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10-07-19 Town Council PacketTown Council Monday, October 07, 2019 4:00 PM 130 Kearns Road Council Chambers Agenda 1.3:00 P.M. MALL TRANSIT STATION SITE VISIT - MEET AT FUEL 2.CALL TO ORDER - Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council 3.ROLL CALL 4.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) 5.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. 5.A.DRAFT AGENDAS 1 Town Council Page - 2 Draft Agendas Page 3 5.B.MINUTES FOR APPROVAL Approval of Minutes for 09-03-19 Page 6 Approval of Minutes for 09-16-19 Page 13 5.C.RESOLUTION NO. 37, SERIES OF 2019 - A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE EXPRESSING GRATITUDE FOR AND CELEBRATING THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COMMUNITY OFFICE OF RESOURCE EFFICIENCY Agenda Summary CORE 25th Anniversary Page 18 Resolution 27 - CORE Page 19 6.ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 6.A.DISCUSSION ON THE MALL TRANSIT STATION Agenda Summary Mall Transit Station Page 21 Mall Transit Feasibility Study Page 23 6.B.MEETING PREPARATION FOR EOTC October 17, 2019 Agenda Summary EOTC Prep Page 45 EOTC Packet 10-17-19 Page 46 6.C.REVIEW PROPOSED CHANGES TO HOUSING REGULATIONS Agenda Summary for Housing Regulations Page 123 Permanent Moderate Housing Regs Redline Page 127 Permanent Moderate Housing Regs No Redline Page 141 Proposed Net Worth and Income Guidelines Page 155 Municipal Code Chapter 17 Employee Housing Page 156 6.D.REVIEW RESULTS OF THE 2019 EMPLOYEE SURVEY Agenda Summary Employee Opinion Survey Results Page 162 Employee Opinion Survey Page 164 6.E.2020 BUDGET INTRODUCTION Agenda Summary Budget Introduction Page 195 Town Council Budget Message Page 197 Fund Type Descriptions Page 205 Council Budget Presentation Page 210 2020 Budget Backup Page 291 7.TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS - Reports and Updates 2 Town Council Page - 3 8.EXECUTIVE SESSION 8.A.Executive Session Agenda Summary Executive Session Page 433 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. Oct. 7th - Regular Meeting • 3 pm – Mall Transit Station Site Visit - Meet at Fuel • 2020 Budget Introduction • CORE 25th Anniversary Resolution • Discussion regarding the Mall Transit Station • Review proposed changes to housing regulations • Review results of the employee survey • Prep for EOTC meeting • Executive Session Mon. Oct. 14th - Work Session (Sirkus out) (Butler TBD) • Joint Meeting with Citizen Grant Review Board • Continued EXTENDED budget review until (7:00 pm) Thurs. Oct. 17th - EOTC Meeting -Aspen to Chair Mon. Oct. 21st - Regular Meeting (Sirkus, Kinney out) • Deborah Breen and Dave Ressler aspen valley hospital update- (presentations) • Celebrate Planning Month Reso -consent • Winter parking plan- consent • Continued budget review Tourism Department Presentation Presentation from FAB • Executive Session • 1st reading Ord Ban of Flavored Tobacco? • 1st reading ordinance approving financing for Coffey Place? Mon. Nov. 4th – Regular GID Meeting • GID revised Budget 2019 • GID Budget 2020 Mon. Nov. 4th - Regular Meeting (Meeting in Lobby of Town Hall due to Election) • PH and Reso Adopting 2020 Budget • Public Hearing – Road Mill Levy • Public Hearing Snowmass Center Review • 2nd Reading Ord Ban of Flavored Tobacco?? • 2nd reading ordinance approving Coffey Place financing? 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 3 of 434 4 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items • Discussion regarding Town Park design goals and criteria Mon. Nov. 18th - Regular Meeting (Goode out) Mon. Dec. 2nd - Regular Meeting • Continued P.H. Snowmass Center? • Owl/Crush Creek Discussion 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 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 4 of 434 5 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items Topics for Work Sessions or Other Meetings Requested by Town Council Members • Explore the potential of having or creating a not-for-profit to support the arts community in addition the SAAB • 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 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 5 of 434 6 1 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 2 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 3 SEPTEMBER 3, 2019 4 5 1) CALL TO ORDER 6 7 Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town 8 Council on Tuesday, September 03, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. 9 10 Mayor Butler thanked all the Town Staff involved in the JAS Labor Day Festival the past 11 weekend. She appreciates everyone's hard work to make this a success.0 12 13 A complete live recording of this meeting can be found at www.tosv.com under Town 14 Council Meetings. This will be archived indefinitely allowing you to view at any time. 15 16 2) ROLL CALL 17 18 19 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 20 COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All council members were present. 21 STAFF PRESENT: Clint Kinney, Town Manager, John Dresser, Town Attorney; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Julie Ann Woods, Community Development Director; Betsy Crum, Housing Director and Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 22 PUBLIC PRESENT: Reed Langhoffer, John Pearson, Phil Hunice, Sean Sunkel, Matt Gwost, Gus Oliver, Jay Hammond, George Falk, Chad Mollioni, Jim Kehoe, Deb Madsen, Drew Detrick, Maddie Vincent, Michelle Wilson and other members of the public interested in today’s Agenda items. 23 3) PUBLIC COMMENT 24 25 George Falk a resident of Snowmass Village in Horse Ranch has concerns with the 26 new employee housing and he would like to know this housing is going to be regulated 27 to keep the housing moving to Snowmass Village workers and enforcement. 28 29 Jim Kehoe a resident of Snowmass Village will be providing a lecture on neuroscience 30 and biology on the effects of our built environment on our health Tuesday, at noon in the 31 town Council Chambers. 32 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 6 of 434 7 09-03-19 TC Minutes Page 2 of 7 33 4) CONSENT AGENDA 34 35 A. DRAFT AGENDAS 36 37 Council Member Sirkus will be out October 14 and 21, 2019. 38 39 Bob Sirkus made the motion to approve those items listed on today's consent agenda. 40 Tom Goode seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 41 opposed. 42 43 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 44 45 Voting Nay: None. 46 5) POLICY/LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS 47 48 A. FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 11, SERIES OF 2019 - AN ORDINANCE 49 AMENDING THE BUDGET 50 51 Clint Kinney, Town Manager stated to make any changes to the Town of Snowmass 52 Village's budget the Town Council must approve an Ordinance. This is first reading of 53 Ordinance 11, Series of 2019 to add the following item to the 2019 Budget. The General 54 Fund budget is proposed to be amended to include the additional funding needed for 55 the Ice Cube Art Project of $40,000 and to include the use of the Art Board escrow fund 56 of $22,000 for the Triangle Art Project by the artist Barbara Sorenson. The Peace 57 Officer Standards & Training Grant Fund is proposed to be amended due to the new 58 grant received for the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 202. This revision of 59 $86754 covers the training period July 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019. Second 60 reading of this Ordinance is scheduled for the September 16, 2019 Regular Town 61 Council Meeting, it will be placed on the consent agenda. 62 63 Bob Sirkus made the motion to approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 11 Series of 64 2019 - Amending the 2019 Budget. Tom Goode seconded the motion. The motion was 65 approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 66 67 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 68 69 Voting Nay: None. 70 6) PUBLIC HEARINGS - QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS 71 72 73 A. PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES 74 OF 2019 - ORDINANCE NO. 10, SERIES OF 2019 AN ORDINANCE 75 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 7 of 434 8 09-03-19 TC Minutes Page 3 of 7 REGARDING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE TOWN’S OFFICIAL ZONE 76 DISTRICT MAP INVOLVING TOWN HOUSING DEPARTMENT-INITIATED RE-77 ZONINGS FROM ‘RECREATION (REC)’ TO ‘MULTI-FAMILY (MF)’ AFFECTING 78 LOT 5 OF THE ENTRYWAY MASTER SUBDIVISION PLAT AND FROM ‘SF-79 150’ TO ‘MF’ AND CONSERVATION (‘CON’) AFFECTING LOTS 2-S AND 2-M 80 OF THE SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION; AND THE NEW COFFEY PLACE 81 HOUSING SUBDIVISION PLAT INVOLVING PARTIAL AMENDMENTS TO 82 OPEN SPACE ‘A’ OF THE RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION, LOTS 2-S AND 2-M 83 OF THE SEVEN STAR SUBDIVISION AS AMENDED IN 2013, AND LOT 5 OF 84 THE ENTRYWAY MASTER SUBDIVISION PLAT, INCLUDING, A) 85 DEVELOPMENT IN WILDLIFE SENSITIVE WINTER RANGE AREAS, B) 86 DEVELOPMENT ENCROACHMENTS AND OTHER CODE-EXCEPTION ITEMS 87 WITHIN THE BRUSH CREEK IMPACT AREA, THE ENVIRONMENTAL 88 SENSITIVITY AREA, AND THE TOWN REQUIRED 25-FOOT WETLAND 89 SETBACK AREA, AND C) DEVELOPMENT IN AREAS CONTAINING 90 GREATER THAN THIRTY PERCENT (30%) SLOPES. 91 92 93 Mayor Butler opened the Public Hearing and Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner stated that 94 the Town Council attended a site visit of the property which was not of the public 95 hearing. Wahlstrom stated that all changes to the ordinance since first reading on 96 August 5th, 2019 Town Council Meeting, have been made in red on the ordinance in 97 today's packet. 98 99 Betsy Crum, Housing Director provided a letter to enter into the record, she stated that 100 the Municipal Code Sec.16A-5-70 (3) states that during the Public Hearing process the 101 applicant may submit an amendment. The amendment was to remove the two single 102 family home proposed on lots 13 and 14. All Town Council members agreed to the 103 amendment and the changes made within the ordinance. Town Council and staff 104 discussed the amendment to the application and how it affects the project. Consensus 105 was that removing those two homes will enhance the entryway experience and the 106 topographical restrictions of those two lots. Consensus was to not refer the application 107 back to the Planning Commission for the amendment. 108 109 Bob Sirkus made the motion to approve allowing the amendment to the Coffey Place 110 Housing proposal by eliminating Lots 13 and 14 from this project. Alyssa Shenk 111 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 112 113 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 114 115 Voting Nay: None. 116 Julie Ann Woods, Community Development Director stated the only thing this change 117 will affect is the revising of the Plat taking two of these proposed lots out of the project. 118 Currently the Town Council continued discussion on the actual Ordinance. 119 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 8 of 434 9 09-03-19 TC Minutes Page 4 of 7 120 Council Member Sirkus stated that after reading the results of the Community Survey he 121 feels the need for housing is rental not resale, he believes that the townhouse be rental. 122 Staff addressed his comment regarding why that would not be appropriate within this 123 development and the reasons why. Council Member Shenk noted a misspelled word on 124 line 321. The consultants address the issues of the retaining walls behind the 125 Townhomes about drainage. 126 George Falk a resident of Snowmass Village in Horse Ranch spoke to shoring and 127 retaining walls thinks that much more thought needs to be put into these ideas. 128 129 Gus Oliver a Snowmass resident from Rodeo Place agreed that this is not the place for 130 rental units and agreed with amending the application to exclude Lots 13 and 14. 131 132 Michelle Wilson a Snowmass resident from Rodeo Place in a Townhome, spoke to the 133 retaining wall and will that push water toward her existing unit and she also asked how 134 tall the retaining walls are going to be. She agrees with the revision to the proposal 135 also. 136 137 Sean Sunkel a Snowmass resident agrees this is not an area for rental housing. 138 139 Tom Goode made the motion to approve tabling the second reading of this Ordinance 140 until after the ownership discussion. Bill Madsen seconded the motion. The motion was 141 approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 142 143 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 144 145 Voting Nay: None. 146 At this time Town Council moved to Item 7A Coffey Place – Owners Discussion, after 147 that discussion they continued back to the approval of the Ordinance. 148 149 Mayor Butler reopened the Continued Public Hearing at this time. 150 151 Council Member Sirkus would like to be sure that the new housing regulations be 152 incorporated for the owners looking to purchase the units and homes at Coffey 153 Place. Clint Kinney, Town Manager stated that all the exhibits will need to be changed 154 for this Ordinance. 155 156 Bill Madsen made the motion to approve by a roll call vote for Second Reading of 157 Ordinance No. 10, Series of 2019 - Coffey Place Housing Project. Tom Goode 158 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 159 160 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 161 162 Voting Nay: None. 163 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 9 of 434 10 09-03-19 TC Minutes Page 5 of 7 Mayor Butler closed the Public Hearing at this time. 164 165 Town Council took a break at this time. 166 167 7) ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 168 169 170 A. COFFEY PLACE - OWNERS UPDATE 171 172 Betsy Crum, Housing Director presented this item which is a discussion on subsidy and 173 financing for this proposal. There was discussion again on ownership and rental units 174 for the Coffey Place Project it was consensus of Town Council was to keep all the unit 175 for sale deed restricted units. The next topic discussed had to do with the subsidy of 176 the units and homes. Crum looked at the Rodeo Place subsidy and cost of homes and 177 provided the Town Council with revised numbers for Coffey Place. She provided charts 178 showing updated numbers with the addition of one million subsidy and then with a 179 subsidy of one point five million. Town Council consensus was to add the 1.5 million 180 subsidies to this project. Council Member Sirkus would like to be sure that the new 181 housing regulations be incorporated for the owners looking to purchase these units. 182 183 B. 2019 COMMUNITY SURVEY REPORT OF RESULTS 184 185 Travis Elliott, Assistant Town Manager introduced Jason Morado, from ETC Institute 186 presented a high-level key finding of the Community Survey results. He stated that 187 overall, the results from the survey are extremely positive. The vast majority of 188 respondents indicated that they were “very satisfied” or “satisfied” with the universal 189 community indicators that were asked in the survey: • Overall quality of services 190 provided by the Town – 81% positive (up 6% from 2017) • Quality of life in Snowmass 191 Village – 88% positive • Overall feeling of safety in Snowmass Village – 96% positive 192 82% of all respondents also indicated they believe that the “sense of community” in 193 Snowmass Village is improving or staying the same. When compared to other 194 municipalities across the country, the Town of Snowmass Village rated even or above 195 the U.S. average in all 19 areas that were assessed. Details on these comparisons are 196 available in the bench marking section of the attached report. Upon the finalization of 197 this report, the Town Manager’s Office will begin distributing the results to the 198 organization, congratulating staff for the positive scores, and assessing opportunities for 199 improvement. Elliott noted that for transparency he has included all the Community 200 Survey Results and the 82 pages of open comments. Morado reviewed each 201 department and noted those that have increased and decreased since the 2017 survey. 202 203 8) TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS 204 205 206 Council Member Goode attended a CORE retreat on sustainability and the REMP fees 207 and collection of REMP fees., More to information to come on that. 208 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 10 of 434 11 09-03-19 TC Minutes Page 6 of 7 209 Council Member Sirkus would like to have the Transit Center back on the draft agendas 210 for discussion on the size of the deck and cars driving from the lower to upper mall 211 through the garage. There was consensus of the Town Council to have a site visit to 212 the Mall Transit location on October 7, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. 213 214 Mayor Butler noted that there has been one Senior Housing Discussion with Pitkin 215 County and second one coming up soon. 216 217 Council Member Madsen stated the Nordic Council will have changes to the course by 218 the Marolt property. 219 220 Council Member Shenk attended a NWCOGG meeting in Frisco items on the agenda 221 for discussion Post Office's in small Municipalities and Small Business opportunities in 222 Colorado. 223 224 EXECUTIVE SESSION 225 226 This item was added to today’s Agenda. 227 It is the recommendation of the Snowmass Village Town Staff that the Council make 228 and approve the following motion 229 230 1. Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) and 231 Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss one item: 232 a) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session has 233 requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(f)(I) and Snowmass 234 Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(6); 235 236 Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting 237 to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering items (a) above. 238 Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, 239 regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. 240 241 At 6:40 p.m. 242 243 Bob Sirkus made the motion to enter closed session Bill Madsen seconded the 244 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor and 0 opposed. 245 246 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 247 248 Voting Nay: None. 249 At 7:48 p.m. 250 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 11 of 434 12 09-03-19 TC Minutes Page 7 of 7 Bob Sirkus made the motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village 251 Town Council on Monday, September 03, 2019, Bill Madsen seconded the motion. The 252 motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor and 0 opposed. 253 254 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 255 256 Voting Nay: None. 257 258 9) ADJOURNMENT 259 At 7:49 p.m. 260 261 Bob Sirkus made the motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village 262 Town Council on Monday, September 03, 2019, Bill Madsen seconded the motion. The 263 motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor and 0 opposed. 264 265 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 266 267 Voting Nay: None. 268 269 This set of Regular meeting minutes was approved at the Regular Meeting of the 270 Snowmass Village Town on Monday, October 07, 2019. 271 Submitted By, 272 273 ________________________ 274 Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC 275 Town Clerk 276 277 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 12 of 434 13 1 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 2 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 3 SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 4 5 1) CALL TO ORDER 6 7 Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town 8 Council on Monday, September 16, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. 9 10 A complete live recording of this meeting can be found at www.tosv.com under Town 11 Council Meetings. This will be archived indefinitely allowing you to view at any time. 12 13 14 2) ROLL CALL 15 16 17 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 18 COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All council members were present. 19 STAFF PRESENT: Clint Kinney, Town Manager; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Travis Elliott, Assistant Town Manager; Andy Worline, Parks, Recreation and Trails Director; Anne Martens, Public Works Director; Sarah McMahon, Assistant Parks, Recreation and Trails Director; Brian Olson, Chief of Police and Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 20 PUBLIC PRESENT: Jeff Kremer, Matt Donnelly, Larry Dempsey, Jay Shumaker, Lee Ann Vold, Andrew Wicks, Maddie Vincent and other members of the public interested in today’s agenda items. 21 3) PUBLIC COMMENT 22 No Public Comments 23 24 4) CONSENT AGENDA 25 26 27 A. DRAFT AGENDAS 28 29 The Owl/Brush Creek discussion will be moved to December 2, 2019. Mayor Butler's 30 attendance at the October 14, 2019 is tentative. 31 32 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 13 of 434 14 09-16-19 TC Minutes Page 2 of 5 B. MINUTES FOR APPROVAL 33 34 Council Member Shenk had a change on line 103 the sentence does not appear to be 35 complete. There were no further changes to the minutes. 36 37 C. SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 11, SERIES OF 2019 - AN 38 ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2019 BUDGET FOR THE GENERAL FUND 39 AND THE POST GRANT FUND FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. 40 41 42 D. RESOLUTION NO. 36, SERIES OF 2019 - A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN OF 43 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL OPPOSING EXPANSION OF THE 44 MID-CONTINENT QUARRY, AKA THE TRANSFER TRAIL MINE, AND 45 SUPPORTING COUNTY REGULATION OF THE MINE 46 47 48 Bob Sirkus made the motion to approve as amended and by a roll call vote all those 49 items listed on today's consent Agenda. Tom Goode seconded the motion. The motion 50 was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 51 52 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 53 54 Voting Nay: None. 55 5) ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 56 57 58 A. INTRODUCTION OF TOWN PARK DESIGN CONCEPTS 59 60 61 Andy Worline, Parks, Recreation and Trails Director, provided a brief history of the 62 current plan which is called Town Park/Entryway Completion, prior to this date is was 63 called Entryway Phase Three, which he noted was pretty much a wish list. Worline 64 reviewed "How we got here" and the timeline to date. Sara Tie from Connect One 65 design presented five concepts at this meeting and would like direction from Town 66 Council prior to the completion of the Entryway Master Plan. Tie reviewed the five 67 concepts with the Town Council, she stated that secondary Master Plan Goals included; 68 beautify the entry to Snowmass Village, reduce conflict between events and recreational 69 users, incorporate centralized storage and maintenance facility, provide additional 70 opportunities got field sports programming, provide additional parking, enhance 71 recreational opportunities, minimize pedestrian/bike/vehicular conflict, maintain space 72 for rec/pool expansion, maintain existing improvements and maintain a quality rodeo 73 facility. This current process started in early June and the anticipation is to have the 74 Master Plan completed in November. There are 5 different options that were reviewed 75 with the Town Council, Option 5 is called the hybrid option. Tie also provided the 76 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 14 of 434 15 09-16-19 TC Minutes Page 3 of 5 number of parking spaces, field space and the pros and cons for each option. Option 5 77 is a combination of Option 1 and 3 and was designed by the Recreation staff. The 78 design team and recreation staff will be meeting with stake holders as the Rodeo, 79 Snowmass Club and JAS. The Town Council has concerns with all the paved parking. 80 They also have concerns with moving the Rodeo. 81 82 Town Council took a break at this time. 83 84 CONTINUATION OF OWL/BRUSH INTERSECTION DESIGN 85 86 87 This item was not discussed by the Town Council. 88 89 6) TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS 90 91 92 Council Member Sirkus has an Airport Character meeting. Mayor Butler had a RFTA 93 Board Meeting beginning on the budget. Council Member Shenk thanked everyone who 94 showed up for the 9/11 walk, she hopes that next year we promote it more. Mayor 95 Butler also stated that the Wine Festival was great success. 96 97 B. DISCUSSION REGARDING BAN ON VAPING AND FLAVORED TOBACCO 98 99 100 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk stated that the Town Council asked at a previous Town 101 Council meeting the Council asked that staff bring information to the Town Council 102 regarding looking at a full flavor ban ordinance for the Town of Snowmass 103 Village. Coxon provided information and ordinances from other jurisdictions and 104 explained what other jurisdictions are doing. The Town Council agreed to ban menthol 105 products along with all the flavored tobacco products. Council directed staff to bring an 106 ordinance back to Council banning all flavored tobacco within Snowmass 107 Village. Basically, following suit with the Aspen ordinance. 108 109 7) EXECUTIVE SESSION 110 111 At 6:17 p.m. 112 113 Tom Goode made the motion to enter closed session Bob Sirkus seconded the 114 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 115 116 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 117 118 Voting Nay: None. 119 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 15 of 434 16 09-16-19 TC Minutes Page 4 of 5 Executive Session Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 120 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically 121 discuss two items: 122 123 a) Conferences with an attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on 124 specific legal questions pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(c) and Snowmass Village 125 Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(2); and 126 127 b) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session 128 has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(f)(I) and Snowmass 129 Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(6); 130 131 Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting 132 to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering items (a) and (b) 133 above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, 134 regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. 135 136 At 7:14 p.m. 137 138 Alyssa Shenk made the motion to approve reconvening to the Regular Meeting of the 139 Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, September 16, 2019. Bob Sirkus 140 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 141 142 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 143 144 Voting Nay: None. 145 8) ADJOURNMENT 146 147 At 7:15 p.m. 148 149 Tom Goode made the motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village 150 Town Council on Monday, September 16, 2019. Alyssa Shenk seconded the 151 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 152 153 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, Alyssa Shenk, and Markey Butler. 154 155 Voting Nay: None. 156 This set of Regular meeting minutes was approved at the Regular Meeting of the 157 Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, October 07, 2019 158 159 Submitted By, 160 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 16 of 434 17 09-16-19 TC Minutes Page 5 of 5 161 ________________________ 162 Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC 163 Town Clerk 164 165 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 17 of 434 18 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: October 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Resolution no. 37, Series of 2019, PRESENTED BY: Travis Elliott, Assistant Town Manager BACKGROUND: The Community Office of Resource Efficiency (CORE) will be celebrating their 25th anniversary on October 16, 2019. The attached resolution has been drafted in recognition of their efforts and support of Snowmass Village and our carbon emission reduction goals over the past 25 years. In more recent years, CORE has been an instrumental resource for staff. In addition to calculating and drafting our latest carbon emission inventories, awarding grants to support Town projects, and conducting energy assessments and rebates for Snowmass Village businesses and residents, CORE staff serve on the Town’s Environmental Advisory Board. They provide continuous guidance and insight to assist the Town in meeting our “20 by 20” carbon emission reduction goal. We would not have experienced the progress we have seen, (17% reduction in emissions since 2009) without them. FINANCIAL IMPACT: N/A APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: This topic is related to the Town Council’s strategic goal of a continued commitment to resiliency. COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Approve Resolution No. 37 as written 2. Amend and Approve Resolution No. 37 3. Decline to pass Resolution No. 37 at this time STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve Resolution No. 37 Series of 2019. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 18 of 434 19 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 37 SERIES OF 2019 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE EXPRESSING GRATITUDE FOR AND CELEBRATING THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COMMUNITY OFFICE OF RESOURCE EFFICIENCY WHEREAS, over the past 50 years global temperature has increased at the fastest rate in recorded history; and WHEREAS, rising global temperatures are resulting in heat waves, droughts and other extreme weather conditions; and WHEREAS, the United States accounts for 16 percent of greenhouse gas emissions and is the second largest producer of greenhouse gas emission in the world; WHEREAS, the Community Office of Resource Efficiency (CORE) is a trailblazing organization, creating the nation’s first carbon mitigation fee, Colorado’s first wind energy and one of the earliest solar rebate programs in the US; and WHEREAS, CORE has supported over 6,000 Roaring Fork Valley businesses and residents with their energy efficiency and carbon-reduction projects; and WHEREAS, CORE has helped people in The Roaring Fork Valley save over $3,000,000 on utility bills annually; and WHEREAS, CORE programs result in a savings of over 23,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions annually; and WHEREAS, the Community Office of Resource Efficiency was founded 25 years ago and has remained dedicated to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating climate change. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO: 1. The Town of Snowmass Village celebrates and recognizes October 16th, 2019 as the 25th anniversary of CORE. 2. The Snowmass Village Town Council, Town staff, and the entire community express their sincere gratitude and appreciation to CORE for their efforts, dedication, and ongoing contributions to protect our natural environment and keep the ‘Snow’ in Snowmass Village. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 19 of 434 20 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 7th day of October 2019 with a motion made by Council Member ________ and seconded by Council Member _________ and by a vote of __ in favor to __ opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ____________________________ MARKEY BUTLER, Mayor ATTEST: ____________________________ RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 20 of 434 21 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: October 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Discussion on the Mall Transit Station PRESENTED BY: David Peckler, Transportation Director BACKGROUND: Staff provided Council with an update on the Mall Transit Station design work on August 19,2019. At that meeting the council approved the conceptual design in a 5 – 0 vote. 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 criteria and input received 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 the Village Shuttle with six bays and RFTA with four bus 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 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 21 of 434 22 The Probable Cost estimate was made with input from a company which has experience on projects in our area. Following the August 19th Council action, the Council asked that a site visit be scheduled for October 7 and that an agenda topic be scheduled for further discussion. At this point, the proposed 2020 EOTC Budget (and subsequently the Town’s budget) has $650,000 allocated to start the next phase of construction design drawings in 2020 and construction potentially starting in 2022 This timeline would allow for the design to be completed, grants to be applied for and to bring a contractor on-board. 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 and 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: N/A STAFF RECOMMENDATION: No action is necessary at this time. Design dollars are in the proposed EOTC and TOSV 2020 budgets. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Item 6.B - Town of Snowmass Village Mall Transit Station Feasibility Study 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 22 of 434 23 08/23/2019 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGEMALL TRANSIT STATION FEASIBILITY STUDY Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 23 of 434 24 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PROJECT BACKGROUND + GOALS 01 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study10-07-19 TC Packet Page 24 of 434 25 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 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. 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. KEY FEATURES • Clear Pedestrian Circulation Paths • Minimize Bus & Pedestrian Circulation • Enhance Mall Entry/Approach • “At Grade” access to Mall from Bus Platform • (12) Bus & Shuttle Bays w/ Flexible Bay Sizes • Clear identification of Local vs Regional Bus Routes • (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. Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 0210-07-19 TC Packet Page 25 of 434 26 OPTION 1 SINGLE PLATFORM OPTION 2 MULTIPLE PLATFORM OPTION 3 PERIMETER PLATFORM OPTION 2UPPER LEVEL Bus Operations • THREE BUS PLATFORMS • (6) TOSV SHUTTLE LOADING/UNLOADING • (4) RFTA BUS LOADING/UNLOADING Transit Station • 42,500 SF TRANSIT PLATFORM • 2,600 SF COMBINED TRANSIT STATION • DRIVER LOUNGE • RFTA DISPATCH • SKIER SERVICES • PUBLIC RESTROOMS Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • DIRECT UPPER/LOWER MALL ACCESS | ELEVATOR | STAIR | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | TRANSIT STATION | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | BRUS H C R E E K R D RFTA BUSTOSV BUS | DALY LANEMall Transit Station Redevelopment 1211 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study OPTION 1UPPER LEVEL Bus Operations • SINGLE BUS PLATFORM • (5) TOSV SHUTTLE LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) TOSV SHUTTLE STAGING • (3) RFTA BUS LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) RFTA BUS STAGING Transit Station • 40,800 SF TRANSIT PLATFORM • 2,600 SF COMBINED TRANSIT STATION • DRIVER LOUNGE • RFTA DISPATCH • SKIER SERVICES • PUBLIC RESTROOMS Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • DIRECT UPPER/LOWER MALL ACCESS | ELEVATOR & STAIR | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | TRANSIT STATION | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | BRUS H C R E E K R D | DALY LANERFTA BUS TOSV BUS Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 43 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study | MECH/ELEC | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | ELEVATOR | STAIR | DALY LANE13 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | DALY LANE | ELEVATOR & STAIR | STORAGE 21 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study | ELEVATOR & STAIR | MECH/ELEC | KISS-N-RIDE | DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO BRUSH CREEK RD | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | DALY LANE5 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study OPTION 3UPPER LEVEL Bus Operations • PERIMETER PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION • (5) TOSV SHUTTLE LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) TOSV SHUTTLE STAGING • (3) RFTA BUS LOADING/UNLOADING • (2) RFTA BUS STAGING Transit Station • 42,300 SF TRANSIT PLATFORM • 1,800 SF TRANSIT STATION • SKIER SERVICES • PUBLIC RESTROOMS • 800 SF RFTA/TOSV • DRIVER LOUNGE • RFTA DISPATCH Additional Design Elements • FREIGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS • DIRECT UPPER/LOWER MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | MALL ACCESS | SNOW REMOVAL STORAGE | ACCESS TO LOWER CARRIAGE WAY | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | EXISTING PARKING TO REMAIN | CARRIAGE WAY | CARRIAGE WAY | BRUS H C R E E K R D RFTA BUS TOSV BUS | TRANSIT STATION | RFTA/TOSV | DALY LANE | ELEVATOR & STAIR Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 2019 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study LOWER LEVEL LOWER LEVEL LOWER LEVEL UPPER LEVEL UPPER LEVEL UPPER LEVEL 03 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study10-07-19 TC Packet Page 26 of 434 27 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS PARKING + TRANSIT STATION + PLATFORM Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 0410-07-19 TC Packet Page 27 of 434 28 Programed Space Quantity Area (sq. ft.)Total (sq. ft.)Parking GarageParking Space 59 162 9,558 Van Parking Space 1 198 198 Drive Circulation 47%8,800 Delivery Vehicle Parking 1 900 900 Kiss & Ride Parking 5 300 1,500 Daily Lane Connection 1 7,555 7,555 Mechanical/Electrical 1 1,450 1,450 Pedestrian Circulation 1 9,000 9,000 Elevator/Stairs 4 260 1,040 Parking Garage Total 40,000 Transit StationDriver Breakroom 1 500 500 Staff Toilet 2 64 128 Skier Services 1 200 200 Janitor 1 100 100 Public Restroom (Men’s & Women’s)1 640 640 Storage 1 100 100 Circulation 17%332 Transit Station Total 2,000 Bus PlatformTransit Station Platform 1 10.250 10,250 45’ Bus Loading/Unloading 6 382 2,292 40’ Bus Loading/Unloading 2 363 726 30’ Bus Loading/Unloading 2 270 540 Future Loading/Unloading 1 1,750 1,750 Bus Circulation 1 37,507 27,257 Bus Platform Total 42,815 SPACE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS MALL TRANSIT STATION 05 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study10-07-19 TC Packet Page 28 of 434 29 PREFERRED DESIGN CONCEPT PLANS + PERSPECTIVES Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 0610-07-19 TC Packet Page 29 of 434 30 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 | BRUS 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 N10-07-19 TC Packet Page 30 of 434 31 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 | BRUS 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 N10-07-19 TC Packet Page 31 of 434 32 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 N10-07-19 TC Packet Page 32 of 434 33 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1413 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study OPTION 4 PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION GATHERING PLANTING CANOPY 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 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 33 of 434 34 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1615 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study SNOWMASS MALL TRANSIT STATION CONCEPTUAL SITE DIAGRAMS PLANTING CANOPY PLANTING AREAS ARCHITECTURAL CANOPY TREE CANOPY SECONDARY CIRCULATION ROUTES PASSIVE GATHERING ZONES• RESTING • SITTING • WAITING OPTION 4 DIAGRAMS Planting Areas Canopies 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 34 of 434 35 Mall Transit Station Redevelopment 1817 Town of Snowmass Village Feasibility Study CARRIAGE WAY PERSPECTIVE FLAT TOP SCREENING 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 35 of 434 36 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: October 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: October 17, 2019 EOTC Preparation Meeting PRESENTED BY: David Pesnichak, Regional Transportation Administrator BACKGROUND: This goal of the October 7 meeting is to prepare Council for the upcoming EOTC meeting on October 17, 2019 and answer questions on this meeting packet. FINANCIAL IMPACT: None. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: Community Engagement, Safety, and Regionalism COUNCIL OPTIONS: Meeting is informational and to answer questions only. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff will provide an overview of the October 17, 2019 EOTC packet and answer questions. ATTACHMENTS: 1. October 17, 2019 EOTC Meeting Packet 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 45 of 434 37 Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) Thursday, October 17,2019 - 4:00pm Location - City of Aspen Gouncil Chambers Host and Chair - City of Aspen I. II. 4:00 - 4:10 PUBLIC COMMENT (Comments limited to three minutes per person) 4:10 - 4:30 2019 EOTC RETREAT REVIEW David Pesnichak, Transportation Administrator Decision Needed: Acceptance of 2019 EOTC Retreat Outcomes ilI. 4:30 - 5:00 COMMUNITY FORUM TASK FORCE ON TRANSPORTATION AND MOBILITY _ PROPOSAL AND REQUEST John Bennett and Cristal Logan Decision Needed: Consideralion for Inclusion with EOTC l{ork Plan and Budget IV 5:00 - 6:00 2O2O PROPOSED BUDGET David Pesnichak, Transportation Administrator Decision Needed: Approvol of 2020 Budget v 6:00 - 6:30 2O2O EOTC WORK PLAN David Pesnichak, Transportation Administrator Decision Needed: Acceptonce of 2020 ll/ork Plan VI. 6:30 - 7:00 UPDATES-INFORMATION ONLY A. TOSV TRANSIT STATION UPDATE David Peckler, Town of Snowmass Village *Next meeting is March 19,2020 - Town of snowmass to Host & chair (TBD) Page 5 Page 29 Page 50 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 46 of 434 Page 54 38 ELECTED OFFTCTALS TRANSPORTATION COMMTTTEE (EOTC) AGREEMENTS & DECISIONS REACHED AT THE JUNE 20,2019 MEETING Location - Pitkin County Pitkin County - Host & Chair Elected Officials in Attendance: Aspen - 4 Pitkin County - 4 Torre Ward Hauenstein Skippy Mesirow Rachel Richards Kelly McNicholas Kury Greg Poschman Steve Child Patti Clapper Snowmass - 4 Markey Butler Tom Goode Bob Sirkus Alyssa Shenk Absent: Ann Mullins, George Newman, Bill Madsen Agreements & Decisions Reached PUBLIC COMMENT Letter Submittal - Toni Kronberg provided a letter noting concerns with staff recommended location of the proposed Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) on Highway 82. Brush Creek PnR - FLAP Grant Improvements David Pesnichak - Transportation Administrator Pitkin County and the U.S. Forest Service applied for a FLAP grant to improve the Brush Creek Park and Ride in 2017.The grant was awarded in 2018 with funding beginning in2019. Design and permitting is planned for 2019 and2020. Construction is planned for2021. Project description includes: o Permanent restroom facilities with flush toiletso Water and wastewater facilities (well and septic)o Increase paved area for parking (pave recycled asphalt area)o Add security lighting Mr. Pesnichak explained that at the March 21,2019 EOTC meeting, the Committee decided to pursue the "Mid-Station" location for the restroom facility and presented several items that were in need of Committee input and direction. ln addition, Mr. Pesnichak provided an overview of the results of the May 2019 public opinion survey and an overview of the current design. Mr. Pesnichak reviewed each of the decision items and the Committee voted on each one individually. All votes were unanimous. 210-07-19 TC Packet Page 47 of 434 39 Decisions Reached: o Budget: Reallocote $70,000 of FLAP Matching Fundsfrom 2020 to 2019 . o Special Events/ Flex Space: Pursue the Open concept. o Snow Melt: Instull in pavement snow melt system tubing through high trafJic corridors of the restroom platform. Instoll snow melt boiler if funds are available. o Solar Punels: Include rooftop mounted solor panels to capture as much energy as possible on the restroom building. Consider location, cost, and generotion potential for ground mounled tracking solor panel clusters. Provide visualiztttions of ground mountecl ponels at 70% plans. o Sustainability: Design restroom building to meet or exceed LEED principles. o Security: Consider the use of cameras qnd coll boxes throughout lhe restroom platform and porking areu. Consider the feasibility of connecting the camera system into RFTA's existing network and the call boxes into the County Sheriffs OfJice. Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) and Park and Ride Name David Pesnichak - Transportation Administrator As a part of the EOTC budget, 5450,000 has been allocated for 2019 to design and install a DMS on upvalley Highway 82. This sign is to be installed downvalley of the Brush Creek Park and Ride in order to convey messages to drivers related to parking, congestion, bus and vehicle travel times, and emergency situations. The goal is to encourage drivers to utilize the Brush Creek Park and Ride to either carpool or utilize the free bus to either Snowmass or Aspen. Mr. Pesnichak explained that this item was discussed by the EOTC at their March 21,2019 meeting, where severaldecisions were made as listed below. o Pursue a "butterfly" design. o Standardize the name to Brush Creek Park and Ride. o Reallocate $400,000 for construction from 2020 to 201 9 in order to allow the project to move ahead as soon as possible. o Go back to each jurisdiction with the following information to make a decision on whether an l8 or 26-foot wide sign is appropriate: o Visualizations of both the I 8-foot and 26-foot butterfly design sign. o Full list of messages to show how the messages are impacted by an l8-foot sign vs. a 26-foot sign. Mr. Pesnichak explained that as a result of the follow-up meetings after the March 2l EOTC meeting, it became clear that further discussion was necessary regarding the proposed location of the DMS. As a result, it is necessary that the EOTC discuss the staffrecommended location of the DMS further before pursuing the project further. The EOTC voted on the location of the DMS, which was unanimous. Decision Reached: Locate the DMS approximately I mite downvalley from the Brush Creek Pork and Ride, moving the sign as far downvalley as possible (likely a couple hundred feet)and still maintain adequate sight distance. Examine coating options as permitted by CbOT o soften the look ofthe plain steel structure. 310-07-19 TC Packet Page 48 of 434 40 VI. UPDATES & FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS . EOTC Retreat - David Pesnichak - Transportation Administrator Feedback provided by Committee: Provide packet of materials prior to retreat, extend planned time for the retreat to 4pm. o Town of Snowmass Village Transit Station Update - David Peckler - Town of Snowmass Vi I lage, Transportation Director o RFTA Ballot Measure 7A and RFTA Board Retreat - David Johnson - RFTA, Director of Planning 410-07-19 TC Packet Page 49 of 434 41 AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY EOTC MEETING DATE:October 17,2019 AGENDA ITEM TITLE:EOTC Retreat Report and Next Steps STAFF RESPONSIBLE:David Pesnichak, Transportation Administrator ISSUE STATEMENT: On August 7,2019, the EOTC held a l-day retreat. The retreat facilitator, Stephanie Zaza, compiled a final report that contains a summary of the day, including key discussion points, recommendations and compilation of raw feedback. Staffare requesting any comments and/or feedback on the report to ensure that this record is accurate. In addition, with the retreat and report complete, Staff will review the next steps and moving forward based on the direction from the retreat. BACKGROUND: The purpose of the retreat was to develop strategic planning elements that will guide future EOTC efforts. The goals of the retreat were to: l. Establish a baseline understanding of the EOTC purpose, requirements, structure, funding and operations; 2. Identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the EOTC today, and 3. Create a priority list of themes, major topics, and projects to help guide the EOTC's next steps and vision. The retreat was broken into three main sections in order to accomplish these goals l. Presentation by the Regional Transportation Administrator: . EOTC history, accomplishments, current operating procedures . Budget and decision-making . Entrance to Aspen Record of Decision overview 2. Strengths, Opportunities and Challenges Analysis 3. Identification and Prioritization of Transportation Projects and Themes While a significant amount of information was collected and documented during the retreat that work toward the development of a full strategic plan, direction from the Committee was clearly to focus initially on I ) EOTC governance and decision making, and 2) updating EOTC plans and governance documents. With this direction, Staff recommends the following approach in2020. EOTC governance and decision making - Led by the jurisdictional managers with the support of EOTC staff, each elected body will work to identify recommendations to address the decision making process. While discussions will be with the individual bodies, the managers and EOTC 510-07-19 TC Packet Page 50 of 434 42 staffwill ensure coordination across all threejurisdictions. The purpose ofthese conversations are to vet options and address the decision making process. Conversations are anticipated to begin in the winter of 2019 I 2020. The full EOTC will have the opportunity to review and discuss the decision making update at the March 2020 meeting. Develop Strategic Plan - Utilizing the information received from the EOTC retreat, EOTC Staff will draft a strategic plan and outline key policies for EOTC consideration. Development of the strategic plan is to take place simultaneously with the decision-making policies update. This draft plan and decision-making policies update will be reviewed in a dedicated EOTC meeting in March 2020. Update Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (CVTP) - Following agreement on a new EOTC strategic plan, the EOTC will dive into an update to the CVTP. Due to the nature of the CVTP, Staffrecommends this document be updated in a mini-retreat to be held in either the summer or fall of 2020 depending on the progress of the strategic plan. Looking out to 202 I , Staff foresees the following steps to continue building from the strategic plan, decision-making process discussions and updated CVTP: Update EOTC 1993 IGA based on new strategic plan, updated CVTP, and updated decision- making policies. Develop new budget framework based on new strategic plan, policies, and updated CVTP. This framework is anticipated to reinforce, amend, or replace the existing Savings Fund structure. Attached is the final report submitted by the EOTC retreat facilitator, Stephanie Zaza.ln addition, a draft 2020 I 2021 EOTC Work Plan and Meeting Schedule is attached. This Work Plan is anticipated to accompany the 2020 EOTC budget and has been included to illustrate how the strategic plan. decision- making, and CVTP conversations fit with other obligations for the EOTC in the coming years. BUDGETARY IMPACT: None. For review and feedback only RECOMMENDED ACTION: l. Provide comments and/or feedback on the EOTC retreat report to ensure that this record is accurate. 2. Provide comments and/or feedback on the staff suggested next steps following the EOTC retreat. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Retreat report submitted by Eorc retreat facilitator, stephanie zaza. 2. 2020 Draft EOTC Work Plan and Meeting Schedule 610-07-19 TC Packet Page 51 of 434 43 Attachment 1 Elected Officials Tra nsportation Committee Pitkin County, Colorado Report of August 7,2Ot9 Strategic Planning Retreat Submitted by Facilitator Stephanie Zaza August 29,2Ot9 710-07-19 TC Packet Page 52 of 434 44 Attachment 1 810-07-19 TC Packet Page 53 of 434 45 EOTC Retreat Report Attachment 1 August 29,2019 Background This facilitation agreement was to accomplish a 1-day strategic planning retreat with the LS-member Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC). The EOTC is comprised of the Pitkin County Commissioners, the Aspen City Council, and the Snowmass Village Town Council(5 members each). The EOTC was formed in 1993 to oversee the implementation of a 0.05% sales and use tax provided for mass transportation activities in the upper Roaring Fork Valley. The sponsor of the retreat is the RegionalTransportation Administrator, David Pesnichak, in collaboration with the three jurisdictions' managers and transportation leads. The EOTC sought to improve both their governance processes and strategic decision-making capabilities. The first step in this improvement was to hold a special all-day meeting (i.e., a retreat) of the EOTC, the goals of which were to: 1.. Establish a baseline understanding among the EOTC members of the EOTC purpose, requi rements, structure, funding and operations; 2. ldentify the strengths, opportunities and challenges facing the EOTC today; and, 3. Create a priority list of themes, major topics, and/or projects to help guide the EOTC's next steps and vision. Retreat Preparation Preparation for the retreat (January - July 2019) included a series of meetings to clarify the goals, identify the types of activities to best meet those goals and that would be acceptable to the EOTC members, and develop the agenda. Each discussion led to important clarifications and refinements of the agenda which was finalized and reviewed with the EOTC members during their regular meeting in June 2019. The final agenda is attached (Attachment A), and included three segments: 1. Presentation by the Regional Transportation Administrator: o EOTC history, accomplishments, current operating procedures o Budget and decision-making o Entrance to Aspen Record Of Decision overview 2. Strengths, Opportunities and Challenges Analysis 3. ldentification and Prioritization of Transportation Projects and Themes ln addition to the agenda, the RegionalTransportation Administrator prepared a substantialpackage of written materials (https://pitkincoco.civicclerk.com/Web/GenFile.aspx?ad=6339)providing information similar to the planned presentation topics and adding important demographic information about the Roaring Fork Valley. These written materials were provided as pre-retreat reading materials to the EOTC members 10 days prior to the retreat. Retreat Participants The retreat was held on August 7, 2019. Participants included EOTC members, jurisdictional managers, and jurisdictional staff with transportation-related duties. Guests included leadership staff from the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA), Aspen Skiing Company and members of the public. Staff and guests were invited to participate in the exercises. There was no public comment period. The participant list is attached (Attachment B). Pag 910-07-19 TC Packet f 434 46 EOTC Retreat Report Attachment 1 August 29,2019 Summary of and Findings from Retreat Session 7: Presentotion The presentation was well-received and served to provide level-setting information to the diverse membership of the EOTC, some members of which have extensive experience and familiarity with transportation issues and the history of the EOTC, and some members of which are new to government service and decision-making about transportation issues. The presentation session offered the opportunity for clarifying questions and answers, and the EOTC members took advantage of this time to help each other understand the relevant issues facing the EOTC. Session 2: Strengths/Opportunities/Chollenges Analysis The Strengths/Opportunities/Challenges session included three segments. First, participants were asked to work individually to think about L) why they ran for office; 2) their highest priority for accomplishment during this term of office; and 3) how transportation is related to that priority. This exercise was not meant to result in information shared with other participants, but to get each EOTC member thinking about how transportation issues are related to most other responsibilities and jurisdictiona I business. The EOTC-member participants were then divided into three small groups of 4 or 5 members each. Staff and guests were invited to form a fourth group. These small groups were asked to spend 30 minutes discussing the strengths, opportunities, and challenges facing the EOTC and to document their discussion on a simple worksheet. Small groups were reminded to consider both internal and external issues, and to considerthe regionalnature of transportation issues in the Roaring ForkValley. For the final segment, all the participants re-convened and each small group reported their findings which were documented on flip charts. The discussion of the full group included consolidating the findings across groups. The discussion is summarized; tables with the specific responses are provided in Attachment C, Tables L-3. Streneths: Several responses indicated a history of recognizing and appreciating the regional natureoftransportationasastrengthoftheEOTC. Thedevelopmentandstronghistoryof a regional transportation authority with high levels of current support, the regional nature of the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan, a common purpose to address quality of life were provided as examples of this strength. The governance, leadership, and staffing of the EOTC were also identified as a strength, with dedication and a history of multi-jurisdictional decision- making provided as examples. A third strength, history and legacy, expanded on these ideas, with the extant governing documents, and history of successful action, consensus and agreement provided as examples. Finally, the existence of a stable funding source and structure was identified as an important strength. Opportunities: The EOTC had a rich conversation about opportunities that was modified by the recognition that each opportunity also poses numerous challenges. They also recognized that many of the strengths identified above also serve to open opportunities for future action. ln particularthe strengths ofa regional approach, a strong staffand governance structure, and a history of success provide opportunities to expand regional thinking and projects, improve governance especially in the area of strategic decision-making and priority-setting, and working with staff to review and update governing documents where needed. Pag10-07-19 TC Packet 434 10 47 EOTC Retreat Report Attachment 1 August 29,2019 ln addition, opportunities in the areas of emerging technology, improved communication, and the use of multiple transportation modalities to change behavior were highlighted in the discussion. Specific areas of opportunity, such as improving airport connectivity and taking advantage of excellent Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) resources were also raised. Challenees: Each of the opportunities above also generated discussion about the challenges posed to accomplish work in those areas. For example, expanding the EOTC to include broader regional input and/or representation requires difficult changes to governance and relationship- building. Expanding first/last mile transportation connectivity is critical to change people's behavior but can be difficult to implement, and behavior change is - in and of itself - difficult to accomplish. While the EOTC's governance has been a strength and was recognized as an opportunity to accomplish even more, the ongoing challenge of clarifying how decisions are made was recognized as an important first step, especially when determining how to "complete" the work of improving the Entrance to Aspen within the confines of the current Record of Decision. ln addition, unique challenges were identified. Changes to the EOTC funding and the expense of remaining projects are a challenge, as are the challenge of Roaring Fork Valley topography, and newer emphases on resiliency, emergency management, and climate-change. Unprompted, the participants recognized several themes that cut across the strengths, opportunities, and challenges they face: o Regionalism o Governance o Funding(internal/external) o Community-wideoutreach/communication o Technology o Behavioral change . Entrance to Aspen o Funding o Record of Decision o Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan o Resiliency o Multi-modalmethods . 