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11-04-19 Town Council PacketTown Council Monday, November 04, 2019 4:00 PM 130 Kearns Road Council Chambers Agenda 1.CALL TO ORDER - Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council 2.ROLL CALL 3.PUBLIC COMMENT - This section is set aside for the Town Council to LISTEN to comments by the public regarding items that do not otherwise appear on this agenda. Generally, the Town Council will not discuss the issue and will not take an official action under this section of the agenda. (Five Minute Time Limit) 4.CONSENT AGENDA - These are items where all conditions or requirements have been agreed to or met prior to the time they come before the Council for final action. A Single Public Hearing will be opened for all items on the Consent Agenda. These items will be approved by a single motion of the Council. The Mayor will ask if there is anyone present who has objection to such procedure as to certain items. Members of the Council may also ask that an item be removed from the consent section and fully discussed. All items not removed from the consent section will then be approved. A member of the Council may vote no on specific items without asking that they be removed from the consent section for full discussion. Any item that is removed from the consent agenda will be placed on the regular agenda. 4.A.DRAFT AGENDAS Draft Agendas Page 4 4.B.MINUTES FOR APPROVAL 1 Town Council Page - 2 10-07-19 Minutes for Approval Page 7 4.C.RESOLUTION NO. 41, SERIES OF 2019 - A RESOLUTION ACKNOWLEDGING THE USE OF RESTRICTED PARKING PERMITS BY THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE ROTARY CLUB Agenda Summary Rotary Reso 41 Page 13 Reso 41 - Rotary Page 14 5.POLICY/LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS 5.A.PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTION NO. 38, SERIES OF 2019 -A RESOLUTION SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY 2020 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER 2020 AND APPROPRIATING SUMS OF MONEY TO ALL FUNDS FOR THE 2020 BUDGET YEAR. Agenda Summary 2020 Budget Page 16 Resolution No. 38 Adopting Budget Page 19 2020 Final Budget Document Page 29 5.B.PUBLIC HEARING - TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ROAD MILL LEVY FUND FOR THE YEAR 2020 Agenda Summary Road Mill Levy Page 157 5.C.FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2019 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, AMENDING CHAPTER 9 OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE TO INCLUDE RESTRICTIONS ON THE SALE OF FLAVORED TOBACCO PRODUCTS, INCLUDING MENTHOL, IN TOBACCO RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS WITH THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Agenda Summary Ord Ban of Flavored Tobacco Page 159 Ord 12 - Ban of Flavored Tobacco Page 161 6.TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS - Reports and Updates 7.PUBLIC HEARINGS - QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS 2 Town Council Page - 3 - Public Hearings are the formal opportunity for the Town Council to LISTEN to the public regarding the issue at hand. For land use hearings the Council is required to act in a quasi-judicial capacity. When acting as a quasi-judicial body, the Council is acting in much the same capacity as a judge would act in a court of law. Under these circumstances, the judicial or quasi-judicial must limit its consideration to matters which are placed into evidence and are part of the public record. The Council must base their decision on the law and the evidence presented at the hearing. 7.A.PUBLIC HEARING - SNOWMASS CENTER PUD - PRELIMINARY PLAN REVIEW Agenda Summary SMC PUD Page 171 SMC Revised Site Plan Page 174 PC Reso 5 of 2019 Page 175 Staff Report SMV PUD Page 188 Attachment A Housing Office Referral Page 200 Attachment B Transportation Referral Page 202 Attachment C Public Works Referral Page 204 Attachment D SGM Civil Referral Page 203 Attachment E Snowmass Water and Sanitation referral Page 208 Attachment F Fire Authority Referral Page 211 Attachment G Dunlop Environmental referral Page 213 Attachment H LSC Traffic Study Page 215 Attachment I Supplemental Parking Plan Page 219 Attachment J Public Comments Page 222 Attachment K DWI Height Analysis Page 228 Attachment L DWI Application Amendment Page 229 Attachment M DWI Community Purposes Page 232 8.EXECUTIVE SESSION 8.A.Executive Session Executive Session Page 232 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. Nov. 4th – Regular GID Meeting • GID revised Budget 2019 • GID Budget 2020 Mon. Nov. 4th - Regular Meeting • PH and Reso Adopting 2020 Budget • Public Hearing – Road Mill Levy • Public Hearing Snowmass Center Review • 1st reading Ord Ban of Flavored Tobacco • Rotary parking consideration • Executive session Mon. Nov. 11th – Special meeting/Joint mtg/w Planning Commission • Small Cell Towers / 5G Infrastructure in the Right of Way Presentation with Planning Commission • Discussion regarding Town Park design goals and criteria • Continued Discussion on Proposed changes to housing regulations • Executive Session • 1st reading of the Coffee Place Financing? Mon. Nov. 18th - Regular Meeting (Goode out) • Continued discussion on Mall Transit station • 2nd reading Ord Ban of Flavored Tobacco • 1st / 2nd reading of the Coffee Place Financing? • Executive Session Mon. Dec. 2nd - Regular Meeting • Continued P.H. Snowmass Center? • Owl/Brush Creek Intersection Discussion • 1st reading Ord Wildfire mitigation ordinance proposal • Reso setting TC 2020 Meeting dates • 2nd reading ordinance approving Coffey Place financing? • Mon. Dec. 9th – Regular GID Meeting • GID – Reso Setting Mill Levy 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 4 of 234 4 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items Mon. Dec. 9th - Special Meeting • TC – Reso Setting Mill Levy • Initial discussion regarding Fanny Hill Stage location Mon. Dec. 16th - Regular Meeting (Madsen out) • Reso -Timberline AT&T cell project • SAAB- consideration accepting new art and installing one permanent and one temporary piece • 2nd Reading Ord Wildfire mitigation ordinance proposal 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 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 5 of 234 5 DRAFT 2019 Agenda Items o Planning • RFTA Strategic Priorities Update w. New Mill Levy 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 6 of 234 6 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 1 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 2 OCTOBER 7, 2019 3 4 1) 3:00 P.M. MALL TRANSIT STATION SITE VISIT - MEET AT FUEL 5 6 Town Council and Staff met at Lot 6 to review the site of the proposed Mall Transit 7 Station. 8 9 2) CALL TO ORDER 10 11 Mayor Butler called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town 12 Council on Monday, October 07, 2019 at 4:03 p.m. 13 14 3) ROLL CALL 15 16 17 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, and Markey Butler. 18 COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Alyssa Shenk. 19 STAFF PRESENT: Clint Kinney, Town Manager, John Dresser, Town Attorney; Kathy Fry, Human Recourse Director; Travis Elliott, Assistant Town Manager; Betsy Crum, Housing Director; David Peckler, Transit Director; Brian McNellis, Planner and Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 20 PUBLIC PRESENT: Maddie Vincent, David Pesnichak, Disk Peck and other members of the public interested in today’s Agenda items. 21 4) PUBLIC COMMENT 22 23 None at this time. Mayor Butler acknowledged the emails attached to today's packet as 24 being entered into the record. 25 26 5) CONSENT AGENDA 27 28 A. DRAFT AGENDAS 29 Mayor Butler would like to change the Work Session on Monday, October 14, 2019 to a 30 Special Meeting. 31 32 B. MINUTES FOR APPROVAL 33 September 03, 2019 – Regular Meeting 34 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 7 of 234 7 10-07-19 TC Minutes Page 2 of 6 September 16, 2019 – Regular Meeting 35 36 Mayor Butler would ask that each Council Member review the minutes and send 37 revisions to the Town Clerk and they will be approved at the next meeting. 38 39 C. RESOLUTION NO. 37, SERIES OF 2019 - A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN 40 COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE EXPRESSING 41 GRATITUDE FOR AND CELEBRATING THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 42 COMMUNITY OFFICE OF RESOURCE EFFICIENCY 43 44 45 Bill Madsen made the motion to approve those items listed on today's consent agenda. 46 Tom Goode seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 47 opposed. 48 49 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, and Markey Butler. 50 51 Voting Nay: None. 52 6) ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 53 54 A. DISCUSSION ON THE MALL TRANSIT STATION 55 56 David Peckler, Transit Director thanked the Town Council for meeting today to do a site 57 visit at the current Bus Transit Station. He started the presentation with some pictures 58 of the current daily operations and the overcrowded situation and bus lines. Peckler also 59 provided pictures of the current situation at the Daly Lane bus depot also. 60 61 Mayor Butler would like to see the design for the previous Mall Transit Center that 62 incorporated Lot 7 and she would like to see that plan again. Council Member Sirkus 63 does not like the cars all driving under the platform and he has questions regarding the 64 lighting and the road in the underground area. Mayor Butler stated that the current 65 Council has not seen this plan and it may be beneficial for them to see this plan which is 66 called Q2. Council Member Madsen feels better about the project now that he has done 67 the site visit. Staff will bring back some criteria for the Town Council consideration. 68 69 B. MEETING PREPARATION FOR EOTC October 17, 2019 70 71 David Pesichnak and David Peckler presented the October 17, 2019 EOTC Agenda and 72 Packet. Pesichnak reviewed the agreements and decisions reached for the June 20, 73 2019 meeting, he then asked if there were any further questions regarding the Packet 74 for the October 17, 2019 meeting. 75 76 C. REVIEW PROPOSED CHANGES TO HOUSING REGULATIONS 77 78 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 8 of 234 8 10-07-19 TC Minutes Page 3 of 6 Betsy Crum, Housing Director and Terri Everest, Assistant Housing Director stated that 79 the last time the existing Regulations were reviewed and updated was in 2011. After 80 much consideration and research, she believes the Permanent Moderate Housing 81 Regulations are generally well-crafted and do not need a major overhaul. They work 82 quite well at achieving the goal of supporting a diversity of workforce needs and have 83 appropriate enforcement mechanisms. She is however, recommending a few 84 modifications that she believes will update and strengthen the Regulations, ensure their 85 consistency with the underlying Municipal Code Chapter 17, and provide opportunities 86 for maximizing the bedroom use by removing barriers to downsizing from a larger deed 87 restricted home to a smaller one. 88 89 The following summarizes those changes: 90 • Consistency with Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code: The current Permanent Moderate 91 Housing Regulations are not inconsistent with the Code; however, there are some 92 things stated in the Code that did not carry over to the Regulations, including definitions, 93 mandatory resale language, and the one-time transfer permitted for surviving spouses. I 94 propose to include these in the Regulations and to mirror the numbering system and 95 headings found in the Code. 96 97 • Formatting: Overtime (and likely with changing software) some of the formatting has 98 become a little skewed. I have tried to correct that in this proposed version. 99 100 • Purpose Statement (17.1): I have inserted a Purpose/mission statement in the first 101 paragraph that mirrors the recently-adopted Comprehensive Plan strategic initiative. 102 103 • Qualified Employment/Employers – Home Occupations (17.2.4.1): The improvements 104 in technology over recent years and the rise of entrepreneurs and the “gig” economy 105 has given rise to many applications from people who own and run their business out of 106 their homes. This is a great trend; however, we have struggled to interpret the 107 regulations for these applicants, who are both employees and businesses, and to make 108 sure that their work meets the spirit of the goal to “support a viable workforce.” This 109 change is proposed to codify some of the practice we have adopted to ensure that both 110 the business and the individual are benefitting the Town of Snowmass Village through 111 their work. 112 113 • Downsizing from one Permanent Moderate Housing Unit to another (17.2.4.1 and 114 17.2.4.2): The current Regulations create a barrier for long-time owners of a deed 115 restricted property to downsize to a smaller home by placing an asset limit that, at least 116 in some cases, is lower than the equity they have in their homes. The original belief was 117 that these owners would have the option of moving to free market homes, but the free 118 market in Snowmass Village has far outstripped the growth in deed-restricted equity, 119 which is limited to the lesser of 3% or the CPI. I am proposing that, for owners who wish 120 to downsize from a larger deed restricted home to a smaller one, the value of the equity 121 in their current home be excluded from the asset calculation. Further and to incentivize 122 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 9 of 234 9 10-07-19 TC Minutes Page 4 of 6 this movement, I recommend that such moves be given a high priority in the Lottery 123 system, second only to in-complex transfers. 124 125 • Timing for Approved Improvements (17.4.3.2): Several of the developments permit the 126 depreciated value of owner-paid improvements to be included in the resale price of the 127 home, and energy/water conservation improvements can be included in all cases. 128 However, historically many of the owners have not turned in these improvements until 129 they are ready to sell their homes, which leaves these sometimes-substantial 130 improvements from the assessor’s records for many years. We are proposing that 131 improvements must be turned in within 6 months of completion in order to be counted in 132 the value of the home. 133 134 • Coffey Place Resale Calculation (17.4.3.6): This new section will govern the resale 135 calculation for Coffey Place. 136 137 • Change in Ownership (17.5.3): This new section addresses the need to ensure that 138 the Housing Office in aware of additions or deletions to the deed (that the Housing 139 Office in aware of additions or deletions to the deed (most often through marriage or 140 divorce). 141 142 After Crum reviewed each proposed change with Town Council, the Town Council 143 reviewed each section and provided comments for staff. Staff will make the suggested 144 changes from this meeting and bring back to the Town Council at one of the regular 145 Town Council meetings in November. 146 147 Town Council took a break at this time. 148 149 D. REVIEW RESULTS OF THE 2019 EMPLOYEE SURVEY 150 151 Kathy Fry, Human Resource Director introduced this item and stated that that in August 152 of 2016, Employers Council conducted the most recent Town of Snowmass Village 153 employee opinion survey. All active employees were asked to participate in the survey. 154 The employee survey was sent to all employees electronically via email, and paper 155 versions were made available for employees without email accounts or computer 156 access. All responses were sent directly to Employers Council. In response to the 157 results of our 2016 survey, the Town acted including, but not limited to, continuing to 158 offer robust health insurance coverage, increasing the employer retirement contribution, 159 creating the Daly Link to improve communication, installing computer stations in each 160 department and hiring a dedicated human resource professional. In August of 2019, 161 Employers Council conducted the second Town of Snowmass Village employee opinion 162 survey. All active employees were asked to participate in the survey. In addition, 12 163 inactive, seasonal transportation employees were also asked to participate. The 164 employee survey was sent to all employees electronically via email. All responses were 165 sent directly to Employers Council. The purpose of conducting this survey was to 166 provide a safe and open avenue for feedback so that the Town could reflect, improve 167 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 10 of 234 10 10-07-19 TC Minutes Page 5 of 6 and become an even better place to work; to understand what we do well as an 168 organization and what areas we need to focus on for improvement. Today, Mike 169 Neubauer will provide Town Council with the overall results from the employee opinion 170 survey. In summary, 100% of all overall results by dimension generated a “Very 171 Positive” rating. Moreover, 83% of the 2019 overall results by dimension were the same 172 as or greater than the 2016 overall results by dimension. On October 8, Mike Neubauer 173 will present Town employees with the overall results from the employee opinion survey. 174 During this gathering, we intend to celebrate the overall areas in which we excel and 175 discuss overall areas for improvement. Based on the discussion, additional action plans 176 may be developed. Department heads will receive their respective departmental data; 177 both quantitative and qualitative feedback. From there, Staff will determine how to best 178 utilize this information. Moreover, Staff will meet with each department during Q4 to 179 discuss the departmental data; to celebrate the departmental successes as well as 180 departmental areas for improvement. Based on the discussion, additional action plans 181 may be developed. Town Council and Fry thanked Neubauer for the presentation. The 182 final report will be sent to the Town Council. The information reviewed today and that is 183 in the packet was the summary. 184 185 E. 2020 BUDGET INTRODUCTION 186 187 Clint Kinney, Town Manager provided key points of the budget he stated that the Town 188 Council need to ensure that its priorities are being met and that investments in staffing, 189 capital improvements, and programs are being appropriately allocated. He noted this 190 document is essential to ensure that the goals of the Town Council are being met with 191 the available resources. Due to time restriction the budget discussion will be continued 192 at the Town Council Special Meeting scheduled for October 14, 2019. 193 194 7) TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS AND ACTIONS 195 Nothing to report. 196 197 8) EXECUTIVE SESSION 198 199 At 7:10 p.m. 200 201 Bob Sirkus made the motion to enter closed session Bill Madsen seconded the 202 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. 203 204 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, and Markey Butler. 205 206 Voting Nay: None. 207 208 Executive Session Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 209 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically 210 discuss one item: 211 212 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 11 of 234 11 10-07-19 TC Minutes Page 6 of 6 b) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session 213 has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(f)(I) and Snowmass 214 Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(6); 215 216 Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting 217 to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering item (a) above. 218 Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, 219 regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. 220 221 At 8:15 p.m. 222 Bob Sirkus made the motion to reconvene to the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass 223 Village Town Council on Monday, October 07, 2019.Bill Madsen seconded the 224 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council 225 Member Shenk was absent. 226 227 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, and Markey Butler. 228 229 Voting Nay: None. 230 231 9) ADJOURNMENT 232 233 At 8:16 p.m. 234 235 Bob Sirkus made the motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village 236 Town Council on Monday, October 07, 2019. Tom Goode seconded the motion. The 237 motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Shenk was 238 absent. 239 240 Voting Aye: Tom Goode, Bill Madsen, Bob Sirkus, and Markey Butler. 241 242 Voting Nay: None. 243 244 This set of meeting minutes was approved by the Snowmass Village Town Council at 245 their Regular Meeting on Monday, November 4, 2019. 246 Submitted By, 247 248 ________________________ 249 Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC 250 Town Clerk 251 252 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 12 of 234 12 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: November 4, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: Consideration and Possible Adoption of a Resolution Acknowledging the Issuance of Restricted Parking Passes to Rotary Club Members PRESENTED BY: Clint Kinney, Town Manager BACKGROUND: The Snowmass Village Rotary Club has requested the ability to use the Snowmass Village numbered lots for their members and guest to park in during their weekly club meetings. The Municipal Code authorizes the Transportation Director to issue said permits. That stated, because members of staff and the Town Council are Rotary Club members, staff believes it is important to acknowledge this action through a formal Town Council Resolution to ensure full disclosure and transparency. FINANCIAL IMPACT: There is generally no charge for Restricted Permits so the fiscal impact is minimal. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: While not directly related to the goals, supporting this request from the Snowmass Village Rotary Club could be considered helpful in meeting the Council goals of community building and community engagement. COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Approve the resolution 2. Modify, then approve the resolution 3. Deny the resolution STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of Town Staff, that the Council, by motion; Approve Resolution 41, Series 2019. ATTACHMENTS: Resolution 41, Series 2019 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 13 of 234 13 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 41 SERIES OF 2019 A RESOLUTION ACKNOWLEDGING THE USE OF RESTRICTED PARKING PERMITS BY THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE ROTARY CLUB WHEREAS, Chapter Eight, Article Two of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code addresses necessary parking regulations; and WHEREAS, Chapter Eight, Article Two authorizes the Transportation Director to develop parameters for the use of Restricted Parking Permits; and WHEREAS, the Snowmass Village Rotary Club has requested to be eligible to use the Town-owned numbered lots during their weekly Wednesday meetings from 7:00 am to 8:30 am; and WHEREAS, due to the civic nature of the Rotary Club and the requested limited use of the Town-owned numbered lots 1-5 by the Snowmass Village Rotary Club, the Transportation Director is inclined to approve the issuance of Restricted Parking Permits; and WHEREAS, because several members of the Town Staff and the Town Council are members of the Rotary Club, it is understood and agreed that this decision to issue Restricted Parking Permits should be ratified via this resolution in order to ensure full disclosure and transparency. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, that: Section One: The Snowmass Village Town Council hereby acknowledges the decision of the Transportation Director to issue Restricted Parking Permits to Rotary Club member to attend their weekly meeting at the Stonebridge Inn. Section Two: The Town Council concurs that the Restricted Parking Permits shall only be used by Snowmass Rotary Club members and their guests. Said permits will only allow parking in numbered lots 1-5 from 7:00 am to 8:30 am on Wednesdays during Rotary Club meetings or as otherwise determined by the Transportation Director. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 14 of 234 14 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED as amended by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 4th day of November 2019 with a motion made by ____________ and a second made by _______________ and by a vote of ____in favor to ___opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ATTEST: ____________________________ ______________________________ MARKEY BUTLER, Mayor RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: _________________________________ JOHN C. DRESSER, JR., Town Attorney 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 15 of 234 15 11-04-19 TC PacketPage 16 of 23416 11-04-19 TC PacketPage 17 of 23417 11-04-19 TC PacketPage 18 of 23418 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 38 SERIES OF 2019 A RESOLUTION SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 2020 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER, 2020 AND APPROPRIATING SUMS OF MONEY TO ALL FUNDS FOR THE 2020 BUDGET YEAR. WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village has appointed Clint Kinney, Town Manager to prepare and submit a proposed budget to the Town Council by December 31, 2019; and WHEREAS, Clint Kinney, Town Manager has submitted a proposed 2020 budget to the Town Council on October 7, 2019; and WHEREAS, projected expenditures have been budgeted with projected revenues and reserves so that the budget remains in balance, as required by law; and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village has made provision therein for revenues and fund balance in an amount equal to or greater than the total proposed expenditures as set forth in said budget; and WHEREAS, the 2020 Highway User Tax and County Road and Bridge Funds will be expended on road projects in the Public Works Road Division and Road Fund; and WHEREAS, upon due and proper notice, published and posted in accordance with the law, said revised and proposed budget was open for inspection by the public at the Town Clerk’s office, a Public Hearing was held on November 4, 2019, and interested taxpayers were given the opportunity to file or register any objections to said revised and proposed budget. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: That the estimated expenditure for 2020 for each fund is as follows: General Fund $20,378,707.00 Housing Fund 3,321,621.00 Debt Service Fund 261,891.00 Carriageway Fund 176,015.00 Lottery Fund 23,000.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 3,544,638.00 Road Fund 2,804,349.00 Excise Tax Fund 493,330.00 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 19 of 234 19 19-38 Page 2 Marketing & Special Events Fund 5,898,111.00 POST Fund 117,920.00 Capital Improvement Project Fund 5,157,715.00 Capital Equipment Reserve Fund 735,585.00 Group Sales Fund 2,218,843.00 REOP Fund 15,000.00 Total Fund Expenditures $45,146,725.00 Section Two: That the following sums are hereby appropriated from the revenue of each fund, to each fund, for the purposes stated: General Fund Operating Expenditures $ 17,800,379.00 Capital Expenditures 160,800.00 CERF-Transfer 330,000.00 ASD Expenditures 510,000.00 CIP-Transfer 500,000.00 One-time Expenditures 1,077,528.00 Total Expenditures $ 20,378,707.00 Capital Reserves $ 883,520.00 Emergency Contingency & TABOR 6,160,104.00 Other Designations/Appropriations 7,690,243.00 Total Fund Balance $ 14,733,867.00 Total General Fund $ 35,112,574.00 Housing Authority Fund Operating Expenditures $ 1,514,306.00 Capital Expenditures 107,315.00 Transfer out-CIP 1,700,000.00 Total Expenditures $ 3,321,621.00 Capital Reserve $ 849,750.00 Emergency/Contingency Reserve 470,667.00 Other Designations/Appropriations 2,449,797.00 Total Fund Balance $ 3,770,214.00 Total Housing Fund $ 7,091,835.00 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 20 of 234 20 19-38 Page 3 Debt Service Fund Debt Service $ 260,891.00 Operating Expenditures 1,000.00 Total Expenditures $ 261,891.00 Debt Service Reserve $ 11,087.00 Total Fund Balance $ 11,087.00 Total Debt Service Fund $ 272,978.00 Carriageway Fund Operating Expenditures $ 36,681.00 Debt Service 139,334.00 Capital Expenditures -0- Sub-total $ 176,015.00 Transfer-CIP $ -0- Total Expenditures $ 176,015.00 Capital Reserve $ -0- Emergency/Contingency Reserve -0- Other Designations/Appropriations 10,173.00 Total Fund Balance $ 10,173.00 Total Mountain View Fund $ 186,188.00 Lottery Fund Operating Expenditures $ 23,000.00 Capital Expenditures -0- Total Expenditures $ 23,000.00 Other Designations/Appropriations 72,903.00 Total Fund Balance $ 72,903.00 Total Lottery Fund $ 95,903.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Transfer-General Fund $ 1,921,430.00 Capital Expenditures 168,208.00 Sub-total $ 2,089,638.00 Transfer-CERF 1,035,000.00 Transfer-CIP 420,000.00 Total Expenditures $ 3,544,638.00 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 21 of 234 21 19-38 Page 4 Other Designations/Appropriations $ 1,183,618.00 Emergency/Contingency Reserve 4,000,000.00 Capital Equipment Reserve 163,705.00 Total Fund Balance $ 5,347,323.00 Total Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund $ 8,891,961.00 Road Fund Transfer out- CERF $ 350,000.00 Capital Expenditures 2,454,349.00 Total Expenditures $ 2,804,349.00 Capital Reserve $ 830,175.00 Other Designations/Appropriations $ 163,152.00 Total Fund Balance $ 993,327.00 Total Road Fund $ 3,797,676.00 Excise Tax Fund Operating Expenditures $ 43,330.00 Transfer-CIP 450,000.00 Total Expenditures $ 493,330.00 Other Designations/Appropriations $ 1,644,388.00 Total Fund Balance $ 1,694,388.00 Total Excise Tax Fund $ 2,137,718.00 Marketing & Special Events Fund Operating Expenditures $ 5,682,502.00 Transfer-CERF 15,609.00 Transfer-CIP 200,000.00 Total Expenditures $ 5,898,111.00 Emergency/Contingency Reserve $ 1,772,334.00 Future Projects/Programs Reserve -0- Other Designations/Appropriations $ 1,252,162.00 Total Fund Balance $ 3,024,496.00 Total Marketing & Special Events Fund $ 8,922,607.00 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 22 of 234 22 19-38 Page 5 POST Fund Operating Expenditures $ 117,920.00 Capital Expenditures -0- Total Expenditures $ 117,920.00 Other Designations/Appropriations -0- Total POST Fund $ 117,920.00 Capital Improvement Project Fund Operating Expenditures $ -0- Capital Expenditures 5,157,715.00 Total Expenditures $ 5,157,715.00 Capital Reserve 1,782,295.00 Total CIP Fund Balance $ 1,782,295.00 Total Capital Improvement Project Fund $ 6,940,010.00 Capital Equipment Reserve Fund Operating Expenditures $ -0- Capital Expenditures 735,585.00 Total Expenditures $ 735,585.00 Capital Reserve 4,241,341.00 Total Fund Balance $ 4,241,341.00 Total Capital Equipment Reserve Fund $ 4,976,926.00 Group Sales Fund Operating Expenditures 2,003,235.00 Transfer-CERF 15,608.00 Transfer-CIP 200,000.00 Total Expenditures $ 2,218,843.00 Emergency/Contingency Reserve 708,358.00 Future projects/programs reserve -0- Other Designations/Appropriations 1,625,907.00 Total Fund Balance $ 2,334,265.00 Total Group Sales Fund $ 4,553,108.00 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 23 of 234 23 19-38 Page 6 REOP Fund Operating Expenditures $ 15,000.00 Transfer out-CIP -0- Total Expenditures $ 15,000.00 Other Designations/Appropriations $ 196,904.00 Total Fund Balance $ 196,904.00 Total REOP Fund $ 211,904.00 Section Two: That the estimated revenues including carryover for each fund are as follows: General Fund $ 35,112,574.00 Housing Fund 7,091,835.00 Debt Service Fund 272,978.00 Carriageway Fund 186,188.00 Lottery Fund 95,903.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 8,891,961.00 Road Fund 3,797,676.00 Excise Tax Fund 2,137,718.00 Marketing & Special Events Fund 8,922,607.00 POST Fund 117,920.00 Capital Improvement Project Fund 6,940,010.00 Capital Equipment Reserve Fund 4,976,926.00 Group Sales Fund 4,553,108.00 REOP Fund 211,904.00 Total Fund Revenues $ 83,309,308.00 General Fund Carryover $ 15,129,826.00 Sources other than property tax $ 18,843,647.00 General Property Tax 374,101.00 Sub-Total Revenues $ 19,217,748.00 General Property Tax-ASD 510,000.00 Base Village revenues 255,000.00 Revenues $ 19,982,748.00 Total General Fund $ 35,112,574.00 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 24 of 234 24 19-38 Page 7 Housing Fund Carryover $ 4,150,165.00 Sources other than property tax 2,941,670.00 General Property Tax -0- Total Housing Fund $ 7,091,835.00 Debt Service Fund Carryover $ 11,087.00 Sources other than property tax -0- General Property Tax 261,891.00 Total Debt Service Fund $ 272,978.00 Carriageway Fund Carryover $ 9,165.00 Sources other than property tax 177,023.00 General Property Tax -0- Total Mountain View Fund $ 186,188.00 Lottery Fund Carryover $ 62,657.00 Sources other than property tax 33,246.00 General Property Tax -0- Total Lottery Fund $ 95,903.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Carryover $ 5,823,752.00 Sources other than property tax 3,068,209.00 General Property Tax -0- Total Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund $ 8,891,961.00 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 25 of 234 25 19-38 Page 8 Road Fund Carryover $ 1,237,407.00 Sources other than property tax 126,500.00 General Property Tax 2,433,769.00 Total Road Fund $ 3,797,676.00 Excise Tax Fund Carryover $ 1,819,819.00 Sources other than property tax 317,899.00 General Property Tax -0- Total Excise Tax Fund $ 2,137,718.00 Marketing & Special Events Fund Carryover $ 3,014,827.00 Sources other than property tax 5,907,780.00 General Property Tax -0- Total Marketing & Special Events Fund $ 8,922,607.00 POST Fund Carryover $ -0- Sources other than property tax 117,920.00 General Property Tax -0- Total POST Fund $ 117,920.00 Capital Improvement Project Fund Carryover $ 2,640,010.00 Sources other than property tax 4,300,000.00 General Property Tax -0- Total Capital Improvement Fund $ 6,940,010.00 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 26 of 234 26 19-38 Page 9 Capital Equipment Reserve Fund Carryover $ 3,230,709.00 Sources other than property tax 1,746,217.00 General Property Tax -0- Total CERF Fund $ 4,976,926.00 Group Sales Fund Carryover $ 2,191,914.00 Sources other than property tax 2,361,194.00 General Property Tax -0- Total Group Sales Fund $ 4,553,108.00 REOP Fund Carryover $ 197,794.00 Sources other than property tax 14,110.00 General Property Tax -0- Total REOP Fund $ 211,904.00 Section Four: Direction 1. That the 2020 Town of Snowmass Village Budget be adopted and appropriated, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 4th day of November, 2019 with a motion made by ________, seconded by __________. The motion was approved by a vote of __ in favor to __ opposed. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 27 of 234 27 19-38 Page 10 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ______________________________ Markey Butler, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 28 of 234 28 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:05 AM Page 1 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 29 of 234 29 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:05 AM Page 2 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 30 of 234 30 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:05 AM Page 3 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 31 of 234 31 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 .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 10/30/2019 08:44:06 AM Page 4 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 32 of 234 32 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:06 AM Page 5 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 33 of 234 33 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 501003-04 Payroll Benefits - Housing Allowance .00 .00 30,000.00 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 $292,956.00 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 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:06 AM Page 6 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 34 of 234 34 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 01 - Town Council Division 00 - - Program 101 - Attorney Fees 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 507001-12 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 $308,531.00 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 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:06 AM Page 7 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 35 of 234 35 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 01 - Town Council Division 00 - - Program 102 - Town Council Operating & Maintenance Operating & Maintenance Totals $41,662.00 $41,662.00 $43,568.00 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 $563,899.00 Department 01 - Town Council Totals $503,561.00 $503,561.00 $563,899.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:06 AM Page 8 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 36 of 234 36 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:06 AM Page 9 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 37 of 234 37 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:06 AM Page 10 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 38 of 234 38 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:07 AM Page 11 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 39 of 234 39 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:07 AM Page 12 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 40 of 234 40 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:07 AM Page 13 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 41 of 234 41 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:07 AM Page 14 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 42 of 234 42 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:08 AM Page 15 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 43 of 234 43 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:08 AM Page 16 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 44 of 234 44 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:08 AM Page 17 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 45 of 234 45 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:08 AM Page 18 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 46 of 234 46 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:08 AM Page 19 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 47 of 234 47 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:08 AM Page 20 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 48 of 234 48 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:08 AM Page 21 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 49 of 234 49 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:09 AM Page 22 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 50 of 234 50 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:09 AM Page 23 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 51 of 234 51 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council Fund 001 - General Fund EXPENSE Department 06 - Public Safety Division 00 - - Program 103 - Administration Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 258,371.00 258,371.00 189,480.00 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 2,328.00 501003-02 Payroll Benefits - Police Recreation Center 700.00 700.00 350.00 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 13,039.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 3,804.00 3,804.00 2,805.00 501003-09 Payroll Benefits - Fica .00 .00 .00 501003-10 Payroll Benefits - Health Insurance 122,613.00 122,613.00 105,140.00 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 1,082.00 735.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 597.00 597.00 379.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 1,666.00 1,666.00 1,173.00 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 2,177.00 2,177.00 1,534.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 787.00 787.00 580.00 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 $335,439.00 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 10/30/2019 08:44:09 AM Page 24 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 52 of 234 52 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 $570,755.00 Program 112 - Patrol Personnel Services 501001-01 Payroll - Regular 601,749.00 601,749.00 616,049.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:09 AM Page 25 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 53 of 234 53 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 15,626.00 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 $1,108,034.00 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 10/30/2019 08:44:10 AM Page 26 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 54 of 234 54 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 $1,294,106.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:10 AM Page 27 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 55 of 234 55 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:10 AM Page 28 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 56 of 234 56 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 $2,219,766.00 Department 06 - Public Safety Totals $2,171,350.00 $2,166,100.00 $2,219,766.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:10 AM Page 29 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 57 of 234 57 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:11 AM Page 30 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 58 of 234 58 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:11 AM Page 31 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 59 of 234 59 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:11 AM Page 32 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 60 of 234 60 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:12 AM Page 33 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 61 of 234 61 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 77,040.00 163,152.00 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 3,347.00 501003-06 Payroll Benefits - Retirement 4,018.00 4,018.00 14,832.00 501003-08 Payroll Benefits - Medicare 833.00 833.00 2,190.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:12 AM Page 34 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 62 of 234 62 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 56,524.00 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 589.00 589.00 830.00 501003-14 Payroll Benefits - Vision Insurance 378.00 378.00 428.00 501003-15 Payroll Benefits - Standard - Life / AD& D 258.00 258.00 968.00 501003-16 Payroll Benefits - Cigna - Life/AD&D .00 .00 .00 501003-17 Payroll Benefits - Dependant Life 12.00 12.00 22.00 501003-18 Payroll Benefits - Long Term Disability 814.00 814.00 1,266.00 501003-19 Payroll Benefits - Unemployment Insurance 235.00 235.00 493.00 501003-20 Payroll Benefits - Workmans Comp 2,324.00 2,324.00 3,703.00 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 $253,946.00 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 10/30/2019 08:44:12 AM Page 35 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 63 of 234 63 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 $291,551.00 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 10/30/2019 08:44:12 AM Page 36 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 64 of 234 64 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 $4,193,602.00 Department 07 - Transportation Totals $4,031,214.00 $4,031,214.00 $4,193,602.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:12 AM Page 37 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 65 of 234 65 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:13 AM Page 38 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 66 of 234 66 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:13 AM Page 39 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 67 of 234 67 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:13 AM Page 40 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 68 of 234 68 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:13 AM Page 41 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 69 of 234 69 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:14 AM Page 42 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 70 of 234 70 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:14 AM Page 43 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 71 of 234 71 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:14 AM Page 44 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 72 of 234 72 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:14 AM Page 45 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 73 of 234 73 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:15 AM Page 46 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 74 of 234 74 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:15 AM Page 47 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 75 of 234 75 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:15 AM Page 48 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 76 of 234 76 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:15 AM Page 49 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 77 of 234 77 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:15 AM Page 50 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 78 of 234 78 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:15 AM Page 51 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 79 of 234 79 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:16 AM Page 52 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 80 of 234 80 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:16 AM Page 53 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 81 of 234 81 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:16 AM Page 54 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 82 of 234 82 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:16 AM Page 55 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 83 of 234 83 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:17 AM Page 56 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 84 of 234 84 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:17 AM Page 57 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 85 of 234 85 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:17 AM Page 58 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 86 of 234 86 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:17 AM Page 59 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 87 of 234 87 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:17 AM Page 60 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 88 of 234 88 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:18 AM Page 61 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 89 of 234 89 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:18 AM Page 62 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 90 of 234 90 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:18 AM Page 63 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 91 of 234 91 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:18 AM Page 64 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 92 of 234 92 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:19 AM Page 65 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 93 of 234 93 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:19 AM Page 66 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 94 of 234 94 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:19 AM Page 67 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 95 of 234 95 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:19 AM Page 68 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 96 of 234 96 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:19 AM Page 69 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 97 of 234 97 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 157,507.00 157,507.00 187,507.00 Donations & Grants Totals $157,507.00 $157,507.00 $187,507.00 Program 103 - Administration Totals $175,007.00 $175,007.00 $205,507.00 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 10/30/2019 08:44:20 AM Page 70 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 98 of 234 98 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 122,000.00 122,000.00 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 $665,682.00 $498,907.00 $705,100.00 Program 190 - Capital Totals $665,682.00 $498,907.00 $705,100.00 Division 00 - - Totals $840,689.00 $673,914.00 $910,607.00 Department 90 - One Times Totals $840,689.00 $673,914.00 $910,607.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:20 AM Page 71 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 99 of 234 99 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:20 AM Page 72 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 100 of 234 100 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:20 AM Page 73 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 101 of 234 101 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 $22,312,588.00 $21,843,690.00 $20,378,707.00 Fund 001 - General Fund Totals REVENUE TOTALS $17,865,956.00 $19,092,344.00 $19,982,748.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $22,312,588.00 $21,843,690.00 $20,378,707.00 Fund 001 - General Fund Totals ($4,446,632.00)($2,751,346.00)($395,959.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:20 AM Page 74 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 102 of 234 102 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:20 AM Page 75 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 103 of 234 103 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:20 AM Page 76 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 104 of 234 104 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:21 AM Page 77 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 105 of 234 105 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:21 AM Page 78 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 106 of 234 106 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:21 AM Page 79 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 107 of 234 107 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:21 AM Page 80 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 108 of 234 108 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:21 AM Page 81 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 109 of 234 109 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:21 AM Page 82 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 110 of 234 110 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:22 AM Page 83 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 111 of 234 111 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:22 AM Page 84 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 112 of 234 112 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:22 AM Page 85 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 113 of 234 113 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:22 AM Page 86 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 114 of 234 114 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 450,000.00 450,000.00 450,000.00 Transfers Out Totals $450,000.00 $450,000.00 $450,000.