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04-01-19 Town Council PacketTown Council Monday, April 01, 2019 4:00 PM 130 Kearns Road Council Chambers Agenda 1.CALL TO ORDER - Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council 2.ROLL CALL 3.PUBLIC COMMENT - This section is set aside for the Town Council to LISTEN to comments by the public regarding items that do not otherwise appear on this agenda. Generally, the Town Council will not discuss the issue and will not take an official action under this section of the agenda. (Five Minute Time Limit) 4.CONSENT AGENDA - These are items where all conditions or requirements have been agreed to or met prior to the time they come before the Council for final action. A Single Public Hearing will be opened for all items on the Consent Agenda. These items will be approved by a single motion of the Council. The Mayor will ask if there is anyone present who has objection to such procedure as to certain items. Members of the Council may also ask that an item be removed from the consent section and fully discussed. All items not removed from the consent section will then be approved. A member of the Council may vote no on specific items without asking that they be removed from the consent section for full discussion. Any item that is removed from the consent agenda will be placed on the regular agenda. 4.A.DRAFT AGENDAS Draft Agendas Page 3 4.B.MINUTES FOR APPROVAL 1 Town Council Page - 2 03-04-19 Minutes for Approval Page 6 4.C.THOMPSON DIVIDE - LETTER OF SUPPORT Agenda Summary Thompson Divide Page 13 Support Letter 2019 Page 15 Support Letter 2012 Page 17 5.POLICY/LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS 5.A.FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 05, SERIES OF 2019 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2019 BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND, RETT FUND AND THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FUND FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Agenda Summary Ord 5 - Budget Page 18 Ord 5 - Budget Page 21 Ord 5 Attachments Page 23 6.ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 6.A.ZONING DISCUSSION FOR PARCEL F Agenda Item Summary Request for Town Council Initiated Rezoning of Parcel F Parcel F Public Comments Page 32 Comp Plan Conservation and Dev Map Page 41 Parcel F Zoning Map Page 42 6.B.REVIEW CONCEPTUAL DESIGNS ON MALL TRANSIT STATION Agenda Summary Mall Transit Conceptual Page 43 Mall Transit Station Feasibility Study Page 45 7.TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS - Reports and Updates 8.ADJOURNMENT 2 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items • Regular Meetings begin at 4:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted • Work Sessions begin at 4:00 p.m. and aim to end at 6:00 p.m. • The dates on which agenda items are listed are only a best approximation. Agenda items are added to this list as they arise. Agenda items may well be moved to different meeting dates. Agendas are generally not finalized until the Thursday prior to the meeting. • In addition to agenda items, this document also lists expected absences of Town Council members. In compliance with section 2-49 of the municipal code, once the consent agenda is approved, the absences noted will be considered to have received the prior approval necessary of the majority of the Council for members to be absent from meetings. 2019 Meetings Mon. Apr. 1st – Regular Meeting (Madsen Sirkus Out) • Comp Plan Implementation (Zoning Changes) • Review conceptual thoughts on Mall Transit station • Ordinance 05 budget amendment boilers 1st • Letter of Support for Thompson Divide Mon. Apr. 8th – Special Meeting • Granicus iLegislate Password Policies • Reso with recommendations to TC from Citizen Grant Review Board • Ordinance 06 approving financing for 250 carriage way 1st • Ordinance 07 approving budget amendment for 250 carriage way 1st • Continued Town Council goal discussion • EOTC direction from Town Council on Dynamic Message Sign Mon. Apr. 15th – Regular Meeting • 2nd reading ord no 4 purchase Cigarette age to 21 • Ordinance 05 budget amendment boilers 2nd ?? • Ordinance 06 approving financing for 250 carriage way 2nd • Ordinance 07 approving budget amendment for 250 carriage way2nd • Continued Owl/Brush Creek round about discussion? Mon. May 6th – Regular Meeting (Sirkus Out) • 2020 Census Presentation Mon. May 13th – Work Session • Joint Meeting with POSTR Board Mon. May 20th – Regular Meeting • SAAB recommendation of Public Art Piece • Mon. Jun. 3rd - Regular Meeting (Bulter out) Mon. Jun. 10th - Work Session (Butler Shenk out) • Joint Meeting with the Marketing, Groups Sales and Special Events Board Mon. Jun. 17th - Regular Meeting 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 3 of 61 3 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items Thurs. Jun. 20th - EOTC Meeting - Pitkin County to Chair Mon. Jul. 1st - Regular Meeting (Kinney out) Mon. Jul. 8th - Work Session (Shenk out) • Joint Meeting with Volunteer Board Mon. Jul. 15th - Regular Meeting (Shenk out) Mon. Aug. 5th - Regular Meeting Mon. Aug. 12th - Work Session • Joint Meeting with Volunteer Board Mon. Aug 19th - Regular Meeting Tue. Sep. 3rd - Regular Meeting (Monday is Labor Day) Mon. Sep. 9th - Work Session • Joint Meeting with Volunteer Board • Joint Meeting with Volunteer Board Mon. Sep. 16th - Regular Meeting Mon. Oct. 7th - Regular Meeting Mon. Oct. 14th - Work Session • Joint Meeting with Volunteer Board Thurs. Oct. 17th - EOTC Meeting -Aspen to Chair Mon. Oct. 21st - Regular Meeting Mon. Nov. 4th - Regular Meeting Mon. Nov. 11th -Work Session Mon. Nov. 18th - Regular Meeting Mon. Dec. 2nd - Regular Meeting Mon. Dec. 9th - Special Meeting Mon. Dec. 16th - Regular Meeting 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 4 of 61 4 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items Topics for Work Sessions or Other Meetings Requested by Town Council Members • Update on Daly Town Home regarding retaining wall • How did they do that? • Environmental Discussions/ Approaches: 1) Meet with EAB and prioritize Sustainability goals 2) update on Solar and Renewable Energy for the Town of Snowmass Village 3) Discuss the Climate Reality Project 4) overview of the Re-Op Fund, its uses and successes. 5) a presentation of the Energy Navigator from the EAB/PW 6) discussion regarding how to move energy conservation efforts beyond town government to a community wide effort enabling individuals to help make progress 7) Update Council on solar project that was included in 2019 budget with findings from FAB, etc • Housing strategy: 1) discuss a potential regional approach to aging in place/ work with Pitkin county and county senior services- 2) find ways to encourage/ allow individuals to move from larger homes to smaller homes 3) meeting other needs- such as specific housing for town employees 4) update on current housing construction project 5) update on meeting the overall housing strategy • Action on Necessary IGA’s or other documents regarding “school property tax” distribution • A discussion on potentially allowing camping (RV or other) within the Village • Schedule Updates will all of the Town Boards to review priorities and current initiatives o EAB o FAB o PTRAB o POSTR o Marketing o Grants – Recent Awards; Review of Criteria; Purpose, etc. o SAAB o Planning • RFTA Strategic Priorities Update w. New Mill Levy 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 5 of 61 5 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 1 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 2 MARCH 4, 2019 3 4 1) CALL TO ORDER 5 6 Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town on 7 Monday, March 04, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. 8 9 2) ROLL CALL 10 11 12 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 13 COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All council members were present. 14 STAFF PRESENT: Clint Kinney, Town Manager; Travis Elliott, Assistant to the Town Manager; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk; Anne Martens- Public Works Director; and Brian Olson, Chief of Police. 15 16 17 3) PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS 18 19 A. RESOLUTION’S NO. 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, AND 20, 20 SERIES OF 2019 - APPRECIATION RESOLUTION FOR VARIOUS MEMBER’S 21 OF OUR TOWN VOLUNTEER BOARDS THANKING THEM FOR THEIR 22 SERVICE. 