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09-05-00 Town Council Packet SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL "�- WORK SESSION 09-05-2000 2:00-2:45 P.M. COMMUNITY POOL DISCUSSION -- Gary Ross. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 1 2:45 – 3:00 DISCUSSION REGARDING ADD-ON FOR PARK SHELTER -- Bernadette Barthelenghi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3 3:00 – 3:30 REVIEW BALLOT QUESTIONS FOR 11-07-2000 REGULAR ELECTION -- Steve Connor/Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 5 3:30 –4:50 PARCEL "N" DISCUSSION • New Design Proposal • Architecture & Site Design • Landscaping • Condominium Documents • Construction Management Plan -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10 4:50– 5:00 BREAK +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING 09-05-2000 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: GUEST– MICHAEL SOMMA HOUSING IMPROVEMENTS POLICY DISCUSSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No Packet Information Item No. 4: JOINT MEETING WITH PLANNING COMMISSION - RODEO GROUNDS PRE-SKETCH DISCUSSION - SNOWMASS CLUB SKETCH PLAN REVIEW -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 35 s 09-05-00tc Page 2 Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING — SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II SKETCH PLAN SUBMISSION TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II SKETCH PLAN SUBMISSION (REVISED JUNE, 2000), AMENDING THE SNOWMASS CLUB PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, INVOLVING PARCELS 3, 4 AND 10 THEREOF -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 45 Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION — PARCEL "N" AFFORDABLE HOUSING TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PARCEL "N" AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRELIMINARY PLAN SUBMISSION INCLUDING SUBDIVISION PLAT AND REZONING FROM SPA-1 TO MF MULTI-FAMILY (continued from 08-21-00) -- Joe Coffey/Alan Richman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 59 Item no. 7: SECOND READING —ORDINANCE NO. 22, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 17 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING EMPLOYEE HOUSING RESALE PROCEDURES -- Steve Connor/Joe Coffey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 60 Item No. 8: SECOND 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 70 Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 21. SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ENTRANCE INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE FORMATION OF THE ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, A RURAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 74 Item No. 10: MANAGER'S REPORT -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 142 r 09-05-00to Page 3 Item No. 11: APPROVAL OF WORK SESSION SUMMARIES FOR 07-10-00 AND 07-24-00. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 145 Item No. 12: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 150 Item No. 13: CALENDARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 158 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. Hug 31 00 04: 19p Gary Ross 970-920-6994 P. 1 7 ■ MEMORANDUM via fax To: Gary 5uiter From: Gary ROSS Date: 5/31/00 RE: 5nowmass Community Pool GARY - Attached Is a preliminary statement of cost for the proposed community pool. This amount assumes a 25 meter basic pool in a Z shape to provide additional shallow area at one end and a deeper area at the other end for one or two Small slides. It also assumes a small kiddie pool separate from the main pool. I spent Some time at the proposed site and feel that the area to the north of the parking lot, owned by Horse Ranch, is the better of the two location �. The slope is not excessive and should not really have any Significant cost Impacts unless you have to purchase the property. "hat site would also not take up any existing parking and the sloped topography would provide more opportunities for developing some varied Spaces outside of the pool. With respect to the option of snowmelting the decks or using solar energy for some level of preheating, I have the following comments. A decision to snowmelt the majority of the deck areas will add something on the order of $50,000 to the project. This assumes that the system utilizes the same boiler as the pool, although it would be on a Separate closed system. If the pool is not going to be operated in the winter, this expense is not necessary. If a decision cannot be made as to whether or not the pool will operate in the winter, you might simply install the pir•ing for the snowmelt but not install the pumps, heat exchanger, controls, etc. This would reduce the cost by approximately $20,000. You might also choose to only snowmelt a small portion of the deck area which would also proportionally reduce the cost. The decision on the solar heating system is probably easier Since the boiler system would still need to be sized to function without the solar assistance. The cost of the solar pre-heat would be directly related to the total number of panels installed. We would suggest that $40,000 to $65,000 would be adequate for both the system and the design costs to add it in. This would be an easy Item to bid as an alternate and include if the bids came in where expected. It could also be added in the future although the building design should still take this Into account. I will plan on attending the Council meeting on Tuesday at 2:00. 1 hope this information is of assistance: Please call if you have questions or comments. Thank you. wow? 400° THE ROSS PARTNERSHIP, P.C. ARCHITECTURE& PROJECT MANAGEMENT 1 11 114 A<...., Asoen.Colmado 81611 . 910 920-6980 Fax 920-6994 . email lrp(@sopris.net Rub 31 00 04: 19p Gary Ross 970-920-6994 p• 2 SNOWMASS COMMUNITY POOL STATEMENT OF PROBABLE COST 8/25/00-BASED ON CONCEPT ONLY $125,000 Site Clearing&Pool Excavation Allowance $100,000 Utility Relocations/Extensions 4000 sf @ 200-00 $800,000 Structures Swimming Pool and Pool Equipment Allowance $500,000 Coping 460 It 35.00 $16,100 @ Deck Area 11000 sf @ 6.00 $66,000 Low Fence 150 If @ 50.00 $7,500 High fence 685 If @ 75.00 $51,375 Sod and Sprinkler System 24,500 of @ 1.40 $34.300 Additional Landscaping Allowance @ $50,000 Dewatering Allowance $25,000 Sub-Total $1,775,276 Architectural & Engineering Design Fees Allowance $130,000 Tap Fees Allowance $50,000 Legal Fees Allowance $20,000 Survey Allowance $4,000 Soil and Material Tasting Allowance $10,000 Allowance $5,000 Approval Process Costs Allowance $7,500 Promotional Materials $15,000 Reimbursable Expanses Allowance Furniture and Movable Equipment Allowance $30,000 Concession Stand Equipment Allowance $10,000 Sub-Total $2,046,776 Contingency 10 % $204,679 TOTAL $2,261,463 To snowmelt deck area might add$80,000 To add solar preheat system might add$40,000 to$65,000 depending on size and number of collectors Both of these items could be bid as alternates vow; 000 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: September 5, 2000: 1:45 PM Presented By: Bernadette Barthelenghi Subject: Additional Items for The Park Shelter Town Council requested that staff obtain additional cost estimates for a stone fireplace with a seat wall, a stone seat wall, and a nice barbecue to be added onto the shelter. The cost estimate I received from the contractor includes farmer's stone, materials and labor. I have listed the items below for you to review. • Stone fireplace with a two sided seat wall $38,950 • Three sided stone seat wall (stone veneer) $13,500 • Custom made stone barbeque $17,200 Background Data Original Budget $110,000 Shelter Purchase Order $63,959 Contractors Installation Price $36,000 Remaining Funds $10,041 3 ' Aop -0�1 �.oGg'CIo�tS c4 Rqo. QC pFAR�h o o�c� C4 �rC BACK cliARC/7 CL 44 I�7 GLL BA Q`ACa 7'0 Ito I ti- r/ =1 \ ' _ I S'X 14 3/8' LAM. 5.Y.P. ARCM C.C.A. .40 PCF BACK OF ARCM TO BAG`.-" LOIOWROOF FRAMING PLAN II II �► POIA. nmams 010" (M(eis�-eas-savo FAX 6001YI siDaaoui SS3H03 wawa 6L6Z946ST9 YV3 ZO:2T NOR 00/10/90 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: September 5, 2000 BY: Gary Suiter and Steve Connor SUBJECT: REVIEW BALLOT QUESTIONS OVERVIEW: Attached is a draft resolution that proposes ballot language for both the Time- Share Excise Tax and Pool Debt questions. We should have something on the Rodeo appraisal by the end of the week. With Council direction, Steve and I will develop a possible ballot question for your review in the 11th. Staff has done some preliminary research (attached) that provides you with average daily tax rates. This should give you an idea of what a fair daily tax might be. If you need additional information, let us know and we will follow up. Please let me know if you have other ideas or expectations for these ballot questions. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Review and discuss. Provide additional staff direction. p:Ishare&clerk/manager.xsctcmq.9W w_600� 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: 6 ,op- 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. Severability. 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. Inconsistency. 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 SO- 7 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 BALLOT QUESTION INFORMATION AVE NUMBER AVE PLACE OF NIGHTS RATE BATE 1%s 2% 3% DESCRIPTION CRESTWOOD 4 $400 $400 $4 $8 $12 2 BEDROOM CONDO POKOLODI 4 $174-$184 $179 $2 $4 $5 2 BED STANDARD ROOM SNOWMASS CLUB 7 $595-$635 $615 $6 $12 $18 2 BEDROOM CONDO SNOWMASS INN 5 $174 $189 $2 $4 $6 2 BED STANDARD ROOM SNOWMASS LODGING CO. 7 $650 $650 $7 $13 $20 2 BEDROOM CONDO VILLAGE PROPERTY MANGMENT 5 $269-$669 $469 $5 $9 $14 2 BEDROOM CONDO WOODRUN PLACE 7 $550-$600 $575 $6 $12 $17 2 BEDROOM CONDO ` AVERAGE OVERALL 5.57 $439.57 $ 4.40 $ 8.79 $13.19 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: September 5, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Work Session, Continued 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. Topics: ❑ New Design Proposal ❑ Architecture & Site Design ❑ Landscaping ❑ Condominium Documents ❑ Construction Management Plan 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. Staff has outlined above a list of topics to be discussed during the work session. Please refer to the enclosed diagram that depicts and amended site design. The number of units have been reduced from seventeen (17) to sixteen (16) units and the proposal reduces the number of buildings from three (3) to two (2). This increases the distance between the project and Ridge units on the hill above. Planning The Planning Commission resolution adopted on August 9 has Commission again been provided for use during the meeting. The Recommendation: applicant needs to discuss their recommendations and indicate whether they are acceptable. Many of the recommendations have been or will be incorporated into the final development proposal. Staff Comments: Following the applicant's presentation, which will include discussions regarding the amended site plan, the Town Council to , will need to determine whether the changes alter the nature of the project from that described in the original submission to such an extent that: (a) the amendment should not be allowed; (b) the amendment should be allowed, but the Planning Commission should have an opportunity to review the amendment and make a recommendation thereon; or (c) the amendment should be allowed and the application should proceed without additional hearings or consideration thereof. If it is determined that the application should be referred to the Planning Commission, it would be reviewed at their September 20 meeting provided the Town Council adopt a resolution on September 11 to allow the Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan and Parcel N to both be reviewed during the that meeting. The amended site plan will be discussed in greater detail during the work session. While some units will still be located within areas containing thirty percent (30%) slopes, it will: 1) move the parking and turn-around area further from the hillside; 2) reduce the amount and height of the retaining walls required in that area; 3) increase the distance between the Ridge units and the nearest townhome unit; and 4) provide greater opportunity for landscaping adjacent to the building closest to the Ridge. The applicant will present visual imagery showing the project, as submitted, from the perspective of the Ridge units uphill from the site. In addition, John Mechling with CTL/Thompson will attend the regular meeting to provide additional information requested at prior meetings or by staff relating to the hillside. Alan Richman will not be able to attend the work session but will be available for discussion during the regular meeting. Staff Staff recommends that the topics listed within the "Subject' Recommendation: block above be discussed during the work session. The regular meeting will involve: 1) determining whether to accept the proposed amendments to the application and whether it needs to be referred to the Planning Commission for further review and comment; 2) receiving a response from the applicant concerning the Planning Commission recommendation adopted on August 9; 3) receiving staff comments and recommendations regarding the amended plan; 4) receiving public comment; and 5) providing direction to staff for preparing a draft resolution, provided the application is not referred to the Planning Commission. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\TC 00-25 Parcel N Affordable Hsg Prelim PUD TCMemo03 � � I OPP- 1T 9 2' 3 4 g ^y y✓ �r CA �_— .............. _ (��) 36R 35 PK� Ce.s/is�J «� zap ('2.pll� TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. 25 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION TO TOWN COUNCIL REGARDING THE PARCEL "N' AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRELIMINARY PLAN SUBMISSION, INCLUDING SUBDIVISION PLAT AND REZONING FROM SPA-1 TO MF MULTI-FAMILY. WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Housing Department(the "Applicant")has submitted on behalf of the Town of Snowmass Village(the "Landowner") a request for approval of the Parcel "N"Affordable Housing Preliminary Plan submission(the"Project"), including subdivision plat and rezoning from SPA-1 to MF Multi-Family; and WHEREAS, the application concerns Parcel N, Faraway Ranch Subdivision, according to the Gross Parcel Plat recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Page 5 of the records of the Pitkin County, Colorado Clerk and Recorder; and WHEREAS, Town Council Resolution No. 3, Series of 1999 ("Resolution 3"), was approved on January 18, 1999, granting Sketch Plan approval for the Faraway Ranch South Specially Planned Area(SPA); and WHEREAS, said approval included Parcel N and identified said parcel as an appropriate site for employee housing for up to, but not exceeding, twenty-two (22) units; and WHEREAS, Parcel N was subsequently conveyed to the Landowner and withdrawn from the Faraway Ranch South project at that time; and WHEREAS; the Town of Snowmass Village Planning Director has reviewed the Preliminary PUD application for the Project and determined that it should be reviewed as a Major Planned Unit Development ("PUD") application in accordance with the procedures specified within Section 16A-5-300(b) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the"Municipal Code"); and WHEREAS, said procedure requires an initial Public Hearing and Preliminary PUD Plan review by the Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, posted, mailed, and published notice of a public hearing to be held before the Planning Commission on July 19 and August 2, 2000 were provided in accordance with the public notice requirements of Section 16A-5-60 of the Municipal Code; and ow- � ` PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim.Plan Page 2 WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the Project and received public comment during the regular meetings which occurred on those dates; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission conducted their review of the Project to consider all relevant materials and testimony in order to evaluate whether the Project development proposal complies with Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions, and Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards of the Municipal Code and whether the preliminary plan submission by the Applicant has responded to the direction given by the Town as stated within Resolution 3. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: Section One: General Findings. The Planning Commission finds generally as follows: 1. The Applicant submitted the application for Preliminary Plan Review of the Project in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code. The Preliminary PUD Plan application provided the Minimum Contents required pursuant to Section 16A-5-40(b), and included written and graphic materials pursuant to Section 16A-5-350, in sufficient detail to deem the application complete for review. Supplemental information had been submitted by the Applicant during the review process in response to staff, public and Planning Commission requests, comments, and concerns. To the extent, if any, that the original submission is different from the information used by the Planning Commission in the preparation of this resolution, the amended submission material meets the intent and satisfies the requirements of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code. 2. The Planning Commission, during the Preliminary Plan review, considered alternative development schemes for the property in response to public comment and at the suggestion of the Planning Commission. The Applicant presented six (6) alternatives that included various structure locations and configurations within the Project area. The two (2) scenarios shown in Exhibit B of this resolution identified what the effect would be upon the Project if modified to avoid areas containing thirty percent (30%) slopes. Section 16A-4-50(d)(4) of the Municipal Code states that a three-quarters (3/4) majority vote of the Town Council will be required to authorize development within the thirty percent (30%) slope areas shown in Exhibit A. It must be successfully demonstrated that the "development" is unable to avoid the steep r /Y� PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim.Plan Page 3 slopes. In addition to reviewing the design alternatives shown in Exhibit B, the Planning Commission received additional testimony from the Applicant's engineer concerning the potential soils problems, drainage and slope stability issues associated with locating structures further uphill. In addition to limitations caused by the physical constraints of the property, it became apparent that either alternative would result in a loss of existing vegetation, reduction in open space and greater visual impact upon surrounding property owners. It was determined by the Planning Commission at the conclusion of the Preliminary Plan review: a) The Applicant successfully demonstrated: 1) the subject parcel has historically been identified specifically as a location for employee housing; 2) that the "development" involves seventeen (17) quality affordable housing units that have been designed and located so as to not compromise open space or existing vegetation and to preserve the westerly views for the Ridge Condominium unit owners; and 3) to relocate the buildings further uphill will undermine those objectives as well as significantly increase the overall cost of the project. b) John Meckling with CTL/Thompson ("CTL"), the Applicant's geotechnical engineer, provided cross sectional details through the site to address the advantages to locating the buildings at the base of the slope, as proposed, rather than to realign and locate them further uphill. His professional opinion at this time was that the thirty percent (30%) slope areas could be reinforced and retained such that the proposed development will not cause greater slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure and that there would be no significant risk that damage to adjacent property will result from the proposed construction. Of the alternatives provided, he stated that the Project as proposed was the safest and best way to develop the site. To develop further uphill will likely decrease the Factor of Safety ("FOS") and cause significantly greater development costs. c) After determining that there was little real practical benefit to relocating the units uphill to avoid the thirty percent (30°,"0) slope areas, the Planning Commission then had to consider whether it should be recommended that these areas be avoided through a reduction in the number of units. The primary objectives were to balance the community need for and benefit of quality affordable housing, ensure a safe development and assure an equitable application of the Land Use Code. PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim.Plan Page 4 d) By a straw vote of three (3) in favor and two (2) against, the Planning Commission considered the above issues and decided to retain the seventeen (17) units at the locations shown on the Project site plan. Those members in favor felt: 1) that it was not feasible to remove units or move units further up the hill when the recommendation of CTL was to avoid doing this as it would increase the cost of the project without improving the stability of the slope or safety of the Project; 2) locating the units at the toe of the slope is the safest and best way to develop the site; 3) the project, if properly designed and constructed, would not endanger surrounding properties; and 4) a redesigned project which entirely avoids all thirty percent (30%) slope areas would likely disturb more area within the site, be more visually obtrusive to surrounding property owners and significantly compromise the open space currently being proposed. Those members who were opposed felt that the Applicant failed to sufficiently show that it is not possible to avoid the thirty percent (30%) slope areas through the reduction in the number of units. 3. The subject area is identified on the Comprehensive Plan Environmental Sensitivity Map as being within the Brush Creek Impact Area. As such, the Applicant submitted information evaluating the potential impacts of the development on Brush Creek and its associated riparian habitat and wetlands. The Planning Commission has reviewed the information and evaluated the recommendations to determine whether consistency exists with the development evaluation standards found in Section 16A-4-30 of the Municipal Code. Specifically, the Planning Commission finds: a) The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have concurred with the findings of Wright Water Engineers, Inc. that the Project does not contain any waters, including wetlands, subject to their regulatory authority under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. b) Any Final PUD submission should include both interim and final erosion control plans as discussed within the Schmeuser Gordon Meyer ("SGM") letter attached as Exhibit C of this resolution. The Final Grading Plan must demonstrate that vegetation removal has been minimized to the greatest extent feasible and the Final PUD submission shall include a restoration plan for all disturbed areas. c) The SGM letter notwithstanding, the final water quality control structure, as discussed within Exhibit C, must ensure that this development and PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim. Plan Page 5 site will not introduce organic or inorganic pollutants into Brush Creek. The Planning Commission recommends that the Applicant continue to further develop the concept and create the best possible design solution, which may be more extensive than as described within the SGM letter. 4. The current zone classification for the Subject Property is SPA-1 Specially Planned Area. Section 16A-3-40(5) of the Municipal Code discusses the general purpose for the Specially Planned Area (SPA-1 and SPA-2) zone districts and specifies that development proposals within those districts are to be submitted and reviewed pursuant to the provisions of Article V, Division 3, Planned Unit Developments, and that those provisions will apply to establish and define the zoning parameters for the development. General Restriction No. 3 of the PUD regulations, however, states that "The land uses permitted in a PUD shall be limited to those uses that are allowed, or are allowed by special review, in the underlying zone district." The appropriate zone district for the proposed project, based on both the Sketch Plan and this Preliminary Plan proposal, is the MF Multi- Family zone district as it permits multi-family residential uses and the Applicant's proposal will be consistent with dimensional limitations specified for that zone district. 5. Chapter Six, Future Land Use Plan, of the Comprehensive Plan identifies the subject area as being part of the Faraway Ranch South (Parcel K & N) Comprehensively Planned Area (CPA). As such, the preferred development plan identified these elements: a) Employee housing could be included. b) Low-density, high occupancy, multi-family residential housing units could be included. c) A mixed-use recreation center at the base of Assay Hill could be included. d) Enhancement of the skier and pedestrian trails shall be included. e) Faraway Road/ Brush Creek Road intersection improvement shall be included. f) Grouped development that provides for the maximum preservation of open space shall be included. g) Connection to the Snowmass Center and the Base area shall be included. The Planning Commission finds that, with the exception of elements b, c and e, which were addressed within the Timbers at Snowmass project, the above elements have been satisfactorily incorporated into the development proposal. 6. Section 16A-3-40(6)b. of the Municipal Code also identifies elements of the - r0 - PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim. Plan Page 6 Comprehensive Plan that could be considered in the development of the Faraway Ranch South (Parcel K & N) CPA, namely: (1) Low density, high occupancy, multi-family residential housing; (2) Mixed use recreation center at the base of Assay Hill; and (3) Employee Housing. The Planning Commission finds that only element 3 appropriately applied to Parcel N and further supports this application. 7. The Planning Commission has, to the extent necessary for and pertinent to a Preliminary Plan level of evaluation and review, determined that the application is generally consistent with the provisions of Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions, of the Municipal Code ("Restrictions"), as discussed below and/or subject to satisfying the applicable recommendations contained within this resolution. S. The Planning Commission has, to the extent necessary for and pertinent to a Preliminary Plan level of evaluation and review, determined that the application is generally consistent with the provisions of Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards, of the Municipal Code ("Standards"), as discussed below and/or subject to satisfying the applicable recommendations contained within this resolution. a) The Preliminary Plan generally identifies land uses that are consistent with the Town of Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan (the "Comprehensive Plan") Future Land Use Map in that the subject area is identified as being intended for Multi-Family Residential uses. b) The Applicant has committed a southerly portion of the parcel to Open Space that is larger in area than what has been identified as the minimum required for the MF Multi-Family zone district. 9. The Planning Commission finds that the proposed project generally complies with the directions established by the Town in the Sketch Plan approval resolution and with subsequent guidance from the Planning Commission during Preliminary Plan review, as discussed below and/or subject to satisfying the applicable recommendations contained within this resolution. a) The Sketch Plan resolution stated that there may be potential, subject to further investigation and review, for up to 22 restricted employee housing units (50 bedrooms) within Parcel "N", involving up to 25,456 square feet. The Applicant's proposal is for 17 units and forty-four(44) bedrooms involving 24,082 square feet. The Project proposes less units, bedrooms and square footage than had been contemplated at Sketch Plan. PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim.Plan Page 7 b) The Sketch Plan also specified that the restricted units should not exceed three (3) floors and a roof section, or the thirty-eight (38) foot height limit. The Project satisfies these limits. c) Condition No. 4 of the Sketch Plan resolution states: "No detailed evaluation occurred of the development proposal for Parcel "N" as shown in Exhibit A and the Town Council is not commenting on the specific site design shown. This test of employee housing potential should be designated in the Preliminary PUD Plan. Development within Parcel "N" should not involve natural slopes exceeding thirty percent(30%),..." Finding No. 9 (Slopes) of the Sketch Plan resolution essentially states the provisions of Section 16A-4-50 of the Municipal Code which prohibits development within thirty percent (30%) slope area except in certain specific circumstances. Portions of the Project will extend into areas of that type and will require that the Town Council, by a vote of at least three-fourths (314) of the voting members, identify the reasons why the development is unable to avoid the steep slopes and, therefore, allow the Project to extend into these areas. The Applicant has presented reasonable design solutions regarding the geotechnical, groundwater and drainage issues related to the Project. All of these items were matters of concern during Sketch Plan review. The Planning Commission accepts the solutions proposed by the applicant for addressing drainage, the stability of the Project area and adjacent hillside and its development within thirty percent (30%) slope areas. 10. The landscaping plan was amended by the Applicant and has been included as pan of Exhibit A. The plan no longer involves planting within the Ridge Condominium property. The Applicant also represents that no work. including the placement of the reinforcement walls and/or tie-backs, will be extending onto Ridge property. The Planning Commission has reviewed the amended plan and finds that it is insufficient and should be amended further as follows: a) Considerably more planting should occur within the area between the Project and the Ridge Condominiums to the east. It is recommended that approximately fifty (50) 14'-16' Spruce and considerably more Aspen be staggered along the hillside so as to be large and dense enough to provide substantive screening of the project. Discussions should occur with the Ridge Condominium Association to permit planting within their portion of the hillside and to develop a successful Ir� � PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim.Plan Page 8 landscaping solution. b) The Planning Commission recommends that the area between the carports and trail not be limited to Bristlecone Pine, Aspen and shrubs but that Spruce trees be intermingled as well. The Applicant should explore ways to create more area to get additional tall evergreens in front of the town home buildings. In addition, the landscaping should be continued around the turn-around at the end of the project. 12. The Planning Commission is concerned about the potential "wall effect" created by the long, continuous alignment of the carports and offers the following recommendations: a) Eliminate one (1) carport within the center of the carport structure opposite Building A and include planting taller evergreens within that space. This will break-up the building's length and provide the opportunity to increase the screening of Building A, OR b) Compress the building separation distance between the three (3) carport buildings and utilize that space to split the building opposite Building A to create a space to plant the evergreens discussed above. c) Move Building B back approximately five (5) to seven (7) feet to then inset the middle carport building by that amount and create a setback to stagger the carport fagade. The opportunity then occurs to create a bigger berm and planting area between the building and the trail. d) Consider creating a "half wall" along all or portions of the back wall of the carport buildings where the top portion would be open. e) Increase the berming and provide more dense planting both above and below the trail. f) Create a design which more dramatically steps the carport roof ridgelines and anv other means not mentioned above which will effectively stagger or break-up the continuous wall fagade created by the buildings as proposed. 13. The Planning Commission recommends that the Applicant investigate integrating rusted metal roof elements to match that found within the Timbers at PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim.Plan Page 9 Snowmass development. Further comments concerning colors or material are not provided as they were still being finalized by the Applicant and had not been completed within the time frame of our review. It is requested that the Final PUD architecture, colors and materials be referred to the Planning Commission for review and comment at that time. 14. The Planning Commission is aware that the Timbers at Snowmass project included Parcel N with a potential for twenty-two (22) restricted sales units within the traffic analysis submitted with their Preliminary PUD application. The road improvements proposed by them for Faraway Road and the Faraway/Brush Creek Road intersection was supported by sufficient traffic information to indicate that the LOS would not exceed the limits specified within the Municipal Code. The Town Council reviewed their Final PUD Plan and found their proposal would represent a substantial improvement to the roadway which sufficiently addressed their project's impacts as well as somewhat improve inadequate conditions that existed as well. However, there is still a substantial concern by the Planning Commission that, during winter conditions, the Faraway Road uphill traffic will have difficulty making the top of the hill as a result losing momentum when delayed by traffic slowing, stopping or turning into either side of the Timbers project or by a Town shuttle entering traffic from the bus stop on the uphill side of the road. 15. The Planning Commission recommends that more detailed information be included within the Construction Management Plan, attached as Exhibit D, regarding: a) Fugitive dust control, the "mud racks" and how the Town roadways will be kept clean during construction. b) How will construction worker parking be handled? c) Will the Applicant agree to limit the hours of operation from 8:00am — 5:00pm from mid-December through March in order to reduce the noise impacts upon Ridge unit owners and renters? 16. It was requested during the public hearing that at least the five (5) or six (6) carports at the easterly end of the project, if not all of them, be enclosed with a garage door in front as a visual benefit to the Ridge unit owners. The Planning Commission considered this but felt that the money spent to accomplish this could actually be spent to provide enhanced landscaping to further improve the visual quality of the project from their perspective. PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim.Plan Page 10 Section Two: Recommendation. The Planning Commission recommends approval of the Parcel N Affordable Housing Preliminary Plan submission, which includes: 1) a request to rezone the property from SPA-1, Specially Planned Area, to MF Multi- Family; 2) subdivision of the parcel: and, 3) a Subdivision Exemption application to permit condominiumization, as described within Exhibit A as well as all other documents as set forth in the Preliminary PUD Plan application dated June 1, 2000, which collectively are incorporated herein by this reference as if set forth at length. Further, this recommendation shall be subject to satisfying all applicable requirements of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code, the recommendations contained within Section One above and the conditions contained within Section Three below. Section Three: Conditions. The Planning Commission recommendation is subject to satisfying the following conditions: 1. Prior to final review of this application by the Town Council, the Condominium Documents shall be amended to include, or the applicant shall address; 1) limiting pets and prohibiting inoperable vehicles: 2) restrictions concerning outside or deck storage; 3) that the carports and garages should be used for vehicle storage only except for attic or other storage which may otherwise be enclosed; 4) granting the Town authority to enforce violations; 5) that garage doors should remain closed when not in use; and 6) requiring that adequate insurance be maintained to address slope failure. 2. The Final PUD application must include an Engineer's Opinion as specified within Section 16A-4-50(d)(5) of the Municipal Code which provides an opinion from a professional geotechnical engineer licensed in the State stating: 1) that the thirty percent (30%) slope areas affected by the Project are not prone to instability or failure; 2)that the proposed development will not cause greater slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure: and 3) that therefore, there will be no significant risk that damage to adjacent property will result from the proposed construction. If any risk to adjacent property is found, the geotechnical engineer shall describe the design considerations or construction techniques that are to be incorporated within the development to mitigate the risk of damage to adjacent property from the proposed development. 3. Any Final PUD submission shall include both interim and final erosion control plans as discussed within the Schmeuser Gordon Meyer letter attached as Exhibit C of this resolution. The Final Grading Plan must demonstrate that vegetation removal has been minimized to the greatest extent feasible and the Final PUD submission shall include a restoration plan for all disturbed areas. 4. The Final water quality control structure, as discussed within Exhibit C, shall I;.Xgo* PC Reso.00-25 Parcel N Prelim.Plan Page 11 ensure that this development and site will not introduce organic or inorganic pollutants into Brush Creek. The Planning Commission recommends that the Applicant continue to further develop the concept and create the best possible design solution. 5. No work is permitted to extend beyond Parcel N without the written authorization of the Ridge Condominium Association or applicable land owner. 