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08-19-19 Town Council PacketTown Council Monday, August 19, 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 4 4.B.RESOLUTION NO. 35, SERIES OF 2019 - A RESOLUTION APPOINTING NEW BOARD MEMBERS TO THE PARKS OPEN SPACE AND TRAILS 1 Town Council Page - 2 BOARD AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY BOARD Agenda Summary Reso 35 Page 7 Reso 35 Page 8 Applications Page 9 5.PUBLIC HEARINGS - QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS - Public Hearings are the formal opportunity for the Town Council to LISTEN to the public regarding the issue at hand. For land use hearings the Council is required to act in a quasi-judicial capacity. When acting as a quasi-judicial body, the Council is acting in much the same capacity as a judge would act in a court of law. Under these circumstances, the judicial or quasi-judicial must limit its consideration to matters which are placed into evidence and are part of the public record. The Council must base their decision on the law and the evidence presented at the hearing. 5.A.PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF 2019 - ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF 2019 AN ORDINANCE REGARDING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE TOWN’S OFFICIAL ZONE DISTRICT MAP INVOLVING TOWN HOUSING DEPARTMENT-INITIATED RE-ZONINGS FROM ‘RECREATION (REC)’ TO ‘MULTI-FAMILY (MF)’ AFFECTING LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY MASTER SUBDIVISION PLAT AND FROM ‘SF-150’ TO ‘MF’ AND CONSERVATION (‘CON’) AFFECTING LOTS 2-S AND 2-M OF THE SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION; AND THE NEW COFFEY PLACE HOUSING SUBDIVISION PLAT INVOLVING PARTIAL AMENDMENTS TO OPEN SPACE ‘A’ OF THE RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION, LOTS 2-S AND 2-M OF THE SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION AS AMENDED IN 2013, AND LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY MASTER SUBDIVISION PLAT, INCLUDING, A) DEVELOPMENT IN WILDLIFE SENSITIVE WINTER RANGE AREAS, B) DEVELOPMENT ENCROACHMENTS AND OTHER CODE-EXCEPTION ITEMS WITHIN THE BRUSH CREEK IMPACT AREA, THE ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY AREA, AND THE TOWN REQUIRED 25-FOOT WETLAND SETBACK AREA, AND C) DEVELOPMENT IN AREAS CONTAINING GREATER THAN THIRTY PERCENT (30%) SLOPES. Agenda Summary Coffey Place Page 13 Attachment 1 Public Hearing Page 16 Ordinance 10- Coffey Place Page 18 Attachment 2b Exhibits A-S Ord 10 Page 35 Attachment 3 Public Comments Page 83 6.ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 6.A.COFFEY PLACE OWNERS UPDATE 2 Town Council Page - 3 Agenda Summary Owners Update Coffee Place Page 114 6.B.Mall Transit Center Update Agenda Summary Mall Transit Update Page 121 Mall Transit Feasibility Study Page 123 7.TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS - Reports and Updates 7.A.ICE CUBE ART PROJECT FUNDING DISCUSSION Agenda Summary Ice Cube Funding Discussion Page 145 7.B.INCLUDING SNOWMASS VILLAGE IN PITKIN COUNTY BALLOT LANGUAGE FOR COLLECTING TOBACCO TAX Agenda Summary Tobacco Tax Page 146 Attachment A BOH Tobacco Pricing Page 148 Attachment B HB-1033 Authority Page 159 Attachment C BoCC Packet and Ballot Language Page 167 8.EXECUTIVE SESSION 8.A.Executive Session Agenda Summary Executive Session Page 173 9.ADJOURNMENT 3 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. Aug 19th - Regular Meeting • Exec session personnel review • Public Hearing and 2nd Reading Ord 10 Coffey Place Housing Proposal • Cigarette Tax • Coffey Place Owner Update • Mall Transit Center Update • Art Project Funding Discussion • Reso Appointing 2 new board members Tue. Sep. 3rd - Regular Meeting (Monday is Labor Day) • 2019 Community Survey Report of Results • Review Proposed Housing Regulations Modifications?? • Sorenson Art on Wood Road Bridge Discussion Mon. Sep. 9th - Work Session (Sirkus Out) • Joint Meeting with POSTR Board • Joint Meeting with PTRAB • Compensation Analysis Review Thurs. Sep 12 4:00 CML Outreach • 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 Town Council Chambers • 5:30 p.m. -6:30 p.m. Social Hour Limelight • 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. dinner Limelight Mon. Sep. 16th - Regular Meeting Thur. Sep. 19 – Joint Meeting w/BOCC • 5:00 p.m. Snowmass Club Mon. Oct. 7th - Regular Meeting • 2020 Budget Introduction Mon. Oct. 14th - Work Session • Joint Meeting with Citizen Grant Review Board • Continued budget review Thurs. Oct. 17th - EOTC Meeting -Aspen to Chair 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 4 of 174 4 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items Mon. Oct. 21st - Regular Meeting • Continued budget review Tourism Department Presentation Mon. Nov. 4th – Regular GID Meeting • GID revised Budget 2019 • GID Budget 2020 Mon. Nov. 4th - Regular Meeting • PH and Reso Adopting 2020 Budget • Public Hearing – Road Mill Levy Mon. Nov. 11th -Work Session • GID Budget approval Mon. Nov. 18th - Regular Meeting Mon. Dec. 2nd - Regular Meeting Mon. Dec. 9th – Regular GID Meeting • GID – Reso Setting Mill Levy Mon. Dec. 9th - Special Meeting • TC – Reso Setting Mill Levy Mon. Dec. 16th - Regular Meeting 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 5 of 174 5 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items Topics for Work Sessions or Other Meetings Requested by Town Council Members • Senior Housing Discussion • Broad discussion regarding dogs on trails and leash law enforcement • Discussion regarding putting a tobacco tax on November ballot • Discussion to consider a ban on the sale of flavored tobacco • Review the outdoor smoking ordinance to consider modifications • 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 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 6 of 174 6 1 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary Date of Meeting: August 19, 2019 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 35, SERIES OF 2019- A RESOLUTION APPOINTING NEW MEMBERS TO THE PARKS, OPEN SPACE, TRAILS AND RECREATION BOARD AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY BOARD Presented By: Rhonda B Coxon, Town Clerk Background: Section 8.3 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of all boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council. The vacancies have been publicly posted and published. Due to some resignations and vacancies on these two board the following people have applied to fill the open positions. Environmental Advisory Board Phi Filerman Specialty position from CORE Parks, Open Space, Trails and Recreation Board Larry Dempsey Financial Impact: N/A Council Options: 1. Approve 2. Modify 3. Deny Staff Recommendation: Approval ATTACHMENTS: Resolution No. 35, Series of 2019 Applications 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 7 of 174 7 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1 TOWN COUNCIL 2 3 RESOLUTION NO. 35 4 SERIES OF 2019 5 6 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE PARKS, OPEN SPACE, 7 TRAIL AND RECREATION BOARD AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY 8 BOARD. 9 10 WHEREAS, Section 8.3 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of 11 all boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council; and 12 13 WHEREAS, resignations have been submitted for these two boards; and 14 15 WHEREAS, vacancies have been publicly posted and published in 16 accordance with the terms and conditions of the Home Rule Charter; and 17 18 WHEREAS, the following citizens have submitted applications expressing 19 a desire to be appointed; and 20 . 21 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of 22 Snowmass Village, Colorado: 23 24 That the following citizens are hereby appointed to serve as follows: 25 26 Section One: Appointments and Terms 27 28 Environmental Advisory Board 29 Phil Fileman, Speciality CORE 3yr-term expires 12/22 30 31 Parks, Open Space, Trails and Recreation Board 32 Larry Dempsey 3yr-term expires 12/22 33 34 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, the Town Council of the Town of 35 Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 19th day of August 2019 with a motion 36 made by Council Member _____ and seconded by Council Member _____ and 37 by a vote of __ in favor to __ opposed. 38 39 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 40 41 42 ____________________________ 43 MARKEY BUTLER, Mayor 44 45 ATTEST: 46 47 ___________________________ 48 RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk 49 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 8 of 174 8 Apply for a Board or Commission Thank you for your interest in one of our Boards or Commissions! Please select which board you are applying for and complete the form below. Please select the Board or Commission you are Applying For:* Please select the seat you wish to fill on the EAB:* Full Name * Phone Number Secondary Phone Number Email * Confirm Email * Address Is your Mailing Address different than the Address Above?* Are you a permanent resident? Are you registered to vote in Snowmass Village? Board of Appeals & Examiners Citizens Grant Review Board Environmental Advisory Board Financial Advisory Board Marketing, Group Sales, & Special Events Board Parks, Open Space, Trails, & Recreation (POSTR) Board Part-Time Residents Advisory Board Planning Commission Snowmass Arts Advisory Board At Large Specialty Phi Filerman 970-429-4306 ext, 502 720-300-0099 Phi@aspencore.org Phi@aspencore.org City Carbondale State / Province / Region CO Postal / Zip Code 81623 Country USA Street Address 520 Third St Address Line 2 Yes No Yes No 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 9 of 174 9 Please list your experience and/or education that qualifies your for this position.* Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?* Signature * Date Yes No MBA/ENVS with focus on sustainability of mountain communities 15 + years in green building, energy efficiency and sustainable development. CORE's Community Sustainability Manager . I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties, and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing, and able to take an oath as well as accept the responsibilities and duties. 8/12/2019 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 10 of 174 10 Apply for a Board or Commission Thank you for your interest in one of our Boards or Commissions! Please select which board you are applying for and complete the form below. Please select the Board or Commission you are Applying For:* Full Name * Phone Number Secondary Phone Number Email * Confirm Email * Address Is your Mailing Address different than the Address Above?* Mailing Address Are you a permanent resident? Board of Appeals & Examiners Citizens Grant Review Board Environmental Advisory Board Financial Advisory Board Marketing, Group Sales, & Special Events Board Parks, Open Space, Trails, & Recreation (POSTR) Board Part-Time Residents Advisory Board Planning Commission Snowmass Arts Advisory Board Larry Dempsey 970-948-8979 n/a thedemps2003@hotmail.com thedemps2003@hotmail.com City Snowmass Village State / Province / Region Colorado Postal / Zip Code 81615 Country United States Street Address 1224 Hawk Ridge Lane Address Line 2 Yes No City Snowmass Village State / Province / Region Colorado Postal / Zip Code 81615 Country United States Street Address POB 5171 Address Line 2 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 11 of 174 11 Are you registered to vote in Snowmass Village? Please list your experience and/or education that qualifies your for this position.* Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?* Signature * Date Yes No Yes No Undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering, graduate degree in Business Administration, 22 years on the board of Snowmass Resort Association (SRA), 4 years as president of SRA, 25 years as General Manager of Crestwood, appointed to committee to review and revise Snowmass/ Wildcat fire code, appointed by Snowmass Town Council to sit on committee to review employee housing rules and regulations. Resident of Snowmass since 1972. Now retired. I have the time and interest in this committee's work I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties, and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing, and able to take an oath as well as accept the responsibilities and duties. 8/6/2019 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 12 of 174 12 Page 1 of 3 Town of Snowmass Village Town Council August 19, 2019 Agenda Item: Public Hearing and Second Reading of Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019, regarding proposed Re-zonings from ‘Recreation (REC)’ to ‘Multi-Family (MF)’ affecting Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat and from ‘SF-150’ to ‘MF’ and Conservation (‘CON’) affecting Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision; and the New Coffey Place Housing Subdivision Plat involving partial amendments to platted versus zoned Open Space ‘A’ of the Rodeo Place Subdivision, Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision, and Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat including, a) development within or next to the Elk and Mule Deer sensitive winter range areas, b) development encroachments and other code-exception items within the Brush Creek Impact Area, the Environmental Sensitivity Area, and the Town required 25-foot wetland setback area, and c) development in areas containing greater than thirty percent (30%) slopes. Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner AICP/MPCD Approvals Requested: Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019, for the Re-zonings of the properties in question described above and the new Coffey Place Subdivision Plat for 17 single-family and duplex lots. Reference Attachment 2 of this cover memorandum. Applicant and Representative: Betsy Crum, Director of the Town of Snowmass Village Housing Department; and Chad Molliconi, Senior Project Architect, Charles Cunniffe Architects Background: The applicant submitted the Coffey Place Housing re-zonings and subdivision plat applications on April 14, 2019, as updated May 24, 2019 following completion reviews. The application materials may be found on the Town’s web page at: https://docs.tosv.com/WebLink/Browse.aspx?id=132281&dbid=0&repo=TOSV The signed Planning Commission Resolution No. 4, Series of 2019, was presented to the Town Council during the first reading of the Ordinance on August 5, 2019. Planning Commission’s recommended conditions were incorporated into the ordinance. 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 13 of 174 13 Page 2 of 3 Municipal Code provisions: Section 16A-5-220, ‘Amendments to the Official Zone District Map,’ of the municipal code applies to the proposed re-zonings to ‘MF’ and ‘CON.’ Section 16A-5-400-450 for Amendments to a Final Plat and the required process for a major subdivision plat apply pursuant to the municipal code. The review standards for a subdivision plat, including amendments to three final plats, require compliance with the Development Evaluation Standards in Article IV, which include addressing impacts to the Environmental Sensitivity Map Area, the Brush Creek Impact Area, sensitive wildlife areas, the provisions and exceptions for encroachments into the Town’s required 25-foot wetland setback, and geological hazards and steep slope areas. Other review standards in Article IV pertain to trails, floodplains, fire protection, “off-street” parking standards, building design guidelines and landscaping design. Town Council Options: Since Town Council acted upon the first reading of the ordinance on August 5, 2019, the Town Council may consider and act upon second reading of the attached Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019, after a public hearing has been conducted. Reference the publication notice for the public hearing in Attachment 1. Additional public comments have been received and those are referenced in Attachment 3 with the previous public comments provided at the August 5, 2019 meeting. Town Council may approve, approve with conditions or deny the applications via the prepared ordinance, which may be modified at the meeting. Staff Recommendation: Following the discussion at the first reading of the Ordinance on August 5, 2019, staff recommends that a condition be added that a condominium map be prepared, reviewed and completed prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for the duplex units. The new Condition No. 6 was added on page 15 of the ordinance. Otherwise, it is the recommendation of Town staff that the Town Council hear and consider the public comments during the public hearing and then act upon and approve the second reading of Ordinance 10 as written. ATTACHMENTS: Attachment 1: Public Hearing Notice published in the Snowmass Sun on July 17, 2019. Attachment 2: Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019, with its reference exhibits including: Exhibit A: Vicinity Map Exhibit B: Legal Descriptions of Affected Existing Platted Fathering Lots Exhibit C: Zoning Maps showing existing and proposed zone districts Exhibit D: Zoning and Dimensional Limitations (outside of ‘MF’ code standards) 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 14 of 174 14 Page 3 of 3 Exhibit E: Architectural Site Plan Exhibit F: Parking Plan updated July 9, 2019 Exhibit G: Planting / Landscaping Plan Exhibit H: Trail Connection Diagram Exhibit I: Subdivision Plat, updated July 29, 2019 Exhibit J: Engineering / Civil drawing excerpts (grading & paving plans) Exhibit K: Improvements Survey and slope analysis from application Exhibit L: Site and slope stability analysis from Kumar and Associates, Inc. dated March 13, 2019, KL&A Engineers & Builders dated March 14, 2019, and R.A. Nelson dated May 22, 2019. Exhibit M: Environmental review comments dated June 17, 2019 from Dunlop Environmental Consultants, Inc. Exhibit N: Roaring Fork Fire Rescue review comments dated June 24, 2019 Exhibit O: Transportation review comments dated June 25, 2019 Exhibit P: Public Works Department review comments dated June 25, 2019 Exhibit Q: Colorado Parks and Wildlife review comments dated June 26, 2019 Exhibit R: Police, Animal Services comments dated June 26, 2019 Exhibit S: Snowmass Water and Sanitation District’s review comments and Will-Serve letter with conditions dated July 1, 2019 Attachment 3: Public comments received. 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 15 of 174 15 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: August 19, 2019 TIME: During a regular meeting that begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers Town Hall, 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: For the Town Council to consider the Coffey Place Housing applications for proposed Amendments to the Official Zone District Map involving Re-zonings from ‘Recreation (REC)’ to ‘Multi-Family (MF)’ affecting Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat and from ‘SF-150’ to ‘MF’ and Conservation (‘CON’) affecting Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision; and the New Coffey Place Housing Subdivision Plat involving partial amendments to Open Space ‘A’ of the Rodeo Place Subdivision, Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision, and Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat. CODE: The application will be processed pursuant to Section 16A-5-220, ‘Amendment to Official Zone District Map,’ and Section 16A-5-400-440, Subdivision Regulations,’ and Section 16A-5-450, ‘Amendments to a Final Plat’ and the required process for a major subdivision plat that apply pursuant to the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. INFO: Together with the proposed re-zonings, the applications also propose 14 residential subdivided lots for 17 affordable dwelling units, three of which that include single-family attached duplex units on proposed Lots CP 1 – 3 amending portions of Open Space A of the Rodeo Place Subdivision. Also included are proposed Lots CP 4 – 8 for single-family detached homes amending a portion of Lot 5 of the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat. Lastly, proposed Lots CP 9 – 14 for new single-family detached units would amend Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision. Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Community Development Department, by telephone at (970) 923-5524 during normal business hours, or via the Town’s web page at: https://docs.tosv.com/WebLink/Browse.aspx?id=132281&dbid=0&repo=TOSV Written comments are encouraged and will be accepted until the close of the public hearing. For inclusion of written comments in the staff report, submissions must be received a minimum of 10 days prior to the public hearing to the following address: Snowmass Village Community Development Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attention: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Email: jimwahlstrom@tosv.com ATTACHMENT 1 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 16 of 174 16 Additional public hearings may be held for which only this published notice may occur. Telephone: (970) 923-3777 Internet Access to Council email: http://www.tosv.com Citizen Feedback Hotline: (970) 922-6727 or clerk@tosv.com Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on July 17, 2019. 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 17 of 174 17 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1 TOWN COUNCIL 2 3 ORDINANCE NO. 10, 4 SERIES OF 2019 5 6 AN ORDINANCE REGARDING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE TOWN’S 7 OFFICIAL ZONE DISTRICT MAP INVOLVING TOWN HOUSING 8 DEPARTMENT-INITIATED RE-ZONINGS FROM ‘RECREATION (REC)’ TO 9 ‘MULTI-FAMILY (MF)’ AFFECTING LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY MASTER 10 SUBDIVISION PLAT AND FROM ‘SF-150’ TO ‘MF’ AND CONSERVATION 11 (‘CON’) AFFECTING LOTS 2-S AND 2 -M OF THE SEVEN STAR 12 SUBDIVISION; AND THE NEW COFFEY PLACE HOUSING SUBDIVISION 13 PLAT INVOLVING PARTIAL AMENDMENTS TO OPEN SPACE ‘A’ OF THE 14 RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION, LOTS 2-S AND 2-M OF THE SEVEN STAR 15 SUBDIVISION AS AMENDED IN 2013, AND LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY 16 MASTER SUBDIVISION PLAT, INCLUDING, A) DEVELOPMENT WITHIN OR 17 NEXT TO THE ELK AND MULE DEER SENSITIVE WINTER RANGE AREAS, B) 18 DEVELOPMENT ENCROACHMENTS AND OTHER CODE-EXCEPTION ITEMS 19 WITHIN THE BRUSH CREEK IMPACT AREA, THE ENVIRONMENTAL 20 SENSITIVITY AREA, AND THE TOWN REQUIRED 25-FOOT WETLAND 21 SETBACK AREA, AND C) DEVELOPMENT IN AREAS CONTAINING 22 GREATER THAN THIRTY PERCENT (30%) SLOPES. 