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12-18-00 Town Council Packet 4WAl" SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL I,��� ` tcf WORK SESSION 12-18-2000 2:00 — 3:00 P.M. LAND USE CODE DISCUSSION -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 1 (Tab A) 3:00 — 3:25 ELECTION ISSUES -- Mayor Manchester. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 14 (Tab B) 3:25 - 3:30 BREAK ......................................................................... SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING 12-18-2000 CALL TO ORDER AT 3:30 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 3: GUEST— PARCEL "N" BALLOT LANGUAGE -- Jim Heywood. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16 (Tab C) Item No. 4: CITIZENS OF THE YEAR - WILLIAM AND MARILYN GETZ -- Mayor T. Michael Manchester. . . . . Presentation Item No. 5: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION — RESOLUTION NO. 33, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT FOR THE ASPEN SKIING COMPANY TO ALLOW GUIDED EVENING SNOWMOBILE TOURS WITHIN THE SNOWMASS SKI AREA (Continued from 12-04-2000) -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18 (Tab D) Item No. 7: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION — RESOLUTION NO. 17, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL DISCUSSION ON A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE TOWN COUNCIL FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION 12-18-00tc Page 2 REGARDING AUTHORIZATION FOR SNOWMASS CLUB ASSOCIATES TO SUBMIT A PRELIMINARY PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FOR THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II PROPOSAL (Continued from 12-04-00) -- Jim Wahlstrom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 23 (Tab E) Item No. 8: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 28, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NO.1, SERIES OF 2000 AND ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES THEREUNDER -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..Page 54 (Tab F) Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 51. SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR BUDGETED CONTRACTS TO CULTURAL ARTS AND RECREATION ORGANIZATIONS -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .Page 60 (Tab G) Item No. 10: RESOLUTION NO. 52, SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR BUDGETED CONTRACTS TO CHARITABLE AND SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 64 (Tab G) Item No. 11: MANAGER'S REPORT -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 67 (Tab H) Item No. 12: APPROVAL OF WORK SESSION SUMMARIES OF 12-04- 00 AND 12-11-00 AND MEETING MINUTES OF 12-04-00 AND 12-11-00. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 74 (Tab 1) Item No. 13: DISCUSSION/ACTION COUNCIL COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS -- Mayor T. Michael Manchester. . . . . . . . . .Page 78 (Tab J) Item No. 14: DISCUSSION CALENDARS/STATUS REPORT. . . . . . . .Page 80 (Tab K) 12-18-00tc Page 3 Item No. 15: 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: December 18, 2000 Presented By: Community Development Department Staff: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Work Session Discussion: Proposed Land Use Code amendments. Overview: Staff would like to conclude discussion regarding the following amendments to the Land Use Code: Item No. 1: Amend 30% Slope Provisions. Item No. 2: Amend to include 1 year re-application restriction. Item No. 3: Limit total garage floor area exclusion to 600 square feet. ft•• Item No. 4: Amend the Accessory Unit Provisions. Comments: Please refer to the attached Communique Supplement for a discussion of the proposed amendments. The "Accessory Unit' section has been amended to reflect direction received at your December 11 meeting. All double lined strike out (strikk ) are for existing text being deleted and double underlined (double) text represent new language or changes to the existing code. Recommendation: Staff requests direction from the Town Council and will then return with the proposed code amendments in ordinance form. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Misc Amendments Dec 18 Mtg TCMemo01 .•• 1 WOW COMMUNIQUE SUPPLEMENT Land Use Code Amendments December 11,2000 TC Meeting Item No. 1: Amend 30% Slope Provisions Paragraph(d)(4), Other circumstances,was to be amended to allow consideration of factors beyond whether the applicant has sufficiently"shown that the development is unable to avoid the steep slopes portions of a development''as that standard could be interpreted to require that the applicant demonstrate that they would essentially be left without any reasonable use of the land if they were to entirely avoid those areas. In certain circumstances, limited development could be permitted to extend into thirty percent(30%) slope areas if the engineering evidence and testimony clearly indicated that it could occur without causing greater slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure. Staff had originally written the amendment to read that the applicant needed to show that they could not avoid the 30% slope areas OR that any potential risks would be mitigated such that slope instability or failure was unlikely to occur. The Planning Commission felt that both criteria should apply in that there are other reasons beyond just the geotechnical considerations why development should be avoided within 30% slope areas. These areas often provide open space within the project area that if encroached upon can visually affect aesthetics,view planes and promote higher density. Council member Mordkin had offered alternative language for paragraph(d)(4)which has been included below. Paragraph(d)(5),Engineer's Opinion, is being amended to clarify that an engineer is not required to state that all slopes within the development are"not prone to instability or failure". See. 16A-4-50. Geologic hazard areas,steep slopes and ridgeline protection areas. (a) Purpose. Steep slopes are prone to erosion and soil instability, are difficult to revegetate and may also be subject to geologic hazards. The purpose of this Section is to ensure that development does not occur on slopes that are excessively steep, unstable or hazardous. Applicants are also referred to Section 16A-4-320, Landscaping, Grading and Other Design Standards, to ensure that development which is permitted on slopes that are more stable is done in a manner that minimizes environmental and aesthetic impacts on the Town. (b) Applicability. The standards in this Section shall apply to all development proposed within the Town. LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession (c) Development Prohibited in Geologic Hazard Areas. No development proposed in any PUD, subdivision or special review application shall be approved in any area that the Town Council finds, on the basis of competent engineering or geologic data, to be unsuitable for the proposed activity or use due to the potential harm to the public health, safety or welfare that would be posed by mud flow,rock slide, avalanche, steep or unstable slopes or soils, or other geologic hazards, features or conditions. (d) Development Prohibited on Slopes Greater Than Thirty Percent (30%). No development shall be allowed on any slope greater than thirty percent(30%), except in the following circumstances: (1) Ski area improvements. Construction of roads,driveways,ski trails and related ski area improvements including, but not necessarily limited to lift towers, but excluding restaurants and similar structures that are intended for human occupancy, may be allowed on slopes greater than thirty percent(30%). (2) Lots subdivided prior to January 1, 1987. Development may be allowed on lots and within approved building envelopes containing areas of slopes greater than thirty percent(30%) if the lot was subdivided prior to January 1, 1987. (3) Man-made slopes. Development may be permitted on slopes greater than thirty percent (30%) that are the result of minor man-made cutting or filling of an otherwise continuous natural slope. (4) Other circumstances. The Town Council may authorize development on slopes greater than thirty percent (30%) in circumstances not listed above if at least three-quarters ('/4) of the members of the Town Council present and voting approve an ordinance, identifying the reasons why the development is unable to avoid the steep slopes and why, on the basis of competent engineering or geologic data and testimony received the Town Council finds that the design considerattons or construction techniques that will be incorporated within the development will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential harm to the public health safety or we ffqLe. NOTE: Council member Mordkin has offered the following language for consideration: (4) Other circumstances. The Town Council may authorize development on slopes greater than thirty percent (30%) not listed above if at least three-quarters ('/4) of the members of the Town Council present and voting approve an ordinance finding that: idsa4in.:n-- '" -_as • 4i), the development is unable to avoid the steep slopes, and the reasons therefore, and b) on the basis of competent engineering or geologic reports and data and testimony received the design and or construction techniques that will be incolroorated within the development will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential �.. 43 LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession harm to the public health, safety or welfaze. (5) Engineer's opinion. For the Town to allow development under any of the above circumstances, the applicant shall provide an opinion from a professional geotechnical engineer licensed in the State stating that: a) the slope is not prone to instability or failure; or b) the proposed development will not cause greater slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure, and that therefore, there will be no significant risk that damage to adjacent property will result from the proposed construction. If any risk to adjacent property is found, the geotechnical engineer shall describe the design considerations or construction techniques that will be incorporated within the development to mitigate the risk of damage to adjacent property from the proposed development. Item No. 2: Amend to include 1 year re-application restriction Paragraph(4) is being added to prevent an applicant from re-submitting a development proposal that had previously been denied for a period of one(1) year unless the proposal has been substantively amended or unless there has been a clear change in circumstances where a reconsideration would be warranted. The language is a little subjective in order to provide some latitude for cases where earlier reconsideration is appropriate. Sec. 16A-5-70. Action by decision-making body. The decision-making body shall comply with the following procedures in taking action on the development application........ (3) Action by decision-making body. After hearing the evidence and considering the comments of all persons interested in the matter, the decision-making body shall make its decision and findings and have them entered in its minutes. The decision- making body shall not be required to take final action on an application during the same meeting when testimony from interested persons is taken, but action shall be taken as promptly as is reasonable. a. Findings. In its findings, the decision-making body shall report the facts, whether the application complies with the applicable review standards, and whether the application is approved, approved with conditions, recommended for approval by another body,tabled pending receipt of additional information or denied. ■� / dmw� LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksesslon b. Copy to applicant. A copy of the decision-making body's decision shall be provided to the applicant within a reasonable period of time after the decision has been made. (4) Re-application An applicant may not resubmit an application for a project having been denied by a decision-making body for a period of one (1) year from the date when said action was taken unless there has been a clear, substantial and material change in the conditions or circumstances affecting the subject parcel and the surrounding neighborhood that support reconsideration or where the new application substantively amends the project so as to essentially constitute a new development rp onosal• (4)M5 Inactive applications. The decision-making body may deny any application that remains inactive. An application may be deemed inactive and be denied when the decision-making body determines that the applicant is not making reasonable progress in moving the application towards final approval. a. Determination of inactivity. A project shall be considered inactive if more than two (2) months have passed since a written request for additional information was made by the Planning Director or the review body, and the request has not been complied with, or more than three (3) months have passed since the last official contact between the applicant and the decision-making body. b. Written notice. The Planning Director shall provide advance written notice to the applicant stating the time, place and date when the decision-making body will consider denial of the application due to its inactivity. (Ord. 4-1998 §1) Item No. 3: Limit total garage floor area exclusion to 600 sq. ft. • This amendment concerns a minor change to the floor area exception granted for garages. As currently written, it could be interpreted the each individual duplex unit could build a two (2) car garage or that someone could build both a two (2) and one(1) car garage with up to 900 square feet being exempt from calculation. The intent is to only permit the exclusion of a total of 600 square feet for each lot. See 16A-3-210.Measurement of dimensional limitations. B. Measuring Floor Area. (2)b. Exclusions Specifically for Single Family and Two Family Dwelling Units. (1) Garage. Garage space that is intended for storage of motor vehicles and is completely enclosed shall be excluded from the floor area calculation, up to a maximum of three hundred (300) square feet for a single car garage, and up to six hundred (600) i qr *mom LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession square feet for a two (2) or more car garage. The maximum garage exclusion for any lot is six hundred(60 0) square feet. (2) Carport. One (1) carport,which shall be one hundred percent (100%) open on one(1) or more sides, with the exception of support members and is used to store a motor vehicle, shall be included in the calculation of floor area, regardless of the number of vehicles to be accommodated therein, at a rate of fifty percent (50%). (3) Accessory Unit. The floor area for an accessory unit shall be included in floor area calculations to the extent required by Section-344Q-A44.—,F4 ^ cr u r 16A-3-230.Accessory Units. Item No.4: Amend the Accessory Unit Provisions • The Town Council had directed staff to consider: 1)increasing the maximum floor area limit from 750 square feet to 1,000 square feet and minimum size to 350 square feet; 2)permit accessory units above or below detached garages; and 3) develop provisions to enable the creation of accessory employee units, subject to special review,within residences whereby the resulting calculable floor area could exceed the maximum allowed floor area limit of the lot by more than the 500 square feet or 10%,whichever is less; 4)remove the previously proposed C-AEU provision and incorporate it into the AUE provisions; 5)add traffic impacts as a review standard within Section 16A-3-260,Accessory Employee Unit(AEU) Special Review Standards. • The C-AEU provisions were removed and the AEU provisions were expanded to enable caretaker units within pre-existing residences that already exceed the maximum allowed floor area for the lot. See Section 16A-3-230(2)(g). • All other changes directed at the last meeting are reflected within the text below. • Discussion should still occur regarding the Planning Commissions concern that permitting 1,000 square foot units will lead to having more two (2)bedroom units created which may adversely impact surrounding properties or cumulatively cause a change to the character of the neighborhoods. • The Planning Commission had also recommended that consideration be given to allowing one(1) accessory unit within a DU Duplex lot. Only one(1)of the individual duplex units would be permitted to have the accessory unit. This is not included within the amendments below. Sec. 16A-3-230. Accessory units. One (1) accessory caretaker unit (ACU) or one (1) accessory employee unit (AEU) may be installed in a single-family detached dwelling, above or below a detached .�� t %10� LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksesslon ag raee. or one (1) accessory caretaker unit (ACU) may be permitted within a two-family dwelling, subject to compliance with the provisions of this Section. An ACU or AEU units located above or below a detached garage shall require special review approval pursuant to Section 16A-5-230, Special Review. (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 fifty (399) 350 square feet or greater than so*@n -"~a-°'' fig.. 49) one thousand (1.0001 square feet, and shall be built within the maximum allowable floor area for the lot unless the additional floor area was acquired under the Town's floor area excise tax provisions. 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. f. 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 defining the ACU unit. 2. The lot owner has submitted a report from a private building inspection consultant, whose qualifications are acceptable to the 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 perform the recommended modifications that AMMIMM . 1 8 LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession need to occur prior to any registration, rental or conveyance of the ACU unit. 4. The lot owner has successfully demonstrated that the subject unit existed within the principal structure on or before the applicable date specified above and that no other ACU units exist on the lot. 5. 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. (2) Standards for an accessory employee unit. An AEU shall comply with the following standards: a. Size. The size of the AEU shall be not less than three hundred fifty (3A4) 3l� square feet or greater than one thousand (1.000) square feet. b. Variance. The only variance that may be granted to accommodate the AEU is a setback or height variance. c. Exterior entrance. The AEU 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 AEU in addition to those parking spaces required for the single- family detached dwelling. e. Floor area shall count. One-third (1/3) of the floor area for the AEU shall count toward the maximum allowable floor area for the lot, unless acquired under the Town's floor area excise tax provisions or as provided in Subsection (e) below. f. Maximum floor area. Except as provided in Subsection (el below. T- the AEU shall not cause the resulting floor area of all improvements to exceed the maximum allowable floor area for the lot by an amount greater than five hundred fm . 8 am� LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession fifty (TS094 (550) square feet or ten percent (10%) of the allowable floor area, whichever is less. g. Pre-existing dwelling units. In order to promote the public policy purpose and community need to create affordable employee housing within single-family detached dwellings that received a certificate of occupancy prior to November 17, 1997 one (1) of the following exceptions to Subparagraphs (e) and (t) above may be granted: 1. If the Planning Director determines that one-third (1/3) of the floor area of the AEU cannot be accommodated within `mi'° ''°`"°hod the existing dwelling W " and that no floor area within the existing dwelling was acauired under the Town's floor area excise tax provisions, then the total floor area for the improvements, including the AEU, can exceed the maximum allowed for the lot, to a maximum of ten percent (10%) of the allowable floor area or five hundred (500) square feet, whichever is less. bi oorh ' ' ' °` " ° A.-., Ghafig@r, to the In such instances. the addition of the AEU shall require special review approval pursuant to Section 16A-5-230. Special Review 2 If the Planning Director determines that the floor area amount of the improvements existing when application is made exceed the allowable floor area limit for the lot and that no floor area within the existing dwelling was acauired under the Town's floor area excise tax provisions then the total floor area for the improvements including the AEU may be permitted to exceed the floor area amount of the improvements existing when application is made by an amount up to but not exceeding five hundred (500) square feet or ten percent (10%) of the existing floor area whichever is less In such instances, the addition of the AEU shall require special review approval pursuant to Section 16A-5-230. Special Review and the additional floor area granted shall be purchased up to the maximum amount permitted by the Town's floor area excise tax provisions. h. No short-term rental. An AEU 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. (3) Accessory unit completion and registration. a. Completion. A new accessory unit shall be completed within the period prescribed by the building permit issued for its construction. All modifications to a pre-existing ACU shall be completed within the period prescribed by the building, electrical, plumbing or other permits required by the Town Council for it to be registered. C/ LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession b. ACU notice of registration. Upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy for a new ACU or certificate of completion for a pre-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 pre-existing units, may be subject to the terms and conditions imposed by the Town Council. c. AEU notice of initial registration. Upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy for an AEU, a notice of registration of the AEU 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. The initial registration shall be effective until December 31 of the year in which it is issued, unless the unit is initially registered after November 15, in which case the registration shall be effective until December 31 of the year after it is issued. d. AEU registration renewal. On a yearly basis, the registration of an AEU shall be renewed by filing an application for renewal with the Building and Planning Department on or before November 15. To qualify for a registration renewal, the owner of the AEU must verify that the AEU complies with the conditions set forth in Subsection (2), Standards for an Accessory Employee Unit, and that the AEU has been occupied by an AEU employee for at least six (6) months during the previous registration period. Thereupon, the Planning Director shall renew the registration of the AEU until December 31 of the year following the expiration of the current registration. e. AEU conditional registration renewal. In the event that the owner of an AEU cannot meet the conditions for renewal set forth in Subsection (3)d, AEU Registration Renewal, then a conditional registration renewal shall be issued, if the owner agrees to correct the noncomplying conditions prior to July 1 during the conditional registration renewal. The conditional renewal registration of the AEU shall be effective until July I of the year following the expiration of the current registration, and shall be automatically extended to December 31 upon timely correction of the non-complying conditions. f Failure to register or correct noncomplying conditions. If the owner: 1. Fails to timely complete the construction of an AEU in accordance with the provisions of Subsection(3)a, Completion; 2. Fails to timely comply with the provisions of Subsection (3)d, AEU Registration Renewal; or 3. Has not met the conditions for renewal set forth in Subsection (3)d, AEU Registration Renewal, at the end of the AEU conditional registration renewal; within thirty (30) days of the existence of the event of noncompliance, or February 1 of the year following the lapse of the current registration, LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession whichever shall first occur, the owner shall remove the kitchen from the AEU; and either: 4. Remove floor area. Remove from the single-family detached dwelling all floor area in excess of the maximum allowable floor area for the lot; or 5. Mitigation fee. Pay to the Town a mitigation fee for elimination of the AEU as an employee housing unit. The amount of the fee shall be calculated by the Planning Director by multiplying the square footage that is in excess of the maximum allowable floor area for the lot by: a) The actual value of the lot including the single-family detached dwelling unit, any accessory building and the land as calculated from the records of the County Assessor, divided by the floor area square footage of the single-family detached dwelling and any accessory building, not including the AEU, as calculated in accordance with the provisions of Section 16A-3-210(b), Measuring Floor Area; or b) In the event that the actual value of the lot including the single- family detached dwelling, any accessory building and land is not available from the records of the County Assessor, then one hundred twenty-five percent (125%) of the numeric average of the actual value of all lots including a single-family detached dwelling and land for the subdivision or PUD in which the lot exists as calculated from the records of the County Assessor shall be divided by the floor area square footage of the single- family detached dwelling and any accessory building, not including the AEU; Provided, however, if a change in the actual value of the lot including the principal dwelling unit, any accessory building and land according to the records of the County Assessor occurs within one (1) year from the date of payment of the mitigation fee, then the amount of the mitigation fee shall be recalculated by the Planning Director. The Planning Director shall notify the owner of the amount of the additional mitigation fee, which shall be paid by the owner within thirty (30) days. If the owner paid a mitigation fee in excess of the recalculated mitigation fee, then the Planning Director shall cause the overpayment to be refunded to the owner. (Ord. 4-1998 §l; Ord. 5-1999 §3) /jar a Uses:A=Allowed; SF SF SF SF SF EST DU MF MU MU CC CC 1PUBICON OS S=Special Review; 4 6 15 30 150 PUD PUD PUD P-Prohibited Residential and AtcommodatlonlJeee=•' LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession TABLt4 4>` k, SCHEDULEUF U&BS I, Single-Family A A A I A I =AA P A P P P P P Detached Dwelling' Notes: I. An accessory caretaker unit(ACUI or accessory employee unit(AEU)may be permitted in conjunction with any single-family detached dwelling,pursuant to Section 16A-3-230,Accessory FrApleyee Units.AEU's permitted by_Section 16A- 234(2�ja1 Pre-existi a Dwelling Units sUgg it oecial review approval pursuant to Sections 16A 5 230 S ° tFn �Fn a ccn v Fm2lovee Unitl EUl Special Review �tandar 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. [NEW SECTION—Review Standards] Section 16A-3-260 Accessory Employee Unit (AEU) Special Review Standards. A proposed accessory employee unit (AEU) unit permitted by Section 16A-3- 230(2)(2) Pre-existing dwelling units or an accessory caretaker unit(ACU) or accessory employee unit (AEU) located above or below a detached garage, shall comply with the following standards: 1) Community need The applicant has demonstrated that the proposed accessory unit helps to promote the public policy purpose and community need to create affordable employee housing. 2) Mass and Scale The accessory unit will not contain roof configurations. internal ceiling heights or areas open to the floor below which unnecessarily contribute to the mass and scale of the proposed addition. 3) Special Circumstances Exist To the greatest degree practicable, the accessory unit shall include existing space within the residence. The applicant sha11 satisfactorily demonstrate that special circumstances exist or practical difficulties would occur such that a reasonably sized caretaker unit cannot be created within or utilize portions of the existing structure. Any additional floor area above the maximum allowed for the lot shall first be acquired under the Town's floor area excise tax provisions. 4) Location The accessory unit shall be carefully situated within the lot so as to be appropriate at its proposed location and compatible with the character of surroundine residences in the are 5) Visibility. The visibility of the accessory unit shall be reduced to the highest LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession degree possible including but not limited to, sensitive choice in placement. screening with landscaping sub-grade placement, architectural design,use of materials and colors or any other effective means that minimize or soften its appearance and visibility on the site The proposed C-AEU unit may be denied if it is determined that the visibility has not been sufficiently reduced. 6) Not adversely affect neighborhood. The approval of the accessory unit will not change the character, generate excessive traffic impacts or otherwise adversely affect the neighborhood surrounding the land where the accessory unit is proposed. will not have a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from the property in question will not impair an adequate supply of light or air to adjacent property,will not increase the danger of fire or otherwise endanger public safety or the public interest and will not substantially diminish or impair property values within the neighborhood. Sec. 16A-2-20. Definitions. AMEND: Accessory caretaker unit (ACU) means an area attached to or within a single- family detached dwelling or above or below a detached garage, that is located on a lot zoned for a single-family dwelling. The ACU shall be subject to the provisions of Section 16A-3-230(1), Standards for an Accessory Caretaker Unit. An ACU shall have a separate exterior entrance and shall contain an AEU kitchen, a bathroom and sleeping facilities. Accessory employee unit (AEU) means an area attached to or within a single-family detached dwelling or above or below a detached garage, that is located on a lot zoned for a single-family dwelling. The AEU shall be subject to the provisions of Section 16A-3-230(2), Standards for an Accessory Employee Unit. An AEU shall have a separate exterior entrance and shall contain an AEU kitchen, a bathroom and sleeping facilities. Employee, AEU, for the purposes of determining occupancy of an AEU, shall mean a person employed within the GGeupAy Town for a minimum of(6) months a year. ADD: Floor area, allowable means the maximum allowed floor area permitted for the lot as specified within Table 3-2, Schedule of dimensional limitations. Allocation of mitigation fee; amend Chapter 4 Article I1I,Municipal Code [To Add] VV LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksession TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: December 18, 2000 Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Trudi Worline Town Clerk Subject: This Work Session time was requested by Council to discuss issues related to the election process, in an attempt to create a more friendly election process for candidates as well as for the public. Overview: Possible topics for discussion: Candidate application deadlines; Town elections conducted by Snowmass Village versus coordinating elections with Pitkin County; - Absentee voting (early voting) requiring application for a ballot be obtained from the Town as well as from Pitkin County; - Absentee voting (early voting) for separate elections requires that the voters vote at two locations - at Snowmass Village and in Aspen; CURRENT ELECTION FACTS: Current Deadlines Coordinated Election Town Election Candidate Nomination Petitions Available 91 days before Election 50 days before Election Candidate Petition Deadline 71 days before Election 30 days before Election Ballot certified to Clerk 55 days before Election 55 days before Election INFORMATIONAL ITEM: I have appointed three interested citizens to an Election Advisory Committee to assist with investigation and provide a recommendation for new election equipment, which is budgeted to be purchased in 2001. 1 spoke with the Pitkin County Clerk, who reported that she has had no problems with the current election equipment and informed me that she has no immediate intentions to _ 14 swam Election Issues Page 2 purchase new election equipment until touch-screen is further perfected. I have experienced no problems with our current election equipment other than the ballot counters are obsolete and replacement parts are no longer available. The November 7, 2000 election went very smoothly, although citizen complaints were higher than usual regarding the need to obtain two separate ballots and absentee vote in two separate locations. Recommendation: Coordinate elections to be held the second Tuesday during November with Pitkin County. Town Special Elections scheduled for months other than November to be conducted by the Town. i 1 �` COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: December 18, 2000 Presented By: Jim Heywood Subject: Parcel "N" Ballot Language Overview: Attached is a memo from Jim Heywood recommending ballot language for the Parcel "N" Special Election. Mr. Heywood will be at the meeting to explain his requests and answer questions. Council has approved the ballot language and the ballots have been ordered. Recommendation: Discuss with Mr. Heywood. 1 i Not Intended for Newspaper Publication To: Each Town Councilman, Snowmass Village Cc: Gary Suiter, Stephen Connor, and Bob Purvis Subject: Election question relative to Parcel N. Only after your approval of Resolution No. 46 on this subject did I read carefully the planned wording of the election question. What surprised me, and disturbs me, is the omission of any specific mention of any money or dollar amounts in the wording. Quoting, in part, the wording of Initiative Ordinance No.1 "requires ....a vote of the electors.... approving the project and the money for the project". The problem as I see it is the lack of words that provide "approval of the money". I have discussed this in recent days with Gary and Stephen; Stephen tells me that the appropriate bonding agency people have approved the words. I am concerned on behalf of the Town whether that approval will hold up under challenge, or when the guy with the money signs the check. I also believe the wording is not consistent with the requirement and spirit of the initiative, which was inspired in part because of large projects that bypassed the usual requirement for bonding with elector approval. In addition, if one expects responsible voting, good specificity should be provided the electorate, in a way one is sure will require reading before voting. I see no reason why numbers cannot and should not be used. Vagueness may not help achieve approval of the electorate. Perhaps there is concern about the exactness of current estimates. I don't know the details of parcel N, so using numbers as examples only, something like the following should work: "The initial obligation of the Town is estimated at $6 million, but shall not exceed $7 million. This shall be repaid in part upon sale of the units, after which the residual balance estimated at $1 million (but not to exceed $2 million) will be an obligation of the Town to be paid off as a subsidy to the project from its general fund." I am sure other people can improve on those words. No doubt you are concerned about timing. That is the primary reason I present this to you in this way, prior to your meeting this Monday, December 18. Jim Heywood, 923-4229 snow 117 Sam, To: Town Council Re: ASC Snowmobiling Tours On Friday, I received a call from Doug MacKenzie explaining that Skico will be sending us a letter withdrawing their application for snowmobiling tours on the Mountain. If we have not received the letter by meeting time, we need to proceed with the public hearing and action on Resolution No. 33, Series of 2000. If we receive the letter, we should follow Legal Counsel's advice on how to proceed. We may want to conduct the public hearing anyway, in case members of the public show up to comment. Gary Suiter, Town Manager _ � �- <SENT BY: 12-16— 0 4:03pM : SNOWMASSSKIAREA— 89236083:# 1/ 1 iIIIJIII • /\ ASPEN SKIING COMPANY December 15,2000 Gary Suitor Town Manager Town of Snowmass Village Dear Gary, This letter is notification that the Aspen Skiing Company withdraws its application for a temporary special use permit to operate snowmobile tours within the Snowmass Ski Area. Due to environmental issues,we feel it prudent to withdraw our application at this time. Thank you to you and all your staff for your assistance and consideration of this application. Best regards Doug enzie General Manager, Snowmass Ski Area Cc:Pat O'Donnell Chris Conrad ! 9 Now Post Ceke Box 1248•Aspen,CO 81612 990.925.1220 wwwskimpen.wm ®P&ftdM ftWAW Pw TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: DECEMBER 18, 2000 (CONTINUED FROM DECEMBER 4, 2000) WHERE: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KEARNS ROAD 2ND FLOOR SNOWMASS CENTER BUILDING WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: RESOLUTION NO. 33, SERIES OF 2000, A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT FOR THE ASPEN SKIING COMPANY TO ALLOW GUIDED EVENING SNOWMOBILE TOURS WITHIN THE SNOWMASS SKI AREA. TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: TELEPHONE: 923-3777 INTERNET ACCESS TO COUNCIL E-MAIL: http://www.tosv.com CITIZEN FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 922-6727 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on November 8, 2000. Continuation Posted and Published in the Snowmass Village Sun on 11-06-2000. �� so s COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: 18 December 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Dean Stahman, Planner Subject: Resolution No. 33, Series 2000 To receive public comment and Council consideration of a resolution approving an Annual Temporary Use Permit for the Aspen Skiing Company to allow guided evening snowmobile tours within the Snowmass Ski Area The Applicant wishes to table the Public Hearing to January 2, Overview: 2001. This would enable the ASC to obtain additional information from the United States Forest Service. It would also enable the ASC to review and address some issues prior to their next Public Hearing. A copy of the e-mail from Dave Bellack (ASC) is included. Staff Staff recommends approval Recommendation: rage 1 ui 1 EXHIBIT A TC RESO 33, Series 2000 Dean Stahman From: Chris Conrad <cconrad@tosv.com> To: Dean Stahman (E-mail)<dstahman @tosv.com> Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2000 4:18 PM Subject: FW: Snowmass snowmobile tours ----Original Message----- From: BELLACK, DAVE [mailto:dbellackka aspensnowmass.coml Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2000 4:10 PM To: 'cconrad(a)tosv.com' Subject: Snowmass snowmobile tours Dear Chris: Please table Aspen Skiing Company's request for approval of snowmobile tours to the next regularly scheduled Council meeting. Thank you for your attention to this matter. David Bellack Senior Vice President Aspen Skiing Company �..► /x 12/14/2000 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: DECEMBER 18, 2000 (CONTINUED FROM DECEMBER 4, 2000) WHERE: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KEARNS ROAD 2ND FLOOR SNOWMASS CENTER BUILDING WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: RESOLUTION NO. 17, SERIES OF 2000, A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE TOWN COUNCIL FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION REGARDING AUTHORIZATION FOR SNOWMASS CLUB ASSOCIATES TO SUBMIT A PRELIMINARY PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FOR THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II PROPOSAL. TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: TELEPHONE: 923-3777 INTERNET ACCESS TO COUNCIL E-MAIL: http://www.tosv.com CITIZEN FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 922-6727 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on November 8, 2000. Continuation Posted on 11-22-2000 and Published in the Snowmass Sun on 11-29-2000. Continuation Posted and Published in the Snowmass Villaae Sun on 12-06-2000 4 �� COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: December 18, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Staff: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Continuation of Public Hearing and Discussion -- Resolution No. 17, Series of 2000: Public comment and discussion on a resolution providing the Town Council findings and determination regarding authorization for Snowmass Club Associates to submit a Preliminary Planned Unit Development application for the Snowmass Club Phase II proposal. Overview: The Aspen Skiing Company (Owner: Snowmass Club Associates) has resubmitted their Phase II Sketch Plan application to amend the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development (PUD). Please reference the previous staff report and Planning Commission resolution from the Town Council packet dated November 20, 2000, which describes the proposal and outlines the major issues discussed between the applicant, Planning Commission and staff. It also provides.an analysis of the application as it relates to Comprehensive Plan policies and compliance with the Code's development criteria. The Planning Commission resolution is attached on the back of the previous staff report dated November 20, 2000. Follow-up of Staff is continuing an attempt to outline a comprehensive draft Discussion at of the Town Council resolution (attached) derived from previous Town comments and discussion at the last three Council meetings Council meetings and from recommended language in the Planning Commission resolution. Even though there has not been a decision reached by Council concerning whether to accept the 44-foot height limit transfer from Parcel 4 into a portion of Parcel 3 or to require a height variance, staff has made the effort to address the Community Purpose and height variance criteria per Code. The draft resolution provides reasoning for compliance with the criteria based upon the information and maps that staff has [TAnthus far and per visual observations during site visits. soning is outlined under Community Purposes in Three, Conditions, near the end of the draft resolution. r issue that staff was alerted of, was the applicability of equivalency chart (see attached) and the new 65% ld rule for this application as well as future applications to this proposal. An explanation of the effects of the anges are also outlined in the Community Purposes of the draft resolution. Purpose of The primary purpose of the Town Council meeting is to Meeting: continue review of the Sketch PUD application and the accompanying draft resolution to determine if the application and resolution are acceptable to proceed to Preliminary PUD application or whether further modifications are in order. Outline and Below is the list of major issues, along with a reference to the reference in draft appropriate page number in the draft resolution, pursuant to resolution of major the discussions at Town Council meetings on November 20, issues to be or December 4, and December 11, 2000: that were discussed Comprehensive Plan and Buildout Analysis Chart compliance — See the Findings section, items 7-9 of the draft resolution for language (page 3). • Parking demands — Note: Council decided at the December 11, 2000 meeting to defer this item for further analysis during the Preliminary Plan PUD review. Please see the Conditions section, item 5 (pages 7& 8) in the draft resolution for language that is similar to the Planning Commission resolution. • Vehicular access, secondary emergency access, and street name change — See the Conditions section, item 6 (pages 8 & 9) in the draft resolution for proposed language. • Golf Course, Brush Creek, Softball Field improvements — See the Conditions section, items 2 through 4 (page 7) for suggested language in the draft resolution. • Pedestrian Circulation, Trails and Nordic issues — See the Conditions section, item 8 (pages 9 & 10) for draft language in the resolution. However, Council should further discuss the walkway connection on the west side of Clubhouse Drive, especially next to the proposed tennis structure, using the cross-section previously provided by the applicant— attached. • Architecture and exterior lighting — See the Conditions section, item 9 (page 11) for language in the draft resolution. Note: Further discussion should occur concerning the exterior lighting, if needed, and the design of the tennis structures— see Exhibit S in the exhibit package. • Landscaping -- Note: This item has yet to be discussed, but suggested language, following the Planning Commission resolution, is noted in the Conditions section, item 9h (page 12) of the Town Council draft resolution. • Employee housing requirements -- See the Findings section, item 12 (page 4) in the draft resolution for language noting two options. See the attached employee housing calculation tables. • Community Purpose applicability concerning: ➢ The building height limit or variance -- See the Findings section, item 10 (page 3) and the Conditions section, Architectural & Landscaping, item 9a (page 11), and the Community Purposes section, item 10c (pages 12-14) in the draft resolution for language. ➢ The additional manager's unit in Phase I -- See the Conditions section, under Community Purposes, item 10b (page 12) in the draft resolution for language. ➢ The unit equivalency chart— See the comments in the Conditions section, under Community Purposes, item 10a (page 12) explaining the effects of the unit equivalency chart on this application. ➢ The 85% versus the new 65% threshold rule -- See the comments in the Conditions section, under Community Purposes, items 10a & b (page 12) vx� ZL Is �� explaining the effects of the threshold percentage rules on this application and subsequent to using the unit equivalency chart. Revisit major issues, as needed Review Process Following review of the major issues, the questions the Town For Sketch Plan: Council should,consider in a conceptual manner during review of the Sketch PUD include the following, some of which have already been discussed and answered: 1. Use. ❑ Is the use proposed for the property generally appropriate in this location? ❑ Is it consistent with the intent of the underlying zone district? It was discussed during the November 20, 2000 Town Council meeting, and per reference of past meeting discussions, the location and use for the proposed Phase 11 residential units was appropriate and that the change in the boundary line between Parcels 3 and 4 was not an issue. 2. Comprehensive Plan. ❑ Is the proposed development generally consistent with the Town's Comprehensive Plan? ❑ Is the proposed buildout within the range anticipated for the property? ❑ If the applicant proposes buildout in excess of the 85% of that identified in the Comprehensive Plan, then are the community purposes to achieve the appropriate ones for this development to accomplish? It was discussed during the November 20, 2000 Town Council meeting that the allocation for a maximum of 60 units, noted in the Buildout Analysis Chart, may be applied to the area proposed for the two residential buildings located south of Brush Creek and currently within Parcel 3. The shift in the boundary line between Parcel 3 and Parcel 4 was not viewed as a major concern. Further discussion needs to occur, at the appropriate time, as to whether the community purposes provisions have been mom, AoI am- adequately addressed concerning the additional manager's unit found in the lodge building. Please note that the application concerns 21 additional units (35% of the 60-unit maximum), or a total of 52 units for both phases (86.7% of the 60-unit maximum). Lastly, the applicability of the new unit equivalency chart and the new 65% threshold rule for future applications should be discussed. 