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08-21-00 Town Council Packet t*AW GPm . SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION AUGUST 21, 2000 1:30 — 2:30 P.M TOWN COUNCIL PARCEL "N" SITE VISIT ..................................Meet in Town Council Chambers at 1:30 p.m. 2:30 —4:00 MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION -- Joe Kracum....................... See "Attachment A" at back of packet 4:00 —4:30 REVIEW BALLOT QUESTIONS/POOL DISCUSSION -- Steve Connor/Gary Ross....................................................Page 1 4:30 — 4:50 SEVEN-STAR TRAIL OPTIONS -- T. Michael Manchester............................... No Packet Information 4:50-5:00 BREAK SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AUGUST 21, 2000 CALL TO ORDER AT 5:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 3: PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION — ORDINANCE NO. 19, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TAMARACK TOWNHOMES S.P.A. TO PERMIT AN ADDITION TO AND MODIFICATION OF THE OFFICE/LOCKER ROOM BUILDING ADJACENT TO THE POOL AREA. (To be continued to the September 5, 2000 Regular Town Council Meeting.) -- Chris Conrad ........................................................ No Packet Information Item No. 4: DISCUSSION CONFERENCE CENTER SKETCH PRIORITIZATION -- Chris Conrad .................................................................................Page 5 Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION — RESOLUTION NO. 25, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PARCEL "N" AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRELIMINARY PLAN SUBMISSION INCLUDING SUBDIVISION INCLUDING SUBDIVISION PLAT AND REZONING FROM SPA-1 TO MF MULTI-FAMILY (cont'd from 08-14-00) 08-21-onto Page 2 -- Chris Conrad ................................................................................Page 8 Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING — REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (RTA) PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (IGA) (Scheduled to start at 6:00pm)................................. No Packet Information Item No. 7: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 23, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE VII, OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE IN ORDER TO MODIFY THE COMPOSITION AND DUTIES OF THE ARTS ADVISORY BOARD. -- Gary Suiter ..................................................................................Page 12 Item No. 8: DISCUSSION/ACTION-RESOLUTION NO. 29. SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION FOR LOT 1, RIDGE RUN UNIT 1, PERMITTING THE CONDOMINIUMIZATION OF THE EXISTING DUPLEX AND MANAGER'S QUARTERS. -- Chris Conrad ...............................................................................Page 18 Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 30, SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING 2000 SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET EXPENSE ITEMS FROM THE PITKIN COUNTY Y2 CENT SALES & USE TAX FUND. -- Gary Suiter ..................................................................................Page 42 Item No. 10: DISCUSSION/ACTION — SEVEN-STAR RANCH FINAL PUD EXTENSION -- Gary Suiter ..................................................................................Page 45 Item No. 11: DISCUSSION - RECLAMATION OF PARCEL F. LOT 3, EAST VILLAGE P.U.D. -- Kevin Costello....................................................... No Packet Information Item No. 12: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT.........................................................................................Page 46 Item No. 13: CALENDARS..................................................................................Page 54 Item No. 14: 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: August 21, 2000 BY: Gary Suiter and Steve Connor SUBJECT: REVIEW BALLOT QUESTIONS/POOL DISCUSSION OVERVIEW: Attached is a draft resolution that proposes ballot language for both the Time- Share Excise Tax and Pool Debt questions. Staff has yet to do the research that will determine a comparable lodging tax rate. We will attempt to determine the average winter hotel tax amount for an average length—of-stay. Please let me know if you have other ideas or expectations for the rate or amount. Also, Gary Ross will be at the meeting to further define the program elements for the pool. From there, we can begin to develop a budget estimate. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Review and discuss. Provide additional staff direction. p:/shareWclerk/manager.xse/cmq.99/ DRAFT TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. _ SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION SUBMITTING TABOR QUESTIONS TO THE TOWNS ELECTORATE. WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village, is a municipal corporation duly organized and existing as a home-rule municipality pursuant to Article XX of the State Constitution and laws of Colorado; and WHEREAS,Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution , hereinafter referred to as "TABOR", limits the ability of the Town to spend unanticipated revenue; and WHEREAS, TABOR permits the eligible electors of the Town to approve the expenditure of revenues received in excess of the TABOR spending limit; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 2.1 of the Town Charter, the Council may call a special election by resolution or ordinance at least 30 days in advance of the election; and WHEREAS, November 7, 2000, is one of the election dates at which ballot issues may be submitted to the eligible electors of the Town pursuant to TABOR; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Resolution is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: 1. Ballot Questions. Pursuant to the Town Charter,the Colorado Municipal Election Code of 1965, and all laws amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto, there shall be submitted to the eligible electors of the Town the questions set forth as follows: a. Time Share Excise Tax Question: SHALL TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $100,000.00, ESTIMATED FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR COLLECTION, OR SUCH OTHER AMOUNT THAT SHALL BE RECEIVED ANNUALLY, BY THE ENACTMENT OF AN EXCISE TAX TO BE ASSESSED AGAINST ALL TIME SHARE UNITS IN THE AMOUNT OF $ PER UNIT PER WEEK AND SUCH EXCISE TAX REVENUES TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT LIMITATION OR CONDITION AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION? b. Pool Debt Question: DRAFT SHALL TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DEBT BE INCREASED $ WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF$ (MAXIMUM TOTAL PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST) AND SHALL TOWN TAXES BE INCREASED $ ANNUALLY, FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING THE COST OF CONSTRUCTING, INSTALLING AND EQUIPPING A COMMUNITY POOL FACILITY WHICH SHALL INCLUDE ,AND SHALL THE MILL LEVY BE INCREASED IN ANY YEAR BUT ONLY IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON SUCH BONDS OR NOTE(S) OR ANY REFUNDING BONDS OR NOTE(S) WHEN DUE, WITHOUT LIMITATION OF RATE OR AMOUNT; SUCH DEBT TO BE EVIDENCED BY THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OR NOTE(S) BEARING INTEREST AT A MAXIMUM NET EFFECTIVE INTEREST RATE NOT TO EXCEED %; SUCH BONDS OR NOTE(S)TO BE SOLD WITH SUCH MATURITIES AND IN ONE SERIES OR MORE IN AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED THE MAXIMUM AUTHORIZED PRINCIPAL AMOUNT AND REPAYMENT COST,ON TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN MAY DETERMINE, INCLUDING PROVISIONS FOR REDEMPTION OF THE BONDS OR NOTE(S) PRIOR TO MATURITY WITH OR WITHOUT PAYMENT OF THE PREMIUM; AND SHALL THE INVESTMENT EARNINGS ON THE BOND OR NOTE PROCEEDS AND TAX REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT LIMITATION OR CONDITION AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION? 2. TABOR Notice. On or before October 2000,the Town Clerk shall cause the notice required by Section 20(3)(b)of Article X of the Colorado Constitution to be prepared and delivered to the County Clerk as required by Sections 31-10-501.5 and 1-7-904, C.R.S. 3. Direction to Town Staff. The officers and employees of the Town are hereby authorized and directed to take all action necessary or appropriate to effectuate the provisions of this Resolution, including entering into an intergovernmental agreement with the County Clerk, if necessary in connection with the County Clerk giving the notice described in Section 4. 4. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. 5. Inconsistencv. All acts, orders and resolutions, and parts thereof, inconsistent with this Resolution be, and the same hereby are, repealed to the extent only of such inconsistency. This repealer shall not be construed to revive any act, order or Resolution, or part thereof, heretofore repealed. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of 3 ' DRAFT Snowmass Village, Colorado, on September_,2000, upon the motion of Council Member , the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_in favor and _ opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: August 21, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Discussion and Direction to Staff: Determination by Town Council as to whether the Daly Lane Conference Center Sketch Plan application qualifies as serving a public purpose such that it should receive scheduling priority over all other development applications, pursuant to Section 16A-5-300(b)(3)a. of the Municipal Code. Overview: The Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan was re-submitted on June 26. There are currently two (2) major PUD applications having review priority ahead of their application: the Parcel N Preliminary PUD and the Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan. The issue that needs to be discussed concerns the fact that the Snowmass Resort Association submitted their Daly Lane Conference Center Sketch Plan on August 2. Although it was received after the Snowmass Club submission, the Conference Center application could receive scheduling priority over all other Development applications should the Town Council choose to determine that it qualifies as serving a "public purpose". Staff has included a "Communique Supplement' which includes Section 16A-5-300(b)(3), One (1) major PUD under review, of the Municipal Code for reference during the meeting. A tentative draft meeting schedule has also been included for discussion purposes. Staff Staff must rely upon the Town Council to make the Recommendation: determination as to whether the SRA conference center proposal "serves a public purpose" and will be available to discuss scheduling options at the meeting. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Smass Club II &Conf Centr Scheduling TCMemo01 S00000, COMMUNIQUE SUPPLEMENT Major PUD Scheduling Priority Section 16A-5-300(b)(3),One(1)major PUD under review. Unless otherwise authorized by resolution of the Town Council, there shall only be one (1) major PUD application under review by the Planning Commission and one (1) other major PUD application under review by the Town Council at any time. The Planning Director shall formulate procedures to administer this policy,based on the following provisions: a. Priority to first complete application. Scheduling priority shall be given to the first complete major PUD application received,provided that: (1) any project that has received sketch plan approval shall receive scheduling priority upon submission of its preliminary and final plan applications; and (2) any major PUD application that the Town Council determines serves a public purpose shall receive scheduling priority over all other development applications. (Emphasis added.) b. Requests for additional information. In order to allow for development review to proceed in a timely and fair manner, applicants who are requested by the Planning Commission or Town Council to submit additional information or to amend their application which are necessary for the uninterrupted continuous review shall submit a complete package of the requested materials to the Planning Director at least seven (7) days prior to the next scheduled meeting of that body. If an applicant does not submit the requested materials in a timely manner, the next prioritized application will be scheduled before that review body. However, once the applicant submits a complete package of the requested materials to the Planning Director, the application shall receive scheduling priority over all other development applications. The provisions of this paragraph shall also apply to a submission being processed under the provisions of Chapter 16. c. Sketch plan review accommodation. If the processing status of an existing application with scheduling priority allows, the Planning Director may schedule a new sketch plan application for review before the Planning Commission or the Town Council at meetings that do not delay the processing of the existing application. �— PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDAS TOWN COUNCIL AGENDAS AUG.14: SPECIAL MEETING AUG.16: REGULAR PC MEETING 2 Hours Work Session:Article V Land Use Code Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Discussion&Direction:Prioritization RE:Conf.Center Sketch("Public Purpose") Horse Ranch,Lot 61 (Pawar)Variance Public Hearing:Parcel"N"Affordable Housing Project PH&Variance:Lot 29,Pines(Throm) Article V Land Use Code AUG.21: REGULAR MEETING 1 Hour Work Session&Resolution:Parcel N Affordable Housing Minor PUD Amendment:Tamarack-Office Addition PH&2nd Reading Parcel"N"Affordable Housing Project:Wrap-up&Reso. Subdivision Exemption:Lot 1,Ridge Run I(Duplex+Caretaker Unit) SEPT.05: Joint PClTC Mtg:First Priority Sketch Plan SEPT.05: REGULAR MEETING Joint PCITC Mtg:First Priority Sketch Plan SEPT.06: REGULAR PC MEETING Pre-Sketch:Rodeo Grounds(Need Info.by no later than Aug. 15) Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan(Resolution) Resolution:Parcel N Affordable Housing(If Needed) Finalize PC Recommendation RE:Article V Land Use Code 1st Read:Article V Land Use Code(Publish Aug.16) SEPT.11: WORK SESSION SEPT.18: REGULAR MEETING SEPT.20: REGULAR PC MEETING PH:Snowmass Center Sketch Plan First Priority Sketch Plan Public Hearing and 2nd Reading:Article V land Use Code OCT.02: REGULAR MEETING ` OCT.04: REGULAR PC MEETING Work Session&Reso:Snowmass Center Sketch Plan First Priority Sketch Plan OCT.09: WORK SESSION OCT.16: Joint PC/TC Mtg:2nd Priority Sketch Plan OCT.16: REGULAR MEETING Joint PC/TC Mtg:2nd Priority Sketch Plan OCT.18: REGULAR PC MEETING Finalize First Priorttv Sketch Plan Commence the 2nd Priority Sketch Plan NOV.01: REGULAR PC MEETING 2nd Priority Sketch Plan NOV,6: REGULAR MEETING Commence the 1st Priority Sketch Plan NOV.15: REGULAR PC MEETING Finalize 2nd Priority Sketch Plan COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: August 21, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Site Visit, Continuation of Public Hearing and Discussion: Resolution No. 25, Series of 2000, a resolution concerning the Parcel "N" Affordable Housing Preliminary Plan submission, including subdivision plat and rezoning from SPA-1 to MF Multi-Family. Overview: Joe Coffey, Snowmass Village Housing Director (Applicant), has made application on behalf of the Town to receive Preliminary PUD approval for a seventeen (17) unit affordable housing project to be constructed within Parcel N, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat. The Town Council will leave the council meeting room at 1:30 pm to conduct a site visit and will then return to continue review the application and receive input from the surrounding owner's. John Meckling with CTL/Thompson will be available at the meeting to discuss thirty percent (30%) slope and geotechnical issues relating to the project and Scott Smith with Reno & Smith Architects will discuss the architecture, colors and materials currently proposed for the project. Please bring your August 14 Town Council packet which contains the Planning Commission resolution exhibits and diagrams prepared by John Meckling. The Condominium Documents have been amended and have been placed within your council boxes. A limited number of copies are available for the public in the Community Development Department. Staff Staff recommends conducting the Site Visit, Public Hearing Recommendation: and then discussing the application to provide direction to staff for preparing the Town Council resolution for consideration on September 5. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\TC 00-25 Parcel N Affordable Hsg Prelim PUD TCMemo02 / V 09/17100 THk 10:49 M.4A 1 VIV W40 OU4E OGM%UbDbx bURUwv NbtLR rr�°°• e "rorv"a I t FAX(970)95948 oonvw 118 West 6th,Suite 200 Glenwood Sprirgs,Co 81601 MEMORANDUM VIA FAX: 923.5481 DATE: August 17, 2000 TO: Joe Coffey, Town of Snowmass Village I FROM. Chad Paulson, SGM RE: PARCEL N - SNOWMA S VILLAGE, COLORADO Attached are drawings of the proposed water quality structure. In actuality, more than one structure will probably be required — a sediment basin for the undeveloped portion of the basin and a oil/water separator for the developed portion - to handle the flow volumes. I have attached drawings of the oil/water separator only, but the sediment basin is identical except It does not have the coalescing media. I have put numbers on the attached drawings to correlate with the "process" steps outlined i below. If you have any questions please call. 1. Water flows into the structure through the inlet pipe. 1 2. Once into the structure, the water is directed downward to dissipate energy. The Flow then encounters a baffle to slow the waters, which promotes both settling and separation, as well as trap larger particles. 3. The water then flows over the baffle and through the coalescing media, which helps bring the oils out of suspension and thereby allow for separation from the discharge waters. 4. After the media, the water flows over another weir to force the physical separation of the oil prior to the outlet. This is possible because oils float (they are lighter than water) and consequently can be separated by a physical barrier. 1 5. After enhanced filtration and separation, the water flows through the submerged outlet via hydraulic pressure. The submerged outlet further ensures that any oils . that make it past the media are trapped (i.e. oil floats/physical barrier). It should be noted that the effluent pipe should always be submerged: clean water should be put into the structure to submerge the pipe when it is put into service, and when the vault is cleaned, clean water should be put back into the structure to re- submerge the outlet. j CAP SGM No. 99121.001 L� i 08i17/00 THP 16:50 FAX 1 970 945 5945 SCHULIESER CORDON MEYER W,OOd 800 GPM OIL/WATER SEPARATOR 1316-CPS: DESIGN INFORMATION KLUENT CONDITIONS' - 45F WATER TEMP. - C.65 OL SPECIFIC CRAJd' - 100 PPM INFLUENT CDNCFNTRATION FGFLVCNZ 2-573-P GALV. DIALMND PLATE PACK COVERS NWOED AND LOWNG tFF S L L.' 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COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: August 21, 2000 Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Subject: Discussion and First Reading: Ordinance No. 23, Series of 2000, an ordinance amending certain provisions of Article VII, of the Municipal Code in order to modify the composition and duties of the Arts Advisory Board. Overview: This Ordinance increases the potential membership on the Arts Advisory Board from 12 to 15 members and eliminates the Town Council ex-officio position from the Board. It also modifies the Board's responsibilities to reflect the recent formation of the Citizens Grant Review Board. As the responsibilities of Arts Advisory Board have become more diverse, more time commitments are required by each of the Board Members in order to support the various sub-committees. Recommendation: Staff recommends that Council approve First Reading of the Ordinance. P:/shared/clerk/manager.xsc/2000cmq/ord00-23 0000-1 Z Administration and Personnel Section 2-154 Sea 2.154. Other remedies. JK 2.173. Composition, appointment, terms. The remedies set forth in Sections 2-152 and 2-153 above are cumulative. The initia- The Arts Advisory Board shall consist of tion of any action or the imposition of any _not Jess than five (5) nor more than twelve penalty under Sections 2-152 and 2-153 �G� members, mioeludiiig- one (1) -am officag above shall not preclude the Town or any ° ' who proper person from instituting any other shall serve overlapping terms of two (2) appropriate action or proceeding to require years each. The term of each member shall compliance with the provisions of this Code be designated in the Resolution of as provided by law. (Ord. 1-1993 §2) Appointment by the Town Council. (Ord. 11-1991 §4; Ord. 9-1993 §3) Sea 2-155. Trial to Court Sea 2-174. Responsibilities. Trial of all actions for violations of any provisions of this Code which are not petty The Arts Advisory Board shall have the offenses within the meaning of Section 16- following responsibilities: 10-109, C.R.S., shall be to the Court only. Except to the limited extent that a trial by (1) Pro direction and leadership jury is required by the provisions of Section for future arts initiatives, as they impact 16-10-109, C.R.S., no jury trials are autho- the Town's funding. rized. (Ord. 1-1993 §2) (2) Act as an arts advocate and con- Seca. 2.156-2-170. Reserved. sultant to the Town Council by promot- ing awareness and education concerning the arts. ARTICLE VII (3) Provide a resource of informa- Atts Advisory Board tion and expertise on arts issues. Sea 2.171. Establishment of Arta Advisory (4) Function as the primary arts liai- Board. son between the Town Council and the community. A permanent Arts Advisory Board, specifically designated as "advisory," is (5) Process, review and make rec- hereby created. (Ord. 11-1991 §1; Ord. 9- ommendations to the Town Council on 1993 §1) all arts-related issues, propositions and funding proposals by: Sec. 2-177. Qualifications t'rUwts a. Holding annual lheaFings for all All members of the Arts Advisory Board arts organizations; shall have some experience in arts, cultural, a11'(nra,I educational or community organizations. (Ord. 11-1991 §2) 00013 ' 2-16 Administration and Personnel Section 2-174 it b. Preparing annual recommen and decide appeals of orders, decisions or tions to Town Council for ' ser- determinations made by the Building Offi- vice and budget all ns in a timely cial or the Fire Chief, relative to the manner for t udget process to be application and interpretations of Chapter approv y the Town Council during 18 of this Code. The Board shall not have t udget process; and authority relative to the interpretation of the administrative provisions of, nor shall c. Having the Review Comma the Board be empowered to waive meet on a timely and nez basis requirements of, the building regulations in to review a er proposals not Chapter 18 of this Code. (Ord. 4-1994 §1) reviey� in the annual budget pro- e�. Sec. 2-192. Qualifications. (6) Review and evaluate progress of The members of the Board of Appeals the arts long-range development plan. and Examiners shall be qualified by the Town Council by experience and training to (7) Present quarterly reports to the pass on matters pertaining to building con- Town Council outlining the condition of struction and shall not be employees of the the arts and special events within the Town. The Town Council shall appoint Town. members. (Ord. 4-1994 §1) (8) To work in cooperation with Sea 2-193. Term of members. Aspen Snowmass Council of the Arts, Snowmass Resort Association Special Members of the Board of Appeals and Events Committee and any other organi- Examiners shall be appointed to serve zation which purports to represent and overlapping, three-year terms. The Town develop special cultural events within the Council shall name replacements for mem- Town to keep within the goals and bets whose terms are to expire, by resolu- objectives of the arts long-range plan. tion, at the first regular meeting of the Town Council in January of each year. (9) To render such other recom- (Ord. 4-1994 §1) mendations or advice as the Town Coun- cil may, from time to time, request. Sea 2-194. Composition (Ord. 11-1991 §5: Ord. 9-1993 §4) The Board of Appeals and Examiners Sees. 2-175-2-190. Reserved. shall consist of five (5) members and the Building Official, who shall act as secretary to the Board but shall have no vote on any ARTICLE VIII matter before the Board. (Ord. 4-1994 §1) Board of Appeals and Examiners Sex. 2-195. Powers. Sea 2-191. Establishment The Board of Appeals and Examiners shall have the following powers: There is hereby established a permanent Board of Appeals and Examiners to hear OOP , K40081 2-17 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ORDINANCE NO. 23 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE VII, OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE IN ORDER TO MODIFY THE COMPOSITION AND DUTIES OF THE ARTS ADVISORY BOARD. WHEREAS, by Ordinance No. 11, Series of 1991, the Town Council established the Arts Advisory Board; and WHEREAS, the organization and duties of the Arts Advisory Board were amended by Ordinance No. 9, Series of 1993; and WHEREAS, the Arts Advisory Board, continues to evolve from its original mission to encompass greater levels of service to the Town Council and; WHEREAS, the nature of the Arts Advisory Board requires a vast amount of support from a variety of individuals. WHEREAS, its members, as a whole, have agreed that further amendment is necessary to reflect the Arts Advisory Board's current responsibilities. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village as follows: Composition Appointment and Term. Section 2-173 is hereby restated as follows: The Arts Advisory Board shall consist of not less than five (5) nor more than fifteen (15) members, who shall serve overlapping terms of two years each. The term of each member shall be designated in the Resolution of Appointment by the Town Council. The provision concerning a maximum of twelve (12) members is hereby revised to the aforementioned fifteen (15) members. The provision concerning the appointment of one ex-officio member from the Town Council is hereby deleted. Responsibilities. Section 2-174 is hereby restated as follows: The Arts Advisory Board shall have the following responsibilities: (1) Provide direction and leadership for future cultural arts initiatives, as they impact the Town's funding. 000 Ord. 00-23 Page 2 (2) Act as a cultural arts advocate and consultant to the Town Council by promoting awareness and education concerning the cultural arts. (3) Provide a resource of information and expertise on cultural arts issues. (4) Function as the primary cultural arts liaison between the Town Council and the community. (5) Process, review and make recommendations to the Town Council on arts- related and cultural-related issues, propositions and funding proposals by: a. Holding annual forums for all cultural arts organizations; (6) Review and evaluate progress of the Arts Advisory Board Strategic Planning Document. (7) Present annual reports to the Town Council outlining the condition of the cultural arts serving the Town and goals for future development. (8) To work in cooperation with Aspen Snowmass Council for the Arts, Snowmass Village Resort Association and any other organization which purports to represent and develop special cultural events within the Town to keep within the goals and objectives of the cultural arts long-range plan. (9) To render such other recommendations or advice as the Town Council may request. The provisions listed below are hereby deleted. b. Preparing annual recommendations to Town Council for in-kind service and budget allocations in a timely manner for the budget process to be approved by the Town council during the budget process. c. Having the Review Committee meet on a timely and as-needed basis to review any other proposals not reviewed in the annual budget process. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on first reading by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the _ day of , 2000 with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of_ in favor to_opposed. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the _ day of , 2000 with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. A roll call was taken, those in favor were those opposed were Ord. 00-23 Page 3 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE By: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk 07 00p COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: August 21, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Discussion and Action: Ordinance No. 29, Series of 2000, A resolution approving a Subdivision Exemption for Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, permitting the condominiumization of the existing duplex and manager's quarters. Kenneth H. Roberts and K. Brent Waldron ("Owners"), being the Overview: owner's of Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, have requested Subdivision Exemption approval in order to condominiumize the existing duplex and manager's quarters as three (3) separate units. They will be represented by Paul Taddune, Esq. in this matter. This matter principally concerns the "Manager's Quarters" ("Quarters") which is located within the basement of one of the duplex units and has been rented as an employee unit for a number of years. The enclosed letter from Paul Taddune expresses their position that it should be considered as a legal non-conforming unit and they request that it be condominiumized so that it could potentially be sold to the current long term tenant. COMMENTS: Staff has no objection to condominiumizing the duplex into two (2) units but does not agree with the Owners position that the building may be condominiumized as proposed and, therefore, recommends denial of the subdivision exemption request for the reasons stated below. A number of supporting documents have been enclosed for reference during the meeting. Section 16A-5-530, Review Standards, of the Municipal Code states that the exemption request needs to comply with the standards of the zoning district in which the property is located. The parcel is within the DU Duplex zone district which only permits Single Family Detached or Two-Family Dwellings. In addition, caretaker units, accessory employee units and manager's units have never been permitted within the DU zone district except where a single family residence rather than duplex has been located on the lot. The creation of three (3) separate units would conflict with the underlying zoning. A building permit was issued by Pitkin County on August 11, 1969 permitting the construction of a duplex and did not include the ,,.I S Quarters. The plumbing permit issued on June 9, 1970 concerned the installation of plumbing fixtures and did not authorize whatever other work occurred within the basement that may have led to the creation of the Quarters. There is a note in the "Remarks" section of the permit that states "3 unit hse??" and correspondence within the Town Community Development Department building permit file would indicate that the Pitkin County Building Inspector had knowledge that a "manager's quarters" existed within the duplex as of November 1, 1971. The Snowmass Village Planning Commission granted a setback variance (See the enclosed Resolution No. 1, Series of 1989 and minutes from the February 1, 1989 meeting) allowing portions of the existing structure extending outside the building envelope to remain, identifies the manager's quarters as existing at that time. One of the conditions requires that the "Applicant shall advise all prospective purchasers that the Town of Snowmass Village has not determined that the manager's quarters conforms to the requirements of the Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code." There is nothing in the record to indicate that the Quarters were considered to be legal when constructed or at the time the Town was incorporated. Therefore, there is nothing to establish a basis for accepting it as a legal non-conforming use. The original caretaker regulations and registration program approved by the Town was for single family residences only. Staff has included notes prepared February 9, 2000 which were provided to Paul Taddune indicate that our position at that time was that the Quarters did not qualify as a legal non-conforming unit and that the Planning Department could not support a request to create a tri-plex in a DU zone district. Staff A resolution granting approval has been included within the packet Recommendation: should the Town Council find that the application is consistent with the applicable review standards. Staff recommends, however, that the either the request be denied or that direction be given to prepare an ordinance which could amend the Municipal Code as it applies to this particular circumstance and parcel. PAuser\cconrad\MS Word Docs\TC 00-29 Subd Exmpt L1 RRI TCMemo01 , rq - LAW OFFICES OF PAUL J. TADDUNE, P.C. PAUL J.TADDUNE AFFILIATED OFFICE 323 WEST MAIN STREET,SUITE 301 FOWLER, SCHIMBERG & FLANAGAN, P.C. ASPEN, COLORADO 81611 1640 GRANT STREET, SUITE 300 TELEPHONE (970) 925-9190 DENVER, COLORADO 80203 TELEFAX (970) 925-9199 TELEPHONE (303) 298-8603 INTERNET:taddune@compuserve.com TELEFA% (303) 298-8748 , WILLIAM GUEST, OF COUNSEL ANDREW H. BUSCHER, OF COUNSEL June 21, 2000 RECEIVER) JUL 1 4 2000 Town of Snowmass Village Building and Planning Dept. S Attn: Chris Conrad Commmunity unity Development s Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Application for Exemption pursuant to Article IV, Division S, Snowmass Land Use and Development Code for Purpose of Condominiumization:Lot 1, Ridge Run I Dear Mr. Conrad and Members of the Town Council: Please accept the following as an application for the purpose of the condominiumization of the duplex and manager's quarters on Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit One, according to the plat recorded December 1, 1967 in plat Book 3 at Page 281. The following information is provided pursuant to Section 16A-5-40 of the Land Use and Development Code: 1. Applicants' name. address, telephone number and Power of Attorney: Kenneth H. Roberts (owner of an undivided two-thirds interest) 827 Coachway Annapolis, MD 21401 Telephone: (410) 974-6036 K. Brent Waldron (owner of an undivided one-third interest) c/o Coates, Reid & Waldron 720 E. Hyman Avenue Aspen. CO 81611 Telephone: (970) 925-1400 The applicants will be represented by: Paul J. Taddune, Esq. 323 West Main Street Aspen. Colorado 81611 0000, Telephone: (970) 925-9190 �� Fax: (970) 925-9199 Town of Snowmass Village June 16, 2000 Page 2 2. Legal description: Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit One, according to the Plat thereof recorded December 21, 1967 in Plat Book 3 at Page 281. 3. Disclosure of ownership: Attached is a Certificate from Pitkin County Title, Inc. (Case No: PCT1492), dated January 20, 2000 setting forth the names of all owners of the property included in the Application, which includes a list of all mortgages,judgments, liens, contracts, easements or agreements of record that affect the property. 4. Description of the proposal: Applicants seek an exemption for the purpose of condominiumizing the duplex units and the manager's quarters on the property. The applicants propose to deed restrict the manager's quarters as an employee housing unit for sale or rental by qualified Town employees. Town records reflect that a building permit for construction of the duplex was submitted on August 11, 1969, approximately 1/12 years after the Ridge Rune Unit One plat was recorded. A building permit for plumbing fixtures was issued on June 9, 1970, and reflects the County's knowledge of a separate manager's quarters. An additional permit was issued on July 21, 1970. Correspondence dated October 28, 1971, from then County building inspector, Hal Clark, also reflects the County's knowledge of the manager's quarters. The owner also wrote to the County acknowledging that the property had two units and the manager's quarters, all of which had been approved by the Snowmass Architectural Review Committee and the Pitkin County Building Inspector. Correspondence dated January 20, 1972 from the Pitkin County Building Department also reflects that the construction of the duplex with the manager's quarters proceeded with the acquiescence of the Pitkin County Building Department. Moreover, Snowmass Planning Commission Resolution 1, series of 1999, recorded in Book 585, Page 173, Pitkin County Records, demonstrates that the Town has been aware of and has permitted the continued use of the manager's quarters. If the manager's quarters cannot be deemed to be an allowable nonconforming use, the applicants will be compelled to remove the manager's quarters. Significant in this regard is that in or about 1986, property owners in the neighborhood were given the opportunity to register caretaker units similar to the one in question. A letter on behalf of the Town was sent to all property owners with such units. However, the manager's unit on Lot 1 was either overlooked or was considered as a permissible nonconforming unit, and notice of the opportunity to register the manager's quarters was not give to the then owner. Town records reflect that a property owner on the same street was provided such notice and was allowed to register a caretaker unit. These circumstances reflect that the duplex units, together with the manager's quarters, comprise an existing, permissible, nonconforming use, which can be condominiumized as a subdivision exemption pursuant to Sections 16A-5-500 and 16A-5-530 of the Land Use and Development Code. Town of Snowmass Village June 16, 2000 Page 3 The circumstances described above comply with the review standards of Section 16A-5- 530 of the Land Use and Development Code: • The exemption is necessary for the preservation and enjoyment of the substantial property rights of the applicants. Section 30A-33.3-106, CRS, provides that no zoning, subdivision or other real estate use, law, ordinance or regulation may prohibit the condominium form of ownership. • The Application is consistent with the subdivision regulations. • No new lot would be created. The building complies with the Land Use and Development Code. All of the units are above grade with two means of egress and ingress. Off street parking exists for all bedrooms. Section 16A-3-40 provides that the intent of the duplex residential zone district is to provide the areas with sufficient lot size to accommodate two family dwelling units (duplexes) and to allow a range of compatible uses, either allowed or by special review, necessary to produce a viable residential neighborhood. Section 16A-1-30 (C)(1)provides that the structures and uses existing on the effective date the Land Use and Development Code (September 2, 1998) that do not comply with any of its applicable provisions shall be permitted to continue, subject to the provisions of Section 16A-3-220-Non-Conformities. Because the County acquiesced to the manager's quarters long before Snowmass Village was incorporated, it appears that the manager's unit was lawfully established before the Land Use and Development Code was adopted or amended. This being the case, Section 16A-3-220(a)(2) provides that it is the intent of the development Code that nonconforming structures or uses shall be permitted to continue unless abandoned, destroyed, or removed. The conversion of the manager's quarters to an employee deed restricted unit would merely be a change in the form of ownership and would not comprise an extension, enlargement or expansion of use. • There do not appear to be any contemplated adverse impacts. • There would not be an increase in total allowable floor area. • Pursuant to subsection 7 of Section 16A-5-530, there are special circumstances or conditions affecting the subject property such that the strict application of the standards would result in an undue hardship and deprive the owners of the continued use of their property in the fashion in which it has been used for the past 30 years. Allowing the existing circumstance to continue, albeit in the condominium form of ownership, would merely serve to preserve much needed employee housing. i Town of Snowmass Village June 16, 2000 Page 4 5. A vicinity map is attached, together with Town of Snowmass Village Planning Commission Resolution 1, series of 1989, which has attached to it a survey of the property. Based on the determination of the Town Council, an exemption plat will be prepared and updated. 