23 24 WHEREAS, Town Council Resolution No. 28, Series of 2006 (“Resolution 25 28”), granted approval for the Entryway Master Subdivision Plat thereby 26 authorizing the platting of six (6) lots and one (1) tract (Tract ‘A’) of land, which 27 was a re-subdivision of the Stables Facility Parcel granted as a subdivision 28 exemption by Town Council pursuant to Resolution No. 43, Series of 1985; and 29 30 WHEREAS, Town Council Ordinance No. 4, Series of 2006 (“Ordinance 4”) 31 granted approval to rezone Tract A of the Entryway Master Plan from Mixed-Use 32 PUD (MU/PUD) to Multi-Family Residential (MF), which was planned for the 33 Rodeo Place Subdivision under study and consideration at that time; and 34 35 WHEREAS, Town Council Resolution No. 39, Series of 2006, granted 36 approval of the Rodeo Place Subdivision, including the platting of common ‘Open 37 Space A’ which remained zoned ‘MF’ by Ordinance No. 4, Series of 2006; and 38 39 WHEREAS, following the a) annexation and zoning of the adjacent Seven 40 Star property by Ordinance No. 7, Series of 2006, b) the Seven Star zoning and 41 subdivision plat by Ordinance No. 8, Series of 2006, and c) the subdivision and 42 special review for two lots and a right-of-way parcel by Town Council Resolution 43 No. 33, Series of 2006, the Seven Star Subdivision was again amended by Town 44 Council Resolution No. 20, Series of 2013, to split Lot 2 into Lots 2-S and 2-M; and 45 46 ATTACHMENT 2 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 18 of 174 18 19-10 TC Ord Page 2 of 17 WHEREAS, the Housing Department of the Town of Snowmass Village 47 (“Applicant and Owner”) submitted on April 14, 2019 the Coffey Place Housing re-48 zonings and subdivision plat applications. Following a couple completion reviews, 49 the applicant resubmitted the application on May 24, 2019. The applications were 50 referred for evaluation review by May 28, 2019 with review comments requested 51 due on June 24, 2019; and 52 53 WHEREAS, the Town’s Planning Commission reviewed the application, 54 considered the staff report and recommendations, the applicant’s presentation, 55 and public comments on July 10, 2019 and acted upon Resolution No. 4, Series of 56 2019, that provided recommendations to the Town Council; and 57 58 WHEREAS, the Town Council was scheduled to review and consider the 59 application and act on this ordinance at first reading on August 5, 2019 and 60 conduct a public hearing and second reading of this ordinance on August 19, 61 2019; and 62 63 WHEREAS, a publication notice of the public hearing was printed in the 64 Snowmass Sun on July 17, 2019 and the applicant submitted the signed affidavits 65 regarding the mailing and posting of the hearing notices for the Town Council 66 meeting scheduled on August 19, 2019; and 67 68 WHEREAS, the Coffey Place Housing Subdivision proposes new Lots CP 1 69 through 3 for duplexes upon a portion of previously platted Open Space A of the 70 Rodeo Place Subdivision. The accompanying Rodeo Place Subdivision plat 71 designated the common ‘Open Space A’ area which remained zoned ‘MF,’ and the 72 area was not zoned ‘Open Space.’ Proposed Lots CP 4 through 7 for single-family 73 detached homes are proposed on a portion of previously platted Lot 5 of the 74 Entryway Master Subdivision Plat. Proposed Lots CP 9 through 14 for single-75 family detached homes are proposed on portions of Lots 2-S and 2-M of the 76 Seven Star Subdivision (reference attached Exhibits A through J); and 77 78 WHEREAS, according to the adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan, the 79 northern portion of the proposed site, in particular proposed Lots CP 9 through 80 14, would be located next to an Elk Winter Range Sensitivity Area but not within 81 the Elk Severe W inter Range Area, an Elk Migration Area (one-third mile away) 82 or an Elk Concentration Area (within one-quarter mile away); and 83 84 WHEREAS, according to the adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan, most of 85 the proposed site, in particular proposed Lots CP 4 through 14, would be located 86 within the Mule Deer Winter Range Sensitivity Areas but not within the Mule Deer 87 Severe W inter Range Area or the nearby Mule Deer Migration Areas (one-third 88 mile away); and 89 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 19 of 174 19 19-10 TC Ord Page 3 of 17 90 WHEREAS, according to the adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan, most of 91 the proposed site, in particular proposed Lots CP 4 through 14, would be located 92 within the Brush Creek Impact and the Environmental Sensitivity Areas as well 93 as in a location that was previously impacted by and currently designated for 94 agricultural uses; and 95 96 WHEREAS, the municipal code states that, “Development shall be set 97 back a minimum of 25-feet, measured horizontally from the outer edge of any 98 riparian or wetland areas that are subject to the provisions of Section 16A-4-30, 99 ‘Brush Creek Impact Area.’” Also per the ‘Definitions’ code it states, 100 “Development means any of the following activities pursuant to this Land Use 101 and Development Code: (a) the subdivision of a parcel of land into two (2) or 102 more parcels, divisions or ownerships; (b) the construction, reconstruction, 103 conversion, expansion or structural alteration, relocation or enlargement of any 104 buildings, structures or accessory structure; (c) any use, change in use or 105 change in intensity of use of any buildings, land or water; or (d) any clearing, 106 grading, filling, excavating or other movement of land;.” and 107 108 WHEREAS, the application proposes encroachments of utilities, roads, 109 drainage, trails, easements, proposed subdivided single-family detached lots, 110 possible foundation work, private driveways, a shared/guest parking area and an 111 above ground lift station within the Town’s required 25-foot wetland setback area, 112 of which, a) certain exceptions are allowed by the code and b) other development 113 requires a super-majority vote of the Town Council pursuant to Section 16A-4-114 30(e) of the Municipal Code; and 115 116 WHEREAS, a review of the existing topographic information in the 117 improvement survey for the Coffey Place Housing application indicates that 118 portions of the proposed lots are located within areas having slopes greater than 119 thirty percent (30%); and 120 121 WHEREAS, Section 16A-4-50(d)(4) of the current Municipal Code enables 122 the Town Council to authorize development on slopes greater than thirty percent 123 (30%) in circumstances such as those presented by the topographic information and 124 proposed subdivision layout if at least three-quarters (¾) of the members of Town 125 Council present and voting approve an ordinance finding that: a) the development is 126 unable to avoid the steep slopes, and the reasons therefore; and b) on the basis of 127 competent engineering or geologic reports and data and testimony received, the 128 design and/or construction techniques that will be incorporated within the 129 development will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential harm to the public 130 health, safety or welfare; and 131 132 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 20 of 174 20 19-10 TC Ord Page 4 of 17 WHEREAS, there has been consideration of the Applicant’s written 133 responses to Section 16A-4-50(a) and Section 16A-4-50(b) regarding developing 134 on slopes greater than 30 percent (per attached improvement survey in Exhibit K) 135 and the site/slope stability analysis from Kumar and Associates, Inc. dated March 136 13, 2019, KL&A Engineers & Builders dated March 14, 2019, and R.A. Nelson 137 dated May 22, 2019 (attached Exhibit L) plus the recommended conditions from 138 the Town Planning Staff; and 139 140 WHEREAS, the proposed re-zonings and the subdivision plat were 141 processed pursuant to Section 16A-5-220, ‘Amendments to Official Zone District 142 Map,’ Section 16A-5-400-440, ‘Subdivision Regulations,’ and Section 16A-5-450, 143 ‘Amendment of final plat.’ 144 145 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town 146 of Snowmass Village, as follows: 147 148 Section One. Findings. The Town Council finds as follows: 149 150 A. PROPOSED RE-ZONINGS TO ‘MF’ AND ‘CON’: 151 152 1. Consistent with Comprehensive Plan. The proposed amendments 153 are sufficiently consistent with the adopted 2018 Town of Snowmass 154 Village Comprehensive Plan because: 155 156 a. According to the Comprehensive Plan under its Town’s 157 Park/Entryway CPA, there are three factors stated that are 158 consistent with the proposal: 159 160 i. The character of any development in the Town Park CPA should 161 be representative of Snowmass Village: pastural, open, rural and 162 authentic. 163 164 ii. In proximity to Town Park, low-density employee housing would 165 be appropriate and should be encouraged. 166 167 iii. Single family or attached homes should be considered along 168 Stallion Circle at the entrance of Rodeo Place, on the north 169 boundary of Town Park near the tennis courts and at the Seven 170 Star property. 171 172 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 21 of 174 21 19-10 TC Ord Page 5 of 17 b. Other relative 2018 Comprehensive Plan adopted policies applied 173 that are consistent with the proposal, subject to addressing the 174 conditions in Section Three of this Ordinance, include: 175 176 i. Protect wildlife habitat and other environmentally sustainable 177 areas. 178 179 ii. Continue to enforce the sensitive wildlife habitat area regulations 180 of the Land Use and Development Code for any new 181 development in Town and for public lands management. 182 183 iii. Develop guidelines for all employee housing to assure 184 compatibility with existing neighborhoods and commercial areas. 185 186 iv. Use the POSTR Master Plan Standards whenever improvements 187 are considered, planned for and implemented. 188 189 2. Consistent with purpose of zone district. The proposed 190 amendments are acceptably consistent with the purpose of the ‘MF’ 191 zone district to which the property will be designated, is compatible 192 with the adjacent Rodeo Place Subdivision also zoned ‘MF,’ including 193 ‘Open Space A,’ and the application proposes no variations from the 194 development parameters established in the ‘MF’ zone district, unlike 195 the Rodeo Place Subdivision. The re-zoning to ‘CON’ is consistent 196 with the conservation easement already in place on a majority of 197 current Lot 2-S of the Seven Star Subdivision. 198 199 3. Compatibility with surrounding zone districts and uses. The 200 development permitted by the proposed amendment is satisfactorily 201 compatible with surrounding zone districts, land uses and 202 neighborhood character. It acceptably results in a logical and orderly 203 development pattern within the overall community and in the 204 immediate vicinity. 205 206 4. Necessary circumstances. The applicant has sufficiently 207 demonstrated that the following circumstances exist: 208 209 a. Error. There has been a technical error in the boundaries shown 210 on the Official Zone District Map; or 211 212 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 22 of 174 22 19-10 TC Ord Page 6 of 17 b. Changed conditions. There have been changed conditions affecting 213 the subject parcel and the surrounding neighborhood that justify 214 the proposed amendment; and 215 216 c. Community need. The proposed amendment addresses and helps 217 to resolve a community need that is documented in or is consistent 218 with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan. 219 220 This standard is met because there are no technical errors that exist on the 221 Official Zone District Map and therefore is not applicable. However, there 222 have been changed conditions and new development in the area over the 223 last 20 to 30 years. Regarding the community need criteria, the affordable 224 housing proposal meets the policies of the comprehensive plan and such a 225 proposal would assist the Town in meeting its goals. While it impacts 226 environmental sensitive areas, subject to meeting certain conditions, the 227 project fulfills an important goal of providing workforce housing considering 228 there is limited land within the Town to construct such housing. 229 230 B. PROPOSED NEW COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION PLAT: 231 232 1. Wildlife Sensitive Areas. Section 16A-4-20(e) of the Municipal Code 233 states that, ‘Development shall be prohibited in elk production areas, elk 234 concentration areas, elk severe winter range, elk migration corridors, 235 mule deer severe winter range, bighorn sheep winter range and the 236 buffer areas surround the next sites of golden eagles, goshawks and 237 red-tailed hawks.’ The proposed Coffey Place Housing is not located in 238 these areas, but only next to or within Elk Winter Range and Mule Deer 239 Winter Range areas pursuant to the 2018 adopted Comprehensive Plan. 240 241 2. Nest sites. The Brush Creek Impact Report provided in the application 242 states that there were no nests or perches found of golden eagles, 243 goshawks and red-tailed hawks. 244 245 3. Frog impacts. Northern Leopard frogs might be impacted by the 246 construction excavation of the project, but the Comprehensive Plan and 247 the Municipal Code do not designate a wildlife sensitivity area for frogs. 248 249 4. Exceptions in 25-foot Wetland Setback. The Municipal Code allows 250 for an exception of water-dependent structures to be located within the 251 required setback area, such as water quality and drainage related 252 features. It also excepts other necessary structures such as 253 underground utilities, roads, trails, bridges and similar facilities. Such 254 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 23 of 174 23 19-10 TC Ord Page 7 of 17 provisions acceptably meet the criteria provided in the Municipal Code 255 because: 256 257 a. It is necessary to locate the structures in the required setback 258 area; 259 b. Any other applicable federal state and local permits have or will 260 be obtained; 261 c. The installation will comply with all other applicable standards of 262 the code, including the submission of a planting plan for 263 restoration of disturbed areas and for visual buffering. 264 265 5. Exception for stream restoration. Per the code, there is an exception 266 for stream restoration which is not proposed. In lieu thereof, the 267 applicant acceptably proposes to install trees and boulders, drainage 268 filtration swales and sedimentation ponds or detention water quality 269 control features, and other landscape buffers around the perimeter of 270 the proposed platted lots. 271 272 6. Development exceptions in 25-foot Wetland Setback. There are 273 proposed platted residential lots, the backyard spaces, possible 274 foundation walls/footings for the homes, certain driveways, the planned 275 six (6)-space guest parking bay, and an above-ground lift station, which 276 are planned to encroach into the Town code-required 25-foot wetland 277 setback which appears acceptable. The Town Council by code may 278 authorize other types of development not listed as allowed exceptions if 279 at least 4 out of 5 members of the Town Council approve an ordinance, 280 identifying reasons why the development is unable to avoid the setback 281 area. 282 283 Acceptable reasons include: 284 285 a) A required provision of a water quality drainage swale defining the 286 edge of the Town’s 25-foot wetland setback and to separate 287 improved back yard spaces from native areas; 288 b) A provision of a conservation easement on the subdivision plat for 289 the affected wetland setback and planned open space area; 290 c) The overarching importance of providing affordable housing for the 291 community; and 292 d) For purposes of implementing the goals of the adopted 2018 293 Comprehensive Plan. 294 295 7. Slopes greater than 30 percent. The procedures and requirements 296 set forth in Section 16A-4-50(d)(4) of the Municipal Code have been 297 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 24 of 174 24 19-10 TC Ord Page 8 of 17 satisfied regarding development in those areas containing slopes 298 greater than thirty percent (30%) within the proposed Coffey Place 299 Housing Subdivision (pursuant to attached improvement survey and 300 slope analysis in Exhibit K) because: 301 302 a. The residential buildings, driveways, parking areas and sections of 303 roadways are unable to avoid the steep slopes; and 304 305 b. The design and construction techniques that will be incorporated 306 within the development will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential 307 harm to the public health, safety or welfare as stated within the 308 site/slope stability analysis from Kumar and Associates, Inc. dated 309 March 13, 2019, KL&A Engineers & Builders dated March 14, 2019, 310 and R.A. Nelson dated May 22, 2019 (per attached Exhibit L) plus 311 the recommended conditions from the Town Planning Staff. 312 313 8. Ridgeline protection. Mountain vistas and ridges would not be 314 impacted by this proposal. 315 316 9. Public trials. Relocation of existing trails and new trails are 317 acceptably provided subject to trail easements being granted to the 318 Town by the subdivision plat. 319 320 10. Water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal and utilities. 321 Utility services are acceptably being planned but the applicant should 322 comply with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District’s ‘Will-Serve’ 323 letter and its conditions of approval dated July 1, 2019 (attached 324 Exhibit S). 325 326 11. Fire protection. The applicant agreed upon an acceptable design 327 layout meeting the Roaring Fork Fire Rescue’s requirements, subject 328 to fulfilling their conditions of approval in a letter dated June 24, 2019 329 (attached Exhibit N). 330 331 12. Storm drainage. Acceptable storm drainage and water quality 332 filtration features such as drainage filtration swales and sedimentation 333 ponds are acceptably planned for project subject to addressing the 334 review comments from the Town Environmental consultant dated June 335 17, 2019 and from the Town’s Public Works Department dated June 336 25, 2019 (attached Exhibits M and P). 337 338 13. Subdivision plat, easements, and survey monumentations. The 339 subdivision plat layout, easements and amendments to fathering lots 340 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 25 of 174 25 19-10 TC Ord Page 9 of 17 appear acceptable subject to addressing the technical review 341 comments from the Community Development Department dated June 342 24, 2019 and the Public Works Department dated June 25, 2019 343 (attached Exhibit P). 344 345 14. Off-street parking standards. Portions of the required “off-street” 346 parking requirements tandemly placed in driveways and within parts of 347 the public right-of-way of Stallion Circle and into the access easements 348 are acceptable, provided that the parking does not overflow or extend 349 beyond the curb line and onto the roadways. 350 351 15. Landscaping, grading and other design standards. The planting 352 plan submitted with the application, including its restoration efforts of 353 the common areas and the wetland setback areas, are sufficient, 354 provided a natural state of the wetland setback area is preserved / 355 conserved and that the common areas are maintained by the 356 homeowners’ association including the landscaping and irrigation 357 placed between the property line and the curb line next to the affected 358 lots. 359 360 16. Energy conservation. These standards were sufficiently addressed. 361 362 17. Building Design Guidelines. The Rodeo Place Subdivision was 363 previously determined compliant with these standards and the 364 proposed Coffey Place home designs are acceptably consistent. 365 366 18. Subdivision Plat Review Standards. The review standards in 367 Section 16A-5-440 of the Municipal Code are sufficiently met provided 368 the applicant complies with the conditions in Section Three of this 369 resolution. 370 371 Section Two. Action . The Town Council approves the following land use 372 applications or actions, subject to the applicant complying with the conditions in 373 Section Three of this ordinance: 374 375 1. Amendments to the Official Zone District Map, involving re-zonings 376 from ‘REC’ to ‘MF’ affecting a portion of Lot 5 of the Entryway Master 377 Subdivision Plat and from ‘SF-150’ to ‘MF’ and ‘CON’ on affected 378 portions of Lots 2-S and 2-M of the Seven Star Subdivision (attachment 379 Exhibits B and C). 380 381 2. The new Coffey Place Housing Subdivision Plat, including the 382 affected engineering / civil drawings with the lot / building 383 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 26 of 174 26 19-10 TC Ord Page 10 of 17 envelope layouts, and the Dimensional Limitations matrix (attached 384 Exhibits D through J) proposing Lots CP 1 through 14 and an ‘Open 385 Space 2’ area with the following development parameters: 386 387 a. Minimum Lot Area: 3,000 square feet in addition to 1,500 square 388 feet per bedroom plus 500 square feet for each additional bedroom. 389 390 b. Minimum Lot Width: 50 feet, and as verified by the subdivision plat 391 along the Stallion Circle right-of-way and the proposed access 392 easements. 393 394 c. Minimum Building Setbacks: As set by the adoption of the new 395 Coffey Place Subdivision Plat. 396 397 d. Maximum Height of Principle Building: 28 feet (in lieu of the 38 398 feet in the ‘MF’ zone district) measured from existing or finished 399 grade, whichever is most restrictive. 400 401 e. Maximum Height of Accessory Building: 18 feet measured from 402 existing or finished grade, whichever is most restrictive. 403 404 f. Minimum Percent Open Space: 25 percent. 405 406 g. Maximum Floor area or F.A.R.: 0.75:1 as set by the ‘MF’ zone 407 district but limited to the gross internal calculated square footage of 408 all spaces in the Dimensional Limitations matrix, subject to the 409 homes being calculated pursuant to the municipal code’s floor area 410 measurement standards at the time of a building permit application. 411 412 h. Off-Street Parking Standards: 1.5 spaces per each bedroom 413 subject to the required off-street parking being placed in the garages 414 and tandemly in the private driveway, with no parking overflowing or 415 extending beyond the curb line and onto the roadways. 416 417 3. Allowing development within or next to the Elk and Mule Deer 418 Winter Range Sensitive Areas, as shown in the adopted 2018 419 Comprehensive Plan and the municipal code, provided the wildlife 420 enhancement measures and relative conditions are implemented by the 421 applicant. 422 423 4. Allowing development encroachments and other code-exception 424 items within the Brush Creek Impact Area and the Environmental 425 Sensitivity Area as shown in the adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan. 426 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 27 of 174 27 19-10 TC Ord Page 11 of 17 427 5. Allowing exceptions for water dependent structures within the 428 Town required 25-foot wetland setback area, including irrigation 429 devices, water diversion facilities, erosion control devices, drainage 430 features, water quality features such as swales, sedimentation or 431 filtration ponds or similar water dependent structures, subject to meeting 432 certain conditions and the applicant obtaining a Section 404 permit from 433 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers prior to construction excavation. 434 435 6. Allowing exceptions for other necessary structures within the 436 Town required 25-foot wetland setback area, including underground 437 utilities, roads, trails, bridges and similar facilities, subject to the 438 applicant implementing the restoration of disturbed areas pursuant to 439 the planting plan, complying with certain conditions, and obtaining a 440 Section 404 permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers prior to 441 construction excavation. 442 443 7. Al lowing Development within the Town required 25-foot wetland 444 setback area, including the development / lot encroachments, certain 445 driveways, possible foundations, the guest parking area and an above 446 ground lift station into the required setback area. 447 448 8. Allow ing development to occur on greater than 30 percent slopes, 449 subject to complying with the geotechnical recommendations during 450 construction (attached Exhibits K and L). 451 452 Section Three. Conditions of Approval. The Applicant shall comply with 453 the following conditions: 454 455 1. The prior platted and fathered lots for the proposed subdivision plat 456 shall be incorporated into the subdivision plat to document the lot 457 splits. 