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2011 Summer Concert SeriesCC: Town Council via Town Manager Town Attorney Town Clerk Police Department Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District Public Works Department Transportation Department Road Department Solid Waste Recycle Department Building Department Public Relations Snowmass Tourism Office SNOWMASS VILLAGE RENEWAL OF ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT MOUNTAIN GROOVE PRODUCTIONS, INC., Applicant, on behalf of the Snowmass Tourism Office is hereby granted Renewal of an Annual Temporary Use Permit to produce eight (8) outdoor concerts on the FANNY HILL SKI SLOPE from JUNE 30 to AUGUST 18, 2011 as the following Special Event Series: 19 TH ANNUAL SNOWMASS SUMMER OF FREE MUSIC SERIES 8 THURSDAY NIGHT CONCERTS AND INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION FIREWORKS (JUNE 30) Applicant has complied with the procedures as specified in Section 16A -5 -260 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code "Municipal Code This administrative approval is for the period stated above and it is subject to the Conditions, Application /Operations Plan and Site Maps attached hereto. Town Sno ass Village PIa 1 I, D i f i ot .1,.•►/ "";'mss Ch C. Conrad Planning Director ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT RENEWAL CONDITIONS OF PERMIT ISSUANCE SUMMER OF FREE MUSICSERIES (INCLUDING INDEPENDENCE DAY FIREWORKS) 8 CONCERTS FROM JUNE 30 TO AUGUST 18, 2011 A. Contacts, Location and Hours of Operation 1. Mountain Groove Productions, Inc. is contracted by the Snowmass Tourism Office to facilitate and oversee all aspects of this outdoor concert series. Contact persons for the Summer of Free Music Series are: Josh Behrman, Event Director (Office: 925 -1663; CeII: 618 -8032) Vanessa Adam, Event Coordinator (Office: 925 -1663; Cell: 618 -6270) Luis Mendoza, Site Manager (Cell: 618 -9280) Jacqie Stewart, Bar Manager (Cell: 618 -2225) For a complete listing of personnel, refer to Ops Plan- Communication, pages 2 -3. 2. The 2011 Snowmass Summer of Free Music Series includes eight (8) Thursday night concerts and takes place on the Fanny Hill Ski Slope (see Exhibit A -Event Site Map). Attendance at the concerts is estimated to vary from 1,000 to 2,500 persons depending upon the performer(s) and /or weather. The site has a capacity of approximately 5,000 attendees. 3. Set -up of the stage and outdoor venue is to begin on May 2, 2011 at 9:OOAM. The facility will remain in place until August 19 when dismantling of the facility is to occur. Hours of operation for each concert are: Thursday Night Concerts: 5:00 PM- 9:00 PM (Music begins at 6 PM) Independence Celebration (June 30): 5:00 PM- 9:30 PM (Fireworks at 9 PM) The Concert Schedule (see Exhibit A) lists the specific dates and artists. B. General Conditions 1. Applicant is responsible for full and complete compliance with all applicable Federal, State and Local laws and regulations in the production and management of this special event series. 2. Applicant shall adequately supervise all aspects of each concert to ensure conformance with the Operation Plans along with the terms and conditions of this Annual Temporary Use Permit Renewal. Applicant is to coordinate with the property owners and Town regarding the scheduling of events, set up, take down and any required maintenance and/or repair. 3. Applicant shall promptly notify the Town Planning Department (923 -5524) of any additions, modifications or amendments to this permit or proposed use of the subject property. Any such changes should not be in conflict with the findings and review standards relative to this permit and are not permitted without written approval of the landowner(s) and Town Manager or designees. 4. Certain refinements, modifications or amendments to the permit may be necessary at the request of the Applicant, Town or in response to impacts, complaints or concerns that were not apparent at the time this application was processed. The Town Manager or designee may authorize any such changes to this permit. 2011 Summer of Free Music Series- Annual Temporary Use Permit Renewal Page 2 of 7 5. All vendors are to have a Town Business License or obtain a Vendor's License from the Town Clerk's Office (923 -3777) prior to the commencement of this music series. 6. Attendees are allowed to bring low chairs, small coolers, food and /or sealed, unopened beverages into each event. Alcoholic beverages and glass containers are not allowed to be brought into the event area. 7. Overnight camping on Fanny Hill, parking lots or other areas in Town is prohibited. 8. Each concert shall not generate debris, excessive noise, smoke, odors, traffic or congestion that unreasonably affects Snowmass Mall and Base Village operations, businesses, lodging or surrounding residences and properties. 9. All affected areas shall be restored to their pre -event condition promptly at the conclusion of each concert. Any damaged sprinklers, landscaping, or other material shall be repaired or replaced at Applicant's expense, to the satisfaction of the land or property owner, within fourteen (14) days of the event unless other arrangements are made. Town property shall be restored or replaced to the satisfaction of the Town Manager or designee. C. Authorization 1. The use of any privately owned property, including the location of any vehicles, equipment or materials within said property, is not authorized without the express written approval of the landowner. A copy of said approval shall be forwarded to the Town Planning Department prior to the commencement of this special event series (see Exhibit C). 2. No penetrations or marking of concrete or other surfaces within the subject properties shall occur without the express authority of the landowner(s) and Town Manager or designees. 3. No electrical or other utility connections may be made to existing facilities nor shall construction activities occur, without obtaining necessary permits or approval from the Town Building Department (923- 5524). 4. All vehicles shall only park in authorized public parking areas, except those clearly needed by Applicant and others on a continual basis during the event. 5. Equipment and supplies may be delivered via the access service lanes. No trucks, vans, trailers or other vehicles can be authorized to park, load or unload within the Daly Lane cul -de -sac or area between the Timbermill and Mountain Chalet buildings (fire lane). Any individual, group or organization that fails to properly supervise and ensure that vehicles park only in authorized areas may be restricted from future use of the facility or permit area. D. Police and Fire Departments 1. All requirements of the Town Police Chief (923 -5330) and Snowmass Wildcat Fire Chief (923 -2212) and /or designees, whether imposed prior to or during each concert, must be satisfied and shall be considered conditions of this permit. 2. The Town is not responsible for providing extra security for the scheduled concerts. Applicant must make appropriate security arrangements and coordinate with the Town Police Chief. 2011 Summer of Free Music Series- Annual Temporary Use Permit Renewal Page 3 of 7 3. A tent permit or approval of the Fire Chief must be obtained for any tents or canopies prior to the event. The existing facilities should be checked to ensure there are adequate exits and all other life /safety requirements are addressed. 