6. Condominium documents: Attached are proposed condominium documents. The units are not currently in the short- term rental market. Therefore, no proposal for restricting owner usage is included in this Application as is set forth in Section 16A-5-520. Thank you in advance for your attention to this application. Very truly yours, PAUL J. TADDUNE, P.C. Paul J. Tadd!P PJT:kc Enclosures pc: Kenn Roberts Brent Waldron The undersigned, Kenneth H. Roberts and K. Brent Waldron, the aforementioned applicants, hereby appoint Paul J. Taddune, Esq. as our attorney and authorize him to represent us in connection with the above referenced application. c Kenneth . Roberts 2 &� '7 017 Date K. Brent Waldron Date C'%W"JMtMdslu.Tom'A d$mwwn.6.14 00%Vd X23 Town of Snowmass Village June 16, 2000 Page 4 5. A vicinity map is attached, together with Town of Snowmass Village Planning Commission Resolution 1, series of 1989, which has attached to it a survey of the property. Based on the determination of the Town Council. an exemption plat will be prepared and updated. 6. Condominium documents: Attached are proposed condominium, documents. The units are not currently in the short- term rental market. Therefore, no proposal for restricting owner usage is included in this Application as is set forth in Section 16A-5-520. Thank you in advance for your attention to this application. Very truly yours, PAUL J. TADDUN�E, P.C. Pau1J Taddune PJT:kc Enclosures pc: Kenn Roberts Brent Waldron The undersigned, Kenneth H. Roberts and K. Brent Waldron, the aforementioned applicants, hereby appoint Paul J. Taddune, Esq. as our attomey and authorize him to represent us in connection with the above referenced application. Kenneth H. Roberts Date K. Brejrt Wdrron '7/ Date ckwPPm.LWIa nn Town of SM"nwnb ww* q l� , BUR J7 PAGE '^ -i w. _ (N O c>F -- a cc I TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE W m� C71 PLANNING COMMISSION a o N CDs a o CO RESOLUTION 1 CM0 a SERIES OF 1989 A RESOLUTION APPROVING A VARIANCE FOR LOT 1, RIDGE RUN I, IN ORDER TO ALLOW AN EXISTING ENCROACHMENT INTO THE REQUIRED BUILDING SETBACK. WHEREAS, William B. Adams (Applicant) has applied for a variance to permit an existing encroachment into the required building setback within Lot 1, Ridge Run I ; and WHEREAS, the applicant desired the variance to correct an encroachment which has existed for almost twenty years; and WHEREAS , the Planning Commission has reviewed the application and has heard the recommendations of the Town Staff ; and WHEREAS , a public hearing was held before the Planning Commission on February 1, 1989 to receive public comment on the application. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado; Section one: Findings. 1. The subject residence received a building permit for a duplex on August 11, 1969 . 2 the applicant purchased the property five years e ago. 3 . The applicant has sufficiently addressed the review standards as established in Section 9 . 010 (C) of the Land Use and Development Code relating to variance requests. 4 . The building was inadvertently located further north than as approved so as to encroach within the required building setback. The general orientation shown on the original plans was maintained. 5. The granting of this setback variance approval shall , in nofway, be construed as considering or granting the use of the property. 2 0" ' cook 585 FmJ74 Section Two: Action. The Planning Commission approves the variance request for Lot 1, Ridge Run I to allow an existing residence within the required setback as shown on Exhibit A, and with the following conditions. Section Three: Conditions 1. Applicant shall advise all prospective purchasers that the Town of Snowmass Village has not determined that the manager' s quarters conforms to the requirements of the Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. 2 . That the Resolution be recorded with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder serving notice of same. 3 . 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Truscott moved to approve the minutes of November 30, 1988 and January 11, 1989 . In the November 30, 1988 minutes, Truscott asked that it be added that the reason he opposed Resolution No. 34 , Series of 1988 was "because he believed that the parcel should be used for units similar to the Blue Roofs; that might be priced for permanent residents, one of the greatest needs in the village. " Decarlo seconded. All in favor. Horton abstained. Truscott asked that in the future if someone opposes an item the reasons should be noted in the minutes. There were no Public Non-Agenda items. Ttem No. 1. Resolution No. ' 1, Series of 1989 Approving a Variance for Lot 1, Ridge Run I, to Allow an existing encroachment into the required building setback. Conrad stated that in the January 11, 1989 meeting the Commission considered this item. One of the major concerns was that the legal status of the third unit be recorded for public record so that perspective buyers and new owners in the future are aware that although they have it they don't have a guaranteed right to the basement unit. Conrad said he discussed this with the Town Attorney and agreed to add: 1. That the applicant shall advise all perspective purchasers that the Town of Snowmass Village has not determined that the manager' s quarters performs to the requirements of the Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. 2. That the resolution be recorded with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder serving notice of same. Ccnrad said that one of the "Findings" states "that the granting of this variance shall in no way be construed as considering or granting approval of the use of the property. Decarlo said he felt this requirement would work for this applicant but wasn't sure how it would apply to succeeding owners of the property. Manchester said that the Town would need to make the determination about whether this is legal or not legal, or of legal non-conforming status. Conrad said he felt the manager' s quarter is an illegal unit. However, it cannot ever be legalized as a caretaker unit because our code book does not allow caretaker units with duplexes. It is not viably enforceable based upon the fact that there are records that show Hal Clark, the Building Inspector in 1972 , was aware that there was a third permit issued for a kitchen sink which would imply a third unit was there. Conrad said that he had cited in his comments that the building department never pursued enforcement and the homeowners withdrew their action on August 25, 1981. Conrad read a letter submitted by Jim Byrnes dated February 6, 1983 (signed by Steve Parmelee of the Snowmass Design Committee) reviewing the proposed variance of the Pfifer 3o . residence. Further discussion. Manchester said a determination must be made so that any future purchasers of the property in the event they would request additional square footage. Decarlo said that the Planning Department needs to design a legal plan to cover this situation. Conrad referred to January 11, 1989 minutes stating that "Condition will state that the Planning Department will be directed to prepare a document for recording with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder serving public notice to future purchases of the zoning and land use status of the manager' s quarters" and said this would be added to the Resolution. Conrad said he would also include the status of the additional floor area because the original building permit shows 2800 square feet and is listed as 3700 square feet. Decarlo moved to approve Resolution No. 1, Series of 1989 with the mentioned amendments. Horton seconded. All in favor by a vote of 6 to 0. Non-Agenda Items Planning Commission Agen a Man ester said he was asked to put the Planning Commission agen in the newspaper a week prior to the meeti It was noted at due to the Snowmass Sun' s schedule it uld be very difficu1 to post the agenda as the paper comes o on Wednesday, the same as the Planning Commission me s and that the Planning Dep tment has a difficult time getting meeting information fa enough ahead to be able to st it a week ahead. Further discus ' on. Manchester ask that the Planning Commission meeting a held on a regular asis. 2 . Employee Housing P .ect Truscott said the Town Cc cil s in the process of approving the employee housing pro ' and felt that the Planning Commission should be more i lved with the approving process. Conrad reviewed the time the le for the project. Furthe discussion. Manchester r ested at the Planning Commission b advised of all future eetings reg ding the employee housing project. There being no ther business Decarlo m d for adjournment. Horton seconded All in favor. The meeting wa djourned at 5:45 p.m. Respectfu submitted, Kay Ga Secretary 3 �' 14/651 2 B.I. BUILDING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT _ CITY OF ASPEN - COUNTY OF PITKIN , COLORADO ADDRESS , GENERAL CONSTR OF JOB Ridge Run Snowmass at Aspen PERMIT UCTION WHEN SIGNED AND VALIDATED BY BUILDING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT THIS PERMIT AUTHORIZES THE WORK DESCRIBED BELOW. Duplex CLASS OF WORK: NEW a ADDITION ❑ ALTERATION ❑ REPAIR MOVE ❑ WRECK ❑ OWNER NAME AlfrAd Fiefem ADDRESS Box 1835 Aspen PHONE LICENSE LICENSE NAME (AS LICENSED) Self CLASS NUMBER U INSURANCE F ADDRESS PHONE O SUPERVISOR V FOR THIS JOB NAME DATE CERTIFIED LEGAL DESCRIPTION LOT NO. 1 BLOCK NO. 1 ADDITION Ridge Run SURVEY ATTACHED❑ DESIGN A LIC. BY BY Arthur Yuenger PE NO. AREMSIZEO 0 HEIGHT NO. TOTAL OCCUPANCY AT G0 (FEET) 25� STORIES 2 UNITS 2 GROUP I DIV. IN. SINGLE JI-� ATTACHED yf! FIRE BASIN. GARAGE DOUBLE 'J DETACHED ❑ ROOMS 11 CON'STR. q ZOHE II FIRST SIZE SPACING SPAN AGENCY AUTHORIZED DATE BELOW Z GRADE %A FLOOR 2 x 10 16 14 B ILDING BY O F REVIEW x 12 O CEILING 2 x t0 16 14 ZONING R-30 ^ EXTERIOR CONC. C] PARKING 1 FON. WALL 8 ROOF 2 x 10 16 14 B THICKNESS A5'Y OK THICK CAISSONS ci ROOFING ! PUBLIC HEALTH San. Dist. 1 SLAB B GR.BEAMS MATERIAL 4 Ply 210= 3uilt-up Roof MASONRY ABOVE ABOVE ABOVE ENGINEERING (TERIO THICKNESS IST FLR. 2ND FLR 3RD FLR. 4LL b STUD SIZE 2x4 ABOVE 26x 4C ABOVE ABOVE 2ND FLF. SRD FLR. EMARKS . � t 4k IT NOTES TO APPLICANT: FOR INSPECTIONS OR INFORMATION CALL 925-7336 FOR ALL WORK DONE UNDER THIS PERMIT THE PERMITTEE ACCEPTS FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR VALUATION COMPLIANCE WITH THE UNIFORM BUILDING CODE, THE COUNTY ZONING RESOLUTION OR CITY ZONING ORDINANCE, AND ALL OTHER COUNTY RESOLUTIONS OR CITY ORDINANCES WHICHEVER OF WORK 42,880.00 APPLIES. SEPARATE PERMITS MUST BE OBTAINED FOR ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING AND HEATING, SIGNS, PLAN TOTAL FEE !' SWIMMING POOLS AND FENCES. PERMIT EXPIRES 60 DAYS FROM DATE ISSUED UNLESS WORK IS STARTED. FILED T P V REQUIRED INSPECTIONS SHALL BE REQUESTED ONE WORKING DAY IN ADVANCE. DOUBLE CHECK y d ALL FINAL INSPECTIONS SHALL BE MADE ON ALL ITEMS OF WORK BEFORE OCCUPANCY IS PERMITTED. FEE CASH • 134.00 THIS BUILDING SHALL NOT BE OCC RTIFKATE OF OCCUPANCY HAS BEEN ISSUED.J BUILDING DEPARTMENT W PERMIT SUBJECT TO REVOCATI O SUSPENSION R ATION OF ANY LAWS GOVERNING SAME. SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT: b�o, DATE THIS FORM IS P M ONL DATE PERMIT NO. LICENSE RECEIPTS CLASS AMOUNT WHEN VALIDA RE 3/11/69 9-158 � ' &�/ / /-? � SO- b �7 (4/45) 4 B.I. BUILDING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT CITY OF ASPEN — COUNTY OF PITKIN , COLORADO PLUMBING OR ADDRESS DOMESTIC AP PL. OF JOB Ridge RLIn Summon at Aspen PERMIT W MEN SIGNED AND VALIDATED BY BVILDING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT THIS PERMIT AUTHORIZES THE WORK DESCRIBED BELOW. CLASS OF WORK: NEW EX ADDITION D ALTERATION O REPAIRO MOVE O WRECK O OWNER NAME ADDRESS Snowmasa at Aspen PHONE LICENSE LICENSE fU CLASS NUMBER NAME (AS LICENSED) Bisho Plumbin Box 868 m Sum on at Aspen PHONE ADDRESS SUPERVISOR DATE CERTIFIED FOR THIS JOB NAME PLUMBING DOMESTIC APPLIANCES OTHERS NO. OF DESCRIPTION OF WORK FLOOR ssMT. I = s ° ' ° UNITS AUTO. WASHER AUTOMATIC WASHER BATH TUB DRINK. FOUNTAIN DISH WASHER DISH WASHER WATER SOFTENER FLOOR DRAIN OTHE - GARB. DISPOSAL GREASE TRAP REMARKS SAND TRAP SEWER-SANITARY SEWER-STORM SHOWER I SINK FWy SLOP SINK UNDERGROUND SPRINKLER SYS. URINAL AUTH RIZ AGENCY ` � DATE WASH BOWL WASH TUB ZONING R-'30 WATER CLOSET 'I PUBLIC HEALTH San. Diet WATER DISTRIB. SYST. WELL ENGINEER OTHER TOTAL FIXTURES BY FLOORS VALUATION TOTAL FIXTURES ON JOB OF WORK 1200.00 NOTES TO APPLICANT: PLAN TOTAL FEE FOR INSPECTIONS OR INFORMATION CALL 925-7776 Y THE VALUATION OF EACH OF THE ABOVE UNITS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE VALUATION OF WORK. FILED T P O FOR ALL WORK DONE UNDER THIS PERMIT THE PERMITTEE ACCEPTS FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR V COMPLIANCE WITH THE TECHNICAL PLUMBING CODE REGULATIONS. PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT, DOUBLE CHECK J STATE OF COLORADO, CITY OF ASPEN ORDINANCES, AND ALL OTHER COUNTY RESOLUTIONS, FEE CASH 60 0 _ CITY ORDINANCES. STATE LAWS, WHICHEVER APPLIES. �- REQUIRED INSPECTIOµµSS��ppLL HALL BE REQUESTED ONE WORKING DAY IN ADVANCE. i PERMIT SUBJECT TO,RENOCATION OR SUSPENSION FOR VIOLATION OF ANY LAWS GOVERNING SAME. BUILDI�NTG INSPECTION DEPARTMENT A FINAL INSPECT IO SHALL BE MADE BEFORE OCCUPANCY IS PERMITTED. SIGNATURE f OF A PROVA BY DATE APPLICANT: � DATE PERMIT HO. LICENSE 4 RECEI►TS CL SS AMOUNT THIS FORM IS A PERMIT ONLY WHEN VALIDATED HERE 6/9/70 0-104 /Jp �- '40P33 ' October 28, 1971 Mr. Alfred Fiefer Box 1835 Aspen, Colorado Dear Mr. Fieffer: Our office has received complaints from residents and property owners in Ridgerun Subdivision relating to the number of persons separately residing in your house on Lot 1, Ridge- run Unit One, Snowmass at Aspen. At the time of issuance of your Permit in August, 1969 the present R-30 zoning allowed tw family dwellings and as such permits two familits to occupy your house. Due to the unusual design of your house it seems possible that five separate families could be housed with privacy. Complaints to us maintain that in fact five separate groups are occupying the house. If so, you are in violation of the Pitkin County Zoning lAv, and so we are advised, in violation of the private covenants of Ridgerun Subdivision. As the Ridgerun area becomes more developed, such excess density would develope into a substantial problem. Please contact the County Building Department as soon as possible so that we :say understand the facts of this situation. Sincerely, Hal Clark Building inspector HC/pn ,3q Box 1835 Aspen, Colorado 81611 November 1, 1971 Pitkin Coultty Building Inspector P.O. box 694 Aspen, Colorado 81611 Attn: Mr. Hal Clark Dear Mr. Clarks In response to your letter of October 28 , 1971 and our subsequent discussuion of today I am writing this letter. First of all, five families do not live in my house, nor do five separate groups of people, and they never have. Furthermore, five families cannot be accomodated in my house comfortably and with privacy any more than three families can be accomodated with privacy in a single family residence with three bedrooms. At present, one three bedroom apartment has five girls as tenants, and the other three bedroom apartment has two men. I am presently looking for additional tenants for the two men. That is the sum total of people that am renting to. I personally live in the basement manager' s quarters. You mention my permit issued in August, 1969. This permit was issued only after the Snowmass Design Control board and the Pitkin County Building Inspector fully reviewed and approved the design and scheme of my house. This is evidenced by the blueprints of my house on file in your office and , I assume , at the office of the Snowmass Design Control office. I hope that this letter clarifies the real facts of the so-called "situation" you mention, and gives the correct credence value to the complaints you've received. yirr6ere , B. Pei er door 3 ��� soc„massa�-as�co December 20 , 1971 Mr. Al E. Feifer P. O . Box 1835 Aspen, Colorado 81611 Dear Mr. Feifer: I understand you had a conversation with Bill Heldman regarding the number of kitchens in your home on Lot 1, Ridgerun I. Our records indicate that the Architectural Approval Certificate was issued 7/10/69 based upon the 6/17/69 plans of Yuenger . These plans showed only two apartments plus manager ' s quarters and two kitchens . The plans dated 8/24/69 showed three kitchens. Our records indicate these later plans were never approved. The point in bringing this up at this time is so that you and your broker are aware that the third kitchen may violate deed covenants and that any purchaser takes title subject to this possible liability. Even if it wished to, the Design Committee does not have the power to waive specific deed covenants . Sincerely , `/12^ Pete/ J. DeMuth Snowmass Design Committee PJD/a cc: R. Meeker Snowmass Design Committee X36 SNOWMASS AMERICAN CORPORATION P. O. BOX 5000 WEST VILLAGE BRANCH ASPEN.COLORADO 81611 PHONE(36]1 923-2090 January 20, 1972 Mr. Pete Demuth Box 5000 WV Aspen, Colorado Dear Pete: Enclosed you will find copies of permits issued by the Building Department for construction of the Fiefer residence in Ridgerun. You will notice that plumbing permits were issued for three kitchen sink units. Personally, I do not believe the permit for the third kitchen unit should have been granted by the Building Department as this gives permission for a tri-plex living unit to be built in an area allowing duplex units. However, these permits show that Mr. Fiefer did proceed with construction with of the approval of the Building Department. You may wish to contact Mr. Marvin Reynolds, Building Inspector at that time, for further clarification of this matter. Sincerely, Hal Clark Building Inspector HC;pe C 31 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 29 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION FOR LOT 1, RIDGE RUN UNIT I, PERMITTING THE CONDOMINIUMIZATION OF THE EXISTING DUPLEX AND MANAGER'S QUARTERS. WHEREAS, Kenneth H. Roberts and K. Brent Waldron ("Owners"), being the owner's of Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, according to the plat recorded December 1, 1967 in Plat Book 3 at Page 282 of the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder, have requested Subdivision Exemption approval in order to condominiumize the existing duplex and manager's quarters as three (3) separate units; and WHEREAS, a building permit was issued by Pitkin County on August 11, 1969 permitting the construction of a duplex within the subject lot; and WHEREAS, correspondence within the Town Community Development Department building permit file would indicate that the Pitkin County Building Inspector had knowledge that a "manager's quarters" existed within the duplex as of November 1, 1971; and WHEREAS, Planning Commission Resolution No. 1, Series of 1989, which granted a setback variance allowing portions of the existing structure extending outside the building envelope to remain, identifies the manager's quarters as existing at that time; and WHEREAS, the Owners believe that the manager's quarters qualifies as a legal non-conforming use and third unit within the structure; and WHEREAS, said unit has been rented by the Owners as an employee unit during the period in which they have owned the property; and WHEREAS, the Owners agree to restrict the sale of the manager's quarters condominium unit to employees that qualify under provisions consistent with the Town Employee Housing Guidelines for Affordable Housing sales units; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has reviewed the application and heard the recommendation of the Town Staff. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Ole 3 � � TC Reso 00-29 Page 2 Section One: Findings. Based upon the information submitted and testimony in the record, the Town Council finds as follows: 1. That the application was submitted in accordance with Section 16A-5-520 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code"). An Improvement Survey and Exemption Plat were not submitted and will be required as specified within the Section Three below. 2. Sufficient evidence has been provided to demonstrate that the "manager's unit' existed at the time the Town was incorporated and that the unit has been used and rented as employee housing during the period in which the Owners have owned the lot. The Town Council will, therefore, now find that the managers unit can be accepted as legal non-conforming for the sale and use as an employee housing unit but only if in a manner consistent with the Town Employee Housing Guidelines ("Guidelines"). 3. The Owners have agreed to restrict the sale and/or use of the manager's quarters condominium unit to individuals which qualify pursuant to the Guidelines. 4. That the request is consistent with the Review Standards for granting a subdivision exemption contained in Section 16A-5-530 of the Municipal Code. Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby grants subdivision exemption approval for Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, permitting the condominiumization of the existing duplex and manager's quarters into three (3) separate units, as generally depicted within Exhibit A, subject to the following conditions and provided that the conditions contained within Section Three below are satisfied and the manager's quarters is conveyed in accordance with the terms and conditions of this resolution on or before February 21, 2000, otherwise this resolution shall be null and void and of no effect as of that date unless further extended for good cause by the Town Council. Section Three: Conditions of Approval. 1. The condominium documents shall be amended such that the managers unit may only be sold and/or used as an employee housing unit in a manner consistent with the Town Employee Housing Guidelines. Said unit shall be deed restricted to require that any initial or subsequent TC Reso 00-29 Page 3 purchaser qualifies pursuant to the Guidelines. 2. Architectural drawings reflecting the "As-Built" condition within the basement and defining the manager's quarters shall be submitted to the Community Development Department. A report from a private building inspection consultant, whose qualifications are acceptable to the Town, shall be submitted containing their findings with regard to the . mechanical, electrical, structural and plumbing conditions found within the manager's quarters unit and recommendations as to whether modifications should occur in order for the unit to be occupied in a safe manner. Said modifications need to occur prior to any conveyance of the manager's quarters unit. 3. An Improvement Survey and Exemption Plat, being the condominium map(s), shall be submitted to the Community Development Department for review by the Planning Director and Town Attorney. 4. The limited common elements shall be clearly defined to allocate adequate on-site parking to each unit as required by Section 16A-4- 310(b) of the Municipal Code. 5. The applicant shall complete all actions or matters which in the opinion of the Planning Director and Town Attorney are necessary to satisfy or dispense with requirements of the Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code before the subject condominium map(s) may be placed of record. 6. Should problems arise that cannot properly be resolved at the administrative level, they will be presented to Town Council for direction. 7. The Mayor is hereby authorized to sign the plat only after approval as to technical and substantive completion by the Town Attorney and Planning Director. Two (2) mylar sets of the condominium map shall then be provided to the Town for signature. One (1) set shall then be recorded, at applicant's expense, with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. The other set shall be retained in the Town Community Development Department records. Section Four: Direction to Town Clerk. Following recording of the condominium map(s), the Planning Director shall provide a reduced copy to the Town Clerk who shall then attach said map(s) as Exhibit "A" of this resolution. TC Reso 00-29 Page 4 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, on the motion of Council Member and the second of Council Member , by a vote of_ in favor and _ against, on the 21st day of August, 2000. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk �I � COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: August 21, 2000 BY: Gary Suiter, Town Manager SUBJECT: Resolution No. 30, Series of 2000, A Resolution Approving 2000 Supplemental Budget Expense Items From the Pitkin County '/2 cent Sales & Use Tax Fund. OVERVIEW: This resolution, if approved, would authorize supplemental 2000 '/2 cent transit sales and use tax funding for the completion of the RTA IGA and for a loan to RFTA for the purchase of a 5-unit apartment complex in Carbondale. This resolution reflects the decisions made by the Elected Officials Transportation Committee at its July 6, 2000 and August 10, 2000 meetings — including the agreement that each jurisdiction pay its portion of the costs to put the ballot question on the November ballot. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval. p:l sharedlclerklmanager.xsdcmq.99/ SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 30 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING 2000 SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET EXPENSE ITEMS FROM THE PITKIN COUNTY 1/2 CENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX FUND WHEREAS, the Aspen City Council, the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners and the Town Council of Snowmass Village (the "Parties") have previously identified general elements of their Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (the 'Plan") which are eligible for funding from the Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax; and WHEREAS, by intergovernmental agreement dated September 14, 1993, the Parties agreed: a. to conduct regular public meetings to continue to refine and agree upon proposed projects and transportation elements consistent with or complimentary to the Plan; and b. that all expenditures and projects to be funded from the County-wide one-half cent transit sales and use tax shall be agreed upon by the Parties and evidenced by a resolution adopted by the governing body of each party; and WHEREAS, in November of 1993 Pitkin County voters authorized the issuance of up to $13,650,000 of revenue bonds for the purpose of improving the public mass transportation system in the Roaring Fork Valley (the 'Revenue Bond Authorization") if such improvements are authorized by agreement between the Parties; and WHEREAS, at a public meeting held on July 6, 2000, the Parties considered and approved supplemental funding in the amount of $50,000 for completion of the Rural Transportation Authority (RTA) Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) from the Pitkin County 1/2 cent transit sales and use tax fund; and WHEREAS, at a public meeting held on August 10, 2000, the Parties considered and approved supplemental funding in the form of a loan to the Roaring Fork Transit Agency (RFTA) in the amount of$550,000 for the purchase and minor refurbishment of a five (5) unit apartment complex at 1048 Main Street in Carbondale ($525,000 for the purchase of the apartment complex and $25,000 for minor refurbishment); with the condition that the loan be repaid by June 30, 2001 from the proceeds of a new bond issue from new or existing bonding authority; and WHEREAS, at the July 6, 2000 meeting the Parties agreed to have each jurisdiction pay its proportional share of the cost of placing the RTA ballot question on the Pitkin County November 2000 ballot; and WHEREAS, pursuant to voter approval the use tax had to be used first for the acquisition of the rail right-of-way and then for other transit projects; and WHEREAS, the Parties desire to approve the attached 2000 supplemental budget item with the understanding that upon the successful acquisition of the rail right-of-way in 1997, the one-half cent use tax revenues became available for other transit projects on an equal footing with projects funded by the one-half cent sales tax revenues; and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council wishes to ratify the approvals given at the July 6, 2000 and August 10, 2000 meetings by adoption of this resolution. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, that the following 2000 one-half cent transit sales and use tax expenditure budget items are hereby approved. 112%Transit Sales and Use Tax Supplemental Expenditure 2000 RTA IGA Completion $ 50,000 RFTA Housing Loan $550,000 Total Supplemental Budget Request $600,000 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on the_th day of 2000. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: August 21, 2000 BY: Gary Suiter, Town Manager STAFF: Steve Connor SUBJECT: Seven Star Ranch Final PUD Extension OVERVIEW: This development review has been extended, at the applicant's request, to August 21, 2000. We are expecting a letter from Joe Wells requesting an additional extension while negotiations for access continue. As of packet time, the letter had not been submitted. I have had discussions with the applicant regarding the Town's desire to utilize the 13-acre triangle for trails and welcome/entry activities. The applicant continues to view the triangle as a "fallback" building right, in the event negotiations fail. Joe Wells will be at the work session to discuss this matter in more detail. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends Council approve the extension, by motion, per the applicant's request. We also recommend that Council define a specific plan with the applicant, with timelines, in order to move this matter toward resolution. p:/shared/clerk/manager.xsc/cmq.2000/ Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Jennifer Worth by Status Report August 30, 2000 at 5 P.M. Bullets in Italics have been previously listed State of the Town August 21, 2000 Town Council/ To Mana er Activity/Staff Manager Status Mall Transit Plaza ■ MKC proceeding with further design&c cost Gary Suiter, Town Manager estimates of parking structures. Next meeting August 21". ■ Working on district formation. ■ Staff researching market value of parking space leases. Very little info available. Entryway Planning Project ■ Continuing pool dialogue with Horse Ranch HOA. Gary Suiter, Town Manager Town Manager's Office Activities ■ Proceeding w/Rodeo appraisal. Gary Suiter ■ Assistant position filled. Town Attorne Activity/Staff Manager Status Town Attorney General Activities ■ Developing ballot question for excise tax on time- Steve Connor, Town Attorney share units. • Finishing Guber trail license. • Finishing revisions to the Snowmass Club I. • Finishing Timbers project documents. • Assisting on Droste reclamation project. • Assisting with Parcel N project documents. Public Works Activity/Staff Manager Status Brush Creek Trans Corridor ■ Roger AfiIlar is developing final report. Hunt Walker ■ Dale will up date Council on Monday,August 7`h. Owl Creek Road Closure ■ Pitkin County will be closing Owl Creek Road from Hunt Walker mid-August to mid-October for realignment and paving on the eastern end of the road. Road Fund ■ Work has already begun, and will continue through Hunt Walker August and September. Wood Run Dumpster ■ I apprised Wood Run V of the Council's decision. Hunt Walker They discussed it at their August 11, 2000 Board meeting and have not responded to the Town yet. Brush Creek Trail ■ According to Dale Will there is only one property Hunt Walker left in the Brush Creek Valley that needs a trail easement. ■ On Monday,Council is going to review alignments across the 7-Star Property. Housin Acti'%7ity/Staff Manager Status Housing Department Activities ■ Creekside H-34 is for sale. I-brm for$94,935.19. Joe Coffey ■ The Housing Department is advertising for a Building Maintenance Mechanic 1 employee. ■ The Housing Office is advertising for a Secretary. ■ The Housing Office is repainting the Palisades apartment building exterior walls that are peeling. ■ Hayes Brothers Painting will repaint the exterior of the Little Red Schoolhouse. ■ Reviewing Mountain View retaining wall construction bids. Parcel N. Employee Housing ■ A Parcel "N"Public Hearing is scheduled for Joe Coffey August 21". ■ Weekly construction meetings are held on Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. at the Housing Office. ■ A site visit is scheduled for August 21" at 1:30 p.m. Finance Activity/Staff Manager Status -- Finance and Personnel Activities ■ Closing July Financial Statements Marianne Rakowski ■ Updating Capital Revenue Plan ■ Reviewing Draft Pay&Classification Plan ■ Working on financing options for Parcel `N'. ■ Began 2001 budget process. / Y��. 2 Web Page Enhancement ■ New Splash Screen (intro) Nick Tucker ■ Biking and hiking trails are complete. ■ In process of adding the Snowmass Village business directory. Town Clerk Activity/Staff Manager Status Town Clerk's Office Activities ■ Revising central file system Trudi Worline ■ "Call to Artists"for new public art in Yarrow Park is underway,proposals are due by Sept. 11th. ■ Supporting Grant Review Board meetings,Board's final decisions for recommendations to TC will be Aug. 23nd. ■ Preparing for November Election. ■ interviewing applicants for Deputy Town Clerk/Executive Secretary position. ■ Updating Town Clerk section of Town Web Page. ■ Preparing for Municipal Code Book update. ■ Checking 1999 RETT applications against Town property sales recorded with Pitkin County in 1999. ■ Supervising Public Service Worker 2 days per week. ■ Updating Business/Sales Tax License information and instructions in preparation for upcoming renewals. Police Activity/Staff Manager Status Police Department Activities ■ Laurie Smith has decided to stay with her Animal Art Smythe,Police Chief Control job and we are currently interviewing applicants for Municipal Court Clerk ■ Two new police officers, Paul Huf Cagle and Brian Madden, recently graduatedfrom the Police Academy and start with the Department on August 21". 4( 9 00000 3 Co n * Develo men' De artment Activity/Staff Manager Status Community Development Director ■ Relayed joint BOCC/TC direction regarding Activities Entryway Sign to Joe Eisen(CDOT). Craig Thompson ■ Jim Wahlstrom will be joining the department on August 28b as Senior Planner. ■ Interviewed candidate for 2nd Senior Planner position on August I6'n. Environmental and Wildli a Activities Activity/Staff Manager Status Brush Creek Field Guide. ■ Contract completed. Project timeline June 2002. T.B.A. CommunLt,E Enhancement Projects Activity/Staff Manager Status Art Work/Interpretive Signage for ■ Final design has been accepted for the mayfly trail. Brush Creek ■ Installation should occur around August 28'x. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Staff will meet with Seasons 4 this week to update them on the project. Brush Creek ■ Corp of Engineers has issued a permit to the Town. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Pre-construction meeting will be held 715 to discuss start date. ■ Town Attorney drafting easement. ■ Brush clearing will happen the week of Aug. 21". ■ Surveying will occur the week of August 281n. ■ Drop structure construction will begin Sept. 5m ■ Still to do: surveying,budget review, contract signing, stockpile location,brush clearing, rock. 4 Park Shelter ■ Gazebo w/cedar shake roofing has been ordered. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Still waiting on additional pricing for fireplace& seat wall. ■ 1 have been calling the contractor and am going to speak to other contractors because he has been non- responsive. Plans kPolia Develo went Activity/Staff Manager Status Affordable Housing Mitigation IN Article IV Housing mitigation presented July]0. Joe Coffey Brush Creek/Benedict Trail ■ Began field survey June 30`ti. ■ Waiting for survey data. ■ August 15'h—Met with the aquatic biologist/hydrologist for design input. Bio-Water Assessment ■ Monitoring has been ongoing since July. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ August 16 we began inventory of fish in Brush Creek. So far,lots of sizes and colors have been found. Greenway Master Plan ■ Staff needs to complete a final report to GOCO by Bernadette Barthelenghi Aug. 315'to receive final money. ■ Input from Planning Commission expected in August. Land Use Code Amendments IN Article V work session&First Reading, Sept. 5 Chris Conrad Trails Planning ■ Sign program to be installed this summer/fall. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Wooden signs have been ordered for back country trails. ■ A new connector trail from Gov't Trail West to Ditch Trail has been constructed. ■ A new trail is under construction along Funnel and Assay Hill to connecting the Tom Blake and Brush Creek Trail into the system. ■ Guber/Owl Creek Trail: Elam Construction is to construct the week of August 2151. ■ 1,000 new tear proof- waterproof trail maps were printed with our 12,000-map order. 5 � 510 Watershed Management Plan ■ Data in a draft form has been submitted to the Bernadette Barthelenghi Town. ■ Mapping of the watershed data was successful. Lot#3 ■ Completed August I Vh. Bernadette Barthelenghi Ma 'or Development Review U date Project / Manager Update Daly Lane Conference Center ■ Received application August 2" . Sketch Plan ■ Meeting Schedule TBD after Aug. 21 TC Meeting. Chris Conrad Parcel N Preliminary PUD ■ Planning Commission completed review August 9's. Chris Conrad ■ Town Council to review,August 21 and Sept. 5. Seven Star Ranch ■ Extension granted to August 21s'. Gary Suiter/Steve Connor Snowmass Center Expansion ■ Applicant considering withdrawal. Sketch Plan ■ Next tentative PC meeting September 6th. Chris Conrad Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch ■ Original application withdrawn June 12. Plan ■ Amended sketch plan submitted June 26. Chris Conrad ■ No hearing dates scheduled yet pending Aug. 21 determination of whether Daly Lane Con£ Center receives scheduling priority. The Timbers at Snowmass ■ Construction anticipated to commence August. Chris Conrad ■ Completed fmal plat and documents,per final PUD, being reviewed by staff to complete Aug. 18a'. Rodeo Grounds Pre-Sketch ■ Tentatively scheduled joint PC/TC meeting August Chris Conrad 5 th Minor Develo ment Review Update Project ASC SPA Amendment ■ Children's Race Building and surface 1 ift adjacent to 3. Cooper Chris Conrad Ski Trail. • TC first reading July 24. • TC Second Reading August 7`�. 