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01-02-01 Town Council Packet ! ..+.. L.. !•�.r'. ,i u. .n '.; V� '4.• • .. . .� .. � ..•..Jr •1 •�•:1..:rt.,.al�..pt�l.e!.,Y.1.=/ w�.Mw.raYle '�verLM•rr4 + r� .+ • 7 .- u. . . .. .n. wpr•n. ,� .,,.i. � .. .+ • ..e � . , .n i.i., hL•nL arww..r a W� � . �.1 'p+ a w..'..n..aa .Ln ... �..•...uRv ���.. ... ....�...Li....ra.�...w•1YI�•�w•1Lw .aw.r+.. .r..•W.r.....�..:.nywr.u'•+F✓W+faY W"+�IIi.W+'u-+.awWia.-•�.w.+M�++rI{�A1.�"'yl.�•.wh+l�.+r�•�•. .. .. ._ . .. . .. . .. . . .... . luck SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL JOA CX17 • WORK SESSION 01-02-2001 2:00— 2:30 INTERVIEW APPLICANTS — BOARDS & COMMISSIONS -- Town Council. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 (Tab A) 2:30 - 3:00 PARCEL "F" DISCUSSION -- C. Thompson/B. Barthelenghi. . . . . .Page 36 (Tab B) 3:00 — 3:30 TRAIL CLOSURE DISUCSSION -- C. Thompson/B. Barthelenghi. . . . . . Page 39 (Tab C) 3:30 — 3:50 PARCEL "N" OWNERS DISCUSSION -- Joe Coffey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 41 (Tab D) 3:50 —4:00 BREAK ......................................................................... SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING 01-02-2001 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: RESOLUTION NO. 01, SERIES OF 2001 COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON A RESOLUTION REAPPOINTING JUDGE WILLIAM J. LIPPMAN AS MUNICIPAL JUDGE, SETTING THE TERM OF OFFICE AND COMPENSATION -- Trudi Worline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 43 (Tab E) Item No. 4: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION — RESOLUTION NO. 17, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL DISCUSSION ON A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE TOWN COUNCIL FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION REGARDING AUTHORIZATION FOR SNOWMASS CLUB ASSOCIATES TO SUBMIT A PRELIMINARY PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FOR THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II PROPOSAL (Continued from 12-04-00 and 12-18-00) -- Jim Wahlstrom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 45 (Tab F) 01-02-01 tc Page 2 Item No. 5: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 28, SERIES OF 2000 COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NO.1, SERIES OF 2000 AND ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES THEREUNDER (Tabled from 12-18-00) -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 66 (Tab G) Item No. 6: RESOLUTION NO. 02, SERIES OF 2001 COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE LIQUOR LICENSINGS AUTHOPRITY, THE FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD, ARTS ADVISORY BOARD, PLANNING COMMISSION, AND THE BOARD OF APPEALS AND EXAMINERS -- Tudi Worline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 ( Tab A) Item No. 7: RESOLUTION NO. 03, SEREIS OF 2001 COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE LOCATIONS OF THE OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE BOARDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE -- Trudi Worline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 71 (Tab H) Item No. 8: RESOLUTION NO. 04, SERIES OF 2001 COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ARNOLD P. MORDKIN TO APPEAR BEFORE THE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY AS A REPRESENTATIVE OF MORDKIN ENTERPRISES, INC., THE APPLICANT FOR A RETAIL LIQUOR STORE LICENSE -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 74 (Tab 1) Item No. 9: MANAGER'S REPORT -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 78 (Tab J) Item No. 10: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES OF 12-04-00 . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 81 (Tab K) 01-02-01tc Page 3 Item No. 11: DISCUSSION/ACTION 2000 BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ATTENDANCE RECORDS -- Trudi Worline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 91 (Tab L) Item No. 12: DISCUSSION CALENDARS/STATUS REPORT. . . . Page 93 (Tab M) Item No. 13: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS Item No. 14: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: 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. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 2, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 02, SERIES OF 2001,A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY,THE FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD,ARTS ADVISORY BOARD,PLANNING COMMISSION,AND THE BOARDS OF APPEALS AND EXAMINERS Presented By: Trudi Worline,Town Clerk Core Issues:. There were a total of 23 vacancies created by terms expiring and people resigning. I have publicly posted and published in accordance with the Home Rule Charter. General Info: Listed below are the boards with current members listed and the names of the applicants. I have denoted those applicants that are incumbents. ARTS ADVISORY BOARD B Vacancies CURRENT MEMBERS Jim Baker Mary Beth Bassett Carol Batchelder Mary C. Fee Kathy Hansen Carol Strickman APPLICANTS('INCUMBENTS) 7Applications 'Judy Clauson 'June Breen Gordon 'Janet Grande 'Shldey Millard 'Linda Sandals Lois L. Sando 'Sandy Stay BOARD OF APPEALS AND EXAMINERS 3 Vacancies CURRENT MEMBERS Don Upper Patrick Keelty APPLICANTS('INCUMBENTS) 3 Applications 'Wolf Gensch 'Thomas S. Goode 'James Gustafson LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY 3 Vacancies CURRENT MEMBERS Sted Stokes Bianca Hooker APPLICANTS('INCUMBENTS) 4 Applications Donna Alken Deldre Boineau 'Melissa(Mite) Forster *Cheryl Morgan gift I- FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD 5 Vacancies CURRENT MEMBERS Gary L. Beach George Smith APPLICANTS(NONE) PLANNING COMMISSION 4 Vacancies There are 2 Alternate positions and 2 regular positions. The vacancies were created by Robert Gaudin,Alternate,term expires, George Huggins,term expires,Arnold Mordkin,sworn in as Council Member, Robert Purvis,Alternate, resigned. CURRENTMEMBERS Jim Benson Doug Faurer Jim Gustafson APPLICANTS('INCUMBENTS)5 Applications Bill Boineau Paul Fee Robert B. Fridstein 'George Huggins Mark Stout One of the vacancies is to replace Arnold Mordkin who's term would be up in 2002. Council Options: See staff recommendation. Staff Recommendation: Make appointments, approve Resolution No. 02, Series of 2001, and continue advertising for those boards with vacancies. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 02 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY, THE FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD, THE ARTS ADVISORY BOARD PLANNING COMMISSION, AND THE BOARDS OF APPEALS AND EXAMINERS WHEREAS, Section 8.3 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of all boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council; and WHEREAS, the terms of members on certain boards and commissions have expired and resignations have been submitted; and WHEREAS, vacancies have been publicly posted and published in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Home Rule Charter; and WHEREAS, the following citizens have expressed submitted applications expressing desire to be appointed: NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: That the following citizens are hereby appointed to serve as follows: Section One: Appointments and Terms LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY 2-YEAR TERM 1101 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD 2-YEAR TERM 1/01 - 1/03 (No Applicants) 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 ARTS ADVISORY BOARD 2-YEAR TERM 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1103 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 1/01 - 1/03 .3r Reso. 01-02 Page 2 PLANNING COMMISSION 3-YEAR TERM Alternate 1/01 - 1/04 Alternate 1/01 - 1/04 Regular Member 1/01 - 1/04 Replacing Arnie Mordkin's term 1/99 - 1/02 BOARD OF APPEALS AND EXAMINERS 3-YEAR TERM 1/01-01/04 1/01-01/04 1/01-01/04 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 2rd of January, 2001, with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of 0 in favor to 0 opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor ATTEST: TRUDI WORLINE,Town Clerk goo TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission C3 Election Judge ❑ Election Commission KArts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Name. \ 1 I Home Phone: �L J t,A1.Ul u v, — + Physical Home Permanent Residence:Addre . -7 A� _ I /�(At mod'/fiC�' Ye3 N o ❑ sT City: l/• Mailing Address: UX_R W Indicate Place of Permanent Residence Business Mailing Address: Cke to Office Phone: U 601(.5 $ S.V. ( tyr ,41D5' Fm toyed With: Position: D'y1ta4VL, j .LVu tee Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes ` lL or No ❑ Lis the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: 9 1< fiL�S Z Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?: n e r I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the onsibilities and duties. N et�' Y7 Appl )is Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmacs Village, CO 81615 mAbnardAapp.6Uc NOV 2 n 7000 04/01/1994 22:10 303-923-6280 HIGH ALPINE PAGE 01 ..ry r. . .... 11L. V441 I. Lt r TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position 0 Guard of Appeals and Examiners 0 U,4uor Licensing Authority r- Financial Advisory 0 Planning Ccnmiasion F'lectioe Jjdze 0 Election Commission Arts Advisory Boar o O her: Nsva 11 Home Phasr i 7Yvng 3reen Gordon ct23- 331 l P):y.iw lic ne I 1p/1 (Rc)eo Rotac/ Psrteanere Aesidence. nadt... Sn�^^as 5 V;11 ea a Co 81 (ol 5 Yes A No 0 sT.s nr A!ilhng Address: h,dgm Place of rettnseeat Astideote i p,0. 5789 , Srrwss YIg.jCO tlaseest Molina Address. Office Phmx: `13 - 3311 rmpbiol winw PaaMMen: l CpcardOr\� AI re you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes W or No 0 List the Ystperienct or Fducction which may qualify you for this potitioe: = e of tl rar' ('Duna Why do you wish to be appointed to this position): 1 �+A 1..3 a r cc.r. CCd a3 lrs./�,onT a le� 1_ l-J.LI �L1rJ -t^.r' L = n. ie •e�nrif $rL _ xclI ackneiwltdgr tisat I am familiar with the quAificatiolu,duties and responsibilities of the position for which 1 .vi+iying and,if appointed, 1 am rs.dy,willing and abls t., tsl.v an oath as well on sr•r.Ptiae the r..oun 'bilitie sadd tri ice- ig�-[x� _ plitant s Signnure Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Srowmass Village, Box $010, Snowmats Village, CO 81615,' JOIN,(1p 0*0 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission • Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: None: /n�N A— Home Phone: 9v) Co,'154 Physical Home Pennonem Residence: Addms: (�Go �MCL-ka- -k---ays City:ZIP: �j GrO. �(ol�j Yes a No c3 Mailing Add��ms^^:�y( t59'z7 Indicate Place of Permanent Residence: �F IQL9 AA AAX VW qko VD Bwiness Mailing Address: / Office Phone: - i Employed With: / Pwition: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes ! or No ❑ List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position:► /,, \\ 1�1 � wo Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?: li - - -TZ, I acknowledge that 1 am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the esponsibilities duties. muw& PA z�! a°-&&- Appli s Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 mAboards\app.bkc -79W TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Tame: Home Phone: sHiRIey y�3 3y89 Physical Home S?W5'olt/5 FOU/P y7.S Permanent Residence: _ �id�"" _ h,,.Vir��9ss !�/C/PG�j cv s/G/S' ST.a ZIP: Yes}I( No ❑ /'a. /�aK G/Y9 a,cmo sT y ye�P�s Mailing Address:,5�/�r /mgSS 6�/CL/°GE CO //j/S Indicate Place of Permanent Residence : Business Mailing Address: 5/#N/E" Office Phone: SA/79E Employed With: S'EL /7 Position: sH/'cr• AmeerycD ca c- e.edl ('///i'E /16Eacy Sir!/- /rTifEl� Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes K or No ❑ List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: <arAG - ,�OA,E'D of Di�P`cra�5 �9S�EN/,S�or,�rL9ss Cp//N�%L 6orf' T�s'6 �fe� //- /IlE'n1slrRsNi�s As/'En/ /+�'rr�uscu..? /I• C./ c. siyaw,rlgss ,fsr�,eY s� !1/i� � - �' - d�'�r1J JJ/.F'ECTACS Ta,d A�V�sorY ,Ba/+�'n �a� DcvECOf;mevfACC D/SRe'iED ScF mo�E dEtow /�BRD AIF�1/6Et ,9vD �',AES/OFiU� 77/E lHr1rPTEJp Jao H/G/1 ,aure/v1AVW&ncu� Why do you wish to be appointed to this position%: c E C41561!/ Ga/t// / .:i?o s/ocdn fsS nvWrle fol, 271r'61 X13- T V57TI� Cc1,VV4 101 rioN Ay.D Coo E.�P boy ScTR'EEf rj/F T b A r se ohr -77E v.9uc rs Co.��iTree 600 660l -rc Rriee /t C oN 7-101s WOW 1 v -70 aN A019.4/] of C aIuf/c 1 L I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, quilling and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. Applican s Signature ^�00 Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 n:\boards\app.bbc /'A5T 0)1E60 A,,951Fvai ai ;R'r 5111tl -)/E"Ga l4a�PiPESEN7- 5/fN ?