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01-21-14 Town Council PacketsSNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA JANUARY 21, 2014 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: APPEAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 30. SERIES OF 2013 — SPRINT ANTENNA UPGRADES (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Hear an appeal of Resolution No. 30, Series of 2013, submitted by Klein Cote Edwards Citron LLC, representing Sonnenblick Condominiums, Inc. and affirm, affirm, with modifications, or reverse the original action to allow Sprint Spectrum LP to modify and upgrade the wireless transmission facility atop the roof of the Westin Hotel (formerly Silvertree Hotel). - -Sloan Campi ................... ...........................Page 4 Item No. 5: DISCUSSION — DRAFT CONCURRENT PLANNING COMMISSION AND TOWN COUNCIL REVIEW SCHEDULE REGARDING PROPOSED MAJOR PUD AMENDMENT PRELIMINARY PLAN ON LOT 2, BASE VILLAGE (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Listen to presentation and provide feedback to staff. -Jim Wahlstrom ................ ...........................Page 42 Item No. 6: DISCUSSION —BASE VILLAGE 101 (Time: 60 Minutes) - -Jim Wahlstrom ................ ...........................Page 46 Item No. 7: DISCUSSION — EOTC HISTORY (Time: 60 Minutes) - -David Peckler ................. ...........................Page 97 Item No. 8: MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) 01- 21 -14tc Agenda Page 2of3 - -Gary Suiter ................... ...........................Page 113 Item No. 9: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING: • February 3, 2014 — Regular Meeting • February 12, 2014 — Work Session • February 18, 2014- Regular Meeting .... ............................... ...........................Page 114 Item No . 10: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: • December 15, 2013 — Regular Meeting .... ............................... ...........................Page 118 Item No. 11 : COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS ............................... ............................... Page 126 Item No. 12: EXECUTIVE SESSION Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24 -6- 402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c), to specifically discuss three items: a) Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations, instructing negotiators pursuant to C.R.S. 24- 6- 402(4)(e) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(5); and b) Conferences with an attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6 - 402(4)(c) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(()(2); c) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6 - 402(4)(f)(1) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(()(6); Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two - thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the purposes of considering items (a) (b) and (c) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. Item No. 13: ADJOURNMENT 01- 21 -14tc Agenda Page 3 of 3 NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approx 3 hours (excludina items 1 -3 and 10 —13) ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923 -3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA JANUARY 21, 2014 ffirll No - 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: APPEAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 30. SERIES OF 2013 — SPRINT ANTENNA UPGRADES (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Hear an appeal of Resolution No. 30, Series of 2013, submitted by Klein Cote Edwards Citron LLC, representing Sonnenblick Condominiums, Inc. and affirm, affirm, with modifications, or reverse the original action to allow Sprint Spectrum LP to modify and upgrade the wireless transmission facility atop the roof of the Westin Hotel (formerly Silvertree Hotel). - -Sloan Campi ................... ...........................Page Item No. 5: DISCUSSION — DRAFT CONCURRENT PLANNING COMMISSION AND TOWN COUNCIL REVIEW SCHEDULE REGARDING PROPOSED MAJOR PUD AMENDMENT PRELIMINARY PLAN ON LOT 2, BASE VILLAGE (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Listen to presentation and provide feedback to staff. - -Jim Wahlstrom ................ ...........................Page Item No. 6: DISCUSSION —BASE VILLAGE 101 (Time: 60 Minutes) - -Jim Wahlstrom ................ ...........................Page Item No. 7: DISCUSSION — EOTC HISTORY (Time: 60 Minutes) - -David Peckler ................. ...........................Page Item No. 8: MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 01- 21 -14tc Agenda Page 2 of 3 - -Gary Suiter ................... ...........................Page Item No. 9: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING: • February 3, 2014 — Regular Meeting • February 12, 2014 — Work Session • February 18, 2014- Regular Meeting ... ............................... ...........................Page Item No . 10: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: ® December 15, 2013 — Regular Meeting ..... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 11 : COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS .... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 12: EXECUTIVE SESSION Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24 -6- 402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c), to specifically discuss three items: a) Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations, instructing negotiators pursuant to C.R.S. 24- 6- 402(4)(e) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(5); and b) Conferences with an attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6 - 402(4)(c) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(()(2); c) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6 - 402(4)(f)(1) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(6); Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two - thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the purposes of considering items (a) (b) and (c) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. Item No. 13: ADJOURNMENT TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 2 01- 21 -14tc Agenda Page 3 of 3 NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approx 3 hours (excludinq items 1 -3 and 10 -13) ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923 -3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 3 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Community Development Department DATE: January 21, 2014 RE: Appeal of Town Council Resolution No. 30, Series of 2013 — Sprint Antenna Upgrades Appellant: Sonnenblick Condominiums, Inc. Planner: Sloan Campi ATTACHMENT(S): 1. Town Council Resolution No. 30, Series of 2013, with exhibits 2. Notice of Appeal dated December 17, 2013 3. Written opinion of opposition from Hiram Champlin entered into public record for the regular Town Council Meeting on December 2, 2013, with attachments. I. SUMMARY AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: The appellant is challenging the decision made by the Town Council on December 2, 2013, for Sprint Spectrum, LP, "Applicant," represented by Aaron Adelman, SMJ International LLC in Wixom, Michigan, to construct upgrades to the already existing antenna system atop the roof of the Westin Hotel. The decision was made by approval of Town Council Resolution No. 30, Series of 2013, which was processed in accordance with Section 16A -5- 230, Special Review, pursuant to Section 16A -3 -50 of the Town Municipal Code. Now, pursuant to Section 16A- 5 -80(d) of the Municipal Code, the hearing body, shall affirm, affirm with modifications or reverse the original action. The original action shall only be modified or reversed if it is determined that: (1) there is not substantial evidence in the record to support the original decision, or (2) the original action was inconsistent with the applicable provisions of the Town Land Use and Development Code. II. SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: The appellant filed the appeal on December 17, 2013. The original decision approved the Special Review Application to modify the existing antennas to allow for Sprint to support their "4G" network in Snowmass Village. There are currently two existing "cabinets" that allow for cellular telephone reception. The Applicant plans to add two new cabinets for an interim period, and then remove the obsolete antennas. Two new antennas are proposed on the Eastern roof of the Westin Hotel, one of which extends approximately three (3) feet above the roof line (See Exhibit A, Sheet A3). No expansion of fenced compound is proposed, no lighting is proposed, and no change of use is proposed. The original antennas were existing since 1992 atop the Westin Hotel (formerly Silvertree Hotel). III. BACKGROUND: TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 4 During the Regular Town Council Meeting on December 2, 2013, Staff explained to Town Council that the public record contained a discrepancy from Hiram Champlin, representing the Sonnenblick Homeowners Association, expressing opposition to the project by Sprint Spectrum LP. Mr. Champlin opposed the project due to possible violation of a view easement, recorded in 1969 at the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder's Office, stating that the proposed antennas encroach upon the easement. The Applicant, investigated the placement of the antennas, and determined that one antenna is proposed within the lateral boundary of the view easement, but not within the horizontal elevated boundary, due to the fact that it is placed below the roof line of the Westin Hotel. Town Council considered this fact and passed Resolution No. 30, Series of 2013. Planning Commission Resolution No. 03, Series of 2013 originally recommended a Special Review Application by Sprint Spectrum, LP ( "Applicant ") to the Town Council to permit the mounting of rooftop antenna reception or transmission devices and construction of an equipment storage shed at the Silvertree Hotel. The Town Council approved Resolution No. 23, Series of 2001, thus allowing the construction of the antenna and transmission devices. The Resolution, however, contained conditions that should modifications in the manner such as those presented in this Staff Report be requested, that Town Council approve them. Sprint Spectrum, LP currently holds a PCS Site Agreement with the Westin Hotel property (formerly Silvertree Hotel) allowing improvements to be made to the existing antenna facilities. The agreement stipulates, "SSLP may, at its expense, make such improvements on the Site as it deems necessary from time to time for the operation of the PCS system. Owner agrees to cooperate with SSLP with respect to obtaining any required zoning approvals for the Site and such improvements. Upon termination or expiration of the Agreement, SSLP may remove its equipment and improvements and will restore the Site to substantially the condition existing on the Commencement Date, except for ordinary wear and tear and casualty loss." The agreement originally commenced on August 31, 1999, and has been renewed 2 out of its allowed 4 times allowing 5 year terms each. The next date the agreement term is up for renewal is in 2014. IV. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS: Section 16A -3 -250. Antenna reception or transmission devices: A proposed antenna reception or transmission device shall comply with the following standards: (1) Dimensional limitations. The installation of an antenna shall comply with the dimensional limitations of the underlying zone district. STAFF: The underlying `PUD' zone district height limitation is 69 feet, and the site is already used by Sprint for antennas. This use is allowed under the terms of the Silvertree Planned Unit Development. The Applicant is proposing two new antennas TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 nass Village Community Develop 5 : Department Page 2 of 5 on the Eastern roof of the Westin, one of which extends approximately 3 feet beyond the roof line, which still falls within the height limitation. (2) Not located in right -of -way. An antenna shall not be placed in a public or private right -of -way. STAFF: The roofs of the Westin Hotel where the Sprint antennae and equipment are located are not positioned within the public right -of -way. (3) Danger. An antenna shall not cause any increased danger to neighboring property in the event of a collapse or other failure. The proposed antenna installation may be denied if it is determined that any collapse or failure would cause damage to neighboring property. STAFF: Pursuant to Town Council Resolution No. 23, Series of 2001, Section Three, Condition 4, the applicant is required to submit a building permit prior to the installation of the antenna described within Exhibit "A." (4) Visibility. The decision - making body shall determine whether the visibility of the antenna has been reduced to the highest degree possible, including, but not limited to, sensitive choice in placement, screening with fencing, landscaping, subgrade placement, use of earth tone colors and any other effective means that screens the antenna and does not appear to be unnatural on the site. The proposed antenna installation may be denied if it is determined that the visibility has not been sufficiently reduced. STAFF: Please reference the attached photos taken of the existing antennas on the Westin Hotel roof from certain vantage points on surrounding areas. From staff's perspective, the Applicant's proposal should not adversely affect surrounding properties. The current color of muted gray appears to be best blend in with the sky. Section 16A- 5- 230(e). Special Review: The proposed Special Review application is subject to the following Code review standards: 1. Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan. STAFF: Some of the policies in the current Comprehensive Plan that might relate to the proposal include: o Complement and integrate new development into the existing character of Snowmass Village; o Preserve community character; o Encourage new development or re- development that serve visitor's recreation, dining, shopping, entertainment, and basic service needs; o Limit development to the minimum amount deemed necessary for the community to achieve economic sustainability; and o Consider long range goals and community needs. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 lass Village Community Developi 6 Department Page 3 of 5 2. Compliance with the Development Code, including the zone district standards and the development evaluation standards. STAFF: Staff believes that a majority of the Development Evaluation standards should not be applicable, considering that they were either addressed with the Silvertree Hotel approval in 1986 or with the recent Administrative Modification/Notice of Decision in February 2012 to redevelop the site into a Westin Hotel. 3. Compatibility. STAFF: Please reference the staff report above regarding Municipal Code Section 16A -3- 250 and the review standards for antenna reception or transmission devices. 4. Adequacy of Access. STAFF: Proposed access to the site via Elbert and Fall Lanes should be adequate as has been in the past. 5. Design minimizes adverse impact. STAFF: Please reference the staff report above regarding Municipal Code Section 16A -3- 250 and the review standards for antenna reception or transmission devices. 6. Design minimizes environmental impacts. STAFF: Environmental impacts should be minimal in this case. 7. Facilities. STAFF: Adequate water supply and sewage disposal service are available nearby. 8. Parking. STAFF: There is a service area on Fall Lane for possible parking usage if necessary or in the nearby Town public parking lots. V. STAFF FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS: Considering the evidence provided by the testimony and exhibit of Sonnenblick Condominiums (which exhibit is not executed by a registered surveyor) as well as the depictions and photos provided by the applicant, including applicant's graphic renderings made upon the Sonnenblick exhibit, staff finds that given the lack of a certified rendering precisely identifying the location of the proposed antennas there is a possibility that there is not substantial evidence to support the original decision. Therefore, staff recommends that Town Council grant the appeal. VI. NEXT STEPS. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 'ass Village Community Developr 7 Department Page 4 of 5 Approve Resolution No. 8, Series of 2014 granting the appeal of Sonnenblick Condominiums and remanding the application to the Planning Commission for further Special Review proceedings on the application in order to allow applicant and appellant to provide any further evidence deemed necessary by either, to be reviewed and determined to be substantial by Planning Commission and subsequently Town Council in order to support a decision on the Special Review application. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 lass Village Community Developi 8 Department Page 5 of 5 INV KLEIN COTE' EDWARDS . r1C ATTORNEYS HERBERT S. KLEIN" hsk @kceclaw.com LANCE R. COTE, PC" cote @kceclaw.com JOSEPH E. EDWARDS, III, PC iee @kceclaw.com KENNETH E. CITRON "' kcitron@kcectaw.com MADHU B. KRISHNAMURTI mbk @kceclaw.com "also admitted in Hawaii `also admitted in California "'also admitted in New York and Massachusetts December 17, 2013 0N9"- i11� 1Xff "FIRM a I it Mark Kittle Town of Snowmass Village Acting Community Development Director P.O. Box 5010 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 101 SOUTH MILL STREET SUITE 200 ASPEN, COLORADO 81611 TELEPHONE: (970) 925-8700 www.kceclaw.com Dear Mark: This office represents Sonnenblick Condominiums, Inc. ( "Sonnenblick ") for the purpose of this Notice of Appeal, submitted pursuant to Section 16A -5 -80 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code. On December 2, 2013, the Snowmass Village Town Council ( "Council ") approved Resolution No. 30, Series of 2013 (the "Resolution "), a copy of which is annexed hereto as Exhibit A. In relevant part, the Resolution approved the application of Sprint Spectrum, P.C. ( "Sprint ") to install two (2) new PCS (cellular telecommunication) antennas upon the rooftop /elevator shaft of the Westin Hotel. The Resolution provides that each of the new antennas may rise up to approximately I V -10" above the rooftop penthouse of the hotel and 18'- 10" above the main roof of the hotel. (Resolution §3(2)). The Resolution is conditioned upon the restriction that "[t]he placement of the subject improvements shall not conflict with any easements, restrictions, limitations or reserved rights of record that may pertain to this property." (Resolution §3(5)). Sonnenblick owns a view easement (the "View Easement") in the air space above what is now the Westin Hotel. Specifically, by Deed dated January 27, 1969, recorded at Book 239, Page 213 as Reception No. 133982 in the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder, the grantor of the Sonnenblick sites granted the View Easement to Sonnenblick's predecessor -in- interest, providing that: TIC PACKET 01 -21 -14 9 Mark Kittle Town of Snowmass Village Acting Community Development Director December 17, 2013 Page 2 the highest point or part of any building or structure erected on the land depicted and described as "View Easement" on Exhibit A attached hereto shall rise ... no higher than the elevation ... of 8664.68 feet above sea level. A copy of the Deed conveying the View Easement is annexed hereto as Exhibit B The proposed placement of the new antennas is depicted in the plans attached to the Resolution as Exhibits Al through A4. See Exhibit C annexed hereto. Prior to the Public Hearing on the Resolution, Sonnenblick submitted its written opposition to Sprint's application, on the grounds that the placement of the proposed new antennas would encroach upon the View Easement, extending to a height exceeding 8,664.68 feet above sea level and encroachimg laterally into the View Easement. See Exhibit D annexed hereto. Notwithstanding Sonnenblick's opposition, the Resolution was approved, including with regard to the placement of the new antennas. Sonnenblick believes that Council's approval of the placement of the proposed antennas within the View Easement conflicts with the condition that the placement of the antennas shall not conflict with any easements. Sonnenblick therefore contends that Council's approval of the resolution and the internal conflict between the approval and the condition upon which it is predicated presents a circumstance by which Council exceeded its jurisdiction or abused its discretion. In light of the foregoing, Sonnenblick respectfully requests that the terms of the Resolution be reconsidered and amended such that the proposed antennas are approved only if placed outside the View Easement. Based on the attached exhibits, it appears that this can be accomplished by simply moving the placement of the antennas from one side of the elevator shaft to the other. If there is anything in addition to this Notice that is required in order to pursue this Appeal or if you need additional information from, please contact me. Sincerely, KLEIN CO ' DWARDS C RON LLC B �i Y� Kenneth E. Citron Enclosures (Exhibits A -D) TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 10 18 WHEREAS, Snowmass Village Town Council Resolution No. 23, Series of 2001 ig permits the mountain of rooftop reception or transmission devices on the Silvertree (now 20 Westin) Hotel, and modifications to this facility is conditional upon Town Council 21 approval; 22 WHEREAS, SMJ International, LLC, on behalf of Sprint, submitted a Special 23 Review application on August 27, 2013, in accordance with Section 16A-5-230 of the 24 Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code ("Municipal Code"); 25 WHEREAS, the application proposes to replace and upgrade the existing 26 antennas and equipment, and add two (2) new antennas. Each of the antennas will not 27 reise more than a maximum of approximately 11'-10" above the rooftop penthouse 28 structure and no higher than 18'-10" above the main roof top of the Westin Hotel or to a 29 maximum of approximately 65'-6" above finished grade as represented in the drawings 30 in attachment Exhibit "A" incorporated herein; TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 11 42 WHEREAS, the Special Review application was processed in accordance with 43 Section 16A-5-230, Bkecial Review, of the Municipal Code. 44 Section One: Findings. The Snowmass Village Town Council, after carefully 45 reviewing the application, the surrounding conditions, and the staff report with 46 recommendations, determined the request is compliant with the applicable review 47 standards. Specifically the findings are: 48 1. The Applicant submitted the application for the Special Review in accordance 49 with the provisions of the Municipal Code. 50 2. The application adequately provided the "Application/Minimum Contents" 51 required pursuant to Sections 16A-5-40 and 230, and it included written and 52 graphic materials in sufficient detail to deem the application complete for referral 53 and review. 54 3. Supplemental information acceptable for submission has been supplied by the 55 Applicant during the review process for consideration mainly in response to Town 56 staff comments and concerns. 57 4. All public hearing notification requirements, as specified within Section 16A -5- 58 60(b) of the Municipal Code, have been satisfied. 59 5. The Applicant satisfactorily demonstrated compliance with the review standards 60 in Section 16A-5-230(e) of the Municipal Code in that: 61 a) The use is consistent with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan. 62 b) The use complies with all other applicable standards of the Municipal 63 Code, 64 C) The use is appropriate to its location and compatibility with the character 65 of surrounding land uses in the area, and would not adversely affect future 66 development of the surrounding area. 67 d) Access to the site is adequate for the proposed use. kCKET 12-02-13 15 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 12 TO Reso. 2013-30 68 e\ The design and operation of the use minimizes adverse impacts and 69 would not create a nuisance, 70 f) The use minimizes environmental impacts and would not cause significant 71 deterioration of water and air resoUncea, wildlife habitat, scenic resources 72 and other natural resources. 73 o\ Thera are adequate public facilities available t0 oenxa the use or the 74 Applicant will provide necessary improvements to address oamima 75 deficiencies that the use may cause. 76 h\ There is sufficient parking for the proposed use. 77 Section Two: Action. This Special Review concerning the replacement and/or 78 modification upgrade of the existing antennas is hereby approved bv the Town Council, 79 subject to the following conditions ofapproval. 8O Section Three: Conditions of Approval. The Special Review approval 6» the Town 81 Council will besubject t0 the Applicant satisfying the following conditions: DZ 1. The Applicant shall adhere to all material representations made in the application 83 and in the public 0neoting/heahOg' 84 2. The approval will allow for the upgrade and/or modification to the existing 85 antenna transmission facilities and equipment. No major akaradionofthe facility QG aita(a) ieapproved. Each of the antennas shall rise not more than a maximum of 87 approximately I V-1 0" above the rooftop penthouse structure of the hotel and no 88 higher than 18'-10" above the main roof top of the Westin Hotel or to a maximum 89 of approximately 65-6" above finished grade as represented in approved plans in 90 attachment Exhibit "A!' proposed conditions elevation drawing, 91 3. The pipe mounts and attachment brackets should be painted to match the 92 building and better conceal these elements and the antennas shall remain similar 93 to the existing muted gray color. The cabinets and other equipment proposed in 94 the plan shall also bmscreened in a similar fashion. 95 4. All wiring and cable shall be concealed to the greatest extent possible and all 96 electronic equipment shall be located entirely within the eXhadOQ hotel structure. 97 5. 98 99 TC PACKET 12-02-13 16 TC PACKET O1-21-14 13 105 8. The administrative approval is subject to the recording of this document and any 106 attachments with the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado at 107 Applicant's expense. 108 9. All applicable permits shall be obtained from the Town Building Department to 109 demonstrate compliance with the TOSV Municipal Code regarding the 110 construction, support appurtenances and attachments for the transmission ill facilities prior to commencing the equipment and antenna installation. 112 Section Four: Severablilty. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof 113 to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other 114 provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the 115 invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are 116 severable. 117 READ, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of 118 Snowmass village on December 2, 2013 upon a motion by Councilmember 119 , the second of Councilmember and upon a vote of — in favor 120 and . ..... against. 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 TOWN COUNCIL A. Location Map, Existing and Proposed Elevation Drawings TC PACKET 12-02-13 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 14 W TC Reso. 2013-30 135 B. Photos of existing conditions 136 C. Aerial Imagery 138 > Applicant's application materials received August 27, 2013 139 > Staff report dated October 16, 2013 TC PACKET 12-02-13 18 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 15 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 16 A n TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 17 k N- N- ('t m eq pi 0 0 0 0 ODd) 00(b . '0 15' -2° rtdlQtlpq 15'-2° IMEMDR ti d 0 0 xi WrMR F Z. A z c/) TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 18 rt llq vi 0 0 LA) CT CT H. tl rn CD fo m 0 O TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 19 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 22 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 23 of, And abc Qrz an� na, ab vii Yi _ mj e: si t t t ` C i B 'P o o 1and tthe above b a rgaine 'presi"s,. heteditanento and appurtenances; TO HAVE AND 0 HAVE AM - HOLD the said, premises above. b"gained and described With the appurtenances upto, Grant•re and Grantee's 'succe sors and assigns forever.. ECPEPTING-AND 7EkVINO to 5nowmaf3B, its•successors and assigns forever, all oil, gas and other minerals of'iahy nature whatsoev,er.in, on or under the property . described above, or any part thereof, and all water rights associated with or appurtqn4nt to said property or any part thereof; pro- vided that Snowmass shill have no right to enter upon.the surface of said property for the plirpose of removing auGH ___kninerals or for any other purpose in connection with this exceptiaii and reservation and shall not impair the subjacent .support of said property by exercise'of any rights in connec- tion with this exception and reoerV�tl.on; and SUBJECT TO: All provisions of the Genera.l.,Declara= tion for West Village, recorded In hook 227 at page 186 of the records in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado, of the First Addition Declaration for West Village, recorded In Book 233 at page 4 of said records, of the Second Addition Declaration for West Village, recorded in Book 238 at page 413 of said records,,and of the Certifi- cate of Incorporation of West Village Association, Inc., appearing in said records and bearing Reception No. 127590, All matters shown and all provisions of the Dedication of:the recorded plat of the property; Any liens for taxes and assess- ments not yep due and payable including without limitation any taxes and assessments resulting from the inclusion of the property in the ABpen7Fire Protection District, Mount Sopris"Spil Conservation. District, and Snowmass Water and Sa&tat,ion District;' Reservations -of mineral rights In patents, TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 24 t p a t t � � if 6It}I., and other CVDt 1HTy re"s s and all ditoh and water ri ta'and tfxD of way therefor; and the follori"ng pn6 restriction, 4 Each Site described above. shall b PA a Building designed for private 000upanoyby a. ;F and such Building shall be used sol'.;ely for rosidc*rit� ' living and sleeping purposes. The Building on a-84tq a common wall with a Building on an adjoining Site. t:'a Building on a Site shall not include any other a7ees or'! ' ties of whatever nature or any facilities designed tq income in any manner whatsoever, whether directly or except rental income from leasing of the Building for r4aidah tial, lodging, living or sleeping purposes. With the prior written consent of Snowmass obtained in each instance, a Site shall be used for no other purpose whatsoever, nor shall the Building initially constructed on a Site be altered, added to or reconstructed in any fashion which would result in the Building being, either physically or functionally, anything but virtually identical to the Building initially constructed except for immaterial variations. Any such con- sents shall requir% the payment to Snow"88 of such amounts as it shall determin6, it being expressly understood that the price of the property clearly reflects the restriction exacted. Snowmass shall have unrestrained discretion in determining whether and on what terms and condition such consents should be given. If there is a breach of, or a failure to comply with, any of the covenants, conditions and restrictions tained in this document as to any of the Sites conveyed Af hereby, then Snowmass shall have the right, after written TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 25 X"4 notice to the owner or owners 4f the Site to which the breach or failure to comply relates and the expiration of thirty (30) days within which the owner or owners so notified may cure such default or failure, dmxnediately or at any time during the continuation of such breach or failure, to re -enter and take possession of all of the Site to which the breach or failure relates and, upon the exer- cise of this right of re- entry, title to that Site shall thereupon vest in Snowmass. If court proceedings are re- quired to enforce the rights of Snowmass, it shall be entitled to recover its costs and expenses in connection therewith, including reasonable attorneys' fees. No violation or breach of any covenant, restriction, or condition contained in this document and no action to enforce the same shall defeat, render invalid or impair the lien of any mortgage or deed of,trust taken in good faith and for value and per - rected by recording prior to the time of recording of an instrument giving notice of such violation or breach nor shall such violation or breach or action to enforce affect, defeat, render invalid or impair the title or interest of the hcider thereof or the title acquired by any purchaser upon foreclosure of any such mortgage or deed of trust. Any such purchaser shall, however, take subject to the covenants, conditions and restrictions contained in this document except only that violations or breaches which occur Prior to such foreclosure shall not be deemed breaches cr violations hereof with respect to such purchaser, his heirs, personal representatives, successors and assigns. Grantee, by acceptance of this Deed, shall become an "owner" and each Site described above shall be considered as a "Site ", as each of the quoted terms is defined in the TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 26 I General Declaration for West Village, so that Grantee hereby becomes a Regular Member with memberships appurtenant to the property described above, and shall have the rights and shall perform the obligations which will exist thereunder. Snowmass agrees, for itself and its successors and assigns, that the highest point or part of any building or structure erected on the land depicted and described as "View Easement" on Exhibit A attached hereto shall rise, immaterial errors in construction excepted, no higher than the elevation at the top 'surface of the foundation of the structure' now erected on Site F-2 at the northeasterly, corner thereof, which shall be deemed to have an assumed elevation of 8664, 68 feet above sea level. The foregoing shall not preclude the erection on said property of a church having a steeple or of a structure with the equivalent of a steeple which steeple or equivalent rises higher than the foregoing height limitation provided that the perimeter of that portion of such a steeple or ti equivalent rising above such' height meets one of the following critera: (1) the widest portion of any cross section thereof does not exceed 6 feet; or (2) the perimeter thereof does not exceed 24 feet and all sides are of equal length. The foregoing agreement by Snowmass shall be a covenant running with the land affected thereby, inuring solely to the benefit of the owner or owners of the Sites conveyed by this Deed. Snowmass, for itself and its successors, covenants and agrees to and with Grantee and Grantee's successors and assigns the above bargained premises in the quiet and peace - able,possession of the said Grantee and Grantee's successors TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 27 or wader Szowmaes, to, W-, RRANT AND FORD41 RrXBPEND• IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Snowmase has caused ids ,,to be hereunto subscribed the day andyear first above 4KD} l' js X SNOWMASS AMERICAN CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation Ali � •.1Sttest: R. L. Herii'erg, Presid By "BY Secretary STATE. OF COLORADO) ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN 1 The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of u v J- 196 _2, by R. L. Herberg, as President and by �" �%� / as y S5 7 Secretary of Snowmass American Corporation, a Delaware corporation. My commission expires-ZLli WITNESS my hand and official seal. Notary Public L TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 28 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 29 N O v d D n M a N w 0 n N• V N O z 0 N O N w TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 30 \� w p | \§ -3 0 trj b' N�* a§ \ \ § / \ 2§ {22§ ...... 