activities in Sinclair Mesa may result in some damage to portions of the existing Owl Creek Road east of the Anderson Ranch entry drive intersection and west on Owl Creek Road from the High. Line and Owl Creek Road intersection ("Road") . C. In order to repair any damage to the Road resulting from construction activities in Sinclair Mesa, the Town has required the payment by Snowmass of -an amount of money on the terms and conditions set forth herein. In consideration of the mutual covenants set forth herein, Snowy-ass and the Town agree as follows: 1. .payment -arms. Subject to the terms and conditions set forth n this Agreement, Snowmass agrees to pay to the Town 565,600.00 in cash on or before September 1, 1985 ( "Funds") . 2. Use of Funda. The Funds shall only be used by the Town to defray expenses incurred for (a) repair of any damage to the Road resulting from construction activities in Sinclair Mesa and (b) improvement of the Road. 3. Acknowledgement. The Town acknowledges that payment of the Funds by Snowmass pursuant to this Agreement fully satisfies the Town's concerns regarding any adverse impact to the Road as a result of construction activities in Sinclair Mesa and that Snowmass will have no further obligation with respect to Sinclair Mesa to repair o. contribute additional funds for repair of the Road. ' 3. Successors and Assigns. :'he terms and conditions o this Agreement shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the parties and their respective successors and assigns, provided, however, if Snowmass conveys title to Sinclair Mesa to another entity, Snowmass shall be released from its obligations under this Agreement upon an assignment of this Agreement to the transferee and an assumption of the obligations of Snowmass under this Agreement by the transferee. 5. von-re No recourse shall be had for any obligation of Snomass under this Agreement or for any claim with respect to this Agreement against any joint venturer of Snowmass under any rule of law, contractual provision, statute or constitution or otherwise. All such liabilities of the joint venturers of Snowmass are, by the execution of this Agreement by the Town, expressly waived and released /i�, - as a -onditton of, and In consideration f_. , the execution and delivery of this Aareement. ... the event this Agreement is assigned by 5lowmass, -o recourse shall be had for anv o'olieation of the assicnee of Snowmass or for any claim otherwise in respect to this Agreement aaainst the assignee's 'pint venturers or general partners. "othinc contained herein shall constitute a waiver of any obligation of Snowmass, or the assignee of Snowmass, to the Town under this Agreement or shall be taken to prevent recourse to or the enforcement of any rights of the Town as aeainst the assets of Snowmass or the assicnee of Snowmass. 6. Termination of the Agreement. In the event the Ordinance is repealed for any reason, Snowmass and its successors and assigns shall be released from any further liability under this Agreement. Furthermore, in the event the Stage Four (Final ?UD Review) Submission for Sinclair Mesa (which submission is in conformance with the Stage Two and Stage Three approvals) is not approved by the Town Council on or before July 15. 1985 or if that approval is thereafter repealed for any reason, Snowmass and its successors and assigns shall be released from any f•_rther liability under this Agreement. The Snowmass Company, a Colorado joint venture By: 1nowmass Corporation, a Colorado corporation, a ioint venturer 3y: James .. . Chaffin, Jr. , ?resident By: !CA. Ltd. , • Colorado limited partnership, • joint venturer 3y: L and C Development Corporation, a Colorado corporation, as General partner Bv: James Light, ?resident By: •'own of Snowmass Village, a Coloradc unicipal =arporation, 3v: Jefferson Tippett, Mayor Attest: Susan 3arrl9on, 'own Clerx ,� /7 G► '�:inance NO. Z, 1,?85 STATE OF COLORADO _ COUNTY OF t ^ The foregoing instrument was acknowledced before me this day of February, 1985 by James J. Chaffin, Zr. , as President of Snowmass Corporation, a Colorado corporation, as joint venturer of The Snowmass Company, a Colorado joint venture. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Notary Public Addrees: my commission expires: CSEAL] STATE OF COLORADO ) as. COUNTY OF ) The foregoing instrument was acknowleda_ed before me this day of February, 1985 by James W. Light, as President of L and C Development Corporation, a Colorado corporation, as general partner LCA, Ltd., &*Colorado limited partnership, as joint venturer of The Snowmass Company, a Colorado joint venture. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Notary Public Address: Hy commission expires: ;SEAL] -3- . . .nce -XHIBIT Standards for Improvements to the Valle: View Road/North Ridge Lane Intersection . The improvements to Valley View Road and North Ridge Lane shall conform to the standards described below and shall be in accordance with Schedule I attached hereto . 1. The through traffic movement shall be designed for movement from Valley View Road onto the Sinclair Mesa site road. 2. Access to the intersection from North Ridge Lane shall be controlled by a yield sign . 3. The constructed improvements shall not go beyond the right-of-way limits and northwest lot corner of lot 18, Ridgerun Unit 1. 4 . Improvements to Valley View Road should match the western edge of the existing pavement whenever possible. S . Valley View Road is not -required to fall in the center of the recorded right-of-way. 6 . Stacking for one-car lencthwise on the North Ridge Lane leg of the intersection is adequate; however , the width of this leg shall be sufficient to allow 3 car widths across, minimum 281 , maximum 301 . 7. Radii on the North Ridge Lane leg shall be 25' on the west side and 10-15 ' on the east side. The radius on the Sinclair Mesa site road leg. shall be 200 ' minimum and 250' maximum. Existing grades on both the Valley View Road and North Ridge Lane legs of the intersection may match but may not exceed the grades on the existing pavements. 9 . Valley View Road shall have 36" shoulders to the limit of improvements as shown on Schedule I . North Ridge Lane shall have 36" shoulders to a limit of 50 ' from the center of the intersection. ,� g mow Q Uo-L 9 0 1 MVEMEzNT WIf7TTi In EXI°JfINQ� / R.vEMaf — -- _ .c__ I:•Es G lip o W y ON _r _ }_ t 0";t 1 Ir E .. ,'o/ ` yAI-I ET VICW FcYD P3'•o'?� 1 n \ � . �rytss / - LO 19M1.1• l.liR T . j3 i Do 4� V . • j ` 2}nOAIP +s 9�L wrrm �i4°3MAJl:DCK6 - f _ __ ` �\�', _ � �INGI-rtlR. MESA -• . I.UT 10 q' v Schedule I l;t M E w0C DS - �1�ITq'�"=GIiDN (MPf OJG�1'IEKT�✓ ` �33`'� /�_ / l �— —� � � �- nance - lioit _ -�iricinai, DEVELCPMENT _MPACT ;GREEMENT =_ m Gi0 This Development _^pact .;c ree ment is made t..i s-��=wdav or February, 1985, between The Snowmass Company, s Coloraao `_oint venture ("Snowmass"), and the Town of Snowmass Village, a Colorado municipal corporation (the Town") . RECITALS A. The Stage Two PL'D Plan for Sinclair Mesa, Sinclair Mesa Subdivision, according to the recorded plat thereof ("Sinclair Mesa") , has been approved by the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council, Ordinance No. 4, Series of 1985 ("Ordinance") . B. Construction activities in Sinclair Mesa may result in some damage to portions of the existing Owl Creek Road east of the Anderson Ranch entry drive intersection and west on Owl Creek . Road from the High Line and Owl Creek Road intersection ("Road") . C. In order to repair any damage to the Road resulting from construction activities in Sinclair Mesa, the Town has required the payment by Snowmass of an amount of money on the terms and conditions set forth herein. In consideration of the mutual covenants set forth herein, Snowmass and the Town agree as follows: 1. Payment berms. Subject to the terms and conditions secs orb this Agreement, Snowmass agrees to pay to the Town $65,000.00 in cash on or before September 1, 1985 ("Funds") . 2. Use of Funds. The Funds shall only be used by the Town to defray expenses incurred for (a) repair of any damage to the Road resulting from construction activities in Sinclair Mesa and (b) improvement of the Road. 3. Acknowledgement. The :'own acknowledges that payment of the Funds oy Snowmass pursuant to this Agreement fully satisfies the Town's concerns regarding any adverse 'impact to the Road as a result of constructicn act i.,ities in Sinclair Mesa and that Snowmass will have no further ooligation with respect to Sinclair Mesa to repair or contribute additional funds for repair of the Road. 4. Successors and Assigns. The terms and conditions of this Agreement snail be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the parties and their respective successors and assigns, provided, however, if Snowmass conveys title to Sinclair Mesa to another entity, Snowmass shall be released from its obligations under this agreement upon an assignment of this Agreement to the transferee and an assumption of the obligations of Snowmass under this .Agreement by the transferee. 5. Von-recourse. ro recourse shall be had for any obligation of Snowmass under this Agreement or for any claim with respect to this Agreement against any joint venturer of Snowmass under any rule of law, contractual provision, statute or constitution or otherwise. All such liabilities of the 'pint venturers of Snowmass are, by the execution of this Agreement by the Town, expressly waived and released ... / Z / •s, -O%tn Council ;rdinance No. 4, 1.985 Exhibit •;riginal - gage as a condition of, and in consideration °or, the execution and delivery of this Agreement. :n the event this Agreement is assigned by Snowmass, no recourse shall be had for any obligation of the assignee of Snowmass or for any claim otherwise in respect to this 8greement against the assignee's joint venturers or general partners. Nothing contained herein shall constitute a waiver of any obligation of Snowmass, or the assignee of Snowmass, to the Town under this AglTeement or shall be taken to prevent recourse to or the enforcement of any rights of the Town as against the assets of Snowmass or the assignee of Snowmass. 6. Termination of the Agreement. In the event the Ordinance is repealed for any reason, Snowmass and its successors and assigns shall be released from any further liability under this Agreement. Furthermore, in the event the Stage Four (Final PUD Review) Submission for •Sinclair Mesa (which submission is in conformance with the Stage Two and Stage Three approvals) is not approved by the Town Council on or before July 15, 1985 or if that approval is thereafter .repealed for any reason, Snowmass and its successors and assigns shall be released from any further liability under this Agreement. The Snowmass Company, a Colorado joint venture Bye Snowiness Corporation, • Colorado corporation, • joint venturer Bye ease ha fin, JJL.,, Pro 3dent Bye LCA. Ltd., • Colorado limited partnership, • joint venturer Bye L and C Development Corporation, a Colorado corporation, as General partner Bye1 , James N. Light, President By: -own cf Snowmass village, a Colorado municipal Byes jef-zerson Tippett, mayor Attest: Susan Garrison, Town Clerk dolls / ZZ - -own Council )rainance '+o. 1983 Exhibit E - :)rininal Daae 5 STATE OF COLORADO ) ss. COUNTY OF��i.k The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this "�^ day of February, 1985 by James J. Chaff'_n, Jr., as President of Snowmass Corporation, a Colorado corporation, as joint venturer of The Snowmass Company, a Colorado joint venture. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Notary Public Address: s..�• °O'° My commission expires: MY liammiss;Z- [SEAL] STATE OF COLORADO ) ) sa. COUNTY OF, - .�Y�r� ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this `"`\ day of February, 1985 by James W. Light, as President of L and C Development Corporation, a Colorado corporation, as general partner of LCA, Ltd., a Colorado limited partnership, as joint venturer of The Snowmass Company, a Colorado joint venture. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Notary Public Address: Sy commission expires: MY Oamm:es:on Explre$; July 9, i9a7 ,SEAL" -3- / L3 THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE SUN BOX S770 / Snowmas y Ilage-, CO 81611 STATE OF COLOItADO PROOF OF PUBLICATION County of Pitkin Copy of Notice do solemnly swear that f ' To 70R T!C Village aas' ^�'aewrrf am br eweaie am the.L•r!s� /,/. UNC6 �rpf�rrr�er4 tha the same is a week) n of THE SNOW:MASS SUN; ORDINANCE NO.a L tw w osae Y awipaper Printed.in whole or in Part,antl SERIES OF 1965 ata ar.f trs w&. 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KDA A BROPHY.AICP January 3, 2000 RE C EM/7D Town Council Town of Snowmass Village 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 51615 Srcwma„ :!IlJga Bwla:ng ''anning RE: APPLICATION TO AMEND FOX RUN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, SNOWII IASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, TO ALLOW FOR INCREASED FLOOR AREA RATIO (FAR)/ALLOWABLE SQUARE FOOTAGE Gentlemen: -We represent the Fox Run Homeowner's Association, a Colorado nonprofit corporation vested with the management and control of the Fox Run PUD located in Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Fox Run Homeowner's Association submitted an application to the Town in Julv of this year requesting an amendment to the existing Fox Run PUD "Floor Area Ratio" in order to increase the allowable maximum square footage of homes located within the PUD. Despite the Town Planning Commission's 3 to 1 vote to approve such an amendment on July 7 after recommendation by the Town Planning Department on July 2.the Town Council voted 3 to 2 to deny the amendment. The Town Planning Department's recommendation for approval, in the form of that Memorandum from Chris Conrad to the Planning Commission and supporting materials. is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by reference. The Town Council raised some concerns in denying the application, specifically: a) what would prevent other PUD's within the Town from similarly seeking such an increase based on an approval of Fox Run's application;and b)would the Town or community incur adverse fiscal impacts as a result of the proposed increased floor area within Fox Run. Based on Fox Run's production of new data related to those concerns of the Council raised in July. :ox Run hereby resubmits its app iication to amend the present Floor Area Ratio criteria for `.. 