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06-05-00 Town Council Packet r - r l, d i3 WAWM . SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION 06-05-2000 2:00 — 2:30 P.M. BUDGET UPDATE -- Marianne Rakowski.........................................................Page 1 2:30—2:40 SNOWCAT PURCHASE RECOMMENDATION -- Ben Dodge......................................................................Page 6 2:40 — 3:25 2000 AND 2001 PARKING REGULATIONS AND PARKING PLAN DISCUSSION -- David Peckler..................................................................Page 7 3:25 —4:25 MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION -- Joe Kracum/Ben Wood/Dick Bauman...........................Page 16 4:25 —4:30 BREAK ..............................................................................� SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING JUNE 5, 2000 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:30 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 3: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 13, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND SECOND READING ACTION ON AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TIMBERLINE CONDOMINIUM MAINTENANCE FACILITY S.P.A. TO PERMIT A 264 SQ. FT. ADDITION TO THE BUILDING LOCATED IN TOWN PARKING LOT 13 FOR EXPANDED WIRELESS SERVICE FACILITIES. -- Chris Conrad..................................................................... Pages 17,18 Item No. 4: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 07, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND FIRST READING ACTION ON AN ORDINANCE APPROVING REVISIONS TO ARTICLE IV OF THE LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT CODE. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO r ATTEND AND COMMENT (Public Hearing continued and First Reading tabled from 05-01-00) -- Craig Thompson ............................................................... Pages 19,20 Item No. 5: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE CITIZENS GRANT REVIEW BOARD (CGRB) AND SPECIFYING ITS DUTIES AND POWERS. -- Gary Suiter...............................................................................Page 23 Item No. 6: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 16, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING FINAL PLAT, AND GRANTING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION TO PERMIT CONDOMINIUMIZATION, INCLUDING A TIME-SHARE REGIME, OF THE PROJECT. -- Chris Conrad............................................................................Page 27 Item No. 7: RESOLUTION NO. 22, SERIES OF 2000 EOTC COMMITMENT TO '/2-PERCENT TRANSIT TAX -- Gary Suiter...............................................................................Page 36 Item No. 8: DISCUSSION 2000 SUMMER ROAD FUND PROJECTS -- Hunt Walker.............................................................................Page 39 Item No. 9: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORT/COUNCIL COMMENTS Item No. 10: CALENDARS ...............................................................................Page 43 Item No. 11: 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. COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: ,rune 5, 2000 By: Marianne Rakowski Staff: Marianne Rakowski Subject: 1999 Year-end Report and 2000 Budget Update Overview: Attached is a summary of the 1999 year-end figures and the 2000 budget revisions for the General Fund. A summary of variances is included for both the 1999 year-end figures and the 2000 budget revisions for the General Fund revenue categories and department expenditures. Town staff reviewed the 2000 budget revisions in May. Each department was requested to review their 2000 year-to-date activity and to come to the meeting with any budget adjustments that they anticipated. We reviewed and agreed upon the town and county sales tax revisions and other revenue lines affected by the 1999-2000 ski season. The 2000 General Fund budgeted revenues were reduced by $352,061. The 2000 General Fund expenditures were reduced by $189,959. We increased the employee housing expenditure line to $100,000 to account for the Parcel 'N' expenditures. To offset the Parcel 'N' expenditures, we reduced the Housing Reserve appropriation by $100,000 (leaving a balance of$19,462). The 2000 revised budget is shown to you without the $30,000 contribution for the Rodeo, so that Council could easily discern the changes in the 2000 budget due to operating changes. The $30,000 rodeo contribution will come from the $284,830 balance in the 2000 Funds Available line; thereby reducing this line to $254,830. Financial Summary: The 1999 General Fund year-end carryover (fund balance) increased by $263,879 from the revised budget. Of the $263,879; $162,102 was used to help balance the 2000 budget; $19,462 was allocated to the Employee Housing Reserve; $6,311 was allocated to the Open Space Reserve and the balance of$76,003 was allocated to the funds available line. COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Page 2 Staff Recommendation: Review the attached summary report. No action is required at this time. Staff is prepared to operate under the attached 2000 revised budget. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL FUND BUDGET SUMMARY 1999 2000 1998 1999 1999 $ 2000 2000 $ BUDGET SVMMARY ACTUAL pvwET ACIVAL VARIAN F @yp(.- REVISED FIANCE BEGINNING CARRYOVER $ 3,948,99421 $ 4,203.74807 $ 4203,748.07 S - $ 4,276,03007 $ 6,015.21808 $ 1,738,388.01 REVENUES $ 7,195,006.43 $ 7,633,447,00 $ 7.54 7,261.96 E (86,185.04) $ 8,076,M 00 $ 7,72398500 $ (352,061.00) OPERATING E%PENDI TUBES $ (6,355,56452) $ (7,000.71000) $ (6,730,645.17) $ 350.064.83 $ (7.704.00500) $ (7,514,M 00) $ 189,959.00 OTHER EXPENDITURES' COMMUNITY PARK $ (13,937.26) $ - $ - 5 $ (110,000.00) $ (11000000) S RODEOPARK S (5,31019) $ - $ $ - $ $ - S - CAPEQUIPRESERVE S (%5,H0.50) $ (130,024.00) E (130.02400) $ - $ (395,966.00) E (395,96600) $ - EM OYEE HOUSING EXPENDITURES $ - $ (349631.00) $ (349631.20) $ (0.20) $ - $ (100,000.00) $ (100,00000) DR05TE LAM PVRCHASE/BOND COSTS $ (7,675946.00) $ (7.675946.33) $ (0.33) $ - $ - $ - DROSTEBONDPROCEEDS $ 7.150A5500 $ ?150,454.75 $ (025) $ - E - $ - DROSTE-PITKIN CTY OPEN SPACE CONTRBTN $ 2,000000.00 $ 2,000.000.00 $ - $ $ - $ NET REVENUE/EXPENDITURES $ 254,753.86 $ 1547,59100 $ /81/47001 $ 263,079.01 E (133,92500) E (396027.00) $ (262102.00) SRA LEASE INCOME $ 743.689.80 $ 72915500 E 729,43207 E (322.93) $ 739,80300 $ 739,803.00 $ TRANSFER OUT-DEBT SERVICE FUND $ (743,689.80) E (729.75500) $ (729,432.07) $ 32293 E (739,80300) $ (739,803.00) $ ENDING CARRYOVER E 4,203,74807 $ 5,751339.07 $ 6015,21808 $ 263,879.01 $ 4,142,905.07 $ 5,619.191.00 $ 1,06,28601 BVDGET APPROPRIATIONS 1999 2000 1996 1999 1999 $ 2000 2000 $ AMA BYDGET ACTUAL VARIANCE BUDGET REVISER YARINi4E DESIGNATIONS/RESERVES' INVENTORY $ 145,59653 S 140,000.00 f 157,61374 E 17,613,74 S 140000.00 $ 140.000.00 $ PREPAID EXPENSES $ 38,631.49 S 50.000.00 $ 105,863.21 $ 55,063.21 $ 50.000.00 $ 50.000.00 $ - ECONOMICRESERVE $ 388,059.49 $ 376,13800 $ 304,93099 $ 879299 $ 328,390.00 $ 320,390.0D $ EMERGENCY CONIINGEN $ 211,940.51 $ 223,862.00 $ 215.069.01 $ (8,79299) $ 271,610.00 $ 271,61000 $ CAPITAL EQUIP RESERVE $ 1,815,02400 $ 2,37623100 $ 2,376.23100 $ - $ 2,634,07800 S 2,634,078 00 $ - COMMUNITYPARK $ 97,500.00 $ 110,000.00 $ 110,000.00 $ - $ - S - $ - TOILETREPLACEMENT $ 10.746.52 $ - $ - $ - $ 1 - $ SWIMMING POOL $ 00,000.00 $ 290.000.00 $ 290.000.00 B - E 410.000.00 $ 410,000.00 $ HOUSING RESERVE $ $ - $ 19,46243 $ 19,462.43 $ 100,000.00 S 19.46243 $ (80.537.57) OPEN SPACE/DROSTE BONDS $ $ 1.474509.00 $ 1,480,820.32 $ 6,311.32 $ - S 1,480,820.32 $ 1,480.82032 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS $ 2.8n.496 $ 5.040,740.00 E 5.139.990.70 $ 99.25DY0 E 3 934,078.00 $ 5,334,360.75 $ 1.400,282.75 FUNDS AVAILABLE: $ 1,326,249.53 $ 710,599.07 E 075.22738 $ 164.628.31 8 208,827.07 $ 284,83033 $ 76,00326 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS A FUNDS AVAILABLE $ 4,20374607 $ 5,751,33907 $ 6,015.218.08 $ 263.879.01 $ 4,142,905.07 $ 5,619,19108 $ 1,06,286.01 3 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERALFUND (l minus figures are unfavorable GENERAL FUND REVENUES BYCATEGORY 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 REVENUES BUDGET ACTUAL VARIANCE PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE TAXES $ 4,331,188.00 $ 4,297,47106 $ (33,714.94) $ 4,452,418.00 $ 4,213,318.00 $ (239,100.00) INTERGOVT REVENUE $ 170,584.00 $ 168,931.78 $ (1,652.22) $ 180.971.00 $ 180,971.00 $ - LICENSES/PERMITS $ 315,551.00 $ 320.517.13 $ 4,966.13 $ 553,627.00 $ 553.627.00 $ - FEES $ 1,031,727.00 $ 1,044,151.42 $ 12.424.42 $ 1,148,025.00 $ 1,121,476.00 $ (28,549.00) FINES AND FORFEITS $ 44,950.00 $ 46,185.00 $ 1,235.00 $ 44,700.00 $ 44,700.00 $ - CONTRIBUTIONS $ 870,058.00 $ 780,051.34 $ (90,006.66) $ 8213,203.00 $ 739.791.00 $ (86,412.00) MISCELLANEOUS $ 245,204.00 $ 251,572.59 $ 6,368.59 $ 245,552.00 $ 245,552.00 S - TRANSFR FROM OTHER FUNDS $ 614,985.00 $ 627,963.88 $ 12.978.88 $ 619,750.00 $ 619,750.00 $ - OTHERFINANCINGSOURCES $ 8,700.00 $ 9,915.76 $ 1,215.76 $ 4,700.00 $ 4,700.00 $ - SALE OF ASSETS $ 500.00 $ 500.00 $ - $ 100.00 $ 100.00 $ Sub-Total $ 7,633,447.00 $ 7,547,261.96 $ (86,185.04) $ 8,076,046.00 $ 7,723.985.00 $ (352,061.00) Droste Conservation Easement $ 7,150.455.00 $ 7,150,454.75 Pitkin County Contribution-Droste $ 2,000,000.00 $ 2,000,000.00 SRA Lease Payment $ 729,755 00 $ 729,432.07 $ (322.93) $ 739,80100 $ 739,803.00 $ - GRANDTOTAL $ 17,513,857.00 $ 17427,148,78 $ 86,507.97 $ 8,815849.00 $ 8463,788.00 $ 352061.00 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 DEPARTMENT/DIVISION BUDGET ACTUAL VARIANCE PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE TOWN COUNCIL $ 580,056.00 $ 474,409.95 $ 105,646.05 $ 530,172.00 $ 530.172.00 $ TOWN MANAGER $ 213,844.00 $ 176,882,24 $ 36,961.76 $ 225,106.00 $ 224,106.00 $ 1,000.00 TOWN CLERK $ 571,324.00 $ 537,939.50 $ 33,384.50 $ 625,738.00 $ 619,738.00 $ 6,000.00 FINANCE $ 441,109.00 $ 421,078.00 $ 20,031.00 $ 478,448.00 $ 483,089.00 $ (4,641.00) PLANNING AND BUILDING $ 648,827.00 $ 644,810.34 $ 4,016.66 $ 824,932.00 $ 802,832.00 $ 22,100.00 PUBLIC SAFETY $ 890,025.00 $ 887,942.38 $ 2,082.62 $ 969,936.00 $ 958,436.00 $ 11,500.00 PUBLIC WORKS/ADMIN $ 138,478.00 $ 132,350.21 $ 6.125.79 $ 134,863.00 $ 134,863.00 $ - PUBLIC WORKS/ROAD $ 732,805.00 $ 716,529.89 $ 16,275.11 $ 816,318.00 $ 800.318,00 $ 16,000.00 PUBLIC WORKS/SOLID WASTE $ 581,508.00 $ 566,826.89 $ 14,681.11 $ 539,572.00 $ 431,572.00 $ 108,000.00 PUBLIC WORKS/SHOP $ 346,235.00 $ 339,030.60 $ 7,204.40 $ 426,594.00 $ 426,594.00 $ - PUBLIC WORKS/TRANSP $ 1,693,168.00 $ 1,593,645.31 $ 99,522.69 $ 1,844,248.00 $ 1,824,248.00 $ 20,000.00 PUBLIC WORKS/PARKS,TRAILS,REC $ 243,333.00 $ 239,199.86 $ 4,133.14 $ 288,078.00 $ 278,078.00 $ 10,000.00 Sub-Total $ 7,080,710.00 $ 6,730,645.17 $ 350,064.83 $ 7,704,005.00 $ 7,514,046.00 $ 189,959.00 TRANSFERS OUT. Debt Service Fund $ 729,755.00 $ 729,432.07 $ 322.93 $ 739,803.00 $ 739,803.00 $ - Sub-Total $ 729.755.00 $ 729,432.07 $ 322.93 $ 739.803.00 $ 739,803.00 $ - OTHER EXPENDITURES- Community Park $ - $ - $ - $ 110,000.00 $ 110,000.00 $ - Employee Housing Expenditures $ 349,631.00 $ 349.631.20 $ (0.20) $ - $ 100,000.00 $ (100,000.00) Droste-Conservation Easement $ 7,675,946.00 $ 7,675,946.33 $ - $ - $ - Capital Reserves S 130,024.00 $ 130,024.00 S - $ 395,966.00 $ 395,966.00 $ - Sub-Total $ 8,155,601.00 $ 8,155,601.53 $ (0.20) $ 505,966.00 $ 605,966.00 $ (100,000.00) GRAND TOTAL S 15 966,066.00 $ 15,615,678.77 $ 350,387.56 $ 8,949 774.00 $ 8,8 9 815.00 $ 89 959.00 q TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN SALES TAX •TM 2000 Vrk.solutions so4npra 1999 acbnl b 2000 m .nod. ••TM 2000 VrWw calumny mngr+2000 budget 6o 2000 reWad HISTORICAL SUMMARY 2000 2000 200D 2000 MONTH GENERATED 1997 199! 1999 2000 2000 VARIANCE VARIANCE 2000 2000 VARIANCE VARUNCE RERGENERIILLEOGER ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL REVISED { % BUDGET REVISED $ % Deambe,-F Yea f f S f 000% f - 0.00% 3a oty f 203.705.43 f 197.379.96 f 189.849.09 S 175.935.64 S 175.935.64 f (13,908.45) -733% S 200185.00 $ 175.935.64 f (24.349.36) '12.16% FtlAay, f 206.429.50 f 231.766.31 f 224.107.65 f 219.443.02 f 219.443.02 f (4,664.63) -2.00% S 236.433.00 f 219.43.02 f (16,989.98) 7.19% Han f 245,657.09 f 247,641.58 S 240.037.26 f 243,736.30 f 243.736.30 f 3,699.04 1.54% f 253,239.00 f 243.736.30 f (9,502.70) -3.75% Ana f 50,752.81 f 72211.13 f 65,559.95 f - f 55,775.96 f (9,833.99) 15.00% f 70,000.00 f 55,725.96 f (14,274.04) 20.39% Hay f 15,849.15 f 12,307.0 f 12,52933 f - f 12.529.33 f - 0.00% f 13,000.00 f 12,529.33 f (470.67) -3.62% Are f 42,655.69 f 47,095.67 f 37,195.17 f f 36,402.27 f (742.90) -2.0096 f 39,000.00 f 36,402.27 f (2.597.73) -6.66% ]tAy $ 66,872.19 f 74,BN.57 f 60,857.55 f - f 59,640.40 $ (1,217.15) -2.00% f 64.204.72 f 59,640.40 f (4,564.321 7.11% Agust f 63,151.83 f 66,129.62 f 61,685.41 f - f 60,451.70 f (1,233.71) -2.00% f 65,000.00 f 60,451.70 S (434830) -7.00% Sey4emOe f 42,172.31 f 37,751.42 $ 38,213.50 f - S 38,213.50 f - 0.00% f 40.000.00 f 38,21150 f (1.786.50) AA7% Octabe, f 20,418.08 f 19,273.33 f 18,753.48 $ - f 18,75148 f - 0.00% f 19,780.00 f 18,753.48 S (1.026.521 -5.19% Nosv40v S 26,173.60 f 23,583.65 f 18,92237 f - $ 18,922.37 f - 0.00% $ 19,963.10 f 18,922.37 f (1.040.73) -5.21% Oeambe-_------____-_ 1 167.813.45 1 159.879.39- 1---129.129.27 $ - S 129,129.27 f - 0.OD% S 136,782.63 S 129.129.27 S (7,653.36) -5.60% __------------_. _..__- _..-._-_-__ _...._.-...-..--. _-.---_-._. _.-._._.__... __.-....-.___ ---------------___ Sub-T9tala $ 1,151,651.13 f 1,189,853.76 f 1,096,785.03 f 639,114.96 f 1,068,883.24 $ (27,901.79) 254% f 1,157,687.45 f 1,058,883.24 f (88.809.21) -7.67% 9eM-annual Vendor Fe: Ran dances S 24,636.55 f 26,635.02 f 25,46704 $ - f 25,467.04 f - 0.00% f 26,862.28 f 25,467.04 S (1.39514) 3.19% From P"Cty f 10,420.00 f 10,420.00 f 10,514.00 f . S 10,514.00 f 000% f 11,092.27 f 10,514.00 f (578.27) -5.21% ---- _--------------_--- _- _._....... .- ------- _...-.___. _-.___...-__..-._ TotW$ f 1,186,707.68 f 1,226,908.78 f 1,132,7ffi 07 S 639.114.96 f 1,104,869.28 f (27,901.79) -2.46% f 1,195,642.00 f 1,104,864.28 f (90,777.72) -7.59% COUNTY SALES TAX 2000 2000 2000 2000 MONTH 1997 1998 1999 2000 2000 VARIANCE VARIANCE 2000 2000 VARIANCE VARIANCE GENERATED ACTURL ACTUAL ACHML ACTUAL REVISED = % BUDGET REVISED $ % _------------_..-._.-._._..-____-_-_.._.._----- --.____--_.._--._..._ --------- ----___---.-___----------------------_---------Decen e-Fb Year f - f - f - f - 0.00% f - 0.00% 3away S 365.106.37 f 356.909.32 S 375.230.16 S 349.98033 S 343.98038 f (25,299.38) 633•, f 385.550790 1 349.980-78 f (35,56912) 913% Febsay 1 372,379.50 1 418.315.90 f 413.466.43 S 408.553.61 f 406.553.61 f (4,912.87) -1.19% S 424.800.00 1 408.553.61 f (16,246.39) -3.82% Ha h 1 4567907.63 1 442.537.08 f 447.930.07 1 417.662.28 S 417.66218 f (30,267.79) -6.76% S 460100.00 S 417.662.28 S (42,537.72) -9.24% ADO S 124.353.74 1 192.944.15 1 154.610.02 f - S 139.149.02 f (15,461.00) -10.00% f 158.800.00 S 139.149.02 f (19,650.98) -12.37% Hay $ 62,647.30 f 96,692.46 f 82,433.46 f - $ 82,433.46 S - O.W f 85,000.00 f 32,433.46 1 (2.566.54) -3.02% June S 129.911.68 1 142542.59 S 140.358.66 f - 1 140.356.66 f - 0.OD% S 144.200.00 f 140.358.66 1 (3,841.34) -2.66% Any S 193.487.63 S 213.842.13 1 209.145.06 f - f 209.145.06 S - 0.00% S 214.900.00 f 209.145.06 1 (5.754.94) -2.68% Auos S 191.046.91 1 201.589.31 f 197.467.11 f - - f 197.467.11 f - 0.00% S 203.000790 f 197.467.11 1 (5.532.89) -2.73% Se91mOa S 129.201.48 1 131.293.33 1 148.932.84 f - S 143.932.84 $ - 0.OD% S 153.000.00 f 148.932.84 1 (4057.16) -2.66% Od0be f 83,237.40 f 85,098.29 $ 96,121.94 f - f 96,121.94 f - O.00% f 98,717.23 f 96,121.94 1 (2.595.29) 2.63% Nove4Der f 87,201.54 f 95,230.41 S 87,781.00 f - f 87,781.00 S - 0.00% f 90,151.09 f 87,781.00 1 (2.370.09) 2.63% Once dm S 342.593.61 1 329.278.03 1 291.752.74 f - f 291.752.74 f - 0.00% 1 299.342.68 1 291,75214 S (7.589.941 -15996 ___---------------- TOTALS f 2,537,97439 $ 2703,263.00 $ 2,645,229.54 f 1,176,19667 f 2,569,338.50 f (75,391.04) -2.87% S 2,717,661.00 $ 2,569,338.50 f (148,322.50) -5.46% TOTAL (103,n2.83) 239100.22 Town Solmo Taxes: The 2000reactedbu0oR a based on deaRmN cDkcbOfa lawov-Numb of 2000:D1a adweaseof 15%fa AaE and a deOeae of 2.0% (orAm3Wand/uaal8an1999aCbw ThererettM rn3nd 2ieb3wdw a 0%doge 8x01999 atLN1 County Silas Income The 2000.n b W B based on Bte aLW maeSbs for lantav-I4ndt Of 2000:050 a debeae of 10%for Apt. The meraW*m ewnths act based on a 0%datoe Ban 1999 acWA MEMORANDUM To: Mayor and Town Council Thru: Gary Suiter From: Ben Dodge, Nordic Coordinator Date: 6/01/00 Re: Nordic Snowcat Purchase CC: Maryann Rokowski, Finance Director SUMMARY: Staff is requesting Council approval of an appropriation of$34,000 for the purchase of a Nordic Snowcat in 2000. The Nordic snowcat was originally scheduled for replacement in 2001. We are requesting the purchase be moved up one year in order to purchase the snowcat this fall at the start of the Nordic season. BACKGROUND: The Nordic Program is managed through an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Aspen. Pitkin County, and Snowmass Village. Each governmental agency is responsible for 1/3 shared cost of the program, including Capital expenditures. DISCUSSION: Staff has met with the City of Aspen Finance Department to ensure that funds are available to purchase this cat in 2000. This item is on the consent agenda of the Aspen City Council on June 12. The City of Aspen will front the entire amount to purchase the snowcat by November 1, 2000. Pitkin County will defer their reimbursement to the City of Aspen until January 2001. The Town of Snowmass Village could also defer their reimbursement until 2001. Staff recommends Council approve the purchase of the snowcat this year. Staff is also recommending this be a sole source procurement with Kassbohrer of North America. The Nordic program has one other Kassbohrer snowcat that has proven to be reliable and economical. There is also a benefit of having compatible machines for ease of maintenance and stocking of repair parts. ALTERNATIVES: Council may elect to not move up the purchase of the snowcat this fall and wait until the beginning of the year. However, staff believes there could be some cost savings if the cat was purchased in 2000. *RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends Council appropriate $34,000 to purchase a Nordic Snowcat in 2000. * This is a recommendation from the Nordic Coordinator. TOSv Staff has not budgeted for this expenditure in' the 2000 revised budget. 6 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE : June 5, 2000 BY: David Peckler THROUGH: Hunt Walker SUBJECT: Winter Parking Program for 2000-2001 OVERVIEW: Council should review the prices for parking permits and the distribution of parking spaces in the Village for the coming winter season. Because of last winter' s poor conditions, we are not suggesting any changes to Council' s directions from last year. Permit Prices: Last winter Council increased the price of parking permits overall, see attached Ordinance #19 Series of 1999 . Council also discussed increasing the Guest parking permit to $25 for this winter. We want to set the Guest permit price so that the lodging community can have that information when they set their room rates . We would also like to be able to begin selling Resident parking permits during the summer. Parking Distribution: Some actions taken last winter affected the parking distribution. Tube Town was created on Assay Hill, which changed the parking demand in lot B. Two Creeks parking was free for the entire season, which changed the demand there and in the Rodeo lot. The day parking price was $5 . 00 or free for the season, which affected parking in the Base lots and the Rodeo lot. The parking distribution is addressed in the draft of "Agreement On Parking Plan For Winter 2000/2001, " see attached. This is an agreement that we enter into with the Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) on the joint management of parking in Snowmass Village . FINANCIAL SUMMARY: If Council chooses not to increase the Guest permit price to $25, the loss revenues to the 2000 budget would be approximately $75, 000. BOARD OR COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: NA 7 STAFF RECOhMMATION: Permit Prices : We would suggest that Council keep the existing prices on all the permits except two types, the Guest and Employee permits . Guest permits could be raised to $15 for seven days, raising the daily value from $0 . 71 to $2 . 14 . The Employee standard permit should be raised to $35 and the Employee Transferable permit should be raised to $60 . Parking Distribution: The arrangements with the ASC have worked well and the parking distribution and traffic volume have been acceptable given the conditions . Overall, the goals of the community have been met. Staff recommends that Council support the Agreement as drafted. We need to watch the impact of Tube Town on the Base lots, particularly lot B. I have attached a car count from the peak day last winter, Saturday of Presidents weekend, for your review. V TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 14 SERIES OF 1999 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL ' CODE, CHAPTER 8, SECTION 8-27, FEE SCHEDULE. WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that parking demand in the core area continues to be at or above the rated capacity of the parking lots; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that there has not been an increase in parking fees for four or five years; and WHEREAS, the Transportation Department has recommended that certain parking fees be increased as a method of balancing parking demand. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: 1. Municipal Code Amendment. Section 8-27 Fee sched.de of tl ie Municipal Code is hereby amended and restated, as follows: a. The charge for permits, per vehicle permitted, sh;i be as follows: Employee $30 00 Employee, transfer. ble $50.00 Gold $300.00 Guest $10.00 Resident, first $40.00 Resident, second $75.00 Resident, third $150.00 Senior $100.00 b. The charge for permits, per vehicle permitted per day, shall be determined by the Public Works Director at a rate not to exceed twenty dollars ($20.00) per 9 day. c. The charge for a parking space lease, per space, per car, shall be as follows: Check-in parking $500.00 Lodge van parking $500.00 Merchant Lot no. 7 $500.00 Reserved pocket $500.00 parking d. The Public Works Director, after consultation with the Town Council may revise the charge for permits in this Section. Upon any such revision, the Town Clerk shall cause the applicable fee schedule herein to be revised. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED as amended, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on September 7, 1999 upon a motion by Council Member Mercatoris, the second of Council Member Manchester, and upon a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED as amended, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on October 4, 1999 upon a motion by Council Member Hatfield, the second of Council Member Mercatoris and upon a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk 10 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AGREEMENT ON PARKING PLAN FOR WINTER 2000/2001 This agreement is entered into this day of , 2000, by and between the Town of Snowmass Village (the"Town") and the Aspen Skiing Company (the "ASC"). RECITALS The Town and ASC have agreed to coordinate and share the management of parking operations and facilities within Snowmass Village(the"Village") for the winter season of 2000/2001. The ASC has control of the land for the parking areas know as lots "A," "B," "C," and"Two Creeks," and the Town controls the land for the parking areas know as lots "Numbered," "Rodeo" and "E." Both the Town and ASC agree to observe the parking and transit goals of the Town's Comprehensive Plan - Ordinance 7 of 1998 (the "Comprehensive Plan"), and the conditions of Ordinance #9 of 1994 ("Ordinance 9"). This parking plan is an effort by both organizations to observe these guidelines and objectives for the betterment of the community as a whole. The Town and ASC will communicate during the ski season to monitor the traffic and parking activities resulting from this plan. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto agree as follows: 1. This arrangement attempts to comply with the three parking/transit goals and directives of the Comprehensive Plan and Ordinance 9. Agreement on the parking program elements that affect these goals and directives are as follows: • The Town and ASC agree to continue to monitor the traffic volume on Brush Creek Road, Owl Creek Road and Highline Road. In the past, variations have occurred in the traffic volumes on Brush Creek Road and Owl Creek Road, but the variations were not considered significant enough to change the relative"Level of Service" for those roadways as established in the Comprehensive Plan. If the traffic volumes exceed the levels set in the Comprehensive Plan, the Town and ASC will meet to discuss possible changes to parking fees and parking distribution to bring traffic volumes into acceptable limits. • The Town and ASC have agreed to the limit of 2,250 parking spaces and their distribution in the Village. Both parties agree that the allocation of parking numbers is general, and that the flexibility to shift parking spaces between locations is beneficial. The distribution of parking spaces in the Village will be: 1,000 spaces in the Mall area("Numbered Lots"), 390 spaces in East Village("Two Creeks"), 45 spaces in Parking Lot E ("Divide Lot"), 415 spaces in parking lots A, B and C ("Base Village"), and 400 spaces in the Rodeo Parking Lot. 11 • Parking permit types in this document will be referred to by their historical titles: Day Skier(Day, Weekly, Monthly, and Seasonally,) Day Skier High Occupancy Vehicle (" Day Skier HOV"), Resident, Guest, Employee, Gold Pass, Senior, Merchant, and Disabled. Permit prices will be consistent with the Town Municipal Code. Variable pricing of Day Skier permits will generally be between $2 and $8 (up to $20 in the Municipal Code.) The price of Day Skier parking permits will attempt to achieve 85% parking utilization of base area lots, as stated in Ordinance 9, as long as, traffic volumes stay within the parameters set in the Comprehensive Plan. Day Skier HOV permits will be free to vehicles with four or more occupants. Resident 1 permits will be $40. Resident 2 permits will be $75. Resident 3 permits will be $150. Guest permits will be $10. Gold Pass permits will be $300. Senior permits will be $100. Employee permits will be $30 or $50 for a transferable permit. Merchant permits will be five per business. A parking permits access to the various lots is listed below by location. LOCATION PERMITS ALLOWED Numbered Lots 1-3: Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Numbered Lots 4-Lower 5: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Numbered Lot Upper 5: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, Senior, and Time Restricted. Numbered Lot 6: Disabled and Time Restricted. Numbered Lot 7: Disabled, Merchant and Time Restricted. Numbered Lots 8-9: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Numbered Lots 10-13: Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, Senior, and Merchant. Base Village Lot A: Day Skier(Day, Weekly, Monthly, or Seasonally,)Day Skier HOV and Guest. Base Village Lots B & C: Day Skier (Day, Weekly, Monthly, or Seasonally,) Day Skier HOV, Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Divide Lot: Day Skier(Day, Weekly, Monthly, or Seasonally,) Day Skier HOV, Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Two Creeks Lots: Day Skier (Day, Weekly, Monthly, or Seasonally,) Day Skier HOV: 'Equal Access" to Parking Applied to All. Rodeo Parking Lot: Free to All. 2. The Town will be responsible for the management, signing, leasing, and maintenance of the parking lots in the West Village known as the Numbered Lots, and the base lot with lift access known as E lot (Divide Lot.) 3. The ASC will be responsible for the management, signing, leasing, and maintenance of the Base Village lots, the Two Creeks parking lots, and the Rodeo Parking Lot. 4. Any services provided by one organization to the other for the management, signing or maintenance of the parking areas, such as sanding or plowing, will be compensated on a case by case basis. 5. Each organization will retain the revenues derived from their respective permit sales. is 6. The Town and ASC agree to allow police enforcement of all lots under this general management parking plan and the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, Chapter 8, Article II, Parking Regulations. 7. The Town and the ASC agree to share the operational function at the Rodeo Booths. The Town will staff the entry lane known as the Authorized lane, and the ASC will staff the two lanes used for day permit sales. 8. ASC will advertise on Ski TV (Channel 16) and local radio to encourage day skiers to utilize public transportation, and inform skiers of limited public parking in the Village during peak periods. 9. Should it appear that the base parking lots will fill, ASC will post information signs at Highline Road and at the intersection of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road indicating which lots are full. ASC will also make this information available to the public over the radio and public television. 10. Term. The term of this agreement shall be through and until April 30, 2001 or the closing of the Winter 2000/2001 ski season at the Snowmass Ski Area, whichever occurs first. 11. Default and Dispute Resolution. In the event of any default in performance of any obligations hereunder, within 15 days of any default, the non-defaulting party shall give the other written notice of the default. After delivery of notice, the defaulting party shall then have fifteen days in which to cure the default. If the default is not cured within such period, then the non-defaulting party may terminate this agreement after such period. Both parties agree to use reasonable best efforts to informally discuss and attempt to resolve any apparent event of default prior to delivery of notice thereof. The Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado By: Date: Gary Suiter, Town Manager ATTEST: Aspen Skiing Company, Colorado By: Date: Doug Mackenzie, General Manager Snowmass Ski Area ATTEST: I� TRANSPORTATION DIVISION 18-May-00 PARKING PERMIT SALES OVER THE LAST THREE WINTERS 1997198 1998/99 1999/00 TYPE PRICE #SOLD TOTAL REV'S PRICE #SOLD TOTAL REVS PRICE #SOLD TOTAL REV'S Resident 1 $25 1,075 $26,750 $25 1,092 $27,225 $40 1,005 $40,235 Variance 17 $475 (87) $13,010 Resident 2 $25 376 $9,400 $25 387 $9,675 $75 306 $22,915 Variance 11 $275 (81) $13,240 Resident 3 $75 26 $1,950 $75 28 $2,025 $150 14 $2,100 4w� Variance 2 $75 (14) $75 Employee 1 $25 818 $20,475 $25 833 $20,800 $30 797 $23,040 Variance 15 $325 (36) $2,240 EMP. TRANS. $40 73 $2,895 $40 106 $4,160 $50 110 $4,770 Variance 33 $1,265 4 $610 Guest $5 12,617 $63,080 $5 11,953 $59,748 $10 9,201 $96,585 Variance (664) ($3,332) (2,752) $36,837 Gold Pass $150 49 $7,295 $150 47 $6,995 $300 34 $9,700 Variance (2) ($300) (13) $2,705 Senior Pass $5 46 $3,375 $75 39 $2,850 $100 37 $3,600 Variance (7) ($525) (2) $750 TRANSPORTATION DIVISION HIGH SEASON CAR COUNT WINTER 99/00 Car Count For Saturday 2/19/2000$5.00 A. LETTERED LOTS % Day's Lot's % Lot's % Total Lot# Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity ----------------- --------------- ------------- ----- -------------- --------------- --------------- A 244 12.7% 220 110.9% 10.8% B 59 3.1% 60 98.3% 2.6% C 172 9.0% 135 127.4% 7.6% D E 37 1.9% 45 82.2% 1.6% ----------------- --------------- --------------- ----- --------------- --------------- --------------- Total 512 26.7% 460 111.3% 22.8% B. TWO CREEKS LOT % Day's Lot's % Lot's %Total Lot# Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity ----------------- --------------- --------------- ----- --------------- --------------- --------------- Total 366 19.1% 390 93.8% 16.3% C. NUMBERED LOTS % Day's Lot's % Lot's %Total Lot# Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity ----------------- --------------- --------------- ----- --------------- --------------- --------------- 1 36 1.9% 50 72.0% 1.6% 2 67 3.5% 110 60.9% 3.0% 3 86 4.5% 80 107.5% 3.8% 4 66 3.4% 82 80.5% 2.9% 5 59 3.1% 66 89.4% 2.6% 6 40 2.1% 58 69.0% 1.8% 7 29 1.5% 34 85.3% 1.3% 8 56 2.9% 58 96.6% 2.5% 9 56 2.9% 88 63.6% 2.5% 10 89 4.6% 92 96.7% 4.0% 11 31 1.6% 112 27.7% 1.4% 12 91 4.8% 106 85.8% 4.0% 13 54 2.8% 64 84.4% 2.4% ---------------- -------------- -------------- ---- -------------- -------------- -------------- Total 760 39.7% 1,000 76.0% 33.8% D. RODEO LOT % Day's Lot's % Lot's %Total Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity ---------------- -------------- -------------- ----- --------------- --------------- --------------- Total 277 14.5% 400 69.3% 12.3% E. PARKING SPLIT PAID/FREE % Day's Lot's % Lot's %Total Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity ----------------- --------------- --------------- ----- --------------- --------------- -------------- Permit Lots 1,638 85.5% 1,850 88.5% 72.8% Rodeo Lot 277 14.5% 400 69.3% 12.3% F. GRAND TOTAL = 1,915 100.0% IC 2,250 85.1% 85.1% COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: June 5, 2000 BY: Joe Kracum, Ben Wood, Dick Bauman STAFF: Gary Suiter, Town Manager SUBJECT: Mall Transit Plaza Discussion OVERVIEW: At last week's meeting, there seemed to be consensus direction to relocate the lower parking structure to the upper lots. Joe Kracum is working on this and will bring his ideas to the meeting. Hunt and Dave have some thoughts to share regarding mass, scale, traffic and pedestrian circulation, and balancing the parking demand. We hope to reaffirm council direction on this concept at the meeting. Also, some thought needs to be given to the location of the kiss and ride and short-term parking under the new scenario. Assuming we are starting construction next year, Council should be prepared to discuss those areas where you are willing to compromise, in order to reduce the cost and break ground in April, 2001. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Discuss and provide direction. p:/shared/clerk/ma n ager.xsc/cmq.2000 I I 0 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. WHEN: June 5, 2000 TIME: During a meeting which begins at 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road WHY: To Receive Public Comment on Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2000, an ordinance amending the Timberline Condominium Maintenance Facility S.P.A. to permit a 264 sq. ft. addition to the building located in Town Parking Lot 13 for expanded wireless service facilities. APPLICANT: Timberline Condominiums Association, Inc. and AT&T Wireless Services INFO: Contact the Snowmass Village Community Development Department at 923-5524 for additional information. Submitted by: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on April 26, 2000 H:\Wpdata\Planning\Phnotioe\TC Ord 00-13 Timberline Maint Fac SPA Amend PHNmiceOI 107 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 5, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Public Hearing: Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2000, an ordinance amending the Timberline Condominium Maintenance Facility S.P.A. to permit a 200 sq. ft. addition to the building located in Town Parking Lot 13 for expanded wireless service facilities. Overview: First Reading regarding this Minor SPA Amendment request by AT&T Wireless Services and the Timberline Condominium Association to construct a 10' X 20' addition to the Town Parking Lot 13 side of the Timberline Maintenance facility occurred at your May 30 meeting. The advertised notice called for the public hearing to be commenced before the Town Council on June 5 but the Planning Commission will not be considering the Applicant's proposal until their June 7, 2000 meeting. Staff has scheduled Second Reading to occur on June 19 so that the Planning Commission recommendation will be available prior to taking final action on this item. Recommendation: Open the Public Hearing and then continue it to the June 19, 2000 Town Council meeting. Second Reading of the Ordinance concerning this request will then occur at that time. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Timberline Maint Fac SPA Amend TCMemo03 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING CORRECTION AND CONTINUATION PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC HEARING PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED TO BE HELD ON MAY 24, 2000, WILL BE HELD ON MAY 30, 2000 PUBLIC HEARING ON THIS ORDINANCE WAS HELD AT A REGULAR TOWN COUNCIL MEETING ON MAY 1, 2000 AND CONTINUED TO JUNE 5, 2000 DATE: June 5, 2000 TIME: During a meeting, which begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2"' Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON ORDINANCE NO. 7, SERIES OF 2000 APPROVING REVISIONS TO ARTICLE IV OF THE LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT CODE. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. CODE: The proposal would amend the language to certain section of Article IV. 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 Att: Victoria Giannola Re: Article IV Trudi Worline,Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Village Sun on April 26 and May 3,2000 Correction Posted and Published in the Snowmass Village Sun on May 24,2000 19 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 5, 2000 Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Craig Thompson, Community Development Director Subject: Ordinance No. 07, Series of 2000 which amends Article IV of the Land Use Code is scheduled for Public Hearing and 1st Reading on June 5'h. Overview: Council has scheduled a work session to discuss both Article V and Article IV of the Land Use Code for Thursday, June 8 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. Recommendation: Staff recommends adoption of Ordinance No. 07 on 1" reading with the understanding that discussions regarding specific amendments to Article IV of the LUC will be addressed at the June 81h work session. These amendments will then be incorporated into Ordinance No. 07 prior to 2°d reading on June 19. ALTERNATIVE: In light of the scheduled work session on June 8` , continue the Public Hearing and table I"Reading of Ordinance No. 07 to June 19`h' TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 07 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE IV OF CHAPTER 16A OF 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 May 3, 2000; and WHEREAS, notice of a Public Hearing to be held on May 30, 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 First Reading of April 24, 2000 to May 1, 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 amendments,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 a Ordinance No. 07, 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 Chapter 16A,Article IV. The provisions of Chapter 16A Article IV of the Municipal Code are hereby amended as follows: See working copy of Article IV 2. 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 24, 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 30, 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: as COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 5, 2000 Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Subject: Discussion and First Reading: Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2000, an ordinance to establish the Snowmass Village Citizens Grant Review Board (CGRB) and specifying its duties and powers. Overview: For the past two years, grant applications submitted by non- profits have been successfully reviewed and recommendations made to Council by the Citizen Grant Review Committee. This committee is currently a branch of the Arts Advisory Board. Due to the number of art-related organizations that apply for grants, it was suggested by the Arts Advisory Board that any conflicts of interest would be alleviated if the Grant Review Committee became its own separate board, directly responsible to the Town Council. This opinion has been echoed by staff and members of the Town Council. Recommendation: Staff recommends that Council approve First Reading of the Ordinance. a3 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 12 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE CITIZENS GRANT REVIEW BOARD (CGRB) AND SPECIFYING ITS DUTIES AND POWERS. WHEREAS, the Town Council wishes to have an orderly process in which non- profits in the Roaring Fork Valley can apply to the Town for grants and in which evaluation and distribution of grants will be made for the best interests of the Town and citizens of Snowmass Village; and WHEREAS, the Arts Advisory Board, at the request of the Town Council, established a Citizens Grant Review Committee for the purpose of preparing annual recommendations to the Town Council for in-kind services and budget allocations for grants to non-profit organizations within the Roaring Fork Valley; and WHEREAS, the Citizens Grant Review Committee has been in operation for two years as part of the Arts Advisory Board and has determined that restructuring the Committee to become an advisory Board, directly responsible to the Town Council, is desirable; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that a permanent Citizens Grant Review Board will benefit the community of Snowmass Village; and WHEREAS, Section 8.1 of the Town of Snowmass Village Home Rule Charter (the "Charter") states that all boards and commissions shall be created by Ordinance which shall set forth powers and duties; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, that: Section One: Establishment of the Citizens Grant Review Board A permanent Citizens Grant Review Board, herein after referred to as CGRB, is hereby created for the Town of Snowmass Village. Section Two: Composition of Board All members of the CGRB shall be full-time residents and registered voters in Snowmass Village and have some experience in cultural, educational and/or community organizations. The Board shall consist of no less than 5 and no more than 12 voting members. Any voting member missing three meetings over a period of one year, without good cause, shall be removed from the Board. A Ord. 12, Series of 2000 Page 2 of 3 Section Three: Appointment and Terms of Office All members of the CGRB shall be appointed by the Town Council. Initial appointments shall specify the term of office of each individual and be in accordance with Section 8.3 of the Charter. Section Four: Vacancies Vacancies on the CGRB shall be filled for the remainder of the unexpired term by appointment of the Town Council following public notice in accordance with Section 8.5 of the Charter. Section Five: Organizational Meetings The members of the Board shall elect annually, from its membership, a Chairperson and a Vice-Chairperson whose term of office in such capacity shall be for one year with eligibility for re-election. The board shall adopt rules and regulations for its organization and for the transaction of business. Such business shall not conflict with the ordinances of the Town of Snowmass Village or the statutes of the State of Colorado. All meetings shall be open to the public and the board shall keep a public record of its proceedings. Board meetings shall be held a minimum of three times a year, or more, if necessary, as determined by the Board. Section Six: Powers and Duties The Citizens Grant Review Board shall have the following powers and responsibilities: 1. Advocate non-profit, charitable organizations, which enhance the quality of life for the residents, visitors and employees of Snowmass Village. 2. Provide a resource of information and expertise on grant issues. 3. Function as the primary grant review liaison between the Town Council and the community non-profit organizations. 4. Process, review and make recommendations to Town Council on all grants and funding requests by: A. publishing notice of availability of funding for grants by the Town of Snowmass Village and mailing applications as requested; B. establishing comprehensive grant funding and review guidelines to properly implement the grant process; C. receiving and evaluating all incoming applications to determine: 1) if applications are tax-exempt under the provisions of Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code; as Ord. 12, Series of 2000 Page 3 of 3 2) if the applicants are appropriately enhancing the quality of life of the citizens, visitors and employees of Snowmass Village; 3) if the applicants are outside the realm of consideration, i.e. religious and "for-profit" groups, individuals, organizations clearly servicing an area outside of the Roaring Fork Valley or organizations with political agendas; D. conducting intensive interview sessions with every applicant for funding, to be held each year during the budget process; E. holding deliberation meetings to discuss all the applications in order to arrive at a list of recommended grant awards. 5. Present a final list of recommended grants to the Town Council and explain the reasoning behind such recommendations. 6. To meet on a timely and as-needed basis to review any other proposals that may come before the Board, and to fully carry out the Board's responsibilities and duties. 7. To render such other recommendations or advice as Town Council may, from time to time, request. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on first reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, with a motion made by Council Member and the second by Council Member , on the _day of 2000, by a vote of , in favor to opposed. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, with a motion made by Council Member and the second by Council Member , on the day of , 2000, by a vote of , in favor to _oopposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk acs COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 5, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Discussion and First Reading: Ordinance No. 16, Series of 2000, an ordinance approving the Timbers at Snowmass Final Planned Unit Development, including Final Plat, and granting a Subdivision Exemption to permit condominiumization, including a time share regime, of the project. Topics: Changes since Preliminary PUD Approval Employee Housing Agreement & Plans Construction Management Plan & Phasing Overview: The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC. has submitted their Final PUD application in accordance with the Timbers at Snowmass Preliminary PUD authorization granted by Town Council Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000 ('Resolution 6"). Copies have been placed in your council boxes for review. Staff did not have the opportunity to complete the ordinance in time to include it with the packet and will distribute it Monday. June 5: Discussion & possible First Reading (PUD) Review June 12: Worksession & Additional Staff Comments Schedule: - Dean Gordon, John McCarty & Town Attorney June 19: P.H. and First Reading Ordinance 17 (Rezoning) Conclude Final PUD July 10: Second Reading Ordinance 17 Second Reading Ordinance 16 (PUD) if needed Recommendation: Staff recommends that the Applicant discuss changes to the final project that respond to findings, recommendations and conditions specified within the Preliminary PUD approval. In addition, changes made that were not directed by Resolution 6 need to be identified and discussed. Staff will then provide comments. The Employee Housing Agreement needs to be reviewed for consistency with the terms of Exhibit F of Resolution 6. PAuser\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Timbers\The Timbers Final PUD TCMemoOl.doc 4907 March 8, 2000 Timbers Club TOSV HOUSING OFFICE REQUIREMENTS Stryker/ Brown Architects GENERAL APARTMENT RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Soundproof walls and ceilings - do not place a living room in one apartment next to a bedroom in the apartment next door. Include resilient channels. 2. A storage closet for each apartment is a necessity for bicycles, skis, snow tires, etc. Provide light. 3. Phones should be wired to each bedroom and kitchen. 4. Cable TV should be wired to each bedroom and living room. 5. A garbage disposal should be provided for each apartment. 