5/ ' 6 Tamarack Minor ■ Minor addition to create new office space and improve pool Chris Conrad locker rooms. Approval recommended at July 26`h PC meeting. ■ Approved administratively August 18`h. Subdivision Exemption E To condommiumize existing duplex plus caretakers quarters. Lot 1,Ridge Run Unit 1 ■ Schedule for August 21"TC meeting. Chris Conrad Administration Modi i!cation, SUP, TUP, Variance Project / Manager Update -- Administrative ■ Snowmass Water Sanitation District Employee Housing, Modifications Governmental SPA. ■ Lot 15, Two.Creeks. Special Review ■ Public Works Operation Facility Expansion. Variances 10 Lot 24,Pines,PC 8116 -Approved. ,Enforcement U date Project ASC Control Building Compliance Dave Ellis Brush Creek Offices ■ Draft an agreement to resolve the land use disputes Chris Conrad between Brush Creek Offices and Woodbridge Homeowners. Scheduled for September completion. PendinFor U date Project / Manager Update AT&T Cell Site @ Timberline ■ Approved June 19. Maintenance Building IN Amended lease required, Town-owned land. Chris Conrad IN Building permit application submitted. IN Additional information needed. #*** rV - ' 7 Netbeam Wireless ■ Discussions regarding placing antennae atop Chris Conrad Snowmass Center for wireless phone and internet connections. ■ Process as minor SPA amendment. ■ Received diagram, showing location. Snowmass Real Estate Expansion ■ No application received at this time. Chris Conrad ■ Applicant preparing to submit interim SPA administrative mod fcation application. Snowmass Water& Sanitation ■ Possible re-zoning of all Water&Sanitation Chris Conrad parcels to PUB—Public along w/possible employee housing project. ■ Complete application received. Will be processed as an administrative modification. Timberline Meeting Room&Pool IN Below gradefacility adjacent to pool. Facilities Building ■ Approved May 30. Chris Conrad ■ Under construction. Trans ortation Project / Manager Update Janus Jazz ■ Finished negotiations on who will be handling their David Peckler VINGeneral parking needs and Town bus service for the Labor day Festival. Scheduling of drivers is in progress. i August 11, 2000 there is a meeting of the Inter- Mountain Regional Planning Commission from 30:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the GaJfeld County Court house, Room 402. This meeting is to review the Statewide Transportation Plan. I believe that the Town's bus replacement and Mall Transit Plaza are listed in the plan, making them eligible for 5309 funding. • I hope to be bringing the staff recommendation on free parking at Two Creeks before Council on August 14, 2000. • Will begin running our ad for winter drivers beginning next week Project Update Coordination-Gary Suiter 923-3777 est.206 Public Works-Hunt Walker 923-5110 Housing-Joe Coffey 923-2360 Community Development-Thompson/Conrad/Barthelenghi/EllistStahman/Gaun✓Coxon 923-5524 Town Clerk -Trudi Worline 923-3777 Finance-Marianne Rakowski 923-3796 Police Chief-Art Smythe 923-5330 8 / 1 r Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday I Thursday Friday Saturday August 2000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 -T.C.W.S. 2:00 -T.C.Mtg. 4:00 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 -T.C. W.S. -All Day Council 2:00 Retreat TBA 20 F2:00 22 23 24 25 26 -CAST Dinner -CAST Mtg. Grand Lake Grand Lake 6:00 p.m. 27 28 29 30 31 -E.O.T.C.Mtg. 4:00 p.m. Aspen City Council Chambers (Tenative) 0000"- vwo Sunday I Monday I Tuesday I Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday September 2-000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 - Noon Town - 5:30 pm Town Hall Mtg.-Conf. Hall Mtg.-Conf. LABOR DAY Center,Sinclair Center,Sinclair Rm. Rm. - 2:00 W.S. - 4:00 T.C.Mtg 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 - 2:00 W.S. - Nomination Petitions available for Council/Mayor/ Candidates 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 - 2:00 W.S. - 4:00 T.C.Mtg. 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ;Dp do tt 'e4 MK CENTENNIAL 402SEVENTH STREET TEL 970/928-8599 li ® ATRIUM SUITE 111 P.O.DRAWER soa FAX 970/928-8520 09NT6NNIAL aNQIN6HRINQ. INO. GLENWOOD SPRINGS,CO 81602 ■ DATE: 17 Aug 2000 • TO: Snowmass Village Town Council • FROM: Joe Kracum, PE • SUBJECT: Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza Conceptual Design Alternatives L & M At the 7 August Council meeting we were given direction to develop two options to present at the 21 August Council Meeting. The first option, named Alternative L is essentially Alternative K, presented at the 7 Aug Council meeting with some revisions and additions. The parking structure was scaled back to reduce the overall structure exposure near Brush Creek Road and vertical circulation was added between the Parking Structure and the Mall. The second option, Alternative M, is a plan for a parking structure in lots 4 and 5 and deck- overs in lots 8 and 9. Both alternatives presented include the transit plaza and pedestrian deck as presented in Alternative K. Some adjustments to unit costs were made to reflect more current cost data received on a recent roadway construction bid. Below is a summary of the two alternatives. Alternative L : Upper Parking Structure / ReGrade Lots 4 & 5 Net New Parking - 201 spaces Approximate Cost - $ 13.5 - $14.5 million Alternative M : Lower Parking Structure / Lots 8 & 9 DeckOvers Net New Parking - 204 spaces Approximate Cost - $ 14.5 - $15.5 million Both alternatives include vertical circulation with stairs, escalators, and elevators, and include a pedestrian underpass to connect the Mall with the upper parking structure. Roadways and the entire transit plaza are fully snowmelted. Consideration may be given to reduction of the overall cost of these alternatives and still provide most of the original design criteria. Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza DRAFT PRELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estimate Worksheet 17-Aug-00 Alternative L : Upper Parking Structure -(450Spaces) (Net New 201) Upper Penalty Strucfine HeGrade Lots 4 d 5 Snomnelt Road Transit Level Pedestrian Level Total Item Descroutin Units Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost Mol it zalion Is S 200.000 E 10.000 E 50,000 f 250,000 S 50.000 $ 560.000 Site Work is E 765.940 S 114,300 S 535,460 S 795,280 E 12p00 S 2,223,380 Retain) Walls Is $ 350.000 S 53000 S 150,120 E 298,000 E - $ 851,1211 Parking Structure Is E 4,700,000 E - $ - S - E - E 1,700.000 Pedestrian Dedc Is E S - S - E - E 500.000 E 500.000 KiosWReslrooms/Furniture Is E - $ - E _ - E 50.000 S 62,500 $ 112.500 veritical Circulation is f 740000 f 4,000 E - E 470,000 S - S 1,214,000 Utility Reloce Ions Is $ 200.000 S - $ - E 200,000 E - E 400,000 SnowmeRsystem Is Is 2,125 f - E 234,600 E 988,750 E - E 1,225,475 ElectricaUL 6 Is E 12,500 5 - E 6,250 S 41,250 $ 21,250 $ 81,250 Construction Items Phase Total E 6,971,000 E 182,000 E 977,000 S 3,094,000 S 647,000 S 11,868,000 Erginee ratiklCM Cost! S 937,000 E 37,000 $ 173.000 $ 443,000 $ 101,000 7 1,691,000 Projact Phase Total E 7,908,000 E 219,000 E 1,150,000 E 3,537,000 748,000 $ 13,559,000 Totals are rounded to nearest$1000 M ftatlm Cosa for monettalbn of constasson.Based on a percentage of commkllon pens. Sgt Wakk Costs to site peontat n.removal of snxmes,excavation,aackfig,wash maplal,roadway Items.pedestrian uMerPass,sbewalks,gaxa,aM landscagrg.eases On Wanrtles,pNl toss.al0wances. RnaNre Wale Costs fa tempanry eaavatm m,,nd.mabhv watls,and wag finishes.eased on Wanliges.ung costs,allowances. P.,Wv S4udat Costs la smxl comanxlk o and macl ag(al systems.Bash nn nM1owa,res arM asarulos Imm omega enginnors. Peekslrlan Deck Cosa la pedestrian deck.Based on aloymmes. K)mv lasto xmS %mtllre Cosa la reskopns.ardi street avokere.Based on asmookes. - venca CkaNatlon Costs la shreatas.mn.I.lU4$1.45,and statbnary ramP Based on allowares aM mmadactters emgamles. Utley nakragom Costs to rebcaode of emotes.Based on estimated alowances. Snmmm t System Cosa for srowmell IPGbg,naMObs,wkhg.arM Ooger.Boger assared b exalgg Gugdkg.Based on pmwmeg systan recently bsfare0 n Beaver Creek. Ehxt1ka1r J,h*g Costs fa we new Panslpmer and task skeet%ght".Based on estheales and agowmmey tot Head, ErvknekpRraerlCFNnb Costs For daslgn enkeerkv,construalon management,cash,lion a.aykv,rna,to.ty,o Islet contrd,and paak mOmmatten p,we..Caknaafed on a pwcentg d coos fide Items. This cost estimate Is preliminary only,and was based on a design level of less than 10 9:. The costs were based on a functional system and Includes only a basic exterior for the parking structures and an allowance for a simple pedestrian deck. Minimal contingencies exist In the estimate until decisions are made on architecture and amenities. The estimate assumes that all phases of the project will he packaged as one construction package with construction to be commenced In the Spring of 2001.Additional cost would be Incurred If the phases were delivered under separate construction packages and It construction starts were delayed beyond 2001. . Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza DRAFT PRELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estilllate Worksheet Alternative Oil : Lower Parking Structure & Lots 8 & 9 DeckOvers- (Net New 204) 30-May-00 Lot 8 d 9 DeckOvers Lo xer Parkin StNCNre Snowmett Road Transit level Pedesrian Level Trial item Qesc p uon Units Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost Mobilization 15 S 100,000 E 200.000 S 50,000 S 250.000 S 50,000 S 650.000 Site Work Is S 326,000 S 455,920 S 535,460 S 795,280 E 12 400 S 2,125,060 Retaining Walls k S E 280.000 S 150,120 S 298,000 S - E M8,720 Pa Stricture is E 00, 2 700,000 f 2,5000 f - f - f - $ 5.200,000 Pedestrian Deck is E 500 - E - E - E - E 500.000 $ .000 KIOsWReWOOnWFtunitlue Is S - S - S - S 50,000 S 62,500 S 112.500 Verainl Circulation Is S 910,000 S 428,000 S - E 470,000 S - f 1,809,000 Utility Relocations Is E 40,000 E t00.000 f E 200.000 S E 3�•� Snowmelt 5 sleet 15 E 2,550 E S 234,600 E 988,750 E $ 1,225,900 Electrita ti Is S 16.250 S 12,500 S 6,250 S 41,250 $ 21,250 1 S 97,500 Construction Item Phase Total $ 4.095,000 $ 3,977,000 f 977,000 S 3,094,000 S 647,000 f 12,788,1100 E kwerktg7ra0k1CM Costs Is S 543,000 f 555,000 S 173,000 S 443,000 S 101,000 S 1,815,000 Project Phase Total S 4,638,000 E 4,532,000 S 1,150,000 S 3,537,000 S 748,000 1$ 14,603,000 Totals are rounded to nearest$1000 MaO lWn Costa la mobizagon d ca%tr%:kal.Based an a axnanWgn ul cor%Vlckal gems. 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I ('k; OB-21-00 01 : 03 COLDWELL BANKER ASPEN ID-9709204378 P02/02 Joseph Wells Land Planning 602 Midland Park Place Aspen,Colorado 81611 Phone:970.925.8080 Facsimile: 970,920.4378 (Temporary) e-mail Address: WellsAspen@aol,com August 18,2000 Gary Suiter, Town Manager Steve Connor, Town Attorney Town of Snowmass Village 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 relivered by Facsimile to 923-6083 and 925-9199 Dear Gary and Steve: I am writing on behalf of Seven Star Residential Partners, Ltd., Snowmass Land Partners, Ltd. and Snowmass Partners,Ltd., owners of Seven Star Ranch. I request that the Town Council continue its review of the Seven Star Ranch Final PUD Application for an additional 91-day period,from August 21,2000 until no later than November 20, 2000, in order to give the Town Council more time to consider an ordinance regarding the Seven Star Ranch Final PUD Application. Slncer y, J eph Wells cc: John Sullivan Gideon Kaufman ra a 08/21/2000 15:27 8475791024 SHELL PROPERTIES PAGE 01 M% From:Stapntn R.Comor To:Jer"y Se"r Oath OA1212000 Time. 1:52.30 W ege ' or 3 :. sib i IN �C121/oa '7G VZ�q as O ■ PETITION CONCERNING THE CREATION OF A BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT The undersigned owners of real property in Snowmass Village, Colorado hereby declare that there is a need for a business Improvement district within the Town and hereby petition the Town Council to create a business Improvement district pursuant to the provisions of Section 31-25-1201 ll.to. C.R.S., as follows: 1. District Name. The name of the proposed district is the Snowmass Village Man Business Improvement District. 2. District Description. The general description of the boundaries and service area of the proposed District is all commercially assessed real property generally located on or IZZ abutting the Snowmass Village Mall, including without limitation the Gateway Building, y excepting the condominium owned by the Town of Snowmass Village, the two level mall area owned by the Snowr ess Village Limited Partnership composed of offices, retail Q establishments and restaurants, the Snowmass Real Estate building, the Hive Building and a. the SlWree Hotel commercial area composed of offices, retail establishments and restaurants, Including the restaurant location formerly occupied by Cowboys and the area o ua the proposed Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza Project located on parking lot -� numbers 49 and adjoining lands owned by the Town of Snowmass Village. 3. Description of Improvements. A general description of the type of improvements to be provided by the District is parking Improvements in conjunction with the construction of the Snowmass Village Mall Parking Structure Project and related street improvements. 4. Petitioner's Representatives. The names of three persons to represent the Petitioners are John Francis, Wes Jensen and Jeffrey Server. 5. Ownership and Valuation. The undersigned Petitioners are collectively the owners of reel or personal property in the service ores of the proposed District having a valuation for assessment of not lass than fifty percent (50%) of the valuation for assessment of all real and personal property end acreage in the area of the proposed District. Owner No usiness address: Signatory N e: FftNiles CsRp /*/-At- Signature- S p/t/F W.D. sltr Date: A ust31� o ` R (006 6%. Owner Nan�� Business address: Signatory Name: Signature: Date: August 21, 2000 SNOWMASS COMMUNITY POOL PROGRAM QUESTIONS-8/21/00 Pool size and configuration -Gallons are approximate-will vary with actual depths Previous Daly Lane Pool -—11 meters by 25 meters approx. 8880 cf=66,500 gallons L shape- 13 m x 25 m with 10 m x 10 m shallow leg= 11,300 cf= 85,500 gallons Z shape- 13 m x 25 m with 10 m x 10 m shallow leg and deeper leg= 16,745 cf= 125,775 gallons Other sizes and or shapes? Note that Basalt Pool is 13 m x 25 m with 6 m x 6 m shallow leg and 9 m x 9 m diving area. It also has a very small toddler pool. It has approximately 3,000 sf of building area and occupies a site of around .66 acres. Basic Program questions: Diving area,slide area or both? Small toddler pool-yes or no Concession stand- What general level of food service Size of Locker Room Facilities-Minimal changing or allow for seasonal rentals Office Space of any type beyond simple entrance office Separate Lifeguard Changing areas Type of deck material Any Snowmelted deck areas Solar heat/pre-heat system -Is pool to be open in winter? Type of fencing Spa/hot tub-Attached or separate Parking Lot Improvements Lighting-Any Night Use?-Relates to winter use as well. Pool Cover- Manual vs. semi automatic Storage for chairs,misc. Level of Landscaping Is facility to be Master Planned into other future uses at the site ° J=M THE ROSS PARTNERSHIP, P.C. ARCHITECTURE & PROJECT MANAGEMENT a 0 314 Aspen Airport Business Center, Suite C . Aspen,Colorado 81611 970 920-6980 fax 920-6994 email lrp(asopris.cet - -- TAW. 7 ..3. For ri -'-ltr': ,ct ---- L - '- rM se „ Kti°7� �� i Ft���-', � I \I ��'Mc?" �a�-e� �r•-,� j ��. TV ol AC At L_ , ;.,• -�`'"' '`--��°`��►I�}�.-fir >�''�•,> t f rt' r " s •a:�: .._ �..,: - .mss. .. � Artlr�:.%. r Zt :. _ 10,r,4 _ ... ���. • � � 7�` _ _ apt ..n.. ' . . `•y�. r -r _ I � h d 08/21/2000 15:27 8475791024 SHELL PROPERTIES PAGE 01 Oahe 0!212000 Time. +:52.30".1 Page ' et 3 J Frarte 3tePnan R.Comdr To:lettey Senwr ■ PETITION CONCERNING THE CREATION OF A BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT The undersigned owners of real property in Snowmass Village, Colorado hereby declare that there is a need for a business improvement district within the Town and hereby pet llon the Town Council to create a business improvement district pursuant to the provisions of Section 31-25-1201 g. M. C.R.S., as follows: 1. District Name. The name of the proposed district is the Snowmass Village Mall Business Improvement District. 2. District Description. The general description of the boundaries and service area of the proposed District is all commercially assessed real property generally located on or IZZ abutting the Snowmase Village Mail, including without limitation the Gateway Building, excepting the condominium owned by the Town of Snowmass Village, the two level mall area owned by the Snowmass Village Limited Partnership composed of offices, retail Q establishments and restaurants, the Snowmass Real Estate building, the Hive Building and 3- the Sitvertree Hotel commercial area composed of offices, retail establishments and restaurants, including the restaurant location formerly occupied by Cowboys and the area o a Q the proposed Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza Project located on parking lot numbers 49 and adjoining land&owned by the Town of Snowmass Village 3. Daeoriation of Improvements. A general description of the type of improvements to be provided by the District is parking improvements in conjunction with the construction of the Snowmass Village Mall Parking Structure Project and related street improvements. d. Petitioner's Represents&es. The names of three persons to represent the Petitioners are John Francis, Wes Jensen and Jeffrey Server. 5. Ownership and Valuation. The undersigned Petitioners are collectively the owners of reel or personal property in the service area of the proposed District having a valuation for assessment of not leas than fifty percent (50%) of the valuation for assessment of ail real and personal property and acreage in the area of the proposed District. Owner No usiness address: Signatory N e: tes CEO Signature- r fp r�CO/t lF DK.D. 57k Date: A ust31� ` P /(/ (0666Z. 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L �lJ CONDOMINIUM DECLARATION OF THE PARCEL N TOWNHOMES THIS DECLARATION, made on the date hereinafter set forth, by Town of Snowmass Village, hereinafter referred to as "Declarant": WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, Declarant is the owner of certain real property in the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, hereinafter referred to as the "Property", as hereinafter more particularly described; and WHEREAS, Declarant desires to create a Condominium Common Interest Community on the Property, the name of which is Parcel N Townhomes in which portions of the Property will be designated for separate ownership and the remainder of which will be designated for common ownership solely by the owners of the separate ownership portions; and WHEREAS, Declarant has caused to be incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado, Parcel N Townhome Association, a nonprofit corporation for the purpose of exercising the functions as hereinafter set forth. ARTICLE I SUBMISSION OF PROPERTY TO CONDOMINIUM REGIME 1.01 Submission of the Property. (a) Declarant hereby declares that all of the Property shall be held or sold, and conveyed subject to the following easements, restrictions, covenants and conditions which are for the purpose of protecting the value and desirability of, and which shall run with, the Property and be binding on all parties having any right, title or interest in the Property or any part thereof, their heirs, legal representatives, successors and assigns and shall inure to the benefit of each Owner thereof. Additionally, Declarant hereby submits the Property to the provisions of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, Section 38-33.3-101, at seq., C.R.S., as it may be amended from time to time, hereinafter referred to as the "Act'. In the event the Act is repealed, the Act, on the effective date of this Declaration, shall remain applicable. Page 1 of 12 1.02 Defined Terms. Each capitalized term not otherwise defined in this Declaration or in the plat or map shall have the meanings specified or used in the Act. ARTICLE 2 NAMES; DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE 2.01 Names. (a) The name of the Condominium is Parcel N Townhomes. (b) Association. The name of the Association is Parcel N Townhome Association. 2.02 Real Estate. The Condominium is located in the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado. The Property is more particularly described as follows: Parcel N, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat as filed for record in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. ARTICLE 3 THE ASSOCIATION 3.01 Authority. The business affairs of the Condominium shall be managed by the Association, a Colorado nonprofit corporation. The Association shall be governed by its Bylaws, as amended from time to time. 3.02 Powers. (a) The Association shall have all of the powers, authority and duties permitted pursuant to the Act necessary and proper to manage the business and affairs of the Condominium. (b) The Association may assign its future income, including its rights to receive Common Expense assessments, only by the affirmative vote of the Unit Owners of Units to which at least fifty-one percent (51%) of the votes in the Association are allocated, at a meeting called for that purpose. 3.03 Declarant Control. The Declarant shall have all the powers reserved in Section 38-33.3-303(5) of the Act to appoint and remove officers and members of the Executive Board. ARTICLE 4 UNITS 4.01 Number of Units. The number of Units in the Condominium is seventeen Page 2 of 12 (17). The Declarant reserves no rights to create additional Units. 4.02 Identification of Units. The identification number of each Unit is shown on the Map and Exhibit "A" of this Declaration. 4.03 Unit Boundaries. The boundaries of each Unit are located as shown on the Map and are more particularly described as follows: (a) walls, floors and ceilings are designated as boundaries of a Unit; and (b) each Unit shall include the heating, hot water and air conditioning apparatus exclusively serving the Unit whether or not located within the boundaries of the Unit. 4.04 Subdivision of Units. A Unit may not be subdivided. ARTICLE 5 COVENANT FOR COMMON EXPENSE ASSESSMENTS 5.01 Creation of Association Lien and Personal Obligation to Pay Common Expense Assessments. Declarant, for each Unit, shall be deemed to covenant and agree, and each Unit Owner, by acceptance of a deed therefor, whether or not it shall be so expressed in any such deed or other conveyance, shall be deemed to covenant and agree, to pay to the Association annual Common Expense Assessments. Such assessments, including fees, charges, late charges, attorney fees, fines and interest charged by the Association shall be the personal obligation of the Unit Owner at the time when the assessment or other charges became or fell due. The personal obligation to pay any past due sums due the Association shall not pass to a successor in title unless expressly assumed by them. The Common Expense Assessments of the Association shall be a continuing lien upon the Unit against which each such assessment is made. A lien under this Section is prior to all other liens and encumbrances on a Unit except: (1) liens and encumbrances recorded before the recordation of the Declaration; (2) a first lien Security Interest on the Unit recorded before the date on which the Common Expense Assessment sought to be enforced became delinquent; and (3) liens for real estate taxes and other governmental assessments or charges against the Unit. This Section does not prohibit an action to recover sums for which this Section creates a lien or prohibit the Association from taking a deed in lieu of foreclosure. Sale or transfer of any Unit shall not affect the Association's lien except that sale or transfer of any Unit pursuant to foreclosure of any first lien Security Interest, or any proceeding in lieu thereof, including deed in lieu of foreclosure, or cancellation or forfeiture shall only Page 3 of 12 extinguish the Association's lien as provided in the Act. No such sale, transfer, foreclosure, or any proceeding in lieu thereof, including deed in lieu of foreclosure, nor cancellation or forfeiture shall relieve any Unit from continuing liability for any Common Expense Assessments thereafter becoming due, nor from the lien thereof. 5.02 Apportionment of Common Expenses. Common Expenses shall be assessed against all Units in accordance with their percentage interest in the Common Expenses as shown on Exhibit "B" of this Declaration. 5.03 Purpose of Assessments. The assessments levied by the Association through its Executive Board shall be used for the purposes of promoting the health, safety and welfare of the residents in the Common Interest Community. 5.04 Annual Assessment/Commencement of Common Expense Assessments. The Common Expense Assessment shall be made on an annual basis against all Units and shall be based upon the Association's advance budget of the cash requirements needed by it to provide for the administration and performance of its duties during such assessment year. Common Expense Assessments may be collected in the manner as determined by the Board of Directors. Common Expense Assessments shall begin on the first day of the month in which conveyance of the first Unit to a Unit Owner other than the Declarant occurs. 5.05 Effect of Nonpayment of Assessments. Any assessment, charge or fee provided for in this Declaration, or any monthly or other installment thereof, which is not fully paid within ten (10) days after the due date thereof shall bear interest at the rate as determined by the Executive Board, and the Association may assess a late charge thereon. Further, the Association may bring an action at law or in equity, or both, against any Owner personally obligated to pay such overdue assessments, charges or fees, or monthly or other installments thereof, and may also proceed to foreclose its lien against such Owner's Unit. An action at law or in equity by the Association against an Owner to recover a money judgment for unpaid assessments, charges or fees, or monthly or other installments thereof, may be commenced and pursued by the Association without foreclosing, or in any way waiving, the Association's lien therefor. 5.06 Working Fund. The Association or Declarant shall require the first Owner of each Unit (other than Declarant) to make a non-refundable payment to the Association in an amount equal to one-sixth (1/6th) of the annual Common Expense Assessment against that Unit in effect at the closing thereof, which sum shall be held, without interest, by the Association as a working fund. Said working fund shall be collected and transferred to the Association at the time of closing of the sale by Declarant or each Unitas aforesaid, and shall be maintained for the use and benefit of the Association. Such payment shall not relieve an Owner from making regular payments of assessments as the same become due. Upon the transfer of his Unit, an Owner shall be entitled to a credit from his transferee for any unused portion of the Page 4 of 12 aforesaid working fund. ARTICLE 6 LIMITED COMMON ELEMENTS 6.01 Limited Common Element. (a) A "Limited Common Element' means a portion of the Common Elements, designated in this Declaration, or on the plat or map, or by the Act, for the exclusive use of one or more but fewer than all of the Units. (b) The following portions of the building(s) in addition to the portions described in Section 38-33.3-202(1)(b) and (d) of the Act, are(is) designated as Limited Common Elements: (i) balconies (ii) doors leading from Units to balconies, and their related frames, sills and hardware; and (iii) doors leading from Units to interior corridors which are Common Elements; (iv) carports; and (v) as denoted on the Map. 6.02 Allocation of Reserved Limited Common Elements. (a) Portions of the Common Elements are marked on the plat or map as "Common Elements which may be allocated as Limited Common Elements". These portions of the Common Elements include, without limitation, vehicle parking areas, portions of the basement of the building which may be used for storage purposes and other areas. (b) The Declarant reserves the right to allocate specified areas which constitute a part of these Common Elements as Limited Common Elements for the exclusive use of the owners of Units to which these specified areas shall become appurtenant. The Declarant may assign such Common Elements as Limited Common Element areas pursuant to the provisions of Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-208 of the Act (i) by making such an allocation in a recorded instrument or (ii) in the deed to the Unit to which such Limited Common Element storage area shall be appurtenant or (iii) by recording an appropriate amendment or supplement to this Declaration. Such allocations by the Declarant may be to Units owned by the Declarant. Subsequent to the Declarant control period, the right of allocation pursuant to this Section shall pass from the Declarant to the Executive Board and the Declarant may not thereafter exercise any such right. 6.03 Allocation of Specified Common Elements. The Executive Board may designate parts of the Common Elements from time to time for use by less than all of the Unit owners or by nonowners for specified periods of time or by only those persons Page 5 of 12 paying fees or satisfying other reasonable conditions for use as may be established by the Executive Board. Any such designation by the Executive Board shall not be a sale or disposition of such portions of the Common Elements. ARTICLE 7 MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT 7.01 Limited Common Elements. The owner of a Unit to which any doorstep, stoop, porch, balcony or patio is allocated shall be responsible for removal of snow, leaves and debris therefrom. 7.02 Expense Allocation. Any Common Expense associated with the maintenance, repair or replacement of a Limited Common Element shall be assessed equally against the Units to which the Limited Common Element is assigned. ARTICLE 8 DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS AND OTHER SPECIAL DECLARANT RIGHTS 8.01 Development Rights and Special Declarant Rights. The Declarant reserves the following Development Rights and other Special Declarant Rights for the maximum time limit allowed by law: (a) the right to complete or make improvements indicated on the plats or maps; (b) the right to maintain sales offices, management offices and models in Units or on the Common Elements; (c) the right to maintain signs on the Condominium to advertise the Condominium; (d) the right to use, and to permit others to use, easements through the common Elements as may be reasonably necessary for the purpose of discharging the Declarant's obligations under the Act and this Declaration; and (f) the right to appoint or remove any officer of the Association or any Director during the Declarant Control Period consistent with the Act. (g) To facilitate the completion of work by the Declarant and that the Property be established as a fully occupied residential community as rapidly as possible, neither any Owner nor the Association shall do anything to, and nothing in this Declaration shall be understood or construed to prevent Declarant, its successors and Page 6 of 12 assigns , or its or their contractors or subcontractors from: performing on any Unit owned by it whatever it determines to be necessary or advisable in connection with the completion of such work, including without limitation, the alteration of construction plans and designs as Declarant deems advisable in the course of development; or from erecting, constructing and maintaining on any portion of the Property such structures as may be reasonably necessary for the conduct of its or their business of completing the work and establishing the Property as a residential community and disposing of the same in Units by sale, lease or otherwise; or conducting on any portion of the Property its or their business of developing, subdividing, grading and constructing Units and other Improvements on the Property; or maintaining such sign or signs on the Property as may be necessary in connection with the sale or lease of Units. Page 7 of 12 8.02 Limitations on Development Rights and Special Declarant Rights. Unless sooner terminated by a recorded instrument signed by the Declarant, any Development Right or Special Declarant Right may be exercised by the Declarant for the period of time specified in the Act. ARTICLE 9 ALLOCATED INTERESTS 9.01 Allocated Interests. The undivided interest in the Common Elements, the Common Expense liability and votes in the Association allocated to each Unit are set forth in Exhibit "B". 9.02 Determination of Allocated Interests. The interests allocated to each Unit have been calculated on the basis of square footage. ARTICLE 10 RESTRICTIONS ON USE, ALIENATION AND OCCUPANCY 10.01 Use and Occupancy Restrictions. Subject to the Development Rights and Special Declarant Rights reserved by the Declarant, the following use restrictions apply to all Units and to the Common Elements: 10.02 Use as Residences Only. Each Unit shall be used, whether by an Owner or his lessee, only as a residence. A Unit may be used for professional or administrative occupations without external evidence thereof, subject to any zoning ordinances or statutes existing from time to time affecting the Property, so long as the conduct of occupations in the Unit is merely incidental to the use of the Unit as a residence. 10.03 Nuisances. No noxious or offensive activity shall be carried on, in or upon any Common Element, nor shall anything be done therein or in any Unit which may be or become an unreasonable annoyance or a nuisance to any other Owner or resident of a Unit. No loud noises or noxious odors shall be permitted on the Property, and the Association shall have the right to determine if any activity, noise or odor constitutes a nuisance. No Owner shall permit or cause anything to be done or kept on the Property which will increase the rate of insurance thereon obtained under Section , or result in the cancellation of such insurance. Each Owner shall be accountable to the Association and other Owners for the conduct and behavior of persons residing in or visiting his Unit. Any damage to the Common Elements, personal property of the Association or property of another Owner, caused by any residents or visitors, shall be repaired at the sole expense of the Owner in whose Unit such persons are residing or Page 8 of 12 visiting. 10.04 Sign Restrictions. No sign, poster, display, billboard or other advertising device shall be displayed to the public view on any portion of the Property, without the prior written consent of the Board, except as may be used by Declarant or its designated agents to advertise Units for sale or lease. 10.05 Car Port and Parking Restrictions. The following parking regulations shall apply to the Property: (a) No Owner shall park any vehicle on the Property except wholly within a parking area designated therefor. (b) No inoperable vehicle shall be stored. (c) No Owner shall park any large, commercial-type vehicle on the Property. (d) No Owner shall conduct or permit to be conducted major repairs or restorations of any vehicle of whatever kind. (e) Motorcycles shall be parked only in designated parking areas. (f) One (1) vehicle may be parked per bedroom in the Unit. (g) No trailers, boats, campers or the like may be parked on the Property at any time. 10.06 Pet Restrictions. No animals, livestock, reptiles or poultry shall be kept in any Unit, except usual and customary domestic animals provided they are not kept, raised, or bred for commercial purposes or in unreasonable numbers as determined by the Board, provided, however, one (1) dog or one (1) cat per Unit is allowed. The Board shall have the right to issue rules and regulations it deems appropriate concerning or prohibiting the keeping of pets and the obligations of Owners and residents in connection therewith. An Owner shall be absolutely liable to each and all other Owners, their families, guests and invitees and the Association, for any unreasonable noise or damage to person or property caused by any animal brought or kept on the Property by such Owner or by members of his family, his tenants or his guests. It is also the absolute responsibility of each such Owner to clean up after any such animals on the Common Elements or any other portion of the Property. 10.07 Eyesores and Fire Restrictions. No clothes, sheets, blankets, laundry of any kind or other articles shall be hung out or exposed on any part of the Common Elements. The Common Elements shall be kept free and clear of rubbish, debris and other unsightly materials. Trash, garbage or other waste shall be disposed of only by Page 9 of 12 depositing same into a designated trash container. No portion of the Property shall be used for the storage of building materials, refuse or any other material, including, without limitation, personal effects such as boats, trailers or machinery, other than in connection with approved construction. There shall be no exterior fires, except barbecue fires contained within receptacles therefor unless otherwise regulated or prohibited by the Board. 10.08 Storage. No storage of personal effects shall be permitted: a. in any deck area except items such as barbecue grills and deck furniture that do not present a visual impact. b. in a carport only in enclosed attic space. 10.09 Window Covering. All blinds, curtains and draperies installed in a Unit shall contain a backing of uniform color to be determined by the Association to present a uniform exterior appearance. 10.10 Out-Building Restrictions. No out-building, tent, shed, shack or other temporary building or improvement shall be placed upon any portion of the Property, except as permitted by the Board or in connection with approved construction. No trailer, camper, motor-home or recreation vehicle on the Property shall be used as a residence, either temporarily or permanently. 10.11 Structural Integrity. Nothing shall be done in any Unit, or in, on or to the Common Elements, which will impair the structural integrity of any building, or which would structurally change any building, except as otherwise provided in this Declaration. 10.12 Restrictions on Alienation. A Unit may not be conveyed pursuant to time- sharing arrangement described in Colorado Revised Statutes Section 38-33-110 to 113. A Unit may not be leased or rented without the approval of Declarant. ARTICLE 11 EASEMENTS AND LICENSES 11.01 Recording Data. All easements and licenses to which the Condominium is presently subject are recited in Exhibit "A". Pagel 0 of 12 In addition, the Condominium may be subject to other easements or licenses granted by the Declarant pursuant to Section 8.01 in this Declaration. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Declarant has caused this Declaration to be executed on 2000. Town of Snowmass Village By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager ACKNOWLEDGMENT STATE OF COLORADO ) ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The foregoing Condominium Declaration was acknowledged before me by Gary Suiter, as Town Manager of the Town of Snowmass Village, on , 2000. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. My commission expires: Notary Public Page 11 of 12 EXHIBIT "B" TABLE OF INTERESTS Unit Number Percentage Share Percentage Share Vote in the Affairs of Common of Common of the Association Elements Expenses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 100.00% 100.00% Page 12 of 12 ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION PARCEL N HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION The undersigned hereby signs and acknowledges, for delivery in duplicate to the Secretary of State of Colorado, these Articles of Incorporation under the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act. ARTICLE 1 NAME The name of this corporation is PARCEL N HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, hereinafter referred to as the "Association". ARTICLE 2 DURATION The duration of the Association shall be perpetual. ARTICLE 3 PURPOSES AND POWERS OF ASSOCIATION 3.1 The Association shall operate the Common Interest Community known as the Parcel N Townhomes, located in the Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado, in accordance with the powers set forth in the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, as amended, and the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act, as amended. 3.2 The Association shall promote the health, safety, welfare, and common benefit of the residents of the Common Interest Community. 3.3 The Association shall do any and all permitted acts, and shall have and exercise any and all powers, rights, and privileges which are granted to a Common Interest Community Association under the laws of the State of Colorado and the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and other governing documents of the Association. 3.4 The foregoing statements of purpose shall be construed as a statement of both purposes and powers. The purposes and powers stated in each clause shall not be limited or restricted by Page 1 of 6 reference to or interference from the terms or provisions of any other clause, but shall be broadly construed as independent purposes and powers. 3.5 The Association is vested with the obligation of operation and maintenance of the common areas of the Parcel N Townhomes, pursuant to the Condominium Declaration for the Parcel N Townhomes filed for record in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. 3.6 The Board of Directors and the officers of the Corporation shall have no personal liability to the Corporation or its members for monetary damages arising from breach of fiduciary duty as a Director or officer except as expressly limited by the provisions of Colorado Revised Statutes 7-22-101(r). The Corporation shall indemnify the Directors and the officers as contemplated in Colorado Revised Statutes 7-22- 101.5. ARTICLE 4 NONPROFIT The Association shall be a nonprofit corporation, without shares of stock. ARTICLE 5 MEMBERSHIP RIGHTS AND QUALIFICATIONS 5.1 The classes, rights, and qualifications and the manner of election or appointment of members are as follows: (a) the members shall be of one (1) class, Owners who own a Unit as defined in the Declaration; (b) any person who holds title to a Unit shall be a member of the Association, provided that there shall be only one (1) membership for each unit owned; (c) membership shall be automatically transferred upon the conveyance of that Unit; (d) voting shall be one (1) vote per Unit, and the vote to which each membership is entitled is the vote assigned to its Unit in the Declaration; (e) if a Unit is owned by more than one (1) person, those persons shall Page 2 of 6 agree among themselves how a vote for that Unit's membership is to be cast. Individual co-owners may not cast fractional votes. A vote by a co-owner for the entire Unit's membership interest shall be deemed to be pursuant to a valid proxy, unless another co-owner of the same Unit objects at the time the vote is cast, in which case such membership's vote shall not be counted. ARTICLE 6 DECLARANT RESERVED RIGHTS The Declarant of the Parcel N Townhomes shall have additional rights and qualifications as may be provided under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act and the Declaration. During the period of Declarant control, the Declarant, or persons designated by Declarant, subject to certain limitations, may appoint and remove the officers and members of the Board of Directors. The period of Declarant control terminates sixty (60) days after the conveyance of seventy-five percent (75%) of the Units that may be created to Owners other than Declarant. The Declarant may voluntarily surrender the right to appoint and remove officers and Directors before termination of the periods of Declarant control, but in that event, the Declarant may require, for the duration of the period of Declarant control, that specified actions of the Association or Board of Directors, as described in a recorded instrument executed by the Declarant, be approved by the Declarant before they become effective. Not later than sixty (60) days after conveyance of twenty-five percent (25%) of the Units that may be created to Owners other than Declarant, at least one (1) member, and not less than twenty-five percent (25%) of the members of the Board of Directors, shall be elected by Owners other than Declarant. Not later than sixty (60) days after conveyance of fifty percent (50%) of the Units that may be created to Owners other than Declarant, not less than one-third (1/3) of the members of the Board of Directors must be elected by Owners other than Declarant. ARTICLE 7 REGISTERED AGENT FOR SERVICE AND ADDRESS The initial registered agent of the Association shall be Joe Coffey, at the registered address of 16 Kearns Road, Post Office Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado, 81615. Page 3 of 6 ARTICLE 8 BOARD OF DIRECTORS The initial Board of Directors shall consist of three (3) persons. The names and addresses of the persons who shall serve as Directors until their successors shall be elected and qualified are as follows: Michael Manchester 16 Kearns Road Post Office Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Gary Suiter 16 Kearns Road Post Office Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Joe Coffey 16 Kearns Road Post Office Box 5010 Showmass Village, Colorado 81615 ARTICLE 9 INCORPORATOR The name and address of the incorporator is: Joe Coffey 16 Kearns Road Post Office Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 ARTICLE 10 AMENDMENT Amendment of these Articles shall require the assent of at least two-thirds (2/3) of the members of the Association as provided in the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act. Page 4 of 6 Page 5 of 6 ARTICLE 11 DISSOLUTION Upon dissolution or final liquidation of the Association, other than by merger or consolidation, the assets of the Association shall be allocated to the members in the same proportions as the number of units owned by each member bears to the total number of Units in Parcel N Townhomes and shall be disbursed, net of expenses and debts of the Association, to the members and their mortgagees, or as their respective interests may appear. ARTICLE 12 EXECUTION IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned incorporator has signed these Articles in duplicate this day of September, 2000 Joe Coffey STATE OF COLORADO ) ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The foregoing Articles of Incorporation were acknowledged before me this day of September, 2000 by Joe Coffey. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. My commission expires: Notary Public Page 6 of 6 BYLAWS OF PARCEL N HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION ARTICLE 1 - INTRODUCTION These are the Bylaws of The Crossings Homeowners Association, which shall operate under the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act, as amended, and the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, as amended, Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-101, et seg., hereinafter referred to as the "Act', the Articles of Incorporation of the Association, and the Declaration the Parcel N Townhomes, filed for record in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado as Reception Number ARTICLE 2 - BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2.1 Number and Qualification—Termination of Declarant Control. (a) The affairs of the Association shall be governed by an Board of Directors which, until the termination of the period of Declarant control, shall consist of five (5) persons, the majority of whom, excepting the Directors appointed by the Declarant, shall be Owners. If any Unit is owned by a partnership or corporation, any officer, partner or employee of that Owner shall be eligible to serve as a Director and shall be deemed to be an Owner for the purposes of the preceding sentence. Directors shall be elected by the Owners. At any meeting at which Directors are to be elected, the Owners may, by resolution, adopt specific procedures which are not inconsistent with these Bylaws or the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act for conducting the elections. (b) The terms of all Directors shall expire annually. (c) The Declaration shall govern appointment of Directors of the Board of Directors during the period of Declarant control. (d) The Board of Directors shall elect the officers. The Directors and officers shall take office upon election. 2.2 Powers and Duties. The Board of Directors may act in all instances on behalf of the Association, except as provided in the Declaration, these Bylaws or the Act. The Board of Directors shall have, subject to the limitations contained in the Declaration and the Act, the powers and duties necessary for the administration of the affairs of the Association, including the following powers and duties: (a) Adopt and amend Bylaws and Rules and Regulations; (b) Adopt and amend budgets for revenues, expenditures and reserves; (c) Collect assessments for Common Expenses from Owners; (d) Hire and discharge managing agents; (e) Hire and discharge employees, independent contractors and agents other than managing agents; (f) Institute, defend or intervene in litigation or administrative proceedings or seek injunctive relief for violations of the Association's Declaration, Bylaws or Rules in the Association's name, on behalf of the Association or two (2) or more Owners on matters affecting the Association; (g) Make contracts and incur liabilities; (h) Regulate the use, maintenance, repair, replacement and modification of Common Elements; (i) Cause additional improvements to be made as a part of the Common Elements; Q) Acquire, hold, encumber and convey, in the Association's name, any right, title or interest to real estate or personal property, but Common Elements may be conveyed or subjected to a security interest only pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-312; (k) Grant easements for any period of time, including permanent easements, and grant leases, licenses and concessions for no more than one (1) year, through or over the Common Elements; (1) Impose and receive a payment, fee or charge for services provided to Owners and for the use, rental or operation of the Common Elements, other than Limited Common Elements described in Colorado Revised Statutes 38- 33.3-202 (1)(b) and (d); (m) Impose a reasonable charge for late payment of assessments and, after notice and hearing, levy a reasonable fine for a violation of the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of the Association; (n) Impose a reasonable charge for the preparation and recording of amendments to the Declaration or statements of unpaid assessments; (o) Provide for the indemnification of the Association's officers and the Board of Directors and maintain Directors' and officers' liability insurance; (p) Exercise any other powers conferred by the Declaration or Bylaws; (q) Exercise any power that may be exercised in the state by a legal entity of the same type as the Association; (r) Exercise any other power necessary and proper for the governance and operation of the Association; 2.3 Manager. The Board of Directors may employ a Manager for the Association, at a compensation established by the Board of Directors, to perform duties and services authorized by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors may delegate to the Manager only the powers granted to the Board of Directors by these Bylaws under Section 2.2, Subdivisions (c), (e), (g) and (h). Licenses, concessions and contracts may be executed by the Manager pursuant to specific resolutions of the Board of Directors and to fulfill the requirements of the budget. 2.4 Removal of Directors. The Owners, by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of all persons present and entitled to vote, at any meeting of the Owners at which a quorum is present, may remove any Director of the Board of Directors, other than a Director appointed by the Declarant, with or without cause. 2.5 Vacancies. Vacancies in the Board of Directors, caused by any reason other than the removal of a Director by a vote of the Owners, may be filled at a special meeting of the Board of Directors held for that purpose at any time after the occurrence of the vacancy, even though the Directors present at that meeting may constitute less than a quorum. These appointments shall be made in the following manner: (a) As to vacancies of Directors whom Owners other than the Declarant elected, by a majority of the remaining elected Directors constituting the Board of Directors; and (b) As to vacancies of Directors whom the Declarant has the right to appoint, by the Declarant. Each person so elected or appointed shall be a Director for the remainder of the term of the Director so replaced. 2.6 Regular Meetings. The first regular meeting of the Board of Directors following each annual meeting of the Owners shall be held within ten (10) days after the annual meeting at a time and place to be set by the Owners at the meeting at which the Board of Directors shall have been elected. No notice shall be necessary to the newly elected Directors in order to legally constitute such meeting, provided a majority of the Directors are present. The Board of Directors may set a schedule of additional regular meetings by resolution, and no further notice is necessary to constitute regular meetings. 2.7 Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Board of Directors may be called by the president or by a majority of the Directors on at least three (3) business days' notice to each Director. The Notice shall be hand delivered or mailed and shall state the time, place and purpose of the meeting. 2.8 Location of Meetings. All meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held within the Town of Snowmass Village. 2.9 Waiver of Notice. Any Director may waive notice of any meeting in writing. Attendance by a Director at any meeting of the Board of Directors shall constitute a waiver of notice. If all the Directors are present at any meeting, no notice shall be required, and any business may be transacted at such meeting. 2.10 Quorum of Directors. At all meetings of the Board of Directors, a majority of the Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and the votes of a majority of the Directors present at a meeting at which a quorum is present shall constitute a decision of the Board of Directors. If, at any meeting, there shall be less than a quorum present, a majority of those present may adjourn the meeting. At any adjourned meeting at which a quorum is present, any business which might have been transacted at the meeting originally called may be transacted without further notice. 2.11 Consent to Corporate Action. If all the Directors or all Directors of a committee established for such purposes, as the case may be, severally or collectively consent in writing to any action taken or to be taken by the Association, and the number of the Directors constitutes a quorum, that action shall be a valid corporate action as though it had been authorized at a meeting of the Board of Directors or the committee, as the case may be. The secretary shall file these consents with the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors. 2.12 Telephone Communication in Lieu of Attendance. A Director may attend a meeting of the Board of Directors by using an electronic or telephonic communication method whereby the Director may be heard by the other members and may hear the deliberations of the other members on any matter properly brought before the Board of Directors. The Director's vote shall be counted and the presence noted as if that Director were present in person on that particular matter. ARTICLE 3 - OWNERS 3.1 Annual Meeting. Annual meetings of Owners shall be held in the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, at such date set forth in the notice. At these meetings, the Directors shall be elected by ballot of the Owners, in accordance with the provisions of Article 2 of the Bylaws. The Owners may transact other business as may properly come before them at these meetings. 3.2 Budget Meeting. Meetings of Owners to consider proposed budgets shall be called in accordance with the Act. The budget may be considered at Annual or Special Meetings called for other purposes as well. 3.3 Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Association may be called by the president, by a majority of the members of the Board of Directors or by Owners comprising twenty percent (20%) of the votes in the Association. 3.4 Place of Meetings. Meetings of the Owners shall be held at the project or may be adjourned to a suitable place convenient to Owners, as may be designated by the Board of Directors or the president. 3.5 Notice of Meetings. The secretary or other officer specified in the Bylaws shall cause notice of meetings of the Owners to be hand delivered or sent prepaid by United States mail to the mailing address of each Unit or to the mailing address designated in writing by the Owner, not less than ten (10) nor more than sixty (60) days in advance of a meeting. No action shall be adopted at a meeting except as stated in the notice. 3.6 Waiver of Notice. Any Owner may, at any time, waive notice of any meeting of the Owners in writing, and the waiver shall be deemed equivalent to the receipt of notice. 3.7 Adjournment of Meeting. At any meeting of Owners, a majority of the Owners who are present at that meeting, either in person or in proxy, may adjourn the meeting to another time. 3.8 Order of Business. The order of business at all meetings of the Owners shall be as follows: (a) Roll call; (b) Proof of notice of meeting; (c) Reading of minutes of preceding meeting; (d) Reports; (g) Election of Members of the Board of Directors; (h) Ratification of budget; (i) Unfinished business; and Q) New business. 3.9 Voting. (a) If only (1) one of several owners of a Unit is present at a meeting of the Association, the owner present is entitled to cast all the Votes allocated to the Unit. If more than one (1) of the owners are present, the Votes allocated to the Unit may be cast only in accordance with the agreement of a majority in interest of the owners. There is a majority agreement if any one (1) of the owners casts the Votes allocated to the Unit without protest being made promptly to the person presiding over the meeting by another owner of the Unit. (b) Votes allocated to a Unit may be cast under a proxy duly executed by an Owner. If a Unit is owned by more than one person, each Owner of the Unit may vote or register protest to the casting of votes by the other owners of the Unit through a duly executed proxy. An Owner may revoke a proxy given under this section only by actual notice of revocation to the person presiding over a meeting of the Association. A proxy is void if it is not dated or purports to be revocable without notice. A proxy terminates one year after its date, unless it specifies a shorter term. 3.10 Quorum. Except as otherwise provided in these Bylaws, the Owners present in person or by proxy at any meeting of Owners, but no less than fifty-one percent (51%) of the members, shall constitute a quorum at that meeting. 3.11 Majority Vote. The Vote of a majority of the Owners present in person or by proxy at a meeting at which a quorum shall be present shall be binding upon all Owners for all purposes except where a higher percentage Vote is required in the Declaration, these Bylaws or by law. ARTICLE 4 - OFFICERS 4.1 Designation. The principal officers of the Association shall be the president, the vice president, the secretary and the treasurer, all of whom shall be elected by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors may appoint an assistant treasurer, an assistant secretary and other officers as it finds necessary. The president and vice president, but no other officers, need to be Directors. Any two offices may be held by the same person, except the offices of president and secretary. The office of vice president may be vacant. 4.2 Election of Officers. The officers of the Association shall be elected annually by the Board of Directors at the organizational meeting of each new Board of Directors. They shall hold office at the pleasure of the Board of Directors. 4.3 Removal of Officers. Upon the affirmative vote of a majority of the Directors, any officer may be removed, either with or without cause. A successor may be elected at any regular meeting of the Board of Directors or at any special meeting of the Board of Directors called for that purpose. 4.4 President. The president shall be the chief executive officer of the Association. The president shall preside at all meetings of the Owners and of the Board of Directors. The president shall have all of the general powers and duties which are incident to the office of president of a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Colorado, including but not limited to the power to appoint committees from among the Owners from time to time as the president may decide is appropriate to assist in the conduct of the affairs of the Association. The president may fulfill the role of treasurer in the absence of the treasurer. The president may cause to be prepared and may execute amendments, attested by the secretary, to the Declaration and these Bylaws on behalf of the Association, following authorization or approval of the particular amendment as applicable. 4.5 Vice President. The vice president shall take the place of the president and perform the president's duties whenever the president is absent or unable to act. If neither the president nor the vice president is able to act, the Board of Directors shall appoint some other Director to act in the place of the president on an interim basis. The vice president shall also perform other duties imposed by the Board of Directors or by the president. 4.6 Secretary. The secretary shall keep the minutes of all meetings of the Owners and the Board of Directors. The secretary shall have charge of the Association's books and papers as the Board of Directors may direct and shall perform all the duties incident to the office of secretary of a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Colorado. The secretary may cause to be prepared and may attest to execution by the president of amendments to the Declaration and the Bylaws on behalf of the Association, following authorization or approval of the particular amendment as applicable. 4.7 Treasurer. The treasurer shall be responsible for Association funds and securities, for keeping full and accurate financial records and books of account showing all receipts and disbursements and for the preparation of all required financial data. This officer shall be responsible for the deposit of all monies and other valuable effects in depositories designated by the Board of Directors and shall perform all the duties incident to the office of treasurer of a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Colorado. The treasurer may endorse on behalf of the Association, for collection only, checks, notes and their obligations and shall deposit the same and all monies in the name of and to the credit of the Association in banks designated by the Board of Directors. Except for reserve funds described below, the treasurer may have custody of and shall have the power to endorse for transfer, on behalf of the Association, stock, securities or other investment instruments owned or controlled by the Association or as fiduciary for others. Reserve funds of the Association shall be deposited in segregated accounts or in prudent investments, as the Board of Directors decides. Funds may be withdrawn from these reserves for the purposes for which they were deposited, by check or order, authorized by the treasurer, and executed by two (2) Directors, one (1) of whom may be the treasurer if the treasurer is also a Director. 4.8 Agreements, Contracts, Deeds, Checks, etc. Except as provided in Sections 4.4, 4.6, 4.7 and 4.9 of these Bylaws, all agreements, contracts, deeds, leases, checks and other instruments of the Association shall be executed by persons designated by the Board of Directors. 4.9 Statements of Unpaid Assessments. The treasurer, assistant treasurer, a manager employed by the Association or, in their absence, any officer having access to the books and records of the Association may prepare, certify and execute statements of unpaid assessments, in accordance with Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-316. The Association may charge a reasonable fee for preparing statements of unpaid assessments. The amount of this fee and the time of payment shall be established by resolution of the Board of Directors. Any unpaid fees may be assessed as a Common Expense against the Unit for which the certificate or statement is furnished. ARTICLE 5 - ENFORCEMENT 5.1 Abatement and Enjoinment of Violations of Owners. The violation of any of the Rules and Regulations adopted by the Board of Directors or the breach of any provision of the Documents shall give the Board of Directors the right, after notice and hearing, except in case of an emergency, in addition to any other rights set forth in these Bylaws: (a) To enter the Unit or Limited Common Element in which, or as to which, the violation or breach exists and to summarily abate and remove, at the expense of the defaulting Owner, any structure, thing or condition (except for additions or alterations of a permanent nature that may exist in that Unit)that is existing and creating a danger to the Common Elements contrary to the intent and meaning of the provisions of the Documents. The Board of Directors shall not be deemed liable for any manner of trespass by this action; or (b) To enjoin, abate or remedy by appropriate legal proceedings, either at law or in equity, the continuance of any breach. 5.2 Fine for Violation. By resolution, following notice and hearing, the Board of Directors may levy a fine of up to $25.00 per day for each day that a violation of the Documents or Rules persists after notice and hearing, but this amount shall not exceed that amount necessary to insure compliance with the rule or order of the Board of Directors. ARTICLE 6 - INDEMNIFICATION The Directors and officers of the Association shall have the liabilities, and be entitled to indemnification, as provided in Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act, the provisions of which are incorporated by reference and made a part of this document. ARTICLE 7 - RECORDS 7.1 Records and Audits. The Association shall maintain financial records. The cost of any audit shall be a Common Expense unless otherwise provided in the Documents. 7.2 Examination. All records maintained by the Association or the Manager shall be available for examination and copying by any Owner, any holder of a Security Interest in a Unit or its insurer or guarantor, or by any of their duly authorized agents or attorneys, at the expense of the person examining the records, during normal business hours after reasonable notice. 7.3 Records. The Association shall keep the following records: (a) An account for each Unit, which shall designate the name and address of each Owner, the name and address of each mortgagee who has given notice to the Association that it holds a mortgage on the Unit, the amount of each Common Expense assessment, the dates on which each assessment comes due, the amounts paid on the account and the balance due; (b) An account for each Owner showing any other fees payable by the Owner; (c) A record of any capital expenditures in excess of $3,000.00 approved by the Board of Directors for the current and next two (2) succeeding fiscal years; (d) A record of the amount and an accurate account of the current balance of any reserves for capital expenditures, replacement and emergency repairs, together with the amount of those portions of reserves designated by the Association for a specific project; (e) The most recent regularly prepared balance sheet and expense statement, if any, of the Association; (f) The current operating budget adopted pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-315(1) and ratified pursuant to the procedures of Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-303(4); (g) A record of any unsatisfied judgments against the Association and the existence of any pending suits in which the Association is a defendant; (h) A record of insurance coverage provided for the benefit of Owners and the Association; (i) A record of any alterations or improvements to Units or Limited Common Elements which violate any provisions of the Declarations of which the Board of Directors has knowledge; 0) A record of any violations, with respect to any portion of the Association, of health, safety, fire or building codes or laws, ordinances, or regulations of which the Board of Directors has knowledge; (k) A record of the actual cost, irrespective of discounts and allowances, of the maintenance of the Common Elements; (1) Balance sheets and other records required by local corporate law; (m) Tax returns for state and federal income taxation; (n) Minutes of proceedings of incorporators, Owners, Directors, committees of Directors and waivers of notice; (o) A copy of the most current versions of the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and resolutions of the Board of Directors, along with their exhibits and schedules. ARTICLE 8 - ARBITRATION In the event that the Board of Directors is unable to carry out its functions required by the provisions of the Articles of Incorporation, these Bylaws, the Condominium Declaration or the Common Interest Ownership Act because of the failure to obtain a quorum or a majority vote, then each Owner shall designate an arbitrator within thirty (30) days of the date of such failure of a quorum or a majority vote. Each of the two (2) arbitrators so appointed shall appoint a third arbitrator within forty-five (45) days of the date of the failure of the quorum or a majority vote. The three (3) arbitrators shall render a binding decision on all Owners within sixty (60) days of the date of the failure of the quorum or majority vote on all matters then in noncompliance with the Articles of Incorporation, these Bylaws, the Condominium Declaration and the Common Interest Ownership Act. The costs and expenses incurred in the rendering of the binding decision by the arbitrators shall be considered to be a common expense. ARTICLE 9 - MISCELLANEOUS 9.1 Notices. All notices to the Association or the Board of Directors shall be delivered to the office of the Manager, or, if there is no Manager, to the office of the Association, or to such other address as the Board of Directors may designate by written notice to all Owners and to all holders of Security Interests in the Units who have notified the Association that they hold a Security Interest in a Unit. Except as otherwise provided, all notices to any Owner shall be sent to the Owner's address as it appears in the records of the Association. All notices to holders of Security Interests in the Units shall be sent, except where a different manner of notice is specified elsewhere in the Documents, by registered or certified mail to their respective addresses, as designated by them in writing to the Association. All notices shall be deemed to have been given when mailed, except notices of changes of address, which shall be deemed to have been given when received. 9.2 Fiscal Year. The fiscal year of the Association shall be the calendar year. 9.3 Waiver. No restriction, condition, obligation or provision contained in these Bylaws shall be deemed to have been abrogated or waived by reason of any failure to enforce the same, irrespective of the number of violations or breaches which may occur. 9.4 Office. The principal office of the Association shall be on the Property or at such other place as the Board of Directors may from time to time designate. 9.5 Working Capital. A working capital fund is to be established in the amount of two (2) months' regularly budgeted initial Common Expense assessments, measured as of the date of the first assessment on the first phase, for all Units as they are created in proportion to their respective Allocated Interests in Common Expenses. Any amounts paid into this fund shall not be considered as advance payment of assessments. Each Unit's share of the working capital fund may be collected and then contributed to the Association by the Declarant at the time the sale of the Unit is closed or at the termination of Declarant control. Until paid to the Association, the contribution to the working capital shall be considered an unpaid Common Expense Assessment, with a lien on the Declarant's unsold Units pursuant to the Act. Until termination of Declarant control of the Board of Directors, the working capital shall be deposited without interest in a segregated fund. While the Declarant is in control of the Board of Directors, the Declarant cannot use any of the working capital funds to defray its expenses, reserve contributions or construction costs or to make up budget deficits. 9.6 Reserves. As a part of the adoption of the regular budget the Board of Directors shall include an amount which, in its reasonable business judgment, will establish and maintain an adequate reserve fund for the replacement of improvements to the Common Elements and those Limited Common Elements that it is obligated to maintain, based upon the project's age, remaining life and the quantity and replacement cost of major Common Element improvements. ARTICLE 10 - AMENDMENTS TO BYLAWS 10.1 The Bylaws maybe amended only by vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the members of the Board of Directors, following notice and comment to all Owners, at any meeting duly called for such purpose. 10.2 No amendment of the Bylaws of this Association shall be adopted which would affect or impair the validity or priority of any mortgage covering any Unit or which would change the provisions of the Bylaws with respect to institutional mortgagees or records. ?8-21-88 91 : 93 COLDWELL BANKER ASPEN ID-9799284378 P92,'82 n� 11-00 Joseph Wells Land Planning 602 Midland Park Place Aspen,Colorado 81611 Phone: 970.925.8080 Facsimile: 970.920.4378 (Temporary) e-mail Address: WellsAspen@aol.com August 18,2000 Gary Suiter, Town Manager Steve Connor, Town Attorney Town of Snowmass Village 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Delivered by Facsimile to 923-6083 and 925-9199 Dear Gary and Steve: I am writing on behalf of Seven Star Residential Partners, Ltd., Snowmass Land Partners, Ltd. and Snowmass Partners, Ltd., owners of Seven Star Ranch. I request that the Town Council continue its review of the Seven Star Ranch Final PUD Application for an additional 91-day period,from August 21,2000 until no later than November 20, 2000, in order to give the Town Council more time to consider an ordinance regarding the Seven Star Ranch Final PUD Application. Sincer y, J eph Wells cc: John Sullivan Gideon Kaufman n_ Draft of 814199 8/18/00 ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT by and among CITY OF ASPEN, COLORADO TOWN OF BASALT, COLORADO TOWN OF CARBONDALE, COLORADO EAGLE COUNTY, COLORADO GARFIELD COUNTY, COLORADO CITY OF GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLORADO PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO and TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO Dated as of September 1, 2000 providing for the creation of the"Roaring Fork Transportation Authority" as a Rural Transportation Authority pursuant to the Colorado Rural Transportation Authority Law, Title 43, Article 4, Part 6, Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended. 02-67662.10 ARTICLE V OFFICERS Section5.01. Generally..................................................................................................... 10 9 Section5.02. Chair............................................................................................................... 10 Section5.03. Vice Chair...................................................................................................... 10 Section5.04. Secretary ........................................................................................................ 10 Section 5.05. Treasurer...................................................................................................4A 11 Section 5.06. Executive Director......................................................................................... 11 Section 5.07. Resignation and Removal.............................................................................. 11 Section 5.08. Changes to Authority, Powers and Duties..................................................... 11 Section5.09. Vacancies....................................................................................................... l l Section5.10. Compensation ................................................................................................ 11 ARTICLE VI POWERS OF THE AUTHORITY Section 6.01. General Grant of Powers................................................................................ 11 Section 6.02. Specific Responsibilities................................................................................ 12 Section 6.03. Limitations on Powers of the Authority......................................................... 12 ARTICLE VII FUNDING THE AUTHORITY Section 7.01. Baseline Funding ........................................................................................... 13 Section 7.02. Additional Authority Sales Taxes.............................................................44 15 Section 7.03. Visitor Benefit Tax ........................................................................................ 