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(n 3 _.0 3 O Q fD 0'Q O D O (D (A =3 O Q :3 n 0) r-f- O O V) W O O O 71� -1 IV O �p O 3 N N Ln x ors O CD r+ o cn x O (7 w O w 3 Cn I I D 00 v, p O r°+ O cn O I I CD O N to 3 CD r� O I I Oq tn 00 i b oa 6 PART -TIME RESIDENTS ADVISORY BOARD October 10, 2011 Dear Mayor Bill Boineau; Council Members John Wilkinson, Markey Butler, Fred Kucker, Jason Haber; Russ Forrest; Ice Age Discovery Committee (Tusk Force) Members; and Snowmass Village Community: Our community has said that it aspires to be an "inclusive resort community seen by others as welcoming and always responsible stewards of our society" so that, if or "[w]hen successful, Snowmass Village will assure our future as a sustainable resort community. Each community member plays a critical role in setting, and working toward achieving, the community's values and aspirations. The depth and breadth of the experience, wisdom, and public service that our community members including part-time residents have already given, and continue to give, add significant value to our community. As community members, and as representatives of the part-time residents, we continue to seek to serve our community, including continuing to serve in areas in which part-time residents were instrumental in helping move our community forward. Due to concerns regarding recent events whereby part-time resident representation has not been included on the Board of Directors of the non -profit corporation, we had no choice but to adopt the following motion: Unless part-time residents are represented on the Board of Directors of the non- profit corporation that will be created as a result of the Ice Age Discovery Committee's recommendations (whose recommendations were approved by Council on 08/15/11), the Snowmass Village Part-time Residents Advisory Board will not participate in or endorse any related fundraising activities. Respectfully yours, Part-time Residents Advisory Board Colleen Doyle, Chair George Bletsas, Vice Chair John Barrett Mel Blumenthal Greer Fox John Michelman Victor Rauch Rhonda Coxon Frorn: Russell Forrest Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2011 9:03 AM To: Rhonda Coxon; Chris Conrad; Hunt Walker Cc: John Dresser Subject: FW: tennis structure proposal Original Message---- From: wcharris jmailto :harris.wendy @comcast.net] Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 10:48 AM To: Bill Boineau; Fred Kucker; Jason Haber; John Wilkinson; Markey Butler Cc: Russell Forrest Subject: tennis structure proposal dear tosv council members and mayor, i encourage you to weigh your options, look at long term ramifications, the impacts to the entrance of the village and town residents when considering a tennis bubble. i am not in favor of this amenity as i do not believe it is a viable venture or an exact fit with our mountain culture and the ideals of snowmass village as a township. there are times in all businesses with proposals that seem to fit some areas of the defined structure of the organization. the success lies in being able to look at that structure and ask what other areas of the business are doing well and if the proposal goes through will those other areas suffer? Our culture and viability in snowmass village thrives and depends on guest relations, approval and satisfaction. it is difficult to say no. we must realize and need to take a hard look at the future of our village and the goals that we have set for ourselves. is an enclosed structure directly across from a beautiful new neighborhood that we are so proud of really going to quench our local and valley residents thirst for play significantly? will it improve the aesthetics of our park and surrounding area? if it is deemed that this proposed tennis bubble will be profitable is it still good for the town to move forward? i believe in this case that it will show sound judgment to decline such an entity as i believe that we will be compromising our mission and integrity as a village. wendy harris po box 5692 snowmass village, co 81615 harris.wendy@comcast.net 970.618.7512 1 TOM O WA OCT 6 2011 Bill Boineau: Snowmass Village Mayor Russ Forrest: Town of Snowmass Village Manager Chris Conrad: Planning Director Town of Snowmass Village Snowmass Village Town Council Members: Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, John Wilkinson Delivered Via Email to: Rhonda Coxon, Snowmass Village Town Clerk at RCoxon@tosv.com Hard copy hand delivered. RE: Tennis Bubble at Town of Snowmass Village Recreation Center October 3, 2011 Good Day. We are writing this letter in response to the application for Special Review being submitted on behalf of ACE -IT by the Director of Public Works, Hunt Walker. We attended the 9/6/11 presentation made to the Town Council by ACE -IT to request the permission to submit this application. Our intent is to respond to a few key points and issues made during their presentation. We are Snowmass Village Residents; we own the home at 405 Stallion Circle in Rodeo Place. 1. It was stated by ACE -IT several times in the presentation that there would be no impact: On ACE -IT's website www.rfvtennis.org there was a 2 page document titled "Aspen Community Effort for Indoor Tennis Seasonal Indoor Tennis Facility Site Selection Summary this is a summary written at the time ACE -IT was working with the City of Aspen to enclose the tennis courts at the Aspen Golf Course with a temporary bubble structure. Wording in this summary speaks to the fact that there will be a visual impact that it is acknowledged by ACE -It. This document was taken down a few days after the September 6, 2011 meeting with Snowmass Village Town Council. New information was posted reflecting the new proposed location in Snowmass Village. Attached is a printed copy of the summary as it was posted on their website. On page one, paragraph five "Visual Impacts" the opening statement reads "Wherever this facility is located there will be visual impacts." Later in this paragraph it is stated "Aspen's main tennis center is already located at the Golf and Tennis Center, and only that existing foot print will be used. No trails will be affected. There are already fences and parking visible from the highway. The existing courts are 12 feet below the highway reducing impact somewhat. Visual impact is limited to seeing the structure while driving by. No views are blocked, and there are no individual property owners significantly impacted." During the presentation made to Council it was stated several times that there would be no impact. This is contrary to the findings stated by them in the attached summary. Clearly ACE -IT does understand that though the bubble will sit on the original footprint not creating an impact in the circumference, it will create a significant height impact. This will be one of the first things the eye will be drawn to when entering the village, rather than the beauty of the surrounding area, including our crown jewels, Capitol Peak, Mount Daly and our ski area. It degrades the beautiful entrance to Snowmass Village. This structure will be larger than the gym currently existing at the recreation center. It is our understanding that the gym is 117ft in length, 56ft wide and 30ft high in the front facing Brush Creek Rd and 26ft high on the side that is the back of the building. The bubble enclosure will require a 35ft minimum