6. Kitchen and vanity cabinets need to be good quality to last in rental apartments. 7. Solid core interior doors require less repair and are more soundproof. 8. Moen or Delta plumbing fixtures are low maintenance fixtures. 9. A good quality smooth finished tub and enclosure will clean much easier than the ones with the textured surfaces. Glass shower doors are not recommended for rental apartments. One-piece tub/shower enclosure. 10. Each bathroom should have an outdoor exhaust fan. 11. A good grade of carpet and vinyl is recommended to last five to ten years. Darker colors will not show dirt as much as the lighter colors. Provide vinyl or tile in entryway. 12. Strong closet shelves and clothes rods are recommended over the lightweight wire closet storage systems. Particle Board with steel rod. 13. All interior paint should be latex semi-gloss enamel. 14. Schlage locks are low maintenance. Storage, laundry cY front doors to be keyed together. 15. General Electric or Hotpoint appliances are recommended for parts availability. 16. Self-cleaning ovens are a necessity for rental apartments. 17. A washer and dryer closet should be provided for all I bdrm. and 2 bdrm. A apartments. A side by side standard washer and dryer closet is preferred over a stackable closet System when possible. Rough-in only. 18. A double basin kitchen sink with a sprayer is necessary. 19. Metal window blinds work well in the kitchens and bathrooms. Drapes are lower maintenance window coverings on all other windows. Mini-blinds at all windows & drapes at sliders. 20. Programmable heat thermostats will reduce energy usage. 21. Each kitchen should have a range hood fan with an outdoor exhaust vent. 22. Use light fixtures that require a standard incandescent light bulb. No deco light bars. 23. No flat roofs. Pitch roofs to sides. Providefloor drains to daylight in front of Storage units. GENERAL APARTMENT BUILDING AND SITE RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Apartment buildings with one main entrance and enclosed or partially enclosed stairways or walkways will reduce snow removal expenses. No open-board decks. Gutters throughout- with heat tape at North sides. 2. All outdoor stairs and landings should be galvanized steel with serrated edges. Snow collection space below is necessary. 3. Outdoor stairways must be elevated to allow for snow accumulation under the stairs. 4. Covered outdoor stairways are best but are usually expensive for employee housing complexes. 5. Snow storage areas along all walkways is mandatory. Inadequate snow storage will require the snow to be removed twice. Flair out retaining wall at east side for snow storage. 6. The parking lots should be designed for easy snow removal and have plenty of room for snow storage. 7. An enclosed dumpster shed with extra space for recycling containers will be necessary. 8. All building, walkway, and parking lot lights should be wired to a photo-cell switch. 9. One central laundry room currently works well for the existing employee housing complexes. a9 10. The laundry room should have a wash basin, laundry soap machine, soda machine, and a one dollar change machine for the residents. Provide 4 washers, 4 dryers & 8x8 maintenance shop. 11. All buildings will have a backflow preventers which must be inspected once a year by a qualified inspector. The backflow preventors should be located to provide easy access for inspection and service work. 12. All buildings should have an exterior crawl space entrance. Entering the crawl space through an apartment is not recommended. Domestic water with irrigation controls, cable TV, telephone etc. to be in outdoor 2'x6'min. closet. 13. An irrigation system will be necessary for the new landscaping. 14. Twenty year asphalt shingles or a standing seam metal roof is recommended. 15. Two courses of ice and water shield at the roof cave lines. This will prevent water damage from ice dams. Single course remaining entire roof. 16. Roofs need to have adequate overhangs to prevent water from running down the siding. 17. Gutters are necessary over all walkways. 18. Attic access will be required. Each bay with attic firewalls. 19. Hot water circulated heat is recommended for lower utility bill to the residents. 20. The exterior paint scheme should be no more than two colors to reduce future re-painting expenses. ADDITIONAL NOTES: (meeting notes of Jan.26, 00 and other J.Coffee input items are shown in italic) a. central boiler b. Include handicap accessible units- quantity to be determined. c. Provide window coverings. d. Patio doors to decks and balconies. e. Aluminum windows—not white. f. Utility lines to accommodate Parcel N. g. Acrylic latex paint at exterior timbers. h. Bi-pass or double hung windows i. Hog wire railings w/slats that partially obscure personal items on the balconies. J. Apartment entry doors to be insulated metal type. k. Metal doors at storage units. 1. Kitchen countertops to have breakfast bars where possible. m. Each unit to have washer/dryer hookups for tenants who bring appliances. n. Bedroom doors to be solid core. 30 o. Kitchen and bathroom cabinets to solid wood. p. Double kitchen sink w/sprayer and garbage disposal. q. Exhaust vents to exterior. r. Omen or Delta plumbing fixtures. s. GE appliances throughout. Self-cleaning ovens in stoves. t. Sound insulation on both party walls. Resilient clips on ceilings. u. Bi pass or dbl. Hung windows- no casements. v. Telephone to each Brm. & Kitchen. TV to each Brm. & Living Rm. w. Vinyl & carpet finishes to have 10 yr. Life expectancy. Vinyl at entry door. x. Lighting: Interior light fixtures to be simple surface mounted w/std incandescent bulb. Exterior to be low wattage fluorescent w/low temp. ballast where possible. Exterior light'g tome. parking lot and walkways on bollards to photocell switch. Y. No flat roofs. No roofs should shed on to balconies or walks. Roof to have adequate overhangs. Gutters discouraged. _. Outdoor stairs & landings are to be perforated galv. Steel w/serrated edges. Stairs to be elevated for snow accumulation below. aa. Each building to have backflow preventer that is easily accessible. bb. 10 yr. Asphalt shingles 'textured'grade o full ice and water shield w/dbl layer at eaves. ca Exterior paint scheme to be no more than three different colors for both buildings to reduce future maintenance costs. Exterior wood to be acrylic latex painted. Interior paint to be latex semi-gloss enamel. dd. Irrigation system for exterior landscaping. ee. Synthetic window sills. ff. Architect to verify quantity of dumpster required by San. Dist. gg. Architect to verify quantity Handicap Units required. 3t EXHIBIT F. Employee Housing Plan In conjunction with the Final PUD approval, the Town shall approve an employee housing plan that complies with the following core requirements and procedures, as follows: 1. The Applicant shall submit an application for subdivision approval along with the Final PUD application, the purpose of which will be to subdivide Parcel K into three (3) parcels. Parcel 1 shall contain that portion of the property on which the employee housing will be located on the east side of Faraway Road and Parcel 2 shall contain The Timbers Club which is located on the west side of Faraway Road. Parcel 3 shall include the Kiss and Ride area of the employee housing parcel. 2. The Town Council has determined that the Town will purchase the employee housing as contemplated by the provisions of Section 16A-4-420 (1) b. of the Municipal Code. Prior to the granting of a Final PUD Plan approval, the Applicant and the Town shall enter into a contract for the sale and purchase of the employee housing incorporating the following terms and conditions: a. The Applicant shall construct the employee housing in accordance with the site plan, architectural plans, and specifications which are attached to this Exhibit, all as to be approved with the Final PUD Plan. These plans and specifications require comparable furnishings and detail as exist on the Mountain View Phase II employee housing. All such plans and specifications shall be subject to the approval of the Town. b. The Applicant must obtain a building permit and commence construction of the employee housing within two (2) years of the issuance of the first building permit for a residential structure in The Timbers Club project . The Applicant shall provide a letter of credit, bond or other monetary security in a form acceptable to the Town as security that the employee housing will be constructed in accordance with approved plans. The amount of such security shall be 115 percent of the construction cost of the employee housing project less the Town purchase price currently estimated to be $855,000.00. c. Closing on the Town purchase of the employee housing shall occur at a mutually agreeable time at Pitkin County Title within 7 days following the issuance of the certificate of occupancy for the employee housing. The purchase price shall be the amount which can be financed by a mortgage revenue bond amortized 20 years and serviced by the available net project operating income. The Applicant and the Town Council have agreed upon the estimated annual budget for the employee housing, including c3 2 operations, maintenance, and capital reserve needs, as attached to this Exhibit. For the purposes of projecting the net operating income for the project, rent for one and two bedroom apartments shall be equal to the estimated amount of rent that will be charged by the Town for the Mountain View Phase II units at the time of the Final PUD approval, plus ten (10) percent. A final budget and the purchase price shall be agreed upon by the Town and the Applicant prior to Final PUD approval. 3. At the closing, the Town will enter into an employer lease with the Timbers Club at Snowmass Owners Association, Inc. in a format similar to the lease format currently utilized by the Town for an employer lease at the Creekside Project. The lease will be for a 1 year term and will require that qualified employees as defined by the Town Housing Department must occupy all units. The Association shall have the ability to obtain a renewal lease for a maximum cumulative term of 20 years. Each lease shall encompass a maximum 3 one bedroom units and 3 two bedroom units within Building E of the employee housing project. In the event an Association unit remains unoccupied for a period of more than sixty (60) days, the Town reserves the right to place a qualified tenant in said unit for the balance of the annual lease period. 4. In the event that the Town and the Applicant do not enter into a contract to purchase the employee housing or the Town does not close on the purchase of the employee housing as contemplated in Paragraph 2 hereof, then the employee housing plan shall be as follows: a. The Applicant will submit a request for subdivision approval along with the Final PUD application, the purpose of which will be to subdivide that portion of the property on which the employee housing is located from the Kiss-and- Ride parcel, which is also located on the east side of Faraway Road and from The Timbers Club parcel with is located on the west side of Faraway Road. b. Upon Final PUD approval, the Applicant shall construct the employee housing in accordance with the site plan, architectural plans, and specifications which are attached with this Exhibit and approved with the Final PUD Plan. c. The Applicant must obtain a building permit and commence construction of the employee housing within two (2) years of the issuance of the first building permit for a residential structure in The Timbers Club project. The Applicant shall provide an adequate guarantee in the Development Improvements Agreement that the employee housing will be constructed in accordance with approved plans. The Applicant/Developer shall provide a letter of credit or bond in a form suitable to the Town as security, the amount 3i3 of which shall be 115 percent of the construction cost of the employee housing project. d. Prior to issuance of a certificate of occupancy for any of the employee housing units, the Applicant shall record a deed restriction to the benefit of the Town which limits the use in perpetuity of each unit within the employee housing project to affordable employee housing, including the rent and occupancy guidelines set forth in this Section. The deed restriction shall be approved by the Town prior to recording. e. The Applicant will retain ownership of the employee housing project, unless conveyance to a third party is approved by the Town. f. The employee housing units will not be condominiumized. But, the employee housing parcel will be a single condominium unit and shall remain part of the Condominium Association. The Association shall, through the Condominium Declaration, retain authority to ensure that the exterior appearance of all structures, improvements, and landscaping of the employee housing project is maintained in suitable condition, regardless of whether the rents collected by the employee housing owner are sufficient to cover the common assessments allocated to the employee housing project. g. There shall be maintained a suitable capital reserve account, which is funded annually by the rents generated by the project. The capital reserve account shall be comparable to the estimated capital reserve budget. h. The Condominium Association shall retain for the life of the project the priority use of three (3) one bedroom units and three (3) two bedroom units within Building E of the employee housing project. The Applicant and the Town shall enter into an agreement at the time of Final PUD approval specifying those units for which The Timbers will be granted priority use. If The Timbers Master Association is unable to place an employee that otherwise qualifies for employee housing under the Town guidelines in units, then the unoccupied unit(s) will be made available to the Town for the purposes of permitting any employee(s) that qualifies under the Town guidelines to occupy the unit(s). The Town shall not lease the priority unit(s) for a period exceeding one year, which in all instances shall terminate on or before October 31st of each year. At the end of the lease period, The Timbers shall regain the priority use of the unit(s) if it can place a qualified employee in the unit. L The Condominium Association shall make the remaining twelve (12) employee housing units available to any employee(s) that qualifies for restricted employee housing under the Town guidelines. The employee housing owner will select occupants from a pool of qualified employees 3q provided by the Town Housing Department or, if there is no pool, then from an advertisement in a newspaper of general circulation in the Snowmass Village area. j. The rents charged by the owner of the employee housing shall initially be equal to the amount of rent that will be charged by the Town for the Mountain View Phase II units at the time of the Final PUD approval. The owner of the employee housing, at its option, may institute annual rent increases in an amount that is comparable to that Consumer Price Index used by the Town to establish employee housing resale prices or an amount comparable to those instituted by the town for Mountain View II annual rent increases or other Town employee housing projects. k. Leases will establish procedures in the event of a violation of the rules and regulations and termination of the lease. The intent shall be to give employees an appropriate opportunity to comply with the rules and regulations before termination of a lease. Leases made available to employees will be for a one year period. I. The owner of the employee housing shall be responsible for leasing, managing, enforcing the rules and regulations of the employee housing project, and providing on-going maintenance for the project, except as otherwise delegated to the Condominium Association. 35 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 5, 2000 Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Subject: Resolution No. 22, Series of 2000, a resolution establishing a funding commitment by the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council regarding the countywide 1/2 percent transit sales and use tax. Overview: This Resolution sets forth a funding commitment regarding the countywide 1/2-percent transit sales tax. It commits two-tenths cent, or 40-percent of the 1/2-percent transit tax to maintain and enhance the trunk line system under the RTA. It preserves the remaining thee-tenths cent, or 60-percent, to fund major capital transit projects in Pitkin County. The goal is to maximize bonding capacity from this and other sources of revenue for transportation purposes in Pitkin County. The EOTC unanimously endorsed this resolution at their June 1, 2000 meeting. Recommendation: Approval. 3 � TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION No. 22 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A FUNDING COMMITMENT BY THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGARDING THE COUNTYWIDE ONE-HALF (1/2) PERCENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX. WHEREAS, in 1993, the Aspen City Council, the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners and the Snowmass Village Town Council (the Governing Boards) adopted an Intergovernmental Agreement stating the transit needs of the Roaring Fork Valley and establishing a comprehensive plan to meet those needs; and WHEREAS, in November of 1993, the voters of Pitkin County approved a countywide one-half (1/2) percent Sales and Use Tax to fund mass transportation improvements in the Roaring Fork Valley; and WHEREAS, the ballot language for the one-half (1/2) percent Sales and Use Tax specified that the funds shall be used for improved bus service, park-and-ride facilities, acquisition of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad right-of-way for transportation and related trails and open space uses, and other public mass transportation improvements within the Roaring Fork Valley; and WHEREAS, the Governing Boards have continued to work cooperatively to implement valley-wide transportation solutions; and WHEREAS, the Roaring Fork Valley governments have initiated an effort to establish a Rural Transportation Authority (RTA); and WHEREAS, the RTA Policy Committee has recently proposed an overall funding package; and WHEREAS, a portion of the RTA funding package is dependant upon a portion of the countywide one-half (1/2) percent Transit Sales And Use Tax; and WHEREAS, the Governing Boards seek to preserve the maximum amount of bonding capacity in order to meet the mass transit needs of the upper Roaring Fork Valley; and WHEREAS, it is essential that a portion of the countywide one-half (1/2) percent Transit Sales and Use Tax be preserved for Pitkin County purposes as identified in the 1993 Intergovernmental Agreement and in the Sales and Use Tax ballot language. 3� Res. 2000-22 Page 2 of 2 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council, as follows: 1. The Town of Snowmass Village Town Council agrees to preserve and commit a minimum of three-tenths cent (60%) of the countywide one-half (1/2) percent Transit Sales and Use Tax to fund major capital transit requirements in Pitkin County. 2. The Town of Snowmass Village Town Council agrees to commit the remaining two-tenths cent (40%) of the countywide one-half (1/2) percent Transit Sales and Use Tax to maintain and enhance part of the trunk line system under the proposed RTA, such services being currently provided by the Roaring Fork Transit Agency (RFTA). 3. The Town of Snowmass Village Town Council agrees to preserve as much bonding capacity as possible from the countywide one-half (1/2) percent Transit Sales and Use Tax, to leverage against other funding sources to receive the greatest return on the dollars. INTRODUCED, READ, AND ADOPTED by the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council, on June 5, 2000 upon the motion of Council Member , the second of Council Member and by a vote of _ in favor to _ opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk h/"r"deMh W00-22 3$ COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: June 2, 2000 STAFF: Hunt Walker Dean Gordon Greg Smith SUBJECT: 2000 Road Fund Projects OVERVIEW: Staff has reviewed and graded the condition of the Town road system during the fall of 99 and the spring of 2000, and is recommending the Town perform asphalt overlays on the roads listed on the attached list. Since the Road Fund has obligations to pay back the Rett Fund for the 97 Snowmelt Road project and Pitkin County for the 98 Owl Creek Road project, this years overlay funding will only total about $215,000. Note that we are holding out $75,000 for crack filling and sealing lower Snowmelt Rd. depending on whether or not the Mall Transit project is funded for 2001. During our review of the road system it became obvious that drainage from improperly constructed uphill driveways has caused the premature deterioration of our roads (see Dean Gordon's attached memo). Since 1991 the Town has done a pretty good job, through the Access permit system, of reminding contractors of the code provisions regarding the prevention of drainage on to the Town road system from private driveways. However, there are many driveways that were constructed prior to 1991 and a few after 1991 that drain on to our road system and cause asphalt failure. On Monday staffs intent is to present the problem in order for the Council to be familiar with the issue when staff makes a policy recommendation at a later date. Feedback from Council would be helpful,but no policy decisions are necessary on Monday. FINANCIAL SUMMARY: See attached spreadsheet. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Council approve the attached project list with the understanding that roads might be added or deleted from the list based on the results of the bid process or other factors. 3� Road Fund 00.xis Page 1 2000 ROAD FUND BUDGET REVENUES 99 Carryover $12,961 Real Estate Revenues, projects $395,803 Real Estate Revenues - Snowmelt Road $999,835 Occupancy Assessment $25,000 Road Cut Permit Fees $2,400 Interest Income $10,000 Total Revenue $1,445,999 EXPENSES District Master Location i9b Snowmelt Rd., upper Reserve $999,835 Country Club S. Club Circle, High to Harlstor Asphalt overlay, drainage $84,480 Central Hawkridge Asphalt overlay $23,833 Ridge Run View Ridge Lane Asphalt overlay $9,350 West V. Lot12, upper Asphalt overlay $26,970 West V. Lot12, lower Asphalt overlay $26,970 Melton Ranch Lemond Place Asphalt overlay $23,440 Melton Ranch Lemond Circle Asphalt overlay $750 Wood Run Alpine Lane Asphalt overlay $5,650 Wood Run Little Lane Asphalt overlay $1,500 Wood Run Creek Lane Asphalt overlay $12,308 97 Snowmelt payback $50,000 98 Owl Creek - Pitco $62,500 Snowmelt Rd. Sealcoat $75,000 Engineering $10,000 Collection Fee $7,916 Patching $20,000 Total Expenses $1,440,503 2000 Carryover $5,496 Prepared by Hunt Walker 06/02/2000 Pagel UUi Ul,UU 1H0 12:41 lAA 1 Biu N4o aN4b .fbtlnLLZLh WALIV,1 :u.1cn f•Owff96 NMYrI.11• (970)945.1004 sc•nx • 118 West 61h,Suite 200 FAX(970)945-5946 Glenwood Springs,CO 91601 MEMORANDUM VIA FAX: 923.3794 DATE: June 1, 2000 TO: Hunt Welker, Public Works Director FROM: Dean own Engineer RE: 2000 R d Fund ssues The purpose of this memo Is to summarize significant Issues which are being considered as part of the 2000 road fund. By way of background, within the last couple of years, we have found ourselves in a position where we have brought a vast majority of the roadways within the community up to an adequate structural capacity level. Site conditions which now have the most significant effect on the performance of the roadway system include the following: • Drainage from uphill driveways. • Maintenance of drainage facilities. • Condition of retaining wall systems. Drainage facilities and retaining wall systems are generally located within Town right-of-way or within Town easements and seem to be the responsibility of the Town with respect to maintenance, replacement or other requirements. Driveways are typically the responsibility of the adjacent private property owner who requires the driveway for access. While portions of the driveway are located within the public ROW or public easement, the responsibility typically extends from the pavement edge of the roadway into the private lot. Addressing drainage from these uphill driveways will involve the expense in reconfiguration and reconstruction of the lower portions of the driveway. Typically, that work would occur within the ROW or easement but, in certain instances, it may in fact extend past the lot boundary. Staff Is requesting feedback from Town Council on this issue because it affects the private landowner directly, both in terms of the cost for reconstruction and the coordination required in order to accomplish the work. Considerations with respect to driveways which staff have discussed are as follows: A. Consideration by Road • Collector roadway • Local roadway • Access by Town ROW a Access by Town easement only u0�uli00 IiIU 12:48 FAX 1 970 945 5948 SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER Q1002 June 1, 2000 Memo to Hunt Walker Page 2 8. Consideration by Date of Certificate of Occupancy • Prior to Ordinance 17 • After Ordinance 17 �. Consideration by Impact • Safety hazard • Accelerated roadway deterioration • No apparent impact Staff requests feedback from Town Council on establishing procedures to be used for determining the cost responsibility of adjacent property owners. Without a procedure being established, staff feels there Is a likelihood that the Town Council will be drawn into discussions with property owners on a case by case basis. On the other hand, with the procedure in place, it would be the intent that the majority of the issues to be addressed with the property owners can be handled at the staff level. A decision is not needed at the June 5 meeting; however, a decision is needed by mid-summer so the policy can be implemented for this year's projects. DWG 00-1018.1/18C File: 2000.101-001 SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER,INC. qL Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday I Thursday Friday Saturday June 2000 1 2 3 - 1:00 Mall -OP Facility Ribbon Cutting Partners Meeting @ 3:OOp.m. -4:00 EOTC/Aspen 4 5 6 7 B 9 10 -2:OOpm TC -5:30 Joint -9:00-Noon W.S. PC/TC T.C.W.S. Meeting -4:OOpm TC Reg 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 -2:OOpm TC -Noon: -5:30 p.m. W.S. Town Meeting Town Mtg. in Council in Council Chambers Chambers CML Conference CML Conference CML Conference CML Conference Grand Junction Grand Junction Grand Junction Grand Junction .18 19 20 21 22 23 24 - 2:00 pm TC W.S. - 4:00 pm TC Reg 25 26 27 28 29 30 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday I Thursday Friday Saturday 1 July 2000 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 -NO MEETING -Holiday -4:00 EOTC Community Aspen Council Picnic Chambers 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 -2:00 T.C. W.S. -4:00 Reg. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 -2:00 T.C. W.S. .23 24 25 26 27 28 29 -2:00 T.C. W.S. -4:00 T.C. Mtg. 30 31 DESIGN TEAM COPY This document is similar to the final review application submitted to the town on 5-26-00. Note the following differences to simplify reproduction: 1 Color items are reproduced here in black and white. 2 The civil engineering drainage report has been omitted in section 9. 3 Specifications for the water and sewer work in section 10 have been omitted. 4 Town copy presented in 3-ring binders. RECEIVED JUN 0 12000 gn a, Deve��nt Co.un The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 Table Of Contents The Timbers Club Final Review Application 5-25-00 Snowmass Village,CO • 8-1/2x11 24x36 1208(112 size) this binder separate package separate package 1 Introductory letter X 2 Vicinity Map X 3 Disclosure of Property Ownership X 47 Legal Description of Property X 5 Project Team X 6 Project Description 7 Changes Since Preliminary PUD Approval X 8 Planned Unit Development Guide X 9 Civil Engineering -- - — - - - - Drawings X Final plat X Drainage study X 10 water and Sewer Drawings X Specifications X 11 Landscape Final planting plan X of reta — _ . . - Exa mples ining walls X 12 Stream Enhancement P-I a ris X 13 Architectural X Floor area drawings X Architectural drawings X _ Bus stops and shelters X Color and materials separate boards Employee housing specifications X Employee housing furniture plans X Site lighting X 14 Employee Housing Agreement X 15 Condominium Documents separate binder 16 Parking License Agreement X 17 Subdivision Improvements Agreement X 18 Other Project Legal Documents X Non-Disturbance Easements X Quit-Claim beedds X — -- - 19 Construction Management and Phasing X �f TOC-Final.zls WO 05126/2000 Vt Introductory Letter i - The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 .S • May 24, 2000 Chris Conrad Senior Planner Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Dear Chris: On behalf of The Timbers at Snowmass LLC, we are submitting this application for final Planned Unit Development consideration for a project known as The Timbers at Snowmass. The project was granted Preliminary PUD approval in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000 on March 20, 2000. Previously,we submitted a request to rezone the property to ME At that time, we also requested approval of a subdivision exemption under the provisions of Section 16A-5-550 of the Municipal Code for the purposes of approving condominium dwelling units and parking spaces and time share estate. It is our understanding that these applications remain active and will be considered for approval along with the final PUD Plan. It is our understanding that the final PUD application and the subdivision exemption request will be considered by the Town Council at its June 5" and June 19' meetings. With regard to the rezone issue, it is our understanding that, in accordance with the provisions of Section 16A-5-220 of the Municipal Code, the Planning Commission previously submitted its recommendation to the Town Council on this matter. Since Section 16A-5-220(c)(5) the Municipal Code requires first reading of the rezone ordinance prior to the public hearing, we request that first reading of the rezone ordinance be scheduled for the June 19' meeting. Finally, it is our understanding that, to provide adequate public notice and comply with Section 16A-5- 220(c)(6), a public hearing will be held on the rezoning matter on July 3`" meeting, at which time we are hopeful that second reading will be granted on the rezone. We look forward to processing this application with you. Please let me know if you require any additional information. Sincerely, •`( Doug Dotson Vicinity Map 2. The Timbers_ Club S N O W M A S S V I L I, A G E C O I, O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 •f VW jSZ Ow!Creek Ra-' /I VIN- cv=s Brush Creek Road ?�O: 4,- rtseX Ranc"I Disclosure Of Property Ownership 3 • The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 g Legal Description of Property L� - The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 •s PROPERTY DESCRIPTION PARCEL K, (INCLUDING THE 1 . 386 ACRE "SKI EASEMENT" AREA AND THE UNDESIGNATED 1 .471 ACRE TRACT LYING NORTH OF FARAWAY ROAD) FARAWAY RANCH, ACCORDING TO THE GROSS PARCEL PLAT THEREOF RECORDED MARCH 18, 1985 IN PLAT BOOK 17 AT PAGE 5 . COUNTY OF PITKIN STATE OF COLORADO • to Project Team 5• The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May, 2000 i,o Property Owner/Developer The Timbers at Snowmass LLC C/O David Burden P.O. Box 1363 Basalt, Colorado 81621 Phone (970) 927-1100 Contractor Mark Norris Etkin/Skanska/Norris & Associates 5080 County Road 154 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 Phone(970) 945-4400 Attorney Christopher Payne Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll 1225 17" Street Suite 2300 Denver, CO 80202 Phone(303) 299-7345 Attorney David Myler " Freilich, Myler, Leitner & Carlisle 106 S. Mill Street, Suite 202 Aspen, CO 81611 Phone (970) 920-1018 Architect Wayne Stryker Stryker/Brown 119 South Spring Street Aspen, CO 81611 Phone(970) 925-2100 Fax (970) 925-2258 Planner Doug Dotson 1665 E. Browning Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84105 Phone(801) 582-5156 Fax (801) 582-5156 11 Page I The Timbers a(Snowmass Projeci Team Geotechnical Engineer CTL Thompson . 234 Center Drive Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601 Phone(970) 945-2809 Fax (970) 945-7411 Civil Engineer Sopris Engineering 502 Main Street Carbondale, Colorado 81623 Phone(970) 704-0311 Fax (970) 704-0313 Mechanical/Electrical Engineer Beaudin Ganze P.O. Box 39 110 E. Beaver Creek Road Avon, Colorado 81620 Phone(970) 949-6108 Fax (970) 949-6159 Structural Engineer • Maggert and Associates (,L 580 Main Street, Suite 300 Carbondale, Colorado 81623 Phone (970) 963-9643 Fax (970) 963-0135 Landscape Architect Doug Pratte The Land Studio 1002 Lauren Lane P.O. Box 107 Basalt, Colorado 81621 Phone (970) 927-3690 Fax (970) 927-4261 Hydrology and Wildlife Wright Water Engineers 2490 W. 26th Avenue Suite 100A Denver, Colorado 80211 Phone(303) 480-1700 1 Z.. Page 2 The Timbers n!Snowmass Projed Team 13 i • Project Description (0 • The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 •IJ Project Description Project Location The Timbers at Snowmass is located south of Brush Creek Road, at its intersection with Faraway Road. Faraway Road bi-sects the property. The project is located within the Town as shown on the attached Vicinity Map. Project Description The objective of the project remains consistent with the design, site layout, and operational program and structure granted Preliminary PUD approval by the Town in Resolution No. 6 Series of 2000. The Timbers at Snowmass meets existing resort and community needs within Snowmass Village and is reflected in the Town's Comprehensive Plan; permits additional high occupancy bed base near the existing Assay Hill ski lift and trail; is compatible with the surrounding neighborhood; provides employee housing units on the site in a manner that not only meets the needs of this project but also will provide a net increase in employee housing in the �y community; and complies with the Comprehensively Planned Area(CPA) overlay objectives of i Section 16A-3-40(6) of the Municipal Code. • The Project will: A. Create a fractional interest ownership project with at least 256 factional ownership interest, and potentially up to 320 ownership interests. This ownership arrangement promotes high occupancy rates at this key location. The Town Council determined, in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000 (Finding 16A), that the fractional ownership, club arrangement proposed is in the best interest of the community. B. Provide employee housing that not only meets the requirements of the project, mitigated at 100%, but also employee housing that exceeds the project requirements. C. Provide a solution to mitigate and enhance Faraway Road and the Faraway Road - Brush Creek Road intersection. D. Result in the conveyance of Parcel N to the Town for the purposes of constructing additional employee housing in the future. u E. Exceed by a significant amount the open space requirements of the MU zone • i 1 The Timbers at Snowmass Final Project Description Page-1- May 2000 district. F.F. Establish anon-disturbance easement to the benefit of the Town and ensure open space in perpetuity on a substantial part of the property. G. Undertake substantial aesthetic improvements at a key area of the community, including stream and wetland enhancement; the creation of a landscaped, boulder waterfall; and elimination of an unsightly retaining wall. H. Preserve key view corridors for surrounding residential properties. I. Maintain or improve the ski-in/ski-out access for this project and other nearby properties. J. Enhance and provide permanent easements for that portion of the community pedestrian trail system which crosses the property and provide a three year commitment to provide trail access across Assay Hill to Base Village. J. Enhance the operation of the Faraway Road -Brush Creek Road intersection by constructing turning and acceleration/deceleration lanes and provide up to four well-designed, bus passenger waiting shelters, bus i pull-outs, and transit and school bus kiss and ride facility. • The Timbers at Snowmass consists of a total of 58 units. Of this number, there are 36 three bedroom multi-family dwelling units (Club Suites) and 4 four bedroom single family attached dwelling units (townhomes) located in Parcel K- Lot 1. There are 18 multi-family dwelling units located in Parcel K - Lot 2. They are comprised of 9 one bedroom units and 9 two bedroom units. The units in Parcel K - Lot 2, through an Employee Housing Agreement, will be built by the Developer and sold to the Town, for an amount authorized by the Municipal Code, for employee housing. If the Town is unable to purchase the 18 units, the Developer is committed through the same Employee Housing Agreement, to deed restrict the units for employee housing and operate and maintain the employee housing product in accordance with standards and guidelines used by the Town for employee housing that it owns, which are fully described in the Employee Housing Agreement. The project will include 191 parking spaces. This includes 39 surface parking spaces for the employee housing units and 152 parking spaces for The Timbers Club. While the parking does not meet the specific requirements of the Municipal Code, the proposal is consistent with the variance authorized by the Town Council in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000. The project will provide 152 plaza-level and underground parking space on that portion of the property southwest of the Brush Creek Road - Faraway Road intersection. The manner in which the parking is provided now complies with the conditions imposed by the Town Council i The Timbers at Snowmass Finn!Project Description Page -2- May 2000 in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000. That resolution granted Preliminary PUD approval. The underground parking structure, which will contain 137 parking spaces, includes a combination of common element and condominiumized parking spaces. The Final PUD Guide establishes a specific program for ownership, use, and management of these parking spaces. This program also is in compliance with the conditions established by the Town Council in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000. Within Lot 1, there will be a total of 40 condominiumized dwelling units. A Time Share Estate is created for the purpose of creating up to 320 fractional ownership interests in the 36 Club Suites and 4 Townhome units. Members of The Timbers at Snowmass will acquire one or more ownership interests ("Fractional Interest") in a specific condominium unit, which interest shall include an undivided interest in the common areas in the Project and an undivided interest in the equipment, furniture, fixtures and related accessories located within the Project and the individual condominium unit. Specifically, members will purchase one or more Fractional Interests in either a three or a four bedroom condominium unit. At least 32 Club Suites will be divided into 1/8th interests for ownership purposes. The four(4) townhomes and up to four(4) Club Suites may be sold either as whole interests or in fractions of up to 1/8th interest, and either part of or separate from the timeshare regime, which shall be determined by the Developer. This provision is authorized by the Town Council in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000. Also in accordance with Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000, the . Timbers Owners Association will require only a simple majority vote of the owners to permit the short-term rental of the any Club Suites in which fractional interests are sold and which is part of the timeshare regime of the project. Separate membership interests will be created in the three and four bedroom units. Each membership will include the right to reserve and use the specific type of condominium unit associated with it(either a three or four bedroom unit) subject to the Reservation Policies and Procedures adopted by the Association, a copy of which is provided in the Condominium Documents included with this application. Additional use of a unit will be permitted based on availability. Unreserved space will be made available for use by members in accordance with the Reservations Policies and Procedures. The policies are set up to ensure that the units are highly utilized. The project's main amenity is direct ski-in and ski-out access to the Snowmass Ski Area. Other amenities include on-site owner storage areas and attended ski storage, to minimize the inconveniences of destination travel; a clubhouse with lounge and bar area; locker rooms; health and fitness area, and special purpose meeting and amenity rooms. The facility is highly service oriented. On-site concierge services are provided for planning and reservations, delivering skis slope side, and providing other services for member services. A wait staff will be on-call for members. . The Timbers at Snowmass Final Project Description Page -3- May 2000 . The project will provide a high level of complementary transportation service for the benefit of the members. A fleet of four(4) vans(limos) will be maintained on-site. These vans will provide on-call service to Pitkin County Airport, Aspen, within Snowmass Village, and other reasonable destinations desired by Owner. Compliance With Review Standards The project continues to be in conformance with all applicable review and development evaluation standards identified in Article 5 of Chapter 16-A of the Municipal Code. A full explanation of how the project complies with each evaluation standard/criteria, the community benefits provided by the project, and reasons for varying certain dimensional limitations and standards established in Chapter 16-A of the Municipal Code is provided in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000. The Timbers at Snowmass Final Project Description Page-4- May 2000 Changes Since Preliminary PUD Approval T The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 • • Changes Since Preliminary PUD Approval The following changes have been made to the project since Preliminary PUD approval was granted by the Town Council in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000. The changes are either a clarification/refinement of information and concepts included in the Preliminary PUD application or are minor changes resulting from further study or requests by the Town. The changes identified here are minor and do not alter the concepts previously approved by the Town. Rather, they are improvements to the project. 1. The stream enhancement plan has been further clarified. The stream, which was shown as partially below ground in the Preliminary PUD application, is located entirely on the surface. The Developer has worked with John McCarty, contract landscape architect for the Town, to finalize the design. 2. A five foot(5)jog have been designed into the wall of the underground parking garage to permit a better condition for the turn around east of Building M. This is necessary to accommodate the needs of the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District. 1 3. The grading design for that area behind (south) Buildings B and C has been altered. As a `� result of further study, the revised grading design is improved in a manner that, while • consistent with Town standards, permits the elimination of a substantial amount of retaining wall that was shown in the Preliminary PUD Plan. 4. The overall floor area of the Club portion of the project is reduced somewhat from that described and shown in the Preliminary PUD Plan. This is a result of: 1) undertaking detailed floor area calculations in accordance with Ordinance 11, Series of 1999 (which was a condition of the Preliminary PUD approval) and 2) reductions in the amount of space provided in the plaza and basement levels of Buildings A and D. The plaza and basement level of Building A was reconfigured to provide more efficient use of the space. This also helped to reduce the amount of space required to provide appropriate service functions. 5. The floor area of the employee housing portion of the project increased from that described and shown in the Preliminary PUD Plan. This is the result of minor reductions in the length of the units, while providing a substantial increase in the width of each unit. The interior layout of the employee units also changed. These changes were made at the request of the Town. 6. Average units sizes changed slightly as follows: Preliminary Final The Timbers at Snowmass Changes Since Preliminary Page -I- May,2000 • a. Three Bedroom Club Suites 2,000 S.F. 2,048 S.F. b. Four Bedroom Townhouse 3,586 S.F. 3,543 S.F. C. One Bedroom Employee 557 S.F. 615 S.F. d. Two Bedroom Employee 1,057 S.F. 1,120 S.F. 7. The floor elevation of the parking garage was raised slightly. However, the plaza level remained at the same elevation described in the Preliminary PUD Plan. Numerous interior columns where place in the garage. As a result the number of parking spaces in the garage went from 135 to 137. A possible increase of up to 10 spaces was identified in Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000. 