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10-02-00 Town Council Packet , Raw�R. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION 10-02-2000 2:00—2:30 P.M. DIAL-A-RIDE DISCUSSION -- Hunt Walker/David Peckler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 2:30 — 3:40 MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION SEE ATTACHMENT "A" -- Joe Kracum 3:40— 3:55 2001 EMPLOYEE HOUSING RENTAL RATES DISCUSSION -- Joe Coffey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 11 3:55—4:00 BREAK SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL beftownewwwwo REGULAR MEETING 10-02-2000 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 3: PUBLIC HEARING— ORDINANCE NO. 15, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE V OF CHAPTER 16A OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE (Continued from 09-18-00) (Continue to 10-16-00) -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 15 Item No. 4: PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION — RESOLUTION NO. 37, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL ACTION ON A RESOLUTION CONCERNING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT REQUEST BY THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS, LLC TO ALLOW THE RELOCATION AND CONTINUED USE OF A TEMPORARY MODEL FACILITY AND ASSOCIATED SIGNAGE WITHIN PARCEL K, FARAWAY RANCH GROSS PARCEL PLAT, FOR MARKETING THE TIMBERS CLUB AT SNOWMASS. -- Dean Stahman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18 10-02-00tc Page 2 Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION — RESOLUTION NO. 25, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PARCEL "N" AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRELIMINARY PLAN SUBMISSION INCLUDING SUBDIVISION PLAT AND REZONING FORM SPA-1 TO MF MULTI-FAMILY (Public Hearing cont'd from 09-18-00) -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 29 Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING — SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT CONCERNING THE CREATION OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STATUTORY PROVISIONS SET FORTH AT 31-25-1201, ET. SEQ. OF COLORADO REVISED STATUTES. THE GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE BOUNDARIES AND SERVICE AREA OF THE PROPOSED DISTRICT IS COMMERCIALLY ASSESSED REAL PROPERTY GENERALLY LOCATED ON OR ABUTTING THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE GATEWAY BUILDING, EXCEPTING THE CONDOMINIUM OWNED BY THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE (Continued from 09-13-00) -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 34 Item No. 7: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 19, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 16A OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO ACCESSORY CARETAKER UNITS WITHIN THE DU DUPLEX ZONE DISTRICT -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 38 Item No. 8: RESOLUTION NO. 39, SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING JUNE BREEN GORDON AND SANDY STAY TO THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE ARTS ADVISORY BOARD -- Trudi Worline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 47 Item No. 9: MANAGER'S REPORT -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 49 Item No. 10: APPROVE COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES OF 08-14-00, 08-28-00 AND WORK SESSION SUMMARIES OF 08-21-00. . . . . . Page 50 10-02-00 Page 3 Item No. 11: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 65 Item No. 12: CALENDARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 71 Item No. 13: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: October 2, 2000 BY: David Peckler THROUGH: Hunt Walker SUBJECT: Staff Recommendation To Discontinue The Dial A Ride Program. OVERVIEW: I had a number of discussions with High Mountain Taxi about continuing and improving the Dial a Ride service (DAR. ) The discussions included talks on increasing fares or adding bonuses to create an incentive for drivers to provide more responsive service . The bottom line for the taxi company is that they are unable to staff adequately to perform their fundamental services . Regardless of the incentives to promote DAR with their staff, the resources are not available to meet the customer' s expectation. The peak demand time for DAR coincides with other demands for their service . Rather than incur greater customer dissatisfaction they prefer to not perform DAR. I have provided information on DAR for the last three seasons for your review. There may be a letter forthcoming from High Mountain Taxi . My staff has projected the cost for us to provide DAR. I have attached a report for your review. The total cost of the service for the winter, capital costs being spread over the life of the vehicle, would be roughly $118, 554 . Revenues from fares at a dollar per person would be between $6, 000 and $10, 000 . The service would require five to six additional staff for the Transportation Division. The service requires four conventional, 4-wheel-drive vans. Hours of operation were projected to be from 6: 00 am to 2 : 45 am: with two vehicles operating during the peak hours of 11 : 30 am to 1 : 00 pm and 2 : 00 pm to 6: 30 pm. FINANCIAL SUMMARY: The cost of the service, less the potential revenues at a dollar per person, would be roughly $110, 000 . BOARD OR COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: The Financial Advisory Board recommends termination of DAR; stating that the costs out-weight the benefits. %MEOW I ._ STAFF RECObMNDATION: Staff recognizes the potential marketing and social benefits of DAR. It allows you to market Snowmass Village as a resort where you do not need a car. This is a unique amenity for a municipality to offer, and rivals the "Little Green Cars" concept of Ben Wood. DAR can help ease parking demand in prime locations that have a limited amount of parking. DAR could offer a tremendous amount of mobility within the community. However, the timing for taking over the entire operation of DAR may not be favorable. The community is coming out of two poor tax revenue years . The financial resources available to the community will be needed to provide basic services . Also, the labor market is very tight. My division has not been successful in hiring a full crew for the bus operations over the last two winter seasons . We are very concerned that we may not be able to find the additional staff to perform DAR adequately. Overtime or any shift compensation pay was not factored into the cost of DAR. In addition, there are issues concerning the management of revenues if we collect fares . Being a free service we do not have a system in place to collect and monitor revenues . For now, given the circumstances, staff believes our emphasis should be on funding Village Shuttle services to areas of higher population density, rather than extending transit alternatives to less populated subdivisions . It is with some regret that staff recommends that the Council discontinues DAR. 9-29-2000 1c _57AM FROM HIGH MOUNTAIN TAXI 9709259409 P. 2 HIGH MOUNTAIN 0 Z7 September 28,2000 Mr. David Pecklar Town of Snowmass Village, Transportation Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 As we have discussed ou several occasions since the ending of the last ski season, High Mountain feels that the Snowmass Village Dial•a-Ride program is not viable and should be discontinued. We believe that our ability to provide the service at all is severely handicapped by the terrible driver shortage that gets worse year by year, and our ability to do it well is virtually impossible. Given that the problems we have experienced over the last severa winter seasons continue to be unsolvable,we regretfally request that you accept our apologies and consider a village-wide demand responsive, government subsidized taxi service a failed experiment. High Mountain has devoted significant effort and resources to the program over the years, only to sec the quality of our product diminish in direct proportion to the increase in the valley's labor shortage. Our hopes of creating enough demand for taxi service in your village to warrant constant availability have never come to fruition. And sadly,as our fleet shrinks for want of drivers,even the quality and quantity of service we achieved at the program's peak has decreased Given our inability to provide a quality service, we feel the program should be abandoned,or at least suspended, until circumstances improve to a point where our coverage and response times can meet the standards Snowmass Village deserves and High Mountain Taxi aspires to provide. We are not at all happy with the realities that necessitate this action. However,in spite of their appeal, not all services are logistically viable. After the years of grappling with the problem of offering dial-a-ride to the areas r Snowmass that aro left out of the route system you provide so well,we believe this is one of those non-viable services. Please do not hesitate to call on me if the Town Council would like to explore the issues or history directly with me. As you know,I will be out of town from the 2°4 of October through the I Os'. Upon my return I will make myself available for any meetings you or the council wish. Thank you for your understanding. 1 have certainly enjoyed our association over the years and High Mountain bopes to have a long future of providing excellent conventional taxi service to the community. Sinee 11 , David Hyman r.. r. /A7A1 A9ri.TAXt 1111`Acnen Aimrni Rricinaca RAnrar donee I"11 afar env io�nf ooa_ownn TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION DEPT. WINTER 99/2000 DIAL-A-RIDE ACTIVITY 1. DIAL-A-RIDE MONTHLY ACTIVITY MONTH PASS TRIPS AMOUNTS COSTIPASS COST/TRIP NOVEMBER 121 36 $302.70 $2.50 $8.41 DECEMBER 542 256 $2,450.60 $4.52 $9.57 JANUARY 1,021 484 $4,303.07 $4.21 $8.89 FEBRUARY 967 475 $4,241.25 $4.39 $8.93 MARCH 910 478 $4,296.86 $4.72 $8.99 APRIL 110 55 $510.57 $4.64 $9.28 TOTAL: 3671 1784 $16,105.05 $4.39 $9.03 TOTAL PHONE CHARGES $319.89 GRAND TOTAL: 3,671 1,784 $16,424.94 $4.47 $9.21 11. ORIGIN/DESTINATION SURVEY: We selected a number of days throughout the season to review in detail, which includes Christmas week, New Years week and Presidents week. #OF DAYS IN REPORT: 24 TRIPS PER DAY: 18 TRIPS: 420 PASSENGERS PER TRIP: 2.12 #OF PASSENGERS: 892 TOTAL COST PER TRIPS: $9.24 TOTAL COST: $3,883.05 SUBSIDY COST PER TRIP: $7.12 CUSTOMER PAID: $892.00 TOTAL COST PER PASS.: $4.35 SUBSIDY BY TOSV: $2,991.05 SUBSIDY COST PER PASS $3.35 Use of Dial-A-Ride Service by Location: COMMERCIAL AREAS CONDO -HOTEL-APART. MALL: 28% ASPENWOOD: 0.50% MARKET/CENTER: 3% POKOLODI: 0.50% KRABLOONIK: 12.0% SILVERTREE: 2% OTHER: 3.0% SMASS CLUB: 2% WILDWOOD: 1% SUBTOTAL% 46% EMPLOYEE HOUSING: 3% OTHERS: 8% SUBDIVISIONS SUBTOTAL% 17% RIDGE RUN: 12% WOOD RUN: 11% TOTAL% 100% MELTON RANCH: 4% OTHERS: 10% SUBTOTAL% 37% TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION DEPT. WINTER 1998/1999 May 1, 1999 I. DIAL-A-RIDE MONTHLY ACTIVITY BILLED SUBSIDIZED SUBSIDIZED MONTH PASS TRIPS AMOUNTS COST/PASS COSTITRIP NOVEMBER 27 23 $167.50 $6.20 $7.28 DECEMBER 837 392 $3,093.73 $3.70 $7.89 JANUARY 1,820 787 $6,061.65 $3.33 $7.70 FEBRUARY 1,843 771 $5,720.68 $3.10 $7.42 MARCH 1,247 586 $4,673.45 $3.75 $7.98 APRIL 297 169 $1,426.55 $4.80 $8.44 TOTAL: 5,071 2,728 21,144 $3.48 $7.76 TOTAL PHONE CHARGES - NOV. '98 - MAR. 99 $279.57 GRAND TOTAL: 5,071 2,728 $21,423.23 $3.53 $7.85 II. ORIGIN/DESTINATION SURVEY: We selected a number of days throughout the season to review in detail, which includes Christmas week, New Years week and Presidents week. #OF DAYS IN REPORT: 24 TRIPS PER DAY: 25 TRIPS: 599 PASSENGERS PER TRIP: 2.36 #OF PASSENGERS: 1,413 TOTAL COST PER TRIPS: $7.98 TOTAL COST: $4,777.45 SUBSIDY COST PER TRIP: $5.62 CUSTOMER PAID: $1,413.00 TOTAL COST PER PASS.: $3.38 SUBSIDY BY TOSV: $3,364.45 SUBSIDY COST PER PASS.: $2.38 Use of Dial-A-Ride Service by Location: COMMERCIAL AREAS CONDO -HOTEL -APART. MALL: 25% ASPENWOOD: 1% MARKET/CENTER: 4% POKOLODI: 1% KRABLOONIK: 11% SILVERTREE: 2% OTHER: 5% SMASS CLUB: 5% WILDWOOD: 1% SUBTOTAL% 45% EMPLOYEE HOUSING: 1% OTHERS: 8% SUBDIVISIONS SUBTOTAL % 19% RIDGE RUN: 17% WOOD RUN: 8% MELTON RANCH: 4% OTHERS: 7% TOTAL % 100% SUBTOTAL % 36% 5�w_ TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION DEPT. WINTER 1997/1998 MAY 5, 1998 I. DIAL-A-RIDE MONTHLY ACTIVITY BILLED SUBSIDIZED SUBSIDIZED MONTH PASS TRIPS AMOUNTS COST/PASS COST/TRIP NOVEMBER 56 30 $229.75 $4.10 $7.66 DECEMBER 992 524 $3,861.30 $3.89 $7.37 JANUARY 1,410 784 $5,466.00 $3.88 $6.97 FEBRUARY 1,471 759 $5,320.20 $3.62 $7.01 MARCH 1,543 776 $5,343.55 $3.46 $6.89 APRIL 479 258 $1,953.70 $4.08 $7.57 TOTAL: 6,951 3,131 22,174.50 $3.73 $7.08 TOTAL PHONE CHARGES -Nov.'97 -May'98: $830.00 JUNE &JULY PHONE CHARGES: $51.23 GRAND TOTAL: 5,951 3,131 $23,055.73 $3.87 $7.36 11. ORIGIN/DESTINATION SURVEY: We selected a number of days throughout the season to review in detail,which includes Christmas week, New Years week and Presidents week. #OF DAYS IN REPORT: 24 TRIPS PER DAY: 30.2 TRIPS: 724 PASSENGERS PER TRIP: 1.93 #OF PASSENGERS: 1,398 TOTAL COST PER TRIPS: $9.04 TOTAL COST: $6,540 SUBSIDY COST PER TRIP $7.11 CUSTOMER PAID: $1,398 TOTAL COST PER PASS.: $4.68 SUBSIDY BY TOSV: $5,142 SUBSIDY COST PER PAS $3.68 Use of Dlal-A-Ride Service by Location: COMMERCIAL AREAS CONDO -HOTEL-APART. MALL: 25.9% ASPENWOOD: 0.2% MARKET/CENTER: 2% POKOLODI: 1.1% KRABLOONIK: 11.0% SILVERTREE: 3.5% OTHER: 3.1% SMASS CLUB: 5.1% WILDWOOD: 0.6% SUBTOTAL% 42.1% EMPLOYEE HOUSING: 2.3% OTHERS: 8.2% SUBDIVISIONS SUBTOTAL% 21.0% RIDGE RUN: 17.1% WOOD RUN: 8.1% MELTON RANCH: 5.1% OTHERS: 6.6% TOTAL% 100% SUBTOTAL% 36.9% TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR REPORT Date: 08/14/2000 To: Dave Peckler Frwm Chip Foster RE "Dial-a-Ride"Service This proposal is based on our review of records for the"Dial a Ride"service that has been provided by High Mountain Taxi for winters 94-95(February and March are 1$'time service was offered), 95.96, 96.97, 97-98,98-99, and 99-00. The following is a potential scenario for Shifts and Hours of service if we were to run the Dial a Ride service during a winter season. Assumptions: 1-Service would be for areas not covered by our regular bus routes during the normal service day. 2-Service would be for all areas of the village when the regular bus service is not operating. 3-Hours that service would be available: Mall start at 5:30 am. Last call for service at 2:45 am with run ending at approximately 3:00 am. 4-Two vehicles available for calls at: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm. 5-To provide the Service we will need 4 vehicles(prices based on GMC Safari Mini Vans with 4 Wheel Drive) 6-Service costs are projected for a 150-day winter season. PERSONNEL COST =$ 85,746 (The personnel cost does not include any Over-Time) VEHICLE CAPITAL RESERVE =$ 17,676 (To Start the Dialaatide program will require an initial cash outlay of$98,000) VEHICLE OPERATING COSTS =$ 10,620 COMMUNICATION/DISPATCH/RADIOS/PHONES =$ 2,913 (To start the program will require a cash outlay of $2,050) ADVERTISING =$ 1,700 TOTAL COST FOR 1 WINTER SEASON OF DIAL A RIDE _$118.654 I PERSONNEL COSTS PER WINTER SEASON: Shift Arrive Start Service Begin End End End Total Break Break Service Shift Hours 1 5:15 am 5:30 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 4:30 pm 5:00 pm 10.25 2 9:45 am 10:00 am 1:00 pm 2:00 pm 6:30 pm 7:00 pm 8.25 3 4:15 pm 4:30 pm 9:30 pm 10:30 pm 3:00 am 3:30 am 10.25 4= 9:30 pm 10:30 pm 2" NS 'Note: These hours include 1 hour extra float time for peak season. The hours may be low depending on who might be available to cover shift#3's dinner. The potential hours needed for the service=30.75 30.75 Hours per Day x 150 Days per Winter Season=4,612.5 Hours 4612.6 Hours x$18.59 Per Hour($14.87+ benefits at 26%)_$85,746 NOTE:The Hourly cost does not include Overtime due to any Staffing shortages. TOTAL PERSONNEL COST=$85.746 VEHICLE PURCHASE OPTIONS(Does not include Capital Replacement Costs): Lease— $570/month each x 4 vehicles x 12 months TOTAL=$27,360/year Ski Racks&Luggage Racks- $500 each TOTAL=$2,000 NOTE: Lease price based on 6.7% interest. Lease requires 4 years. End of lease purchase is$1 per vehicle. The dealer estimates the residual value of the vehicles to be$10,000 each at the end of the 4-year life cycle. TOTAL VEHICLE LEASE COST=$111.444 Purchase— approximately$24,000 each TOTAL=$96,000 Ski Racks&Luggage Racks- $500 each TOTAL=$2,000 TOTAL VEHICLE PURCHASE COST=$98.000 VEHICLE COST based on initial cash outlay to start program. CAPITAL RESERVE COSTS: Based on 4-year life cycle for vehicles and a 3% price increase per year minus the residual value of $10,000 per vehicle. $110,300(total cost)minus$40,000(residual value)/4 years=$17,675 per year VEHICLE OPERATING COSTS (based on mileaael: Mileage- Average of 2.4 miles per trip one-way. Round trip 4.8 miles. (May not return to origin before beginning next trip) Vehicle MPG- 13 (could be lower due to winter environment, high use of 4-wheel drive, and low speeds) Number of Trips per Day- 1999= 17.4 (average for entire winter season) 1998=20 (average for entire winter season) 1997= 33.75 (average for entire winter season) 1996= 32.9 (average for entire winter season) 1995=23.55 (average for first 2 months that service was run Feb and Mar) 1996 and 1997 are representative of a decent level of service and the number of rides that would be averaged over the course of a winter season. (The highest number of trips in one day was 77 and the lowest number of trips was 8). 