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07-18-11 Town Council PacketsSNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA JULY 18, 2011 PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE — ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THE STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON - AGENDA ITEMS (5- minute time limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No. 4: RESOLUTION 21, SERIES OF 2011 — APPOINTING NEW MEMBERS TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY BOARD (Time: 20 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny Resolution No. 21, Series of 2011 -- Lesley Compagnone ....... ............................... Pagel (TAB A) Item No. 5: RESOLUTION NO. 22, SERIES OF 2011 — APPOINTING A NEW MEMBER TO THE SNOWMASS ARTS ADVISORY BOARD (Time: 10 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny Resolution No. 22, Series of 2011 -- Rhonda Coxon for Barb Peckler ........................Page 4 (TAB B) Item No. 6: REVIEW POSSIBLE LOCATIONS FOR THE "BLISSFUL HELUZ" ART PIECE (Time: 15 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Discussion to see if there is interest or possible location suggestion for art piece. - -Barb Peckler ..................... ...........................Page 9 (TAB C) Item No. 7: WINTER PARKING PLAN FOR 2011 -2012 (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve a parking plan for next winter. - -David Peckler .............................................. P g ( ) a e 19 T AB D Item No. 8: DISCUSSION - POTENTIAL FUNDING SOURCE TO SUPPORT FARE SUBSIDIZED BUS SERVICE BETWEEN ASPEN AND SNOWMASS VILLAGE 07 -18 -11 TC Page 2 of 2 (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Discussion of potential alternatives to the EOTC fully funding the fare Subsidized RFTA service between Aspen and Snowmass Village - -David Peckler .............................................. P g ( ) a e 32 T AB E Item No. 9: MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) -- Russell Forrest ................ ...........................Page 54 (TAB F) Item No. 10: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING ® August 1, 2011 .................................... .............................Pg ( ) Page 59 T AB G Item No. 11: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: ® June 20, 2011 — Regular Meeting ................................... ..............................P g ) Page 61 (TAB H Item No. 12: COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS ...... ............................... ...........................Page 67 (TAB 1) Item No. 13: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for_meetinq: Approx 2 hours (excluding items 1 -3 and 9 -13) ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923 -3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Lesley Compagnone- Town EAB liaison DATE: 07/18/11 SUBJECT: RESOLUTION NO.21 SERIES OF 2011 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY BOARD 1. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL There were a total of 7 applications submitted for the Environmental Advisory Board. There are vacancies for Five (5) members at -large and Two (2) who possess specialized expertise /experience in environmental policy, environmental science and /or environmental design. A notice has been posted and published in accordance with the Home Rule Charter. The Town Clerk is requesting the Town Council interview and appoint the appropriate people to the available position. Please note that in the original Ordinance, we indicated that the specialized positions would preferably be from the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE) and the Pitkin County Energy Management Program. Since the drafting of the Ordinance, the Director of the Pitkin County Energy Management Program has left for another job opportunity and the County has said it will eliminate the position entirely. Therefore, it will be up to Council's discretion to indicate who the other specialized individual will be from the current candidates. The Council may also conclude that it would like to continue to advertise for a individual with a specialized skill set. Approve, modify or deny Resolution No. 21, Series of 2011 11. DISCUSSION Listed below are the names of applicants. I have denoted with * those applicants that are incumbents from the previous EAC committee. 1. Valerie Yaw- Employer Bluegreen 2. Adam S Hancock- Employer- Aspen School District & worked for Aces 3. *Sally Sparhawk- Employer Sparhawk Consulting 4. Gary Littell- Employer Littell Electric 5. *Katherine Dart- Employer CORE 6. Christopher Jacobson- Employer Self employed 7. Carol Gaudin- Employer Stein Erickson M-1- TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 21 SERIES OF 2011 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO FILL OPENINGS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY BOARD WHEREAS, Section 8.3 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of all boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council; and WHEREAS, Town Council approved Ordinance No. 4 of 2011 establishing the Snowmass Village Environmental Advisory Board and specified duties, and: WHEREAS, Pursuant to the Ordinance it was determined there would be five (5) members selected at- large and two (2) members who possess specialized expertise in environmental science and /or environmental design, one such member preferably representing the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (C.O.R.E.) and the other such member preferably representing the Pitkin County Energy Management Program, and; WHEREAS, the terms of the new members shall be appointed as follows two (2) at -large and the first one (1) specialized appointed shall serve three (3) year terms, the second at large member and second specialized member appointed shall serve two (2) year terms, and the final two (2) at -large members shall serve one (1) year terms; and WHEREAS, vacancies have been publicly posted and published in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Home Rule Charter; and WHEREAS, seven citizens have submitted an application expressing a desire to be appointed: NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: That the following citizens are hereby appointed to serve as follows: Section One: 1 —At Large 1 — At Large 1- Specialty 1 —At Large 1- Specialty 1 —At Large 1 —At Large Appointments and Terms three (3) year term three (3) year term three (3) year term two (2) year term two (2) year term one (1) year term one (1) year term 11 -21 Page 2of2 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 18th day of July, 2011 with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of in favor to opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BILL BOINEAU, Mayor ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, CMC Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: JOHN C.DRESSER, JR., Town Attorney TOWN OF SNOVUMASS VILLAGE Application for Boards /Commission Position . _ Board of Appeals and Examiners _ Liquor Licensing Authority _ Financial Advisory Board _ Planning Commission _ Citizens Grant Review Board _ Snowmass Art Advisory Board _ Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events _ Part Time Residents Advisory Board _x Environmental Advisory Board Name: Valerie Yaw Home Phone:970- 544 -3365 Email :Valerie @bluegreenaspen.com Physical Home: yes Permanent Residence ?: Aspen, CO Address 720 West Hopkins Avenue Unit D City: Aspen, CO ST. & ZIP: 81611 Yes I—'x Mailing Address: POB 10824 Aspen, CO 81612 If No, place of Permanent Residence Business Mailing Address: 300 S. Spring St. #202 Aspen, CO 81611 Office Phone: 970-429-7499 Employed With: Bluegreen Position: Principal /Owner Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: No L2.,x List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: Valerie Yaw is a licensed Landscape Architect in the States of Colorado and Arizona, an ISA- Certified Arborist and a LEED Accredited Professional; please refer to her attached resume for additional detail. Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? Valerie brings to the Town depth of experience in environmental protection and sustainability innovations that stems from her 11 years of professional practice in the Roaring Fork Valley, including several years of contract services for the Town of Snowmass Village during which time her firm, Bluegreen, acted as the Town Landscape Architect. Valerie is chairperson and founding member of River Stewards, an outreach council of the Roaring Fork Conservancy dedicated to water quality, water quantity and habitat protection. Valerie is a LeedAP (accredited professional), an ISA- Certified Arborist, a licensed landscape architect in Colorado and Arizona, a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the US Green Building Council and the International Society of Arboriculture and former member of Aspen's Historic Preservation Commission. The TOSV EAB needs Valerie Yaw! I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the r sponsibilities an 4� duties. 2011 -06 -08 Applicant's Signature Date Return to: Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC, Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, y,._, c >x Vi 2002 to present principal I Bluegreen I Aspen, CO 2000 -2002 landscape architect I Design Workshop I Aspen, CO 1999 - summer landscape architect I Robert A.M. Stern Architects I New York, NY Bachelor of Landscape Architecture University of Oregon I Eugene, OR Japanese Landscape Architectural Study Abroad University of Oregon I Kyoto, Japan National Outdoor Leadership School NOLS University of Wyoming I Laramie, Wyoming Valerie brings exceptional skills and fresh thinking to concept development, site master planning and design documentation. Her background includes coordination of multidisciplinary design teams, working efficiently to integrate the client's needs, site characteristics, project economics and environmental sustainability. Her leadership in projects, ranging from community parks to recreational and educational campuses, such as the Snowmass Village Recreation Center and Grand Valley Audubon Nature Center exemplifies this approach. Innovative design details are explored and executed meticulously in all of Valerie's projects. As a LEED accredited professional, her work at Benedict Park, a community's central open space and wetland enhancements project, advances the innovative use of materials to create sustainable and green environments and demonstrates this approach. Whether a project of neighborhood or regional scale, Valerie is dedicated to creating places that are dynamic, contextually engaged and ecologically sound. Valerie expresses her commitment to healthy communities not only through professional practice, but also through community involvement. Valerie is chairperson and founding member of River Stewards, an outreach council of the Roaring Fork Conservancy dedicated to water quality, water quantity and habitat protection. Valerie is a licensed landscape architect in Colorado and Arizona, a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the US Green Building Council and a former member of Aspen's Historic Preservation Commission, during which time she co- authored the City's recently adopted historic landscape preservation guidelines, gyp, Is* Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED I accredited professional State of Colorado Registered Landscape Architect #102 1 license holder State of Arizona Registered Landscape Architect #32526 1 license holder American Society of Landscape Architects I member Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards I record holder US Green Building Council I member Roaring Fork Conservancy River Stewards I chairperson and founding member Lodge at Aspen Mountain COWOP I member City of Aspen Community Garden Board I former member Aspen - Pitkin County Historic Preservation Commission I former member International Design Conference in Aspen I exhibit design team member City of Aspen Cycling Club Board I former member t <t Redstone Coke Ovens 1 2009 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Honor Award Tiers Crafted 1 2008 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Honor Award Stillwater 1 2008 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Honor Award Cattle Creek Crossing ( 2008 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Honor Award Bluegreen 1 2008 Society of Marketing Professionals Book /Monograph First Place Gratia 1 2007 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Honor Award Waterplay 