1't/Last mile o Environmental impacts and improvements And finally, several issues were highlighted as constituting values and/or decision-making criteria rather than strengths, opportunities or challenges per se. EOTC members reiterated that they want to assure that their decisions consider: o The quality of life of residents o A top-line experience for visitors o Community resilience in emergencies o Care of the environment 10-07-19 TC Packet Pag 434 11 48 EOTC Retreat Report Attachment 1 August 29,2019 o Equity of access, proximity, cost, ease, and convenience to meet the transportation needs of all people o The entire region's needs o Aesthetics appropriate to the natural environment o Practicality and feasibility o A holistic approach recognizing the relationship of transportation to other goals Session 3: Transportotion Project ldentification, Cotegorizotion, ond Prioritizotion The finalsession of the retreat also included three segments. First, the participants were again asked to work individually. Given a small Post-lt'" notepad, each member was asked to write down as many EOTC-related ortransportation projects as possible, one per note. They were reminded to considerthe work from Session 2 - especially the themes they identified, and the criteria for identifying and selecting projects that emerged from the conversation. The small groups then reconvened for 30 minutes to share their individual ideas, group them into themes, and name each theme. Each group placed the related Post-lt'" notes on a single flip chart page and wrote the theme across the top. The flip chart pages were then posted around the room. During the final segment of this session, each small group reported their themes and individual projects. The full group of participants then worked to consolidate the themes and re-group the individual projects. Five majorthemes emerged, with multiple projects listed under each theme. Sub-groups of projects shown in the tables below were created by the facilitator following the retreat, in order to provide a summary. Comprehensive lists of the specific projects as described bythe participants are provided in Attachment D, Themes 1-5. L. Projects that address EOTC Governance fell into 5 sub-groups; the sub-groups and number of specific projects mentioned (including duplicates) are shown Specify the EOTC decision-making process 8 Restructure the EOTC budget 6 Regionalize the EOTC 4 Create an EOTC executive committee 3 Market tra nsportation-related decision ma king 2 Restructure the EOTC meeting schedule t 2. Projects requiring the Revision of Existing Plans and Governing Documents fell into 3 sub- groups; the sub-groups and number of specific projects mentioned (including duplicates) are shown. Revise the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (CVTP)9 a lnclude airport-specific plans 2 a lnclude holistic approach with zoning 2 Complete the Entrance to Aspen lmprovements 5 Create separate regional plan and ways to influence 3 Pag10-07-19 TC Packet 434 12 49 EOTC Retreat Report 3. Projects that attempt to Change Behavior bv Providing New/Alternative Modes of Transportation fell into 3 sub-groups; the sub-groups and number of specific projects mentioned (including duplicates) are shown. Create incentives by: a lmproving Park-and-Ride lots 4 a Using technology and apps to shift modes 4 a lncreasing ridesharing options 3 a Providing on-demand services and shuttles 2 a Focusing on first/last mile 2 a Expanding Downtowner 't Create disincentives (paired with a project to create incentives) by: a Enforcing HOV lane restrictions 2 a Discouraging school driving '1. lmprove knowledge through communications, marketing, and market segmentation 5 4. lnfrastructure projects were numerous, many suggested by staff. Several sub-groups emerged lmprove roads, lanes, bridges, and parking lots 9 lmplement electrification infrastructure (buses, personnel, charging stations) 5 lmplement specific improvements at the airport 4 5. Pedestrian and Bicycle projects were suggested to achieve the goal of fully walkable Aspen and Snowmass Village cores: Bike-specific im provements 4 Trail and connectivity improvements 4 Bus-specific improvements to enhance walking-biking 2 The session concluded with each EOTC member identifying her/his top two priorities among the 5 theme areas. The results of this exercise were: Themes Priority Votes Governance projects L1 Plans and Governing Documents projects 9 Mode Shift/Behavior Change projects 4 I nfrastructu re projects 3 Pedestrian and Bike projects 0 Pag Attachment 1 August 29,20!9 10-07-19 TC Packet 434 13 50 EOTC Retreat Report Recommendations 1. The output from the retreat provides a substantial base of information from which the Regional Transportation Administrator can begin drafting a strategic plan. An analysis of the retreat output can be used to develop the following elements of a strategic plan: Attachment 1 August 29,2019 Mission Statement: The existing mission statement was provided and discussed, without a strong need for revising the statement identified. Mid- to Long-Term Vision: The highest priority transportation needs identified were reviewing and revising (where necessary) the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan, and the related work of "completing" the Entrance to Aspen improvements. lssues of creating options that incentivize behavior change were also frequently identified as important and should be built into revised plans. At the same time, the EOTC recognizes that work on more immediate projects will generate community buy-in and support. These elements could be crafted into a 5- year vision statement for the EOTC's consideration. Values and Criteria for Decision-Making: Especially during the Strengths, Opportunities, and Challenges exercises, the EOTC raised several issuesthat can be used to articulate the values important to transportation decision-making. These can be crafted into specific "guiding principles," "values," or "decision-making criteria" that can be included in a strategic plan. Goals, Strategies and Tactics: During the session to identify and set priorities among EOTC- governance projects and transportation-specific projects, the EOTC members provided numerous ideas that can be sorted into goals, strategies and tactics. These initial ideas can be further shaped into specific goals, strategies, and prioritized lists of projects. To monitor progress, measurable objectives should be developed at the strategy level, and outcome measures and milestones at the tactical level. lmplementation Plan: The retreat did not result in a specific timeline for activities, but an annual implementation plan can be developed based on the priorities set by the EOTC members. a a a a a 2. The emphasis and priority placed on improving the EOTC governance, especially with regard to decision-making structure and process, can be addressed through the process of developing the strategic plan. o Use a structured decision-making process to clarify: o The staff role to analyze and present options and operational considerations; and o The EOTC role to provide a decision based on that analysis o Once comfortable with the structured decision-making process, create a schedule to address upcoming decisions. The S-year strategic plan and implementation plan will consist of all the previous elements, plus this schedule. Update the plan with respect to successes each year. Pag10-07-19 TC Packet 434 14 51 Attachment A EOTC Retreat Agenda August 7,20L9 Aspen Meadows Resort Attachment 1 Pag Time Topic Outcome 8:15-8:30 Gathering, coffee, mingling 8:30-8:45 lntroductions, Overview of Retreat agenda, Ground Rules Participants agree to process and expected outputs of the day's work 8:45-10:00 Presentation o EOTC History, Accomplishments o Current Operating Procedures and Role of New Coord inator o ETA ROD overview o Environmental scan l. Participants are familiar with the purpose, requirements, structure, funding and operations ofthe EOTC 2. Participants have an environmental scan to use during the SOC analysis Break 10:15-12:30 Strengths/Opportunities/Challenges (SOC) Analysis r lndividual work (10 minutes): Personal vision r Small group work (30 minutes): SOC o Full group (90 minutes): o Report out from small groups o Consolidate and prioritize within each SOC category t. Main categories of strengths, opportunities and challenges 2. Specific strengths, opportunities, and challenges within each category 12:30-1:00 [unch 1:00-1:15 Review SOC and how to use it for the next exercise The SOC will be well understood as a tool for identifying a priority goal and transportation projects to achieve that goal 1:15-3:45 ldentification of Transportation Projects and Themes o lndividual work (10 minutes): Write top 5 - 8 very specific transportation projects on sticky notes o Small groups (30 minutes): sort and group sticky notes into themes - give each group a theme title; post themes and projects around the room; consolidate across groups o Fullgroup (105 minutes): prioritize themes and projects 7. Participants produce a priority list of themes /major topics that can be used by staff to develop a strategic vision statement 2. Participants produce a priority list of projects that can be used as a starting point for EOTC futu re decision-making 3:45-4:00 Wrap-Up and Next Steps Facilitator will provide a summary of the day's work and outline of next steps to be executed by staff and EOTC members 10-07-19 TC Packet 434 15 10:00-10:15 52 Pag Attachment 1 10-07-19 TC Packet 434 16 53 Attachment B EOTC Retreat Participants Attachment 1 Pag Category Name Title EOTC Member Tom Goode Bill Madsen Alyssa Shenk Bob Sirkus Town of Snowmass Village - Council Members Steve Child Patti Clapper Kelly McNicholas Kury George Newman Greg Poschman Pitkin County - County Commissioners Torre Ward Hauenstein Ann Mullins Skippy Mesirow RachelRichards City of Aspen - Council Members Staff and lnvited Guests Trish Aragon City of Aspen - City Engineer Dan Blankenship RFTA _ CEO David Johnson RFTA - Planning Director Clint Kinney Town of Snowmass Village - Town Manager John Krueger City of Aspen - Director of Transportation MichaelMiracle 4f pen Skiing Company - Director of Community Engagement Mitch Osur City of Aspen - Director of Parklng and Downtown Services Sara Ott City of Aspen - City Mana 8er Jon Peacock Pitkin County - County Manager David Pesnichak EOTC - Regional Transportation Administrator Kara Silbernogal Pitkin County - Policy and Project Man ager MichaelYang RFTA - Chief Financial & Administrative Officer Members of the Public Toni Kronberg Eduard Oliemans 10-07-19 TC Packet 434 17 54 Pag Attachment 1 10-07-19 TC Packet 434 18 55 Table 1. Consolidated Strengths by Theme Attachment C Strengths, Opportunities and Challenges Raw Input from Session 2 Attachment 1 Theme lndividual Responses Regional Approach Regionalism/understanding that regional needs are similar RTA, RFTA, passage of issue 7A, extant park-and-ride lots History of the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan Common purpose to focus on quality of life for residents and visitors Contribution of WeCycle New CDOT executive director Governance, Leadership and Staffing lndependent regional transportation coordinator + jurisdictional staff Leadership Dedication of staff and elected officials History of multijurisdictional decision-making History and Legacy Legacy/history of successful action, consensus and agreement Existence of Records of Decision Funding Source and Structure Existing stable funding source Structure of sales and use tax 10-07-19 TC Packet Pag 434 19 56 Table 2: Consolidated Opportunities by Theme Pag Attachment 1 Theme Individual Responses Regional Approach Grand Avenue "experiment" (getting people to use bus during bridge replacement) Housing near workplace Explore RFTA as multimodal solution EOTC improve multi-modal all options Regionalism Unified regional agreement on priorities Technology Electrification and advancing on climate goals Tech nology in novations Apps Broadband and telecommuting Communications Consistency in messaging Better public awareness and building community awareness Governance Create executive EOTC committee I nclude downvalley municipalities Leadership and history EOTC decision process/prioritization for projects and S$ Group policy direction regarding transportation and more Governing Documents U pdate comprehensive plan Complete Entrance to Aspen Multi-modal entrance to Aspen HOV Lane opportunity for other vehicles Airport Connectivity Sha red ai rport shuttles/luggage Address a irport con nectivity Airport improvement process Mode Shift Com muter tra ils, electric bikes/safety Mode shift goal Destination specific shuttles L'7last miles Opportu nities for experiment (downtowner) Coordinate taxi companies lmproving commuter/skier use at Buttermilk Tiehack bridge and school traffic Pet/family friendly for commuters (strol lers/pets a nd transit) Behavioral psychologists Upper valley mobility plan and EOTC Behavior chan CDOT CDOT funds for multi-modal CDOT 2040 plan and need in the plan 10-07-19 TC Packet 434 20 57 Table 3. Consolidated Challenges by Theme Pag Attachment 1 Theme lndividual Responses Regional Approach Housing near workplace; dispersed work locations Growth; private property valley-wide Brush Creek P&R future Buy-in/collaboration down valley (including $) Not inclusive of alljurisdictions (representative of all users of EtoA) River Road, McClain flats and others not in plan Va lley-wide congestion Regionalism Lack of clarity on various community's will/priorities Snowmass connectivity (down and up valley) Behavior Change <-> Mode Shift 1't/last miles Process of behavior change; different life circumstances Framing of various transportation efforts Trade worker behaviors Community workforce Mode shift and unintended consequences/induced demand Funding changes EOTC relevance and use tax changes Costs of electrification New state law - use/sales tax collection rules How EOTC funds are split/lock box Lock box concept vs EOTC mission EOTC decision-making Federa I leadersh ip/consistency EOTC governa nce/decision-maki ng Resiliency Winter access/egress Do emergency management needs change environmental conditions for ROD Topography Topography Entrance to Aspen School traffic Funding and political will 10-07-19 TC Packet 434 21 58 Pag Attachment 1 10-07-19 TC Packet f 434 22 59 Attachment 1 Attachment D Specific Projects by Theme Raw lnput from Session 3 and Sub-Theme Analysis Original projects were identified by individual EOTC members and subsequently grouped into themes through the small group and full group facilitated projects. Sub-themes were derived and assigned by the facilitator/consultant following the retreat to provide a summary report and are shown here for transparency, review and reassignment as desired by the EOTC and staff. Theme 1: Governance Pag nal lndividual ects Sub-Themes lncrease EOTC transparency to public (i.e., purpose, successes, chall CVTP, More ress releases and activ about transportation Market the EOTC Bring new entities into EOTC without duplicating RFTA; regional EOTC val -wide Encou other munici ities to n EOTC e of RFTAS )lnclude other urisdictions down vall Regionalize the EOTC Governa exec board or advi board Executive committee to meet more often for EOTC Create executive committee and workin create EoTC Executive committee Eva I uate i nte rna I co I lections cha nges (cha n ge 81,.04 I t8.960/0 formula.. Savings/decision ma kin Better idea of where the mo will come from for allthese ideas Fundi CS Future of EOTC re chan to fundin Restructure EOTC Budget Process Future of EOTC re cha of u se Structure for decision makingGovernance im rovement Decision maki cess EOTC board as final author Prioritize tran rtation ects Set and on es rational and ca ita I Create shared ls with res to mode shift and al ans Specify EOTC decision-ma king process Meet more often to hash out goals, future plans (more than 4 times a Restructure EOTC meeting schedule Don't the Brush Creek tGA ? Governance N/A 10-07-19 TC Packet t 434 23 Budget/lockbox Decision making body 60 Theme 2: Plans and Documents Pag Attachment 1 ETA proceed with ROD: bargain/compromise with transit/autos similar to successful parkway rail/parkway vote, including improvements for drivers and transit Complete the Entrance to Aspen lmprovements Entrance to Aspen Prep work for CDOT 2O4O f or Entrance to Aspen Determine a clear direction for the ETA ETA final design Convene an EOTC process to review and compare our current master plan with the upper valley mobility report and include L proponent of big innovation and L of historical reality ) outcome ) newly aligned master plan Revise CWP Revisit/revise CVTP (regiona lism) Review/rewrite CVTP Re-evaluate update the CWP CVTP update Update CVTP to reflect current reality and projections Realign governing documents into new prioritized plan with projects Examine and update CWP and governing docs Utilize community forum recommendations for S-year planning infrastructure for 10+ year planning Transportation at new airport: options, minimal impact on traffic and environment; efficient and many others Revise CVTP (include airport- specific plans)lnfluence a great airport transportation plan Link land use to transportation planning Revise CVTP (include holistic approach to zoning)CVTP in relation to regional housing ldentify non-EOTC jurisdiction improvements that are critical for the success of regional system. Estimate their cost and their value to the greater system as a way to think about cost-sharing Create separate Regional plan and ways to influenceRegional first/last mile planning (or investments) Coordinate transit efforts with downvalley activities lnduced demand: real of fake news? lmplications on traffic, congestion,parking and quality of life Misc To fix/solve the public transit paradox (the more successful public transit becomes the more chronic stress is placed on downtown Aspen) ROD Evaluate up valley Maroon Creek roundabout BRT dro poff Strike the " f or" f rom mission statement of EOTC ldentify Aspen) equity obstacles (e.g., people with private parking in (Criteria/va lues) Climate action n in guidi rinc s 10-07-19 TC Packet f 434 24 61 Theme 3: Mode Shift and Behavior Cha Pag Attachment 1 Make the intercept lot a place you want to stop and need what it offers lncreased usage of Brush Creek P&R - yielding less traffic and congestion and less demand on parking Encou rage facilitate utilizing park-n-rides Amenities at the intercept lot Create incentives (P&R) Mode shift/plans: destination specific shuttles; shared hotel shuttles; manage/discourage school driving On demand services Create incentives (Shuttles) Last mile options First mile last mile connection Create incentives (first/last mile) HOV lane enforcement with ridesharing app Ride sharing Ride hailing Create incentives (ridesharing) Expand downtowner Create incentives ( Downtowner) lntegrated apps for transit/modal user App to see and pay for transportation Real time reliable bus connectivity via transit app Use RFTA tech experience to build apps for transport i nfrastructu re Create incentives (tech/apps) Discourage school driving Create d isincentives (School driving) HOV lane enforcement with ridesharing app Create disincentives (HOV enforcement) Mode shift/communication Communication: create public buy-in/understanding of shared goals and change sacrifices needed Better unde rstand who we are trying to impact Examination of motivating behaviors of transportation users and redirection options Social engineering: how to make people change behaviors to advance goals of EOTC lmprove knowledge (Communications and Marketing) of the common the wa s of success rice of inaction)Tra ? To fix the public transit paradox (= the more successful public transit becomes the more chronic stress is placed on Aspen,s downtown streets ? Build h iness into transit Balancing growth driven tourism $ regarding economy with ed qual of lifelimited resources Qual of life valley-wide (criteria/va lues) 10-07-19 TC Packet 434 25 HOV enforcement 62 Theme 4: !nfrastructure Theme 5: Pedestrian/Bike Pag Attachment 1 Fleet electrician lmplement electrification infrastructu re (buses, person nel, charging stations) Autonomous vehicles buses Electric vehicles EV charging stations Successful implementation of better electric buses Build/convert transit stop at airport to Aspen and Snowmass lmplement specific improvements at the airport Create baggage drop system for airport Create a shuttle between airport and Aspen/Snowmass to replace hotel vans AABC/Airport to/from Aspen core (and SMV) frequency and convenience Better use of existing bus lanes in and out of Aspen lmprove roads, lanes, bridges, and parking lots Cemetery lane roundabout New bridge ldentification and prioritization process for TSP/queue jumps at congested intersections Brush Creek parking expansion with higher frequency shuttle service to/from Aspen and SMV 8th Street/Maroon Creek transfer find solution Extend car 4-lane from ABC to Buttermilk light (Basalt to Buttermilk ROD) Bigger and better P&R lots downvalley (Aspen Village, Old Snowmass, Two Rivers West, Catherine, ??) Pursue new ROD: split S curves solution to entrance outbound on existing inbound or near access Marolt (Entrance to Aspen ROD) Dogs, bikes and strollers for buses First and last mile solutions to all BRT stations Bus-specific improvements to enhance walking-biking Electric WeCycle WeCycle station at Buttermilk WeCycle e-bike transition lncreased safe usage of e-bike s not only for L't and last mile Bike-specific improvements Allowed uses of Rio Grande Trail Buttermilk to Truscott bike/ped trail on upvalley side Buttermilk underpass Brush Creek P&R connector to ABC trail system Trail and connectivity improvements Elde last mile o ns (criteria/va lues) to arrive at a fully walkable Aspen/SMV core with equity and convenience; including bike and electric on demand shuttle Explore how (goals) 10-07-19 TC Packet f 434 26 63 10-07-19 TC Packet EOTC Work Plan and Meeting Schedule Page 72 of 434 Attachment 2 27 Action Responsible Party Timeline Expected Outcome Development of Strategic Plan lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenuApproval: EOTC Spring 2020 Mtg. All Year Develop a Strategic Plan for EOTC Develop Updated Decision Making Policies EOTC w/ Jurisdiction Managers and EOTC Staff Winter 2019/2020 Develop Updaled EOTC Decision Making Policies Update Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (CVTP) EOTC w/ Staff Support Summer/Fall 2020 Mini-Retreat All Year Develop Updated CVTP Pursue EOTC Budget Mitigation Staff d EOTC Guidance - Fall 2020 Mtg- All Year Determine Feasible Option to Mitigate the Effects of Sales and Use Tax Collection Changes. Brush Creek PnR Tlokand 95% FLAP Plan Review Develop Operations Plan Update Cost Analysis Develop Vision Profile EOTC w/ Staff Support EOTC w/ Staff Support Staff w/ EOTC Guidance Staff w/ EOTC Guidance All Year All Year Spring 2020 Fall2020 Spring 2020 70% Review: 95% Review: Review and Approve Brush Creek PnR Plans for 202'l Construction. Develop Vision for Brush Creek PnR Develop Operations Plan Based on FLAP Plans and Vision Discussion. Update Cost Analysis for 202 1 Budget Cycle to Include FLAP lmprovements Develop Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) Operations and Management Plan Staff Prior to DMS lnslallation Develop DMS Operations and Management Plan for Ongoing Operations. Participate in Snowmass Transit Center, Airport, and Regional Transportation Planning / Visioning Staff and EOTC, as Appropriate All Year Participate in Transportation Related Planning and Visioning, as Appropriate. 2020 64 Reqular Meetinqs: March 19,2020 April 30, 2020 October 29,2020 Mini-Retreat: Summer/Fall - Strategic Plan Fall / Winter 2020: Additional EOTC Meeting, if 10-07-19 TC Packet Meeting Dates CWP and Strategic Plan / Release of Draft Strategic Plan and CVTp Page 73 of 434 Attachment 2 28 Continue / Finalize Strategic Plan and CWP, as necessary EOTC w/ Staff Support as NeededAll Year Finalize Strategic Plan and CVTP Update EOTC IGA based on Strategic Plan and lncorporate Updated CVTP lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenuApproval: EOTC All Year Update 1 993 EOTC IGA Based on Updated Strategic Plan and CWP Develop Budget Framework based on Strategic Plan and CWP lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenUApproval: EOTC All Year Develop Budget Framework to Guide EOTC Spending Based on Updated Strategic Plan and CWP Participate in Snowmass Transit Center, Brush Creek PnR Development, Airpo(, and regional transportation planning / visioning Staff and EOTC, as Appropriate Participate in Transportation Related Planning and Visioning, as Appropriate. Creek Budget 2021 Action Responsible Party Timeline Expected Outcome All Year 65 EOTC MEETING DATE: AGENDA ITEM TITLE: STAFF RESPONSIBLE: AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY October 17,2019 Proposed 2020 Budget David Pesnichak, Transportation Administrator ISSUE STATEMENT: Attached for review and approval is the Proposed 2020 Budget. The routine line items and new requests for the Proposed 2020 Budget are discussed below. In addition, this memo discusses the impacts and recommended next steps to respond to the changes in State law regarding sales and use tax collections. With retailers now collecting at the point of delivery, there will be less collection of use taxes and increased collections in sales taxes. While this new law is likely to result in an overall increase in sales tax revenues at the jurisdictional level, it has significant implications to the EOTC budget and use tax appropriations. As a reminder, EOTC sales and use tax revenues have the following distribution: EOTC retains 100% of funds generated by the Transit Use Tax EOTC retains only 18.96%o from the Transit Sales Tax - the remaining 81.04% is allocated to RFTA per the 2004 ballot measure As a result of this distribution, the anticipated decline in use tax revenues will be entirely shown in the EOTC budget while only a portion of the increase in sales tax revenues will be reflected. Since 8l .04Yo of the Transit Sales Tax revenue is allocated to RFTA per a voter-approved measure, any change to this allocation will require an additional vote. As the law just went into effect June 7,2019, Staff only has a couple months of sales and use tax data to make predictions for the 2020 budget year. With the delays in tax reporling from the State, the first indicators of the impact started to come available in mid-August 2019. Based on the changes seen to date, between20l8and2020weareanticipatinga63Yodecreaseinusetaxrevenues andal2.TYoincreasein sales tax revenues to the 0.5% Transit Sales and Use Tax. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 74 of 434 29 BACKGROUND: As the EOTC is aware, HB I 9- I 240 - Sales and Use Tax Administration - came into effect on June l, 2019. This new State law is the result of the Supreme Court South Dakota vs. Wayfair decision that requires all retailers, including out-of-state retailers that do not have a physical presence in Colorado, to collect state and local sales tax at the point of delivery. 66 EOTC Revenues Compared to RFTA t/2% Pitkin County Transit Sales Tax (81.04%) Revenues Note:2019 -2024 are projected revenues s7,000,000.00 s5,000,000.00 ss,000,000.00 -- -''-- - - -/ s4,000,000.00 s3,000,000.00 s2,000,000.00 s1,000,000.00 s0.00 2077 2018 2079 2020 2021, 2022 2023 - . Transit l/2%sales Tax - RFTA (81.04%l -Transit \/2%Sales Tax - EOTC (18.96%) -Transit Ll2%Use Tax - EOTC (100%) - EOTC lnvestment lncome -Jsf3l EOTC Revenues EOTC Revenue Sources - 2018 & 2020 Note: For comparison purposes, 2019 was not included the law went into 2024 RFTA (8t.04%) s583,548 12.7% EOTC /r8.96%\ $1,075,007 $1,2r r.s33 $136.s26 12.7% EOTC $1,484,002 $550,000 $934,002 - 63% EOTC $166,21I $252,213 $86,002 51.7% 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 75 of 434 mid-year 30 Revenue Destination 2018 Revenue 2020 Revenue Dollar Chanse Percent Change Pitkin County 0.57o Transit Sales Tax $4,594,962 $5,1 78,410 Pitkin County 0.57o Transit Use Tax Investment Income Total EOTC Annual Revenues EOTC $2,725,220 s2,013,746 - $711,474 - 26.10/0 67 The calculations above are the County's formal projections developed in conjunction with its Financial Advisory Board. Use tax collections have been notoriously volatile. Due to the changes in the sales and use tax collection laws and the small amount of historical data available to make predictions for the 2020 budget year and beyond, abnormally large swings in both sales and use tax collection predictions can be expected in the coming years. 2020 Budget Options and Recommended Direction As has been discussed, the EOTC is expecting a decrease in annual revenues at approximately $711,000 (26.1%) starting in 2020 when compared to funding levels in 201 8. When made aware of this upcoming funding decrease in the summer of 2019, Staff has been looking into potential options to mitigate the impacts to the EOTC budget. Some of the options considered include: l) Backfill EOTC budget from the City of Aspen, Pitkin County, and Town of Snowmass Village budgets since each ofthesejurisdictions will be seeing increased revenue from this change in State law. 2) Request that RFTA assume the No-Fare Aspen / Snowmass / Wood Creek service since RFTA will be seeing an increase in revenue from the 0.5% Transit Sales Tax while the EOTC will be seeing a decrease. 3) Consider ways for the EOTC to cut its budget in order to balance the budget back to 2018 levels 4) Consider ways for the EOTC to continue for one year with existing service levels to further examine possible mitigation options and gather more data on expected long-term revenue. When considering these options, the Transportation Administrator considered the below goals in identifying a recommended path forward. Goals for 2020 Budeet Mitigation: - Meet voter required funding for Town of Snowmass Village Transit Center by year approved by EOTC (2022) - Maintain programs currently obligated, including: Tax collection, insurance, administrative overhead, and meeting costs Brush Creek Park and Ride maintenance Brush Creek Park and Ride FLAP Grant match No-Fare RFTA bus services (Aspen, Woody Creek, Snowmass) Aspen Country Inn taxi program in lieu of bus stop safety improvements Regional Transportation Admin i strator positi on - Consider cuts to programs actively up for renewal and not currently obligated, including: We-Cycle operational support X-Games bus subsidv - Make long-term EOTC budget and management simpler as a result of any mitigation - Gather as much data as possible to inform any long-term measures. StaffRecommendation: Based on these goals and options, Staffidentified the transfer of the No-Fare bus service to RFTA as the best long-term option. This option is the simplest in terms of the EOTC's long-term budget management 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 76 of 434 31 68 while at the same time institutionalizing the no-fare service and minimizing administrative overhead. The other options either heavily restrict the EOTC's reserves for potential future projects, or required ongoing administrative support and monitoring that becomes increasingly complicated and burdensome over time for all entities involved. The Transportation Administrator has begun conversations with RFTA staff to initially vet the possibility of RFTA assuming the Aspen / Snowmass i Wood Creek No-Fare service. It is generally understood that the intent of this transfer is to move the financial component of this service from the EOTC where funds are decreasing to RFTA where funding is increasing as a result of this change in State law. While this transfer makes sense in this respect, obtaining buy in from the RFTA board and administering the necessary written agreements require time to complete. In addition, obtaining a few months of additional data on sales and use tax revenues will help better inform these conversations. As one can see from the preliminary budget, the expected increase in revenue to RFTA in2020 over 2018 from the 0.5% Transit Sales Tax revenue is $583,548 while the expected cost of the No-Fare Aspen / Wood Creek / Snowmass service is expected to be $690,075 - a gap of $106,527. As a result of this funding gap, RFTA and EOTC Staffhave been discussing options to make the arrangement revenue neutral to RFTA. lf the EOTC supports this approach to transfer the service obligation, Staff will continue to examine options over the course of 2020 to fill this funding gap with a goal of resolution in time for the 2021 budget. At this point, EOTC and RFTA Staff feel there is potential to find a solution that benefits both RFTA and the EOTC. For these reasons, Staff recommends that the EOTC adopt the "Transition" year budget for 2020 (Attachment 2) along with the 2020 EOTC Work Plan (Attachment 6). This budget and Work Plan then act as a transition budget as more data is accumulated regarding the impacts of the State law change to sales and use tax collections and allows time for Staff and elected officials to work through the details of RFTA potentially assuming the No-Fare service. These efforts can then serve as the foundation for transitioning to the "Example 2021 EOTC Budget - Use of Savings in 2020 and Long-Term Mitigation (Goal)" budget in 2021 (Attachment 3). Alternatives: Below are descriptions of potential scenarios to the 2020 EOTC budget, based on the stated goals, including (l) maintaining all existing policies (status quo); (2) a one-year policy deviation to allow use of savings in2020 (transition); and (3) an example 2021 budget with use of savings in2020and long-term mitigation (goal). "Proposed 2020 EOTC Budget - Maintain All Existing Policies (Status Quo)', (Attachment l) - This budget shows the predicted impacts to the 2020 EOTC budget should all current policies be adhered to, specifically the distribution of funds "below the line" (EOTC savings). Under this scenario, the renewal requests from We-Cycle and X-Games Bus Subsidy would not be able to be fully funded from 2020 revenues ("above the line") as is customary and still meet the voter required allocation to the Town of Snowmass Village Transit Center in2022.ln addition, significant negitive long-term impacts to the cumulative savings for the EOTC are expected which will similarly have negative impacis on the EOTC'sability to fund projects in the coming years. 4ECOMMENDED: "Proposed 2020 EOTC Budget - One Year Policy Deviation to Use Savings(Transition)" (Attachment2) - This is anticipated to be a one year transition budget. This budget iiintended to allow full "above the line" funding of cunent.rr.*ul requests and allow time for: tj further data collection on the impacts of the change in sales and use tax colleitions on the EOTC, and2) further 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 77 of 434 32 69 vetting of EOTC budget mitigation including RFTA assuming the No-Fare Aspen / Snowmass / Woody Creek service. The policy deviation allows the EOTC to utilize existing savings to backfill the "above the line" budget and allow for full funding of all requests. The degree of impact for this deviation is approximately $ I 71,000 in the year 2020. This budget does not incorporate mitigation due to a lack of time to get measures in place before budget adoption. However, the adoption of this budget in 2020 along with the EOTC Work Plan builds the bridge to ideally bring the EOTC budget back in good standing by 202l.lt is worth noting that Staff does not recommend the EOTC obligate funding for the X Games Bus Subsidy and We-Cycle for more than one year at this time due to the abnormally high degree of uncertainty in out-year revenue predictions. As a result, it is recommended that the EOTC revisit these funding requests as a part ofthe 2021 budget year. "Example 2021 EOTC Budget - Use of Savings in 2020 and Long-Term Mitigation (Goal)" (Attachment 3) - This budget, ideally adopted in202l, is the goal year budget. In the longterm this scenario puts the EOTC in a better financial position than was anticipated prior to the recent change in sales and use tax collections. Getting to this point will simplify the EOTC budget by not only eliminating a significant line item but also removing the need for complicated annual calculations to determine what the no-fare share should be to the EOTC. For RFTA, who will be seeing a significant increase in funding as a result ofthis change in sales and use tax collection, they can manage the service in house and similarly simplify their budgeting process. Adding the No-Fare service in with RFTA's standard practices also institutionalizes it and takes it from the "experimental" stage funded by the EOTC to standard practice for the upper valley. Proposed 2020 Budget -Maintain All Existing Policies (Status Quo) Proposed 2020 Budget - One Year Policy Deviation to Use Savings in2020 (Transition) - Recommended Example 2021 Budget - Use Savings in 2020 and Long-Term Mitigation (Goal) Pros Maintains consistency with existing policies. Can be implemented in2020 Allows for all programs to continue for 2020. Can function as a transition budget to allow one year to work toward budget mitigation. Allows time to collect additional tax data. Allows time to collect additional tax data. Allows for all programs to continue for 2020 and beyond Puts EOTC in potentially better financial position than it is currently by 2021 and beyond. Cons Does not fully fund current requests. Requires cuts to historically funded programs or will significantly reduce overall fund balance. Requires one-year deviation from current revenue i deficit distribution policy. If no long-term mitigation measure is finalized, then it requires cuts to historically funded programs or will significantly reduce overall fund balance. Cannot be implemented in time for 2020 budget. Requires one-year deviation from current revenue / deficit distributions. Requires time to vet and implement possible budget mitigation nleasures. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 78 of 434 33 70 Comparison of Year 2020 Budgets: "Proposed 2020 EOTC Budget - Maintain All Existing Policies (Status Quo)" and "Proposed 2020 EOTC Budget - One Year Policy Deviation to Use Savings (Transition)" Note: Both Alternatives Provide ired Snowmass Transit Center Fundi 2022 EOTC Transit Project Funding "StatusQuo" "Transition" Budget Budget 2020 2020 6,389,943 5,178,410 6,389,943 5,178,410 FUNDING SOURCES: Pitkin County 1l2o/o salestax less RFTA contribution (81.04% of 'll2% sales tax) tlp-l1l2% sales tax fundirE to EOTC Pitkin Courfi 1l2o/o welax lnvestrnent ircome & misc. 1,211,533 1,21't,533 550,000 252,213 550,000 252.213 Total Fundinq Sources 2.013.746 2.013.746 FUNDING USES: Onooino / Ooerational Use tax collection costs & overhead Administratiw costs & rneetirg costs Country lnn taxi program in-lieu of bus stop safety impro\€rnents X-Games transit subsidy Brush Creek lntercept Lot operatirE costs l\lo-fare AsperrSrnwmass-Woody Creek bus service - year-round \NE-rycle operational support Brush Creek BRT corEc{irg seNice - sprilp, swrner, fall (50% from Srrwrnass Sav) Reoional TransDortation Administrator 148,299 12,400 4,000 22,OOO 42,000 690,075 22,OOO 148,299 12,400 4,000 't'15,000 42,000 690,075 1 00,000 140.88'l1 40.88 1 sub{otal Onooinc / Ooerational 1,081,655 1 ,252,655 net fundirE a\Eilable for projects Proiects ButtermilUSHS2 Pedestrian CrossirE Analysis Battery Electric BrE Program Variable message sign on l-lwy 82 Snowmass Mall transit station (funded from Snowrnass Mllage SavirEs Fund) EOTC Retreat, Professional SeMces, Regional Transportation Participation Brtsh Creek Park and Ride FLAP qrant match (EOTC aDDroved 10t20116\ 564,019 650,000 8,000 1,958,873 564,01 I 650,000 8,000 1,958,873 932,091 761,091 Total Uses 4,262,547 4.433.U7 EOTC ANNUAL SURPLUS(DEFlClT)(2,248,801\ (2,419,801) EOTC CUMUI-ATIVE SURPLUS FUND BAI.ANCE 8,388,028 8,217,028 DISTRIBUTION OF ANNUAL SURPLUS (excludes projects funded from savings funds)(1 ,598,801) (1 .769.801) 25% to Snowrnass Mllage SavirEs until restored to rnaximum remainder to Aspen SavirEs (399,700) (1,199,101) (353,960) (1,415,841) Savinos Fund for qreater Snowmass Vilhoe Area Savilrgs Fund maximum 5,578,787 5,578,787 share of annual surplus/deficit less 50% of Brush Creek BRT conrrccting service fi)all transit fund (3es,700) (650,000) (353,s60) (650,000) Fund Snowmass 5,179,087 5.224.827 Savinos Fund for orcaterAsoen Aroa share of annual surplus/deficrt (1,199,101) (1,415,84.1) 3,208,941 2,992,201 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 79 of 434 34 71 Outline of Funding Uses Ongoine / Operational I ) Use tax collection cqsts and County overhead - $ I 48,299 The proposed budget includes the county's administrative costs of collection for both the sales and use tax as well as insurance. These costs are collected from the EOTC budget I year in arrears. The increased cost starting in 2019 is due primarily to increased staff time devoted to collection and auditing in the County's Finance Department starting in 2018. In order to maintain compliance with State law and auditing requirements, the County Finance Director felt this increase in oversight is necessary. The costs are anticipated to increas e in 2020 due to the administrative cost of the new Transportation Administrator position (payroll, technical support, and human resources support). 2) Administrative cost and meeting costs - $12,400 The proposed budget includes other administrative and meeting costs. This includes costs such as recording and broadcasting EOTC meetings, food at EOTC meetings, and costs associated with the Transportation Administrator positions (communications - cell phone, work related travel, professional dues, education and training, postage and shipping, materials and supplies, and computers and computer equipment). 3) Country Inn taxi program in-lieu of bus stop safety imorovements - $4,000 The EOTC implemented the Country Inn taxi service in 2001 to address bus stop safety issues faced by residents at this senior-priority housing complex. The lack of a traffic signal, crosswalk, or median at this location along Highway 82 makes it unsafe for Country Inn residents to use transit for down valley trips or for return trips from Aspen. The Aspen Country lnn taxi program allows residents to use a taxi when their travel would otherwise require the crossing of Highway 82. Although underutilized in recent years compared to budget, starting in mid-2019 demand has picked up significantly. 4) X-Games transit subsidy - $ I 15,000 This budget is paid to RFTA to help fund transit services for the X-Games and was previously approved through 2019. As noted earlier, since this line item is up for renewalin2020 and is not currently obligated, this item may not be fully funded should the EOTC move forward with the "status Quo" budget (See Attachment l). Please see the attached memo from the Aspen Skiing Company for details (Attachment 5). 5) Brush Creek Park and Ride operating costs - $42,000 The City of Aspen's Parking Department manages the parking area of the Brush Creek Park and Ride Lot for the EOTC per an intergovernmental agreement. No staff cost for parking enforcement or management of the lot is included. Instead, this budget funds utilities, snow removal, trash removal, irrigation, and weed control. The budget was increased by $ I 0,00 0 for 2020 as snow removal costs alone in 20 I 9 rose to 35Yo of the budget leaving a potentially insufficient amount in case of an unexpected repair or unforeseen cost. The cost for this service is expected to increase significantly to about $95,000 annually starting in202l as a result of the installation of restrooms, additional landscaping and lighting, and increased paved parking area. In addition, costs of operating and maintaining the new Dynamic Meisage Sign (DMS) is anticipated to be included in this line item. Staff will continue to evaluate the anticipaied cost to maintain this new infrastructure over the coming year, however it is important to show the preliminary increased cost in the out years given the current volatility in the EOTC budget. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 80 of 434 35 72 6) No-fare Aspen-Snowmass-Woody Creek bus service subsidy - 5690,075 ($687,310 Aspen-Snowmass, $2,765 Woody Creek) The EOTC previously agreed with RFTA to set the Aspen-Snowmass subsidy at 36.7%o of the actual cost of the service two years prior to the year being budgeted. Thus, the $690,075 budget for 2020 (and amount to be paid) for 2020 is 36.7Yo of the actual cost for 2018. The 2021 and2022 estimated costs are based on the2019 and2020 budgets forthis service, but actual costs have been less than budget so far. The initial EOTC subsidy was set at the amount of fare revenue estimated to be lost by eliminating the fare for this service. For 201 0, the first full year of no-fare service, that estimate of lost fare revenue was approximately $480,000, and the actual cost of the service that year was approximately $1,308,000. Thus 36.7% of the actual cost was estimated to be recovered from fare revenue. For the 2021 bdget cycle, the EOTC is likely to see a more significant increase in the cost of this service as the BRT connecting service between Snowmass and Brush Creek Park and Ride will also be factored in at the same 36.7Yo rate. Since RFTA took over this service as a result of the passage of Ballot Measure 7 Ain2019 (the EOTC formerly paid the full amount of this service), considering the 2-year delay the cost of this no-fare service will be reflected inthe202l budget cycle. As was previously discussed, should the EOTC adopt the "Transition" budget (See Attachment 2) to work toward RFTA assuming the No-Fare service and an agreement can be reached with RFTA in 2020, then this line item would be eliminated starting in202l (See Attachment 3). 7) We-Cycle operational support - $100,000 The EOTC had approved 2 years of funding at this level for 201 8 and 201 9. Since this line item is up for renewal in2020 and is not currently obligated, it may not be fully funded should the EOTC move forward with the "Status Quo" budget (See Attachment 1). See the attached memo for an update on We-Cycle for 2020 (Attachment 4). 8) Resional Transportation Administrator - $140,881 The EOTC previously approved this on-going full+ime position beginning in 2018. This amount reflects the cost of the position including base salary and County benefits as well as health insurance and wellness benefits. Projects 9) Brush Creek Park and Ride - Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) Improvements - $1,958,873 While the total cost of the project is approximately $4 million, the EOTC match contribution is $2 million. ln2019, design of the improvements to the Brush Creek Park and Ride began and were carried through to 30Yo plans. Invoices are expected to be received in 2019 in the amount of $41,126.45 from the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) for initial design. As a result the total budget amount to the EOTC in2020 is expected to be $1,958,873.55 ($2 million minus $41,126.45). Any unused portion of the $41,126.45 from 2019 will be carried forward to2020 and added to the $1.958 million currently budgeted to ensure a total contribution amount of $2 million from the EOTC. l0) Dynamic Message Sien (DMS) on Hwy 82 near Brush Creek Park and Ride - $564,01 9 ln2019, the EOTC decided on the size and location of the DMS. Construction of the sign is scheduled for 2020. lnitial engineering estimates for construction of the sign is $564,01 9. Pitkin County Public Works has contributed engineering support for this project which has reduced the cost to the EOTC. The sign is expected to be installed in spring of 2020 and fully operational by fall. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 81 of 434 36 73 1l) Snowmass Mall transit station (funded from Snowmass Villaee Savines Fund) - $650,000 After budgeting $50,000 in 2018 for conceptual design, the request for 2020 is for continuing design and engineering of a new Snowmass Mall transit station. In 2019 the Snowmass Town Council decided on a conceptual approach to move forward. Snowmass estimates that the remainder of the Snowmass Savings Fund may be used for construction of this project in2022.ln 2019, the Town planned to utilize $350,000 for further design. The request is to carry this funding forward to 2020 and add $300,000 in order to move the design to 30Yo engineering plans. This makes the total 2020 request at $650,000. It is worth noting that this full amount is to come from the Snowmass Savings Fund intended for the new transit center. As a result, this withdrawal reduces the overall cap on the Snowmass Savings fund per current EOTC policies with the balance of this voter approved funding ($5,578,787 of the original $7 million) expected to be withdrawnin2022 for construction. 2020 Budget - Nerv Requests l2) EOTC Mini-Retreat. Professional Services. Reeional Transportation Participation- $8,000 At the 2019 strategic planning retreat, the EOTC identified updating the current governing documents as one of the top priorities. As a result, Staffproposes the development of an EOTC strategic plan in the spring and summer of 2020 with a half-day retreat in the summer or fall of 2020 to provide the EOTC time to specifically approve the plan and update the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (CVTP). The proposed request is to pay for any necessary professional services associated with the development of a strategic plan, retreat expenses related to updating the CVTP, and any special meetings that may be necessary to accomplish these goals. This effort is expected not to exceed 55,000. In addition, Staff has recently been in communication with the City of Rifle, City of Glenwood Springs, and CDOT regarding a potential presentation and information gathering meeting within the Roaring Fork Valley to examine the link between housing, land use, and transportation in the winter of 2020. This event is timely as CDOT is currently in the process of updating their lO-year transportation plan and investment priorities. This meeting is above and beyond their regular regional meetings and is anticipated to dive deeper into the link between housing, land use and transportation. This is also a potential opportunity to learn more about CDOT's planning efforts and provide input into their upcoming investments in our region. While it is understood that CDOT, the City of Clenwood Springs, and the City of Rifle will be financially participating to make this event happen, this EOTC funding is to act as matching funds to help increase the chances that the event can occur. Staff feels that this is a valuable opportunity for staffand elected officials within the Roaring Fork and Colorado River Valley to discuss regional transportation, housing and land use needs with CDOT officials. The meeting is anticipated to be professionally facilitated and would likely occur in Glenwood Springs, as it is the center of the corridor. The amount of EOTC funds allocated for this event is not to exceed $3,000 or the individual contribution from the City of Glenwood Springs and/or City of Rifle, whichever is less. RECOMMENDED EOTC ACTION: - Adopt "Proposed 2020 EOTC Budget - One Year Policy Deviation to Use Savings (Transition)" - 2020 Transition Year Budget ATTACHMENTS: l. "Proposed 2020 EOTC Budget - Maintain All Existing Policies (Status Quo)"2. "Proposed 2020 EOTC Budget - One Year Policy Deviation to Use Savings (Transition) - Recommended" 3. "Example 2012 EOTC Budget - Use of Savings in 2020 and Long Term Mitigation (Goal)" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 82 of 434 37 74 4. Memo from We-Cycle 5. Memo from Aspen Skiing Company 6. Draft2020 EOTC Work Plan 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 83 of 434 38 75 Attachment'1 Proposed 2020 EOTC BUDGET - Maintain All Existing Policies (Status Quo) EOTC Transit Project Funding Actual 2018 Prcjection or Budget 201 I Budget 2020 Plan 2021 Plan 2022 Plan 2023 Plan 2024 7,262,016 138 625.062 187 261 287 5,669.869Pitkin County 1/2% sales tax 6,520,350 6,389,943 6,597,616 6,812,039 7,033,430 net 1/2% sales tax funding to EOTC Pitkin County 1/2016 use tax lnv€stment income & misc. 1,236,258 1,000,000 1,2',t1,533 550,(x)0 1,250,908 567,875 1,291,563 586,331 1,333,538 605,387 'l,075,007 't,48/.,oo2 16'1 ,l 1 1 8138 ',l ButtermilUSHS2 Pedestrian Crossing Analysis Battery Electric Bus Program Variable messge sign on Hwy 82 Snmass Mall transit station (funded fiom SnMass Mllage Savings Fund) EOTC Retreat, Professional Seruies, Regional Transportation Participation 1,426,419 22,753 50,000 1,250,934 721,999932,091 785,665 500,000 5,578,787 41 127 funding available for projects '10,000 564,0't9 650,000 8,000 Total Uses 1 1 1 1 8 Use tax @lledion @sts & overhead Administrative costs & meeting msts Country lnn taxi program in-lieu of bus stop sfety improvements X-Games transit subsidy Brush Creek lntercept Lot operating costs No-fare Aspen-Snownassw@dy Crmk bus sruie - year-round WEryd€ operational support Brush Creek BRT connading sewice - spring, summer, fall (50% fiom Snowmass Sa\ Administrator 67 213 4781 2.108 1 15,000 30252 650,556 100,000 294,400 1 13,090 't1,700 4,000 1'15,000 32,000 662,'158 1 00,000 148,299 12,400 4,000 22,000 42,000 690,075 22,NO 't 51,413 12,660 4,000 22,OOO 95,000 838,888 22,000 154,593 't2,926 4,000 22,OO0 96,995 872,444 22,000 '157,839 13,',t97 4,0@ 22,000 99,032 907,342 22,OOO 161,1 54 13,474 4,000 22,O00 101,112 943,636 22,000 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 84 of 434 39 76 Atlachment 1 Proposed 2020 EOTC BUDGET - Maintain All Existing Policies (Status Quo) 5.80/o -8.6% 1.640h 15.00% -32.6% 1.50h -2.OO% 45.O% 1.50h 3.25% 325% 1 .7 5o/o 3.25o/o 3.25./. 1.7 50h 3.250 3.25.h 1.75%rate a) sa/esrax b) use tax Actual 2014 Projectlon or Budget 2019 Budget 2020 Plan 2021 Plan 2022 Plan 2023 Plan 2024 lunded from 7211 25016 to Snomass Village Savings unlil restor€d to maximum remainder to Aspen Savings 274.222 1,276,U5 (399,700) (1,r99,10'r ) 1 96,416 589,249 203,284 621,200699,807 72',t,999688,52 1 787 ,787 274.222 ('t47,2OOt fund maximum (399,700) less 50% ot Btush Creek BRT mnnecting seruie less Snowmass mall transit station - redues share of annual 72'l621 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 85 ol 434 40 'l 3avinos Fund for oreater Snowmass Villaoe Area Savinos Fund maimum 203.244 (5.578.787) 'Igti 41ti 6224 tAt 6 224 tAt 5.179.O47 5 3/5 503 Savinqs Fund for qreater Aspen Area 77 Attachment 2 Proposed 2020 EOTC BUDGET - One Year Policy Deviation to Use Savings (Transition) - Recommended EOTC Transit Project Funding Actual 20't8 Prcjection or Budget 2019 Budget 2020 Plan 2021 Plan 2022 Plan 2023 Plan 2024 Pitkin County 1/2% sales tax less RFTA contribution 1.04'h ol ll2oh sales 550,000 625,0621AU.OO2 't.000.000 1/2% sales tax funding to EOTC 7,033,430 7,X2,O16 138 261 287 Pitkin County 1l2o/o use lax income & misc. 5,669,869 6,520,350 6,389,943 6,597,616 6,812,039 1,333,538 605,387 1,250,908 567,875 1,291,563 586,33'1 Total Funding Sour€s 2,725,2m 2,423,25q 2,01!!7t5 2,079,803 2,165,298 2,077,868 2,161,817 FUNOING USES: Onoolno, Operatlonal Use tax colleciion costs & overhead Administrative @sts & meeting @sts Country lnn taxi program in-lieu of bus stop safety improvements X-Games tEnsit subsidy Brush Creek lntercept Lot operating osts No-lare Aspen-Snma$-Woody Creek bus seryie - year-rcund WE{yde operational supporl Brush Cre€k BRT connecting service - spring, summer, fall (50% lrom Snowmass Sa\ Regional Transportation Administrator 67,213 4,741 2,108 1 15,000 30,252 650,556 1@,000 294,QO 34,492 1 1 3,090 1 1,700 4,000 1 1 5,000 32,000 662,'158 100,000 r48,299 12,400 4,000 'll 5,000 42,000 690,075 100,000 148,'t77 155,856 1 63,937 172,4421 34,376 't40,881 151,413 12,660 4,000 95,000 838,888 154,593 12,926 4,000 96,995 872,444 161,1 54 't3,474 4,000 101,112 943,636 't57,839 't3,'197 4,000 99,032 907,342 sublotal Ongoing / Operational 1,298,801 't,',t72,324 1,252,655 1,250,138 1,296,814 1,345,U7 1.395.818 ButtermilUSHS2 Pedestrian Crossing Analysis Battery Electric Bus Program Variable message sign on Hwy 82 Snoflmass Mall transit station (funded from Snowmass Village Savings Fund) EOTC Retreat, Prcfessional Seruices, Regional Transportation Parlicipation 1,426,419 22,753 50,m0 1,250,934 5,578,7A7 10,000 Park and Ride FLAP 76't,091 829,665 765,999 500,000 match funding available tor projecls 554,0't9 650,000 8,000 Total Uses ,| 1 ,1 i01 1,345,U7 1,395,818 1 732.521303)765.999 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 86 of 434 41 78 Attachmenl 2 Proposed 2020 EOTC BUDGET - One Year Policy Deviation to Use Savings (Transition) - Recommended sa/es ,ax use lax investment 5.8o/o -8.60/o 1.640h 1 5.00% -32.60k 1.5% -2.OO% 45.0% 1.5% 3.25o/o 3.25% 1 .7 5o/o 3.25.h 3.25o/. 1.750h 3.250h 3.250h 1.750h a) b) rate Actual 2014 Proiection or Budget 2019 Budget 2020 Plan 2021 Plan 2022 Plan 2023 Plan 2024 DISTRIBUTION OF ANNUAL SURPLUS funded from 25% to Snomass Village Savings until restored to maximum remainder to Aspen Savings 274,222 1,276,645 (353,e60) (1,41 5,84r ) 207,416 622,249 146,544 721.940 732.521699,807 765,999 Savinos Fund for oreater Snowmass Vlllaoe Area Savings Fund maximum 6,228,787 6,228,787 6,578,787 5,578,787 share of annual surplus/deficit less 50% of Brush Creek BRT connecting service l€ss Snowmass mall transit station - redues savings tund maximum 274.222 (147,2OO) (50,000) (353,960) (650,000) 207,416 146.544 (5,578,787\ savings greater snowmass vlllage Area 6,228,787 6,228,787 5,224,827 5,432,243 1 765 999 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 87 of 434 42 79 Attachment 3 Example 2021 EOTC BUDGET - Use of Savings in 2020 and Long Term Mitigation (Goal) EOTC Transit Project Funding Actual 2018 Prcjeclion or Budget 2019 Budget 2020 Plan 2021 Plan 2022 Plan 2023 Plan 2024 Pitkin County 'll2% sales tax 567,875 ,708 1,000,000 550,000 586,331 to .04'h ol 1r2'h eles 7,033,430 7,262,016 Pitkin County 1l2Vo use tax less RFTA contribution net tax 1,484,OO2 5,669,869 6,520,350 6,389,943 6,597,616 6,812,039 1,333,538 605,387 1,376,878 625,062 Total Soures ,746 1 Us€ tax @lledion @sts & overhead AdministEtive @sts & meeting @sts Country lnn taxi program in-laeu of bus stop safety improvsments X-Games transit subsidy Brush Creek lntercept Lot operating costs No-fare Aspen-Snowmass-Woody Creek bus *ruie - yaar-rcund WE.clde operational support Brush Creek BRT connecling sErvics - spring, summd, fall (Reimbursmont) 67,213 4,781 2,108 1'15,000 30,252 650,556 100,000 294,400 1 13,090 11 ,700 4,000 1 15,000 32,000 662.1 58 100,000 148,299 12,400 4,000 115,000 42,000 690,075 100,000 177 200,000 16'1,154 13,474 4,000 115,000 101.112 '151,413 12,660 4,000 1'15,000 95,000 1 54,593 12,926 4,000 1 15,000 '157,839 13,197 4,000 1 15,000 99,032 1 1sub-total 567 182 ButtermilUSHS2 Pedestrian Crossing Analysis Battery Electric Bus Program Variable messag€ sign on Hwy 82 SnMass Mall transil station (funded from SllMas Villa€o Savings Fund) EOTC Retreat, Professional Seruices, Regional Transporlation Participation 1,250,934 22,753 500,000 1 0,000 50,000 5,578.747 761,091 1,353,553 '.t,625,928 1,524,863 1,594,635 41 127Brush Creek Park and Ride FLAP match 564,019 650,000 8,000 Total 1 182 1 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 88 of 434 80 Attachment 3 Example 2021 EOTC BUDGET - Use of Savings in 2020 and Long Term Mitigation (Goal) sa/es lax u* tax investment 5.80h €.6% 1.Uoh 't5.ooo -32.6% 1.5% -2.OO% 45.Ooh 1.50/o 3.2504 325% 1.75% 3.250h 3.25o/o 1.7 50h 3.250,$ 3.250h 1.75o/o a) b) rate Actual 2014 Projection or Budget 2019 Budget 2020 Plan 2021 Plan 2022 Plan 2023 Plan 2024 1 25016 to Snowmass Village Savings until rastored to maximum 274,222 1 699,807 1165 1remainder to Fund maximum share of annual surplus/deficit less 50% of 8rush Creek BRT @nneding serua@ (Reambursement lor BRT Conn Ser 274,222 (147,200)(200 000) less Snowmass mall transit station - reduces fund maximum 1 165 ,1 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 89 of 434 44 (353,950) (650.000) 190,572 (5 574747\ 6 224 t8l 6 ??A /47 5 224 427 5 3AA Savinqs Fund for oreater Asoen Area 81 WECYCLE Attachment 4 ,, / community-supported bike share David Pesnichak, Elected Officials Transportation Committee Mirte Mallory, WE-cycle, Co-Founder and Executive Director 2020 WE-cycle EOTC Funding Request REQUEST OF EOTC: Continued investment in WE-cycle, at the 5100,000 level, to support day to day operations of the Upper Valley's bike transit system designed as a first/last mile feeder to RFTA and an in-town, on-demand transit offering. New in 2020, WE-cycle is planning a service expansion to Snowmass Village with the launch of 2 - 3 stations, - 20 bikes, with the primary goal of testing bike share in Snowmass Village by enhancing transit connectivity to and from the Snowmass Club and Club Commons with the Town Park bus stop. ln the Aspen System, WE-cycle will continue to refine and evolve its station configurations, locations, and balancing strategies to enhance the first/last mile focus of its service. ln the context of the recent changes impacting the EOTC's annual income, WE-cycle respectfully requests that in 2020, funding be considered from above the line appropriations and be re-evaluated in 2021based on the EOTC's strategic planning outcomes and available funding. SUPPORTING MATERIATS: o Please visit www.we-cycle.org/aspensystem for the 20L8 WE-cycle Annual Report highlighting achievements, partners, programming, and financials. o WE-cycle's 2019 Mid-Season Repo rt can be viewed at www.we-cycle.org/reports/2019- m idseason-report/ CONTEXT: WE-cycle is grateful to the EOTC for its 20L7 ,2018, and 2019 operating support of 5100,000. This contribution has been instrumental in helping WE-cycle stabilize its service year over year such that it could become an established, relied-upon, and expected part of the Upper Valley's transportation system. Since WE-cycle opened in 2013, its funding model and sources have evolved in response to changes in the micro-mobility industry and the Roaring Fork Valley's transportation ecosystem. WE-cycle remains committed to innovating and adapting to best serve the first/last mile transit needs of communities in the Upper Valley and looks forward to collaborating with the EOTC as it identifies its future priorities. On a regional level, RFTA is a cornerstone partner of WE-cycle. ln addition to being WE-cycle's first Founding Partner, RFTA has made a multi-year commitment of 5100,000 annually through 2022to support WE-cycle operations. ln November of 2018, RFTA member-jurisdictions passed a property tax mill levy to sustain and enhance service levels as outlined in the Destination 2040 Plan. The Plan calls for new and expanded bike share systems and designates both capital and annual operating dollars to the bike transit services. RFTA recently adopted its 2019 Strategic Plan with one of its Smart Objectives being to increase first/last mile offerings throughout the service area. ln 2020, WE-cycle and RFTA will explore ways to partner in order to deliver bike share to more member-jurisdictions and optimize existing services, while simultaneously assessing how bike share complements emerging mobility offerings. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 90 of 434 45 TO: FROM: RE: 82 Attachment 4 2020 will be a year of converging planning efforts on behalf of the EOTC, RFTA, and WE-cycle. The synergies and priorities identified in these processes will create a collaborative framework for delivering forward thinking transportation services throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. While these planning efforts proceed, it would be in the best interest of valley-wide transit riders to maintain existing levels of WE-cycle service in 2O2O. Hence, the importance of the continued EOTC funding. As illustrated below, the EOTC funding comprises essentially 25% percent of the WE-cycle Aspen System's annual revenue. ldentifying a replacement source for these funds for 2O2O within a short time frame is unlikely given the existing high level of private sector contributions. 2019 WE-CYCLE PARTNERS: WECYCLE WE-cycle: Aspen System - Revenue Projected 2019 figures Source Amount Notes Public lnvestment City of Aspen S145,ooo Per annual service contract EOTC Sloo,ooo Operating support RFTA 557,L43 Allocated portion of RFTA investment to Upper Valley bike share Private lnvestment Sponsorship S85,ooo On-bike and station-based messaging, special events Si.4,ooo Charged at 50.50 per minute for rides over 30 minutes Donations 51,soo Rider donations and individuals TOTAL 5402,643 NOTE: WE-cycle is still in its 2019 operating year with notable expenses forthcoming as the system undertakes annual fall maintenance and repairs and closes for the season. Based on projections, expenses are aligned with revenues. Tmtsrra sothebvr I rcmu i3 vt - r.lSltixriir, " sl0lrlss & 't*,. trifi-^-"4, # tlt&, &a -RTTA - Al*N ilttu{rtr s $ffi|,t-8 ..:*."1 cLid,:',,rr,.,i,.r1 10-07 -19 TC Packet Page 91 of 434 46 u. / community-supported bike share Fees " " dijt'*,3.:v.'t li [3r1il tTxlm, gp6il$ffi ' ''' ' 3\f ili['J"" : 't2' t' , tt fil O**or* srn ilo [ur ,i-; itgi*1 .R, f\ebr*r."r : : -t A.qP.E11 l,* s.,c*exrs: ffirlfli8xttm 83 Attachment 5 AsPEl{s SN(}WMASS a$PEl{ SnlNc c0ilPAjrY To: From: Date: Re: Eleded Officiab Trasportation Cormitee Aspen Skiirg Compary September 18,2019 202G24 X GanesAspm Fundlng Rquest Aspen Skiing Company, with the support of Pitkin County, the City of Aspen, the Town of Snowmass Village, RFTA, the Aspen Chamber Resort Association and the Elected Officials Transportation Commiftee, has collaboratively and successfully hosted X Games at Buttermilk since 2002. This past year we worked together on a bid to keep X Games in Aspen for the next 5 years (2020-2024). The terms of support per entity remained flat to the previous 5 years, and we all heard the good news that X will be staying right where it belongs - here in the Roaring Fork Valley. This memo serves as a brief recap of the event and the official request to continue the EOTC's funding to support the transit needs of the event in the amount of $1 15,000 per year. For background, X Games is a mufti-season, global event property owned by ESPN. The winter event has been hosted in Aspen for the past 18 years. lt is televised globally on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 in 1 92 countries and territories, reaching more than 500 million homes, with live coverage in Latin America, the Middle East, Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, and muftiple countries in Europe. Aspen Snowmass receives 16 hours of live programming annually that reaches tens of millions of viewers. Nearly as many fans follow X Games across digitaland social media platforms (Facebook, lnstagram, YouTube and Twitter), watching behind-the-scenes and athlete-curated content that enhances the telecasts. Engagement in these arenas continues to show significant growth, with the greatest engagement coming from the 15 - to 3S-yearold demographic. Locally, last yea/s attendance was estimated at 1 17,000 during X Games Aspen 2019. The week continues to be one of the highest occupancy weekends of the entire year, and the economic impact of to the Roaring Fork Valley is enormous, with the majorlty of that impact supporting lodges, retailers and restaurants. When coupled with mass promotion of the sports of skiing and snowboarding - 75 Olympic athletes compete - plus the global media platform and marketing support for Aspen Snowmass, the event generates both short- and long-term benefit for the valley. And with ESPN's and Aspen Skiing Company's commitment to keeping both the event and the spectator experience fresh and relevant, we garner the attention of influencers throughout the industry. Over the course of a generation, the event has become part of our identity and remains part of our strategy for Aspen Snowmass to remain relevant with a younger demographic. One unique element to the X Games is that there is no on-site parking at Buttermilk, making transportation arguably the most critical piece to this very complex puzzle. All attendees must take some form of altemative transportation to Buttermilk, and the most efficient and safe mode of transit has proven to be the dedicated event shuttles tolfrom the Brush Creek Lot, Aspen, and Snowmass. Approxim alely 75o/o of X Games guests take advantage of the services we collectively provide. For a community as committed as the Roaring Fork Valley is to increasing transrt ridership, we think X Games should be considered a point of pride. The EOTC funds have been used directly to support both our local community and destination guests to X and the high level of service in and out of Buttermilk. The event has grown tremendously over time, and we are requesting continued funding to provide the best and safest spectator shuttles to and from the event, allwhile showcasing how strong public transportation is within the Roaring Fork Valley. Thank you for your continued support. Buck Erickson Director, Event Operations Aspen Skiing Company X Games Aspen 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 92 of 434 47 84 10-07-19 TC Packet EOTC Work Plan and Meeting Schedule Page 93 of 434 Attachment 6 48 Action Responsible Party Timeline Expected Outcome Development of Strategic Plan lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenUApproval: EOTC Spring 2020 Mtg. All Year Develop a Strategic Plan for EOTC Develop Updated Decision Making Policies EOTC w/ Jurisdiction Managers and EOTC Staff \Mnter 2019/2020 Develop Updated EOTC Decision Making Policies Update Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (CWP) EOTC w/ Staff Support Summer/Fall 2020 Mini-Retreat All Year Develop Updated CWP Pursue EOTC Budget Mitigation Staff w/ EOTC Guidance Fall 2020 Mtg. All Year Determine Feasible Option to Mitigate the Effects of Sales and Use Tax Collection Changes. Brush Creek PnR: Develop Vision Profile Develop Operations Plan Update Cost Analysis EOTC w/ Staff Support EOTC w/ Staff Support Staff w/ EOTC Guidance Staff w/ EOTC Guidance 70% Review: Spring 2020 95% Review: Fall2020 Spring 2020 All Year All Year Review and Approve Brush Creek PnR Plans for 2021 Conslruction. Develop Vision for Brush Creek PnR Develop Operations Plan Based on FLAP Plans and Vision Discussion. Update Cost Analysis for 202'l Budget Cycle to lnclude FLAP lmprovements Develop Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) Operalions and Management Plan Staff Prior to DMS lnstallation Develop DMS Operations and Management Plan for Ongoing Operations. Participate in Snowmass Transit Center, Airport, and Regional Transportation Planning / Visioning Staff and EOTC, as Appropriate All Year Participate in Transportation Related Planning and Visioning, as Appropriate. 2020 70o/o and 95% FLAP Plan Review 85 2020 Work Schedule and Meeting Dates BwEr-Ueelils: March 19, 2020 (Snowmass) - Strategic Plan Focus April 30, 2020 (Pitco) - Brush Creek PnR Focus (70% Plans and Visioning) October 29, 2020 (Aspen) - Budget Focus Attachment 6 49 and CWP Focus Fall / Winter 2020: Additional EOTC Meeting, if necessary, to complete CWP and Strategic Plan / Release of Draft Strategic Plan and CWP 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 94 of 434 Mini-Retreat: Summer/Fall - Strategic Plan Expected Outcome Continue I Finalize Strategic Plan and CWP, as necessary EOTC w/ Staff Support All Year, as Finalize Strategic Plan and CWP Update EOTC IGA based on Strategic Plan and lncorporate Updated CWP lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenuApproval: EOTC I -Update 1993 EOTC IGA Based on Updated Strategic Plan and CWP Develop Budget Framework based on Strategic Plan and CWP lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenUApproval: EOTC All Year Develop Budget Framework to Guide EOTC Spending Based on Updated Strategic Plan and CWP Participate in Snowmass Transit Center, Brush Creek PnR Development, Airport, and regional transportation planning / visioning Staff and EOTC, as Appropriate All Year Participate in Transportation Related Planning and Visioning, as Appropriate. 