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PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Second Reading of an Ordinance amending the 2011 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village II. BACKGROUND Below is the budget information contained in the Council Memorandum for the First Reading of Ordinance No. 5, Series of 2011. The attached ordinance contains the change to the Excise Tax Fund that was discussed during the First Reading. There are no additional changes to this ordinance since the First Reading. Information from Council Memorandum for First Reading Per the Home Rule Charter, the Town Council adopts the budget by resolution, but any amendments to the original budget must be by ordinance. This ordinance amends the 2011 budget and authorizes the appropriation of those funds. The Financial Advisory Board reviewed the budget on September 7, 2011 and recommends adoption of the 2011 revised budget. Below are the changes to the 2011 revised budget that were made after the Town Councils review. A. General Fund • Revenues were increased by $218,851. 1 c packet 11 -2 —11 • Of this amount, $186,074 is due to the Transfer in -Road Fund. This increase is for the utilities for the GAP section (previously billed to the GID Fund). • Building Contractor Licenses were increased by $410. • Building Permits were increased by $9,317 • Electrical Permits were increased by $4,720 • Building Plan Check fees were increased by $18,330 • Expenditures were increased by $193,246. o Of this amount, $186,074 is for the GAP section utilities in the Road Division. o $4,772 is for the Town Council I -pads, which will be offset with savings in 2012 within the Town Clerks budget. o $2,400 was requested by the Chief Building Official for contracted office help to continue with purging files and the software conversion. • The estimated amount of the write -off of the health insurance payable liability is budgeted at $300K. • All of the above changes amount to an increase in the year -end fund balance of an additional $325,605. B. Road Fund • The Road Fund expenditures have been increased by $186,074 to account for the increase in the Transfer out — General Fund for the annual utilities for the GAP section and the payback to the GID for previous years' utilities. C. Marketing Fund • Revenues are increased by $20,000 for the Ice Age from the fund - raising. We have recently been advised that it may be closer to $26,000 that we will receive prior to the end of the year. D. Group Sales Fund • Expenditures are increased by $10,000, which was for Contract Service for the Business Plan for the Family Summer Adventure Product. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Adoption of Ordinance No. 05, Series of 2011. Note: Copy of the 2011 revised budget is available at the Town Clerks office. 2 c packet 1 ®21 ®11 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 05 SERIES OF 2011 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2011 BUDGET FOR ALL FUNDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. WHEREAS, the Town Manager, has submitted a 2011 Revised Budget; and WHEREAS, the 2011 budget, revenues and expenditures have varied from budgeted amounts; and WHEREAS, sales tax revenues, property tax revenues, licenses and permits and charges for services are revised higher than budgeted and General Fund expenditures were revised higher due to adding back Transportation summer bus service, Droste property payment and adding in 2010 expenditures that were reserved at the end of 2010 for expending in 2011; and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Home Rule Charter requires adjustments to the budget when circumstances change relating to the budget. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Revised Budget That the Town of Snowmass Village 2011 budget be adjusted to the 2011 revised budget, as summarized below with the true and accurate copy of the budget which is attached hereto. Town of Snowmass Village All Funds - Budget Summary - 2011 Revised 2011 2011 Revenues Adopted Budget Revised Budget Variance General Fund $ 11,847,037 $ 13,186,545 $ 1,339,508 Debt Service Fund $ 1,530,675 $ 1,530,675 $ - Lottery Fund $ 19,986 $ 22,557 $ 2,571 RETT Fund $ 1,321,870 $ 2,492,408 $ 1,170,538 Road Fund $ 2,829,546 $ 2,824,440 $ (5,106) Excise Tax Fund $ 2,720,000 $ 1,274,665 $ (1,445,335) 3 tc packet 11 ®21 -11 11 -05 Page 2 Marketing Fund $ 3,185,598 $ 3,467,115 $ 281,517 Group Sales Fund $ 1,012,685 $ 1,189,425 $ 176,740 CIP Fund $ - $ - $ - Reop Fund $ - $ 9 $ 9 Housing Fund $ 1,243,060 $ 1,251,416 $ 8,356 Mtn View l Fund $ 981,960 $ 984,407 $ 2,447 Mtn View II Fund $ 238,515 $ 244,679 $ 6,164 TOTAL Funds $ 26,930,932 $ 28,468,341 $ 1,537,409 2011 2011 Revised Expenditures Adopted Budget Budget Variance General Fund $ 12,316,021 $ 13,091385 $ (775,364) Debt Service Fund $ 1,530,676 $ 1,530,676 $ - Lottery Fund $ - $ 61,500 $ (61,500) RETT Fund $ 2,380,815 $ 3,989,906 $ (1,609,091) Road Fund $ 2,953,941 $ 3,118,782 $ (164,841) Excise Tax Fund $ 170,000 $ 3,222,981 $ (3,052,981) Marketing Fund $ 3,182,107 $ 3,613,943 $ (431,836) Group Sales Fund $ 1,141,608 $ 1,087,660 $ 53,948 CIP Fund $ - $ - $ - Reop Fund $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ - Housing Fund $ 1,352,297 $ 1,382,843 $ (30,,546) Mtn View I Fund $ 992,059 $ 1,010,121 $ (18,062) Mtn View II Fund $ 210,512 $ 211,123 $ (611) TOTAL Funds $ 26,235,036 $ 32,325,920 $ (6,090,884) Section Two: Appropriation That the 2011 revised budgeted revenue is hereby appropriated for expenditure during the 2011 budget year. Section Three: Effective Date This Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption in accordance with Article X, Section 9.11 (e) of the Home Rule Charter. tc packet 1 ®21 ®11 11 -05 Page 3 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on first reading as amended, by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 7th day of November, 2011 with a motion made by Council Member Kucker and seconded by Council Member Wilkinson and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 21 th day of November, 2011 with a motion made by and seconded by and by a vote of _ in favor to _ opposed. A roll call was taken, those in favor were those opposed were TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 5 tc packet 1 ®2 —11 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Andy Worline, Hunt Walker DATE: November 21, 2011 SUBJECT: Tennis Bubble Enclosure - Report on Planning Commission Proceedings I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: This Report to the Town Council as the Landowner, is regarding the Resolution, of the Planning Commission recommending denial of the Special Review application. Considering the findings and conclusion of the Planning Commission, the