with a recommendation of 38ft. height over the center net. Information available at http: /www.xsports.com /msrmnts.htmi, to cover two courts the width will need to be at least 120ft long and 120ft wide. Gym, back side 117ft long x 56ft wide x 26ft high Court size 120ft long x 60ft wide Bubble, approx. size 120ft long x 120ft wide x 38ft high (size of two courts, bubble may be larger.) To cover four courts would be twice the size or four gyms. Visually it is the same as taking the gym off its foundation and setting the floor on top of the existing 10' fence around the tennis courts. This is a massive structure. It will be in the view of any homeowner that overlooks the valley going down Brush Creek Road including, Fox Run, Ridge Run, Meadow Ranch, Melton Ranch, Wildridge Horse Ranch. It is also very distressing that this structure will literally be less than 25 yards from our front door Ace It does seem to understand the visual impact this facility will create wherever it is located, though they stated several times there were no impacts. OCT -5' 2011 RECEIVED 2. Reference was made to the facility in Steamboat Springs and the revenue it brought to Steamboat by hosting large tennis tournaments. We checked this out online .http://www.los.com/fac about.php and it is a very large facility with 10 outdoor courts 6 indoor courts in a permanent structure that includes seating for approximately 40 people to watch tournament. The type of facility we would be putting in Snowmass Village would not be on this scale so it is doubtful that it would attract these large tournaments bringing people to stay in the village to shop and eat. The other facility mentioned in Colorado was also a permanent structure not a bubble.... seems there must be a reason for this as the Snowmass Club has and now the Aspen Club is getting rid of these temporary bubbles. Park City Utah was the last mentioned and it is a bubble. 3. One of the estimates presented was that 1 in 4 of our winter visitor's doesn't ski. What is the source of this information? Is there some evidence pointing to the fact that this 25% will play indoor tennis? What percentage of the 1 in 4 will play tennis? It is our belief that people come here to ski or snowboard in the winter. 4. Is it a fact, backed up with hard figures that the indoor tennis bubble will support itself with the additional memberships at the recreation center? Have all the costs really been examined, set up and take down yearly, operational and maintenance expenses, staff to schedule the playing times, storage of the fence in winter and bubble in summer? It is obviously expensive to put up and take down the bubble. It is our fear that once up, it would remain up due to the expense involved, becoming permanent. Who pays the bill for these costs if there isn't a large enough increase in membership? The taxpayers. 5. This change would also mean the loss of the free tennis courts for public use that the community now enjoys. 6. Noise, Light Environmental Pollution: This was not addressed. After some research we learned that the bubble structure requires an air inflation system that runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is our understanding that the noise generated is the same as having a commercial air conditioning unit running on the exterior of a building housing a restaurant. These are somewhat loud. Most common types of inflation system run on one of the following: gas, diesel or propane. 7. Will this add to the hours of the tennis court and will it be lit up at night? 8. Our family and neighborhood will be greatly impacted on a daily basis, 24 hours per day, not a couple of hours a few times a week. Impacts that include the light, noise and loss of our view to a white bubble wall that is at a minimum 38' high and 120' long. 9. After considerable thought with the upmost respect, we ask that when council votes on this issue again council member John Wilkinson recues himself from the vote due to his disclosure of the fact is that Beth Mehall from ACE IT is his friend and neighbor. In his disclosure council member Wilkinson stated that he wanted to do the right thing by the community. In our view that would be his recusal. 10. Lastly, we ask that the town keep us informed about the review schedule for this project. Will there be any required Public Hearings that allow for public comment? If this is the process please keep us informed as well as our neighbors at Rodeo Place. We would love to be apprised of the schedule so that we will have a chance to give our input concerning our village community and our neighborhood. Of the many concerns there are about this request we felt these were the most serious. Please vote no on this addition to the Town of Snowmass Village. We appreciate the job you all do and understand the hard decisions you have to make at times. Thank you for taking the time to consider our concerns. Sincerely Eldon and Kelly Freeman cc: enclosures /attachments Aspen Community Effort for Indoor Tennis OCT d 5 2011 Seasonal Indoor Tennis Facility Site Selection Summary RECEIVED ACE -IT and the Aspen Recreation Department have studied possible sites for indoor tennis for the last three years. The City of Aspen currently has two tennis facilities: The first is Aspen Golf and Tennis Center off Highway 82, with six outdoor har -tru surface courts. The second site is Iselin with two hard courts located near the ARC. There are currently no plans to build additional courts. Although other sites were considered, and may still evolve in the distant future, the above sites were our primary focus. If, at a later date, finances and circumstances dictated a currently unidentified additional location where courts could be constructed, the same structure could, at that time, be used at that location. The Aspen Golf and Tennis Center emerged as the clear solution. Below is a summary of primary considerations taken into account. Flexibility: The Golf and Tennis Center Site is the only site that can accommodate two to four courts using the existing set -up with very little added infrastructure. Iselin, can accommodate two courts, with three the maximum possible, using the existing two courts and expanding west toward the berm. Three courts would require significant and costly foundation work on west side, and the construction of an additional court. It would also entail slight encroachment into trails. Especially with the addition of the new artificial turf field adjacent to the court area, there would never be room to expand. Park City fills seven indoor public courts with much longer hours than Aspen is proposing. Steamboat fills six. Limiting Aspen to two or three courts is very short sighted, limits programs, and limits financial potential resulting in increased cost to users. Existing Layout: The existing layout of the Golf and Tennis Center allows for storage, reception, viewing and office space between the two sets of courts with no additional construction or foundation. Foundation for a similar area at Iselin would need to be constructed. Furthermore, the existing layout at the Golf and Tennis Center allows for covering either two courts or four, (structures can be expanded or reduced with panels) so there is a great deal of flexibility. Existing Infrastructure: The Golf and Tennis Center has infrastructure in place that is underutilized in the winter. There is