2021 Action Responsible Party Timeline All Year 86 AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY EOTC MEETING DATE:October 17,2019 AGENDA ITEM TITLE:EOTC 2020 Work Plan Davi d Pesnichak, Transportati on Administrator ISSUE STATEMENT: Following the EOTC Retreat on August 7,2079, direction was determined to pllrsue strategic planning and update existing EOTC governing documents including the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (CVTP). The EOTC also needs to address the impacts from the recent changes in sales and use tax as well as the upcoming developments at the Brush Creek Park and Ride. In order to tackle these items with limited time available and with the greatest amount of efficiency, Staff has created a draft 2020 Work Plan to enable transparent planning. In addition, this Plan includes proposed meeting dates and for 2020 and the focus for each of the EOTC meetings. BACKGROUND: The EOTC has many work items that need to be addressed in the coming years. In order to ensure we are all moving in an agreed upon direction, Staff has created the attached 2020 Work Plan. This Work Plan extends preliminarily into 2021 and includes proposed meeting dates. This Plan is to bring together the following work projects facing the EOTC through 2021. This Plan is not intended to be all-inclusive and is anticipated to be updated as needed. The following topics are proposed to be addressed: 2020: - Development of Strategic Plan - Develop Updated Decision Making Process - Update Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (CVTP) - Pursue EOTC Budget Mitigation - Brush Creek Park and Ride Development, including: -70%o and95%FLAP Plan Review - Develop Vision Profile for Park and Ride - Develop Operations Plan for Park and Ride - Update Cost Analysis - Develop Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) Operations and Management Plan - Participate in Snowmass Transit Center, Airport, and Regional Transportation Planning / Visioning, as appropriate 2021: - Continue I Finalize Strategic Plan and CVTP, as necessary 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 95 of 434 50 STAFF RESPONSIBLE: 87 - Update EOTC IGA based on Strategic PIan and Incorporate Updated CVTP - Develop Budget Framework based on Strategic Plan and CVTP - Participate in Snowmass Transit Center, Brush Creek PnR Development, Airport, and regional transportation planning / visioning, as appropriate ln addition to the above actions, the Work PIan also identifies the responsible party, preliminary timeline, and the expected outcome from the action. The Work Plan also includes the following regular meeting dates and focusses for 2020: March 19,2020 (Snowmass) - Strategic Plan Focus April 30, 2020 (Pitco) - Brush creek PnR Focus (70% Plans and visioning Profile) October 29,2020 (Aspen) - Budget Focus Due to the nature of the CVTP, Staffproposes a one-day "mini-retreat" in the summer or fall of 2020 to address this document specifically. This update will require a charrette style review of the current CVTP. This updated CVTP combined with the strategic plan is then proposed to be employed to reexamine the EOTC budget prioritization framework in202l in anticipation for the Snowmass Savings Fund to be fully utilized in2022 for the construction of the Snowmass Transit Center. This CVTP can also be incorporated with an updated IGA for the EOTC. The Work Plan also calls for additional meetings, if necessary, in order to complete necessary tasks related to the CVTP and / or strategic plan. BUDGETARY IMPACT: Staff has proposed a line item for $5,000 in2020 to help support this Work Plan should professional services, meeting space, or other materials be needed. RECOVIMENDED ACTION: Approve proposed 2020 EOTC Work Plan and Meeting Schedule ATTACHMENTS: 1 - 2020 Draft EOTC Work Plan and Meeting Schedule 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 96 of 434 51 88 10-07-19 TC Packet EOTC Work Plan and Meeting Schedule Page 97 of 434 Attachment 1 52 Action Responsible Party Timeline Expected Outcome Development of Strategic Plan lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenUApproval: EOTC Spring 2020 Mtg. All Year Develop a Strategic Plan for EOTC Develop Updated Decision Making Policies EOTC w/ Jurisdiction Managers and EOTC Staff Winter 2019/2020 Develop Updated EOTC Decision Making Policies Update Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (cwP) EOTC M Staff Support Summer/Fall 2020 Mini-Retreat All Year Develop Updated CVTP Pursue EOTC Budget Mitigation Staff w/ EOTC Guidance Fall 2020 Mtg All Year Determine Feasible Option to Effects of Sales and Use Tax Changes. Mitigate the Collection Brush Creek PnR 700/o and 95% FLAP Plan Review Develop Operations Plan Update Cost Analysis Develop Vision Profile EOTC w/ Staff Support EOTC w/ Staff Support Staff w/ EOTC Guidance Staff wi EOTC Guidance All Year All Year Spring 2020 Fall2020 Spring 2020 70% Review: 95% Review: Review and Approve Brush Creek PnR Plans for 2021 Construction. Develop Vision for Brush Creek PnR Develop Operations Plan Based on FLAP Plans and Vision Discussion. Update Cost Analysis for 202'l Budget Cycle lo lnclude FLAP lmprovements Develop Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) Operations and Management Plan Staff Prior to DMS lnstallation Develop DMS Operations and Management Plan for Ongoing Operations. Participate in Snowmass Transit Center, Airport, and Regional Transportation Planning / Visioning Staff and EOTC, as Appropriate All Year Participate in Transportation Related Planning and Visioning, as Appropriate. 2020 89 and Meeting Dates Attachment 1 ca Reoular Meetinqs: March 19, 2020 April 30, 2020 Plans and Visioning) October 29, 2020 Mini-Retreat: Summer/Fall - Strategic Plan and CVTP Focus Fall / Winter 2020: Additional EOTC Meeting, if necessary, to complete CWP and Strategic Plan / Release of Draft Strategic Plan and CWP 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 98 of 434 Continue / Finalize Strategic Plan and CWP, as necessary EOTC w/ Staff Support All Year, as Needed Finalize Strategic Plan and CWP Update EOTC IGA based on Strategic Plan and lncorporate Updated CWP lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenVApproval : EOTC Update '1993 EOTC IGA Based on Updated Strategic Plan and CWP Develop Budget Framework based on Strategic Plan and CVTP h. lnitial Development: Staff AmendmenVApproval: EOTC All Year Develop Budget Framework to Guide EOTC Spending Based on Updated Strategic Plan and CWP Participate in Snowmass Transit Center, Brush Creek PnR Development, Airport, and regional transportation planning / visioning Staff and EOTC, as Participate in Transportation Related Planning and Visioning, as Appropriate. 2021 Action Responsible Party Timeline Expected Outcome All Year All Year 90 AGNEDA ITEM SUMMARY TO:Elected Officials Transportation Committee FROM:David Peckler, Town of Snowmass Village Transportation Director MEETING DATE: October 17,2019 SUBJECT:Mall Transit Station Project Update I am providing the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) with the completed Feasibility Study on the Mall Transit Station design work to date. Attached you will find the report from our consultant Short Elliot Hendrickson, lnc (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 and criteria defined for the project. The design work to date has been funded by the EOTC. The Probable Cost estimate was made with input from a firm with construction experience in the Roaring Fork valley The cost estimate for the preferred option is $8.711 million. Roughly $6 million remains in funding for the project from the (Eorc). RFTA has proposed to contribute $500,000 and construction management to the project as well. RFTA is also lnterested in providing an electrical charging station for their new electric buses. Staff has been discussing grant possibilities with the state. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 99 of 434 54 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 bus 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; . lmprove the passengers'waiting experience; . Define the pedestrian access to the loading platforms to address the pedestrian interface with bus traffic; o Provide for pedestrian access to the Mall from Upper Brush Creek Rd.;. Provide public restrooms, information center, and bus driver breakroom; and. Address ADA access to the transit station and public parking area. 91 It is our hope to begin the 30% design work and to move into the land use review process. We have requested $650,000 in the EOTC 2020 budget to continue the design work. Public outreach and presentations will continue through the end of the year. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 100 of 434 55 92 I I I I L T Attachment 1 C, I T ry"<lE} !!' n n Mall Transit Station Redevelopment t. i{rffiB i I tlilll., DrarcT ro tt t'l T I kIl 7z I'i I B i\ -,! I -4 D I rRIE TO ASP[N C,fi/2'.3/2Cr79 Pase l olrgDf$ry't ?ue/e :-G{\ 1 i(i 93 I w*, kl Attachment 1 n n p* I t ,! t / I T I mt,n t."*.. -al*-!t PROJECT BACKGROUND + GOALS 1 t\\ -l 57 94 Attachment 1 PROJECT BACKGROUND The Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV), along with other local stakeholders, are interested in redeveloping and revitalizing the existing Snowmass MallTransit Station. The current facility provides the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) two loading,/unloading bus stops as wellas 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 lntercept 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 traff ic among the bus traffic and have sporadic pedestrian crossing interaction with the bus. This Mal/ Transit Sfation 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. 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, llmiting 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 10-07-19 TC Packet 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 MallOwners. The lnitial Concept Plans included three design options for both the Upper Level(Mall Level) and Lower Level(Parking Level). The team evaluated bus circulatian, 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 pedestrtan w ayf i nd i ng nodes, ci rcul ati on routes. gathering zones and planting areas. The initialthree options were developed through severa I 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. KEY FEATURES . Clear Pedestrian Circulation Paths . Minimize Bus & Pedestrian Circulation . Enhance Mall Entry,zApproach . "At Grade" access to Mall from Bus Platform . (72) Bus & Shuttle Eays w/ Flexible Bay Sizes . Clear identification of Local vs Regional Bus Routes . (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 finaldesign, Page 103 of 434 Mall Transit Station Redevetop8rent OZ 95 OPTION 1 SINGLE PLATFORM OPTION 2 MULTIPLE PLATFORM m OPTION 3 PERIMETER PLATFORM tf{h ! Attachment 1 I { I E il . 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U) (! t\ Transit Station Total 2,000 1 10.250 10,250 45' Bu s Loadi ng/ U nloadi ng 6 382 2,292 40' Bus Loading/U nloading 2 363 726 30' Bus Loading/U nloading 2 270 540 Futu re Loa di ng/ U n I oad i ng 1 1,750 1,750 Bus Circulation 1 37,507 27,257 -\o ! G o_ U) o Platform TotalBus 42,8L5 1 Q-QoFr4'@orf$,wfuUf@{Feasibiritystudy page 1 06 Of 434 61 P I I OGRAM REOUIBEMTNTS MALL TRANSIT STATION Programed Space Quantity Area (sq. ft.)Total (sq. ft.) Transit Station Pl atform 98 Attachment 1 il { gh DD ,E---T Lr- %c l' ,{--t- 1 \i G \ PLANS + PERSPECTIVES t 1"4 a I I Trarr sit Statiofi''fti t Prage fiT of $;'w?4 62 99 Eq 9 i ! ; I .t\r (I d @ =- -.tiil o4ooz*aY<z\ /if 8a1zz * e; R 3 bt<sq ff =F s;d;x E E -,o L t-craGlr-...::= !-: Ct)?=--Ct) --+xtrErrJ l- E f, I I a/? trBtL)I. -t' t $ coo o)o)6 o-lnlm r I .1. : rtatat I g E tr E ? ,X I ts O tlxll a F ffi$r- ! Gi T 1&* ( -\o. T 7t d7/ I 100 @re'-tq8 m J ! II It*_L-_ nI I IIMSIISEIW \I lf I F r E ltlt I,O, llll[[I Attachment 1 i 8I 6 d J ;* I &(d, um ,,!:4 w OPIION 4 UPPER LEVEL 8us Operatrons . SINGLE BUS PLATFORI\,,I . (2) 30 SHUITLE LOADING,/UNLOADTNG . (1) 30' SHUTTLE UNLOADING . (2)40 LOADTNG/UNLOADTNG . (7)45 LOADTNG/UNLOADTNc il?rslt Stafron . 42,815 SF TRANSIT PLATFORM . 2,OOO SFCOMBINED TRANSIT STATION. DRIVER LOUNGE . SKIER SERVICES . PUBLIC RESTROOMS Additio nal Desrgn flements . FREICHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS . DIRECT UPPER/LOWER MALL ACCESS IdT6{SbtbIlffiD )t irfi ltttt[[$l[il o;;e, ..*-cii.lr 1 0 -0t-r{€.T$'.F€l0lts{r-brry srdy Page 109 of434 I I D r{EsR}umurxrf,r lll o--rmlmu ; aii l, -{H{'rcl x I I I I5 E I ------J t{ }l'\u I\ a t tumfftu,lY tF 101 Attachmenl 1 i( a 6 a Y 0PTl0l\l 4 LOWER LEVEL tqilEtr Parking & Deliveries . (2) PARKING ENTRY/EXITS . (56) PARKTNG SPACES . (3) ADA SPACES . (1) VAN ADA SPACE . O) DELIVERY VEHICLE PARKING ' (5) KISS N RIDE PARKING Additional Design Elements . FR€IGHT & PASSENGER ELEVATORS . 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I I I } I I i 1,t I t: u Tit n u l':: ,:' ( I (-- - i:::] 104 CARRIAGE WAY PEHSPECTIVE MTTAPffBEENIIIG la wil[$rflil srr*^^.,* Altachment 1 Mdl Tlsit shtbn R6&w6*Ent I1 o-0i7rdf€btT€@€ Ukat suxty stdy Page 113 of434 ft ,d, sI t' ! l, 't I 1 + -t /a 105 -6 a-q {,, Attachment 1 M.ll Ialit Sbtbn R*wh6got A DALY LANE PEHSPTITIVE FUttoPscBEilililG ?a ,,r[[$r*r eam,*.,* 1 0-Oqr.l€d}@itFsufrcfasiliv srdy Page 114 of 434 rf I \ l I n 1 l !t ) trl \ ,, _!* , *..4|-t 'u'-l LI t f 106 CARRIAGE WAY PEHSPTCTIVE SLOPEI]TOP STfrEENIII6, ?a ruril[sr[il oa*^-"-,,* Attachment 1 M.llTrilstsbthRebf$at 21 o-Fr@i[@'Fg UhcFsbiliv srdy Page 115 of434 : + p.Tffi=: ,,1d-\ ;l ;l I ; @ ',{, 107 Attachment 1 - lsrc f GO - ., oo I \€f.r-* L F T trr r&{fl n TO ASPEN -EHitfrffi I : I -*H a. ..> $ I t ,Wz"w{e.qw6 !L t PINION OF PROBABLE COST PROJECT SUMMARY + DETAILED ASSUMPTIONS \ I i. sLEHhr0ffi \II 108 Attachment 1 OPINION OF PROBABLE COST FE,ASIBILIW STUDY TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION REDEVELOPMENT SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO A Substructure $ 1,506,080.00 B Shell s 1.958.361.89 C lnteriors $ 32.529.22 D Services $ 674,943.25 E Equipment & Furnishings $ 2,76r.00 60 $ 69,577.92 $ 4,774,675.36 Parking Garage Total A Substructure $ 43,680.00 B Shell $ 324,568.90 c lnteriors $ 51,U2.00 D Services $ 244,084.00 G Building Sitework $ 160,576.50 Construction Hard Cost Sub-Total 2,000 sF $ 412.01 $ 824,O2L40 $ $ 649.386.98 437.320.OO Construction Hard Cost Sub-Total i 1,086,706.98 Construction Hard Cost Sub-Total $ 6,085,403.74 General Contractor Fees l5o/o $ 912,810.56 Architectural/Engineering Design Fees 7Oo/o $ 608,540.37 Fees Sub-Total $ 1,521,350.94 Construction Contingency lOo/o $ 608,540.37 Contractor lnsurance/Bonds 5.5o/o $ 334,697.21 Permitting./Plan Review 2.650/o $ 161,042.38 Additional Soft Costs Sub-Total $ r,104,279.96 Construction Hard + Soft Cost Sub-Total $ 8,711,034.63 Construction Soft Costs 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. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 117 of 434 Mall Transit Station Redevelo$Aent 2a Construction Hard Cost Sub-Total Transit Statlon & Platform Total Roadwork & Silework Total A Substructure B Services 109 Attachment 1 OPINION OF PROBABLE COST Parking Garage TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION REDEVELOPMENT SNOWMASS VI LLAGE, COLORADO A I Standard Foundations 40.000 SF $ 10.70 $ 427.960.00 2 Slab on Grade 40.000 SF $ 8.45 $ 338,000.00 ?40.000 SF $ 9.s0 $ 380.120.00 4 Basement Excavation Exterior Walls (Parking Garage)300 LF $ 1,200.00 $ 360,000.00 $ 1,506,080.00Total Cost / UnitSubstructureUnit TotalQuantity 42.815 SF $ 3.73 $ 1s9,528.69IRoof Construction - Columns (Bus Drive Aisle) 2 Roof Construction - Slab (Bus Drive Aisle)42,8r5 5t-$ 34.00 $ 1,455,710.00 3 Exterior Walls (Elevator)3.100 SF $ u.75 $ 55,009.50 4 1,500 SF $ 8.51 $ 12,768.00 1,s00 $ 4.68 $ 7.025.70q 6 Gutters & Downspouts ( Eleuator) Waterproof ing Metal Roofing (Elevator) 40.000 5F SF $ 6.71 $ 268,320.00 $ 1,958,361.89Total rffi TotalQuantityUnit Cost / Unit c I Stairs EA $ 16,264.61 $ 32,529.22 Total $ 32,529.22 Cost I UnitlnteriorsUnit TotalQuantity D 1 Elevators )$ 155,791.62 $ 3U,583.25 2 Rain Water Drainage 40,000 SF $ l.5s $ 61,880.00 ?Sprinklers 40.000 SF $ 4.45 $ 177,840.00 4 Standpipes 40.000 SF $ 0.25 $ 10,080.00 5 40.000 SF $ 2.59 $ 103,480.00 6 Lighting & Wiring Communications & Security 40.000 SF $ 0.25 $ 10,080.00 Total $ 674,943.25 TotalServicesQuantityUnit Cost / Unit E $ 1,500.0060 10 1 Pavement Markings 2 Directional EA EA e $ 25.00 126.10 $ 1,261.00 Total $ 2,761.00 Equipment & Furnishings TotalQuantityUnit Cost / Unit 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. 1 0-0+rq'.0offiwp6g{6{reasibirityStudy page 119 Of 434 73 EA 110 Attachment 1 OPINION OF PROBABLE COST Transit Statian & Ptatfarm 1 Mechanical Room Walls 3,200 SF $ 13.65 $ 43,680.00 Total $ 43,680.00 B I Roof Construction - Columns 2,OOO SF $ u.r3 $ 34,268.00 2 Roof Construction 3,500 SF $ 25.00 $ 87,500.00 ?Exterior Walls 2,100 SF $ 44.56 $ 93,578.10 4 Exterior Windows 2,000 SF $ 12.13 $ 24,258.00 q Exterior Doors 2,000 SF $ 5.45 $ 10.894.00 6 Metal Roofing 3,500 SF $ 18.00 $ 63,000.00 2,000 SF7Gutters & Downspouts $ 5.54 $ 11,070.80 Total $ 324,s68.90 c I Partitions 2,000 SF $ 2.47 $ 4,940.00 lnterior Doors 2,000 sF $ 1.33 $ 2,664.00 2 4 Toilet Room Partitions Wall Finishes SF SF 2,000 2.000 $ 2.85 $ 13.17 $ 5,694.00 $ 26,338.00 q Floor Finishes 2,000 SF $ 2.94 $ 5,876.00 6 Ceiling Finishes 2.000 sF $ 2.80 $ 5,600.00 Total $ 51Jr2.00 D 1 Plumbing Fixtures 2.000 EA $ 29,276.00 2 Domestic Water Distribution 2.000 sF $ r0.o0 $ 20,000.00 J 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 Total $ 2,14,084.00 Services TotalQuantityUnit Cost./ Unit G I Landscaping 10,250 SF $ 3.67 $ 37.576.s0 2 Snowmelt (60%o of Platform)6.150 SF $ 20.00 $ 123,000.00 Total $ 160,576.50 Building Sitework Unit Cost/ UnitQuantity Total - r-E 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. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 119 of 434 Mall Transit Station Redevelo$$ent 26 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION REDEVELOPMENT SNOWMASS VILI.AGE. COLORADO A Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total Ouantitv Unit Cost / Unit Total lnteriors Quantrty Unit Cost,/ Unit Total $ 14.64 111 Attachment 1 OPINION OF PROBABLE COST Roadwork & Srtework I Upper Carraige Way Road r.222 $ 104.00 $ 127,088.00 2 Retaining Wall 250 LF $ 629.80 $ 157,450.50 3 Backf ill 3,000 CY $ 25.00 $ 75,000.00 4 Snowmelt 8,400 SF $ 20.00 $ 168,000.00 q Daly Lane Connection 333 SY $ 104.00 $ 34,632.00 6 Existing Mall Connection 5,200 SF $ 15.30 $ 79,s60.00 7 Brush Creek Connection Sidewalk 180 LF $ 42.54 $ 7.656.48 Total $ 649,386.98 EI Cost / UnitUnit TotalQuantity D 1 Utilities 42.050 SF $ 3.58 $ 150,328.75 2 Stormwater Management 42.O50 SF s 6.83 $ 286,991.25 Total $ 437,320.00 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 oflicial bid. 1 0-G7r4^0"F@FaUl@{Feasibiritystudy Page 120 Of 434 75 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VITLAGE MALL TRANSIT STATION REDEVELOPMENT SNOWMASS VILLAGE. COLORADO SY Quantity Unit Cost / Unit Total Construction Cost Sub-Total 112 II Atta ( \ d t E t II 3 l* <; I :,* ( I J I h a -{ ' -...* I .m ! I r,a -- u t t A81 9 tls L A G $rtL &r FINAL DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION 1 0-07,-19""TC \t-- .1 ,'iLurlr rFr L\-3 T ) Mall Transit DD Station 28 tn,113 Atlachmenl 1 13 2 PrcoatEn Notce to Proceed I I :t ab --ab Contrtng 14 5 Csdpel D6lgn A d.yr Pre-Design Meetng and S[e Wdk 1 dq Feasbilrty Study Review & P.oqram Veafrcaton 14 daF a CM/GC 9 10 21 30% D.sS Woffiop Q'QC RdS 30% O.d$ Dodmlnb $bmH CMGC 30% OdS DocumentRcvi* Vdue Enginedng 1dq 1dq 10 daF II b L 21 TOSV RevePeiod 30% D.$gn R.U# M..tnC 28 daF 14 daF 10 daF Spdf cdons.nd Speral Provisions Opinion ol P.obdl. CosinS CM/GC lnpul Q&QC Reviil 75% Constuctdility Revew Submiu ol75% DocumcnE TOSV ReM* P.riod I' - 75% 1@% Spffidonssd SprlJ Prdisiffs Find Opinion olPrddlc CctSfr CW@ lnpd 100% Submib for QilOC rnd cons!@Uljty R!vi4 Find contudlrt R.s* Contucton Cont*tng 7ds 1dq 7 dq3 1dq 2l &F I{ I' L iol f, i3 -l 1 0, miq€ oiF&Fslclto{f dtrty srdy Page 122 oI 434 Mdllm{sdbkba&nt I PROJECT SIHIDUIE FINAL DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION 15 d.yr 23 76% D6lIn &cumnE .nd Plafrng 27 f, I( aL toott Cfflmcds DdumoE -- EPr€paraton of 100% ksgn Documenl Sol P.rd$ng.nd Cdlhctff 365 114 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: October 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Proposed Modifications to the Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations PRESENTED BY: Betsy Crum, Housing Director BACKGROUND: The Town Council, in its 2019 Strategic Goal setting, established a specific goal under “Affordable Workforce and Senior Housing” to update the Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations. These Regulations govern all matters related to our deed-restricted housing portfolio, which currently includes some 175 housing units in condominiums, townhouses and single-family homes. These Regulations will also apply to the upcoming Coffey Place Housing development, making review and modification especially timely. The existing Regulations were last revised and updated in 2011. There have also been annual changes made to the Income and Asset Limits section to reflect the changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), but no other changes since that time. They enforce the Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code and are incorporated by reference in that Code, which reads: Sec. 17-11 Regulations. The Housing Manager shall establish rules, and regulations to effectuate the provisions of this Article after conducting a public hearing and with the advice and consent of the Town Council. All rules and regulations so established shall be enforceable as if enacted in this Code. Please note that I am recommending only updates to the Regulations; no changes to the Code are proposed or necessary. In the nearly 18 months I have been here I have worked with these regulations and have come to understand their strengths and limitations closely. Further, I have looked 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 123 of 434 115 to understand the evolution of the Regulations over time, and to understand the impact that the requirements have had on the owners and the community. I have also looked at the regulations used in nearby mountain communities for purposes of comparison and for new ideas, all within the context of Snowmass Village’s goal: to support a viable workforce and continue a commitment to workforce housing opportunities that best balance the character and resources of the Town. After much consideration and research, I believe the Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations are generally well-crafted and do not need a major overhaul. They work quite well at achieving the goal of supporting a diversity of workforce needs and have appropriate enforcement mechanisms. I am, however, recommending a few modifications that I believe will update and strengthen the Regulations, ensure their consistency with the underlying Municipal Code 17, and provide opportunities for maximizing the bedroom use by removing barriers to downsizing from a larger deed- restricted home to a smaller one. Attached are both a redlined version of the proposed changes and a “clean” copy that has those proposed changes incorporated. The following summarizes those changes: • Consistency with Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code: The current Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations are not inconsistent with the Code; however, there are some things stated in the Code that did not carry over to the Regulations, including definitions, mandatory resale language, and the one-time transfer permitted for surviving spouses. I propose to include these in the Regulations and to mirror the numbering system and headings found in the Code. • Formatting: Overtime (and likely with changing software) some of the formatting has become a little skewed. I have tried to correct that in this proposed version. • Purpose Statement (17.1): I have inserted a Purpose/mission statement in the first paragraph that mirrors the recently-adopted Comprehensive Plan strategic initiative. • Qualified Employment/Employers – Home Occupations (17.2.4.1): The improvements in technology over recent years and the rise of entrepreneurs and the “gig” economy has given rise to many applications from people who own and run their business out of their homes. This is a great trend; however, we have struggled to interpret the regulations for these applicants, who are both employees and businesses, and to make sure that their work meets the spirit of the goal to “support a viable workforce.” This change is proposed to codify some of the practice we have adopted to ensure that both the business and the individual are benefitting the Town of Snowmass Village through their work. • Downsizing from one Permanent Moderate Housing Unit to another (17.2.4.1 and 17.2.4.2): The current Regulations create a barrier for long-time owners of a deed restricted property to downsize to a smaller home by placing an asset limit 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 124 of 434 116 that, at least in some cases, is lower than the equity they have in their homes. The original belief was that these owners would have the option of moving to free market homes, but the free market in Snowmass Village has far outstripped the growth in deed-restricted equity, which is limited to the lesser of 3% or the CPI. I am proposing that, for owners who wish to downsize from a larger deed- restricted home to a smaller one, the value of the equity in their current home be excluded from the asset calculation. Further and to incentivize this movement, I recommend that such moves be given a high priority in the Lottery system, second only to in-complex transfers. • Timing for Approved Improvements (17.4.3.2): Several of the developments permit the depreciated value of owner-paid improvements to be included in the resale price of the home, and energy/water conservation improvements can be included in all cases. However, historically many of the owners have not turned in these improvements until they are ready to sell their homes, which leaves these sometimes-substantial improvements off of the assessor’s records for many years. We are proposing that improvements must be turned in within 6 months of completion in order to be counted in the value of the home. • Coffey Place Resale Calculation (17.4.3.6): This new section will govern the resale calculation for Coffey Place. • Change in Ownership (17.5.3): This new section addresses the need to ensure that the Housing Office in aware of additions or deletions to the deed (most often through marriage or divorce). FINANCIAL IMPACT: There is no financial impact to the Town of Snowmass Village. The proposed changes will, however, change the financial requirements of the Permanent Moderate Housing Program to: 1) remove one of the financial barriers for people looking to downsize from one deed-restricted housing unit to another; and 2) better match the maximum income and asset limits to the purchase price of deed restricted homes. 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. Specifically, the Council commits to a near-term strategy that will update housing regulations, actively identify opportunities and partners to address senior housing needs and incentivize the creation of an additional 200 units. 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 making the deed restricted housing offered through the Permanent Moderate Housing Program more accessible. The proposed modifications will clarify some of the “gray areas” of the 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 125 of 434 117 regulations, provide updated income and asset limits that better reflect the range and breadth of deed-restricted housing opportunities, and remove one of the significant barriers to households seeking to downsize from one deed-restricted housing unit to a smaller home. This last change will also provide opportunities for seniors to remain in the community by allowing them to live in smaller, less expensive and more easily- maintained housing in the Village. COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Adopt the proposed modifications to the Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations as presented; 2. Modify the proposed changes to the Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations, and adopt the modified version; 3. Leave the Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations unchanged. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Council adopt the proposed modifications. ATTACHMENTS: 6.C.1 Redline Proposed Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations 6.C.2 Clean (no redline) Proposed Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations 6.C.3 Proposed 2019 Maximum Income and Maximum Net Worth 6.C.4 Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code – Employee Housing 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 126 of 434 118 Page 1 of 18 Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations 17.1 Purpose. 17.2 Application Procedure. 17.3 Qualified Applicants.Definitions 17.4 Resale Procedure. 17.5 Lottery Procedure.Mandatory Resale 17.6 Contract and Sale Procedure.Rental 17.7 Housing Unit Rental.Exempt Transactions 17.8 Biennial Requalification.Release of Restrictions 17.9 Appeal.Remedies of the Town 17.10 No Guaranty or Warranty Disclosure 17.1 Purpose. It is the goal of the Town of Snowmass Village to support a viable workforce and to continue a commitment to workforce housing opportunities that best balance the character and resources of the Town. provide a variety of housing options in balance with the character and resources of the Town, in order to 1) accommodate the housing needs of a diverse workforce that participates in the local economy; and 2) build a vibrant, diverse and sustainable community. These rules and regulations effectuate the provisions of Chapter 17, Article I of the Municipal Code and shall be enforceable as if enacted as a part thereof. 17.2 Application Procedure. The Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations apply to the use, occupancy and sale of the following developments: Capital Peak Condominiums, Coffey Place (when completed), Country Club Townhomes, Creekside Condominiums, Crossings at Horse Ranch, Daly Permanent Moderate Housing Townhomes, Mountain View Permanent Moderate Housing Condominiums, all phases of Rodeo Place, and Sinclair Meadows, and all other Permanent Moderate Housing developments recognized by the Snowmass Village Town Council. 17.2.1 Application Procedure. On forms specified by the Housing Manager, an applicant shall provide information concerning employment, income, net worth, unit size, dependants and such other information deemed reasonably necessary to determine whether the applicant can be deemed a qualified applicant. All information provided by an applicant shall be considered confidential for use by the Housing Manager. Formatted: Right: 1", Top: 1", Bottom: 1", Width: 8.5" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 127 of 434 119 Page 2 of 18 17.2.2 Procedures. Applications are available at the Housing Department office. Completed applications must be submitted with an application fee of Twenty Dollars ($20.00). An application is active for twelve (12) consecutive months. To apply for another housing unit, only a Confirmation Affidavit should shall be completed, with updated information, and a reapplication fee Twenty Dollars ($20.00) shall be paid. Incomplete applications will not be acceptedconsidered. 17.2.3 Verification of Application Information. The Housing Manager will verify all information contained in an application. If the Housing Manager determines that any information or statements in an application is are not true and or accurate, then the applicant may be permanently precluded from applying for the purchase of any housing unit or for the applying to rent any Town apartment. 17.3 2.4 Qualified Applicant. 17.32.1 4.1 Employee Employment Qualifications. To apply for a housing unit an adult employee must have been actively employed by an employer licensed pursuant to Section 4.2 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code with a principal place of business in the Snowmass Village as defined in Section 17.3 for the minimum of three one (31) year, OR in Pitkin County for a minimum of three (3) yearss. A minimum of one thousand four hundred (1400) hours during a minimum period of eight (8) months per calendar year constitutes a year of active employment. Licensed Snowmass Village home-based businesseshome occupations are qualified, provided they are located and have a current business licensemeet the definition of an employer in the Town of Snowmass Village and derive a minimum of 80% of income from products, services or other direct benefits to the residents and/or businesses of the Town of Snowmass Village or Pitkin County. Applicants must provide proof of business license, a current Profit and lLoss statement, and a current list of clients, and any other information deemed necessary to verify eligibility, in addition to the other required application documents. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 128 of 434 120 Page 3 of 18 The following lottery tiers establish the priorities for applicants. All applicants must also meet employment, income, asset and occupancy requirements procedures were approved by the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council on July 27, 2009. After applicants are qualified they will be entered into a lottery tier using the priorities listed below. Lottery Tiers Lottery Priorities 1st In-Complex (meets employment, income, assets and occupancy requirements) 2nd Downsizing from one Permanent Moderate Housing unit to another unit, provided the downsized unit has fewer bedrooms than the current unit. In the case of new construction, no more than 25% of initial units shall be made available for downsizing. 2nd3rd Snowmass Village full-time employment with 3 or more years (meets occupancy requirements) 3rd4th Snowmass Village full-time employment with 1 - 3 years (meets occupancy requirements) 5th4th Snowmass Village full-time employment with 3 or more years; 2 people may apply for a 3-bedroom unit 65th Snowmass Village full-time employment with 1 - 3 years; 2 people may apply for a 3-bedroom unit 76th Pitkin County full-time employment with 3 or more years (meets occupancy requirements) Formatted Table Formatted: Superscript Formatted: Font: (Default) Arial, 9 pt 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 129 of 434 121 Page 4 of 18 17.32.2 4.2. Maximum Income and Net Worth. The purchase price of a housing unit limits the income and net worth of an applicant to a maximum income and net worth. The maximum income and net worth applicable to a specific purchase price is as followsshall be established and made public annually by the Housing Manager.: 2018 Maximum Income and Maximum Net Worth Home Price 2018 CPI 2.18% 2018 CPI 2.18% Home Price 2018 CPI 2.18% 2018 CPI 2.18% Adj. to 2.18 Adj. to 2.18 Adj. to 2.18 Adj. to 2.18 Max. Income Max Networth Max. Income Max NetWorth $ 70,000.00 $83,679.49 $57,009.45 $ 400,000.00 $213,289.51 $325,768.27 $ 80,000.00 $87,607.97 $65,153.65 $ 410,000.00 $217,217.57 $333,912.47 $ 90,000.00 $91,536.46 $73,297.86 $ 420,000.00 $221,145.63 $342,056.68 $ 100,000.00 $95,464.95 $81,442.07 $ 430,000.00 $225,073.70 $350,200.89 $ 110,000.00 $99,392.04 $89,586.27 $ 440,000.00 $229,001.76 $358,345.09 $ 120,000.00 $103,320.53 $97,730.48 $ 450,000.00 $232,929.83 $366,489.30 $ 130,000.00 $107,249.01 $105,874.69 $ 460,000.00 $236,856.49 $374,633.51 $ 140,000.00 $111,177.50 $114,018.89 $ 470,000.00 $238,745.38 $382,777.71 $ 150,000.00 $115,105.99 $122,163.10 $ 480,000.00 $238,745.38 $390,921.92 $ 160,000.00 $119,034.48 $130,307.31 $ 490,000.00 $238,745.38 $399,066.13 $ 170,000.00 $122,962.97 $138,451.51 $ 500,000.00 $238,745.38 $407,210.34 $ 180,000.00 $126,890.06 $146,595.72 $ 510,000.00 $238,745.38 $415,354.54 $ 190,000.00 $130,818.54 $154,739.93 $ 520,000.00 $238,745.38 $423,498.75 $ 200,000.00 $134,747.03 $162,884.13 $ 530,000.00 $238,745.38 $431,642.96 $ 210,000.00 $138,675.52 $171,028.34 $ 540,000.00 $238,745.38 $439,787.16 $ 220,000.00 $142,604.01 $179,172.55 $ 550,000.00 $238,745.38 $447,931.37 $ 230,000.00 $146,532.50 $187,316.75 $ 560,000.00 $238,745.38 $456,075.58 $ 240,000.00 $150,460.99 $195,460.96 $ 570,000.00 $238,745.38 $464,219.78 $ 250,000.00 $154,388.07 $203,605.17 $ 580,000.00 $238,745.38 $472,363.99 $ 260,000.00 $158,316.56 $211,749.37 $ 590,000.00 $238,745.38 $480,508.20 $ 270,000.00 $162,245.05 $219,893.58 $ 600,000.00 $238,745.38 $488,652.40 $ 280,000.00 $166,173.54 $228,037.79 $ 610,000.00 $238,745.38 $496,796.61 $ 290,000.00 $170,102.03 $236,181.99 $ 620,000.00 $238,745.38 $504,940.82 $ 300,000.00 $174,030.52 $244,326.20 $ 630,000.00 $238,745.38 $513,085.02 $ 310,000.00 $177,959.01 $252,470.41 $ 640,000.00 $238,745.38 $521,229.23 $ 320,000.00 $181,886.09 $260,614.61 $ 650,000.00 $238,745.38 $529,373.44 $ 330,000.00 $185,814.58 $268,758.82 $ 660,000.00 $238,745.38 $537,517.64 $ 340,000.00 $189,743.07 $276,903.03 $ 670,000.00 $238,745.38 $545,661.85 $ 350,000.00 $193,671.56 $285,047.23 $ 680,000.00 $238,745.38 $553,806.06 $ 360,000.00 $197,600.05 $293,191.44 $ 690,000.00 $238,745.38 $561,950.26 $ 370,000.00 $201,528.54 $301,335.65 $ 700,000.00 $238,745.38 $570,094.47 $ 380,000.00 $205,457.03 $309,479.85 $0.00 $ 390,000.00 $209,285.79 $317,624.06 $0.00 Formatted Table 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 130 of 434 122 Page 5 of 18 Assets and liabilities are thoseshall be defined as generally accepted accounting standards for individuals, including all business equity for self-employed persons and business owners. Tax deferred retirement funds, college savings funds and contingent liabilities are not included in the asset calculation. In the case of persons who wish to downsize from one Permanent Moderate Housing unit to another unit, the value of the primary home will not be included in the asset calculation, provided the unit downsizing to has fewer bedrooms. Income is calculated by averaging the adjusted gross income shown on the last three (3) filed Federal Income Tax returns. Eighty percent (80%) of the applicant's income must be income earned within Snowmass Village and verifiable by tax return or W-2 form. Income and Net Worth levels for joint applicants will be combined. 1Maximum net worth is sixty percent (60%) of the purchase price. 2Maximum income is limited to an amount not greater $40,000.00 plus an amount that is calculated as the annual amount necessary to amortize eighty percent (80%) of the purchase price over thirty (30) years at seven and one-half percent (7.5%) divided by 24% to a maximum of $170,000.00. 17.2.4.33.3 Unit Size and Occupancy Requirements. To maximize the occupancy of housing units an applicant can only apply to purchase a housing unit to accommodate the number of persons that will be residing with the applicant. The number of persons will include a dependant as defined in the Internal Revenue Code, or a minor child who resides on a part time basis of not less than one hundred twenty- one (121) days per calendar year as a result of an order of a court. A first priority applicant can only apply to purchase a housing unit with the number of bedrooms as follows: First Priority Occupancy Table #1 Total Persons 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 or more bedrooms 1* X X 2 X X 3 X X 4 X X X 4+ X X *One person is not eligible to purchase a detached single familysingle-family home. Second Priority Occupancy Table #2 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 131 of 434 123 Page 6 of 18 Total Persons 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 or more bedrooms 2 X X X After the first priority qualified applicants have been selected the Second Priority Occupancy Table will be used if necessary. This table will only be used for qualified Snowmass Village employee applicants in the 54th and 65th lottery tier from the 17the 17.3.12.4.1 lottery procedures table. Note: All Pitkin County employees in the 6th 7th lottery tier must meet the requirements listed in the First Priority Occupancy Table #1. Second Priority Occupancy Table #2 Total Persons 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 or more bedrooms 2 X X X 17.3.42.5 Applicant Super Priorities. Upon qualifying to purchase a housing unit, an applicant may qualify for a further, or “super”, priority. 17.3.4.12.5.1 Disabled Employee Prioritization. A qualified applicant who personally or who resides with a dependant who has a physical impairment that substantially limits the major life activity of walking and substantially limits the ability of the person to climb stairs as documented in writing by a medical doctor licensed in the State of Colorado shall be deemed the first priority qualified purchaser for the purchase of a disabled housing unit, Daly Permanent Moderate Housing Townhomes Units 5, 8 and 10, without regard to prioritization criteria. In the event that two or more qualified applicants desire to purchase the housing unit, then employment prioritization within the Lottery Tiers in 17.2.4.1 shall be utilized to determine the first priority qualified purchaser. 17.3.4.22.5.2 In Complex Priority. A qualified applicant (meets all employment, income, assets and occupancy requirements) who is an employee owner of greater than one (1) year ofhas owned a housing unit in the project where a housing unit is offered for sale for longer than one (1) year shall be deemed the first priority qualified purchaser for the purchase of the housing unit without regard to other prioritization criteria. In the event that two or more such qualified applicant employee owners desire to purchase the housing unit, then employment prioritization within the Lottery Tiers in 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 132 of 434 124 Page 7 of 18 17.2.4.1 shall be utilized to determine the first priority qualified purchaser. If more then one applicant is in the same employment tier then a lottery will be held to select the qualified in complex purchaser. (Council approved this revised regulation on August 1, 2011) 17.3 Definitions As used in these regulations, the following words shall be construed to have the meanings defined below: Active employment means a minimum of one thousand four hundred (1400) hours during a minimum period of eight (8) months per calendar year. Disabled housing unit means a housing unit that complies with the accessibility provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Chapter 18 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code. Home occupation means a business that complies with the requirements of Sec. 16A-3-240 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use Code. Employee means an adult who is actively employed a minimum of one thousand, four hundred (1400) hours during a minimum period of eight (8) months per calendar yearby a licensed employer, as defined herein.. Employer is business licensed: a. Pursuant to Section 4.2 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code with a principal place of business in Snowmass Village for a minimum of three (3) years; or b. DoingTo do business in the City of Aspen or Pitkin County, and having a principal place of business within Pitkin County. Housing Manager is the individual designated by the Snowmass Village Town Manager to implement these regulations, or his or her designee. Housing unit means a dwelling unit that is subject to the provisions of these regulations. Maximum resale price means the maximum price for which a housing unit may be sold. The maximum resale price is computed in accordance with the resale price procedures established for each project under section 17.4 of these regulations. Owner means the fee simple owner of a housing unit. Formatted: Font: Not Bold Formatted: Indent: First line: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Font: Times New Roman Formatted: Indent: First line: 0.5" Formatted: Indent: First line: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Not Italic, Underline Formatted: Font: Not Italic 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 133 of 434 125 Page 8 of 18 Pre-sale inspection means an inspection of the housing unit to confirm that the housing unit has been kept and maintained in a clean and orderly condition, normal wear and tear excepted, in a manner determined by the Housing Manager. Qualified applicant means all adult applicants who collectively meet the qualifications for purchase of a housing units, as established from time to time by the Housing Manager, and taking into consideration employment, income, net worth, unit size, dependents, and any other criteria established by the Housing Manager, as set forth in 17.2.4 of these regulations. Resale fee means a fee collected upon the filing of a notice of intent to sell a housing unit, as determined by the Housing Manager, as set forth under section 17.4.2. of these regulations. Requalified owner is an owner who, following the initial purchase of a housing unit, meets the qualifies for employment, income, net worth and residency established by the Housing Manager, as set forth under section Residential dwelling unit means any residential property within the Roaring Fork River drainage situated in Eagle, Pitkin or Garfield Counties, or within the Colorado River Drainage from and including the unincorporated No Name area to and including the City of Rifle. Unit size means a housing unit intended to be occupied by a minimum or maximum number of occupants as established by the Housing Manager. 17.4 Resale Procedure. 17.4.1 Housing Unit Inspection. As a condition precedent to filing a notice to sell a housing unit, the owner shall obtain an approved pre-sale inspection from an inspector approved by the Housing Manager. Upon successful completion of the inspection, an approved inspection report shall be issued and all cost of such report will be paid by the owner. 17.4.1.1 Standards. The inspection will disclose the physical condition of the housing unit. The housing unit must meet a minimum standard of maintenance and cleanliness. The approved inspector will grade the housing unit on a standard approved by the Housing Manager. 17.4.1.2 Repairs. If the pre-sale inspection discloses deficiencies, then the owner shall correct all deficiencies. The housing unit shall be reinspected to confirm that all such deficiencies have been properly corrected. Formatted: Font: Not Italic Formatted: No underline Formatted: No underline Formatted: Indent: First line: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Arial 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 134 of 434 126 Page 9 of 18 17.4.2 Notice to sell. After receipt of the approved inspection report and the notice of intent to sell, the Housing Manager shall calculate the maximum resale price. The Housing Manager shall then collect a resale fee equal to one percent (1%) of the maximum resale price of a condominium housing unit to a maximum of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), and one-half of one percent (.5%) of the maximum resale price of a house to a maximum of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00). Upon good cause shown, the Housing Manager may authorize alternate arrangements for the payment of the resale fee. 17.4.3 Maximum resale price calculation. The Housing Manager shall calculate the maximum resale price based upon the date the owner acquired the housing unit and upon the owner's purchase price. 17.4.3.1 Energy Efficiency & Water Conservation Capital Improvements. An energy efficiency and water conservation capital improvements allowance of up to 10% of the current resale price will be established for each new owner of a single familysingle-family home or a condominium unit. Only improvements that clearly demonstrate energy efficiency and water conservation will be considered for this allowance. The utilization of sustainable green building materials may also be included in the 10% improvement allowance. All capital improvements will be depreciated on the depreciation schedule from the Marshall Swift Residential Handbook. This improvement allowance does not include the replacement or maintenance of existing fixtures, appliances, decorative items, or improvements necessary to maintain existing fixtures from the original construction. Only new replacement items which are recognized to provide a substantial amount of energy or water conservation greater then the original construction will be considered. An owner shall submit a complete improvement cost proposal listing the improvement items and documentation identifying the energy savings or water conservation benefits to the Housing Director prior to beginning the improvement work. The director will then make a determination if the requested improvements may be added to the resale price. After receiving Housing Director approval, to substantiate the Energy and Water Conservation Capital Improvement allowance amount, an owner shall provide the Housing Director an affidavit of owner setting forth the amounts expended for improvements with receipts to show actual expenses attached thereto, and the certificate of completion issued by the Building Official for the improvements, if required. If a certificate of completion is not required, then a written statement from the Building Official identifying that the improvements installed did not require a building permit or a certificate of completion. Energy and Water Conservation Capital Improvements that have not received preapproval from the Housing Director will not be considered for inclusion upon resale of the unit. (Council approved this regulation on April 22, 2013) 17.4.3.2 Improvements. Improvements may be included in the resale calculation only if approved by the Housing Manager and to the extent specified in these regulations. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 135 of 434 127 Page 10 of 18 Evidence of cost of eligible improvements and corresponding documentation from the Building Official must be submitted within six (6) months of issuance of a certificate of occupancy or other approval to be considered. 17.4.3.2 3 Condominium Housing Units Acquired before July 22, 1991. For housing units located in the Creekside Condominiums and Country Club Townhomes that have been continuously owned by the same owner on and after July 22, 1991, the maximum resale price is computed as follows: a) a. the purchase price paid by the owner, plus an amount equal to: 1. 1. The purchase price paid by the owner;  2. Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell;  3. Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner;  b. plus, the depreciated cost of improvements to the condominium unit which have been paid for by the owner and approved by the Town Council.  c. plus, the depreciated value of TOSV approved energy efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price, .  d. plus, the actual cost of capital improvements performed by the condominium association of the project in which the housing unit is located, paid for by the owner from the time of installation of the capital improvement to the date of resale approved by the Town, not to exceed ten percent (10%) of the current resale price. Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.5" + Indent at: 0.75" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.75" + Indent at: 1" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 1" + Indent at: 1.25" Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 1" + Indent at: 1.25" Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 1" + Indent at: 1.25" Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", First line: 0" Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 1" + Indent at: 1.25" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 136 of 434 128 Page 11 of 18 17.4.3.3 4 Condominium Housing Units Acquired after July 22, 1991. The maximum resale price shall be computed as the lesser of: a) a. the original price plus a three-percent annual increase in the purchase price, prorated from the date of the original purchase, or b) b. the purchase price paid by the owner, plus an amount equal to: 1. 1. The purchase price of the current owner;  2. Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell;  3. Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner plus,  The depreciated value of TOSV approved energy efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price,  plus, the depreciated cost of capital improvements performed by the condominium association of the project in which the housing unit is located, paid for by the owner from the time of installation of the capital improvement to the date of resale approved by the Town, not to exceed ten percent (10%) of the current resale price. 17.4.3.54 Crossings Housing Units. The maximum resale price shall be computed as the lesser of: a) a. the base price as maintained in the records of the Housing Manager, plus the cost of the finishing of the basement from the date of completion in accordance with the description of the basement option not to exceed the cost of a standard basement option, plus a three-percent annual increase, or b) b. the purchase price paid by the owner, minus the cost of any house option which is installed after the issuance of the original certificate of occupancy plus the cost of the deck option, if it was subtracted from the calculation of the house base price, plus an amount equal to: Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.5" + Indent at: 0.75" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.5" + Indent at: 0.75" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.75" + Indent at: 1" Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 1" + Indent at: 1.25" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 1" + Indent at: 1.25" Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 1" + Indent at: 1.25" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.5" + Indent at: 0.75" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.5" + Indent at: 0.75" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 137 of 434 129 Page 12 of 18 1. 1. The purchase price of the current owner;  2. Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell;  3. Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner;  plus, The cost of any house option, as approved by the Town Council as an option to the basic house design (as set forth in Exhibit "A" to the Horse Ranch Employee Housing Development Agreement entered into by and between the Town and Foresite Capital Facilities Corporation on April 22, 1994)  plus, automatic sprinkler system, gutter and downspout, permanent landscaping and heat tapes) which was installed after the issuance of the original certificate of occupancy  plus the cost of the deck option, if it was subtracted from the calculation of the house base price. From the issuance of the original certificate of occupancy for the housing unit, the maximum amount shall be limited to ten percent (10%) of the house base price which shall escalate as follows:  1. To five (5) years, five percent (5%) of the house base price;  2. To six (6) years, six percent (6%) of the house base price;  3. To seven (7) years, seven percent (7%) of the house base price;  4. To eight (8) years, eight percent (8%) of the house base price;  5. To nine (9) years, nine percent (9%) of the house base price; and  6. To ten (10) years, ten percent (10%) of the house base price.  plus, Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 2 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 1.25" + Indent at: 1.75" Formatted: List Paragraph, Indent: Left: 1.5", Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: Indent: Left: 1.25" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Indent: Left: 1.5", Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: List Paragraph, Indent: Left: 2" Formatted: List Paragraph, Indent: Left: 1.5", Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: List Paragraph, Indent: Left: 1.75" Formatted: Indent: Left: 1.5", Bulleted + Level: 1 + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Normal, Indent: Left: 1.25", No bullets or numbering Formatted: List Paragraph, Indent: Left: 1.75" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 4 + Aligned at: 1.75" + Indent at: 2" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Indent: Left: 2", No bullets or numbering Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 4 + Aligned at: 1.75" + Indent at: 2" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 138 of 434 130 Page 13 of 18 The depreciated value of TOSV approved energy efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid for by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price To substantiate such amounts, an owner shall provide the Housing Manager an affidavit of owner setting forth the amounts expended for improvements with receipts attached thereto, and the certificate of completion issued by the Building Official for the improvements, if required, or if no certificate of completion is required, then a statement from the Building Official that the improvements installed did not require a certificate of completion. If such amount has not previously been substantiated to the satisfaction of the Housing Manager, it shall be provided with the notice of intent to sell. 17.4.3.56. Rodeo Place Single Family Housing Units. The maximum resale price shall be computed as the lesser of: a) the base price as maintained in the records of the Housing Manager, plus  the one- time actual cost of finishing the basement subject to a maximum allowance of $70.00 per square foot from the date of completion in accordance with the square feet allocated to eachto each home basement,  The depreciated value of TOSV approved energy- efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price,  The purchase price of the current owner;  Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell;  Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner; To substantiate the finished basement option amount, an owner shall provide the Housing Manager an affidavit of owner setting forth the amounts expended for improvements with receipts attached thereto, and the certificate of completion issued by the Building Official for the improvements, if required, or if no certificate of completion is required, then a statement from the Building Official that the Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.5" Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.5" Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.5" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 139 of 434 131 Page 14 of 18 improvements installed did not require a certificate of completion. The finishing of the basement improvements will be a one timeone-time adjustment to the home base price from the certificate of completion date. If such amount has not previously been substantiated to the satisfaction of the Housing Manager, it shall be provided with the notice of intent to sell. 17.4.3.7. Coffey Place Single Family and Condominium Housing Units. The maximum resale price shall be computed as the lesser of: a) the original price plus  a three-percent annual increase in the purchase price, prorated from the date of the original purchase, plus  the depreciated value of TOSV approved energy efficiency or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner, not to exceed 10% of the current resale price; OR b) the purchase price as maintained in the records of the Housing Manager,  Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell;  Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner, plus  The depreciated value of TOSV approved energy- efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price. 17.4.3.8 Future Housing. The regulations governing resale for future developments will be included in these Regulations. 17.4.3.6 9 Publication. The Housing Manager shall cause a notice of the availability of the housing unit purchase shall be published in the Snowmass village Village Sun once a week for the four (4) consecutive weeks. 17.5 4.4 Lottery Procedure. At the end of the thirty (30) day Snowmass village employee priority period, lottery chances will be assigned by the Housing Manager to qualified applicants as follows: Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Bold Formatted: Font: Bold Formatted: Normal, Indent: Left: 1", No bullets or numbering Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 1" + Indent at: 1.5" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Bulleted + Level: 2 + Aligned at: 1.5" + Indent at: 1.75" Formatted: Indent: Left: 1.5" Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.5" Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.5" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 140 of 434 132 Page 15 of 18 Years Employed Lottery Chances 1 or greater but less than 3 1 3 or greater but less than 7 2 7 or greater but less than 11 4 11 or greater but less than 15 6 15 or greater 8 Following the assignment of lottery chances to qualified applicants, the Housing Manager shall schedule and conduct a lottery to determine the priority of qualified purchasers. The lottery will be scheduled by the Housing Manager. If a chance of a qualified applicant is chosen more than one (1) time, all subsequent chances will be disregarded. 17.6 4.5 Contract and sale procedure. 17.6.4.5.1 The first priority qualified purchaser shall have seven (7) days to enter into a contract with the owner for purchase of the housing unit. In the event that a contract is not timely entered into then the next priority qualified purchaser shall have seven (7) days to enter into a contract with the owner for purchase of the housing unit, and so on until a sale occurs. The owner may not reject an offer from a qualified purchaser that is for the maximum resale price or the current resale price, as the case may be, unless other terms and conditions of the offer are unreasonable. Thereafter, if the housing unit has not been sold, the owner may list it for sale with a real estate broker, orbroker or negotiate a contract for its sale provided that the owner shall notify all prospective purchasers that they must be confirmed to be a qualified purchaser by the Housing Manager. 17.4.66.2 Advertise housing unit for sale. The owner shall advertise the housing unit for sale by the placement of a "for sale" sign meeting the requirements of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code at a conspicuous location. 17.6.34.7 Confirmation of qualification. At the closing of the sale, the Housing Manager shall confirm: 17.6.3.1 a) The status of the qualified purchaser to purchase the housing unit; b) 17.6.3.2 That the purchase price does not exceed the maximum resale price; and Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 141 of 434 133 Page 16 of 18 c) 17.6.3.3 All monies owing to the Town have been fully paid. 17.5 Mandatory resale 17.5.1 An owner shall immediately offer the housing unit for sale in accordance with the provisions of section 17.4 upon the occurrence of any of the following events: a) If a non-qualified purchaser takes title to the housing unit; or b) The owner does not maintain residency at the housing unit; or c) The owner has not sold a residential dwelling unit within six (6) months of the closing of the acquisition of the housing unit, or such greater period of time as approved by the Town Council upon good cause shown; or d) The owner acquires a residential dwelling unit after the closing of the acquisition of a housing unit; or e) The owner purchases the housing unit for a purchase price greater than the maximum purchase price; or f) The owner fails to be a requalified owner. 17.5.2 17.8 Biennial Requalification. Commencing July 1, 2003 aAll owners must requalify biennially by completing and returning an affidavit within ninety (90) days of receipt. The affidavit will confirm that the following: a) 17.8.1. the owner has been in physical residence in the housing unit for a minimum of eight (8) months each calendar year, is or is eligible to be a registered voter in the Town, possesses or is eligible to possess a valid Colorado driversdriver’s license; and files a Colorado income tax return; and b) 17.8.2 the owner has been actively employed by an employer whose principal place of business is in Pitkin County for minimum of one thousand four hundred (1400) hours during a minimum period of eight (8) months per calendar; or have attained the age of sixty two (62) after having been the owner of the housing unit for not less than ten (10) years. c) 17.8.3 The owner has not acquired a residential dwelling unit within the Roaring Fork River drainage situated in Eagle, Pitkin or Garfield Counties, or within the Colorado River Drainage from and including the unincorporated No Name area to and including the City of Rifle, after the closing of the acquisition of a housing unit. 17.5.3 Change in Ownership. Any proposed or contemplated additions or deletions to the owners listed on the warranty deed must be approved in writing by the Housing Manager. Any such changes will be required to be in compliance with all requirements of these Regulations. Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Font: Bold Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: List Paragraph, Numbered + Level: 1 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … + Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: 0.25" + Indent at: 0.5" Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.5", No bullets or numbering Formatted: Font: Arial Formatted: Normal, No bullets or numbering Formatted: Indent: Left: 0" 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 142 of 434 134 Page 17 of 18 17.7 6 Housing Unit Rental. 17.76.1 For good cause shown and with the approval of the Housing Manager, an owner may rent the entire housing unit for a maximum of four months. The rental rate shall not exceed the rent for a comparable rental apartment owned by the Town as determined by the Housing Manager. No short-term rentals will be allowed. 17.76.2 With written notice to the Housing Manager, the owner of a housing unit of not less than two (2) bedrooms may rent one (1) bedroom to a maximum of two (2) people, at least one (1) of whom is an employee. Provided, however, the owner must maintain residency in the housing unit, must occupy a bedroom in the housing unit and must receive prior approval for any such rental from the association in which the housing unit exists. 17.76.3 Where there exists a conflict between any limitation or requirement in this Code and any limitation or requirement contained in any applicable protective covenant, deed restriction, condominium declaration, homeowners or condominium association bylaws or rules and regulations, as the same may be adopted or amended from time to time, the more restrictive limitation or requirement shall prevail. 