1 2007 Colorado Parks and Recreation Association Columbine Award Waterplay 1 2007 Denver Chapter of the AIA Design Award Zen Captured 1 2007 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Merit Award Upper East Side 1 2007 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Merit Award Burlingame Ranch 1 2007 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Merit Award Drawn Outside 1 2007 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Merit Award California in the Rockies 1 2006 Colorado Chapter of the ASLA Merit Award Zen Captured 1 2006 Denver Chapter of the AIA Design Award Urban -CO Housing 1 2006 Colorado Chapter of the AIA Design Award West Smuggler 1 2005 Historic Preservation Commission Honor Award Bluegreen 1 2004 Aspen Chamber Association Best Emerging Business Award Upper East Side 1 2003 Denver Chapter of the AIA Design Award Millennium Plaza 1 1999 National Design Competition Honorable Mention Valerie Alexander 1 1999 ASLA National Honor Award Recipient i +51 ^. fixG 4,00 WAA TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1UN 13 ski, Application for Boards /Commission Position _ Board of Appeals and Examiners _ Liquor Licensing Authority R @1 "3 _ Financial Advisory Board _ Planning Commission _ Citizens Grant Review Board _ Snowmass Art Advisory Board Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events _ Part Time Residents Advisory Board -7 Environmental Advisory Board Name: GVUl 01 V\ i 0 C— : Home Phone: t r 2H - ( SH Email: Physical Home: 1 { O w � r✓ s-ee I�, R j i Aq Addres City:. ST. & ZIP: Permanent Residence ?: Yes Y' No ❑ Mailing Address: R} � � x 76 ((� Fit 15 If No, place of Permanent Residence Business Mailing Address: `� 1 Asp—, Office Phone: 2; �76Dx 32_ Employed With: - . �✓. C- Loo iSt E Position: � �t t: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes Vor No ❑ List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: {�s1i';rrb✓��^e C` 4� d�ar� / Gv 1 �u U ti it lot- NEY f r N q j i j Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? 1 I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. Applicant's Signature Date Return to: Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC, Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, x Adam S. Hancock Application for Environmental Advisory Board 10 June 2011 I wish to be appointed to the Environmental Advisory Board in order to assist in guiding the Town of Snowmass Village toward a more environmentally sustainable future. My education, personal interests, and professional experience strongly qualify me as a candidate for the Environmental Advisory Board. After living in Aspen on and off since 2001, my wife, daughter, and I relocated to Snowmass Village in the summer of 2010. I had long enjoyed Snowmass Village's awe - inspiring natural beauty, and utilized the Town's trails, and other public amenities. However, since becoming a resident of Snowmass Village, I have a new appreciation for the scope and scale of natural resources both managed and protected by the community. The town's setting in the upper Brush Creek watershed is abundant with clean water and wild spaces. These resources are attractive for both visitors and Villagers alike. The Town of Snowmass Village is well- positioned to lead other resort towns by example as we continue to grow. The town's relationship with conservation groups and green businesses is enhanced by a large base of environmentally informed Snowmass Villagers. We are all stakeholders in the future of Snowmass Village and should have the opportunity to provide input regarding future development and conservation decisions. I would be honored to play a role in this conversation as a local concerned citizen. The Town of Snowmass Village can thrive economically while acting as a steward of our environment. I am excited to collaborate with the community's residents, businesses, commissions, and boards to realize the potential of an environmentally sustainable future in Snowmass Village. The Wheeler School, Second Grade Student Teacher Providence, RI; Spring 2005 Conducted units of study in inquiry -based science, social studies, mathematics, and literacy Developed a Personal Inquiry Project on literature circles in the classroom ® Utilized formative and summative assessment to guide instruction and assess student learning ® Worked with mentor teacher and school colleagues to develop effectiveness in teaching practice Vartan Gregorian Elementary School, Fifth Grade Student Teacher Providence, RI; Fall 2004 • Facilitated units of study including a live animal science exploration, a math unit with analysis of levels of cognitive tasks, and a text set unit planned in line with balanced literacy goals • Collaborated with a mentor teacher, school professionals and administration Summer Prep at Community Prep, Co- teacher. Rising Third/Fourth Grade Providence, RI; Summer 2004 Created and executed curriculum during an urban summer enrichment program ® Taught lessons in mathematics, inquiry -based science, literacy, visual arts, and physical education Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Environmental Educator Aspen, CO; 2002 -2004 • Team - taught regularly with fellow environmental educators in varied settings • Implemented classroom environmental education twice a week to V to 4t1i graders at Aspen Elementary School • Facilitated environmental education field experiences for students ranging from Pre -K to 12th grade • Collaborated with colleagues and supervisor regarding teaching practice and naturalist skills RELATED EXPERIENCE Falling Creek Camp for Boys, Assistant Program Director /Program Director Tuxedo, NC; Summer 2003 ® Conducted the programmatic operations of a summer camp for boys in western North Carolina ® Assisted in the training of a 75- person staff at the beginning of the summer ® Created, organized and monitored schedules and activities for up to 210 campers and 75 staff ® Facilitated camp meals, announcements and staff meetings ® Acted as staff and director liaison Communicated and worked collaboratively with other summer camps in the area Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Winter Naturalist/Summer Naturalist Intern Aspen, CO; 2001 -2002 Led interpretive snowshoe tours, ski tours and hikes for adults based on regional ecology Assisted in maintaining the nature center and cared for the resident educational birds of prey Shelburne Farms, Education Apprentice Shelburne, VT; Summer 2002 • Created curriculum and guided environmental and agricultural education programs based on local ecology • Learned about local flora, fauna, sustainable agriculture, and community partnerships Falling Creek Camp for Boys, Cabin Counselor Mountain Bike Instructor Tuxedo, NC; 1998 -2000 ® Acted as mentor for seven 13 -14 year old boys Served as contact between campers and parents for up to five weeks ® Designed and led mountain bike trips into surrounding state and national forests CERTIFICAITONS/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT • Teaching Certification: Grades 1 -6. State of Rhode Island (recognized by Interstate Certification Compact) • Volunteer: The Buddy Program, Mentor for 6th grade boy (2005 - 2008) • Completed 5 day Investigations in the Classroom Mathematics Workshop (Summer 2008) • Completed The Ocean System: American Museum of Natural History, Graduate -level course (2007) • Participant: Professional Learning Communities, Aspen Elementary School (2007 -2008) • Participant: Sand County Summit, Aldo Leopold Education Program (2007) • Wilderness First Responder, Exposure control and Anaphylaxis Workshop; Wilderness Medical Associates (certified in 2000, recertified in 2003), Basic Life Support/CPR; Wilderness Medical Associates, recertified in 2006 • Student Member: Rhode Island Science Teachers Association (2004 -2005) • Basic Spanish Proficiency: Completed Conversational Spanish (Colorado Mountain College, 2004) and took 2 years of Spanish (Needham Broughton High School, Raleigh, NC) COMPUTER LITERACY Online Survey Software: maintained and utilize ou�tine teacher surveys for program feedback ® Webpage Design/Maintenance: designed and maintained teacher websites and program website ® Program Knowledge: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher; QuarkXpress, Digital Camera Software TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Boards /Commission Position _ Board of Appeals and Examiners _ Liquor Licensing Authority _ Financial Advisory Board _ Planning Commission _ Citizens Grant Review Board _ Snowmass Art Advisory Board _ Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events _ Part Time Residents Advisory Board Environmental Advisory Board Name: � I Home Phone: t —1 L/ Ll Z —� Email: Sr-- (j 5 --" �4 )L cc Physical Home: j 3 a 5' �� � cy v. _ Permanent Residence ?: 0 c.e7vv� Address: (j 1 City: 1 lit SS ` L L� c3 vt© ST. & ZIP: Yes' No Mailing Address: If No, place of Permanent Residence Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: t f f Employed With: Position: ',--S- I PA O Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes '�C or No o List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: -TD Z,0 s Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which 1 am applying and, if a ipointed, 1 am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the resp sibilities and d ies. C�� L Applicant' g ure Date Return to: Rhonda B. Coxon, CMG, Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, 1� TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Boards /Commission Position _ Board of Appeals and Examiners _ Liquor Licensing Authority _ Financial Advisory Board _ Planning Commission Citizens Grant Review Board _ Snowmass Art Advisory Board Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events _ Part Time Residents Advisory Board X Environmental Advisory Board Name: Gary F. Littell Home Phone: 970 - 948 -7901 Email: Gary@LittellElectric.com Physical Home: 86 Grouse Lane, D3 Permanent Residence ?: Address: City. Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ST. & ZIP: YES No Mailing Address: PO Box 6987 If No, place of Permanent Residence Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Business Mailing Address: PO Box 6987 Office Phone: Snowmass Village. CO 81615 970- 429 -8357 Employed With: Littell Electric, Inc. and HG Energy LLC Position: Owner /President and Partner /Co- Founder Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: vES or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position; -Owner and Founder of Littell Electric, www.littellelectric.com and Co- Founder of HG Energy, www.hgesolar.com. Both companies deal with Green Energy solutions, Energy Audits, Solar, etc. -Board President /Board Member Little Red Schoolhouse- 9/09- Present. -Vice President Sinclair Meadows HOA 11/09- Present Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? The combination of all my experience allows me to have a rounded prospective in order to bring forth practical and implemental solutions to green energy initiatives for TOSV. In this position I would like to assist in the creation of a green initiative that is beneficial not only to the environment, but to the local community, including working on reducing /offsetting Greenhouse Gas Emissions. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsi ilities a ies. 6/13/2011 p ' t s Signature Date Return to: Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC, Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Boards /Commission Position _ Board of Appeals and Examiners _ Liquor Licensing Authority Financial Advisory Board _ Planning Commission _ Citizens Grant Review Board _ Snowmass Art Advisory Board Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events _ Part Time Residents Advisory Board Environmental Advisory Board Name: K—CA l 'art �7e N'kc --� t Home Phone: ? %0 12-C> 00(y Email kq-{ 6" r, vt e Ck-'� of S - Physical Home: 6 O �4 � � � Address: Permanent Residence ?: / ! City: �J�� �� i C j /0 12` ST. & ZIP: Yes Y-r No ❑ Mailing Address: If No, place of Permanent Residence Business Mailing Address: GA,/'V1 e CL 'IS a 11:�> °Y e- Office Phone: Employed With: � � Position: � +n,� Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes F1 or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: '�% ; v U 5 Gt w, P1� c ✓t �L � ; a -I Cb �"�� ,' �rcc G:t-tc Gt to � �� Q .�1 S'�t S-� � � G- b I Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? M 1 J^ / " cul i .i er1 �' t// CSY k 0� 0- y1 Q rS%u Q T G; � t ( t 0T1x4 ('1�-.