Landowner is being asked if it desires to continue pursuing the application II. BACKGROUND: The Planning Commission reviewed the Tennis Bubble Enclosure Special Review application on two separate occasions, and on November 9, 2011 passed Resolution 8, Series of 2011, recommending denial of the application by a vote of six to zero. The three main issues that the Planning Commission raised in its Resolution were the noise, the glare and the visual impacts. Staff believes that more information can be developed to address the issues of "noise" and "glare" and that the information on the visual impacts stand "as is ". Given the Planning Commission's recommendation, Staff does not recommend committing more of the Town's money to continue the Special Review process, and, therefore, has asked ACE -IT to fund the costs of continuing the Special Review Process. Staff will have an answer from ACE -IT by Monday, November 21, 2011. Assuming ACE -TT desires to cover the costs of completing the Special Review process, Staff would request a continuance of the Special Review process to more fully develop the issues raised by the Planning Commission and hopes that the issues of land use approval or denial can be resolved. If the Special Review land use application is approved by Council, Staff would then more fully develop an operating budget as well as a draft agreement with ACE -IT for consideration by the Landowner that will show the Town would not have to subsidize either the operating or capital tc packet 11 —21 ®1 costs of the bubble. Land Use approval will also allow ACE -IT to begin in earnest its capital campaign. III. STAFF RECOMMENDATION If ACE -IT agrees to fund the additional costs of processing the Special Review application, Staff recommends the Town continue with the process. IV. NEXT STEPS 1. Town Council continues the Special Review land use process for the Tennis Bubble Enclosure application. 2. In the event of Special Review approval, Town Council, as Landowner, will undertake an economic review of the operating budget and negotiate an agreement with ACE -IT for capital costs and possibly security for operating expenses. c packet 1 ®21- -1 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC''IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: November 21, 2011 TIME: During a regular meeting that begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Hall 0130 Kearns Road, Council Chambers, 1st Floor Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To receive public comment on an application by the Town of Snowmass Village concerning granting special review use approval to permit a seasonal tennis bubble enclosure over the four existing tennis courts in Town Park located behind the Town Recreation Center. CODE: Application will be processed pursuant to the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 16A -5 -230, Special Review. Due to the nature of the proposed use, the Planning Director has determined it warrants referral to the Planning Commission and then Town Council for final determination. The Planning Commission will commence review of the application on October 19 during a meeting beginning at 4:00pm in the Town Hall Council Chambers. INFO: Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Planning Department or by telephone at (970) 923 -5524 during normal business hours. Written comments are encouraged and will be accepted until the close of the public hearing; for inclusion of written comments in the Council packet, submissions must be made one week prior to the public hearing to the following address: Snowmass Village Planning Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attn: Chris C. Conrad, Planning Director Telephone: (970) 923 -3777 Internet Access to Council email: http: / /www,tosv.com Citizen Feedback Hotline: (970) 922 -6727 or clerk(a)-tosv.com Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on October 12, 2011 11 R m11 TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Planning Department MTG DATE:. November 21, 2011 SUBJECT: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING: SPECIAL REVIEW USE TO PERMIT A SEASONAL TENNIS BUBBLE ENCLOSURE OVER THE EXISTING TOWN PARK TENNIS COURTS Applicant: Town of Snowmass Village, represented by: Hunt Walker, Public Works Director Leslie Lamont, Lamont Planning Services, LLC Planner: Chris Conrad, Planning Director I. PURPOSE: The Applicant has submitted a request per the attached letter (Attachment 1) to continue the public hearing to the second regularly scheduled Town Council meeting in January, 2012. The 2012 meeting schedule has not yet been determined but January 16 would be the third Monday in January, 2012. ll. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS: Section 16A- 5- 70(2)d., Continuance of public hearing• of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code ( "Municipal Code ") states: "The body conducting the public hearing may, on its own motion or at the request of the applicant, continue the public hearing to a fixed date, time and place. An applicant shall have the right to request and be granted one (1) continuance. All subsequent continuances shall be granted at the discretion of the body conducting the public hearing only upon good cause shown." III. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: The applicant has the right pursuant to the Municipal Code to request one public hearing continuance and staff recommends that a continued hearing be scheduled for the second regularly scheduled Town Council meeting in January, 2012. . NEXT STEPS • Conduct the public hearing at the established date, time and place. All comment letters and emails received to date will be provided and entered into the record and Town Council may receive public comment at that meeting. Commence review of the Special Review application during that meeting. Attachment 1: Applicant's requested continuance letter. 1 tc packet 1-21 —11 TO: Town Council FROM: The Environmental Advisory Board (EAB) DATE: November 21, 2011 SUBJECT: Introduction to the new EAB and official statement on Plastic Bags PURPOSE: The purpose of this memo is to present to Council: 1.) A formal introduction to the newly appointed TOSV Environmental Advisory Board (EAB), 2.) A Goals and Priorities document for the EAB as well as a short-term work plan with several actionable items, 3.) An official statement on the issue of a plastic bag ban or fee in TOSV. BACKGROUND: 1.) During its retreat in January 2011, Council agreed to look at the structure of the Environmental Advisory Committee, and they did agree they wanted abalanced and thoughtful approach to environmental sustainability issues. It was recommended at that retreat (and in the white paper) that Council determine a goal for sustainability and /or re -affirm the Environmental Sustainability Plan. In April of 2011, Council appointed an official Environmental Advisory Board with technical expertise and a broad community perspective to develop recommendations concerning projects, programs, policies and operational practices that will benefit the natural environment. 