6. The Applicant should provide more detailed information describing the manner and means by which the existing condition of the adjacent Ridge units will be documented and control monitors will be placed in order to identify existing or any future slope movements within the area between the Ridge Condominiums and the Project and such control monitors will be provided by the Applicant. Monitoring results will be made part of the public record and provided to the Ridge Condominium Association upon request. This needs to be addressed during Town Council review. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, as amended, on this 9th day of August, 2000, by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on a motion made by Commission Member Gaudin, seconded by Commission Member Huggins, by a vote of 3 to 2. Commission Members Gustafson and Purvis were opposed on the basis that they felt the Applicant failed to sufficiently show that it is not possible to avoid the thirty percent (30%) slope areas through the reduction in the number of units. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNIN ISISSION eorge P. Hu gins, hai ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Planning Commission Secretary M:'Wociamaeso.piTC 00-25 Parcel N Prelim PUD z3 - Ira It kv 11111 fit , A Cl ' � 1 ..�,�... wl'i ails 0•V1 ull (J . __ Ili �^ - t 1 ` � • _ . •min±v.� I� I� �yp �;` fl, 1_ • ii`/.... '�.*; � �.��i �/ ... .. i Y.t PJ �yy�7/ I � •� • �.� Z 0 US W � m �J Z avivu ww.wm+r.raoc4a. mua.�wa a 4 �... -TJ.; ..,.:.� '� '1 .. _ :•.\ r S > O �.�• .or+wrw..rvawcw.Q .. 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Imo' WALKIWX PISrANcz T� vN ITS(2s'VP-RTIcA(.) • LosS of� VIEWS FRdM UN rrS e AIL SfABIL17-//PPAIW f;R02,;-CMS p lS WJPT/P.VaP-AM VFPe?,S'T� • exl-r�Ns1V>r I-o55 TFW:;C- 11v9(5c • VISVAL I MPALT / / l aA M% t�:r t ALTERNATE-2__ I'7 UNnM . 49 DARY-INEr °'F)ACES e/z/ee (970)945-1004 A GM 118 West 6th,Suite 200 FAX(970)945.5948 0O"O° Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 August 1, 2000 �XM��C3t f Co Mr. Joe Coffey Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 RE: Drainage and Water Quality at Parcel N, Snowmass Village Dear Joe: As you are aware, there appears to be some uncertainty of the intended drainage and water quality improvements at the proposed employee housing project known as Parcel N. In effort to provide clarity I offer the following. BACKGROUND The site consists of approximately 3.45 acres of undeveloped land located just northeast of the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Faraway Road, and adjacent to Brush Creek. Proposed development of the lot will consist of the 17 multi-family units with associated common space and parking area. Access to the site will be through the forthcoming multi-unit project, The Timbers, which is adjacent to the south. Adjacent to the site to the east lies The Ridge condominiums. DRAINAGE Runoff calculations for the onsite conditions were performed using the Rational Method. Runoff coefficients of 0.35 for existing and proposed vegetated areas and 0.90 for proposed parking and building areas were used for the 10-yr and 25-yr runoff evaluations. The runoff coefficients were increased by 10% for 100-yr evaluations to adjust for antecedent soil moisture conditions and variability in statistical data. Detention options were evaluated for the 10-yr storm event only with routing provisions for events of greater magnitude. The site was analyzed as a single drainage basin which include the contributing areas on the adjacent parcel, The Ridge. In all, the basin analyzed encompassed 4.60 acres, the majority of which is undeveloped land covered with native vegetation. Currently, approximately 18% of the basin is developed with impervious surfaces such as buildings and asphalt. After development approximately 37% of the basin will be impervious surface. As such, it has been estimated that an additional 1.612.3 cfs will be generated by the development the 10-yr/100-yr storm events, respectively. Runoff from the offsite areas will be collected onsite via inlets to be located with the natural swales at newly created collection points. Runoff within the proposed developed area will be intercepted by newly graded swales and routed to grated inlets. The parking area will be graded to sheet flow to the north end of the parking area where the surface waters will be collected in grated inlets. All flows captured by the grated inlets noted above will be directed through piping to a water quality control structure. Due to the extreme topographic constraints of the site, there are only two options for handling the increased runoff generated by the proposed site development. The first option is capture the incremental increase of runoff and detain in underground storage vessels. The second option is to directly release the runoff to Brush Creek after routing the surface runoff through a sedimentation and water quality structure. Because the incremental increase in runoff is essentially negligible during storm events, and since there are no downstream developments that will be adversely affected, the second option is recommended with the runoff being directly discharged to Brush Creek. EROSION CONTROL Grading and Erosion Control shall be performed as per the Grading and Erosion Control plans prepared and submitted to the Town for approval. It is the intent of these plans to limit the amount of disturbance in as much as possible and to control the erosion through the strategic placement of proven erosion control devices, such as silt fence and hay bales. Erosion control during construction will be provided though the implementation of the above stated measures, and after construction erosion control will be permanently provide through re-vegetation of all disturbed areas. WATER QUALITY Water quality within Brush Creek will be maintained in three ways. First, no development or disturbance is planned within the existing riparian area along the creek, with the exception of some minor disturbance during bike path re-alignment and water quality control outlet construction. Second, both temporary and permanent erosion control measures will be implemented as outlined above. And lastly, the water quality control structure will intercept all surface flows across developed portions of the site and will effectively reduce sediment loads and trap oil and grease. CONCLUSIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS A minimal increase over existing flow rates will occur due to the proposed development. However, when the dynamics of the watershed are considered as a whole, the small increase from the development is negligible and direct release to Brush Creek should not be problematic. To ensure water quality within Brush Creek, both temporary and permanent erosion control measures will be implemented, and all flows across the proposed development area will be routed througn a water quality control structure. The water quality control structure will consist of a baffle system for sediment deposition and oil and grease removal. I hope that this helps clarify the intent of our drainage report and erosion control plans. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call. Sincerely, Schmueser Gordon Meyer, Inc. Chad A. Paulson. P.E. /2000-127 (Rev. 1) I I 30 ' SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER,INC. - and ASSOCIATES inc. General Contractor Custom Ho . Commerci Date: August 1, 2000 XM1181 f To: The Town of Snowmass Village t� Dr� From: Paul Broome,Norris and Associates Re: The Town of Snowmass Village, Affordable Housing Project Parcel N Construction Management Plan The total construction duration for the project will be approximately 12 months. We are anticipating a September 27, 2000 start date. (Please see the attached bar chart schedule for details.) The following is a brief description of the project activities: Notice to proceed • Once a notice to proceed is given to Norris and Associates, we will mobilize within two weeks. Staging • Staging for the project will be limited until the site has been graded. • We will install a 4' tail orange safety fence around the perimeter of the building site Erosion Control and Dewatering • Filter trenches. holding ponds and silt fencing will be piaced as directed by the soils do civil engineers. This work will be completed prior to any mass excavation. The trenches will handle on site ground water and surface drainage water. Clean water will be discharge into 'the existing ditch along Brush Creek Road. Curtain Drainage Trench A trench drain will be installed uphill of the project This drain will pick up the ground water from above our buildings and discharge the water to the existing ditch. .access Roads • The access to parcel N will be through the adjoining Timbers Project • Mud racks (a short stretch of roadway with clean fill) will be placed at the exit to our site. i he haul trucks will stay on a firm-driving surface. 31 Corot man pian Page i of: 000- BC.MII Temporary Construction Shoring Walls • Temporary construction shoring walls will be built uphill of the project. These walls will be placed as directed by the soils engineer Retaining Walls • Up hill of the bike path we will build a structural retaining wall to create the flat area for the parking lot Building Excavation • Most of the excavated dirt will be removed from the site via trucks. The trucks will leave the site and go down Brush Creek Road to a dumpsite. We will schedule the trucks to operate between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Flag persons will be used as needed to assist the trucks entering and exiting the site. We will take steps as needed to minimize dirt and debris on the streets. Daily clean up will be done as needed. Building Construction • We will start construction on the buildings once the sitework is underway enough to allow safe access. • Our working hours will be within the guidelines for the Town of Snowmass Village Project Completion • approximately 12 months from the start of construction we will have the units ready to occupy 3a ' Const man plan Page 2 of 2 / BCtiII Town of Snowmass Village Preliminary Schedule Norris and Associates Affordable I lousing Parcel N based On 11 Months Tell 811100 --- ---- 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Ti sl Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter ID O Task Narne Duration Stall Finish Jul Auy _Sep OG_ Nov Dec Jan_ Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul AuiL ® -- __ ArchnG ilur 30 al design Jays Mon 7/10100 Fri 9/18ro0 p ® TOSV approval process 30 Jays Mon 7/10/00 F 9/19100 - 3 Submit lot parmU ------- t day Mon 921100 Mon 9/21/00 yJJJJJJ ----- --- - -- -- — - 4 Snowmass plan review 20 days Tim 8122100 -Mon-W 9/l 18100 6. -. Issue permit 1 day Tim 9/19100 Tito 9/19ro0 2 ---Too G! _9 �gtre 5 days Wad 80/00 Tue 9/26/00 7 Start conalnrcllon 1 day Wed 927100 Wad 927/00 - - --. __.-- ---- -- -- - - -- 9 Overlot-grading 15 days Thu 928100 Wed 10/19ro0 g upper bench drain 15 days lhu 92tl/00 Wad 10/18100 10 Excavate MSE wall 10 drys Thu 929100 Wed 101I1ro0 11 Build MSE wall 20 days Thu 10112100 Wed 11/8/00 ----- — -- a -- -- - 12 Water line 10 days Thu 10)19100 Wed 1111/00 -13 Shoring weld 10 days This 10119/00 Wed 11)1100 a 1 14 Sewer system 5 days Thu 112100 Wed 1118100 -- ---- - --. .- ----- --- - - -- _ 15 Building-excavation 10 days Thu 112/00 Wed 11!15100 p� t'Ld -_ _10 days lbu 1118100 Wed 11122100 W _118 Footings Y 17 Concrete walls 15 Jays Thu 11116/00 Wad 1216/00 - - ---- -- - .. _ G7 18 Under sWb utilities 5 days Thu 12/7ro0 Wed 12113100 td ` 19 Foundation waterproofing 5 days Thu 1217100 Wad 12113M i 20 1 owar Wval slab 5 days Thu 12114/00 Wed 1220/00 21 BackfiU 10 Jays Tito 12II4ro0 Wed 1227100 p2 - Lower level walls 10 days This 1221100 Wed t/3101 23 Maln level Moor system 10 days Thu 114ro1 Wad 1 117101 2�- --- Main level walls --- _- - - --15 days -Thu 1118/01 Wed 217101 ---. - - -... .--system -25 25 Roof stem - days Thu 211101 Wad 317101 2fi Instatl windows 10 days Thu 2/22101 Wed 3/7101 -- 27 --- Exterior him --- -- - -- - 30 days Thu 3/1101 Wed 4 111!01 28 Rough In plumbing 20 days Thu 311101 Wad 329101 29 Rough-in HVAC 15 days Thu 311101 Wed 321101 30 Dry n root 10 days Thu 311/01 Wed 3I14I01 31 Rough-h fire system 20 days Thu 311101 Wed 328/01 i - _- ®� I 32 Rough-91 electrical - 15 days Thu 319101 Wed 328101 33 - Rough-in low voltage systems 10 days Thu 318101 Wed 3/21101 I Preliminary schedule ---�---- ----- ------ — Pagel BCMI Town of Snowmass Village Preliminary Schedule Norris and Associates Affordable Ifouslhg Parcel N Based On 11 Months Tue 811100 ----- -- -- -- -_ - --- - _ - - - 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter ID a lack Name Duration Start Fin6le Jul A�l.See Oc� Nov Doc Jan Feb Mar_ A Ma Jun Jul TAug 34 Rough-In Inapedlom p days Thu 3/29101 Fn 3130101 - 35 Insulation 10 days Mon 412101 Fri 4/13101 38 Exterior stone veneer 40 days Thu 4/12/07 Wed 6 16101 — 37 I lang drywall 15 days Mon 4116/01 Fri 514101 36 Finish drywall 20 days Mon 4/23101 Fri 5118/01 39 Exterior stucco 20 days 1 hu 5/10101 . Wed 6/6101 40 Interior painting 15 days, Mon 5114101 Fri 617/01 41 Install cabinets 6 millwork 30 days Mon 5/21101 Fri 6/29/01 j 42 Install interior door 75 Jays Mon 5128/01 Fri 6/15101 43 Install interior base 6 case 15 days Mon 614101 Fri 6122101 i -- --- ------ .-_— -- - — - —Wed - 44 l andscape Irrigation 15 days Thu 6/7/01 Wed 6!27101 7m 45 landscaping 20 days Thu 6/7101 Wed 7/4/01 48 Install counter lops 15 days Mon 6/18101 Fri 7/6101 —_— - - -- ---20 47 Stain-a-8--nlsh Inled-or- maledals Jaya Mon 6116101 Fit 7113/01 48 install appliances 10 days Mon 72/01 Fri 7113101 -- — -. - _- - - ----.. - -- -- 49 Plumbing-him - 10 days Mon 712/01 Fri 7113/01 50 _-_ Eleclucal Iran _ _- -- 10 days Mon 7116101 Fri 7127101 51 1 ow vollage Inm 10 days Mon 7116/01 Fri 727101 W 52 INAC trim 10 days Mon 7116/01 Fit 727/01 53 Fire system Irim 10 days Mon 7/16101 Fri 727101 54 Final punch 15 days Wed 7/18/01 Tue 817/01 I . _555 Final Inspections 2 days Mon 7130101 Tue 7131/01 ---- - - p l ---- ------ ---- - - - - — - - 56 Substantial completion 1 day Wad 8 I1101 Wad 811101 V Install carpel - - 10 days Wad 8/1101 Tue B/14/Ot -511 Final clean - - - 20 days Wed 811 l01 -Tue 828101 59 Ownew occulpy 1 day Wild 8129/01 Wed 829/01 BCMI Preliminary schedule ---�—_----- Page 2 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: September 5, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Pre-Sketch Proposal: Rodeo Grounds Joint Town Council/Planning Commission Discussion Overview: OTAK/Rock Creek Studios, has submitted a Pre-Sketch Plan application on behalf of Jay N. Weinberg for the 21.1 acre 'Rodeo Grounds' parcel. The property is currently owned by the Snowmass Recreational Land Company, LLC and consent has been given by them to allow Mr. Weinberg the opportunity to informally present this development concept for the property. Ordinance No. 9, Series of 2000, was adopted to create an opportunity for informal, non-binding discussion between the developer, Planning Commission, Town Council and the public concerning conceptual development proposals prior to the submission of a Sketch Plan. Please review the enclosed OTAK letter, Constraints Map and Site Plan for a written and graphic description of the proposal. Larger scale maps have been placed in your council boxes and copies are available for the public at the Community Development Department. • Forty-six (46) of the fifty-two (52) single family lots will be Additional approximately 3,000 sq. ft. in size with the remaining six (6) Background: lots being approximately 4,000 sq. ft. in size. • The intention is to utilize a "zero lot line" concept where there would be no setback along one side of the property and the homes would be somewhere between 1,500-2,000 sq. ft. in size. One benefit of the concept is that larger front and/or back yards are created for the benefit of the home owners. This will be discussed more fully at the meeting. • The multi-family units will be approximately 2,000 sq. ft. in size. The "live/work' concept will need to be further explained at the meeting. • The single family lots that extend outside the parcel onto 35' the 7-Star "triangle" land have been shown as a possibility due to the site characteristics found in that area. This will be discussed by the applicant Staff Comments: Staff will need to provide verbal comments prior to the application regarding consistency with the Comprehensive Plan, Exhibit B of Ordinance No. 10, Series of 1987 and Land Use Code. • The Build Out Analysis Chart, which is an Appendix to the Comprehensive Plan, identifies the "Future" number of dwelling units as 30 units and specifies zero future commercial square footage. Please refer to the build out chart that followed the Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan communique in the packet. • Compare Tables 6.3, 6.4 and 6.12 in the Comprehensive Plan (enclosed) • The text descriptions of the Rodeo Grounds/Entryway Comprehensively Planned Area as found in the Land Use Code and Comprehensive Plan have also been enclosed for reference. • The relevant portions of Exhibit B of Ordinance No. 10, Series of 1987, has been enclosed for reference. Staff To be provided at the meeting. Recommendation: P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Does\Pre-Sketch Rodeo Grounds Memo01 36 . • SNOWMASS RECREATIONAL LAND Co., LLC August 22,2000 Mr. Chris Conrad Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village,Colorado 81615 Re: Rodeo Property Pre-Sketch Plan Application Dear Chris: Snowmass Recreational Land Company, LLC("SRLC")as owner of the parcel commonly known as the Rodeo Grounds,situated at the street address of 2735 Brush Creek Road, Snowmass Village,Colorado,entered into a real property purchase agreement on July 12,2000 with Jay Weinberg. With SRLC's permission,Mr. Weinberg intends to make a development application to the Town. Pursuant to the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code §16A-5- 40(aX 1)(1999), please accept this letter as proof of consent of Snowmass Recreational Land Company, LLC, allowing the submission of said application . As always, please call me with any comments. Yours very truly, SNO I SS CREATIONAL LAND CO.,LLC l., J. L ce Burwel General Counsel and Attorney in fact c: Herb Klein, Esq. Klein-Zimet, PC John McCarty Otak, Inc. SNOWMASS RECREATIONAL LAND COMPANY, LLC P. O. Box 5009, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 / (970) 923-3520 x- 31 ' DOCK CREEK 5TU 010 August 22, 2000 Chris Conrad Town of Snowmass Village P. O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Rodeo Property Pre-Sketch Plan Application — Otak Project No. 10510 Dear Mr. Conrad: As required by the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council Ordnance No. 09 Series of 2000, we submit the following information and accompanied documents to satisfy the application requirements for the Pre-Sketch Plan process. Applicant: Jay N. Weinberg 3275 County Road 100 Carbondale, CO 81623 Property Owners: Snowmass Recreational Land Company, LLC P. O. Box 5009 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Applicant respectfully submits this pre-sketch application to seek an understanding of the Town Council's receptivity of the attached proposed plan for the identified property parcel. We acknowledge that comments and representations made as a part of this process are non-binding. Following narrative briefly outlines the proposed property uses and activities with attachments showing existing conditions and proposed development. Narrative The development plan objectives are to: I. Develop a mixed-use plan that satisfies the criteria listed in the Town's Comprehensive Master Plan and defined in the Land Use and Development Code. 2. Provide the Town with a plan that fosters attainable single family home opportunities for Snowmass Village's working community, live/work opportunities for home-based businesses and foundations, a gas station and convenience store and recreational opportunities. rl M ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING GIS 36 n fourth street LANGSCAVE Carbondale, Colorado 81623-2012 ARCHITECTURE (970) 963-1971 - - PLANNING trtTlNG VI fax (970) 963-1622 zu d NAPPING Nww.otak.com URSAN DESIGN Chris Conrad Page 2 Rodeo Property Pre-Sketch Plan Application August 22, 2000 3. Provide the applicant with a fair return from the investment on the property and associated development. Through the above stated objectives and the following uses and activities are proposed as a part of the attached plan: 1. Single family residential units 2. Multi-family live/work units 3. Commercial - gas fueling/convenience 4. Recreation activity- Access connections to Town's trail system and community park facilities; opportunity for partnership to maintain Rodeo activities and public access to and maintenance of fishing pond facility 5. Transportation - provide pedestrian access to Town's transit system and RFTA bus stops locations 6. Storm water detention and water quality protection of Brush Creek 7. Common open space dedication for the purpose of protecting existing wetlands and establishing landscape buffers between existing land uses and proposed Sincerely, Otak, Incorporated Jo An McCarty Senior Landscape Architect jhm \ •J y. eN,Fr w.RR/Llv� p • « D F.Y. IMI{ FO ttT � R R K � N• � �r7I I R • Div D TRAnHT I lMfe,{R I I I n l/ R { A L I G N F D Ace • e e O Q I R RODEO LOT DU6 DIt,16E NGE I RODEO LOT DUE DILIGENCE Constraint Map - BUILDING FOOTPRINT aY I �J 6-FOOT CONTOUR ��, �, �t� u *•. O PARCEL O EASEMENT qw WETLAND ROAD✓DRIV[WAY -4e � PROPERTY BOUNDARY / WATER FILATURE ..F� _P�SR{ r• �J PERCENT SLOPE h 20-30% -. 30%- up jy I4� I JYeY�L .t . F ,t :Ntk�S S{`.R t'tlHtutsp�3tttJ A,.• S. '• ;�. CC Omimevressive YL-Pr1`1� Rodeo Grounds/fntruwau The Rodeo area is the gateway to the Town of Snowmass Village and is located at the intersection of Brush Creek and Highline Road. The rustic, western appearance of the Rodeo Grounds and surrounding open land is a significant element of the community-:s rural character. This area currentiv is a primary summer recreational activity area and includes the community nark. skateboard and basketball facilities, the rodeo grounds, the golf course and softball field.The Town "welcome' information booths and the major vehicle intercept parking farlity are located just west of Brush Creek/Highiine intersection. Community members preferred intense recreational use of this area including the preservation and enhancement of the rodeo facility. Many people felt that preserving the rodeo and the other ranching uses and artifacts were important to the heritage of the Town. Community members also recommended that the information "welcome" center be relocated near the Brush Creek Road/Highline intersection and play an important role in the current parking. The preferred plan for the Rodeo Grounds/Entryway includes these elements: • An information center and relocated welcome booths • Enhancement of the rodeo grounds and arena • Preservation of the open pastures/open setting • Increased recreational use including playing fields, pedestrian and bike trails, expanded golf course and a recreation center • Enhancement of the pond and Brush Creek • Intersection improvements • Clear circulation and access • Improved and enlarged parking area • Improved transit center • Deveiopment of liuuted convenience commercial. inciuding a service station • Low-densin, residential 16,VIi4Mf-*er4SIYF- ter] Table 6.3 Snowmass Village Existing Residential Dwelling Units Single Multi- Lodging Employee TOTAL Family Family - West Wocabncce 159 1,007 651 524 2,071 East Wooabrace 371 391 0 0 762 Rodeo 59 0 0 35 94 East Village 62 253 76 75 466 TOTAL 651 1,651 727 364 3,393 Source: Snowmass Village Planning Department Table 6.4 Snowmass Village Existing and Approved Residential Dwelling Units Single Multi-Family Lodging Employee TOTA Family sr West Woodbridge 184 1,007 651 281 2,123 East Woodbridge 408 407 0 0 815 .Rodeo 97 0 0 35 132 East Village 165 253 76 75 569 TOTAL 854 1,667 727 391 3,639 Source: Snowmass Village Planning Department Table 6.12 Snowmass Village, Future Residential Dwelling Units Single Mufti- Lodging Employee: TOTA :` .: Family Family West Wocdbndae 190 1,358 686 391 2,625 East Woodbridge 411 487 0 50 948 Rodeo 99 0 0 55 164 East Village 165 353 0 98 616 TOTAL 865 2,208 686 594 4,353 Source: Snowiness Village Planning Department jEXHIBlet i CNART OF 20NIMO AM DEVELOPMENT IIILOCATItetS i MRXIMM Mnx liwm� aS Zone Unrestricted Rea-, icted Coamlrclal Parcel# Psrcet Name Acreage pistriCt Allocation A0,,jgk1P6 Rtloestfon 1 Upper North Ness 649.4 CON 0 0 0 L• 2 North Mesa' .' 113.7 MF/PUD 85 0 Y 3 Nest Mesa . 85.2 SF-30 38 0 0 4 Norse Ranch North 10.0 SF-4 40 0 0 S Norse Ranch 2 .1 MU/PU 2 =25,000 6 Intercept 4.1 cc 0 0 To be determined by adopted PUD Pion f 7andHighline G6.4 CON 0 0 0 IL uSE I4 00 DeveWaprnElvT CdDE Rodeo Grounds/Entryway CPA. 2. Elements that could be consid- 4. Rodeo Ground.%/Entryway CPA is ered. The elements of the Comprehen. ed at the intersection of Brush Creek sive Plan that the Town has determined m ° Highline Roads and represents the could be considered in the development ay to Snowmass Village. the rustic, of this area are: (a) relocated welcomrn appearance of the Roolco Grounds booths; (b) enhancement of the rodeo •'7,j3"�urrounding open lands is a significant grounds and arena; (c) preservation of s lee ric element of the community's rural the open pasmres/open %cuing; (d)cter. TIN: area serves several key enhancement of the pond and Brush ions for the community,including rec- Creek; (e) limited convenience com-n, welcome booths and intercept ntercial uses, including a service station; ing. (f) single- or multi-family residential . Elements that shall be accom- dwelling Units: and (g) employee hous- modated. The elements of the Com- Ing. prehensive Plan that the Town has determined shall be accommodated in the development of this area are: (a) an information center; (b) intensifica- tion of the recreational uses, including Lexpanded fields, pedestrian and bike panded golf course and a rec- center; (c) intersection ents; (d) clear circulation ss; (e) an improved parking aining six hundred fifty(650)nd (f) an improved transit �� \ a ' �� SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL JOINT PUBLIC MEETING & PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE TIME CHANGE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE A JOINT MEETING OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION AND TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT WHEN: September 5, 2000 WHERE: Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road, Snowmass Village WHY: To receive public comment regarding the Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan submission (Revised June, 2000), amending the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development, involving Parcels 3, 4 and 10 thereof. CODE: This application will be processed as a Sketch Plan, pursuant to Section 16A-5-320 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 5:00 P.M. INFO: A copy of the plans and application information is on file and available for review in the Snowmass Village Community Development Department at the above address. For further information call 923-5524. Submitted by: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on August 23, 2000 Opp COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: September 5, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Staff: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Subject: Joint Town Council/Planning Commission Meeting Regarding: Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan submission (Revised June, 2000), amending the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development and involving Parcels 3, 4 and 10 thereof. Overview: The Aspen Skiing Company (Owner: Snowmass Club Associates) has resubmitted their Phase II Sketch Plan application to amend the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development (PUD). The development proposal concerns Parcels 3 (Club Villas & Villas North), 4 (Snowmass Club) and 10 (Golf Course) of the Snowmass Club PUD. The Phase II application involves: 1) the construction of 21 fractional ownership condominiums averaging 2,400 sq. ft. in size; 2) a general upgrade of the 18-hole golf course; 3) construction of a 7,500 sq. ft. golf and tennis clubhouse with golf cart storage beneath; 4) construction of a permanent indoor tennis facility; 5) reconfiguration of Phase I parking provisions to accommodate their Phase II proposal; 6) upgrade the internal road network and improve pedestrian circulation; and 7) restore and enhance Brush Creek. The application contains two (2) site plan options. Option I shows Brush Creek Road remaining at it's current location and retains an area for a re-oriented softball field in the general area where the current field is located. Option II responds to the 1999 Town Entry Plan proposal involving the relocation of Brush Creek Road and does not include a location for a softball field. The primary purpose of the joint Town Council/Planning Purpose of Commission meeting is to begin the Sketch Plan review Meeting: process with an initial presentation of the application by the applicant. The application is then reviewed in detail by the Planning Commission. Staff comments will be given following the presentation and then public comment may be received. While questions may be posed to the applicant to better understand the development proposal, the joint meeting is not really intended to involve a detailed critique of the project or debate of issues. The applicant would benefit, however, in knowing what additional information would be helpful or what issues will likely be significant and discussed in detail by the Planning Commission. Consistency With While a more detailed analysis and report will be prepared for the actual review of the application by the Planning Comprehensive Commission, it should be noted: Plan: • The northerly portion of Parcel 10 (Golf Course) is located within the Rodeo/ Entry Comprehensively Planned Area (CPA). Elements within this CPA that are intended to be accommodated include: 1) intensification of the recreational uses, including playing fields, pedestrian and bike trails, expanded golf course and a recreation center; 2) intersection improvements; and 3) clear circulation and access. This relates to Option I vs. Option II of the applicant's proposal. • The Environmental Sensitivity Map identifies portions of the project as being within the Brush Creek Impact Zone and those development evaluation standards will apply. • The extension of "Clubhouse Lane" north to Brush Creek Road is currently identified as a possible road relocation on the Transportation Map. • Relocation of the current TOSV Shuttle Stops on Country Club Circle and improving pedestrian trail linkage to both the TOSV and RFTA stops from the Employee Housing and Phase II condominiums will need to be discussed. • Staff will be reviewing the trail plan for Parcels 3, 4 and 10 to evaluate trail linkages with neighboring property trails and complexes, coordination with transit facilities, access to the employee housing, and connection with the golf, tennis, and club facilities. • The Comprehensive Plan contains an analysis of future buildout for individual parcels within the Town. Reference was made during the review of Phase I that sixty (60) /qo? '. future residential units were allocated to the "Snowmass Lodge & Club (Par. 4)". Discussion needs to occur, however, regarding the fact that the twelve (12) condominium units proposed to be located adjacent to Villas North are located within Parcel 3 of the Snowmass Club PUD. The applicable portion of the Buildout Analysis Chart has been enclosed for reference during staff comments. Staffs view is that the defined zoning parameters within the PUD should dictate the number of units allowed, not the Comprehensive Plan Consistency With . Parcel 3 presently contains the Country Club Villas (78 Existing units including 8 restricted units) and the Villas North Snowmass Club employee housing project (32 restricted units), totaling 110 PUD: units. The Snowmass Club PUD specifies that amount as the maximum number permitted within that parcel. That parcel also has a maximum building height of thirty-nine (39) measured from natural grade. The additional twelve (12) units and height of the proposed buildings are not permitted by the original PUD and will necessitate amending those zoning parameters within Parcel 3. The building height shown is 44 feet for the residential building in Parcel 4, but two roof pitches exceed the 44-foot height limit for the penthouse units. The application fails to discuss the effect of displacing the existing parking spaces within Parcel 3, which is heavily used to provide parking for the Fairway Conference Center, when that area is used to locate the twelve (12) condominium units adjacent to Villas North. Adequate required parking for the conference center will need to be provided proximate to the facility. Mitigation Staff disagrees with the applicant's position that the employee Housing: impacts of Phase II will be fully mitigated by virtue of the fact that the original Lodge was fully mitigated in 1981 and that, therefore, Phase II has no further employee housing responsibility to mitigate it's impacts. Town Council Resolution No. 49, Series of 1988 ("Resolution 49"), has been enclosed for reference during staff discussion of this item. Time did not permit the preparation of detailed written comments fully explaining the employee housing / fs / mitigation program first outlined within Ordinance No. 17, Series of 1978 (which included a General Development Plan for parcels owned by The Snowmass Company to be annexed into the Town) and as established in Ordinance No. 8, Series of 1980, which created the Snowmass Club PUD. Basically, the staff recommendation will be based on the following: • The Snowmass Company was permitted to proceed with the development of the Snowmass Club PUD on the basis that a ratio of 130 unrestricted units to 31 restricted units be maintained through the course of developing the PUD. This explains the .2384 factor referred to within Resolution 49. • As shown within Exhibit A of Resolution 49, no specific restricted units were directly associated with any particular phase of the Snowmass Club development. Note that the "Restricted Required @ .2384 U.R." for the Snowmass Club Lodge was seven (7) units. • The seven (7) units were required by the 76 lodge units being constructed in 1981. That was considered to be equal to what would have been the requirement for providing 30.4 condominium units. No requirement was applied to the commercial elements of the Club itself and no employee housing size or type criteria was specified. The developer provided a mix of employee unit sizes and types during the period in which the PUD was being developed. • The term "unit' as it was applied to restricted housing was never defined in terms of size or number of bedrooms. • Resolution 49 indicates that the developer received credit for all units within the PUD that were constructed as restricted units even though some of them were later authorized to be sold as unrestricted units. • Equating what the requirements were over twenty (20) years age to fully mitigate the impacts of development occurring then as being entirely equivalent with the current mitigation standards is not appropriate. Specific restricted units were not constructed in conjunction with the Lodge and neither size or unit mix was ever defined for restricted units as part of the overall restricted housing program applied to the Snowmass Club PUD. • Staff may be able to accept the conclusion reached during Phase I of the current Snowmass Club development that the seven (7) units required in 1981 could be considered as satisfying the requirement at this time for the thirty (30) condominium units approved in Phase I. It does not mitigate the Club itself or Phase II. In fact: 1) twelve (12) of the Phase II condominium units are located within Parcel 3 and were not previously mitigated; 2) the Clubhouse is located within Parcel 10 and was not previously mitigated; and 3) the remaining nine (9) condominium units within Parcel 4 are in addition to the thirty (30) approved and mitigated as being equivalent to the original Lodge in Phase I. • The proposed Golf Clubhouse contains approximately 2,400 square feet of restaurant, bar and kitchen area which should be calculated as "Ski Area Restaurants" rather than "Health Club" as proposed by the applicant. There could be a reduction in the job generation rate applied to the golf cart storage beneath the Clubhouse to less than the "Health Club" rate applied in the Employee Generation Summary Chart submitted by the applicant. • The employee mitigation requirement for Phase II should be calculated in accordance with the new requirements adopted within Ordinance No. 7, Series of 2000. The applicant's summary chart utilizes the provisions that existed prior to adoption of the ordinance. Note: Staff has included a Communique Supplement containing additional notes not contained within this report. Further staff comments will be provided at the meeting. Staff Staff recommends that the joint meeting commence with a Recommendation: presentation by the applicant, then staff comments, questions to staff or applicant by PC or TC members and then accept comments or question from the public. This item will then be referred to the Planning Commission for full review September 20. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch TC PC Memo01 So ' COMMUNIQUE SUPPLEMENT Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan Initial Comments/Issues/Request for Information Use: Phase II Site Plan Option I: a) It would be very helpful to have a site analysis map of the impacted areas more clearly showing the existing topography,vegetation,and other existing conditions. b) All the parcel boundaries within the Snowmass Club PUD need to be clearly shown and labeled on all the drawings. c) The boundary line between parcels 3 and 4 splits the proposed Phase II development,making it difficult to determine if the proposal complies with zoning parameters in both parcels per the original PUD. d) The arrangement of the clubhouse and adjoining parking areas is different on the plan than the exhibits provided in the notebook. Which arrangement is proposed? e) On the west side of the golf course area,"ghost"in the existing conditions on the plan. f) Clearly show the existing fairways, which will be replaced by new fairway#11 and#18. g) Label all the streets clearly, including Horse Ranch Drive. Phase II Site Plan Option II: a) Same comments for Option I apply. b) Show your intended road connection from Brush Creek Road into the clubhouse area,as indicated in your letter,on the drawings. c) Label the planned relocation of Brush Creek Road and Horse Ranch Drive on the Option II plans. Architecture and Landscapine: a) Elevations weren't provided for the tennis structure and center. b) The residential building in Parcel 3 exceeds the height limit of 39 feet. c) We recommend that the buildings be stepped or staggered back on each level from the level below it, especially along the creek side. d) We recommend more stone cladding around all sides of the building equaling to about 50%of the facade,not including window and door areas for improved appearance and durability. e) Indicate how much of the impacted area will be landscaped,percentage-wise. t) Parcel 3 limits building ground coverage to 1.56 acres within the parcel. Please provide an analysis involving Villas North and Club Villas to identify whether this PUD requirement would need to be amended as a result of your development proposal. , �' Natural Resources: a) You need to provide us with the existing and proposed streambed redirection on affected plans. b) Locate the golf course ponds referenced in the narrative description and show how the redirected stream will connect the ponds. c) Retaining walls, as needed,must be constructed of materials, textures and/or colors that relate to the buildings' exterior finishes. Access and Circulation: a) Show all driveway accesses to the underground parking on all drawings. b) Label and show all existing trails on how they connect to the proposed trails. Also indicate the stretch of trails that were recently re-paved(along the south side of Brush Creek Road). c) We recommend walkways integrated with a lush landscape plan design on both sides of the creek leading to another bridge on the north end of the complex. Another trail link needs to be provided from the second pedestrian bridge to the Access Road culvert crossing to the northeast. This would create an attractive amenity feature for the residents of the project and for others using the walk connections. d) Appropriate pedestrian linkages should be provided to the trail on the west side of the Phase I complex, to adjoining parking bays for added convenience,and to nearby streets. e) Create a connecting trail through the complex from the bus stops on Snowmass Club Circle proceeding north to the employee housing area in Parcel 12 for improved safety and convenience of pedestrian wanting to use the transit system. Parkins: a) How will the loss of parking in Parcels 3 and 4 be made up or replaced? We are concerned that the impacted area for Phase I and 2 meet the off-street parking requirements. Show the required and provided parking calculations for the Phase 1 and 2 areas to determine compliance,even though you're providing parking elsewhere. b) One space is required for each bedroom. The 9-unit building requires 36 spaces and the 12-unit building requires 48 spaces. The parking in the underground parking doesn't fulfill these requirements. Timetable: a) What is the specific time frame for the completion of the Phase 2 improvements(condo units,indoor tennis structure, and the adjacent parking)? b) For Phase 3, identify the"remaining golf course improvements." Completion over several years appears to be too long. We like to see a tighter time frame for the completion of those specific items that need to be identified. 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PUB-Public _ - Public -Reuealion -- - -- - Rater to - EV-East - ' -- YVVJ-WOSl NloodbrWge ��y� k9� bnEdaul pMryanb revleed pe,4 I W20/9fl TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 49 SERIES OF 1988 A RESOLUTION CLARIFYING EMPLOYEE HOUSING COMMITMENTS OF THE SNOWMASS CORPORATION AND GRANTING EMPLOYEE HOUSING CREDITS TO THE SNOWMASS CORPORATION WHEREAS, Ordinance 17 , Series of 1978 required the Snowmass Company to provide . 2384 restricted housing units for every one unrestricted unit which received final plat approval from the Town of Snowmass Village; and WHEREAS , between 1978 and 1986 the Snowmass Company received 495. 3 final plat approvals for unrestricted units in Snowmass Village, as more particularly described in Exhibit A attached hereto; and WHEREAS , 45 unrestricted units in Parcel A of the Base Village Planned Unit Development were granted final plat approval by the Town in 1984 but all the provisions of the improvements agreement, adopted with the _final plat, lapsed on or before November 30, '_986 and are therefore Stage VI approval is no longer valid; and WHEREAS , the Snowmass Company has provided or been given credit under the provisions of Ordinance 17 for 166 restricted units, as described in Exhibit A; and WHEREAS , under the provision of Ordinance 17 the Snowmass Company was required to provide a total of 107 restricted units (450. 33 x . 2384 ) 7 ana WHEREAS , the Snowmass Companv provided 59 units in excess of the amount required under the provisions of Ordinance 17 ; and WHEREAS , the Snowmass Corporation, the successor to the Snowmass Company has retained ownership of approximately 28 . 8 acres of land which were subject to Ordinance 17 and after the repeal of Ordinance 17 and the adoption of Ordinance 10 , Series of 1987 are now subject to the provisions of Ordinance 10 ; and WHEREAS , the Snowmass Corporation seeks to have the Town of Snowmass Village grant a credit of 59 restricted units toward the employee housing requirement created by the future development of the five parcels owned by it and any property it may own in the future which is subject to the provisions of Ordinance 10 and Ordinance 11, Series of 1987 , as they may be amended from time to time. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: 0I Section. One: Findings 1. The Snowmass Companv and its successor the Snowmass Corporation are entitled to a credit of 59 restricted units. 2. The credit shall be applicable to only those parcels currently owned by the Snowmass Corporation which have development potential under Ordinance 10 , Series of 1987 , those being Parcels 5, 12 , 19 , 22 , and 30 as more specifically described in Exhibit B attached thereto or any property which the Snowmass Corporation may own in the future. Section Two: Action The Town Council hereby grants a credit of 59 unrestricted units to the Snowmass Corporation to be applied to future yydevelopment of Parcels 5 , 12 , 19 , 22 , and 30 , as specifically identified in ordinance 10, Series of 1987 , and any property it may own in the future. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on this 3rd day of October, '_988 by a vote of to 0 Councilmembers Hooker and Aiken were absent . Town of Snowmass Village /QJIV,L, Richard G. Wall , Mavor ATTEST: am,buo hanm,rnv Amber Harmon, mown Cleric too Exhibit A. Snowmass Corporation Employee Housing Summary Unrestricted Restricted Restricted Final Plat Required @ Constructed or Year Protects Granted . 2384 U.R. by Agreement 1978 Ridge Run IV Lots 41. 0 10. 0 0. 0 <10. 0> Woodrun IV Lots 6. 0 1. 0 0. 0 <11. 0> Parcel N (Enclave) 39 . 0 9 . 0 1. 0 <19 . 0> 1979 Pokolodi 6. 4 2 . 0 0 . 0 <21. 0> Creekside 0 . 0 0. 0 27 . 0 6. 0 1980 Woodrun V Lots 9 . 0 2 . 0 0. 0 4 . 0 Woodrun Townhouse I 21. 0 5. 0 0. 0 <1. 0> Snowmass Club Lots 4 . 0 1. 0 0. 0 (2 . 0> S 'mass Club T.H. I 21. 0 5 . 0 9 . 0 2 . 0 S 'mass Club Villas 1 16. 0 4 . 0 8. 0 6. 0 1961 Woodrun Townhouse I 12 . 0 3 . 0 0. 0 3 . 0 S 'mass Club Lodge 30. 4 7 . 0 0. 0 <4 . 0> S 'mass Club T.H. =I 25 . 0 6 . 0 5 . 0 <5 . 0> S 'mass Club Villas 77 3 . 0 0. 0 <8 . 0> Palisades (25%) 0. 0 0. 0 7 . 0 <1. 0> 1982 Woodrun Townhouse III 12 . 0 3 . 0 0. 0 <4 . 0> Woodrun Place 56. 0 13 . 0 6. 0 <11. 0> S 'mass Club Maint. 0. 0 0. 0 1. 0 <10. 0> 1983 S 'mass Club T.H. 21. 0 5 . 0 0. 0 <15 . 0> III and IV Woodrun V (Chamonix) 29 . 0 7 . 0 3 . 0 <19 . 0> Hougland Ranch 0 . 0 0. 0 1. 0 <18 . 0> Villas North 0. 0 0. 0 32 . 0 14 . 0 i Unrestricted Restricted Restricted Final Plat Required @ Const:: zted cr Year Proiects Granted . 2384 U.R. by Agreement +�- 1984 S 'mass Club T.H. 13 . 0 3 . 0 0. 0 11. 0 III and IV S 'mass Club Villas 42. 0 10. 0 0 . 0 1. 0 III and IV Building L 10. 0 2.0 0. 0 <1. 0> Creekside 0. 0 0. 0 45. 0 44 . 0 Palisades 0. 0 0. 0 21. 0 65. 0 1985 Fox Run 25. 0 6.0 0. 0 59 . 0 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: July 19, 2000 Continued to August 21, 2000 Continued to September 5, 2000 WHERE: Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road, Snowmass Village WHY: To receive public comment regarding the Faraway Ranch Parcel N Affordable Housing Project Preliminary Planned Unit Development Plan, Plat and MF Multi-Family rezoning request. TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. INFO: A copy of the plans and application information is on file and available for review in the Snowmass Village Community Development Department at the above address. For further information call 923-5524. Kaye Gaunt, Planning Commission Secretary Published in the Snowmass Sun on June 14, 2000. Continuation Posted on September 1, 2000. M:\Wpdata\Planning\PhnoticeT=el N Affordable Housing PreliminaryPCNotice0I COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: September 5, 2000 BY: Steve Connor STAFF: Joe Coffey SUBJECT: SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 22, SERIES OF 2000, AMENDING CHAPTER 17 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE, EMPLOYEE HOUSING RESALE REVISIONS OVERVIEW: This is the Second Reading of the Employee Housing Resale Revisions. Steve has made the changes that Council requested at First Reading. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Review changes and approve Ordinance No. 22. p:/shared/derk/manager.xsc/cmq.99/ IY O / TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 22 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 17 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING EMPLOYEE HOUSING RESALE PROCEDURES. WHEREAS, the Town Council requested the Housing Manager to review and suggest revisions to the resale procedures for condominiums and detached single family residence; and WHEREAS, the Housing Manger has made recommendations to the Town Council at several work sessions,; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desires to amend the resale procedures to incorporate the recommendations of the Housing Manager; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Chapter 17 Amended and Restated. The provisions of Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code are amended and restated as follows: Sec. 17-1. Purpose. To effectuate the orderly administration of permanent moderate housing units, the Town Council has determined that reasonable regulations and restrictions are required. It is the intention of the Town Council to ensure that permanent moderate housing units shall be available for purchase and occupancy by qualified individuals at an affordable price. Public funds are being utilized to make the original purchase price of a permanent moderate housing unit affordable, and, therefore, restrictions on the escalation of the value of the unit are required to ensure that the purposes for creation of the housing unit are maintained. Sec. 17-2 Application. The provisions of this Chapter shall apply to and restrict the use, occupancy and sale of all permanent moderate housing units, including without limitation condominium units and houses within the following projects: the Mountain View Permanent Moderate Housing Condominiums, the Creekside Condominiums, the Country Club Townhomes the Country Club Villas and the Crossings at Horse Ranch. Sec. 17-3. Definitions. As used in this Article, the following words shall be construed to have the meanings defined below: 1. Current resale price shall apply to all condominium units in existence on July 22, 1991, until the unit is sold by the owner, at which time the maximum resale price shall apply. Any condominium unit created after July 22, 1991, shall be subject to the maximum resale price. The Current resale price means the owner's purchase price, plus: a. An amount equal to the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the C.P.I.- W, calculated as follows: i. The purchase price of the current owner; ii. Multiplied by the C.P.I.-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner; iii. Divided by the C.P.I.-W last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell. b. The depreciated cost of improvements to the condominium unit which have been paid for by the owner and approved by the Town. 2. House Base price is maintained in the records of the Town. The finishing of the basement shall be added to the base price upon completion to a maximum of the amount shown as standard basement, provided that the completion is in accordance with the description of a house option. 3. House Improvements means any house option which is installed after the issuance of the original certificate of occupancy for the house plus the cost of the deck option, if it was subtracted from the calculation of the base price by the Housing Manager. From the issuance of the original certificate of occupancy, the limitation on the maximum amount of improvements shall escalate as follows: a. To five (5) years, five percent (5%) of the base price; b. To six (6) years, six percent (6%) of the base price; ' (0 01 Or C. To seven (7) years, seven percent (7%) of the base price; d. To eight (8) years, eight percent (8%) of the base price; e. To nine (9) years, nine percent (9%) of the base price; and f. To ten (10) years, ten percent (10%) of the base price. The maximum amount of improvements shall be limited to ten percent (10%) of the base price. An owner shall provide the following information to the Town Clerk with the written notice of intent to sell to substantiate the calculation of the allowable amount of improvements: a. An affidavit of owner setting forth the amounts expended for improvements with receipts attached thereto; b. The certificate of completion issued by the Building Official for the improvements, if required, or if no certificate of completion is required, then a statement from the Building Official that the improvements installed did not require a certificate of completion. 4. House Option means any improvement to a house, which was approved by the Town Council as an option to the basic house design, as set forth in Exhibit "A" to the Horse Ranch Employee Housing Development Agreement entered into by and between the Town and Foresite Capital Facilities Corporation on April 22, 1994, plus automatic sprinkler system, gutter and downspout, permanent landscaping and heat tapes. 5. Housing Unit means a condominium unit or a house that is subject to the provisions of this Chapter. 6. Maximum resale price shall only apply to a housing unit that has been maintained in a clean and orderly condition, normal wear and tear excepted. Maximum resale price means the owner's purchase price: a. Plus, the lesser of an amount equal to the original price plus a three- percent (3.0%) annual increase in the purchase price, prorated from the date of purchase, or an amount equal to the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the C.P.I.- W, calculated as follows: � 3� i. The purchase price of the current owner; ii. Multiplied by the C.P.I.-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner; iii. Divided by the C.P.I.-W last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell. b. Plus, the actual cost of capital improvements performed by the condominium association of the project in which the housing unit is located, paid for by the owner and approved by the Town, not to exceed ten percent (10%) of the owner's purchase price. C. Plus, the cost of installed house improvements. 7. Owner means the fee simple owner of a housing unit. 8. Qualified purchaser means an individual meeting the qualifications for sale and resale of a housing unit as established from time to time by the Town Manager, taking into consideration employment, income, net worth and any other criteria established by the Town Manager to determine eligibility for purchase of a housing unit. 9. Resale fee means an amount equal to one percent (1%) of the selling price of a condominium unit to a maximum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00), and one-half of one percent (.5%) of the purchase price of a house to a maximum of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00). Sec. 17-4. Resale procedure. a. Notice to Sell and Resale Fee Deposit. The owner shall file a written notice of intent to sell with the Housing Manager. The Housing Manager shall determine the maximum resale price or the current resale price for the condominium unit if applicable, collect one-half ('/:) of the resale fee based upon the higher of the maximum resale price or the current resale price. A notice of the availability of the condominium unit or the house for purchase by a qualified purchaser shall be published in the Snowmass Village Sun once a week for the next four (4) consecutive weeks. b. Snowmass Village Employee Priority. For thirty (30) days from the date of filing of the notice of intent to sell, qualified purchasers who are employed on a full-time basis in the Town shall have the first opportunity to purchase the 6Y- condominium unit or house. At the end of the thirty-day period, the Housing Manager shall prioritize all qualified purchasers who have submitted a qualification letter from a lending institution stating that they have been pre- qualified to obtain a mortgage for not less than the amount of the purchase price to be financed and a verification of deposit of funds for the balance of the purchase price. c. Prioritization of Qualified Purchaser. The priority for each qualified purchaser shall be determined by full-time employment history as follows: L Category 1. Greater than fifteen (15) years. ii. Category 2. Greater than ten (10) years to fifteen (15) years. iii. Category 3. Greater than five (5) years to ten (10) years. iv. Category 4. Greater than one (1) year to five (5) years. Within each category, priority shall be determined by lot. Further prioritization shall be determined for Snowmass Village employees only, as follows: a. an existing Owner of one (1) year or greater in the project in which the condominium unit or house is located, shall be designated the first priority qualified purchaser, irrespective of full-time employment history; or b. for a three (3) bedroom condominium unit or a house, a single parent with a minor dependent child who resides with the parent for a minimum of one hundred eighty-three (183) days each calendar year or two (2) or more persons shall be designated the first priority qualified purchaser, irrespective of full-time employment history, after a person granted priority under the provisions of subparagraph (a); and c. In the event multiple qualified purchasers are confirmed under subparagraph (a) or (b), then the priority shall be determined by full-time employment history, and then by lot, if necessary. d. Contract and Sale Procedure. The first priority qualified purchaser shall have seven (7) days to enter into a contract with the owner for purchase of the housing unit. In the event that a contract is not timely entered into then the next priority qualified purchaser shall have seven (7) days to enter into a contract with the owner for purchase of the condominium unit or house, and so on until a sale occurs. The owner may not reject an offer from a qualified purchaser that is for 5Afp� the maximum resale price or the current resale price, as the case may be, unless other terms and conditions of the offer are unreasonable. Thereafter, if the condominium unit or house has not been sold, the owner may list it for sale with a real estate broker, or negotiate a contract for its sale provided that the owner shall notify all prospective purchasers that they must be confirmed to be a qualified purchaser by the Housing Manager. e. Advertise Housing Unit for Sale. The owner shall advertise the housing unit for sale by the placement of a "for sale" sign meeting the requirements of Chapter 16A of this Code at a conspicuous location. f. Confirmation of Qualification. At the closing of the sale, the Housing Manager shall confirm: L The status of the qualified purchaser to purchase the housing unit or house; ii. That the purchase price does not exceed the maximum resale price or the current resale price, as the case may be; and iii. That the owner has paid the balance of the resale fee to the Town. Sec. 17-5. Mandatory resale. If the principal place of residence of the owner is not maintained at the housing unit, then the owner shall immediately offer the housing unit for sale in accordance with the provisions of Section 17-4. For purposes of this section, principal place of residence requires the owner to be in physical residence in the housing unit for a minimum of eight (8) months each calendar year. Sec. 17-6. Nonqualified purchaser. In the event that a purchaser who is not a qualified purchaser takes title to a housing unit, then such purchaser shall immediately: a. Mandatory sale. Place the housing unit for sale in accordance with the provisions of Section 17-4, provided that the maximum resale price shall be the lesser of the actual purchase price paid by the nonqualified purchaser or the maximum resale price; and b. Mandatory rental. Rent the housing unit to a Town or County employee, subject to the approval of the Town Manager pending the sale of the housing unit. In no event shall the nonqualifying purchaser reside in the housing unit or obtain any use or enjoyment from the housing unit. �6 ' Sec. 17-7. Rental. a. No owner may rent all or a portion of a housing unit without the prior express written approval of the Town Council. b. With the approval of the Town Council, a homeowner may rent the entire housing unit. The maximum rent for any approved lease may not exceed the monthly expenses for costs of principal and interest payments, taxes, property insurance, assessments and utilities, plus an additional amount not to exceed twenty dollars ($20.00) per month. If no mortgage exists against the housing unit, then the rental rate shall not exceed the monthly expense plus a reasonable amount approved by the Town Council. A security deposit in a reasonable amount which is refundable in accordance with the laws of the State may be deposited by the tenant. No short-term rentals will be allowed, and the total rental for a calendar year shall be limited to a maximum of six (6) months. c. Without the approval of the Town Council, the owner of a housing unit of at least two (2) bedrooms may rent one (1) bedroom to a maximum of two (2) people. Provided, however, the owner occupant must reside in the housing unit at all times, must occupy a bedroom in the housing unit and must receive prior approval for any such rental from the association in which the housing unit exists. d. Where there exists a conflict between any limitation or requirement in this Code and any limitation or requirement contained in any applicable protective covenant, deed restriction, condominium declaration, homeowners or condominium association bylaws or rules and regulations, as the same may be adopted or amended from time to time, the more restrictive limitation or requirement shall prevail. Sec. 17-8. No guaranty or warranty. No guaranty or warranty is made by the Town that an owner may be able to: a. Resell a housing unit; b. Resell a housing unit at the maximum resale price; c. Rent a housing unit; or d. Rent a housing unit without incurring monetary loss. X61 ' Sec. 17-9. Exempt transactions. A transfer by operation of law, by will or inheritance, by a public trustee deed or a sheriffs deed pursuant to a foreclosure sale shall be exempt from the the procedures set forth in Section 17-4, provided written notice shall be provided to the Housing Manager providing information to support that an exempt transaction has occurred. Sec. 17-10. Release of restrictions. To induce lending institutions to finance housing units, the Town Manager is authorized to enter into agreements with lending institutions which allow for the release of a housing unit from the application of the provisions of this Chapter in the event of a foreclosure of a first priority deed of trust or mortgage securing a loan. Any such agreement shall provide that: a. The Town shall have an option to purchase the housing unit for the price which would be paid by the redeeming owner in the foreclosure; b. The option to purchase period shall commence upon the end of the last redemption period of the foreclosure and shall continue for a period not less than ten (10) days; and c. The release of the housing unit from the applicability of this Chapter shall occur only after the expiration of the option to purchase period. Sec. 17-11. Remedies of the Town. The Town expressly reserves all remedies provided by law for breach of these restrictions. a. Transfer void. In the event a housing unit is sold and conveyed without compliance herewith, such sale shall be wholly null and void and shall confer no title whatsoever upon the purported purchaser. Each and every conveyance of the property, for all purposes, shall be deemed to include and incorporate by this reference the covenants herein contained, even without reference herein to this agreement. b. Failure to cure breach. In the event the owner fails to cure any breach, the Town may resort to legal action, including, but not limited to specific performance of these restrictions or a mandatory injunction requiring sale of the property by the owner. The costs of such sale shall be taxed against the proceeds of the sale with the balance being paid to the owner. c. Housing unit price freeze. In the event of a breach of any of the terms or conditions hereby of the owner or the transfer of a housing unit to a nonqualified transferee, the original purchase price of the housing unit shall upon the date of such breach or transfer automatically cease to increase and shall remain fixed until the date of cure of said breach or disqualification. 2. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on August 7, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member Hatfield, the second of Council Member Costello, and upon a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on September 5, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and _against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk r �pa � COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: September 5, 2000 Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Subject: Second 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: Approve Second Reading of the Ordinance. P:/shared/alerk/manager.xsc/2000cmyord00-23 76 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. / / I /� / / 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 21st day of August, 2000 with a motion made by Council Member Mercatoris and seconded by Council Member Hatfield and by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Brady was absent. Ord. 00-23 Page 3 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 5th day of September, 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 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE By: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk � 3 ' TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: September 5, 2000 Presented By: Stephen R. Connor, Town Attorney Subject: RTA IGA Overview: Resolution No. 21, Series of 2000 authorizes the entrance into the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement. The final format of the IGA has been approved by the RTA Policy Committee and has been recommended for adoption by the City of Aspen, Town of Basalt, Town of Carbondale, Eagle County, Garfield County, City of Glenwood Springs, Pitkin County and the Town Council. The IGA must be approved by the Town Council to authorize the electorate to approve the formation of the RTA at the November general election. Recommendation: Adopt Resolution No. 21, Series of 2000 / lei TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 21 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ENTRANCE INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE FORMATION OF A THE ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, A RURAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY. WHEREAS, the Town is authorized to enter into intergovernmental agreements in accordance with the terms and conditions of Section 1.4 of Article I of the Home Rule Charter; and WHEREAS, the Town and the City of Aspen, Town of Basalt, Town of Carbondale, Eagle County, Garfield County, City of Glenwood Springs and Pitkin County are authorized to propose the creation of a rural transportation authority in accordance with the provisions of Section 43-4-601 et. sec. C.R.S., the Colorado Rural Transportation Authority Law; and WHEREAS, members of the Town Council and the Town Staff have participated in discussions concerning the need for a regional transportation authority with City of Aspen, Town of Basalt, Town of Carbondale, Eagle County, Garfield County, City of Glenwood Springs and Pitkin County; and WHEREAS, through the cooperative efforts of the Town Council and the City of Aspen, Town of Basalt, Town of Carbondale, Eagle County, Garfield County, City of Glenwood Springs and Pitkin County and their respective staffs, the format of an agreement has been prepared and endorsed for adoption; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the entrance into an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Aspen, Town of Basalt, Town of Carbondale, Eagle County, Garfield County, City of Glenwood Springs and Pitkin County accomplishes a more efficient use of governmental resources which will enable, among other things, regional funding, planning and provision of transportation services; 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. 07 fsop I Res 00-21 Page 2 NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Approval of Aareement. The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement dated September 12, 2000, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit "A", and incorporated herein by this reference, is hereby approved on behalf of the Town. 2. Direction to Town Manager. The Town Manager is hereby authorized to execute the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement dated September 12, 2000 on behalf of the Town. The Town Manager is further authorized and directed to take such actions as are necessary and proper to carry out the intention of the Agreement. 3. Direction to Town Clerk. The Town Clerk is hereby directed to obtain an fully executed copy of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement dated September 12, 2000 and to maintain such copy in the permanent records of the Town. 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. Res 00-21 Page 3 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 5th day of September, 2000, upon the motion of Council Member , the second of Council Member and approved by a vote of_in favor and _opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE By: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Exhibit "A" Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement dated September 12, 2000 -7 ? ' YES. 00-21 >d,EDit "A" ?age 1 of 71 As agreed to at 8/24/00 RTA Policy Committee meeting 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 12, 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. ? goop� 02-67662.11 !E--. QO-21 vxizibit 11-VI page 2 of 71 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS Section 1.01. Definitions from the ActO.................................................................................2 Section 1.02. Other Definit ions..............................................................................................2 ARTICLE II ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AUTHORITY AND INITIAL MEMBERS Section2.01. Establishment ...................................................................................................5 Section2.02. Purpose.............................................................................................................5 Section2.03. Boundaries........................................................................................................6 Section 2.04. Voter Approval.................................................................................................6 Section 2.05. Initial Members.................................................................................................7 Section 2.06. City of Aspen Visitor Benefits Tax Elect ion....................................................7 ARTICLE III BOARD OF DIRECTORS Section 3.01. Establishment and Powers................................................................................7 Section3.02. Directors ...........................................................................................................8 Section 3.03. Alternate Directors ...........................................................................................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 Section 3.08. Compensation...................................................................................................8 Section 3.09. Resolutions and Voting ....................................................................................8 Section 3.10. Special Rules Regarding Adoption of the Authority's Annual Budget............9 Section 3.11. Powers of the Board .........................................................................................9 Section 3.12. Bylaws and Rules.............................................................................................9 Section 3.13. Additional Directors.........................................................................................9 ARTICLE IV ADVISORY COMMITTEES.........................................................................................................9 ARTICLE V OFFICERS Section5.01. Generally.............................................-/..........................................................10 02-67662.11 / � ' P S 00-21 Exhibit ",a" Page 3 of 71 Section5.02. Chair...............................................................................................................10 Section5.03. Vice Chair.......................................................................................................10 Section5.04. Secretary.........................................................................................................10 Section5.05. Treasurer.........................................................................................................1 l 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........................................................................................................1 l Section 5.10. Compensation.................................................................................................11 ARTICLE VI POWERS OF THE AUTHORITY Section 6.01. General Grant of Powers................................................................................I 1 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...................................................................15 Section 7.03. Visitor Benefit Tax.........................................................................................15 Section 7.04. Discretionary Member Contributions.............................................................15 Section 7.05. Mitigation of Development Impacts...............................................................16 Section 7.06. Pursuit of Grants.............................................................................................16 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........................................................................................16 Section 8.02. Reorganization of RFTA................................................................................17 Section 8.03. Reorganization ofRFRHA.............................................................................18 Section 8.04. Maintenance of Eff ort.....................................................................................18 Section 8.05. Aspen Local Service.......................................................................................19 ARTICLE D( MEMBERS Section 9.01. Initial Members...............................................................................................19 Section 9.02. Withdrawal of Initial Members......................................................................19 02-67662.11 ii ' �O " S 00-21 ::chibit Page 4 of 71 Section 9.03. Additional Members.......................................................................................20 ARTICLE X TERM AND DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS UPON TERMINATION Section 10.01. Effective Date.................................................................................................21 Section 10.02. Termination ....................................................................................................21 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..................................................................................22 Section 12.02. Amendments to Boundaries............................................................................22 Section 12.03. Modification of Appendices B-1 through B-6................................................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............................................................................................................22 Section13.05. Assignment.....................................................................................................23 Section13.06. Severability.....................................................................................................23 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-1 PITKIN COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION APPENDIX B-2 GLENWOOD SPRINGS BALLOT QUESTION 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 SERVICE GOALS APPENDIX D CREDITS TO PITKIN COUNTY WITH RESPECT TO OUTSTANDING PITKIN COUNTY BONDS PAYABLE FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES TAXES 02-67662.11 iii �� ' MS oo-z1 X:=i 1 t A sage 5 of 71 APPENDIX E RATIONALE FOR DIFFERENT FUNDING LEVELS FROM DIFFERENT AREAS APPENDIX F INITIAL CAPITAL PROGRAM APPENDIX G INVENTORY OF RFTA ASSETS 02-67662.11 iv ' , e 6 of 71 ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT THIS ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is entered into as of September 12, 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 Intergovernmental 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 � g 3'' 0267662.11 :>s ce-zl ?age 7 of 71 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, specialized transportation services promote independent living for the frail, elderly and the disabled by providing essential links to a variety of medical, social and other services, and the region recognizes the need to improve mobility options for this growing segment of the population; 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. iSrq 02-67662.11 2 :. 