33 Trips per Day x 4.8 Miles per Trip= 158.4 Miles per Day 4 Shifts per Day x 5 Miles per Shift to fuel and clean bus=20 Miles per Day .5 trips per Day to Shop for repairs x 5 miles per trip=2.5 Miles per Day 158.4+20+2.5= 180.9 Miles per Day x 150 Days per Winter Season=27,135 Miles per Winter Season VEHICLE OPERATING/MAINTENANCE COSTS PER YEAR(WINTER SEASONI: $4,721 $0.174 per mile(fleet maintenance cost)x 27,135 miles per winter season. $2,734 27,135 miles/13 mpg=2,087 gallons of fuel (Fuel Cost based on$1.31 per gallon) $1,465 $0.054 per mile (body repair/paint/logos) $1,700 Insurance incremental cost to fleet expansion VEHICLE OPERATING COSTS =$10.620 COMMUNICATION/DISPATCH/RADIOS/PHONES; CELL PHONES: $450 per vehicle for"Hands Free"setup $125 per handset phone (2 phones for system) $200 per month for cell phone service (must purchase full year service) CELL PHONE COST PER YEAR: $513 Equipment(based on 4 year life cycle for phones and vehicle setups) $2,400 Phone Service TOTAL=$2,913 REGULAR PHONE LINE WITH RADIO REPEATER: (May not be feasible in 1a season—see note below) This would require a new channel issued by the FCC. We would be able to use our current phone equipment with a minor charge for setup to new channel. The issuance of a new channel would take 6 to 8 months. $6000 Base Station Repeater and Antenna $125 per vehicle setup $65 per month for phone service(in order to maintain phone#must be paid full year) REGULAR PHONE COST PER YEAR: $1,625 Equipment(based on 4 year life cycle) $780 1-year phone service TOTAL=$2,405 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE' MEETING DATE: October 02, 2000 BY: Joe Coffey STAFF: SUBJECT: 2000-2001 Rental Rates OVERVIEW: Attached to this communiqu6 are the proposed 2000-2001 rental rates. A small monthly rental increase is proposed in the 2001 Housing and Mountain View budgets. The proposed rent increases range from 2.02% to 3.03%. This equals a $10 to $15 per month increase for studios, $15 per month for the one bedroom and $20 to 525 per month for two bedrooms and 530 per month for the three bedroom apartments. The 2001 reserve fund contributions were increased and some annual operating expenses also increased. The current leases end on October 31" and the Housing Department prefers to give the residents as much notice as possible about rental increases. FINANCIAL SUMMARY: Not applicable. BOARD OR COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Not applicable. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Council adopt the proposed 2000-2001 rental rates. The housing Budgets will be reviewed with the Town Council in mid-October. low 2000-2005 HOUSING RENT STRUCTURE 2000 I 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % PROJECT # UNITS RENTS INCOME INCR. RENTS INCOME INCR. CREEKSIDE 2B/2B 29 $795.00 $276,660.00 2.58% $815.00 $283,620.00 2.52% 1B/1B 15 $590.00 $106,200.00 2.61% $605.00 $108,900.00 2.540/a 2B/2B(Maint.) 1 $395.00 $4,740.00 5.33% $415.00 $4,980.00 5.06% ANNUAL TOTAL $387,600 $397,500 ' PALISADES 28/1B 9 $790.00 $85,320.00 2.60% $810.00 $87,480.00 2.53% STUDIOS 16 $450.00 $86,400.00 2.27% $460.00 $88,320.00 2.22% 2B/2B(Maint.) 1 $390.00 $4,680.00 5.41% $410.00 $4,920.00 5.13% ANNUAL TOTAL $176,400 $180,720 ' BRUSH CREEK 16/16 3 $495.00 $17,820.00 2.06% $505.00 $18,180.00 2.02% STUDIO/LFT 12 $450.00 $64,800.00 2.27% $460.00 $66,240.00 2.22% STUDIOS 10 $380.00 $45,600.00 2.70% $390.00 $46,800.00 2.63% SM.STUDIO 1 $330.00 $3,960.00 1.54% $335.00 $4,020.00 1.52% ANNUAL TOTAL $132,180 $135,240 VILLAS NORTH 2B/IB 8 $825.00 $79,200.00 2.48% $845.00 $81,120.00 2.42% 1B/IB 8 $650.00 $62,400.00 2.36% $665.00 $63,840.00 2.31% STUDIOS 9 $485.00 $58,200.00 2.11% $495.00 $53,460.00 2.06% studio(Maint.) 1 $0.00 $0.00 0.00% $285.00 $3,420.00 0.00% 2B/2B 6 $955.00 $68,760.00 2.69% $980.00 $70,560.00 2.62% ANNUAL TOTAL $268,560 $272,400 GRAND TOTAL RENT $964,740 $985,860 2000-2005 MOUNTAIN VIEW RENT STRUCTURE 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 # MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % UNIT SIZE UNITS RENTS INCOME INCR. RENTS INCOME INCR. STUDIO 40 5480.00 $230,400.00 2.13% $490.00 $235,200.00 2.08% ONEBED 18 5695.00 $150,120.00 2.21% 5710.00 $153,360.00 2.160/a 2 BED 757 SF 8 $890.00 $85,440.00 2.30% $910.00 $87,360.00 2.25% 2 BED 1008 SF 21 $1,040.OP $262,080.00 2.46% $1,065.00 $268,380.00 2.40% 3 BED 5 $1,340.00 $80,400.00 2.290% $1,370.00 $82,200.00 2.24% TOTAL RENT 92 $808,440.00 5826,500.00 2000-2005 MOUNTAIN VIEW PHASE 11 RENTSTRUCTURE 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 # MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % UNIT SIZE UNITS RENTS INCOME INCR. RENTS INCOME INCR. STUDIO 18 $495.00 $106,920.00 3.13% $510.00 $110,160.00 3.03% ONE BEDROOM 4 $715.00 $34,320.00 2.88% $735.00 $35,280.00 2.80% 2 BEDROOM 4 ;1,065.00 $51,120.Q0 2.90% $1,095.00 $52,560.00 2.82 0k TOTAL RENT 26 $192,360.00 ;198,000.00 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: October 2, 2000 WHERE: Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road, Snowmass Village WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: ORDINANCE NO. 15, SERIES OF 2000,AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE V OF CHAPTER 16A OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE. TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. CODE: This application will be processed as an amendment to the text of the Land Use and Development Code,pursuant to Section 16A-5-210 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. INFO: A copy of the proposed amendments is on file and available for review in the Snowmass Village Community Development Department at the above address. For further information call 923-5524. Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on 09/13/00 H:\wpdata\Planning\Phnotice\TC Ord00-15 Article V Code Amend PHNotice0I COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: October 2, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Public Hearing: Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2000, an ordinance amending and restating certain provisions of Article V of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. Background: Article V of the Land Use Code was last discussed and first reading of Ordinance No. 15 occurred on September 25. A notice had been published for the public hearing to be held on October 2 in conjunction with second reading of the ordinance. Unfortunately, the Planning Commission was unable to review the proposed amendments at their September 20 meeting as first reading had not yet occurred. They will meet again on October 11 and provide their recommendations prior to second reading. Recommendation: Staff recommends continuing the public hearing until the October 16 Town Council meeting. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Article V LUC Amendments TCMemo04 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING CHANGE OF MEETING DATE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING ON THIS MATTER PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 18, 2000 WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL AS FOLLOWS. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: October 2,2000 TWIE: During a meeting which begins at 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To Receive Public Comment on Town Council Resolution No. 37, Series of 2000, a resolution concerning an Annual Temporary Use Permit request by the Timbers at Snowmass, LLC to allow the relocation and continued use of a temporary model facility and associated signage within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat, for marketing the Timbers Club at Snowmass. CODE: The application will be processed as a variance pursuant to Section 16A-5- 260 of the Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. INFO: Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Community Development Department or by phone at 970-923-5524 during normal business hours. Written comments may be submitted prior to the public hearing to: Snowmass Village Community Development Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attn: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Submitted by: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on August 30, 2000 Change Notice Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on September 13, 2000. �� vow COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: October 2, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Dean C. Stahman, Planner Subject: Public Hearing and Action: Resolution No. 37, Series of 2000, a resolution approving an annual temporary use permit for Norris And Associates, Inc. to allow the placement and use of a 28' x 60' temporary office/model facility within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat, for marketing the Timbers Club at Snowmass. Overview: Timbers Club at Snowmass has applied for an Annual Temporary Use Permit (ATUP) to allow the relocation of a 28' x 60' temporary office/model facility and associated signage within Parcel K, as shown in Exhibit "A." The office/model will be accessed two ways: 1) by direct ski in/out and 2) by shuttle service from the mall to Parking Lot B, then traverse Assay Hill by foot. The Timbers Club has submitted an agreement with The Aspen Skiing Company (see Exhibit "B") allowing the office/model to: 1) be placed within a terminable skiing easement held by ASC, 2) utilize parking Lot B (incorrectly referred to as Lot C), and 3) be accessed by walking across Assay Hill using a preferred route. The parking of a shuttle in Lot B will not interfere with day parking operations. The building height of 12'4" will not change. The finish floor elevation for the new location is 1010. The finish floor elevation at the original site is 1010 also, since that area had to be built up slightly. Therefore, the office/model will not appear to be any higher.at the new location. PLANNING The Planning Commission approved Resolution 29, Series COMMISSION 2000 (see Exhibit "C"), recommending approval for this RECOMMENDATION: Annual Temporary Use Permit. -)eWAW REVIEW An application for an ATUP shall comply with all of the STANDARDS: following standards: 1. Use shall be appropriate: The proposed temporary use shall be appropriate in the particular location, taking into consideration the nature of the use, its relationship to surrounding land uses and its impact with respect to environmental, social and economic matters. 2. Use shall comply with policies and regulations: The proposed temporary use shall comply with the Town's adopted policies and regulations, and shall not violate any applicable state, county or federal laws. 3. Applicant's skills and experience: The applicant shall demonstrate the he or she possesses the requisite skill and experience to ensure that the particular activity will be conducted in a safe and orderly manner. 4. Written approval: The applicant shall obtain written approval from all reviewing agencies having jurisdiction over the proposed temporary use. COMMENTS: This proposal meets the review standards from Section 16A-5-260(d) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. Staff Planning Staff recommends approval of this application Recommendation: P:\userkdstahman\TimbersClub—ATUP-2000—TCMemo Communique _ 19 - TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 37 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT FOR NORRIS AND ASSOCIATES, INC. TO ALLOW THE PLACEMENT AND USE OF A 28' X 60' TEMPORARY OFFICE/MODEL FACILITY WITHIN PARCEL K, FARAWAY RANCH GROSS PARCEL PLAT, FOR MARKETING THE TIMBERS CLUB AT SNOWMASS. WHEREAS, Norris and Associates, Inc. ("Applicant") has applied for an Annual Temporary Use Permit to allow the placement and use of a 28' x 60' temporary office/model facility and associated signage within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat, for marketing the Timbers Club At Snowmass, as further described in Exhibit "A" which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference; and WHEREAS, the Timbers Club at Snowmass has reached an agreement with the Aspen Skiing Company ("ASC"), as detailed in Exhibit "B", to allow placement of the office/model in part on a terminable skiing easement which provides surface rights to ASC, to allow parking within an ASC owned lot for a shuttle that will transport non-skiing visitors, and to allow these non-skiing visitors to traverse Assay Hill Ski Run by foot using a preferred route, as shown in Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed the application on September 20, 2000, heard the recommendations of the Town Staff, and has recommended approval through Planning Commission Resolution Number 29, Series 2000; and WHEREAS, a public hearing was commenced before the Town Council on October 2, 2000 to receive public comment; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has now reviewed the annual temporary use permit application and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Findings. Based upon the information submitted and testimony in the record, the Town Council finds as follows: 1. The application has been submitted and public notification has occurred in accordance with the provisions of Section 16A-5-260 and Section 16A-5-60(b), respectively, of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code (the "Municipal Code"). 2. The Applicant has sufficiently demonstrated that the proposed temporary office/model facility and the uses to occur within will comply with the Review Standards for approving an Annual Temporary Use Permit contained in Section 16A-5-260(d) of the Municipal Code. — moo — PC Reso 99-13 Page 2 Section Two: Permit Authorization. The Town Council hereby authorizes the issuance of an Annual Temporary Use Permit for Norris and Associates, Inc. to allow the placement and use of a 28' x 60' temporary office/model facility and associated signage within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat, for marketing the Timbers Club At Snowmass, as shown in Exhibit A. Said approval should be subject to satisfying the following conditions. Section Three: Conditions of Permit Approval. The authorization of the Annual Temporary Use Permit shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. The term of this permit shall be for one (1) year from the effective date of this resolution. The hours of operation shall be from 8:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m., seven (7) days per week. 2. The model unit shall be located as shown in Exhibit A. 3. The Applicant will provide access to the model unit for staff and visitors by: (a) direct ski in/out from Assay Hill or; (b) shuttle service from the Snowmass Village Mall to Parking Lot B, then visitors will traverse Assay Hill on foot, using a preferred route detailed in Exhibit A. The Applicant may utilize up to 5 parking spaces in Lot B. 4. The signage dimensions and locations are detailed in Exhibit A. The signs shall not be illuminated. The freestanding sign at the project entry shall be removed at such time as the Applicant locates any other development sales signs at that location as may be permitted by the Town sign code. 5. In the event the applicants receive any complaint arising from this operation, they shall exhibit due diligence in attempting to resolve the problem. Since this program is being conducted under the sole supervision and control of the Applicants during the period in which construction will be occurring, certain refinements, modifications, or amendments to the operational plan may be necessary in response to impacts, complaints or concerns which were not apparent at the time application was made. Any such changes may be authorized by the Town Manager, or designee, provided they are not in conflict with the findings and Review Standards relative to this Annual Temporary Use Permit. 6. The operation shall not generate debris, excessive noise, lighting, traffic, or congestion that will adversely or unreasonably affect surrounding residential uses. 7. The Applicant shall obtain all necessary building, electrical and other Town _■ SAW two PC Reso 99-13 Page 3 permits and inspections prior to commencing operations. 8. All requirements of the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire District Chief and Town Police Chief, or designees, whether imposed prior to or during the term of this permit, must be satisfied and shall be considered conditions of this permit. 9. The applicant shall promptly notify the Snowmass Village Planning Office of any additions, modifications, or amendments to this permit or proposed use of the subject property. Any such changes should not be in conflict with the findings and Review Standards relative to this Annual Temporary Use Permit and may be permitted with written approval of the Town Manager or referred by him to the Town Council for review. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on the motion Town Council member and the second of Town Council member by a vote of _in favor and _ against, on this 2 o day of October, 2000. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk %OW sow ACCESS TO THE _ - 7 g J WOOD BRIDGE EEK R AD EXISTING 'J t T1J `%' }', ONSTRUCTION U H C l -' FENCING O b MODEL UNIT Sign schedule: sign t-3'x4'free standing -- -i c �,, "open house" ORANGE FENCING 2-3'x4'mounted on building BY SKICO / y'✓,J yy - W(� _ "model open" \\ 3-2''x2 mounted on guardrail T -- , F model open' MODEL UNI - rn \ F Ca New floor elevation information: -Building floor and levation ec e / . Q) \ )C - sign 3.\ will be set at 1010.