('0 Al r�2! V OC CA I,\ d cVt/l e Cc L Q b( iQC'x . '�S1 -• c�.'i. j Gt C I l� } .5='. v �sZrP✓� cJ G� � � C cti r S �, c I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. F 2 Applicant's Signature Date Return to: Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC, Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, LC'? / TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board /Commission Position Board of Appeals and Examiners _ Liquor Licensing Authority Financial Advisory _ Planning Commission Citizens Grant Review — Arts Advisory Marketing, Group Sales & Special Events _ Part Time Residents Advisory Board Name: r Home Phone: �93 .r-0t 5 6 Email: " Z Physical Home ,y Address: U Add Permanent Residence ?: City: td t� ST. & ZIP: Yes No ❑ Mailing Address: If No, place of Permanent Residence: Business Mailing Address: j� Email 11 Office Phone: %r /( - address: Employed With: Position: A1lJ Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes 19( or No ❑ List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: 6 j '-(1, 4 S �-W jS-S y Why do you wish to be appointed to this position ?: CC-}- i t P t-H - --C-0 6S' d 1) I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibil ie and duties. ) Applicant's S' ature Date Return to: Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 p: \shared \clerk \boards \app.b &c I dui• U Zt r TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board /Commission Position Board of Appeals and Examiners _ Liquor Licensing Authority Financial Advisory _ Planning Commission Citizens Grant Review — Arts Advisory Marketing, Group Sales & Special Events _ Part Time Residents Advisory Board Name: 1, L G7 ft U 0 I'V Home Phone: ��� 26a,(-, Email: v✓ 4t�-d 12i S G _J, l //}} Physical Home Vlrto_,k u () �6SG Address: City: �//l �C�flZ� -a� (lCL���� ST. & ZIP:rr(✓ Permanent Residence ?: / Yes NO kil ❑ Mailing Address: If No, place of Permanent Residence: Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: Email address: Employed With: �� Position: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No ❑ List the Experience or Educatio which may qualify you for this position: c ��'� L Why do you wish to be appointed to this position ?: U>�v G� L7 Sw f_& W( L� eel r�I v I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsiri es and duties Applicant's Signature Date —J Return to: Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 p: \shared \clerk \boards \a pp. b &c 51- "o q TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Barbara Peckler, Administrative Asst DATE: July 18th, 2011 SUBJECT: RESOLUTION NO. 22, SERIES OF 2011 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING A MEMBER TO FILL A VACANCY ON THE SNOWMASS ARTS ADVISORY BOARD I. PURPOSE, ATTACHMENTS AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: A Resolution appointing a member to fill a vacancy on the Snowmass Arts Advisory Board. The Snowmass Arts Advisory Board is allowed up to 15 members, currently there are 8 members. II. ATTACHMENTS: a. Resolution No. 22, Series of 2011 III. ACTION REQUESTED: Interview and appoint new member to the Snowmass Arts Advisory Board TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 22 SERIES OF 2011 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING A MEMBER TO FILL A VACANCY ON THE SNOWMASS ARTS ADVISORY BOARD. WHEREAS, Section 8.3 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of all boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council; and WHEREAS, the terms of members on certain boards and commissions have expired and resignations have been submitted; and WHEREAS, vacancies have been publicly posted and published in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Home Rule Charter; and WHEREAS, one citizen has submitted an application expressing a desire to be appointed: NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: That the following citizen is hereby appointed to serve as follows: Section One: Katie Kiernan Appointments and Terms 1, Two year term INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 18th day of July, 2011 with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BILL BOINEAU, Mayor ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, CMC Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: 9091 , S go JOHN C.DRESSER, JR., Town Attorney Name:I A-h �IERT.1;-AM Home Phone: 1 16-a2G-72(cD Email: Vumme- (22(2Callepy cord Physical Home OCR} 1 PtSSAy Ii1LL C0O2T Permanent Residence ?: Address: po $6)(, (,oCi k City: SM\r COj(?(!.nls ST. &ZIP: Y @S No Mailing Address: ?C> (oCAi S M V Cb SI U S If No, place of Permanent Residence: Business Mailing Address: ?0 -R'm (o()4 t 5M \J i CO g lI of S Office Phone: q7b' 4 t>4- 2-b4 D --- RID .9aS-7t1 7 — Email address: Employed With: Vue'2vtA N A-RT haU1 ---z ' j -1 5H v Position: bu>nmlA'prsoa` DTYL. PCB R Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: p� XT haver>a woP-lLiav&, ire 5*tnce hsghsLhobl. >� , -�,to aftwded `rhe, scttibd l o� tke /�IZT i rx i�Ufie b c`�i �a o O OWhed AdVr ra �iRhn/ c� A� �RT�IVi ,01zy fi>R i CO ��`p�� own �C��11�tz2vb5— P ,L o,���'�� rTI WY rr\VPIVPd �/ "dMS blti R416r) A-Kb h-'EyN Mv�vDm 24 � tr\ Why do you wish to be appointed to this position ?: AP-TRr , + CvIturZal.- ATT `mss o,v.-F- lZF-y t>�t corc,rnvre� C�ev 1�Pir�2t� , r� s:)M nq Public T pyby o-m/ PUT-wt FOR kRt prty- a...rr' oared /c AM -t--cv1t\)v k, Cis a9-pcx asT wt5u[a 64�-o- won�l P�dd� N .D SM.0 - w flu lb 1 kE tD hzkn w r'i-( -� �.,`� I acknowledge that I am familiar with the galifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. A nt's Sign r Date Return to: Town Cl6rk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 89615 p.lshared\clerklboardslapp.b &c How would the City of Snowmass benefit from a Public Art Program? Why does the government buy art? • Economics and Branding: Public art is a powerful branding tool and one that could greatly benefit the SMV brand. • Creative, educated, taxpaying individuals appreciate the outward symbol of civic enlightenment that is embodied by public art and great architecture. • Foster the innate aesthetic beauty of SMV by adding public art to a naturally stunning environment/town. • Public art helps attract and retain the `creative class'. • Because public art is a community's vital signs are strong. • Public art also suggests that innovative thinking is encouraged in SMV and that diversity is tolerated in our community. • Economic and aesthetic improvement of a community. • To bring the art experience out of the museums and galleries and into the places where everyone can have access for free • Public art has historically made great accomplishments in our society, aesthetically, socially, economically and environmentally. • Support the cultural life of the SMV community. • Support the regional economy. • Support the larger business climate and tax base. • Cover up design mistakes ... Band -aids for bad architecture. • Support the mission of our local government to decorate the community ... it is a mandate! A SMV Public Art Program could develop opportunities with and for artists in non- traditional settings, facilitates public- private funding partnerships, and implement short and long range plans, that will impact the natural and built environment with public art here in SMV and the Roaring Fork Valley The creation and installation of public art should visually enhance our public spaces and promote an understanding and appreciation of the visual arts. M_ TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: BARB PECKLER, SAAB LIAISON DATE: JULY 18TH, 2011 SUBJECT: REVIEW POSSIBLE LOCATIONS FOR ,, PIECE AMNNMSZS, To see if there is any interest or possible location suggestions for The "Blissful Heluz" art piece to be displayed on Town of Snowmass Village land. • Bland Hoke worked at Anderson Ranch several years ago and created a sculpture using the decommissioned Sheer Bliss lift cable. The project was proposed as a temporary installation on Snowmass Mountain, and it was permitted by the forest service to stay for a couple of winters. However, now it needs to be moved to another location. Bland contacted the Snowmass Arts Advisory board to see if the town had any suggestions. SAAB board members headed by Jim Kehoe have driven around town looking at possible locations for the art. Attached are four recommendations that were proposed. The sculpture would be installed and donated to the Town of Snowmass Village and become an significant addition to the Art Walk Master Plan. III. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS SAAB approved the use of the art piece and if the proper location were to be found they would agree that it should be displayed in Snowmass. The four options were sent to Public Works and Transportation for review (see attached comments) with the agreement that option Al would work the best for the sculpture i, e 0 �* To review the suggestions and determine if the "Blissful Helux" sculpture is something the council would like to see displayed on Town land and if so what location. Attachment A: Relocation proposals for "Slissfull Helux" Attachment B: Recommendations from Public Works and Transportation Department Sculpture I Bland Hoke http:// www. blandhoke.com/scuplture.php ?id =1 A1-�cdehmet� -� � Located adjacent to the bottom of the new Sheer Bliss lift at Aspen Snowmass, Snowmass Village CO. The sculpture will be exhibited for one year after which a new home will be found. Inquiries are encouraged for installing the sculpture permanently. Image 7 of 11 CLOSE X of 2 7/5/2011 1:22 PM LOCATION A: Site options Al and A2 Snowmass Visitor Center/ Recreation Center Area: • Location will have high visibility from Brush Creek Vehicular Traffic • Sites will be visible by Public Transit users • Sites are in non - landscaped natural overgrowth areas • Placing Blissful Helix in vicinity of Nancy Lovendahl's piece begins to establishes a 'grouping' of Public Art SAAB: RELOCATION PROPOSAL FOR BLISSFUL HELIX by blade hake June 30, 2011 SITE Al VIEWING NORTH FROM BUS STOP ON GOLF COURSE SIDE OF BRUSHCREEK RD. SITE A2: VIEWING WEST FROM TRANSIT STOP ON REC. CENTER SIDE OF BRUSHCREEK RD. VIEWING NORTH EAST FROM BUS STOP ON GOLF COURSE SIDE OF BRUSHCREEK VIEWING SOUTH EAST FROM REC. CENTER PARKING STOP SAAB: RELOCATION PROPOSAL FOR BLISSFUL HELIX by blade hoke .j3- June 30, 2011 LOCATION B: Site options B1 and B2 Snowmass Visitor Center/ Recreation Center Area: • Location will have high visibility from Carriage Way (Snowmelt rd.) Vehicular Traffic • Sites will be visible by Public Transit users and pedestrians in and out of parking lots • Sites are in landscaped areas across the street from sidewalk • Placing the Blissful Helix on Carriage Way in the upper village will create interest along this pedestrian and vehicular corridor LOCATION MAP VICINITY MAP SAAB: RELOCATION PROPOSAL FOR BLISSFUL HELIX by blade hoke 000, 6000 June 30, 2011 SITE B1 VIEWING WEST FROM ACROSS FROM LOT 2 BRUSHCREEK RD. SITE B2: VIEWING NORTH AROUND THE BEND ACROSS FROM LOT 4 VIEWING NORTH WEST FROM BUS STOP AT STONEBRIDGE INN VIEWING NORTH WEST FROM BUS STOP AT STONEBRIDGE INN SAAB: RELOCATION PROPOSAL FOR BLISSFUL HELIX by blade hoke .tune 30, 2011 Barb Peckler From: David Peckler Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2011 4:24 PM To: Barb Peckler; Hunt Walker; John Baker Cc: Chip Foster; Dave Harris Subject: RE: Blissful Helix Relocation Effort Barb, I went with Hunt to review the proposed locations for the art work. The length of the art piece needs to be known to ensure it will fit without encroaching on lines of site at the intersections. In most all cases the set back to keep the art off the utilities or out of the snow storage will be such that the piece will be set back far enough to not interfere with lines of sight. Al and A2 locations seem fine to me. Al is close to some utilities so you may want to check them out first. This location is very close to another piece of art. I don't know if that is a good thing or a bad thing. The A2 locations seem far enough back from the road that they will not be an issue for line of sight from an intersection. I would suggest using a location closer to the dot closer to Town Park Station. This would keep the piece from being too close to the access to the parking lot. BI and B2 locations are closer to the ski area, so that's works for me. Again the piece must be set back enough to be clear of Snowmelt Rd utilities. Bl may have more room to stay off the utilities. This location is more prominent in my opinion. The B2 location adjacent to the entrance to Lot 3 would probably work better than the next one down the hill. Because of the need to stay off the utilities. Again being set back that far should keep the piece out of the line of sight at the intersections. David I 1-11--l-I'M Barb Peckler From: John Baker Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2011 12:09 PM To: Barb Peckler; Hunt Walker; David Peckler Cc: Ed Fuller; Nick Reitter; Pam Mulleavey; Will Binegar; Shawn Leeking; Scott Bin' egar; Robert Cox Subject: RE: Blissful Helix Relocation Effort Barb thanks for including us with this relocation. PW's road concerns are with Option B1 and B2 that this is not feasible because of the shallow snowmelt utilities and storm drain system which this would interfere with along with this being a narrow road and curve safe issue this would be unwise to distract drivers causing unsafe conditions for all. Option A2 is possible along as it is 40' from edge of parking lot or roadway because of snow storage issues, but could be an issue because JAZZ Aspen temporary event trail access through that area. Option Al is possible as long it 40' plus back from back of curb because of snow removal and storage concerns. It would be best to keep this thing faraway from any roads so people can enjoy, take pictures, etc. which would not interfere with traffic safe, maintenance, snow removal, etc. Thanks Town of Snowmass Villaae John Baker, Road Supervisor P.O.B. 5010 3745 Owl Creek Road Snowmass Village, CO. 81615 970-923-5110 Fax 970 -923 -3794 Qc3 �N\v\e��-s bJo'A<S slow 14? omb ,-X ✓, GVI I M I I.