458 459 2. The previously granted Conservation Easement on re-zoned remnant 460 Lot 2-S of the Seven Star Subdivision for rezoning to ‘Conservation 461 (CON)’ shall remain in place on the new subdivision plat. 462 463 3. As offered by the applicant, a conservation easement shall not only be 464 provided on the subdivision plat for the required 25-wetland setback 465 area but also for the platted Open Space 2 area, which is planned to 466 be owned and maintained by a homeowners’ association once 467 established. Such conservation easement shall be granted to the Town 468 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 28 of 174 28 19-10 TC Ord Page 12 of 17 by plat note and shown as being accepted by the Town in the 469 dedicatory language on the plat document. 470 471 4. The ownership and maintenance responsibility of the access 472 easements and open space areas shall be verified on the subdivision 473 by plat notes. The Town shall not be responsible for the ownership 474 and maintenance of these common areas or the irrigation and 475 landscaping placed between the property line and the roadway curb 476 lines next to the affected lots. 477 478 5. All new trails and conservation areas shall be provided with easements 479 for granting to the Town by plat note and shown as being accepted by 480 the Town in the dedicatory language. 481 482 6. All water and sanitary sewer easements stall be granted to the 483 Snowmass Water and Sanitation District by plat note on the 484 subdivision plat. 485 486 7. A privately shared parking easement shall be shown on the subdivision 487 plat and engineering drawings for one of the surface parking spaces on 488 Lot CP 5 if no convenient guest parking area is allowed or provided 489 nearby along Stallion Circle. 490 491 8. The engineering plans shall be modified to show the planned water 492 quality storm drainage filtration system by use of swales in between 493 the lots and building envelopes, around the perimeter of the 494 subdivision and by utilizing detention / sedimentation ponds and/or 495 similar best management practices (BMPs). The filtration drainage 496 swales shall define the edge of the Town-required 25-foot wetland 497 setback as well as the conservation easement to be granted to the 498 Town via the subdivision plat. 499 500 9. Additional parking provisions in the vicinity of proposed Lots CP 4 501 through 8 shall be considered to meet potential demands from 502 residents, guests and recreational users. 503 504 10. Parking shall not overflow or extend beyond the curb line and onto the 505 roadways. 506 507 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 29 of 174 29 19-10 TC Ord Page 13 of 17 11. The applicant shall comply with the Environmental review comments 508 dated June 17, 2019 and the Town’s Public Works Department review 509 comments dated June 25, 2019 relative to the review standard 510 responses, the construction management plan (including a fugitive and 511 erosion control plans), landscape improvements, final civil plan design, 512 and appropriate drainage BMPs prior to commencement of 513 construction excavation or issuance of a building permit, whichever 514 applies most directly to the standard. 515 516 12. The buildout chart for the Comprehensive Plan shall be amended to 517 reflect the Coffey Place Housing subdivision following a final approval. 518 519 At time of building permit application, its review and prior to permit issuance: 520 521 1. All technical comments in the subdivision plat shall be addressed to 522 the satisfaction of the Community Development Director and the 523 Town Attorney prior to final execution and recording before a building 524 permit is issued. 525 526 2. A Construction Management Plan, including a Fugitive Dust Control 527 plan and an Erosion Control Plan, shall be prepared by addressing 528 the standards in Ordinance 12, 2007 for review and acceptance with a 529 building permit application prior to commencement of construction 530 excavation and permit issuance. 531 532 3. All proposed decks shall be placed within the platted building 533 envelopes or meet the dimensional requirements of the municipal 534 code standards for placement. 535 536 4. All dwelling units shall be calculated pursuant to the Town’s floor area 537 measurement standards at the time of building permit application. 538 539 5. The applicant shall demonstrate compliance with the 28-foot height 540 standard for principle structures, measured from existing and finished 541 grades, whichever is most restrictive, at the time of building permit 542 application. 543 544 6. The Roaring Fork Fire Rescue (RFFR) recommendations dated June 545 24, 2019 shall be incorporated into the project to include: 546 547 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 30 of 174 30 19-10 TC Ord Page 14 of 17 a. That emergency roadways be maintained for year-round access; 548 b. The emergency access be unobstructed and preserved for such 549 use, such as the placement of breakaway bollards, signs, and 550 striping; 551 c. The emergency access be designed to withstand fire apparatus 552 weighing 80,000 pounds; 553 d. An additional fire hydrant be installed along the northern access 554 easement prior to any combustible construction of housing; and 555 e. Non-combustible exterior siding and decks be utilized. 556 557 Prior to construction excavation: 558 559 1. A Section 404 Clean Water Act permit shall be obtained from the U.S. 560 Army Corps of Engineers prior to construction activity and excavation, 561 with the exception of Lots CP 1 through 3. 562 563 2. The applicant shall comply with the conditions of approval in the Will-564 Serve letter dated July 1, 2019 from the Snowmass Water and 565 Sanitation district prior to construction excavation. 566 567 During construction: 568 569 1. The Construction Management Plan shall require that all food trash 570 be stored in bear proof containers and taken off site at day’s end and 571 that contractors not be allowed to take dogs onto the construction 572 sites. 573 574 2. Noise from construction activities shall be limited and mitigated 575 between December 1 through March 31 and addressed within the 576 construction management plan, such as consideration for the use of 577 sound baffle panels pursuant to the municipal code’s wildlife 578 mitigation and enhancement standards. 579 580 3. The applicant shall implement the recommendations in the 581 geotechnical and soils reports during the excavation and construction 582 process. 583 584 Prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy: 585 586 1. To encourage the use of the roads and new trails for commuting and 587 recreational purposes, painted shared “sharrows” or similar methods 588 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 31 of 174 31 19-10 TC Ord Page 15 of 17 or arrangements to include both bicycles and pedestrians shall be 589 considered. 590 591 2. The new trail connection off-site by the tennis courts shall be hard-592 surfaced and installed prior to a Certificate of Occupancy to better 593 serve the commuting public. 594 595 3. Install landscape buffering for the guest parking area(s) to soften the 596 appearance as viewed from public areas and streets, including Brush 597 Creek Road. 598 599 4. The disturbed areas are proposed for revegetation according to the 600 planting plan and shall be completed prior to issuance of Certificates of 601 Occupancy, or the following growing season if necessary. 602 603 5. Provisions incorporated in the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions 604 (CC&Rs) of the homeowners’ association that the adjacent lot owners 605 next to a public street or the homeowners’ association for the 606 adjacent common areas, shall be responsible for the maintenance of 607 the landscaping and irrigation between the property line and the back 608 edge of the roadway curb/edge for the affected adjacent lots. These 609 areas shall not be maintained by the Town. 610 611 6. A condominium map shall be prepared, reviewed and completed for 612 the duplex units on Lots CP 1 through 3. 613 614 Miscellaneous items: 615 616 1. The following wildlife habitat migration measures shall be employed, 617 also pursuant to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Police, 618 Animal Services comments dated June 26, 2019: 619 620 a. The subdivision and lots shall not include perimeter fencing. 621 b. Lever-style door handles shall not be utilized. 622 c. Prohibit the installation of fruit-bearing trees and shrubs. 623 d. Wildlife-proof refuse containers shall be utilized. 624 e. Prohibit feeding pets outside or leaving pet food outside. 625 f. Prohibit dogs from running free in the riparian area. 626 g. Bird feeders shall be avoided from April through November. 627 h. Composting shall be restricted to yard waste. 628 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 32 of 174 32 19-10 TC Ord Page 16 of 17 629 2. If proposed later, the applicant shall submit a sign permit application 630 once ready to proceed with a sign proposal for review, consideration 631 and action by the Town’s Community Development Department. 632 633 Section Four. Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance application 634 hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect 635 any other provision or application of this Ordinance can be given effect without the 636 invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance 637 are severable. 638 639 INTRODUCED, READ AND APPROVED on First Reading by the Town 640 Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on August 5, 2019 upon a motion by 641 Town Council Member _____________, the second of Town Council Member 642 ___________________, and upon a vote of ____ in favor and ____ against. 643 644 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on Second Reading by the Town 645 Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on August 19, 2019 upon a motion by 646 Town Council Member _____________, the second of Town Council Member 647 ___________________, and upon a vote of ____ in favor and ____ against. 648 649 650 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 651 652 653 ________________________ 654 Markey Butler, Mayor 655 ATTEST: 656 657 658 __________________________ 659 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 660 661 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 662 663 664 ________________________________ 665 John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 666 667 Attached Exhibits incorporated herein: 668 669 Exhibit A: Vicinity Map 670 Exhibit B: Legal Descriptions of Affected Existing Fathering Lots 671 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 33 of 174 33 19-10 TC Ord Page 17 of 17 Exhibit C: Zoning Maps showing existing and proposed zone districts 672 Exhibit D: Zoning and Dimensional Limitations (outside of ordinance standards) 673 Exhibit E: Architectural Site Plan 674 Exhibit F: Parking Plan updated July 9, 2019 675 Exhibit G: Planting Plan 676 Exhibit H: Trail Connection Diagram 677 Exhibit I: Subdivision Plat, updated July 29, 2019 678 Exhibit J: Engineering / Civil drawing excerpts (grading & paving plans) 679 Exhibit K: Improvements Survey and slope analysis from application 680 Exhibit L: Site and slope stability analysis from Kumar and Associates, Inc. 681 dated March 13, 2019, KL&A Engineers & Builders dated March 14, 682 2019, and R.A. Nelson dated May 22, 2019. 683 Exhibit M: Environmental review comments dated June 17, 2019 from Dunlop 684 Environmental Consultants, Inc. 685 Exhibit N: Roaring Fork Fire Rescue review comments dated June 24, 2019 686 Exhibit O: Transportation review comments dated June 25, 2019 687 Exhibit P: Public Works Department review comments dated June 25, 2019 688 Exhibit Q: Colorado Parks and Wildlife review comments dated June 26, 2019 689 Exhibit R: Police, Animal Services comments dated June 26, 2019 690 Exhibit S: Snowmass Water and Sanitation District’s review comments and 691 Will-Serve letter with conditions dated July 1, 2019 692 693 Exhibits incorporated by reference and on file at the Town’s Community 694 Development Department: 695  Applicant’s updated application submittal of May 24, 2019 and supplemental 696 items to address review standards or review comments but not required as 697 submittal items for the applications; 698  Staff Analysis Report to the Town Council on August 5, 2019; 699  Signed Planning Commission Resolution No. 4, Series of 2019; and 700  Public comments received. 701 702 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 34 of 174 34 VICINITY MAP 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT A Page 1 of 1 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 35 of 174 35 LEGAL DESCRIPTION 1.Lot 2-M, - REMNANT PORTION REZONE FROM 'SF-150' TO 'CON' Amended Plat of Lot 2, SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION, According to the Plat recorded on October 24, 2013 in Plat Book 104 at Page 93 Reception No. 604953 2.Lot Open Space A, - REMAINS ZONED 'MF' PER ORDINANCE NO. 4, 2006 RODEO PLACE, According to the Plat recorded August 1, 2007 in Plat Book 84 at Page 70 as Reception No. 540522 3.Lot Open Space B, - REMAINS ZONED 'MF' PER ORDINANCE NO. 4, 2006 RODEO PLACE According to the Plat recorded August 1, 2007 in Plat Book 84 at Page 70 as Reception No. 540522 4.Lot 5, ENTRY MASTER SUBDIVSION, According to the Final Subdivision Plat recorded December 30, 2014 in Plat Book 109 at Page 2 as Reception No. 616370- RESUBDIVISION OF COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION, LOTS CP 4-8 AND OPEN SPACE 2 REZONE FROM 'REC' TO 'MF' 5.Lot 2-S - REMNANT PORTION REZONE FROM 'SF-150' TO 'CON' Amended Plat of Lot 2 SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION According to the Plat recorded October 24, 2013 in Plat Book 104 at Page 93 as Reception No. 604953 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT B Page 1 of 3 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 36 of 174 36 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT B Page 2 of 3 Parcel 1, of the Coffey Place Subdivision including Lots CP 4-14 & Open Space 2 Rezone from 'REC' & 'SF-150' to 'MF' 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 37 of 174 37 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT B Page 3 of 3 Parcel 2, of the Coffey Place Subdivision including Lots CP 1-3 & Open Space A Remains Zoned 'MF' per Ordinance No. 4, Series of 2006 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 38 of 174 38 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 200'0100200400Title:Zoning ExhibitRevision#Dwg No.Coffey Place Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WC05.23.2019JWHZoningExhibitJWH118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:Z.1.01 1Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT C Page 1 of 1EXHIBIT C Page 1 of 1COFFEY PLACESUBDIVISON PROPOSED LOTS CP 9-14COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISON PROPOSED LOTS CP 4-8COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISON PROPOSED LOTS CP 1, 2 & 3RODEO PLACESUBDIVISONCROSSINGSSUBDIVISIONSEVEN STARSUBDIVSION AS AMENDED IN 2013EXISTINGZONING CONDITIONSPROPOSED RE-ZONING CONDITIONS19-10 TCOrdPARCEL 1,COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVSIONPARCEL 2,COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISIONCONCONMFMF08-19-19 TC PacketPage 39 of 17439 CP LOT 01aE23CP LOT 01bE23CP LOT 02aE23CP LOT 02bE23CP LOT 03aE23CP LOT 03bE23CP LOT 04D34.55,5006,0372,6650.44CP LOT 05D34.55,5005,7952,6650.46CP LOT 06D34.55,5006,0312,6650.44CP LOT 07C34.55,5006,3623,1090.49CP LOT 08C34.55,5006,7823,1090.46CP LOT 09B235,0007,4122,2730.31CP LOT 10A34.55,5006,6222,5180.38CP LOT 11A34.55,5007,7042,5180.33CP LOT 12A34.55,5008,3102,5180.30CP LOT 13A34.55,50010,0442,5180.25CP LOT 14A34.55,5008,5762,5180.29Total number of bedrooms: 44 Total number of spaces required: 66 Total Proposed Lot Area: 110,207 SF Total number of spaces provided: 70 Total Proposed Gross Floor Area: 40,926 SF COFFEY PLACE ZONING AND DIMENSIONAL LIMITATIONS0.390.390.3810,09610,16910,2673,9503,9503,950PROPOSED LOT AREA (SF)PROPOSED GROSS FLOOR AREA (SF)MAXIMUM FAR (MF 0.75)NOTE: "Gross Floor Area" represents the building's total square footage, including all exterior walls to face-of-stud, mechanical rooms, and garages. Crawl space areas are not included. No area exemptions are taken.10,00010,00010,000LOT NUMBER UNIT TYPENUMBER OF BEDROOMSNUMBER OF OFF-STREET PARKING SPACES (1.5 CARS/BEDROOM) MIN. LOT SIZE BASED ON BEDROOM COUNT (SF)19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT D Page 1 of 1EXHIBIT DOrdinance 10, 2019Page 1 of 108-19-19 TC PacketPage 40 of 17440 BRUSH CREEK ROAD BRUSH CREEK ROADLOT 2-S LOT 1SEVEN STAR RANCHHORSE RANCH ROAD LOT 1 LOT 3 LOT 2 LOT 4 LOT 5HORSE RANCH DRIVELOT 6 STALLION CIRCLE STALLI ON CIRCLE STALLION CIRCLE ALLEY HORSE RANCH PARCEL E THE CROSSING AT HORSE RANCH OPEN SPACE A OPEN SPACE BOPEN SPACE COPEN SPACE D LOT 01 LOT 02 LOT 03 LOT 04 LOT 05 LOT 06 LOT 07 LOT 08 LOT 09 LOT 24 LOT 10 LOT 23 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 22 LOT 21 LOT 20 LOT 13 LOT 14 LOT 15 LOT 16LOT 17LOT 18 LOT 19PARCEL P(CROSS HATCH AREA IS CONSERVATION EASEMENT) 8 0'-0"R.O.W. FOR COU NTY ROAD(HATCHED AREA IS TRAIL EASEMENT)2 0 '-0 "20'-0" CL 25' TRAIL EASEMENT ROAD SI DE EASEMENT 60'-0" 50'-0"UTILITY EASEMENT(OLD HORSE RANCH DRIVE RIGHT OF WAY)ROA D SI DE E AS E ME N T CP LOT 01 CP LOT 02 CP LOT 03 CP LOT 04 CP LOT 05 CP LOT 06 CP LOT 07 CP LOT 08 CP LOT 09 CP LOT 10 CP LOT 11 CP LOT 12 CP LOT 13 CP LOT 14 25' WETLANDS SETBACK (SHOWN HATCHED) 25' WETLANDS SETBACK (SHOWN HATCHED) TRAIL EASEMENT TRAIL EASEMENT TRAIL EASEMENT REMAINDER REMAINDER CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO. JOB NO.5/24/2019 12:14:41 PMA1.0 1822 ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLANCOFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO 1" = 100'-0" 1 SITE PLAN - COFFEY PL. NORTH 0 25 50 100 ISSUE: DATE: PLANNING SUB 2/28/19 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT E Page 1 of 1 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT E Page 1 of 1 COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION PROPOSED LOTS CP 9-14 COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION PROPOSED LOTS CP 4-8 COFFEY PLACE SUBDIVISION PROPOSED LOTS CP 1-3 RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION REMNANT LOT 2-M, SEVEN STAR SUBDIVSION SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION AMENDED IN 2013 RECREATION CENTER RODEO GROUNDS TRANSIT CENTER & PARKING TOWN PARK BRUSH CREEK ROAD BRUSH CREEK ROAD08-19-19 TC Packet Page 41 of 174 41 LOT 1SEVEN STAR RANCHLOT 2 LOT 5 STALLION CIRCLE STALLI ON CIRCLE STALLION CIRCLE ALLEY THE CROSSING AT HORSE RANCH OPEN SPACE A OPEN SPACE BOPEN SPACE CO PEN SPA CE D LOT 01 LOT 02 LOT 03 LOT 04 LOT 05 LOT 06 LOT 07 LOT 08 LOT 09 LOT 24 LOT 10 LOT 23 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 22 LOT 21 LOT 20 LOT 13 LOT 14 LOT 15 LOT 16LOT 17LOT 18 LOT 19 (HATCHED AREA IS TRAIL EASEMENT)CL 25' TRAIL EASEMENT LOT 2-S LOT 2-M CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO. JOB NO.7/18/2019 2:05:31 PMA1.00 1822 ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN - PARKINGCOFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COISSUE: DATE: PARKING UPDATE 7/18/19 1" = 50'-0" 1 SITE PLAN - COFFEY PL. (PARKING) NORTH 0 25 50 100 44 TOTAL BEDROOMS X 1.5 PARKING SPACES PER BEDROOM = 66 PARKING SPACES REQUIRED 70 PARKING SPACES PROVIDED EXTERIIOR ON-SITE PARKING SPACES ARE SHOWN AT 8X18 EXTERIOR SHARED/GUEST PARKING SPACES ARE SHOWN AT 10X18 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT F Page 1 of 1 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT F Page 1 of 1 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 42 of 174 42 LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 PROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA ORNAMENTAL TREE SHADE TREE RIPARIAN AREA TREE EVERGREEN TREE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS MULCHED PLANTING BEDS SOD/LAWN RESTORATION SEEDING LIMITS OF WORK STEEL EDGER PROPOSED TRAILS EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA BOUNDARY EXISTING TRAILS PROPOSED TRAILS TRAIL EASEMENT ROCK COBBLE MULCH COBBLE BUFFER OPEN SPACE CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com 07.27.2019CD SET L 1.0 LANDSCAPE KEY PLAN LEGEND SEE SHEET L 1.1 SEE SHEET L 1.2 SEE SHEET L 1.3 SCALE 1"= 60'-0" 0 30 60 120 1. SEED WILL BE STABILIZED WITH CERTIFIED WEED FREE STRAW AND TACKIFIER. 2. ALL SEEDED AREAS TO BE IRRIGATED. 3. ALL DISTURBED AREAS TO RECEIVE TOPSOIL, SEED, AND IRRIGATION. 4. ALL PLANT MATERIAL SHALL BE HEALTHY AND FREE OF DISEASE. ALL PLANT MATERIAL TO BE APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. 5. IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING SEEDING OPERATIONS OF SPECIFIC ZONES, THE AREAS SHALL BE PROTECTED FROM TRAFFIC OR OTHER ACTIVITIES- EXCEPT WEED CONTROL. 6. NOXIOUS VEGETATION SHALL BE CONTROLLED BY THE CONTRACTOR THROUGHOUT THE SEEDING ZONES AS WELL AS THE ENTIRE PROJECT SITE UNTIL FINAL ACCEPTANCE OR THROUGH THE MAINTENANCE PERIOD, WHICH EVER IS LONGER. 7. EXISTING TREES TO BE PROTECTED PER TREE PROTECTION DETAIL FOR THE DURATION OF CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES PLANTING NOTES: 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 1 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 1 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 43 of 174 43 LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT_1 LOT_2 LOT_3 PROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA ORNAMENTAL TREE SHADE TREE RIPARIAN AREA TREE EVERGREEN TREE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS MULCHED PLANTING BEDS SOD/LAWN RESTORATION SEEDING LIMITS OF WORK STEEL EDGER PROPOSED TRAILS EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA BOUNDARY EXISTING TRAILS PROPOSED TRAILS TRAIL EASEMENT LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com L 1.1 LANDSCAPE ENLARGEMENT 5/10/19 LEGEND SEE SHEET L 1.2L1.1 KEY MAP NTS SCALE 1"= 20'-0" 0 10 20 40 L1.2 L1.3 EXTEND RESTORATION SEEDING BEYOND CONSTRUCTION DISTURBANCE LIMIT BY APPROXIMATELY 10', TYP. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 2 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 2 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 44 of 174 44 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT_4 LOT_5 LOT_6 LOT_7 LOT_8 PROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA ORNAMENTAL TREE SHADE TREE RIPARIAN AREA TREE EVERGREEN TREE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS MULCHED PLANTING BEDS SOD/LAWN RESTORATION SEEDING LIMITS OF WORK STEEL EDGER PROPOSED TRAILS EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA BOUNDARY EXISTING TRAILS PROPOSED TRAILS TRAIL EASEMENT LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com L 1.2 LANDSCAPE ENLARGEMENT 5/10/19 LEGEND KEY MAP NTS SCALE 1"= 20'-0" 0 10 20 40SEE SHEET L 1.1SEE SHEET L 1.3 L1.1L1.2 L1.3 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 3 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 3 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 45 of 174 45 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 LOT_9 LOT_10 LOT_11 LOT_12 LOT_13 LOT_14 PROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA ORNAMENTAL TREE SHADE TREE RIPARIAN AREA TREE EVERGREEN TREE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS MULCHED PLANTING BEDS SOD/LAWN RESTORATION SEEDING LIMITS OF WORK STEEL EDGER PROPOSED TRAILS EXISTING RIPARIAN AREA BOUNDARY EXISTING TRAILS PROPOSED TRAILS TRAIL EASEMENT LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 LOT 6 LOT 7 LOT 5 LOT 8 LOT 9 LOT 10 LOT 11 LOT 12 LOT 13 LOT 14 CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com L 1.3 LANDSCAPE ENLARGEMENT 5/10/19 LEGEND KEY MAP NTS SCALE 1"= 20'-0" 0 10 20 40 SEE SHEET L 1.2 L1.1L1.2 L1.3 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 4 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 4 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 46 of 174 46 DECIDUOUS TREES CONT ACER GINNALA AMUR MAPLE 1.5" CAL B&B ACER NEGUNDO `SENSATION` SENSATION BOX ELDER MAPLE 2" CAL B&B ACER PLATANOIDES NORWAY MAPLE 2" CAL B&B CELTIS OCCIDENTALIS COMMON HACKBERRY 2" CAL B&B FRAXINUS NIGRA `FALL GOLD` FALLGOLD ASH 2" CAL B&B MALUS X `SPRING SNOW` SPRING SNOW CRAB APPLE 1.5" CAL B&B POPULUS TREMULOIDES QUAKING ASPEN 1.5" CAL B&B POPULUS X ACUMINATA LANCELEAF POPLAR 2" CAL B&B SALIX AMYGDALIODES PEACH LEAF WILLOW 2" CAL B&B EVERGREEN TREES CONT PICEA PUNGENS COLORADO SPRUCE 10` B&B PICEA PUNGENS COLORADO SPRUCE 12` B&B PICEA PUNGENS COLORADO SPRUCE 8` B&B PINUS NIGRA AUSTRIAN BLACK PINE 10` B&B PINUS NIGRA AUSTRIAN BLACK PINE 8` B&B DECIDUOUS SHRUBS SIZE BERBERIS THUNBERGII `ATROPURPUREA` RED LEAF JAPANESE BARBERRY 5 GAL BUDDLEJA ALTERNIFOLIA `ARGENTEA` BUTTERFLY BUSH 5 GAL FORSYTHIA X `NORTHERN GOLD` NORTHERN GOLD FORSYTHIA 5 GAL JAMESIA AMERICANA WAXFLOWER 5 GAL KOLKWITZIA AMABILIS `PINK CLOUD` BEAUTY BUSH 5 GAL PHILADELPHUS LEWISII `CHEYENNE` LEWIS MOCK ORANGE 5 GAL PRUNUS TOMENTOSA NANKING CHERRY 5 GAL RHUS TRILOBATA `GRO LOW` SKUNKBUSH SUMAC 5 GAL SPIRAEA X VANHOUTTEI SPIREA 5 GAL SYRINGA VULGARIS `ANGEL WHITE` COMMON LILAC 5 GAL VIBURNUM DENTATUM `BLUE MUFFIN` SOUTHERN ARROWWOOD 5 GAL EVERGREEN SHRUBS SIZE JUNIPERUS HORIZONTALIS `WILTONII` BLUE RUG JUNIPER 5 GAL PICEA ABIES `PROCUMBENS` CREEPING NORWAY SPRUCE 5 GAL PERENIALS AJUGA REPTANS CARPET BUGLE ARTEMISIA LUDOVICIANA `VALERIE FINNIS` VALERIE FINNIS ARTEMISIA ECHINACEA PURPUREA PURPLE CONEFLOWER FESTUCA X `SISKIYOU BLUE` CALIFORNIA FESCUE GAURA LINDHEIMERI WHITE GAURA HELICTOTRICHON SEMPERVIRENS BLUE OAT GRASS NEPETA X FAASSENII `WALKERS LOW` WALKERS LOW CATMINT PANICUM VIRGATUM `PRAIRIE SKY` PRAIRIE SKY SWITCH GRASS RUDBECKIA FULGIDA `GOLDSTRUM` CONEFLOWER SALVIA X SYLVESTRIS `MAY NIGHT` SAGE VERONICA ALPINA ALPINE SPEEDWELL PLANT SCHEDULE PROPOSED PLANT LIST CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com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a. ROUGH GRADE AND FINISHED GRADING WILL BE PERFORMED BY OTHERS. LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR FINE GRADING AFTER SOIL AMENDMENT OPERATIONS TO ALLOW FOR MULCH AND SOD INSTALLATION. b. LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING POSITIVE DRAINAGE AWAY FROM ALL STRUCTURES. c. CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE OF ANY POORLY DRAINED AREAS PRIOR TO COMMENCING WORK. d. CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN APPROVAL OF THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE OF THE GRADING PRIOR TO PLANTING. e. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE REQUIRED DEPTH OF SOIL ALONG CURBS AND WALKWAYS TO ACCOMMODATE SOD OR MULCH DEPTH. 8. CONTRACTOR SHALL FOLLOW THE LANDSCAPE PLAN. ANY DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE PLAN AND FIELD CONDITIONS SHALL BE REPORTED TO THE OWNER'S AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. 9. CONTRACTOR SHALL USE LOCAL BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR OBTAINING AND INSTALLING LANDSCAPE MATERIALS. COMPLETE THE WORK USING SKILLED PERSONNEL, PROFICIENT IN THE TRADES REQUIRED & IN A NEAT , ORDERLY AND RESPONSIBLE MANNER & WITH RECOGNIZED STANDARDS OF WORKMANSHIP. 10. ALL PLANTS TO BE APPROVED BY OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. NOTIFY OWNER FOR INSPECTION AND APPROVAL OF PLANT MATERIAL AT TIME OF DELIVERY. TREES ARE TO BE TAGGED AT THE NURSERY BY OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE. ANY PLANT NOT MEETING OWNER'S APPROVAL MAY BE REJECTED AT ANY TIME PRIOR TO FINAL ACCEPTANCE. 11. PLANT MATERIAL MUST MEET CURRENT LANDSCAPE NURSERY STANDARDS &/OR ANSI Z60.1. 12. IF PLANTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE, NOTIFY OWNER FOR APPROVAL OF CHANGE BEFORE MAKING SUBSTITUTIONS. 13. THE OWNER'S AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE MUST APPROVE ALL PLANTING LAYOUTS PRIOR TO PLANTING. ALL ADJUSTMENTS SHALL BE MADE BY THE CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO INSTALLING PLANTS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT DIG PLANT PITS UNTIL LOCATIONS ARE APPROVED. 14. MINOR FIELD ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PLANTING PLANS MAY BE NECESSARY BASED ON THE ACTUAL LOCATION OF LIGHTS, TRANSFORMERS, GROUND-MOUNTED HVAC UNITS, UTILITY PEDESTALS, AND SIMILAR FEATURES. CONTRACTOR MUST OBTAIN APPROVAL FROM THE OWNER PRIOR TO ADJUSTING THE DESIGN. 15. IF THERE IS A DISCREPANCY BETWEEN THE PLANT COUNTS ON THE CALL-OUTS ON THE PLANS & THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF PLANT SYMBOLS DEPICTED ON THE PLANS, THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLING THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF PLANTS AS SYMBOLICALLY DEPICTED ON THE PLANS. 16. ALL SHRUB BEDS AND SOD AREAS SHALL BE CONTAINED BY A STEEL EDGER (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTION), OR A CONCRETE CURB, WALK, OR OTHER SHRUB BED DEFINING ELEMENT - AS PER PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS. 17. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WEED CONTROL ON BEDS AND SEEDED AREAS UNTIL FINAL ACCEPTANCE. TREE PLANTINGS AND PLANTING BEDS WILL BE TREATED WITH DIEHARD TRANSPLANT (TREES) AND DIEHARD BED PREP (PLANTING BEDS) MICORRHIZA INOCULATES INSTALLED AT THE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED RATE. 18. SOD AREAS SHALL RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 5 CU. YDS PER 1000 S.F. OF A-1 ORGANIC'S BIOCOMP, OR A WELL DECOMPOSED COMPOST APPROVED BY THE OWNER'S AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE. SHRUB BEDS SHALL RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 4 CU. YDS. PER 1000 S.F. OF ONE OF THE ABOVE MATERIALS. ALL AMENDMENTS SHALL BE THOROUGHLY TILLED A MIN. OF 6" INTO THE SOIL. 19. ALL AREAS TO BE PLANTED, SEEDED OR SODDED WILL HAVE THE TOPSOIL INSTALLED. THESE AREA WILL THEN BE TILLED TO A MINIMUM 6" DEPTH, INCORPORATING A-1 ORGANIC'S BIOCOMP CLASS 1 COMPOST AT A MINIMUM RATE OF 4 CY / 1000 SF. THE DISTURBED AREAS OF THE SITE WILL THE BE FINE GRADED IN PREPARATION FOR SEEDING, SODDING OR PLANTING AS SPECIFIED IN THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS. 20. TREE BASKETS SHALL BE REMOVED FROM ROOTBALLS AND KEPT BY THE PLANTED TREE UNTIL VERIFIED BY THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE. 21. THE DEVELOPER, HIS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPLACEMENT OF ALL LANDSCAPING MATERIALS SHOWN OR INDICATED ON THE APPROVED SITE PLAN OR LANDSCAPE PLAN ON FILE IN THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT. ALL LANDSCAPING WILL BE INSTALLED AS DELINEATED ON THE PLAN, PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCY. 22. ALL LANDSCAPE AREAS WILL BE IRRIGATED WITH A FULLY AUTOMATIC UNDERGROUND IRRIGATION SYSTEM. 23. IRRIGATION SLEEVING SHALL BE INSTALLED PRIOR TO INSTALLING CONCRETE FLATWORK 24. ALL BUILDINGS WILL HAVE A DRY ZONE OF 5' FROM THE BUILDING IN WHICH THERE WILL BE NO IRRIGATION. NO SPRAY IRRIGATION SHALL BE INSTALLED WITHIN 10' OF BUILDINGS. SEE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. TREES AND SHRUBS SHALL NOT BE PLANTED CLOSER THAN 5 FT. FROM THE BUILDINGS. ALL SOD SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 10' FROM THE BUILDINGS. DO NOT OVERSPRAY INTO THE DRY ZONE. PLACE SPECIFIED WOOD MULCH IN DRY ZONE AREA UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON PLANS. 25. MULCH - ALL PLANTING BEDS SHALL BE COVERED BY A SPECIFIED MULCH (OR ACCEPTED SUBSTITUTION) AS APPROVED BY OWNER. ALSO REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS AND DETAILS. 25.1. ALL SHRUB BEDS SHALL RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 4" OF MULCH, INCLUDING THE DRY ZONE AROUND THE BUILDINGS. 25.1.1. EXCEPT GROUNDCOVERS SHALL RECEIVE 3" OF MULCH. 25.1.2. DO NOT BURY PERENNIALS OR ORNAMENTAL GRASSES WITH MULCH. 25.1.3.MULCH RINGS AROUND SHRUBS IN NATIVE AREAS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 2' Ø. 25.2. MULCH COVERING TREES SHALL BE 4" DEEP IN NON-TURF AREAS & 2" DEEP IN TURF AREAS. 25.2.1. PULL MULCH BACK 6" FROM TRUNK OF TREES AS PER DETAILS. 25.2.2.MULCH RINGS AROUND TREES IN NATIVE AREAS SHALL BE MINIMUM 8' Ø 25.2.3. DO NOT PROVIDE A WATER BASIN FOR TREES IN LAWN AREA. 25.3. SPACING / LAYOUT 25.4. TREES TO BE A MINIMUM OF 6' FROM HARDSCAPE. 25.5. TREES TO BE A MINIMUM OF 8' FROM CENTER LINE OF UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SUCH AS STORM SEWERS, WATER MAINS, ETC. 25.6. ALL EVERGREEN TREES SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 12' FROM TRAILS, OR WALKS. EDGING SHALL BE MINIMUM OF 8' FROM EVERGREEN TREES. 25.7. LARGE SHRUBS (THOSE OVER 6' SPACING AS SHOWN IN THE PLANT SCHEDULE) SHALL BE PLANTED A MINIMUM OF 5' FROM EDGER OR WALKS. 25.8. SMALLER SHRUBS (THOSE LESS THAN 6' SPACING AS SHOWN IN THE PLANT SCHEDULE) SHALL BE PLANTED A MINIMUM OF 3' FROM EDGER OR WALKS. SEED MIX 62,101 SF SOD 15,953 SF SEEDING AND SOD AREA TOTALS PROPOSED SEED MIX PLANTS BY AREA 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 5 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 47 of 174 47 CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS COPYRIGHT CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS C 610 EAST HYMAN AVE. ASPEN, CO 81611 TEL: 970.925.5590 FAX: 970.920.4557 cunniffe.com SHEET NO.COFFEY PLACETOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COJOB NO. ISSUE: DATE: 311 Main Street #102 Carbondale, Co. 81623 970.963.6520 www.dhmdesign.com L 3.0 PLANTING DETAILS 5/10/19 DECIDUOUS TREE PLANTING NOT TO SCALE 1 LXX EVERGREEN TREE PLANTING NOT TO SCALE 2 P1.2 FINAL TOP ROOTBALL GRADE NOT TO SCALE 3 P1.2 PERENNIALS & GROUND COVERS NOT TO SCALE 6 LXX SHRUB / FLOWERS / GROUNDCOVERS NOT TO SCALE 8 P1.2 TRIANGULAR SPACING STEEL EDGER NOT TO SCALE 7 P1.2 TREE PLANTING ON SLOPE NOT TO SCALE 5 P1.2 SHRUB PLANTING NOT TO SCALE 4 P1.2 DO NOT CUT LEADER-PRUNE ONLY DAMAGED OR DEAD WOOD 12 GAUGE GALV. WIRE WITH 3 4"Ø WHITE PVC ON ENTIRE LENGTH OF EACH WIRE SPECIFIED TREE STRAP SPECIFIED POSTS-2 PER TREE SET MIN 18" INTO UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE WRAP ENTIRE SURFACE OF TRUNK UP TO SECOND BRANCH WITH SPECIFIED WRAPPING SECURE TOP & BOTTOM & @ 2' INTERVALS PLANT TREE W/ TOP OF ROOTBALL 2"-4" ABOVE FINAL GRADE PULL MULCH 2"-3" BACK FROM TRUNK DECIDUOUS TREE PLANTING NOT TO SCALE 1 P1.2 2x DIAMETER OF ROOTBALL, MIN.18''MINNOTE: MULCH SHOULD BE 4" DEEP IN NON-TURF AREAS, MULCH SHOULD BE 2" DEEP IN TURF AREAS. MULCH RING, MIN. 48" Ø, PULL MULCH BACK 2"-3" FROM TRUNK. 4" HEIGHT WATER SAUCER IN NON-TURF AREAS SPECIFIED BACKFILL MIXTURE AS PER SPECIFICATIONS AFTER TREE IS SET IN PLANTING PIT, REMOVE ALL TWINE & WIRE FROM TOP & SIDES OF ROOTBALL, PULL BURLAP BACK 13 (MIN.) SET ROOTBALL ON UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE - DO NOT OVER-EXCAVATE DO NOT CUT LEADER-PRUNE ONLY DAMAGED OR DEAD WOOD SPECIFIED TRUNK ATTACHMENT DOUBLE STRAND GALVANIZED WIRE PROVIDE 3 GUY SYSTEMS EQUALLY SPACED AROUND TREE, AS PER DIAGRAM PLACE 3 4"Ø WHITE PVC, 36'' LENGTH, ON ALL GUYING UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE NOTES: 1. PULL MULCH BACK 2" TO 3" FROM TRUNK OF TREE 2. INSTALL SPECIFIED MULCH TO DRIP LINE OF TREE WHERE PLANTED IN LAWN AREAS. MULCH TO BE 2" DEEP IN LAWN AREAS. 3. DO NOT PROVIDE WATER BASIN IN IRRIGATED LAWN AREAS. 2x DIAMETER OF ROOT BALL, MIN. 2"-3" SET ROOT BALL ON EXISTING UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE-DO NOT OVER-EXCAVATE BACK FILL MIXTURE AS PER SPECIFICATIONS AFTER TREE IS SET IN PLANTING PIT, REMOVE ALL TWINE & WIRE FROM TOP & SIDES OF ROOT BALL PULL BURLAP BACK 13 (MIN.) SPECIFIED STAKES DRIVEN AT AN ANGLE, FLUSH WITH GRADE 4'' HEIGHT WATER SAUCER IN NON-TURF AREAS PLANT TREE W/ TOP OF ROOT BALL 3'' ABOVE FINAL GRADE 4'' DEPTH MULCH RING UNLESS IN TURF AREAS (SEE BELOW) NORTH EW NOTES: 1. ALL WORK TO BE DONE AT TIME OF PLANTING 2. PEEL BACK ONLY TOP OF BURLAP REQUIRED TO PERFORM WORK. REPLACE BURLAP BEFORE MOVING TREE INTO PLANTING PIT. DO NOT REMOVE WIRE BASKET UNTIL INSIDE PLANTING PIT. 3. MEASURE NEW HEIGHT OF ROOTBALL AND DIG PLANTING PIT SO FINAL TOP ROOTBALL GRADE IS 3'' ABOVE FINAL GRADE SURROUNDING BALL.2313FINAL TOP ROOTBALL GRADE FINAL TOP ROOTBALL GRADE GRAFTED NON-GRAFTED LEAVE PROTECTIVE WRAPPING/ COVER ON TREE TRUNK UNTIL PLANTING REMOVE ADVENTITIOUS ROOTS FROM NEWLY EXPOSED PORTION OF TREE TRUNK LEAVE PROTECTIVE WRAPPING/ COVER ON TREE TRUNK UNTIL PLANTING REMOVE ADVENTITIOUS ROOTS FROM NEWLY EXPOSED PORTION OF TREE TRUNK CAREFULLY REMOVE ANY SOIL ABOVE BOTTOM 13 OF GRAFT CAREFULLY LOCATE TOP OF ROOT CROWN WITH BLUNT HAND TOOLS TO DETERMINE FULL HEIGHT OF GRAFT. REPLACE SOIL TO BOTTOM ONE THIRD OF GRAFT AS SHOWN. CAREFULLY REMOVE ANY SOIL HIGHER THAN 1'' ABOVE TOP OF ROOT CROWN CAREFULLY LOCATE TOP OF ROOT CROWN WITH BLUNT HAND TOOLS TO DETERMINE LOCATION OF TOP OF ROOT CROWN. REPLACE SOIL AROUND TRUNK TO FINAL TOP ROOTBALL. GRADE AS SHOWN.GRAFT1''PLANT SPACING AS SPECIFIED PLANTING PIT TO BE PER SPECIFICATIONS AMENDED BACKFILL PER SPECIFICATIONS REMOVE POTS PRIOR TO PLANTING APPLY SPECIFIED MULCH 112" - 3" DEEP. SEE SPECIFICATIONS. MULCH DEPTH AROUND PLANT BASE MAY BE THINNER. DO NOT BURY PLANTS WITH MULCH. 151 2" FOR PLANTING LAYOUT EDGE OF BED, CURB, OR WALK PLANT LOCATION NOTE: ALIGN FRONT ROW PARALLEL TO BED LINE A B C D 6''5''6''6''6'' 8''7''6''8''8'' 12'' 12'' 8'' 10'' 12'' 18''9''18''18'' 24'' 24'' 18'' 21'' 24'' 30''26''15''30''30'' 36''31''30''36''36'' 48'' 48'' 30'' 42'' 48'' 60''52''36''60''60''CCCBD A60°AD PLANT SPACING NOTES: 1. SET ALL EDGING 1'' ABOVE FINISH GRADE AS SHOWN. 2. EDGING SHALL ABUT ALL CONCRETE CURBS AND WALKS PERPENDICULAR, AND FLUSH W/ GRADES OF CONCRETE. 3. ALL JOINTS TO BE SECURELY STAKED. 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL CUT TOP EDGE(S) AS NEEDED TO BE PARALLEL WITH GRADE. SPECIFIED METAL STAKES SPECIFIED STEEL EDGING LAWN AS SPECIFIED 1'' MIN.SHRUB BED W/ SPECIFIED MULCH DEPTH SPECIFIED LANDSCAPE FABRIC - ROLL EDGE UNDER EDGING AS SHOWN EXISTING GRADE CUT GRADE AT UPHILL SIDE OF ROOTBALL SET TREE PLUM TO LEVEL NOTES: 1. REFER TO VARIOUS SPECIFIC TREE INSTALLATION DETAILS FOR STAKING, GUYING, MULCHING, ETC. 2. THIS INSTALLATION SHALL APPLY TO ALL TREE TYPES AND SIZES PLANTED ON SLOPES LESS THAN 2:1. FILL DOWNHILL SIDE OF ROOTBALL. COVER EXPOSED ROOTBALL 6" MIN. 2 MAX 2 MAX 1 1 2'-0'' MIN. 1" MIN. CONCRETE CURB OR SIDEWALK (IF APPLICABLE) APPLY MULCH SPECIFIED DEPTH (MIN. 3") REMOVE CONTAINER FILL PIT WITH SPCIFIED SOIL MIX. NOTES: 1. ANY BROKEN OR CRUMBLING ROOTBALLS WILL BE REJECTED. 2. REMOVING THE CONTAINERS WILL NOT BE AN EXCUSE FOR DAMAGED ROOTBALLS. 3. HOLD GRADE 1'' BELOW EDGE OF WALK OR CURB PRUNE ALL DAMAGED OR DEAD WOOD IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO PLANTING. SET SHRUB 1" HIGHER THAN THE GRADE AT WHICH IT GREW. DIG PLANT PIT TWICE AS WIDE AS THE CONTAINER, MIN. ROUGHEN SIDES OF PLANT PIT SCORE SIDES OF ROOTBALL OF ROOTBOUND PLANTS ONLY. 2 X DIAMETER ROOTBALL, MIN. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 6 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT G Page 6 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 48 of 174 48 19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT H Page 1 of 119-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT H Page 1 of 108-19-19 TC PacketPage 49 of 17449 LOT CP 1 10,094.70 sq.ft. LOT CP 2 10,170.51 sq.ft. LOT CP 3 10,266.48 sq.ft. LOT CP 4 6037.14 sq.ft. LOT CP 5 6039.82 sq.ft LOT CP 6 5853.93 sq.ft. LOT CP 7 6407.60 sq.ft. LOT CP 8 6784.50 sq.ft. LOT CP 10 6724.26 sq.ft. LOT CP 11 7707.23 sq.ft. LOT CP 12 8316.69 sq.ft.LOT CP 13 10,043.45 sq.ft. LOT CP 14 8385.86 sq.ft. LOT CP 9 7417.85 sq.ft.CP Open Space A Amends OS A - Rodeo Place Subdivision Rec. 540522 45,013.31 sq.ft. 1.03 acres +/- CP Open Space 1 5247.02 sq.ft. CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- Parcel 1 207,314 sq. ft. 4.76 acres ± Parcel 2 75,545 sq. ft. 1.73 acres ± Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Coffey Place Subdivision Amends Portions of Rodeo Place Subdivision, The Entryway Master Subdivision Plat and Lots 2S and 2M of Seven Star Subdivision Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 100' 0 50 100 200 Title: Overview Coffey Place SubdivisionRevision#Sheet No.Portions Rodeo Place Subdivision,The Entryway Master Subdivision Platand Seven Star Subdivision Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.0014 CF Oct 20 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 1 6Of : --PLS: ”” ” ” ” ” Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM Scotth@sgm-inc.com “” ’ ’ 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 1 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 1 of 608-19-19 TC Packet Page 50 of 174 50 LOT CP 1 10,094.70 sq.ft. LOT CP 2 10,170.51 sq.ft. LOT CP 3 10,266.48 sq.ft. LOT CP 4 6037.14 sq.ft. LOT CP 5 6039.82 sq.ft LOT CP 6 5853.93 sq.ft. LOT CP 7 6407.60 sq.ft. LOT CP 8 6784.50 sq.ft. LOT CP 10 6724.26 sq.ft. LOT CP 11 7707.23 sq.ft. LOT CP 12 8316.69 sq.ft. LOT CP 13 10,043.45 sq.ft. LOT CP 14 8385.86 sq.ft. LOT CP 9 7417.85 sq.ft. CP Open Space A Amends OS A - Rodeo Place Subdivision Rec. 540522 45,013.31 sq.ft. 1.03 acres +/- CP Open Space 1 5247.02 sq.ft. CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- Center Line 36.0' Easement Coffey Place Lane CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- Parcel 1 207,314 sq. ft. 4.76 acres ± Parcel 2 75,545 sq. ft. 1.73 acres ± - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE LOT CP 4 6037.14 sq.ft. LOT CP 5 6039.82 sq.ft LOT CP 6 5853.93 sq.ft. Coffey Place Subdivision Building Envelope and Easement Detail Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Building Envelope and Easement DetailRevision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionBuilding Envelope and Easement DetailTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 2 6Of : --PLS: Access Easement Detail 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 2 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 2 of 608-19-19 TC Packet Page 51 of 174 51 Coffey Place Subdivision Adjoining & Fathering Subdivisions Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 200' 0 100 200 400 Title: Exhibit Adjoining & Fathering SubdivisionsRevision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionAdjoining & Fathering SubdivisionTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 3 6Of : --PLS: 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 3 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 3 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 52 of 174 52 LOT CP 1 10,094.70 sq.ft. LOT CP 2 10,170.51 sq.ft. LOT CP 3 10,266.48 sq.ft. LOT CP 4 6037.14 CP Open Space A Amends OS A - Rodeo Place Subdivision Rec. 540522 45,013.31 sq.ft. 1.03 acres +/- - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH Coffey Place Subdivision Lots CP 1 thru CP 3 Amends Open Space A of Rodeo Place Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 30' 0 15 30 60 Title: Coffey Place Lots CP1 thru CP3Revision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionAmends Open Space Aof Rodeo Place Subdivision,Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 91004J-17 HS February 8, 2019 SH CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 4 6Of : --PLS: 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 4 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 4 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 53 of 174 53 LOT CP 1 10,094.70 sq.ft. sq.ft. LOT CP 4 6037.14 sq.ft. LOT CP 5 6039.82 sq.ft LOT CP 6 5853.93 sq.ft. LOT CP 7 6407.60 sq.ft. LOT CP 8 6784.50 sq.ft. CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE Coffey Place Subdivision Lots CP 4 thru CP 8 Amends Portions of Lot 5, The Entryway Master Subdivision Plat Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Coffey Place Subdivision Lots CP4 thru CP8Revision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionPortions of Lot 5Entryway Master Subdivision,Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 CF Oct 20, 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 5 6Of : --PLS: DESCRIPTION LOT 5 REMAINDER 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 5 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 5 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 54 of 174 54 LOT CP 8 6784.50 sq.ft. LOT CP 10 6724.26 sq.ft. LOT CP 11 7707.23 sq.ft. LOT CP 12 8316.69 sq.ft. LOT CP 13 10,043.45 sq.ft. LOT CP 14 8385.86 sq.ft. LOT CP 9 7417.85 sq.ft. CP Open Space 1 5247.02 sq.ft. CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- CP Open Space 2 123,110.78 sq.ft. 2.75 acres +\- - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - LINE TABLE - LINE #BEARING DISTANCE - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH Coffey Place Subdivision Lots CP 9 thru CP 14 Amends Portions of Lots 2M and 2S Seven Star Subdivision Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Coffey Place Sub. Lots CP9 thru CP14Revision#Sheet No.Coffey Place SubdivisionPortions of Lot 2M and Lot 2SSeven Star SubdivisionTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. CoffeyPlace_FP190331118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: 6 6Of : --PLS: ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 6 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 6 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT I Page 6 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 55 of 174 55 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 20'0102040Title:Lots CP1-CP3Grading & Paving PlanRevision#Dwg No.COFFEY PLACE Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WCPROGRESS SET 05.23.2019JWHCoffeyPl-GradingRM118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:C.1.05 50Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 1 of 319-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 1 of 308-19-19 TC PacketPage 56 of 17456 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 20'0102040Title:Lots CP4-CP8Grading & Paving PlanRevision#Dwg No.COFFEY PLACE Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WCPROGRESS SET 05.23.2019JWHCoffeyPl-GradingRM118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:C.1.06 50Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 2 of 319-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 2 of 308-19-19 TC PacketPage 57 of 17457 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 20'0102040Title:Lots CP9-CP14Grading & Paving PlanRevision#Dwg No.COFFEY PLACE Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WCPROGRESS SET 05.23.2019JWHCoffeyPl-GradingRM118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:C.1.07 50Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 3 of 319-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT J Page 3 of 308-19-19 TC PacketPage 58 of 17458 Open Space A75545 sq.ft.1.734 acres +/-Site- VICINITY MAP -SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 FeetScott A. HemmenColorado PLS # 38182For, and on behalf of SGMImprovement Survey PLatOpen Space A, Rodeo Place Subdivision Town of Snowmass VillageSituated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M.Pitkin County, ColoradoApproved:Graphic ScaleIn U.S. Feet : 1" = 30'0153060Title:ImprovementSurveyPlatRevision#Sheet No.A Portion of Open Space A, Rodeo Place Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:2018-402.0014CFOct 20 2018SHRodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:Of :--PLS:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT K Page 1 of 619-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT K Page 1 of 608-19-19 TC PacketPage 59 of 17459 Open Space A75545 sq.ft.1.734 acres +/-Site- VICINITY MAP -SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 FeetScott A. HemmenColorado PLS # 38182For, and on behalf of SGMImprovement Survey PLatOpen Space A, Rodeo Place Subdivision Town of Snowmass VillageSituated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M.Pitkin County, ColoradoApproved:Graphic ScaleIn U.S. Feet : 1" = 