2.) The new EAB has met several times over the course of its appointment and is re- visiting and re- examining the Town's Environmental Sustainability Plan. The EAB is currently working on a broad set of goals and priorities, as well as a work plan for the immediate future — both will be shared with you today. 3.) Lastly, in August Council asked the EAB for a formal statement /recommendation on the issue of a plastic bag ban or fee in TOSV. That statement will be presented today. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: 1.) The EAB is specifically looking for Council input on the short-term goals and provide feedback as to whether there are additional actions and /or projects deemed important to TOSV in both the short and long- terms. ATTACHMENTS: A— EAB Goals and Priorities B — EAB and TOSV Updates and Successes C — EAB Official Plastic Bag Statement 1 packet tc 11 — 1-11 Attachment A Environmental Advisory Board Goals & Priorities Short Term (12 months or less): • Electricity Usage, Advise TOSV reduction, Short Term: CO2 Emissions, (Lighting, Equipment Retrofits). • The EAB sees the reality of immediate returns in terms of cost savings and energy reduction by addressing electrical usage. The EAB is in the process of examining successful projects, delivering the economics and ROI, and designing specific and strategic recommendations for Council • EAB Energy Awareness Program: An idea being considered at the EAB as an approach to Education and awareness of the reality of energy consumption in the Town. More Collaboration with Roaring Fork Partners: Green Teams in Valley, Non - profits, Town Governments (Basalt, Carbondale, etc.), SkiCo and other Companies. o An idea that was considered at the EAC and continues to be of interest at the EAB is the prospect of more frequent and in -depth collaboration with other green organizations, businesses, and governing bodies. One of the oft mentioned benefits is an efficiency produced by learning from these groups about what works. Also there is an economy of scale if parties throughout the valley can work in collaboration rather than duplication. Rick Heede Climate Mitigation Services (CMS), Information Dissemination, Review and Analysis of Carbon Footprint Study, and Make Definitive Recommendations o Mr. Heede and his company CMS produced the, Snowmass Village Inventory of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in 2009. It points to extraordinary emissions from SV, and an opportunity for SV to improve its emission to be in line with (and perhaps surpass) other resort towns. The EAB wishes to use this comprehensive energy and emissions analysis as a baseline for designing and monitoring. CMS has provided a budget to address the methodology of the report, first steps or "low hanging fruit" to reduce emissions, and long term plan for reducing emission and reducing harmful energy usage. Following the budget proposal, the prevailing opinion of the EAB is to save funds by not employing CMS at this time. The comments have pointed to the technical proficiency of the members of the EAB. This enables the EAB to move forward with this study without additional expenditures. The EAB aims to review, analyze, and produce an action plan relative to this CMS report. 1 c packet 11-21 — +� Thanksgiving Outreach o The EAB will have a small information table at the Thanksgiving Community Potluck Dinner. One of the main goals of the EAB table will be to hear from the community about their priorities, goals, and considerations. The EAB will also showcase some recent environmental successes in town. The EAB wishes to expand the community awareness of the Board and build community involvement and support. Understand Council Objectives: Town's Priority on Environment, Clear Council Guidance, Town's Perspective on Environmental leadership? o A prevailing opinion expressed at the outset of the EAB was that the EAB wished to hear from Council as to their aims and aspirations for the EAB. The EAB wishes to truly gather the opinions of Council so as to be of service to the goals and objective of Council. The EAB is of the opinion that method to be the most productive and provide the best returns for the Town is to work with Council in a spirit of collaboration, mutual learning, and measured effectiveness. Website Improvement and Usage, Resource List • The EAB view the Town website as a valuable asset and aims to upgrade and utilize the site and EAB pages to the greatest benefit to the community. An initial approach will be to make resources related to the environment, sustainability, and the activities of the EAB available on the site. • The EAB has produced a reading list to share with the Town Council, EAB Members, and the Public at large. This Resource List was conceived of as a way to share sources of information that influence our opinions and thoughts. This is one approach to forging a deeper understanding of, and cooperation amongst, the EAB and Town Council members. It appears from many accounts that groups working to solve complex issues and challenges, are more likely to arrive at productive solutions, when they commit time to understanding the various' stakeholders' positions. Instead of relying on facile partisan positions and personality; sharing background source information will hopefully produce a more nuanced and informed understanding from which the Council and EAB members can provide their best opinions and advocacy regarding the most beneficial actions our community is to undertake • Holy Cross Community Enhancement Fund, Project Proposals from EAB o The EAB has been made aware of this excellent resource, "designed to make a difference in people's lives and the communities in which they reside." The EAB aims to work in collaboration with the Council and Holy Cross to select projects that meet the CEF guidelines, are fundamentally aligned with sustainability, and provide significant 1 tc packet 11® —11 positive publicity value. Marketing of success is reported to be very important to Holy Cross, as it should be to the Town. • REOP Funds, Project Proposals from EAB o The EAB recognizes incipient guidelines have been emerging as to how these funds are allocated. The EAB aims to work with Council to see that the REOP funds are used to the highest benefit to the community. The EAB wishes to be able to review grant applications and be a decision -maker is how the REOP is used. • Deliver Baseline to Council o The EAB is working with Town Staff to formulate a "baseline" or