20 TC PACKET O] -2] -]4 31 n n rm rm NJ i N W m 0 0 0 v N k1 0 tN 0 W W C R r- O O Z O w 0 y 0 h r- O 0 O m N O N w TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 32 rn rn :5 O > r- >1 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 O ff �E mg Ing I,j E JOE w d : gig d to (D m 0 wh Olga RDA m R PP INN 'j, jig 44, 00 q8 t-- W. �j rn 4 13 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 O 33 (D m 0 m INN 44, 00 �j 33 INN 44, 00 �j Lac: 33 Wo::kspace Webmail :: Print Print I Close Window Subject: Special Review Application From: Hiram Champlin <HHChamplln @gmail.com> Date: Fri, Nov 22, 2013 1:04 pm To: scampi @tosv.com, rcoxon @tosv.com Cc: Mitch Wolf <mwolf@cranrealtors.com >, Lance Cote <cote@kceclaw.com> Attach: SnowmassViilageTownCounelf.PDF 18318E.pdf Sloan, Page 1 of 1 Per our conversation, attached please find a plat that the Sonnenblick Homeowners Association recently had done that shows the encroachments into our view easement by the Conference center and the Westin Hotel. The easement is filed at the county courthouse in book 239, page 213 -219. It appears from the packet you referred me to, http: / /co- snowmassvillage. civicplus .com /AgendaCenterNiewFile /Agenda /10162013 -73, that some of the antennas will be in our view easement. Please review and let me know your findings before the Special Review Application hearing is to be held on December 2nd, 2013, see attached. We want to be on record as being strongly opposed to any project that penetrates our view easement without our express written approval. I'm surprised that the Conference Center and the Westin were allowed by the Town to build into our view easement without our permission. Please Iet me know what duties the Town has to protect us from these recently discovered encroachments and what needs to be done for us to be protected in the future. Sincerely, Hiram Champlin Sonnenblick Homeowners Association (580)548 -6580 HHChamplin @gmail.com Copyright @ 2003 -2013. All rights reserved. https:Hemai102.secureserver. net /view _print_ multi.php ?uidAiTay= 644jINB OX &amp;aEmIPart=O 12/12/2013 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 34 #. �ffftg •; 2211 h PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING GNILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT ;n DATE: December 2atl, 2013 TIME: During a regular meeting that begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers Town Hall, 130 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To receive public comment on a Special Review Application by SMJ International, LLC, regarding an upgrade of the Sprint Antennas currently on the roof of the Westin Hotel (100 Elbert Lane). CODE: The application will be processed pursuant to Section 16A -3 -250, "Antenna reception and transmission devices" and Section 16A -5 -230, "Special Review" of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code INFO: The Special Review application requests to modify the existing antennas to allow for Sprint to support their "4G' network in Snowmass Village. The application involves the addition of two (2) new "cabinets" for equipment for an interim period of no more than six (6) months and two (2) new antennas on the Westin Hotel rooftop. The antennas will not extend more than three (3) feet above the roofline. No expansion of the existing fenced compound is proposed, no lighting is proposed, and no change of use is proposed. Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Community Development Department, by telephone at (970) 923 -5524 daring normal business hours, or via the Town's web page at Written comments are encouraged and will be accepted until the close of the public hearing. For inclusion of written comments it the staff report. submissions must be received a minimum of 10 days prior to the public hearing to the following address: Snowmass Village Planning Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attention: Sloan Campi, Planner Email: ., Additional public hearings may be held for which only published notice may occur. Telephone: (970) 923 -3777 Internet Access to Council email: Citizen Feedback Hotline: (970) 922 -6727 or Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 35 4 t `I e ,-M 4.A Ea r TC PACKET 01-21-14 36 gg ni N g Egg Kvi > • 5 jTq4 !Jai �hiii if Pt. t 29- A j -1 1 1 1) i ,-M 4.A Ea r TC PACKET 01-21-14 36 E N ni N g E N I WJ Gd 53 ys TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 37 gg hP p 2EN T11- IT 0 HO ...... W! Kq I I !J G -'Jx AN pj H TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 37 hP p 2EN T11- IT 0 HO ...... W! Kq TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 37 EXHIBIT "A" Planning Commission Resolution No. 14, Series of 2012 Page 1 of 5 Verizon Wireless Telecommunications Facility On SilverTree Hotel i� TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 39 Closser Consulting LLC - 11/2/11 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WHEREAS, Sprint Spectrum, LP ( "SS ") submitted a Special Review application (the "Application ") with the Town of Snowmass Village ( "TOSV ") Community Development Director ( "CDD ") seeking approval to replace and slightly relocated cell towers on the roof of the Westin Hotel; and WHEREAS, during the course of the Special Review, Sonnenblick Condominiums, Inc. ( "SCI ") submitted written testimony and graphic depictions objecting to the location of the cell towers and requesting the Application be denied; and WHEREAS, Planning Commission reviewed and forwarded a recommendation to Town Council approving the Application; and WHEREAS, on December 2, 2013 Town Council reviewed and considered the Application and in Resolution No. 30, Series of 2013 (the "Resolution ") granted approval of the Application; and WHEREAS, Section 16A -5 -80 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code ( "SVMC ") provides an appeal process for land use applications; and and WHEREAS, SCI submitted an appeal of the Resolution on December 17, 2013; WHEREAS, Town Council heard the appeal of SCI on January 21, 2014. Section One: Findings. Following careful evaluation of the written appeal submitted by SCI, other materials and testimony of SCI, SS, staff comments and recommendations, together with public comments, the Town Council finds that: 1. That there is not substantial evidence in the record to support the original decision. 2. The original decision is inconsistent with the applicable provisions of the SVMC. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 40 TC Reso 8 -14 Appeal of RESOLUTION No. 30, SERIES OF 2013 Page 2 of 2 Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby grants the appeal of SCI and vacates the decision contained in the Resolution per the findings of fact in Section One, Findings, and remands the application to the Planning Commission for further proceedings on the Special Review application pursuant to and re- commencing the Procedure at SVMC Section 16A -5- 230(c)(4) and specifically allowing any person, including but not limited to applicant or appellant, to submit additional testimony or evidence prior to or during any Planning Commission or Town Council meeting where the remanded Special Review is to be considered. INTRODUCED, READ, AND ADOPTED, on the motion of Town Council member and the second of Town Council member by a vote of in favor, and opposed, on this 21 st day of January, 2014. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 41 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Jim Wahlstrom Senior Planner, Community Development Department DATE: January 21, 2014 meeting 14 WAt Determine whether the attached Draft Concurrent Planning Commission and Town Council review schedule regarding the proposed Major PUD Amendment Preliminary Plan on Lot 2, Base Village is acceptable or needs modification. xy-IRSITRI4 At the Town Council meeting on Resolution No. 4, Series of 2014, to provide direction to the Planning Commission, Town Council directed an expedited review process for the application. Planning Commission provided information on a draft review schedule during their meeting on January 15, 2014. Planning Commission can meet weekly and requested switching the topics for their January 22 and 29 meetings which change has been made per the attached schedule. The would accommodate a Planning Commission member who has architectural expertise as well as the applicant's architectural consultant. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 42 Page 1 of 3 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 43 DRAFT SCHEDULE OF TOPICS / CORE ISSUES LOT 2, BASE VILLAGE MAJOR PUD AMENDMENT PRELIMINARY PLAN January 2014 Planning Commission Review Town Council Review Date Item Date Item 1 -10 -14 30 -day PH publication notice due to meet newspaper deadline for printing on January 15 — For TC meeting February 18, 2014 (Tuesday) 1 -10 -14 Staff report due for 1/15 PC meeting 1 -14 -14 Staff report due for 1/21 TC meeting; Send PH mailing and posting instructions to Applicant 1 -15 -14 • TC Directives overview; 1 -15 -14 Public Hearing publication notice to be • ID other TC concerns or issues for printed in Snowmass Sun for TC meeting discussion; on 2 -18 -14 • Overview of draft calendar schedule of topics / issues • Water & sewer provisions; • Grading & drainage; • Fire protection restrictions; 1 -17 -14 Staff report due for 1/22 PC meeting 1 -17 -14 PH Mailing Notice due to be sent by Applicant for TC meeting 2/18 1 -22 -14 • Zoning / character issues; 1 -21 -14 • Overview of draft calendar schedule • Other Dimensional Limitations; of topics / issues • (FAR, UE / buildout, PUD Guide • Base Village history of approval changes); documents • Community purposes; • Restricted housing; 1 -24 -14 Staff report due for 1/29 PC meeting 1 -29 -14 • Architectural changes; • Height modifications; • Exterior finishes; • Landscape Design; • Events plaza Page 1 of 3 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 43 February 2014 Planning Commission Review Town Council Review Date Item Date Item 2 -1 -14 PH Posting Notice due on site by Applicant for TC meeting on 2/18 2 -5 -14 • Review draft and finalize 1" 2 -4 -14 Begin preparing report for TC meeting & recommending resolution; PH 2 -18 -14 • Traffic impacts; • Transportation /Transit impacts; • Parking impacts; • Air Quality affects / environmental concerns 2 -7 -14 Staff report due for 2/12 PC meeting 2 -11 -14 Report due for TC meeting 2 -18 -14 2 -12 -14 • Fiscal Economic Analysis; • Comprehensive Plan consistency; • Rollover items; • Review draft of 2 "d recommending resolution; 2 -14 -14 Staff report due for 2/19 PC meeting 2 -18 -14 • Water & sewer provisions; • Grading & drainage; • Fire protection restrictions; • Architectural changes; • Height modifications; • Exterior finishes; • Landscape Design; • Events plaza 2 -19 -14 • Fiscal Economic Analysis; 2 -19 -14 Staff report due for TC meeting 2/24 • Remaining Rollover items; • Finalize 2 "d recommending resolution 2 -21 -14 Staff report due for 2/26 PC meeting, if 2 -24 -14 • Zoning / character issues; necessary • Other Dimensional Limitations; • (FAR, UE / buildout, PUD Guide changes); • Community purposes; • Restricted housing 2 -26 -14 • Reserved 2 -25 -14 Staff report due for 3/3 TC meeting Page 2 of 3 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 44 March 2014 Planning Commission Review Town Council Review Date Item Date Item 3 -3 -14 e Traffic impacts; • Transportation /Transit impacts; • Parking impacts; • Air Quality affects / environmental concerns 3 -4 -14 Staff report due for 3/10 TC meeting 3 -10 -14 a Fiscal Economic Analysis; • Comprehensive Plan consistency; • Rollover items; • Intro Resolution; 3 -11 -14 Staff report due for 3/17 TC meeting 3 -17 -14 e Wrap up any Rollover items; e Finalize Resolution; 3 -20 -14 Reserved Spring Break — March 24 -28, 2014 3 -31 -14 Reserved April 2014 Final PUD Application Submission? Planning Commission Review Town Council Review Date Item Date Item 4 -21 -14 o PH continuance of Fanny Hill Cabins Minor PUD Arndt. — Begin Review 'May 2014 Final PUD Application Submission? Planning Commission Review Town Council Review Date Item Date Item Page 3 of 3 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 45 TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Community Development Department DATE: January 21, 2014 SUBJECT: Base Village 101 Overview Hear a presentation by staff of the Base Village project, history and background of the site, summary of the approvals and associated documents, Final PUD Guide parameters and its exhibits, related other development, employee housing mitigation projects, and the companion development agreements and what they cover. The presentation will also cover the current status of the project and the future expectations for scheduling of the project completion. II. ATTACHMENT - Updated 2009 Base Village Timeline and critical path tables III. SUMMARY DESCRIPTION Shortly following the 2004 Base Village approvals, staff prepared a multiple page table of requirements, where found in the approval documents or agreements, and deadlines dates or timeframe for when certain improvements or mitigation items were due, similar to a critical path chart. This matrix is attached for reference purposes and was utilized mainly in -house when reviewing proposed building permit applications. It was eventually shared with the applicant as a means to assist the developer in providing a composite list of town requirements in one document so they could prepare their more detailed critical path method charts for construction purposes. Associated Land Use Applications. There were five land use applications that were processed between 2001 and 2005 that related to each other. These projects included Base Village, Sinclair Meadows, Fanny Hill Cabins, Club Commons II Employee Housing, and the Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 46 Development Parameters and Controls. Base Village was approved via Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004, including a Final PUD Guide with exhibits that defined and controlled the development on the 20 -acre site with 20 buildings on 9 lots. Adjoining Parcels E and F to the north are owned by the Town. These properties include the Brush Creek restoration area. The subsequent approvals, some by resolution or other separate ordinances, also granted a re- zoning of the property to `Mixed -Use 2,' variations from buildout limitations and dimensional development standards (by super- majority vote), the creation of a subdivision plat with the re- dedication of relocated Wood Road and several grants for utility and trail easements. There is also an approved Parking Management Plan outlined as an operational requirement in the Base Village Services Agreement. The Final PUD Guide incorporates development parameters for the Base Village as a whole and for each individual lot and building. The PUD Guide and its referenced plans, drawings and matrices establishes the maximum number of units, unit equivalency / buildout, height variance limitations, building placements, minimum landscaping / open space, and limitations on commercial, skier services, commercial service areas, and community facilities. It also outlines the phasing for the projects' lots and buildings. The associated projects of Sinclair Meadows and Club Commons II incorporated required employee housing to mitigate for Base Village. Remaining additional employee housing is required within Base Village. The other associated projects for Sinclair Meadows, Club Commons II, Fanny Hill Cabins and the Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment each included a Final PUD Guide with development parameter controls and associated companion agreements. However, the Fanny Hill Cabins agreements remain unsigned, including its plat. Companion Agreements. Base Village is also controlled by several companion agreements such as: a) A Development Agreement for vested rights b) Funding Agreement to address implementation of on -site and off -site improvements, c) Subdivision Improvement Agreement to address public improvement obligation as well as the security and installation thereof d) Restricted Housing Agreement that was modified by Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 e) Services Agreements which includes administering of the Parking Management Plan f) Commercial Covenant for the Base Village core g) Ski Resort Operator Agreement that defines lift operations and the bus /shuttle services. 