plenty of parking, existing restrooms and lockers, a restaurant, and it is on the main bus line. At Iselin, ARC restrooms are much further away meaning additional restrooms may need to be built. Parking is already overcrowded, and although tennis would not generate a significant increase, convenience for tennis players would be impacted, especially at peak times when the high school lots are already needed for overflow. Any additional demand for parking is a concern at the ARC. Visual Impacts: Wherever this facility is located there will be visual impacts. The Golf and Tennis Center is in our main corridor, whereas Iselin is not. Aspen prides itself on being a highly active community and having facilities to accommodate those activities. We have chosen to allow chairlifts to run up our mountains. There is a half pipe at the base of buttermilk, artificial turf and lights at the high school. Aspen's main tennis center is already located at the Golf and Tennis Center, and only that existing footprint will be used. No trails will be affected. There are already fences and parking visible from the highway. The existing courts are 12 feet below the highway, reducing impact somewhat. Visual impact is limited to seeing the structure while driving by. No views are blocked, and there are no individual property owners significantly impacted. The structure is white, and will be up primarily while its surroundings are also white. Landscaping and large tree planting is planned, and can soften the impact to some degree. TOWN OF &NOMi` ASS V;U AGE OCT 52011 Court Preparation Cost savings: Every year the recreation department spends time wi courts. The lines must be removed before winter sets in. In the spring, several weeks of mai required to recondition the clay after it has been under snow. Covering four of these courts in the winter will result in significant cost and time savings, because only routine maintenance would be necessary. Savings could more than cover the set up and take down of the structure, and the courts would be ready for outdoor use earlier. If the structure were at another location, there would not be this benefit. Continuity: Aspen's existing programs are currently run out of the Golf and Tennis Center as all six courts are needed. Continuity, other than a few days for set up and take down of the structure, would be seamless using this site in the winter as well. Proximity to public transportation and schools: An advantage of the Iselin site is its proximity to schools. Both sites are on existing bus routes and near existing stops. The Golf Course Site is on the main route. Surface: Significant consideration was given to the existing surfaces (hard at Iselin vs hartru- clay at the Golf and Tennis Center) and how these surfaces would respond to being enclosed. Hartru courts require moisture, which is currently turned off when the courts are unused in the winter to prevent freezing. Welch, The company that built the hartru courts, was consulted and confirmed that with minimal retrofitting, pipes can be valued to isolate those needing water circulation, and freezing will not be an issue. This is a common practice and is of no concern. (See letter attached) Additionally, vendors and similar facilities were contact to review potential condensation issues inside the structure. Vendors confirmed that improvements in air flow have reduced problems experienced with older structures. Similar structures (notably a three year -old four court clay bubble in Colorado Springs, which is very similar to the one proposed) are not experiencing problems. Covenants: Current covenants at Iselin limit construction. No new structures are allowed to be built for another two years. Waiting is an option, but with the above limitations there is no reason why this would become a preferred site later, and no reason to delay year round tennis. Conclusion: Indoor tennis in the valley is long overdue, and the demand is only growing. The Golf and Tennis Center site IS the tennis center in Aspen. The city has no plans to create additional courts, and doing so would create more of an impact than using an existing foot print and existing infrastructure. Currently, courts sitting empty and unused in the winter at the Golf and Tennis Center site create their own aesthetic impact. Enclosing those courts uses an existing footprint and existing, underutilized infrastructure, therefore creating less impact than any other location. It is, of course a very visible site, off highway 82, and this is a concern. However, the impacts here are limited primarily to seeing the structure while driving by. The site is 12 feet below Highway 82. It does not impact any trails or views, and it will be a temporary structure over an existing facility. ACE -IT and the Recreation Department propose jointly that the Aspen Golf and Tennis Center be the future site of year -round public tennis. Xsports Recommended Tennis Court Layout Page 1 of 1 x "Stinging Tennis Technology to the World" Tel: (516) 767 -9114 Fax: (516) 767 -7545 AVOSS VJIL 3 C4,� OCT 5 2011 a, odr Y` RECEIVED &U11. {�cRE �,s'GpG14T16?{ Guide Specifications for the General Requirements and Conditions Revised 1988 Recommended Tennis Court Layout (Not to Scale) �d4 21' ar—F 4 2 r i t lx SIDE LINE POST ALLEY LINE LEFT RIGHT I w SERVICE SERVICE ?:3 E" Oj COURT z J w a COURT w z (n LU d U w d J c U m V J w CENTER SERVICE LINE �Sf Y z Uj RIGHT LEFT vi m U' SERVICE r SERVICE LU COURT Ow COURT r i 79' SIDE SCREEN Back to Tennis Court Dimensions and Related Measurements "When you play with the best, you are the winner. http://www.xsports.con 11/3/2011 Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs, Colorado Page I of I 3 A. 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OCT 5 2011 RECEIVED http://www. about.php 11/3/2011 Rhonda Coxon From: Russell Forrest Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2011 8:54 AM To: Rhonda Coxon; Chris Conrad; Hunt Walker Cc: John Dresser Subject: FW: Tennis bubble Original Message---- From: wcharris jmailto :harris.wendy0comcast.netl Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 5:08 PM To: Bill Boineau; Fred Kucker; Jason Haber; John Wilkinson; Markey Butler; Russell Forrest Subject: Tennis bubble I totally disagree with my wife (that never happens!). I think the tennis bubble would be a great amenity for us and our kids. It would be a shame to miss this opportunity if someone is willing to pay for it. My two cents. Worth every penny. Kevin Harris i R r EAGLEARUNES'' 1P IVAN-110 ,n, ,,,,w American Eagle offers nonstop jet service to Aspen /Snowmass (ASE) form Dallas Ft Worth, TX (DFW) and Los Angeles, CA (LAX) Convenient for local travelers or hundreds of American Airlines and American Eagle connecting flights! 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This application package contains the following materials: Minimum Contents Rodeo Place Lots 1, 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment to Final Plat (1 page) Written Description: Rodeo Place Lots 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment to Final Plat (4 pages) Draft Minor Amendment Plat: Lots 1, 4 and Open Space A, Rodeo Place, Town of Snowmass Village, County of Pitkin, State of Colorado (1 2436 sheet) Draft Improvement Survey, Minor Amendment Plat: Lots 1, 4 and Open Space A, Rodeo Place Town of Snowmass Village,_ County of Pitkin, State of Colorado (1 2436 sheet) Draft amendment of Resolution 39, Series 2006 (7 pages) Proposed Lot 4 architectural site plan, floor plans and elevations (1 2436 sheet) Included are 3 copies of the entire application in 11x17 format and 2 copies each of the Plat, Improvement Survey and Architectural Plans. Please accept this application for a Determination of Completeness as defined in Section 16A -5 -50. Sincerely, Daniel R. Rotner, AIA Senior Architect, Coburn Development, Inc. Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, #203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303 -442 -3351 www.cobumdev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 8/31/20111 Minimum Contents Rodeo Place Lot 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment to Final Plat 1. For all applications per Sec. 16A-5-40 1.1 Applicant's contact information: Daniel R. Rotner, AIA Senior Architect Coburn Development, Inc 3020 Carbon Place, #203 Boulder, CO 80301 P. 303 442 -3351 F. 303 447 -3933 drotner@coburndev.com See attached copy of e -mail dated 05/28/09 from Russell Forrest, Town Manager, authorizing Coburn as the applicant for this project. 1.2 Legal Description: The legal description is included on the Subdivision Plat Minor Amendment document 1.3 Disclosure of Ownership: A current title commitment is included as part of this application. 1.4 Written Description: See the following Written Description: Rodeo Place Lots 1, 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment of Final Plat. 1.5 Vicinity Map: A vicinity map is included on the Subdivision Plat Minor Amendment document 1.6 Other maps: Additional drawings have been provided per the minimum contents required for the application for Minor Amendment of Final Plat as listed below. 1.7 Base Fee: Fees have been waived for this application for development approval on Town owned property. See attached copy of e -mail dated 05/28/09 from Russell Forrest, Town Manager, waiving fees for this application. 2. For a Minor Amendment of Final Plat per Sec. 16A-5-540(2) 2.1 Minimum Contents for any application as listed above. 2.2 Written Description: See the following Written Description: Rodeo Place Lot 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment of Final Plat. 2.3 Other Information: a. Draft Minor Amendment Plat: Lot 4 and Open Space A, Rodeo Place, Town of Snowmass Village, County of Pitkin, State of Colorado b. Draft Improvement Survey, Minor Amendment Plat: Lot 4 and Open Space A, Rodeo Place, Town of Snowmass Village, County of Pitkin, State of Colorado c. Redlined copy of Resolution 15, Series 2010 with proposed revisions to language for an new adopting resolution for a Minor Amendment Plat addressing Lot 4. d. Proposed Lot 4 architectural site plan, floor plans and elevations Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, #203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303 442 -3351 www.cobumdev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 8/31/20112 Written Description: Rodeo Place Lot 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment to Final Plat This application for Minor Amendment to Final Plat has two primary objectives: 1. Adjustment of the lot line boundary between Lot 4 and Open Space A to create a buildable lot per the requirements of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use Code 2. Revisions to Resolution 15, Series 2010 which are intended to revise language in the resolution to be consistent with the proposed changes to Lot 4. Lot 4 and Open Space A lot line adjustment The purpose of the lot line adjustment between Lot 4 and Open Space A is to allow Lot 4 to be a conforming lot for development of a residential dwelling unit consistent with the original subdivision application. a. The recorded plat allocates 3,323 s.f. of land area to Lot 4 which complies with the minimum lot area of 3,000 in the MF zone district but is below the minimum lot area required for development of a residential dwelling unit. b. The proposed amended plat defines a lot line revision between Lot 4 and Open Space A that creates a lot with a land area of 5,051 s.f., adequate for development of a 2 bedroom single family residence consistent with the original subdivision application. c. No change is proposed to the platted drainage easement running over the property. d. No change is proposed to the building envelope. e. No change is proposed to the maximum floor area allowed on the lot. f. No change is proposed to the existing utilities serving this lot. Water and sewer connections have been provided as a part of the approved utility plan and subsequent infrastructure installation. Revisions to Resolution 15 Series 2010 The proposed changes to the language affect multiple areas of the resolution and are intended to redefine the language for a new resolution adopting an amended Subdivision Plat for Lot 4 and address the following issues: a. Revisions to the Sections 1 and 2 of the Resolution, General and Specific Findings, redefining the language in these sections to allow for the development of Lot 4. b. Revisions to the amendment language in Section 3 of the Resolution to include Lot 4 in the criteria defining Maximum Height, Maximum FAR and Subdivision Layout c. Revisions to Section 4 defining the new amendment to the Subdivision Plat related to Lot 4. d. Revisions to Section 5 addressing the Lot 4 Minor Amendment Plat. Analysis of compliance with the Review Standards for a Minor Amendment of Final Plat a. Consistent with subdivision: o The proposed plans are consistent with the single family home and duplex character of the existing subdivision. Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, 4203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303 -442 -3351 www.coburndev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 8/31/20113 No changes are proposed to the building envelopes established on the original plat. The adopted original adopting resolution for the subdivision, Resolution 39, Series 2006 approved a subdivision with 25 lots and 29 units. This minor amendment would result in a subdivision with 24 lots and 29 units. The proposed revisions to the Lot 4 lot lines allow for this to be a conforming single family home lot. Again, the goal is to allow for the construction of 29 units as approved for the original subdivision. b. No adverse impacts: The proposed changes are consistent with the original subdivision application and no adverse impacts are created. o Relocation of the lot line on Lot 4 to the centerline of the drainage easement allows this to be a conforming lot. The function of the drainage easement is protected by restrictive language on the Minor Amendment Plat and the building envelope is not changed from the recorded plat to avoid adverse impacts c. Not change character: The proposed revisions are consistent with the original approved Subdivision plan. o The single family home on Lot 4 was anticipated in the original subdivision plan application. This will be the smallest single family home in Rodeo Place d. Comply with other applicable standards: The proposed revisions are consistent with the original subdivision application and resolution. The findings contained in the resolution confirmed compliance with the applicable subdivision standards. No nonconforming conditions are adjusted to increase the non conformity of any lots or