3. Architecture and Planning. ❑ Are the buildings proposed to be developed in appropriate locations? ❑ Is the mass, scale and density of the buildings generally compatible with the character of the community and that of surrounding buildings? ❑ How much of the site is proposed to be common or dedicated open space? ❑ Is this an adequate amount of open space and does it appear to be in the appropriate locations? It was discussed during the November 20, 2000 Town Council meeting that the split in the southern-most residential building was acceptable as it would improve the appearance of the buildings and create more open space around the buildings. A split in the northern-most building was explored, but it was also noted that the location of the buildings in relation to surrounding conditions needs to be considered. It was explained at the November 20, 2000 Town Council meeting that, as a result of the split of the southern-most residential building, the underground parking square footage increased to accommodate the connecting drive and the above-ground square footage decreased to eliminate a unit. Conversely, the northern-most residential buildings'square footage increased to accommodate a relocated unit. At the December 4, 2000 Town Council meeting, it was stated that the architectural plans would need to be discussed before a determination could be made concerning the height limit standards and whether or not a building height variance would be necessary. Discussion on December 11, 2000 occurred concerning architectural design of the residential building including the Community Purpose criteria that should be used for a height variance. These points are outlined in the draft resolution. The resolution also recommends design upgrades for the tennis structures. Revisions are shown in the exhibit package (Exhibit S). 4. Natural resource and hazard areas. ❑ What are the natural resource and hazard areas on the property? ❑ Is mitigation appropriate? Note: A general description of the preferred Brush Creek enhancements is outlined in the draft resolution following the discussion in the December 11, 2000 Town Council work session (page 7 of the draft resolution). 5. Access and circulation. ❑ Is the conceptual location, alignment and type of entry roads and the primary on-site roads acceptable? ❑ Should the applicant provide transportation options for residents, visitors, guests and employees and, if so, what type of options may be most appropriate? Note: At the December 4, 2000 Town Council meeting, there was a discussion as to whether Town Council found it necessary to provide a secondary road connection to Brush Creek Road from the new clubhouse, and if so, what type of road it should be, including a discussion about the potential impacts upon the Nordic trail. Various viewpoints were raised. In the end, Town Council requested a copy of the traffic study for Phase I outlining its recommendations. This provided insight and recollection for Council members to use for discussion at the December 11, 2000 meeting. It was decided that options for an alternative access should be left open and further studied during the Preliminary Plan PUD review utilizing an updated traffic impact report. It was determined at the December 4, 2000 and December 11, 2000 Town Council meetings that Fairway Drive or"Access Road"should be renamed "Clubhouse Drive"and that a temporary street name sign should be installed immediately to - 4°t -- begin educating the general public about the street name change. Further, the applicant should work with the Water and Sanitation District to address associated costs involved with the street name change. It was discussed at the December 11, 2000 meeting that improvements to Clubhouse Drive should include a 24-foot wide paved street to meet the satisfaction of the Fire District. This item is noted in the draft resolution. Appropriate frail/walkway connections, and replacements were discussed on December 11, 2000 as well. These changes are outlined in the draft resolution. 6. Parking. ❑ Should the applicant provide on-site parking for the development in compliance with the standards of this Code, or should the applicant reduce parking below these standards, as provided in Section 16A-4-310, Off-Street Parking Standards? During the December 4, 2000 meeting, the utilization of the 28 perpendicular parking spaces along Snowmass Club Circle was examined and noted that these spaces should not be double counted when calculating the parking provision for the site, and is noted as such in the draft resolution. It was determined at the December 11, 2000 Town Council meeting that the parking generation figures and parking demand assumptions should be deferred for further study during the Preliminary Plan PUD review. This item is noted with conditions in the draft resolution. 7. Timetable. ❑ What is the proposed timetable for the development? ❑ Is it most appropriate for the development to occur all at once or in phases? ❑ If phasing is appropriate, then which portions of the project should proceed first? Note: The resolution outlines the timetable for the development as described by the applicant. _ a & _ 8. Community welfare. ❑ Do the concepts contained in the proposed development promote the public health, safety and welfare? Note: The applicant's letter of justification outlines reasoning for these criteria. Also, the adequacy of employee housing provisions needs to be discussed (see attached tables). Recommendation: Open the continue of public hearing and discussion, followed by this order of proceedings: • Application description by staff • Applicant presentation • Public testimony • Applicant response • Staff response, as needed • Discussion among Council members • Continue work session and/or public hearing, if needed PAuser\jw\SnowmassCIubII\TC Memo12-18-00 SMCII Sketch - W �mF1 > r / 1 � -/ / X70 � rN .�= � �:,: :. � ;1! �., � � ,� • �, IQ ! i� cur jl���. � � ��\ �...•�`� .� i—.. .� 1 � '1 `l; tit F SN07ASS LODGE& CLUB Snowmass Village,Colorado i(�Oil! i it v 1 • I r 1 n: y ✓t � � s} a Pt SNOWMASS LODGE& CLUB fit'till Snowmass Village,Colorado 1 1" i [ ( �''(� x .'. // i .alp i .\ w h .. f g� Ii_tD`l I it 1 SNOWMASS LODGE & CLUB JIM �{ t Fits*,- iil6�s•I I i { I��yy�ppo (<< %j rf ;i rl ili i Wtu! Snowman Village,Colorado 'it N i.if� lZA m a n• R � aK t�ri• 1 o -q1)j m > 1 SNOWMASS LODGE & CLUB ��I IIIIIII� Snowman Village,Colorado 1R Generation Summary Chart Employee Gene Code in Effect at Submission* Use Original Club Generation Rate Employees Generated Phase One and Two Club Generation Rate Em&Xns Generated Difference Commercial+ 12800 sf 5.57 jobs/1000 sf 55 12800 sf 5.57'obs/1000 sf 55 0 Office na 3.78 jobs/1000 sf na na 3.78 jobs/1000 sf na na Multi-famil na .5'obs/unit na 51 units .5 jobs/unit 20 20 ' Sin le-family na .3'obs/lot na na .3jobs/lot 0 2 HoteVl.od Room 76 rooms .44 jobs/room 26 na .44 jobs/room 0 -26 Ski Area Restaurants na 4.58 jobs/1000 sf na na 4.58'obs/1000 sf 0 na Ski Areas na 82.6'obs/1000 sf na na 82.6 jobs/1000 sf 0 na Conference Center na .97'obs/1000 sf na na .97'obs/1000 sf 0 na 21 5 Health Club 14000 sf 1.47'obV 1000 sf 16 18500 sf 1.47 jobs/1000 sf 96 -1 employee TOTAL 97 *summarizes winter uses only as specified in land use code,golf cktbtwusehenn's center not intended for winter use includes my/reception,offices.restaurant) then,housekeeping,meeting areas and other support areas ° uses 1.3 reduction to assume multiple jobs,as per land use code 5ro Club Aa d Soowmus Club Phase 11 11.29.00 Amm swim CoeW.y i Employee Generation Summary Chart Revised Coda' Use on, CWb Generation Rate EM Generated Rase One and Taro Club Gonerstlon Rate fEm Generated Dffterenee Corowdar f0535sf 4A3 60Ds1 Si 105355( 4.83' 10004 51 0 no ra ORwro na 3.68' 1000 st no na 3.68 000 st IFraWonaYrsneshaie na .61' 51 units .61' 31 31 SiM jy Up 103500 sf na .29' 1000 s1 na na .29 OW1000 sf no ^a Ho0e0Lod9e Room 76 norms .38 29 na 38 Obstrom t3Pr�esteuram(SAG 2265 sf 5.16 1000 st 12 2265 st 5.16 1000 st 12 0 la na Ski Arm na 61.95' 1000 sf ra na 61.95 7000 sf Conlerence Center na .97' 1000 sf na na .97' 1000sI re . re Heaah CkA 14000 sf .96 jobs1100f1 st 13 18500 sf .96jobs11000 of 18 5 1 Gdf CWDhouse and Terris CenIPr"' 4390 sf .96 jobs11000 sl 4 7960 sl .96 pbslf000 sf 8 4 Goff Restaurant 600 st 5.16 jobslf000 sf 3 2400 sf 5.16' 1000 sf t2 9 132 20 em eat. TOTAL 112 5824sr— 'rosy,OrNrPrrce 7.Series of 2000 eraral retei, ,mrniariierrce; irides lobbyh .Daces, spaces and 0tlar areas I -0ReWM k tS canstoana Prep 8816 - -^Resteurants Al in FxisBrg and proposed Goff CkLMUSes �dresteurad h dubboise is dtsmntiared in Phase Two —•"Number d 44851 and reduced b 65%to a footage of ynww�Cib ASOUns Snwxun Club Rux n 125.00 AVMSUKCa TABLE 54,UNIT EQUIVALENCY SQUARE L-VIT CATEGORIES FOOTAGE EQUIVALENT MULTI-FAMILY I Less Than 1,000 s.f. 0.5 MULTI-FAMILY II 1,000 s.f.- 1,500 s.f. 0.50+ .05 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 1,000 s.f. MULTI-FAMILY III 1,501 s.f. -2,500 s.f. 0.75+.10 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 1,500 s.f. MULTI-FAMILY N More Than 2,500 s.f. 1.75+.25 Per Each Additional 100 s.f.Above 2,500 s.f. SINGLE-FA�IIILY I Less Than 2.500 s.f. 1 SINGLE-FA�IIILY H 2,500 s.f. -4,500 s.f. 1.0 + .10 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 2,500 s.f. SINGLE-FAiWLY III More than 4,500 s.f. 3.0+50 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 4,500 s.f. HOTEL'LODGNG I Less ThanSOOs.f. 0.25 HOTEL/LODGNG II 500 s.f. - 1,000 s.f. 0.25+.10 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 500 s.f. [HOTEL/LODGNG III More than 1,000 s.f 0.75+.25 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 1,000 s.f. 3 8'- TC Reso. Page 1 of 15 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 17 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE TOWN COUNCIL FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION REGARDING AUTHORIZATION FOR SNOWMASS CLUB ASSOCIATES TO SUBMIT A PRELIMINARY PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT FOR THE SNOWMASS CLUB PUD PHASE II PROPOSAL. WHEREAS, The Aspen Skiing Company, as General Partner of the Snowmass Club Associates ('Applicant"), submitted a Sketch Plan PUD on June 26, 2000 for amendments to Parcels 4, 10, and 12 of the FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PLAN for the Snowmass Club Subdivision (Ordinance No. 8 Series of 1980) (the "Project")to permit the Phase II development of 21, four- bedroom fractional ownership condominiums, parking lot areas, a new clubhouse, a new tennis structure, a replacement tennis center, and golf course facility upgrades and changes, as shown per the exhibits on file in the Town's Community Development Department; and WHEREAS, the Town Council previously amended the FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT ("PUD") by Ordinance No. 2, Series of 1982; and WHEREAS, the Town Council previously amended the PUD by Ordinance No. 31 Series of 1983; and WHEREAS, the Town Council previously amended the PUD by Ordinance No. 8 Series of 1985; and WHEREAS, the Town Council previously amended the PUD by Ordinance No. 3 Series of 2000; and WHEREAS, the Aspen Skiing Company, as the General Partner of the Snowmass Club Associates, previously applied on February 23, 2000 for a Sketch Plan amending the Snowmass Club Planned PUD in order to permit development of 30 condominiums, parking lot area, a new clubhouse, a new tennis structure and center, and golf course facility upgrades and changes, as shown per the exhibits on file in the Town's Community Development Department, but subsequently withdrew the application on June 12, 2000; and WHEREAS, a Public Hearing and Joint Public Meeting was held before the Town Council and the Planning Commission on September 5th, 2000 to receive public comment on the new Sketch Plan PUD application; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission recommends that the applicant be authorized to proceed to Preliminary Plan PUD, as described within their Resolution No. 34, Series of 2000; and , TC Reso.00-17 Page 2 WHEREAS, in accordance with the public notice requirements of Section 16A-5-60 of the Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV) Land Use and Development Code, posted, mailed, and published notice was given of a public hearing to be held before the Town Council on November 20, 2000 to receive public comment on the Project. WHEREAS, further public meetings were/will be held before the Town Council on December 4t', December 119, December 18`h, 2000, and January 2, 2001 to discuss the proposal, to receive public comment, and to prepare a resolution; and WHEREAS, said Sketch Plan PUD was considered by the Town Council pursuant to Section 16A-5-320 of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code; and WHEREAS, the Town staff has analyzed the major issues involved with the Sketch Plan PUD application and reported to Town Council at their public meetings as noted above and, Town Council is/has considered the issues and considered what additional information and studies are necessary to properly review a Preliminary Plan PUD Application; and WHEREAS, the Town Council is/has reviewed the application and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff, heard and considered comments from the public and Staff, as well as the information presented by the applicant. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: SECTION ONE: Findings. The Town Council makes the following findings concerning the application for the Project: 1. The applicant submitted sufficient information and detail, deemed to be complete for review, pursuant to Sections 16A-5-40 and 16A-5-330 of the Town of Snowmass Village ("TOSV") Land Use and Development Code, to permit the Town Staff, Planning Commission and the Town Council adequate and complete review of the proposed Sketch Plan PUD. 2. The proposed amendment is being processed in accordance with Section 16A-5-320 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. 3. All public notification requirements, as specified within Section 16A-5-60(b) of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code, have been satisfied. TC Reso.00-17 Page 3 4. The Town Council is/has, to the extent necessary for and pertinent to a Sketch Plan PUD level of evaluation and review, determined that the application is generally consistent with the provisions of Section 5-230 C., General Restrictions, of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code, subject to satisfying the applicable conditions contained within Section Three of this resolution. 5. The Town Council is/has, to the extent necessary for and pertinent to a Sketch Plan PUD level of evaluation and review, determined that the application is generally consistent with the provisions of Section 5-230 D., Review Standards, of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code, subject to satisfying the applicable conditions contained within Section Three of this resolution. 6. The Town Council, in preparation of its resolution, is complying/has complied with the applicable requirements of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code. 7. The Sketch Plan PUD identifies land uses that are consistent with the TOSV Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map in that the subject area is identified as being intended for Mixed-Use purposes. The proposed residential buildings, new tennis structures, clubhouse, and parking facilities would be appropriate mixed uses customarily found in connection with a development of this type. 8. The uses proposed are consistent with the character of the area. 9. The 60-unit allocation per the Buildout Analysis Chart in the TOSV Comprehensive Plan may be applied to the affected area, including the area proposed to be rezoned from Parcel 3 to Parcel 4. The change in the boundary line is considered acceptable. 10.As the boundary line change between Parcel 3 and Parcel 4 is akin to a subdistrict rezoning, the 44 feet height limit for Parcel 4 may be applied to this area, in lieu of the 39 foot height limit in Parcel 3; OR The 44-foot height limit may be allowed subject to following the review criteria for PUD height variation pursuant to Section 16A-5-300(c)(5) of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code. See the Community Purposes section in Section Three of this resolution addressing the criteria. 11.The exterior finishes on the Phase II buildings will be as consistent with those shown in Phase I. �� J4 ' TC Reso.00-17 Page 4 12. Section 4-410, Restricted Housing Requirements, of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code, provides the methodology for determining the amount of restricted housing, which must be provided by the applicant to sufficiently mitigate the employee housing impacted by the proposed development. The Town Council considered the quantity and quality of the employee housing constructed as part of Phase I of this development and finds that: • The employee housing provided in Phase I, which was also provided as a community purpose benefit, adequately suffices for the employee housing requirements for Phase II considering that 48,000 square feet of employee housing was provided in Phase I and that the combined Phase I and II employee housing requirements, following the current TOSV Land Use and Development Code ratios, calculates to 38,438 square feet; OR • An additional 5,824 square feet of employee housing will be required with the Phase II proposal (i.e., the difference between Phase I and Phase I & II combined). (to be determined) 13.Following PC resolution: The subject area is included as part of the TOSV Comprehensive Plan Future Transportation Map showing the realignment of Brush Creek Road per Option II of the applicant's submittal. It was determined that Option 11 would not be considered and that Option I would be utilized showing the current Brush Creek Road alignment. 14.Following PC resolution: Town Council finds that due to the proposed residential buildings replacing parking for the existing golf course operations, the golf course operations would need to be relocated first before constructing the fractional ownership units. The estimated timetable of the proposed project and phasing of improvements are as follows: a) Replacement of hole #16 with new hole #18 in the Spring 2001, depending on length of approval process; b) Commence construction of the new clubhouse and the 150-space parking lot in Spring 2002 along with the possible closure of the golf course to accommodate the upgrades planned; c) Then construct the residential portion of the project, after moving the golf course operations using a temporary clubhouse structure, in the Fall 2001, which is anticipated as an 18-month project; and d) Construct the tennis structures approximately the same time as the residential buildings. .._.4A ._ TC Reso.00-17 Page 5 15.Following PC resolution: Town Council finds that the proposed development promotes the public health, safety, and welfare because: a) The golf and club serve public health; b) Additional RETT tax will be provided; c) Additional property tax will be provided; d) It will improve hot or warm bed base in a period of a declining bed base; e) The increase in bed base will provide incremental retail spending resulting in additional sales tax collection; and f) The sale of the units will capture a base of future skiers for Snowmass Village that might otherwise travel to other resorts or purchase real estate in other resorts. 16. Draft language: The application is generally consistent with the development review standards specified within Sections 16A-5-40, 16A-5-50, 16A-5-310, 16A-5-320, and 16A-5-330 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. SECTION TWO: Action. Draft language: The Town Council hereby grants authorization to Snowmass Club Associates to apply for a Preliminary Plan PUD review for the Phase II portion of the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development, with the conditions (directions) specified in SECTION THREE, to the extent that follows: The applicant is authorized to proceed with a PUD Amendment for the Preliminary Plan PUD application for improvements including development of 21, four-bedroom fractional ownership condominiums with underground parking, surface parking lot areas, a new clubhouse, a new tennis structure, a replacement tennis center, and golf course facility upgrades and changes, as shown per the exhibits on file in the Town's Community Development Department. SECTION THREE: Conditions. To provide for the welfare and safety of the public and to ensure that the development proceeds in accordance with community goals and objectives, the Town Council authorizes the Applicant to submit an application for Preliminary Plan PUD review consistent with all design, location and policy representations made by the applicant during the Sketch Plan PUD review, subject to the requirements of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code and the following conditions: ,m► 4Z �"" TC Reso.00-17 Page 6 Draft language below. 1. General. a) The applicant shall provide additional information and application materials as required by the TOSV Land Use and Development Code in submitting the Preliminary Plan PUD, including but not limited to the following: 1. Preliminary Development Plan, showing surrounding conditions, associated site data figures, and proposed variations from development standards; 2. Preliminary architectural plans; 3. Floor plans; 4. Landscape Plan/Open Space Plan; 5. Fiscal Impact Report; 6. Solid Waste Disposal Plan; 7. Energy Conservation Plan; 8. Condominium Association Documents; 9. Utility Plan; . 10.Grading and Drainage Plan; 11.Traffic Impact Report, including analysis of the affects upon nearby intersections and following the criteria per the TOSV Land Use and Development Code; 12.Air Quality Analysis; 13.Geologic Report; 14.Brush Creek Impact Report; and 15.Construction Management Plan. 16.The intended future uses and operational plans, including provisions for parking, for the Fairway Conference Center and old clubhouse. b) The Preliminary PUD application shall also include the following: 1. Locational information: a) Provide a full legal description of Parcels 3, 4, and 10 [Section 16A- 5-40(b)(2)] concerning the boundary line shift between Parcels 3 and 4 in order to retain the same acreages in Parcels 3, 4, and 10. b) Show the location of existing and proposed easements and setbacks on the plan [Section 16A-5-330(4)(c)(d)]. c) Clearly show and label all the improvements to the golf course on the plans, such as which fairways get combined, fairway deletions, new fairway locations, the renumbering of the fairways, and golf cart routes. "MEOW 4 TC Reso.00-17 Page 7 c) That the four criteria listed in Section 16A-5-390(3) of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code also be considered when evaluating the Preliminary Plan PUD application. 2. Natural Resources: a) Following PC resolution: The Brush Creek impact report shall provide a detailed description and plans of the proposed enhancements to Brush Creek. The Brush Creek enhancements shall be similar to, and a preference to be better than, the creek improvements near the Community Chapel (Yarrow Park). Per the applicant's proposal, Brush Creek is to be diverted through two golf course ponds as a means to aesthetically improve the appearance of the creek and improve the quality of the water entering the Roaring Fork River. Further, the impact report should address water rights management and the maintenance of adequate water flowage through the creek. b) Explore the possibility of using RETT funds for the diversion of Brush Creek and exposing the creek at the entry to the Village located near the northeast corner of the site. 3. Golf Course Improvements: a) A definition of a quality golf course should be addressed with the Preliminary Plan PUD application. b) Consider the possibility of flattening the tee areas. 4. Softball Field: a) Explore the possibility of reorienting the softball field, taking into consideration the sun angles, during the Preliminary Plan PUD review. 5. Parking facilities: a) Complete a peak parking demand analysis, including the potential use scenarios of the Fairway Conference Center and the old clubhouse building, as well as incorporating the existing driving range, to evaluate and determine the parking needs for Phase II during the Preliminary PUD application [Section 16A-4-310]. .► 4 ��� TC Reso.00-17 Page 8 b) Due to the fact that the off-street parking provision proposed is fewer than required by the TOSV Land Use and Development Code, continue to show a location for a future 39-space parking lot to be constructed if the Town of Snowmass Village determines that additional parking is needed for the site following completion and operation of the facilities [Section 16A-5-330(5)(k)], unless further evaluation during the Preliminary Plan PUD application reveals that the 39-space parking area is needed at the time the Phase II improvements are constructed. c) That the underground parking for the Phase II residential buildings, including the connecting ramp for the southern building, be retained to help meet the parking demand on the site. 6. Vehicular Access and Circulation: a) The name of"Access Road" or Fairway Drive on the east side of the site shall be renamed "CLUBHOUSE DRIVE" because it is reasonable given the proposed new clubhouse location, and because it would avoid confusion with another Fairway Drive accessed off a different street other than Snowmass Club Circle. A temporary street name sign shall be installed immediately to educate the public concerning the new street name. Further, the applicant should work with the Water and Sanitation District concerning the incurrence of expenses involved as a result of the street name change. b) Draft language: The traffic study for the Phase I project, recently submitted to the Town during this Sketch Plan review, is deemed inappropriate for Preliminary Plan PUD review. The applicant will supply a more in-depth and updated traffic, transit and parking analysis which includes a full analysis of peak parking demand/needs at peak summer and winter hours, incorporating all proposed uses within the Snowmass Club facilities, including the 21 fractional ownership units, the existing Phase I development, year-round use of employee housing (anticipating off-season rental to other organizations or full-time employee use), the driving range, the reuse of the Fairways Conference Center and the old clubhouse, the tennis facilities, the new clubhouse, and all other aspects contemplated in the Preliminary Plan PUD proposal. The study shall also verify the impacts of the traffic generated upon the nearby street intersections. c) The Transportation Maps show a road connection south from Brush Creek accessing the golf course area. It was determined that an alternative access to Brush Creek Road should be left open as an option. The alternative/secondary access road should be analyzed during the Preliminary Plan PUD review. A conclusion concerning the TC Reso.00-17 Page 9 alternative/secondary access must be reached during the Preliminary Plan PUD review utilizing an updated traffic impact study. d) Following PC resolution: The redesign of the intersection of Clubhouse Drive and Snowmass Club Circle, in compliance with the TOSV Land Use and Development Code criteria, shall be redesigned for improved sight distance and reaction time for turning movements. Such reconfiguration shall include a westbound right-turn slip lane with a center island, or some variation of this design, and shall be completed with the Preliminary Plan PUD review. e) Analyze the 24-foot width improvement for Clubhouse Drive that satisfactorily addresses the Fire District concerns during the review of the Preliminary Plan PUD. f) Following PC resolution: Improve the appearance of the culvert crossing for Brush Creek at Fairway Drive to replace or redesign the existing culvert crossing with a new bridge or culvert crossing incorporating a pedestrian walkway, decorative railings and stone embankments on both sides of Clubhouse Drive at the creek crossing, or a similar variation thereof, during the Phase II construction. This would also be in lieu of providing a second pedestrian bridge between the two proposed residential buildings. g) That the applicant explore moving the southern-most buildings closer to the creek, to create additional setback from the Villas North property and to accommodate fire access. 7. Transit issues: a) Show all existing and proposed transit stop locations on the Preliminary PUD. b) Identify the ownership and right-of-way widths of the roads, particularly Snowmass Club Circle and Clubhouse Drive. c) Added language: If the main entrance to the Club off of Country Club Circle is relocated, a pedestrian connection and bridge crossing must be retained to the new bus stop location. 8. Pedestrian Circulation and Trail issues: a) The subject area is included as part of the TOSV Comprehensive Plan Trails and Open Space Map, which shows a trail connection from the wo.. A+ � �� TC Reso.00-17 Page 10 tennis court areas west to the Brush Creek Road Trail. It was determined that a replacement trail would connect from Brush Creek trail, north of the new Fairway#8, follow along the south side of new Fairway#11, and onto Country Club Circle. Delete the proposed trail from the new clubhouse to the Brush Creek trail, and retain the trail from the employee housing to the rodeo grounds. b) Provide an interconnecting trail along and between the northern-most residential building and Brush Creek, utilizing a meandering path and a decorative surface treatment (but not asphalt), to connect Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle and the existing trail located farther to the west across the main entrance. c) Added language: That a pedestrian trail/bridge connection from the Club's main pedestrian entry be maintained to the new bus stop location, if the main vehicular entrance is relocated. d) The applicant and staff coordinate with the Trails Committee concerning the trail connections on the site. Further, the Trails Committee shall coordinate efforts to provide a trail along the Highline Road alignment. e) Applicant agrees to provide additional easements as needed to complete a trail connection from Clubhouse Drive to the future trail along Highline Road, planned generally between Brush Creek Road and Owl Creek Road, to permit the Town to construct the trail connection once deemed necessary. f) That the Preliminary Plan PUD demonstrate that the Town has easements for all existing and proposed trails on the site. g) Any license agreement between the Nordic Council and the applicant concerning trail locations and/or a Piston-bully accessory structure location must be provided to the benefit of the Town. h) Per PC resolution: Provide a detached sidewalk, with a landscaped parkway, along the west side of Clubhouse Drive to connect the new residential buildings for Phase II to the new tennis structures and the new clubhouse facility. An exception may be considered if the Preliminary Plan PUD shows that it is not possible to construct a detached sidewalk in front of the new tennis structure as a result of steep embankments and that an attached walkway would be more conducive with the grading around the tennis structure. 'NEW � �s TC Reso.00-17 Page 11 9. Architecture and Landscaping: a) Draft language: Compliance is required with the TOSV Land Use and Development Code criteria, including consideration of the views from the Villas North property, when evaluating any required building height waiver from 39 feet to 44 feet (if needed) for the southern-most buildings, proposed to be within Parcel 4's boundary versus Parcel 3's boundary. See the analysis applying the affected criteria in the Community Purposes section of this resolution. A separate height variance would also be required for any building beyond 44 feet in height. b) The split in the southern-most building, to create more open space area and architecturally pleasing results, shall be retained with the design of the Preliminary Plan PUD application. c) Divert the underground driveway connecting the parking in the southern residential buildings in order to achieve angled or unparalleled building footprints between the two structures. d) Explore with the Preliminary Plan PUD application the possibility of angling the northern-most residential building in the middle in order to lessen the linear appearance of the building and to create more open space between the units and the creek. e) Explore the possibility of lowering the flat roof portion of the residential buildings. f) The specific amount of common open space area intended for the enjoyment of the residents, such as landscaped areas, stream beds, and areas for pedestrian use only (not parking lots), must be determined at the time of the Preliminary Plan PUD application [Sections 16A-2-20 and Section 16A-4-320]. g) Following PC resolution: The design and exterior finishes of the residential units, the tennis structure, tennis facility, and the clubhouse facility will be further evaluated at the time of the Preliminary Plan PUD application [Section 16A-4-330]. Additional exterior finishes should be considered for the tennis structures (such as a timbers or stone base) and should incorporate more of a "ranch" theme and discourage a shed-type design. The roof design should incorporate additional detailing or articulation, such as dormers and a clerestory feature. If standing seam metal roofing is proposed, it should incorporate a dull finish and color. (Note: Some of these guidelines have already been incorporated into a redesign of the architectural sketch plans for these structures— Exhibit S). - 49 -- TC Reso.00-17 Page 12 h) The design of the landscape improvements, including the areas along Brush Creek, Clubhouse Drive, the new clubhouse and parking area, and the golf course improvement areas, shall be evaluated for acceptability at the time of the Preliminary Plan PUD application [Section 16A-4-320]. A heavy landscape buffer is needed between the residential buildings and Clubhouse Drive to provide acceptable screening. 10. Community Purposes: a) Note: The Town Council should consider whether the new unit equivalency chart applies to future applications related to this proposal. Per the unit equivalency chart, a 2,400 square foot unit, proposed with Phase 11, equates to a 1.65 unit(0.75 + 0.1 x 100 sq. ft. above 1,500 sq. ft.). Considering that 30 units are allowed for the Phase II area per the Buildout Analysis Chart, this would equate to 18 units allowed. Applying the 85% rule results in 15 units. Applying the 65% rule results in 11 units. The applicability of the new unit equivalency chart to this Sketch Plan and future applications should be addressed and noted in the Findings section of this resolution. Also consider the applicability of the 65% rule as discussed below. b) Following PC resolution: That the additional manager's unit in the lodge that wasn't accounted for in Phase I, which is in excess by one unit of being within 85% of the maximum allowed number of units specified within the Buildout Analysis Chart for this site, be deed restricted for employee housing only; Further, this deed restriction shall serve as the community benefit for Phase II being over the 85% rule. Note: The Town Council should discuss whether the 85% rule or Ordinance 15, Series of 2000 (65% rule) applies to the Preliminary PUD and include within the Findings. c) Note: The following language could be added to the resolution if Council decides that a height variance is required for the residential buildings proposed within the area to be changed from Parcel 3 to Parcel 4. Per discussions at the December 11, 2000 Council meeting, it was advised that the applicant or staff could apply the "Encouragement of Better Design"criteria in determining whether Community Purposes have been meet for the height variance even though staff does not have all the critical dimensioning at their disposal (e.g., finished grade, separation distances, setbacks, specific heights on all roof forms, photo simulations, etc.), and instead have utilized the Information and plans supplied thus far as well as observations from site visits: 14M► W TC Reso.00-17 Page 13 Section 16A-5-300(c)(5) of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code, states that, "A dimensional limitation (such as building height) may be varied when the Town Council finds that the PUD achieves: (1) One (1) or more of the applicable purposes listed in Subsection ©(6), Community Purposes for PUD's; (2) That granting of the variation is necessary for that purpose to be achieved; and (3) That the resulting development will be consistent with the provisions of Subsection©(7)." Consider the following: 1) The 44-foot height would allow for greater variety in the type, design and layout of the buildings in the area proposed to be changed from Parcel 3 to Parcel 4 because: The buildings provide underground parking, which is a benefit in that the parking will hidden rather than visible with additional surface parking in the area. If additional surface parking was proposed, the buildings could be lowered, providing garden-level units, and thus the buildings could meet the 39-foot height limit per Parcel 3; However, the area seems constrained, and additional surface parking would minimize the open space and landscaping that could be provided in the area. 2) Structures shall be designed to be compatible, in terms of height, mass, scale, orientation and configuration, with other buildings in the PUD and with surrounding uses, yet shall avoid uniformity of design. • The buildings proposed are three stories, which are approximately the same height from grade as the adjoining Villas North buildings; • The scale of the proposed building are not disproportionate with the Villas North buildings, as far as width and height are concerned; • The proposed site sits approximately in the range of 10 to 20 feet lower than the Villas North property grade where the buildings are located; • The proposed buildings will be split to allow open space between the buildings and to create a slight view corridor to Brush Creek and the Club entry; MMMW 3 1 TC Reso.00-17 Page 14 • The buildings will provide screening of the sewage ponds for the Villas North residents, but yet preserve partial mountain top views from the upper level units in Villas North; • The buildings proposed for Phase II includes varied and stepped roof forms, including two-story building heights on the ends of the buildings; • The proposed building footprints show varied projections and recesses in the building design to create angled building walls in lieu of a uniform linear design on the exterior; • The proposed buildings are architecturally attractive; and The area is intended for multi-family uses per the Comprehensive Plan. 3) That granting of the variation is necessary for that purposes to be achieved: • It seems reasonable to assume that a proposed variation in the height limit to 44 feet for a three-story building is necessary to accommodate the proposed underground parking, which is deemed to be a visually enhancing benefit. This encourages better design. If the building sat lower, the grade for the driveway entrance into the parking garage would be steeper than is necessary. 4) That the resulting development will be consistent with the provisions of Subsection ©(7): • The applicant provided drawings showing that at least 50% of the buildings will be able to comply with the 39-foot height restriction per Parcel 3's standards; • The proposed buildings will be set back from the Villas North buildings a distance at least equal to the height of the proposed buildings for necessary access and fire protection, to ensure proper ventilation, air and snowmelt between buildings, and to minimize the effects of transmission of noise between units and between buildings. 11. Miscellaneous. a) The applicant must acknowledge that approval for any improvements not submitted as part of Preliminary Plan Application, are subject to requests for additional information, full and complete review, analysis, recommendations for change, approval or denial, and that any impacts resulting from future improvements must be fully mitigated by the developer at the developer's expense. `. �� vw � TC Reso.00-17 Page 15 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED as amended, on this 2nd day of January, 2001, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on a motion made by Council Member , seconded by Council Member and by a vote of Council member Mercatoris was absent on medical leave. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor ATTEST: TRUDI WORLINE, Town Clerk _33 - TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC HEARING: WHEN: MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2000 WHERE: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KEARNS ROAD 2ND FLOOR SNOWMASS CENTER BUILDING WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: ORDINANCE NO. 28, SERIES OF 2000, AN ORDINANCE IMPLEMENTING INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NO. 01, SERIES OF 2000, AS APPROVED BY THE ELECTORS AT THE NOVEMBER 7, 2000 SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR ELECTION TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 6:00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: TELEPHONE: 923-3777 INTERNET ACCESS TO COUNCIL E-MAIL: http://www.tosv.com CITIZEN FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 922-6727 Trudi Worline,Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on 11-29-2000. http://www.tosv.00m clerk @tosv.com sm, A4 mmm COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: December 18, 2000 Presented By: Stephen R. Connor Subject:: Public Hearing and Action, Ordinance No. 28, Series of 2000 implementing the provisions of Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 and establishing procedures thereunder Overview: This Ordinance implements the provisions of Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000, approved by the electors on November 7, 2000. Interpretations and procedures are established in this Ordinance, which has been reviewed by Bond Counsel and approved for content. Changes for second reading have not been incorporated as of packet time, but will be brought to the meeting. Recommendation: Conduct Public Hearing and approve second reading of the revised Ordinance, to be provided at the meeting. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 28 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NO. 1, SERIES OF 2000 AND ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES THEREUNDER. WHEREAS, Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 was approved by the electors of the Town on November 7, 2000; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desires to specify the manner in which the Initiative Ordinance will be codified in the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that interpretations must be provided and procedures must be established for the orderly and efficient implementation of the Initiative Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this Ordinance must be adopted to facilitate efficient operation of the Town government and to insure the proper and prudent expenditure of public funds; 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. Codification. Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 is hereby codified in the Municipal Code as Chapter 4, Article VI, as follows: ARTICLE VI Project Spending Limitation Sec. 6-1 Purpose. Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 was approved by the electors of the Town on November 7, 2000. The provisions of this Article are effective prospectively after November 7, 2000. low=, 45"M� �` Sec. 6-2 Definitions. The following definitions are established for application in this Article: (2) Money means money from any source and of any type. (3) Project spending limitation during a current year is forty percent (40%) of the latest available years' audited total of general revenue of the Town. (This shall be determined consistent with the accounting practices of the Town audited financial statement of 1999, forwarded with the auditor's report dated March 8, 2000. For example, page 4 of that report cites a general revenue total of $9,648,730, which would yield a spending limitation of approximately $3.86 million for calendar year 2000.) (4) Project means the total of any activity or group of activities, which are properly, usually, or best planned or executed together to achieve an objective or related objectives. Sec. 6-3 Project Limitation. The Town shall not implement, approve, institute, or contract any project or obligate itself in any way to any project within the Town or to be paid for by the Town, which requires an expenditure of money in excess of the project spending limitation without a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project. 2. Implementation Provisions. To implement the provisions of Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000, the following sections are hereby added to Chapter 4, Article VI of the Municipal Code, as follows: Sec. 6-2 Definitions. The following definition is established for application in this Article: (1) Audited total of general revenue of the Town shall be determined from the independent audit made of all Town accounts at the end of each fiscal year including fund transfers to the general fund. Until the independent audit for a fiscal year has been completed and accepted by the Town Treasurer, the most recent audit shall be utilized to determine the audited total of general revenue of the Town. Sec. 6-4 Project Evaluation. The Town is authorized to analyze, consider, ..�5 snow design, plan, review, obtain approvals for a project required by other provisions of the this Code, and to expend money in furtherance thereof for a project that is subject to the provisions of Sec. 6-3 without a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project. Sec. 6-5 Project Approval Election. Prior to the entrance into a contract, joint venture or other irrevocable obligation for the acquisition, construction or equipping of a project that is subject to the provisions of Sec. 6-3, the Town Council shall cause a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project at a regular or special election. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the question presented to the electors from being consolidated in a question within the meaning of the provisions of Article X Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution. Sec. 6-6 Project Construction. Upon the electors approval of the project and the money for the project at the project approval election, the Town Council may proceed to acquire, construct and equip the project without further application of the provisions of this Article. In the event that the electors do not approve the project and the money for the project at the project approval election, the Town Council may continue to evaluate, modify or redesign the project within the meaning of Sec. 6-4. Sec. 6-7 Penalty. The provisions of Sec. 1-72 and Sec. 1-78 shall not apply to violations of this Article. The sole remedy for the enforcement of the provisions of this Article shall be a proceeding brought under the provisions of Rule 106(a)(4) of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure. 3. Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on December 4, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of in favor and _against, Council Member Mercatoris absent with prior authorization. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of ww� vsmf6� Snowmass Village on Second Reading on December 18, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of_in favor and _ against, Council Member Mercatoris absent with prior authorization. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: December 18, 2000 Presented By: Gary Suiter Subject: RESOLUTION NUMBERS 51 AND 52, SERIES OF 2000, AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS TO CULTURAL ARTS, RECREATION, CHARITABLE AND SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS Overview: Following are two Resolutions awarding grant funds to non-profit organizations. The Resolutions reflect recommendations from the Citizens Grant Review Board, as modified by Town Council. Recommendation: Approve both resolutions. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 511 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR BUDGETED CONTRACTS TO CULTURAL ARTS AND RECREATION ORGANIZATIONS WHEREAS, the Town Council has budgeted $35,750 to be distributed to cultural arts and recreation organizations in 2000; and WHEREAS, the Town Council is committed to supporting and promoting cultural arts and recreation programs; and WHEREAS, the Citizens Grant Review Board has carefully reviewed the grant request submitted by arts and recreation organizations. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado that the following donations be made: Anderson Ranch Arts Center .......................................................$11,000 Aspen Ballet Company & School ................................................. 3,000 Aspen Choral Society................................................................... 2,000 Aspen Community Theater........................................................... 2,000 Aspen Dance Connection............................................................. 1,000 Aspen Historical Society..................................................................2,500 Aspen Music Festival & School...................................................... 3,000 Aspen Theater in the Park ............................................................. 3,000 Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club ............................................. 6,000 Project Graduation ......................................................................... 1,000 Spellbinders ................................................................................... 