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $487,780.00 $487,780.00 $493,330.00 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 $493,330.00 Fund 008 - Excise Tax Fund Totals ($183,140.00)($161,727.00)($175,431.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:22 AM Page 87 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 115 of 234 115 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:22 AM Page 88 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 116 of 234 116 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:23 AM Page 89 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 117 of 234 117 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:23 AM Page 90 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 118 of 234 118 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:23 AM Page 91 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 119 of 234 119 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:23 AM Page 92 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 120 of 234 120 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:23 AM Page 93 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 121 of 234 121 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 94 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 122 of 234 122 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 95 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 123 of 234 123 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 96 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 124 of 234 124 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 97 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 125 of 234 125 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 98 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 126 of 234 126 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council Fund 012 - POST Grant REVENUE Intergovernmental Revenue 402005-09 Grants- Police Training 209,337.00 209,337.00 117,920.00 Intergovernmental Revenue Totals $209,337.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 REVENUE TOTALS $209,337.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 99 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 127 of 234 127 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 39,405.00 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 25,000.00 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 8,899.00 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 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 100 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 128 of 234 128 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council Fund 012 - POST Grant EXPENSE POST Grant 565004-02 POST Equipment July-Dec 9,000.00 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 4,450.00 4,450.00 .00 POST Grant Totals $209,337.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $209,337.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 Fund 012 - POST Grant Totals REVENUE TOTALS $209,337.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $209,337.00 $209,337.00 $117,920.00 Fund 012 - POST Grant Totals $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 101 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 129 of 234 129 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 102 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 130 of 234 130 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:24 AM Page 103 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 131 of 234 131 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 50,000.00 650,000.00 406010 CORE .00 110,000.00 .00 Contributions Totals $350,000.00 $160,000.00 $650,000.00 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 450,000.00 450,000.00 450,000.00 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 $3,550,000.00 REVENUE TOTALS $5,376,927.00 $5,403,927.00 $4,300,000.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 104 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 132 of 234 132 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 105 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 133 of 234 133 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 50,000.00 650,000.00 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 $803,386.00 Division 52 - Transportation and Fleet Totals $697,447.00 $294,061.00 $803,386.00 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 $1,150,382.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 106 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 134 of 234 134 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 107 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 135 of 234 135 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 108 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 136 of 234 136 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 109 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 137 of 234 137 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 110 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 138 of 234 138 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 111 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 139 of 234 139 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 112 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 140 of 234 140 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 .00 250,000.00 Capital Totals $4,044,531.00 $3,425,000.00 $2,769,531.00 Division 65 - Housing Projects Totals $4,044,531.00 $3,425,000.00 $2,769,531.00 Department 78 - Housing Totals $4,044,531.00 $3,425,000.00 $2,769,531.00 Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 113 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 141 of 234 141 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 $5,157,715.00 Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program Totals REVENUE TOTALS $5,376,927.00 $5,403,927.00 $4,300,000.00 EXPENSE TOTALS $10,077,513.00 $8,209,798.00 $5,157,715.00 Fund 055 - Capital Improvement Program Totals ($4,700,586.00)($2,805,871.00)($857,715.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 114 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 142 of 234 142 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 115 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 143 of 234 143 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 116 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 144 of 234 144 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:25 AM Page 117 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 145 of 234 145 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 118 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 146 of 234 146 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 119 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 147 of 234 147 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 120 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 148 of 234 148 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 121 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 149 of 234 149 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 122 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 150 of 234 150 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 123 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 151 of 234 151 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 124 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 152 of 234 152 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 125 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 153 of 234 153 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:26 AM Page 126 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 154 of 234 154 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 10/30/2019 08:44:27 AM Page 127 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 155 of 234 155 Account Account Description 2019 Amended Budget 2019 Projected Budget 2020 Council 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 $41,356,134.00 $44,143,539.00 $43,790,176.00 EXPENSE GRAND TOTALS $53,434,709.00 $50,581,365.00 $45,420,381.00 Net Grand Totals ($12,078,575.00)($6,437,826.00)($1,630,205.00) Run by Marianne Rakowski on 10/30/2019 08:44:27 AM Page 128 of 128 Budget Worksheet Report Budget Year 2020 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 156 of 234 156 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: November 4, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: 2020 Road Mill Levy Fund (PUBLIC HEARING) PRESENTED BY: Anne Martens, Public Works Director BACKGROUND: This agenda item is to receive public comment on the proposed project list for the 2020 road improvement projects pursuant to section 4-14 of the Municipal Code. The proposed 2020 Road Fund Projects include: Brush Creek Road – Sinclair to Meadow Road In the spring of 2020, staff will inspect the road, confirm the project list or make appropriate adjustments to stay within the allotted project budget. The bid package will be assembled in the winter with the intention to have a project under construction in late May or early June. Coordination with the utility companies is taking place to ensure that there are no conflicts between projects. FINANCIAL IMPACT: These projects are funded from the Road Fund and $200,000 is included in the 2020 proposed budget. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: The investment in the Town’s Roads is part of the goal and objective to broadly evaluate the Town’s capital needs and make strategic improvements in infrastructure. COUNCIL OPTIONS: No action by Council is necessary. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 157 of 234 157 Accept any public input provided 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 158 of 234 158 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: November 04, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: FIRST READING – ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2019 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, AMENDING CHAPTER 9 OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE TO INCLUDE RESTRICTIONS ON THE SALE OF FLAVORED TOBACCO PRODUCTS, INCLUDING MENTHOL, IN TOBACCO RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS WITHIN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PRESENTED BY: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk BACKGROUND: At the Town Council’s request to provide information on the banning of Vape Products (e-cigarettes) and Flavored Tobacco products, staff found that to date Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Boulder have passed Ordinances banning the sale of vape products and flavored tobacco. Their ordinances have been attached for your review. Pitkin County is considering implementing a similar measure. After an initial discussion at the regular meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on September 16, 2019 Council asked staff to bring back a similar ordinance that would ban all flavored tobacco products, including menthol, in Snowmass Village. The draft ordinance is attached for your consideration. FINANCIAL IMPACT: The financial impact to the Town would be loss of sales tax revenue from the three licensed Tobacco stores in Snowmass Village currently selling these types of tobacco products. Ultimately this revenue could be recouped by the sales tax question being considered on the November 5, 2019 ballot for a County-wide tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 159 of 234 159 APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: This topic is related to the Town’s Sustainability Plan and air quality goals, and for the Town Council’s goal of promoting the health and welfare of the residents, guests and employees of Snowmass Village. COUNCIL OPTIONS: 1. Approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2019 2. Deny First Reading of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2019 3. Modify Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2019 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 12, Series 2019 with any suggested changes by the Town Council. ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2019 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 160 of 234 160 SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1 TOWN COUNCIL 2 3 ORDINANCE NO. 12 4 SERIES OF 2019 5 6 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS 7 VILLAGE, COLORADO, AMENDING CHAPTER 9 OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS 8 VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE BY ENACTING RESTRICTIONS ON THE SALE OF 9 FLAVORED TOBACCO PRODUCTS, INCLUDING MENTHOL, IN TOBACCO RETAIL 10 ESTABLISHMENTS WITH THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 11 12 13 WHEREAS, tobacco use among people under 18 years of age is increasing each 14 day and more young people are becoming new regular tobacco users; and 15 16 WHEREAS, studies show flavored tobacco products promote early initiation of tobacco 17 use by young people by reducing or masking the natural harshness and taste of 18 tobacco smoke and thereby increasing the appeal of tobacco products; and 19 20 WHEREAS, menthol flavoring cools and numbs the throat to reduce throat 21 irritation and make the smoker feel smoother, making menthol cigarettes an appealing 22 option for youth who are initiating tobacco use; and 23 24 WHEREAS, flavorings such as mint and wintergreen in smokeless tobacco 25 products encourage new users to start with milder flavors and progress to more full-26 bodied, less flavored products; and 27 28 WHEREAS, young people are much more likely than adults to use menthol-29 candy-and fruit-flavored tobacco products, including not just cigarettes but also cigars, 30 cigarillos, and hookah tobacco; and 31 32 WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported a more 33 than 800% increase in electronic cigarette use among middle school and high school 34 students between 2011 and 2015; and 35 36 WHEREAS, nicotine solutions, which are consumed via electronic smoking 37 devices such as electronic cigarettes, are sold in a wide variety of youth-appealing 38 flavors, such as cotton candy and bubble gum; and 39 40 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this ordinance furthers and is necessary 41 for the promotion of public health, safety, and welfare to reduce the appeal of tobacco to 42 youth and to reduce the likelihood that youth will become tobacco users by prohibiting 43 Tobacco Product Retailers from selling, offering for sale, or possessing with the intent to 44 sell, flavored tobacco products and electronic smoking devices and components 45 thereof. 46 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 161 of 234 161 19-12 TC ORD Page 2 of 10 47 NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of 48 Snowmass Village that the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby amended by 49 adding Chapter 9, Article 2 which shall read as follows: 50 51 Section 1. The foregoing recitals are hereby adopted as findings and 52 determinations of the Town Council. 53 54 Section 2. Chapter 9, Article 2 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code should 55 be amended by adding the language below: 56 57 58 Sec. 9-35 Definitions 59 60 A. “Characterizing Flavor” means a Distinguishable taste or aroma or both, 61 other than the taste or aroma of tobacco, imparted either prior to or during 62 consumption of a Tobacco Product or any byproduct produced by the 63 Tobacco Product. Characterizing flavors include, but are not limited to, tastes 64 or aromas relating to any fruit, chocolate, vanilla, honey, candy, cocoa, 65 dessert, alcoholic beverage, menthol, mint, wintergreen, herb, spice; provided 66 however, that a Tobacco Product shall not be determined to have a 67 characterizing flavor solely because of the use of additives or flavorings or the 68 provision of ingredient information. Rather, it is the presence of a 69 Distinguishable taste or aroma or both, as described in the first sentence of 70 this definition that constitutes a characterizing flavor. 71 72 B. “Cigar” means any roll of tobacco other that a Cigarette wrapped entirely or 73 in part in tobacco or any other substance containing tobacco. For purposes 74 of this Chapter, cigar includes but is not limited to tobacco products known or 75 labeled as “cigar”, “cigarillo”, or “little cigar”. 76 77 C. “Cigarette” means any product that contains tobacco or nicotine that is 78 intended to be burned or heated under ordinary conditions of use, and 79 consists of or contains: 80 81 1. Any roll of tobacco wrapped in paper or in any substance not containing 82 tobacco; 83 2. Tobacco in any form that is functional in the product, which because of its 84 appearance, the type of tobacco used in the filter, or its packaging or 85 labeling, is likely to be offered to, or purchased by Consumers as a 86 cigarette; or 87 3. any roll of tobacco wrapped in any substance containing tobacco that, 88 because of its appearance, the type of tobacco used in the filler, or its 89 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 162 of 234 162 19-12 TC ORD Page 3 of 10 packaging and labeling, is likely to be offered to, or purchased by, 90 Consumer as a cigarette described above. 91 4. the term included all “roll-your-own”, i.e., any tobacco that, because of its 92 appearance, type, packaging, or labeling, is suitable for use and likely to 93 be offered to or purchased by Consumers as tobacco for making 94 cigarettes. 95 96 D. “Constituent” means any ingredient, substance, chemical, or compound 97 other than tobacco, wat or reconstituted tobacco sheet that is added by the 98 manufacturer to a Tobacco Product during the processing, manufacture, or 99 packing of a Tobacco Product. 100 101 E. “Consumer” means an individual who purchases a Tobacco Product or 102 Tobacco Paraphernalia for consumption and not for Sale to another. 103 104 F. “Distinguishable” means perceivable by either the sense of smell or taste. 105 106 G. “Electronic Smoking Device” means any product containing or delivering 107 nicotine intended for human consumption that can be used by an individual to 108 simulate smoking in the delivery of nicotine or any other substance, even if 109 marketed as nicotine-free, through inhalation from the produce. Electronic 110 smoking device includes any refill, cartridge or component part of a product, 111 whether or not marketed or sold separately. Electronic smoking device does 112 not include any product that had been approved or certified by the Untitled 113 Stated Food and Drug Administration for sale as a tobacco cessation product 114 or for other medically certified purposes. 115 116 H. “Establishment” means any store, stand, booth, concession or any other 117 enterprise that Sells, offers for Sale, or does or offers to exchange for any 118 form of consideration, Tobacco Products or Tobacco Paraphernalia including, 119 but not limited to any retail location, stand, outlet, vehicle, cart, vending 120 machine, structure or any grounds where Tobacco Products and/or Tobacco 121 Paraphernalia are sold or offered for exchange. 122 123 I. “Flavored Tobacco Product” means any Tobacco Product, including 124 Cigarettes, that contains a Constituent or that imparts a Characterizing 125 Flavor. 126 127 J. “Ingredient” means any substance, chemical or compound, other than 128 tobacco, water or reconstituted tobacco sheet that is added by the 129 manufacturer to a tobacco product during the processing, manufacture or 130 packing of the Tobacco Product. 131 132 K. “Labeling” means written, printed, pictorial, or graphic matter upon any 133 Tobacco Product or any of its Packaging. 134 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 163 of 234 163 19-12 TC ORD Page 4 of 10 135 L. “License” means a Tobacco Product Retail License. 136 137 M. “Manufacturer” means a Person, including any repacked or relabeled, who 138 manufacturers, fabricates, assembles, processed, or labels a Tobacco 139 Product; or imports as finished Tobacco Product for Sale or distribution into 140 the United States. 141 142 N. “Packaging” means a pack, box, carton, or container of any kind or, if no 143 other container, any wrapping (including cellophane) in which a Tobacco 144 Product(s) is sold or offered for Sale to a consumer. 145 146 O. “Person” in this Chapter means any natural person, partnership, cooperative 147 association, corporation, limited liability company, personal representative, 148 receiver, trustee, assignee or other legal entity. 149 150 P. “Sale or Sell” means any transfer, exchange, barter, gift, offer for sale, or 151 distribution for a commercial purpose, in any manner, for any form of 152 consideration or by any means. 153 154 Q. “Tobacco Paraphernalia” means any item designed for the consumption, 155 use, or preparation of Tobacco Products. 156 157 R. “Tobacco Product” means: 158 159 1. any product which contains, is made or derived from tobacco or used to 160 deliver nicotine, synthetic nicotine or other substances intended for human 161 consumption, whether heated, chewed, absorbed, dissolved, inhaled, 162 snorted, sniffed or ingested by any other means, including, but not limited 163 to Cigarettes, Cigars, little Cigars, chewing tobacco, pipe tobacco, snuff, 164 bidis, snus, mints, hand gels; and 165 2. an Electric Smoking Device or component thereof; 166 3. notwithstanding any provision of subsections 1 and 2 above to the 167 contrary, “Tobacco Product” includes any component, part, accessory or 168 associated Tobacco Paraphernalia of a Tobacco Product whether or not 169 sold separately. 170 4. The term “Tobacco Product” does not include 171 a. any product that contains marijuana; and 172 b. any product made form or derived from Tobacco and approved by the 173 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in connection with 174 cessation of smoking. 175 176 S. “Tobacco Product Retailer” means any person who engages in the Sale of 177 Tobacco Products or Flavored Tobacco Products directly to the public from 178 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 164 of 234 164 19-12 TC ORD Page 5 of 10 any store, stand, booth, concession, outlet, vehicle, cart vending machine, 179 structure or any grounds or any other enter[rose that Sells, offer for Sale, or 180 does or offers to exchange for any form of consideration. 181 182 T. “Tobacco Product Retailing” means the act of selling, offering for sale or 183 exchanging or offering to exchange for any form of consideration, Tobacco 184 Products and or Flavored Tobacco Products. 185 186 Sec. 9-36 Sale or distribution of flavored Tobacco Products Prohibited 187 188 A. The sale or distribution by a Tobacco Product Retailer of a Flavored Tobacco 189 Product(s) is prohibited. 190 191 B. A Tobacco Product Retailer, or any of the Tobacco Product Retailer’s agents, 192 or employees shall not sell, offer for sale or posses with the intent to sell 193 Flavored Tobacco Products(s). 194 195 C. There shall be a rebuttable presumption that a Tobacco Product is presumed 196 to be a Flavored Tobacco Product if a Manufacturer’s agents or employees, in 197 the course of their agency or employment, had made a statement or claim 198 directed to Consumers or to the public that the Tobacco Product has or 199 produces a Characterizing Flavor, including but not limited to, text, color; 200 and/or images on the product Labeling or Packaging that are used to explicitly 201 or implicitly communicate that the Tobacco Product has a Characterizing 202 Flavor. 203 204 D. There shall be a rebuttable presumption that a Tobacco Product Retailer in 205 possession of four or more Flavored Tobacco Products, including but not 206 limited to individual Flavored Tobacco Products, packages of Flavored 207 Tobacco Products with the intent to Sell or offer said product s for Sale. 208 209 Sec. 9-37 Compliance Monitoring 210 211 A. Enforcement of this Chapter shall be monitored by the Town of Snowmass 212 Village Police Department or designee, as the Snowmass Village Police 213 Department deems appropriate. 214 215 B. All Tobacco Product Retailers shall be subject to a compliance check for 216 adherence to the provisions of this Chapter at least once a year with 217 violations being checked more frequently until two (2) consecutive check are 218 completed without a violation. 