8. The site de-watering system design has been finalized. A trench drain was added on the up hill side of the project. ZO The Timbers a(Snowmass Changes Since Preliminary Page -2- May 2000 LAW OFFICES BALLARD SPAHR ANDREWS SL INGERSOLL, LLP 1225 17TH STREET, SUITE 2300 PHILADELPHIA, PA DENVER, COLORADO 80202-5596 BALTIMORE, MD (303) 292-2400 CAMDEN, NJ FAX: (303) 296-3956 SALT LAKE CITY, UT LAWYERS @BALLARDSPAHR.COM WASHINGTON, DC CHRISTOPHER PAYNE DIRECT DIAL: 303-299-7345 PAYNEQBALLARDSPAHR.COM May 24, 2000 David A. Burden Timbers at Snowmass LLC 25 Lower Woodbridge Road, Suite 102-B Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Re: Final PUD Plan Application and Subdivision Exemption Request Timbers Club at Snowmass, Pitkin County, Colorado ("Timbers Club") Dear David: At your request this letter summarizes relevant provisions of the Timbers Club project Z! • documents in connection with the submission of a final PUD Plan Application, which includes a subdivision exemption request under the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code ("Town Code"). Since the initial submission of project documents back in July, 1999, several focused changes have been made to the project documents to respond to requests of the Town of Snowmass Village Planning Commission ("Planning Commission") and the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council ("Town Council"), which will also be discussed below. Overview of the Timbers Club Real property interests in the Timbers Club are created at two levels. First, the parcel will be organized into a series of designated condominium units, and common elements, including internal roads, underground parking, and recreational amenities. Second, nearly all of the residential condominium units will be further divided into fractional interest estates, referred to as "Club Interests." The Club Interests have been structured to meet the definition of a "timespan estate" under the Colorado Condominium Ownership Act and are also intended to fall under the definition of a timeshare estate under the Town Code. Club Interests, which represent a one-eighth (1/8) fractional tenant-in-common interest in a residential unit, will be conveyed by deed and include all appurtenant rights to use access, parking, and recreational amenities located within the common elements of the parcel. From an owner's perspective, however, an attractive . feature is the flexible occupancy rights to residential units in the Timbers Club ("Club Units"). Both the Declaration and Club Reservation Procedures operate to guarantee each owner with two CO_DOCS_A 62264 v 3 David A. Burden May 24, 2000 Page 2 weeks occupancy in the winter season and two weeks in the summer season. Club Units are subject to cross use easements for all residential Club Members to allow Timbers Club management to maximize the use of unoccupied Club Units. The project documents submitted to Town Council include the Condominium Declaration, Articles and Bylaws of the Owners Association, Club Rules, Regulations, and Reservation Procedures ("Club Rules"), Purchase and Sale Agreement, and Disclosure Statement. The project documents were previously submitted to the Colorado Real Estate Commission ("Commission"), in accordance with the requirements of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, the Colorado subdivision laws, and Regulation S of the Commission. Approval of the Timbers Club by the Commission was granted on September 21, 1999. Approval of a Timeshare Project Under the Town Code Section 5-207 of the Town Code authorizes the Town Council to exempt the creation of condominium units and fractional interests from subdivision regulations. Specifically, Section 5- • 270.F sets forth the application and consumer disclosure requirements required under the Town Code for approval of a timeshare project. It is our understanding that the materials included in the general project application materials submitted to the Planning Commission and Town Council have satisfied the application contents requirement of Town Code Section 5-27.F.4. Remaining Town Code requirements apply to the project documents in the context of marketing and sales. While marketing efforts have proceeded, the Timbers Club has elected not to enter into binding purchase agreements until approval of the final PUD Plan. Accordingly, there should be no concern that the Timbers Club is in violation of the Town Code regarding unapproved or premature sales efforts. That said, we believe that the project sales documents, which have already been approved by the Commission, are in full compliance with the Town Code and could be used in current sales efforts. A final Disclosure Statement, as amended, has been submitted to the Planning Director with the specific disclosure required in Section 5-270.F.5. The right of rescission set forth in Town Code Section 5-270.F.6, as well as required under C.R.S. 12-61-405(1)(i), is presented in bold print directly above the buyer's signature block in the Purchase and Sale Agreement. Escrow agreements have been established with Land Title Guarantee Company, Glenwood Springs, Colorado in compliance with Town Code Section 5-207.F.7 and Commission Rule S-20. The Timbers Club is aware that all sales of Club Interests within Colorado must be made by persons licensed by the Commission, as set forth in Town Code Section 5-270.F.9, and such requirement is acknowledged in the Disclosure Statement. co_DOCS_A 62264 v 3 . David A. Burden May 24, 2000 Page 3 The project documents -- and in particular, the Declaration -- further comply with Town Code Section 7-207.F.8. The project is identified through the legal description attached as Exhibit A to the Declaration, with a general location and project description provided in Paragraph 2 of the Disclosure Statement. Sections 22.1, 22.3, and 22.5 of the Declaration set forth the methods for identifying and creating Club Interests. The formula for allocating common expenses among club Interests is described in Section 22.8 of the Declaration, and voting rights, including the use of proxies, are described in Sections 22.6, 8.1, and 8.2 of the Declaration. The ownership interest in personal property located within a Club Unit is described in Section 22.2(f), with provisions for care and replacement authority granted to the Association in Sections 22.7 and 22.8 of the Declaration. The Declaration contains general use restrictions in its Article 13, but specific use, occupancy, and alienation restrictions are set forth in Sections 22.10, and 22.11 of the Declaration, as well as in the Club Rules. With regard to the Town Code's requirements governing the Owners Association in Section 5-270.F.8.a(8), the Association's rights are fully set forth in the Articles and Bylaws. Z3 • Moreover, Sections 9.1 and 9.2 within the Declaration grant the Owners Association broad rights, including those required by the Town Code. To insure that the Association is properly funded, the Timbers Club will establish a working capital account and require the deposit of three months' estimated assessments by each purchaser at the initial sale of a unit, pursuant to Section 9.6 of the Declaration. In accordance with Town Code Section 5-270.F.10, the Timbers Club is not exempt from the obligation to pay assessments with respect to unsold units or timespan estates. See Sections 10.1 and 22.8 of the Declaration. Response to General Evaluation Standards In addition to specific application requirements, the Town Code permits Town Council to review an application for a timeshare project under broader evaluation standards; such as balance in the variety and type of short term accommodations, and mitigation of negative impacts on the Town's transportation system. We have responded to several requests in these areas. Town Council asked the developer to encourage use of Club vehicles and public transportation. In response, we have added provisions in the Club Rules, Purchase and Sale Agreement, and Disclosure Statement describing and encouraging use of Club vans, tire Roaring Fork Transit Agency, and the Snowmass Village shuttle system. Section 6.7 of the Club Rules is a good example of this provision and also requires the Association to maintain a fleet of not less than four passenger vans for use by Club Members. The Town Council also expressed some • concerns regarding on-site parking and the use of Town parking permits. In Section 7.11 of the Club Rules, exterior parking spaces are strictly time regulated. Paragraph 15.E of the Purchase CO_DOCS_A 62264 v 3 • David A. Burden May 24, 2000 Page 4 and Sale Agreement discloses that parking permits for public parking lots will not be issued by the Town to Club Members. As outlined more fully in the next section, in response to Town Council concerns about adequate on-site parking, we have limited the number of free market parking spaces that may be retained by the developer during a three year parking evaluation period. Also related to parking, Town Council required the developer to place a private restriction on the resale of free market parking spaces ("Social Units"), although the Town's authority to do so is somewhat unclear. Specifically, Town Council requested that each owner of a Social Unit provide two consecutive 30-day announcements during which time the owner may only accept offers from nearby property owners initially, and then, from other owners within the Town. This 60-day announcement applies to leasing as well as sale of Social Units. In response, Section 13.9 of the Declaration was prepared. The Town Council further requested that such announcements be advertised through the Association to insure that the advertising and priority notification requirements have been met. While the Association is not authorized under ,L J • Colorado law to act as a broker for the owners of Social Units, we have attempted to comply with this request in the following ways. Under Section 8.5 of the Declaration, the Association will not recognize a new owner of a transferred unit until the seller provides the Association with notice of such transfer. With regard to Social Unit owners, Section 8.5 has been amended to require proof of compliance with the presale advertising requirement. Similarly, in Section 13.8 of the Declaration, the Association will not recognize the lease of a Social Unit until certain conditions have been met, and Section 13.8 has been modified to include proof of compliance with the pre-leasing announcement. Although not a verbatim response to the Town Council's request, we believe Sections 13.9, 8.5, and 13.8 represent the best practical approach to a thorny request. In another area, Town Council has expressed a strong desire to insure that Club Members can create a short term rental program within the project. Several provisions of the Declaration support this right. Section 13.1 grants owners the general right to rent or lease units subject to applicable zoning codes and the general use restrictions set forth in the Declaration. Section 22.7(g) expressly permits the Association to establish a rental program of the Club Interests upon a majority vote of the owners, subject to restrictions imposed by applicable securities laws. The Club Rules encourage informal internal exchanges of reserved vacation times among Club Members, and freely allow Club Members to invite unaccompanied guests to reside in a Club Unit with prior notice to the Association. See Sections 4.3 and 2.18 of the Club Rules. • CO DOCS A 62264 v 3 David A. Burden May 24, 2000 Page 5 Conditions for Final PUD Plan Submission The following summarizes those provisions in the project documents that satisfy specific conditions set forth in Section Three of the draft Resolution No. 6 (Series of 2000) by section number in the draft Resolution. Section 3.5. The Club Rules describe complimentary transportation service to be provided by four passenger vans and encourage use of Club and public transit options at Section 6.7 thereof. Section 3.9. Paragraph 15.E of the Purchase and Sale Agreement discloses to prospective purchasers that the Town will not issue parking permits for the public parking lots to owners of Club Interests. Section 3.10.E. Although this section in the draft Resolution seems to require underground parking spaces to be designated as a single condominium unit, the general • parking spaces will be shown as a common element, owned in common by Association members and regulated by the Association, consistent with earlier language in Section 3.10 of the draft Resolution. Section 3.10.F. Of the Social Units retained by the developer, 36 Social Units will be made available to the Association. Eighteen (18) spaces will be licensed directly to the Association, by separate document, on a no-net basis in which the Association pays all taxes, assessments, and expenses. The developer will make an additional 18 parking spaces available to the Association either by(i) leaving those parking spaces as common elements subject to a future right to convert into Social Units, or (ii) placing a deed restriction on those Social Units during the term of the review period. In the event the developer is required to return parking spaces to the Association and convert Social Units back into the common elements, such right of conversion is expressly granted in Section 15.2(d) of the Declaration. Section 3.10.A. Exterior parking will be designated as a common element regulated by the Association and time restricted under Section 7.11.2 of the Club Rules. Section 3.10.J. The Timbers Club responds to Town Council's presale and pre- leasing requirements in Section 13.9 of the Declaration. • CO DOCS A 62264 v 3 David A. Burden May 24, 2000 Page 6 Section 3.1 O.K. Assignments of parking spaces within the underground parking area are governed by Section 7.1 1.1 of the Club Rules. Section 3.10.L. The Association is given enforcement authority in Sections 8.5 and 13.8 of the Declaration to insure compliance with the advertising and priority notification provisions requested by Town Council. Section 3.16. The Declaration expressly provides in Section 22.7(g) that the Club Owners, by a simple majority vote, may establish a rental program within the Timbers Club. Individual owners may freely lease or rent their interests pursuant to Section 13.1 of the Declaration. Section 3.28. The project documents have been revised to show that employee housing units will not be condominiumized. Nonetheless, to satisfy Developer's commitment to ensure exterior maintenance of the employee housing buildings in the event the Town does not purchase the parcel, Section 16.1 of the Declaration allows for • future expansion of the Condominium Project to include the employee housing parcel if necessary. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions. It is our mutual understanding that should you provide a copy of this letter to the Town Council or its staff, you do not intend to waive attorney-client privilege regarding underlying discussions or any other communications regarding this project. Very truly yours, Christopher Payne CP/pd cc: W. Michael Clowdus, Esq. Mr. Doug Dotson (via facsimile) CO DOCS A 62264 v 3 Planned Unit Development Guide 8• The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 • Planned Unit Development Guide • Section 16A-5-370(3) of the Municipal Code requires the submission of a PUD Guide, the purpose of which shall be to specify the zone district limitations and development regulations that will guide the development of The Timbers property. In addition to all civil engineering, architectural, and other drawings included in the final application, the following parameters shall serve as zone district limitations and development regulations for The Timbers at Snowmass project. Parcel K- Lot 1 Development Guide A. Development Intent 1. Parcel K - Lot 1,which is 9.395 acres, includes all of the Club Suites and Townhouses, related parking, and uses that are accessory to the operation of The Timbers at Snowmass. 2. Within Lot 1, there will be a total of 40 condominiumized dwelling units. 3. Parking spaces in an underground parking garage will be either a common Zo • element of the project or condominiumized, as further described in this PUD Guide. 4. A Time Share Estate is created for the purpose of creating up to 320 fractional ownership interests in the 36 Club Suites and 4 Townhome units. At least 32 Club Suites will be will divided into 1/8th interests for ownership purposes. 5. The four(4) townhomes and up to four(4) Club Suites may be sold either as whole interests or in fractions of up to 1/8th interest, and either part of or separate from the timeshare regime, which shall be determined by the Developer. 6. The Timbers Owners Association will require only a simple majority vote of the owners to permit the short-term rental of the any Club Suites in which fractional interests are sold and which is part of the timeshare regime of the project. B. Allowed Uses 36 three bedroom multi-family dwelling units (Club Suites) • The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -1- May.2000 • 4 four bedroom single family attached dwelling units (Townhomes) Lobby, office, ski storage and lockers, club lounge and kitchen, conference and meeting area,health club and spa, and related service, mechanical, and common areas 7 Plaza level surface parking spaces 137 parking spaces in the underground structure 8 parking spaces for Townhome units in attached garages Open space Trails and sidewalks Utilities Passive recreation areas Exterior pool and spa areas Landscaped plaza with access drive C. Development Parameters 1. Gross Building Square Footage Club Suites and Townhomes 153,904 square feet Underground garage 63.180 square feet TOTAL 217,084 square feet 2. Building Square Footage as Calculated Under Section 16A-3-210 of the Code Club Suites and Townhomes 128,581 square feet Parcel K- Lot 2 Development Guide A. Development Intent 1. Parcel K - Lot 2, which is 1.539 acres, includes all of the Restricted Employee Housing Units and related parking. 2. Employee housing units in Lot 2 will be subject to an Employee Housing Agreement between the Town of Snowmass Village and the Developer, which is included in the Final PUD Application. B. Proposed Uses 9 one bedroom multi-family dwelling units • 9 two bedroom multi-family dwelling units The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -2- May,2000 • Home occupations, storage, laundry, and related service and mechanical areas 42 surface parking spaces Open space Utilities Trails and sidewalks Passive recreation areas C. Development Parameters 1. Gross Building Square Footage 21,351 square feet 2. Calculated Square Footage by Code 16,402 square feet 3. Average Square Footage by Unit Type 9 one bedroom @ approx. average 615 square feet 9 two bedroom @ approx. average 1,120 square feet Parcel K- Lot 3 Development Guide 4 D • A. Development Intent 1. Parcel K - Lot 3,which is 0.151 acres, shall be a park and ride facility, to be conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village. B. Proposed Uses 6 surface parking spaces Open space Utilities Trails and sidewalks Parcel K- Lot 4 Development Guide A. Development Intent 1. Parcel K- Lot 4, which is 0.025 acres, includes a portion of the public trail and bridge abutments for the wooden bridge that permits access across Brush Creek Road, and will be conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village. • The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page-3- May,2000 • B. Proposed Uses Open space Above grade bridge Trails and sidewalks Utilities Project Floor Area Ratio The maximum floor area ratio in the MU zone district is 1:1. The floor area ratio for project will be as follows. A. Lot I Club Suites and Townhome Units/Amenity Facilities Total Square Footage 128,581 S.F. Total Parcel Square Footage (9.395 Acres) 409,246 S.F. Floor Area Ratio .314 B. Lot 2 Employee Housing Total Square Footage 16,402 S.F. Total Parcel Square Footage (1.539 Acres) 67,038 S.F. 3� Floor Area Ratio •245 C. Total Project Total Square Footage 144,983 S.F. Total Project Square Footage 476,284 S.F. Floor Area Ratio .304 Number of Bedrooms in the Project Bedrooms Employee Housing 27 The Timbers Club 124 TOTAL 151 Project Parking and Transportation Program A. The Land Use and Development Code requires 1.5 spaces per bedroom for employee housing and 1.0 space per bedroom for other dwelling units in the MU zone district. The Timbers of Snawmass Final PUD Guide Page-4- May,2000 . B. In Resolution No 6, Series of 2000, Finding 14.c and Section Three (condition 10), the Town Council agreed that 1.26 parking spaces per bedroom in the employee housing, or a minium of 34 space, is an acceptable standard. C. In Resolution No 6, Series of 2000, Section Three(condition 10), the Town Council agreed that a minimum of 150,but no greater that 160 parking spaces, will be provided for The Timbers at Snowmass Club and associated Social Memberships. D. The Timbers at Snowmass will maintain a project transit system for Club members and Club guests. The Timbers Owners Association will provide four(4) vans for the purposes of providing twenty-four hour on-call transportation services within Snowmass Village, to and from Aspen, the Pitkin County Airport, and other reasonable destinations. E. Parking Regulations and Social Member Limitations 1. Seven (7) parking spaces will be provided on the plaza-level near the porte- cochere, as a common element of the project. The use of these spaces will 32 be time restricted and controlled by The Timbers Owners Association. . 2. There will be two (2) spaces in the garage that is attached to each of the four Townhome units. 3. There will be provided and maintained as a common element of the project a total of 72 parking spaces in the underground parking garage for the thirty-six(36) Club suites. 4. There will be provided and maintained as a common element of the project a total of 8 parking spaces in the underground parking garage for the four (4)Townhome units. 5. There will be provided and maintained as a common element of the project two (2) parking spaces for Club vans and eight (8) parking spaces for employees in the underground parking garage. 6. To ensure that adequate parking will be available for the thirty-six (36) Club Suites, there will be provided thirty-six(36) condom iniumized parking spaces in the underground parking garage. These spaces will be owned by the Developer. The Developer shall make available eighteen (18) of these parking spaces to The Timbers Owners Association for only the prorated . cost of maintenance and liability insurance during the parking evaluation The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page-5- May.2000 • period described below. This arrangement will be formalized by a Parking License, the form of which is included in the final PUD application. A three (3)year parking evaluation period shall be established for the purposes of reviewing and determining the specific parking needs of the thirty-six Club Suites. The evaluation period shall commence on the date of the issuance of the final certificate of occupancy for the thirty-six Club Suites. The Developer and Timbers Owners Association will not impose any restrictions or limitations upon Club members or guests that would affect the Town's ability to accurately assess what the true parking demand for these units. During the evaluation period, the Developer will collect parking data and,with the Planning Director, project the parking needs for the thirty-six Club Suites. During the evaluation period, the Developer may lease, on an annual basis, the remaining 18 parking spaces to Social Members in accordance with the procedures for allocating Social Member parking spaces. 7. During or at the end of the parking evaluation period the Developer and Planning Director will determine whether any or all of the 36 parking spaces retained by the Developer are required to meet the parking needs of the 36 Club Suites. The Developer will, based on the determination of .33 need, convey the specific number of spaces required to meet the needs of • the thirty-six Club Suites to The Timbers Owner's Association, which shall then own and control said additional spaces for the benefit of the owners of the thirty-six Club Suites. If it is determined that any or all of the 36 parking spaces are required for the thirty-six Club Suites, then the Developer can sell or lease the parking spaces to Social Members. 8. The Timbers Owners Association will assign common element parking spaces within the underground structure as follows: a. One (1) parking space shall be assigned to each Club Suite. b. Two (2) parking spaces shall be assigned to each Townhome. C. The location of the assigned spaces will be based on proximity of the parking space to the unit. All other required Club Suite parking spaces will not be assigned. 9. The Developer will provide an additional 11 condominiumized parking spaces for Social Members in the underground parking garage. At the Developer's discretion, these spaces may be leased or sold to Social Members. These spaces shall not be encumbered in any manner. • The Timbers at Snowmnss Finn(PU)Guide Page -6- May.2000 10. The Developer shall allocate, whether by lease or sale, each parking space made available to a Social Member on the following basis: a. The Developer will, after providing a 30 day notice, which will include advertisement in the newspaper of local circulation and by U.S. mail, offer parking spaces at rates/prices established by the Developer to owners of property in any of the Ridge Run subdivisions and The Ridge Condominiums, whose sole or primary means of accessing Brush Creek Road is via Faraway Road ("Faraway Road Properties"). b. After the number of spaces sold or leased to "Faraway Road Properties" is determined, the Developer will offer, for a period of 30 days, parking spaces at rates/prices established by the Developer to any owner of property within Snowmass Village. C. After the number of spaces sold or leased to Snowmass Village residents is determined, then the Developer will offer any remaining parking spaces to any property owner within the Roaring Fork Valley or elsewhere. d. The Timbers Owners Association will require notification of the resale of any Social Member parking space and evidence of compliance with the advertising and priority allocation provisions of this PUD Guide. The Timbers Owners Association will not recognize any Social Membership that was not conveyed in accordance with the requirements herein. F. Parking Spaces will be provided an maintained in the following locations: 1. Lot 1 Underground Garage 137 Plaza(surface) 7 Townhome(attached garage) 8 TOTAL 152 2. Lot 2 Surface Parking 39 3. Total Parking Provided 191 isThe Timbers n(Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -7- May,2000 • Project Open Space A. The Town Code requires that a minimum of 25 percent open space in the MU zone district. B. The Project will provide and maintain 8.7 acres of open space within Lots 1 and 2 of the Project. Total Area of Lot 1 and Lot 2 476,284 S.F. Above Grade Structure Area Lot 1 and 2 93,433 S.F. TOTAL OPEN SPACE 382,851 S.F. Gross Residential Density (Units/Acre) Employee Housing 18 units/1.539 acres = IL 7 units/1 acre Club Suites/Townhouses 40 units/9.395 acres = 4.26 units/1 acre Total Project 58 units/10.934 acres = 5.3 units/I acre 35� Allowable Building Height . A. The maximum height permitted in the MU zone district is 38 feet above existing grade. B. In Resolution No 6, Series of 2000, Section Three(condition 3) the Town Council agreed that the definition of"existing grade"was not appropriate for this Project because of the amount of site disturbance that occurred in the past. The Town Council agreed that the elevation 100' on all Sopris Engineering and Stryker/Brown drawings equals 8,315 Mean Sea Level elevation and the "Project Benchmark" (assumed elevation of 1023.33') would be 120.33' or 8,335.33' Mean Sea Level. Any reduction in the plaza surface elevation will require a commensurate reduction in building height. C. In Resolution No 6, Series of 2000, Finding 12, determined that a variance from the height limitations of the MU zone district for Building A is appropriate and that the maximum height for Building A can be up to 59 feet above grade. D. The maximum building height for the project is documented on the Stryker/Brown architectural drawings (sheet Roof I and Roof 2), which are incorporated as part of this PUD Guide. With the exception of Building A,no structure will exceed 38 feet above grade. The maximum height of Building A The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUU Guide Page -8- May.2000 will be 59 feet above grade. The roof of Building A will not project above elevation 148'10", as shown in the architectural drawings. The Timbers at Snawmass Final PUU Guide Page -9- May,2000 The Timbers Club 4 townhomes FAR Summand 36 3-brm suites P. 1 Summary 18 employee units • 05/2512000 FAR 2 Town- Townhome Building J: Homes 2 entry level 1,084 s.f. 2,168 2 second Boor 1,357 sJ. 2,714 2 third floor 1,103 s.f. 2,206 sub-total for townhomes 7,088 s.f. 2 Town- Townhome Building K: Homes 2 entry level _ 1,078 s.f. _ 2,156 2 second floor _ 1,330 s.f. 2,719 2 third Boor 1,104 s.f. 2,208 sub-total for townhomes 7,063 s.f. 4 suites Suite Buildings L: 1 Parking Level_ _ 256 s.f. 256 1 _ Plaza Level _ 4,466 s.f. 4,466 1 Second Floor 4,276 s.f. 4,276 _ sub-total for buildings L&M 8,998 s.f. 4 suites Suite M: ----- - -- 7 Parking Level 281 s.f. 281 1 Plaza Level 4,467 s.f. 4,467 7 Second Floor 4,277 s.f. 4,277 , sub-total for buildings L&M 9,025 s.f. 8 suites C_ lubh_o_use(building A) 1 Parking Level 10,613 s.f. 10,613 1 Plaza Level 8,904 s.f. 8,904 1 Second Floor _ _ 9,126 s.f. 9,126 Zj 1 Third Floor 9,120 s.f. 9,120 • sub-total for clubhouse 37,763 s.f. 6 suites Suite Building B: 1 Parking Level 743 s.f. 743 _ 1 Plaza Level 5,011 s.f. 5,011 1 Second Floor 4,723 s.f. 4,723 1 Third Floor 4,527 s.f. 4,527 sub-total for building B 15,004 s.f. 6 suites Suite Building C: - - -- - - - - - i Parking Level _ _ _ _ _ 735 s.f. 735 1 Plaza level - _ _ 5,003 s.f. 5,003 1 Second Floor 4,720 s.f. 4,720 1 . .. Third Floor - --- -_- 4,519 s.f. 4,519 s.f. sub-total for building C 14,977 8 suites Suite Building D: 1 Parking Level _ _ _ 4,869 s.f. 4,669 1 Plaza level - 9,349 s.f. 9,349 1 Second Floor _ 9,259 s.f. 9,259 1 Third Floor 5,167 s.f. 5,167 _ sub-total for building D 28,644 s.f. 5 1-brm E_mp_loyee Housing(building E) 5 2-brm 1 Ground Floor _ _ 3,279 s.f. _ __ _ 3,279 1 Second Floor - 3,082 s.f. - 3,082 1 Third Floor 2,809 s.f. 2,809 sub-total for building E 9,170 s.f. 41-brm Em_ ployee Housing (building F) 4 2-brm 1 Ground Floor 2,482 s.f. 2,482 1 Second Floor - - - - -- 2,482 s.f.- - - -2,482 . 1 Third Floor - 2,268 s.f. 2,268 sub-total for building F 7,232 s.f. Total FAR for all residential buildings 144,983 s.f. Gross-FAR ds,FAR-05-25,05125/2000 pi The Timbers Club Gross Floor Area Summary P. la . 05/25/2000 GROSS AREA 2 Town- Townhome Building J: Homes _ 2 entry level 1,856 s.f. 3,712 2 second floor 1,834 s.f. 3,668 2 third floor 1,283 s.f. 2,566 sub-total for townhomes 9,946 sJ. 2 Town- Townhome Building_ K: Homes 2 entry level 1,903 s.f. 3,805 2 second floor 1,797 s.f. 3,653 2 third floor 1,309 s.f. 2,618 sub-total for townhomes 10,076 s.f. 4 suites Suite Buildings L: 1 Parking Level 256 s.f. 256 1 Plaza Level 5,381 s.f. 5,381 1 Second Floor 4,954 s.f. 4,954 sub-total for buildings L&M 10,590 s.f. 4 suites Suite Buildings M. 1 Parking Level 281 s.f. 281 1 Plaza Level _ _ 5,390 s.f. _ 5,390 1 Second Floor 5,068 s.f. 5,068 sub-total for buildings L&M 10,739 s.f. 8 suites Clu_bh_ouse(building A): - _- . - -- 1 -Parkinng Level 13,393 s.f. 13,393 1 Plaza Level 11,655 s.f. 11,655 1 Second Floor 10,074 s.f. 10,074 F _ _ .._ _ 1 Third Floor 9,880 s.f. 9,880 sub-total for clubhouse 45,002 s.f. � 6 suites _Suite Building B: • -1 Parking Level _ .743 0. 743 1 Plaza Level 5,771 s.f. 5,771 1 Second Floor _5,637 s.f. 5,637 1 Third Floor 5,604 s.f. 5,604 sub-total for building B 17,754 s.f. 6 suites Suite Building C: __ 1 Parking Level 735 s.f. 735 1 Plaza level 5,796 s.f. 5,796 1 Second Floor 5,667 s.f. 5,667 1 Third Floor 5,632 s.f. 5,632 s.f sub-total for building C 17,830 8 suites Suite Building D: _ 1 Parking Level 5,013 s.f._ 5,013 1 Plaza level 10,307 s.f. _ 10,307 _ _. _. _ 1 Second Floor _ 10,534 s.f. 10.534 1 Third Floor 6,112 s.f. 6,112 sub-total for building 0 31,966 s.f. 6 1-brm Employee Housing(building E) 5 2-brm 1 _ _ Ground Floor - 4,416 s.f. _ 4,416 1 Second Floor - -- __ ----4,231 s.f. 4,231 1 Third Floor -- 3,071 s.f. 3,071 sub-total for building E 11,718 s.f. 4 1-brm Employee Housing (building F) !2-brm _ 1 _ Ground Floor 3,760 s.f. 3,760 1 Second Floor 3,388 s.f. 3,386 1 Third Floor 2,485 s.i. 2,485 sub-total for building F 9,633 s.f. sub-total for all residential buildings 175,265 s.f. • Parking Garage_ - - -� 1 parking garage 63,180 s.f. 63,180 s.f. Project Total 238,435 s.f. Gross-FAR As,GROSS-05-25,OSf2512000 p i The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations p.2 BUILDING A--Parking garage level . OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Exempt M echanical 2 082 s.f. Exempt Mechanical 399 s.f. Exempt Mechanical 299 s.f. Lobby,Circ &Non-exempt mech. 1,865 s.f. Ski locker storage__ 6,065 s.f. Dressing/toilet rooms 1,378 s.f. Exercise room 1305 s.f. TOTALS 10,613 s.f. 2,780 s.f. 13,393 s.f. BUILDING A--Plaza level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Freight elevator,stairs&open to below 418 s.f. Passenger elevator and mech.shafts _ - 256 s.f. Stair#4 210 s-.f. - --- -- __- ---- Porte cochere 578 s.f. . .- --- - -- - -- -_ Areas_under canopy&porch- 1 291 s.f. Lobby&circulation 3,106 s.f. Lounge . 1,367 s.f. Ski locker areas 2—.505 s.f. Club operations office _ 701 S • Club members business offioe 528 s.f _ Rest Rooms 501 s.f. Kids game room - 196-s! - TOTALS 8,904 s.f. 2,7611 s.f. 1 11,655 1 FS.f. BUILDING A--second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA 4 Balconies for suites 560 s.f. Stair#1 102 s.f. Passenger elevator&mech. Shafts 182 s.f. Stair#2 4-3-Bedroom suites 8,248 s.f. Circulation and storage 878 s.f. TOTALS 9,1261s.f.1 948 s.f. 10,074 s.f. BUILDING A--Third Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA 4 Balconies for suites 368 s.f. Stair#1 102 s.f. Passenger elevator&mech.Shafts 186 s.f. Stair#2 104 s.f. - - - --- - 4 3 Beddrr oom styles 811,248 s.f. Circulation and storage 872 s.f. TOTALS 9,1201s.f.1 760 s.f. 9,880 s.f. FAR calcs4.xls A 05/24/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations p.3 BUILDING B--Parking garage level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Stair/elev./Lobby 743 s.f. TOTALS I 743 s.f.j 0 s.f. 743 s.f. BUILDING B--Plaza level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Elev./Stair#2/mech shafts 293 s.f. 4-Terraces for suites 466.3 s.f. 2-3Bdrm Units 4,096 s.i. Lobby/Circulation 762 31 s.f. Stair#1 154.28 s.f. p TOTALS 5,012 s.f. 760 s.f. 5,772 s.f. • BUILDING B--second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Elev &2 stairs& mech shafts 448 s.f. 4-Terraces for suites 466.3 s.f. 2-36drm units 4,096 s.f. Circulation 828 s.f. TOTALS 4,724 s.f. 914 s.f. 5,638 s.f. BUILDING B--Third Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Elev./2 stairs 412 s.f. 4-Terraces for suites 466.3 s.f. Open floor to below _ _ 199 s.f ----- -2-3 Bdrm units 4,096 s.f. Circulation 431 s.f. --- TOTALS I 4 527 s.f. 1,077 s.f. 5,604 s.f. FAR calcs4.xls B 05124/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations p.4 BUILDING C--Parking garage level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Loblo&air/elev/storage TOTALS I 735 s.f. 0 s.f. 735 s.f. BUILDING C--Plaza level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Stair#1 155 s.f. Elev.& mechanical shafts 142 s.f. 4-1erraces for suites 496 s.f. Circulation _ _ 762 s.f.___ _ Stair#2 151 s.f. N( 2-3 Bdrm suites 4 090 s.f. - i TOTALS I 5,003 s.fj 793 s.f. K7-96-Fs Tf. BUILDING C--second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Stairs-1 & 2 311 s.f. Elev.& mechanical shafts 142 s.f. 4-Terraces for suites a9a s.i. Circulation 636 s.f. 2-3 Bdrm suites 4,084 s.f. TOTALS 4,720 s.f. 947 s.f. 5,667 FS.f. BUILDING C--Third Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA -- -- - -- — - -- Stairs 1 &2 __ _ _ 311 s.f. Elevator& mech shafts 106 s.f. 4-Terraces for suites 494 s.f. O en Floor to below 202 s.f Circulation 435 s.f. 2 3 Bdrm sutes 4 084 s.f. TOTALS I 4,5191s.f.1 1,113 s.f. 5,632 s.f. FAR calcs4.zls C 05/24/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations p.5 BUILDING D--Parking garage level I I OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Exempt Mechanical 144 s-J. Maintenance&equipment rooms 1,503 s.f. _. Laundry room&linen storage 1 512 s._i. Owner's storage _ _ - - 0 s Lobby, Circulation& Elevator 1,261 s f Staff lounnge _ 592 s.f. TOTALS 4,869 s.f. 144 s.f. 5,013 s.f. BUILDING D--Piaza level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Elevator mech shafts and stairs 418 s.f. 4-Terraces for suites 540 6 s f -- _Club member's storagge 4,415 s.f. 2-3bedroom suites 4,139 if Lob*.&_circulation 794 s . TOTALS 9,3491811 9591s.f.1 1 10,307 s.f. BUILDING D--second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Elevator,mech shafts and stairs 195 s.f. 4-6alconies for suites 541 s.f. 4-Terraces for suites 539 sf. _ . Stairs 43&#1 and Circulation 1,099 s.f. 4-3 bedroom suites 8,159 s.f. TOTALS 9,256 s.f. 1,2761s.f.1 I 10,533 s.f. BUILDING D--Third Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Elevator and Stairs a— space 398 s.f. 4-Balconies for suites 548 s.f. . Circulation __ 1,098 s f 2-3 Bedroom suites 4,068 &f. TOTALS I 5,1661s.f.1 9451s.f.11 I 6,111 s.f. FAR c Ics4.xls D 05/24/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations p.6 BUILDING E--First Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA 5-Patios for units 709 s.f. 6-Storage units 231 s.f. Mechanical room 197 s.f. Laundry room 197 s.f. 5-1Bdrmunits 3,082 s.f. _ TOTALS I 3,279 s.f. 1,137 s.f. 4,416 s.f. BUILDING E--Second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA 10-Balcony &exterior stairs for units 1,149 s.f. 5-2 Bdrm units(2nd floor) 3,082 s.f. 43 TOTALS 3,082 s.f. 1,149 s.f.I I 4,231 s.f. • BUILDING E--Third Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA 54nterior Unit Stairs 262 s.f. 5 2 Bdrm 6nits(3rd floor)_ 2,809 s f. TOTALS I 2,8091s.f.1 2621s.f.1 1 3,0711 s.f. TOTALS FOR BUILDING 9,170 2,546 11,716 • FAR c 1 4.xis E 05/24/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations p.7 BUILDING F--First Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA 4-Patios for units 564 s.f. -- -- —. __. ------- -- 6-Storne -- 234 s.i. 6-Storage units, drops shed,maint. 480 s.f. 4-1Bdrm units 2,482 s.f. _. TOTALS I 2,482 s.f. 1,278 s.f. 3,760 s.f. BUILDING F--Second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA 8-Balcony &exterior stairs for units 906 if 4-2 Bdrm units(2nd floor) 2 482 s.f. TOTALS j 2,4821s.f.1 9061s.f.1 I 3,388 s.f. • BUILDING F--Third Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA 4-Interior Unit Stairs 217 s.f. 4-2 Bdrm units(3rd floor) 2,268 s.f. TOTALS 2,268 slj 217 s.f. 2,485 s.f. TOTALS FOR BUILDING 7,232 2,401 9,633 • FAR c 1 4.xls F 05/2412000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations P.8 • BUILDING J--First Floor (Unit J-2 shown; Unit J-1 similar) OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Mechanical room - 105 0. 0 s.f. Front Porch 59 s.f. 59 s.f. Garage 4 s.f. 600 s.f. Livable area/stair 1013 s.f. Ski access stair 8 s.f. 8 s.f. TOTALS 1,084 s.f. 772 s.f.j I 1,856 s.f. BUILDING J--Second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Stair 95 s.f. Front deck 302 s.f. Rear deck 80 s.f. • Livable area -_ -- 1 357 s f. _ - -- TOTALS 1,357 s.f.7 4771s.f.1 I 1,834 s.f. BUILDING J--Third Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Stair _ 93 s.f. Front deck 35 s.f. Rear deck 52 s.f. Livable 1,103 s.f. TOTALS 1,103 s.f. 180 s.f. 1,283 s.f. TOTALS PER UNIT 3,544 s.f. 1,429 s.f. 4,973 s.f. • FAR ca1cs4.z1s J 05/24/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations P.9 BUILDING K--First Floor (Unit K-2 shown; Unit K-1 similar) OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Mechanical room 98 s.i. Crawl space 60 s.f. Porch 67 67 s.f. Garage _ 4 s.f. 600 s.f. livable area/stair 1007 - TOTALS ----"781s.f.1 8251s.f.1 1 1,90318.f. BUILDING K--Second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA W� Stair 105 s.f. Front deck 23 Front deck 171 Rear deck- 169 s.f. Livable area -.. _ _.. - - 1.330 s.f. TOTALS I 1,3301s.f.1 467 s.f.j 1 1,797 s.f. 59 .f. ski room at K2 only BUILDING K--Third Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Stair 1.01 s.f. Front deck 46 s.f. Front deck 26 Reardeck 32 -Li - vable 1,104 s.f. TOTALS 1,1041s.f.1 205 s.f. 1,309 s.f. TOTALS PER UNIT 3,512 s.f. 1,497 s.f. 5,009 s.f. FAR ca1cs4.x1s K 05/24/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations P.10 . BUILDING L--Parking garage level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Elevator& Stair 256 s.f. TOTALS 256 s.f. 0 s.f. 256 s.f. BUILDING L--Plaza level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Starr down to garage 44 s.f. Elevator& mech shafts 93 s.f. E�iareaS with roof above 225 s.f. Exterior stairs up &deck above 554 s.f. Interior stair up to 2nd floor 116 s.f. Circulation 2 3-Bedroom suites 4072 s.f. TOTALS j 4,467 s.f. 915 s.f. 5,381 s.f. • BUILDING L--Second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Exterior balconies 330 s.f. Stair, elevator and open space 347.5 s.f. Circulation 183 s.f.. _ 2 3-Bedroom suites 4,094 TOTALS I 4,2771s.f.1 678 s.f. W,-954-7s.—f. FAR calcs4.xls L 05/24/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations P.11 • BUILDING M--Parking garage level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Elevator& Stair 281 s.f. TOTALS 2811 s.f. 01s.f.1 1 2811 s.f. BUILDING M--Plaza level OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Stair down to.garage _ _ _ 44 s.f. Elevator& mech shafts 92 s.f. Entryareas with roof above 225 s.f. exterior stairs up&deck above 562 s.f. __ H8 Interior stair up to 2nd floor 116 s i. Circulation 279 s.f. 2 3-Bedroom suites 4072 s.f. TOTALS 4,467 s.f. 9231s.f.1 I 5,390 s.f. • BUILDING M--Second Floor OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA - - — — -- Exteriordecks 444 s.f. Stair, elevator, mech shaft&open 347 s.f. Circulation 183 s.f. 2 3-Bedroom suites 4,094 s.f. TOTALS I 4,2771s.f.1 7911 s.f.I I 5,068 s.f. • FAR c Ics4.xls M 05/2412000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations P.12 • Parking Garage--Areas not included in individual building sheets OVERALL FLOOR EXEMPT GROSS AREA AREA AREA Mech& trash rooms 1 202 s.f. Parking area 61,978 s.f. TOTALS 01s.f.1 63,180 s.f. 63,180 s.f. • • FAR c Ics4.xls P 05/24/2000 The Timbers Club Floor Area Calculations ` ,3 • CLUB SUITES FAR: A second _ 8,248 s.f. third 8,248 s.f. B__ first 4,096 s.f. second_ 4,096 s.f. third 4,096 s.f. first 4,0_90 s.f. second 4,084 s.f. third —0840. -- — first 4,139 s.f. second 8,159 0 third 4,068 s.f. L first 4,072 s.f. second 4,094 s.(. _ _ M first 4,072 s.f. second 4,094s. . _ TOTAL 73,737 s.f. all club suites • FAR ca1cs4.xls units 05/24/2000 5l Civil Engineering See also 24"x 36"drawings ng 1 The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 i SZ Water & Sewer See also 24"x 36"drawings 10 . The T imbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 y3 Landscape See also 24"x 36" drawings i... The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D Final Review Application May , 2000 • S� The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Examples of Retaining Walls Final Review Application May 11 , 2000 SS 9� op L Q� 1. y r y w � ,i i Ki a i r � �\ �w\� `. it ,• p ` ��\\ �\\ a \\\\ .. Existing Buildin� E r ♦i � l'�—. c '�•"•`��"-��y Vic. e� �� - ... boulders THE TIMIERS CLUB DATE: ISSVE: AdIkk mw Figure I A ; r y �- wad THETIMS I RS CLUB AT SNOWMASS ..w. • Example of angular boulders � p( n Y ! Y AT GKOWMAIS DATE: ISSUE: 0i Fwal Reim Figure boulders Example of angular Yi et f'• A. -MoK`!T—.00-�r Ask> .1 .r i Ir lop— T �t y 1 •� -ee AT SNOWMASS DATE: ISSUE: Figure 2 Example of round boulders �Jw • ��. �-ate 4.iR�d'!IZ a `�•.. � - ' ��y ! ,S mil, 1 ;,.'`, •-:.xJf yL+� �'��V "1� rr ,r:+� ,� - .. 1 r ✓ Yets y � L _ •J d �1 t Y � aw•A[. .. �.P}�it,`� ♦ Ate.. �MT, -, � t�� _ S� Stream Enhancement See 24"x 36"drawings 12 . 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Attachment To 6• --/ MR] Be Determined #6 VERf. • ........ @ 10" O.C. __. #6 HORZ. i 016" O.C. #6 016" O.C. = EACH WAY #5 LONGT. @ TOP 16" O.C. R 5/8"o STAINLESS STEEL q5 LONCIT. § EXP. BOLTS @ 2'•0" O.C. a 18" O.C. 2• / a MIN. 4" EMBEDMENT U.N.O. CE I M CLR - ' ! `i i�i`i'� i`i i i•i i N ii #5 016- O.C. -1 L- io I -_-------. EACH WAY - a BOTTOM W 42" 7'0" CLR . #7 DOWELS @ 10" O.C. 18" Bus Stop Retaining Wall and Walkway 1 N.T.S. Cw-002.1 Dwn by: Date: Is vlaggert & Associates, Inc. M.E.A. 5-17-00 Structural Engineers TIMBERS CLUB Chkdby.- SHEET 580 Main Street,Site 300 AT SNOWMASS E.K.M. C1 Carbondale,Colorado 81623.2035 SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO Job-a: (970)963-9643 • FAX 963.0135 1 OF 1 M MESA BUFF Mix 2 Ibs..of 5447 Per 941b.(I a.Rd of Typa I-II Ceman[ T: 800-600-6656 F:213-269 www.0avlscobrs.wm rs.com �cT $u5 5 • • The Timbers Club Stryker/ Brown Architects ARCHITECTURAL SPECIFICATIONS: BUILDINGS E&F (EMPLOYEE HOUSING) DIVISION 1 GENERAL DATA NA DIVISION 2 SITE CONSTRUCTION See Civil documents DIVISION 3 CONCRETE concrete exterior decks cementitious stucco siding DIVISION 4 MASONRY simulated stone siding DIVISION 5 METALS steel railings and handrails steel grating exterior stairs and landings DIVISION 6 WOOD&PLASTICS dimensional lumber walls,floors&roofs rough-sawn timber accents(stained) DIVISION 7 THERM&MOISTURE PROTEC cedar shingle roofing pre-weathered metal roofing vertical board & batten siding ice&water shield'entire roof(dbI at eaves) gutters above all walkways sound insulation at each side of party walls Gn DIVISION 8 DOORS&WINDOWS aluminum frame, insulated glass patio doors �. insulated metal faced exterior entry doors wood interior doors(solid core at bedrooms) aluminum frame, insulated glass windows (frames not white) entry doors&storage units keyed together Schlage hardware • synthetic window sills DIVISION 9 FINISHES interior walls: painted gypsum wall board resilient channels sheet vinyl flooring at entry,baths,kitchen 10 year life expectancy 10 yr. Life expectancy carpet interior paint-latex semi-gloss enamel maximum 3-color exterior paint scheme DIVISION 10 SPECIALTIES particle board shelf&steel closet rods metal window blinds drapes at sliding patio doors recycling containers at trash shed DIVISION 11 EQUIPMENT GE or Hotpoint appliances garbage disposal at kit. Sink self-cleaning ovens • E&Fspecs.xls Sheets 05/23/2000 P.t . The Timbers Club Stryker/ Brown Architects ARCHITECTURAL SPECIFICATIONS: BUILDINGS E&F(EMPLOYEE HOUSING) DIVISION 12 FURNISHINGS NA DIVISION 13 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION NA DIVISION 14 CONVEYING SYSTEMS NA DIVISION 15 MECHANICAL gas fired central heating baseboard radiators Moen or Delta fixtures one-piece tub/shower enclosure outdoor exhaust fan at each bathroom double basin Kit. sink with sprayer range hoods with fans exhaust to outside Floor drains at storage units backflow prevenlers at each building irrigation system washer/dryer hook-ups at each unit DIVISION 16 ELECTRICAL interior lighting: std incandescent fixtures only exterior lighting: �\ low wattage fluorescent low temperature ballasts phones to each bedroom&kitchen cable TV each bedroom&living room programmable thermostats exterior lighting switched to photo cells light inside storage units • E&Fspecs.xls Sheetl 05123/2000 p.2 1 I N LIVING l X�l 0 91 KITCHEN' f IrI III I die I IBEDROOM I I � LJ_ - � FURNITURE PLAN- 1 BEDROOM UNIT EMPLOYEE HOUSING- THE TIMBERS • I J LIVING IT _ DINI III LKITCHEN lctu FURNITURE_PLAN- 2 BEDROOM.U-NIT EMPLOYEE HOUSING- THE TIMBERS • � I �- - BEDROOM�� TV y i fb) i - - -� BEDROOM 1 FURNITURE PLAN- 2-BEDROOM-UNIT EMPLOYEE HOUSING-THE TIMBERS • - Pagoda Specification S PJ LIGHTING INC. Model: SP 8 Mounting: 1/2'NPT + Socket edium: Medium Base Electrical: 12V or 120V _ Lamp: Specify Width: 6' + Height: 25 1/2' Riser: 18' 'padagona head height: 7 1/2' + L O Estimated: 50 TOTAL + POP PP ' pP d + d + Signege ugrning + d. + 1 0 0 L 0 0 0 0 + o O C n o r t h + o 0 SCALE: 1'=80'-0' a ' TIMBERS CLUB Site Lighting Plan + 5/25/00 Final Review STRYKER/BROWN �M a r c h 1 1 e c t s 4� Employee Housing Agreement K The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 DRAFT May 25, 2000 THE TIMBERS EMPLOYEE HOUSING PURCHASE,SALE AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT THIS EMPLOYEE HOUSING PURCHASE,SALE AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT is made this day of 2000 by and between THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company (hereinafter "Developer") and the TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation(hereinafter "Town"); WITNESSETH: WHEREAS,Developer is the owner ofthat real property situated within the Town commonly known as Lot 2, The Timbers Planned Unit Development (hereinafter "Property"); and / WHEREAS, the Town has approved the development of the Timbers Planned Unit Development upon the Property(hereinafter"PUD")pursuant to Ordinance No._,Series of 2000 (hereinafter"Final Approval'); and WHEREAS, the PUD shall consist of thirty-six (36)multi-family dwelling units and four (4))townhouse units,together with related facilities including but not limited to structured parking, club amenities, and an eighteen (18) unit employee housing project (hereinafter collectively the 'Project'); and WHEREAS, the eighteen (18) unit employee housing component of the Project is to be constructed on the Property (hereinafter collectively referred to as the"Employee Housing Parcel'); and WHEREAS,pursuant to Section 16A-4-420(1)(b)of the Town Land Use Code and in order to promote viable affordable housing within the Town,the Town has determined that the employee housing component of the Project proposed to be developed by Developer on the Property would be an appropriate employee housing project to be owned, operated and managed by the Town; and WHEREAS, the Town has represented and does hereby represent that it has the full and complete authority under Colorado law and its Home Rule Charter to enter into this Agreement, which shall be enforceable in accordance with its terms; and WHEREAS, the Town accordingly desires Developer to develop, design and construct the PUD employee housing units and thereafter convey such units to the Town; and WHEREAS, the parties now desire to set forth the terms and conditions related to the • development, construction, conveyance, ownership, operation and management of the PUD employee housing units. • NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants contained herein, the parties hereto agree as follows: 1. Construction of Employee Housing Units. Developer shall be responsible for the construction of eighteen (18) employee housing units (hereinafter "Units") upon the Employee Housing Parcel as part of the overall PUD development in accordance with the plans and specifications therefor prepared by Developer dated , 2000 (hereinafter the "Plans and Specifications"). The Plans and Specifications are comparable in detail and scope to those plans and specifications prepared for the Mountain View Phase II employee housing project located in Snowmass Village and have been approved by the Town. 2. Commencement of Construction. Developer shall obtain all permits required for the construction of the Units and commence construction of the Units within two (2) years from the issuance by the Town of the first building permit for a residential structure upon the Property. 