23 24 Mayor Butler stated it is her honor to thank all those who have served on our volunteer 25 boards and their terms have expired or the have choose to no longer serve. Those in 26 attendance were Debbie Cote and Wolf Gensch. All other members names were read 27 and thanked. 28 29 Markey Butler made the motion to approve Resolutions No. 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 30 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20, Series of 2019 in appreciation to all those who served on our 31 various town boards. Bob Sirkus seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a 32 PUBLIC PRESENT: Tom Hill, John Mele, Michelle Millerd, Debbie Cote, Renee Grossman, Matt Dube, Lauren Maytin, Scott Thompson, Rob Holmes, Andrew Wicks, Ryan Hooster, Mike Sure, Brian Sullivan, Dan Sullivan, Jim Shallcross, Naomi Smith and other members of the public interested in today’s Agenda items. 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 6 of 61 6 03-04-19 TC Minutes Page 2 of 7 vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 33 34 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 35 36 Voting Nay: None. 37 FIRE DISTRICT - WILDLIFE MITIGATION UPDATES AND RECOMMENDATIONS 38 39 John Mele, Fire Marshal, Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority and Scott Thompson, 40 Chief of the Roaring Fork Fires Rescue Authority were present and provided a 41 PowerPoint presentation of an overview of past and future wildfire mitigation projects, 42 and to make a series of recommendations to harden our community from the threat of 43 wildfire. A letter from Roaring Fork Fire Rescue is attached to this memo, along with 44 fire protection development codes for reference. John Mele delivered a similar 45 presentation to the Environmental Advisory Board at their regular meeting on February 46 5, 2019. Overall, the Board was very supportive of the planned wildfire mitigation 47 projects and recommended code revisions. The EAB passed the following motion 48 unanimously, 4-0 the EAB supports the Fire Authority’s recommendations to Town 49 Council. 50 51 Mele is proposing some code language that Pitkin County has which was adopted in 52 2006. The reasoning for Pitkin County code is because the builders and developers are 53 already used to these codes. 54 55 4) PUBLIC COMMENT 56 57 Tom Hill from Creekside provided some slides and stated areas of danger with the 58 current bike path used by the locals and guests and the steep bike path and it would 59 make more sense to build a trail on the side of the road versus the path from Lot 60 4. Council consensus was to continue investigating through the CCP and POSTR and 61 looking at the possible changes. 62 63 5) CONSENT AGENDA 64 65 A. DRAFT AGENDAS 66 67 68 B. MINUTES FOR APPROVAL 69 70 • January 07, 2019 – Regular Meeting 71 • February 02, 2019 – Regular Meeting 72 73 Council Member Madsen asked that the Town Clerk change the dollar amount in line 71 74 of the February 04, 2019 meeting minutes to $100,000 not $1000,000. 75 76 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 7 of 61 7 03-04-19 TC Minutes Page 3 of 7 Bob Sirkus made the motion to approve those items on today's consent agenda and 77 making the amendment to the February 04, 2019 meeting minutes. Bill Madsen 78 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 79 80 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 81 82 Voting Nay: None. 83 6) POLICY/LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS 84 85 A. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2019 BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND, 86 MARKETING FUND, CAPITAL EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND, POST GRANT 87 FUND AND THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FUND FOR THE TOWN 88 OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. 89 90 91 Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director reviewed the 2018 unaudited year-end financial 92 numbers for Town funds. There is also the first reading of an Ordinance amending the 93 2019 budget and appropriating funds for expenditure in 2019. The amendments to the 94 2019 budget are detailed in the attachments. All funds ended 2018 with an increase in 95 fund balance from the 2018 budget except for the Lottery Fund due to lottery proceeds 96 coming in less than budgeted. Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2019 revises the 2019 97 adopted budget and appropriates these funds for spending. The additional expenditures 98 to the 2019 budget are primarily carryover expenditures or unspent funds from 2018. 99 These expenditures were appropriated for the 2018 budget, but because the 100 projects(s)/expenditures were not spent in 2018, staff is requesting that the remaining 101 funds for the attached items be re-budgeted into the 2019 revised budget. 102 103 Council Member Sirkus again stated he still does not know why put the entire amount of 104 the project in that budget year and then we do not get to the project and the money 105 keeps getting carried over each year. Kinney explained we error on having the money 106 ready so if we need to move the project on and the money will be there without two 107 more approvals by ordinance. 108 109 Tom Goode made the motion to adjourn First Reading for Ordinance No. 02, Series of 110 2019 Bill Madsen seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in 111 favor to 0 opposed. 112 113 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 114 115 Voting Nay: None. 116 B. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE 117 TO ALLOW STATE OF COLORADO LICENSED RETAIL MARIJUANA 118 ESTABLISHMENTS TO EXIST AND OPERATE IN THE TOWN OF 119 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 8 of 61 8 03-04-19 TC Minutes Page 4 of 7 SNOWMASS VILLAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE OF COLORADO 120 LAWS AND REGULATIONS AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH TOWN OF 121 SNOWMASS VILLAGE LOCAL LICENSING REQUIREMENTS, REGULATIONS 122 AND OTHER RESTRICTIONS 123 124 125 John Dresser, Town Attorney spoke to the first reading of marijuana licensing and 126 regulations. He stated that after listening to all the Town Council discussion he wrote 127 the ordinance based on those items he heard that had a consensus. the buffer as noted 128 in the first reading was approved by Town Council, there was not consensus on the 129 signage, not facing Brush Creek road. Commercial buildings along Carriage are the 130 concern regarding signage. Dresser stated we have a Comprehensive sign code and 131 condominium sign code, and he stated the state Marijuana Retail sign code. Using the 132 word parallel on Carriage Way. A plan should be submitted as to not have signification 133 visual impact on Brush Creek. All signage should be attached to a building and not on 134 Carriage Way or on Brush Creek Road and they must comply to state regulations. 135 136 Commercial buildings along Carriage are the concern about signage. Dresser stated we 137 have a Comprehensive sign code and condominium sign code, and he stated the state 138 Marijuana Retail sign code. Using the word parallel on Carriage Way. A plan should be 139 submitted as to not have signification visual impact on Brush Creek. All signage should 140 be attached to a building and not on Carriage way or Brush Creek must comply to state 141 regulations 142 143 At this time Town Council reviewed the Ordinance page by page and line by line making 144 minor language and grammar changes. 145 146 Mayor Butler took comments from the public at this time: 147 148 Lauren Maytin Attorney of the Roaring Fork Valley and Denver by the name of Hudson 149 and Maytin provided some feedback for the Town Council and Town Attorney, one was 150 the Municipal Judge being the hearing officer as there may be a conflict of interest if a 151 municipal case comes before him with an offense regarding marijuana. Other 152 comments had to do with some minor language changes and missing definitions. 153 154 Renne Grossman Snowmass Colorado stated after all the meeting she was very 155 impressed with the first reading of this ordinance, and stated language regarding 156 window displays not allowing paraphernalia or product. 157 158 Matt Dube a resident of Snowmass Village spoke to Sec. 9-6 Prohibited Acts section e) 159 should be more specific, like tour buses that have consumption on public roads and 160 organizations not businesses or clubs like non-profits. 