219 220 Sec. 9-38 Suspension or revocation of License 221 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 165 of 234 165 19-12 TC ORD Page 6 of 10 222 A. The following shall be grounds for suspension or revocations of the Licensee’s 223 License: 224 225 1. A violation by a Licensee or Licensee’s officers, agents, or employee of 226 any of the provisions of this Article, or any laws of the United States, the 227 State of Colorado or ordinances of the Town of Snowmass Village relating 228 to the sale or furnishing of Flavored Tobacco Products. 229 230 2. Violations of any conditions imposed by the Licensing Administrator or 231 Hearing Officer in connection with the issuance of renewal of a License. 232 233 3. Failure to pay State or local taxes that are related to the operation of the 234 business associated with the License. 235 236 4. Loss of right to possession of the Licensed premises. 237 238 5. Fraud, misrepresentation, or a false statement of material fact contained in 239 the original or renewal license application. 240 241 242 B. The Town Manager shall appoint a Hearing Officer to hear all actions relating to 243 the suspension or revocation of Licenses pursuant to this Article. The Hearing 244 Officer shall have the authority to suspend, revoke, or impose remedial sanctions 245 for violations. 246 247 C. The Licensing Administrator shall commence suspension or revocation 248 proceedings by petitioning the Hearing Officer to issue an order to the Licensee 249 to show cause why the Licensee’s License (s) should not be suspended or 250 revoked. The Hearing Officer shall issue such an order to show cause if the 251 petitions demonstrated that probable cause exists to determine that one or more 252 grounds exist pursuant to subsection (a) to suspend or revoke the Licensee’s 253 License. The order to show cause shall set the matter for a public hearing before 254 the Hearing Officer. 255 256 D. Notice of the order to show cause and hearing date shall be mailed to Licensee 257 by regular mail, postage prepaid, at the address shown on the License no later 258 than thirty (30) days prior to the hearing date. Notice is deemed to have been 259 given properly given upon mailing. 260 261 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 166 of 234 166 19-12 TC ORD Page 7 of 10 E. The notice to show cause hearing and any subsequent right to appeal shall be 262 conducted and controlled by the provisions of Rule 106 (a)(4), of the Colorado 263 Rules of Civil Procedure. The standard of proof at such hearings shall be a 264 265 preponderance of the evidence and burden of proof shall be upon the Licensing 266 Administrator. 267 268 F. In determining whether a License should be suspended or revoked, and in 269 determining whether to impose conditions in the event of a suspension, the 270 Hearing Officer shall consider the following factors: 271 272 1 The nature and circumstances of the violation; 273 2 Corrective action, if any taken by the Licensee; 274 3 Prior violations, if any by the Licensee; 275 4 The likelihood of recurrence of the violation; 276 5 Whether the violation was willful; and 277 6 Previous sanctions, if any, imposed on the Licensee. 278 279 Sec. 9-39 Penalties and fines. 280 281 A. License Penalties and Fines. In addition to any other penalty authorized by 282 law, if the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Court determines base on the 283 evidence, that a Tobacco Product Retail Licensee, or any of the Licensee’s 284 agents or employees, has violated any of the requirements, conditions, or 285 prohibitions of this Chapter, or had pleaded guilty, “no contest” or its equivalent, 286 or admitted to a violation of any law related to the Sales of Flavored Tobacco 287 Products the following penalties shall be imposed by the Court on the Licensee: 288 289 1 Upon the first violation, a fine of $50.00 290 2 Upon the second violation a fine of $150.00 291 3 Upon the third violation a fine of $300.00 292 4 Upon the fourth violation summons any subsequent offense(s) 293 5 Each day of violation constitutes a separate offense. 294 295 296 B. A Proprietor is responsible for the actions of its agents and employees regarding 297 the sale of Tobacco Products. The illegal sale of any Flavored Tobacco Products 298 at the Proprietor’s Tobacco Product Retail Location shall result in the 299 assessment of a civil penalty to the Proprietor in the following amounts: 300 301 1 A Penalty Assessment in the amount of $1,000.00 for the 1st violation or a 302 summons with a fine up to $2,650.00; 303 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 167 of 234 167 19-12 TC ORD Page 8 of 10 2 A Penalty Assessment in the amount of $1,500.00 for the 2nd second 304 violation or a summons with a fine up to $2,650.00; 305 3 A Penalty Assessment in the amount of $2,000.00 for the 3rd third violation 306 and any subsequent violation(s) or a summons with a fine up to $2,650.00. A 307 conviction pursuant to Subsection (a) above shall constitute prima facie 308 evidence of a Proprietor’s violation of this Subsection. 309 310 Sec. 9-40 Enforcement. 311 312 A. The remedies provide by the Article are cumulative and in addition to any other 313 remedies available at law or in equity. In addition to other remedies provided in 314 this Article or by other law, any violation of the Article may be remedied by a civil 315 action brought by the Town Attorney, including but not limited to nuisance 316 abatement proceedings and injunctive relief. 317 318 B. Causing, permitting, aiding, abetting, or concealing a violation of any provision of 319 this Article shall cause the offender to be subject to the penalties set forth herein 320 or in the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code. 321 322 Sec. 9-41 Effective Date 323 324 This Article shall become effective January 1, 2020 after First and Second Reading 325 approval by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village. 326 327 Section 3. This ordinance shall not affect any existing litigation and shall no 328 operate as an abatement of any action of proceeding now lending under or by virtue the 329 ordinances repealed or amended as herein provided, and the same shall be conducted 330 and concluded under such prior ordinances. 331 332 Section 4. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, or portion of this 333 ordinance is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional in a court of competent 334 jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent 335 provision and shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions thereof. 336 337 338 339 340 341 INTRODUCED, READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town 342 of Snowmass Village at First Reading on November 04, 2019 upon the motion of 343 Council Member _____, the second of, Council Member _____ and upon a vote of __ in 344 favor and __ opposed. 345 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 168 of 234 168 19-12 TC ORD Page 9 of 10 346 INTRODUCED, READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, as amended by the Town 347 Council of the Town of Snowmass Village at Second Reading on November 18, 2019 348 upon the motion of Council Member _____, the second of Council Member _____ and 349 upon a vote of __ in favor and __ opposed. 350 351 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 352 353 354 ________________________________ 355 Markey Butler, Mayor 356 357 ATTEST: 358 359 ________________________________ 360 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 361 362 363 364 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 365 366 ___________________________________ 367 John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 169 of 234 169 19-12 TC ORD Page 10 of 10 377 378 379 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 170 of 234 170 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: November 4, 2019 AGENDA ITEM: PUBLIC HEARING - Snowmass Center Major Planned Unit Development (PUD) Preliminary Plan Review PRESENTED BY: Brian McNellis - AICP/MLA, Senior Planner, Community Development Department BACKGROUND: The purpose of the meeting is to consider the Applicant’s Preliminary Plan proposal to develop the existing Snowmass Center (Clark’s) building and greater Faraway Ranch North subdivision by building an additional 16,646 square feet of commercial and 78 multi-family residential units (including 10 Restricted affordable, for-sale housing units). The proposal requires a rezoning from SPA to MU-2 with a PUD overlay. The original site plan and program submitted for the Snowmass Center was revised during the Planning Commission Preliminary Plan review process. The recent changes to the site plan and development program are a positive response to comments by Staff and Planning Commission. The Community Development Department generally supports the Preliminary Plan proposal with specific considerations that are detailed as conditions of approval in PC Resolution No. 5 Series of 2019, attached as Attachment A for your reference. A digital version of the application can be found at: https://docs.tosv.com/WebLink/Browse.aspx?id=128293&dbid=0&repo=TOSV FINANCIAL IMPACT: This project will have a considerable financial impact on the Town. It may rejuvenate the primary, locally-serving commercial center of the community thereby boosting commerce and sales tax collected. The proposal has the potential to enhance the overall character, services, and retail amenities of the Town which may leverage Snowmass Village as a tourist destination and Snowmass Center as a locally serving community center. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 171 of 234 171 That said, the proposal entails a substantial influx in the local housing inventory (and commercial space) obligating the Town and special districts for additional services, including fire protection, shuttle service, trash removal, snow plowing, police, etc. The Town Council should also consider cost/benefits associated with the proposed pedestrian bridge (or aerial conveyance) that would connect Snowmass Center and Base Village. Taking into account the amount of capital that would be required to design/build the bridge (approx. $4 million), minus the applicant’s suggested monetary contribution ($750,000), the Town may be left to fund a bridge or conveyance project that has not yet been designed. APPLICABILITY TO COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES: This project facilitates most of the Town Council goals established in 2019 including Affordable Workforce Housing, Community Building, Safety, and (financial) Resiliency. • Although the project is not obligated to provide affordable Housing for commercial square footage totaling less than 77,000 square feet, the project is required to mitigate for the additional free-market residential proposed (roughly 100,322 square feet for 68 free-market units). The Applicant’s proposal exceeds the mitigation requirement by slightly over 2,000 square feet. • The project will enhance Community Building and vitality through the creation of community gathering spaces. • The Applicant proposes modal connectivity with their suggested contribution to a bridge across Brush Creek for an elevated pedestrian route between Base Village and Snowmass Center. • The project may foster fiscal resiliency through an increased commercial tax base. COUNCIL OPTIONS: The Town Council shall consider all relevant materials and testimony, shall consider the standards of Section 16A-5-310 and Section 16A-5-340 and shall, by resolution, approve, approve with conditions or deny the application. An approval would allow the application to proceed to Final Plan submission which can be reviewed by the Planning Commission at the discretion of Town Council. Town Council is advised that the Planning Commission and applicant held over a dozen meetings and were generally in agreement with almost all conditions of approval. There are a small handful of conditions from the Planning Commission Resolution that the Applicant will likely wish to discuss with Town Council. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that Town Council open the public hearing, hear a presentation of the project by the Applicant and accept public input. Town Council may also choose to identify key discussion issues for subsequent meetings following a possible site visit 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 172 of 234 172 with story poles installed scheduled for Monday, December 2, 2019. If Town Council chooses to do a site visit, the Public hearing should be continued to December 2, 2019. ATTACHMENTS: A. Revised Site Plan, June 2019 B. Planning commission Resolution 5, Series 2019 C. Staff Report and associated attachments 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 173 of 234 173 TOWN HALL LOWER KEARNS ROADUPPER KEARNS ROADBRUSH CREE K R O A D ALPINE BANK WOODBRIDGE CONDOS CONOCO 0 50 100 BUILDING 4A BUILDING 4B BUILDING 3A BUILDING 3B BUILDING 2A BUILDING 5A BUILDING 6A BUILDING 6B BUILDING 5B BUILDING 1A BUS TRANSIT BRIDGE TO BASE VILLAGETO ASSAY H ILL UNDERGROUND PARKING FOOTPRINT (DASHED) SURFACE PARKING - 51 STRUCTURED PARKING - 138 BUILDING 2B 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 1516 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 17 18 21 22 19 20 14 15 16 252423 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 38 36 37 39 40 41 43 42 44 45 46 47 4849 5051 9 HC VAN8HC 9 10 11 12 13 14 SNOWMASS CENTER SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO ILLUSTRATIVE SITE PLAN SHOPPINGCARTS 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 174 of 234 174 TOWNOFSNOWMASSVILLAGEPLANNINGCOMMISSIONRESOLUTIONNO.5SERIESOF2019ARESOLUTIONRECOMMENDINGAPPROVALOFAPLANNEDUNITDEVELOPMENT(PUD) PRELIMINARYPLANAPPLICATIONFORTHESNOWMASSCENTERREDEVELOPMENTANDEXPANSIONWHEREAS,theEastwoodSnowmassInvestors,LP(“Applicant”)submittedaPUDPreliminaryPlanonDecember21,2018asanamendmenttothe currentSPAapprovedpursuanttoOrdinanceNo.22,Seriesof1984;andWHEREAS,saidapplicationproposesredevelopmentandexpansionoftheSnowmass Center(hereafterCenter)toincludenewcommercial,andRestrictedHousingadjacenttomixedusedevelopmentandfree-market,multifamilyresidentialonpropertyknownasParcelsAandreplatofParcelA(theSnowmassCenter),B,F,G,andI,FarawayNorthRanch;andWHEREAS,theinformationpresentedwiththePreliminaryPlanPUDgenerallyproposes:a)anincreaseinthecommercialandofficesquarefootageoftheCenterfrom53,997to58,433squarefeet;b)adding10RestrictedHousingunitsabovethemainleveloftheCenter;c)adding9freemarketunitsabovethemainleveloftheCenter;d)adding6multi-familyunitsimmediatelynorthoftheCenter(Parcel2);e)adding9multi-familyunitsnorthofParcel2(Parcel3);f)adding30multi-familyunitsnorthofParcel3(Parcel4);g)7townhomeunitsimmediatelyeastoftheCenter(Parcel5);h)constructingtwonewmixed-usebuildingssouthofthe Center (Parcel6)thatincludes10,331squarefeetofcommercial/officeusesand7units(5,735squarefeet)offreemarketresidentialabove;i)alongwithapproximately370parkingspacesincluding122subgradeparkingspaces;andWHEREAS,toaccommodatesaiddevelopment,anAmendmenttotheOfficialZoneDistrictMapissoughttorezonethe propertyfromSPAtoMixedUse-2(MU-2)withaPUDoverlay;andWHEREAS,theApplicantisseekingaheightvarianceincreasing themaximumbuildingheighttoapproximately55feetfrom38feetandasharedparkingreductionofabout50parkingspacesfromtheLandUse Coderequirementofapproximately370spaces;andWHEREAS,ajointmeetingbetweentheTownCouncilandthePlanningCommissionwasheldonFebruary19,2019,tohearanoverviewoftheprojectbytheApplicant;and11-04-19 TC PacketPage 175 of 234175 PCReso.5of2019Page2of12WHEREAS,aninitialpublichearingwasheldbeforethePlanningCommissiononMarch6,2019toreviewtheapplication;andWHEREAS,the PlanningCommissioncontinuedhearingstoMarch20,April3, April17,June5,June19,July17,August7,August21andSeptember4of2019tofurtherconsidertheapplicationanddraftresolution.NOW,THEREFORE,BEITRESOLVEDbythePlanningCommissionoftheTownofSnowmassVillage,Colorado:SectionOne:GeneralFindings.ThePlanningCommissionherebygenerallyfindsthat:1)TheApplicantreceivedSketchPlanapprovaltoproceedwithPreliminaryPlanpursuanttoTownCouncilResolution18of2018onApril16,2018.2)TheApplicantsubmittedtheapplicationforPreliminaryPlan ReviewoftheProjectinaccordancewiththe provisionsoftheMunicipalCode.ThePreliminaryPlanPUDapplicationprovidedtheMinimumContentsrequiredpursuanttoSection16A-5-340andincludedwrittenandgraphicmaterialsinsufficientdetailtodeemtheapplicationcompleteforreview.3)ThePreliminary PlangenerallyidentifieslandusesproposedattheCentersitewhichareconsistentwiththeTownofSnowmassVillage2018ComprehensivePlan (the“ComprehensivePlan”)FutureLandUseMapwhichspecifiesMixed-useandMulti-familyResidentialusesforthesubjectparcel.4)Atotalof45 unitsper theComprehensivePlan’sBuildoutAnalysisChartisspecifiedfortheSnowmassCenterandFarawayNorth(Center)developmentareas.TheApplicanthasestimatedthetotalbuildoutforthesubject parcelswithintheCenterandFarawayRanchNorthsubdivisiontobe approximately31.5units,acalculationdeemedacceptablebythePlanningCommission.ThePreliminaryPlanapplicationproposes68residentialunits,exceedingthebuildoutmaximumby36.5units,whichthePlanningCommissionjustifiesasappropriateduetotheproject’sproximitytopublictransportation,localservicesandretail.5)PursuanttoSection16A-5-310(c)(4)(b)asupermajorityvote(%)byTownCouncilisrequiredtoexceed100percentofthemaximumbuildoutdescribedherein.Tothe extentnecessaryforand pertinenttoaPreliminaryPlanlevelofevaluationandreview,theapplicationmaycomplywiththereviewcriteriaforexceedingthemaximumbuildoutasspecifiedinSection16A-5-300(c)(4),subjecttosatisfyingtheapplicableconditionscontainedwithinSectionThreeofthisresolution.11-04-19 TC PacketPage 176 of 234176 PCReso.5of2019Page3of126)TheApplicantisrequestingavariancefromtheheightrestrictionsassociatedwiththeproposedunderlyingMU-2zonefrom38feettoamaximumof55feet pursuanttoPursuanttoSection16A-5-310(c)(7)(a)whichrequiresasupermajorityvote(34)byTownCouncil.Specifically,theApplicantisrequestingamaximumof49feetforbuilding1A,38.4feetforbuilding2A,45.9feetforbuilding2B,49feetforbuilding3A,45.1feetforbuilding3B,50feetforbuildings4N4B,52feetforbuilding5A,55feetforbuildingSB,and51.5feetforbuilding6B.7)Forconsiderationofthe saidvariationrequests(buildoutandheight)theApplicantsuggestsacontributionof$750,000towardsthefuturedesignandinstallationofapedestrianbridgeconnectingtheCenterandBaseVillagewhichmaybeevaluatedpursuanttheCommunityPurposecriteriainMunicipalCodeSection16A-5-300(c)(6).8)Theamountofopenspaceprovidedinandaroundtheaffectedsitesproposedfordevelopmentorredevelopmentexceeding25%areacceptable.9)ThesubjectareaisidentifiedontheComprehensivePlan’sEnvironmentalSensitivityMapasbeingwithintheBrushCreekImpactArea.Thedevelopmentproposalwillbe locatedoutsidetheBrushCreekfloodplainandwetlandsareasandwillimprovestormwaterqualityenteringBrushCreek.10)ThePreliminaryPlan identifieslandproposedfordevelopmentorredevelopmentthatarenotlocatedwithintheWildlifeSensitiveAreasidentifiedintheComprehensivePlan.11)TotheextentnecessaryforandpertinenttoaPreliminaryPlanlevelofevaluationandreview,theapplicationisgenerallyconsistentwiththeprovisionsofSection16A-5-300(c),GeneralRestrictions,oftheDevelopmentCode,subjecttosatisfyingtheapplicableconditionscontainedwithinSectionThreeofthisresolution.12)TotheextentnecessaryforandpertinenttoaPreliminaryPlanlevelofevaluationandreview,theapplicationisgenerallyconsistentwiththeprovisionsofSection16A-5-310,ReviewStandards,oftheDevelopmentCode,subjecttosatisfyingtheapplicableconditionscontainedwithinSectionThreeofthisresolution.13)WhilethisapplicationshouldproceedtotheFinalPlanreviewphase,theApplicantshouldbeawarethatthedeterminationsbythePlanningCommission,baseduponnewinformationrequiredandprovidedattheFinalDevelopmentPlanreviewandasratifiedbyTownCouncil,mayrequireminorchangestotheoveralldevelopmentplan.11-04-19 TC PacketPage 177 of 234177 PCReso.5of2019Page4of12SectionTwo:Action.The PlanningCommissionherebyrecommendstoTownCouncilthattheyacceptthePreliminaryPlanPUDproposingtheSnowmassCenterRedevelopmentandExpansion.TownCouncil shalldetermine whethertoauthorizetheApplicanttoproceedtoaFinalPlanPUDapplication,subjecttothesuggestedconditionsstatedinSectionThreebelow.SaidPreliminaryPlanPUDgenerallyproposestheimprovementsasillustratedinattachedExhibitA.SectionThree:Conditions.TheapprovalgrantedinSectionTwoaboveshallbesubjecttosatisfyingthefollowingconditions:Residences(FreeMarketandRestricted):1)Nolessthan100s.f. ofstorage(connectedorseparate)shallbeprovidedforeachresidentialunit(RestrictedorFree-Market)inBuilding1A.2)Theapplicantshallprovideassurancethat theexteriorcommonspaceassociatedwithbuilding1Awillnotbecomederelictbylooselyregulatedstorageofbicycles,skis,kayaks,grills,etc.Ifnecessary,additionalstoragespaceforboththefreemarketandrestrictedhousingof Building1Amaybeconsideredinthiscommonareaorelsewhereintheproject.3)Applicantshallprovidebetterqualityoutdoorspaceforeachofthe free-marketunitsinBuilding1Abyprovidingseparationbetween decks,eliminatingJuliet-stylebalconies,andsteppingbacktheunitstoprovidefulloutdoorlivingspaces.4)Theapplicantshallensurethereisadequatedepthoftheoutdoor decksfortheemployeeunitsforcomfortableoutdoorlivingspace.5)TheCondominiumdeclarationsshallspecifynooutdoorstorageondecksofseasonalequipment.6)Finishes,storage,appliancesandamenitiesfortherestrictedunitsshallbeofcomparablequalitytothoseinBuilding1Afreemarketunits.7)RestrictedunitsshallbecompletedandissuedCertificatesofOccupancypriortoissuanceofCertificatesofOccupancyforthe freemarketunitsinBuilding1A.8)RestrictedunitsshallbeofferedtoeligibleemployeesundertermsestablishedinaccordancewiththeTownofSnowmassVillagePermanentModerateHousingRegulationsforapriceconsistentwithcurrentsalepricesofcomparablerestrictedunitswithintheTown.ARestrictedHousingAgreementshallbesubmittedwithFinalPlansubmittal.9)Two-bedroom Restrictedunitsshallmeetthesink/toiletseparationrequirementssetforthbytheTown’sHousingprogram.10)Restrictedunitsshallbesubjecttoarecordeddeedrestrictiontoensurethispurposeinperpetuity.Landscaping, PavementandStreetFurnishings:11)FurtherdetailsshouldbeprovidedaspartoftheFinalPlan submittalpertainingtosurfacetreatmentsanddimensionsofallpedestrianaccess11-04-19 TC PacketPage 178 of 234178 PCReso.5of2019Page5of12routes, crosswalks,andsidewalkstoassurethatpedestrianareasaregenerouswithoutdissipatingthevitalityofthestreetscape.12)TheApplicant shalldemonstrateacontrastingsurfacetreatmentforMainStreettoindicatewhendriversaretransitioningintoaquasi-pedestrian,urban environment.Thetreatmentshouldbeabletowithstandstandardsnowremovaltechniques.13)Landscapelightingmayneedtobeincreased(especiallyassociatedwithstairways)and further detailedaspartofFinalPlanSubmissioninaccordancewiththestandardsofthelightingcode.14)Wheneverpossible, theamountofimperviousareashallbereduced,andthehardscapedareasminimizedwithincreasedbioswalesandlandscapedareas.15)TobetteraccommodatesafedeliveriestoBuilding1A,Staffrecommendsthatapedestrian crossingbedemarkedacross“MainStreet”fromthewestservicebayinBuilding6A.Thiswillaccommodatehand carteddeliveriestothewestsideof Building1A.16)Theapplicantshall providemoredesignandlandscapedetailfortheresidential/office“courtyard”onthe2ndfloorofBuilding1A.17)Wheneverpossible,excesswidthalongtheMainStreetcorridorshallbededicatedtothepedestriansidewalksoneachsideofthestreet.18)AspartoftheFinalPlansubmission,moredetailshallbeprovidedforthelandscapedesignofthesecond-floorcommonareaofBuilding1A.19)Moreevergreentreeplantingsshouldbeprovidedonthe backsideofbuildingsSAandSB(east),6B(south),and2A/2B(south)tobetterscreenthesebuildingsasseenfromadjacentproperties.20)Aspecificseedmixneedstobeidentifiedandapprovedfortherevegetationofdisturbedopenspaceareas—especiallynorthofbuildings4Aand4B.21) AspartoftheFinal PUDsubmission,theapplicantshallprovideanoxiousweedmanagementplan.22)Anyexistingbarbed-wirefencingonthepropertyshallberemoved and,ifnecessary,replacedwithwildlifefriendlyfencingpursuanttoPitkinCountystandards.23)ThelandscapingplanshallemphasizemakingimprovementstowildlifelinkagesbetweenBrushCreekandnativehabitatstothenorthofSnowmassCenter.24)AspartoftheFinalPlan submittal,theapplicantshallprovideadetailedtreemitigationplanfortheremovalofanytreespeciesof4”caliperormoreata1:1replacementratio.Architecture:25)EachbuildingintheSnowmass Centershall matchaLEEDstandardofnolessthanSilverasapprovedbytheTown’sBuilding Official.26)Theprojectshall bedesignedwithnon-reflectiveglass,especiallyontheeastsideofBuildings5Aand58soasnottocauseanuisanceforneighboringproperties.11-04-19 TC PacketPage 179 of 234179 PCReso.5of2019Page6of1227)Building6Ashouldraise thestreetlevelstorefrontroofheighttoatleast12feetand articulatetherooflinewithdormersandotherdesignfeatures.Alternatively,the applicantmayexplorerotatingtheroofline90degreestoopenviewsfromthecommercialcentertowardstheskimountain.28)Lightercoloredmaterialsshallbeminimizedonbuildings4Aand4Bsothatthearchitectureblendswiththedark,naturaltonesofthehillsidebeyond.29) AspartoftheFinalPUDReviewsubmission,theapplicantshallcontinuetodiversifythearchitecturalcharacterofeachbuildingwithinthedevelopment.30)AttheTown’sdiscretion,the applicantmayberequiredtoprovideadditionalventilationemissioncontrolsforrestaurantusesshouldcomplaintsarise.31)The commonbalconiesassociatedwiththeFreeMarketunitsaboveClark’sMarketshouldberedesignedtobeindividuallyprivatevs.sharedspace.32)Theapplicantshallexploresteppingbackthethird flooroftheMainStreetfacadestoprovide