3. Security:Release of Security. Prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for any / residential building on Lot 1 of the PUD, Developer shall deliver to the Town a letter of credit,bond or other form of monetary security acceptable to the Town(hereinafter"Performance Guaranty")for purposes of assuring the complete and final construction of the Units in accordance with the Plans and Specifications. The amount of the Performance Guaranty shall be one hundred and fifteen percent (115%) of the estimated cost of constructing the Units and related site, utility and other costs, less the estimated Town purchase price set forth herein The estimated construction costs • related to the Units are set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Upon acceptance by the Town of a final Certification of Completion related to the Units from an engineer licensed in Colorado, the Performance Guaranty shall be released and the Town will execute any such documents as are reasonably necessary to accomplish the release of the Performance Guaranty. The terms of the Performance Guaranty shall be subject to the following additional terms and conditions: i. The Performance Guaranty,if in the form of a letter of credit,shall be issued by a state or national banking institution in a form reasonably acceptable to the Town. ii. The Performance Guaranty must be valid for the time period anticipated for completion of the Units. Any extension of the time period for completion of the Units shall cause the Performance Guaranty to be extended for an equal amount of time. Any such extension shall be in writing. iii. No more frequently than once every month, Developer shall be entitled to partial releases of the Performance Guaranty as portions of the Units are completed. In order to obtain a partial release or reduction of the Performance Guaranty,Developer shall submit a Certificate of Partial Completion signed by an engineer licensed in the State of Colorado describing the portion of the Units completed and the cost allocation associated with such completed Units. Such Certificate of Partial Completion shall include a summary of the 2 • actual costs for the Units incurred to the date of the Certificate. After delivery of a Certificate of Partial Completion, the Town shall have a period of fifteen (15) days within which to accept the Certificate of Partial Completion or provide written notice to Developer of any deficiencies in the Units. Any such notice of deficiencies shall describe the deficiency between the Units as constructed and the approved Plans and Specifications. If the letter of deficiency is not provided within fifteen (15) days, the portion of the Units certified as complete by Developer's engineer shall be deemed accepted for purposes of release of the Performance Guaranty and the Town shall release the appropriate amount of the Performance Guaranty as relates to such completed Units. If the Town provides Developer a letter of deficiency with respect to any portion of the Units for which Developer has filed a Certificate of Partial Completion,then the Town's engineer shall meet with the Developer's engineer to discuss and agree on any requirements necessary to bring such Units into conformity with the Plans and Specifications. Upon compliance with any requirements delineated by the Town's engineer for compliance with the Plans and Specifications, the Town shall release that portion of the Performance Guaranty allocated for the cost of such portion of the Units. Developer shall reimburse Town all fees for Town's engineer to inspect the Units and approve or provide a notice of deficiency with respect to any Certificate of Partial Completion. Nothing herein shall preclude the parties from mutually establishing a different procedure for obtaining partial releases from the Performance Guaranty. iv. Acceptance of Units shall not be unreasonably withheld,provided that,in the event weather or other factors beyond the reasonable control of Developer delay the • installation of those Units sensitive to weather or such other factors, the Performance Guaranty shall remain in full force and effect. V. The Town may, at its sole option, permit Developer to substitute other collateral acceptable to the Town for the collateral originally given by Developer to secure the completion of the Units. 4. Conveyance of Units:Purchase Price. Upon completion of construction of the Units by Developer and within seven(7) days from issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for the Units by the Town, Developer shall convey the Units to the Town at a closing to be held at the offices of Pitkin County Title in Aspen, Colorado, at a time to be mutually agreed upon by the parties. The purchase price to be paid by the Town to the Developer at closing shall be equivalent to the amount which can be financed by a mortgage revenue bond amortized over twenty (20)years and serviced by the available net project operating income,which net project operating income shall be based on rents charged and related costs incurred for comparable units at the Town's Mountain View Phase 11 employee housing project at the time of Final Approval plus ten percent(10%). The parties shall mutually agree upon the purchase price of the Units prior to conveyance of the Units to the Town and attach such purchase price hereto as an Exhibit. 5. Annual Budget. The parties have agreed upon the estimated annual budget related to the Units,including operations,maintenance,and capital reserve costs,for the first year following • -3- M conveyance of the Units to the Town. A copy of the first annual budget for the Units is attached hereto as Exhibit B. 6. Lease of Units. Upon conveyance of the Units by Developer to the Town,the Town shall enter into a lease with the Timbers Club At Snowmass Owner's Association, Inc., (the "Association") where the Association shall lease three (3) one-bedroom Units and three (3) two- bedroom Units from the Town for use by employees of the Project. Such lease shall be for a one(1) year period,however Developer shall have the ability to renew the lease for a maximum cumulative term of twenty(20)years. In the event a Unit reserved by Association pursuant to the lease remains unoccupied for a period of more than sixty (60) days, the Town shall reserve the right to place a qualified tenant in said Unit for the balance of the annual lease period. 7. Town's Failure to Purchase Units. In the event the Town fails to purchase the Units at closing as contemplated herein, Developer shall remain subject to Paragraphs 2 and 3, above; j provided, however, the following provisions and conditions shall also apply to the Units and Developer's rights related thereto: a. Ownership by Developer. Following construction of the Units,the Developer shall retain ownership of the Units and may convey the Units to any third party upon approval by the Town, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. b. Deed Restriction Related to Units. The Developer agrees that prior to occupancy of the Units,Developer shall record a deed restriction for the benefit of the Town which limits the use of the Units in perpetuity to affordable employee housing. The deed restriction shall incorporate rent and occupancy guidelines similar to the guidelines set forth in the form lease contemplated in Paragraph 6 above and shall be approved by the Town prior to recording, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. C. Condominiumization of Units. The Units will not be condominiumized. The Employee Housing Parcel shall be defined and treated by and through the Condominium Declaration for the Timbers Club At Snowmass, either as a single condominium unit or a separate parcel common element to be owned, managed and maintained by the Developer. The Association shall have authority to ensure that the exterior appearance of the units and landscaping is maintained in a suitable condition, regardless of whether the rents collected are sufficient to cover such costs. d. Reserved Units. Developer,its successors or assigns, shall retain for the life of the Project the priority to utilize three(3)one-bedroom Units and three(3)two-bedroom Units as constructed hereunder for the housing of employees of its choice who qualify for such affordable housing pursuant to then-existing Town employee housing guidelines (hereinafter "Qualified Employees"). Developer and the Town shall mutually specify the Units reserved by Developer for such purposes and the leases related to such Units shall be one (1) year leases, subject to renewal rights. In the event Developer fails to utilize said • -4- reserved Units for Qualified Employees of its choice, then the Town shall have the right to fill the Units with Qualified Employees of its choice;provided,however,that the Town shall not lease the reserved Units for any term exceeding one (1) year, which term shall automatically terminate on or before October 31 of each year regardless of when the Town fills such Units. At the end of each lease term initiated by the Town in connection with the reserved Units, Developer shall again regain the right to fill said reserved Units with Qualified Employees of their choice. C. Remaining Units. Developer shall select occupants from a pool of Qualified Employees provided by the Town Housing Department to fill the remaining twelve (12) units; provided, however, that if no Qualified Employee pool then exists or contains less potential occupants than Units, Developer shall advertise the available Units for lease in a newspaper of general circulation within the Town. f Rents. The rents charged to Qualified Employees by Developer shall initially �( be equal to the amount of rent charged by the Town to Qualified Employees residing in the Town's Mountain View Phase II employee housing project for similarly sized units. Developer may thereafter, in its sole discretion, institute annual rent increases in an amount commensurate with the Consumer Price Index utilized by the Town to establish employee housing resale prices or if different,an amount comparable to annual increases instituted by the Town in connection with its Mountain View Phase II employee housing project or other similar Town employee housing projects. g. Rules and Reeulations. Developer shall be responsible for implementing rules and regulations regarding the use and enjoyment of the Units, which rules and regulations shall establish, without limitation, provisions which address violations of Unit leases, termination policies, and lease renewals. Developer, its successors and assigns shall thereafter be solely responsible for enforcing the employee housing Unit rules and regulations. h. Capital Reserve Account. An adequate capital reserve account comparable to the estimated capital reserve budget set forth on Exhibit B shall be maintained by Developer for the benefit of the Units,which capital reserve account shall be funded annually by rents generated by the employee housing component of the Project. i. Maintenance and Repair. Developer shall be solely responsible for the operation, maintenance and repair of the Units, including all exteriors, improvements, landscaping and other common elements related to the Units pursuant to the terms of that Declaration of Protective Covenants and Restrictions related to the Project and the rules and regulations associated with the employee housing Units. 8. Assignment. The Town and Developer hereby acknowledge that Developer may eventually assign its rights and obligations hereunder to a an owner's association which shall be -5- • vested with the power to govern and control the use,management and operation of the Units and any and all other common and limited common elements of the Project, which assignment is hereby approved by the Town. Accordingly, for purposes of this Agreement, it is acknowledged that the parties to this Agreement shall be deemed to consist of the Town and the Developer, or any such owner's association eventually formed by Developer. Developer may not assign its rights hereunder to any third party other than the above-referenced owner's association without the prior written approval of the Town, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. 9. Termination/Amendment. This Agreement may not be terminated or amended, whether in whole or in part, unless by mutual agreement of the parties in writing. 10. Indemnification of Parties. The parties hereby indemnify and hold each other harmless from and against any and all claims,actions, damages or liability or expense in the loss of life, personal injury, and/or damage to property arising from or out of any occurrence related to the use of the Property as contemplated herein or any of the rights granted to the parties,their successors or assigns herein,including without limitation easement rights This indemnification provision shall �Z not apply in instances of gross negligence or wilful and wanton conduct on the part of any party i hereto. 11. General Provisions. a. Controlling Law. The interpretation and performance of this Agreement shall . be governed by the laws of the State of Colorado. b. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement,or the application thereof to any person or circumstance,is found to be invalid,the remainder of the provisions of this Agreement,or the application of such provision to persons or circumstances other than those as to which it is found to be invalid, as the case may be, shall not be affected thereby. C. Entire Agreement. This instrument sets forth the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the purchase, sale, development and operation of the employee housing component of the Project and supersedes all prior discussions, negotiations, understandings, or agreements relating thereto, all of which are deemed merged herein. d. Binding Effect. The covenants, terms, conditions, and restrictions of this Agreement shall be binding upon, and inure to the benefit of, the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns. e. Captions. The captions in this instrument have been inserted solely for convenience of reference and are not a part of this instrument and shall have no effect upon construction or interpretation. • -6- • f. Counterparts. The parties may execute this instrument in two or more counterparts,which shall,in the aggregate,be signed by both panics;each counterpart shall be deemed an original instrument as against any party who has signed it. In the event of any disparity between the counterparts produced,the recorded counterpart shall be controlling. g. Attorneys' Fees. Should any party hereunder resort to any legal or equitable processes for the enforcement of any provision of this Agreement,the prevailing party shall be entitled to collect all reasonable attorneys' fees, expenses and costs from the other party. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have executed this Agreement on the day and year first written above. TOWN: TOWN COUNCIL OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation By: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Stephen R. Conner,Attorney for the Town of Snowmass Village -7- • EXHIBIT A Estimated Construction Costs- Timbers PUD Employee Dwelling Units 18 Employee Units with furnishing described in plans and specifications in final PUD plan $1,814,187.00 Parking Lot Improvements $57,730.00 Drainage and Grading $144,175.00 Landscaping and Revegetation $117,400.00 �y TOTAL PROJECT COST $2,133,492.00 Less Town Purchase Price $ • Security Amount ** $ ** The security amount shall be further reduced by the cost of any of the above-described work which has been completed prior to the date on which the security is required. • -8- If Condominium Documents Submitted in Separate Binder 15. The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D 0 Final Review Application May , 2000 LAW OFFICES BALLARD SPAHR ANDREWS & INGERSOLL, LLP . 1225 17TH STREET, SUITE 2300 PHILADELPHIA, PA DENVER, COLORADO 80202-5506 BALTIMORE, MD (303) 292-2400 CAMDEN, NJ FAX: (303) 296-3956 SALT LAKE CITY, UT LAWYERSQBALLARDSPAHR.COM WASHINGTON, DC CHRISTOPHER PAYNE DIRECT DIAL: 303.200-73.5 PAYNEQBALLARDSPAHR.COM May 24, 2000 Via Federal Express 1 T` See Attached Distribution List i Re: The Timbers Club at Snowmass Final PUD Application Gentlemen: Enclosed are the following documents supplementing our application materials: 1. Letter to David A. Burden regarding compliance of the project documents with the Town Code and conditions ffthe pproval; 2. e x 1 1 n x lift eclaration.Please swap the revised Exhibits version of the Declaration last circulated. As always, thank you for your assistance. Very truly yours, Christopher Payne CP/pd Enclosures . cc: W. Michael Clowdus, Esq. (w/encl.) CO_DOCS_A 63356 v1 . EXHIBIT A TO DECLARATION LEGAL DESCRIPTION The Property referred to in the Declaration is described as follows: Lot 1, The Timbers Planned Unit Development, Town of Snowmass Village, County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, according to the Plat thereof recorded 2000 in Plat Book_, at Page . �i • A-1 CO_DOCS_A 33277 v 13 • EXHIBIT D TO DECLARATION LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF EXPANSION PROPERTY Lot 2, The Timbers Planned Unit Development, Town of Snowmass Village, County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, according to the Plat thereof recorded , 2000 in Plat Book , at Page ^ O • D-1 CO_DOCS_A 33277 v 13 • Parking License Agreement 1(0 The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 • • PARKING LICENSE This PARKING LICENSE(the "License") is dated 200, and is granted by THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company ("Owner"), to THE TIMBERS CLUB AT SNOWMASS OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Colorado nonprofit corporation ("Association"). RECITALS A. Owner is the owner of seventy (70)condominium unit parking spaces (the"Social Units") in the parking level of the Timbers Club at Snowmass, located south of Brush Creek Road in the Town of Snowmass Village, County of Pitkin, State of Colorado. B. Association desires to have available certain Social Unit parking spaces for use by go members of the Association and for parking purposes only. C. Snowmass Village Town Council Resolution No. 6 (Series 2000) (the "Resolution") requires Owner to license additional parking spaces to Association during a two year parking evaluation period, commencing upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy for the first phase of the Timbers Club. • D. Owner is willing to grant Association a license to use eighteen (18) Social Unit parking spaces, as more particularly described as: Social Units 1 to 18, according to the Condominium Declaration for the Timbers Club at Snowmass, recorded , 200_, at (Reception No.) and the Condominium Map recorded 200_, at(Reception No.) in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado ("Licensed Spaces"), upon the terms and conditions contained herein. LICENSE AGREEMENT In consideration of ten dollars ($10.00) and the mutual covenants and promises set forth herein, Owner and Association hereby agree as follows: 1. Owner hereby grants to Association a revocable license to use the Licensed Spaces. 2. The license granted by this License shall commence on , 2001 and end on , 2003, unless earlier terminated pursuant to the terms of this License and the Resolution. The parking rights granted under this License shall not be deemed a . conveyance of an interest in the Social Units or a lease, but shall constitute solely a license to use the Licensed Spaces pursuant to the terms hereof. CO_DOCS_A 57385 v i 3. In consideration of Association's right to use the Licensed Spaces under this License, Association shall be obligated to pay all Impositions prorala with respect to the Licensed Spaces, prior to any applicable due date. (a) "Impositions" shall mean,collectively, all real estate taxes on the Licensed Spaces (including without limitation those levied by special taxing districts), all ad valorem, use, or similar taxes levied or incurred with respect to the Licensed Spaces, or the use, lease, ownership or operation thereof, Assessments under the Condominium Declaration, other assessments (including all assessments for public improvements or benefits,whether or not commenced or completed within the license term), water, electricity, gas, utilities or other charges, excises, levies, fees and all other governmental charges of any kind or nature whatsoever, general or special, foreseen or unforeseen, ordinary or extraordinary, with respect to the Licensed Spaces or any part thereof, including p all interest and penalties thereon, which at any time prior to,during or with try respect to the license term may be assessed or imposed on or with respect to the Licensed Spaces or any part thereof. 4. Association agrees that this License is not a contract of bailment and that neither Owner nor any operator of the Social Units shall be liable for loss of or damage to any vehicle or any contents thereof or accessories thereto, or any property left in any of the Licensed Spaces, resulting from fire, theft,vandalism, accident, conduct of other users of the Social Units and other persons, or any other casualty or cause, whether due to the negligence of Owner or any operator of the Social Units or any of their respective employees or agents or otherwise. Further, Association understands and agrees that: (a) Owner shall not be obligated to provide any traffic control or security protection for the Licensed Spaces; (b) Association and its members shall use the Licensed Spaces at its own risk; and (c) Owner shall not be liable for personal injury or death or theft, loss of or damage to property,whether due to the negligence or omission of Owner, or any operator of the Social Units, or any of their respective employees or agents, or otherwise. Association hereby indemnifies and agrees to hold Owner, any operator of the Social Units, and their respective employees and agents, harmless from and against any and all claims, demands and actions arising out of the use of the Licensed Spaces by Association, its members, its employees or agents. 5. Association (including only members, employees and agents) shall use the Licensed Spaces solely for the purpose of parking passenger model cars, trucks, and vans and shall comply in all respects with any rules and regulations that may be promulgated from time to time with respect to the Social Units. If any of the Licensed Spaces are at any time used other than for the purpose of parking as provided above or upon default by Association under this License, Owner, in addition to any other rights hereby reserved or otherwise available to it, shall have the right to cancel this License and the rights herein granted pursuant to the termination provisions hereof, and Association shall, upon termination, have no further rights to use any of the Licensed Spaces. CO DOCS A 57385 v 1 2 6. Association shall, at its own cost and expense, maintain the Licensed Spaces in good condition and repair,ordinary wear and tear, natural obsolescence and damage by insured casualty excepted, and shall keep the Licensed Spaces clean and free of snow, ice and debris. 7. If the Social Units are damaged or destroyed, or if the provision or use of parking facilities is limited or prohibited by any governmental authority, or the use or operation of the Social Units are is limited or prevented by strike or other labor difficulties or other cause beyond Owner's control, Association's inability to use the Licensed Spaces shall not subject Owner or any operator of the Social Units to any obligation or liability to Association whatsoever. 8. Association shall have no right to assign or sublicense any of its rights under this License. Subject to the preceding sentence,this License shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and upon Owner's successors and assigns. 9. Association, at its sole expense, shall maintain commercial general liability and tsv property damage insurance with respect to any occurrence arising on or about the Licensed Spaces. Such liability coverage shall name Owner as an additional insured. All policies of insurance to be obtained by Association shall,to the extent that the same is obtainable without additional premium therefor, provide that any loss shall be payable notwithstanding any negligence of Owner which might otherwise result in a forfeiture of such insurance. Owner and Association hereby release one another from any and all claims caused by or resulting from risks • insured against under any insurance policies carried by the parties and in force at the time of any such claims. Owner and Association shall cause each insurance policy to provide that the insurance company waives all rights of recovery by way of subrogation against Owner or Association, as the case may be, in connection with any claim covered by any policy. 10. Owner has the right to mortgage the fee interest in the Licensed Spaces. This License shall at all times be subject to and subordinate to the lien of any such mortgage or other security instrument, and any extensions or replacements thereof, that may now or hereafter be placed on the Licensed Spaces by Owner. 11. No covenant,term, or condition of this License may be waived except by written consent of the party against whom the waiver is claimed, and the waiver of any term, covenant or condition of this License shall not be deemed a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other term, covenant or condition of this License. 12. Any notice which either party may or is required to give,may be given by personal delivery or by mailing the same, postage prepaid,certified mail, return receipt requested, to the address below or at such other places as may be designated by the parties from time to time. Association's notice address: The Timbers Club at Snowmass Owners Association, Inc. c/o Snowmass Lodging Company P.O. Box 6077 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 CO_DOCS_A 57385 v 1 3 • Fax No.: 970/923-5426 Owner's notice address: The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC 25 Lower Woodbridge Road, Suite 102-B Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Fax No.: 13. This License constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and may be modified only in writing signed by both parties. AGREED: AGREED: THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS LLC, THE TIMBERS CLUB AT SNOWMASS a Colorado limited liability company OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Colorado nonprofit corporation BY: BY: [Signature] [Signature] NAME: NAME: TITLE: TITLE: • DATE: DATE: • CO DOCS A 57385 v 1 4 • L't Subdivision Improvements Agreement 1*. The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 • DRAFT May 25, 2000 DEVELOPMENT AND SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENTS AGREEMENT THE TIMBERS PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made this day of 2000 by and between THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company (hereinafter "Developer") and the TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation (hereinafter "Town"); WITNESSETH: S WHEREAS,Developer is the owner of that real property situated within the Town commonly known as Lots 1-4, Timbers Planned Unit Development, (hereinafter "Property"); and WHEREAS, the Developer has proposed certain development activity upon the Property consisting of thirty-six(36)multi-family dwelling units and four(4)townhouse units,together with related facilities including but not limited to structured parking,club amenities,and an eighteen(18) unit employee housing project(collectively referred to herein as the"Timbers PUD" or the"PUD"; . and WHEREAS,preliminary approval for the PUD was granted by the Town pursuant to Town Council Resolution#6, Series of 2000; and WHEREAS, the Town Council, by Ordinance No. _ , Series of 2000, granted Final Planned Unit Development Plan and Subdivision Plat approval for The Timbers at Snowmass Planned Unit Development on 2000 (hereinafter"Final Approval'); and WHEREAS, execution of this Agreement by the Mayor of the Town and the Developer is a condition of Final Approval; and WHEREAS,prior to granting Final Approval and authorizing this Agreement,the Town has fully considered the development applications filed by Developer,the Final PUD Plan and Plat for the PUD, and the anticipated benefits and burdens to neighboring or adjoining properties caused by approval of the PUD, and further,the Town has considered the requirements,terms and conditions of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Town Code") as in effect and such other laws, rules and regulations as are applicable; and WHEREAS,the Town has imposed on Developer conditions and requirements in connection with the approvals described above,and such conditions and requirements are necessary to protect, • promote and enhance the public health, safety and welfare; and Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development 12000 Page 2 WHEREAS, in accordance with the requirements of the Town Code and as a condition of approval of the Final PUD Plat(hereinafter "Plat"), Developer agrees to enter into this Agreement with the Town and the Town is willing to approve, execute and accept for recordation this Agreement and the Plat; and WHEREAS, this Agreement, the Plat and Ordinance No. , Series of 2000, shall constitute the Final PUD Development Plan and Development Regulations for the PUD. NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants contained herein, the parties hereto agree as follows: �(p A. INTRODUCTION 1. Intent. It is the intent of the parties that this Agreement shall constitute that Development and Improvements Agreement required by the Town in Section_of Ordinance# . The purpose of this Agreement is to establish the rights and obligations of each party with respect to the PUD and, in particular, to describe the understandings of the parties with respect to the development and operation of the PUD. The parties also agree and acknowledge that it is their intent that this Agreement shall be enforceable,and that Developer,the Town,and the Town Council hereby waive any objection to the enforcement of this Agreement as a contractual obligation. Thus, this Agreement is intended to provide a contractual relationship between the Developer and the Town to ensure compliance with all requirements contained herein. The provisions of this Agreement are restatements of certain obligations of the Developer established during the Town's land use review process, obligations imposed by State, federal or other law, or are separate provisions resulting from negotiations between the parties. 2. Acceptance and Execution of Plat. Developer's obligations under this Agreement are expressly contingent upon the Town's accepting,executing and recording the Plat in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County,Colorado. The Town acknowledges that the Plat conforms to the requirements of the Town Code. B. REQUIRED IMPROVEMENTS/GUARANTY I. Conditions of Final Approval. Developer agrees to conform in all material respects to the conditions of Final Approval,except to the extent that such conditions have been satisfied by execution and recording of this Agreement or other documents executed and recorded simultaneously herewith. -2- Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 3 2. Improvement Obligations. Developer shall construct and install,at its sole cost and expense, certain public and quasi-public improvements for the PUD (hereinafter collectively the "Improvements") in accordance with the plans and specifications therefor prepared by Developer dated 2000,comprised of_sheets and approved by the Town as the same may be hereafter reasonably amended in writing approved by the Town or the Town's engineer (hereinafter the "Plans and Specifications"). A list of the Improvements to be constructed/installed by Developer per the Plans and Specifications are set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Variances from strict conformity with the Plans and Specifications may be approved by the Town's engineer in writing provided such variations do not have a negative impact on the Improvements or other facilities of the Town. The Town agrees that if such Improvements are installed in accordance with this Agreement,Developer shall be deemed to have satisfied all the requirements of this paragraph. The parties agree that the provisions of Section 16A- 5-370.5 of the Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code to the contrary notwithstanding, it is appropriate to limit the Improvements to those described on Exhibit A given the condominium nature of the project. 3. Security for Improvements• Release of Security. On or before the date of recording . of the Plat,Developer shall deliver a letter of credit or other security which is acceptable to the Town Attorney(hereinafter"Performance Guaranty")for purposes of assuring the final completion of the Improvements. The amount of the Performance Guaranty shall be one hundred (100%) of the cost of constructing the Improvements, which Improvements costs are set forth on Exhibit A. Upon acceptance by the Town of a final Certification of Completion of Improvements from an engineer licensed in Colorado(hereinafter"Acceptance"),the Performance Guaranty shall be released and the Town will execute any such documents as are reasonably necessary to accomplish the release of the Performance Guaranty. However, the amount provided in Exhibit A for revegetation shall be retained (or may be provided in a separate escrow or security account)to warrant the revegetation for two growing seasons. Upon expiration of two growing seasons, Developer shall be entitled to the release of such security. a. The Performance Guaranty,if in the form of a letter of credit,shall be issued by a state or national banking institution in a form reasonably acceptable to the Town. b. The Performance Guaranty must be valid for the time period anticipated for completion of the Improvements. Any extension of the time period for completion of the Improvements shall cause the Performance Guaranty to be extended for an equal amount of time. Any such extension shall be in writing. -3- • Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 4 C. No more frequently than once every month, Developer shall be entitled to partial releases of the Performance Guaranty as portions of the Improvements are completed. In order to obtain a partial release or reduction of the Performance Guaranty,Developer shall submit a Certificate of Partial Completion signed by an engineer licensed in the State of Colorado describing the portion of the Improvements completed and the cost allocation associated with such completed improvements. Such Certificate of Partial Completion shall include a summary of the actual costs for the Improvements incurred to the date of the Certificate. After delivery of a Certificate of Partial Completion, the Town shall have a period of fifteen (15) days within which to accept the Certificate of Partial Completion or provide written notice to Developer of any deficiencies in the Improvements. Any such 5 notice of deficiencies shall describe the deficiency between the Improvements as constructed and the approved Plans and Specifications. If the letter of deficiency is not provided within fifteen (15) days, the portion of the Improvements certified as complete by Developer's engineer shall be deemed accepted for purposes of release of the Performance Guaranty and the Town shall release the appropriate amount of the Performance Guaranty as relates to such completed Improvements. If the Town provides Developer a letter of deficiency with respect to any portion of the Improvements for which Developer has filed a Certificate of Partial • Completion, then the Town's engineer shall meet with the Developer's engineer to discuss and agree on any requirements necessary to bring such Improvements into conformity with the Plans and Specifications. Upon compliance with any requirements delineated by the Town's engineer for compliance with the Plans and Specifications, the Town shall release that portion of the Performance Guaranty allocated for the cost of such portion of the Improvements. Developer shall reimburse Town all fees for Town's engineer to inspect the Improvements and approve or provide a notice of deficiency with respect to any Certificate of Partial Completion. Nothing herein shall preclude the parties from mutually establishing a different procedure for obtaining partial releases from the Performance Guaranty. d. Acceptance of Improvements shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed, provided that, in the event weather or other factors beyond the reasonable control of Developer delay the installation of those Improvements sensitive to weather or such other factors, the Performance Guaranty shall remain in full force and effect. C. The Town may, at its sole option, permit Developer to substitute other collateral acceptable to the Town for the collateral originally given by Developer to secure the completion of the Improvements. f In the event all the Improvements secured by the Performance Guaranty will not be completed prior to the expiration of such Performance Guaranty, Developer shall • -4- • Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development 12000 Page 5 replace or secure an extension of the Performance Guaranty on terms acceptable to the Town, at least 30 days prior to expiration of the Performance Guaranty. Should Developer fail to do so, the Town may draw on the Performance Guaranty funds necessary to complete the Improvements and place the funds directly into an escrow account under the control of the Town, and such funds shall be used to complete the Improvements required hereunder. g. The estimated costs of the Improvements are an estimated amount mutually agreed at this time by the Developer and the Town as set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto. In the event the cost of the Improvements exceeds the estimated cost, Developer shall be solely responsible for the actual cost. The purpose of the cost estimate is solely to determine 8 Q the amount of security and shall be revised every 12 months to reflect the actual costs, and / the Performance Guaranty required by this Agreement shall be adjusted accordingly. No representations are made as to the accuracy of these estimates,and the Developer agrees to pay the actual costs of all such Improvements. 4. Inspections. The Town shall have the right, at Developer's expense, to make • engineering inspections at reasonable intervals during construction of the Improvements. Inspection, acquiescence in or approval by any engineering inspector of the construction of any physical facilities,at any particular time, shall not constitute Town approval of any phase of construction of the Improvements. Town approvals shall be made only after completion of construction and in the manner hereinafter set forth. To assist the Town in monitoring the installation of the Improvements, a supervisor employed by the Developer's general contractor shall inspect the Improvements on a regular basis,and shall provide the Town's engineer with field and inspection notes and test results relating to the installation of the Improvements. The supervisor shall regularly apprize the Town's engineer of the status of the work on the Improvements. Further,Developer at its own expense shall have a Town-approved engineer monitor the methods of construction and backfill to ensure such work is being completed in conformance with the approved Plans and Specifications,and accepted standards for such work. The engineer shall conduct inspections and testing as reasonably directed by the Town Engineer. 5. Completion of Improvements. a. Developer shall complete all Improvements within forty-eight(48) months of the execution of this Agreement(hereinafter"Completion Date"). Developer shall retain an engineer during the construction period for inspections and applicable testing. Upon the Completion Date, the Developer's engineer shall certify in writing that the Improvements have been completed in conformance with the Plans and Specifications. Thereafter, the Town's engineer shall inspect the Improvements within 30 days and certify in writing the • -5- • Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 6 conformity or lack thereof to the Plans and Specifications. The Developer shall make any corrections necessary to bring the Improvements into conformity with the Plans and Specifications. The date on which the Improvements are certified as complete shall be referred to herein as the "Acceptance Date." b. As part of Developer's obligations to construct and install the Improvements, Developer shall be obligated to construct the eighteen (18) employee housing units and related improvements related to the Project within two (2) years from the issuance of any building permit related to any other portion of the Project. The construction of the employee housing components of the Project are more fully addressed in that Employee Housinggp Purchase, Sale and Development Agreement between the Developer and Town entered into / simultaneously herewith,the execution of which Employee Housing Agreement satisfies this Agreement's condition for Acceptance. C. The Developer shall, at its expense, have "as-built" drawings of the Improvements prepared by a professional engineer and a registered land surveyor, which drawings shall include any legal descriptions the Town may require. The"as-built"drawings • shall be certified by Developers engineer or surveyor, shall be in a reproducible form, and shall be forwarded to the Town. 6. Warranty. Developer shall warrant for the benefit of the Town that all Improvements have been constructed in a good and workmanlike manner in substantial compliance with requirements of this Agreement, substantially free from material defect in materials and workmanship, for a period of 12 months from the Acceptance Date. 7. Reclamation Bond. Developer shall provide a reclamation bond in the amount of $64,200,which amount is sufficient to cover any reclamation of any portion of the Property that is undeveloped and located westerly of Faraway Road should the Developer fail to commence or complete development thereon prior to the Completion Date. In the event construction of the Project westerly of Faraway Road fails to commence prior to the Completion Date,Developer shall restore such portion of the Property within one(1)year from the Completion Date,including placement of dirt and fill that approximates topographic conditions existing prior to commencement of construction of the Project or otherwise blends in with existing development. C. PUD STANDARDS AND CONDITIONS -6- • Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development 2000 Page 7 1. Development Parameters. The development,use,and operation of the Property shall be subject to the following parameters: a. Maximum Floor Area (1) Club Townhouses: 14,171 square feet. (2) Club Suites: 73,737 square feet (3) Employee Housing: 16,402 square feet ply b. Maximum Building Height Roof heights are summarized in Drawings Roof#1 and Roof#2 of the Plans and Specifications. Generally,the maximum heights of all buildings are 38 feet or below, with the exception of Building A, which is 48 to 59 feet above current grade. C. Parking Requirements(minimum) Parking design parameters are set forth on Drawing AP-2.2a of the Plans and Specifications. The parking design shall include: (1) 90 Underground parking spaces for Regular Club Members, twnhomes, employees and vans; (2) 47 Underground parking spaces for Social Club Members; (3) 8 parking spaces for Townhomes (Four 2-car garages); (4) 7 Surface plaza spaces(Short term/Time Restricted parking); and (5) 34 Surface Employee Housing parking spaces d. Permitted Uses. Residential uses,fractional ownership of condominiums or townhouses, underground and surface parking, public transportation/parking facilities, employee housing,public trail and open space amenities,mixed use recreational uses at the base of Assay Hill and accessory uses including office, storage, food and beverage and recreational uses and facilities associated with the Timbers project. e. Underlying Zoning. The underlying zoning for the Property shall be Multi- Family Residential. • 7 • Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development 2000 Page 8 2. Utilities. All utilities contemplated to be installed within the PUD shall be the sole obligation of Developer. Utilities shall also be extended to the locations of Buildings E and F (the employee housing component of the PUD)within three(3)months of the issuance of an excavation permit related to the construction of the employee housing component. Said utilities shall be sized and installed in a manner which shall allow the Town to extend utilities easterly from Building F to serve the Town's employee housing project contemplated to be constructed upon adjacent Parcel N, Faraway Ranch. L 3. Van Service. The Timbers Association shall provide four (4) vans which shall provide 24 hour on-call complimentary transportation service for the benefit of Timbers Club members, including but not limited to transportation to and from the Pitkin County Airport. 4. Wetlands Mitigation. The Developer shall mitigate the project's wetlands impacts in accordance with the Army Corps of Engineers 404 Permit for the project. The Developer shall provide off-site wetland mitigation at a ratio of 2 acres of off-site mitigation for each acre of wetlands lost within the Property. Such off-site mitigation has been previously authorized by the Corps of Engineers to occur through participation in one of the Town of Snowmass Village creek • restoration projects in the Brush Creek watershed or alternatively,through the purchase of 0.25 acres of wetland credit from the Rocky Mountain Institute Wetland Mitigation Bank. The Developer's wetland mitigation contribution to the Town shall be at a rate of $80,000 per acre of the final mitigation amount, up to a maximum of$20,000. The maximum mitigation amount ($20,000.00) shall be escrowed until applied to the Town's mitigation project, which must be completed within two(2)years of the date of the final 404 Permit authorizing commencement of the wetlands proposal described in the Final Approval ordinance, or as may be authorized by the Town Council and the U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers. 5. Liehting. All site lighting sources will be appropriately shielded from view and shall otherwise comply with the terms of Final Approval. Exposed wall-pak lighting and other similar fixtures are prohibited. 6. Parking Permits. In order to minimize the level of traffic generation from the use and operation of The Timbers Club units,the Town will not issue parking permits for public parking lots to the owners of such units or their guests. 7. Parking Requirements. (Insert appropriate provisions regarding parking.) 8. Approval of Plans. The engineering plans related to all roadway, intersection, retaining and drainage structures as well as landscape plans submitted as part of the application for • -8- . Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 9 Final Approval are and have been approved subject to any specific terms and conditions set forth in the Final Approval Ordinance. 