12 � FREILICH.:14YLER.LEITNER&CARLISLE Town Council January 3. 1999 Page 2 the PUD,which amendment would once again coincide with the Town Planning Department's July 2 recommendation. A pre-application conference. as required by Section I6A-5-390(2)(a) of the Town Land Use Code. was held on December 14. 1999 between the applicant. Design Workshop, this firm. and Chris Conrad and Victoria Giannoia of the Town Planning Department. 1. Comparison of Allowable Maximum Floor .-area in Fox Run and Other Snowmass Village P?TDs Under the instant proposal. the maximum allowed house size for sixteen(1 16)of the total 25 Fox Run lots would be increased from the currently allowed 4.500 square feet (approx.) to 5,000 square feet (approx.), while the maximum house size for the remaining ten (10) lots would be increased from the currently-allowed 5.000 square feet (approx.) to 5,500 square feet (approx.). Overall.the requested modification could potentially result in a total of 11 250 additional square feet of floor area spread out among twenty five(25) lots (or, a maximum increase of 450 square feet per lot). See Exhibit B attached hereto and incorporated herein which illustrates the FAR comparison study between existing allowed maximum floor area in Fox Run and proposed maximum floor area Under the current Fox Run PU D parameters. the maximum house size for 16 of the total 25 lots within the PUD is capped at 4500 square feet while the remaining 9 lots are capped at 5000 square feet. In comparison. 47 of the total 51 lots in The Pines are capped at 5.500 sq. ft. (the remaining 1 lots are capped at 3.:00 sq. �.). 50 of the 51 lots in Two Creeks are capped at 5.=00 sq. ft. (the remaining lot is capped at 3.500 so. ft.). and all of the 79 lots in Horse Ranch are capped at 5.500 so. ft.. Consequently. 67 910 of the lots in T 1:e Pines. 39%of the lots in Two Creeks. and 26% of the!ots in Horse Ranch are allowed more floor area within their respective PUDs than what would be allowed using the controlling Fox Run PUD parameters. This discrepancv is a result of the fact that Fox Run was the first PUD approved within the Town and accordingly, was assigned floor area ratio parameters applicable to the then existing smaller subdivisions within the Town. MI subsequent PUDs approved by the Town after Fox Run assigned larger.specific floor area maximums to each lot rather than applying a floor area ratio that proportioned the allowed floor area limits directly in relation to lot size.as was done with Fox Run. It is imperative to point out that Fox Run is the only PUD within the Town to have its allowable floor areas created pursuant to smaller subdivision standards rather than the reiativeiN. much larger allowances _ranted ever, subsequent P1.-D approved since Fox Run. FREILICII.MYLER.LEITiER&CARLISLE Town Council January 3. 1999 Page 3 2. Comparison of Lot Size to Open Space Within Snowmass Village PUDs Beside the allowable floor area calculation discrepancy, probably the most important comparison that can be made between Fox Run and other PUDs within Snowmass Village is that Fox Run is characterized by relatively small lots in relation to overall open space. .fin analysis of this comparison was absent from Fox Run's initial application and is one of the driving rationales behind this second application. -u the time of the first application.certain Council members voiced their concern that if the Fox Run application was approved, it would set a precedent which other PUDs within the Town would soon follow in seeking increased allowable floor area. However,a comparison of the amount of allowable floor area in relation to open space area, both under existing parameters and those proposed herein, clearly sets Fox Run apart from other Snowmass Village PUDs and establishes a benchmark whichwould effectively preclude other PUDs from riding the coat tails of a successful Fox Run application. Ofthe 62.1 acres of land comprising the Fox Run PUD.31.05 acres(50%)is designated open space. thus resulting in a total floor area within the PUD equal to 8.6%of open space. On average, the newer PUDs (Two Creeks. The Pines. The Divide and Horse Ranch) allow a total floor area equal to 13°.10 of designated open space. In the older Snowmass Village subdivisions (Wood Run, Ridge Run and Melton Ranch) the total floor area exceeds 85% of designated open space. Please see ExhibitC attached hereto and incorporated hereinwhichcompares the amount ofma=, umfloor area to designated open space within various Snowmass Village PUDs/subdivisions. Thus, the current total allowable floor area in Fox Run is much less than other PUDs/subdivisions within Snowmass Village, both oid and new. when measured in relation to designated open space. Even using the increased floor area requested under this application. the total allowed floor area of Fox Run would only equal 9.60,'0 of the PUD's open space.still one percent less than the next lowest PUD floor area to open space ratio listed on Exhibit C. Thus. should the PUD amendment be granted. Fox Run would not adversely impact the already generous FAR/Open Space ratio existing within the PUD and would in fact still retain the highest proportion of designated open space to total floor area of any PUD or subdivision within Snowmass Village. This fact. in combination with the various other unique characteristics of Fox Run set forth herein.should adequately quell the "precedence" concern previously expressed by the Town Council. / L 7 or FREI LiCILMYLEn.LEITYER& CARLISLE Town Council January 3. 1999 Page a 3. Other Significant Factors Sunporting Amendment A. No Adverse Impact on Town Finances or Service Another concern previously raised by the Town Council in connection with Fox Run's proposal to increase allowable floor area within the PUD was that the Town could possibly incur adverse fiscal impacts as a result of such approval. However, approval of the Fox Run PUD amendment would not have any discernible impact upon Town finances as no new or expanded services would need to be provided as a result. As all roads within the PUD are private,the Town currently has no maintenance obligations within the PUD and would not gain any new maintenance or any other obligation should the amendment be granted. As other Town and public services necessary within the PUD,such as trash removal for example. are already provided within the PUD and integrated with similar services currently being provided to other adjacent PUDs such as Two Creeks.no new service is required nor shall any expansion of such services be required in relation to the increased allowable floor area request. Arguably, if the Town stands to incur any financial impact from approval of the PUD amendment it is positive in nature. The Town would most likely realize surplus revenue generation in connection with the amendment as any increase in allowable floor area,.vould result in increased expenditures for construction goods and services within the Town and employment of local businesses and individuals. B. No Visuai Impacts Allowable square footage and total open space to total lot size comparisons aside, other unique characteristics of the Fox Run PUD ensure that any effects of the Lroposed additional floor area increase within the PUD would be negligible. if even discernable. The additional floor area proposed herein would need to be constructed within the original building envelopes designated for each lot. thus preserving set backs and the existing tutcongested feel of Fox Run. Also.the building envelopes within the PUD are much smaller than any other PUD in the Town as. like the FAR calculations, the envelope sizes were also established using much smaller subdivision parameters. Attached hereto as Exhibit D is a site map of the Fox Run PUD, which map depicts the seclusion, through scree-ing and setbacks. of the individual building enveiopes within the PUD. As the smallest PUD within Snowmass Village at 25 lots (with only 22 FREILICH. MYLER. LEITVER&CARLISLE Town Council January 3. 1999 Page 5 developed),the additional floor area proposed would more than adequately be absorbed by the ample screening and setbacks of the building envelopes,the generous area of and between lots,and the vast amount of open space adjacent to each lot. Furthermore, the Fox Run PUD is physically separated from other neighborhoods by. prominent land and landscaping features which would effectively screen any construction activity . or expanded structures from sight from adjacent developments or any public roadway. Since Fox Run is served by a private road which dead ends. the only visual impacts from roadways will be those experienced by the Fox Run Homeowners themselves. Also.most of the dwellings in Fox Run are already built to the maximum allowpd height restrictions for Snowmass Village,thus precluding any new visual impacts as far as building heights are concerned. C. Compliance With Code PUD Amendment Standards Fox Run is aware that its current application seeking amendment to a final approved PUD does not constitute an insubstantial request nor one which should be scrutinized lightly by the Town. Obviously. much thought and planning go into final PUD plans and their developmental components. On the other hand. the essence and rationale of PUD zoning is to allow for creativity and more importantly, flexibility, in the ultimate product for the benefit of both the inhabitants and the surrounding neighborhood. In the case of Fox Run. many unique circumstances exist which justify the amendment currently sought by the applicant. It is clear that as one of the first PUDs approved within the Town. Fox Run was not afforded some of the benefits and flexibility that all successive PUDs within Snowmass Village have been afforded(see discussion of Subdivision floor area parameters above). Through experience and wisdom. successive Snowmass Village PUD projects and processes since Fox Run have been honed by the Town and have matured to a point where the final product is a maximization of property and resources. resulting in the realization by the final homeowner of significant property rights. Through this application. the Fox Run homeowners are simply seeking to equitably maximize their individual property rights and the related benefits enjoyed by all neighboring PUDs.while simultaneously causing no adverse impact to the Town.the neighborhood, or the inte2rity or initial vision of the PUD. Amendmen, cf the Fox Run PUD as requested herein would proceed pursuant to Section 16A-=-390 of the Town of Snowmass V illa2e Land Use Code related to minor amendments to a final PUD. Accordingi y.asset forth inSectionl6A 390(3),the amendment would need to comply with certain review standards which require any minor amendment to: 1) be consistent with or an Z7 FREILICH.MYLER.LEITNER&CARLISLE Town Council January 3. 1999 Page 6 enhancement of the original PUD;?) have no substantially adverse impact on the neighborhood;3) not change the character of the PUD or neighborhood: and 4) comply with other applicable standards. i. Consistencv With or Enhancement of Original PUD Amendment of the Fox Run PUD as proposed herein would certainly be consistent with the original PUD approval. The additional allowable floor area requested. to the extent constructed would remain within the original approved building envelopes (the average size of which building envelopes are substantially smaller than other Town PUDs)and would not result in any decrease in the ample lot sizes and open space established in the original approval. No other initial approval requirement or condition would be undermined or adversely impacted by the amendment. Rather, the amendment arguabiv constitutes an enhancement of the PUD as it pctennally maximizes the Fox Run homeowners' propem rights and increases each ownefs quality of life at no cost or loss to the PUD. ii. No Substantial adverse Impact on Neiahborhood The amendment proposed herein if granted would have no adverse impact whatsoever on the neighborhood or land abutting upon or across the street from Fox Run. let alone a "substantial" adverse impact. As set 'orth above in Paragraph 3(a), no adverse rnancial effects. caused by increased sevices or otherwise. stand to be aerie=ted by the amendment which would ultimately affect neighboring homeowners. As set forth in Paragraph 3(b)above.the geography.screening,and building envelope:building dimension requirements of the PUD are such that any construction activity and building additions would not be seen or experienced by, or otherwise adversely affect in any substantial way, neighboring homeowners or landowners across the street from the PUD. As the PUD is served internally by private roads,no adverse impacts upon any neighboring homeowners would result from any temporary increase in sea. ices related to additional construction within the PUD. Arguably, anv impact on the surrounding neighborhood stands to be positive resulting from an increase in property vaiues within the PUD. which result will in turn positively affect the values of neighboring homeowner's property. iii. No Change in Character _ � 30 .. FREILICIL MYLER. LEITNER.