4. No chairs, tables, benches, platforms, booths, tents, canopies, vehicles, equipment or other material of any kind shall be permitted within established fire lanes (24' -0" minimum width and 13' -6" minimum height clearance) without the express authorization of the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Chief or designee, who must approve all structure locations prior to the commencement of any event. Access from the slope to the Mall will have to be in place. The ski slope and area in front of the stage or tent must remain unobstructed such that slopeside access is possible. No vehicles may be parked at the slopeside end of the Mall. E. Security and Emergency Services 1. The event area is to be effectively cordoned off and manned by security personnel as per the Site Map and Operations Plan. 2. Applicant is required to provide adequate security staff shall be at each concert. Security personnel are to be stationed on -site from 5:00 PM -9:00 PM and until 10:30 PM on June 30. 3. On -call EMT and ambulance services will be coordinated with the Snowmass- Wildcat Fire Protection District. If needed, emergency services will be summoned by dialing 911; the designated pick -up point is where Elbert Lane intersects Fanny Hill. A basic first aid kit is to be maintained at the Main Bar Tent within the venue. F. Public Health, Sanitation and Safety 1. Smoking is prohibited at Outdoor Public Places with the exception of specifically designated "Smoking Permitted Areas" that must be clearly marked and delineated, posted with Smoking Permitted Area /No Smoking Outside This Area signs and located no closer than 15 feet from Service Lines or food /beverage areas. The event organizer is required to announce via the public address /sound system, at intervals no greater than between performances and at any intermission, that "This area is designated as a smoke free zone, where smoking is prohibited, except in the designated smoking permitted areas." For complete regulations refer to Town Council Ordinance No. 19, Series of 2007. 2. Applicant shall coordinate with the Aspen /Pitkin County Environmental Health Department regarding any activities involving food service and is responsible for satisfying all applicable health code and sanitation regulations, including adequate hand wash stations. Free purified water will also be provided. 3. There are to be an appropriate number of portable toilets, ADA portable toilets and hand washing stations located at the event site. All porta- potties are to be maintained and cleaned the morning after each concert. Additional restroom facilities may be available in the Snowmass Mall and Base Village. 4. Trash cardboard receptacles and recycling bins are to be placed throughout the event area including all exit points. The bins are to emptied when full. Trash that is collected shall be deposited into Wildlife Resistant Refuse Containers* or deposited into a dumpster that is removed to an appropriate disposal site at the end of each 2011 Summer of Free Music Series- Annual Temporary Use Permit Renewal Page 4 of 7 evening's activities. Outdoor special event sites must be kept free from the accumulation of refuse edible by wildlife. Definition: Wildlife Resistant Refuse Container means a fully enclosed metal container with a metal lid. The lid must have a latching mechanism that prevents access to the contents by wildlife. Wildlife Resistant Refuse Containers must be approved by the Police Chief and Public Works Director. 5. Applicant is responsible for picking up trash within the event site, Snowmass Mall and all event parking lots (Village Numbered Lots, Town Park, Base Village garage) after each concert. 6. Solid waste collection, recycling and removal shall be contracted and coordinated with the Town Solid Waste and Recycle Department (923 -5110) or with an appropriate private company. 7. All cables, wires, equipment and material shall be covered, concealed, secured and /or located in such a manner that event participants will not be placed at risk and the general public's health, safety or welfare will not be adversely affected. 8. Any lighting shall be directed and focused so not to adversely affect surrounding residences, condominiums or businesses. Adequate lighting shall be provided when necessary for nighttime egress. G. Parking, Transportation and Signage 1. Event parking is provided in the free Numbered Village Parking Lots (excluding the timed and permit lots), Town Park (Rodeo) Lot and Base Village parking garage. Applicant is responsible for picking up trash at each of these lots after each concert. Free public parking may also be available in the Intercept Lot at Hwy 82 /Brush Creek. 2. Parking along Town roadways or in non designated parking areas is prohibited and may result in the ticketing or towing of vehicles. 3. Prior to each concert, shuttle service from the Town Park (Rodeo) parking lot shall be coordinated with the Town Transportation Department (923- 2543). If the Town Transportation Department is unable to provide service, Applicant shall be responsible for providing the necessary shuttle service. 4. Public transportation is provided by Town Shuttles and RFTA buses utilizing regular service routes /schedules and subject to availability. Shuttles within the Town and RFTA bus service between Snowmass Village and Aspen are free. 5. Skittles Lift is schedule to operate on Thursdays, connecting Base Village and the parking garage with the Fanny Hill concert area and Snowmass Mali. 6. Applicant will coordinate with Town Police to determine location and verbiage for Variable Message Signs (VMS) and any temporary directional signage. 7. Most performances are to end by 8:30 PM and extend no later than 9:00 PM with the exception of the July 1 concert and fireworks. Event egress shall be coordinated among Event Staff, Town Police, Town Departments (Transportation and Roads) and RFTA. 2011 Summer of Free Music Series- Annual Temporary Use Permit Renewal Page 5 of 7 H. Animal Services Department 1. All requirements of the Town Animal Services Department (923 5330), whether imposed prior to or during this event series, must be satisfied and shall be considered conditions of this permit. 2. No person shall knowingly leave or store any refuse, food product, pet food, grain or salt in a manner that would constitute a lure, attraction or enticement of wildlife. Failure to comply with these provisions may result in penalty assessments pursuant to Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 7 -161 (Exhibit D- Penalty Assessment). 3. Dogs are welcome in a designated area outside and adjacent to the event area. Pet owners are responsible for picking up and properly disposing of their animal's solid waste. No dogs are allowed within the Fanny Hill venue and no animals shall be left unattended in parked vehicles during any of the concerts. I. Liquor Control 1. Applicant or authorized representative must obtain the appropriate liquor license from the Town Clerk (923 -3777) prior to the commencement of the concert series if alcoholic beverages are to be sold and consumed within the designated event area. 2. Alcohol sales are to occur from 5:30 PM -8:30 PM each Thursday and on June 30, sales are to be extended to 9:00 PM due to the fireworks display. 3. All bartenders shall be TIPs- trained and the Bar Manager is required to keep all bartender TIPs cards on -file at/during each concert. 4. Persons under 30 need to provide proper identification. Beer, wine and spirits are available for purchase with a maximum of four (4) drinks per person per visit. No alcohol purchased on -site may be taken outside of the designated event area. 5. Applicant should notify managers, operators and owners of all licensed facilities that serve or sell alcoholic beverages within the West Village Mali and Base Village of up- coming concerts so they may be adequately staffed to ensure compliance with the requirements of their licensed premises. J. Fireworks Display -June 30 1. Snowmass Wildcat Fire Marshal may revoke this section of the permit at any time if conditions change prior to or during the scheduled fireworks display. 