9. Satisfaction of Preliminary pproval Requirements. By virtue of the commitments and agreements set forth herein, and the dedications, plat notes and references to easements and agreements of record as set forth on the Final Plat of The Timbers Planned Unit Development, Developer has satisfied all requirements of Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000, granting preliminary planned unit development approval. qj 10. Compliance with Conditions of Approval:Conflict. In addition to the foregoing, Developer shall comply with all of the conditions of Final Approvalas set forth in Ordinance ,Series of 2000. In the event of any conflict between the provisions of said resolution and ordinance and the terms of this Agreement, the terms of this Agreement shall control. D. GENERAL PROVISIONS • 1. Title Policy. Prior to the recordation of the Plat, the Developer shall provide the Town a commitment for a title insurance policy indicating that the Property is free and clear of all encumbrances which would impair the use of the Property as proposed by the Plat. At the time of recording the Plat, a title insurance policy shall be provided to the Town, and the premium for the title insurance policy shall be paid by the Developer. In the event the title insurance commitment reflects encumbrances which would impair the use of the Property as proposed or which would make the public dedications unacceptable, the Town shall notify the Developer, who shall cure or otherwise remove or subordinate said encumbrances to the satisfaction of the Town prior to the recordation of the Plat. It is expressly acknowledged by the Town that liens against the Property to secure loans shall not impair the use of the Property or make the dedications unacceptable,provided any such lien or liens shall be released as to the Improvements prior to conveyance of the Improvements to the Town. 2. Vested Rights. The Town and the Developer agree that the Town's approval of the Final PUD Plan and Plat constitutes the approval of a"Site Specific Development Plan,"as that term is defined by Colorado statutes. A public hearing,pursuant to published public notice, concerning the establishment of vested property rights pursuant to § 24-68-101, et seq., C.R.S., was held on ,2000;and pursuant to the terms of Final Approval for the PUD,and for good cause shown, the Town finds that the construction of the approved development plan will, in reasonable probability,occur over six(6)years and thus,the Town hereby grants vested property rights for the PUD fora period of six(6) years from the date of execution of this Agreement upon the condition -9- Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 10 that Developer comply with all the terms and conditions of this Agreement,Final Approval,the Plat and the development submittals;provided,however,that such vested rights are subject to the terms and conditions and provisions of the Town Code relating to matters of general application through the Town. Developer shall at its sole expense and responsibility comply with all procedural and notice requirements of the state statute necessary to establish such vested rights. q 3. Employee Housing Agreement. Simultaneously with the execution of this Agreement, the Town and Developer have entered into an Employee Housing Purchase, Sale and Development Agreement which obligates Developer to construct certain employee housing units on Lot 2 of The Timbers PUD. Execution of the above-referenced Employee Housing Purchase, Sale and Development Agreement shall satisfy all relevant conditions of preliminary and final approval of the Timbers PUD as they relate to the requirements or conditions of Developer to provide employee housing. The remedies of each party as they relate to the subject matter of the Employee Housing Purchase, Sale and Development Agreement are limited to those set forth therein. 4. Maintenance of Private Roads Paths and Other Project Elements. It is understood • and agreed that the responsibility and obligation for ongoing maintenance and repair of the private roads and paths within the PUD, drainage structures, wetlands, and other required or designed Project elements and features of the PUD shall be that of the Developer, its successors or assigns. 5. Building Permit Application Procedure. The Town agrees that,assuming Developer complies with the terms and conditions of this Agreement,the terms of final Approval, and (to the extent not modified by this Agreement or subject to Vested Rights protection)all provisions of the Town Code and the Uniform Building Code as adopted by the Town from time to time, Developer or its successors and assigns shall be entitled to construct improvements within the Property without the need for further land use approvals by the Town. At the time of building permit application, Developer shall only need to provide evidence of such compliance in order to receive a building permit. The Town will issue certificates of occupancy on a floor by floor basis for the Club Suite units and on a unit by unit basis for the Club Townhomes. 6. Indemnification. The parties agree to mutually hold harmless and indemnify each other from any and all claims or losses of any nature incurred by either party, including reasonable attorney's fees, resulting from the following circumstances: a. The re-zoning and subdivision of the Property; b. The amount or lack of parking required to be provided herein; and • -10- Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 11 C. Injury to persons or damage to property occasioned by the operation and use of the PUD. 7. Sale of Property Interests. No conveyance of fractional or other interests in individual condominium or townhouse units which are subject to this Agreement shall occur prior to the recording of the Final Plat, except for security interests and bulk conveyances for the purpose of financing or capitalizing the Timbers project. a S 8. Enforcement. In the event of a breach of any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement by Developer, the Town may take any action necessary or appropriate and allowed by law or equity, subject to Developer's prior cure rights, including, but not limited to: a. The refusal to issue any Building Permit or Certificate of Occupancy to the Developer; provided, however, that this remedy shall not be available to the Town until after the First Affidavit described in subparagraph b.,below,has been recorded and shall not be available to the Town as to any Property interests which have at that time been transferred to a bonafide purchaser for value; b. The recording with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder of an affidavit (hereinafter"First Affidavit"),approved in writing by the Town attorney and signed by the Town Manager or his designee, stating that the terms and conditions of this Agreement have been breached by Developer. Recording of such affidavit shall only be undertaken by the Town following written notice to Developer of any breach and a subsequent hearing to determine whether Developer has cured such breach. A hearing before the Town shall be held no sooner than thirty (30)days following the Town's initial written notice to Developer of such breach. To the extent Developer has not adequately cured the breach by the time the hearing set by the Town is conducted, the First Affidavit may be recorded by the Town setting forth specific cure conditions related to the breach. Upon cure of the breach by Developer, at the next regularly scheduled Town Council meeting,the Town Council shall direct the Town Manager to file a second affidavit(hereinafter"Second Affidavit")stating that the default has been cured and nullifying the First Affidavit; C. The right but not the obligation to perform such obligations contained herein and charge the responsible party for the cost involved with the performance of the obligation above and beyond the amounts available under the Performance Guaranty, Reclamation Bond, or any substitute security; • -11- . Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development 12000 Page 12 d. Demand on or draw for payment on any Performance Guaranty given for completion of any Improvements; e. Refusal to allow further development review for the Property or any other property then owned or owned in part by Developer; and f. Any other remedy available in equity or at law,including claims for damages qb or injunction. Unless necessary to protect the immediate health,safety,and welfare of the public,the Town shall provide Developer thirty (30) days' written notice of its intent to take any action under this paragraph,during which 30-day period Developer may cure the breach described in said notice and prevent further action by the Town. If such default is not of a nature that can be reasonably cured in such 30-day period, corrective action must be commenced within said period by Developer and be thereafter diligently pursued. Furthermore, unless and until a First Affidavit as described in subparagraph b., above,has been recorded with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder, any person dealing with Developer shall be entitled to assume that the Town does not assert that a material default by Developer has occurred hereunder. Notice of any default must be given prior to expiration of the warranty period for such Improvements as have been previously accepted by the Town. 9. Invalid Provision. If any provisions of this Agreement shall be determined to be void by any court of competent jurisdiction,then such determination shall not affect any other provision hereof, all of which other provisions shall remain in full force and effect. It is the intention of the parties hereto that if any provision of this Agreement is capable of two constructions,one of which would render the provision void and the other of which would render the provision valid, then the provision shall have the meaning which renders it valid. 10. Assignment. This Agreement shall not be assigned by Developer without the prior written consent of the Town, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. In the event Developer desires to assign its rights and obligations herein, it shall so notify the Town in writing together with the proposed assignee's written agreement to be bound by the terms and conditions contained herein. 11. Bindin Effect. This Agreement shall be a covenant running with the title to each lot within the PUD, and the rights and obligations as contained herein shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Developer, its successors and assigns; provided, however, the interests in the Property may be sold to bona fide purchasers free and clear of such rights and obligations. • -12- • Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 13 12. Recordine. This Agreement and the Plat shall be recorded at Developer's expense with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder's Office as soon as reasonably practical after execution of the Plat and this Agreement and compliance with the prerequisites to recordation of the Plat contained herein. 13. Jurisdiction:Choice of Law. Venue and jurisdiction for any litigation arising out of or related to this Agreement shall lie in the District Court for Pitkin County, Colorado. The parties hereby submit to the personal jurisdiction of such court with regard to any action relating to this Agreement. This Agreement shall be construed according to the laws of the State of Colorado. 01 14. Notice. Any and all notices required or permitted to be given by the terms of this Agreement shall be effective: (a) on the date of delivery, if delivered personally; (b) on the next business day after deposit for delivery with an overnight courier service such as Federal Express;or three (3) business days after the day of deposit in the U.S. Mail as certified mail, postage prepaid, addressed as follows. As to Developer: • The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC With copy to: Freilich, Myler, Leitner& Carlisle 106 S. Mill Street, Suite 202 Aspen, Colorado 81611 and Ballard Spahr Andrews& Ingersoll, LLP 1225 Seventeenth Street, Suite 2300 Denver, Colorado 80202 • -13- • Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 14 As to Town: Town Manager Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 q� Personal delivery shall be deemed to have occurred when any notice is delivered to the offices of the party for whom the delivery is intended or to such address as the parties may from time to time designate in writing with notice as provided herein and may be evidenced by an affidavit of delivery. 15. Modification of Agreement. No waiver, amendment, or modification of this Agreement or any covenant, condition, undertaking or limitation herein contained shall be valid unless in writing and duly executed by both parties hereto. 16. Further Assurances. The parties agree to execute, acknowledge, deliver, file and record or cause to be executed, acknowledged, delivered or filed and recorded such further • instruments and documents and such certificates and to do all things and acts as the other party may reasonably require in order to carry out the intentions of this Agreement. 17. No Waiver. No waiver of any term,provision or condition of this Agreement in any one or more instances shall be deemed to be or shall be construed as a further or continuing waiver of any such term,provision or condition or as a waiver of any other term,provision or condition of this Agreement. 18. Headings. Paragraph headings are inserted only for convenient reference and do not define, limit or prescribe the scope of this Agreement or any exhibit attached hereto. 19. Waiver of Defects. In executing this Agreement,Developer waives all objections it may have concerning defects, if any, in the formalities whereby it is executed, or concerning the power of the Town to impose conditions or fees on Developer as set forth herein, and concerning the procedure, substance, and form of the ordinances or resolutions adopting this Agreement. 20. Force Maieure. If by reason of force majeure,Developer is unable in whole or in part to carry out its obligations under this Agreement, Developer shall not be deemed in default during the continuance of such inability or during any other delays which are a direct consequence of the force majeure inability, and the time for completion of such obligation shall be extended to cover such delays. The term"force majeure" as used herein shall mean,without limitation,the following: • Acts of God; strikes, lockouts, or other industrial disturbances; acts of public enemies; orders or -14- . Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 15 restraints of any kind of the government of the United States of America or any of its departments, agencies,or officials,or any civil or military authority;insurrections;riots; landslides;earthquakes; fires; storms; droughts; floods; explosions; breakage or accident to machinery,transmission pipes, or canals;or any other cause of event not reasonably within the control Developer and not resulting from its negligence. Developer agrees,however,to remedy with all reasonable dispatch the cause or causes preventing it from carrying out its obligations under this Agreement, provided that the settlement of strikes,lockouts,and other industrial disturbances shall be entirely within the discretion of Developer. 0 A 21. No Third Party Beneficiaries. Except as may be expressly provided for herein, no person or entity not a party hereto shall have any rights or obligations hereunder, including without limitation any lenders, purchasers, laborers, materialmen, or others providing work or services related to the Property. 22. Attorneys' Fees; Survival. Should this Agreement become the subject of litigation to resolve a claim of default in performance, the prevailing party shall be entitled to and awarded attomeys'fees,expenses,and court costs. All rights concerning remedies and/or attorneys'fees shall • survive any termination of this Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF,the parties have caused this Agreement to be signed the date and year first written above. TOWN COUNCIL OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation By: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company By: NORRISBURDEN GROUP, INC., a Colorado corporation, its Manager By: . David A. Burden, President -15- Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 16 STATE OF COLORADO ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The above and foregoing Development and Improvements Agreement is acknowledged before me this_day of , 2000, by T. Michael Manchester as Mayor of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, and Trudi Worline as Town Clerk of Snowmass Village, Colorado. i SEAL Witness my hand and official seal. Notary Public My commission expires: STATE OF COLORADO ) • ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The above and foregoing Development and Improvement Agreement is acknowledged before me this_day of ,2000,by David A. Burden, President of Norris/Burden Group, Inc., a Colorado corporation,as Manager of The Timbers at Snowmass,LLC,a Colorado limited liability company. SEAL Witness my hand and official seal. Notary Public My commission expires: • -16- Development and Improvements Agreement The Timbers Planed Unit Development , 2000 Page 17 Exhibit A PUD AND COSTS IMPROVEMENTS AND COSTS ESTIMATES The following is a list of improvements required to be constructed and installed by Developer in connection with the PUD: Public Landscape and Revegetation $585,927.00 to( Faraway Road Improvement, Realignment, Intersection and Curb Cuts $183,250.00 Kiss and Ride Facility $30,000.00 Trails and Sidewalks $21,116.00 • Bus Shelters and Pullouts and Colored and Textured Concrete $140,000.00 TOTAL: $960,293.00 1� Other Project Legal Documents Is . The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L O R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 . DRAFT May 24, 2000 NON-DISTURBANCE AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this _ day of 2000, by THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS,LLC,aColorado limited liability company,its successors and assigns (hereinafter"Timbers"),in favor and for the benefit of THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation(hereinafter "Town"). WITNESSETH: WHEREAS,Timbers is the owner of certain real property located in the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado described as Lot 1, Timbers Planned Unit Development (hereinafter referred to as the "Timbers Property"); and WHEREAS, the proposed development of the Timbers Property contemplates the construction of at least thirty-six (36) multi-family dwelling units and four (4) townhouse units, together with related facilities including but not limited to structured parking and club amenities, (hereinafter collectively the "Timbers Project'); and WHEREAS, the Town desires that certain existing open space located on the southerly • portion of the Timbers Property remain undeveloped; and WHEREAS,Timbers has agreed to limit its use and development of a certain portion of The Timbers Property in connection with development of the Timbers Project in order to accommodate the Town's desire to retain such open space attributes in that area, subject to those terms and conditions set forth herein. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the above, and the mutual covenants, terms, conditions,and restrictions contained herein,and other good and valuable consideration,the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows: 1. Agreement of Non-Disturbance. Subject to those reserved rights and all other terms set forth herein,Timbers agrees and acknowledges that it shall not undertake any action,nor cause any act to be committed by agents of Timbers, which physically disturbs in a permanent nature or otherwise permanently alters that open space area of The Timbers Property more specifically illustrated and described on Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference (hereinafter"Non-Disturbance Area"). Unless otherwise specifically allowed in Section 2 below, prohibited acts of Timbers upon or within the Non-Disturbance Area shall include the construction of any residential,commercial,industrial or recreational improvements of any nature,development as that term is defined in the Town Land Use Code, any parking or storage, and any land coverage by asphalt, concrete, or other material that does not constitute a natural groundcover for the area. This Agreement and the Non-Disturbance Area shall be subject to any and all easements or • encumbrances of record on the date hereof. • 2. Reserved Rights. Timbers reserves unto itself, its successors and assigns, all rights accruing from the ownership of the Non-Disturbance Area,including the right to engage in or permit or invite others to engage in all uses of such property that are not expressly prohibited herein and which are not inconsistent with the purpose of this Agreement. Further, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the following rights are expressly reserved by Timbers in connection with the Non-Disturbance Area: a. Construction, location, relocation and/or maintenance of any dirt or gravel surface trails or trail improvements at the discretion of Timbers; b. Installation and construction of landscaping and landscaping components,including without limitation trees,plants, shrubs, soil, ground cover, rocks, boulders, gravel, and the maintenance thereof,including without limitation weed abatement activities and the installation and maintenance of underground irrigation systems; (,0 " C. Alteration of the land surface through grading, soil introduction or trenching related to trails construction/relocation and landscaping activities contemplated herein, or related to any soil or slope stabilization project undertaken by Timbers at its discretion; d. Installation, construction and maintenance of underground utilities; • e. Installation,construction and maintenance of drainage structures,culverts, and other related components, above or below grade; f. Restoration or remedial efforts effectuated by fire, flood, storm, earth movements, or acts beyond Timbers control; g. Staging and temporary storage of construction related materials and equipment during construction of any stage of the Timbers Project; h. Installation and maintenance of fencing and signage; and i. Use and right to permit use for passive open use recreation such as hiking and skiing. 3. Rights of Use and Access. It is expressly understood and acknowledged between the parties that this Agreement does not grant or otherwise convey to the Town or any members of the public any rights to utilize The Timbers Property, any rights of access onto or across The Timbers Property, or any other rights related to The Timbers Property not specifically set forth herein. 4. Ridge Condominium Easements. The Town acknowledge the existence of, and accepts this easement subject to,those easements for skiing egress and ingress purposes burdening • -2- • the Non-Disturbance Area for the benefit of the owners of adjacent Ridge Condominiums,which ski access and ski return easements are shown on Exhibit A. The Town further agrees and acknowledges that the "Lift Access Ski Easement" shown on Exhibit A may be relocated in connection with Timbers development of The Timbers Property and that the Town shall not object to nor otherwise interfere with the planned relocation of this easement by Timbers and the Ridge Condominiums. 5. Deerbrook Townhome Easements. The Town acknowledges the existence of, and accepts this easement subject to,that driveway access easement burdening the Non-Disturbance Area for the benefit of the adjacent Deerbrook Townhomes. 6. Termination/Amendment. This Agreement may not be terminated or amended, whether in whole or in part, unless by mutual agreement of the parties in writing. For purposes of this Paragraph,it is acknowledged that the"parties"shall consist of the Town and the Timbers or any association eventually formed by the Timbers which governs and controls the Non-Disturbance Area and all other common elements of the Timbers Project. d 7. General Provisions. a. Controlling Law. The interpretation and performance of this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Colorado. b. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Agreement, or the application thereof to any • person or circumstance,is found to be invalid,the remainder of the provisions of this Agreement, or the application of such provision to persons or circumstances other than those as to which it is found to be invalid, as the case may be, shall not be affected thereby. C. Entire Agreement. This instrument sets forth the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the Agreement and supersedes all prior discussions, negotiations, understandings,or agreements relating to the matters set forth in this Agreement,all of which are deemed merged herein. d. No Forfeiture. Nothing contained herein will result in a forfeiture or reversion of Grantor's title in any respect. e. Binding Effect.ffect. The covenants,terms,conditions,and restrictions of this Agreement shall be binding upon, and inure to the benefit of, the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns and shall continue as a servitude running perpetually with the land for the benefit of the Town. f Authority;Title. Each person executing this Agreement represents and warrants that he or she has been duly authorized by one of the parties to execute this Agreement and has authority to bind said party to the terms and conditions hereof.. • -3- . g. Captions. The captions in this instrument have been inserted solely for convenience of reference and are not a part of this instrument and shall have no effect upon construction or interpretation. h. Counterparts. The parties may execute this instrument in two or more counterparts, which shall, in the aggregate, be signed by both parties; each counterpart shall be deemed an original instrument as against any party who has signed it. In the event of any disparity between the counterparts produced, the recorded counterpart shall be controlling. i. Attorney's Fees. Should any party hereunder resort to any legal or equitable processes for the enforcement of any provision of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to collect all reasonable attorneys' fees, expenses and costs from the other party. �j IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have executed this Agreement on the day and year first written above. TIMBERS: THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company By: NORRISBURDEN GROUP, INC., Manager By: David A. Burden, President TOWN: THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, a Colorado municipal corporation By: Michael T. Manchester, Mayor G:\Client\Timbers\Non-Disturbance Agreement-Snow pass Village • -4- 05/24/2000 15:18 9709270374 BASALT LAW OFFICE PAGE 08 . NON DISTURBANCE AREA DISCRIPTION AN AREA OF LAND SITUATED ON A PORTION OF PARCEL K,FARAWAY RANCH ACCORDING TO THE GROSS PARCEL PLAT THEREOF RECORDED MARCH 18, 1985 IN PLAT BOOK 17 AT PAGE 5 OF THE PI COUNTY RECORDS, FARAWAY ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY; SIAREA INGALL THAT PORTION OFF PARCEL K LYING SOUTHERLY OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LINE. COMMENCING AT THE ANGLE POINT OF THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID PARCEL K (BETWEEN THE FARAWAY ROAD AND RIDGE LANE RIGHTS-OF-WAY); THENCE N 60°00'00" E ALONG THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID PARCEL K 32.91 FEET. THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE LEAVING SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY THE FOLLOWING NINE(9)COURSES ALONG SAID LINE: 1) N 33 054'03"W 35.27 FEET; 2) S 56 021'54" W 244.36 FEET; 3) S 69°38'46"W 55.81 FEET; 4) S 81 029'20"W 130.04 FEET; 5) N 85 050'43" W 56.29 FEET; 6) S 66°22'46'W 86.58 FEET; 7) S 60 028'24" W 67.06 FEET; 8) N 75 002'00" W 51.37 FEET; 9) S 14 058'00" W 25.00 FEET TO A POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID • PARCEL K, THE TERMINUS. DESCRIPTION PREPARED BY: SOPRIS ENGINEERING, LLC MARK S. BECKLER P.L.S. #28643 05/24/2000 15:10 9709270374 BASALT LAW OFFICE PAGE 08 NON DISTURBANCE AREA DISCRIPTION AN AREA OF LAND SITUATED ON A PORTION OF PARCEL K,FARAWAY RANC985 IN PLAT ACCORDING TO THE GROSS PARCEL PLAT THEREOF RECORDED MARCH 18, _ BOOK 17 AT PAGE 5 OF THE PITKINSCOUO A CORDDS,LLYING SOUTHERLY OF PARCEL K BEING Ap FARAWAY ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY; LYING SOUTHERLY OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LINE- COMMENCING AT A FARAWAY ROAD AND RIDGE LANE RIGHTS-OF-WA ; F THE F-W YOTHENCE�CEL K (BETWEEN N 60°00'00"E ALONG THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY S SAID PARCEL K 32.91 FEET. THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE LEAVING SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY THE FOLLOWING NINE(9)COURSES ALONG SAID LINE: 10� 1) N 33 054'03"W 35.27 FEET; 2) S 56 021'54" W 244.36 FEET; 3) S 69°38'46"W 55.81 FEET; 4) S 81 029'20" W 130.04 FEET; 5) N 85 050'43" W 56.29 FEET; 6) S 66°22'46"W 86.58 FEET; 7) S 60 028'24" W 67.06 FEET; 8) N 75 002'00"W 51.37 FEET; • 9) S 14 058'00"W 25.00 FEET TO A POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID PARCEL K, THE TERMINUS. DESCRIPTION PREPARED BY: SOPRIS ENGINEERING,LLC MARK S. BECKLER P.L.S. 1128643 • DRAFT May 24, 2000 NON-DISTURBANCE AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this day of 2000, by THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS,LLC,a Colorado limited liability company,its successors and assigns (hereinafter "Timbers"), in favor and for the benefit of DEERBROOK TOWNHOME CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., a Colorado non-profit corporation (hereinafter the "Association"). WITNESSETH: WHEREAS,Timbers is the owner of certain real property located in the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado described as Lot 1, Timbers Planned Unit Development(hereinafter referred to as the "Timbers Property"); and l oq WHEREAS, the proposed development of the Timbers Property contemplates the construction of at least thirty-six (36) multi-family dwelling units and four (4) townhouse units, together with related facilities including but not limited to structured parking and club amenities (hereinafter collectively the "Timbers Project"); and • WHEREAS,the Timbers Property is located north and east of,and adjacent to,that property known as the Deerbrook Subdivision, which property is more specifically set forth on the Plat thereof recorded August 8, 1989 in Plat Book 23 at Page 15 of the Pitkin County, Colorado real property records (hereinafter referred to as the"Deerbrook Property"); and WHEREAS, the Association is the entity responsible for the management, operation and control of the common elements associated with the Deerbrook Property and is authorized, as the attorney-in-fact for the owners of the condominium units constituting the Deerbrook Property, to enter into agreements affecting said property; and WHEREAS,on behalf of the owners of the Deerbrook Property,the Association desires to protect certain existing open space located on Timbers Property which currently acts as a natural buffer and open space area between the Deerbrook Property and the Timbers Property; and WHEREAS, Timbers has agreed to limit its use and development of a certain southerly portion of Timbers Property in connection with development of the Timbers Project in order to accommodate the Association's desire to retain open space attributes in that area, subject to those terms and conditions set forth herein. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the above, and the mutual covenants, terms, conditions,and restrictions contained herein,and other good and valuable consideration,the receipt • and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows: 1. Agreement of Non-Disturbance. Subject to those reserved rights and all other terms set forth herein, Timbers agrees and acknowledges that it shall not undertake any action, nor cause any act to be committed by agents of Timbers, which physically disturbs in a permanent nature or otherwise permanently alters that open space area of Timbers Property more specifically illustrated and described on Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference(hereinafter"Non- Disturbance Area"). Unless otherwise specifically allowed in Section 2 below, prohibited acts of Timbers upon or within the Non-Disturbance Area shall include the construction of any residential, commercial,industrial or recreational improvements of any nature, any parking or storage,and any land coverage by asphalt,concrete,or other material that does not constitute a natural groundcover for the area. This Agreement and the Non-Disturbance Area shall be subject to any and all easements or encumbrances of record existing of the date hereof. ( �p 2. Reserved Rights. Timbers reserves unto itself, its successors and assigns, all rights accruing from the ownership of the Non-Disturbance Area,including the right to engage in or permit or invite others to engage in all uses of such property that are not expressly prohibited herein and which are not inconsistent with the purpose of this Agreement. Further, without limiting the generality ofthe foregoing,the following rights are expressly reserved by Timbers in connection with the Non-Disturbance Area: a. Construction, location, relocation and/or maintenance of any dirt or gravel surface trails or trails improvements at the discretion of Timbers; b. Installation and construction of landscaping and landscaping components, including without limitation trees,plants,shrubs,soil,ground cover,rocks,boulders, gravel, and the maintenance thereof, including without limitation weed abatement activities and the installation and maintenance of underground irrigation systems; C. Alteration of the land surface through grading, soil introduction or trenching related to trails construction/relocation and landscaping activities contemplated herein,or related to any soil or slope stabilization project undertaken by Timbers at its discretion; d. Installation, construction and maintenance of underground utilities; e. Installation, construction and maintenance of drainage structures and components, above or below grade; f Restoration or remedial efforts effectuated by fire, flood, storm, earth movements, or acts beyond Timbers control; g. Staging and temporary storage of construction related materials and equipment during construction of any stage of the Timbers Project; and -2- h. Installation and maintenance of fencing and signage;provided,however, that Timbers shall provide adequate notice to Deerbrook of any proposed signage and fencing to be installed within the Non-Disturbance Area for Deerbrook's review and comment and Timbers shall make a good faith effort to incorporate any comments or concerns of Deerbrook in regard to such proposed fencing and/or signage. 3. Rights of Use and Access. It is expressly understood and acknowledged between the parties that this Agreement does not grant or otherwise convey to the Association or any owners of the Deerbrook Property any rights to utilize Timbers Property, any rights of access onto or across Timbers Property, or any other rights related to Timbers Property not specifically set forth herein. Its 4. Ridge Condominium Easement. The parties agree and acknowledge that the"Lift Access Ski Easement" shown on Exhibit A attached hereto represents the contemplated relocated alignment of that easement granted to the Ridge Condominium Association (hereinafter "Ridge") in Book 511 at Page673 of the Pitkin County real estate records. The realignment and relocation of this easement is currently contemplated by Ridge and Timbers to be undertaken in connection with Timbers development of Timbers Property. The Association shall not object to nor otherwise interfere with the planned relocation of this easement by Timbers. 5. Termination/Amendment. This Agreement may not be terminated or amended, whether in whole or in part,unless by mutual agreement of the parties in writing. For purposes of this Paragraph,it is acknowledged that the"parties" shall consist of the Association and the Timbers or any association eventually formed by the Timbers which governs and controls the Non- Disturbance Area and all other common elements of the Timbers Project. 6. General Provisions. (a) Controlling Law. The interpretation and performance of this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Colorado. (b) Severabilitv. If any provision of this Agreement, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance, is found to be invalid, the remainder of the provisions of this Agreement,or the application of such provision to persons or circumstances other than those as to which it is found to be invalid,as the case may be,shall not be affected thereby. (c) Entire Agreement. This instrument sets forth the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the Agreement and supersedes all prior discussions, negotiations, understandings,or agreements relating to the matters set forth in this Agreement,all of which are deemed merged herein. (d) No Forfeiture. Nothing contained herein will result in a forfeiture or reversion of Grantor's title in any respect. -3- (e) Binding Effect. The covenants, terms, conditions, and restrictions of this Agreement shall be binding upon, and inure to the benefit of,the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns and shall continue as a servitude running perpetually with the land for the benefit of the Deerbrook Property. (f) Authorit Title. Each person executing this Agreement represents and warrants that he or she has been duly authorized by one of the parties to execute this Agreement and has authority to bind said party to the terms and conditions hereof.. (g) Captions. The captions in this instrument have been inserted solely for convenience of reference and are not a part of this instrument and shall have no effect ('f, upon construction or interpretation. / (h) Counterparts. The parties may execute this instrument in two or more counterparts, which shall, in the aggregate, be signed by both parties; each counterpart shall be deemed an original instrument as against any party who has signed it. In the event of any disparity between the counterparts produced, the recorded counterpart shall be controlling. (i) Attorney's Fees. Should any party hereunder resort to any legal or equitable processes for the enforcement of any provision of this Agreement, the prevailing . party shall be entitled to collect all reasonable attorneys' fees, expenses and costs from the other party. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have executed this Agreement on the day and year first written above. TIMBERS: THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company By: NORRIS/BURDEN GROUP, INC., Manager By: David A. Burden, President • -4- • ASSOCIATION: DEERBROOK TOWNHOME CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., a Colorado non-profit corporation By: William Schottenstein, President • • OUIT CLAIM DEED THIS DEED, Made this_ day of 2000, between THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS,LLC,a Colorado limited liability company,(hereinafter"Grantor"),will convey to THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation(hereinafter "Grantee") Lots 3 and 4 of the Timbers Planned Unit Development according to the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book at Page No. as Reception No. , in the records of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, reserving for itself and its successors or assigns, including the future owners of Timbers Club Condominium Units,the right to utilize the wood bridge located on Lot 4 for non-motorized ingress and egress purposes. 10- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the grantor has executed this deed on the date set forth above. THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS,LLC, a Colorado limited liability company By: NORRIS/BURDEN GROUP, INC., Manager By: David A. Burden, President • STATE OF COLORADO ) ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of 2000 by David A. Burden as President of Norris/Burden Group, Inc., the Manager for The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company. My commission expires: Witness my hand and official seal. Notary Public • BILL OF SALE (Quit Claim) KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS,that THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC,a Colorado limited liability company of the County of Pitkin and State of Colorado, (hereafter "Seller"), for and in consideration of the sum of TEN DOLLARS ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration,the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged,hereby grants, bargains,sells,conveys and confirms to THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation (hereafter 'Buyer"), its successors and assigns, forever all the estate, right, title, interest and claim whatsoever, of the Seller, either in law or equity, without warranty, in and to the personal property situate and lying and being in the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, to wit: That certain wood bridge,including any footings,anchors,pads,and foundations related thereto,spanning Brush Creek Road in Snowmass Village, Colorado, which bridge extends from near the Woodbridge Condominiums on the northerly side of Brush Creek Road and terminates on Parcel K,Faraway Ranch on the southerly side of Brush Creek Road • IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Seller has executed this Bill of Sale this _ day of , 2000. THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company By: NORRISBURDEN GROUP, INC., Manager By: David A. Burden, President STATE OF COLORADO ) ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of ,2000 by David A. Burden as President of Norris/Burden Group, Inc., the Manager for The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company. My commission expires: Witness my hand and official seal. • Notary Public Construction Management and Phasing lip The Timbers Club S N O W M A S S V I L L A G E C O L D R A D O Final Review Application May , 2000 ETKIN NORRIS & ASSOC. Date: May 24, 2000 To: Town of Snowmass Village From: Mark I. Hughes, Etkin Skanska, Norris & Associates Re: The Timbers Club at Snowmass, Construction Management Plan The total construction duration for the project will be approximately 24 months (Please see the attached bar chart schedule for details). The following is a brief description of the activities as outlined in "Section Two: Authorization"of Town of Snowmass Village, Ordinance No. 6, Series of 2000. Notice to Proceed • Once a Notice to Proceed is given to Etkin Skanska, Norris & Associates, we will begin to mobilize as soon as possible. Mobilize and Site Access • A construction office trailer will be set on site in a location to be determined. This trailer will stay in this location until construction on site encroaches, at which time the trailer may be moved. • Coggins & Sons will bring in a drill rig, with related equipment, to perform. • Access roads (duration 2 weeks) will be constructed to allow trucks to enter and exit the site safely. Mud racks (a short stretch of roadway with clean fill) will be placed at each exit of the site. The haul trucks will stay on a firm and clean driving surface. Fencing, Staging and Construction Trailer Setup • We plan on staging construction trailers and most of the materials on the employee housing site. ■ 4' orange safety fencing will be placed around the perimeter of the site. Placement of Interim Erosion Control Measures ■ Filter trenches, holding ponds and silt fencing will be placed along Faraway Road. This work will • be completed prior to any mass excavation. The trench drain will handle on-site ground water and surface water. Clean water will discharge into the existing culvert at Faraway Road. See Sheet C12 for additional details. CM-plan5-24.doclg Page 1 of • Placement of Interceptor Trench Drain Uphill of Proposed Soldier Pier Wall • A trench drain will be installed uphill of the shoring wall. This drain will be built by drilling a series of 36" diameter holes at 48"on center. The drain will pick up the subsurface water from above the site and discharge the water to the existing creek. This work will start after the ski area closes (additional site surface drainage). Installation of Permanent Creek Diversion Facilities t� ■ The existing creek will be diverted around the site in hard pipe. The pipe will discharge into the existing culvert that runs under Faraway Road. This work will start after the ski area closes. Installation of Soil Nailing Retaining Wall System at Buildings J, K& A ■ The planned excavation will be approximately thirty (30) feet deep. Excavation will progress in six (6) to eight(8) foot cuts over the site for the length of the wall. Retainage will be with thirty (30) to fifty (50) foot long soil nails. Nail spacing will be approximately seven(7) feet vertically. Drainage mat and reinforced shoterete will be installed the length of the wall. Installation of Soldier Pier Buildings K, B, C & D • A bench area will be cut into the hillside at the shoring wall location. From here, the drill rig will drill approximately 30"holes 20' to 33' deep at 8'0"on center along the wall. These holes will be filled with concrete and steel immediately after excavation. Once the piers are set, shoring will be placed to allow removal of dirt in 8'0" lifts. This process will continue until we reach the design grades. ■ Most of the excavated dirt will be removed from the site via trucks. The trucks will leave the site and go down Brush Creek Road to a dumpsite. We will schedule the trucks to operate between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Flag persons will be used, as needed, to assist the trucks entering and exiting the site. We will take steps, as needed, to minimize dirt and debris on the streets. Daily clean up will be done, as needed. We will not haul off any dirt until the ski area closes. Placement of Untapped Underground Utilities to Parcel "N," Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plot • Planned installation of underground utilities will be fully coordinated with all utility companies. Location of existing lines, relocation and/or installation of new lines will be completed with minimal, if any, interruption of service. Etkin Skanska—Norris & Associates will cooperate in installation and declaration of required easement alignments and utility protection. • CM-plan5-24.docH Page 2 of 4 Upon Final Approval Placement of Utilities and Faraway road improvement and realignment ' (q • Planned installation of underground utilities, Faraway road disturbance and subsequent realignment, and intersection revisions shall commence immediately upon release of foundation permits and shoring permit. Duration of this work shall be approximately three (3) months. Traffic control and clean up shall be maintained during this time period. Paving of Faraway road shall be completed prior to closure of asphalt batch plants and commencement of the ski season. Building Construction A certificate of occupancy is anticipated upon completion of each building or habitable portion of building as allowed by the town's building codes. Building J • Anticipated start approximately 2 months after construction commencement • Total duration will be approximately 6 months Garage Structural and Finishes • • Anticipated start date approximately 2 months after construction commencement ■ Total duration will be 4 months Building K • Anticipated start date, one month after beginning of Building J • Total duration will be approximately 6 months Building A • Anticipated start date, approximately 2 weeks after the start of "J" • Total duration will be approximately 8 months Building B • Anticipated start date, approximately 2 %2 months after the start of"A" • Total duration will be approximately 8 months Building L • Anticipated start date, approximately 1 month after the start of`B" • Total duration will be approximately 7 months Building M • • Anticipated start date, approximately 1 month after the start of"L" ■ Total duration will be approximately 7 months CM-plan5-24do68 Page 3 of 4 • Building C • Anticipated start date is after the completion of"M" • Total duration will be approximately 8 months Building D • Anticipated start date, approximately 1 month after the start of"C" • Total duration will be approximately 8 months 'Lo • Occupancy anticipated 05/16/02 Building E • Anticipated start date, approximately 1 month after the start of"D" • Total duration will be approximately 7 months Building F • Anticipated start date, approximately 1 month after the start of`B" • Total duration will be approximately 7 months • CM-plan5-24.&68 Page 4 of 4 'f .2.00 11 TIMBERS PRELIM SCHEDULE 2fiY' Z March April May June July August Septembe October November Decembe January February March April May June Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun ilding J '.., Building K Building A Building B Building L Building M Building C Building D Building E Bu Task Summary ^ Rolled Up Progress Project:Timbers prelim Split Rolled Up Task External Tasks Date:Thu 5118/00 Progress Rolled Up Split Project Summary Milestone Rolled Up Milestone O Page 2 N TIMBERS PRELIM SCHEDULE ZOOl7 ZB� June July August Septembe I October IN ovember Decembe January February ID Task Name Duration Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb 2 Sitework/Soil Nailing/Sh 65 days Sitework I Soil Nailing/Shoring 3 Garage 91 days Garage '.. 