161 162 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 9 of 61 9 03-04-19 TC Minutes Page 5 of 7 Dan Sullivan from the Green Joint in Glenwood Springs spoke to the Town Council 163 being the Licensing Authority, the administrative piece is checking boxes. There does 164 not have to be a totally separate board. 165 166 Bob Sirkus made the motion to amend and approve at first reading, Ordinance No. 03, 167 Series of 2019 allowing retail marijuana establishments in Snowmass Village. Bill 168 Madsen seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 169 opposed. 170 171 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 172 173 Voting Nay: None. 174 7) ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 175 176 177 A. RESOLUTION NO. 22, SERIES OF 2019 - A RESOLUTION APPOINTING NEW 178 MEMBERS TO THE PART TIME RESIDENTS ADVISORY BOARD AND THE 179 CITIZEN GRANTS REVIEW BOARD 180 181 182 Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk introduced this item and stated with the approval of this 183 Resolution all the vacant seats on our volunteer boards will be full. 184 185 Tom Goode made the motion to approve Resolution No. 22, Series of 2019 - appointing 186 new member to the Part Time Residents Advisory Board and the Citizens Grant Review 187 Board. Bob Sirkus seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in 188 favor to 0 opposed. 189 190 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 191 192 Voting Nay: None. 193 8) TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS 194 195 196 Council Member Goode stated he is waiting for an update on the C.O.R.E. retreat and 197 they are planning the 20th Anniversary celebration. 198 199 Council Member Sirkus state that RAWPA has scheduled a retreat and he has met with 200 April Long the new Executive Director and will report back after the retreat. He also 201 stated that the New York Times has a wonderful article in it about Snowmass Village 202 and all the wonderful things to do here. He thanked Rose Abello, Tourism Director for 203 the article. 204 205 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 10 of 61 10 03-04-19 TC Minutes Page 6 of 7 Mayor Butler spoke to the Mobility Lab task force and they provided an update to the 206 candidates running for vacancies for the Aspen Town Council. There was suggestion to 207 send this back to the EOTC but the Mayor feels this is a political issue. 208 209 Council Member Madsen spoke to the Nordic Council possibly taking over the Nordic 210 operations at Ash Croft in the developmental stages. He also received some interest 211 from two Chef's and he reached out to Krabloonik and has heard nothing back. 212 213 Council Member Shenk has noticed that when lots fill some people are parking in the 214 Black Saddle lot, which are for Nordic Skiers, and there should be some signs 215 designating the signs for Nordic Skiers. She also stated that when there is an event on 216 the Nordic Trails the public needs to be notified so they don't use the Nordic trails during 217 an event. 218 219 9) EXECUTIVE SESSION 220 At 7:25 p.m. 221 222 Mayor Butler called Executive Session which was not on today's agenda 223 224 It is the recommendation of the Snowmass Village Town Staff that the Council make 225 and approve the following motion 226 227 1. Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) 228 and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss 229 one item: 230 a) Conferences with an attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on 231 specific legal questions pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(c) and Snowmass 232 Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(2); 233 234 Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting 235 to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering items (a) above. 236 Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, 237 regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. 238 239 Alyssa Shenk made the motion to enter closed session Tom Goode seconded the 240 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor 0 opposed. 241 242 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler 243 244 Voting Nay: None. 245 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 11 of 61 11 03-04-19 TC Minutes Page 7 of 7 At 7:44 p.m. 246 Bob Sirkus made the motion to reconvene to the regular meeting Alyssa Shenk 247 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor 0 opposed. 248 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler 249 250 Voting Nay: None. 251 10) ADJOURNMENT 252 253 At 7:45 p.m. 254 255 Bill Madsen made a motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village 256 Town Council on Monday, March 4, 2019 seconded by Markey Butler. The motion was 257 approved by a vote of 5 in favor 0 opposed. 258 259 This set of meeting minutes was approve by the Snowmass Village Town Council at 260 their Regular Meeting on April 1, 2019. 261 262 Submitted By, 263 264 ________________________ 265 Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC 266 Town Clerk 267 268 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 12 of 61 12 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: April 1, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Letter of Support for the Thompson Divide and CORE Act PRESENTED BY: Travis Elliott, Assistant to the Town Manager BACKGROUND: As originally requested by Councilman Bill Madsen, attached is a letter of support for the Thompson Divide and Colorado Outdoor Recreation & Economy (CORE) Act. The CORE Act contemplates withdrawing federal land within the Thompson Divide area from future mineral leases. The complete bill and summary of the CORE Act can be found online, here: https://trackbill.com/bill/us-congress-house-bill-823-colorado- outdoor-recreation-and-economy-act/1657531/ Upon approval, the letter will be sent to our federal Senators and Representatives. The letter that the 2012 Town Council sent in support of the Thompson Divide is also attached for your reference. FINANCIAL IMPACT: There are no direct financial impacts associated with sending this letter. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: This topic is indirectly related to the Town Council’s strategic goal of promoting regionalism. “The Town is committed to being proactive and participating in regional approaches for topics that face the entire Roaring Fork Valley including, but not limited to transportation, housing, recreation, and public health matters.” 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 13 of 61 13 COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Approve the letter and direct staff to send it 2. Approve the letter with modifications 3. Decline to send the letter STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Provide direction to staff. ATTACHMENTS: A. 2019 Letter of Support for the Thompson Divide B. 2012 Letter of Support for the Thompson Divide 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 14 of 61 14 7tii/SNOWMASS2’%,eApril1,2019TheHonorableMichaelBennet261RussellSenateOfficeBuildingWashington,D.C.20510TheHonorableCoryGardner354RussellSenate OfficeBuildingWashington,D.C.20510TheHonorableScott Tipton218CannonHouse OfficeBuildingWashington,D.C.20515TheHonorableJoeNeguse1419LongworthHouseOfficeBuildingWashington,D.C.20515Re:SupportforLegislationWithdrawingThompsonDividefromFutureOilandGasLeasingDearSenatorBennet,SenatorGardner,RepresentativeTipton,andRepresentativeNeguse:Fornearlyadecade,theTownofSnowmasshassupportedconservationofpubliclandsintheThompsonDivide.Iwriteonbehalf oftheTownCounciltocontinuethatsupport.In2012,theTownofSnowmassVillageendorsedtheThompsonDivide Coalition’seffortsto“secureprotectionsfromoilandgasdevelopmentonfederallandsintheThompsonDivideArea”andtoseek“federallegislationtopermanentlywithdrawtheareafromavailabilityforfutureleasing.”SeeExhibit1.SenatorMichaelBennetandRepresentativeJoeNeguserecentlyintroducedbillsinbothhousesofCongressthatrespondtorequeststopermanentlyprotectpubliclandsintheThompsonDivide.The bills,commonlyreferredtoastheColoradoOutdoorRecreation&Economy(CORE)Act,includeprovisionsthatwouldpermanentlywithdrawtheThompsonDividefromavailabilityforfutureoilandgasleasing.WesupportprovisionsoftheCoreActthatwillprotectpubliclandsintheThompsonDividewithapermanentwithdrawalfromavailabilityforfutureleasing,andwethankTownofSnowmassVillageRO.Box5010,SnowmassVillage,Colorado81615I970.923.3777Ifax970.923.6083www.tosv.com04-01-19 TC PacketPage 15 of 6115 7i%1_SNOWMASS%eourlegislatorsforlisteningtoourcommunities,local citizens,andpeoplefromacrossthecountrywhohaveconsistentlyrequestedlegislationofferingthisprotection.WerequestthatColorado’scongressionaldelegationtoworktogethertopassthiscommon-senselegislationthatprotectspubliclandscriticaltoourlocaleconomy,respectsvalid-existingrightsofleaseholdersintheThompson