2. Any required permits shall be obtained from the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District. Only licensed pyrotechnic personnel, under the direction of the Snowmass- Wildcat Fire Department shall be permitted to handle, launch or discharge fireworks. 3. No fireworks shall be stored or stockpiled within the Town of Snowmass Village. 4. Applicant and its representative shall adequately supervise all aspects of the fireworks display to ensure conformance with the Operation Plan and Site Map (see Exhibit E1 -4) along with the terms and conditions of this Permit Renewal. 5. The fireworks display is scheduled to start at 9:00 PM and last 10 -13 minutes. 6. It is important that the site perimeter is patrolled to keep pets, children, etc. away from the fireworks and launch area. 2011 Summer of Free Music Series- Annual Temporary Use Permit Renewal Page 6 of 7 K. Insurance and Liability 1. At all times during the term of this permit Applicant shall maintain in full force and effect a comprehensive public liability insurance policy. The amount of insurance and extent of coverage shall be established by the property owners whose land is being used for the concerts. If at any time during the term of this permit the Applicant's insurance coverage lapses, is canceled or suspended, this permit shall automatically terminate and the Applicant shall cease operations hereunder (see Exhibit F- Liability Insurance). 2. Applicant agrees to indemnify and hold the Town harmless from all cost, loss, damage, expenses (including attorney and expert fees) and claim of liability of any and every kind (collectively "Claims that may arise as a direct result of activities that the Applicant is engaged or over which the Applicant has control with respect to the use of the above described property pursuant to this permit. The foregoing shall obligate the Applicant to defend any claims, suits or other proceedings naming the Town as a defendant on any claim that may arise as a result of the use of the above described property pursuant to this permit or the activities authorized under this permit. 3. Attorney Fees. In the event litigation is necessary to enforce the rights of the Town under this Agreement, the Town shall be entitled to reimbursements of its reasonable attorney fees and costs of suit, actually incurred in the litigation, as part of its judgment or award. Attachments: Exhibit A -Event Site Map /Concert Schedule Exhibit B- Application /Operations Plan Exhibit C- Authorization Exhibit D- Penalty Assessment Exhibit E(1)- Fireworks Ops Plan E(2)- Fireworks Launch Site Map E(3)- Liability Insurance E(4)- Indemnification Exhibit F- Liability Insurance 2011 Summer of Free Music Series- Annual Temporary Use Permit Renewal Page 7 of 7 0 LU WI 0, DNVW.N3 M c 1 y y 0 ro 0 Q. 2 0 D D y Exhibit A -Event Site Map music 2011 SUMMER CONCERT SCHEDULE Dates and Bands: June 30 The New Mastersounds w Fireworks July 7 Stone Foxes July 14 Walter Wolfman Joe Krown July 21 Otis Taylor July 28 Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad August 4 Trevor Hall August 11 Jim Lauderdale August 18 Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band Exhibit A- Concert Schedule Snowmass Summer of Free Music Series MERE for a printer friendly view. Thursday, June 30, 2011 Specific location(s): Fanny Hill DATES/TIMES: Set -up: 05/02/2011 09:00 AM Start: 06/30/2011 05:00 PM End: 08/18/2011 09:00 PM Dismantle: 08/19/2011 09:00 AM PRIMARY CONTACT: Josh Behrman Send e -mail Mountain Groove Productions, Inc. 659 Medicine Bow Rd. Aspen, CO 81611 Work: (970) 925 -1663 Primary Jurisdiction: Town of Snowmass Village Overall Status: Event Category: City of Aspen Town of Snowmass Village Pitkin County Not Yet Reviewed Special Event On -line Application Click HERE if you'd like to view the entire on -line application. SECONDARY CONTACT: Vanessa Adam Send e -mail Mountain Groove Productions, Inc. Work: (970) 925 -1663 OTHER CONTACTS: During event contact names phone numbers Primary: Josh Behrman (970) 618 -8032 Secondary: Vanessa Adam (970) 618 -6270 DETAILS DOCUMENTS: Snowmass Summer of Free Music Series click Event Summary: The site capacity on Fanny Hill is approximately 5,000 with attendance expected to be 1,000 -2,500 on these Thursday night concerts. There will be hired staff for gatecheckers, bar staff, and security. There will be amplified music for all concerts. Exhibit B- Application /Operations Plan http:// specialevents .aspenpitkin.comldetails.cfm ?printviewflag =l &eventid =601 6/8/2011 Staff per concert: Gatecheckers: 4 -6 Security: 8 -14 and 1 supervisor. The number will depend on the level of weekly talent. Bar Employees: 10 Other Staff: 8 All Events are Free and Open to the Public. The past change in the alcohol policy at these Snowmass Village Events proved successful to the Snowmass Summer of Free Music Series, therefore we will keep the same format. Thursday Night Concerts: Music returns to the mountains on June 30 with the start of the annual Snowmass Summer of Free Music Series a free weekly outdoor concert every Thursday night on Fanny Hill which draws crowds by the thousands. The attached documents are the dates for the Thursday Night Concerts, all beginning at 6:00 pm. The June 30th concert will kick -off the Snowmass Summer of Free Music Series, with a Thursday night concert and the grand finale fireworks show, as part of the 4th of July Celebration and the new EMU Eco -Music Festival kick -off. Snowmass celebrates the 4th on the 30th with a one -of -a -kind evening that includes a free concert, followed by a fireworks show at 9:00 pm. A Family Fun Zone was received extremely well by families, parents, and children. Family Fun Zone will be a feature again this summer for all Thursday night concerts. The Family Fun Zone organizer is Sue Whittingham andd begins at 6:OOpm and goes until the end of the concert. Elements include: Face Painting Clowns, Juggling, Games, Bouncy Houses, Hoola Hooping, Characture Drawings and more. It creates a safe and children/parent friendly environment for all. The onsite manager is Susan Cross. Thursday Night Series 2011.doc 24.06 k Bands Confirmed to date. Site Plan (and maps): Attached is the 2008 Fanny Hill Summer of Free Music map. The layout will be exactly the same for 2011, as it has been the same for the past 4 years. 08 -487 Site Map Update_v2.pdf 917.15 k Communication Plan: All communication will take place via cell phones. Below is the list of Staff and their cell phone numbers. Josh Behrman Event Director 970 618 -8032 Luis Mendoza Site Manager 970 618 -9280 Vanessa Adam Event Manager 970 -618 -6270 Stu Ulfrig Alchemy Sound 970 -948 -5755 John Czechowitz Tech. Director 970 948 -9441 Jacqie Stewart Bar Manager 970 618 -2225 Dave Meeker Security 970 -948 -7810 Ken Studnicka SMV Fire 970- 923 -2212 http: /specialevents. aspenpitkin .com /details.cfm ?printviewflag =l &eventid =601 6/8/2011 Sgt. Brian Olson SMV Police 970 923 -5330 Laurie Tina Animal Control 970 923 -5330 Don KSNO Announcer There will be radio spots, summer of free music posters, and ad's in the paper about these free concerts and the weekly music lineup. PRODUCTION Mountain Groove Productions, Inc. has been contracted to facilitate and oversee all aspects of executing production and ticketing on behalf of the non -profit of the week. They are also responsible for securing and executing all production related to talent, sound, stage and lights. Traffic on Fanny Hill will be kept to a bare minimum. No oversized or semi- trucks will be used. Mountain Groove Productions has gained extensive experience and expertise with concerts