visualreliefforthestreetscapeandaccommodatemoreresidentialbalconies.33)TheapplicantshallconsiderexpandingtheatriumspaceassociatedwithBuilding1Atoaccommodateaverticalarchitecturalcomponentthatexceedsthe38-footheightlimit.PlanningCommissionrecommendsthatarenderingbesubmittedtoTownCouncilforconsideration.34)TheapplicantshalladheretospecificationsoutlinedintheBGBuildingWorks,LLCletterdatedDecember14,2018(submittedwiththePreliminaryPlan)regardingmechanical,electric, andplumbinginstallations.35) AspartoftheFinalPUDsubmission,theapplicantshallprovidesoundmitigationdetailsfortheairhandlingchillerlocatedinthemechanicalbunkeronthe2’levelof buildingIA.LoadingDocks,SolidWasteandSnowStorage:36) TothesatisfactionofthePublicWorksDepartment,theApplicantshallfurtherdemonstratethattheproposedloadingdocksandotherunloading/loadingareas,canadequatelyaccommodatetheturningmovementsandstackingofsemi-trailer vehicleswithafocusonthewestendservicesofbuilding1A-withoutcompromisingtrafficflowandlandscapedareas.37)ArevisedSolidWasteManagementPlanshallbeprovidedforthecommercialcore andshallbeincludedaspartoftheFinalPlansubmission.38) Tothe extent possible, trashenclosuresshallbeadequatelyscreenedand/orrelocatedtobe outofimmediateviewofroadwaysandmainpedestriancorridors.39)Theapplicantshall provide anupdatedSnowStoragePlanthat showsadequatestorestoragelocationsfornoless thana25-yearsnowstormeventand submitasnowmanagementplanbeforeFinalPlanreview.11-04-19 TC PacketPage 180 of 234180 PCReso.Sot2019Page7of1240)PriortoadoptionoftheFinalPUDafinalverificationfortheturningmovementsshallbesubmittedbyalicensedengineerforreviewandapprovalbythePublicWorksDepartment.Easements:41)TheTownofSnowmassVillageshall notacceptownershipofeasementsconveyingthemaintenanceofinternalroads,driveways,orparkingareasassociatedwiththeSnowmassCenterwiththeexceptionofUpperKearns(betweenBrushCreek Roadtotheshuttleroundaboutandtheinclusionthereofl.42)Theapplicantshall provideageneralaccesseasementonParcelAforthebenefitoftheTownofSnowmassVillagethatwillprovidedirectpedestrianaccesstoandfrom“MeltonRanch’Trailand/orvehicularaccesstoParcelsHandHishouldthoselotsbeacquiredbytheTown.43)AspartoftheconveyanceofParcelItotheTown,theapplicantshalldraftanaccesseasementtothe benefitoftheSnowmassCenterHOAforregularmaintenanceofstormwaterinfrastructureonthatparcel.Parking:44)AdetailedandthoroughlycraftedParkingManagementPlanshall beincludedaspartofFinalPlansubmissionandmustaddressmethodstopreventskierandspecialeventparking.45)EachbedroomintheRestrictedHousingunitsshall beprovidedasingleparkingspacelocatedbetweenbuilding1Aandbuildings2N2B.46)Theapplicantshallprovideadequateparkingspaces/chargingstations(surfaceand/or sub-grade)fortheexclusiveuseofelectricvehicles.Uses47)AspartoftheFinalPlansubmission,theApplicantshallprovideaplantoassurethatretailintheCommercialCorewillremain“communityserving”.TheCommercialCoreneedstoaccommodateamixtureofretailtypes.49)Community-basedcommercialshallbespecifiedinaPUDGuidesubmittedwiththeFinalPlanapplication,whichprovidesassurancethatsuchbusinesseswillbemaintainedandprovidedinthelongterm.Examplesof“community-based”commercialincludebutarenotlimitedto:a)Medicalanddentaloffices;b)Professionaloffices;c)Realestateoffices;d)Grocerystores;e)PostOffice;flDrugstoresandpharmacies;g)Cleaners;Ii)Liquorstores;i)Hardwarestoresj)Restaurants,cafes,coffeeshops;k)Financialinstitutions;11-04-19 TC PacketPage 181 of 234181 PCReso.5of2019Page8of12I)Otherprofessionalandservice-basedretail,servicesandoffices;m)Othersimilartypesofcommunity-baseduses.51)ApplicantshouldprovideclarificationaboutthecontinuedoperationofSundance,Tasters,theHardwareStore,andDryCleaners.52)Notwithstanding thelistabove,noofficeusesshallbe allowedatthestreetlevel(retailandrestaurantsonly)unlessconsentedtobyTownCouncil.Currentoffice-basedservicesandentitiesatthestreetlevelshallbe“grandfathered”andallowedtooccupystreetlevelspacewithintheredevelopedSnowmassCenterat theirdiscretion.RoadImprovements:53)TheApplicant’sTransportationImpactStudysupports theLevelofServiceCestimatedfortheLowerKearnsRoad intersectionifthereisanadditionofarightturnlaneonLowerKearnsRoadtomaintainthelevelofserviceduringthe peakhourtraffic.ThePlanning Commissionrecommendssaidintersection improvementbeimplemented.54)Forroadwaysthatrequireretainingwallfeatures,theApplicantshallprovideaspartoftheFinalPlanReview,design and/orveneerofthewallsforreviewandapprovalbytheTown.55)Theapplicantshall providedetailedinformationaboutthesurfacetreatmentofeachaccessroad,driveway,andparkingarea aspartoftheFinalPlansubmittal.56)TheapplicantshallprovidedetailsregardingthematerialityandtreatmentofpedestriancrossingstoassuretheMainStreetareaperformsasaquasi-pedestrianspace.57)The roadwaynetwork,bothprivateandpublic,shallmeetTownEngineeringstandards.58)MainStreetanditsassociatedon-streetparkingshall complywiththedimensionalstandardsoftheLandUseCodeSection 16-4-310,OffStreetParkingStandards.59)AspartoftheFinalPlansubmittal,theapplicantshallprovidemethodologyforminimizingpotentialvehicularconflictsbetweencarsexitingtheeastsideoftheparkinggarageandcarsroundingthebendfromMainStreetontolowerKearns Road.60)AspartoftheFinalPlansubmission, theapplicantshallprovidedetailedsectionsofroadwayintersectionsectionsthatspecify thewidth ofpedestrian,parkingandroadways.61)TheapplicantshallprovideadetaileddraftDevelopmentAgreementforpublicinfrastructureaspartofFinalPlansubmittal.62)ThetransitcenterloopshallberestrictedtopublicRFTAbusesandTOSVshuttlesonlyandshallbesignedaccordingly.11-04-19 TC PacketPage 182 of 234182 PCReso.5of2019Page9of12Trails,Sidewalks andConnectivity:63)Aspartof FinalPlansubmission, theapplicantshallre-evaluatetheproposedtrailconnectionontheeastsideofbuilding3Aand3Bandofferothertrailalignmentoptionsthatdonotexceed6%grade.64)Theapplicant mustprovidesidewalkaccessalongtheeastsideofbuilding1A(fromthemainloadingdockdowntoMainStreet).65)AsidewalkimprovementontheeastsideofUpperKearnsRoad(betweentheround-a-boutandthe transitcircle)shall beconstructedintheavailableTownofSnowmassVillageright-of-wayatawidththatshallbecoordinatedwiththePublicWorksDepartment.MaintenanceAccess:66) AspartoftheFinalPlansubmission,theapplicantshall providemoredetailaboutmaintenanceaccessforvehiclestothedetentionpondslocatednorthofBuildings4N4B.Fire:67) AspartoftheFinalPlansubmission,theapplicantshallcontinuetocooperatewiththeFireProtectionDistricttoprovide“hardened”buildingmaterialsforeachoftheproposedbuildingtothesatisfactionoftheDistrict.ConstructionManagement:68)Duringconstruction,anydisruptiontoexistingcommercialservicesshallnotexceed2daysormoreandshallrequirenotificationof30daysinadvanceofthescheduleddisruptiontotenants.EmergencysituationsasdeemedassuchbythePoliceDepartmentorPublicWorksshallbeexemptfromthisnotificationrequirement.69) AspartoftheFinalPUDsubmittal,theapplicantshall provideamoredetailedconstructionmanagementplanasreferencedinTOSVOrdinance12,series2007withspecificattentiontodustsuppressionmethods.70)Phasingshallallowthegrocerystoreandpostofficetoremainopenduringconstructionwithminimalprolongeddisruptiontodailyoperations.Anymandatoryclosureofthe grocery storeorpostofficeof2daysormoreshallrequireapublicnotice30priortosaidscheduledclosure.CommunityPurpose:71)Although notofficiallyrecommendedforapproval,themonetarycontributionof$750,000fortheconstructionofapedestrianbridgefromthePointSitetoBaseVillageshall remainasaconsiderationbytheTown.72) AspartoftheFinalPlan Review,theapplicantshallconsidersubsidizedrentforlocallyowned,essentialcommunityservices.73) AspartoftheFinalPlanReviewandtotheextentpossible,theapplicantshallcontinuetoworkwiththeExecutive BranchoftheFederalGovernmenttoimproveandactivatethestreetscapefaçadeofthePostOffice.11-04-19 TC PacketPage 183 of 234183 PCReso.5of2019Page10of1274)TheapplicantshallreserveatenantspaceforthePostOfficeexpansionofupto4,000squarefeettotal,toimprovetheoperationsandefficienciesofthespace.ThereservationshallbeconsideredaCommunityPurposecontributionasrequiredbytheLandUseCode.Thecommitmentforthereservationshallexpireuponthe5thanniversaryofthedateoffinalapprovalofthePUDplan.Water andSanitationRequirements:75) Priortobuildingpermitsubmission,detailedreviewahdapprovalofthewaterandsewersystembySnowmassWater&SanitationDistrict’s(SWSD)engineershallbe required.76)Priortobuildingpermitsubmission,theapplicantshallprovideprovisionsofadetailedWaterandSanitarySewerBasisofDesignReporttoSWSDthatincludesaverageandpeakwaterandwastewaterflowsandanestimateoftotalEQR’sbrokendownbyindividuallivingspaceand commercialclassification.77)Theapplicantshallprovide SWDSwithanirrevocableletterofcreditinanamountacceptabletoSWDSasaguaranteetosecurecompletionoftherequiredpublicimprovements.78)Installationofwaterand sanitation infrastructureshallbeinstalledinaccordancewithSWDSrulesandregulations.79)Theapplicantshallprovideas-builtsurveysandacceptanceofpublicinfrastructurebySWSDtogetherwithatwo-yearwarrantycoveringalldesign and/orconstructiondefectsandaletterofcredittoSWSDintheamountof10%oftotalwaterandsewerconstructioncosts.80)TheapplicantshallprovideadedicationofpublicutilityeasementtoSWDSforallpublicinfrastructuretobeownedbySWSD,inaformandwith titleassurancesasrequiredbySWSD,freeandclearofanyfinancialencumbrances.81)The applicantshallprovidepaymentofsystemdevelopment fees,totheTownand/orSWSD,asapplicableforeachproperty/building.82)ReimbursementofSWSD’scostsincurredinnegotiationandadministrationoftheLineExtensionAgreement(LEA)includingperiodicreplenishmentofa$25,000ProjectFundinadditiontorequiredsecurity.CivilEngineering:83) AspartoftheFinalPUDsubmission,theapplicantshallprovideupdatedcivilengineeringplansoftheentireprojectforreviewandapprovaloftheTown,includingadditionalhydrodynamicseparatorCDSwatertreatmentvaultsatallloadingdocksandparkinggarageforthepurposeofseparatingsandandoilfromparkinglotrun-off84)Theapplicantshalladheretopreviousgeotechnicalreportsprovidedintheapplication,specificallythosefromSeptember24,2008 andOctober26,2007.85)AspartoftheFinal PUDsubmission, theapplicantshallprovideagreementsbetweenAlpineBankandtheapplicantthatitisacceptableto11-04-19 TC PacketPage 184 of 234184 PCReso.5of2019Page11o112improveandutilizeportionsofAlpineBank’spropertyatLowerKearnsandBrushCreekRoadfor trail,snowstorageandstormwaterimprovements.86)AspartoftheFinal PUDsubmission,theapplicantshallprovidemoredetailedinformationaboutthehydrodynamicseparator(CDS)stormwatervaultsandtheremovalofhydrocarbons,organicmaterial,andotherdissolvedelementsfromstormwater.87)AspartoftheFinalPUDsubmission,theapplicantshall providespecificationsonthesizeandsedimentremovalefficienciesoftheproposedconcretesedimentationbasin.88)AspartoftheFinalPUDsubmission,the applicantshallprovidedetailsandmanagementplanwithschedulethataddressesaccesstostormdrainsystemsforregularmaintenanceandcleaning.89)AdetailedmaintenancescheduleforstormwaterinfrastructureshallbeprovidedaspartoftheFinalPlansubmission.Other90)Theplanshall beconsideredforreturntoPlanningCommissionforFinalReviewrecommendation.91)TheapplicantshallprovideaproposedconfigurationofHOAsfortheresidential and commercialcomponentsofthedevelopmentaspartoftheFinalPlansubmission.Acondominiumplatshallberecordedpriortocompletionofconstruction.92)Exceptasmayneedtobeamended,theFinalPlanapplicationshallbeconsistentwiththe provisionsofthisresolution, andwiththedesign,policyorotherrepresentationsmadebytheApplicantduringthePreliminaryPlanPUDreview.11-04-19 TC PacketPage 185 of 234185 PCReso5of2019Page12of12INTRODUCED,READ,ANDADOPTEDbythePlanningCommissionoftheTownofSnowmassVillage,Coloradoonthis4thdayofSeptember2019,withamotionmadebyCommissionmemberFaurerandasecondbyCommissionmemberMarshack,byavoleof5infavor and1opposed.CommissionmemberFridsteinwasrecusedfromreviewingandvotingontheproject.TOWNOFSNOWMASSVILLAGEPLANNINGCOMMISSIONPatrickJ.KeIty,Cha*ersonATTEST:CindyFord’SecretaryAttachments:1.ApprovedSitePlan11-04-19 TC PacketPage 186 of 234186 p - I.. -t .t.—— —. chA DESIGN\WIIKSI lOP ILLUSTRATIVE SITE PLANSNOWMASSCENTER11-04-19 TC PacketPage 187 of 234187 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Planning Department – Brian McNellis, Planner AICP, MLA SUBJECT: Snowmass Center – Faraway Ranch North SPA, Parcels A, B, F, G, and I MAJOR PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) and REZONING PRELIMINARY PLAN REVIEW DATE: November 4, 2019 ______________________________________________________________________ I. General Information:  Owner/Applicant: Eastwood Snowmass Investors, LP  Property: Parcels A, B, F, G, and I, Faraway Ranch North Subdivision:  Representative: Design Workshop, Inc. II. Project Summary:  New Commercial/Office uses within existing Snowmass Center – 58,433 s.f. total (current SPA allows up to 77,450 s.f. of commercial with no additional employee housing mitigation) • 6,279 s.f. – new expansion of existing Snowmass Center (Clark’s Market) • 3,305 s.f. – new building 6A • 7,026 s.f. – new building 6B  Commercial Parking – 122 subgrade and 52 surface spaces (174 total)  Residential Parking – 146 spaces (subgrade and surface)  Restricted (For Sale) Housing - New 2nd and 3rd floor above Clark’s Market – 11,346 s.f. (10 units) total  New Free-Market Residential units – 100,322 s.f. (68 units) total • 9 multi-family units on Parcel 1 (above Clark’s Market) • 7 multi-family units on Parcel 1 (across Main Street from Clark’s Market) • 6 townhouse units on Parcel 2 (north of Clark’s Market) • 9 townhouse units on Parcel 3 (north of Clark’s Market) • 30 multi-family units on Parcel 4 (north of Clark’s Market) • 7 townhouse units on Parcel 5 (east of Clark’s Market)  New Public Transit Facility – 2 TOSV shuttle staging capacity III. Applicant’s Request: Approval of the PUD Preliminary Plan pursuant to Code Sections 16A-5-340 of the Land Use Code including:  Rezoning to Mixed-Use 2 with a PUD overlay Staff Response: This zone overlay coupled with a Planned Unit Development request is appropriate for the type of mixed-use development being proposed.  Height Variance (38 feet allowed) 55 feet max requested on Parcel 5 Townhomes and slightly less variance on Building 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, and 6B). Height variances may be permitted pursuant to Section 16A-5-300(c)(7)(a): a. Height. Variations to increase the maximum allowable height of structures may be obtained pursuant to the following provisions: 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 188 of 234 188 1. A request to grant a variation to increase the maximum allowable height for any individual structure may be granted by the Town Council, provided that at least fifty percent (50%) of the structure for which the variation is sought, as measured utilizing the structure's footprint, conforms to the height limits of the underlying zone district, provided further that no portion of the structure exceeds the height limit of the underlying zone district by more than seventy- five percent (75%). 2. In exceptional and special circumstances, a request to grant a variation to increase the maximum allowable height for individual structures may be permitted to exceed the fifty-percent or seventy-five-percent limitation described in the preceding paragraph, if the applicant is able to sufficiently demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Town Council that: a) Views from surrounding properties, as determined through the use of detailed view plane analysis, which may include computer-generated visualizations, story poles and other methods acceptable to the Planning Director, will not be substantially adversely affected. The surrounding properties to be considered will include those immediately adjacent to the PUD and those that are identified by the Planning Commission and the Town Council during their respective review and public comment periods. b) The proposed structure will be compatible, in terms of height, mass, scale, orientation and configuration, with other structures in the PUD and with adjacent structures. If the variation exceeds the fifty-percent or seventy-five-percent limitations described in the preceding paragraph, the variation and the Preliminary PUD Plan resolution must be approved by at least three-quarters (¾) of the Town Council members present and voting, for good cause shown and by identifying the reasons why the height variation is warranted. 3. For the purposes of administering paragraph (7)a, the Town Council may grant by simple majority vote, a height variation for certain structures, such as flagpoles, antennas and other similar structures which have only a nominal footprint. Staff Response: The applicant is requesting a number of variances beyond the 38-foot height restriction on several building including building 5A, 5B, 4A, 4B, 3A, 3B, and 6B (see attachment K).  Encroachment into 30% Slopes. For the Town to allow development under any of the above circumstances, the applicant shall provide an opinion from a professional geotechnical engineer licensed in the State stating that: a) The slope is not prone to instability or failure; or b). The proposed development will not cause greater slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure, and that therefore, there will be no significant risk that damage to adjacent property will result from the proposed construction. Staff Response: The applicant has provided a geotechnical report from a certified engineer that analyses the soil conditions and required foundation specifications to assure sound development within defined 30% slope areas.  Shared Parking Reduction. A reduction in off street parking standards may be granted pursuant to Section 16A-4-310(c) Shared Parking: Off-street parking facilities for separate uses may be provided collectively, if the total number of 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 189 of 234 189 spaces provided is not less than the sum of the separate requirements of each such use. However, no parking space or portion thereof shall serve as the required space for more than a single use, unless the Town specifically authorizes a shared parking arrangement. In order to obtain approval of a shared parking arrangement, the applicant shall be required to show that the peak use period for the uses will not overlap with one another, that the uses are located on the same or adjoining sites, and that the total number of spaces that would be required for all uses has not been reduced by more than twenty percent (20%). Staff Response: the applicant is proposing a reduction of approximately 50 spaces from nearly 370 required to 320 spaces provided (roughly a 14% reduction but may vary depending upon specific commercial uses).  Brush Creek Impact Review pursuant to Section 16A-4-30(e) Setback: Development shall not take place within the stream channel and shall not alter the channel of Brush Creek or its capacity, except as expressly permitted herein. Development shall be set back a minimum of twenty-five (25) feet, measured horizontally from the outer edge of any riparian or wetland areas that are subject to the provisions of this Section 16A-4-30, Brush Creek Impact Area. Staff Response: A portion of the subject property is located within the Brush Creek Impact Area. The applicant has addressed all applicable standards in the Impact Report that was submitted with the application. No development will occur inside of the 25-foot setback area (Parcel I). There are no known nesting and breeding areas in the Impact Area. The relocated Melton Trail may require tree removal and replacement in accordance with these standards. No changes to the creek are proposed on Parcel I, although a new clean-out/maintenance structure will be added to the area above the creek which will remain out of the revised floodplain. It is expected that storm water quality will be improved as the result of new utilities and infrastructure proposed at the Snowmass Center.  Development Exceeding the Future Buildout Potential of the Site by More Than 65%. Note: In accordance with the buildout matrix adopted as part of the 2018 Comprehensive Plan and methodology offered by the applicant (as approved by Staff) the site is limited to 31.5 residential units. The proposed 68 units exceeds this buildout by more than 100% which triggers Community Purpose (community benefit) standards pursuant to Code Section 16A-5-300(c)6, which includes; a) Provision of restricted housing. A parcel's maximum buildout may be achieved, and its dimensional limitations may be varied to offer an incentive to applicants to provide more restricted housing within the PUD than would otherwise be required by this Development Code, particularly in those priority locations for such housing is identified within the Comprehensive Plan. Staff Response: The applicant proposes to provide approximately 2,207 square feet more of restricted housing than is required. b) Encourage sustainable development. A parcel's maximum buildout may be achieved, and its dimensional limitations may be varied to encourage sustainable development within the Town that diversifies the mix of lodging, retail and dining uses and that is consistent with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan. Sustainable development may be of the type that creates a sense of place where one can live and work within a small defined service area as well as where recreation, public transportation, 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 190 of 234 190 open space, personal services and shopping are within reasonable walking distance. It may also be where the development includes positive social, environmental or economic benefits that significantly contribute to, greatly enhance or are determined necessary for the sustainability of the community as a whole. Staff Response: In accordance with the Comprehensive Plan, the Faraway Ranch North CPA is recognized as an appropriate location for mixed used development where residents can live, work, and spend their leisure time. c) Provide open space and/or avoid wildlife habitat. A parcel's maximum buildout may be achieved, and its dimensional limitations may be varied to provide necessary site planning flexibility to enable the development to provide more and higher quality open space or to conserve critical wildlife habitat lands. This shall be accomplished in such a way as to maintain these lands as large, contiguous areas. Such lands shall not be fragmented into small, unconnected areas by development, unless the applicant demonstrates that this arrangement will result in the most suitable development pattern for the property, and that the lands providing valued open space or critical wildlife habitat have been protected. Where applicable, connections of such lands on the site to such lands on adjacent properties shall be accomplished. Staff Response: The applicant proposes to dedicate Parcel I along Brush Creek Road as well as 23.6 acres of dedicated open space that is contiguous with existing open space and will not fragment wildlife habitat. d) Encourage better design. A parcel's dimensional limitations may be varied (but its maximum buildout may not be achieved) to allow for greater variety in the type, design and layout of buildings. Structures shall be designed to be compatible, in terms of height, mass, scale, orientation and configuration, with other buildings in the PUD and with surrounding uses yet shall avoid uniformity of design. Various types of residential uses may be combined within the PUD (when allowed by the underlying zone district), to promote more efficient land use patterns and increased open space. Staff Response: The proposed PUD provides a variety of residential designs that will be established surrounding the commercial and office core. Townhomes and flats are proposed as well as restricted units on the upper floors of the center. This variety of architecture ensures that the type, design and layout of the buildings are harmonious and will not be “cookie cutter” in their configuration. e) Develop necessary public facilities. A parcel's maximum buildout may be achieved, and its dimensional limitations may be varied to provide an incentive for an applicant to develop, or contribute to the development of, necessary public facilities, such as public parking and transportation facilities, public recreation facilities and other public facilities consistent with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan and the Town's goals and objectives. The facilities may be located within or outside of the PUD but shall be facilities beyond the required mitigation for the project that meet the needs not only of project residents, but also of other residents of and visitors to the Town and shall promote, generally, the public health, safety and welfare. Staff Response: The applicant has provided a proposed list of community purpose benefits that they feel meets the intent of this section of the code. These are included 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 191 of 234 191 (see attachment M). The most significant of the proposed “community benefits” is a $750,000 cash contribution toward a pedestrian bridge or other conveyance to help promote pedestrian connectivity and reduce vehicular traffic to the center. IV. Sec. 16A-5-310. – General Review Standards. In addition to demonstrating compliance with the provisions of Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions, and with all other applicable provisions of this Code, a proposed PUD shall also comply with the following review standards. 