15 Section 7.04. Discretionary Member Contributions.......................................................4416 Section 7.05. Mitigation of Development Impacts.........................................................43 16 Section 7.06. Pursuit of Federal and State Grants ..........................................................4416 Section 7.07. Capital Projects and Bonds............................................................................ 16 Section 7.08. Pitkin County Intergovernmental Agreement................................................ 16 Section 7.09. No Implied Limits on Powers........................................................................ 16 ARTICLE VIII REORGANIZATION OF RFTA AND RFRHA AND LEVEL OF SERVICE Section 8.01. Reorganization Plan..................................................................................46 17 Section 8.02. Reorganization of RFTA...........................................................................4-617 Section 8.03. Reorganization of RFRHA .......................................................................4-718 Section 8.04. Maintenance of Effort................................................................................1S 19 Section 8.05. Aspen Local Service...................................................................................... 19 02-67662.10 ii ARTICLE IX MEMBERS Section 9.01. Initial Members.........................................................................................4.420 Section 9.02. Withdrawal of Initial Members.................................................................4-920 Section 9.03. Additional Members.................................................................................2021 ARTICLE X TERM AND DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS UPON TERMINATION Section 10.01. Effective Date ...........................................................................................2021 Section 10.02. Termination...............................................................................................2021 Section 10.03. Distribution of Assets Upon Termination......................................................21 ARTICLE XI DEFENSE OF DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, MEMBERS OF ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND EMPLOYEES..............................................................................................................................21 ARTICLE XII AMENDMENTS Section 12.01. Amendments Generally ............................................................................2422 Section 12.02. Amendments to Boundaries......................................................................24 22 Section 12.03. Modification of Appendices B-1 through B-6..........................................2p 22 ARTICLE XIII MISCELLANEOUS Section 13.01. Adoption and Execution of Agreement in Accordance with Law.................22 Section 13.02. Parties in Interest............................................................................................22 Section 13.03. No Personal Liability.....................................................................................22 Section13.04. Notices ......................................................................................................2423 Section13.05. Assignment ...............................................................................................'1423 Section 13.06. Severability...............................................................................................2423 Section 13.07. Interpretation............................................................................... ..................23 Section 13.08. Governing Law ..............................................................................................23 Section13.09. Counterparts................................................................................................... 23 APPENDIX A DETERMINATION OF BOUNDARIES OF THE AUTHORITY APPENDIX B-I PITKIN COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION APPENDIX B-2 GLENWOOD SPRINGS BALLOT QUESTION 02-67662.10 iii TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS Section 1.01. Definitions from the Act..................................................................................2 Section 1.02. Other Definitions .............................................................................................2 ARTICLE II ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AUTHORITY AND INITIAL MEMBERS Section 2.01. Establishment...................................................................................................5 Section2.02. Purpose.............................................................................................................5 Section2.03. Boundaries.......................................................................................................5 Section2.04. Voter Approval................................................................................................6 Section2.05. Initial Members................................................................................................ 7 Section 2.06. City of Aspen Visitor Benefits Tax Election...................................................7 ARTICLE III BOARD OF DIRECTORS Section 3.01. Establishment and Powers............................................................................... 7 Section3.02. Directors........................................................................................................... 7 Section 3.03. Alternate Direct ors........................................................................................q 8 Section 3.04. Appointment of Directors and Alternate Directors..........................................8 Section3.05. Terms of Office................................................................................................ 8 Section 3.06. Resignation and Removal................................................................................ 8 Section3.07. Vacancies.........................................................................................................8 Section3.08. Compensation .................................................................................................. 8 Section 3.09. Resolutions and Voting.................................................................................... 8 Section 3.10. Special Rules Regarding Adoption of the Authority's Annual Budget........99 Section 3.11. Powers of the Board.........................................................................................9 Section 3.12. Bylaws and Rules.............................................................................................9 Section 3.13. Additional Directors.........................................................................................9 ARTICLE IV ADVISORYCOMMITTEES........................................................................................................9 02.62662.10 APPENDIX B-3 CARBONDALE BALLOT QUESTION APPENDIX B-4 UNINCORPORATED GARFIELD COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION APPENDIX B-5 BASALT BALLOT QUESTION APPENDIX B-6 UNINCORPORATED EAGLE COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION APPENDIX C REGIONAL TRANSIT SERVICES APPENDIX D PAYMENTS TO PITKIN COUNTY WITH RESPECT TO OUTSTANDING PITKIN COUNTY BONDS PAYABLE FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES N TAXES APPENDIX E RATIONALE FOR DIFFERENT FUNDING LEVELS FROM DIFFERENT AREAS APPENDIX F INITIAL CAPITAL PROGRAM APPENDIX G INVENTORY OF RFTA ASSETS 02-67662.10 iv ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT THIS ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT okefthis "Agreement") is entered into as of September 1, 2000 by and among CITY OF ASPEN, COLORADO; TOWN OF BASALT, COLORADO; TOWN OF CARBONDALE, COLORADO; EAGLE COUNTY, COLORADO; GARFIELD COUNTY, COLORADO; CITY OF GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLORADO; PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO; and TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO (the"Initial Signatories"). RECITALS WHEREAS, pursuant to title 43, article 4, part 6, Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended (the "Act"), Colorado counties and municipalities are authorized to establish, by contract, rural transportation authorities, which, upon the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section 2.01 hereof, are authorized to finance, Construct, operate and maintain rural transportation systems; and WHEREAS, pursuant to title 29, article 1, part 2, Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended (the "Intergovernmental Relations Statute"), and article XIV, section 18 of the Colorado Constitution, governments may contract with one another to provide any function, service or facility lawfully authorized to each of the contracting units and any such contract may provide for the joint exercise of the function, service or facility, including the establishment of a separate legal entity to do so; and WHEREAS, the Initial Signatories are counties and municipalities located in or near the Roaring Fork River Valley in west-central Colorado that desire to form a rural transportation authority pursuant to the Act and the Intergovemmental Relations Statute for the purpose of financing, constructing, operating and maintaining rural transportation systems consisting of the Authorized Transportation Projects described herein; and WHEREAS, in 1976, Pitkin County began providing regional public transit services in the Roaring Fork Valley in west-central Colorado; and WHEREAS, the Roaring Fork Transit Agency ("RFTA") was created in 1983 by an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Aspen and Pitkin County that merged their separate transit services in order to achieve greater operating efficiencies; and WHEREAS, upon its creation, RFTA assumed responsibility for providing regional transit services in cooperation with local governments throughout the Roaring Fork Valley; and WHEREAS, approximately half of RFTA's annual ridership, service miles and costs are associated with regional public transit services, and regional ridership increased by 134% from 1991 through 1998; and 02-67662.10 WHEREAS, 20-year regional population projections indicate that improved and expanded regional transit services will be even more necessary in the future to reduce automobile congestion, maintain the quality of life and preserve the environment; and WHEREAS, current funding mechanisms are inadequate to maintain and improve regional transit services; and WHEREAS, the Initial Signatories began working together on the goal of forming a regional transportation authority in the fall of 1996, which work included support for the enactment of the Act; and WHEREAS, the Initial Signatories formed a policy committee (the "Policy Committee") in January 2000 which has met in at least eight meetings to consider the interests of the Initial Signatories, a public opinion survey and other technical information, and the recommendations of a specially formed citizen's committee; and WHEREAS, following consideration of all relevant information, the Policy Committee specified the terms of this Agreement; and WHEREAS, various drafts of this Agreement have been reviewed by and refined based on comments received from and extensive discussions with the Governing Bodies of each of the Initial Signatories and citizens who participated in a series of public hearings held throughout the Roaring Fork River Valley. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual covenants set forth below, the Initial Signatories hereby agree as follows: ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS Section 1.01. Definitions from the Act. The following terms shall, when capitalized, have the meanings assigned to them in section 602 of the Act: "Bond," "Construct," "Construction," "County," "Municipality," "Person," "Rural Transportation Activity Enterprise," "Rural Transportation System" and "State." Section 1.02. Other Definitions. The following terms shall, when capitalized, have the following meanings: "Act" is defined in the Recitals hereto. "Advisory Committee" means two or more persons appointed by the Board pursuant to Article IV hereof for the purpose of providing advice to the Board and includes the Citizen Advisory Committee. 02-67662.10 2 "Agreement" means this Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement, as amended from time to time in accordance with the terms hereof. "Alternate Director" means any person appointed as an Alternate Director pursuant to Section 3.03 hereof. "Authority" means the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, a separate political subdivision of and body corporate of the State established pursuant to this Agreement as a rural transportation authority under the Act and as a separate legal entity under the Intergovernmental Relations Statute. "Authority Sales Tax" means a sales and use tax levied by the Authority in all or any esignated portion of the Members in accordance with section 6.05(1)(i) of the Act. "Authorized Transportation Projects" means the Rural Transportation Systems described in Section 2.02 hereof, as such term may be amended from time-to-time in accordance with Article XII hereof. "Basalt Question" is defined in Section 2.04(a) hereof. "Board'means the Board of Directors of the Authority. "Boundaries" means the boundaries of the Authority determined in accordance with Appendix A hereto, as such Appendix and term may be amended from time-to-time in accordance with Article XII hereof. "Carbondale Question" is defined in Section 2.04(a) hereof. "Citizen Advisory Committee" means the special Advisory Committee described as such in Article IV hereof. "Corridor Investment Study" means the West Glenwood Springs to Aspen Corridor ,nvestment Study/Environmental Impact Statement. "Denver Rio Grande Right-of-Way" means the 42-mile transportation/recreation corridor that varies in width from 50 to 200 feet extending from downtown Glenwood Springs to Woody Creek, Colorado that is owned by RFRHA and/or the members of RFRHA and is the subject of the Corridor Investment Study. "Director" means any person appointed as a Director pursuant to Section 3.02 hereof. Whenever the person appointed as a Member's Director pursuant to Section 3.02 hereof is absent from a Board meeting, the tetra "Director" shall mean the Alternate Director, if any, appointed by such Member pursuant to Section 3.03 hereof. "Division of Local Government" means the Division of Local Government in the State Department of Local Affairs. 02-67662.10 3 "Eagle County 0.5% Transportation Sales Tax" means the sales tax levied by Eagle County pursuant to Resolution No. 95-95 of the Board of County Commissions of Eagle County, as such resolution has been or may be amended from time to time. "Glenwood Springs Question" is defined in Section 2.04(a)hereof. "Governing Body" means, when used with respect to a Member, the city council, board of trustees,board of commissioners or other legislative body, as appropriate, of such Member. "Initial Authority Sales Tax" means the Authority Sales Tax described in Section 7.01(a) hereof. "Initial Boundaries" means the Boundaries of the Authority on the date the Authority is originally established pursuant to Article II hereof, as such Initial Boundaries are determined in accordance with Appendix A hereto. "Initial Members" means the Initial Signatories who become Members on the date on which the Authority is originally established pursuant to Section 2.05 hereof. "Initial Signatories" means the Municipalities and Counties that are signatories to this Agreement in its original form. "Intergovernmental Relations Statute" is defined in the Recitals hereto. "Member"means (a) the Initial Members and (b) the State or any Municipality or County that becomes a member of the Authority pursuant to Section 4.44 9.03 hereof. "Officer" means the Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer or Executive Director of the Authority, and any subordinate officer or agent appointed and designated as an officer of the Authority by the Board. "Pitkin County Question" is defined in Section 2.04(a) hereof. "Pitkin County Transportation Sales ate# b4 Taxes" means (a) the sales tax levied by Pitkin County pursuant to Resolution No. 8349 29, Series 1983, Resolution 85-45, Series 1985, and Resolution No. 85-46 of the Board of County Commissioners of Pitkin County, as such resolutions have been eF may-be amended -eme through the date hereof; and (b) the sales end ese tax levied by Pitkin County pursuant to Resolution No. 93-149, as such resolution has been er Faay-be amended fFem time to time through the date hereof. "RFTA" is defined in the Recitals hereto. "RFRHA" means the Roaring Fork Rail Railroad Holding Authority created by intergovernmental agreement among the Cities of Aspen and Glenwood Springs, the Towns of Basalt, Carbondale and Snowmass Village and Eagle and Pitkin Counties. "Regional Transit Services" means the transit services described in Appendix C hereto, as such Appendix may be amended from time-to-time in accordance with Article XII hereof. 02-67662.10 4 "Unincorporated Eagle County Question" is defined in Section 2.04(a) hereof. "Unincorporated Garfield County Question" is defined in Section 2.04(a)hereof. "Visitor Benefit Tax" means a visitor benefit tax levied by the Authority in all or any designated portion of a Member in accordance with section 605(1)(i.5) of the Act and Section 7.03 hereof. ARTICLE II ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AUTHORITY AND INITIAL MEMBERS Section 2.01. Establishment. The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority shall be established as a separate political subdivision and body corporate of the State pursuant to the Act and as a separate legal entity created by a contract among the Initial Members pursuant to the Intergovernmental Relations Statute, effective upon satisfaction of the following conditions: (a) each Initial Member (i) has held at least two public hearings on the subject of this Agreement in accordance with section 603(3) of the Act and (ii) has executed this Agreement (which execution shall constitute a representation by such Initial Member to the other Initial Members that the executing Initial Member has held the public hearings required by section 603(3) of the Act and that the Governing Body of such Initial Member has duly authorized sueh exesatien); its execution delivery and performance of this Agreement): (b) this Agreement has been approved by a majority of the registered electors residing within the Initial Boundaries of the Authority who vote in a general election or special election called for such purpose in accordance with section 603(4) of the Act, which, for purposes of the November 7, 2000 election, shall be determined based on the votes cast on the ballot questions approved by the registered electors voting on the ballot questions that approve the participation in the Authority by the Initial Members (determined in accordance with Section 2.05 hereof); and (c) the Director of the Division of Local Government has issued a certificate pursuant to section 603(1) of the Act stating that the Authority has been duly organized according to the laws of the State. Section 2.02. Purpose. The purpose of the Authority is to finance, Construct, operate and maintain an efficient, sustainable and regional multi-modal transportation system at any location or locations within or without the Boundaries of the Authority, subject to compliance with the Act. Section 2.03. Boundaries. The Initial Boundaries of the Authority shall be determined in accordance with Appendix A hereto. Any territory included in the Boundaries of the Authority because the territory is included in the boundaries of a Municipality shall automatically be amended to include any territory annexed to the Municipality. The Town of Basalt, by executing this Agreement, consents to the inclusion of territory within the Town of 02-67662.10 5 Basalt that is within Pitkin County in the Initial Boundaries even if the Town of Basalt is not an Initial Member. Section 2.04. Voter Approval. (a) The Initial Signatories agree to submit ballot questions seeking voter approval of the establishment of the Authority, the baseline funding of the Authority in accordance with Article VII hereof and the "de-Brucing" of certain Authority revenues at an election held on November 7, 2000 that is conducted in accordance with the Act and other applicable law. Six separate questions, which are hereafter referred to by the names indicated below and drafts of which are attached hereto as Appendixes B-1 through B-6, shall be submitted to the registered electors residing within the following described areas within the boundaries of the Initial Signatories: (i) the "Pitkin County Question," a draft of which is attached hereto as Appendix B-1, shall be submitted to the electors of Pitkin County; (ii) the "Glenwood Springs Question," a draft of which is attached hereto as Appendix B-2, shall be submitted to the electors of the City of Glenwood Springs; (iii) the "Carbondale Question," a draft of which is attached hereto as Appendix B-3, shall be submitted to the electors of the Town of Carbondale; (iv) the "Unincorporated Garfield County Question," a draft of which is attached hereto as Appendix B-4, shall be submitted to the electors of the unincorporated area of Garfield County within election precincts 1 through 12; (v) the "Basalt Question," a draft of which is attached hereto as Appendix B-5, shall be submitted to the electors of the Town of Basalt; and (vi) the "Unincorporated Eagle County Question," a draft of which is attached hereto as Appendix B-6, shall be submitted to the electors of the unincorporated area of Eagle County within election precincts 7, 8, 24 and 25. (b) The Governing Body of each of the Initial Signatories named in the name of each ballot question shall take all actions necessary to submit such question to the appropriate electors at the November 7, 2000 election but may modify the ballot question submitted by it in any manner that is not inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement. The designated election official for the Pitkin County Question shall be the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. The designated election official for the Glenwood Springs Question, the Carbondale Question and the Unincorporated Garfield County Question shall be the Garfield County Clerk and Recorder. The designated election official for the unincorporated Eagle County Ouestion shall be the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder. The designated election official for the Basalt Question shall be the Clerk of the Town of Basalt. 02-67662.10 6 (c) Each Initial Signatory shall pay the costs of conducting the November 7, 2000 election within its boundaries. For purposes of allocating such costs, costs allocable to electors who reside in a Municipality shall be allocated to the Municipality in which they reside and costs allocable to electors who reside in unincorporated areas shall be allocated to the County in which they reside. Section 2.05. Initial Members. The Initial Signatories whose participation in the Authority is authorized by a majority of the registered electors voting on the ballot questions indicated below shall be the Initial Members of the Authority on the date the Authority is originally established pursuant to this Agreement: (a) Pitkin County, the City of Aspen and the Town of Snowmass Village will be Initial Members if Pitkin County electors approve the Pitkin County Question; (b) the City of Glenwood Springs will be an Initial Member if City of Glenwood Springs electors approve the Glenwood Springs Question; (c) the Town of Carbondale will be an Initial Member if Town of Carbondale electors approve the Carbondale Question; (d) Garfield County will be an Initial Member if the electors in the unincorporated area of Garfield County within election precincts 1 through 12 approve the Unincorporated Garfield County Question; (e) the Town of Basalt will be an Initial Member if Town of Basalt electors approve the Basalt Question; and (f) Eagle County will be an Initial Member if the electors in the unincorporated area of Eagle County within election precincts 7, 8, 24 and 25 approve the Unincorporated Eagle County Question. Section 2.06. City of Aspen Visitor Benefits Tax Election. The City of Aspen shall also submit a ballot question to its electors at the November 7, 2000 election seeking voter approval of a 1% City of Aspen visitor benefits tax. At least 50% of the proceeds of such tax shall be used to enable the City of Aspen to partially meet its financial obligations as outlined in this Agreement. ARTICLE III BOARD OF DIRECTORS Section 3.01. Establishment and Powers. The Authority shall be governed by a Board of Directors as described in this Article. The Board shall exercise and perform all powers, privileges and duties vested in or imposed on the Authority. Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, the Board may delegate any of its powers to any Director, Officer, employee or agent of the Authority. 02-67662.10 7 Section 3.02. Directors. The Board shall be composed of one Director appointed by each Member. Section 3.03. Alternate Directors. In addition to the Director appointed by it, each Member shall appoint an Alternate Director who shall be deemed to be such Member's Director for all purposes, including, but not limited to, voting on resolutions whenever the person appointed as such Member's Director is absent from a Board meeting. Section 3.04. Appointment of Directors and Alternate Directors. As required by section 603(2)(b)(1) of the Act, the Director and the Alternate Director appointed by a Member shall both be members of the Governing Body of such Member and shall be appointed as a Director or Alternate Director by the Governing Body of such Member. Section 3.05. Terms of Office. The term of office of each Director and Alternate Director shall commence with the first meeting of the Board following his or her appointment and shall continue until (a) the date on which a successor is duly appointed or (b) the date on which he or she ceases to be a member of the Governing Body of the appointing Member. Section 3.06. Resignation and Removal. Any Director or Alternate Director (a) may resign at any time, effective upon receipt by the Secretary or the Chair of written notice signed by the person who is resigning; and (b) may be removed at any time by the Governing Body of the Member that appointed him or her, effective upon receipt by the Secretary or the Chair of written notice signed by the Governing Body of the appointing Member. Section 3.07. Vacancies. Vacancies in the office of any Director or Alternate Director shall be filled in the same manner in which the vacant office was originally filled pursuant to Section 3.04 hereof. Section 3.08. Compensation. Directors and Alternate Directors shall serve without compensation, but may be reimbursed for expenses incurred in serving in such capacities upon such terms and pursuant to such procedures as may be established by the Board. Section 3.09. Resolutions and Voting. All actions of the Board shall be by resolution, which may be written or oral. Except as otherwise provided in Section 3.10 hereof, resolutions of the Board shall be adopted upon the affirmative vote at a meeting open to the public of at least two-thirds of the Directors then in office who are eligible to vote thereon voting (which, if all Initial Signatories become Initial Members and no Director is ineligible to vote, will be six of the eight initial Directors). The Authority shall provide at least 48 hours' written notice of meetings to each Director and Alternate Director and to the Governing Body of each Member. Notwithstanding any other provision hereof, a Director shall disqualify himself or herself from voting on any issue with respect to which he or she has a conflict of interest, unless he or she has disclosed such conflict of interest in compliance with sections 18-8-308 and 24-18-101 et seq., Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended. Section 3.10. Special Rules Regarding Adoption of the Authority's Annual Budget. Notwithstanding Section 3.09 hereof, if the Board fails to approve the Authority's annual budget by resolution adopted in accordance with Section 3.09 hereof by the end of the immediately preceding fiscal year of the Authority or any earlier date required by State law, until an annual 02-67662.10 8 budget is so adopted, the Authority's budget for such year shall be the prior year's budget, with adjustments approved by a majority of the Directors then in office who are eligible to vote thereon that, in the aggregate, do not exceed the sum of"inflation" and the Authority's "local growth" as determined in accordance with Article X, Section 20(2)(f) and (g) of the Colorado Constitution. The procedures set forth in this Section may be modified by bylaws or rules adopted in accordance with Section 3.12 hereof. Section 3.11. Powers of the Board. The Board shall, subject to the limitations set forth herein, have (a) all powers that may be exercised by the board of directors of a rural transportation authority pursuant to the Act, including, but not limited to, the powers conferred by section 604(3) of the Act, and (b) all powers that may be exercised by the governing board of a separate legal entity created by a contract among the Members pursuant to the Intergovernmental Relations Statute. Section 3.12. Bylaws and Rules. The Board, acting by resolution adopted as provided in Section 3.09 hereof, may adopt bylaws or rules governing the activities of the Authority and the Board, including, but not limited to, bylaws or rules governing the conduct of Board meetings, voting procedures, the type of resolutions that must be in writing and procedures for the resolution of issues on which a two-thirds majority cannot be obtained in accordance with Section 3.09 hereof. Section 3.13. Additional Directors. If at any time there are fewer than four Members, then, notwithstanding any other provision hereof, in order to comply with the provisions of section 603(2)(b)(I) of the Act requiring at least five Directors, each Member shall appoint an additional Director and an Alternate Director for such Director, all references herein to the Director and Alternate Director of a Member shall be deemed to refer to the initial and the additional Director and Alternate Director, as appropriate, appointed by such Member. ARTICLE IV ADVISORY COMMITTEES The Board shall appoint and maintain a Citizen Advisory Committee to advise the Board with respect to policy and service matters. The Board may also appoint other Advisory Committees to advise the Board. The members of the Citizen Advisory Committee shall not be Directors, Alternate Directors or Officers of the Authority. The members of Advisory Committees other than the Citizen Advisory Committee may include Directors, Alternate Directors and Officers of the Authority. Advisory Committees shall not be authorized to exercise any power of the Board. ARTICLE V OFFICERS Section 5.01. Generally. The Board shall appoint a Chair, a Vice Chair, a Secretary, a Treasurer and an Executive Director. The Board also may appoint one or more subordinate officers and agents, each of whom shall hold his or her office or agency for such term and shall 02-67662.10 9 have such authority, powers and duties as shall be determined from time to time by the Board. The Chair and the Vice Chair shall be Directors. Other Officers may, but need not, be Directors. Any two or more of such offices may be held by the same person, except that the offices of Chair and Secretary may not be held by the same person and the person serving as Executive Director may not hold any other of such offices. All Officers of the Authority shall be persons of the age of 18 years or older and shall meet the other qualifications, if any, stated for his or her office elsewhere in this Article. Section 5.02. Chair. The Chair shall have the power to call meetings of the Board; the power to execute, deliver, acknowledge, file and record on behalf of the Authority such documents as may be required by this Agreement, the Act or other applicable law; and such other powers as may be prescribed from time to time by the Board. The Chair may execute and deliver contracts, deeds and other instruments and agreements on behalf of the Authority as are necessary or appropriate in the ordinary course of its activities or as are duly authorized or approved by the Board. The Chair shall have such additional authority, powers and duties as are appropriate and customary for the office of the chair of the board of directors of entities such as the Authority, and as the Board may otherwise prescribe. Section 5.03. Vice Chair. The Vice Chair shall be the Officer next in seniority after the Chair and, upon the death, absence or disability of the Chair, shall have the authority, powers and duties of the Chair. The Vice Chair shall have such additional authority, powers and duties as are prescribed by the Board. Section 5.04. Secretary. The Secretary shall give, or cause to be given, notice of all meetings (including special meetings) of the Board, keep written minutes of such meetings, have charge of the Authority's seal, be responsible for the maintenance of all records and files and the preparation and filing of reports to governmental agencies (other than tax returns), have authority to impress or affix the Authority's seal to any instrument requiring it (and, when so impressed or affixed, it may be attested by his or her signature), and have such other authority, powers and duties as are appropriate and customary, for the office of Secretary of entities such as the Authority, and as the Board may otherwise prescribe. If a Treasurer has not been appointed, the Secretary shall also serve as Treasurer and may use the title of Treasurer in performing the functions of Treasurer. Section 5.05. Treasurer. The Treasurer shall, subject to rules and procedures established by the Board, be responsible for the custody of the funds and all stocks, bonds and other securities owned by the Authority and shall be responsible for the preparation and filing of all tax returns, if any, required to be filed by the Authority. The Treasurer shall receive all moneys paid to the Authority and, subject to any limits imposed by the Board or the Chair, shall have authority to give receipts and vouchers, to sign and endorse checks and warrants in the Authority's name and on the Authority's behalf, and to give full discharge for the same. The Treasurer shall also have charge of disbursement of the funds of the Authority, shall keep full and accurate records of the receipts and disbursements, and shall deposit all moneys and other valuables in such depositories as shall be designated by the Board. The Treasurer shall deposit and invest all funds of the Authority in accordance with this Agreement and laws of the State applying to the deposit and investment of funds of rural transportation authorities formed under the Act. The Treasurer shall have such 02-67662.10 10 additional authority, powers and duties as are appropriate and customary for the office of Treasurer of entities such as the Authority, and as the Board may otherwise prescribe. If a Treasurer has not been appointed, the Secretary shall also serve as Treasurer and may use the title of Treasurer in performing the functions of Treasurer. Section 5.06. Executive Director. The Executive Director shall be the chief executive officer of the Authority, shall supervise the activities of the Authority, shall see that all policies, directions and orders of the Board are carried eut.and out and shall, under the supervision of the Board, have such other authority, powers or duties as may be prescribed by the Board. Section 5.07. Resignation and Removal. Any Officer may resign at any time effective upon receipt by the Secretary or the Chair of written notice signed by the person who is resigning, and may be removed at any time by the Board. Section 5.08. Changes to Authority, Powers and Duties. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article, the Board at any time may expand, limit or modify the authority, powers and duties of any Officer. Section 5.09. Vacancies. Vacancies in the office of any Officer shall be filled in the same manner in which such office was originally filled. Section 5.10. Compensation. The Authority may compensate Officers who are not Directors or Alternate Directors for services performed, and may reimburse them for expenses incurred, in serving in such capacities upon such terms and pursuant to such procedures as may be established by the Board. ARTICLE VI POWERS OF THE AUTHORITY Section 6.01. General Grant of Powers. The Authority shall, subject to the limitations set forth herein, have (i) all powers granted by the Act to rural transportation authorities and (ii) all powers that may be exercised by a separate legal entity created by a contract among the Members pursuant to the Intergovernmental Relations Statute. Such powers shall include, but shall not be limited to: (a) the specific powers described in section 605 of the Act; (b) the power to establish Rural Transportation Activity Enterprises in accordance with section 606 of the Act; (c) the power to establish local improvement districts in accordance with section 608 of the Act; (d) the power to issue Bonds in accordance with section 609 of the Act; (e) the power to cooperate with any Person as provided in section 610 of the Act; 02-67662.10 11 (f) the power to invest or deposit funds as provided in section 616 of the Act; and (g) the power to petition for a judicial examination and determination of any power, act, proceeding or contract of the Authority as provided in section 620 of the Act. Section 6.02. Specific Responsibilities. In addition to the general powers described in Section 6.01 hereof, the Authority shall have the responsibilities described in this Section and shall have all powers necessary or convenient to carry out such responsibilities, subject to the availability of funds and, to the extent required by law, annual appropriation of funds by the Board. The description of specific responsibilities and powers in this Section shall not, however, limit the general powers of the Authority described in Section 6.01 hereof. (a) Regional Transit Services. The Authority shall use its best efforts to provide the Regional Transit Services described in Appendix C hereto. (b) Contract Transit Services. The Authority may enter into contracts with any Member or other Person for the provision of transit services in the manner and subject to the terms of such contracts. (c) Regional Transportation Planning. The Authority shall provide regional transportation planning services needed to plan and direct the Authorized Transportation Projects, pursue federal funding and coordinate overall transportation policy within the area in which it provides Regional Transit Services. Regional transportation planning fray shall, as determined by the Board, include short range service planning as well as long range planning, corridor investment studies and related environmental impact analysis. (d) Funding for Maintenance of the Denver Rio Grande Right-of-Way. The Authority shall provide funding for the maintenance of the Denver Rio Grande Right-of- Way until it is transferred to the Authority. (e) Funding for Construction and Maintenance of Regional Trails. The Authority shall provide funding for the construction of regional trails in cooperation with Members, RFRHA or other Persons. (f) Local Service. The Authority may fund Authorized Transportation Projects that serve the residents and businesses of a Member (as distinguished from regional services) but, except as otherwise specifically provided herein, only pursuant to an agreement pursuant to which such Member pays the Authority for the services provided on the same fully allocated cost basis used to determine costs of Authority services throughout the Authority's service area. Section 6.03. Limitations on Powers of the Authority. Notwithstanding Sections 6.01 and 6.02 hereof, the powers of the Authority shall be limited as follows: (a) the Authority may only finance, Construct, operate and maintain Authorized Transportation Projects(whieh, as pfevided in c°..,",., 2.02 hereof de net 02-62662.10 12 Wig}; (b)the "uthepAy- wy(b) the Authority shall not finance rail construction unless and until the electors of the Authority, or of the area of the Authority in which the funding is to be generated, specifically approve such financing; (c) Advisory Committees may only be appointed and may only exercise the powers as provided in Article IV hereof, (d) no action to establish or increase a tax or to create a multiple fiscal year debt or other financial obligation that is subject to section 20(4)(b) of article X of the State Constitution shall take effect unless first submitted to a vote in accordance with section 612 of the Act; (e) Visitor Benefit Taxes may be levied only in accordance with Section 7.03 hereof; (f) the Board shall deliver notice of any proposal to establish, increase or decrease any tax to any County or Municipality where the proposed tax or fee would be imposed in accordance with section 613 of the Act; and (g) a notice of the imposition of or any increase in any fee or tax or the issuance of Bonds shall be sent to the Division of Local Government and shall be filed with the State Auditor and the State Transportation Commission in accordance with section 614 of the Act. ARTICLE VII FUNDING THE AUTHORITY Section 7.01. Baseline Funding. The baseline funding of the Authority shall be provided from the following sources: (a) Initial Authority Sales Tax. The Initial Authority Sales Tax shall, upon satisfaction of the conditions stated below, be imposed at the following rates in the following areas within the Boundaries of the Authority: (i) 0.4% in the City of Glenwood Springs if City of Glenwood Springs electors approve the Glenwood Springs Question; (ii) 0.4% in the Town of Carbondale if Town of Carbondale electors approve the Carbondale Question; (iii) 0.4% in the unincorporated area of Garfield County within election precincts 1 through 12 if the electors in the unincorporated area of Garfield County within precincts 1 through 12 approve the Unincorporated Garfield County Question; and 02-67662.10 13 (iv) 0.2% in the Town of Basalt if Town of Basalt electors approve the Basalt Question. (b) Eagle County 0.5% Transportation Sales and Use Tarr. Eagle County shall pay to the Authority the proceeds of the Eagle County 0.5% Transportation Sales and-ldse Tax reesived accrued on and after January 1, 2001 that are collected in the portion of Eagle County within the Town of Basalt and the unincorporated area of Eagle County within election precincts 7, 8, 24 and 25 if the electors of unincorporated Eagle County within election precincts 7, 8, 24 24 and 25 approve the Unincorporated Eagle County Question. To the extent required by law, the obligation of Eagle County to make such payments may be subject to annual appropriation by the Board of County Commissioners of Eagle County. (c) Pitkin County Transportation Sales and Use Taxes. Pitkin County shall pay to the Authority an amount equal to the proceeds of a tax rate of 0.7215% from the proceeds of the Pitkin County Transportation Sales and Use Taxes Feseived accrued on and after January 1, 2001 if the electors of Pitkin County approve the Pitkin County Question-, subject to the following: u The obligation of Pitkin County to make such payments shall be subordinate to any obligation Pitkin County has or may have for debt secured by the Pitkin County Transportation Sales Taxes. However, Pitkin County will only issue additional debt secured by the Pitkin County Transportation Sales Taxes if the maximum annual debt service on all of the debt to be secured by the Pitkin County Transportation Sales Taxes is less than the annual amount of Pitkin County Transportation Sales Taxes retained by Pitkin County after its Rg3gnmts to the Authority under this subsection during the immediately preceding year. ii In consideration of the transfer to the Authority of the assets financed by such bonds pursuant to Section 8.02 hereof, the amounts required to pay the debt service on the Pitkin County bonds described in Appendix D hereto shall be netted from the payments to be made by Pitkin County to the Authority pursuant to . this subsection. iii If Pitkin County issues additional bonds for the benefit of the Authority pursuant to Section 7.07 hereof, the debt service on those bonds also may be netted from the payments to be made by Pitkin County to the Authority pursuant to this subsection if and to the extent the Authority and Pitkin County so Agee. iv If Pitkin County and the City of Aspen (acting jointly) decide to provide the services described in Section 8.04(d) hereof directly, an amount equal to the d-elleffnined by the Autherity proceeds of a tax rate of 0.0496% from the Pitkin County Transportation Sales Taxes will be netted from payments to be made by Pitkin County to the Authority pursuant to 02-62662.:0 14 FIONWHAS Af hi 4 if d te the ei-tent the A u4herity and D:tkin Ge....t.. .. agree. this subsection. (d) Rationale for Different Funding from Different Areas. The rationale for the different funding levels from different areas within the Initial Boundaries of the Authority is set forth in Appendix E hereto. Section 7.02. Additional Authority Sales Taxes. (a) The Authority may levy Authority Sales Taxes in addition to the Initial Authority Sales Tax upon compliance with the provisions of the Act, including the approval by the electors residing wilhix throughout the area in which such taxes are to be levied as required by Section 6.03(c) hereof and section 612 of the Act. Any such additional Authority Sales Taxes may, as permitted by the Act, be levied in all or any designated portion of the Members and at the same or different rates in different designated portions of the Members. (b) At the request of a Member and upon compliance with the provisions of the Act, including approval by the electors residing within the area in which such taxes are to be levied as required by Section 6.03(c) hereof and section 612 of the Act, and approval of the Board, the Authority shall levy an additional Authority Sales Tax at the rate (up to the limits of the Act) and in all or any designated portion of the Member specified by such Member for the purpose of funding Authorized Transportation Projects specified by such Member that serve the residents and businesses of such Member or the residents and businesses of such designated portion of such Member. Section 7.03. Visitor Benefit Tax. A Visitor Benefit Tax may be levied only: (a) at the request of the Member in whose territory such tax is to be levied; (b) at the rate or rates and in all or the portion of the territory of such Member as specified by such Member; (c) upon compliance with the provisions of this Agreement and the Act, including approval by the electors residing within the area in which such taxes are to be levied as required by Section 6.03(c) hereof and section 612 of the Act and the limitations on the use of the revenue derived from the Visitor Benefit Tax under section 605(1)(i.5) of the Act; (d) upon approval of the Board; and (e) for the purpose of funding Authorized Transportation Projects designated by such Member. 02.67662.10 15 Section 7.04. Discretionary Member Contributions. A Member may, at its sole discretion, offer to make cash contributions to the Authority, provide in-kind services to the Authority or pay costs that otherwise would have been paid by the Authority (referred to as a "Discretionary Member Contribution"). If a Member offers to make a Discretionary Member Contribution, the Authority will, subject to Board approval on a case-by-case basis, provide additional transportation services within the boundaries of such Member with a value, or grant such Member a credit against other contributions made to the Authority by or on behalf of such Member, in an amount equal to the Discretionary Member Contribution. Section 7.05. Mitigation of Development Impacts. The Members acknowledge that development occurring within their jurisdictions will, in most cases, have an impact upon local and regional traffic congestion and that, moreover, transit service is one means for mitigating such impacts. Accordingly, Members shall evaluate and may choose to mitigate the traffic impacts of new development within their jurisdictions and/or specifically mitigate impacts upon regional transit services. Such mitigation for regional transit service shall be determined using a consistent methodology established by the Authority based on the rational nexus between development impacts and transportation services. Members shall have sole discretion regarding how such mitigation is implemented through such means as ordinance-based transit impact fees, conditions of approval imposed upon individual development projects, or other mechanisms. Funds derived from such mitigation may be remitted to the Authority to offset capital costs and outlays associated with providing regional transit services to the Member. Section 7.06. Pursuit of Grants. The Authority shall actively pursue federal aa4, State and other grants to support its activities, including grants for offsetting operating and capital costs, long range planning and environmental review, and major capital improvements. The Authority shall also cooperate and assist Members in their pursuit of federal and State grants for transportation projects. Section 7.07. Capital Projects and Bonds. The Authority may fund the initial capital program described in Appendix F hereto and additional capital projects by the issuance of Authority Bonds if voter approval is obtained for the issuance of such Bonds as required by Section 6.03(c) hereof and section 612 of the Act; through lease-purchase agreements or other arrangements permitted by, and subject to compliance with the applicable provisions of, State and federal law; or through one or more agreements with one or more Members, including, but not limited to, agreements with Pitkin County under which Pitkin County issues its bonds to fund capital projects for the benefit of the Authority and the amount paid to the Authority by Pitkin County pursuant to Section 7.01(c) hereof is reduced by the amount of the debt service on the Pitkin County bonds. Section 7.08. Pitkin County Intergovernmental Agreement. The City of Aspen, Pitkin County and the Town of Snowmass Village shall enter into an intergovernmental agreement that distributes the portion of the Pitkin County Transportation Sales and-I3se Taxes not committed to the Authority for funding local services in the City of Aspen and the Town of Snowmass Village. Section 7.09. No Implied Limits on Powers. Except as otherwise specifically provided, no provision of this Article shall limit the Authority's powers under the Act. 02-67662.10 16 ARTICLE VIII REORGANIZATION OF RFTA AND RFRHA AND LEVEL OF SERVICE Section 8.01. Reorganization Plan. If Pitkin County electors approve the Pitkin County Question, the Members will use their best efforts to reorganize RFTA and RFRHA in accordance with this Article. If Pitkin County electors do not approve the Pitkin County Question, this Article will be ineffective. Section 8.02. Reorganization of RFTA. RFTA will be reorganized and merged into the Authority in accordance with this Section within an 18 month period of time commencing with the formation of the Authority (the "RFTA Transition Period"). During the RFTA Transition Period: (a) The Authority will assume responsibility for the services provided by RFTA and the operating revenues of RFTA (as distinguished from the contributions to RFTA by its members) will become Authority revenues no later than January 1, 2001. (b) For the purpose of continuity, Directors of the Authority appointed by each Initial Member will also serve as such Member's director on the Board of Directors of RFTA during the RFTA Transition Period. (c) During the RFTA Transition Period the Authority, either directly or by contract with RFTA, Pitkin County, or others, will use its best efforts to (i)maintain the existing transit services as described in Section 8.04 hereof; and (ii) accommodate Member requests for additional or new local services on the same fully allocated cost basis used to determine costs of Authority services throughout the Authority's service area. (d) At the end of the RFTA Transition Period RFTA's Board of Directors will dissolve and RFTA's administrative structure, employment contracts, and operations shall merge with the Authority to the extent they have not already done so. (e) The Authority and RFTA shall, as a first priority, use their best efforts to agree on a Transition Plan that conforms to the terms set forth in this Section and that specifies how merger issues, including those related to human resources, employee benefits, insurance, transfer of RFTA assets, contractual relationships (e.g., with Pitkin County and the City of Aspen) and matters concerning the allocation of operating and capital costs and resources, will be resolved. Transition will be deemed complete when all issues set forth in the Transition Plan have been addressed to the satisfaction of the Board. The Transition Plan shall include the following terms: (i) Title to the assets of RFTA described in Appendix G hereto that do not constitute real property will, subject to the terms of the Transition Plan, be transferred to the Authority at the conclusion of the RFTA Transition Period. The assets of RFTA described in Appendix G hereto that constitute real property will, subject to the terms of the Transition Plan, be made available to the Authority for 02-67662.10 17 its use through a long-term lease or other secure instrument, for transit and transportation purposes. (ii) RFTA employees shall retain existing employee benefits (e.g., pension plan) or their equivalent. To preserve these existing employee benefits, it may be desirable for existing employees to remain employees of Pitkin County. As such, the Authority could choose to contract with Pitkin County for personnel required to staff and operate the Authority. (iii) Liabilities of RFTA shall, to the extent permitted by laws, be assumed by and become the liabilities of the Authority no later than the end of the RFTA Transition Period, to the extent and in the manner provided in the Transition Plan. (iv) The Authority will enter into contracts for transit services provided to the City of Aspen and the City of Glenwood Springs no later than the end of the RFTA Transition Period. Other service contracts, such as the Aspen Skiing Company skier shuttle service contract, will be assigned to the Authority by RFTA by the end of the RFTA Transition Period. (v) Policy-making regarding transit service (e.g., adoption of a revised Transit Development Plan, service changes, and major capital expenditures) shall be the purview of the Authority and RFTA shall not have such policy-making authority as of the date the Authority is formed. Section 8.03. Reorganization of RFRHA. RFRHA will be reorganized in accordance with this Section. During the period from the date the Authority is formed until the reorganization of RFRHA is complete (the "RFRHA Transition Period"): (a) All regional transportation planning functions (excluding access issues), including management of the ongoing Corridor Investment Study, will be transferred to the Authority and the RFRHA Board of Directors will no longer have policy control of these planning functions. (b) The Authority shall have approval rights over the RFRHA annual operating budget and shall remit Authority funds to RFRHA to meet the obligations in the approved budget. (c) RFRHA will continue to provide access to, administration of and physical maintenance for the Denver Rio Grande Right-of-Way, maintenance of the conservation value of the right-of-way, pursue construction of a regional trails through the right-of- way and protect public ownership of the right-of-way. (d) Other financial obligations and assets of RFRHA related to acquisition of the Denver Rio Grande Right-of-Way shall remain with RFRHA unless and until the Denver Rio Grande Right-of Way may be transferred to the Authority. 02-67662.10 18 (e) The Denver Rio Grande Right-of-Way shall, subject to compliance with contractual, legal and other requirements applicable thereto, transfer from RFRHA to the Authority, and the reorganization of RFRHA will be deemed to be complete, if and when the Authority notifies RFRHA that the Authority intends to use the right-of-way for an Authorized Transportation Project other than trails for which funding has been approved by the electors as required by Section 2.02 hereof. Section 8.04. Maintenance of Effort. The Authority shall, regardless of the reorganization process, term of the RFTA Transition Period or RFRHA Transition Period or any other event, use its best efforts to assure continuity of existing regional and local transit service and ongoing transportation planning efforts, including, but not limited to, the following: (a) Continuation of(i) the existing transit services provided by RFTA within the territory of the Initial Members as set forth in RFTA's 2000 budget without any significant change in routes, schedules or equipment during the RFTA Transition Period and (ii) additional or new services negotiated during the RFTA Transition Period pursuant to Section 8.02(c) hereof. For purposes of clause (i), a significant change in a route or schedule shall mean a 5% reduction in service hours for service provided between two locations. (b) Local funding for regional transportation planning, specifically the completion of the Corridor Investment Study, shall be provided by the Authority in an amount heeded to complete the same in an expeditious manner in concert with the federal and State sponsors of and participants in the effort. (c) Funding of trunk service alo*g up the Brush Creek Road corridor pursuant to a contract between the Authority and the Town of Snowmass Village. (d) Fling Continuation of senior van service in Pitkin County and transit service to Woody Creek and the Maroon Bells A..4h9F:... and Atkin r,., my with service provided at the current levels unless Pitkin County agrees to a change in such service. Pitkin County and the City of Aspen (acting jointly) also may decide to provide such services directly. If they do so decide, the payments to be made by Pitkin County pursuant to Section 7.01(c) hereof shall be reduced as described in that subsection. Section 8.05. Aspen Local Service. If the City of Aspen ballot question described in Section 2.06 hereof is not approved at the November 7, 2000 election and no other local transportation tax is approved by City of Aspen electors by the end of the RFTA Transition Period (defined in Section 8.02 hereof), notwithstanding any other provision hereof: (a) at the end of the RFTA Transition Period, one-third of RFTA's easy unrc. ­d fund balance as of December 31. 2000 shall be transferred to the City of Aspen to fund transit capital replacement costs; and (b) the Authority shall, for a seven-year period from the end of the RFTA Transition Period, ftlHd 100a' tFaMit sen,ieewithifi the ` ity of ASpeR, E)°provide a credit 02-67662.10 19 to the City of Aspen against payments otherwise due from the City of Aspen under a contract with the Authority—, ea-aa-apattal for local transit service within the City of Aspen on a monthly basis in an amount equal to the revenues generated by a sales tax rate of 0.085% applied to the taxable retail sales within the City of Aspen during-the ARTICLE IX MEMBERS Section 9.01. Initial Members. The Initial Members shall be the Initial Signatories whose participation in the Authority is approved at the November 7, 2000 election as described in Section 2.05 hereof. Section 9.02. Withdrawal of Initial Members. (a) An Initial Member may withdraw from the Authority only if: (i) the Pitkin County Question or the Glenwood Springs Question is not approved at the November 7, 2000 election; and (ii) on or before November 28, 2000, the Governing Body of such Initial Member adopts a resolution or ordinance, and delivers written notice to all the other Initial Members, stating that such Initial Member has withdrawn from the Authority. (b) If an Initial Member withdraws from the Authority pursuant to subsection (a)of this Section: (i) the territory within the boundaries of such Initial Member will be excluded from the Boundaries of the Authority, except that territory within the Town of Basalt that is within Pitkin County shall remain within the Boundaries of the Authority if Pitkin County is an Initial Member and does not withdraw pursuant to subsection (a) of this Section; (ii) the Initial Authority Sales Tax that otherwise would have been levied within the boundaries of such Initial Member shall not be levied; and (iii) the obligations of such Initial Member set forth in this Agreement shall terminate. (c) Members may only withdraw from the Authority in the manner, and subject to the conditions, set forth in this Section. In particular, but not by way of limitation, none of the Initial Signatories may withdraw from the Authority if all six ballot questions described in Section 2.04(a) hereof are approved by the registered electors. 02-67662.10 20 Section 9.03. Additional Members. The State, acting through the State Transportation Commission, or any County or Municipality or portion thereof which is not an Initial Member of the Authority, may become a Member (for purposes of this Section, a "new Member") effective upon (a) the adoption of a resolution of the Board in accordance with Section 3.09 hereof, the effectiveness of which may be conditioned upon compliance by such new Member with any conditions which the Board, in its sole discretion, sees fit to impose; (b) such new Member's (i) compliance with all conditions to its admission as a Member imposed by the Board, (ii) compliance with all conditions to its entering into this Agreement or admission as a Member imposed under the Act eF and the Intergovernmental Relations Statute and (iii) .adoption and execution of this Agreement in accordance with applicable law; (c) unless the new Member is the State, approval of such new Member's participation in the Authority by the electors residing within the territory of the new Member that is to be included in the Boundaries of the Authority; and (d) compliance with any other conditions to the admission of such new Member as a Member or its execution of this Agreement imposed under the Act, the Intergovernmental Relations Statute or other applicable law. ARTICLE X TERM AND DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS UPON TERMINATION Section 10.01. Effective Date. The term of this Agreement .shall begin when all the conditions to the establishment of the Authority set forth in Section 2.01 hereof have been satisfied. Section 10.02. Termination. The term of this Agreement shall end when all the Members agree in writing to terminate this Agreement; provided, however, that this Agreement may not be terminated so long as the Authority has any Bonds outstanding. Section 10.03. Distribution of Assets Upon Termination. Upon termination of this Agreement pursuant to Section 10.02 hereof, after payment of all Bonds and other obligations of the Authority, the net assets of the Authority shall be distributed to the parties who are Members at such time in proportion to the sum of (a) the amount of cash and the value of property and services contributed by them to the Authority pursuant to Article VI hereof minus the amount of cash and the value of property previously distributed to them by the Authority and (b) the amount of Authority taxes or other charges (other than fares) paid by their residents to the Authority pursuant to the Authority's exercise of the powers granted to it pursuant to the Act, with taxes or other charges paid by residents of areas of Counties which are also located within a Municipality allocated 100% to the Municipality for such purposes. ARTICLE XI DEFENSE OF DIRECTORS, OFFICERS,MEMBERS OF ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND EMPLOYEES The Authority shall insure and defend each Director, Officer, member of an Advisory Committee and employee of the Authority in connection with any claim or actual or threatened suit, action or proceeding (civil, criminal or other, including appeals), in which he or she may be 02-67662.10 21 involved in his or her official capacity by reason of his or her being or having been a Director, Officer, member of a Committee or employee of the Authority, or by reason of any action or omission by him or her in such capacity. The Authority shall insure and defend each Director, Officer, member of a Committee and employee of the Authority against all liability, costs and expenses arising from any such claim, suit or action, except any liability arising from criminal offenses or willful misconduct or gross negligence. The Authority's obligations pursuant to this Article shall be limited to funds of the Authority available for such purpose, including but not necessarily limited to insurance proceeds. The Board may establish specific rules and procedures for the implementation of this Article. ARTICLE XII AMENDMENTS Section 12.01. Amendments Generally. Except as otherwise specifically provided in Sections 12.02 and 12.03 hereof, this Agreement may be amended only by resolution of the Board. Section 12.02. Amendments to Boundaries. Notwithstanding Section 12.01 hereof, Appendix A hereto and the definition of"Boundaries"may be amended by (a) a resolution of the Board and (b) the approval of the Governing Body of each Member, any portion of whose territory is either added to or removed from the Boundaries of the Authority. For purposes of this Section, territory of a Member that is a Municipality shall include territory within such Municipality's boundaries or within such Municipality's comprehensive planning area of influence as established as of the date first set forth above, but shall not include any territory which has previously been included within the incorporated boundaries of another Municipality. Section 12.03. Modification of Appendices B-I through B-6. Notwithstanding any other provision hereof, any ballot question attached hereto as Appendix B-1 through B-6 may be modified by the Governing Body of the Initial Signatory responsible for submitting such ballot question to the electors as provided in Section 2.04 hereof. ARTICLE XIII MISCELLANEOUS Section 13.01. Adoption and Execution of Agreement in Accordance with Law. Each Initial Signatory hereby represents to each other Initial Signatory that it has adopted and executed this Agreement in accordance with applicable law. Section 13.02. Parties in Interest. Nothing expressed or implied herein is intended or shall be construed to confer upon any Person other than the Initial Signatories and the Members any right, remedy or claim under or by reason of this Agreement, this Agreement being intended to be for the sole and exclusive benefit of the Initial Signatories and the Members. Section 13.03. No Personal Liability. No covenant or agreement contained in this Agreement or any resolution or Bylaw issued by the Board shall be deemed to by the covenant or 02-67662.10 22 agreement of an elected or appointed official, officer, agent, servant or employee of any Member in his or her individual capacity. Section 13.04. Notices. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, all notices, certificates, requests, requisitions or other communications by the Authority, any Member, any Director, any Alternate Director, any Officer or any member of a Committee to any other such person pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing; shall be sufficiently given and shall be deemed given when actually received, in the case of the Authority and officers of the Authority, at the last address designated by the Authority for such purpose and, in the case of such other persons, at the last address specified by them in writing to the Secretary of the Authority; and, unless a certain number of days is specified, shall be given within a reasonable period of time. Section 13.05. Assignment. None of the rights or benefits of any Member may be assigned, nor may any of the duties or obligations of any Member be delegated, without the express written consent of all the Members. Section 13.06. Severability. If any clause, provision, subsection, Section or Article of this Agreement shall be held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable for any reason, the invalidity, illegality or enforceability of such clause, provision, subsection, Section or Article shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of this Agreement. Section 13.07. Interpretation. Subject only to the express limitations set forth herein, this Agreement shall be liberally construed (a) to permit the Authority and the Members to exercise all powers that may be exercised by a rural transportation authority pursuant to the Act and by a separate legal entity created by a contract among the Members pursuant to the Intergovernmental Relations Statute; (b) to permit the Members to exercise all powers that may be exercised by them with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement pursuant to the Act, the Intergovernmental Relations Statute and other applicable law; and (c) to permit the Board to exercise all powers that may be exercised by the board of directors of a rural transportation authority pursuant to the Act and by the governing body of a separate legal entity created by a contract among the Members pursuant to the Intergovernmental Relations Statute. In the event of any conflict between the Act, the Intergovernmental Relations Statute or any other law with respect to the exercise of any such power, the provision that permits the broadest exercise of the power consistent with the limitations set forth in this Agreement shall control. Section 13.08. Governing Law. The laws of the State shall govern the construction and enforcement of this Agreement. Section 13.09. Counterparts. This Agreement may be execute in any number of counterparts, each of which, when so executed and delivered, shall be an original; but such counterparts shall together constitute but one and the same Agreement. 02.62662.10 23 APPENDIX A DETERMINATION OF BOUNDARIES OF THE AUTHORITY The Initial Boundaries of the Authority shall, subject to Section 9.02(b) hereof, consist of: 1. If the Authority is approved by a majority of the registered electors of Pitkin County voting thereon at the November 7, 2000 election, all territory within Pitkin County. 2. If the Authority is approved by a majority of the registered electors of the City of Glenwood Springs voting thereon at the November 7, 2000 election, all territory within the City of Glenwood Springs and all territory subsequently annexed to the City of Glenwood Springs. 3. If the Authority is approved by a majority of the registered electors of the Town of Carbondale voting thereon at the November 7, 2000 election, all territory within the Town of Carbondale and all territory subsequently annexed to the Town of Carbondale. 4. If the Authority is approved by a majority of the registered electors of unincorporated Garfield County within election precincts (as defined as of the date hereof) 1 through 12 voting thereon at the November 7, 2000 election, all territory within unincorporated Garfield County election precincts (as defined as of the date hereof) 1 through 12. 5. If the Authority is approved by a majority of the registered electors of the Town of Basalt voting on the Town of Basalt's participation as a Member of the Authority at the November 7, 2000 election, all territory within the Town of Basalt and all territory subsequently annexed to the Town of Basalt. 6. If the Authority is approved by a majority of the registered electors of unincorporated Eagle County within election precincts (as defined as of the date hereof) 7, 8, 24 and 25 voting thereon at the November 7, 2000 election, all territory within unincorporated Eagle County election precincts (as defined as of the date hereof) 7, 8, 24 and 25. 02-67662.10 APPENDIX B-1 PITKIN COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION SHALL THE ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") BE ESTABLISHED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING AND PROVIDING THE BUS SERVICES CURRENTLY PROVIDED BY THE ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY PLUS EXPANDED MASS TRANSIT AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AMONG THE CITY OF ASPEN, THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND PITKIN COUNTY AND, IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE RTA, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND EAGLE AND GARFIELD COUNTIES; SHALL PITKIN COUNTY ENTER INTO A MULTIPLE FISCAL YEAR FINANCIAL OBLIGATION TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE RTA AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE PROCEEDS OF A TAX RATE OF 0.7215% FROM PITKIN COUNTY'S EXISTING 1.5% TRANSPORTATION SALES �I3SP TAXES; ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE RTA IS EXPECTED TO BE PROVIDED FROM THE FOLLOWING SOURCES IF APPROVED BY THE VOTERS (OR, IN THE CASE OF THE EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES Al�Q 444; TAX, THE COMMISSIONERS) OF SUCH JURISDICTION OR AREA: 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF GARFIELD COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 1 THROUGH 12, 0.2% RTA SALES AND USE TAX WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES AND--JJ99 TAX IN THE PORTION OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25; AND SHALL ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE RTA FROM SUCH TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OTHERWISE PURSUANT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND EARNINGS THEREON CONSTITUTE A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE? 02-67662.10 APPENDIX B-2 GLENWOOD SPRINGS BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") TAXES LEVIED IN THE CITY OF GLENWOOD SPRINGS BE INCREASED $ (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE, NET OF ANY CONSTITUTIONALLY REQUIRED TAX CUTS) BY A 0.4% (FOUR CENTS ON EACH $10 PURCHASE) RTA SALES AND USE TAX LEVIED ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 2001 UPON EVERY TRANSACTION OR OTHER INCIDENT ON WHICH A SALES OR USE TAX IS LEVIED BY THE STATE (WHICH DOES NOT INCLUDE FOOD FOR HOME CONSUMPTION); SHALL THE RTA BE ESTABLISHED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING AND PROVIDING THE BUS SERVICES CURRENTLY PROVIDED BY THE ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY PLUS EXPANDED MASS TRANSIT AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AMONG GLENWOOD SPRINGS AND, IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE RTA, ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN, GARFIELD AND EAGLE COUNTIES; ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE RTA IS EXPECTED TO BE PROVIDED FROM THE FOLLOWING SOURCES IF APPROVED BY THE VOTERS (OR, IN THE CASE OF THE EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES SSE TAX, THE COMMISSIONERS) OF SUCH JURISDICTION OR AREA: AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE PROCEEDS OF A TAX RATE OF 0.7215% FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES AFB 4;SP TAXES, 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN CARBONDALE AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF GARFIELD COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 1 THROUGH 12, 0.2% RTA SALES AND USE TAX WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES Mss;9P TAX IN THE PORTION OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25; AND SHALL ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE RTA FROM SUCH TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OTHERWISE PURSUANT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND EARNINGS THEREON CONSTITUTE A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE? 02-67662.10 APPENDIX B-3 CARBONDALE BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") TAXES LEVIED IN THE TOWN OF CARBONDALE BE INCREASED $ (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE, NET OF ANY CONSTITUTIONALLY REQUIRED TAX CUTS) BY A 0.4% (FOUR CENTS ON EACH $10 PURCHASE) RTA SALES AND USE TAX LEVIED ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 2001 UPON EVERY TRANSACTION OR OTHER INCIDENT ON WHICH A SALES OR USE TAX IS LEVIED BY THE STATE (WHICH DOES NOT INCLUDE FOOD FOR HOME CONSUMPTION); SHALL THE RTA BE ESTABLISHED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FUNDIN G AND THE BUS SERVICES CURRENTLY PROVIDED BY THE ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY PLUS EXPANDED MASS TRANSIT AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AMONG CARBONDALE AND, IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE RTA, ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS AND PITKIN, GARFIELD AND EAGLE COUNTIES; ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE RTA IS EXPECTED TO BE PROVIDED FROM THE FOLLOWING SOURCES IF APPROVED BY THE VOTERS (OR, IN THE CASE OF THE EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES A#B I;SE TAX, THE COMMISSIONERS) OF SUCH JURISDICTION OR AREA: AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE PROCEEDS OF A TAX RATE OF 0.7215% FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES SII TAXES, 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF GARFIELD COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS I THROUGH 12, 0.2% RTA SALES AND USE TAX WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES AND USE TAX IN THE PORTION OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25; AND SHALL ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE RTA FROM SUCH TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OTHERWISE PURSUANT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND EARNINGS THEREON CONSTITUTE A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE? 02-67662.10 APPENDIX B-4 UNINCORPORATED GARFIELD COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") TAXES LEVIED IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF GARFIELD COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 1 THROUGH 12 BE INCREASED $ (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE, NET OF ANY CONSTITUTIONALLY REQUIRED TAX CUTS) BY A 0.4% (FOUR CENTS ON EACH $10 PURCHASE) RTA SALES AND USE TAX LEVIED ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 2001 UPON EVERY TRANSACTION OR OTHER INCIDENT ON WHICH A SALES OR USE TAX IS LEVIED BY THE STATE (WHICH DOES NOT INCLUDE FOOD FOR HOME CONSUMPTION); SHALL THE RTA BE ESTABLISHED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FUNDIN G AND THE BUS SERVICES CURRENTLY PROVIDED BY THE ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY PLUS EXPANDED MASS TRANSIT AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AMONG GARFIELD COUNTY AND, IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE RTA, ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN AND EAGLE COUNTIES; ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE RTA IS EXPECTED TO BE PROVIDED FROM THE FOLLOWING SOURCES IF APPROVED BY THE VOTERS (OR, IN THE CASE OF THE EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES A�,Q 44;F4 TAX, THE COMMISSIONERS) OF SUCH JURISDICTION OR AREA: AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE PROCEEDS OF A TAX RATE OF 0.7215% FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES � 9SI3 TAXES, 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS AND CARBONDALE, 2% RTA SALES AND USE TAX WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES AND I;SE TAX IN THE PORTION OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25; AND SHALL ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE RTA FROM SUCH TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OTHERWISE PURSUANT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND EARNINGS THEREON CONSTITUTE A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE? 02-67662.10 APPENDIX B-5 BASALT BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("F \") TAXES LEVIED IN THE TOWN OF BASALT BE INCREASED $ (FIRST FULL SCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE, NET OF ANY CONSTITUTIONALLY REQUIRED TAX CUTS) BY A 0.2% (TWO CENTS ON EACH $10 PURCHASE) RTA SALES AND USE TAX LEVIED ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 2001 UPON EVERY TRANSACTION OR OTHER INCIDENT ON WHICH A SALES OR USE TAX IS LEVIED BY THE STATE (WHICH DOES NOT INCLUDE FOOD FOR HOME CONSUMPTION); SHALL THE RTA BE ESTABLISHED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING AND PROVIDING THE BUS SERVICES CURRENTLY PROVIDED BY THE ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY PLUS EXPANDED MASS TRANSIT AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AMONG THE TOWN OF BASALT AND, IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE RTA, ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN, GARFIELD AND EAGLE COUNTIES; ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE RTA IS EXPECTED TO BE PROVIDED FROM THE FOLLOWING SOURCES IF APPROVED BY THE VOTERS (OR, IN THE CASE OF THE EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES AND ;JS; TAX, THE COMMISSIONERS) OF SUCH JURISDICTION OR AREA: AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE PROCEEDS OF A TAX RATE OF 0.7215% FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES ANI 98E TAXES, 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF GARFIELD COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS I THROUGH 12, 0.2% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES A Z43 4ISE TAX IN THE PORTION OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25; AND SHALL ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE RTA FROM SUCH TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OTHERWISE PURSUANT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND EARNINGS THEREON CONSTITUTE A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE? 02-67662.10 APPENDIX B-6 UNINCORPORATED EAGLE COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION SHALL THE ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") BE ESTABLISHED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING AND PROVIDING THE BUS SERVICES CURRENTLY PROVIDED BY THE ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY PLUS EXPANDED MASS TRANSIT AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AMONG EAGLE COUNTY AND, IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE RTA, ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN AND GARFIELD COUNTIES; FUNDING FOR THE RTA IS EXPECTED TO BE PROVIDED FROM THE FOLLOWING SOURCES IF APPROVED BY THE VOTERS (OR, IN THE CASE OF THE EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES AND 4;2P. TAX, THE COMMISSIONERS) OF SUCH JURISDICTION OR AREA: AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE PROCEEDS OF A TAX RATE OF 0.7215% FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES A=4 INE TAXES, 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF GARFIELD COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 1 THROUGH 12, 0.2%RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN BASALT, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES A 41D ;;gF4 TAX IN THE PORTION OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN BASALT AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF EAGLE COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS 7, 8, 24 AND 25; AND SHALL ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE RTA FROM SUCH TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OTHERWISE PURSUANT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AND EARNINGS THEREON CONSTITUTE A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE? 02-67602.10 APPENDIX C REGIONAL TRANSIT SERVICES The Authority shall use its best efforts to provide the following Regional Transit Services: 1. Transit service will be available at least every 30 minutes year-round in every community in the Roaring Fork Valley. Service will be provided every 15 minutes between El Jebel, Aspen, and Snowmass Village during winter peak hours. a Highway 122 2. Trunk service up the Brush Creek Road corridor a,a-o ----, -3—. 