4 Building J 135 days Bu 5 Building K 135 days 6 Building A 178 days 7 Building B 182 days 8 Building L 162 days 9 Building M 164 days 10 '.. 11 Building C 174 days 12 Building D 175 days 13 Building E 155 days 14 Building F 158 days Task Summary Rolled Up Progress- Project:Timbers prelim Split Rolled Up Task External Tasks Date:Thu 5118/00 Progress Rolled Up Split Project Summary Milestone Rolled Up Milestone Q Page 1 N DRAINAGE REPORT FOR THE THE TIMBERS (formerly FARAWAYRANCH SOUTH) TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO PREPARED FOR: • Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado PREPARED BY: Sopris Engineering, LLC. SE Job 98100.01 cr1 .. .Glnl. �.✓ O'';;.,`C;'; November 10, 1998 Revised March 12, 1999 $ Revised April 21,2000 �wv FS Jo , P.E. Yancy Nichol, P.E. • 502 Main Street • Suite A3 Carbondale, CO 81623 (970) 704-0311 • Fax (970) 704-0313 SopRis ENGINEERING • LLC civil consultants TABLE OF CONTENTS Page I. INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE 3 II. OFFSITE DRAINAGE AREAS AND PEAK DISCHARGES 3 A. Drainage Area"A" 3 B. Drainage Area"B" 4 C. Peak Discharges 4 111. EXISTING ONSITE DRAINAGE CHARACTERISTICS 5 IV. POST DEVELOPMENT DRAINAGE PLAN 5 A. The Club and Club Facilities Development 6 B. Employee Housing Development 6 C. Proposed Drainage Facilities 7 1. Headwall Structure 7 2. Detention 7 • 3. Channels and Swales g D. Summary of Post Development Drainage S V. ANALYSIS METHODS g VI. SUMMARY 9 EXHIBIT 1 Offsite Drainage Areas EXHIBIT 2 Post Development Drainage Plan APPENDIX I Pre-Development HEC-1 Output Summaries APPENDIX II Calculations for Storage Tank Volumes froWhC a2g Area­"' APPENDIX III Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curve, 10,25 and 100-Year Overland Flow Velocities Nomograph Hydrologic Soil-Cover Complexes&Associated Curve Numbers • 2 • I. INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE The Timbers is a planned commercial/residential project, encompassing a combination of multi- family townhouse units and interrelated recreational facilities, plus employee housing units. This project was formerly called Faraway Ranch South. The area is currently zoned SPA-1. The site lies within Section 1,Township 10 South, Range 86 West, of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Pitkin County, Colorado. The project is located within the town limits of Snowmass Village. One parcel, 9.739 acres in area, includes the western and southern portion of the project. The Club and Club Facilities are proposed for this parcel. The other parcel is 4.924 acres, and occupies the northern and eastern part of the site. The Employee Housing development is proposed on this parcel. The eastern part of the Employee Housing development has been deleted from the Timbers development. However, the eastern part of the Employee Housing development will be designed and constructed in the future. Total project area is 14.663 acres. Brush Creek Road lies adjacent to the north boundary of the project, and Faraway Road separates the parcels. Ridge Road lies adjacent to the south boundary of the project. An unnamed watercourse(per the USGS 7.5-minute quadrangle"Highland Peak") hereafter referred to as the main channel in this drainage report, drains through the site. This main channel is a tributary to Brush Creek. • The purpose of this drainage study is: • Define and determine the offsite drainage areas and peak discharges affecting this project for development, • Examine the onsite drainage, as it exists today, • Propose the post development drainage plan for the project site,and • Provide viable recommendations and alternatives to mitigate anticipated impacts to drainage due to development, and to insure that post development peak discharges do not exceed the existing hydrologic conditions. II. OFFSITE DRAINAGE AREAS AND PEAK DISCHARGES Two(2)offsite drainage areas affect the Timbers development. The two basins total approximately 620 acres. They are shown on Exhibit 1. The offsite drainage areas include areas of natural watershed conditions(undisturbed), ski trails, single-family residences, and access roadways. A. Drainage Area"A" The larger drainage, Drainage Area"A", is subdivided into 5 sub-watersheds for analysis purposes. Sub-watershed A5,the lowest elevation drainage basin, is the western parcel of the • Timbers site that currently drain to the same concentration point on Brush Creek. The time of concentration and hydrologic response for each sub-watershed varies. 3 • The landscape of the historical drainage area has changed due to the ski area development. Although some of the vegetation in the upper half of the watershed has been converted from forest type species to grass type species, the watershed maintains an excellent ground cover. However, numerous townhomes and single-family residences have been constructed in the lower third of the drainage area. This conversion of the surface increases the runoff potential, because many surfaces that were previously pervious have been changed to impervious. The main channel near the project site has been significantly modified with a series of open channel/piped-channel combinations. This occurs next to the Deerbrook Townhome development. Conversations with the local property manager state that past drainage problems did result in flooding of the lower townhomes. Due to these drainage problems, a concrete diversion box was constructed immediately above the Deerbrook Townhomes several years ago, and now diverts high flows around the Deerbrook Townhomes. These flows are then routed back into the main channel further downstream near the west side of the Timbers property. Several small slumps and slide areas were identified along the uphill side of the access roadway in the lower areas of the watershed. Since these slump areas occur on fairly gentle terrain,the potential for additional surface slippage exists; further evaluation by a geotechnical consultant is advisable for development. Channel runoff from offsite Drainage Area"A" flows under Faraway Road via a 36-inch corrugated metal pipe(CMP)culvert, and then under Brush Creek Road via a 48"CMP culvert to Brush Creek. However, before the 48"pipe completely fills, a portion of the runoff will escape the pipe system and continue eastward in the Brush Creek Road ditch. • B. Drainage Area"B" The smaller drainage area, Drainage Area"B",has also been altered significantly. Numerous single-family homes have been constructed, including the access roadways. Generally, runoff concentrates in the roadside ditch located on the uphill side, and then continues along the roadway. The runoff is then diverted from the roadway with culverts. With the limited hydraulic capacities of the roadside ditches, all of the 100-year runoff can not be conveyed in the ditches. Therefore, a portion of the runoff will flow across the road and continue down the slopes. This is especially likely on the switchbacks. This drainage area is divided into two sub-watersheds. The sub-watershed B2 is the eastern parcel of the Timbers project. Runoff from Drainage Area"B" flows along the south side of Brush Creek Road,until it drains into Brush Creek. C. Peak Discharges Listed below are the 10, 25,and 100-year peak discharges for different rainfall frequencies: Drainage Basin Area Peak Discharge(cfs)' (Acres) 10-Year 25-Year 100-Year • Al 208 4 11 31 A2 77 2 6 17 4 • A3 78 2 5 14 A4 122 11 25 56 AS 10 10 15 22 Combined Area"A" 495 16 39 96 B1 120 16 30 55 B2 5 5 8 11 Combined Area"B" 125 17 31 57 • Denotes cubic feet per second. The HEC-1 output summaries are included in Appendix I. The assumptions and methodology used to generate the above peak discharges are discussed later in Section V. III. EXISTING ONSITE DRAINAGE CHARACTERISTICS Historically, before any changes occurred to the landform,the site"sheet"drained from south to north towards Brush Creek. No well-defined channels or drainage ways occurred. Note the low runoff rates from the table in Section II. The natural channel entering the site is described as trapezoidal in shape,with a bottom width of about 2.5 feet, with 1.5:1 sideslopes, and an average depth of 1.5 feet. The average channel slope is about 13 percent. The hydraulic capacity of the channel,based on the above dimensions, is 120 cfs. • The terrain on the project site has now been altered significantly from adjacent developments. Faraway Road, a paved roadway without curb and gutter, separates the parcels. A ditch has been constructed on the uphill side of the roadway, and now drains much of the upstream runoff. Sheet flow from the slopes concentrates in the roadway ditch. Runoff in the ditch eventually drains under Faraway Road in a 36"culvert and then to the 48"culvert under Brush Creek Road. A large parking area with a"dirt"surface, located southeast of the Faraway Road and Brush Creek Road intersection, as well as a second large parking area, with a"dirt"surface, situated southwest of the Faraway Road and Brush Creek Road intersection, has changed the ground cover and drainage characteristics of the site. Runoff potential has increased,as well as sediment transport. The dominant ground cover over most of the project site is a mixed grass type. Slopes range from nearly level to more than 30 percent. During a field inspection, slippage of the soil mantle was noted along the steeper slopes of the southern part of the project site. IV. POST DEVELOPMENT DRAINAGE PLAN Changes in the overall collection and routing of stormwater will vary with development of the site. However,the historic concentration points of runoff leaving the project site will be maintained. Refer to Exhibit 2—Post Development Drainage for the proposed drainage plan. • The west parcel, The Club, will drain to the existing 48-inch culvert under Brush Creek Road. The western third of the east parcel, Employee Housing, will also drain to the existing 48-inch culvert under Brush Creek. 5 • Generally, post development runoff rates and volumes of most developments are reduced by means of detention structures, such as detention basins. However, "conventional' detention basins are not recommended on this site. An alternative solution consists of underground stormwater storage. The purpose of the underground detention facilities is to minimize additional soil saturation and the risk of soil failure due to the unstable soils in the area. The description of each parcel is discussed in detail below. The stormwater in the underground detention facilities will be released at rates that correspond to historic runoff rates. A. The Club Area Development 1. Onsite Drainage The Club Area Development is proposed on the west side of Faraway Road. The development spans across the main channel that conveys the runoff from the offsite areas. This is discussed in the following section. The construction of residential units, roadways, sidewalks,patios,and an underground parking structure, will increase the amount of impervious surfaces, which in turn, increase the onsite runoff, both in peak discharge rates and stormwater volumes. Due to the increase in stormwater runoff rates and volumes, underground storage tanks • are included in the stormwater management design. The"key"to the underground storage tanks is to collect sufficient volumes of runoff and then release the runoff at a rate to maintain historic rates. Runoff from the building roofs and the top of the parking structure will be routed to the underground tanks. Several tanks are recommended. The detention volumes are based on the 10-year design storm. However, provisions for tank overflow are incorporated into the grading and drainage design for runoff events in excess of the 10-year storm. When precipitation exceeds the 10-year design,the additional stormwater will"by-pass"the tank and continue to be routed per the grading plan. In addition, runoff from the paved areas will also be routed, first to storm interceptors to reduce the concentration of contaminants and pollutants from vehicles, and then to underground storage tanks. See Exhibit 2 for the location of the tanks for the paved areas. The detained runoff will then be treated the same as the stormwater runoff from the building roofs. Additional discussion for tank locations and sizes is discussed in the Detention section. 2. Routing of O1fsite Drainage Runoff in the main channel has been split and re-routed several years ago due to drainage problems at the Deerbrook Townhomes. Part of the runoff in the main channel has been diverted to the west of the Deerbrook Townhomes and part of the flow continues in the • main channel east of the Deerbrook Townhomes. Flows in the main channel continue to the south property of the Timbers. These flows will be routed to the west of the Club Area in a 30-inch storm drain. Stormwater in this storm drain will combine with the 6 Y a 1 + 5 • runoff that was diverted west of the Dembrook Townhomes in a water diversion structure. Refer to Exhibit 2. The combined flow will then be collected and routed to Brush Creek in a 48-inch RCP storm drain. The slopes south of The Club (south of the townhomes)should be graded to drain towards the main channel. In addition, swales should be constructed along the rear of The Club to concentrate the runoff from the rainfall and snowmelt; the swales should drain to the main channel. Surface runoff along the north side of the parcel will be combined near Faraway Road. Runoff is then proposed under Faraway Road to the existing 48-inch culvert. B. Employee Housing Development Drainage from the western part of the parcel will drain to the west and north,towards Brush Creek. The roofs of the townhomes and the paved areas will also be routed in a similar manner as The Club development. Exhibit 2 shows the locations of the underground storage tanks and the routing of stormwater runoff. C. Proposed Drainage Facilities 1. Headwall Structure • The headwall structure to intercept runoff from the main channel and the swales should be designed to convey the 100-year peak discharge(onsite and offsite peak discharges of 96 cfs). A portion of the 96 cfs is previously routed west of the main channel. 2. Detention In order that peak discharges do not increase with development,detention of stormwater is proposed. As discussed above, stormwater storage will be provided via underground storage tanks. The tanks will vary in size, depending on the collection area. The storage tanks will reduce the peak runoff rates. The tanks will drain with a small outlet pipe, located at the bottom of the structure. Refer to Exhibit 2 for the approximate location of the underground tanks and their storage capacities. Based on the surface areas and the historic peak runoff rates of the Club and the Employee Housing,the following are the required detention volumes: Club Area Detention Volume Cubic Feet Gallons Buildings & Parking Structure 7706 57,650 Roadway 1085 8,120 • Employee Housing Buildings 553 4,135 Roadway 2123 15,880 7 • Stormwater volumes required to be detained, as well as the calculations for the storage tanks, are included in Appendix II. The tanks will be drained with a small pipe(orifice flow) located at the bottom of the tank. The stormwater will then be gradually released to either the adjacent street as gutter flow, piped systems, or to the swales constructed on site. Runoff will ultimately drain to the existing 48-inch culvert. Runoff from the building roofs will be separated from the roadways. The runoff from the building roofs will be routed directly into the tanks. However, runoff from the streets will first be routed to a storm interceptor,to reduce the contaminants from the vehicles. Stormwater will then be routed to underground tanks and released in a similar manner as the roof drainage. Detention basins are not advised above The Club. With the potential for unstable soils on the site, the percolation processes of disposing retained stormwater should occur down gradient of the structures. 3. Channels and Swales The size of the swale required along the rear of the Plaza Area includes a"vee-shaped",with 3:1 sideslopes and 1.5 feet minimum depth. The capacity of the swales should be constructed to convey at least 22 cfs. • D. Summary of Post Development Drainage With the above drainage plan, the overall peak discharges to Brush Creek will not increase. Peak runoff rates from all development with impervious surfaces are reduced to historic rates. Depending on the final site plan,the number, location, and size of each detention facility can vary. V. ANALYSIS METHODS The US Army Corps of Engineer's HEC-1 model was used to compute offsite and onsite peak discharges. Listed below are the assumptions used in the HEC-1 model: 1. The rainfall distribution for the 24-hour duration storm was determined from an intensity- duration-frequency rainfall curve from the Hydrain-Drainage Design Systems, of the Federal Highway Administration. It is based on the latitude and longitude of the area. A copy of the output is included in the Appendix II. The rainfall distribution data is similar to the intensity-duration-frequency curve for Aspen, Colorado. 2. The runoff curve numbers are based on Natural Resource Conservation Service(NRCS) guidelines for wooded vegetative sites and urban development. Residential and commercial runoff curve numbers are based on percent of impervious surfaces and • percent of pervious surfaces. 9 • Due to the geology and evidence of slope failure, all soils are assumed to be classified in the"D" hydrologic soil group. The runoff curve numbers (RCN)used in the HEC-1 models include: Offifte RCN Vegetative Type Combined coniferous & grass-covered Ski slopes 61 Urban development 87 Onsite Existing Condition Graded Areas 94 Grass Slopes 78 Development Condition Impervious 98 Open Space 80 3. Time of concentration calculations are based on NRCS nomographs and equations. Please refer to Appendix II for detailed explanations. The onsite time of concentration for each sub-basin is assumed to be a minimum of 10 minutes. 4. The NRCS Dimensionless Unit Hydrograph method was selected to compute peak • discharges. 5. Runoff routing was calculated by the kinematic wave channel routing. 6. The capacity of the swale was determined with Mannings Equation. VI. SUMMARY With the implementation of the proposed drainage plan,impacts from developing these parcels will be mitigated. The proposed site plan indicates that about 50 percent of the project site will be open space and landscaped. Thereby, post development peak discharges,without detention, will not increase substantially. The increase is then reduced with the implementation of the underground stormwater detention facilities. It is imperative that the headwall structure and inlet to the 30-inch pipe culvert be maintained. During periods of high runoff, it is recommended that someone observes the effectiveness of this structure hourly. It may be advisable to heat the inlet structure during the winter and spring months to minimize any buildup of snow and ice. 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THE DEFINITIONS OF VARIABLES -RTIMP- AND -RTIOR- HAVE CHANGED FROM THOSE USED WITH THE 1973-STYLE INPUT STRUCTURE. THE DEFINITION OF -AMSKK- ON RM-CARD WAS CHANGED WITH REVISIONS DATED 28 SEP 81. THIS IS THE FORTRAN77 VERSION NEW OPTIONS: DAMBREAK OUTFLOW SUBMERGENCE , SINGLE EVENT DAMAGE CALCULATION, DSS:WRITE STAGE FREQUENCY, DSS:READ TIME SERIES AT DESIRED CALCULATION INTERVAL LOSS RATE:GREEN AND AMPT INFILTRATION KINEMATIC WAVE: NEW FINITE DIFFERENCE ALGORITHM ' l HEC-1 INPUT PAGE 1 LINE ID.......1.......2.......3.......4.......5.......6.......7.......8.. .....9......10 1 ID FARAWAY RANCH SOUTH 2 ID TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 3 ID PRE-DEVELOPMENT PEAK DISCHARGES FOR 100 YEAR - 24 HOUR 4 ID •DIAGRAM 5 IT 5 4NOV98 1200 300 6 IO 5 7 KK Al 8 BA 0.325 9 PH 0.486 0.958 1.71 2.22 2.40 2.70 2.89 3.00 10 LS 61 11 UD 0.96 12 KK ROUTE TO CONCENTRATION POINT OF AREA A2 13 RK 1700 0.20 0.035 TRAP 2 1 v. / 14 KK A2 15 BA 0.120 16 LS 61 17 UD 0.40 18 KK COMB 19 HC 2 20 KK A3 21 BA 0.122 22 LS 61 23 UD 0.67 24 KK COMB 25 HC 2 26 KK A4 27 BA 0.191 28 LS 68 29 UD 0.39 30 KK COMB 31 HC 2 32 KK AS 33 KM ONSITE DRAINAGE AREA - WEST 34 BA 0.0152 35 LS 83 36 UD 0.10 37 KK COMB 38 HC 2 1 HEC-1 INPUT PAGE 2 LINEID.......1.......2.......3.......4.......5.......6.......7.......8.......9......10 39 KK B1 40 BA 0.187 41 LS 73 42 UD 0.76 43 KK B2 44 KM ONSITE DRAINAGE AREA - EAST 45 BA 0.0077 46 LS 83 47 UD 0.10 48 KK COMB 49 HC 2 50 ZZ 1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF STREAM NETWORK no INPUT LINE (V) ROUTING (--->) DIVERSION OR PUMP FLOW NO. (.) CONNECTOR (<---) RETURN OF DIVERTED OR PUMPED FLOW 7 Al V V 12 ROUTE 14 A2 18 CCMB............ 20 A3 24 COMB............ 26 A4 30 COMB............ 32 A5 37 COMB............ 39 B1 43 B2 48 COMB............ (*+!) RUNOFF ALSO COMPUTED AT THIS LOCATION 111iY1ffi444f 411441 Y11f 1f 1.4!11411!!f1}f 4♦ }444444444Y4ffYkkf 1144+1l4411+114Y}1 Yff + FLOOD HYDROGRAPH PACKAGE (HEC-1) ` + V.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS + + SEPTEMBER 1990 + + HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING CENTER + + VERSION 4.0 • • 609 SECOND STREET + ` * DAVIS, CALIFORNIA 95616 + * RUN DATE 11/05/1998 TIME 09:57:25 ` • (916) 756-1104 + }41Y44}1444f}44i414f 4444!44}4!414!4!!4441 4L44444}4f ifffll}4}441444ff kf111444 ifff FARAWAY RANCH SOUTH TOWN OF SNONMASS VILLAGE PRE-DEVELOPMENT PEAK DISCHARGES FOR 100 YEAR - 24 HOUR 6 IO OUTPUT CONTROL VARIABLES IPRNT 5 PRINT CONTROL IPLOT 0 PLOT CONTROL QSCAL 0. HYDROGRAPH PLOT SCALE IT HYDROGRAPH TIME DATA NMIN 5 MINUTES IN COMPUTATION INTERVAL IDATE 4NOV98 STARTING DATE ITIME 1200 STARTING TIME NQ 300 NUMBER OF HYDROGRAPH ORDINATES NDDATE 5NOV98 ENDING DATE NDTIME 1255 ENDING TIME ICENT 19 CENTURY MARK COMPUTATION INTERVAL .08 HOURS TOTAL TIME BASE 24.92 HOURS ENGLISH UNITS DRAINAGE AREA SQUARE MILES PRECIPITATION DEPTH INCHES LENGTH, ELEVATION FEET FLOW CUBIC FEET PER SECOND STORAGE VOLUME ACRE-FEET SURFACE AREA ACRES TEMPERATURE DEGREES FAHRENHEIT 1 RUNOFF SUMMARY FLOW IN CUBIC FEET PER SECOND TIME IN HOURS, AREA IN SQUARE MILES PEAK TIME OF AVERAGE FLOW FOR MAXIMUM PERIOD BASIN MAXIMUM TIME OF OPERATION STATION FLOW PEAK AREA STAGE MAX STAGE + 6-HOUR 24-HOUR 72-HOUR HYDROGRAPH AT + Al 31. 13.42 12. 3. 3. .32 ROUTED TO + ROUTE 31. 13.50 12. 3. 3. .32 HYDROGRAPH AT + A2 17. 12.67 4. 1. 1. .12 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 41. 13.25 16. 4. 4. .44 .nD.n HYDROGRAPH AT + A3 14. 13.08 4. 1. 1. .12 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 54. 13.17 20. 6. 5. .57 HYDROGRAPH AT + A4 56. 12.58 12. 3. 3. .19 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 92. 12.67 33. 9. 8. .76 HYDROGRAPH AT + A5 22. 12.17 2. 1. 1. .02 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 96. 12.67 35. 9. 9. .77 HYDROGRAPH AT + B1 55. 13.00 16. 4. 4. .19 HYDROGRAPH AT + B2 11. 12.17 1. 0. 0. .01 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 57. 13.00 17. 5. 4. .19 1 SUMMARY OF KINEMATIC WAVE - MUSKINGUM-CUNGE ROUTING (FLOW IS DIRECT RUNOFF WITHOUT BASE FLOW) INTERPOLATED TO COMPUTATION INTERVAL ISTAQ ELEMENT DT PEAK TIME TO VOLUME DT PEAK TIME TO VOLUME PEAK PEAK (MIN) (CFS) (MIN) (IN) (MIN) (CFS) (MIN) (IN) ROUTE MANE .68 30.84 806.27 .36 5.00 30.78 810.00 .36 CONTINUITY SUMMARY (AC-FT) - INFLOW- .6300E+01 EXCESS- .0000E+00 OUTFLOW= .6298E+01 BASIN STORAGE- .2270E-02 PERCENT ERROR- .0 NORMAL END OF HEC-1 f"0.' 11f#i+kifff#f kffffif#fi4ffflfff4#441f{f 1f♦ Yf 441f#111i#i4{{1111114444kf1f 1f 4411!if ' FLOOD HYDROGRAPH PACKAGE (HEC-1) • • U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS ' SEPTEMBER 1990 • • HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING CENTER ' • VERSION 4.0 • ' 609 SECOND STREET ' • • DAVIS, CALIFORNIA 95616 + ' RUN DATE 11/05/1998 TIME 13:22:24 • + (916) 756-1104 1 4 4 4 4#IYf 4ifi{{kff 4fflttllfflf 11!41!!1!!4144♦ 4!l 144{#f 111ifff{Yf 4111 14Y411#fff44Y{f♦ x x xxxxxxx xxxxx x x x x x x xx x x x x x xxxxxxx xxxx x xxxxx x x x x x x x x x x x x x x xxxxxxx xxxxx xxx THIS PROGRAM REPLACES ALL PREVIOUS VERSIONS OF HEC-1 KNOWN AS HEC1 (JAN 73), HECIGS, HECIDB, AND HECIKW. THE DEFINITIONS OF VARIABLES -RTIMP- AND -RTIOR- HAVE CHANGED FROM THOSE USED WITH THE 1973-STYLE INPUT STRUCTURE. THE DEFINITION OF -AMSKK- ON RM-CARD WAS CHANGED WITH REVISIONS DATED 28 SEP 81. THIS IS THE F0RTRAN77 VERSION NEW OPTIONS: DAMBREAK OUTFLOW SUBMERGENCE , SINGLE EVENT DAMAGE CALCULATION, DSS:WRITE STAGE FREQUENCY, DSS:READ TIME SERIES AT DESIRED CALCULATION INTERVAL LOSS RATE:GREEN AND AMPT INFILTRATION KINEMATIC WAVE: NEW FINITE DIFFERENCE ALGORITHM 1 HEC-1 INPUT PAGE 1 LINEID.......1.......2.......3.... ...4.......5.......6.......7.......8.......9......10 1 ID FARAWAY RANCH SOUTH 2 ID TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 3 ID PRE-DEVELOPMENT PEAK DISCHARGES FOR 25 YEAR - 24 HOUR 4 ID 'DIAGRAM 5 IT 5 4NOV98 1200 300 6 IO 5 7 KK Al 8 BA 0.325 9 PH 0.416 0.785 1.341 1.730 1.876 2.114 2.259 2.350 10 LS 61 11 UD 0.96 12 KK ROUTE TO CONCENTRATION POINT OF AREA A2 13 RK 1700 0.20 0.035 TRAP 2 1 14 KK A2 15 BA 0.120 16 LS 61 17 UD 0.40 18 KK CCMB 19 HC 2 20 KK A3 21 BA 0.122 22 LS 61 23 UD 0.67 24 KK COMB 25 HC 2 26 KK A4 27 BA 0.191 28 LS 68 29 UD 0.39 30 KK COMB 31 HC 2 32 KK A5 33 KM ONSITE DRAINAGE AREA - WEST 34 BA 0.0152 35 LS 83 36 UD 0.10 37 KK COMB 38 HC 2 1 NEC-1 INPUT PAGE 2 LINE ID.......1.. .....2.......3.......4.......5.......6.......7.......8.......9......10 39 KK 131 40 BA 0.187 41 LS 73 42 UD 0.76 43 KK B2 44 KM ONSITE DRAINAGE AREA - EAST 45 BA 0.0077 46 LS 83 47 UD 0.10 48 KK CCMB 49 HC 2 50 ZZ 1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF STREAM NETWORK .st •. INPUT LINE (V) ROUTING (--->) DIVERSION OR PUMP FLOW NO. (.) CONNECTOR (<---) RETURN OF DIVERTED OR PUMPED FLOW 7 Al V V 12 ROUTE 14 A2 18 COMB............ 20 A3 24 COMB............ 26 A4 30 COMB............ 32 A5 37 COMB............ 39 B1 43 B2 48 COMB............ ("+) RUNOFF ALSO COMPUTED AT THIS LOCATION 1/iYffrfifaff##f Y{a///lffYYff/#a#ak a{a}trf /ilf aaarkf lY}#/aY#}#}#/Yff4#####f#Yak#a # k # a • FLOOD HYDROGRAPH PACKAGE (NEC-1) + • U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS + * SEPTEMBER 1990 } * HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING CENTER • VERSION 4.0 + + 609 SECOND STREET ' f + DAVIS, CALIFORNIA 95616 + RUN DATE 11/05/1998 TIME 13:22:24 + + (916) 156-1104 afY Uaaaaawaaaa{aaaaaaa as uYraaaaawaaaaaa aaaiYrawara of uaaaaaaarf wa aaaaa/wf aaa a♦ FARAWAY RANCH SOUTH TOWN OF SNONMASS VILLAGE PRE-DEVELOPMENT PEAK DISCHARGES FOR 25 YEAR - 24 HOUR 6 IO OUTPUT CONTROL VARIABLES IRRNT 5 PRINT CONTROL IPLOT 0 PLOT CONTROL QSCAL 0. HYDROGRAPH PLOT SCALE IT HYDROGRAPH TIME DATA NMIN 5 MINUTES IN COMPUTATION INTERVAL IRATE 4NOV98 STARTING DATE ITIME 1200 STARTING TIME NQ 300 NUMBER OF HYDROGRAPH ORDINATES NDDATE 5NOV98 ENDING DATE NDTIME 1255 ENDING TIME ICENT 19 CENTURY MARK COMPUTATION INTERVAL .08 HOURS TOTAL TIME BASE 24.92 HOURS ENGLISH UNITS DRAINAGE AREA SQUARE MILES PRECIPITATION DEPTH INCHES LENGTH, ELEVATION FEET FLOW CUBIC FEET PER SECOND STORAGE VOLUME ACRE-FEET SURFACE AREA ACRES TEMPERATURE DEGREES FAHRENHEIT 1 RUNOFF SUMMARY FLOW IN CUBIC FEET PER SECOND TIME IN HOURS, AREA IN SQUARE MILES PEAK TIME OF AVERAGE FLOW FOR MAXIMUM PERIOD BASIN MAXIMUM TIME OF OPERATION STATION FLOW PEAK AREA STAGE MAX STAGE + 6-HOUR 24-HOUR 72-HOUR HYDROGRAPH AT + Al 11. 13.58 5. 1. 1. .32 ROUTED TO + ROUTE 11. 13.58 5. 1. 1. .32 HYDROGRAPH AT + A2 6. 12.83 2. 0. 0. .12 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 15. 13.42 7. 2. 2. .44 HYDROGRAPH AT + A3 5. 13.25 2. 1. 0. .12 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 20. 13.33 8. 2. 2. .57 HYDROGRAPH AT + A4 25. 12.58 6. 2. 2. .19 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 37, 13.08 15. 4. 4. .76 HYDROGRAPH AT + A5 15. 12.17 1. 0. 0. .02 2 COMBINED AT + CCMB 39. 12.75 16. 4. 4. ,77 HYDROGRAPH AT + B1 30. 13.08 9. 2. 2. ,19 HYDROGRAPH AT + B2 8. 12.17 1. 0. 0. .01 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 31. 13.00 10. 3. 3. .19 1 SUMMARY OF KINEMATIC WAVE - MUSKINGUM-CUNGE ROUTING (FLOW IS DIRECT RUNOFF WITHOUT BASE FLOW) INTERPOLATED TO COMPUTATION INTERVAL ISTAQ ELEMENT DT PEAK TIME TO VOLUME DT PEAK TIME TO VOLUME PEAK PEAK (MIN) (CPS) (MIN) (IN) (MIN) (CPS) (MIN) (IN) ROUTE MANE .74 11.46 816.81 .15 5.00 11.44 815.00 .15 CONTINUITY SUMMARY (AC-FT) - INFLOW- .2649E+01 EXCESS= .0000E+00 OUTFLOW= .2647E+01 BASIN STORAGE= .1519E-02 PERCENT ERROR- .0 *'• NORMAL END OF HEC-1 ••+ 1„♦�..•a,sass„asassaaasaaaaa,,,,,,,• • r,,,,,a:s s,,,asas,,,aaaa„a,asss,aasss• • FLOOD HYDROGRAPH PACKAGE (NEC-1) + • U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS • SEPTEMBER 1990 • • HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING CENTER • VERSION 4.0 • • 609 SECOND STREET ` ` • DAVIS, CALIFORNIA 95616 • RUN DATE 11/05/1998 TIME 09:53:08 ' + (916) 756-1104 e•„••„s,ass•ssssaaa,aaa,,,,,,,,,ss,s:a• a,,,,,s•a,,,,ssa,,,,ass,,,,,saa,,,sa sa♦ x X xxxxxxx xxxxx x x x x x x xx x x x x x xxxxxxx xxxx x xxxxx x x x x x x x x x x x x x x xxxxxxx xxxxx xxx THIS PROGRAM REPLACES ALL PREVIOUS VERSIONS OF HEC-1 KNOWN AS HEC1 (JAN 731, HECIGS, HECIDB, AND HECIKW. THE DEFINITIONS OF VARIABLES -RTIMP- AND -RTIOR- HAVE CHANGED FROM THOSE USED WITH THE 1973-STYLE INPUT STRUCTURE. THE DEFINITION OF -AMSKK- ON RM-CARD WAS CHANGED WITH REVISIONS DATED 28 SEP 81. THIS IS THE FORTRAN77 VERSION NEW OPTIONS: DAMBREAK OUTFLOW SUBMERGENCE , SINGLE EVENT DAMAGE CALCULATION, DSS:WRITE STAGE FREQUENCY, DSS:READ TIME SERIES AT DESIRED CALCULATION INTERVAL LOSS RATE:GREEN AND AMPT INFILTRATION KINEMATIC WAVE: NEW FINITE DIFFERENCE ALGORITHM 1 HEC-1 INPUT PAGE 1 LINE ID.......1.......2.......3.......4.......5.......6.......7.......8.......9......10 I ID FARAWAY RANCH SOUTH 2 ID TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 3 ID PRE-DEVELOPMENT PEAK DISCHARGES FOR 10 YEAR - 24 HOUR 4 ID 'DIAGRAM 5 IT 5 4NOV98 1200 300 6 IO 5 7 KK Al 8 BA 0.325 9 PH 0.366 0.667 1.099 1.417 1.536 1.732 1.851 1.925 10 LS 61 11 UD 0.96 12 KK ROUTE TO CONCENTRATION POINT OF AREA A2 13 RK 1700 0.20 0.035 TRAP 2 1 • 14 KK A2 • • 15 BA 0.120 16 LS 61 17 UD 0.40 18 KK COMB 19 HC 2 20 KK A3 21 BA 0.122 22 LS 61 23 UD 0.67 24 KK COMB 25 HC 2 26 KK A4 27 BA 0.191 28 LS 68 29 UD 0.39 30 KK COMB 31 HC 2 32 KK A5 33 KM ONSITE DRAINAGE AREA - WEST 34 BA 0.0152 35 IS 83 36 UD 0.10 37 KK COMB 38 HC 2 1 HEC-1 INPUT PAGE 2 LINE ID.......1.......2.......3.......4.......5.......6.......7..... ..8.......9......10 39 KK B1 40 BA 0.187 41 LS 73 42 UD 0.76 43 KK B2 44 KH ONSITE DRAINAGE AREA - EAST 45 BA 0.0077 46 LS 83 47 UD 0.10 48 KK COMB 49 HC 2 50 22 1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF STREAM NETWORK INPUT LINE (V) ROUTING (--->) DIVERSION OR PUMP FLOW NO. (.) CONNECTOR (<---) RETURN OF DIVERTED OR PUMPED FLOW 7 Al V V 12 ROUTE 14 A2 18 COMB............ 20 A3 24 COMB............ 26 A4 30 COMB............ 32 A5 37 COMB............ 39 B1 43 B2 48 COMB............ (•++) RUNOFF ALSO COMPUTED AT THIS LOCATION 1a •aaaaa«aaa♦aaraaaaaa a aaaaawaa a4aaa sae rrra w4 rrfrra rwf»rrafffffaaffffaaa of faa a• 4 a a • FLOOD HYDROGRAPH PACKAGE (HEC-1) • ' U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS + • SEPTEMBER 1990 + • HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING CENTER • VERSION 4.0 * • 609 SECOND STREET ' • • DAVIS, CALIFORNIA 95616 • RUN DATE 11/05/1998 TIME 09:53:08 a r (916) 756-1104 • • a a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa saaaaaaaaaeaa ua aarra44aaarraa4wfa aaaa4a 4f rrwa♦aaa raaaw FARAWAY RANCH SOUTH TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PRE-DEVELOPMENT PEAK DISCHARGES FOR 10 YEAR - 24 HOUR 6 IO OUTPUT CONTROL VARIABLES IPRNT 5 PRINT CONTROL IPLOT 0 PLOT CONTROL QSCAL 0. HYDROGRAPH PLOT SCALE IT HYDROGRAPH TIME DATA NMIN 5 MINUTES IN COMPUTATION INTERVAL IDATE 4NOV98 STARTING DATE ITIME 1200 STARTING TIME NQ 300 NUMBER OF HYDROGRAPH ORDINATES NDDATE 5NOV98 ENDING DATE NDTIME 1255 ENDING TIME ICENT 19 CENTURY MARK COMPUTATION INTERVAL .08 HOURS TOTAL TIME BASE 24.92 HOURS ENGLISH UNITS DRAINAGE AREA SQUARE MILES PRECIPITATION DEPTH INCHES LENGTH, ELEVATION FEET FLOW CUBIC FEET PER SECOND STORAGE VOLUME ACRE-FEET SURFACE AREA ACRES TEMPERATURE DEGREES FAHRENHEIT 1 RUNOFF SUMMARY FLOW IN CUBIC FEET PER SECOND TIME IN HOURS, AREA IN SQUARE MILES PEAK TIME OF AVERAGE FLOW FOR MAXIMUM PERIOD BASIN MAXIMUM TIME OF OPERATION STATION FLOW PEAK AREA STAGE MAX STAGE + 6-HOUR 24-HOUR 72-HOUR HYDROGRAPH AT + Al 4. 13.83 2. 1. 0. .32 ROUTED TO + ROUTE 4. 13.83 2. 1. 0. .32 HYDROGRAPH AT + A2 2. 13.17 1. 0. 0. .12 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 5. 13.75 2. 1. 1. .44 HYDROGRAPH AT + A3 2. 13.50 1. 0. 0. .12 •2 COMBINED AT • • + COMB 7. 13.58 3. 1. 1. .57 HYDROGRAPH AT + A4 11. 12.67 3. 1. 1. .19 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 15. 13.17 6. 2. 2. .76 HYDROGRAPH AT + A5 10. 12.17 1. 0. 0. .02 2 COMBINED AT + CCMB 16. 13.00 7. 2. 2. .77 HYDROGRAPH AT + B1 16. 13.08 5. 1. 1. .19 HYDROGRAPH AT + B2 5. 12.17 1. 0. 0. .01 2 COMBINED AT + COMB 17, 13.08 6. 2. 2. .19 1 SUMMARY OF KINEMATIC WAVE - MUSKINGUM-CUNGE ROUTING (FLOW IS DIRECT RUNOFF WITHOUT BASE FLOW) _ INTERPOLATED TO COMPUTATION INTERVAL ISTAQ ELEMENT DT PEAK TIME TO VOLUME DT PEAK TIME TO VOLUME PEAK PEAK (MIN) (CPS) (MIN) (IN) (MIN) (CES) (MIN) (IN) ROUTE MANE 1.09 3.76 832.46 .06 5.00 3.75 830.00 .06 CONTINUITY SUMMARY (AC-FT) - INFLOW- .1020E+01 EXCESS= .0000E+00 OUTFLOW= .1019E+01 BASIN STORAGE- .9463E-03 PERCENT ERROR- .0 •.. NORMAL END OF HEC-1 •.. APPENDIX II • STORAGE TANK VOLUMES CALCULATIONS Calculations for Storage Tank Volumes From the Plaza Area Calculations are based on the 10 year—24 hour design storm. Total precipitation= 1.93 inches. Size tank(s) for the panting garage Plaza Area = 102,600 square feet Roadway over parking structure (21,200 square feet) Roof area(Buildings A, B, C, D, L& M) (50,060 square feet) Roof area(Buildings J&K) (8,600 square feet) Landscape area (22,740 square feet) Roadway Area = 11.250 square feet Total Area = 113,850 square feet Based on Drainage Report(revised March 12, 1999),the historic runoff from this sub-drainage area is 10 cfs (10-year storm). This is based on a drainage area of 10 acres. Since the plaza area is 2.6 acres, then historic flows are approximately(2.6/10)x 10 cfs=2.6t cfs from this area. Per the revised drainage plan(4-21-00), allow part of the plaza area to"pass through"the drainage • system without any detention, and then the remainder of the runoff will be detained via underground storage tanks. Assume the"pass through" flow rate is 1.6 cfs, with the balance of 1.0 cfs to be the detained"bleed-off'rate. The"pass through"area will encompass the roofs of Buildings J and K, as they are away from the parking structure and can freely drain into the 48" RCP. Also include additional roof area(the exact amount to be calculated below) along the west and/or south portions of the parking structure, as the stormwater from the roof drains can easily be routed to the west of the parking structure into the 48"RCP. The total stormwater volume under existing conditions is (Plaza Area): V— 102,600 square feet x(1.93/12)x 0.35 =5775.5 cubic feet=43,200 gallons The total stormwater volume under developed conditions is(Plaza Area): V= [(102,600—22,740 square feet)x(1.93/12)x 0.95] +[22,740 square feet x (1.93/12)x 0.35] = 13,482.0 cubic feet= 100,845 gallons The total stormwater required to detain= 100,845—43,200= 57,650 gallons(Plaza Area) For the 1.4 cfs that will be allowed to flow through without detention, allow credit for roof areas of Buildings J and K(8,600 square feet),plus additional roof area from Buildings A,B, and C with an area not to exceed 7,860 square feet. This is calculated by the following: Using a 10-minute time of concentration,the i value=3.4. This value is interpolated • from the precipitation tables in the drainage report. Using a"C"coefficient of 0.95 for impervious areas,then Q=CiA or 1.6=(0.95x3.4)A or A= 0.50 acres =21,600 square feet. And 21,600 square feet—8,600 square feet= 13,000 square feet. Size tank(s) for the roadway between Faraway South and the Plaza area Area of roadway= 11,250 square feet VTarAL= 11,250 x(1.93/12)x 0.95 = 1719 cubic feet= 12,860±gallons VwsTmc= 11,250 x(1.93/12)x 0.35 =634 cubic feet=4,740±gallons The stormwater water to detain from the roadway= 12,860—4,740=8,120 gallons. This stormwater can be combined with the roadway stormwater volume above(12,105 gallons). The total roadway stormwater then is 20,225 gallons. Calculate the storage volume needed for the buildings and roadway east of Faraway Road. Roadway = 22,000 square feet Roof area(Buildings E & F) = 5,730 square feet • VTarALdt�rs) = 5,730 x(1.93/12)x 0.95 = 876 cubic feet=6,550±gallons VwsTaugto.&) = 5,730 x(1.93/12)x 0.35 = 323 cubic feet=2,415±gallons Difference(Building Roofs)between the total volume and the historic volume=required detention. Therefore,the required detention=6,550 gallons—2,415 gallons= 4,135 gallons. VTorAuao.d.y) =22,000 x(1.93/12)x 0.95 = 3,362 cubic feet= 25,150±gallons VwncFuQAO&dW") =22,000 x(1.93/12)x 0.35 = 1,239 cubic feet= 9,270±gallons Difference(Roadway)between the total volume and the historic volume= required detention. Therefore,the required detention=25,150 gallons—9,270 gallons= 15,880 gallons. Total volume for detention east of Faraway Road is 4,135 gallons + 15,880 gallons =20,015 gallons. • APPENDIX III • RAINFALL INTENSITY-DURATION-FREQUENCY CURVE, 10,25,AND 100-YEAR OVERLAND FLOW VELOCITIES NOMOGRAPH HYDROLOGIC SOIL-COVER COMPLEXES &CURVE NUMBERS • TABLE 1 - DRAINAGE BASIN CHARACTERISTICS FARAWAY RANCH SOUTH Drainage Location Area Elevation Elevation Basin Average Basin acres At Top At Bottom Length Ift) Slope X Al Offsite 208 11,160 9,440 7,200 23.9 A2 Offsite 77 9,840 8,840 5,000 20.0 A3 offsite 78 10,000 8,840 5,000 23.2 A4 Offsite 122 9,280 8,280 6,200 16.1 A5 Onsite 10 8,420 8,265 650 23.9 Total A 4951 1 B1 Offsite 120 9,360 8,280 6,3001 17.1 B2 Onsite 5 8,340 8,210 7501 17.3 Total B 125 Time of Concentration Calculations Drainage Basin Al: Assume overland flow conditions. This is due to no recognizable concentration flow per the 7.5 minute USGS quadrangle. 7200 linear feet of overland flow at 1.25 feet per second(fps)rate. This rate is per the attached NRCS nomagraph at 23.9 percent slope. This equals 96 minutes. Drainage Basin A2: Assume 2500 linear feet of overland flow at 1.25 fps (20.0 percent slope),plus 2500 linear feet of channel flow at 6.0 feet per second. This is estimated per the average channel dimensions. This equals 40 minutes. Drainage Basin A3: Assume 5000 linear feet of overland flow at 1.25 fps (23.2 percent slope). This equals 67 minutes. Drainage Basin A4: Assume 1600 linear feet of overland flow at 1.0 fps (16.1 percent slope), plus 4300 linear feet of channel flow at 6 fps. This equals 39 minutes. Drainage Basin A5: Assume a minimum time of concentration of 10 minutes. • Drainage Basin BI: Historic before development—6300 linear feet of overland flow at 1.1 fps(17.1 percent slope). This equals 95 minutes. Existing conditions with limited development—3000 linear feet of overland flow at 1.1 fps(17.1 percent slope),plus 7500 linear feet of roadside ditch at 4 fps. This equals 77 minutes. Drainage Basin B2: Assume a minimum time of concentration of 10 minutes. • rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr HYDRO - Version 3.2 rrerrrerrrrrrrr • ' HIC19 / Design Event vs Return Period Prograt ' Date of Run: 10.30-98 PAGE IO 1 IDF CURVE --- Input File: C:\HYDRO\SNONMASS.HDO JOBIDF CURVE IDFSIONMASS VILLAGE +++ THE IDF CURVE OPTION RAS Bill SELECTED. LOC39 12 106 S6 '++ THE LATITUDE IS 39 DEGREES, 12 NIFUTBS '++ THE LONGITUDE IS 106 DEGREES, 56 MINUTES RPD10 +' TEN SELECTED RETURN PERIOD IS 10 YBARS END +' BID OF COMMAND FILE • "+++ HYDRO ***it (Version 3.2) ""1 DATE 10-30-98 PAGE gO 2 IDF CURVE IONNASS VILLAGE INTENSITY CURVE FOR 10 YEAR RETURN PERIOD RAINFALL INTENSITY(INCHBSIHOUR)-VS-DURATIOI(BOURS) 1.10+................................................................... 3.301 r 2.20. •r •.10. + r . + r r • .00...................................................................* AA L 110 11 AA 10 AO 1A 110 -------------------------------------------------- POINT DURATION (IRS) INTENSITY (IN/HR) .................................................. 1 .08330 4.40003 2 .16670 3.37768 3 .25000 2.66723 4 .50000 1.78089 5 1.00000 1.09859 6 2.00000 .70872 7 4.00000 .41392 8 8.00000 .22595 9 16.00000 .11841 10 24.00000 .08022 .................................................. IDF CURTI DITAIL 4.40... ................................................................ 3.30. t 2.20. t .00.................................................................... .00 .50 1.00 1.50 2.00 t«« HYDRO (Version 3.2) }«<t DATE 10.30-98 PAGE NO 3 IDF CURVE END Of RUN • • CONTRACT DOCUMENTS SNOWMASS WATER AND SANITATION DISTRICT TIMBERS CLUB WATER AND SEWER EXTENSIONS PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO • McLAUGHLIN WATER ENGINEERS, LTD. ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS DENVER, COLORADO — ASPEN, COLORADO MAY 2000 65-150.066 • • SNOWMASS WATER AND SANITATION DISTRICT TIMBERS CLUB PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO TABLE OF CONTENTS Item Page GENERAL CONDITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GC-1 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION PROVISIONS 1. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-1 2. Surveying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-1 3. Water SCP-I 4. Permits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-I 5. Underground Structures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-1 6. Water Pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-1 7. General Conditions SCP-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8. Schedule SCP-2 9. Proposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-2 10. Inspection SCP-2 11. Reseeding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-2 12. Electric Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-2 • 13. Subsurface Soil Investigations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCP-2 SPECIFICATIONS A. Excavation and Backfill for Buried Pipelines SA-1 B. Materials for Water Pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S13-1 C. Installation for Water Pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SC-1 D. Materials for Sewer Pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SD-1 E. Installation for Sewer Pipelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SE-1 PROPOSAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P-1 65-150.062:05170 • SCP-1 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION PROVISIONS 1. GENERAL: When the term "Owner" is used in these specifications, it shall refer to the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. This Contract covers the construction of potable water and sanitary sewer pipelines to extend the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District's (Owner) system from existing pipes near the TIMBERS CLUB development. Included are ductile iron pipelines, fire hydrants, valves, fittings, and PVC sanitary sewer pipelines. 2. SURVEYING: The surveying for construction will be provided by the Timbers Club. 3. WATER: Water for testing of pipelines will be provided by the Owner. The Owner will operate all valves and hydrants and the Contractor shall schedule with the Owner when water is required. Water required by the Contractor for construction purposes may be purchased from the Owner at $2.00/1,000 gallons. Contractor shall be responsible for transporting water to the place of use. 4. PERMITS: Contractor is responsible for obtaining road cut permits, contractors license and all • costs associated with these or any other permits required for construction of the project. 5. UNDERGROUND STRUCTURES: Any known underground utilities and structures are indicated on the Drawings. This information is shown as a convenience to the Contractor and is not guaranteed to be accurate or complete. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to locate and maintain all utilities in proper working order at all times. The Contractor shall use extreme caution when working around the existing utilities. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to contact proper authorities for location, horizontal and vertical, and take any precautions necessary to protect the utilities. No extra compensation will be granted for the location of utilities. All based information used in the design of the facilities was provided by Sopris Engineers. 6. WATER PIPELINES: Minimum cover for water pipelines is 8 feet except where specifically revised on the drawings. This shall be the distance in any direction from any point on top of the water lines to the existing or future grade. The grade (future or existing) that governs shall be that which has the lowest elevation. Line location tape located 18-inches below the finished grade over the pipeline is required for this project. Polyethylene encasement is not required for the ductile iron water pipe. 65.190.066 ill?/00 • SCP-2 7. GENERAL CONDITIONS: All construction and contractual provisions of the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District Rules and Regulations, currently in effect, shall be strictly adhered to throughout the construction of this project unless specifically revised herein. Rules and Regulations Section 2.4.4 General Conditions/Contract Format specifically applies to the construction contract and shall be considered a part of these documents. 8. SCHEDULE: The Contractor shall schedule all water system interruptions with the Owner's Manager of Operations. Contractor shall follow the Owners procedure for notification, time limits and service outage and scheduling the work. 9. PROPOSAL: A proposal for construction of all work items can be added to these specifications upon request. The intent is to provide a basis for the cost of the project for the Owner. 10. INSPECTION: The Contractor shall provide proper facilities for and access to all work wherever it is in preparation or progress to the District's Engineer or his authorized representative. No work shall proceed in the absence of the Engineer or his representative unless previously agreed. Any buried construction in the absence of the Engineer shall be uncovered for review and observation. The Contractor shall be responsible for all costs associated with exposing work in place and backfilling, compaction, and restoration. H. RESEEDING: Areas of construction and adjacent areas outside of existing or proposed roadways shall be reseeded when work is complete. Specifications and requirements for reseeding for the potable water tank and pump station are included, however, selection of materials will be provided by the Timbers Club and their consultant. 12. ELECTRIC POWER: Electrical power supply if required shall be coordinated by the Contractor with other electrical installations. 13. SUBSURFACE SOIL INVESTIGATIONS: A report of the subsurface soil investigations in the vicinity of the potable water tank are to be provided by the Timbers Club. 14. Sewer Line: Sewer Main is to be 8" SDR 26 PVC and services are to be 4", 6" and 8" C-900 Class 150 PVC. Water lines are to be 8", 6" and 4" Class 52 DIP. 15. Sewer Lines: Video taping of all sewer main lines is required. Review and approval of tapes and lines must be completed by SWSD personnel prior to final acceptance. 6}.I50.06&3/17/00 • SPECIFICATION A EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL FOR BURIED PIPELINES 1. SCOPE OF WORK: The work to be performed under this Specification shall include all labor, materials, equipment,plant and services as are necessary for the excavating and backfilling of all pipeline trenches. Any modifications or additions to this Specification are set forth in the "Special Construction Provisions". The work shall include the excavation of whatever substances are encountered to the depths required to achieve a minimum of 8 feet of cover over the proposed pipeline measured vertically to the final grade or as modified in the field by the Engineer and installation of compacted bedding, backfrll and surface restoration as described herein. Wherever in this Specification a Standard is quoted or used, such as, but not limited to, ASTM, AWWA and ACI, this shall be interpreted to be the latest revision of that Standard. 