00-21 71 "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. "Agreement" means this Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement, as amended from time to time in accordance with the terns 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 designated 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 tern 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 Investment Study/Environmental Impact Statement. "Denver Rio Grande Right-of-Way" means the 34-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 term "Director" shall mean the Alternate Director, if any, appointed by such Member pursuant to Section 3.03 hereof. 02-67662.11 3 ' ?' of 71 "Division of Local Government" means the Division of Local Government in the State Department of Local Affairs. "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 9.03 hereof. "Office?" 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 Taxes" means (a) the sales tax levied by Pitkin County pursuant to Resolution No. 83-29, 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 amended through the date hereof; and (b) the sales tax levied by Pitkin County pursuant to Resolution No. 93-149, as such resolution has been amended through the date hereof. "RFTA" is defined in the Recitals hereto. "RFRHA" means the Roaring Fork 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. 02-67662.11 4 ' �� / 7e IC of 7'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. "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 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 02-67662.11 5 I $ � top ?�;re 11 of 71 Basalt, by executing this Agreement, consents to the inclusion of territory within the Town of 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 Question 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. 02-67662.11 6 '' ' ._,e 12 of 71 (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. 19 / 02-67662.11 7 .moo QC-3� '2z;e '_3 of 71 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)(I) 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 02-67662.11 8 0000 #0 woow� c t ?age 1•i of 71 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 0257662.11 9 r_' er I - ?age 15 of 71 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 wan-ants 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 additional authority, powers and duties as are appropriate 02-62662.11 10 ' n1 � vin of 71 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 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; 02-67662.11 11 ' ^sS OC••21 ?age 17 or 71 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12, 2000 ATTEST: TOWN OF BASALT, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 25 ' ��/ Page 13 of 71 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: TOWN OF CARBONDALE, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 26 tae -)f 71 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: EAGLE COUNTY, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 27 ' 96 cue 20 of 71 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: GARFIELD COUNTY, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 28 CC 21 d°a0it 2_-Cj2 2'. OT 71 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: CITY OF GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.1 i 29 00000' � $ ASO ?age 22 of 71 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 30 �` ?Nce 2- ac 71 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 31 too 3s.;e 24 of 71 AGREEMENT OF ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY The Roaring Fork Transit Agency hereby agrees to the provisions of Sections 8.01, 8.02 and 8.04 of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement dated as of September 12, 2000. ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY By r0 ' 02-62662.11 32 ? ae 25 of 71 AGREEMENT OF ROARING FORK RAILROAD HOLDING AUTHORITY The Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority hereby agrees to the provisions of Sections 8.01, 8.03 and 8.04 of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement dated as of September 12, 2000. ROARING FORK RAILROAD HOLDING AUTHORITY By swoop 02-67662.11 33 _. S 00-21 ?a-,e Z5 of 71 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. /03 02-67662.11 34 ' 2 27 71 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, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND EAGLE AND GARFIELD COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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 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? / /to vow oz�7c6z.i i 35 .it,':Milt iiaa ?Gge 2J o1 71 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 WITH GLENWOOD SPRINGS AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN, GARFIELD AND EAGLE COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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 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? /O 02-67662.11 36 ^a ' 2: of 71 APPENDIX B-3 CARBONDALE BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") TAXES LEVIED IN THE TOWN OF CARBONDALE BE INCREASED S (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE, NET OF ANY CONSTITUTIONALLY REQUIRED TAX CUTS) BY A 0.4% (FOUR CENTS ON EACH S10 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 WITH CARBONDALE AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS AND PITKIN, GARFIELD AND EAGLE COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 TAXES, 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS 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 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? op /ob - 02-67662.11 37 7­ -arjc 30 of 71 APPENDIX B4 UNINCORPORATED GARFIELD COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") TAXES LEVIED IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF GARFIELD COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS I 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 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 WITH GARFIELD COUNTY AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN AND EAGLE COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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 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? 02-67662.11 38 00-2'_ J1 of 7:. APPENDIX B-5 BASALT BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") TAXES LEVIED IN THE TOWN OF BASALT BE INCREASED $ (FIRST FULL FISCAL 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 WITH BASALT AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN, GARFIELD AND EAGLE COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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 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? / /d V 02-67662.11 39 0C-21 � "At ;•e 2 o 71 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 WITH EAGLE COUNTY AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN AND GARFIELD COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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 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? woo- 02-67662.11 40 F:lS oe-2 ?eke 33 0 71 APPENDIX C REGIONAL TRANSIT SERVICE GOALS 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. 2. Trunk service up the Brush Creek Road corridor. 3. Trunk service on Highway 133 at the current locations. 4. New service will be provided between Rifle and Glenwood Springs on weekdays 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. 6. 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 to 18 months from date the Authority is formed. As such, the service improvements may begin prior to full transition of RFTA to the Authority. / / oa-- 02-67662.11 41 ...mil Jl^i•••''y 34 71 APPENDIX D CREDITS TO PITKIN COUNTY WITH RESPECT TO OUTSTANDING PITKIN COUNTY BONDS PAYABLE FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES 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 —► 02-67662.11 42 n73 0v-21 ¢.0 ZZ-1 Lt)_- APPENDIX E RATIONALE FOR DIFFERENT FUNDING LEVELS FROM DIFFERENT AREAS 1. 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 Eagle County tax rates in unincorporated Eagle County and the combined Authority, Eagle County and Pitkin County tax rates in the Town of Basalt) is based on the cost of providing regional transit to unincorporated Eagle County and the Town of Basalt. 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-valley jurisdictions. 000- / / 42 02-62662.11 43 °S 00-31 ?a 2 3; of 71 (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. .-* r� 3 - 0257662.11 44 I ij (j APPENDIX F m � 0 wr•. o INITIAL CAPITAL PROGRAM r; J ` 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 S 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 S2,100,000 $ 2,100,000 UP VALLEY MAINTENANCE FACILITY UPGRADE I S 700,000 $ 700,000 PARK&RIDE FACILITY HIGHWAY 82 OR 133 1 $ 500,000 $ 500,000 PARK&RIDE FACILITY I-70 1 S 500,000 $ 500,000 EMPLOYEE HOUSING SUBSIDIZED UNITS I S3,000,000 $ 3,000,000 EQUIPMENTNEHICLES SNOWPLOWS/MAINTENANCE N/A $ 500,000 $ 500,000 VEHICLES BUS STOP IMPROVEMENTS HIGHWAY 82 EL IEBEL-GLENWOOD) 20 $ 25,000 S 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 S(1,100,000) $ 11,000,000 Section 2. ESTIMATED NET BOND N/A N/A N/A $ 11,100,000 q%p I PROCEEDS REQUIRED 1 02-67662.(( 45 APPENDIX G (U F' p ' C INVENTORY OF RFTA ASSETS < rt iv U SUMMARY CATEGORY COST OUTDOOR & RECREATION $ 197,376 IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL & TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT $ 795,770 VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIPMENT $ 18,268,526 WORK AND SERVICE EQUIPMENT $ 493,281 GRAND TOTAL $ 19,754,953 INVENTORY RFTA FIXED ASSET LIST TAG# DEPT NAME FUND CT FIA# A FIA TITLE CATEGORY DESCRIPTION COST 1 C 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 (467.94) 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 FACILITIES _ 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 FACILITIES 545400 RFTA 800 24 040 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV 6 BUS SHELTERS 25,110.00 FACILITIES 767400 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR & RECR IMPROV PNR/BR CK&82 9,175.00 FACILITIES 767401 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV PNR/EL JEBEL 18,483.44 FACILITIES 767402 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV CITY BUS STOP 6,940.00 FACILITIES 767403 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV PNR/COWAN CENTER 6,090.00 FACILITIES 767404 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR & RECR IMPROV PNR/AIRPORT 2,950.00 FACILITIES 02-67662.11 46 115100 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHT&POLE 965.00 ILIGHTING v 115101 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT LIGHTING 774.00 F 545500 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHT & 1,200.00 LIGHTING POLE/LAZY GLEN 545600 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS / ASPEN 8,000.00 ii LIGHTING JUNCTION 573800 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS AABC 3,945.00 LIGHTING 1031300 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS&POLES 2,500.00 LIGHTING - OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV Total 197,376.32 766900 RFTA 800 26 110 PHOTO TAKING SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP CAMCORDER 799.98 EQUIP 1031000 RFTA 800 26 110 PHOTO TAKING SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP DELUXE 4 SHOT CAMERA 908.94 io EQUIP 124800 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 400 COMMUNIC 8 SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PA SYSTEM 1,055.19 AUDIO EQUIP O 711050 RFTA 800 26 401 SECURITY SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP SECURITY SURVELLANCE 9,725.00 ALARM SYSTEM 767500 RFTA 800 26 401 SECURITY SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP RUBEY PARK 4,314.89 ALARM SYSTEM 465901 RFTA 800 26 410 RADIO SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP RADIO REPEATER 3,000.00 COMMUNTC EQUIP 574500 RFTA 800 26 410 RADIO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 12 YR TRUCK SYSTEM 139,535.00 COMMUNTC LEASE EQUIP 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 POLICE 2,963.50 127500 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO - FOR POLICE 2,963.50 127600 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO - FOR POLICE 2,963.50 712750 RFTA 800 26j414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO 652.60 02-67662.11 47 i L 712800 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO 652.60 c 0 i 712850 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO 652.60 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 r RADIO d 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 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE 2,932.09 m 125200 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE 2,932.09 0 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 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE 2,932.09 125800 RFTA 800 26 415 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 26 415 MOBILE 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 2,932.09 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 0267662.11 48 JEEP 3,156.45 127100 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE RADIO 2,714.48 127200 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE RADIO 2,714.48 127300 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE RADIO 2,714.48 292500 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 r v 292600 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 x 292700 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 292800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 292900 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 C .n 464800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1,174.88 U tT 468400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1,344.13 468500 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1,344.13 468600 RFTA 800 26 415 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 8001 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 02-67662.11 49 719300 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 0 719400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 N 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 r. 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 `y 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 m _ .o 720100 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 n 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 NO 1030900 RFTA — 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC 100 A5 UHF 442.01 MOBILE CONV 930000 RFTA 800 26 426 TAPE RECORDER SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MICROCASSETTE 0.00 RECORDER 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 SYSTEM 768401 RFTA 8061 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PHONE SYSTEM - RUBY 1,890.89 02-61662.11 50 J _ PARK 768402 RFTA 800 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP VOICE MAIL SYSTEM _2,759.00 768403 RFTA 800 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PHONE SYSTEM EXPANSION ti 2,818.00 573900 RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP TWINHEAD NOTEBOOK 5,506.00 PERSONAL COMPUTER 166T2 574100 RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-PENTIUM P5-166 2,324.00 PERSONAL CY 574200 RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-PENTIUM P5-166 2,324.00 c~* PERSONAL 1031800 RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PENTIUM 120 2,184.00 PERSONAL 154100 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAINT MGMT INFORMATION 122.86 SYSTEMS Q 178500 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC BASED MAINTENANCE 19,726.83 SYSTEMS ;> 178501 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC BASED MAINTENANCE 3,840.84 SYSTEMS u M 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 W/CASE EQUIPMENT 1,397.99 120800 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E3200 350 CD ROM EQUIPMENT 1,610.00 120900 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-SOLO 9100 S5 EQUIPMENT PORTABLE 4,085.00 121000 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER NEQUIPMENT 1,581.00 121100 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,853.00 0 121200 RFTA 800 26 610 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 EQUIPMENT 1,853.00 121400 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,853.00 121500 RFTA 800 26161 0 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,853.00 121600 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,761.00 121700 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,761.00 121800 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,761.00 121900 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER 02-67662.1 51 EQUIPMENT 1,761.00 ; 122000 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,761.00 ° 122100 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,761.00 736302 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PENTIUM 120 FILESERVER 3,131.00 EQUIPMENT 32MB RAM t7 736600 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAINT NETWORK 7,557.65 Yr EQUIPMENT ENHANCEMENT v 736601 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP NETWORK ENHANCEMENT 2,331.75 + EQUIPMENT 736602 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP NETWORK ENHANCEMENT 6,544.00 y EQUIPMENT 736603 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP LASER SCANNER 711.50 'j EQUIPMENT 9) 736605 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP TMT BARCODE MODULE 1,898.00 m EQUIPMENT 120500 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 4000TN LASERJET p PRINTERS 1,487.00 ^ 120600 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP COLOR 1520 INKJET PRINTERS 715.00 293400 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HP LASERJET 1,989.74 PRINTERS 736604 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP DMX 400 THERMAL PRINTER 1,895.75 PRINTERS 768000 768000 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HP 4 SIMX PRINTER 4,258.00 PRINTERS 768001 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 8MB RAMAP 4PRINTER 450.00 PRINTERS N 768100 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP CANON BUBBLE JET 310.89 PRINTERS PRINTER 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 VEHICLES 544300 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 95 LEGACY WAGON 16,170.00 VEHICLES 718400 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 SUPREME CUTAWAY VAN 37,612.50 VEHICLES 718401 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP HEADSIGN 3,646.24 VEHICLES 718500 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 SUPREME CUTAWAY VAN 37,612.50 VEHICLES 718501 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP HEADSIGN 3,646.24 VEHICLES 02-62602.11 52 a 718502 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP ELECTRONIC HEADSIGN 4,461.66 li VEHICLES 767200 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (46) ELECTRONIC 128,808.39 VEHICLES HEADSIGNS 544000 RFTA 800 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 95 CANDIDATE DIAL A RIDE 43,995.00 573500 RFTA 800 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 98 SENATOR-DIAL A RIDE 59,743.00 ,r 573600 RFTA 800 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 98 SENATOR-DIAL A RIDE 59,743.00 r rr 115400 RFTA 800 23 020 TURTLETOP VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 85 TURTLETOP 36,506.48 = 896803 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.63 13632 735000 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,723.06 P 13632 ro 735100 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.12 P 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 r 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 13632 ` 735700 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.11 `v 13632 735800 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.11 N 13632 735900 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.11 13632 _ 736000 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.11 13632 896900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 066 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149,197.73 13633 896903 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 066 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13633 897000 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 067 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149,197.73 13634 897003 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 067 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13634 897100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 068 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149,197.76 13635 02-67662.11 53 897103 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 068 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 } 13635 _ r 60M RFTA-PITCO 800 23 069 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149,197.73 13636 897203 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 069 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13636 512700 RFTA-CITY 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 DODGE PICKUP 0.00 i OF ASPEN 128000 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1998 CHEROKEE-C4 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 n BRAKE m 573400 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 97 JEEP CHEROKEE -C3 19,870.00 A n 616900 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP S-10 BLAZER 14,110.00 is 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 BOX 711250 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 4X4 SUPER CAB W/TOOL 12,470.00 1 BOX 154300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 183 GMC VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 85 FLATBED WITH 42,882.12 ` SPREADER N 154500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 184 POWER VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP POWER SWEEPER W/HIGH 15,829.21 SWEEPER I_' 466500 RFTA 800 23 187 DODGE VAN VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 90 B-350 WHITE VAN 18,002.50 f 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 970000 RFTA-PITCO 600 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 02-67662.11 54 962800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 0 962900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 iJ I-' 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 Y;. 963200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.77 rr 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 ru 965600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.93 J 965700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 549.92 J 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 FAREBOXES 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 `v FAREBOXES 712300 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP (3) FARE BOX W/SELF LOCK 1,849.57 1_ 717900 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (6)FARE BOXES 7,215.92 718600 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (6)FARE BOX 7,291.85 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 02-67662.11 55 964800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 0 964900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 ° N 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 u r• rr 965300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 ya 965400 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 966600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 m 966700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 p ri 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 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 ` 967200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 N` 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 967600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 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 02-67662.11 - 56 968200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 n 968300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 N 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 Y•_ 968600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 r rt 968700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 y 128300 RFTA 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP CASHBOX ASS4-RECEIVER 9,514.16 718000 RFTA 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP (12)VAULT-SLATE GRAY 2,243.98 m 718700 RFTA 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (12)VAULTS-SLATE GRAY 2,267.95 p 115300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 395 DESTINATION VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (32) DESTINATION SIGN 5,277.32 _ SIGN 157700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1985 AUDIT COST 100.00 i 971101 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP RELATED BUS ACQUISITION 9,713.85 122200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1999 ARTICULATED BUS 378,353.00 1 122300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1999 ARTICULATED BUS w ' 378,353.00 !v 122400 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 122900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 251,708.00 123000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 123100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER _ 251,708.00 123200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 123300 RFTA 800 23 400 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 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 123600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 251,708.00 02-67662.11 57 123700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SPARE POWER PLANT in 54,287.00 123800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 12 251,708.00 � 3900 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 C' 251,708.00 124100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER ' 251,708.00 r 124200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 y 124300 RFTA 800 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 m _ 251,708.00 124600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER o 251,708.00 `^ 128100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 1985 ARTICULATED BUS 55,000.00 J 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 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP METROLINER COACH 125,386.03 V 466800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155,000.00 466900 RFTA 800 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 02.67662.11 58 `7 467600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155,000.00 L v 467700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155,000.00 ° nO 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 VILLAGER _ b, 468902 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BOND COSTS ON NEW 26,894.52 w rt 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 111,27135 469100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 30'TRANSIT BUS 111,271.35 r 70 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 0 529500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP LEASE/PURCHSE 856.00 METROLINERS 543500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.04 ' CAMBRIA#320 543600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.00 CAMBRIA#319 543700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.00 CAMBRIA#318 N 543800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.00 CAMBRIA#317 543900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.00 CAMBRIA#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 02-67662.11 59 735301 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 c 735401 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 N 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 LI J 735701 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 Y ct 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 c, 748900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP GALENA ST SHUTTLE 47,227.45 749000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP GALENA ST SHUTTLE 47,227.46 v ra 768500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON FIBER 328,545.17 W/FAREBOX 768600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON FIBER 328,545.17 ' W/FAREBOX 768700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON FIBER 328,545.17 W/FAREBOX 768701 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP CARBON FIBER SPARE 40,000.00 POWER PLANT N 768800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278,559.17 W/HEADSIGN 768900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278,559.17 W/HEADSIGN 769000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278,559.17 W/HEADSIGN 769100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278,559.17 W/HEADSIGN 769200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,174.17 W/HEADSIGN 769300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,174.17 W/HEADSIGN 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 02-67662.11 60 769800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER W/FAREBOX 236,762.17 ; _ o 769900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER W/FAREBOX 236,762.17 ° N h' 770000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 W/HEADSIGN 770100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 << W/HEADSIGN Z+' 770200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 C' W/HEADSIGN rr 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/HEADSIGN 770500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 W/HEADSIGN 770600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 'f)) _ W/HEADSIGN 770700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 W/HEADSIGN 770800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.16 W/HEADSIGN 770900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.16 J W/HEADSIGN 771000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.16 111 W/HEADSIGN 970100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 501 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 _ 13497 BUS 970101 RFTA-PITCO 800 23,501 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 970200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 502 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13498 BUS 1 970201 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 502 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13498 970202 RFTA 800 23 502 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13498 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 13,500 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 02-62662.11 61 970402 RFTA 800 23 504 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 '0 13501 0 970500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 505 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 i 13505 BUS ; 970501 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 505 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13505 970502 RFTA 800 23 505 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 J 13505 970600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 506 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13502 BUS 970601 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 506 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13502 970602 RFTA 800 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 14605.60 13499 BUS z' 970701 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 507 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 0 13499 970702 RFTA 800 23 507 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13499 970800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 508 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13495 BUS ` 970801 RFTA-PITCO 0 23 508 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 80 13495 970802 RFTA 800 23 508 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13495 970900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13504 BUS 970901 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES &MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13504 970902 RFTA 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13504 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 2,348.64 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 18,268,526.46 115000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 004 PAINT SPRAYER WORK &SVC EQUIP FRESH AIR MASK 2,018.67 02-67662.11 62 910400 RFTA-CITY 800 220 PAINT SPRAYER WORK &SVC EQUIP PAINT SPRAYER 114.80 r, OF ASPEN ° 910500 RFTA-CITY 800 22 004 1 PAINT SPRAYER WORK &SVC EQUIP PAINT SPRAYER 204.40 !� OF ASPEN _ 999300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 1 LADDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 12 STEP STEEL SAFTEY 481.50 LADD 999400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 LADDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 12 STEP SAFLEY LADDER 481.50 999600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 LADDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 8' HEAVY DUTY STEP 181.45 r LADDER 999700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 LADDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 5 STEP W/HANDRAIL 184.00 LADDER - 999800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 LADDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 5 STEP W/HANDRAIL 184.00 LADDER 541700 RFTA- 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP IR AIR IMPACT WRENCH 525.00 CARBONDAL I m E ui 573000 RFTA- 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP 6017 TORQUE WRENCH 504.89 0 CARBONDAL '' E 1030000 RFTA- 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR IMPACT WRENCH 599.00 CARBONDAL E 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 OF ASPEN 911200 RFTA-CITY 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP IMPACT WRENCH SOCKETS 236.35 OF ASPEN ' 912700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 022 JIGSAW WORK &SVC EQUIP SAWZALL KIT 148.95 OF ASPEN 542400 RFTA- 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP SET OF SEFAC LIFTS 44OV 23,051.00 CARBONDAL MACHANIC E EQUIP 1030200 RFTA- 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP BACK BUDDY 1,024.83 CARBONDAL I MACHANIC E EQUIP 179300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP SECTION ADVANCED 4,740.74 MACHANIC ALIGNER EQUIP 179301 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP TRUCK W/WHEEL MOUNT 3,145.44 MACHANIC EQUIP 588700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22100 E &WORK &SVC EQUIP 3/4 IMPACT TOOL AT750 299.95 MACHANIC 02-62662.11 63 U EQUIP (� r7058801 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP 25 TON SHOP PRESS 737.86 MACHANIC EQUIP N N RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP 25-TON SHOP JACK 218.13 MACHANIC EQUIP RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP BEARING SUPPORT 31.87 K MACHANIC EQUIP rt 705804 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP PRESS ADAPTOR 115.67 MACHANIC J EQUIP 705805 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 1 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP BEARING ADAPTOR 174.27 MACHANIC e EQUIP 705806 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP GAUGE ADAPTOR 135.33 MACHANIC p EQUIP rn 972800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP HYDRALIC VEHICLE LIFTS 38,289.00 F� MACHANIC EQUIP 718100 RFTA 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP PROLINK 9000 1,396.47 MACHANIC EQUIP ` 718200 RFTA 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP OPACITY METER 2,218.23 MACHANIC EQUIP 1030100 RFTA 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP BACK BUDDY 1,024.84 MACHANIC 1 EQUIP 952200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 107 BUS WASHER WORK &SVC EQUIP BUS WASHER 60,995.00 952203 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 107 BUS WASHER WORK &SVC EQUIP BUS WASHER 4,505.39 259301 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK &SVC EQUIP 2-TON HYDRAULIC 343.50 TOOLS&EQUIP MOB.CRANE 260001 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK &SVC EQUIP INJECTOR FLOW- 3,177.00 TOOLS&EQUIP COMPARATOR 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 02.67662.11 64 TOOLS&EQUIP r1; 985100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK &SVC EQUIP MICROPROCESS CONTROL 1,437.53 0 TOOLS& EQUIP BOX 464300 RFTA 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK &SVC EQUIP NUTSERT TOOL 392.74 TOOLS&EQUIP 542500 RFTA- 800 22 113 GREASE PUMP WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR GREASE GUN 649.00 CARBONDAL E 542600 RFTA- 8001 22 113 GREASE PUMP WORK &SVC EQUIP 90 WT. PUMP 719.64 Fl. CARBONDAL 9 �T E 912100 RFTA-CITY 800 22 113 GREASE PUMP WORK &SVC EQUIP HIGH PRESSURE GREASE 300.00 ' OF ASPEN PUMP 912900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 114 ENGINE WORK &SVC EQUIP FUEL PUMP ANALYZER 3,232.47 OF ASPEN I ANALYZER 155000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST BOX 818.00 TOOLS 155001 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST 92.82 u, TOOLS GAUGE 155002 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION 215.35 TOOLS CONNECTION 155003 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION LIFTING 258.51 1 TOOLS 155004 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST 154.28 TOOLS ADAPTER "%4b 155005 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST RELAY 84.10 TOOLS 155200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TAPLEY BRAKE METER W/ 810.32 TOOLS 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 ENG/TRANSMISSIONS 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 02-62662.11 65 954100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK &SVC EQUIP TRUCK TIRE SPREADER 2,765.28 ui TOOLS C> 954500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK &SVC EQUIP ROTARY PUNCH 4,965.10 0 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 CARBON FIBER TRANSM 955400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 121 DRILL PRESS WORK &SVC EQUIP (2)DRILL PRESS 955.12 952900 RFTA-FR 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 WITH 6 953100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 122 GRINDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 8" PEDESTAL GRINDER 817.74 v, WITH '' 951500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 123 SHARPNER WORK &SVC EQUIP DRILL BIT SHARPENER 295.00 n MOM RFTA-PITCO 800 22 124 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP (2) 8" VISE,BENCH- 453.54 MOUNTED ' 955000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 124 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP 6"VISE,BENCH MOUNTED 228.47 955100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 124 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP (4)6" MACHINIST BE 351.32 ` 955200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 124 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP 6" BENCH VISE, LOCKING 228.47 W955300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 124 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP (3)6" BENCH VISE, 547.50 913300 RFTA-CITY 800 22 124 VISE MACHANICS 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 910700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 125 BAND SAW WORK &SVC EQUIP BAND SAW W/ FLOOR 383.47 OF ASPEN STAND 814100 RFTA-PITCO 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 1031500 RFTA- 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP FREON RECYCLER 1,295.00 CARBONDAL E 1032200 RFTA- 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP WASTE OIL PUMP 1,166.00 CARBONDAL E — 02-67662.11 66 897600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP DIAGNOSTIC TEST BOX 145.00 vi 0 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 4,000.00 1032100 RFTA 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP MOBILE FUELTANK 559.69 E? 541800 RFTA- 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR/HYD JACK 2,402.34 s CARBONDAL I �r 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 CARBONDAL E 153200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22i 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP 5 TON SERVICE JACK 495.29 0 rti 153300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP 10 TON AIR-HYD JACK 1,523.50 913700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP FLOOR JACK 760.00 OF ASPEN 913900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP HYDRAULIC JACK 137.94 OF ASPEN 914000 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP JACK&ADAPTOR 625.28 OF ASPEN w 294600 RFTA 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP 7-TON JACK STAND 176.37 542200 RFTA- 800 22i 132 WELDER WORK &SVC EQUIP WELDER 1,303.37 1 CARBONDAL 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 22 132 WELDER WORK &SVC EQUIP (2) PORTABLE WLDNG (219.63) SCREEN 914200 RFTA-CITY 800 .