inventory of the projects completed that were suggested by the TOSV Sustainability Plan. The EAB is also working to understand any additional initiatives and include them in an evolving record of agenda items, actions, and successes regarding the environment. • Update TOSV Sustainability Plan • The EAB is using the valuable insight and structure of the TOSV Sustainability Plan as a starting point, and working to update and evolve the plan. • In particular, the 2009 Environmental Implementation Plan, provides a baseline to measure the success of initiatives outlined to date, and plan the initiatives for the future. Long Term Ideas (12 months or more): • Brush Creek Watershed - RFC "highly impacted" • A vital issue prioritized at the EAB is the health and protection of the Watershed. The EAB is in conversation and aims to collaborate with the Roaring Fork Conservancy to inform the Council and Public as to the state of this invaluable resource. The Watershed is in worse condition than might be expected and the EAB sees opportunity to improve and protect this necessary asset. • Greenway Master Plan: The EAB is researching the history of the G'MP, and see what relevance it has for use in TOSV. • Community Gardens o There are numerous benefits that arise from gardening in a community, and the EAB is supportive of the establishment and expansion of community gardening opportunities. Some benefits are: a) increased relations amongst community members b) actual food production C) a greater understanding of the immediate environment of SV and its changes d) the creation of increasingly fertile soil conditions e) reduced carbon 1 tc packet 11-21 —11 emissions through local food production f) healthy, locally controlled, food production g) a living exemplification of local production and a move towards sustainability h) opportunity to use waste materials as compost and fertilizer, i.e. grass clippings, leaves, restaurant waste i) teachable opportunities for all ages Community Solar Farm: Town Owned, Managed Asset Base o The use of local renewable energy resources is a generally accepted positive strategy towards to robust economy that is independent of external suppliers and producers. Similar to the Tusk Force program; this can be a definitive and tangible capital expenditure with measurable and verifiable results. The discussion of this strategy to offset events and marketing (and other costs) has garnered recent support of important community members. • Compost Program o Don't squander our resources.... growing, fertility, shipping costs, landfill space. Marketing potential. Projects of this nature provide positive publicity opportunities, and "brand enhancement" resulting in exponential benefits. • Composting Program and Biomass inquiry • Energy Audits and Upgrades, Measurable and Verifiable Results • The EAB is confident that based upon Energy Audits, actions can be taken to immediately reduce the energy consumption and pollution of Town Buildings can be reduced, measured, and verified. • The EAB is confident that a great percentage of the potential is within the Residential sector of buildings. The potential exists to educate and activate both the full time and second homeowner's to utilize energy audits and system upgrades to stem rising energy consumption, cost, and pollution. • Energy Independence, Long Term Goals (10 -20 years, but hope it's faster) o Proactive communities around the world are working towards total energy independence. The reality of energy independence would be a dramatic transformation for the Town. • Energy of Buildings, Update Existing Buildings o The EAB see the opportunity to update the energy efficiency of existing buildings as an immediate option to reduce both the cost and emissions for the Town. The ultimate goal may be a continuing elimination of cost and energy usage, however, if an initial reduction in use is produced via efficiency, this provides funds tote reallocated, and new levels of energy consumption (productivity) at the same level of emissions. 1, tc packet 11-21 —11 • Holy Cross Fund — project completion o The EAB sees the opportunity of completing and /or advising projects beneficial to the community in cooperation with the Town and Holy Cross. • Open Space Protection o The EAB sees the opportunity to enhance open space as a valuable activity for the Town. o REOP Funds — Project Completion • Solar Energy Projects o The EAB is supportive of Solar Energy and other renewable energy products that produce energy independence, reduce emissions, and support sustainability. Solar Array to offset event / marketing; Marketing Board Capital Improvement Funds: o The EAB has been made aware of an exciting proposal to install a Solar Array to offset the energy usage of Town / Marketing events. Initial consideration sees this proposal as one that adds to the value of the Town's asset base, and leads the way towards less polluting energy independence. • TOSV Transportation Emissions o The EAB is inspired to work on the reduction of Transportation Emissions, as they are a significant proportion (27.3 %) of the total emissions of the Town. The 27.3% calculation is based on the 2009 data provided by the CMS Inventory of Emissions. • Solid Waste in TOSV o The EAB is inspired to work with the Public Works department to arrive at creative and effective programs for solid waste in SV. The reduction, recycling, and reuse agendas have been shown to be beneficial to communities. Additionally, the opportunity exists to explore how effectively resources are consumed before a "waste" is produced. For example, can the fertility of compostable goods be retained in the TOSV community? Both Short and Lone Term Priorities: • Sustainability as a Whole: Economic and Environment locally and globally; Critical Climate Change Action Plan. o Asa starting point, the EAB has agreed that the direction and design of the economy of Snowmass Village is a fundamental issue to be discussed, considered, and worked on. We acknowledge and agree on both the prodigious nature of the issue, and yet believe that it is so fundamental and intrinsic to the health of our community, that it must be an 1 c packet 1 —21 —11 area of consideration and advisement that the EAB works to address in collaboration with the Town Council and associated Boards. o As a Town Government, how we allocate the funds in our Town Budget has a direct influence on the design and function of our economy, and therefore our "environment ". Ultimately, how we allocate resources and influence our economy fundamentally affects TOSV's sustainability both economically and environmentally. • Educate / Legislate • Marketing & Communication of "green town" in Partner with SkiCo, and other "green" Businesses and Organizations. o The EAB aims to work in