/ECO IOUTI/ SY/I?� 1 5/'EC//JG OLYAi�/� /ISSC FaR R`C�R�z fv'y -ro-_ —w u/rw X y/r'N $CNOOL TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission C3 Election Judge ❑ Election Commission Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Nurse/: Home Phone: Physical Home ` _!/ /� Permanent Residence: Address: trSY City: Sn40ed Ina-4'f Y,/la��. nD P16 /,i Yes No ❑ ST,rte ZIP: Mailing Addms: /QO, /'O b< , C,Jr vf0 Indicate Place of Permanent Residence Bwinas Mailing Address: Office Phone: �/9 A11� Employed With: Position: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes )� or No ❑ List the Experience or Education which may,qualify you for this sition: _ 1/ '6 '4-xr f/ilo� oQr� �rii/c i99G a,cw �ia de eta i�t?� i ucn ri �mm: ec� >�v'i 3V tic re A .i7 are' Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?: !!> iii!/ !Z 9' 4azmee S I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position f6r which I am applying and, if appointed, I a ady, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. vaz' '6tv 0 aw Applicant' Ignature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 mAboards\app.bUc ODWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAG, Application for Board/Commission Position ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission ` Ii Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other. Name: 1 Home Phone: "O!> �• `6&-rap 23— (062 Physical Home Permanent RaidCri Address: 1?-I If Owl Cr'c-4e— P-D v Q-h city: .k, Ce Yes R4 No ❑ ST.b:ZIP: Pam $1 M I Mailing Addnaa: 6o-vh,;i, - Indicate Place of Permanent Rc idence Bminess Mining Address: Office Phone: n O. S a Employed Wick Posidoc Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes ❑ or No VC List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: cw �.. (3�v., d1Ao,,.�>L o�, era,..• . Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?: lwd l wouta btsa tc .1 I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the :esponsibilities and duties. c e /O • �/S/oa Applicant's Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 =Aboarrs\app.bhe I'O � TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission Y Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Name•. Home Phone: saoo ST 4z3-4369 Physical Home Permanent Residence: Address: 1 D Z/o FA a2AlA�Okt� A City:City:yam: Spou yi1f1SS V YesYi No 0 Mailing Address: PC) • e;,O>( Indicate Place of Pcrmanent Residence: (elm Fl 5S 0 1 Business Mailing Addiress:: - Office Phone: N) P Employed With: JCLc �� — J7D Position: 4eR0 A-;Tlv6j( 1Z /1lt gAu05 ffS/LESS Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No ❑ List the Experience or Education which ma qualify you for this position: Q J- c71 (,Lt.�io,LP b Will do ou wish to be appointed to this position.. m R4tta 4/) a-& P VA I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. Applicant's Signat a - ate ,i Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 mAboards\aPp•b&c DEC 11 2000 ARTS ADVISORY BOARD 2-year Terms Appointed Expires JIM BAKER 01/00 01/02 Box 5598 Snowmass Village, 81615 W: 923-3181 F: 923-3871 email: ibakerCa andersonranch.ora MARY BETH BASSETT 01/00 01/02 Box 5721 Snowmass Village, 81615 H: 923-4185 W: 923-4726 email: mbsouaredCabaol.com CAROL BATCHELDER 01/00 01/02 Box 6326 Snowmass Village, 81615 H: 923-6547 F: 923-6574 email: carbatch0sopris.net JUDY CLAUSON 07/00 01/01 C/O Anderson Ranch P.O. Box 5598 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-2624 W: 923-3181 ext. 205 email: jclausonC�Dandersonranch.org MARY C. FEE 10/00 01/02 Box 5253 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-6531 F: 923-4756 email: maryfeeftsooris.net JAN GRENDA 04/99 01/01 Box 5927 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-6234 JUNE BREEN GORDON 10/00 01/01 Box 5789 Snowmass Village, CO H: 923-3318 W: 923-3311 email: geoaspenno.aol.com KATHY HANSEN 07/00 01/02 P.O. Box 6605 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-6182 W: 925-3721 ext. 12 P:\shomdblerkV"rdsV rts\rnemb=\MEM BER.LST Members-Ist Page 2 MEGAN BLY HUMPHREY 07/00 01/01 P.O. Box 2680 Aspen, CO 81612 H: 923-4514 W: 925-8050 DOUG MERCATORIS, Council Ex-Officlo member Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-5928 W: 923-3576 SHIRLEY MILLARD 07/00 01/01 P.O. Box 6147 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-3489 LOIS L. SANDO 07/00 01/01 1214 Owl Creek Ranch Rd. Aspen, CO 81611 H: 923-6629 email: snodesertOaol.com LINDA SANDELS 01/99 01/01 Box 6546 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-6208 F: 923-6208 (CALL TO NOTIFY) email: sandelsaasaeninfo.com SANDY STAY 10/00 01/01 P.O. Box 5388 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-4364 sstay0rof.net CAROL STRICKMAN 01/00 01/02 Box 6239 Snowmass Village, 81615 H: 923-1645 P:shared%clerkV o rds�ans\n bm\MEMBER.LST Members-Ist Page 3 AD HOC MEMBERS Jazz Aspen at Snowmass 110 East Hallam St, Ste 104 Aspen, 81611 WK 9204996 Executive Director Aspen/Snowmass Council for the Arts 110 E. Hallam St., Suite 118 Aspen, 81611 920-7477 Fax: 920-5700 aspenart@rof.net/ www.asi)en.com/arts Marketing Director Snowmass Village Resort Association P.O. Box 5566 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 W: 923-2000 H: 923-2844 INTERESTED PARTIES (Mall Agenda) ANNE SCHWERDT CHRIS NOLEN 7800 Frying Pan Rd Box 108 Basalt, CO 81621 Aspen, 81612 H: 927-9807 H: 923-2805 / F: 920-1173 W: 925-1940 / 920-7140 Direct Number LAURA SMITH C/O Aspen Music Festival & School 2 Music School Road Aspen, CO 81611 W: 925-3254 laura @rof.net BOARMARTS\MEMBERIST Update 07/00 P.Xshared\clak%mtda'erta%fnanbem\MEMBER.rST TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position Board of Appeals and Examiners o Liquor Licensing Authority o Financial Advisory n Planning Commission o Election Judge 0 Election Commission D Arts Advisory Board O Other: Nurse: Home Phone: Udl.►— G1,t✓IJsc 97-7- 488 Physical Home 31 �.(pr1� ,�ylq�t Permanent Residence; Address: S, t l� • ,g 1(0 1 s ST.x tee. Yes No o Moiling Address: �^ s 6 Indicate Place of Permanent Residence : 31 Ptav+t tt a (e_ Bmirws Mailing Address: - - Offioe Phone: 2)+a— S66B SNt 0( •CO, Rao R2,3 -2�$�' Emplo With: Position: lJ• 6euA Cvus14 . 60 (�wttef Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes "D< or No 0 List the perieis or Education which may qualify you for this posit'on: Q Gem n , Why do you wish to be ap In d to this position?: I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position fbr which I am applying.and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the r nsibi ti s and du 'es. u12�1o0 App �nt's Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 snAboards\app.beu NOV 2 y 2000 12/18/200B 08:47 9709237438 TOM GOODE PUMBING PAGE 82 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position G/ Board of Appals and Examiners o Liquor Licensing Authority o Financial Advisory o Pluming Commission a Election Judge o Election Commission o Arts Advisory Board o Other: Naec HornsP Addm l Hems r I rr AW 7v4L G� �e}�y^ Psrmenen,Residemr ' Addew: J r,F' cur, SlVelrs:5GYffotlr /6fr Yes Eli No D ST.at Mp: Moliet Address: �OX 6 /f` Indiasm Plsu of Pum.mm Rmidsom: Swism Mu' Office Phow: . 65'/3 S�rc✓�fros�/i�� a 3 6 0 Employed vilh!—, Position: Am you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or . No 0 Lin the Exile ' nee or Education which may yuali you for this position: Why do you wish to be appointed�g ositeo Posl�lat� / .l ' /'d I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities'of the position for which I am applying sad, if appointed,I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the retponsibil' • and duties. Applicant's Signature �— Date Return to : Town Clerk, `town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 m�boseds\spp6lte . ----- TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position I4 Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority o Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission o Election Judge ❑ Election Commission ❑ Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Name. Home Phone: 3&0\ey 6%,1e:1 hP0V\ 41 23.563� Physical Home Q` NDY�n R�kt\ �j�/1/1� Permanent Residence: Address: vV "`� City: �jtipuJYVIAFfi \1�t\ e, ,C4 Bl Cv l$ Yes 11( No ❑ ST.x ZIP: Mailing Address: ( O WJ� lDV 7 Indicate Place of Permanent Residence `jvloww\ay5 V�11 c Co 81615 Business Mailing Addtess:2 - .�bpp�N1Lj OHiu Phone: A�0 e v\ C ) a1CP\1 1125.3'353 Employed with: 16uk Ax K,530G . Position: r,1n' te�ks �.G. P�reStd�e�� A-vr,�t:�e� Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes A or No o List the Experience or Education which may quali you for this position: 5 LJ t .Q Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?: I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. t4 9 — 12�22/00 Applicant's Sig ature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 m:\boards\app.b&c poll • DEC 22 2000 December 11, 2000 Snowmass Village Town Council P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 DEAR COUNCIL MEMBERS- I am herewith seeking reappointment to the Snowmass Village Board of Examiners & Appeals and propose that this letter and attached resume be accepted as application for that position. I have served as a member of this Board since Its inception In 1978, and have served as Chairman in past years. I believe that during this period I have maintained an overall good record of attendance and contribution. As qualifications for a position on the Board of Examiners & Appeals I feel that the following background Is appropriate: • Homeowner and Resident of Snowmass Village since 1976. • Resident of Roaring Fork Valley since 1970. • Membership and participation in several Snowmass organizations, Including Homeowner's Association Board of Directors, Rotary, Design Committee, Etc. (See Attached Resume). • Professional training and experience in Planning, Design & Construction of Site Development and Building Projects, as well as Building Code experience. • Many years of prior experience on the Snowmass Village Board of Examiners&Appeals. The Uniform Building Code outlines the recommended composition of this Board and calls for one of the positions to be held by a Registered Architect. As a Registered Architect for over twenty-five years, I feel that my professional background and many years of service on the Board of Examiners&Appeals, as well as a variety of other fors of community participation, are appropriate and valuable qualifications to continue to fill this position. 1 believe that an active working knowledge of the Building Codes and the Construction Industry in general, as well as familiarity with local codes & conditions, are Important prerequisites for the 'Architect' member of the Board. The continuity maintained by a reappointment offers an additional advantage. Thank you for your consideration of this application, and please feel free to contact me If any additional Information Is required. Sincerely, CAUDILL GUSTAFSON&ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, P.C. James A. Gustafson President • 1%- C A U D I L L G U S T A F S O N AND ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS , P . C . 