1.250 $35,750 Section Two: Disbursement The expenditure of funds will be made in full on or before March 31, 2001. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED as amended, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 18"' day of December, 2000 with a motion made by Council member and seconded by Council member The motion was approved by a vote of_ in favor to_opposed. TC Reso 00-51 Page 2 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk �..� O �s r 111 L rr - fk • • • . • - off CULTURAL ARTS & RECREATIONAL V H D ' Anderson Ranch Arts Center =77- 111 111 111 Aspen Dance Connection � L"�'a`I I et �• • _ • • 111 k "bi-"�,s� t ' -����I :��� Aspen • . - School Outdoor •■ 11 . s ` , Itl) 11 11 111 Education •• 111 .i > l pen Music Festival School • •- ,- _ � JJt `d 111 111 111 • • •>' 11 ¢ ElI� l�.; IlT 11 11 111 . - • • • =MUFTI • • - - � 1 111 f ° �>~4:)1` � � .5*t�1.L�;��� • - - • • • . . . © : 111 v ,.t;;��-�tJ..b -; -, 11 MMINEME omit 4 1 1 1 Challenge • - 1 : 111 1 1 1 r• 111 t � k if eti i4' i .. '�""i�5'�' 11 ®� • -ct Graduation •• 11 i, t/t!t' I.i. l c,v�ri, 111 �� Snowmass Nature Center 1 1 whl • 11 1 11 1 Spellbinders 2000 BUDGET=$44,100 TOTAL I _1• •1 • .YY• TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 52 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR BUDGETED CONTRACTS TO CHARITABLE AND SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS WHEREAS, the Town Council has budgeted $78,150 to be distributed to charitable and service organizations in 2001; and WHEREAS, the Town Council is committed to supporting community services that the Town is not staffed to proved; and WHEREAS, the Citizens Grant Review Board has carefully reviewed the grant request submitted by charitable and service organizations. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado that the following donations be made: Asistencia Para Latinos (APL)......................................................$3,000 Aspen/Basalt Care Clinic.............................................................. 2,500 Aspen Camp School for the Deaf................................................. 5,000 Aspen Counseling Center ............................................................ 3,000 AspenFoundation........................................................................ 1,250 AspenInstitute ............................................................................. 2,000 Aspen Wilderness Workshop....................................................... 1,000 AspenYouth Center..................................................................... 4,000 Columbine Home Health Care Services....................................... 2,000 Community Health Services.........................................................12,000 Independence Pass Foundation.................................................. 1,000 LeadershipAspen ........................................................................ -0- Little Red Schoolhouse ................................................................13,900 Neighbor-to-Neighbor................................................................... 3,000 Pitkin County Senior Services...................................................... 3,500 Response..................................................................................... 3,500 Roaring Fork Hospice................................................................... 5,000 Roaring Fork Legal Services........................................................ 2,000 Sopris Therapy Services.............................................................. 3,000 Valley Partnership for Drug Prevention ........................................ 5,000 Youth Zone (Garfield Youth Services).......................................... 2.500 ............................................................................................... $78,150 "Plus in-kind bus service TC Reso 00-52 Page 2 Section Two: Disbursement The expenditure of funds will be made in full on or before March 31, 2001. INTRODUCED, READ, AND ADOPTED as amended, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 18th day of December, 2000 with a motion made by Council member and seconded by Council member The motion was approved by a vote of_ in favor to_opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk �qq ®® Y 1 +YA x CHARITABLE AND SERMCE ORGANIZATIONS 75 7 Asiste _ • 1 1 F r r 1 '� �, y1 1 1 1 FLY ��n Buddy Program Aspen Camp School for the Deaf • ®® •�® �` „^t.,..T 1 °^ '. /t 1 111 11 1 �� ,j"'r P7<� 111 111 111 Counseling Center •• 111 F 1 Aspen.Foundation • 11 ° f.� �i 1!1 � 111 Aspen Institute C Aspen Youth Center 111 � r'1� J5Q L Columbihe Home—Health r- Community ■ 111 i ` °C"p'�? 1 111 : 111 111 1 ��. E .AS-1 I • • h- • _ •. •• 111Fk �C fit; 111 111 111 Garfield Youth Services(Pitkin Division) A Grassroots Aspen Experience Independence Pan Found Leadership Aspen eet Day Care, Inc. Little F ©®1 ill i2 ;i'�n 11 111 11 © 111 Et .�^x M1r�}7 11 111 111 •/ 11 1 - �rn^L'*f.-li� 1 rl -m,. !.!1 111 [ •T7 .t',T 7r-.T 9,500 1 111 .11 Little -• Schoolhouse . ••'I Request-Bus •� 11 k .. kind bus Service f w service Neighbor to Neighbor Pitkin •• 1/1 I j�i �S 11 1 1 1 1.1 County - r Servkm- Rifle •©®� �,I l�r k ��61i 111 1/ •• 111 �'�. s` 'k�i:. 111 11 11 •. - ®� ��� 1 111 , (•� a �ia�.-`.� Roaring Fork. Hospice* Roaring For� is •/ 111 ! _ Ik �:� 111 111 Snowmass Wildcat Fights Sopris Therapy Services Valle�Partnerst��ipfor Drug • •• j Y '® The Women's Foundation of Coll _11 M Yet. w , —_--_- �+n w' -¢ l '.• 111 - � 111 • �� 111 � �� !<.:..,t i r,�' 1 G. TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, TOWN MANAGER RE: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: DECEMBER 14, 2000 ................................................................................... COUNCIL RETREAT I want to thank Town Council and staff for your efforts in making last Wednesday's retreat successful. As I had hoped, there was and abundance of creative, flowing dialogue that helped clarify issues and establish a direction for staff. We immediately held a follow-up staff meeting to debrief the retreat and discuss the strategic plan, performance measurement and project timelines. I am meeting with Bob Purvis Tuesday to discuss Strategic Planning. Staff is also developing timelines for identified projects. Please be reminded of the Council Work Session on Transportation and RETT projects, scheduled for Wednesday, December 20th, at 9:00 a.m. The Work Session will be held in the Council Chambers. "REPORT ON NORTHWEST COUNCIL OF GOVENRMENTS (NWCOG) Per Council's request, attached is a report from Carey Shanks outlining his findings and making a recommendation on NWCOG membership. Please let me know how you would like to proceed on this matter. BUDGET AWARD I am extremely pleased to announce that Marianne Rakowski has received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). This is a National organization based in Chicago that judges budget documents by a panel of independent reviewers. This award is the highest form of recognition in Governmental Budgeting. Its attainment represents a significant achievement by this organization. The award is valid for one year and applies to our budget document for the year 2000. 1 have never been affiliated with an organization that has received this award and would like to congratulate Marianne and the entire staff for their fine efforts. `GOCO GRANTS FOR RODEO I have asked Craig Thompson to investigate the GOCO grant cycle for possible supplemental money for the Rodeo purchase. The twice-a-year grant cycle provides grants up to $175,000 for local government parks and outdoor recreation facilities. Application deadlines are April 2001 and September 2001. Does Town Council wish to pursue this funding source? ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS For your information, I am completing a final review of the Town's new pay and classification plan. I will complete my review this week so the new scales can be implemented on January 1't. The new pay scales have been budgeted in the 2001 proposed budget and will help keep us, in most cases, competitive with labor markets. r.MM to 17 goo 12115/00 Page Two *MEDIA RELATIONS PLAN Per council's request, attached is a proposed Media Relations Plan, as outlined at last week's retreat. Please review and let me know if you have further comments or suggestions for modification. "LOT 7 PARKING REQUEST Attached is a memo from Art Smythe addressing Council's request to allow Town Officials to park in Lot 7. Art recommends that we continue to utilize the existing system, which addresses most situations. Pleas let me know if you want us to pursue this matter further. *Response requested , r.. Report on Northwest Colorado Council of Governments (NWCCOG) Background NWCCOG was established as Colorado Planning and Management Region XII in 1972 by Executive Order of the Governor in response to the Federal Intergovernmental Cooperation Act of 1968. Today, NWCCOG serves a five county region including Eagle, Grand, Jackson, Pitkin, and Summit counties and the towns therein. The purpose of NWCCOG is to be responsive to their members' needs and interests by providing guidance and assistance in information sharing and partnership building, advocating members' interests and needs with local, state, and federal entities, and providing services to their members. The Town of Snowmass Village is the only municipality within Region XII that does not belong. The primary reason for this is, historically, TOSV councils did not see the value relative to costs for membership. Note: Whereas Water Quality/Quantity Committee (QQ) is a committee of NWCCOG, the two have separate identities, with separate boards. QQ purpose is to enable its members to protect and enhance the quality of our regions' waters while facilitating the responsible use of those resources for the good of all Colorado citizens and its environment. QQ monitors water development activities and legislative initiatives that affect water quality or quantity in the basin of origin. The process and findings Council asked staff to assess the cost-benefit to belong to NWCCOG. Phone interviews with existing members (counties and municipalities) were conducted; TOSV management staff was sent a questionnaire about value of relevant services and programs to their departments. Also the agency was interviewed over the phone, and much of their material (surveys and reports) studied. Pro's Con's 1. New Direction 1. Overlap services 2. Region Specific 2. Participation 3. Network Opportunities necessary, mostly 4. Cooperative Research, in Silverthorne Surveys 3. Most departments 5. $1000 mini-grant to see little need TOSV for programs and 6. Attention on services Regionalism 4. Existing member(s) 7 . Board Seat lack of enthusiasm In many cases when member jurisdictions were called, comments . were given under the condition of anonymity. Generally staff found these members to have singular issue interests in belonging to NWCCOG. In some cases staff was left with the impression jurisdictions belong for the sake of belonging to a region specific network, with less attention paid to member programs and services. Throughout this assessment it has become more and more clear that NWCCOG has many different components. Staff' s opinion is that at the root of this agency are its region specific constituency and its attention to `regionalism' philosophy. Whereas Colorado' s governor is currently working on revenue-sharing policy, it would appear NWCCOG is in a strong position to continue to act on behalf of its members with respect to these concepts. Possible Applications The following services are judged to have possible application for the Town of Snowmass Village: a. Elevator Inspection Program b. Water Quality 6 Quantity Committee (QQ) ** c. Smart Growth Grant d. NWCCOG' s focus on Regional Cooperation (i.e. the Revenue Sharing efforts of the state and region) e. Others as individual departments listed ** As mentioned above QQ is a committee under the umbrella of NWCCOG, with its own separate membership fees. That fee is based on a jurisdiction' s water flows. costs for Membership(s) on yearly basis NWCCOG: $4,404.00; based on current population and assessed valuation. ** If one takes into consideration the once a year $1, 000.00 mini-grant to the Town, TOSV dues would currently net out at around $3,400.00. QQ: $2,000.00; based on population and best guess of current water flows. Staff was unable to retrieve water flow information from the local Water and Sanitation District. ** Town can become member of QQ without membership with NWCCOG. Staff Recommendations (Two Options) 1. Join NWCCOG for one year and evaluate at end of that year. Caveat: Participation is absolutely essential to receive full value. This would mean whomever is appointed to their board would have to be completely committed to attend all meetings. 2. Join QQ for one year and evaluate at end of that year, with understanding of furthering relationship with NWCCOG, in order to evaluate the agency at a more personal level. 76 - MEDIA RELATIONS PLAN The following is a plan to establish and maintain positive relations with the press. There are three components to this plan: • Community news page • Executive Sessions • Informal regular meetings with the press Community News Pane - The Snowmass Village Sun has offered regular space in their publication for Community News. Carey Shanks will be point person for this effort and I will offer my support as editor and writer. Initially, I would recommend publication once a month. The article could be entitled News from Town Hall and cover Council actions, community issues, departmental news, and pertinent public messages. I anticipate that all departments would contribute news articles on a regular basis. The format would be factual, not editorial,with a little humor tossed in. The first issue would be in January. Executive Sessions - Executive Sessions have historically drawn attention from the print and broadcast media. There is an inverse correlation between the level of public trust in government and the number of Executive Sessions held by its elected officials. A general rule of thumb is to keep Executive Session topics limited to contracbreal estate negotiations, personnel matters and active litigation. Venturing outside these bounds typically draws protests from the press. Although technically legal, some Executive Session topics can be discussed in open meetings without compromising public interest. If we must hold an Executive Session, I would recommend a briefing with the media immediately following the Executive Session. This can be added to the agenda if you wish. We would cover what was discussed (in general terms) and inform them of any direction given to staff. Ideally, it would be best to provide staff direction at the open meeting, following the Executive Session. All Executive Sessions need to comply with the Municipal Code and State Law, so a recommendation from the Town Attorney is always advisable. Council can take no votes or action during closed-door sessions. Informal Reaular Meetinas —Town Council requested the conduct of regular informal meetings with the print media in order to maintain positive relations. I would recommend that good working relationships with the media could be maintained without this step, by following a few simple guidelines. These guidelines are: • Be accessible. • Be straightforward and open. • Be aware of and respect their deadlines. • Communicate with the reporter or editor if you have a problem. Media Relations Plan Page 2 If Council would like to proceed with regular meetings, I would recommend meeting on Wednesdays (this is a good day for the Sun) no more than once a month. All print media should be invited and the Mayor or Mayor Pro Tern should attend regularly. Participation from Council members should be optional. If more than two Council members attend, the meeting will need to be noticed in advance. Please let me know if you wish to proceed and I will make arrangements. Please let me know if you have comments or further suggestions on any of the above items, Thank you. � XGOP MEMORANDUM Date: December 15, 2000 To: Gary Suiter From: Art Smythe Re: Council Parking/Lot 7 In response to the Council's inquiry about parking in Lot 7,I don't believe that it can be accommodated within the existing program. There are 30 spaces available in Lot 7 for merchant parking and all of them have been"sold" for$500 apiece. This year, six spots became available and were quickly snapped up, leaving two merchants still on the waiting list. I know that Lot 7 appears to be under utilized at times,but it is this consistent availability that the merchants are paying a premium for and have come to expect. Of course, the Council could set aside a couple of spots in the lot for their use next year. However, I would not recommend this,because it would displace current users and would be hard to justify based on need. If Council members or Town employees need to park near the Mall to conduct Town business, they can always call us for a"no ticket request" This is an on-going policy that works well and seems to meet most requirements. _ • 73 - SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 12-04-00 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Jack Hatfield, Arnold Mordkin and Richard Virtue COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Douglas Mercatoris was granted a leave of absence. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Jim Wahistrom, Senior Planner; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; David Peckler, Transportation Manager; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Robert Voigt, Senior Planner; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Rhonda B. Coxon, Deputy Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Scott Smith, John Meckling, Doug Mackenzie, Madeleine Osberger, Carolyn Purvis, Bob Purvis, Don Schuster, David Bellack, Kevin Costello, Bill Kane, Bill Boineau, Deidre Boineau, Bob Fridstein, Richad Wall, John Dresser, George Huggins and other member of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 1:05 P.M. PARCEL "N" OWNERS DISCUSSION Joe Coffey, Housing Manager, and John Meckling, Site Engineer, presented a new drainage plan for the Parcel "N" employee housing site. Meckling explained that this new concept of horizontal drains is the most positive way to remove ground water from the hillside, is a simple process and low cost. He stated that _ 74 _ 12-18-00ws Page 2 the drainage could be installed in February while the equipment is still nearby on the Timbers site. Coffey request that Council consider a policy regarding the handicap units. He reported that a draft budget for the project will be submitted to Town Council on December 18th, 2000. SNOWMASS CLUB P.U.D.. PHASE II DISCUSSION Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner informed Council that some of the items scheduled for discussion at the November 20th, 2000 meeting have been moved to this meeting, and referred to the complete list of discussion items in today's packet. Council discussed issues related to this project and the definitions of major and minor PUDs. Based on the review standards and criteria, Council determined this to be a major PUD project. Other items discussed by Council included height limits, employee housing requirements, parking demands, vehicular access, secondary emergency access, street name change, trails, and Nordic issues and pedestrian circulation. Don Schuster stated that for the record that, the Villas North buildings are 42 feet high, which is higher than allowed for that parcel. Town Council and the applicant choose the name "Club House Drive" for the road located next to the U. S. West building leading to the Water and Sanitation District and the Snowmass Club employee housing. Council requested the applicant supply a "Traffic Impact Analysis" study at the December 11th, 2000 Council Meeting. COUNCIL CANDIDATE INTERVIEWS Council Member Jack Hatfield submitted a letter of resignation effective January 16, 2001. After advertising for the vacancy, the following three candidates submitted applications: Bill Boineau, Kevin Costello and Bob Purvis. Council interviewed the candidates and conducted a secret ballot and announced Bob Purvis as the new Council Member. Purvis's term will began in January of 2001. The Work Session ended at 4:30 p.m. Submitted By: Rhonda B. Coxon, Deputy Town Cleric -- '1S' SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES 12-11-2000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, December 11, 2000 at 7:20 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Jack Hatfield, Richard Virtue, Arnold Mordkin COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Douglas Mercatoris was on an approved leave of absence. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; David Peckler, Transportation Manager; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Robert Voigt, Senior Planner; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: George Huggins, Don Schuster, Gerd VanMoosel, Brent Gardner-Smith, Jim Gustafson, Bill Kane, Lance Burwell, Debbie Dooley, Doug Faurer, Gideon Kaufman, Madeleine Osberger and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. Item No. 2: RESOLUTION NO. 44, SERIES OF 2000 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION LEVYING GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES FOR THE YEAR 2001 TO HELP DEFRAY THE COST OF GOVERNMENT FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO; AND TO PAY GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PRINCIPAL, INTEREST AND RELATED COSTS AND FOR THE TOWN'S ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, FOR THE 2001 BUDGET YEAR Hatfield made a motion to approve Resolution No. 44, Series of 2000, seconded by Virtue. The Finance Director explained that this Resolution represents the last _ 74 loom official step of the Town's Budget process. A Public Hearing was held and the Town Budget was approved on November 11, 2000. She further explained that 12-11-00tc Page 2 the Pitkin County Assessor's office provided a final certification of the Town's assessed values on December 10, 2000, which is the basis for setting the Mill Levy. The Town's Assessed Valuation for the year 2000 is $282M. There being no further discussion, the motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. The Finance Director reported that the Town has received the Distinguished Budget Award from the Government Finance Officers Association for the year 2000, which is the national firm for the United States and Canada. Item No. 3: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Hatfield made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Virtue. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 7:26 p.m. Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk R -- 7 n COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: December 18, 2000 Presented B : Gary Suiter Subject: Council Committees Document Overview: Attached is the revised Council Committee list for Council ratification,as discussed at the December 13, 2000 Council Retreat. Recommendation: Please review and make any necessary changes. s" COUNCIL COMMITTEES 12/15/00 Committees Assignment Notes Aspen Skiing Co Advisory Dick Virtue Committee CAST T. Michael Manchester Meets quarterly Ruedi Water & Power Arnie Mordkin Employee Housing Dick Virtue Committees Bob Purvis Carey Shanks SVRA T. Michael Manchester Arnie Mordkin DouA Mercatoris Nordic Council Staff RTA T. Michael Manchester Bob Purvis (Alternate) Doug Mercatoris Alternate RFRHA Board Hunt Walker, RFTA Board T. Michael Manchester Bob Purvis (Alternate) Doug Mercatoris Alternate EOTC Council Meets every month CORE Carey Shanks Community Fund Doug Mercatoris SVRA Events Committee Arnie Mordkin p:/shared/cle rk/cou ncil.to/com mittees.tc .� 791 _ Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Donna J. Garcia by December 27, 2000 at 5 P.M. Status Report Bullets in Italics have been previously listed December 18, 2000 Town Council / Town Manager Activity/Staff Manager Status Entryway Planning Project ■ Commence Pool discussions. Gary suiter ■ HighlineBrush Creek intersection revisions completed and will be presented to Council 12/20/00. Town Attorne Activity/Staff Manager Status Housin Manager Parcel N.Employee Housing ■ The Development Team is reviewing the plans and Joe Coffey working on a construction budget for Dec. 18'h. ■ Soft costs are being reviewed for the new construction budget. 1 Finance Activity/Staff Manager Status Web Page Enhancement ■ Added Quick Links to main page. Nick Tucker ■ Council minutes, agendas, etc. are working and current. ■ New interface being designed. ■ Preparing documents for microfilming and storage. ■ Awaiting final input from Community Development and the Police Department to prepare for De3sign BID for web page. Public Safefty .fManager Status Public Works Manager BRUSH CREEK CORRIDOR ■ The final report is ready to be adopted by both the TRANPORTATION STUDY Town Council and Pitkin County. Hunt Walker —W ■ �� 2 Town Clerk Activity/Staff Manager Status Communi Develo men* De artment Activity/Staff Manager Status Communi tIVI Enhancement Projects Activity/Staff Manager Status Brush Creek ■ After survey is completed, the Planning staff will Bernadette Barthelenghi complete a planting and park design for next year. ■ Working on a Wetland plant contract and plant list for the Seasons 4 area. ■ As-built delayed once again by surveyor. ■ I met with the Ski Co. and Design Workshop about the Golf Course project and will discuss further with Town Council at the RETT Fund Work Session. ■ Draft NPS Report will be turned in to me for Final Review on 12/15/00. I? 3 BRUSH CREEK AT Woodbridge ■ Some re-vegetation &seeding will be done this Bernadette Barthelenghi month on bare areas and steep slopes. ■ Getting a plant-grow contract together to grow flowering natives for this area. Refining the t list and prices. ■ I will be meeting with William Walsh PHD to discuss his recommendation. ■ DVS Study needs to be completed for Brush Creek. I am researching this as of 12/11/00. Plans & PoficX Develo ment Activity/Staff Manager Brush Creek/Benedict Trail ■ I received proposals for the Lower Mall Planning Bernadette Barthelenghi effort and selected a Denver Firm; because the Detention Pond has to be so large we will look at creating a series of ponds to catch the sediments all the way down the New Mall Greenway. ■ Storm drainage plan for Detention Pond has been ordered. This will determine new pond size and location. Met with Dean Gordon on 12/11/00. ■ We will look at Eco-Friendly water solutions that have been done within the last few years. Two conceptual designs will be presented to Town Council for their review and selection around Janu /Feb Greenway Master Plan ■ Staff has received printed copies for Planning Bernadette Barthelenghi Commission from consultant and will forward for review next agenda o enin . MM. 8'3 gap 4 Trails Planning ■ Staff set up a meeting with Wildlife officials to Bernadette Barthelenghi discuss trail closures on Nov. 21s` Trails Committee meeting. Staff will make a recommendation to Town Council for Wildlife closures as a result of the meeting. ■ Working with Ski Co. mapping a Trails Master Plan. Still working with the Trails Committee on a project list for next year. ■ Still working on GIS Map layers with Ski Co. ■ I will review the Highline Road Trail Design with the Trails Committee and schedule a field visit to the olf course to review on site conditions. TOWN WEB PAGE STRATEGY ■ Assessment of existing web presence complete. Robert J. Voigr ■ Working on proposal to receive funding from AOL for future web initiatives. ■ "Storyboard"of proposed additions and modification com lete by December 18a'. Ma'or Develo ment Review U date Project / Manager Update Seven Star Ranch ■ Extension granted to February F; 2001. Gary Suiter/Steve Connor SNOWMASS CENTER IN Applicant considering amending application. EXPANSION SKETCH PLAN ■ Anticipate new application in January. Chris Conrad mom 5 Minor Develo ment Review Update Project / Manager Update DROSTE RANCH COUNTY ■ Reviewing referral for subsequent comments in REFERRAL association with Conservation Easement and Brush Jim Wahistrom Creek corridor transportation study. Subdivision Exemption Lot 1, ■ To condominiumize existing duplex plus caretakers Ridge Run Unit I quarters. Chris Conrad ■ Scheduled for January 15, 2001. Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance Project Manager Update LOT 68,WOODRUN I ■ Building height constant outside envelope. ASC, DIVIDE LOT 44 ■ Tabled to 41212000 ASC,SNOWMOBILE TOURS ■ ATUP, PC recommended a roval 12/18/00. Enforcement UiDdate Project / Manager Update Signs at the Mail ■ Photographed signs at the Mall. Jim Wahisrom ■ Evaluating against comprehensive sign,plans, and codes. ■ Will photograph potential of more signage after ski season begins (December/January). wwwwo g� 6 Pending U date Project Manager. Update, Trans ortation Project / Manager Update HIRING WINTER STAFF FOR ■ Continuing to run Ads in local papers and on the BUS SYSTEM Internet. David Peckler Project Update Coordination-Gary Sutter 923-3777 exi.206 Public Works-Hunt Walker 923.5110 Housing-Joe Coffey 923-2360 Community Development-Thompson/Conrad/Rarthelenghi/Ellis/StahmanIGount/McIntire 923-5524 Town Clerk -Trudl Worline 913.3777 Finance-Marianne Rakowski 923-3796 Police Chief-Art Smythe 913.5330 i QO 7 ` 000 Packet Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 - 2:00 P.M. T.C.W.S. - 4:00 P.M. T.C. Mtg. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 - 2:00 P.M. - 5:00 EOTC - 8:00-4:30 - 4:00 SVHOA - 6:00 P.M. T.C.W.S. Aspen Council Council Retreat Annual Mtg. Town Holiday Chambers @ Conference Party @ the Center Conference Center 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 - 2:00 P.M. - 9:00—4:00 T.C.W.S. T.C.W.S.on Transportation& - 4:00 P.M. REST T.C. Mtg. T.C.Chambers 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Christmas Holiday r 31 g7 111 • • 11 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 New Years Day - 2:00 P.M. T.C.W.S. - 4:00 P.M. C T.C.Mtg. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 - 2:00 P.M. - EOTC 7 T.C.W.S. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 - 2:00 P.M. T.C.W.S. -4:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 raj TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 28 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NO. 1, SERIES OF 2000 AND ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES THEREUNDER. WHEREAS, Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 was approved by the electors of the Town on November 7, 2000; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desires to specify the manner in which the Initiative Ordinance will be codified in the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS,the Town Council has determined that interpretations must be provided and procedures must be established for the orderly and efficient implementation of the Initiative Ordinance; and WHEREAS,the Town Council finds that this Ordinance must be adopted to facilitate efficient operation of the Town government and to insure the proper and prudent expenditure of public funds; 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. Codification. Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 is herebycodified in the Municipal Code as Chapter 4, Article VI, as follows: ARTICLE VI Project Spending Limitation Sec. 6-1 Purpose. Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 was approved by the electors of the Town on November 7, 2000. The provisions of this Article are effective prospectively after November 7, 2000. Sec.6-2 Definitions. The following definitions are established for application in this Article: (2) Money means money from any source and of any type. Ordinance No. 28, Series of 2000 Page 2 (3) Project spending limitation during a current year is forty percent(40%)of the latest available years' audited total of general revenue of the Town. (4) Project means the total of any activity or group of activities, which are properly, usually, or best planned or executed together to achieve an objective or related objectives. Sec. 6-3 Project Limitation. The Town shall not implement, approve, institute, or contract any project or obligate itself in any way to any project within the Town or to be paid for by the Town, which requires an expenditure of money in excess of the project spending limitation without a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project. 2. Implementation Provisions. To implement the provisions of Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000, the following sections are hereby added to Chapter 4, Article VI of the Municipal Code, as follows: Sec. 6-2 Definitions. The following definition is established for application in this Article: (1) Audited total of general revenue of the Town is the Total Revenue and Other Financing Sources of the Town as described in the independent audit at the end of each fiscal year, less the proceeds of bond issuance. Until the independent audit for a fiscal year has been completed and accepted by the Town Treasurer, the most recent audit shall be utilized to determine the audited total of general revenue of the Town. Sec. 6-4 Project Evaluation. The Town is authorized to analyze, consider, design, plan, review, obtain approvals for a project required by other provisions of the this Code,and to expend money in furtherance thereof for a project that is subject to the provisions of Sec. 6-3 without a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project. Sec. 6-5 Project Approval Election. Prior to the entrance into a contract, joint venture or other irrevocable obligation for the acquisition,construction or equipping of a project that is subject to the provisions of Sec. 6-3, the Town Council shall cause a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project at a regular or special election. Nothing contained herein shall prevent Ordinance No. 28, Series of 2000 Page 3 the question presented to the electors from being consolidated in a question within the meaning of the provisions of Article X Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution. Sec. 6-6 Project Construction. Upon the electors approval of the project and the money for the project at the project approval election, the Town Council may proceed to acquire,construct and equip the project without further application of the provisions of this Article. In the event that the electors do not approve the project and the money for the project at the project approval election, the Town Council may continue to evaluate, modify or redesign the project within the meaning of Sec. 6-4. Sec. 6-7 Penalty. The provisions of Sec. 1-72 and Sec. 1-78 shall not apply to violations of this Article. The sole remedy for the enforcement of the provisions of this Article shall be a proceeding brought under the provisions of Rule 106(x)(4)of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure. 3. Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ,APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of theTown of Snowmass Village on First Reading on December 4, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of 4 in favor and 0 against, Council Member Mercatoris absent with prior authorization. Ordinance No. 28, Series of 2000 Page 4 READ,APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on December 18, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member ,the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of_in favor and _ against, Council Member Mercatoris absent with prior authorization. TOWN OF SNOWMASS.VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Snowmass Club Phase II Community purpose • Nordic Trail license • Nordic building pad • Brush Creek Improvements • Trail easement from Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle • Chapel/Community Center Land Exchange • Golf Course Improvements • Right of Way at Brush Creek/Highline intersection • Additional trail easements 'I QLjo CoUnc �� SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL P#*CF4t00 7p WORK SESSION 12-20-2000 qovm� 9:00 A.M. — 1:00 P.M. TRANSPORTATION ISSUES -- Mayor Manchester/Town Staff. . . . .Page 1 (Tab 1) 1:00 P.M. — 5:00 P.M. REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX (RETT) PROJECTS -- Bernadette Barthelenghi. . . . . . . . .Page 20 (Tab 2) NOTE: ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION MEETING AGENDA 9:00 AM,WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER 20,2000 I. Introduction II. Traffic a. LOS Explanation b. Brush Creek Road c. Owl Creek Road d. Intersections III. Parking a. Distribution of Spaces b. Permit System IV. Transit a. Village Shuttle b. RTA (RFTA)Regional c. RTA (RFTA) Skier V. Base Village and Beyond VI. Mall Transit Facility VII. Brush Creek/Highline Intersection Design Attachments: 1. Review of Transportation Issues 2. Synopsis of Transportation Studies and Actions - 10 ATPACHMENT NO. 1 Council Meeting- December 20, 2000 Review of Transportation Issues General Introduction: There are three fundamental components of traffic demand management (TDM) in Snowmass that are interrelated and sensitive to changes in each other. They are traffic volume, parking, and mass transit. Decisions to date regarding these components are an evolution of TDM measures that were begun in 1979. In the last few years the Council's decisions reflects their efforts to deal with increasing traffic volumes within the community and the proposed expansion of the ski area from 10,000 skiers at one time (SAOT)to 13,500 SAOT. Pedestrian and bicycle mobility to bus stops and activity centers should be mentioned as important transportation components. They are relative to these three categories, but they should be address by the trails committee. TRAFFIC: The traffic volume on the roadways and delays at intersections are probably the most visible sign of the success or failure of the TDM measures in keeping up with development and ski area expansion. In 1978-79 parking was overflowing onto the roadways and the bumper-to-bumper traffic on Brush Creek Road (BCR)between Wood Road (WR) and Owl Creek Road (OCR) was often considered unacceptable. The Rodeo parking lot, parking permit system and the Village Shuttle were created to reduce and manage this congestion to improve the quality of life for the community. In the early 1990s, with the submission of the ski area master plan for Snowmass, numerous groups and Councils attempted to define and set the acceptable limit for traffic in the community. Also, they all agreed on a two-lane, rural character as the design standard for BCR. The rural character of BCR was also identified as an asset in the 1992 BTA Conceptual Plan, "A Road, A Creek, and A Community In Maturation." On BCR where the wooden skier bridge crosses the road,just above Faraway Road, the community began monitoring the roadway traffic volume with traffic counters at a point called"Control." The community wished to establish a low traffic volume for the roadway to preserve its rural character, which results in a higher grading of the level of service (LOS). Council established LOS C as the standard for the Town's roadways. LOS C was defined in the Master Plan as 1,075 vehicle trips in the peak hour at Control for general daily traffic, and that no more then ten days during the peak periods should reach a high of 1,250 peak hour trips. With the adoption of the Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan) in 1999 came a new measure of LOS C, defined as 925 one-way vehicle trips in the peak hour at Control. The Comp Plan also established a LOS C for turning movements at intersections, defined as a delay at the intersection of 15-25 seconds. The Highline, WR and OCR intersections with BCR will require improvements in the future. The Town and Pitkin County began the"Brush Creek Corridor Transportation Study" in 1999. The study used information from the Comp Plan and the Aspen Corridor Investment Study to project growth for the region. The resulting traffic projections for BCR in the year 2020 put the roadway during the winter at LOS E and the intersections at LOS F. The report recommended improvements to transit alternatives to help reduce the traffic congestion. A corridor was defined that could accommodate some future form of transit technology. amp PARKING: Snowmass began managing parking back in 1979. This was the beginning of the Rodeo park-and-ride lot, transit service and the permit parking system. At present there is a self-imposed cap on public parking spaces within the Village of 2,250 spaces, to help manage traffic volume within the community. Today the parking spaces are allocated as follows: 1,000 parking spaces in the Mall lots, 460 in the Base Area lettered lots, 390 at Two Creeks and 400 in the Rodeo lot. In the Burnt Mountain submission ordinance, 640 spaces of the total allocated parking are to be for day visitors; of which 450 are to be at base lifts, with 200 in the Town Core area. The Comp Plan recommended a shifting of parking in the future, moving day visitor parking towards the entrance of the community (Rodeo lot and Two Creeks lots)to help relieve future traffic congestion. The recommended future parking distribution was: 1,200 parking spaces in the Town Core lots, 400 at Two Creeks and 650 at the Rodeo lot. Any parking plan for the community must do more than control the access to parking in Snowmass. It must also distribute the parking over all the available parking lots. For example, employee parking is still allowed in the farthest lots from the Mall, lots 1-3 and 10-13 because they are the least desirable parking for customers of the Mall. If access to parking is restricted in the future because of increased traffic volume, then the accommodation of transit alternatives should be considered in existing and/or future development, for both residents and employees. 1. A review of the graphs for"1996/97—Average of Seven Surveys With Counts Over 1,700" provides a snapshot of the management goals of the parking plan today. The distribution is effective over the Town Core lots. The surplus in parking spaces is located in the fringe lots of the Town Core, the Rodeo lot and the Two Creeks lots. If you want to make changes to the existing permit system, the changes must be well thought out. Changes can lead to what we call the"balloon effect." If you want to squeeze the balloon in one place"Let's move all the employees to the Rodeo lot," you will cause the balloon to bulge out elsewhere. Moving 274 employee cars to the Rodeo lot will displace 176 of the cars already parking there for free. 2. The TDM plans for the future, as staff sees it, will be to continue ratcheting up permit prices and controlling the permits access to specific lots. The goal continues to be to distribute parking throughout the community, provide "equitable and equal" access to the ski area and reduce traffic in the Town Core. Employees and resident-employees can make their transportation and parking decisions based on their need by allowing access to remote lots. It is not necessary at this time to force them into one solution through legislation. With the construction of Base Village, relocation of mostly Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) employees parking in the Base lots A-C will need to be addressed. This will most likely require an increase in usage and service to an improved Rodeo lot. Parking in the lower Numbered lots 1 through 6 are already at their effective capacity. It will not be possible to relocate the 75 mountain employees to lots 1 through 6. ,3- TRANSIT: There are two organizations that provide public mass transit to the community. It should also be noted that numerous lodges and private services are providing transportation as well. The Village Shuttle provides local service within the Town, operating eight routes during the winter season. Regional service is provided by RFTA, which is restructuring as a new Rural Transportation Authority(RTA), which has two components: regional service for valley residents including enhanced night service between Snowmass and Aspen, and the Free Skier Shuttle providing service for skiers between various resorts, mainly Snowmass and Aspen during the day. It should be noted that transit service is not cheap, and is labor dependent. Both organizations strive to provide service that is cost efficient and effective. The efficiency of a service route is generally presented in a"Cost Allocation Model" that breaks down the service into several costs called"Marginal Cost Per Mile," "Marginal Cost Per Hour" and"Fixed Cost Per Hour."Marginal Cost Per Mile includes operational expenses that relate to the operation of the vehicle: fuel, insurance and repairs for example. Marginal Cost Per Hour relates to costs associated with labor to operate the vehicle, such as wages, benefits and uniforms for example. Fixed Cost Per Hour address the administration and facility costs that are not variable with the amount of service provided, such as maintaining facilities and administration. Three of the measures of efficiency are"cost per passenger," "passengers per hour" and "passengers per mile." In assessing the viability of a service route you need to weigh the cost of the service against the benefits to the community: in reduced traffic, diminished parking demand and increased mobility for people. VILLAGE SHUTTLE: In 1998 the Village Shuttle carried a peak of 801,787 passengers over 470,079 miles(1.71 pass/mile)in 38,152 hours (21 pass/hour.) 1998 was our peak year before two bad winters. The cost of the service was $1,494,965 in operating costs and $463,789 in capital reserves (total cost of$2.44 per passenger.) There are currently eight different service routes in the Village, and nine when Two Creeks is a paid parking lot. Route#4 serves the Rodeo lot as a free park-and-ride option to day visitors. The other routes provide service between residential developments and activity centers. We try to structure our service for a successful winter season of roughly 5,000 passengers per day. We also structure the shifts so that extra service can be put in or pulled out without altering the service described in published route maps. The seven routes serving the residential areas were created to serve areas of higher density: multi-family developments, employee housing and single-family developments with a more permanent, transit oriented population. RFTA: RFTA entire service in 1998 carried 3,696,104 passengers. The service to Snowmass carried 326,938 passengers(at roughly 17 passengers/hour, I passenger/mile and at a cost, less revenues, of$1.23/passenger.) The Ski Company's Free Skier service to Snowmass carried 409,000 passengers. In the winter the Valley services carry about 2,100 passengers a day to and from Snowmass, and the skier shuttle carries roughly 3,700 passengers to and from Snowmass. That means that every day in the winter roughly 1,000 employees and/or guests and 1,650 skiers are using regional mass transit. p,TTAMENT NO. 2 A SYNOPSIS OF THE MAJOR TRANSPORTATION STUDIES AND ACTIONS IN SNOWMASS VILLAGE DURING THE 1990'S TRANSPORTATION DIVISION NOVEMBER 28,2000 April 1992—Community Design Concept Plan: This document made a strong statement that the"Center" of the community should be considered the Mall, Base Village and the Snowmass Center. "No single geographic area, including the Mall, Base Village, or the Snowmass Center can meet all resort community needs. These separate areas, each now having a unique identity, should be functionally consolidated into a single, identifiable area to be know as the `Town Center.' Operating together, they should form the heart of Snowmass Village." Such a concept involves the review of the parking components in the core of the Village. This concept also renewed interest in a "people mover"that could connect the three future commercial areas. May 1992—BTA Conceptual Plan: A Road, a Creek, and a Community in Maturation: As a result of the community planning process, the BTA Conceptual Plan was guided by three community values: • We care deeply about the environment in which we are fortunate to live, work and recreate. • We are a hospitality based resort and community. • We want to retain an aesthetic appearance that represents the pioneering spirit that brought the first settlers here. The plan pointed out that the road was the"most public cultural artifact of this town," and that the creek had been buried as much by neglect as by the road and culverts. This plan was adopted by the Town Council and defines the commitment to the preservation of the rural, two-lane configuration of Brush Creek Road. November 1992—Transportation Committee,Recommendations for Parking, Transit and Traffic in Snowmass Village, Final Report: This report used the same information for the Forest Service review of the Snowmass Ski Area Master Plan, and laid the groundwork for the amendment to the Town's Master Plan in 1993. The report projected the impacts of the community at build-out on the road and parking facilities. The group was unable to agree on a specific build-out"scenario,"but agreed that unlimited vehicular traffic (specifically skier)would jeopardize the resort's quality of life. The committee's conclusions are listed below, and have been condensed: • "... the aesthetic value of Brush Creek Road in its present two lane configuration ... cannot be overstated." "The ability to enter and leave Snowmass Village by way of a two-lane road, rural in character, with abundant scenic vistas, is a valuable resource..." • "If the existing capacity(of Brush Creek Road)is not increased ... it follows that not all day skiers arriving in private vehicles can or should be accommodated with a place to park on certain peak days." dp • "Snowmass Village will not accommodate automobile traffic in excess of acceptable road capacity." • Look to extend transit services ... as opposed to building parking structures. • Consider the relocation of the entry booths below the intersection of Highline Road and Brush Creek Road intersection. • Provide incentives for employers and employees to park in remote parking areas. • "Construction of a Mall parking structure solely to provide increased parking capacity is premature at this time. This scenario should be reserved until need is assessed relative to Base Village and additional demand due to recreational facility expansion, including ski area, ice rink, and aquatic facility is better understood. However, the parking structure is viewed as a positive project by the group due to its proximity to the Mall retail, two major hotels, and the conference center, plus its potential summer uses and the ability to access the parking without traveling Snowmelt Road." • Balance parking demand between the Rodeo and Base Village through review of the parking controls to prevent overcrowding of either one. • "The greatest impact on traffic generation is not from day skiers, but by development within the community." 