17.7 Exempt Transactions A one-time transfer by operation of law, by will or inheritance to a surviving souse of an owner is exempt from the procedures set forth in Section 17-4 provided written notice shall be given to the Housing Manager providing information to support than an exempt transaction has occurred. 17.8 Biennial Requalification. Commencing July 1, 2003 all owners must requalify biennially by completing and returning an affidavit within ninety (90) days. The affidavit will confirm that the following: 17.8.1. the owner has been in physical residence in the housing unit for a minimum of eight (8) months each calendar year, is or is eligible to be a registered voter in the Town, possesses or is eligible to possess a valid Colorado drivers license; and files a Colorado income tax return; and 17.8.2 the owner has been actively employed by an employer whose principal place of business is in Pitkin County for minimum of one thousand four hundred (1400) hours during a minimum period of eight (8) months per calendar; or have attained the age of sixty two (62) after having been the owner of the housing unit for not less than ten (10) years. 17.8.3 The owner has not acquired a residential dwelling unit within the Roaring Fork River drainage situated in Eagle, Pitkin or Garfield Counties, or within the Colorado 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 143 of 434 135 Page 18 of 18 River Drainage from and including the unincorporated No Name area to and including the City of Rifle, after the closing of the acquisition of a housing unit. 17.9 8 Appeals. Any applicant or owner who feels that the Housing Manager has misinterpreted or improperly applied the provisions of the Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code or these Regulations may inform the Town Manager in writing and request a review. Any such request must be delivered t the Town Manager within fourteen (14) days of the date of such purported misinterpretation or improper application. The Town Manager shall investigate and take such actions as are necessary and proper to alleviate any actual noncompliance. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 144 of 434 136 Page 1 of 14 Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations 17.1 Purpose 17.2 Application 17.3 Definitions 17.4 Resale Procedure 17.5 Mandatory Resale 17.6 Rental 17.7 Exempt Transactions 17.8 Release of Restrictions 17.9 Remedies of the Town 17.10 No Guaranty or Warranty Disclosure 17.1 Purpose. It is the goal of the Town of Snowmass Village to support a viable workforce and to continue a commitment to workforce housing opportunities that best balance the character and resources of the Town. These rules and regulations effectuate the provisions of Chapter 17, Article I of the Municipal Code and shall be enforceable as if enacted as a part thereof. 17.2 Application. The Permanent Moderate Housing Regulations apply to the use, occupancy and sale of the following developments: Capital Peak Condominiums, Coffey Place (when completed), Country Club Townhomes, Creekside Condominiums, Crossings at Horse Ranch, Daly Permanent Moderate Housing Townhomes, Mountain View Permanent Moderate Housing Condominiums, all phases of Rodeo Place, Sinclair Meadows, and all other Permanent Moderate Housing developments recognized by the Snowmass Village Town Council. 17.2.1 Application Procedure. On forms specified by the Housing Manager, an applicant shall provide information concerning employment, income, net worth, unit size, dependents and such other information deemed reasonably necessary to determine whether the applicant can be deemed a qualified applicant. All information provided by an applicant shall be considered confidential. 17.2.2 Procedures. Applications are available at the Housing Department office. Completed applications must be submitted with an application fee. An application is active for twelve (12) consecutive months. To apply for another housing unit, a 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 145 of 434 137 Page 2 of 14 Confirmation Affidavit shall be completed, with updated information, and a reapplication fee shall be paid. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 17.2.3 Verification of Application Information. The Housing Manager will verify all information contained in an application. If the Housing Manager determines that any information or statements in an application are not true or accurate, then the applicant may be permanently precluded from applying for the purchase of any housing unit or for the applying to rent any Town apartment. 17.2.4 Qualified Applicant. 17.2.4.1 Employment Qualifications. To apply for a housing unit an adult employee must have been actively employed by an employer licensed pursuant to Section 4.2 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code with a principal place of business in the Snowmass Village as defined in Section 17.3 for the minimum of one (1) year, OR in Pitkin County for a minimum of three (3) years. A minimum of one thousand four hundred (1400) hours during a minimum period of eight (8) months per calendar year constitutes a year of active employment. Licensed Snowmass Village home occupations are qualified, provided they meet the definition of an employer in the Town of Snowmass Village and derive a minimum of 80% of income from products, services or other direct benefits to the residents and/or businesses of the Town of Snowmass Village or Pitkin County. Applicants must provide proof of business license, a current Profit and Loss statement, a current list of clients, and any other information deemed necessary to verify eligibility, in addition to the other required application documents. The following lottery tiers establish the priorities for applicants. All applicants must also meet employment, income, asset and occupancy requirements After applicants are qualified they will be entered into a lottery tier using the priorities listed below. Tiers Lottery Priorities 1st In-Complex 2nd Downsizing from one Permanent Moderate Housing unit to another unit, provided the downsized unit has fewer bedrooms than the current unit. In the case of new construction, no more than 25% of initial units shall be made available for downsizing. 3rd Snowmass Village full-time employment with 3 or more years 4th Snowmass Village full-time employment with 1 - 3 years 5th Snowmass Village full-time employment with 3 or more years; 2 people may apply for a 3-bedroom unit 6th Snowmass Village full-time employment with 1 - 3 years; 2 people may apply for a 3-bedroom unit 7th Pitkin County full-time employment with 3 or more years 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 146 of 434 138 Page 3 of 14 7.2.4.2. Maximum Income and Net Worth. The purchase price of a housing unit limits the income and net worth of an applicant to a maximum income and net worth. The maximum income and net worth applicable to a specific purchase price shall be established and made public annually by the Housing Manager. Assets and liabilities shall be defined as generally accepted accounting standards for individuals, including all business equity for self-employed persons and business owners. Tax deferred retirement funds, college savings funds and contingent liabilities are not included in the asset calculation. In the case of persons who wish to downsize from one Permanent Moderate Housing unit to another unit, the value of the primary home will not be included in the asset calculation, provided the unit downsizing to has fewer bedrooms. Income is calculated by averaging the adjusted gross income shown on the last three (3) filed Federal Income Tax returns. Eighty percent (80%) of the applicant's income must be income earned within Snowmass Village and verifiable by tax return or W -2 form. Income and Net Worth levels for joint applicants will be combined. 17.2.4.3 Unit Size and Occupancy Requirements. To maximize the occupancy of housing units an applicant can only apply to purchase a housing unit to accommodate the number of persons that will be residing with the applicant. The number of persons will include a dependent as defined in the Internal Revenue Code, or a minor child who resides on a part time basis of not less than one hundred twenty-one (121) days per calendar year as a result of an order of a court. A first priority applicant can only apply to purchase a housing unit with the number of bedrooms as follows: First Priority Occupancy Table #1 Total Persons 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 or more bedrooms 1* X X 2 X X 3 X X 4 X X X 4+ X X *One person is not eligible to purchase a detached single-family home. Second Priority Occupancy Table #2 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 147 of 434 139 Page 4 of 14 Total Persons 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 or more bedrooms 2 X X X After the first priority qualified applicants have been selected the Second Priority Occupancy Table will be used if necessary. This table will only be used for qualified Snowmass Village employee applicants in the 5th and 6th lottery tier from the 17.2.4.1 lottery procedures table. Note: All Pitkin County employees in the 7th lottery tier must meet the requirements listed in the First Priority Occupancy Table #1. 17.2.5 Applicant Super Priorities. Upon qualifying to purchase a housing unit, an applicant may qualify for a further, or “super”, priority. 17.2.5.1 Disabled Employee Prioritization. A qualified applicant who personally or who resides with a dependent who has a physical impairment that substantially limits the major life activity of walking and substantially limits the ability of the person to climb stairs as documented in writing by a medical doctor licensed in the State of Colorado shall be deemed the first priority qualified purchaser for the purchase of a disabled housing unit without regard to prioritization criteria. In the event that two or more qualified applicants desire to purchase the housing unit, then employment prioritization within the Lottery Tiers in 17.2.4.1 shall be utilized to determine the first priority qualified purchaser. 17.2.5.2 In Complex Priority. A qualified applicant (meets all employment, income, assets and occupancy requirements) who has owned a housing unit in the project where a housing unit is offered for sale for longer than one (1) year shall be deemed the first priority qualified purchaser for the purchase of the housing unit without regard to other prioritization criteria. In the event that two or more such qualified applicant employee owners desire to purchase the housing unit, then employment prioritization within the Lottery Tiers in 17.2.4.1 shall be utilized to determine the first priority qualified purchaser. If more than one applicant is in the same employment tier then a lottery will be held to select the qualified in complex purchaser. 17.3 Definitions As used in these regulations, the following words shall be construed to have the meanings defined below: Active employment means a minimum of one thousand four hundred (1400) hours during a minimum period of eight (8) months per calendar year. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 148 of 434 140 Page 5 of 14 Disabled housing unit means a housing unit that complies with the accessibility provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Chapter 18 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code. Home occupation means a business that complies with the requirements of Sec. 16A-3-240 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use Code. Employee means an adult who is actively employed by a licensed employer, as defined herein. Employer is business licensed: a. Pursuant to Section 4.2 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code with a principal place of business in Snowmass Village for a minimum of three (3) years; or b. To do business in the City of Aspen or Pitkin County, and having a principal place of business within Pitkin County. Housing Manager is the individual designated by the Snowmass Village Town Manager to implement these regulations, or his or her designee. Housing unit means a dwelling unit that is subject to the provisions of these regulations. Maximum resale price means the maximum price for which a housing unit may be sold. The maximum resale price is computed in accordance with the resale price procedures established for each project under section 17.4 of these regulations. Owner means the fee simple owner of a housing unit. Pre-sale inspection means an inspection of the housing unit to confirm that the housing unit has been kept and maintained in a clean and orderly condition, normal wear and tear excepted, in a manner determined by the Housing Manager. Qualified applicant means all adult applicants who collectively meet the qualifications for purchase of a housing units, as established from time to time by the Housing Manager, and taking into consideration employment, income, net worth, unit size, dependents, and any other criteria established by the Housing Manager, as set forth in 17.2.4 of these regulations. Resale fee means a fee collected upon the filing of a notice of intent to sell a housing unit, as determined by the Housing Manager, as set forth under section 17.4.2. of these regulations. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 149 of 434 141 Page 6 of 14 Requalified owner is an owner who, following the initial purchase of a housing unit, meets the qualifies for employment, income, net worth and residency established by the Housing Manager, as set forth under section Residential dwelling unit means any residential property within the Roaring Fork River drainage situated in Eagle, Pitkin or Garfield Counties, or within the Colorado River Drainage from and including the unincorporated No Name area to and including the City of Rifle. Unit size means a housing unit intended to be occupied by a minimum or maximum number of occupants as established by the Housing Manager. 17.4 Resale Procedure. 17.4.1 Housing Unit Inspection. As a condition precedent to filing a notice to sell a housing unit, the owner shall obtain an approved pre-sale inspection from an inspector approved by the Housing Manager. Upon successful completion of the inspection, an approved inspection report shall be issued and all cost of such report will be paid by the owner. 17.4.1.1 Standards. The inspection will disclose the physical condition of the housing unit. The housing unit must meet a minimum standard of maintenance and cleanliness. The approved inspector will grade the housing unit on a standard approved by the Housing Manager. 17.4.1.2 Repairs. If the pre-sale inspection discloses deficiencies, then the owner shall correct all deficiencies. The housing unit shall be re-inspected to confirm that all such deficiencies have been properly corrected. 17.4.2 Notice to sell. After receipt of the approved inspection report and the notice of intent to sell, the Housing Manager shall calculate the maximum resale price. The Housing Manager shall then collect a resale fee equal to one percent (1%) of the maximum resale price of a condominium housing unit to a maximum of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), and one-half of one percent (.5%) of the maximum resale price of a house to a maximum of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00). Upon good cause shown, the Housing Manager may authorize alternate arrangements for the payment of the resale fee. 17.4.3 Maximum resale price calculation. The Housing Manager shall calculate the maximum resale price based upon the date the owner acquired the housing unit and upon the owner's purchase price. 17.4.3.1 Energy Efficiency & Water Conservation Capital Improvements. An energy efficiency and water conservation capital improvements allowance of up to 10% 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 150 of 434 142 Page 7 of 14 of the current resale price will be established for each new owner of a single-family home or a condominium unit. Only improvements that clearly demonstrate energy efficiency and water conservation will be considered for this allowance. The utilization of sustainable green building materials may also be included in the 10% improvement allowance. All capital improvements will be depreciated on the depreciation schedule from the Marshall Swift Residential Handbook. This improvement allowance does not include the replacement or maintenance of existing fixtures, appliances, decorative items, or improvements necessary to maintain existing fixtures from the original construction. Only new replacement items which are recognized to provide a substantial amount of energy or water conservation greater than the original construction will be considered. An owner shall submit a complete improvement cost proposal listing the improvement items and documentation identifying the energy savings or water conservation benefits to the Housing Director prior to beginning the improvement work. The director will then make a determination if the requested improvements may be added to the resale price. After receiving Housing Director approval, to substantiate the Energy and Water Conservation Capital Improvement allowance amount, an owner shall provide the Housing Director an affidavit of owner setting forth the amounts expended for improvements with receipts to show actual expenses attached thereto, and the certificate of completion issued by the Building Official for the improvements, if required. If a certificate of completion is not required, then a written statement from the Building Official identifying that the improvements installed did not require a building permit or a certificate of completion. Energy and Water Conservation Capital Improvements that have not received preapproval from the Housing Director will not be considered for inclusion upon resale of the unit. 17.4.3.2 Improvements. Improvements may be included in the resale calculation only if approved by the Housing Manager and to the extent specified in these regulations. Evidence of cost of eligible improvements and corresponding documentation from the Building Official must be submitted within six (6) months of issuance of a certificate of occupancy or other approval to be considered. 17.4.3.3 Condominium Housing Units Acquired before July 22, 1991. For housing units located in the Creekside Condominiums and Country Club Townhomes that have been continuously owned by the same owner on and after July 22, 1991, the maximum resale price is computed as follows: a) the purchase price paid by the owner, plus an amount equal to: 1. The purchase price paid by the owner; • Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell; 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 151 of 434 143 Page 8 of 14 • Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner; • plus, the depreciated cost of improvements to the condominium unit which have been paid for by the owner and approved by the Town Council. • plus, the depreciated value of TOSV approved energy efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price, • plus, the actual cost of capital improvements performed by the condominium association of the project in which the housing unit is located, paid for by the owner from the time of installation of the capital improvement to the date of resale approved by the Town, not to exceed ten percent (10%) of the current resale price. 17.4.3.4 Condominium Housing Units Acquired after July 22, 1991. The maximum resale price shall be computed as the lesser of: a) the original price plus a three-percent annual increase in the purchase price, prorated from the date of the original purchase, OR b) the purchase price paid by the owner, plus an amount equal to: 1. The purchase price of the current owner; • Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell; • Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner plus, • The depreciated value of TOSV approved energy efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price, • plus, the depreciated cost of capital improvements performed by the condominium association of the project in which the housing unit is located, paid for by the owner from the time of installation of the capital improvement to the date of resale approved by the Town, not to exceed ten percent (10%) of the current resale price. 17.4.3.5 Crossings Housing Units. The maximum resale price shall be computed as the lesser of: a) the base price as maintained in the records of the Housing Manager, plus the cost of the finishing of the basement from the date of completion in 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 152 of 434 144 Page 9 of 14 accordance with the description of the basement option not to exceed the cost of a standard basement option, plus a three-percent annual increase, OR b) the purchase price paid by the owner, minus the cost of any house option which is installed after the issuance of the original certificate of occupancy plus the cost of the deck option, if it was subtracted from the calculation of the house base price, plus an amount equal to: 1. The purchase price of the current owner; • Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell; • Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner; • plus the cost of any house option, as approved by the Town Council as an option to the basic house design (as set forth in Exhibit "A" to the Horse Ranch Employee Housing Development Agreement entered into by and between the Town and Foresite Capital Facilities Corporation on April 22, 1994) • plus automatic sprinkler system, gutter and downspout, permanent landscaping and heat tapes) which was installed after the issuance of the original certificate of occupancy • plus the cost of the deck option, if it was subtracted from the calculation of the house base price. From the issuance of the original certificate of occupancy for the housing unit, the maximum amount shall be limited to ten percent (10%) of the house base price which shall escalate as follows: • To five (5) years, five percent (5%) of the house base price; • To six (6) years, six percent (6%) of the house base price; • To seven (7) years, seven percent (7%) of the house base price; • To eight (8) years, eight percent (8%) of the house base price; • To nine (9) years, nine percent (9%) of the house base price; and • To ten (10) years, ten percent (10%) of the house base price. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 153 of 434 145 Page 10 of 14  Plus the depreciated value of TOSV approved energy efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid for by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price To substantiate such amounts, an owner shall provide the Housing Manager an affidavit of owner setting forth the amounts expended for improvements with receipts attached thereto, and the certificate of completion issued by the Building Official for the improvements, if required, or if no certificate of completion is required, then a statement from the Building Official that the improvements installed did not require a certificate of completion. If such amount has not previously been substantiated to the satisfaction of the Housing Manager, it shall be provided with the notice of intent to sell. 17.4.3.6. Rodeo Place Single Family Housing Units. The maximum resale price shall be computed as the lesser of: a) the base price as maintained in the records of the Housing Manager, plus • the one-time actual cost of finishing the basement subject to a maximum allowance of $70.00 per square foot from the date of completion in accordance with the square feet allocated to each home basement, • The depreciated value of TOSV approved energy-efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price, • The purchase price of the current owner; • Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell; • Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner; To substantiate the finished basement option amount, an owner shall provide the Housing Manager an affidavit of owner setting forth the amounts expended for improvements with receipts attached thereto, and the certificate of completion issued by the Building Official for the improvements, if required, or if no certificate of completion is required, then a statement from the Building Official that the improvements installed did not require a certificate of completion. The finishing of the basement improvements will be a one-time adjustment to the home base price from the certificate of completion date. If such amount has not previously been substantiated to the satisfaction of the Housing Manager, it shall be provided with the notice of intent to sell. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 154 of 434 146 Page 11 of 14 17.4.3.7. Coffey Place Single Family and Condominium Housing Units. The maximum resale price shall be computed as the lesser of: a) the original price plus • a three-percent annual increase in the purchase price, prorated from the date of the original purchase, plus • the depreciated value of TOSV approved energy efficiency or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner, not to exceed 10% of the current resale price; OR b) the purchase price as maintained in the records of the Housing Manager, • Multiplied by the consumer price index, all items, urban wage earners and clerical workers (revised) published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, commonly known as the CPI-W, last published prior to the date of notice of intent to sell; • Divided by the CPI-W last published prior to the time of purchase by owner, plus • The depreciated value of TOSV approved energy- efficient or water conservation capital improvements installed and paid by the owner not to exceed 10% of the current resale price. 17.4.3.8 Future Housing. The regulations governing resale for future developments will be included in these Regulations. 17.4.3.9 Publication. The Housing Manager shall cause a notice of the availability of the housing unit purchase shall be published in the Snowmass Village Sun once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks. 17.4.4 Lottery Procedure. At the end of the thirty (30) day Snowmass village employee priority period, lottery chances will be assigned by the Housing Manager to qualified applicants as follows: Years Employed Lottery Chances 1 or greater but less than 3 1 3 or greater but less than 7 2 7 or greater but less than 11 4 11 or greater but less than 15 6 15 or greater 8 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 155 of 434 147 Page 12 of 14 Following the assignment of lottery chances to qualified applicants, the Housing Manager shall schedule and conduct a lottery to determine the priority of qualified purchasers. The lottery will be scheduled by the Housing Manager. If a chance of a qualified applicant is chosen more than one (1) time, all subsequent chances will be disregarded. 17.4.5 Contract and sale procedure. 17.4.5. The first priority qualified purchaser shall have seven (7) days to enter into a contract with the owner for purchase of the housing unit. In the event that a contract is not timely entered into the next priority qualified purchaser shall have seven (7) days to enter into a contract with the owner for purchase of the housing unit, and so on until a sale occurs. The owner may not reject an offer from a qualified purchaser that is for the maximum resale price or the current resale price, as the case may be unless other terms and conditions of the offer are unreasonable. Thereafter, if the housing unit has not been sold, the owner may list it for sale with a real estate broker, or negotiate a contract for its sale provided that the owner shall notify all prospective purchasers that they must be confirmed to be a qualified purchaser by the Housing Manager. 17.4.6 Advertise housing unit for sale. The owner shall advertise the housing unit for sale by the placement of a "for sale" sign meeting the requirements of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code at a conspicuous location. 17.4.7 Confirmation of qualification. At the closing of the sale, the Housing Manager shall confirm: a) The status of the qualified purchaser to purchase the housing unit; b) That the purchase price does not exceed the maximum resale price; and c) All monies owing to the Town have been fully paid. 17.5 Mandatory resale 17.5.1 An owner shall immediately offer the housing unit for sale in accordance with the provisions of section 17.4 upon the occurrence of any of the following events: a) If a non-qualified purchaser takes title to the housing unit; or b) The owner does not maintain residency at the housing unit; or c) The owner has not sold a residential dwelling unit within six (6) months of the closing of the acquisition of the housing unit, or such greater period of time as approved by the Town Council upon good cause shown; or d) The owner acquires a residential dwelling unit after the closing of the acquisition of a housing unit; or e) The owner purchases the housing unit for a purchase price greater than the maximum purchase price; or f) The owner fails to be a requalified owner. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 156 of 434 148 Page 13 of 14 17.5.2 Biennial Requalification. All owners must requalify biennially by completing and returning an affidavit within ninety (90) days of receipt. The affidavit will confirm that the following: a) the owner has been in physical residence in the housing unit for a minimum of eight (8) months each calendar year, is or is eligible to be a registered voter in the Town, possesses or is eligible to possess a valid Colorado driver’s license; and files a Colorado income tax return; and b) 17.8.2 the owner has been actively employed by an employer whose principal place of business is in Pitkin County for minimum of one thousand four hundred (1400) hours during a minimum period of eight (8) months per calendar; or have attained the age of sixty two (62) after having been the owner of the housing unit for not less than ten (10) years. c) 17.8.3 The owner has not acquired a residential dwelling unit within the Roaring Fork River drainage situated in Eagle, Pitkin or Garfield Counties, or within the Colorado River Drainage from and including the unincorporated No Name area to and including the City of Rifle, after the closing of the acquisition of a housing unit. 17.5.3 Change in Ownership. Any proposed or contemplated additions or deletions to the owners listed on the warranty deed must be approved in writing by the Housing Manager. Any such changes will be required to be in compliance with all requirements of these Regulations. 17.6 Housing Unit Rental. 17.6.1 For good cause shown and with the approval of the Housing Manager, an owner may rent the entire housing unit for a maximum of four months. The rental rate shall not exceed the rent for a comparable rental apartment owned by the Town as determined by the Housing Manager. No short-term rentals will be allowed. 17.6.2 With written notice to the Housing Manager, the owner of a housing unit of not less than two (2) bedrooms may rent one (1) bedroom to a maximum of two (2) people, at least one (1) of whom is an employee. Provided, however, the owner must maintain residency in the housing unit, must occupy a bedroom in the housing unit and must receive prior approval for any such rental from the association in which the housing unit exists. 17.6.3 Conflicts. Where there exists a conflict between any limitation or requirement in this Code and any limitation or requirement contained in any applicable protective covenant, deed restriction, condominium declaration, homeowners or condominium association bylaws or rules and regulations, as the same may be adopted or amended from time to time, the more restrictive limitation or requirement shall prevail. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 157 of 434 149 Page 14 of 14 17.7 Exempt Transactions. A one time transfer by operation of law, by will or inheritance to a surviving souse of an owner is exempt from the procedures set forth in Section 17-4 provided written notice shall be given to the Housing Manager providing information to support than an exempt transaction has occurred. 17.8 Appeals. Any applicant or owner who feels that the Housing Manager has misinterpreted or improperly applied the provisions of the Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code or these Regulations may inform the Town Manager in writing and request a review. Any such request must be delivered t the Town Manager within fourteen (14) days of the date of such purported misinterpretation or improper application. The Town Manager shall investigate and take such actions as are necessary and proper to alleviate any actual noncompliance. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 158 of 434 150 2019 Maximum Income and Networth Guideline Home Price 2019 CPI 1.9%2019 CPI 2.0%Home Price 2019 CPI 1.9%2019 CPI 2.0% Adj. to 1.9 Adj. to 2.0 Adj. to 2.18 Adj. to 2.0 Max. Income Max Networth Max. Income Max NetWorth 100,000.00$ $97,279 $82,989 450,000.00$ $237,355 $373,453 110,000.00$ $101,280 $91,288 460,000.00$ $241,357 $381,752 120,000.00$ $105,284 $99,587 470,000.00$ $243,282 $390,050 130,000.00$ $109,287 $107,886 480,000.00$ $252,632 $398,349 140,000.00$ $113,290 $116,185 490,000.00$ $257,895 $406,648 150,000.00$ $117,293 $124,484 500,000.00$ $263,158 $414,947 160,000.00$ $121,296 $132,783 510,000.00$ $268,421 $423,246 170,000.00$ $125,299 $141,082 520,000.00$ $273,684 $431,545 180,000.00$ $129,301 $149,381 530,000.00$ $278,947 $439,844 190,000.00$ $133,304 $157,680 540,000.00$ $284,211 $448,143 200,000.00$ $137,307 $165,979 550,000.00$ $289,474 $456,442 210,000.00$ $141,310 $174,278 560,000.00$ $294,737 $464,741 220,000.00$ $145,313 $182,577 570,000.00$ $300,000 $473,040 230,000.00$ $149,317 $190,876 580,000.00$ $305,263 $481,339 240,000.00$ $153,320 $199,175 590,000.00$ $310,526 $489,638 250,000.00$ $157,321 $207,474 600,000.00$ $315,789 $497,937 260,000.00$ $161,325 $215,773 610,000.00$ $321,053 $506,236 270,000.00$ $165,328 $224,072 620,000.00$ $326,316 $514,535 280,000.00$ $169,331 $232,371 630,000.00$ $331,579 $522,834 290,000.00$ $173,334 $240,669 640,000.00$ $336,842 $531,133 300,000.00$ $177,337 $248,968 650,000.00$ $342,105 $539,432 310,000.00$ $181,340 $257,267 660,000.00$ $347,368 $547,730 320,000.00$ $185,342 $265,566 670,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 330,000.00$ $189,345 $273,865 680,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 340,000.00$ $193,348 $282,164 690,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 350,000.00$ $197,351 $290,463 700,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 360,000.00$ $201,354 $298,762 710,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 370,000.00$ $205,358 $307,061 720,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 380,000.00$ $209,361 $315,360 730,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 390,000.00$ $213,262 $323,659 740,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 400,000.00$ $217,342 $331,958 750,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 410,000.00$ $221,345 $340,257 760,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 420,000.00$ $225,347 $348,556 770,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 430,000.00$ $229,350 $356,855 780,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 440,000.00$ $233,353 $365,154 790,000.00$ $352,632 $556,029 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 159 of 434 151 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 160 of 434 152 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 161 of 434 153 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 162 of 434 154 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 163 of 434 155 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 164 of 434 156 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 165 of 434 157 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: OCTOBER 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Employee Opinion Survey Results PRESENTED BY: Kathy Fry, Human Resources Director Mike Neubauer, Manager at Employers Council BACKGROUND: In August of 2016, Employers Council conducted the most recent Town of Snowmass Village employee opinion survey. All active employees were asked to participate in the survey. The employee survey was sent to all employees electronically via email, and paper versions were made available for employees without email accounts or computer access. All responses were sent directly to Employers Council. In response to the results of our 2016 survey, the Town took action including, but not limited to, continuing to offer robust health insurance coverage, increasing the employer retirement contribution, creating the Daly Link to improve communication, installing computer stations in each department and hiring a dedicated human resources professional. In August of 2019, Employers Council conducted the second Town of Snowmass Village employee opinion survey. All active employees were asked to participate in the survey. In addition, 12 inactive, seasonal transportation employees were also asked to participate. The employee survey was sent to all employees electronically via email. All responses were sent directly to Employers Council. The purpose of conducting this survey was to provide a safe and open avenue for feedback so that the Town could reflect, improve and become an even better place to work; to understand what we do well as an organization and what areas we need to focus on for improvement. Today, Mike Neubauer will provide Town Council with the overall results from the employee opinion survey. In summary, 100% of all overall results by dimension 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 166 of 434 158 generated a “Very Positive” rating. Moreover, 83% of the 2019 overall results by dimension were the same as or greater than the 2016 overall results by dimension. On October 8, Mike Neubauer will present Town employees with the overall results from the employee opinion survey. During this gathering, we intend to celebrate the overall areas in which we excel and also discuss overall areas for improvement. Based on the discussion, additional action plans may be developed. Department heads will receive their respective departmental data; both quantitative and qualitative feedback. From there, Staff will determine how to best utilize this information. Moreover, Staff will meet with each department during Q4 to discuss the departmental data; to celebrate the departmental successes as well as departmental areas for improvement. Based on the discussion, additional action plans may be developed. FINANCIAL IMPACT: The cost of the survey was $3,757. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: Community Engagement COUNCIL OPTIONS: Enjoy the presentation. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: No action is necessary. ATTACHMENTS: 10-07-19 Employee Opinion Survey 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 167 of 434 159 Town of Snowmass Village 2019 Employee Opinion Survey Results 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 168 of 434 160 About The Survey •Participation by Employee Status 5/54 (9%) of Part-time, Temporary, or Intermittent –Part Time 5/18 (28%) of Full-time Seasonal/Part-time Year-round 62/102 (61%) of Full-time Year-round •The Survey Contained: 15 multiple choice items 29 open-ended items 5 demographic items 210-07-19 TC Packet Page 169 of 434 161 Understanding Your Data 3 Likert Scale Ratings Very Positive 3.75 and above Positive 3.45 to 3.74 Somewhat Positive 3.23 to 3.44 Neutral 3.01 to 3.22 Negative 3.00 and below 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 170 of 434 162 Participation by Tenure 410-07-19 TC Packet Page 171 of 434 163 Participation by Primary Positions 510-07-19 TC Packet Page 172 of 434 164 Participation by Employee Status 6 *12 inactive*12 Inactive 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 173 of 434 165 Participation by Department 7 *12 non-active 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 174 of 434 166 Participation by Gender 810-07-19 TC Packet Page 175 of 434 167 Results by Dimension 9 All Dimensions are above 3.88 Very Positive 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 176 of 434 168 Dimension Comparison Department (1 of 4) 1010-07-19 TC Packet Page 177 of 434 169 Dimension Comparison Department (2 of 4) 1110-07-19 TC Packet Page 178 of 434 170 Dimension Comparison Department (3 of 4) 1210-07-19 TC Packet Page 179 of 434 171 Dimension Comparison Department (4 of 4) 1310-07-19 TC Packet Page 180 of 434 172 Dimension Comparison Tenure (1 of 3) 1410-07-19 TC Packet Page 181 of 434 173 Dimension Comparison Tenure (2 of 3) 1510-07-19 TC Packet Page 182 of 434 174 Dimension Comparison Tenure (3 of 3) 1610-07-19 TC Packet Page 183 of 434 175 Dimension Comparison Employee Status (1 of 3) 1710-07-19 TC Packet Page 184 of 434 176 Dimension Comparison Employee Status (2 of 3) 1810-07-19 TC Packet Page 185 of 434 177 Dimension Comparison Employee Status (3 of 3) 1910-07-19 TC Packet Page 186 of 434 178 Dimension Comparison to 2016 Survey 20 Overall, there is an increase in results compared to 2016. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 187 of 434 179 Benefits Compared to Employers Council Norms 2110-07-19 TC Packet Page 188 of 434 180 Communication Compared to Employers Council Norms 2210-07-19 TC Packet Page 189 of 434 181 Compensation Compared to Employers Council Norms 2310-07-19 TC Packet Page 190 of 434 182 Leadership Items Compared to Employers Council Norms 2410-07-19 TC Packet Page 191 of 434 183 Performance Appraisal Compared to Employers Council Norms 2510-07-19 TC Packet Page 192 of 434 184 Working Conditions Compared to Employers Council Norms 2610-07-19 TC Packet Page 193 of 434 185 Working Conditions Compared to Employers Council Norms 2710-07-19 TC Packet Page 194 of 434 186 Pride and Job Satisfaction Compared to Employers Council Norms 2810-07-19 TC Packet Page 195 of 434 187 Organizational Excellence Compared to Employers Council Norms 2910-07-19 TC Packet Page 196 of 434 188 Questions? 3010-07-19 TC Packet Page 197 of 434 189 Mike Neubauer Manager, HR Professional Services, Career Transition Services, and Compensation Planning mneubauer@employerscouncil.org 303-223-5359 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 198 of 434 190 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: October 7, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Budget Introduction PRESENTED BY: Clint Kinney, Town Manager Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director BACKGROUND: Per the Home Rule Charter, the Town Manager shall submit to the Town Council the proposed budget and capital program for the fiscal year commencing January 1st with an accompanying budget message. This budget introduction meets that provision. Prior to this budget submission, the Town Manager met with all department heads for the development of the 2020 budget. The attached budget memorandum describes various items that were considered and/or included in the budget document. On October 14, 2019, we have scheduled several hours to complete the review of the Budget Message (if not completed at today’s meeting) and to review the 2020 budget document. On October 21, 2019, we will review the Marketing/Special Events and Group Sales budgets. In addition, Greg Smith, the Chair of the Financial Advisory Board (FAB), will be here to present the FAB’s comments. Public hearings for the 2020 proposed budget and for the 2020 Road Mill Levy Fund are anticipated to be held on November 4th prior to the adoption of the budget. The 2020 proposed budget is anticipated to be adopted by resolution on November 4th. FINANCIAL IMPACT: Financial Impact in attached documents APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 199 of 434 191 See attached memorandum COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Provide feedback in this first of several meetings to discuss the 2020 proposed budget. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Same as Council Options ATTACHMENTS: A. Memorandum from Town Manager B. Fund Type Descriptions C. Budget Presentation Document D. Budget Detail 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 200 of 434 192 Town of Snowmass Village Budget Message & Overview 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 201 of 434 193 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 202 of 434 194 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 203 of 434 195 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 204 of 434 196 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 205 of 434 197 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 206 of 434 198 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 207 of 434 199 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 208 of 434 200 Town of Snowmass Village FUND TYPE DESCRIPTIONS GENERAL FUND The General Fund is the Town’s primary operating fund. It accounts for all financial resources and expenditures of the general government, except those required to be accounted for in another fund. DEBT SERVICE FUND The Debt Service Fund accounts for the revenues and expenditures of the Town’s outstanding debt with the exception of the Housing Bonds, which are accounted for in their respective funds. Droste Bonds: In 1999, the Town issued bonds to purchase a conservation easement along Brush Creek Road. The principal and interest on these bonds are paid from property taxes. These bonds mature in the year 2019. Swimming Pool Bonds: In 2004, the Town issued bonds for the construction of a community swimming pool. Property taxes pay the principal and interest on these bonds. These bonds mature in the year 2018. Recreation Bonds: In 2006, the Town issued general obligation bonds for the construction of a recreation center. Property taxes pay the principal and interest on these bonds. These bonds mature in the year 2026. LOTTERY FUND This fund was established to account for the funds the Town of Snowmass Village receives from the State of Colorado lottery proceeds. The Conservation Trust Fund statute governs that a municipality can only use these funds for the acquisition, development and maintenance of “new conservation sites” or for capital improvements to or maintenance of recreational purposes on any public site. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 209 of 434 201 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX FUND In 1986, the Town adopted Ordinance No.5, Series of 1986, imposing a land transfer tax upon the transfer of interests in real property. From August 1, 1986 to July 31, 1991, the tax was ½% of the consideration and from August 1, 1991 to July 31, 1996, the tax was 1% of the consideration. On November 8, 1994, the Town electorate voted to extend the 1% transfer tax from July 31, 1996 until December 31, 2006. On November 2, 2004 the Town electorate approved extending the tax in perpetuity and expanding the uses to include all costs for Parks and Recreation and the operating and maintenance cost of Transportation rolling stock. These funds are to be kept separate from all of the Town funds and may only be appropriated for directly related costs such as, administration, architecture, engineering, design, legal, financing and the like for the following: A. Transportation related structures, improvements and facilities in the vicinity of the Snowmass Village mall, including land acquisition. B. The capital expenditures of the Snowmass Village transportation system and departments. C. Landscaping of the Snowmelt Road parking lots, numbered 1-13, owned and operated by the Town of Snowmass Village. D. Landscaping other parking lots or transportation facilities owned and operated by the Town of Snowmass Village and any other rights of way or real property owned or controlled by the Town of Snowmass Village. E. Repair and maintenance of Brush Creek Road, Owl Creek Road, Highline Road, Snowmelt Road and the trails network within the Town of Snowmass Village. ROAD MILL LEVY FUND The Road Mill Levy Fund was created through Ordinance No. 6, Series of 1986. The purpose of the mill levy was to establish a long term funding source for road maintenance, repair, and reconstruction, including related costs incidental thereto. The Road Mill Levy Fund has set the mill levy to 5 mills to fund current road expenditures. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 210 of 434 202 EXCISE TAX FUND The Excise Tax was passed by the electorate in November of 1999. In essence, it provides that a limited excise tax be assessed only if the owner of a lot decides to construct, remodel or expand improvements in excess of the maximum allowable floor area for a lot, other than by variance, in detached single family residential areas only, provided that the construction, remodel, or expansion that is subject to the excise tax not exceed 550 square feet or 10% or the maximum allowable floor area for the lot, whichever is less. Revenues from the excise tax are restricted for the acquisition, construction, and rehabilitation of affordable employee housing including land owned or acquired including sales to qualified purchasers. MARKETING AND SPECIAL EVENTS FUND The Marketing and Special Events Fund accounts for a two and one-half percent (2.5%) sales tax that was approved by the electorate of the Town of Snowmass Village in November of 2002. The revenues from the sales tax are restricted to the following purposes: 1. Marketing, 2. Creation, promotion, and execution of special events, 3. Public Relations, 4. Actual and necessary expenses of the Marketing and Special Events Board for the development of tourism for the benefit of Snowmass Village as a whole, subject to a limitation on capital expenditure to a maximum of 10% of the sales tax revenues. 2003 was the first full year of operation for this fund. GROUP SALES FUND The 2.4% Lodging Tax was approved by the electorate of the Town of Snowmass Village in November of 2005. The Lodging Tax is levied on the price paid for the renting or leasing of lodging for less than thirty consecutive days. The proceeds from the tax will be used for sales and marketing programs to attract group reservations for the Town of Snowmass Village as a whole. 2007 was the first full year of operation for this fund. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 211 of 434 203 REOP FUND The REOP Fund is a renewable energy offset fund that supports and promotes renewable energy generation within the Town of Snowmass Village. The ordinance establishes building efficiency standards that exceed those required under the Town’s Energy Conservation Code. The revenues are derived from in-lieu fees establishing a funding mechanism to facilitate the development of renewable energy generation projects and to enhance energy efficiency throughout the Town. POST FUND The POST Grant Fund was created to manage the I-70 West POST Grant. The revenues come from the Colorado Department of Law and are to be used to fund the training and education of law enforcement officers within the I-70 West POST region. HOUSING FUND The Housing Department provides housing for low to moderate-income employees of Snowmass Village. Six apartment complexes are now managed and maintained by the Housing Department. These complexes are Brush Creek, Creekside, Mountain View I, Mountain View II, Palisades and Villas North Apartments. The Housing Department strives to provide top quality housing with affordable rental rates to Snowmass Village employees. The grounds and buildings are maintained inside and out for the tenants and the community. Apartments are completely refurbished every time there is a tenant turnover. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 212 of 434 204 CARRIAGEWAY FUND The Carriageway Fund accounts for additional housing for low to moderate-income employees of Snowmass Village. This apartment complex is now managed and maintained by the Housing Department. This fund accounts for the operations and management of Carriageway as well as the annual appropriation capital lease obligations CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FUND The Capital Improvement Program Fund was created to consolidate the Capital Improvement Projects in one place within the budget. Various funds are used to support the Capital Improvement Fund depending on the individual projects and the appropriated fund source to pay for each project. CAPITAL EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND The Capital Equipment Reserve Fund was created to consolidate the Capital Equipment and Vehicle Purchases for all funds except for the Business-Type Funds (Housing/Mountain View I/Mountain View II) in one place within the budget. In addition to the consolidation, the fund was established to attempt to level-out the annual amounts needed to fund the replacements of Town vehicles and equipment. The revenue source for this fund is primarily through transfers from other funds and federal grant funding. 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 213 of 434 205 Town of Snowmass Village 2020 Proposed Budget 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 214 of 434 206 Town of Snowmass VillageDesignations/ReservesFund Balances at 12/31/20 2 Fund:U = Unrestricted Type General RETT Road Excise Marketing Grp Sales Lottery Debt Svc REOP POST CERF CIP Housing Carriageway TOTAL R = Restricted Description/Constraints Inventory 160,000$ 160,000$ R Appropriated from expenditures and are not spendable (Non-spendable)resources: for Gas/Oil, Parts & Supplies and Bus Passes, etc. Prepaid Expenses 100,000$ 100,000$ R Already expended for the next year and are not spendable (Non-spendable)resources: for Wkmns Comp, Bldg Lease Pymts, Health Insurance,etc. TABOR Reserve 461,811$ 461,811$ R Per State Constitution (TABOR) the Town must set aside 3% of (Restricted)Fiscal Year Expenditures into an emergency contingency reserve Per Resolution #95 of 1990, these funds are used only for the Capital Equipment Reserve -$ -$ 4,241,341$ 4,241,341$ R purpose of future capital purchases according to the Capital Reserve (Committed)Plan. Funds may be used for emergencies as determined by the Town Council by a two-thirds majority vote. Holy Cross Enhancement Funds 261,462$ 261,462$ R Per Franchise Agreement-money set aside for specific purposes. (Restricted) Town Hall COP Reserve -900,000$ 900,000$ U Reserve is being applied to Town Hall COP payments @$90K/year until Cougar Canyon COP is paid off. (Assigned) CIP Reserve for Projects/Programs 1,289,898$ 1,289,898$ U Amount in CIP fund balance towards projects/programs (Assigned) Building/Equipment Reserve 883,520$ 163,706$ 830,175$ 849,750$ -$ 2,727,151$ U Reserve was established in 2013 to begin a capital reserve plan to fund (Assigned)future capital replacements within the buildings (Housing Funds already existed) Amount was reclassed from a liability account in 2016. Amount is set aside Insurance Liablity Reserve 630,000$ 630,000$ U for health insurance payments due whenever the Town changes their (Assigned)medical insurance carrier. Comcast remits to the Town PEG (Public, Educational, Governmental) fees to use Comcast-PEG Funds 13,300$ 13,300$ R towards equipment for the local costs of operating the channels (Restricted) Community Purpose Reserve -$ -$ U Amount received from Base Village Development (Assigned) An emergency reserve fund for the Road Fund based on 16% of Road Fund Emergency Reserve-Road Fund 92,419$ 92,419$ U operating revenues less transfers out. Funded in the General Fund until the (Assigned)Road Fund is capable of funding it on its own. Emergency/Contingency Reserve 5,605,874$ 4,000,000$ -$ -$ 1,772,334$ 708,358$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 470,667$ -$ 12,557,233$ U Contingency funds for economic downturns or emergencies (Assigned) RESERVE-DESIGNATIONS TOTAL:9,108,386$ 4,163,706$ 830,175$ -$ 1,772,334$ 708,358$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 4,241,341$ 1,289,898$ 1,320,417$ -$ 23,434,615$ FUNDS AVAILABLE (Unassigned):5,680,481$ 1,183,617$ 163,152$ 1,694,388$ 1,252,162$ 1,625,907$ 72,903$ 11,087$ 196,904$ -$ -$ 492,397$ 2,449,797$ 10,173$ 14,832,968$ U Unappropriated Funds-subject to restrictions by fund TOTAL 14,788,867$ 5,347,323$ 993,327$ 1,694,388$ 3,024,496$ 2,334,265$ 72,903$ 11,087$ 196,904$ -$ 4,241,341$ 1,782,295$ 3,770,214$ 10,173$ 38,267,583$ Fund balance % of Operating Revenue/ Flat Amount:30%$4,000,000 See Description N/A 30%30%N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 16%16% Under Emergency Reserve- Road Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 215 of 434 207 Budget Philosophy Balanced Budget-limit expenditures to available resources Identify Opportunities for Cost/Service Efficiencies Use Most Restricted Funds First Manage Equipment Replacement Program Use One-time Funds for One-time Costs Identify Capital Improvement Projects –funded with proceeds on hand Maintain Emergency Reserve Policy 310-07-19 TC Packet Page 216 of 434 208 Town of Snowmass Village Summary of All Funds&Outstanding Debt 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 217 of 434 209 Town of Snowmass VillageAll Funds –Budget Summary –2020 Proposed Note: For detailed breakdown, see next page 5 Beginning Ending Fund Fund Balance Revenues Expenditures Transfers In Transfers-Out Other Rev's In Other Exp Out Fund Balance General Fund 15,129,826$ 14,759,166$ (17,770,379)$ 3,958,582$ (830,000)$ 1,265,000$ (1,562,528)$ 14,788,867$ (160,800)$ Debt Service Fund 11,087$ 261,891$ (261,891)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 11,087$ Lottery Fund 62,657$ 33,246$ -$ -$ (23,000)$ -$ -$ 72,903$ RETT Fund 5,823,752$ 3,068,209$ (71,520)$ -$ (3,376,430)$ -$ (96,688)$ 5,347,323$ Road Fund 1,237,407$ 2,560,269$ (329,654)$ -$ (2,412,652)$ -$ (62,043)$ 993,327$ Excise Tax Fund 1,819,819$ 317,899$ (43,330)$ -$ (400,000)$ -$ -$ 1,694,388$ Marketing Fund 3,014,827$ 5,907,780$ (5,666,752)$ -$ (231,359)$ -$ -$ 3,024,496$ Group Sales Fund 2,191,914$ 2,361,194$ (1,987,485)$ -$ (231,358)$ -$ -$ 2,334,265$ Reop Fund 197,794$ 14,110$ (15,000)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 196,904$ POST Fund -$ 117,920$ (117,920)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ CERF Fund 3,230,709$ -$ (735,585)$ 1,746,217$ -$ -$ -$ 4,241,341$ CIP Fund 2,640,010$ 700,000$ (5,057,715)$ 3,500,000$ -$ -$ -$ 1,782,295$ Sub-total 35,359,802$ 30,101,684$ (32,218,031)$ 9,204,799$ (7,504,799)$ 1,265,000$ (1,721,259)$ 34,487,196$ Housing Fund 4,150,165$ 2,941,670$ (1,514,306)$ -$ (1,700,000)$ -$ (107,315)$ 3,770,214$ Carriageway Fund 9,165$ 177,023$ (176,015)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 10,173$ TOTAL Funds 39,519,132$ 33,220,377$ (33,908,352)$ 9,204,799$ (9,204,799)$ 1,265,000$ (1,828,574)$ 38,267,583$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 218 of 434 210 Town of Snowmass VillageAll Funds –Budget Summary –2020 Proposed 6 Beginning Ending Fund Fund Balance Revenues Expenditures Transfers In Transfers-Out Other Rev's In Other Exp Out Fund Balance General Fund 15,129,826$ 14,759,166$ (17,770,379)$ 23,000$ Lottery Fund 255,000$ -$ 14,788,867$ (160,800)$ 1,921,430$ RETT Fund 510,000$ (510,000)$ 1,982,652$ Road Fund -$ (90,000)$ 15,750$ Marketing Fund (76,921)$ 15,750$ Grp Sales Fund 500,000$ CERF (330,000)$ (885,607)$ CIP Fund (500,000)$ Debt Service Fund 11,087$ 261,891$ (261,891)$ 11,087$ Lottery Fund 62,657$ 33,246$ -$ Lottery Fund (23,000)$ -$ 72,903$ RETT Fund 5,823,752$ 3,068,209$ (71,520)$ General Fund (1,921,430)$ -$ (96,688)$ 5,347,323$ CERF (1,035,000)$ CIP Fund (420,000)$ Road Fund 1,237,407$ 2,560,269$ (329,654)$ General Fund (1,982,652)$ (62,043)$ 993,327$ CIP Fund (80,000)$ CERF (350,000)$ Excise Tax Fund 1,819,819$ 317,899$ (43,330)$ CIP Fund (400,000)$ 1,694,388$ Marketing Fund 3,014,827$ 5,907,780$ (5,666,752)$ CIP Fund (200,000)$ 3,024,496$ General Fund (15,750)$ CERF (15,609)$ Group Sales Fund 2,191,914$ 2,361,194$ (1,987,485)$ CIP Fund (200,000)$ 2,334,265$ General Fund (15,750)$ CERF (15,608)$ Reop Fund 197,794$ 14,110$ (15,000)$ -$ 196,904$ POST Fund -$ 117,920$ (117,920)$ -$ CERF Fund 3,230,709$ -$ (735,585)$ 1,746,217$ Various Funds 4,241,341$ CIP Fund 2,640,010$ 700,000$ (5,057,715)$ 3,500,000$ Various Funds -$ -$ 1,782,295$ Sub-total 35,359,802$ 30,101,684$ (32,218,031)$ 9,204,799$ (7,504,799)$ 1,265,000$ (1,721,259)$ 34,487,196$ Housing Fund 4,150,165$ 2,941,670$ (1,514,306)$ CIP Fund (1,700,000)$ -$ (107,315)$ 3,770,214$ Carriageway Fund 9,165$ 177,023$ (176,015)$ -$ -$ -$ 10,173$ TOTAL Funds 39,519,132$ 33,220,377$ (33,908,352)$ 9,204,799$ (9,204,799)$ 1,265,000$ (1,828,574)$ 38,267,583$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 219 of 434 211 Town of Snowmass VillageWHERE IT COMES FROMRevenue Sources 2020 –All Funds 710-07-19 TC Packet Page 220 of 434 212 Town of Snowmass VillageRevenue Sources-2020 (w/o the Aspen School District pass-through & Transfers between funds) 8 Sources General Fund RETT Fund Road Fund Marketing Fund Group Sales Fund Excise Tax Fund Debt Svc Fund Capital Funds Other Funds Total % of Total Property Taxes-Gen Fund 374,101$ 374,101$ 1.1% Property Taxes-Gen Fund (Transportation)-$ -$ 0.0% Property Taxes-Road Fund 2,433,769$ 2,433,769$ 7.2% Property Taxes-Debt Fund 261,891$ 261,891$ 0.8% Total Property Taxes 374,101$ -$ 2,433,769$ -$ -$ -$ 261,891$ -$ -$ 3,069,761$ 9.0% Town Sales Taxes-Gen Fund 4,086,429$ 4,086,429$ 12.0% County Sales Taxes-Gen Fund 2,304,710$ 2,304,710$ 6.8% County Sales Taxes-Gen Fund-Use Tax Chan 500,000$ 500,000$ 1.5% Town Sales Taxes-Marketing Fund 5,761,780$ 5,761,780$ 17.0% Total Sales Taxes 6,891,139$ -$ -$ 5,761,780$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 12,652,919$ 37.2% Lodging Taxes-Group Sales Fund 2,254,694$ 2,254,694$ 6.6% Real Estate Transfer Tax-RETT Fund 2,900,000$ 2,900,000$ 8.5% -$ Excise Taxes-Excise Tax Fund 225,000$ 225,000$ 0.7% TOTAL Major Taxes 7,265,240$ 2,900,000$ 2,433,769$ 5,761,780$ 2,254,694$ 225,000$ 261,891$ -$ -$ 21,102,374$ 62.1% Other Revenue Sources Other Taxes 743,880$ -$ 743,880$ 2.2% Intergovernmental 1,145,681$ -$ -$ 149,836$ 1,295,517$ 3.8% Licenses/Permits 621,140$ -$ 621,140$ 1.8% Charges for Services 3,330,726$ 75,000$ -$ 10,000$ 3,415,726$ 10.1% Fines and Forfeits 58,300$ -$ 58,300$ 0.2% Contributions 1,669,355$ -$ 700,000$ -$ 2,369,355$ 7.0% Miscellaneous 679,844$ 168,209$ 51,500$ 146,000$ 106,500$ 44,419$ 166,138$ 1,362,610$ 4.0% Other Financing Sources -$ -$ -$ 0.0% Sales of Assets -$ -$ -$ 0.0% Rental Income -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 48,480$ -$ -$ 2,957,995$ 3,006,475$ 8.8% TOTAL Other Sources 8,248,926$ 168,209$ 126,500$ 146,000$ 106,500$ 92,899$ -$ 700,000$ 3,283,969$ 12,873,003$ 37.9% GRAND TOTAL REVENUES-ALL FUNDS 15,514,166$ 3,068,209$ 2,560,269$ 5,907,780$ 2,361,194$ 317,899$ 261,891$ 700,000$ 3,283,969$ 33,975,377$ 100% 46%9%8%17%7%1%1%2% 10%100% Transfers-CERF -$ 1,746,217$ -$ 1,746,217$ Transfers-CIP -$ 3,500,000$ -$ 3,500,000$ Transfers-Other Fun 3,958,582$ 3,958,582$ Aspen School Distrc 510,000$ -$ -$ 510,000$ 19,982,748$ 5,946,217$ 3,283,969$ 43,690,176$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 221 of 434 213 Town of Snowmass VillageWHERE IT GOESExpenditure Categories 2020 –All Funds 910-07-19 TC Packet Page 222 of 434 214 Town of Snowmass VillageExpenditure Categories-2020 (w/o the Aspen School District pass-through & Transfers between funds) 10 Expenditure Categories General Fund RETT Fund Road Fund Marketing Fund Group Sales Fund Excise Tax Fund Debt Svc Fund Capital Funds Other Funds Total % of Total Personnel Services 12,638,846$ 1,204,409$ 1,143,659$ 870,251$ 15,857,165$ 45.0% Purchased Services 2,987,979$ 61,995$ 94,038$ 463,589$ 3,607,601$ 10.2% Operating & Maintenance 2,142,354$ -$ 145,098$ 85,788$ 43,330$ 196,547$ 2,613,117$ 7.4% Grants & Donations 1,200$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,200$ 0.0% Total Operating 17,770,379$ -$ -$ 1,411,502$ 1,323,485$ 43,330$ -$ -$ 1,530,387$ 22,079,083$ 62.7% Capital Projects/Outlay 160,800$ 168,208$ 343,022$ -$ -$ -$ 5,793,300$ 142,915$ 6,608,245$ 18.8% Total Capital Projects/Outlay 160,800$ 168,208$ 343,022$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 5,793,300$ 142,915$ 6,608,245$ 18.8% TOTAL-Operating & Capital 17,931,179$ 168,208$ 343,022$ 1,411,502$ 1,323,485$ 43,330$ -$ 5,793,300$ 1,673,302$ 28,687,328$ 81.4% Other Expenditures Debt Service -$ 260,891$ 139,334$ 400,225$ 1.1% One-Time Expenditures 885,607$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 885,607$ 2.5% Marketing -$ 2,274,000$ 664,000$ -$ 2,938,000$ 8.3% Special Events -$ -$ 1,723,250$ -$ 1,723,250$ 4.9% Public Relations/Client Interaction -$ 258,000$ -$ -$ 258,000$ 0.7% Other 166,921$ -$ 48,675$ -$ -$ -$ 1,000$ 117,920$ 334,516$ 0.9% TOTAL Other Expenditures 1,052,528$ -$ 48,675$ 4,255,250$ 664,000$ -$ 261,891$ -$ 257,254$ 6,539,598$ 18.6% GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES-ALL FUNDS 18,983,707$ 168,208$ 391,697$ 5,666,752$ 1,987,485$ 43,330$ 261,891$ 5,793,300$ 1,930,556$ 35,226,926$ 100% 54%0%1%16%6%0%1%16%5% 100% Transfers-CERF 330,000$ 1,035,000$ 350,000$ 15,609$ 15,608$ -$ -$ 1,746,217$ Transfers-CIP 500,000$ 420,000$ 80,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 400,000$ 1,700,000$ 3,500,000$ Transfers-Other Funds -$ 1,921,430$ 1,982,652$ 15750 15,750$ 23,000$ 3,958,582$ Aspen School Distrct 510,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 510,000$ 20,323,707$ 3,544,638$ 2,804,349$ 5,898,111$ 2,218,843$ 443,330$ 261,891$ 5,793,300$ 3,653,556$ 44,941,725$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 223 of 434 215 General Fund30% Operational Reserve (starting 2020)and Unassigned Funds 1110-07-19 TC Packet Page 224 of 434 216 General Fund -Fund Balance Breakdown 1210-07-19 TC Packet Page 225 of 434 217 Town of Snowmass VillageGeneral Fund 2019 Projected-2024 ProposedOperating Revenues/Expenditures (inc Capital) 1310-07-19 TC Packet Page 226 of 434 218 TOSV Projects -All FundsBudget Summary 14 PROJECTS EXPENDITURES FACILITIES Gen'l Gov't-Marketing Reconfiguration Imprvments 71,996$ Gen'l Gov't-Town Hall/Rec Cntr/PW Facility MBCx Imprvmnts -$ Cultural and Rec-Town Park 100,000$ Cultural and Rec-Rec Ctr-Replastering of Pool Shell 175,000$ Recreation Center - Resurface Tennis/BB courts 40,000$ Transp/Fleet-Town Park Station Concrete Prjct 103,386$ Transp/Fleet-Daly Lane Depot Roof 50,000$ Transp/Fleet-Meadow Ranch Bus Stop Project -$ Transp/Fleet-Mall - RFTA Depot 600,000$ Sub-total - Facilities 1,140,382$ LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS Parks and Trails - Hard Surface Trail Improvements 150,000$ Parks and Trails - Bike Skills Trail 45,000$ Sub-total - Land & Land Imprvm 195,000$ ROADS AND STREETS Streetscape - Median Improvements 34,895$ Streetscape - Retaining Wall Replacement Program 75,000$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd to Brush Creek Lane 50,000$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Walkway-MV to SV Mall 60,000$ Sub-total - Road & Streets 219,895$ UTILITIES Snowmelt - Snowmelt Base Village- Boiler Replacement Project 30,000$ Snowmelt - Snowmelt TOV Boiler Replacement Project 50,000$ Utilities - Solar Renewables Project 224,886$ Utilities - Micro Hydro Renewables Project 24,000$ Sub-total - Utilities 328,886$ STRATEGIC PLANNING Sub-total - Strategic Planning -$ STORM WATER AND DRAINAGE Storm Water & Drainage - Stormwater Mgmt Plan 32,521$ Sub-total - Storm Water and Drainage 32,521$ HOUSING Housing Projects - Daly Lane Townhomes Retaining Wall 200,000$ Housing Projects - Housing Land Opportunities 225,000$ Housing Projects - MVI-Renovation Design 200,000$ Housing Projects - Coffey Place 2,094,531$ Housing -Asphalt Repairs/Laundry Equipment/Tree Maintenance 128,915$ Sub-total - Housing 2,848,446$ OTHER PROJECTS Comm & Tech - Municipal Fiber Network or Wireless Mesh 25,000$ Solid Waste - Town Hall Trash/Recycle Dumpster Shed 36,500$ Snowmass Tourism - Product Enhancements 400,000$ SGM - Capital Reserves Used on Buildings & Equipment 235,652$ Sub-total - Other CIP 697,152$ Total Expenditures 5,462,282$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 227 of 434 219 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGEOUTSTANDING DEBT AS OF 12/31/20 Balance 2020 2020 Balance Purpose Type at 12/31/19 Additions Principal Paid at 12/31/20 Maturity Date Recreation Center General Obligation 1,685,000$ 225,000$ 1,460,000$ Oct. 01, 2026 Sub-Total (NON-HOUSING)1,685,000$ -$ 225,000$ 1,460,000$ Housing No Bonds Outstanding -$ -$ -$ Sept. 01, 2014 Sub-Total (HOUSING-RELATED)-$ -$ -$ -$ GRAND TOTAL 1,685,000$ -$ 225,000$ 1,460,000$ **Town Hall Certificate of Participation (not considered a 3,795,000$ 480,000$ 3,315,000$ Dec. 01, 2026 debt instrument) **Carriageway Annual Appropriation Capital Lease 2,004,000$ 79,000$ 1,925,000$ Dec. 01, 2038 1510-07-19 TC Packet Page 228 of 434 220 Town of Snowmass VillageOutstanding Debt Chart as of 12/31/20 1610-07-19 TC Packet Page 229 of 434 221 Town of Snowmass Village General Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 230 of 434 222 Town of Snowmass VillageGeneral Fund –Budget Summary 18 2018 2019 2019 2020 BUDGET SUMMARY Actual Budget Projected Proposed BEGINNING CARRYOVER 15,978,376.12$ 17,881,171.92$ 17,881,171.92$ 15,129,825.92$ OPERATING REVENUES 17,389,475.93$ 17,355,956.00$ 18,582,344.00$ 18,686,248.00$ --Cougar Canyon-payments -$ -$ -$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (15,008,975.87)$ (16,894,386.00)$ (17,000,861.00)$ (17,770,379.00)$ Net Operating Rev's/Exp 2,380,500.06$ 461,570.00$ 1,581,483.00$ 915,869.00$ TRANSFER OUT - CERF (330,000.00)$ (330,000.00)$ (330,000.00)$ (330,000.00)$ Capital Outlay (169,550.91)$ (128,110.00)$ (128,110.00)$ (160,800.00)$ TOTAL REVENUES 17,389,475.93$ 17,355,956.00$ 18,582,344.00$ 18,686,248.00$ TOTAL EXPENDITURES (15,508,526.78)$ (17,352,496.00)$ (17,458,971.00)$ (18,261,179.00)$ Net Operating Rev's/Exp-with Capital 1,880,949.15$ 3,460.00$ 1,123,373.00$ 425,069.00$ OTHER EXPENDITURES 451,150.42$ (163,832.00)$ 244,766.00$ (76,921.00)$ --Droste - Property Tax Revenue 509,961.62$ -$ -$ --Droste - Pitkin County (509,961.62)$ -$ -$ --Aspen School District - Property Tax Revenue 510,000.00$ 510,000.00$ 510,000.00$ --Aspen School District - Property Tax Payment & Collctn Fees (510,000.00)$ (510,000.00)$ (510,000.00)$ --Building 6 Investment (13,000.00)$ (767,000.00)$ (767,000.00)$ -$ --Pitkin County Use Tax Change-2020-for CIP -$ -$ -$ 500,000.00$ TRANSFER OUT - CIP (696,500.00)$ (1,535,685.00)$ (1,535,685.00)$ (500,000.00)$ TRANSFER OUT-CIP-From Holy Cross Enhancement (992,886.00)$ (992,886.00)$ -$ ONE-TIME REVENUES 250,000.00$ -$ -$ 31,500.00$ ONE-TIME EXPENDITURES (281,718.62)$ (778,689.00)$ (673,914.00)$ (885,607.00)$ Base Village- One Time Revenues 468,444.85$ -$ -$ 255,000.00$ Base Village- One Time Expenditures (66,530.00)$ (60,000.00)$ (60,000.00)$ -$ Cougar Canyon - Towards Reserve (90,000.00)$ (90,000.00)$ (90,000.00)$ (90,000.00)$ NET OTHER REVENUE/EXPENDITURES 21,846.65$ (4,388,092.00)$ (3,874,719.00)$ (766,028.00)$ ENDING CARRYOVER 17,881,171.92$ 13,496,539.92$ 15,129,825.92$ 14,788,866.92$ BUDGET DESIGNATIONS 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Proposed DESIGNATIONS/RESERVES: INVENTORY 123,934.51$ 160,000.00$ 160,000.00$ 160,000.00$ PREPAID EXPENSES 70,453.18$ 100,000.00$ 100,000.00$ 100,000.00$ TABOR - RESERVE 461,810.60$ 461,810.60$ 461,810.60$ 461,810.60$ TOWN HALL COP-COUGAR CANYON 1,080,000.00$ 990,000.00$ 990,000.00$ 900,000.00$ HOLY CROSS ENHANCEMENT FUNDS 1,047,052.73$ 137,439.61$ 156,282.99$ 261,462.21$ BUILDING/EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND 890,642.81$ 841,810.81$ 841,810.81$ 883,520.00$ RESERVE FOR INSURANCE LIABILITY 570,453.40$ 630,000.00$ 630,000.00$ 630,000.00$ RESERVE FOR 2018 EXPENDITURES IN 2019 110,767.00$ -$ -$ -$ COMCAST-PEG FEE RESERVE -$ 11,400.00$ 1,900.00$ 13,300.00$ BASE VILLAGE - COMMUNITY PURPOSE 700,000.00$ -$ -$ -$ ROAD FUND-EMERGENCY RESERVE 145,842.96$ 107,860.32$ 105,278.72$ 92,418.72$ EMERGENCY RESERVE-25% OF OPERATING REV/30% '20 4,347,368.98$ 4,338,989.00$ 4,645,586.00$ 5,605,874.40$ TOTAL DESIGNATIONS:9,548,326.17$ 7,779,310.34$ 8,092,669.12$ 9,108,385.93$ FUNDS AVAILABLE:8,332,845.75$ 5,717,229.58$ 7,037,156.80$ 5,680,480.99$ TOTAL DESIGNATIONS & FUNDS AVAILABLE 17,881,171.92$ 13,496,539.92$ 15,129,825.92$ 14,788,866.92$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 231 of 434 223 Holy Cross Community Enhancement Account 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Beginning Balance -$ 26,102.52$ 40,431.68$ 87,219.63$ 135,506.39$ 189,250.66$ 255,594.35$ 338,369.90$ 427,805.93$ 521,989.90$ 604,663.46$ 467,879.71$ 557,709.07$ 644,830.81$ Revenues Holy Cross 26,102.52$ 44,160.13$ 46,440.01$ 47,751.02$ 52,328.43$ 60,855.30$ 70,543.00$ 73,500.05$ 85,641.60$ 80,694.22$ 82,327.00$ 89,182.26$ 85,933.28$ 90,728.21$ Interest Income -$ -$ 347.94$ 535.74$ 1,415.84$ 5,488.39$ 12,232.55$ 15,935.98$ 8,542.37$ 1,979.34$ 889.25$ 647.10$ 1,188.46$ 987.91$ TOTAL 26,102.52$ 44,160.13$ 46,787.95$ 48,286.76$ 53,744.27$ 66,343.69$ 82,775.55$ 89,436.03$ 94,183.97$ 82,673.56$ 83,216.25$ 89,829.36$ 87,121.74$ 91,716.12$ Expenditures Music Tent 29,830.97$ -$ Energy Efficiency Exp 220,000.00$ -$ Trail Signage 7,750.00$ Ice Rink 6,592.55$ RFP-CORE 5,025.00$ ACES Solar Renewable Project Micro-Hydro Renewable Project Environmental Sustainability -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ TOTAL -$ 29,830.97$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 220,000.00$ -$ -$ 19,367.55$ Ending Balance 26,102.52$ 40,431.68$ 87,219.63$ 135,506.39$ 189,250.66$ 255,594.35$ 338,369.90$ 427,805.93$ 521,989.90$ 604,663.46$ 467,879.71$ 557,709.07$ 644,830.81$ 717,179.38$ 2016 2017 2018 2019 2019 2019 2014 2015 ACTUAL Actual Actual Budget Projected VARIANCE 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Beginning Balance 717,179.38$ 695,168.73$ 731,897.74$ 828,145.90$ 929,067.35$ 1,028,209.35$ 1,047,052.73$ 18,843.38$ 156,282.73$ 261,462.21$ 369,797.07$ 481,381.98$ 596,314.44$ Revenues Holy Cross 93,844.00$ 92,077.69$ 92,248.87$ 92,252.61$ 99,836.38$ 102,116.26$ 102,116.00$ (0.26)$ 105,179.48$ 108,334.86$ 111,584.91$ 114,932.46$ 118,380.43$ Interest Income 845.58$ 1,263.61$ 4,109.29$ 8,668.84$ 18,149.