and events throughout the Colorado Rockies, particularly in Snowmass Village. Mountain Groove Productions Inc. has assigned a liaison, Josh Behrman, between the community and the event to keep in contact and be available throughout the Festival via cell phone. Josh Behrman will work with the TOSV Police Department, Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protections personnel, and the Community through any issues and concerns regarding the concerts /events. Security Plan: SECURITY Aspen Event Security- Dave Meeker Phone: 970 925 -7810 Address: PO Box 10926, Aspen, CO 81612 On -site Commander will be Randall Meeker: 970- 274 -4870 Dave Meeker's company, Aspen Event Security, (970- 925 -7810) will be the Security for all concerts. Access to the site will be monitored by paid security hired and managed by Mountain Groove Productions. Aspen Event Security has been the Security Personnel for these concerts in the past. Per concert there will be 8 -14 security guards, plus 1 supervisor depending on the level of talent and expected guest attendance. The security personnel for all of these events will remain the same group of security forces week to week to maintain consistency in process. This security force will be visibly present within the site itself, monitoring the perimeter, and any (and all) relevant areas that require monitoring to insure the integrity and safety of the site. We will meet with the Snowmass Village Police Department to discuss sufficient security personnel needed throughout each concert day. On the first Thursday night concert (June 30) of the summer series, the security personnel will be greater quantity. Security hours of operation for all concerts will be from 5pm -9pm. Gates open to the http: /specialevents. aspenpitkin .com /details.cfm ?printviewflag =1 &eventid =601 6/8/2011 public at 5:30pm. For the June 30 concert, security will stay till 10:30pm to allow for the extra half hour of bar service. Security will oversee the greeters/bag checkers at the entrances of the site. The greeters will check backpacks and coolers for any alcohol brought onto the premises. In a case where a person has a bottle of alcohol to bring to the concert it will be confiscated or requested to return it to their vehicle. Security personnel throughout the site will be put on notice to keep a sharp eye out for underage and abusive drinking. Concert security has extensive experience in dealing with any and all alcohol related incidents in a professional and courteous manner, and will engage TOSV Police. We will support the police in an effort to maintain the alcohol policy change as smooth and effective as possible. Medical Plan: MEDICAL Mountain Groove Productions will work with the Snowmass Fire Department for an on- call EMT and ambulance. EMT will be summoned on emergency situations via 911. The predetermined pick -up point for all emergencies will be where Elbert Lane meets Fanny Hill. At the main bar there will be a basic first aid kit for customer convenience. Safety Plan: The site capacity on Fanny Hill is approximately 5,000 with attendance expected to be 1,000 -2,500 on Thursday evenings. SAFETY Egress All main acts (with the exception of the June 30 Independence Day Fireworks Show) will complete performance around 8:30pm nightly, but no later than 9:OOpm. This will be the main egress from the event and there will be 2 exits for an easy flow of traffic. Flow of traffic throughout the Fanny Hill site will be made clear with various walkways. Lighting Plan There will be egress lighting approximately after dusk. Egress lighting will take place at the two exits with tree lights pointing in the direction of the exits. Luis Mendoza will oversee the lighting on the site. On call beginning roughly 20 minutes prior to the end of the show, egress is handled between TOSV Police, RFTA TOSV Transportation, and festival security and parking staffs. Adequate cueing areas for RFTA and TOSV shuttle service will be protected for lines to develop. There will be no divergence from a plan that is approved by the Snowmass Wildcat Fire http: /specialevents. aspenpitkin .com /details.cfin ?printviewflag =l &eventid =601 6/8/2011 Protection District and the TOSV Police. This will include: Walkways to be kept clear at all times by security. Fire /emergency personel will have complete access to the grounds, backstage, concession areas. Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District and the TOSV Police will approve any deviations from the above. Unusual Risks and Hazards Risks for this event are low but may include overexposure to the sun, dehydration, exposure to rain, children separated from parents, drug or alcohol abuse and altitude illness. Safety Measures Mountain Groove Productions will take the following precautions to avoid and to deal with any hazards or accidents that may occur during this event: Circulating, trained security to watch for drug use or alcohol abuse. Concert will proceed under most weather conditions. Extremely dangerous lightening and electrical conditions could provide cancellation of a concert. Compliance of fire safety codes. Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District fire trucks will be on call. Mountain Groove Productions will notify Aspen Valley Hospital of our event so that they may be prepared in additional to our medical staff. Mountain Groove Productions will notify local authorities of the event. Mountain Groove Productions will notify Tipsy Taxi of event. Good signage on site: alcohol policy /rules, Bar Times, No Smoking, egress. Fire Safety No firecrackers. No smoking. Signage will be boldly posted at the entrance and throughout the grounds. Staff will patrol the roads in the vicinity including Fanny Hill to ensure that the road stays clear and constantly accessible. "No parking" signs will be posted and vehicles will be towed as necessary. A tow truck company will be contacted to tow any and all vehicles that do not respect parking restrictions. We will run ads on radio and in newspapers informing concertgoers of fire risks and precautions to take for the time of the year. Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District has been notified and will be contacted with follow -ups throughout the Festival. All fire lanes will be kept open. In the event of a fire, our first response will be through the 911 emergency line. Transportation/Traffic Plan: TRANSPORTATION All shuttles that run within the Town of Snowmass Village limits are free. Free Village Shuttles will run every 10 minutes starting at 5:20 pm and ending approximately one hour after the end of the concert. Also, we anticipate that RFTA will continue its' FREE Aspen to Snowmass bus service this summer. We're encouraging everyone to walk, bike, or ride the bus to all of these events. Village Shuttle schedules and information will be available by calling (970) 923 -2543. Below is an outline: Getting To the Concerts From Aspen http: /specialevents. aspenpitkin .com /details.cfm ?printviewflag =l &eventid =601 6/8/2011 The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) will provide its FREE regular bus service from Ruby Park in Aspen and Snowmass Village Mall at :15 and :45. The FREE buses will aid in guests taking public transportation. From Outside of Aspen The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) will provide transit services to Snowmass Village from Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, El Jebel, and Basalt for a small fare. Several Park Ride locations offer free parking and convenient locations from which to catch certain buses. Free parking and transfers will be offered for $2 and are also available from the Intercept Lot at Brush Creek and Highway 82 every half