234 EAST HOPKINS AVENUE • ASPEN, COLORADO 81611, USA • TELEPHONE 970-925-3383 • FAX 970-925-1371 Caudill Gustafson & Associates Architects, P.C. James a. austafson aia James A. Gustafson AIA, President of Caudill Gustafson & Associates,joined the fine In 1970 and has been the Managing Principal since 1980. He has broad experience in the management of large-scale design and construction projects of a Publictinstitutional and Resort/Hospitallty nature In the Rocky Mountain region as well as Internationally. Mr. Gustafson has served as Project Architect, Project Manager or Principal-in- Charge for over two hundred of the firm's most significant projects over the past thirty years. These facilities have received more than forty Architectural Design Awards. Mr. Gustafson has been actively Involved in a wide range of recent building programs including major Educational, Conference & Hotel facilities in the United States and In Asia. In addition to basic Architectural/ Engineering services, these projects have Included substantial programming and planning activity for several multi-faceted building complexes, which have Incorporated phased and fast-tracked construction. He has also remained very active In Community and Professional affairs. PERSONAL: Born: Oak Park, Illinois- November 12, 1943 Married: Mary Brent Childers- May 30, 1970 Children: Britta Anne Gustafson-April 30, 1978 Kalli Anella Gustafson-July 20, 1981 Sonya Marie Gustafson - November 15, 1983 EDUCATION: University of Illinois Undergraduate Division- Chicago, Navy Pier 1961-64 Champaign/Urbana- 1964-66 Bachelor of Architecture- 1988 REGISTRATION: Colorado License B-1062- 1975 (by Examination) NCARB Certificate No.29,754 PROFESSIONAL & CIVIC ACTIVITIES: ► American Institute of Architects, Colorado Society of Architects, Colorado West Chapter. ► Council of Educational Facility Planners, International- Member. ► Aspen School District RE-1, Accountability Committee- Member. ► Snowmass Village Planning Commission- Member, Past Chairman. ► Snowmass Architectural Design Control Committee-Architect: ► Colorado Mountain College,Aspen-Community Advisory Committee. ► Value AnslysistValue Engineering Workshop/Seminar. ► International Daylighting Conference- Phoenix. ► International Resort Conference-Tokyo. ► American Society of Landscape Architects- Merit Award ► American Planning Association- Member. ► National Trust for Historic Preservation - Member. ► Construction Specifications Institute- Member. ► National Fire Protection Association- Member. ► Snowmass Homeowner's Assn. Bd. of Directors- Past Vice President. ► Colorado Mountain College Foundation- Bd. of Directors, Past Member. ► Who's Who in American Education &Who's Who In The West. ► Aspen Community Service Awards—Six years ► Aspen/Japan Sister City Committee- Member. ► Aspen Japan Institute, Ltd. - Board of Directors. ► Japan America Society—Denver Chapter—Bd. of Directors ► Sister City Housing, Inc. - Board of Directors. ► Bi-National Mountain Resort Conference- Speaker- Kloro,Japan s•14 • Caudill Gustafson & Associates Architects, P.C. ► Keynote Speaker- International Symposium on Highlands Resorts Aso Region, Kumamoto Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan ► AIA Committee on Architecture for Education- Member. ► Snowmass Board of Examiners&Appeals- Member, Past Chairman. (Contractor Licensing and Building Code) ► Aspen Valley Medical Foundation- Past Member. ► American Arbitration Association- Panel Member. ► Rotary International- Snowmass Village, International Committee Chairman PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE. CAUDILL GUSTAFSON&ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, P.C. 1980- Present President 1984- Present Comprehensive General Architectural Practice Staff of up to twenty-two, including fifteen Registered Architects Major Projects Include: ► Over 95 major Educational Projects 25 Higher Education Facility Projects 20 Secondary School Projects 20 Elementary chool Projects ► Over100 Public and Commercial Projects 30 Resort/Hospitality Projects 30 Government Projects 15 Housing Complex Projects 20 Health Care & Service Projects ► Over 25 Residential Projects ► Over 20 projects In Japan & elsewhere In Asia Managing Partner 1980- 1983 Major Projects Include: ► Battlement Mesa Schools- 188,000 SF ► Meeker Schools Energy Upgrade- 8 Buildings ► Rangely Middle School-80,000 SF ► University of Colorado- Biology Addn/Renov. - 112,000 SF ► Pitkin County Jail- 17,000 SF ► Snowmass Conference Center- 32,000 SF ► Rifle Veteran's Nursing Home-40,000 SF ► Hotel Jerome Renovation-48,000 SF ► Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge - 50,000 SF Awards Participation as Principle-in-Charge, Project Architect, & Design Team Member for projects receiving over 40 Architectural Awards. CAUDILL ASSOCIATES• ARCHITECTS 1971 - 1979 Chief Architect/Office Manager 1978— 1979 Major Projects Include: ► Pitkin County Lew Enforcement Center ► Little Annie Ski Area- Upper Facilities-Aspen ► Meeker Municipal Swimming Pool ► First National Bank of Aspen ► Carbondale Swimming Pool& Bathhouse ► Aspen Visual Arts Center ► Meeker High School Addition ► Meeker Elementary School ► Snowmass Conference Center 411119;0 dw Caudill Gustafson & Associates Architects, P.C. Project Architect 1975—1978 Major Projects Include: ► Breckenridge Town Hall ► Mountain Bell#3 ESS Building -Carbondale ► Colorado Mountain College Learning Center ► Mountain Bell Additions: Mancos, Silverton, Ridgeway, Ouray ► Barone Junior High School- Meeker ► Colorado Mountain College West Campus Master Plan ► Carbondale Town Hall Project Job Captain 1972- 1974 Mountain Bell 40-car Service Garage- Glenwood Springs Brandt Berger Residence-Aspen Berger Residence Greenhouse Addition Mountain Bell Addition-Glenwood Springs Project Observer 1971 - 1974 Kremmling Memorial Hospital Mountain Bell Addition- Basalt Aspen High School Addition Aspen Middle School Designer/Draftsman 1971 - 1972 Aspen Middle School Mountain Bell Office Remodel -Glenwood Springs General Involvement 1971 - 1979 Limelight Lodge Expansion-Aspen Mountain Bell Exchange Bldg. Modification -Aspen Meeker High School 1974 Additions Snowmass Clinic Upper Elementary School Addition Aspen Valley Hospital Job Observation ASPEN INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES 1970 Architectural Model Maker, Assistant Designer Aspen Wildcat Project MIUTARY: U.S.ARMY CORPS of ENGINEERS: 1966—'69 ► 1" Lieutenant—Honorable Discharge: 1989 ► Graduate of Engineer Officers Candidate School: 1967 ► Asst. Master Planner, Post Engineer's Ofice, Fort Carson: 1987 ► Platoon Leader-7th Combat Engineer Battalion: 1988 Officers Vehicle Maintenance School Officers Chemical Biological Radiological War School ► Assistant Mekong Delta Area Engineer: 1968-89 ► IV Corps Base Development Officer: 1968-89 ► Project Supervisor 21P Engineer Detachment: 1969 ► Bronze Star Medal: Service in Republic of South Vietnam BOARD OF APPEALS AND EXAMINERS Three year overlapping terms. FIVE REGULAR MEMBERS meet last Thursday of each month APPOINTED EXPIRES TOM GOODE,Chairman 01/98 01/01 Box 6513 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-6109 JIM GUSTAFSON, Vice Chairman 01/97 01/01 234 E. Hopkins Aspen, CO 81612 925-3383 DON UPPER 01/00 01/03 Box 6337 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-2410 WOLF GENSCH 01/98 01101 Box 5644 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-2488 ROB WEIEN, Secretary Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-5524 PATRICK KEELTY 02/00 01/03 Box 5686 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-5300 P:Vharo/kktk%BOARDSUPPEA1S/Men6cm.1st Updated 3/2000 400 A TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE r Application for Board/Commission Position DEC - 8 2000 ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners 1 Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commifsion- ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission ❑ Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Name: Home Phone: po^1 A 9c) 3 s a o Physical Home / r-Q Permanent Residence: Address: 8 S a $ 1 City: s r c, A 3 s \/ I Yes No ❑ ST.&ZIP: Mailing Address: g / 6 ' Indicate Place of Permanent Resirence Bus// /'� � q�in��ess Mailing Address: Office Phone: a Employed With: /t/'� 1V,tL 1 Post/iji'ro°�a I 5 e S 9 r V V r� Z. 1 V , V t• Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Ye or No ❑ List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: ,5py w ,, G u ,? c Yr. c V\ I-s � e ! ` O I u Im r t r. Y"-,-v, , 5 S t o 11 Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?: _ �'1 v ca.. s J d av a I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am app g and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the repo sibilt ies and duties. Applicant's Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 -=\boards\app.b&c qa s/ Der- 14. 2000 i0 24A � ; Yo. 0358 P. 1/I ?OWN OF SNOVf'MA Application for Board/Comn{tsslon Position Board of Appeals and Examiners .Liquor Licensing Authority t: Financial Adviwry ❑ Planning Commission Election lodge M Election Commission Ars Advisory Board ❑ of ort„ I `V_nn . . . • . 'Home Phhone: M 7cyskj 110mr m anent Residence: i OOZ 7 XQ/4//04!5 el"e v ,iz s rp j I t:;•y .fn 0(J)M/9s5 ()161 1 CLO es* No ❑ r 1'. imp AnUreso� :u Kate Plxe of Permanem Residence : *, SSS� fm J h" Kr.ti�rn bSvhr.K A drrs•: 1V ffier Phone: C,2 A�l W.'M Arc you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village „� r or No o .� fl t -W dw Rap-neny rc or L•ducot:cn which may gwaify you for t P. n Y {I`: he do vue.wish t0 a appointed to this position?: L__ /owl 411=Q44� A 4.1 ., ecsa that i am is:niii;r w;tin the oualific.aions, dui:es.,k ilities of the position for which I an,+:Yi 1,°, and. if appointed, fart ready. Rill ng and able t0 zi Well as accepting the ::; o:.rlhi:i:ies :na cuurs. _,. r Ahpiican,'s Si;ramre ate yictcra to : Town Clerk, Toc;n o Snowmass Village, Boa X013?; mass Village, CO 81615 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners A Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission o Election Judge ❑ Election Commission ❑ Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Name: ( Home Phone: MMA Physical Home Permanent Residence: Address: City: Yes No ❑ ST.&ZIP: //�� //a� Mailing Address:o.0 , �r Indicate Place of Pe anent Residence : S ss CV Y16� 1325 'Ahkimess M ing Addres A Off,u.Phone: Em yed Wi[h: ion: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No o List h.;4xperience or Edu 'on whit may qu i ou for this position: 'a a VPh ou wish to be appointed to this position?: am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I poi ted, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 m:%boards\spp.b&c Gkow do* TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position DEC - 5 2000 ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ) Liquor Licensing f'uthortty ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission-- - -- --� ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission ❑ Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Nave: b VI �l me A 1'1 Hom�J� i bi cJ Physinl Home Oac�' I &^^ ^ �`�j Permatent Residence: Y�y: Cit 25 yypY �1 PwJ V � � 5 ST.a:zip: l ` u Yes Ey No ❑ Moiling Address: �,� S 11 .,��J b Indicate Place of Permanent Residence: swiness Mail' Addna: Office Phone: - P� . 7x s is dowry\rt.tiV3 - 2 Employed With: posJit{ioon,:, Y , IUt vY�t WY Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No o' List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this ition: pos , lArc Why do you wish to be appointed to this positionh I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. Appli is Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 m:\6oards\app.b8tc r�sip LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY BOARD MEMBERS Five Regular Members: 2-yr term Appointed Term Expires Staci Stokes, Chairman 1/2000 1/2002 Box 6464 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-2120 (hm) 923-1858 (wk) Carol Dresser 1/99 1/2001 Box 5490 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-3082 (hm) Bianca Hooker 1/2000 1/2002 Box 5666 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-2777 (hm) Cheryl Morgan 1/99 1/2001 Box 5486 Snowmass Village CO 81615 923-1653 (hm) 923-4263 (wk) Melissa (Mita) Forster 4/99 1/2001 Box 6211 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 923-3145 (hm) 923-5860 (wk) Updated 1/2000 P:\shared\clerk\boards\Liq.tc\Metnbers.lst Opel so FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD Seven Regulars Two-Year Term Appointed Term Expires GARY L. BEACH 01/00 01/02 210 E. Hyman, Suite 301 Aspen, CO 81611 H: 923-5425 W: 925-3475 VIRGPILA, GA ND RLA (resigned &99) 01199 W14i P.O. l3ex 1065 Aspen, 1 H! 923 7960 (Fem,afded numbeF 970/94 8 2988) GEORGE SMITH 01/00 01/02 Box 6515 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-3847 TED T. GRENDA 01/99 01/01 P.O. Box 5927 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-6234 "]$WErTH M. NEE 01:99 01!(}4- P.O.$ex•6?18 forwarding address: 452 Riverside Dr. Apt. 85 New York,NY 10027 r': 923 6222 forwarding phone#: 212/932-2102 Wi 923 6300 ROBERT C. BECK 01/99 01/01 P.O. Box 6285 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-5224 PAULFEE 04/99 01/01 P.O. Box 5253 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 H: 923-6531 (replaced Mike Otte) MARIANNE RAKOWSKI, Secretary Updated 3/2000 P:WuredrlekNovbV'bVAmba.Yt IUWN Ul' JNUWMAJS V1LLAUE Page 1 of] TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position o Board of Appeals and Examiners o Liquor Licensing Authority o Financial Advisory -;K Planning Commission o Citizens Grant Review Board o Election Commission o Arts Advisory Board o Other: Name: i W t I��� Home Pt�one3 410 Physloal Home n!1 /�I � Permanent Residence?: Address: (70.Zq- plvi C� (?r vR city: 6tvOw"Aass V ST.s Yes No o ZIP: f3(6/S Mailing Address- � 5088 It No,place of PermaneM Residence: Business Melling Address: Office Phone: Sam 374- 0L(8Z Emp"w%,l( (k L 4e Posttbpal�t Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No o List the Experience or Educe Vii which may qualify y u fo this sitigp: �n �1 O ear f'-est ov1Jr U-41 C�Y Why do you wish to p Whi;positlon� I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, If appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the res Ilities and d Applicant's Signature Date Return to: Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 m,.