1) Consistency with Comprehensive Plan. The PUD shall be consistent with the intent of the Town's Comprehensive Plan. Staff Response: The applicant has worked with Planning Staff throughout Sketch and Preliminary Plan to assure compliance with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan as identified below. The proposed redevelopment and expansion proposal are part of the Faraway North and Snowmass Center Comprehensively Planned Area (CPA) which identify components that should be considered as part of a redevelopment proposal for the subdivision:  Encourage mixed-use redevelopment of the Snowmass Center that incorporates a pedestrian friendly space that fosters year-round activity. Thoughtfully-designed streetscapes will provide an opportunity for locals and visitors to gather, dine and interact with one another daily and throughout the year.  Retain essential services such as the Post Office and grocery store while including other related uses that can be accessed collectively during a single visit to the Snowmass Center.  Promote residential development within walking/biking distance to the Snowmass Center that will generate a steady flow of activity and commerce.  Reinforce a well-designed and interconnected system of narrow streets that accommodate slow vehicular traffic for ease of access to services for locals and visitors.  Ensure that redevelopment incorporates seamless transit with safe and pleasant pedestrian connections. A bridge or aerial conveyance between Base Village and Snowmass Center will allow locals and visitors to easily access services, restaurants, and entertainment throughout the Village Core.  Higher density residential development could be accommodated on publicly owned parcels west of Town Hall and northeast of the existing Snowmass Center, providing needed housing for local employee and elderly populations. Housing should maintain a balance of free market and “restricted” employee units with a variety of housing types and sizes.  Any redevelopment should be “authentic” to Snowmass Village and capture important views of Mt. Daly and Snowmass Mountain.  Architecture should be human-scaled and interconnected with pedestrian plazas and outdoor seating areas that offer good solar exposure, lighting, plantings and quality of design. Where possible, upper building floors should be stepped back to create outdoor spaces and roof decks to capture views while activating the streetscape. Staff Response: The proposed design of the Center is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. 2) Preservation of Community Character. The development proposed for the PUD shall be consistent with the standards of Section 16A-4-340, Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character, shall be compatible with, or an enhancement of, the character of existing land uses in the area and shall not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 192 of 234 192 Staff Response: The proposal arguably enhances the character of the current antiquated Snowmass Center with updated/expanded grocery store as well as more commercial services, restaurant spaces, and multi-family residential that will offer vibrancy to the area. The design offers commercial center or “Main Street” component that fosters community gathering, interaction, and vitality. 3) Creative Approach. The development proposed for the PUD represents a creative approach to the development and use of land and related physical facilities to produce better developments and to provide amenities for residents of the PUD and the public in general. Staff Response: The development utilizes the existing configuration of the Snowmass Center while providing sub-grade parking, thereby allowing for the creation of a double-sided “Main Street” corridor. 4) Landscaping. Proposed landscaping for the PUD shall provide sufficient buffering of uses from one another (both within the PUD and between the PUD and surrounding lands) to minimize noise, glare and other adverse impacts, shall create attractive streetscapes and parking areas and shall be consistent with the character of the Town. Staff Response: The applicant has provided a Landscape Plan. The Planning Commission has requested more screening between buildings within/surrounding the development. More detail should be provided for plantings along the streetscapes as part of Final Plan review. 5) Comply with development evaluation standards. The PUD shall comply with all applicable provisions of Article IV of this Development Code, Development Evaluation Standards. Staff Response: The applicant has met these standards. 6) Suitability for Development. The property proposed for the PUD shall be suitable for development, considering its topography, environmental features and any natural or man-made hazards that affect its development potential. Staff Response: The development will encroach slightly into 30% slope areas, an issue that has been addressed in the geotechnical report submitted with the application. Other potential hazards including rockfall and debris/mud flows will be mitigated by the incorporation of retention basins as recommended. Spatial Pattern Shall be Efficient. The PUD shall be located to avoid creating spatial patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services, or that require duplication or premature extension of public facilities. Staff Response: The revised Preliminary site plan doubles the amount of delivery bays currently offered at the Snowmass Center. The design also accommodates a shuttle transit station and provides a hotel shuttle pick-up/drop-off area. 7) Roads. Any new road developed to serve the PUD shall be continuous and in alignment with existing platted streets to which the street is to be connected. Where appropriate, new streets shall be planned so that they can create an interconnected Town road network, with provision for adequate road and utility easements. Where cul-de-sacs are used in the development, the applicant is encouraged to provide a trail or similar pedestrian link between them. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 193 of 234 193 Staff Response: The proposal suggests a two-way Main Street that allow for access to the Snowmass Center via Lower and Upper Kearns Road. Some roadways will terminate on the upper portions of the development but will incorporate emergency turnaround standards. Pedestrian access from these areas will be adjacent or provided within a reasonable walking distance. 8) Water and Sewer Lines. Any water or sewer line extension necessary to serve the PUD shall be consistent with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District's service plan and the Town's Comprehensive Plan. Staff Response: The applicant has provided detailed civil engineering reports and drawings that connect proposed utilities to existing infrastructure. The applicant has addressed a majority of Staff’s concerns as it pertains to stormwater management (but is still a work in progress – see attachment D). Easements for associated water and stormwater utilities will be dedicated to the benefit of the Snowmass Water & Sanitation District. 9) Phasing. If the PUD is to be developed in phases, then each phase shall contain the required streets, utilities, landscaping and other public facilities or improvements that are necessary and desirable for residents of the project. If the PUD incorporates any amenities for the benefit of the Town, such as trail connections, these shall be constructed within the first phase of the project, or, if this is not possible, then as early in the project as is reasonable. The pace and phasing shall be evaluated with regard to construction impacts along with possible interruption of construction as it would affect the community as a whole. Staff Response: The draft construction management plan assures minimal interruption to existing community services including the Post Office and the grocery store. 10) Construction Interruptions. The development application shall provide a reasonable restoration and/or remediation contingency plan to mitigate impacts resulting from any potential extended interruption of construction affecting the community as a whole. Surety or security may be necessary to ensure implementation of the plan. Staff Response: The Planning Commission recommended that the applicant be required to provide adequate notification to the Town/community prior to any prolonged interruption of operation and/or services V. 16A-5-340. - Preliminary Plan. a) Purpose. The purpose of preliminary plan review is for the applicant to formulate detailed, properly designed/engineered solutions to the issues and concerns identified during sketch plan review, and to address, in a detailed manner, all other issues that are relevant to the preliminary plan. For minor PUD applications, where no sketch plan was submitted, the purpose of the preliminary plan is to present detailed, properly designed/engineered plans for consideration by the Town and the public. The burden at the preliminary plan stage is on the applicant to provide detailed information and mitigation proposals to be evaluated by the Town and the public. For any PUD application that also involves subdivision or that requires approval of an amendment of the Official Zone District Map, the application for subdivision or rezoning shall be submitted with, and considered at the same time as, the preliminary PUD plan review. (b) Preliminary Plan Review Intent and Issues. The questions the Planning Commission and Town Council should consider in a detailed manner during review of the 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 194 of 234 194 preliminary plan (depending upon the size and complexity of the proposal) include the following: 1) Response to Sketch Plan Issues and Concerns. Has the applicant provided detailed, sufficient and appropriate responses to each of the issues and concerns identified during the sketch plan review? Staff Response: The applicant has modified the site plan based upon the concerns raised by Planning Commission and Town Council during Sketch Plan review including the configuration of the shuttle transit station. An updated parking management plan has been submitted and is currently under review by Staff for the requested shared parking arrangement which reduces the parking requirement by approximately 14%. As proposed in Sketch Plan, variances for height are requested in the current proposal. 2) Zone District Limitations. Does the proposed development comply with all of the limitations of the underlying zone district? If the applicant proposes to vary any of the property's dimensional limitations, then does the application comply with all of the applicable standards for granting of the variation? Staff Response: As previously mentioned, the applicant is requesting a variance from the 38-foot height limit to a maximum of 55 feet (see attachment K). 3) Comprehensive Plan. Is the proposed development consistent with all relevant policies and recommendations of the Town's Comprehensive Plan? If the applicant proposes a buildout in excess of sixty-five percent (65%) of that identified in the Comprehensive Plan, then will the community purposes that are most appropriate to be accomplished by the proposed development be achieved? Staff Response: The applicant proposes to (more than) double the residential allotment prescribed for the Faraway North Ranch Subdivision in the 2018 Comprehensive Plan. Such a request triggers Community Purpose for which the applicant has suggested a $750K contribution towards the construction of a pedestrian bridge. Staff feels this is substantially lacking as a community benefit when considering the long-term impact of this project and questions the effectiveness of a bridge that will connect Town Hall and Base Village. Staff encourages that the applicant explore other Community Benefit proposals that are “brick & mortar” solutions which can be funded and built by the applicant, including the possibility of offering more restricted housing within the proposal. 4) Architectural Plans. Are the proposed mass, scale, height, density, volume, materials, colors and detailed design elements of the buildings compatible with, appropriate for or an enhancement of the character of the community and with surrounding buildings? Staff Response: As previously mentioned, the applicant is requesting to exceed the 38- foot height limit for the proposed MU-2 zone district which will inherently increase the perceived mass of some of the buildings. The applicant should continue to articulate the architecture so that all buildings are complimentary of one another but appear as a collection of individual developments. 5) Landscaping and Open Space. Is the type, amount, size, species and location of proposed landscaping adequate and suitable for the development? Has adequate landscaping been provided as a buffer between uses and around the 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 195 of 234 195 perimeter of the development? Has the applicant demonstrated that existing vegetation and trees on the site that should be protected will be so protected? Which specific areas of the site will be designated as open space; what is the proposed size, use and landscaping of each area? What are the preliminary plans for the homeowner's association or condominium association to maintain said open space? Staff Response: A majority of the natural open space in the subdivision will be dedicated and maintained by the Town. Although a Landscape Plan has been submitted, more detail needs to be provided regarding species planning varieties and seeding types. Staff feels that more articulation of the landscaping in the common areas and streetscapes need to be offered for reviewed. The applicant should provide more evergreen screening for building facades that potentially exceed the 38-foot height limit (i.e. between Woodbridge condominiums and buildings 5A/5B). As it relates to HOA maintenance of open space, this issue will be further addressed at time of Final PUD submission. 6) Natural Hazard Areas. What is the site-specific location and characteristics of any geologic hazards, steep slopes, flood plains and similar hazards on the property? Will any of these natural areas pose a potential threat to life or property? If so, what specific measures will be employed to avoid, minimize or mitigate these dangers? Staff Response: The property is rated for severe wildfire danger. The applicant is in on- going discussion with the Roaring Fork Fire Authority regarding the extent of “hardened materials” required for each of the buildings. There are no other significant natural hazards associated with the property. Potential rockfall, mud/debris flows are mitigated by detention basins on the upper portions of the site. The property contains floodplain hazard within Parcel I where no development is proposed. 7) Natural Resource Areas. What is the site-specific location and characteristics of any wildlife habitat areas, riparian areas, wetlands and other valued natural features on the property? What are the anticipated impacts of the proposed development on these features? Has the proposed development been designed so it will comply with the standards of this Development Code that apply to these natural resource areas? Staff Response: The only areas of ecological value include the open space on the uppermost portions of the subdivision and Parcel I along Brush Creek (both of which will be dedicated to the Town). Storm water run-off originating from the upper open space areas and the impervious areas within the development will benefit from new infrastructure that will improve the overall water quality discharged into Brush Creek. 8) Grading and Drainage. What is the extent of soil and vegetation disturbance planned for the site? How will disturbed areas be stabilized both during construction and following completion of the project? Where will excavated materials be stockpiled? Will any retaining structures be employed and, if so, what will be their design specifications and materials? How will storm water be handled both during construction and following completion of the project? Staff Response: The proposed development will, at specific locations, result in significant retainage and therefore substantial soil excavation. The revised construction management plan states that excavated material will be immediately removed from the 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 196 of 234 196 site. Infrastructure for stormwater management will be constructed as part of Phase 1 and shall be finalized prior to commencement of all other construction on-site. 9) Transportation Impact. How many vehicle trips will be generated, and what is the anticipated public transportation ridership from the proposed development? What is the capacity of the intersections that the proposed development will impact? What will be the impacts of the proposed development on the Town's public transportation system, road capacities and parking facilities and how will these impacts be mitigated? What measures will the project employ to ensure that following development roadways within the Town will continue to function at the adopted level of service standard? Have roads on- and off-site been designed in a safe and efficient manner, to connect the site to other activity areas and destination points? Staff Response: Upon the request of Staff, the applicant provided a revised Traffic Report that incorporates traffic counts for the recently completed Limelight Hotel. The results indicate that the current roadways and intersections will adequately accommodate the influx of traffic generated from the redeveloped Snowmass Center - with exception of a Level of Service (LOS) rating of D for vehicles turning left from Lower Kearns onto Brush Creek Road. It was suggested that this intersection could benefit from separate turning lanes (right vs. left turning vehicles). 10) Necessary Facilities. Has the applicant provided detailed engineering plans and reports demonstrating the type, location and capacity of the water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, fire protection and other necessary facilities that will be constructed to serve the project? Will needed public facilities and services be made available concurrently to offset the potential impacts of such development? Staff Response: The applicant has adequately addressed these issues and has provided Will Serve letters from all of the major utility providers. More detail and alternate solutions regarding sedimentation and hydrocarbon removal from stormwater is recommended. The installation of utilities is listed as the first item (Phase I) in the revised Construction Management Plan. 11) Pace and Phasing. Has the applicant provided a sufficiently detailed phasing proposal to ensure that the development phasing will occur in an efficient and orderly manner with consideration given to construction and other impacts to the community? Have all phases, including the initial phase, been designed to sustain itself and function as a complete development not reliant on subsequent phases to operate in an efficient and orderly manner? Has the applicant provided a reasonable contingency plan to mitigate impacts resulting from any possible interruption of construction as it would affect the community as a whole? Staff Response: The applicant has adequately addressed construction phasing in the revised Construction Management Plan. The proposed phasing accommodates the continued operation of the Post Office and grocery store with the possibility of occasional disruption (as required with 30-day prior notice to the Town and public). 12) Restricted Housing. What is the specific mix and configuration of housing that will be provided to meet the Town's restricted housing requirements? What guarantees has the applicant agreed to provide to ensure that such housing will be available at the time it has been required by the Town? 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 197 of 234 197 Staff Response: The proposal includes a total of 78 units (of which 10 are Restricted Housing units). As background, Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, previously required the Snowmass Center to provide a minimum of 51 mixed employee units on parcel C (now occupied by TOSV Town Hall). Upon conveyance of Parcel C to the Town, this requirement was rescinded by Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988 stating that the Snowmass Center is, “automatically, fully, and forever relieved of any obligation to build 51 mixed employee units”. In accordance with the 1988 Resolution, the Town has conceded that Restricted Housing for any new commercial development (not exceeding the original 77,450 s.f. allowed) is not required. Therefore, and as it pertains to this proposal, the applicant is only required to provide additional mitigation housing to offset the proposed residential development at the Snowmass Center. The proposed units vary from 1-bedroom units to 4 bedrooms total. Pursuant to Planning Commission Resolution No. 5 of 2019, the applicant is obligated to be issued Certificates of Occupancy (COs) for all the restricted housing units prior to issuance of CO’s for the free market units in Building 1A. 13) Fiscal Impact. Will the proposed development have a positive or negative fiscal impact upon the Town and other taxing districts that provide services to it? If the proposal is shown to have a negative fiscal impact, then what measures will the applicant employ to mitigate those costs? Staff Response: Overall, the proposed development is expected to have a positive fiscal impact on the Town. A peer review of the applicant’s Fiscal Impact Report suggests that the project would generate approximately $288,197 in annual General Fund revenues in sales tax vs. $204,148 in additional municipal expenditures required to service the new project. 14) Energy Conservation. What will be the energy utilization of the significant energy-consuming elements of the project (such as heating systems, swimming pools, saunas, Jacuzzis, etc.). What specific active and passive techniques will the development employ to promote energy conservation and take advantage of solar and alternative energy source opportunities? Staff Response: Pursuant to Planning Commission Resolution No. 5 of 2019, the applicant is committed to achieving no less than a LEED standard of Silver, which will include solar on rooftops. 15) Air Quality. What will be the primary sources of air pollution from the project? What will be the quantity and composition of pollutants that will be discharged on a daily and seasonal basis and what are the dispersal qualities of the site that will affect the pollutants that are generated? What geographic area will be impacted by these pollutants? What techniques will the development employ to reduce the impacts of these pollutants? Staff Response: The Planning Commission has recommended more detail in the Construction Management Plan as it pertains to dust suppression. The Town reserves the right to administer additional air quality measures if restaurant uses become a nuisance or compromise air quality. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 198 of 234 198 16) Construction Management Plan. What is the proposed plan for phasing of the project? What is its construction schedule? What measures will be employed to mitigate construction impacts? Staff Response: The applicant has provided a 4-tiered phasing schedule as part of their Construction Management Plan. The Chief Building Official for TOSV has deemed it adequate for Preliminary Review and the scale of construction proposed for the Snowmass Center. It is designed to assure the continued operation of the Post Office and grocery store. 