&CARLISLE Town Council January 3. 1999 Paee 7 For similar reasons as set forth in subsection(i) above,amendment of the Fos Run PUD as proposed herein would not result in a change of the PUD's existing or intended character. Again, any additional allowable floor area. to the extent constructed, would remain within the original approved building envelopes and would not result in any decrease in the ample lot sizes and open space established in the original approval. The PUD would retain all other attributes granted and established pursuant to the original approval and no requirement or condition thereof would be undermined or adversely impacted by the amendment. iv. Compliance With Other Standards Upon understanding and belief. the amendment proposed herein complies with all other applicable standards of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use Code relating to PUD amendments. 4. Request for .Amendment As is apparent by the comparisons drawn herein and exemplified on the Exhibits attached hereto. Fox Run differs in many important respects from other Snowmass Village PUD developments. The proposed amendment to the Fox Run PUD would allow the Fox Run homeowners to enjoy the benefits of a slightly larger home (a benefit which is available to the owners of lots in all other Snowmass V iila¢e PUDs)while resulting in virmally no negative impacts. Furthermore.because of the unique characteristics of the Fox Run PUD,approval of the request will nor set a precedent which can be followed by subsequent PUDs seeking floor area increases from the Town. Accordingly. Fox Run requests that the revised formula previously recommended for Fox Run by the Town Planning Department(See Exhibit A.Page:)and approved by the Town Planning Commission be adopted. Specifically, Fox Run requests that Paragraph C(4) of the Sinclair Mesa (Fox Run) Land Use Map be amended to read as follows: Allowable floor area ratio (FAR) for: Lots up to 45,000 sq. ft.: .14 FAR. to a maximum of:,000 sq. ft. Lots above 45.000 so. ft.: .l l FAR. to a maximum of 5,:00 sq. ft. _ 131 , FREILICH.MYLER.LEITYER&CARLISLE Town -ouncil January 3. 1999 Page 8 Also,the Ordinance approving the Sinclair Mesa PUD,to which the above-referenced Land Use Map was made an exhibit, would similarly need to be amended. For the reasons stated herein,we believe that the request to increase the allowable floor area for lots within the Fox Run PUD is both reasonable and justifiable. and should be approved. Very Truly Yours. FREILICH. MYLER. LEITNER & CARLISLE Bv: e J. Hary SJH:om w/attachments cc: Mr. Roy Wiedinmyer Fox Run Homeowners Association Ms. Sarah Chase. Design Workshop _i 13o? FIG= 2 MEMORANDUM TO: Planning Commission FROM Chris Conrad, Senior Planner DATE: July 2, 1999 SUBJECT: P.0 D. Amendment Sinclair Mesa Subdivision (Fox Run)Planned Unit Development BA -,ROUND The Fox Run Homeowners Association have applied to amend the "Floor Area Ratio" criteria for the Sinclair Mesa Subdivision (Fox Run)Planned Unit Development{TUD")Plan. The Applicant,s proposal is to amend the maximum allowable floor area limit==WY specified such that each single-family residential lot would be permitted a maximum of 5,500 sq. I. The original PUD Plan:was established in 1985. The maximum allowed floor area limit permitted for each of the rwatry-five(25) lots was established using the following ratio formula: 4. Allowable floor area ratio for each lot(FAR). For 15,000 to 20,000 sq. ft. lot: .16 FAR to a maximum of 3,.000 sq. ft. For 20,001 to 30,000 sq. ft. lot: .15 FAR to a maximum of 3,900 sq. ft. For 30,001 to 45,000 sq. ft. lot: .13 FAR to a maximum of 4,500 sq. fL Above 45,000 so. ft. lot: 10 F_-�R to a maximum of 5,500 so. ft. MAXIMUM IT ALLOWED N LOT LOT FAR FLOOR UNIT NUMBER AD SIZE RATIO AREA Sl 1 511 DRESS Fox Run Drive 39255 0.13 4500 2 529 Fox Run Drive 44139 0.13 4500 3 549 Fox Run Drive 37676 0.13 4500 4 588 Fox Run Drive 37502 0.13 4500 746 5 598 Fox Run Drive 37244 0.13 4500 95 6 624 Fox Run Drive 137150 0.13 4500 0 7 644 Fox Run Drive -14 0.13 4500 89 g 10 Fox Lane 46058 0.1 4605 92 9 38 Fax Lane 9490 0.13 4500 237 10 58 Fox Lane 38034 0.13 4500 4496 11 78 Fox Lane 43264 0.13 4500 12 124 Fox Lane 54097 0.1 5409 1S409 EXHIBIT A /�3 mop FROM LUNDGREN WIEDINMYER PHONE NO. : 970 923 6767 quq. T_0 1999 08:44PM FS k15Eg33FFax Lane 50375 0.1 5037 5036 Lane 54988 0.1 5498 5332 ane 49374 0.1 4937 2657 Lane 40753 0.13 4500 4500 Lane 721 a 0.1 4721 707 Run Drive 46146 0.1 4615 14 19 1767 Fara way Road 156437 0.1 5043 81 20 19W Fox Run Drive 10.13 4500 258 21 948 Fox Run Drive Ju 4694 502 22 974 Fox Run Drive 2592 0.13 4500 23 955 Fox Run Drive 0.13 4500 79 4 919 Fox Run Drive 37352 0.13 4500 25 891 Fox Run Drive 34320 0.13 4481 2827 The Fox Run Subdivision was the first Planned Unit Development("PUD") approved within the Town. The above floor area ratio parameters were the same that applied to the SF-30 Single Family Residential District which existed for the Ridgerun, Woodrun and other residential subdivisions that were in existence in 1985. All subsequent PUD's approved by the Town specified specific floor area limits to the lots rather than to apply a floor area ratio that proportions the allowed floor area limit relative to lot size. You will note in the above chart that the smallest lot (Lot 25) is 34,320 sq. ft. in size. Therefore, only one-half of the floor area formula even applies to the subdivision as there are no lots smaller than 30,000 sq.ft. in size_ It's interesting to als, note that the 4,500 sq. ft. maximurn limit applied to lots between 30,001 and 45,000 sq. ft. applies to all of the lots within that range except Lot 25. That's because any lot within that range larger than 34,615 sq.ft. reaches the 4,500 sq. ft, maximum limit. REVIEW STANDARDS: An application for an amendment to a final PUD needs to comply with the following standards: a. Consistent With Original PUD. The proposed amendment shall be consistent with, or an enhancement of�the original PUD approval. b. No Adverse Impact The proposed amendment shall not adversely affect the neighborhood surrounding the land where the amendment is proposed, or have a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from the subject property. C. Not Change Character. The proposed amendment shall not change the basic character of the PUD or surrounding areas. d. Comply With Other Applicable Standards. The proposed amendment shall comply with the other applicable standards of this Section 5-230, Planned Unit Development including.but not limited to Section 5-230 C., General Restrictions and Section 5-=O D,Reviec. d z - / 3 �- FROM LUNDMEN WIEDINMYER HONE NO. : 970 923 5067 "QQ. =0 1999 08:45PM P6 COMMENTS: A number of spreadsheets have been prepared for reference and use during the meeting. Floor area evaluations were made of the Divide, Horse Ranch, Two Creeks and The Pines subdivisions. As you are aware, each of these subdivisions have specific maximum floor area limits specified for each lot and these limits involve no proportional ratio to lot size. For each of these spreadsheets: FAR PER PUD: This is the maximum allowed floor area limit for the lot as established by the PUD. FOX RUN FAR RATIO: This is the FAR ratio that would apply to that lot were it subject to the Fox Run floor area provisions. USING FOX RUN RATIO: The amount specified in that column represents the Fox Run FAR ratio times the square footage of the lot. AFFECTED BY FOX RUN CAPS: This column shows where the permitted floor area amount reaches the maximum limit for that range of lot sizes within the Fox Run FAR formula USING FOX RUN EXIST.FAR FORMULA: This would be the maximum allowed floor area for that lot were it in the Fox Run PUD. NET GAIN VIA PUD FAR IMYnT: This shows where and by what amount smaller lots benefit within their particular PUD over what the Fox Run FAR formula would have allowed. INCREASE PUD VS. FOX RUN FAR LIMIT: This is the percentage increase for that lot over what the Fox Run FAR formula would have allowed. Information is also enclosed concerning eighteen(18) of the 102 East Village lots which include large portions of the lot that are restricted as part of a"Conservation Corridor" and are prohibited from development. With the exception of the three(3) 8,500 sq. ft. FAR lots in The Pines, the other fifteen (15) show as having no net gain by being in the East Village PUD vs. Fox Run PUD. You'll note, however, that eight (8)of the ten (10)Two Creeks lots do benefit when the land area that is not usable is removed from their lot size. FYI's • All but three (3) of the Fox Run lots have been built on (Lot 11 is under construction). • 14 of the 40 lots in the Divide(33 0/6) are allowed more floor area by being in the Divide than what would be permitted using the current Fox Run FAR parameters. • This applies as well to: 20 of 51 Two Creeks lots (39%); 31 of 51 lots at The Pines (60.7 6/*); 17 of 96 at Horse Ranch(26%); and 14 of 40 at the Divide(333%). That doesn't include the East Village lots that contain unusable "Conservation Corridor" area to create greater lot size. 3 - /,.3.S' FROM LUNDMEN WIEDINMYER PHONE NO. . S70 923 E067 1999 08:45PM P7 • 9 lots in Two Creeks and 12 lots in The Pines are smaller than the smallest Fox Run lot yet have a maximum allowed floor area limit of 5,500 sq. ft. Data has been collected for building envelope size comparison: Avg,%Bldg.Ray. Avg.Floor Avg.Bldg. To Iat Size Ana Limit Eay.Sae Fox Ran 15.98 % 4,661 sq. ft. 6,708 sq. ft. The Pipes 20.55 % 5,735 sq. ft. 10,392 sq. R (54.9 % Larger) Two Creeks 13.90% 5,559 sq. ft. 10,851 sq. ft. (61.8 %Larger) The building envelopes within The Pines and Two Creeks are considerably larger in size and contain a larger percentage of the lot size than do the envelopes in Fox Run. The smaller envelopes and twenty-eight(28)foot height limit will constrain the massing of any residence within Fox Run far better than in the other two (2) subdivisions. QQp You may recall that a variance application for Lot 5,Fox Run subdivision to permit an increase in the maximum allowed floor area limit (4,500 sq.ft.)by 300 sq. $. in order to construct an exercise room was denied by the Planning Commission November 4, 1998. The applicant, Donna Lundgren-Wiedinmyer, was advised to contact the homeowners association and recommend that they consider applying for a PUD amendment for the entire subdivision. Three(3)other floor area variance applications have been filed in the past:: P.a►fli6Y 1997.- 1992 Lot 14 (Ffineline) Setback&414 sq. R floor area for garage Denied 1993 Lot 4 (Lillard) 246 sq. ft. floor area for bedroom Approved 1995 Lot 16 (Peterson) 145.6 sq. ft. floor area Approved The Fox Run Subdivision is the only residential Planned Unit Development which uses a floor area ratio methodology to establish floor area limits for the lots. The formula app at that time was the same as whatsxisted ai the runt the Town established it's original zoning and which still a*� h 4F_1 S (Melton Ranch I II& III) and SF-30 (Woodrum I-IV and Ridge Run I-M Zone Districts. To amend the maximum floor area lcmiu wnhm the Fox Rua Subdivision (which is zoned P.U.D.)will not prompt the filing of applications from individual lot owners within the"Pre-Town" subdivisions_ STAFF RECOND4VIDATION: It is necessary that the Planning Commission fully discuss this proposal or provide a recommendation to be forwarded to the Town Council at their July 19 meeting. 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I i � I FROM : LUNDGREN WIEDINMYER PHONE NO. : 970 923 0067 Aug. 13 1999 08:47PM F9 THE DIVIDE A I a I C D E F G M 1 LOT FOX RUN USING USING FOX RUN NET GAIN %INCREAS9 LOT StzE I FAR PER PAR FOX RUN AFFECTED BY EXIST.FAR VIA PUD PUD VS.FOX RUN 0 (SO.FT.) PUD RATIO RATIO FOX RUN CAPS FORMULA FAR LIMIT PAR UbET 1 7766 5500 0.10 7757 5500 5500 0 0% 2 48134 1 5500 0.10 4813 4813 687 14% 3 32385 5500 013 x207 x207 1293 11% 4 59851 5500 0.10 5985 5500 5500 0 0% 5 55670 5500 0.10 5667 5500 5500 0 0% 3 7&08 T500 1 0.10 7841 3300 5500 0 0% 7 210742 5500 0.10 21074 3300 5300 0 0% 8 61631 5300 0.10 8163 5500 `5.+00 0 0% 9 111 5500 0.10 60 6011 5500 5500 0 0% 10 88619 5500 0.10 8882 5600 5500 0 0% 11 t 100493 5500 0.10 10049 5500 5500 0 0% 12 143138 5500 0.10 14114 5500 sm 0 09 13 86338 5500 0.10 6834 3500 5600 0 0% E21 66962 5500 0.10 SU5 3500 5500 0 0% 55321 5500 0.10 5532 3500 5500 0 0% 570& 5500 3.10 5706 5500 5500 0 0% 18261 5300 0.10 4626 4626 874 19% 60638 5500 0.10 6064 5500 5500 0 0% 52795 5500 0.10 5280 6280 220 4% 4x605 5500 0.13 5799 6500 4300 1000 22% 46259 3500 010 4526 4526 974 22%11 600 010 7771 5500 5600 0 0% 40554 1 0.13 5272 4600 4500 1000 22% 24 93872 1 5505500 0 0.10 1 9387 Swc 5500 0 0% 25 93567 1 5500 0.10 1 9387 560o 5500 0 0% 25 65819 1 SSW 1 0.10 1 6582 5500 5500 a 1 0% 27 82334 I 5500 1 0.10 1 6233 5500 5500 0 0% 28 47176 1 5500 1 0.10 1 4718 4718 782 17% 29 1 GOG37 5500 10.10 6604 SSW 5500 a 0% 30 43286 5500 0613 5623 4500 4500 1000 22% 31 52662 5500 0.10 5288 5268 212 1 4% 32 40948 5500 0.13 5323 +500 4500 1000 22% 33 76210 5500 1 3.10 7623 5500 5500 0 0% 34 71916 1 5500 1 0.10 1 7192 1 5500 5500 9 0% 35 34064 1 5500 1 0.13 1 4428 4.428 1072 ! 24% 36 ?07158 5500 0.10 10716 5500 5500 0 0% 37 79105 5300 0.10 7911 5500 5500 0 I 0% 38 68601 5500 0.10 6861 1 5500 5300 0 0% 39 69304 5500 0.10 t 6930 5500 5500 0 0% 40 174676 1 5500 0.10 1 17468 9500 5500 U% _."� 3 7 ' FROM '-UNDGREN WIEDINMYER ?HONE NO. . 