hour at :00 and :30. TOSV Marketing is working with RFTA to increase bus service on anticipated busier evenings. We will work with TOSV Police Department to determine variable signage and verbiage for parking directionals. Parking Plan: The summer parking options include: The numbered parking lots near the Snowmass Mall, the Rodeo Lot, and the Base Village Parking Garage will offer onsite parking. The Skittles, which connects the Base Village to the Fanny Hill concerts, will run from loam to lOpm on Thursdays and offer an easy free connection from Base Village to the Village Mall. VMS signs will be requested for updates on the parking lot status availability for all Thursday night concerts. Sanitation /Recycling Plan: SANITATION We have not yet decided on a Sanitation Company. However, we will provide the Service Provider, contact info. as soon as we have it. Services will provide appropriate portable toilets and sinks, per health requirements. There will be several trash bins and containers positioned at the toilets as well as throughout the site. Both the toilet and trash bins will receive a clean up the morning after each concert to ensure a fresh start. Portapotties: 20 2 ADA as well. The Festival will obtain 35 cardboard trash containers to place around the entire concert site as well as recycling bins. There will also be 20 recylcling bins located throughout the site. We are working directly with a clean-up commander, Luis Mendoza and Lamas Events on our waste plan. This will provide a full professional clean -up crew to remove trash throughout the day and throughout the entire event after egress. The site will be left in as good or better shape. http: specialevents .aspenpitkin.com /details.cfm ?printviewflag =1 &eventid =601 6/8/2011 Free purified water will be available. Alcohol Mitigation Plan: ALCOHOL The alcohol policy change over the past 4 year's made for detailed planning and execution for alcohol sold on site, therefore all aspects are very effective and smoothly operated. Like previous years, concertgoers will not be allowed to bring alcohol or glass containers into the Festival site. We have developed an effective plan with TOSV Police Department Security Personnel and will modify if needed to minimize disturbances to our guests. Proper special event liquor permitting is being executed. All liquor sold will be the sole responsibility of SAAF(Snowmass Arts Appreciation Fund.) Staff management and bartenders who are TIPS trained will be the only personnel serving and selling alcoholic beverages. A special use liquor license will be applied for by SAAF for the concert dates mentioned on Fanny Hill. Mountain Groove Productions Inc. will provide TIPS trained bartenders for service. The Bar Manager for all concerts is Jacqie Stewart: 970 618 -2225. Two bar tents 1 large, and 1 small, will be placed on Fanny Hill for all concerts. The one main bar tent will have six servers and sellers and the manager, Jacqie Stewart. A Wine Cellar included adjacent to the main tent will have two to three sellers offering a variety of fine wines by the bottle so guests have options. In addition, there will be one smaller beer tent on the west side of the venue. See site map attached. By offering guests triangular access to buy alcohol we aim to eliminate long lines. Alcohol will be for sale from 5:30 pm -8:30 pm every Thursday, with the exception of the June 30 Independence Day Celebration/ 1st Thursday Concert. Alcohol will be for sale a half hour later than normal, till 9:00 pm due to the fireworks on June 30. Adhering to Colorado State Law, we will be serving beer, wine, and spirits. The bar will serve a maximum of four drinks per visit per person. No one appearing to be intoxicated will be served any liquor. Very strict control on the sale of alcohol will be practiced at this event. People purchasing alcohol who appear to be under 30 will be ID'd at the point of purchase. This means Id's will be checked at the three bars throughout the site and by the roving beer sales persons. All bartenders will be TIPS trained. All opened containers will be confiscated and thrown away. Free Purified water will be available on site. Accessibility Plan: ACCESIBILITY Handicapped vehicle access will be available at the numbered parking lots. There will be at least (8) handicap spots. At least 10% of the portapotties will be handicap accesible. http: /specialevents. aspenpitkin .com /details.cfm ?printviewflag =l &eventid =601 6/8/2011 All egress areas will be appropriately lighted with tree lights. Alcohol Permit License: A special event liquor permit will be submitted to the Town of Snowmass Village Clerk. prop perm skico.pdf 187.34 k Property Permission for Aspen Skiing Company skico prp fireworks.doc 499.71 k Property Peiiuission for Aspen Skiing Company for the June 30th Fireworks. Property Permission- 83.45 k Property Permission for Silvertree. Silvertree.pdf Food Permit: There will be no food vendors on site, other than the Brothers Grille at the Silvertree Hotel serving BBQ food as they have in previous years. Guests are welcome to bring their own food and picnics. Parks /Open Space Permit: N/A Reviewed and accepted: NO Sales Tax Bus. License: N/A Reviewed and accepted: NO Miscellaneous Permits: There will be one permanent bar sales tent: 20x20 that remains on Fanny Hill all summer. In addition, the music stage and the backstage 20x20 will be constructed by the I st of June. Multiple 10x10 pop up tents will be used at the entrance, merchandise, small beer tent. For the 1st Thursday concert/Independence Day Celebration, June 30 we will meet with the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District for permits and planning assistance for the fireworks display. The Fireworks will be the same company as previous years: American Fireworks Company. The property permission is attached below. skico prp fireworks.doc 499.71 k Public Notification: We will notify the public of the Thursday Free Concert Series through radio ads, print ads, online, and PSA's. In addition, Silvertree Properties and Woodrun V will have a complete schedule and site map of the Free Series Music. Liability Insurance: TOSV has insured proper liability insurance policy. This is included in the documents below. 0119891128 Silvertree.pdf 309.53 k Silvertree 0119891250 Aspen SkiCO.pdf 309.48 k Aspen Skiing Company http: /specialevents. aspenpitkin. com /details.cfin ?printviewflag =l &eventid =601 6/8/2011 References: Mountain Groove Productions has managed various events in Snowmass Village and many of them are in their 7th year or longer. To name a few: Free Summer Music Series Snowmass Culinary Arts Festival Chili Pepper Brew Fest St. Paddy's Day Oktoberfest Balloon Festival REVIEWING AGENCY COMMENTS /STATUS:Overall Status: Not Yet Reviewed Aspen City Clerk Send an email Status: Not Yet Reviewed County Community Development Send an email Status: Approve Applicant Reply [03/09/2011 04:23 PM] 3/9: Infounation sent to County Agencies. Applicant Reply [04/25/2011 03:55 PM] 4/25/11: Pitkin County has reviewed this event. Endorsing the use of RFTA to get to and from the event to reduce the amount of vehicular traffic is highly recommended. Thank you for the opportunity to review the application. Best wishes to the organizers for a successful event! Approval Agency Request [05/10/2011 06:42 PM] Yes, all advertisting will encourage guests to use RFTA. Thank you. Pitkin County Emergency Management Send an email RFTA Send an email Right Door Send an email Snowmass Village Planning Send an email Snowmass Village Police Send an email Snowmass Village Public Works Send an email Snowmass Village Town Clerk Send an email Snowmass Wildcat Fire Department Send an email Status: Not Yet Reviewed