-22132 WELDER WORK &SVC EQUIP #100 WELDING SET 185.00 OF ASPEN 466200 RFTA 800 22 132 WELDER WORK &SVC EQUIP WELDER 2,186.90 466201 RFTA 800 22 132 WELDER WORK &SVC EQUIP GUN NOZZLE FOR WELDER 296.70 953400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 134 HOIST WORK &SVC EQUIP (2)TROLLEY HOIST 4,408.82 02-67662.11 67 J 953500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 136 WASHER WORK &SVC EQUIP LARGE PARTS WASHER 1,436.30 0 953600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 136 WASHER WORK &SVC EQUIP LARGE PARTS WASHER 2,350.22 ° N r 915700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 139 AIR HAMMER WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR HAMMER PH-45A 107.00 OF ASPEN 294900 RFTA 800 22 141 MASTER PULLER WORK &SVC EQUIP DIGITAL OPTICAL 377.46 KIT ' 295000 RFTA 800 22 141 MASTER PULLER WORK &SVC EQUIP CRANK TIMING TOOL 347.11 KIT ct 913600 RFTA-CITY 800 22 145 TAP& DIE SET WORK &SVC EQUIP TAP& DIE SET 284.00 OF ASPEN 952700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 146 TIRE CHANGER WORK &SVC EQUIP TRUCK TIRE MOUNTER 5,192.83 955600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 146 TIRE CHANGER WORK &SVC EQUIP LIGHT VEHICLE TIRE 1,458.25 t 914900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 146 TIRE CHANGER WORK &SVC EQUIP TIRE CAGE 265.39 OF ASPEN 915000 RFTA-CITY 800 22 147 CRANE WORK &SVC EQUIP CRANE 506.00 0�1 OF ASPEN 915100 RFTA-CITY 800 22 148 PRESS WORK &SVC EQUIP 17-TON PRESS 566.70 OF ASPEN 1 915300 RFTA-CITY 800 22 149 MULTIPLIER WORK &SVC EQUIP TORQUE MULTIPLIER 156.95 OF ASPEN 154900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 152 VOLTAGE WORK &SVC EQUIP MULTIMETER 126.49 TESTER 953700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 155 HYDRAULIC WORK &SVC EQUIP 80 TON HYDRAULIC PRESS 4,353.30 PRESS 953300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 158 ABRASIVE BLAST WORK &SVC EQUIP ABRASIVE BLAST CABINET 2,263.75 CABINT 294500 RFTA 800 22 170 RECYCLING WORK &SVC EQUIP ANTIFREEZE RECYCLE 3,630.75 EQUIP SYSTEM 616600 RFTA 800 22 200 26 COPIER WORK &SVC EQUIP RICOH FAX 2800L 2,645.00 916200 RFTA-CITY 800 22 201 TYPEWRITERS WORK &SVC EQUIP IBM CORRECTING 841.50 OF ASPEN SELECTRIC 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 W!2 RACKS 243.00 02-67662.11 68 J 996900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP CURRENCY COUNTER 1,895.92 6) COUNTER o 996902 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP CUSTOM VERSION 3,932.15 i' COUNTER UNIT/FOR TOKENS 467900 RFTA 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP COIN SORTER 4,844.63 COUNTER 467901 RFTA 800 22 209 MONEY WORK & SVC EQUIP CURRENCY COUNTER COUNTER 1,625.77 574000 RFTA 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP CURRENCY DISCRIMINATOR 4,030.00 COUNTER �* 155500 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 300 BUILDING EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP 18"FLOOR BUFFER 952.97 128400 RFTA 800 22 300 WORK &SVC EQUIP FLOOR MAINTAINER 1,900.00 114000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 408 SNOWBLOWER WORK &SVC EQUIP SNOW THROWER 831.16 n ta to 955900 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 600 INDOOR FURN &WORK &SVC EQUIP MODULAR WORK STATION 3,480.83 FURNISHER 956300 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 600 INDOOR FURN &WORK & SVC EQUIP MODULAR WORK STATION 3,480.83 0 FURNISHER 956400 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 600 INDOOR FURN &WORK &SVC EQUIP MODULAR WORK STATION 3,480.83 FURNISHER 955700 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 611 CHAIRS WORK &SVC EQUIP (34)STACKING CHAIR 1,838.04 r955701 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 611 CHAIRS WORK &SVC EQUIP (19)STACKING CHAIR (1,027.14) 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 1 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" ROUNDTABLE, NEUTRAL 126.92 959300 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK &SVC EQUIP (1)60W X 36D X 28 1/2H 364.80 959400 RFTA—PITCO 800 22,621 TABLE WORK &SVC EQUIP (3)72W X 36D X 28 112H 1,132.02 959500 RFTA—PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK &SVC EQUIP (1)84W X 36D X 28 1/2H 407.36 02-67662.1 69 959600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK &SVC EQUIP (2)48" ROUND TABLE 367.841 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 E? 980200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 622 DESK WORK &SVC EQUIP 72 X 36 EXECUTIVE DESK 398.00 Y. rt 178800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 630 STORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP OAK STORAGE UNIT 624.00 j 178900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 630 STORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP OAK STORAGE UNIT 624.00 972900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 630 STORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP STORAGE EQUIPMENT& 45,474.47 -Y _ ro 421600 RFTA 800 22 630 STORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP (50)SKI BOOK LOCKERS 23,660.00 iJ 530500 RFTA 800 22 630 STORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP (5)LOCKERS, RUBEY PARK 1,045.29 178600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 631 CABINET WORK &SVC EQUIP 2 DR LEGAL FILE CABINET 152.00 178700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 631 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 W154200 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 22 634 SHELVING WORK &SVC EQUIP SHELVES FOR PARTS 2,313.19 OF ASPEN 179000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 635 BOOK CASE WORK &SVC EQUIP OAK WALL BOOK CASE 300.00 179100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 635 BOOKCASE WORK &SVC EQUIP OAK WALL BOOK CASE 300.00 114400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 645 BLINDS 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 22 645 BLINDS WORK &SVC EQUIP (3)VEROSOL SKYSHADES 872.00 02-67662.11 70 114900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 645 BLINDS WORK &SVC EQUIP (2)VEROSOL SKYSHADES 652.00 0 767000 RFTA 800 22 900 OTHER SERVICE WORK &SVC EQUIP TRASH COMPACTOR 5,000.00 `I' EQUIP 127900 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER WORK &SVC EQUIP 1998 FORD MINI VAN VEHICLES 20,000.00 720600 RFTA 800 22 202 26 COPIER WORK &SVC EQUIP 4727 COPIER 8,075.00 W/SORTER/CABI 1031700 RFTA 800 22 202 26 COPIER WORK &SVC EQUIP 6645 COPIER-ADMIN 18,145.00 ' �r WORK &SVC EQUIP Total 493,281.03 = Grand Total 19,754,954.05 ,J u N cn is U f�l J 4� A I 02-67662.11 71 i lliluefg2l*29;RMAWSA PROOF OF PUBLICATION !fal d SNOWMASS VILLAGE SUN STATE OF COLORADO, ss. IN 69ftow0ifill" Mimi COUNTY OF PITKIN. 1 0 3 � i Go@**6Ullding,excepting the cprgplrlirtlun owrrbd by the town of Sndiim1L(s Village bs I, . �Q Of `�\.. 77 1 K LQ 4.IG�:��y"` .. do solermay of malf arA.officals 1 r1 I F Ne wrlelas&W testsuive f111'fhe swear Ibat I am , .1...4L )''1 V�.9_ ...... of live cw"mom am owned1b1 this SNOWMASS VILLAGE SUN;that the same is a newspaper printed,in whole Sr low,tt. witaget l Nr RW or in part,and published in the County of Pitkin,State of Colorado arid has a Partniirshipcomposed of mall general circulation therein; that said newspaper has been published continu- area,.oMossy row aafebAat"Onis ously and uninterruptedly in said County of Atkin for a period of more than told ral�����1:Rl�b,11M Srv&niness fifty-two consecutive weeks next prior to the first publication of the annexed Rail"_ bu r of legal notice or advertisement; that said newspaper has been admitted to the dli1fl Y�i I United States mails as second-class matter under the provisions of the Act of tAN Wk 0OWd by)111orIrtT ire March 3, 1879, or any amendments thereof, and that said newspaper is a newspaper duly qualified for publishing legal notices and advertisements Prbpr911Nal b�d d� (to � within the meaning of the laws of the State of Colorado. 'No VIl<ielablNlNdent sl . ,SNvNV'se That the annexed legal notice or advertisement was published in the regular K;dlww is f'1 001*11al1dd wN excluding and entire issue of every number of said newspaper for the period of..._�...... al .CQa1Po9ad of mall consecutive insertions; and that the first publication of said notice was in the retaN eatablfahment _ $rlpyrmass issue of said newspaper dateAD <YC,!....,., and the t*rkl-and the Brea last publication of said notice w�n4 in the issue of said newspaper dated of N;ajbk*' edswilimass `lL(' > I 1 A.D OFFICIAL' NV Tr It and Parking Plaza GIVEN' at 4. PR1f aN lodlbd on Town Parking In wilt ess whereof I have hereunto set my hand this . ......... .._...... day 13*01 " Wt nUhiGail)9 1C liid adjoining �/41 :0415WO CbiltieN land, of. ... A.D., .. ...is being organlzed to General Manager/Publisher iris�pofA of financing and con_tSrlb '. iievetklg,all'assislBrg in the S ubscribed and sworn to before me,a notary public in and for the County of invited to axpro"fh*.V ws:,:, financing arid cor>shucdon of,th 1� vG.�S1 aa:c either ohoy or hi., 1fral. Snowiness Village Transit end i tkirt. State c�Colorado, this . .�. ......._ day of ...... .......A.D., . .... . Pa Plaza Protect and relat crefdfOrl d the ViMab9 eking IX. l Mall Business Improvement sheaf hnproverrrerrts.The District c " i �r ^ m �. .�..^a° '.. .f..rz�i.r District(tlre"Dislrictj in k=- may also dkercise any other Pow ,4.AL) _j .. ... dance with the statutory MA. bra granted by the Act from time c�. , , Notary Public sions set forth at§31-25-1201,; to time as are approved by the `y et. seq.81 Colorado R~ Town Count:41. i \\ Statute!(the"Ael).A petRlon Ny Cofrunivion expires .. .�.`7 n .. !! ......... ......................................... reques"organization of the Dated:August 22,2000 District has been filed 04h the Trudl Worline,Town Clerk Town. The general description of the Box 5770, Snorvrnass Village.Colorado 81615 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, TOWN MANAGER RE: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2000 GUBER TRAIL The Guber Trail is currently under construction and should be done by the end of this week. The City of Aspen is donating the seed mix, which will be applied next week. This will be an asphalt trail that provides the critical link for the Owl Creek and Tom Blake Trails. It greatly increases the safety factor by keeping trail users off of the steep portion of Owl Creek road. The Town expresses its gratitude to Peter Guber and his representatives for making this happen. *CAST MEETING IN PARK CITY Jacque Whitsitt needs a firm head count for the CAST meeting in Park City as soon as possible. The dates are Thursday October 26" and Friday October 27'". Jacque has put together a tentative agenda, which is attached. Please let me know which of you plan on attending. *DRAFT EOTC BALLOT QUESTION Attached is the final language for the 10.2 million Transit Revenue Bond ballot question to be submitted to the Pitkin County electorate. The proposed changes in the language allow for more flexibility in the expenditure of funds. These monies are restricted and dedicated to transit and transportation improvements in Pitkin County, in accordance with the original 1993 ballot language. This will likely be approved by the BOCC on Tuesday morning. Also, does September 21"work for the next EOTC meeting? Please let me know. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA PETITIONER'S COMMITTEE Please be advised that the petitioner's committee has been formed and should be gathering signatures in the days to come. Town staff has been receiving significant pressure from the committee representative to assist them in drafting the actual initiative ordinance and schedule. I have directed staff to be helpful in guiding the petitioners through the process but staff involvement in their effort is inappropriate. The assistance that we are offering includes: providing forms for the petition itself; providing guidance to ensure consistency with the Town's ordinance format; providing copies of sample ordinances, the Town's Home-Rule Charter, the Municipal Code, State Statutes and Audited Financial Statements. I feel we are making every effort to provide guidance to the petitioner's committee and we will continue to do so through the election. We respect the right for citizens to petition their government, however, I do not want Town Staff becoming politically involved in this or any other citizen's initiative effort, unless they are acting independently on their own time. *COUNCIL BUDGET REVIEW Town Council needs to block out about two-and-a-half days in October for the annual budget presentation and review. We have tentatively blocked out October 16`" through the 26"'. Please let me know which days you prefer. *Response Requested AUG-90-00 WED 9„9 :Xi GRST :AX 2. :70 927 9456 '. �f Draf t Colorado Association of Ski Towne O AGENDA Park City Ga October 26-27 �w - Thursday, October 26 8 : 00 AM Bus leaves Avon for Park City, stopping in Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction for stragglers 4 : 00-5:00 PM Arrive Park City, check in, have ginner with local government types and Utah ski officials • S) Friday, October 27 9: OOAM CAST meeting to compare notes with Park City officials, SLC organizing committee, Ski Utah and ski area officials on affordable housing, transportation, economics and other suggested topics . Olympic presentation. z u 3 q� Noonish Lunch at Olympic Sports Park followed by tour of Olympic facilities 4 Free afternoon for hiking, biking, golf, you name it d � 5 : 00 PM Social hour and cocktails with Leadership Park 9” 3 City 2000 followed by dinner U' Saturday, October 28 8 : 00 or 9: 00 or whenever you want: Bus departs for Colorado. MYLES WILL HELP MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR PEOPLE 3 WHO WANT To STAY THE NIGHT OR THE WEEKEND. MYLES IS ALSO SCORING HOTEL PRICES AMID WILL RESERVE 20 ROOMS FOR CAST. HE CAN RESERVE MORE IF WE GET IT TOGETHER. IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY ASKED YOUR COUNCILS , COMMISSIONERS AND/OR SKI COMPANY FRIENDS TO JOIN US, YOU NEED TO DO IT NOW OR THE BUS WILL BE LEAVING WITHOUT THEM-REALLY AND LITERALLY. - C4Y3 $10.2 MILLION TRANSIT REVENUE BONDS SHALL PITKIN COUNTY DEBT BE INCREASED BY AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $10.2 MILLION WITH A MAXIMUM REPAYMENT COST OF $14 MILLION(BUT WITH NO INCREASE IN THE COUNTY'S EXISTING TAXES) FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPLEMENTING EXISTING DEBT AUTHORIZATION OF $8.1 MILLION AND OTHER LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TRANSIT PROJECTS: PROVIDE LOCAL FUNDS TO PARTICIPATE WITH CDOT IN THE COMPLETION OF THE IMPROVEMENTS TO HIGHWAY 82 FROM BUTTERMILK TO 7TH AND MAIN, INCLUDING A CUT AND COVER TUNNEL, NEW BRIDGES OVER MAROON CREEK AND CASTLE CREEK, AND REALIGNING THE HIGHWAY TO CONNECT DIRECTLY WITH THE 7TH AND MAIN STREET INTERSECTION, $7 MILLION FOR T14H SNOWMASS VILLAGE T ^TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS, $1.5 MILLION FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS TO PITKIN COUNTY BUS STOPS, AND $7.5 MILLION FOR BUSES, MAINTENANCE FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS, AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR THE ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY OR SUCCESSOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY; SUCH DEBT TO CONSIST OF REVENUE BONDS ISSUED IN ONE OR MORE SERIES, WITH OR WITHOUT A PREMIUM FOR REDEMPTION PRIOR TO MATURITY, AND UPON SUCH OTHER TERMS AS THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PITKIN COUNTY MAY DETERMINE, PII'KIN COUNTY BEING AUTHORIZED TO REFUND THE BONDS AND TO PLEDGE SALES AND USE TAXES AND ANY LEGALLY AVAILABLE REVENUES OF THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS AND ANY REFUNDING BONDS WHEN DUE? SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 07-10-2000 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Kevin Costello, Douglas Mercatoris, Jack Hatfield, Mark Brady COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Dave Peckler, Transportation Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Rebecca Harlowe, Records Manager PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, Walter Kieser, Joe Kracum, Chris Kiley, Don Schuster, Bill Kane, Dave Bellack, John Dresser, Scott Smith, Paul Broome, Martin Mata, David Burden and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 2:08 p.m. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION Wafter Kieser of Economic & Planning Systems, Inc., introduced and summarized the Preliminary Financing Plan for the Mall Transit Plaza, EPS #10029. He provided a Conceptual Funding Strategy that included: applying proceeds of 0.5 % from a proposed Pitkin County Bond Ballot Measure; forming an Assessment District and issuing assessment bonds; obtaining a funding commitment from the Snowmass Village Resort Association; establishing a Parking Lease Program (which could generate as much as $300,000.00 in revenue), and using a portion of R.E.T.T. funds. Joe Kracum of MK Centennial Engineering, sketched out four Transit Plaza Parking Structure options illustrating proposed net-new parking spaces as well as estimated costs for each option. Council discussed the various options and provided direction to MK Centennial and to Town staff. Kracum will invite the Mall Partners and members of the community to the July 17, 2000 Council Work Session to further discuss the options. PARCEL "N" FINANCING DISCUSSION Finance Director, Marianne Rakowski, presented a summary of projected costs and financing for the Parcel "N" Affordable Housing Project. Calculation scenarios provided to Council included Parcel "N' Subsidy, Possible Funding Sources, Construction Costs as of June 27, 2000, Townhome Purchase Estimates, a Financing Scenario with 00W/411(� ' 07-10-00ws Page 2 Subsidy#1 and a Financing Scenario Subsidy#2. Rakowski also summarized risk assessments with reference to construction costs, sale of units and use of Housing Reserves. Hatfield commented that the estimated sale prices were above the income level of most Town employees. Steve Connor summarized possible purchasing mechanisms. PARCEL "N" SITE PLAN & BUILDING PLAN REVIEW Housing Manager, Joe Coffey, and Scott Smith of Reno-Smith Architects, presented an overview of the most current Parcel "N" site plan which included floor plans and building elevations. Smith summarized adjustments made to previous floor plans, giving special consideration to soil and slope conditions. Council and staff discussed the Architectural Plan Review and Construction Schedule. ARTICLE IV, LAND USE CODE DISCUSSION Community Development Director, Craig Thompson and Town Attorney, Stephen Connor, reviewed changes made to Article IV of the Land Use Code. Council reviewed changes with particular attention to sections concerning Fences, Parking, Preserving Existing Vegetation, Ridgeline Protection Areas, Signs and Job Generation Rates with respect to Housing Mitigation. The Town Manager summarized modifications to methods of complying with requirements and methods for providing housing. Council considered the implications of existing language and requested changes. Council settled on a 65% mitigation requirement concerning Housing Mitigation Standards. The Work Session ended at 5:50 p.m. Submitted by: Rebecca Harlowe Records Manager , y6 - SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 07-24-2000 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Kevin Costello, Jack Hatfield, and Douglas Mercatoris COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Council Member Mark Brady was absent. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Bernadette Barthelenghi, Landscape Architect; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Dave Peckler, Transportation Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Donna J. Garcia, Secretary/Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, Victor Gerdin, Joe Goldberger, Dale Rands, Bill Clark, Bob Purvis, Carolyn Purvis, Jack Kennedy, Pat Smith, Dina Bozza, Greg Karen, Bill Kane, Gert Van Moorsel, and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 2:15 p.m. INERVIEW APPLICANTS FOR CITIZENS GRANT REVIEW BOARD (CGRB) The Town Manager confirmed that there were four applicants who expressed an interest in serving on the Citizens Grant Review Board (CGRB). Applicants included Margery Fridstein, Mary Beth Bassett, Linda Sandals and Dan Alpert. Fridstein, Bassett and Sandals served on the Grants Review Committee in the past, which is a five-member Board with two alternates. None of the applicants were present. Suiter recommended Council appoint all of the applicants to the CGRB. After further discussion, Council requested that Suiter telephone Jim Hooker and invite him to submit an application to serve on this Board. LAND USE CODE DISCUSSION - ARTICLE V Chris Conrad, the Planning Director, outlined proposed amendments to Article V of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code (LUC). He requested that Council provide direction in order that staff might proceed with scheduling First Reading of an Ordinance to approve changes to Article V. wow / Y7 ' 07-24-00ws Page 2 Council discussed incorporating language to better provide for site and architectural review of changes to existing buildings or new construction within previously approved PUD's, criteria used to evaluate the basis for amending a previously approved PUD, possible increase in the maximum allowable floor area of a structure, amendments to the Official Zone District Map, review procedures, process for Annual Temporary Use Permit (ATOP) applications, Planned Unit Developments (PUD), Pre-Sketch plan requirements, architecture and landscaping requirements, maximum buildout and the timeframe related to requests for additional information from applicants Council requested that the Planning Commission review and provide recommendations to Council regarding changes to Article V, that the Town attorney provide language at the next Council Meeting that allows Town- initiated rezoning and that the Planning Commission determine if an application is considered major or minor. Council further requested that staff draft submittal requirements for the Sketch Plan Process and Preliminary Review processes that will assist the applicant and Council with expediting Preliminary Review, that staff propose language for the applicant to provide detail or fenestration for mass and scale as well as for design criteria, that staff draft a general purpose statement addressing the Community Benefit section and that Preliminary Review of an application take precedence over Sketch Plan Reviews. ENTRYWAY/POOL DISCUSSION The Mayor provided an overview of previous Council discussions regarding this issue, as well as Entryway Plan scenarios. Council reviewed multiple concepts to accommodate parking and transit facilities for construction of a community pool and recreation center at this area. The discussion involved portions of the Horse Ranch Common Areas, including Parcel E, just north of the Rodeo Lot, which is dedicated to the Horse Ranch Homeowners' Association. The Landscape Architect provided a footprint analysis for a basketball court, small activity room and recreation center with locker rooms. The Community Development Director recommended that Council review the scenarios and have an interactive discussion with the residents, taking note of their comments, suggestions and concerns. The Town Engineer presented the Basalt roundabout design as a possible solution for the Brush Creek Road/ intersection. Costs for relocation of the roads, landscaping, and the pavement were discussed. Mayor Manchester explained that a citizen survey has not been conducted and funds are limited. He reported comments he has heard from citizens stating the need for family amenities in Snowmass Village. I �/1Q mop 07-24-00ws Page 3 Dale Rands, Bob Purvis, and Pat Smith from the Horse Ranch Association stated their opposition to relocation of Brush Creek Road, and stated that they felt the community would utilize a pool more than any other type of facility. The Homeowners requested a meeting in order to gain a better understanding of all the possible scenarios and their affect on the Horse Ranch subdivision. Smith invited Council to the next Homeowner's Association meeting. She will inform Council of the meeting date and time. The Work Session ended at 5:35 p.m. Submitted By: Donna J. Garcia, Secretary/Town Clerk Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Rebecca Harlowe by Status Report Sent. 13, 2000 at 5 P.M. Bullets in Italics have been previously listed State of the Town August 31, 2000 Town Council/ Town Mang er Activitv/StalTNIanager Status Man'Transit Plana:.- W;=W&ptooeedingvA&fiadiw design&cost. Gary Suits, Town Manager estimates of pad=gstrucdnm. Next meeting is 11*.' R- Working on district formation and researching values. ■ Siaffresearching market value of parking space leases. Entryway Planning Project ■ Continuing pool dialogue with Horse Ranch HOA. Gary Suiter, Town Manager ■ Pool design continues. Report on Sept. 5'h. Town Manager's Office Activities ■ Proceeding w/Rodeo appraisal. Gary Suiter Town Attorne Activity/Staff Manager Status Town Attorney General Activities ■ Developing ballot question for excise tar 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 Manager Wood Run Dumpster ■ Currently,the attorney for Woodtun Five is Hunt Walker reviewing the record on this issue. Lemond Place 0: Water and Sanitation next week will begin replacing Hunt Walker the sewer line in this road.. Should be finished in s weeks: . Housin Activitv/Stall' Manager Status Housing Department Activities R CreeksideH-34'iJWjc& 1-brmfor$94,93539. Joe Coffey ■ Jownyll owalis Jun been selected for the Building Maintenance I position.• ■ Lisa HenW will be the new Housing Secretary. i Aspen Earthmovingwas awarded the contract to repair the Mohair[view retaining walls. Work will begin after Labor Day. It Hayes Broths 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 Sept. Joe Coffey 5`", 2000. • Weekly construction meetings are held on Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. at the Housing Office. • Joe met with Sage Construction to discuss the Ridge Condominium inspection program. • The Design Team is investigating the 30% slope behind Building 1 for fill material. Finance Activity/Staff Manager Status Finance and Personnel Activities ■ Reviewing Draft Pay&Classification Plan Marianne Rakowski ■ Closing August financial statements. ■ Worldng on revenue projections. ■ Reviewing Parcel N financial proposals ■ Training 2 new employees. ■ Developing budgets for supplemental funds. �ag 0. Web Page Enhancement ■ Biking and hiking trails are complete. Nick Tucker ■ In process of adding the Snowmass Village business directory ■ Adding low-res version of Trails Map. ■ Adding"hot"button with info on bears or other "hot"topics. Town Clerk Town Clerk's 6NWAefivitimr. 4 1tl XdrriM"Tnrl Worlae A&lu'WOW. worth as &AftofSept. 6. p��'�eiri��Town,WebPag�. W,Chmpbwl l9 RET�`ap a +wa;againstTown- properifsalea rerawdtvith P7tkin County in 1999. PaSlksSei t`Wor+ter 2 dap pw weeaL ` N.: Updating Business/Sales Tax License information and inshwcdom inpreparadon for upcoming rlicenst�e®raa+alsa��eg. W.:bvestigmft Initiative Process and preparing to certify.imtiative pditim:and related documents. w..InvestigatctgBM formation process related to Clerk. s Orgwazingandprepwing:all;Woodnm V Dumpster documents innhpo seto rxeiptof a format "Request for a.copy of the Rocord"from Woodnm, V Attorneys. Police Police Department Activities ■ .Mary Medina has been hired as our new Municipal Art Stnytke,Polka Chief CourtGtuk.r W.Police Bkpt:pr'ovided'ovent<mooNpment suppat fordy'.LaiROC,DoiMtwc FestivaL:; Commun4 Development Department COM=W ft B eo )a4 o�Sept= Actividw A ' Cralg:7Aunsswa- oetungwith.Cl�QTleutatively Sept,$!6 Environmental and Wildlife Activities Br=b6eW Contract completed $imjedtaneHneAm2007 T.B.A.. Commun#F Enhancement Pro'ects Act ivitv/Slaff NI an ager Status Art Wont&iijretivoe Signsga:tor• W FinedWisigw 6eere-cccepted for the mayfly rralt Installation shodldoecur around August 28". Brush Creek ■ Seasons Four has agreed to grant us a public rec. Bernadette Barthelenghi easement. ■ Town Attorney drafting easement—completed. ■ Brush clearing will happen the week ojAug. 21"— completed. ■ Drop structure construction will begin Sept. S`ti. ParkShehier w> Gazebo w/cedar shake roofing has been ordered BernadmiBerobedegrt s Still waiting,op:additional pricing for fireplace& sett wiAL SWwill.brmg to Council,on Sept 5te. 4. Plans & Po&E Development Act ivity/Staft' .N]anager Status Af[esdarlaHenririt edJalyl4. Joe Coffey, +w eLyv' "✓.r Y < < '..4. A� a Brush Creek/Benedict Trail ■ Began field survey June 30'a'. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Waiting for survey data. ■ August 15'h—Met with the aquatic biologistlhydrologist for design input. Bio-water Assessment w MonftftA wbeewwVing since July. Bernadette Bmthalawghi ■ August 140 we began inventory offish in Brush Creeks.S_ofor,lots ofsizes and colors have been found Greenway Master Plan ■ Staff needs to complete a final report to GOCO by Bernadette Barthelenghi Aug. 31'to receive final money. ■ Input from Planning Commission expected in Sept. ■ Staff is completing final report Land Use Code Amendments ■ Article V work session &First Reading, Sept. IL Chris Conrad Trails Planning ■ Sign program to be installed this summerffall. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Wooden signs have been ordered for backcountry trails. ■ Owl Creek Trail is being built. Staff is overseeing construction. Watershed Management Plan ■ Data in a draft form has been submitted to the Bernadette Barthelenghi Town. ■ Mapping of the watershed data was successful. 5 , j-�y_ Ma'or DCU&12ment Review U date Project / Manager Update Daly Lane Conference Center 11—Received application August 2 . Sketch Plan ■ Joint PC/TC Meeting tentatively scheduled for Oct. Chris Conrad 16. Parcel N Pndlmismy PUR, W,' Ptr`t�v w-tear sohe BectSept<20'su> :, Chris Conrad to TC`permitftsimuleneous review with Snowmass Cu Seven Star Ranch ■ ' Extension granted to November 20''. Gary Suiter/Steve Connor Snowmass Center Expansion i'Appikant aomidering withdrawal, Sketch Plan Chris Conrad Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch ■ Original application withdrawn June 12. Plan ■ Amended sketch plan submitted June 26. Chris Conrad ■ Joint PC/TC meeting Sept. 5. ■ PC review commences Sept.20. The Timbers at Snewmass W.: Paniatcoumuctiompesmit kawt d'August 3&. Chris Conrad R Completedfamdplatand°docwxents,perfinalPUD being reviewed by staff to complete Sept. 1'". Rodeo Grounds Pre-Sketch ■ Joint PC/TC meeting Sept.S`s. Chris Conrad Minor Develo meat Review U date Project / Manager Update Tamarack Minor ■ Minor addition to create new office space and improve pool Chris Conrad locker rooms. ■ Approved administratively August 18`h. Building permit issued Subdivision Exemption ■ To condommiumbe existing duplex plus caretakers quarters. Lot 1,Ridge Ran Unit I ■ Schedule for Sept 11th TC meeting. Chris Conrad Subdivision Exemption ■To condominiumize existing duplex. Lot 2,Ridge Run Unit I ■Schedule for Sept. 18*TC meeting. Chris Conrad 6 � �� I Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance Admiaisbadre ?,^ ttaaASW .... .. prtsDiat►ict6 Floc its•, Modit&aSoas GoNerns !'A ■ Lot 15, Two CreeiGt Special Review ■ Public Works Operation Facility Expansion. Variances i Lot 32,Coun"Club L Stump$K on Sept.2e. a orcement Update 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. Pendin Update AT&T Cell Sits @ Timberliue R• App vveed June•19. Maintenance Baildiug ■; Amended lease required, Town-owned land. Chris Conrad ■ Buddingpermit appllcafion submitted ■r,Additional hfornratlon needed AW elf 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 RealEstate Expansion ■ No applkotilw received at this time. Chris CWuUd ■4. AppHoant pr+wringlo submit interim SPA Iffikatim 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. Trans ortadon Janus Jazz ■ "Finished degodations'on who will be handling their David Peek/er VINGeneral parking needs and Town bus service for the Labor day Festival. 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STATE OF COLORADO. ss. 10 3 1 Mill S`4ltlkirfftae VNli�jb MNii COUNTY OF PITKIN. • ktellit§fib rBMota Iknffetloh the � Gateway Building.MOPling the 7. condornittkmt owned by the flown 1�/ 4 ``// / L . . �Q .............do solemnly Of 3ndwrnas+s Vn18ge. .: ......... < of man arse:offices,is.01 A tab- ( �7 (1' p� p A nshments&W rebteoran1l11 the swear that I am .........'...�/��� b.�..t.LL .'� ..............................Of the M*W rnaN area owned*the SNOWMASS VILLAGE SUN;that the same is a newspaper printed,in whole Snwwntiaea Village UMRW or in part,and published in the County of Pitkin,Stale of Colorado and has a Partnerehip.COmpoeed of man general circulation therein; that said newspaper has been published continu- area,.officey.retan establishments ously and uninterruptedly in said County of Pitkin for a period of more than and regtg n tfa,the Sindwmass fifty-two consecutive weeks next prior to the first publication of the annexed Real Eiga4 building COm`posed of ` legal notice or advertisement; that said newspaper has been admitted to the � � Whie United States mails as second-class matter under the provisions of the Act of plan 1 March 3, 1879, or any amendments thereof, and that said newspaper is a BUilBfrt<j&h.ied by h WMU 11re I newspaper duly qualified for publishing legal notices and advertisements PrbpAtl"e• 51iffl w of 7r11ff' within the meaning of the laws of the State of Colorado. Amdr retadastabn9tader>tsI ,fF1e.Slhelifee ! That the annexed legal notice or advertisement was published in the regular P P ow*r*rcid area excluding and entire issue of every number of said newspaper for the period of... .I...... C ,all hdiN�a conVosed of mail consecutive insertions; and that the first publication of said notice was in the W"41 yy .ratan establishment or A 4 issue of said newspaper dated. . �'�..Z. ... A.D, � C.........and the drn� s $novrrnesa r dated M� - Center•,and the area last publication of said notice w� in the issue of said newspape Tex of(na 0s opb9ed Showman ��:I 1 i A p. ?[.... . OFFICIAL' NOTICE IS`"F 1 8 Mlle¢Tra�ian aril Parking Plaza .. ., . ... day GIVEN Iftat at 480 p.ri1' Projeot bred on-Town parking In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this ... ...... . Septelr&13,2WI 1 W[nuhibe7ffS 101�iW adjoining 11 SfttAVittl Vlllag�T 66u6M lands. y of.. . ... ..... . ......A.D.. ..... ''located at,1$F"11j gr ... •,` C.... .... ...... ... .. ....... A twijp¶k hold the Dletriet is being org9niZad to General Manager/Publisher g ng At whk�i#4 the putpos2 of financing and con „, 4n ffte Subscribed and worn to before me,a notary public in aril for the County of members of the$uWki Od I* . *ucnn9,or assisting' ,a Invited to expraiia nneirMai ,.,' financing and Construction of,t jj day of .. G,�'iT.A.D. acute Pitkin, State of Colorado,this .oa..l.. . . either oi0y or In.writing. the. snowiness Village Transit and ,. creatIW at the Snowmaas.Vmdo9 Parking Plaza Project and relat C Mali Business Improvement street knM"ments.The DiWct r ` v. I I4�ac may also 93cercise any odner Pow (S]PRL) J \. District(ihe"Distri t"j in`Ocor- Y Notary Public dance with the statutory pro-A.' granted by the Act from nine ` r sions set forth at§31-2542014i. to time as are approved by the et. seq.8f Colorado Revised Town Council. //�� \\ Statutes(the"AcM.A petlnon .. My Cofnmisfion expires ..V.._�.fy n G..! .\..................................... requeslN>tj organization of the Dated:August 22,2000 District has been mind with the Trull Wornne,Town Clark To". The general description of the Box 5770, Srtrnvmass Village,Colorado 81615 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, TOWN MANAGER RE: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2000 R#RRR*R##R**RR#RR**#R#**R##R###RR***#RR#RFR***#R#RRR*RR#####R*RR#R#*R*RR#RR#*RRR###RRRR#####R### GUBER TRAIL The Guber Trail is currently under construction and should be done by the end of this week. The City of Aspen is donating the seed mix, which will be applied next week. This will be an asphalt trail that provides the critical link for the Owl Creek and Tom Blake Trails. It greatly increases the safety factor by keeping trail users off of the steep portion of Owl Creek road. The Town expresses its gratitude to Peter Guber and his representatives for making this happen. *CAST MEETING IN PARK CITY Jacque Whitsitt needs a firm head count for the CAST meeting in Park City as soon as possible. The dates are Thursday October 200 and Friday October 27`h. Jacque has put together a tentative agenda, which is attached. Please let me know which of you plan on attending. *DRAFT EOTC BALLOT QUESTION Attached is the final language for the 10.2 million Transit Revenue Bond ballot question to be submitted to the Pitkin County electorate. The proposed changes in the language allow for more flexibility in the expenditure of funds. These monies are restricted and dedicated to transit and transportation improvements in Pitkin County, in accordance with the original 1993 ballot language. This will likely be approved by the BOCC on Tuesday morning. Also, does September 21$'work for the next EOTC meeting? Please let me know. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA PETITIONER'S COMMITTEE Please be advised that the petitioner's committee has been formed and should be gathering signatures in the days to come. Town staff has been receiving significant pressure from the committee representative to assist them in drafting the actual initiative ordinance and schedule. I have directed staff to be helpful in guiding the petitioners through the process but staff involvement in their effort is inappropriate. The assistance that we are offering includes: providing forms for the petition itself; providing guidance to ensure consistency with the Town's ordinance format; providing copies of sample ordinances, the Town's Home-Rule Charter, the Municipal Code, State Statutes and Audited Financial Statements. I feel we are making every effort to provide guidance to the petitioner's committee and we will continue to do so through the election. We respect the right for citizens to petition their government, however, I do not want Town Staff becoming politically involved in this or any other citizen's initiative effort, unless they are acting independently on their own time. *COUNCIL BUDGET REVIEW Town Council needs to block out about two-and-a-half days in October for the annual budget presentation and review. We have tentatively blocked out October 16th through the 26'". Please let me know which days you prefer. *Response Requested AUG-30-00 WED 3; 13 PM CAST PAX N0, 970 927 8456 P; 1/ 1 Cr2. S S w G Draft Colorado Association of Ski Towns AGENDA Park City pia October 26-27 �i�'�` Thursday, October 26 8 : 00 AM Bus leaves Avon for Park City, stopping in Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction for stragglers 4 : 00-5 :00 PM Arrive Park City, check in, have winner Tim with local government types and Utah ski officials 616) Friday, October 27 9: OOAM CAST meeting to compare notes with Park City officials, SLC organizing committee, Ski Utah and ski area officials on affordable housing, transportation, economics and other suggested topics . Olympic 0 presentation. Noonish Lunch at Olympic Sports Park followed by tour of Olympic facilities d V F5 : 00 e afternoon for hiking, biking, golf, you name it � PM Social hour and cocktails with Leadership Park ty 2000 followed by dinner Saturday, October 28 8:00 or 9:00 or whenever you want: Bus departs for Colorado. MYLES WILL HELP MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR PEOPLE 3 d WHO WANT TO STAY THE NIGHT OR THE WEEKEND. MYLES IS ALSO SCOPING HOTEL PRICES AND WILL RESERVE 20 ROOMS FOR CAST. HE CAN RESERVE MORE IF WE GET IT TOGETHER. IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY ASKED YOUR COUNCILS, COMMISSIONERS AND/OR SKI COMPANY FRIENDS TO JOIN US, YOU NEED TO DO IT NOW OR THE BUS WILL BE LEAVING WITHOUT THEM-REALLY AND LITERALLY. $10.2 MILLION TRANSIT REVENUE BONDS SHALL PITKIN COUNTY DEBT BE INCREASED BY AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $10.2 MILLION WITH A MAXIMUM REPAYMENT COST OF $14 MILLION (BUT WITH NO INCREASE IN THE COUNTY'S EXISTING TAXES)FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPLEMENTING EXISTING DEBT AUTHORIZATION OF $8.1 MILLION AND OTHER LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TRANSIT PROJECTS: PROVIDE LOCAL FUNDS TO PARTICIPATE WITH CDOT IN THE COMPLETION OF THE IMPROVEMENTS TO HIGHWAY 82 FROM BUTTERMILK TO 7T" AND MAIN, INCLUDING A CUT AND COVER TUNNEL, NEW BRIDGES OVER MAROON CREEK AND CASTLE CREEK, AND REALIGNING THE HIGHWAY TO CONNECT DIRECTLY WITH THE 7' AND MAIN STREET INTERSECTION, $7 MILLION FOR THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TROT c rn�ylsiTF.RCTRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS, $1.5 MILLION FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS TO PITKIN COUNTY BUS STOPS, AND $7.5 MILLION FOR BUSES, MAINTENANCE FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS, AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR THE ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY OR SUCCESSOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY; SUCH DEBT TO CONSIST OF REVENUE BONDS ISSUED IN ONE OR MORE SERIES, WITH OR WITHOUT A PREMIUM FOR REDEMPTION PRIOR TO MATURITY, AND UPON SUCH OTHER TERMS AS THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PITKIN COUNTY MAY DETERMINE, PITKIN COUNTY BEING AUTHORIZED TO REFUND THE BONDS AND TO PLEDGE SALES AND USE TAXES AND ANY LEGALLY AVAILABLE REVENUES OF THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS AND ANY REFUNDING BONDS WHEN DUE? SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 07-10-2000 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Kevin Costello, Douglas Mercatoris, Jack Hatfield, Mark Brady COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Dave Peckler, Transportation Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Rebecca Harlowe, Records Manager PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, Walter Kieser, Joe Kracum, Chris Kiley, Don Schuster, Bill Kane, Dave Bellack, John Dresser, Scott Smith, Paul Broome, Martin Mata, David Burden and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 2:08 p.m. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION Walter Kieser of Economic & Planning Systems, Inc., introduced and summarized the Preliminary Financing Plan for the Mall Transit Plaza, EPS #10029. He provided a Conceptual Funding Strategy that included: applying proceeds of 0.5 % from a proposed Pitkin County Bond Ballot Measure; forming an Assessment District and issuing assessment bonds; obtaining a funding commitment from the Snowmass Village Resort Association; establishing a Parking Lease Program (which could generate as much as $300,000.00 in revenue), and using a portion of R.E.T.T. funds. Joe Kracum of MK Centennial Engineering, sketched out four Transit Plaza Parking Structure options illustrating proposed net-new parking spaces as well as estimated costs for each option. Council discussed the various options and provided direction to MK Centennial and to Town staff. Kracum will invite the Mall Partners and members of the community to the July 17, 2000 Council Work Session to further discuss the options. PARCEL "N" FINANCING DISCUSSION Finance Director, Marianne Rakowski, presented a summary of projected costs and financing for the Parcel "N" Affordable Housing Project. Calculation scenarios provided to Council included Parcel "N' Subsidy, Possible Funding Sources, Construction Costs as of June 27, 2000, Townhome Purchase Estimates, a Financing Scenario with 07-10-00ws Page 2 Subsidy#1 and a Financing Scenario Subsidy#2. Rakowski also summarized risk assessments with reference to construction costs, sale of units and use of Housing Reserves. Hatfield commented that the estimated sale prices were above the income level of most Town employees. Steve Connor summarized possible purchasing mechanisms. PARCEL "N" SITE PLAN & BUILDING PLAN REVIEW Housing Manager, Joe Coffey, and Scott Smith of Reno-Smith Architects, presented an overview of the most current Parcel "N" site plan which included floor plans and building elevations. Smith summarized adjustments made to previous floor plans, giving special consideration to soil and slope conditions. Council and staff discussed the Architectural Plan Review and Construction Schedule. ARTICLE IV, LAND USE CODE DISCUSSION Community Development Director, Craig Thompson and Town Attorney, Stephen Connor, reviewed changes made to Article IV of the Land Use Code. Council reviewed changes with particular attention to sections concerning Fences, Parking, Preserving Existing Vegetation, Ridgeline Protection Areas, Signs and Job Generation Rates with respect to Housing Mitigation. The Town Manager summarized modifications to methods of complying with requirements and methods for providing housing. Council considered the implications of existing language and requested changes. Council settled on a 65% mitigation requirement concerning Housing Mitigation Standards. The Work Session ended at 5:50 p.m. Submitted by: Rebecca Harlowe Records Manager SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 07-24-2000 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Kevin Costello, Jack Hatfield, and Douglas Mercatoris COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Council Member Mark Brady was absent. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Bernadette Barthelenghi, Landscape Architect; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Dave Peckler, Transportation Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Donna J. Garcia, Secretary/Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, Victor Gerdin, Joe Goldberger, Dale Rands, Bill Clark, Bob Purvis, Carolyn Purvis, Jack Kennedy, Pat Smith, Dina Bozza, Greg Keran, Bill Kane, Gert Van Moorsel, and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 2:15 p.m. INERVIEW APPLICANTS FOR CITIZENS GRANT REVIEW BOARD (CGRB) The Town Manager confirmed that there were four applicants who expressed an interest in serving on the Citizens Grant Review Board (CGRB). Applicants included Margery Fridstein, Mary Beth Bassett, Linda Sandels and Dan Alpert. Fridstein, Bassett and Sandels served on the Grants Review Committee in the past, which is a five-member Board with two alternates. None of the applicants were present. Suiter recommended Council appoint all of the applicants to the CGRB. After further discussion, Council requested that Suiter telephone Jim Hooker and invite him to submit an application to serve on this Board. LAND USE CODE DISCUSSION - ARTICLE V Chris Conrad, the Planning Director, outlined proposed amendments to Article V of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code (LUC). He requested that Council provide direction in order that staff might proceed with scheduling First Reading of an Ordinance to approve changes to Article V. 07-24-00ws Page 2 Council discussed incorporating language to better provide for site and architectural review of changes to existing buildings or new construction within previously approved PUD's, criteria used to evaluate the basis for amending a previously approved PUD, possible increase in the maximum allowable floor area of a structure, amendments to the Official Zone District Map, review procedures, process for Annual Temporary Use Permit (ATUP) applications, Planned Unit Developments (PUD), Pre-Sketch plan requirements, architecture and landscaping requirements, maximum buildout and the timeframe related to requests for additional information from applicants Council requested that the Planning Commission review and provide recommendations to Council regarding changes to Article V, that the Town attorney provide language at the next Council Meeting that allows Town- initiated rezoning and that the Planning Commission determine if an application is considered major or minor. Council further requested that staff draft submittal requirements for the Sketch Plan Process and Preliminary Review processes that will assist the applicant and Council with expediting Preliminary Review, that staff propose language for the applicant to provide detail or fenestration for mass and scale as well as for design criteria, that staff draft a general purpose statement addressing the Community Benefit section and that Preliminary Review of an application take precedence over Sketch Plan Reviews. ENTRYWAY/POOL DISCUSSION The Mayor provided an overview of previous Council discussions regarding this issue, as well as Entryway Plan scenarios. Council reviewed multiple concepts to accommodate parking and transit facilities for construction of a community pool and recreation center at this area. The discussion involved portions of the Horse Ranch Common Areas, including Parcel E, just north of the Rodeo Lot, which is dedicated to the Horse Ranch Homeowners' Association. The Landscape Architect provided a footprint analysis for a basketball court, small activity room and recreation center with locker rooms. The Community Development Director recommended that Council review the scenarios and have an interactive discussion with the residents, taking note of their comments, suggestions and concerns. The Town Engineer presented the Basalt roundabout design as a possible solution for the Brush Creek Road/ intersection. Costs for relocation of the roads, landscaping, and the pavement were discussed. Mayor Manchester explained that a citizen survey has not been conducted and funds are limited. He reported comments he has heard from citizens stating the need for family amenities in Snowmass Village. 07-24-00ws Page 3 Dale Rands, Bob Purvis, and Pat Smith from the Horse Ranch Association stated their opposition to relocation of Brush Creek Road, and stated that they felt the community would utilize a pool more than any other type of facility. The Homeowners requested a meeting in order to gain a better understanding of all the possible scenarios and their affect on the Horse Ranch subdivision. Smith invited Council to the next Homeowner's Association meeting. She will inform Council of the meeting date and time. The Work Session ended at 5:35 p.m. Submitted By: Donna J. Garcia, Secretarylrown Clerk Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Rebecca Harlowe by Status Report Sept. 139 2000 at 5 P.M. Bullets in Italics have been previously listed State of the Town August 31, 2000 Town Council/ Town Manager Aetivity/Staff Manager Status Mall Transit Plaza _ Nme. roceeding.with further design&cost Gary Suiter, Town Manager estimates otpirking structures. Next meeting is Sept 3 ' ■, Working on district formation and researching values. ■' Staff researching,market value ofparking space leases: Entryway Planning Project ■ Continuing pool dialogue with Horse Ranch HOA. Gaty Suiter, Town Manager ■ Pool design continues. Report on Sept. 5`h. Town Manager's Office Activities ■^;Proceeding w/Rodeo appraisal. Gary Suiter Town Attorne Activity/Staff Manager Status Town Attorney General Activities ■ Tje a-oping ba110tquesdon for excise tax on time- Steve Connor, Town Attorney share unts ': 0: Finishing;Guber trail license. ■ 'Anishing;revisions to the Snowmass Club Z 1; Finishing`Timbers project documents.` ■ AssJstin g on Droste reclamation project. ■ lssistingwith Parcel Nproject documents. 1 Public Works Activit y/Staff Manager Status Wood Run Dumpster ■ Currently,the attorney for Woodrun Five is Hunt Walker reviewing the record on this issue. Lemond Place 0,7'Water and Sanitation next week will begin replacing Hunt Walker the sewer line in this road. Should be finished in 5 ;`weeks. Musin Activity/Staff Manager Status Housing Department Activities ` IN a Creekside H-34 s for sale., l-brm for$94,935.19. Joe Coffey � Jeremy KCowalis Ahgs been selected for the Building MainteCtanced posihotq.:"• , ■0 Lisa Henkel vnll,be the"new Housing Secretary. Ashen"Eo thmgving was awarded the contract to repair the Wumain"View retaining walls. Work will begin aft erLabor Day,, ■: Hayes Brothers Pmnting will repaint the exterior of ,the Little Red Schoolhquse,;- ■ Reviewing Mountain View retaining wall constructton'bids.'` Parcel N.Employee Housing IN A Parcel "N'Public Hearing is scheduled for Sept. Joe Coffey St', 2000. • Weekly construction meetings are held on Thursdays at 1:30p.m. at the Housing Office. • Joe met with Sage Construction to discuss the Ridge Condominium inspection program. • The Design Team is investigating the 30% slope behind Building 1 for fill material. Finance Activity/Staff Manager Status Finance and Personnel Activities ■= Reviewing Drafl Pay& Chissication Plan Marianne Rakowski �� closing"August° nanciai statements: 1 , on revenue projections A'; Re''viewing Parcel N,financial proposals: `, Training'2 n¢ employees' Developing,budgets for supplemental funds. 2 Web Page Enhancement ■ Biking and hiking trails are complete. Nick Tucker ■ In process of adding the Snowmass Village business directory ■ Adding low-res version of Trails Map. ■ Adding"hot"button with info on bears or other "hot"topics. Town Clerk Activity/Staff Manager Status Town Clerk's Office Activities-,` �'.'Revising Central fle system `: Trudi Worline ■: ."Call`to:Artists''fdr new public art in Yarrow Park is underway;proposals are due by Sept. I I". ■,' Supporting Grant Review Board meetings, Board's final decisions for recommendations to TC will be Sept.•Xl�' . ■ Preparing for November Election ■ Rhonda Coxon will replace,Jennifer Worth as Deputy Town Clerk. Start date of Sept.6. Updating Town Clerk section of Town Web Page. ■' Preparing for Municipal Code Book update. 11.1. Checking 1999 RETT applications against Town property sales recorded with Pitkin County in 1999. ■ Supervising Public Service Worker 2 days per weep: ■ Updating Business/Sales Tiff License information . and instructions in preparation for upcoming licenserenewalsmailing.` A Investigating Initiative process and preparing to certify initiative petition and related documents. 10 Investigating BID formation process related to Clerk: ■ Organiing and preparing all Woodrun V Dumpster documents in response to receipt of a formal "Request for a copy of the Record"from Woodrun V,Attorneys. Police Activity/Staff Manager Status Police Department Activities ■ Mary Medusa has been hired as our new Municipal Art Smythe,Police Chief Court Clerk, r Pohce Dept provided event management support for'the Labor Day Music Festival. 3 Communi Develo ment DC12artment Activity/Staff Manager Status Community Development Director ■' Robert Voigt will be joining department on Sept Activities 18m as second Senior Planner. Craig Thompson ■ Entryway sign meeting with CDOT tentatively scheduled for Sept. 8th. Environmental and Wildli a Activities Manager Brush Creek Field Guide. ■`- Contract completed. Project timeline June 2002. T.B.A. Communi Enhancement Pro'ects Activity/Staff Manager Status Art Work/Interpretive Sigr►age for N' final design has been accepted for the mayfly trail. Installation should occur around August 28`x'. Brush Creek ■ Seasons Four has agreed to grant us a public rec. Bernadette Barthelenghi easement. • Town Attorney drafting easement—completed. • Brush clearing will happen the week of Aug. 21"— completed. • Drop structure construction will begin Sept. 51n 4 Park Shelter ■ Gazebo w/cedar shake roofing has been ordered. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ I Still waiting on additional pricing for fireplace& seat wall. Staff will bring to Council on Sept. 5`h. Plans & Polic Develo ment Activity/Staff Manager Status Affordable Housing Mitlgatiop p :Article IV Housing mitigation presented July 10. Joe Coffey Brush Creek/Benedict Trail N Began field survey June 0h. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Waiting for survey data. ■ August 15'h—Met with the aquatic biologist/hydrologist for design input. Bio-Water Assessment ■:Monitorini has been ongoing since July.' Bernadette Barthelenghi ■:Augustl6' ,we began inventoryoffgh in Brush Creels. ;Sofar, lots,ofsrzes`and colors have been found . : . Greenway Master Plan ■ Staff needs to complete a final report to GOCO by Bernadette Barthelenghi Aug. 31"to receive final money. ■ Input from Planning Commission expected in Sept. ■ Staff is completing final report Land Use Code Amendments ■ Article V work session &First Reading, Sept. 11. Chris Conrad Trails Planning ■ Sign program to be installed this summer/fall. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Wooden signs have been ordered for backcountry trails. ■ Owl Creek Trail is being built. Staff is overseeing construction. Watershed Management Plan ■;k Data in a draft form has been submitted to the Bernadette Barthelenghi .Town., 111,' Mapping of the watershed data was successful. 5 Wor Development Review U date Project I Manager Update Daly Lane Conference Center ■ Received application August 2" . Sketch Plan ■ Joint PC/TC Meeting tentatively scheduled for Oct. Chris Conrad 16. Parcel N Preliminary PUD R :PC review tentatively scheduled for Sept. 20 subject Chris Conrad to TC permitting simultaneous review with Snowmass Club Phase Il Sketch Seven Star Ranch ■ Extension granted to November 20. Gary Suiter/Steve Connor Snowmass Center Expansion ■ Applicant considering withdrawal. Sketch Plan Chris Conrad Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch ■ Original application withdrawn June 12. Plan ■ Amended sketch plan submitted June 26 Chris Conrad ■ Joint PC/TC meeting Sept. 5. ■ PC review commences Sept.20. The Timbers at Snowmass ■ -'Partial coistruction permit issued August 30td. Chris Conrad ■ ° Completed final plat and documents,per final PUD, be reviewed by staff to complete Sept. 1� Rodeo Grounds Pre-Sketch ■ Joint PC/TC meeting Sept.5d. Chris Conrad Minor Develo ment Review U date Project / Manager Update Tamarack Minor ■ Minor addition to create new office space and improve pool Chris Conrad locker rooms. ■ Approved administratively August 18`h. Building permit issued Subdivision Exemption ■ To condominiumize existing duplex plus caretakers quarters. Lot 1,Ridge Run Unit I ■ Schedule for Sept II th TC meeting. , Chris Conrad Subdivision Exemption 0 T condomimumize'existing duplex., Lot 2,Ridge Run Unit l[ ■Schedule for Sept 18, TC meeting, Chris Conrad 6 Administration Modi ication, SUP, TUP, Variance Administrative ■ Snowmass Wafer SamtationDistriq Employee Housing, Modificatioris " GoveriiinentalSi'r1� �t 0 Lqt 15,�Z-v Cgeel a. Special Review ■ Public"}Works Operation Facility Expansion. Variances m Lot,32;Coutry;ClubI;Stump "PC,onSept 2©�. Parcel IvI„Faraway Rauch'S ,P C. on Oct �4.' ti En orcement U date Project / Manager Update Brush Creek Offices Ir Draft an agreement to resolve the land use disputes Chris Conrad between Brush Creek Offices and Woodbridge Homeowners. Scheduled for September completion. Pendin U date Project / Manager Update AT&T Cell Site a@,,TlmberLnw APprp�v ut>e 7 #s ; .4 e` ed Pease r utred, 7ow>�-owned land Maintenance$uddmg; �1 a Chris Coorad. 3 utlll:ng Qrinit"applicationsubm"fitted" Z Additional anfor�tta�on needed 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 IN Applicant preparing to submit interim SPA administrative modification 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. Trans ortation Prqject / Manager Update : - Janus Jazz ■ Finished negotiations on who will be handling their David Peckler VIP/General parking needs and Town bus service for the Labor day Festival. 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T.C./W.S. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 -2:00 P.M. -Budget? T.C./W.S.Mtg. -4:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 - C.A.S.T.Mtg. -9:00 A.M. @ Park City C.A.S.T.Mtg. @ Park City 29 30 31 09/05/00 TUE 14:22 FAX 9707049284 RFRHA pulo. 14LO 40 TG 11002 �AliC911K�b�d 9/Soo To: Mayor and Council Members, Town of Snowmass Village From: Alice Hubbard Re: Minor RTA IGA change requests from Glenwood Springs Date: September 5, 2000 At their August 31 meeting, the Glenwood Springs city council voted to sign the IGA, but with the following very minor additions. 1. Add the following words in bold to Section 2.01 (b) ....by a majority of the registered electors residing within the Initial Boundaries of the Authority at the time of the election who vote in a general election.... 2. Add a Section 8.03 (f): Provisions concerning access contained in the Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority Intergovernmental Agreement shall be honored by the RTA. 3. Add a phrase to Section 8.04 a (add the words in bold): ...within the boundaries of the Authority (such as the Traveler or equivalent services) in addition to ..... 4. Add an appendix that shows the proportion of funding that each member would contribute to the RTA based on the proposed sales tax rates, using the 1999 figures contained in the RTA funding proposal chart. L• NVrc�ve arr PeR I 1 4 / ` rY`L� � ____ � — c 1 M / L I X I d- Opel —__ rA//TINT INTIRDIP/ PARR/NI IIA L� I I It _.._ ! ex.tk�IL k Rk a rI O aY.T"Wl1 ' . D fNILTIR eX. f i I • I • f I 4 b Mtl.rr 0 Irlf jTMIIN L I O O 49A L IINf0 INT&Acvpr *e.w,, t x• s R k e N c \ / Rlfk ICI RD i Site Plan I"=-60' a o . c� 7 � �A€fi • m 3 �6�• � Rodeo Lot Due Diligence Ell ; s ° s � 1 t= � i i--�-a4•o� I j ! 1 I i i ` � N Second Floor Plan I, _ 4 r n»o x I I Ground Floor Plan;��Z�f� '• ° 8 N L#1 I I I I I I � I 3000 sf Architectural Model Elevation 09/05/00 TUE 14:22 FAX 9707049284 RFREA StA,o Z`L4 .i,. TG Qh002 kt bt:-0 w 4woca�4 9/r/oc To: Mayor and Council Members, Town of Snowmass Village From: Alice Hubbard Re: Minor RTA IGA change requests from Glenwood Springs Date: September 5, 2000 At their August 31 meeting, the Glenwood Springs city council voted to sign the IGA, but with the following very minor additions. 1. Add the following words in bold to Section 2.01 (b) ....by a majority of the registered electors residing within the Initial Boundaries of the Authority at the time of the election who vote in a general election.... 2. Add a Section 8.03 (f): Provisions concerning access contained in the Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority Intergovernmental Agreement shall be honored by the RTA. 3. Add a phrase to Section 8.04 a (add the words in bold): ...within the boundaries of the Authority (such as the Traveler or equivalent services) in addition to ..... 4. Add an appendix that shows the proportion of funding that each member would contribute to the RTA based on the proposed sales tax rates, using the 1999 figures contained in the RTA funding proposal chart. "C,< ��' � "�°`�"'."n".,.�°,v+�p ,5 ;'y, -sr.--�...-.-^� '3T'",: �P"M1a'x^^wYr�+-• �- - r q�.•i �.Y y ti; ir.n£iy,� I i k'AstS � .. a yt •.� e J�. j d e -,t ,,x •• - �'. -STOWMASS L,i kr x . , SNQW11�iriSS CI;UB PUD,PARCH- �4,lo., ; _ SNOWNMASS VIMXOE, OLORAbO ' ,. y�+ `}'f� � 't?MY S"O�3 a v,y,s �?'"+�Sf $Y,ybi ws• �.(„3Yx 9r" rit r Y. �ry � '?s �"�L t ,k _�k REVISED NDMENT T0:A aB I bl f T . . ROCK r CREEK 5TUD10 August 22, 2000 Chris Conrad Town of Snowmass Village P. O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Rodeo Property Pre-Sketch Plan Application— Otak Project No. 10510 Dear Mr. Conrad: As required by the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council Ordnance No. 09 Series of 2000, we submit the following information and accompanied documents to satisfy the application requirements for the Pre-Sketch Plan process. Applicant: Jay N. Weinberg 3275 County Road 100 Carbondale, CO 81623 Property Owners: Snowmass Recreational Land Company, LLC P. O. Box 5009 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Applicant respectfully submits this pre-sketch application to seek an understanding of the Town Council's receptivity of the attached proposed plan for the identified property parcel. We acknowledge that comments and representations made as a part of this process are non-binding. Following narrative briefly outlines the proposed property uses and activities with attachments showing existing conditions and proposed development. Narrative The development plan objectives are to: I. Develop a mixed-use plan that satisfies the criteria listed in the Town's Comprehensive Master Plan and defined in the Land Use and Development Code. 2. Provide the Town with a plan that fosters attainable single family home opportunities for Snowmass Village's working community, live/work opportunities for home-based businesses and foundations,a gas station and convenience store and recreational opportunities. J:\RCS Projects\Current Projec0\10510-Rodeo Due Ddigence\Rodeo Pre-Sketch Plan Subminal 0822m,"d ;9 M ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING B 36 n fourth street GI LANDSCAPE Carbondale, colorado 81623-2012 ARCHITECTURE (970) 963-1971 PLANNING fax (970) 963-1622 SURVEYING& NAPPING www.otak.com URBAN DESIGN Chris Conrad Page 2 Rodeo Property Pre-Sketch Plan Application, August 22, 2000 3. Provide the applicant with a fair return from the investment on the property and associated development. Through the above stated objectives and the following uses and activities are proposed as a part of the attached plan: 1. Single family residential units 2. Multi-family live/work units 3. Commercial-gas fueling/convenience 4. Recreation activity-Access connections to Town's trail system and community park facilities; opportunity for partnership to maintain Rodeo activities and public access to and maintenance of fishing pond facility 5. Transportation -provide pedestrian access to Town's transit system and RFTA bus stops locations 6. Storm water detention and water quality protection of Brush Creek 7. Common open space dedication for the purpose of protecting existing wetlands and establishing landscape buffers between existing land uses and proposed Sincerely, Otak, Incorporated Joh McCarty Senior Landscape Architect jhm J:\RCS Projecte\Current Projects\10510-Rodeo Due Diligence\Rodeo Pre-Sketch Plan Subraitud 082200,"d l ' A S P E N S K I I N G COMPANY June 26, 2000 Chris Conrad Planning Director Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Chris: Please find attached our Revised Sketch Plan Application for Phase Two of the Snowmass Club Redevelopment. This submission is for a major amendment to the Snowmass Club PUD. We are also requesting a concurrent special review to allow timeshare as required by the Land Use Code. We have decided to reduce the scope of Phase Two from 30 units to 21 units. In addition to impacting our potential financial returns, this change brings Phase One and Two to 85% of the density shown in the Comprehensive Plan for the site. Corresponding to the provisions of the Land Use Code, we have eliminated most of the Community Benefit previously discussed due to the reduction in density. However, we continue to include significant upgrades to the golf course and club facilities. These improvements alone will exceed $7 million which will have a positive impact on our community. Please call me if you have any questions. Sincerely, Don Schuster Vice President-Real Estate DMS/djd Post Office Box 1238 -Acpm. CO 81612 Y70.925.1220 ego LEGAL DESCRIPTION The Snowmass Club(Club)is located on Snowmass Club Circle in the Town of Snowmass Village. The Club is part of the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development(PUD),as shown on the vicinity map. The Snowmass Club PUD is comprised of fourteen parcels,three of which are the subject of this application. The parcels are parcels 3, 4,and 10. Parcel 3 includes the Club Villas unrestricted condominium units,the Villas North restricted condominium units,and the overflow parking lot for the Club. The Club facilities and condominiums are located on parcel 4,and the golf course and proposed clubhouse are located on parcel 10. The Snowmass Club Phase Two Sketch Plan 1 ���5 C �OS a r e d � OWners � %�O A S P E N S K I I N G COMPANY June 23,2000 Mr. Chris Conrad Planning Director Town of Snowmass Village 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Re: Application for sketch plan review of Snowmass Club P.U.D. redevevelopment, Phase IL Dear Chris: The Town of Snowmass Village Land Use Code requires a certification from an attorney licensed to practice in Colorado regarding the ownership of the subject property and consent to the application. I am an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado. I hereby certify that the property subject to the application (condominium units, common elements,and grounds comprising the Snowmass Club, including Phase 11) is owned in fee simple by Snowmass Club Associates, a Colorado general partnership ("SCA"). Policies of title insurance further evidencing such ownership are available for inspection by you in my office. Aspen Skiing Company, L.L.C. is a general partner in SCA and owns 99% of the ownership interests therein. The remaining 1% of SCA is owned by a wholly owned subsidiary of Aspen Skiing Company,L.L.C. I am an officer and authorized representative of Aspen Skiing Company, L.L.C. Aspen Skiing Company, L.L.C., as general partner of SCA, hereby consents to the filing of the referenced application for amendment of the Snowmass Club P.U.D. As always,please feel free to call me if you wish to discuss any of the contents of this letter. Sincerely, jL / f Daktd Vack V.P./General Counsel cc: Don Schuster Post Ofiee Box 1248 -Aspen, CO 81 612 970.925.1210 ®nxmm .idw u ..skiupenxom __ �1 ap I ' i j Wild id M Ranc j Melton , C H• ■ � I I � o i blooni / Sarm tit un / Wood Run I I i ► N*Jd Lady un wi FwWWuR fan urt i DESIGN WORKSHOP sue+.(aw)aso-uss I / o.. Mw � ✓✓ wwrvs�0►.rpys I Is'sYmass I �� I / Csla QprllYa.,4l a a000 '� Ce aawmeas Stable#and Rodeo Grounds a U y o CA 7 0 $r0Wra lt m® o rrek J, J l� r Owl Creek own Hom r K :.a LM ., p ..... / sy Location Map iver National forest Not to Scale I: Develve Nterc'r'- I° (41% Development Plan The applicant's objectives for Phase II are as follows: • Completion of the re-development of the Snowmass Club providing ownership with an ongoing viable operation. • Construction of 21 fractionally owned condominiums to provide additional skier days, restaurant, retail and membership sales. • Improve the quality of the existing 18-hole golf course. • Addition of a golf and tennis clubhouse in response to member and guest requests. • Enhancing member and guest tennis experiences by providing a permanent indoor tennis facility and improved outdoor check in facilities. • Providing membership, resort guests and town residents improved parking and services. • Improve vehicular circulation and pedestrian access from parking to the athletic club. • Provide improvements to Brush Creek through portions of the property. As considered in the initial sketch plan review last year, the applicant is proposing to develop additional units to be sold as 1/7`h fractional interests on portions of Parcels 3 and 4 of the Snowmass Club PUD. The Comprehensive Plan indicates a density of 60 units at buildout as shown on the Future Land Use Map and Buildout Chart adopted by the TOSV. Based on the experience gained in marketing Phase 1, the applicant is applying for 21 Phase II units consisting of four-bedroom units averaging 2,400 square feet for a total residential square footage of approximately 50,400 square feet. Purchasers will be provided a right to use the Snowmass Club with the same privileges as a regular member of the club while in residence in the same manner as provided to purchasers of Phase I. Additional elements of Phase II include: • Construction of a 7,500 square foot golf and tennis clubhouse complete with proshop, day and seasonal lockers, showers, food and beverage, and bag storage facilities. • Providing golf cart storage beneath the clubhouse allowing the operation to convert to quieter, more environmentally friendly electric powered carts. • Removal of the tennis bubble and replacement with a permanent indoor tennis facility. • Establishment of vehicular access and surface parking providing convenient member access to the athletic club. • Replacement of the two outdoor tennis courts removed in Phase I. • Conversion of the temporary parking provided in Phase I to permanent parking. • Improvements to the existing golf course as follows: • Leveling fairways and new turf on seven holes • Install continuous cart path • Replace irrigation system • New turf on all greens • Additional drainage on four holes • Additional tees on four holes • Extend existing hole one to a par five • Shorten existing hole two to a par three • Create new hole nine to return to clubhouse • Combine existing holes 8 and 9 to a new par five, number 11 • Create new expanded green at existing hole 14 • Create new hole 18 adjacent to pond and softball field • Misc. reshaping of fairways and bunkers • Additional trees and landscaping • New signage/tee markers • Additional bathroom near existing hole twelve green The routing of improvements to the golf course are shown on the site plans of this submission. The site plan labeled Option One is preferred with Brush Creek Road remaining in its present location. The site plan labeled Option II anticipates that Brush Creek Road would be relocated pursuant to the Entry Plan prepared in a joint planning effort last year. If the town prefers Option II, the clubhouse could be accessed from Brush Creek Road. Option II precludes continued use of the softball field for any further public utilization. Neither option impacts the proposed location of parking or new clubhouse. Proposed Buildout: This Phase 11 application contains an application to construct 21 units bringing the total number of units for Phase I and II to 51. This represents 85% of the allowable density as shown in the Future Land Use Map and Buildout Chart of the Comprehensive Plan. If Town Council determines that the PUD complies with the applicable provisions of Subsection (c) [general restrictions], the standards of§ 16A-5-310 and any other applicable provisions of this Code, then a PUD may develop up to, but not more than, eighty-five percent of the maximum number of future lots/units identified for that subdivision or other development in the Buildout analysis. Utilities: Water and Sanitation services to the proposed development shall be provided by Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. An existing sewer main servicing Fairway Drive will need to be relocated during construction. Holy Cross shall provide electric service. KN Energy shall provide gas service. US West shall provide telephone service. AT&T shall provide CATV service. Fire protection will be provided by Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District. Employee Housing: During the initial sketch plan review for Phase I and II, the Town requested that the applicant bring employee housing forward as a component of the Phase I application to accelerate construction of much needed employee housing. The applicant agreed. The housing is currently under construction. Subsequent to this agreement the Town has amended Chapter Four of the Land Use Code to require employee housing to be constructed with each additional Multi-family unit approved at a ratio of 0.5 to one. The applicant feels the employee housing under construction more than adequately provides for this newly required housing mitigation, especially in light of the fact that at buildout the Snowmass Club employee census will be less than when the Lodge was in operation. Further, at completion of Phase II, the project will be fully mitigated by virtue of the fact that the original Lodge was fully mitigated by the construction of employee housing within the PUD including Villas North. Using the current employee generation rates under the Land Use Code, at the completion of Phase I and II the project will have fewer employees than when the 76 rooms of the Lodge were in operation. This is demonstrated on the chart on the following page. Employee Generation Summary Chart* Use Original Club Generation Rate Employees Generated Phase One and Two Club• Generation Rate Employees Generated"' Difference Commercial** 12800 sf 5.57 jobs/1000 sf 55 =na 5.57 jobs/1000 sf 55 0 OlTicc 0 sf 3.78 jobs/1000 sf nor 3.78 jobs/1000 sf na nor Multi-family nor .5 jobs/unit nor .5 jobstunit 20 20 Single-family na .3 jobs/lot na na .3 'obs/lot 0 na Hotel/Lodge Room 76 rooms 44 jobs/room 26 _ nor A4 jobs/room 0 .26 Ski Restaurants na 4.58 jobs/1000'sf na 4.58 jobs/I ODD sf 0 nor Ski Areas na 82.6 jobs/1000 sf na na 82.6 jobs/1000 sf 0 na Conference Censer na .97jobs/1000 sf na na 97jobs/1000 sf 0 ins Health Club 14000 sf 1.47 jobs/1000 sf IG 18500 sf 1.47 jobs/1000 sf 21 15 TOTAL 96 95 -1 employee t I *summarizes winter uses only as specified in land use code,go#clubhouse not intended for winter use **includes lobby/receplion,offices,restaurant/kitchen, housekeeping and other support areas "*generation rate divided by 1.3 '*"provided in Parcel 12 Employee Housing Review Criteria Pursuant to TOSV Land Use Code Section 16A-5-300(b)(2), the Planning Commission and Town Council should consider the following in a conceptual manner during sketch plan review: 1. Use: The continuation of the Private Residence Club concept of 1/7h ownership is consistent and appropriate use for this location. The Council found this to be consistent with the PUD and Comprehensive Plan in Phase I. It will provide additional tourist accommodation beds for the village. This use also avoids the incompatibility issues previously seen with Club members and Lodge guests and groups. The club amenities and existing operations will be able to provide services to these units with staffing levels below the historic employee census while the lodge was in operation. Parcel 10 is currently permitted for golf. The proposed clubhouse is compatible within the permitted use. The indoor tennis facilities proposed for Parcel 4 is a permitted use based on previous TOSV ordinances (Ordinance No. 8 of the Series 1980, Section 3 (h) and Ordinance No. 31 of the Series 1983, Section 1). 