970 23 E-067 lug. _0 1999 28:47PM P10 EAST VILLAGE: THE PINES A 1 6 1 0 1 im F G J LOT LOT FOX RUN USING WOULD Sir- USING FOX RUNI NET GAIN %INCREASE LOT SIZE SIZE FAR PER FAR FOX RUN AFFECTED BY EXIST.FAR VIA PUD PUD VS.FOX RUN A (ACRES) (SQ.FT.) PUD RATIO RATIO FOX RUN CAPS FORMULA FAR LIMIT FAR LIMIT 1 0.935 1 40729 5600 0.13 5295 4500 4500 1000 2°h 2 1.288 1 58018 5500 0.10 5602 5500 5500 0 0.0% 3 1.699 74008 5500 0.10 7401 5500 5500 0 0.0% 4 1.451 83206 " 00 0.10 6321 1 5500 5500 0 0.0% 5 2.582' 112472 5500 0.10 11247 5500 SSW 0 0.0% 6 1.550 67518 5500 0.10 8752 5500 5500 0 0.0% 7 1.545 V= 5500 0.10 6730 5500 5600 0 0.0% 8 1368 85726 5500 0.10 8573 5500 5500 0 0.0% 9 2.816 122665 5500 0.10 12267 5500 5500 0 0.0% 1 0 3.397 147973 5500 0.10 14797 5500 5500 0 0.0% 11 5.389 1 234745 5500 0.10 23475 5500 5500 0 0.0% 12 9.043 1 393913 5500 0.10 39391 5500 5500 0 0.0% 13 0.763 33236 5500 0.13 4321 4321 1179 27.3Y° 14 0.699 30448 5500 0.13 3958 3958 1542 39.0% 15 1.027 44735 5500 1 113 1 5816 4500 4600 1000 222% 16 4.248 185043 5500 0.10 18504 5500 5500 0 0.0% 17 1.639 71395 5500 0.10 7140 5500 5500 0 0.0% 18 0.833 36285 5500 0.13 1717 4500 4500 7000 222% 19 0.923 40206 5500 0.13 5227 4800 4600 1000 222% 20 0.914 39814 6500 0.13 5176 4500 4500 1000 222% 21 1.453 1 63293 5500 0.10 6329 1 5500 5500 0 0.0% 22 1.068 1 46522 5600 0.10 4652 4862 848 18.2°.6 23 1.021 1 44475 5500 0.13 5782 1 4500 4500 1000 22.2% 24 0.493 1 21475 5500 0.15 3221 3221 2279 70.8% 25 1 1.099 1 47872 1 5500 0.10 4787 4707 719 14.9% 20 0.975 42471 5500 0.13 5521 4500 4500 1000 27 1.010 43996 5500 0.13 5719 4600 4500 1000 28 0.867 37'764 5500 0.13 4910 4500 4500 1000 222% 29 1.115 48569 X500 0.10 4857 4857 643 132% 30 '.337 58240 1 5500 I 0.10 1 5624 5..'00 5500 0 0.0% 31 0.871 37941 5500 0.13 r 4932 4500 4500 1000 222% 32 C.946 41208 I X00 0.13 1 5357 1 4500 4500 1000 222% 33 :.121 48831 5500 0.10 4883 4883 617 125% 34 3.138 136691 6500 0.10 13889 1 5500 5500 3000 64.5% 35 15772 887026 3500 1 0.10 58703 5500 5500 3000 54.5% 36 5.685 246767 8500 0.10 2467 5500 5600 3000 54.5% 37 3.929 171147 8500 0.10 17115 5500 5500 3000 54.6% 38 1.438 62639 5500 0.10 6264 6500 5500 0 0.0% 39 2.584 116915 5500 3.10 11692 5500 5500 0 0.0% 40 1.520 66211 5500 0.10 5621 5500 1 5500 0 0.0% 41 2.877 116610 5600 0.10 11661 5500 1 5500 0 0.0% s2 0.828 272fi9 5500 O.tS a090 3000 3900 1600 43 0.736 32060 5500 0.13 4168 4168 1332 320% 4a 0.472 20560 5500 0.15 3064 3084 2416 78.3% 45 0.679 2522! 5500 0.15 3783 3783 1717 45.4% 46 0.725 31581 5500 0.13 4106 4108 1394 34.0% 47 1.559 1 67910 5500 1 0.10 6791 5500 5500 1 0 0.0% 46 0.735 32017 1 5500 1 0.13 4162 6182 1338 321% 49 0.899 30448 5500 3.13 1 3958 3958 1542 39.0% 50 0.688 29882 5500 1 0.15 s482 3900 1 3900 1 1600 1 41.07b 51 0.778 1 33890 1 5500 1 3.13 4406 1 4a08 1094 24.8% - /38 - FROM LUNDGREN WIEDINMYER PHONE NO. 970 923 6067 Rua. Z0 1999 08:48PM P11 EAST VILLAGE: TWO CREEKS 6 H J LOT LOT FOX RUN USING WOULD BE SING FO RUN NET GAIN %IN REAfi LOT SUE SIZE FAR PER FAR - FOX RUN AFFECTED BY EXIST.FAR VU1 PUD PUD VS.FOX RUN p (ACRES) (Sa FT.T PUO RATIO RATIO FOX RUN CAPS FORMULA FAR LIMIT FAR LIMIT 1 3.922 170842 5500 0.10 17084 5500 0 03 2 2547 110947 5500 0.10 11095 5500 5500 0 0.0% 3 2652 115521 5500 0.10 11552 500 5500 0 0.0% 4 4.226 784085 5500 0.10 18409 5600 5500 0 0.0% 5 7 6 66473 5500 0.10 1 6647 5500 5500 0 0.0% 6 1.058 46086 5500 0.10 4609 4609 891 19.3% 7 3.024 131725 5500 0.70 13773 � 5500 5500 0 0.0% 6 2425 705633 5500 0.10 10563 5500 5500 0 0.0% 9 2.344 102105 5500 0.10 10211 5500 5500 0 0.0% 10 2080 89734 5500 0.10 8973 5500 5500 0 0.0% 71 3.987 772367 5500 0.10 17237 5500 5500 D 0.0% 12 5.704 1 248466 5500 0.10 24847 5500 6500 0 0.0% 13 14.523 1 632622 8500 1 010 63262 5500 5500 :000 54.6% 14 1.512 65878 5500 0.10 6588 1 5500 5500 0 0.0% 15 1.042 46390 5500 0.10 4539 1 4539 <61 212% 16 1.834 79889 5600 0.10 7969 5500 5500 0 010% 17 0.815 35501 6500 0.13 4615 4500 4500 1000 71.2% 18 1.247 54319 5500 0.70 5432 5432 a8 1.3% 19 1.209 52884 5500 0.10 5266 5266 234 4A% 20 0.859 37418 5500 0.13 4884 4500 4500 1000 22.2% 21 1.288 58105 5600 0.10 5611 5500 5500 0 0.0% 22 1.072 46M 5500 1 0.10 4670 4670 830 17.8% 23 0.786 33357 5500 0.13 4338 4338 1162 25.8% 24 3.729 31755 5500 0.13 4128 4128 1372 332% 25 0.577 38202 5500 0.13 4966 4500 4600 1000 222% 26 2.730 118919 5500 0.10 11892 5500 5500 0 0.0% 27 1.682 73268 5500 0.10 7327 5600 5500 0 0.0% 28 1.506 65558 5500 1 0.10 6566 5500 5500 0 0.0% 29 0.454 19776 5500 0.16 3154 3000 3000 2500 30 2.047 69167 5500 0.10 8917 5600 5500 0 0.0% 31 2.147 93523 5500 0.10 9352 5500 5500 0 0.0% 32 0.731 31842 5500 0.13 4139 4139 1381 32.9% 33 0.497 21649 5500 0.15 3247 3247 2253 89A% 34 1.605 69914 5500 0.10 8991 5500 5500 0 010% 35 2.030 88427 5500 0.10 8843 5500 5500 0 0.01ye 36 1.811 76887 5500 0.10 7889 9500 5500 0 0.0% 37 2.840 123710 5500 1 0.10 12371 5500 5500 0 0.0% 38 1.975 88031 5500 0.70 8603 5500 SSDO 0 0.0% 39 0.536 23348 5500 0.15 3502 3502 1998 67.1% 40 0.770 33541 5500 0.13 4360 4360 1140 26.1% 41 1.165 0747 5500 0.10 5075 5075 426 6.4% 42 2.746 119616 5500 0.10 11962 5500 5500 0 0.D% 43 0.883 38463 5500 0.13 5000 4500 4500 1000 222% m 1.655 1 72092 5500 0.10 7209 5500 0 0 0.0% 46 2728 118532 5500 0.10 11863 5500 5 0 0.0% 41 0.511 28615 5500 0.15 3992 3900 3900 1 1600 41.0% 47 1.741 75838 1 5500 0.10 7584 5500 5500 1 0 0.0% 48 0.642 27966 $500 0.15 4195 3900 1 3900 1600 41.0% a9 2147 97879 5500 0.10 9788 5500 5500 0 0.0% 50 1.123 &8918 5500 1 0.10 4892 1 4892 1 608 12.4% 61 '.494 65079 5500 1-0.10 0508 1 5500 1 5500 1 0 0.0% U r3 9 Opp wIE�INMVc t FROM LUNDGRE"t PHONE `A. : '370 °2:3 6067 �u9• =`d 1599 08:49PM P12 _ HORSE RANCH (SHEET 1 of 2) A FOX RUN USING WOULD BE USING XIIST.FAR VIA PUD PUD VS.FOX RUN NET GAIN INCREASE LOT LOT FAR PER FAR FOX RUN AFFECTED P FAR LIMIT FAR LIMIT p SIZE PUD RAT10 RATIO FOX RUN CAPS FORMULA 94 .3% 3594 690 -16% 1 23958 3500 0.15 4190 6590 -2Z% 2 32234 3500 0.13 45�p .1000 <-476 5500 0% 3 4.2123 3500 0.13 3719 •218 a 26786 3500 0.15 8 3071 429 14% 500 307 00 -22V'•10 5 20473 3 6525 6500 4500 4% 5 34806 3500 0.13 3312 128 7 22477 3500 0.15 3372 3803 -303 _8% 8 25352 3500 0.15 3803 •-000 •10% 3900 3900 -10% g 27312 3500 0.15 4097 3900 3900 +100 10 26924 3500 0.15 4339 3900 4.00 .22% 11 29882 3500 0.15 4482 3900 4468 .968 •22°.'5 36369 3500 0.13 37d4 •244 •7,s 2 3500 0.15 3744 1907 -407 •10Ye t3 24960 3907 14 30056 3500 0.13 3790 •290 •8% 15 25265 3500 0.15 3790 4457 4457 .957 •Z1% 32% 16 34282 3500 0.73 5118 -1618 17 51183 3500 0.10 5118 4500 -1000 18 4.2645 3500 0.17 5544 4500 0.13 .1000 •22% 5459 4500 4500 •10% 19 4.7992 3500 4182 3900 3900 -400 20 27878 3500 0.15 5500 _200p 0.10 7009 5'•"500 -646 -76% 2t 70088 J500 0.53 x156 4156 -7% 22 31973 3500 3757 -257 Z3 25067 300 0.15 6757 5445 -1945 4450 24 5 3500 0.10 -465 500 17% 0.16 3053 3000 300D =0% 25 19079 3500 4071 3900 3900 -00 26 27138 3500 0.75 3900 -100 .0X 27 27530 3500 0.15 4130 3900 -1000 •i2% 36979 3500 9.13 4547 4500 4500 '.2% 26 3117 383 29 I 20778 3500 0.15 3117 3387 -87 •2% 30 23914 3500 0.75 3587 3437 63 2% 31 t 22913 3.00 0.15 1 3437 3716 •218 .6%' 32 1 24786 3500 C.!5 3718 3483 .7 3%low 33 1 -,3217 3500 O.iS 1 3483 3900 -400 4%e ?8227 3500 0.15 4 3900 4064 564 35 '70941 3500 0 15 4064 4500 -1000 .22% 36 1 35022 '500 0.13 4553 Q500 4500 -1000 -22% 39030 3500 0.13 5074 50 -400 -10% 37 5 4456 3900 3900 1% J8 297081 J500 0.1- 3450 CO 39 23000 3500 0.15 3450 4346 -1144 •25% 40 16435 3500 0.10 4644• 5500 _=0 1.6%41 567591 3500 9.10 5676 ' 4202 •702 •17X+ 42 323221 3500 0.13 4202 3574 .74 •ZX 43 23828 3500 0.15 3576 3724 -224 _6% 44 24629 3500 0.15 3726 3287 213 ' 45 21911 3500 0.15 3287 3471 39 3% 46 1 22738 3500 0.15 3411 3574 -74 -2% e7 23827 '500 3.15 3574 4451 -351 •21% 4 342381 3500 0.13 4451 5415 ..915 -35% 49 54145 3500 0.10 5415 4060 •560 -14% 50 31233) 3500 0.13 4060 3900 -3400 -10% 51 26441) ',:500 0.15 3986 3900 -900 -400 .10% 52 286191 3500 0.15 4293 3900 1100 ZB% 0.15 3901 3900 •'�0 28% SJ 260051 '-000 3900 '100 54 I 275301 `--'900 1 9.15 4130 3900 5618 618 -11% -- I 432121 5000 J.13 5618 /ya dow ' r �z EAST VILLAGE:THE PINES A e C 0 E F O N 1 J K L M Al 0 Z TOTAL LOT USABLE LOT UTN FW(RUN USING FOX RUN NET GAIN NET GAIN %INCREASE s WCRFJi6E 101 CON6ERV. USABIE SIZETRIFS SIZE 7IMES AFFECTED EXIST.FAR EXIST.FM VA MO NA PUG PUDV&FOXRUR PUDVS.FOXRIN IOT SIZE CORRIDOR IOTSIZE FOXRIIN FOXRUN FOXIIIN OYFOXRIM FORMULA FORNIAA FARPER FAR LMT FM LIMIT FARLSIST FAR IMF m H37 JA A) SO.FT 1L.2 FAR RATIO FAR RATIO FAR RAIKI CAP! (TO t07 (USABLEIO PUD fOTALL01 USANELO OTALIOI WS"LE LOTI C1 957M 77 56521 •.N 0573 6052 3600 360] 6500 66M 0 0 DQY OOY Z IZIE65 15723 761/0 610 12267 7001— --S.A'0 6600— S509 SSSO 0 0 00% 0.% 1097] 3]JW U�/0.1 !10 1.797 1-10 65W 660• 6500 3500 0 0 0.0% i51/JS Y112s 1]!120 .l0 0115 1]6]2 —6500 65a SWO 5500 —0 • •Ox o0%15]61] 2]9000 15x5 10 39]01 Imes 6%9 6500 5300 f`07 • 0 0.0% 0%/011 .eMn K_M 060 0670] ]NI] 6SW SSW 6000 0600 )500 ]000 51.6% S.Sx 1 _ 0.10 ]air— I16FlZ 6500 i5D'1 -6500 � 516% 515% iN/a 2T X13 I N2 515% 1 -S1i 16/a 1007 0.10 IrII - 3000 —SLO r 1 EAST VILLAGE:TWO CREEKS z n NO* A B C D E F O 11 1 J N L V tl O EASE m UlBLE LOT fi00 FOX RU USING FOX RUN NET CA-01 tlICR TOTAL LOT T 107 COIISERV. USAWE FOXRUN SIZE FIVES SIZE TWES AFFECTED EXIST.FAR EXIST.FM VIA PUD NA PUD PUOV&FOXRUN PUDV7.FOK PUN 0 for SOE CORRIDOR LOT SIZE FAR FOX RIN FOX RIIN BY fOX RUN FORKDIA FORMULA FARPER FAR Im9r FAR LIMIT FAR LX.Xr FAR 1_101 F JsD A.) 134 FE 1 (30 FT) RATIO IAR NANO FAR MIIO _ CAPS TOTAL LOT USABLE LOT) KID (FO/AI WF (SABLEIO (TOTAL L0T1 ()SABLE LOFT J 115521 19600 6-121 0.10 11652 0592 5500 6600 6 W 3500 0 0 _00% 0.0% f 1laes 1]INO 52613_ 0.10_ —IEIO➢ _6316— 65W RS01_ 6265 5500_ —0 _775 00%— 4 1% 7 171723 re09s 52070 0.10 17177 520] 3600 6-10 520] 6500 O 217 6O% 1.Ix CD _ _ _luai 60620 _360-1] 0.10_ 10563 3001 5500 _6550 ]691 3300 0 7610 F.O% 0102105 07123 SIE60 0.10 10211 3165 66L0 SSW ]16! _5600 0 20]2 0.% 396%— u _i0_ _e97]� 52033 _3+619_F 10 ]609 65FA _6500 2037 :6/70 0 1612 00% 19.1% W 7 1727!) 11]WS 26]72 10 172]7 --2637 - --550] _5600 _20]7 SSW O_ 209]_ _0.0% 0]9%_ UI 21-96 20.NS 16611 lo 3x17 1N2 65W 360) 4402 0x0_- ----0 1010 00% 21.9x _ 19 1] HM22 54 132 96190 10 9 0619 6600 No 6lOD OS00 _ ]]W SOW 5.0% .0 10 9 2FB3 •6560 W 9160 6030 —� 1670 -0- sW7 0 • o.ox o.ox QI _�' lAur�nN LI i S Folk-rim 0i` DoT WIt1►lrV Cbw«RJ�►�r�v1y �p�tRrpoR ed ko Q r -z 3 W Q H a E L .a _ yll �� pp sd .: �'' I•. i. •,.,,/R Il �1 ./ —/ ){''- is � . , P � 1r ZO � -. _J � flM1! •I�' _'_ iS•(Ci " I��� f�el \'� �.i .. )l��, , � �au� L - ..� ^T �• ' `, __, J M, I ^L,,F ,. •r "ill LA ED Ilk'I CL Jd 0 0. �- - 53NId 34l - _ s �— (.$Poo b 3 �vQ1jr2to) woLw w A Z J 11 FROM LUNDGREN WIEDINMYER PHONE NO. : 970 923 E067 Aug. 30 1999 08:51PM PSS c D E F G FOX RUN MAMMUM RATIO OF BUILDING PERCENTAGE %SLOG.ENV.IS A B ALLOWED ';MAX ALLOWED ENVELOPE BLDG.ENV. GREATER THAN LOT LOT FLOOR FLOOR AREA TO SIZE TO MAX ALLOWED NUMBER SIZE AREA LOT SIZE (SQ.FT.) LOT SIZE FLOOR AREA t 3 0 0.11 82 t5.8% 6% 2 44139 4500 0.10 6975 15.8% 55.0% 3 4500 0.12 6200 16. % 4• 3 4500 0.12 6609 17.2 46.1% K123 45M 0.12 5270 14.1% 1 .1 7150 4 0.12 50 20.9%3 4 0.12 6045 1 .9% .9 48056 48M 0.10 6045 13.1%3 4500 0.11 36034 00 0.12 8 23. %43264 4500 0.10 9610 222% 11 .6 54097 6410 1 0.10 9300 17.2% 1.9% 19 50375 5038 0.10 6 132% 32.3% 14 $4988 5499 0.10 7130 13.0% 29. 15 49374 4937 0.10 6820 13.8% 38.1 16 40753 4500 0.11 6820 16.7% 1 4 16 4722 0.10 6510 13.8% 37.9% 18 46146 4615 0.10 635 13.8 19 043 5044 0.10 8510 129% .1 20 37491 4500 0.12 70 14.1% 1 . R 21 46946 4695 0.10 48 0 9.9% -1.0% 4 4500 0.11 5735 13.5% 4% 23 36844 4500 0.12 21.5% 24 37352 4500 0.12 580 14.9% 24.0 25 34320 4462 0.13 5890 17 2 32 NOTE BLDG.ENV.SIZE iS PLANIMET IC MEASUREMENT(NO CALCULATED) AVG FLR.AREA LIMIT: 4661 AVG. LOT SIZE 42587.8 AVG. RATIO MAX ALLOWED FLOOR AREA TO LOT SIZE: 0.11 AVG. BLDG.ENV.SIZE 6708.4 AVG. %BLDG.ENV.TO LOT SIZE: 15.98% AVG. %BLDG. ENV. IS GREATER THAN MAX ALLOWED FLOOR AREA 44.08% �MIL.OING► �t�vEL,OpF kr��Lys�s (5wr. 1 3> FROM LUNDGREN WIEDINMYER PHONE ',O. . 970 '?_ c067 ;ua. -0 1999 08:51PM PSG C D 1 E F G THE PINES MAXIMUM RATIO OF BUILDING PERCENTAGE %BLDG.ENV.IS p g ALLOWED ALLOW ED ENVELOPE BLDG.ENV. GREATER THAN LO 1,pT FLOOR FLOOR AREA WTO SIZE TO MAX ALLOWED NUMBER SIZE AREA LOT SIZE (SO.FT.) LOT SZE BOOR AREA 1 729 5500 0.14 88 a 21.6% 613% 2 18 5500 0.70 7273 13.0% 32.2% 3 74008 5500 0.07 9953 13.4% 81.0% 4 p20g 0.09 9757 15.4% A% 5 112472 1 5500 0.05 9246 a2% 68.10A 6 97518 1 56w 0.08 11034 1 1631b 100.6% 7 0.08 10513 1 159% 91.1% 8 10451 1 9 1 5600 W14 1 10 10384 745 13 49% 108.D% 12 393913 1029% 972% 1 10157 14 30448 5500 1134 3 % 1 3% 15 44736 5500 82 18.4% 49.9% 18 + 10186 852% 17 71 5500 10385 14SX 86.8% 1 SSW 0.15 1 mm 23. 56.4°.G 1 40208 55DO 0.74 1 10286 .6% 67.1% 20 39814 0.14 9561 2A.D% 73.7% 21 ` 0.09 11 la 110 0.72 4 163% 55. 48= 5600 23 444 5600 0.12 9 1 % Z< 214 5500 026 10638 4 0.11 % 81 2B 4241 0.13 9 x 8A% 2 43996 0.13 12086 2 . 119.7% 3 5500 0.15 10536 79% 81.8% 29 48569 -55M 0.11 13197 139.9% 30 56240 5500 0.09 9669 76.4% 4 31 3M1- 0.14 17 31.3 11 b 41208 5500 0.13 10143 20.65 84.4% 33 48831 5500 0.11 10660 219% 939% 34 036691 8500 0.06 13893 10 111.1% 35 68 8500 I 0.01 13868 1 lox % 36 787 SSW 0.03 12983 53% 3 1 114 6500 035 72565 47.8% 36 62638 0.09 10894 17.4% 39 110915 5500 0.05 101 3 8 .3% 40 88.011 66M 0.06 10386 1 % 1189% 41 116610 SSW D. 3514 73% .BX . 42 27269 020 76x9 28.1% 39.1% 43 32080 0.7 11 38.0% 109.6% µ 02 101 % 85.2% 48 21 022 1 % 825% 46 31551 5500 0.17 a 279% 59. % 47 67910 0500 ON +0067 14.8% 930% 48 32011 55M 0.17 11922 372% 118.8% 49 30446 5500 0.18 11 oat 36.3% i so 29882 0.18 96T7 32.4% Ax 7 33890 1 5500 0.16 839 4A 7% AVG.FLIL AREA LIMIT. 573529 AVG.LOT S¢E: 87548 AVG. RA110 MAX.ALLOWED FLOOR AREA TO LOT SIZE: 0.11 AVG.BLDG.ENV.SIZE 10392 AVG.%BLDG.ENV.TO LOT SIZE: 2055% AVG.