(110) -Grade will be brought up to a fie" // 1�'� constant 1008(*/-)at the \ building elevation that faces the 6 /SKI ski slope. / % TRAIL.f` i CONSTRUC TI ON Pao -\...FENCIN PARK/ryC tt a� Fi PARKING FOR �. N��M PARKMC MODEL UNIT VISITORS H x x w EXHIBIT "B" TC Resolution No. 37, Series 2000 , p. 1 of 2 4. ASPEN S K I I N G COMPANY September 6,2000 Mr. David Burden Timbers Club P.O.Box 6459 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 Dear David: I am writing to clarify our understanding for the temporary location of the Timbers Club sales center at the base of Assay Hill at Snowmass. The situation is as follows: 1. You will locate the sales center, in part,on the terminable skiing easement which provides surface rights to Aspen Skiing Company. Location of any building structure on this land requires our approval. The attached illustration roughly depicts the proposed location of the building. The!ocation has also been staked in the field. We will work with you to field locate this building and we require-to further survey work. 2. No direct vehicular access will be possible once construction begins. We understand that you will arrange for a parking permit with the town and access the site for non- skiing visitors from parking lot"C'•. Tim Truelove has met with Rob Baxter and you understand our concerns relative to walling in a high traffic ski trail_ Rob has given you our preferred walking route and you agree that this route will be used. 3. This agreement is for one year and covers the 2000/2001-ski season only. 4. In consideration for the use of the easement, you agree to work with is on a best effort basis to locate compacted fill on lot 44 of the Divide subdivision which is the site for our proposed vehicle maintenance center. We can take up to 10,000 cubic yards of structural fill. 5. The Timbers Club at Snowmass. L.L.C. will indemnify and defend Aspen Skiing Company from and against all claims of any sort whatsoever arising out of or related to the use of the lands within the Aspen Skiing Company easement boundary. In support of that obligation,Timbers will obtain and maintain in full force and effect, a policy of comprehensive general liability insurance with combined single limits of not less than one million dollars and which policy shall name Aspen Skiing Company as an additional insured thereunder. As of the date of this setter we have received the insurance documentation. PW O kt sox 1248 •!.turn,CO 81615 970.921.1520•Fax 070.YZJ.4875 wnaf4lalpalowl ' ®wrrsw AC,ae r.s.. ,,,MW EXHIBIT "B" TC Resolution No. 37, Series 2000, p. 2 of 2 Mr. David Burden August 30,2000 Page Two If the above meets with your agreement,please indicate by signing below. We look forward to working out the details outlined above. Sincerely, A i eGKamnelVice-President,Planning and Development Approved by: David Burden The Timbers CIub at Snowmass,L.L.C. COMM EXHIBIT "C" TC Resolution No. 37, Series 2000 (NOTE: Exhibits A & E p. 1 of 3 from PC Reso. 29 , 20C SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION same as TC Reso. 37 , RESOLUTION NO. 29 2000) SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION RECOMMENDING APPROVAL OF AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT FOR NORRIS AND ASSOCIATES, INC. TO ALLOW THE PLACEMENT AND USE OF A 28' X 60' TEMPORARY OFFICE/MODEL FACILITY WITHIN PARCEL K, FARAWAY RANCH GROSS PARCEL PLAT, FOR MARKETING THE TIMBERS CLUB AT SNOWMASS. WHEREAS, Norris and Associates, Inc. ("Applicant") has applied for an Annual Temporary Use Permit to allow the placement and use of a 28' x 60' temporary office/model ....facility and associated signage within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat, for marketing the Timbers Club At Snowmass, as further described in Exhibit"A" which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference; and WHEREAS, the Timbers Club at Snowmass has reached an agreement with the Aspen Skiing Company ("ASC"), as detailed in Exhibit"B", to allow placement of the office/model in part on a terminable skiing easement which provides surface rights to ASC, to allow parking within an ASC owned lot for a shuttle that will transport non-skiing visitors, and to allow these non-skiing visitors to traverse Assay Hill Ski Run by foot using a preferred route, as shown in Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed the application on September 20, 2000 and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Findings. Based upon the information submitted and testimony in the record, the Planning Commission finds as follows: 1. The application has been submitted in accordance with the provisions of Section 16A- 5-260 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code (the "Municipal Code"). 2. The Applicant has sufficiently demonstrated that the proposed temporary office/model facility and the uses to occur within will comply with the Review Standards for approving an Annual Temporary Use Permit contained in Section 16A-5-260(d)of the Municipal Code. Section Two: Recommendation. The Planning Commission hereby recommends that the Town Council authorize the issuance of an Annual Temporary Use Permit to Norris and Associates, Inc. to allow the placement and use of a 28' x 60' temporary office/model facility and associated signage within Parcel K, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat, for marketing the Timbers Club At Snowmass, as shown in Exhibit A. Said approval should be subject to satisfying the following conditions. �w EXHIBIT "C" TC Resolution No. 37 , Series 2000, p. 2 of 3 PC Reso 99-13 Page 2 Section Three: Conditions of Permit Approval. The authorization of the Annual Temporary Use Permit shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. The term of this permit shall be for one (1) year from the effective date of this resolution. The hours of operation shall be from 8:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m., seven (7) days per week. 2. The model unit shall be located as shown in Exhibit A. 3. The Applicant will provide access to the model unit for staff and visitors by: (a) direct ski in/out from Assay Hill or; (b) shuttle service from the Snowmass Village Mall to Parking Lot B, then visitors will traverse Assay Hill on foot, using a preferred route detailed in Exhibit A. The Applicant may utilize up to 5 parking spaces in Lot B. 4. The signage dimensions and locations are detailed in Exhibit A. The signs shall not be illuminated. The freestanding sign at the project entry shall be removed at such time as the Applicant locates any other development sales signs at that location as may be permitted by the Town sign code. 5. In the event the applicants receive any complaint arising from this operation, they shall exhibit due diligence in attempting to resolve the problem. Since this program is being conducted under the sole supervision and control of the Applicants during the period in which construction will be occurring, certain refinements, modifications, or amendments to the operational plan may be necessary in response to impacts, complaints or concerns which were not apparent at the time application was made. Any such changes may be authorized by the Town Manager, or designee, provided they are not in conflict with the findincs and Review Standards relative to this Annual Temporary Use Permit. 6. The operation shall not generate debris, excessive noise, lighting, traffic, or congestion that will adversely or unreasonably affect surrounding residential uses. 7. The Applicant shall obtain all necessary building, electrical and other Town permits and inspections prior to commencing operations. 8. All requirements of the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire District Chief and Town Police Chief, or designees, whether imposed prior to or during the term of this permit, must be satisfied and shall be considered conditions of this permit. 9. The applicant shall promptly notify the Snowmass Village Planning Office of any A 1 saw EXHIBIT "C" TC Resolution No. 37, Series 2000, p. 3 of 3 PC Reso 99-13 Page 3 additions, modifications, or amendments to this permit or proposed use of the subject property. Any such changes should not be in conflict with the findings and Review Standards relative to this Annual Temporary Use Permit and may be permitted with written approval of the Town Manager or referred by him to the Town Council for review. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on the motion of Planning Commission member Jim Gustafson and the second of Planning Commission member Doug Faurer, by a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against, on this 20d' day of September, 2000. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNI COMMISSION George P. uggins, Ch ' an ATTEST: Sherry Kt ntire, Planning Commission Secretary ..� MAW P0 �• SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WAS CONTINUED FROM THE 09-18.00 TOWN COUNCIL MEETING AS FOLLOWS: WHEN: August 14,2000 Continued to August 21,2000 Continued to September 5.2000 Continued to September 18,2000 Continued to October 2,2000 WHERE: Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor.Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road.Snowmass Village WHY: To receive public comment regarding Town Council Resolution No. 25. Series of 2000, a resolution concerning the Parcel "N' Affordable Housing Preliminary Plan submission. including subdivision plat and rezoning from SPA-I to MF Multi-Family. LOCATION: Parcel N.Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat,as recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Pages 5-6 in the records of the Pitkin County,Colorado Clerk and Recorder. CODE: This application will be processed as a Sketch Plan, pursuant to Section 16A-5-350 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. 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. Submitted by:Trudi Worline.Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on June 14.2000 Posted on September 15.2000 Continuation Posted and Published in the Snowmass Villaae Sun on 09-27-2000 -j9 - COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: October 2, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: 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: ❑ Architecture, Site Design and Landscaping (New Design Proposal) ❑ Request to amend application ❑ Consistency with General Restrictions and Review Standards (Staff) ❑ TC direction to staff regarding preparation of resolution Overview: Joe Coffey, Snowmass Village Housing Director (Applicant), had originally made application on behalf of the Town to receive Preliminary PUD approval for a seventeen (17) unit , three (3) building, affordable housing project to be constructed within Parcel N, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat. In response to concerns expressed by Ridge unit owners, recommendations from the Planning Commission and site considerations, the Applicant has amended the development proposal to: 1) reduce the number of units from seventeen (17) to sixteen (16) units; 2) reduce the number of buildings from three (3) to two (2); 3) increase the distance between the Ridge property line and nearest building to forty (40) feet; 4) more than tripled the distance between the Ridge property line and parking/turn-around surface; and 5) increased the separation distance between the carports and trail for additional landscaping. The Applicant will be submitting a letter at the meeting requesting that the Town Council accept the proposed amendment. The Applicant needs to provide a brief overview of the new design proposal, discuss how the changes represent an overall improvement to the project and how they are consistent with recommendations made by the Planning Commission or respond to some of the issues discussed at prior meetings. The Town Council will then need to determine whether the application should be amended and 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. An 11"X 17"copy of the amended site plan and landscaping plan have been placed in you council boxes. Copies are available at the Community Development Department for pick-up by the public. Staff Comments: Staff comments will be provided at the meeting following the applicant's presentation. Pages 9-23 of the Applicant's original submission document discuss consistency with the General Restrictions and Review Standards specified within the Land Use Code. Depending upon whether the proposed amendments are accepted by the Town Council or whether the application remains as originally submitted, staff will provide comments regarding the development and whether it is consistent with each restriction and standard that applies to a Preliminary PUD application. Staff Staff recommends that the topics listed within the "Subject" Recommendation: block above be discussed during the regular meeting. It would be very helpful to receive direction for preparing a draft resolution, provided the application is not referred to the Planning Commission. P:\user\coonrad\MS Word Docs\TC 00-25 Parcel N Affordable Hsg Prelim PUD TCMemo04 �� ' low Pinee atzR-=i . �\ , `, ,, ' �°• 'O►.i•mow,; '`�• ��� ♦ 8 OPTION 1A (REVISED) \\ a • ' (Ie)38R fM rtS 95 prix 3PCs n/tl/ro (0 2pR vN rts IZ PPy,sFes RENO SM[TH I p1 �I 7 s + s s + s s s s O oc� oo , 00 �� 4 4 s r s LANDSCAPE PLAN RENO-SMITH COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: October 2, 2000 Presented By: Gary Suiter Subject: PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT Overview: This Public Hearing complies with the Statutory provisions set forth at 31- 251201, ET. SEQ of Colorado Revised Statutes. Recommendation: Take public comments, close the public hearing, An ordinance forming the district will be forth coming in November. -3fiq - NOTICE OF CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING FROM SEPTEMBER 13, 2000 TO OCTOBER 2, 2000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE CREATION OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT OFFICIAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at 4:00 p.m. on September 13, 2000, at the Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers, located at 16 Kearns Road, the Town Council will hold a public hearing at which time members of the public will be invited to express their views either orally or in writing on the creation of the Snowmass Village Mall Business Improvement District (the "District') in accordance with the statutory provisions set forth at§ 31-25-1201, et. seq. of Colorado Revised Statutes (the "Act'). A petition requesting organization of the District has been filed with the Town. The general description of the boundaries and service area of the proposed District is all commercially assessed real property generally located on or abutting the . Snowmass Village Mall, including without limitation the Gateway Building, excepting the condominium owned by the Town of Snowmass Village, composed of mall area, offices, retail establishments and restaurants; the central mall area owned by the Snowmass Village Limited Partnership composed of mall area, offices, retail establishments and restaurants, the Snowmass Real Estate building composed of mall area and offices; the Hive Building owned by Mountainaire Properties composed of mall area, offices, retail establishments and restaurants; the Silvertree Hotel commercial area excluding all hotel rooms, composed of mall area, offices, retail establishments and restaurants; Snowmass Conference Center; and the area of the proposed Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza Project located on Town parking lot numbers 3-10 and adjoining lands. The District is being organized for the purpose of financing and constructing, or assisting in the financing and construction of, the Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza Project and related street improvements. The District may also exercise any other powers granted by the Act from time to time as are approved by the Town Council. Dated: August 22, 2000 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Public Hearing Continuation Notice Posted and Published in the Snowmass Village Sun on 09-27-2000. - 3 �- 09/07/2000 08:18 9709232160 F PAGE 02 FINANCIAL PLAN CbNCERNING THE CREATION OF A BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DIM TRICT A Business Improves "District, as outlined in the petition before the Snowmass Town Council,proposes the following: That this Business Imp�ovematt District be formed with the single purpose of raising funds to create additiotal parking in the immediate vicinity of the Snowmass Village Mall. These funds would eorre from two sources: 1-A per square foot tabs assessment on all leasable space within the boundaries of the District. This space would include all heated,rental space whether currently leased or used for proprietaty•pdtposes. This tax is proposed to be the $1.00 per square'tbot per year for the term of the bonded debt(20 years anticipated). 2-In lieu of taxes the Snowmass Resort Association has agreed to remit the sum of $32,000/per year for the term of the debt,this sum approximates the square footage of the cumin confereme center. The Business Improvement District as proposed consists of approximately 160,000 square feet. Of this 120,000 are subject to a tax assessment par item#1 above. The square footages need t0 be independently audited but the petitioners believe these numbers to be conservative estimates. Current bond information assumes a 20-year indebtedness and a 6.25%interest. This financial plan proposes that the above taxes be instituted and that the collection of these taxes will conpnibkde approximately$1,650,000 to the anticipated construction cost of the mall area transit(center and parking as planned. For the Petitioners: Gateway Center of Sn*wmass,John Francis date Snowmass Village Limited P hip,Jeff Server date Mou o Inc . Wesley Jenson date / 09107/2000 08:20 9709232160 F F'HGL bi FINANCIAL.PLAN CONCERNING THE CREATION OF A BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DIStMCT A Business Improvement District, as outlined in the petition before the Snowmass Town Council,proposes the following: That this Business Impfovement District be formed with the single purpose of raising funds to create additional parking in the immediate vicinity of the Snowmass Village Mall. These funds would come from two sources: 1-A per square foot tai assessment on all leasable space within the boundaries of the District. This space would include all heated,rental space whether currently leased or used for proprietary putposes. This tax is proposed to be the $1.00 per square foot per year for the term of theibonded debt(20 years anticipated). 