%oards'aW.b&c http://www.tosv.com/Clerk/_DOC/APP.B&C!htm I;R don 12/17/00 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory *X Planning Commission ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission ❑ Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Name. Home Phone: 1 C, 1 r r-e q,)3 - &S-31 Physical Home /] 7 p Q DY l yL Permanent Raidenu: Addnm: lC d-O City` Jf1UW Is14ss v.UQ5-c CU &161C Yes No ❑ ST.k.ZIP: Mailing Address: P O, (�pK S p�u 3 Indicate Plate of Permanent Residence S LO as Vt < (cwe Co VGA- Business Mailing Addmas: - Offi Phom: Employed With: Position: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No ❑ List he Experience or ucation whit may qualify you for this Won: (' 1�Z a X(YoKA �f1 A:�O�ST ��+Q�trt_ J� J��lttcc6S CLS l�C KOt oo ears der -r- U f'L e [tKC(Af Utso 61n: vd7 a H Y-pert mt Vt c cow fz> ML ow titre t l Why do y u w' h to be appointed to this position?: (' uL C-0- q ilr 4 4 K.1 K Tt. C)I'Ls'l&e V t P4 eUG Yitf a 013 cct al NO owYR&E-S t. I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position fbr which I am app i and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the rest ibili 'e and duties. / Zfiwra Applicant's Signature a � l Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snow s ,mAboardAepp.bkc C 1 2000 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position DEC -7 2000 ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory );' Planning Commission ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission - — - -� ❑ Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Name: Home Phone: Robert 6 . Fr,dSie�.. 017-3 - 6551 Physical Home �j r Permanent Residence: Address: got F0% 2Vn Drt✓ e City:u:ZIP: Snowh,pat Vq.l Co S IV 15 es 11 o c3 Mailing Address: Indicate Place of Permanent Residence p o. pox sg7- ro Business Mailing Address Office Phone: Employed With: t�ed Position: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes §if or No ❑ List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: 6iriLAVaic Mech. Ca+a . ^ )_,cr„sed Arcf,.,tect t owned Idtvrl F,rmi -0{.1 40 4p-5 Developer ky.& Pact} rr bc� Sho. r+aYS krcl Rev,e ,i G „,tree . pc},cj f6,I tr Fnaw yco,.js- Nest Lan cl Vse Vit%, of 1448 . Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?: 1 4eee ` L&4 �}p cc Of I7- ,n SM1I Gan be VSC(wI . J[ SJfR F^n AdJ,i eC� Comm , I acknowledge that 1 am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am and appointed, I am ready, milling and able to take an oath as well as accepting the re onsibilit a nd uties. 12 - 1 -00 Applicant's Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 m:\boarc6\app.b8:c AM& dw ROBERT B. FRIDSTEIN P. O. Box 5926 SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO 81615 (970) 923-6551 FAX (970) 923-6153 DEC -7 2000 December 7, 2000 Trudi Worline Town Clerk Town of Snowmass Village Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Trudi: Enclosed is my application for a position on the Planning Committee. I have been a full time resident of Snowmass Village since 1988, and a part time resident since 1969. I have participated in two Focus Groups related to town planning, the most recent being the Comprehensive Land Use Plan of 1998. My other town activities have included the Financial Advisory Committee, the Architectural Review Board of the Snowmass Homeowners Association, Board member of the Snowmass Homeowners Assn., President of the Fox Run Homeowners Association, and member of the Snowmass Rotary. My professional career for over forty years included being a founding a partner of a major architectural firm in Chicago, followed by being a successful general contractor and developer. I have always been involved in community affairs. My reason for offering to serve on this committee is utilize my experience to help our community make good decisions on sensible growth and planning. I hope that the Town will favorably consider my application. Sincerely. VRobert B. Fridstein IMU dop TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position o Board of Appeals and Examiners o Liquor Licensing Authority D Financial Advisory �i Planning Commission o Election Judge o Election Commission D Arts Advisory Board a Other: Name: \ \ k l� Home Phone: Physics)Home 1.),$• r(R-49� permanent Residence: ddrreses `SHOW w�yc. VcI14.y�—) $f4/Sl C y: ZIP. YesX No ❑ Moiling Address: Q,(,, ep K (p.1' Irdicste Ploce of Permanent Residence: SSr16w t'raa.f f Vtl C-0 "SIG Il 2$OW*&aix S M41) Business Moiling Address: Office Phone: 9•m• %a,4 6WO 1 5h«.sr..SS Vt1 C_o Silcf11 `j7�3 - W7oo Empl/ojy��d With: Position: /) �CIT `2h � � �t��� �.tilJOt.��� V7f6k,Qt rsSSOl.14`k . Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or . No 13 IA List the,Exper' nce or Education which may qualify you for this position: :,OIK Q`raK�,�e c�«ry,futi �� �[.r'i99rI 1453 . 1 �aJt !a" ft i;w4t . 4J-A- -�g,p,rorA,�A gtMQ-Xss A& wll •a r o.�d,...�,:..c s:.a� Why do you wish to be appointed to this position?: 11er✓ � g in I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position f6r which I am cep 'ng and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the resp ilities and duties. Applicant's Iffignature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 m:AboardsvApp• 7 dft � I _ - TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position/ ❑ Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory Planning Commission ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission ❑ Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: Name: Home Phone: Physical Home / 7s— /C a oC C o /\qo1a Permanent Residence: Address: s vI (.�D �L/.� City: es 1 Sa ' Yes K No 11 do ST. ZIP: Mailing Address Indicate Placepf Permanent Residence 0 2-7 r- s V d,9. 9 1 :75- RD oho Business Mailing Address: Office Phone: o S'SS'o S l/ 923 83no Employed With: Position: Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes or No ❑ List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: .o e .f a Q 0 e- 14lem Wby do you wish to be appointed to this position?: s Y ! sit r i i I�s as ACA- KJ A cxses, I acknoa7edge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibi 'ties and duties. AZ // Appli nt's Signature Ifate Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 m:\boards\apP.b&-c 7= PLANNING COMMISSION 5 Regular&2 Alternate Members-serve 3 year overlapping terms. Meet 1 st& 3rd Wed of each month. APPOINTED TERM EXPIRES JIM BENSON 07/99 01/2002 101 Maverick Cir. /P.O. Box 6030 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 H: 923-6375, W: 923-3454,F: 923-3458 (Filled Deb Pease's position as a regular member) DOUG FAURER 01/99 01//2002 335 Meadow Rd./P.O. Box 5805 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 H: 923-3323,W: 923-5860,F: 923-2645 dfaurer @alpineproperty.com ROBERT GAUDIN.ALTERNATE 07/99 01/2001 16 Lemond Circle/P.O.Box 6510 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 H: 923-3626 rgaudin@rofnet(Filled Arnold Mordkin's position as an alternate member) JIM GUSTAFSON 01/99 01/2002 81 N. Ridge Ln-SV,CO 81615 MAIL TO: 234 E. Hopkins Aspen,CO 81612 H:923-3639,W:925-3383, F: 925-1371 cgaaspen @rofnet GEORGE HUGGINS,Chairman 01/98 0112001 28 Rodeo Rd. /Box 6188-SV,CO 81615 H: 923-2972,W: 9234700,F: 923-3335 ghuggins @rofnet Y.R-NOv n MOROK v W 070(99 i Q02 Sne%wass Village,GO 8 1615 H! 911 5984 W! 923 6990 C. 911 9691 ROBERT PURVIS,ALTERNATE 07/99 01/2001 150 Spur Ridge Lane, Snowmass Village 81615 P.O. Box 3089,Aspen,CO 81612 H: 923.4592,F: 923-4604 Bcspurvis @compuserve.com (Filled Jim Bensen's position as an alternate member) BOARDS\P&Z\M EMBERS Updated 09/99 o� r PLANNING COMMISSION 5 Regular&2 Alternate Members-serve 3 year overlapping terms. Meet 1 st&3rd Wed of each month. APPOINTED TERM EXPIRES JIM BENSON 07/99 01/2002 101 Maverick Cir./P.O. Box 6030 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 H: 923-6375,W: 923-3454,F: 923-3458 (Filled Deb Pease's position as a regular member) DOUG FAURER 01/99 01//2002 335 Meadow Rd./P.O. Box 5805 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 H: 923-3323,W: 923-5860,F:923-2645 dfaurer @alpineproperty.com ROBERT GAUDIN,ALTERNATE 07/99 01/2001 16 Lemond Circle/P.O.Box 6510 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 H: 923-3626 rgaudin @rof.net(Filled Arnold Mordkin's position as an alternate member) JIM GUSTAFSON 01/99 01/2002 81 N. Ridge Ln-SV,CO 81615 MAIL TO: 234 E. Hopkins Aspen,CO 81612 H:923-3639,W: 925-3383, F: 925-1371 cgaaspen @rof.net GEORGE HUGGINS,Chairman 01/98 01/2001 28 Rodeo Rd./Box 6188-SV,CO 81615 H: 923-2972,W: 923-4700, F: 923-3335 ghuggins@rof.net ARNOLD MORDKPI 07/99 lA200i SnewmassVillage,GO 81616 ui ma coon Wi mn 5898 c. ms 7592 ROBERT PURVIS,ALTERNATE 07/99 01/2001 150 Spur Ridge Lane, Snowmass Village 81615 P.O. Box 3089, Aspen,CO 81612 H: 923-4592,F:923-4604 Bcspurvis @compuserve.com (Filled Jim Bensen's position as an alternate member) BOARDST&MEMBERS Updated 09/99 0� • TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 2, 2001 Presented By: Craig Thompson, Community Development Director Bernadette Barthelenghi, Landscape/Recreation Planner Subject: Parcel "F" Overview: Parcel F is a 37.5-acre lot located in the East Village. Exhibit "A" a property map is attached for your review. According to the East Village PUD, a parking lot is not a permitted use by right. Parcel F was dedicated for Elk Mitigation in exchange for the impacts created by East Village PUD. A renegade parking lot at the bottom of the Tom Blake Trail on Lot 3 has been functioning as trail head parking for the last 2-3 years. The lot provides Multi-Recreational uses for hiking and biking trails, cross country ski trails, horse trails and snow shoeing. The Town's Wildlife Biologist, Larry Green has made his recommendation as an attached memo to this communiqu6. Recommendation: Staff recommends a Major PUD Amendment to the East Village PUD to allow public parking as a permitted use by right with the following conditions: 1. The existing parking lot is not improved or expanded with the exception of vegetative barriers to confine parking to the gravel area; and 2. The closure of the parking lot to coincide with East Village trail closures. Off/ / •��i.\\ _'�/ " I'� � , ��J n „" -\ •� / Parcel F Lot 3: 11 l .04 l \` \�i � :=�,� arcel H PO r' A. to -/- — 4.42Acrec (5-15 Parcel F 37.54 ACie - - \ Lot 1 i J 3.57Acres� To s v \'. d w / Cr ee% /Tooa� /L4 tit-Wreho. Fa G I•%* A ;, MEMORANDUM DATE: December 21, 2000 TO: Bernadette Barthelenghi FROM: Larry L. Green, TOSV Wildlife Specialist RE: Parcel "F" Parking Lot Wildlife Impacts Overview: The Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan maps shows that parcel F is designated as a mule deer and elk migration corridor. Parcel F is located immediately adjacent to elk severe winter range and mule deer winter range. These designations are supported in varying degrees by past correspondence from biologists Randy Cote, Kevin Wright, Dan Baharav, Jonathan Lowsky and Dawn Keating. It appears that Parcel F was deeded to the Town of Snowmass Village to be held as a "conservation corridor" for the purpose of access for deer and elk to winter ranges. The survival of elk and deer in the Roaring Fork Valley is dependent upon access to and abundance of winter range and especially, severe winter range. While percentages may be in question, it has been suggested that as much as 90 percent of the migration corridor for the Maroon Bells - Snowmass Wilderness has been lost. The biologist listed above also seem to agree that the migration corridor may have shifted easterly due to increased development and disturbance, but not to the exclusion of use of parcel F. There is also agreement that potential for development to the east of parcel F where the majority of the migration is taking place, may shift migration patterns west toward parcel F. Recommendation: While several studies, one recently in done in Pitkin.County, show that development creates negative impacts to wildlife, it would be difficult to show that leaving a small parking lot on parcel F would have a major negative impact to wildlife or wildlife migration. However, all biologists are in agreement that parcel F has some varying degree of wildlife value, with a potential for increased value if development should occur to the east. Parcel F is already impacted by Owl Creek Road