2 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 47 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 48 a I I I, n E i TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 48 i J TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 49 ,. rm f,r ', r :r W W W 0 V W 0 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 "'" 50 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 51 a TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 5L x TC PACKET 01 -/- i - i t+ J3 4 TC PACKET 01 -Z i uWA 54 N N cd m 0 C E TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 55 I I TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 5b TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 z TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 Dy 9 r TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 60 L cn I TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 61 L TC PACKET 01 -21- L+ 0 L N m U �la C= 0 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 63 TC PACKET 01 -z i - � of+ O W LA-1 a TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 65 0 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 66 TC PACKET V i -c i I� U/ E3 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 .: TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 - 69 S S 3 I TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 My TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 71 br0 .N O Z a�. ago TC PACKET 01- - 1 -+ V. t c� TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 73 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 /Lf TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 ral Y Wel o z TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 77 d , a i f o z TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 77 Q� C C Q C N V td "O Q N O Z TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 78 • d TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 79 L N i TC PACKET 01 -21 -1-r r►. N Z L V V 0 S br0 s TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 t7.x Updated May 2009 r. III *Payment of all applicable fees, including administration fees, permit fees, tap fees, etc., will be required prior to permit issuance or work commencing. Parking Structure: PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT FOR THE MAIN SUBTERRANEAN PARKING STRUCTURE: Applicant shall resolve, to the Town's reasonable satisfaction, all See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to issuance of technical design issues within the loading and service area of the Condition #8 permit for the main parking structure and the Transit Plaza. (Completed) parking structure. Applicant shall post security with the Town in the amount of Subdivision Prior to permits on $2,349,000 to secure obligation to construct the Transit Center. Improvements the subterranean Agreement garage. Phase 1A Submittal of Construction Documents Issue Permit Prior to Certificate of Occupancy — Building 1 1. Bus shelters, approved by the Town, along Carriage Way and Wood Road (Completed along Carriage Way but not along Wood Road). 2. Purchase and presentation of new fire truck to the Fire Department. (Done) 3. Installation of 34 surface parking spaces Building 1. (Done) 4. Landscaping. (Temporary C.O. may have been issued, but final landscape plan may have not been inspected) PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANY (C.O.) FOR BUILDING #1 (CHILDREN'S CENTER AND /OR PHASE 1) or other C.O.'s as applicable: All public improvements as approved by Town Engineer on final civil Subdivision Prior to C.O. drawings (including certain improvements to Lower Carriage Way and a Improvements (Completed) snowmelting system, plus as applicable, the relocation of Wood Road Agreement and its snowmelting system, and the construction of a new bridge and roundabout at Wood Road /Brush Creek Road), storm drainage improvements, water lines & sanitary sewer collection lines, and electric, gas telephone & cable TV facilities. Employee housing square footage requirements within the Base See PUD Guide Priorto issuance of Village project incorporated or by covenant C.O. (None in Building 1) Club Common II (CCII) Employee Housing project to begin Restricted Housing Note: Developer to construction Sept 2005 and completed Oct 2006 and intended to be Agreement obtain C.O. for CCII TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 82 completed prior to the final completion of Phase 1. Developer to use prior to issuance of Club Commons II to satisfy portion of the restricted housing requirement C.O. for Bldg 6. attributable to the Phase 1 of the Base Village project. If CCII is not (Issued in 2007 and approved by the Town by June 1, 2005, Applicant & Town shall completed in 2008) cooperate in identifying alternative method for mitigating that portion of the restricted housing requirement prior to permits on Bldgs 5, 9AB or 9C in Phase 2B. (Advisory) Bus shelters consistent with the Town's Major Regional Local Bus See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to the issuance Shelter design standard will be provided by the Applicant at locations Condition #17 of C.O. for Bldg. 1 approved by the Town along Carriage Way and Wood Road. (Children's Center) — On Carriage Way only, not on Wood Road Review and approval of an Administrative Modification to the See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to C.O. for Bldg. Snowmass Club PUD authorizing winter use of the Snowmass Club Condition #6 1 (Completed) parking lot for 120 parking spaces available for use by Base Village Aspen Skiing Company employees during the winter Fire Truck — purchased through G.I.D.; GID / Developer to purchase a See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to the issuance Peirce Skyarm 100' Articulating IE Platform Dash Chasis fire truck Condition #5, and of C.O. for Bldg. 1 (roughly $990K). Funding Agreement (Children's Center) - Done Fire Safety Enhancements installed See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to issuance of Condition #4 affected C.O.'s — per inspection Installation of 34 surface parking spaces PUD Guide Prior to the issuance of C.O. for Bldg. 1 - Done Installation of landscaping See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to Certificate of Condition #2 Occupancy, or security thereof - Inspection of final landscaping? Installation of trails, including granting easements of all existing and Subdivision Prior to C.O. --No proposed trails. Improvements connection through Agreement Lichenhearth property Open Space: Minimum 25% of the lot and Project. PUD Guide Prior to issuance of a C.O. - Done Comprehensive Sign Plan approval Per Municipal Code — Previously completed with CSP for Phase 1 Completion project Buildings 1, 2A, 3ABC, 3DE Ski School & Gondola Building 8 (partial) Bridge over Ski -Back trail Conveyance of Cabriolet to GID Phase lA Upper Terminal of Burlingame lift Status as of May 2009 Completed Completed Foundation only On -going 90 days after completion Mostly done; landscaping? Done TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 83 2 Completion project Buildings 2B & 2C Garage & Transit Center Buildings 6,7 & 8 Phases lA & 1B Fire access as required by Fire Department Status as of May 2009 2B mostly completed; 2C awaiting CO's by November 2009 Pending Phase lA mostly done; Phase 1B pending Ongoing Phase 1B Submittal of Construction Documents Issue Permit 1:11111111111 1 i, 1 , ,. 1. New bridge and roundabout at Wood Road/Brush Creek Road to begin construction in May 2006 and completed in August 2006. (Subsequently amended by CMP Amendments in 2007 & 2008 to change to 2010) 2. License agreement to use the Events Plaza. 3. Building Permit in place for Club Commons H. (Previously issued in 2007; C.O. in 2008) PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF A BUILDING PERMIT FOR BUILDING 6 IN PHASE 1 B; AND BUILSDINGS 5, 9AB i& 9C IN PHASE 2: New bridge and roundabout at Wood Road /Brush Creek Road to Funding Agreement Bridge already begin construction in May 2006 and completed in August 2006. completed in 2006; Roundabout in 2010. Club Common II (CCII) Employee Housing project to begin Restricted Housing Building permit issued construction Sept 2005 and completed Oct 2006 and intended to be Agreement in 2007 and project completed prior to final completion of Phase 1. Developer to use Club completed in 2008. Commons II to satisfy portion of the restricted housing requirement attributable to the Phase 1 of the Base Village project. If CCII is not approved by the Town by June 1, 2005, Applicant & Town shall cooperate in identifying alternative method for mitigating that portion of the restricted housing requirement prior to permits on Bldgs 5, 9AB or 9C in Phase 2B. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 84 3 PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF A BUILDING PERMIT FOR BUILDING 71N PHASE 1 B: Documentation on construction plans of a landing site on Lot 3, to Subdivision Prior to permits for include footings and foundation, for an aerial connector to Snowmass Improvements Building 7; Needs Center, provided a final design for the connection is provided by Town to Agreement inspection? Applicant by 9 -1 -05. Applicant shall post security is the amount of $89K Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment. to secure obligation to construct the Landing Site. Documentation that employee housing square footage requirements See PUD Guide PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS LOCATED ON LOTS 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 OR 8, THAT ARE BEYOND BUILDINGS 1, 2A, 2B, 2C AND 3ABC: Completion and Operation of the Sam's Knob Express, the Elk PUD Guide Prior to issuance of Camp Meadows Gondola, the Pulse Gondola, the Assay Hill Lift, applicable building and the Burlingame Lift, as more particularly described in the permits (Previously Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment. completed) Documentation that employee housing square footage requirements See PUD Guide Prior to issuance of within Base Village incorporated into construction floor plans building permit for affected structures Building permits may further be restricted by the terms and PUD Guide Prior to issuance of conditions of the Subdivision Improvements Agreement, Restricted applicable building Housing Agreement and the Funding Agreement as described in permits Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 04 -21. Traffic Control. During construction of improvements, Applicant Subdivision During construction responsible for managing vehicular & pedestrian traffic through & around Improvements all construction sites and activity. Agreement Brush Creek Enhancements _Previously completed, but landscaping to be inspected. Developer to have furnished security of $800,000.00 prior to work commencing. Completion proiect Relocation of Assay Hill lift Demolition of Snowmass Clinic Construction of Roundabout & Bridge Relocation of Water Vault Brush Creek Enhancement Construction of Cabriolet to Mall Construction of Gondola Remove Wood Run lift Status as of May 2009 Already completed Already accomplished Bridge done; Roundabout by 2010 Done Completed, but needs inspection Completed Completed Done TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 85 4 Prior to Certificate of OCCUDancv— Buildings 6 & 7 1. "Transit Center" complete and easement conveyed to Town. – By Nov. 2009 2. Agreements, as required by the Town, regarding the new Town Hall. – Over? 3. Certificate of Occupancy for Club Commons H restricted housing and any alternative mitigation requirements required by the Town. CCII completed 2008. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY (GO.) FOR BUILDING 6 IN PHASE 1 B: Club Common 11 (CCII) Employee Housing project to begin Restricted Housing Developer to obtain construction Sept 2005 and completed Oct 2006 and intended to be Agreement C.O. for CCII prior to completed prior to the final completion of Phase 1. Developer to use Agreement issuance of C.O. for Club Commons 11 to satisfy portion of the restricted housing requirement See PUD Guide Bldg 6. —Completed attributable to the Phase 1 of the Base Village project. If CCII is not in 2008 approved by the Town by June 1, 2005, Applicant & Town shall See below See below cooperate in identifying alternative method for mitigating that portion of the restricted housing requirement prior to issuance of permits on Bldgs 5, 9AB & 9C in Phase 2. See other requirements for items to be installed prior to issuance of a See below See below i C.O. I PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY (C.O.) FOR BUILDING 71N PHASE 1 B: Applicant shall construct and complete the Transit Center within the Subdivision Prior to C.O. for Bldg Subterranean Condo parking garage. Improvements 7 Agreement Documentation that employee housing square footage requirements See PUD Guide Prior to issuance of within Base Village incorporated C.O. See other requirements for items to be installed prior to issuance of a See below See below C.O. Phase 2A Submittal of Construction Documents Issue Permit Building 13A Prior to Building Permit — Building 13A 1. Applicant has entered into an agreement with nationally recognized Hotel Chain (See Ordinance 07 -15) 2. Buildings 13A & 13B to be operated as a "Four Diamond" hotel. (see Ordinance 07 -15) 3. All residential 2 & 3 bedroom units having access to main hallway have been converted to 14 additional lock -offs (Completed per review of building construction plans). 4. Agreement for Roundabout & Bridge construction with security provisions (Bridge done; Roundabout due 2010). 5. Security provisions for construction of Cabriolet (Cabriolet previously completed). TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 86 5 PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF A BUILDING PERMIT FOR BUILDING 13A IN PHASE 2A, AND ANY SUBSEQUENT PHASE OF THE PROJECT: Sinclair Meadows employee housing to begin construction in May Restricted Housing Not tied to permit 2006 and completed in November 2007, and intended to be completed Agreement issuance, but Sinclair prior to the final completion of Phase 2 of the project (Advisory). Meadows ongoing. Applicant and Town to enter into a design /build agreement for the Funding Agreement Prior to permit for new bridge and roundabout at Wood Road /Brush Creek Road Bldg 13A. — intersection, and post security in the amount equal to the difference Previously completed between the latest cost estimate to design & construct bridge & roundabout less $2,000,000, prior to commencing construction of the public improvements, but that such public improvements would eventually be purchased from the Town by a GID funding by the Base Village property. Applicant shall install and complete construction of the Pulse Gondola Subdivision Prior to issuance of prior to commencement of construction of the Bldg 13A (hotel); After 90 Improvements permit for Bldg. 13A - days of completion, IBC shall convey the cabriolet to the Town. Agreement; see Ski Done Resort Operator's agreement for ongoing responsibilities. Installation and operation of the Elk Camp Meadows Gondola. Ski Resort Operator's Prior to issuance of Agreement C.O. for Bldg 13A - Done The Applicant has entered into an agreement with a nationally- See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to permits for recognized hotel chain (such as a Westin, Hyatt or Hilton) that requires Condition #7 Phase 2A, including Buildings 13A and 13B to be operated as a "four diamond" hotel, as such Bldg 13A, and standards are determined by the American Automobile Association, beyond — Done (see under such chain's brand name Ord 07 -15) Applicant shall post security in the amount of $1,400,000 to secure Subdivision Prior to issuance of obligation to construct the Pulse Gondola. Improvements permit for Bldg 13A Agreement (hotel) — Gondola already installed All residential two and three - bedroom units with bedrooms located on or See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to permits for having access to a main hallway in Buildings 13A and 13B have been Condition #7 Phase 2A and converted to 14 additional lockoffs. beyond — Completed per review of building construction plans Documentation of the planned installation of applicable surface PUD Guide Prior to permits for and /or underground parking facilities /structures Phase 2A and beyond; Mostly completed — some remain to be done Traffic Control. During construction of improvements, Applicant Subdivision During construction responsible for managing vehicular & pedestrian traffic through & around Improvements all construction sites and activity. Agreement Prior to Certificate of Occupancy — Building 13A Certificate of Occupancy for Sinclair Meadows restricted housing. Construction of employee housing ongoing as of May 2009 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 87 PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY (C.0) FOR BUILDING 13A IN PHASE 2A: Sinclair Meadows employee housing to begin construction in May Restricted Housing Development to be 2006 and completed in November 2007, and intended to be completed Agreement issued C.O. for prior to the final completion of Phase 2 of the project. and the Burlingame Lift, as more particularly described in the Sinclair Meadows permits — Previously Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment. employee housing completed Documentation that employee housing square footage requirements prior to issuance of Prior to issuance of within Base Village incorporated into construction floor plans C.O. for Bldg 13A. building permit for Employee housing affected structures Building permits may further be restricted by the terms and construction at Prior to issuance of conditions of the Subdivision Improvements Agreement, Restricted Sinclair Meadows applicable building Housing Agreement and the Funding Agreement as described in ongoing. See other requirements below for items to be installed prior to See below issuance of a C.O. Traffic Control. During construction of improvements, Applicant Subdivision Phase 2B Submittal of Construction Documents Issue Permit Building 4AB Building 5 Building 9AB Building 9C and Aqua Center Prior to Building Permit —Phase 2B 1. Final construction drawings for Buildings IOAB, 11, 12, & Aqua Center. 