24n lieu of taxes the Snowmass Resort Association has agreed to remit the sum of S32,000/per year for the term of the debt, this sum approximates the square footage of the current conference Center. The Business ImprovenMent District as proposed consists of approximately 160, 000 square feet. Of this 12$,000 are subject to a tax assessment per item#1 above. The square footages need td be independently audited but the petitioners believe these numbers to be conservative estimates. Current bond information assumes a 20-year indebtedness and a 6.25%interest. This financial plan proposes that the above taxes be instituted and that the collection of these taxes will contribute approximately S 1,650,000 to the anticipated construction cost of the mall area transit tenter and parking as planned. For the Petitioners: Gatewav Cen hn Francis date SNOWMASS GEL BY She n AFM leffiry P.3 .Pfufdmt date , S owmass Partnership,Jeff Server Mountainsire Properties, Inc.,R. Wesley Jenson datt 3 � - COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: October 2, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Discussion and First Reading: Ordinance No. 19, Series of 2000, an ordinance amending and restating certain provisions of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code relating to accessory caretaker units within the DU Duplex zone district. Overview: Kenneth H. Roberts and K. Brent Waldron, the owner's of Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, had requested Subdivision Exemption approval to condominiumize the existing duplex and manager's quarters as three (3) separate units. This matter was discussed at your August 21 meeting and the owners were represented by Paul Taddune. Staff was directed at that meeting to return with an ordinance amending the Land Use Code in a manner which would allow caretaker units within two-family residences in those cases where they were created prior to incorporation of the Town. COMMENTS: The enclosed ordinance contains proposed amendments that allow the Town Council the opportunity to review requests by lot owners for existing caretaker units not previously registered by the Town to now be authorized as pre-existing accessory caretaker units. Units within a single-family detached dwelling that were created prior to April 16, 1985 (the effective date of the ordinance first allowing caretaker units within the Town) or units in a two-family dwelling within the DU zone district created prior to September 21, 1977 (date of incorporation of the Town) may be permitted to remain provided certain provisions are satisfied. You may recall that staff felt that the "Manager's Quarters" located within the basement of one of the duplex units should not be considered as a legal non-conforming unit. Although evidence was presented to indicate that it had been created prior to the incorporation of the Town, there was insufficient evidence provided to demonstrate that it had been legally 3 8' created. The provisions contained within the ordinance include an inspection requirement calling for the unit to be modified as needed to ensure that it will be reasonably safe for occupancy. Another issue brought up during the August 21 meeting was that the review standards for approving a subdivision exemption request to condominiumize the three (3) units states that the proposed condominiumization needed to comply with the standards of the zoning district in which the property is located. The parcel is within the DU Duplex zone district which only permits Single Family Detached or Two-Family Dwellings. Currently, the creation of three (3) separate units would conflict with the underlying zoning. Table 3-1 is proposed to be amended to permit one (1) accessory caretaker unit within a DU Duplex zoned lot provided that unit was created prior to incorporation of the Town and the criteria for authorizing a pre- existing unit are satisfied. Staff Staff recommends first reading approval of the enclosed Recommendation: ordinance. PAuser\cconrad\MS Word Docs\TC Ord 00-19 Chpt 16A ACU Duplex TCMemo01 wow 344 9-27-00 Dear Chris, Here are my measurements for the square footage of 19 Northridge Lane Unit 3. I have included the Storage area in the total but I am not sure if it is considered living space. It has bare walls, insulation, pipes all over, and no windows. I use it for storage and a workbench. Here is the breakdown. Kitchen. 14x14 196 square feet. Living room 14x14 196 square feet. Boy's room. 14x10140 square feet. Master bedroom. 10.5x15 157.5 square feet. Bath room. 7x5 35 square feet. Hallway. 16x4 80 square feet. Old sauna room converted to computer area attached to master bedroom. 12x8.5 102 square feet. Storage area. 14x12 168 square feet. This gives us a total of 1074.5 if my math is correct. Hope this helps. . .And thanks for all your hard work on this project. Rocky Huber and Family. �� ""� u O u u o I Q°1 I (l ^t - A1TH \\yy per*oC'� C,10� i1 old/5� hwrr rr a� n�s1u01 L„i��`� useJ� �1or c1�sR4. .... .o TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 19 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 16A OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO ACCESSORY CARETAKER UNITS WITHIN THE DU DUPLEX ZONE DISTRICT. WHEREAS, amendments to Chapter 16A contained in this Ordinance are being processed under the provisions of Section 5-210(C)(7) of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code"); and WHEREAS, the Town Council directed the Planning Staff to propose amendments to Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code to permit accessory caretaker units within two-family dwellings if said units were created prior to the incorporation of the Town and to prepare this Ordinance to formalize the amendments; and WHEREAS, the Town Council will refer the amendments to the Planning Commission after first reading for comment; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission will review the amendments and make its recommendations to the Town Council at its meeting occurring on October 11, 2000; and WHEREAS, the Town Council will review the recommendations of the Planning Commission on November 6, 2000; and WHEREAS, notice of a Public Hearing to be held on November 6, 2000 will published in the Snowmass Sun, in accordance with the provisions of Sections 16A-5-60(6)(1) and 16A-5-210(C)(6) of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the public hearing will be held on that date in order to receive public comment concerning the proposed amendments; and WHEREAS, the Town Council will have, prior to second reading, considered the application, all relevant support materials, the report of the Town Staff, the Planning Commission recommendations and public testimony given at the Public Hearing; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this Ordinance complies with the provisions of Section 16A-5-210(E) of the Municipal Code; and TC Ord 00-19 Page 2 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the procedure and requirements set forth in Section 16A-5-210 of the Municipal Code have been satisfied; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Amendment to Chapter 16A. The provisions of Chapter 16Aof the Municipal Code are hereby amended and restated as follows: a. The portions of Table 3-1 noted are amended and restated as follows: Uses:A m Allowed; SF SF SF SF I SF EST DU MF MU MU CC CC PUB CON OS S-Special Review; 4 6 15 30 150 PUD PUD PUD P-Prohibited Realdentlal'and ACCamtnodathin Uses y Single-Family Detached A A A I A.,,. ,..A A A A P A P P P P P Dwelling' Two-Family Dwelling= P P I P I P I P P A I A P A P P P P P Single-Family Attached P P P I P I P P P A A A PI A P P P Dwelling Multi-Family Dwelling P P P I P I P P P A A A P A P P P Notes: 1. An accessory employee unit(AEU)may be permitted in conjunction with any single-family detached dwelling,pursuant to Section 16A-3-230,Accessory rimplayaaUnits. 2. See Section 16A-5-550,Time Share,for applicable standards and submission contents. 3. Conference facilities shall be directly associated with a hotel/lodge or multi-family use. 4. See Section 16A-3-240,Home Occupations,for standards applicable to this particular use. 5. See Section 16A-3-250,Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices,for standards applicable to this particular use. 6 One(1)accessory caretaker unit(ACU)may be permitted within a two-family dwelling on a lot located within the DU zone district it creat&F____S____ber 71. 1977,pursuant to Section I OA-3-23U.ACCeSSOa units. +f 3 - TC Ord 00-19 Page 3 b. Section 16A-3-230, Accessory units, as noted is amended and restated as follows: Sec. 16A3-230. Accessory units. One (1) accessory caretaker unit (ACU) or one (1) accessory employee unit (AEU) may be installed in a single-family detached dwelling, or one (1) accessory caretaker unit (ACU) may be permitted within a two-family dwelling, subject to compliance with the provisions of this Section. (1) Standards for an accessory caretaker unit. An ACU shall comply with the following standards: a. Size. The size of the ACU shall be not less than three hundred (300) square feet or greater than seven hundred fifty (750) square feet, and shall be built within the maximum allowable floor area for the lot. b. Variance. The only variance that may be granted to accommodate the ACU is a setback or height variance. c. Exterior entrance. The ACU shall have a separate exterior entrance from the single-family detached dwelling that is practically accessible as the primary means of access to the AEU. d. Parking. There shall be provided at least one (1) on-site parking space per bedroom in the ACU in addition to those parking spaces required for the single-family detached dwelling. e. No short-term rental. An ACU shall not be rented on a short-term basis or for vacation-type rentals. All rentals shall be for a minimum term of six (6) months. E Pre-existing dwelling units With Town Council approval one (1) ACU created prior to April 16 1985 in a single-family detached dwelling or one (1) ACU created prior to September 21. 1977 in a two-family dwelling within the DU zone district may be permitted to remain. provided: 1. The lot owner has submitted architectural drawings reflecting the "As-Built" condition definina the ACU unit. 2. The lot owner has submitted a report from a private building inspection consultant whose qualifications are acceptable to the A f'iq TC Ord 00-19 Page 4 Town, containing their findings with regard to consistency with the Town's building. fire, electrical, and/or plumbing codes as found within the ACU unit and recommendations as to whether modifications should occur in order for the unit to be occupied in a safe manner. 3. That based upon the review of the inspector's report and recommendations of the Town Building Official, who may inspect said ACU prior to any approval being granted, the lot owner agrees to obtain the necessary permits and pertorm the recommended modifications that need to occur prior to any registration. rental or conveyance of the ACU unit. 4. The total floor area of all improvements on the lot, including the rinci al structure including the ACU unit as calculated in Section 16A-3-210(b) of this Chapter shall not exceed the maximum allowed floor area for the lot on which the principal unit is located. 5. The lot owner has successfully demonstrated that the subject unit existed within the principal structure on or before the apakable date specified above and that no other ACU units exist on the lot. 6. The existing ACU unit is in conformity with Subsection (1) above, except that the subject ACU may be acceptable for registration if, at the sole discretion of the Town Council and following presentation of evidence thereon it is satisfactorily demonstrated that such nonconformity may be determined to be minor in nature or that compliance would be impractical and would cause an unreasonable hardship upon the lot owner. In cases such as this. the Town Council may impose conditions reasonably necessary to mitigate impacts upon surrounding property owners or to specify a timeframe within which the ACU unit or nonconformity must be brought into compliance with Subsection (1) above. c. Section 16A-"20(3), Accessory unit completion and registration, as noted Is amended and restated as follows: (3) Accessory unit completion and registration. a. Completion. Aa new accessory unit shall be completed within the period prescribed by the building permit issued for its construction. All "Now ��s. TC Ord 00-19 Page 5 modifications to a pre-existing ACU shall be completed within the period prescribed by the building electrical plumbing or other permits reauired by the Town Council for it to be registered. b. ACU notice of registration. Upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy for as new ACU or certificate of completion for aare-existing ACU, a notice of registration of the ACU shall be issued by the Planning Director, and a true and accurate copy shall be filed for record in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of the County. Such registration shall be valid for the existence of the new ACU or, in the case of are-existing units, may be subject to the terms and conditions imposed by the Town Council. 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 October 2, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of_ in favor and _against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED as amended, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on November 6, 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 snow �� COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: October 2, 2000 Presented By: Trudi Worline Subject: RESOLUTION NO. 39, SERIES OF 2000, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING TWO NEW MEMBERS TO THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ARTS ADVISORY BOARD Overview: Two applicants, June Breen Gordon and Sandy Stay, were interviewed during a Town Council Work Session held on September 18, 2000. This resolution officially appoints them to the Arts Advisory Board. Recommendation: Approval SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 39 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING TWO NEW MEMBERS TO THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ARTS ADVISORY BOARD WHEREAS, Section 8.1 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of all boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council; and WHEREAS, Two vacancies are available on the Arts Advisory Board; and WHEREAS, the following citizens have expressed an interest to serve on the Arts Advisory Board; and WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 23, Series of 2000 states that the Arts Advisory Board shall consist of not less than five (5) nor more that fifteen (15) members; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Appointments and Terms That the following citizens are hereby appointed to serve as follows: ARTS ADVISORY BOARD 1-YEAR TERM June Breen Gordon 10/2000 — 01/2001 Sandy Stay 10/2000 — 01/2001 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 2nd day of October with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of_ in favor to_ opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor ATTEST: TRUDI WORLINE, Town Clerk w� �'� TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, TOWN MANAGER RE: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: SEPTEMBER 28, 2000 Mf IK�MMiMMMM*kMMMMekw!IMkK4RMff�YM4}W,N VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE The Town offices are organizing a Voter Registration Drive at the Snowmass Center from October 2nd through October 10"', the last day to register. We will have a table at the entrance to the Village Market and Post Office manned by citizen volunteers and Town staff. This is a non-political effort intended solely to increase voter registration in the hopes of a record turn out this November. BUDGET PROCESS Just a reminder that Town Council Budget Meetings are scheduled for October 171h 18d' and 19'"from 12 noon to 4:00 p.m. Additionally, the Financial Advisory Board has completed its review of the Town budget and has formulated recommendations for consideration by the Town Council. Please note that a tentative EOTC Meeting is also scheduled on the 19th in Snowmass Village, RTA- IGA I am currently working with Pitkin County to develop a new Intergovernmental Agreement that reallocates the existing sales taxes in the upper valley, consistent with the RTA funding plan. I hope to have a draft of this document within the next few weeks. Following a thorough staff review, we will bring this document to Council for your input. "PEG CHANNEL I have been meeting with Pitkin County, City of Aspen and the Town of Basalt regarding the possible formation of a new Public/Education/Government (PEG)TV station on existing Channel 11. We have come to the conclusion that the local governments do not currently have the resources to begin a new television station from scratch. An annual operating budget could be in excess of$200,000. Instead, we are looking to create an Intergovernmental Agreement with Grassroots TV(Channel 12) as a means to stabilize government funding, improve the quality of the telecast, and garner more predictable airtime for government meetings and issues. We will bring a draft document to the Town Council, probably later this year. Please let me know if you agree with this approach or if you would prefer another avenue. 