2. Comprehensive Plan: The proposed development is consistent with the newly adopted TOSV Comprehensive Plan and Future Lad Use Map. The units constructed in Phase I and proposed in this application represent 85% buildout of the 60 units contemplated in the Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map. The designation of Parcels 3 and 4 as MU-PUD allows time-share as a permitted use. 3. Landscape and Architecture: The architecture for the proposed units and golf clubhouse as shown in this application will closely adhere to the design concepts developed for Phase I recently approved by the Town. Natural materials will be utilized consistent with the other structures in the neighborhood. These will include board and batten cedar siding, Telluride Gold Granite, rough sawn and chinked horizontal siding and cedar shake shingle roofs. The twenty-one condominium units will be housed in two 3-story buildings over covered parking sited on each side of Brush Creek. Building height will be maintained below the 44' height limit previously approved for Parcel 4. With the completion of Phase II, Parcel 4 will remain over 90% open space well within the 25% previously approved. The landscape plan will continue the palate of plant materials utilized in Phase I including native grasses and shrubs in appropriate areas. The drainage issues near the existing club entry identified by the town engineer during Phase I review will be corrected. This design will be coordinated with the Town engineer and will be presented with the preliminary plan application as required. Another community benefit is seen with this application by the development of a paved path along Brush Creek from Clubhouse Lane to Snowmass Club Circle. This will provide a convenient connection from Snowmass Club Circle to the easement provided by the applicant to the Town in Phase I for a pathway along Highline road to the intersection of Brush Creek and Highline Roads. 4. Access and Parking: A total of 430 permanent parking spaces will exist upon completion of Phase II consistent with the 500 maximum spaces contemplated and approved during TOSV approval of Phase I. Vehicular access to the new units will be provided from Clubhouse Lane to the below grade parking garage. The new Clubhouse and parking will be accessed from Highline Road, Snowmass Club Circle and Clubhouse Lane. A full traffic and circulation plan and study will be included with the preliminary plan submission as required by the land use code. 5. Natural Resources: Significant Brush Creek stream restoration will occur in Phase II including the redirection of the primary stream flow through golf course ponds on the existing 14`h and 15`h holes and streambed enhancements adjacent to the proposed residential units. This concept has received prior support from the TOSV and the Army Corp of Engineers. Phase II also includes a Brush Creek streambed enhancement from near the existing club vehicular entry to Clubhouse Lane. This enhancement will be designed in cooperation with TOSV staff to insure consistency with Brush Creek work previously undertaken by the Town. Additional considerations for the creation of freshwater wetlands will be made in the design of renovated golf holes. 6. Phasing: The golf clubhouse construction, clubhouse parking and the new Hole 1,9 and 18 would commence after the completion of construction and closings of the Phase I interests. This commencement could be as soon as the spring of 2001 with completion the following winter. Work on other golf holes would occur through the next year. The construction of the Phase II condominium units and indoor tennis facility would occur as soon as the golf parking and clubhouse was available as the site for one of the buildings is the current site for golf parking. 7. 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Size The average square footage of all dwelling units is 2,400 square feet. The total square footage for all proposed structures proposed in Phase 11(condominiums,tennis structure,and golf clubhouse) is 103,571 (2.38 ac). The number of bedrooms is 84. The gross residential density in units per acre for the residential development parcel upon completion of Phase II will be 2.4 Floor Area The Floor area of all structures proposed in Phase 11 within the development is 103,571 square feet Population The anticipated population to be generated by Phase II of the development is 0 permanent residents, 8 employees (winter), and 126 tourists (at 100%occupancy and average of 1.5 persons per bedroom). It is important to note that the employee census at the completion of Phase Two will equal the number of employees required to run the Snowmass Lodge and Club, prior to Phase One improvements. Market The target market for the proposed project includes individuals and families interested in second-home ownership, those who have already purchased interests in Phase One, and club members. The proposed project will be a 1/7" fractional-ownership,club concept product. Open Space Approximately 90 percent of the project land area will be common open space. The total project land area is 219.18 ac,the proposed building coverage is 47,700 sf(1.09 ac)and the proposed drive/parking area is 60,900 sf(1.4 ac). The residential development parcel(Parcel 4)will total 22.2 acres. Under the proposal,the total coverage will be 2.1 acres, and 91 percent open space. Parcel Ten totals 187.8 acres. with 2400 sq. ft. of building coverage today. Under the proposal, the total coverage will be .13 acres, and 99 percent open space. Pursuant to the applicants agreement with the Country Club Townhomes and Club Villas upon completion of Phase 11 Parcel Ten will be subject to a conservation easement preventing any further development. Height The height of the proposed condominium buildings and the golf clubhouse will not exceed 44 feet except for a minor roof peak representing less than 10%of the total roof area. Employees The number of employees required to operate the proposed improvements in this application (21 condominium units)will be 8(winter). Any increase in employees due to the addition of the golf clubhouse is ignored since they do not create a wintertime impact. (Sec 16A-4-410)The applicant is providing employee housing in Phase One which exceeds the mitigation needed for both phases of the Snowmass Club project. Additionally, using the employee generation rates under the current land use code the number of employees for both Phase I and 11 is less than the number of employees generated by the 76 lodge rooms previously operated. Employee housing requirements for the Lodge was 100%mitigated in the PUD by previous land use approvals. The Snowmass Club Phase Two Sketch Plan Water Supply and Sewage Disposal The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District will provide these utility services. The utilities are already provided to the parcels included in this application. Access and Easements Legal access is available to the properties as the applicant owns them and existing access exists. Parking, Circulation,and Transit The proposed number of parking spaces is 430 in total, 210 in Parcel 4 alone. This is in keeping with previous approvals setting a maximum of 500 spaces on Parcel 4. The proposed locations of these spaces is illustrated on the "Site Plans" contained in this application. The "Site Plans" also identify existing and Phase One planned transit and pedestrian improvements,which will serve the improvements proposed as part of this application. Timetable Only one PUD filing is anticipated with this application. The improvements will be constructed in phases, as necessary to keep the golf course in continuous operation. Construction Phase One: The golf clubhouse. adjacent parking, replacement outdoor tennis courts, new holes I, 9 and 18 will commence once Phase One construction and real estate closings are completed, anticipated start as early as Spring 2001. Construction Phase Two: condominium units, indoor tennis structure, and adjacent parking area will commence as soon as the clubhouse, new golf holes and parking are available for use. Construction Phase Three: remaining golf course improvements are anticipated to be completed over several years to prevent disruption to course play. The Snowmass Club Phase Two Sketch Plan 09/05/00 TUE 14:22 FAX 9707049284 RFRHA "u, 0001 0 001 oy -�f IM A IN IN IN m S rOM'h■ . 3 c°wnti°s 1 pffq FOR BETTER. FA$r6R TRANe1T P.O. Box 1270 Carbondale,CO 81623 Phone:970.96 3-9012 Fax:970-704-9284 rmax To, Fa�c g w Pages: Phone Dots. Rat CC: P1Q.[Idt� i'YLQ,ltQ, co�ac.P� � ��Qiy,,,Y k I, l/IiticGa� Luc 04/05/00 TUE 14:22 FA% 9707049284 RFRRA X1002 To: Mayor and Council Members, Town of Snowmass Village From: Alice Hubbard Re: Minor RTA IGA change requests from Glenwood Springs Date: September 5, 2000 At their August 31 meeting, the Glenwood Springs city council voted to sign the IGA, but with the following very minor additions. 1. Add the following words in bold to Section 2.01 (b) ....by a majority of the registered electors residing within the Initial Boundaries of the Authority at the time of the election who vote in a general election.... 2. Add a Section 8.03 (f): Provisions concerning access contained in the Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority Intergovernmental Agreement shall be honored by the RTA. 3. Add a phrase to Section 8.04 a (add the words in bold): ...within the boundaries of the Authority (such as the Traveler or equivalent services) in addition to ..... 4. Add an appendix that shows the proportion of funding that each member would contribute to the RTA based on the proposed sales tax rates, using the 1999 figures contained in the RTA funding proposal chart. Phase III Club Improvements Renovation of Existing 18 Hole Course to include: • Leveling fairways and new turf on seven holes • Install continuous cart paths • Replace irrigation system • New turf on all greens • Additional drainage on four holes • Additional tees on four holes • Extend existing hole one to a par five • Shorten existing hole two to a par three • Create new hole nine to return to clubhouse • Combine existing holes 8 and 9 to a new par five • Create new expanded green at existing hole 14 • Create new hole 18 adjacent to pond and softball field • Misc. reshaping of fairways.and bunkers • Additional trees and landscaping • New signage/tee markers • Additional bathroom near existing twelve green Construction of a new clubhouse to include: • Golf Pro Shop • Bag Drop and Storage • Men's and Ladies locker rooms with shower and bath facilities • 40 seat grill room with outside deck for dining/tournament scoring/award ceremonies • Tennis retail area • Covered cart storage and wash pad • Approximately 150 parking spaces adjacent to clubhouse Tennis Facility upgrade as follows: • Construction of two permanent indoor tennis courts/removal of tennis bubble • Replacement of two exterior tennis courts removed in Phase I with synthetic clay courts • Replacement of Summerhouse with new tennis control structure of approximately 1000 square feet including check in desk, change rooms, restrooms and retail area Total estimated cost of Club improvements = $7.6 Million M C- V To: Mayor, Town Council Members From: Michael and Debbie Somma Re: Exception to Employee Housing Rule on Allowing Improvements (Attachment) The purpose of my presentation is to ask for exception pertaining to receiving credit for improvements made to Country Club Townhome #19. My reasons are: 1 Country Club Townhomes are surrounded by $1,000,000+ homes. 2 Level of housing and upkeep is significantly different than any other employee housing in Snowmass. 3 When we bought home, most of bare essentials had not been maintained, replaced or upgraded in over eight years. 4 Most recent sale of similar home was $275,000 three years ago. (Current price of our home $278,000, located on golf course.) 5 Attachment details exact items and reasons that changes were made (approximately $8,165). When we purchased home in 1994, we attempted to live with condition of home as it existed. As noted in attachment, the condition of basic items were unacceptable and not functional. We are requesting an allowance of$6,000 to asking price for improvements. The unit is in dramatically improved condition since we purchased it in 1994. Thank you for your consideration on this important matter. Reg Mje4ael Somma Improvements/Somma 500 Snowmass Club Circle #19 Carpet $3,000 Property had four different types of carpeting, all in poor condition. Prior owner had carpet steam cleaned after vacating. When we took possession carpet remained dirty. Called to have carpet steam cleaned again and was told it had been allowed to get so dirty and stained, particulary the stairs, that nothing could be done. Window Coverings $800 Five blinds were bent/damaged and strings to open and close did not operate properly. Light Fixtures $2"J'AD Replaced six fixtures. Fixtures were very old and lighting was very poor. Stove $400* One burner didn't work. One leg was missing, sat at an angle where you couldn't even keep an egg in a pan. Large piece of porcelain missing. Washer/Dryer $500* Very old. Washer would not spin all the water out of laundry, took three hours to dry a load of laundry. Dryer door was broken, wouldn't stay shut and would shut off when door vibrated open. *Does not include $50 to have items hauled away. Refrigerator $700 Very old. Shelves were broken, duct tape was used to hold shelves in place in the door. Mold growing on tape. Priced replacing broken items, extremely expensive. Also, refrigerator was too large for kitchen, stuck out into kitchen to where there was only two feet to get through. Kitchen Sink $100 When we moved in there was water all over under the sink. Had obviously been leaking for a long time, wood damaged and moldy. Had to have plumber replace pipes. Wall Paper Kitchen $200 Walls were never finished, no texture, for wallpapering, however, no one ever wallpapered. Tiled Kitchen Counter Tops $600 Fake oak formica had pieces missing out of edges. Kitchen Cabinets $300 Cabinets had been painted and the paint was peeling off. Stripped cabinets, had glass installed in upper cabinet doors, repainted and replaced hardware. Livina Room Sliding Door $100 Rollers on sliding door had worn away to where you couldn't get door open. Located door from unit in neighborhood being renovated and had it installed. Front Screen Door $400 There are no windows that open on the front of the home, therefore, no cross ventilation. Living area has southern exposure. Bedroom Window $100 So much moisture between panes of glass you couldn't see out. Tile Around Tub and Shower Enclosure/Wallpaper $200 Enclosure wasn't large enough. Water overspray released the wallpaper and the drywall was rotting underneath. Bushes $125 Installed five potentellas. In addition to the above, have nearly repainted entire unit. Prior owner's children had written on the walls and on the back of the bedroom doors. As agreed to at 8/24/00 RTA Policy Committee meeting 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 12,2000 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. 02-67662.11 Section5.02. Chair...............................................................................................................10 Section5.03. Vice Chair.......................................................................................................10 Section5.04. Secretary.........................................................................................................10 Section5.05. Treasurer.........................................................................................................1 l Section 5.06. Executive Director..........................................................................................11 Section 5.07. Resignation and Removal...............................................................................1 l Section 5.08. Changes to Authority, Powers and Duties......................................................11 Section5.09. Vacancies........................................................................................................1 l Section5.10. Compensation.................................................................................................1 l 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 Section7.01. Baseline Funding............................................................................................13 Section 7.02. Additional Authority Sales Taxes...................................................................15 Section 7.03. Visitor Benefit Tax.........................................................................................15 Section 7.04. Discretionary Member Contributions.............................................................15 Section 7.05. Mitigation of Development Impacts...............................................................16 Section 7.06. Pursuit of Grants.............................................................................................16 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........................................................................................16 Section 8.02. Reorganization of RFTA................................................................................17 Section 8.03. Reorganization ofRFRHA.............................................................................18 Section 8.04. Maintenance of Effort.....................................................................................18 Section 8.05. Aspen Local Service.......................................................................................19 ARTICLE IX MEMBERS Section9.01. Initial Members ..............................................................................................19 Section 9.02. Withdrawal of Initial Members......................................................................19 02.67662.11 ii Section 9.03. Additional Members.......................................................................................20 ARTICLE X TERM AND DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS UPON TERMINATION Section10.01. Effective Date.................................................................................................21 Section10.02. Termination....................................................................................................21 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..................................................................................22 Section 12.02. Amendments to Boundaries............................................................................22 Section 12.03. Modification of Appendices B-I through B-6................................................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............................................................................................................22 Section13.05. Assignment.....................................................................................................23 Section13.06. Severability.....................................................................................................23 Section 13.07. Interpretation ..................................................................................................23 Section13.08. Goveming Law...............................................................................................23 Section13.09. Counterparts ...................................................................................................23 APPENDIX A DETERMINATION OF BOUNDARIES OF THE AUTHORITY APPENDIX B-1 PITKIN COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION APPENDIX B-2 GLENWOOD SPRINGS BALLOT QUESTION 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 SERVICE GOALS APPENDIX D CREDITS TO PITKIN COUNTY WITH RESPECT TO OUTSTANDING PITKIN COUNTY BONDS PAYABLE FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES TAXES 02-67662.1 iii TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS Section 1.01. Definitions from the Act...................................................................................2 Section1.02. Other Definitions..............................................................................................2 ARTICLE II ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AUTHORITY AND INITIAL MEMBERS Section2.01. Establishment...................................................................................................5 Section2.02. Purpose.............................................................................................................5 Section2.03. Boundaries........................................................................................................6 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...........................................................................................................8 Section 3.03. Alternate Directors ...........................................................................................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 ...........9 Section 3.11. Powers of the Board.........................................................................................9 Section3.12. Bylaws and Rules.............................................................................................9 Section 3.13. Additional Directors.........................................................................................9 ARTICLE IV ADVISORYCOMMITTEES ........................................................................................................9 ARTICLE V OFFICERS Section5.01. Generally ........................................................................................................10 02.67662.11 APPENDIX E RATIONALE FOR DIFFERENT FUNDING LEVELS FROM DIFFERENT AREAS APPENDIX F INITIAL CAPITAL PROGRAM APPENDIX G INVENTORY OF RFTA ASSETS 02-67662.11 iv ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT THIS ROARING ORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AG. EMENT (this agreement") is entered into as of September 12, 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 municipal' •ithorized to establish, by contract, rural transportation authorities, which, upon the s� - conditions set forth in Section 2.01 hereof, are authorized to finance, Construct, _ 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 countiu= :md 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 Intergovernmental Relations Statute for the purpose or 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 provic -g regional transit services in cooperation with local governments thrc ;bout the Roaring Fork'..iley; 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 02.67662.11 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, specialized transportation services promote independent living for the frail, elderly and the disabled by providing essential links to a variety of medical, social and other services, and the region recognizes the need to improve mobility options for this growing segment of the population; 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. 02-67662.11 2 "Advisory Committee" means two or more persons appointed by the Board pursT ant to Article IV hereof for the purpose of providing advice to the Board and includes the Citizen Advisory Committee. "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 at, Alternate Director pursuant to Section 3.03 hereof. "Authority" means the Roaring i ork Transportation Authority, a separate political subdivision of and b( 'v 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 designated portion of the Members in accordance with section 6.0` 'i) of the Act. "Authorized Transportation Projects" means the Rural Tram,00rtation 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 Aopendix 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 Investment Study/Environmental Impact Statement. "Denver Rio Grande Right-of-Way" means the 34-mile transportation/recreation corridor that vanes 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 appo. .-�d as a Director pursuant to Section 3.02 hereof. Whenever the person appointed as a Member's Director pursuant to Sec,�on 3.02 hereof is absent from a Board meeting, the term "Director" shall mean the Alternate '-D: ector, if any, appointed by such Member pursuant to Section 3.03 hereof. 02-67662.11 3 "Division of Local Government" means the Division of Local Government in the State Department of Local Affairs. "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 lI 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 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 Taxes" means (a) the sales tax levied by Pitkin County pursuant to Resolution No. 83-29, 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 amended through the date hereof; and (b) the sales tax levied by Pitkin County pursuant to Resolution No. 93-149, as such resolution has been amended through the date hereof. "RFTA" is defined in the Recitals hereto. "RFRHA" means the Roaring Fork 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. 02-67662.11 4 "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 X11 hereof. "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 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 au+,)matically be amended to include any territor, annexec: :c t`e Municipality. The Town of 67662.11 5 Basalt, by executing this Agreement, consents to the inclusion of territory within the Town of 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 I 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 Question 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. 02-67662.11 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. 02-67662.11 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)(6)(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 0267662.1 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 'he 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 02.67662.11 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 additional authority, powers and duties as are appropriate 02-62662.11 10 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 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; 02-67662.11 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 cant' 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 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; 02.67662.11 12 (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 o, 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 del;- 'r notice of any proposal to establish, increase or decrease any tax to any County or mLnicipality 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 THT _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, bo ?mposed at the following rates in the following areas within the Boundaries of t- ;.ty: (i) 0.4% in the City c .ood 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 I through i 2 if the electors in the unincorporated area of Garfield County within precincts 1 through 12 approve the Unincorporated Garfield County Question; and (iv) 0.2% in the Town o. . _grit if Town of Basalt electors approve the Basalt Question. 02-67662.11 13 (b) Eagle County 0.5% Transportation Sales Tam Eagle County shall pay to the Authority the proceeds of the Eagle County 0.5% Transportation Sales Tax 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 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 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 Taxes accrued on and after January 1, 2001 if the electors of Pitkin County approve the Pitkin County Question, subject to the following: (i) 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 payments 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 and to the extent the Authority and Pitkin County so agree, 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. (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 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 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. 02.67662.11 14 Section 7.02. Additional Authority Sales Taxes. (a) The Authority may levy Authority Sales Taxes in addition to she Initial Authority Sales Tax upon compliance with the provisions of the Act, inc. :iing the approval by the electors residing throughout the area in which such taxes are tc be levied as required by Section 6.03(d) 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 compiia.r::e 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 Sect • 6.03(d) hereof and section 612 of the Act, and approval of the Board, the Authority levy an additional Authority Sales Tax at the rate (up to the limits of the Act) ano rr any designated portion of the Member specified by such Member for the purpob� tnding Authorized Transportation Projects specified by such Member that serve the rest.... 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, 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(d) 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 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. 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. 02-62662.11 16 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'anuary 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 (a), (c) and (d) 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: W Title to the assets of RFTA, including, but not limited to, those described in Appendix G hereto (which does not include 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 that constitute real property will, subject to the terms of the Transition Plan, be made available to the Authority for 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. 02-67662.11 17 (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 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. (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 6.03(d) hereof and section 612 of the Act. 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 02.67662.11 18 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)(ii) 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 needed 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 up the Brush Creek Road corridor pursuant to a contract between the Authority and the Town of Snowmass Village. (d) Continuation of senior van service in Pitkin County and transit service to Woody Creek and the Maroon Bells, 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. (e) Financial assistance for paratransit services in the area within the Boundaries of the Authority in addition to the senior van service in Pitkin County at a level of at least $25,000 per year or a higher level determined by the Board from time-to- time based on available resources and implementation of the Authority's overall service plan. (f) As required by the terms of the ballot question of November 7, 1995 approving the Eagle County 0.5% Transportation Sales Tax, a minimum of 10% of the proceeds of the Eagle County 0.5% Transportation Sales Tax paid to the Authority pursuant to Section 7.01(b) hereof shall be used for trails construction and maintenance within Eagle County election precincts 7, 8, 24 and 25. 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 unreserved fund balance as of December 31, 2000 shall be transferred to the City of Aspen to fund transit capital replacement costs; and 02-67662.11 19 (b) the Authority shall, for a seven-year period from the end of the RFTA Transition Period, provide a credit to the City of Aspen against payments otherwise due from the City of Aspen under a contract with the Authority 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. 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. 02-67662.11 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 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 VII and VIII 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 02-67662.11 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, 12.03 and 12.04 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-1 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. Section 12.04. Amendments to Pitkin County and Eagle County Funding Commitments. Notwithstanding Section 12.01 hereof, (a) the last sentence of Section 7.01(b) hereof or Section 8.04(f) hereof may not be amended without the approval of the Governing Body of Eagle County and (b) Section 7.01(c)(i) and (ii) hereof shall not be amended without the approval of the Governing Body of Pitkin County. 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 02.67662.11 22 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 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 executed 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. 02-67662.11 23 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: CITY OF ASPEN, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 24 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: TOWN OF BASALT, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 25 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: TOWN OF CARBONDALE, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.1 26 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12, 2000 ATTEST: EAGLE COUNTY, CC-ORADO By Clerk Name Title 0267662.11 27 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12, 2000 ATTEST: GARFIELD COUNTY, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 0267661.11 28 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: CITY OF GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 29 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: PITKIN COUNTY, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02-67662.11 30 SIGNATURE PAGE to ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Dated as of September 12,2000 ATTEST: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO By Clerk Name Title 02.67662.11 31 AGREEMENT OF ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY The Roaring Fork Transit Agency hereby agrees to the provisions of Sections 8.01, 8.02 and 8.04 of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement dated as of September 12, 2000. ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY By 02-67662.11 32 AGREEMENT OF ROARING FORK RAILROAD HOLDING AUTHORITY The Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority hereby agrees to the provisions of Sections 8.01, 8.03 and 8.04 of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement dated as of September 12, 2000. ROARING FORK RAILROAD HOLDING AUTHORITY By 0267662.11 33 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. 0267662.11 34 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, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND EAGLE AND GARFIELD COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES 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? 0267662.11 35 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 WITH GLENWOOD SPRINGS AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN, GARFIELD AND EAGLE COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES 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? 02-67662.11 36 ?PENDIX B-3 CARBONDALE BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") TAXES LEVIED IN THE TOWN OF CARBONDALE BE INCP°USED $ (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE, NET OF ANY COT,, -UTIONALLY REQUIRED TAX CUTS) BY A 0.4% (FOUR CENTS ON EACH $10 PUi, 'E) RTA SALES AND USE TAX LEVIED ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 2001 L. -VERY TRANSACTION OR OTHER INCIDENT ON WHICH A SALES OR USE T. LEVIED BY THE STATE (WHICH DOES NOT INCLUDE FOOD FOR HOME CONSL.. . i:ON); 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 WITH CARBONDALE AS A MEMBER THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD >PRINGS AND PgYIN, GARFIELD AND EAGT v COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAi. AGREEMENT; ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE RTA IS EXPECTED TO BE PROVIDED FROM THE FOLLOWING SOURCES IF APPROVED BY THE VOTERS (OR, :N THE CASE OF THE EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX, THE COMMISSIONERS) OF SUCH JURISDICTION OR AREA: AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE PROCEEPO ')F A TAX RATE OF 0.7215% FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION S.t -4XES, 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN 6L)- ..'WOOD SPRINGS AND THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF GARFIELD COUNTY WITHIN ELECTION PRECINCTS I THROUGH 12, 0.2%RTA SALES AND USE TAX WITHIN BASALT, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES 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? 02-67662.11 37 APPENDIX B4 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 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 WITH GARFIELD COUNTY AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN AND EAGLE COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 TAXES, 0.4% RTA SALES AND USE TAX IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS AND CARBONDALE, 2%RTA SALES AND USE TAX WITHIN BASALT, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES 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? 02-62662.11 38 APPENDIX B-5 BASALT BALLOT QUESTION SHALL ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY ("RTA") TAXES LEVIED IN THE TOWN OF BASALT BE INCREASED $ (FIRST FULL FISCAL 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 JA:-,I"ARY 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 WITH BASALT AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN, GARFIELr ND EAGLE COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTE.. �VERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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, 0.5% EAGLE COUNTY TRAN-PORTATION SALES 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 _LL 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? 