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ TOTAL 94,689.58$ 93,341.30$ 96,358.16$ 100,921.45$ 117,985.38$ 102,116.26$ 102,116.00$ (0.26)$ 105,179.48$ 108,334.86$ 111,584.91$ 114,932.46$ 118,380.43$ Expenditures Music Tent Energy Efficiency Exp 87,793.20$ 29,356.74$ 110.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Trail Signage 17,737.03$ 14,262.97$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Ice Rink 11,170.00$ 12,992.58$ -$ -$ -$ -$ RFP-CORE -$ ACES -$ -$ -$ Solar Renewable Project 896,886.00$ 896,886.00$ -$ Micro-Hydro Renewable Project 96,000.00$ 96,000.00$ -$ Environmental Sustainability -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ TOTAL 116,700.23$ 56,612.29$ 110.00$ -$ -$ 992,886.00$ 992,886.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Ending Balance 695,168.73$ 731,897.74$ 828,145.90$ 929,067.35$ 1,047,052.73$ 137,439.61$ 156,282.73$ 18,843.12$ 261,462.21$ 369,797.07$ 481,381.98$ 596,314.44$ 714,694.87$ 1910-07-19 TC Packet Page 232 of 434 224 Town of Snowmass VillageGeneral Fund Operating Summary2020 2010-07-19 TC Packet Page 233 of 434 225 Town of Snowmass VillageSales Tax Chart 2110-07-19 TC Packet Page 234 of 434 226 Town of Snowmass VillageGeneral Fund -Operating Revenues2020 - $18,686,248 2210-07-19 TC Packet Page 235 of 434 227 Town of Snowmass VillageGeneral Fund –Operating Expenditures2020 - $18,261,179 2310-07-19 TC Packet Page 236 of 434 228 Town of Snowmass VillageBudget SummaryOperating Revenues and Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Proposed Budget Budget REVENUES Taxes - G.F. Property Tax 371,458.76$ 374,159$ 374,159$ 374,101$ -County Sales Tax 3,789,177.78$ 3,752,562$ 4,086,429$ 4,086,429$ -Town Sales Tax 2,126,781.05$ 2,067,667$ 2,304,710$ 2,304,710$ -Other Taxes 775,003.79$ 769,037$ 769,037$ 743,880$ SUB-TOTAL 7,062,421.38$ 6,963,425$ 7,534,335$ 7,509,120$ Intergovernmental Rev 957,308.01$ 1,062,251$ 1,065,001$ 1,145,681$ Licenses/Permits 950,555.97$ 410,867$ 473,996$ 456,140$ Charges for Services 3,407,931.39$ 3,094,552$ 3,168,167$ 3,240,726$ Fines and Forfeits 83,220.90$ 54,300$ 73,300$ 58,300$ Contributions 1,317,978.85$ 1,429,113$ 1,783,841$ 1,669,355$ Miscellaneous 767,085.06$ 614,160$ 711,106$ 679,844$ Other Financing Sources -$ -$ -$ -$ Sales of Assets -$ -$ -$ -$ SUB-TOTAL 14,546,501.56$ 13,628,668$ 14,809,746$ 14,759,166$ Transfers-Other Funds 2,842,974.37$ 3,727,288$ 3,772,598$ 3,927,082$ Total Revenues 17,389,475.93$ 17,355,956$ 18,582,344$ 18,686,248$ EXPENDITURES Personnel Services 11,149,977.13$ 12,228,992$ 12,221,192$ 12,638,846$ Purchased Services 2,208,741.03$ 2,641,995$ 2,771,270$ 2,987,979$ Operating & Maintenance 1,649,810.41$ 2,021,899$ 2,006,899$ 2,142,354$ Grants and Donations 447.30$ 1,500$ 1,500$ 1,200$ SUB-TOTAL 15,008,975.87$ 16,894,386$ 17,000,861$ 17,770,379$ Transfer Out-CERF 330,000.00$ 330,000$ 330,000$ 330,000$ Cash Purchases 169,550.91$ 128,110$ 128,110$ 160,800$ Total Expenditures 15,508,526.78$ 17,352,496$ 17,458,971$ 18,261,179$ NET REV/EXP -1,880,949.15$ 3,460$ 1,123,373$ 425,069$ 2410-07-19 TC Packet Page 237 of 434 229 General FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed 25 Revenues 2019 Budget 17,355,956$ County Sales Tax 333,867$ Budgeted 0% inc over 2019 projected/'19 projected is 8.90% over '19 budgeted Town Sales Tax 237,043$ Budgeted 0% inc over 2019 projected/'19 projected is 11.46% over '19 budgeted Business Sales Tax Licenses 44,698$ Increase in business licensing and compliance Transportation/Parking Fees 43,960$ 2020 is based on 2019 projected, which is higher than the 2019 budget Trash Fees 49,003$ No rate increase for 2020, increase based on 2019 collections Police Grants 64,000$ Budgeted for police training reimbursements to offset expenditures Transfer in-RETT 73,945$ Increase in parks/trails/recreation costs less increase in revenues Transfer in-Road 125,849$ Increase in Snowmelt Road utilities and road costs Interest Income 58,706$ Based on increased funds for investing over 2019 budget Ski Corp Contribution 237,179$ 2019 skier visits were up, so budgeting 2020 using avg skier visits in '18 and '19 Other Accounts 62,042$ 2020 Proposed Budget 18,686,248$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 17,352,496$ Personnel Services 409,854$ 4% merit pool/1% increase in retirement/0% inc health benefits over current rates/position changes Contract Service/Labor 182,830$ I.T. support contract/Police training contracts/Parks-Tree Mntn/GIS/Applcnt Trkg Building Maintenance 9,600$ Due to increased costs Miscellaneous-Finance 50,000$ Exploring the ability to eliminate credit card fees for General Fund revenues Dump Fees 7,205$ Inc due to increasing recycling fees from Pitkin County Cash Purchases 32,690$ Inc for computer purchases/mower/ballfield imprvmnts/police service equipment Operating and Maintenance 75,000$ Inc in supplies-car wash/parking/insurance/advertising/uniforms, etc. Utilities 136,246$ Budgeting for increase in costs and usage Other Accounts 5,258$ 2020 Proposed Budget 18,261,179$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 238 of 434 230 General FundOne Time Expenditures 26 2019 Budget 2019 Projected 2019 Variance 2020 Proposed 2020 Variance Personnel Services Personnel Services -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Sub-Total -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Purchased Services Contract Service-Community Survey 17,500$ 17,500$ -$ -$ 17,500$ Contract Service-H.R. Employee Handbook -$ -$ -$ 18,000$ (18,000)$ Energy Efficiency Project/Holy Cross Funds -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Sub-Total 17,500$ 17,500$ -$ 18,000$ (500)$ Grants & Donations Charitable Services ($100K-Grants/$57.5K Pitco Detox Fac/$5K YouthZone)157,507$ 157,507$ -$ 162,507$ (5,000)$ Sub-Total 157,507$ 157,507$ -$ 162,507$ (5,000)$ Capital Outlay Comm Dev ('19 Land Use Code Update/'20 LUC $55K/Plotter $9K)70,000$ 15,000$ 55,000$ 64,000$ (49,000)$ Public Works Admin - ('19 GIS) 39,925$ -$ 39,925$ -$ -$ Twn Manager-('19 $5K Comm Eng/$41K Laserf/'20 Comm Eng $7.5K/Micro Grid $60K/Census $10K)46,000$ 46,000$ -$ 77,500$ (31,500)$ Transportation ('19 Marketing & Commun Enhancements $20K/'20 Trans Marketing Enhancemnt Projects $85K)20,000$ 20,000$ -$ 85,000$ (65,000)$ Shop (Gas hose compliance-Awaiting State Regulations- moved to CIP in 2020)19,500$ -$ 19,500$ -$ -$ Finance ('19 TCM,Conversion software/software enhancements for New World)83,207$ 83,207$ -$ -$ 83,207$ Solid Waste ('19 Recylcing Containers $3K)3,000$ 3,000$ -$ -$ 3,000$ Parks/Trails ('19 Weed Control $26K)26,000$ 26,000$ -$ -$ 26,000$ Facility Maintenance ('20 Work Order Software $20K)-$ -$ -$ 20,000$ (20,000)$ Recreation Center ('19 - Video Camera's/'20 Ice Maker $6K/Mowers $5K/Resurface Tennis/BB courts $40K)5,000$ 5,000$ -$ 51,000$ (46,000)$ Public Safety ('19 Impnd Fence $16.5K/Portble VMS $12.5K/Cameras $8.7K/VMS(2) $80K 117,700$ 117,700$ -$ -$ 117,700$ Town Hall-All-('19 Portable Generator on Trailer $47K)47,000$ 47,000$ -$ -$ 47,000$ PW Admin ('19 $7K Finish Office Remodel/'20 Carryover $4K to 2020)7,000$ 3,000$ 4,000$ 4,000$ (1,000)$ Other ('20 We-Cycle)20,000$ -$ 20,000$ 40,000$ (40,000)$ Arts Board ('19 Art Projects/'20 Art Project $25K)60,000$ 122,000$ (62,000)$ 25,000$ 97,000$ Road (19 Bike Washing Station-TPS/'20 Tailgate Spreader $10.5K/Wood Chipper $65.1K/Lift Trailer $63K)1,000$ 1,000$ -$ 138,600$ (137,600)$ Summer Parking Program -$ -$ -$ 200,000$ (200,000)$ Town Council-'19 Wildfire Mitigation/'20-'24 Wildfire Mitigation moved to Town Council budget 38,350$ 10,000$ 28,350$ -$ 10,000$ Sub-Total 603,682$ 498,907$ 104,775$ 705,100$ (206,193)$ GRAND TOTAL 778,689$ 673,914$ 104,775$ 885,607$ (211,693)$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 239 of 434 231 Town of Snowmass Village Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 240 of 434 232 Town of Snowmass VillageReal Estate Transfer Tax Fund –Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 6,831,326.21$ 8,102,025.38$ 8,102,025.38$ 5,823,752.38$ OPERATING REVENUES 4,178,006.82$ 2,405,980.00$ 3,010,413.00$ 3,068,209.00$ TRANSFER OUT - CERF (740,000.00)$ (740,000.00)$ (740,000.00)$ (1,035,000.00)$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (1,270,491.43)$ (1,919,005.00)$ (1,906,180.00)$ (1,992,950.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 2,167,515.39$ (253,025.00)$ 364,233.00$ 40,259.00$ Capital Bldg/Equip Reserve Used (72,716.22)$ (1,394,150.00)$ (1,394,150.00)$ (96,688.00)$ TRANSFER OUT - CIP (824,100.00)$ (1,248,356.00)$ (1,248,356.00)$ (420,000.00)$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 8,102,025.38$ 5,206,494.38$ 5,823,752.38$ 5,347,323.38$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Capital Building/Equipment Reserve 1,154,543.78$ 10,393.78$ 10,393.78$ 163,705.78$ Emergency Reserve 2,000,000.00$ 2,000,000.00$ 2,000,000.00$ 4,000,000.00$ Funds Available 4,947,481.60$ 3,196,100.60$ 3,813,358.60$ 1,183,617.60$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES 8,102,025.38$ 5,206,494.38$ 5,823,752.38$ 5,347,323.38$ 2810-07-19 TC Packet Page 241 of 434 233 Real Estate Transfer Tax FundRevenues and Expenditures2020 2910-07-19 TC Packet Page 242 of 434 234 Real Estate Transfer Tax FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed 30 Revenues 2019 Budget 2,405,980$ Real Estate Transfer taxes 600,000$ Based on YTD increase in sales and collections Interest Income 62,229$ Based on current interest rates Other Accounts 2020 Proposed Budget 3,068,209$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 2,659,005$ Transfer out-Parks/Trails 72,818$ Personnel costs/Contract service/Weed Control/Cash Purchases Transfer out-CERF 295,000$ Town is anticipating less FTA grants due to changing regulations Transfer out-Recreation 15,721$ Increase in revenues/increase in expenditures Transfer out-Transportation (14,594)$ Decrease in Parcel 'C' capital Other Accounts -$ 2020 Proposed Budget 3,027,950$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 243 of 434 235 Real Estate Transfer TaxRevenues - 2020 Description 2018 Actual 2019 Budget 2019 Projected 2020 Proposed RETT Revenues 4,017,396.00$ 2,300,000.00$ 2,800,000.00$ 2,900,000.00$ FTA-5309 Grant -$ -$ -$ -$ Miscellaneous-Holy Cross -$ -$ -$ -$ Interest Income 160,610.82$ 105,980.00$ 210,413.00$ 168,209.00$ TOTAL 4,178,006.82$ 2,405,980.00$ 3,010,413.00$ 3,068,209.00$ 3110-07-19 TC Packet Page 244 of 434 236 Real Estate Transfer TaxExpenditures - 2020 2019 Description 2018 Actual 2019 Projected 2020 Annual Bldg Maintenance 116,217.00$ 71,520.00$ 71,520.00$ 71,520.00$ Miscellaneous -$ -$ -$ -$ Sub-Total 116,217.00$ 71,520.00$ 71,520.00$ 71,520.00$ Transfer out- GF-Transp 430,054.43$ 591,439.00$ 591,439.00$ 576,845.00$ Transfer out- GF-Parks/Trails 437,023.69$ 654,326.00$ 654,326.00$ 727,144.00$ Transfer out-Pool/Rec Ctr 287,196.31$ 601,720.00$ 588,895.00$ 617,441.00$ Sub-Total 1,154,274.43$ 1,847,485.00$ 1,834,660.00$ 1,921,430.00$ TOTAL 1,270,491.43$ 1,919,005.00$ 1,906,180.00$ 1,992,950.00$ Transfer out-CERF 740,000.00$ 740,000.00$ 740,000.00$ 1,035,000.00$ Transfer out-CIP 824,100.00$ 1,248,356.00$ 1,248,356.00$ 420,000.00$ Sub-Total 1,564,100.00$ 1,988,356.00$ 1,988,356.00$ 1,455,000.00$ TOTAL 2,834,591.43$ 3,907,361.00$ 3,894,536.00$ 3,447,950.00$ Capital Reserve Used 72,716.22$ 1,394,150.00$ $1,394,150.00 96,688.00$ GRAND TOTAL 2,907,307.65$ 5,301,511.00$ 5,288,686.00$ 3,544,638.00$ 3210-07-19 TC Packet Page 245 of 434 237 Transfer of Funds from RETT to General Fund 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Proposed Parks & Trails Expenditures Operating Costs 440,120.18$ 666,126.00$ 666,126.00$ 721,944.00$ Capital Costs 3,137.52$ -$ -$ 17,000.00$ Sub-Total 443,257.70$ 666,126.00$ 666,126.00$ 738,944.00$ Shop-Vehicle Labor 15,172.50$ 10,000.00$ 10,000.00$ 10,000.00$ Total 458,430.20$ 676,126.00$ 676,126.00$ 748,944.00$ Rodeo Property 1,593.49$ 1,200.00$ 1,200.00$ 1,200.00$ GRAND TOTAL-Parks & Trails Expend 460,023.69$ 677,326.00$ 677,326.00$ 750,144.00$ Parks & Trails Funding Sources Transfers in-From Lottery Fund (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ Holy Cross Funds (ice rink) Transfers in-Housing Fund/Gen Fund -$ -$ -$ -$ GRAND TOTAL- Parks & Trails Sources (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ Net - Parks & Trails Activities 437,023.69$ 654,326.00$ 654,326.00$ 727,144.00$ % Recovered 5.0%3.4%3.4%3.1% Recreation Program Expenditures Operating Costs 253,505.90$ 352,302.00$ 352,302.00$ 354,148.00$ GRAND TOTAL-Rec Program Expend 253,505.90$ 352,302.00$ 352,302.00$ 354,148.00$ Recreation Program Funding Sources Holy Cross Funds (ice rink)-$ -$ -$ -$ Gen'l Fund- Recreation Fees (118,408.70)$ (90,000.00)$ (85,000.00)$ (95,000.00)$ GRAND TOTAL- Rec Prgm Sources (118,408.70)$ (90,000.00)$ (85,000.00)$ (95,000.00)$ Net - Rec Program Activities 135,097.20$ 262,302.00$ 267,302.00$ 259,148.00$ % Recovered 46.7%25.5%24.1%26.8% 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Proposed Recreation Center Expenditures Operating Costs 814,274.69$ 884,488.00$ 884,488.00$ 915,293.00$ Shop-Vehicle Labor 9,520.00$ 900.00$ 900.00$ 900.00$ Rec Center - Utilities 120,742.68$ 114,282.00$ 131,457.00$ 133,912.00$ Facility Mntn-Rec Ctr-cleaning/supplies 98,821.51$ 123,415.00$ 123,415.00$ 126,855.00$ GRAND TOTAL-Rec Center Expend 1,043,358.88$ 1,123,085.00$ 1,140,260.00$ 1,176,960.00$ Recreation Center Funding Sources Recreation Ctr Memberships (738,306.50)$ (690,000.00)$ (725,000.00)$ (725,000.00)$ Recreation Ctr Personal Trainers (52,151.50)$ (55,000.00)$ (55,000.00)$ (55,000.00)$ Recreation Ctr Concessions (29,814.02)$ (22,667.00)$ (22,667.00)$ (22,667.00)$ Recreation Rental Fees (25,987.75)$ (16,000.00)$ (16,000.00)$ (16,000.00)$ Transfers in-Housing Fund/Gen Fund GRAND TOTAL- Rec Center Sources (846,259.77)$ (783,667.00)$ (818,667.00)$ (818,667.00)$ Net - Rec Center Activities 197,099.11$ 339,418.00$ 321,593.00$ 358,293.00$ % Recovered 81.1%69.8%71.8%69.6% Total Recreation Program and Center 332,196.31$ 601,720.00$ 588,895.00$ 617,441.00$ % Recovered 74.4%59.2%60.5%59.7% Transportation - Rolling Stock Costs $430,054.43 $591,439 $591,439 $576,845 -$ -$ -$ -$ Net - Transportation Activities 430,054.43$ $591,439 $591,439 576,845.00$ % Recovered 0%0%0%0% RETT TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND 1,199,274.43$ 1,847,485.00$ 1,834,660.00$ 1,921,430.00$ 3310-07-19 TC Packet Page 246 of 434 238 Town of Snowmass Village Road Mill Levy Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 247 of 434 239 Town of Snowmass VillageRoad Mill Levy Fund –Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 1,915,764.92$ 1,748,510.00$ 1,748,510.00$ 1,237,407.00$ OPERATING REVENUES 2,577,218.45$ 2,530,930.00$ 2,572,930.00$ 2,560,269.00$ TRANSFER OUT - CERF (350,000.00)$ (350,000.00)$ (350,000.00)$ (350,000.00)$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (1,860,573.37)$ (2,675,898.00)$ (2,734,033.00)$ (2,374,349.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 366,645.08$ (494,968.00)$ (511,103.00)$ (164,080.00)$ TRANSFER OUT - CIP (533,900.00)$ -$ -$ (80,000.00)$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 1,748,510.00$ 1,253,542.00$ 1,237,407.00$ 993,327.00$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Building/Equipment Reserve 822,220.36$ 737,218.36$ 737,218.36$ 830,175.36$ Funds Available 926,289.64$ 516,323.64$ 500,188.64$ 163,151.64$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES 1,748,510.00$ 1,253,542.00$ 1,237,407.00$ 993,327.00$ 3510-07-19 TC Packet Page 248 of 434 240 Road Mill Levy FundRevenues and Expenditures2020 3610-07-19 TC Packet Page 249 of 434 241 Road Mill Levy FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed Revenues 2019 Budget 2,530,930$ Property Tax Revenues (2,161)$ Due to decrease in preliminary assessed valuation Other Accounts 31,500$ 2020 Proposed Budget 2,560,269$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 3,025,898$ Transfer out-General Fund 125,849$ Increase in road maintenance and utility costs Road projects/overlays (250,000)$ Budgeting to spend $200K on overlays/road work in 2020 Capital Reserve Used (177,959)$ Per SGM scheduled work plan for 2020 Other Accounts 561$ 2020 Proposed Budget 2,724,349$ 3710-07-19 TC Packet Page 250 of 434 242 Town of Snowmass Village Lottery Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 251 of 434 243 Town of Snowmass VillageLottery Fund –Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 46,444.51$ 53,175.42$ 53,175.42$ 62,657.42$ OPERATING REVENUES 29,730.91$ 32,066.00$ 32,482.00$ 33,246.00$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ (23,000.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 6,730.91$ 9,066.00$ 9,482.00$ 10,246.00$ Transfer Out-Capital Projects Fund -$ -$ -$ -$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 53,175.42$ 62,241.42$ 62,657.42$ 72,903.42$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Funds Available 53,175.42$ 62,241.42$ 62,657.42$ 72,903.42$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES 53,175.42$ 62,241.42$ 62,657.42$ 72,903.42$ 3910-07-19 TC Packet Page 252 of 434 244 Lottery FundRevenues and Expenditures2020 4010-07-19 TC Packet Page 253 of 434 245 Lottery FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed Revenues 2019 Budget 32,066$ Other Accounts 1,180$ 2020 Proposed Budget 33,246$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 23,000$ Other Accounts -$ 2020 Proposed Budget 23,000$ 4110-07-19 TC Packet Page 254 of 434 246 Town of Snowmass Village Excise Tax Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 255 of 434 247 Town of Snowmass VillageExcise Tax Fund –Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 1,341,568.25$ 1,981,545.56$ 1,981,545.56$ 1,819,818.56$ OPERATING REVENUES 666,345.50$ 304,640.00$ 326,053.00$ 317,899.00$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (26,368.19)$ (37,780.00)$ (37,780.00)$ (43,330.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 639,977.31$ 266,860.00$ 288,273.00$ 274,569.00$ Transfer Out-Capital Projects Fund -$ (450,000.00)$ (450,000.00)$ (400,000.00)$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 1,981,545.56$ 1,798,405.56$ 1,819,818.56$ 1,694,387.56$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Funds Available 1,981,545.56$ 1,798,405.56$ 1,819,818.56$ 1,694,387.56$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES 1,981,545.56$ 1,798,405.56$ 1,819,818.56$ 1,694,387.56$ 4310-07-19 TC Packet Page 256 of 434 248 Excise Tax FundRevenues and Expenditures2020 4410-07-19 TC Packet Page 257 of 434 249 Excise Tax FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed Revenues 2019 Budget 304,640$ Interest Income 12,779$ Interest income increase from '19 budget Other Accounts 480$ 2020 Proposed Budget 317,899$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 37,780$ Miscellaneous 5,550$ Maintenance for CC#5 & #18 Other Accounts -$ 2020 Proposed Budget 43,330$ 4510-07-19 TC Packet Page 258 of 434 250 Town of Snowmass Village Renewable Energy Offset Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 259 of 434 251 Town of Snowmass VillageRenewable Energy Offset Fund –Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 197,183.79$ 200,722.04$ 200,722.04$ 197,794.04$ OPERATING REVENUES 13,538.25$ 13,840.00$ 7,072.00$ 14,110.00$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (10,000.00)$ (10,000.00)$ (10,000.00)$ (15,000.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 3,538.25$ 3,840.00$ (2,928.00)$ (890.00)$ TRANSFER OUT - CIP -$ -$ -$ -$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 200,722.04$ 204,562.04$ 197,794.04$ 196,904.04$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Funds Available 200,722.04$ 204,562.04$ 197,794.04$ 196,904.04$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES 200,722.04$ 204,562.04$ 197,794.04$ 196,904.04$ 4710-07-19 TC Packet Page 260 of 434 252 Town of Snowmass Village POST Grant Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 261 of 434 253 Town of Snowmass VillagePOST Grant Fund –Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER -$ -$ -$ -$ OPERATING REVENUES 337,180.00$ 122,583.00$ 209,337.00$ 117,920.00$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (337,180.00)$ (122,583.00)$ (209,337.00)$ (117,920.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES -$ -$ -$ -$ YEAR END CARRYOVER -$ -$ -$ -$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Funds Available -$ -$ -$ -$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES -$ -$ -$ -$ 4910-07-19 TC Packet Page 262 of 434 254 Town of Snowmass VillagePost Grant Fund Detail2020 2018 2019 2019 2020 ACTUAL BUDGET Projected BUDGET Revenues Grants- POST Grant Police 337,180$ 122,583$ 209,377$ 117,920$ Total Revenues 337,180.00$ 122,583.00$ 209,377.00$ 117,920.00$ Expenditures POST Training Jan-June 65,013.00$ 103,940.00$ 103,940.00$ 74,525.00$ POST Training July-Dec 106,915.00$ -$ 39,405.00$ POST Scholarships Jan-June 43,544.00$ 1,935.00$ 1,935.00$ 14,547.00$ POST Scholarships July-Dec 18,673.00$ -$ 25,000.00$ POST Contract Service Jan-June 13,508.00$ 11,138.00$ 11,138.00$ 8,899.00$ POST Contract Service July-Dec 11,136.00$ -$ 8,899.00$ POST Equipment Jan-June -$ -$ -$ 15,500.00$ POST Equipment July-Dec 72,421.00$ -$ 9,000.00$ POST Grant Management Jan-June 506.00$ 5,570.00$ 5,570.00$ 4,449.00$ POST Grant Management July-Dec 5,464.00$ -$ 4,450.00$ Total Expenditures 337,180.00$ 122,583.00$ 209,337.00$ 117,920.00$ 5010-07-19 TC Packet Page 263 of 434 255 Town of Snowmass Village Marketing & Special Events Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 264 of 434 256 Town of Snowmass VillageMarketing and Special Events Fund –Budget Summary 52 Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 1,779,178.65$ 2,487,363.67$ 2,487,363.67$ 3,014,826.67$ OPERATING REVENUES 5,427,959.05$ 5,278,167.00$ 5,886,958.00$ 5,907,780.00$ TRANSFER OUT - CERF -$ -$ (15,609.00)$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (4,619,774.03)$ (5,350,545.00)$ (5,159,495.00)$ (5,682,502.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 808,185.02$ (72,378.00)$ 727,463.00$ 209,669.00$ TRANSFER OUT - CIP (100,000.00)$ (200,000.00)$ (200,000.00)$ (200,000.00)$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 2,487,363.67$ 2,214,985.67$ 3,014,826.67$ 3,024,495.67$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Reserve (2018 & 2019=25%/2020=30%)1,356,989.76$ 1,319,541.75$ 1,471,739.50$ 1,772,334.00$ Funds Available 1,130,373.91$ 895,443.92$ 1,543,087.17$ 1,252,161.67$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES 2,487,363.67$ 2,214,985.67$ 3,014,826.67$ 3,024,495.67$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 265 of 434 257 Marketing and Special Events FundRevenues and Expenditures2020 5310-07-19 TC Packet Page 266 of 434 258 Marketing and Special Events Fund Budget Summary -Detail 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Proposed REVENUES Taxes 5,316,954.71$ 5,169,167$ 5,761,780$ 5,761,780$ Contributions -$ -$ -$ -$ Miscellaneous 111,004.34$ 109,000$ 125,178$ 146,000$ Total Revenues 5,427,959.05$ 5,278,167$ 5,886,958$ 5,907,780$ EXPENDITURES Personnel Services 1,014,647.48$ 1,094,180$ 1,083,980$ 1,204,409$ Purchased Services 41,738.45$ 62,367$ 52,367$ 61,995$ Operating & Maintenance 130,059.03$ 144,357$ 144,357$ 145,098$ Marketing 1,810,843.46$ 2,179,065$ 2,021,315$ 2,274,000$ Special Events 1,458,586.69$ 1,614,576$ 1,664,576$ 1,723,250$ Public Relations 163,898.92$ 256,000$ 192,900$ 258,000$ Transfer out-General Fund 15,750$ Total Expenditures 4,619,774.03$ 5,350,545$ 5,159,495$ 5,682,502$ NET REV/EXP -808,185.02$ (72,378)$ 727,463$ 225,278$ Beginning Carryover 1,779,178.65$ 2,487,364$ 2,487,364$ 3,014,827$ Revenues 5,427,959.05$ 5,278,167$ 5,886,958$ 5,907,780$ Expenditures 4,619,774.03$ 5,350,545$ 5,159,495$ 5,682,502$ Transfer out-CERF -$ -$ -$ 15,609$ Transfer out-CIP 100,000.00$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ Ending Balance 2,487,363.67$ 2,214,986$ 3,014,827$ 3,024,496$ 5410-07-19 TC Packet Page 267 of 434 259 Marketing FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed Revenues 2019 Budget 5,278,167$ Marketing Sales Taxes 592,613$ Budgeted 0% over 2019 projected, 2019 projected is 11.46% over '19 budget Other Accounts 37,000$ Interest Income 2020 Proposed Budget 5,907,780$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 5,350,545$ Personnel Services 110,229$ Changes in staffing/merit increases/health benefits/added FTS-Events Coordn Summer & Winter Marketing 14,000$ Decrease collateral/increase advertising/increase photograhpy Summer & Winter Events 108,250$ 3% inc in event activations/East West contribution towards SBV activations Transfer out-CERF 15,608$ Vehicle replacement per schedule from Fleet Supervisor Lift Trailer 15,750$ 25% of Road Division Lift Trailer expense to hang banners Online Web Design & Maint 77,175$ Continued emphasis with online marketing & social media content & distribution Other Accounts (9,055)$ 2020 Proposed Budget 5,682,502$ 5510-07-19 TC Packet Page 268 of 434 260 Town of Snowmass Village Group Sales Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 269 of 434 261 Town of Snowmass VillageGroup Sales –Budget Summary 57 Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 1,280,670.08$ 1,748,887.61$ 1,748,887.61$ 2,191,913.61$ OPERATING REVENUES 2,086,255.77$ 2,095,521.00$ 2,329,584.00$ 2,361,194.00$ TRANSFER OUT - CERF -$ -$ (15,608.00)$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (1,518,038.24)$ (1,949,232.00)$ (1,686,558.00)$ (2,003,235.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 568,217.53$ 146,289.00$ 643,026.00$ 342,351.00$ TRANSFER OUT - CIP (100,000.00)$ (200,000.00)$ (200,000.00)$ (200,000.00)$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 1,748,887.61$ 1,695,176.61$ 2,191,913.61$ 2,334,264.61$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Reserve (2018 & 2019=25%/2020=30%)521,563.94$ 523,880.25$ 582,396.00$ 708,358.20$ Funds Available 1,227,323.67$ 1,171,296.36$ 1,609,517.61$ 1,625,906.41$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES 1,748,887.61$ 1,695,176.61$ 2,191,913.61$ 2,334,264.61$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 270 of 434 262 Group Sales FundRevenues and Expenditures2020 5810-07-19 TC Packet Page 271 of 434 263 Group Sales Fund Budget Summary -Detail 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Revised Budget REVENUES Taxes 2,029,358.38$ 2,049,521$ 2,254,694$ 2,254,694$ Miscellaneous 56,897.39$ 46,000$ 74,890$ 106,500$ Total Revenues 2,086,255.77$ 2,095,521$ 2,329,584$ 2,361,194$ EXPENDITURES Personnel Services 853,953.11$ 1,148,823$ 1,024,449$ 1,143,659$ Purchased Services 70,447.57$ 63,464$ 63,464$ 94,038$ Operating & Maintenance 109,423.69$ 83,945$ 83,945$ 85,788$ Marketing 484,213.87$ 653,000$ 514,700$ 664,000$ Transfer out-General Fund 15,750$ Total Expenditures 1,518,038.24$ 1,949,232$ 1,686,558$ 2,003,235$ NET REV/EXP -568,217.53$ 146,289$ 643,026$ 357,959$ Beginning Carryover 1,280,670.00$ 1,748,888$ 1,748,888$ 2,191,914$ Revenues 2,086,255.77$ 2,095,521$ 2,329,584$ 2,361,194$ Expenditures 1,518,038.24$ 1,949,232$ 1,686,558$ 2,003,235$ Transfer out CERF -$ -$ -$ 15,608.00$ Transfer out CIP 100,000.00$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ Ending Balance 1,748,887.53$ 1,695,177$ 2,191,914$ 2,334,265$ 5910-07-19 TC Packet Page 272 of 434 264 Group Sales FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed Revenues 2019 Budget 2,095,521$ Lodging Tax 205,173$ Budgeted 0% over 2019 projected, 2019 projected is 10.01% over '19 budget Support for Groups 39,000$ Support to bring groups to Snowmass Village Other Accounts 21,500$ 2020 Proposed Budget 2,361,194$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 1,949,232$ Personnel Services 5,164$ Staff mix change/decrease in international travel Transfer out-CERF 15,608$ Vehicle replacement per schedule from Fleet Supervisor Lift Trailer 15,750$ 25% of Road Division Lift Trailer expense to hang banners Contract Service 30,000$ Adding new 3rd party agreements with meeting/group planners Other Accounts 3,089$ 2020 Proposed Budget 2,018,843$ 6010-07-19 TC Packet Page 273 of 434 265 Town of Snowmass Village Housing Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 274 of 434 266 Town of Snowmass VillageHousing Fund –Budget Summary 62 Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 2,390,384.94$ 3,380,622.51$ 3,380,622.51$ 4,150,165.51$ OPERATING REVENUES 2,869,601.71$ 2,841,950.00$ 2,927,184.00$ 2,941,670.00$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (1,262,621.14)$ (1,633,529.00)$ (1,581,696.00)$ (1,514,306.00)$ DEBT SERVICE -$ -$ -$ -$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 1,606,980.57$ 1,208,421.00$ 1,345,488.00$ 1,427,364.00$ Capital Reserves Used (166,743.00)$ (150,110.00)$ (140,945.00)$ (92,315.00)$ Sidewalk/Boulder wall repair and tree maintenance -$ (30,000.00)$ (30,000.00)$ (15,000.00)$ Transfer out-Carriageway -$ (5,000.00)$ (5,000.00)$ -$ Transfer out-CIP (450,000.00)$ (400,000.00)$ (400,000.00)$ (1,700,000.00)$ -$ -$ -$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 3,380,622.51$ 4,003,933.51$ 4,150,165.51$ 3,770,214.51$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Capital Reserve Fund 851,769.00$ 818,825.00$ 829,823.00$ 849,750.00$ Emergency/Contingency Fund (16% of Revenues)459,136.27$ 454,712.00$ 468,349.44$ 470,667.20$ Funds Available 2,069,717.24$ 2,730,396.51$ 2,851,993.07$ 2,449,797.31$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES 3,380,622.51$ 4,003,933.51$ 4,150,165.51$ 3,770,214.51$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 275 of 434 267 Housing FundRevenues and Expenditures2020 6310-07-19 TC Packet Page 276 of 434 268 Housing FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed 64 Revenues 2019 Budget 2,841,950$ Rents 44,940$ Rent increase for 2020 Interest 56,280$ Interest income increase from '19 budget Miscellaneous (1,500)$ 2020 Proposed Budget 2,941,670$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 1,633,529$ Personnel Services 102,195$ Merit increases/health benefits/inc FTS to FTYR maintenance position Contract Service (12,300)$ Decrease due to completion of initial implementaition of software in '19 Cash Purchases (220,248)$ Decrease due to completed projects in 2019 (roofs, boilers, Carriageway purchase) Other Accounts 11,130$ 2020 Proposed Budget 1,514,306$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 277 of 434 269 Town of Snowmass Village Carriageway Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 278 of 434 270 Town of Snowmass VillageCarriageway Fund –Budget Summary 66 Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER -$ -$ -$ 9,165.00$ OPERATING REVENUES -$ 112,137.00$ 106,572.00$ 177,023.00$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES -$ (23,311.00)$ (21,544.00)$ (36,681.00)$ DEBT SERVICE -$ (91,961.00)$ (80,863.00)$ (139,334.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES -$ (3,135.00)$ 4,165.00$ 1,008.00$ Capital Reserves Used -$ 5,000.00$ 5,000.00$ -$ Transfer in-Housing -$ -$ -$ -$ YEAR END CARRYOVER -$ 1,865.00$ 9,165.00$ 10,173.00$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED Funds Available -$ 1,865.00$ 9,165.00$ 10,173.00$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES -$ 1,865.00$ 9,165.00$ 10,173.00$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 279 of 434 271 Carriageway FundRevenues and Expenditures2020 6710-07-19 TC Packet Page 280 of 434 272 Carriageway FundBudget Comparisons-2019 Budget to 2020 Proposed Revenues 2019 Budget 112,137$ Rents 64,138$ 2020 full year of rent collections Interest Income 748$ 2020 Proposed Budget 177,023$ Expenditures 2019 Budget 115,272$ Debt Service Payment 47,373$ 2020-full year of debt pymts Utilities 6,904$ 2020 is full year of operatios Operating & Maintenance 7,099$ First full year of operations Other Accounts (633)$ 2020 Proposed Budget 176,015$ 6810-07-19 TC Packet Page 281 of 434 273 Town of Snowmass Village Capital Equipment Reserve Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 282 of 434 274 Town of Snowmass VillageCapital Equipment Reserve Fund –Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 1,195,290.20$ 2,529,224.20$ 2,529,224.20$ 3,230,709.20$ OPERATING REVENUES 1,520,000.00$ 1,470,000.00$ 1,470,000.00$ 1,746,217.00$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (186,066.00)$ (806,286.00)$ (768,515.00)$ (735,585.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 1,333,934.00$ 663,714.00$ 701,485.00$ 1,010,632.00$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 2,529,224.20$ 3,192,938.20$ 3,230,709.20$ 4,241,341.20$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED General Fund Reserve $788,353.45 $461,985.45 $499,597.45 $611,792.45 Rett Fund Reserve-Parks and Trails $38,768.40 $68,768.40 $68,768.40 $98,768.40 Rett Fund Reserve-Pool and Rec $15,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $25,000.00 Rett Fund Reserve-Transportation $996,824.85 $1,609,906.85 $1,610,065.85 $2,401,973.85 Road Fund Reserve $690,277.50 $1,032,277.50 $1,032,277.50 $1,103,806.50 TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES $2,529,224.20 $3,192,938.20 $3,230,709.20 $4,241,341.20 7010-07-19 TC Packet Page 283 of 434 275 Capital Equipment Reserve Fund Budget Summary -Detail 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Budget REVENUES Transfers In-General Fund 330,000.00$ 330,000$ 330,000$ 330,000$ Transfers In-RETT Fund-Parks & Trails 30,000.00$ 30,000$ 30,000$ 30,000$ Transfers In-RETT Fund-Pool & Recreation 5,000.00$ 5,000$ 5,000$ 5,000$ Transfers In-RETT Fund-Transportation 705,000.00$ 705,000$ 705,000$ 1,000,000$ Transfers In-Road Fund 350,000.00$ 350,000$ 350,000$ 350,000$ Transfers In-Marketing Fund -$ -$ -$ 15,609$ Transfers In-Group Sales Fund -$ -$ -$ 15,608$ Other financing sources -$ -$ -$ -$ Grants 100,000.00$ 50,000$ 50,000$ -$ Total Revenues 1,520,000.00$ 1,470,000$ 1,470,000$ 1,746,217$ EXPENDITURES Capital Equipment/Vehicle Purchases General Administration -$ -$ -$ -$ Community Development -$ -$ -$ -$ Public Safety -$ 340,500$ 340,500$ -$ Transportation 186,066.00$ 141,918$ 141,759$ 208,092$ Parks & Recreation -$ -$ -$ -$ Pool and Recreation -$ -$ -$ -$ Facility Management -$ -$ -$ -$ Road -$ 8,000$ 8,000$ 278,471$ Solid Waste -$ 315,868$ 278,256$ 217,805$ Shop -$ -$ -$ -$ P.W. Administration-General Fund portion-70%-$ -$ -$ -$ P.W. Administration-Road Fund portion-30% Marketing/Special Events -$ -$ -$ 31,217$ Total Expenditures 186,066.00$ 806,286$ 768,515$ 735,585$ NET REV/EXP -1,333,934.00$ 663,714$ 701,485$ 1,010,632$ Beginning Carryover 1,195,290.20$ 2,529,224$ 2,529,224$ 3,230,709$ Revenues 1,520,000.00$ 1,470,000$ 1,470,000$ 1,746,217$ Expenditures 186,066.00$ 806,286$ 768,515$ 735,585$ Ending Balance 2,529,224.20$ 3,192,938$ 3,230,709$ 4,241,341$ 7110-07-19 TC Packet Page 284 of 434 276 Town of Snowmass Village Capital Improvement Projects Fund 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 285 of 434 277 Town of Snowmass VillageCapital Improvement Projects Fund –Budget Summary 73 Revenues over Expenditures 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 4,171,235.93$ 5,445,881.22$ 5,445,881.22$ 2,640,010.22$ OPERATING REVENUES 2,704,500.00$ 5,376,927.00$ 5,403,927.00$ 4,200,000.00$ OPERATING EXPENDITURES (1,429,854.71)$ (10,077,513.00)$ (8,209,798.00)$ (5,057,715.00)$ NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 1,274,645.29$ (4,700,586.00)$ (2,805,871.00)$ (857,715.00)$ YEAR END CARRYOVER 5,445,881.22$ 745,295.22$ 2,640,010.22$ 1,782,295.22$ Appropriations/Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual BUDGET PROJECTED PROPOSED General Fund $608,504.72 $1,188.72 $705,990.72 $428,188.72 RETT Fund $444,916.45 $0.45 $143,386.45 $40,000.45 Road Fund $282,219.06 $0.06 $0.06 $0.06 Excise Fund $400,000.00 $0.10 $25,000.00 $0.10 REOP Fund $14,292.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Housing Fund $1,250,228.42 $228.42 $0.00 $228.42 Mtn View Fund $1,544,531.10 $0.00 $594,759.42 $0.00 Group Sales Fund $269,237.93 $233,239.93 $446,737.93 $410,739.93 Marketing/Special Events Fund $269,237.93 $233,239.83 $446,737.93 $410,739.33 Sub-total $5,083,167.61 $467,897.51 $2,362,612.51 $1,289,897.01 Funds Available 362,713.61$ 277,397.71$ 277,397.71$ 492,398.21$ TOTAL-OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/RESERVES $5,445,881.22 $745,295.22 $2,640,010.22 $1,782,295.2210-07-19 TC Packet Page 286 of 434 278 Capital Improvement Projects Fund Budget Summary -Detail 74 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Budget REVENUES Transfers In-General Fund 696,500.00$ 1,535,685$ 1,535,685$ 500,000$ Transfers In-General Fund-Holy Cross Enhancement -$ 992,886$ 992,886$ -$ Transfers In-RETT Fund 824,100.00$ 1,248,356$ 1,248,356$ 420,000$ Transfers In-Road Fund 533,900.00$ -$ -$ 80,000$ Transfers In-Excise Tax Fund -$ 450,000$ 450,000$ 400,000$ Transfers In-Marketing Fund 100,000.00$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ Transfers In-Group Sales Fund 100,000.00$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ Transfers In-REOP Fund -$ -$ -$ -$ Transfers In-Housing Fund 450,000.00$ -$ -$ 1,700,000$ Transfers In-Mountain View Fund -$ 400,000$ 400,000$ -$ EOTC -$ 350,000$ 50,000$ 600,000$ Contributions -$ -$ 177,000$ 50,000$ Grants -$ -$ 150,000$ 50,000$ Total Revenues 2,704,500.00$ 5,376,927$ 5,403,927$ 4,200,000$ EXPENDITURES FACILITIES Gen'l Gov't-Marketing Reconfiguration Imprvments 487.78$ 71,996$ -$ 71,996$ Gen'l Gov't-Town Hall/Rec Cntr/PW Facility MBCx Imprvm -$ 50,000$ 50,000$ -$ Transp/Fleet-Town Park Station Concrete Prjct -$ 105,447$ 2,061$ 103,386$ Transp/Fleet-Parcel C Restroom Rpr & Remodel -$ -$ -$ -$ Transp/Fleet-Meadow Ranch Bus Stop Project 10,881.75$ 242,000$ 242,000$ -$ Transp/Fleet-Mall - RFTA Depot -$ 350,000$ 50,000$ 600,000$ Transp/Fleet-Daly Lane Depot Roof -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ Cultural and Rec-Rec Center Locker Room Expansion -$ -$ -$ -$ Cultural and Rec-Town Park Station -$ -$ -$ 100,000$ Cultural and Rec-Rec Ctr-Replastering of Pool Shell 17,142.22$ -$ -$ 175,000$ Sub-total - Facilities 28,511.75$ 819,443$ 344,061$ 1,100,382$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 287 of 434 279 Capital Improvement Projects Fund Budget Summary –Detail (cont’d) 75 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Budget LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS Parks and Trails- Softball Field Redesign and Improvemen -$ -$ -$ -$ Parks and Trails- Fishing Pond-Outlet Structure Improvem -$ -$ -$ -$ Parks and Trails - Ice Rink Relocation 14,872.87$ 25,000$ 25,000$ -$ Parks and Trails - Skate Park Repairs 10,650.00$ -$ -$ -$ Parks and Trails - Hard Surface Trail Improvements -$ 158,112$ 158,112$ 150,000$ Parks and Trails - Soft Surface Trail Improvements -$ 25,000$ 25,000$ -$ Parks and Trails- Twn Prk Station Pond-Outlet Structure Im 53,135.50$ 71,417$ 71,417$ -$ Parks and Trails- Bike Skills Trail 45,000$ Parks and Trails- Ice Rink Equipment -$ -$ -$ -$ Sub-total - Land & Land Imprvm 78,658.37$ 279,529$ 279,529$ 195,000$ ROADS AND STREETS Streetscape - Median Improvements -$ 34,895$ -$ 34,895$ Streetscape - Guardrail Replacement Program -$ 25,000$ 25,000$ -$ Streetscape - Retaining Wall Replacement Program -$ 85,000$ 85,000$ 75,000$ Street Improvements - Bridge Program -$ 40,000$ -$ -$ Street Improvements - Brush Creek/Owl Creek Rd Intersc 137,372.20$ 197,627$ 197,627$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Fairway 3 Bike Path -$ -$ -$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Hard Surface Trails -$ -$ -$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bush Crk Road to Bru Crk Lane -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd Crossing Imp -$ -$ -$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd Pedestrian Imp-Sin -$ 43,510$ 43,510$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Woodbridge Maintenance/Up 200,447.09$ -$ -$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Walkway-MV to SV Mall -$ -$ -$ 60,000$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd Pedestrian Imp-To 298,277.56$ 18,777$ 18,777$ -$ Sub-total - Road & Streets 636,096.85$ 444,809$ 369,914$ 219,895$ UTILITIES Snowmelt - MBCx Snowmelt Implemntation Design -$ 14,292$ 14,292$ -$ Utilities - Upper Town Hall Entry & Lights -$ 7,000$ 7,000$ -$ Snowmelt - Snowmelt Lot 2 Boiler Replacement Project 208,780.94$ 1,224,183$ 1,224,183$ -$ Snowmelt - Snowmelt Parcel C Boiler Replacement Proje 301,195.80$ 1,691,286$ 1,691,286$ -$ Snowmelt - Snowmelt Base Village Boiler Replacement P -$ -$ -$ 30,000$ Snowmelt - Snowmelt TOV Boiler Replacement Project -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ Utilities - Solar Renewables Project -$ 896,886$ 672,000$ 224,886$ Utilities - Micro Hydro Renewables Project -$ 96,000$ 72,000$ 24,000$ Snowmelt - Snowmelt BV Controls Project -$ -$ -$ -$ Sub-total - Utilities 509,976.74$ 3,929,647$ 3,680,761$ 328,886$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 288 of 434 280 Capital Improvement Projects Fund Budget Summary –Detail (cont’d) 76 2018 2019 2019 2020 Actual Budget Projected Budget STRATEGIC PLANNING Planning & Consult - Community Plan 23,901.49$ 5,533$ 5,533$ -$ Planning & Consult - Entryway (Phase III) Planning Project -$ 30,000$ 30,000$ -$ Sub-total - Strategic Planning 23,901.49$ 35,533$ 35,533$ -$ STORM WATER & DRAINAGE Storm Water and Drainage - Stormwater Management Pla 2,478.75$ 32,521$ -$ 32,521$ Sub-total - Storm Water & Drainage 2,478.75$ 32,521$ -$ 32,521$ COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY Comm & Tech - Parking Lot Licensing System -$ -$ -$ -$ Comm & Tech - Network Cabling Enhancements -$ -$ -$ -$ Comm & Tech - Council Chambers/Mtg Room AV -$ -$ -$ -$ Comm & Tech - Municipal Fiber Network or Wireless Mes -$ 25,000$ -$ 25,000$ Comm & Tech - 800 Mhz Radio System 9,931.08$ 10,000$ 10,000$ -$ Sub-total - Communications & Technology 9,931.08$ 35,000$ 10,000$ 25,000$ HOUSING Housing Projects - Brush Creek & Palisades Bldg Renovatio 14,771.58$ -$ -$ -$ Housing Projects - Daly Lane Townhomes Retaining Wall -$ -$ -$ 200,000$ Housing Projects - Housing Land Opportunities -$ 50,000$ 25,000$ 225,000$ Housing Projects - MVI-Renovation Design -$ -$ -$ 200,000$ Housing Projects - Carriageway Housing -$ 800,000$ 800,000$ -$ Housing Projects - Coffey Place 101,828.10$ 3,194,531$ 2,600,000$ 2,094,531$ Sub-total - Housing 116,599.68$ 4,044,531$ 3,425,000$ 2,719,531$ OTHER CIP Solid Waste - Solid Waste Management Plan -$ 20,000$ 20,000$ -$ Solid Waste - Town Hall Trash/Recycle Dumpster Shed -$ 36,500$ -$ 36,500$ Snowmass Tourism - Product Enhancements 23,700.00$ 400,000$ 45,000$ 400,000$ Sub-total - Other CIP 23,700.00$ 456,500$ 65,000$ 436,500$ Total Expenditures 1,429,854.71$ 10,077,513$ 8,209,798$ 5,057,715$ NET REV/EXP -1,274,645.29$ (4,700,586)$ (2,805,871)$ (857,715)$ Beginning Carryover 4,171,235.93$ 5,445,881$ 5,445,881$ 2,640,010$ Revenues 2,704,500.00$ 5,376,927$ 5,403,927$ 4,200,000$ Expenditures 1,429,854.71$ 10,077,513$ 8,209,798$ 5,057,715$ Ending Balance 5,445,881.22$ 745,295$ 2,640,010$ 1,782,295$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 289 of 434 281 Capital Improvement Projects Fund Budget Summary 77 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Actual Actual Actual PROJECTED Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Budget Budget Budget Budget Budget FUTURE TOTAL REVENUES Transfers In-General Fund 948,200.00$ 892,800$ 696,500$ 1,535,685$ 500,000$ 500,000$ 500,000$ 500,000$ 500,000$ Transfers In-General Fund-Holy Cross Enhancement -$ -$ -$ 992,886$ Transfers In-RETT Fund 264,115.00$ 167,500$ 824,100$ 1,248,356$ 420,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Transfers In-Road Fund -$ 533,900$ 80,000$ Transfers In-Excise Tax Fund 2,350,000.00$ 400,000$ -$ 450,000$ 400,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Transfers In-Marketing Fund 187,500.00$ 100,000$ 100,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ Transfers In-Group Sales Fund 187,500.00$ 100,000$ 100,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ 200,000$ Transfers In-REOP Fund 115,000.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Transfers In-Housing Fund 850,000.00$ 800,000$ 450,000$ -$ 1,700,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Transfers In-Mountain View Fund -$ 1,650,000$ -$ 400,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ EOTC -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ 600,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Contributions -$ -$ -$ 177,000$ 50,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Grants -$ -$ -$ 150,000$ 50,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total Revenues 4,902,315.00$ 4,110,300$ 2,704,500$ 5,403,927$ 4,200,000$ 900,000$ 900,000$ 900,000$ 900,000$ -$ -$ EXPENDITURES FACILITIES Gen'l Gov't-Marketing Reconfiguration Imprvments 2,516.25$ -$ 487.78$ -$ 71,996$ Gen'l Gov't-Town Hall/Rec Cntr/PW Facility MBCx Imprvmnts 50,000$ Transp/Fleet-Town Park Station Concrete Prjct 69.05$ 15,483.75$ -$ 2,061$ 103,386$ Transp/Fleet-Parcel C Restroom Rpr & Remodel 76,492.48$ -$ Transp/Fleet-Meadow Ranch Bus Stop Project -$ 6,410.75$ 10,881.75$ 242,000$ Cultural and Rec-Town Park Station 100,000$ Transp/Fleet-RFTA Depot -$ 50,000$ 600,000$ Transp/Fleet-Daly Lane Depot Roof -$ -$ -$ 50,000$ Cultural and Rec-Rec Ctr-Pool Rehabilitation 17,142.22$ -$ 175,000$ FACILITIES SUB-TOTAL 79,077.78$ 21,894.50$ 28,511.75$ 344,061.00$ 1,100,382.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 290 of 434 282 Capital Improvement Projects Fund Budget Summary (cont’d) 78 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Actual Actual Actual PROJECTED Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Budget Budget Budget Budget Budget FUTURE TOTAL 2020 - 2024 Town Hall / Rec Center / PW Facility MBCx Improvements -$ -$ 250,000$ 250,000$ Public Works Facility Storage -$ -$ 150,000$ 150,000$ Bus Stop Improvement Program -$ 25,000$ 25,000$ Cultural and Rec-Rec Center Locker Room Expansion -$ 25,000$ 25,000$ Mall - RFTA Depot- -$ -$ 10,000,000$ -$ 10,000,000$ Daly Lane- Depot Roof -$ -$ Concession Stand Upgrade -$ -$ 10,000$ 175,000$ -$ 185,000$ Lap Pool Expansion -$ 100,000$ 100,000$ Recreation Pool Refurbishment -$ -$ -$ -$ Pool Shade Structure -$ 25,000$ 25,000$ Town Park -$ 1,000,000$ 1,000,000$ Recreation Center Fence Expansion -$ -$ 30,000$ 30,000$ Recreation Center Locker Room Expansion -$ -$ -$ 150,000$ 150,000$ Water Slide - Replace slide and add additional slide -$ -$ -$ 85,000$ 85,000$ Town Park Station 600,000$ 600,000$ Total - Facilities -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 1,425,000$ 10,135,000$ 440,000$ -$ 625,000$ 12,625,000$ LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS Parks and Trails- Softball Field Redesign and Improvements -$ 3,573.40$ Parks and Trails- Ice Rink Relocation 14,872.87$ 25,000$ Parks and Trails - Skate Park Repairs 10,650.00$ Parks and Trails- Fishing Pond-Outlet Structure Improvements 10,369.00$ -$ Parks and Trails- Bike Skills Trail 45,000$ Parks and Trails- Ice Rink Equipment 30,000.00$ Parks and Trails - Hard Surface Trail Improvements 20,586.55$ 154,500.80$ -$ 158,112$ 150,000$ Parks and Trails - Soft Surface Trail Improvements 25,000$ Parks and Trails - Convert Sleigh & Ditch Trails to ADA Certified -$ Parks and Trails- Twn Prk Station Pond-Outlet Structure Imprvmnts -$ 8,278.00$ 53,135.50$ 71,417$ Land & Land Improvements SUB-TOTAL 30,955.55$ 196,352.20$ 78,658.37$ 279,529.00$ 195,000.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2020 - 2024 Bike Skills Trail -$ -$ 175,000$ 175,000$ Daly Townhome Retaining Wall -$ -$ Campground 50,000$ 50,000$ Convert Sleigh and Ditch Trails to ADA certified -$ -$ Hard Surface Trail Improvements -$ -$ 150,000$ 150,000$ 150,000$ 150,000$ 600,000$ Soft Surface Trails -$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 25,000$ 100,000$ Observatory -$ Repair Retaining Wall and Railing at Cathy Robinson Restrooms -$ 75,000$ 75,000$ Softball field redesign 75,000$ -$ -$ 75,000$ Town Park - Utilities Upgrades 45,000$ -$ -$ 45,000$ Total - Land & Land Improvments 30,955.55$ 196,352.20$ 78,658.37$ 279,529$ 195,000.00$ 175,000.00$ 295,000.00$ 175,000.00$ 250,000.00$ 225,000.00$ 1,120,000.00$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 291 of 434 283 Capital Improvement Projects Fund Budget Summary (cont’d) 79 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Actual Actual Actual PROJECTED Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Budget Budget Budget Budget Budget FUTURE TOTAL ROADS AND STREETS Streetscape - Guardrail Replacement Program -$ 25,000$ Streetscape - Retaining Wall Replacement Program 85,000$ 75,000$ Street Improvements - Bridge Program -$ Streetscape - Median Improvements 5,105.25$ -$ -$ -$ 34,895$ Street Improvements - Brush Creek/Owl Creek Rd Intersection Imp 137,372.20$ 197,627$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Fairway 3 Bike Path 212.00$ 127,204.16$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Hard Surface Trails -$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd Crossing Imp -$ -$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd to Bru Crk Lane -$ 50,000$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Walkway-MV to SV Mall -$ 60,000$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd Pedestrian Imp-Sinclair Road -$ -$ -$ 43,510$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Woodbridge Maintenance/Upgrades 200,447.09$ -$ Multi-Modal/Alt Mobility - Bru Crk Rd Pedestrian Imp-Town Park -$ 37,292.75$ 298,277.56$ 18,777$ Roads and Streets SUB-TOTAL 5,317.25$ 164,496.91$ 636,096.85$ 369,914.00$ 219,895.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2020 - 2024 Guardrail Replacement Program -$ -$ -$ Retaining Wall Replacement Program -$ -$ -$ Street Light Placement Program -$ Bridge Program -$ -$ 40,000$ 40,000$ Brush Creek / Owl Creek Road Intersection Improvements -$ -$ 7,000,000$ 7,000,000$ Bruch Creek Road to Brush Creek Lane -$ -$ -$ -$ CCP - Pedestrian Improvements - Faraway Road -$ -$ 245,000$ 245,000$ CCP - Pedestrian Improvements - Owl Creek Road 715,000$ 715,000$ CCP - Pedestrian Improvements - Sinclair Road -$ 350,000$ 350,000$ CCP - Pedestrian Improvements - Town Park Station -$ CCP - Walkway - Brush Creek Road from Upper Kearns to Mountain View 60,000$ 1,000,000$ -$ 1,060,000$ CCP - Walkway - Connection from Faraway to Owl Creek Road -$ -$ 396,905$ 396,905$ CCP - Walkway - Connection from Town Park Station to Brush Creek Underpass 45,388$ 45,388$ CCP - Walkway - Faraway Road to Upper Kearns Road 60,000$ 600,000$ -$ 660,000$ CCP - Walkway - Highline Road 854,303$ 854,303$ CCP - Walkway - Mountain View to SV Mall -$ 600,000$ -$ 600,000$ CCP - Walkway - SV Mall to Divide Road 328,050$ 328,050$ CCP - Walkway - SV Mall to Tom Blake Trail 120,785$ 120,785$ CCP - Walkway - Underneath Sky Cab Gondola 75,330$ 75,330$ Owl Creek Road Pedestrian Way -$ -$ Pedestrian Bridge across Brush Creek Road Design -$ 30,000$ 30,000$ Total - Road & Streets 5,317.25$ 164,496.91$ 636,096.85$ 369,914.00$ 219,895.00$ 660,000.00$ -$ 600,000.00$ -$ 3,200,761.00$ -$ 12,520,761.00$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 292 of 434 284 Capital Improvement Projects Fund Budget Summary (cont’d) 80 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Actual Actual Actual PROJECTED Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Budget Budget Budget Budget Budget FUTURE TOTAL UTILITIES Utilities - MBCx Snowmelt Implemntation Design 42,376.00$ 58,332.00$ -$ 14,292$ Utilities - Upper Town Hall Entry and Lights -$ 7,000$ Utilities - Snowmelt Lot 2 Boiler Replacement Project 208,780.94$ 1,224,183$ Utilities - Snommelt Parcel C Boiler Replacement Project 301,195.80$ 1,691,286$ Utilities - Snowmelt Base Village Boiler Replacement Project 30,000$ Utilities - Snommelt TOV Boiler Replacement Project 50,000$ Utilities - Solar Renewables Project 672,000$ 224,886$ Utilities - Micro Hydro Renewables Project 72,000$ 24,000$ Snowmelt - Snowmelt BV Controls Project -$ 42,800.00$ Utilities SUB-TOTAL 42,376.00$ 101,132.00$ 509,976.74$ 3,680,761.00$ 328,886.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2020 - 2024 Recreation Center Snowmelt Front Walkway -$ 60,000$ 60,000$ Snowmelt Base Village Boiler Replacement Project -$ -$ 500,000$ 500,000$ Snowmelt TOV Boiler Replacement Project -$ -$ 500,000$ 500,000$ Total - Utilities 42,376.00$ 101,132.00$ 509,976.74$ 3,680,761$ 328,886.00$ 1,000,000.00$ -$ -$ -$ 60,000.00$ 1,060,000.00$ STRATEGIC PLANNING Planning & Consult - Community Plan 24,687.26$ 145,879.45$ 23,901.49$ 5,533$ Planning & Consult - Entryway (Phase III) Planning Project -$ -$ -$ 30,000$ Strategic Pllaning SUB-TOTAL 24,687.26$ 145,879.45$ 23,901.49$ 35,533.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2020 - 2024 West Village Master Plan Update and Survey 50,000$ 50,000$ Total - Strategic Planning 24,687.26$ 145,879.45$ 23,901.49$ 35,533$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 50,000.00$ 50,000.00$ Special Events -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ STORM WATER & DRAINAGE Storm Water and Drainage - Stormwater Management Plan 2,478.75$ -$ 32,521$ Strategic Pllaning SUB-TOTAL -$ -$ 2,478.75$ -$ 32,521.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2020 - 2024 -$ Total - Storm Water & Drainage -$ -$ 2,479$ -$ 32,521$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY Comm & Tech - Parking Lot Licensing System 147,319.77$ -$ Comm & Tech - Council Chambers/Mtg Room AV 19,864.63$ 44,858.85$ Comm & Tech - Municipal Fiber Network or Wireless Mesh -$ -$ -$ -$ 25,000$ Comm & Tech - 800 Mhz Radio System -$ 487,865.02$ 9,931.08$ 10,000$ Communication and Technology SUB-TOTAL 181,148.93$ 557,044.05$ 9,931.08$ 10,000$ 25,000.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2020 - 2024 Municipal Fiber Network or Wireless Mesh -$ -$ 1,000,000$ 1,000,000$ VOIP Telephone System 120,000$ 120,000$ Total - Communications & Technology 181,148.93$ 557,044.05$ 9,931.08$ 10,000$ 25,000.00$ 1,000,000.00$ -$ -$ -$ 120,000.00$ 1,120,000.00$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 293 of 434 285 Capital Improvement Projects Fund Budget Summary (cont’d) 81 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Actual Actual Actual PROJECTED Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Budget Budget Budget Budget Budget FUTURE TOTAL HOUSING Housing Projects - Brush Creek & Palisades Bldg Renovations 2,973,715.13$ 103,841.04$ 14,771.58$ Housing Projects - Daly Lane Townhomes Retaining Wall 200,000$ Housing Projects - Housing Land Opportunities 25,000$ 225,000$ Housing Projects - MVI Renovation Design 200,000$ Housing Projects - Carriageway 800,000$ Housing Projects - Coffey Place -$ 3,640.80$ 101,828.10$ 2,600,000$ 2,094,531$ Housing SUB-TOTAL 2,973,715.13$ 107,481.84$ 116,599.68$ 3,425,000.00$ 2,719,531.00$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2020 - 2024 Mountain View I-Renovation Design -$ Mountain View I - Exterior Renovations 1,600,000$ 1,600,000$ -$ -$ 3,200,000$ Mountain View I - Interior Renovations -$ 1,400,000$ -$ 1,400,000$ Mountain View II - Exterior Renovations 1,800,000$ Mountain View II - Interior Renovations 1,200,000$ Housing Land Opportunities -$ -$ -$ Villas North - Exterior Renovations 120,000$ 1,200,000$ -$ 1,320,000$ Total - Housing 2,973,715.13$ 107,481.84$ 116,599.68$ 3,425,000$ 2,719,531$ 1,520,000$ 2,800,000$ 1,600,000$ -$ -$ 8,920,000$ OTHER CIP Solid Waste - Solid Waste Management Plan -$ -$ -$ 20,000$ Solid Waste - Town Hall Trash/Recycle Dumpster Shed -$ -$ 36,500$ Shop - Gas Hose Compliance -$ -$ Snowmass Tourism - Product Enhancements 85,246.86$ 124,573.36$ 23,700.00$ 45,000$ 400,000$ Other CIP SUB-TOTAL 85,246.86$ 124,573.36$ 23,700.00$ 65,000.00$ 436,500$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 2020 - 2024 Raw Water Rights Study and Improvements Plan 60,000$ 60,000$ Marketing Product Enhancements -$ -$ 400,000$ 400,000$ 400,000$ 400,000$ 1,600,000$ Sub-total - Other CIP 85,246.86$ 124,573.36$ 23,700.00$ 65,000$ 436,500$ 400,000$ 400,000$ 400,000$ 400,000$ 60,000$ 1,660,000$ Total Expenditures 3,422,524.76$ 1,418,854.31$ 1,429,854.71$ 8,209,798$ 5,057,715$ 6,180,000$ 13,630,000$ 3,215,000$ 650,000$ 4,340,761$ 39,075,761$ NET REV/EXP -1,479,790.24$ 2,691,445.69$ 1,274,645.29$ (2,805,871)$ (857,715)$ (5,280,000)$ (12,730,000)$ (2,315,000)$ 250,000$ (4,340,761)$ (39,075,761)$ 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 294 of 434 286 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund REVENUE Taxes 401001-01 Property Taxes - Current Taxes 374,159.00 374,159.00 374,101.00 401001-02 Property Taxes - Delinquent Taxes 150.00 150.00 150.00 401001-03 Property Taxes - Transportation Taxes .00 .00 .00 401001-04 Property Taxes - Droste Taxes .00 .00 .00 401001-06 Property Taxes - Aspen School District 510,000.00 510,000.00 510,000.00 401002-01 Specific Ownership - General 145,508.00 145,508.00 108,162.00 401003 Sales Taxes .00 .00 500,000.00 401003-01 Sales Taxes - County 3,752,562.00 4,086,429.00 4,086,429.00 401003-02 Sales Taxes - Town 2,067,667.00 2,304,710.00 2,304,710.00 401004 Franchise Occupation Tax .00 .00 .00 401004-01 Franchise Occupation Tax - Centrylink 14,000.00 14,000.00 14,000.00 401004-02 Franchise Occupation Tax - Comcast 158,176.00 158,176.00 161,340.00 401004-03 Franchise Occupation Tax - Holy Cross 271,828.00 271,828.00 277,265.00 401004-04 Franchise Occupation Tax - Black Hill Energy 179,375.00 179,375.00 182,963.00 Taxes Totals $7,473,425.00 $8,044,335.00 $8,519,120.00 Intergovernmental Revenue 402001 Cigarette Tax 14,850.00 14,850.00 14,702.00 402002 Additional MVSO 12,174.00 12,174.00 9,036.00 402003 Highway Users 129,511.00 129,511.00 130,281.00 402004 County Road and Bridge 41,694.00 41,694.00 41,694.00 402005-01 Grants - State Grant DUI Enforcement 20,000.00 15,000.00 12,000.00 402005-02 Grants - Vale Grant .00 .00 .00 402005-03 Grants - FTA-5311 Rural Admin & Operating Grant 270,171.00 270,171.00 297,188.00 402005-04 Grants - FTA/State Grants .00 .00 .00 402005-05 Grants - Tigger Grant .00 .00 .00 402005-06 Grants - FTA/State Grants .00 .00 .00 402005-07 Grants - CORE .00 .00 .00 402005-08 Grants - Electrical Charging Station .00 .00 .00 402005-09 Grants- Police Training 26,000.00 33,750.00 90,000.00 402005-10 Grants- Police Equipment 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 402007 RTA Service Contract 522,851.00 522,851.00 525,780.00 402008 Recycling Credit Pitco 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:45 AM Page 1 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 295 of 434 287 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund REVENUE Intergovernmental Revenue Intergovernmental Revenue Totals $1,062,251.00 $1,065,001.00 $1,145,681.00 Licenses & Permits 403001 Liquor License 10,750.00 10,300.00 11,325.00 403002 Business Sales Tax License 71,567.00 114,902.00 116,265.00 403003 Building Contractor License 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 403010 Building Permits 275,000.00 295,244.00 275,000.00 403010-01 Building Permits - Base Village .00 .00 150,000.00 403011 Electrical Permits 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 403011-01 Electrical Permits - Base Village .00 .00 15,000.00 403020 Animal Tag 550.00 550.00 550.00 403021 Alarm Permit 21,000.00 21,000.00 21,000.00 403030 Road Cut Permit Fees 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 Licenses & Permits Totals $410,867.00 $473,996.00 $621,140.00 Charges for Service 404001 Security Services Perform 12,000.