30'0153060Title:ImprovementSurveyPlatRevision#Sheet No.A Portion of Open Space A, Rodeo Place Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:2018-402.0014CFOct 20 2018SHRodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:Of :--PLS:19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT K Page 2 of 619-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT K Page 2 of 608-19-19 TC PacketPage 60 of 17460 Lot 5 Entryway Master Plan Town of Snowmass Village 509,391sq.ft. 11.964 acres +/- Rec.No. 616370 - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Improvement Survey Plat A Portion of Lot 5, Entryway Master Subdivision Plat, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Improvement Survey PlatRevision#Sheet No.Lot 5Entryway Master Subdivision,Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 CF Oct 20, 2018 .. RodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: Of : --PLS: Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 3 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 3 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 61 of 174 61 Lot 5 Entryway Master Plan Town of Snowmass Village 509,391sq.ft. 11.964 acres +/- Rec.No. 616370 - CURVE TABLE - CURVE #ARC LENGTH RADIUS DELTA ANGLE CHORD BEARING CHORD LENGTH Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Improvement Survey Plat A Portion of Lot 5, Entryway Master Subdivision Plat, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 50' 0 25 50 100 Title: Improvement Survey PlatRevision#Sheet No.Lot 5Entryway Master Subdivision,Town of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 CF Oct 20, 2018 .. RodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: Of : --PLS: Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 4 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 4 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 62 of 174 62 Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Open Space BRec. No. 540522Lot 5 Entryway Master Plan Town of Snowmass Village 509,391sq.ft. 11.964 acres +/- Rec.No. 616370 Improvement Survey Plat Lot 2M and Lot 2S, Amended Plat of Lot 2 Seven Star Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 40' 0 20 40 80 Title: Improvement Survey PlatRevision#Sheet No.Lot 2M and Lot 2SSeven Star SubdivisionTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. RodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: Of : --PLS: Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 5 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 5 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 63 of 174 63 Site - VICINITY MAP - SCALE: 1 Inch = 2000 Feet Open Space BRec. No. 540522Lot 5 Entryway Master Plan Town of Snowmass Village 509,391sq.ft. 11.964 acres +/- Rec.No. 616370 Improvement Survey Plat Lot 2M and Lot 2S, Amended Plat of Lot 2 Seven Star Subdivision, Town of Snowmass Village, Situated in Section 31, T. 9 S., R. 85 W. of the 6th P.M. Pitkin County, Colorado Approved: Graphic Scale In U.S. Feet : 1" = 40' 0 20 40 80 Title: Improvement Survey PlatRevision#Sheet No.Lot 2M and Lot 2SSeven Star SubdivisionTown of Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No. Drawn by: Date: File: 2018-402.001 cf 20 Oct 2018 .. RodeoPlace Housing ECM SlopeAnalysis118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200Glenwood Springs, CO 81601970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By: Of : --PLS: Scott A. Hemmen Colorado PLS # 38182 For, and on behalf of SGM 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 6 of 6 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT K Page 6 of 6 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 64 of 174 64 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT L Page 1 of 5 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 65 of 174 65 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT L Page 2 of 5 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 66 of 174 66 Page 1 of 1 KL&A, Inc. 215 N. 12th Street, Unit E Carbondale, Colorado 81623 Telephone: (970) 927-5174 March 14, 2019 Town of Snowmass Village c/o Charles Cunniffe Architects 610 East Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611 Attn: Chad Molloconi Re: Coffey Place Housing – Slope stability Dear Chad, KL&A has been retained as the Structural Engineer of Record for the Coffey Place Housing project, which consists of multiple housing units in Snowmass Village on 3 lots. We have received the letter by HP Kumar dated March 13, 2019 which discusses the slope stability at each of the lots. The letter indicates only limited potential slope instability on lot C during construction, and otherwise indicates that no increase in slope instability will be created by the project. As the structural engineer, KL&A can design the new structures to resist the localized soil pressures that are imparted on the structures. Any temporary instabilities during construction will need to be mitigated and will be the responsibility of the contractor. Please let me know if there are any questions. Sincerely, Dan Doherty, P.E. Principal 03/14/2019 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT L Page 3 of 5 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 67 of 174 67 51 Eagle Road #2 1000 Dolores Way, Suite A P O Drawer 5400 Carbondale, Avon, Colorado 81620 Colorado 81623 t. 970.949.5152 t. 970.963.3558 f. 970.949.4379 f. 970.963.3179 www.ranelson.com www.ranelson.com Creating opportunities and building lasting relationships since 1976. May 22, 2019 Town of Snowmass Village c/o Charles Cunniffe Architects Attn: Chad Molloconi 610 East Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611 chadm@cunniffe.com Re: Coffey Place Housing – Slope Stability & Shoring Dear Chad, We have reviewed the drawings and documents provided in the Exhibit A RFP package dated 3/22/2019 and it is our recommendation that permanent and temporary shoring is utilized for the excavation of buildings 1, 2, and 3 on Lot C. Our proposed shoring layout is attached to this letter. Layback excavation is not feasible for these buildings due to the steep slope, proximity to property lines, and proximity to existing residences. A 1:1 layback excavation would not catch existing grade within the limits of the property. Permanent shoring to the north of the buildings will allow us to contain mass excavation within the limits of the property, mitigate slope stability risks associated with layback excavation, and reduce lateral loads on the building foundation. Temporary shoring to the east and west of the buildings will also allow us to contain mass excavation within the limits of the property. We anticipate no issues with slope stability during construction by utilizing the proposed permanent and temporary shoring methods. Sincerely, Preconstruction Manager RA Nelson 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT L Page 4 of 5 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 68 of 174 68 Graphic ScaleIn Feet: 1" = 20'0102040Title:Lots CP1-CP3Grading & Paving PlanRevision#Dwg No.COFFEY PLACE Snowmass Village, ColoradoJob No.Drawn by:Date:File:PE:QC:91004J-17WCPROGRESS SET 03.21.2019JWHCoffeyPl-GradingXX118 West Sixth Street, Suite 200 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.1004 www.sgm-inc.com Date By:C.1.07 48Of :Preliminary Not For ConstructionProject Milestone:Preliminary03/21/2019 3:58:50 PM7896':7885' = 11'7892':7885' = 7'7900':7885' = 15'7905':7885' = 20'7910':7885' = 25'7910':7885' = 25'7885':7905' = 20'7885':7900' = 15'7885':7895' = 10'7885':7890' = 5'7889':7885' = 4'7895':7885' = 10'7900':7885' = 15'7904':7885' = 19'7905':7885' = 20'7885':7905' = 20'7885':7900' = 15'7885':7895' = 10'7885':7890' = 5'128'-10"63'-10"53'-0"49'-2"62'-0 "42'-10"Permanent MicropileShoring, typ.Permanent MicropileShoring, typ.Temporary MicropileShoring, typ.Temporary MicropileShoring, typ.Temporary MicropileShoring, typ.Temporary MicropileShoring, typ.CONCEPTUAL SHORING PLAN19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT L Page 5 of 519-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT L Page 5 of 508-19-19 TC PacketPage 69 of 17469 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT M Page 1 of 3 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 70 of 174 70 19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT M Page 2 of 308-19-19 TC PacketPage 71 of 17471 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT M Page 3 of 3 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 72 of 174 72 08-19-19 TC PacketPage 73 of 17473 From: John Mele <JMele@roaringforkfire.org> - ROARING FORK FIRE RESCUE Sent: Monday, June 24, 2019 2:53 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Subject: Re: DEVELOPMENT REVIEW TEAM Coffey Place Jim, In regards to the proposed Coffey Place we have the following comments: 1.The proposed new roadway requires an adequate emergency access "turn around" which is indicated as a "T" style access in the site plan and located between two structures at the end of the street. This emergency access was not our first choice in design but we realize the constraints placed on this proposal due to the surrounding wetlands. As such, we need assurance that this emergency access is maintained year round and able to withstand the imposed loads of fire apparatus weighing 80,000 lbs. This access should be assured in some manner and not become overflow parking, playground or other storage. It must remain free and clear of obstructions. 2. An additional fire hydrant is to be located along this roadway and will be required prior to any combustible construction of housing. 3. We recommend non-combustible exterior siding and decks in an effort to minimize potential loss from potential wildfires. Sincerely, John T. Mele Fire Marshal 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT N Page 1 of 1 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 74 of 174 74 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970.923.2543 www.tosv.com e-mail: transport@tosv.com TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT MEMO To: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner From: David Peckler, Transportation Director CC: Date: June 25, 2019 Re: Review of Coffee Place Submission I have reviewed the materials on Coffee Place. I have only comments on the pedestrian access to transit. In the application it states that “The location of Coffee Place Housing is in walkable proximity to the regional and local services.” I agree with the general concepts in the Trail Connection Diagram, but I would like to see a well-designed, hard- surface trail that connects the development to the Recreation Center and Town Park Station. In the Trail Connection Diagram a “New Pedestrian Connection to Park” is shown. I believe that this pedestrian connection would become a commuter pathway that should be serviced year-round. I believe that by working with the Recreation Department, a good pathway from Stallion Circle that connects to the Recreation Center and Town Park Station can be developed. This would provide year-round access to local and regional transit services at Town Park station. A trail or sidewalk along Stallion Circle would provide a safe walking path outside of the roadway and benefit both the existing and proposed employee housing complexes. If there can be a modification to the Hike, Bike, Horse Trail (Modified Route) shown in the Trail Connection Diagram so that it can service commuting pedestrians along Stallion Circle, it could be a benefit to multiple users. David Peckler Transportation Director 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT O Page 1 of 1 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 75 of 174 75 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970.923.3777 www.tosv.com TO: JULIE ANN WOODS, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JIM WAHLSTROM, SENIOR PLANNER FROM: ANNE MARTENS, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS SUBJECT: COFFEY PLACE – MAY 2019 SUBMITTAL DATE: JUNE 25, 2019 CC: CLINT KINNEY, TOWN MANAGER In reference to the Coffey Place Housing application for subdivision plat and Amendment to Zoning submitted in May 2019 the following comments are being submitted: Comments: 1.Project Narrative:Paragraph #4 – Lots 4 -14 –States “The proposed driveway to lots 9-14 have limited disturbance on the existing wetlands.” However, I believe it should read “on the wetlands setback”, which is acceptable as it is not a structure but a parking area. It is important to have permanent storm water BMP’s installed to insure proper water quality protection. 2.Project Narrative: Paragraph #5 discusses the trails that run nearby. These trails should have easements indicated on the plat map and indicate use, purpose and ownership. 3.Review Standard Response: Public Trails Section – The proposed trails and relocated trails should be mapped in to indicate locations and easements provided. The trails should also be adequate in size to handle the appropriate maintenance equipment and access needs. 4.Review Standard Response: Water Supply, Sewage Disposal, Solid Waste Disposal and Utilities – a.Details regarding the lift station operation, maintenance, and responsibility should be spelled out in the HOA declarations. b. Each residence is responsible for subscribing to the community dumpster service and the curbside collection is optional at this time. 5.Review Standard Response - Off Street Parking – It is acceptable that the parking requirement is met by utilizing the driveways for parking, even with some of the area being in the ROW. The parking is not in the roadway. 6.Review Standards Response – Building design guidelines to preserve community character. The proposed neighborhood sign will need to be reviewed for placement to ensure that it does not interfere with site distance or other factors. 7.Construction Management Plan – The contractor needs to take into consideration annual road weight restriction (March 15 to June 15) and the restriction of work within the Road Right of Way (October 15 to April 15). 8.Construction Management Plan – Site Security, Parking and BMPs – An active maintenance of the roadway mitigating tracked debris needs to include street sweeping by an enclosed sweeper to manage dust control. 9.DHM Landscape Design Narrative – Irrigation Design and Concept - private property areas, common areas and ROW. 10.CIVIL REVIEW – Final plan review and approval of civil plans will be required prior to Final Development Approval and issuance of a ROW Permit. 11.CIVIL REVIEW – A right of way permit will be required for all work within the Road Right of Way. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT P Page 1 of 2 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 76 of 174 76 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970.923.3777 www.tosv.com 12.CIVIL Plans – Sheet C0.03 General Roadway Note #8.1: No roadway closures are permitted without prior approval from the Public Works Department. 13.CIVIL plans – Sheet C0.03 Shallow Utilities note: 33: All Comcast cable pedestal locations to be approved by the Town to insure no concerns with snow removal or storage. 14.CIVIL Plans – General comment – All curb and gutter removal and replacement needs to be from concrete joint to concrete joint and dowel connections. 15.CIVIL Plans – General comment – All street cuts need to straight saw cut removal and t-patch mill replacement. 16.CIVIL Plans – Sheet C 1.02 – All grading between existing lots and proposed development needs drainage swales to ensure drainage is not directed towards structures or adjacent properties. 17.CIVIL Plans – Plat Sheet 2 of 6 a.The connection between the driveway and Stallion Circle needs to clarify to ensure there is platted access easement to the proposed developed area. b.The 30’ Sanitation, and water easement above the existing Lot 9 need to be clarified as it appears to be incorrectly mapped. c.The CP Open Space 1 parcel ownership, access and maintenance responsibility needs to be clearly indicated as this is a major storm drainage corridor. d.All trail easements should mapped with use and access indicated. 18.Landscape plans – It is recommended that irrigation for lots adjacent to Public Roads have irrigation systems installed to back of curb and gutter, similar to the adjacent subdivision. It does not make sense to the ROW portion of the landscaped areas to be managed by the HOA. However, the Town is not responsible for any damages to infrastructure placed within the ROW. 19.Landscaping Plans – The landscaping plans will need a final review to ensure that site distance is adequate and no large landscaping is placed within the Public ROW. 20.Landscaping Plans – Snow storage needs to be indicated and provided not only on the lots but also for the public roadways. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT P Page 2 of 2 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 77 of 174 77 Dan Prenzlow, Director, Colorado Parks and Wildlife • Parks and Wildlife Commission: Taishya Adams • Robert W. Bray • Charles Garcia • Marie Haskett Carrie Besnette Hauser • John Howard • Marvin McDaniel, Acting Vice-Chair • Luke B. Schafer • Eden Vardy • James Vigil, Secretary • Michelle Zimmerman, Acting Chair Director’s Office 1313 Sherman St., Suite 618 Denver, CO 80203 P 303.866.3203 | F 303.866.3206 June 26, 2019 Jim Wahlstrom Community Development Department 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Town’s Coffey Place Housing Project Dear Jim, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has reviewed the proposed land use application for Town’s Coffey Place Housing Project. The applicant is requesting approval for a proposed subdivision and rezoning of the planned Town’s Coffey Place Housing project adjacent to the Rodeo Place Housing and the Seven Star property. CPW has assessed the potential wildlife impacts based on the Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Species Activity Maps (SAM).These maps indicate that this site is within a ¼ mile of Elk Severe Winter Range, Elk Winter Concentration Areas and Elk and Mule Deer Winter Ranges. They also indicated that this site is within a Black Bear Fall Concentration Area and conflicts may occur. CPW recommends the following to help minimize conflicts with Black Bears: - Install round handled door knobs on all exterior doors. - Prohibit all berry, nut, and fruit producing trees or shrubs for landscaping. - Use only bear proof dumpsters and store trash securely until morning of pickup. - During construction all food trash must be stored in a bear proof container or taken off site at each day’s end. - Contractors should not be allowed to take dogs on site during construction. Loose or uncontrolled dogs can have significant impact to wildlife including direct and indirect mortality, increased stress and disturbance, and displacement to less preferred ranges. It is important that all dogs are leashed or under human supervision when outside. 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT Q Page 1 of 2 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 78 of 174 78 Additionally it is recommended that construction is not permitted from December 1st through March 31st due to the fact that this residence is within ¼ mile of Elk Severe Winter Range and Winter Concentration Areas. CPW understands that this limits the window of construction time, however due to the location of this residence and the potential to greatly impact wildlife in and around the proposed project, CPW feel that these regulations should be highly considered. Colorado Parks and Wildlife appreciates the opportunity to comment on this project. If there are any questions or need for additional information don’t hesitate to contact District Wildlife Manager, Kurtis Tesch at (970) 948-1662. Sincerely, Matt Yamashita, Area Wildlife Manager Cc. Kurtis Tesch, District Wildlife Manager 19-10 TCOrd EXHIBIT Q Page 2 of 2 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 79 of 174 79 From: Laurie Smith – POLICE, ANIMAL SERVICES Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2019 1:46 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Cc: Brian Olson <BOlson@tosv.com> Subject: Re: Town's Coffey Place Housing Project - CPW Comments Jim, We see CPW’s dog recommendation & we agree. Laurie Smith & Tina White Snowmass Village Animal Services X242 Sent from my iPhone On Jun 26, 2019, at 13:16, Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> wrote: Matt, Thank you for the CPW’s review comments. We will forward to the applicant representatives and other affected review agencies by copy of this message. The CPW comments will be included and referenced in the staff report and packet to the Town’s Planning Commissioners and Town Council members. Thanks again for the input. Jim Jim Wahlstrom, AICP, MPCD Senior Planner Town of Snowmass Village From: Yamashita - DNR, Matt <matt.yamashita@state.co.us> Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2019 12:12 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Cc: Kurtis Tesch - DNR <kurtis.tesch@state.co.us> Subject: Town's Coffey Place Housing Project - CPW Comments Jim, My apologies for submitting this late. It got temporarily lost in the mix. Attached are CPW's comments regarding this project. Matt Matt Yamashita Area Wildlife Manager P 970.947.2931 | F 970.947.2936 | C 970.989.8617 0088 Wildlife Way, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 matt.yamashita@state.co.us | cpw.state.co.us 19-10 TC Ord EXHIBIT R Page 1 of 1 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 80 of 174 80 19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT SPage 1 of 208-19-19 TC PacketPage 81 of 17481 19-10 TCOrdEXHIBIT SPage 2 of 208-19-19 TC PacketPage 82 of 17482 From: MIchelle Wilson <snowmassv@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, July 15, 2019 10:17 AM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Cc: Cindy Ford <CFord@tosv.com> Subject: Fwd: Proposed Site Plan Coffey place Lot CP 3 Hello- I am writing in about one of the proposed sites that I have attached to this email. It is the lot CP 3 (where it says "open space" ) First, I would like to say that when this neighborhood was designed and we all attended the proposal of it, then the final draft and the lottery, this space was supposed to actually be open space. (at least that is how it was explained to us) I am in the unit LOT 2 which is located next to the proposed site. When I won the lottery and picked out my place, I picked it out due to the open space next to it. (and also because it was awesome!) Joe Coffey told me that this would not change because I asked him more than several times about it. When they built phase 2, I asked him again, just to make sure, and the answer was again no we will not be building on the site. Then I saw the plans for the new buildings and talked with Joe right before he passed and brought up that he always told me that it would not be built on and he said well I know we have always said that but now plans may change. (?) I have also asked some of my neighbors about this and they said it was explained to them by Joe the same way. They referred to the original plans and even the plans now that say "open space" I just wanted to write in about what was said to us and was written on the plans and is now maybe changing. I hope this may influence your decision. Another couple of things that were brought up in talking with my neighbors was that this space is not only beautiful with wild flowers, but this is where snow is plowed to in the winter and stored. They commented about it being a "green" space that they and myself enjoy looking at. The houses across from it are concerned with run off because they are both having to use pumps so their basements will not fill with water. We are also concerned with the stability of the soil...We had a mini mud slide this spring from water draining down the hill toward my unit and my attached neighbor. My unit is