%BLOG.ENV.IS GREATER THAN MAX ALLOWED FLOOR AREA: 82.25K J�NII.bmuA r-mycri le opolfell ow ��rkL�sts FROM LUNDGREN WIEDINMYER PHONE F,O. : S70 =3 6067 Aug. =0 .999 08:52PM P17 G D E F O TWO CREEKS MAXIMUM RATIO OF BUILDING PERCENTAGE %BLDG.ENV.IS A B ALLOWED MAX.ALLOWED ENVELOPE BLDG.ENV. GREATER TKAN LOT LAT FLOOR FLOOR AREA TO SIZE TO MAX NUMBER SIZE AREA LOT 81ZE (SO.FT.) LOT SIZE FLOOR AREA 1 1 5500 Ob1 1 4 7.6% 1 X 2 11 55w 0.06 11115 10.0% 102. % 115=T- 300 0. 9672 % ♦ t 87W 4.8% 593% 5 664 0.08 11541 MAC— 1098% 46086 0.12 .3% 131723 '-1500 0.04 10817 8.1% 9i0% a 1 0.05 6951 e3% 9 1 0. 9196 9.3% 10 5900 0.06 1 11. 91.4% 11 1 0.03 73.8% 1 0.02 74536 t 13 . 0D1 20194 14 OAB 13977 21.2% 1 .1 0.12 10226 5.5 t8 0.07 8225 11.5% 67.7% 1 1 5500 0.15 994 28.0% 209% 16 18 0.10 9456 17.4% t 19 52664 0.10 10624 19.8 89.5% ] 418 0.1 10898 28.8% b% 1 0.10 , 2a1x 145.9% 46898 0.12 6974-- 19 3600 0.18 9728 293% 9% 4 3175T-- 1 0.17 1 34.4% 988% 5500 0.14 72057 1189919 0.05 11411 9.6% 1 5500 0.08 --Tom,- 2b 5600 ODB 11524 1 108 1 8 038 10266 3D 8918 5500 0.06 1 11.7% 90.1% 31 e33Z] 0.06 1]736 14.7% 149.8% 32 31842 1 5500 0-17 11 30.0% t .5 21649 9946 aaox 36 69914 0.08 70291 14. 87.1% 35 88427 1 0.05 1t'sJ7 12_ 103.8% t3j123710 8667 0.07 1 9A% 413% ` M OA4 9415 76% 712% 5500 0.05 024 9886 42�%5500 016 1 31 % 923%0.11 ,&A% .4 0.05 t 1 100% 11 .6 5500 0.14 11290 29.4% 1062% 44 72092 5599 0.08 10139 14.1% 842% 45 118832 1 55M 1 0.05 10422 88 89.516 46 26615 5500 1 031 1037 39.0% 80.7 4 5500 0.0 10358 ---13.7r- 88.3% 4 27968 020 10825 36.7% 969% 97479 0.06 10056 103% B2.8% 48918 1 55M 1 0.11 9947 20.3% b% 61 65079 1 55M 1 ODB 13851 21.316 151. Y AVG.FLR.AREA U1.11T: 5559 AVG.LOT SL3: 88498 AVG.RATIO MAX ALLCW ED FLOOR AREA TO LCT SIZE: 0.10 AVG.BLDG.ENV.SIM 10051 AVG.%BLDG.EN11.TO LOT SZE: 18.9% AVG.%BLDG.ENV.IS GREATER THAN MAIL ALLOWED FLOOR AREA' 94.8% ENILDIW4 EP VE1-PFE GOP I/IIS� ; ` AN11�L�SIS FIGUPE 2 MINOR PUD AMENDMENT APPLICATION FOX RUN PUD INFORMATION Applicant: Fox Run Homeowners Association c/o Freilich, Vlyler, Leitner & Carlisle 106 S. Mill Street, Suite 202 Aspen, Colorado 81611 Phone: (970) 920-1018 Fax: (970) 920-4259 Legal Description of Subject Property: Fox Run Subdivision, Snowmass Village, CO /5% FICURE; z 39255 0.14 1 5000 1 4500 500 44139 0.14 5000 1 4500 500 37676 0.14 1 5000 4500 500 37502 0.14 I 5000 4500 500 37244 0.14 1 5000 4500 500 37150 0.14 5000 4500 500 37954 0.1:4 1 5000 4500 1 500 46056 0.14 5066 11 4606 460 39490 0.11 1 5000 4500 1 500 36034 0.14 1 5045 1 4500 1 545 43264 0.14 1 50001 4500 1 500 54097 0.11 1 5500 5410 1 90 50375 I 0.11 1 5500 5038 1 462 54988 1 0.11 i 5500 5499 1 49374 0.11 1 5431 1 4937 494 40753 0.14 1 5000 4500 500 47216 0.11 1 5194 1 4722 1 472 46146 1 0.11 5076 4615 1 461 50437 0.11 1 5500 i 5044 456 37491 1 0.14 1 5000 1 4500 1 500 46946 1 0.11 1 5164'14695 1 469 4S 92 0.14 1 5000 1 4500 500 344 0.14 1 5000 4500 500 37352 0.14 i 5000 x500 500 34320 0.14 4805 4462 1 343 I I I 1 M' E\HI3IT 3 / ftd7 FIGUR°. 2 Floor area Open Space Percent (°.'o) Two Creeks 281.000 sq. ft. 2.725.549 sq. ft. 10.3 °.'o Pines 298.000 sq. ft. 1.886.148 sq. ft. 15.7 Divide I 231.000 sq. ft. 2,099.156 sq. ft. 11.0 % Horse Ranch 372.000 sq. ft. 3,140.676 sq. ft. 11.8% Wood Run I, II, & V 536.000 sq. ft. 1,002.316 sq. ft. 53.4 % Ridge Run I & II 367.000 sq. ft. I 352.400 sq. ft. 104.0 % Melton Ranch I 148.000 sq. ft. 11.036.1-92 sq. ft. I 14.3% Fox Run (current) 117.000 sq. ft. I 1,352538 sq. ft. 8.6% Fox Run(proposed) 129.500 sq. ft. I 1.352.538 sq. ft. 9.6% An EXHIBIT C low , �� 't1?( '1?1 vu,1 ) IAH 111 14111 VICINITY MAP iSuilJinly :; I'lunning J 6. i (��—� 43 —;=3i /•3 l CJ,s, nte'r fed 7pr -- 11) Fox Ku /I ton vv t�`� - .1 _f� =��,�Il'` �'_ , -p„s„-� S _�a�--; -ate_ _ ��=`'d;l•,���� ' 1 - r ` pd � y urn u °' - * ="=1 1 1 � I , J 1 I N N.q q Wln V 11 $ N -J •J U I� 1 j' ��"q V .e...n 1.. , tj �i-aw r 1 _ 1 a Il:i•. � � 1 ill tj FIGURE 3 SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC MEETING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION. THE PUBLIC IS INVI'T'ED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: March 1, 2000 TIME: During a meeting, which begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2°d Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To Receive Public Comment on an application by the Fox Run Homeowners Association for a Planned Unit Development Amendment for the Fox Run development, to allow an increase in the maximum permitted floor area of homes located within Fox Run. CODE: The application will be processed as an Amendment to a Final Planned Unit Development pursuant to Section 16A-5-390 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. INFO: Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Community Development Department or by phone at (970) 923-5524 during normal business hours. Written comments may be submitted up to one week prior to the public meeting to the following address: Snowmass Village Community Development Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Art: Dean Stahman Re: Fox Run PUD Amendment A future public hearing will be held before the Town Council for which public notice will be issued. Printed in the Snowmass Sun on February 2, 2000 FIGURE 3 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: April 17, 2000 TIME: During a meeting, which begins at 5:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2°d Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To Receive Public Comment on an application by the Fox Run Homeowners Association for a Planned Unit Development Amendment for the Fox Run development, to allow an increase in the maximum permitted floor area of homes located within Fox Run. CODE: The application will be processed as an Minor Amendment to a Final Planned Unit Development pursuant to Section 16A-5-390 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. INFO: Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Community Development Department or by phone at (970) 923-5524 during normal business hours. Written comments may be submitted up to one week prior to the public hearing to the following address: Snowmass Village Community Development Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Art: Victoria Giannola Re: Fox Run PUD Amendment A public meeting was held before the Planning Commission on March 1, 2000 at which time the Commission recommended approval. Printed in the Snowmass Sun on 9 March 2000 OEM. /�_� dw FIGURE 4 SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. 06 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN INCREASE IN THE FLOOR AREA RATIO FOR THE FOX RUN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AS REQUESTED BY THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION. WHEREAS, the Fox Run Homeowners Association, representing the Fox Run Planned Unit Development, has applied for a Minor Planned Unit Development Amendment to permit an increase in the Floor Area Ratio, as shown on Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, a public meeting was held before the Planning Commission on March 1", 2000 to receive public comment; and WHEREAS, said Minor Amendment to a Final PUD request was considered by the Planning Commission pursuant to Section 16A-5-390 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code ("Municipal Code"); and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed the application and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff as well as the request of the applicant. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Findings 1. The applicant has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A-5- 390 of the Code to permit the Town Staff and the Planning Commission an adequate review of the proposed increase in the Floor Area Ratio. 2. All public notification requirements, as specified within Section 16A-5-60(b) of the Municipal Code, have been satisfied. 3. The application is inconsistent with the applicable review standards specified within Sections 16A-5-40(b)(2) and 16A-5-40(b)(3) of the Code. -- /S'3 PC Reso. 00-06 Page 2 Section Two: Action. The Planning Commission hereby approves the amendment request for the Fox Run Planned Unit Development to permit an increase in the Floor Area Ratio,as shown on Exhibit A. Section Three: Conditions 1. The application shall comply with the applicable review standards specified within Sections 16A-5-40(b)(2) and 16A-5-40(b)(3) of the Code. INTRODUCED, READ, AND ADOPTED on the motion of Planning Commission member Doug Faurer and the second of Planning Commission member Jim Benson by a vote of 3 in favor and 2 against, on this 1" day of March, 2000. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLAN NI COMMISSION George Hug ins, Chai / ATTEST: G� Carrie Podl, Assis 't Planning Commission Secretary CAW Documentsl PlansToxRun.00ToxRunPUDAmendmentResoluiion6Finai.F00.doc pow /S"r EXHIBIT A FOX-RU lc' .TjNUM „q -X. 39255 0.14 5000 I 4500 500 ;rt 44139 0.14 I 5000 4500 500 V.M 37676 0.14 1 5000 1 4500 500 1 37502 0.14 1 5000 1 4500 500 AwMM�r 37244 1 0.14 I 5000 1 4500 500 Z.jZ6a 37150 0.14 5000 1 4500 I 500 ,h 37954 0.14 1 5000 1 4500 500 ,Y.,M 46056 1 0.14 1 5066 1 4606 460 a I 4500 500. 10• 36034 1 0.14 1 5045 1 4500 1 545 x. aj�, °' 43264 I 0.14 5000 1 4500 I 500 �=;C 54C9i I 0.11 5500 1 5410 1 90 '.-13... 503 i 5 I 0.11 5500 I 5038 I 462 :"2_ 54988 1 0.11 5500 54Ea I 1 4937d 1 0.11 1 5431 1 4937 1 494 40753 I 0.14 1 5000 I 4500 1 500 ;; +W 47216 1 0.11 1 5194 1 4722 I 472 I :� & 46146 1 0.11 1 5076 1 4615 1 461 50437 1 0.1i 1 =500 I 5C44 I 456 i 2 3iACI 1 0.14 t 5000 1 .1500 1 500 IG1 169de i 0.11 1 5164 1 1695 1 469 12592 O.1d 5000 4500 1 500 —A m 362 1 0.14 5CC0 I 4500 500 �•ej� ^ 37252 0.'d 5ucc 4500 1 500 2� 34320 0.id 1805 4462 1 343 RECEIVED Sncw _as; Vil,aSe 9UIIClry S P1arr•!n9 deft TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 21 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE FOX RUN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT TO CREATE ADDITIONAL CALCULABLE FLOOR AREA BY INCREASING THE FLOOR AREA RATIO AS REQUESTED BY THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION. WHEREAS, Fox Run Planned Unit Development has been processed as a Minor Planned Unit Development Amendment to permit an increase in the floor area ratio, as shown on Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, amendments to the Fox Run Planned Unit Development as contained in this Ordinance are being processed under the provisions of Section 5-390 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission directed the Planning Staff to prepare this Ordinance to formalize the amendments; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the amendments and made a recommendation by resolution to the Town Council; and WHEREAS, the Town Council reviewed the recommendations of the Planning Commission meeting held on March 1, 2000; and WHEREAS, notice of a Public Hearing before Town Council to be held on April 17, 2000 was published in the Snowmass Sun, in accordance with the provisions of Sections 5-60 B.1. and 5-210 C.6. of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council received comment from the public at the Public Hearing held in accordance with the provisions of Section 5-390 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has considered the application, all relevant support materials, the report of the Town Staff, the Planning Commission recommendations, and public testimony given at the Public Hearing; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this Ordinance complies with the provisions of Section 5-390 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the procedure and requirements set forth in Section 5-390 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code have been satisfied; and OOW 45-G eamw Ordinance 21, Series of 2000 Page 2 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety, and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Amendment to Fox Run Planned Unit Development. Section 16A-5-390 Minor PUD to increase the calculable floor area is hereby amended in accordance with the Findings, Actions, and Conditions, as follows: Findings - a. The proposed amendment has been found to be consistent with the original PUD. b. The proposal will not change the basic character of the PUD or the surrounding area. c. The proposal will not have a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood surrounding the land where the amendment is proposed, or have a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting on, or across the street from, the subject property. d. The proposal is in harmony with the purposes and intent of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code and the intent of the underlying zone district. e. Subject to the conditions specified below, the application is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Section 16A-5- 390 of the Code. Action — a. The Town Council hereby approves the amendment request for the Fox Run Planned Unit Development to permit an increase in the calculable floor area, as shown on Exhibit A, subject to the five conditions in the Section below. �' /s� o / Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2000 Page 3 Conditions - a. This approval is for the specific amendments depicted in Exhibit A only. No additional modifications may be improved without further amendment approval. b. The applicant shall apply for and obtain a building permit prior to commencement of any work. c. The applicant shall adhere to the architectural design requests of the Homeowners Association and the Design Committee. d. The applicant will be required to file the amended plan and documentation for recording. e. The application shall comply with the applicable review standards specked within Sections 16A-5-40(b)(2) and 16A-5-40(b)(3) of the Code. 3. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on April 17, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of in favor and against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on May 1, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of in favor and _ against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2000 Page 4 ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk wow /Sf ' EXHIBIT A r 39255 0.14 5000 4500 500 44139 0.14 5000 4500 500 37676 0.14 5000 4500 1 500 37502 0.14 5000 4500 500 37244 0.14 5000 4500 500 37150 0.14 5000 4500 500 37954 0.14 5000 4500 500 46056 0.14 1 5066 4606 460 39490 0.11 5000 4500 500 36034 0.14 5045 4500 545 43264 0.14 5000 4500 500 54097 0.11 5500 5410 90 50375 0.11 5500 5038 462 54988 0.11 5500 5499 1 49374 0.11 5431 4937 494 40753 0.14 5000 4500 500 47216 0.11 5194 4722 472 46146 0.11 5076 4615 461 50437 0.11 5500 5044 456 37491 0.14 5000 4500 500 46946 0.11 5164 4695 469 42592 0.14 5000 4500 500 36844 0.14 5000 4500 500 37352 0.14 5000 4500 500 34320 0.14 4805 4462 343 RECEIVED JAN Snowmas; ,nl.age Building 3 °lar ing SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: 17 April, 2000 TIME: During a meeting which begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To Receive Public Comment on an application, for an Annual Temporary Use Permit, on Fanny Hill at the Mall with access from Elbert Lane, by the Snowmass Resort Association, to allow a free Summer Music Concert Series. CODE: The application will be processed as an Annual Temporary Use Permit pursuant to Section 16A-5-260 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. INFO: Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Town of Snowmass Village Community Department or by phone at (970)923-5524 during normal business hours. Written comments may be submitted to the following address: Snowmass Village Community Development Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attention: Victoria Giannola Printed in the Snowmass Sun on 12 April, 2000 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: 17 April 2000 3:00 PM in a Regular Meeting Presented By: Victoria Giannola, Planning Director Subject: Public Hearing and action on Resolution No. 19, Series of 2000, approving the free Summer Music Concert Series Annual Temporary Use Permit. Overview: (1) The Snowmass Village Community Fund held a successful 1. Background summer concert series for the previous seven years on 2. Issues Fanny Hill at the Mall. The Community Fund desires to hold another free summer concert series this year at the Mall on 3. Alternatives Fanny Hill to provide summer-time entertainment options for residents and visitors. (2) The Planning Commission reviewed the application for an Annual Temporary Use Permit on the 5th of April 2000. The Commission recommended approval of the event series. (3) Annual Temporary Use Permits are reviewed by the Planning Director, forwarded to the Planning Commission for recommendation, and rendered a final decision by the Town Council. Recommendation: Approval of Town Council Resolution No 19., Series of 2000 - /6 2 Alec. xnt Jl SNOWMASS VlI�AGE Community Development Department•Building Jlmlc1J •Natural Resource Management •Planning - 12 April 2000 Lee Ann Reed Snowmass Village Resort Association P.O. Box 6144 Snowmass Village CO 81615 RE: Summer Music Concert Series—Annual Temporary Use Permit Dear Ms. Reed: The Planning Division of the Town of Snowmass Village Community Development Department received your application for an Annual Temporary Use Permit on 11 February 2000 and determined that the application was complete on 23 March 2000. Annual Temporary Use Permits are first referred to the Planning Commission for recommendation to the Town Council,who then renders a final decision at a Regular Meeting. The applicant is proposing a free summer music concert series in the evenings from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. during the 2Z' of June through the 17r° of August 2000 at Fanny in the Snowmass Mall. Staging for the event will begin on 12 June 2000 with the erection of a tent. Annual Temporary Use Permits are renewed each year for a one-time event that is held for for a limited period. The Planning Director completed a review of the entire submission on 24 March 2000 and has rendered a determination of approval conditioned upon the following seven items as listed below, including the setup day of 12 June 2000 from 8:00 AN to 5:00 P.M. 1. The applicant (Snowmass Village Community Fund) has been conditionally approved for a Summer Music Concert Series for the dates and times as represented in Exhibit A, attached. 2. The applicant shall abide by all Town of Snowmass Village policies and regulations. 3. The Fire District, located within the Town, will be on call on the evenings of the event, and the Town of Snowmass Police Department will be present during the event evenings to ensure public safety. 4. The applicant will employ an adequate number of individuals to ensure that the event is properly orchestrated to adequately ensure public welfare. These individuals will be responsible for controlling crowds. In addition, these individuals will ensure that a clear path is maintained to access the site in case of an emergency. P.O.BOX 5010 • SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO 81615 (970)923-5524 • far (970)923-1861 • planamv.wm • www.tosv.wm / 6 .3 , -2— 12 April 2000 5. The applicant will be fully responsible for a thorough clean up of the site to ensure public health. Such cleanup will take place on the day following the evenings of the event to allow for adequate sunlight to visually check all areas for debris of any nature related to the event of the prior evenings. 6. The applicant shall adhere to all representations contained within the submission. 7. The applicant shall obtain a letter of approval to conduct the event from Mountainaire Properties, Inc. and the Sivertree Hotel, if their property will be utilized during the event. If you have any questions regarding this letter, or if the nature of the event changes, please contact me at the address or telephone number listed on the cover page. Sincerely, Victoria Giannola Planning Director CC: Art Smythe, Chief of Police, Town of Snowmass Village Police Department John Mele, Fire Marshal, Snowmass Wildcat Fire District wow MAR. 21. 2000 ::42PM SNOWMASS RESORT AaWU EXHIBIT A 11U. 10:) r. L Snowmass Village 2000 SUMMER SPECIAL EVENT CALENDAR Draft- 1117/00 June 9-23 Suzuki Institute of Music (2 Sessions) 15-18 Janus Jazz Aspen at Snowmass June Music Festival 22 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 23-25 25th Annual Snowmass Hot Air Balloon Festival - Presented by 24-25 Antique Show/Free Lift Rides/Music on the Mall-(opening summer weekend) 30. FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA �X 6 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 4 Snowmass Village Annual 4" of July Community Picnic and Fireworks 13 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 15-16 Snowmass Village Arts and Crafts Fair 20 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music. TBA 22-23 Snowmass Village Adventure Races (Tentative) 24-Aug 4 Thelonius Monk Institute Jazz colony 27 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music : TBA 29-30 Snowmass Village Antique Show August 3 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music:TBA 5-6 Snowmass Village Children and Family Festival 10 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music:TBA 12-13 Snowmass Village Arts & Crafts Fair 17 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 19 Snowmass Village Brewers Festival 26 Snowmass Village Chili Shoot-Out September 1 - 4 Janus Jazz Aspen at Snowmass Labor Day Music Festival 23-24 Snowmass Village Fall Festival-Wine Tasting (FREE Chaidift Ridesl) • CHAIR-LIFT OPERATIONS are scheduled for June 17-18 and continuously from June 24th through September 4th, from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Adult tickets are $10 and one child under 12 iE FREE when accompanied by an adult. Tickets for each additional child are $4. Multi-day lift packages are also available. Seniors 65 and older, $4. Seniors 70 and older are FREE. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION No. 19 SERIES OF 2000 • RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT TO PERMIT • SUMMER MUSIC CONCERT SERIES AT THE MALL ON FANNY HILL BY THE COMMUNITY FUND. WHEREAS, the Community Fund, event coordinator, has applied for an Annual Temporary Use Permit to permit a Summer Music Concert Series, as shown on Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, a public meeting was held before the Planning Commission on April 5`", 2000 to receive public comment; and WHEREAS, said Annual Temporary Use Permit request was considered by the Planning Commission pursuant to Section 16A-5-260 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code ("Municipal Code'); and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed the application, and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff, and recommended approval; and WHEREAS, notice of a Public Hearing to be held on April 17, 2000 was published in the Snowmass Sun, in accordance with the provisions of Sections 5-60 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council received comment from the public at the Public Hearing held in accordance with the provisions of Section 5-260 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has considered the application, all relevant support materials, the report of the Town Staff, the Planning Commission recommendation, and public testimony given at the Public Hearing; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this Resolution complies with the provisions of Section 5-260 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the procedure and requirements set forth in Section 5-260 of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code have been satisfied; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: Action: The Town Council hereby approves the Annual Temporary Use request for the Summer Music Concert Series to permit a series of events, as shown on Exhibit A, subject to the seven conditions in the Section below. Conditions: 1. The applicant (Snowmass Village Community Fund) has been conditionally approved for a Summer Music Concert Series for the dates and times as represented in Exhibit A, attached. 2. The applicant shall abide by all Town of Snowmass Village policies and regulations. 3. The Fire District, located within the Town, will be on call on the evenings of the event, and the Town of Snowmass Police Department will be present during the event evenings to ensure public safety. 4. The applicant will employ an adequate number of individuals to ensure that the event is properly orchestrated to adequately ensure public welfare. These individuals will be responsible for controlling crowds. In addition, these individuals will ensure that a clear path is maintained to access the site in case of an emergency. 5. The applicant will be fully responsible for a thorough clean up of the site to ensure public health. Such cleanup will take place on the day following the evenings of the event to allow for adequate sunlight to visually check all areas for debris of any nature related to the event of the prior evenings. 6. The applicant shall adhere to all representations contained within the submission. 7. The applicant shall obtain a letter of approval to conduct the event from Mountainaire Properties, Inc. and the Sivertree Hotel, if their property will be utilized during the event. 8. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on April 17'" , 2000 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of _ in favor and _ against. low /` '7 /. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk _ �6 � . un %. LI. LUVV Snowmass Village 2000 SUMMER SPECIAL EVENT CALENDAR Draft- 1/17/00 9-23 Suzuki Institute of Music (2 Sessions) 15-18 Janus Jazz Aspen at Snowmass June Music Festival 22 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 23-25 25th Annual Snowmass Hot Air Balloon Festival - Presented by 24-25 Antique Show/Free Lift Rides/Music on the Mall-(opening summer weekend) 30. FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA �.lJ.UL 6 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 4 Snowmass Village Annual 40 of July Community Picnic and Fireworks 13 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 15-16 Snowmass Village Arts and Crafts Fair 20 FRE= Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 22-23 Snowmass Village Adventure Races (Tentative) 24-Aug 4 Thelonius Monk Institute Jazz colony 27 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music : TBA 29-30 Snowmass Village Antique Show August 3 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music:TBA 5-6 Snowmass Villace Children and Family Festival 10 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music:TBA 12-13 Snowmass Village Arts & Crafts Fair 17 FREE Snowmass Village Summer of Music: TBA 19 Srcwr^ass Village Brewers Festival 26 Snowmass Village Chili Shcot-Cut September 1 - 4 Janus Jazz Aspen at Snowmass Labor Day Music Festival 23-24 Snowmass Village Fall Festival-Wine Tasting (FREE Chaidift Ridesl) CHAIR-LIF i OPERATICNS are scheduled fer June 17-18 and continuously from June 24th through September 4th, from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Adult tickets are $10 and one child under 12 is FREE when accompanied by an adult. Tickets for each additional child are $4. Multi-day lift packages are also available. Seniors 65 and cider, $4. Seniors 70 and older are FREE. - 40 - Staff chaiwes April 2 22000 Status Report 13,_..1' ?