2. Additional housing mitigation. 3. Completion and operation of Sam's Knob Express lift, Elk Camp Meadows Gondola, Pulse Gondola, Assay Hill lift and the Burlingame lift. Done. 4. Completion and acceptance of Roundabout & Bridge. Bridge done; Roundabout due 2010. 5. Club Commons 11 permit application approved — Completed 2008. 6. Agreement reached with Developer and Town regarding employee housing mitigation. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS LOCATED ON LOTS 2,4,5,'6,7 OR 8, THAT ARE BEYOND BUILDINGS 1, 2A, 2B, 2C AND 3ABC: Completion and Operation of the Sam's Knob Express, the Elk PUD Guide Prior to issuance of Camp Meadows Gondola, the Pulse Gondola, the Assay Hill Lift, applicable building and the Burlingame Lift, as more particularly described in the permits — Previously Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment. completed Documentation that employee housing square footage requirements See PUD Guide Prior to issuance of within Base Village incorporated into construction floor plans building permit for affected structures Building permits may further be restricted by the terms and PUD Guide Prior to issuance of conditions of the Subdivision Improvements Agreement, Restricted applicable building Housing Agreement and the Funding Agreement as described in permits Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 04 -21. Traffic Control. During construction of improvements, Applicant Subdivision During construction responsible for managing vehicular & pedestrian traffic through & around Improvements all construction sites and activity. Agreement TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 88 Phase 3 Submittal of Construction Documents Issue Pernut Building 11 Building 13B Fanny Hill Cabins Prior to Building Permit — Buildings 10AB,11 &r 12 1. Completion of Aerial Connector Landing Site. Done, but inspected? 2. Approved permit application for remaining restricted housing or cash in lieu. PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF AND ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS, 10AB, 11, 12,13B, OR THE A,OUA CENTER: Submission of Final Plan Review, final architectural plans and final See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to application of drawings for Buildings 10AB, 11, 12, 13B or the Aqua Center Condition #1. and issuance of building permit in a building permits for particular phase. Bldgs. 10AB, 11, 12, Restricted Housing Application of building 13B or the Aqua Agreement permit. Center Applicant and Town to agree upon a method for mitigating remaining Restricted Housing Prior to issuance of employee housing requirements, regarding the timing of such Agreement building permit for requirements, or pay cash -in -lieu. Bldg 11. Concerning the remaining restricted housing mitigation of Prior to issuance of unassigned 9,664 sq. ft. to be satisfied, Applicant and Town shall use building permit for its best efforts to enter into an amended agreement to satisfy such Bldgs 10AB, 11, 12 & remaining employee housing or pay cash -in -lieu. 13B. Additional Housing Mitigation. To the extent a condominium ceases See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to issuance of to meet the definition of MF -1 for purposes of determining employee Condition #16. building permits. generation rates, then such owners of the condominium will be required to mitigate any additional restricted housing required as a result of such change in classification. PRIOR TO SUBMITTAL OF APPLICATION FOR BUILDING PERMIT ON FANNY HILL CABINS: Final Landscape Plan / Lighting Plan Review: a) final landscaping plans See Ordinance 04 -23, Prior to submission of of the Project, b) screening of all above grade utility facilities, and c) a Condition #2 and application for Lighting Plan per Ord 03 -18. building permit in a particular phase. The remaining restricted housing requirement of 620 sq. ft. (1230 — 610) Restricted Housing Application of building shall be satisfied by application credit held by the Brush Creek Land Agreement permit. Company LLC (Currently at 42,105 sq. ft.). TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 89 PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT ON FANNY HILL CABINS, or other building permits As applicable: Underground parking structure provision /plans Per PUD Guide Prior to issuance of Improvements building permit Fire Safety Enhancements See Ordinance 04 -23, Prior to issuance of Condition #4 affected building permits Restricted Housing. Confirmation that the Project will contain a minimum PUD Guide & Prior to issuance of of 610 square feet of on -site Restricted Housing /Caretaker's Unit to be Restricted Housing building permit located in one (1) Restricted Housing dwelling unit located within the Agreement Buildings as described on the Employee Housing Mix Summary and the buildings. Employee housing square footage requirements within the Base Design Drawings. Prior to issuance of Village project incorporated Traffic Control. During construction of improvements, Applicant Subdivision During construction responsible for managing vehicular & pedestrian traffic through & around Improvements all construction sites and activity. Agreement Completion project Buildings 4AB, 9AB, 9C & 13A Aqua Center Base Village Core Fire access as required by Fire Department Status as of Mav 2009 Unknown Unknown Unknown Ongoing PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF C.O.'S FOR ALL BUILDINGS: All public improvements as approved by Town Engineer on final civil Subdivision Prior to C.O. drawings (including relocation of Wood Road and a snowmelting system Improvements on a portion thereof, plus the construction of a new bridge and Agreement roundabout at Wood Road /Brush Creek Road), storm drainage improvements, water lines & sanitary sewer collection lines, and electric, gas telephone & cable TV facilities. Installation of applicable surface and /or underground parking PUD Guide Prior to issuance of facilities/structures C.O.'s for applicable buildings. Employee housing square footage requirements within the Base See PUD Guide Prior to issuance of Village project incorporated C.O. Bus Shelter installations Subdivision Prior to C.O. Improvements A reement Fire Safety Enhancements installed See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to issuance of Condition #4 affected C.O.'s Installation of landscaping See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to Certificate of Condition #2 Occupancy, or security thereof Installation of trails, including granting easements of all existing and Subdivision Prior to C.O. proposed trails. Improvements Agreement Open Space: Minimum 25% of the lot and Project. PUD Guide Prior to issuance of a C.O. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 90 9 PRIOR TO SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION REVIEW AND APPROVAL: Condominium Documents. The final versions of the condominium See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to affected regime documentation will be submitted to the Town and processed in Condition #19 subdivision accordance with Section 16A -5 -500, Subdivision Exemptions, of the exemption approval. Municipal Code and will include a prohibition against combination of residential units without the approval of the Town Council and a disclosure of the additional housing mitigation obligation described in Condition No. 16. The condominium and master association documents Applicant and Town to agree upon a method for mitigating remaining Restricted Housing will include the obligation of the association to comply with the fire safety employee housing requirements, regarding the timing of such Agreement enhancements contained in Condition No. 4, except (i) (in Ord 04 -21), to requirements, or pay cash -in -lieu. the extent that they affect their respective duties as associations for Concerning the remaining restricted housing mitigation of common area maintenance. unassigned 9,664 sq. ft. to be satisfied, Applicant and Town shall use Documentation that employee housing square footage requirements See PUD Guide Prior to approval and within Base Village incorporated into the condo docs or by covenant. remaining employee housing or pay cash -in -lieu. recording of condo 13B. Additional Housing Mitigation. To the extent a condominium ceases map. No Parking Permits. Neither Base Village property owners nor See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to affected employees working at Base Village will be eligible for parking permits for Condition #18 subdivision the West Village numbered public parking lots in the Town. to mitigate any additional restricted housing required as a result of such exemption approval. Traffic Control Officer. After C.O. issuance for any building in Phase Services Agreement After C.O. issuance 1A, and in efforts not to allow LOS 'C' to be exceeded for Wood Road/ for any building in Lower Carriage Way intersection during the ski season, Town shall Phase 1 locate an officer at the intersection which Applicant shall reimburse Town for such expense. Additional Housing Mitigation. To the extent a condominium ceases See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to affected to meet the definition of MF -1 for purposes of determining employee Condition #16. subdivision generation rates, then such owners of the condominium will be required exemption approval. to mitigate any additional restricted housing required as a result of such change in classification. phase 4 Submittal of Construction Documents Issue Permit Building 10AB PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF AND ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS 10AB, 11, 12,13B, OR THE AQUA CENTER: Submission of Final Plan Review, final architectural plans and final See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to application of drawings for Buildings 10AB, 11, 12,13B or the Aqua Center Condition #1. and issuance of building permits for Bldgs. 10AB, 11, 12, 13B or the Aqua Center Applicant and Town to agree upon a method for mitigating remaining Restricted Housing Prior to issuance of employee housing requirements, regarding the timing of such Agreement building permit for requirements, or pay cash -in -lieu. Bldg 11. Concerning the remaining restricted housing mitigation of Prior to issuance of unassigned 9,664 sq. ft. to be satisfied, Applicant and Town shall use building permit for its best efforts to enter into an amended agreement to satisfy such Bidgs 10AB, 11, 12 & remaining employee housing or pay cash -in -lieu. 13B. Additional Housing Mitigation. To the extent a condominium ceases See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to issuance of to meet the definition of MF -1 for purposes of determining employee Condition #16. building permits. generation rates, then such owners of the condominium will be required to mitigate any additional restricted housing required as a result of such change in classification. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 91 10 PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS LOCATED ON LOTS 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 OR 8, THAT ARE BEYOND BUILDINGS 1, 24, 2B, 2C AND 3ABC:' Completion and Operation of the Sam's Knob Express, the Elk PUD Guide Prior to issuance of Camp Meadows Gondola, the Pulse Gondola, the Assay Hill Lift, applicable building and the Burlingame Lift, as more particularly described in the permits Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment. Prior to issuance of room equipped with specialized fire fighting equipment not exceeding Documentation that employee housing square footage requirements See PUD Guide Prior to issuance of within Base Village incorporated into construction floor plans building permit for Improvements affected structures Building permits may further be restricted by the terms and PUD Guide Prior to issuance of conditions of the Subdivision Improvements Agreement, Restricted Prior to issuance of a applicable building Housing Agreement and the Funding Agreement as described in C.O. permits Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 04 -21. Prior to issuance of will not be eligible for parking permits for the numbered public parking Traffic Control. During construction of improvements, Applicant Subdivision During construction responsible for managing vehicular & pedestrian traffic through & around Improvements Installation of landscaping all construction sites and activity. Agreement Completion project Building 11 Building 13B Fanny Hill Cabins Phases 2A, 2B & 3 Fire access as required by Fire Department Status as of May 2009 Unknown Ongoing Unknown Ongoing Ongoing PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF A!CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANY (C.0) ON FH CABINS: All public improvements as approved by Town Engineer on final civil Subdivision Prior to C.O. drawings, storm drainage improvements, water lines & sanitary sewer Improvements collection lines, and electric, gas telephone & cable TV facilities. Agreement Fire Safety Enhancements installed, including a 10' x 10' heated storage See Ordinance 04 -23, Prior to issuance of room equipped with specialized fire fighting equipment not exceeding Condition #4 & affected C.O.'s $1 OK, design and approved by the Fire District Subdivision Improvements Agreement Underground parking structure and lay by spaces installed Per PUD Guide Prior to issuance of a C.O. No Parking Permits. Document that Fanny Hill Cabins property owners See Ordinance 04 -23, Prior to issuance of will not be eligible for parking permits for the numbered public parking Condition #11 C.O. lots in the Town. Installation of landscaping PUD Guide & Prior to Certificate of Subdivision Occupancy, or Improvements security thereof Agreement Installation of trails, including granting easements of all existing and Subdivision Prior to C.O. proposed trails. Improvements Agreement Open Space: Minimum 25% of the lot and Project. PUD Guide Prior to issuance of a C.O. Comprehensive Sign Plan approval - Per Municipal Code TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 92 11 Phase 5 Submittal of Construction Documents Issue Permit Ii PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF AND ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS 10AB, 11, 12,13B, OR THE AQUA CENTER: Submission of Final Plan Review, final architectural plans and final See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to application of drawings for Buildings 10AB, 11, 112,13B or the Aqua Center Condition #1. and issuance of Agreement building permits for Bldgs. 