1993 —Ordinance#15,Amendment to the Master Plan, Snowmass Village Parking, Transit and Traffic Management Plan: This plan defined the need for a balance between the economic well being of the community, which is reliant on attracting tourists and visitors, and the preservation of an acceptable quality of life for the community and resort. It set seven Goals to guide decisions to achieve this balance, which are condensed: 1. "Preserve scenic and rural qualities;" 2. "Maintain acceptable levels of air quality;" 3. Limit traffic congestion and provide alternative modes of transportation; 4. "Further hospitality, resort based values of the community;" 5. Provide acceptable levels of safety for all transportation networks; 6. Minimize concrete and asphalt road improvements, without compromising safety; 7. Encourage the use of alternative modes of transportation." Objectives were set to address these goals, which are condensed: • Limit traffic congestion through the control of the public and private parking supply. • Provide equal and equitable access to Federal lands in the parking program. • Standardize the management of parking areas used for public access. • Provide information on parking conditions and transit alternatives during peaks. Close the community to day parking when the parking capacity is reached. • Expand quality regional and local transit services and facilities, 00(1�0 • Design safe and aesthetic roadways, • Address facilities for freight delivery, • Promote ski-in and ski-out access to reduce traffic congestion. Roadway design was described is this ordinance, setting a two lane rural design as the standard. The level of service (LOS)for Brush Creek Road was set in this document at a peak hour traffic volume of 1,075 in the off peak period, and ten days in the peak of 1,250 peak hour trips. Daily traffic volume for Owl Creek Road in the winter was set at 330 vehicle trips in the peak hour. Parking in the Village for public purposes at the Mall,Rodeo and base areas was set at a maximum of 2,150 parking spaces. The ordinance tried to address the impacts of a parking lot in the Two Creeks area and the resulting traffic impacts. The ordinance was striving to consolidate the"public parking" (whether privately of publicly owned) under one management for consistency. A number of permit changes were proposed to balance parking distribution, its use, and control traffic volumes. It discussed relocation of the entry booths to a point before the Highline Road intersection if Two Creeks were built as a portal. It also directed that when the parking areas were full, late arriving day visitors would not be allowed to park in the Village. Transit improvements and route changes for a new portal at Two Creeks were addressed. Regional day skier service would need to be increased, as well as regional commuter service. Local transit services would need to expand to keep pace with development. Local service routes would change with the development of Two Creeks. 1994 - Ordinance# 9 Approval of the Ski Area Expansion SPA Plan: Many of the conditions in the ordinance concerning transportation issues echoed the statements in the amendment to the Master Plan. • Parking: The cap on public parking spaces was restated as 2,150. Parking at Two Creeks was not to increase traffic on the county portion of Owl Creek Road. Although the parking areas may be privately owned, the Council believed that "the Town Council must retain management and enforcement controls. The applicant wanted 640 parking spaces for skiers. Of that total, 450 were to be paid parking spaces, of which 250 would be in Base Village and 200 in East Village. Council agreed as long as traffic congestion was not an issue. The Council agreed that they would try to attain an 85%utilization rate of the paid public parking areas through the day permit pricing. Information devises to communicate the parking situation in Snowmass were to be installed near Highway 82 and on Brush Creek road before Highline Road. • Transit: The ordinance established a contribution by the ASC to the Town to mitigate the Town's expenses for transit services. The ordinance outlined regional and local service expansion to be implemented with the construction of Two Creeks. . .7 - 1999— Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan: The Comp. Plan again stated that the Town Core should be considered made up of the Mall, Base Village and the Snowmass Center. There was a preference to consolidate the Town Core with convenient transit options, and incorporate local and regional services that would accommodate the future development envisioned here. The plan's transportation section had nine directives for addressing traffic, parking and transit issues: • "Make land use decisions which result in a reduction of automobile traffic, better use of transit, more effective parking management, and more linkage of pedestrian/bicycle trails. Public transit service and access to transit will be required of all future development. Impact assessments on development should cover both capital and operating costs. Make sure new development provides for future transportation alternatives." • "Maintain Level of Service(LOS) "C" on roadways and at intersections. The Town's objective is to maintain free flow conditions at the prevailing posted speed." • "Increase mass transit use in the Brush Creek Corridor to cut down on individual automobile use. Plan for future transportation technologies in the Brush Creek Corridor." • "Maintain Brush Creek Road as the primary entry into Snowmass Village. Maintain the rural image and character of Brush Creek Road from SH 82 to the Town Core. Consider slow moving vehicle lanes to improve safety and efficiency on Brush Creek Road from Highway 82 to the Rodeo/Entryway area." • "Implement travel demand management techniques such as variable parking fees when LOS "C" is exceeded. Minimize vehicle use by providing effective transit, intercept parking, traffic demand management, enhance pedestrian and bicycle opportunities." • "Develop a fully integrated trail, bike and pedestrian system for summer and winter use. Connect to regional trail systems." • "Maintain the Owl Creek Road as a secondary access corridor and a scenic connection to Aspen. Minimize alignment and grade changes. Make surface improvements only as necessary for emergency access and user safety. Manage the amount of vehicle trips during wildlife migration periods." • "Maintain a total of 2,250 spaces for public parking: with 1,200 spaces in the Town Core, 400 spaces at Two Creeks and 650 spaces at the Rodeo. Make all the spaces at Two Creeks and the Rodeo available for day skier parking: and limit 200 of the 1,200 spaces in the Town Core to day skier parking." • "Work with other transit entities to provide an integrated mass transit system for the Roaring Fork Region." i1 A Recommendations for the future were based on growth projections within the document. Although traffic traveling on Brush Creek Road may continue to experience a LOS close to"C," turning movements at key intersections, such as Brush Creek Road and Owl Creek Road, would fall below a LOS "C." the following areas for improvement were recommended. Traffic and Roadways: Projected growth would increase vehicle trips on Brush Creek Road at the Woodbridge pedestrian bridge to 14,100 vehicle trips per day. A new measure of traffic LOS at level "C" was set at "925 vehicles per hour in one direction." Intersection improvements were deemed necessary because turning movements at key intersections were becoming compromised. Stoplights were considered inappropriate, and modern roundabouts where suggested as an alternative. To mitigate the projected growth in traffic volume in the Town Core, it was recommended that day visitor parking be directed to the Two Creeks and Rodeo parking lots. Parking: The plan suggested increasing the public parking in the Village to 2,250 spaces. The distribution of these parking spaces was: 1,200 spaces in the Town Core, 400 spaces at Two Creeks and 650 spaces at the Rodeo grounds. This reflects the recommendation to move traffic away for the Town Core by moving day parking to the Two Creeks and Rodeo parking lots. The plan did approve 200 day parking spaces in the Town Core. Transit: The plan suggested linking the Mall, Base Village and the Snowmass Center by improving or developing passenger facilities at these locations that "increase the effectiveness and attractiveness of transit." Preliminary information on space requirements for all major transit locations were provided. New submissions were to encourage transit use by"incorporating common parking areas, consolidate access and transit stops and provide public pedestrian walkways to bus stops." Long Range Transit Plan: Beyond the year 2020, it will not be possible to build enough roads or houses to meet demand. Other transit technologies may be needed to provide access to Snowmass Village. The plan recommended acquiring a right-of-way corridor/easement along Brush Creek Road to accommodate future technologies between Highway 82 and the Town Core. Commercial Delivery: Improvements needed to be made in the Mall area, and future developments need to adequately provide for their commercial delivery. Pedestrian Linkages: Pedestrian linkages between activity centers, transit stations and stops were viewed as important to the success of the transportation plan. The Town Core should be viewed as a pedestrian district, that can include sidewalks, bridges and people movers. Transportation Demand Management: The town's existing program should be strengthened and further developed, focusing on: • Parking price controls • Flexible work schedules for employees • Flexible skier options that spread trips to off peak hours. • Use the proposed gondola to Cafe Suzanne to return skiers to the Two Creeks parking lots. • Enhance park and ride facilities and service. 2000 Brush Creek Corridor Transportation Study: Since a Corridor Investment Study(CIS)was being developed for the Roaring Fork Valley from Aspen to Glenwood, the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC)in 1999 decided to commission a similar study for the Brush Creek Road corridor. The purpose of the study was to forecast traffic volumes for Brush Creek Road in the year 2020, determine potential impacts on traffic and transit, and recommend possible solutions. Listed below are the significant findings and recommendations: Findings: 1. There will be significant congestion problems on Brush Creek Road during the afternoon peak hour. Brush Creek Road will operate at a Level of Service (LOS) E, and the Wood Road/Brush Creek Road and Owl Creek Road/Brush Creek Road Intersections will operate at a LOS F. 2. A two lane Brush Creek Road will not handle future traffic volumes. 3. A passing lane on Brush Creek Road from Highway 82 (HW 82) to the Rodeo Lot would create additional capacity on lower Brush Creek Road. 4. Limiting automobile traffic above HW 82 to today's levels by creating an additional 1200 parking spaces at the Brush Creek/HW 82 Transit Center would mitigate traffic congestion on Brush Creek Road, or 5. Limiting automobile traffic above Highline Road to today's levels by creating an additional 1000 parking spaces at the Rodeo Lot would mitigate traffic congestion on Brush Creek Road above the Rodeo Lot. 6. Buses are the preferred mode of mass transit for the foreseeable future. 7. By 2020 the bus system could become inefficient because of delays due to traffic congestion. 8. Providing for a Fixed Guideway Mass Transit Corridor from HW 82 to the Mall and the Two Creeks Parking Lot would preserve future mass transit options. 9. Creating a trail system in the Brush Creek Valley would provide for non- motorized transportation alternatives. Recommendations: I. Instead of widening Brush Creek Road, develop additional parking spaces at Highway 82 or the Rodeo Lot on an as needed basis. Additional buses will be needed to implement this plan. 2. Through parking pricing, increased transit service, and other Transportation Demand Management (TDM)practices limit traffic on Brush Creek Road to today's levels. 3. Adopt a Fixed Guideway Corridor up to the Rodeo Lot, and preserve the corridor through the Pitkin County land use process. 4. Once traffic congestion is intolerable at the Owl Creek Road/Brush Creek Road Intersection be ready to construct a roundabout. 5. Create a multipurpose trail along Brush Creek Road from HW 82 to the Rodeo Lot. 40 ' APPENDIX FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION MEETING AGENDA 9:00 AM,WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER 20, 2000 Traffic- • Description of Level of Services • Total Traffic Volume (Average Daily Traffic, ADT) for Brush Creek Road One Way(East, Outbound)PM Peak Hour Traffic • 2020 Forecast of PM Peak Hour LOS Parking- • 1996/97 Parking Survey • 1996/97 Design Day Parking Transit- • Cost Allocation Model for 2001 • Route Map (See inside pocket of your notebook) Note: For a comprehensive understanding of transportation issues read Chapter 7 of the Comprehensive Plan. do Traffic Operations Analysis Table 8 Description of Level of Service Level of Description of Condition Service Roadway Unsi nalized Intersection A Vehicles operate under free-flow conditions with The intersection operates with very low virtually no impedances;High levels of physical and delay,up to 5 seconds per vehicle for the psychological comfort for the driver;Vehicle density is unsignalized intersections. less than 10 cars/mile(26 car.len ths). B Slightly less than ideal operating conditions with free- Operations at the intersection are flow speeds maintained;Driver comfort is still high; characterized by delays from 6 seconds up to Vehicle density is about 18 cars/mile(I8 car lengths). 10 seconds for an Unsi nalized intersection. C Free-Flow speed is noticeably reduced;Driver comfort Vehicles may be delayed from I I to 20 is reduced;Minor incidents are absorbed by the seconds for an unsignalized intersection. system,but queues will form behind major blockages; Vehicle density is about 24 cars/mile(I I car lengths). D Speeds begin to slow with increasing volume;System The intersection operates with delays is becoming unstable with increased volumes and between 21 and 30 seconds per vehicle for minor incidents create queuing and delays;Driver unsignalized intersections. comfort is noticeably reduced;Vehicle density is about 32 cars/mile(9 car lengths). E System is operating at capacity and has become Delay at the unsignalized intersection is unstable;Any incident in the traffic flow creates a approaching 30 to 45 seconds per vehicle sa wave of disruption that propagates upstream;Queuing This LOS indicates that the intersection has and delays are not dissipated because there are no reached the maximum capacity of vehicles a#t usable gaps in the traffic stream;Driver comfort levels that the intersection can accommodate. are extremely poor; Vehicle density is up to 44 cars/mile 6 car lengths). F A complete breakdown in the flow of traffic;Traffic Operations of the intersection have failed. flows into the system are greater than flows out of the Delay at the unsignalized intersection is _. system; Driver frustration is high;Vehicle density is greater than 45 seconds. This situation is - 'bumper to bumper". characterized by the arrival of more vehicles at the intersection than the intersection can handle.This level is considered unacceptable Sf° by most drivers. k. r� t�. �z Brush Creek Corridor Transportation Study 17 otak i TRANSPORTATION DIVISION TRAFFIC COUNTS I.TOTAL TRAFFIC VOLUME(ADT)FOR BRUSH CREEK ROAD BRUSH CREEK RD.O HIGHLINE RD. BRUSH CREEK RD.O CONTROL am 7/98 199f/99 1992100 20-Dec 8,521 8170 8 582 7494 5,565 7,794 10.731 10.696 9,950 9,823 7,448 9,779 21-Dec 8 543 7 372 6 805 7,542 8 025 107% 8 971 8 784 10,419 10,088 22-Dec 8,6811 8 401 6 713 8 457 8,355 10 821 10 819 8 172 11450 11,024 10,417 23-Dec 8 503 7 389 8660 8,337 10.872 10128 10 517 11,339 10,83 24-Dec 7,047 6 652 8 857 8 216 7250 9,830 9 575 11 149 11601 11,019 10,295- 25-Dec 5,686 5 609 6 320 5 771 4,8033 8,O03 8 058 7980 7 946 7,400 6 877 26-Dec 8 582 8 645 9 559 8 597 6,565 11624 11921 11,095 9,17 27-Dec 9,716 9 387 10 395 8 654 I 470 1 705 11873 10,405 28-Dec 1 9,9861 9,2711 10,044 1 8 106 1 501 12 507 11225 12,813 29-Dec 9,8W 1 9.694 1 8.664 1 9,649 9,465 13 010 10 913 13 171 13,392 12 394 30-Dec 9.267 1 7.778 1 10,974 1 10.236 1 1 9,834 1 1 10 597 13 273 13 882 13,732 12,810 31-Dec 7,840 6.647 1 10.887 1 10.146 1 1 8,815 9.508 13.434 14,241 13,286 12 400 01.3an 7,049 6.446 N9,15sq .569 183 6,607 8,875 10,825 11,351 10 250 8,8 02-Jan 8 051 663 6,878 13 018 1Z894 10,365 9089 03-Jan 020 7,607 10,545 10,327 8,466 9,591 043an 8,170 945 7,151 10 801 8 850 9,727 8 786 23•Feb NA 916 10,382 6,178 9,828 9,762 24-Feb 055 10,852 _ 9,908 10-367 9,92-1 25-Feb 015 11209 9 947 9,993 1o,%-8 26-Feb 589 8,738 10,456 10,530 27-Feb 8 997 10,952- 10,758 28-Feb 8,473 9 569 10,540 11 318 8,1678 01-Mar 8,015 9,916 7 672 8.147 9,747 10,441 9 530 9,69 02-Mar 8,496 7 838 8449 8,243 10.424 10,664 10,531 9 607 03-Mar 1 8,7841 8 260 8569 8.768 1 10,493 8 865 10,495 10,418 04-Mar 8.097 1 8 562 7 660 8 532 8,948 9 Z 10 016 9,385 10,636 10,859 05-Mar 6,571 9 878 8 961 9183 7.102 8 8 999 10,878 10,783 9064 06-Mar 7,210 30 017 8w 9 004 8,567 9 077 9 289 10,367 10 719 10 517 07-Mar 8 822 10 220 8 658 72W 8,906 10 047 SO 459 9 133 10 813 08-Mar 9 288 10 508 8 602 8 114 8,986 10 472 10 730 10 052 10 293 10 730 09-Mor 9 470 g 097 8694 10 825 11401 10 52g 10-Mar 9 743 8 617 8667 9173 10 542 10 822 11-Mar 9,763 10 209 8 633 8 769 11292 10 794 10 927 10 991 12-Mar 6,920 10141 9 083 8 524 8 328 30%3 11344 10 456 13-Mar 9,214 30 331 9236 9403 10%7 11342 IS 406 14-Mar 9,769 10 399 9 781 7 479 9 132 10 550 11762 9 433 30 665 15-Mar 9 676 9 969 8232 B 670 11057 11 286 9 970 10 015 WMar 9285 8 214 8 882 8 856 9 464 11 103 11324 11,199 11,074 10,807 17-Mar 9 674 10 324 8 74A 9161 9 107 10 934 7 876 11,101 11,313 10,603 18-Mar 9.260 108% 7 367 8 99% 8 783 10 777 10174 9,435 11,150 10,751 19-Mar 6 812 11 280 9 601 8 882 7 140 8 273 10 359 11 584 11254 9 060 20-Mar 1 8,988 9 637 8 700 7 984 10 306 10 653 11,864 11,2-41 98 21-Mar 1 9,40011 10 568 9858 6 792 8 486 10 385 10 715 1 056 11,729 8,795 10 286 22-Mar 9645 10 257 8 1% 8,616 30 256 11213 11740 _9,775 105 23-Mar 9,167 8 694 8 629 8 733 10 801 30 203 10 180 11 108 30 6% 2+Mar 9 958 8 913 8,725 8221 11 595 11096 10 530 25-Mar 7,422 10 891 9 067 8119 9119 9 721 1069 11075 30 255 26-Mar 6 655 11039 8 723 6,271 8,282 10,351 I 394 10,791 8,218 27-Mar 8082 11260 8 678 8,16S 10,044 1013-8-5 I 647 10,519 10,016 28-Mar 1 7,695 11 243 8 213 8,145 9 102 10,573 I 643 9,747 9,793 29-Mar 7,968 9 727 6 763 8,2D8 9,567 11,443 7 909 9,746 30-Mar 9,073 7 795 8,395 9,666 10,201 9,149 9146 30 009 31-Mar 9295 8,051 8,484 10,355 9440 AVERAGE 8,479 1 7,895 9 72 8,525 8,323 &,134 10,030 10,281 11,000 10,758 10 57S 10,108 TRANSPORTATION DIVISION TRAFFIC COUNTS III. BRUSH CREEK RD PM PEAK HOUR TRAFFIC VOLUME ONE WAY,EAST(OUT BOUND) BRUSH CREEK 0 HIGHLINE RD. BRUSH CREEK®CONTROL ONE WAY EAST OUT BOUND ONE WAY EAST OUT BOUND Im2nm 11 llum 1999/00 20-Dec 641 540 1 603 1 489 1 285 530 719 646 621 606 428 599 21-Dec 513 423 477 560 534 598 506 550 690 585 22-Dec 657 497 343 618 569 753 672 472 730 696 637 23-Dec 562 459 687 549 712 675 749 745 675 24Dec 453 409 584 487 460 623 654 800 710 700 656 25-Dec 430 374 472 486 313 569 538 627 614 533 457 26-Dec 644 527 704 635 424 778 76 813 735 575 27-Dec 755 628 711 479 821 871 677 697 28-Dec 777 610 712 581 823 834 784 908 29-Dec 754 600 700 732 567 832 814 951 897 713 30-Dec 609 433 825 751 614 614 924 1,078 884 788 31-Dec 539 410 804 755 452 584 912 954 863 696 01-Jan 520 421 562 598 328 557 722 761 666 448 02-Jan 570 807 652 440 930 854 625 554 03-Jan 505 534 506 552 663 485 5% 04-Jan 611 608 487 491 683 530 613 504 23-Feb 433 566 743 483 605 630 24Feb 646 520 726 659 623 609 25-Feb 694 519 731 645 588 691 26-Feb 629 645 680 651 27-Feb 661 561 604 714 28-Feb 595 607 619 691 704 568 01-Mar 540 699 600 587 562 662 592 590 02-Mar 589 542 613 533 641 695 636 546 03-Mar 558 544 602 583 647 611 659 665 04-Mar 511 637 512 555 580 545 651 563 626 672 05-Mar 502 726 642 551 520 543 549 709 648 573 06-Mar 525 701 513 534 597 568 580 585 594 665 07-Mar 710 705 529 465 493 673 591 563 606 08-Mar 642 634 715 568 590 688 647 744 645 645 09-Mar 694 616 627 722 758 691 W-Mar 728 627 611 637 705 695 11-Mar 592 758 599 610 647 758 U688 666 12-Mar 502 723 671 498 566 723 569 13-Mar 725 746 608 650 766 721 14Mar 688 659 643 544 686 681 632 730 15-Mar 666 662 597 542 688 714 579 16-Mar 642 631 654 614 667 722 692 668 670 17-Mar 594 776 616 658 565 643 469 715 607 18-Mar 669 746 527 621 570 727 698 711 626 19-Mar 487 724 684 545 520 565 742 680 608 20-Mar 684 665 532 585 744 714 798 632 634 21-Mar 555 687 662 437 619 607 733 698 783 532 R675 22-Mar 620 651 564 595 659 676 754 633 23-Mar 696 648 673 607 716 517 708 742 24Mar 733 617 609 500 718 714 25-Mar 517 881 615 530 553 666 879 667 26-Mar 494 837 554 460 591 720 813 598 27-Mar 656 762 496 655 709 698 773 574 28-Mar 536 795 453 597 587 684 842 503 24Mar 619 672 488 592 627 719 507 30-Mar 602 s51 553 596 661 599 697 613 621 31 Ma 647 473 577 636 sis AVERAGE 603 494 665 589 551 543 657 ;662 704 684 668 618 AVERAGE OF TEN HIGHEST DAYS: 715 523 799 696 607 625 735 769 862 853 789 697 aY d Traffic Operations Analysis Table 9 2020 PM Peak Hour Roadway Level of Service—Winter Peak 10-Day Brush Creek Road Vehicle Volume Percent Buses/ Average Level (two-way) Percent Trucks Percent of Grade Service UPPER 1,580 5%/ 3% 4% E MIDDLE 1,170 5%/3% 4% E LOWER 1,220 5%/5% 7% E Table 10 2020 PM Peak Hour Roadway Level of Service—Summer Peak 10-Day Brush Creek Road Vehicle Volume Percent Buses/ Average Level Percent Trucks Percent of Grade Service UPPER 1,340 5%/3% 4% E MIDDLE 990 5%/3% 4% E LOWER 1,040 5%/ 5% 7% E Table 11 2020 PM Peak Hour Intersection Level of Service—Winter Peak 10-Day =@1 Critical Movements Overall Intersection Level of Service/Average Delay LOS Delay LRoad" ek Westbound We stbound Southbound F >45 sec Left Tum Right Turn Left Turn F/> 45 sec B/7 see C/ 14 sec Northbound Southbound Westbound F >45 sec Left Turn Approaches Left Turn F/>45 see F/> 45 sec A /see * Owl Creek Road is assumed to be the East/West direction. ' ** Wood Road is assumed to be the North/South direction. r Brush Creek Corridor Transportation Study 18 olak Traffic Operations Analysis Table 12 2020 PM Peak Hour Intersection Level of Service— Summer Peak 10-Day Brush Creek Critical Movements Overall Road Level of Service/Average Delay Intersection LOS Delay Owl Creek Westbound Westbound Southbound A 3 sec Road* Left Turn Right Turn Left Turn E/36see B /6see B /6see Wood Northbound Southbound Westbound B 6 sec Road"* Left Turn Approaches Left Turn C / 16 sec E/35 sec A/4 sec _ • Owl Creek Road is assumed to be the East/West direction. *+ Wood Road is assumed to be the North/South direction. Conclusions The level of service analysis indicates that there will be significant congestion problems in the evening peak hour on Brush Creek Road. ■ Brush Creek Road does not currently provide the needed capacity for future traffic volumes. _A All locations on Brush Creek Road will be at capacity unless traffic patterns are changed or capacity is added to the roadway. The Brush Creek Road intersections with Owl Creek Road and Wood Road will no longer IN function properly using only stop sign control with respect to the minor street approaches. _ Intersection modifications such as roundabouts, traffic signals,or traffic pattern changes ■ should be considered at these locations to provide acceptable levels of service to the minor street approaches. ■ ■ ■ ■ Brush Creek Corridor Transportation Study 19 ■ otak PARKING IN SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1996197 AVERAGE OF SEVEN SURVEYS OVER 1,700 TRANSPORTATION DIVISION 1.1997 PARKING CAPACITY&DISTRIBUTION 1200 •^ -- - - Location 1997 SURVEY SURVEY LOCATION 1,000 CAPACITY AVERAGE TOTAL CAPACITY ea0 � � LOTSI -13 1,000 851 47% 85% - ■CAPA j CITY BASE LOTS 395 387 21% 98% Boom ; AVERAGE , D+E 80 76 4% 95% TWO CREEKS 300 202 11% 67% 4W r _ RODEO 375 302 17% 81% � TOTAL 2.150 1,818 100% 85% 200 i i 0 _ LOT61.13 BASE LOTS D+E TWO RODEO CREEKS I I 11.PARKING BY PERMIT TYPE SURVEY % OTHER PERMIT TYPE AVERAGE TOTAL LL5� I DAY SKIER+RODEO 745 41% EMPLOYEE DAY SKIER+ GUEST 331 18% 15% RODEO RESIDENT 253 14% 41% EMPLOYEE 274 15% ILLEGAL 94 5% OTHER 121 7% TOTAL 1,818 100% RESIDENT 14% I GUEST � 18% 1? Design Day Parking 1996/97 1998!97-AVERAGE OF SEVEN SURVEYS WITH COUNTS OVER 1,700 VEHICLES.LOTS CAPACITY SHOWN WITH AVERAGE COUNT,TOTAL COUNT 1,818 400 _ __...__....�.._...n_......... _._...�_-___.,...._.._..-..... ,»_.._....____. ._._,...._ ........,___...,__ _______ ...._...Y_.-.° I � 200 150 i 100 5o aw Alt cl i ■Averages ■Cepacky `e i 1 1996197 AVERAGE OF SEVEN SURVEYS WITH OVER 1,700 VEHICLES.TOTAL COUNT 1,818.DISTRIBUTION BY PERMIT TYPE. Other 121 Megal 94 7% oay s Pernuft 423 5% 23% Employee 274 15% I Gold Pasa/Senok 21 1% I � i s Rodeo Free Parking 302 y 17% Gmst 331 18% I ...::ResxbM 253 14% Prepared by David Peckler 12/14/2000 Page 1 • COST ALLOCATION BY ROUTE FOR 2001 REPORT MADE DECEMBER 7,2001 PR07ECn0N ONLY LSC Modd See 348 GROSS MARG. MARG. KARG. NET MARG. FD(ED FDO=D NET TOT _ TOTAL ROUTE ROUTE SERVICE/ROUTE PSGRS MILEAGE COST .70 FOURS COST 2.67 TOT COST COST PER TOTAL NET COST PER PSGR COST PSGR REVS PSGR � 10.0 PSGR COST COST PSGR PER HOUR PER MILE ROUTE#1 96,719 39,480 $27,609 4,071 $132,984 $160,594 $1.66 $0 $0.00 $1.66 $43,544 $0.45 $204,138 $204,138 $2.11 23.76 2.45 ROUTE#2 76,237 31,477 $22,013 3,455 $112,862 $134,875 $1.77 $0 $0.00 $1.77 $36,955 $0.48 $171,830 $171,830 $2.25 22.07 2.42 ROUTE#3 118,003 99,914 $69,873 8,310 $271,456 $341,329 $2.89 $0 $0.00 $2.89 $88,885 $0.75 $430,214 $430,214 $3.65 14.20 1.18 ROUTE#4 117,171 43,736 $30,586 2,745 $89,669 $120,255 $1.03 $0 $0.00 $1.03 $29,361 $0.25 $149,616 $149,616 $1.28 42.69 2.68 ROUTE#5 43,672 19,237 $13,453 1,934 $63,177 $76,629 $1.75 $0 $0.00 $1.75 $20,686 $0.47 $97,316 $97,316 $2.23 22.58 2.27 ROUTE#6 9,433 10,550 $7,378 1,651 $53,932 $61,310 $6.50 $0 $0.00 $6.50 $17,659 $1.87 $78,969 $78,969 $8.37 5.71 0.89 ROUTE#7 38,552 25,654 $17,941 2,904 $94,863 $112,803 $2.93 $0 $0.00 $2.93 $31,062 $0.81 $143,865 $143,865 $3.73 13.28 1.50 ROUTE#8 41,881 68,188 $47,686 4,597 $150,167 $197,852 $4.72 $0 $0.00 $4.72 $49,170 $1.17 $247,023 $247,023 $5.90 9.11 0.61 ROUTE#9 0 0 0 #DIV ! #DN ! #DrV ! #DN ! #DN ! #DN ! #DrVJ01 I=VICE SUB TOTAL VICE 541668 338,236 $236,537 29 667 $969,109 $1,205,647 $2.23 .00 $2.23 $317,324 $0.59 $1,522,971 $1,522,972 $2.81 18.26 SPECIALS 81,929 17,819 S12.461 2,268 $74,087 $86,548 $1.06 $2,000 $0.02 $1.03 $24,259 $0.30 $110,807 $108.807 $1.33 36.12 4.60 RFTA 76,310 69,916 148.894 3,786 SlZ3,674 $172,568 $2.26 .00 12.26 $40,496 $0.53 $213,064 $213.064 $2.79 2016. 1.09 TRA)NING 0 28,176 119.704 1,890 $61,739 981.443 $0.00 .00 SO.00 $20,216 $0.00 $101,659 $101.6 59 .00 0.00 0.00 GRAND TOTAL 699 907 454147 17 597 37,612 ____t1.228,610 $1,546,207 12.21 12,000 $0.00 $2.21 JL02,295 50.57 1948 502 1946 502 2.78 18.61 1.54 DIAL A RIDE 0 0 $D 0 $0 SD $0.00 f0 $0.00 $000 $0 $0.00 $0 $0 _ $0.00 0.00 0.00 Mechanic Hours in Bus/VdKle Repairs at$QA4,r.No Capital Reserves for Vehicle PurdlaStS in This Report - RFTA donation of$50,000 is not shown in this report. Capital Reserves 1999: Training hours am 14(12+2)X 135 hours. Annual Reserve Appropriation n $435,161 Annual Cash Appropriation $150,053 1996 ACTUAL 1999 ACTUAL TOTAL $585,214 MARG.COST/MIL $0.71 MILES 404,776 MARG.COST/MILE $0.57 MILES 445,576 MARG.COST/HR. $21.51 FOURS 32,466 MARG.COSTIHR. $28.29 HOURS 36,170 Capital Reserves 2000:- FD(ED COST/HR. $7.95 PASSENGERS 696,866 FD(ED COSTMR. $7.62 PASSENGERS 689,628 Annual Reserve Allocation $405,289 Annual Cash Appropriation $110,253 1997 ACTUAL• 2000 REVISED ... TOTAL $515,542 MARG.CCST/KlL $0.55 MILES 447,441 MARG.COST/MILE $0.61 MIS 445,576 MARG.COST/HR. $22.21 HOURS 36,517 MARG.COST/HR. $30.35 HOURS 36,170 Capital Reserves 2001: FD(ED COST/HR. $7.91 PASSENGERS 776,701 FD(ED COST/HR. $9.32 PASSENGERS 689,628 Annual Reserve Allocation $358,241 Annual Cash Appropriation $113,906 1998 ACTUAL.r 2001 BUDGET TOTAL $472,147 MARG.COST/MIL $0.54 MILES 470,079 - MARS.COST/MILE $0.70 MIS 454,147 corn MARG.COST/HR. $24.71 HOURS 38,152 MARG.COST/HR. $32.67 HOURS 37,611 arc FD(ED COST/HR. $7.87 PASSENGERS 801,787 FD(ED COST/KR. $10.70 PASSENGERS 699,907 mining Opanidy SubiW Total LSC MODEL Rev.Milos Rev.Noun Marginal Cod Fixed Cod Wining Wd Revenues Subsidy Subsidy Subsidy ai997:MARG.COSTIMI E WENT DOWN WITH END OF COLLINS BUSES LEASE PAYMENT. r»998:MARG.COST/HOUR WENT UP WITH DRIVERS WAGE INCREASE OF$1.00. Shalt/Spec/Di 356,055 31,935 $1,292,195 $341,563 $92,205 $2,000 $1,723,983 $399,436 $2,173,420 2000 PASSENGERS DEUM DUE TO CLUB REDEVELOPMENT,RT 3 AND DROUGHT 1999/2000. - Irderoapt 69,916 3,786 $172,566 ¢10,498 $9,454 $0 $222,519 $72,711 $295,229 Training/mist 28,176 1,890 $81,443 $20,216 ($101,659) $0 $0 $0 Total 454,147 37,611 $1,546,207 $402,295 $0 $2,000 $1,946,502 $472,147 $2,416,649 rrr.Using Houm For Training Allocation.Cross Check $1,948,502 $101,659 $472,147 $2!118,649 rrrr.Using M9es For Caphal Allocation. Minus Rev's $1.946,502 1 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: December 20, 2000 Presented By: Bernadette Barthelenghi, Landscape Architect Subject: Rett Fund Projects Overview: Staff would like to take this opportunity to have Town Council provide comments, directions into the proposed projects. Staff has outlined a field trip to all the project sites to review and become familiar with them: The following is the tour of recommended Rett Fund Projects. 1. Benedict Trail/ Detention Pond 2. Numbered Parking Lots 3. Woodbridge Park 4. Seasons Four Restoration 5. Golf Course 6. Highline Road Trail 7. Highway 82 Median and Sign Staff will provide to Town Council on December 20, 2000 the updated Rett Fund Project Narratives. Recommendation: We should interactively work together today identifying and prioritizing projects for 2001 and 2002. Staff will be prepared to present, discuss and answer any questions Town Council may have about the above projects. AO dw TOWN OF.PNOWMASS VILLAGE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX BUDGET SUMMARY 1999 2000 2000 S 2001 S 2002 2003 2004 2005 T� ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED FR POS Q PROPOSED FRS CARRYOVER 41,653,923.00 $945,105.00 $2,327,486.37 $1,382,381.37 $2,860.580.37 $533,094.00 $3,627,368.37 $4,554,857.37 $5,668.670.37 $7,144,506.37 Revmmes $2,728.651.39 $2.393,396.00 $2.652,656-00 $258.260.00 $2.891,760.00 $240.104.00 $2,624,000.00 $2,354,500.00 $2.377,200.00 $2,377.200.00 Ezp nditnne ($2.055,088 02) ($1,428,343.00) ($2,118.562.00) ($690,219.00) ($1,924,972.00) $193,590.00 (51.896.511.00) (51,240.687.00) (5901,364.00) (5928,960.00) YEAR END CARRYOVER $2,327,486.37 $1,910,158.00 $2,860.580.37 $950.422.37 53,827,36837 $966,788.00 $4,554.857.37 $5.668.670.37 $7,144,506.37 $8,592,746.37 BUDGET APPROPRIATION Appnpiati.fpm 1999 2000 2000 $ 2001 $ 2002 2003 2004 2005 ygw End Cmrvopr ACTVA PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED Cepitel Project Reserve $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 50.00 , Project/Mointmimice Reserve $400.000.00 $500.000.00 $500,000.00 $0.00 $600,000.00 $100,000.00 $700.000.00 $800.000.00 $900,000.00 $1,000,000.00 Uedesigmud Reserve $1,927,466.37 $1,410,158.00 $2.360.580.37 $950,422.37 $3,227,368.37 $866.788.00 $3,854.857.37 $4,868,670.37 $6,244,506.37 $7,592,746.37 Year End App epriafion $2,327.486.37 $1,910,158.00 $2,860,580.37 $950,422.37 $3,827,368.37 $966.788.00 $4.554.857.37 $5,668,670.37 $7,144,506.37 $8,592,746.37 PREPARED 11/20/00, 12:03:38 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM f 601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 11/2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 1999 2000 REVISED 2000 PROPOSED 2001 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACNAL BUDGET BUDGET •••VARIANCE••• BUDGET •••VARIANCE••• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX TAYES 006-0000-300,01-09 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TM 2,549,982- 2,215,983- 2,400,000- 184,017 2,932,900- 332,900 2,465,000- 21195.500- 2,218,200- 21218,200- • REVENUE 2,547,782- 2,215,983- 2,400,000- 184,017 2,932,900- 332,900 2,465,000- 2,195,500- 2,218,200- 2,218,200- ------------ ____________ ____________ _ ____________ -------------- ------------ ____________ ____________ ------------ •• TAEES 2.547,782- 2,215,983- 2,400,000- 184,017 2,732.900- 332,900 2,465,000- 2.195.500- 2,218,200- 2,218,200- MISCELLANEOUS 006-0000-300,07-01 INTEREST INCOME 125,804- 107,413- 151,906- 44,493 158,060- 6.954 159.000- 159,000- 159,000- 159,000- 006-0000-300,07-04 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 0 0 29,750- 29,750 0 29,750- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 125,804- 107,413- 181,656- 74,243 158,860- 22,796- 159,000- 159,000- 159.000- 159,000- _ _ ______________ _____ ____________ ____________ ------------ __ MISCB<d.ANSOUR 125,804- 107,413- 181,656- 74,243 158,860- - 22,796- 159,000- 159,000- 159,000- 159,000- TRANSFERS FROM OTEER FUND 006-0000-300,08-06 TRANSFER IN-ROAD FUND 50.000- 50,000- 50,000- 0 0 50,000- 0 0 0 0 TRA RHVHNU6 50,000- 50,000- 50,000- 0 0 50,000- 0 0 0 0 •• TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 50,000- 50,000- 50,000- 0 0 50,000- 0 0 0 0 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES , 006-0000-300,09-17 GREAT OUTDOORS COWRAW 5,065- 20,000- 10,000- 0 0 20,000- 0 0 0 0 • REVENUE 5,065- 20,000- 20,000- 0 0 20,000- 0 0 0 0 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES ------------5.065_ ------------20,000_ ------------20,000- _ O ______ _____0 _____._ _20.000_ ___________o _________ __O ------------0 0 ••• REVENUES 2,728,651- 2,393,396- 2,651,656- 258,260 2,891,760- 240,104 2,624,000- 2,354,500- 2,377.200- 2,377,200- •••• REVENUES 2,720,651- 2,393,396- 2,651,656- 258.260 2,891,760- 240,104 2,624,000- 2,354,500- 2,377,200- 2,377,200- ••••• REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TM 2,728,651- 2,393,396- 2,651,656- 258,260 2,891,760- 240,104 2,624,000- 2,354,500- 2,377.200- 2,377,200- _ ____________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ •••••• REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TM 2,728,651- 2,393,396- 2,651,656- 258,260 2,891,760- 240,104 2,624,000- 2,354,500- 2,377,200- 2,377,200- •••••••REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAE 2,728,651- 2,393,396- 2,651.656- 258,260 2,891,760- 240.104 2,624.000- 2,354,500- 2,377.200- 2,377,200- PREPARED 11/20100, 12:03:19 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GN6011. FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 1112000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 1999 2000 REVISED 2000 PROPOSED 2001 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUWBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET •"VARIANCE••• BUDGET •••VARIANCE••• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAE EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES RETT EXPENDITURES 006-0000-400.50-05 TRAILS 49,010 60,000 350,000 90,000- 60,000 90,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-09 BAD ME LANDSCPE 6 PENCE 0 8,000 8,000 0 8,000 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-14 BUSES 6 E]UI PMENT 150,053 58,593 100.253 41,660- 113,906 13,653- 380,860 266,479 39,597 0 006-0000-400.50-21 BRUSHCRK/0WL CRX INTERSCT 10,500 12,000 11.000 0 10,000 2.000 10.000 10,000 10,000 10,000 006-0000-400.50-22 NUMBERED PARKING IOT 91852 8,000 8,000 0 5.000 3,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-25 BUS STOPS 0 0 0 - 0 300,000 200,000- 200.000 236,342 0 0 006-0000-400.50-30 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 14,600 35,000 15,000 0 15,000 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-31 ENTRY WAY/DIVIDED ROADWAY 26,365 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-33 BRUSH CRX ROW TREES/LANDS 0 5.000 0 - 51000 10,000 10,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-36 CROSSINGS-LAND EASEMENT 0 10,000 10,000 0 0 10,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-37 BENEDICT PARK 5,073 20,000 30,000 10,000- 300,000 270,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-38 EMPLOYEE ROUSING TREES 53,433 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-40 CREENSIDE TRAIL BRIDGE B18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-42 SNONMELT RD/SOFT COSTS 18,911 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-44 BRUSH CREEK GREENBELT PRO 135,682 300,000 300,000 0 180,000 330,000 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-45 BRUSH CEEBX/NNY 82 81,509 0 0 006-0000-400.50-47 WATERSHED RUNT PLAN 17,965 45,000 45,000 0 20,000 25,000 0 0 0 0 ' 006-0000-400.50-48 GREENWAY HASTERPLAN 5,065 15,000 35.000 20,000- 0 35,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-49 HIGHLIK6 ROAD TRAIL 784 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-50 OPERATIONS PAC EXPAWSION 715.005 0 595,131 595,131- 0 595,131 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-51 TRAIL SIGNS 264 35,000 35.000 0 30,000 5,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-52 TRANSIT DEPOT ROOF 20,950 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-54 DRAINAGE CONTROL 110,487 30,000 3,000 27,000 60.000 57,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-56 CONTRACT SERVICE 0 33,000 30,000 81000- 60,000 30,000- 0 0 0 0 ' 0 5,000 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-57 RAW WATER IRRIGATION DESN 0 30.000 0 30.000 0 006-0000-400.50-58 BIOLOGICAL WATER ASSESSMN 0 30,000 20,000 10,000 20.000 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-59 HIGHWAY 83 ISLAND 0 95,000 95,000 0 100,000 5.000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-60 MTN VIEW II TREES 0 10,000 30,000 0 0 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 405.289 6,114- ]58,141 47,048 410,509 423,533 530,020 579,282 06.0000-400.50-61 TRANSFER OUT-G.P. TRANSPN 435,161 399,165 006-0000-400.50-62 TRANSFER OUT-G.F. LANDSCP 192,803 320,585 191,809 38,696 230,815 38,936- 261,714 175,071 190,010 306,600 006-0000-400.50-6J RODEO PARKING LOT 0 0 0 0 20,000 30,000- 403,000 0 0 50,000 50,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-64 INTERLUDE EASEMENT 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-65 TERRACE House EASEHENr o 0 0 o so,000 so.DOD- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-66 TRAIL PAVING-RAW MATERIAL 0 0 10,000 10,000- 19,000 4.000- 16,000 18,660 20,000 23,000 006-0000-400.50-67 TEILS-RAW NAWRIALS 0 0 2.000 L 000- 3,000 0 3,420 3,663 3,930 ],074 006-0000-900.50-60 PLANT PROPAGATION 0 0 3,000 3.000- 3,000 0 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 006-0000-400.50-69 INTERPRETIVE SIGNS 0 0 51000 51000- 5,000 0 5,000 51000 51000 5,000 • EXPENDITURE 2,055,090 1,428,343 3,118,562 690,319- 1.924,972 193,590 1.8 , 11 1,240,687 901,364 938,960 965 ___ ____________ ______________ ____________ _4444__-4444__ 4444___-____ __0 ___-_428_3__ •. ItETT EXPENDITURES 3,055.090 1,438,393 21138,563 690,219- 1,934,973 193,590 1,096,511 1,390,687 901,364 930, _____ ____________ -------------- ____________ ______________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ••• EXPENDITURES 2,055,090 1,428,343 2,118,562 690,219- 1.924,972 193,590 1,096,511 1,340,687 901,364 938,960 _ ___-_____ 4444_-__ ------------ -------------- ___ ______________ ____________ ------------ ------------ ------------ -__ ___ •••• EXPENDITURES 3,055.090 1,938.393 2.110,562 690,119- 1.924,973 193.590 3,096,513 1,340,607 901,364 928,960 ROUTE R�ii?E Check your lodge or a number ium roar to know what route you are. ACCOMMODATIONS 3 li POINTS SERVED 4 took(or your route number illuminated on the front of the shuttles. ASPENWOOD 5 COUNTRY CLUB TOWNHOMES I PARKING LOT A COUNTRY CLUB VILLAS RODEO PARKING L COUNTRY CLUB VILLAS 3 FAIRWAYTHREE © FREE DAY PARKING J^ > MEADOW RANCH ®'°""° LL^` COUNTRY CLUB TOWNHOMES 3 SNOWMASSCLUB TWO CREEKS «M. �,,,,,,� " r "^ °ALr SHUTTLE CHAMONIX 2 TIRII , R CRESTWOOD 2 611 i J1i' ENCLAVE 2 ° o HORSE RANCH 8 c, �RLTeK✓�^` THE HOMESTEAD 8/4 3 HOTEL WILDWOOD 5 INTERLUDE 5 �TKRE° a LAURELWOOD 5 PARKING LOT A rs LICHENHEARTH 2 °" A LOT MEADOW RANCH 3 LOT<° a` ° ° ROUTE 4 MELTON RANCH 8 15 SERVICE MALL a j, —, This route operates from "" A s !I E I I • ETC a 7:20 a.m.to 6:15 p.m. THE RIDGE 111 From 7: arn 10-MINUTE SERVICE SEASONS FOUR 20-MI UTE SE SERVICE SHADOWBROOK 2 ' ' • � `�^ 20•MDIUIE SERVICE e 0 3 " 3 5:35 p.m.-6:15 p.m. SNOWMASS LODGE&CLUB 3 o'm`,o„” IR,xE RRV°` To reach the Free Parking SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN wBO""SOH in the Rodeo lot after /'° 6:15 p.m.,use Route 8. SNOWMASS VILLAS 8/4 MEADOW SNbNM^SS ' « o� RANCH r"ArEL Tomu°ow s"oaMASS SONNENBLICK 5 O li0.nxO[R5°Lx un x C" E CHAPEL E RL° SUurr, . XXOOLNOU OUSE :E„�,�°°Sr, STONEBRIDGE CONDOS 2 l rr TICKETS FAIRWAY THREE /Q ARTS axTER Two CREEKS COUNTRY CLUB _ STONEBRIDGE INN 2 w 70wNNOMFS �W0.5L Ex "w,q TAMARACK 2 VILLAS u�” M SOOwx�s s TERRACEHOUSE 2 Twuxc Cum. t wowx..ss 9 o°`y TIMBERLINE 5 sNOWMASSLIiJI Fa "°WMp55 `Ili LOaE TOP OF THE VILLAGE 5 CLUB o M CROSS Co NTRY SRI AREA ^"x" TWO CREEKS 3 CR°SS COUNTRY SRI^Ru r I I O ,...,.,o.,...,.... T" . WILLOWS 2 `° cREEA RO° °o`"so`" WOOD13RIDGE I Tc. ion°.TOE Rouxm -RODEO PARKING LOT WOODRUN V (PHASE 1,2,3) 2 X-COUNTRY ROUTE 3 �► FREE DAY PARKING WOODRUN PLACE 2 vOw ASS Runs every 30 minutes from 7:00 a.m.unt1112:45 a.m. Departs the Snowmass Club and Villas at:00 and:30. ,. S.o"ICNw^Y R� °N"L.,RT nmu"u.r,. AYRi2 travels up Owl Creek. Departs the Mall at:I Sand:45 £i[Nw�000'rRINC°"s°°°MMI 1' C1"H.R: "For more information on the routes and departure past every hour. times see the individual route descriptions inside. ROUTE TOP ROUTE OF THE r VILLAGE ACCOMMODATIONS ACCOMMODATIONS ACCOMMODATIONS ASPENWOOD CREEKSIDE TO CENTER 7 CREEKSIDE TO MALL MOUNTAIN VIEW INTERLUDE ® SKIER'S CLINIC THE RIDGE I\ LAURELWOOD E SILVERTREE HOTEL 3 SO ICK III I O E n TIMBERLINE T � TOP OF THE VILLAGE BEREINL ` 0y- 000 MALL Q O WILDWOOD S1M 2 LPJ0.EEW o LEBE0.S n 3 DFr BUS STOP GPEWN O O 11 m^ussror O C TICKETS O O ,`,�PSPLNNWOpTLL ° , s`� c MALL > OPLN _ > m E N 'rr N Z TML�V1lLDW�L B LIFT �- N4�1' ^ 'S 1'G0.OJNp G O 2 �y LOS' O TICKETS Ey �A OP �F z 3 a x o SAE s" a+aa MAIL yr Z < 0.0JN0 p B > LIFT s z PC. TICKETS BUSU STOP l A O O OF`Ey 0£ AE _ A J � CPPAtK+0.OJND O � p2 AI S F 2 A `'� UFTTICKETS P x T2� C 0.JNGMgE O .fir. O BJ A /y 02 � •C Op0 y SRS LIFT TICKETS rSHy t2� NIr<v/T CUNIC LO fl III III A CENTER LIFTTICKETS� $ E�b tll UFTTICKETS CUNICLOtB L SHUTT�LE D� F VILLAGE ROUTE 7 A DEERBROOK .� \ Runs a.m. to 7:00 p.m. •C OF`p :10. 30.150 (FMS TOWRBROOK $ � f'1 Runs every 20 minutes.Departs Mall SqY WOOO 'A fit Roo at:05.:25 and:45 past every hour. hr44? cuNlc LOre VILLAGE ROUTE 5 TO RD_ Departs the Snowmass Center heading 7� Runs every 20 minutes RIDGE RUN to Mountain View at:18, :38 and :58 Y from 7:10 a.m.until 12:45 a.m. De the THE RIDGE past every hour. arrange 7:00 pick-up. $ CENTER parts call 923-3500 to arrange pick-up. 1I1 Mall for the Upper Village at:15,:35 and:55 //�\\ 7:00 p.m. to 11:45 a.m. past every hour.Departs •To The Ridge from the Mall use Route 6 the Top of the Village at:17, :37 and:57 past every hour. •To Mountain View from the Mall Departs the Snowmass Center before heading to the Upper 1 use Route I Village at:10.:30 and:50 past every hour and runs through For service on this route call 923-3500,or ask a shuttle driver. •NOTE.For service from The Ridge Creekside from 7:12 a.m.to 6:52 p.m.at:12,:32 and:52 Service available every 20 minutes from 7:20 a.m.to 12:40 a.m. or Mt.New please call 923-3500• after 7:00 p.m.call 923-3500 to arrange pick-up. THE DIVIDE CD SUBDIVISION SNOWMASS VILLAGE ACCOMMODATIONS ASPENWOOD 5 SNOWMASS INN 11 E COUNTRY CLUB VILLAS 34 SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN 31 11� COUNTRY CLUB TOWNHOMES 36 SNOWMASS VILLAS 33 I CHAMONIX 25 SONNENBLICK 6 CRESTWOOD 26 STONEBRIDGE CONDOS 17 ::r_p p DEERBROOKTOWNHOMES 37 STONEBRIDGE INN IG ENCLAVE 27 TAMARACK 20 WILDWOOD LODGE 8 TERRACEHOUSE 15 p INTERLUDE 4 THE HOMESTEAD 38 Do LAURELWOOD 3 TIMBERLINE 2 LICHENHEARTH 19 TOP OF THE VILLAGE 1 MOUNTAIN CHALET 12 WILLOWS 13/18 POKOLODI 10 WOODBRIDGE 30 O THE RIDGE 29 WOODRUN V(PHASE I & 2) 21 SEASONS FOUR 32 WOODRUN V HOMES 22 ASPLN BUS SOP SHADOWBROOK 14 WOODRUN V (PHASE 3) 23 SILVERTREE HOTEL 9/7 WOODRUN PLACE 24 oil SNOWMASS LODGE &CLUB 35 RESTAURANTS 104�✓ p LA PINATA /SNOWMASS INN I 1 i 3 c: IN LODGES 3 2 VILLAGE STEAK HOUSE/WILDWOOD 8 THE BRIDGE/STONEBRIDGE IG > 3 n SAGE/SNOWMASS LODGE & CLUB G u O m BROTHERS GRILLE/SILVERTREE 7 Z x BUTCH'S LOBSTER BAR/TIMBERLINE 2 OUT IN THE COUNTRYSIDE j CONSERVATORY/SILVERTREE 7 KRABLOONIK 1 n c THE VILLAGE MALL 1 s FOOD CLOTHES RESTAURANTS SPORTING GOODS CAFE INK ASPEN SPORTS CIRQUE CAFE BREEZE SKI RENTALS COWBOYS B.JAMMIN GOOD FELLOWS CHRISTY SPORTS IL POGGIO LOCAL REBELS LA BOHEME RESTAURANT COOL DOGS KEY TO MAYFAIR DELI & PIZZERIA D&E SNOWBOARDS �n VILLAGE MAP MOONDOGS GENE TAYLOR'S SPORTS fD ACCOMMODATION MOUNTAIN DRAGON INCLINE SPORTS j SNOWMASS MURPHY'S N.Y. DELI LOCAL COLOR OF SNOWMASS CONFERENCE CENTER PARADISE BAKERY LOCAL TRAFFIC CHILD CARE POPCORN WAGON THE OUTFITTERS PARKING LOTS RESORTWORKS ROCKY MT. CHOCOLATE VILLAGE FREE SHUTTLE S'NO BEACH CAFE STEPHEN STEPHEN'S COUNTY BUSES SNOWMASS GENERAL STORE SKI LIFT SHIRT OFF BACK ` SNOWMASS PIZZA SHORT SPORT HORSES STEW POT SNOWMASS SPORTS $ BANK THE TOWER STEIN ERICKSEN'S ORTHE OFFICES VILLAGE LIQUORS OF SNOWMASS SUNGLASS PANACHE AT SNOWMASS ZANUS SALOON SUNSET SKI REPAIR A LIFTTICKETS SURE FOOT THOTIC SHOP PUBLIC RESTROOMS SERVICES sHunnF nus sior siw[aieFF ri%zU AI PINT BANK_ _. (fl D VILLAGE ROUTE 5 SERVICE SHUTTLE 3 WITHIN 3 " SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2 GP�tuN 0 CD CD 5 7 1 1 r F � See the Village Shuttle Route Schedule for times n, i/ 8 and areas served within village. For service within Snowmass Village to and from areas © 9 not served by the Village Shuttle, see DIAL A RIDE info. 0 TO SNOWMASS CENTER SHUM SERVICE SUBDIVISION 40 'j '-` MALL �9 5\� �N,s Fyq` Combined routes provide service between the , go, Snowmass Center and the Mall every 10 minutes 2 '� LIFT BUS SHUTTLE from 7:10 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. BUS STOP The Snowmass Center has two stops. TICKETS pp6lrC N[ST�YOMS Buses in front of The Market travel toward the Mall. 21 DP r�an Buses in the lower parking lot travel away from the Mall Z Lill w llf J e.g.,Crestwood,Woodbridge and points downhill. Z 1 -c 12 4 GROUND SUNDAY SHU IU SERVICE 23 ? cl J AV Bus service is available to the Snowmass Chapel from the i�: CD - Village Mall, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.,December through March. A y 15 F Note: Please wail at Bus Stops where posted. 25 tq � gVRVtNGP1'p Buses will also stop on demand where conditions permit. CD n � U1661 c r ROUTE2 CD 17 O�Qy 26 P� WHY: This service is subsidized by The Town of TR- 0O q Snowmass Village.The purpose is to provide all Fcy'PG LIFT TICKETS residents and guests of Snowmass Village with the opportunity to use public transportation. 20 WHERE: All trips must be within Snowmass Village, UJJ with the origin or destination not served by the 27 ✓C / Village Shuttle from 7:00 a.m. - 12:45 a.m. •C ' WHO: Any resident or guest of Snowmass Village $qYy not served by the Village Shuttle service. << CLINIC Lot B ALL SNOWMASS VILLAGE PROPERTIES WILL BE SERVED BETWEEN 12;45 a.m.