'Response requested �f9 - SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES 08-14-2000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, August 14, 2000 at 5:30 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Jack Hatfield, Mark Brady, Kevin Costello COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Douglas Mercatoris STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Alan Richman, Consultant; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Jennifer Worth, Deputy Town Clerk PLANNING COMMISSION PRESENT: Arnold Mordkin, George Huggins, Bob Purvis PUBLIC PRESENT: Michael Wasserman, Mr. Schneider, David Billings, Charlie Watts, John Dresser, Don Schuster, Madeleine Osberger, Rebecca Harlowe, Scott Smith, Alan Richman and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. NOTE: Due to an oversight when creating the Agenda for this Meeting, no discussion was assigned as Item No. 2. Item No. 3: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION - RESOLUTION NO. 25, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL ACTION ON A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PARCEL "W AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRELIMINARY PLAN SUBMISSION, INCLUDING SUBDIVISION PLAT AND REZONING FROM SPA-1 TO MF MULTI-FAMILY Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 5:31 p.m. The Town Planner stated that all submittal and public notice requirements for an application of this WMW 4rQ cow 08-14-00tc Page 2 type has been satisfied according to the Municipal Code. He stated that the Planning Commission has submitted their recommendations to Council in Resolution form. In response to an inquiry from an unidentified member of the public, Manchester stated that the Housing Manager would manage and maintain the employee housing units and site. Joe Coffey, Housing Manager explained that Condominium Declarations would be established and the Town would assist the new homeowners with establishing a Homeowners Association. The elected board of the organization would then oversee and provide for a clean and well- maintained development. Council reviewed changes made to the Resolution per Council request at the last Meeting. Alan Richman, of Alan Richman Planning Services and consultant for the Town, provided Council with an overview and recommended that Council delay discussions regarding construction on 30-percent slopes until such time as John Meckling of CTL Thompson, would be present to provide information regarding the site. Council discussed construction on 30-percent slopes as it relates to man-made and natural slopes. Bob Purvis reported that according to the site engineer, to move a portion of the development further up the slope would actually increase instability of the hillside. He explained the Planning Commission's findings and determined that when Parcel "N" was included in the review of the Timbers project, Council would not allow construction on 30-percent slopes. Purvis reported that the Planning Commission Members were concerned about equitable application regarding construction on 30-percent slopes. The Town Planner discussed construction on 30-percent slopes and referred to a recommendation to build at the toe of the slope for stabilization of the hillside made by John Meckling of CTL Thompson. Arnold Mordkin stated that the main issue is not a chosen situation for the buildings on the site, but construction on 30-percent slopes per the Land Use Code. He explained the vote of the Planning Commission for their recommending Resolution. Alan Richman and Scott Smith of Reno, Smith Architects, explained the areas of 30-percent slope within the proposed construction area and the basis for the 30-percent slope issue. Manchester reviewed the results of soil tests for evidence of man-made slopes within the 30-percent slope areas. Richman explained that the overall density, which is proposed as 17 units on 3-1/2 acres, is comparable to that of the Timbers and the Ridge developments and does not maximize allowable development on the site. Mordkin further stated his concerns regarding the project in relation to language addressing 30-percent slopes in the Land Use Code. George Huggins explained how he arrived at his reasoning when developing the Planning Commission recommendations for Council. Mayor 08-14-00tc Page 3 Manchester read the language within the Land Use Code pertaining to 30- percent slopes. Mordkin further expanded on the basis for exceptions stated in the Code, which would allow construction on 30-percent slopes. Hatfield explained the evolution of the Land Use Code, Council's role pertaining to the Land Use Code language and exceptions to certain criteria within the Code. He stated that he would not make a final decision until all investigations have been made and all professional information has been received. In response to an inquiry from Hatfield, the Housing Manager explained that the team has investigated a number of site plan options in an attempt to avoid construction on 30-percent slopes and addressed the issue and eventual outcome of reducing the number of units. Costello explained Council's process to provide a viable and safe project with the least impact, and will continue to ensure these goals before a final decision is made. He stated his appreciation to the Planning Commission for their effort in this process. The Planning Director stated that staff will make the changes requested during this Meeting and re- submit the revised Resolution for further discussion and review at the September 5, 2000 Regular Town Council Meeting. Brady addressed Mordkin's analysis of the development according to the language of the Land Use Code. Mordkin stated that the premise for his objection is not in relation to the number of units proposed for the site. Manchester assured the public that Council understands the ethical dilemma regarding language within the Code and that Council would maintain that perspective throughout the review of this development. He stated that additional information would be submitted from professionals and taken into consideration before a final decision is made. In response to an inquiry from Manchester, Huggins explained that Meckling's professional opinion was that the proposed construction would increase the stability of the Ridge site. In response to an inquiry from Manchester, Conrad explained staffs reasoning for choosing this review plan. He further explained that an application to construct employee housing on this site was initially submitted as part of the Timbers submission. At that time Council conducted a Sketch Plan Review for construction of employee housing on Parcel "N" as submitted. The Timbers owners then deeded the land to the Town for construction of employee housing. Since Sketch Plan Review had already been completed, the application was amended and preceded to Preliminary Review. Richman explained that the new applicant has chosen to rezone the property as Public, which requires additional Public Hearings. Richman stated that this process would allow the greatest opportunity for public input. Hatfield also explained that this process allows for additional public comment. _ Cam„ Sao 08-14-00tc Page 4 Conrad explained that a super majority vote is necessary for Ordinance approval on this issue, which may occur after Preliminary or Final Review. Charlie Watts, a Ridge homeowner, stated opposition to construction in the area of the Ridge Condominiums where the hillside is sliding. He suggested Council consider construction of smaller units rather than reducing the number of units, in order to eliminate construction on the 30-percent slope. Dresser stated that the Ridge homeowners believe that review of this submission is proceeding on a fast-track and that the information provided is incomplete. Manchester explained the review process since its inception. He stated that he would like to see this project move forward as soon as possible due to the need for employee housing in Snowmass Village, although he would accept the final outcome. David Billings, a Ridge homeowner stated his concern that the owners of the proposed 3-bedroom units would rent extra bedrooms to other employees. He requested Council consider constructing fewer 3-bedroom units and increase the number of smaller units to eliminate owners renting spare bedrooms. He also stated his concern for the building proposed for construction on the 30-percent slope. Joe Coffey explained that renting bedrooms could be addressed through the Condominium Declarations by limiting the number of renters per unit. Hatfield stated the need for 3-bedroom units and explained the existing policy, which allows the rental of bedrooms. He also stated the need to manage the number of automobiles allowed per unit, stated the need to address all the issues related to this project, and requested that the issues, rather than the process, be addressed. Manchester requested that Council take note of comments which would need to be addressed at future meetings when those specific topics are scheduled for discussion. Dresser explained that his comments were a report to Council of his client's perceptions. He requested that pertinent information be provided to the public by Council to provide better understanding. Conrad stated that a Resolution for Council approval has not been provided to date and explained that the intent of this meeting was to provide ample opportunity for public comment and to gain an understanding of the Planning Commission's recommendations. The schedule indicates a Council Work Session and draft Resolution on August 21, 2000, if directed by Council, and the possibility of a Resolution for adoption at the September 5, 2000 Town Council Meeting. Snyder, a Ridge homeowner, stated his agreement with Dresser's comments and expressed his concern for the influx of vehicles which would be approximately 35 yards from his home if the application is approved. He stated that this project would devalue his property. Costello explained that the Town's goal is to provide quality employee housing with the least impact. He stated the need to receive all necessary information before making a decision. 08-14-00tc Page 5 Billings stated opposition to accepting advice and information from an engineer hired by the Town. Hatfield explained that the engineer has a history of knowledge of the area. Brady offered that the Town would be very interested to hear the perspective of an engineer retained by the Ridge, if they chose to do so. Snyder stated that the review is proceeding too fast and does not allowed ample time to obtain information from an independent engineer. A Ridge homeowner requested that Auto Cad presentations as well as exterior colors and materials be provided for the public. Scott Smith stated that this information was provided at the most recent Planning Commission Meeting. Joe Coffey explained that the applicant plans to inspect the Ridge Condominium site to determine existing ground conditions and would also provide ground movement indicators that site during construction. Costello stated that ground movement indicating equipment was also required on the Timbers project. Mordkin stated that due to the indication that Council wished the project to move forward, he felt the Planning Commission had less time to review the application than they did for the Timbers project. He further stated that this aspect of the development was not reviewed during the Timbers application review process. In response to an inquiry made by the Mayor, Dresser stated that the Ridge homeowners were concerned about the actual density and number of people who would inhabit the new development, rental of bedrooms by the new owners, storage usage, height of the buildings, providing an engineer's survey of the story poles and the quality and availability of information submitted for the public. Purvis explained his comfort with the recommending Planning Commission Resolution, although he felt the need for Council and the Planning Commission to allow time for the Ridge homeowners to fully study the information. He further explained that if the number of units were reduced, the project would become cost-prohibitive. He stated the need for additional information to address unanswered questions before Council makes a final decision. Hatfield stated that he could move forward if the forthcoming geotechnical information is satisfactory. If the information proves to be negative to construction, then an investigation of site design revisions or reduction in the proposed number of units should be addressed. Michael Wasserman, a Ridge homeowner, stated his concern for loss of privacy and view, and questioned the need to use this particular piece of property for employee housing. He asked who would be responsible if construction in this area is a cause for future hillside movement and damage to Ridge units. He advised Council to provide the answers to all outstanding questions before beginning construction. Manchester stated that although this project may be delayed, he felt the process should continue in order to gather all necessary information and provide time and answers for the public. Dresser stated that a Ridge Homeowners Association meeting is scheduled for September 8, 2000, at _ 3At - 08-14-00tc Page 6 which time any new information can be provided to the homeowners. Manchester stated that information received from Meckling, site engineer, would be shared with the engineer retained by the Ridge. He requested architecture plans, building exterior materials and colors and stated that he expects no less information or process for this project than is required for private sector submissions. Costello encouraged the public to contact staff for questions or clarification on issues related to this project. Watts requested computerized information regarding height of the buildings in comparison to the Ridge. In response to an inquiry made by Conrad, Coffey stated that the height of the story poles is now accurate. Conrad explained the height of the story poles in relation to the Ridge buildings and encouraged the public to study the model provided. Council agreed to provide the Auto Cad information for the Ridge homeowners. Manchester requested a Council site visit be scheduled as an Agenda item for August 21, 2000. In response to an inquiry made by Richman, Manchester requested that the site engineer as well as the Ridge engineer be available to discuss slopes and site planning at the next Council Meeting. The Town Manager and Council discussed the August 21, 2000 Council Meeting Agenda. The Mayor stated that this Public Hearing would be continued to the August 21, 2000 Council Meeting at 4:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as appropriate. Item No. 4: DISCUSSION Conference Center Sketch Prioritization Conrad explained the need for Council to determine if the Daly Lane Conference Center Sketch Plan application qualifies as serving a public purpose. If Council determines this to be true, the Conference Center Sketch Plan submission would receive scheduling priority over a Sketch Plan application submitted by the Snowmass Club for Phase II of their development. He referred to the Land Use Code regarding a project determined to be "serving a public purpose." Schuster outlined the Snowmass Club Phase II plans for construction. Council and the Planning Director discussed Planning Commission and Council schedules. After further discussion, Council requested that this Item be further discussed at the August 21, 2000 Council Meeting in order to obtain additional information from the Conference Center applicant. � dlqcww 08-14-00tc Page 7 Item No. 5: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Hatfield made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Costello. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. The Meeting adjourned at 7:55 p.m. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL UNSCHEDULED WORK SESSION SUMMARY AND SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES 08-28-00 Unscheduled Work Session began at 2:00 P.M. NOTE: Council determined that a Work Session discussion was necessary at this time. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION Mayor Manchester reported that he recently met with Bill Burwell, a Mall business owner. Burwell stated that he felt it would create more vitality for the businesses located at the Town Core to provide parking closer to the front of the proposed Mall Transit Plaza and requested that the plans for the structure be revised to accommodate this need. Manchester reported that although Burwell did not state a position on construction of the Transit Plaza, he did indicate the need to produce the correct design for the structure. Manchester also reported that he met with Council Member Mercatoris and Jim Heywood and discussed a recent letter from Heywood to Council regarding his intent to proceed with an Initiative process. Heywood explained that he felt all major projects should be approved by the voters, whether or not the projects require funding. Although Heywood did not define what he considered a "major project', the discussion centered around the proposed construction of the Transit Plaza. The Town Attorney explained the procedure involved with an Initiative process. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES 08-28-2000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council at 2:36 p.m. on Monday, August 28, 2000. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Doug Mercatoris, Jack Hatfield, Kevin Costello, Mark Brady COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; amw s of amm 03-20-2000TC Page 2 Dave Peckler, Transportation Manager; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, David Bellack, Bill Kane, Don Schuster, Mark Moebius, Pat Leto, John Francis, Bill Burwell and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. Item No. 2: EXECUTIVE SESSION PRIVILEGED ATTORNEY/CLIENT DISCUSSIONS Madeleine Osberger of the Snowmass Village Sun, inquired about the topics and the necessity for this Executive Session. At 2:50 p.m. Mercatoris made a motion to convene to Executive Session for privileged Attorney/Client discussions regarding Woodrun V Dumpster and Parcel "N". Council and the Town Attorney informed Osberger of topics for discussion at this time. Brady seconded the motion to convene to Executive Session. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. At 3:00 p.m. Mercatoris made a motion to reconvene the Special Meeting, seconded by Hatfield. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No. 3: PLANNING REVIEW TOWN COUNCIL AND PLANNING COMMISSION ROLES (Planning Commissioners invited — scheduled to begin at 3:00 pm) — Steve Connor Manchester explained that the topic for discussion was related to policy and procedures relative to the roles of Council and the Planning Commission. Hatfield requested that Internet e-mail be eliminated as a form of communication among Council and Planning Commission members. Council discussed content of e-mail as well as recipients and the number of recipients as are appropriate within the law. The Town Attorney provided his opinion. Manchester summed up the discussion by relating that e-mail between Council and/or individual Planning Commission members of a general nature is not outside the law, however due to the apparent discomfort expressed about this type of communication, e-mail pertaining to pending project application reviews before either body as well as recommendations or lobbying would be deemed inappropriate. The Town Attorney explained that e-mail communications should be conducted in the same manner as telephone communications between public officials as governed by the law. He further explained that public officials are obliged to relinquish some privileges that are allowed to the general public. He advised that officials of the Town who vote against an issue should explain the reasoning for their vote at the time of the action. Hatfield requested that he be contacted by telephone regarding Town issues, rather COO 03-20-2000TC Page 3 than by e-mail. Council majority agreed that in the future, e-mail would not be considered as a preferred form of communication between public officials of the Town. Mayor Manchester requested public officials of the Town be conscious of their roles relating to Town business and act accordingly. At the request of Mercatoris, the Town Attorney will attend a Planning Commission Meeting and explain the appropriate role of the Commission when reviewing applications for all projects, including projects initiated by the Town. SENIOR PLANNER Chris Conrad, Planning Director, introduced Jim Walstrum, recently hired by the Town to fill the position of Senior Planner. Item No. 4: BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (BID) DISCUSSION Council Member Brady stepped down from the Council table indicating a conflict of interest. Mercatoris, as a business owner within the proposed BID, stated that although he has been informed by counsel that a conflict of interest does not exist in his case, he had chosen to recuse himself from discussions related to this topic. The Town Attorney stated that the Town Clerk is in receipt of a petition for the formation of a Snowmass Village Mall BID. He further explained that according to State law, a Public Hearing is required to be held before the Town Council on the formation of the District. The Town Clerk has scheduled the Public Hearing for September 13, 2000 and notices of the Public Hearing have been published and mailed as required by Statute. The Town Attorney outlined the process, explaining that after the Public Hearing, Council is obliged to determine if a need exists for the BID as set forth in the petition, verify and determine the truth of the allegations set forth in the petition and meet the statutory criteria by determining that at least 50-percent of the ownership by acreage and valuation are indeed the petitioners. After Council has made the statutory findings and determine formation of the BID to be appropriate, Council would then create the Statutory District. He continued to explain that Council would then act as the ex-officio BID Board of Directors, adjourn the Town Council Meeting to a meeting of the BID as the Board of Directors, approve the BID financial information and a budget as well as a debt question to be placed on the November 7, 2000 Pitkin County Election ballot. The Petitioners are required to provide a Financial Plan and appropriate property descriptions for the proposed BID by September 13, 2000. Council and the Petitioners discussed assistance from the Town, properties involved in the proposed BID area, properties included in the Public Notice mailing, funding for construction of the proposed Transit Plaza and fee assessment. The Town Attorney advised Council to remain objective on this issue in their role as Council Members. OMW S4 1W 03-20-2000TC Page 4 CONTINUATION OF WORK SESSION DISCUSSIONS Council Members Mercatoris and Brady returned to the Council table. Mayor Manchester reported that he and Council Member Mercatoris met with the owner and Manager of the Silvertree Hotel, who requested a redesign of the proposed Transit Plaza to allow parking, rather.than transit services, closer to the Mall at the front of the structure. Manchester presented optional conceptual designs which would meet the requested need. He explained the designs and stated that the design consultant has not investigated feasibility and costs for these designs. After a lengthy discussion, Council agreed to provide the optional designs to the Transit Plaza design consultant for review. Item No. 2 Continued: EXECUTIVE SESSION PRIVILEGED ATTORNEY/CLIENT DISCUSSIONS At 5:30 p.m. Mercatoris made a motion to convene to Executive Session to continue privileged Attorney/Client discussions as listed above. Hatfield seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Brady had stepped away from the Council table. At 6:16 p.m. Hatfield made a motion to reconvene the Special Meeting, seconded by Mercatoris. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No.5: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Hatfield made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Mercatoris. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 6:16 p.m. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Lo — SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 08-21-2000 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; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Dave Peckler, Transportation Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; and Donna J. Garcia, Secretary/Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, Joe Kracum, Don Monahan, Richard Bauman, Pat Leto, Bill Burwell, Mark Mobius, and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 1:30 p.m. TOWN COUNCIL PARCEL "N" SITE VISIT Council left the meeting room at 1:30 p.m. to visit the Parcel "N" Affordable Housing site. Following the site visit, Council returned to continue review of the application and receive input from the public. John Meckling, of CTL/Thompson, was available at the meeting to present his findings regarding construction on 30-percent slopes and other geotechnical information within the proposed development area. Scott Smith of Reno, Smith Architects, provided information regarding architecture as well as colors and materials currently proposed for the project. He stated that Alan Richman, of Alan Richman Planning Services, would assist with overseeing the project construction. The Planning Director requested that Council provide direction to staff for preparing a Resolution for Council consideration regarding Preliminary approval and rezoning on this project. The Resolution is scheduled for review by Council at the September 5, 2000 Regular Council Meeting. SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT Mayor Manchester explained that Mall business owners are in the process of petitioning the Town for approval to create a Mall Business Improvement District (BID). The purpose of the BID would be to assess business owners in _ &VI _ 08-21-00tc Page 2 order to generate additional money for construction of the Mall Transit Plaza project. The Town Attorney outlined the Colorado Revised Statutes requirements for forming a BID, which would allow voting privileges to each business involved. He recommended that the new entity be formed at the September 13, 2000 Special Town Council Meeting, which would allow sufficient time to include a BID debt question on the November 7, 2000 ballot. The Town Attorney went on to say that after the Petition is submitted and certified by the Town Clerk, she will then set a Public Hearing date. He explained that a Public Hearing would need to occur no later than September 13, 2000. He outlined other Statutory requirements that need to be met in order to substantiate formation of a BID. He further explained that the boundaries of the district would include the Mall area itself and commercially assessed real properties generally located on or abutting to the Snowmass Village Mali. The property would include, without limitation, the Gateway building (accepting the Town's condominium unit), the two-level Mall area owned by the Snowmass Limited Partnership composed of offices, retail establishments and restaurants, the Snowmass Real Estate building, the Hive Building and the Silver Tree Hotel commercial areas and restaurant. It would also include the areas in parking lots subject to the project, which would be the service area and the boundaries of the district in parking lots 4 to 9, and adjoining land areas owned by the Town. The Attorney further provided information relating to voting members and other criteria required. The issue can then be presented to Council for a determination as to whether the information and actions comply with the CRS. The BID Petition Committee is also required to present a Financial Plan to Council for approval prior to or at the Public Hearing. He further outlined the CRS requirements to form a BID as well as required timelines, and stated that the BID would be a separate governmental entity under Council's direction. The Town Attorney explained that he has prepared a Resolution for the Town Council Meeting scheduled to follow this Work Session. The completed Petition is expected to be submitted to the Town Clerk for certification before the end of the Council Meeting. The Resolution directs the Clerk to schedule a Public Hearing on the BID and collect a $100.00 deposit for related costs. Council authorized the Town Attorney to assist the Petitioner's with the BID process. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION Joe Kracum provided an overview of previous discussions with Council regarding the Mall Transit Plaza design and presented two new options based on Council's direction at the August 7, 2000 Work Session. The first option, qw� `00% 40 08-21-00tc Page 3 designated as "Alternative L", included net new parking of 201 spaces, at an approximate cost of$13.5M - $14.5M. The second option, designated as "Alternative M", included net new parking of 204 spaces, at an approximate cost of$14.5M - $15.5M. Construction costs for both options and the need for funding was discussed. Council also discussed the possibility of a $2M contribution from the Mall Partners through a newly formed BID. Possible funding sources could include the Snowmass Village Resort Association and the sale or lease of parking spaces in one of the structures. Bill Burwell expressed concern with the distance of the parking spaces from the commercial core, the high costs related to the mass transit component and stated his desire for a community funding effort for the facility. He addressed safety factors related to buses, delivery trucks, and general traffic in the Mall parking area. In conclusion, he expressed his support and willingness to participate. Pat Leto, Mark Mobius and other members of the community expressed that they would like to see the project move forward as soon as possible. A straw vote was taken, and "Alternative M", constructed in one phase, was the chosen design option. Mayor Manchester, Mercatoris and Costello were in favor of"Alternative M". Hatfield was opposed. Brady was absent. REVIEW BALLOT QUESTIONS/POOL DISCUSSION Gary Ross presented his findings regarding costs to construct a Town swimming pool. He explained that he used the Basalt Town swimming pool as a basis. He explained that he then added an additional thousand square feet and included construction costs, fees, equipment, and contingencies for an approximate cost of$1.75M to $2.25M. Additional factors, which would increase the cost, included pool size, winter operations, a diving area and a toddler pool. Council stated their request to include such amenities as a sliding area, small toddler pool, concession stand, locker room and minimal changing area, an entrance office, snowmelt concrete decking material, minimal chain link fencing, a large storage area, and minimal landscaping with grass. Ross explained future amenities to consider could include a spa, parking lot improvements, lighting, recreational facility with restrooms, and the idea of solar. The Town Manager explained that his experience with municipal pools is that they remain open during the summer months and close after Labor Day 08-21-00tc WW 64 Page 4 weekend. Winter operation would require a significant subsidy on behalf of the Town. The Horse Ranch Homeowners Association reported that a discussion would be held at their next meeting regarding Parcel E, owned by the Association, as a possible location for the pool. The Homeowners requested that they be included in discussions affecting their future security and the community. Manchester requested that Ross provide costs related to winter use of a pool and costs for exterior lighting during those months. REVIEW BALLOT QUESTIONS/POOL DISCUSSION Manchester stated that due to time constraints, this item will be discussed during the Regular Council Meeting scheduled to follow this Work Session. SEVEN STAR TRAIL OPTIONS Mayor Manchester reported that at a recent meeting with Dale Will of Pitkin County, the topic discussed was a pedestrian trail leading from Highway 82 to Snowmass Village along Brush Creek Road as a main project for the summer of 2001. He reported that Council has offered the Town's assistance in gaining easements from property owners along the proposed trail. Manchester provided maps to assist in determining the trail alignment. John Wilkinson of the Snowmass Village Trails Committee explained the trail plan. He reported that Holy Cross Electric has requested an easement along the South side of Brush Creek Road. They agreed to provide the easement with the condition that they would create a trail platform on top of that easement. Wilkinson explained that a basic trail alignment in currently in place from the Droste property to Brush Creek. Council discussed their preference for the trail to cross to the North side of Brush Creek Road onto Seven Star Ranch property and connect with existing Town trails. Council requested Work Session time be scheduled to further discuss conceptual plans for the trail before requesting an easement from the owners of Seven Star Ranch. The Work Session ended at 5:45 p.m. Submitted by: Donna J. Garcia, Secretary/Town Clerk maw `49 vow . Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Donna J. Garcia by Status Report October 11, 2000 at 5 P.M. Bullets in Italics have been previously listed State of the Town October 2, 2000 Town Council / Town Manager Activity/Staff Manager Status Mall Transit Plaza ■a, Next mating is Oct 2 to clarify timetable,refine design, Gary �y�g and review G Sutler. Town manager funding. W Working on district formation. Ordinance planned for November. Entryway Planning Project ■° Working on Highline/Brush Creek intersection design. Gary Suiter, Town Manager ■, Developing site plan and rendering for pool. Town Manager's Office Activities IN Proceedwgw/Rodeoapptnisai. Gary Suiter 0* Doing employee reviews. Town Attorne Town Attorney General Activities sta FinishingGuber trail license. Steve Connor, Town Attorney spR Finishing revisions to the Snowmass Club I. W Finishing Timbers project documents. sst Assisting on Droste reclamation project. 110 Assisting with Parcel N protect documents. Public Works Activity/Staff Manager Status Wood Run Dumpster ■ No new information to report. Hunt Walker Umond Place M No new information to report. ffattt Walker Housing Activity/Staff Manager Status Housing Department Activities sty Country Club Townhouse#19 is currently for sale for Joe Coffey $277,908.87. This is a three-bedroom condominium. The deadline for applications is October 16'". sa The Mountain View retaining wall construction continues. ou Winterization of the sprinkler systems. W Staff is working on various apartment building exterior repairs. mow 1 Parcel N. Employee Housing ■ The Development Team is moving ahead with the revised IA Joe Coffey site plan. • The Ridge Condominium inspections will be scheduled in the new future. • A more accurate construction budget will be created for the new site plan. • If the Council has any owner changes or suggestions,please notify Joe right away. Finance Activity/Staff Manage r Status Finance and Personnel Activities W FinaLting Draft Pay d:Classftation Plan. Marianne Rakowski Es Closing August)1nancialstatements. a» Working on revenue projections. Of R&WewingParcel Njinancial proposals ES Training 2 new employees. ats Developing budgets for Financial Advisory meetings. is Reviewing Pool ballotfrnancing. Web Page Enhancement ■- Biking and hiking trails are complete. Nick Tucker ■ Snowmass Village business directory is complete. ■ Adding low-res version of Trails Map. ■- Adding "hot"button with info on bears or other "hot"topics. ■ Added current weather link. ■ Updated job opportunities. Town Clerk Activity/Staff Manager Stattis Town Clerk's Office Activities W Revising central file system Trudi Worline Or Due to minimal response to Call-to-Artists AAB has decided to rollover existing public art budget until next year for a larger public an piece. ■x Preparingfor November Election. W Updating Town Clerk section of Town Web Page. ■t Preparingfor Municipal CodeBook updates. ■< Sending letters to real estate purchasers whom failed to file a RETTapplication in 1999. ■x Donna Garcia is new secretary/Records Clerk. ar• Advertising for front desk position vacancy. W Business/Sales Tax license renewals mailed week of September 18*. 111 Issuing Business Licenses to businesses renewing their licenses for another year. Police Activity/Staff Manager Status Police Department Activities E* Mary Medina has been hired as our new Municipal Court Art Smythe, Police Chief Clerk. W Police Dept provided event management support for the Labor 22 Music Festival. mss. 2 ■r School has begun! We're following school buses every morning to providesee loading for the children. Sts Our two newest officers Brian Madden and Paul"Huf' HWhagle are halfway through their field-trabung program with one month left. Both are on schedule and doing great. E& Construction site management is underway in preparation for the winter season. On site parking and trash(Wildlife Protection Ordinance)are the main focuses. 111 Still fTghtingof/'bears at every turn. Most dumpster ewJosuret that were thought to be sound and secure are being defeated on a regular basis. Sur Officer.Brian Lemke is leaving the Department to take a position with the Pitkin County Sheriffs Office. We have started the hiring process for his replacement. sag Laurie and rum from our Animal Control Department have prepared a curriculum,and are going to be presenting a bear education program to the Aspen Middle School science classes. Community Development Department Activity/Staff Manager Status Community Development Director IN Attended ribbon cutting for Owl Creek Trail on September 27, Activities 2000• Craig Thompson W On October e,set up meeting with Bill Whaley,CDLA to discuss housing finance program. Environmental and Wildlife Activities Brush Creek Field Guide. 