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 404010 Planning Dept Fees 141,075.00 89,634.00 152,930.00 404011 Building Plan Check Fees 175,000.00 186,293.00 175,000.00 404011-01 Building Plan Check Fees - Base Village .00 .00 90,000.00 404012 Energy Fees 5,000.00 3,000.00 5,000.00 404020 Transportation Parking Fee 453,975.00 497,935.00 497,935.00 404021 Special Bus Runs 1,200.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 404030 Public Works Miscellaneous 8,000.00 8,000.00 8,000.00 404040-01 Trash Fees - Misc Solid Waste 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 404040-02 Trash Fees - Homeowner 356,770.00 359,698.00 359,698.00 404040-03 Trash Fees - Rear Load 536,309.00 560,003.00 560,003.00 404040-04 Trash Fees - Curbside 95,942.00 99,102.00 99,102.00 404040-05 Trash Fees - Roll Off 201,154.00 220,375.00 220,375.00 404040-06 Trash Fees - Solid Waste Fuel Surcharge .00 .00 .00 404050 Recreation Fees 90,000.00 85,000.00 95,000.00 404051 Recreation Center Memberships 690,000.00 725,000.00 725,000.00 404052 Recreation Center Personal Trainers 55,000.00 55,000.00 55,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:46 AM Page 2 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 296 of 434 288 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund REVENUE Charges for Service 404060 Administration Fee 31,127.00 31,127.00 32,683.00 404061 Attorney Fees 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 404062 Marketing Special Events .00 .00 .00 404063 External Billable Labor .00 .00 .00 404063-01 External Billable Labor - Facility Management 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 404063-02 External Billable Labor - Shop 17,000.00 10,000.00 17,000.00 404071 Special Events Revenue 150,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 Charges for Service Totals $3,094,552.00 $3,168,167.00 $3,330,726.00 Fines & Forfeits 405001 Moving Violations 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 405002 Parking Violations 46,000.00 65,000.00 50,000.00 405003 Zoning Violations .00 .00 .00 405004 Animal Fines 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 405005 Court Fines 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 405006 Criminal Violations 1,300.00 1,300.00 1,300.00 405007 Court Fees 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 Fines & Forfeits Totals $54,300.00 $73,300.00 $58,300.00 Contributions 406001 Ski Corp Contributions 1,315,597.00 1,679,825.00 1,552,776.00 406002 Animal Control Adoptions .00 .00 .00 406003 Holy Cross Community Enhancement 102,116.00 102,116.00 105,179.00 406004 Cougar Canyon .00 .00 .00 406005 Housing Mitigation .00 .00 .00 406006 Annexation Fees .00 .00 .00 406007 Contributions - Community Purpose .00 .00 .00 406009 PEG Fees 11,400.00 1,900.00 11,400.00 Contributions Totals $1,429,113.00 $1,783,841.00 $1,669,355.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 294,000.00 376,697.00 352,706.00 407002 Penalty & Interest 250.00 250.00 250.00 407003 Miscellaneous Income 72,985.00 87,234.00 77,947.00 407004 Insurance Recovery .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:46 AM Page 3 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 297 of 434 289 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund REVENUE Miscellaneous 407005 Misc Police Revenue 4,400.00 4,400.00 4,400.00 407006 Transmitter Site Fees 45,462.00 45,462.00 45,462.00 407007-01 Employee Housing - Rent Public Works 11,160.00 11,160.00 11,520.00 407007-02 Employee Housing - Reserve Public Works 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 407007-03 Employee Housing - Country Club Townhome 24,000.00 24,000.00 24,240.00 407008 Accounts Payable Write Offs .00 .00 .00 407009 Rett Processing Fee 2,550.00 2,550.00 2,775.00 407010 Dealio Sales .00 .00 .00 407011 Recreation Center Concessions 22,667.00 22,667.00 22,667.00 407012 Rent Town Hall 111,486.00 111,486.00 113,177.00 407013 Over Weight Vehicle Charge 3,000.00 3,000.00 2,500.00 407014 Banner Charge 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 407015 Recreation Rental Fees 16,000.00 16,000.00 16,000.00 407016 AEU New Registrations .00 .00 .00 407017-01 False Alarms - Burglary Fee .00 .00 .00 407017-02 False Alarms - Fire Fee .00 .00 .00 407018 Miscellaneous Parks and Rec Income .00 .00 .00 Miscellaneous Totals $614,160.00 $711,106.00 $679,844.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408005 Transfer In Lottery 23,000.00 23,000.00 23,000.00 408006 Transfer In RETT 1,847,485.00 1,834,660.00 1,921,430.00 408007 Transfer In Road 1,856,803.00 1,914,938.00 1,982,652.00 408009 Transfer in Marketing .00 .00 15,750.00 408010 Transfer In Group Sales .00 .00 15,750.00 408060 Transfer In Housing .00 .00 .00 408090 Transfer In GID .00 .00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $3,727,288.00 $3,772,598.00 $3,958,582.00 Sale of Assets 410001-01 General Assets - Police .00 .00 .00 410001-02 General Assets - Town Clerk .00 .00 .00 410001-03 General Assets - Town Council .00 .00 .00 Sale of Assets Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:46 AM Page 4 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 298 of 434 290 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund REVENUE Other Financing Sources 413001 Proceeds From Bond Issue .00 .00 .00 413001-01 Proceeds from COP .00 .00 .00 413001-03 Issuance-Premium .00 .00 .00 Other Financing Sources Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 REVENUE TOTALS $17,865,956.00 $19,092,344.00 $19,982,748.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:46 AM Page 5 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 299 of 434 291 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 01 - Town Council Division 00 - - Program 101 - Attorney Fees Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 167,054.00 167,054.00 173,737.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,164.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 13,364.00 13,364.00 15,636.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 2,422.00 2,422.00 2,519.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 57,817.00 57,817.00 59,169.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 361.00 361.00 367.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 199.00 199.00 189.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,087.00 1,087.00 1,076.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 17.00 17.00 10.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,420.00 1,420.00 1,407.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 501.00 501.00 521.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 167.00 167.00 161.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $252,539.00 $252,539.00 $262,956.00 Purchased Services 502001 Legal Fees Special Counsel 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001 Advertising .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 325.00 325.00 325.00 503003 Miscellaneous 250.00 250.00 250.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $575.00 $575.00 $575.00 Capital 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:46 AM Page 6 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 300 of 434 292 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 01 - Town Council Division 00 - - Program 101 - Attorney Fees Capital 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 101 - Attorney Fees Totals $268,114.00 $268,114.00 $278,531.00 Program 102 - Town Council Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 91,200.00 91,200.00 94,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 1,322.00 1,322.00 1,363.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 5,654.00 5,654.00 5,828.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 9.00 9.00 9.00 501004 Training/ Registrations 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $104,185.00 $104,185.00 $107,200.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 80,300.00 80,300.00 80,300.00 502003-16 Contract Service - Wildlife Mitigation .00 .00 15,000.00 502004 Telephone 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 502011-01 Town Functions - Boards and Commissions Support 8,300.00 8,300.00 8,300.00 Purchased Services Totals $89,600.00 $89,600.00 $104,600.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001 Advertising .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 39,312.00 39,312.00 39,118.00 503003 Miscellaneous 2,250.00 2,250.00 4,350.00 503012 Public Relations 100.00 100.00 100.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $41,662.00 $41,662.00 $43,568.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:47 AM Page 7 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 301 of 434 293 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 01 - Town Council Division 00 - - Program 102 - Town Council Donations & Grants 504001-01 Donations - General .00 .00 .00 Donations & Grants Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Capital 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-06 Cash Purchases - Land Improvements .00 .00 .00 507001-07 Cash Purchases - Buildings .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 102 - Town Council Totals $235,447.00 $235,447.00 $255,368.00 Division 00 - - Totals $503,561.00 $503,561.00 $533,899.00 Department 01 - Town Council Totals $503,561.00 $503,561.00 $533,899.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:47 AM Page 8 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 302 of 434 294 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 02 - Town Manager Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 166,363.00 166,363.00 173,024.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,164.00 501003-03 Payroll Benefits - Car Allowance 4,200.00 4,200.00 4,200.00 501003-04 Payroll Benefits - Housing Allowance .00 .00 .00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 19,964.00 19,964.00 20,763.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 2,412.00 2,412.00 2,509.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 57,817.00 57,817.00 59,169.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 361.00 361.00 367.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 199.00 199.00 189.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,082.00 1,082.00 1,071.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 17.00 17.00 10.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,414.00 1,414.00 1,401.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 499.00 499.00 519.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 166.00 166.00 161.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 4,124.00 4,124.00 4,124.00 Personnel Services Totals $261,748.00 $261,748.00 $270,671.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant .00 .00 .00 502002-01 Consultant - Employee Training .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 502004 Telephone 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 502005 Employee Relations 2,350.00 2,350.00 2,350.00 Purchased Services Totals $3,550.00 $3,550.00 $3,550.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:47 AM Page 9 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 303 of 434 295 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 02 - Town Manager Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 503003 Miscellaneous 600.00 600.00 600.00 503004 Printing .00 .00 .00 503005-01 Supplies - Office .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $2,600.00 $2,600.00 $2,600.00 Capital 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-06 Cash Purchases - Land Improvements .00 .00 .00 507001-07 Cash Purchases - Buildings .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $267,898.00 $267,898.00 $276,821.00 Program 104 - Advisory Boards Operating & Maintenance 503011-01 Board Expenses - SAAB .00 .00 .00 503011-02 Board Expenses - PTRAB .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 104 - Advisory Boards Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Division 00 - - Totals $267,898.00 $267,898.00 $276,821.00 Division 10 - Assistant Town Manager Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501001 Payroll .00 .00 .00 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 66,342.00 66,342.00 68,846.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 2,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:47 AM Page 10 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 304 of 434 296 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 02 - Town Manager Division 10 - Assistant Town Manager Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,164.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 5,307.00 5,307.00 6,196.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 962.00 962.00 1,027.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 19,878.00 19,878.00 20,354.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 361.00 361.00 367.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 198.00 198.00 189.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 431.00 431.00 426.00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life .00 .00 10.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 564.00 564.00 558.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 199.00 199.00 213.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 66.00 66.00 66.00 501004 Training/ Registrations .00 .00 .00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $95,438.00 $95,438.00 $101,416.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 502004 Telephone 500.00 500.00 500.00 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 502006-03 Building Maintenance - Lawn Care 6,500.00 6,500.00 6,500.00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 8,050.00 8,050.00 8,050.00 502009-01 Mailing - Postage 12,000.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 502013-03 Leased Equipment - Postage 4,172.00 4,172.00 4,172.00 Purchased Services Totals $45,222.00 $45,222.00 $45,222.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 165.00 165.00 165.00 503003 Miscellaneous 11,475.00 11,475.00 11,475.00 503004 Printing 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:48 AM Page 11 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 305 of 434 297 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 02 - Town Manager Division 10 - Assistant Town Manager Program 103 - Administration Operating & Maintenance 503005-01 Supplies - Office 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 503007-03 Building Lease Payments - COP-Principal 465,000.00 465,000.00 480,000.00 503007-04 Building Lease Payments - COP-Interest 165,750.00 165,750.00 151,800.00 503007-05 Building Lease Payments - Miscellaneous 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 503008 Insurance .00 .00 .00 503008-01 Insurance - Building 72,041.00 72,041.00 79,245.00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 485.00 485.00 685.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 10,474.00 10,474.00 10,474.00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 7,669.00 7,669.00 7,669.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 7,500.00 7,500.00 7,500.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (7,500.00)(7,500.00)(7,500.00) Operating & Maintenance Totals $746,059.00 $746,059.00 $754,513.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $886,719.00 $886,719.00 $901,151.00 Program 105 - Community Relations Personnel Services 501001 Payroll .00 .00 .00 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 86,476.00 86,476.00 97,530.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,164.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 6,918.00 6,918.00 8,778.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 1,254.00 1,254.00 1,414.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 19,878.00 19,878.00 20,354.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 361.00 361.00 367.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 199.00 199.00 189.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 576.00 576.00 604.00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life .00 .00 10.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 752.00 752.00 790.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:48 AM Page 12 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 306 of 434 298 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 02 - Town Manager Division 10 - Assistant Town Manager Program 105 - Community Relations Personnel Services 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 259.00 259.00 293.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 86.00 86.00 91.00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,080.00 1,080.00 1,080.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 3,500.00 3,500.00 3,660.00 Personnel Services Totals $122,469.00 $122,469.00 $136,324.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 17,450.00 17,450.00 10,050.00 502004 Telephone 720.00 720.00 1,200.00 Purchased Services Totals $18,170.00 $18,170.00 $11,250.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-03 Advertising - Print 18,150.00 18,150.00 27,740.00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 1,150.00 1,150.00 1,150.00 503003 Miscellaneous 650.00 650.00 650.00 503004 Printing 1,998.00 1,998.00 1,998.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 750.00 750.00 750.00 503012 Public Relations 2,500.00 2,500.00 5,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $25,198.00 $25,198.00 $37,288.00 Program 105 - Community Relations Totals $165,837.00 $165,837.00 $184,862.00 Program 107 - Town Clerk Personnel Services 501001 Payroll .00 .00 .00 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 92,820.00 92,820.00 97,997.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,164.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 7,426.00 7,426.00 8,820.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 1,345.00 1,345.00 1,421.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 33,570.00 33,570.00 52,570.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 361.00 361.00 367.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:48 AM Page 13 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 307 of 434 299 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 02 - Town Manager Division 10 - Assistant Town Manager Program 107 - Town Clerk Personnel Services 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 198.00 198.00 189.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 604.00 604.00 607.00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 17.00 17.00 10.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 789.00 789.00 794.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 278.00 278.00 294.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 93.00 93.00 91.00 501004 Training/ Registrations 2,265.00 2,265.00 2,265.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 3,700.00 3,700.00 3,700.00 Personnel Services Totals $144,596.00 $144,596.00 $170,289.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 3,400.00 3,400.00 3,400.00 502007-04 Maintenance Agreements - Other 1,650.00 1,650.00 1,650.00 502014 Elections 819.00 819.00 2,100.00 Purchased Services Totals $5,869.00 $5,869.00 $7,150.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-01 Advertising - Legal Notices 5,700.00 5,700.00 5,700.00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 2,750.00 2,750.00 2,750.00 503003 Miscellaneous 650.00 650.00 650.00 503004 Printing 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $10,300.00 $10,300.00 $10,300.00 Program 107 - Town Clerk Totals $160,765.00 $160,765.00 $187,739.00 Program 109 - Information Systems Personnel Services 501001 Payroll .00 .00 .00 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 92,162.00 92,162.00 95,833.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,164.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 7,373.00 7,373.00 8,625.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:48 AM Page 14 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 308 of 434 300 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 02 - Town Manager Division 10 - Assistant Town Manager Program 109 - Information Systems Personnel Services 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 1,336.00 1,336.00 1,390.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 19,878.00 19,878.00 20,354.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 361.00 361.00 367.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 199.00 199.00 189.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 599.00 599.00 593.00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life .00 .00 10.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 783.00 783.00 776.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 276.00 276.00 287.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 1,069.00 1,069.00 1,243.00 501004 Training/ Registrations 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 Personnel Services Totals $131,666.00 $131,666.00 $137,331.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 69,000.00 69,000.00 120,388.00 502004 Telephone 24,000.00 24,000.00 20,000.00 502004-01 Telephone- Data 24,000.00 24,000.00 30,360.00 502004-02 Telephone-Cell 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 502004-03 Telephone-Equipment 12,000.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 502004-04 Telephone-Support and Services 7,210.00 7,210.00 7,140.00 502007-02 Maintenance Agreements - Software 106,800.00 106,800.00 .00 502007-03 Maintenance Agreements - Hardware 14,200.00 14,200.00 12,175.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 3,000.00 3,000.00 2,000.00 502019 Software Licensing 45,000.00 45,000.00 151,200.00 Purchased Services Totals $306,410.00 $306,410.00 $356,463.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 1,500.00 1,500.00 2,000.00 503003 Miscellaneous 500.00 500.00 500.00 503005-06 Supplies - Computer 2,000.00 2,000.00 3,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $5,500.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:48 AM Page 15 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 309 of 434 301 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 02 - Town Manager Division 10 - Assistant Town Manager Program 109 - Information Systems Capital 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer 55,000.00 55,000.00 70,000.00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $55,000.00 $55,000.00 $70,000.00 Program 109 - Information Systems Totals $497,076.00 $497,076.00 $569,294.00 Program 114 - Court Personnel Services 501004 Training/ Registrations 50.00 50.00 100.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 200.00 200.00 200.00 Personnel Services Totals $250.00 $250.00 $300.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 100.00 100.00 100.00 503003 Miscellaneous 35.00 35.00 35.00 503004 Printing 70.00 70.00 70.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 100.00 100.00 100.00 503005-05 Supplies - Data Processing 100.00 100.00 100.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $405.00 $405.00 $405.00 Program 114 - Court Totals $15,655.00 $15,655.00 $15,705.00 Division 10 - Assistant Town Manager Totals $1,726,052.00 $1,726,052.00 $1,858,751.00 Department 02 - Town Manager Totals $1,993,950.00 $1,993,950.00 $2,135,572.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:48 AM Page 16 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 310 of 434 302 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 04 - Finance Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 463,268.00 463,268.00 461,936.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 5,650.00 5,650.00 5,820.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 36,131.00 36,131.00 41,574.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 4,717.00 4,717.00 4,717.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 175,186.00 175,186.00 179,067.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,803.00 1,803.00 1,837.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 994.00 994.00 947.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 2,937.00 2,937.00 2,860.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 50.00 50.00 48.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 3,839.00 3,839.00 3,742.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 1,390.00 1,390.00 1,386.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 463.00 463.00 429.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 2,580.00 2,580.00 2,695.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 7,306.00 7,306.00 8,218.00 Personnel Services Totals $706,314.00 $706,314.00 $715,276.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 8,476.00 8,476.00 8,500.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502015 Document Imaging 7,000.00 7,000.00 7,000.00 502017 Audit 34,000.00 34,000.00 34,000.00 502018-01 Collection Fees - General 35,000.00 35,000.00 35,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:49 AM Page 17 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 311 of 434 303 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 04 - Finance Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Purchased Services Purchased Services Totals $84,476.00 $84,476.00 $84,500.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 1,350.00 1,350.00 1,365.00 503003 Miscellaneous 4,035.00 4,035.00 56,435.00 503004 Printing 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 1,334.00 1,334.00 1,334.00 503005-05 Supplies - Data Processing 4,933.00 4,933.00 4,933.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $12,652.00 $12,652.00 $65,067.00 Capital 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $803,442.00 $803,442.00 $864,843.00 Program 108 - Personnel Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 67,552.00 67,552.00 70,246.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,164.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 5,404.00 5,404.00 6,322.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 980.00 980.00 1,019.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 20,218.00 20,218.00 20,693.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 361.00 361.00 367.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 199.00 199.00 189.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 439.00 439.00 435.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life .00 .00 10.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:49 AM Page 18 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 312 of 434 304 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 04 - Finance Division 00 - - Program 108 - Personnel Personnel Services 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 574.00 574.00 569.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 203.00 203.00 211.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 68.00 68.00 65.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,850.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,300.00 Personnel Services Totals $101,628.00 $101,628.00 $106,440.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant 850.00 850.00 850.00 Purchased Services Totals $850.00 $850.00 $850.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 550.00 550.00 550.00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 347.00 347.00 347.00 503005-05 Supplies - Data Processing 900.00 900.00 900.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $1,797.00 $1,797.00 $1,797.00 Capital 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 108 - Personnel Totals $104,275.00 $104,275.00 $109,087.00 Division 00 - - Totals $907,717.00 $907,717.00 $973,930.00 Department 04 - Finance Totals $907,717.00 $907,717.00 $973,930.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:49 AM Page 19 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 313 of 434 305 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 05 - Community Development Division 00 - - Program 110 - Zoning/Long Range Planning Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 367,854.00 367,854.00 384,540.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 500.00 500.00 500.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 4,520.00 4,520.00 4,656.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 29,428.00 29,428.00 34,609.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 5,341.00 5,341.00 5,583.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 130,154.00 130,154.00 120,896.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,442.00 1,442.00 1,470.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 795.00 795.00 757.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 2,463.00 2,463.00 2,381.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 50.00 50.00 38.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 3,154.00 3,154.00 3,115.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 1,105.00 1,105.00 1,155.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 2,213.00 2,213.00 2,578.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 3,275.00 3,275.00 3,300.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 4,800.00 4,800.00 4,800.00 Personnel Services Totals $557,094.00 $557,094.00 $570,378.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 502003 Contract Service 3,900.00 3,900.00 3,900.00 502004 Telephone 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,040.00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 400.00 400.00 240.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:49 AM Page 20 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 314 of 434 306 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 05 - Community Development Division 00 - - Program 110 - Zoning/Long Range Planning Purchased Services 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 3,300.00 3,300.00 3,300.00 502013-04 Leased Equipment - Plotter .00 .00 1,400.00 502015 Document Imaging 150.00 150.00 150.00 502016 Reference Library 75.00 75.00 75.00 Purchased Services Totals $13,825.00 $13,825.00 $15,105.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other .00 .00 500.00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 2,679.00 2,679.00 2,730.00 503003 Miscellaneous 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 503004 Printing 1,000.00 1,000.00 500.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 800.00 800.00 800.00 503005-05 Supplies - Data Processing .00 .00 .00 503011-03 Board Expenses - Planning Commisson 500.00 500.00 500.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $5,979.00 $5,979.00 $6,030.00 Capital 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office 2,500.00 2,500.00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $0.00 Program 110 - Zoning/Long Range Planning Totals $579,398.00 $579,398.00 $591,513.00 Program 111 - Building Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 214,861.00 214,861.00 212,775.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 2,260.00 2,260.00 2,328.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 16,688.00 16,688.00 19,150.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 3,115.00 3,115.00 3,085.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:49 AM Page 21 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 315 of 434 307 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 05 - Community Development Division 00 - - Program 111 - Building Personnel Services 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 39,756.00 39,756.00 40,707.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 721.00 721.00 735.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 398.00 398.00 379.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,357.00 1,357.00 1,318.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life .00 .00 19.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,773.00 1,773.00 1,723.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 645.00 645.00 638.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 2,492.00 2,492.00 2,760.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 2,800.00 2,800.00 1,800.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $289,366.00 $289,366.00 $289,417.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 502003-03 Contract Service - Fire Department .00 .00 .00 502004 Telephone 492.00 492.00 .00 502007-02 Maintenance Agreements - Software 6,500.00 6,500.00 6,500.00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles 250.00 250.00 1,250.00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios .00 .00 .00 502016 Reference Library 2,220.00 2,220.00 2,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $11,462.00 $11,462.00 $11,750.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 1,425.00 1,425.00 1,200.00 503003 Miscellaneous 500.00 500.00 500.00 503004 Printing 500.00 500.00 500.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 1,000.00 1,000.00 500.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:49 AM Page 22 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 316 of 434 308 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 05 - Community Development Division 00 - - Program 111 - Building Operating & Maintenance 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 138.00 138.00 133.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 924.00 924.00 924.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 381.00 381.00 381.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 800.00 800.00 800.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (800.00)(800.00)(800.00) Operating & Maintenance Totals $4,868.00 $4,868.00 $4,138.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 111 - Building Totals $305,696.00 $305,696.00 $305,305.00 Division 00 - - Totals $885,094.00 $885,094.00 $896,818.00 Department 05 - Community Development Totals $885,094.00 $885,094.00 $896,818.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:49 AM Page 23 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 317 of 434 309 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 06 - Public Safety Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 258,371.00 258,371.00 265,476.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 3,390.00 3,390.00 3,492.00 501003-02 Payroll Benefits - Police Recreation Center 700.00 700.00 700.00 501003-05 Payroll Benefits - Police Incentive 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 4,501.00 4,501.00 5,318.00 501003-07 Payroll Benefits - Police Retirement 17,988.00 17,988.00 20,639.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 3,804.00 3,804.00 3,907.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 122,613.00 122,613.00 125,494.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,082.00 1,082.00 1,102.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 597.00 597.00 568.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,666.00 1,666.00 1,644.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 34.00 34.00 29.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 2,177.00 2,177.00 2,150.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 787.00 787.00 808.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 4,001.00 4,001.00 59.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,625.00 1,625.00 1,700.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 5,576.00 5,576.00 5,600.00 Personnel Services Totals $434,112.00 $434,112.00 $443,886.00 Purchased Services 502004 Telephone 9,500.00 9,500.00 9,500.00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 600.00 600.00 600.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 500.00 500.00 500.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:50 AM Page 24 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 318 of 434 310 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 06 - Public Safety Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Purchased Services 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping 300.00 300.00 350.00 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 2,050.00 2,050.00 2,050.00 502015 Document Imaging .00 .00 .00 502020 Communication Services 199,789.00 199,789.00 199,789.00 502021 Professional Services 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $218,739.00 $218,739.00 $218,789.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 503003 Miscellaneous 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 503004 Printing 600.00 600.00 600.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 503005-05 Supplies - Data Processing 250.00 250.00 250.00 503008-03 Insurance - Other 6,888.00 6,888.00 7,577.00 503013 Uniforms 750.00 750.00 1,800.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $11,988.00 $11,988.00 $13,727.00 Donations & Grants 504001-02 TIPS 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,200.00 Donations & Grants Totals $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,200.00 Capital 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other 8,000.00 8,000.00 1,600.00 Capital Totals $8,000.00 $8,000.00 $1,600.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $674,339.00 $674,339.00 $679,202.00 Program 112 - Patrol Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 601,749.00 601,749.00 616,049.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:50 AM Page 25 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 319 of 434 311 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 06 - Public Safety Division 00 - - Program 112 - Patrol Personnel Services 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 85,000.00 85,000.00 85,000.00 501002-04 Payroll Overtime- DUI Contract 20,000.00 15,000.00 20,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 9,040.00 9,040.00 9,312.00 501003-02 Payroll Benefits - Police Recreation Center 2,800.00 2,800.00 2,800.00 501003-05 Payroll Benefits - Police Incentive 7,200.00 8,400.00 9,600.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement .00 .00 .00 501003-07 Payroll Benefits - Police Retirement 53,622.00 53,622.00 61,504.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 10,248.00 10,248.00 10,455.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 241,213.00 241,213.00 247,003.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 2,885.00 2,885.00 2,940.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 1,591.00 1,591.00 1,515.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 3,917.00 3,917.00 3,808.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 50.00 50.00 77.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 5,119.00 5,119.00 4,982.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 2,120.00 2,120.00 2,163.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 13,782.00 13,782.00 17,021.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 8,200.00 8,200.00 8,200.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 5,800.00 5,800.00 7,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $1,074,336.00 $1,070,536.00 $1,109,429.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 502003-07 Contract Service - Roaring Fork Regional 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 502003-13 Contract Service - Grants 21,000.00 34,550.00 90,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:50 AM Page 26 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 320 of 434 312 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 06 - Public Safety Division 00 - - Program 112 - Patrol Purchased Services 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 2,300.00 2,300.00 2,300.00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios .00 .00 .00 502021 Professional Services 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 502022 Lab Work 500.00 500.00 500.00 Purchased Services Totals $32,300.00 $45,850.00 $101,300.00 Operating & Maintenance 503005-07 Supplies - Crime/Animal Education 300.00 300.00 500.00 503005-08 Supplies - Lab 500.00 500.00 500.00 503006 Equipment 4,000.00 4,000.00 5,000.00 503006-01 Equipment-Grants 15,000.00 .00 15,000.00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 1,593.00 1,593.00 1,930.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 26,390.00 26,390.00 26,390.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 10,352.00 10,352.00 10,352.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 8,000.00 8,000.00 8,000.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (8,000.00)(8,000.00)(8,000.00) 503013 Uniforms 3,000.00 3,000.00 7,100.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $64,135.00 $49,135.00 $69,772.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment 3,000.00 3,000.00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 15,000.00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $15,000.00 Program 112 - Patrol Totals $1,173,771.00 $1,168,521.00 $1,295,501.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:50 AM Page 27 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 321 of 434 313 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 06 - Public Safety Division 00 - - Program 113 - Code Enforcement Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 160,788.00 160,788.00 152,303.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 3,390.00 3,390.00 3,492.00 501003-02 Payroll Benefits - Police Recreation Center 700.00 700.00 700.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 10,839.00 10,839.00 11,688.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 2,169.00 2,169.00 2,033.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 1,624.00 1,624.00 1,689.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 58,965.00 58,965.00 80,189.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance 3,603.00 3,603.00 3,742.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement 5,044.00 5,044.00 5,239.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 871.00 871.00 888.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 481.00 481.00 458.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 979.00 979.00 900.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 17.00 17.00 23.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,310.00 1,310.00 1,205.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 512.00 512.00 487.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 1,918.00 1,918.00 1,780.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,500.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,500.00 Personnel Services Totals $266,210.00 $266,210.00 $280,816.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 502003-11 Contract Service - Aspen Animal Shelter 900.00 900.00 900.00 502007-02 Maintenance Agreements - Software 33,420.00 33,420.00 37,930.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 450.00 450.00 450.00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:50 AM Page 28 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 322 of 434 314 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 06 - Public Safety Division 00 - - Program 113 - Code Enforcement Purchased Services 502008-03 Repairs - Radios .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric .00 .00 .00 502021 Professional Services 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 Purchased Services Totals $36,270.00 $36,270.00 $40,780.00 Operating & Maintenance 503004 Printing 500.00 500.00 500.00 503005-07 Supplies - Crime/Animal Education 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,500.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 100.00 100.00 100.00 503005-10 Supplies - Animal Shelter .00 .00 .00 503005-28 Supplies - Parking 9,200.00 9,200.00 12,500.00 503006 Equipment 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,500.00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 99.00 99.00 148.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 4,535.00 4,535.00 4,535.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 2,176.00 2,176.00 2,176.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment 500.00 500.00 500.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (2,500.00)(2,500.00)(2,500.00) 503013 Uniforms 1,550.00 1,550.00 1,550.00 503014 License Tags 100.00 100.00 100.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $20,760.00 $20,760.00 $25,109.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 8,200.00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $8,200.00 Program 113 - Code Enforcement Totals $323,240.00 $323,240.00 $354,905.00 Division 00 - - Totals $2,171,350.00 $2,166,100.00 $2,329,608.00 Department 06 - Public Safety Totals $2,171,350.00 $2,166,100.00 $2,329,608.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:50 AM Page 29 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 323 of 434 315 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 07 - Transportation Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 157,106.00 157,106.00 144,682.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 1,000.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 2,260.00 2,260.00 2,662.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 12,568.00 12,568.00 12,934.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 481.00 481.00 1,944.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 57.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 43,330.00 43,330.00 64,692.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 862.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 721.00 721.00 828.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 398.00 398.00 427.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,013.00 1,013.00 889.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 17.00 17.00 22.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,324.00 1,324.00 1,163.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 474.00 474.00 440.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 3,751.00 3,751.00 3,832.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 2,900.00 2,900.00 3,350.00 Personnel Services Totals $229,343.00 $229,343.00 $242,784.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 350.00 350.00 350.00 502004 Telephone 420.00 420.00 420.00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 1,050.00 1,050.00 1,200.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping 96.00 96.00 96.00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:50 AM Page 30 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 324 of 434 316 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 07 - Transportation Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Purchased Services 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation .00 .00 .00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 1,637.00 1,637.00 1,328.00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502010-05 Utilities - Security .00 .00 .00 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 1,800.00 1,800.00 1,800.00 502021 Professional Services 3,000.00 3,000.00 4,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $8,353.00 $8,353.00 $9,194.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 5,772.00 5,772.00 6,369.00 503003 Miscellaneous 150.00 150.00 150.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 2,200.00 2,200.00 2,200.00 503005-04 Supplies - Coffee 2,305.00 2,305.00 2,169.00 503005-05 Supplies - Data Processing 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 503006 Equipment 500.00 500.00 500.00 503007-01 Building Lease Payments - Rent 43,775.00 43,775.00 47,053.00 503007-02 Building Lease Payments - CAMS 18,480.00 18,480.00 19,364.00 503007-05 Building Lease Payments - Miscellaneous 2,652.00 2,652.00 1,545.00 503013 Uniforms .00 .00 .00 503015 Furniture .00 .00 2,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $77,834.00 $77,834.00 $83,350.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:51 AM Page 31 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 325 of 434 317 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 07 - Transportation Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Capital Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $315,530.00 $315,530.00 $335,328.00 Program 115 - Bus Program Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 1,584,219.00 1,584,219.00 1,649,503.00 501001-03 Payroll - Specials/Billed 11,411.00 11,411.00 .00 501001-04 Payroll - Specials/Donated 21,516.00 21,516.00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 86,913.00 86,913.00 83,559.00 501002-02 Payroll Overtime - Specials Donated .00 .00 .00 501002-03 Payroll Overtime - Specials .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 30,510.00 30,510.00 45,522.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 86,093.00 86,093.00 109,938.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 25,292.00 25,292.00 17,486.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 31,580.00 31,580.00 32,567.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 567,328.00 567,328.00 580,112.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance 119,100.00 119,100.00 48,645.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement 47,956.00 47,956.00 55,220.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 14,284.00 14,284.00 9,338.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 7,876.00 7,876.00 4,812.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 7,431.00 7,431.00 9,090.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 367.00 367.00 248.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 13,570.00 13,570.00 10,765.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 5,047.00 5,047.00 5,198.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 51,954.00 51,954.00 45,266.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 2,342.00 2,342.00 4,542.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:51 AM Page 32 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 326 of 434 318 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 07 - Transportation Division 00 - - Program 115 - Bus Program Personnel Services 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 7,000.00 7,000.00 12,090.00 501006 RFTA Bus Pass Employee 12,396.00 12,396.00 10,620.00 Personnel Services Totals $2,734,185.00 $2,734,185.00 $2,734,521.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 4,199.00 4,199.00 5,760.00 502003-08 Contract Service - Transportation 73,058.00 73,058.00 73,400.00 502004 Telephone 1,680.00 1,680.00 1,680.00 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General 23,350.00 23,350.00 31,450.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles 8,000.00 8,000.00 8,000.00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios 2,750.00 2,750.00 2,750.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation 1,050.00 1,050.00 1,050.00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas 2,155.00 2,155.00 2,155.00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 3,933.00 3,933.00 3,251.00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502010-05 Utilities - Security 397.00 397.00 378.00 502021 Professional Services 11,426.00 11,426.00 22,215.00 Purchased Services Totals $131,998.00 $131,998.00 $152,089.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other 4,383.00 4,383.00 2,300.00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous 4,820.00 4,820.00 3,820.00 503004 Printing 5,330.00 5,330.00 5,830.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office .00 .00 .00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning 50.00 50.00 50.00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:51 AM Page 33 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 327 of 434 319 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 07 - Transportation Division 00 - - Program 115 - Bus Program Operating & Maintenance 503006 Equipment 1,524.00 1,524.00 1,124.00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 30,169.00 30,169.00 33,185.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 243,207.00 243,207.00 243,207.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 118,203.00 118,203.00 118,203.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment 3,513.00 3,513.00 3,300.00 503009-05 Vehicle Expenses - Repairs Labor .00 .00 .00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 150,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (150,000.00)(150,000.00)(150,000.00) 503013 Uniforms 5,200.00 5,200.00 6,500.00 503016 Signs 4,250.00 4,250.00 4,250.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $420,649.00 $420,649.00 $421,769.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 115 - Bus Program Totals $3,286,832.00 $3,286,832.00 $3,308,379.00 Program 116 - Parking Program Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 77,040.00 77,040.00 87,156.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,833.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 4,018.00 4,018.00 7,232.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 833.00 833.00 1,088.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:51 AM Page 34 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 328 of 434 320 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 07 - Transportation Division 00 - - Program 116 - Parking Program Personnel Services 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 552.00 552.00 509.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 25,265.00 25,265.00 36,170.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 482.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 589.00 589.00 463.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 378.00 378.00 239.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 258.00 258.00 497.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 12.00 12.00 12.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 814.00 814.00 650.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 235.00 235.00 265.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 2,324.00 2,324.00 2,308.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,000.00 .00 1,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 3,000.00 .00 3,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $118,648.00 $114,648.00 $144,104.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 8,000.00 22,000.00 22,000.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 502021 Professional Services 10,000.00 .00 10,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $18,000.00 $22,000.00 $32,000.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-05 Advertising - Other 2,600.00 2,600.00 2,600.00 503003 Miscellaneous 500.00 500.00 500.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office .00 .00 .00 503005-28 Supplies - Parking 2,305.00 2,305.00 2,505.00 503013 Uniforms .00 .00 .00 503015 Furniture .00 .00 .00 503016 Signs .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:51 AM Page 35 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 329 of 434 321 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 07 - Transportation Division 00 - - Program 116 - Parking Program Operating & Maintenance Operating & Maintenance Totals $5,405.00 $5,405.00 $5,605.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 116 - Parking Program Totals $142,053.00 $142,053.00 $181,709.00 Program 117 - Parcel C Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 78,775.00 78,775.00 66,815.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 2,850.00 2,850.00 2,850.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 2,260.00 2,260.00 1,747.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 3,984.00 3,984.00 4,713.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 1,184.00 1,184.00 739.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 2,015.00 2,015.00 1,095.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 35,093.00 35,093.00 23,573.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance 1,875.00 1,875.00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 314.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 721.00 721.00 302.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 597.00 597.00 156.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 369.00 369.00 324.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 16.00 16.00 8.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 419.00 419.00 424.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 245.00 245.00 209.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 1,314.00 1,314.00 1,818.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $131,717.00 $131,717.00 $105,087.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 16,610.00 16,610.00 21,595.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:52 AM Page 36 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 330 of 434 322 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 07 - Transportation Division 00 - - Program 117 - Parcel C Purchased Services 502004 Telephone 420.00 420.00 420.00 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General 6,350.00 6,350.00 6,200.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 500.00 500.00 750.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping 150.00 150.00 75.00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation 8,235.00 8,235.00 8,509.00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas 48,901.00 48,901.00 57,661.00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 4,300.00 4,300.00 3,784.00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502010-05 Utilities - Security .00 .00 610.00 Purchased Services Totals $85,466.00 $85,466.00 $99,604.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous 200.00 200.00 65.00 503005-02 Supplies - Building 6,400.00 6,400.00 4,640.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning 10,980.00 10,980.00 11,330.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 500.00 500.00 500.00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping 1,410.00 1,410.00 1,410.00 503006 Equipment 1,500.00 1,500.00 2,700.00 503007-02 Building Lease Payments - CAMS 2,121.00 2,121.00 2,020.00 503008-03 Insurance - Other 6,545.00 6,545.00 8,188.00 503013 Uniforms 700.00 700.00 800.00 503016 Signs 150.00 150.00 500.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $30,506.00 $30,506.00 $32,153.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other 39,110.00 39,110.00 21,500.00 Capital Totals $39,110.00 $39,110.00 $21,500.00 Program 117 - Parcel C Totals $286,799.00 $286,799.00 $258,344.00 Division 00 - - Totals $4,031,214.00 $4,031,214.00 $4,083,760.00 Department 07 - Transportation Totals $4,031,214.00 $4,031,214.00 $4,083,760.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:52 AM Page 37 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 331 of 434 323 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 08 - Parks & Recreation Division 00 - - Program 129 - Parks & Trails Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 95,495.00 95,495.00 160,372.00 501001-02 Payroll - Seasonal 153,633.00 153,633.00 111,210.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 8,475.00 8,475.00 8,730.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 12,112.00 12,112.00 14,433.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 2,232.00 2,232.00 2,362.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 7,476.00 7,476.00 8,508.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 65,440.00 65,440.00 66,992.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance 4,324.00 4,324.00 4,490.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement 4,324.00 4,324.00 4,490.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,082.00 1,082.00 1,102.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 597.00 597.00 568.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,118.00 1,118.00 1,120.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 8.00 8.00 29.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,474.00 1,474.00 1,484.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 755.00 755.00 822.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 2,063.00 2,063.00 4,726.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $366,108.00 $366,108.00 $396,938.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 205,000.00 205,000.00 225,000.00 502003-12 Contract Service - Summer Mtn Trails-West side .00 .00 .00 502004 Telephone 1,620.00 1,620.00 1,620.00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles 208.00 208.00 208.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:52 AM Page 38 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 332 of 434 324 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 08 - Parks & Recreation Division 00 - - Program 129 - Parks & Trails Purchased Services 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation 14,000.00 14,000.00 14,000.00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 5,500.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502010-05 Utilities - Security .00 .00 .00 502013 Leased Equipment .00 .00 .00 502024 Weed Control 25,000.00 25,000.00 30,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $251,328.00 $251,328.00 $276,328.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503004 Printing 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office .00 .00 .00 503005-02 Supplies - Building .00 .00 .00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping 22,000.00 22,000.00 22,000.00 503005-31 Supplies - Ice Rink .00 .00 .00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 367.00 367.00 355.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 7,882.00 7,882.00 7,882.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 6,441.00 6,441.00 6,441.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment .00 .00 .00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (10,000.00)(10,000.00)(10,000.00) 503013 Uniforms 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $48,690.00 $48,690.00 $48,678.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:52 AM Page 39 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 333 of 434 325 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 08 - Parks & Recreation Division 00 - - Program 129 - Parks & Trails Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-06 Cash Purchases - Land Improvements .00 .00 10,000.00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 7,000.00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $17,000.00 Program 129 - Parks & Trails Totals $666,126.00 $666,126.00 $738,944.00 Program 130 - Rodeo Purchased Services 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 Purchased Services Totals $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $1,200.00 Operating & Maintenance 503023 Grounds Maintenance .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 130 - Rodeo Totals $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $1,200.00 Program 131 - Recreation Program Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 122,034.00 122,034.00 127,347.00 501001-02 Payroll - Seasonal 36,052.00 36,052.00 27,554.00 501001-10 Payroll - Other .00 .00 13,500.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 9,040.00 9,040.00 6,984.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 9,763.00 9,763.00 11,461.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 1,787.00 1,787.00 1,864.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 2,758.00 2,758.00 3,141.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 83,470.00 83,470.00 72,924.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 721.00 721.00 735.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:53 AM Page 40 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 334 of 434 326 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 08 - Parks & Recreation Division 00 - - Program 131 - Recreation Program Personnel Services 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 398.00 398.00 379.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 794.00 794.00 792.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 34.00 34.00 19.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,037.00 1,037.00 1,036.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 478.00 478.00 509.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 1,306.00 1,306.00 1,273.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $273,372.00 $273,372.00 $273,218.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502013 Leased Equipment .00 .00 .00 502027 Contract Labor 39,500.00 39,500.00 39,500.00 Purchased Services Totals $42,000.00 $42,000.00 $42,000.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other 5,500.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 503003 Miscellaneous 515.00 515.00 515.00 503005-02 Supplies - Building 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping 515.00 515.00 515.00 503005-15 Supplies - Youth Programs 6,750.00 6,750.00 6,750.00 503005-16 Supplies - Adult Programs 3,500.00 3,500.00 3,500.00 503005-17 Supplies - Special Events 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 503005-31 Supplies - Ice Rink 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 503006 Equipment 2,150.00 2,150.00 2,150.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:53 AM Page 41 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 335 of 434 327 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 08 - Parks & Recreation Division 00 - - Program 131 - Recreation Program Operating & Maintenance Operating & Maintenance Totals $36,930.00 $36,930.00 $36,930.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 2,000.00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $2,000.00 Program 131 - Recreation Program Totals $352,302.00 $352,302.00 $354,148.00 Program 132 - Recreation Center Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 289,709.00 289,709.00 299,005.00 501001-02 Payroll - Seasonal 128,547.00 128,547.00 147,780.00 501001-10 Payroll - Other .00 .00 52,068.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 18,080.00 18,080.00 18,624.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 17,577.00 17,577.00 20,602.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 3,222.00 3,222.00 3,355.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 15,189.00 15,189.00 20,651.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 144,961.00 144,961.00 101,886.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance 17,294.00 17,294.00 17,961.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 20,354.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,803.00 1,803.00 1,470.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 994.00 994.00 757.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,913.00 1,913.00 1,881.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 67.00 67.00 48.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 2,519.00 2,519.00 2,048.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 1,262.00 1,262.00 1,504.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 3,450.00 3,450.00 3,763.