-3:00 a.m. y 5:30 a.m.-7:00 a.m. $ CENTER LIFTTICKETSA � ili HOW: Call 923-3030 and provide the following info: - (1)Request DIAL A RIDE. Q (2)Your location and destination. 37 (3) Number of people In your party. SERVICE A High Mountain Taxi will be dispatched p to your location. ,,��,,,, COST: $1.00 per person, paid to the taxi driver. t29r 3 { H (Does not include gratuity) Please_arran e_your ride at least I hour before. Dn - ROUTE ROUTE 7 ACCOMMODATIONS ACCOMMODATIONS SEASONS FOUR #CHAMONIX SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN CRESTWOOD WOODBRIDGE Qj ENCLAVE TAMARACK LICHENHEARTH WILLOWS rr STONEBRIDGE CONDOS #WOODRUN V(PHASE 1,23) I STONEBRIDGE NN #WOODRUN PLACE 1 MALL °+4W ° SHADOWBROOK TERRACEHOUSE b snuTnl BUS STOP OPLY a \\ GROUND p • 1 • 0 $ CA1'AP Iii 1 1 tL�n MALL I-I IT+ 000.UN0MA SHUTTLE p2 TICKETS BUS STOP 5 �' V OPLY 4 S. W PlO `,` W\tt0 S 3 t\ 0.00ND pp C�PG W6E0`7'1S Psi #WOODRUN V �Wg9 t LIFTTICKETS #CHAMONIX SNP EE0.0.AC100uSE I #WOODRUN PLACE 0.00.UNGPt7` pp t1 to A �STONtNE O4E C pP CRESTWOOD Il/ 'jJ—/ COp1DOs 'LcSAY W 00 AN lA CLINIC LO (Ll f•1 4 o LICHENHEARTH ' ♦Rinp0 CENTER LIFTTICKETs 1� (F HyR3. LIFT TICKE,T55 4PMP0.PC$ I�f 1 1 1 ENCLAVE -A p 1 1 C a�0 �TgP, A q/� e3r SNOI\'MASS MOUN1 AIN y�<<� CLINICL° f� `F RD. yT lS'OODBRIDGI CENTER TO RIDGE RUN SUBDIVISION LIFT TICKETS Fib ill y SEASONS tOUk .� 1 VILLAGE ROUTE 2 VILLAGE ROUTE I Runs every 20 minutes from 7:15 a.m to 12:35 a.m. Runs every 20 minutes from 7:05 a.m.to 12:45 a.m. Departs the Crestwood at:00. :20 and :40 past every hour. Departs Snowmass Mountain, Woodbridge and Seasons #FOR SERVICE TO CHAMONIX,WOODRUN PLACE,AND Four Condominiums at:10, :30 and:50 past every hour. WOODRUN V AT THESE TIMES CALL 923-3500,or ask the Departs the Mall at:05, :25 and :45 past every hour. driver. Departs the Mall at:15.:35 and :55 past every hour. ROUTE 0 ACCOMMODATIONS SHUTTLE F R E E THE HOMESTEAD BUS STOP ' r HORSE RANCH oNiv MELTON RANCH SNOWMASS VILLAS s ow•/,; $� VILLAGE BURUN SHMME w Obnar�mass�illaye c,R�°q4 un ncx[}As 19"-2000 C MELTON RANCH Wr w o0 4 «„ CLINIC HORSE RANCH 3 VILLAGE ROUTE 8 LIn TIC IT S �� Runs every 30 minutes LEM Gom7 a.m to I2:30am. Departs the Mall at:00, and:30 past every hour. \ ED RIDGE RUN o w ooeRi Departs Stirrup Orde In 1 sueomsioA A 0 3 ` Horse Ranch at:15 and RD :45 past every hour. G IO MLAW R�/��-�--J SNOWMA55 p) SlI0DM510N �'/ IIRLHOUSErL '-I I-L TWO on IRA d LTLV[O SUBDIVISION SCHOOIMOUSF BryDt0.50N MNCH - L,(�z�\ R C U, MELTON unaCKT, A SNOWMASS RANCH EAST VILLAGE so VILLAS 1 + HOMESTEAD MILTON RANCH ,N..S =e Village Shuttle TOURING CENTER ,0 owMAIS Information 923-2543 Ts NECROASS mote RA . CRO5$COUNTRY SKI AREA Snowmass General Resort IT COOUERSE , Information 923-2000 T. qo9 RRUSH CREEK ROAD 0 0� n TICKETS rAKRI. N NORSE RANCH THE CROSSPI SHUTTLE LEAVES STIRRUP CIRCLE ��i 30 O TO RIDGE RUN 29 n SUBDIVISION TRANSPORTATION e��s OUTSIDE y ti�R fEk SNOWMASS VILLAGE TO MEADOW SNOWMASS p RANCH CHAPEL G2, SUBDIVISION FIREHOUSE d LIFT LITTLE RED RFTA FARE BUSES TICKETS SCHOOLHOU ANDERSON RA Roaring Fork Transit Agency Fare Buses to Aspen ® ARTS CENTER THE PINES _ and Down-valley,run from 6:15 a.m.....until 2:30 a.m. Al Departures and fares are posted at the Mall Terminal. TWO CREEKS Buses to Aspen in evening Run approximately every SUBDIVISION SERVICE 15 minutes. R • RFTA FREE SKIER BUSES ' Roaring Fork Transit Agency Free Skier Buses to Aspen and Buttermilk Ski Area run from 8:00 a.m.until 4:45 p.m. /n from both the Mall Terminal and Base Lot A. II��T 34 CD Call 925-8484 for information. SNOWMASS TAXI SERVICE TOURING CENTER High Mountain Taxi...........................................925-8294 rI� Colorado Mountain Express......................800-525-6363 1I l ED SNOW" 35 &CLUE 911 • " POLICE • FIRE • AMBULANCE 2^ 3 MILES TO VILLAGE Fire Del*Ambulan e...923-2212 Sid Clinic............................9232068 Oy SrO MTOSS Poke...........9235330 Local Doctor.....................923 4005 � -- Animal Control ..............9235330 Local Dentist ...................9235777 RC Sid AwInto ...................923-2085 To"n Covemment.........923-3777 LIFT — PA Road conditions..............920-5454 Bus toAspen..... TICKETS ..............9258484 Snow Conditions............9251221 CokxadoWeather 303-494-4221 THE 9251120 Colorado Rnxls......303-639-1111 SNOWMASS CROSS r � STABLES BRUSH CREEK STABLES Printed on recycled 3 MILES TO HIGHWAY 82 q paper. AIRPORT IS 2111 MILES RIGHT OP (�t ASPEN IS 5 MILES RIGHT ON HV GLENWOOD SPRINGS IS 40 MIL ASPEN SKIING COMPANY BIG BURN BEARS GALLERIES CHALLENGE ASPEN ARCADE FOR KIDS FLOWERS MOUNTAIN PHOTO BRIGHT AND SHINY THINGS 32 SHELL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COLLECTIONS �qp SNOWMASS REAL ESTATE ELIZABETH RYAN GALLERY SNOWMASS RESORT ASSOCIATION LUNAR DESIGNS SNOWMASS TECHNOLOGIES QUILTS UNLIMITED �Y SNOWMASS VILLAGE SALON SNOWMASS JEWELERS H > SNOW CUBS CHILDCARE 40 SNOWMASS PHOTO & BOOK ^ VILLAGE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SNOWPAWS m TOWN OF SNOWMASS TRANSIT 33 Q MELTON IR 38 RANCH SNOWMASS CENTER FOOD SERVICES VECTRA BANK RESTAURANTS A&C PRINTING POLICE MANGIA! MANGIA! ALPINE BANK POST OFFICE VILLAGE MARKET ALPINE PROPERTY SNOWMASS CARE ,S LODGE WILDCAT CAFE MANAGEMENT SNOWMASS RESORT SERVICE B.J.ADAMS REAL ESTATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ROUTE GIFTS CLEANERS EXPRESS SNOWMASS SUN • APPAREL CRW REAL ESTATE TOWN OF SNOWMASS OFFICE ASPEN SPORTS HERSCHEL ROSS DDS VILLAGE LOCKSMITH SUNDANCE DRUG DR.QUINTUS LANGSTAFF MARY WELCH ACCOUNTANT i J THE OFFICES AT SNOWMASS �G HORSE RANCH SERVICES SUBDIVISION BLAZING ADVENTURES PARMELEE AND COMPANY 3S BOONE&CO. SAFE AND SOUND SERVICES FUSION CATERING SNOWMASS KITCHEN CENTER MANCHESTER ARCHITECTS SNOWMASS SNOWPLOWING STIRRUP CIRCLE MARK NORRIS CONSTRUCTION TROWN ARCHITECTS&INTERIOR DESIGN !WY.' 8 Z MIGHTY MOUSE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LEFT ON HWY. 87 Ord.00-26 Page I of 97 7 6,QQiA)A.JelL 139Qn8 Q390dMJd ti00Z Z 139Qnia Q3SIA3d OOOZ 39VIIIA ssdwMONS AO NMO.I WO Z 03Bd 9Z'00'Af0 TOWN OF SNOWMASS PILLAGE GENERAL FVND BUDGET SUMMARY MOD 20000 196 x000 x000 $ MCI f Lax x008 zoos x000 BUDGET SUMMARY AM !� ' MARIANO � 6St9� 0pf� CARRYO98t f 4.2W.M. f 1.6.610.07 f 6.015,210.08 f 1.736,3x&01 $ 6067.966.0! f M MOD f 7711,916.06 f 7.076=08 f 6.821096.06 S 6,T,901.a REVENUES f 7,517,261.% f x.076,01608 f 9.261.056.08 f I.IMp10.a f 9A".MW f 123.]3208 f 9139A10m f 9308,73608 f 9.66762.08 f 9.6X.16200 OPERAT3N6EREMIl1RE5 f 16,730615.17) f p,7De,008.08) f (7771.162.08) S 169&/300 f (6.333.72&00) f (299.616.00) f (6,5"A2&00) $ (6.M3376m) f (9.307.999.00) f (9A74;90LM) 0T11ERE)PETDITVREY 113.ODD.OD S $ CC*AMMTYPARk $ - f (110.000.00) f (117008.00) f (3.008.00) f - f CAP ECVIP RESERVE S (130.02/.08) f (395.966.00) f (411126&0) $ (15160.00) S (14766.00) f (295.922.00) f 1960&6.08) f (662.]6].00) $ (600.75&00) s OT3).OS.08) EMPLOYEE NOUSIN9 f (319.631.20) f - $ (390,000.08) f (350X0.00) $ - $ 350.000.00 $ - $. DR0STE LAND PURCHASEfRCNO COSTS $ (.675,94633) f - S (3A50.00) $ (3,65000) $ ],69000 1R0STEDONDPROCEEOS f 7150.0 JS f - f - f - f - DROSTE-PIUMM OPEN SPACE CONmem $ 2.0008.0008.08 f . - f - f NET REM&MIMENDITURES f 1.611.470.01 f (133925.00) S 852,768,08 f 966,693,00 S 613.967.00 f (zD JM.W) f (435.12700) S (M2 .m) f (]52.19100) f (0.674.00) SRA LEASE INmME f 729.43207 f 73 MIOD f 725.02100 f (14.760.0)) S 726.M.00 $ 1101.00 f 12307.08 f n3.00&OD $ 70.962.00 f TRANS CUT.DEBT SERVICE PUD f (729.432.07) f Cr".003.00) f (M.023.00) f 117x108 $ (726.12700) f (.101.08) f (723A97m) f (723X&08) $ (M.962m) f BRING CARMOVER $ 6,015215.00 $ 4,142908.07 f 6,967966.08 S 2,7ri,081.01 $ t%U946m $ 613.962.08 f 7.07672108 f 6A21,09&08 S 6,171.901.08 f 6,422027.08 2001 BUDGET APPRCARIATICINS - 2000 2001 S 2002 2006 2081 2085 mo moo ACMM4 6J YARtM YM7 ��L DESI"TIONSMSERVES . 140.000.00 f 1000008 $ 140.X0.08 INVENTORY $ 157.613.71 $ m.ow.X $ I4OX00 f f 0 , . . . $ 0008 $ $ 0X008 $ 80008.00 $ 50.00000 $ 50008&0 PREPAID DPENSES $ 0A3.21 $ 90VO0m S 80,0808 S . z� ECONOWCRESERVE $ 3x1.9309 S 326390m f 370.0x/00 f 41608 $ M.MOD 3".91 6 EMERGENCY CY CONTINGENCY 21560 $ T,610. $ 29, 6 $ (11,69.00 f S (6.626.00) S 00 $ 0 &0 S A�m f 2i106m CARTAL EQUIP RE SERVE f 2•.613).08 $ 2,631,07608 $ 2,641,02100 $ 6913.00 $ 2.573202.00 $ (6]0190% $ 2,2691"00 $ 21x2,673.08 1 2,16099. f 11x2,6200 OONAV"TYPARR $ 11DXDm $ - $ - $ - $ - $ f - f . . , .. . .. . 0 f 9.0X00 f 143.00000 S 16008...00 f 233,X000 90X008 S 30.00000 S 53m0m 2308-- f ,000 $ 00OO $ ODm f 20mom AAT&TEWANCEMEN7PU+D f f 2000000 $ 20.00000 S 20,08000 $ $ 1W.0008 f 10,00808 SVVI POOL S 29000000 S IDXOm S 410,00800 f $ 4100000 S - $ 410X008 $ 1.00000 NOVSIN6 RESERVE f 19.1 .13 f 00X0.90 $ 6.12.1 $ 6.46243 $ 1,76.46243 f LOX.080m f 2.469.46243 f 3.169,462&3 $ 3A69A 43 f 476.162.43 OPEN SPACE RESERVE S 1.190.62032 $ - f 1',83.6&32 $ 1".5M32 $ 1A46.6116 f 93211]2 f 1.74SA19.70 f I.MD?561x $ 1.96137x29 f 2p6,Om99 TOTAL APPROPRIATION& f 5.139990.70 f 3.934..&08 f 6.2".Omm f 2,2MX0.15 $ 7262.4M4? f 1,01939&TL f 7.73x99&U f 8.665.6231 $ 9,727939.8 $ 11167.61&42 MNDS AVABAKE: f 6]512736 f 208.81707 $ 653.90733 f "598026 S 243.47261 $ (401.414.72) $ (662.475.05) f 0.811.596.23) f (3156.03&61) $ (1061.71631) T0TAL APPROPRIATIONS&RIPDS AVAILARE $ 6.015.218.06 $ 4.142,9MO7 $ 6067.9x6.08 S 2,7ri.08L01 f 77119/608 f 613.962.00 f 7..6.521&6 S 6024.096.08 $ 6,471.90100 $ 6,122.027.00 a v0° ( TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE R ON GENERAL FUND t0 BUDGET SUMMARY J zmo zool zam t zmz zam mw 3DP3 3999 2000 2000 S �. BSS 6(m6EI SUMMARY ACTVAL T R VAKEANM fl�T_ T 9EID*4W CARRYC y f 4,203748.07 $ 1.276.630.07 S 6,01571608 $ 1.736.8601 t 6.67,96608 $ 65276600 f 7.11,94606 f 7.076.525.0! $ 6.621.096.0E $ 6AT.901.06 REVENKS t 754776% S 6.076.046.00 f 9.261.MOD $ I,IMMO.00 $ 91A4.786m $ 423.732.0 $ 9.139.61O.00 S 9.303.33600 f 9,536.562.00 f 9.Bm}6200 OPERATING OTET TINES $ (6730.64517) S (7.701.005.00) f (7.53416 OD) $ 169.13.00 $ (6,333.77600) f (799.616.00) f (S.9"A26m) f (803.376.00) $ (9.307.999.00) $ (9674,65L00) OTHER E)WETDITURES . 113.Om $ - $ $ $ CCMN ETV PARK S $ (w.000.00) t (113.000) f (. .0 S t CAPEQUIPRESERVE $ (130.021.00) $ (395.966.00) $ (41EI26m) $ (15.16000) $ (707.01600) $ (95.9�0D) $ OW.6 -00) $ (662787m) f (W.75600) f Q757Dim) FMR.O/EE HOUS3N6 oftE TTURES $ (349.631.20) t - S (350,mD.m) $ (35D.OD.OD) $ - $ DROSTE LM K*04ASE29OFA CDS75 $ (7.675.946.33) f - f - t - t - DROSTEScmPROCEEDS $ 7.150.454.75 $ t _ $ - S OWSTEa'IT33 M OPEN SPACE COMRRTN $ 2.DD.DDD.W $ - f NET t 1.811.43Dm $ (133.925.00) $ 852,7MOO f 966693.00 $ 643.96200 f (206.60600) $ (435.427.00) $ (252.42600) f (352.19&00) f (49.674.00) f 29320 $ 7 .03.0 $ 75.023m f (14 MOD) $ 76,12. $ .104..0 $ 7 .97.0 $ 73,006.m $ 17,982.m $ SPA SASE INCOME $ (7 .023.0) f 147D.m $ (7 .127.0) (,,*40D) $ (n3. 7.m) $ (M. -00) $ (27.% 00) f TRANSFER BTSEKE i11D $ (742.07) $ (7 .03.0% . .01 f 7511,98.0 $ 613.%2.0 f 7,076,51.08 $ 6.624. %.06 f 6,17.90.06 f 6.122.027.00 @�CARRYOVER f 6.015,216.0 $ 4,54.905.0 f 667.9660 S 2.725.081 p11 2001 2005 1YF7 APPROPRIATIONS m00 z= $ zaoz Z00° m04 3999 z6ao zmo Y f A�1,4� gIPEF.0 DESI6FIATION52RESERVES - f 14O.D .m f f 10.Omm f IV.ODDm f N .amm f 1w.ODD.00 INVENTORY t 15],613.]1 f 14mm f 10.000. $ 50.0000 f $ 5000.0 $ 0.0000 $ 5D,ODD.m f 0.m.00 PREPAID OTEN'ES t IM.W.21 $ 0.000.0 $ W=.OD $ . . 76 $ 364979 $ 3260 $ 37006400 $ 41.694.00 f 9 8, 2 ECONOM RESERVE 1.9400) $ 22,0660 f (6.82600) f 2600 S 2 .M.0 $ ZM.Mm f 2Wm (y f 215.069. f Mwm f 99160 (67,W900) f 2,205.94:m 278.73.00 $ 2.489.099.00 f 3.162792.00 ENERSENCY 6.943.OD 2,5 .%OD f REVE S 2.376. 1.0 $ 2A3 . m $ Z,b11,0 . 1 CATA t S COMUNY PARK t 110.0 .-00 $ - $ oa0D f Dm f 6.DDD f 23,00.m S %.00Dm $ 14.000. $ 16.0000 $ 23,DOOm HXY Ckm EauNCFMENT FILM $ $ f M.0Om .00 $ t 20.00.00 f 20MOD t 20.0060 S momm AT&TENIANCEMENTFUND $ . $ - f m,D7m t f 4 m f O.m f 410.0000D f 4w.0m svIMMaPO f z0 f D .w t ua f - t 4w.MOO f 1.6172 f 19. Z 1.169.3� i i'869.46 43 f z � RESERVE t 19.. 43 $ =.Oom $ 7 .4 43 $ 1IA 04 f .6136 a9. 99 HOVSU $ 1a53z f 153-9953 $ A46 . .75AI970 $ . .3b C"SPACE RESERVE f 1mem32 $ . TarAL AwaaPRIATICNS: f 61».990.70 f 3.934,a76m S 6.14.07675 f 2.MM.75 f 7762AM5 f LOU.4%.72 f 7,736.9%.13 f 6.665.692.31 f 9.727.939.8 t (4,263.1542 FUNDS AVA OLE' t 67572738 t 206.$27.07 $ 653,90733 $ 445.08026 $ 219,472.61 f (401.134.8) f (662,415m) f (1,611,5%.23) $ (3.256.036(4) f (4.61,]!634) TOTAL APPRCPRIATT"A FUNDS AVAILABLE $ 6.0571606 $ 4.542.905.] f 6.86].%6.06 $ 2,725.081.0 $ 7,511,946.0E $ 613.%200 $ 7.076.521.06 $ 6.624.0%.06 $ 6,4T.9O.08 f 6.122.02].08 � Q PREPARED 1012+/00. 10.04,37 EDOCSr PREPARATx014 MOAR.�r PRIW 1p/)000 1 n a PRaORAM WSO1L TOR rxfMJU, MM 1001 ACT.OD9TI110 xOD w 2001 3002 2003 3004 2005 3000 pl N P 0X 1999 3000 REVISED 3000 I0D008® 2001 PROP 0705® 4 B j OS ACCOVMI'NEe4e6R AL7.WM[ D6.4CRxPr20M ANMAL BD114Tr BGIR:Er •••vAR1AMCE••• BUORET •••vARIAMa••• atD B12DGET cv+ERA1 F1EMD TES 30- 316,93+- 2,595 219,093- 311.154- 021.497- 123,711- 001-0000-300.01-01 20!006X]1 TAXES 199,7194 214,]69- 11+.119- 001-0000-300.01-02 SPECIFIC OMMBRSRIP 60.443- 61,931- 156,194- 94,373 SOJ- 2,729.442- 59.164 2.797.679- 2,867,620- 21939,311- 3,013,794- 001-0000-]00.01-OJ LT3)PTr SALES TAX 2.645,330- 3,711,661- 3,670.1SB- 001-0000-300.01-03 SDIM SAL65 TAX 1,133.766- 1,195,643- 1.150,104- 44.938- 1,176,913- 26.309 1.106,336- 1.1)6.49+- 1.161.006- 1,279.4"- 001-0000-300.01-05 PM XSE/OCCUPATIOM TAX 251,290- 361,875- 251,300- 11.675- ]5).571- 2,]7]0 158.615- 263.915- 269.015- ]l4. 15- 001-0000-300.01-06 D 1187 A TAE6,9-xM19tE89 7- 50- 15- 35- 15- 001-0000-300.01-07 EXCISE TAx o 0 1.000.000- 1.000,000 11000,000- p 700.000- 700.000- 700,000- 700.000- 001-0000-300.01-06 •,297,474- 4.452.418- S„442,610- 990,173 S,S31,309- 9+.599 5.3+5.114- 5,456,049- 5.569.477- 316351665- .-2444 4242- - 2222_-2244-- --__-2222 4442_ ------------ --- --------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------, ------------ • 685.665- .. TAXES 4,197,474- 4, 51.+18- 5.441.610- 990,193 5,537,209- 94.598 3,3+5.31+- 5, 56,0+9- 5.569,477- S, xMTI�N'REVENUE 4,249- 29,953- 1,576- 29.054 20.183- 17,337- 26,537- 001-0000-300.01-01 CIGARETTE TAX 34,64]- 35,770- 31.519- 8,503- 8,755- 3.930- 001-0000-300.01-02 ADDITlO MVSO 9.337- 9,6+5- 8.037- 1,608- 8,250- 333 1,415- 001-0000-300.02-0) NIGMMAT WERE TAI 94.099- 99.588- 100.854- 3,166 102,329- 1.475 105,699- 13e-561- 111,311- 135,173- 001-0000-300.01-04 COUMIY ROAD 6 BRIDGE 34,153- 31.960- 31.955- 5- 31.341- 116 33,664- 31,991- 33,320 ]).650 001-0000-300.02-05 STATE GRANT-DUI ailORCBNE 6,600- 5.000- 0 5,000- 5.000- 51000 5.000- 5,010- RBVE201E 160,931- 190.971- 173.375- 8.596- 177.873- 5.498 180.532- 183,317- 181,231- 4 - 184,17 ------------ ----------- - ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ -2224-4224-_ --2224 422..4 --2444-_4442-- .. IMTEROOVERM361VI'AL R6VEEDE 168,931- 180.971- 173,375- 8,596- 177,673- 5,498 19o,$)1- ve3.3v- 191,v1- 18+, - LICE W/PRRMIT9 1,251 6,091- 3.275- 6,210- - 6,448- 6.686- 9,686- 001-0000-300.03-01 wop LICENSE 6,040- 8,115- 9.]66- 001-0000-300.03-02 BUSINESS/SALES TAX LI=S 19,435- 19.536- 25.400- 51674 25.025- 435 16,950- 27,700- 13.075- ]3,675- 23,000- 535- 33,000- 10,000- 13.000- 2],000- 001-0000-300.03-04 BLOO/COMTMWIT LICENSES 20.489- 16,000- 30.525- 5.515 0 500,000- 500,000- 500,000- 500,000- 001-0000-300.0)-05 BUtIDI1 PERMITS 253,933- 496,796- 600,000- 100,614 600,000- 13,000- 37.000- 20,000- 30.000- 30500- 001-0000-300.0)-06 ES.6LIBICAL PERMITS 11,991- 10.400- 39,000- 31.600 17.000- R 500- 500- 500- 791- 300- 500- 0 100- 961- 001-0000-300.03-OB ANIMAL TAGS 1,300 1.100- 400- 11100- 1.100- 1.100- 1, 001-0000-300.03-09 Ai.AE1M PERMITS 709- 100- 1.500- 15,775- 584,760- 576.748- 57),361- 582,961- 001-0000-300.03-01 310,513- 553,627- 699,291- 1+5.66+ 633.516-. .--2444_.4422- 2444-_4444_- -2444__-4422-- ---2258__ 2444__4424-- _--__---___. 2444___4422- _--___4422_- R8- 579.361- 592,961- •• LIC®9565/PERMITS ]]0,519- 553.617- 699.391- 145.664 683.516- 15.775- 584,760- S1. CVARGES ME SERVICES 10- 240- 250- 160- 370- 7p_ 50- ]00- 050 030- ' 001-0000-300.04-01 LTNIRT PBES 15,000 60,000- 60,000- 60.000- 50,000- 001-0000-]00.0402 pLAMNIRG DEPT [02rS 19.973- 15.000- 45.000- ]0,000 60,000- 000- 350.000- 150.000- 950,000- 7-3 428.931- 300,000- ve.eu- 420,000- 110.000 lsp, 0 0 0 001-0000-300.04-03 BIAG M M Ct1 K • 349• e 0 p R 0 0 0 001-0000-300.04-01 BERG DEPT BOOR SALE !E6 60- 001-0000-3 00.04-OS TRAMS/PARKING RNQRIE ME 199,30]- 135.590- 359.370- 66,]10- ]01,9]0- 43.650 310.9794 330.3074 320,107- 352,338- 7,945- 3,000- 9,800- 7.000 ]9.500- 19.700 39.500- 39,500- 39,500- 29,900- 001-0000-300.04-06 SP6CSA1 HVS AVNS 2,350 3.150- 100 J,145- 3,]4]- 3,443- 9,515- 001-0000-300.04-07 MLIC MORKS MISC 9.977- soo- 2,97-3- 4.000- 4.000- ].800- 3,000- 3,000- 0 ],300- 0 ].900- 4.000- 001.0000-300.04-09 RECRRIW S FEES p +00- 400- 400- 400- 500- 500- 743- f.004- 001-0000-]00.04-I1 SENRITI SB0.VSC65 PBRPOM 1.017- 1,000- 500- 3 Opp 8,000- 0 8,240- 9,+97- 1, 001-0000-300.04-12 SOLID 1051'6 FEES 19.517- 4.600- 1.000- 7 102.147- 305.211- 7,931- 93.479- 10.660 96.31]- 99,1 1- 796- 001-0000-300.04-1) SOLID MAST6 RCMBGIMAt PEE 71.151- 90.750- 62.419- 140- 189.053- 11.559 194,729- 200,571- 206,588- 212, 001-0000-300.04-14 REAR LOAD ACCOUNT FEES 169,041- 161,639- 16),499- 001-0000-300.0+-15 CURBSIDE ACCg1MT FEES 34.959- 24.916- 14.616- 230- 27.854- 3.176 ]9.690- 39.551- 30.+J7- 31, m � MIPAR6D 10/24/00, 10,04,37 BOOCRL A ARATI01111ptR.5ffi6'[ ACCVIR[[IMG PAlIW 10/2000 G ISN%2MM LN60IL [f It FISCAL TdTR ]001 zoos 0 30" O � 2000 3001 3003 ]00] „^ N ARINR[L 0 P 1f 99 x000 RNISBI 300° 140W5ID 3001 PAO ® PR0WID ps%I IR°G ! NU4BIDI DSdITtp BU[44[ VAA ••• vnD ARCS BODRP J b a ]4,291- ]6,519- ]8.815- 91,179- 001-0000-300.0+-16 ROLL OFF ACNUNT PIES 66.371- 82,5+9- 6],902- 18.6+]- ]2.12]- 8,325 BOO_ 800- o Boo- 800- 0 Boo- 0 Bo 0- BOO- 0 001-0000-300.04-16 AIM BOOM R(G1SRA*TOPS 0 0 0 0 0 ° ° 001-0000-300.0+-20 AIM REVpM)6 307.691- 0 10 60- BO- 60- 80- 001-0000-300.04-21 C@tlUNITY PART PIES 160- - O 40- +0 50- AO,t6)- • R6VRRIB - 1,044,152- 1,148,035- 969,258- 1]6,]6]- 1,x10,458- 312,200 1,161,]56- 1,18],97t- 1,195.518- ), ------------ _.___969_2-_ __..___17 ---- ____________ ___ ------------ •• d11RG63 fOR SOIVICBS 1,044.152- 1,148,035- 969,358- 178,7 67- 1,310,458- 241,300 1,161.356- 1,182,978- 11195.516- 1.3+0,7 FINDS AND FORFEITS 300- 1,100- 100 1.500- 1.500- 1.500- 1.500- 001-0000-300.05-01 MOVING VIOIATIONS 905- 1,500- 1,300- 0 12,000- 42.000- 42.000- 42.000- 001-0000-300.05-02 PARKING VI° TIW15 43,100- 42.000- 42,000- 0 42,000- Bo0- 1,435- so*- - 800- 300 800- 0 Boo- Boo- e00- 001-0000-300.05-04 ANIMAL PINES - 700- 700- 700- ]00- 001-0000-300.05-05 WORT FINDS 745= 700- 500- 200- 600- 100 • RBVBNVI 46.185- 44,700- 44.500- 200- ++.700- 300 45.000- 45,000- 45,000- 15.000- ____________ ___ __________ 7717__45_00_ ______--_--- 7771__------ 7177___---__ •• ItM65 AND FORFEITS 46,185- 44,700- 44,500- 200- 44.700- 300 +5,000- +5.000- +8.000- CO IBWIONS 60,457- ]6],648- 102,002 ]]5,324- 493.077- 790,908- ')98,817- 001-0000.300.06-03 SKI COEP CON}RISWICMNS ]16.096- 7x6,lOJ- 665.696- 150- ISO_ 150- 150- 100- 100- 350- 150 000- 100- 0 001-0000-300.06-05 ANIMAL vTImL-II!KIw ONS p ° ° ° 001-0000-]00.06-3] CONIRIBUTIOMS-PITRIN QlIY 63,851- 100,000- 300.000- 200,000 300,000- 15,000 45.000- 45.000- 45.000- 45,000- 0 0 30,000- 30,000 45.000- 0 0 001-0000-300.06-40 RLT CRS COMFI ENHANCE FUND 20,000- 30,000 0 20.000- 0 0 001-0000-300.06-41 AT&T CU68I SNIWCBMQIT FUND 0 0 96.902 830.47+- 838.317- 036,058- 843,967- 790,051- 836,203- 1.015.896- 189.693 1,112,798- • RBVRNK _._____.____ 474- 838.]]7- 936.058- 043,967- •• CON]RIBVTIOMS 780,051- 826,203- 1.015.896- 189,693 1,112,799- 96,90] 830, MISC®.LANKO05 9.581 278,000- 278.000- 378,000- 278,000- 001-0000-100.07-01 INIERPSI' INCOME 311,111- 300,000- 367.973- 67.973 377.553- 150- 550- 550- Ss0 550- 581- 500- 708- ]OB 550- 001-0000-300.07-02 misc TY 6 2N IMCC 0 11,000- 0 11.1+0- 11,381- 11,434- 11.568- 001-0000-300.07-C6 MISCBLF.AI]IOVS INCOMB 31,760- 11,000- 11.000- 1,700- 0 1,700- - 1,700- 1,700- 1,700- 1,]91- 1.700- 1.700- ° 001-0000-300.07-06 MISC. POLICE ITE m 11,880- 11,860- 11,880- 0 11,880- O 11,880- 11,880- 11,888- 31,660- 001-0000-300.07-07 TRIWS- EMI1t SITE FITS 393 8,064- 8,256- 1,440- 8,664- ].660- ).873- ].690- 19]- 7,98- 001-0000-100.07-08 RR[Y - BMPIAYEE HOVSIMO 0 1.100- 0 1,300- 1,100- 1.300- 1,500- 001-0000-300.07-09 EMIWYKE ROUSING RESIRVS 1.200- 1,200- 1.200- 0 0 0 0 0 0 p 0 9,504- 001-0000-300.0]-10 ACCTS PAYABLI-MRIII OFFS 6,706- - ° 9400- 0 8,616- 316 8,832- 9,040- 9.]76- 001-0000400.07-61 CC Bbp/ HWS INCI)MB 6,800- 8.400- 0 0 p 0 ° ° p 0 ° !]e- 3]6,066- 001-0000-300.07-60 @IPt/JYEI NWSIIiG MITIGATN 19.463- 67.998 323.371- 9,811 334.366- 324.915- 315, • RIN6IN6 251,571- 345,552- 313,540- ------------ ____________ 251.571- 345,582- 313,540- 67.998 333.371- 4444- --9,831 -- -324,366- - --324,- ._._.-.___-_ _______ ____________ 915- 135.+78- 336.066- •• M2SC6LV0ftW5 - IWNSPERS PROM mm FUND 8,133- 672,323- 699,404- B20,939- 985,886- 001-0000-300.08-04 IRARSF'6R IN RBTI' FONO 627.964- 619,750- 897,178- 32,57x- 599,066- 8,112- 672.223- 699,404- 830,839- 865.886- • R6VENV6 637,964- 619.750- 597,178- 33.573- 589.066- •• 8,112- 672.3]]- 699,+04- 920.839- 885. YRA PINK)NSPmR FROM mn P 627.964- 619,750- 597.178- 22,572- 599.066- OTNER PIBIWCIRG SWRCFS pRRP11RR1 30/24/00, 10,04+31 euoc9'Y PREPARATSQ4 RoRRSRERr IOGR 3 w a PROfR1AM YEAR 2001 GKSOIL [OR PIS ACCWIPYIMG PElPERIOD 10/]000 OML A U 8 3000 3001 3003 2003 2004 2005 C 1999 2000 REVISE) 3000 RfMVS® 5001 PROPOS® PROTMD PROPOSED � ® EccvARPY MIP®92 ACCOIMY orsCRxPYIQ1 ECN2J. ewcEr e000L[ .••VARIER••• lUOOR •••VARIER••• 9VOGR 900fG61' 9VOG6I BOO('6S 001-0000-300.09-01 7A 9 AdRMS-BURGLARY P6E 31500- 2.500- 2,000- 500- 2.000- 0 x,000- 5,500- 3.000- 3.000- 001-0000-300.09-02 PALSR ALRRMS-FIRE PEL9 5,150- 1,000- 3,500- 1.500 31500- 0 3,500- 3,soo- ],500- 3,500- ]- 1,196- 0 1.1D5- 0 0 0 001-0000-300.09-06 V[ILISY REfAYE 1,196- 1,300- 1,196- 0 p p 001-0000-300.09-14 YVILEY REPLECEIESY PROM 66- 0 0 0 0 0 0 AAVERR 9,916- 4,100- 51696- 996 51696- 0 5,665- 5,000- 51500- 51500- _.__________ ___________- .. 9,916- -------4,70M- 5,699- O111Et PIMAMCIRG SOVR -------C65 996 51696- 0 5.665- 51000- 5.500- SALE OP Assm 100- 100- 100- 100- 001-0000-300.10-01 SALE OP ASS -POLICE 0 100- 100- 0 100- 0 0 610- 610 0 610- 0 0 0 001-0000-300.10-04 SALB OF ASSL.15-PUBLIC MRS 500- 0 100- • REVERR 500- 100- 110- 610 100- 610- 100- 100- 300- _._.___.____ --------.--- •• SALE OP AS583E 500- 300- 110- 610 100- 610- 100- 100- 100- 300- •.. AEVE906.S 1,541,265- 6,016,046 9,361,056- 1.165.010 9,664,166- 413,132 91139.610- 9.303.136- 9,556.563- 9,600,163- •••• REVENVSS 1,541,265- 6,016,046- 91161,056- 111651010 9,664,166- 423,132 9.139.610- 9.303.136- 9,556,563- 9.900,102- ••••• GsI POMO 0,541,563- 9,016.046- 9,261,056- 11165,010 9,664,166- 433,132 91139.610- 9.303.139- 9.556.563- 9,600.192- ____________ ____________ ..•••• 1.541.262- 6,076.046- 9.561.056- 1.195,010 9,664,166- 423,732 9.139.610- 9.303.136- 9,556,563- 9,600,182- •..••••G6MRRN. PUM1 1.541,263- 0.016,046- 9.361,056- 11165.010 9.664.166- 423.133 9,139,610- 9,303,136- 9.559.563- 9,900,162- . PAOE 1 _ Bhp EL PRBPARED 10/24/00. 10.03.45 ewGn•I PREPARATION N000m ACNUNIING MIOD 10/2000 n, PROGRAM 0"6011 ioR rxsn0,TCAR 2001 - 8 1999 1000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2005 O ]001 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROFOSSD PROPOSED P ACNAL OUOOn1' REVISED 1000 PROP056D nU00C< BUDGET BVDGR HlIDG6T J AOCfMPr NUMWER ACCDiM[ EMMMI"10N stm=r •••v3UfxANCn••• nvlrccr •••VARIAMCn••• GENmuL FUND IINN OgINCIL INNx C 11, SEP®GDI'NRE.4 ATIORNBS in09 100 0 0 0 0 001-0100-603.01-10 IMAMIG/RRCISTRATI0S 165 200 100 0 0 001-0100-603.01-13 1EAV64 636 500 600 100 300 100 300 300 300 ]00 • QPDI.�E 799 700 600 100 300 l00 300 300 300 300 � •• WRSONNEL SERVICES 799 700 600 100 300 300 300 300 300 300 001-0100-403.02-35 I...+• runs/SPECIAL counsL 1,400 5,000 10,000 5,000- 10,000 0 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 001-0100-603.02-4n LEGAL-IONN MUNCIE 61.232 60,000 10,000 o 62,000 2,000- 66,100 46,335 68,620 51,0 10.962 5.000 18.000 11.000- 35,000 31000 15,750 16,538 17,366 18,231 001-0300-60].0]-49 LOCAL-'[OMN MAMAG61t 0 3,100 2.305 3.]15 2,431 003-0100-603.02-50 L8GA1-IONN CLERK 5.056 6.000 3,000 6.000 2,000 2,431 001-0100-603.02-51 LOCAL/iINAMCB 1.116 I,000 500 1.500 1,000 1,500- 2.100 3,205 3.215 001-0100-603.02-53 LEGAL/PBRSONNeL 1,083 3.000 3.700 000- 3,000 900 3,960 ].087 1.361 2. 001-0100-603.02-53 LOGRL/PLANNING 6 BUILDING 11,011 16,000 3,000 16.000 10.000 81000- 10,500 11,035 11.576 11,243 2eo 200 ]0a loo- 200 loo 210 151 332 001-0133-433.02-55 LECVS/POCxcE 0 525 $11 579 606 001-0100-403.02-56 LEGAL/TPANSPOR'IATION - 168 1,000 500 500 500 500- 6.300 6,630 4,631 6,063 001-0100-403.01-57 LOCAL/PUBLIC MORES 1,453 1,500 3.500 2,000- 4,000 519 608 854 500 500 0 500 0 525 553 001-0100-403.03-58 LCGAL/ROUSING 2 1,050 1,101 1.158 1,316 001-0100-403.01-59 LOCAL/MIN VIEW 160 500 3,300 3,700- 1,000 1, 000 535 551 .579 608 001-0100-403.03-60 LEGAL/R6T' 743 1.500 500 1,000 500 0 0 1,000 0 0 001-0100-403.02-62 LECAL/MISC RXPeMS85 11660 500 1,000 500- U 0 0 0 0 0 001-0100-403.02-67 BI SB VIl] - IN BWSn 0 2.000 0 2.000 • B1IPRlOI7UR8 64,000 84,700 85,700 1,000- 90,500 4.800- 94.535 90,751 10],109 107,849 •• PURCRASSD SERVIMS 84.008 84.700 85,700 1,000- 90,500 4.800- 96,535 98.753 103.189 107,049 200 0 0 0 0 0 001-0100-603.06-06 DU65,Mg6@ER511[PS,SUBSCRPN 0 500 200 0 0 300 0 0 0 0 • eflPBNDITUR6 0 200 200 0 0 300 0 0 0 0 •• OPERATING i XAtIRE11ANC6 0 300 100 _ ••• ATIORN6Y i6nS 6,300- 94,835 99.053 103,489 100,149 e6.e07 85.600 86,500 900- 90,800 9A06 2 a 19t"9 10/26/00. 10,03.65 �1D�''n'9969A63aIOM MoM6sn6er ACWOM m 9 JW 10/2000 PROMM Q1601L MM 6ISGAL S6AR 2001 0) 1999 2000 2000 3001 2001 2003 3006 2005 J 66VIS® ]000 9609086D 2001 PR0005® OROPOG® PROPOSED 9 „n .' AOSUAL BVDOCf 6000l:S ACOJIRM'MIROFR ACCOUMI 06SCRIPTIOM BIIOG6T �••'2ARIAMC6••• MIIOOMP ��•PARIAMC6�•• 6MO[P MOWES ,D J SPECIAL PRO.JSC-1'S 6 QPITL 001-0100-606.06-10 MOSIC S 1,596 2,000 5.200 3,300- 22,000 16.6000- ],5000 3,000 3,5000 1.5000 001.0100-606.06-29 MALL IMPROP[Mm6i PARIMR.9P 6],653 100.000 300.000 ]00,000- 300,000 250 0 0 0 0 001-0100-606.06-33 11I RS6X PROQAM 395 0 250 250- 0 0 0 001-0100-606.06-36 SMIIPIIMO P(IOL PROJECT 0 0 51000 51000- 0 5,000 0 0 � QPtAOC[UR6 65,626 102,000 310,650 206,650- ]1],000 11.550- 3.500 J,000 3,500 mvl. 65.626 102,000 310.650 206,650- 322.000 11,550- 2,500 3.000 3,500 3.500 ��� SPECIAL PRQJ6C15 6 CAPIIZ 65,626 102,000 310,650 206,650- 323,000 11,550- 2.500 3.000 3.500 3.500 PRSPARW 10/14/00. 10,03.45 ewn5r PAEPARATIOII AORYS1352 rAra 3 0 PROCAAM M601L eoR PISCAL Y 1001 AROURPI116 P I00 10/1000 W 1999 2000 1000 1001 3001 1003 1004 1005 OD G .. ACN11L 6VOO51' RAMS® 3000 PROPOS® 2001 PAOPOS® PRO905® PROPOS® PRO A(<QIST RV1®6A ACLOIRlI'OSSCRt"IOR 60006'P •••VARIA6R3••• !0005[ •••VMIA6C5••• 6V006T !11[6'52 60DG5[ BIIR'6T O. '11MM COt IL 001-0100-405.01-01 PAYROLL 46.000 46.000 46.000 0 40.000 0 46,000 46,000 46.000 4.600 001-0100-405.01-09 PAYROLL-5ID4 M 3.930 4.200 4.200 0 4.100 0 4.300 4.400 4,500 4,600 001-0100-405.01-10 I9AIRISO/REOISIRASIORS 0 1,000 500 1.500 1,000 1,500- 2,000 - 3,000 11000 2,000 001-0100-405.01-12 TMV63. 2.665 5,000 5,000 0 10,000 51000- 5,000 5,,000 5,000 5.000 S;vA10ITU0E 54.595 59.200 57,700 1,500 64,100 6.500- 59,300 59,400 59,500 16,400 •• p6R50R56L 36RVICBSS 54,595 59,300 57.700 11500 64,100 6,500- 59,300 59,400 59,500 16.400 001-0100-405.02-06 COASOLTASS 13,432 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000- 20,600 21,210 11,055 22.510 001-0100-405.02-14 COMRAC[ 56RVIC85 19,364 20,000 31,500 1.500- 10,173 3.327 30,600 31.110 21,655 23.510 001-0100-405.02-70 R IC R TI055 3,044 5,000 4.500 500 5,000 500- 5,150 5,305 5,464 5,610 6SP01O11 36,560 45,000 36.000 9,000 43.173 7,173- 46,350 47.741 49.174 50,646 •• POR(00560 SO ICRO 36,560 45,000 36.000 9,000 43,173 7,173- 46,350 47.741 49,174 50,646 001-0300-405.04-01 AOV6IITISIRO 167 1,000 4,050 3,050- 2,000 2,050 2,060 2,122 2,105 3,251 001-0100-405.04-06 [NRS.M&168RS0IP,$UBSLRPM 10,215 10,315 101315 0 11,100 76S- 11,124 11,450 11.001 12,155 001-0100-405.04-12 SISC011dS&I115 1,961 1,000 3.000 0 3,000 0 3,060 1,122 2,165 3,251 Qpp1017 11,344 13,315 17.165 3,650- 15.100 2,065 15,144 15,701 16,171 16,657 •• OP Tlm 6 IIA1St81ARC6 12,344 13,315 17,165 3.050- 15.100 2,065 15,244 15.701 16.171 16,657 001-0100-405.06-01 CASS PORCRASRS 642 500 500 0 500 0 515 530 546 563 • SAP I1 642 500 500 0 500 0 515 530 546 563 •. CAPITAL 642 500 500 0 500 0 515 530 546 563 .•• 'lO6N COORCIL 104.141 116,015 111.365 6,650 132,973 11,600- 121,409 133,373 135.391 04,266 I m"AM 10/34/00, 10,03.45 6VOG8[ pRRPARATiON MOAT3N6RT PAGR 4 PRCfOt)01 P1601L IOR PISCAL T 3001 AC20011TING P6AIW 10 12000 pp1 1999 3000 3000 3001 3003 3003 3004 3005 `� O ACTOAy BUttIEi 8ROI5021 3000 PR0P05® 2001 PROP0560 PROp0.46D PROP0560 P y N 6WG6T •••VAASASIC6••• BUDGIT •••VARIAIRE••• 601IG6'I' BII0G6f BV3IGSI O� ARPR32 M6666R ACCOONI'069CRIPTICN J GRA6PI5 6 O TION3 000 5.000 5,000 51000 001.0100-406.05-02 C TIONS-GffiIRRAL 13,000 17,500 47,500 30,000- 10,000 J1,500 5• 43,635 41,1]T 44,666 13.931- 53,614 37,909 001-0100-406.05-07 OOIO4TIM-NORDIC COORCSL 40,333 31,957 31.95] 0 0 3x,000 3x.000 33,000 22,000 001-0100-406.05-10 CQM !0110/SIRM611 COPC6RT5 22.000 23.000 22.000 0 21,000 41 306 43,455 001-0100-406.05-13 CWNRAL ARTS 39,100 11,350 41,]50 0 75.]50 5,500 3].536 39,415 469 94.993 IOS 001-0100-406.05-14 W L A6.M11P SK 64.300 ]6,650 76.650 0 ]6.150 1,300- 02.056 66,361 90, 30,000 30.000 30,000 0 30,000 0 20,000 x0.000 10,000 x0.000 001-0100-406.05-15 JAxx "S 0 10.000 0 10,000 10.000 10,000 10,000 001.0100-406.05-19 6180661 R6C TlO ACT'Iv 6,000 10.000 10,000 370- 61000 6,000 6.000 6,000 001-0100-406.05-30 COM01 m PICNIC 5,005 5.000 51630 630- 6,000 26,399 236,430 326,405 337,690 343.619 • =@ ITORR 219.637 234,557 355,167 30.630- 226,708 •• C4NM15 c O Tlm 319,637 334,557 255,167 30,630- 226,706 26.399 236.410 326.465 237.690 342,619 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,600 001-0300-106.06-01 CASH PVRCNASES 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 61600 • 6RPm0DITVPI 0 0 0 0 0 •• CAPITAL 0 0 0 6,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 x6,399 236,410 336,465 337,690 249,419 ••• GRANT$ 6 OONATSONS 219,637 334,557 355,161 30.630- 336,]6 0 ------------ ------------ -------- --- ____________ ____________ 445,336 •••• WIPENOSSVRI9 474.411 510,173 763.503 233,330- 763.561 941 455.144 451.910 (]010!0 ------------4]4,411 ------------5)0,1]2 ------------ 445.33 ]63.503 ])],110- ]63,561 941 455,144 451,910 470,000 ••••• 1GNN CTIMCIL 941 455,144 451,910 4]0.0]0 NS,JJ •••••• ]061N RNIIICIL 474.411 530,173 763,503 233,330- 763,561 I PREP111lID 10/34/00, 10.03.45 BBPQI'PQPA Bnm X6RxsRBRT IM 5 00 PROCRAX OX6014 9011 rlS 7 3001 AccoOXPIXa PQIOD 10/3686 l9 0 1999 3000 3000 3001 3003 3003 3004 3005 O ACNAI. BUIIOBI REVISED 3000 pROP0580 3001 MOM9w PROPO4® PR 30 PROPOSED •�'.I p ACCOOMI' BOWS! XB3Q AROUlR O Rlmlm BVOOBT •••tlMI1111Q••• BUDC61' •••VARIAIR.Y••• BIIO06S IR BU3106f BUOCQ ,D J 'IOIIN MAMGQ 1'GBX XAXACQ QPRR)INRRS A IXIS'MATIOX 4,598- 139,933 146,919 154.365 161,976 001-0300-407.01-01 PATROIb 134,183 116,313 128,663 3.]50- 13],]60 001-0300-407.01-07 SRVQAXCB COXTIXO®ICT 0 39.300 39,300 0 41,135 1.935- 4J,181 45.140 47.607 49.987 17,]13 ],318- 39,178 41,136 43.193 45,353 001-0300-407.01-09 PA7ROI.L-BEBRPITS 31,593 34,994 ]4.994 0 0 1.575 1,654 1,736 11833 001-0300-407.01-10 SMIXIBC/RECISTRATICMS 1,537 1.500 1.500 0 1,500 - 1.569 1.74] 001-0100-407.01-12 MM 1,701 3.800 3,300 500 3,300 0 3.465 3,9]5 QppIp1N 160,014 305,606 307.656 1,850- 316.497 8,841- 227,323 238.618 350,548 161.075 .• PBRSOIQIBI. SBR lm 160.014 305,006 307,656 1,850- 316.497 8,641- 227,322 338,618 350,548 363,075 001-0200-407.0]-O8 COXSOLTAXT 3,400 3.000 1,500 1,500 3,000 11500- 31000 3.000 3,000 4,000 0 500 001-0200-407.03-14 N4ffQR S IM 1.190 800 - 800 200 525 551 579 608 BRPRBlI 3,590 3.800 2,300 1,500 3,500 1,200- 3.535 J.551 J,579 4,608 •• PURCBAS® SQVIC6 3,590 1.800 3,300 1.500 3.500 1.100- 3.525 3,551 3,579 4,608 001-0300-407.04-06 006,MVXB8 IPS.SUBSQPN 2.067 3,000 3.800 800- 3,000 800 2.100 3,305 2,315 2,431 001-0300-407.04-12 X35CRLIAXROUS 307 1,000 1,000 0 Soo 500 500 500 500 500 001-0300-407.04-15 PRIXI'IXO 0 500 900 400- 500 400 500 500 500 500 • 0-407.04-15 2,374 ],500 4,700 1,200- 3,000 1,700 3,100 3,205 3,315 3,431 •• OPQIITIBO a MI� 3,174 3,500 4,700 1,300- 3,000 1,700 3.100 3,305 3,315 3.431 001-0300-407.06-01 CASK PORCR W 515 1,000 900 100 500 _ 400 1,000 11000 11000 11000 • QPBXOITORR 515 1.000 900 100 500 400 1,000 1,000 1,000 11000 •• CAPITIW 515 1,000 900 100 500 400 1,000 1,000 11000 1,000 ••• AMIXI STRATIOX 166.393 314.106 215.556 1,450- 333,497 7,941- 234,947 246.374 358,643 371.114 I PACd 6 'b 1R13PAM 10/26/00. 10.03,15 soxzar P6EPARATI016 60e1l311M[ Accom rl6o PASIw 10/2000 N a OBOIRAI3 Q OIL POR Px5(211 T 2001 o 209S 1999 2000 2000 3001 2003 ]003 ]006 .r.. O AC'131A1. BVOG6T R69I5'BD 3000 ➢0.pP08® 3001 PROP06® PROe'DB® P p n2 ACCOOBT POlO)10R ARVOMS 066(RSPfI016 l0006i •••VMI313Lt••• 60IG61 •••VAAIAx6C6••• MIIXi6[ BODO6f a J COLTU611L 11RT8 0 500 500 500 Soo 001-0200-409.02-0e C069ULTAlOx' 0 Soo 500 0 500 500 • ®@83301TU33R 0 500 Soo 0 500 0 500 500 500 •• POBdhr10) Se]tVIC66 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 669 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 Soo 500 001-0200-409.04-12 MISC62.I.11N®DUS 669 500 500 0 500 0 • 6),Pp301TORE •• OPOGT28F i MAllrt'eJW�C3 669 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 Soo 0 10,000 20,000 30,000- 10,000 10,000 10.000 10,000 001-0300-409.06-01 CA38 PONpUSRS/ISIBLIC AAT 10,000 10,000 10,000 • )[6PM01.1VR8. 10,000 10,000 0 10,000 20.000 20.000- 10.000 10.000 10.000 •• aexTAL 10,000 10.000 0 10,000 20,000 20,000- 10,000 10,000 10,000 10.000 ••, ��,MTS 10,4e9 11,000 1.000 10,000 21.000 20,000- 11.000 11.000 11.000 11,000 1]6.882 225,106 ]16,556 e.550 266.!9] _____ 37.911- 215.N7 35).3)4 169,442 3e1.111 ' •••• 8W616DI1Ve19 1)6,88] 335,106 216,556 6.550 361,19] - 27,911- 215,911 757,374 369,442 383.114 ________ ••••• )p633 IIBI6ACAt ••••« TqM 13GNM'eA 176,883 235,106 316,556 8.550 311.497 37,911- -----345,967 -----257.374 369,442 383,114 PAGE ) Dom% d PRRPARED 10/24100, 10,03,4S - euDDM PREPARATIOII MORR511E6E ACY.W M PERIOD 10/2000 PROGRAM MG OIL FOR EISQL SEAR 2001 3004 2005 G 1999 2000 2000 3001 x002 200] N ACTOAL BUOLET pEVt56D 2000 PROPOS® 2001 PROPDS® PROPOSBD pm� BIIOU6Y OI ACCOUNT MNJ06R ACCOUM DESCRIPLI011 BBDGAI' •••VARIAMC6••• BDDG6P •••VARIAM(3••• B000Al BUDGET b V IOIAD CLERK lOR1i CT.000 8RP6NDI]NfES 0414.01 AOMIAIS]RATIOA 001-0300-414.01-01 PAYROLL 45,905 29.375 55,758 36,18]- 59,10] ].345- H,J04 6),518 )0,896 74. 001-0300-414.01-00 PAYROLL-O IMR 1,830 1.6+3 3,428 1,785- 11830 3,591 1,933 3,018 3,119 3,335 001-0300-+14.01-09 PAYROLL-RMFIM 11.998 8.836 15,009 6.171- 13,500 ] 490 19.795 550 21 550 31 550 24,250 550 001-0300-414.01-10 TRAINING/RBGISIRATIOMS 39 550 550 0 0 O 0 001-0300-41+.01-12 M 330 0 0 0 0 TR 0 • 60,002 40,404 74,745 34,141- 79.903 ERPQf4DINRE 5,x48- 86,570 91,)61 %.x29 101,466 •• POISpM6t. SMVICES 60,003 40,40+ 74.745 34.341- 79.983 5,238- 66,570 91,367 96,239 101,466 0 16.800 0 1),004 17.304 17,80+ 17,30+ 001-0300-414.03-03 BVILDIM-CLEAVING 16,500 16.800 16,800 001-0300-414.02-04 BUILVIMO-MASMAD04CR 0 3.000 3.800 1-BOO 1.800 653 1,epo eoo 1.000 eoo 001-0300-+14.02-1+ COMRACP SERVICE 1.820 3.250 3.250 0 8,250 5,000- 3.250 ],x50 3,250 2,150 001-0300-414.03-]] EpUIP/MAIM)YGPlOtL/PITT2Y 2,054 1.900 2.100 x00- 2,100 0 ],100 3,100 ],100 ],100 0 4,404 704- 4.404 4.404 4,404 4.624 001-0300-414.03-20 BUUIP/MIM AGAE042f/COPY 2,914 3.700 3.700 p 650 650 650 650 001-0300-414.03-29 RMIMEM REPAIRS )3J - 650 500 150 500 8,500 001-0300-+14.01-49 POSTAGE 6,744 8,500 8.600 100- 8.500 100 8.500 8.500 8.500 2 45.229 001-0300-414.02-43 IlELEPRONE 37,013 40,994 39,500 x,4% 38.104 396 41.)91 +x•6]3 +9,866 10.161 001-0300-414.03-44 UTILITIES 9.274 9.029 9.039 0 9,039 0 4,200 4,200 p 9.300 0 +.300 4,]00 +,x00 4.300 001-0300-414.02-63 ROARDSIC ISSIM DINNER 3,997 4,200 4.200 0 6,265 0 6,683 ],O1) ],367 7,735 001-0300-434.03-64 OIRISTMAS PARTY 6.0x0 6,365 6,465 001-0300-+14.02-76 eAPW RELATIOUS 6.88] ].450 1,450 0 8.330 770- 7.500 8.380 91800 5,0 0 4+0 0 440 440 440 4+0 001-0300-41+.02-77 DVUIP MNR!AUREADO[/PAR 423 440 440 ] 113.593 111.019 ERPBADITURE 95.025 105,078 101,>H 3.244 107.712 5.918- 108.7x2 110,1 5 •• PVROIASED SERVICES 95,025 105.078 101,734 3.344 107,712 5.978- 108.723 110.257 - 113.593 111.019 001-0)00-914.09-02 BUILDING).EASE PAYM6AI3 185.]61 201,860 200.000 11860 202,149 3,1+9- 206.213 214,459 367,000 276,800 p 370 370 370 370 nEMB9tSR IPS,SUBSCRPT 783 370 J)0 0 370 +00 +00 +00 400 001-0300-414.04-06 DUBS, SO- 450 0 001-0300-419.04-07 EUVIPMOPE 85 400 +50 300 300 0 300 200 0 400 0 300 300 001-0300-41+.04-00 NRNINRE 6.x89 35,459 459- 36,733 38,069 39.473 JD.946 001-0300-414.04-09 IASVRANCR 16,3]9 J3,389 x5.000 p 1,785 1,874 1,968 2.066 s70 1.700 1,)00 0 1.700 11800 001-0300-a1+.04-1z X25CELJ.ANROVS 0 1,800 1,450 1.400 001-0300-414.04-1s PRIMING 1.410 x,150 1,800 Js0 1.800 0 450 +50 +50 450 419 450 450 0 450 001-0300-414.04-23 SUPPLI6-BUILDING 570- 900 300 11200 1,200 1,300 1,300 001-0300-41+.044] SUPPLIES-CLBANIPG 891 630 1,200 9,300 0 9.x00 9.200 9,300 001-0300-414.0+-24 SUPPL2E5-COPEEE 5.706 5.500 9.300 3.700- 9.300 30- 150 %so 150 150 001-0300-41+.04.25 SUPPLIES-MTA "R SSIM 222 158 150 8 160 0 10,00D 0 10,300 10,609 10,937 11.354 001-0300-414.04-20 SUPPLIES-OFFICE 7.203 10,000 10,000 0 4.089 4,213 4.338 4,468 001-0300-414.04-35 V611ICL8-CAS 6 OIL 2,680 3.500 3.970 1.470- 3.970 129 294 302 311 320 310 423 423 0 384 1,96] 001-0300-+14.04-37 VEBICLR INSURANCE ] 954- 3,000 754 1.800 1.854 11910 001-0300-414.04-38 V81=-PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 1,164 3,800 2, 54 • ]Z1.653 259.5]0 x57,)67 1,763 259.193 1,+25- 26).08] 175.249 329,796 341, ERPVIDIxvRE •• OPERATING 6 MAIATRIANC6 3x3,653 x59.530 35],767 1.763 259,193 1,435- 36],08] 375,349 339,796 341,691 1,300 001-0300-414.06-01 GS]I PVRd M 5,554 23,042 30,400 3.643 15,132 5.260 8.989 ]3.400 6,410 400 0 400 000 0 400 0 400 001-0300-414.06-03 iU1ROMARE 422- 7.289 1,289- 7.289 7,389 7,289 7.653 001-0300-414.06-03 LEME PAYMBNTS 4.638 5.578 6,OOD PN31PAM 10/24/00, 30.03,45 BIIDC6'[PNNP6N11TION N011R4N6ET im 0 Om0 G PROCRN4 MSOIL M PISCAL T 3001 AR3JIM23N0 P6NIOD 10/3000 f0 1999 5000 2000 2001 2002 2003 3004 2005 W ACI111S 6ll0IS3 R2VI86D 2000 PROPON® 2001 PIlOP06® PRJP06® P0.0P09® 3'60P0N® N 6UN06I •••VANIANC6••• t1100R •••VMIANCN••• 600081' H00ISL 6V006L N0006I y p� ARPJIII'NIIImER ACCOONI' 0N9QIPTION b • pIP610lITUR6 10.191 29.020 36.600 2,320 1],6]1 3.979 16.676 31,269 14.219 9.353 J •• aPlyylL 10,192 39.030 26.600 3.520 23,631 3,979 16.616 31.369 14.319 9.351 .•. CAIAt11L M INIff TI0N 366.671 434.033 461.046 27,014- 469,706 6.663- 479.053 508,062 553.637 563,429 PREPARSO 10124/00. 10,03,45 auocrr 4EEPARATlOM RORYSBBRY PALE 9 a PROQ101 OM601L POR YISCAL Y6AR 2001 ACWUM M PERIOD 1013000 1999 2000 2000 - 2001 2002 3003 2004 2005 A O AC-N1U. BOOG62 AEPIStD 3000 PROPp9m 2001 PINtOB® PR0605® PROPOSm O q A2COIBII MIlO3Q ACCOVRY DESCRIPTIOM 0U008T •••VAAIAM3••• DUOG6Y •••VARIAMC6••• DOLC6T BIIO06i BVOGeY b J LBGISLATm SUPPORT 001-0300-416.01-01 PAYROLL 50,531 67,663 65,994 1.76t 6].6]1 1,91]- 74,071 ]6,]25 60,561 04,589 001-0300-416.01-09 PAYROLL-OVEATIM6 - 3,091 1.644 3,436 1,]94- 4.543 1,115- 4,770 5,006 5,259 5,520 001-0300-416.01-09 PAYROLL-Bm IT3 12,993 16,762 11,926 634 21.500 3.5)3- 33,005 - 24.615 36,339 28,1!] 001-0300-416.01-10 TRAIMIIIG/REOIS TIOMS 3.122 1,290 11390 0 1,515 225- 11515 1,515 11515 1,515 001-0300-416.01-12 TRAVEL 453 500 700 200- 700 0 600 600 600 600 REPEHOITURE 69.179 69,659 69.240 619 %.129 6.669- 303.f61 309.46) 114,]7] 1]0.406 •. P6RSOMMQ. 56RV3CE5 69,179 69,859 89,240 619 %.129 6.699- 103.%1 100,463 114,273 130.406 001-0300-416.02-14 NM11UK,1'SERVICES 4,400 3.000 3.000 0 3,000 0 3.000 3.000 3.000 3,000 001-0300-416.02-23 I2,ECI'IORS 3,674 4.000 4.000 0 6.000 4,000- 4.000 4,000 4.000 4.000 001-0300-416.02-28 WUIPMOYY/MAIMT ACREEMRR' 790 760 760 0 783 33- 780 793 783 793 001-0300-416.02-29 EQUI141EI4T-REPAIRS 0 250 350 100- 350 0 350 250 350 250 001-0300-416.02-37 MICROPIMIIIG 2.091 2,000 2,000 0 2,000 0 3,000 ],000 ].000 10,033 • mtPHNITURB 10,955 10,010 10,110 100- 14.133 4,023- 10,033 10,033 10,033 •• PURCEA56D SERYlCES 10.955 10,010 10,110 100- 14.133 4.023- 10.033 10,033 10,033 10,033 001-0300-416.04-01 AOVAfTISIMO 190 250 650 400- 650 0 650 650 650 650 001-0300-416.04-07 EOUIPMOPS 313 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001-0300-416.04-06 N 12URE 0 300 300 0 300 0 300 300 300 300 9,871 8.000 5,500 2,500 5,500 0 5,500 5,500 5,500 5,500 001-0300-416.04-10 LEGAL MOT2C65 250 0 250 -350 250 350 001-0300-416.04-12 MISCELI.AR8gi9 546 250 350 0 500 500 500 500 001-0300-416.04-15 PRIMIM 116 400 500 100- 500 0 0 1,000 1.000 1,000 11000 001-0300-416.04-17 RECORD RETB lm 427 700 1.000 300- 1.000 36- 400 0 400 400 400 400 001-0300-416.04-19 REPSREMCE LIBRARY 391 374 400 300 300 300 300 001-0300-416.04-21 SOYIEARE 0 300 300 0 400 0 • �ImE _ 11,854 11,074 9,400 1,674 9,400 0 9.400 91400 9.400 9.400 •• OPERATIMG L MAIMEfOU3C6 11.654 11.074 9.400 1.674 9.400 0 9.400 9.400 9,400 9,400 4,674 5,420 1.450 3,970 11.294 9,034- 61600 1,100 0 0 001-0300-416.06-01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 • EEPSHDITGRE 4,674 5.420 1,450 3.970 11.294 9,134- 6,600 1.100 •• CAPSSAL 4,674 5,420 1.450 3,970 11,264 9.834- 6,600 1,100 0 0 ••• LEG3SI Tl" SUPPORT 96,662 116,363 110.200 61163 130.946 20,746- 129.994 120,996 133,705 139,839 PACB 10 d PRBPAR9O 10/24/00, 10.03,4s 90006[PRRPARATIOM Mo2001 ACCI IMO MIOO 10/]000 PROCPNI fe1601L POR PSSCAL TM 3001 0° 1999 2000 2000 2001 300] 300] 2004 2005 H 8 AC1xIAL BUDC.6I RWIM 3000 PROPOSeO) 3001 PROPO4'® Pw Pfto ® � ACC.QMI MUMBBR ACCOUMt DeSCRIPTICM eUOCR •••VARIA18:6••• DOOO6I •••VAaiAMCB••• BIICL'6'T b N TOMM mmx 001-0300-418.01-01 PAIROLL ]),943 48,976 31.533 17,444 32,477 94s- 3).67) 39,561 41,5]9 IJ. 1,193 832 1,71+ 892- 3,634 1,930- 3.816 4,007 4.307 4,417 001-0300-419.01-08 PAYROLL-O TIM8 4,779 10.002 1,246- 10,702 11.451 13,263 13,111 001-0300-418.01-09 PAYROLL-BBMBPTIS 8.135 13,535 8.756 1,400 J,e00 2,000- 3,900 11800 1.800 1,Soo 001-0300-419.01-30 i1NIMIMO/RROISSRATIOISS 1.493 ],Boo 1,000 100- Soo 100 Soo 600 600 oo 600 001-0300-+16.01-12 TRAVM 493 soo 600 0 °CRRO 0 0 0 0 0 001-0300-419.01-13 RRTIRBPIBR[ IT 1.023- 0 0 St,J19 60,199 63, 444 • MPIMITVR6 47,286 67,033 44,402 23,631 50,413 6,011- 54.495 •• PmLSQ01Q. BBRV4C65 47,296 67.033 44,+02 33,631 60.411 6,011- s4,49S 57,319 60,299 63,444 001-0300-418.04-01 AOVRIQISI110 3,007 1,500 1.500 0 1,500 0 I.s00 !,Soo 1,500 1,500 001-0300-418.04-06 OVBS,M@mAlSISIPS,SVBBCRPT 213 420 soo 00- 600 0 soo soo soo soo 300 so 300 200 200 200 001-0300-419.04-07 COMMENT 10 300 250 so- 0 400 400 400 400 001-0300-418.04-08 a 17= 721 400 300 100 300 001-0300-410.0+-12 MISC6L3dM9WS 258 300 300 0 300 0 300 300 300 300 0 100 100 100 100 001-0300-+19.04-15 PRIWIM 132 100 100 V loo 0 100 loo 100 100 001-0300-410.04-25 SOPPLIBS-DATA Pa0C855IM0 13 100 100 ]o ],000 50 3.100 ].100 ],100 3,100 • 9RPBMDITURB 4.353 3,030 3,OSa •• OPBPATIMC L MAItO[BNAMCB 4.353 3,020 3,050 30- 3,000 s0 3,100 3,100 3,100 3,100 780 40- 780 0 780 780 780 760 p 001-0300-419.05-18 TIOMS-TIM )70 7+0 780 780 700 • IMPE2011VRB 770 740 780 40- Teo 0 780 •• S TIOMS 770 740 780 40- )eo o � 7eo Teo Teo 799 2,700 3.000 x,+00- ° ° ° ° 001-0300-419.06-01 CASK PIMCRA-,BS 0 3,300 400 750 400- 450 450 450 450 001-0300-418.06-03 BARIMPRE 0 750 450 Boa _ 001-0300-+19.06-09 SOFISIAaB - 0 500 soo 0 500 0 500 soo soo 960 • 3,000 4,250 3,700- 950 950 950 UPM)ITM 0 4.560 1,550 •, CAPS,[RL o 4.660 1.660 3.000 4,360 3,700- 960 960 950 960 8,661- 59,325 62,149 65,129 68,374 ••• TOXM CLBRR 52.409 75.343 49,78 15.561 58,4{l ------------ ------------ ------------ ____________ 307 - 753.671 711.643 MO •••• 1WPIITORBS 537.9+3 635.738 631.038 4, 30 659.091 39.069- 661,371 699, ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ••••• TOMM CL6RR - 4.710 669.097 Je,069- 667,371 699.307 753.671 771.542 537,943 625,738 631,028 ------- ------- ------- ----- -------------- •••••• ]OM14 tLBRx SJ7,943 ----- ----- 626.738 631,039 4.110 669,097 38.069- 667,371 699.301 753,671 771. PREPARED 10/24100, 10,03,45 Eut62ET PREPARATION RoxAeaEET rA2e 11 mQ P�OOn TOR rlb T 2001 AceOOwrsNti PERIOD 30/2000 A G 1999 2000 2000 2001 3002 2003 2004 2005 p, 8 tj ACiVA1 E000R R6PI5® ]000 PlOP06® 2001 PAOPOStD PROPOE60 PROPOSm PROP03® O tj AROIRrT R19®ER ACRAR+1'p66CRIPTION 60DOE1' •••VARIANCE••• D11006T •••PARtANCE••• OVOOET 66106Et 6V006T 600061' `p J RNANC6 TIMAC6 pIPA1DI1VR144 AOMINIS2RATION 001-0400-423.01-01 PAAOIY 141.605 176,976 164,793 14,165 19),61) )2,034- ]03,496 ]13.500 ]]6,560 240,205 001-0400-423.01-00 PATROLFOVERTINE 11.119 2.500 6.600 6.100- 8.750 4.64) 2.500 3.500 3.500 6,500 ]64 76,359 001-0400-423.01-09 PATROLL-6A0ETtT6 31,486 45.604 43,040 2.764 56,354 15.314- 6],J]] 66.695 71, 001-0400-4 23.01-10 TAAI6tN0/R60x6TAATIONE 1,512 2.660 2,060 600 2.660 600- 2,60° ],600 1.600 1.60° 2.760 1.603 1,601 0 1.6°3 0 1.603 1,803 1.608 11603 001-0400-423.01-12 TRAVEL 0 p 0 0 0 001-0400-423.01-13 RLTIPEN61rT CR®IT 4,011- 0 0 0 0 IDIPOD)ITUR6 164,621 231,765 220,816 11,449 264,111 43.595- 277,813 19],551 000.134 ]34.547 .. P6EEORRl,,=71M 164,621 ]]1,765 230,816 11,449 264.111 43.795- 335,613 ]9],551 600.114 324,547 001-0400-426.02-01 AWIT 14.763 17.345 15,670 1.47S 16,446 576- 16,946 17.446 17.946 16,446 001-0400-433.02-06 COI.LEC m r6E0 12,003 12,605 25.000 13,395- 26,500 1.500- 3],070 34.7290 36.460 36 ,290 001-0400-423.02-14 COIr1AACT 6m 1" 150 0 9,000 9.000- 0 91000 17S 2S- 175 0 155 105 105 001-0400-421.0249 EDDIPN6NT REPAIRS 1R 150 105 0 1,500 3,500 0.500 31500 001-0400-423.02-35 NIQOTIDRRO 7.476 2,400 3,500 1.100- 3,s00 OpRDI1VRE 34,546 32,500 51,545 21,045- 46.621 6,914 51.696 55.850 56.066 60.409 - •• PORC m SEEVICEE 34,546 32,500 51,545 21,045- 46,621 6,9]4 SJ.696 55,650 56.066 60,409 001-0400-413.04-06 D060, 1,360 1.310 1,350 1,390 N0466ASAIPS.SVES011E 900 1.101 I.503 35- 1.243 )0 1,260 1,260 1.260 1.360 1.246 750 1,260 510- 1,360 2,720 001-0400-4]3.04-12 NISCOT.APEOl16 542- ],520 0 3,720 2.730 2,530 001-0400-423.04-15 PAINTING 2,001 2.176 2.320 001-0{00-430.0445 BVPPLIB6-DATA PROC659tNG 4,009 4.650 4,650 0 4.090 140- 4.934 5.092 5.334 5.891 001-0400-421.04-20 EVPPL16.9-OASC6 1.394 1,545 1.600 255- 1,654 54- 1.509 1,%6 ],035 1,066 • E1Lp�1D21'OR6 10,673 10,395 11,617 1.042- 11,663 230- 1],10] 12.346 13,596 13,654 •• 10,672 10,295 11.637 2. NAIR18100A.3 1.042- 11,667 200- 12,203 12,046 11,596 12.654 OPd TIN0 1,000 1,000- 0 1,000 0 0 0 0 001-0400-423.06-01 CA611 PURCRA986 e.sbx 0 0 0 0 • BtP6NDI1VR6 0,562 0 1,000 1,000- 0 1.000 0 .. cAPxraL 8,562 a 1,000 1.000- 0 1.000 0 0 0 ° 11.936- 322,599 16.101- 343.613 360,747 176.796 397,610 ••• AOMIRIS[RAT1014 D6,421 I74.560 206,4 96 I PREPAR80 PA 13 10/24/00, 100145 av PAT10 Mm WW PROGRAM M601L }OR FIBW.YEAR 2001 ACLWRI'5110 P JW 30/2000 N 1999 2000 2000 2001 ]003 ]OOJ 3004 ]005 J O IKTVAL 6V006T RE9I9w 2000 PROPDB® 2001 PROPOB® pROP05® 49IOPo9ED PROP06® Accwwr 1110IDBR ACNIIIFI' DE IPRW BULA26S •••9AR[ARt••• 60O43t •••9ARxARC6••• BII006Y BUDO6S BUOC6S BIIOG6Y •�-A a J P424.01-L 001-0400-434.01-01 PAYROLL 58,195 15.107 19.691 4,384- 41,497 1,486- 43.236 45.690 47,668 50.051 001-0400-424.01-08 PAYROLL-096RTIME 1,113 300 1,360 1,060- 680 660 680 680 680 680 001-0400-434.01-09 PAYROLL-8018FIT6 6,461 8,924 10,366 1.442- 11,535 1,169- 12,343 1J.206 14.300 15.119 001-0400-42 4.01-10 TIMIMIM/R80ISTRATIORE 0 300 300 0 300 0 100 100 200 200 001-0400-424.01-12 TRA 0 200 300 0 -200 0 200 I00 300 300 6IIPdO1S 37,789 45.031 51,917 6.086- 53,892 1,975- 56,758 59.784 63.978 66,350 PBRRMM®, 88µ93C65 67,789 45,031 S1.917 6.886- 53.693 1.975- 56,756 59.704 63,978 66,250 001-0400-424.02-08 C011611I,SAR1' 3,261 1,500 5.000 31500- 1,500 11500 1.500 5,000 1.500 1,500 • [I[PA4DII 3,263 1,500 - 51000 3.500- 1.500 3.500 1.500 5.000 1.500 11500 •• PORCM m 8E[N[C88 3.262 1,500 5.000 3,500- 11500 3.500 1.500 51000 1.500 11500 001-0400-424.04-01 AW ZSIM0 71989 0 6.000 6,000- 0 6,000 1,000 0 1,000 0 001-0400-42 4.04-06 OURS.M814B®lE11IPB.SUBSCRSII 137 130 130 0 130 0 130 130 130 130 001-0400-434.04-12 M25Cm.LUn008 653 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0400-434.0445 60PPLIES-MTA PROC6881M0 384 675 675 0 695 20- 716 737 759 782 001-0400-424.04-28 330µµ.I85-OFFICE 1,079 718 718 0 740 22- 762 785 609 833 • p[P I3 z 10,242 1,523 7,533 6,000- 1,565 5.958 2.608 1.652 2.698 1,745 •• OPERASIMC L BMINf61W�CE 10,242 1.523 7.523 6,000- 1,565 5,958 2,608 1,653 2,698 1,745 ••• PERSOM881. 