3. Trunk service on Hiehwav 133 at the current locations. 4. New service will be provided between Rifle and Glenwood Springs every hour 5:30 a.m. until 8:30 p.m.; every two hours until midnight. 5. Service between Rifle and Glenwood Springs will be provided every two hours from 6:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. weekends. 46. Implementation of the new service plan will begin with an amended Transit Development Plan that will be adopted during 2001. Service improvements will be achieved on a phased basis, as necessary new equipment and staff(drivers) can be deployed. It is estimated that this process should take 12 months from date the Authority is formed. As such, the service improvements may begin prior to full transition of RFTA to the Authority. 02-67662.10 APPENDIX D PAYMENTS TO PITHIN COUNTY WITH RESPECT TO OUTSTANDING PITHIN COUNTY BONDS PAYABLE FROM PITHIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES AND USE TAXES Year Principal Total Interest Debt Service 2001 $490,000 $292,942.50 $782,942.50 2002 510,000 269,977.50 779,977.50 2003 540,000 245,465.00 785,465.00 2004 565,000 218,620.00 783,620.00 2005 595,000 189,762.50 784,762.50 2006 620,000 158,495.00 778,495.00 2007 655,000 125,360.00 780,360.00 2008 205,000 89,667.50 294,667.50 2009 220,000 79,225.00 299,225.00 2010 230,000 67,897.50 297,897.50 2011 240,000 55,897.50 295,897.50 2012 250,000 43,215.00 293,215.00 2013 265,000 29,840.00 294,840.00 2014 285,000 15,515.00 300,515.00 Totals $5,670,000 $1,881,880.00 $7,551,880.00 02-67662.10 APPENDIX E RATIONALE FOR DIFFERENT FUNDING LEVELS FROM DIFFERENT AREAS I. The differences in funding levels within the Initial Boundaries of the Authority are based on differential services and/or benefits derived from transportation services to be provided by the Authority. 2. The differential funding levels result in 65 percent of the revenues required to support regional transit services being derived from the upper valley jurisdictions. The rationale for the higher percentage of Authority revenue being derived from the upper valley communities includes the following considerations: (a) A proportionately larger amount of travel demand is caused by employment concentrations in the upper valley. (b) Due to higher service demands, transit service frequencies are presently higher in the upper valley. (c) The upper valley jurisdictions experience traffic congestion during peak periods and have introduced travel demand management programs (e.g., paid parking) to help manage this congestion, resulting in higher transit demand. Transit service to be provided by the Authority preserves mobility that could be affected by these programs. (d) The concentration of visitor-serving businesses in upper valley jurisdictions generates the largest portion of the regional sales tax base. 3. The higher funding levels (based on the combined Authority and Eagle County tax rates in unincorporated Eagle County and the portion of the Town of Basalt located in Eagle County and the combined Authority and Pitkin County tax rates in the portion of the Town of Basalt located in Pitkin County) is based on the cost of providing regional transit to the Town of Basalt and unincorporated Eagle County. 4. The rationale for the percentage of Authority revenue being derived from the mid- and lower-valley jurisdictions includes the following: (a) Regional transit service provides access to jobs, schools, shopping and recreation in the region for those who do not own automobiles or choose not to drive. (b) New services are being extended to the lower valley jurisdictions, including service down the I-70 corridor to provide transit service to the jobs and shopping centers located in the City of Glenwood Springs. (c) Improvement to transit services is a cost-effective way to manage traffic congestion in the mid- and lower-valleyjurisdictions. 02-67662.10 APPENDIX D PAYMENTS TO PITHIN COUNTY WITH RESPECT TO OUTSTANDING PITHIN COUNTY BONDS PAYABLE FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES ,A ND INN TAXES Year Principal Total Interest Debt Service 2001 $490,000 $292,942.50 $782,942.50 2002 510,000 269,977.50 779,977.50 2003 540,000 245,465.00 785,465.00 2004 565,000 218,620.00 783,620.00 2005 595,000 189,762.50 784,762.50 2006 620,000 158,495.00 778,495.00 2007 655,000 125,360.00 780,360.00 2008 205,000 89,667.50 294,667.50 2009 220,000 79,225.00 299,225.00 2010 230,000 67,897.50 297,897.50 2011 240,000 55,897.50 295,897.50 2012 250,000 43,215.00 293,215.00 2013 265,000 29,840.00 294,840.00 2014 285,000 15,515.00 300,515.00 Totals $5,670,000 $1,881,880.00 $7,551,880.00 02-67662.10 (d) The predominant amount of regional growth is occurring in the mid- and lower valley jurisdictions; this residential and commercial growth is causing increases in travel demand within the lower valley and related congestion that can be mitigated, in part, through provision of transit services. (e) Regional transit services provide access to economic and employment opportunities for many down-valley residents who spend their earnings in down-valley jurisdictions. 02-67662.10 E-2 APPENDIX F INITIAL CAPITAL PROGRAM Section 1. ROARING FORK TRANSIT AUTHORITY 2001 - 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET AND ESTIMATE OF NET BOND PROCEEDS REQUIRED AMOUNT TOTAL ITEM DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PER UNIT AMOUNT 40-FOOT TRANSIT COACHES EXISTING RFTA REPLACEMENT 24 $ 300,000 $ 7,200,000 40-FOOT TRANSIT COACHES NEW RTA SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS 17 $ 300,000 $ 5,100,000 DOWN VALLEY MAINTENANCE FACILITY UPGRADE 1 $2,100.000 $ 2,100,000 UP VALLEY MAINTENANCE FACILITY UPGRADE 1 $ 700+000 $ 700,000 PARK&RIDE FACILITY HIGHWAY 82 OR 133 1 $ 500,000 $ 500,000 PARK&RIDE FACILITY 1-70 I $ 500,000 $ 500,000 EMPLOYEE HOUSING 15-20 UNITS 1 T 3,000,000 $ 3,000,000 EQUIPMENTNEHICLES SNOWPLOWS/MAINTENANCE N/A $ 500,000 $ 500,000 VEHICLES BUS STOP IMPROVEMENTS HIGHWAY 82(EL JEBEL-GLENWOOD) 20 $ 25,000 $ 500,000 TRANSIT CENTER GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1 $2,000,000 $ 2,000,000 TOTAL 10-YEAR CAPITAL BUDGET N/A N/A N/A $ 22,100,000 ASSUMED FTA CAPITAL GRANTS ANNUAL FTA GRANT FUNDING 10 $(1,100,000) $(11,000,000) Section 2. ESTIMATED NET BOND N/A N/A N/A $ 11,100,000 PROCEEDS REQUIRED 02-67662.10 APPENDIX GINVENT-ORY Or,RF4A ASSETS {>e he PFevided}G INVENTORY OF RFTA ASSETS RFTA FIXED ASSET LIST TAG# DEPT NAME FUND CT FIA# A FIA TITLE CATEGORY DESCRIPTION COST 421300 RFTA 800 24 002 BIKE RACKS OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV (4)5'BIKE RACK 623.92 421301 RFTA 800 24 002 BIKE RACKS OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV (3)5' BIKE RACK 46( 7.94) 713100 RFTA 800 24 002 BIKE RACKS OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV (3)5'BIKE RACKS 575.87 115201 RFTA 800 24 040 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV (8)BUS SHELTERS 35.869.04 ACILITI 180400 RFTA 800 24 040 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV (10)BUS SHELTERS 40.892.99 -- FACILITIES 529600 RFTA 800 24 040 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV (10) BUS SHELTERS 33.750.00 — -- A ILITIES 545400 RFTA 800 24 040 BUS STOP OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV 6 BUS SHELTERS 25.110.00 FA ILITI ES 767400 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV PNR/BR CK&82 9.175.00 A IL)TC IT EE — 767401 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV PNR/EL JEBEL 18.483.44 UTIES 167402 RFTA 800 24 040 25 1 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV CITY BUS STOP 6.940.00 ff-A(,ILIE 767403 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV PNR/COWAN CENTER 6.090.00 — — FA ILI 767404 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV PNR/AIRPORT 2.950.00 A ILI 115100 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHT&POLE 965.00 _= MHTING 115101 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT _= LIUATfRF 774.00 545500 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHT & 1 2. 00.00 _= LTi;HTf1T� 02-67662.10 545600 1 RFTA 800 24 800 1 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS I ASPEN 8.000.00 __ (T- JUNCTION 573800 RFTA 800 ; 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS AABC 3.945.00 -- L -IffT 1031300 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS& POLES 2.500.00 _= MHTING OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV Total 197.376.32 766900 RFTA 800 26 110 PHOTO TAKING SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP CAMCORDER 799.98 _= EQUIP 1031000 RFTA 80010- 26 110 PHOTO TAKING SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP DELUXE 4 SHOT CAMERA 908.94 124800 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 400 COMMUNIC & SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PA SYSTEM 1.055.19 AU I IP 711050 RFTA 800 26 401 SECURITY SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP SECURITY SURVELLANCE 9 725.00 ITEA-R-M-97STEM 767500 RFTA 800 26 401 SECURITY SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP RUBEY PARK 4.314.89 ALAM-SYSTEM 465901 RFTA 800 26 410 RADIO SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP RADIO REPEATER 3.000.00 T(5M—MUNTC Eau IP 574500 RFTA 800 26 410 RADIO SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP 12 YR TRUCK SYSTEM 139.535.00 COMMUNTC LEASE UIP 334000 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 411 TRANSMITTERS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXAR BASE STATION 2.647.95 574300 RFTA 800 26 411 TRANSMITTERS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP RADIO SYSTEM ACQUISTION 401 938.00 112400 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MT500 HAND PACK 0.00 112500 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MT500 HAND PACK 0.00 112600 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MT500 HAND PACK 0.00 127400 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO - FOR _= 2,963.50 127500 RFTA 800 26 414 1 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO - FOR _= 2.963.50 127600 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO - FOR _= PMCE 2.963.50 712750 RFTA 800 26.414 1 HAND UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO 652.60 712800 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO 652.60 712850 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO 652.60 02-67W.10 G-2 1030400 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HT1000 A3 UHF HAND PACK 789.63 RADIO 1030500 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HT1000 A3 UHF HAND PACK 789.63 KAUIU 1030600 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP HT1000 A3 UHF HAND PACK 789.64 RADIO 124900 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE 2.932.09 125000 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 125100 RFTA 800 261415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 125200 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 125300 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 125400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 125500 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 125600 RFTA 800 26 415 IMOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 125800 RFTA 800 26 4-15 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 125900 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 126000 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2,932.09 126300 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _ _= 2.932.09 126400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2,932.09 126500 RFTA 800 26415 1 IMOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 126600 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _ _= 2.932.09 126800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE 126900 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.932.09 127000 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA 800 - C4 _= luEEV 1 3.156.45 127100 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE 2 714.48 02-67662.10 G-3 127200 RFTA 800 1 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= 2.714.48 127300 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE _= KALNU 2.714.48 292500 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 292600 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 292700 RFTA 800 tZ6 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 292800 RFTA 800 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 292900 RFTA 800 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 464800 RFTA 800 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1.174.88 468400 RFTA 800 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1.344.13 468500 RFTA 800 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1 344.13 468600 RFTA 800 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1.344.12 468700 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1.344.12 468800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1.344.12 574400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE RADIO 514.00 712350 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE RADIO 798.90 712400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE RADIO 798.90 712450 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE RADIO 798.90 718800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 718900 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719000 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719100 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719200 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 02-67662.10 G-4 719300 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719500 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719600 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719700 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719900 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 720000 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 720100 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 720200 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 720300 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 720400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 767100 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL & TECH EQUIP (3)MAX TRAC RADIOS 1.470.57 1030700 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 300 UHF 783.73 1030800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 504.00 1030900 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC 100 A5 UHF 442.01 MOBILE N 930000 RFTA 800 26 426 TAPE RECORDER SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MICROCASSETTE 0.00 930001 RFTA 800 26 426 TAPE RECORDER SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP SONY DICTAPHONE 669.00 952000 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 427 DICTATING SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP DICTAPHONE 572.00 766800 RFTA 800 26 431 T.V SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP TVNCR 549.97 768400 RFTA 800 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP TOSHIBA PHONE SYSTEM 11.012.30 768401 RFTA 800 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PHONE SYSTEM - PAGING 1.385.10 02.67662.10 G-5 768401 RFTA P800 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PHONE SYSTEM - RUBY 1,890.89 _= PARK— 768402 RFTA 26!1!12 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP VOICE MAIL SYSTEM _= 2.759.00 768403 RFTA 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PHONE SYSTEM EXPANSION _= 2.818.00 573900 RFTA 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP TWINHEAD NOTEBOOK 5.506.00 _= p-EF�N� CDWUTER 166T2 574100 RFTA 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-PENTIUM P5-166 2.324.00 AL 574200 RFTA 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC-PENTIUM P5-166 2,324.00 1PERSONAL 1031800 RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PENTIUM 120 2,184.00 _= PEA 154100 RFTA-PITCO 800 L61606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAINT MGMT INFORMATION 122.86 -- Y TEMS 178500 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC BASED MAINTENANCE 19,726.83 -- SYSTEMS 178501 RFTA-PITCO 800 f 26 606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC BASED MAINTENANCE 3,840.84 SYSTEMS 120400 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PII 266- SERVER EQUIPMENT 10.252.00 120700 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP P233-64 LAPTOP WICASE EQUIPMENT 1,397.99 120800 RFTA 800 26 610 1 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC- E3200 350 CD ROM E UIPM N 1.610.00 120900 RFTA 800 26 610 1 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-SOLO 9100 S5 -- E UIPMENT PUMBLE 4,085.00 121000 RFTA 800 26 610 I COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,581.00 121100 RFTA 800 26 610 1 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER UIPMEN 1.853.00 121200 RFTA 800 26 610 1 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1.853.00 121300 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER -- EQUI�NT 1853.00 121400 RFTA 800 26 610 1 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER UIPMENT 1,853.00 rJ21500 RFTA 800 26 61 0 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER UIPM N 1,853.00 RFTA 800 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER - -- E UIPM N 1.761.00 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER -- UI M N 1.761.00 02-67662.10 G-6 121800 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EZFlv1EI� 1,761.00 121900 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EUTMENT 1,761.00 122000 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER __ ) 1.761.00 122100 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER __ 1,761.00 736302 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PENTIUM 120 FILESERVER 3.131.00 _= lum IM IPMENT 736600 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAINT NETWORK 7.557.65 EDUIPME—NT 736601 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP NETWORK ENHANCEMENT 2,331.75 IPMENT 736602 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP NETWORK ENHANCEMENT 6,544.00 -- E UIPMENT 736603 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP LASER SCANNER 711.50 EQUIPMENT 736605 RFTA 800 F26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP TMT BARCODE MODULE 1,898.00 EQUIPMENT 120500 RFTA 800 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 4000TN LASERJET PRINTERS 1,487.00 120600 RFTA 800 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP COLOR 1520 INKJET PRINTERS 715.00 293400 RFTA 800 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HP LASERJET 1,989.74 = l � 736604 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP DMX 400 THERMAL PRINTER 1.895.75 PRINT EIT3� 768000 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP HP 4 SIMX PRINTER 4.258.00 PRINTER 768001 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 8MB RAM/4P 4PRINTER 450.00 PRINTE 1768100 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP CANON BUBBLE JET 310.89 == I -P-R-1 RTSR9__ PMNTER 543100 RFTA 800 26 942 TRAFFIC SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP RADAR GUN & RECHGER- 640.00 CONTROL EQUIP BATT SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP Total 795,770.24 935200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BOND COST FOR BUS ACQ 25,781.25 VEHI L 544300 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 95 LEGACY WAGON 16.170.00 718400 RFTA 8001 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 SUPREME CUTAWAY VAN 37,612.50 718401 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP HEADSIGN 3,646.24 02-67662.10 G-7 718500 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP 94 SUPREME CUTAWAY VAN 37.612.50 11 718501 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP HEADSIGN 3.646.24 HI LE 718502 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP ELECTRONIC HEADSIGN 4.461.66 767200 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP (46) ELECTRONIC 128.808.39 544000 RFTA 800 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 95 CANDIDATE DIAL A RIDE 43.995.00 573500 RFTA r800 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 98 SENATOR-DIAL A RIDE 573600 RFTA 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP 98 SENATOR-DIAL A RIDE 59 743.00 115400 RFTA 23 020 TURTLETOP VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 85 TURTLETOP 36.506.48 896803 RFTA-PITCO 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2 348.63 13632 735000 RFTA 00 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8.723.06 735100 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8.735.12 13632 735200 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8.735.11 — 13632 735300 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8.735.11 13632 735400 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8 735.11 _— 13632 735500 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8.735.11 13632 735600 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8.735.11 — _ Z — 13632 735700 RFTA 800 1233 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8.735.11 1 363 2FRFT 800'' 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 873511 — 13632 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP IT BU S 8.735.11 1 632 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP SIT BUS 8.735.11 11 332 TCO 800 23 066 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149.197.73 TCO 800 23 Gob NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2.348.64 02fi7662.10 G-8 . 897000 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 067 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149.197.73 897003 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 067 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2.348.64 1 6 4 897100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 068 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149.197.76 TTUT- 897103 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 068 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2.348.64 897200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 069 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149.197.73 _= 1 SUM - 897203 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 069 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2.348.64 —— 11 6�T6— 512700 RFTA-CITY 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP 84 DODGE PICKUP 0.00 WA N 128000 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 CHEROKEE-C4 == 1 19.965.00 128200 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1998 FORD RANGER PICKUP _= 15.700.00 544100 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP F350 TRUCK W/SNOWPLOW 18.200.00 544200 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 2AXLE TRAILER W/SGL 1,400.00 BRAKE 573400 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 97 JEEP CHEROKEE-C3 19.870.00 616900 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP S-10 BLAZER 14.110.00 617000 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP S-10 BLAZER 14.400.00 711200 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 4X4 SUPER CAB W/TOOL 12,470.00 I BOX ftj�'A 250 R FTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 4X4 SUPER CAB W/TOOL 12.47300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 183 GMC VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 85 FLATBED WITH 42,882.12 SPREADER :54500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 184 POWER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP POWER SWEEPER W/HIGH 15,829.21 WEEPER 466500 RFTA 800 23 187 DODGE VAN VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 90 B-350 WHITE VAN 18.002.50 466700 RFTA 800 23 187 DODGE VAN VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP 90 B-350 WHITE VAN 18.002.50 127800 RFTA 800 23 292 FORK LIFT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1995 FORK LIFT == 27.360.84 469400 RFTA 800 23 381 ENGINE VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 8.2 ENGINE MODULE 20.000.00 02s7662.10 G-9 970000 RFTA-PITCO 800 f 23 385 TRANSMISSION VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSMISSION 8.953.00 962500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.78 962600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.78 962700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.78 962800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 962900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 963000 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 963100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 963200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 963300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 963400 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 965500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.93 965600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.93 965700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.92 965800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.92 965900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.92 124700 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP (17) ELECTRONIC - -- A EB 91.375.00 467800 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP (11) FARE BOX W/SELF 11,205.50 LOCK 544400 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP (6) ELECTRONIC 30.060.00 -- FAR 712300 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP (3)FARE BOX W/SELF LOCK 1.849.57 717900 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP (6) FARE BOXES 7.215.92 718600 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES 8 MOBILE EQUIP (6)FARE BOX 7.291.85 02-67662.10 G-10 749100 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (3)FARE BOX&VAULT 4.882.50 769600 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP (31)ELECTRONIC FAREBOX 182.435.48 964500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 964600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 964700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 964800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 964900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 1 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 965000 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 965100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 965200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 965300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 965400 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 966600 RFTA-PITCO 8001 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 966700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 966800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 966900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967000 RFTA-PITCO 800 231;192 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 1967100 RFTA-PITCO 800 L31292 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 i(167200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 1 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967400 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES-& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 02-67662.10 G-11 967600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 13266 967700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 -- 967900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 968000 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 968100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 968200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 9 RF 68300 TA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES-& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 968400 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 968500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 968600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 968700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 128300 RFTA 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP CASHBOX ASS4-RECEIVER _- 9.514.16 718000 RFTA 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOB!_F EQUIP (12)VAULT- SLATE GRAY 2 243.98 718700 RFTA 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP (12)VAULTS- SLATE GRAY 2.267.95 115300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 395 DESTINATION VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP (321 DESTINATION SIGN 5.277.32 -- SIGN 157700 - 5 R A FT -PITS'! 