Status: Approve Status: Not Yet Reviewed Status: Not Yet Reviewed Status: Not Yet Reviewed Status: Not Yet Reviewed Status: Not Yet Reviewed Approval Agency Request [03/21/2011 03:59 PM] Proper special event liquor permitting is being executed through TOSV. All liquor sold will be the sole responsibility of TOSV on behalf of Music for the Mountains, Inc. and SAAF (Snowmass Arts Appreciation Fund). TOSV staff management and bartenders who are TIPS trained will be the only personnel serving and selling alcoholic beverages. Approval Agency Request [05/10/2011 06:42 PM] This has been changed. Thank you. Snowmass Village Transportation Send an email Status: Not Yet Reviewed Approval Agency Request [03/03/2011 10:56 AM] we will provide the same times /schedule of extra buses for each concert as in summer of 2010 Approval Agency Request [05/10/2011 06:42 PM] Great, thank you. Status: Approve http: /specialevents. aspenpitkin .com /details.cfm ?printviewflag =l &eventid =601 6/8/2011 JAN -26 2011 WED 11:50 AM SNOWMASS ADMIN January 17, 2011 May this letter serve as permission for Music for the Mountains Fund Ine. and SAAF to hold the following events throughout the 2011 summer on my property. Certificates of Liability Insurance have been requested naming your property. 1 am aware of the fact that Town of Snowmass Village is seeking Temporary Liquor Permit for this event, and if ranted, alcohol will be served responsibly on my property during the hours of this event. Property Owners Name (please print) Property Name (please print Property Owner's Signature SNOWMASS Snowmass Village Summer of Free Music Series June 30 August 18 Snowmass Chili Pepper Brew Festival June 3A Fanny :Hill Aspen Skiing Company Beer, wine spirits will be sold at all events Thank. You! FAX NO. 9709230505 P. 01 Date k s Josh Behnnan Independent Event Contractor Exhibit C- Authorization Town of Snowmass Village Ph. 970 -925 -1663, fx 970- 920 -6803; joshbehrman@comcast.net FEB -23 -2011 WED 03:39 PM SNOWNASS ADMIN February 7, 2011 SNOWMASS COtoxnou May this letter serve as permission for The Town of Snowniass Village to hold the following event on my property. Certificates of Liability Insurance have been requested naming your property. Fireworks for 1" Summer of Free Music Series/Independence Celebration lure 30, 2011 9:00 pin Coney Glade!Fanny Hill Aspen Skiing Company Propcfy Owners Name (please print) `�i� Date 1. \"1.1\ Property Name (please print)` Property Owner's Signature Thank You! FAX NO. 9709230505 P. 01 Josh Behtman Independent Event Con :motor Town of Snawmass Village Ph. 970- 925 -1663, Fx. 970 -920 6603; joshbchrman@commast.net 12 -16 -10 May this letter serve as permission for Music for the Mountains Fund Inc. and SAAF to hold the following event on my property for the following 2011 dates: Certificates of Liability Insurance have been requested naming your property. I am aware of the fact that Town of Snowmass Village is seeking Temporary Liquor Permit for this event, and if granted, alcohol will be served responsibly on my property during the hours of this event. Property Owners Name (please print) The Silvertree Hotel Date: 16- Dec -2010 Property Owner's Signature Lance Burwell, VP Operations SNOWMASS 001.011A1)0 Snowmass Village Summer of Free Music Series June 30- Aug 18 Snowmass Chili Pepper and Brew Fest June 3 -4 Silvertree Property's Beer, wine spirits will be sold at all events. Thank You! Josh Behrman Independent Event Contractor Town of Snowmass Village Ph. 970 925 -1663, fx 970 920 -6803; snowmassevents @aol.com Ord. 99 -04, Exhibit A Page 2 of 3 Sec. 7 -154. Residential Refuse Disposal, Sec. 7 -155. Special Event Refuse Disposal. Sec. 7 -156. Construction Site Refuse Disposal. a. All containers that receive refuse edible by bears or other wildlife must be secured inside the home or garage. Residents unable to keep their refuse container inside the home or garage shall store their refuse in a Wildlife Resistant Refuse Container or Enclosure approved by the Police Department. b. Residents with curbside pickup shall place their refuse containers at the curb only on the day of pickup. After pickup, the containers must be re- secured inside the home, garage or Wildlife Resistant Dumpster Enclosure by 6 p.m. Outdoor Special Event sites shall be kept free from the accumulation of refuse edible by wildlife. Refuse must be collected from the grounds at the close of each day's activities and shall be deposited in Wildlife Resistant Containers or Enclosures, or be removed to an appropriate disposal site. All construction sites must have a designated container that receives refuse edible by bears and other wildlife. This container shall be either a Wildlife Resistant Refuse Container, or a container that is emptied at the end of each workday and then securely stored inside a trailer or building. Sec. 7 -157. Feeding of Wildlife. No person shall knowingly leave or store any refuse, food product, pet food, grain or salt in a manner which would constitute a lure, attraction or enticement of wildlife. b. Birdfeeders are .wed. 'owever, between the dates of April 15th and November 15th, all feeders must be susp e. ed on a cable or other device so that they are inaccessible to bears and the area below the '-eders t be kept free from the accumulation of seed debris. Sec. 7 -158. Interference with Animal Control Officer. No person shall interfere with, molest, hinder or impede the Animal Control Officer in the discharge of his or her duties as herein prescribed, or to violate any of the provisions of this Article. (Ord. 3 -1992 §2) Sec. 7-159. Enforcement. a. Police or Animal Control Officers shall have the power to issue summonses and complaints for violations of this Article, as well as to issue warning notices to persons in violation of the provisions of this Article. b. Police or Animal Control Officers shall have the right to enter any premises in the Town at reasonable hours to enforce the provisions of this Article. Exhibit D- Penalty Assessment Shall b t� i f-i`�i J 3i�7- i i' brought ii into a'•�la ?i r, �=i7ii 3a_a5[;�:' i +;;(3s the o i':� s i' Cict�: r. this within a y e', i period i i i f t to %-cr�asl Si d2i.ys r protection of .L lt <'=Sl,:�le l r 'f- a r a lli?ri�yli31J by ally a,vYllI' of a this Ordinance. N �pa:il apt)1- icati@ir ton the Chief of Police, and sliciwi g a 7 7,, dtiinpsier enclosure or refuse container required to comply with this Article, the Chief of Police may grant an extension, for a reasonable period of time, within which to comply with the provisions of this Article. cle. Sec. 7- 1161. Pera_glity asse65rcaerft. The following penalty assessments are declared to be mandatory and rninisnuni: Wildlife Resistant Refuse Container (Sec. 7 -152): 50.00 First offense within 1 year 2.00 ig Second offense within 1 year Summons 0 L Third offense within 1 year Maintenance of Wildlife•Resistant Refuse Containers and Wildlife 5e.Resistant Dumpster Enclosures (Sec. 7 -153): First offense within 1 year 250. Se 00 Second offense within 1 year Summons Third offense within 1 year Residential Refuse Disposal (Sec. 7 -154): First offense within 1 year Second offense within 1 year Third offense within 1 year Special Event Refuse Disposal (Sec. 7 155): 250.00 First offense within] year 2 25050 Second offense within 1 year Summons Third offense within 1 year Construction Site Refuse Disposal (Sec. 7 -156): First offense within 1 year Second offense within 1 year Third offense within 1 year Feeding of Wildlife (Sec. 7 -157): First offense within 1 year Second offense within 1 year Third offense within 1 year Secs. 7- 162 -7 -175. Reserved. ?::11,11:1 7:_'i'.4!. 