17) Community Welfare. Does the proposed development in its totality promote the public health, safety and welfare? Staff Response: The community will benefit from a renewed Snowmass Center that will include an expanded grocery store and Post Office in additional to local serving retail. The redevelopment will provide the community with a Town Center which has long been desired by many residents of Snowmass Village. VI. Sec 16A-4-40. - Floodplain and wetland areas. Staff Response: Parcel I of the project contains the Brush Creek Floodplain in its entirety. No development is proposed in the floodplain or wetland areas as part of this development. ATTACHMENTS: A. Housing Office referral B. Transportation Department referral C. Public Works referral D. SGM referral (civil) E. SGM referral (SMW&S) F. Roaring Fork Fire Authority referral G. Dunlop Environmental referral H. LSC Traffic Engineering referral I. Supplemental Parking Plan J. Public Comment K. Height Analysis L. DWI Application Amendments M. DWI Community Purpose 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 199 of 234 199 1 Brian McNellis From:Betsy Crum Sent:Tuesday, February 19, 2019 2:13 PM To:Brian McNellis Subject:RE: Snowmass Center Review Brian – I have gone through the shared document and have mostly made my comments with the “sticky notes” on specific things. Overall, my comments are as follows:  I think the 10 two bedrooms will be absorbed well, especially if priced in the range of other deed-restricted condominiums;  The parking for the deed restricted units is inadequate – suggest increasing  The units are good sized, but suggest the following based on the floor plan review: o Suggest one of the bathrooms be not en-suite – presently they are only accessible through bedrooms; o Ensure adequate storage in all units for not only the regular stuff, but also for gear – consider outside storage o Laundry facilities are not apparent – hookups should be in all units  The price should be consistent with that in the Market Study - $220-225,000  The HOA fees need to be capped to make sure it continues to be affordable. I think it would also make sense for the Town to provide a sample deed restriction and, if we can get it, manage the sales and resale process. Hope this helps. Good luck! Betsy Crum Housing Director Town of Snowmass Village bcrum@tosv.com (970) 922-2267 From: Brian McNellis Sent: Wednesday, February 6, 2019 12:26 PM To: Julie Ann Woods <JWoods@tosv.com>; Jim Wahlstrom <JWahlstrom@tosv.com>; Anne Martens <AMartens@tosv.com>; David Peckler <DPeckler@tosv.com>; Andy Worline <AWorline@tosv.com>; Brian Olson <BOlson@tosv.com>; Betsy Crum <bcrum@tosv.com>; Marianne Rakowski <MRakowski@tosv.com>; Mark Kittle 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 200 of 234 200 2 <MKittle@tosv.com>; Rose Abello <rabello@gosnowmass.com>; Clint Kinney <CKinney@tosv.com>; Travis Elliott <TElliott@tosv.com> Subject: Snowmass Center Review Review Crew, I’ve been told that some folks are still having difficulty navigating through the enormity of the Snowmass Center Preliminary application. In an effort to alleviate some these issues, we have simply placed the PDF document on the U:drive which can be accessed via the link below. This can only be accessed via our internal network so non TOSV referral agencies can contact me directly if they still need better access to the application (or specific parts of it). Your comments are welcome on this copy. I suggest using the COMMENT/ANNOTATIONS tab on the upper right-hand corner of the document window and add “Sticky Note” comments and “Highlight Text” as needed. If you are not actively reviewing the application, please make sure to close the document in the U:drive so other departments can access the document. Hopefully this will make your review of this important proposal a bit easier. Remember comments are due by February 22nd. Thanks! U:\Comm Dev\Snowmass Center Preliminary PUD Application Brian McNellis, Planner AICP/MLA Town of Snowmass Village 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615-5010 T: 970-923-5524 ext 639 bmcnellis@tosv.com www.tosv.com 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 201 of 234 201 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970.923.2543 www.tosv.com e-mail: transport@tosv.com TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT MEMO To: Brian McNellis, Planner From: David Peckler, Transportation Director Date: April 10, 2019 Re: Snowmass Center – Requesting Parking Management Plan In my review of the Preliminary Plan application for the Snowmass Center I have some concerned about the reductions to the parking requirements and the dependence on the “shared parking” plan for justifying the proposed number of parking spaces. I am not opposed to considering the parking reductions, outside of requiring one space per bedroom for the restricted housing units, and the concept of “shared parking.” I do believe that the proposed reductions to the land use parking requirements need to be supported by a Parking Management Plan. Public parking within the community has seen significant growth in demand in the last five years and we are getting request on a regular basis for help in accommodating overflow parking from other properties. We are getting requests from properties to accommodate overflow parking for:  Residents who have guests staying with them;  Residential rentals units that have multiple vehicles;  Storage of trailers and recreational vehicles on both short- and long-term basis; and  Lodging vans and commercial vehicles. The location of the Snowmass Center, being close to the base of the ski area, already creates additional demand for parking at the development by day visitors. It would be beneficial if these demands could be addressed in a Parking Management Plan so it will be clear how they will be addressed. The Town does not have surplus in the core to accommodate additional parking demand in general. Our day visitor parking is approaching capacity on a regular basis in the winter. It is important that there is a strategy to address management of the parking infrastructure and define alternatives for additional parking demand should it arise. The alternatives need to be clear to the future owners and tenants. To prevent overflow parking from the development going into the Numbered lots managed by the Town, I would recommend that the residents of the property be restricted from purchasing the Town’s residential parking access. This restriction has been applied to other factional units and core properties. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 202 of 234 202 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970.923.2543 www.tosv.com e-mail: transport@tosv.com David Peckler Transportation Director 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 203 of 234 203 3745 OWL CREEK ROAD, P O BOX 5010, SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 (970) 923-5110 (fax) (970) 923-3794 works@tosv.com www.tosv.com TO: JULIE ANN WOODS, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BRIAN MCNELLIS, PLANNER FROM: ANNE MARTENS, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS SUBJECT: SNOWMASS CENTER REDEVLOPMENT PRELIMINARY PUD PLAN – FEBRUARY 2019 DATE: JUNE 14, 2019 CC: CLINT KINNEY, TOWN MANAGER In reference to the Snowmass Center Redevelopment application for major PUD submitted on December 20, 2019 the following comments are being submitted: Comments: 1. The civil details will need to be reviewed and approved once final conditions have been addressed, this includes landscaping, revised traffic study and counts, storm water management, turning movements, snow storage and solid waste management plan. 2. In general, it appears that the turning movements provided for a WB-50 truck into the loading dock area works with the design to date. However, prior to adoption of the Preliminary PUD a final verification for the turning movements need to be submitted by a license engineer for review and approval. It appears there are discrepancies, between the Truck Turning movements submitted by submitted on March 13, 2019 and the truck turning radius study submitted by Design Workshop on May 23, 2019. 3. The roadway network, both private and public shall meet Town Engineering standards. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 204 of 234 204 1 MEMORANDUM TO: Anne Martens, FROM: Ryan Gordon, PE; SGM DATE: February 21, 2019 May 2, 2019 SUBJECT: Snowmass Center Redevelopment Review Comments Please find the review comments below. Review of Traffic and Parking Study: 1. Provide mitigation for the LOS D for outbound Lower Kearns Road, consistent with the reports or recommendations, as follows: a. Additional right turn lane onto Brush Creek Road; note that this is shown on the civil drawings. b. Acceleration lane on Brush Creek Road for outbound left turn lanes (see page 39). 2. Town Staff has previously discussed with the applicant a requirement for a 7-day traffic count during March 2019, to verify the base assumptions for the traffic study. Comment has been addressed. 3. Provide an Executive Summary as required by Town Code. Provide outline of Executive Summary to Town staff prior to preparation of document. Comment has been addressed. 4. As the Town has experienced with the Base Village project, despite the best efforts of traffic engineers, the assumptions and conclusions of traffic studies are not always representative of actual future conditions. As part of a “sensitivity analysis”, prepare two additional versions of Table 6: Snowmass Center Future Year Intersection LOS Summary as follows: a. Reducing the reductions taken on Table 1: Snowmass Center Trip Generation by 50% b. Eliminate all the reductions taken on Table 1. 5. Verify that the impacts from adjacent uses such as Town Hall, Alpine Bank/office building and Town shuttle trips, have been included. Comments on Civil Drawings: 1. A transit/bus turnaround shall be constructed of concrete. Comment has been addressed. 2. Provide a bus shelter 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 205 of 234 205 2 Comment has been addressed. 3. Please indicate where (if any) snowmelted roads are to be constructed and indicate where melted snow will be directed. Comment has been addressed. 4. Clearly indicate and label sidewalks and widths. Comment has been addressed 5. Snow management with the Main Street corridor will be challenging as there are not snow storage areas near the parking area. Describe how snow will be removed from Main Street. Comment has been addressed 6. Provide agreements between Alpine Bank and the applicant that it is acceptable to improvement and utilize a portion of Alpine Bank’s property at Lower Kearns and Brush Creek for snow storage and stormwater improvements. Comment has not been addressed. Please provide documentation to support the use of Alpine Bank owned property for storage and infrastructure. 7. Indicate where and if spare conduits are provided for future needs. Comment has been addressed. A detailed review of civil drawings was not possible within the time frame provided. Any approval shall be contingent on final review of the civil drawings by the Public Works Director. Comments on Drainage – Comments pertain to the Sopris Drainage report unless otherwise stated. 1. The current plan is to capture all stormwater and pipe it to Brush Creek and route the stormwater through a CDS unit and a concrete sedimentation basin. This approach will not remove pollutants such as hydrocarbons and organics. The applicant needs to consider and implement low impact development (LID) BMPs control measures to treat stormwater such as rain gardens, vegetated swales and infiltration galleries. Please provide additional technical literature and/or case studies on the CDS units. The literature provided on the CDS unit does not include test data on hydrocarbon removal efficiencies only manufacturer marketing brochures. Furthermore, the applicant has not provided a method to remove organics and other dissolved elements from stormwater. Strongly consider separating the cliffs stormwater system and the Snowmass Center stormwater system, and, create sub-basins within the Snowmass Center to locally treat stormwater. 2. Provide calculations used to determine the stormwater pipe sizing. Comment has been addressed. 3. Provide calculations and documentation on the sizing of the concrete sedimentation basin. Provide the specifications of the basin and the sediment removal efficiencies. Comment deferred – per Sopris Engineering, the sedimentation basin has not been sized and is conceptual in nature at this time. We will review at a later date when the design has progressed. 4. Provide the rationale in sizing the debris flow basins in the Tetra Tech report to remove 70% of the sediment and allowing 30% to be conveyed to the stormwater system. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 206 of 234 206 3 Comment has been addressed. 5. Provide drawings or figures that graphically show impervious vs impervious areas, pre and post development. Comment has been addressed. 6. The steep cliffs (off-site basins A and B) above the site have been considered 0% impervious in the Sopris report. Provide the rationale to support this assumption. It is noted that the Tetra Tech report considers the off-site basins as a mixture of impervious and pervious material. Comment has been addressed. 7. Provide the soil types associated with the basins used in the stormwater calculations. Comment has been addressed 8. Provide access to the debris basins, culverts and manholes for O&M purposes. Comment has been addressed however as the design progresses access will need to be reviewed. While it may be likely that the amount of sediment collected in the basins and storm drain system is minimal, access to the basins and manholes will be necessary for cleaning and repairs. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 207 of 234 207 March 14, 2019 Via E-mail: bmcnellis@tosv.com Mr. Brian McNellis Town Planner Town of Snowmass Village RE: SWSD – Snowmass Center Redevelopment – Review Comments Dear Brian: The purpose of this letter is to provide review comments for the Snowmass Center Redevelopment Project on behalf of the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. SGM reviewed engineering drawings titled “Snowmass Center Redevelopment” dated 12/14/2018 by Sopris Engineering. SGM worked directly with Sopris Engineering in 2018 to help develop suitable alignments for water and sewer. The drawings reflect those agreed upon alignments. The drawings are conceptual, and the District will require full review of the drawings when they are at a construction level of detail. The District previously submitted a will serve letter based on these drawings. The will serve letter is attached and the District has no further comments at this time. If you have any questions, please call. Sincerely, SGM Chris Lehrman, PE District Engineer Attachment: SWSD Will Serve Letter Cc e-mail: Kit Hamby www.sgm-inc.com GLENWOOD SPRINGS 118 West Sixth St, Suite 200 | Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 | 970.945.100411-04-19 TC Packet Page 208 of 234 208 11-04-19 TC PacketPage 209 of 234209 11-04-19 TC PacketPage 210 of 234210 Date: February 21, 2019 To: Brian McNellis, Planner From: John T. Mele, Fire Marshal Subject: Preliminary Submittal of the Snowmass Center PUD Redevelopment Application The Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority (formerly Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District) has reviewed the Snowmass Center PUD Redevelopment Application submitted to us by Brian McNellis, Planner with the Town of Snowmass Village. Within this preliminary plan document there are several references to the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District (We are now the Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority) that are the Applicants responses to our initial Sketch Plan comments concerning the Snowmass Center Application. The Applicant’s responses are listed below, but all have a common theme of the required emergency access and construction types for the Center, which large portions of the development will be located in an extreme wildfire hazard area. Below are a compilation of these Applicant responses and we will address them collectively. 1. “The Applicant shall continue to work with the Fire District to address their requests or requirements for “hardened” non-combustible building materials and upgraded construction types for portions of the Center redevelopment as needed to not exceed local firefighting and emergency service capabilities.” (item 8 of the TC Reso. 18 of 2018) 2. “The Applicant shall continue to coordinate with the Fire District to provide acceptable emergency access.” (item 9 of the TC Reso. 18 of 2018 3. The Applicant states that they have met with the Fire Protection District and proposes the following building types: (please see page 26 of the application) Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority Response: We concur that the Applicant is moving in the right direction for most of the proposed new buildings. . . Some areas of compromised emergency access for fire and ambulance services remain with a few of the buildings and we are confident that eventually these access concerns will be remedied. Increased “built in” fire protection, above and beyond the minimal building and fire codes, may help to mitigate some of the emergency access issues without the need for costly road extensions or retaining walls. A new item that the Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority does not realistically share with the Applicant is within the Executive Summary of the Snowmass Center’s Fiscal Impact Analysis dated December 4, 2018. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 211 of 234 211 The attempt to itemize the positive revenue that will be generated in the fiscal analysis for the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District (Roaring Fork Fire and Rescue Authority) is not accurately represented in our opinion. To further cement this discord with their fiscal analysis is a sentence stating…” since the site is currently being served by the Fire Protection District the Project needs are anticipated to be nominal”. We are not of the same mindset on the financial numbers presented in this analysis nor the comparison that the present Center and the proposed new development service needs will not change much. The new Center development will have vastly different emergency response needs and costs associated. At the appropriate time we can expound on this issue. We believe this fiscal analysis is not accurately researched. The presented real operating revenues realized, actual expenses associated with fire and ambulance services for the Center development, our daily staffing, costs to employ fire and ambulance personnel, and any specialized fire equipment that will be required to protect the Center do not necessarily align with ours at this time. It may be appropriate to for the Applicant to include an “rough estimate” fiscal analysis at this stage of the Center’s development application but a more accurate and properly researched analysis is warranted. We remain committed to the successful Center Redevelopment and are available to help. Sincerely, John T. Mele Deputy Chief / Fire Marshal 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 212 of 234 212 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 213 of 234 213 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 214 of 234 214 MEMORANDUM Date: May 6, 2019 To: Jonathan Knight, Design Workshop From: Sara Hawley and Bill Suen, LSC Transportation Consultants, Inc. RE: Snowmass Center – 2019 Traffic Counts This memorandum summarizes the recent traffic counts collected in Snowmass Village (reflecting conditions with the recently completed Limelight Hotel project), provides a comparison to the design volumes utilized in the December 2018 traffic study prepared for the Snowmass Center Redevelopment Project, and addresses the effect of the new data on the future traffic operations at the Brush Creek Road/Lower Kearns Road intersection (the only intersection that exceeds the Town’s Level of Service standard). 2019 Traffic Counts New traffic counts were conducted at a point on Brush Creek Road immediately west of Lower Kearns Road for the continuous 7-day period from March 15 through March 21, 2019. The highest total daily two-way traffic volume (10,594) occurred on Friday, March 15. The AM peak hour typically occurs from 9-10 AM, and the maximum recorded AM two-way volume of 829 occurred on Saturday, March 16. The PM peak hour typically occurs from 4-5 PM, and the maximum PM volume of 977 occurred on Friday. In addition, AM and PM intersection turning-movement counts were conducted at the following two intersections on Saturday March 16: 1. Brush Creek Rd/Upper Kearns Rd/Wood Rd roundabout 2. Brush Creek Rd/Lower Kearns Rd The intersection count data is summarized in Table A. As shown, the total AM and PM peak- hour intersection volumes at the roundabout were 960 and 1,147, respectively. Traffic Volumes Comparison For comparison purposes, the total traffic volume entering the Brush Creek Road/Upper Kearns Road/Wood Road roundabout during the PM peak hour reported in recent studies is as follows: TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND TRAFFIC ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS 2690 Lake Forest Road, Suite C Post Office Box 5875 Tahoe City, California 96145 (530) 583-4053 FAX: (530) 583-5966 info@lsctahoe.com www.lsctrans.com 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 215 of 234 215 Snowmass Center – Traffic Volumes Page 2 May 6, 2019 • 2015 Base Village TIA: 1,145 • February 2018 Town counts: 1,194 • 2018 Snowmass Center TIA: 1,244 • March 2019 traffic counts: 1,147 As shown, the 2018 Snowmass Center study has the most conservative (conservatively high) traffic volumes. Additionally, a review of recent traffic data indicates the following: ƒ The peak-hour design volumes in the 2018 traffic study (using total intersection volume at the roundabout) are higher than the March 2019 counts by about 17% in the AM and 8% in the PM. This indicates that the 2018 traffic study volumes are conservatively high. ƒ Based on a review of Village Shuttle ridership data in early March 2019 compared to Presidents weekend in Feb 2019, there were more transit passengers in March than in February. This indicates that March 2019 was relatively busy, which supports the conclusion that the 2018 traffic study volumes (higher than the March volumes) reflect busy conditions. ƒ Based on a review of Snowmass Village 2019 parking counts provided by Town staff, the total number of daily parked cars recorded on a March day was within about 1% of that recorded in February (February 16 and 17). This indicates that March had relatively busy conditions, which supports that the 2018 traffic study volumes (higher then March 2019) are conservatively high. ƒ Lastly, CDOT traffic counts on Highway 82 at a point upvalley of Brush Creek Road indicate the daily traffic volume (ADT) in March 2018 was approximately 2.5% higher than in February 2018. This indicates that March has relatively busy conditions, and supports that the traffic study volumes are reasonably conservative. Based on these findings, the traffic study volumes are considered to be conservatively high for evaluating the traffic operational conditions with the proposed development project. Intersection Level of Service at Brush Creek Road/Lower Kearns Road The 2018 traffic study indicates the Brush Creek Road/Lower Kearns Road intersection would operate at an acceptable Level of Service (LOS) “C” under existing year conditions with implementation of the proposed project. Under future cumulative conditions with the project, this intersection would continue to operate at LOS C in the AM peak hour, but the southbound approach would degrade to LOS D in the PM peak hour. The future traffic volumes used in the LOS analysis are drawn from the traffic study prepared for the Base Village Development in 2015. The basis for these projections is traffic counts collected on peak days in 2012, 2014 and 2015. As such, the new March 2019 count data does not affect the future traffic projections or future LOS. However, to avoid the development of facilities that are only needed a relatively few days per year, the traffic engineering profession has adopted a standard procedure of basing roadway design on volumes slightly below the absolute peak volumes. For this reason the Town of Snowmass Village has focused its design policies on the 11th -highest traffic day, rather than the absolute highest traffic day. Updating the future traffic projections using traffic counts adjusted to 11th-highest day conditions could potentially result in lower future traffic projections, which could provide an acceptable LOS C on 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 216 of 234 216 Snowmass Center – Traffic Volumes Page 3 May 6, 2019 the Lower Kearns Road approach to Brush Creek Road. Whether the future traffic forecasts used in the Snowmass Village traffic study should be updated would need to be determined by Town staff. Note that in order to identify 11th-highest traffic day conditions, continuous data would need to be provided (such as daily traffic count data and/or hotel occupancy data). Attachment: Table A – March 2019 traffic counts 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 217 of 234 217 Table A: March 2019 Counts in SnowmassSaturday 3/16/2019LTRLTRLTRLTRTotalAM Peak Hour‐‐‐25‐4 55 323‐‐453 85 945PM Peak Hour‐‐‐54‐5 74 578‐‐318 90 1119LTRRight to Gas StnU‐Turn L T RLeft to Gas StnU‐Turn LTThru to Gas Stn RU‐TurnRight to Gas StnRT LU‐TurnRight to KearnsThru to Brush CreekLeft to WoodLeft to Brush CreekU‐Turn TotalAM Peak Hour 10 12 242 9 1 47 42 20 3 0 6 78 3 18 0 0 8 152 286 6 1 3 6 7 0 960PM Peak Hour 16 23 428 9 1 66 61 32 1 1 6 154 1 13 0 0 10 129 172 3 6 1 5 9 0 1147On Brush Creek Rd between Upper and Lower KearnsFri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed ThuTotal 2‐way Volume3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21Daily Total10,59410,302 9,402 9,634 9,994 10,055 10,051AM Peak (9‐10 AM) 801829715 753 767 781 729PM Peak (4‐5 PM)977964 903 970 975 970 963Note: Upper Kearns/Brush Creek is a 5 legged roundaboutNote: L=Left, T=Thru, R=RightLSC Transportation Consultants, Inc.Lower Kearns/Brush Creek RoadSouthwestbound- Gas Station AccessWestbound ‐   Brush Creek RdEastbound ‐         Brush Creek RdSouthbound ‐          Lower Kearns RdNorthboundUpper Kearns/Brush Creek RoadWestbound-Brush Creek RdNorthbound- Wood Rd Southbound -Upper Kearns RdEastbound - Brush Creek Rd11-04-19 TC PacketPage 218 of 234218 Snowmass Center Parking Management Plan October 29, 2019 Page 1 MEMORANDUM To: Town of Snowmass Village Community Development Department (Julie Ann Woods and Brian McNellis) From: Design Workshop (Richard Shaw and Jessica Garrow) Representing Eastwood Snowmass Investors Date: October 29, 2019 Project Name: Snowmass Center Eastwood Project #: Subject: Parking Management Plan This document outlines the proposed Parking Management Plan for the Snowmass Center. The Center contains both surface parking as well as underground parking. This Plan is focused on the parking in the commercial center, specifically that for Buildings 1A, 6A, and 6B. 1. Surface level parking along Main Street: a. Loading and unloading spaces will be reserved for that purpose only. Signage will state the time limits that apply to the loading spaces and will be restricted to hotel shuttle and vans only. b. All remaining surface parking will be limited to one-hour parking. Signage will state the time limits and the violations for exceeding the limit. c. Snowmass Center staff will monitor the surface parking areas to ensure the intended use is being met. 2. Surface Parking behind Building 1A: a. 4 parking spaces dedicated to the commercial uses are located in the parking area behind building 1A, directly across from building 2B. These spaces will be managed by lease terms and will not have a time limit. Clear signage will indicate that these spaces are only for tenants of the Center and will state the violations for unauthorized parking. b. 19 spaces assigned to the restricted housing are located in the parking area behind building 1A, directly across from buildings 2A and 2B. Each restricted housing unit will be provided with a parking permit. The permits will need to be renewed annually and will exist only for residents of the units. The permits will be for the reserved spaces and will not be assigned a specific space. 