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08-26-29 Town Council Special Site Visit Packet- Coffey PlaceTown Council Monday, August 26, 2019 4:00 PM Town Of Snowmass Village Tennis Courts By The Snowmass Recreation Center This is a Site Visit to Coffey Place Housing Site Agenda 1.CALL TO ORDER - Mayor Butler called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council 2.ROLL CALL 3.SITE VISIT ONLY TO COFFEY PLACE HOUSING SUBDIVISION Staff Memo for Site Visit Staff Memo 4.ADJOURNMENT 1 Page 1 of 2 Town of Snowmass Village Town Council August 26, 2019 Site Visit: 4:00 pm by the Tennis Courts off of Stallion Circle Agenda Item 3A: Town Council Site Visit, 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 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, which second reading thereof was scheduled for continuance at the August 19, 2019 to the September 3, 2019 Council meeting after the Council conducts its desired site visit on August 26 with the public welcomed to attend. Municipal Code provisions: 2 Page 2 of 2 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 the public hearing on August 19 was continued to September 3, 2019 the Town Council may conduct its desired site visit on August 26 to observe as a whole the existing site conditions on the property, with key story poles and property corners noted. It should be emphasized to Town Council that although the public was invited to attend, there should be no ex-parte communication with anyone and neighbors are encouraged to put their comments in writing for the continued public hearing on September 3 rd. Staff Recommendation: None at this time for the site visit on August 26. The continued public hearing on September 3, 2019 will consider Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019. 3