50.00 250.00 Sununons 250.00 500.00 Summons $50.00 250.00 Summons SNOWMASS COLORADO Operation Plan EVENT: Fireworks Independence Day Celebration/1" Thursday Concert DATE: Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 9:00 PM LOCATION: Coney Glade/Fanny Hill on Snowmass Mountain EVENT COORDINATOR: Josh Behrman, 970 -618 -8032 FIREWORKS COMPANY: American Fireworks Display Co. Patrick Bowlander, ph: 320 279 -3114 The fireworks celebration for the first Summer of Free Music Series/ Independence Day Celebration will take place June 30, 2011 near the Coney Glade/Water Treatment area. Start time will be at 9:00 pm and the show will be approximately 15 minutes. TOSV has contracted Americana Fireworks Display Company to run the fireworks display. They follow the official guidelines established by the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association). We have worked with Americana Fireworks Display Company in the past. Please see exhibit site map A for the location of where the fireworks will be shot from. We will be publicizing both of these events to the public through advertising and radio. Exhibit E(1)- Fireworks Ops Plan FEB -23 -2011 WED 0M9 PM SNOWMASS ADMIN February 7, 2011 SN©WMASS COLo0.nnu May this letter serve as permission for The Town of Snowtnass Village to hold the following event on my property. Certificates of Liability insurance have been requested naming your property. Fireworks for 1" Summer of Free Music Series /Independence Celebration lime 30, 2011 9:00 pin Coney Giade'Fanny'tliu Aspen Skiing Company Propert Owners Name (please print) Property Name (please print) Property Owner's J Signature Thank You! FAX NO 9709230505 P. 01 Josh Behmian Independent Event Contractor Town ot'Snowmass Village Ph. 970 -925 -1663, Fx. 970 -920 6803; }oshbchrmnn @comeast.nct Exhibit E(2)- Fireworks Launch Site Map THIS IS To CERTIFY THAT THE POUCIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT. TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRAO, f OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POUCIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDm0N5 OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. LIR TYPE OFINSURANCE eise MD POLICY NUMBER 43922625 -03 BlaNDINYYYY) 6/19/2011 (MAY 6/19/2012 LOWS EACH OCCURRENCE ;1,000.000 A GENERAL E uniaarTY COMMERCIAL GENERAL LUiBIUTY .1 CLAIMS MADE U OCCUR DANiLI+ETORENTED 33EMISE6�(Fa ooarrance} S 50,000 MED E(P (Any con parson) 5 GENT_ --1POUCY317- PERSONAL ADV INJURY 51,000.000 GENERAL AGGR EGATE 52.000,000 AGGREGATE UMfT APPLIES PER: rfLOC PRODUCTS COMP,VPAGG 0 000,000 s II AUTOMOBILE X X x LIABILITY ANY AUTO ALL OWNED AUTOS SCNELWLED AUTOS HREDAUTOS NON MHOS CA62644579 6/19/2011 6/19/2012 COMBINED SINGLE UMrT (Es 51,000,000 BODILY INJURY (Per person) BODILY INJURY (Perveddent) PROPERTY DAMAGE (Per seceded) S S C X UMBR.EIAUUAB FYCFSSLIAB X OCJ CLIMISJAADE 39V760853 6/19/2011 6/19/2012 EACH OCCURRENCE 54,000,000 54,000,000 AGGREGATE DEDUCTIBLE RETENTION S WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS LINKUP(' Y N ANY PROPRItTORNARTNER/EXECUTNE E EXCLUDED? Dya RnioN F O 06SCR0�'TION OF OPERATIONS below N WS STA TU OTH- I TORY LIMITS I Fft E.L,FACTLAGGDENT 5 E,LDISEASE:- EAEMPLOYEE 5 EL DISEASE POUCY UM UMW f OEScroPTWN OPERATIONS/ LOCATIONS /VEHIICLES ACecd ACORD 101, MOWN! RcnIrls Schedule, if Wore space Is !sgired) Display Date: June 30, 2011 Additional Insured: Town of Snowmass Village, Snowmass /wildcat Fire Protection District, Aspen Skiing Co. FROM A C )R E CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE 6 4A`E mUnkx1YTTi THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW, THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATNE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER IMPORTANT: If the certificate h4)der is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the policy(ios) must be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and Conditions Of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsoment(s). PRODUCER Britton Gallagher and Associates, Inc. 6240 SOM Center Rd. Cleveland 011 44139 INSURED Americana Fireworks Display Co. P.O. Box 700 Sandstone MN 55072 COVERAGES ACORD 25 (2009/09) Town of SBiwmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village CO 81611 CERTIFICATE NUMBER: FAX NO. 3202455344 Jun. 15 2011 01:40PM P3 232 CONTACT NAME; PHONE M O248 471 1 ADDRESS: PRADIXER CUSTOMER LO d: M$URER tS) AFFORDIIiS COVERAGE INSURER A Lexington ...Inc9.1.Kance Co otter nts :Granite State Insurance Co D1SW+F.RC:Axi.a Surplus Ins Company INSURER D IRSURERE: F` CELLATION AWHORIEEDREPSINENTATIVE FAX (AM,He):440 24P K40t 23809 SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POUCIE$ BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELVER® IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. 1988-2009 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD nama and logo are registered marks of ACORD Exhibit E(3)- Liability Insurance FROM FAX NO. 3202455344 The undersigned, as a condition of the granting by the Town of Snowmass Village of a Tem. •rary Use Permit for nn 1 Goal /J/ 3 i hereby agrees to release, discharge, indemnify and hold harmless the Town of Snowmass Village and its officials, employees, agents and representatives from and against any claim, liability, demand, loss, damages, penalty, judgment, expenses, costs (including cost of investigation and defense), fees or compensation in any form or kind whatsoever for any bodily injury, death, personal injury or property damage arising out of or in connection with any negligent act, intentional act, error or omission by the undersigned and/or its officials, employees, agents or representatives arising from or in connection with the approval of said temporary use permit and the operation or activities conducted by the undersigned pursuant to said temporary use permit, or for any resulting liability alleged to occur against the Town of Snowmass Village on account of the undersigned's acts, errors or omissions; provided, however, that such indemnities shall not be construed as an indemnity for bodily injury, death, personal injury or property damage arising from the sole negligence or intentional acts of the Town of Snowmass Village or its employees. The undersigned further agrees to investigate, process, respond to, adjust, provide defense for and defend, pay or settle all claims, demands, or lawsuits related hereto at its sole expense and shall bear all other costs and expenses related thereto, even if the claim, demand or lawsuit is groundless, false or fraudulent. r�+ -d r ,v0-e v (SIGN L ")'c/gt l 5 13a 70 ('TITLE) (ADDRESS r10WMASS INDEMNIFICATION Witness my hand and official seal this )S'-b day of 20 11 My Commission Ex.ires: 3 1-- �D Notary Pub Jun. 15 2011 01:41PM P4 P t 2 vX (AFFILIATTION) r5 Notary Seal KAREN K HOLMES Notary Pubiio-Minnesota My Comm. €xpuas Jan. 21 2015 a aa° towaeMaane Exhibit E(4)- Indemnification THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. AGGREGATE LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. INSR LTR TYPE OF INSURANCE POLICY NUMBER POLICY EFFECTIVE DATE IMMIDONYI POLICY EXPIRATION DATE INMI/DDIYYI LIMITS A GENERAL X UABILITY COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY LIAB 01 -2011 01 /01 /11 01/01/12 EACH OCCURRENCE 5,000,000 FIRE DAMAGE (Any one fire) 5,000,000 X CLAIMS MADE OCCUR MED EXP (Any one person) 0 X $10m E&0 Aggregate PERSONAL ADV INJURY 5,000,000 GEN 7 L AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER. POLICY PRO- LOC GENERAL AGGREGATE S PRODUCTS COMP /OP AGG 5,000,000 A AUTOMOBILEUABIUTY X ANY AUTO ALL OWNED AUTOS SCHEDULED AUTOS HIRED AUTOS NON -OWNED AUTOS LIAB 01 -2011 01/01/11 01/01/12 COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT (Ea accident) S 1,500,000 BODILY INJURY (Per person) BODILY INJURY (Per accident) PROPERTY