on the north and Sinclair Road easement on the south, and by Nordic, equestrian and summer trail easements. Further uses of parcel F could eventually cumulate to such a point as to seriously degrade the wildlife value of this land. I TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUt Meeting Date: January 2, 2001 Presented By: Craig Thompson, Community Development Director Bernadette Barthelenghi - TOSV Landscape Architect Subject: Trail Closures Overview: In August the Trails Committee asked staff to revisit the trail closures. Staff agreed to this request under the condition we would seek assistance from Kevin Wright and Jonathan Lowsky, for their professional recommendations. Jonathan and Kevin have researched our trail closure dates for effects on elk calving and migration, big game species and songbirds. On November 21, 2000 both met with the Trails Committee to discuss a less restrictive trail closure ordinance. The following recommendations were made from the Trails Committee: Spring Closures - No changes in the closure dates, except Powerline Trail, because of elk calving. Government Trail May 15 to June 20 Anaerobic Nightmare Trail —April 25 to June 20 Sequel Trail —April 25 to June 20 Powerline Trail — Open in the spring provided TOSV installs a gate at the junction of the Government Trail East and Powerline and a gate at the junction of Powerline trail and the spur to Sequel trail. Tom Blake Trail — April 25 to June 20 (gate to be installed at the junction of Tom Blake trail and Stark's trail). Fall Closures Tom Blake, Sequel, Anaerobic Nightmare, and Powerline: remove fall closure dates (currently October 30 to November 30). Rim Trail — October 30 to June 20 (currently September 15 to June 20). The Town's Wildlife Specialist, Larry Green has made his recommendation as an attachment for Town Council to review. Recommendation: Staff supports the recommendation of the Trails Committee and requests acceptance of the proposed trail closure dates as outlined above. If Council concurs, staff will prepare an ordinance to amend Chapter 10 of the Municipal Code for the January 15 Council meeting. This ordinance will reflect the revised trail closure dates. _39 oft MEMORANDUM DATE: December 21, 2000 TO: Bernadette Barthelenghi FROM: Larry L. Green, TOSV Wildlife Specialist pA p� RE: Changes in Trail Closure Dates Overview: Several trails within The Town of Snowmass Village are currently restricted from use during the spring to avoid calving and migration, and during the fall to avoid migration. Users of these trails have urged TOSV and the trails committee to adopt less restrictive trail use dates. On November 21, 2000, the trails committee met with Johnathan Lowsky, Pitkin County Wildlife Biologist and Kevin Wright, Colorado Division of Wildlife to discuss changing trail use dates. The following recommendations were made: • Government Trail East - Closed May 15 to June 20 of every year. • Anaerobic Nightmare Trail - Closed April 25 to June 20 of every year. Remove fall closure. • Sequel Trail - Closed April 25 to June 20 of every year. Remove fall closure. Powerline Trail - Open during the spring provided agate is installed at junction of Government Trail East and Powerline Trail and a gate at the junction of Powerline Trail and the spur to Sequel trail. • Tom Blake Trail - closed April 25 to June 20. No fall closure. A gate should be installed at the junction of Starks Trail and Tom Blake Trail. Rim Trail North - Modify closure date from 9/15 to 6/20 to 10/30 to 6/20. Recommendation: These trail closure dates should be implemented. The spring closures will be retained to protect elk calving, elk and deer migration and breeding birds. Disruption of fall migration by trail users currently occurs by hunters and additional use by the public will be minimal. Fall migration is generally determined by snow depth. COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE' MEETING DATE: January 02, 2001 BY: Joe Coffey STAFF: SUBJECT: Parcel "N" Construction Budget Update OVERVIEW: Attached is the new Parcel "N" Construction Budget. The new budget is higher than the June budget mainly due to the site conditions and the addition of 8150,000. to an owner's contingency. The cost savings from building two buildings, rather than three, were transferred to the Site Development Division. The retaining walls and slope stability work increased substantially from the June budget with our new plan. This budget is a little conservative but the Development Team thinks this is the correct approach at this time. Further, we believe there will be additional value engineering savings later as we finalize the construction drawings. FINANCIAL SUMMARY: Not applicable. BOARD OR COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Not applicable. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The Housing Manager would like to discuss the budget and receive the owners' approval to being construction in February. � � I • Parcel N Construction Cost Estimate as of 12-21-00 Building Construction $ 51326,597 Ridge Condominium Inspections $ 15,000 Architectural $ 195,000 Civil Engineering $ 60,000 CTL Thompson $ 75,000 Water and Sanitation Tap Fee $ 50,000 Rock Removal /Dewatering $ 51000 Construction Trash $ 15,000 Drapes and Blinds $ 32,000 Legal — S. Connor $ 81000 Land Planner $ 15,000 Water and Sewer Design Fee $ 10,000 Owner's Contingency $ 150,000 Estimated Total Construction Costs $5,956,597.00 Parcel N Square Feet 2 Buildings 26,906 S.F. 3 Detached Garages 810 S.F. Carports 41230 S.F. Trash Enclosure 150 S.F. Total 32,096 S.F. $5,956,597.00 cost / 32,096 S.F. _ $184.00 per S.F. There is a contractor's contingency of $239,000. and an owner's contingency of $150,000. included in the total construction budget. The total contingency budget is $389,000. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 2, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 01, SERIES OF 2001,A RESOLUTION REAPPOINTING WILLIAM J. LIPPMAN AS MUNICIPAL JUDGE, SETTING THE TERM OF OFFICE AND COMPENSATION. Presented By: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Core Issues: Judge Lippman's term has expired. General Info: This resolution reappoints William J. Lippman to a two year term. His compensation is$675.00 per month. Judge Lippman and Police Chief Art Smythe will be at the meeting to answer questions. Council Options: Staff Recommendation: Approve the resolution I � 40 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE RESOLUTION NO. 01 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION REAPPOINTING WILLIAM J. LIPPMAN AS MUNICIPAL JUDGE, SETTING THE TERM OF OFFICE AND COMPENSATION. WHEREAS, Section 7.2 of the Home Rule Charter provides that the Town Council will appoint a Municipal Judge and may reappoint the Municipal Judge for subsequent terms; and WHEREAS, In Resolution No. 80, Series of 1988, Resolution No. 06, Series of 1989, Resolution No. 97, Series of 1990, Resolution No. 68 Series of 1992, Resolution No. 58, Series of 1994, Resolution No. 57 Series of 1996 and Resolution No. 45, Series of 1998, the Town Council appointed William J. Lippman as Municipal Judge; and WHEREAS, William J. Lippman has completed his appointment satisfactorily;and WHEREAS, The Town Council has determined to reappoint William J. Lippman; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: A000intment William J. Lippman is hereby reappointed as Municipal Judge for the Town of Snowmass Village. Section Two: Term The term shall commence January 1, 2001 and the term shall expire January 1, 2003. Section Three: Compensation The rate of compensation shall be $8,100.00 annually, payable in twelve equal installments on the first of each month. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 2nd day of January, 2001 with a motion made by Council Member and a second made by Council Member and by a vote of_ in favor to_opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor ATTEST: TRUDI WORLINE, Town Clerk ILN I COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 2, 2001 Presented By: Planning Division Staff: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Continuation of Public Hearing and Discussion -- Resolution No. 17, Series of 2000: Public comment and discussion on a resolution providing the Town Council findings and determination regarding authorization for Snowmass Club Associates to submit a Preliminary Planned Unit Development application for the Snowmass Club Phase II proposal. Follow-up of Attached is the latest draft version of the Town Council Discussion resolution with changes following the discussion and public previous Town Council meeting hearing on December 18, 2000. Be advised that the applicant submitted the Sketch Plan PUD on June 26, 2000. Subsequently, the revised employee housing calculation table went into effect July 25, 2000 by Ordinance #07, Series 2000. The unit equivalency chart and the new 65% threshold rule went into effect October 28, 2000 by Ordinance #15, Series 2000. Staffs position, under the advisement of counsel, is that these ordinances do not apply to this Sketch Plan PUD application, but would apply to future applications such as the Preliminary and Final PUD. Town Council, in this particular case, has the option to state in the resolution that the recent Code revisions would not apply to the future Preliminary or Final PUD applications. Attached is a letter dated December 28, 2000 from the applicant stating their justification for not applying the latest Code revisions. Page two and three of the letter shows other items of agreement with restrictions. Items one through five have been addressed in the draft resolution. If Council agrees to items six through ten, staff recommends that these items be included in the resolution or simply have the letter referenced as an exhibit in the resolution. Continued on following page) dW& 4C4010 Purpose of The primary purpose of the Town Council meeting is to Meeting: continue review of the Sketch PUD application and the accompanying draft resolution to determine if the application and resolution are acceptable to proceed to Preliminary PUD application or whether further modifications are in order. Review Process Staffs position is that the resolution addresses, at least in a For Sketch Plan: conceptual manner, the Code questions for Sketch Plan per Section 16A-5-300, outlined in past report and in the Code. Recommendation: Open the continue of public hearing and discussion, followed by this order of proceedings: • Application description by staff • Applicant presentation • Public testimony • Applicant response • Staff response, as needed • Discussion among Council members • Adopt resolution, subject to identifying whether or not the new employee housing calculations table, the unit equivalency chart, and the new 65% threshold rule applies to the Preliminary and Final Plan PUD applications. PAuser\jw\SnOWmessCIubII\TC Memo 01-02-01 SMCII Sketch 440510 4. ASPEN SKIING COMPANY December 28, 2000 T. Michael Manchester, Mayor Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Co 81615 Dear Michael: I would like to summarize our position in reference to the Snowmass Club Phase H application in an attempt to gain concurrence and allow us to proceed to filing of a preliminary application. Although sketch plan is non-binding we feel it is important to obtain resolution of several issues prior to Preliminary due to the time and expense for both the Town and the Applicant in preparing and reviewing this application. The primary outstanding issues as we understand them, and our desired results, are as follow. • Authorization to move the parcel 4 boundaries and the associated height limit of 44' to accommodate the south building in our application. • That no additional employee housing will be required for Phase II. • That the 85%threshold for provision of community purpose shall apply and the deed restricting of the managers apartment approved in Phase I shall constitute community purpose for exceeding the 85% threshold by one unit. • The newly adopted unit equivalency chart will not apply. We believe this project is good for Snowmass Village and will provide for substantial positive community attributes, as listed below: • Additional RETT tax to the Town's restricted fund. • Additional property taxes to the Town, which is experiencing reduction in general fund revenues, due to sales tax shortfalls. • Creation of additional hot or warm bed base in an environment of declining bed base. This is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. • Increased bed base will provide increased retail spending within the town, positively affecting other businesses and the collection of additional sales tax for the town. • Sale of the proposed units will capture a base of future visitors for Snowmass Village that might visit other resorts or purchase real estate in other resorts. Ownership of property within a specific resort builds loyalty to the resort. • Proceeds generated from the sale of the proposed units will fund the golf course improvements as proposed. The enhanced golf opportunities will directly benefit 00 L • Pon Office Box 1248 -Aspen, CO 81612 910.925.1220 (D �mROa WPt u ..skizpen.com summer visitation group business in the Village. This is a stated goal of the Comprehensive plan. It would occur at a time when the Town Council has actively voiced concern over the loss of summer amenities available to attract new visitation to the town. ■ The ongoing improvement of the Club facilities, begun in Phase I will continue to be a catalyst to encourage remodeling of other properties with the Village, maintaining competiveness with other resorts. (Seventeen Club Villas did major renovations this fall alone.) We feel the items listed above and the improvements outlined in the application, requiring considerable capital infusion and ownership risk, make this a project that the Town should approve. In addition we are also prepared to provide the following items, which could be considered.Community Purpose to assist you in resolving the aforementioned primary issues: I. We will provide the Town a license that will assure the continued ability to set and use Nordic trails on Parcel 10. 