collaboration with the Council, Marketing Board and relevant companies and agencies to select projects and promote an image that is fundamentally aligned with sustainability, and provides significant positive publicity value. The EAB sees the vast potential to provide opportunities for the Town's "Brand Value" enhancement. The potential is to enliven the Snowmass brand equity, relevance, and recognition via the visibility of environmentally sophisticated initiatives that create positive media momentum. The goal is to select projects, advise as to related marketing, and thereby produce a gain in "brand enhancement" to produce exponential benefits. • Renewable energy / reduction / conservation In Summary After completion of several short-term goals in this work plan, the EAB would welcome the opportunity to return to Town Council and discuss resource needs and possible budget requirements to complete additional goals in the plan and the ensure the future success of the EAB in the long -term. tc 1--11 Attachment B Town of Snowmass Village — Environmental Sustainability Plan Updates and Successes Recreation Center: 1.) Solar thermal system on Recreation Center provides 100% of heating needs for lap lanes year round. 2.) Excess hot water used to pre -heat for showers, radiant flooring, and other domestic hot water needs. 3.) Gymnasium mechanical systems are assisted by solar thermal system. 4.) Pool complex uses salt -based chlorine generation system, as opposed to a chemical chlorine system. 5.) Uses organic fertilizer on Town Park Soccer Field. 6.) Uses raw ditch. -water to irrigate Town Park Soccer Field. Housing: 1.) Solar thermal systems on Rodeo Place homes. 2.) Using fluorescent low- voltage exterior lighting on all employee housing buildings. 3.) Purchases Energy Star appliances, low -flow fixtures, and compact fluorescent light bulbs when these items are required for employee housing renovation projects. 4.) Works with CORE and has received grants for Energy Star washers and dryers. 5.) Using TREX (post- consumer recycled material) for all affordable housing deck renovations. Transportation: 1.) LED lights installed in Transportation bay. 2.) High speed doors installed in Transportation bay. Both the lights and the doors were 90% funded by the federal TIGGER grant. 3.) Installed diesel engine idling monitors, which shut engines down after cool down. 4.) Using synthetic (long -life) vehicle and equipment oils, which increase fuel economy and reduce waste. 5.) Purchased vehicles equipped with tire inflation monitors. 6.) Operates village -wide free shuttle program that promotes "car- free ". 7.) Adopted engine idling ordinance. Public Works: 1.) Uses aqueous enzyme -based parts washers instead of traditional petroleum -based solvents to break down built up oils on equipment parts. 2.) High efficiency boiler for pre -heat on Town drive - through vehicle wash bay. 3.) Recycles water used in the Town's drive - through vehicle wash. 4.) Use water -based paints for road striping. 5.) Use Cryotech instead of Magnesium Chloride when de -icing is necessary on Town roads. This is a non - corrosive, acetate -based product that breaks down to CO2, and has no negative impact on stream water quality. tc packet 1-21 —11 6.) Sand roads with 3/8" washed chip to minimize PM -10 production. 7.) Installed a flue gas analyzer to identify efficiency declines in the Snowmelt Road snowmelt system over time. 8.) Replaced nearly all snowmelt road boilers with more efficient boilers. 9.) Limit use of CDOT road sand /salt mix to corners and shaded areas only. Paper: 1.) Town Council went paperless on its packets. 2.) Reduced printing of monthly General Ledger reports to one copy, saving approximately 8,400 sheets of paper per year. 3.) Use office paper containing 30% post- consumer waste and with fibers sourced in accordance with "Sustainable Forestry Initiative" certification requirements. 4.) Trash and recycling containers at all Town buildings and majority of Town parks. Waste office paper is made into bound note pads. 5.) File folders are reused or recycled. 6.) Use Paperwise document shredding and recycling service for Finance and Mktg. /Group Sales Depts. 7.) Magazine collection for composting Plastic Bags: 1.) Environmental Advisory Board collaborated on official statement to Town Council on the complexity of the issue. 2.) Participated in plastic bag challenge with other area ski towns. Staff /Operations: 1.) Conducted baseline analysis of town environmental indicators by completing a Carbon Footprint study in 2010. 2.) All Town buildings received energy,;.. audits. 3.) Police vehicles are parked in a garage — eliminating the need to idle vehicles in preparation for emergency response. 4.) Established a "Green" Employee of the Year award in 2010, and will be continued every year. 5.) Approximately' /2 of the Finance Dept. staff are on a flex schedule, reducing their weekly commuting on Highway 82 and Brush Creek. 6.) Town Clean -Up Day Misc: 1.) Adopted Lighting Ordinance to protect night sky from light pollution. 2.) Provides "pet pickup" bags that contain post- consumer recycled content. 3.) Uses biodegradable citrus -based cleaning supplies in many facilities and departments. 4.) Limits use of chemical pesticides and herbicides to approximately 200 501b. bags per year. 5.) Reusable glassware and tap -water provided for all Council and Planning Commission meetings — in lieu of bottled water and /or disposable cups. packet tc ®1 ®11 Attachment C Environmental Advisory Board Plastic Bag Statement The Town of Snowmass Village Environmental Advisory Board (EAB) encourages Town Council to support a phased approach, implemented over a three -year time period, to eliminate the use of disposable plastic bags in TOSV. Ways to achieve this are: Year One Education and awareness campaign. Public outreach about the impending change. Partner and collaborate with other Valley communities that are experiencing success. Year Two Implement the 20 cent fee on disposable plastic bags. Per the already established program in other towns, the monies collected from the fee are to be dedicated to an education and outreach program to support TOSV businesses (not government) in making the transition from disposable to reusable bags. Year Three The legislation ofa ban on disposable plastic bags goes into effect. The EAB would also like to comment on the broader issue at hand in this debate. While some may say a plastic bag ban is akin to putting out a forest fire with a Dixie cup, it is still an important component of this larger issue: a culture of one -time use, throw away, voraciously consumptive society we have become in only the last 30 years. It is an issue of behavior, priorities and perception that needs to be addressed. A fee and /or ban on plastic