-IV YAIVj Subject: Re: Blissful Helix Relocation Effort To: Jim j Kehoe <ji�nikehoe C email com> Cc: carbatch @so ris net, MichelleBates @alninebank com, mbblake78 @gmail com, dcasebeer @andersonranch ors, skiaspen50 @hotmail com Hello Jim et al, Thanks for compiling the document outlining the locations. I concur with 'Location A' as being the most suitable site for the sculpture. Between Al and A2, I am not able to say without visiting. If it is possible to continue the discussions with Public Works and the Town manager regarding the A sites, but without committing to Al or A2, that would be ideal. The benefits of the B locations are the proximity to the ski area, and the nice landscaping. However, installing the work may be challenging due to the close proximity to the trees and curbs. Thanks again for the effort, and I will be in contact around July 9th. Sincerely, Bland Fake 307 -690 -0097 www.blandhoke.com 2tM MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: David Peckler, Transportation Director DATE: July 5, 2011 SUBJECT: WINTER PARKING PROGRAM AND AGREEMENT FOR 2011/2012 I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Staff requests Council's direction on the proposed parking agreement for this coming winter, see attached AGREEMENT ON PARKING PLAN FOR WINTER 2011/2012. This agreement covers: • Keeping the actions in the parking agreement consistent with the Town's goals stated in the Comprehensive Plan and Ordinance #9 of 1994 (the approval of the ski area expansion onto Burnt Mountain); and • Determine the distribution of parking within the community under the cap on day use parking of 2,425 spaces (Core Area = 1,375, Two Creeks = 400 and Town Park = 650); and • Descriptions of the various permits and their respective prices; • Regulations for each permit type and what specific lots permits are valid in; and • The duration of the enforcement of permit parking in the various lots; and • The designation of the management and maintenance responsibilities of the Town, the Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) and Destination Snowmass Services (DSS) in the operation of the parking system. II. BACKGROUND: The Transportation and Police departments met with ASC and DSS staff to review last winter's operations and discuss the proposed parking plan for this winter. ASC and DSS updated us on their proposals for parking in Lot C, Two Creeks lot and the Base Village parking garage. The use of Lot C will be limited to weekends and holidays. The parking structure will have roughly 228 parking spaces available for commercial uses and day skier parking. The following issues /recommendations were discussed: 1. The number and distribution of parking spaces: The recommendation remains the same as last year. The number of parking spaces within the town for this winter will be roughly 2,416: IN Lot Location Capacity a. Number Lots = 1,000 b. Lot C = 120 c. Base Village garage = 228 d. Tree House Lot = 33 e. Divide Lot = 30 f. Two Creeks Lots = 400 g. Town Park Lot = 275 (25 Reserved for REC. Center) h. Rodeo Contestant Lot = 150 i. Black Saddle Lot = 150 j. ASC MAINT. Facility = 30. 2. Permit pricing and lot access: Town staff is not recommending any change in prices for the Town's permits that allow access to the Number lots in the core of the community. The Town's permit prices have been the same for the past five winters. We feel that the resort economy has not rebounded enough to warrant a price increase. The ASC is proposing that the price of their day permit change to $20 /day on the weekends and holidays and $10 /day on the weekdays. DSS will change their pricing to be more consistent from day to day to reduce confusion over the parking rates for the garage. The parking fees proposed by DSS for the garage are: the first two hours are free, $5 /hour after that up to $25 /day. Pricing recommendations are shown below. The types of permits that are allowed in a specific lot remain the same as last winter. Pricing by permit type and the regulation of parking by permit type are identified on the second page of the proposed agreement. The staff recommendations for the Town's permit pricing are as follows: 3. Charging for parking at the Town Park lot: The consensus of staff, ASC and DSS is that the current economic situation is still challenging enough for businesses. So we feel that it is premature to begin charging for parking in the Town Park lot (see attached memo from last year Parking at Town Park). No other ski area in Colorado charges for remote Permit Type 2010/2011 2011/2012 a. Resident 1 = $55 $55 b. Resident 2 = $100 $100 c. Resident 3 = $185 $185 d. Restricted Resident = $35 $35 e. Guest - 7 Days (3 Days) _ $25 $25($15) f. Employee 1 = $45 $45 g. Employee Transferable = $80 $80 h. Restricted Employee = $35 $35 i. Senior = $200 $200 j. Gold Pass = $450 $450 3. Charging for parking at the Town Park lot: The consensus of staff, ASC and DSS is that the current economic situation is still challenging enough for businesses. So we feel that it is premature to begin charging for parking in the Town Park lot (see attached memo from last year Parking at Town Park). No other ski area in Colorado charges for remote parking. If Council desires to begin paid parking at Town Park, there are a number of issues at the end of the Parking at Town Park memo that need to be addressed. Of key importance is that the ability to create an effective park & ride program from the Intercept lot at Highway 82 remains problematic and unfunded. The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) is working through issues relative to the consolidation of the Day Skier bus service with the regional bus service. In addition, the impacts of free service between Aspen and Snowmass Village continue to change the demand for service. The Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) was supportive of the free service between Aspen and Snowmass Village during their last meeting, but they are interested in finding an alternative funding source and not add to their subsidy. These two service issues have direct bearing on the service plans to the Intercept lot. The recommendations for this winter are: a. Continue to maintain the connection between the Town Park lot and the Rodeo Contestant area: Maintain the improvements made last winter. The parking capacity in the Rodeo Contestant lot is now 150 parking spaces. b. Continue to improve on ASC employees using the Black Saddle: Average daily utilization of the Black Saddle lot decreased slightly from an average of 103 to 98, a 5% decline. c. Work with Aspen Valley Ski Club (AVSC) to add bus service: Consider a park -& -ride program from the Intercept lot specifically for their program and on big powder ski days. It is our understanding that the RFTA service to the Intercept lot will be the same as last winter with service running every 15 minutes. d. Use variable pricing to boost utilization of the Two Creeks parking lot: ASC is looking at their pricing for the Two Creeks lot. Current plan is to charge $10 /Day for Monday — Friday, and $20 /Day for weekends and holiday weeks. 4. Hours of enforcement of permit parking: Enforcement of permit parking in the Numbered lots will be until 1:00 pm. Base Lots will be enforced until noon. The Parking Garage in Base Village will be enforced until 4:00 pm. The focus is to preserve some parking spaces in the Numbered lots for the afternoon. III. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS: The Town's Municipal Code, Chapter 8, Article II, Parking Regulations contains permit pricing. IV. DISCUSION ITEMS/ NEXT STEPS: Council should establish the pricing and guidelines for the parking program for the coming winter at this meeting. Key decision points concerning parking this winter are: A. Determine the amount and distribution of the parking; B. Determine the permit prices; C. Determine the duration of enforcement of permit parking in the Numbered lots; and D. Confirm the maintenance responsibilities defined in the agreement. V. NEXT STEPS / MAJOR MILESTONES: mu VI. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve parking agreement as proposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AGREEMENT ON PARKING PLAN FOR WINTER 2011/2012 This agreement is entered into this 16th day of August 2010, by and between the Town of Snowmass Village ( "Town "), the Aspen Skiing Company ( "ASC "), and Destination Snowmass Services, Inc. ( "DSS "). RECITALS The Town, the ASC and DSS (the "Parties ") agree to share and coordinate the management of parking operations and facilities within Snowmass Village ( "Village ") for the winter season of 2011/2012. The Town owns the land for the parking areas known as "Numbered," "Town Park" and "Divide Lot E" parking lots. The ASC owns and /or is managing parking in the areas known as "Lot C," "Tree House," "Two Creeks," "ASC Maintenance Facility," and "Black Saddle Clubhouse." DSS manages the parking within the parking garage in "Base Village." The Parties agree to observe the parking and transit goals of: the Town's Comprehensive Plan - Ordinance 1 Series of 2010 (the "Comprehensive Plan "), and the conditions of Ordinance #9 of 1994 ( "Ordinance 9 ") approving the ski area expansion. This parking plan is an effort by the Parties to observe these guidelines and objectives for the betterment of the community as a whole. The Parties will communicate during the ski season to monitor the parking and traffic activities resulting from this plan. NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties hereto agree as follows: 1. To comply with the three parking /transit goals and directives of the Comprehensive Plan and Ordinance 9 that are to: 1.) Manage the total number of day parking spaces within the community and the lots west of the Wooden Skier Bridge to control traffic volume; 2.) Work to achieve a parking utilization rate of 85% of the day use parking spaces, and 3.) Monitor traffic impacts to maintain a Level of Service (LOS) standard of "C" as established as the community goal in the current Comprehensive Plan. Agreement on the parking program elements that affect these goals and directives are as follows: A. The Parties agree to continue to monitor the traffic volume on Brush Creek Rd, Owl Creek Rd and Highline Rd. In the past, variations have occurred in the traffic volumes on Brush Creek Rd and Owl Creek Rd; however, they were not considered consistent or significant enough to change the relative LOS for those roadways as they are established in the Comprehensive Plan. If the traffic volumes increase to a point that they exceed the LOS set in the Comprehensive Plan, the Parties will meet to discuss possible changes to parking fees and parking distribution to bring the traffic volumes back into acceptable limits. B. The Parties have agreed to a limit of 2,425 public parking spaces to be managed by the Parties to ensure a balanced distribution of the parking within the Village that supports the LOS on our roadways. The Parties agree to the allocation of parking space numbers in general, and accept that some flexibility to shift parking spaces between locations is beneficial under certain