51,394 46,054 64.440 16,386- 56,957 7.483 60.866 66,436 67.176 69,595 PREPARED 10/34/00, 10.03.45 EDODET PREPARASTOI MoRRSMEET ME 13 a PROGRAM 016011 MR FISCAL YEAR 2001 ACOpORIIBA PERIOD 10/3000 0 1999 3000 3000 3001 2003 2003 2004 3005 8 ACNAL ffcm t REVISED 3000 PROVOS® 3001 PAO➢fISS7ID PROP086D BI1D26L OI O• AC20VMY MUlOSER ACC01Rf1't*=RIPTI04 M=r •••9ARIAIRE••• BODOE3 •••PARIMCE••• EIIOO6P BI)DG6l' L J INPOWUTIOR "NTS4S 476 001-0400-435.01-01 PAYROLL 37.305 54,277 43.845 10,4)3 55,51) 11.660- 58,299 61,203 64,363 6), 001-0400-435.01-00 PATWL3,-OPAITIME 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001-0400-435.01-09 PAYROLL-BENSPITS ).002 14,584 11,451 3,133 16,300 4,849- 17,441 19.663 19.968 31,366 001-0400-425.01-10 MINIM 0 2.500 300 2.300 4,)00 4,000- ].000 3,000 3.000 3.000 001-Ot00-435.01-13 TRAVEL li 1,000 700 300 1,000 300- 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 E)2MONITORE 44,344 72,861 S6,796 16,065 77,613 20,817- 00.330 04,365 88,731 93,342 •• PAISOIdeI.B®tVICES 44,344 72,961 56,796 16.065 77.613 20,917- $0.330 94,365 88,731 93,343 001-0400-435.03-14 CON3RACT S® ICE 0.846 6,500 8.755 2,355- 35,530 16,765- 25.600 35.600 35,600 35.600 001-0400-435.03-25 MUIIMENT NAIMPRIARCE 348 1,000 1.000 0 500 300 600 500 500 500 001-0400-425.02-38 SOFMAZ MAINTENANCE 2].170 34.068 31,618 3,450 23.920 3,10]- 34,fi]8 35,171 ]6,130 26,100 001-0100-435.03-43 TELEP110NE 9 0 6e 68- 100 32- 100 100 100 001-0400-425.03-44 506TMARE LIC8 l= 10,342 10.135 6,5]3 3,55] 6.100 1D 6.100 6,100 6,100 6,100 • 42,915 41,69] 38.014 IDITORE 3,679 56,140 10.126- 56.938 57.677 54.438 59,322 EIPO •• PORCMSEO SERVICES 42,915 41,693 36,014 3.679 56.140 19,136- 56,939 57,677 50.438 59,322 100 100 100 100 001-0400-435.04-06 D116B, NRIBERSNIPS 6 SOBSC 0 100 100 0 100 0 400 400 400 400 001-0400-435.04-13 NISCBLIANE013 0 500 657 43 400 Si 001-0400-435.04-2S SUPPLIBS-DATA PRO SING 635 680 610 )0 800 190- 834 849 874 500 • 1 6TP010IWRE ,]80 .161 113 1,300 133- 1.334 5,349 1,374 1.100 6l5 1 •• OPSMTINO c MIMIEIPPCB 635 1,390 1,167 113 1,300 133- 1,324 1,349 1.374 1,400 001-0400-435.06-01 CABS PORCEASES 43.473 40,000 40.090 90- 40,300 310- 73.555 45,500 45,500 45,500 • 9V- 40,100 310- 71.555 45,500 45,500 45,500 QPRNIIVNE U,473 40,000 40.090 •• CAPITAL 43,473 40,000 40,090 90- 40,300 310- 73.555 45,500 4$,500 45.500 ••• SNPORNATIOR STSTBMS 131.367 155.934 136,067 19.767 175,353 39.386- 212,047 186.991 194,043 199.464 ------------ ---------- ------------ ------------ ------------ --------- •••• BEPBNDITVREB 431,082 478,448 487,005 6.557- 551,909 6i,-904 904- 616.535 616.071 610,015 666,06 ------------ ------------ ••••• FINANCE 4]1,09] 478,446 187.005 61557- 554,909 67,904- 616,525 616,074 640.015 666. ------------ ------------ ------------ ..•••• PINIOICE 431.082 479,448 487.005 6,557- 554,909 61,904- 616,535 616.074 610.015 PREPARED 10/24/00, 10,03.45 BODOEP mtIPARATld 11DR][SRRf PAGE 14 9' PROGRAM d601L mm FISCAL YGR 2001 ACCWRPlm PRIOD 10/3000 R 1999 2000 2000 2001 3002 3003 2004 3005 r � x001 v3oeos® PROPOS® PROPOS® PROPOS® p N 11C-I1D1I. BDUCIT RNIS® 3000 4320403® BQOCEY 800064 ,-� ON ACCOIIR-1'M)FlBBR ACCOIMf DESCRIVPId - lUIXie} �••VMT111RS�•• BOIXC6P •..VARIARCe:•�• SIJDOSP SUD061' J C06mI m DIVQ/JPKRPY COMMNIlw DNBIORIR2Y e2P6MDIYQRPB ADKINISTMTIOK 633- 1)),5)1 186,449 195.))1 305,506 001-0500-432.01-01 PAIROLL 100,914 128,100 156,412 2l,)/2- 169,115 13, 450 450 450 450 001-0500-432.01-06 PAYROLL-Ol pt]'IeR 151 450 Soo 50- 650 50 001-0500-433.01-09 PAYROLL-BEN6PIT3 20,460 26,983 43.192 16,309- 49.341 6,149- 52,795 56.491 60,445 64.616 001-0500-432.01-10 TRAINIKO/REGISTRATIONS 751 1,000 500 500 1.000 500- 11000 1.000 1.000 3.6600 1. 001-0500-+33.01-12 TRA 6,465 1,600 600 1,000 1.600 1,0000- 1,6000 1.6000 1.6000 000 001-oso0-432.01-13 RET1R04eI'1'auoxT 1,en- o 0 0 0 ERPAIDINRE 126.050 158,733 201,274 42,541- 321.50620,23x- 2]].416 145.990 ]59,261 2)3.332 .. PER50104p, SERVIM 126,850 150.933 201,374 42.541- 231,506 20,232- 333.416 245,990 IS9,269 273.232 001-0500-433.03-14 CaYI'RACt SERVICES 11,666 1,600 181000 16.400- 1,300 16.800 1,300 1.300 1.200 1,500 001-0500-433.02-28 ■QUIP/MAI1R A R®4KC/COPY 1,919 1.500 1,500 0 1,500 0 1,500 1,500 1.500 )50- 350 150 350 350 250 350 001-0500-432.02-29 EQOI PMBCl REPAIRS 315 350 1,000 O 0 200 300 300 300 PR 001-0500-433.03-32 EICMT/SIIIVPIMO ES 530 218 200 le 300 450 450 0 450 0 450 450 450 001-0500-4)2.03-3] MICROFILM IMO 0 +50 1,300 001-0500-432.02-38 Pi]mNIMO cam DINNER o 1,:00 1.2ao 0 1,200 0 1.200 1.200 1.200 001-0500-433.02-42 SERVICES-DATA PROCBSSSNG 0 291 150 321 2so 450- 050 050 ]50 250 . 62P01DI1VRE 14.+59 5,419 23.500 ll,011- 51050 19,450 5,050 5,050 5,050 5,050 PUROIA,SED SElTim 14,459 5.489 23,500 17.011- 5.050 17,450 5,050 S.050 51050 5.050 - 9,500- 1,500 ).500 1,500 1.500 1.500 1,500 001-0500-432.04-01 ADVBRTISIMO - 6.264 1,500 91000 Soo 0 500 0 500 500 500 900 001-0500-433.04-06 OVRO,MEMBENSIII PS.SUBSCRPT 169 500 500 400- 100 400 800 900 600 001-0500-432.04-08 P MME su eoo 1.30a 001-0500-432.04-12 MISC6fA.AM80ilS 1,632 1.000 1,300 300- 1,000 300 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,500 0 500 0 Soo 500 500 001-0500-+32.04-15 PLINKING CCMK e0tPR25P9 154 500 500 0 1.500 1.500 11500 1,500 001-0500-432.04-15 MIMING 43+ 1,500 1.500 0 11500 500 0 500 500 500 500 001-0500-433.0+-19 REPnlass- LIBRARY 803 500 500 0 500 +0 550 500 50 500 0 500 500 500 1,900 001-0500-432.04-35 S MIIS-DATA PROCPSSING 150- 1.900 0 1.900 1.900 1,900 001-0500-433.04-28 SUPPLIES-OFFICE 1,205 1,750 1.900 8,300 0.)00 6.700 0,900 8.)00 . pIPOMDI'NRE 11.450 0,600 16,900 9,300- 8,700 OP TING 6 mlNrmvAxcs 11,+50 9,600 16,900 0.300- 6.700 9.200 8.700 9,100 81700 8,700 1,000 001-0500-432.06-01 CASK PORCEASES 5,979 25.000 61000 19.000 9,200 J,300- 9.000 9,000 8,0000 0 000 1 5 0 . ,300 3,100 0 1.300 0 001-0500-+31.06-02 pARDNARE 0 15,000 10,000 10.000- 10.000 10,000 10.000 10,000 F ME 960 15,000 EEPRIDlT s 6.939 45,000 9.300 )).100 19.300 11,900- 11,000 16,000 18,000 11.00 001-0500-433.06-09 SO GPITAL 6.939 +5,000 9,300 3),)00 19.300 11,900- 16,000 19,000 19.000 16,000 ..� AIMIMIS)RATId 159.698 31),82] 341.994 30.153- 254,456 6,482- 265.166 211.740 291,017 304.983 PAC[ 15 O pREPARm 30 124/00, 30,03+45 BUOC6Y PREPARATIW NDRRSReer 0 PROGRAM O160IL 80R RISOAL YSO1R 2001 AOLp018iING P6RIW 10/]000 R 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 N S ACTVAL 800681' lsm 2000 PROPD3® ]001 PROPOSm PmPO3m PROPO^® R M ARYMIRx IRS4BBR ACN1/1Pf D65CRIPTIOM BUDG61' •••YARIANO6••• IRlDOSP •••PARIARC6••• 1RN681' 11AG6! BIICL'6Y J ZWIRO/IA1NG RAlIC6 PI.M 001-0500-433.01-01 PAIROLL 132,696 206,314 205,759 3.055 256,677 51,936- 371.611 366,191 299,451 114,124 001-0500-433.01-08 PAYROLL-OP®tYIMB 16,094 51000 12,000 1.000- 5,000 ),000 5,000 512 ]0,096 )5,004 60,255 001-0500-433.01-09 PAYROLL-BSOIZPIY3 27.972 42,836 44,037 1,211- 61,336 1],169- 65, 001-0500-433.01-10 YRAINIRO/RBGISIRASI029 2,205 1,600 1,500 300 2.500 1,000- 2,500 2,500 2.500 I.500 001-0500-433.01-12 TRAPm 2,929 1,150 1,000 150 1.500 Soo- 1,500 3,500 1.500 3.500 • =PDIYORB 184.0% 259.590 264.296 4,706- 338,903 64,607- 346,123 365.289 383,455 40],679 6R •• PBRSONNBL 320IViOPS 164.0% 359,590 264,296 4.706- 328,903 64,607- 346,123 365.289 363,455 403,679 18,600 001-0500-433.03-08 CQ13OL7'AR'P 2,4% 16,800 18,800 0 0 16.800 18,600 16,600 16,600 001-0500-431.02-14 NR[RACT SIDNSOB 27,560 10,000 5.000 5.000 10,000 51000- 10,000 10.000 10,000 10,000 �pp®SNRB 30,074 36,600 23.600 5,000 26,800 6,000- 26,600 26,800 26,600 28,600 .. PURO0.4m 38RYICE3 30.074 28,800 23.800 51000 28.600 5,000- 26,800 28,600 38,600 36,600 001-0500-431.04-06 111183.MWlRSNIP3.SUBSCRPN 104 750 750 0 1.000 250- 1.000 11000 11000 1,000 RC 445 750 1.200 130- 1,000 300 1.000 11000 300 3•I 001-0500-433.04-15 PRIWI SO 001-0500-433.04-18 RZP8A0 LIBRARY 120 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 1,128 1.300 1.500 200- 1,500 0 11500 11500 1.500 1,500 UPPL 001-0500-433.04-28 SI63-OPPIC6 700 650- 3,750 50- 3.750 3.750 2.850 3,750 • tZ08M027VR6 1,797 J.050 ], - •• OP6RAYlm 6 MAINS6NAMO8 1,797 3,050 3,700 650- 3,750 50- 3.750 3.750 2.850 3,750 001-0500-433.05-02 RWIWAL PL IW S D185 0 5,000 3.750 1,350 5.000 1.250- 5,000 51000 5,000 51000 • 621P DlN 0 5.000 3.750 1,250 5,000 1.250- 5,000 51000 51000 51000 •• CRAR19 6 1 TIOM3 0 5,000 3.750 1.250 5.000 1,250- 5,000 51000 5,000 5,000 ••• ZONING/LONG RAMG6 PIAN 215,967 296,440 295,546 894 366,453 70.907- 383.673 402,639 430.105 441.129 PRBPAR39 10/24/00, 10,03.45 BOCGES PREPARATI014 NORRSMET PAGE 16 m Q P4YIORAN 4x6.11 9OR 9ISCAL YEAR 2001 ACCCIRISINO PERI00 1012000 A 6 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 )1CNAL BVOCeT REVISED 2000 PROFOS® 2001 PROP PROVOSED PROP056D PROP056D N ACCOIMS BERBER ACCOURL DGScDIPS1oM BUOG61' •••vARIANa••• BOD06T •••vARIA2Rn••• evoONr IRMIS' 69D43L BUDGET .�� ON v M35.01 Rssou6a PLM/MCI 001-0500-4]5.01-01 PATROLL 56,992 79.061 65,160 13,901 16.6]] 11,517- 601511 64.536 66.]6] 93.201 001-0500-435.01-06 PATROLL-PARS TIME 0 4,600 0 4,600 4,600 4,600- 4,600 0 0 0 001-0500-435.01-06 PAYROLL-OVERTIME 6,396 61000 3,000 3.000 3,000 0 31150 3,000 3,000 3,000 001-0500-435.01-09 PAYROLL-BENEFITS 10,230 16,262 14,071 2.191 15,720 1,649- 16.620 17.996 19,256 20.606 001-0500-435.01-30 3NASPING/REGISTRATIONS 1,764 2,500 2,250 250 2,250 0 2,250 2,250 2.250 2,250 001-0500-435.01-12 TRAM 2,763 3,600 2,250 1,550 2,250 0 2.250 2,250 2,250 2,250 B2PAIOITURB 00.147 112,423 66,731 25,692 104,697 17.966- 109.761 110,034 115.521 121,307 •• P®t5QM62. SERVICES 00,147 112,423 66,731 25.692 104,697 17,966- 109,761 110.034 115,521 121,]0] 001-0500-435.02-08 CONSULTANT 9.426 6,000 6,000 0 61000 0 6,000 6.000 6,000 6,000 001-0500-435.02-09 CONSULTMS-EPCIN6ER 3,000 10,000 5,000 5.000 10,000 51000- 10,000 10.000 10,000 10,000 001-0500-435.02-14 CONTRACT SERVICE 11,225 6.500 6.000 500 S,o00 11000 5,000 5.000 5,000 51000 001-0500-435.02-43 TELEPHONE 1.214 750 Soo 250 so* 0 Soo 500 Soo Soo • OO)690ITUM 24,667 23.250 17,500 5.750 21.500 4.000- 21.500 21.500 21,500 21.500 •• PURCHASED SERVICES 24,867 23.250 17.500 5.750 21,500 4,000- 21,500 21.500 21,500 21,500 001-0500-435.04-01 AOVERTISIMG 362 1,500 2,500 1,000- 1,500 1,000 1.500 11500 1,500 1,500 001-0500-435.04-06 GOES 6 MEM6ER9NIPS 871 1,700 11000 700 1.500 500- 1.500 1,500 1.500 1,500 001-0500-435.04-12 NISCELLAN60U3 2,292 1,000 800 200 goo 0 600 600 600 600 001-0500-43S.04-15 PRINTING 16,191 12.000 12,000 0 12,000 0 12.000 12,000 12,000 11.000 001-0500-435.04-26 SOPPLIRS-OPTICS 513 1.200 600 - 400 1,200 400- 1,200 1,200 11200 1.200 • =Z DITURS 20,229 17,400 17,100 300 17,000 100 17.000 17,000 17,000 17,000 •• OP TIRO 6 mINSENANCE 20,229 17,400 17.100 300 17,000 100 17,000 17,000 17,000 17.000 001-0500-435.06-01 CASH PURCHASES 2,272 2.900 6,900 4,000- 1,200 5,700 0 0 0 0 001-0500-435.06-32 PLANT PROPAOATIOM 0 3,000 0 3.000 0 O 0 0 0 0 001-0500-435.06-33 INTERPRETIVE SIGNS 1.754 5,000 0 5.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0500-435.06-35 REVEO B.C. ROAD SRQ ERS 140 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • EZPENDITURS 4,166 10.900 61900 4.000 1,200 5,700 0 0 0 0 •• CAPITAL 4.166 10,900 6,900 4.000 1,200 5,700 0 0 0 0 ••• NATURAL RESOURCE PLM/MCI' 129.409 163.973 128,231 35,742 144,397 16,166- 140.281 146,534 154,021 159,807 � O PREPARED 10/34/00. 30,03.45 pvm 6 PREP TlOM RoREEEECt PAGE 17 00 P0. PROCRl1M GMSOIL YOR FISCAL TEAR 2001 ARtl JW PERIOD 10/3000 l9 N G 1999 2000 3000 2001 3003 3003 2001 3005 N ACNAL 01AG61' REVISED 3000 PROPOSED 1001 PROPOSED 0320005® PROPOSED PROP09® pI ACCVIIIPf MLMEER ACCOUNT DCSCRIPTIOM euvcEr •••VARIANCE••• sOxUEf •••vARIAMCE••• BOODET SUDO" SUMCOM DODOS" J ROILDINO SERVICES 001-0500-436.01-P1 PATAOLL 39.040 39,000 J9,3J9 5J 9- p,66p 1,8]1- 40.743 45.900 40,337 50, 001-0500-436.01-08 PAY V ROLL-O INE 11.122 13,000 10,000 2.000 10.000 0 10.000 10.000 10,000 10.000 001-0500-436.01-09 PAYROLL-e@IEYITS 9.169 8,042 11,092 3.050- 13.))3 3.681- 14.737 15,709 16,873 10,054 0 1.500 1 001-0500-416.01-30 E ININO/REOISI)RATIOMS 1,400 1,500 1,500 0 1.500 ,500 1,500 1.500 001-0500-436.01-12 IRAVEL 3,110 1,500 1.200 300 1,500 300- 1,500 ,719 18,100 81.693 8TP64DINE 62,891 63,141 63,631 1,209- 68,433 4,802- A,400 744, .. PEIL501M6I. SERVICES 63,891 63,343 63,631 1.389- 68,433 4.002- 71.480 74.719 78,100 81,693 001-0500-436.02-14 LURIRAC'I' SERVICE 36,473 40,000 40,000 0 40,000 0 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 _. 0 330 0 330 330 330 330 001-0500-436.03-46 V RII],E-REPAIRS 0 320 310 - 0 37,000 0 37.000 J7.000 37.000 37.000 001-0500-436.01-50 COM3'NACP SVC-FIRE DEPT 37.000 37.000 37,000 0 )7,310 77,]30 )7.330 )).330 • ElIPm4DI1VRE 73.473 77.320 77.320 0 77.320 .. PUR(AARED SERVICES 73.472 77.320 77.330 0 77.310 0 77.320 77,330 77.330 77,320 001-0500-436.04-04 CLEAR OP DEPOSIT-INTEREST 1.771 3,000 3,000 0 3.000 0 1.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 750 100 Boo 50- Boo 900 Boo 800 001-0500-436.04-06 DIES MBMRERSSIPS SURSCIPT 175 850 0 Soo 0 500 500 500 500 001-0500-436.04-15 PRIMIIMO 560 Soo 500 400 0 400 400 400 400 001-0500-436.04-28 SUPPLM-OFFICE 6e 170 400 130- 001-0500-436.04-35 VESICLE-GM 6 OIL 414 1.157 1,000 15] 1.000 P 1.000 1,000 1.000 1,000 43 43 44 45 001-0500-436.04-37 V ICLE-INSURANCE 41 50 43 15 41 2 800 800 300 000 001-0500-436.04-38 VERICLS-PARES 6 SVPP,I65 344 373 750 130 800 50- 003-0500-436.04-09 VESICLE-TIRES 0 337 337 0 317 0 817 837 327 337 . QPm102NRE 3,373 7,035 6.770 165 6,e68 90- 6,369 6,870 6,371 6,073 •• OPERATING 6 MAIRI'6MA110E 3,373 7.035 6,770 265 6.860 98- 6,869 6,070 6,871 6,873 ••• 30IIDISO SERVICES 139.706 146.697 .147,721 1.034. 152,621 4.900- 155,669 158,909 163,191 165.884 9___________ ____________ ____________ .•.. 644,810 324,933 019.473 --- -- ---- -- -- -- 5,460 917,927 . 98.455- 952.769 988,013 1,037,434 1,071.903 6EPRlDITIR65 _ ___________ ______________ 8888___ __ ____________ ____________ 8888__ ••••• 644,010 834,932 $19,471 5.460 917,927 90.455- 952,739 988.@] 1,027,434 1,071, N Rlw DBVELOPMBtt3' ...___44, ------------ .____819.4__ ______________ _____917.9._ ------------ •••••• NBPIRIIlY DEVEIDPMOPi 649,010 834,933 819.473 5,460 917,917 98.455- 952,709 988.033 1.03),9]4 1,071,903 i vAaN le a ppRPM® 10/24/00, 10.03,45 BVIRIBT PRBPAMTJC44 MORICSEMT ACCOONTJNO MIM 10/2000 PROGN MGOIL POR PISCAL TOUT 2001 N 1999 3000 2000 3001 2002 SOOT 3001 2005 (.3 ACIVAL BUDGNT R Is60 2000 PROPOS® 2001 PROWS® PROP0560 PSY)P056D PROP05® O N BUOGN[ •••VMIMR'J<••• D110061' •••yARIMC6••• BUDONT BII000T BUDGNT BUOGR "^f P ARAM[NVNBBA ACNIMT IIR9CRIPTION � J POBLIC SAYNTT WBLIC SA98TT - 8 MITM= A INI52RATION 001-0600-447.01-01 PAY 116.58] 115,]16 115.]16 0 13).559 11,847- l)J,937 140,634 14],666 155. ROLL 757 55)- ]50 900 850 900 001-0600-447.01-08 PAY -OVBNTI146 493 1,112 200 913 ROLL 001-0600-447.01-09 PAYROLL-BMTIT3 25,703 29,657 28,657 0 JI,323 4.465- ]5,441 J].933 40,5]] 4J,41] 900 0 500 500 500 500 001-0600-447.01-10 TMINIM/WIISSHATION3 693 500 Soo 0 400-- 1.600 1,600 1.600 1.600 1.]45 1,600 1.000 600 1,400 001-0600-447.01-13 TR11VlZ. 0 0 0 0 0 001-0600-447.01-13 RNTIRIDIBIOT CREDIT 912- 0 0 0 0 • EEPEIIDITORE 144,305 147.585 146,073 1,512 163,]]0 17.265- 1]1,]18 111,456 191.193 201.466 •• PBRSONN61. S ICED 144•]05 147,585 146,073 1.512 163,338 17,265- 172.228 181,456 191,193 201,466 001-0600-447.02-07 COMORBIMTIM 5mC7JCE5 106,917 111,194 104.356 6,931 106.530 4,174- 212,871 117.300 122.300 126'300 001-0600-447.02-28 BOUIP/MINT AOREOMT/COPS 305 385 385 0 300 05 100 100 100 100 001-0600-447.02-29 EOUIPNENT-MPAIRS 0 100 100 0 100 0 300 0 100 100 100 100 001-0600-447.02-12 MRIMT/SNIPPING CNMG69 90 100 100 0 700 700 700 750 0 700 350- 0 001-0600-447.03-77 NICWPJVIING 0 350 350 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0600-447.02-39 POSTAGE 91 0 0 300 001-0600-447.02-40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 92 300 350 50- 300 50 300 300 300 001-0600-447.03-43 'IELeP110N8 3.053 4,000 3,000 1,000 31150 150- 3,300 3.250 3.400 1, 490 • ETP ITM 110,620 116,429 108,641 7,761 113,180 4,539- 117.671 121,236 126,981 131,964 •• PURCMSED 56RVICBS 110.628 116.429 108,641 7.788 113,180 4,539- 117,671 121,336 126,981 131,964 400 50- 500 100- 500 500 500 500 AOVA 001-0600-447.04-01 TIGIM 636 350 675 700 725 750 001-0600-447.04-06 0U8S.NR0fQf-AIIPS.SVBSCItSN 591 675 675 0 6]5 0 001-0600-447.04-09 II45URANCE 3.510 31060 1,)03 357 2,182 479- 2,291 ],406 3,536 2.653 1,]16 1,500 1,100 300- 1,600 100 1.600 1,600 1,600 1,600 001-0600-447.04-12 NISCR.tJ1N0(R�s 550 600 001-0600-447.04-15 MMIM 259 900 300 600 500 300- 500 500 0 0 001-0600-447_04-23 SUPPLIES-C66ANIM 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0600-447.04-35 SUPPLIES-DATA PROCESSING 539 600 200 200 500 100- 600 650 700 )00 001-0600-447.04-20 SUPPLIES-OFFICE 1.060 900 1,300 300- 1,000 300 1.050 1.050 1,100 50 1 150 001-0600-447.04-34 ONIPORNS 26 50 50 0 50 • lO:PENOTTVAE 6,390 7,035 6.428 607 7,007 579- 7,216 7.406 ],751 8,003 •• DPEMTING i MIMRaNCE 6,390 7,075 6,420 607 7,007 579- 7,216 7,406 7,751 0.002 001-0600-44).06-01 CASH PURCNASPS 638 2,500 .2.625 125- 750 1.575 1,000 1.000 1.000 1.000 • 0-447.I6-01 638 3.500 2.625 125- 750 1,875 11000 1.000 1,000 1,000 •• 638 2.500 2,625 125- 750 1.875 1,000 1,000 11000 1,000 CAPITAL ••• 261,961 2)3.549 263.76]STMTION 9,783 284.375 10.508- 398,115 313,098 326,935 342.432 A INI PREPARED 10/24/00. 10.o3.4s m(DCer PRRPARAT2011 RORRSR6R1' � 19 0% a PROGRAM CM601L IOR FISCAL YE11R 2001 ACCOI)RI1R0 PERIOD 30/5000 fS 1999 3000 3000 3001 3005 2003 5004 2005 A O ACNAi. 6VDU6[ P OS R3VISED 3000 PAOPOS® T001 ROPRO PROPOSED PROPOSED PA0105® jJ ACCOURT RORERR 11LCOURI'D65OIIPFIp1 6UDG6T •••VARIAIIC6••• EIIOf:6T •••VARIARC6••• EIICO6'I' EIRxEr EULCEI 311pO8T O] J PATROL 425.]60 001-0600-448.01-01 PAYROLL 317,901 353,741 301.905 S1.839 349.945 48,043- 367,442 385,914 405,105 001-0600-448.01-08 PAYROLL-OVEILTIME 36,495 28.313 38.313 10,000- 30.311 10,005 29,160 30,035 30,936 31,864 001-0600-448.01-09 PAYROLL-SA4E M $5.282 106,599 101,655 4.6)4 135,043 33,41)- 144,495 154,609 165.401 111,011 001-0600-441.01-10 '1'RAIRIl1O/REUIE'IRATIORS 3,977 5,900 5,000 2.100- 2.900 11100 1,700 1,)00 1,)00 1,)00 001-0600-448.01-12 TRAVR, 5.414 3.300 5,000 1,700 9,520 1.630- 6,097 5,458 6.472 639.535 • MMIVDI3 4501056 494,553 448,840 45.)13 539.538 )0,668- 546,09) 575, Se 606, •• P� S®IVICES 450,056 494.553 448.140 45,713 519,528 70,638- 545.097 575,458 606.475 639,235 001-0600-440.02-14 CORTRALT SnVIM 4.707 5.000 5,000 0 5,000 0 5.200 5.500 5,700 61000 5- 100 5 100 0 100 001=0600-448.02-29 EQUI RRPAIRS 71 100 105 9so PREUI 001-0600-443.05-34 fAE 110RR 357 500 950 450- 900 50 950 950 1,000 1,000 001-0600-448.0]-40 PRO AL 1,023 1.000 500 500 600 100- 700 800 900 900 001-0600-448.03-41 RADIOS-RE P655IOEPAIRS 93 5,935 3,560 325- 4.050 790- 3,1)4. 3.300 5,432 3.569 001-0600-448.02-46 VERICLE-RRPAIRS 0 5,000 5,000 0 2,000 0 5.000 2.000 3,000 2.500 E2Pm4DITURE 6,250 11,535 11.015 280- 12,650 035- 12.154 12,650 13.035 14,069 •• PURC7L w SERVICES 6,250 11,535 11,815 590- 12.650 835- 13.124 13,650 13,033 14.069 500 1.300 0 1 001-0600-443.04-05 CRIRE PR6VHIIIOR 1,995 1.700 1.200 ,300 1.300 1,]00 1.300 963 903 1,000 200- 1,000 0 11000 1,000 1.000 1,000 001-0600-446.04-26 SVPPLIES-LAS 0 0 0 p 0 0 0 001-0600-448.04-28 SUPPLIES 29 0 P 200 3.200 3,200 3,200 3.300 001-0600-448.04-34 UIIIPOPRS J-193 3.000 1,400 400- 3.200 001-0600-448.04-3S VERICLE-CAS R OIL 3,995 5.093 5,700 607- 7.250 1,550- ).560 ),840 8.154 1,400 001-0600-440.04-36 VBEICLE-EQUIMERt 1,366 1,400 1,300 100 1,500 300- 1,500 1,550 1.600 1,600 001-0600-448.04-37 VOffC1S-IRSURAIK2 919 1,355 965 590 932 4J 950 979 1.008 1.000 100 2,500 0 3.540 5,600 2.650 2.708 001-0600-449.04-30 MIME-PARIS 6 SUPPLIES 3.749 2,700 2,500 16,105 15.943 16,065 9DITURE 11)- IJ,S)3 1,507- 17.940 18,369 11,812 19.216 mIP9 •• OPpUT/NO R EAIRItOD0iC3 16.105 15,949 16.065 117- 17.572 1,507- 17,940 39.369 18,812 19,530 001-0600-448.06-01 GSR PURMSE5 4,075 10,000 10,000 0 36,)50 36,)50- 10.000 5.000 5.000 18,000 001-0600-440.06-07 RADIOS (OM $100) 1,163 1.300 1,600 300- 7.700 6,100- 1,300 1,400 1,400 1,400 0-449.06-07 ]00- 34.450 22.850- 11.]00 6,400 6,400 19,400 5,137 11,300 11,600 •• CAPITAL 5.237 11,300 11,600 300- 34,450 52.850- 11.300 6,400 6,400 19.400 ••• PATROL 477,649 533.336 460,320 45.016 5.4.200 95.800- 597.461 613,877 644,716 691,922 PREPARED 10/34/00, 30,03,45 !00051' PREPAMT3Q1 NdtRSIEEi eAa 20 •0 O PROGRAM CM601L f0A PISCAL T 2001 AROORTIMO P 101, 10/2000 A p• 3001 2002 2003 2004 2005 N 1999 3000 3000 PROVOS® PROVOS® U ACTUAL B1IOCST REVISED 2000 PROPOSED 2001 PROPOSED PROVOS® N OVDCS[ •••TARIAAC6••• BUDGSC •••PARIAR'I••• lUDGEt 8UDG51' DUDCST BUDOR .�.,1 05 ACCOWI WROSM ACCOUNT DRSCRIPTI011 J CODE RRORC94A1'I 0 90.156 6 001-0600-449.01-01 PAIROLL )],419 83,543 83.542 ,616- 94,380 99,499 104,054 109,355 001.0600-449.01-00 PAYROLL- TIME 7,208 6,030 6.030 0 6,056 16- 6,438 1,180 6,964 9,812 O 0 30,499 4.184- 33.561 11,915 49.378 49,889 001-0600-449.01-09 PAIROLL-EEMSPITS 31,119 ]6.115 161415 490 SOU 500 500 500 001-0600-449.01-10 SRAIMIMO/RBC1511NTIOMS 669 S00 1,290 490- 800 490- 900 900 900 900 TR 001-0600-449.01-12 M 1,298 1,100 510 590 1,000 UPRIDINR6 102,713 117.787 11),68) 100 130,511 10.834- 134.659 139,994 149.695 15),834 .. PERSORIQ. SERVICES 103,713 117.787 117.687 100 138,511 - 10,824- 134.659 139,994 149,695 157,854 SO - 100 50- 100 100 100 100 001-0600-449.02-29 EQUIP -RIPAIRE 0 100 50 p 800 000 800 $00 001-0600-449.02-40 PROPESSI0IAL SERVICES 390 000 800 0 000 001-0600-449.02-41 RADIOS-REPAIRS 123 000 1,1)5 375- 900 195 900 950 1,000 1.650 p 500 35 550 600 035 650 001-0600-449.02-44 UTILITIES-SR61TER 455 525 535 p 500 500 500 500 001-0600-449.02-46 yERICLE-REPAIRS 0 500 500 0 500 3,100 • 8SP8NDINRE 968 3.715 3.050 425- 5,800 250 2.050 3,950 3,035 •• PURCeAS6D SERVICES 968 3,735 3.050 435- 3,800 350 3,050 2.950 3,015 3,100 0 50 0 50 50 60 70 001-0600-449.04-11 LICENSE TAGS 101 50 50 0 700 700 700 700 700 001-0600-449.04-35 MIMING 355 700 700 p 200 0 100 300 900 300 003-0600-449.04-13 SUPPLIES-TOOLS 343 100 100 0 $50 075 900 937 001-0600-449.04-34 UMIEORNS $29 000 800 0 800 700- 2.780 2,864 2,949 J.OII 001-0600-449.04-35 MICLE-CAS i OIL 1,541 1,750 3,000 250- 2.700 400 400 400 156 500 400 100 400 0 400 001-0600-449.04-36 VO11=-MQUIPMeMf 3 J9 40 42 a3 001-0600-449.04-37 VOIICLE-INSURANCE 39 55 41 14 JO 1,900 700- 1.500 500 1.600 3.)00 1.800 225 001-0600-449.04-30 V6AICLE-PARTS i SUPPLIES 3,978 1,400 3.000 150- 550 100 550 550 550 001-0600-449.04-43 SUPPLIES-SMELTER 612 500 650 200 200 300 200 001-0600-449.04-46 SUPPLIES-E WD 80 350 175 75 100 7.579 133- 9.369 7.800 7,699 • EEPOIDITURE 5,923 6.105 7,016 911- 7,130 •• OPeMT1NO i MAIN'1'm1AMCE S.923 6,105 7.016 911- 7,138 133- 7,369 7,579 7.800 9.699 001-0600-449.06-01 MIR PURCMASES $,001 0 670 670- 1,900 610- 6,000 3,000 1,000 1,400 001-0600-449.06-07 RADIOS (OVER $100) 1,16] 3,300 3.900 400 3.900 0 1.300 3.350 1,400 400 • ®(PMDITURE 9.164 3,300 3,570 270- 4,200 680- 7.400 J,J50 4.400 3, •• GPITAL 9.164 3,300 3,570 ])0- 4,200 630- 7,300 31350 3,400 3,400 118,768 129,91) 131,313 1,406- 143,649 11,336- 152,178 153,873 163,910 1)].053 ••• CODE ENPORCEMRIT __..__..._.. 1---- ________ ------------ .._ ---------- .__1.037... 4 •••• LSP8ND1'NRPS 05$.3)7 936,002 $83,410 53,392 1,011,124 127,714- 1.037.7S4 1.079.848 1.145,561 1,106, 07 PRRPARI{D 10/34/00, 10r03,45 BIM1•L'01' PRRPA1NTid 2001166] PAOR 31 W PROGRAM d601L 101f ItSCJW TEAR 3001 ACCWMIIMO Pm[IOD 10/3000 O) 1999 2000 2000 3001 3003 3003 3001 3009 N ACNAL BUDOSf' RN1S0.D 2000 PI'.OP'00® 2001 PROP050O PROPOS® MOMSE M OUOGMP ACCMM M n ACCOVMI D65CRIPTId BUOOBT •••OARIAMC6rrr 0UDD6} ••r9MIAMC6••• 61R14Tf J MP01 D=E5 COURT 16,03] 16,633 001-0600-450.01-01 PAYROLL -12,733 13,733 0 13.050 1,137- 14,543 15,36 9 260 001-0600-450.01-00 PATAOLL-O TIM0 10 339 160 179 327 67- ]10 255 365 001-0600-450.01-09 PAYROLL-BRMRYITS 2,719 3.747 3,747 0 4,731 974- 5,051 5.201 5,70] 6.106 001-0600-450.01-10 YRAIMIMO/RROSSTRATIOMS 179 200 100 100 300 100- ]00 300 300 300 114 400 500 100- 400 100 400 400 400 400 001-Ofi00-450.01-13 TMTB1. ]3,099 • 62P0MOI1VR6 15.337 17,109 17.230 179 19.190 2,166- 20,433 21,526 ]2,679 •• PAtWNN61. S6RVIC6S 15.137 17,409 17,230 179 19,399 3,166- 30,433 21,520 32,679 23.699 001-0600-450.03-14 COWIRACf SBROICS 13,937 13.200 13,300 0 13.200 0 13.600 14,000 14,500 15,000 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 75 75 001-0600-450.0249 ROUIPMOMT RRPAIRS 0 0 0 75 0 001-0600-450:02-39 PO6TAG6 0 100 100 0 0 100 • 13,937 13.]50 13.350 0 13.250=2 OITURR 100 13.650 14,050 11,650 15,075 •• PURCR w S6RYIC63 13.937 13,350 13,350 0 13.350 100 13,650 14,050 14.650 15,075 65 60 0 00 60 90 100 001-0900-450.04-06 IAIR6,M0MB6BSRIPS,SUBBCB'M JO 125 60 0 125 135 150 150 001-0600-450.04-12 MIMI.I.NIBOUS 0 100 100 0 100 125 0 300 50 50 50 0 75 100 100 001-0600-450.04-15 PR3MIIM0 235 235 350 375 001-0600-450.04-25 SUPPLIES-DATA PROC6551M0 133 200 200 0 100 0 375 001-0600-450.0446 SVPPLIFS-OPP3C6 136 250 190 100 150 0 200 335 350 • pIPR10ITUR8 209 775 560 215 560 0 705 755 040 925 •• OP TIME 4 MAIM9AAMCg 309 775 560 315 560 0 705 755 040 925 001-0600-450.06-01 CASH PURCMASBS 0 1,600 600 1,000 0 600 300 300 300 300 • 6Rp&iDITURB 0 11600 600 1.000 0 600 300 300 300 300 •r CASB PURCXA585 0 11600 600 1.000 0 600 300 300 300 300 rrr COURT 39.563 33,134 31.740 1.394 33.308 1,461- 35,088 36,633 38,469 40.199 -------- ---- - ---39,563 33,134 31.740 1,394 33.200 1.466- 35,000 36,633 30,469 40.199 S1tPR7DIIVRffi rrr•• 007,940 969,936 915.150 54.706 1, PUBLIC SAF87T 014,331 129.103- 1,073,043 1,11S,451 1,174,030 1,346.60 ...... 007,940 969.936 915.150 54.706 1.044,333 139.112- 1,073,043 1.115, 421 SAPRCY 401 1,174,030 11346, PRHPAAIm 10/24/00, 10.03.45 Buotai PRHPAMTION x09358472721 PALS a1 -00 P90GR/1M CM601L tOR PISQL ) 2001 ACLOUMI'INC PmtIOD 1013000 A 2003 3003 2004 2005 3001 N 1999 2000 2000 p�pOS® PROPOB® PROP046D J ACIVAL BUO(P+T 9 IS720 3000 pIN)908® 2001 PROPOS® 9UlfidT BUOCEI BVU•'R 0 ACL3JUNf xOxeHR ACCOUIBC DBSCRIPTICN BU006T •••vA91AM072••• 91199721 •••vARIANC72••• BUOO[! b J PUBLIC x n A INISI4l,TION HIIP ISU9N5 AOMINIS TIOM 14 115,))6 123.)33 130.096 137,091 001-0701-453.01-01 PA"= 88.014 100.973 100.973 0 109.]22 t, 9- 9,454 001-0701-453.01-06 PATIOLL-CLH IM3 0 0 - 7.500 7.500- 8.400 900- 8.65] 8.91] 9.1)9 400 _ 001-0701-453.01-00 PAS90L4-OVm1SIM72 it 300 100 500 317 SS7- 874 356 177 001-0701-452.01-09 PATROLL-BHN72PST3 21,859 21,551 25.646 4.095- 38.185 3,959- ]9.376 11,669 13.569 35,594 001-0701-452.01-10 MINIMIMIS TIOMS 474 400 100 300 150 150- 361 J)1 )10 732 001-0701-452.01-12 1x374/61. 1.013 900 650 150 650 0 670 690 • HAPBNOIT 111.372 124,124 134,969 10,945- 147,114 12,155- 155,671 164,720 174.10] 184,4 •• PAf.50NNd1. SERPICHS 111.372 134,134 134,969 10,845- 147.124 1],155- 155,6)1 164.)]0 1)4,301 184,454 001-0701-453.03-09 CONSVLrAM'-BACINHHA 1,664 1.500 1,505 5- 1,500 5 1,545 1,591 1.639 1,688 001-0701-452.02-14 NMfPACL $H9PICH 1,549 5,000 1.474 536 1,500 46- 1.535 1.591 1.639 11696 )60- 1,000 40- 1,030 1,061 1,093 1,136 001-0701-452.02-29 flOUIPM8F1' RBPAIRS 532 360 960 625 391 407 200- 371 382 001-0701-45x.03741 tHL72PNOxH 393 360 160. 200 39- 360 561- 4,491 4,625 4.764 4.907 • 6APHNDINRH 3.127 4.060 4.099 4.360 •• PURCBASHD SEROICHS 4,127 4.060 4.099 39- 4.360 261- 4,491 4,635 4,764 4,907 x.122 2,185 2,351 001-0701-452.04-01 AOVH9SISIM: 5,794 2,000 3,759 1,)58- 5,000 1.759 x•000 331 300 300 300- 309 318 433 450 001-0701-453.04-06 OU65,M04BBNSBIPS,SUBS4lIP 360 300 100 412 414 437 001-0701-452.04-12 MISOdL1U3H011S 345 100 374 274- 400 26- 001-0701-452.04-23 SUPPLIHS-BUILDING 0 500 100 300 500 400- 515 590 546 563 900- 1.500 500- 1,545 1,591 1,639 1.688 001-0701-453.04-20 GLGNIRC SUPPLI PS 1,002 100 1,000 1_ 1.545 1.591 1,639 1.688 001-0701-453.0 4-10 6UPPLI85-OPPICH 3,470 1,500 1.497 3 1,500 110 1)9 136 eJ 98 33 101 104 307 110 001-0)01-453.01-3) VHN ICL72-INSVPANCH 7,088 • plP6183IN972 11,004 4,679 6.965 2,286- 6.298 667 6.487 6.690 6,891 •• OP729ATIM: L MASNSHBAMCH 11,004 4.679 6,965 3,396- 6,]99 66) 6.49] 6.690 6,881 ],OBB 001-0)01-45x.06-01 PU901 n 5,091 2.000 1,171 171- 1.500 671 1.545 1,591 1.639 11688 0.584 • =@ I• 5,091 2,000 2.171 171- 1,500 671 1,545 1,591 1.639 1,688 •• QPITAL 51091 3,000 3,171 171- 1,500 671 1,545 1.591 1.639 1,618 „• AONINIHI)UITIOB 131,594 134.863 148,304 13,341- 159,283 11,070- 16011% 177.616 187,587 198,137 ------------ ------------ •••• BHP614DINRHS 131,594 134,963 148,304 13.341- 159.392 11.078- 168.194 177,616 187.587 198,137 ------- ----- ------------ 131.594 134.863 148.504 13,341- 159.583 11,070- 161.194 171,616 197,78] 191,1 u••• AOMINISIRASIOIB - PREPRRIIlI 10/24/00, 10,03.45 B37D06i PREPARATION 410RF91x46'f PACE 23 PR0f1NM CM6011. POR FISCAL TSAR 2001 ACLOUNTINO P IOD 30/2000 A N O 1999 1000 3000 2001 3002 3003 2004 2005 OD O ACTUAL BU006'I RNIS® 2000 pROPOSm 3001 PROPOSED PROPOS® PROPOSOD PROPOSN OI � ACNINIT 1M1IImeR ACCOUNT ImMMIPTION BWCEI •••VARIANCE••• RIIDGET •••FARIANC6••• nVOGEf EUDCN BIIDG6T BUDGET b J TRANSPORTAT30N Ilx S ITIRES ADMINISTRATION 001-0703-454.01-01 PAYROLL 104,432 139,888 132,610 7,278 156,421 23,011- 164,142 173,454 101,077 190,131 001-0703-454.01-06 PAYROLL-O IMS e9 2.500 1,950 S50 2,500 550- 3,625 2.756 2,894 3,039 001-0702-454.01-09 PAYROLL-BENEFITS 24.816 36,303 35,966 237 49,500 13,534- 51,895 55.529 59.415 63,574 001-0702-454.01-10 TRAIMIRC/AEGIS'[RASId34 270 31050 1,035 2,015 550 485 1.650 1,800 1,450 1,200 001-0702-454.01-12 'IRAV6L 2,149 1,350 670 680 1,450 700- 850 3,500 950 2,600 001-0702-454.01-13 R6IIRBMOR'I CREDIT 6,928- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • EEPW40I'IURR 124.827 182,991 172,231 10,760 209.421 37,190- 221,262 235,038 245,786 260,544 •• PBRS<RINffi. SWOVICES 124,827 182,991 172,231 10,760 209,421 37,190- 231,362 335.038 245,706 260.544 001-0702-454.02-14 COR[RACT SMILE 303 575 775 200- 900 125- 780 920 030 850 001-0703-454.02-29 EOVIPM8141' - MAIM 1,006 400 300 200 350 150- 650 - 700 1,100 850 001-0702-454.02-32 PRSICRI/SKIPPING CRARG6.9 105 75 90 15- 95 5- 100 105 110 115 001-0702-454.02-40 PROFESSIONAL S IMS 3,019 0 0 0 0 0 3.500 3,500 0 0 001-0702-454.02-44 DPILITIES 576 586 564 22 see 24- 617 648 681 715 • SEPMt,ITURE 51009 1,636 1.629 7 1,933 304- 5,647 5,773 2.711 3,530 •• PUECNAS® SBNICES 5,009 1,636 1,629 7 1,933 304- 5.647 5,773 2,711 2.530 001-0702-454.04-02 BUILDING LEASE PAYMWTI 21,346 23.247 23.320 927 23,436 11116- 24.608 25,038 27,130 20.487 001-0703-454.04-06 DUBS,MWCMMIRP,SUSSOtP 770 1,270 1.544 274- 1,607 63- 1,687 1.772 11860 1,953 001-0702-454.04-07 SOUIPMWII 405 470 605 135- 730 125- 11550 600 600 650 001-0702-454.04-09 FURNITURE 135 0 135 135- 250 115- 250 250 250 250 001-0702-454.04-12 MISOELWNSOUS 631 350 350 100- 350 0 250 300 300 350 001-0702-454.04-25 SUPPLIES/WTA PROCESSING 294 550 360 190 500 140- 550 850 1,450 550 001-0702-454.04-28 SUPPLIES-OFFICE 1,005 1,038 1,195 157- 1,344 149- 1,350 l.Jl] I,J70 1,447 • SRPWI)ITUEE 24,576 26.825 26,509 316 28,217 1,708- 30.145 30.923 32,968 33,697 •• OPERATING 6 MAINTW4ANCE 24,576 26,825 26,509 316 16.217 1.708- 30.145 30,923 32,968 33,607 001-0702-454.06-01 CA9R PURCKA.91L9 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.500 13,500 0 0 • W[PBNOITUR6 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.500 11.500 0 0 •• GPITAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,500 13,500 0 0 ••• AIN41RIST TIM 154,412 211.453 300,369 11.083 239.571 39.303- 261.554 384,334 201,465 296,761 I PREPARED 10/24/00, 10,03,45 BVOGCL' PR6 Tloff RRSBEE} VA 24 y� Q PROGRIIN GN601L YOIL VISGL YMR 2001 AQYNRI'ING PERIOD 10/2000 d 1999 - 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 N O AC3VAL BUDGET R6V358D 2000 PROPOSED 3001 PROq)SBD PROPOS® PROPOS® IMOfOSED N AROUNI MUNBBR ACNIMI' D65CRxPr1014 euDCrr •••vARxANCE••• BUOG6T •••VARIANCE••• DOUG= BLIDC6Y BUDCEr BV0061' •may a J BUS PROGRAM 001-0703-455.01-01 PAYROLL 713.368 004,970 771.550 33,430 832,554 61.004- 909,182 954.641 1,037.373 1,089.241 001-0702-455.01-02 PAYROLL-SPECIALS/RE 'D 2,542 1.500 949 551 1.250 301- 1.313 1,378 1.447 1,519 001-0702-455.01-03 PAYROLL-SPECIALS DOMTED 33.670 43.567 37.869 31718 42,140 4.271- 44.347 46,459 46,782 51,221 001-0702-455.01-06 PAYROLL-OI/SPECIALS DOMT 4.252 7.500 4.500 3.000 51500 1.000- 5,775 6,064 6,367 6,685 001-0702-455.01-07 PAYROLL-OT/SPECIALS 640 500 391 109 S00 109- 525 551 579 600 001-0702-455.01-08 PAYROLL-W IM 46,663 36,500 31.143 5,357 36,843 5.699- 39,421 42,180 45,133 48,292 001-0702-455.01-09 PAYROLL-BVJ4EPIM 197,565 224.493 226.231 1.738- 262,424 56,193- 303.194 323,367 345.982 370.200 001-0702-455.01-10 TMIWING/REGISL8ATI005 785 1,700 850 850 1,600 750- 3.300 3.200 3,600 3.600 001-0702-4SS.01-12 T WL 176 1.005 537 548 ]loss 548- 1,450 1,500 11500 1,M - 001-0702-455.01-76 RM BUS PASSES-ENPWTEB 7.600 8,500 8.000 Soo 0,500 Soo- 8.925 9,371 9.640 10,332 • ® ITUM 1,007,461 1,130.335 1,002.020 40,315 1,312.395 130,375- 1,316.232 1,386,691 1,500,603 1.583,248 •• PAtSONNBL SMVICES 1,007,461 1,130,335 1,083.020 48.315 1,212,395 130,375- 1,316.232 11380.691 1,500,603 1,583,248 001-0702-455.02-14 NNIRACI SERVICE 21,866 25,235 10.776 6,449 325 18,451 341 358 376 395 001-0702-455.02-32 Ml /SKIPPING CMRGVS 460 2.200 1,910 290 3,300 290- 3.310 2,426 2,547 2.674 001-0702-455.02-40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 6,664 6,124 6,600 - 476- 7.250 650- 7.613 7,993 8.393 6,812 001-0702-455.02-41 RADIOS-REPAIRS 1,646 1,600 1.200 400 11600 400- 1,680 1,764 1.852 1.945 001-0702-455.02-46 0 ICLE-REPAIRS 23,710 24.500 10.000 14.500 17,000 7.000- 17,850 .18,743 19,680 20,664 • EEP I7 z 54,346 59,649 38,406 21,163 28.375 10.111 29,794 31,284 32,848 34,490 •• PURC w SERVICES 54,346 59,649 38,486 21,163 25,375 10.111 29,794 31,284 32,848 34,490 001-0702-455.04-01 ADVpIT15ING 4.764 5,400 5,400 0 5.550 150- 5,500 6,000 6,000 61500 001-0702-455.04-06 DUES,HMBZ 6NP,SUBSCRP 45 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0702-455.04-07 BOUIPN8III 1,108 1,050 1.450 400- 2,250 800- 2,450 2.500 2,500 2.750 001-0702-455.04-12 03II%.'ELLMEOUS 3.516 4,475 3,339 1.146 4.175 846- 4.384 4.603 4,033 5.075 001-0702-455.04-15 1MINTING 12,168 25,070 13.070 13.000 15,070 2,000- 31.250 16.500 21.750 18,720 001-0702-455.04-20 SIGNS 0 550 550 - 0 550 0 250 250 500 500 001-0702-455.04-23 SUPPLIES-CLEANING 832 S00 2.500 1.700- 2,750 250- 2.888 3.032 3,183 3.343 001-0702-455.04-34 UNIFOMS 9,673 10,700 9,700 11000 10.700 1,000- 9.050 91850 10,500 30.500 001-0702-455.04-35 VBIICl2:-GAS 6 OIL 52.649 61,297 82,660 21,363- 112,599 29.939- 118.229 124,140 130,347 136,865 001-0702-455.04-36 V HIMS-EOUIPN00I 61709 2,900 3.950 50- 3,020 70- 5.000 6.500 5,000 10.500 001-0702-455.04-37 V6RICLE-[NSVFANCE 11,950 16.300 12,541 3,759 11.452 1.089 11,796 12,150 12,515 12,890 001-0702-455.04-30 0 ICbE-PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 74.810 07.640 74,204 13.636 $2.650 8.446- 86,703 91,123 95.670 100,462 • p[P@ I0 E 177,224 216.382 209,354 0,028 250.766 41.412- 278,380 376,647 292.006 308.105 •• OPERATING 6 MILRERANCB 177,224 216,382 208.354 5,028 250.766 42.412- 278,380 376,647 292.006 308.105 001-0702-455.05-08 R"A "ATION 50.000 50,000 50,000 0 50,000 0 50,000 50.000 50.000 50.000 • m PSNDITURE 50.000 50,000 50.000 0 50.000 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 $0,000 •• DpeATIORS WOOD 50,000 50,000 0 50.000 0 50.000 50,000 50,000 50,000 001-0702-455.06-07 MDIOS lOVpt 4100) 0 1,200 3.450 2.250- 1,200 2,250 1,600 1.600 2.500 2.500 • EEP6RD1'NRE 0 1.200 3,450 2.250- 1,200 2,250 1,600 11600 21500 2.500 •• CAPITAL 0 1,300 3.450 2,250- 1,200 2,250 1,600 1.600 2.500 2,500 ••• BVS PROGRAM 1,289,031 1.457,566 1,362.310 75.256 1,543,736 160,426- 1,676,006 1,748,232 1.076,757 1.978,343 [ROGIM 6011/00, 10.03.45 6UDO61' PRrjaM 06 M02RSORI' PAO6 25 w a 390ARAR 01601E [OR [ISCAL TSAR 3001 ACCOOR[I60 P6AIW 30/3000 A y3 O 1999 1000 ]000 ]001 ]003 2003 2004 3005 O O 11C'11IAI, 203006[ MISIM 2000 IOfOP05® 2001 [420POS6D 1430P08® PROIO966 I410PDS® .p•„ p` IKCOUKI R26f66R )1CC01111'1' 065(312P[]06 60006E •••VM2MQ•�• 60186[ ••�VMIA6C6�•• fi)[W'ef lIIOOLS 600($[ 602106[ J PARIIRO PROGRAM 001-0702-456.01-01 PAYROLL 37,090 41,030 35,]0) 6,63] 41,25) 6,550- 45,945 {6,349 50,656 53.187 1,429 1,515 001-0203-456.01-00 PAM)M-OV6R3IM6 1,764 31500 610 3.690 1.]00 390- 1.373 1'316 16.443 19.734 001-0702-456.01-09 PAYROLL-0666[235 9,363 13,571 9.619 3.953 15.055 S,O6- 16,109 1>, 62P611OISORI 46,156 561901 45,636 13.265 60.012 14,376- 63,336 66,626 70.526 74.436 .. pp25�6W, MVIMS 46,156 56.901 45.636 13,265 60,012 14.376- 63,326 66.026 70.536 74,436 001-0703-456.02-14 Igf2AMT SIMMIM 457 1.151 907 ]44 650 57 690 922 964 1,083 001-0702-456.03-32 [ IG I. SNIPPING 75 135 65 30 115 30- 130 133 114 136 2Pp2OI•N pP6 532 1.266 992 324 965 27 1,011 1.059 1,106 1.159 •• PORCNASI0 5 IMS 532 1.266 993 374 965 27 1,012 1.059 1,106 11159 001-0702-456.04-01 310V63RISIM 0 335 165 250 105 0 300 350 350 350 001-0702-456.04-06 I9IPIIIIVRE 155 150 155 5- 150 5 0 350 150 0 001-0702-456.04-13 ISCILIAMHOUS )]4 11000 900 100 00 300 1,600 11600 2,000 3.00 S 001-0703-456.04-10 520145 0 400 300 100 100 200 800 200 250 250 6,110 6.330 6,163 4) 0,366 303- 9,600 13,]00 10,250 10,350 001-0703-456.04-30 SOFPLI65-PMRSMG 435 001-0702-456.04-34 UMItS)RMS 0 325 035 0 32S 0 335 325 435 BSP6MOI'NR6 6,999 10,440 10,046 393 9,645 103 32,335 14.115 13.525 13.375 •• 0P63 Tlm I. MAIMP623AMC6 0,999 10,440 10.046 393 9.045 303 12.335 14,125 13,535 13,375 •e PMRIM PROCRM 57.667 20,607 56,676 13,931 70,022 14.146- 76,664 63.010 65.159 60,970 ' m O PREPARED 10/24/00, 30.03,45 BIIO('6T PRt9ARATIm IIORE11R6T PIV3E 26 PRCCRM GM601L FOR FISCAL 1 2001 ALC[BDRIIIO PEM7W 10/2000 A �' 1999 2000 5000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 r ACNAL DVW6T O R6PISED 2000 PYAPOS® 5001 MM SW PROP09® 6® pROPDS® ..^ p\ .. lIIC46L ••.VMIANC6••• t6EMRR •••VARIANCE••• BOW 6! DUIXCtl' BVW6T DBOfaP J ACLOOMI'lIGMBER ACCOVMt D95CRIPTtd1 PMCEL C 001-0)02-45).01-01 PAY 33,059 34,350 3),956 3,606- 44.35) 6:401- 46,575 46.904 51,349 53.916 001-0)02-45).01-06 PAYROLL-OVBRTI" 472 450 450 0 450 0 4)J 496 5]1 547 001-0702-457.01-09 PAYROLL-DEN6 M 8.152 9.540 10,267 )])- 15.fR 5,6)5- 1),056 17.252 19,500 26.69) • =VWDI�yDyE 41,683 44.340 46.673 4.333- 60.749 12,076- H,106 6),652 71,400 )5.360 •• PMSOIN6 S6ItVICF9 41.683 44.340 48.673 4,333- 60,749 12.076- 64,106 67.652 71,400 75,360 1.045 2,oso 4,JSO 1,300- 3.300 I.oso 2.750 7,400 2.750 2.750 001-0702-457.02-04 BLDG MIMS'61O1NC6 4,300 400- 4.]50 4,150 4.500 4,650 001-0702-457.02-14 coMYEAQ'BPRP1a 3.521 3.750 3,700 so- so ISO 0 loo o l9 400 225 so- 575 325 001-0703-457.02-29 EMIP REPAIRS 50- 200 200 200 300 001-0702-467.02-32 FREIGM 4 SHIPPING e9 ISO ISO 0 200 001-0702-457.01-44 WILITIM 31,078 39,503 37.376 2,1]) 45,770 9.394- 49.109 51,564 54.14] 56,849 1,700 0 1 001-0702-457.02-72 SBEIS/MALL MIM'610J10E 1,424 1,800 1.800 0 .890 1.965 2,071 2,168 plPpMfITORE 361156 47,433 47.576 143- 56,420 7,644- 57,774 65.R4 64.0)6 67,062 38,156 47,43) 47,S)6 36- 56,420 6.744- 59,774 65.724 64,076 67,06] •• INRW1560 SERVICES ' 001-0702-457.04-07 EOOIPMEW 2,709 600 350 370 1,980 1,550- 750 1,000 750 1,000 ],392 ],750 2.750 345- 3108S 3,177 3.273 3.171 001-0)03-67.04-09 INSURANCE 0 3.995 50 0 5 001-0702-457.04-12 MISCELLANEOUS 136 50 0 0 100 100 100 100 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 001-0702-457.04-20 SICNS 350 100 4 300 ],344 3,700 3.450 250 3,650 400- 3.950 4.050 4,375 001-070]-45).04-22 MMIW-BUILDING 439 4,562 4.699 001-0)02-457.04-]3 SWMIM-CLEANING 4,049 4,250 3.075 375 4,300 310- 4'700 6 700 650 650 001-0702-457.04-27 SWMI6-IANOSGPIM l3l )00 6]5 15 675 350 001-0702-49.04-32 SUPPLIES-¢Dons 202 350 100 3so 200 loo- 35a 350 3so oov-mot-457.04-34 Wleoa49 6 95a Jso 0 400 so- Jso 3so 350 145 �P�L�E 12,670 12,950 11.670 Lvo 14,350 2.670- 13,605 14,506 14.710 15.145 •• OP TING 6 MtN1R3ANCE 12,676 12,850 11.680 1,170 14.350 1,670- 13,685 14,506 14.710 15,145 01-0701-457.06-OS CASK PURCNM65 0 0 0 0 O 0 6,000 3.000 6,000 14,300 0 0 6,000 3.000 6,000 14.300 • MHNDt 0 0 0 0 0 1URE •• CMISAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,000 3,000 6,000 14.300 .•• PMCEI,C 92,517 1041623 107.919 3.306- 131,519 23.590- 142,565 150,891 156.186 171,967 ___ ____________ ____________ __.1_593__.. __--_944_2_- __-- 1555_-5555_... _________ ..•. MpgIpINRg, 1,593.647 1.844.246 1.74],]84 96.964 3.904,64t 337,364- 1,156,7 69 2,365.349 1,401.561 1195, ____________ ____________ ------------ ------------ ------------ -------------- 3]7.]64- 2.156, 69 ],365.341 3.401.567 2,535,942 _.. _ -__._- ..... TRANEPORTATIW 1,5931647 1,844,248 1,747.384 96.964 1,994.646 ,9 p P AM 10/24/00, 10.03,45 BIlOG6T PREPARATION MORR5855T p'�S 27 Om0 PROIIRRM MGOIL PDR FISCAL Y6M 2001 ACCW JM MIOD 10/2000 A W 8 1999 2000 2000 3001 3002 2003 2004 3005 IJ . ACNAL e110CST RE9ISKD 2000 PROP058D 2001 PROPOS® 9ROP05® PROPoS® pROPOS® �,, ACOOIDR NUM88R ACCOUNT DSSOfIRION 01RMi[T •••VARIANTS••• 90p0E1• •••CARIANR••• JUDOS[ 111WST !0006'[ E000ST � i J ROAD BKPENDITRlE9 STRESI'NMRtNG/S If06 001-0704-474.01-01 PAYROLL 1),060 7,535 10,035 2.500- 7.996 3,037 ],396 8.810 9.]59 9.)32 001-0704-474.01-09 PAYROLL-OVBRTINE 75 0 25 25- 0 25 0 0 0 0 001-0704-474.01-09 PAYROLL-RMP2TS 4.969 2.157 4,157 2,000- 3.310 947 3.435 3,675 3.932 4.207 • pTP I10RE 22,124 91693 14.217 4.525- 11,308 3,009 11,633 12,493 13,191 13.929 •• PER SO RRQ• .9A lm 22,124 9.693 14.317 4.525- 11,208 3.009 11.833 12,493 13.191 13,929 001-0)04-4)4.02-14 CON2EAC'I SERVICE 34,831 57,000 27,000 30,000 27,000 0 60.000 60.000 60,000 60,000 m[PENDITURE 34.831 57•000 27,000 30,000 27.000 '0 60.000 60.000 60.000 60,000 •• PURW1..® BAtVICee 34,631 57,000 27,000 30.000 27.000 0 60,000 60,000 60.000 60,000 001-0704-474.04-12 NISCB2.6ANt�t1S 223 250 250 0 250 0 ]s0 250 250 250 001-0704-4)4.04-20 SIGNS-56N 14.224 ]5,000 25.000 0 10.000 35,000 10,000 10.000 10.000 10,000 001-0704-474.04-22 MMI65-NOIWIM 3,650 3,500 3.500 0 1.500 0 J,500 3.500 ).500 1,500 001-0704-474.04-32 SUPPLIES-10025 - 1,332 1,200 1,200 0 1,200 O 1,300 1,300 1,200 1.]00 001-0704-474.04-42 SI(25-R6PLACO181R 1,600 5,000 2,000 3,000 5,000 3,000- 51000 5,000 5,000 51000 • OTP@3OITURE 21,039 34,950 31.950 31000 19.950 12,000 191950 191950 19,950 19,9s0 •• OPERATM 6 NAIS3'BQNCE 11,039 34,950 31,950 3,000 19,950 12,000 19,950 19,950 19.950 19,950 •.• SEREST NARKING/slm 77,994 101.642 -73.167 29.475 se,159 15,009 91,783 93,443 93,141 93,879 I PRS MRD 10/24/00, 3003,45 eVDOCI PARP11eTTi0X MORR511R6I PACs 3t y pwO won FOR fISOO. Y 3001 ACLWMI'IXG IMOlSOO 10/3000 O w O 1999 2000 3000 2001 3001 SOOJ 3004 2005 W N AC-NAI, eVOGtf R Ism 1000 PRO9'OS® 2001 pROP05® PAOPOSBD PROTOS® PROPOS® ACOADII XI M AtttllMf DIMP RIMON 0110GCI •••VARIANCe••• elIDC51' •••VARIAACT<••• eVOG6l' eUDGNI BUDGBT 811DCCI J SNOM R0f0VAL 001-0704-475.01-01 PATRON 74,625 95,457 83,4$1 11,976 101,305 19,114- 106.)'10 111.689 11],373 1]].13.1 001-0704-495.01-08 PAYROLL-OVORTIMR 9,937 17,01 19,671 0 56,659 0,f84 31,99] 39.U3 ]0,163 8,405 001-0704-475.01-09 PAYROLL-SID FITS 33,331 27,397 37,397 0 40,665 13,360- 43,512 46,558 49,817 5],304 001-0704-05.01-10 TRAINING 260 750 750 0 1,000 250- 11000 1,000 1,000 1,000 001-0704-415.01-13 TMVp. 999 1,000 1,300 300- 1,000 300 1,000 1,000 1,0000 1,0000 001-0704-495.01-13 MIIRO46MI OMIT 912- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 =PO4DITORS 108.233 143,275 130.599 11,676 170,629 40,030- 179,874 109,639 199,952 510,846 .. PSRSONRBL SRRVIO6 108,333 143,375 130,599 11.676 170.629 40,030- 179,074 189,639 199,953 310,846 001-0704-475.02-14 CORlBMT 53NVIC0 16,904 19.560 17,550 3,000 30,733 3,173- 31.759 13,847 33,989 25,189 0 12.000 2.000- 13,000 12,000 12,000 11,000 001-0704-475.02-15 SW-SMRLT RD 20,273 10,000 10,000 CONTPACT 001-0704-475.02-45 UTILITIW-S' T RD 97.536 105,544 105,544 0 147.775 43,1)1- 155.160 161.951 1771,060 179,611 M 001-0704-05.02-72 SR661 W MIMI6NAMC8 0 11500 1.500 0 1,500 0 1,500 1.soo 1,500 1,soo 001-0704-475.02-73 SNOM = ROAD R IVABL6 20.30- 27.339- 27,239- 0 38..19- 11.178 40,3]e- 4].]55 37.194- 71,692- . SZPHOIITOR0 114,366 109,355 109,355 2,000 143,581 36.336- 150,084 241,6]) 171.363 111,613 •• pORC w SSRVIMS 114,366 109.355 107.355 3.000 143.581 36,136- 150,084 241,633 171,363 171,613 001-0704-475.04-03 SANDING MA IA4 59,035 83,000 63,000 ]0,000 95,750 JJ,J20- 100,682 SOJ,760 106,814 110,010 30 10- 0 ]0 0 0 0 0 001-0704-475.04-13 XSSCOLI.ANSOUS 6 0 100 001-0704-495.04-51 SVPPLIBS-OPTIOi 99 100 150 50- 100 50 100 100 100 001-0704-475.04-33 SPLIRS-TWLS 406 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 OP 001-0704-475.04-34 UNIFORMS 1,650 ],500 ],500 0 3.500 0 3,500 ].500 3,500 3, 0 3.000 3,000 3.000 3.000 001-0704-475.04-49 SAFETY/FIRS'Y AID 1,530 3,000 3,000 0 2,000 • e2PMN0ITUR6 62,724 87,100 67,170 19.930 100,850 33.680- 105.792 108,862 111,914 115,116 •• OP T1NG 6 MAINTta4ANC0 62,924 87,100 67,190 19.930 100.850 33,680- 105.783 108,865 111,914 115,118 ••• SNOM RQgVAL 395,323 338.730 305.134 33,606 415.060 109,936- 05,740 540,134 483,]]9 497.576 PREPARED PA 39 10124/00, 30.03x45 MATIO T 0. FROG M O46om IOR OTSCAI, Y 3001 ARODMIIED PIMIDD 10/2000 m 2001 3002 2003 2004 2005 p 8 1999 3000 2000 ® PMop AC131AI. e0006[ REVISED 3000 PMOPOS® 2001 PROPDS® PROPOE® O N ACCOIMI DUMBER ACLQMY DESCRIPTIQ4 911CO6! •••VAR[A8C6••• D1E16ET •••VARIADC6••• 8DOO61' DUDOEf' 911006'Y BODGES' ..�O\ J VlJIICLO[/eWIPMBIR MM7M 001-0704-477.01-01 PAYROLL 16,140 5,024 21,000 15,976- 5,332 15,666 5.599 5.e79 6.1)30 6,402 0 001-0)04-4]9.01-08 PAIROLL-OV IMI 399 0 140 140- 0 140 0 0 001-0904-499.01-09 PAYROLL-BA rin 4,949 1.424 9.934 61500- 3,140 5,784 2,290 21450 2,622 2,906 • plPpiDIl 21,286 6,449 29,064 32.616- 9,492 21.592 9,889 9,329 91795 9.288 •• P60.SO1ME1. SIAVIM 21,296 6,449 39,064 32,616- 7,473 21,592 7,989 61329 9,795 9,288 Soo 001-0704-477.02-29 EQDIPM8IPI-REPAIRS 139 500 920 410- 500 430 500 500 S00 500 RE 001-0704-4 77.01-32 IIGRI/SMIPPIW GARAGES 53 Soo 250 250 S00 250- 500 300 500 0 300 500 500 500 001-0704-477.02-41 RADIOS-REPAIM 333 500 500 0 S00 001-0704-477.03-46 VBRIC -REPAIR6 5,184 1,000 350 750 500 250- 1,000 1,000 11000 3,000 • E2P IT 5,597 21500 1.930 590 2,000 80- 21500 2,500 2,500 2,500 .. pUROlA9® SEWIM 5,597 2,500 1,930 580 2,000 80- 2.500 2,500 2,500 2,500 p 300 300 200 200 001-0)04-497.04-1] MISCEIJ.AMEdF 82 300 200 0 300 650 650 001-0704-477.04-16 8ADI05 11275 650 700 - 50- 650 50 650 650 001-0704-477-04-32 SOPPLIEB-TOOLS 110 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001-0704-477.04-35 vp11CLe-CAS 6 OIL 11,699 17,850 19,000 1,150- 36.250 7,250- 27.563 28,941 30.388 31.904 001-0)04-47).04-36 VBRICLE-EOVIPMBMT 11,074 15.000 15.000 0 15,000 0 15,000 15,000 15,000 15.000 V IC -IIiSOMAMCE 5.363 ).315 5,636 1,687 2,3]4 1,304 4.454 4.588 4,726 4,969 001-0704-477.04-37 001-0704-477.04-38 V ICLB-PA 6 SUPPLIES 35,620 21,000 31,000 _ 0 23,050 1,050- 33,153 24,309 35,524 26,900 63,029 487 68,974 6,946- 71,519 74,188 76,188 79,933 EEPIMDITVRE 55.221 62,515 •• OPERATIMO 6 MAIMTHARCE 55,221 62,515 63,030 487 68,974 6,946- 71,519 74.188 76,968 79.922 0 43,258 9,045 001-0704-477.06-01 CASM PDACDA.9LS 64.687 71.0)6 69.076 5,000 3.500 65,576 29.07] 42,256 9,045 • EAP011DIH 64,687 74,076 69,0]6 5.000 J,500 65.576 39.072 0 •• CAPITAL 64.691 74,076 69,076 51000 3.500 65.576 29,073 0 43,259 9.045 ••• VmiICLE/BOVIPMHI[ 14lID 146,791 145.539 163,088 16,549- 01.946 80.143 110,900 05,017 130,541 100,755 PRRPARBD 10/36/00, 10,03,65 BUOGST PRRPARATip811ptR311RR PAGB JO a PROM M MSOIL 0OR RISI3W T 2001 ACCO JW P JW 10/2000 A 3001 3003. 2003 3006 2005 tJ 8 1999 2000 2000 U ACNAL BWGeT RWIS® 2000 PROPOS® 2001 PROPOS® PROPOS® PR09048D pROP068D Ij ACCOIM7I MimaeR ARtlUN1' UC9CRIOTxaN BI1oORT •••VARIANCE••• mIDGNr •••VARIANCE••• eVOC[[ euDCrr 8ODO81' eI1DG61' 10 O, b J SIREBI'M1IINILIUNCE 001-0)06-6)9.01-01 PAIAOL4 116,973 135.650 125,005 10,665 135,963 10,957- 16],)60 169,090 15),19] 165.361 001-0706-470.01-Oe PASROLL-OVERTIME 3,991 8,703 7,033 1,970 9,066 3,071- 9,596 9,993 10,692 71.035 001-0706-678.01-09 PATROLL-Bm ITS 37,696 38.957 30,300 8,657 56,576 26.3)6- 50.619 62.600 66,056 71,505 001-0706-678.01-10 TRAINING/REGIS TIONS 237 1,000 300 700 1.000 700- 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 s00 0 Soo SOO Soo 500' 001-0706-678.01-12 'IRAVp, 0 Soo 500 0 • p[P6NDITURE 166,897 186,810 163,138 21,672 201,105 37.966- 312.2)) 323.876 516,260 249,312 •• P6REONIIA.$BIOICE$ 166,697 186,810 163,138 21.673 301,103 37.966- 313,273 223,076 336.160 269,312 001-0706-676.02-16 CONPRAOP Sm ICB 15,662 12,500 9,500 31000 12,875 3,375- 13,261 13,656 16,067 16.690 0 1,500 1,500 1,500 11500 001-0706-678.02-63 7ELEPRONE 1,362 1,500 1,500 0 1,500 001-0706-678.02-66 UTILITIES 6,216 S.000 6,500 500 5,000 500- 5,000 5.000 5,000 5.000 =] IT 23,060 19,000 15,500 3.500 19,375 3,875- 19,761 50.158 20.567 20.990 .. PURCNASED SERVICES 23.060 19,000 15.500 3.500 19.375 3.075- 19,761 20,155 ]0,56) 20,990 Soo 001-0706-678.06-12 MISCBLf.AN6tR13 266 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 7.500 001-0706-678.06-13 PAVING/RAM MATBRIAI3 9.209 7.500 7.500 0 ),500 0 ),500 7.500 7,5=970 001-0706-678.06-16 ROAD MTB M TM511 5,336 5,305 6,305 1,000 5,666 1,159- 5.650 5.797 5.9)0 6.150 001-0706-678.06-27 SOPPLIW-LANDSCAPING 1,637 1,000 1.000 0 1.000 0 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 0 300 300- 0 300 0 0 0 0 001-0106-670.06-38 SUPPLIES-OFPICE 0 500 500 500 500 001-0706-670.06-33 SUPPLIES-'IDOLS 311 500 soo 0 500 0 001-0706-678.06-66 SUPPLIES-SfRE6[ LlC 6.362 2,000 1,500 Soo 2,000 soo- 2.000 2.000 2.000 2,000 • E)F ISORE 21,5)9 16,805 15,605 1,200 16,966 1.359- 17.130 17,197 17,670 17,650 •• OP TINO S MAIMT®6ANCE 21,279 16,005 15,605 1.300 16.966 1,359- 17,128 17.297 17.670 17.650 ••• SIREEI MAINTROOILE 191.216 230.615 196,263 26,371 237,661 63,198- 369.162 261,339 376,277 ]8),952 PACs PREFAB® 10/I6/00, 10.03185 HI19GST PRHPARATIa9 N04 �T AOxVHYI1IC POLloo 31 10/2000 PROCRAH CM691L POR PISOJ.SGR 2001 R N O 3999 2000 2000 3001 2002 ]00] 2008 2005 � AC1VA1 BV06ET RRPIsm 2000 PROPOS® 2001 PROPOH® PROLOS® Oi ACC01118[BVI�BR A0001111't D86f]IIPTION HUDCHf •••VARIAIK6••• BVH(R7T •••YARIAHC6••• 9UDC6'Y HV006L b J NMH In 68RP108 001-0708-879.01-01 PAYROLL '7,77] 7,535 11.690 8,185- 15,996 4]16- 16,195 1'1.6)4 28.516 19. 