10AB, 11, 12, 13B or the Aqua Center Applicant and Town to agree upon a method for mitigating remaining Restricted Housing Prior to issuance of employee housing requirements, regarding the timing of such Agreement building permit for requirements, or pay cash -in -lieu. buildings. Bldg 11. Concerning the remaining restricted housing mitigation of Prior to issuance of Prior to issuance of unassigned 9,664 sq. ft. to be satisfied, Applicant and Town shall use C.O. building permit for its best efforts to enter into an amended agreement to satisfy such Prior to C.O. Bldgs 10AB, 11, 12 & remaining employee housing or pay cash -in -lieu. 13B. Additional Housing Mitigation. To the extent a condominium ceases See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to issuance of to meet the definition of MF -1 for purposes of determining employee Condition #16. building permits. generation rates, then such owners of the condominium will be required affected C.O.'s to mitigate any additional restricted housing required as a result of such change in classification. Completion proiect Building 10AB Phase 4 Base Village Project as a whole Status as of May 2009 Unknown Unknown Unknown PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF C.O.'S FOR ALL BUILDINGS: All public improvements as approved by Town Engineer on final civil Subdivision Prior to C.O. drawings (including relocation of Wood Road and a snowmelting system Improvements on a portion thereof, plus the construction of a new bridge and Agreement roundabout at Wood Road /Brush Creek Road), storm drainage improvements, water lines & sanitary sewer collection lines, and electric, as telephone & cable TV facilities. Installation of applicable surface and /or underground parking PUD Guide Prior to issuance of facilities/structures C.O.'s for applicable buildings. Employee housing square footage requirements within the Base See PUD Guide Prior to issuance of Village project incorporated C.O. Bus Shelter installations Subdivision Prior to C.O. Improvements Agreement Fire Safety Enhancements installed See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to issuance of Condition #4 affected C.O.'s TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 93 12 PRIOR TO SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION REVIEW AND APPROVAL: Condominium Documents. The final versions of the condominium See Ordinance 04 -21, Installation of landscaping See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to Certificate of subdivision Condition #2 Occupancy, or exemption approval. Municipal Code and will include a prohibition against combination of security thereof Installation of trails, including granting easements of all existing and Subdivision Prior to C.O. proposed trails. Improvements or (ii) the imposition Agreement Open Space: Minimum 25% of the lot and Project. PUD Guide Prior to issuance of a of a surcharge to its enhancements contained in Condition No. 4, except (i) (in Ord 04 -21), to C.O. PRIOR TO SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION REVIEW AND APPROVAL: Condominium Documents. The final versions of the condominium See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to affected regime documentation will be submitted to the Town and processed in Condition #19 subdivision accordance with Section 16A -5 -500, Subdivision Exemptions, of the exemption approval. Municipal Code and will include a prohibition against combination of Funding Agreement Upon the earlier of (i) residential units without the approval of the Town Council and a December 31, 2005, disclosure of the additional housing mitigation obligation described in or (ii) the imposition Condition No.16. The condominium and master association documents by Holy Cross Energy will include the obligation of the association to comply with the fire safety of a surcharge to its enhancements contained in Condition No. 4, except (i) (in Ord 04 -21), to customers to pay for the extent that they affect their respective duties as associations for the cost of the common area maintenance. under roundin . Documentation that employee housing square footage requirements See PUD Guide Prior to approval and within Base Village incorporated into the condo docs or by covenant. recording of condo map. No Parking Permits. Neither Base Village property owners nor See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to affected employees working at Base Village will be eligible for parking permits for Condition #18 subdivision the West Village numbered public parking lots in the Town. exemption approval. Traffic Control Officer. After C.O. issuance for any building in Phase Services Agreement After C.O. issuance 1A, and in efforts not to allow LOS 'C' to be exceeded for Wood Road/ for any building in Lower Carriage Way intersection during the ski season, Town shall Phase 1 locate an officer at the intersection which Applicant shall reimburse Town for such expense. Additional Housing Mitigation. To the extent a condominium ceases See Ordinance 04 -21, Prior to affected to meet the definition of MF -1 for purposes of determining employee Condition #16. subdivision generation rates, then such owners of the condominium will be required exemption approval, to mitigate any additional restricted housing required as a result of such change in classification. Future Commitments: FUTURE COMMITMENTS: Open space dedications transferred to Town of, a) Ridge East Parcel Ski Resort Operator's On or before June 30, #34, b) Creek Valley Parcel #16, and c) Wildcat Slope Parcel #11. On or Agreement 2005. - Done before June 30, 2005. Developer to pay $600,000 contribution to Holy Cross Energy Funding Agreement Upon the earlier of (i) December 31, 2005, or (ii) the imposition by Holy Cross Energy of a surcharge to its customers to pay for the cost of the under roundin . TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 94 13 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 95 14 Done Applicant to provide Town Hall Consulting Services upon written Services Agreement By 1 -1 -2008 Over notice from Town by January 1, 2008. with? Upon completion of the Aqua Center, Developer intends to convey the Services Agreement Phase 3 of project Center and obligations to a Metro District, but made available to residents of the Town at a reasonable fee. If prior to completion of the project, the Town & CDOT enter into an Funding Agreement Prior to completion of agreement that requires Town to share in the cost of improvements on project. Highway 82, the upon 30 -day written notice by Town, Developer shall reimburse the Town up to $150K. Developer may place bids for performance of such improvements. If prior to completion of the project, the Town commences construction of Funding Agreement Prior to completion of a public recreation facility, Development shall contribute $1,000,000, project. - Done or in lieu thereof pay contractors hired by Town, to be applied toward the costs of such facility; Upon a maximum 6 -month written notice by the Town to Developer prior to commencing construction, Developer shall post $1,000,000 in security. $800,000 Developer contribution toward cost of restoring Brush Funding Agreement Prior to completion of Creek upon maximum 6 -month written notice from Town to Developer of project, and at the intention to commence construction, and Developer shall post security of time of Town $800,000, or in lieu thereof may pay contractors hired by Town. commitment to perform enhancements - Done Burlingame Lift modificationstoperation: Not later than February 1, Ski Resort Operator's Done 2007, Skico shall construct a new upper terminal near Spider Sabich Agreement Race Arena, reconfigure the maze at the lower terminal of the lift, and install improved chairs; And operate such lift through end of the 2010 ski season. Nature Center construction — a listed community purpose In Application Timing? Fire flow storage off site in an amount of 630,000 gallons of water for In Ord 04 -21 Timing? the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 95 14 h� 9 I L FALKt I U1- 1'1 -14 yb MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: David Peckler Transportation Director DATE: January 21, 2014 SUBJECT: Presentation on the History of the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: This is an informational item only. The attached memo and supporting documents from the last EOTC Strategic Retreat provide an overview of the history of the EOTC's use of the 1/2 cent sales and use tax (1/2 Cent Tax) that was approved in 1993. Since the tax's inception approximately $80,000,000 in investments in transit improvements have been made, which includes the acquisition of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad right -of -way and the creation of the regional transportation authority now known as the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA). Of the roughly $5 million in EOTC revenues, $3.4 million are now allocated to RFTA as a portion of the three upper valley jurisdictions (Aspen, Pitkin and Snowmass Village) taxes dedicated to RFTA. It is the EOTC's current policy to reserve 2 /3rd of the remaining 1/2 Cent Tax revenue for improvements to the Entrance to Aspen. The 2 /3rd allocation of EOTC revenues represent the "net bondable revenue" of the remaining discretionary revenues for bonding a capital project. The remaining 1/3`d of the EOTC revenue is supporting the No -Fare bus service between Aspen and Snowmass Village along with a number of capital projects. Without an increase in the use tax portion of the EOTC revenues (exempt from dedication to RFTA,) there is not enough funding for the remaining projects. The EOTC's remaining cumulative surplus has been broken into three funds. One fund of roughly $6.5 million is targeted for a transit facility in Snowmass Village. The second fund is for the 2/3`d allocation for the Entrance to Aspen. The last fund has been recently created by borrowing $3 million from the other two funds to target projects in the near future. III. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS The 1993 Intergovernmental Agreement specified the approval process as follows: "The parties further agree that the amount of all expenditures and projects to be funded with revenues derived from the county -wide one half (1/2) cent sales and one half (1/2) cent use tax ... shall be agreed upon by all three parties in advance of any such expenditure and /or project as evidenced by a resolution duly adopted by the governing bodies of each party." TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 97 IV. DISCUSION ITEMS / NEXT STEPS full V. NEXT STEPS / MAJOR MILESTONES Staff is working on setting up a strategic planning retreat for the EOTC in March to establish direction for the future. This is an information item only. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 98 MEMO To: Gary Suiter, Town Manager & Town Council From: David Peckler, Transportation Director Date: January 21, 2014 Re: Information on the History and Current Project Protocol of the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) for the Next EOTC Strategic Retreat. The creation of the 1/2 cent sales tax and %2 cent use tax ('/2 Cent Tax) was approved by the voters in 1993. The funding was tied to the implementation of the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan, see attached. The key project funded by the 1/2 Cent Tax was "increasing and improving the public mass transportation system within the Roaring Fork Valley." Most notably was the expansion of the Roaring Fork Transit Agency's valley services to twice an hour. In 2004 the transit agency became a separate governing body under regional transportation authority and is now know as the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA.) The Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan envisioned the following: • An enhanced Down Valley Bus system that went from Glenwood Springs to Snowmass Village and Aspen was called `The B- Line." • A separate and dedicated transit way that connected Aspen with the airport was called `The A- Line" and was considered to work with the preferred alternative for the "Entrance to Aspen." • A separate and dedicated transit way that connected Snowmass Village and Aspen called `The C- Line" contemplated along the Owl Creek corridor. • A future dedicated rail system that utilized some or all of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad right -of -way which was to be purchased. • Park - and -ride facilities in the down valley communities to support The B -Line. At the next EOTC strategic retreat there will likely be a review of the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan to establish consensus and direction for future projects. Attached with the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan are materials that were presented to the EOTC at their last Strategic Retreat in 2009 on: the accomplishments to that point relative to the 1/2 Cent Tax and the EOTC Mission and History Timeline. The last EOTC strategic retreat was held in 2009 when the country was sliding into the Great Recession. Revenues for both the sales tax and use tax had declined considerably from projections. Because 81.04% of the 1/2 Cent Tax was dedicated to go directly to RFTA, the EOTC was predominantly dependent on use tax revenues to fund their projects. With the decline of construction in Pitkin County there was a relative decline in use tax revenues of roughly $200,000. No -Fare bus service had been implemented in that summer and there was growing interest to continue the subsidy into the winter to boost tourism. There was a concern among some members of the EOTC that the increased subsidy of transit operations was undermining reserves for capital needs. It was proposed at that retreat that the remaining EOTC revenues be divided with 2/3rd set aside for a reserve fund for the a Pan= 1 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 99 Entrance to Aspen and the remaining 1/3`d be used for discretionary projects which could include the No -Fare service between Aspen and Snowmass Village. With the proposal to build the Aspen Airport Business Center (AABC) pedestrian tunnel under Highway 82, it became clear that there would not be enough funding available in the 1/3 allocation to fund both the No -Fare service and moderate capital projects. The cumulative surplus in the 2010 EOTC's budget was roughly $9 million which was split between two reserve funds. The first reserve fund was for $6.5 million to help Snowmass Village with the development of a regional transit station in the Mall area. The second reserve fund was for the cash and bonding potential for the Entrance to Aspen project. By 2012 RFTA's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project was under construction and the bus stations at the AABC were being designed. The county requested funding to help develop a grade separated pedestrian crossing that incorporated the bus stations as well as the planning for access to the proposed airport terminal. To fund the pedestrian tunnel at the AABC the EOTC created a third fund for projects by borrowing $3 million from the Snowmass Village and Entrance to Aspen reserves. With the completion of the AABC pedestrian tunnel the third fund will have approximately $850,000. The $3 million advance to the third fund was to be paid back over time to the other two funds. Based on the current revenue assumptions, by 2018 the third fund would still have $1.7 million to refund to the two other funds. The final attachment that will be relative to the EOTC strategic retreat is the EOTC Mission Statement and Spending Guidelines that were the developed in 2002 and reviewed at the 2009 retreat. The document covers a number of protocols that were agreed to by pervious members of the EOTC. The decision to allocate 2/3`d of the net bondable revenues of the EOTC has not been incorporated into this document as of yet. ® Pane) TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 100 Comprehensive valley Transportation Plan 1 -70 Enhanced Down Volley Bus System 'The B- line" •10 minute headways at peak times *Longer operating hours Glenwood Springs Future Dedicated Rail System sionq DRG ROW or Hwy 4-lane Hwy �1 (unrestricted) Carbondale Re one �* � El Jebel 4 -lane H u (unrestricted -. Paid Parking �stricr�D Pcr;:3ng Snowmass Village • Enhanced Bus and Shuttle Routes • Dial- A-Ride • Bike and Pedestrian Improvements Snowmass to Aspect "The C- Line" Separated /Dedicated Transit Wav Paid Parking Highlands V" Restricted Parking Priority Uses for 1/2( Sales /Use Tax • improved Down Valley Bus System • Construction 'A' and 'C' Lines • Public Acquisition of DRG ROW • Park and Ride lots hairs by Waggaman INus don Cnnf lh -9a TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 rural road w /shuttle rU, %0od �o 1-70 10 Exq or oon r` be fi fished roadso Separated /Dedicated Transit W rast4requent -first class rlisually & Environmentally unohtrusi HOV High Occupancy Vehicles SPark and Ride lots OTraffic lights Basalt U 4 lane hwy w/ 2 lanes restricted to HOV at peak hours Woody Creek Brush Creek Park & Ride Lot 4 lone Hwy w/ 2 (ones restricted to HOV at peak hours Multi -Modal Transit Center • Information • Park & Ride rural road w /shuttle Aspen to Airport 'The A- line" Separated /Dedicated Transit Way Downtown Paid Parking Aspen 11 • Enhanced Bus & Shuttle Routes •-Dial- A•Ride • Bike & Pedestrian Improvements • Neighborhood Park & Rides 101 AABC /Buttermilk 2-Lone Hwy 2-lane Hwy cted Parking R Town Shuttles or— Rio Grande Paid Parking Garage • Information East End Paid Parking Garage (Conceptual) Independence Pass Comprehensive Transportation x .v ' transportation is the single most important issue facing the Roaring Fork Valley and qtr quality of life. ® In an unprecedented cooperative effort, the elected officials of Aspen, Snowmass Village and Pitkin County have agreed on a comprehensive transportation plan. ® The Comprehensive Plan shown on the map has been endorsed by the elected officials and new needs your support. * The Transportation Plan is designed to work with the Colorado Department of Transportation's preferred alternative plan for four- laning Highway 82. w Voter approval of the 1/2¢ sales and use tax is the main funding source to implement the plan and transportation improvements. 0�11 01 The Transportation Plan has the following major elements. 1. Airpor uttermilk'Tran3portation and Information Center... This attractively designed `multi -modal center* and park & ride lot is the hub of the system. It will welcome visitors and commuters to the upper valley. It will offer the opportunity for drivers to leave their cars and switch to mass transit, but no one will be forced out of his car. The Center will mark the end of the 4 -lane highway...the place where transportation choices begin. 2. The A- Line... This separate, dedicated transit way links the Airport Transportation Center with downtown Aspen, Itwill likely begin as a system like the German O-Bahn guided busway; we hope to convert it to light rail in a future yearwhen ridership numbers climb. We expect the O-Bahn buses to feel more like a railcar from the start. They should be lower and wider than normal buses and run as little as 2 or 3 minutes apart at peak hours. The buses will follow a fixed guideway until they reach town and then switch to normal city streets. 3. The S- Larne (Enhanced Downvalley RF'TA Service)... This greatly enhances R FTA service from the Transportation Center to downvalley areas immediately. At peak hours buses will run as frequently as every 10 -15 minutes, during non -peak hours every half hour, and they will run earlier in the morning and later at night. Enhanced bus service will be supplemented by increased park & ride facilities downvalley. Significantly increased RFTA funding is critical to provide the convenient, frequent and safe service the plan calls for. 4. The C- Line... This extends the A -Line to Snowmass, via Owl Creek. Traffic there will be discouraged. The C- Line's separate guideway will parallel the road. Once in Snowmass, buses will leave the guideway and follow regular roads to the Village. S. Purchase of Denver & Rica Grande Right -of- Way... The $200,000 generated annuallyby the new use taxwill be used to help purchase the right -of- wayfor transportation, trails and open space. Additional funding for the purchase will be provided by other valley governments. 