conditions. With the completion of the Base Village elements to date, the number of public parking spaces in this agreement will be 2,416 spaces. The distribution of parking spaces in the Village for Winter 2010/11, will be: 1,000 spaces in the Mall area "Numbered Lots ", 348 spaces in Base Village area (Lot C = 120 & parking az�l Ws garage = 228), 400 spaces at the Two Creeks portal, 30 spaces in Divide Lot E , 33 spaces in the Tree House traffic circle, 150 spaces at the Black Saddle Clubhouse, 275 spaces in the Town Park lot (25 will be for the Recreation Center), 150 spaces in the Rodeo Contestant area, and 30 spaces at the ASC Maintenance Facility. C. Parking permit types referred to in this document will be identified by their historical titles: Day Skier (whether a day, week, monthly, and /or seasonal pass), Day Skier High Occupancy Vehicle (" Day Skier HOW), Resident (including restricted resident permits for Numbered lots 10 -13), Guest, Employee (including restricted employee permits for Numbered lots 10 - 13), Gold Pass, Senior, Merchant, and Disabled. Permit prices will be consistent with the Town's Municipal Code. The variable pricing of Day Skier permits will generally be between $10 and $25. The use of the Base Village parking garage will cost: first two hours free and then $5/hour up to $25 for the day. Base Village will enforce paid parking until 4:00 pm. The price for Day Skier parking permits will attempt to achieve a parking utilization rate of 85% in the Base Village and Two Creeks lots (as stated in Ordinance 9); as long as the traffic volumes along roadways in the Village stay within the parameters set in the Comprehensive Plan. Day Skier HOV permits will be free to vehicles with four or more occupants. Resident -1 permit will be $55. Resident -2 permit will be $100. Resident -3 permit will be $185. Restricted Resident permit will be $35. Guest permit will be $25 for seven days. Gold Pass permit will be $450. Senior permit will be $200. Employee permit will be $45. Transferable Employee permit will be $80. Restricted Employee permit will be $35. ASC Employee permit will be in the $15 to $50 range. Merchant parking will be $650.00 /space with a maximum five permits /space. The parking permits allowed in a specific lot are listed below by location: LOCATION PERMITS ALLOWED Numbered Lots 1 -3: Employee, Employee Trans., Gold Pass, Guest, Resident 1 -3, and Senior; Numbered Lots 4 -Lower 5: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident 1 -3, and Senior; Numbered Lot Upper 5: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident 1 -3, Senior, and Time Restricted; Numbered Lot 6: Disabled, Taxi and Time Restricted; Numbered Lot 7: Disabled, Merchant and Time Restricted; Numbered Lots 8 -9: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident 1 -3, and Senior; Numbered Lots 10 -13: Employee, Employee Trans., Restricted Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident 1 -3, Restricted Resident, Senior, and Merchant; Base Village Garage: Free for 2 Hours, then Paid Parking at $5/Hour up to $25 for the day and enforcement ends at 4:00 pm; Lot C: Day Skier, Day Skier HOV and Guest; Tree House: Time Restricted and Pickup/Drop -off; Divide Lot E: Day Skier, Day Skier HOV, Employee, Employee Trans., Gold Pass, Guest, Resident 1 -3, and Senior; Two Creeks Lots: Day Skier, Day Skier HOV, Guest, or parking will be free if management is unnecessary. "Equal Access" will be applied to all day parking here; Black Saddle Clubhouse: ASC Employee; go ASC Maintenance Lot: ASC Employee; t�4 Town Park: Free to all for the purpose of day parking for recreation purpose; and Rodeo Contestant Lot: Free to all for the purpose of day parking for recreational purpose. 2. The enforcement of permit parking in the Numbered lots will be from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Time Restricted parking in the Numbered lots will be enforced from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. The enforcement of permit parking in the ASC lots will be from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. The enforcement of permit parking in Base Village will be from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. 3. The ASC will be limited to 150 applications for the Town's Employee permits to park in the Numbered lots. 4. The Town will be responsible for the management, signing, leasing, and maintenance of the parking lots in the West Village known as the Numbered lots and the Divide lot E. 5. The ASC will be responsible for the management, signing, leasing, and maintenance of the Black Saddle, Lot C, Town Park, Rodeo Contestant, and Two Creeks lots. 6. DSS will be responsible for the Base Village parking garage and Tree House lots. 7. Any services provided by one organization to the other for the management, signing or maintenance of the parking areas, such as sanding or plowing, will be compensated on a case by case basis. 8. Each party will retain the revenues derived from their respective permit sales. 9. The Parties agree to allow police enforcement in all lots under this general management parking plan, compliant with the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, Chapter 8, Article 11, Parking Regulations. 10. The Parties agree to share the operational function of any information booth(s) relative to parking management at the entrance to the community when necessary. The Town will be responsible for management of vehicles with Snowmass Village parking permits and delivery vehicles, and the ASC and DSS will be responsible for management of day visitors. 11. The ASC will advertise on Ski TV ( "Channel 16 ") and local radio to encourage day skiers to utilize public transportation and inform skiers of limited public parking in the Village during peak periods. 12. Should it appear that the ski area access parking lots will fill, the ASC will post information signs on Brush Creek Rd before Highline Rd and at the intersection of Brush Creek Rd with Highway 82 indicating which lots are full. The ASC will also make this information available to the public via the radio and public television. em 13. Term. The term of this agreement shall be through and until April 30, 2012 or the closing of the Winter 2011/2012 ski season at the Snowmass Ski Area, whichever occurs first. 14. Default and Dispute Resolution. In the event of any default in performance of any obligations hereunder, within 15 days of any default, the non - defaulting party shall give the other written notice of the default. After delivery of notice, the defaulting party shall then have fifteen days in which to cure the default. If the default is not cured within such period, then the non - defaulting party may terminate this agreement after such period. The Parties agree to use reasonable best efforts to informally discuss and attempt to resolve any apparent event of default prior to delivery of notice thereof. The Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado I' 0 Russell Forrest, Town Manager ATTEST: Aspen Skiing Company, Colorado LO Date: Date: Steve Sewell, General Manager Snowmass Ski Area ATTEST: Destination Snowmass Services, Inc., Colorado LO Jim Pavisha, Senior Vice President ATTEST: Date: To: Russ Forrest, Town Manager From: David Peckler, Transportation Director Date: July 5, 2011 Re: Parking at Town Park The average number of cars parking at Town Park last winter from January through March was 275. 1 have attached the March 2011 car count matrix for your review. We projected the capacity of the Town Park lot at 300 spaces, and 150 spaces in the Rodeo Contestant's lot. Last winter there were 26 days (19.0 %) when the parking exceeded 350 cars, with a peak at 584 vehicles (2/26/2011). On 40 days (29.2 %) the parking exceeded 300 cars. Peak parking demand was predominantly on weekends, a couple of powder days and New Years week. I will continue to use 300 and 150 respectively for a total of 450 parking spaces (which includes 25 for the Recreation Center) for this winter. Day parking in Base Village is projected to be Lot C at 120 spaces and the garage at 228 spaces (day skier & commercial) for a total of 348 spaces. The parking at Town Park over the last six winters is presented below: I. REVIEW OF PARKING AT TOWN PARK LOT FROM WINTER 2005/06 TO 2010/11: WINTER TOTAL DAYS DAYS > 300 DAYS > 350 MARCH AVERAGE 2005/06 144 30-21% 11-8% 233 2006/07 144 29-20% 16-11% 255 2007/08 144 46-32% 25-17% 294 2008/09 137 35-26% 27-20% 273 2009/10 138 37-26.8% 21-15.2% 275 2010/11 137 40-29.2% 26-19% 277 The Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) remains committed to their efforts to relocate ASC employees to the Black Saddle parking lot; which declined in use by 5% from the previous winter. ASC will continue talking to the Aspen Valley Ski Club (AVSC) about ways they can reduce the impact of their program on weekend parking. I will be speaking to the parking representative of Base Village and the Viceroy to encourage them to keep their employees parking at the Intercept lot. Transportation, Police, ASC and Destination Snowmass Services (DSS) staff believe that continuing to offer a free park -& -ride service to the ski area at the edge of town is in the best interests of the community. ASC notes that no other ski area charges for parking in remote parking lots. We are concerned that the current economic conditions are not favorable for adding expense to visitors coming into the community. It is my opinion that free bus service from the Intercept lot at Highway 82 will not be perceived favorably compared to the Town Park bus service. Also, peak hour demand is already taxing for both the Village Shuttle and RFTA services. This makes it impossible to add the additional trip length without increasing costs. The free skier shuttles are at capacity when they leave Aspen for Snowmass in the morning and the same is true in the afternoon from the Mall going to Aspen. 0 Page 1 to II. PAID OR FREE PARKING AT TOWN PARK: The free parking in the Town Park lot has long been the "carrot" in our carrot & stick approach to managing traffic through a parking program in Snowmass Village. I believe there may be unintended consequences if we choose to begin charging for parking at Town Park and moving free parking to the Intercept lot. The Town Park lot currently accommodates a number of different users, and is self regulating on most days as a free parking lot: • Residents and guests have access to the recreation center without procuring parking permits; • Village employees (not just ASC employees) have an alternative to parking in the Number lots, and workers at construction projects in single - family residential neighborhoods can relocate their employee parking here rather then parking along streets within subdivisions; • Some residents are using the lot as a park & ride to go to Aspen or down valley and do not purchase Residents permits for that; • We have used the lot for temporary storage of over -sized or unneeded vehicles when necessary; and • Day visitors (not only skiers) have convenient access to the community without parking in the core area. The current free park & ride operation is successful: as demonstrated by the number of people who willingly use the service after permit parking has ended at noon and during summer special events. It may not be a forgone conclusion that people will relocate down to the Intercept lot. They may choose to look for parking in unregulated private parking areas within the community, or in quasi public parking areas. This would increase traffic volume within the core of the community and impact parking throughout the Town. Employees who are eligible for Employee parking permits for the Numbered lots that have chosen to park at Town Park will most likely purchase a Town permit thereby increasing the parking demand in the Numbered lots. Finally, some visitors and employees may choose to relocate to another resort in the valley. This would create a loss in sales tax revenue, skier visits and /or manpower. Any reduction in skier visits would mean a reduction in the ASC contribution to the Town which supports our bus service. At present the contribution is over $1.50 per skier and totals $950,000. Paid parking at Town Park does not appear to be a net revenue generating proposition. It may cost the Town more in operating expenses: see attached report Town Park Operational Cost Analysis. Also, the lot was not configured to allow for queuing at the entrance for the sale of parking permits. If vehicles buying parking permits cause a back up onto Brush Creek Rd, then there will be traffic