11+ Contract completed. Project timeline June 2002. T.B.A. Community Enhancement Projects Activity/Staff Manager Status Art Work/Interpretive Signage for sfx Final design has been accepted for the M 1 trail. Brush Creek Installation should occur around Sept.28 Bernadette Barthelenghi 11* Installing Sept. I e along Brush Creek Brush Creek ■ As-built survey needs to be done. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Drop Structure/Grading of new stream completed. Park Shelter ov Gazebo w/cedar shake roofing has been ordered. Bernadette Barthelenghi sR Seatwalllfooters to accommodate a seatwall&future fireplace will be added to the shelter as Planting and park design will be done by staff. ..-`h 3 Plans & Policy Development Brush Creek/Benedict Trail ■ Began field survey June 30'. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Reviewing survey data. ■ Staff will begin design concept for the Benedict Trail this Fall. Bic-Water Assessment- ■r Hydrologist Will be doing work this week on the Detention Bernadette Banhelenghi pond. ■*Monitoring has beat ongoing since July. No August 1 we began imrattory offish in Brush Creek So far, lots ofsizes and caolots have been found ■T Monitoringfor macuoLtvertebrate samples was completed last week- Greenway Master Plan ■ Input from Planning Commission expected in Sept. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■'- Staff has completed GOCO's final report and requested final payment ■, GOCO is still processing final report. Land Use Code Amendments ■r Article Y Work Session&First Reading,Sept. 18`". Chris Conrad Trails Planning ■ Sign program to be installed this summer/'all. Bernadette Barthelenght ■+ Wooden signs have been ordered for backcountry trails. ■' Met Sept. 6h with the Forest Service to walk the new Cross Mountain trail alignment and request approval to build the trail. ■= Trails Committee met September 20d,Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. ■= A lot of issues need to be researched by staff as decided in the Trails Meeting. ■ Ribbon cutting ceremony September 27d'at 4:00 p.m. Watershed Management Plan Or Data in a draftform has been submitted to the Town. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■t Mapping of the watershed data was successful. ■+- Bernadette Barthelenghi is working with the consultant. Reports and Forms ■ Standardizing a report format, review procedure for PUDs, Jim Wahlstom and application form for land Use proposals. Ma'or Develo went Review U date MU123MIlm %I Daly Lane Conference Center ■ Received application August . Sketch Plan ■- Tabled by applicant on September 26th. Jim Wahlstrom Parcel N Preliminary PUD ■t' Scheduled for October god T.C.meeting. Chris Conrad Seven Star Ranch ■ Extension granted to November 201". Gary Suiter/Steve Connor � I# 4 Snowmass Center Expansion Ev Applicant considering amending application. Sketch Plan Chris Conrad Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch E Original application withdrawn June 12. Plan ■ Amended sketch plan submitted June 26 Jim Wahlstom ■ Joint PCITC meeting Sept. 5. ■ P.C.review continues on October 11 . The Timbers at Snowmass Of, Partial construction permit issued August 30t". Chris Conrad ■' Completed final plat and documents,per final PUD. ■r Permits being issued Minor Development Review Update Project / Manager Update Tamarack Minor ■ Minor addition to create new office space and improve pool locker rooms. Chris Conrad ■ Approved administratively August 18'". Building permit issued. Subdivision Exemption ■- To condominiumize existing duplex plus caretakers quarters. Lot 1,Ridge Run Unit I N, Scheduled for October I1'". Chris Conrad Land Use Code amendment required. Lot 2,Ridge Run Unit 1 ■ Condominiumize existing duplex,T.C.meeting October l Id'. Dave Ellis � :^str a w M{ G Anderson Ranch ■ Conversion of cafeteria design to match other building in courtyard. Jim Wahlstom ■ Addition to Woodshop Studio building. ■ Town Council Review October 16'". Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance Administrative S. Snowmass Water Sanitation District Employee Housing, Governmental Modifications SPA. 11z Lot 15, Two Creeks, budding envelope adjustment approved. ■+ Sionebridge condos-interim SPA for elevator. N. Lot 13,Divide,building envelope adjustment. Special Review ■ Public Works Operation Facility Expansion. ■ Toddler Center addition. Variances ■` Lot 32,Country Club I,Stumpf,and PC approved on Sept.20'". ■1 Parcel M,Faraway Ranch S.,P.C.public meeting on Oct. 18t". ■+ Lot 5l,Ridge Run III,Holtby,P.C.October 18'". Temporary Use Permit ■ Timbers Model/Sales facility,T.C.Meeting October 2nd. MOW &P9 aw 5 Enforcement U date Project / Manager Update Brush Creek Offices ■ Draft an agreement to resolve the land use disputes between Chris Conrad Brush Creek OgIces and Woodbridge Homeowners. Scheduled for late September completion Pending Update Project / Manager Update Netbeam Wireless ■ Discussions regarding placing antennae atop Snowmass Chris Conrad Center for wireless phone and internet connections. ■ Process as minor SPA amendment. ■ Received diagram, showing location Snowman Real Estate Expansion ID No applicotion r ecetved at this rime Chris Conrad 00 Interim SPA administrative modification application submitted September 28°. Snowmass Water& Sanitation ■ Possible re-zoning ofall Water&Sanitation parcels to PUB— Chris Conrad Public along w/possible employee housing project. ■ Complete application received. Will be processed as an administrative modification. Transportation Project / Manager Update Janus JAZZ tier Presenting Did-A-Ride on report on Oct. 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GLENWOOD SPRINGS,DO 57502 ■ DATE: 28 Sep 2000 • TO: Snowmass Village Town Council • FROM: Joe Kracum, PE • SUBJECT: Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza Conceptual Design Alternative Analysis At the 11 September Council meeting we were given direction to develop an analysis of the alternatives, schedules and costs for providing the best overall projects, given an incremental distribution of net new parking spaces.The lower parking structure would be subject to a maximum efficiency scenario in the analysis. For comparison purposes, information on the last submitted Alternative P (Lower Structure extended under Transit Plaza) is included, updated to reflect a distribution of costs among the components that better reflects the individual component requirements. Also, the previously submitted Alternative M (Lower Parking Structure with Lots 8&9 Deckovers, with updated costs, was revised to provide an approximate 200 net new parking spaces with a maximized efficiency in the Lower Parking Structure. The result of this efficiency results in a two level structure in Lots 4 and 5. Alternative Q was developed and provides for a maximum efficiency in parking in the lower structure. The roadway has been adjusted to accommodate the revised scenario and requires the intrusion into Lot 3, eliminating approximately 12 spaces. Alternative Q provides a net new gain of 180 parking spaces. In order to provide the incremental analysis requested, Alternative Q1 and 02 were developed from Alternative Q to show only 2 levels and 2.5 levels of structure developed, netting 50 new spaces and 122 spaces respectively. The table that follows shows the comparison of the alternatives described above. Plan and profile sheets are included for Alternative Q. Plan sheets for Alternatives Q1 and Q2 are not included, as the overall layout remains the same as with Alternative Q, with levels removed from the bottom of the structure. Plan sheets for Alternatives M1 and P are also not included, but are available for review. A discussion on the construction phasing issues is presented for the alternatives along with the appropriate schedule analysis. Essentially, a fall start translates into requiring the project to extend through two winters rather than one winter with a spring start. Based on the ultimate finish details, some alternatives may require additional time. Comparision of Alternatives 28-Sep Net New Alternative Description Parking Cost Range M1 Lower Parking Structure (2 Levels) & Lots 8 & 9 Deckovers 200 $14.5 - $15.5 P Lower Parking Structure Extended under Transit Plaza 200 $13.5 - $14.5 Q Lower Parking Structure 3 Levels 200 $12.1 - $13.1 Q1 Lower Parking Structure 2 Levels 50 $10.4 - $11.4 Q2 Lower Parking Structure 2.5 Levels 122 $11.2 - $12.2 Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza DRAFT PRELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estimate Worksheet Alternative M1 : Lower Parking Structure (Max. Eff.-2 Levels) & Lots 8 & 9 DeckOvers-(Net New 200) MSep-00 Lot 869OeckOrere Lower PaHang Sbueft" Snowmelt Road Transit Level Peden Level Total Item pesal eon Units Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost Cast Mobilization Is S 100.000 $ 175.000 E 75,000 E 150,000 $ 50.000 a 550.000 site Work Is S 326.000 S 267.520 S 559.500 a 770,280 E 12.400 E ,.929.700 Retaining Wares Is $ $ 108,500 a 281,800 a 238,600 $ $ 628.300 Parldrig Structure Is $ 2.700.060 $ 3,234.000 $ - $ - $ $ 5.934.000 Pedestrian Deck Is $ - E - a - a - a 500500 $ 500,000 KlosWRestroomslFumiture Is $ - S - a - a 50.000 a 62,500 $ 112.500 verrIkal Cirmlaton Is E 910,000 S 428,000 a - S 470,000 E - S ,.808,000 Utility Rektcations Is $ $ 132.000 $ 132.000 S 136,000 a - $ 400.000 Snowme8 System Is $ 2.550 $ - $ 484,600 $ 738,750 $ - $ 1.225.900 Electrica"hting Is a 15,250 S ,2.500 $ 11,250 $ 36,250 $ 21,250 a 67.500 Construction Items Phase Total $ 4.055.000 $ 4.352.000 a 1,545.000 a 2,590,000 a 647,000 E 73.186.000 Engineering?raHirlCM Costs Is $ 537,000 a 589.000 $ 259,000 $ 365.000 $ 101,000 $ 7,85,,000 Project Phase Total $ 4,592,000 $ 4,94,,000 a ,,804,000 a 2,955,000 a 748,000 li 15,037,000 Totals are rounded to nearest$1000 MoOamaon toss for"64nlbn M oansmxten.Besee on a oerca u"Of oawmxaon term. 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SnvealwX syS Cosa W rnarmwll k".merecgs.M".W ba .rkMV aseuaw4ln eMWQ aalleXe.BOaM On SMwal011 system recer,ry Ywtab4 w BeavV Creek EW&t9nlgMkq Cash for one neweawlamrV em MSk abaatkV'a'O.BUeE On eatlmales arW akvxrrero bryMq. enow&grr riCWhk Cost tar 4eslpr WVkwebq.comma.Tan nwr9enwtmmbuclbn arwtkq.mmawYM cafe VwXOL area PWk:wmreaan VO9rae.CM RW wapeeenlpealWMT,cllon Xenn. This cost estimate Is preliminary only,and was based on a design level of less than 10% The costs were based on a Mtctional system and includes only a basic exterior for the parking structures and an allowance for a simple pedestrian deck. Minimal contingencies exist In the estimate until decisions are made on architecture and amanitles. The estimate assumes that all Phases of the project will be packaged as one construction package with construction to be commenced In the Spring of 2001•Additional cost would be Incurred N the phases were delivered under separate construction packages end N construction starts were delayed Beyond 2001. Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza DRAFT PRELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estimate Worksheet Alternative P : Lower Parking Structure Extended Under Transit Plaza (Net New 200 Spaces) 28-sep 00 P S(ncNra Sr owmalt Road Transit Level Pedestnan Level Total Rem Descdp(bn Units Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost Mobilintlon Is E 275.000 a 75,000 a 150.000 E 50,000 $ 550.000 Site Work Is $ 901,420 E 559.500 $ 950,500 $ ,2.400 $ 2,423.820 Retaining wens Is a Sfio,000 a 3s,,two a 238.000 a E ,,159,800 Parldng Stmcture Is $ 4,950.000 $ - $ - $ - s 4.950,000 Pedestrian Deck Is $ - $ E - a 500,000 $ 500.000 KlosWResboorto/Fumiture Is $ - $ E 50.000 $ 62,500 a „2,500 Venbcsl Circulation Is $ 428,000 $ - a 470,000 a $ 898,000 Ufflity Relocations Is $ 132,000 $ ,32.000 E 136,000 E - $ 400.000 Snovrmes System Is $ As 484.600 E 738.750 $ - E 1,223,350 Electrical/Ughfing Is $ 6.2501$ 11,250 I a 37,500 $ 15.000 E 70,000 Construction hems Phase Total $ 7,253.000 1$ 1.625.0001$ 2.771,000 1$ 640,000 E 12,288,000 Emineedng/TraBirlCM Costs Is $ 973,0001$ 270,000 1$ 388,000 1$ 100.0001$ 1,731,000 Project Phase Total $ 8,226,000 1$ 1,895,000 1$ 3,159,000 1$ 740,0001$ 14,019,000 Totals are rounded to nearest$1000(Costs revised 28 Sap to better reflect Individual component mt distribution) MoNmlon Cob W ffv mM n Of cmebuctlm.eesae w a Pymnwge of ccrabectlon lone. spework Cmw W aea ya %k ymm'wasWayee,eaeavaWi.Wcklll,.vew nrWW,roaft"here.PM m unaerpees.sleeviMC9.Pam,arw 9.ericamW rim uM weld.elowancroa. estm"van, Cosa W wnecrary esttvetlm ywpyt,nyawke wau.yw yel aYSliee.BamC w yeaan,oat wys.alPaar¢ei Perw^95bucNa Ccew la wvx cyabxlon en4 nwawYml ryyym.ane4wabwanwe eve essmaws ham one9e enrwaaR. Pebewbn Oerk Core for Peaeselm 4edc Base4walonemm. pwwAanroynVFyraye Cmw W IKhoelle,era Wee1 haekee.aaae4 on elowancss. VmtlW dw.iN1W Cmw WeleveWA WeOv.stom am sweyary nrnP.ameCw MOlv9enPn aM maMaaiaers eslemtes. Limy Rewmtloro Cosw WrebmtlanautlAlbs emebweaemwa aloyyces. snoaeen srslanr CmaWwmrel htle,nW&Oki%WAV.erw poly.noly nnrree w m "W JWV.ewEwewwmell syyem receay k6Ww4 waewer Creek. EbMeenlppae Co9a WOro mwbwWmet era Mwcwre Igwft.eassameaemwa eM eloerxea woo". Engweake'rralM.Cknnb Cmw W4eapi argkemkq.cormpuceon aerwgyrwnp wr,sbeclbn ayveyle,wrebuaW trelRe cnrwd.end pipit HymaanlaoymnCabraw4weperceaege aamwxtlm Xena. This cost estimate Is prellmhmry only,and was based on a design level of less then 10 9« The costs were based on a fwnctionai system and Includes only a basic exterior for the parking structures and an allowance for a simple pedestrian dock. Minimal contingencies exist In the estimate until declaims are made on architecture and amenitlos. The estimate assumes that all phases of the project will be packaged as one emsbuctkm Package with construction to be commenced In the Spring of 2001.Additional cost would be Incurred If the phases were delivered under separate construction packages and N construction starts were delayed beyond 2001. Snowiness Village Transit & Parking Plaza DRAFT PRELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estimate Worksheet Alternative Q- Lower Parking Structure- Maximum Efficiency(Net New 180 Spaces) 28-Sep-00 P SbucNre Srawnrelt Road Transit level Pedestrian Level Total Item Description Units Cost Cost Cast Cost Cost Mobilization is E 275.000 E 75.000 E 150.000 E 50,000 E 550,000 $Re Work Is E 440,920 E 559.500 E 950.500 E 12.400 E 1.963,320 Retaining Walls Is E 245.000 S 383,400 E 238,000 S - E 866.400 Parldno Structure Is E 4.455,000 9 - E - $ E 4,455.000 Pedestdan Deck Is E - E - E - E 500.000 E 500.000 KbsWRestrooms/Furniture Is $ - E - E 50.000 E sz,500 E 112.500 Veritkal Circulation Is a aze,000 E - E 470.000 E - E 896,000 Utility Relo pans Is E 132.000 E 132,000 E 13s,000 E - E 400,000 snovmteft System Is s - E 46a,soo E 738050 E E +,223.350 Electrim hti Is E 6.250 E 11,250 E 37,500 E 15,000 E 70,000 Constmction Items Phase Total $ 5,983,000 E 1,646.000 E 2,771,000 $ 640.000 E 11,039,000 Enoineenrg(TraRkYCM Costs Is E 797,000 E 272,000 E 386.000 $ 100,000 E 1,557,000 Project Phase Total E 6,780,000 E 1,918,000 E 3,159,000 E 740,000 $ 12,5 96,000 Totals are rounded to nearest Ef000(Costs revised 26 Sep to better reflect individual component cost distribution) Atoaaatlon Cow kr ngMlnaon amrebucaon.Berea on a aecenla9e acaximaam Hams. sire Wak Cow to are mmattim n m m of auTaM.emwaaab.earha.wan, taw.maeway Hems,pedesalan udamao.We"Im plaza am le wso o"eaxa on 4aenatles.aril mw.e/owances. Reewno wane cove tar renoararY eaeevaaon sappM.ratekrkq xels.ra aelfl4aim.easadm4aanales.eecosts.eloaarces. paraysmrcbae Cmb lar abucNe wmbuceon end nx"lml systems.Basm!an eloeaxes end aalmarea a an garage eroe . Padesblen Dark Cow tar peCnMeatlxa.sue0 onebatrces. leoavAestroonNFUaare Coax ar raewaWmasnaaw, afta asw an nam.aes. Vereal CYNetlon Coat/araw.ren.exu.rer,aaa.end wlMry maa.Baran on elowencea eM maaleMea estlemlea. ulq Rabeelbe Cawbr raonam awaea.Bash On aserarea enowmcea. snmamt System Coab braMenak Meg.meredaa.xak9.erq woW.Bahr aaxe,eaMeQalke beake.Bash anarowian ayslem rWWOYkl$mma` ease Creek. Cow tar one gas.beafams era weal""leNe.e,e,an w,na as a4 abbae:M for lwbee. Er�akeekeRrallb,Dknnb Cow for dealpn anik.".tpnbutnan menewMwd.mnamctbn a wr9.CP6bealPl beat ttnba.am Palk MOrmanon POPan.CelMabOmeparcoMegeamwbucnm name This cost estimate Is pmllmlmry only,and was based on a design level of less than 10%. The costs were based on a fumtlonal system and Includes only a basic exterior for the parking structures and an allowance for a simple pedestrian deck. Minimal contingencies exist In the estimate smtll decisions are made on architecture and amenitles. The estimate assumes that all phases of the preJeet will be packaged as one eonstnaetion package with construction to be commenced In the Spring of 2001.Additional cost would be Incurred H the phases were delivered under separate construction packages and if constructlon starts were delayed beyond 2001- Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza DRAFT PRELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estimate Worksheet Alternative 01 : Lower Parking Structure(2 Levels)-Max. Efficiency(Net New 50 Spaces) 28-SeP-00 Paniting Structure Srrowrrlea Road Trensif Level Pedestrian Level Total Rem Descdpdon units Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost Mobilization Is $ 275,000 $ 75,000 $ 150,000 $ 50,000 $ 550,000 She Work Is $ 261,520 $ 559.500 $ 950,500 $ 12,400 $ 1,783,920 Retaining Walls Is $ 108,500 $ 383.400 $ 238.000 $ $ 729,900 Parldno Structure Is $ 3,234,000 E - $ - $ - $ 3,234,000 Pedestrian Deck Is $ - $ - $ - $ 500.000 $ 500,000 KlosWRestroomstPumiture Is $ - $ - $ 50,000 E 62,500 $ 112,500 Verhical Circulation Is $ 428,000 E - $ 470,000 $ - $ 898,000 Utility Relocations Is $ 132,000 $ 132,000 $ 136,000 $ - $ 400,000 snovmreh System Is $ $ 484.600 $ 738,750 $ $ 1,223,350 Electrica htl Is E 6,250 E 11,250 E 37,500 E 15,000 E 70,000 Construction Items Phase Total $ 4,446,000 $ 1.646,000 $ 2,771,000 $ 640,000 $ 9,502,000 Ergineedng mffidCM COSTS Is E 601,000 $ 272,000 $ 388,000 $ 100,0001$ 1,361,000 Project Phase Total $ 5,047,000 E 1,918,000 $ 3,159.DDO $ 740.0001$ 10.863.000 Totals are rwWed to nearest$1000(Costs revised 28 Sep to better reflect indh4dual comporrent cost disbfbudon) h 001RE&oe Comb lar nobiaatlon a coretrucgon Based an a pen