structures Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, #203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303 442 -3351 www.coburndev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 8/31/20114 September 27, 2011 COBURN Bob Nevins creating great places" Contract Planner Town of Snowmass Village 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Rodeo Place Lot 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment of Final Plat, Dear Mr. Nevins, Attached are revised application materials for a Minor Amendment of Final Plat for the Rodeo Place Subdivision Lot 4 Open Space A in response to your Application Completion Review of September 21, 2011. This application package contains the following materials: Redlined Application Completion Review indicating responses to incomplete items. Revised Written Description: Rodeo Place Lots 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment to Final Plat (4 pages) Revised Proposed Lot 4 architectural site plan, floor plans and elevations (2 2436 sheets) Included are 3 copies of the revised application materials in 11x17 format and 2 copies each of the Architectural Plans. Please let us know if additional materials are required to complete this application. Sincerely, Daniel R. Rotner, AIA Senior Architect, Coburn Development, Inc. CEIVED SEP 8 2011 i fits(ifzti 'IDGIV- IOPMent Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, #203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303442 -3351 www.cobumdev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 9/27/20111 September 27, 2011 The application document has been revised as noted below in red underlined text. Daniel R. Rotner, Al Coburn Development, Inc drotner @coburndev.com To: Dan Rotner, Coburn Development, Inc. From: Snowmass Village Planning Department RE: Minor Amendment of Final Plat -Rodeo Place Subdivision Application Completion Review Date: 21 September 2011 Section 16a -5 -50 Staff review of application: Staff determines the application received September 1, 2011 for a Minor Amendment of Final Plat -Rodeo Place Subdivision to be "Incomplete" with the deficiencies indentified below. The deficiencies need to be remedied in a timely manner so Staff can prepare the required Public Notices and complete its Staff Report and Draft Resolution for inclusion, if possible, into the Town Council packet for the meeting on October 17. Staff is available to meet with the Applicant and to discuss the proposed amendment, application requirements, review standards and review process. Municipal Code Section 16A- 5- 450(1)b. Minor Amendment of Final Plat, shall comply with: Procedures of Subsection (2) Procedures for minor amendment of final plat: a. Pre application conference is mandatory prior to submission of an application. Has not occurred. If you are not in town perhaps Chris can meet with Joe or Bob Kaufman. We need to coordinate the public notice mailing and posting schedule. We intend to advertise in Snowmass Sun next week and target the October 17 meeting for action. b. Submission of application. 1. Minimum contents as specified in Section 16A- 5- 40(b): (a) Authorization. (1) Owner's permission. We will accept Russ Forrest's August 22 email which implies he has consented to allowing "Coburn and Rudd to move forward... The Town Manager still needs to authorize a waiver of Planning fees. See attached copy of e- mail from Russ Forrest (b) Minimum contents. (1) Name, address, telephone number and power of attorney. We will accept Russ Forrest's August 22 email which implies he has consented to allowing "Coburn and Rudd to move forward..." as the owner's representative. (2) Legal description. Complete. (3) Disclosure of ownership. Complete. (4) Written description. Incomplete but accepted to commence review. Is this Rodeo Place Subdivision- Second Minor Amendment? Yes, this has been clarified in the new "Summary and Background" section. Clearly specify the amount of land in SF /AC that is being re- platted from Open Space A to Lot 4 and state the revised totals for these two areas; the building envelope area (net developable) should also be identified in relationship to the other single-family lots /house sizes -how does this lot compare? See revisions to "Lot 4 and Open Space Lot Line Adjustment" section Has the project density increased by this Amendment and if so by how much -24 lots /29 units (increase of 1 unit instead of a neighborhood park on Lot 4) from the initial approval of 24 total lots 127 units with neighborhood park on Lot 4 to 24 total lots /28 units (First Amendment -2 duplexes /Lot 1 instead of a tri- plex)and a neighborhood park on Lot 4? No change in the approved overall unit count and density is proposed A brief background summary of the project and an outline of the modifications that have occurred (and when) would be helpful for the decision- makers and public. See the new "Summary and Background section. (5) Vicinity Map. Complete. (6) Other maps: Incomplete but optional. Proposed floor plans need to be dimensioned with floor area summary table; it is also advisable to include a Context Map showing the footprints of the other residences and driveways in the neighborhood to show relative scale, building orientation and access /parking. Photos of the lot and its relationship to the drainage easement and the adjacent homes should also be included as part of the application See the attached revised site plan and unit plans /elevations We would prefer to present photographs and site diagrams in the Council presentation if that is acceptable (7) Base fee. Incomplete- see (a)(1) above for fee waiver by Town Manager. See attached copy of a -mail from Russ Forrest 2. Written statement. See (b)(4) above. 3. Other information. See (b)(6) above. Standards of Subsection (3) Review standards: Not required for initial submission but it is recommended you consider the following comments: a. Consistent with original subdivision. Incomplete- explain "how" this proposal is consistent with the intent of the original subdivision (I believe the original proposal included 25 lots, but Council approved a 24 -lot subdivision to minimize impacts to The Crossings and is this proposal considered to be an "enhancement" and if so, explain "why" it is. See additional explanation b. No substantially adverse impact. incomplete -need to explain "why" and /or "how" the proposed 2 -story house will not have an adverse visual impact on the existing adjacent residents and "why" the elimination of the neighborhood park will not have an adverse impact on the enjoyment of the land abutting upon or across the street. See additional explanation c. Not change character. Incomplete -need to address the issue of "character" and how the proposal is consistent with the subdivision in terms of siting, scale, architecture, materials, colors, landscaping, etc. Asa note, Lot 4 was originally platted as a lot, but not approved for single-family development due to its size, shape and relationship to the street and drainage easement. See additional explanation d. Comply with other applicable standards. Incomplete- explain how the proposed amendment meets the intent of the original subdivision approval and the standards as set forth in the adopted Resolution. The original subdivision application proposed29 units on 25 -lots that were platted to the centerline of the ditch easement; Council then approved 