flow issues. The attached report by my staff shows revenues over expenditures for operating a paid parking lot. I have used a plug number for the plowing contract. Staffing is an on going problem (getting employees for menial positions), and is one of the key expenses. To run paid parking out of a booth while controlling parking will require a daily staffing level of two to three people (4 -6 total employees). My recommendation is to run a pay and display operation using automated pay stations strategically placed around the parking lot. This would reduce the number of employees per day from three or four to one or two, and reduce the cost of accounting for money handling of sales. The cost of a pay station is roughly $20,000 and installation is about $500. Four stations would be about $82,000 to install. The savings in labor cost using pay stations would be between $18,000 and $35,000 which would pay back the capital cost for pay stations in three to four years. The potential swing on net revenues is pretty wide. In the best case scenario of low staffing levels (one employee /day) and high permit sales (125 permits per day), there is a potential for net revenues of $30,625. The opposite extreme of high staffing 0 Page 2 levels (three employees /day) and low permit sales (75 permits per day) creates a loss of $41,725. The analysis for projected parking revenues was based on 277 cars parking in the lot today for free, minus 75 employees that will seek other alternatives, minus 25 vehicles parked at the recreation center, minus 44 vehicles that qualify for free HOV permits (25 %), and minus 13 cars (5 %) that leave due to price sensitivity. This equates to 120 potential cars purchasing permits. III. QUESTIONS FOR COUNCIL: The following are assumptions and /or questions staff has relative to paid parking at Town Park: 1. Recreation Division would manage their 25 parking spaces using some kind for permit that they issue, or use Resident and Guest permits. 2. Resident and Guest permits are allowed to park in the lot. 3. $5 per day is the parking fee. 4. HOV permits will be issued to vehicles with four or more. 5. Is manning the information booths something Council thinks is necessary? Are the Booths necessary only for peak events? The cost of manning the booths is not factored into the equation. 6. The Contestant's lot is a dirt lot, along walk from Town Park Station, and accessed from a different entrance (unable to sell permits from booth or pay station). Does Council feel these parking spaces should be paid or free? Would Council want to keep these parking spaces in the parking inventory under a paid scenario? 7. Is Council interested in leasing the lot to the ASC and leaving it to them to set the price and manage? ASC is not very interested in managing the lot as a paid lot. 8. Are there any other recommendations or goals from Council? 0 Page 3 so MONTH: March YEAR: 2011 Base CREEKS Paid Parking Paved Town Rodeo DATE: village LOT C LOT E SUB TOTAL TWO FRONT BACK TOTAL Park Contestant _Black Saddle TOTAL CAPACITY 240 150 2n Q1n 2nn Ion srnn 12nn 4an IInn 1 $10.00 112 5 18 135 70 104 309 250 0 90 649 2 $10.00 104 4 6 114 62 66 242 218 0 87 547 3 $10.00 119 4 13 136 55 64 255 164 0 85 504 4 $10.00 145 4 14 163 97 85 345 269 1 110 725 5 $13.00 164 122 16 302 189 163 654 284 176 110 11.224 6 $13.00 117 58 9 184 94 83 361 245 0 130 736 7 $10.00 160 3 7 170 72 97 339 231 0 102 672 8 $10.00 135 13 5 153 53 75 281 220 0 100 601 9 $10.00 126 5 9 140 74 100 314 252 0 112 678 10 $10.00 178 4 7 189 100 119 408 288 10 117 823 11 $10.00 141 3 13 157 89 92 338 266 0 93 697 12 $13.00 133 96 7 236 128 108 472 297 118 92 979 13 $13.00 154 71 6 231 114 108 453 285 41 98 877 14 $10.00 188 3 7 198 123 148 469 283 0 118 870 15 $10.00 186 3 10 199 83 104 386 278 9 111 784 16 $10.00 179 4 12 195 109 106 410 286 2 106 804 17 $10.00 186 4 7 197 51 73 321 211 1 104 637 18 $10.00 207 3 15 225 144 140 509 287 133 92 11.021 19 $13.00 137 86 7 230 140 107 477 290 101 103 971 20 $13.00 125 57 9 191 110 91 392 252 0 98 742 21 $10.00 136 3 4 143 56 56 255 207 0 100 562 22 $10.00 132 6 5 143 69 66 278 253 0 95 626 23 $10.00 137 4 5 146 85 97 328 257 0 98 683 24 $10.00 132 4 3 139 56 52 247 196 0 88 531 25 $10.00 132 4 7 143 85 72 300 237 0 86 623 26 $13.00 139 58 12 209 128 122 459 291 108 84 942 27 $13.00 127 52 7 186 86 95 367 283 15 93 758 28 $10.00 129 3 6 138 57 74 269 223 0 85 577 29 $10.00 151 13 9 173 143 143 459 270 111 103 943 30 $10.00 94 3 6 103 35 56 194 205 0 101 500 31 $10.00 107 4 7 118 46 73 237 180 0 92 509 NOTES SATURDAY TOTALS 4,412 706 268 5,386 2,803 2,939 11,128 7,758 826 3,083 22 795 HIGH 207 122 18 302 189 163 654 297 176 130 1,224 LOW 94 3 3 103 35 52 194 164 0 84 500 MEAN 136 4 7 170 85 95 339 253 0 98 697 AVG 142 23 9 174 90 95 359 250 27 99 735 AVERAGES WITH TWO CREEKS AVG. %CAP. 59% 15% 43% 42% 45% 50% 45% 83% 18% 50% 51% m3a go* Town Park Operational • Personnel /Day* @ $14.00 /hr X 6.5 hrs /day X 140 days Payroll Benefits @ 25% Ski Pass @ $900 /ea* Hiring /EOS Bonus* Advertising Uniforms Parking Permits Snowplowing Total Revenue @ 125 /day Revenue @ 100 /day Revenue @ 75 /day # OF EMPLOYEES /DAY 1 2 3 $12,740.00 $25,480.00 $38,220.00 $3,185.00 $6,370.00 $9,555.00 $1,800.00 $3,600.00 $5,400.00 $700.00 $1,400.00 $2,100.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $250.00 $500.00 $750.00 $6,000.00 $6,000.00 $6,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $50,675.00 $69,350.00 $88,025.00 $87,500.00 $87,500.00 $87,500.00 $70,000.00 $70,000.00 $70,000.00 $52,500.00 $52,500.00 $52,500.00 Net @ 125 /day $36,825.00 $18,150.00 ($525.00) Net @ 100 1day $19,325.00 $650.00 ($18,025.00) Net @ 75 /day $1,825.00 ($16,850.00) ($35,525.00) *1 Employee /Day = 2 Total Employees *2 Employee /Day = 4 Total Employees *3 Employee /Day = 6 Total Employees ME MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: David Peckler Transportation Director DATE: July 18, 2011 SUBJECT: Potential Funding Source to Support Fare Subsidized Bus service Between Aspen and Snowmass Village 1. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Staff is looking for direction from Council on how they would like to approach investigating alternative funding sources to the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) subsidy of fares for bus service (Free Service) between Aspen, Woody Creek and Snowmass Village. Members of the EOTC requested that an investigation into alternative funding for the subsidy of Free Service be made before the expiration of the service in April of 2013. It is staff's recommendation that Council be prepared to discuss this issue at the EOTC budget meeting in October and possibly at the EOTC meeting this month. II. BACKGROUND The EOTC began the Free Service in the summer of 2008 to try and boost commuter use of the Intercept lot. Interest in implementing Free Service between Aspen and Snowmass Village grew and the EOTC funded Free Service incrementally over the next two winters. To understand the impact of the service, the EOTC also funded a study of the Free Service by Warner Transportation Consulting, Inc, see attached presentation slides. The Great Recession hurt the resort business in 2009. This made an apples -to- apples comparison difficult. The Warner study made adjustments for the Great Recession and came to very positive conclusions about the service: 1. Ridership between Aspen and Snowmass Village grew while other RFTA services declined, and 2. Ridership grew in the non -ski periods by 15.9 %, and 3. Had the economy not declined the ridership would have grown by 15.8% overall (6.1 % in the free skier service and 30.8% in the fare based non -ski hours), and 4. Use by those who were here in both winters grew in all categories: Year Round Homeowners = SV 67% & A 58 %, 2nd Homeowners = SV 59% & A 48 %, and Lodging Guest = SV 38% & A 29% 07 -18 -11 Free Bus Service Memo Page 2 of 4 5. Over 44% of the people with a car cited the Free Service as the key reason for using RFTA, and 6. The Free Service is a unique feature to the area, and 7. The consultant's conclusion and recommendation was to continue the service based on: simplification by combining the skier services with the regional service, the benefit of a car free image, the boost to commercial retail activity, the traffic reduction, and the benefits from fewer drivers on the road. Anecdotally, the rebound in skier visits from 2008 -09 to 2009 -2010 for all Colorado Ski County USA resorts was 0.5% while the Aspen Skiing Company experienced a 4.3% rebound. This would indicate that the Free Service may have played a part in the visitors' choice to come to the Roaring Fork Valley. RFTA ridership also shows roughly a 50% increase in the Aspen - Snowmass Village Direct use from 2008 to 2010, see attached RFTA report. The tourists, who generate the significant share of sales taxes, have shown their willingness to use the Free Services. However, they are not the only beneficiaries. The workers that live in both subsidized and free market housing in the upper valley can benefit significantly from the Free Service. Studies show that transportation costs are the second largest expense for most families, second only to housing costs. Transportation costs can consume 19.3 cents out of every dollar. This is higher than food costs and three times higher than health care. So the Free Service can help many residents in the community. At present there is the mutual understanding among the EOTC that the Free Service will be subsidized until the end of the 2012/2013 ski season, see attached budget spreadsheet. At the EOTC meeting on October 20, 2011 they will be approving the 2012 budget. Pitkin County staff is working on a budget update for the EOTC meeting on July 21, 2011 scheduled here in Snowmass Village. A preliminary review by staff of the budget update was concerning. Collection of the use tax in 2010 was down by $400,000 due to the decline in construction activity. After 2/3 of the allocated revenues are reserved for the Entrance to Aspen (ETA) fund the discretionary fund was in the red by $117,467. (It should be noted that a fund balance carryover of $475,922 for the construction of the Buttermilk to Roundabout bus lanes is being expensed against the discretionary fund and not the ETA fund.) If the trend in use tax revenues continues through 2011, use tax revenue will be down by $450,000. The sales tax revenues were up a small amount in 2010. Sales tax revenues through April have been running ahead of the 2011 budget by roughly 6.5 %. If the trend continues, sales tax revenues could be over budget by $290,000. If the two trends continue, the overall revenues for 2011 would be down by $160,000. The adopted 2011 EOTC budget included a projected deficit of $246,453 in the discretionary budget after the additional expenditure of $250,000 for study for the 07 -18 -11 Free Bus Service Memo Page 3 of 4 SH82 & AABC Pedestrian Crossing project. (The $250,000 is to be paid back to the ETA fund over the next five years.) Adding the potential shortfall in revenues of $160,000 to this balance creates a $410,000 shortfall in the discretionary fund. III POTENTIAL FUNDING SOURCES FOR FREE BUS SERVICE: In 2011 the Free Service is budgeted at $578,760 for Aspen to Snowmass Village service and $2,765 for the Woody Creek service. The total budget is $581,525. In the 2012 forecast the total subsidy is projected at $604,000. The following are traditional government funding mechanisms for your referral: Snowmass Village in 2010: ® 1% sales tax generated $1.2 million in revenue ® 1 mill in property tax generated $699,000 (If property values decline by 25% in the recent evaluation, then this figure would be $524,250) ® 1 % RETT tax generated $1.6 million. Upper Valley — County and City: ® 1 % in County sales tax generated $7,074,388. It would be very difficult to create a separate taxing district (like a school district) in the upper valley. ® 1 mill in Pitkin County generates $3,683,830. 