6. Matching Funds... The sales tax funds will be leveraged with federal, state and private sector monies to fund transportation improvements, and undertake other projects which fit into the overall Transportation Plan. CHECKS AND BALANCES • The 1/2¢ sales tax revenues must be spent on mass transportation per state statute. • All expenditures and projects must be approved jointly by Aspen, Snowmass and Pitkin County. Each entity has veto power over the other. Voter approval is needed to bond for any agreed upon projects, We d Your Support Yransportation Is All Of Our Problem BEST ® P.O. Box 8168 Aspen, f 81612 ® 303.925.6972 ® Bob Child, Treasurer TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 102 a, T r; BOCC reso 93- 149 - Ballot Question % % sales and use tax * Ballot Question s IGA 1993 * Joint Reso # 61 & Joint Reso # 62 Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan BOCC reso 93- 149 - Ballot Question Y: % sales and use tax Ballot- 1993 % % sales and use tax to fund mass transportation improvements "...For the purpose of increasing and improving the public mass LransporlaLion system within the Roaring Fork Valley." (]''Increased and improved bus service (Conversion of diesel buses to cleaner- burning alternative fuels Fg�Park-and-ricle facilities Participating with Roaring Fork Valley Governments and /or others to acquire the Denver and Rio Grande railroad right of way for transportation and related trails and open space uses ® A fixed guide -way public transportation system on a separate right of way (such as busway, monorail, light rail or similar mechanical transit system) connecting Aspen, Snowmass, and downvalley locations within the Roaring Fork valley Improvement and enhancement both of hours and frequency of down valley bus transportation by the purchase and operation of five additional buses (2 buses for Aspen to Snowmass and 3 buses for down valley commuter service (the B -line identified in the plan). ® Construction and operation (including- associated design, engineering and feasibility studies) of a separate, dedicated transit -way between downtown Aspen and the airport (the A -line, identified in the plan) and between the Aspen and Snowmass (C -line identified in the Plan). [Acquisition and operation of park -n -ride or intercept lots in the general area of the Brush Creek intersection with Highway 82 and the Airport /Buttermilk Ski area. Any additional elements of the Plan as identified by the unanimous consent of the parties following a regular public meeting. ("Any share attributable to the City, the town and County, for the purchase of the Denver & Rio Grande right of way for trails or other mass transportation purposes. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 103 �] Future dedicated rail system on the ORGROW 4 lane Hwy unrestricted Glenwood Springs toBasalt 4 lane hwy with 2 lanes restricted to HOV at peak hours Basalt to AABC/Buttermilk 2"'2 /aneHm/yAA8[/8u!termi|ktoAspen � o u� ^esbictedparkin0inAspen 93" Cross Q"" ~~ Rio Grande Paid Parking Garage LJ Conceptual East End Paid Parking Garage Enhanced Down Valley Bus System "The B-Line" fia'-10 minute headwaysat peak times EeT Longer operating hours Snowmass Village 2~ Enhanced Bus and Shuttle Routes 0,'-Dial Ride 1�r Bike and pedestrian improvements 2 8rush[reekRoada,ure|noadw/shut1|e Smuwmmss to Aspen the "C-Lime" D Owl Creek Road Separated/DedicatedTransit way-rural road HOVonly AABC/BwttermUk LJ Multi-modal Transit center with information and park and ride Aspen Highlands Ua" Pa|dparkin0&restrictedparkinQ Aspen to Airport-the "A'Uwe" VSeparatedyDedicated transit way Downtown Aspen LY paid parking Aspen 2[Enhanoed Bus 8. Shuttle Routes W Dial Ride �� �' 8ike&PedeoCrianimp,ovements [] Neighborhood Park &Rides Priority Uses for the 1/2c sales and Use Tax 2" Improved down valley system U-11construction of "A" and "C"' lines ePublic acquisition of DRG ROW 59"Park and Ride Lots ❑ Provide local funds to participate with the CDOT in the completion of improvements to HWY 82 from Buttermilk to 7'h and main, including a cut and cover tunnel, new bridges over Maroon Creek and castle Creek, and realigning the highway to connect directly with 7`h and Main Street intersection ❑ $7 million for Snowmass Village transportation improvements 2$1.5 million for safety improvements to Pitkin County bus stops 24�,17.5 million buses, maintenance facility improvements and affordable housing for the Roaring Fork Transit Agency or successor regional transportation authority 2"Maroon Creek Highway Replacement Bridge Buttermilk to the Maroon Creek Roundabout Bus Lanes TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 105 April 1991 Snowmass to Aspen Transportation Plan Framework Agreed to work together to develop a comprehensive transit plan *ctober 1992 Upper Valley Transportation Strategy * Agreed that transportation system capacity has been exceeded ® Reduce or Manage the number of vehicles on the roads ® Preference for mass transit alternatives ® Fixed Guideway System should be explored Mission of the EOTC established: "to work collectively to reduce and /or manage the voliane of vehicles on the road system and develop a comprehensive, long-range strategy that will insure a convenient and efficient transportation system for the Roaring Fork Valley. " I Reduce congestion and pollution Implement Valley-wide mass transit system Encourage transportation alternatives and implement auto disincentives October 1993 Basalt to Buttermilk FEIS • Peak-hour HOV lanes from Buttermilk to Gerbazdale • Fixed Guideway Transit Envelope to be provided • Park and Ride Facilities November 1993 Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan I • Airport/Buttermilk Transportation and Information Center • The A-Line: A separate dedicated transit way linking the Airport to Aspen • The B-Line: Enhanced Downvalley RFTA Service • The C-Line: A guideway on Owl Creek Road linking TOSV and Aspen • Purchase the D&RGW ROW Provide matching funds for other transportation improvements * All three entities to agree on all expenditures via resolutions adopted by each jurisdiction ® The parties would continue to meet to discuss proposed projects complimentary to the Comprehensive Plan TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 106 November 1993 1/2 Cent Transportation Sales and Use Tax For mass transportation system improvements consistent with State enabling legislation—"for the purpose of financing, constructing, operating, or maintaining a mass transportation system within the county." o Increased and improved bus service o Park and Ride Facilities o D&RGW ROW Acquisition o Fixed Guideway system connecting Aspen, Snowmass Village and dowrivalley (the A-line and the C-line) o Use Tax to be used first to buy the D&RGW ROW, then for other transportation improvements November 1994 Unsuccessful Mountain Express Transit (MET) Bond Question Would have issued $21m in debt for hybrid bus transitway from Aspen to Airport with a link on Owl Creek Road, with transit stations at Rubey Park, Buttermilk, East Village and Snowmass Mail 1995 Implementation of Aspen Transportation and Parking Plan • Paid Parking • Residential Permits • Transit Improvements Doubling of Bus Service from El Jebel and TOSV April 1995 Entrance to Aspen EIS Agreement * Agreed to analyze transportation alternatives responsive to the ISTEA Act, the AACP, open space preservation and the requirements of the NEPA process ® Endorsed 10 project objectives o Community-based planning o Transportation Capacity (limit the number of vehicles to 2003 levels) o Safety o Environmentally-sound alternative o Community Acceptability o Financial limitations o Clean Air Act Requirements o Emergency Access o Liveable Communities o Phasing 2 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 107 1995 Draft EIS completCi I November 1996 Aspen Voter Approval for 2-lane parkway and rail On Modified Direct Alignment across Marolt/Thomas Property 1996 Final EIS Completed Snowmass to Aspen Linkages Task Force • Reviewed alignment and technology alternatives for transit between Snowmass Village and Aspen • Recommendations included: o Implement short-term improvements to Brush Creek Road. o Continue to study long-term transit alternatives along Brush Creek Road, including a fixed- guideway alignment. o The Task Force was unable to make a recommendation about an aerial connection, but if the elected officials wish to continue to study the Buttermilk- Cafd Suzanne gondola alignment, an EIS process would be the likely next step. o Discontinue discussion of Owl Creek Road as a Transit Corridor. o Continue to study and optimize skier, guest, and commuter mode change scenarios and transfer locations as part of the ongoing design and operational analyses. for the Entrance to Aspen and the Corridor Investment Study. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 108 o Continue to study making road base and drainage improvements and paving Owl Creek Road along its current alignment. February 1997 EOTC commitment of funding to ETA "The EOTC commits the currently uncommitted portion of the 1h cent sales and use tax, projected to provide up to $52.5 million in 2001 dollars to fund the valley -wide rail project and related improvements." 1997 -2000 Roaring Fork railroad Holding Authority Formation and Participation Preferred Alternative: "a combination of highway and intersection improvements, a transit system, and an incremental transportation management (TM) program. The highway component will consist of a two -lane parkway ... across the Marolt- Thomas Property. A connection to Main Street occurs at 7`h Street. The transit component includes an L,RT system that if local support and/or funding are not available, will be developed initially as exclusive bus lanes." 1998 Unsuccessful County Vote on Rail 0 52% indicated no support for a valley -wide rail system e 56 % said stop spending funds on rail studies until the expansion of SH82 is completed 1999 Unsuccessful City Vote on $20m Bond Funding for Rail e 55% said No to bond funding 1998 -2004 Corridor Investment Study • Reviewed Roaring Fork galley Transportation Alternatives • Evaluated rail alternatives o Determined that rail alternative had "marginal financial feasibility" at capital cost of $306m • Recommended further study of a Bus Rapid Transit Alternative November 2000 Creation of the Regional 'Transportation Authority 0 48-04 % of the 1/2 cent sales tax was committed A total amount equal to the proceeds of a 0.7215% tax rate was committed from the existing 1.5% countywide transit sales taxes a TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 109 November 2000 Current Spending Policy and approval of $10.2 in bonding authority • $7m for Snowmass Village Transportation Improvements • $1.5m for safety improvements to Pitkin County bus stops • $7.5m for buses, maintenance facility improvements, and affordable housing for RFTA • Provide funds to participate with CDOT in the completion of the transit-related improvements to the Entrance to Aspen May 2001 Unsuccessful Vote on City Bus Lanes Across Marolt/Thomas Property November 2002 Alignment Preference Votes o Both City and County voters said they preferred the S- Curve alignment November 2004 Successful Vote on Additional Funding for RFTA ® 81.04% of the V2 cent sales tax committed ® An amount equal to the proceeds of a .1651110 tax rate * Was contingent on an additional 0.25 RFTA sales and use tax being approved in Basalt, Eagle County, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs 2007 Brush Creek Lot Expansion June 2007 Entrance to Aspen Reevaluation 0 Preferred Alternative Upheld Summer 2008 Free Service between Snowmass Village and Aspen Began October 2008 Bus Lanes Completed 0 Buttermilk to the Roundabout Revised 04/25/2003 N r9mi" 9 WWIJW_-V_11V]Mi1L� I 01"Uh 'Will 041MA ITffSSTJIJJ-SIf 7C-f -7-YOrfr ,,JC;�Iyj L M November 2002 From Joint Resolution 9396, October 1992--Confirming a Framework for an Upper-Valley Transportation Strategy and Forwarding Intermodal Transportation Project Recommendations to CDOT: The Elected Officials mission is to "work collectively to reduce andlor manage the volume of vehicles on the road system and develop a comprehensive, long-range strategy that will insure a convenient and efficient transportation system for the Roaring Fork Valley. " In developing alternative solutions to the transportation problem, the Elected Officials agreed upon the following criteria that alternative solutions must lend themselves to: I . Improvements to SH82 should be considered in the context of an overall, comprehensive upper-valley and valley-wide transportation plan. 2. Alternatives that encourage the use of mass transit shall have preference over others. 3. Alternatives must be sensitive to seasonal changes. 4. Alternatives that provide incentives to reduce the use of private 'automobiles should be utilized initially. 5. The concept of a fixed guideway system between Snowmass and Aspen should be pursued. 6. The alternative solutions selected must combine to form a transportation strategy that is enduring and one that the community can be proud of. The initial part of a comprehensive transportation plan shall consist of three main elements: 0 Travel DemandManagement (including parking management, bus system improvements, and park-and-ride lots throughout the valley) Transportation Enhancements (including HOV lanes, maintaining Brush Creek Road as a two-lane, rural facility; creative solutions for the Brush Creek Road/SH82, AABC/SH82 and Owl Creek Road/SH92 intersections; a ped/bike path along the Maroon Creek Bridge; acquiring the D&RGW ROW for intermodal transportation purposes; a ped/bike path from Old Snowmass to Basalt; and pursuing improving Owl Creek Road as a dedicated mass transit corridor) Fixed Guideway System(s) (including every reasonable attempt to develop a fixed guideway system(s) between Snowmass and Aspen) CAHomcNF.Q.TDFeb 20, 2003 Mt&-otc—mission-02.doc TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 111 04/25/2003 Revised 04/25/2003 From the 1/2 Cent Sales and Use Tax Approved by Pitkin County Voters to Fund Mass Transportation Improvements (November 1993): State statutes provide that the County is authorized to collect a 0.5% Transit Sales and Use Tax `for the purpose of financing, constructing, operating, or maintaining a mass transportation system within the county. " The law goes on to allow the county to "enter into intergovernmental agreements with any municipality or other county . . . for the purpose of providing mass transportation," By joint resolution and intergovernmental agreement in 1993, the Elected Officials agreed to the following additional spending criteria and guidelines: All mass transportation system improvements must be approved jointly by Aspen, Snowmass and Pitkin County, to include but not be limited to: * Increased and improved bus service ® Park-and-ride facilities ® Participating with Roaring Fork Valley governments and/or others to acquire the D&ROW ROW for transportation and related trails and open space uses * A fixed guideway public transportation system on a separate ROW (such as a busway, monorail, light rail, or similar mechanical transit system) connecting Aspen, Snowmass and downvalley locations within the Roaring Fork Valley and developed with the participation of federal, state and private entities * Any additional projects which fit within the general framework of the overall plan and which are approved by the unanimous consent of the parties Current EOTC Spending Policy: With the formation of the RTA, EOTC agreed to commit 48.04% of the 1/2 cent sales tax collections to the authority. The EOTC's most recent comprehensive spending strategy for the remaining Y? cent sales and use tax revenues was summarized in the successful November 2000 bonding ballot question: $7 million for Snovrmass Village Transportation Improvements $1.5 million for safety improvements to Pitkin County bus stops (on the A-line) $7.5 million for buses, maintenance facility improvements, and affordable housing for RFTA Provide local funds to participate with CDOT in the completion of transit-related improvements to the Entrance to Aspen between Buttermilk and 7"' and Main (the A-line transit platform) C:Viome\E,0.T.0Fcb 20, 2003 Mtgkcotc_mission_02.doc Z. -1 04/2512003 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 112 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL -• MEETING DATE: Community Development Director Search We had a great response to our recruitment, with about 45 applications, including multiple local and regional applicants. We have screened the resumes and have about 25 worthy of additional consideration. We plan on narrowing the field to 10 -12 applicants for telephone (Skype) interviews with key staff, and then we will select finalists for face -to- face interviews. We plan on having a panel of community members as a part of the interview process. I'm hoping to have a new Director on board in March. 