DivideArea,andincludeslanguageofferingcreditstoanyleaseholderthatwantstogetridofleaseswithinthewithdrawalboundary.Thankyouforyourcontinuedeffortsonthisissue.Sincerely,Markey ButlerMayorCC:BobSirkus,MayorProTernBillMadsen, TownCouncilmanAlyssaShenk,TownCouncilwomanTornGoode, TownCouncilmanClintonKinney,TownManagerTownolSnowmassViNogeIP.O. Box5010,SnowmassVillage,Colorado81615970.923.37771fax970.923.6083Iwww.tosv.com04-01-19 TC PacketPage 16 of 6116 04-01-19 TC PacketPage 17 of 6117 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: April 1, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: ORDINANCE NO. 5, SERIES OF 2019 – FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2019 BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND, REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX FUND AND THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FUND FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PRESENTED BY: Anne Martens, Public Works Director BACKGROUND: Three competitive bids were received in response to the Advertisement for Bids for the Snowmelt Boiler Replacement Project at Parcel C and Lot 2. This project is to replace the boilers, sensors, piping and controls for two sections of Carriage Way from just below Anderson Lane to Lot 11. This project does not include any work in the roadway itself. The bids received were comparable and do not appear to have any discrepancies. The bids ranged from $2,423,474 to $2,920,610, with the low responsive bid being submitted from Falcon Engineering from Grand Junction, CO. This contractor has performed similar projects and has been approved by our engineer, Engineering Economics, Inc. Based on the bids received and the need for this project, we are recommending a budget amendment to fund and award the construction contract. This project will address issues such as out of date controls, failing controls, provide boiler redundancy and energy efficiency improvements. Currently we are working on some value engineering options and energy rebates. The revised project budget is as follows: Construction Contract $2,423,474 Construction Admin/ Commissioning $ 55,770 Contingency (18%) $ 436,225 Project Budget $2,915,469 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 18 of 61 18 Funding currently budgeted: Lot 2 Boiler Plant $282,219 Parcel C $291,804 Total Funding currently budgeted $574,023 The net difference between the recommended project budget and funding currently budgeted is $2,341,446. Therefore, it is recommended to amend the budget from $574,023 to $2,915,469 using funds available in the General, RETT and CIP funds. Additional Project Funding: • General Fund-Funds Available $1,222,774 (B. Vlg bldg. revs less inspections) • RETT Fund-Funds Available $1,033,356 (B.Vlg new sales & Limelight sale) • CIP Fund-Funds Available-Gen’l $ 85,316 (Unused CIP project funds) TOTAL Funds $2,341,446 Note: The above Base Village funds are One-time revenues that the Town had not yet allocated toward any projects/programs. Staff is recommending the use of these one- time funds for the Snowmelt Road project FINANCIAL IMPACT: It is recommended to amend the budget from $574,023 to $2,915,469 using funds available in the General, RETT and CIP funds. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: This project is associated with the council goal of continuing the commitment to resiliency. A truly resilient community is committed to being proactive in protecting its assets. This requires addressing environmental, fiscal, safety, transportation and economic development topics. COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Approve the First Reading of Ordinance No. 5, Series of 2019 funding this project. 2. Deny the First Reading of Ordinance No. 5, Series of 2019 declining this project budget. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended to amend the budget from $574,023 to $2,915,469 by approving Ordinance No. 5, Series of 2019 . 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 19 of 61 19 ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance No. 5, Series of 2019 General Fund Budget Summary Real Estate Transfer Tax Budget Summary Capital Improvement Project Budget Summary Capital Improvement Project Budget Detaill 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 20 of 61 20 SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1 TOWN COUNCIL 2 3 ORDINANCE NO. 05 4 SERIES OF 2019 5 6 7 8 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2019 BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND, RETT 9 FUND, THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FUND FOR THE TOWN OF 10 SNOWMASS VILLAGE. 11 12 13 WHEREAS, Clinton M. Kinney, Town Manager, has submitted changes to the 14 2019 Adopted Budget; and 15 16 WHEREAS, the 2019 amendments include changes to the General Fund, the 17 RETT Fund, and the Capital Improvement Project Fund; and 18 19 WHEREAS, the General Fund is revised to transfer funds out to the Capital 20 Improvement Project Fund to fund a portion of the snowmelt boiler project; and 21 22 WHEREAS, the RETT Fund is revised to transfer funds out to the Capital 23 Improvement Project Fund to fund a portion of the snowmelt boiler project; and 24 25 WHEREAS, the Capital Improvement Project Fund is revised to include the 26 transfers in from the General Fund and the RETT Fund and to include additional 27 expenditures for the snowmelt boiler project. 28 29 WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Home Rule Charter requires 30 adjustments to the budget when circumstances change relating to the budget. 31 32 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of 33 Snowmass Village, Colorado: 34 35 36 Section One: Revised Budget 37 That the Town of Snowmass Village 2019 budget for the General Fund, 38 the RETT Fund, and the Capital Improvement Project Fund be adjusted to 39 include the below amendments. 40 41 Section Two: Appropriation 42 That the below 2019 revised revenues and expenditures are hereby 43 appropriated for expenditure during the 2019 budget year. 44 45 46 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 21 of 61 21 19-05 TC Ord Page 2 of 2 47 Town of Snowmass Village Budget Changes - 2019 Revised Budget 2019 Revenues 2019 Expenditures General Fund $ 1,222,774 RETT Fund $ 1,033,356 CIP Fund $ 2,256,130 $ 2,341,446 TOTAL $ 2,256,130 $ 4,597,576 48 49 50 Section Three: Effective Date 51 This Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption in accordance with 52 Article X, Section 9.11 (e) of the Home Rule Charter. 53 54 55 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on first reading by the Town Council of 56 Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 1st day of April, 2019 with a motion made by 57 Council Member _________ and seconded by Council Member ________ and by a 58 vote of __ in favor to __ opposed. 59 60 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of 61 Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 15th day of April, 2019 with a motion made by 62 __________ and seconded by ______________, and by a vote of __ in favor to __ 63 opposed. A roll call was taken, those in favor were_________________________, 64 those opposed were _____________________. 65 66 67 68 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 69 ____________________________ 70 Markey Butler, Mayor 71 72 ATTEST: 73 74 ____________________________ 75 Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk 76 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 22 of 61 22 !II e€*G-l*-l* 8 gggte0ts H H E slx tleH $351nsl' > 9 lFiiil- l- 31ee6s*l*clc I ge'gteBts H H E:lx slgH $gslgHl'> 9 lN r..l**;*-l;:l* 6'qo oll5 .!t'sl _qN. !lI'd.!l o. dl > I Fln9 El 6o 6lo.N )I Not - E NN. 8 o q 9S66$ o oo ooo@ oo N vv o oo6'oo €- o- o- N vv 9$S96 a N. 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I s > I E Ft:)foo dd zz tsF !E{ CEFE FF r bi a:,, sF,F + Ef u a i Cb E;t Ior ^ ^ .otusH &*ooo,l.P,P oCieq:!e..=6 C t- 3-+ @d !,LUKl62zUEECd@ JJ FFOO FFF'.0 .-o )iH i9l d E >i{ 9> Ee iz:zU iU qt ac e Ed.9uv u oYo!-6 tZ lZ o | ,E I'E r d - d'd9; 6 Ert€* N 99S9S d U=<>!