DAMAGE (Per accident) GARAGE UABILITY ANY AUTO AUTO ONLY EA ACCIDENT OTHER THAN EA ACC AUTO ONLY: AGG EXCESS UABIUTY OCCUR ,1 CLAIMS MADE DEDUCTIBLE RETENTION EACH OCCURRENCE S AGGREGATE S WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY I WC STATU- I OTH- TORY I IMITS FR E.L. EACH ACCIDENT E L. DISEASE EA EMPLOYE E L. DISEASE POLICY LIMIT OTHER S S s DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONSILOCATIONSNEHICLES /EXCLUSIONS ADDED BY ENDORSEMENT/SPECIAL PROVISIONS Certificate Holder is Additional Insured on Liability Policies if required by contract. With respects to the use of their property for the following events: Chili Pepper, June 3 -4, 2011; Snowmass Culinary Arts, July 21 -24, 2011; Car Show, June 29 -30, 2011; Free Thursday Night Concerts -every Thursday, June 30 Aug 18, 2011 with fireworks on June 30, 2011; Oktoberfest, Sept 10, 2011; Kids Crafts Thursdays, June 30 -Aug 18, 2011; Sing -A -Longs S Storytelling Wednesdays, June 29 -Aug 17, 2011. ACORD,. CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE(MMIDD/YY) 02/24/2011 PRODUCER LIC #N /A 1- 303 757 -5475 CIRSA 3665 Cherry Creek North Drive Denver, Co 80209 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. INSURERS AFFORDING COVERAGE INSURED Town of Snowmass Village 16 Kearns Road, Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 I INSURER A CIRSA INSURER 8 INSURER C INSURER D INSURER E s CERTIFICATE HOLDER Aspen Skiing Company Steve Sewell P.O. Box 1248 Aspen, CO 81612 ACORD 25 -S (7/97) cwegman 19891250 ADDITIONAL INSURED' INSURER LETTER: USA CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING INSURER WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL 30 DAYS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE LEFT, BUT FAILURE TO DO SO SHALL IMPOSE NO OBUGATION OR LIABILITY OF ANY KIND UPON THE INSURER, ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE QY� eic enruzn CORPORATION 1988 Exhibit F- Liability Insurance THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. AGGREGATE LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. j TYPE OF INSURANCE POUCY HUMBER POLICY EFFECTIVE DATE IMMIDDIYYI POUCY EXPIRATION RATF (MM/DDJYY1 LIMITS A GENERAL X UABILITY COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY LIAB 01 -2011 01/01/11 01/01/12 EACH OCCURRENCE 5 5,000,000 FIRE DAMAGE (Any one tire) 5,000,000 X CLAIMS MADE I OCCUR MED EXP (Any one person) 0 X $10m E &O Aggregate PERSONAL ADV INJURY 5 5,000,000 GEN L AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER POLICY PRO- LOC 7FCT GENERAL AGGREGATE PRODUCTS COMP /OP AGG S 5,000,000 A AUTOMOBILE X UABILITY ANY AUTO ALL OWNED AUTOS SCHEDULED AUTOS HIRED AUTOS NON -OWNED AUTOS LIAB 01 2011 01 /01 /11 01/01/12 (Ea accoleD SINGLE LIMIT 5 1,500,000 BODILY INJURY (Per person) BODILY INJURY 5 (Per accident) PROPERTY DAMAGE (Per accident) GARAGE UABILITY ANY AUTO AUTO ONLY EA ACCIDENT OTHER THAN EA ACC AUTO ONLY: AGG EXCESS UABIUTY OCCUR 1 CLAIMS MADE DEDUCTIBLE RETENTION EACH OCCURRENCE S AGGREGATE S S WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' UABIUTY WSTATU TORRY IIMIIS ER E.L. EACH ACCIDENT E.L DISEASE EA EMPLOYEE. S E.L DISEASE POLICY LIMIT S OTHER DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONSILOCATIONSNEHICLESIEXCLUSIONS ADDED BY ENDORSEMENT /SPECIAL PROVISIONS Certificate Holder is Additional Insured on Liability Policies if required by contract. With respects to the use of their property for the following events: Chili Pepper, June 3 2011; Snowmass Prehistoric Weekend, June 25 -26, 2011; Snowmass Antique Fest, Aug. 11 -14, 2011; Snowmass Culinary Arts, July 21 -24, 2011; Car Show, June 29 -30, 2011; Free Thursday Night Concerts -every Thursday, June 30 -Aug 18, 2011 with fireworks on June 30, 2011; Oktoberfest, Sept 10, 2011; Chalk it up, Aug 27, 2011; Sing -A -Longs Storytelling Wednesdays, June 29 -Aug 17, 2011. ACORD,., CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE(MM/DD/YY) 02/24/2011 PRODUCER LIC #N /A 1- 303 757 -5475 CIRSA 3665 Cherry Creek North Drive Denver, CO 80209 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. INSURERS AFFORDING COVERAGE INSURED Town of Snowmass Village 16 Kearns Road, Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 I INSURER A: CIRSA INSURER B. INSURER C. INSURER D INSURER E COVERAGES CERTIFICATE HOLDER Silvertree Hotel and Wildwood Lodge Lance Burwell P.O. Box 5009 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ACORD 25 -S (7/97) cwegman 19891128 ADDITIONAL INSURED; INSURER LETTER: USA CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING INSURER WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL 30 DAYS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE LEFT, BUT FAILURE TO DO SO SHALL IMPOSE NO OBUGATION OR UABILITY OF ANY KIND UPON THE INSURER, ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE 0 ACORD CORPORATION 1988 THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. AGGREGATE LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. IN TYPE OF INSURANCE POUCY NUMBER P P DATF (MIWnn/YYY) POUCY EXPIRATION LIMITS A GENERAL X UABILITY COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY LIAB 01 -2011 01 /01 /11 01/01/12 EACH OCCURRENCE 55,000,000 FIRE DAMAGE (Any one fire) 5,000,000 X CLAIMS MADE i OCCUR MED EXP (Any one person) 0 X $lOm E&0 Aggregate PERSONAL&ADVINJURY 5,000,000 GEN'L GENERAL AGGREGATE AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: POLICY PRO IFCT LOC PRODUCTS COMP /OP AGG 5 5,000,000 A AUTOMOBILE X UABIUTY ANY AUTO ALL OWNED AUTOS SCHEDULED AUTOS HIRED AUTOS NON -OWNED AUTOS LIAR 01 2011 01 /01 /11 01/01 COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT (Ea accident) 1,500,000 BODILY INJURY (Per person) BODILY INJURY (Per accident) 5 PROPERTY DAMAGE (Per accident) GARAGE UABILITY ANY AUTO AUTO ONLY EA ACCIDENT 5 OTHER THAN EA ACC AUTO ONLY AGG 5 EXCESS UABIUTY OCCUR j iCLAIMS MADE DEDUCTIBLE RETENTION EACH OCCURRENCE 5 AGGREGATE 5 5 5 WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS'UABIUTY WC STATU OTH TORY I IMITC FR E.L. EACH ACCIDENT E.L. DISEASE EA EMPLOYE 5 E.L. DISEASE POLICY LIMIT OTHER S S s DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS /LOCATIONSNEHICLES /EXCLUSIONS ADDED BY ENDORSEMENT /SPECIAL PROVISIONS Certificate Holder is Additional Insured on Liability Policies if required by contract. With respects to the use of their property for the following events: Chili Pepper, June 3 -4, 2011; Snowmass Prehistoric Weekend, June 25 -25, 2011; Snowmass Antique Fest, Aug. 11 -14, 2011; Snowmass Culinary Arts, July 21 -24, 2011; Car Show, June 29 -30, 2011; Oktoberfest, Sept 10, 2011; Chalk it up, Aug 27, 2011; Kids Crafts Thursdays, June 30 -Aug 18, 2011; Sing -A -Longs Storytelling- Wednesdays, June 29 -Aug 17, 2011. ACORD„ CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE(MM/DD/YY) 02/24/2011 PRODUCER LIC #N /A 1- 303- 757 -5475 CIRSA 3665 Cherry Creek North Drive Denver, CO 80209 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. INSURERS AFFORDING COVERAGE INSURED Town of Snowmass Village 16 Kearns Road, Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 1 INSURER A CIRSA INSURER B.. INSURER C; INSURER D: INSURER E COVERAGES CERTIFICATE HOLDER Snowmass Holding Company LLC Per Attached Matt Foley 132 West Main Street, Suite A Aspen, CO 81611 Y ACORD 25 -S (7197) cwegman 19890919 ADDITIONAL INSURED; INSURER LETTER: A USA CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING INSURER WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL 30 DAYS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE LEFT, BUT FAILURE TO DO SO SHALL I MPOSE NO OBUGATION OR UABILITY OF ANY KIND UPON THE INSURER, ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE m ACORD CORPORATION 1988