2. GENERAL REO IREMENTS: Except as shown otherwise on the Drawings,all excavation shall be made by open cut. Permission may be granted to tunnel under driveways, crosswalks,curbing, walkways and utility installations, but such tunnels shall not exceed 10 feet in length. The length of trench permitted to be open at any one time may be limited when, in the opinion of the Engineer, such limitation is necessary for protection of the work or the convenience of the • public. When excavations are through lawns, cultivated fields, pastureland, or areas having grass cover, the Contractor must stockpile separately all topsoil, which shall be replaced on top of the backfilling in the trench. All surfaces that have grass shall be reseeded by the Contractor. All lawns and other grass-covered areas, not excavated, on which excavated material is placed, shall be protected from damage by placing burlap over the grass. Where indicated on the Drawings or required herein, removed grass shall be replaced with sod. It is the general intent that the Contractor leave the work area in a similar and equal condition as it was preceding the Contract work. The Contractor must conform to the amended Rules and Regulations of Construction Standards for Excavations, CFR 29, part 1926, subpart P of Title 29, including Appendices of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Labor, including revisions thereto. The Contractor will be solely responsible for safety conditions on the job site and in the trenches. The Engineer's inspection will be limited to only quality of construction and suitability in service issues. 3. SITE PREPARATION: Fences, walls, curbs, sidewalks, or structures shown on the Drawings to be removed, or if not so shown on the Drawings and authorized in writing by the Engineer to be removed, shall be so removed and shall later be replaced in a manner acceptable to the Engineer. All materials removed and not reused shall be hauled from the site and disposed of by the Contractor, at his expense. • 66-160.062:112M • 4. PROTECTION OF EXISTING FACILITIES: SA-2 a. General. Existing power lines, telephone lines, 6-inch and greater diameter trees, six feet or more from the pipe centerline, shrubbery, fences, water mains, gas mains, sewers, cables,conduits,ditches,embankments and other structures in the vicinity of the work not authorized to be removed, shall be supported and protected from injury by the Contractor during the construction and until completion of the work affecting them. The Contractor shall be liable for all damages done to such existing facilities and structures, as herein provided and he shall save the Owner from any liability or expense for injuries, damages, or repairs to such facilities. b. Underground Facilities. The type, size, location and number of all known underground facilities have been shown on the Drawings; however, no guarantee is made as to the true type, size, location, or number of such facilities. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to verify the existence and location of all underground utilities along the route of the work. The omission from, or the inclusion of, utility locations on the Drawings is not to be considered as the nonexistence of,or a definite location of,existing underground utilities. The Contractor shall notify the owner or owners of the existing utilities, whether aboveground or underground, 48 hours prior to proceeding with trench excavation whenever such trenching operations are within ten feet of the possible location of any • existing utility. The notification shall also include a request for field staking any such underground facility that may be in the area of influence by the construction. Should any such utility be damaged in the trenching operations, the Contractor shall immediately notify the owner of such utility and,unless authorized in writing by the owner of utility, the Contractor shall not attempt to make repairs except to prevent further damage to property. Duplicate copies of any written authorization given to the Contractor to make repairs shall be filed with the Engineer and shall be so worded as to save the Owner from any responsibility whatsoever relative to the sufficiency of the repairs. If a conflict that is not shown on the Drawings develops between an existing utility and the work required by this Contract, the Contractor shall notify the owner of the utility and the Engineer immediately in writing. Such conflict may be considered, by the Engineer, to be a change in the work. The Contractor may request a change in the Contract amount for such change in the work, subject to the General Conditions. If during construction any underground utility conduit,including sewers,water mains,gas mains and drainage structures, or any aboveground utility facilities are required to be relocated, the Contractor shall notify the utility owner well in advance of his approach to such utility so that arrangements with the owner or owners of the affected utility can be completed without delay to the work. • 65-150.062:112999 • SA-3 Except as otherwise provided in the Proposal, the cost of relocating both underground and aboveground utilities, exclusive of house water and sewer service connections, will be borne by the Owner. 5. SUBSURFACE INFORMATION: Except as may be shown on the Drawings or set forth in the "Special Construction Provisions", no additional subsurface exploration has been made along the pipeline alignment as a part of this project. 6. CLASSIFIED EXCAVATION: Excavation will be classified as "Earth" or "Rock". The cost for all "Earth" excavation is to be included in the installed pipe unit price,as provided in the Proposal. "Rock" excavation will be paid for separately, over and above the cost of earth excavation, when rock removal conforms to the stipulations included herein. Excavation shall be categorized for payment purposes according to the following criteria: a. Earth Excavation shall include all material not having properties required for classifications as rock excavations; shall include all loose, broken, and/or laminated rock or stones and boulders which can be reasonably broken, plowed, and removed with skillfully operated,power-driven excavating equipment and having comparable capabilities of a normal excavating machine. Unless otherwise stipulated, a "normal excavating machine" shall be assumed to be a 3A-yard capacity hydraulic backhoe, or equivalent. • Soft sandstone or similar material which can be reasonably broken and removed by a backhoe or trencher will not be classified or paid for as "Rock" excavation. b. Rock Excavation shall include all solid rock masses which cannot be reasonably broken, plowed and removed with power-driven equipment specified above in"Earth Excavation" and boulders or stones which, because of size or position in the trench, require blasting for removal. Payment for blasted rock excavation shall only be made for volumes within trench limits specified below; except that payment for any one blasting operation, which is successful in the opinion of the Engineer, shall be for not less than one cubic yard. For payment purposes, the maximum authorized trench width shall not exceed the trench width given in the table in Paragraph 7 and the depth shall be 4 inches beneath the established elevation of the pipe invert. For blasting operations, suitable weighted coverings shall be provided to confine all materials lifted by the blasting to within the limits of the trench or other excavation. The Contractor shall comply with all laws, ordinances and applicable safety code requirements and regulations relative to the handling, storage and use of explosives and the protection of life and property and he shall be responsible for all damage thereto caused by his blasting operations. As rock excavation is encountered, the Inspector and the Contractor must agree that such material to be excavated is rock. At the end of each day's work, the Inspector, upon • 65-150.062:1129" • SA-4 request, will calculate and inform the Contractor of the amount of rock excavated for payment purposes. If the Contractor does not agree to the Inspector's quantities, he shall notify the Engineer and Owner within one day's time. 7. TRENCH WIDTH: The minimum clear trench width measured at the top of the pipe barrel shall be not less than the outside pipe diameter, plus 16 inches. For all pipe, the maximum clear trench width measured at a point 12 inches above the top of the pipe barrel shall be not greater than the trench width shown on the following table. MAXIMUM TRENCH WIDTH TABLE Pipe Diameter Maximum Pipe Diameter Maximum Inches Trench Inches Inches Trench Inches 4 24 24 48 6 26 27 52 8 28 30 56 10 30 33 60 12 33 36 68 • 14 35 15 36 39 72 16 37 18 40 42 75 20 42 21 44 48 82 If the above-stated maximum trench widths are exceeded,either through accident or otherwise,and if the Engineer determines that the combined dead and live loads will exceed the design loadings on the pipe, the Contractor shall either cradle the pipe in concrete, or use a pipe of a stronger class, as required by the Engineer. The cost of such remedial measures shall be entirely at the Contractor's expense. 8. TRENCH WALLS: For payment quantities, all the trench sidewalls shall be considered to be vertical from the bottom to the top of the excavation. Any rock excavation, trench stabilization or backfill material required will be measured and paid for on the basis of trench width set forth in the table in Subsection 7, "Trench Width", for the size of pipe being installed. No backfill outside of the specified maximum trench widths will be measured for payment. The Contractor may slope or bench the trench sidewalls when necessary due to soils conditions to maintain a safe trench condition and conform to OSHA requirements. Such sloping or benching shall terminate at a depth not lower than one foot above the top of the pipe barrel, and from that point down, the trench wall shall be vertical. The trenching operation, including the spoil bank and sloping of the trench sidewalls shall be confined to the width of the permanent and temporary is65-130.062:112999 • SA-5 rights-of-way, if any. The Contractor shall provide a design for sloping or benching by a registered professional engineer for trenches over 20 feet in depth. A clear area shall be maintained a sufficient distance back from the top edge of the excavation to avoid overloading which may cause slides or caving of the trench walls. The excavated material shall be kept trimmed in such a manner as to be of as little inconvenience as possible to the public and adjoining property owners. Unless otherwise authorized by the Engineer, all public thoroughfares and crossroads shall be kept open to traffic. When authorized by the Engineer at street crossings, sidewalks and other points considered necessary, the trenches shall be bridged in a safe manner so as to prevent serious interruption of travel and to provide access to fire hydrants and public and private premises. 9. TRENCH DEPTH: The trenches shall be excavated to such depths that the pipeline can be laid at the elevation of the grade lines shown on the Drawings, or at depths or covers specified on the Drawings or as specified in the pipeline installation specification. a. Ductile iron and reinforced concrete pipe (ASTM C 76 and C 361). Unless required otherwise on Trench Detail drawing, the trench shall be excavated to the depth required to install the pipe barrel on firm,undisturbed soil. With the approval of the Engineer, the Contractor may over excavate the trench by a depth of 4 inches and the trench bottom brought to the pipe invert with granular bedding material. • b. All pipe materials. The pipe trench shall be excavated to at least a depth of 4 inches below the bottom of the pipe, backfilled with the specified granular bedding material and compacted to the requirements of Paragraph 16. 10. EXISTING ASPHALT PAVEMENT: The excavation in streets with asphalt paving must be confined to a minimum width as required to maintain a safe trench condition. The pavement shall be cut vertical and on a straight line. Regardless of the amount of pavement damaged or removed during installation of the pipelines, the maximum width of pavement replacement that will be paid for will be up to 36 inches on either side of the pipe centerline and a maximum total width of 72 inches if pavement is excavated on both sides of the pipe centerline and shall include all base course, cleaning, prime coat, tack coats and asphalt pavement. Replacement of asphalt shall be in accordance with Paragraph 17. 11. EXISTING ROAD GRAVEL SURFACING: The gravel surfacing that is removed, disturbed, and/or contaminated during trench excavation shall be replaced to not less than 6 inches compacted depth. Replacement of road gravel surfacing shall be in accordance with Paragraph 17. 12. TRENCH PREPARATION: The trench shall be excavated only so far in advance of pipe laying as permitted by the Engineer. The trench wall shall be so braced that the workmen may work safely and efficiently. All trenches shall be drained so that pipe laying may take place in unwatered conditions. Trench preparation shall also conform to the details shown on the Drawings. 65-150.062:112999 • SA-6 Trenches above a point 12 inches above the top of the pipe shall be of such extra width, when required, as will permit the convenient placing of timber supports, sheeting and bracing, and the handling of special units as necessary. Bell holes in the trench bottom shall be provided at each joint to permit the jointing to be made properly and to prevent the pipe from bearing on the bells. After excavation, the trench bottom shall be uniformly graded and hand-shaped so that the pipe barrel (exclusive of the joint)will have uniform and continuous bearing on firm thoroughly com- pacted bedding throughout the length of the nine. The trench grade shall permit the pipe spigot to be accurately centered in the preceding-laid pipe joint, without lifting the pipe above the grade and without exceeding the permissible joint deflection. If it is necessary to raise the pipe sub rg ade. approved compacted granular bedding material shall be used at the Contractor's cost. If unstable foundation is encountered, the Contractor shall excavate the unstable material and backfill the overexcavation with l 1h-inch uniformly-graded,crushed rock concrete aggregate. The overexcavation for unstable bedding and supplying and installing of crushed rock concrete aggregate will be paid for as set forth in Paragraph 16 and in the Proposal. 13. SHORING: As needed, all trench sidewalls shall be properly sheeted and braced to meet Federal, State and local laws in regard to safe working conditions. The shoring shall be arranged so as not to place any stress on portions of the completed work until the general construction thereof has • proceeded far enough to provide ample strength. Any damage to pipes or structures resulting from settlements, heaving, water or earth pressures, slides, caving, or other causes, due to lack of shoring, sheeting, or bracing, or due to failure of shoring, or due to improper shoring, or due to any other negligence on the part of the Contractor, shall be repaired by the Contractor at his own expense. Shoring shall be removed as the work progresses, unless left in place by written order of the Engineer. The Contractor will be paid for shoring so ordered left in place on the basis of invoice material cost only. If the Engineer is of the opinion that at any point the trench walls are not properly supported to protect the work,he may order the placement of additional supports by, and at the expense of, the Contractor. Compliance with such order shall not relieve or release the Contractor from his responsibilities for the safety of the work. 14. BLASTING: In general,excavation blasting will be permitted for portions of the work which may be expedited thereby and for which a permit is granted by the municipal authority having jurisdiction. The governmental authority having jurisdiction shall have the right to limit the use of explosives or to order the discontinuance of any blasting methods which, in their opinion, may endanger any part of any public or private property, the safety of inhabitants of the area or the traveling public. • 65-150.062:112999 • SA-7 The Contractor shall enlist the services of an experienced explosives engineer for advice on blasting methods and protection of existing structures and facilities. Blasting shall be performed in such manner that no damage will result to any building, structure, pipeline, utilities, or facility on or off the site of the work, or above or below ground. Any damage suffered as a result of blasting shall be repaired to the satisfaction of the Engineer, at the Contractor's expense. Blasting shall be done in such manner that the rock is not loosened or disturbed below the pipe foundation. Unless authorized by the Engineer, blasting in a trench shall not be done until the trench walls have been shored or braced in a manner satisfactory to the Engineer. 15. REMOVAL OF WATER: The Contractor shall provide and maintain at all times ample means and devices with which to remove promptly and to properly dispose of all water entering the trench excavation. Water shall be disposed of in a suitable manner without damage to adjacent property or without being a menace to public health and convenience. No water shall be drained into work built or under construction without prior consent of the Engineer. • Dewatering shall be accomplished by well points,Bumping,or any other acceptable method which will insure an unwatered trench to a sufficient depth below trench bottom, so that the contractor's operations will not disturb the trench bottom. Any dewatering method shall be subject to review by the Engineer. Dewatering by overexcavation and installation of crushed rock shall not be paid as rock used for trench stabilization. 16. BEDDING AND BACKFILLING: a. Trench Zones. For the purposes of this Specification, the terms "Bedding Zone", "Pipe Zone" and "Backfill Zone" shall refer to the trench zones identified on the Pipe Trench Details shown on the Drawings. (1) Bedding zone. The Bedding Zone shall consist of all material placed below the pipe invert or,when permitted,the native materials graded and prepared for direct placement of the pipe. (2) Pine zone. The Pipe Zone shall consist of all material placed above the pipe invert to an elevation shown on the details. (3) Backfill zone. The Backfll Zone shall consist of all material above the Pipe Zone. • 65•150.062:122M •• SA-8 b. Material. All bedding and backfill material shall have the approval of the Engineer and shall be included in the unit price for the pipe unless otherwise specified and indicated in the Proposal. All bedding and backfill material shall be free of frozen material, organic material and debris. The materials to be used in each trench zone are described below. All materials may be subject to gradation tests and compaction tests prior to approval of the use of that material. The test results shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval and verified as to their accuracy. The cost of these tests shall be borne by the Contractor. (1) Roadbase bedding material or radbase backfill. This material shall be Class 6 aggregate base course as specified by the State of Colorado Department of Highways; and shall meet the following gradation: Total Percent Sieve e Passing by Weight 3A-inch 100 N9 30 - 65 NQ 8 20 - 55 NQ 200 3 - 12 (2) Trench stabilization material. This material shall be crushed rock, concrete aggregate and shall meet the requirements listed in Paragraph 12, "Trench • Preparation." (3) Backfill material. Backfill material shall consist of suitable material from the excavated earth, meeting all the requirements of this Specification in "Backfill Installation' and 'Backfill Installation in Roads and Streets". No boulders over 6 inches in any dimension shall be allowed in the top 12 inches of the trench. All boulders shall be carefully placed so that no damage will be done to the pipeline. No backfill material shall have boulders larger than 24 inches in any dimension. Boulders larger than 8 inches in any dimension shall be carefully lowered into the trench until the backfill is 4 feet over the top of the pipe. C. Big and Backfill Installation: (1) General. Unless accurate results cannot be obtained,the compaction requirements shall conform to measurements of maximum dry density according to ASTM D698, Moisture-Density Relations of Soils(Standard Proctor). When the ASTM D698 test is not applicable,the percentage compaction requirements shall conform to ASTM D2049, Test for Relative Density of Cohesionless Soils. • 65-150.062:12"" • SA-9 When required by the Engineer, the Contractor shall excavate backfilled trenches for the purpose of performing compaction tests at locations and depths required by the Engineer. The Contractor shall be responsible for reinstalling and compacting the test excavations at no additional cost to the Owner. (2) Bedding zone installation. Bedding material shall consist of the material on which the pipe is placed in accordance with the Pipe Trench Details. Bedding material shall be placed to the required elevation of the pipe invert. Tamping equipment shall be used to thoroughly tamp the bedding material to a minimum of 95 percent maximum dry density or to 75 percent relative density. The moisture content of the material shall be within 2 percent of optimum. (3) pipe zone installation. After bedding material has been placed and approved and after the pipe has been installed and approved, the pipe zone backfill shall be installed to an elevation shown on the details on the drawings. The backfill material shall be as specified on the details and shall be placed and compacted in distinct, separate lifts not to exceed 6 inches of loose depth; except that the first loose lift shall not be higher than the pipe centerline (springline). Compaction shall meet the requirements of"Bedding Zone Installation", utilizing T-bars or mechanical tamping equipment. • (4) Backfill zone installation. Compaction shall be by mechanical tamping in 8-inch maximum loose lifts using mechanical tampers, or vibratory rollers. All other means must be approved in writing by the Engineer. All backfill shall be compacted to 95% of maximum laboratory dry density or 70 percent relative density. The material shall be within 2.0 percent of optimum moisture content. The Contractor may request approval of alternate means of compaction. Such request must be submitted to the Engineer in writing. Approval of the compaction method will be made by the Engineer only in writing. Use of specified or approved compaction methods does not relieve the Contractor from providing a completed project meeting the intent of this Specification. d. payment For Bedding And Backfill. The method of payment for bedding and backfill depends on the pipe material and the trench zone. When separate payment for bedding or backfill is permitted,payment will be based on a trench width not to exceed the maximum widths specified in Paragraph 7. Unless specifically excepted in this Paragraph, all costs for famishing, processing, installing and preparing all bedding and backfill shall be included in the unit price for pipelines. • us-iso.ax:lnow '• SA-10 (1) Trench stabilization material. When required due to unstable trench conditions and when authorized by the Engineer, separate payment will be made for this material as set forth in the Proposal. (2) Select backfill. When specified for installation and sufficient materials are not reasonably available from trench excavation for select backfill, the Owner will purchase acceptable material and the Contractor shall haul the material to the point of use. If the haul distance is greater than one-half mile, the hauling shall be paid for as extra work for the distance in excess of one-half mile. (3) Backftll. Unless otherwise listed in the Proposal, the cost to furnish, handle and install backfill shall be included in the unit price for installing pipe. e. Maintenance of Backfill. All backfill shall be maintained in a satisfactory condition and all places showing signs of settlement shall be filled and maintained during the life of the Contract and for a period of one year following the date of final acceptance of all work performed under the Contract. When the Contractor discovers or is notified by the Engineer or the Owner that any backfill is not in compliance with the provisions of this Contract, the Contractor shall correct such condition at once. Any utilities and road surfacing damaged by such settlement shall be repaired by the Contractor to the satisfaction of the Owner and Engineer. In addition, the Contractor shall be responsible • for the cost to the Owner of all claims for damages filed with the Court and actions brought against the said Owner for, and on account of, such damage. 17. SURFACE RESTORATION: a. General. Where pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalks, or other improved surfaces have been removed or damaged during the course of the work, such items shall be restored to a condition equal to that prior to removal, to the same elevation and alignment. The subgrade for all restored surfaces shall be thoroughly compacted by mechanical or hand tampers, weighing not less than 20 pounds, or vibratory rollers, or by other proposed means of compaction acceptable to the Engineer. Base course shall be added for bituminous pavement. Sod, defined as densely grassed turf, which is removed shall be replaced with sod of the same quality, or the sod removed may be put back if it has been properly stored and remains in a healthy condition. b. Street Improvements. Paving, curb and gutter, sidewalks or other street improvement removed or damaged during construction shall be replaced with the same type and dimensions of items removed or damaged and shall be equal to, and consistent with, the undisturbed portions of the improvements existing prior to the trench excavation. All concrete used in the restoration work shall be equal to the requirements of the Street or Highway Department having jurisdiction. After the backfill has been approved by the Engineer, base course shall be added and the paving shall be replaced using hot-mix • 66-130.062:122099 '• SA-11 asphaltic material approved by the Highway Department having jurisdiction. The thickness of the paving shall equal the depth of the existing paving, or the minimum permitted by Highway Department having jurisdiction if such is more than 3 inches thick. Preparation for paving shall include cutting the pavement with a vertical face 6 inches beyond the trench wall or limit of damaged pavement, cleaning, prime and tack coats. After placing the material, the pavement shall be compacted with a smooth roller. All methods shall meet the requirements of the Highway Department having jurisdiction. C. Road Gravel Surfacing. After the backfill has been approved by the Engineer, the gravel shall be placed to a 6-inch minimum thickness. The gravel shall be compacted by a vibratory roller to the elevation of the undisturbed surface. The gravel shall conform to the requirements of the Highway or Street Department having jurisdiction. The cost of re-graveling shall be included in the price bid for constructing the pipelines. 18. FINISH GRADING AND CLEANUP: The Contractor shall final grade the trench line to a smooth grade to effect a neat and workmanlike appearance of the trench line. Boulders which cannot be placed in the trench backfill shall be collected and hauled to a dump site selected by the Contractor, off the Owner's property, easements and rights-of-way. Excess excavated material, rubbish, and construction debris if any, shall be similarly hauled away to a dump site location, off the easements and rights-of-way for this project. Alternately, the • Contractor may haul this material to private property upon approval of the owner of that property and the Engineer. Roadway surfaces shall be repaired as required by the Specifications, the Drawings, and/or the "Special Construction Provisions." Finish grade shall match existing grade t 0.2 feet. All tools, equipment of the work, barricades and temporary structures shall be removed from the site by the Contractor. The construction site shall be left clean, to the satisfaction of the Engineer. All disturbed areas outside of proposed roadways shall be seeded in accordance with the requirements included in the Specification: Structural Excavation, Backfill and Sitework. • 66-150.062:122099 '• SA-9 C. Bedding and Backfill Installation: (1) General. Unless accurate results cannot be obtained,the compaction requirements shall conform to measurements of maximum dry density according to ASTM D698, Moisture-Density Relations of Soils(Standard Proctor). When the ASTM D698 test is not applicable,the percentage compaction requirements shall conform to ASTM D2049, Test for Relative Density of Cohesionless Soils. When required by the Engineer,the Contractor shall excavate backfilled trenches for the purpose of performing compaction tests at locations and depths required by the Engineer. The Contractor shall be responsible for reinstalling and compacting the test excavations at no additional cost to the Owner. (2) Bedding zone installation. Bedding material shall consist of the material on which the pipe is placed in accordance with the Pipe Trench Details. Bedding material shall be placed to the required elevation of the pipe invert. Tamping equipment shall be used to thoroughly tamp the bedding material to a minimum of 95 percent maximum dry density or to 75 percent relative density. The moisture content of the material shall be within 2 percent of optimum. (3) pipe zone installation. After bedding material has been placed and approved and • after the pipe has been installed and approved, the pipe zone backfill shall be installed to an elevation shown on the details on the drawings. The backfill material shall be as specified on the details and shall be placed and compacted in distinct, separate lifts not to exceed 6 inches of loose depth; except that the first loose lift shall not be higher than the pipe centerline (springline). Compaction shall meet the requirements of"Bedding Zone Installation", utilizing T-bars or mechanical tamping equipment. (4) Backfill zone installation. Compaction shall be by mechanical tamping in 8-inch maximum loose lifts using mechanical tampers, or vibratory rollers. All other means must be approved in writing by the Engineer. All backfill shall be compacted to 95% of maximum laboratory dry density or 70 percent relative density. The material shall be within 2.0 percent of optimum moisture content. The Contractor may request approval of alternate means of compaction. Such request must be submitted to the Engineer in writing. Approval of the compaction method will be made by the Engineer only in writing. Use of specified or approved compaction methods does not relieve the Contractor from providing a completed project meeting the intent of this Specification. d. Payment For Beddine And Backfill. The method of payment for bedding and backfill depends on the pipe material and the trench zone. When separate payment for bedding or • 65-150.062:112999 • SA-10 backfill is permitted, payment will be based on a trench width not to exceed the maximum widths specified in Paragraph 7. Unless specifically excepted in this Paragraph, all costs for furnishing, processing, installing and preparing all bedding and backfill shall be included in the unit price for pipelines. (1) Trench stabilization material. When required due to unstable trench conditions and when authorized by the Engineer, separate payment will be made for this material as set forth in the Proposal. (2) Select backfill. When specified for installation and sufficient materials are not reasonably available from trench excavation for select backfill, the Owner will purchase acceptable material and the Contractor shall haul the material to the point of use. If the haul distance is greater than one-half mile, the hauling shall be paid for as extra work for the distance in excess of one-half mile. (3) Backftll• Unless otherwise listed in the Proposal, the cost to furnish, handle and install backfill shall be included in the unit price for installing pipe. e. Maintenance of Backfill. All backfill shall be maintained in a satisfactory condition and • all places showing signs of settlement shall be filled and maintained during the life of the Contract and for a period of one year following the date of final acceptance of all work performed under the Contract. When the Contractor discovers or is notified by the Engineer or the Owner that any backfill is not in compliance with the provisions of this Contract, the Contractor shall correct such condition at once. Any utilities and road surfacing damaged by such settlement shall be repaired by the Contractor to the satisfaction of the Owner and Engineer. In addition, the Contractor shall be responsible for the cost to the Owner of all claims for damages filed with the Court and actions brought against the said Owner for, and on account of, such damage. 17. SURFACE RESTORATION: a. General. Where pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalks, or other improved surfaces have been removed or damaged during the course of the work, such items shall be restored to a condition equal to that prior to removal, to the same elevation and alignment. The subgrade for all restored surfaces shall be thoroughly compacted by mechanical or hand tampers, weighing not less than 20 pounds, or vibratory rollers, or by other proposed means of compaction acceptable to the Engineer. Base course shall be added for bituminous pavement. Sod, defined as densely grassed turf, which is removed shall be replaced with sod of the same quality, or the sod removed may be put back if it has been properly stored and remains in a healthy condition. • 65-150.062:112999 '• SA-11 b. Street Improvements. Paving, curb and gutter, sidewalks or other street improvement removed or damaged during construction shall be replaced with the same type and dimensions of items removed or damaged and shall be equal to, and consistent with, the undisturbed portions of the improvements existing prior to the trench excavation. All concrete used in the restoration work shall be equal to the requirements of the Street or Highway Department having jurisdiction. After the backfill has been approved by the Engineer, base course shall be added and the paving shall be replaced using hot-mix asphaltic material approved by the Highway Department having jurisdiction. The thickness of the paving shall equal the depth of the existing paving, or the minimum permitted by Highway Department having jurisdiction if such is more than 3 inches thick. Preparation for paving shall include cutting the pavement with a vertical face 6 inches beyond the trench wall or limit of damaged pavement, cleaning, prime and tack coats. After placing the material, the pavement shall be compacted with a smooth roller. All methods shall meet the requirements of the Highway Department having jurisdiction. C. Road Gravel Surfacing. After the backfill has been approved by the Engineer, the gravel shall be placed to a 6-inch minimum thickness. The gravel shall be compacted by a vibratory roller to the elevation of the undisturbed surface. The gravel shall conform to the requirements of the Highway or Street Department having jurisdiction. The cost of re-graveling shall be included in the price bid for constructing the pipelines. • 18. FINISH GRADING AND CLEANUP: The Contractor shall final grade the trench line to a smooth grade to effect a neat and workmanlike appearance of the trench line. Boulders which cannot be placed in the trench backfill shall be collected and hauled to a dump site selected by the Contractor, off the Owner's property, easements and rights-of-way. Excess excavated material, rubbish, and construction debris if any, shall be similarly hauled away to a dump site location, off the easements and rights-of-way for this project. Alternately, the Contractor may haul this material to private property upon approval of the owner of that property and the Engineer. Roadway surfaces shall be repaired as required by the Specifications, the Drawings, and/or the "Special Construction Provisions." Finish grade shall match existing grade t 0.2 feet. All tools, equipment of the work, barricades and temporary structures shall be removed from the site by the Contractor. The construction site shall be left clean,to the satisfaction of the Engineer. All disturbed areas outside of proposed roadways shall be seeded in accordance with the requirements included in the Specification: Structural Excavation, Backfill and Sitework. • 65-150.062:113999 • SPECIFICATION B MATERIALS FOR WATER PIPELINES 1. GENERAL: This Specification shall govern all pipeline and appurtenant materials used under this Contract. All materials shall be new and the best available. All material used shall be manufactured and supplied according to the latest revised standards of the American Water Works Association,the American National Standards Institute, and the American Society for Testing and Materials, or as mentioned hereinafter. Miscellaneous valves and fittings shall be as called out on the Drawings. 2. DUCTILE-IRONY PIPE FITTINGS AND APPURTENANCES: Unless revised on the Drawings or in the Special Construction Provisions the pipe shall be ductile-iron pipe, conforming to ANSI A21.51, AWWA C151, Class 52 thickness. The interior of each length of pipe shall have a cement-mortar lining, conforming to the requirements set forth in ANSI A21.4, of standard thickness. The exterior of the pipe shall be coated with standard bituminous coating approximately one mil thick. Unless otherwise specified the pipe joint shall be the "push-on" type, made in accordance with ANSI A21.11, and the gaskets shall be standard for buried water service and as provided by the pipe manufacturer. • The fittings shall be ductile-iron or cast-iron conforming to the requirements set forth in ANSI A21.10,AWWA C110 or AWWA C153. Cast-iron fittings 12-inch size and smaller shall be Class 250, and fittings larger than 12 inches shall be Class 150. The interior of the fittings shall be cement-mortar lined, as is required for the pipe with a 1 mil bituminous exterior coating. The fittings shall have mechanical joints in accordance with ANSI A21.11. The gaskets for the joints shall be suitable for potable water service. a. Thrust Restraint. Where designated on the Drawings or where existing conditions do not permit the use of concrete thrust blocks, fitting restraints shall be made with tie rods and pipe clamps or special fitting bolts. Tie rod restraint systems shall have a minimum of 2 bolts or rods per joint or clamp. Minimum tie bolt sizes are as follows: Pipe Size Bolt Diameter 4" - 8" 6811 10" - 14" 3A" 16" 1" 18" - 20" 1'A„ 24" 1'h„ The tie bolts shall be fabricated from "Cor-Ten" steel or equal according to the requirements of ASTM A242 with a minimum yield stress of 46,000 psi. Retainer clamps shall be equal to "socket clamp", Figure 595, as manufactured by ITT-Grinnell. • 65.150.062:112999 • Ss-2 b. Mechanical Joint Retainer Glands. Where designated on the Drawings, fitting restraints shall be made with mechanical joint retainer glands. Mechanical joint retainer glands used shall be cast from 60-40-12 ductile iron and shall have bolt circles, bolt holes, and dimensions which will permit the glands to be used with standard mechanical joint bells and standard length bolts, as per ANSI A21.11 and AWWA C111. All special tools recommended by the manufacturer shall be used during installation and shall be supplied to the Owner. Retainer glands shall be as manufactured by EBAA Iron, Inc., Series 100, or approved equal. C. Restrained Joint Pine. Restrained joint pipe shall be ductile iron manufactured in accordance with the requirements of ANSI/AWWA C151/A21.51. Push-on joints for such pipe shall be in accordance with ANSI/AWWA Cl l l/A21.11. Pipe shall be Griffin Snap- Lok or equal. Unless otherwise shown on the Drawings the pipe shall be Class 53 thickness minimum. Bolts for underground flanges shall be type 304 S.S. Restrained joint fittings shall be ductile iron in accordance with applicable requirements of ANSI/AWWA C110/A21.10 with the exception of the manufacturer's proprietary design dimensions. Push-on joints for such fittings shall be in accordance with ANSI/AWWA Cll l/A21.11. Fittings shall be provided by the pipe manufacturer. • Cement mortar lining for pipe and fittings shall be in accordance with ANSI/AWWA C104/A21.4. Bituminous outside coating shall be in accordance with ANSI/AWWA C1 10/A21.10 for fittings. Restrained push-on joint pipe and fittings shall be capable of being deflected after assembly. Any special assembly tools recommended by the manufacturer will be supplied to the Owner. d. Location Taoe. All pipeline installation shall include the installation of colored polyethylene tape with metalized core. 3. GATE VALVES AND BOXES: Where designated on the drawings, gate valves for buried pipelines two inches and larger shall be iron-body, bronze-mounted, double-disk, parallel-seat conforming to AWWA C500 for buried service, open CCW, non-rising stem, 2-inch operating nut, for a working pressure of 150 psi. The joints for valves connected to the ductile-iron or PVC pipe shall be mechanical joints in accordance with ANSI A21.11. All gaskets shall be for standard water service. The valve box shall be installed over each buried valve. The valve boxes shall be of ductile or cast iron, complete with cover, having the word "WATER" cast on the top. Boxes shall have 5'.d-inch shaft, with a minimum thickness of 'A-inch. Valve boxes shall be three-piece adjustable • 65-150.062:112999 '• SB-3 screw type, similar and equal to Tyler screw-type Series 6860 with NO 160 oval base. Two operating keys or wrenches shall be provided. Where valves are located over 8 feet in depth the valve box shall be a single piece of 6-inch diameter ductile-iron pipe. Provide valve operator extension rod for valves over 8 feet in depth. Lid shall be mounted in the bell or a special adapter piece on the plain end of the box. 4. FIRE HYDRANTS: The fire hydrants shall be the Kennedy "Guardian" Model with traffic flange having bronze fittings, bronze to bronze seating with O-rings, and other optional materials of bronze. Valve: 51A-inch Inlet: 6-inch with mechanical joint Trench Depth: 8 feet minimum cover Operating Nut: 1'h" Pentagon or as required by Fire Department Open: CCW Nozzles: 2 - 21h-inch, 1 -41h-inch pumper nozzle Threads: National Standard Working Pressure: 150 psi All nozzle caps shall have nut identical to operating nut. Hydrant shall be provided with indicating arrow for opening direction. • Two operating wrenches, two valve seat wrenches, one collision repair kit, and one set of tools required for repair of hydrant shall be provided for this Contract. 7. COUPLINGS: The pipe couplings shown on the Drawings to be used when connecting new pipes or pipes into existing buried pipelines with varying outside diameters shall be similar and equal to "Smith Blair" 441 cast-iron transition coupling for sizes up to 16 inches and "Smith Blair" 413 steel transition coupling for larger diameters. Couplings shall have an interior coating of an epoxy suitable for use with potable water. Exterior coating shall be equivalent to the attached new pipeline. Couplings for use with new pipe of the same outside diameter shall be "Smith Blair" 441 cast iron for 16-inch and smaller or steel for larger sizes. Coatings shall be the same as the transition couplings listed above. Coupling bolts shall be high strength, low alloy steel meeting the requirements of ASTM A325, Type 3. 8. AIR RELEASE/VACUUM VALVES: If required by the Drawings, the Contractor shall install combination air release/vacuum valves. The valves shall be contained within a precast concrete manhole section as detailed. Valves shall be "APCO" Model 55 for th-inch size, Heavy-Duty Model NO 143C for 1-inch size, NO 145C for 2-inch size, NO 147C for 3-inch size, and NO 149C for 4-inch size, combination air release valves as manufactured by Valve & Primer Corporation. • 65-150.062:112"9 •• sB-4 9. WATER SERVICES: Materials for water service connections shall be new and the best available. In the absence of detail information the requirements of AWWA C800 shall be followed. a. CCo poration Stops. All corporation stops for copper pipe shall be similar and equal to NO H-15000, threaded inlet, coupling outlet, as manufactured by Mueller Company. b. Conner Pipe. The copper pipe for all service connections shall conform to the requirements set forth in ASTM B-88, or its latest revision, and shall be Type K, soft, annealed. C. Polyethylene Pipe. When designated on the Drawings, polyethylene pipe shall be used for service pipelines. The pipe used shall conform to the requirements of AWWA C901 with a working pressure of 160 psi, pipe type PE2306, and a SDR of 9 O.D. base. The pipe shall be approved by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF). Connections shall be made with stainless steel clamps. d. Curb Valve and Box. The curb valve shall be equivalent to Mueller NO H-15204, inverted key stop, copper service thread connection, without drain. A Mueller NO H-15210 shall be used if a valve with drain is required. The curb stop valve box shall be similar and equal to Number 10310, as manufactured by Mueller Company, and shall be complete with Number 89981 lid and stationary rod, NO 82871 for curb stops l ah-inch size and • larger, the box shall have a 5'k-inch barrel. e. Service Saddles. On all asbestos-cement pipe and PVC pipe, each corporation stop shall be inserted in a double-strap bronze service saddle, similar and equal to "Smith Blair" NO 323. 10. LINE LOCATOR TAPE: Tape shall be installed 18-inches foot below grade over all water lines. The tape shall be colored polyethylene with a metalized core. • 6:-150.062:112"9 '• SPECIFICATION C INSTALLATION FOR WATER PIPELINES 1. GENERAL: This Specification shall govern installation and placing into service all buried pipeline facilities involved in this Contract. In the absence of specific wording to the contrary, the Contractor shall follow normal good construction practice in accordance with materials manufacturer's printed instructions. This specification includes the installation of several different pipeline materials. Refer to other specifications, the Drawings and the Proposal for the type of pipe included in this Contract. Pipelines shall be installed in trenches described in the Specifica- tion, Excavation and Backfill for Buried Pipelines. The depth of bury is shown on the Drawings or specified in the Special Construction Provisions. 2. HANDLING OF MATERIAL: Pipe, fittings, valves, hydrants, and all other accessories shall be loaded and unloaded by lifting with hoists or skidding so as to avoid shock or damage to them. Under no circumstances shall any materials be dropped. Pipe handled on skidways shall not be skidded or rolled against pipe already on the ground. Skidding which damages protective coatings will not be permitted. In distributing the material at the site of the work, each piece shall be unloaded opposite or near the place where it is to be laid in the trench to prevent moving more than once. • All pipe and fittings shall be so handled that the coating and lining will not be damaged. If, however, any part of the coating or lining is damaged, the repair shall be by the Contractor at his expense in a manner satisfactory to the Engineer. Any area damage beyond repair must be cut off and discarded. 