2. A site with electric service will be provided to the Town to allow a permanent structure for housing a grooming vehicle for Nordic trail maintenance. Construction costs for the structure and recurring energy and operating costs would be borne by the Town or a third party. 3. Brush Creek improvements are proposed pursuant to the application, which will improve water quality and aesthetics of the creek. This has been reviewed and endorsed by Town staff. 4. A new trail easement will be provided to the Town from Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle. 5. Snowmass Club Associates will provide additional trail easements to the Town for trails shown on the trail map of the Comprehensive Plan for which easements do not already exist. 6. Full time residents of the town who are employed a minimum of 30 hours per week or are full time students , and who are not members of the Club will be provided the opportunity to play golf on a space available basis at the same rate in effect at the Aspen Municipal Golf Course for tourists at the time of play. Use of the golf course at this discounted local rate shall be limited to five times per year/person on a space available basis and shall require the issuance of a golf pass at an administrative fee of$25 to qualify. Use of golf carts may be required if conditions warrant. Tee times may be made no earlier than 48 hours in advance of play and no tee times under this program will be available on Saturdays from June 15 through Labor Day weekend. Additional details to be established prior to preliminary plan approval. 7. At least 50% of the Club Commons Seasonal Housing will be made available for rent , on a first priority basis, to all employers and institutions within Snowmass Village from the close of Ski Season to November 15 annually. This represents at least 76 beds of additional housing for the summer season previously not available. S. A new RFTA bus stop will be constructed by the applicant for down valley access near the intersection of the paved trail from employee housing at Brush Creek Road. 9. After realignment of the golf holes near the softball field, we will consider deeding the remainder of the land now used for softball and Jazz Aspen Snowmass purposes to the Town, conditioned upon the Town's release of the provisions of the Ancillary Improvements Agreement dated January 20, 2000 as it relates to the re-alignment of Brush Creek Road and a right of reverter to protect against future interference with Club activities and incompatible development. 10. Notwithstanding the above we would also provide the town a reservation, which would allow a future improvement of the intersection of Brush Creek and Highline Roads as long as it did not interfere with the redesigned golf course. During the redesign consideration of future intersection improvements will be coordinated with the Town. We are requesting Council review these provisions and provide direction to staff to finalize the resolution allowing us to proceed to Preliminary with a conceptual understanding of the above as conditions and findings to be incorporated in the application. 1 , Don Schuster Vice President, Real Estate Cc: Town Council, Gary Suiter, Steve Connor, Chris Conrad, Jim Wahlstrom, Trudi Worline, Dave Bellack, Bill Kane, James S. Crown OV TC Reso. Page 1 of 16 P►F� TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAG NOE TOWN N COUNCIL DR/� o� SERIES OF 2000 ^,~� A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE TOWN COUNCIL FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION REGARDING AUTHORIZATION FOR SNOWMASS CLUB ASSOCIATES TO SUBMIT A PRELIMINARY PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT FOR THE SNOWMASS CLUB PUD PHASE II PROPOSAL. WHEREAS, The Aspen Skiing Company, as General Partner of the Snowmass Club Associates ("Applicant"), submitted a Sketch Plan PUD on June 26, 2000 for amendments to Parcels 4, 10, and 12 of the FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PLAN for the Snowmass Club Subdivision (Ordinance No. 8 Series of 1980) (the "Project") to permit the Phase II development of 21, four- bedroom fractional ownership condominiums, parking lot areas, a new clubhouse, a new tennis structure, a replacement tennis center, and golf course facility upgrades and changes, as shown per the exhibits on file in the Town's Community Development Department; and WHEREAS, the Town Council previously amended the FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT ("PUD") by Ordinance No. 2, Series of 1982; and WHEREAS, the Town Council previously amended the PUD by Ordinance No. 31 Series of 1983; and WHEREAS, the Town Council previously amended the PUD by Ordinance No. 8 Series of 1985; and WHEREAS, the Town Council previously amended the PUD by Ordinance No. 3 Series of 2000; and WHEREAS, the Aspen Skiing Company, as the General Partner of the Snowmass Club Associates, previously applied on February 23, 2000 for a Sketch Plan amending the Snowmass Club Planned PUD in order to permit development of 30 condominiums, parking lot area, a new clubhouse, a new tennis structure and center, and golf course facility upgrades and changes, as shown per the exhibits on file in the Town's Community Development Department, but subsequently withdrew the application on June 12, 2000; and WHEREAS, a Public Hearing and Joint Public Meeting was held before the Town Council and the Planning Commission on September 5t', 2000 to receive public comment on the new Sketch Plan PUD application; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission recommends that the applicant be authorized to proceed to Preliminary Plan PUD, as described within their Resolution No. 34, Series of 2000; and g TC Reso.00-17 Page 2 WHEREAS, in accordance with the public notice requirements of Section 16A-5-60 of the Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV) Land Use and Development Code, posted, mailed, and published notice was given of a public hearing to be held before the Town Council on November 20, 2000 to receive public comment on the Project. WHEREAS, further public meetis were/will be held before the Town Council on December 4th, December 119, December 18th, 2000, and January 2, 2001 to discuss the proposal, to receive public comment, and to prepare a resolution; and WHEREAS, said Sketch Plan PUD was considered by the Town Council pursuant to Section 16A-5-320 of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code; and WHEREAS, the Town staff has analyzed the major issues involved with the Sketch Plan PUD application and reported to Town Council at their public meetings as noted above and, Town Council is/has considered the issues and considered what additional information and studies are necessary to properly review a Preliminary Plan PUD Application; and WHEREAS, the Town Council is/has reviewed the application and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff, heard and considered comments from the public and Staff, as well as the information presented by the applicant. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: SECTION ONE: Findings. The Town Council makes the following findings concerning the application for the Project: 1. The applicant submitted sufficient information and detail, deemed to be complete for review, pursuant to Sections 16A-5-40 and 16A-5-330 of the Town of Snowmass Village ("TOSV") Land Use and Development Code, to permit the Town Staff, Planning Commission and the Town Council adequate and complete review of the proposed Sketch Plan PUD. 2. The proposed amendment is being processed in accordance with Section 16A-5-320 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. 3. All public notification requirements, as specified within Section 16A-5-60(b) of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code, have been satisfied. ...SI r TC Reso.00-17 Page 3 4. The Town Council is/has, to the extent necessary for and pertinent to a Sketch Plan PUD level of evaluation and review, determined that the application is generally consistent with the provisions of Section 5-230 C., General Restrictions, of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code, subject to satisfying the applicable conditions contained within Section Three of this resolution. 5. The Town Council is/has, to the extent necessary for and pertinent to a Sketch Plan PUD level of evaluation and review, determined that the application is generally consistent with the provisions of Section 5-230 D., Review Standards, of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code, subject to satisfying the applicable conditions contained within Section Three of this resolution. 6. The Town Council, in preparation of its resolution, is complying/has complied with the applicable requirements of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code. 7. The Sketch Plan PUD identifies land uses that are consistent with the TOSV Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map in that the subject area is identified as being intended for Mixed-Use purposes. The proposed residential buildings, new tennis structures, clubhouse, and parking facilities would be appropriate mixed uses customarily found in connection with a development of this type. 8. The uses proposed are consistent with the character of the area as the area is intended for Mixed-Use purposes, which permits multi-family housing. 9. The 60-unit allocation per the Buildout Analysis Chart in the TOSV Comprehensive Plan may be applied to the affected area, including the area proposed to be rezoned from Parcel 3 to Parcel 4. The change in the boundary line is not considered an issue. 10.As the boundary line change between Parcel 3 and Parcel 4 is akin to a subdistrict rezoning, the 44 feet height limit for Parcel 4 may be applied to this area, in lieu of the 39 foot height limit in Parcel 3. OR 11.The unit allocation per the Buildout Analysis Chart, the boundary line change. and the height limit of 44 feet meet the criteria for a major PUD Amendment and the proposal is considered a good project for the community due to the following benefits: 601� aw TC Reso.00-17 Page 4 a) A long term goal to upgrade the golf course is being proposed: b A permanent easement for cross-country skiing is being negotiated• c) An intersection redesign near Highline Road is being_proposed: d) The Softball field use is still part of the plan: e) The usage of employee housing in the summertime is beneficial: f) A series of pedestrian trails is proposed with the plan: g) Provision for easements is being addressed to allow for potential trail along Highline Road: h) Improvements to Brush Creek are proposed: i) An outlet for Brush Creek near and parallel to Brush Creek Road would make the creek visible at the main entrance into the Town: i) An agreement to deed restrict the additional manager's unit in Phase I is appropriate: k) MoreTandscaping on the berming done in Phase I would be an upgrade: 1) Public access to golf should be considered. 