the only one that is built into the side of the hill with a retaining wall and so my back bedroom window is at soil level in the back-- -so when the mud started to slide it really freaked me out. (it was small but ...) We heard that there was a mud/soil slide in the Crossings a couple years back---is it ok to disturb more of this hill to build? There are 2 transformers on the "open space" which would make sense that it probably was planned to be "open space". Nonetheless I just wanted to write in and at least have you hear what we were told and what we are thinking. Thank you and happy planning. Please feel free to call me 9709487459 Michelle Wilson (and neighbors) 148 Stallion Circle ATTACHMENT 3 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 83 of 174 83 August 9, 2019 Dear Jim, Per the public notice we received, we are submitting these written comments for inclusion in the staff report prior to the public hearing on August 19, 2019 for the Town Council to consider the Coffey Place Housing application, and proposed amendments to the Official Zone District Map. (Please note, we are sending these written comments 10 days prior to the public hearing.) We are all writing as owners of townhouses and houses in Rodeo Place. We love living in Snowmass Village, and we love the Rodeo Place neighborhood. We are happy that the Town is building more opportunities for people of all income levels to live a quality life in Snowmass Village, and we are generally supportive of new housing in this neighborhood. We have read through the majority of meeting minutes for all Town Council meetings that involved the original development of Rodeo Place. The recurring themes expressed during those meetings – by neighbors, Town Council, and the planning department – were of creating a development with low density, open space for wildlife, preserving view planes for surrounding neighborhoods and incoming traffic to Snowmass, and minimizing building on 30+ degree slopes. In fact, the original development was revised after public comments to reduce the number of lots by one to lower the density, preserve view planes, and increase open space. We have reviewed the public notice and proposals for Coffey Place and have the following comments and concerns. Affordability We were shocked to read about the proposed prices of townhouses and houses in the new Coffey Place development, ranging from $523K to $824K. We are all residents of Rodeo Place, and the starting prices of our townhouses and homes were half of the starting prices of these new homes. We are dismayed to see such high prices – wages have certainly not doubled over the last few years – and are wondering how many Snowmass Village residents and employees will actually qualify for such housing. Residents, employers, employees, and members of the public have gone before the town council to ask for affordable employee housing in Snowmass Village, urging the town to address the impact of Base Village and the growing employee base here. But, in our view, only a narrow sliver of employees working in this town will be able to afford a two-bedroom townhouse for $523,000. The sales price for the same townhouse in Rodeo Place, in January of this year, was $270,812. The sales price for the last single family home to be built at Rodeo Place was $265,000. Also, with a $250K income cap, who will be able to afford the down-payment and mortgage for an $824K home? Why are these same homes, in the same location, now so much more expensive to build only a few years later? If Snowmass Village employees 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 84 of 174 84 do not qualify, will the town then sell its subsidized housing stock to Pitkin County workers? Surely this is not the goal of the TOSV housing program. We also understand that the smaller townhouses are meant to be options for older Crossings owners to downsize, so that the town can free up those larger Crossings homes for families. We have doubt that such owners will want to downsize to a townhouse that is one-third of the size and yet costs almost as much as their single family home. Rodeo Place is an incredible neighborhood with a fantastic mix of employees and families. We were hoping the new stock of employee housing at Coffey Place would provide the same type of opportunities for our dedicated employees, colleagues, and residents to own a home in Snowmass Village. We have heard over and over that their dreams have been dashed by these unattainable prices. We urge the Town Council to reconsider the cost of Coffey Place and honestly ask who will ultimately bear that cost and who will ultimately come to own these homes. Parking and Storage We are concerned about the availability of parking on property (in driveways and garages), and we think that there is not enough available to accommodate the number of cars that will be in each home. Because these units will be sold at high prices, we anticipate most homebuyers will require two incomes or a roommate to afford the mortgage – multiple owners and workers means multiple cars per unit. The units are also built without adequate storage, which impacts parking. When units have inadequate storage, owners have to use their garages for equipment storage rather than for parking, forcing the cars out onto the driveways and streets. A simple solution to this would be to create outdoor sheds (perhaps along the side of the house or townhouse) to store skis, bicycles, and other equipment that are commonly used by Snowmass Village owners – this would allow the garages to be used for their intended purpose, to house cars. Open Space "Platted vs. Zoned” and Density Applicant states that Open Space A was “platted” but never “zoned” as open space. While it is true that the zoning was never changed on the Open Space A parcel once the development was approved (an error made by the Town, it appears), the Town has always intended this space to be – and has always treated this space as – true open space. In the meeting minutes of past Town Council meetings where the Rodeo Place development was originally discussed, the applicant (the Town), the neighbors, and the developers all cited the need for open space as part of the plan, to protect view planes, keep density low, and protect areas for wildlife. 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 85 of 174 85 Several open space parcels were created as part of Rodeo Place (Open Space B is the second one; the others surround the creek). Open Space B contains access easements for access across the parcel – importantly, no such easement exists for Open Space A because the Town’s intent was to keep Open Space A as true open space: no park, no access easements (other than utilities), no trails, no development of the parcel whatsoever. Multiple homeowners around the Open Space A parcel were informed by Joe Coffey that the lot would remain as Open Space, and we know of one unit owner who chose her unit adjacent to open space in reliance on Joe Coffey’s remarks. A development in this open space area, contrary to the original development plans and original intent of the development, flies in the face of representations and promises made to homeowners, the Town, and neighbors. The elimination of Open Space A as open space is not true to the Comprehensive Plan’s requirement that the Town “preserve the quality of existing open space” (emphasis supplied). In addition to the elimination of open space by the development of Open Space A, park space will also be eliminated by the development of five units in proposed lots CP 4- 8. Staff states that this plan is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the Town's Park/Entryway CPA, but we believe the number and density of homes in that section is not consistent with the requirement that the housing be "low density" (four homes completely consume the current park next to the tennis courts), nor is the proposed double elimination of open/park/community spaces (current park space and Open Space A) consistent with the requirement that the development "be representative of Snowmass Village: pastural, open, rural and authentic.” 30 Degree Slopes, Wetlands, Soils Issues As Rodeo Place residents, we have significant concerns about the slopes, wetlands areas, drainage and soils issues. We are not experts, of course, and we write only of our experience living in the neighborhood. One of the owners (Alexis and Dusty Diaz) lives across the street from the proposed Open Space A development. The Diaz’s have a sump pump in their basement running 24 hours per day, with a marine battery backup. Their pump failed two years ago, and in less than one day their basement flooded. Another neighbor across the street from Open Space A had to have rock walls built to redirect drainage to prevent further basement flooding. The fact of the matter is that drainage is already an issue in the neighborhood, and further development, particularly without adequate mitigation, will exacerbate these drainage issues. In the original Rodeo Place plans and public discussions around those plans, it was clear that another intended purpose of Open Space A was to mitigate the number of units built on 30+ degree slopes by adequately spacing those units with open space between them. We see no indication in the plans for adequate drainage, culverts, or other means of channeling the significant amount of water that is naturally absorbed by the current open 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 86 of 174 86 space. It is not lost on us that in the very same public meetings where the original Rodeo Place development was discussed, the Town was also having to deal with the mudslide that had just occurred above the Crossings, causing significant damage to several homes and significant expense to the Town to remedy it. We anticipate the same sorts of mudslides and flooding will be an issue in this development. We also fail to see how new construction, even closer to the wetlands areas, will not have flooding and drainage issues as well. Garbage Crossings residents, Rodeo Place residents, and now the Coffey Place residents do not have garbage/recycling shed service. Residents on this side of Snowmass Village must pay the annual garbage fee (for the garbage sheds supplied in other parts of the Village) but have no corresponding benefit of garbage service. These residents must either drive their garbage over a mile to the nearest shed, or they must pay a (second) fee for home service. This is a significant portion of the Village population, and an even more significant portion of its full-time population. We see nothing in the plans that provides for common garbage and recycling services. This is an environmental issue – home garbage/recycling services are a wasted duplication of services – and also an affordability issue, as we fail to see how requiring employee housing residents to pay twice for garbage service is an affordable solution. We ask that the Town explore requiring adequate garbage and recycling shed services on this side of the Village as part of the Coffey Place approvals. Thank you for your consideration of these issues. Many of us plan to participate in the public meeting on August 19 and are happy to discuss these concerns then or at any time. Again, we appreciate your consideration. Kind regards, Dusty and Alexis Diaz Mark and Linda Chapdelaine Michael and Jo Mallory Naomi Smith Torey Trefz Scott and Lee Ann Vold 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 87 of 174 87 From: Susan Markwood <my81615@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, August 12, 2019 12:49 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Subject: Re: Coffey Place Housing Thank you, Yes but I read they were planning on breaking ground the Fall of 2019 which is coming up quick! It kind of feels like they are planning on building them even though they don't know if they can find qualified buyers. That was our concern. On Mon, Aug 12, 2019 at 12:40 PM Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> wrote: Hello Susan, Thanks for your message. We will make sure to include your message below in the Town Council packet for the hearing and second reading of the ordinance on August 19. The proposal is for re-zonings and a subdivision plat. The primarily focus is on addressing the review standards for those types of applications. Jim From: Susan Markwood <my81615@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, August 12, 2019 11:32 AM To: Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com> Cc: Travis Elliott <TElliott@tosv.com>; council <council@tosv.com>; Julie Ann Woods <JWoods@tosv.com>; Betsy Crum <bcrum@tosv.com> Subject: Re: Coffey Place Housing All, I regret that I will not be able to attend the Council Meeting tonight as you discuss the Coffey Place housing. I did have one question that many of us are discussing, and that is when Rodeo Place was being explored as a potential development, a housing lottery was held well in advance of ground breaking to make sure all of the lots would sell to TOSV employees. Is this the same procedure that will be happening for Coffey Place? With 17 units being priced in between $525,000-$825,000 it would be nice to know that since this is "affordable" TOSV housing, adding to the employee housing pool, that all units will go to TOSV employees. A lottery with financial pre-qualification taking place prior to ground breaking would ensure this happens. Thank you for addressing this issue in the meeting tonight. Thank you, Susan 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 88 of 174 88 From: Susan Markwood <my81615@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, August 7, 2019 11:00 AM To: council <council@tosv.com>; Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com>; Julie Ann Woods <JWoods@tosv.com>; Travis Elliott <TElliott@tosv.com> Subject: Coffey Place Housing Dear All, After reading the article in the Aspen Daily News 8/7/19, I am interested in reading the environmental impact study that relates to the proposed development. Can you please tell me where I could find that information? Also, putting a development in the wetlands that will effect elk and deer winter migration doesn't seem to align with the towns environmental sustainability plan. Please see copy attached. 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In 2017 we developed a schematic plan to add housing in three areas: along Stallion Circle near the entrance to the development, immediately adjacent to the existing tennis courts, and at the northeast portion of the site at the former Seven Star parcel. Based on this plan, the Council appropriated $3.3 million to subsidize development of 17 new housing units on 14 sites. In mid-2018 and following a competitive RFP process we engaged Charles Cunniffe Architects to provide full architectural design and construction oversight services. SGM is providing engineering services and HP Kumar is overseeing the geotechnical work. We also undertook a formal competitive Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a Construction Manager/General Contractor which has led to the selection of R.A. Nelson to undertake the development, thereby completing our team. R.A. Nelson has provided a “Guaranteed Maximum Price” contract based on real-time pricing with their subcontractors and fixed General Condition and Overhead/Profit. PROGRESS TO DATE: Through 2018-19 the Coffey Place team has worked toward developing a single-family homeownership community in the Stallion Circle neighborhood that: 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 114 of 174 114 • Works within the subsidy allocated to the project from the Town in 2017, which was $3.3 million; • Fits into the current neighborhood from a design and density standpoint • Wherever possible, increases the livability of the homes and neighborhood; and • Meets a segment of the market that represents the workforce housing needs in Snowmass Village and serves a range of household sizes and types. The development plan includes rezoning of two of the parcels to Multifamily and subdivision approval, including re-platting. The Snowmass Village Planning Commission recommended approval of the plan with conditions in July and forwarded the application to the Council for its consideration. Coffey Place will consist of 17 new housing units that include: • 6 new two-bedroom duplex units of 1,465 square feet each plus a 510 square foot garage; • 11 new single-family detached units ranging in size from 1,704 to 2,431 square feet each, plus 2-car garages of approximately 625 square feet, all with three- bedrooms; • One of the single-family homes will be fully ADA accessible; • Units are architecturally consistent with both the surrounding Rodeo Place development and the natural contours of the site. • Coffey Place will be controlled and managed by a to-be-formed Homeowner’s Association with its own governance structure. ADDRESSING SITE AND DESIGN CHALLENGES: As with many in-fill projects in mountain towns, there has been no shortage of challenges in “tucking in” housing in the Stallion Circle neighborhood. Rodeo Place built the infrastructure for the neighborhood and developed the sites that were the least challenging. The site has wetlands, soils, and slope issues that have somewhat constrained the site design; however, the team has addressed each one and the final result is appealing, high-quality homes developed in a manner that fits in well with the surrounding neighborhood and natural environment and is consistent with zoning requirements. Soils and Slope Issues: As with the existing Rodeo Place development, the duplex units are adjacent to steep slopes, including those that exceed 30%. Our design team addressed this issue head-on through a collaboration between the geotechnical and structural engineers and the contractor. H.P. Kumar, the soils engineer, has certified that “the existing slopes in the proposed development areas are not prone to instability and the proposed development will not cause greater slope instability…. The development will not increase risk of damage to adjacent properties provided that precautions are taken.” Our structural engineer, KL&A, certifies that “the new structures 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 115 of 174 115 [are designed] to resist the localized soil pressures that are imparted on the structures. Any temporary instabilities during construction will need to be mitigated and will be the responsibility of the contractor.” To round out the approach, R.A. Nelson states: “We anticipate no issues with slope stability during construction by utilizing the proposed permanent and temporary shoring methods.” Notably, Rodeo Place did not utilize permanent shoring, so this approach will provide much greater stabilization after construction. Water Table and Drainage: Test pits were dug several times to assess the water table, most recently this Spring at the time of the largest melt and run-off. The building and civil designs have taken into account both the water table and needed drainage in the areas, and none of the buildings are below the observed water table. Most of the buildings will not include a subsurface basement area. In addition, at the recommendation of the Geotech engineer, deep micropile foundations are being utilized to minimize the impact due to less-than-ideal soil conditions. Traffic, Parking, and Storage: The majority of the feedback received from Rodeo Place residents concerned the number of cars in the community and concerns about adequate parking, storage, and traffic. The team addressed the parking issue in three ways: by meeting the zoning code standard for Coffey Place, we increased the total number of parking spaces to be 1.5 times what was provided for Rodeo Place; we included some “visitor” spaces not assigned to any particular housing unit; and we increased the size of the garages so that larger vehicles would be able to fit inside. Combined with considerably expanded the ground floor storage, garages will be able to both park cars and provide space for equipment, “toys” and the like. We also commissioned a traffic study that concluded: “There is more than enough capacity on the Stallion Circle to handle the current Rodeo Place plus the added Coffey Place traffic.” Access to Town Park: Rodeo Place residents are currently able to access the Town Park through several seasonal dirt footpaths and the horse trail. Coffey Place will enhance this access with the construction of a permanent, year-round path leading from Stallion Circle to the Recreation Center alongside the tennis courts. This will add a safety measure to the winter usage and encourage access to the Town Shuttle at Town Park Station. Wetlands and Wildlife Protection: Because a portion of the site falls within the Brush Creek Impact area, a Brush Creek Impact Study was commissioned and completed by SGM. They summarized: “the Project as currently proposed would have minimal impact on the notable and outstanding values of Brush Creek as identified in the TOSV Comprehensive Plan, and would not adversely affect the TOSV’s stated goal of improving the water quality in Brush Creek from its current status as an “impacted” waterway. Impacts to the values of Brush Creek have been limited and mitigated 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 116 of 174 116 to the maximum extent practical through voluntary siting and design of the building envelopes and associated access facilities.” Although built within an existing residential neighborhood, considerable attention has been given to protecting the surrounding natural environment. Siting of all building envelopes has maintained a 25-foot setback from wetland areas. We have also completed and submitted a Section 404 wetlands permit application; once issued, the permit will include multiple protective stipulations which will be incorporated into the Project’s mandated construction practices. Significantly, we have also included a conservation easement that will delineate and protect the natural habitat within the 25- foot wetlands setback in perpetuity. This will prohibit any additions, alterations or changes to the trails and landscape features and will prohibit any use of fertilizer, pesticides, or any other pollutants. Natural, wetlands-friendly landscaping will further enhance and protect this setback. The removal of existing fences and elimination of any new fencing will also take away the largest potential cause of wildlife mortality on the property, and represents an improvement over current conditions on the site. FINANCIAL IMPACT: It has been many years since a workforce housing development has been built in Snowmass Village, especially one built as single-family detached homes. The last phase of Rodeo Place was built and sold more than 10 years ago, and in that time construction costs have risen substantially in Pitkin County. In those ten years, residential permits in the County have grown from an average of $923,000 in 2008 to $4.3 million in 2017. This growth is unique to our valley, vastly outstripping costs in Colorado as a whole. The complexity of the Coffey Place site has constrained the development and added appreciably to the overall cost. At the same time, great attention was paid to developing appealing and high-quality homes that fit in well with the neighborhood and natural environment. After a competitive bid process and responsible value engineering, the total construction cost is just over $13.3 million in total, equal to $325 per square foot or an average of $782,500 per home. We estimate that design, engineering, construction loan interest rate and other soft costs will add another $1.4 million to the price tag, for a total cost of $14.7 million, or an average of $865,000 per home. By way of comparison, the cost of building in Rodeo Place in 2008/2009 averaged $665,000 per home. That price included building the infrastructure that Coffey Place will also utilize. Given the growth in construction costs in the past ten years and the greater size of the Coffey Place homes, the price difference is well in line with the growth in costs over the same period. The eventual sale price at Rodeo Place was substantially subsidized by the Town, averaging $300,000 per home, or 45%. 