2013 Annual Report Our Annual Report publication for the Town (the last of which we produced in 2009), is about ready to go to press. This is targeted at locals, and will be produced, printed, and mailed to P.O. boxes in the Village and provided at future Council meetings and Town - organized events in late January. Event Notices - none *Response Requested 1.14.14 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 113 2ND Draft SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA FEBRUARY 3, 2014 j � j Mr-11,11 ,� ■ Ir o $ . , � 1 ' - iO ' S So 1 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. 4: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No. 5: DIRECTION TO STAFF TO SUBMIT AN OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT TO THE INTERIM TOWN MANAGER (Time: 15 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review contract, motion to approve, amend, deny or convene to Executive Session. - -John Dresser .................................. ..............................P Page Item No.: MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) - -Gary Suiter ................... ...........................Page Item No.: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING: • February 10, 2014 — Work Session • February 18, 2014- Regular Meeting ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No.: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: ® Calendars for January, February and March ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No.: COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No.: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approx hours (excluding items 1- 3 and 9 —12) TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 114 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. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 115 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2014 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: DISCUSSION — COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CHAPTER 10 DISCUSSION (Time: 60 Minutes) - -Sloan Campi ............................ ...........................Page Item No. 3: ADJOURNMENT (VOTE: Total time estimated for meeting_. Appro_x_2 hours (excluding items 1 AND 3 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. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 116 1 st Draft SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA FEBRUARY 18, 2014 • .. • 1. 1 • - 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. 4: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No.: MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) - -Gary Suiter ................... ...........................Page Item No.: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING: • March 3, 2014 - Regular Meeting • March 12, 2014 - Work Session • March 17, 2014 - Regular Meeting ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No.: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: • Calendars for January, February and March ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No.: COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No.: ADJOURNMENT (VOTE: Total time estimated for_meetinq: Approx hours (excluding items 1- 3 and 9 -12) 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. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 117 1 2 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 3 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 4 DECEMBER 16, 2013 5 6 CALL TO ORDER AT 400 P.M. 7 8 Mayor Boineau called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town 9 Council on Monday, December 16, 2013, at 4:04 p.m. 10 11 Item No. 1 ROLL CALL 12 13 14 15 COUNCIL MEMBERS Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and PRESENT: Chris Jacobson. COUNCIL MEMBERS All council members were present. ABSENT: STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Anne Martens, Public Works Director; John Baker, Road Supervisor; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Sloan Campi, Planner; Mark Kittle, Chief Building Official; Kelly Vaughn, Communications Director; Yan Baczkowski, Director of Tourism; Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 16 PUBLIC PRESENT: Leigh Vogel, Anne Gurchick, Don Schuster, Gert VanMorsel, Mel Blumenthal, James Herrel, Steve Alldredge, Rich Burkley, LeAnn Vold, Guy Courtney, Bill Fabrocini, Bart DeLorenzo, Debbie Shore, Ken Olson, Jill Beathard and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. 17 18 Item_No. 2 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF TOWN STAFF TENURE AWARDS (15,20 19 AND 30 YEARS OF SERVICE) 20 21 At this time Mayor Boineau acknowledged those staff members that have been 22 employed with the Town of Snowmass Village for 10, 15, 20, and 25 years of service 23 24 10 years of Service 25 $325 Gift Certificate for cash 26 . Nick Reitter - Facilities Maintenance - PW 27 28 15 years of Service 29 $450.00 Certificate for cash 30 • Ed Fuller - Road Department - PW TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 118 12- 16 -13TC Minutes Page 2 of 8 31 32 20 years of Service 33 $725.00 Certificate for cash 34 ® Kevin Omang - Shop -PW 35 ® Rob Weien - Building Department 36 ® Rhonda Coxon - Town Clerks Department 37 38 30 years of Service 39 $1,500 Certificate for cash 40 David Peckler - Transportation 41 42 43 item No. 3 JOINT TOWN COUNCIL AND PLANNING COMMISSION 44 MEETING TO HEAR APPLICANT PRESENTATION OF MAJOR PUD AMENDMENT 45 PRELIMINARY PLAN INVOLVING LOT 2 IN BASE VILLAGE, AND IDENTIFY 46 SPECIFIC COMPONENTS, AREAS OF THE CODE OR CORE ISSUES FOR THE 47 PLANNING COMMISSION'S REVIEW, RESPECTIVELY 48 49 At this time Planning Commission Chair Donna Aiken called to order the Special Joint 50 Meeting with the Town Council on Monday, December 16, 2013. 51 52 Planning Commission member present were Donna Aiken, Don Crouch Doug Faurer, 53 David Rachofsky, Tom Yocum. 54 55 Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom stated this is a joint meeting of the Planning Commission 56 and the Town Council to hear the applicants presentation of Major PUD amendment 57 preliminary plan involving Lot 2 in Base Village. Don Schuster representing the 58 applicant Aspen Skiing Company provided a short PowerPoint Presentation. He noted 59 that the application is now being reviewed by Town Departments and Special Districts 6o and the comments are due back to the Planning Department by the second week in 61 January and then there will be a Public Hearing at a Planning Commission Meeting. 62 63 Schuster reviewed the rooms, ski storage, some of the programing around the openess 64 of the Food and Beverage operation flowing into the lobby area, Building 9 proposal of 65 an event lawn run by the Master Association, exterior materials and elevation, 66 incorporate the elevator into the approval process, then reviewed each floor and their 67 contents, which included some meeting space, employee housing, additional elevator 68 and a couple of hot tubs and pool area. There a total of 102 hotel rooms and 18 69 residential units with 90 percent having lock offs. Schuster also reviewed Building 4 7o adding 500 square feet of retail, there is no longer a breezeway but a residential lobby. 71 At this time he provided a summary of the variations to the approved PUD. The Town 72 Attorney John Dresser thanked the applicant for the presentation and stated that the 73 Council should only ask clarifying questions and a full discussion will be on the January 74 6, 2014 meeting agenda. 75 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 119 12- 16 -13TC Minutes Page 3 of 8 76 77 At this time the Planning Commission adjourned their meeting. 78 79 Town Council took a break at this time. 80 81 Item No. 4 PUBLIC NON - AGENDA ITEMS 82 83 Mayor Boineau let the people in the Public know he would not be taking any Public Non - 84 Agenda discussion on Krabloonik until the report from the DA has been submitted to the 85 Town and this item will be but on an agenda of a future meeting. 86 87 Item No. 5 COUNCIL UPDATES 88 89 There were no Council updated at this time. 90 91 Item No. 6 SHORTLISTED PROPOSALS FOR HOLY CROSS COMMUNITY 92 ENHANCEMENT FUND EFFICIENCY /RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT 93 94 Mona Newton Executive Director of C.O.R.E. and Kelly Vaughn Communications 95 Director of the Town of Snowmass Village stated the purpose of this discussion is to 96 review the shortlisted proposals submitted for an energy conservation /renewal energy 97 project for Town of Snowmass Village facilities and systems, and identify a course of 98 action. 99 loo A total of 6 proposals were submitted from the RFP and a steering committee reviewed 1o1 the proposals based on the criteria listed below: 102 1. Potential to reduce energy costs to the Town 103 2. Return on Investment 104 3. Community acceptance 1o5 4. Public Education 106 5. Barriers to project completion 107 6. Other considerations as appropriate 108 1o9 The three shortlisted proposals that were chosen were present and provided a five 110 minute presentation for Council; they were 1) SGM, Engineering Economics, Inc., Clean 111 Energy Economy for the Region (CLEER) and HVAC Technical Services, Inc. 2) Sol 112 Energy and 3) Clean Energy Collective. 113 114 After presentations from each and questions by Council, Vaughn reviewed the potential 115 courses of action that could be consider by the Council which are included in the today's 116 packet. 117 118 Mel Blumenthal a part time resident of Snowmass Village spoke to the proposals and 119 stated they are viable and creative uses. He reminded the Council to keep in mind 120 there are competing uses for the Holy Cross Enhancement Fund. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 120 12-16-13TC Minutes Page 4 of 8 121 122 Bill Boineau made the motion to approve the SGM or Collective proposal and this 123 motion died due to a lack of second. 0 seconded the motion. 124 125 Voting Aye: None. 126 127 Voting Nay: None. 128 Council Member Haber asked that staff and C.O.R.E work with the three proposals for 129 some comparatives between the proposals. When does the savings start, etc. and a 13o breakdown of phases and the cost of each phase. Council does realize this would be 131 an additional charge as this is extra work. Council would rather not spend $100,000 to 132 realize the savings. How do we get the greatest energy savings for least amount of 133 Holy Cross money is the challenge facing the proposals that have been submitted. 134 Council would be in support of Nick Reitter's suggestions of areas to study. 135 136 Town Council took a break at this time. 137 138 Item No. 9 RESOLUTION NO. 33, SERIES OF 2013 - ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE 139 PERMIT - VENGA VENGA 140 141 Planner Sloan Campi is asking that Council consider the Planning Commission's 142 recommendation for the approval of an Annual Temporary Use Permit Application for 143 construction and operation of Venga Venga Express on the Snowmass Village Mall 144 occupying the space where the Little Dill once operated. 145 146 Fred Kucker made the motion to approve the Annual Temporary Use Permit for Venga 147 Venga Express. Bill Boineau seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote 148 of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 149 150 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 151 Jacobson. 152 153 Voting Nay: None. 154 Item No. 7 SNOWMASS TOURISM UPDATE 155 156 Tourism Director Yan Baczkowski provided a Snowmass Tourism Update which 157 provides information regarding some of the highlights of the actions undertaken by the 158 department with a particular emphasis on our international endeavors. 159 160 Item No. 8 SECOND READING- ORDINANCE NO. 11, SERIES OF 2013 - ADOPTING 161 A NEW DIGITAL OFFICIAL ZONE DISTRICT MAP AS AND AMENDMENT TO THE 162 OFFICIAL ZONE DISTRICT MAP 163 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 121 12- 16 -13TC Minutes Page 5 of 8 164 Planner Sloan Campi stated that this is second reading and a Public Hearing on 165 Ordinance No. 11, Series of 2013 amending the Official Zone District Map to create a 166 digital, updated version of the Zoning Map using the Town's Geographic Information 167 System (GIS). 168 169 Fred Kucker made the motion to approve by a roll call vote second reading of 170 Ordinance No. 11, Series of 2013 amending the Official Zone District Map. 171 Markey Butler seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor 172 to 0 opposed. 173 174 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 175 Jacobson. 176 177 Voting Nay: None. 178 Mayor Boineau opened the Public Hearing at 8:05 p.m. for comments from the Public 179 and there being no comments from the public the Mayor closed the Public Hearing at 180 8:06 p.m. 181 182 Item No. 10 MANAGER'S REPORT 183 184 At this time Town Manager Gary Suiter introduced Anne Martens the newly hired Public 185 Works Director. 186 187 Item discussed: 188 1) Ice Rink Status 189 2) Way Finding Sinage 190 3) Community Development Director Search 191 4) Holiday Party 192 5) Variable Message Sign - John Baker spoke to this item 193 194 Bill Boineau made the motion to approve using a variable message sign for parking, 195 special event and weather related messages. Fred Kucker seconded the motion. The 196 motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 1 opposed. 197 198 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Fred Kucker, and Chris Jacobson. 199 200 Voting Nay: and Jason Haber. 201 Item No. 11 AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING • January 6, 2014 - Regular Meeting • January 13, 2014 - Work Session • January 20, 2014 - Regular Meeting • February 3 2014 - Regular Meeting 202 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 122 12- 16 -13TC Minutes Page 6 of 8 203 At this time the Council reviewed the agendas listed. 204 205 Town Manager Gary Suiter noted that on January 6, 2014 the Snowmass Discovery 206 Center will provide an update, presented by John Rigney and Tom Cardamone. Council 207 Member Haber would rather start and hour earlier on each Regular meeting instead of 208 Work Sessions on an additional Monday. 209 210 Majority of Council agreed to the Work Session date of January 13, 2014 for two hours. 211 212 Item No. 12 APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR * December 9, 2013- Special Meeting 213 Markey Butler made the motion to approve the minutes for the Special meeting of the 214 Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, December 9, 2013. Fred Kucker 215 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 216 217 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 218 Jacobson. 219 220 Voting Nay: None. 221 Item No. 13 COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS • December • January • February 222 Mayor Boineau stated that the Basalt and Snowmass Village Fire District are looking at 223 possibly sharing of afire Chief. 224 225 Council Member Jacobson would like to Anderson Ranch to future meeting to discuss 226 their ideas within Base Village. 227 228 Item No. 14 EXECUTIVE SESSION 229 23o At 8:12 p.m. 231 232 Bill Boineau made the motion to enter closed session Fred Kucker seconded the 233 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 234 235 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 236 Jacobson. 237 238 Voting Nay: None. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 123 12- 16 -13TC Minutes Page 7 of 8 239 Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24 -6- 402(4) and 240 Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c), to specifically discuss three items: 241 242 a) Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, 243 developing strategy for negotiations, instructing negotiators pursuant to C.R.S. 244 24- 6- 402(4)(e) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(5); and 245 246 b) Conferences with an attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on 247 specific legal questions pursuant to C.R.S. 24- 6- 402(4)(c) and Snowmass Village 248 Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(2); 249 250 c) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session has 251 requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24- 6- 402(4)(f)(1) and Snowmass 252 Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(6); 253 254 Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two- thirds of the quorum present at this meeting 255 to hold an Executive Session and for the purposes of considering items (a) (b) and (c) 256 above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, 257 regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. 258 259 26o At 10:33 p.m. 261 262 Fred Kucker made the motion to approve reconvening to the Regular Meeting of 263 the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, December 16, 2013. Markey Butler 264 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 265 266 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 267 Jacobson. 268 269 Voting Nay: None. 270 Item No. 15 ADJOURNMENT 271 272 At 10:34 p.m. 273 274 Fred Kucker made the motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village 275 Town Council on Monday, December 16, 2013. Markey Butler seconded the 276 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 277 278 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 279 Jacobson. 280 281 Voting Nay: None. TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 124 12- 16 -13TC Minutes Page 8 of 8 282 Submitted By, 283 284 285 Rhonda B. Coxon, CIVIC 286 Town Clerk 287 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 125 2014 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 126 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 2014 Sat 1 30 31 TC PACKET 01 -21 -14 128