_P: ,!U Bullets in Italics have been previously listed State of the Town April 17, 2000 Town Council/ Town Manager Activity/StalT Manager Status Mall Transit Plaza ■ Field investigations begin Apri124 . Gary Suiter, Town Manager ■ Finalizing scope of work and contract w/Walter. ■ Council to discuss design issues and programming with Joe on April 17. Entryway Planning Project ■ Gary Suiter, Town Manager Offices at Snowmass IN Victoria is reviewing the case. Gary Suiter Town Manager's Office Activities ■ Need to reschedule Council retreat. Gary Suiter ■ Conducting outstanding employee reviews. Town Attorney Activity/Staff Manager Status Town Attorney General Activities ■ Steve Connor, Town Attorney Public Works Activity/Staff Manager Status Brush Creek Transportation ■ PitCo Open Space and Trails working in securing Corridor easements. Hunt Walker Wood Run Dumpster ■ Staff exploring site across from Site 3a. Hunt Walker ■ Staff to initiate conversation with Wood Run 5. 1 1070 Housing Housing Department Activities ■ A careless smoker started a fire on the deck of Joe Coffey Mountain View 626 on 4/5/2000. The housing staff is repairing the damage at the tenant's expense. ■ The housing staff is starting work on special projects in between work orders and apartment turnovers. ■ The housing department is advertising for a groundskeeper. ■ CTL Thompson and Joe are planning the Mountain View 300 building retaining wall repair. ■ Joe is preparing Income and Asset Guidelines for Council review on April 24. ■ There are no units currently for sale. ■ Roof replacement bids for Villas North are being reviewed. ■ Hayes Brothers painting comprZ will begin repainting Creekside on June 12 . Parcel N. Employee Housing ■ Dean Gordon will prepare an engineering proposal Joe Coffey for Parcel "N". ■ Joe and Scott are preparing a Parcel "N" RFP. ■ Floor plans will be redraw and reviewed as per Council direction. Finance Activity/Staff Manager Status Finance and Personnel Activities ■ Closing December financial statement. Marianne Rakowski ■ Preparing annual solid waste homeowner's billings. ■ Reviewing pay classification report. ■ Input budget allocation numbers by month. ■ Reviewing year-end reports. ■ Changing Novell server to Windows NT. ■ Preparing for January close. Web Page Enhancement ■ Added survey question and feedback page. Nick Tucker ■ Updated transportation w/hot buttons to maps. ■ Updating community development w/maps/closure/wildlife, etc. ■ Including recycling information brochures. ■ Updating entire interface. 2 Town Clerk Activity/Staff Manager Status Town Clerk's Office Activities ■ Organizing Town Clean-Up Day Trudi Worline ■ Working w/AAB to revise ordinance. ■ Developing ordinance for Citizen's Grants Review Board. ■ Organizing Office Clean-up Day. ■ Cross checking all 1999 documents with computer files and council packets. ■ Organizing 2 town meetings at Anderson Ranch. ■ Training newfront desk secretary. ■ Updating central file computer program. Police Manager Police Department Activities ■ A job offer has been extended to longtime local Art Smythe,Police Chief Paul "Huff'Hufnagle to fill police officer position. He will be attending the next session of the State certified police academy beginning May 15'h. Community Development Department Activity/Staft' Manager Status Community Development Director ■ Sign Code amendment denied by to Pitkin County Activities Planning and Zoning Commission on 4/4 and will Craig Thompson go before the BOCC on 4/26 and 5110. ■ Attended Water& Sanitation Board meeting on 4/11. Environmental and Wildlife Activities Activity/Staff Manager Status Aspen Ski Co. Environmental ■ New group meeting for the second time to prioritize Advising Committee issues they'd like to work with SkiCo on. Top Dawn Keating issues were snowmaking Wildlife Plans for all 4 mountains and Green Building @ Base Village. Bears ■ From April 15 to November 15, the Town's Wildlife Dawn Keating Protection Ordinance is in effect. It requires all trash containers& bird feeders to be bear-proof. 3 1 ,Z MW Brush Creek Field Guide ■ Staff preparing contract with Janis Huggins and Dawn Keating request to SkiCo for mitigation fund monies. Droste Conservation Easement ■ Staff attended meeting with Pitkin County to review Dawn Keating documents & prioritize projects. Installation or irrigation system in hay meadows & control of weeks will be priority for 2000. Site visit scheduled for May 3 to also being baseline documentation of existing conditions. Owl Creek Road ■ Staff will install the temporary barricades & signs Dawn Keating on Owl Creek Road urging motorists to avoid the road from May 1 to June 1. SLC and ASC WEMPS ■ April 17 meeting rescheduled for May 1 Council to Dawn Keating review annual WEMPS. Staff will provide comments. Trail Closures ■ Spring closures of the East Village trails will occur Dawn Keating from April 25 to June 20. Staff will close gates on April 25`h. Community Enhancement Projects Activity/Staff Manager Status Art Work/interpretive Signage for ■ Kick-off meeting 4/14 with OTAK&TOSV staff. Brush Creek ■ Pick the type of signage material to use and look at Bernadette Barthelenghi the narrative. ■ Researched all different types of material longevity, costs and style. Brush Creek ■ Project coordinating w/OTAK. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Wetland & Planting Plan to be done in-house. Rocky Mountain National Park to grow plants for US. ■ Permit has been submitted to Corp of Engineers. ■ Searching for a stockpile location- still looking at costs for stockpile locations CDOT changed their mind about using Transit Center. Picnic Shelter ■ Receiving costs on customizing prefab structures. Bernadette Barthelenghi 4 / 7.Y �- Plans & Policy Development Activity/Staff Manager Status Affordable Housing Mitigation ■ Draft employee figures for land uses in mitigation Leslie Klusmire/Joe Coffey formula to be presented to Council April 3rd Census 2000 ■ Will contact Local Census Representative regarding Victoria Giannola poor return rate and potential PR measures. Environmental Foundation Grant ■ Grant submitted for $15,000. SkiCo is very Bernadette Barthelenghi interested in the wetlands planting design. Floor Area Excise Tax ■ Series of policy questions for Council Victoria Giannola consideration. ■ Prepared one-age summary of excise tax for mail- out to contractors, architects, attorneys and real estate agents. Council will set additional policies on April 17. GOCO Grant ■ GOCO grant application due 3/3 for stream Dean Stahman restoration trail/park at Seasons Four condos. ■ Grant pending. ■ Need easement agreement with Seasons Four. ■ Seasons Four board meeting 4/12. Greenway Master Plan ■ Request consultant to submit work for review by Bernadette Barthelenghi Town. Land Use Code Amendments ■ Oversee staff and planning commission comments Victoria Giannola on Article V and Article IV. ■ Staff met on amendments to Article V. Pre-Sketch Plan ■ A joint meeting will be required w/Council & Victoria Giannola Commission. Trails Planning ■ April 18s'next meeting. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Working on a trail improvement program for construction this summer. ■ Working on a signage implementation program to be installed this summer. ■ Cost estimating for map printing this June. Watershed Management Plan ■ Scopingfor Phase 11 ofproject has been completed. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Final sampling event will occur in April. 5 .. / 79/- Major Development Review Update Project / Manager Update The Timbers at Snowmass ■ Shoring wall Ordinance 2 reading April 17. Chris Conrad Seven * Ranch ■ Extension granted to March 20th. Council action Gary Suiter/Steve Connor needs to be taken on 20'h on another extension. Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch ■ The applicant gave a presentation to both he Plan Council & Commission on the Sketch plan. Victoria Giannola Council directed the Commission to explore a variety of community benefit options. Minor Development Review Update ASC Ski School Building ■ SPA Amendment. Dave Ellis ■ Application received& deemed incomplete 8119199. ■ Waiting for title certificate and owner consent. ■ No response to TOSV follow-up 1/19 and 2/29. Nature Center ■ 2"d reading of ordinance accepting the wildlife Chris Conrad report and adopting mitigation and enhancement plan to occur April 17. Tamarack Minor ■ Minor addition to create new office space and Chris Conrad improve pool locker rooms. Pre-application conference occurred. Application to be submitted shortly. Woodrun Place#34 ■ Preparing ordinance of Council action for I"and Victoria Giannola 2"d reading. Scheduled for Council action on April 17. 6 07S� mom Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance Administrative Modifications ■ Approved Lot 47 ,Pines ■ Approved Lot 36, Two Creeks. ■ Snowmass Water Sanitation District Employee Housing, Governmental SPA. Special Review ■ Sprint Spectrum Cells Site at Rodeo Grounds special review app for outdoor transmitter equipment area and arena light pole antenna attachment April 5. Approved by PC. Variances ■ Lot 64, Horse Ranch—completed. ■ Approved Lot 24,Ridge Run IV—continued to 4/5. ■ Lot 44, Two Creeks—to PC 4/19. ■ Lot 44, Pines—Planning Commission 4/19. ■ Approved Lot 50,Ridge Run III—PC 4/5. ■ Lot 5, Two Creeks-PC 5/17. Enforcement Update Project / Manager Update ASC Control Building Compliance ■ SPA amend. Application is incomplete. Dave Ellis Brush Creek Offices ■ Draft an agreement to resolve the land use disputes Victoria Giannola between Brush Creek Offices and Woodbridge Homeowners. Gracie's Cabin PUD & Plat ■ Preparing final Subdivision Improvement Victoria Giannola Agreement with extension of vesting date. Research ■ Determine zoning status of Cafe Inc. cart on mall. Chris Conrad ■ Determine Zoning status ofpopcorn wagon and service area on mall. ■ Determine outstanding PUD's& Building Permit matters regarding Snowmass Chapel. 7 -oow / ~ Pending Update Project / Manager Update AT & T Cell Site @ Timberline ■ Pre-application conference held. Maintenance Building ■ Amended lease required, Town-owned land. Chris Conrad ■ SPA modification application submitted. Snowmass Real Estate Expansion ■ No application received at this time. Chris Conrad ■ Applicant considering whether to submit sketch plan application. Snowmass Water& Sanitation ■ Possible re-zoning ofall Water& Sanitation Chris Conrad parcels to PUB—Public along w/possible employee housing project ■ Preliminary discussions occurred—No application received at this time. Timberline Meeting Room & Pool ■ Below grade facility adjacent to pool. Facilities Building ■ Work session April 24' Chris Conrad ■ I"reading May 1. Wildcat Ranch ■ Modification of building envelope to enable new Chris Conrad maintenance facility within ranch manager's parcel ■ Application received at this time. Project Update Coordination-Gary Suiter 923-3777 ext. 206 Public Works-Hunt Walker 923-5110 Housing-Joe Coffey 923-2360 Community Development-Thompson/Giannola/ConradBarthelenghi/Keating/Ellis/Stahman/Gaunt 923-5524 Town Clerk -Trudl Worline 923-3777 Finance-Marianne Rakowski 923-3796 Police Chief-Art Smythe 923-5330 8 7 wow Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday I Thursday Friday Saturday April 2 000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 TOWN 2:OOPM-TC MEETING TOWN WS 12:00 NOON- MEETING 5:30 Schermer Mtg. P.M.- 4:OOPM-TC Hall-Anderson Schermer Mtg. Reg. Ranch Hall- EOTC-4pm- Anderson TOSV Ranch 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 2:OOPM-TC 2:OOPM-W&S WS AND JOINT MTG. SPECIAL @ WATER& MEETING SAN. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 1:OOPM-TC WS 3:OOPM-TC Reg. 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2:OOPM-TC WS 30 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday May 2000 1 2 ' 3 4 5 6 2:00 TC W.S. 4:00 TC REG 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 I I i I 1-- 15 X16 X17 18 I19 20--- ICI i � I ICI 21 22 23 24 25 26 _ 27 I i I � I II 28 29 30 31 MEMORIAL 2:00 TC W.S. DAY 4:00 TC Reg. sow I I' it I / 79 - Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza Conceptual Design Alternative J- Revision 3 17 April 2000 Page 2 of 3 Lower Parking Plaza The Lower Parking Plaza has been refined to provide 90 degree parking and a ramp that does not provide parking along it. This change realized an increase in parking, but at the cost of some efficiency of parking access. The total estimate of parking amounts to 302 spaces. The Lower Parking Plaza will consist of three levels. Vehicle access to Level 1 is provided from Lower Snowmelt Road opposite Campground Lane. There is no internal connection for vehicles between Level 1 and the other levels. Level 2 is accessed by an internal ramp from Level 3, which also accommodates parking. Level 3 is accessed from the outer portion of Relocated Snowmelt Road. The parking displaced in Lots 3 through 7 by the Transit Plaza and the Lower Parking Plaza amounts to 238 spaces. The Lower Parking Plaza, considering the three levels shown, includes approximately 302 spaces, thereby replacing all of the displaced spaces and provides additional parking. As the design advances, consideration will be given to costs of excavation and support to construct the parking structure, which may reduce the amount of parking spaces. The design is conservative enough at this point, that in all cases, the structure can accommodate the displaced parking of 238 spaces. Kiss-n-Ride and Short-Term Parking The kiss-n-ride and short-term parking would be located on Level 3 with direct vehicle access to and from Relocated Snowmelt Road to make it convenient for drivers, and at- grade access (following an elevator ride) to the Mall area to make it convenient for pedestrians. The current design shows approximately 170 feet of curb for kiss-n-ride operations. The number of short-term parking spaces is flexible and is a function of how the spaces on Level 3 are administered. Pedestrian Level The pedestrian level consists of a crescent shaped bridge, approximately 20-25 feet in width, which spans over the transit plaza, kiss-n-ride, and parking structure in Lots 4 and 5. The bridge is connected to the Mall with a deck approximately 130 feet wide. The deck and the bridge are at Mall elevation (8600). A moving ramp, elevator, and stairs provide access to the transit level. An escalator and elevator provides access to the kiss-n-ride and short term parking. Stairs and elevator provide access to all levels of parking in Lots 4 and 5. The elevator can be housed in a tower, which can provide for an entrance icon. Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza Conceptual Design Alternative J- Revision 3 17 April 2000 Page 3 of 3 Upper Parking Plaza The Upper Parking Plaza has been designed to take advantage of the terrain and minimize the overall cost of the structure. The structure is limited to Lots 8 and 9. Three levels are shown, each that hold approximately 108 spaces, for a total of 324 parking spaces. Considering the loss of 146 spaces in Lots 8 and 9 for the structure, 178 net new spaces are realized. Access to the parking levels is made off Snowmelt Road. No internal ramps are utilized. In order to accommodate this access arrangement, the lowest level of parking is required at 8635 feet. This allows access off Snowmelt Road at a distance from Elbert Lane that provides the minimum sight distance. Any lowering of the structure may require internal ramps for access. Access from the Mall area to the Upper Parking Structure is made through an 80 foot underpass of extended Elbert Lane. The underpass connects to an elevator that rises through the levels of parking. The underpass elevation is at the Pedestrian Level elevation of approximately 8600 feet, requiring a 35 foot extension of the parking structure elevator to meet the underpass. Special design consideration may be required for this extension. An alternate to this access, would be an elevator at the Mall connecting to a pedestrian bridge over extended Elbert Lane. Plan Sheets Attached to this memo are six plan sheets showing the design. Elevations are conceptual and based upon the best available mapping at this time and will be verified once the final surveying and mapping is complete in late May. Utility locations and right-of-way issues will be addressed during the survey and mapping stages as well. a t V April 17, 2000 Town of Snowmass Village Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Council Members: The major decisions before you will have long-lasting effects to the whole community. If this is a time for brain-storming, I ask that you consider each of the following: 1. Prevent cars from traveling through the entire village, causing dust and pollution. a. Place parking structure at rodeo ground. b. Bus or gondola visitors to Base Village. 2. Consider doing away with the entire mall. It is tired and well worn. Compensate owners by zoning the land for a hotel and/or condos. 3. Concentrate the new Snowmass business center at the Base Village and the present Village Market area. 4. Move the Post Office away from its present congested area. These are suggestions for long-range planning and should seriously be considered as alternatives to your present thinking on these matters. Thank you, e Young .O. Box 5849 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ASPEN SKIING COMPANY April 29, 1999 James F. Wells Snowmass Nature Center P.O. Box 6891 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Reference: Request for Overflow Parking Two Creeks Parking Area Dear Jim, We understand that some of the programs offered by the Snowmass Nature Center may require additional parking spaces from time to time. And, we also recognize this need is most likely to occur in the evenings or during the summer months. With that in mind,we see no problem allowing patrons to park in the Two Creeks lot for overflow parking Providing it does not interfere with any operations of our company. r Sincerely, General Doug M c�'kertzie General Manager Snowmass Ski Area 1 i Pat Ofire Box 1248 -Aspen, CO 81612 970.925.1220 annya q e0>�c� wwvskinspcn.tom � o Io I I East Village .pul ED I I: I. `Two•Creek h Fines I • I I - i j �I I , SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER STUDY even Star fdanch Owl Greek Ranch II o o - \ ` I Meadow.. Sdbdiv 1. �.. t i Mandalay, oft LOT 1 LR 11 1' L.eT �c L.T 1t Gu r FAm" y,A.ot plit N 0 r'r"• ::�r.��:.`+ I Ct_C — '7— c Little Red Schoolhouse Educational Center �- December 17. 1998 -----_ Board of Directors Snowmass Homeowners Association Dear Board of Directors; The Little Red Schoolhouse enthusiastically supports the Snowmass Nature Center! We are thrilled with the prospect of a center devoted to the study and appreciation of the unique environment of Snowmass Village. Over the last year we have been striving to develop an environmental education program to address the ecosystem of Snowmass Village. We hope to work closely with the Nature Center in a variety of capacities and are certain that the Center will be a prime destination for many Little Red Schoolhouse field trips! Please help to support this noble and worthwhile project. The Snowmass Nature Center will help locals and visitors alike to understand and appreciate the beautiful area in which we are fortunate enough to live. ^Sincerely, Jenifer Ball Administrative Director Post Office Box 6385 • Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Little?ZedSc(roolfwuse • Phone (970) 923-3756 • Fax(97o)923-5020 HilfurAnderson Toddler Center • P(:one/jaz(970) 923-5020 _ -- snowmassw January 22, 1999 Snowmass Nature Center P.O. Box 6891 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Snowmass Nature Center Committee, As Snowmass Village (and indeed, the entire Roaring Fork Valley) reaches build out, it becomes ever more important that the residents understand the delicate balance of the ecosystem in which we live. Recent encounters here in Snowmass Village with black bears, the long and heated debate over snowmaking with water from the Snowmass Creek, and the controversial passage of ordinance 9 approving additional ski development on Burnt Mountain, are all examples of this delicate balance. As the Marketing entity for Snowmass Village, the Snowmass Village Resort Association takes a keen interest in ensuring that we maintain our pristine environment for the enjoyment of our guests and local residents alike. It is clearly our most important asset and the reason people come to visit Snowmass Village, both winter and summer. A nature center here in Snowmass Village, to help educate both local residents and our guests as to the wonders of nature and the natural wildlife of the surrounding area, would be a tremendous asset in marketing the Village. Continued education as to how we may co-exist in such an environment, without adversely affecting its natural beauty and the delicate balance of its ecosystem, will be a welcome addition to the many services we already provide as a mountain destination resort. Sincerely, _ F. Terry Hunt, CHA President Snowmass Village Resort Association FTH/da Post Offir& Rnr 9966 S . Doll/O�IIAlVHI `7 1 Alpine Bank y. ® ' Snowmass Village tDecember 16, 1998 ^ `q'Whom It May Concern: ti kThe intent of this letter is to express the full support of the Snowmass Nature Center b• v�:,... . . P PP Y _ .—pine Bank. On July 25, 1998, we raised in excess of$5,000.00 from the Silent Auction "f ewe held in conjunction with our "Customer Appreciation" evening. These proceeds were s donated.in full to the Nature Center. ,Kr Alpine.Bank believes the Snowmass Nature Center will be a wonderful asset to our community. ;':,Stncerely, , y�yl L6u� Sheri Smith`. Senior Vice President f N/S , F rri^ nom^ �M yam;e1�:'•-,-'-_ - K • a +t1ik Ww".2 B x 5490 15 Kearns Road•Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615•(970)923.3600• FAX (970) 923-6973 y E-Mail: alpine 0alpinebankcom W � �cn�:= �Recycled ape A*\ ASPEN SKIING C O.MPANY April 20, 1999 To whom it may concern: Most recently Aspen Skiing Company won the Times Mirror 1999 Golden Eagle Award for Overall Environmental Excellence in the skiing industry. We also won the 1999 Silver Eagle Award for Excellence in Environmental Education for our on-mountain programs administered by the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES). We are proud of the success we've had with our environmental education programs on our mountains and our partnership with ACES. Environmental education is an important part of the experience we try to give our guests. 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Fri 3117/00 26 Alternative J Layout Mon 3 120 100 Fri 4/14/00 27 Preliminary Grading&Drainage Mon 4/17100 Fri 4/28100 28 Preliminary Design Details-Structures Fri 4/28100 Thu 5/11/00 29 Preliminary Cost Estimate Fri 5/12/00'. Thu 5125/00 30 Final Conceptual Layout/Grading/Drainage Mon 6/5/00 Mon 6/19/00 31 Final Conceptual Design &Cost Estimate Mon 615/00 Mon 6/19/00 i 32 Conceptual Design Completion Tue 6120100' Mon 7117100 i Task Milestone Snowmass Village Transit&Parking Plaza Progress Baseline Milestone Final Conceptual Design&Field Investigations Tue 4/11100 Baseline Summary -;, A rll May June Ju Au uat ! 1g 26 2 9 16 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 2 9 16 23 30 6 13 20 1 27 Final Conceptual Design Functional Aspects — Mass &Scale Architecture Renderings&Animation Preliminary Conceptual Layout Final Conceptual Layout Field Investigations Surveying &Mapping Utility Locations Right-of-Way Investigations Geotechnlcal Investigations Conceptual Layouts 9 Layout B Layout C Layout :-_native D Layout; native E Layout; =_mative F Layout; .amative G Layout. Alternative H;Layout Alternative 14ayout Alternative J Layout Preliminary Grading &Drainage Preliminary Design Details-Structures Preliminary Cost Estimate Final Conceptual Layout I Grading I Drainage Final Conceptual Design &Oost Estimate Conceptual Design Completio Rolled Up Task Rolled Up Baseline Roiled Up Milestone Rolled Up Baseline Milestone ! Baseline Summary "u Rolled Up Progress a February ID Task Name Start Finish 16 23 30 6 13 20 27 33 Town Staff Meetings Thu 1120100 Thu 611100 - - 34 Partnership&Staff Kickoff Meeting Thu 1/20/00 Thu 1/20/00 ' Partnership &Staff Kickoff Meeting 36 Parking Requirements Staff Meeting Thu 1/27/00 Thu 1/27/00 parking Requirements Staff W 36 Functional Aspects Staff Meeting Thu 2/10/00 Thu 2/10/00 Functional Aspects 37 Partnership&Staff Meeting Thu 2/24100 Thu 2/24/00 Partnemhi; 39 Mass&Scale Staff Meeting Thu 3/9/00 Thu 3/9100 39 Architecture Staff Meeting Thu 3/23/00 Thu 3123/00 40 Partnership&Staff Meeting Thu 3/30/00 Thu 3130/00 41 Field Investigations Kickoff Staff Meeting Thu 4/13/00 Thu 4/13/00 42 Conceptual Layout Staff Meeting Tue 4118/00 Tue 4/18/00 43 Final Conceptual Design Staff Meeting Thu 5/18100 Thu 5118/00 « Field Investigations Staff Meeting Thu 6/25100" Thu 5/25/00 46 Partnership&Staff Meeting Thu 6/1/00 Thu 6/1/00 46 Town Council Meetings Mon 217100 Mon 6119100 47 Parking Requirements Council Meeting Mon 2!7/00 Mon 217/00 { Parking Requirement- 46 Functional Aspects Council Meeting Mon 2121/00 Mon 2/21/00 Functional 49 Mass&Scale Council Meeting Mon 3/20/00 Mon 3120/00 6o Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 4/3/00 Mon 4/3/00 61 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 4/10100 Mon 4/10/00 62 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 4/17/00 Mon 4117/00 63 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 5/1/00 Mon 5/1/00 64 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Tue 5 130/00 Tue 5/30/00 66 Preliminary Conceptual Design Presentation Mon 6/5/00 Mon 6/5/00 66 Final Conceptual Design- Presentation Mon 6/19/00 Mon 6119/00 67 Decision Matrix Mon 217100 Mon 6119100 = 68 Parking Requirements Decision Mon 217/00 Mon 2!7/00 Parking Requirement 69 Functional Aspects Decision Mon 4/17/00 Mon 4/17/00 60 Mass&Scale Decision Mon 4/17/00 Mon 4/17/00 61 Architecture Decision Mon 4117/00 Mon 4/17/00 62 Conceptual Layout Decision Mon 4/17/00 Mon 4117100 63 Project Go/NoGo Decision Mon 6/19/00 Mon 6/19100 Task Milestone Snowmass Village Transit&Parking Plaza Progress Baseline Milestone Final Conceptual Design&Field Investigations - Tue4/11/00 Baseline ® Summary April May June Jul August I 79 26 2 9 16 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 17 18 25 2 9 16 23 30 6 13 2n 27 Town Staff Meetings _. g Meeting Staff Meeting &Scale Staff Meeting Architecture Staff Meeting 1 Partnership&Staff Meeting Field Investigations Kickoff Staff Meeting o Conceptual Layout Staff Meeting o Final Conceptual Design Staff Meeting Field Investigations Staff Meeting a p Partnership &Staff Meeting own Council Meetings ouncil Meeting Inects Council Meeting Mass Scale Council Meeting Coriceptual Layout Council Worksession i Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Conceptual Layout Council Worksession i Conceptual Layout Council Worksession ;Conceptual Layout Council Worksession' Preliminary Conceptual Design Presentation Final Conceptual Design -Presentation ecision Matrix Decision Functional Aspects Decision Mass&Scale Decision p Architecture Decision © I Conceptual Layout Decision Project Go/NoGo Decision Rolled Up Task Rolled Up Baseline Rolled Up Milestone Rolled Up Baseline Milestone Baseline Summary Rolled Up Progress -