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 117 of 174 117 By contrast, the cash subsidy allocated in 2017 to Coffey Place - $3.3 million - averages $194,000/unit, or 22% of the total cost. Allocated on a square foot basis across all 17 units, the subsidy lowered the sale prices between $159,000 and $251,000, depending on the size of the home. We did evaluate the potential of reducing the overall size of the development to save cost, focusing specifically on the units that require excavation and shoring due to steep slopes; however, on a per-home basis that did little to change the eventual sale price and had the disadvantage of resulting in fewer units built. There is no doubt that there is a potential market for Coffey Place. The April 2019 Greater Roaring Fork Regional Housing Study looked at the need specifically in the Snowmass Village/Aspen market. For the income groups that would qualify for this housing, sometimes referred to as “missing middle,” there is a gap of 1,310 housing units. If we assume that 20% of those households would be interested in our housing, we would still have 15 potential applicants for every unit. As confirmation, I have been contacted by many households interested in applying for Coffey Place when it is available. If additional subsidy could be allocated to Coffey Place, it would reduce the eventual cost and increase the number and diversity of potential homebuyers. For example, a subsidy equal to the dollar amount of the earlier Rodeo Place subsidy of $300,000 per home, or $5.1 million, would result in sales prices ranging from the $464,000 to $730,000. This range would be more reflective of the pricing of other similar deed- restricted properties in Town, updated for new construction, greater square footage and amenities such as energy efficiency and modern finishes. The following summarizes the financial impact of Coffey Place as currently structured: CONSTRUCTION USES Construction Costs 12,996,477 88% Construction Contingency 306,778 2% Architectural & Engineering 672,850 5% Owner-paid costs 183,000 1% Financing fees 446,025 3% Owner-paid contingencies 110,000 1% Total Sources $14,715,130 I allocated the subsidy on a square foot basis and projected out final sales prices by building type. The following table also analyzes the minimum income a household would need to earn to be able to get a mortgage to purchase the home. This assumes CONSTRUCTION SOURCES TOSV Subsidy 3,310,000 22% Construction Mortgage 11,405,130 78% Total Sources $14,715,130 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 118 of 174 118 a 10% down-payment and a 30-year mortgage at 4.5% interest. We have not yet established a maximum sale price and asset limit for each, as we want to ensure a wide enough income “band” to have a good number of applicants. We are also looking to incentivize downsizing from larger deed restricted homes, which may affect the asset limit calculations for eligible households. Building # Square Footage interior Beds Baths Square Footage Garage Total Cost Sale Price Subsidy per unit Subsidized Purchase Price down- paymen t @ 10% Mortgage Amount @ 80% Monthly Payment @ 30 yr, 4.5% Minimum Income to purchase Type E 6 1,465 2 2.5 510 710,120 159,733 550,387 55,039 495,348 2,782 111,261 Type D 3 2,037 3 2.5 628 958,213 215,539 742,674 74,267 668,406 3,753 150,132 Type C 2 2,431 3+ 2.5 678 1,117,855 251,449 866,406 86,641 779,766 4,379 175,145 Type B 1 1,704 2 2.0 569 817,268 183,835 633,433 63,343 570,089 3,201 128,049 Type A 5 1,884 3 2.5 634 905,358 203,650 701,708 70,171 631,538 3,546 141,851 APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: The Town Council adopted goals that include supporting a viable workforce and our commitment to workforce housing by exploring opportunities that best balance the character and resources of the Town, with a specific goal to create up to 200 new units of housing that serves our residents. Providing a variety of affordable housing options within the Village not only enables community members to contribute to the local economy, it also helps to build a strong, well connected, and engaged community with a viable workforce. The Housing Department continues to actively pursue the long- standing goal of housing our full-time workforce households that want to live in the community, including developing new opportunities that provide attractive and desirable homeownership opportunities. Coffey Place will provide new homes in close proximity to local amenities and transportation and will offer the benefits of homeownership to seventeen Snowmass Village households with moderate-to-middle incomes. This is also one of the few potential Town-controlled sites for single-family detached housing development. COUNCIL OPTIONS: N/A STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This is an update only. No decisions are required. 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 119 of 174 119 ATTACHMENTS: none 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 120 of 174 120 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: August 12,2019 AGENDA ITEM: Mall Transit Station Design Review PRESENTED BY: David Peckler, Transportation Director BACKGROUND: Staff is providing Council with an update on the Mall Transit Station design work to date. Attached you will find the report from our consultant Short Elliot Hendrickson, Inc (S.E.H.) covering: the public input, the information gathered, the design criteria, the preferred option to date, a rough cost estimate, and project schedule. The report presents the design that covered most of the input on the project while staying close to the proposed budget of roughly $7 million. The major design elements for the project were: • Combine the RFTA and Village Shuttle terminals in one location that is at the Mall level; • Provide RFTA with four bus bays and the Village Shuttle with six bays from which the vehicles can operate as independently as possible; • Accommodate the RFTA MCI vehicles that have a minimum turning radius of 48.4’; • Replace any displaced parking; • Improve the passengers’ waiting experience; • Manage the pedestrian access to the loading platforms to address the pedestrian interface with bus traffic; • Provide for pedestrian access to the Mall from Upper brush Creek Rd.; • Provide public restrooms, information center, and bus driver breakroom; • Address ADA access to the transit station and public parking area 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 121 of 174 121 The Probable Cost estimate was made with input from R A Nelson. The company has experience on projects in our area. FINANCIAL IMPACT: The design work to date has been funded by the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC). The rough cost estimate of the preferred option is $8.711 million. Roughly $6 million remains in funding from the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) for the project. RFTA has proposed to contribute $500,000 construction management to the project as well. Staff has been discussing grant possibilities with the state. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: The project is consistent with the transportation goals in the Comprehensive Plan. COUNCIL OPTIONS: Staff is looking for Council’s input of the design of the project. 1. Approve the design work; 2. Suggest alternatives to the conceptual design; 3. Amend the criteria for the design work; or 4. Terminate the design work STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff would like to have Council’s approval of the Option 4 plan to begin the 30% design work to be able to begin the land use review process. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Item 6B - Town of Snowmass Village Mall Transit Station Feasibility Study 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 122 of 174 122 07/24/2019 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION FEASIBILITY STUDY Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 123 of 174 123 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PROJECT BACKGRO UND + GOALS 01 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study08-19-19 TC Packet Page 124 of 174 124 PROJECT GOALS The primary project goal is to design a new station and bus platform that incorporates the desired number of RFTA and TOSV loading/unloading stops. The stops should consider current & potential future bus sizes, limiting pedestrian traffic & bus conflicts, and should also have separation from public vehicular traffic with bus only access to the platform. The new transit station is to provide new driver facilities, public information and public restrooms located adjacent to the bus loading/ unloading areas. The lower parking level is to replace the existing Lot 6 surface parking lot capacity while including pedestrian and freight elevator access to Mall level above. Delivery vehicle parking and public Kiss & Ride accommodations should also be included within the lower level, with clear access to and from elevators. CONCEPT EVOLUTION The design team, SEH & DHM Design, together with TOSV and other stakeholders, began the process with establishing the primary goals stated above. From there, design iterations and options were created for discussion and review by the Town of Snowmass Village Staff & Bus Operations, RFTA and Mall Owners. The Initial Concept Plans included three design options for both the Upper Level (Mall Level) and Lower Level (Parking Level). The team evaluated bus circulation, loading/ unloading, as well as evaluated pedestrian circulation and how it interacted with the transit station, bus platform and bus operations. This also included the study of pedestrian wayfinding nodes, circulation routes, gathering zones and planting areas. The initial three options were developed through several stakeholder design workshops and were also introduced during a TOSV Public Open House, in which feedback from the public was incorporated into the preferred design option. PREFERRED DESIGN OPTION The Preferred Design Option derived from a combination of several components of the initial concepts. These key features are elements the design team and stakeholders believe to be necessities to the project and reflect the primary goals set forth at the beginning of the Feasibility Study. PROJECT BACKGROUND The Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV), along with other local stakeholders, are interested in redeveloping and revitalizing the existing Snowmass Mall Transit Station. The current facility provides the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) two loading/unloading bus stops as well as two staging, which are utilized as loading/unloading during peak season due to necessity. These are primary regional routes providing transportation to Glenwood Springs and Aspen, with an additional local route to the nearby Intercept Lot located on SH 82. The Town of Snowmass Village Shuttle currently loads/unloads north of the Mall on Daly Lane. The separation of the two transit facilities is less than ideal and both introduce public vehicular traffic among the bus traffic and have sporadic pedestrian crossing interaction with the bus. This Mall Transit Station Feasibility Study had established a collaborative vision to redevelop these existing facilities into a singular loading/unloading platform for both RFTA and TOSV, independent of public vehicle traffic and limited pedestrian and bus interaction. KEY FEATURES • Clear Pedestrian Circulation Paths • Minimize Bus & Pedestrian Circulation • Enhance Mall Entry/Approach • (12) Bus & Shuttle Bays w/ Flexible Bay Sizes • (54) Parking Spaces Min. • Overall Massing & Scale FINAL STEPS The Preferred Design Option incorporates these elements and is to be used as a basis of design moving forward. Additional design details and material selections will need to be provided and reviewed by TOSV and stakeholders during final design. Preliminary Concept Sketch Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 0208-19-19 TC Packet Page 125 of 174 125 OPTION 1 SINGLE PLATFORM OPTION 2 MULTIPLE PLATFORM OPTION 3 PERIMETER PLATFORM | ELEVATOR | STAIR | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | TRANSIT STATION | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAYRFTA BUSTOSV BUS NE | ELEVATOR & STAIR | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | TRANSIT STATION | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAYNERFTA BUS TOSV BUS | MECH/ELEC | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXIS | ELEVATOR | STAIR NE | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXIS NE | ELEVATOR & STAIR | STORAGE | ELEVATOR & STAIR | MECH/ELEC | KISS-N-RIDE | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXIS NE | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAYRFTA BUS TOSV BUS | TRANSIT STATION | RFTA/TOSV NE | ELEVATOR & STAIR LOWER LEVEL LOWER LEVEL LOWER LEVEL UPPER LEVEL UPPER LEVEL UPPER LEVEL 03 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study08-19-19 TC Packet Page 126 of 174 126 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS PARKING + TRANSIT STATION + PLATFORM Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 0408-19-19 TC Packet Page 127 of 174 127 Programed Space Quantity Area (sq. ft.) Total (sq. ft.)Parking GarageParking Space 59 162 9,558 Van Parking Space 1198198 Drive Circulation 47% 8,800 Delivery Vehicle Parking 1 900 900 Kiss & Ride Parking 53001,500 Daily Lane Connection 1 7,555 7,555 Mechanical/Electrical 11,4501,450 Pedestrian Circulation 1 9,000 9,000 Elevator/Stairs 42601,040 Parking Garage Total 40,000 Transit StationDriver Lounge 1500500 Staff Toilet 264128 Skier Services 1200200 Janitor 1100100 Public Restrom (Men’s & Women’s)1640640 Storage 1100100 Circulation 17% 332 Transit Station Total 2,000 Bus PlatformTransit Station Platform 1 10.250 10,250 45’ Bus Loading/Unloading 63822,292 40’ Bus Loading/Unloading 2363726 30’ Bus Loading/Unloading 2270540 Future Loading/Unloading 11,7501,750 Bus Circulation 1 37,507 27,257 Bus Platform Total 42,815 SPACE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS MALL TRANSIT STATION 05 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study08-19-19 TC Packet Page 128 of 174 128 PREFERRED DESIGN CONCEPT PLANS + PERSPECTIVES Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 0608-19-19 TC Packet Page 129 of 174 129 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 0807 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study 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 LANELOT 5 | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN LOT 6 | 54 EXISTING PARKING TO BE RELOCATED EXISTING TRANSIT STATION LOT 7 | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN N08-19-19 TC Packet Page 130 of 174 130 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1009 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study OPTION 4 UPPER LEVEL Bus Operations • SINGLE BUS PLATFORM • (2) 30’ SHUTTLE LOADING/UNLOADING • (1) 30’ SHUTTLE UNLOADING • (2) 40’ LOADING/UNLOADING • (7) 45’ LOADING/UNLOADING Transit Station • 42,815 SF TRANSIT PLATFORM • 2,000 SF COMBINED TRANSIT STATION • DRIVER LOUNGE • SKIER SERVICES • PUBLIC RESTROOMS Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • DIRECT UPPER/LOWER MALL ACCESS | ELEVATOR | STAIRS TO GARAGE | LANDSCAPING/SEATING | FUTURE LOADING/UNLOADING | PLATFORM +25’ ABOVE LOT 5 | STAIRS TO GARAGE | SKYLIGHTS TO BELOW | PEDESTRIAN ROUTE TO BRUSH CREEK RD | PEDESTRIAN ROUTE TO BRUSH CREEK RD | WAYFINDING/ART | UPPER MALL ACCESS | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | BRU S H C R E E K R D | DALY LANERAISED PAVING PATTERN TO DIRECT PED TRAFFIC SITE WALL TO DIRECT PED TRAFFIC B-1 45’ LOADING/UNLOADING B-3 45’ LOADING/UNLOADING B-9 40’ LOADING/UNLOADING B-10 40’ LOADING/UNLOADING B-11 45’ STAGING B-12 30’ STAGING B-7 30’ LOADING/UNLOADING B-6 30’ LOADING/UNLOADINGB-5 45’ LOADING/UNLOADING B-8 45’ LOADING/UNLOADING B-4 45’ LOADING/UNLOADING B-2 45’ LOADING/UNLOADING | MAIN MALL ACCESS RAISED PAVING PATTERN TO DIRECT PED TRAFFIC | TRANSIT STATION LOT 5 | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN LOT 7 | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN N08-19-19 TC Packet Page 131 of 174 131 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1211 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study OPTION 4 LOWER LEVEL Parking & Deliveries • (2) PARKING ENTRY/EXITS • (56) PARKING SPACES • (3) ADA SPACES • (1) VAN ADA SPACE • (1) DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING • (5) KISS N RIDE PARKING Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • TRANSIT STATION MECH/ELEC SERVICES • ADDITIONAL STORAGE SPACE • BIKE STORAGE | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | DRIVE +5’ ABOVE LOT 5 | KISS N RIDE | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | CARRIAGE WAY | ELEVATOR | STAIR | STAIR | BIKE STORAGE | DALY LANELOT 5 | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | MECH/ELEC N08-19-19 TC Packet Page 132 of 174 132 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1413 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION GATHERING PRIMARY CIRCULATION ROUTES SECONDARY CIRCULATION ROUTES ACTIVE GATHERING ZONES • QUEUING • WAYFINDING • TICKET PURCHASING PASSIVE GATHERING ZONES • RESTING • SITTING • WAITING WAYFINDING NODE/HUB OPTION 4 DIAGRAMS Pedestrian Circulation Gathering Spaces 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 133 of 174 133 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1615 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study PLANTING CANOPY PLANTING AREAS ARCHITECTURAL CANOPY TREE CANOPY OPTION 4 DIAGRAMS Planting Areas Canopies 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 134 of 174 134 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1817 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study CARRIAGE WAY PERSPECTIVE FLAT TOP SCREENING 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 135 of 174 135 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study DALY LANE PERSPECTIVE FLAT TOP SCREENING 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 136 of 174 136 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2221 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study CARRIAGE WAY PERSPECTIVE SLOPED TOP SCREENING 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 137 of 174 137 OPINION OF PROBABLE COST PROJECT SUMMARY + DETAILED ASSUMPTIONS 23 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study08-19-19 TC Packet Page 138 of 174 138 Total A 1,506,080.00$ B 1,958,361.89$ C 32,529.22$ D 674,943.25$ E 2,761.00$ 60 SPACES 69,577.92$ 4,174,675.36$ Total A 43,680.00$ B 324,568.90$ C 51,112.00$ D 244,084.00$ G 160,576.50$ 2,000 SF 412.01$ 824,021.40$ Total A 649,386.98$ B 437,320.00$ 1,086,706.98$ Sub-Total 6,085,403.74$ 15% 912,810.56$ 10% 608,540.37$ 1,521,350.94$ 10% 608,540.37$ 5.5% 334,697.21$ 2.65% 161,042.38$ 1,104,279.96$ 8,711,034.63$ Final Project Total 42,815 SF 203.46$ 8,711,034.63$ 1. Cost Estimate based on 2019 RS Means Facilities Construction Cost Data. 2. Additional review & input has been provided by local contractor. 3. This document is an opinion of probable cost and not an official bid. Construction Hard + Soft Cost Sub-Total Fees Sub-Total Additional Soft Costs Sub-Total Permitting/Plan Review Roadwork & Sitework Substructure Services Construction Contingency General Contractor Fees Contractor Insurance/Bonds Architectural/Engineering Design Fees Construction Hard Cost Sub-Total Parking Garage Transit Station & Platform Substructure Shell Construction Hard Cost Interiors Substructure Equipment & Furnishings Services Construction Soft Costs Shell Construction Hard Cost Sub-Total Construction Hard Cost Sub-Total Building Sitework Interiors Services OPINION OF PROBABLE COST FEASIBILITY STUDY TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION REDEVELOPMENT SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2408-19-19 TC Packet Page 139 of 174 139 A Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Standard Foundations 40,000 SF 10.70$ 427,960.00$ 2 Slab on Grade 40,000 SF 8.45$ 338,000.00$ 3 Basement Excavation 40,000 SF 9.50$ 380,120.00$ 4 Exterior Walls (Parking Garage)300 LF 1,200.00$ 360,000.00$ 1,506,080.00$ B Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Roof Construction - Columns (Bus Drive Aisle)42,815 SF 3.73$ 159,528.69$ 2 Roof Construction - Slab (Bus Drive Aisle)42,815 SF 34.00$ 1,455,710.00$ 3 Exterior Walls (Elevator)3,100 SF 17.75$ 55,009.50$ 4 Metal Roofing (Elevator)1,500 SF 8.51$ 12,768.00$ 5 Gutters & Downspouts (Elevator)1,500 SF 4.68$ 7,025.70$ 6 Waterproofing 40,000 SF 6.71$ 268,320.00$ 1,958,361.89$ C Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Stairs 2 EA 16,264.61$ 32,529.22$ 32,529.22$ D Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Elevators 2 EA 155,791.62$ 311,583.25$ 2 Rain Water Drainage 40,000 SF 1.55$ 61,880.00$ 3 Sprinklers 40,000 SF 4.45$ 177,840.00$ 4 Standpipes 40,000 SF 0.25$ 10,080.00$ 5 Lighting & Wiring 40,000 SF 2.59$ 103,480.00$ 6 Communications & Security 40,000 SF 0.25$ 10,080.00$ 674,943.25$ E Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Pavement Markings 60 EA 25.00$ 1,500.00$ 2 Directional Sigange 10 EA 126.10$ 1,261.00$ 2,761.00$ Construction Cost Sub-Total 40,000 SF 104.37$ 4,174,675.36$ 1. Cost Estimate based on 2019 RS Means Facilities Construction Cost Data. 2. Additional review & input has been provided by local contractor. 3. This document is an opinion of probable cost and not an official bid. Equipment & Furnishings Total Shell Total Interiors Total Services Total Total TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION REDEVELOPMENT SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO OPINION OF PROBABLE COST Parking Garage Substructure 25 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study08-19-19 TC Packet Page 140 of 174 140 A Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Mechanical Room Walls 3,200 SF 13.65$ 43,680.00$ 43,680.00$ B Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Roof Construction - Columns 2,000 SF 17.13$ 34,268.00$ 2 Roof Construction 3,500 SF 25.00$ 87,500.00$ 3 Exterior Walls 2,100 SF 44.56$ 93,578.10$ 4 Exterior Windows 2,000 SF 12.13$ 24,258.00$ 5 Exterior Doors 2,000 SF 5.45$ 10,894.00$ 6 Metal Roofing 3,500 SF 18.00$ 63,000.00$ 7 Gutters & Downspouts 2,000 SF 5.54$ 11,070.80$ 324,568.90$ C Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Partitions 2,000 SF 2.47$ 4,940.00$ 2 Interior Doors 2,000 SF 1.33$ 2,664.00$ 3 Toilet Room Partitions 2,000 SF 2.85$ 5,694.00$ 4 Wall Finishes 2,000 SF 13.17$ 26,338.00$ 5 Floor Finishes 2,000 SF 2.94$ 5,876.00$ 6 Ceiling Finishes 2,000 SF 2.80$ 5,600.00$ 51,112.00$ D Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Plumbing Fixtures 2,000 EA 14.64$ 29,276.00$ 2 Domestic Water Distribution 2,000 SF 10.00$ 20,000.00$ 3 HVAC Systems 2,000 SF 20.00$ 40,000.00$ 4 Sprinklers 2,000 SF 4.00$ 8,000.00$ 5 Standpipes 2,000 SF 0.72$ 1,430.00$ 6 Electrical Service/Distribution 2,000 SF 24.93$ 49,868.00$ 7 Lighting & Branch Wiring 2,000 SF 16.74$ 33,488.00$ 8 Communications & Security 2,000 SF 11.01$ 22,022.00$ 9 Gen Set & Energy Monitoring 2,000 SF 20.00$ 40,000.00$ 244,084.00$ G Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Landscaping 10,250 SF 3.67$ 37,576.50$ 2 Snowmelt (60% of Platform)6,150 SF 20.00$ 123,000.00$ 160,576.50$ Construction Cost Sub-Total 2,000 SF 412.01$ 824,021.40$ 1. Cost Estimate based on 2019 RS Means Facilities Construction Cost Data. 2. Additional review & input has been provided by local contractor. 