1.505 1,505- 0 1,505 0 0 0 0 001-0708-879.01-08 PAYROtd-O TIVR 3,709 0 7,865 8,816 001-0708-879.01-09 PAYROLL-H9HRIT6 3.728 2.157 S.157 3.000- 6.821 1,268- 6.870 7.]50 �p�pyR 15,209 91692 18,382 8.650- 22,417 4,07S- 21.665 28.988 ]6,]81 27,852 .. P801501Q181.HmivyQH 35,209 9,692 10.342 8.650- 22,817 8,075- ]],665 28,908 26.381 27.858 100 0 100 100 100 100 001-0708-879.08-33 SVPPLIHS-HVIIDI180 0 100 100 0 100 100 100 100 . p[P0o)ISURH 0 100 100 0 100 0 •• 0301RATI1IC 6 M11IR'I'RV118CR 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 loo •.• LVMH tw 5 1C 15.209 9,792 18,882 8,650- 23,517 8,075- 23.765 25,088 26,861 27,958 ------ ------- _.__..---�__ __-__ ..•• ptPII30tiVRE3 716,533 816,318 753,068 63.258 815.12) 63,058- 911, l0 1,00],99) 1,007,669 1,008, _. ________ ____ ______________ 110 ....• ROM 716.533 816.318 753,068 63.258 815.122 62.058- 911,830 1,003,997 1,007,669 1.009, P1I.:6 32 PREPM® 10124100, 10.01.45 TIOOR �Tlw ACQM lm MEW 10/2000 l2 PROOBM WOIL m PISCAx.TMR 2001 W 1959 3000 3000 3001 2002 2003 2004 ]005 J ACIVAL BVOCR RWISM 2000 PROPOSED 2001 PROP09® P B ACCOA MVlOER AIYQIR'1'093CRIPTIp1 8UI10ET •••vARIAMCa••• e11o06L •••9ARIAlIC3••• ewcsr J SOLID HASTE O[P IIVRES TRIl9M PICRVP 001-0)05-485.01-01 PAYROLL 95,730 105,201 103,201 ].000 100.34) 6,046- 11],660 119.)4) 135.)10 131.57S 001-0705-485.01-03 PAYROLL-OPERTIME 1,860 $1550 ),000 1,550 5,413 1,588 S,683 5.96) 6,265 6,5)9 001-0)05-465.01-09 PAYROLL-BENEFITS 29,019 88,855 )1.640 5,219 JJ,762 136- J6,135 )8.654 41.360 44.355 001-0705-485.01-10 YMIIIMIMO/REGIS TIOM3 0 500 40 460 500 460- 500 500 500 500 001-0705-485.01-12 TMPEL 10 Soo loo 400 Soo 400- Soo 560 500 500 • VP ITVRE 12),44) 153.606 143.977 10,629 148.421 5.444- 156.468 164,964 171,935 313,409 •• PMd SOIPIC65 1]7,44) 153.606 143,977 10,629 148,421 5,444- 156,468 164.964 173,935 183,409 001-0)05-485.0]-14 CGI'IElY..T SBRPIM 2,666 3,000 ].000 0 4.000 1,000- 4.200 4,410 4.631 4,862 001-0705-485.02-22 DUMP P865 90,858 96,000 96,000 0 86,000 10,400 90,600 94.815 99.556 104.539 0 ].500 400- 3.625 3,756 3,894 3,039 001-0705-985.03-33 DUMP 9EE5/TIRB.9 2,037 2,100 3.100 p 268 386 405 435 001-0705-485.02-43 T6LEWgNE 393 350 450 0 - 350 • MP6MDITVRE 95.954 101.450 101,950 0 93.850 8.600 97,493 103.367 107.406 113,860 •• PURCM24® SERlm 95,954 101,450 101.450 0 92,850 0,600 9).49) 102.367 107.406 113,860 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 001-0705-405.04-06 g1ES,MEMBERSilIPS,SVB3QIP 23 340 200 100 53 400 400 450 450 001-0705-495.04-12 MxSG6]SAMe0V3 453 400 453 SJ- - Soo 1,459 1,000 100 600 500 100- 500 200 500 001-0705-485.04-23 $UPPLt85-BVII,OINO p 200 0 200 300 300 300 001-0705-485.04-]J SUPPLIR9-dEANIMG 26 200 100 100 100 65 100 300 100 0 100 0 100 001-0705-405.04-38 SUPPL185-OlfICE 0 1.000 0 1,050 1,102 1,153 1,316 001-0705-405.04-32 SUPPLIES-1W15 059 3.000 1,000 001-0705-4es.0404 VMIPOPMS 3,736 ),000 3,000 0 51404 0 5.150 3,801 6,473 6.60 • MPRNITURE 5.625 5.900 5.353 547 5,400 0- 5.600 5,811 6,011 6.]13 •• OPmU1TINV i MAINf614ANCE 5,625 5.900 S,JSJ 50 5,400 47- 5.600 5.611 6.081 6,313 p 0 0 001-0705-485.06-01 CASH PURCJOS65 1)6.641 120.000 14,000 106.000 30,000 6,000- 50.000 0 0 4 • MFWDI1 z 136,643 120,000 14,000 106.000 ]0,000 6,000- 50,000 •• CAPITAL 136,643 120,000 14.000 106,000 20.000 6,000- 50,000 p p 0 ••• 'IE11SM PICEVP 365,669 390.956 263,780 117,176 266,671 3,091- ]09.561 37).141 ]87,503 102,583 1n a3 ' � a NAM 10/34/00, 10r03r45 J3 ACCIR O 000 PROOA M601L iVR 9ISCA1 I 1001 R 1999 2000 3000 2001 OTOS 300] TOO6 3005 W O R Im 3000 PROPOS® ]001 PROPOS® PR030S® PROPOS® PztnO 0 AC'IVA1. DUOOHI ...VARIARCB�•� 30DC6P DI1008T DVIX7P[ DUIR.3P M Ol ACcoI R1M35R ACCQMP DeSCRIPTIOR 30006T ••'VARIAlIC3••• 3R06[[ �D J Ve11IC18 MAINt81W3C8 661- 10,655 lilies 11,747 12,335 9,9x3 9.491 9,437 5 10.108 001-0705-486.01-01 PAYROLL Jl_ SJ2 559 Ss) 616 001-0705-436.01-09 PAYROLL-BV FIMS 206 150 474 324" 507 4.146 430 3.15] 327 3.165 12- 3.336 3.613 ].377 0 001-0705-486.01-09 PASROLL-BHR DI 4,051 J, 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0705-686.01-13 AHPIHHMR![ f]lBUIT 1.321' 0 0 E3IPdDtTURB 12,357 13.122 13.114 a 13,820 706- 14,573 15.]70 36,211 17,D9 .. imISO11118L S13cri 3 12,357 13,113 13,114 8 13,330 706- 14.573 15.370 16.111 17,099 430 530 430- 556 584 613 644 001-0705-466.03-32 PR lI /SRIPPIDO (NARCPS 11 530 100 0 100 200 200 100 001-0705-486.02-41 RADIOS-MAIMS 94 200 100 0 200 001-0705-486.02-46 VA1=-REPAIRS 0 1.000 1,000 0 1.000 0 1.050 1.101 1.152 1,215 . plPBtiDITVRB 105 1.730 1,100 430 1.730 430- 11806 1.886 1,965 x.059 .. PURcI SHRVIRH 105 1,730 1.300 410 1,730 430- 1.806 1.886 1.965 3,059 001-0705-496.04-35 V RICL8-OAS 6 OIL 7,653 8.499 9.200 701- 11,398 ].198- 11,967 13,566 11.194 13,854 500 1,000 500- 1,050 1,000 1.000 11000 001-0705-436.04-16 Vm1ICLe-Bp1t PD6RP 696 1.000 500 160 1,853 1,939 1,997 2,057 001-0705-486.04-37 VBRICLB-IRSVRADCH 1,894 2,505 7.908 590 9,000 261 9.714 001-0705-486.04-30 VIDICLR-PARTS 6 SOPPLI55 9,408 7.000 7.000 0 8,000 3.000- 3,400 4,3x0 5. O1[PdDINRB 19,591 19,084 18,638 196 25,236 9.518- 23.100 24,335 25,452 16,635 •• OP TIRO 6 RAIDI4D04C5 19.591 19,094 19,683 196 x3,3]6 1.533- 33,100 34,325 25,453 26,635 0 0 0 32,983 0 0 0 001-0705-496.06-01 GSR PDRdASPS 0 0 0 0 0 0 B1IP63NtSURE 0 0 0 0 0 0 32,933 r• CAPITAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 31,913 0 0 0 � 4,674- )],663 41,581 0,6x8 49.793 ..• V3AICL8 MAIATIXA33L8 33.053 33,936 33.101 334 J),]]6 PREPAR00 30/26/00, 30,01.65 80IIGEL PR6PARATIOM IIG2001 f PA06 36 Q PAOIM0IM CM601L POR PISCAL YEAR 2001 ACCOUIII'I10 PORIOD 10/3000 N W 8 1999 3000 2000 3001 2003 2003 2006 2005 �p ACNAL 8000Ex RvfI 2000 PRO906® 3001 PROWS® PRONE® PROPOS® PROPOS® „0,, AO_CIAYP mneex ARAM[ xrE$CRxPTI016 suocsr •••vARxAMQ••• eO8O0T •••VARIANCE••• euoosr 9O806T BOOOCE egOOiP `o J R6CYCLINO 001-0705-668.01-01 PAYROLL 27.503 27,691 26,166 1,500 33,827 7,663- 35,516 )),396 39,159 61, 001-0705-408.01-08 PAYROLL-OV IME 636 1,000 1,000 0 1,691 691- 1.775 1.066 1,957 2.055 001-0705-688.01-09 PAYROLL-B6N6EIT5 9.060 10,22] 10,22] 0 10.551 120- 11,309 13.0)9 13.9]6 13,029 • EEPEROIN 37,001 30.907 37,607 1.500 66,069 0,662- 60.582 51,237 56,060 57.001 •• P6RSOMM6I. SERVICES 37.001 38,907 37.607 1,500 66.069 0.663- 66.582 51,237 56.060 57.001 001-0705-680.02-16 CORYR SERVICE 71 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0705-686.02-22 "P P6E5 56.766 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • m[PENOx7VRE - 56,855 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 •• POROOCS® S®O)ICES 56,855 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0705-680.06-06 DUlf5,X8MBmfS11IP5,POB.SCRIP 3,322 Soo 500 0 Soo 0 Soo 500 Soo 500 001-0705-688.06-12 MISC6I.VWWII3 0 Soo 0 500 500 500- 500 500 500 500 001-0705-688.06-77 R6CYCI.IMO SOOCASIOM 0 1,500 0 1.500 0 0 1,500 1,500 11500 1,500 ®P01017ME 3,322 2.500 500 2.000 1,000 500- 2,500 3,500 2.500 3,500 •• OP TIMO 6 MAIMTEIAMCE 3,322 2,500 500 3,000 1,000 Soo- 3,500 3,500 3.500 2,500 001-0705-686.06-01 CAE11 PORCMSES 1,800 0 600 600- 0 600 0 0 0 0 • 61IP010IYVRE 1,000 0 600 600- 0 600 0 0 0 0 •• CAPITAL 1,800 0 600 600- 0 600 0 0 0 0 ••• RBCYCLIMO 98.978 61,607 38.507 2.900 67,069 8.563- 51,063 53,737 56,560 59.501 i PAGE 35 a PREFAB® 10/34/00. 10.03,45 B0DGE3 PSEPA911TId 110AEB1R6I AL.0 N I10G MI00 10/3000 N I41008AN 3001 d601L !OE rISCA4 TBAR 3001 2003 3003 3004 3005 1999 3000 3000 C O ® PAOp O N N IEEO ]001 3000 PEOPOEED ® DIIOfTD BOOOET •h T AC1ML 601CG61' DODD<[ •••yAEIMC6••• EBpOf! WiDM ACCQIIIT BdBp{ ACCWRI DE6CAIP[Sd t1UOGE) •••9AAIAMR••• J WILD" 1,094- 1).159 10.640 19.560 30,559 13,395 15.810 15,830 0 16.914 931 9)9 L,m 001-0105-{89.01-01 PATAOLL 200- 846 154 996 61915 001-0705-429.01-08 PA)AOLL-0961011= 151 ]00 1.000 5 3)3 1 315_ 5,645 6,040 6,46] 001-07OS-489.01-09 PA9NOLL-BEN6rIT3 5.416 1.851 4,000 1.053 31,031 Te,503 • 63PBNDIT086 15.911 11.813 30.830 11053 23,03S 3,]15- ]4.391 ]5.619 •• PE1lWNN6L SBN9IC65 15,933 31,6)] 30.830 1.053 33,035 3,315- 34.391 35.619 31.031 36.503 1,999 10.000 8.000 3,000 9,500 500- 9.975 9,371 9.640 10,533 001-0705-40f.01-16 Cp1P6AR1Ce O]MSIt 6,)67 0.500 9.000 500- 9,500 500- 9,975 10,474 10,991 14,254 001-0105-409.01-1) PA6C81,C 500- 5.615 5,859 4,052 3,936 3,500 3.000 000 3,500 001-0105-489.02-16 TI1®61B0ILL 0 5.]50 S,S1J s,)9e 6.0)2 001-0705-489.03-11 NISCE6H606g15 RO= 9.425 10,000 5.0% 5.006 5,000 406 f 915 30 414 10.99) 11,54) 001-0705-489.01-65 SIL9ER3NE6 9,094 9,500 9.094 406 9,500 3.404- 5.)15 6.064 6.36) 6. ],096 5,600 5,096 1.504 5,500 y 911 10,419 10,940 001-0705-469.01-66 5110810/35 CILDO 8,440 1,560 9.000 � 560- 9,{00 5.470 001-0705-499.02-67 MM MIND C PM 6,440 10.000 4,500 510- 4,1]5 4,961 5,109 4.190 4.100 4.120 90' 63,669 66,653 001-0705-429.03-68 Ot65)N00D 11.]90 55.000 5.190- 51.)50 60.639 • 6 mIDIT 53,99) 61.300 49.810 49.910 11.390 55,000 5.190- 51,150 60.639 63.669 66,853 •• P060 m 5l70PICE9 51,991 61,]00 p 100 300 300 200 103 100 100 0 300 ]00 100 300 001-0705-489.04-17 NISC6LLANE005 p 0 100 300- 100 400 001-0705-499.04-33 SDPPLIM-CLEANING 104 0 200- 400 400 400 207 200 100 0 400 • 8]IPBNDITURE 400 100 400 400 300 100 0 400 300- •• OP6INTING L NAINTR0ANC6 301 83,443 86,659 91,090 95,155 ROLiQPP 10.136 83.313 10.830 31.443 78.435 1.605- w• ------------ "-___""5757- -7757__ ------------ -------------- _-_--__5575_ -----566.82- ---°5-""-"" 23,732- 515,747 155.118 419,)60 50 •.•• BEP6NOI]11RBS 566,836 SJ9,5)3 406,119 IJ3.3 SJ 439,951 --_--__5_747 -7775__-__-. -._-.-5777._ _.-7777-.fi 7777___5777- __-___._3Jr--- ____________ __7777_-77.57. 419.160 503. 3 ._--__5575-_ 7777-.__5577 439.951 )R- S15,A1 455.119 I ••••• SOLID MASIE 566.826 539,571 406,119 133,353 A M= 10/24/00, 30,03,65 RUDCe'P PRRPMAPIOM 110RR.911E6S PACE 36 O PROGR d601L 90R 81SCA4 Y 2001 AL7AIA8[I892 P i0D 10/2000 N �' 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 3006 2005 ACNAL BDDC6'f R6PI56D 3000 PR MO CD 2001 PBOP09® PROPOS® PROPOS® PROPOSE AGLg1M7 MOMRER ACCOIRPI D83CRtRIOM 60006'[ •••VMIAIK6••• DU066I •••VMIAMR••• RUOCSP RUCC6T R\IDGSP RUDC6'I Cn J mp QP6MDI7URE5 -491. 1-01 PAYROLL 001-0)06-991.01-01 PAYROLL 16,187 60,690 57,266 3,196 62.310 6.966- 65.120 68.586 73,016 75.616 001-0706-691.01-08 PAYROLL-OP®ISIMR 1.952 1.800 500 11300 1,166 666- 1,225 1,386 1,350 1,616 001-0706-691.01-09 PAYROLL-R61SFM 15,671 16,597 16,173 1.576- 20,792 2,619- 23.267 23,809 35,971 27,253 001-0706-691.01-30 7RAIRIMC/RBCI31701}3OMS 1,015 1,200 600 600 1.236 936- 1,273 1,311 1,351 1,391 001-0706-991.01-13 7R m 171 900 600 0 612 12- 626 637 650 969 • =MVDIN 65,096 80,637 77.119 3,518 85.816 8,697- 90,969 95,939 100,636 106,193 •• PBRS010P9,56RPICLO 65,096 80,637 77,119 31518 85,816 8.697- 90,689 95.636 100.638 106,192 001-0706-991.02-39 COMPRACP SB la 3,978 2.000 2.000 0 2.060 60- 2,122 2.185 2,251 2.319 001-0706-991.02-29 BOOIPMd1PP-RRPAIRS 99 150 900 350- 612 12- 926 937 9SO 666 001-0706-991.02-32 MICR?/SMIPPIMC CMARC65 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0706-991.03-61 RADIOS-RRPAIR 876 150 200 50- 200 0 206 312 219 225 • =R DISORR 6,965 2.300 2.600 300- 2.672 72- 2.753 2,839 2,920 3,008 •• PUA001.96D SRRPIMS 6.965 2,300 2.600 300- 2.672 72- 3,753 2.639 2.920 3.008 001-0706-991.06-06 R ,MCRRRRSMIPS.SCRSMIP o5 150 250 100- 300 50- 309 316 329 138 001-0706-991.06-13 MISC6ITAMRODS 0 50 125 75- 95 JO 98 101 109 10) 001-0706-691.09-28 Sto?nIRS-OFFIM 869 1.200 200 11000 206 6- 212 219 225 333 • REPBRD1l 959 1.600 575 825 601 26- 619 638 657 677 •• OPBRA72MC 6 MAIRYEMAMCR 956 1,600 575 835 601 26- 619 636 6S7 677 001-0706-691.06-01 CASH PORCRASSS 0 2,500 2.000 500 0 2.000 2.000 2,000 0 2,000 • Pt010I1 0 2,500 2.000 500 0 2.000 2,000 2.000 0 2,000 mI •• Gpitu, 0 2.500 2.000 Soo 0 2,000 2,000 2,000 0 2,000 u• 82.6E'i'MAIO1L798ER2 71.015 66.837 92,299 6,S63 89.089 6.795- 95.860 100,896 101,315 111,827 bo PREPARED 10/24/00, 20,03,45 6DOCET PREPARTIOIB RDRR536E3' PAIa 37 J a PItOORAR MGOIL MR PISGL T 2001 MCQR3'M PRIOR 10/3000 p 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 3003 3006 3005 0Aj 8 ACNAL BIIW3T REVISED 2000 PADPOSe ®O ]001 PROPOS® PROPOSID PROPOS pROPOSED .0 P ACCdM[ VWBER ACCOURT DEBGIPPIDR EUDGEP •••VR3ARR••• BODDi! •••VMIA6CE••• DI)OL3T 6V00E1' B1IDCCI 9UOOET b J VRICLE MIMTC7U1RC6 4] 156,191 164,736 001-0706-492.01-01 PAYROLL 99.400 1]3,836 126,505 �.241 135.528 8.943- 143,305 149, 0 001-0706-493.01-04 PAYROLL-RATR 7. SMITA'M 6,937- 8.000- 2,500- 51500- 3.500- -0 ].625- 3,756- 2,894- ].OJ9- 001-0706-492.01-OS PAYROLL-S'R S RILDGT 826- 100- 300- 500- 300- 0 315- 331- 347- 365- 001-0706-492.01-00 PAYROLL-OVR1'IM 14,339 5,310 4,500 lie 6.221 1,711- 6,532 6,859 7,302 7,562 001-0706-493.01-09 PAYROLL-812VCF 5 21,835 36.557 39.592 3.0]0- 65,396 5,704- 48,647 51,569 55.459 59,374 001-0706-492.01-10 TRSRIIOO/REOISTRASI0115 1,367 2,000 3,000 0 2,114 e5- 2,971 3,060 2,151 2,346 001-0706-491.01-12 VCL 360 2,500 2.500 0 2,575 75- 3.653 ],73] 3,814 3,898 3 103mrUIIDRE 129.526 172,201 173,177 976- 159.704 16,517- ]00,167 310,573 222.306 234.412 •• P6RSORRB[,$RVICES 139.536 171.201 173,177 976- 189.704 16,527- 200,167 210,573 312,306 234,412 001-0706-492.02-14 COR[RACT SRVICE 397 11900 2,550 650- 2.627 77- 2.705 2,786 2.070 2,956 824 24- 649 174 900 927 001-0706-492.02-29 sOuly -REPAIRS 611 100 000 0 fR 8 0 75 75- 75 0 77 e0 Ba 04 001-0706-491.02-32 MRXI /SEIPPIRO L11ARG6S - 001-0706-492.03-41 RADIOS-REPAIRS 130 150 0 150 155 155- 159 164 169 1774 001-0706-493.02-46 VRICLE-REPAIRS 450 150 0 150 155 155- 159 164 169 435- J.BJ6 411- 3,969 4.069 4.190 4.315 RpRDIME 1.666 3,000 3.425 •• PVRC) w SRVIM 11666 3,000 3.435 435- 3,836 411- 3,949 4.069 4,190 4.315 313 219 335 132 001-0706-492.04-13 RISC6L3AI0Eg15 0 100 200 100- 6 113- 3,995 4,104 4,227 4.354 001-0706-493.04-23 SVPPLIES-CLEMIM 4,810 2,900 3,756 856- 3,969 SUPPLIES-lUDtS 3,836 5,500 5,500 0 5.665 165- 5.625 6,010 5,190 6,376 001-0706-492.04-32 001-0706-492.04-34 URIPOMS 4,916 5,300 5.300 0 5.459 159- 5,633 5.791 5,965 6,144 001-0706-492.04-35 VERICLE-CAS 6 OIL 600 625 844 ]19- 1,055 311- 1,006 1,119 1.153 1.197 265 173 ]el 190 001-0706-491.04-36 VRICLE-EWIPReRl 2,158 250 250 0 151 8- 63 65 67 69 001-0706-492.04-37 VRICLE-INSURANCE 61 84 64 20 61 3 957 585 650 550- 076 36- 903 929 001-0706-493.04-30 VRICLE-PMTS c SVPPLIBS 1,407 300 8.533 8,779 9,042 001-0706-492.04-45 SVPPLIES-Vm1IQ.E NARORARE 6.586 7,500 7.800 000- 6.036 334- 6,275 • 63U?ENDIIVRE 26,283 22.559 24.564 2.005- 25,413 919- 26,246 ]7,OJJ 17,00 20.6]9 , •• OP TIN0 6 RAINTHIDVJCE 36,346 27,033 27,043 38.679 26.363 32,559 34,564 3,005- 25.413 919- 001-0706-492.06-01 CASU PURCEASES 2,915 7.300 6,500 100 2,000 4.500 12.360 12,731 13,113 13.506 • RPMIME 2,915 7.300 6,500 800 2.000 4.500 12,360 1].7]1 1],113 1J.506 •• GPITAL 3,915 7.300 6,500 600 2,000 4,500 12.360 12,731 13,113 13,506 ••• VRICLE MAIM'R3ANCE 160,389 205,060 207.666 2,606- 221,023 13.357- 242,722 254,405 367.452 300,912 50R AT3Q 0R PA 36 A PRZPWM 10/24/00, 10,03.45 RC 1 2001 AR lw lm 10/3000 ! PRGCA OIL p 3001 2002 2003 3004 ]OOS W O 1999 3000 3000 ��� PROO'OS® PROP08® P90P058D IJ ACtVAL BUDGIT RNIS® 3000 PR0606S® 7001 ACCYAIIR RUIelAt ACCCOIR D65CRtPTIW1 DOOOII •'•VARIAMC7I••• BIIC05f •��PARIARU•�• 8110RS DIIOCCI BIIOOCt 00006[ .w 06 J BOILOIDO c CAOVDDS 8,190- 24,440 1,613- ]5.66] 26,945 38,293 29.706 001-0706-491.01-01 PAYROLL 20,601 14,637 3].8]7 309 5- 324 341 358 376 993 001-0706-493.01-08 PAYROLL-OPOITIDI 038 900 100 100- 9,848 10,537 7,140 J.155- 8.0)9 899- 8,602 9,]04 001-0706-453.01-09 PAYROLL-Bm FM 5,0)8 J.985 10)_ 106 109 _ 113 116 001-0706-493.01-30 TMIRIIIO/ABCtSTMTIOD3 0 100 0 100 103 55 56 58 0 50 0 50 53 52- 5l 40,793 001-0706-4f].01-13 9RAVQ. 11,295- 33.943 ],676- 34.747 36,654 38.667 . 6ZPp1OI1VR6 26,613 18.973 30.267 •. PIR601DId SA[ 1I 36.633 18,973 30.267 111295- 33.943 2,676- 34.747 36,654 ]8,667 40,793 001-0706-493.01-04 wlwl110-MIR•f8DA0� 5,454 61000 9.695 3,695- 10,986 1,391- 11.315 11,655 13,005 13,]65 001-0706-49].03-14 CYAYIRACI SmlPIC6 17,313 18,000 15.050 2,950 15.502 452- 15,967 16.446 16,939 17,447 001-0706-493.02-29 BOUIPR6IR-RIPAIRS 891 2.000 1,500 500 2,060 560- ],130 2,180 3.]50 3.310 001-0706-493.02-32 SRIIIBIT/311IPPt11G CAAR069 68 0 0 0 0 000 65.000 10.000 75 47,41] . 77,350 13,350- 79.568 83,555 84,413 86.94 001-0706-493.02-44 VTILITIIS 9,755 105,798 14,553- 108,973 112.341 135.608 119.077 p@pNIYVR6 71,139 101,000 91.245 .� PIIRCRA.a® 3Btt0ICL9 71,139 101.000 91,345 9.755 105.798 14,5$3- 108.973 11],341 115,608 119,077 0 77 80 83 64 4 75 79 0 75 4.737 4.869 001-0706-493.04-12 MISMln-SVI 4 200 0 4,3]6 126- 4.456 4,589 001-0706-493.04-23 SUPPLIIS-DVILDIBO 4.081 6.200 7,367 7.485 7. 10 7.941 6850 6,000 5,759 , 850 7.056 1.056- 13 116 001-0706-493.04-33 SVPPLIIS-C1004IBO 0 10] 3- 106 1 109 1 001-0706-493.04-32 SUPPLIES-TOOL4 11 100 100 850 11.560 1,185- 11.906 13,]6] 12,632 13,010 BBPA0IYVRR 9.855 11,325 10,375 �. OP TIRO 6 MIMEIUM.3 9.855 11,315 10,375 850 11,560 1,385- 11.906 33,]61 11.613 1].010 001-0706-493.06-01 CASE PURCI = 0 3,500 0 ],500 ].000 3.000 1.090 ],183 3,170 3,377 ERP�12 0 3,500 0 3.500 3,000 3.000- 3.090 1.183 3,]78 3,377 0 1.500 0 1.500 1,000 1,000- 31090 3.183 3,378 3.377 CAPITAL 31.416- 158,715 164,341 170,185 176,]5 107,627 134,697 131,887 3,810 153.301 •.. NILOINC 6(i101RtO3 ----- ------------ -----339,031 -----436,594 --_--411,84] --------- 4,747 463.411 41.566- 497.397 519,643 541.853 569,996 •..• BICPEIIDITVAIS ----- ----- ----- 4;767 663.411 41.566- 49],]97 519,643 541.853 568.9 ...0 MP 339,031 436.594 421.847 PREPARED 10/24/00, 10,18,40 etmGEr PREPAMTlm NORESHEEr PACE 1 Wm 6 PROGRAM GM601L 900. TlB Y 2001 ACCQtffING PRIW 10/3000 OA! 1999 2000 2000 1001 3003 3003 3000 3005 A p ACTUAL 6VCGtI ACCy1VNI MIIMtER ACGYAM[ 821IX'ET •••VM10I0AN0 C6••• R8O11W6T D •••VA3R0IA0M1 CB••• BVDGR 0w POP ® P0 ® 0VI ® T tj V IMId b v Ce1JERAL PVND PMRS AMD TRAILS MAIMSHIC CEP0IDITUR63 1011M PARRS i '!RAILS MNIIIC ' 001-0707-494.01-06 PAYROLL-SEASQA2• 106,750 133,879 110,000 13,879 130,000 20,000- 154,150 163,590 1)0,)30 1)9,360 001-0707-494.01-06 PAYROLL - OV IME 3,791 1,500 3.500 1,W0- 1,500 1.000 1,500 1,443 65.366 90.366 001-0707-494.01-09 PAYROLL - 9II4E M 31,293 35,905 35,905 0 53,667 17,762- S7,423 61, 3 000 001-0707-494.01-10 TRAINING/RHGISTGTIONS 240 1,000 1,000 0 1,000 0 1.000 1,000 1,000 1, 001-0707-494.01-12 TRAVEL 2,990 1,500 3.200 700- 1,500 700 3,000 3,000 2,000 2,000 EEPENDlN 145,064 173.764 151.605 22.179 107,667 36,062- 216,773 220.533 240,964 2S4,106 .. P6R90NN61. SERVICES 145.064 173.784 151,605 32,179 117.667 36,063- 316.773 238.533 340.964 254,106 001-0707-494.02-14 NNTRACf $ERyiCE 17,327 15,000 10.000 5,000 15,000 5.000- 15,000 35.000 15,000 15,000 001-0707-494.03-32 RREIGO /SNIPPING CMRGES 115 300 0 300 300 100- Jab 250 370 30] 100 200 200 300 001-0707-494.02-41 RADIO-REPAIRS 0 300 300 100- 200 106 0 0 0 0 001-0)07-494.0]-43 T8L6%IONE e0 0 0 0 0 001-0707-494.02-44 MLITIES 2,176 2.625 2,625 0 2•756 121- 3.446 J.498 J.181 J.347 001-0707-494.02-46 VEHICLE-REPAIRS 0 399 399 0 435 26- {66 168 491 516 79)- 1).263 16.313 19,141 10.100 001-0707-494.02-47 WED COMIROL 15.424 15,750 15.750 0 16,537 • EIPENOIIVRE 35.122 34,274 29,074 5,200 35,218 6,144- 36.148 ]).594 30,391 39.545 •• PURCIIASBD SERVICES 35,122 34,274 29.074 5,200 35.316 6.144- 36,248 37.294 38.393 39.545 001-070]-490.04-12 MISCEL3ANEW'- 896 1,500 1.200 300 11500 300- 1,506 1,5000 1,506 1.506 001-0707-494.04-13 PAVING-RAN MATERIALS 3,441 10,000 0 10.000 4 0 001-0]07-490.044] SUPPLIES-LANDSCAPING 20,33] 35,000 23.000 13.000 35,000 12,000- 36.135 36,59) 00,516 a].1]5 0 100 0 125 115 001-0707-494.04-38 SUOPLIRS-O"ICE It 100 100 2,315 2.430 9S6 ],000 1,500 1.500 2,000 500- ],100 ],305 001-0701-x94.0{42 SWPLIE9-TOOLS 2,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0707-496.04-33 TRAILS-RAN MATERIALS 0 3,000 0 676 0 2,205 105- 2.315 2,524 x,551 ], 001-0707-494.0445 VOR1CLE-OM i'O2L 1.943 3.100 2.100 165 494 54 509 514 540 556 001-0707-494.04-37 VERICLE-IMSVRANCE 522 713 548 6,077 Soo- 5.250 001-0707-494.04-39 V ILLS-PMTS L SUPPLIES 2.457 6,300 3.500 9, 44.155 13,351- 52.549 50,683 53.335 55.909 • Qp�iyWE 10.453 60.713 30,949 29,79S •• 30,451 60,713 30.948 L MMNIHNANCE 29.765 44.399 13.251- 48.549 50,e93 53.335 55,908 OPEMTING 001-0)07-494.06-01 G PURCHASES 16.950 x:345 4.145 0 2.500 1.745 S,OOO 5,000 1.500 1.500 100- 500 500 500 Soo 001-0707-494.06-30 LEASED EQUIPMRII 0 400 400 0 500 ],000 • 6'EPEMDITURE 16,850 4.645 4,645 0 3,000 1.645 5.500 5,500 2,000 •• CAPITAL OU y 16,850 4.645 4.645 0 3.000 1.645 5,500 5.500 3.000 3,000 ••• IOMN PARRS i TRAILS MNTNC 217.489 273,416 216.272 57,144 270,184 53-912- 307,070 321,210 334.690 351,559 ------------ -------------- ------------ •••• ERP09DITUR65 337.499 ]7).416 216,273 57.104 170.184 53.912- 207.070 333,310 ])4.690 351,5 PRBPAR® 10/24/00, 10.16,40 eOOGBr 1RePAlUTlm Mortx5R0eT V= 2 w vl G OM601t M 9ISQL T 2001 ALTAUR IW P IOD 10/3000 A ' 2001 ]003 2003 2004 2005 A O 1999 2000 ]000 H ACNAL BIIOGR RRPts® 2000 PROPOS® 2001 PROPOS® PROPOS® PROPOB® P4!OPOS® p N ACNIMT NIMBER AQNIMY OBSCRIPYTOM eBOCe•1 •••VARIANCE••• B0006T •••PAR[AMCE••• ev0acr 6V006I eV[WRY eg406[ -y O. b J MP6MDITURE.9 RRCRBATIOM PROGRAM 001-0707-505.01-01 PAYROLL 3,44) 4,102 4,102 0 5.356 1.256- 5,625 5,90) 6.301 6,513 001-0707-505.01-06 SRASOML 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001-0707-505.01-06 PAYROLL - OVBI[TIMR 139 500 707 207- 500 207 551 576 606 637 001-0707-505.01-09 PAYROLL - BI216PIT5 887 - 960 1.050 90- 1.623 772- 1,949 2,066 2,332 2,366 001-0701-505.01-12 1RAVBL 0 300 300 0 300 0 300 300 300 300 • IO[P I' 4.502 5.663 6,159 297- 7.960 1,821- 8,425 6.671 9,340 9,037 •• P6RSOlNRI. S ICES 4,502 5.063 6,159 397- 7.900 1.021- 6,435 81671 9,340 9,037 001-0707-SO5.02-13 OOMIRAC'P LABOR 2,366 2,500 2,300 300 2,500 300- 2,756 2.693 31037 31190 001-0707-505.02-14 CdRRACT SpIVICE 1.652 2,700 3,700 0 21550 150 2,677 2,611 3,951 1,300 001-0707-505.02-24 EQUIP -ERAS® 42 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 S00 001-0707-505.02-29 BOOIPMIX REPAIRS 0 300 0 300 300 300- 500 500 S00 500 001-0707-505.03-32 PRBIQMT/SMIPPIMG CRARGBS 219 150 0 150 150 150- 150 200 200 200 SRPI7A[P 4,279 6.150 5.400 750 6,000 600- 6,563 6.904 7,168 7.490 •• pURCRASSU szIl ES 4.279 6,150 5,400 750 6,000 600- 6,563 6,904 7.186 7,490 001-0707-505.04-01 ADVERTISING 73 450 0 450 475 475- 535 550 577 606 001-0707-505.04-07 EOUIP 340 1,300 31500 2,200- 1,000 2.500 1.050 11102 1,157 1,21S 001-0707-505.04-12 MISC6LIAMW115 525 300 300 0 300 0 300 350 350 350 001-0707-505.04-22 S NIBS-BUILDING 517 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001-0707-505.04-27 SUPPLIES-LANDSCAPING 0 500 200 300 500 300- SOC 500 500 500 • BRPBNOlT 11455 2.650 4,100 1,450- 2.375 1,725 2,475 2,602 2.664 2,771 •• OPBRATIIIO 4. MA[A1B14AIIC6 1,4S5 3,650 4.100 1,450- 2,375 1.735 2,475 2,602 2,6.4 2,771 001-0707-505.06-01 CASH PUROU1565 1,475 0 2,900 2,900- 11,500 6,600- 10,000 3,000 3.000 3,000 MPEQXY 1,475 0 2,900 2.900- 11,500 6,600- 10,000 3.000 3,000 3.000 •• CAPITAL 1,475 0 3.900 2.900- 31.500 6.600- 10.000 3.000 31000 3.000 ••• RECREATION PROGRAM 11.711 14.663 16.559 3.697- 27,655 9.296- 37,463 21,177 23,]1] 23.096 ------------ ------------ -8800__8155. ---0058----097 ------------ -------------- ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ •••• 6EPOMDIIVRS9 11,711 14,66] 161559 3,697- 37,655 9,296- 37,403 21,377 13,312 31.090 .-.-0239,200 ------------ ------------031 ------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ••••• PARRS AND TRAILS MAINT6NC 2]9,300 266,076 314.631 53.247 296.039 63,208- 334,553 343,567 356,903 374,657 0----------- ------------ ------------ ------------ PUBLIC NORRS 5555.. - -339.]00 -----266,070 --134.011 - ----5].]47 - ---290,039 - 5888-63.]00- 334.551 343.507 356.902 374,657 •••••••G0461U11 FUND 239,300 2.8,076 234.031 S3,247 290.039 63.206- 334,553 343.S67 356.902 374,657 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DEBT SERVICE FUND The Debt Service Fund accounts for the revenues and expenditures of the Towns outstanding debt with the exception of the Housing Bonds, which are accounted for in their respective funds. Conference Center Bonds: The principal and interest on these bonds are paid from the SPA semi-annual lease payments made to the Town of Snowmass Village. These bonds mature in the year 2005. Operations Facility Bonds: The Debt Service Fund accounts for the property taxes received and for the payment of the principal and interest on the Operations Facility Bonds. These bonds mature in the year 2010. Road Bonds: In 1996, we refinanced the Operations Facility Bonds, which resulted in the breakout of the Road Bonds from the Operations Facility Bonds. These bonds mature in the year 2010. Droste Bonds: In 1999, the Town issued bonds to purchase a conservation easement along Brush Creek Road. The principal and interest on these bonds are paid from property taxes. These bonds mature in the year 2019. L6 JO 9t*Bud 9Z-00 T10 w a � •R � T TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DEBT SERVICE FUND BUDGET SUMMARY _ 1999 2000 2000 $ 2001 $ 2002 2003 2004 2005 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER $789,722.40 $796.611.93 $796,611.93 $0.00 $798.033.93 $1,422.00 $799,442.93 $799.660.93 $799,884.93 $800.115.93 REVENUES $1,182,897.03 $1,191,909.00 $1,758,673.00 $566,764.00 $1,810,726.00 $52.053.00 $1.817557.00 $1,830,075.00 $1,846,344.00 $1,086,929.00 EXPENDITURES ($1,176,007.50) ($1,191,658.00) ($1,757,251.00) ($565,593.00) ($1,809,317.00) ($52,066.00) ($1,817,339.00) ($1,829,851.00) ($1,846,113.00) ($1,865,529.00) ENDING BALANCE $796,611.93 $796,862.93 $798,033.93 $1,171.00 $799.442.93 $1,409.00 $799,660.93 $799,884.93 $800.115.93 $21,515.93 "The ending balance primarily mafsts of the debt service reserve funds far the Confmnce Carter. PREMM 10/24100, 10,05,56 lVIXSP PRE TIp61gRRS116IT i •R 0 6 PR04RAR 46014 TOR PISCAL T ]001 ACCEURxIMO TQIW 1013000 M 3000 2001 2002 3001 3006 200S A t9lOWE® 9ROPOSti1 PROf09® W 1999 2000 RIMS® 2000 PROPp56D 2001 PROWS® 8004'72 tVDJLP t101�9 N AGC7)1M1'RUMBR ACCOUNT' DESCRIPTION AC1WL lIIW6I 1UDLET •••VARIABCI••• 11101172 •••VARIARC6••• l9DOL[ 'O'D O• b J D61T SMVIC6 PIIRD T0.01 00]-0000-]00.01-01 PWP6RTi '[A11E5 399.669- 615.900- 992,666- 566,766 1,033,063- 69,619 1.039,569- 1,051.355- 1,0]0.9)7- 1,06 - REVRNE 399,669- 615.900- 913.666- 566,166 11033,083- 0.619 1.039.569- 1,051,355- 1,0]0,9]7- 11026.929- --------- ------------ --------0001 ------------ _-_•-__ ------ ------------ 0001 0000--_--- •. .�IgG 399.689- 615,900- 962,666- 566,766 1,032.083- 69.119 1,039,569- 1,051.355- 1.070.977- 1,086.929- NIS(>fl.I.ANH01)S 003-0000-300.07-01 INfBR65P INCR11 53,976- 36,206- 50.996- 16,760 52.516- 1,530 56,091- 55.716- 57,365- 0 REVWRI S3,976- 36.206- 50,986- 16.710 53,516- 1,510 56,091- 55,716- 5).]85- 550/5555.... ............ 0011 5500 1055 -------------- -------------- ------------ ---------�_. ------------ ------------ .. RISC6LIJ111DgiS 53,976- 36.306- 50,916- 14,780 53.516- 1,530 56.091- 55, 16- 5).395- 1'R11NSI6N5 [RCM OTA6R TURD 106 7x3,897- 733.006- 717,983- 0 003-0000-300.08-18 SALTS 'TAILS 739.632- 739,803- )25,0]3- 16,790- 736.137- 1, 717 912 0 • R��I 739,633- 739.603- )35.023- 16,780- 726,137- 1,106 723,097- 733.006- ------------ ............ ............ ..-5000 ------ ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ -----------0 •• TIUTASTB1tS PP.Ol1 OT1ER TURD 729,432- 739,803- 7]5,033- 16.160- 736.127- 1,106 133.697- 133.006- 117.982- „• REV0RN.3 1,182,897- 11191.909- 1.758,673- 566.766 1.810,726- 52,053 1.817,557- 1.830.075- 1.866,366- 1,096.939- •••• 7264072185 1,182,897- 1.191,909- 1,758,6>3- 566,764 1,130,726- 52,053 1.817.557- 1,00,075- 1,866,346- 11086,929- ••••• DnT SO = PURR 1,10,997- 11191,909- 1,758.673- 566,764 1,810,726- 53,053 1,117,557- 1,830,075- 1,846,344- 1.096.939- - -------------- --51,817..-- 0111----..-- ............ ............ ------------ 5500-5550.-. 0005__-___.- ______________ _5555-0551__ •••••• DEBT SERVICE P11RD 1,10.097- 11191,909- 1.)58,6)3- 566,764 1,610,726- 53.053 1,617.557- 1.830.075- 1,666,344- 1, - ••••••�DOT[SERVICE PUND 1,10,897- 1,191,909- 1.)58,6)3- 566,764 1.810.736- 52,053 1,817,557- 1,630,0)5- 1.066,366- 1,016,9x9- PRDPAR® 10/24/00, 10,05,18 ewct'P PREPARATION MoRls7tesr PA I m Q PROGRAM M601L IM PISCAL 76AR 2001 AROOIR'ING PBRIOD 30/2000 � d 2000 1001 2002 2003 2004 2005 ? C 1999 2000 RSVIS® 2000 PROP 2001 PROPOSED PROPOSBL PIlOPOS-® PROPOS® 0 N ACCOUNT M Zlt ACCOUIP3'06SCRIPTION ACNA1. BOOGI[ DVDGSI' •••NIRIAMCE••• DUOGSI •••VARLRMC6••• DIIOOC[ DUOG6I BVOOII BUDGET •y O• b J DEBT SORV[CI DEBT SERVICE PUND DEBT SDRVICD PIMD EXPENDITURES 0IPEMDIIVRR9 p S®PIICS EXPENDITURES 003-0000-400.30-01 PRINCIPAL-CONPAMI4C-I M 460,000 495,000 495.000 0 535,000 40,000- 575,000 620,000 665,000 720.000 003-0000-400.30-02 PRIMCIPAL-O% PACILIT9 35.000 35,000 35,000 0 225,000 190,000- 245,000 270,000 295,000 325,000 003-0000-400.30-03 PRIMCIPAL-ROAD D 150.000 175,000 175,000 0 15,000 160,000 151000 15,000 20,000 20,000 003-0000-400.30-05 IM6R6S1'-CTDBP6RRIM3 M 314,383 280.803 290.803 0 243.430 37.373 202,770 158,4% 110,136 57,600 003-0000-400.30-06 IMIBRES[-ROAD BOND 36.770 27,170 27,170 0 15,795 11,375 14.805 13,763 12.710 11,330 003-0000-40040-08 3NIERES-OPS PACILIT9 179.208 177,665 177.685 0 176,128 1.557 165.690 154.490 141,673 137,365 003-0000-400.30-12 OPERATIONS PAC BAMR P823S 633 11000 11000 0 1,000 0 1.000 11000 1,000 1,000 003-0000-400.30-17 MISCELU1N8M15 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 003-0000-400.30-21 PRINCIPRL-Mlo BONDS 0 0 155.000 155.000- 225,000 70,000- 235,000 245.000 260,000 275.000 003-0000-400.30-22 IN ES)-DR09PE BONDS 0 0 410,593 410,593- 372,964 37.629 363,874 353.094 340,564 328,234 • MP IIVRD 1,176,009 11191.658 1,757.251 - 565;593- 1,809,317 52,066- 1,817,339 1,829.851 1,846,113 1,865,529 •• DEBT SERVICE IXPENDITURES 1,176,009 1.191.658 1.757,251 565,593- 1,809,317 52.066- 1.817,339 1,829.651 1,846.113 1.865.539 ••• eXpp3DI]VR6.9 1,176,009 1.191.658 1,757.251 565,593- 1,809.317 52.066- 1.817,339 11839,651 1,646,113 1.065,529 •••• plmn)IT w 1,176,009 1.191.658 1,757.251 565.593- 1,809,317 52.066- 1,817,339 1,829.051 1.846,113 1.865,529 ••••• DEBT SERVICE POND 1,176,009 1,191.658 1,757,251 565,593- 1,809.317 52,066- 1,817,339 1,839.851 1,846,113 1,865.529 •••••• DEBT SERVICE PUMD 1,176,009 11191,658 1,757,251 565.593- 1,809,317 52.066- 1.617,339 1,829,651 1.846,113 1.865,539 ........MT Snv,a POND 1,176.009 1,191,658 1,757,251 565,593- 1,009,317 52,066- 1,817,339 1,829.851 1,846,113 1,865.529 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE LOTTERY FUND This fund was established to account for the funds the Town of Snowmass Village receives from the State of Colorado lottery proceeds. The Conservation Trust Fund statute governs that a municipality can only use these funds for the acquisition, development and maintenance of new conservation sites" or for capital improvements to or maintenance of recreational purposes on any public site. These funds have historically been applied toward the Nordic cross-country trail system, which is maintained by the City of Aspen. L6 JO 05 agEd W-00 T10 � S TOWN OF SWWMASS VnLA&E LOTTERY FVND 1999 2000 2000 S 2001 $ 2002 2003 2004 2005 DESCROTION ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER - $2,576.82 $2,578.82 $1257.02 ($1,321.80) $639.02 ($618.00) $813.02 $1,067.02 $1,162.02 $1,202.02 REVENUES $13,191.35 $16.045.00 $15,482.00 ($563.00) $15,716.00 $234.00 $15,954.00 $16,195.00 $16,440.00 $16,688.00 OOE4DI7URE5 ($14.511.15) ($16,100.00) ($16,100.00) $0.00 ($15,542.00) $558.00 ($15,700.00) ($16,100.00) ($16.400.00) ($16,700.00) ETAIN6 BAL4NCE $1,257.02 $2,523.82 $639.02 ($1.884.80) $813.02 $174.00 51,067.02 $1,162.02 $1,202.02 $1,190.02 -999'9T -Ot✓9Z -S61,91 -tS6.51 KL -91L'ST -E9S _Zv"ST -St0'91 -T6i'CT 0NN 1i®.LI/YT•...•.. -999'97 -0H'9T -961'9T -tS6'SL ICE -914'SS -C9S -L9t'Si -St0'9T -161'CT ONOd 1161Stl1 ....•. -999'97 -o"'91 _S61 IT -tS6'SS WEE -914'ST -C9S 'Z9i'ST -St0'91 -16YC1 O6VLL 1n91UY1 ••••• -99919T -Ot✓91 -SIT 91 'tS6'SL WEE -91L'ST 'C9S -L9Y'ST -St0'91 -1611ET S901Q10nM ^•• -999'91 -OtV9T -561'91 -tS6'ST WEE -916'51 -ESS -L9YS1 -90'91 -T6T'ET S=Ca6n9 ... -S6C -699 -CIE -LLL 9 -M 091 'S9L 'SOT -161 50(19NM199JSIN -56C -699 -Est -LLZ 9 -TLC 091 'S99 -501 -161 9I0IDA9n -S6L '6BL -C9Z -LL[ 9 -ILL 09T -59L -SOL -561 9Y]11I Ib9n l 10-LO'00E-0000-S00 5009NN' iw -C6E'91 -151'91 -CT6'ST --- - -LL91ST - 9LL ---__ - -StYS1-----_ -CLL--- ----- -LI9'SL ----- -MIST--- - -000'ET------ slumnan T41®00ia.100MiLi1 •• -C6C'9T -TST'9L _CT6'ST -L&9-SL 9LL -SN'SL -CCL -LLL'ST -016'S7 -000'[7 9I11l7A9d -[6C'9i 'LSL'9I -[16'57 -LL9'61 are -St✓5T -CZL -LTZ'SL -Ot6'ST -000'ET 90N909M 11CILbI LO-[0'00[-0000-S00 9ivadan araLluw�nmaalxx 011111 11O11M r a 190000 J9tM9 I9D00n JiODOY ...yJYYIYYd... YS`IOIIG •..9]N1fI1FYA... .vmna 1900(ln TIILL')Y tlOIIdI1DSZO n991i1W.IYIW1'1Y N G O9SOd09d 09SfMOQSd p950dON ®60lC9d 1009 09SOd0]W OOOL 095 Cold OOOC 6667 8 N SOOL t00Z COOL LOOt LOO[ OOOL N 'O 00 OOOC/OT OLIIaO 09IJ90fUJ1I LOOt 9 1 SId 906 U09M Iln9t109d O Q TO•tO OL '00/tL/OT 1 SINd 199Y910109 N0/1Y dnnd 190009 OYn9d99d PR6PRRm) 10/16/00, 10,07,43 6nnLac PREPRRR7ION rmRRSNeer PROS 1 m Q PROQM 1 01L eon FISCAL Y 3001 McoOe JM 9911100 10/1000 R P 3000 3001 2003 2001 1006 ]o0s U 1999 3000 R ISm) 3000 PROWS® 1001 PROWS® 9ROPOS® PWWS® PROPDS® LJ ACC018Py BO n RCN11eI OSSCRIP lON RCIIML 911ucsY BVOCey •••PARIRMC6••• saucer •••vRRIRNCe••• BVOCey MIOOe[ B0006I BOOCet .�.y b J t/Jy1eRY yUND IdiTm[i 11111D � IgTIERY POND . mlPPMD[TURSS el[Pm1021VRRS LOixmly m1PmmI7OR8S 005-0000-600.15-01 NORDIC Cd111CIL 16,511 16,100 16,100 0 15,563 559 15,700 16,100 16,100 16,)00 • m@m6DITORR 16,511 16,100 16,100 0 15.561 559 15,700 16,100 16,600 16.700 ...... ______ ------------ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ....__---.__ LOyxmty m[98NUli 16.511 16.100 16,100 0 15,561 556 15,700 16,100 16,600 16.700 ------------ --- ------------ ______ ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ..__.---_... m[Pm10ITWS5 16,511 16,100 16.100 0 15.561 558 15.700 16,100 16,600 16,700 ______ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ---------_. m[Pm1DI7VRES 16.511 16,100 16,100 0 15.561 558 15,700 16.100 16,600 16,700 ••••• LOTISRy PVND 16.Sll 16,100 16,100 0 15,561 558 15,700 16,100 16,600 16,700 .••••• [q[-lg8y pONp 14,511 16,100 16,100 0 15,563 550 15,700 16,100 16,600 16.700 •«u«[p[-ygSy 9ONp - 16,511 16,100 16.100 0 15.563 558 15,700 16,100 16,600 16,700 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX FUND In 1986, the Town adopted Ordinance No.5, Series of 1986, imposing a land transfer tax upon the transfer of interests in real property. From August 1, 1986 to July 31, 1991, the tax was T'% of the consideration and from August 1, 1991 to July 31, 1996, the tax was 1% of the consideration. On November 8, 1994, the Town electorate voted to extend the 1% transfer tax from July 31, 1996 until December 31, 2006. These funds are to be kept separate from all of the Town funds and may only be appropriated for directly related costs such as, administration, architecture, engineering, design, legal, financing and the like for the following: A. Transportation related structures, improvements and facilities in the vicinity of the Snowmass Village mall, including land acquisition. B. The capital expenditures of the Snowmass Village transportation system and departments. C. Landscaping of the Snowmelt Road parking lots, numbered 1-13, owned and operated by the Town of Snowmass Village. D. Landscaping other parking lots or transportation facilities owned and operated by the Town of Snowmass Village and any other rights of way or real property owned or controlled by the Town of Snowmass Village. E. Repair and maintenance of Brush Creek Road, Owl Creek Road, Highline Road, Snowmelt Road and the trails network within the Town of Snowmass Village. L63O K abed 9Z-00'P10 n . N N M � J TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX BUDGET SUMMARY 1999 2000 2000 S 2001 S 2002 2003 2004 20D5 Af71lAL pkmsE4 ft2 VARIANCE PRm� VARIANCE R PRMSED PROPOSED cAmtvovER $1,653,923.00 f945,105.00 $2.327.486.37 51,38 ,381.37 $2.80,7O.77 $M3.094.00 $3.827.366.37 $4.554.857.37 f5,66e,67o.37 $7,IM,5o6. It w $2.729.651.39 $2.393.396.00 $2.651.676.00 $ 8,260.00 $2.891.760.00 $240,104.00 $2.624.000.00 $2.354.70.00 $2.377.200.00 $2.377.20 . 00 $193.590.00 (51.9%.511.00) ($]240.68].00) ($ 01.364.00) ($928,960.00 ) ($2.093.088.02) ($1.428.343.00) ($2,118,562.00) ($6 .219.00) ($1.924.972.00) YEAR END CARRYOVER $2.327.486.37 $1.910.156.00 $2.860.580.37 $970.422.37 $3.827.368.]7 $966.788.00 $4.934.87].37 $5.668.670.37 $7.144. 06 37 $6.792.746.3] BUDGET APPROPRIATION A,*p4e4isn f� 199g 2000 2000 $ 2001 $ 2002 2O07 2004 2005 Y End Csrrewr ACCT GAS � Rte. VAPV4 �^ VARIANCE OP + PROPO PROPOSED C,PM Pmjp Respye $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 hope]/Ma4elenseq Reserve $400.000.00 $700.000.00 $500.000.00 $O.OD $600.000.00 $100.000.00 $700.000.00 $800.000.00 $900.000.00 $1.000.000-00 Undesignsted Re $1.927.486.37 $1.410.158.00 $2.360.580.77 $950.422.37 $3.227.368.37 $866.786.00 $3.854.857.37 $4.868.670.37 $6.244.506.37 $7.592.746.37 Ymr End APpopietMn $2.327.486.7/ $1.910.158.00 $2.660.580.37 $970.422.]7 OAV.368.37 $966.7680D $4.554:857.37 $51668.670.37 $7.144.506.37 $6.592.746.37 -00_ p rR6PAR® 10/24/00, 10,02.44 8UDG6Y ;,mN Tlm WIR T AccW lMO mim 10/3000 A �' rl!OGIIAM m6o" rOR rIS ]2AR 2001 xo6o Toot 1003 2004 2PRO OP09® cool® 1999 2000 REVISED 3000 PROPOS® 3001 PROP03® PROPOS® O N •••VARIAIK6••• B110061' •••VARIANCE••• lUOGOT 8110 2VOG6f IMICO.E1' "•I a ACCOIIN'I NUMBER ACCW6I DBSCRSPTION AG'1VM 80066! BUDC6[ J R8M 651A1E tRANSPEA Iwt TATE9 006-0000-300.01-09 AEM 2STATE TMM+r64 tA1[ 2.541.162- 2,215.9tJ- 2,400.000- 164.017 2.732,900- 332.900 2,46S.000- 465,000- 2,195,500- 2,316,200- 2,318,300- . RRVR3R�R 3,541,783- 3,315,983- 2,400,000- 164,011 2,]32.900- 312,900 3, ...__ 3233. -------------- ------------ __.2.215_... 4 46 118,200- .. tA1B5 2,541.781- 3,315,921- 2,400,000- 164.011 2.732,900- - 332,900 3, 5.000- 3,195,500- ],118.300- 3, NISC61.fiMEOUS 006-0000-300.07-01 I6I6R66T INCVNe 135.804- 301.413- 151.906- 44,493 158,260- 6,951 159.000- 359,000- 159.0000- 359, V 0 39.150- 29,150 _ 0 19.]50- 0 0 006-0000-300.01-04 MISC6WJWWU3 1N 2 0 159,000- 159,000- � • RRR 115,804- 101.413- 101,656- 14,243 158.660- 31,796- 159.000- 359.000- _..__159.0.. ...._ _____ 159_0.. _______ _______ •• NISCBLLANEWS 22,796- 159.000- 159.000- 159.000- _____ 115.604- 301,413- 181,656- 14,343 158,860- 3RA E,ZRS PROM mm flINO 0 0 50,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-300.08-06 tRANSPER IN-ROM POND 50,000- 50,000- 50,000- 0 0 50,000- 0 0 0 0 • RR�R16 50,000- 50,000- 50,000- _.. ---------- ._.__..__..0 ..__..._.._0 ------------ •• TRAMSP8R5 PROM 01110! PUMD 50.000- 50,000- 50,000- 0 0 50,000- 0 Ot80t PINARCING SOURCES 20,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-300.09-17 GREAT O6fDWR5 COIQIN[p 5,065- 20,000- 10,000- 0 0 0 0 • RR�R 5,065- 30.000- 30.000- 0 0 30,000- 0 0 __..__..._.0 .._.__.._..0 ..__._.____0 •• OJRHR YINMCING SOURCES 5.065- 30.000- 20,000- 0 0 30.000- ••• MMES 2,728,651- 3.393.396- 3.651.656- 358.360 2.891,160- 340,104 3,634,000- 3,354.500- 3.3]].200- 3,311.200- •••• R6V0RRSS 2,128,651- 3,393,396- 3,651.656- 358,360 3,891,760- 340,104 2,624.000- 3,354,500- 2,31].300- 2,J1i,200- ••••• AP•. ES[AtE tRANSPER TA3 1,138,651- 2,393,396- 2,653,656- 258,260 1,091,160- 340,104 2,634,000- 2,354,500- 3,371.300- 2,311,200- _..2_624.._. 2.354..__ 3,]28.651- 2.393.396- 2,651,656- 350.360 S.t91, •••••• RGL 65tAtE IRIWSPER tAE ]60- 340.104 3.632,000- 3.354.500- 1.377,300- 2,37 7.200- •••••••R 17X t SP 1A1 2,]28,651- 3,393.396- 21651,656- 358.360 1.891,160- 340.104 2.634,000- 3.354.500- 2,377,200- ],31),200- GL E I � o p1BPAARR111 31/15/00, 16.13,21 SDOCEI �MATION 11p� ACNIMIING PRRIOD 31/]000 PRO[iGl1 MOIL PG! FISCAL YBM 2001 N 8 3001 3002 2003 2004 2005 J 2000 N pROP05® PROPOS® PROPOSED PROPOS® M P 1199 2000 RNIS® 3000 PROPOS® 2001 Din, BVOGRI BVOGRI BVOGSI J ACCPRIRT MOMBR ACCOURf DESCRIPTION ACNAL DUfRSI DI)OG6f �..VARIANC6u•. DVOGRI •••VARIANCE^• RRAL C 12 TRANSP811 TM REAL RVIATD TRARSM'I'M RW. C4IA1'E IM11I0:P6R TM p@R1IDITONE.9 61@811DITORES RSTT REPBNOITURBS 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-OS TRAILS 49,610 60,000 150,000 90,000- 60,000 90,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-o9 DRU CR1I}.ANDSCTE 6 P01CR 0 8.000 8,000 0 8,000 006-0000-400.50-14 MRS 6 EQUI911! 150,053 58.593 100,253 41.660- 110,906 13.650- 380,860 366,409 09.597 0 0 10,000 2,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10.000 006-0000-400.50-11 MOSNCRK/OML CM IN'Im15CT 10,500 13,000 13.000 0 5.000 3,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-22 111A03ERRD PARKING IdI 91853 8,000 8.000 0 200,000 x00,000- 200,000 336,143 0 0 006-0000-400.50-25 SOS =VS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-30 PROPRSSIQ SERVICRS 14,600 15.000 15,000 0 15,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-32 INIRY NAY/DIVIDOD ROAOMAT 16.365 0 5,000 10.000 10,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-33 BRUSiI CM 8011 TRBBS/IA1®S 0 5,000 0 0 0 p 0 006-0000-400.50-36 CROSSIRG9-3AN0 SKS� 0 10,000 10,000 0 0 10.000 0 000 - 10,000- ]00,000 270,000- 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-37 88116DICS PARR S,OtI 20,000 30, 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-08 611PLOYRR OWSIM TRSSS 53.433 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-40 C SSIDE TRAIL BRI= 810 0 0 0 0 18,911 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-41 SN01R16LT RD/M2 COSTS 0 0 0 0 leo.pop 130.000 top,000 0 0 006-0000-400.50-44 MVSR CRE6R ORERRBLT PRO 135.683 300,000 ]00,000 0 0 0 p 0 006-0000-400.50-45 BRUSR CRSSKAM 82 81.509 0 - 0 20,000 25,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-47 MTM511®M(M PLAN 17,965 45,000 45,000 0 0 0 0 5,065 15.000 35,000 30,000- 0 35.000 0 006-0000-400.50-40 GRE6NMY MAST8RPIAN 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-49 RIG INS ROAD TM o IL 784 0 0 0 0 0 0 595.131 595,101- 0 595.101 0 0 006-0000-400.50-50 OPBMTI0115 PAC BSPAXSION 715,005 0 90.000 5.000 0 0 006-0000-400.50-51 MIL SIGNS 164 35.000 05,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-52 RMNS IT DSeO'I ROOF 20,950 2),000 60,000 5),000- 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-54 DOAIMGE CNTROL 110,40) 30.000 3,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-56 CVSIIRRC'I SMVICR 0 32,000 10,000 0.000- 60.000 30.000- O 0 0 o ]0,000 0 30,000 0 0 5,000 006-0000-400.50-57 MM MATER IMICATION D65N p 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-58 BIOIAGICAL M!IRR ARSBSStM 0 J0,000 30,000 10,000 30.000 0 0 p 0 0 95.000 95.000 0 100,000 5,000- 0 0 006-0000-400.50-59 RICNMY O1 35LAND 0 0 10.000 0 0 006-0000-400.50-60 M1N VSEM St TMBB 0 10,000 10,000 533 530,010 509,203 006-0000-400.50-61 TRAMSPSR OOT-G.F. tPANSPN 495,161 399.165 405,289 6,134- 358.341 47,040 410.509 +3J, 30.696 3]0.025 ]0.906- 361,)14 305,0]1 390,019 306,604 006-0000-400.50-62 T1IANSFM=-G.F. WIDSCP 193,00] - 220,585 191,09 p 0 O 006-0000-400.50-63 RODSO PARKING 101 0 0 0 0 20,000 30.000 +01.000 0 0 0 0 0 50.000 50,000- O 0 006-0000-400.50-64 I1RSS1GIDE PASRSW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 60,000- 008 22,000 006-0000-400.60-65 T611RACR RousR EASBMR+1' p Sp.oap lo,aoo- 14,000 +,000- 16,000 le,opo zo, 006-0000-400.50-66 TMIL PAVING-MM MMIA1 0 0 2,420 2.661 3,930 3,004 0 0 3,000 3,000- 3,000 006-0000-400.50-69 TMIIS-RAM MTRRIAIS p 3,000 3,000- J,000 0 5,000 5,000 5.000 5.000 006-0000-400.50-68 PSAMT PROPAGATION 0 0 51000 5,000 5,000 5.000 006-0000-400.50-69 IRIARPRBTIVS SIGNS 0 0 5.000 5.000- 5.000 pP[G4[TORE 2,055,090 1,428,]43 x,118,562 690.219- 1,934.973 193.590 1,896,511 11210,600 901,164 931.960 _..1.996__.. _..1_240__ - 9___________ u RRTI AtPRXOITURES 5,055,090 1,428,343 2,118,562 690,319- 1,924,903 19],590 1,896,511 1,540,60) 901,]64 910.9 -_...._..-9911 9119_ _24_97. _...__.193_5.. ..___896.511 1. ... ®IPm1DI'IVPE.R 3.OS5,090 1,430.]4] 2.110.562 690,219- 1,924,972 193,590 11 340,687 901,364 938, ------------- ----- 1, ------------ 1999-1119... -------- 9111 ...__.. ------ ------------ .... zxP ITORt9 3,055,090 1,420.343 3.110.562 690,219- 1,924,972 19],590 0 11 896,511 540,600 901,364 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ROAD MILL LEVY FUND The Road Mill Levy Fund was created through Ordinance No. 6, Series of 1986. The purpose of the mill levy was to establish a long term funding source for capital improvements to our street network and rights of way. The Road Mill Levy Fund has set the mill levy to 5 mills to fund current road projects and to create a reserve for the reconstruction of Snowmelt Road. The mill levy increase is expected to produce an additional $1,000,000 per year for three years. The project is budgeted to be constructed in 2002. L6Jo 89 a8ed 9Z-00'WO ro O � a 1A g N b TOWN OF SNOWMASS VLIAGE ROAD MILL LEVY FUND BVDMT SVMMARY 1999 2000 2000 5 2001 f 2002 2003 2004 20053 DESCRUMON ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER $25,673.51 $1.51 $12,%1.02 $12,959.51 $1.123.208.02 $1,110.247.00 $2,162.110.02 $125.560.02 $125.560.02 127, . REVENUES $457,362.58 $1,597.376.00 $1,495,907.00 ($101.469.00) $1,568,650.00 592,746.00 $1.572.%1.00 $465.380.00 $469.545.00 $473.751.00 E0EPIDITVRES ($460.075.07) ($597.542.00) ($385.660.00) $211.882.00 ($549,733.00) ($178.962.00) ($3.609,531.00) ($465.380.00) (5469.545.00) ($473,751.00) ENDING BALANCE $12,961.02 $999,835.51 $1.123.208.02 $123,372.51 52,162.110.02 51.021,033.00 $125.560-02 $125.560.02 $125.560.02 $125.560.02 1999 2000 2000 $ 2001 $ 2002 2003 2004 2005 RE APPROPRIATION ACTUAL PROPOSED VISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED -----__.----- _------------- SNOWIAELT ROAD RESERVE $0.00 5999.835.00 $997.648.00 ($2.187.00) $2.036.50.00 $2.038,902.00 $O.OD $0.00 $0.00 UNAPPROPRIATED RESERVE $12.%1.02 $0.51 $225.560.02 $125.539.51 $125.560.02 $0.00 $125.560.02 $125.560.02 $125.560.02 -- $125,560.02 ENDING BALANCE $12.961.02 $999.835.51 $1,123.208.02 $123.372.51 $2.162.110.02 $1,03 125.560.02 8,902.00 f125,560.02 (125.560.02 $125.560.02 $ R[6PARm 10/24100, 10.09.23 eu0cRr PREPARATIOP 96:RR511R61' P� 1 ^pO, PROD N 01601L PMI PI6CAL T 3001 ACWUR3'IMO MIM 10/3000 0 3000 3001 3003 2003 3004 3005 O -' 1999 3000 R Isw 1000 PROWS® 3001 PROPOS® 11006® P p' AR0IMI'611M6IDt AR3MM[Dc!Iml T]OM ACTU111, IUOCR! 6UDG6I •••PARIAMC6••• p0006I •••VARIAM(S••• 600G6P `O J M1OAD MILL L69) MIDI TA d5 007-0000-300.01-01 PROP®IT3 'LAIIM 361.603- 395,003- ]95.61]- 190- 400,]7]- 13,660 413.]56- 416,460- 430,645- 434. 0 007-0000-300.01-11 5'I101MELT ROAD-PROP 1111IE5 0 999,635- 999,450- IS- 4.1)3 1.014.032- 0 0 . RgyplOg 363,601- 1,395,636- 1,395,411- 105- 1.41],]65- 16.6]] 1.436,3{{- 416.460- 430,645- 434,453- -------1------ -__ __--_-- -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ . ------------ ------------ ------------ .• BPS 382,602- 1,395.616- 1,395,433. 305_ ii 412,365- 16.0]] 1,436,360- 416,460- 430.645- 434.65 - LIORM W11MCIMISS 400- 3,400- 3.400- 00)-0000-300.0)-10 ROAD M PmIHITS 3.650- 1,400- 3.650- 11350 2,400- 1.350- 1.400- ]. P6ypRR 3,650- 1.400- 3,650- 1,250 2,400- 1.350- 3.400- 1.400- 3,400- 1,400- ---.-___ ----- ,650 ------------ ------- -------------- ------------ -------------- -6111-6611-- ____________ ____________ ____________ •• LICBM6$/PERMITS ].650- ],400- 3.650- 1,150 2,400- 1.250- 3,400- 3,400- 3,400- 2,400- ORARO45 Iw 56ROICES _ OCCUPAMCS MSESSM61A5 39.466 169,336- )3.500- 116,036- 113.500- 40,000 71,566- 40,000- 40,000- 40,000- 007-0000-300.04-19 • R6PBIRIE 39.466- 109.336- 73,500- 136,636- 113,500- 40.000 71.5ee- 40.000- 40,000- 40.000- ___ ________ 6666__ ------------ ------------ ------------ -___-_ __-.-__ .• 59,466- 169,336- 71.500- 116,636- 113,500- 40,000 71.560- 40.000- 40,000- 6666--6611-- -.--6111 1661-_ 40.000- CMMO65 WA 56R0ICE5 ------ 6666- MISCRJ.6MW11S 6,500- 6,500- 6,500- 00)-0000-300.0)-01 IMIERE6P IMCVME ).436- 10.000- 14,]34- 14,1]4 61,!90- 3).166 )3.604- 0 0 0 007-0000-]00.0)-54 $MORMRSS I,RMD L314PAM) 35,209- 0 0 0 0 0 REyBNOg 43,645- 10,000- 14.334- 14.]]4 61.490- 37.166 73,605- 6.500- 6.500- 6.500- - ------------ ------------ ------------ _---.__ -6661-6116-_ 6611-___---166 1-6661--_-_- . 6611-6666--- 6661--1661-- ------------ •• MISCR.LANE0115 43,645- 10.000- 34.314- 14,334 61,490- ]).166 ]3.605- 6,500- 6,500- 6,500- •.. Rig, 457,363- 1.59).3)6- 1,495.907- 101,469- 1,560.655- 9],)46 1.5)],961- 465,360- 469,545- 473.751- •••• R6PHR165 457.363- 1,591,])6- 1,495,907- 101,469- 1,506.655- 93,746 1,573,961- 465.360- 469.545- 473.751- , •...• ROAD MILL L6P] PDMD 45).36]- 2.597,376- 1.495.907- 101.469- 11560,655- 93,746 1,5)].961- 465,360- 469,545- 47),751- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ------ ------- •••.•• ROM MILL L691 PVMD 45),]63- 1,597,376-* 1.495.907- 101.469- 11566,655- 9],)40 1.5)].961- 465.300- 469.545- 47].75 - •••••••ROM MILL LEPY PUNO 457,363- 1,591,376- 1,495,901- 101,469- 11566.655- 93,740 1.511.901- 465,360- 469,545- 471,751- PAMMM 11/15/00, 13.22,19 BUDGES PRMP TIOB NDRASAOES rAGB 1 0�0 a PROORAB MOIL [AM FISCAL S 2001 ACCODBI'IBG PMIM 11 12000 N 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 S 1999 2000 RwISBD 2000 PROP050D 2001 PAOPOMD PROWS® PROP PROPOS® N ACCOUNT NUFmLR ACCOUBS 08.9CRIPIICN ACnNU. BWC.BI BIIIXTI •••VMSANC6••• B000SI •••V1IRIANCR••• BVDCBf BUIXSP B11[R'Bf BUDCAS "�'� J ROAD MILL LINY IMID ROM BILL L6VS POIIU ROM BILL L6V5 FUND 62PBDDSSURRS MPMDISURR3 ROAD FWD RRPMDITUR65 007-0000-400.55-01 ONGINB l=MPMDI'NRSS 7,600 10,000 10,000 0 10,000 0 10.000 10,000 10,000 10,000 007-0000-400.55-04 COLI.ttTIM FM 7,664 7,916 27,909 19.993- 28,245 336- ]8,5]8 6.330 8,413 0.497 007-0000-400.55-07 SRANSIOIR OUl - R= [AI14D -50,000 50,000 50,000 0 0 50.000 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.55-90 PRDJIKI5 0 467,126 0 467,126 511,508 511,500- 474,596 447.050 451,132 455,254 • BIIP011DISUR6 65,264 535,042 07.909 447,133 549,753 461,844- 513,124 465.380 .469.545 473,751 ------------ ------------ ------------ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ .• ROAD PUIBD E1tP8NDITURES 65,264 535,042 87.909 447,133 549.753 461,844- 513,124 465.380 469.545 473,751 ROM MPMDISUR05 007-0000-400.56-04 BRUM C M ROM 110,591 0 .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-04 DIVIM ROM 67,642 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-09 OBL CUM ROM 0 62,500 62,500 0 0 62.500 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-11 SNONBA85 CLUB CIRCLE 574 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-12 WPM BOODBRI008 ROM 172 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-20 SINCLRIR LANE 3,798 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-33 VAMBAS ROM 10.406 0 79,000 79,000- 0 79.000 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-38 VIM RIOGB LANG 0 0 10,276 10,276- 0 10,276 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-42 DALS S 5,117 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-64 ALPIBO S 0 0 3.470 3,470- 0 3,470 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-65 BRIDGE L 14,907 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-66 CROBR l.AI16 0 0 12,308 12,300- 0 12.300 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-60 WRBSS L 0 0 3,240 3,240- 0 3,240 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-69 RIDDEN LAMB 130 0 6.606 6.606- 0 6,606 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-70 JANSS LANG 0 0 5,040 5.040- 0 5,040 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-73 LISSLB LANG 0 0 2,669 2,669- 0 2,669 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-75 NOOD ROAD 39,761 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-79 LOS 6 740 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-85 MBRRI008 0 0 23,033 21,833- 0 ]3.830 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-93 HORS 8 PANCA DRIVO 76,029 0 0 007-0000-400.56-94 ASPHALS PA'RA INO 0 0 44,869 34,069- 0 44,069 0 0 0 0 • EZP8I0)ISVAB 329.867 62,500 243,811 101,311- 0 243,811 0 0 0 0 _____ ______ _____ ______________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ •• 329,86] 62.500 243,811 181,311- 0 243,811 0 0 ROM mtP01DI7VRP5 0 0 ROM MPMDI'IURBS 007-0000-400.57-27 BRANDING LANs 22.564 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.57-28 BRI= PAIR TANS 10,108 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.57-29 SADDLE MM IJ1N8 11,488 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.S>-30 SPUR RI0 LANG 10,822 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.57-41 TMIL AIDCO L11P6 9.962 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.57-33 SNOBNW,S ROAD RBCd15CRUC1' 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,096,407 0 0 0 007-0000-400.57-05 i 12 0 0 53.940 53.940- 0 53.940 0 0 0 0 • ORPMDISURB 64,944 0 53,940 53.940- 0 53,940 3,096.407 0 0 0 98 AR= 11/15/00, 11,22,19 BODG7!W M8TIM VORKSI 1= 2 00 6 pfto M O on M pI8C8i,2644 2001 BIX.00R1'S11G p6AI0D 11/]000 fD ]005 2000 2001 3003 2003 200{ N 1999 2000 Ml= 20" P10906tD 2001 P60P08® p1S0906® � rxo� � a 11CLOIIRI 111111ttR tCCd1M1' ll00t2C0 06'SCRIff101, 26'IML t110fdf 600061 •••W1RI)01Q••• D1100LS •••98RI)01C6••t DV606T J •• RW1D 62p01DI1V865 64,944 0 53,"0 53."0- 0 53.940 3.096,109 0 4444 4444___ _____.____._ •.. t]IPA1011VR66 460,07S 597,542 365,660 211,802 "9.753 164.093- 1.609.511 465.360 469.545 473.751 4444_ 4444_ ------------ 4444___ ____________ ______________ ____________ .•• m[PA10I1VIIE6 460.075 597."2 305.660 211,03 "9.753 164,093- 3.609.S31 665,300 x69,"5 4)].)51 ••••• ROAD 465,]!0 169.515 x73.)51 HILL LBOI PU1N 460,0)5 597,563 305.660 211,003 549,753 164.093- ].609.3]1 _____460_0__ ______________ •••.•. ROM SILL LNp 90ND 460,075 597.543 365,660 211,823 519.753 16{,09]- 3.609.511 465.160 469,"5 471. ......•R011D MILL L8p9 Pit4D 460,075 597.542 325.660 211,882 549.753 164,093- 3.609.531 465,380 469,545 4)],751 m O aD a n 0 °, rn 1001 IIDI/31NG OBARTMBIP J PEIATMN:A/R61ARY 1999 ZOW ZON - 2001 1002 1C0] 2004 2005 ACtUAL 61106EP REYLRO VAR3A4CE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PpP054L PROPOSED PROPOSED SEiO.►SY LANDS AVAILAKE 6A-4NCE $99472900 $965643.00 $1 ODI%710 $391Mp $Ip4246110 537496.60 SIp43JWp $110610110 S11pA50.I0 $11091,%I.p OPERATI3N:REVENUE S1,03D,161.0 SI,ON,341.00 $1,W3,T1.W $6930.60 $I.M.030.00 $16,319.00 $1,096.645.00 $1,121,260.00 $I,INpA.00 $1176.730.W OPERATO FK/ AL 0094ITURM (1359.721.29) ($451.M.00) (5116,763.00) $2.916.00 ($466,064.00) ($19,101.00) ($460315.00) ($495.764.00) (f511,162.W) ($562.667.60) CAP1TA172E0 C(PeNOMPES (%0,565.29) DETT SERVICE ($519.206.00) ($552.731.00) (5552)11.00) $0.00 ($549.76]00) $29m.00 ($551.131.00) ($551.131.00) (5550.400.00) (S553A00.00) NET OPEAT RevEAjE/prEP4br11RE $40,593.10 51090900 55219700 ]11;6600 $51163W $196600 36199900 57406500 $61473.60 S6OA63.O0 C4PRd bav9v Uh - $0.00 ($50316.00) (SM.M.W) $15.6170 ($41343.00) ($M,642.00) $O.W (577169.00) ($97J92.00) (545,530.00) ReReede 3V%w. $0.00 sow $0.00 $O.W ($12.000.00) ($12.600.00) $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Tw/r ro M,n Vkw a ($30,335.00) SOHO WCO $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $O.W $0.00 usem $1 186 201 10 s1]01.550.60 $1,WI.%1.10 $I,1P,294.10 YEAR END M1DS AVAML E BALANCE f1 004%710 5956 i]4 W $ - - __ _ _ _ _ NPISOTY.OBARTMB1f P1J61D.9 AVA1LAelE AI2IAL,RY 1999 NOD 2000 2001 202 EMS 20D4 2000 DgCpy3ION ACTUAL SLA)WT REV25E0 VARLl E PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BOND RESERVE PU-0 $301,606.00 $300AW.00 $MOW.W $0.00 5300,000.00 $O.W $300.WOOO $30DAW.00 $30000000 $100,000.00 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND $ITAWW $156.164.00 $191,905.00 $33.32LW $200.665.00 $6,56000 $2W,OD6.W $M1321.00 $1482".OD $139.139.00 PM RESERVED $M.SMAD $27,719.00 $21,T9.W $am $M.9woo $V1 ..00 $301M.00 $31,631.00 $33.654.00 $33.051.00 APARTMEMTINTEAIOMWSERVEMA S16336640 $163.16SW $163,I86A0 $0.00 SE116SW (S12AW.W) $151366.W 5151 tM.W $151160.00 $151,1sm UNAPPACIMATED FUNDS $341.612.10 $307.11500 $3501073.10 55292510 5362.666.10 $2,61500 $376.641.10 $410,742.10 $VA.427.10 5463915.10 E40Mi P AVAAASE SI OOf 9af f0 3996 as 00 $2 012 463 10 566 M 10 S1 OE 106 10 S6a W H 106 10110 $1/0/66010 51.09].%1.10 5/,100,294.10 m � ao a � o o rn 2001 HOUSING D®ARTMEW v FUNDING FOR CAMAI RESERVE 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 DESCRIPTION ACiVAI 81106ET REVISED VARIANCE OROFOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROFOSEb PROPOSED FRMSED NET OPERATING REVENLIE/EXPENO 7VRE 540,593.10 $40.909.00 $52,197.00 $11.288.00 $54)65.00 $1.968.00 $64.999.00 $74,065.00 $54.473.00 $60,663.00 GPM Ru cmh*u ion ($35.870.00) ($36.844.00) ($34,348.00) $2,496.00 ($50}03.00) ($15.755.00) ($52,808.00) ($39.102.00) ($33.865.00) ($36,375.00) NET OPERATING BALANCE $472310 $406500 $1784900 $1378400 $406200 ($1378700) $12.19100 $3196300 $50,608.00 $24,488.00 p PMED 10/39/00, 10.09,41 BVDOET pnFP TION MOR95E6SF PAGE 1 PROOR1IM M601L FOR FISQL T 2001 ALCOIM JM pm IM 10/2000 A ' 2000 3000 3001 3002 3003 2004 3005 7, p 1999 aVDGEi RMIMD 2000 PROP06® 3001 PROPOS® PROp05® PROPOS® pROPOSRO to C M bj ACCOUNT NUIBER ACCWN[ DESCRIPTION ALTIAL BUDGET •••VARIANCE••• BIIOG61' •••pARIANR••• BU006T BUO(i1T BV006S OVOGEI T � I V MOUSING DEFARTMBNf M0.07-0RNBO05 002-0000-300.0)-01 IMmtE..R INCQIE 62.089- 6).900- 65.000- 11600 68.000- 2,000 68.000- 68.000- 68.000- 60,000- 002-0000-300.0)-04 MISCm,LARE0O5 IRCOlR 611- 350- 2,600- 2,950 305- 2.925- 900- ST5- 950- $75- 003-0000-300.0)-11 LABOR/MTBkiAL/SUPPLIffi 1,594- 721- 721- 0 750- 39 77s- eoo- e2s- 000- 003-0000-300.0)-12 LASE FM 795- 900- SOO- 900- 600- 100 650- 700- 050- 800- 001-0000-300.0)-13 LAVMDRT 19,)9)- 15.000- 16,000- 1,000 16,030- 20 16.090- 16.060- 16,080- 16.905- 002-0000-300.07-16 APPLIGTION FM 1,910- 700- 850- 150 875- 3,250- 15 900- f35- 950- 002-0000-300.07-18 RESALE FM 4,028- 2,030- 5,000- 3.970 2,050- 2,950- 3,100- 3,150- 2.300- . RRVRRVK 85,359- 83,101- 90,871- 7,770 88,670- 3,201- 881865- 89.060- 89.255- 89,450- •• HISCm,LmlmmS 85,356- 83.101- 90.871- 7,700 80.670- 2.201- 88,865- 89,060- 89,355- 89,450- SALE OF ASS 0 0 003-0000-300.10-08 BALE OF ASSM-HOUSING 8,603- 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 REVgIOE 8,602- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 •• SALE OF ASSETS 8,602- 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 RmFFAL RBV6NU6 003-0000-300.11-02 RffilT5-BRUSH CRERE 129,189- 132.180- 132.100- 0 1]5,290- 9,060 138.480- 191,)80- 195,080- 440,340- 003-0000-300.11-03 REN15-MnKSIDE 377,698- 387,600- 387,600- 0 190,500- 4,900 40),400- 41).360- 438,990- 940,640- 003-0000-300.11-04 R8 -PALE SAGES 175.424- 176,400- 176,400- 0 160,]TO- 9.]30 185.040- 189,360- 193,680- 302.860- 002-0000-300-11-05 Rm0T5-VILLffi HOR'M 253,895- 368,560- 268.560- 0 3]3,900- 3.840 279,360- 386,320- 292.500- JOT.800- 002-0000-300.11-06 VACANCY FACSOR 0 2,500 1,900 600 3,500 600- 2,500 2,500 9.500 3,500 • RgymRg 936,206- 962,340- 962,640- 600 983.360- 20,520 1.007.780- 2,032,200- 1,059,600- 1,087,280- •• REI4LAL RNmNE 936,206- 962,240- 962.840- 600 983,360- 10,520 1,007.780- 1,032,300- 11059.800- 1,007,200- ••• RBVmNRS 1.030,162- 1,045,341- 1,053.711- 8.370 1,072.030- 18.319 1.096,645- 1,131,360- 1,149.055- 1,106,730- •••• REVmN1E5 1,030.163- 1,045.341- 1,053.711- 8.370 1,072,030- 18.319 1,096.645- 1.121,260- 1,149.055- 1,176,730- ••••• HOUSING DEPAR2Nm0T 1,030,162- 1.045,391- 1,053,711- 8.370 1,072,030- 18,319 1.096.645- 1,121,260- 1.149,055- 1,176,730- . ____________ ____________ ____________ ------------ ------------ 0000_ _______ __________0000 0000__-000.0 0.000_-00.00-_ __-___._____ .••••• MO05ING DEPAR'3MmFf 1,030,162- 1.045,341- 1,053,711- 8,370 1,073,030- 18.319 1,096.645- 1,121,260- 1.149,055- 1,176, •••••••ROOK INC DEpARRFlmtf 1,030.162- 1,045.341- 1,053.711- 8,370 1,072.030- 10.319 11096,645- 1,131.260- 1,149,055- 1,176,730- PREPARED 10124/00. 10.09.56 BODGE-L PREPARATION NONRSREET PAIR I w Q, PROGRAM 0KO1L MR FISCAL YEAR 2001 OKCDURPIM PERIOD 30/2000 Op 2000 2000 3001 3003 3003 1004 3005 8 1999 013X.'61' REVISED 3000 PHOTOS® - 2001 PROMS® PROPOSED PROPOSED BDDGwr O' ACCYIINI NUMBER ACC01R3T OESCRIPT30N ACNAL 011CGE'I •�•VARI1111C6"• BUDGET ��•VARIANC6••• 0110061' BUOGtP b J ROUSING DEPARTNeNP ROUSING DEPARIN&PI' EXPRND1WRES APARSNR3'Riff/eOPIN PERSOTRTBT. SERVICES 002-0000-495.30-01 PAYROLL 147,144 156.100 153,500 ],600 155,100 3,900- 163,100 127,338 117.895 188, 002-0000-495.20-03 PAYROLL-RECEPTIONIST 12,356 13,600 13.000 600 15,435 2,4]5- 16,301 11,010 10.868 18.161 003-0000-495.20-04 PAYROLL-SNONREROVAL 3,059 91800 41500 5,300 8.630 4,380- 9.334 9.190 10.]80 16,193 003-0000-495.20-05 PAYROLL-GROUNDS886PER 10,453 13,000 12.130 820 13.530 1,340- 14.196 14,905 15.651 16.4]4 2.334 2.404 2,476 002-0000-495.30-08 PAYROLL-OVBRTINE 619 2.800 2,000 800 2,300 200- 2,266 18.065 3],5]0 89.301 - 002-0000-495.20-09 PAYRO3S-BERIPITR 43,181 60,000 50.960 3,010 68,185 10,3]5- 03,958 450 400 400 0 400 0 11] 424 431 002-0000-495.20-30 TRAINING/RMTSTMSId15 169 412 124 430 430 003-0000-495.20-12 TRAVEL 238 400 500 100- 400 100 . EIP0ID2T1RE 310.308 356,1200 243,010 13.060 264.420 31,380- 318.945 294,281 310,502 120,611 .. p6PSONN6L SIRVIC65 210,208 356,100 343,040 13,060 364.420 21,380- 213,945 294,280 310,503 330.631 PURCHASED SERVICES 0 3,238 00- 7,920 2.905 2,993 3%082 002-0000-495.21-01 AUDIT 3.531 3.658 2,658 2,575 2.653 2,732 2,814 003-0000-495.31-03 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3.623 2.500 31000 SOD- 2,500 500 5,35] 5,411 5.52] 5,040 003-0000-495.31-04 CARPET LABOR 3.923 5.350 5,100 50 5,100 0 2,351 150 3,000 150- 3,060 2,133 3,185 003-0000-495.31-05 CARPET CLEANING 1,515 2,000 1.850 1,159 001-0000-495.31-06 CONIT SERVICE 3,401 1,000 1.500 500- 1,000 110 1,061 1,093 1.136 p 3,000 0 3.060 2,123 2,185 3.351 002-0000-495.21-00 DRAPERY CLEANING 3,000 3,000 3.000 721 743 065 788 002-0000-495.21-08 TIRE ERI'INLUISNER MINI 010 113 650 _ 133 000 50- 50- 160 311 382 394 002-0000-495.21-09 MMICA REPAIRS 443 412 300 112 350 0 0 0 0 002-0000-495.31-10 PAIHSIRG/EXT. BRUSH CHEER 0 0 0 0 13,000 13,000- 0 35,000 34,000 33.600 9.600- 0 33.600 0 0 002-0000-495.31-12 PAI IM/ESP. C.S. 0 0 0 0 18.000 0 0 0 002-0000-495.31-14 PAINTING/BIT. V.N. 0 0 0 35 400 335 4]] 450 400 25- 413 434 002-0000-495.21-15 SIDING REPAIR p 7,200 151 0,000 800- 8,x40 6,483 6,112 9,004 003-0000-195.31-16 TEASE PIMP 8.365 2.951 SI SJ 55 56 003-0000-495.21-17 FRIIGHT/SHIPPING 0 5] 50 3 50 0 003-0000-495.31-19 TRUSTEE FEES/BONDS 5.543 7.335 2.725 0 1.953 ]32- 8,196 8A42 8,6'1 8.934 002-0000-495.21-20 POSTAGE 33 31 35 6 30 S- JS JS 002-0000-495.21-21 TELEPTR)NE 2.140 3.193 3,100 9J 1.150 100- J 245 J 342 4.329 4,311 4.]96 4.100 4,100 0 4.200 4,242 4.184 003-0000-495.21-33 UTILITIES-BRUSH CRI ELECT 0 1.230 20- 1,232 1,245 1,252 1,320 002-0000-495.31-23 U'T'ILITIES-CREERSIDE ELECT 1,107 1,300 1,200 400 3.800 300- ],838 3,006 3,915 3,954 003-0000-495.21-24 OIILITIES-PALISADES ELECT' J.545 3.900 3.500 100 1,050 SO- 1,768 1,085 1.803 1.821 001-0000-495.21-25 UTILITIES-V.NORPH 6LECTRC .1.633 1,800 1,000 200 9.000 200- 9,320 9.540 9.835 10,130 003-0000-495.21-26 UTILITIES-BRUSH CE GAS S.S98 91000 8.800 500- 9,085 10,009 10,381 10,693 002-0000-495.31-23 UTILITIES-V. NORTR GAS 8,626 9.900 91000 900 91500 7,130 7,344 7,565 003-0000-495.31-28 N 6 S - DRUM CREeI 6,519 2.334 6,535 721 196- 6.933 699 6, 003-0000-495.31-29 N G S - CREEISIDI 11,951 13,230 13,000 1,230 11,360 360- 92- 12.731 6 .090 1 1 6,993 7,203 13,419 003-0000-495.21-30 N G S - PALISADES 6,334 1.056 6.400 656 6.592 240 9,407 9,742 9,004 9.224 002-0000-495.21-31 N 6 S - VILLAS NORfl1 2,966 8,830 8.000 830 8,240 460 401 496 2 440 15- 453 002-0000-495.31-33 DACRH.ON 'P6515 0 439 435 S50 411 434 432 450 003-0000-495.21-34 RADIO REPAIRS 0 113 650 338- 400 437 450 0 400 50- 413 14 003-0000-495.21-35 ENICLB-R6PAIR5 515 350 165 300 200 200- 306 2 123 219 335 W 003-0000-495.21-36 NEED NNPROL 0 - 300 0 . EIPBNDI'NR6 92,940 1]1,6]5 111,183 4,146- ]11,{28 12.955 131,634 106.5]1 109.493 1U,5 �. PURCHASED SERVICES 92,940 123,635 131.383 4.148- 113,033 11,955 131.634 106,531 109,493 147,553 OPERATING G MtM'EW1CI PRBPRAM 10/24/00, 10,09,56 B110GE'f pRRPRRATI011 MORRSR6ET PAGE 2 "O3 PROGRAM GM60IL FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001 ACWUNIIIIG REVIEW 10/2000 p. 3000 2000 2001 2003 2003 3004 2005 J C 1999 MxgY= REVISED 2000 PROPOSRD 2001 V WJ ROPOSED PROPOS® PROPOS PROPDSEO ACCO1R7f wwom ACCdRT DESCRIPTI014 AC BUOGEI •••VARGNCS••• BIIW6T •••VARIANCE••• EIX;ST StgXM P BUOCET EICC[L O b 005-0000-495.22-01 ADVERTISING 3,974 3.000 2,600 600- 3,500 100 2,575 5,652 2,733 31814 J 003-0000-495.33-03 CARPE2 REPLACEHET 91852 10.500 10,40° 100 10,500 100- 10,815 11,186 11,474 11.818 NBlggp„r-BIpS,yyBSGPT 360 150 145 5 150 5- 154 186 164 369 005-0000-495.25-03 OU65, ISO 159 191 197 002-0000-495.22-OS EOUIPMET-OFPIt3 09 175 300 125- 175 li' J 048 3,200 1,360 3.556 003-0000-495.13-07 I115URANCB-BRUSH CRE6R 1.495 x,039 3,900 861- 3,903 002-0000-495.23-08 IM61@IUICE-CREEKS I[K 4,983 61796 91667 2,869- 1],119 ],tl2- 13.746 11.386 14,052 1+.759 002-0000-495.52-09 INSIRUMC6-PALISADffi 2.492 3,399 4.834 1.435- 4.486 348 4.710 4,965 5,193 9.453 7,3°5 7.565 7.941 0.140 00x-00°0-495.32-10 INEAAtlCE-VII.IAS NORSN 3.+88 4.158 6,76) 3.009- 61862 95- 22S LSJ1B60U3 002-0000-495.23-11 MISCE 116 200 200 0 ]00 ° 506 21] 219 1,172 1.200 1,2°0 0 1,200 0 1,236 1,376 1,]11 1,651 003-0000-495.52-12 TE4ARf PARES 306 213 219 225 002-0000-495.23-13 PRINTING 133 200 300 100- 300 100 306 212 219 225 002-0000-495.22-14 PMR RESALE NSES ALE EXP 0 300 100 100 200 100- 618 647 656 675 002-0000-495.33-15 SVPPLSPS-CfeAN2HaC 505 567 600 33- 600 0 47+ 900 002-0000-495.23-16 SUPPLIES-LMp5CAP211G 737 600 $ oo 50- "800 50 466 74� 492 216 002-0000-495.32-17 SWPLI65-OlTIR 424 400 500 100- 450 50 7,745 7,977 6,316 002-0000-495.55-30 SUPPLIES-MAINTIM C8 6,840 7.230 2,300 10 7.100 100- 7.519 1,050- 3,214 3,351 2,349 1,450 005-0000-+95.33-30 SUPPLIES-PAI7TSNG 1,751 2,100 2,100 0 3,150 1,351 1,05° 1,100 1,100 0 1,300 100- 1.326 1,371 5,811 005-0000-495.22-21 SUPPLIES-PLVMBtNG 20p 834 849 874 900 002-0000-495.22-22 SUPPLIES-TWLS 937 1,000 1,000 0 000 108 106 109 111 003-0000-495.22-21 SVPPLIES-SAVNORY 0 100 90 10 100 10- 1,353 1.393 1,435 003-0000-495.55-24 PARTS 6 APPLIANCE 1.091 1.300 1,350 50 1,375 SS- 1.611 40 618 637 656 675 002-0000-495.33-25 SUPPLIES-BUILD 6]t 650 640 30 600 002-0000-495.22-26 VEHICLE-CAS 6 OIL 892 1.265 1,4°0 135- 1,+50 50- 1.496 2,528 2,504 1,615 x,330 11165 2,251 002-0000-495.55-27 VBAIa6-6bUtPMET 659 2,000 1.800 200 2.000 200- 2,060 274 179 184 002-0000-495.22-28 VINIa6-INSURANCE 175 x50 157 9J 16+ 7- 169 2.163 3.336 3,395 3.664 002-0000-495.23-29 VEHICLE-PARTS L SUPPLIES 1.157 3.100 3.050 50 2.100 100- 1.545 1,591 11639 1,688 002-0000-495.23-34 UNIFORMS 1,305 1,400 1.400 0 1,500 • EEN @DITUYB 46,030 53,561 61.550 7,689- 65,004 3,454- 66.449 60,999 71,650 74.411 •• OPERATING i MAINTBNANG 46.010 53.861 61,550 7,689- 65,004 3,454- 66,449 60.999 71,650 74.411 CAPITAL 0 16,857 14.558- 0 11,706 13.605 4,145 003-0000-495.24-01 GSR PURCHASES 0 3,299 3.299 2,340 2.307 003-0000-495.24-02 APPLIANCE REPLACE4ET 595 2,000 3.000 0 x.°50 50- 5.111 1,115 7p0 650 003-0000-495.24-03 ROOF REPAIRS 0 600 100 600 1.300 900- 1,036 1,100 003-0000-+95.24-04 DRAPES 6 BLINDS ASPI.CENI .2.098 3.500 31000 500 2,000 1,000 ].090 3,133 3, D 2]0 3.]70 MACHINE COPS HINE P ° 0 0 0 0 +,500 0 0 5.000 0 0 1.726 p 3,000 1.7A 267 0 600 0 0 002-0000-495.24-00 LAWNBIANER 0 0 8pp 0 003-0000-495.5+-10 LAWN MONEt 0 806 800 129 225 150 150 003-0000-495.34-12 COMPU78R SOFWARB 0 306 0 206 155 125- 0 o a 0 550 ss0- 0 ° ° 001-0000-495.34-13 PACSIMII.B MAOHINE 0 p 112 500 467 +50 002-0000-495.54-14 IVNCREIE REPAIR 0 500 S29 100 400 601 619 p 700 520 ll0 550 23- 567 503 002-0000-495.24-15 RADIO REPLACFAIEN[ 600 600 927 955 983 1,013 005-0000-495.24-16 WASGPING--IR8E5 700 900 900 0 515 $30 $46 563 002-0000-495.24-19 ASPHALT REPAIR 0 600 450 150 500 50- 0 0 002-0000-+95.1+-23 PRONE ANSl1ERING $YSi'EH 104 0 0 0 0 ° ° ° • E[PE101111RE - 4.597 14,105 12.410 1.695 24,535 11.432- 11,487 25.957 52.58] 11.5 •• CAPITAL 3,597 14,105 13,410 11695 24.833 13.423- 13,+57 25.957 32.537 13,273 ••• APAR'IfIEF[MCMT/MNIN 359,775 451,701 +48.783 3.918 +68,00+ 19.301- 480,515 495,764 514,182 565,667 rRRr6Rm 10/21/00. 13,]3,s5 eooccr PRRPRRATI011 601066661' rrm 1 O rROOIR6 016011 rae rI5O1I. T 2001 RCCWRLI6C POIxOD 10/2000 R P. 2002 2003 Soot 2005 O 2000 2000 2001 ��® ® ® PROr06® 00 G • 1999 611DG6'f MIM 2000 PR0P08® 2001 RD006P R�.� O N BIIOC61' •••r6RIRMCE••• 6UDG6[ •••VRIxIAIIOx••• 6DDC6r BIIOC6I ^� O\ ALCO1111I pUO6R )1GCOUNr DlSCRIPTI06 RCPMI. � J RW6I6f: D6P6R191611I pO.12-AlATI6G R6rR616$ ),665 3],000- 0 32.000- ]],000- 22,000- 21.000- 003-0000-300,12-01 60RTO14E 100'ITS/REC 21,369- 14,315- 12,000• 0 ]2.000- 33,000- 3],000- 12,000- • R6VO11)6 31,399- 14,335- 33,000- 1.695 ]3,000- , « 606-OP6IOTIPO R6V0R166 33,369- 14.315- 33.000- 1,695 23,000- 0 21.000- 23,000- ]],000- 33,000- ••• RM9N066 21,366- 11,335- 33.000- 7,685 23,000- 0 23,000- 22,000- 22,000- 22,000- .... 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PROCRAN 4 6011 POR FISCAL 00AR 2001 2003 3003 2006 3005 O. 8 3000 2000 3001 ® ® PROp06•® �p v 1999 BUDGET R I58D 2000 PROPOS® 2001 BUCCR BUW� BUZMi67 BUDG6P pi CA ACC A MN M ACCIXINT O MIPTIOM ACNIU. 11IOGEf •••VARIANCE••• 80006T .••VAR2ANC6••• b J ROUSING DEPANMe 0 1),000 30,000 30,000 17,000 002-0000-695.37-03 BONG PA I= 16,866 30,000 17,000 13,000 1],000 O 1).000 30,000 30,000 17,000 • BRPBNDITURE 16.044 30,000 17,000 13.000 17,000 •• D®'T SERVICE YATNmT[S 16,666 30,000 17.000 13.000 17,000 0 17.000 30.000 30.000 17,000 p 36,650 0 36,650 36.650 26.650 26,650 002-0000-695.28-02 DE MJATJM-BRUSR MEA ]6,877 36.650 36.650 0 Be,315 88.215 $8.215 88.215 002-0000-695.28-03 DEPRECIATION-CR6CESID0 $0,213 88,315 681215 0 Be,215 66 225 66•]25 0 66.525 0 66.325 66.325 002-0000-695.36-06 DEPRECIATION-PALSbADES 66.933 66,235 44.325 p 55,935 55,925 55.935 55.935 002-0000-695.26-OS D6PRECIATxON-VILIA9 IIJRtN 55,926 55,935 55.925 0 55.935 4,975 6.900 6,9)5 6.915 0 6.975 0 6.905 6.905 003-0000-695.20-06 D6PR6CIATIOM-NOUSSNG EBPN 6.566 p 13.800 0 32,000 13.000 15,000 13.000 003-0000-695.30-07 pgPRECIAT2Q1-6QIIIPNEI6L 0,527 13,000 12,000 p 5,000 5,000 5.000 5.000 002-0000-695.20-08 xMPRECIATION-PURN 6 Pll[1V 3,337 5,000 5,000 0 51000 13.125 0 13.835 0 13,135 13,6]5 13.1]5 151183 002-0000-695.26-10 DBPROCIATION-Vp1ICI.6S 16,300 13,825 1],635 0 15.103 0 15,183 15.183 151183 002-0000-195.38-11 ANORTIUTIM 15,123 15.183 15.183 0 166,798 266,798 366,798 366.096 • ®IP I.3VR0 360.707 266,798 366.799 0 266,091 •• IlfN2-OPERATING 63PRlSRS 360,707 266,098 264,798 0 366,098 0 266,798 366.098 26.798 266,798 ••• APARTNBIT[M2MT/1DIIR 2)],551 396,79$ 281,798 13.000 381,798 O 311,098 296.798 396.]96 381,)91 •••• E2PBNDITUR6E 2]],551 296.798 381.790 I3.000 261,19$ 0 281,798 296.798 396.798 3$1,798 ....• ROUSING DSPART91eN3' 277.551 391,798 3$1.798 13,000 381,197 0 381,098 396.798 396,790 381.798 -------- --- 0 311.791 396.791 396.098 301. ••.... 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OESQTION ' � � WT 0E61ATUN SP//W 3116,97].00 $9746090 599.327.00 $t.W790 SMA60-W ($29,66790) $104.045.00 $tt1,9m.00 $137.w.W $167$76.00 (,�ibI W.1Te GA� ($/2.996.00) ($61}45.00) ($60458.00) $0.00 (320.f029t1) $21.24590 ($65,10200) l$M,t60.00) ($6]b90.o0) (S45b90.00) m 621 001 �J,96].00 $67,790.00 $96.167.0 $101,056.00 NET 999UT1NG MUNOE S72]TJ ao 506 092 ao fs7 — bo 9R80A 10/24/00, 10,30,21 9ROGNAN vl fI�Ll CN01L C GN O2RRNIR6'1' ARgIN 9910 30 12000 R p' 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 1999 811006T uVIsm 2000 PROI9)N® 2001 9R0909ta PROP'OS® 9ROP0880 PROP0980 O N ACCPJNx NIINBN ACCOUMf DP.SOtI[TIQ4 ACNAL BIIOG6I •••VMIAN -' BUOOBS •••VARfANCt��• lVOOR BUfW-6I' BUOC6'x 1V006'x "'� O� b J "MMAIN VIN I NI� 004-0000-300.07-01 IN MW17 INIXR48 63.546- 69.993- 69,993- 0 )2.093- 3,100 )3,100- )3,100- )3.100- )2,100- 340- 100- 100- 0 lOJ- J 106- 109- 113- 116- 004-0000-300.0)-04 MI5O5.WSBD09 SNCO8IR 850- IABOR/NAIERIAL/StIPPLION 2.615- 800- 1,500- 700 810- 690- 820- 8.30- 890- 004-0000-300.0)-13 IAiR y 710- 750- 700- 50- 360- 60 ))0- 760- 390- 400- 004-0000-]00.0)-13 LAlAi01fY 18.663- 39.300- 19.300- 0 19,120- ]0 19,]40- 19.360- 39.380- 19,400- 004-0000-300.0)-14 R65ALE PRR$ 3.010- 1,250- 1,350- 0 1,260- 30 1.3)0- 1.380- 1,290- 4,.300- . RRy�g 88,)04- 92.193- 92.843- 650 94.346- 1,503 94,406- 94,459- 94,513- 94,566- ............ ............ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ _••--••_•:•- ------------ ------------ .. ------------88,)04- 92,19]- 92,0t3- MtSC�.IANRWS 650 94,346- 12503 94,406- 94,459- 94.513- "1566- _ RLMAL R6VRA18 004-0000-300.11-01 R0 -NOONIAIN VIN )8),018- 808,440- 808,440- 0 8]6.500- 18,060 842,560- 862,620- 886,500- 908,520- 004-0000-300.11-06 VACANCY RAC1fIR 0 2.800 2,000 800 2,800 4001 2,800 2.800 3.800 3,800 RN0N8 )8),018- 805,640- 806.440- Boo 823,700- 17,260 841,760- 859.820- 88].)00- 905.)20- _..-.__..;._ ----------- ------------ ------------ 7777...1777. ------------ 7221 7722.1722. 7221 2722.-__ .-2272..17_26. 2177_.59.02. .. x.25 RRrRNR )8),018- 805.640- 806,440- 800 82].)00- 37.260 041, 60- 859,820- 003,700- 905.720- ��� R8V8lR1R6 0)5,)22- 897,833- 899.283- 1,450 918.046- 10,763 936.166- 954,279- 970,213- 1.000.286- •«• REVESNL9 8)5.)22- 897.833- 899.283- 1,450 918,046- 18.763 936,166- 954.279- 998,213- 1,000,286- ••••• 8RIUNSAIN VIN I 8)5.)22- 897,833- 699.283- 1,450 910,046- 18,)6] 936,166- 954.279- 978.233- 1.000.286- ________ ----- ----- ____________ ____________ ...... 8)5.)22- 897.033- 899.263- 1.450 918,046- 18,763 9.36,166- 954.279- 978.213- 1,000, 2777.-2277.. ............ ............ 7172-._ ------ 1,000,286- .......NOIMI'AIN VIN 1 8)5.)22- 89),83]- 899,283- 1.450 918,046- 18,963 936,166- 954.279- 978,213- 11000,206- MOIMSAIN VIN I PRRPRARD 1004/00, 10.10.36 BI)OGR PREPARATION 210RRS71E61' vAas 1 Om0 Q PROPFRN Q601L FOR PISQL TGR 5001 ALCWRT[NG PRIOD 10/2000 A O 2006 2000 3001 2002 2003 2004 2005 J O 1999 HADG8[ REVIEW 5000 PROPOS® 2001 PROPOS® PROPOSRD P ® 8�n, ,C,,, 0 ACLYRIIR NUMBER ACCOUMT ORSCRIPPIOII ACIVAL FIREIRP •••VARTANCR••• BUDU><L •••VARIAIICR••• M1006'F BODGEt J NOIMIRIN VIEN I MOUNTAIN VIM I EYP6I2DITURES M AIN VIER P81lSONNH. SERVICES 469 54,041 56,743 004-0000-49'1.35-01 PAYROLL 39,819 44.460 44.400 60 46,693 ].383- 49,017 51, 004-0000-497.35-03 PAYROLL-RICEPTIONISS 0,784 13.S75 13,000 575 15,435 3.435- 16.30'1 17,017 17,868 18.'161 004-0000-497.35-04 PAYRD"-SNONREIgVAL 2.979 6,650 5,300 1.350 6.400 1.100- 6,]TO 7.056 7.409 7.790 004-0000-497.35-05 PAYROLL-GROVIIDSIREPER 6,947 12.135 11.900 335 13,500 600- 13.135 11.791 14,470 15.194 004-0000-497.35-09 PAYROLL-OV6RTIMR 1,375 500 700 300- 800 100- 950 900 950 1,000 004-0000-497.35-09 PAYROLL-BINRPIM 19,102 24.500 25.675 1,175- 30,143 41469- 31,047 31,979 33,936 33,936 004-0000-497.35-10 2RAIMINC/RECIS5R11TION3 25 150 150 0 150 0 159 164 169 216 004-0000-497.35-32 TUVEL 791015 103,060 101,235 935 112,211 10,986- 117,231 122,474 127,959 113,694 • BRPBNDITURE •• PERSONNEL SERVICES 79.015 103,060 101,225 835 113,311 10,986- 117,231 122,474 127,958 133.694 PURCRASRD SERVICES 004-0000-497.36-01 AUDIT 1.854 1,947 1,947 0 2.005 58- ],066 2,15] 5,191 ], 004-0000-497.36-03 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,307 1,200 1,150 50 1,300 50- 3.216 3,379 1,934 1,351 004-0000-497.36-04 CARPET LABOR 4.730 3.600 3.300 300 3.600 300- 3,708 3.919 3,964 2,053 004-0000-497.36-05 CARPET CLEANING 1.879 1,800 1,550 250 1,800 250- 1.854 1,910 1.=" 2 231 004-0000-497.36-07 DRAPERY CLRANING 0 l50 325 35 250 35- 257 365 232 004-0000-497.36-08. FIRE EITINLUISHER MINT 115 200 300 0 206 6- 312 319 325 004-0000-497.36-09 FORMICA REPAIRS 333 200 150 50 300 50- 309 319 338 339 004-0000-497.36-15 SIDING REPAIRS 0 300 100 100 ]00 300- l09 319 328 35 35 0 35 0 36 20 37 ]0 004-0000-49746-17 FREIGHT/Sip PPING CHARM 0 0 0 0 0 004-0000-497.36-19 LEGAL 0 350 O 350 0 0 1,150 1,150 0 1.194 34- 1,220 1,357 1.394 1,323 004-0000-497.36-19 tRU5fE8 PBPS/BONGS ]U 0 31 33 32 004-0000-497.36-30 POSTAGE 0 20 20 100- 2.500 0 3.575 2,653 3,732 3,814 004-0000-497.36-21 IELEPNONE 2,070 2,400 3,500 004-0000-497.36-22 UTILITIES-MV ELECTRIC 5.756 6,400 6,300 100 6,400 300- 6,464 6.539 6,594 6,660 004-0000-49 7.36-26 UPILITIES-MV NATURAL GAS 1,645 ].OJT 1.950 05 ],100 150- 3,163 ],]18 ].395 1.364 004-0000-497.36-28 HATER 6 SAN2TASION-M.V. 35,990 37,964 25,840 2.134 36,616 776- ]7.414 28,237 29.094 39.957 004-0000-497.36-33 WEED NIt3EOL 0 300 0 200 300 ]00- 306 313 219 AS 849 $74 900 004-0000-497.36-34 BACRFIAM TESTS 0 775 750 OS 900 50- 624 1.200 6,500 700- 6,695 6,996 7,103 7,316 004-0000-497.36-35 TEAM PEES 6.019 7.000 5.800 4.659 56,006 3,949- 57.559 59,159 60,801 62.495 BEFENDITVRE 51.453 57.716 53.051 •• PIMCRA58O SERVICES 51,453 57,716 53.057 4.659 56,006 3,949- 57,559 59,158 60,801 62,495 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 2,060 3,13] 2,185 2,251 004-0000-497.37-01 ADVRRTISI11G 2,655 1,400 3,000 600- 3.000 0 7,103 7.316 004-0000-497.37-02 CARPET 7.006 5,500 5,400 100 61500 1,100- 6.695 6.996 55 56 004-0000-497.37-03 DU CR BS,MERBERSHI PS.SUBSPI 104 50 50 0 50 0 51 SJ 004-0000-497.37-OS COUIP -OFFICE 118 200 300 0 225 25- 232 Il9 N6 35] 004-0000-497.31-06 II25URANCE 9,783 13,367 19.922 5,555- 17,860 1.062 161753 19,691 30,676 21.SCELLANEWS 213 100 l5 25 100 25- lOJ 1 109 113 004-0000-497.37-11 MI 004-0000-497.37-13 PRtRI'iNG 64 175 150 25 175 25- 190 1886 6 193 19l 004-0000-497.37-15 SUPPLIES-CLEANING 321 500 600 100- 600 0 618 637 666 675 004-0000-497.37-16 SVPPLI65-LMDSGPIMG 558 800 800 0 800 0 934 949 974 -900 )5- 350 50 360 371 302 394 004-0000-497.37-17 SUPPLIES-OFFICE 340 335 400 PREPARED 10/24/00, 30.30.36 BuIxonr PREPARATION WORILS-NE6T PAGE 2 Q PROGRAM Q601L FOR TISCAL TEAR 2001 ACCOONTING PERIOD 10/1000 _ p, 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 20ES _J O 1999 sOIICEP REVISED 2000 PROPOSED 2001 PROPOSED PROP09RD PROPOSED PROPOSED 00 SUDGEP B11o0ET SUDGEf AccoOn NUNEOR ACCOVM DNSCRIPTION ACtUAL BUOC6i •••VARIANCE••• e11006S •••VARIALICE••• EDD663' OL T 004-0000-497.37-30 SUPPLIES-MAINI6NANCE 5,126 5,250 5.250 0 5.100 150- 5.56] 5.)19 5,901 6,0)8 v 004-0000-497.37-20 sUPPLI85-PAINTING 1,947 1.800 3.000 0 1,850 50- 3.905 1,963 2.03] ] 580 004.0000-497.37-31 SUPPLIES-PLUMBIIIC 410 500 500 0 S1S 15- 530 516 563 004-0000-497.37-22 SUPPLIES-I!OOLS 598 500 175 ]5 500 35- 515 530 546 560 450 004-0000-497.37-23 SUPPLIES-LADNDRT 258 400 395 5 400 5- 412 4]1 137 004-0000-497.37-24 PMT/APPLIANCES 605 1,000 950 50 3.000 50- 1,030 11061 1,093 1,126 004-0000-497.37-25 SUPPLIES-EVtLDING 590 500 475 25 Soo 25- 515 530 546 563 903 929 957 004-0000-497.37-26 ,E HOLE-CRS i OIL 943 770 800 30- 050 50- 075 184 004-0000-497.37-28 VBAICIUh INSUPANC6 175 250 157 9] 164 7- 169 171 D9 004-0000-497.37-39 UN 1.155 1,400 1.395 S 1,500 105- 1,545 1.591 1,619 1,608 001-0000-197.31-30 V0HI=-1ICLE-PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 33.748 35,312 41,294 5,982- 41.864 570- 43.475 45.157 46.916 48.727 • BKPEEDITURB •• OPQtIATINC i NIIINI614ANCE 33.718 35,312 13.391 5.982- 11,861 570- 13.475 15.157 16,916 .8.727 CAPITAL 600 3,600 600 600 600 004-0000-497.39-01 CONCRECE SIDEWALK REVLCFPI 165 1,000 600 100 0 0 s00 0 0 0 004-0000-497.39-02 COMMERCIAL LAWN HOMER 0 0 0 0 0 004-0000-497.39-01 PIMG 900 1,000 1,000 0 700 100 1.000 1,060 1.000 1.000 LANDSCA 004-0000-497.39-04 APPLIANCE RBP 0 1,000 900 100 3,000 100- 1,030 1,060 1.093 1. LACH4Rrt 675 506 600 500 100 600 100- 618 636 656 004-0000-497.39-OS ASPRALT REPAIR 200- 618 636 656 675 001-0000-197.39-06 ROOF REPAIRS 0 600 400 200 600 J 942 J 755 2,130 004-0000-497.39-08 CAER PURCM9E5 OS 1,000 3.000 0 26.000 25,000- 0 563 004-0000-497.39-13 DRAPES i BLINDS REPLCHRlI 0 Soo 475 25 500 25- 515 030 546 1,000 900 100 500 100 1,O10 1,063 0 0 004-0000-497.39-15 RAND RAIL REPWC@18NT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 004-0000-497.39-23 PRONE ANSWERING SYSTEM 204 0 0 0 925 39,900 24.125- 9.311 91485 0,306 61769 EXP�INRE 2.252 6,700 5,775 •• CAptT 2,252 6,700 5,775 925 29,900 24,135- 9,211 9,485 0,306 6.769 ••• MOUNTAIN VIEW 166,468 201,788 201,351 437 239,981 38,630- 227,476 236,174 243.901 251.605 •••• gAppNpINRE^+ 166.468 201,788 201,351 437 239.981 38.630- 227,476 ]36.2)4 243,981 251,685 ••••• NOUNPAIN VIEW I 166,468 201,788 201,051 437 239.981 08.630- ]27,1)6 236,274 243,901 251,685 ------------ 4444_ ___. ------- --0444--9444-- ------------ -------------- ------------ 99-___9904__ .....• 166.468 201,700 201,]51 XOUNt11IN VIEW 2 U7 339,901 ]8.6]0- 227,476 236,371 313.981 351,6 .......MOWIAIN VIEW I 166,468 201,798 201,351 437 239,981 36,630- 227,476 ]36,2)4 243.981 251,685 PREPUZD 10/25/00. 15.40.27 eDOC6r PR6PARAttoN RoRR5116EI PAGE 1 a SO PROCRAN Q601L 20R VISCAL T 2001 ACCT111R1'INQ P IOD 10/2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 3004 2005 C 1999 2000 REVISED 2000 PRO1056D 2001 PROP056D pROPDS® PROP066D Pm IJ ARdIRI'IIIM66R ACCOUNT D65CRIPrION ACNAL B1IDOEI BIIOGBT •••VARIANCE••• E110O6T •••vAR[ANC6••• 6UICNT EOD06'I 911DC[I M O. b NOORIAIN VIER I NWN3'AIN VIM I 6EPENDITUR65 NOURTAIN VIEN I -OP TINA EEPBXSE.9 004-0000-497.43-01 DSPRRCIATION-EQUIPRBRI' 51719 5,200 5.666 600- 5,600 0 5.600 5,600 5,600 5.600 004-0000-497.43-03 DRPRECIATIOR-NTN VIM 262,773 262,77S 262,775 0 ]63.775 0 26],425 ]63.775 ]63,435 363,775 004-0000-497.43-03 ANORTIIATIOR/ISSUE R DISC 23.423 23,425 23.425 0 23.425 0 ZJ,425 ]J,435 2J.4]5 23,425 6RPENDIIvRE 291,915 291,400 292,000 600- 392.000 0 292,000 292,000 292,000 ]92.000 ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ •• NOR-OPERATING 6SPMSES 291,915 291,400 292,000 600- 292,000 0 292.000 292.000 292.000 292.000 ... NOUNIAiN VIM 291,915 391,400 292.000 600- 292,000 0 292.000 292,000 292,000 292.000 •••• 6]lPB1NIITUR65 291,915 291,400 292.000 600- 292,000 0 392,000 293,000 292,000 292,000 ..... ROIRTIAIN VIM I 291,915 291,400 292,000 - 600- 292,000 0 292,000 292,000 392,000 ]9],000 _____ _____ ____________ _________ ____________ ____________ ____________ .....• ]91,915 291.400 ]93.000 600- 292,000 0 NOVNIAIN VIM I 293,000 292.000 293,000 392,000 .......NOUNTAlN VIM 1 291,915 291,400 393,000 600- 292.000 0 292.000 292,000 292,000 292,000 i Ord,00-26 Page mer ■ • | ; | | | Q ■ � | � | | � [ � | . ■ � | � | | | | � | ■ . | � | § ! ! ! | ■ � | � | | | | § | ■ � | � | ! r E ! | . | | � ■ � | � | | | � § � ■ • | � | ! ( ! ! | ■ � | � | | | i | | ■ . | � ! § ! ! ! | ■ $ ■ | | If Is § | ■ � | ; | | | | K | . § ■ : ; � � � 5�R a 0 a MOUNTAIN VIEW I RESERVE `p J FUND REQMEMEWS 2000-2005 I0W x660 toot z6ot 2mf tom 2W1 2962 2092 x66¢ IVROIASE SA1.vA$E 1999 20DD x000 WsavE EM CASH mem p650PYT10N M101ME GATE VANE 6ESERVE IFl916E CA6N RESERVE CA91 6a,rcE ovn.9r wEe OAL*XE ovR IIXD DAL. o1IRAr 1ISE0 6A.Y[E Aq T $0 526413 Ilninlan Ys $]0.000 200] $15b5i $),567 M f0 $19719 3].56) so $0 $225$0 5)367 $0 f0 50 Meia6dn Ye $]6010 1016 30 $O $0 So $0 $0 f6 f0 So M ASN TSM COAT SD $0 $0 f0 50 $0 50 flgwleF V. 36.000 2000 $5.000 f0 $1,000 $5..= 30 50 $Ib25 11525 30 W 3)150 so Marenrb 16.500 2001 f0 so $0 $0 f0 51.625 SO 6OIlE'+i $0 $5.i MwaAVnVb IA.-67 551'00 200] $3.]50 1625 $O 30 fA37s 3)75 M $0 SA'$0 �$0 SO so f0 pep6m�e�rt 36b00 2015 $0 SD f0 $0 50 $0 UIRWV EQV[PMEM1 .rav6dn]9e. $15000 200] $600 S4,ZW $2,155 f0 so $6435 fi,i $0 50 $85W so $2.145$0 $0 $0 Sw,7$0 &plerswn6 $17.000 2001 S 1000 30 $0 W so PAINTI6GIXTERIOR 30 $0 $0 61mAan $0 so V. 31)0.000 2001 f76.00D 126,000 SO fwA.OW 326,0 Sw+,so $0 $n.m so $0 $n.m R.yeVn $150,000 x006 $0 $0 so ROOFS $0 $n,576 NaaAeinrs 5]20,001 ZOW $M,756 f?A56 f0 f0 552106 S9b65 30 50 361591 $9565 $Q WATER HEATER RETUCEME6R $0 $16.101 16winewY 3]2,211 2006 59.196 $1.531 f0 50 $10,711 ub65 30 30 31�a)=aAt6 f„a�aaa anaa �_sa _,tea„ f0 3161,190 6RAw rorAE f16o53e $AIJN $!005 $5.aao $196966 fzowx 526.000 Sw9,659 Slu.aee Sfe.tce W --- m O 0o c IS °O °o N � ' M a MOUNTAIN VIEW I RESERVE FUND REQVIREMEWS 2000-2005 P1AO3.t9E "VASE 200¢ tom 20m 2000 ZOaO 20D1 2m4 2pD1 2004 ZOTS zoos ems 2003 oEU.nnrtan AM01ME BATE VAAM RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE EVE RESEWE CASH RESERVE AYE RESERVE [.4143 1 nFlER1'E aAl.rtcE 01311wr vsm 11AlAHCE OVRAr 1ISW LY.WCE alltlwr IIAD aA..3NCE ASP1w r $0 S..xa.Yb. s3o.om 2m3 $26.40 so 0-56? $6.413 $0 $0 so So fo fa So So Mai4dnYv S$6J310 2016 $0 $0 $0 30 so $710 $0 $0 $710 $2.M $0 $0 55.540 ASP M T$AI.COAT .` $0 MwAenVb N.m 20m so so 30 $o $0 $0 n 30 $0 $0 $0 $0 so MwAdn V6. $6,Sm zm9 !3350 S1a25 W f0 f4Ar5 fe 31x25 $4x25 $0 3o fa SD mR9 f0 A'wnaen Via.ls�dy 35.000 2m3 $5,125 $0 $3x5 $5,500 30 t0 SO � $0 pglmaent MAW 2015 $0 so W - so $0 $530 so W M m >D !D $1,1m lAR EQVmAENr so Manbin V.. f15.m0 zoo Sam $W.M $2.145 to $0 $12Aso $o f1Jso 312aso $0 Sa so ft Pv moA $1T,m0 2m9 $ 1,000 3o so W W so 30 30 f0 30 $s3m f0 fo $J3m PAWTA6E2J9 M W $0 W $0 $0 $0 $0 so Abntdn YS SIX= 2001 $0 S0 $0 W 30 oA�;,,r Sl4o.000 2606 $2a.6m $2x.000 $0 to SWISS) $2x.000 $0 $0 $e+.am $2aJ1m w so $llz 000 aoEs Ranlun Ys $IW.= 20Dr $71,526 $9aa5 f0 $0 $1361 $9h" 30 $0 390946 PARS SD 30 loos WATEAKATEARMACEMEM 4J Mwntdn YS $32311 20m $HJ01 $205 30 t0 $18.m $bas SO f0 $21,4T 3-=�A65 --10 ---$0 I 6R. MTA ..R S16IJW S".m $3.962 SIMS $1731r92 $434" $2955 $177" 51997J2 737 $46J190 w � o °O °o w °, rn b MgMTAIN VIEW-114a.5E II J EMPLOYEE HOVSIN6 RENTAL PROJECT 2001 SUMMARY SHEET 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2005 8£�SLK R YI 4 VAMANCE VARIANCE L 1 KEINNINS PNDS AVAILABLE "U.176.46 $99 502" $82 356 00 ($7.146-M) 379 259 00 ($3 097 Oq $6111700 $82 836 OD $n.A01.OD 382.522.00 REVENUES $202.911.40 $200.990.00 $203,265.40 $2,7590 $209.430.00 $636500 $215.M.OD $220.44O9D 32260/590 $23L769D OP3RATIN6/C'APITAL OM04D ($31.637.OD) ($18.237.00) ($48A17.OD) $220AD ($51,727.OD) ($3.710.OD) ($54J33AD) ($5700.00) ($6OA1L00) ($62,458.D0) CAPITALISED EXPENDUMES ($827.752.6) OEBT SERVICE ($08.N5.OD) (3158.31890) ($158.3459D) $0.00 ($155,54590) $2,800.00 ($157.610.40) ($M.453.D0) ($156.013.00) ($157.53390) NT OPERATING RV/% (5744920 ($592(0 (3009 700) a-."M $2.1m. 55.255.00 $3417.00 $33 $11.75190 - CAPITAL RESERVES VSED $090 SO90 $0.00 $090 $0.00 $090 ($2POD.00) ($14.2WDD) $090 ($5,000.00) YEAR ETA FMCS AVAILABLE BALANCE $82.356.0 383.910.66 $79.259.00 ($6.651.16) $81,117.00 52.158.00 $82,834.00 $72.40L00 $82.522.00 $89.276.00 MCAMTAIN VIEW-PHASE II FVNOS AVAILABLE SUMMARY 1999 2m 2000 1001 2002 2003 2004 2000 A�1 L11. �T R�VS� VMIANCE � VARIANCE LR�Q .R � CAPITALRESERVEPIND $0.00 $6,615.00 $11,6590 $1,650.00 $23.86590 $12.60090 $33.46590 $20590 $38,9MW $".86590 (MAPPR(PRIATED FUNDS $82,35690 $77,95." $679"90 ($9,3DL46) $57,55290 (333.442.40) $69,36990 $15.13690 $63.6079D $44.4110D ' .00 38 .276.00 END3N6 PM AVAILABLE $52,3%.w "3.910.46 i —- I es 1a m DO 382.522 b A G -fin a MOIMIAIN VIEW-PHASE 11 v FIRAIN6 FOR CAPITAL RESERVE 1999 2000 2000 20D1 2002 2003 2004 2005 pE50RIPRON. T REM AE VARIANCE PROP09 R VARIANCE PROPOSE Q Cam` Q F '`ED PROPOSED NET OPERATING REV/W ($745.820.46) ($5,592.00) ($3.097.00) $2.495.0D $2 08.00 $5,25500 $3.417.00 $3.817.00 $10.12LOD $11.756.0D C*tw Release cod,&~ $0.00 ($6,515.00) ($11.265.00) ($5.750.00) ($1260D.00) ($1,335.00) ($11,600.00) ($7.750.00) ($11.990.00) ($1095D.0D) NET OPERATIN6 BALANCE 0744.8 ($14.362.00) ($2.M.00) $3.920.00 ($6.193.00) ($3,933.00) (51.829.00) 58W.00 i pR6PMlm 10/26/00, 10,11,06 BIIDO6i MIEPMATION XORI Ul' PAGE I y� Q PROGRAN M601L [OR PISCAL L 2001 AQ.OINYI'INO PEI20D 10/2000 y 2000 2000 3001 3003 2003 2006 2005 M O 1999 BUDGET REVISED 2000 MMPOSED 2001 MIOPD56D PRONE® flM009® M MIW H O O ACCOUNT N M A[CO1M1'I=al VTION ACIVAL 6110GHT •••aMIAIN3••• e1R%I6T •••yM/MCt••• 6VDCET NIIDO[Y RVOONI INIOOEY J MOIMYAIN VIEN II X0.07-0 IMNUS 006-0000-]00.07-01 SNYER65T INCOl16 1,699- 6.900- 6.500- 1,600 7,300- 600 7.300- 7.300- 7,.300- 7,]00- 00°-0000-300.07-06 MISCELLAN6N/9 INCOME 60- 30- 30- 0 30- 0 60- 65- 50- 55- 00°-0000-300.07-11 IJIROR/MATERIALIMVnI65 0 100- 75- 25- 100- 25 135- 165- 155- 160- 006-0000-300.07-12 IAI PEES 0 600- 600- 0 300- 100- 350- 600- 600- 625- 006-0000-300.07-13 IAONDNT 3,061- 6,200- 6.300- loo 6,300- 0 6,325- 6,350- 6.600- 6,625- 006-0000-300.07-SI INIERENI INC-CONSTROCPION 21.606- 0 0 0 0 0 • REVpNE 36.016- 9.630- 11.305- 1,675 13.030- 72S 12,150- 13,260- 12,305- 12.365- •• RISCE.IJ1R60V3 26,026- 9.630- 11,]05- 1.675 12,030- 725 12,150- 12,360- 13,305- 13,]65- ____.__._.._ ____________ ______________ )RANSM0.S YRCX OTNEt POND 0 0 0 006-0000-300.06-01 TMRSI03R IN - ROWING 30,335- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 • REVpNE 30,335- 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 30,335- _____.____.0 _.____.____O 'IRANSPERS mm 0111EI PUNO ------ 0 0 •• 0 0 0 0 ° REV[AL RMMM 700 006-0000-300.11-06 VACANCY PAC 0 1.000 600 600 600 200- 600 600 600 -MOINYPAIN VIM 11 166.551- 192,360- 192,360- 0 196,000- 5.660 203.660- 306,600- 216,660- 210.060- 006-0000-300.11-07 REIMS . REVERE 166,551- 191,360- 191,960- 600 197.600- 5.660 303.060- 306,300- 333,660- 519.360- ------------ ------------ •• REVIAL REVERIE 166.551- 191,360- 191,960- 600 197,600- 5,660 203,060- 206.200- 313.860- 219,360- ••• RgyE1OgE 202,916- 200.990- 203.265- 2,275 209.630- 6,165 315.190- 220,660- 226,165- 231,165- .... R6v12R69 202,916- 200.990- 203.265- 2,275 309,630- 6,165 215.190- 220,660- 226,165- 131,765- ••••• NOIMI'AIN VIM It 202.916- 300.990- 203.265- 2,375 209,630- 6,165 315.190- 220,660- 226,165- 231,765- •••••• ------------202,916- ------------200.990- 203, 65- MWNIAIR VtBX II 3 3,375 309.430- 6,165 315.190- 330.660- 136,165- 231.745- .......MOUNTAIN VIM II 202,916- 200,990- 203,265- 2.275 209,630- 6,165 215,190- 220,660- 236.165- 231,765- PRRPARN° 10/74/00, 10,10,51 EOIX'6T PREPARATION tpRIL5116RT PAIR I y'ti PR0fF1M1 g601L POR PISCAL MR 2001 ACCQI lm MIW 10/3000 LY 3000 2000 2001 2003 2003 3004 2005 1999 BIO1G6'1' REVISED 2000 PROP°SRD 2001 MO 9W PROPOSE° DROPOS® P N ACCWNT e Ree ACCOONf DRS @1PPION ACIVAL IVOOEL •••vARxABCC•• !NOOKS •••vAR1ANCR••• 006RP E SR eVDORf BODLES .�•ri p. J NOORTIIN VIEN II MOONYAIN VIRN II =2 DrTIRRS OTREf BAPENITOR85 AIRCAASED SERVICES - 0 0 0 0 0 008-0000-499.36-18 LBGAL PEES 380 0 0 0 0 =I Dl7 220 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 •• POIR0V15® sERVxcEs 280 0 0 0 ... =ER EEPENOx1Yn185 200 0 0 0 0 0 .... EMM'DImms 280 0 0 0 0 0 EIPENIYVRE9 MWNTAIN VIE) II PERSONNEL SRRVICE9 1,344 1.411 1,463 1,556 008-0000-500.35-04 PATROLL-9NON RE40VAL 374 1,300 1.260 30 1,700 0 2,066 008-0000-500.35-05 PAYROLL-ORg SMEPM 0 1,050 1,600 350 1.]00 100- 3.]85 1,8]1 1.968 002-0000-500.35-06 PAYROLL-MAINI4NANCE MAN 4.505 9,460. 8,300 1.160 9.530 1,2)0- 10.0°] 10,5°6 11,033 11,584 008-0000-500.35-08 PAYROLL - O.T. 206 350 225 25 350 25- ]St 365 ]7J 301 410 4,161 946- 4,285 4.414 4,547 4,683 008-0000-500.35-09 PAYROLL-BRNB M 1,413 3,635 3.215 4]0 19,]02 20,170 ERPENDI7YIRE 6.297 16.485 14.620 1.865 16,921 2.301- 1].6]9 18, •• PERSONNEL 56RVICRS 6.397 16,465 14.630 1,86S 16,931 3.301- 1],6]9 18,470 19.303 30,170 PNRCN1 = SERVICES 557 574 590 608 002-0000-500.36-01 AWIT 500 535 525 0 540 15- 100- 2,163 2.338 3,295 2.363 008-0000-500.36-03 PROP655IONAL SERVICES 896 618 2.0°0 1.]830- 2,1000 0 0 0 400 500 002-0000-500.36-04 CARPET]ABOR 0 0 0 000-0000-500.36-05 CARPET CLEANING 0 600 300 300 0 300 463 477 493 506 0 0 0 0 D 0 200 235 00 8-0000-500.36-07 DRAPERY CLEANING 0 0 112 0 100 0 103 106 109 008-0000-500.36-00 PIKE ERIRR1I511ER MAINT. 30 100 100 0 0 0 0 100 315 008.0000-500.36-09 FORMICA REPAIRS 0 0 D 0 008-0000-500.36-19 11RUSIEE PEES/EONDS 150 300 300 D 300 0 309 318 32] 438 006-0000-SOO.Jb-31 tBL6PBONE 934 1.200 1. 11356 1.366 1.107 100 100 1,250 150- 1,287 1.450 50- 1.49] 1 008-0000-500.36-22 OTILITIE9 - ELECTRIC 1,753 11550 1,400 150 ,5)0 1,564 1,612 GA ]•000 500 7.300 400- 7.519 7,744 7,977 t,216 008-0000-500.36-26 MLITIW - NATOIOL S 6,254 7.500 350- 8,394 8.646 8.906 9,173 008-0000-500.36-28 WA1 6 SANITATION 7.908 8,755 ].900 255 0.150 008-0000-500.36-29 4E49R PEES 1,031 1,900 1.900 0 2.100 300- 2.163 3.238 3,]95 3.364 6RPVMlWRE 19.355 23.048 22.525 533 23,290 765- 24,451 25.185 36.641 31,569 PORCRASED SERVICES 19.355 33,042 22.525 533 33,390 765- 24,451 35,155 26,641 27,569 OPERATING 6 MINI'01AMCE 412 424 437 450 008-0000-500.37-01 AOVERTISIMG 258 200 300 300- 400 100- 1.000 1,000 1,100 008-0000-500.37-02 CARPET 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 970- 7.563 7.940 8,337. 8,754 006-0000-500.)]-06 INSURANCE J,067 4.104 6.232 2.048- 7'202 25 101 106 109 132 009.0000-500.37-11 MISC'E.LANEWS 15 100 75 25 100 15 SWPLl65-(ZEUIING 30 275 35- 203 ]9] 300 310 008.0000-500.37- 371 350 340 000-0000-500.3)-16 SVPPLIES-LAMDSCAPSNG 975 3,000 1,950 50 1,300 750 1,3]6 1.273 1,311 1.]50 00e-0000-5073.37-17 sRmPLIRS-oerxcE :z o 100 100- 100 0 103 106 109 135 PADPAx® 10/26100, 10,10,53 euocsr PREPARATI019 NoRR51¢62 PACD 3 P2AG1111N 6N6o1L 9DA rlsC TIM ]001 AtSAI 1110 I'Mim 10/2000 d 3000 3000 3001 3002 2003 2006 2005 ACCOIDrI' ACLQBR 06BCRIPTION AL'IIN,L DUOtl61' •••VMIAIICE••• DUIXi6Y •••PMIAIKI••e BIIOGR DI)OQ R ® OP09m J ISD 2000 MCPDSm 3001 OED 1999 M ODDDA , Cn b 008-0000-500.37-18 SVPPLI68-1MI[![00URE 291 550 590 10 600 60- 618 636 675 675 J 008-0000-500.37-20 SUPPLIER-PAINTIDG 306 350 365 5 J)5 30- 186 198 609 922 008-0000-500.37-21 SWPLIBS-PI2R@tNG 96 100 100 0 150 50- 156 159 169 1)0 008-0000-500.37-22 SVPPLSES-'1VOIS 100 100 100 0 100 0 103 106 109 112 10- 101 106 109 112 008-0000-500.37-23 SUPPLIrS-IJ1U190RY 0 100 90 30 100 008-0000-500.3744 PARTS-APPLIADCBS 111 150 100 50 150 50- 156 159 269 ]]9 008-0000-500.3)-25 SUPPLIES/BUILDING 102 200 185 15 200 35- 306 213 219 261 GA 008-0000-500.37-26 V1311CLE- S 6 OIL 58 320 220 0 250 JO- ]5) 265 2)] 008-0000-500.37-28 VBRICLB-INSIDIANCE 91 50 155 105- 166 9- 169 1)9 1)9 169 008-0000-500.37-30 V®1ICUE-PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 86 150 190 SO 150 10- 156 159 169 169 smr=Dl� 5,705 8,709 10,872 2,168- 11,516 666- 12,003 13.515 16.068 19,)19 •• OPMATING 6 NASNTBI9W3C8 5,705 8,709 10,073 2.168- 11.516 699- 12,003 13.515 19,068 16,719 ••• NOUHSAIN VIED II 31,357 68,237 68.017 220 51.)2) 3,710- 59,133 5).1)0 60.011 63,950 •••• ®IPBNDITIIREE 11.357 98,237 98.017 220 51,)2) 31710- 59.133 5).1)0 60,011 62,658 ••••• MOUNTAIN VIED II 31,617 98.337 98.017 320 51.)2) 3.710- 59,133 5),1)0 60.011 63,658 ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ...... -----------31.63) ---.-_98.23) __..- 90.01) -------------- 220 51. NOIMI'AIM VIM II ]3) 3.710- 56.133 SJ,DO 60,011 62, 58 ......•BOUNTAIN VIES It 31,637 68.337 98,011 220 51,)2) 3.)30- 56.133 5),1)0 60.011 63,658 mo 0o a n ' 00 °o 00 , yN O\ J movNTA3N VIEW n RENT STRVGTVRE 2000 - 2005 moo 2000 z000 zoos 2001 2001 xoo2 xoo2 zaa¢ xam taw zOW 2001 2693 x053 zoos 2005 iaa6 ♦ M y RN11K % M MMY RM9K % A 0 y MN)K % MDN y RM/K % MONTKY .93N/K % MOHtIIY ff1a1. IIFIIT sm tk4M meN ]TK'OME ]ltll. RUM ZKV ME ]NOe. REM ]NCOME pnl. ROM V2 per. Rom -)]ome ]�.____.R@RS SNDIO t6 $395.w $106.920.W 3.13% $51000 S110,160.00 3.W% SS25.W 9113.3W.W 2.931 $M..W S1%.6a.W 2.%% $555.W S11%M.00 Un S59o.W $123120.W 2.7D% 06E BEDROOM 3 ST5.W 333,]20.W 2.661 $135m S352W.W L601 $7nw $MIM.W 2121 Srrs.W S37,W.W 265% 6195.W 5361W.W 2561 $615.W 539120.W 2.522 2 KDROOM 3 $1,065.W 551120.W 2.90'% $1.095.W 552.5W.W 2.62% $1.125.00 S53.000.00 2.14% $1135.W $53.960W t.n% f1.1] $56.3WO0 2,621 $1.205.W $W..MOD 2.MS% TOTK REM 26 $192.360.W S1".ODO.W $W3,630.W $209.90ow $2t3.330.W $220.060W � o � a � g °e a J MOUNTAIN VIEW II RESERVE FUND REQUIREMENTS 2000 - 2005 V 1 1 2001 IDESCRIPTION AMOUNT DATE VALVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CAM RESERVE RESERVE OUTLAY USED BALANCE OUTLAY USED BALANCE OUTLAY USED BALANCE ASPHALT Mowdoin Kew Il $25,040.00 2011 $1,665.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1665.00 52,125.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,790.00 $2,125.00 $0.00 - $0.00 $5,915.00 ASPHALT SEAL COAT Maintain V.n $3.000.00 2002 $1000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,000.00 $1.000.00 $0.00 $0A0 $2,000.00 $0.00 $1.000.00 $2.000.00 $0.00 Momrtain Kew II $3,600.00 2007 $0.00 $0.OD $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 OMER Meuntdn Vkw II Lm-&y $1,500.00 2014 $100.00 $0.00 $0.00 $100.00 $100.00 $0.00 $0.00 $200.00 $700.00 $O.OD $0.00 $300.00 Riil&.g Boiler $15,000.00 2019 $750.00 $0.00 $0.00 $750.00 $750.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1.500.00 $750.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2250.OD PAINT" $19.000.00 2003 $4.750.00 $0.00 $0.00 54.750.00 $4.750.00 $0.00 $0.00 $9,500.00 $4,750.00 $0.00 $0.00 $14.250.00 Painting Scheduk $21,000.00 2008 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Mauntoin V"II $6,000.00 2005 $600.00 $1.000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $!.000.00 $1.000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,000.00 $1,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,000.00 ROOFS Mwuntain Y"n $45,125.00 2015 $2,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,000.00 $2,875.00 $0.00 $0.00 $4,875.00 $2,875.00 $0.00 $0.00 $7.750.00 DRANO TOTAL $11265.00 $0.00 $0.00 $11.265.00 $12,600.00 $0.00 $0.00 $23,865.00 $11,600.00 $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $33,465.00 0 t9 •pp O Q N -Oh ON J MOUNTAIN VIEW n RESERVE FUND REQVIREMEMTS 2000 - 2005 SALVAGE PURCHASE DEYAVTION AMOUNT DATE VALVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH - RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE BALANCE OUTLAY USED BALANCE OUTLAY USED BALANCE OUTLAY USED BALANCE ASPHALT Man4dR V,"n $25.040.00 2011 $5,915.00 $2125.00 $0.00 $0.00 $8040.00 $2.125.00 $OAD $0.00 $10.165.00 $2125.00 $0.00 $0.00 $12.290.00 ASPHALT SEAL COAT Ma Newn $3000.00 2002 $O.OD $0.00 SOHO $0.00 $0.00 $ODD $0.00 $ODD $0.00 $O.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Manfde vid n $3.60000 2007 $0.00 $90500 $0.00 $0.00 $900.00 $900.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1.800.011 $90000 $0.00 $O.00 $2.70D.00 BOILER #a4 New n Landry $IXO.D0 2014 $300.00 $1OD.00 $0.00 $O.OD $400.00 $BU.00 $0.00 $0.00 $5DOOO $100.00 $0.00 $0.00 $600.00 Bd1En9 mkb $15.000.00 2019 $21:50.00 $750.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3.0OO.DO $75DOD $O00 $0.05 $375000 $750.00 $0.00 $0.00 $4.50D.00 PAIMTIN6 $19000.00 2OD3 $14.25000 $0.00 $4,750.00 $14.250.00 30.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 PWAV 5d"k $21000.00 2008 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 54200.00 $0.00 $DAD $4.200.00 $4AOO.05 $0.00 SOHO $8.400.00 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT MAW,ie Newn $6.00000 2005 $600.00 $3.000.00 $I.DOO.OD $0.00 20.00 $4000.00 SIMO.00 $0.00 $O.OD $50110.00 $0.00 $405.00 $5.000.00 - $0.00 ROOFS MKn view $4512500 2015 $7.750.00 $2.87500 $0.00 $0.00 $10.62500 $2A75.OD $000 $0.00 $13,500.00 $2.875.00 $0.00 $0.00 $16)75.00 GRAND TOTAL $33.465.00 $7.75000 $4.75000 $14.2500D $26.965.00 $11.950.00 $O.OD $ODD 338915.00 $10.950.00 $400.00 $5000.00 $44.865OD bQ 6� a � g TOWN OF SNOWMASS VIIJa6E J. 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