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:53 AM Page 42 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 336 of 434 328 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 08 - Parks & Recreation Division 00 - - Program 132 - Recreation Center Personnel Services 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 Personnel Services Totals $654,587.00 $654,587.00 $721,757.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant .00 .00 .00 502002-02 Consultant - Engineering .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 27,827.00 27,827.00 32,000.00 502004 Telephone 2,100.00 2,100.00 2,100.00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 1,278.00 1,278.00 1,278.00 502007-02 Maintenance Agreements - Software .00 .00 .00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 3,100.00 3,100.00 3,100.00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping 550.00 550.00 550.00 502010 Utilities 5,760.00 5,760.00 5,760.00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation .00 .00 .00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric .00 .00 .00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502010-05 Utilities - Security .00 .00 .00 502013 Leased Equipment .00 .00 .00 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 1,722.00 1,722.00 1,722.00 502027 Contract Labor 60,000.00 60,000.00 15,000.00 502028 Bank/Trustee Fees 13,700.00 13,700.00 13,700.00 Purchased Services Totals $116,037.00 $116,037.00 $75,210.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs 8,000.00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other 2,500.00 10,500.00 10,500.00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503004 Printing 3,100.00 3,100.00 3,100.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:53 AM Page 43 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 337 of 434 329 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 08 - Parks & Recreation Division 00 - - Program 132 - Recreation Center Operating & Maintenance 503005-01 Supplies - Office 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 503005-02 Supplies - Building 8,100.00 8,100.00 8,100.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 2,100.00 2,100.00 2,100.00 503005-15 Supplies - Youth Programs .00 .00 .00 503005-16 Supplies - Adult Programs .00 .00 .00 503005-17 Supplies - Special Events 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 503005-18 Supplies - Pool 33,615.00 33,615.00 33,615.00 503005-19 Supplies - Fitness Center 21,163.00 21,163.00 21,163.00 503005-20 Supplies - Concession 10,600.00 10,600.00 10,600.00 503008-01 Insurance - Building 14,645.00 14,645.00 16,110.00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 73.00 73.00 70.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 697.00 697.00 697.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 271.00 271.00 271.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment .00 .00 .00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 900.00 900.00 900.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (900.00)(900.00)(900.00) 503013 Uniforms 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $113,864.00 $113,864.00 $115,326.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-06 Cash Purchases - Land Improvements .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 3,000.00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $3,000.00 Program 132 - Recreation Center Totals $884,488.00 $884,488.00 $915,293.00 Division 00 - - Totals $1,904,116.00 $1,904,116.00 $2,009,585.00 Department 08 - Parks & Recreation Totals $1,904,116.00 $1,904,116.00 $2,009,585.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:53 AM Page 44 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 338 of 434 330 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 269,251.00 269,251.00 275,723.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 200.00 200.00 280.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 3,390.00 3,390.00 3,492.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 21,393.00 21,393.00 24,787.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 3,907.00 3,907.00 4,002.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 141,822.00 141,822.00 137,769.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,082.00 1,082.00 1,102.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 597.00 597.00 568.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,739.00 1,739.00 1,705.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 50.00 50.00 29.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 2,273.00 2,273.00 2,231.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 808.00 808.00 828.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 269.00 269.00 256.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 4,100.00 4,100.00 5,100.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $452,881.00 $452,881.00 $459,872.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant .00 .00 .00 502002-02 Consultant - Engineering 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 502003 Contract Service 1,000.00 1,000.00 5,000.00 502003-15 Contract Service - GIS .00 .00 8,000.00 502004 Telephone 1,020.00 1,020.00 1,080.00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:54 AM Page 45 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 339 of 434 331 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Purchased Services 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 150.00 150.00 150.00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 2,200.00 2,200.00 2,200.00 Purchased Services Totals $8,070.00 $8,070.00 $20,130.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other 1,000.00 1,000.00 500.00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 330.00 330.00 510.00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 1,100.00 1,100.00 1,100.00 503005-02 Supplies - Building .00 .00 .00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning .00 .00 .00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 142.00 142.00 137.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 602.00 602.00 602.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 831.00 831.00 831.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment .00 .00 .00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 1,320.00 1,320.00 1,320.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (1,320.00)(1,320.00)(1,320.00) Operating & Maintenance Totals $4,005.00 $4,005.00 $3,680.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $464,956.00 $464,956.00 $483,682.00 Division 00 - - Totals $464,956.00 $464,956.00 $483,682.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:54 AM Page 46 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 340 of 434 332 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 01 - Facility Management Program 118 - Maintenance Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 280,893.00 280,893.00 295,273.00 501001-09 Payroll - Facility Management .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 24,000.00 24,000.00 12,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 4,520.00 4,520.00 4,656.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 21,533.00 21,533.00 24,920.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 4,421.00 4,421.00 4,455.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 111,001.00 111,001.00 145,847.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,442.00 1,442.00 1,470.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 795.00 795.00 757.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,751.00 1,751.00 1,714.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 17.00 17.00 38.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 2,288.00 2,288.00 2,243.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 915.00 915.00 922.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 7,592.00 7,592.00 6,873.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 6,500.00 6,500.00 6,500.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $472,668.00 $472,668.00 $512,668.00 Purchased Services 502002-02 Consultant - Engineering .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 101,270.00 101,270.00 105,500.00 502003-01 Contract Service - Snowmelt Road .00 .00 .00 502004 Telephone 1,980.00 1,980.00 2,040.00 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General 41,259.00 41,259.00 42,909.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:54 AM Page 47 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 341 of 434 333 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 01 - Facility Management Program 118 - Maintenance Purchased Services 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation 57,903.00 66,009.00 70,590.00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas 253,970.00 330,162.00 374,250.00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 153,918.00 181,345.00 150,902.00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash 15,560.00 15,560.00 13,734.00 502010-05 Utilities - Security .00 .00 .00 502010-06 Utilities - Snowmelt 2,612.00 2,612.00 2,615.00 502023 Snowmelt Road Receivable (64,755.00)(64,755.00)(66,698.00) Purchased Services Totals $563,717.00 $675,442.00 $695,842.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous 175.00 175.00 175.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 150.00 150.00 250.00 503005-02 Supplies - Building .00 .00 .00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning 17,150.00 17,150.00 17,800.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 2,500.00 2,500.00 4,850.00 503005-13 Supplies - Car Wash .00 .00 .00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 232.00 232.00 373.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 4,096.00 4,096.00 4,096.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 966.00 966.00 966.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment 200.00 200.00 200.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 4,400.00 4,400.00 4,400.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (4,400.00)(4,400.00)(4,400.00) 503013 Uniforms 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:54 AM Page 48 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 342 of 434 334 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 01 - Facility Management Program 118 - Maintenance Operating & Maintenance Operating & Maintenance Totals $27,469.00 $27,469.00 $30,710.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 3,000.00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-07 Cash Purchases - Buildings .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $3,000.00 Program 118 - Maintenance Totals $1,063,854.00 $1,175,579.00 $1,242,220.00 Division 01 - Facility Management Totals $1,063,854.00 $1,175,579.00 $1,242,220.00 Division 02 - Road Program 119 - Street Marking/Signs Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 42,443.00 42,443.00 41,595.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 1,671.00 1,671.00 1,738.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 735.00 735.00 815.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 3,315.00 3,315.00 3,499.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 691.00 691.00 650.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 168.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 32,161.00 32,161.00 29,047.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 449.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 234.00 234.00 239.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 129.00 129.00 123.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 271.00 271.00 253.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:54 AM Page 49 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 343 of 434 335 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 02 - Road Program 119 - Street Marking/Signs Personnel Services 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 11.00 11.00 6.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 354.00 354.00 333.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 143.00 143.00 141.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 1,777.00 1,777.00 1,661.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $83,935.00 $83,935.00 $80,717.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 35,000.00 35,000.00 45,000.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $35,000.00 $35,000.00 $45,000.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous 400.00 400.00 400.00 503005-02 Supplies - Building 3,000.00 3,000.00 5,500.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 1,300.00 1,300.00 1,300.00 503016-01 Signs - New 500.00 500.00 5,500.00 503016-02 Signs - Replacement 6,500.00 6,500.00 6,500.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $11,700.00 $11,700.00 $19,200.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 119 - Street Marking/Signs Totals $130,635.00 $130,635.00 $144,917.00 Program 120 - Snow Removal Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 118,840.00 118,840.00 153,903.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 23,690.00 23,690.00 24,638.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 2,057.00 2,057.00 3,015.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 9,281.00 9,281.00 12,944.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 1,935.00 1,935.00 2,405.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:55 AM Page 50 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 344 of 434 336 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 02 - Road Program 120 - Snow Removal Personnel Services 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 622.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 90,050.00 90,050.00 107,474.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 1,661.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 656.00 656.00 884.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 362.00 362.00 455.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 758.00 758.00 938.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 31.00 31.00 23.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 990.00 990.00 1,231.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 400.00 400.00 522.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 4,977.00 4,977.00 6,148.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,950.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 3,500.00 3,500.00 3,500.00 Personnel Services Totals $259,477.00 $259,477.00 $322,313.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 42,688.00 42,688.00 44,988.00 502003-01 Contract Service - Snowmelt Road .00 .00 .00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 502010-06 Utilities - Snowmelt .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $42,688.00 $42,688.00 $44,988.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous 400.00 400.00 400.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 100.00 100.00 100.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 625.00 625.00 625.00 503007-02 Building Lease Payments - CAMS .00 .00 .00 503013 Uniforms 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 503017 Sanding Material 44,800.00 44,800.00 40,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:55 AM Page 51 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 345 of 434 337 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 02 - Road Program 120 - Snow Removal Operating & Maintenance 503018 Safety First Aid 300.00 300.00 1,300.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $50,225.00 $50,225.00 $46,425.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 120 - Snow Removal Totals $352,390.00 $352,390.00 $413,726.00 Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 46,687.00 46,687.00 45,755.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 3,090.00 3,090.00 3,214.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 808.00 808.00 896.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 3,646.00 3,646.00 3,848.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 760.00 760.00 714.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 185.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 35,377.00 35,377.00 31,952.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 494.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 258.00 258.00 263.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 142.00 142.00 135.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 298.00 298.00 279.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 12.00 12.00 7.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 389.00 389.00 366.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 157.00 157.00 155.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 1,955.00 1,955.00 1,828.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations .00 .00 .00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $93,579.00 $93,579.00 $90,091.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:55 AM Page 52 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 346 of 434 338 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 02 - Road Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Purchased Services 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 250.00 250.00 1,150.00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios 900.00 900.00 .00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping 500.00 500.00 500.00 Purchased Services Totals $4,150.00 $4,150.00 $4,150.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous 250.00 250.00 250.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning .00 .00 .00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 575.00 575.00 575.00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 8,665.00 8,665.00 8,711.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 68,620.00 68,620.00 68,620.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 40,416.00 40,416.00 40,416.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment 28,000.00 28,000.00 28,000.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 53,253.00 53,253.00 53,253.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (53,253.00)(53,253.00)(53,253.00) 503019 Radios .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $146,526.00 $146,526.00 $146,572.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment 11,200.00 11,200.00 11,200.00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $11,200.00 $11,200.00 $11,200.00 Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Totals $255,455.00 $255,455.00 $252,013.00 Program 122 - Street Maintenance Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 186,748.00 186,748.00 153,903.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 21,630.00 21,630.00 22,495.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:55 AM Page 53 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 347 of 434 339 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 02 - Road Program 122 - Street Maintenance Personnel Services 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 3,232.00 3,232.00 3,015.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 14,585.00 14,585.00 12,944.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 3,041.00 3,041.00 2,405.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 622.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 141,507.00 141,507.00 107,474.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 1,661.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,031.00 1,031.00 884.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 569.00 569.00 455.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,191.00 1,191.00 938.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 48.00 48.00 23.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,556.00 1,556.00 1,231.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 629.00 629.00 522.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 7,820.00 7,820.00 6,148.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 3,225.00 3,225.00 3,225.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 1,900.00 1,900.00 1,900.00 Personnel Services Totals $388,712.00 $388,712.00 $319,845.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 12,500.00 12,500.00 22,500.00 502004 Telephone 2,800.00 2,800.00 3,120.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation 1,400.00 1,400.00 1,400.00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 7,465.00 7,465.00 7,465.00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:56 AM Page 54 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 348 of 434 340 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 02 - Road Program 122 - Street Maintenance Purchased Services 502010-05 Utilities - Security .00 .00 .00 502024 Weed Control 15,000.00 15,000.00 16,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $39,165.00 $39,165.00 $50,485.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 503005 Supplies .00 .00 .00 503005-01 Supplies - Office .00 .00 .00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 700.00 700.00 1,700.00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping 500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 503005-14 Supplies - Street Lights 6,500.00 1,000.00 6,000.00 503020 Paving/Raw Materials 16,000.00 20,500.00 20,500.00 503021 Road Material Trash 12,000.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $36,900.00 $36,900.00 $42,900.00 Capital 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other 1,000.00 1,000.00 .00 Capital Totals $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $0.00 Program 122 - Street Maintenance Totals $465,777.00 $465,777.00 $413,230.00 Program 123 - Community Service Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 29,710.00 29,710.00 20,798.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 2,060.00 2,060.00 2,142.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 514.00 514.00 407.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 2,320.00 2,320.00 1,749.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 484.00 484.00 325.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 84.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 22,513.00 22,513.00 14,523.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 225.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:56 AM Page 55 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 349 of 434 341 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 02 - Road Program 123 - Community Service Personnel Services 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 164.00 164.00 119.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 90.00 90.00 62.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 189.00 189.00 127.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 8.00 8.00 3.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 248.00 248.00 166.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 100.00 100.00 71.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 1,244.00 1,244.00 831.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $59,644.00 $59,644.00 $41,632.00 Operating & Maintenance 503005-02 Supplies - Building 525.00 525.00 525.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $525.00 $525.00 $525.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 123 - Community Service Totals $60,169.00 $60,169.00 $42,157.00 Division 02 - Road Totals $1,264,426.00 $1,264,426.00 $1,266,043.00 Division 03 - Solid Waste Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 14,566.00 14,566.00 17,041.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 3,468.00 3,468.00 1,361.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 226.00 226.00 291.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 1,107.00 1,107.00 1,477.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 248.00 248.00 261.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 7,125.00 7,125.00 9,921.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:56 AM Page 56 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 350 of 434 342 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 03 - Solid Waste Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Personnel Services 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 72.00 72.00 92.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 40.00 40.00 47.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 90.00 90.00 102.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 2.00 2.00 2.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 118.00 118.00 133.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 51.00 51.00 54.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 741.00 741.00 772.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $27,854.00 $27,854.00 $31,554.00 Purchased Services 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios 100.00 100.00 100.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 2,991.00 2,991.00 2,513.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 54,544.00 54,544.00 54,544.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 33,372.00 33,372.00 33,372.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment 300.00 300.00 300.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 21,258.00 21,258.00 21,258.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (21,258.00)(21,258.00)(21,258.00) Operating & Maintenance Totals $91,207.00 $91,207.00 $90,729.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:56 AM Page 57 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 351 of 434 343 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 03 - Solid Waste Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Capital 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Totals $119,161.00 $119,161.00 $122,383.00 Program 124 - Trash Pickup Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 195,185.00 195,185.00 228,351.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 38,775.00 38,775.00 14,970.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 3,028.00 3,028.00 3,899.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 14,835.00 14,835.00 19,792.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 3,318.00 3,318.00 3,500.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 95,469.00 95,469.00 132,940.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 966.00 966.00 1,231.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 533.00 533.00 634.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,206.00 1,206.00 1,363.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 23.00 23.00 32.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 1,576.00 1,576.00 1,784.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 686.00 686.00 724.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 9,930.00 9,930.00 10,346.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 250.00 250.00 250.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 250.00 250.00 250.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:56 AM Page 58 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 352 of 434 344 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 03 - Solid Waste Program 124 - Trash Pickup Personnel Services Totals $366,030.00 $366,030.00 $420,066.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 502004 Telephone 475.00 475.00 475.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 502013 Leased Equipment .00 .00 .00 502025-01 Dump Fees - Miscellaneous 188,827.00 188,827.00 188,827.00 502025-02 Dump Fees - Tires 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $194,302.00 $194,302.00 $194,302.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 957.00 957.00 957.00 503003 Miscellaneous 500.00 500.00 500.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 200.00 200.00 200.00 503005-02 Supplies - Building 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning .00 .00 .00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 503013 Uniforms 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $7,157.00 $7,157.00 $7,157.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 Capital Totals $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 Program 124 - Trash Pickup Totals $571,489.00 $571,489.00 $625,525.00 Program 125 - Recycling Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 52,438.00 52,438.00 61,348.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 7,632.00 7,632.00 2,916.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 814.00 814.00 1,048.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 3,986.00 3,986.00 5,317.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 891.00 891.00 940.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:56 AM Page 59 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 353 of 434 345 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 03 - Solid Waste Program 125 - Recycling Personnel Services 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 25,648.00 25,648.00 35,715.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 260.00 260.00 331.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 143.00 143.00 170.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 324.00 324.00 366.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 6.00 6.00 9.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 423.00 423.00 479.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 184.00 184.00 195.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 2,668.00 2,668.00 2,780.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations .00 .00 .00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $95,417.00 $95,417.00 $111,614.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 502025-01 Dump Fees - Miscellaneous 36,045.00 36,045.00 43,250.00 502025-02 Dump Fees - Tires .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $36,045.00 $36,045.00 $43,250.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools .00 .00 .00 503022 Sustainability Planning 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 Capital Totals $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 Program 125 - Recycling Totals $137,462.00 $137,462.00 $160,864.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:57 AM Page 60 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 354 of 434 346 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 03 - Solid Waste Program 126 - Rolloff Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 29,132.00 29,132.00 34,082.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 290.00 290.00 194.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 452.00 452.00 582.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 2,214.00 2,214.00 2,954.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 495.00 495.00 522.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 14,249.00 14,249.00 19,842.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 144.00 144.00 184.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 80.00 80.00 95.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 180.00 180.00 204.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 3.00 3.00 5.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 235.00 235.00 266.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 102.00 102.00 108.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 1,482.00 1,482.00 1,544.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations .00 .00 .00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $49,058.00 $49,058.00 $60,582.00 Purchased Services 502026-01 Rolloff Fees - Conference Center 7,403.00 7,403.00 7,403.00 502026-02 Rolloff Fees - Parcel C 8,931.00 8,931.00 8,931.00 502026-03 Rolloff Fees - Timbermill 4,453.00 4,453.00 4,453.00 502026-04 Rolloff Fees - Miscellaneous Rolls 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 502026-05 Rolloff Fees - Dump Fees .00 .00 .00 502026-06 Rolloff Fees - Silvertree 4,088.00 4,088.00 4,088.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:57 AM Page 61 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 355 of 434 347 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 03 - Solid Waste Program 126 - Rolloff Purchased Services 502026-07 Rolloff Fees - Snowmass Club 5,615.00 5,615.00 5,615.00 502026-08 Rolloff Fees - Aspen Skiing Company 8,629.00 8,629.00 8,629.00 502026-09 Rolloff Fees - Crestwood 4,747.00 4,747.00 4,747.00 502026-10 Rolloff Fees - Base Village 12,548.00 12,548.00 12,548.00 502026-11 Rolloff Fees - Viceroy 5,951.00 5,951.00 5,951.00 502026-12 Rolloff Fees - Snowmass Center 10,851.00 10,851.00 10,851.00 Purchased Services Totals $78,216.00 $78,216.00 $78,216.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous 200.00 200.00 200.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning 200.00 200.00 200.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $400.00 $400.00 $400.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 126 - Rolloff Totals $127,674.00 $127,674.00 $139,198.00 Division 03 - Solid Waste Totals $955,786.00 $955,786.00 $1,047,970.00 Division 04 - Fleet Services Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 332,722.00 332,722.00 339,319.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 14,420.00 14,420.00 14,420.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 4,464.00 4,464.00 4,598.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 26,302.00 26,302.00 30,480.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 5,025.00 5,025.00 5,125.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 133,745.00 133,745.00 146,735.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 1,424.00 1,424.00 1,451.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:57 AM Page 62 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 356 of 434 348 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 04 - Fleet Services Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Personnel Services 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 785.00 785.00 748.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 2,138.00 2,138.00 2,097.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 40.00 40.00 38.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 2,795.00 2,795.00 2,743.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 1,040.00 1,040.00 1,060.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 4,981.00 4,981.00 4,908.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 6,500.00 6,500.00 6,500.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 5,057.00 5,057.00 5,057.00 Personnel Services Totals $541,438.00 $541,438.00 $565,279.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 4,722.00 4,722.00 4,722.00 502004 Telephone .00 .00 .00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 4,081.00 4,081.00 4,081.00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles 179.00 179.00 179.00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios .00 .00 .00 502009 Mailing 84.00 84.00 84.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $9,066.00 $9,066.00 $9,066.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous 1,050.00 1,050.00 1,050.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 349.00 349.00 450.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning 800.00 800.00 800.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 9,400.00 9,400.00 9,400.00 503005-29 Supplies - Vehicle Hardware 8,034.00 8,034.00 8,034.00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 189.00 189.00 183.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 1,945.00 1,945.00 1,945.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:57 AM Page 63 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 357 of 434 349 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 04 - Fleet Services Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Operating & Maintenance 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 2,729.00 2,729.00 2,729.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment 349.00 349.00 349.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 6,200.00 6,200.00 6,200.00 503010 Contra Acct - Vehicle Labor (6,200.00)(6,200.00)(6,200.00) 503013 Uniforms 2,879.00 2,879.00 2,879.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $27,724.00 $27,724.00 $27,819.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 121 - Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance Totals $578,228.00 $578,228.00 $602,164.00 Program 127 - Fleet Management Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 46,328.00 46,328.00 47,247.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 2,575.00 2,575.00 2,575.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 622.00 622.00 640.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 3,662.00 3,662.00 4,244.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 700.00 700.00 714.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 18,623.00 18,623.00 20,431.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 198.00 198.00 202.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 109.00 109.00 104.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 298.00 298.00 292.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:57 AM Page 64 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 358 of 434 350 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 04 - Fleet Services Program 127 - Fleet Management Personnel Services 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 6.00 6.00 5.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 389.00 389.00 382.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 145.00 145.00 148.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 694.00 694.00 683.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations .00 .00 .00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $74,349.00 $74,349.00 $77,667.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 502004 Telephone .00 .00 .00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios .00 .00 .00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 650.00 650.00 650.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $650.00 $650.00 $650.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 127 - Fleet Management Totals $74,999.00 $74,999.00 $78,317.00 Program 128 - Building & Grounds Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 42,117.00 42,117.00 42,952.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 520.00 520.00 850.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:57 AM Page 65 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 359 of 434 351 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 04 - Fleet Services Program 128 - Building & Grounds Personnel Services 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 565.00 565.00 582.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 3,329.00 3,329.00 3,858.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 636.00 636.00 649.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 16,930.00 16,930.00 18,574.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 180.00 180.00 184.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 99.00 99.00 95.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 271.00 271.00 265.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 5.00 5.00 5.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 354.00 354.00 347.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 132.00 132.00 134.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 630.00 630.00 621.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations .00 .00 .00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $65,768.00 $65,768.00 $69,116.00 Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service 9,900.00 9,900.00 9,900.00 502004 Telephone .00 .00 .00 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General 1,708.00 1,708.00 1,708.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 6,653.00 6,653.00 6,653.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation .00 .00 .00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:57 AM Page 66 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 360 of 434 352 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 09 - Public Works Division 04 - Fleet Services Program 128 - Building & Grounds Purchased Services 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502010-05 Utilities - Security .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $18,261.00 $18,261.00 $18,261.00 Operating & Maintenance 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503005-02 Supplies - Building 1,892.00 1,892.00 1,892.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning 400.00 400.00 400.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools .00 .00 .00 503005-13 Supplies - Car Wash 1,208.00 1,208.00 12,000.00 503013 Uniforms .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $3,500.00 $3,500.00 $14,292.00 Capital 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Program 128 - Building & Grounds Totals $87,529.00 $87,529.00 $101,669.00 Division 04 - Fleet Services Totals $740,756.00 $740,756.00 $782,150.00 Department 09 - Public Works Totals $4,489,778.00 $4,601,503.00 $4,822,065.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:57 AM Page 67 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 361 of 434 353 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 10 - Human Resources Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501001 Payroll .00 .00 .00 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 109,262.00 109,262.00 113,633.00 501002 Payroll Overtime .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,164.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 8,741.00 8,741.00 10,227.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 1,584.00 1,584.00 1,648.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 19,878.00 19,878.00 20,354.00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 361.00 361.00 367.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 199.00 199.00 189.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 711.00 711.00 704.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life .00 .00 10.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 929.00 929.00 920.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 328.00 328.00 341.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 109.00 109.00 106.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,669.00 1,669.00 1,739.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 3,370.00 3,370.00 3,890.00 Personnel Services Totals $148,271.00 $148,271.00 $155,292.00 Purchased Services 502002 Consultant 15,350.00 15,350.00 500.00 502002-01 Consultant - Employee Training 20,800.00 20,800.00 21,000.00 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 20,400.00 502004 Telephone 600.00 600.00 600.00 502005 Employee Relations 13,660.00 13,660.00 14,500.00 502005-01 Employee Relations - Tenure 8,920.00 8,920.00 5,605.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 68 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 362 of 434 354 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 10 - Human Resources Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Purchased Services 502005-02 Employee Relations - Flu 900.00 900.00 900.00 502005-03 Employee Relations - Miscellaneous 1,860.00 1,860.00 1,750.00 Purchased Services Totals $62,090.00 $62,090.00 $65,255.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001 Advertising .00 .00 .00 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs 7,746.00 7,746.00 7,520.00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 6,559.00 6,559.00 6,825.00 503003 Miscellaneous 250.00 250.00 250.00 503004 Printing .00 .00 .00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 500.00 500.00 500.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $15,055.00 $15,055.00 $15,095.00 Capital 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer 300.00 300.00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 300.00 Capital Totals $300.00 $300.00 $300.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $225,716.00 $225,716.00 $235,942.00 Division 00 - - Totals $225,716.00 $225,716.00 $235,942.00 Department 10 - Human Resources Totals $225,716.00 $225,716.00 $235,942.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 69 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 363 of 434 355 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 90 - One Times Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501099 Personnel Services .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Purchased Services 502002-03 Consultant - Town Council .00 .00 .00 502002-04 Consultant - Entryway .00 .00 .00 502002-05 Consultant - Website Redesign .00 .00 .00 502002-06 Consultant - Comp Plan .00 .00 .00 502002-07 Consultant - Ice Age .00 .00 .00 502002-08 Consultant - Environmental Sustainability .00 .00 .00 502002-09 Consultant - Holy Cross Energy Efficiency .00 .00 .00 502002-10 Consultant - Planning .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 17,500.00 17,500.00 18,000.00 Purchased Services Totals $17,500.00 $17,500.00 $18,000.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Donations & Grants 504001-01 Donations - General .00 .00 .00 504002-01 Grants - Cultural Arts .00 .00 .00 504002-02 Grants - Health & Human Services 157,507.00 157,507.00 162,507.00 Donations & Grants Totals $157,507.00 $157,507.00 $162,507.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $175,007.00 $175,007.00 $180,507.00 Program 190 - Capital Purchased Services 502003-09 Contract Service - POSTR Plan .00 .00 .00 502003-10 Contract Service - Community Connectivity Plan .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Capital 507002 Capital Town Council 38,350.00 10,000.00 .00 507003 Capital Town Manager 46,000.00 46,000.00 77,500.00 507004 Capital Town Clerk .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 70 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 364 of 434 356 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 90 - One Times Division 00 - - Program 190 - Capital Capital 507005 Capital Finance 83,207.00 83,207.00 .00 507006 Capital Community Development 70,000.00 15,000.00 64,000.00 507007 Capital Public Safety 117,700.00 117,700.00 .00 507008 Capital Transportation 20,000.00 20,000.00 85,000.00 507009 Capital Parks & Recreation 26,000.00 26,000.00 .00 507009-05 Capital Parks & Recreation - Trails .00 .00 .00 507009-09 Capital Parks & Recreation 5,000.00 5,000.00 51,000.00 507009-10 Capital Parks & Recreation Trails Signage .00 .00 .00 507010 Capital Facility Management .00 .00 20,000.00 507011 Capital Road .00 .00 138,600.00 507012 Capital Solid Waste 3,000.00 3,000.00 .00 507013 Capital Shop 19,500.00 .00 .00 507014 Capital Arts Board 60,000.00 122,000.00 25,000.00 507015 Capital Energy Efficiency Funds .00 .00 .00 507015-01 Capital Energy Efficiency - Electrical Vehicle Charging Station .00 .00 .00 507016 Capital Public Works Admin 7,000.00 3,000.00 4,000.00 507017 Capital GIS 39,925.00 .00 .00 507020 Capital Other 68,000.00 48,000.00 40,000.00 507028 Summer Parking Program .00 .00 200,000.00 Capital Totals $603,682.00 $498,907.00 $705,100.00 Program 190 - Capital Totals $603,682.00 $498,907.00 $705,100.00 Division 00 - - Totals $778,689.00 $673,914.00 $885,607.00 Department 90 - One Times Totals $778,689.00 $673,914.00 $885,607.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 71 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 365 of 434 357 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 91 - Other Expenditures Capital 507025 Reserves Used 163,832.00 163,832.00 76,921.00 Capital Totals $163,832.00 $163,832.00 $76,921.00 Other Expenditures 502003-14 Contract Service - Base Village 60,000.00 60,000.00 .00 511001 Write Offs Accounts Receivables .00 .00 .00 511002 Freight Expenditures .00 .00 .00 511003 Employee Housing Reserved Used .00 .00 .00 511004 Retirement Forfeiture .00 .00 .00 511005 Town Hall .00 .00 .00 511006 Town Energy Efficiency .00 .00 .00 511007 Adjustment to Expenditures .00 (408,598.00).00 511008 Droste Open Space Contribution .00 .00 .00 511009 Other Expenditures .00 .00 .00 511009-01 Costs of Issuance .00 .00 .00 511009-02 Underwriters Discount .00 .00 .00 511009-03 Refund COP's .00 .00 .00 511009-04 Accr'd Bond Interest .00 .00 .00 511010 Aspen School District Contribution 510,000.00 510,000.00 510,000.00 511011 Building 6 Funding 767,000.00 767,000.00 .00 511012 Other Dept Charges .00 .00 .00 Other Expenditures Totals $1,337,000.00 $928,402.00 $510,000.00 Other Financing Uses 520004 Cost of Issuance .00 .00 .00 520004-01 Cost of Issuance - Underwriters Discount .00 .00 .00 520004-04 Accrued Bond Interest .00 .00 .00 520005 Refunding Bond Escrow .00 .00 .00 Other Financing Uses Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Division 04 - Fleet Services Operating & Maintenance 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel .00 .00 .00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 72 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 366 of 434 358 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 91 - Other Expenditures Division 04 - Fleet Services Operating & Maintenance 503009-07 Vehicle Expenses - Freight .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Other Expenditures 503009-08 Write off- Inventory Parts .00 .00 .00 Other Expenditures Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Division 04 - Fleet Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Department 91 - Other Expenditures Totals $1,500,832.00 $1,092,234.00 $586,921.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 73 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 367 of 434 359 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 92 - Transfers to Other Funds Transfers Out 510005 Transfer Out to Lottery .00 .00 .00 510006 Transfer Out to RETT .00 .00 .00 510007 Transfer Out to Road .00 .00 .00 510008 Transfer Out to Excise .00 .00 .00 510009 Transfer Out to Marketing .00 .00 .00 510010 Transfer Out to Group Sales .00 .00 .00 510011 Transfer Out to REOP .00 .00 .00 510050 Transfer Out to Debt Service .00 .00 .00 510055 Transfer Out to CIP 1,535,685.00 1,535,685.00 500,000.00 510055-01 Transfer Out to CIP - Holy Cross Enhancement Funds 992,886.00 992,886.00 .00 510055-02 Transfer Out to CIP - Entryway Improvements .00 .00 .00 510056 Transfer Out CERF 330,000.00 330,000.00 330,000.00 510060 Transfer Out to Housing .00 .00 .00 510061 Transfer Out to Mountain View .00 .00 .00 510062 Transfer Out to Mountain View II .00 .00 .00 510090 Transfer Out to GID .00 .00 .00 Transfers Out Totals $2,858,571.00 $2,858,571.00 $830,000.00 Department 92 - Transfers to Other Funds Totals $2,858,571.00 $2,858,571.00 $830,000.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $22,250,588.00 $21,843,690.00 $20,323,707.00 Fund 001 - General Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $17,865,956.00 $19,092,344.00 $19,982,748.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $22,250,588.00 $21,843,690.00 $20,323,707.00 Fund 001 - General Fund Totals ($4,384,632.00)($2,751,346.00)($340,959.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 74 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 368 of 434 360 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 005 - Lottery Fund REVENUE Intergovernmental Revenue 402006 Lottery Funds 30,986.00 30,986.00 31,916.00 Intergovernmental Revenue Totals $30,986.00 $30,986.00 $31,916.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 1,080.00 1,496.00 1,330.00 Miscellaneous Totals $1,080.00 $1,496.00 $1,330.00 REVENUE TOTALS $32,066.00 $32,482.00 $33,246.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 75 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 369 of 434 361 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 005 - Lottery Fund EXPENSE Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Capital 507009 Capital Parks & Recreation .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfers Out 510001 Transfer Out to General 23,000.00 23,000.00 23,000.00 510055-02 Transfer Out to CIP - Entryway Improvements .00 .00 .00 Transfers Out Totals $23,000.00 $23,000.00 $23,000.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $23,000.00 $23,000.00 $23,000.00 Fund 005 - Lottery Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $32,066.00 $32,482.00 $33,246.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $23,000.00 $23,000.00 $23,000.00 Fund 005 - Lottery Fund Totals $9,066.00 $9,482.00 $10,246.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 76 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 370 of 434 362 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 006 - Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund REVENUE Taxes 401005 Real Estate Transfer Tax 2,300,000.00 2,800,000.00 2,900,000.00 Taxes Totals $2,300,000.00 $2,800,000.00 $2,900,000.00 Intergovernmental Revenue 402005-04 Grants - FTA/State Grants .00 .00 .00 402005-06 Grants - FTA/State Grants .00 .00 .00 Intergovernmental Revenue Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 105,980.00 210,413.00 168,209.00 407002 Penalty & Interest .00 .00 .00 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 407008 Accounts Payable Write Offs .00 .00 .00 Miscellaneous Totals $105,980.00 $210,413.00 $168,209.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408001 Transfer In General .00 .00 .00 408007 Transfer In Road .00 .00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 REVENUE TOTALS $2,405,980.00 $3,010,413.00 $3,068,209.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 77 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 371 of 434 363 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 006 - Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund EXPENSE Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Capital 507008 Capital Transportation .00 .00 .00 507008-01 Capital Transportation - Buses & Equipment .00 .00 .00 507008-02 Capital Transportation - Daly Depot/Garage .00 .00 .00 507008-03 Capital Transportation - Bus Stop Capital Repairs .00 .00 .00 507008-04 Capital Transportation - Parcel C Video Surveilance .00 .00 .00 507008-05 Capital Transportation - Transit Office Base Village .00 .00 .00 507008-06 Capital Transportation - Town Park Station .00 .00 .00 507008-07 Capital Transportation - Bus Depot Announcement System .00 .00 .00 507008-08 Capital Transportation - Radio Phone System .00 .00 .00 507008-09 Capital Transportation - Variable Message GPS .00 .00 .00 507009 Capital Parks & Recreation .00 .00 .00 507009-01 Capital Parks & Recreation - Entryway .00 .00 .00 507009-02 Capital Parks & Recreation - Rodeo Improvements .00 .00 .00 507009-03 Capital Parks & Recreation - Brush Creek Stream Restoration .00 .00 .00 507009-04 Capital Parks & Recreation - Roundabout Storm Sewer .00 .00 .00 507009-05 Capital Parks & Recreation - Trails .00 .00 .00 507009-06 Capital Parks & Recreation - Open Space Trails Study .00 .00 .00 507009-07 Capital Parks & Recreation - Ice Rink .00 .00 .00 507009-08 Capital Parks & Recreation - Town Hall Landscaping .00 .00 .00 507009-09 Capital Parks & Recreation .00 .00 .00 507011 Capital Road .00 .00 .00 507025 Reserves Used 1,394,150.00 1,394,150.00 96,688.00 507027 Building Equipment Repair 71,520.00 71,520.00 71,520.00 Capital Totals $1,465,670.00 $1,465,670.00 $168,208.00 Transfers Out 510001 Transfer Out to General .00 .00 .00 510001-01 Transfer Out to General - Transportation 591,439.00 591,439.00 576,845.00 510001-02 Transfer Out to General - Landscaping 654,326.00 654,326.00 727,144.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 78 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 372 of 434 364 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 006 - Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund EXPENSE Transfers Out 510001-03 Transfer Out to General - Pool & Recreation Center 601,720.00 588,895.00 617,441.00 510001-04 Transfer Out General Fund - Annual Maintenance/SGM .00 .00 .00 510055 Transfer Out to CIP 1,248,356.00 1,248,356.00 420,000.00 510055-01 Transfer Out to CIP - Holy Cross Enhancement Funds .00 .00 .00 510055-02 Transfer Out to CIP - Entryway Improvements .00 .00 .00 510056 Transfer Out CERF .00 .00 .00 510056-01 Transfer Out CERF - Parks and Trails 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 510056-02 Transfer out CERF - Pool and Recreation 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 510056-03 Transfer Out CERF - Transportation 705,000.00 705,000.00 1,000,000.00 Transfers Out Totals $3,835,841.00 $3,823,016.00 $3,376,430.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $5,301,511.00 $5,288,686.00 $3,544,638.00 Fund 006 - Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $2,405,980.00 $3,010,413.00 $3,068,209.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $5,301,511.00 $5,288,686.00 $3,544,638.00 Fund 006 - Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Totals ($2,895,531.00)($2,278,273.00)($476,429.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 79 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 373 of 434 365 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 007 - Road Mill Levy Fund REVENUE Taxes 401001-01 Property Taxes - Current Taxes 2,435,930.00 2,435,930.00 2,433,769.00 Taxes Totals $2,435,930.00 $2,435,930.00 $2,433,769.00 Charges for Service 404070 Occupancy Assessments 75,000.00 75,000.00 75,000.00 Charges for Service Totals $75,000.00 $75,000.00 $75,000.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 20,000.00 62,000.00 51,500.00 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 Miscellaneous Totals $20,000.00 $62,000.00 $51,500.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408001 Transfer In General .00 .00 .00 408006 Transfer In RETT .00 .00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 REVENUE TOTALS $2,530,930.00 $2,572,930.00 $2,560,269.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:58 AM Page 80 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 374 of 434 366 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 007 - Road Mill Levy Fund EXPENSE Purchased Services 502002-02 Consultant - Engineering 20,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 502018-02 Collection Fees - Road 48,114.00 48,114.00 48,675.00 Purchased Services Totals $68,114.00 $68,114.00 $68,675.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Capital 507025 Reserves Used 240,002.00 240,002.00 62,043.00 507027 Building Equipment Repair .00 .00 .00 507100 Road Projects 447,967.00 447,966.00 200,000.00 507101 Road Projects Central .00 .00 .00 507101-01 Road Projects Central - Brush Creek Road .00 .00 .00 507101-02 Road Projects Central - Brush Creek Lane .00 .00 .00 507101-03 Road Projects Central - Deerfield Drive .00 .00 .00 507101-04 Road Projects Central - Divide Road .00 .00 .00 507101-05 Road Projects Central - Hawkridge .00 .00 .00 507101-06 Road Projects Central - Highline Road .00 .00 .00 507101-07 Road Projects Central - Lot E .00 .00 .00 507101-08 Road Projects Central - Owl Creek Road .00 .00 .00 507101-09 Road Projects Central - Rodeo Lot .00 .00 .00 507101-10 Road Projects Central - Snowmass Creek Road .00 .00 .00 507101-11 Road Projects Central - Woodbridge Road .00 .00 .00 507101-12 Road Projects Central - BrushCreek Wood Road Roundabout .00 .00 .00 507102 Road Projects Country Club .00 .00 .00 507102-01 Road Projects Country Club - Beaver Court .00 .00 .00 507102-02 Road Projects Country Club - Fairway Drive .00 .00 .00 507102-03 Road Projects Country Club - Harlston Green .00 .00 .00 507102-04 Road Projects Country Club - Snowmass Club Circle .00 .00 .00 507102-05 Road Projects Country Club - St. Andrews Ct..00 .00 .00 507103 Road Projects Horse Ranch .00 .00 .00 507103-01 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Branding Lane .00 .00 .00 507103-02 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Bridle Path Lane .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:59 AM Page 81 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 375 of 434 367 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 007 - Road Mill Levy Fund EXPENSE Capital 507103-03 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Bronco Court .00 .00 .00 507103-04 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Horse Ranch Drive .00 .00 .00 507103-05 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Maverick Circle .00 .00 .00 507103-06 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Pinto Circle .00 .00 .00 507103-07 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Rodeo Road .00 .00 .00 507103-08 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Saddleback Lane .00 .00 .00 507103-09 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Spur Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507103-10 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Stallion .00 .00 .00 507103-11 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Stallion Circle .00 .00 .00 507103-12 Road Projects Horse Ranch - Trail Rider Lane .00 .00 .00 507104 Road Projects Melton Ranch .00 .00 .00 507104-01 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Lemond Circle .00 .00 .00 507104-02 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Lemond Place .00 .00 .00 507104-03 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Meadow Lane .00 .00 .00 507104-04 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Martingale Place .00 .00 .00 507104-05 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Meadow Road .00 .00 .00 507104-06 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Oak Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507104-07 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Oak Ridge Road .00 .00 .00 507104-08 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Sinclair Lane .00 .00 .00 507104-09 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Sinclair Road .00 .00 .00 507104-10 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Summit Lane .00 .00 .00 507104-11 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Terrace Drive .00 .00 .00 507104-12 Road Projects Melton Ranch - Wildridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507105 Road Projects Ridge Run .00 .00 .00 507105-01 Road Projects Ridge Run - Antler Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-02 Road Projects Ridge Run - Baby Doe Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-03 Road Projects Ridge Run - Buck Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-04 Road Projects Ridge Run - Deer Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-05 Road Projects Ridge Run - Deer Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-06 Road Projects Ridge Run - East Ridge Road .00 .00 .00 507105-07 Road Projects Ridge Run - Elk Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:59 AM Page 82 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 376 of 434 368 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 007 - Road Mill Levy Fund EXPENSE Capital 507105-08 Road Projects Ridge Run - Ermine Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-09 Road Projects Ridge Run - Faraway Road .00 .00 .00 507105-10 Road Projects Ridge Run - Maple Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-11 Road Projects Ridge Run - North Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-12 Road Projects Ridge Run - Ridge Road .00 .00 .00 507105-13 Road Projects Ridge Run - Stellar Lane .00 .00 .00 507105-14 Road Projects Ridge Run - View Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507106 Road Projects West Village .00 .00 .00 507106-01 Road Projects West Village - Burlingame Lane .00 .00 .00 507106-02 Road Projects West Village - Campground Lane .00 .00 .00 507106-03 Road Projects West Village - Carriageway .00 .00 .00 507106-04 Road Projects West Village - Daly Lane .00 .00 .00 507106-05 Road Projects West Village - Elbert Lane .00 .00 .00 507106-06 Road Projects West Village - Fall Lane .00 .00 .00 507106-07 Road Projects West Village - Gallun Lane .00 .00 .00 507106-08 Road Projects West Village - Lot 1 .00 .00 .00 507106-09 Road Projects West Village - Lot 2 .00 .00 .00 507106-10 Road Projects West Village - Lot 3 .00 .00 .00 507106-11 Road Projects West Village - Lot 4 .00 .00 .00 507106-12 Road Projects West Village - Lot 5 .00 .00 .00 507106-13 Road Projects West Village - Lot 6 .00 .00 .00 507106-14 Road Projects West Village - Lot 7 .00 .00 .00 507106-15 Road Projects West Village - Lot 8 .00 .00 .00 507106-16 Road Projects West Village - Lot 9 .00 .00 .00 507106-17 Road Projects West Village - Lot 10 .00 .00 .00 507106-18 Road Projects West Village - Lot 11 .00 .00 .00 507106-19 Road Projects West Village - Lot 12 .00 .00 .00 507106-20 Road Projects West Village - Lot 13 .00 .00 .00 507106-21 Road Projects West Village - TOV .00 .00 .00 507107 Road Projects Wood Run .00 .00 .00 507107-01 Road Projects Wood Run - Alpine Lane .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:59 AM Page 83 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 377 of 434 369 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 007 - Road Mill Levy Fund EXPENSE Capital 507107-02 Road Projects Wood Run - Bridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507107-03 Road Projects Wood Run - Creek Lane .00 .00 .00 507107-04 Road Projects Wood Run - Edgewood Lane .00 .00 .00 507107-05 Road Projects Wood Run - Forest Lane .00 .00 .00 507107-06 Road Projects Wood Run - Hidden Lane .00 .00 .00 507107-07 Road Projects Wood Run - Janss Lane .00 .00 .00 507107-08 Road Projects Wood Run - Little Lane .00 .00 .00 507107-09 Road Projects Wood Run - Stanton Lane .00 .00 .00 507107-10 Road Projects Wood Run - Village Run Circle .00 .00 .00 507107-11 Road Projects Wood Run - Wood Road .00 .00 .00 507108 Road Projects Two Creeks .00 .00 .00 507108-01 Road Projects Two Creeks - Blue Spruce Lane .00 .00 .00 507108-02 Road Projects Two Creeks - East Fork Lane .00 .00 .00 507108-03 Road Projects Two Creeks - Timber Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507108-04 Road Projects Two Creeks - Two Creeks Drive .00 .00 .00 507109 Road Projects The Pines .00 .00 .00 507109-01 Road Projects The Pines - Pinecrest Drive .00 .00 .00 507109-02 Road Projects The Pines - Spruce Ridge Lane .00 .00 .00 507110 Way Finding Signs 2,033.00 2,034.00 .00 507111 Crack Sealing .00 .00 .00 507112 Annual Maintenance 60,979.00 60,979.00 60,979.00 507113 Snowmelt BV Project .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $750,981.00 $750,981.00 $323,022.00 Transfers Out 510001 Transfer Out to General 1,856,803.00 1,914,938.00 1,982,652.00 510006 Transfer Out to RETT .00 .00 .00 510055 Transfer Out to CIP .00 .00 80,000.00 510056 Transfer Out CERF 350,000.00 350,000.00 350,000.00 Transfers Out Totals $2,206,803.00 $2,264,938.00 $2,412,652.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $3,025,898.00 $3,084,033.00 $2,804,349.00 Fund 007 - Road Mill Levy Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $2,530,930.00 $2,572,930.00 $2,560,269.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:59 AM Page 84 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 378 of 434 370 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget EXPENSE TOTALS $3,025,898.00 $3,084,033.00 $2,804,349.00 Fund 007 - Road Mill Levy Fund Totals ($494,968.00)($511,103.00)($244,080.