02-67662.1 39 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 WITH EAGLE COUNTY AS A MEMBER, THE OTHER MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE ASPEN, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, BASALT, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CARBONDALE AND PITKIN AND GARFIELD COUNTIES IF THE APPROPRIATE VOTERS APPROVE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT; 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 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 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 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? 02-67662.11 40 APPENDIX C REGIONAL TRANSIT SERVICE GOALS 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. 2. Trunk service up the Brush Creek Road corridor. 3. Trunk service on Highway 133 at the current locations. 4. New service will be provid d between Rifle and Glenwood Springs on weekdays 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. 6. 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 to 18 months from date the Authority is formed. As such, the service improvements may begin prior to full transition of RFTA to the Authority. 02.67662.11 41 APPENDIX D CREDITS TO PITKIN COUNTY WITH RESPECT TO OUTSTANDING PITKIN COUNTY BONDS PAYABLE FROM PITKIN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SALES 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 02-67662.11 42 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 Eagle County tax rates in unincorporated Eagle County and the combined Authority, Eagle County and Pitkin County tax rates in the Town of Basalt) is based on the cost of providing regional transit to unincorporated Eagle County and the Town of Basalt. 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-valley jurisdictions. 02-67662.11 43 (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. 02-67662.11 44 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 S 5,100,000 DOWN VALLEY MAINTENANCE FACILITY UPGRADE 1 S2,100,000 S 2,100,000 UP VALLEY MAINTENANCE FACILITY UPGRADE 1 $ 700,000 $ 700,000 PARK&RIDE FACILITY HIGHWAY 82 OR 133 1 $ 500,000 S 500,000 PARK&RIDE FACILITY 1-70 1 S 500,000 $ 500,000 EMPLOYEE HOUSING SUBSIDIZED UNITS 1 $3,000,000 IS 3,000,000 EQUIPMENTNEHICLES SNOWPLOWS/MAINTENANCE N/A S 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 S 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 02-67662.11 45 APPENDIX G INVENTORY OF RFTA ASSETS SUMMARY CATEGORY COST OUTDOOR & RECREATION $ 197,376 IMPROVEMENTS SPECIAL & TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT $ 795,770 VEHICLES & MOBILE EQUIPMENT $ 18,268,526 WORK AND SERVICE EQUIPMENT $ 493,281 GRAND TOTAL $ 19,754,953 INVENTORY RFTA FIXED ASSET TAG# DEPT NAME FUND CT F/A# A F/A TITLE CATEGORY DESCRIPTION COST C _ 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 (467.94) 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 FACILITIES 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 FACILITIES _ 545400 RFTA 800 -2464-0-- 4 040 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV 6 BUS SHELTERS 25,110.00 _FACILITIES 767400 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV PNR/BR CK&82 9,175.00 FACILITIES_ 767401 RFTA 800 t-24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV PNRIEL JEBEL 18,483.44 FACILITIES _ 767402 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV CITY BUS STOP 6,940.00 FACILITIES _ 767403 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS STOP OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV PNR/COWA-CENTER 6,090.60 _ FACILITIES _ 767404 RFTA 800 24 040 25 BUS ST OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV PNR/AIRPORT 2,950.00 OP FACILITIES _ 02-67662.11 46 -- 115100 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHT&POLE 965.00 LIGHTING — — — 115101 RFTA 800 24 800 - OUTDOOR OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT LIGHTING ___774.00 545500 RFTA 800 _T4 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHT & 1,200.00 _ LIGHTING POLE/LAZYGLEN 545600 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS / ASPEN 8,000.00 LIGHTING JUNCTION _ 573600 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR&RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS ABC 3,945.00 _ LIGHTING _ 1031300 RFTA 800 24 800 OUTDOOR OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV SECURITY LIGHTS& POLES 2,500.00 _ LIGHTING _ OUTDOOR& RECR IMPROV Total 197,376.32 766900 RFTA _ _800 26 110 PHOTO TAKING SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP CAMCORDER 799.98 _ _ _ EQUIP 1031000 RFTA 800 26 110 PHOTO TAKING SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP DELUXE 4 SHOT CAMERA 908.94 EQUIP 124800 RFTA-PITCO 806 26 400 COMMUNTC & SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PA SYSTEM 1,055.19 AUDIO EQUIP 711050 RFTA 800 26 401 SECURITY SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP SECURITY SURVELLANCE 9,725.00 ALARM SYSTEM 7M566__ 675 RF 00 TA _ _800 26 401 SECURITY SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP RUBEY PARK 4,314.89 ALARM SYSTEM 4901 RFTA 800 26 410 RADIO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP RADIO REPEATER 3,000.00 65 COMMUNTC EQUIP 574500 RFTA 800 26 410 RADIO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 12 YR TRUCK SYSTEM 139,535.00 COMMUNTC LEASE _ _ _ EQUIP 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 I I MCC 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 26414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL &TECH EQUIP MT500 HAND PACK 4.00 127400 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO - FOR POLICE 2,963,50 127500 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO - FOR POLICE 2,963.50 127600 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO - FOR _ POLICE 2,963.50 712750 RFTA 800 26 414 HAND UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HAND PACK RADIO 652.60 02-67662.11 47 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 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 RADIO _ 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 26 415 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 600 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE 2,932.09 125800 RFTA 800 26 415 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 26 415 MOBILE 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 2,932.09 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 02-67662.11 48 - — JEEP 3,156.45 127100 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE RADIO 2,714.48 127200 RFTA 800 RADIO 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP O SPECTRA MOBILE RADIO _ 2,71_4.48 127300 RFTA 800 26 415 RADIO MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP O SPECTRA MOBILE RADIO 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 668.90 292700 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE—UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 292800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 292900 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 688.90 464800 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS _S_PECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1,174.88 468400 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1,344.13 4685w RFTA 800 _264-1-5 MOBILE UNIT:. SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RAD10 1,344.13 468600 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBILE RADIO 1,344.12 4687UG RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MOBII ' 10 1.344.12 — ">85uu RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP '' ADIO 1,344.12 RFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP .CRAG MOBILE RADIO 514.00 7123ou 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 80U 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE RADIO 718800 RFTA ROO 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 718900 RFTA 800 2J6415_ 6 415 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 JRFTA 800 26 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 1MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 02-67662.11 49 719300 RFTA 801 26 415 415 MOBILE UNITS SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAXTRAC MOBILE 568.80 719400 RFTA 800 26 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 M 720000 RFTA 800 26 415 OBILE 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 CONV _ 930000 RFTA 800 26 426 TAPE RECORDER SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MICROCASSETTE O.W RECORDER 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 _ _ _ SYSTEM _ 768401 RFTA 800 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PHONE SYSTEM - RUBY 1,890.89 02-67662.11 50 --- - - - PARK 768402 RFTA 800 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP VOICE MAIL SYSTEM 2,759.00 768403 RFTA 800 26 442 PHONE SYSTEM SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PHONE SYSTEM EXPANSION 2,818.00 5_7_39CO RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP TW I NNHEAD NOTEBOOK 5,506.00 _ PERSONAL _ COMPUTER166T2 574100 RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-PENTIUM P5-166 2,324.00 PERSONAL _ 574200 RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-PENTIUM P5-166 2,324.00 PERSONAL 1031800 RFTA 800 26 601 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PENTIUM 120 2,184.00 PERSONAL 541 100 RFTA-PITC_O 800 26 606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAINT MGMT INFORMATION 122.86 SYSTEMS 178500 RFTA-PITCO 860 26 606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP I'C BASED MAINTENANCE 1R,726.83 __ SYSTEMS _ _ _ _ 178501 RFTA-PITCO 800 26 606 MGMT INFO SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC BASED MAINTENANCE 3040.84 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 W/CASE EQUIPMENT _ __ 1,397,9_9 120800 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E3200 350 CD ROM EQUIPMENT 1,610.00 120900 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-SOLO 9100 S5 EQUIPMENT POrT^nl_E 4,085.00 121000 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-c4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT _ _ _ 1,581:00 121100 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC 66 233 COMPUTER _ EQUIPMENT _ _ . _ ___1,853.00 121200 RFTA 800 26 610 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 EQUIPMENT _— __1,6„5:00 121400 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,853.00 121500 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-66 233 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT _1,853.00 121600 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT _ _ _ 1,761.00 121700 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT _ 1,761.00 121800 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT _ _-1,761.00 121900 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER-_ SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP__ PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER_ 02-67662.11 EQUIPMENT 1,761.00 122000 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT _ 1,761.00 122100 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PC-E4200-300 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 1,761.00 736302 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP PENTIUM 120 FILESERVER 3,131.00 EQUIPMENT 32MB RAM 736600 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP MAINT NETWORK 7,557.65 EQUIPMENT ENHANCEMENT 736601 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP NETWORK ENHANCEMENT 2,331.75 EQUIPMENT 736602 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP NETWORK ENHANCEMENT 6,544.00 EQUIPMENT 736603 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP LASER SCANNER 711.50 EQUIPMENT 736605 RFTA 800 26 610 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP TMT BARCODE MODULE 1,898.00 EQUIPMENT 120500 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 4000TN LASERJET PRINTERS 1,487.00 120600 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP COLOR 1520 INKJET PRINTERS 715.00 293400 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HP LASERJET 1,989.74 PRINTERS 736604 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP DMX 400 THERMAL PRINTER 1,895.75 PRINTERS 768000 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP HP 4 SIMX PRINTER 4,258.00 PRINTERS _ 768001 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP 8MB RAM/4P 4PRINTER 450.00 PRINTERS 768100 RFTA 800 26 614 COMPUTER- SPECIAL&TECH EQUIP CANON BUBBLE JET 310.89 PRINTERS PRINTER 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 VEHICLES 544300 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 95 LEGACY WAGON 16,170.00 VEHICLES 718400 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 SUPREME CUTAWAY VAN 37,61250 VEHICLES 718401 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP HEADSIGN 3,646.24 VEHICLES 718500 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 SUPREME CUTAWAY VAN 37,612.50 VEHICLES 718501 RFTA 800 23 000 PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP HEADSIGN 3,64624 VEHICLES 02-67662.11 52 Iii. FTA 800 23 000 1VE PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP ELECTRONIC HEADSIGN 4,461.66 HICLES F535 RFTA 800 23 000 ;PASSENGER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (46) ELECTRONIC 128,808.39 VEHICLES HEADSIGNS 00 RFTA 800 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 95 CANDIDATE DIAL A RIDE 43,995.00 00 RFTA 800 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 98 SENATOR-DIAL A RIDE 59,743.00 00 RFTA 800 23 001 CHECKER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 98 SENATOR-DIAL A RIDE 59,743.00 115400 RFTA 800 23 020 TURTLETOP VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 85 TURTLETOP 36,506.48 896803 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.63 13632 735000 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,723.06 _ 13632 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 600 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 13632 735700 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.11 _ 13632 _ 735800 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.11 13632 _ 735900 RFTA 800 1 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.11 13632 736000 RFTA 800 23 065 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 8,735.11 _ 13632 _ 896900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 066 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149,197.73 13_633 _ 896903 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 066 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13633 897000 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 067 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149,197.73 13634 897003 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 067 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13634 897100 RFTA-PITCO 800 1 23 068 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149,197.76 13635 02.67W.11 53 897103 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 068 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 _ 13635 897200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 069 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSLINER TRANSIT BUS 149,197.73 136_36_ 897203 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 069 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13636_ 512700 RFTA-CITY 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 DODGE PICKUP 0.00 OF ASPEN -- 128000 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 CHEROKEE-C4 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 BOX 711250 RFTA 800 23 100 TRUCKS VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 4X4 SUPER CAB W/TOOL 12,470.00 BOX 154300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 183 GMC VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 85 FLATBED WITH 42,882.12 SPREADER 154500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 184 POWER VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP POWER SWEEPER W/HIGH 15,829.21 SWEEPER 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 _233-81--ENGINE VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 8.2 ENGINE MODULE 20,000.00 970000 RFTA-PITCO 800 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 -23391 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 02-67662.11 54 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 54977 963100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP MAIN FARE BOX 54937 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-PI fC0 800 233k_ 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 FAREBOXES 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 __ FAREBOXES _ 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 ARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (6) FARE BOX 7,291.85 749100 RFTA 800 23 391 FARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (3) FARE BOX&VAULT 4,882.50 !, 769600 RFTA 800 23 391 ARE BOX VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP (3 1) ELECTRONIC FAR EBOX 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 02-67662.11 55 964800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.62 964900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 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 800 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 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 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 967600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 967700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132M- 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 02-67662.11 56 968200 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 392 VAULT VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP SELF LOCKING VAULT 132.66 968300 RFTA-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 966600 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&MOBILE 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 (32) DESTINATION SIGN 5,277.32 SIGN 157700 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1985 AUDIT COST 100.00 971101 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP RELATED BUS ACQUISITION 9,713.85 122200 4RFTA 800 23 400 BUSE S VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1999 ARTICULATED BUS 378,35300 122300 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1999 ARTICULATED BUS 378,353.00 122400 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 122900 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER _ _ _ 251,708.00 123000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 123100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708._00 123200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER __ _ 251,708.00 --- - --M -- - - - BUSES-- - - --- - - - 123300 RFTA 800 23 400 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 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 123600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 02-67662.11 57 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 800 j 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 124200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 1998 NEOPLAN TRANSLINER 251,708.00 124300 RFTA 800 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 128100 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 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP METROLINER COACH 125,386.03 466800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP TRANSIT BUS 155,000.00 466900 RFTA 800 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 02-67662.11 58 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 VILLAGER 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 -- - - --- - -- - -- - -- V-Ef -- ---- - - 469300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 30'TRANSIT BUS 111,271.35 529500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES V EHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP LEASE/PURCHSE 856.00 METROLINERS 543500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.04 CAMBRIA#320 543600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.00 CAMBRIA#319 543700 RFTA 8W - -23400- BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.00 CAMBRIA#318 543800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.00 CAMBRIA#317 543900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER- 34,576.00 CAMBRIA#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 1,600.00 735101 RFTA 600 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 02-62662.11 59 735301 RFTA 800 23 400 1 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,000.00 735401 RFTA 800 23 400 1 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP NEOPLAN TRANSIT BUS 1,00600 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 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP GALENA ST SHUTTLE 47,227.46 768500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON F IBER 328,545.17 W/FAREBOX 768600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON FIBER 328,545.17 W/FAREBOX 768700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 95 CARBON FIBER 328,545.17 W/FAREBOX _ 768701 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP CARBON FIBER SPARE 40,000.00 POWER PLANT 768800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278,559.17 W/HEADSIGN _ 768900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278,559.17 W/HEADSIGN 769000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278,559.17 W/HEADSIGN 769100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 METROLINER 278,559.17 W/HEADSIGN 769200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,174.17 W/HEADSIGN 769300 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,174.17 W/HEADSIGN 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 02-67662.11 60 769800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE Ec1UIP 94 i AAN, �R W/FAREBOX 236,762.17 769900 RFTA 800 —234-00 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 W/HEADSIGN 770100 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 W/HEADSIGN _ 770200 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 _ W/HEADSIGN 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/HEADSIGN 770500 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VL, FS&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 W/HEADSIGN 770600 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLL. 'LE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 W/HEADSIGN 770700 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES & MUu;,.E EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.17 _ W/HEADSIGN 770800 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.16 _ W/HEADSIGN__ 770900 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES& MOBILE EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.16 _ W/I fEADSIGN 771000 RFTA 800 23 400 BUSES VEHICLES&MOBILL EQUIP 94 TRANSLINER 236,762.16 _ W/HEADSIGN _ 970100 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 501 JEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBIi E EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 *11.97 BUS 970101 RFTA. Pi i CO 800 23 501 4tOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13497 _ 970200 RFTA-PITCO 600 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 13498 970202 RFTA 800 23 502 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHII:Lto a iNUBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 _ 13498 970300 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 503 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13500 BUS 970301 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 5U3 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 80� 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 02-62662 11 61 970402 RFTA 800 23 504 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13501 970500 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 505 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13505 _ BUS _ 970501 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 505 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13505 970502 RFTA 800 23 505 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13505 970600 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 506 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13502 BUS 970601 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 506 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13502 970602 RFTA 800 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 23 507 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,348.64 13499 _ 970702 RFTA 800 23 507 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 _ 13499 970800 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 508 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13495 BUS 970801 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 508 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2,346.64 13495 970802 RFTA 800 23 508 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13495 970900 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP 84 TRANSLINER TRANSIT 146,675.60 13504_ BUS 970901 RFTA-PITCO 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP BUS PAINTING 2—,346- 2,348.64 13504 970902 RFTA 800 23 509 NEOPLAN BUS #VEHICLES&MOBILE EQUIP WABASTO HEATERS 3,798.67 13504 _ 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 2,348.64 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 18,268,526.46 115000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 004 PAINT SPRAYER IWORK &SVC EQUIP IFRESH AIR MASK 2,018.67 02-67662.11 62 910400 RFTA-CITY 800 22 004 PAINT SPRAYER WORK &SVC EQUIP PAINT SPRAYER 114.80 OF ASPEN __ 910500 RFTA-CITY 800 22 004 PAINT SPRAYER WORK &SVC EQUIP PAINT SPRAYER 204.40 _ OF ASPEN _ _ 999300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 LADDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 12 STEP STEEL SAFTtY 481.50 LADD -- ------- ---- -- - 999400 W A-PITCO 800 22 013 LADDER WORK & SVC EQUIP 12 STEP SAFLEY LADDER 481.50 999600 RFTA-PITCO 86 06 22 013 LADDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 8' HEAVY DUTY STEP 181.45 LADDER 999700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 LADDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 5 STEP W/HANDRAIL 184.00 - - - - -- - --- 999800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 013 i---- 13- - LADDER WORK &-SVC EQUIP ----- . , vvmtuvuRAIL 184.00 _ LALuER &i 1760 RFTA- 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP IR AIR IMPACT WRENCH 525.00 CARBONDAL E 573006 'R;TA- 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP 6017 TORQur WKtNCH 504.89 CARBONDAL 1030000 RFTA- 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR IMPACT WRENCH 599.00 CARBONDAL E --_ _ _ _ 154600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 014 IMP- MPACT WRENCH YORK &SVC EQUIP 1"IMPACT WRENCH 339.06 911100 RFTA-CITY 800 22 � . i IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP IMPACT SET 100.00 OF ASPEN- ---- - - -- -------- -- - T- -- - -- - - - ------ 911200 RFTA-CITY 800 22 014 IMPACT WRENCH WORK &SVC EQUIP IMPACT WRENCH SOCKE I 236.35 OF ASPEN 912700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 022 JIGSAW WORK & SVC EQUIP SAWZALL KIT 148.95 OF ASPEN - --- Z2 - - ----- --- - -- TS 440V RFTA- 800 22 100 GARAGE-­&WORK &SVC EQUIP SET OF SEFAC LIFTS 44OV 23,051.00 CARBONDAL MACHANIC E _ EQUIP _ 1030200 RIFT-A-- 80U 22 100 GARAGE &WORK & SVC EQUIP BACK BUDDY 1,024.83 CARBONDAL MACHANIC ----- E - - -- -- . .._ .--_ EQUIP -- --- - - - - - 179300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP SECTION ADVANCED 4,740.74 MACHANIC ALIGNER EQUIP 179301 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP TRUCK W/WHEEL MOUNT 3,145.44 MACHANIC _ __ _ EQUIP - 588700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK At SVC EQUIP 314 I,., lACT TOOL AT750 299.95 MACHANIC 02-62662.11 63 EQUIP 705800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP 25 TON SHOP PRESS 737.86 MACHANIC EQUIP 705801 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP 25-TON SHOP JACK 218.13 MACHANIC EQUIP 705803 RFTA-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 EQUIP 705806 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP GAUGE ADAPTOR 135.33 MACHANIC EQUIP 972800 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP HYDRALIC VEHICLE LIFTS 38,289.00 MACHANIC _ EQUIP _ 718100 RFTA 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP PROLINK 9000 1,396.47 MACHANIC EQUIP 718200 RFTA 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP OPACITY METER 2,218.23 MACHANIC EQUIP 1030100 RFTA 800 22 100 GARAGE &WORK &SVC EQUIP BACK BUDDY 1,024.84 MACHANIC EQUIP 952200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 107 BUS WASHER WORK &SVC EQUIP BUS WASHER 60,995.00 952203 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 107 BUS WASHER WORK &SVC EQUIP BUS WASHER 4,505.39 259301 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK &SVC EQUIP 2-TON HYDRAULIC 343.50 TOOLS&EQUIP MOB.CRANE 260001 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK &SVC EQUIP INJECTOR FLOW- 3,177.00 TOOLS&EQUIP COMPARATOR 831441 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 110 AUTOMOTIVE WORK &SVC EQUIP 86 BUS MAINT FACILITY 6,392.02 TOOLS&EQUIP 831442 RFTA-PITCO 800 22110 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 02-67662.11 64 _ 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 ITOOLS&EQUIP _ 542500 RFTA- 800 22 113 GREASE PUMP WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR GREASE GUN 649A0 CARBONDAL E I I _ 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 PUMP 912900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 114 ENGINE WORK &SVC EQUIP FUEL PUMP ANALYZER 3,232.47 OF ASPEN ANALYZER 155000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST BOX 818.00 TOOLS _ 155001 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST 92.82 TOOLS GAUGE 155002 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION 215.35 TOOLS CONNECTION 155003 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION LIFTING 258.51 TOOLS 155004 RFTA-PITCO 800 2211 15 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST 154.28 _ TOOLS ADAPTER _ 155005 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK &SVC EQUIP TRANSMISSION TEST RELAY 84.10 TOOLS _ 155200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 115 SPEC AUTO WORK & SVC EQUIP TAPLEY BRAKE METER W/ 810.32 TOOLS 542000 RFTA- 800 22 117 DOLLIE WORK &SVC EQUIP WHEEL DOLLY 530.00 CARBONDAL E — --- 542100 RFTA- 800 22 117 DOU a 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 ENG/TRANSMISSIONS E ____8 _ _ __ 952500 RFTA-PITCO 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK &SVC EQUIP SHEET METAL SHEAR 3,725.07 TOOLS 952600 RFTA-PITCO 800 T22200 MECH SHOP WORK &SVC EQUIP RESURFACER- 15,207.00 TOOLS STORMNULCAN 953900 RFTA-PITCO 800 MECH SHOP WORK & SVC EQUIP TIG-RIG UNIT 1,088.53 TOOLS 02-67662.11 65 954100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 120 MECH SHOP WORK &SVC EQUIP TRUCK TIRE SPREADER 2,765.28 ITOOLS 954500 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 CARBON FIBER TRANSM _ 955400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 121 DRILL PRESS WORK &SVC EQUIP (2) DRILL PRESS 955.12 952900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 122 GRI-ND-ER 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 WITH _ 953100 RFTA-PITCO 800 r224 GRINDER WORK &SVC EQUIP 8" PEDESTAL GRINDER 817.74 WITH 951500 RFTA-PITCO 800 SHARPNER WORK & SVC EQUIP DRILL BIT SHARPENER 295.00 954900 RFTA-PITCO 800 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP (2) 8" VISE,BENCH- 453.54 MOUNTED 955000 RFTA-PITCO 800 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP 6"VISE,BENCH MOUNTED 228.47 955100 RFTA-PITCO 800 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP (4)6"MACHINIST BENCH 351.32 955200 RFTA-PITCO 800 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP 6"BENCH VISE, LOCKING 228.47 955300 RFTA-PITCO 800 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP (3)6"BENCH VISE, 547.50 913300 RFTA-CITY 800 VISE MACHANICS WORK &SVC EQUIP HYDRAULIC PRESS 670.00 OF ASPEN 954600 RFTA-PITCO 800 BAND SAW WORK &SVC EQUIP HORIZONTAL BAND SAW 1,238.50 910700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 125 BAND SAW WORK &SVC EQUIP BAND SAW WI FLOOR 383.47 OF ASPEN STAND 814100 RFTA-PITCO 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 1031500 RFTA- 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP FREON RECYCLER 1,295.00 CARBONDAL E 1032200 RFTA- 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP WASTE OIL PUMP 1,166.00 CARBONDAL E 02-67662.11 66 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 4,000.00 1032100 RFTA 800 22 130 GARAGE EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP MOBILE FUELTANK 559.69 541800 RFTA- 800 Z2131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR/HYD JACK 440234 CARBONDAL E __ __ 541900 RFTA- 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP WHEEL JACK 780.25 CARBONDAL 542300 RFTA- 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP 10 TON FLOOR JACK 1,330.10 CARBONDAL E 153200 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 131 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 1,523.50 913700 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK WORK &SVC EQUIP FLOOR JACK 760.00 OF ASPEN _ _ 913900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK W ORK &SVC EQUIP HYDRAULIC JACK 137.94 OF ASPEN 914000 RFTA-CITY 800 22 131 JACK WORK & SVC EQUIP JACK&ADAPTOR 625.28 OF ASPEN _ _ _ 294600 RFTA 800 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 CARBONDAL E 954000 RFTA-PITCO 800 Z2132 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 22 132 WELDER WORK &SVC EQUIP (2) PORTABLE WLDNG (219.63) SCREEN 914200 RFTA-CITY 800 22 132 WELDER WORK & SVC EQUIP #100 WELDING SET 185.00 OF ASPEN 466200 RFTA 800 22 132 WELDER WORK &SVC EQUIP WELDER 2,186.90 466201 RFTA 800 22 132 WELDER WORK &SVC EQUIP GUN NOZZLE FOR WELDER 296.70 953400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 134 HOIST WORK &SVC EQUIP (2)TROLLEY HOIST 4,408.82 02-67662.1 67 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 22 139 AIR HAMMER WORK &SVC EQUIP AIR HAMMER PH45A 107.00 OF ASPEN 294900 RFTA 800 22 141 MASTER PULLER WORK &SVC EQUIP DIGITAL OPTICAL 377.46 KIT 295000 RFTA 800 22 141 MASTER PULLER WORK &SVC EQUIP CRANK TIMING TOOL 347.11 KIT 913600 RFTA-CITY 800 22 145 TAP& DIE SET WORK &SVC EQUIP TAP& DIE SET 284.00 OF ASPEN 952700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 146 TIRE CHANGER WORK &SVC EQUIP TRUCK TIRE MOUNTER 5,192.83 955600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 146 TIRE CHANGER WORK &SVC EQUIP LIGHT VEHICLE TIRE 1,458.25 914900 RFTA-CITY 800 22 146 TIRE CHANGER WORK &SVC EQUIP TIRE CAGE 265.39 OF ASPEN 915000 RFTA-CITY 800 22 147 CRANE WORK & SVC EQUIP CRANE 506.00 OF ASPEN _ 915100 RFTA-CITY 800 22 148 PRESS WORK &SVC EQUIP 17-TON PRESS 566.70 OF ASPEN 915300 RFTA-CITY 800 22 149 MULTIPLIER WORK &SVC EQUIP TORQUE MULTIPLIER 156.95 OF ASPEN 154900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 152 VOLTAGE WORK &SVC EQUIP MULTIMETER 126.49 TESTER 953700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 155 HYDRAULIC WORK &SVC EQUIP 80 TON HYDRAULIC PRESS 4,353.30 PRESS 953300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 158 ABRASIVE BLAST WORK &SVC EQUIP ABRASIVE BLAST CABINET 2,263.75 CABINT 294500 RFTA 800 22 170 RECYCLING WORK &SVC EQUIP ANTIFREEZE RECYCLE 3,630.75 EQUIP SYSTEM 616600 RFTA 800 22 200 26 COPIER WORK & SVC EQUIP RICOH FAX 2800L 2,645.00 916200 RFTA-CITY 800 22 201 TYPEWRITERS WORK &SVC EQUIP IBM CORRECTING 841.50 OF ASPEN I SELECTRIC 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 W/2 RACKS 243.00 02.62662.11 68 996900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP CURRENCY COUNTER 1,895.92 COUNTER 996902 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP CUSTOM VERSION 3,932.15 COUNTER UNIT/FOR TOKENS 467900 RFTA 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP t.vlN SORTER 4,844.68 COUNTER 467901 RFTA 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP CURRENCY COUNTER _ I COUNTER 1,625.77 574000 RFTA 800 22 209 MONEY WORK &SVC EQUIP CURRENCY DISCRIMINATOR 4,030.00 COUNTER 155500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 300 BUILDING EQUIP WORK &SVC EQUIP 18"FLOOR BUFFER 952.97 128400 RFTA 800 22 300 WORK &SVC EQUIP FLOOR MAINTAINER 1,900.00 114000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22408 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 FURNISHER 956300 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 600 INDOOR FURN & WORK &SVC EQUIP MODULAR WORK STATION 3,480.83 FURNISHER 956400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 600 INDOOR FURN & WORK &SVC EQUIP MODULAR WORK STATION 3,480183 FURNISHER 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 (1,027.14) 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 9sv6.00 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 —22U-1 -- 2 621 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 1/2H 364.80 959400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK &SVC EQUIP (3) 72W X 36D X 28 1/2H 1,132.02 959500 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 TABLE WORK &SVC EQUIP (1)84W X 36D X 28 1/2H 40736 02-67662.11 69 959600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 621 1 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 178900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 630 STORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP OAK STORAGE UNIT 624.00 972900 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 630 STORAGE 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 STORAGE FURNH WORK &SVC EQUIP (5) LOCKERS, RUBEY PARK 1,04529 178600 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 631 CABINET WORK &SVC EQUIP 2 DR LEGAL FILE CABINET 152.00 178700 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 631 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 22 634 SHELVING WORK &SVC EQUIP SHELVES FOR PARTS 2,313.19 OF ASPEN I _ 179000 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 635 BOOK CASE WORK &SVC EQUIP OAK WALL BOOK CASE 300.00 179100 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 635 BOOK CASE WORK & SVC EQUIP OAK WALL BOOK CASE 300.00 114400 RFTA-PITCO 800 22 645 BLINDS 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 22 645 BLINDS WORK & SVC EQUIP (3)VEROSOL SKYSHADES 872.00 02-67662.11 70 114900 RFTA-PITCO 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 MINI VAN _ VEHICLES 20,000.00 720600 RFTA 800 22 202 26 COPIER WORK &SVC EQUIP 4727 COPIER 8,075.00 W/SORTER/CABI 1031700 RFTA 800 —22-202 26 COPIER WORK &SVC EQUIP 6645 COPIER-ADMIN 18,145.00 WORK &SVC EQUIP Total _ 493_281.03 Grand Total 19,754,954.05 02-62662-11 71 r1T a9 U✓ `vU � f ¢�B Buns \ i Kv �Z 51?E PL^N 1-7 vw R3 Le,*RzEwr l.Aywm w/ d9 FMRKG.5yac85 S i S � 34p;9, Qe B. 51 1 s \ p 4- \ r��FP •� 3 @ � 1 Rae- ♦ � 'C c � O� 1 `5I TE PLAN \ ((o) 2 BR VN aS I'I P4,-Sµ5 \ -t • µY. �w a r . 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