28 units on 24 -lots that did not include lot areas within the ditch easement, eliminated a lot that abutted The Crossings I and designated Lot 4 as a neighborhood park or other use. See "Summary and Background" section. Written Description: Rodeo Place Lot 4 Open Space A, application for Minor Amendment to Final Plat This application for Minor Amendment to Final Plat has two primary objectives: 1. Adjustment of the lot line boundary between Lot 4 and Open Space A to create a buildable lot per the requirements of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use Code 2. Revisions to Resolution 15 Series 2010 which are intended to revise language in the resolution to be consistent with the proposed changes to Lot 4. Summary and Background This application addresses the Town of Snowmass Village's request for a Second Minor Amendment to the Rodeo Place Subdivision Plat. This amendment, if approved, will allow for the development of a single family detached dwelling unit on Lot 4 of the Rodeo Place Subdivision. The General Findings in the original Resolution approving the Rodeo Place Subdivision, Resolution No. 39, Series of 2006, noted that "The Subdivision Plat creates twenty -five (25) lots, that contain one (1) triplex unit: two (2) duplexes; and twenty -two (22) single family homes for a total of twenty -nine affordable units on 8.55 acres. At buildout, "Rodeo Place" has the potential for a maximum density of 3.4 units /acre." The goal of this application is to allow the Town of Snowmass Village to exercise the full development rights granted in the original subdivision approval in its mission to provide affordable housing to the citizens of the municipality. The following considerations are relevant to this application: a. The original approving Resolution noted that "Lot 4 may be platted as a lot and utilized as a neighborhood park/tot lot or other approved use" This application proposes that the "other approved use" should be a dwelling unit consistent with the approved unit count and density of the subdivision. b. The original approving Resolution noted that "Lots 3 4 5 13 14 23 24 25 could interfere with storm flows and therefore, they shall be reconfigured so that the lot lines do not go to the centerline of the drainage easement" This application proposes that the lot line reconfiguration be replaced with a restrictive easement that accomplishes the same objective of preventing storm flow interference. c. The original approving Resolution noted that "Applicant shall provide further study of Lots 5 -10 and if there is a reduction in the total number of residential lots it shall be processed as a Minor Amendment of Final Plat" This study resulted in the elimination of two lots along the project's east property line to reduce the potential impact of the project on neighboring property owners. This change eliminated a lot for one small home of approximately 1,300 s.f., that was originally planned to be located along that portion of the project boundary. Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, #203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303 -442 -3351 www.cobumdev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 9/27/20112 d. This proposed amendment to Lot 4 was previously presented to Town Council for approval on March 15, 2010 along with modifications to Lot 1 that would allow for the construction of four (4) units on that lot in place of the three (3) originally approved. In the Memorandum presented to Town Council at that time, Town of Snowmass Village Planning Staff recommended that "Town Council authorize the proposed amendments However, Town Council made the determination that re- platting was unwarranted at that time due to fact that the building envelope limits the design of the residence. Changing economic conditions and market assessment by the Town of Snowmass Village Housing Office have demonstrated that market demand exists for this type of dwelling unit. This will be the most affordable single family home in the Rodeo Place Subdivision. As a result, the Town Council has requested a reconsideration of the previous Council decision. Lot 4 and Open Space A lot line adjustment The purpose of the lot line adjustment between Lot 4 and Open Space A is to allow Lot 4 to be a conforming lot for development of a residential dwelling unit consistent with the original approved subdivision application, subject to further study subsequent to approval. a. The recorded plat allocates 3,323 s.f (.076 acre). of land area to Lot 4 which complies with the minimum lot area of 3,000 in the MF zone district but is below the minimum lot area required for development of a residential dwelling unit. b. The proposed amended plat defines a lot line revision between Lot 4 and Open Space A that re -plats 1,728 s.f (04 acre) of Outlot A to be part of Lot 4 and creates a lot with a land area of 5,051 s.f. (.12 acre), adequate for development of a 2 bedroom single family residence consistent with the original subdivision application. Open Space A will be reduced in area from 75,545 s.f (1.734 acres) to 73,817 (1.695 acres). c. No change is proposed to the platted drainage easement running over the property with the exception that additional restrictive language has been added to the Amendment Plat to specifically limit improvements in the drainage easement area. d. No change is proposed to the building envelope of 1,495 s.f. For comparison adjacent Lot 3 has a building envelope area of 2,448 s.f. or 1,224 s.f. per dwelling unit. Lot 5, has the largest building envelope in the subdivision at 6,230 s.f. e. No change is proposed to the maximum floor area allowed on the lot. f. No change is proposed to the existing utilities serving this lot. Water and sewer connections have been provided as a part of the approved utility plan and subsequent infrastructure installation. Revisions to Resolution 15, Series 2010 The proposed changes to the language affect multiple areas of the resolution and are intended to redefine the language for a new resolution adopting an amended Subdivision Plat for Lot 4 and address the following issues: a. Revisions to the Sections 1 and 2 of the Resolution, General and Specific Findings, redefining the language in these sections to allow for the development of Lot 4. Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, #203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303 442 -3351 www.cobumdev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 9/27/20113 b. Revisions to the amendment language in Section 3 of the Resolution to include Lot 4 in the criteria defining Maximum Height, Maximum FAR and Subdivision Layout c. Revisions to Section 4 defining the new amendment to the Subdivision Plat related to Lot 4. d. Revisions to Section 5 addressing the Lot 4 Minor Amendment Plat. Analysis of compliance with the Review Standards for a Minor Amendment of Final Plat a. Consistent with subdivision: The proposed plans are consistent with the single family home and duplex character of the existing subdivision. No changes are proposed to the building envelopes established on the original plat. SeNes 2006 approved a Subdivision with 25 lots and 29 units. This rni amendmei:it would Fesult in a subdivision with 24 lots and 29 Although the original approving Resolution mandated further study of Lots 5 10, it did not specifically reduce the overall density and unit count in the application. To the contrary, the General Findings specifically note that "The Subdivision Plat creates twenty -five 25) lots... for a total of twenty-nine affordable units" approval of this amendment allows the project to meet this original objective. The proposed revisions to the Lot 4 lot lines allow for this to be a conforming single family home lot. Again, the goal is to allow for the construction of 29 units as approved for the original subdivision. b. No adverse impacts: The proposed changes are consistent with the original subdivision application and no adverse impacts are created. Relocation of the lot line on Lot 4 to the centerline of the drainage easement allows this to be a conforming lot. The function of the drainage easement is protected by restrictive language on the Minor Amendment Plat and the building envelope is not changed from the recorded plat to avoid adverse impacts This proposed amendment does not increase the density of the originally approved subdivision. The original approving resolution allowed for an "other approved use" on Lot 4 and did not specifically rule out the use of this lot for a dwelling unit. Due to the Town's substantial investment in the adjacent recreation center the need for the potential neighborhood park or tot lot is substantially reduced. There are ample opportunities for recreation immediately abutting the subdivision and the inclusion of an additional home allows another family to take advantage of this existing investment. The utility connections for this dwelling unit were installed as part of the original infrastructure installation. There will be minimal disruption to the subdivision during construction. Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, #203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303 -442 -3351 www.cobumdev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 9/27/20114 Development of Lot 4 allows the Town to take advantage of the existing investment in infrastructure and property acquisition at the Rodeo Place site. The unit density of this lot will be less than that of the adjacent lot on the other side of the creek and the impact on the drainage easement will be similar or less than that existing part of the project. c. Not change character: The proposed revisions are consistent with the original approved Subdivision plan. The single family home on Lot 4 was anticipated in the original subdivision plan application. This is an Affordable housing project intended to serve the citizens of the Town of Snowmass Village. The proposed home will be the smallest and most affordable single family home in Rodeo Place. d. Comply with other applicable standards: The proposed revisions are consistent with the original subdivision application and resolution. The findings contained in the resolution confirmed compliance with the applicable subdivision standards. No nonconforming conditions are adjusted to increase the non conformity of any lots or structures Coburn Development, Inc. 3020 Carbon Place, #203, Boulder, CO 80301 Minor Amendment to Final Plat 303 -442 -3351 www.cobumdev.com Rodeo Place Subdivision Last edit: 9/27/20115 TOWN OFGNQVVMASSVILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL A RESOLUTION AMENDING RESOLUTION N{]. 39, SERIES OF 2006, CONCERNING THE RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION. A WHEREAS, the Housing Department on behalf of the Town of Gnuvvmasa Village (')4ppUoant"), submitted a /and use application for the Rodeo Place Subdivision on July 14. 2OOO that contained twenty-five (25) lots with twenty-nine (29) affordable housing units on approximately 8.5 acres within Tract of the Entryway Subdivision; and WHEREAS, the Rodeo Place Subdivision was approved by Town Council Resolution No. 39. 8ehon of 2006 (Resolution 89"); and fk r WHEREAS, the recorded subdivision plat created twenty-four (24) lots of which Lots 2 and 3 were duplex lots and Lot 1 was identified as otrip|ex lot; and WHEREAS, Lots 5-24 were intended for single family residences and Lot 4was approved to be platted as e lot and "utilized as neighborhood park/tot lot orother approved use"; and VVHEFlEAS, the Applicant is requesting approval to amend Resolution 3@toenable Lot 4 to be re-platted include a podio "Open Space A" so as to be increased in size from 3.323 aqueva feet to 5.051 square feet and permitted for the construction of a two (2) bedroom single family residence; and WHEREAS, to achieve the purposes of the Entryway Master Plan, the application addressed the land use requirements for Subdivision as set forth in Snownnaao Village Municipal Code ("Municipal Code"), Section 16A-5-400; and WHEREAS, the public hearing notice was published in the Snovvmooa Gun on for the Town Council meeting on o hear a presentation of the proposal by the App|icont, consider Town staff recommendations and receive public comments aa part of the application review; and rvn�n�� WHEREA8, the application was reviewed and processed in accordance with the provisions outlined in Sections 16A-5-450 of the Municipal Code. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESC]LVE0, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: TC Reso 10 -15 Page 2 Section tine General Findings, Snowmass Village Town Council finds that: 1) The submission requirements for the application were adequately provided pursuant to Sections 16A -5 -40 and 16A- 5- 450(2)(b) of the Municipal Code and included written and graphic materials in sufficient detail to deem the application complete for review. 2) C <oept -a nate" --SeG#Gn T4G —b The proposed application qualifies as a `Minor Amendment' pursuant to Code Section 16A- 5- 450(1)(b) of the Municipal Code and the amendment satisfactorily complies with the review standards outlined below per Section 16A -5- 450(3) of the Municipal Code as follows: a) The proposed amendment is consistent with, or an enhancement of, the original PUD approval; b) The proposed amendment does not have a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood surrounding the land where the amendment is proposed, nor has a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from the subject property; c) The proposed amendment would not change the basic character of the PUD or surrounding areas; and d) The proposed amendment acceptably complies with the other applicable stan- dards for review of a subdivision application as specified above. Section Two: Specific Findings. The Town Council considered whether to permit the re- platting Lot 4 to include a portion of "Open Space A" by extending the parcel boundary into the ditch easement. It was determined that the inclusion of a portion of the ditch easement should -R* occur based upon the following: 1. g Increasing the lot size from 3,323 square feet to 5,051 square feet will enable the construction of a two (2) bedroom single family residence, ranted -at t#�+s tip. TV 2. Conveying Lot 4 would include a restriction within the drainage easement portion of the parcel limiting planting and restricting the placement of improvements in any way that could affect the maintenance, operation, repair, alteration or replacement j of drainage facilities within the easement. I t c Section Three Amending Resolution No. 39. The Town Council hereby approves the l following clarifications and /or amendments to Town Council Resolution No. 39, Series of 2006, as follows: 1. The Rodeo Place Subdivision, as recorded, contained twenty -four (24) lots. TCReao10-15 Page 2. Section Throe Paragraph B(1), Maximum Height, bs hereby amended to reed as follows: 1. Maximum Height: 28 feet (Lots 1-Xfrom existing or finished grade whichever is most restrictive. 