3. INSTALLATION OF DUCTILE-IRON PIPELINES: Except as specified herein or unless specifically authorized by the Engineer, all installation of pipe shall conform to the recommendations contained in "A Guide for Installation of Ductile-Iron Pipe," published by the Ductile Iron Pipe Research Association. A copy shall be available at the job site. a. Piue Lavine. Pipe shall be laid with bell ends facing in the direction of laying, unless directed otherwise by the Engineer. Pipe shall be laid on the bedding with support over the full length of the pipe barrel. Pipe joint deflections shall not exceed the amount shown in the following table. • 65-150.62:112999 •• DUCTILE-IRON PIPE DEFLECTION SC-2 Approx. Radius of Curve Size of Bend in Deflection in One Produced by Succession -pipe One Joint 18-Foot Length of 18-Foot Joints 4" 40 15" 250' 6" 40 15" 250' 8" 40 15" 250' 10" 40 15" 250' 12" 40 15" 250' 14" 20 7.5" 510' 16" 2° 7.5" 510' 18" 2° 7.5" 510' 20" 2° 7.5" 510' 24" 20 7.5" 510' 30" 20 7.5" 510' 36" 20 7.5" 510' 42" 1Ih0 5" 690' 48" 11f2° 5" 690' The information in the columns referring to the deflection and the approximate radii shall • be adjusted for pipe lengths different than 18-foot lengths. To lay pipelines on curved alignment with shorter radius if called for on the Drawing,the Contractor will be required to use shorter pipe lengths. No increase in the proposal unit price shall be allowed for use of shorter pipe lengths. Double hubs may be used to lay pipelines on curved alignment. Vertical deflections shall not exceed any of the above values. When pipe laying is not in progress, the open ends of pipe shall be closed by a watertight plug or by other means approved by the Engineer. The cutting of pipe for inserting valves, fittings, or closure pieces shall be done in a neat and workmanlike manner without damage to the pipe or cement lining so as to leave a smooth end at right angles to the axis of the pipe. The flame cutting of pipe by means of an oxyacetylene torch will not be allowed. The pipe end shall be bevelled and free of sharp edges that could damage the gasket during installation. b. Jointing of Mechanical Joints. The last 8 inches of the pipe spigot and the inside of the bell of the mechanical joint shall be thoroughly cleaned to remove oil, grit, tar(other than standard coating), and other foreign matter from the joint, and then painted with a soap solution made by dissolving one-half cup of granulated soap in one gallon of water. The cast-iron gland shall then be slipped on the spigot end of the pipe with the lip extension of the gland toward the spigot end. The gasket shall be painted with the soap solution and placed on the spigot end of the pipe to be laid, with the thick edge toward the gland. • 65-150.62:112999 '• SC-3 The entire section of the pipe being laid shall be pushed forward to seat in the spigot end of the bell of the pipe in place. The gasket shall then be pressed into place within the bell, being careful to have the gasket evenly located around the entire joint. The cast-iron gland shall be moved along the pipe into position for bolting, all of the bolts inserted, and the nuts screwed up tightly with forgers. All nuts shall then be tightened with a suitable (preferably torque-limiting) wrench. The torque for various sizes of bolts shall be as follows: Range of Torque Size (Inches) ft. - lb, she 45 - 60 75 - 90 1 100 - 120 1'k 120 - 150 Nuts spaced 180 degrees apart shall be tightened alternately in order to produce an equal pressure on all parts of the gland. C. Jointing of Push-On Joints. In jointing the pipe, the exterior 4 inches of the pipe at the spigot end and the inside of the adjoining bell and particularly the groove for the gasket • shall be thoroughly cleaned to remove oil,grit,tar(other than standard coating), and other foreign matter. The proper gasket supplied with the pipe shall be placed in the bell as described by the pipe manufacturer so it will spring into its proper place inside the pipe bell. A thin film of the pipe manufacturer's joint lubricant shall be applied to the gasket over its entire exposed surface. The spigot end of the pipe shall then be wiped clean and inserted into the bell to contact the gasket. Then the pipe shall be forced all the way into the bell by crowbar, or by jack and choker slings. The location of the gasket shall be checked with a gauge or tool designed for that purpose to assure that the gasket is in the proper position. d. Installation of Special Restrained Joints. Restrained joint pipe and ductile-iron retainer glands shall be installed according to manufacturer's recommendations. Torque wrenches and any recommended special tools shall be used during installation. Any special tools shall be supplied to the Owner. 4. INSTALLATION IN CASING PIPE: Install water pipeline carrier pipe inside a casing pipe in accordance with details on the detail drawings. Dimension lumber used for skids shall be treated fir securely banded to the carrier pipe for 75 percent of the length. Apply contact cement between fir skid and pipe to prevent twisting. Skids shall be securely attached to the pipe with steel bands, a minimum of 3 per individual pipe length. Skids shall be positioned to allow a minimum of 1'k inches clearance between carrier pipe bell and casing pipe. Carrier pipe shall be jointed outside the casing and moved into place by placing a brace across the bell furthest from the casing and moving the pipe with a jack behind the brace or winch and cable • 65-150.62:113999 • SC-4 from the opposite end of the casing pipe. Pulling the pipe through the casing from the leading bell shall not be permitted. As each length of pipe enters into the casing, a new length shall be laid adjacent,jointed and moved into place in the same manner. The pipe bells shall not be permitted to contact the casing pipe. After the carrier pipe is entirely in place, the ends of the casing pipe shall be sealed with grout and the casing pipe voids filled with fine sand by use of air through nipples on the casing pipe. 5. INSTALLATION OF VALVES AND BOXES: Valves shall be installed where shown on the Drawings or as directed by the Engineer in the field and shall be set with the operator plumb. Valves shall have the interior cleaned of all foreign matter before installation. Stuffing boxes shall be tightened and the valves shall be operated to opened and closed positions to insure that all parts are in working condition before installation. Installation and jointing procedures shall be similar to the attached piping installation. Special piping shall be used when required because of conflict with butterfly valve discs. Unless otherwise noted, a valve box shall be provided for every valve. The box shall not transmit shock or stress to the valve or operator and shall be centered and plumbed over the operating nut of the valve, with the box cover flush with the surface of the finished grade or such other level as may be directed by the Engineer. The adjustable valve box shall permit at least 3 inches of adjustment either direction when in place. See detail sheet for k4 locate wire details. • 6. INSTALLATION OF FIRE HYDRANTS: Fire hydrants and auxiliary gate valves shall be installed at the locations shown on the Drawings or as directed by the Engineer in the field. The exact location will be determined by the Engineer in the field. Concrete thrust blocks shall be installed at the hydrant and at the line branch tee. The hydrant shall be set on a base as shown on the detail Drawings, and a gravel drain provided. Fire hydrants shall be set plumb at the finished grade line, unless otherwise instructed by the Engineer. No part of the fire hydrant assembly shall protrude over the edge of sidewalks. Unless in the opinion of the Engineer it is not practical to do so, the pumper nozzle (which shall be facing the street)shall be 12 inches behind the edge of the sidewalk. The hydrant shall be set with the traffic flange from 2-6 inches above finished grade. Each hydrant shall be operated to opened and closed positions prior to installation. Flow testing of the fire hydrants and new lines to be performed by the contractors with the fire department or other certified fire protection agency present to certify flows. 7. SEWER ENCASEMENTS: Whenever any sewer lines are crossed such that they are above or less than 18 inches below the water lines, the sewer line shall be An alternative to concrete encasement is use of an impervious and structurally sound pipe equal to Class 150 PVC (AWWA C900) extending the full length required with all joints with Adepier fittings or MH cut either end. Fenucos not allowed. • 65-150.62:112999 '• SC-5 S. EXTRA DEPTH EXCAVATION: In order to facilitate crossing under existing pipelines and other utilities, or as shown on the Drawings, the Contractor may be required by the Engineer to increase the depth of burial of new pipelines beyond design depth. No separate payment for extra depth will be made. JU feet max. 9. INSTALLATION OF THRUST RESTRAINT: The movement of fitting shall be restrained by use of concrete thrust blocks or steel clamp and tie bolt assemblies. The thrust blocks shall be poured between undisturbed solid ground and the fitting to be anchored;the area of bearing on the undisturbed trench wall shall be that shown on the thrust block detail or directed by the Engineer. The concrete shall be so placed that the pipe or fitting joints will be accessible for repair. Thrust blocks or other thrust restraint where thrust blocks cannot be used shall be required at all the fittings unless otherwise shown on the Drawings. A bond breaker shall be placed over the fitting before placing concrete. Thrust restraint clamps and tie bolts shall be assembled using clamps on each side of pipe bells with tie rods extending full pipe length for the dimensions shown on the detail drawings each direction from the restrained fitting. Clamp shall be installed tight enough to prevent twisting around the pipe. Two tie bolts per clamp with washer at clamp shall be located on side of pipe. Tighten tie bolt nut to "hand tight" with 12-inch wrench (approximately 50-100 foot - pounds torque). Threaded tie rod ends shall extend two full threads past nut in final position. • 10. FLUSHING.G TESTING, AND DISINFECTING: See City of Aspen Standards for testing and disinfection. As a normal procedure, new pipelines shall be flushed, tested and disinfected before connection to the existing system. When new pipelines are allowed to be connected to an existing pipeline the following sequence shall be followed: (1) Disinfection; (2) Flushing; (3) Bacteriological Test; (4) Leakage and Pressure Tests. Failure of any step shall require each item to be repeated until all are accepted. a. Pipeline Flushin¢. The Contractor shall flush the pipelines as the work progresses by a means in accordance with good practice to insure that sand,rocks or other foreign material are not left in any of the pipelines. If possible, the flushing shall be made through an open pipe end; otherwise, use of a fire hydrant may be acceptable, but only on approval of the Engineer. b. Pressure Test. After each section of pipeline has been laid and partially backfilled(except for the joints or when the Engineer directs the trench to be backfilled for reasons of public safety, or if the Contractor elects to backfill prior to testing, as permitted), the pipe shall be slowly filled with water and tested. All pipe shall be tested at a pressure of 175 psi at the lowest point in each section or a minimum of 50 psi above the lowest static pressure. Each street shall be tested separately, but outside transmission mains may be tested in convenient lengths. The duration of each pressure test shall be at least one continuous hour. All water used in testing the pipelines shall be taken from a potable water supply. Each section of pipeline being tested shall be slowly filled with water and all air removed. The specified test pressure shall be applied by means of a pump connected to the pipe in • 65-150.62:112999 .• SC-6 a manner satisfactory to the Engineer. The Contractor shall furnish all necessary labor, equipment, and connection corporation stops to the pipeline to perform the test. No testing shall be permitted against valves or fittings that are a part of the existing system unless specifically approved by the Engineer. All exposed pipes, fittings, valves, hydrants, and joints will be carefully examined during the test. Any cracked or defective pipe, fittings, valves or hydrants discovered during the pressure test shall be removed and replaced by the Contractor with sound material. The test shall be repeated until it is satisfactory to the Engineer. C. Leakage Test. A leakage test shall be conducted after the pressure test has been completed unless the pressure test indicates that there are no leaks. The Contractor shall furnish the pump, pipe, connections, meters, and all other necessary apparatus, and shall furnish all necessary assistance to conduct the test. The duration of each leakage test shall be two hours, and, during the test, the main shall be subjected to a hydrostatic pressure of 150 pounds per square inch. No pipeline installation will be acceptable until the leakage is less than the amount computed by the following formula: 1.) DIP, PVC L = Spy°_s • 133,200 L = Allowable leakage in gallons (per hour) S = Tested length of pipe (feet) D = Nominal diameter of pipe (inches) P = Average test pressure during the test (psi) Should any test of pipe laid disclose leakage greater than that specified above, the Contractor shall, at his own expense, locate and repair the points of leakage until the leakage is within the specified allowance. The pipe may be subjected to hydrostatic pressure, inspected,and tested for leakage at any convenient time after the trench has been partially backfilled, except at the joints, or backfilled as permitted by the Engineer. Where any section is provided with concrete thrust blocks, the pressure test shall not be made until at least two days have elapsed after the concrete was installed. The Engineer shall be notified at least 48 hours before the pipe is to be tested so that he may be present during the test. d. Disinfectine. All water piping installed under this Contract shall be disinfected in accordance with AWWA C651 after all construction work has been completed. Chlorine shall be added to the water at the necessary locations in the amount to form a 50 ppm free • 65-150.62:113999 •• SC-7 chlorine residual. The 50 PPM chlorine solution shall be left in the pipelines for not less than 24 hours, during which time all valves and fire hydrants shall be operated in order to disinfect the appurtenances. After that length of time, the chlorine residual of the solution at any place in the system shall not be less than 25 ppm. As required, the Contractor shall make all necessary taps for inserting the chlorine solution in the pipeline and venting and draining pipelines using approved corporation stops. After the disinfection has been completed and approved, the corporation stops shall be closed, left in place, and sealed with a cap. All chlorination work must be done under the supervision of the Engineer. At the end of 24 hours, a bacteriological test is to be performed by the local health authority to insure adequate disinfection. After approval of the disinfection operations, the Contractor shall flush the new system until the chlorine residual is 0.3 ppm and a bacteriological test made in accordance with Standard Methods. There shall be an absence of coliform organisms. Approved chlorine tests for 50, 25, and .03 PPM are required to obtain final approval of the line. 11. CONNECTIONS TO THE EXISTING SYSTEM: The existing system must at all times remain under the control of the Owner. The Contractor shall operate no valves or hydrants on the system without permission of the Owner. All points at which the existing water systems are to be disconnected and connected to the new • mains are shown on the Drawings. Connections to the existing system shall be completed after new pipeline, valves, thrust blocks and other appurtenances are installed and tested. Connections shall be done in accordance with the details given for each point of disconnection or reconnections. At each point of connecting new pipes to existing pipes, the Contractor shall expose the existing pipe and locate a good sound point at which to cut the existing pipe off square. He shall then provide and install a transition coupling which has been designed and manufactured explicitly for the purpose of joining together the two types and sizes of pipe which he must connect. The use of poured concrete collar connectors around two dissimilar sizes or types of pipes without the use of the proper transition couplings will not be permitted. All existing pipe, new pipe, valves, fittings and couplings that have not been included in disinfection procedures shall be disinfected during the connection. The interior of pipe, fittings and other appurtenances shall be swabbed or sprayed with a one percent solution of hypochlorite solution before the connection. The Contractor shall take precautions as necessary to minimize interruption of all utility services and will be responsible for restoration of service. Unless otherwise specified, at any time that a customer on the existing system will be deprived of a supply of water, the Contractor shall advise such customer at least 12 hours in advance when the supply will be discontinued and when the supply will again be available. • 65-150.62:112999 ,• SC-8 12. INSTALLATION OF WATER SERVICES: The water services shall be installed at locations and in accordance with the Drawings. All pipe shall be copper unless designated otherwise on the drawings. Curb valve boxes shall be set plumb, centered over the valve stem. Where required by the Drawings, the bricks supporting the curb box must be solid units set on undisturbed soil. Dielectric couplings shall be used between services of varying materials. Corporation stops on PVC and asbestos-cement pipe require the installation of a service saddle. Corporation stops larger than 1 inch on ductile-iron pipe require the installation of service saddle. Corporation stops shall be installed with the appropriate tapping machine in the presence of the Owner's representative, after the water pipeline has been tested, disinfected and approved. All bedding,pipe zone backfill,compaction,polyethylene sheathing and other details of the water pipeline construction shall be returned to original condition after service connections are completed. All service branches installed for future connection shall be marked at the property line with a 2- inch steel pipe 6 feet long buried 3 feet with concrete encasement. Paint exposed pipe blue. • • 65-150.62:112999 '• SPECIFICATION D MATERIALS FOR SEWER PIPELINES 1. SCOPE: This Specification covers all materials to be used in the construction of the sewer pipelines and appurtenances. Refer to Specification, Installation For Sewer Pipelines, for installation of these materials. 2. GENERAL: All materials shall be new and the best available. All material used shall be according to the mentioned standards of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), the American National Standards Institute(ANSI), and the American Society of Testing for Materials (ASTM) latest revisions unless referenced. Miscellaneous fittings shall be as called out on the Drawings. All pipe will be field inspected at the job site and checked for conformance to these specifications. Pipe and fittings will be checked for out-of-round or damaged joints, interior and exterior surface damage, gasket damage and the other requirements listed herein. Any pipeline or appurtenant material found defective will be rejected. Any material rejected at the job site shall be marked "Rejected", and the Contractor shall remove it immediately from the job site. The Contractor shall provide results of tests required by the various standard specifications listed herein. The Contractor will not be reimbursed for the pipe tested, the testing, or for the reports • submitted to the Engineer. The Contractor shall provide the Engineer with 2 copies of the standard specifications covering the manufacture and testing procedures of the pipelines and other materials. The submittal shall be made prior to delivery of the materials. 3. PIPELINE MATERIALS: a. General. The Contractor shall install the pipeline material according to the requirements below by pipeline size or as designated on the Drawings. The Contractor shall furnish pipeline materials meeting applicable requirements of this Specification. 1. Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe (PVC), 18 inch or less. The internal diameter of the pipe shall not be less than the diameter shown on the drawings. b. Polyyinvl Chloride Pine. The 4 to 15-inch diameter pipe shall be type PSM polyvinyl chloride pipe (PVC) and shall be suitable for gravity sewer service. The pipe material shall be made of PVC plastic having a cell classification of 12454-B, 12454-C, 13364-B, or 12364C(with a minimum tensile modules of 500,000 psi)as defined in ASTM D1784. All PVC pipe and fitting shall meet or exceed all of the material requirements of ASTM D3034 and thickness requirements of SDR-26 (4-inch to 15-inch diameter). • 63-150.062:112999 • SD-2 The 18-inch diameter pipe shall be polyvinyl chloride suitable for gravity sewer service with the PVC having a cell classification of 12454-C as defined by ASTM D1784. The pipe shall conform to the requirement of ASTM F679 (latest revision) with dimensions, pipe stiffness, and minimum wall thickness, T-1, designated in Table 1. Provisions must be made for contraction and expansion at each joint with a rubber ring and integral thickened bell as part of each joint. Gaskets shall conform to ASTM F477. Pipe shall be supplied in laying lengths of 191h to 20 feet. All pipe and fittings shall be assembled with a non-toxic lubricant. Each length of pipe and all fittings shall have marked on the exterior the following: 1. 4-inch to 15-inch a. Manufacturer's Name or Trademark b. Nominal Pipe Size C. PVC Cell Classification(e.g. 12454-13) d. Legend - Type PSM SDR-26 Sewer Pipe e. ASTM-D3034 2. 18-inch a. Manufacturer's Name or Trademark b. Nominal Pipe Size • C. PVC Cell Classification (e.g. 12454-C) d. Pipe Stiffness Classification: PS 46 PVC Sewer Pipe e. ASTM F679 All fittings to be used with the PVC pipe shall be those manufactured by the manufacturer of the pipe. Each special fitting shall be a completely manufactured unit with either bells or spigots on each connection that are an exact duplication of the bells and spigots on the pipeline. Fittings with any other type of connections will not be accepted. C. Polyyinyl Chloride Pipe (Cast-Iron OD). The pipe shall be either Class 150 or 200 polyvinyl chloride(PVC)pipe meeting the requirements of AWWA C900, for PVC pipe with cast-iron pipe equivalent O.D, as described for the application. The Class 150 shall have a SDR 18 and Class 200 a SDR 14. Provision shall be made for the contraction and expansion of each joint with an integral rubber ring and integral thickened bell as part of each joint. Pipe shall be supplied in laying lengths of 20 feet. All pipe and fittings shall be assembled with a non-toxic lubricant. Use Ductile Iron fittings for all bends. Each length of pipe and all fittings shall have marked on the exterior the following: Class and size Pressure rating Name and Trademark of Manufacturer • 65-130.062:112M '• SD-3 d. Ductile-Iron Pioe. Ductile-iron pipe (DIP) shall be Class 52 in accordance with ANSI A21.51 and shall have a forty mil nominal (0.040") lining of polyethylene. The lining shall be a blend of high-density polyethylene powders complying with ASTM D1248 compounded with an inert filler and carbon black. The pipe shall be preheated in a furnace to an adequate temperature to provide uniform fusing of the polyethylene powders and proper bonding to the ductile-iron pipe. 4. CONCRETE: Concrete for encasing the sewer pipeline,manhole bases,securing clean-out access castings, and other similar items shall have a 28-day compressive strength of not less than 3,000 psi. All reinforcement required shall be standard deformed reinforcement conforming to the requirements set forth in ASTM A615, Grade 60. 5. MANHOLES: Manholes shall be constructed of pre-cast concrete riser sections, in accordance with the details shown on the Drawings. The concrete sections shall conform to ASTM C478 and shall meet Colorado State Highway requirements. The top section required for change of diameter shall be eccentric cone or flat slab if permitted by the Engineer. To bring the manhole cover to the correct elevation, the adjustment section of each manhole shall be constructed pre-cast concrete grade adjustment rings. These rings shall be not less than 6 • inches wide and furnished in heights to allow for 1-inch adjustment. Total adjustment height,with grade rings or bricks, shall not exceed 8 inches. Joints between manhole sections shall be sealed by RUB'R-NEK, Kent Seal N2 2 or LO-MOD GEL Joint Material. Diameter of the gasket shall be as recommended by the manufacturer. Gaskets for connecting PVC pipe to manhole sections shall be specifically manufactured for that purpose. The gasket shall be provided by the pipe manufacturer. The manhole frame and cover shall be J-Mark Model J-1161 or approved equal. The manhole steps shall be Alcoa Aluminum N2 12653B or approved equal. When required on the drawings, the manhole frame and cover with gasket and bolts shall be equal to J-Mark J-1920. Stubs shall be provided at manholes when so shown on the Drawings. Such stubs shall be sealed with a removable plug. 6. MISCELLANEOUS: a. Plus. Plugs shall be specifically manufactured for the pipelines in which they are to be installed. The plug shall be constructed of a material approved by the Engineer and shall provide a permanent water-tight installation without permanently sealing the joint. • 65-150.062:1129" •• SD-4 b. Couplings. Couplings shall be used only where shown on the drawings or where approved in writing by the Engineer. The Contractor shall provide a description of and exact location of any couplings used. Couplings shall be solid pvc or DIP couplings or sleeves. Fernco type couplings are not allowed. C. Fittings. Fittings shall be of the same material and to the same requirements, including coatings and linings, as the pipeline in which they are installed. The fittings shall be standard manufactured form with the same type of joint as the pipe. d. Grout. Grout shall be a non-shrink type with aluminum filings; grouts with iron filings are not acceptable. Grout shall be "Five Star Grout," "Embeco Grout" or equal. The Contractor may substitute a 2-component, 100% solids epoxy resin(Sikadur Hi-Mod LV) for the specified grout. Grout used for sealing service connections shall be a 2-component, waterproof epoxy grout specifically manufactured for this application. The grout shall adhere to any of the dissimilar materials. e. Sealants. Sealants used on manholes or pipe connections shall be equal to SIKAFLEX-la, • a one component polyurethane base, elastomeric sealant. When required due to moisture or immersion,provide SIKAFLEX 429 primer for application onto the substrate according to manufacturer's recommendation. 7. SEWER SERVICE LINES: Sewer service lines, including joints and plugs, shall be constructed of AWWA C-900, Class 200 PVC pipe. Sewer service lines shall connect to the sewer main at either a tee or wye, unless specifically permitted by the Engineer, then the Contractor will be allowed to use saddles. Saddles shall be manufactured of the same materials as the sewer pipeline or of PVC. Saddles shall provide for a right-angle entry into the sewer main. The saddle shall be contoured to fit the sewer main pipe and shall be permanently attached thereto with stainless steel bands. Saddles shall be specifically constructed to connect the service line to the main line without modification of either. All service branches installed for future connection shall be marked at the property line with a 2- inch steel pipe, 6 feet long, buried 3 feet and encased with concrete. Paint exposed pipe orange. • 65.150.062:112999 '• SPECIFICATION E INSTALLATION FOR SEWER PIPELINES 1. GENERAL: This Specification shall govern installation and placing into service all sewer pipeline facilities involved in this Contract. In the absence of specific wording to the contrary, the Contractor shall follow normal good construction practice in accordance with materials manufacturer's printed instructions. 2. HANDLING OF MATERIAL: Pipe,fittings,manhole concrete rings,manhole frames and covers and accessories shall be loaded and unloaded by lifting with hoists or skidding so as to avoid shock or damage to them. Under no circumstances shall any materials be dropped. Pipe handled on skidways shall not be skidded or rolled against pipe and pipe fittings already on the ground. In distributing the material at the site of the work, each piece shall be unloaded opposite or near the place where it is to be laid in the trench. The Contractor is responsible for storage and protection of all pipe materials until incorporated into the work. Ductile-iron pipe and reinforced concrete pipe shall be so handled that the coating and/or lining will not be damaged. If any part of the coating or lining is damaged, the repair shall be made by the Contractor, at his expense, in a manner satisfactory to the Engineer. The Contractor shall use the same material to repair the coating or lining as the original product. The repair material shall • be supplied by the same supplier that supplied the pipe. Any area of ductile-iron or PVC pipe damaged beyond repair must be cut off and discarded. Any length of reinforced concrete, asbestos-cement or vitrified clay pipe with damage shall be discarded. 3. GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS: Each pipe length and fitting interior, interior surface of bells, and exterior surface of spigots shall be cleaned of all foreign material before placing it in the trench and shall be kept clean all times thereafter. Each item must also be examined for cracks and other defects before installation. Pipe shall be cut, only whenever necessary, to conform to location of manholes or connections. All cuts shall be straight, true, and at right angles to the axis of the pipe unless otherwise noted or directed by the Engineer. The cutting process shall leave a smooth end without damaging the pipe. All burrs shall be removed from the ends of cut pipe, and the end lightly rasped or filed. All tools used in cutting pipe shall be subject to the Engineer's approval. Pipe laying shall proceed upgrade with the spigot ends of pipe pointing in the direction of the flow, unless otherwise approved by the Engineer. Each pipe length shall be laid true to line and grade in such manner as to form a close concentric joint with the adjoining pipe and to prevent sudden offsets to the flow line. Pipe shall be laid in an unwatered trench and shall not be used for draining water from the trench. • 65-150.062:112999 '• SE-2 Whenever the pipe is left unattended or pipe laying is not in progress, temporary plugs shall be installed at all openings. Temporary plugs shall be watertight and of such design as to prevent debris and animals from entering the pipe. All temporary plugs shall be subject to approval of the Engineer. The Contractor shall obtain from each pipe manufacturer complete installation instructions. The Contractor shall provide the Engineer with 2 copies of those instructions and shall have additional copies at the site of the work. The Contractor shall install the materials in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. If there is a conflict between the Contract Documents and the manufacturer's instructions, the Contractor shall obtain resolution from the Engineer before proceeding with the work. 4. INSTALLATION OF PVC PLASTIC PIPE: a. pjpe Lavine. No deflection in the joints shall be allowed. All pipe shall be fully supported by the full length of pipe barrel without support by the bell mounding. When curved sewers are indicated on the drawings, the alignment curve shall be accomplished by installing the pipes on uniform curves by deflecting the pipe barrel. The minimum curves are shown below: Pipe Diameter Minimum Radius Offset 20' length • Inches Feet Inches 4 150 16 6 200 12 g 250 10 10 300 S 12 350 7 15 400 6 b. Jointing the Pine. The outside of the spigot and the inside of the bell shall be thoroughly wiped clean. Set the rubber ring in the bell with the marked edge facing toward the end of the bell. Lubricate the spigot end using a thin film of the manufacturer-supplied lubricant. Push the pipe spigot into the bell. Position the completed joint so that the mark on the pipe end is in line with the end of the bell. Bevel the end of the pipe with a beveling tool after the pipe is field cut. Place a clearly visible position mark at the correct distance from the end of the field-cut pipe. C. Connection of PVC Pioe to Concrete Manhole Base. The PVC pipe shall be encased in the concrete for the manhole base as detailed on the Drawings and special provisions shall be made for watertightness of the connection. • 65-150.062:112"9 • SE-3 The exterior circumference of the PVC pipe where encased in concrete for watertightness shall be uniformly roughened or scarified by sanding with coarse sandpaper or emery cloth for the encased length. Additionally, a gasket, as specified elsewhere, shall be stretched onto the PVC pipe to form a weep ring where encased in concrete. Any alternative to the above-specified methods for PVC pipe connection to concrete shall be submitted to the Engineer for his approval. 5. PROTECTION OF TREATED WATER PIPELINES: When the location of the treated water pipelines is not known and no specific protection is set forth on the Drawings or in the construction requirements, the Contractor shall be governed by the following instructions: a. When a sanitary sewer pipeline crosses an existing water pipeline, and the sewer is above or less than a clear distance of 18 inches below the water pipeline, the Contractor shall encase the sewer pipeline in a concrete encasement, constructed in accordance with the details set forth on the Drawings. The length of the encasement shall be such that the unencased sewer pipeline is not less than 10 feet horizontally on both sides of the water pipeline. • b. When a sanitary sewer pipeline is found to be less than 10 feet horizontally from a water pipeline which is parallel or converging to the sewer pipeline, and the sewer alignment cannot be moved to an approved new alignment at least 10 feet from the water pipeline, then the Contractor shall encase the sewer pipeline in a concrete encasement, constructed in accordance with the details set forth on the Drawings for the distance that the sewer pipeline is less than 10 feet from the water pipeline. 6. INSTALLATION OF MANHOLES: Manholes shall be constructed to conform to the details shown on the Drawings. The invert channels shall be smooth and semi-circular in shape, conforming to the inside of the incoming and outgoing sewer pipelines. Changes in direction of flow shall be made with a smooth curve of as large a radius as the size of the manhole will permit. Changes in size and grade of the channels shall be made gradually and evenly. Where differences in invert elevations exist, sloped flow channels shall be formed so the sewage does not undergo a vertical drop. The invert channels may be formed directly in the concrete of the manhole base. The floor of the manhole outside of the channel shall be smooth and shall slope toward the channels not less than 1 inch per foot nor more than 2 inches per foot. The manhole covers shall be set with their tops at the grade line, as set forth on the Drawings. When a manhole top is above the ground line, compacted backfril shall be placed around the exposed section as shown on the Drawings. Manhole tops without bolted, gasketed covers shall not be set at or below surrounding grade, except in paved roadways. The site shall be graded so that drainage is away from the manhole. • 65-150.062:112999 • SE-4 Outside each manhole where the pipe enters/exits, within 12 inches of the manhole base, the Contractor shall install a bell section of pipe or a certified and approved coupling as indicated on the Drawings. Each section of the precast manhole barrel shall have at least one continuous gasket placed in the tongue or groove ledge before the barrel immediately above is lowered into place. 7. GROUTING: Any opening between manhole walls and pipe made by the Contractor, or as designated elsewhere,shall be closed watertight with grout. The opening shall be of sufficient size to accommodate the pipe, "O"-rings, and grout. The grout shall extend no less than the full width of the manhole barrel. Channels that have been cut into existing concrete bases shall be smoothed to the specified contour with grout. g. FLUSHING AND TESTING SEWER PIPELINES: a. pipeline Flushing. The Contractor shall flush the pipelines, as the work progresses, by means that are in accordance with good practice,to insure that earth, sand, rocks or other foreign materials are removed from the interior of the pipeline. • b. Alignment and Grade. Sewer pipelines will be checked by the Engineer to determine whether any displacement of the pipe has occurred after the trench has been bedded to an elevation 6 inches above the pipe and tamped as specified. The test will be as follows: A light will be flashed between manholes, or if the manholes have not as yet been constructed, between the locations of the manholes, by means of a flashlight or by reflecting sunlight with a mirror. If the illuminated interior of the pipeline shows poor alignment, displaced pipe, earth,or other debris in the pipe, or any other kinds of defects, the defects, determined by the Engineer, shall be remedied by the Contractor at his own expense. The test will be repeated following completion of backfilling and any poor alignment,displaced pipe,or other defects,determined by the Engineer,shall be corrected at the Contractor's expense. Curved sewers shall be cleaned with a heavy rubber ball after the pipe has been laid and the backfill has been placed. The rubber ball shall be similar and equal to a "Mac Wane Ball," as manufactured by the Sidu Company, Long Beach, California. The ball shall be inflated and the outside diameter shall be the same as the inside diameter of the sewer pipe. The ball shall be placed at the upper manhole of the sewer reach to be cleaned. A head of water shall be placed against the ball to force the ball through the sewer, and debris flushed from the line shall be collected at the lower manhole, or its location. The ball shall be secured by a line to control the rate at which the ball is allowed to pass through the sewer. C. Leakage. Tests for watertightness shall be made by the Contractor in the presence of the • Engineer. The Contractor shall provide assistance to the Engineer in development of a 65-160.062:112999 • SE-5 detailed record of the testing program. The sewer and connections shall not leak in excess of the following rate for a 24-hour test period: MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE SEWER LEAKAGE Pipe Size Leakage Inches Gal/Foot/24 Hours 36 1.36 30 1.14 27 1.02 24 0.91 21 0.80 18 0.68 15 0.57 12 0.45 10 0.38 8 0.30 6 0.23 Each reach of pipeline between manholes shall be tested individually. Any individual • reach that leaks in excess of the amount allowed in the previous paragraph shall be considered as failing, and shall be repaired and retested. At the discretion of the Engineer, the time for leakage rate test may be shortened to four (4) hours. The tests and measurement of infiltration or exfiltration shall be conducted in a manner as approved by the Engineer. The Contractor shall repair the sewer in a manner that is satisfactory to the Engineer and re-test until satisfactory tightness is obtained. Air tests for sewer lines may be substituted for leakage tests at the option of the Contractor. The air tests will be conducted in the presence of the engineer, or his authorized representative, in accordance with the guidelines and standards set by Uni-Bell Plastic Pipe Association. The Contractor will use equipment specifically designed for air testing sewers. The air test shall be made when the sewer is clean and lateral services properly plugged. The line shall be plugged at each manhole with pneumatic balls and low pressure air may be introduced through either end. The air shall fill the plugged line until the internal pressure is 3.5 psig greater than the average back pressure of any groundwater pressure that may submerge the pipe. (This pressure to be determined in the field by the Engineer, but not to exceed 9.0 psig). At least two (2) minutes shall be allowed for the air temperature to stabilize, then the internal pressure shall be allowed to drop to the test pressure. At this point the internal line pressure is monitored. The line pressure shall not drop more than • 0.5 psig in less time than specified in the table or the pipe fails the test and shall be 65-i5o.W2:1129W '• SE-6 repaired and retested. The Contractor is responsible for locating the leaks, repairing them, and re-testing the line. Air Test— Minimum Time Pressure Loss Pipe Diam. Minimum Time Length Pipe Time Longer for jjpZ (Min.:Sec) (Ft.) Length (Sec.) 8 3:47 298 .760 L 10 4:43 239 1.187 L 12 5:40 199 1.709 L 15 7:05 159 2.671 L 18 8:30 133 3.846 L 21 9:55 114 5.235 L 24 11:20 99 6.837 L d. Deflectio . All PVC sewer pipelines shall be tested for vertical deflection after placement and compaction of backfill unless testing is specifically excepted by the Engineer. Method of testing shall be by deflectometer of the rigid GO/No-GO type device. An alternative • method will be permitted only by written permission of the Engineer or as defined in the Special Construction Provisions of these Specifications. Maximum allowable deflection shall be five (5) per cent of the pipe diameter. Any and all pipe with vertical deflection greater than the allowable shall be excavated, removed from the pipeline, replaced, backfilled and compacted as specified, and retested at the Contractor's expense. 9. VIDEO CAMERA INSPECTION: After sewers are installed,flushed and tested and are accepted, the Contractor shall provide a video review and tape recording of the complete collection sewer system. All equipment required for work in this Specification shall be in good repair with no defects adversely affecting the rate of progress, or the quality of the monitor's picture, or the quality of the video tape recording. The television camera and lighting system shall be specifically designed and constructed for pipeline inspection. The camera shall be mounted on adjustable skids to keep it centered in the pipe and shall have a minimum of 600 lines of resolution. The view seen by the television camera shall be transmitted to a monitor located inside a mobile TV studio. The monitor shall be capable of receiving the same number of lines or more of resolution as the camera transmits. The minimum size screen on the monitor shall be 17 inches. Measurement for location of defects or service wyes shall be from center line of the manhole at ground level by means of a metering device so that the point of observation will be known at all times. Measurement devices which require an interpolation for depth of manhole will not be allowed. • 65-150.061:112999 • SE-7 Measurement meters shall be accurate to plus or minus 0.2 feet over the length of sewer line being inspected. Accuracy of the measurement device shall be verified daily. The measurement meter shall have a zero reset and shall add and subtract. The measurement meter shall be located so as to be easily read on video tape recordings. Video tape recordings shall be made on 'k-inch wide tape at 7.5 inches per second by a video tape recorder which shall be equal to that which has been standardized by the electronics industry. During the course of the inspection, the Engineer shall indicate the specific views which are to be video taped. 10. TESTING MANHOLES: During the construction of the manholes, the Contractor shall, in accordance with good practice, insure that no earth, sand, rocks or other foreign material exists on the joint surfaces during assembly of the sections. The Engineer shall check each manhole to determine whether the manhole fulfills the requirements of the Drawings and Specifications. a. Visual Examination. The Engineer shall visually check each manhole, both exterior and interior, for flaws, cracks, holes, or other inadequacies which might affect the operation or watertight integrity of the manhole. Should any inadequacies be found, the Contractor, at his own expense, shall make any repairs deemed necessary by the Engineer. b. Leakage Test. All manholes shall be tested for leakage and all tests shall be witnessed by • the Engineer. The leakage test shall be conducted prior to backfilling around the manhole and shall be carried out in the following manner: (1) All lines leading into or out of the manhole shall be tightly plugged. (2) The manhole shall be filled with water to a level at least 2 inches above the uppermost step. The water shall be allowed to stand for two hours to allow for normal water absorption into the manhole material. At the end of the two-hour stabilization period, if the water level in the manhole has dropped below the top step, additional water will be added to bring the level above the step as before. Any visible external leakage or drop in water level noted within the one-hour test period shall constitute failure, and the Contractor, at his own expense, shall repair the manhole and re-test until satisfactory watertightness is obtained. C. Vacuum testing:Vacuum testing if approved by the engineer shall be a minimum of 5inches of mercury for 5 minutes. An drop of 1 inches of mercury over the 5 minutes is allowed. 11. MISCELLANEOUS: a. Sealants. Manufacturer's instructions, including curing time requirements, shall be strictly adhered to. Sealants and primers shall be delivered to the job site in new, manufacturer-sealed containers. After a container seal has been broken, the contents shall be used within the time frame specified by the manufacturer; the Contractor will not be allowed to reseal the container and use the contents at some later time. • 65-150.062:112999 .• SE-8 Sealants shall be applied to sound, dry surfaces which have been thoroughly cleaned. Concrete surfaces shall be free from form release agents, curing compound and other surface treatments. Metals and glass shall be washed with an oil-free solvent. b. Flexible Couplings. Flexible couplings shall not be used to bridge gaps larger than'/a-inch between pipe ends. Pipe ends shall be inserted into the coupling such that a 1/e-inch gap retrains at the center of the shear ring. 12. SEWER SERVICE PIPELINES: When new sewer service pipelines or reconnection of existing services are to be installed as a portion of the Contract, these pipelines are to be installed in accordance with the details set forth on the Drawings and with appropriate installation requirements of this Specification. The general location of the service lines is shown on the Drawings. Actual locations of these pipelines are to be determined in the field by the Engineer prior to main pipeline construction. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to notify the Engineer prior to constructing each main pipeline so that the Engineer may have adequate time to determine the final location of each service tee or wye fitting to be installed in the main pipeline. Failure of the Contractor to properly notify the Engineer as noted above will result in the Contractor's removal of any portion of the main pipeline which is necessary to install the fittings in their proper location as determined by the Engineer. • The Contractor will be allowed to tap and install a service saddle to new sewer pipelines only at those locations approved in writing by the Engineer. Connections onto reinforced concrete, ductile-iron, and PVC pipelines shall be made only by boring or drilling with equipment designed for this purpose. Connections shall not be made by impact equipment. The Contractor shall request, in writing, Engineer approval of methods and equipment he proposes to use for connections. The Contractor shall remove from the pipeline all debris created by making connections before the service line is connected. Service line saddle connections shall be attached to the main line with an epoxy bonding agent. The bonding agent shall be applied to a clean, dry surface. The connection shall remain dry until the bonding material has set, depending upon environmental conditions. Backfill around the connection shall not be attempted until the material has hardened and been accepted by the Engineer or Owner. The Contractor shall repair any damage to the main pipeline lining after the connecting PVC saddle has been bonded to the pipe. The lining shall be repaired with materials furnished by the manufacturer of the main pipeline. The Contractor shall connect new service pipelines to fitting or saddle with the same material as the existing. Flexible couplings shall be used only to connect dissimilar piping materials or reconnecting existing services. • 65.150.062:112999