2 tenths would then generate some $700,000. (Again if property values decline by 25% in the recent evaluation, then this figure would be $552,900.) ® 1 % sales tax in Aspen generates $4,648,000. Combined with Snowmass Village's 1 % this would total $5,852,000. A 0.12% sales tax by both jurisdictions would generate $700,000. ® Additional RETT taxes are forbidden by TABOR legislation so this is not an option. Currently Pitkin County and the City of Aspen are working on funding issues for the Healthy Community Fund (HCF) which supports the Health and Human Services department (HHS). The HCF property tax expires in 2012. Public support seems positive for another six year extension. The county commissioners will be discussing this tax issue at their next meeting. The current rate is $4.20 on every $100,000 of residential property value. It generates $1.4 million. Aspen is considering cutting from their budget the supported to local agencies that also receive HCF funding. This would leave the cost to support those agencies to the county. Aspen feels it is contributing twice to the agencies through the HCF and their budget appropriations. IV. DISCUSION ITEMS / NEXT STEPS Council should discuss the possible actions to be taken and consider making a recommendation to staff for further study. The choices are: 1-3I moll 07 -18 -11 Free Bus Service Memo Page 4 of 4 1. Recommend a taxing measure to take to the other jurisdictions that would continue the funding for the Free Service from a different source. 2. Recommend that the EOTC continue to fund the service and make a recommendation to reallocate the reserves. 3. Subsidize a portion of the Free Service to reduce the cost to the EOTC. This could range from not providing Free Service in certain times of the year, or charging a smaller fare year round and subsidizing the difference. 4. Discontinue the Free Service entirely. V. NEXT STEPS / MAJOR MILESTONES • The council should hear the budget update from Tom Oken at the July EOTC meeting. There will likely be a discussion with the other members of the EOTC on the Free Service. • Direct staff to study a specific funding measure and have them prepare for a ballot measure. VI. 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O N 0 m N N 0 M C6 °p a o°¢o o °o 0 0 m N Q N Q 4 N Co > N m m m N W 0 N m0 > r (�] O r N O 0 e� p o ': � C7 N N O � n N O m m Ol co Ln O M N m m m NI 7 N L6 O 3 Z w J c7 0 O O EE z Y UQ J my 0 W O (� xcr 0 z cc Q 0 i O N m a om(nm o C°y V m O m(no(M+)c� m O LL] N m N N v m O v M OIm n rm n N N N N n N m N m c� Z O co O ¢ wZ ~ -J O 00tr J U w0 W F Cf)fr 0 ° W 2 0 O > n m N of nm n Cli nO n m a 0 0 m Z cc a a Proposed 2011 Budget and Multi -year Plan EOTC Transit Project Funding Revised Proposed Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan 2010 Revised & 2011 Proposed Budget Budget Budget 3,565,000 3,608,000 3,651,000 3,695,000 3,739,000 Pitkin County 1/2% use tax 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 FUNDING SOURCES: a) Pitkin County 1/2% sales tax 3,523,000 3,523,000 3,565,000 3,608,000 3,651,000 3,695,000 3,739,000 b) Pitkin County 1/2% use tax 934,000 981,000 1,030,000 1,082,000 1,136,000 1,193,000 1,253,000 c) Investment income & mist. 88,000 101,687 187,000 293,000 432,000 355,000 515,000 d) Brush Creek Lot rentals 13,800 15,600 15,600 15,600 15,600 15,600 15,600 Total Funding Sources 4,558,800 4,621,287 4,797,600 4,998,600 5,234,600 5,258,600 5,522,600 FUNDING USES: O Use tax collectfort costs 126 549 117,032 122;884 129,028 135 479 142 253 149 {368 2} gdmfnistratf ie cost allocation 34192 31,674; 33,258 34,921 36 667 38,500 r 40 425 °s 3) Bus stogy safety lmprvs /cab nde,n Ileu t 11 500 12;500 12 813 13133 13,461 13 798 � 314143 4) X Ga es transit subsfd � 501,100 0 50,tj00 "50000 50000;.:. 5} Bn1s{1 Cree�pafkmg elcpanso��annual operating costs 25 000 34,400:4 35776 37 207 38695 4 243 6} ,BETA contnbutton��81_04 °l of ill °I °sales tax) _ ,, wr py 2,855,039 ,,,,,, 2,855,039 2 889,076 „_,_.,,2x923,923,_ _ 2,958 770 �,� `3 03D,0.86r ,_ _,2,994,428 7) Snowmass Village transit improvements ($6.5 million total) 6,430,165 8) Buttermilk to Roundabout bus lanes, construction 39p020 carryover from '09 9) No -fare Aspen - Snowmass bus service (10/1/09- 4/15/13) 578,760 578,760 601,910 248,625 10) No -fare Woody Creek bus service, winter and summer - 4/15/13 4,030 2,765 2,876 2,936 11) SH82 & AABC pedestrian crossing design & engineering 250,000 Total Uses 4,081,090 3,932,170 3,748,592 3,439,772 9,663,237 3,279 222 3,325,872 ., ss9:�sa2s (42,si)s2>sr EOTC. CUMULATIVESURPLUS /(DEFICIT);F,UND. BALANCE' : = �` .10; 000208 ;,10,689,325; TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: RUSS FORREST, TOWN MANAGER SUBJECT: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: July 18, 2011 Cougar Canyon Request Cougar Canyon representatives have requested TOSV enter into a Subordination Agreement to allow the partnership to refinance its real estate holdings. Cougar Canyon agreed to pre -pay annexation impact fees using the installment method. Cougar Canyon pays TOSV $180,000.00 annually as impact fees. TOSV will remain in the same priority position it currently holds pursuant to the Annexation Agreement. The request is attached. EOTC The next EOTC meeting is scheduled for July 21, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. in Snowmass Village. Items /Strategic Plan Updated on July 12, 2011 The following Table is a summary of the action plan from the various topics discussed at the retreat in January. Action Priority Timing Who Base Village Next Steps 1 When Foreclosure is Russ Forrest completed Economic /Fiscal Actions 1 - STO Metrics -FAB meeting to review Susan Hamley STO metrics on July 13 - Board Structure - Sept. 19, 2011 Susan Hamley (ASC Position) - Summer Events/ -March 21 (Complete) Marianne Marketing Rakowski - Sales Tax Study -March 21, 2011 Marianne (Complete) Rakowski - Financial Updates - June 6, 2011 /July 5, M.R. 2011 /next one as part of 2012 Budget Ice Age Discovery 1 - Long Term/Tusk - August 1, 2011 Tusk Force Force /Complete Business Plan - 2011 short term -On going TM Reports Russ Forrest & actions Susan H. Housing - Housing Policy for 1 (Complete) Chris Conrad Development - Housing Projects 3 - Guidelines completed Joe Coffey on June 20tH - Council gave authorization for final phase of Rodeo on July 5th Environment 2 - EAC Structure Council to review Lesley /EAC candidates on July 18th - REOP Policy May 2, 2011 (approved Mark Kittle Discussion 2nd Reading) Urban Renewal Authority 2 At any point Council Russell Forrest would like to have this discussion -need a purpose statement Capital Improvement 3 August 1 & +15th Hunt Walker, Process Solid Waste Collection 3 Staff is recommending Hunt Walker EAC review and then review with Council in summer Pedestrian Crossing 3 September 6th Art Smythe, David Recommendations Peckler, & Hunt Walker West Village Transportation 3 Will review with the CIP David Peckler Facilities on Au ust 1St and 15th Staff Development 3 Jul 5" (Complete) Russ Forrest Town Fiscal Sustainability 3 August 15 Marianne and Russ Forrest Other Pending Actions The following is a summary of actions that either the Council has requested or actions staff has proposed and is working on for the Town Council. Staff Action Status Date to follow-up- Contact w/ Council Finance 00 Marianne GID Advisory Once the foreclosure is complete, bring After Base Village Board back the discussion of the GID Foreclosure is Advisory Board to the GID Board. complete but before the budget process begins for 2012 budget Other Chris Conrad Sign Code Planning will review current sign code Summer 2011 and discuss revisions with the Town Council �s THE MYLER LAW FIRM, P.C. DAVID J. MYLER' A Colorado Professional Corporation ADMITTED IN CO' 211 MIDLAND AVENUE SUITE 201 CONNIE A. WOOD, LEGAL ASSISTANT BASALT, COLORADO 81621 July 11, 2011 VIA EMAIL John Dresser, Town Attorney Town of Snowmass Village P. O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81611 RE: Impact Fee Security Dear John: TELEPHONE (970) 927 -0456 FAcsimia (970) 927 -0374 EMAILS dmyler@mylerlawpe.com cwood@mylerlawpc.wm On February 8, 2007, Aspen Properties Holdings, L.P. ( "APH ") recorded a Deed of Trust establishing a lien on Homesteads 1 and 2 of the Cougar Canyon Subdivision to secure its obligations to prepay impact fees associated with the annexation of Cougar Canyon and Cozy Point Ridge (the " Snowmass Deed of Trust "). I have attached a copy of the Snowmass Deed of Trust. That Deed of Trust was subsequently amended to correct the payment terms, confirming that periodic payments were to be made annually and not monthly. The Snowmass Deed of Trust recites that the lien created thereby was junior to any and all encumbrances of public record on the date of recording. At the time that the Snowmass Deed of Trust was recorded, Homesteads 1 and 2 of Cougar Canyon were subject to a Deed of Trust dated April 8, 2004, recorded at Reception No. 496543, in favor of Bank of America ( "First Deed of Trust ") to secure an obligation in the original principal amount of $15,000,000.00. That obligation was primarily secured by Homestead 1 of Wildcat Ranch, but included as additional collateral all of the Homesteads within Cougar Canyon and all of the Lots within Cozy Point Ridge. APH desires to refinance the Bank of America loan, reducing the principal balance from $15,000,000.00 to $14,000,000.00. APH proposes to secure that new loan with a deed of trust on the same collection of properties (the "Substitute Deed of Trust "), including Homesteads 1 and 2 of Cougar Canyon, which secured the original loan. On behalf of APH, I am requesting that the Town subordinate the Snowmass Deed of Trust on Homesteads 1 and 2 of Cougar Canyon to the Substitute Deed of Trust to secure the refinancing. nl--11 THE MYLER LAW FIRM, P.C. John Dresser, Town Attorney Town of Snowmass Village July 11, 2011 Page 2 As I explained, the primary collateral for the new loan will continue to be Homestead 1 of Wildcat Ranch which contains the Bonderman residence. The collection of properties that will serve as collateral are valued vastly in excess of the new loan amount, leaving more than sufficient collateral value to secure the obligations to the Town. In reviewing this request, please consider that all of the annual installments ofprepaid impact fees required pursuant to the Annexation Agreement have been paid as agreed. To date, $900,000.00 has been paid, leaving $1,260,000.00 due and payable over the next seven (7) years. Keep in mind that, after subordination, the Town will have the identical security that it does today subject to a prior lien in a reduced amount. If this request is acceptable, please let me know as soon as possible and I will prepare a customary Subordination Agreement for your review and execution by the Town. If you have any questions or need any additional information, please do not hesitate to call. Attachment cc: B. Ellis (Via Email) GX1icn1\Bondcrmnn\Draw, John djm hr V11 I I.wpd Very truly yours, THE MYLER LAW FIRM, P.C. By: David J. Myler 4th Draft SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA AUGUST 1, 2011 PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE — ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THE STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2.- PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-minute time limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No- 4: ICE AGE DISCOVERY COMMITTEE PRESENTATION OF CONCEPT PLAN (Time: 60 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Provide direction on next steps. --Ice Age Discovery Committee Item No. 5: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS DISCUSSION (Time: 120 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Receive presentation and provide input to staff. --Hunt Walker Item No. 6- MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) --Russell Forrest ................... ...........................Page (TAB Item No. 7: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING ...................... .... I ........................................ Page (TAB Item No. 8: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: ........ ........ ............ I .......... I ................... Page (TAB Item No. 9-. COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS .................. ..'' ............. I ............ I ...... I ........... Page (TAB Item No. 10: ADJOURNMENT ww 08 -01 -11 TC Page 2 of 2 NOTE: Total time estimated for meetina: Aparox 2 hours (excluding items 1 -3 and 6 —9) ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923 -3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING MINUTES JUNE 20, 2011 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Mayor Bill Boineau called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council for Monday, June 20th, 2011 at 4:01 p.m. Item No. 1 ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Markey Butler, Fred Kucker, and Jason Haber. COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All council members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Hunt Walker, Acting Town Manager; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Joe Coffey, Housing Director; Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: David Corbin, Don Schuster, Glenn Horn, Tom Newland and other members of the public interested in items on today's agenda. Item No. 2 PUBLIC NON - AGENDA ITEMS There were no Public Non - Agenda Items for discussion. Item No. 3 COUNCIL UPDATES Council Member Wilkinson thanked everyone who volunteered for Trails day and for the Ice Age Discovery. He noted that both were very successful events. Item No. 4 REVIEW - ELK CAMP RESTAURANT - ADMINISTRATIVE MODIFICATION TO SPECIAL REVIEW, AND DRAFT RECORD OF DECISION Planning Director Chris Conrad stated the purpose for this meeting would be to review and provide input considering the Applicant's proposed Administrative Modification application to the Elk Camp Restaurant Special Review and the accompanying draft Record of Decision (ROD) prepared by the planning staff. Project Manager and Planner Chris Kiley and Company Planning Director David Corbin from the Aspen Skiing Company were present for discussion. Conrad stated after review the staff found the Administrative Modification submitted addresses some of the more significant changes that were found during the review of 06 -20 -11 TC Minutes Page 2 of 6 the building construction plans via Permit #11 -23 in late April / early May 2011. A majority of the proposed revisions below were deemed by the Town Planning Department to be possibly inconsistent with the Special Review approval via Town Council Resolution No. 4, Series of 2011, on January 18, 2011, but could be viewed as acceptable, subject to Town Council having the opportunity to review the changes. The three top considerations for the Town Council is whether it is felt that the a) material revisions, b) color changes and c) the proposed deletion of the covered walkway (i.e., per items 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 below) represent an acceptable departure from what was represented when originally approved. 1. Floor Area F.A.R. calculations revisions; 2. Roof and sunshade flashing colors; 3. Column details; 4. Corrugated material allocation on south and east elevations; 5. Wood siding change from horizontal to vertical; 6. Covered walkway deletion; and 7. Expansion of utility facility buildings. Council and staff along with the applicants reviewed the seven areas of concern pointed out by the Planning Department and discussed to the satisfaction of Council and made a few changes to the ROD and provided direction to the Planning Director to proceed with the ROD. Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom stated that pursuant to Section 16A -5- 390, "Amendment of Final PUD" Municipal Code of the Town of Snowmass, the request proposes removal of condition #1 in the previous approval Ordinance No. 23, Series of 2004, for the Fanny Hill cabins envisioned on Parcel 7, Woodrun Unit Five Subdivision. He stated that the applicant has submitted a request per the letter in today's packet dated May 26, 2011 and to continue the public hearing to either July 18th or August 1 st, 2011. Wahlstrom also stated that two letter were submitted and included for the record. Mayor Boineau opened the Public Hearing for comments from the Public at 4:43 p.m. Representing the Aspen Skiing Company for the Fanny Hill Cabins, Don Schuster spoke to the request for continuance of the Public Hearing for this project. He is also requesting some work session time with Council to discuss items that may be potential enhancements for this PUD. After discussion by the Council with the applicant the motion was made. Jason Haber made the motion to approve the request of the applicant to continue the Public Hearing to 4:00 p.m. at the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, October 17, 2011. Markey Butler seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 1 opposed. W7, FeA 06 -20 -11 TC Minutes Page 3 of 6 Voting Aye: Jason Haber, John Wilkinson, Markey Butler, and Mayor Bill Boineau Voting Nay: Fred Kucker. Item No. 6 FOLLOW UP.DISCUSSION ON HOUSING ADVISORY COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MODIFYING THE HOUSING GUIDELINES AND REQUEST FOR APPROVAL Housing Manager Joe Coffey stated this meeting is a follow up to the March 7, 2011 meeting that requested more information on the proposed modifications to the housing guidelines. Rick Griffin member of the Housing Advisory Committee (HAC) is present to assist in presenting the proposed Housing Guidelines modifications for Council. He noted that the HAC met 26 times over a two year period and many different topics were disused. In the end this committee only has a few recommended changes to the current Housing Guidelines. In general the HAC found that the current guidelines are working and this is why they did not have very many housing guideline modification recommendations. The items for discussion today are retirement, income and asset guideline modification for 529 College Plan Accounts and the resale inspection program. Coffey provided recommendations and the reason for the recommendation for each change. Proposed Item # 1 Retirement Recommendation: Committee recommends that the requirement of an owner continues to work 10 years after the purchase of a deed restricted unit before retiring. This is an increase of the existing requirement that an owner must work 5 years after the purchase of a deed restricted unit before retiring. Reason for recommendation: The HAC believes that purchasers of deed restricted housing need to remain employed for ten years after the closing date to ensure the housing is occupied by an employee. Only requiring five years of employment time was not sufficient in their opinion. Proposed Item # 2 Income and asset guidelines modification (529 College Plan Accounts) Recommendation: Committee recommends that we exclude all qualified 529 college education funds from the net worth calculation as we do the retirement accounts. The committee recommends that the income and asset guidelines remain the same. Reason for recommendation: The HAC believes that 529 college plan funds should be excluded from the net worth calculation for purchase applicants. A 529 College plan is governed by IRS rules similar to retirement fund rules. College funds can only be used for education and there is a 10% penalty for an early withdrawal and income tax must be paid on the withdrawal amount too. The benefits to the contributor are that each dollar invested in a 529 plan can be deducted from your taxable income up to $280,000. Currently you can contribute ��3 06 -20 -11 TC Minutes Page 4 of 6 up to $280,000 per beneficiary. The Housing Department has not had to consider the 529 college plan funds to date but they are becoming more common with young families planning ahead for college tuition. Proposed Item # 3 Resale inspection program 17.4.1.1 Standards. The inspection will disclose the physical condition of the housing unit. The housing unit must meet a minimum standard of maintenance and cleanliness. The approved inspector will grade the housing unit on a standard approved by the Housing Manager. Recommendation: Committee recommends keeping the current program in place along with the current enforcement regulations. Council requested a standardized inspection form and grading standards for resale inspections on March 7, 2011. The new resale inspection form and the grading standards that apply to the resale inspection are attached to this memo. Mark Kittle and Joe Coffey inspect each deed restricted property before the property is advertised for sale. Using the new inspection form with the grading standards will better inform the current sellers and new purchasers about the required condition of the property necessary for resale. Please note the primary goal of the resale inspection program is to resell units or homes that are ready for occupancy so the new homeowner will not have extensive repairs or maintenance work to perform. After a lengthy discussion Council agreed on Housing Manager's recommendation on Item 1 and Item 2. Item 3, resale inspection program created a very long discussion between staff and Council with various scenarios being discussed. Fred Kucker made the motion to approve all the recommendations provided by the Housing Advisory Committee. Markey Butler seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 2 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, and Fred Kucker. Voting Nay: John Wilkinson, and Jason Haber. Town Council took a break at this time. Item No. 7 RESOLUTION NO. 20 SERIES OF 2011 - APPROVING SETTLEMENT A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AND MUTUAL RELEASE BETWEEN LOGO CONCRETE INC. AND PROFESSIONAL EXCAVATING INC. AND THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Town Attorney John Dresser stated that this Resolution is in relation to two sub- contractors on Rodeo Place that remain unpaid after termination of the initial contractor. to 06 -20 -11 TC Minutes Page 5 of 6 Their claims were barred under mechanics lien law but they sued TOSV pursuant to Public Works Binding Act (PWBA). He noted that the subs and TOSV filed Motions for Summary Judgment based on the PWBA. The Town is taking the position that housing is not a public work as the houses and property are sold to private owners. In a partial summary judgment, the court ruled that the project was a public work but did not rule that the subs had proved their case as a matter of law which is the standard in summary judgment. Markey Butler made the motion to approve Resolution No. 20, Series of 2011 - approving settlement. Fred Kucker seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Markey Butler, Fred Kucker, and Jason Haber. Voting Nay: None. At this time Town Attorney John Dresser stated there is a letter in the Town Manager's report from Glenn Horn relating to the Aspen Country Day School. Glenn Horn and Tom Newland were present to explain the request of Council. The request to be put on a future agenda so they may request permission to use the "School Site" Parcel F within a land use application. This would be for consent only from the land owner. Tonight's request is to be placed on a future agenda. Council consensus was to add an item on the Regular Meeting agenda for July 5th, 2011. There will be prepared packet materials provided to the Town Clerk. There was no further discussion for the manager's report provided by the Acting Town Manager Hunt Walker. Item No. 9 AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING * July 5, 2011 After reviewing the agenda Mayor Boineau asked that the Aspen Country Day be added to the July 5th agenda. Item No. 10 APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR John Wilkinson made the motion to approve the minutes for May 2, 2011 Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council. Fred Kucker seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Markey Butler, Fred Kucker, and Jason Q� 06 -20 -11 TC Minutes Page 6 of 6 Haber. Voting Nay: None. Item No. 11 COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS C.O.R.E. Council Member Jason Haber sent by email to all the Council Members prior to this meeting a report that was put together by C.O.R.E. and at this time he is requesting support for the Economic Development Report Prioritizing Clean Energy. Mayor Boineau stated he prefers to allow the public time to also review and provide input. It was decided to put this item on the July 5th, agenda for discussion. RWAPA Council Member Haber noted that Mark Fuller from the Ruedi Water and Power Authority has been requesting time on the agenda to discuss the Roaring Fork Watershed Plan. Acting Town Manager Hunt Walker noted that staff has met with Mark Fuller and Kit Hamby from SWSD, they suggest to Fuller that he go before the SWSD Board before coming to Town Council regarding the water shed plan. Walker will follow up with Fuller. Plastic Shopping Bags Council Member Haber stated that other jurisdictions in the area have been discussing plastic shopping bag regulations and would like Snowmass Village to be involved in this discussion. Council consensus was to put on a future agenda July 18 or August 1, Haber will finalize with the Town Manager. Item No. 12 ADJOURNMENT Fred Kucker made the motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, June 20, 2011. Mayor Bill Boineau seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Markey Butler, Fred Kucker, and Jason Haber. Voting Nay: None. Submitted By, Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 44� 600 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 1 Sat 2 EAugust