bags is a way to initiate the larger conversation pertaining to the elimination of plastic as a disposal resource. c ®11 Attachment C Environmental Advisory Board Plastic Bae Statement The Town of Snowmass Village Environmental Advisory Board (EAB) encourages Town Council to support a phased approach, implemented over a three -year time period, to eliminate the use of disposable plastic bags in TOSV. Ways to achieve this are: Year One Education and awareness campaign. Public outreach about the impending change. Partner and collaborate with other Valley communities that are experiencing success. Year Two Implement the 20 cent fee on disposable plastic bags. Per the already established program in other towns, the monies collected from the fee are to be dedicated to an education and outreach program to support TOSV businesses (not government) in making the transition from disposable to reusable bags. Year Three The legislation of a ban on disposable plastic bags goes into effect. The EAB would also like to comment on the broader issue at hand in this debate. While some may say a plastic bag ban is akin to putting out a forest fire with a Dixie cup, it is still an important component of this larger issue: a culture of one -time use, throw away, voraciously consumptive society we have become in only the last 30 years. It is an issue of behavior, priorities and perception that needs to be addressed. A fee and /or ban on plastic bags is a way to initiate the larger conversation pertaining to the elimination of plastic as a disposal resource. c packet 11 —21 —11 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: John Dresser DATE: November 21, 2011 SUBJECT: Resolution No. 34, Series of 2011 - Collection Solid Waste Fees . PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Certify Delinquent Solid Waste Fees to PitCo Treasurer for collection on tax bills. II. SUMMARY OF PROJECT Property owners have failed to pay past due solid waste fees. III. BACKGROUND SVMC Section 7 -41(b) provides that TOSV can certify delinquent solid waste accounts to PitCo for collection with tax bills. IV. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS SVMC Section 7 -41(b) V. DISCUSSION ITEMS: ALTERNATIVES AND IMPLICATIONS Should Council certify accounts for collection? VI. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Staff recommends that Town Council approve Resolution 34. A RESOLUTION OF TOWN OF S TAW RE E, TOM DELIN ASS VILLAGE INCIL I NO. 34 7011 IL OF THE TOWN SLID WASTE FEES COLLECTED PURSUANT TO SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 7 -41(b) AND IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF COLORADO FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF GENERAL TAXES WHEREAS, by adoption of Chapter 3, Article III of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, the Town of Snowmass Village has established provisions for the accumulation, collection, conveyance and disposition of Solid Waste; and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village citizens benefit from the Solid Waste services provided; and WHEREAS, property owners in the Town of Snowmass Village are required to pay fees for Solid Waste services and non - payment of such fees places a burden on the system as well as burdening citizens who timely pay such Solid Waste fees; and WHEREAS, certain property owners within the Town of Snowmass Village have not paid the Solid Waste fees due, despite numerous requests by the Town of Snowmass Village Public Works and Finance Departments and such fees are delinquent; and WHEREAS, said delinquent property owners have been given written notice that the action contemplated by this Resolution would be forthcoming; and WHEREAS, Section 7 -41(b) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code provides that Town Council must certify delinquent accounts to the Pitkin County Treasurer for inclusion on the tax lists for collection with general taxes for the current year; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Resolution is necessary for the preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: 1. That the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village hereby certifies to the Pitkin County Treasurer that the accounts listed in attached Exhibit "A" are delinquent in the amounts stated in Exhibit "A ". Exhibit "A" consists of 3 pages with 10 delinquent accounts. 2. That the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village hereby requests that the Pitkin County Treasurer place upon the tax list for the current year the certified delinquent Solid Waste accounts listed on Exhibit "A" hereto, in the amount and upon the respective real property tax account specified thereon, to 1 tc packet 1 1 ®11 TC RESO No. 11 -34 Page 2 of 2 be collected and remitted to the Town of Snowmass Village (subject to collection fees) in the manner other taxes are collected pursuant to Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 7- 41(b), and in compliance with the laws of the State for the assessment and collection of general taxes, including the laws for the sale of property for taxes and redemption of the same which shall apply. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, as amended by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 21" day of November, 2011 upon a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of in favor and opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 7 tc packet 11-21 —11 EXHIBIT "A" TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 34, SERIES OF 2011 CERTIFIED DELINQUENT SOLID WASTE FEES 1. Owner: Joe Hill Thaggard Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2456 Santa Fe, NM 87504 -2456 Legal Description: WILDRIDGE UNIT TWO, Block: 2, Lot: 36 Physical Address: 202 Lemond Place Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R002759 County Parcel Number: 264536401012 Amount Due: $971.72 —... 