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:59 AM Page 85 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 379 of 434 371 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 008 - Excise Tax Fund REVENUE Taxes 401006 Excise Tax 225,000.00 225,000.00 225,000.00 Taxes Totals $225,000.00 $225,000.00 $225,000.00 Intergovernmental Revenue 402005-07 Grants - CORE .00 .00 .00 Intergovernmental Revenue Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Contributions 406005 Housing Mitigation .00 .00 .00 Contributions Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 31,640.00 53,053.00 44,419.00 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 407007-04 Employee Housing - Rent Other 48,000.00 48,000.00 48,480.00 407008 Accounts Payable Write Offs .00 .00 .00 Miscellaneous Totals $79,640.00 $101,053.00 $92,899.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408001 Transfer In General .00 .00 .00 408055 Transfer In CIP .00 .00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Sale of Assets 410002 Excise Assets .00 .00 .00 410002-01 Excise Assets - Rodeo Place Phase I .00 .00 .00 410002-02 Excise Assets - Rodeo Place Phase II .00 .00 .00 410002-03 Excise Assets - Country Club Townhomes/Club Villas .00 .00 .00 Sale of Assets Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 REVENUE TOTALS $304,640.00 $326,053.00 $317,899.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:59 AM Page 86 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 380 of 434 372 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 008 - Excise Tax Fund EXPENSE Purchased Services 502030 Closing Costs .00 .00 .00 502031 Homeowners Assessment .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous 37,780.00 37,780.00 43,330.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $37,780.00 $37,780.00 $43,330.00 Capital 507020 Capital Other .00 .00 .00 507020-98 Capital Other - Rodeo Place Homes & Phase II .00 .00 .00 507020-99 Capital Other - Prior Year Projects .00 .00 .00 507021 Capital Projects Hard Costs .00 .00 .00 507021-01 Capital Projects Hard Costs - Development Charges .00 .00 .00 507021-02 Capital Projects Hard Costs - Site Construction .00 .00 .00 507021-03 Capital Projects Hard Costs - Contingency .00 .00 .00 507022 Capital Projects Soft Costs .00 .00 .00 507022-01 Capital Projects Soft Costs - Consultants .00 .00 .00 507022-02 Capital Projects Soft Costs - Other Costs ROI .00 .00 .00 507022-03 Capital Projects Soft Costs - Owners Rep .00 .00 .00 507022-04 Capital Projects Soft Costs - Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 507024 Capital - Employee Rental Housing .00 .00 .00 507026 Capital - Purchase of Employee Housing .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfers Out 510055 Transfer Out to CIP 450,000.00 450,000.00 400,000.00 Transfers Out Totals $450,000.00 $450,000.00 $400,000.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $487,780.00 $487,780.00 $443,330.00 Fund 008 - Excise Tax Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $304,640.00 $326,053.00 $317,899.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $487,780.00 $487,780.00 $443,330.00 Fund 008 - Excise Tax Fund Totals ($183,140.00)($161,727.00)($125,431.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:59 AM Page 87 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 381 of 434 373 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 009 - Marketing & Special Events Fund REVENUE Taxes 401003-03 Sales Taxes - Marketing 5,169,167.00 5,761,780.00 5,761,780.00 Taxes Totals $5,169,167.00 $5,761,780.00 $5,761,780.00 Charges for Service 404071-01 Event Revenue - Ticket Sales .00 .00 .00 Charges for Service Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Contributions 404071-02 Event Revenue - Sponsorships .00 .00 .00 406007-01 Donations - Events .00 .00 .00 406007-02 Donations - Ice Age Discovery .00 .00 .00 Contributions Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 34,000.00 75,178.00 71,000.00 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 407008 Accounts Payable Write Offs .00 .00 .00 407018-01 Co-op Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 407018-02 Co-op Reimbursement - Marketing 75,000.00 50,000.00 75,000.00 Miscellaneous Totals $109,000.00 $125,178.00 $146,000.00 REVENUE TOTALS $5,278,167.00 $5,886,958.00 $5,907,780.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:49:59 AM Page 88 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 382 of 434 374 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 009 - Marketing & Special Events Fund EXPENSE Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 681,621.00 681,621.00 744,297.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 15,255.00 15,255.00 16,878.00 501003-04 Payroll Benefits - Housing Allowance 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 48,920.00 48,920.00 57,619.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 9,073.00 9,073.00 9,428.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 5,042.00 5,042.00 7,962.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 226,797.00 226,797.00 252,269.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 6,735.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 2,705.00 2,705.00 3,031.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 1,491.00 1,491.00 1,562.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 3,999.00 3,999.00 4,137.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 84.00 84.00 74.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 5,226.00 5,226.00 5,453.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 2,075.00 2,075.00 2,263.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 692.00 692.00 701.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 10,000.00 6,000.00 10,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 41,200.00 35,000.00 42,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $1,094,180.00 $1,083,980.00 $1,204,409.00 Purchased Services 502001 Legal Fees Special Counsel .00 .00 .00 502002 Consultant .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 40,000.00 30,000.00 40,000.00 502004 Telephone 8,000.00 8,000.00 9,000.00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 502009-01 Mailing - Postage 3,090.00 3,090.00 1,500.00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 927.00 927.00 1,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:00 AM Page 89 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 383 of 434 375 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 009 - Marketing & Special Events Fund EXPENSE Purchased Services 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 502017 Audit 4,850.00 4,850.00 4,995.00 Purchased Services Totals $62,367.00 $52,367.00 $61,995.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 7,725.00 7,725.00 7,500.00 503003 Miscellaneous 31,930.00 31,930.00 32,000.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 6,000.00 6,000.00 7,000.00 503005-30 Supplies - Events 20,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 503006 Equipment .00 .00 .00 503007-01 Building Lease Payments - Rent 61,745.00 61,745.00 62,589.00 503007-02 Building Lease Payments - CAMS 8,500.00 8,500.00 7,782.00 503008-01 Insurance - Building 200.00 200.00 .00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 100.00 100.00 70.00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 1,070.00 1,070.00 1,070.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 987.00 987.00 987.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment .00 .00 .00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 2,100.00 2,100.00 2,100.00 503027 Office Equipment 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $144,357.00 $144,357.00 $145,098.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfers Out 510001 Transfer Out to General .00 .00 15,750.00 510055 Transfer Out to CIP 200,000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 510056 Transfer Out CERF .00 .00 15,609.00 Transfers Out Totals $200,000.00 $200,000.00 $231,359.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:00 AM Page 90 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 384 of 434 376 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 009 - Marketing & Special Events Fund EXPENSE Other Expenditures 511001 Write Offs Accounts Receivables .00 .00 .00 Other Expenditures Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Marketing 550001 Airline Support 17,500.00 17,500.00 16,500.00 550001-01 Airline Support - Delta .00 .00 .00 550002 Signage 22,500.00 2,250.00 22,500.00 550003 Premiums 32,000.00 32,000.00 32,000.00 550004-01 Summer Marketing - Collateral 98,000.00 98,000.00 77,000.00 550004-02 Summer Marketing - Advertising 800,000.00 662,500.00 787,500.00 550004-03 Summer Marketing - Photography 60,000.00 60,000.00 67,000.00 550005-01 Winter Marketing - Collateral 90,000.00 90,000.00 75,000.00 550005-02 Winter Marketing - Advertising 650,000.00 650,000.00 700,000.00 550005-03 Winter Marketing - Photography 60,000.00 60,000.00 66,000.00 550006-01 Online - Web Design & Maintenance 42,500.00 42,500.00 42,500.00 550006-02 Online - Social Media 82,500.00 82,500.00 113,000.00 550006-03 Online - Search Engine Optimization & Marketing 70,000.00 70,000.00 90,000.00 550006-04 Online - E-mail 28,325.00 28,325.00 55,000.00 550006-05 Online - Miscellaneous 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 550007 RRC Occupancy .00 .00 .00 550009 Competitive Analysis 30,740.00 30,740.00 30,000.00 550012 Ice Age Discovery Center 47,000.00 47,000.00 70,000.00 550013 Research Survey 15,000.00 15,000.00 20,000.00 550017 One Time Expenses 23,000.00 23,000.00 .00 Marketing Totals $2,179,065.00 $2,021,315.00 $2,274,000.00 Special Events 550008 Sponsorship Tool 11,576.00 11,576.00 12,000.00 550010 Summer Events 1,078,000.00 1,078,000.00 1,125,000.00 550010-01 Town Services 150,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 550011 Winter Events 375,000.00 425,000.00 436,250.00 Special Events Totals $1,614,576.00 $1,664,576.00 $1,723,250.00 Client Interaction and Public Relations 560001 Public Relations 206,000.00 145,000.00 208,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:00 AM Page 91 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 385 of 434 377 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 009 - Marketing & Special Events Fund EXPENSE Client Interaction and Public Relations 560002 Rebate 50,000.00 47,900.00 50,000.00 Client Interaction and Public Relations Totals $256,000.00 $192,900.00 $258,000.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $5,550,545.00 $5,359,495.00 $5,898,111.00 Fund 009 - Marketing & Special Events Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $5,278,167.00 $5,886,958.00 $5,907,780.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $5,550,545.00 $5,359,495.00 $5,898,111.00 Fund 009 - Marketing & Special Events Fund Totals ($272,378.00)$527,463.00 $9,669.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:00 AM Page 92 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 386 of 434 378 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 010 - Group Sales Fund REVENUE Taxes 401003-04 Sales Taxes - Lodging 2,049,521.00 2,254,694.00 2,254,694.00 Taxes Totals $2,049,521.00 $2,254,694.00 $2,254,694.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 24,000.00 52,890.00 46,500.00 407002 Penalty & Interest .00 .00 .00 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 407008 Accounts Payable Write Offs .00 .00 .00 407018-01 Co-op Reimbursement 1,000.00 1,000.00 .00 407056 Support for Groups 21,000.00 21,000.00 60,000.00 Miscellaneous Totals $46,000.00 $74,890.00 $106,500.00 REVENUE TOTALS $2,095,521.00 $2,329,584.00 $2,361,194.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:00 AM Page 93 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 387 of 434 379 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 010 - Group Sales Fund EXPENSE Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 702,506.00 635,580.00 689,380.00 501001-08 Payroll - Bonus .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 8,459.00 9,605.00 8,730.00 501003-04 Payroll Benefits - Housing Allowance .00 .00 .00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 50,047.00 45,872.00 55,744.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 10,259.00 9,626.00 10,069.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 88.00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 253,046.00 233,710.00 258,908.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 2,705.00 4,132.00 2,756.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 1,491.00 1,617.00 1,420.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 4,069.00 3,455.00 3,835.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 92.00 66.00 72.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 5,318.00 4,512.00 5,017.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 2,123.00 1,983.00 2,083.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 708.00 1,203.00 645.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 3,000.00 18,000.00 20,000.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 100,000.00 50,000.00 80,000.00 Personnel Services Totals $1,148,823.00 $1,024,449.00 $1,143,659.00 Purchased Services 502001 Legal Fees Special Counsel .00 .00 .00 502002 Consultant .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 45,000.00 45,000.00 75,000.00 502004 Telephone 6,500.00 6,500.00 6,000.00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 502009-01 Mailing - Postage 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:00 AM Page 94 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 388 of 434 380 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 010 - Group Sales Fund EXPENSE Purchased Services 502009-03 Mailing - Tradeshows 2,000.00 2,000.00 3,000.00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric .00 .00 .00 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 502017 Audit 2,464.00 2,464.00 2,538.00 Purchased Services Totals $63,464.00 $63,464.00 $94,038.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 503003 Miscellaneous 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 503005-01 Supplies - Office 4,000.00 4,000.00 5,000.00 503007-01 Building Lease Payments - Rent 55,745.00 55,745.00 56,588.00 503007-02 Building Lease Payments - CAMS .00 .00 .00 503008-01 Insurance - Building .00 .00 .00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle .00 .00 .00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 200.00 200.00 200.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies .00 .00 .00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment .00 .00 .00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor .00 .00 .00 503027 Office Equipment 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $83,945.00 $83,945.00 $85,788.00 Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfers Out 510001 Transfer Out to General .00 .00 15,750.00 510055 Transfer Out to CIP 200,000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 510056 Transfer Out CERF .00 .00 15,608.00 Transfers Out Totals $200,000.00 $200,000.00 $231,358.00 Marketing 550001 Airline Support 17,500.00 17,500.00 16,500.00 550001-01 Airline Support - Delta .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:00 AM Page 95 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 389 of 434 381 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 010 - Group Sales Fund EXPENSE Marketing 550009 Competitive Analysis .00 .00 .00 550013 Research Survey .00 .00 .00 550014-01 Marketing - Collateral 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 550014-02 Marketing - Industry Print Ads 20,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 550014-03 Marketing - Online 75,000.00 75,000.00 75,000.00 550015-01 Direct Sales - Tradeshows 60,000.00 25,000.00 66,500.00 550015-02 Direct Sales - Client Amenities/Premiums 41,200.00 41,200.00 42,500.00 550015-03 Direct Sales - Client Entertainment 61,800.00 25,000.00 50,000.00 550015-04 Direct Sales - FAM 105,000.00 66,000.00 111,500.00 550016 Support for Groups 257,500.00 230,000.00 267,000.00 550017 One Time Expenses .00 .00 .00 Marketing Totals $653,000.00 $514,700.00 $664,000.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $2,149,232.00 $1,886,558.00 $2,218,843.00 Fund 010 - Group Sales Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $2,095,521.00 $2,329,584.00 $2,361,194.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $2,149,232.00 $1,886,558.00 $2,218,843.00 Fund 010 - Group Sales Fund Totals ($53,711.00)$443,026.00 $142,351.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:01 AM Page 96 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 390 of 434 382 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 011 - Renewable Energy Offset REVENUE Charges for Service 404071 Special Events Revenue .00 .00 .00 404072 Renewable Energy Offset 10,000.00 2,500.00 10,000.00 Charges for Service Totals $10,000.00 $2,500.00 $10,000.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 3,840.00 4,572.00 4,110.00 Miscellaneous Totals $3,840.00 $4,572.00 $4,110.00 REVENUE TOTALS $13,840.00 $7,072.00 $14,110.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:01 AM Page 97 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 391 of 434 383 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 011 - Renewable Energy Offset EXPENSE Purchased Services 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous 10,000.00 10,000.00 15,000.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $15,000.00 Transfers Out 510055 Transfer Out to CIP .00 .00 .00 Transfers Out Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $15,000.00 Fund 011 - Renewable Energy Offset Totals REVENUE TOTALS $13,840.00 $7,072.00 $14,110.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $15,000.00 Fund 011 - Renewable Energy Offset Totals $3,840.00 ($2,928.00)($890.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:01 AM Page 98 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 392 of 434 384 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 012 - POST Grant REVENUE Intergovernmental Revenue 402005-09 Grants- Police Training 122,583.00 209,337.00 117,920.00 Intergovernmental Revenue Totals $122,583.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 REVENUE TOTALS $122,583.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:01 AM Page 99 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 393 of 434 385 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 012 - POST Grant EXPENSE POST Grant 565001 POST Training .00 .00 .00 565001-01 Krav Maga .00 .00 .00 565001-02 Crisis Intervention .00 .00 .00 565001-03 AR 15/M 16 Armorer .00 .00 .00 565001-04 PPCT Arrest Control .00 .00 .00 565001-05 Mini Spanish Immersion .00 .00 .00 565001-06 Community Oriented Policing .00 .00 .00 565001-07 High Country Leadership .00 .00 .00 565001-08 FTO .00 .00 .00 565001-09 Domestic Violence .00 .00 .00 565001-10 Armor Yourself .00 .00 .00 565001-11 Practical Search & Siezure .00 .00 .00 565001-12 Surviving Verbal Conflict .00 .00 .00 565001-13 Driving Skills Instructor .00 .00 .00 565001-14 Basic Accident Investigations .00 .00 .00 565001-15 Winter Driving .00 .00 .00 565001-16 Less Lethal Instructor .00 .00 .00 565001-17 Crisis Intervention .00 .00 .00 565001-18 ARIDE .00 .00 .00 565001-19 NHTSA SFST Trainer .00 .00 .00 565001-20 Dementia Speaks .00 .00 .00 565001-98 POST Training Jan-June 103,940.00 103,940.00 74,525.00 565001-99 POST Training July-Dec .00 39,405.00 .00 565002 POST Scholarships .00 .00 .00 565002-01 POST Scholarships Jan-June 1,935.00 1,935.00 14,547.00 565002-02 POST Scholarships July-Dec .00 25,000.00 .00 565003 POST Grant Contract Service .00 .00 .00 565003-01 POST Grant Contract Service Jan-June 11,138.00 11,138.00 8,899.00 565003-02 POST Grant Contract Service July-Dec .00 8,899.00 .00 565004 POST Equipment .00 .00 .00 565004-01 POST Equipment Jan-June .00 .00 15,500.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:01 AM Page 100 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 394 of 434 386 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 012 - POST Grant EXPENSE POST Grant 565004-02 POST Equipment July-Dec .00 9,000.00 .00 565005 POST Grant Management .00 .00 .00 565005-01 POST Grant Management Jan-June 5,570.00 5,570.00 4,449.00 565005-02 POST Grant Management July-Dec .00 4,450.00 .00 POST Grant Totals $122,583.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $122,583.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 Fund 012 - POST Grant Totals REVENUE TOTALS $122,583.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $122,583.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 Fund 012 - POST Grant Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:01 AM Page 101 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 395 of 434 387 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 050 - Debt Service Funds REVENUE Taxes 401001-01 Property Taxes - Current Taxes 813,683.00 813,683.00 261,891.00 Taxes Totals $813,683.00 $813,683.00 $261,891.00 Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income .00 .00 .00 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 Miscellaneous Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Other Financing Sources 413001 Proceeds From Bond Issue .00 .00 .00 413001-01 Proceeds from COP .00 .00 .00 413001-02 Proceeds from Note .00 .00 .00 413001-03 Issuance-Premium .00 .00 .00 Other Financing Sources Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 REVENUE TOTALS $813,683.00 $813,683.00 $261,891.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:01 AM Page 102 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 396 of 434 388 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 050 - Debt Service Funds EXPENSE Other Financing Uses 520004 Cost of Issuance .00 .00 .00 520004-01 Cost of Issuance - Underwriters Discount .00 .00 .00 520005 Refunding Bond Escrow .00 .00 .00 Other Financing Uses Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Debt Expense 520001 Bond Principal .00 .00 .00 520001-01 Bond Principal - Operations Facility .00 .00 .00 520001-02 Bond Principal - Road .00 .00 .00 520001-03 Bond Principal - Droste 520,000.00 520,000.00 .00 520001-04 Bond Principal - Rodeo .00 .00 .00 520001-05 Bond Principal - Pool .00 .00 .00 520001-06 Bond Principal - Recreation Center 225,000.00 225,000.00 225,000.00 520002 Bond Interest .00 .00 .00 520002-01 Bond Interest - Operations Facility .00 .00 .00 520002-02 Bond Interest - Road .00 .00 .00 520002-03 Bond Interest - Droste 26,000.00 26,000.00 .00 520002-04 Bond Interest - Rodeo .00 .00 .00 520002-05 Bond Interest - Pool .00 .00 .00 520002-06 Bond Interest - Recreation Center 40,683.00 40,683.00 35,891.00 520003 Bond Bank Fees .00 .00 .00 520003-01 Bond Bank Fees - Operations Facility .00 .00 .00 520003-02 Bond Bank Fees - Road .00 .00 .00 520003-03 Bond Bank Fees - Droste 1,000.00 1,000.00 .00 520003-04 Bond Bank Fees - Rodeo .00 .00 .00 520003-05 Bond Bank Fees - Pool .00 .00 .00 520003-06 Bond Bank Fees - Recreation Center 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 Debt Expense Totals $813,683.00 $813,683.00 $261,891.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $813,683.00 $813,683.00 $261,891.00 Fund 050 - Debt Service Funds Totals REVENUE TOTALS $813,683.00 $813,683.00 $261,891.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $813,683.00 $813,683.00 $261,891.00 Fund 050 - Debt Service Funds Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:01 AM Page 103 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 397 of 434 389 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program REVENUE Intergovernmental Revenue 402009 DOLA .00 150,000.00 50,000.00 Intergovernmental Revenue Totals $0.00 $150,000.00 $50,000.00 Contributions 406008 EOTC 350,000.00 50,000.00 600,000.00 406010 CORE .00 110,000.00 .00 Contributions Totals $350,000.00 $160,000.00 $600,000.00 Miscellaneous 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 67,000.00 50,000.00 Miscellaneous Totals $0.00 $67,000.00 $50,000.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408001 Transfer In General 2,528,571.00 2,528,571.00 500,000.00 408006 Transfer In RETT 1,248,356.00 1,248,356.00 420,000.00 408007 Transfer In Road .00 .00 80,000.00 408008 Transfer In Excise 450,000.00 450,000.00 400,000.00 408009 Transfer in Marketing 200,000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 408010 Transfer In Group Sales 200,000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 408011 Transfer In REOP .00 .00 .00 408060 Transfer In Housing .00 .00 1,700,000.00 408061 Transfer In Mountain View 400,000.00 400,000.00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $5,026,927.00 $5,026,927.00 $3,500,000.00 REVENUE TOTALS $5,376,927.00 $5,403,927.00 $4,200,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 104 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 398 of 434 390 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Capital 507020 Capital Other .00 .00 .00 507020-99 Capital Other - Prior Year Projects .00 .00 .00 507021 Capital Projects Hard Costs .00 .00 .00 507021-01 Capital Projects Hard Costs - Development Charges .00 .00 .00 507021-02 Capital Projects Hard Costs - Site Construction .00 .00 .00 507021-03 Capital Projects Hard Costs - Contingency .00 .00 .00 507022 Capital Projects Soft Costs .00 .00 .00 507022-01 Capital Projects Soft Costs - Consultants .00 .00 .00 507022-02 Capital Projects Soft Costs - Other Costs ROI .00 .00 .00 507022-03 Capital Projects Soft Costs - Owners Rep .00 .00 .00 507022-04 Capital Projects Soft Costs - Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 105 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 399 of 434 391 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 71 - Facilities Division 50 - General Government Capital 571001 MBCx Project 50,000.00 50,000.00 .00 571002 Marketing Reconfiguration Improvements 71,996.00 .00 71,996.00 571003 Town Hall Parking Expansion .00 .00 .00 571302 Public Works Facility Fuel Island .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $121,996.00 $50,000.00 $71,996.00 Division 50 - General Government Totals $121,996.00 $50,000.00 $71,996.00 Division 52 - Transportation and Fleet Capital 571402 Town Park Station Concrete Project 105,447.00 2,061.00 103,386.00 571403 Mall - RFTA Depot 350,000.00 50,000.00 600,000.00 571405 Parcel C Restroom Repair & Remodel .00 .00 .00 571406 Meadow Ranch Bus Stop Project 242,000.00 242,000.00 .00 571408 Daly Lane Depot Roof .00 .00 50,000.00 Capital Totals $697,447.00 $294,061.00 $753,386.00 Division 52 - Transportation and Fleet Totals $697,447.00 $294,061.00 $753,386.00 Division 53 - Cultural and Recreational Capital 571501 Facility Town Park .00 .00 100,000.00 571504 Pool Refurbishment .00 .00 175,000.00 571508 Rec Center - Pool Rehabilitation .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $275,000.00 Division 53 - Cultural and Recreational Totals $0.00 $0.00 $275,000.00 Department 71 - Facilities Totals $819,443.00 $344,061.00 $1,100,382.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 106 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 400 of 434 392 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 72 - Land and Land Improvements Division 55 - Parks and Trails Capital 572000 Hard Surface Trail Improvements 158,112.00 158,112.00 150,000.00 572001 Bike Skills Trail .00 .00 45,000.00 572004 Softball Field Redesign .00 .00 .00 572006 Ice Rink Relocation 25,000.00 25,000.00 .00 572007 Town Park Station Pond-Outlet Structure Improvements 71,417.00 71,417.00 .00 572008 Ice Rink Equipment .00 .00 .00 572012 Soft Surface Trail Improvements 25,000.00 25,000.00 .00 572014 Skatepark Repairs .00 .00 .00 572016 Daly Townhomes Retaining Wall .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $279,529.00 $279,529.00 $195,000.00 Division 55 - Parks and Trails Totals $279,529.00 $279,529.00 $195,000.00 Department 72 - Land and Land Improvements Totals $279,529.00 $279,529.00 $195,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 107 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 401 of 434 393 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 73 - Roads Division 56 - Streetscape Capital 573001 Retaining Wall Replacement Program 85,000.00 85,000.00 75,000.00 573002 Guardrail Relplacement Program 25,000.00 25,000.00 .00 573003 Median Improvements 34,895.00 .00 34,895.00 Capital Totals $144,895.00 $110,000.00 $109,895.00 Division 56 - Streetscape Totals $144,895.00 $110,000.00 $109,895.00 Division 57 - Street Improvements Capital 573200 Brush Creek/Wood Road Intersection Improvements .00 .00 .00 573201 Brush Creek/Owl Creek Road Intersection Improvements 197,627.00 197,627.00 .00 573202 Bridge Program 40,000.00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $237,627.00 $197,627.00 $0.00 Division 57 - Street Improvements Totals $237,627.00 $197,627.00 $0.00 Division 58 - Multi Modal/Alternative Mobility Capital 573600 Way Finding Sign Program .00 .00 .00 573601 Fairway 3 Bike Path Restoration Project .00 .00 .00 573604 Hard Surface Trail Improvements .00 .00 .00 573606 Wood Bridge Maintenance/Upgrades .00 .00 .00 573607 Trail Way Finding Program .00 .00 .00 573610 Brush Creek Road Crossing Improvements .00 .00 .00 573616 Brush Creek Road Pedestrian Improvements - Mtn View to Mall .00 .00 60,000.00 573617 Brush Creek Road Pedestrian Improvements-Sinclair Road Intersect 43,510.00 43,510.00 .00 573618 Brush Creek Road Pedestrian Improvements-Town Park Station 18,777.00 18,777.00 .00 573625 Brush Creek Road to Brush Creek Lane .00 .00 50,000.00 Capital Totals $62,287.00 $62,287.00 $110,000.00 Division 58 - Multi Modal/Alternative Mobility Totals $62,287.00 $62,287.00 $110,000.00 Department 73 - Roads Totals $444,809.00 $369,914.00 $219,895.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 108 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 402 of 434 394 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 74 - Utilities Division 61 - Utilities Capital 574000 MBCx Snowmelt Implementation Design 14,292.00 14,292.00 .00 574001 Snowmelt BV Controls Project .00 .00 .00 574002 Snowmelt Lot 2 Boiler Replacement Project 1,224,183.00 1,224,183.00 .00 574003 Snowmelt Parcel C Boiler Replacement Project 1,691,286.00 1,691,286.00 .00 574004 Snowmelt TOV Boiler Replacement Project .00 .00 50,000.00 574005 Snowmelt BV Boiler Project .00 .00 30,000.00 574007 Upper Town Hall Entry and Lights 7,000.00 7,000.00 .00 574008 Solar Renewables Project 896,886.00 672,000.00 224,886.00 574009 Micro Hydro Renewables Project 96,000.00 72,000.00 24,000.00 Capital Totals $3,929,647.00 $3,680,761.00 $328,886.00 Division 61 - Utilities Totals $3,929,647.00 $3,680,761.00 $328,886.00 Department 74 - Utilities Totals $3,929,647.00 $3,680,761.00 $328,886.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 109 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 403 of 434 395 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 75 - Stormwater and Drainage Division 62 - Stormwater and Drainage Capital 575000 Stormwater and Drainage 32,521.00 .00 32,521.00 Capital Totals $32,521.00 $0.00 $32,521.00 Division 62 - Stormwater and Drainage Totals $32,521.00 $0.00 $32,521.00 Department 75 - Stormwater and Drainage Totals $32,521.00 $0.00 $32,521.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 110 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 404 of 434 396 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 76 - Strategic Planning Division 64 - Planning and Consulting Capital 576100 Community Plan Update 5,533.00 5,533.00 .00 576102 Parks, Open Space, Trails and Rec Master Plan POSTR .00 .00 .00 576103 Community Connectivity Plan .00 .00 .00 576104 Entryway (Phase III) Planning Project 30,000.00 30,000.00 .00 Capital Totals $35,533.00 $35,533.00 $0.00 Division 64 - Planning and Consulting Totals $35,533.00 $35,533.00 $0.00 Department 76 - Strategic Planning Totals $35,533.00 $35,533.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 111 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 405 of 434 397 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 77 - Communications and Technology Division 69 - Communications and Technology Capital 577000 Parking Lot Permitting System .00 .00 .00 577001 GIS Systems Enhancement .00 .00 .00 577003 Enterprise Content Management -Laserfiche .00 .00 .00 577004 Network Cabling Enhancements .00 .00 .00 577006 Municipal Fiber Network or Wireless Mesh 25,000.00 .00 25,000.00 577007 Council Chambers and Meeting Room AV .00 .00 .00 577008 800 Mhz Radio System 10,000.00 10,000.00 .00 Capital Totals $35,000.00 $10,000.00 $25,000.00 Division 69 - Communications and Technology Totals $35,000.00 $10,000.00 $25,000.00 Department 77 - Communications and Technology Totals $35,000.00 $10,000.00 $25,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 112 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 406 of 434 398 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 78 - Housing Division 65 - Housing Projects Capital 578000 Creekside exterior housing renovations .00 .00 .00 578002 Brush Creek & Palisades- Building Renovations .00 .00 .00 578005 Mountain View I Renovation Design .00 .00 200,000.00 578007 Coffey Place 3,194,531.00 2,600,000.00 2,094,531.00 578008 Housing Land Opportunities 50,000.00 25,000.00 225,000.00 578009 Carriageway Apartments 800,000.00 800,000.00 .00 578010 Daly Townhomes Retaining Wall .00 .00 200,000.00 Capital Totals $4,044,531.00 $3,425,000.00 $2,719,531.00 Division 65 - Housing Projects Totals $4,044,531.00 $3,425,000.00 $2,719,531.00 Department 78 - Housing Totals $4,044,531.00 $3,425,000.00 $2,719,531.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 113 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 407 of 434 399 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program EXPENSE Department 79 - Other CIP Division 66 - Solid Waste Capital 579001 Solid Waste Management Plan 20,000.00 20,000.00 .00 579002 Town Hall Trash/Recycle Dumpster Shed 36,500.00 .00 36,500.00 Capital Totals $56,500.00 $20,000.00 $36,500.00 Division 66 - Solid Waste Totals $56,500.00 $20,000.00 $36,500.00 Division 70 - Snowmass Tourism Capital 579300 Snowmass Tourism Product Enhancement 400,000.00 45,000.00 400,000.00 Capital Totals $400,000.00 $45,000.00 $400,000.00 Division 70 - Snowmass Tourism Totals $400,000.00 $45,000.00 $400,000.00 Department 79 - Other CIP Totals $456,500.00 $65,000.00 $436,500.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $10,077,513.00 $8,209,798.00 $5,057,715.00 Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program Totals REVENUE TOTALS $5,376,927.00 $5,403,927.00 $4,200,000.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $10,077,513.00 $8,209,798.00 $5,057,715.00 Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program Totals ($4,700,586.00)($2,805,871.00)($857,715.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 114 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 408 of 434 400 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 056 - Capital Equipment Reserve Fund REVENUE Intergovernmental Revenue 402005-04 Grants - FTA/State Grants 50,000.00 .00 .00 Intergovernmental Revenue Totals $50,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408001 Transfer In General 330,000.00 330,000.00 330,000.00 408006 Transfer In RETT .00 .00 .00 408006-01 Transfer In RETT - Parks and Trails 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 408006-02 Transfer In RETT - Pool and Recreation 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 408006-03 Transfer In RETT - Transportation 705,000.00 705,000.00 1,000,000.00 408007 Transfer In Road 350,000.00 350,000.00 350,000.00 408009 Transfer in Marketing .00 .00 15,609.00 408010 Transfer In Group Sales .00 .00 15,608.00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $1,420,000.00 $1,420,000.00 $1,746,217.00 REVENUE TOTALS $1,470,000.00 $1,420,000.00 $1,746,217.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:02 AM Page 115 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 409 of 434 401 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 056 - Capital Equipment Reserve Fund EXPENSE Capital 507004 Capital Town Clerk .00 .00 .00 507006 Capital Community Development .00 .00 .00 507007 Capital Public Safety 340,500.00 340,500.00 .00 507008 Capital Transportation 141,918.00 141,759.00 208,092.00 507009-11 Capital Parks & Recreation - Parks and Trails CERF .00 .00 .00 507009-12 Capital Parks & Recreation - Pool and Rec CERF .00 .00 .00 507010 Capital Facility Management .00 .00 .00 507011 Capital Road 8,000.00 8,000.00 278,471.00 507012 Capital Solid Waste 315,868.00 278,256.00 217,805.00 507013 Capital Shop .00 .00 .00 507016 Capital Public Works Admin .00 .00 .00 507019 Capital Marketing .00 .00 31,217.00 Capital Totals $806,286.00 $768,515.00 $735,585.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $806,286.00 $768,515.00 $735,585.00 Fund 056 - Capital Equipment Reserve Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $1,470,000.00 $1,420,000.00 $1,746,217.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $806,286.00 $768,515.00 $735,585.00 Fund 056 - Capital Equipment Reserve Fund Totals $663,714.00 $651,485.00 $1,010,632.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:03 AM Page 116 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 410 of 434 402 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 060 - Housing Fund REVENUE Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income 58,620.00 140,834.00 114,900.00 407003 Miscellaneous Income 900.00 900.00 800.00 407050 Labor Material Supplies 2,350.00 2,350.00 2,350.00 407051 Late Fees and NSF Fees 2,900.00 2,900.00 2,300.00 407052 Laundry 30,800.00 30,800.00 29,500.00 407053 Application Fees 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 407054 Resale Fees 4,000.00 6,000.00 5,000.00 407055 Parking Fees 3,000.00 3,000.00 2,500.00 Miscellaneous Totals $105,070.00 $189,284.00 $159,850.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408001 Transfer In General .00 .00 .00 408061 Transfer In Mountain View .00 .00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Rental Income 411001-01 Rent - Brush Creek 181,200.00 181,200.00 184,260.00 411001-02 Rent - Creekside 587,460.00 588,480.00 598,380.00 411001-03 Rent - Palisades 257,760.00 257,760.00 262,080.00 411001-04 Rent - Villas North 373,680.00 373,680.00 379,680.00 411001-05 Rent - Vacancy Factor (6,500.00)(6,500.00)(6,500.00) 411001-06 Rent - Mountain View 1,077,360.00 1,077,360.00 1,094,160.00 411001-07 Rent - Mountain View II 265,920.00 265,920.00 269,760.00 Rental Income Totals $2,736,880.00 $2,737,900.00 $2,781,820.00 Non-Operating 412002 Contributed Capital .00 .00 .00 Non-Operating Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 REVENUE TOTALS $2,841,950.00 $2,927,184.00 $2,941,670.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:03 AM Page 117 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 411 of 434 403 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 060 - Housing Fund EXPENSE Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 339,210.00 339,210.00 304,038.00 501001-05 Payroll - Receptionist 104,678.00 104,678.00 145,791.00 501001-06 Payroll - Snowremoval .00 .00 .00 501001-07 Payroll - Groundskeeper 23,008.00 23,008.00 54,638.00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular 5,000.00 5,000.00 6,000.00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit 9,040.00 9,040.00 9,312.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 33,292.00 33,292.00 43,294.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 6,171.00 6,171.00 7,067.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica 3,544.00 3,544.00 1,766.00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 210,632.00 210,632.00 267,061.00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance 8,648.00 8,648.00 8,981.00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement 4,324.00 4,324.00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance 2,525.00 2,525.00 2,940.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 1,392.00 1,392.00 1,515.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 3,069.00 3,069.00 3,212.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 68.00 68.00 77.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 4,045.00 4,045.00 4,226.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 1,415.00 1,415.00 1,531.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 5,945.00 5,945.00 6,752.00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations 1,300.00 1,300.00 1,300.00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses 750.00 750.00 750.00 Personnel Services Totals $768,056.00 $768,056.00 $870,251.00 Purchased Services 502001 Legal Fees Special Counsel .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service 90,000.00 40,000.00 77,700.00 502003-04 Contract Service - Fire Extinguisher Maintenance 1,825.00 1,825.00 1,825.00 502003-05 Contract Service - Backflow Test & Maintenance 3,300.00 3,300.00 3,300.00 502003-06 Contract Service - Boiler Inspections Cleaning 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,650.00 502004 Telephone 800.00 800.00 800.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:03 AM Page 118 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 412 of 434 404 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 060 - Housing Fund EXPENSE Purchased Services 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General 700.00 700.00 700.00 502006-06 Building Maintenance - Carpet Labor 16,200.00 16,200.00 16,200.00 502006-07 Building Maintenance - Carpet Cleaning 4,250.00 4,250.00 4,250.00 502006-08 Building Maintenance - Drapery Cleaning 300.00 300.00 300.00 502006-09 Building Maintenance - Formica Repairs 750.00 750.00 750.00 502006-10 Building Maintenance - Painting .00 .00 .00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier 610.00 610.00 610.00 502007-02 Maintenance Agreements - Software 16,000.00 16,000.00 9,650.00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios 400.00 400.00 400.00 502009-01 Mailing - Postage 50.00 50.00 50.00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping 50.00 50.00 25.00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation 143,910.00 143,910.00 151,499.00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas 33,994.00 33,994.00 33,153.00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric 31,602.00 31,602.00 32,551.00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash 48,521.00 48,521.00 48,521.00 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier 1,850.00 1,850.00 1,850.00 502017 Audit 8,791.00 8,791.00 9,054.00 502021 Professional Services 6,950.00 6,950.00 6,950.00 502024 Weed Control 650.00 650.00 650.00 502028 Bank/Trustee Fees 600.00 600.00 700.00 502029 Accounting & Administrative Fee 31,298.00 31,298.00 32,236.00 Purchased Services Totals $446,101.00 $396,101.00 $436,874.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other 5,875.00 5,875.00 5,800.00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions 1,082.00 1,082.00 600.00 503003 Miscellaneous 475.00 475.00 475.00 503004 Printing 375.00 375.00 375.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:03 AM Page 119 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 413 of 434 405 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 060 - Housing Fund EXPENSE Operating & Maintenance 503005-01 Supplies - Office 1,450.00 1,450.00 1,450.00 503005-02 Supplies - Building 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning 1,750.00 1,750.00 1,750.00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools 1,250.00 1,250.00 1,250.00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping 1,175.00 1,175.00 1,175.00 503005-21 Supplies - Carpet 21,000.00 21,000.00 21,000.00 503005-22 Supplies - Maintenance 16,400.00 16,400.00 16,400.00 503005-23 Supplies - Painting 4,700.00 4,700.00 4,700.00 503005-24 Supplies - Plumbing 3,100.00 3,100.00 3,100.00 503005-25 Supplies - Laundry 575.00 575.00 575.00 503005-26 Supplies - Appliance Parts 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 503005-27 Supplies - Siding 525.00 525.00 525.00 503006 Equipment 2,600.00 2,600.00 2,600.00 503008-01 Insurance - Building 84,927.00 84,927.00 93,420.00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle 513.00 513.00 634.00 503008-03 Insurance - Other .00 .00 .00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel 3,852.00 3,852.00 3,852.00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies 2,600.00 2,600.00 2,600.00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment 600.00 600.00 600.00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor 1,800.00 1,800.00 1,800.00 503012-01 Public Relations - Tenant Party 900.00 900.00 900.00 503013 Uniforms 2,400.00 2,400.00 2,400.00 503025 PMH Resale Expenses 400.00 400.00 400.00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $163,524.00 $163,524.00 $171,581.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment 4,000.00 4,000.00 1,000.00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 507001-06 Cash Purchases - Land Improvements 1,000.00 1,000.00 16,500.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:04 AM Page 120 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 414 of 434 406 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 060 - Housing Fund EXPENSE Capital 507001-07 Cash Purchases - Buildings 7,525.00 7,525.00 1,000.00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures 5,085.00 5,085.00 5,000.00 507001-13 Cash Purchases - Housing 130,000.00 130,000.00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other 136,738.00 134,905.00 25,600.00 507023-01 Renovations - Brush Creek .00 .00 .00 507023-02 Renovations - Creekside .00 .00 .00 507023-03 Renovations - Palisades .00 .00 .00 507023-04 Renovations - Villas North .00 .00 .00 507025 Reserves Used 85,710.00 76,545.00 12,400.00 507025-05 Reserves Used - Mountain View 19,000.00 19,000.00 24,000.00 507025-06 Reserves Used - Mountain View II 45,400.00 45,400.00 55,915.00 Capital Totals $435,958.00 $424,960.00 $142,915.00 Transfers Out 510001 Transfer Out to General .00 .00 .00 510055 Transfer Out to CIP 400,000.00 400,000.00 1,700,000.00 510061 Transfer Out to Mountain View .00 .00 .00 510062 Transfer Out to Mountain View II .00 .00 .00 510063 Transfer Out to Carriageway 5,000.00 5,000.00 .00 Transfers Out Totals $405,000.00 $405,000.00 $1,700,000.00 Debt Expense 520002 Bond Interest .00 .00 .00 520003 Bond Bank Fees .00 .00 .00 Debt Expense Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Non Operating 530001-01 Depreciation - Brush Creek 46,511.00 46,511.00 48,875.00 530001-02 Depreciation - Creekside 73,787.00 73,787.00 73,788.00 530001-03 Depreciation - Palisades 66,715.00 69,060.00 69,060.00 530001-04 Depreciation - Villas North .00 1,403.00 1,403.00 530001-05 Depreciation - Mountain View 19,994.00 19,994.00 19,995.00 530001-06 Depreciation - Mountain View II 113,507.00 113,507.00 47,438.00 530001-07 Depreciation - Furniture and Fixtures .00 .00 .00 530001-08 Depreciation - Equipment 445.00 445.00 1,062.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:04 AM Page 121 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 415 of 434 407 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 060 - Housing Fund EXPENSE Non Operating 530001-09 Depreciation - Vehicles 6,546.00 6,115.00 6,115.00 530001-10 Depreciation - Housing Expansion 4,966.00 4,966.00 4,966.00 530001-11 Depreciation - Mobile Equipment 954.00 954.00 954.00 530002 Amortization .00 .00 .00 530099 Asset Disposal .00 .00 .00 Non Operating Totals $333,425.00 $336,742.00 $273,656.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $2,552,064.00 $2,494,383.00 $3,595,277.00 Fund 060 - Housing Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $2,841,950.00 $2,927,184.00 $2,941,670.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $2,552,064.00 $2,494,383.00 $3,595,277.00 Fund 060 - Housing Fund Totals $289,886.00 $432,801.00 ($653,607.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:04 AM Page 122 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 416 of 434 408 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 061 - Mountain View Fund REVENUE Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income .00 .00 .00 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 407050 Labor Material Supplies .00 .00 .00 407051 Late Fees and NSF Fees .00 .00 .00 407052 Laundry .00 .00 .00 407054 Resale Fees .00 .00 .00 407055 Parking Fees .00 .00 .00 Miscellaneous Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408001 Transfer In General .00 .00 .00 408060 Transfer In Housing .00 .00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Rental Income 411001-05 Rent - Vacancy Factor .00 .00 .00 411001-06 Rent - Mountain View .00 .00 .00 Rental Income Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Non-Operating 412001 Amortization Bond Premium .00 .00 .00 Non-Operating Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Other Financing Sources 413001 Proceeds From Bond Issue .00 .00 .00 Other Financing Sources Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 REVENUE TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:04 AM Page 123 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 417 of 434 409 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 061 - Mountain View Fund EXPENSE Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular .00 .00 .00 501001-05 Payroll - Receptionist .00 .00 .00 501001-06 Payroll - Snowremoval .00 .00 .00 501001-07 Payroll - Groundskeeper .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit .00 .00 .00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement .00 .00 .00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare .00 .00 .00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D .00 .00 .00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life .00 .00 .00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability .00 .00 .00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp .00 .00 .00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations .00 .00 .00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Purchased Services 502001 Legal Fees Special Counsel .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 502003-04 Contract Service - Fire Extinguisher Maintenance .00 .00 .00 502003-05 Contract Service - Backflow Test & Maintenance .00 .00 .00 502003-06 Contract Service - Boiler Inspections Cleaning .00 .00 .00 502004 Telephone .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:04 AM Page 124 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 418 of 434 410 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 061 - Mountain View Fund EXPENSE Purchased Services 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General .00 .00 .00 502006-06 Building Maintenance - Carpet Labor .00 .00 .00 502006-07 Building Maintenance - Carpet Cleaning .00 .00 .00 502006-08 Building Maintenance - Drapery Cleaning .00 .00 .00 502006-09 Building Maintenance - Formica Repairs .00 .00 .00 502006-10 Building Maintenance - Painting .00 .00 .00 502007-01 Maintenance Agreements - Copier .00 .00 .00 502007-02 Maintenance Agreements - Software .00 .00 .00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios .00 .00 .00 502009-01 Mailing - Postage .00 .00 .00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation .00 .00 .00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric .00 .00 .00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502013-01 Leased Equipment - Copier .00 .00 .00 502017 Audit .00 .00 .00 502021 Professional Services .00 .00 .00 502024 Weed Control .00 .00 .00 502028 Bank/Trustee Fees .00 .00 .00 502029 Accounting & Administrative Fee .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503004 Printing .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:05 AM Page 125 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 419 of 434 411 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 061 - Mountain View Fund EXPENSE Operating & Maintenance 503005-01 Supplies - Office .00 .00 .00 503005-02 Supplies - Building .00 .00 .00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning .00 .00 .00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools .00 .00 .00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping .00 .00 .00 503005-21 Supplies - Carpet .00 .00 .00 503005-22 Supplies - Maintenance .00 .00 .00 503005-23 Supplies - Painting .00 .00 .00 503005-24 Supplies - Plumbing .00 .00 .00 503005-25 Supplies - Laundry .00 .00 .00 503005-26 Supplies - Appliance Parts .00 .00 .00 503005-27 Supplies - Siding .00 .00 .00 503006 Equipment .00 .00 .00 503008-01 Insurance - Building .00 .00 .00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle .00 .00 .00 503008-03 Insurance - Other .00 .00 .00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel .00 .00 .00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies .00 .00 .00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment .00 .00 .00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor .00 .00 .00 503012-01 Public Relations - Tenant Party .00 .00 .00 503013 Uniforms .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-06 Cash Purchases - Land Improvements .00 .00 .00 507001-07 Cash Purchases - Buildings .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:05 AM Page 126 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 420 of 434 412 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 061 - Mountain View Fund EXPENSE Capital 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 507025 Reserves Used .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfers Out 510001 Transfer Out to General .00 .00 .00 510055 Transfer Out to CIP .00 .00 .00 510060 Transfer Out to Housing .00 .00 .00 510062 Transfer Out to Mountain View II .00 .00 .00 Transfers Out Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Debt Expense 520002 Bond Interest .00 .00 .00 520003 Bond Bank Fees .00 .00 .00 Debt Expense Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Non Operating 530001-05 Depreciation - Mountain View .00 .00 .00 530001-07 Depreciation - Furniture and Fixtures .00 .00 .00 530001-08 Depreciation - Equipment .00 .00 .00 530001-09 Depreciation - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 530001-11 Depreciation - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 530002 Amortization .00 .00 .00 530099 Asset Disposal .00 .00 .00 Non Operating Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Fund 061 - Mountain View Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Fund 061 - Mountain View Fund Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:05 AM Page 127 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 421 of 434 413 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund REVENUE Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income .00 .00 .00 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 407050 Labor Material Supplies .00 .00 .00 407051 Late Fees and NSF Fees .00 .00 .00 407052 Laundry .00 .00 .00 407055 Parking Fees .00 .00 .00 Miscellaneous Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408001 Transfer In General .00 .00 .00 408060 Transfer In Housing .00 .00 .00 408061 Transfer In Mountain View .00 .00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Rental Income 411001-05 Rent - Vacancy Factor .00 .00 .00 411001-07 Rent - Mountain View II .00 .00 .00 Rental Income Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Non-Operating 412001 Amortization Bond Premium .00 .00 .00 Non-Operating Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 REVENUE TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:05 AM Page 128 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 422 of 434 414 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund EXPENSE Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular .00 .00 .00 501001-05 Payroll - Receptionist .00 .00 .00 501001-06 Payroll - Snowremoval .00 .00 .00 501001-07 Payroll - Groundskeeper .00 .00 .00 501002-01 Payroll Overtime Regular .00 .00 .00 501003 Payroll Benefits .00 .00 .00 501003-01 Payroll Benefits - Recreation Benefit .00 .00 .00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement .00 .00 .00 501003-07 Payroll Benefits - Police Retirement .00 .00 .00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare .00 .00 .00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-11 Payroll Benefits - Seasonal Health Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-12 Payroll Benefits - Health Reimbursement .00 .00 .00 501003-13 Payroll Benefits - Dental Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D .00 .00 .00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life .00 .00 .00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability .00 .00 .00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance .00 .00 .00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp .00 .00 .00 501003-21 Payroll Benefits - Taxable Life .00 .00 .00 501004 Training/ Registrations .00 .00 .00 501005 Travel & Meeting Expenses .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Purchased Services 502001 Legal Fees Special Counsel .00 .00 .00 502003 Contract Service .00 .00 .00 502003-04 Contract Service - Fire Extinguisher Maintenance .00 .00 .00 502003-05 Contract Service - Backflow Test & Maintenance .00 .00 .00 502003-06 Contract Service - Boiler Inspections Cleaning .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:06 AM Page 129 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 423 of 434 415 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund EXPENSE Purchased Services 502004 Telephone .00 .00 .00 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General .00 .00 .00 502006-06 Building Maintenance - Carpet Labor .00 .00 .00 502006-07 Building Maintenance - Carpet Cleaning .00 .00 .00 502006-08 Building Maintenance - Drapery Cleaning .00 .00 .00 502006-09 Building Maintenance - Formica Repairs .00 .00 .00 502006-10 Building Maintenance - Painting .00 .00 .00 502007-02 Maintenance Agreements - Software .00 .00 .00 502008-01 Repairs - Equipment .00 .00 .00 502008-02 Repairs - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 502008-03 Repairs - Radios .00 .00 .00 502009-01 Mailing - Postage .00 .00 .00 502009-02 Mailing - Freight & Shipping .00 .00 .00 502010 Utilities .00 .00 .00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation .00 .00 .00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric .00 .00 .00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502017 Audit .00 .00 .00 502021 Professional Services .00 .00 .00 502024 Weed Control .00 .00 .00 502028 Bank/Trustee Fees .00 .00 .00 502029 Accounting & Administrative Fee .00 .00 .00 Purchased Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Operating & Maintenance 503001-02 Advertising - Jobs .00 .00 .00 503001-05 Advertising - Other .00 .00 .00 503002 Dues, Memberships, Subscriptions .00 .00 .00 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503004 Printing .00 .00 .00 503005-01 Supplies - Office .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:06 AM Page 130 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 424 of 434 416 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund EXPENSE Operating & Maintenance 503005-02 Supplies - Building .00 .00 .00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning .00 .00 .00 503005-09 Supplies - Tools .00 .00 .00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping .00 .00 .00 503005-21 Supplies - Carpet .00 .00 .00 503005-22 Supplies - Maintenance .00 .00 .00 503005-23 Supplies - Painting .00 .00 .00 503005-24 Supplies - Plumbing .00 .00 .00 503005-25 Supplies - Laundry .00 .00 .00 503005-26 Supplies - Appliance Parts .00 .00 .00 503005-27 Supplies - Siding .00 .00 .00 503006 Equipment .00 .00 .00 503008-01 Insurance - Building .00 .00 .00 503008-02 Insurance - Vehicle .00 .00 .00 503008-03 Insurance - Other .00 .00 .00 503009-01 Vehicle Expenses - Fuel .00 .00 .00 503009-02 Vehicle Expenses - Oil .00 .00 .00 503009-03 Vehicle Expenses - Parts & Supplies .00 .00 .00 503009-04 Vehicle Expenses - Equipment .00 .00 .00 503009-06 Vehicle Expenses - Labor .00 .00 .00 503012-01 Public Relations - Tenant Party .00 .00 .00 503013 Uniforms .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Capital 507001-01 Cash Purchases - Vehicles .00 .00 .00 507001-02 Cash Purchases - Mobile Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-03 Cash Purchases - Equipment .00 .00 .00 507001-04 Cash Purchases - Office .00 .00 .00 507001-05 Cash Purchases - Computer .00 .00 .00 507001-06 Cash Purchases - Land Improvements .00 .00 .00 507001-07 Cash Purchases - Buildings .00 .00 .00 507001-12 Cash Purchases - Furniture & Fixtures .00 .00 .00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:06 AM Page 131 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 425 of 434 417 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund EXPENSE Capital 507001-20 Cash Purchases - Other .00 .00 .00 507025 Reserves Used .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Transfers Out 510001 Transfer Out to General .00 .00 .00 510060 Transfer Out to Housing .00 .00 .00 510061 Transfer Out to Mountain View .00 .00 .00 510063 Transfer Out to Carriageway .00 .00 .00 Transfers Out Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Debt Expense 520002 Bond Interest .00 .00 .00 520003 Bond Bank Fees .00 .00 .00 Debt Expense Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Non Operating 530001-06 Depreciation - Mountain View II .00 .00 .00 530001-08 Depreciation - Equipment .00 .00 .00 530002 Amortization .00 .00 .00 530099 Asset Disposal .00 .00 .00 Non Operating Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Fund 062 - Mountain View II Fund Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:06 AM Page 132 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 426 of 434 418 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 063 - Carriage Way REVENUE Transfer In From Other Funds 408060 Transfer In Housing 5,000.00 5,000.00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:06 AM Page 133 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 427 of 434 419 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 063 - Carriage Way REVENUE Department 04 - Finance Miscellaneous 407001 Interest Income .00 385.00 748.00 Miscellaneous Totals $0.00 $385.00 $748.00 Transfer In From Other Funds 408062 Transfer in Mountain View II .00 .00 .00 Transfer In From Other Funds Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Department 04 - Finance Totals $0.00 $385.00 $748.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:06 AM Page 134 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 428 of 434 420 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 063 - Carriage Way REVENUE Department 20 - Housing Miscellaneous 407003 Miscellaneous Income .00 .00 .00 407050 Labor Material Supplies .00 .00 .00 407051 Late Fees and NSF Fees 100.00 100.00 100.00 Miscellaneous Totals $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 Rental Income 411001-05 Rent - Vacancy Factor (563.00)(563.00)(885.00) 411001-08 Rent - Carriage Way 112,600.00 106,650.00 177,060.00 Rental Income Totals $112,037.00 $106,087.00 $176,175.00 Department 20 - Housing Totals $112,137.00 $106,187.00 $176,275.00 REVENUE TOTALS $117,137.00 $111,572.00 $177,023.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:06 AM Page 135 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 429 of 434 421 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 063 - Carriage Way EXPENSE Department 04 - Finance Debt Expense 520002 Bond Interest 91,961.00 80,863.00 139,334.00 Debt Expense Totals $91,961.00 $80,863.00 $139,334.00 Non Operating 530001-12 Depreciation - Carriageway .00 .00 .00 Non Operating Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Department 04 - Finance Totals $91,961.00 $80,863.00 $139,334.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:06 AM Page 136 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 430 of 434 422 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget Fund 063 - Carriage Way EXPENSE Department 20 - Housing Personnel Services 501001 Payroll .00 .00 .00 Personnel Services Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Purchased Services 502003-05 Contract Service - Backflow Test & Maintenance .00 .00 500.00 502006-01 Building Maintenance - General 6,633.00 6,633.00 5,000.00 502010 Utilities 13,811.00 13,811.00 20,715.00 502010-01 Utilities - Water & Sanitation .00 .00 .00 502010-02 Utilities - Gas .00 .00 .00 502010-03 Utilities - Electric .00 .00 .00 502010-04 Utilities - Trash .00 .00 .00 502024 Weed Control .00 .00 500.00 Purchased Services Totals $20,444.00 $20,444.00 $26,715.00 Operating & Maintenance 503003 Miscellaneous .00 .00 .00 503005-02 Supplies - Building .00 .00 200.00 503005-03 Supplies - Cleaning .00 .00 50.00 503005-12 Supplies - Landscaping .00 .00 175.00 503005-21 Supplies - Carpet .00 .00 3,500.00 503005-22 Supplies - Maintenance .00 .00 900.00 503005-23 Supplies - Painting .00 .00 500.00 503005-24 Supplies - Plumbing .00 .00 900.00 503005-26 Supplies - Appliance Parts .00 .00 2,000.00 503008-01 Insurance - Building 2,867.00 1,100.00 1,741.00 503008-03 Insurance - Other .00 .00 .00 Operating & Maintenance Totals $2,867.00 $1,100.00 $9,966.00 Capital 507001 Cash Purchases .00 .00 .00 Capital Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Department 20 - Housing Totals $23,311.00 $21,544.00 $36,681.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $115,272.00 $102,407.00 $176,015.00 Fund 063 - Carriage Way Totals REVENUE TOTALS $117,137.00 $111,572.00 $177,023.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:07 AM Page 137 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 431 of 434 423 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Proposed Budget EXPENSE TOTALS $115,272.00 $102,407.00 $176,015.00 Fund 063 - Carriage Way Totals $1,865.00 $9,165.00 $1,008.00 Net Grand Totals REVENUE GRAND TOTALS $41,269,380.00 $44,143,539.00 $43,690,176.00 EXPENSE GRAND TOTALS $53,285,955.00 $50,581,365.00 $45,215,381.00 Net Grand Totals ($12,016,575.00)($6,437,826.00)($1,525,205.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/01/2019 10:50:07 AM Page 138 of 138 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 432 of 434 424 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: October 07, 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: 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 433 of 434 425 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) and (b) 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 10-07-19 TC Packet Page 434 of 434 426