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1985 AUDIT COST 100.00 7700 Iuf 11 1 -RFTA-PITCO 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP RELATED BUS ACQUISITION 971385_ -- 122200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1999 ARTICULATED BUS - == 378.353.00 122300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1999 ARTICULATED BUS = = 378 353.00 122400 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER - _= 251 708.00 122900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER _= 251.708.00 02-67662.10 G-12 123000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER _= 251.708.00 123100 RFTA 800 23 400 IBUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251.708.00 123200 RFTA 800 23 400 IBUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251.708.00 123300 RFTA 800 23 400 1 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251.708.00 123400 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER == 251.708.00 123500 RFTA 800 23 400 IBUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER _= 251.708.00 123600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER == 251.708.00 123700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SPARE POWER PLANT 54.287.00 123800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251.708.00 123900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER == 251.708.00 124000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251.708.00 124100 RFTA 1800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER _= 251,708.00 124200 RFTA 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER = 251,708.00 124300 RFTA 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251.708.00 124400 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 124500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER _= 251.708.00 124600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER _ _= 251.708.00 --- 1128100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1985 ARTICULATED BUS 55.000.00 292000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP METROLINER COACH 125,386.02 292100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP METROLINER COACH 125.386.02 292200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP METROLINER COACH 125.386.03 292400 RFTA 800 23 400 1 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP METROLINER COACH 125.386.03 02-62662.10 G-13 466800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155.000.00 466900 RFTA 800 f 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155.000.00 467000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155.000.00 467100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155.000.00 467200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155.000.00 467300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155.000.00 467400 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155 000.00 467500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS '155.000.00 467600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS '155.000.00 467700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155.000.00 468900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 30'TRANSIT BUS 111.271.35 468901 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP DOWN PAYMENT ON 185.743.24 VILLA ER 468902 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BOND COSTS ON NEW 26.894.52 468903 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP CAPITALIZED INTEREST ON 5.276.79 469000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 30'TRANSIT BUS 111.271.35 469100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 30'TRANSIT BUS 111.271.35 469200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 30'TRANSIT BUS 111.271.35 469300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 30'TRANSIT BUS 111 271.35 529500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP LEASE/PURCHSE 856.00 _= INE 543500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34.576.04 _= AM RI 0 543600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34.576.00 _= 1 543700 RFTA 800 231400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34 576.00 _= CAMBRIA#318 02-67662.10 G-14 543800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34.576.00 17 543900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34.576.00 -- BRI 321 573700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP ELF-HUNTER CREEK 108,933.00 617100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP POWER LIFT 7.500.00 712550 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP STARSHIP SHUTTLE 62.128.00 712600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP STARSHIP SHUTTLE(CNG) 66,528.00 735001 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1.000.00 735101 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1.000.00 735201 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 735301 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 735401 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 735501 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 735601 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 735701 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 735801 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1.000.00 735901 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 736001 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 748900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP GALENA ST SHUTTLE 47.227.45 749000 RFTA 800 f L31400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP GALENA ST SHUTTLE 47.227.46 768500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON FIBER 328 545.17 -- WFAREBOX 768600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON FIBER 328.545.17 VWFAREBOX 768700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON FIBER 328.545.17 FAREBOX 02.67662.10 G-15 768701 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP CARBON FIBER SPARE 40.000.00 _= I LAN 768800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278.559.17 == H A I N 768900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278.559.17 769000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278.559.17 _= 1 769100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278.559.17 _= I N 769200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236.174.17 769300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236.174.17 H SI N 769400 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SPARE POWER PLANT 39.635.00 769500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SPARE POWER PLANT 58 040.00 769700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER W/FAREBOX 236,762.17 769800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER W/FAREBOX 236 762.17 769900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER W/FAREBOX 236.762.17 _- -- - 770000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES_ VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236 762.17 -- WTH-EADSIGN 770100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236762.17 _= WHADI N 770200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES_ VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236.762.17 W/HEADSI N 770300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236.762.17 -= W/HEADSIGN 770400 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236 762.17 _= W HEAD I N 770500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236 762.17 -= W/HEADSI N 770600 RFTA 800 23 j=0=0 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236.762.17 = WIHEADSIUN 770700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236.762.17 _- WTH-EADSIGN 770800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.16 _= UFFOUSIGN K70:90:0:- RFTA 800 --23F400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236.762.16 WNJEADSIGN 02.67662.10 G-16 771000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236.762.16 970100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 501 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146.675.60 _= 1 7 _BUS 970101 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 501 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2.348.64 TS97 970200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 502 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146.675.60 13498 _BUS 970201 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 502 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2.348.64 _= 134 970202 RFTA 800 23 502 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3.798.67 970300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 503 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13500 BUS 970301 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 503 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 - 13500 970302 RFTA 800 23 503 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATER 3,798.67 13500 970400 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 504 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13501 BUS 970401 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 504 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2 348.64 13501 970402 RFTA 800 23 504 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3.798.67 13501 970500 RFTA-PITCO F800 =0 23 505 NEOPLAN_ BUS _#VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13505 BUS 970501 RFTA-PITCO 0 23 505 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13505 970502 RFTA 23 505 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 379867 13505 970600 RFTA-PITCO 0 23 506 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13502 BUS 970601 RFTA-PITCO 0 23 506 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13502 970602 RFTA 0 23 506 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13502 970700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 507 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13499 BUS 970701 RFTA-PITCO 800 1 23 507 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2 348.64 _- 1 94 9 970702 RFTA 800 23 507 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 -- T 9-9 970800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 508 1 EOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146.675.60 1 5 IBUS 02-67662.10 G-17 970801 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 508 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2.348.64 5�- 970802 RFTA 800 1 23 508 1 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP WABAST0 HEATERS 3.798.67 13495 970900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146.675.60 _= 1--35G4 — 970901 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2.348.64 __ 04 970902 RFTA 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3798.67 _= 1� 971000 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 510 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146.675.60 —— 13503 BUS 971001 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 510 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 234864 _— 13503 971002 RFTA 800 23 510 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3.798.67 13503 971100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 511 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146.675.60 _— 13496 BUS 971102 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 511 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2 348.64 13496 971103 RFTA 800 23 511 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3 798.67 13496 VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP Total 181268.526A6 115000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 004 PAINT SPRAYER WORK & SVC EQUIP FRESH AIR MASK :::;2 018.67 910400 RFTA-CITY 800 22 004 PAINT SPRAYER WORK & SVC EQUIP PAINT SPRAYER 114.80 OF ASPEN 910500 RFTA-CITY 800 22 004 KLADDER ER WORK & SVC EQUIP PAINT SPRAYER 204.40 OF ASPEN 999300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 WORK & SVC EQUIP 12 STEP STEEL SAFTEY 481.50 _ = LADD 999400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 WORK & SVC EQUIP 12 STEP SAFLEY LADDER 481.50 VR 800 22 013 WORK & SVC EQUIP 8' HEAVY DU TY STEP 181.45 -- LADD 800 22 013 LADDER WORK & SVC EQUIP 5 STEP W/HANDRAIL 184.00 __ -- LADDEK 800 2201 LADDER WORK & SVC EQUIP 5 STEP W/HANDRAIL 184.00 __ -- LADDER 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK & SVC EQUIP IR AIR IMPACT WRENCH 525.00 TARDONDAL _�- 573000 RFTA- 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK 8 SVC EQUIP 6017 TORQUE WRENCH 504.89 CAMONDAL 02-67662.10 G-18 972800 RFTA-PITCO 800 Z21100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP HYDRALIC VEHICLE LIFTS 38.289.00 E'ZF01� 718100 RFTA 800 221100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP PROLINK 9000 1.396.47 __ K; 718200 RFTA 800 22 100 EZ5[TGARAGE iF- &WORK &SVC EQUIP OPACITY METER 2.218.23 1030100 RFTA 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP BACK BUDDY 1.024.84 __ A EDUP 952200 RFTA-PITCO P800 22 107 BUS WASHER WORK & SVC EQUIP BUS WASHER 60.995.00 952203 RFTA-PITCO 22 107 BUS WASHER WORK & SVC EQUIP BUS WASHER 4.505.39 259301 RFTA-PITCO 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK & SVC EQUIP 2-TON HYDRAULIC 343.50 L EQUIP 60001 RFTA-PITCO 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK & SVC EQUIP INJECTOR FLOW- 3.177.00 - _ TOOLS & EQUIP OMPARATOR 831441 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK & SVC EQUIP 86 BUS MAINT FACILITY 6.392.02 TOOLS-& EQUIP 831442 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK & SVC EQUIP 87 BUS MAINT FACILITY 6 392.02 TOOLS& EQUIP 953800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK & SVC EQUIP POWER SOURCE 1.295.84 TOOLS& EQUIP 954300 _RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE_ WORK & SVC EQUIP BRAKE SHOE ARCER 3.757.11 TOOLS & EQUIP 985100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE_ WORK & SVC EQUIP MICROPROCESS CONTROL 1.437.53 TOOLS-& EQUIP BOX 464300 RFTA -800'-22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK & SVC EQUIP NUTSERT TOOL 392.74 TOTO LWUIP ;142500 RFTA- 800 22 113 GREASE PUMP WORK & SVC EQUIP AIR GREASE GUN 649.00 CARBONDAL �- 542600 RFTA- 800 22 113 GREASE PUMP WORK &SVC EQUIP 90 WT. PUMP 719.64 CARBONDAL E 912100 RFTA-CITY 800 22 113 GREASE PUMP WORK & SVC EQUIP HIGH PRESSURE GREASE 300.00 OF ASPEN PU P 912900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 114 ENGINE WORK & SVC EQUIP FUEL PUMP ANALYZER 3.232.47 OF A = _= AN ER 155000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST BOX 818.00 S 155001 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST 92.82 TOOLS - 02-67662.10 1030000 RFTA- 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR IMPACT WRENCH 599.00 CA��ONDAL 154600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP 1"IMPACT WRENCH 339.08 911100 RFTA-CITY 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK & SVC EQUIP IMPACT SET 100.00 FbrT 911200 RFTA-CITY 800 OWN 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK & SVC EQUIP IMPACT WRENCH SOCKETS 236.35 = -- 912700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 022 JIGSAW WORK & SVC EQUIP SAWZALL KIT 148.95 FA N 542400 RFTA- 800 22 100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC r7UIP SET OF SEFAC LIFTS 44OV 23.051.00 CAR MACHANIC E UI 1030200 RFTA- 800 22 100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC EQUIP BACK BUDDY 1.024.83 CARBONDAL MACHANIC E E UIP 179300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 r100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC EQUIP SECTION ADVANCED 4.740.74 MACHANIC ALIGNER EQUIP 179301 _RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC EQUIP TRUCK WIWHEEL MOUNT 3.145.44 MACHANIC E UIP r7058OO RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC EQUIP 3/4 IMPACT TOOL AT750 299.95 MACHANIC EQUIP RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC EQUIP 25 TON SHOP PRESS 737.86 MACHANIC EQUIP RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC EQUIP 25-TON SHOP JACK 218.13 MACHANIC EQUIP 705803 t, TA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC EQUIP BEARING SUPPORT 31.87 MACHANIC EQUIP 705804 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK & SVC EQUIP PRESS ADAPTOR 115.67 MACHANIC EQUIP 705805 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE & WORK & SVC EQUIP BEARING ADAPTOR 174.27 MACHANIC 1. Q UI 705806 RFTA-PITCO 800 221100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP GAUGE ADAPTOR 135.33 = Alin H�IIG�- t:QuIF- 02-67662.10 G-19 951500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 123 SHARPNER WORK &SVC EQUIP DRILL BIT SHARPENER 29500 954900 RFTA-PITCO -800:-22 124 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP (2) 8" VISE.BENCH- 453.54 MOUNTED 955000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22T2-4-- 2 124 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP 6"VISE.BENCH MOUNTED 228.47 955100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 124 MISEA WORK &SVC EQUIP (4)6" MACHINIST BENCH _35:17.32 955200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 124 WORK &SVC EQUIP 6" BENCH VISE. LOCKING 228.47 955300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 124 WORK &SVC EQUIP (3)6"BENCH VISE, 547.50 913300 RFTA-CITY 800 22 124 WORK &SVC EQUIP HYDRAULIC PRESS 670.00 OF ASPEN 954600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 125 BAND SAW WORK & SVC EQUIP HORIZONTAL BAND SAW 1 238.50 ND 910700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 125 BAND SAW WORK & SVC EQUIP BRAND SAW WI FLOOR 383.47 OF ASPEN 814100 RFTA-PIT(;() 800 22 126 SOCKET SET WORK & SVC EQUIP WHEEL NUT SOCKET SET 189.60 981000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 129 BRAKE LATHE WORK & SVC EQUIP BRAKE LATH &ACC 14.757.23 1031.50_0_ RFTA- 800 22 130 G_ARA_GE EQUIP WORK & SVC EQUIP FREON RECYCLER 1,295.00 CARBONDAL E -- 1032200 RFTA- 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK & SVC EQUIP WASTE OIL PUMP 1 16 . CABONDAL E __ 897600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK & SVC EQUIP DIAGNOSTIC TEST BOX 145.00 530300 RFTA 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK & SVC EQUIP AIR COMPRESSOR, 773.89 -- _ _ _ - PORTABLE 530400 RFTA 800 22 130 GARAGE_EQUIP WORK & SVC EQUIP RECYCLER 4y00.- 1032100_ R_FT_A 8_00 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK & SVC EQUIP MOBILE FUELTANK 559.69 541800 RFTA- 800 22 131 JACK WORK & SVC EQUIP AIR/HYD JACK 2 402.34 CARBONDAL E 541900 RFTA- 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP WHEEL JACK 780.25 CARBONDAL E 542300 RFTA- 800 22 131 JACK WORK & SVC EQUIP 10 TON FLOOR JACK 1.330.10 CAMONDAL 02.62662.10 G-22 155002 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION 215.35 �� � 155003 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK & SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION LIFTING 258.51 T OLD S 155004 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST 154.28 _= T6�� 155005 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST RELAY 84.10 T - 155200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK & SVC EQUIP TAPLEY BRAKE METER W/ 810.32 _= -ES 542000 RFTA- 800 22 117 DOLLIE WORK & SVC EQUIP WHEEL DOLLY 530.00 CARBONDAL E 542100 RFTA- 800 22 117 DOLLIE WORK & SVC EQUIP WHEEL DOLLY 530.00 CARBONDAL E 573100 RFTA 800 22 117 DOLLIE WORK & SVC EQUIP HYDRAULIC LIFT DOLLY 775.71 1029700 RFTA- 800 22 120 MECH_ SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP CODE READER 1,377.26 CARBONDAL TOOLS EN RANSMISSIONS E 952500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP SHEET METAL SHEAR 3.725.07 TOOLS 952600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP RESURFACER- 15 207.00 TOOLS STORMNULCAN 953900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP TIG-RIG UNIT 1.088.53 TOOLS _ 954100 RFTA-PITCO 800 2212-0- MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP TRUCK TIRE SPREADER 2.765.28 TOOLS - -- -- - - ---- ---- - 95-4500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 120-- MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP ROTARY PUNCH 4.965.10 TOOLS 972700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP RED HEAD HAMMER 960.62 TOOLS ---- -- 122800 RFTA 800- 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP �2)OIL GUNS 731.50 TOOLS 1031200 RFTA 800 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP TOOL READER FOR 2,109.95 TOOLS CARB N FIBER TRANSM 955400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 121 DRILL PRESS WORK & SVC EQUIP (2)DRILL PRESS 955.12 952900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 122 GRINDER WORK & SVC EQUIP 14" PEDESTAL GRINDER 2.218.91 WITH 953000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 122 GRINDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 12" PEDESTAL GRINDER 1.728.25 -- WI H 953100 RFTA-PITCO 800 221L22 I GRINDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 8" PEDESTAL GRINDER 817.74 WITH 02-67662.10 G-21 153200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 131 1 JACK WORK & SVC EQUIP 5 TON SERVICE JACK 495.29 153300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 131 JACK WORK & SVC EQUIP 10 TON AIR-HYD JACK 11523.50 913700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK WORK & SVC EQUIP FLOOR JACK 760.00 OT-ASPEN 913900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK WORK & SVC EQUIP HYDRAULIC JACK 137.94 914000 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK WORK & SVC EQUIP JACK&ADAPTOR 625.28 OF- _ 294600 RFTA 600 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP 7-TON JACK STAND 176.37 542200 RFTA- 800 22 132 WELDER WORK & SVC EQUIP WELDER 1.303.37 CARBOt1UhL E 954000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 132 WELDER WORK & SVC EQUIP ACCESSORIES FOR 2.093.17 - -= WELDER 954002 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 132 WELDER WORK & SVC EQUIP (4) PORTABLE WELDING 439.25 954003 RFTA-PITCO 800 F22132 132 WELDER WORK & SVC EQUIP (2) PORTABLE WLDNG 219.63 - = SCREEN 914200 RFTA-CITY 800 132 WELDER WORK & SVC EQUIP #100 WELDING SET 185.00 OF ASPEN N_ 466200 RFTA 800 WELDER WORK & SVC EQUIP WELDER 466201 RFTA 800 132 WELDER WORK & SVC EQUIP GUN NOZZLE FOR WELDER 296.70 953400 RFTA-PITCO 800 f 22 134 HOIST WORK & SVC EQUIP (2)TROLLEY HOIST 4,408.82 953500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 136 WASHER WORK & SVC EQUIP LARGE PARTS WASHER 1,436.30 953600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 136 WASHER WORK & SVC EQUIP LARGE PARTS WASHER 2.350.22 915700 RFTA-CITY 800 r22 139 AIR HAMMER WORK & SVC EQUIP AIR HAMMER PH-45A 107.00 OF ASPEN 294900 RFTA 800 141 MASTER PULLET: .'ORK & SVC EQUIP DIGITAL OPTICAL 377.46 KIT 295000 RFTA 800 141 MASTER PULLLrt WORK & SVC EQUIP CRANK TIMING TOOL 347.11 KIT 913600 RFTA-CITY 800 145 TAP & DIE SET WORK & SVC EQUIP TAP &DIE SET 284.00 OFAPN 952700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 146 TIRE CHANGER WORK & SVC EQUIP TRUCK TIRE MOUNTER 5.192.83 955600 R.TA-P-IT CO 800 -221146 TIRE CHANGER WORK & SVC EQUIP LIGHT VEHICLE TIRE 1 458.25 02-67662.10 G-23 914900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 146 TIRE CHANGER WORK &SVC EQUIP TIRE CAGE 265.39 00 A 915000 RFTA-CITY 800 22 147 CRANE WORK &SVC EQUIP CRANE 506.00 OWN = __ 915100 RFTA-CITY 800 22 148 PRESS WORK & SVC EQUIP 17-TON PRESS 56670 OF ASPLN = __ 915300 RFTA-CITY 800 22 149 MULTIPLIER WORK & SVC EQUIP TORQUE MULTIPLIER 156.95 154900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 152 VOLTAGE WORK & SVC EQUIP MABRASIVE 126.49 -1- TESTER 953700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 155 HYDRAULIC WORK & SVC EQUIP AULIC PRESS 4,353.30 _- PRE9- 953300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 158 ABRASIVE BLAST WORK & SVC EQUIP AST CABINET 2 263.75 CABINT 294500 RFTA 800 22 170 RECYCLING WORK 8 SVC EQUIP ANTIFREEZE RECYCLE 3.630.75 -- EQUIP SYSTEM 616600 RFTA 800 _22_20_0__2_6 COPIER WORK & SVC EQUIP RICOH FAX 2800L 264500 916200 RFTA-CITY 800 22 201 TYPEWRITERS WORK & SVC EQUIP IBM CORRECTING 841.50 OF ASPEN ELECTRIC 530200 RFTA 800 22 201 26 TYPEWRITERS WORK & SVC EQUIP TYPEWRITER IBM-WW15 507.00 127700 RFTA 800 22 202 COPIER WORK & SVC EQUIP RICOH COPIER -- _ _ = 15 700.00 543000 RFTA 800 22 204 26 CASH WORK & SVC EQUIP CASH REGISTER 779.00 - -- REGISTERS 713050 RFTA 800 22 204 26 CASH WORK & SVC EQUIP CASH REGISTER 450.00 REGISTERS 996800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 206 TIME RECORDER WORK & SVC EQUIP TIME CLOCK Wl2 RACKS 243.00 996900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 209 MONEY WORK & SVC EQUIP CURRENCY COUNTER --- COUNTER X996902 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 209 MONEY WORK & SVC EQUIP CUSTOM VERSION EJ63 j - - COUNTER UNIT/F R TOKENS X67900 RFTA 800 _ 22 209 MONEY WORK & SVC EQUIP COIN SORTER - COUNTER 467901 RFTA 8_0_0 22 209 MONEY WORK & SVC EQUIP CURRENCY COUNTER -- COUNTER 1 625.77 :;74000 RFTA 800 22 209 MONEY WORK & SVC EQUIP CURRENCY DISCRIMINATOR 4.030.00 -- COUNTER 155500 RFTA-PITCO 800 ?21300 BUILDING EQUIP WORK & SVC EQUIP 18"FLOOR BUFFER 952.97 128400 RFTA 800 Z=2120=0 WORK & SVC EQUIP FLOOR MAINTAINER 1,900.00 02-6766210 G-24 114000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 408 SNOWBLOWER WORK &SVC EQUIP SNOW THROWER 831.16 955900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 600 INDOOR FURN &WORK & SVC EQUIP MODULAR WORK STATION 3,480.83 NI H R 956300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 600 INDOOR FURN & WORK & SVC EQUIP MODULAR WORK STATION 3.480.83 _ _= FCTFFt1i�AE}� 956400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 600 INDOOR FURN &WORK & SVC EQUIP MODULAR WORK STATION 3,480.83 R 955700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 611 CHAIRS WORK & SVC EQUIP (34)STACKING CHAIR 1.838.04 955701 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 611 CHAIRS WORK & SVC EQUIP (19)STACKING CHAIR 27.14) 956000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 611 CHAIRS WORK & SVC EQUIP (6)SIDE CHAIR-TERRA,COTA 706.80 466000 RFTA 800 22 620 TABLES & DESKS WORK & SVC EQUIP (3) MODULAR WORKSPACE 8,875.35 766700 RFTA 800 22 620 TABLES & DESKS WORK & SVC EQUIP SUPES OFFICE DESK 686.00 767900 RFTA 800 22 620 TABLES & DESKS WORK & SVC EQUIP (7)WORKSTATIONS 9,276.00 113900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK & SVC EQUIP (2) PRINTER SUPPORT 404.60 TABLE 956100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK & SVC EQUIP PEDESTAL END TABLE 112.48 958900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK-& SVC EQUIP 42" ROUND TABLE NEUTRAL 126.92 959300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK & SVC EQUIP (1)60W X 36D X 28 112H 364.80 959400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK & SVC EQUIP (3) 72W X 36D X 28 1/21-1 1.132.02 959500 RFTA-PITCO 800 -22-621 TABLE WORK & SVC EQUIP 1 84W X 36D X 28 1/21-1 407.36 959600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK & SVC EQUIP (2)48" ROUND TABLE 367.84 960400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK & SVC EQUIP (1) OVAL CONFERENCE 455.62 TABLE 573200 RFTA 800 22 621 TABLE WORK & SVC EQUIP OAK DESK- MAINTENANCE 500.00 155700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 622 DESK WORK­-& SVC EQUIP 36X66 OAK DESK 821.00 980200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 622 DESK WORK & SVC EQUIP 72 X 36 EXECUTIVE DESK 398.00 178800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 630 STORAGE FURNH WORK & SVC EQUIP OAK STORAGE UNIT 624.00 02-67662.10 G-25 178900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 630 1 STORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP OAK STORAGE UNIT 624.00 972900 EFTA-PITCO 800 22 630 1 ISTORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP STORAGE EQUIPMENT& 45.474.47 421600 RFTA 800 22 630 STORAGE FURNH WORK & SVC EQUIP (50)SKI BOOK LOCKERS 23.660.00 530500 RFTA 800 22 630 1 ISTORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP (5) LOCKERS RUBEY PARK 1.045.29 178600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 631 1 CABINET WORK & SVC EQUIP 2 DR LEGAL FILE CABINET 152.00 178700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 631 1 CABINET WORK & SVC EQUIP 2 DR LEGAL FILE CABINET 152.00 865900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 632 FILE WORK & SVC EQUIP 2-DR LEGAL FILE CABINT 0.00 154200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 633 SAFE WORK & SVC EQUIP FIRE SAFE 1.208.00 999200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 634 SHELVING WORK & SVC EQUIP STEEL SHELVING 8 998.11 918600 RFTA-CITY 800 r22 634 SHELVING WORK & SVC EQUIP SHELVES FOR PARTS 2,313.19 179000 RFTA-PITCO 800 635 BOOK CASE WORK & SVC EQUIP OAK WALL BOOK CASE 300.00 179100 RFTA-PITCO 800 635 BOOK CASE WORK & SVC EQUIP OAK WALL BOOK CASE 300.00 114400 RFTA PITCO 800 645 BI INDS WORK & SVC EQUIP 3 VEROSOL SKYSHADES 868.00 114500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 645 BLINDS WORK & SVC EQUIP (1)VEROSOL SKYSHADE 273.00 114600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 645 BLINDS WORK & SVC EQUIP (2)VEROSOL SKYSHADES 622.00 114700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 645 BLINDS WORK & SVC EQUIP (2)VEROSOL SKYSHADES 595.00 - - - --- 114800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22645 BLINDS WORK & SVC EQUIP (3)VEROSOL SKYSHADES 872.00 114900 RFTA PI VCO 800 22 645 BLINDS WORK & SVC EQUIP (2)VEROSOL SKYSHADES 652.00 767000 RFTA 800 22 900 OTHER SERVICE WORK & SVC EQUIP TRASH COMPACTOR 5.000.00 EQUIP 127900 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER WORK & SVC EQUIP 1998 FORD NMIN I VAN VEHICLES 20 000.00 720600 RFTA 800 22 202 26 COPIER WORK & SVC EQUIP 4727 COPIER 8.075.00 __ = W ABI 1031700 RFTA 800 22 202 26 COPIER WORK & SVC EQUIP 6645 COPIER-ADMIN 18.145.00 WORK &SVC EQUIP Total 493.281.03 02-67662.10 G-26 02662-99 67662.10 iv -FOOTER 4- 02-67662.10 P662.09 -FOOTER 5- 02 6'6�' ^9 11 67662.10 4 -FOOTER 6- 02 6:7662.09 67662.10 R -FOOTER 7- 02-0662 99 67662.10 -FOOTER 8- 02-67662-99 67662.10 S -FOOTER 9- 02-67662 09 67662.10 A -FOOTER 10- 02-6?662 99 67662.10 A -FOOTER i 1- 02-6;662 09 67662.10 A -FOOTER 12- 02-H7662.09 67662.10 A -FOOTER 13- 02 09 67662.10 02-67662.10 G-28 Grand Total 19.754.954.05 ------------------ COMPARISON OF HEADERS ------------------ -HEADER 1- -HEADER 2- HEAPgR T iii:nnro 'I able of Contents Page -1IF,\DF.R -5 ;- Header Discontinued -READER 6 4- Header Discontinued ------------------ COMPARISON OF FOOTERS ------------------ -FOO'T'ER 1- 02-W '(%(, 24)9 9 67663.10 1 -FOOTER 2- 02 6�662 99 67662.10 D -FOOTER 3- o2-67662.io G-27 A -FOOTER 14- 02 6:766:209 67662.10 A -FOOTER 15- 02 6U6,?A9 67662.10 A -FOOTER 16- 02 67662.09 67662.10 A -FOOTER l7- 02-6766?49 67662.10 -FOOTER 18- 02-67662.10 E-2 -FOOTER 19- 02-67662.10 A -FOOTER 4-9 20- 02-67662.10 6;eQOP i�= rnn)I'':' "T 92 67662 (A A -FOOTER 20 21- 02-67662 99 67662.10 G-26 -FOOTER 22- 02-67662.10 A 02-67662.10 G-29 0 M o_ N n N O i 4 m Ift � S ]TV17-7W,-71 , 17 I I c� S4 a \\\ \\ \�.I I � i I I I I � � i 3 E _ !(•i K ��ii . 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YN.: x+x 04 x+17 •n i � froi Extension S \ \ �_. -\,SlNQwME kt m��. `TRANSIT L L Ili �. / ° oicv a ei s / I/ ELEV. 83 -' Now qr .i it t la � ' i V r I m' \ "��. _-- _�_ �•s \ '�� �.�.�.���,��y—fit��_�.—V /! LOWER PAR ING `\ ,STRUCTURE\"- 292�SPACES TOTAL, SNOWMASS MALL C i v� Z of _ r DATE * DECKOVER AND LOWER L L A C 08.17.00 AL( MA NE W I NG pl.�AA Z PARKING STRUCTURE _ _._..... !Y�.��..•� oa^�F'rT .40. 2249.00 1 SEET Or z "••„ b 777-� W. 0000 A 1` ymmm a 71/ , ; 0 ��. pa b rrm-NirnUY� e en dm w,Q oz o — r r:7 Z II ELBERT LANE , w of — —1 D N ! moo N \ i y I �1 I I I I I j I I L ROAD. ¢ W Tl 6,650 _ F.Wgj _ J _ PAD rRl R/DGF_r PARKING - 4 -SPACES ANS/T LEVEL PEL: 53 SPACE ASS BOTTOM E v - - PARKING LEVEL I! ED FROM PROFILE MATCHLINEI h P PI _- IMK CENTENNIAL DESIGNED DATE SNOWMASS V DRAWN DATE SN MA�S Viy LAGS �- CHECKED DATE (,,OLORA00 TRANS I AND P Ai aewiewn.�� ewowewwiwo wc. (:M (1P�R. DATT - - w - D ^ 'n vlU PARKING LEVEL 3 -- -- AND HIDE lELEV.85801 L 2 1ELEV.85691 a r: li PARKING LEVEL I(ELEV.85581 o48 c I^� PAe - o ° I Q g $ R— No. DATE DESCRIPTION PRU_ II _ _�, - \4` LACE �.�,.:000 ALT=RN4— : V= I N G PLAZA y�——� -� PRn.IFf.T Nn n�unn ViFi of �13rn i f}� � AUAA*f I n e 400< JMK CENTENNIAL 402 SEVENTH STREET I TEL 970/928-8699 ATRIUM SUITE 111 P.O.DRAWER Sob FAX 970/928-8626 O�r+TiNNwL�rvolwrisa,NO.,rvo. GLENWOOD SPRINGS,CO $1602 • DATE: 17 Aug 2000 • TO: Snowmass Village Town Council ■ FROM: Joe Kracum6 PE a SUBJECT: Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza Conceptual Design Alternatives L & M At the 7 August Council meeting we were given direction to develop two options to present at the 21 August Council Meeting. The first option, named Alternative L is essentially Alternative K, presented at the 7 Aug Council meeting with some revisions and additions. The parking structure was scaled back to reduce the overall structure exposure near Brush Creek Road and vertical circulation was added between the Parking Structure and the Mall. The second option, Alternative M, is a plan for a parking structure in lots 4 and 5 and deck- overs in lots 8 and 9. Both alternatives presented include the transit plaza and pedestrian deck as presented in Alternative K. Some adjustments to unit costs were made to reflect more current cost data received on a recent roadway construction bid. Below is a summary of the two alternatives. Alternative L : Upper Parking Structure / ReGrade Lots 4 & 5 Net New Parking - 201 spaces Approximate Cost - $ 13.5 - $14.5 million Alternative M : Lower Parking Structure / Lots 8 & 9 DeckOvers Net New Parking - 204 spaces Approximate Cost - $ 14.5 - $15.5 million Both alternatives include vertical circulation with stairs, escalators, and elevators, and include a pedestrian underpass to connect the Mall with the upper parking structure. Roadways and the entire transit plaza are fully snowmelted. Consideration may be given to reduction of the overall cost of these alternatives and still provide most of the original design criteria. Snowmass Village Transit S parking Plaza DRAFT PNELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estimate Worksheet Alternative M : Lower Parking Structure & Lots 8 & 9 DackOvers-(Net Now 204) 30 M.Y-au Lot e d 8 0erk0vers Lower Pafking SVUCIUre Snowma8 Hoed Tiansd Level Pedestrian Level Total Item Dascr lion Units Cost Cost COSI Cost Cost "zaticn Is S 100.000 S 200,000 S 50.000 S 250.000 S 50.000 S 650.000 SPA Work Is S 326,000 S 455.920 S 535<60 { 795,280 S 12,400 S 2,125.060 Rely Wa85 Is $ - S 280,000 S 150.120 f 298,000 S 728.120 Pa Suaa two Is S 2,700000 S 2.500.000 S_ 5.200.000 S � Pedestrian Dedr Is . S � . Ki"WResuoomVFurnitwil Is S 50.000 $ 62,500 i 112,500 Venliral CUCUtation Is S 910,000 S 428,000 S - S 470,000 S - S 1,80800D U" Rebcations Is S 40,000 $ 100,000 S - S 200,000 S - S 340.000 Snowmes system Is S 2.550 $ - S 234 600 S 988,750 S - S 1 225.900 Eleculcavi Is S 16.250 5 12.500 S 6,250 S 41,250 f 21.250 S 87.500 Construtlion Items Phase Total S 4.095 000 $ 3.977.000 $ 977,000 $ 3,094.000 S 647.000 S 12,788.000 E ra11iUCM Costs k f 543,000 555.000 $ 173.000 443,000 748000 f 1.815,000 Pr al Phase Total $ 4.638,000 S 4,532000 f 1.150.000 3.537.000 f 748.000 S 14.603.000 Tatars are rounded to nearest$1000 a10YYYd10Y Gwla Ip uYAYY+sWY JI CwWYUCYW.baaeJ w�a pWUW WYn W uwwYUCWMI MuOW. 611tl H1wY GJWS kin YW WaY+1i Wu.IUJ WvW W ww:Wlua,oaGnVWYNI.LiYhW.w+1W YWIWYI.IJ+Jwsy YWIW.W:JnaYW w WvlI10SS.YJnwWYS.Wiid.W W W1611'2QWa B25d1 WI ItIn11YW3.uYY Clan•IaJWYWI lrV,Wr Cu .lw W W+Y WYaIw.a.bnS6J wa yu+iJWna.wW GUN>.W W W W IC6s. peme SIIYG4YY CJN k+ww:lwu Gww4wWn+iw JwGYwWW ayaw',Wn.d waWWw+rIUW WW eaWuas YanywJyJ w1YYWWS. Po4saYan OYCk Costa kw lW0..a 0..k.b+wJ w�+IJwWY:bs. xww4iesYJOmWFw�Wwa Cocas lw ruwwYaW.WW wwJlwWauu.b+avJ wa WWwwcna. VWYCWG<ulYYOe COwaW WUV+IWS.tlXWJW.>I+Ya.siW aWWiWYaWW OJwJ w,WWWWa+IawW JwW4WWwawWnWUa. rNWr naWG+ 4 Utah kl lnluG+YwIW uYWIVS.a+wJfMl u>WIU14a J10WWn:ua. yWWU1vY Syn CWU IW WWWIIWY IWW..11WIWuW>.NYYe wW WMFY.aAUY UaWa1WJYl YaI>W>4 YwYIYW,aOWW wI NWMIwY>YNw111YN:IWY YWIaYUJW ansYW GWIY.. EInCWGa1V14Ye CYNS la ore nYW YUUIwnax WWpeas:wuW YYIJnW.a+awl wanwnubswW da+WWILYa Y+av"v. EipYaawYpTraer�CWYxu Costa ka JnWlYa wvwwvwy.cWUYUGY+uuwWeunWlJ Cw�wW:Wn WYVUYYyn,mWYw.YwaYWW:cuWW.WW WI1n YiwwwWw WUywuv Cdr Yabo onayWUY4alp dcWIWUWIWriWYn This cost estimate Is preliminary only,and was based on a deslgn naval of less than 10°/.. The costs were based on a functional system meant includes only a basic exterior far the parking slructuras and an allowance for a skuple pedestrian deck. YlNmal contingaraeles exist In the estimate mill decisions are made on architecture wad amdalllus- The estimate assaaoass that all phases of the protect will be packaged as one construction packaYU with eonalruetlon to be 6 a In#w tiprlag of 2001.Additional cost would be incurred It the phases were delivered waaar beparale cmastrarcdon packages and If eonsb"91011 stars were delayed beyond=a" I Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza DRAFT PRELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estisuate Worksheet 17-Aug 00 Alternative L : Upper Parking Structure - (450Spaces) (Net New 201) U r Per SVtrcllee ReGrade Lots 1 d 5 Snowmelt Road Tiaruil Level Pede car,Level ]o st Item Dasa umi units Cost Cost Cost TO—St cot Mobirzalion h S 200,000 S IO,OOD S 50,000 S 250.000 S 50.000 $ 560,000 S 2,223,380 S0e Wak k S 765.940 0 S 535,460 0 Retakilng Wags Is S 350000 S 53,000 S 150,120 S 298,000 S - S 851,120 Pailtim Slut ie Is _ S 4 700,000 S - S - S - S - S 4.700,000 Pedestrian Deck Is E - S_ - S 500.000 $ `- .000 KIosWRese000u/Furnhure Is $ E - S _ S 50,1100 S 62,500 S 112.500 Verilkal CkculatkxY _IS - s 740,000 s 4.00O i s 470,000 s - s 1214000 UWii Relocations Is E 200,000 t E - f 200.000 S - S 400,aoo SnowmeHS stem Is $ 2,125 $ - E 234,600 =ODO - $ 1225,475 Elecbka t Is S 12.500 S $ 6,250 50 S 81,250 Consurlotion Item Phase Total S 6.971000 S 182.000 $ 977,000 00 S 11.868.000 IF E raHklCM Cosl Is S 937,000 S 37,000 S 173.000 00 S 1.691.000 3537000 39000 Pr Phase Trial $ 7,908,000 219.000 748000 S Totals are rounded to marest$1000 M.W.k n Costs NY nwlxY¢abn W com4rwpxr Bawl on a DercenUye ul wl. cs4wr Ywns. Ste Wak Costs Ip stb pepaa4un.r¢nnwW d sbwlwns.eacavallwl,uaclJJl,wash nalwlnk 1oaJway tuns.yedesYwr wWerPass,s4k:waas,paza,a1W IandaoaDxMl eased wr pwnbs.W W C¢an,al0warces. nssasiv Wan Costs W bnwwlsry excavation suDDnll.lelaNJrW woes,ud wal l ,I.s.easul wrrluarrlrba,rYW COSIS,abwuwas. Pit,"Sueelut. Costs Nx s4ucuwBCOnsUrwtlon mW nrenlarJal systems eased nn nbwae¢s artl o¢aWbs lawn Baaea enYMaon. Palms peck Costs kY pnlesir"drwk eased pr atuwuwes. IWSN1asYotmiNv tears Costs 1pleslrwna,and seen)lwN4x¢.WI-d wr alowaiwos. W.'"Ckcusi on Costs W abval¢IS,eualalor,stars.aoa sYllonuy IanID.Bawl w abwarwas anJ nxnnduuxea¢a4am145. neat.twoCaygy Cosa l¢II¢bcaYnrl W.10"s.Wsed oi.so.,otw aEOwMwes. ssawmat Synch Cosa bl Yroxxpa 4drp,nw Jlolds."Wo.aril brYOl.Dnwp axruaJbe4stYyl lnx4ay Bau:J Yn arwwrlw4 sYSlunra=uay 4alate0b&Tavel Gaek. Elec4waYlg4Yne CosaW awrww lraalumel exl Wak sYee l4YINYp.Ws eJ On nserabs YUlxbwalwos Mw MYJYN. EryNapYSyflaeclCkWdo Costs 1p desgn errpYwerNp.consYrwaarnarwgnnrwn.cara4rwlN.yr saveyYp.curwrt4wr 4alke cwnrJ.uJIxJAw nlwnaliar puDram.CaM:Wabd era VUCnrJaeedcawlucYOn Mena. This cost estimate Is preliminary only,and was based on a design level of less than 10 The costs were based on a functional system and Includes only a basic exterior for ilia parking structures and an allowance tow A simple pedestrian deck. Minimal contingencies exist In the estimate until decisions are made on architecture and amenities. The estimate assumes that ail phases of the Project will be packaged as one construction package with construction to be commenced In the Spring of 2001.Additional cost would be Incurred If the phases were delivered under separate consbuctlon packages and It construction starts were delayed beyond 2001. c - Section 5.05.Treasurer—Deposits in the name of the Authori ty V This requirement was struck in order to allow Authority funds to be deposited or invested together with an administrating entity's funds for efficiency and higher returns. Section 7.01(b) Baiiot Ouestions—Eagle County 0.5%Transportation Sales and Use Tax Eagle County's 0.5%tax is only a sales tax,not a use tax. So all references to Eagle County use tax have been struck. Definitions,Section 7.01(c).Ballot Questions—Pitkin County Transportation Sales and Use Taxes Pitkin County sales taxes,not use taxes,will be committed to the RTA. So all references to Pitkin County use taxes have been struck. Sections 7.01(b)and(c) Eagle and Pitkin County sales taxes accrued,not received There is two-month lag between collection of sales tax at retail and remittance to the counties,so sales taxes receive by the counties after January 1,2001 would include two months of revenue from 2000. Instead,the original intent was to have sales taxes accruin to the counties after January 1,2001 paid to the Authority. This is the same basis as taxes levied by the Authority,which begin at retail on January 1,2001. Section 7.01(c) Pitkin County's sales tax payments to the authority are subordinate to Pitkin County's current and future debt obligations This is not a new requirement:the project team just failed to address it until now. This condition is required in order to preserve Pitkin County's bonding capacity for transit improvements.Pitkin County's remaining bonding capacity with this approach is approximately$14 million against its 0.5%sales tax and $8 million against its 1%sales tax.With a ballot question this November,Pitkin County is proposing to bond$8.5 million of upvalley transit improvements against its 0.5%tax(Snpwmass transit center,Entrance to Aspen platform,bus stop safety)and$7.5 million of RTA improvements against its 1%tax(buses, maintenance facility improvements,driver housing). If successful that will leave Pitkin County with only $5.5million of bonding capacity against the 0.5%tax for future upvalley transit improvements. Since Pitkin County also commits in the IGA to not issue more debt than it can pay from its sales tax after payments to the Authority,the subordination to debt obligations does not really diminish Pitkin County's revenue pledge to the Authority. What it does affect is the Authority's bonding capacity because credit rating agencies will discount to some extent the Pitkin County revenue to the Authority. The Authority appears to have adequate bonding capacity,however: approximately$12 million even if Pitkin County revenue is totally excluded. The Authority's 10-year bond funding needs are estimated at$11.1 million (see IGA Appendix F),and Pitkin County may satisfy$7.5 million of that need if its November bond ballot question is approved. Sections 7 01(c)and 8.04(d)—Pitkin County senior van.Woody Creek and Maroon Bells service At the last policy committee meeting this issue was misrepresented as a request for the Authority to provide these local Pitkin County services without compensation because Pitkin County was contributing more than its calculated share of trunk service. Actually,compensation for the sustainable net cost of these services has already been included in Pitkin County's commitment to the Authority of a 0.7215%sales tax,short by only$40,000 which can be made up by a$1 fare increase for the Maroon Bells next year. The amount of this compensation is the equivalent of a 0.0496%Pitkin County sales tax. Rather than retaining this small percentage of sales tax and contracting annually with the Authority for the provision of these few local services,Pitkin County prefers to transfer the responsibility and compensation for these services to the Authority up front via the IGA. The reason for Pitkin County to have the right,in the final sentence of Section 7.01(c),to retain its 0.496% sales tax contribution and provide these local services itself is the unlikely situation in which it is dissatisfied with the Authority's management of these local services. The City of Aspen has an interest in these services since half of the cost of the Maroon Bells and senior van service has been allocated to Aspen and deducted from its share of the Pitkin County sales tax. Consequently,the decision to take back these services has to be made jointly by Pitkin County and Aspen. The detailed calculation of the 0.0496%sales tax compensation for these services follows: 203,321 net sustainable cost of Woody Creek service 51,812 net sustainable cost of Maroon Bells service 79,005 net sustainaole cost of senior van service 334,138 -40,000 to be provided from Maroon Bells fare increase 294,138 amount of additional Pitkin County sales tax contributed to RTA for these services(already included in the calculated 0.7215%contribution) 294,138 divided by 5,929,685 total 1% 1999 Pitkin County sales tax collections equals the equivalent of a .0496%tax. Section 8.05-A%=Local Service The changes here are simply technical language changes to implement the original intent. Ballot Questions—RTA oumose is FUNDING and providing transit services Suggested clarification.