12.The exterior finishes on the Phase 11 buildings will be as consistent with those shown in Phase I. 13. Section 4-410, Restricted Housing Reguirements, of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code, provides the methodology for determining the amount of restricted housing, which must be provided by the applicant to sufficiently mitigate the employee housing impacted by the proposed development. 14.The Town Council considered the quantity and quality of the employee housing constructed as part of Phase I of this development and finds that: 15.The employee housing provided in Phase 1, which was also provided as a community purpose benefit, adequately suffices for the employee housing requirements for Phase II considering that 48,000 square feet of employee housing was provided in Phase I and that the combined Phase I and II employee housing requirements, following the current TOSV Land Use and Development Code ratios, calculates to 38,438 square feet; OR An additional 5,824 square feet of employee housing will be required with the Phase II proposal (i.e., the difference between Phase I and Phase I & II combined). (to be determined) 16. The subject area is included as part of the TOSV Comprehensive Plan Future Transportation Map showing the realignment of Brush Creek Road per Option II of the applicant's submittal. It was determined that Option II would not be considered and that Option I would be utilized showing the current Brush Creek Road alignment. -53- TC Reso.00-17 Page 5 17.A9#9w4qgPGr9sQhFMoR Town Council finds that due to the proposed residential buildings replacing parking for the existing golf course operations, the golf course operations would need to be relocated first before constructing the fractional ownership units. The estimated timetable of the proposed project and phasing of improvements are as follows: a) Replacement of hole #16 with new hole #18 in the Spring 2001, depending on length of approval process; b) Commence construction of the new clubhouse and the 150-space parking lot in Spring 2002 along with the possible closure of the golf course to accommodate the upgrades planned; c) Then construct the residential portion of the project, after moving the golf course operations using a temporary clubhouse structure, in the Fall 2001, which is anticipated as an 18-month project: and d) Construct the tennis structures approximately the same time as the residential buildings. 18. Town Council finds that the proposed development promotes the public health, safety, and welfare because: a) The golf and club serve public health; b) Additional RETT tax will be provided; c) Additional property tax will be provided; d) It will improve hot or warm bed base in a period of a declining bed base; e) The increase in bed base will provide incremental retail spending resulting in additional sales tax collection; and f) The sale of the.units will capture a base of future skiers for Snowmass Village that might otherwise travel to other resorts or purchase real estate in other resorts. 19. Ora# lanywage The application is generally consistent with the development review standards specified within Sections 16A-5-40, 16A-5-50, 16A-5-310, 16A-5-320, and 16A-5-330 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. SECTION TWO: Action. Draft language: • The Town Council hereby grants authorization to Snowmass Club Associates to apply for a Preliminary Plan PUD review for the Phase II portion of the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development, with the conditions (directions) specified in SECTION THREE, to the extent that follows: 00116V 00 TC Reso.00-17 Page 6 The applicant is authorized to proceed with a PUD Amendment for the Preliminary Plan PUD application for improvements including development of 21, four-bedroom fractional ownership condominiums with underground parking, surface parking lot areas, a new clubhouse, a new tennis structure, a replacement tennis center, and golf course facility upgrades and changes, as shown per the exhibits on file in the Town's Community Development Department. SECTION THREE: Conditions. To provide for the welfare and safety of the public and to ensure that the development proceeds in accordance with community goals and objectives, the Town Council authorizes the Applicant to submit an application for Preliminary Plan PUD review consistent with all design, location and policy representations made by the applicant during the Sketch Plan PUD review, subject to the requirements of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code and the following conditions: Draft language below: 1. General. a) The applicant shall provide additional information and application materials as required by the TOSV Land Use and Development Code in submitting the Preliminary Plan PUD, including but not limited to the following: 1. Preliminary Development Plan, showing surrounding conditions, associated site data figures, and proposed variations from development standards; 2. Preliminary architectural plans; 3. Floor plans; 4. Landscape Plan/Open Space Plan; 5. Fiscal Impact Report; 6. Solid Waste Disposal Plan; 7. Energy Conservation Plan; 8. Condominium Association Documents; 9. Utility Plan; 10.Grading and Drainage Plan; 11.Traffic Impact Report, including analysis of the affects upon nearby intersections and following the criteria per the TOSV Land Use and Development Code; 12.Air Quality Analysis; 13.Geologic Report; 14.Brush Creek Impact Report; and TC Reso.00-17 Page 7 15.Construction Management Plan. 16.The intended future uses and operational plans, including provisions for parking, for the Fairway Conference Center and old clubhouse. b) The Preliminary PUD application shall also include the following: 1. Locational information: a) Provide a full legal description of Parcels 3, 4, and 10 [Section 16A- 5-40(b)(2)] concerning the boundary line shift between Parcels 3 and 4 in order to retain the same acreages in Parcels 3, 4, and 10. b) Show the location of existing and proposed easements and setbacks on the plan [Section 16A-5-330(4)(c)(d)]. c) Clearly show and label all the improvements to the golf course on the plans, such as which fairways get combined, fairway deletions, new fairway locations, the renumbering of the fairways, and golf cart routes. c) That the four criteria listed in Section 16A-5-390(3) of the TOSV Land Use and Development Code also be considered when evaluating the Preliminary Plan PUD application. 2. Natural Resources: a) The Brush Creek impact report shall provide a detailed description and plans of the proposed enhancements to Brush Creek. The Brush Creek enhancements shall be similar to, and a preference to be better than, the creek improvements near the Community Chapel (Yarrow Park). Per the applicant's proposal, Brush Creek is to be diverted through two golf course ponds as a means to aesthetically improve the appearance of the creek and improve the quality of the water entering the Roaring Fork River. Further, the impact report should address water rights management and the maintenance of adequate water flowage through the creek. b) Explore the possibility of using RETT funds for the diversion of Brush Creek and exposing the creek at the entry to the Village located near the northeast corner of the site.' 3. Golf Course Improvements: a) A definition of a quality golf course should be addressed with the Preliminary Plan PUD application. TC Reso.00-17 Page 8 b) Consider the possibility of flattening the tee areas. 4. Softball Field: a) Explore the possibility of reorienting the softball field, taking into consideration the sun angles, during the Preliminary Plan PUD review. 5. Parking facilities: a) Complete a peak parking demand analysis, including the potential use scenarios of the Fairway Conference Center and the old clubhouse building, as well as incorporating the existing driving range, to evaluate and determine the parking needs for Phase II during the Preliminary PUD application [Section 16A-4-310]. b) Due to the fact that the off-street parking provision proposed is fewer than required by the TOSV Land Use and Development Code, continue to show a location for a future 39-space parking lot to be constructed if the Town of Snowmass Village determines that additional parking is needed for the site following completion and operation of the facilities [Section 16A-5-330(5)(k)], unless further evaluation during the Preliminary Plan PUD application reveals that the 39-space parking area is needed at the time the Phase II improvements are constructed. c) That the underground parking for the Phase II residential buildings, including the connecting ramp for the southern building, be retained to help meet the parking demand on the site. 6. Vehicular Access and Circulation: a) The name of"Access Road" or Fairway Drive on the east side of the site shall be renamed "CLUBHOUSE DRIVE" because it is reasonable given the proposed new clubhouse location, and because it would avoid confusion with another Fairway Drive accessed off a different street other than Snowmass Club Circle. A temporary street name sign shall be installed immediately to educate the public concerning the new street name. Further, the applicant should work with the Water and Sanitation District concerning the incurrence of expenses involved as a result of the street name change. b) tea; The traffic study for the Phase I project, recently submitted to the Town during this Sketch Plan review, is deemed w6o7 up TC Reso.00-17 Page 9 inappropriate for Preliminary Plan PUD review. The applicant will supply a more in-depth and updated traffic, transit and parking analysis which includes a full analysis of peak parking demand/needs at peak summer and winter hours, incorporating all proposed uses within the Snowmass Club facilities, including the 21 fractional ownership units, the existing Phase I development, year-round use of employee housing (anticipating off-season rental to other organizations or full-time employee use), the driving range, the reuse of the Fairways Conference Center and the old clubhouse, the tennis facilities, the new clubhouse, and all other aspects contemplated in the Preliminary Plan PUD proposal. The study shall also verify the impacts of the traffic generated upon the nearby street intersections. c) The Transportation Maps show a road connection south from Brush Creek accessing the golf course area. It was determined that an alternative access to Brush Creek Road should be left open as an option. The alternative/secondary access road should be analyzed during the Preliminary Plan PUD review. A conclusion concerning the alternative/secondary access must be reached during the Preliminary Plan PUD review utilizing an updated traffic impact study. d) The redesign of the intersection of Clubhouse Drive and Snowmass Club Circle, in compliance with the TOSV Land Use and Development Code criteria, shall be redesigned for improved sight distance and reaction time for turning movements. Such reconfiguration shall include a westbound right-turn slip lane with a center island, or some variation of this design, and shall be completed with the Preliminary Plan PUD review. e) Analyze the 24-foot width improvement for Clubhouse Drive that satisfactorily addresses the Fire District concerns during the review of the Preliminary Plan PUD. f) Improve the appearance of the culvert crossing for Brush Creek at Fairway Drive to replace or redesign the existing culvert crossing with a new bridge or culvert crossing incorporating a pedestrian walkway, decorative railings and stone embankments on both sides of Clubhouse Drive at the creek crossing, or a similar variation thereof, during the Phase II construction. This would also be in lieu of providing a second pedestrian bridge between the two proposed residential buildings. g) That the applicant explore moving the southern-most buildings closer to the creek, to create additional setback from the Villas North property and to accommodate fire access. IZ&"I TC Reso.00-17 Page 10 7. Transit Issues: a) Show all existing and proposed transit stop locations on the Preliminary PUD. b) Identify the ownership and right-of-way widths of the roads, particularly Snowmass Club Circle and Clubhouse Drive. c) .Wded language; If the main entrance to the Club off of Country Club Circle is relocated, a pedestrian connection and bridge crossing must be retained to the new bus stop location. 