3. This document is an opinion of probable cost and not an official bid. Building Sitework Total Total Transit Station & Platform Substructure Total Shell Total Interiors Total Services OPINION OF PROBABLE COST TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION REDEVELOPMENT SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2608-19-19 TC Packet Page 141 of 174 141 A Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Upper Carraige Way Road 1,222 SY 104.00$ 127,088.00$ 2 Retaining Wall 250 LF 629.80$ 157,450.50$ 3 Backfill 3,000 CY 25.00$ 75,000.00$ 4 Snowmelt 8,400 SF 20.00$ 168,000.00$ 5 Daly Lane Connection 333 SY 104.00$ 34,632.00$ 6 Existing Mall Connection 5,200 SF 15.30$ 79,560.00$ 7 Brush Creek Connection Sidewalk 180 LF 42.54$ 7,656.48$ 649,386.98$ D Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total 1 Utilities 42,050 SF 3.58$ 150,328.75$ 2 Stormwater Management 42,050 SF 6.83$ 286,991.25$ 437,320.00$ Construction Cost Sub-Total 1,086,706.98$ 1. Cost Estimate based on 2019 RS Means Facilities Construction Cost Data. 2. Additional review & input has been provided by local contractor. 3. This document is an opinion of probable cost and not an official bid. Services Total Roadwork & Sitework Substructure Total OPINION OF PROBABLE COST TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION REDEVELOPMENT SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 27 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study08-19-19 TC Packet Page 142 of 174 142 PROJECT SCHEDULE FINAL DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2808-19-19 TC Packet Page 143 of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own of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 3008-19-19 TC Packet Page 144 of 174 144 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: August 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Ice Cubes Art Funding Discussion PRESENTED BY: Clint Kinney, Town Manager BACKGROUND: At the July 1, 2019 Town Council meeting, the Snowmass Arts Advisory Board recommended the artwork Ice Cubes by Joe McDonnell for the Town to procure and install near Town Park Station. It was approved by the Town Council unanimously. There is currently $60,000 in the 2019 budget to put towards this effort, and the total cost of the piece is expected to cost approximately $100,000. The Town Council has indicated that they would be supportive of increasing the budget or finding additional funds for the art piece, but staff would like direction from the Town Council on how best to proceed in making up the difference. FINANCIAL IMPACT: The total cost for the art piece is approximately $100,000. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: NA COUNCIL OPTIONS: NA STAFF RECOMMENDATION: NA 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 145 of 174 145 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: August 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Including Town of Snowmass Village in Pitkin County Ballot Language for Collection of Tobacco Tax PRESENTED BY: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk BACKGROUND: To promote public health and curb the usage of tobacco products, the Town Council has indicated that they would like to implement a tobacco tax in Snowmass Village. This item was discussed at the Town Council Work Session on Monday, August 12, 2019 and Council asked this item come back to the Town Council for discussion at today’s meeting. At their meeting last night Pitkin County passed at first reading the ballot language for voters in 2019 to implement a tobacco tax throughout the County. Should the ballot measure pass at second reading on August 28, 2019, tobacco products within the Town of Snowmass Village would be subject to the same tax. The Town of Snowmass Village and the County will initiate an IGA for collection and reimbursement to the Town, if the measure passes. The County’s current draft ballot language will implement a similar tax structure as the City of Aspen. The tax would be $3.20 / per pack of cigarettes, increased by 10 cents every year for 10 years until it reaches $4.00 a pack and 40% on all other tobacco products. Should this ballot measure (or any other) pass and the tobacco tax be implemented, the revenue generated would replace the Town’s current share back from the state tax (approximately $15,000 annually). At this time, we do not have a good estimate as to how much revenue this would generate for the Town of Snowmass Village. However, it is likely that the local tax would exceed the current state tobacco tax revenue. The table 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 146 of 174 146 below summarizes the experience of other municipalities and their tobacco tax revenue, as compared to the state share back. Town Council needs to formally direct staff if this is direction they would like to pursue. The Pitkin County ballot measure would determine the tax rate in Snowmass Village. This would require no separate action from the Town, other than developing and executing an IGA to arrange for the remittance of the taxes generated from Snowmass Village sales. Attachments: A. Pitkin County Board of Health Presentation on Tobacco Price Considerations B. Pitkin County Overview of HB 1033 and Local Tobacco Taxes C. BoCC Packet information including the Ballot Language passed at first reading 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 147 of 174 147 Price considerations for Tobacco Control Board of Health July 18 2019 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 148 of 174 148 Price Considerations for the BOH ★Amount of the tax on cigarettes ($) and other tobacco products (%) ★Routine increase on tax ★Use for the revenue 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 149 of 174 149 Tobacco “Economics” ● Smoking related illnesses are the leading cause of preventable deaths in US ● Smoking costs $170 billion/year in direct medical costs. ● In CO, the estimated state + federal tax burden is $650/household per year. ● CO State tobacco tax is $0.84 per pack - #39th among the 50 US states. The national average is $1.78. ● Currently, e-cigarettes are not taxed in the state of CO. “Of all the concerns, there is one - taxation - that alarms us the most. While marketing restrictions and public & passive smoking do depress volume, in our experience, taxation depresses it much more severely. Phillip Morris internal document, 1985 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 150 of 174 150 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 151 of 174 151 Unit Price 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 152 of 174 152 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 153 of 174 153 Why It’s Important ★Price has the most impact on youth initiation and use ★Colorado does not tax e-cigarettes ★Price increases are “equity positive” Unit Price Increase ★Levying a tax on cigarettes, e-cigarettes and other tobacco (TABOR applies) 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 154 of 174 154 3 ? 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 155 of 174 155 How to determine the “price” ●Comparable rates to the region (prevent “shopping around”) ●Think high - higher rates have more effect on discouraging youth use ○ US Surgeon General recommends $10 per pack of cigarettes ●Cigarette tax amount ($) and tax on OTP (%) should have “parity” to prevent people switching to a cheaper product ○ The overall cost of the tax should work out to be the same ●Taxes should increase over time to maintain the desired effect ○ Based on inflation and “normalizing” to the cost 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 156 of 174 156 Voter support? ●Amendment 72 (state tax $1.75 considered) - Pitkin County had the highest “In Favor” vote in the state ● Aspen - Over 65% in favor (2 years ago) 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 157 of 174 157 Price Considerations for the BOH 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 158 of 174 158 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids www.tobaccofreekids.org HB 1033 Authority 1 City: Removed language that forfeited state revenues IF cigarettes are included in Tobacco Retail Licensure Requirements, a fee is assessed on cigarettes or if a city ATTEMPTS to raise the tax on cigarettes. NOTE: IF a city successfully passes a tobacco tax that includes cigarettes, they STILL forfeit the shareback revenues. County: Expanded authority to counties, including the addition of raising the minimum age of sale. IF a municipality within the boundary of a county already has imposed a tax on tobacco, they are excluded from the taxation at the county level UNLESS an IGA is formed (which may include a provision for distribution). 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 159 of 174 159 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids www.tobaccofreekids.org Tobacco Taxes – Parity 2 Importance of Parity & Price Equivalency *Avoid dual use of products, and tax evasion. Goal for public health and consumer is to successfully quit use of tobacco. Current & Proposed Cigarette Tax Rate (s) OTP Parity Rate Current Rate $0.84 19% (Current Rate is 40% of manufacturer’s price) $2.84 61% $3.84 83% $4.84 104% 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 160 of 174 160 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids www.tobaccofreekids.org Tobacco Taxes - Aspen 3 Aspen included a $0.10 inflator for the price of cigarettes/pack on Jan. 1st of each year. Aspen Cigarette Tax Rate OTP Parity Tax Rate $3.84 83% (policy had increased to 80%, so just short of parity) $3.94 (with recent inflator) 85% (with the inflator, the parity discrepancy has increased slightly) *Note! Determine reason for price increase. If the desire is public health related, inflators may not be the best way to achieve this. The consideration may be to enact substantial increases in outlying years. 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 161 of 174 161 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids www.tobaccofreekids.org Shareback & Local Tax (es) 4 Local Public Health Education Trust Relationships Foundation Amounts Received & Revenues (to date) Municipality Shareback Received (2017) Estimate Revenues Received Aspen $63.556.85 $325,000 $436,622 Avon $38,812.33 $600,000 1st Quarter 2019 - $92,175 Basalt $15,676.45 Between $27,000-$29,00 0 for first quarter (Voted on April 3, 2018) July 2018 – December 2018 - $175.567.52 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 162 of 174 162 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids www.tobaccofreekids.org Revenue Allocations 5 *Public Support is strongest when there is a “nexus” between the consumer (taxpayer) and where the dollars are directed. Public declaration for health-related allocations. City Election Results Revenue Allocation Aspen 74.2% Yes Work underway for a specific spending plan this summer. It will be a combination of vaping prevention focused on teens, drug use prevention, mental health awareness and services, and some traditional nicotine cessation programs. Avon 76% Yes Wellness, Health Education, Recreation Center Basalt 76% Yes The Hope Center, Pitkin County Detox, Parent Coffee House (Vaping Education)08-19-19 TC Packet Page 163 of 174 163 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids www.tobaccofreekids.org Projections 608-19-19 TC Packet Page 164 of 174 164 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids www.tobaccofreekids.org Projections (Estimates) – Key Point, Estimate HIGHER than expected to avoid TABOR return 7 Here are the following data inputs needed: · Annual local cigarette pack sales (you can back-calculate this with the state pack sales and the percentage from the cigarette rebates) · Cigarette pack price · Sales tax rate (if it is included in the cigarette pack price) · Proposed tax increase you decide on You will need to calculate the percentage increase in pack price after the tax increase, and then apply the elasticity to that percentage increase in price to determine the decline in pack sales. Factors to consider: price increase yields decrease in consumption, quit attempts, small level of price evasion (online, reservation sales, some crossborder purchasing, both in-state and out-of-state depending on proximity). 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 165 of 174 165 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids www.tobaccofreekids.org Contact Information Jodi L. Radke Regional Director Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids jradke@tobaccofreekids.org 970-214-4808 808-19-19 TC Packet Page 166 of 174 166 AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY REGULAR MEETING DATE: August 14,2019 AGENDA ITEM TITLE:A Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Pitkin County, Colorado, Certifuing to the County Clerk A Question to be Submitted to the Electorate on the November 5,2019 Ballot Establishing a Sales Tax on Cigarettes and All Other Tobacco and Nicotine Products, lst Reading and Set for Public Hearing on August 28th STAFF RESPONSIBLE:Karen Koenemann ISSUE STATEMENT: The BoCC directed staff at the August l3th work session to advance a ballot question on a Unit Price Increase (tobacco sales tax) for today's meeting. BACKGROUND: The National Cancer Institute (NCI) and World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that significantly increasing the tax and price of tobacco products is the single most consistently effective tool for reducing tobacco use. l. Price increases have been shown to have the largest impact on youth initiation and usel and are considered "equity positive"2. For every l07o increase in the price, there is aTYo decrease in youth use and a4Yo overall decrease.3 2. Currently, e-cigarettes are not taxed by the state of Colorado. 3. Colorado state tobacco tax is $0.84, ranking #39th among the 50 U.S. States. Eight (8) states, D.C., and three territories have taxes over $3.00.8 The highest combined stateJocal tax is $7.16 perpack in Chicago (city $1.18, county $3.00, state 2.98).a 4. To maintain their benefit, tobacco taxes must increase over time to account for normalization and inflation.s Significant increases in tobacco taxes and prices reduce tobacco use by leading some current users to quit, preventing potential users from initiating use, and reducing consumption among current users. In2016, there was a statewide ballot initiative for AmendmentT2 Colorado Tobacco Tax Increase. While the proposal was defeated (53%:47%), Pitkin County had the highest percentage in favor of I Raising Cigarette Taxes Reduces Smoking Especially among Kids (and the Cigarette Companies Know it). Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids. wcbsitc 2 Equity impact of populationJevel interventions and policies to reduce smoking in adults: A systematic review, Drug and Alcohol Dependence.2014. websitc 3 US State Tobacco Taxes. Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids. website. a Top Combined State-Local Cigarette Tax Rates. Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids. w'ebsitc 5 The importance of Tobacco Taxes. Truth Initiative: Inspiring Tobacco-Free Lives. website 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 167 of 174 167 any county in Colorado6 suggesting a likelihood of support for a tobacco tax in the county LINK TO STRATEGIC PLAN: Flourishing Natural & Built Environment, Prosperous Economy, Livable & Supportive Community. KEY DISCUSSION ITEMS: Staff is recommending the draft ballot language in Attachment A for second read on August 28,2019. BUDGETARY IMPACT: Administration to collect the tax, as well as developing and administering a Retail Tobacco License, and the enforcement of that license through outreach, education and compliance checks will be costs associated with a Comprehensive Tobacco Policy. The revenue from the Tobacco Tax would off-set these costs. RECOMMENDED BOCC ACTION: Approve a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners Certiffing to the County Clerk A Question to be Submitted to the Electorate on the November 5,2019 Ballot Establishing a Sales Tax on Cigareffes and all other Tobacco and Nicotine Products on first reading and set for second reading and public hearing on August 28th. ATTACHMENTS: A. Tobacco Tax Ballot Question B. Resolution ATTORI\EY'S REVIEW: John Ely has reviewed I 0-09-20 I 7 6 Jodi Radke, Regional Director, Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids. July 2019 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 168 of 174 168 Attachment B RESOLUTION OF TIIE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PTTKIN COUNTY, COLORADO, CERTIFYING TO THE COUNTY CLERK A QUESTION TO BE SUBMITTED TO TIIE ELECTORATE oN THE NOVEMBER 5, 2019 BALLOT BSTABLISITING A SALES TAX ON CIGARETTES AI\D ALL OTIIER TOBACCO AI\D IYICOTII\E PRODUCTS RESOLUTION NO. .2019 WHEREAS, Pursuant to Section 2.8.3 (Actions) of the Pitkin County Home Rule Charter ("HRC") official action by formal resolution shall be required for all actions of the Board not requiring ordinance power on matters of significant importance affecting citizens, and WHEREAS, Tobacco use remains the most preventable cause of disease, disability and death in Colorado, killing more than 5,000 Coloradans each year, and WHEREAS, Pitkin County continues to rival the state average for adults who use chew tobacco, and there remains a disparity burden for those most addicted to tobacco products, and WHEREAS, Colorado has the highest rate of youth use of e-cigarettes in the nation, and Pitkin County schools have some of the highest use rates in the state, and WHEREAS, The National Cancer Institute (NCD and World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that significantly increasing the tax and price of tobacco products is the single most consistently effective tool for reducing tobacco use, and WHEREAS, Price increases have been shown to have the largest impact on youth initiation and use. For every l0% increase in the price, there is a 7o/o decrease in youth use and a 4o/o overall decrease, and currently, the state tobacco tax is one of the lowest in the country and e-cigarettes are not taxed by the state of Colorado, and WHEREAS, Significant increases in tobacco taxes and prices reduce tobacco use by leading some current users to quit, preventing potential users from initiating use, and reducing consumption among current users, and WHEREAS, Section 20 of Article X of the State Constitution ("TABOR") requires voter approval of certain local government matters including the following: a. approval of a new tax, tax rate increase, mill levy above that for the prior year, or extension of an expiring tax, or a tax policy change directly causing a net tax revenue gain pursuant to Section 20(a)(a); b. approval ofrevenue changes pursuant to Section 20(7). WHEREAS, Section 9.1.1 of the Charter provides in part that "Except as provided in 9.1.3, no increase in the rate or levy of any tax imposed or collected by the County . . . and no new or RECITALS 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 169 of 174 169 additional tax may be levied or collected unless and until such increase, change or new or additional tax is submitted to and approved by a majority of those actually voting in an election on such issue.", and WHEREAS, The Board finds that adoption of this ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Pitkin County and therefore declares this Resolution to be effective immediately upon adoption. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Pitkin County, Colorado that a ballot question authorizing a tax on cigarettes and all other tobacco products in the form hereto attached be certified to the County Clerk and submitted to the electorate of Pitkin County at the election on November 5, 2019 and authorizing the Chair to sign the Resolution and upon the satisfaction of the County Attomey as to form, execute any other associated documents necessary to complete this matter. 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 170 of 174 170 INTRODUCED AND FIRST READ ON THE DAY OF 2019 AND SET FOR SECOND READING AND PUBLIC HEARING ON THEoF 20t9. DAY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND TITLE AND SHORT SUMMARY OF THE RESOLUTION PUBLISHED IN THE ASPEN TIMES WEEKLY ON THE DAY OF 20r9 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND THE FTILL TEXT OF THE RESOLUTION POSTED ON THE OFFICIAL PITKIN COUNTY WEBSITE (www.pitkincounty.com ) ON THE DAY OF 2019. ADOPTED AFTER FINAL READING AND PUBLIC HEARING ON THE DAY OF 2019. PUBLISHED BY TITLE AND SHORT SUMMARY, AFTER ADOPTION, IN THE ASPEN TIMES WEEKLY ON THE DAY OF 2019 POSTED BY TITLE AND SHORT STIMMARY ON THE OFFICIAL PITKIN COUNTY WEBSITE (www.pitkincounty.com ) ON THE DAY OF 20t9. ATTEST:BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS By Jeanette Jones Deputy County Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John Ely, County Attorney Greg Poschman, Chair Date: MANAGER APPROVAL By: Jon Peacock, County Manager 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 171 of 174 171 ATTACHMENT A Ballot Issue 1?: Dedicated Sales Tax on All Cigarettes, Tobacco, and Nicotine Products SHALL PITKIN COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED IN AN AMOUNT UP TO $7OO,OOO IN 2O2O AND BY SUCH ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF NEW TAXES AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING JANUARY I, 2020, THERE SHALL BE A NEW COUNTY SALES TAX OF THREE DOLLARS AND TWENTY CENTS ($3.20) PER PACK OF TWENTY CTGARETTES SOLD PROVIDED THAT SUCH TAX SHALL INCREASE BY AN AMOLTNT OF TEN CENTS ANNUALLY THEREAFTER IINTIL THE TAX IS FOUR DOLLARS ($4.00) PER PACK OF TWENTY CTGARETTES; AND BEGINNTNG JANUARY I, 2020, THERE SHALL BE A NEW SALES TAX OF 40% ON THE SALES PRICE OF ALL OTHER TOBACCO AND NICOTINE PRODUCTS; THESE TAXES SHALL APPLY TO ALL FLOOR INVENTORY UNDER THE POSSESSION AND CONTROL OF ANY RETAILER AS OF JANUARY 1,2020; THE TERMS "TOBACCO PRODUCTS" AND "NICOTINE PRODUCTS" HAVE THE SAME MEANING AS IN c.R.s. $ 18-13-121(s) EXCLUSTVE OF CTGARETTES; THE TAX REVENUES SHALL BE USED GENERALLY FOR TAX COLLECTION, LICENCING AND ENFORCEMENT; AND RECOMMENDED PUBLTC HEALTH PROGRAMS, INCLUDING TOBACCO AND OTHER SUBSTANCE USE PREVENTION, EDUCATION AND CESSATION PROGRAMS AND MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION; AND THAT THE COUNTY MAY COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL OF THE REVENUES OF SUCH TAXES AND THE EARNINGS THEREON, NOTWITHSTANDING THE LIMITATIONS OF ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW? 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 172 of 174 172 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: August 19, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Executive Session PRESENTED BY: Clint Kinney, Town Manager BACKGROUND: The Town Council has reason to convene in executive Session. To convene in executive session, state law requires that the specific motion written in staff recommendations section requesting the executive session be passed with 2/3 of the governing body voting in the affirmative for said motion. FINANCIAL IMPACT: N/A APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: N/A COUNCIL OPTIONS: Convene in Executive Session Choose not to convene in Executive Session STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the Snowmass Village Town Staff that the Council make and approve the following motion 1. Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss one item: 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 173 of 174 173 a) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(f)(I) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(6); Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering items (a) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. ATTACHMENTS: A. N/A 08-19-19 TC Packet Page 174 of 174 174