28 feet (Lots 5-12; and Lots 23-24) from existing or finished grade whichever io most restrictive. 28 feet (Lots 13-22) from finished grade due tnfill conditions. 3. Section Three, Paragraph B(2), Maximum FAR, im hereby amended to read os follows: 2. Maximum FAR: Lots 14 and 5-2O: 3.00 square feet/unit total (0.75 Not Applicobl� 2.1OD square feet (above grade) 1.25O square feet (below grade) Lots 21-24: 3,00D square feet/unit total (O.75 Not Applicable) Buildings limited to2 levels including basements 4. Section Threo, Paragraph C, Subdivision Layout, is hereby amended tm read as follows: C. Subdivision Layout: The overall subdivision layout that includes the noada, alleys and residential lots shall be as follows: 1 The subdivision oheU contain a maximum of twenty-four (24) lots. 2. Lot 1 may be platted as pad of the overall uubdk/ision, yet it shall rammkl undeveloped at this time or until more site-specific geotechnical and architectural plans are submitted and approved by Town Council. 3. Lots 3, 4, 5.13.14, 23 24 and 25 could interfere with atnnn flovVo and thenefone, they h U i ured so the lot lines do not go to the centerline of the shall be reoriented in an nuuvWe*,uoeuom/ so the garages are accessed via the rear alley and not the public street. 5. Section Three, Paragraph Q(1) is hereby amended to delete the ub/mme: ''vvithin o central trash enclosure". G. Section Three, Paragraph 0 2 Geologic Hazard Areas, is hereby amended to read as follows: TC Reso 10 -15 Page 4 2. Section 16A -4 -50, Geologic hazard areas, steep slope and ridgeline protection areas: based on the information presented and the site visit, Lots 2 and 3 shall be developed as duplex lots. Lot 1 shall be platted and may be developed as two (2) duplex units subject to the terms and conditions of Ordinance No. 7, Series of 2010. 7. Section Three, Paragraph D(4), Water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal and utilities, is hereby amended to read as follows: 4. Section 16A -4 -230, Water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal and utilities: Trash collection shall be curb side at each individual residence. 8. Section Three, Paragraph D(6), Of- street parking standards, is hereby amended to add the following: Required off street parking shall be permitted in front yard setbacks in driveway areas in front of garage doors as long as the entirety of the parking space is contained within the boundary of the property and a minimum 10' separation is maintained between the back of curb at the right of way and the parking space. Required off street parking shall be permitted in rear yard setbacks with the following restrictions: Nose in spaces: provide a minimum 4' separation to the rear property line. Parallel spaces: the entire space shall be contained within the property line. 9. Section Three, Paragraph D(9), Building design guidelines, is hereby amended to read as follows: 9. Section 16A -4 -340, Building design guidelines to preserve community character: All buildings and structures will have a western heritage ranching theme with rustic, durable materials. Houses on Lots 5 -9 shall generally be one -story in height with the dominant ridgelines running in a north /south direction; garages shall be oriented to the street and setback behind the front fagade of the home to minimize their impacts on The Crossings. Two -story houses are appropriate on Lots 11 -25. Section Four Amending Rodeo Place Subdivision Plat. The Town Council hereby approves the following amendments to the Rodeo Place Subdivision, as recorded on August 1, 2007 in Plat Book 84 at Page 70 as Reception No. 540522 in the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder, as 01 e_ t +€'ice Section Five Conditions. Town Council approves the amendments subject to the following conditions: TC Reso 10 -15 Page 5 4- 1. The Applicant shall complete, before the subject "Minor Amendment Plat for Lot A`,' Rodeo Place" is placed of record, all actions or matters that in the opinion of the Town Planning Director or Town Attorney are necessary to satisfy or dispense with the requirements of the Municipal Code. Should problems arise that cannot properly be resolved at the administrative level, they will be presented to Town Council for direction. 2. Upon resolution of the outstanding technical comments, three executed mylars for the subdivision exemption shall be submitted to the Planning Department within thirty (30) days of the date of administrative approval of the plat. 3. The Planning Director shall review the plat to ensure it complies with the terms and conditions of approval and obtain signatures for all of the applicable plat certificates. 4. The Applicant shall thereafter cause the plat to be recorded, at the Applicant's expense, in the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder's Office. Section Six: 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. INTRODUCED, READ AND APPROVED -et e- metien -of Council Member Lewis- �l the of O (y g ee k h ve arad -fl- e sp- VI t1pTrl�2�� 171. I1 LI R171 "'wP.re"a�Ct°th --b TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL Bii Boineau, Mayor A �l Rhonda B. oxon, Town Clerk APPF2O� D S TO FORM: John 6 resser, Town Attorney Q:I /99 \9JQYH�SAtlW- EN)RY�LOTI- 0.S -AM.dry Sw Mr I81" 2011 I4: /Ram ftd- M. 14 Aw Mll IQ:JIom hnJm� rw ��3Nwoa atog to n gy p{ got 'Gg z N m m A A S q N- l 0 A y b m Z K A N� y 1 a Vm —(7 6'9L o i OF µLp.tPAlN a`l n 1p 0 i i ig gg i i i i Ana V F+WW. rn I oAom� 3 e. g g l, no gg �p.3 0 NC tto 74 ��,f A -4 g. 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Wilson, being a Registered Land Surveyor in the State of Colorado, do hereby certify that this improvement survey wos mode under my supervision and is true and correct to the best of my beef and knowledge. further certify that the improvements on the above described parcel on this date, 16 July 2009, except utility connections are entirety within the boundaries of the parcel, except as shown, that there are no encroachments upon the described premises by improvements on any adjoining premises except as indicated, and that there is no apparent evidence or sign of any easement crossing or burdening any part of said parcel, except as noted. Kenneth R. Wilson L.S. 15710 Date AIB1190'� G Legend and Notes: O indicates found monument as described. indicates set monument, 15 rebar and Yellow Plastic Cap L.S. 15710. Bearings are relative to a bearing of N 21'1650" E on the line between 5 rebars and cops LS 17664 and LS 23529 found on the west line of Tract A as shown hereon. This survey does not represent a title search by this surveyor to determine ownership or to discover easements or other encumbrances of record. All information pertaining to ownership, easements or other encumbrances of record has been taken from a title insurance commitment issued by Stewart Title doted 16 Nov. 2005 No. 43097 —C2. PARCEL E This property moy be subject to apparent easements for HORSE RANCH existing utilities and irrigation ditches. t Dote of field survey— ✓u /v 2009. 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