3. Parking Structure: a. A total of 122 spaces are reserved for the commercial uses in the center, including parking available for tenants and customers. Landscape Architecture Planning Urban Design Strategic Services 120 East Main Street Aspen, Colorado 81611 970.925.8354 designworkshop.com 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 219 of 234 219 Snowmass Center Parking Management Plan October 29, 2019 Page 2 i. All customer parking will be limited to two-hours. ii. Employees will be allowed to park at the Snowmass Center in the underground garage. The total number of parking passes for this use will be restricted by provisions contained in the lease of tenants and will not be restricted to two hours. The allocation of the spaces that are occupied by the employees will managed by the Snowmass Center. b. 16 spaces dedicated to the free-market residential units are located in the garage and will be reserved and marked as such. These areas within the garage will be clearly delineated to ensure the spaces are available for residents and not used by commercial tenants or customers. i. The west side of the structure will include a grouping of the residential spaces, with a single entry gate. These spaces can be accessed by a key card for the residents in building 6A. ii. The east side of the garage will include fold down gates for each individual space. These will be accessed by a remote control, similar in fashion to a traditional garage remote for the residents in building 6B. iii. Individual parking spaces shall be assigned to specific units. The use and management of the residential parking in the garage shall be governed by the individual HOAs, and shall not be the responsibility of the Snowmass Center management. c. During a majority of the year, customers of the center will be able to access the parking garage without entering through a gate. However, in an effort to curb the use of the garage as day skier parking, a control gate will be added during the ski season from December 15 – March 15 and operating from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM. When the entry gate is in place, each visitor to the center will receive an entry ticket with a two-hour limit and time assignment. When departing the garage, the timing will register the hours of parking, and if exceeded, a penalty fee will be charged. The penalty fee will be adjustable to accomplish the control desired and may be assessed as high as $20 dollars per hour for each hour that exceeds the time limit. Clear and obvious signage will notice the time frame restriction and the penalty assessment. Occasionally, during peak usage, the Snowmass Center management will provide the direct management of the spaces. 4. Management and Enforcement a. Protocols for the use of the Parking Structure and the Main Street surface parking may include direct management by the Snowmass Center management. This may occasionally include private car removal, emergency servicing of vehicles, restrictions on the full use of the garage due to maintenance, and the use of parking management personal to manage parking issues that may arise. b. Tenants will have the ability to validate parking for customers, as needed. Snowmass Center management will have the ability to audit the use of validated parking to ensure it is being used for tenants and customers. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 220 of 234 220 Snowmass Center Parking Management Plan October 29, 2019 Page 3 c. As is true today, protocols will be in place for occasions when a driver must leave their vehicle over-night for safety reasons. This will include communication between tenants and Snowmass Center management when a tenant or customer must leave their vehicle overnight. When a vehicle is left overnight, and Snowmass Center management is not aware in advance, a note will be left on the car reminding the driver that overnight parking is not permitted. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 221 of 234 221 1 Brian McNellis From:Staci Stokes <staci.stokes@comcast.net> Sent:Thursday, October 24, 2019 7:40 AM To:Brian McNellis Cc:Rhonda Coxon Subject:Snowmass Center development To Whom it May Concern: I am unable to attend council meetings because of a standing Monday engagement. I would  like to submit some items for consideration.     1. Have we as a town learned anything about raising the height restrictions in our village from base village? it is  WAY too big and we all know it. Our views of the mountain are gone and our cell service is intermittent. Height  restrictions are in place for a reason, think about EU and how beautiful so much of it is because of the respect  for the look of development.    2. Have we really thought about the density of the center development? How big can this village really grow? I am  not anti development but at some point we need to understand what the draw to our town is, and not just think  about real estate sales and tax revenue for the town budget.   3. The amount of employee housing to free market is ridiculous. The amount that is in the plan now for employee  housing is not even enough to service the new center.   4. Do we have some sort of guarantee and penalties in place for the developer is the economy tanks??? Base  village has how many developers?, and we as a community have had construction for I think 13 years. THIS  IS  BIG DEAL. We have seen it and we need to learn from it.  5. Please think about the impact yet another large development will have on our town and scale it to the size we  need, not what the developer wants to rent or sell. If we do not preserve this community and our environment ,  tourists will cease to be attracted to our wonderful town. Thanks   11-04-19 TC Packet Page 222 of 234 222 10/30/19 Dear Snowmass Village Planning Commission and Town Council, Preface: These comments are prefaced by an acknowledgment that the proposed 32 acre real estate development should be, and will be, a slam dunk investment success! There are no plots in the world with more promise, or more deserving of good design, than this south facing slope looking at what is becoming the choice family ski hill in America! All Snowmass residents ought to support this developer and his planned improvements. That said, the commercial component has some drawbacks related to: retail function; pedestrian safety; sustainability; and to the overall “relaxed and fun” aspect of the resort, points which are stimulating thoughtful consideration in resorts everywhere. Note the generous sidewalks, extended curb space and the easy traffic flow of the original “relaxed and fun” conceptual Sketch Plan. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 223 of 234 223 Note: The passage of the Preliminary Plan was not unanimous at the Planning Commission level, with two commissioners recusing, each for different reasons, and with a vote to deny by another insistent but admirably patient commissioner who needed more responsive consideration of retail functions, generally. A two-way service road with loading docks serving retail outlets and ample curb space, front and rear, for retail customers and for after-sale loading. The Sketch Plan was presented for passage to the Town Council on April 16, 2018, along with descriptive renderings seen for the first time by the public…that day. The original loop road could have doubled as a convenient service road. But the commercial Town Center design was consolidated for a direct route to the uphill housing units…which ignored specific needs of some retailers who were never consulted and for whom functional space was not planned. The Preliminary Plan strands retail spaces at the west end, a point driven home by more than one planning commissioner. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 224 of 234 224 RED FLAGS: 1. First: “It’s never going to be perfect so let’s just get on with it.” “Just OK is not OK,” (AT&T). An “impatient planner” is an oxymoron. 2. Second: The planners seemed to lack experience. Initially the “Main Street” proposal was based upon an unworkably narrow width, tight intersections, blind curves, and unrealistic landscaping. The question of pedestrian safety, especially for children, was raised. The proposed “Main Street” otherwise can be seen as just an overloaded parking lot with anxious, two way, traffic. Recent revisions added angled parking and 3 more feet to the overall street width, but that made the sidewalks narrower. Car bumpers still extend over those curbs. 3. Third: The service loop road was eliminated from the approved Sketch Plan. (See above>) 4. Fourth: Some prominent retailers had not been interviewed as to their specific needs… this, in a project purporting to “serve the community” for the next 40 years! Retail deliveries require weather-protected loading docks, fork lifts, and secure storage. Upon sale, redistribution of goods to vehicles (often pick up trucks) requires open curb space and generous sidewalks. And what about trash storage and removal? 5. Fifth: Snow melt and runoff filtration apparently will require the removal of some 270 cubic yards of damp silt every year. 270 cubic yards equates to 30 dump trucks annually, loaded by skip loaders cluster- scheduled during wet months. That operation will require traffic control workers under the current roadway scheme. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 225 of 234 225 Suggestions and Thoughts: 1. We must acknowledge the proclivity for impatient drivers to speed around waiting cars, to rush through the proposed garage (avoiding traffic elsewhere), or to race to the surface parking on Main Street. 2. Restrict Main Street to jitneys, shuttles and retail (grocery) drop off/pick up only, thereby allowing for simpler intersections throughout, easier garage access, and wider sidewalks. Bicycle parking too. 3. Think of a Continental design for the condominium openings along Main Street rather than sliding glass doors broadcasting shadows through the curtains at night. Architectural refinement has been requested. 4. Design lower retaining walls stepped up the hillside to become foundation walls for living units over more parking…all arranged a bit differently. 5. Relax zoning height restrictions to allow for another story of employee housing or for higher ceilings in market rate units. Building “up the hill” blocks no views. 6. Serve the grocery with a larger elevator for cart return and with dual cart/patron escalators. Offer private condominium access. The cart return corral will require considerable ground floor space. 7. Plan a brand new grocery structure and deli with indoor/ outdoor seating featuring those glorious mountain views! Grant the grocery operator $750,000 toward relocation and then invite current retail businesses to divide up the old grocery space, sharing those planned loading docks, and perhaps simplifying the service road somewhat. (This is a 40 year plan.) 8. Obviously the new south facing grocery roof would support a large bank of solar collectors, which will likely become obligatory appendages in Colorado before long. 9. Residents of buildings 5A and 5B might wish easier access to the bridge to Assay Hill…and Woodbridge owners might appreciate a less brutal wall facing them. 10. Considering the Variance Application for parking: Given shuttles, town buses, RFTA buses, and future jitneys, expect more employee car storage and fewer available daytime parking spaces in the proposed garage and elsewhere. Car/traffic problems are common…everywhere: The Council should anticipate the reality of much heavier car traffic to the Center and deal with that inevitability now by creating “relaxed and fun” ways for Base Villagers to forget their cars and still grocery shop. Solar powered, weatherproofed, Jitneys: New Indoor/Outdoor Deli Dual cart/patron escalator 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 226 of 234 226 Respectfully submitted -Jay Shumaker Base Villagers need rides to the Town Center because who wants to lug groceries half mile on foot, Summer or Winter? Electric jitneys are small, safe, run on sunshine, and pass all the front doors in the Base Village! A “relaxed and fun” bridge designed for lunch carts, ice cream (or hot chocolate), tables, benches, glorious views, and jitneys full of happy faces passing in each direction…NO CARS, NO SHUTTLE BUSES…could be a featured destination in itself. Imagine how a jitney service up and down the lanes of the Base Village might further animate village life …while drawing those villagers out of their cars for trips to the Center or the Viceroy or Treehouse. The location shown is only 100 (level) yards from the Center, and respects the valley views per the “Brush Creek Master Plan.” 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 227 of 234 227 BUILDING 6B 2.5 stories of occupied space Average: 35.7’ Lowest: 27.6‘ Highest: 51.5’ Existing Elevation: 8345.5’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8397.0‘ BUILDING 6A 1 story of occupied space Average: 28.2’ Lowest: 22.2’ Highest: 34.8’ Existing Elevation: 8351.7’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8386.5‘ BRUSH CREE K R O A DLOWER KEARNS ROADUPPER KEARNS ROADBUILDING 5B 3 stories of occupied space Average: 37.6’ Lowest: 28.2‘ Highest: 55.0’ Existing Elevation: 8325.0’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8380.0‘ BUILDING 5A 3 stories of occupied space Average: 36.4’ Lowest: 22.0‘ Highest: 52.0’ Existing Elevation: 8332.0’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8381.0‘ BUILDING 4B 4 stories of occupied space Average: 46.6’ Lowest: 31.5’ Highest: 50.0’ Proposed Parking Elevation: 8433.5’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8483.5‘ BUILDING 4A 4 stories of occupied space Average: 46.6’ Lowest: 36.0’ Highest: 50.0’ Proposed Parking Elevation: 8433.0’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8483.0‘ BUILDING 3B 3 stories of occupied space Average: 36.2’ Lowest: 27.3’ Highest: 45.1’ Existing Elevation: 8403.9’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8447.9‘ BUILDING 3A 3 stories of occupied space Average: 37.2’ Lowest: 29.0’ Highest: 49.0’ Existing Elevation: 8409.0’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8458.0‘ BUILDING 2B 3 stories of occupied space Average: 37.7’ Lowest: 30.5’ Highest: 45.9’ Existing Elevation: 8378.1’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8424.0‘ BUILDING 2A 3 stories of occupied space Average: 33.7’ Lowest: 29.5’ Highest: 38.4’ Existing Elevation: 8380.1’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8418.5‘ BUILDING 1A 3 stories of occupied space Average: 29.4’ Lowest: 16.4’ Highest: 49.1’ Existing Elevation: 8359.0’ Proposed Top of Roof: 8408.1.‘ 4A 4B 3B 3A 2A 2B 1A 6A 6B 5B 5A HIGHEST DIFFERENCE LOWEST DIFFERENCE LEGEND BUILDING HEIGHT ANALYSISSNOWMASS CENTER SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 0 50 100 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 228 of 234 228 Page 1 MEMORANDUM To: Town of Snowmass Village Community Development Department (Julie Ann Woods, Brian McNellis) From: Design Workshop (Richard Shaw, Jonathan Knight) Representing Eastwood Snowmass Investors Date: July 30, 2019 Project Name: Snowmass Center Eastwood Project #: 5446 Subject: Snowmass Center Documents Snowmass Center Documentation This document has two objectives: 1) clarifies components of the Snowmass Center Preliminary Plan application and; 2) provides additional information as requested by the Town of Snowmass Village. This update is provided in the interest of consistent information throughout the review of the project. 1) Unit Count As a clarification, the total project unit count is 78 units (68 free-market units and 10 restricted units). Changes have occurred in Building 6B with the conversion of one two-bedroom free-market unit to two one-bedroom free-market units as well as Building 1A with the conversion of a two- bedroom free-market unit to two one-bedroom free-market units. The density for buildout in section (3) below results in fewer total units with this change. This increased project density by 2 free- market units compared to the preliminary plan documentation of 66 free-market units. This doesn’t change floor area; rather it made two (2) units instead of larger ones. 2) Parking Plan Attachment A represents the Parking Plan of the amended Snowmass Center plan. This includes parking ratios, location, and type of parking (underground, surface, or private garage). It includes:  A reduction of three (3) spaces from the preliminary plan to account for Main Street redesign during Planning Commission meetings and amendment of the Main Street portion of plan.  An increase in number of restricted housing parking spaces from a total of ten (10) spaces to an increase of one space per bedroom for nineteen (19) parking spaces.  A change from four (4) parking spaces in front of Building 2B for Parcel 2 guest parking and instead converting those to office parking for Main Street/Building 1A.  An increase in two (2) spaces for the change of residential units from 66 to 68 units. Landscape Architecture Planning Urban Design Strategic Services 120 East Main Street Aspen, Colorado 81611 970.925.8354 designworkshop.com 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 229 of 234 229 Page 2 Therefore, in the amended plan there are:  146 residential parking spaces within the project;  178 commercial/office/retail spaces within the project;  A total of 324 parking spaces overall. This represents a 12% decrease from Town Code parking requirements. This meets the Town code standard which has a maximum 20% reduction under a shared parking model. Refer to Attachment A for more detailed information and the shared parking standard analysis prepared by LSC for the land use application. 3) Recalculation of Affordable Housing Need (Land Use Section 16A-4-410(b) Based on the revised unit count of 68 free-market units rather than 66 units, we have recalculated the Affordable Housing square footage need based on 68 units. The preliminary plan calculated a need of 8,906 square feet. We have supplied 11,310 square feet. Therefore, originally we planned for an excessive of 2,404 square feet. With 68 units, the need is now 9,139 square feet with no change to the amount supplied of 11,310 square feet. This leads to an excess of 2,171 square feet based on 68 units in the project. This calculation is as follows according to Town of Snowmass Village Code Section 16A-4-410(b): 68 units x 0.50 employees/unit x 448 sf x 0.60 = 9,139 sf 4) Buildout Analysis calculation The Faraway North (Center) CPA shows 31.5 buildout units per the Comprehensive Plan that can be applied to areas designated as multi-family residential. During the preliminary plan application, the application proposed to build 66 free-market dwelling units which equated to a total unit equivalency of 61.8. An additional 30.3 buildout units were requested. Based on the unit count correction to 68 units and smaller unit mix for the project, the revised preliminary plan total unit equivalency is 59. An additional 27.5 buildout units are requested per the revised unit count in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan. 5) Drainage Improvement Maintenance Trail Attachment B outlines clarifications requested by the Town of Snowmass Village regarding drainage improvement maintenance above Buildings 4A and 4B. Maintenance will be accessed at the sidewalk end above Parcel 2 as noted on Attachment B. The trails and debris ponds above Buildings 4A and 4B will be maintained by a backhoe and small hauling equipment. The route will follow the proposed outlet pipe and when the pipe placement is completed the finished grades for the access will allow the necessary equipment to access over the minimal trail width of 8’. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 230 of 234 230 Page 3 6) Trail Design Attachment C details trail design clarifications requested by the Town of Snowmass Village regarding the design of the trail system:  Trail from Upper Kearns Road to Woodbridge Apartments is 6’ wide and the material is asphalt to match existing trail material. Grades are less than 8% along the centerline of the pathway.  Sidewalk pedestrian spine on the interior of the project is an 6’ wide concrete sidewalk surface which will not exceed 8% grade. This pathway will include some sections of stairs and landings to adapt to the slope grades.  The relocated hiking/mountain biking trail is a minimum 2’ wide dirt trail. Maximum grade is 8%.  The new connector hiking/mountain biking trail southeast of Building 4B is a minimum 2’ dirt trail. Maximum grade is 8% except at the switchback corner which will be up to 10%grade as is customary in Mountain trail conditions. 7) Preliminary Plan Comparison to Timbers PUD Attachment D outlines a comparison between the Snowmass Center Preliminary Plan and a comparable project for analyzing community purpose. The Timbers PUD is in a similar area, similar buildout size, similar plat zoning and requested PUD zoning, height variance request, and minor encroachments on 30% slopes. Attachment D outlines these comparisons and differences as it relates to community purpose. Attachments Attachment A: Parking Plan Attachment B: Drainage Improvement Maintenance Trail Diagram Attachment C: Trail Design Diagram Attachment D: Preliminary Plan Comparison to Timbers PUD Chart 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 231 of 234 231 35 COMMUNITY PURPOSES SECTION 16A-5-3oo (C)(6) The provision of community benefits/purpose is an integral component of the redevelopment, as it allows the developer “variations from certain requirements of the underlying zone district, provided such variations are consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and will result in benefits for the community”. The Snowmass Center Redevelopment includes the following community purposes: • Restricted Housing • Community serving commercial • Mixed-use development • Redevelopment of the Center - community character • Secured locations for grocery store and post office, no disruption of service • Accommodating the Town’s essential services during construction • Public transportation facilities - dedicated transit center • Debris/mudflow mitigation • Open Space dedications + common open space • Trails access • Better design that greatly improves the offerings and functionality of the Snowmass Center • Access for Parcels H and H1 • Granting of Parcel I for open space and Parcel 8 for open space dedication • $750,000 for bridge/walkways The following sections describe the community purpose proposed to off set the variations in height, minor encroachment in slopes exceeding 30%, maximum buildout and parking. Many of the variances described represent benefits for the whole community. 1. PROVISION OF RESTRICTED HOUSING - SECTION 16A-5-3oo(c)(6)A: “A parcel’s maximum buildout may be achieved and its dimensional limitations may be varied to offer an incentive to applicants to provide more restricted housing within the PUD than would otherwise be required by this Development Code, particularly in those priority locations for such housing identified within the Comprehensive Plan”. The Applicant recognizes the increasing importance of Restricted Housing in the community, as well as the deficit of available land. As opposed to constructing Restricted Housing on another site, the Applicant is proposing to locate this housing within the developable area of the Snowmass Center. The Restricted Housing will play an integral role in reinforcing the local “main street” character, and adding vitality. 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 232 of 234 232 Town of Snowmass Village Agenda Item Summary DATE OF MEETING: November 04, 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: 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 233 of 234 233 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 item (a) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. ATTACHMENTS: A. N/A 11-04-19 TC Packet Page 234 of 234 234