-{otshEsEi:di =r!9 2\6eE lL9ot-s2ft.66rFloZ 5G9$S99699 $s9ss99s9* 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 23 of 61 23 Notei Minus vorionce figures ore unfovoroble TOWN OF SNOWII,IASS VILLAGE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX BUDGET SUA,I,IAARY DESCRIPTION BE6INNIN6 FUND BALANCE Revenues Tronsfcr Ort-CERF Expenditures TOTAL REVENUES TOTAL EXPENDITURES Net Operofing Rev's/Exp Copifal BldglEguip Resenve Used TRANSFER OuT-CTP 2017 Actual $6. r38.841.99 I (620.000.00) $ (t .333,297 .22) I 2.842.434.27 i 0.953,297.22) $ 889.137.05 $ ($29. l s2.83) (167,50O.0O) i 2.84?,434.27 2018 2018 Budoet Actuol $5,360.598.99 $6.831,326.21 2018 Voriance $1 .47O,727.22 $ 675,554.57 $1.828.006.82 I 675.554-57 $ 2.350.000.00 $ 4,178.006.82 $1.828,006.82 $ o40.0oo.0o) $ (1,946,046.oo) $ 2,35O,00O.0O $ (2,686.046.0O) $ (336.046.00) $ (7ro,ooo.oo) $ $ (1,27O,49t.43) i 4.t78,OO6.82 $ (2.010,491.43) $ 2.t67.515.39 $ 2,5o3,561 .39 298,635.78$ (371,352.00) $ (72.716.2?) $ $ (824,100.00) $ (824,100.00) S ?ot9 20t9 Budoef Revised $8,102.025.38 $8,102,025.38 ?ot9 Vorionce ($o.0o) $0.0o$ 2,405.980.00 $ 2.405.980.00 g C/,+0,00O.0O) $ (1,919,0O5.0O) g 2.2t05,980.00 $ (2.659.005.00) $ (253,025.00) g (7,1O,00O.0O) g $ (1,919,005.0O) $ 2,405,980.00 $ (2.659.0O5.00) $ i G53,o25.00) $ (1,394,150.00) $ (1.248.356.0O) $ $0.00 $ $ (1,394,15O.o0) $ $ (2r5,0oo.oo) $(1.033,356.00) ENDING FUND BALANCE i6,831,326.21 $3.829.10O.99 $8,102,O25.38 i4.272.924.39 $6,239,850.38 15.206,494.3A ($1.033.356.00) FUND BALANCE. DESIGNATIONS/REsERVEs Copitol Equipment Reserve Copitol Bldg/Eguipment Reserve 2016 Cotyover to 2Ol7 Expenditure Emergency Rescrvc Funds Availoble 20t7 Actuol $o.oo $1.o37.259.82 $o.oo $2,ooo.0oo.0o i3,794.066.39 2018 Budoet $o.oo $t,193.474.82 $o.oo $2,00o,o0o.0o i635.626.17 2018 Actuol $0.00 $1.154.543.60 $o.oo $2,O0O.0OO.0O $4.947,481 .78 2018 Vorionce $0.0o ($38.931.22) $o.oo $o.oo $4,3r 1.855.61 20t9 Budoct $0.0o $10.393.60 $0.0o $2,OOO,0OO.0O $4,229,456.78 ?ot9 Revised $0.o0 $10.393.60 $o.0o $2.O0O.0oo.0o $3,196.10O.78 20t9 Vorionce $0.0o ($0.0o) $o.0o $o.0o ($r,o33,356.0o) TOTAL FUND BALANCE i6.831,326.21 $3.829.100.99 $8,102.025.s8 $4.272,924.s9 $6.239.850.38 i5,206,494.38 ($1,033.356.00) 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 24 of 61 24 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE cAPtrAL LI PROVEMENT PROJECTS BUDGET SUMMARY 2017 ActuolDESCtrIPTION BE6INNIN6 FUND B^L^NCE $1,479,79O.24 REVEMJES i4.110.30o.0o EXPENDITURES TOT^L REVENUES TOTTL D(PENDITUR,ES N.t Opcrotitrg Rcv's/Exp $4,110,30O.00 12,69t,445.69 FUND BALANCE- DESIaNATION5/RESERVES 201E Budget 201E Actuol $ VARIANCE 20r9 9ud9ct 2019 Reviscd $ VARIANCE $43,E88.24 $4,171,235.93 i4,127,347.69 i2.754.50O.OO $2.704.500.00 ($50,O0o.00) ($6.652.352.00) $2,754,50O.0O ($6.652.352.00) ($3,897,E52.OO) ($1.429.854.7t\ $5.222.497.29 $2704,500.00 ($m,0oo.00) $1.429.854.71]. $5.2?2.497.29 1t,274,615.?9 i5,172,497.29 $5.445,881.22 $5,445,E8t.?2 $0.00 $?,32O197.OO $4,576,927.OO $2,256,130.00 ($6.936.067.001 ($9.277.513.O0) $2,320/9790 s4,576,927.@ ($6.936.067.00) ($9.277.513.00) (l4,615,27O.0O) (t4,70O,5E6.00) ($2.341.446.00) $2,256,r30.0O ($2.341.446.00) (185,316.00) ENDIIIc FUND BALANCE i4,171,235.93 ($3,853,963.76) $5.445,881.?2 $9299.844.98 $830,611.22 $745,295.22 ($85,316.00) 20tE $ VARIANCEBudgrt 2018 Acluol 2019 $ VARI^NCEBudgct ?ol9 Rcviscd $1,188.72 $0.45 $0.06 $0.10 $0.00 $?28.42 $o oo $233,239.93 i233.239.93 {67,A97.61 $1,1EE.72 $o.45 $o.06 $0.r0 $0.00 $228.42 $0.o0 $233,239.93 $233.239.93 j467.597.6t $0.00 $o.00 $o.00 $o.00 $0.00 $o.o0 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $o.oo $175,066.14 $80,2O3.5r s1O7,443.96 $0.00 $0.00 $89.750.14 $80.203.51 $1O7,443.96 $0.00 $0.00 ($85,316.00) $0.0o $0.0o $0.oo $0.oo Prci.cts frcm 2O18 to bc dorc in 2Ol9 &ruro| Fund RETT Fund Rood Fund Excisc Fund REOP Fund Hosing Fund l^tn Vi.w Fund 6roup Solcs Fund l o.k tirplSpcciol Ewnts Fund Sub-total Funds Awiloblc-&rml Furd Futtds Awiloblc-Excisc Tox Fund Funds Awiloblc-lrto?k tiJry'/Glup Sclcs Fund $546737.25 $112,800.25 $0.00 $396,359.20 $14,292.OO $815.000.00 $1,6m,000.00 $r81.331.82 $181.331.82 $3.897.852.34 Funds Awiloblc-Housi:9 Fund 20t7 Actuol $147,013.O3 $18,926.60 $1o7,443.96 $0.00 $0.o0 $0.o0 $0.00 $0.oo $0.o0 $0.o0 $0.o0 $0.00 to.oo $608,5O4.72 $444.916.45 $282,219.06 $4O0,0O0.00 $14.292.OO $1,zfi.22E.42 $1,544.531.10 $269.237.93 $?69.?37.93 15,083,167.61 $608,5O4.72 $444,916.45 $?82.219.06 $400,00o.00 $14,292.OO $1250.228.42 $1,544,531.10 $269 ,237.93 $269 ,237.93 $5,083.167.6r $4,O29 ,O?9.9O $80,203.51 $1o7,443.96 $0.o0 $0.o0 ($3,653,963.76) $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $175966.14 iE0.203.51 $1o7,443.96 $0.00 $o.00 (l3,E53,963.76) 15,445.881.22 19,2e9.E44.98 lE3O,6tt.22 1745,295.22 ($65,316.00)TOT^L FUND BAL^NCE 14,t71,235.93 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 25 of 61 25 CAPITAT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FUND BUDGET SUMMARY Transfers ln-General Fund-Holy Cross Enhancement Transfers ln-RETT Fund Transfers ln-Road Fund Transfers ln-Excise Tax Fund Transfers ln-Marketing Fund Transfers ln-Group Sales Fund Transfers ln-REOP Fund Transfers ln-Housing Fund Transfers ln-Mountain View Fund EOTC Contributions Grants Total Revenues 2017 Actual s s s s s s s s s ) s s s 892,800 167,500 400,000 100,000 100,000 800,000 1,650,000 2019 Variance 20r9 Budget 2019 Revised 2018 Eudget 2018 Actual 2018 Variance s s s s s s s s s s s s s 596,500 s 596,500.00 s s ) s s s s s s s s s 824,100 533,900 100,000 100,ooo 450,000 50,000 824,100.00 533,900.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 450,000.00 ) s s s 5 s s s 5 s s s 5 3t2,977 992,886 215,000 50,000 200,000 200,ooo 350,000 1,535,585 992,886 t,248,356 50,000 200,000 200,000 350,000 L,222,7-74 1,033,356 s s 5 S s s s s s S s s (50,000.00) s 2.220-797 4.576.927 2.256,130 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 26 of 61 26 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FUND BUDGET SUMMARY EXPENOITUR€S FACILITIES Gen'lGov't-MarketingReconfigurationlmprvments S Gen'l Gov't-Town Hall/Rec Cntr/PW Facility MBCx lmprvn S Transp/Fleet-Town Park Station Concrete Prjct S Transp/Fleet-Parcel C Restroom Rpr & Remodel S Transp/Fleet-Meadow Ranch 8us Stop Pro.iect S Transp/Fleet-Mall - RFTA Depot S Transp/Fleet-Daly Lane Depot Roof S Cultural and Rec-Rec Center Locker Room Expansion S s 72,484 s s 10s,447 ss 131,089 s so,ooo s s s 77.L42 5 t76,L52 ss- s s s s s s s s 2017 Actual 15,484 6,411 5 4s7.78 s s s s 10,881.7s(- s ss 77.L42.22 s 28,s11.75 7t,996._22 705,447.-OO 720,207.25 50,000.00 77,996 50,000 !o5,447 242,OOO 350,000 s 71,995 s 50,000 5 tos,447 s S 242,ooo s 3s0,000 s(_ $ 819,443 Cultural and Rec-Rec Ctr-Pool Rehabrlrtatron Sub-total - Facilitie! s s 21,E9s tAND & TAND IMPROVEMENTS Parks and Trails- Softball Field Redesign and lmprovemen $ Parts and Trails- Fishing Pond-OutletStructure lmproven 5 Parts and Trails - lce Rink Relocation S Parks and Trails - Skate Park Repairs S Parks and Tralls - Hard SurfaceTrail lmprovements S Parks and Trails - Soft Surface Trail lmprovements S Parks and Trails- Twn Prk Station Pond-Outlet Structure l S ParlG and I rarls- lce Rrnk tqurpment sub-total - l-and & Land lmprvr ROADS AND STREETS Streetscape - Median lmprovements S Streetscape - Guardrail Replacement Program S Streetscape - Retaining Wall Replacement Program S Street lmprovements - Bridge Program S Street lmprovements - Brush Creek/Owl Creek Rd lntersc $ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Fairway 3 Eike Path S Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Hard Surface Trails S Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru crk Rd Crossing lmp 5 Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd Pedestrian lmp-Sir S Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Woodbridge Maintenance/Ut S 727,204 Muttr-ModauAtt Mobrtity - Bru Lrk Rd Pedestnan tmp- to S 3j ,293 sub-total - Road & street:5 t64,497 724,553 53,L35.50 77,477.50 s s-ss I 196,3s2 s 244,46s s 78,658.37 s 15s,806.53 5 279,s29 5 279,s29 S s 347,550.25 S 819,443 25,000 3,5.73 rsa,sor 4,274 s s s s s s s s s s s s 5 5 101,000 10,800 4,772 s 34,89s s 2s,o0o s s s 300,000 ) s s s 43,s10 s 2oo,5oo s 317,0ss s 920,960 14,872.87 10,650.00 s s s s 5 737,372.2O s s s s 5 2OO,447.O9 s 298,277.s6 s 636,095.8s 86,727.13 150.00 8,112.00 s 34,89s.00 s 2s,0o0.00 s s s 162,627.8O s S s s 43,s10.00 s s2.e1 s 18,777.44 s 284,863.ls 25,000 158,112 25,000 77,477 158,112 25,000 7L,477 s 34,895 25,000 85,000 40,000 797,6-27 +g,sro 34,895 5 25,000 s 85,000 s 40,ooo s 797,627 5-(-s-s 43,510 s-s s 5 18,777 5 78,777 s 444,809 s 444,809 s s s s s s s s s 30,000 s s s s s s s s s s s 5 5 s s s s s 2018 Budget 2018 Actual 2018 Variance 2079 Budget 2019 Revised 2019 Variance s s s s s s s s s s s s s s 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 27 