1 — V II RJCI IL M. rar tyKd Mailing Address: 334 McSkimming Road Aspen, CO 81611 Legal Description: MELTON RANCH UNIT THREE Block: 2, Lot: 36 Physical Address: 84 Lemond Place Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R001773 County Parcel Number: 264536402009 Amount Due: $2123.76 3. Owner: William Plucker Mailing Address: PO Box 5996 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Legal Description: MELTON RANCH UNIT ONE, Lot 10 Physical Address: 84 Terrace Drive Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R002106 County Parcel Number: 273301101004 Amount Due: $500.79 tc packet 11 -21-11 4. Owner: DBDBCOL, LLC Mailing Address: 240 N. Washington Blvd, 7th Floor Sarasota, FL 34236 Legal Description: RIDGE RUN UNIT 3, Lot 18 Physical Address: 119 Stellar Lane Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R003083 County Parcel Number: 273301403014 Amount Due: $1835.10 5. Owner: Stephen and Arna L. Sweeney Mailing Address: 15/135 Paterson Street Launceston Tasmania Australia 7250 Legal Description: MELTON RANCH UNIT ONE, Lot 3 Physical Address: 20 Martingale Lane Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number R001499 County Parcel Number: 273301101021 Amount Due: $500.79 6. Owner: Mark J. Haldeman Mailing Address: 415 East Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611 Legal Description: WILDRIDGE UNIT TWO, Block: 2, Lot: 41 Physical Address: 304 Lemond Place Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R002174 ; County Parcel Number: 264536401005 Amount Due: $2123.76 7. Owner: Mary Fiona Cowan and David Basra Mailing Address: Flat 3, 45 Queensgate Gardens London SW& England Legal Description: WOODRUN UNIT ONE, Lot: 94 Physical Address: 1581 Wood Road Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R001714 County Parcel Number: 273312201033 Amount Due: $1743.28 2 tc packet 11 ®2111 8. Owner: Wildridge Partners, LLC Mailing Address: 27 Primrose Court Carbondale, CO 81623 Legal Description: WILDRIDGE UNIT TWO, Block: 2, Lot: 4 Physical Address: 960 Sinclair Road Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R002174 County Parcel Number: 264536401005 Amount Due: $500.79 9. Owner: Charles Lee Podolak Mailing Address: PO Box 9319 Aspen, CO 81611 Legal Description: CROSSINGS AT HORSE RANCH, Lot: 17 Physical Address: 146 Rodeo Road Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R014656 County Parcel Number: 264331106717 Amount Due: $1015.80 10. Owner: David W. Lester Mailing Address: PO Box G3 Aspen, CO 81612 Legal Description: HORSE RANCH, Lot: 94 Physical ;Address: 605 Horse Ranch Drive Snowmass Village, CO County Account Number: R013585 County Parcel Number: 264331203094 Amount Due: $941.86 tc packet 11 ®1 ®11 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC DATE: November 21, 2011 SUBJECT: RESOLUTION NO. 33, SERIES OF 2011 - A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING DATES FOR REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FOR THE MONTHS OF JANUARY 2012 THROUGH DECEMBER 2012 PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Each year the Town Clerk provides meeting dates for the next full calendar year to help Town Council Members with scheduling of vacations and time out of Town as to not miss Council Meetings. I. BACKGROUND There is one month that we change meetings to Tuesdays to observe the following holiday • Monday, February 20, 2011, Presidents Day II. OTHER HEADINGS RELATED TO THE TOPIC In the months of January, July and October I am proposing to change the meeting dates to the second and fourth meetings of the month to avoid having to change meetings to Tuesday's after major holidays. This also still allows sufficient time between each Council Meeting. III. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Review and discuss, approve, modify or deny Resolution No. 33, Series of 2011. packet tc 11— ®11 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 33 SERIES OF 2011 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING DATES FOR REGULAR MI e\I^1AHIA:AE%E% \ /11 1 A^r- T0%ueaI �w w■ .ww s... ...�.w.... INGS OF THE WHEREAS, Section 2 -46 of the Municipal Code states Regular Meetings of the Town Council will occur the first and third Monday of each month; and WHEREAS, due to Holidays in the months of January, July and October, the Snowmass Village Town Council Regular Meetings will be held the second and fourth Monday's of those months; and WHEREAS, due to President's day being on Monday February 20, 2012 the second meeting in February will be on Tuesday, February 21 2012; and WHEREAS, The Town Council may by Resolution, change the date for a regular meeting; and WHEREAS, the Snowmass Village Town Council has agreed that it is necessary to establish two Regular Meeting dates for the months of January 2012 through December 2012; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of January 2012 are set as follows: January, 2012 January 9, 2012 January 23, 2012 Section Two: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of February 2012 are set as follows: February, 2012 February 6, 2012 February 21, 2012 Section Three: Meeting natas c packet 11— ®11 Res 11 -35 Page 2 of 4 Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of March 2012 are set as follows: March, 2012 March 5, 2012 March 19, 2012 Section Four: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of April 2012 are set as follows: April, 2012 April 2, 2012 April 16, 2012 Section Five: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of May 2012 are set as follows: May, 2012 May 7, 2012 May 21, 2012 Section Six: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of June 2012 are set as follows: June, 2012 June 4, 2012 June 18, 2012 Section Seven: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of July 2012 are set as follows: July, 2012 July 9, 2012 July 23, 2012 Section Eight: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of August 2012 are set as follows: packet tc 11 ® —11 Res 11 -35 Page 3 of 4 August, 2012 August 6, 2012 August 20, 2012 Section Nine: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of September 2012 are set as follows: September, 2012 September 10, 2012 September 24, 2012 Section Ten: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of October 2012 are set as follows: October. 2012 October 8, 2012 October 22, 2012 Section Eleven: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of November 2012 are set as follows: November, 2012 November 5, 2012 November 19, 2012 Section Twelve: Meeting Dates Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the month of December 2012 are set as follows: December. 2012 December 3, 2012 December 17, 2012 Section Thirteen: Severability If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid; the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution, which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. c packet 11-- —1 Res 11 -35 Page 4 of 4 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 21 st day of November 2011 upon a motion as amended made by Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and by avote of in favor and - opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM John C. Dresser Jr., Town Attorney tc packet 11-21 —11 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: RUSS FORREST, TOWN MANAGER SUBJECT: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: NOVEMBER 21, 2011 Joint Meetinq with Marketinq Board Staff is attempting to schedule a joint meeting of the Town Council and the Marketing, Special Events and Group Sales Board and Special Events Board, and we are looking at December 7th from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. However, there are several conflicts with