enage of ce minctlon Mare. saewak Crib la sm aeWralbn,removal of onmres,exaveaan,batMM.wash eeW W,roadway Items.pedemeni unJerOase.sidee'alm plea,aid WelMepag.aased an penalbe uM arob.arowaxro, RelaHn9 WW Cosh fer keVara7 esavatlon M9Wd.retaining waK ae win M1ishn.eased en 4l®ndk%uM meta.YOwenroa peneig sbuaae Cosh tar ableara CVrewaeel end neLMNal synees.Seem en abwecro end eaMebe ham gaege ergMSas. RedeeMerl Dal Caeb tar pedeehtarl deck Bash an elaraeea. prev/Resbaonelrumhae k:aeb fa rasboonu,aM eekherehas.Besse an Yanencee. verocid CYa/albn Costa tar eevamm emsek e.saft and sabo ery isle.seed an aeewances and nwMecareh esda des. Usay ROW.". Creb W reloaaan of uaaro.Bees on estimated MOwarces. snownea syxem Cosh tar eo,sirlea albMp,mralolde.weep,trim)pOW.BOW essleed MSabag aadag.Beadonmromnea system reaeriry MSbMdMBeeva Creels DeaakJVLlgisag CrobWaria newbeManer Ertl bask aaen lglalg.Broad an rolenalae aM aaowarlCro tarlgaag. En9heennorRaacCMaefo Coati tar design engmeng.aamenickbn managenent consircdun suveyig MMbUCdan halt amen.and WO wnneann plogrem.CeWaakd on a paaenaoe a corebucaoe hems. This cost estimate Is preliminary onlyr and was based on a design level of less than 10%. The costs were based m a functional system and Includes only a basic exterior for the paridng structures and an allowance for a simple pedestrian deck. Minimal contingencies exist in the estimate until decisions are made on architecture and amenities. The estimate asst me s that all phases of the project will be packaged as one construction package with construction to be commenced in the Spring of 2001.Additional cost would be Incurred if the phases were delivered under separate construction packages and if ecnstruetlon starts were delayed beyond 2001, i Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza DRAFT PRELIMINARY Conceptual Cost Estimate Worksheet Alternative Q2 : Lower Parking Structure(2.5 Levels)- Max. Efficiency(Net New 122 Spaces) 28-sep-00 PBrlo'119 Structure Snowmen Hoed Transit Level Pedestrian Leval Torah Item Descdpdw units Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost Mobilization Is $ 275.000 E 75,000 E 150,000 $ 50.000 E 550,000 Site Work Is $ 225.120 $ 559,500 $ 950.500 $ 12,400 E 1,747,520 Retaining Walls Is $ 136,500 $ 323.900 $ 238,000 $ - $ 698.400 Parldm Structure I5 $ 4.059.000 E - $ - $ - $ 4,059.000 Pedestrian Deck Is $ $ - $ - E 500,000 $ 500.000 KiosWilestrooms/Fumiture I5 $ - E - $ 50.000 E 62,500 $ 112,500 Verltical Cimulabon Is $ 428,000 $ - $ 470,000 $ - $ 898,000 Utility Reklcations 15 $ 132,000 $ 132.000 $ 136,000 $ $ 400.000 Snowmeft System Is E - $ 484.600 $ 738.750 $ - E 1.223,350 Ete&lcaNi tai Is $ 6.250 $ 11.250 $ 37.500 $ 15,000 $ 70,000 Construction Items Phase Total $ 5,262,000 $ 1,587,000 $ 2,771,000 $ 640.000 E 10.259,000 Engineering/TraXirlCM Costs Is $ 705,000 $ 265,000 $ 388,000 $ 100,000 $ 1.458.000 Project Phase Total E 5,967,000 $ 1,852,000 $ 3,159,000 $ 740,000 $ 11,717,000 Totals are rounded to nearest$1000(Costs revised 28 Sep to better reflect indWual component cost distabution) Mwauatn Co15la moharatw d caubuc&v,Based o e prcenhP d crwaucaon items. Ske Wrk ,ioWd arm.pedoalri undemasa slderreb.qam,entl baCSCeVM9.Based w 9oatltlea uNt wsb.etawerco. ReWr*V Wab Cob W hrryrery avoveden rpwn.mur"wets,arq eea saiwa Based w aua.MkM uri ouch eaowemo. Pedee Srxsae Corn W LNCMe CWSWW nand medutlW2l rvs .Based w eldwemo rid esmeto hen prep wgirmra PedoNri pear Coaslaodesabridedt Baeedwaarvraes. pgMpTOtaopayFYmlpaa Cob Mreshecae.end abaci hrdrre.Bated weloremm. yr CYNetlw Cosh MebveNaeeceemr,sbea em sbtonry mnp.Bwa wabwanceaWmrMacMen eammim. UWy Rek,neer Cash br raowtwaan»a enmwssemwd etpwrcee. Sr�Syahem Cosh M9novnriekhWq.niralpidt.,rYYip,and aoler.BOlarassunedin e451Ye ai/Mi0.Basedwsnpmrehsyslem recrity waaAedM Beaver Leak E%WkOLW y Cosb lorane rewherdamer rid WSk shaeh a9aaq.BOedwaslnebs and abwencee br NpMYg. EnWMftTMft C"I0 Cob W d95W wpaweaq,wmbu.9on maea9rnant emruom wn'y".coWnxilon heat wnbd.and Wal4 hWn"m prOgIm.Cehdded weprwda9eawnsbatlw tern: This cost estimate Is preliminary only,and was based on a design level of less than 10%. The costs were based on a functional system and Includes only a basic exterior for the parking structures and an allowance for a simple pedestrian deck. Minimal contingencies exist In the estimate until decisions are made on architecture and amenities. The estimate assumes that all phases of the prolsct will be packaged as one construction package with construction to be commenced In the Spring of 2001.Additional cost would be Incurred H the phases were delhrored under separate construction packages and If construction starts were delayed beyond 2001. Town of Snowmass Village Mall Transit and Parking Plaza 28 Sep 2000 Schedule Analysis MK Centennial has prepared three alternatives for the schedule review. Each alternative was analyzed with a fall 2001 and spring 2002 start date. Alternative Q—Lower lever structure: Fall 2001 Start: This alternative involves construction of the lower parking structure with the most economical design based on value per square foot.With a fall 2001 start,this option allows for construction resource leveling through the entire phasing of the project. The lower parking level structure would be under construction without interfering with the daily business of the general public. Construction will not be allowed to continue through the winter months, so the bulk of the parking structure excavation and retaining walls would be completed in the first season. The parking structure would be finished during the second season, RFCA will be rerouted, and the transit plaza and pedestrian level will be constructed. The overall project might have to run into a third season with substantial completion in the summer of 2004. Spring 2002 Start: This alternative is similar to the fall start except there is an even greater benefit of resource leveling due to the construction of the transit plaza at the same time as the parking structure. RFCA would have to be rerouted to the existing upper parking lots throughout the construction. The overall project would still be substantially complete by the beginning of the ski season in 2002. This appears to be the best option overall. Alternative P—Lower level structure with underground parking: Fall 2001 Start: This alternative involves construction of a lower parking structure with additional parking space under the transit plaza. With a fall 2001 start, this option allows for the majority of the excavation and retaining walls in the areas of the existing lower parking lots to occur during the first season with the structure being constructed during the second season.Additional resources will be required to complete the excavation and structural effort due to the extra parking under the transit plaza. Construction will not be allowed continue through the winter months. As the excavation begins at the transit plaza, RFCA will be rerouted.The overall project will be substantially complete during the summer of 2004. Spring 2002 Start: This alternative mirrors the fall 2001 start with the exception of starting construction of the transit level area at the same time as the parking structure. RFCA will be rerouted to the upper lots until the structures are complete. This option will require a larger degree of resources in order to be realized, as everything will be happening at one time. The overall project, however, will be substantially complete by the summer of 2003. Alternative M—Upper deck over with a lower garage: Fall 2001 Start: This alternative includes construction of a lower structure and deck-over's for the upper lots 8 and 9.With a fall 2001 start,this option allows for the majority of the excavation and retaining walls in the areas of the existing upper and lower parking lots to occur during the first season. Construction will be stopped during the winter months. Construction of the structures will begin in the spring of the following season. Again, construction will be stopped during the winter months. The transit plaza excavation would begin during the third season. As this excavation begins, RFCA will be rerouted to the lower structure. This option would require the largest degree of resource so far as the volume of construction doubles. With the appropriate level of resources, the overall project will still be substantially complete during the summer of 2004. Spring 2002 Start: This option mirrors the fall start. This option will require a the largest degree of resources compared to all other alternatives in order to be realized, as there will be a greater emphasis on completing as much as possible the first season. As the excavation begins at the transit plaza in the second season, RFCA will have to be rerouted. With the appropriate level of resources, the overall project will again be substantially complete in the summer of 2004. '�;POe aP P PPS „o, o I TRe x EL � x 9 � W CQ I I .I - f , _ J —All r , o - A0 - A _ o ADi e• ADOW COVE, SHADOW COVER w SNO O m F- W 0 m S � � LJ MK CENTENNIAL. DESICNEO DATE DRAWN DATE SNOWS VI LAB SNOWMAS` DATE T,` a6 CHECKED o TRANSIT AND cewrer,rmr.� eeomeewwa.ux. CAD OPER. DATE - tl. fv7 Ell If a . ! 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T^C J r TRANSIT PLAZA/PARKING STRUCTURE FINANCING OPTIONS Source Amount EOTC-1/2 penny sales tax $ 7,000,000 Real Estate Transfer Fund $ 2,000,000 1 Road Mill Levy Fund $ 2,000,000 2 Business Improvement District $ 1,600,000 Total $ 12,600,000 1 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund - Based on current budget projections, there would be sufficient funds in the unappropriated reserve in 2001 to fund the $2,000,000. The expenditure is consistent with the restrictions of RETT Ordinance No. 5, Series of 1986. 2 Road Mill Levy Fund - Assuming the site work would commence in the Fall of 2001 and construction would begin in the Spring of 2002, there would be $0 funds available in 2002 from the Road Fund. However, the Town Council could extend the current 5 mills to 2003 and 2004,which would net approximately$1,000,000 per year for a total of$2,000,000. If the funds are required in 2002, the Town could borrow $1,000,000 from the RETT fund and $1,000,000 from the Capital Reserve Fund (see below) and repay both those funds from the extended Road Fund mill levy in 2003 and 2004. Capital Reserve Fund - The Capital Reserve Fund is currently slated to loan the Parcel 'N'project$1,188,000 with a repayment to this fund from future floor area Excise Taxes. Year-to-date collections from Excise Taxes for 2000 is approximately$785,000. We have budgeted to receive $1,000,000 in 2000 and $1,000,000 in 2001 in Excise Taxes. The Parcel 'N'project is also budgeted to receive$400,000 from the Excise Taxes for a total appropriation from the Excise Taxes of $1,588,000.00 If the Excise Taxes are received as budgeted for 2000 and 2001, the Capital Reserve Funds would be available to loan for the Transit Plaza project. If not,we would look at the General Fund cash flow to offset the balance needed from the $1,000,000. Business Improvement District- The formation of the Business Improvement District is in progress and will be organized this year. The amount of contribution for parking is tentative and may Fluctuate based upon parking structure design and assessment formula. More will be known in the Spring of 2001. Memo: To: Gary Suiter Fr: Carey Shanks Date: 9.27.00 Re: Value of Leased Parking Spaces Council has requested further information regarding possible revenues from leasing parking spaces. National research was conducted by two specific methods: internet search and direct phone contact with Department of Transportation. The following is a brief with respect to what was found. Further information (a local market study)can be collected, but that information will necessarily take time. Averages from around the region: (with the help of Joe Kracum) Downtown Denver--Mall: $ 130.00 per month Fringe of Denver Metro: $ 65.00 per month Aspen: $ 150.00 per month(3 month minimum) Aspen did mention it took them over two years to fill these spaces, but that now they have a considerable waiting list.The advice was to be patient and they will lease. Washington DC: $202.00 per month (bulk rate of 850 spaces) This information was pulled from a study on what the relative economic impact would be on an area near Downtown DC. I mention this research paper because it has a wealth of information pertaining to adding parking spaces, (i.e.occupancy). Report on file with Carey Shanks. Fayetteville, NC: $ 50.00 per month No market study was done for this town. This was arbitrary amount. New York City: $230.00 per month (Manhattan) $240.00 per quarter(Bronx) These are the high and low for all boroughs. Note these are parking garage units. Topeka, KS: $ 50.00 per month (private) $ 10.00 per month (state employees) Los Angeles: NIA The person with whom I spoke was unwilling to supply information. But what she did give me was contact information to PARKINGTODAY.COM. ParkingToday.com: John was willing to give me some information over the phone. "Yes your rate is market driven, but you are not doing yourself service by calling around the country.What you must do is a local market study which analyses what the traffic will bear." John will be sending me further reference information. Other information is still forthcoming. Please inquire as to what background information I have at my office.Also, at this time I do have one method for assessing market value for local parking spaces. As I mentioned I will be receiving further information about this specific topic from the editor of parkingtoday.com. I will wait until that information is available to report. C:\My Documents\Carey\leasedparking.doc TRANSIT PLAZA/PAI2KING STRUCTURE FINANCING OPTIONS Source Amlu n EOTC-1/2 penny sales tax $ 7,000,000 Real Estate Transfer Fund $ 2,000,000 ' Road Mill Levy Fund $ 2,000,000 ' Business Improvement District $ 1,600,000 ' Total $ 12,600,000 ' Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund - Based on current budget projections, there would be sufficient funds in the unappropriated reserve in 2001 to fund the $2,000,000. The expenditure is consistent with the restrictions of RETT Ordinance No. 5, Series of 1986. = Road Mill Levy Fund - Assuming the site work would commence in the Fall of 2001 and construction would begin in the Spring of 2002, there would be $0 funds available in 2002 from the Road Fund. However, the Town Council could extend the current 5 mills to 2003 and 2004, which would net approximately$1,000,000 per year for a total of$2,000,000. If the funds are required in 2002, the Town could borrow $1,000,000 from the RETT fund and $1,000,000 from the Capital Reserve Fund (see below)and repay both those funds from the extended Road Fund mill levy in 2003 and 2004. Capital Reserya Fund - The Capital Reserve Fund is currently slated to loan the Parcel 'N' project$1,188,000 with a repayment to this fund from future floor area Excise Taxes. Year-to-date collections from Excise Taxes for 2000 is approximately $785,000. We have budgeted to receive $1,000,000 in 2000 and $1,000,000 in 2001 in Excise Taxes. The Parcel 'N'project is also budgeted to receive $400,000 from the Excise Taxes for a total appropriation from the Excise Taxes of $1,588,000.00 If the Excise Taxes are received as budgeted for 2000 and 2001, the Capital Reserve Funds would be available to loan for the Transit Plaza project. If not, we would look at the General Fund cash flow to offset the balance needed from the$1,000,000. ' Rusine<s Improvement District - The formation of the Business Improvement District is in progress and will be organized this year. The amount of contribution for parking is tentative and may fluctuate based upon parking structure design and assessment formula. More will be known in the Spring of 2001. Memo: To: Gary Suiter --- _ _ Fr: Carey Shanks - Date: 9.27.00 _ T Re: Value of Leased Parking Spaces Council has requested further information regarding possible revenues from leasing parking spaces. National research was conducted by two specific methods: internet search and direct phone contact with Department of Transportation. The following is a brief with respect to what was found. Further information(a local market study)can be collected, but that information will necessarily take time. Averages from around the region: (with the help of Joe Krecum) Downtown Denver—Mall: $ 130.00 per month Fringe of Denver Metro: $ 65.00 per month Aspen: $ 150.00 per month(3 month minimum) Aspen did mention it took them over two years to fill these spaces, but that now they have a considerable waiting list. The advice was to be patient and they will lease. Washington DC: $202.00 per month(bulk rate of 850 spaces) This information was pulled from a study on what the relative economic impact would be on an area near Downtown DC. I mention this research paper because it has a wealth of information pertaining to adding parking spaces,(i.e.occupancy). Report on file with Carey Shanks. Fayetteville, NC: $ 50.00 per month No market study was done for this town. This was arbitrary amount. New York City. $230.00 per month (Manhattan) $240.00 per quarter(Bronx) These are the high and low for all boroughs. Note these are parking garage units. Topeka, KS: $ 50.00 per month(private) $ 10.00 per month (state employees) Los Angeles: NIA The person with whom I spoke was unwilling to supply information. But what she did give me was contact information to PARKINGTODAY.COM. ParkingToday.com: John was willing to give me some information over the phone. "Yes your rate is market driven, but you are not doing yourself service by calling around the country. What you must do is a local market study which analyses what the traffic will bear." John will be sending me further reference information. Other information is still forthcoming. Please inquire as to what background information I have at my office.Also, at this time I do have one method for assessing market value for local parking spaces.As I mentioned I will be receiving further information about this specific topic from the editor of parkingtoday.com. I will wait until that information is available to report. CAMy Documents\Carey\leasedparking.doc