of 61 27 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FUND BUDGET SUMMARY UTITITIES Snowmelt - MBCX Snowmelt lmplemntation Design S 58,332 Utilities - Upper Town Hall Entry & Lights S Snowmelt - Snowmelt Lot 2 Eoiler Replacement projeci S Snowmelt - Snowmelt Parcel C Boiler Replacement proje( S Utilities - Solar Renewables project Utilities - Micro Hydro Renewables project Snowmelt - snowmett 8v controts proJect s 42,gOO sub-total-utititie! s 101,132 STRATEGIC PTANNING Planning & Consult - Community Plan S 145,879 Plannrng & Consutt - tntryway (phase It) ptanntng prolec S Sub-total - Strategic Plannint S 145,879 STORM WATER & DRAINAGE Storm water and Dratnage - Stormwater Management pl S sub-total - Storm water & Orainat€ S COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOI,OGY Comm & Tech - Parking Lot Licensing System S Comm & Tech - Network Cabling Enhancements 5 Zq,ZZO Comm & Tech - Council Chambers/Mtg Room AV S 44,859 Comm & Tech - Municipal Fiber Network or Wireless Mes SLomm & tech - Eu, Mhz Radto 5ystem S 487,885 Sub-total-Communications&Technol( S SS7,O44 HOUSING Housing Projects Housing Proiects Housrng Prorects - Brush Creek & Palisades Bldg Renovati S 103,841 - Housing Land Opportunities S - Lotfey Prace s 3,541 sub-total-Housin! g tO7,4B2 S L24,571 OTH€R CIP Solid Waste - Solid Waste Management plan S Solid Waste - Town Hall Trash/Recycle Dumpster Shed S snowmaSS louriSm - Product tnhancements Sub-total - Other Ctt Total Expenditures S t24,s73 20ta Budget 2018 variance 2019 Budget 2019 Revised 2019 variance S t,L2t,292 S s09,975.74 S G13,31s.26 5 29,434 S 23,901.49 S s,s32.sl S 3o,ooo S 3o,ooo.oo S s9,434 S 23,901.49 S 3s,s32.s1 s 3s,oo0 s 2,478.7s s 32,527.2s s 3s,000 s 2,478.7s 5 t2,52L.25 5 !4,777.s8 5 228.42ss s 101,828.10 s3,194,s30.90 s 116,s99.68 5!,L94,759.12 s s 20,000.00 s s 36,s00.00 5 23,700.00 S 466,480.00 s 23,700.00 s s22,980.00 s s s s s s s 74,292 25,000 491,000 593,000 204,780.94 301,195.80 5 14,292.oO 5 2s,000.00 s 282,219.06 s 291,804.20 s s s s ss 2s,000 s 1o,ooo s 3s,o00 s s s s s 9,931.08 s 9,931.08 s s s s 2s,000.00 s 68.92 5 2s,068.92 s 1s,000 s s 3,295,3s9 s 3,311,3s9 s 20,000 s 35,s00 S 490,180 s s46,680 s 1,588,201 5 !,929,547 I (2,341,446) s s.s33 s s,s33 s5 3o,ooo s 30,000 s 3s,s33 s 3s,s33 s 5 32,521 S 32,s2r S s 32,s21 s 32,521 s s 2o,o0o s 20.000 s s 35,s00 s 36.soo ss 400,000 s 400,000 s 4s5,s00 s 4s6,5oo s s s 5 5 5 s s s s s s s 5 t4,292 s 7,000 5 L,4s2,942 5 r,462,s27 s 896,886 s 96,000 s 17,17O,723]. (7,17O,723]. 74,292 7,000 282,2t9 29\aO4 896,885 96,000 s s ss 2s,000 S 1o,ooo $ 3s,m0 s)- sS 2s,ooo s 10,000 I 3s,000 s s s s s s C s so,o00 s 3,194,s31 s 3,244,s31 5s s0,0oo s 3,194,s31 5 1,2M,531 s 5 s 1,418,854 s 6,552,352 sr,429,8s4.7L s5,222,497.29 s 6,936,067 9,277,s13 5 |.2,141,M6 NET REV/EXP s 2,691,446 s (3,897,8s2) 51,274,64s.29 55,172,497.29 s (4,61s,270) s (4,70o,s85) s (8s,316) 20L7 Actual 2018 Actual 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 28 of 61 28 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FUND EUDGET SUMMARY 2017 Actual 2018 Budget 2018 Actual 2018 Variance 20L9 Budget 2019 Revised 2019 Variance Beginning Carryover Revenues Expenditures s 7,479,790 s 4,110,300 s 1,418,8s4 s 43,888 54,L77,23s.s3 54,727,347.e3 s 2,7s4,sOO s2,704,s00.00 s (s0,000.00) 5 6,6s2,3s2 5L,429,8s4.7L 5s,222,497.2s s s,44s,881 s s,44s,881 5 s 2,320,797 5 s 6,936,057 s 4,576,927 s 2,256,130 9,277,s73 5 12,34L,446\ :nding Balance 4.L71,.236 s s9.299.A45.22 s 830,611 745,295 (8s,31€ 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 29 of 61 29 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: April 1, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Administrative Item: Request for a Town Council-initiated rezoning of Parcel F, Horse Ranch from PUB Public. PRESENTED BY: Julie Ann Woods, FAICP/MLA, Community Development Director BACKGROUND: Recently, the Town has received numerous letters from primarily owners in Horse Ranch and WildOak Unit 1 (Exhibit A) advocating for Town Council to consider initiating the rezoning of Parcel F Horse Ranch (aka “School Site”). The almost 14 acre parcel is currently zoned PUB-Public. Per the Horse Ranch plat recorded Aug. 27, 1991, the only permitted use by right is Public Facilities to be defined by Special Review Use Approval. The recently adopted Comprehensive Plan indicates the parcel as being designated “Publicly-Owned or Protected Open Space Area” (Exhibit B). For reference, attached as Exhibit C is the current zoning map with adjacent zoning indicated. FINANCIAL IMPACT: By rezoning from PUB to a more restrictive zone district, the Town would further restrict the uses currently permitted on a parcel of existing publicly owned land. The parcel was designated for public facility use by the Horse Ranch subdivision approval process in the early 1990’s. The actual cost of this diminished use has not been determined. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: Not Applicable. COUNCIL OPTIONS: 30 1. Town Council may direct Staff to initiate a Zone Map Amendment. Town Council would direct Staff to present a resolution to initiate the rezoning and map amendment at a subsequent meeting. 2. Town Council may choose to further study the issue. 3. Town Council may choose not to initiate the rezoning and map amendment at this time. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends Town Council provide direction to Staff as to whether they wish to initiate a Zoning Map Amendment at this time. ATTACHMENTS: Exhibit A Letters from neighbors Exhibit B Comprehensive Plan Conservation & Development Map (Inset) Exhibit C Zoning Map 31 From:Timothy Brown To:council Subject:Parcel F Date:Saturday, March 2, 2019 4:55:42 PM Dear Snowmass Council Members, Please register my support for the designation of Parcel F as open space in order to preserve critical wildlife habitat and to maintain the scenic view plane. I thank the Council and concerned residents for their efforts to date to protect this parcel. Sincerely, Timothy and Teresa Brown 328 Oak Ridge Road 303-818-9330 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 32 of 61 32 From:Peter Cavelti To:council Cc:Clint Kinney; John Dresser; Barb Peckler Subject:PARCEL F Date:Monday, March 4, 2019 8:44:02 AM Dear Members of the Town Council, Rezoning Parcel F Much has recently been accomplished in terms of articulating a vision for Snowmass Village’s future and implementing a sustainable development plan. Of equal importance will be the preservation of our town’s natural beauty and wildlife. Our neighbors Greg and Ann Smith and Gracie Oliphant spoke up at a recent council meeting in regard to Parcel F, which is now designated as protected open space. We would like to ask the Council to take the next logical step and initiate a zoning change for the parcel. Parcel F is a vital corridor for wildlife migration, as well as a rich animal and plant habitat. Rezoning will not only protect nature; it also brings tangible benefits to residents and visitors alike. Thank you for considering this next step as a priority. Sincerely, Peter and Caroline Cavelti 58 Oak Ridge Road, Snowmass Village   04-01-19 TC Packet Page 33 of 61 33 From:Barb Peckler To:Rhonda Coxon Subject:FW: Parcel F Date:Monday, March 4, 2019 9:07:22 AM     From: Greg Smith <gcsmith17@yahoo.com>  Sent: Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:32 PM To: council <council@tosv.com> Cc: Clint Kinney <CKinney@tosv.com>; John Dresser <JDresser@tosv.com>; Barb Peckler <BPeckler@tosv.com> Subject: Fwd: Parcel F   Dear Council Members,   Gracie Oliphant is traveling and asked me to forward the following letter to you.   Regards, Greg Smith Sent from my iPad Begin forwarded message: From: Gracie Oliphant <gracieo686@comcast.net> Date: March 2, 2019 at 1:38:55 PM MST To: Greg Smith <gcsmith17@yahoo.com> Subject: Parcel F Dear Council Members,  I would like to reiterate my support and encouragement to take action on the zoning change on Parcel F to be protected as open space !  There are many shared reasons for the community and the Council to implement the plan at your soonest opportunity ! Parcel F is a critical habitat, and I strongly believe for the sake of the many species of wildlife and vegetation that inhabit Parcel F land, it must be zoned open space.  It is a critical ground for elk, fox, bobcat, rodents, raptors, and many species of birds, just to name a few.  A natural spring in the area supports the remarkable diversity of wildlife and native vegetation, and it must not be disturbed.   