Marketing Board members with that date but staff will review any scheduling issues with Council this evening. The proposed agenda `for this meeting includes: 1) Review the history of the Marketing, Special Events and Group Sales Board 2) Governance structure of Marketing Board 3) Presentation of Business Plan for 2012. Sister City Program The Aspen Sister City committee meets at 5PM the second Tuesday of every month (except in May). The meetings take place in the Sister Cities room at the Aspen City Hall. If you want staff to attend a future meeting we are more than happy to do that. At the November 7th meeting, the Town Council expressed interest in participating in a future sister city meeting. Items/Strategic Plan Updated on November 15, 2011 The following Table is a summary of the action plan from the various topics discussed at the retreat in January of 2011. Action Priority Timing Who Base Village Next Steps 1 When Foreclosure is Russ Forrest completed Economic /Fiscal Actions 1 - STO Metrics -Basic framework for a Susan Hamley metric agreed to by FAB and MSE &GS Board. October 17th - Following up on final business plan and governance on December 5th c packet 11-21 —11 -March 21, 2011 - Summer Events/ (Complete) Marketing - June 6, 2011 /July 5, Marianne R. Sales Tax Study March, July, 2012 Marianne R. - Financial Updates Budget Review occurred in September Ice Age Discovery 1 Final report given to 501c3 will move - Complete Business Council on August 15, forward with long - Plan 2011. 501 c3 will move term actions /STO forward with will continue implementation. TOSV operation of will renew lease at exhibit center current exhibit center Housing - Housing Policy for 1 (Complete) Chris Conrad Development - Housing Projects 3 - Guidelines completed Joe Coffey on June 20'. - Council gave authorization for final phase of Rodeo on July 5m Environment - Environmental 2 EAB's formed and Lesley /EAC Advisory Board working on plastic bag (EAB) issue and SW. EAB discussion with Council on November 21st - REOP Policy May 2, 2011 (approved Mark Kittle Discussion 2 "d Reading) Urban Renewal Authority 2 Council asked that Russell Forrest information on a URA be made available to members that have questions. No meetings tanned at this time. Capital Improvement 3 August 1 & September Hunt Walker,; Process 12 th . On Sept 12 Council identified high priority project which Staff will - develop more detailed budgets and action plans Solid Waste Collection 3 Staff is recommending Hunt Walker EAB review and then w with Council Other Pending Actions The following is a summary of actions that either the Council has requested or actions staff has proposed. Staff Action ' I Status I Date to follow -up Pedestrian Crossing Recommendations 3 September 6t'-Complete Art Smythe, David Peckler, & Hunt Planning Chris Conrad Sign Code Walker West Village Transportation 3 Reviewed with the CIP David Peckler Facilities on August 1 at and 15tH Council Planning Council asked that staff Staff will review input from customers December 5, review previous planning on the development review process 2011 work on this project at a and make recommendations on future meeting . - Staff Development 3 July 5 -(Complete). Russ Forrest Town Fiscal Sustainability 3 September 12 Marianne and paperless packet. Staff has purchased Com lete Russ Forrest Other Pending Actions The following is a summary of actions that either the Council has requested or actions staff has proposed. Staff Action ' I Status I Date to follow -up Contact I w/ Council Planning Chris Conrad Sign Code Planning will review current sign code December 5, and discuss revisions with the Town 2011 Council Planning Development Staff will review input from customers December 5, Review Process on the development review process 2011 and make recommendations on improving the process. Town Clerk Rhonda Paperless Council directed Staff to implement a October 3, 2011 Coxon Packets for paperless packet. Staff has purchased Council (Pads to implement this direction. Public Works Public Works Creation of a Council requested that a discussion be Trails Committee parking area scheduled in the future with input from update to Council across from staff on the costs and other design on Master Public Work site implications for creating trail head planning new trail for the Tom parking that historically was there. This systems Blake Trail idea has been integrated into the planning for new trails on Town and Count Droste lands. Public Information Officer Lesley PTRAB Invite PTRAB to meeting to review December 19 Compagnone expectations, previous accomplis' its, and future plans. 14 Q Prepare a memo on these topics for the Council's packet. Lesley Review sister There was interest by two Council November 7 TM Compagnone city materials members to attend a sister city meeting Report- Council with Council in a in Aspen and to review previously expressed TM report prepared materials on the topic interest in attending a future Aspen Sister City Meeting c packet 1 —11 3rd Draft SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA DECEMBER 05, 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: ASPEN SKI COMPANY SEASONAL UPDATE (Time: 60 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Listen to presentation by Ski Company and provide questions or comments. —Mike Kaplan Item No. 5: DISCUSSION — POLICY DIRECTION AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO STAFF: REGARDING POTENTIAL LAND USE CODE AMENDMENTS TO IMPROVE REVIEW PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES (Time: 60 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Discuss and provide direction to staff concerning potential code amendments - -Chris Conrad Item No. 6: DISCUSSION — COMMUNITY SIGNAGE REGULATIONS RELATING TO TEMPORARY OFF - PREMISE AND SANDWICH BOARD SIGNAGE (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Discuss and provide direction to staff concerning enforcement and potential code amendments - -Chris Conrad Item No. 7 MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) -- Russell Forrest ................... ...........................Page (TAB ) Item No. 8: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING .............................. ............................... ..Page (TAB) packet tc -° --1' 12 -05 -11 TC Page 2 of 2 Item No. 9: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: ................................... ............................... ) Page (TAB Item No. 10: COUNCIL COMM ''ENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS ................ ............................... ................Page (TAB ) Item No. 11: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approx 2 hours (excluding items 1 -3 and 8 —11) 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.