Protection of ParcelF is essential to maintaining and preserving this invaluable wildlife habitat and open space!  I know and feel deeply that this Parcel of land must be 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 34 of 61 34 preserved in our wonderful community.    Sincerely,    Gracie Oliphant 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 35 of 61 35 From:Barb Peckler To:Rhonda Coxon Subject:FW: PARCEL F Date:Monday, March 4, 2019 9:07:34 AM     From: Peter Cavelti <pcavelti@cavelti.com>  Sent: Monday, March 4, 2019 8:44 AM To: council <council@tosv.com> Cc: Clint Kinney <CKinney@tosv.com>; John Dresser <JDresser@tosv.com>; Barb Peckler <BPeckler@tosv.com> Subject: PARCEL F   Dear Members of the Town Council, Rezoning Parcel F Much has recently been accomplished in terms of articulating a vision for Snowmass Village’s future and implementing a sustainable development plan. Of equal importance will be the preservation of our town’s natural beauty and wildlife. Our neighbors Greg and Ann Smith and Gracie Oliphant spoke up at a recent council meeting in regard to Parcel F, which is now designated as protected open space. We would like to ask the Council to take the next logical step and initiate a zoning change for the parcel. Parcel F is a vital corridor for wildlife migration, as well as a rich animal and plant habitat. Rezoning will not only protect nature; it also brings tangible benefits to residents and visitors alike. Thank you for considering this next step as a priority. Sincerely, Peter and Caroline Cavelti 58 Oak Ridge Road, Snowmass Village     04-01-19 TC Packet Page 36 of 61 36 From:Bob Dockery To:council Cc:PETER CAVELTI Subject:Parcel F Date:Monday, March 4, 2019 9:49:51 AM We support the rezoning of Parcel F. Thank you for considering this request. Sincerely, Susan and Bob Dockery 86 Oak Ridge Rd, Snowmass Village 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 37 of 61 37 From:lisa cohen To:council Cc:Clint Kinney; John Dresser; Barb Peckler Subject:Comprehensive Plan Implementation & Parcel F Date:Monday, March 4, 2019 8:52:51 PM Dear Council Members, We understand that The Council has adopted a Comprehensive Plan here in Snowmass Village, and that as part of that plan, Parcel F is now color coded as protected open space. We are delighted that Council members and fellow neighbors alike have been supportive of the goal of preserving open space and protecting wildlife corridors. We join our neighbors in requesting that the Council take the next step and enact the zoning changes that would concretely designate Parcel F as protected open space. A zoning change is consistent with expressed interests of the entire community, supports an outstanding viewing plane as one enters and travels through Snowmass Village, and preserves a critical part of the habitat on which our many wildlife species rely. There is no better time than the present to act and adopt a zoning change. Please do consider this as you meet on April 1. Yours Truly, Lisa and Bruce Cohen 390 Oak Ridge Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 38 of 61 38 From:Tracie Kugler To:council; John Dresser; Barb Peckler Subject:Parcel F Date:Wednesday, March 6, 2019 8:49:24 PM We are neighbors in Snowmass building a house at 446 Oak Ridge. Prior to this, we had a house in Horse Ranch for 12 years. We just want to let you know that we would really like to see Parcel F be protected as Open Space when you update the Comprehensive Plan. Thank You, Tracie and Larry Kugler 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 39 of 61 39 From:Greg Smith To:council Cc:Clint Kinney; John Dresser; Barb Peckler Subject:Fwd: Parcel F Date:Saturday, March 2, 2019 2:34:10 PM Dear Council Members, Gracie Oliphant is traveling and asked me to forward the following letter to you. Regards, Greg Smith Sent from my iPad Begin forwarded message: From: Gracie Oliphant <gracieo686@comcast.net> Date: March 2, 2019 at 1:38:55 PM MST To: Greg Smith <gcsmith17@yahoo.com> Subject: Parcel F Dear Council Members, I would like to reiterate my support and encouragement to take action on the zoning change on Parcel F to be protected as open space ! There are many shared reasons for the community and the Council to implement the plan at your soonest opportunity ! Parcel F is a critical habitat, and I strongly believe for the sake of the many species of wildlife and vegetation that inhabit Parcel F land, it must be zoned open space. It is a critical ground for elk, fox, bobcat, rodents, raptors, and many species of birds, just to name a few. A natural spring in the area supports the remarkable diversity of wildlife and native vegetation, and it must not be disturbed. Protection of ParcelF is essential to maintaining and preserving this invaluable wildlife habitat and open space! I know and feel deeply that this Parcel of land must be preserved in our wonderful community. Sincerely, Gracie Oliphant 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 40 of 61 40 Map 1B: Conservation & Development Map (Inset) ^ ^ ^West Village/The Mall CPA Town Park/Entryway CPA Faraway Ranch North/Snowmass Center CPA 0 3,000 6,000 9,0001,500 FeetBrush Creek RoadOwl Cr e e k Brush Cre e k Road Road 1 Snowmass Village Numbered Parking Lots Town Hall & Point Site Snowmass Chapel, Anderson Ranch & Snowmass Wildcat Fire Station Little Red Schoolhouse Recreation Center Holy Cross Substation Snowmass Water & Sanitation District Mountain Bell Building Public Works 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 201816 Village Core Areas The Village Core Areas include West Village (including the Snowmass Mall), Base Village and the Snowmass Center. This area includes existing commercial, retail, hotel, and multi-family residential uses, and has the potential for new development and redevelopment. Some of these areas were developed in a conventional, auto-oriented development pattern, while others have a more pedestrian-oriented resort-type development pattern. New development, redevelopment, or the reuse of existing land and buildings should be encouraged in these areas to better meet the local goal of achieving more walkable and bikeable corridors and improved connectivity throughout the Village Core. Additional growth and development within Snowmass Village is most desirable within this area due to the presence of existing infrastructure and proximity of transit services. The plan envisions that most residential and commercial development over the next decades will occur in this area. Community Facility / Institutional Areas There are several locations within the Town that are considered community facilities. These include properties not only owned by the Town, but also other special districts, utilities, religious entities and non-profit organizations. These areas are suitable for some new and supplemental development that enhances these properties, which may or may not be under Town control or regulation, but should allow for the needed flexibility to achieve their intended use. 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 41 of 61 41 Source: Esri, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroGRID, IGN, and the GIS User Community March 27, 2019Zoning Districts SF-6 SF-15 SF-30 SF-150 EST MF MF PUD DU MU MU-1 MU-2 MU PUD PUD CC CC PUD CON OS REC PUB SPA-1 SPA-2 Red: Band_1 Green: Band_2 Blue: Band_3 Parcel F Zoning 0 0.3 0.60.15 Miles ± The data on this map are provided 'as is' without warranty of accuracy, timeliness or completeness. T he burden for determining appropriateness foruse rests solely on the user. Town of Snowmass Village makes no warranties of merchantability or fitness. The data are in a constant state ofmaintenance, correction and revision. The maps and associated data do not represent a survey. No liability is assumed for this data.04-01-19 TC Packet Page 42 of 61 42 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: April 1, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Review of Conceptual Thoughts on Mall Transit Station PRESENTED BY: David Peckler, Transportation Director; Jeff Pedersen, Principle In Charge – S.E.H.; Alex Jauch, Architectural Designer – S.E.H.; Jason Jaynes, Project Manager - DHM Design BACKGROUND: Staff was directed to begin developing a conceptual design for the Mall Transit Station. The goal is to develop a project concept that can be funded predominately by the funds available to the Town from the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) and the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA). Staff has been working with S.E.H. and DHM Design on concepts for a transit station layout. The major priorities are: to put the transit passengers at the same grade as the Mall; accommodate the basic needs of both RFTA and the Village Shuttle, not to reduce the current parking inventory, and improve the pedestrian access to the Mall. The consultants will be presenting three conceptual layouts for the transit station for your review and discussion. We will also set up an open house for the public on April 10, 2019 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Town Hall in the Council Chambers and will present the concepts to Mall merchants and adjacent properties to gather public input. FINANCIAL IMPACT: $50,000 was appropriated by the EOTC for the study of a transit station design at the Mall. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 43 of 61 43 Improving the facilities that support transit services within Snowmass Village and connecting it to the entire region are consistent with the goals of the Aspiration Statement to be a leading and sustainable resort community. COUNCIL OPTIONS: This is a presentation on three possible designs for the Mall Transit Station for your review. No formal action is requested at this time. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Like many things in life, there are tradeoffs in all three designs. We are looking for the best design that serves the needs of the community year-round and improves the convenience of using transit while bolstering its efficiency. ATTACHMENTS: Item 6B 2 TOSV Mall Transit Station – Feasibility Study_Town Council Presentation 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 44 of 61 44 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 32 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility StudyTOWN COUNCIL PRESENTATION 04/01/2019 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSIT STATION FEASIBILITY STUDY Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 04-01-19 TC Packet Page 45 of 61 45 EXISTING TRANSIT STATION Bus Operations • SINGLE BUS PLATFORM • TOSV SHUTTLE LOADING/UNLOADING LOCATED ON DALY LANE • (2) RFTA BUS LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) RFTA BUS STAGING | CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | BRU S H C R E E K R D | DALY LANE | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | 54 EXISTING PARKING TO RELOCATED Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 21 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 46 of 61 46 OPTION 1 UPPER LEVEL Bus Operations • SINGLE BUS PLATFORM • (5) TOSV SHUTTLE LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) TOSV SHUTTLE STAGING • (3) RFTA BUS LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) RFTA BUS STAGING Transit Station • 2,600 SF COMBINED TRANSIT STATION • DRIVER LOUNGE • RFTA DISPATCH • SKIER SERVICES • PUBLIC RESTROOMS Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • DIRECT UPPER/LOWER MALL ACCESS | ELEVATOR & STAIR | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | TRANSIT STATION | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | BRU S H C R E E K R D | DALY LANERFTA BUS TOSV BUS Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 43 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 47 of 61 47 OPTION 1 LOWER LEVEL Parking & Deliveries • (1) PARKING ENTRY/EXIT • (57) PARKING SPACES • (3) ADA SPACES • (1) VAN ADA SPACE • (3) KISS-N-RIDE DROP-OFF/PICK-UP • (2) DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • TRANSIT STATION MECH/ELEC SERVICES • ADDITIONAL STORAGE SPACE | ELEVATOR & STAIR | MECH/ELEC | KISS-N-RIDE | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | DALY LANEMall Transit Station Redevelopment 65 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 48 of 61 48 OPTION 1 DIAGRAMS Pedestrian Circulation Gathering Spaces PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION GATHERING PEDESTRIAN DESIRE ROUTES PRIMARY CIRCULATION ROUTES SECONDARY CIRCULATION ROUTES ACTIVE GATHERING ZONES • QUEUING • WAYFINDING • TICKET PURCHASING PASSIVE GATHERING ZONES • RESTING • SITTING • WAITING WAYFINDING NODE/HUB Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 87 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 49 of 61 49 PLANTING CANOPY PLANTING AREAS ARCHITECTURAL CANOPY TREE CANOPY OPTION 1 DIAGRAMS Plantings Canopies Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 109 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 50 of 61 50 OPTION 2 UPPER LEVEL Bus Operations • THREE BUS PLATFORMS • (6) TOSV SHUTTLE LOADING/UNLOADING • (4) RFTA BUS LOADING/UNLOADING Transit Station • 2,600 SF COMBINED TRANSIT STATION • DRIVER LOUNGE • RFTA DISPATCH • SKIER SERVICES • PUBLIC RESTROOMS Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • DIRECT UPPER/LOWER MALL ACCESS | ELEVATOR | STAIR | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | TRANSIT STATION | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | BRU S H C R E E K R D RFTA BUSTOSV BUS | DALY LANEMall Transit Station Redevelopment 1211 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 51 of 61 51 OPTION 2 LOWER LEVEL Parking & Deliveries • (2) PARKING ENTRY/EXITS • (56) PARKING SPACES • (3) ADA SPACES • (1) VAN ADA SPACE • (2) DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • TRANSIT STATION MECH/ELEC SERVICES • ADDITIONAL STORAGE SPACE | MECH/ELEC | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | ELEVATOR | STAIR | DALY LANEMall Transit Station Redevelopment 1413 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 52 of 61 52 PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION GATHERING WAYFINDING NODE/HUB PEDESTRIAN DESIRE ROUTES PRIMARY CIRCULATION ROUTES SECONDARY CIRCULATION ROUTES ACTIVE GATHERING ZONES • QUEUING • WAYFINDING • TICKET PURCHASING PASSIVE GATHERING ZONES • RESTING • SITTING • WAITING OPTION 2 DIAGRAMS Pedestrian Circulation Gathering Spaces Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1615 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 53 of 61 53 PLANTING CANOPY PLANTING AREAS ARCHITECTURAL CANOPY TREE CANOPY OPTION 2 DIAGRAMS Plantings Canopies Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1817 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 54 of 61 54 OPTION 3 UPPER LEVEL Bus Operations • PERIMETER PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION • (5) TOSV SHUTTLE LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) TOSV SHUTTLE STAGING • (3) RFTA BUS LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) RFTA BUS STAGING Transit Station • 1,800 SF TRANSIT STATION • SKIER SERVICES • PUBLIC RESTROOMS • 800 SF RFTA/TOSV • DRIVER LOUNGE • RFTA DISPATCH Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • DIRECT UPPER/LOWER MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | BRU S H C R E E K R D RFTA BUS TOSV BUS | TRANSIT STATION | RFTA/TOSV | DALY LANE | ELEVATOR & STAIR Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 55 of 61 55 OPTION 3 LOWER LEVEL Parking & Deliveries • (2) PARKING ENTRY/EXITS • (56) PARKING SPACES • (3) ADA SPACES • (1) VAN ADA SPACE • (4) DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • ADDITIONAL STORAGE SPACE | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | DALY LANE | ELEVATOR & STAIR | STORAGE Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2221 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 56 of 61 56 PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION GATHERING PEDESTRIAN DESIRE ROUTES PRIMARY CIRCULATION ROUTES SECONDARY CIRCULATION ROUTES ACTIVE GATHERING ZONES • QUEUING • WAYFINDING • TICKET PURCHASING PASSIVE GATHERING ZONES • RESTING • SITTING • WAITING WAYFINDING NODE/HUB OPTION 3 DIAGRAMS Pedestrian Circulation Gathering Spaces Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2423 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 57 of 61 57 PLANTING CANOPY PLANTING AREAS ARCHITECTURAL CANOPY TREE CANOPY OPTION 3 DIAGRAMS Plantings Canopies Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2625 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 58 of 61 58 OPTION 1 CARRIAGE WAY PERSPECTIVE Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2827 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 59 of 61 59 OPTION 1 DALY LANE PERSPECTIVE Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 3029 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 60 of 61 60 OPTION 1 TRANSIT STATION PERSPECTIVE Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 3231 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study04-01-19 TC Packet Page 61 of 61 61