8. Pedestrian Circulation, mW Trails, and Nordic Issues: a) The subject area is included as part of the TOSV Comprehensive Plan Trails and Open Space Map, which shows a trail connection from the tennis court areas west to the Brush Creek Road Trail. It was determined that a replacement trail would connect from Brush Creek trail, north of the new Fairway #8, follow along the south side of new Fairway#11, and onto Country Club Circle. Delete the proposed trail from the new clubhouse to the Brush Creek trail, and retain the trail from the employee housing to the rodeo grounds. b) Provide an interconnecting trail along and between the northern-most residential building and Brush Creek, utilizing a meandering path and a decorative surface treatment (but not asphalt), to connect Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle and the existing trail located farther to the west across the main entrance. c) 4609d languago That a pedestrian trail/bridge connection from the Club's main pedestrian entry be maintained to the new bus stop location, if the main vehicular entrance is relocated. d) The applicant and staff coordinate with the Trails Committee concerning the trail connections on the site. Further, the Trails Committee shall coordinate efforts to provide a trail along the Highline Road alignment. e) Applicant agrees to provide additional easements as needed to complete a trail connection from Clubhouse Drive to the future trail along Highline Road, planned generally between Brush Creek Road and Owl Creek Road, to permit the Town to construct the trail connection once deemed necessary. VP 61 No TC Reso.00-17 Page 11 f) That the Preliminary Plan PUD demonstrates that the Town has easements for all existing and proposed trails on the site. g) Any license agreement between the Nordic Council and the applicant concerning trail locations and/e; a Piston-bully accessory structure location must be provided to the benefit of the Town. h1 Provide a four-foot wide detached sidewalk, with a landscaped parkway, along the west side of Clubhouse Drive to connect the new residential buildings for Phase II to the new tennis structures and the new clubhouse facility. An attached four-foot wide sidewalk (i.e., to the curb) is preferred between the tennis structure and Clubhouse Drive to allow landscape buffering, to the greatest extent possible, next to the elongated building elevation facing the street. It is acknowledged that there will be little if no landscaping at the southeast corner of the tennis structure due to existina site constraints. 9. Architecture, avi Landscaping, and Exterior Lighting: b) The split in the southern-most building, to create more open space area and architecturally pleasing results, shall.be retained with the design of the Preliminary Plan PUD application. c) Divert the underground driveway connecting the parking in the southern residential buildings in order to achieve angled or unparalleled building footprints between the two structures. d) Explore with the Preliminary Plan PUD application the possibility of angling the northern-most residential building in the middle in order to lessen the linear appearance of the building and to create more open space between the units and the creek. VWW • TC Reso.00.17 Page Q e) Explore the possibility of lowering the flat roof portion of the residential buildings. f) The specific amount of common open space area intended for the enjoyment of the residents, such as landscaped areas, stream beds, and areas for pedestrian use only (not parking lots), must be determined at the time of the Preliminary Plan PUD application [Sections 16A-2-20 and Section 1 6A-4-320]. Q) Concerning the larger tennis structure, some variation or articulation in the design of the elevation facing Clubhouse Drive is needed. The lowering of the tennis structure should be considered. The southeast elevation should be of an enhanced quality. The conceptual design of the smaller tennis center building and the new clubhouse are acceptable as illustrated in the exhibit package. pFopqr h) The design of the landscape improvements, both active and passive areas, including the areas along Brush Creek, Clubhouse Drive, the new clubhouse and parking areas, and the golf course improvement areas, shall be evaluated for acceptability at the time of the Preliminary Plan PUD application [Section 16A-4-320]. A heavy landscape buffer is needed between the residential buildings and Clubhouse Drive to provide acceptable screening. i) Landscape improvements will also include the creation of a wetlands area within the golf course. and an Alpine garden near the residential buildings including pruning of Brush Creek. i) The buffering around the employee housing area should be improved and additional berming should be considered. k) A detailed lighting plan must be provided with the Preliminary Plan PUD review. It was generally agreed that there is too much lighting in the area. A majority of the lighting should be limited to low-profile lighting, such as TC Reso.00-17 Page 13 the use of ballard liahtina, and that other lighting for parkins lots should be shielded and downcast with use of low-wattage light sources. Further. lighting for the new 150-space clubhouse parkins lot should be turned off at night after a certain time. 10. Community Purposes: a) Note: The Town Council should consider whether the new unit equivalency chart applies to future applications related to this proposal. Per the unit equivalency chart, a 2,400 square foot unit, proposed with Phase 11, equates to a 1.65 unit (0.75 + 0.1 x 100 sq. ft. above 1,500 sq. ft.). Considering that 30 units are allowed for the Phase II area per the Buildout Analysis Chart, this would equate to 18 units allowed. Applying the 85% rule results In 15 units. Applying the 65% rule results in 11 units. The applicability of the new unit equivalency chart to this Sketch Plan and future applications should be addressed and noted in the Findings section of this resolution. Also consider the applicability of the 65% rule as discussed below. b) Following PC resolution: That the additional manager's unit in the lodge that wasn't accounted for in Phase I, which is in excess by one unit of being within 85% of the maximum allowed number of units specified within the Buildout Analysis Chart for this site, be deed restricted for employee housing only; Further, this deed restriction shall serve as the community benefit for Phase II being over the 85% rule. Note: The Town Council should discuss whether the 85% rule or Ordinance 15, Series of 2000 (65% rule) applies to the Preliminary PUD and include within the Findings. though 6$29 door. Rot hava all the G.ritical dimonsioning aWhQ& vow No „ TC Reso.00-17 Page 14 aGhlovedo 130 pFgk,odod OR 4he-afoa, WRIfQFFA*ty Of 69A69FA@dv IT TC Reso.00-17 Page 15 PFQk'ir,4QRG Of SUIRGOWOR @(;E)* �9-e36b19VA�: 0 11. Miscellaneous. a) The applicant must acknowledge that approval for any improvements not submitted as part of Preliminary Plan Application, are subject to requests for additional information, full and complete review, analysis, recommendations for change, approval or denial, and that any impacts resulting from future improvements must be fully mitigated by the developer at the developer's expense. 00,U4 up TC Reso.00-17 Page 16 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED as amended, on this 2nd day of January, 2001, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on a motion made by Council Member seconded by Council Member and by a vote of TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor ATTEST: TRUDI WORLINE, Town Clerk TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 2, 2001 Presented By: Stephen R. Connor, Town Attorney Subject: Ordinance No. 28, Series of 2000 An Ordinance Implementing the Provisions of Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 and Establishing Procedures Thereunder. Overview: The Town Council adopted the Ordinance on first reading on December 4, 2000. A public hearing was held on December 18, 2000. After the public hearing, the Town Council tabled consideration of the Ordinance to January 2, 2001. At the direction of the Town Council the Ordinance has been redrafted to include ballot language requirements. Revisions to the prior version of the Ordinance are as follows: 1. a recital has been added referring to the public hearing that was conducted on December 18th; and 2. Section 6-1 has been restated; and 3. Section 6-2 (3) has been modified to remove the example which was determined to be inaccurate; and 4. Section 6-2 (1) has been modified to include the same language that is set forth in the Town's audit referring to total revenue; and 5. Section 6-4 has been modified with the inclusion of language previously contained in 6-7; and 6. Section 6-6 has been added providing ballot information; and 7. Section 6-6 and 6-7 were renumbered to 6-7 and 6-8 respectively; and 8. Section 6-7 has been modified and restated to state that a project can be completed if the cost of the project exceeds the projected cost described in the ballot question. Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance. 44 00 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 28 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NO. 1, SERIES OF 2000 AND ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES THEREUNDER. WHEREAS, Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 was approved by the electors of the Town on November 7, 2000; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desires to specify the manner in which the Initiative Ordinance will be codified in the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Town Council noticed and conducted a public hearing on December 18, 2000 to receive public comment on the Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that interpretations must be provided and procedures must be established for the orderly and efficient implementation of the Initiative Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this Ordinance must be adopted to facilitate efficient operation of the Town government and to insure the proper and prudent expenditure of public funds; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Codification. Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 is hereby codified in the Municipal Code as Chapter 4, Article VI, as follows: ARTICLE VI Project Spending Limitation eGlNo Sec. 6-1 Purpose. Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000 was approved by the electors of the Town on November 7, 2000 and the provisions of this Article are intended to implement and to provide procedures therefor. Sec. 6-2 Definitions. The following definitions are established for application in this Article: (2) Money means money from any source and of any type. (3) Project spending limitation during a current year is forty percent (40%) of the latest available years' audited total of general revenue of the Town. (4) Project means the total of any activity or group of activities, which are properly, usually, or best planned or executed together to achieve an objective or related objectives. Sec. 6-3 Project Limitation. The Town shall not implement, approve, institute, or contract any project or obligate itself in any way to any project within the Town or to be paid for by the Town, which requires an expenditure of money in excess of the project spending limitation without a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project. 2. Implementation Provisions. To implement the provisions of Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000, the following sections are hereby added to Chapter 4, Article VI of the Municipal Code, as follows: Sec. 6-2 Definitions. The following definition is established for application in this Article: (1) Audited total of general revenue of the Town is the Total Revenue and Other Financing Sources of the Town as described in the independent audit at the end of each fiscal year, less the proceeds of bond issuance. Until the independent audit for a fiscal year has been completed and accepted by the Town Treasurer, the most recent audit shall be utilized to determine the audited total of general revenue of the Town. Sec. 6-4 Project Evaluation. The Town is authorized to analyze, consider, design, plan, review, obtain approvals for a project required by other provisions of the this Code, and to expend money in furtherance thereof for a project that is subject to the provisions of Sec. 6-3 without a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project. In the event that the electors do not approve the project and the money for the project at the project approval election, the Town Council may continue to analyze, modify or redesign the project within the meaning of this Section. Sec. 6-5 Project Approval Election. Prior to the entrance into a contract, joint venture or other irrevocable obligation for the acquisition, construction or equipping of a project that is subject to the provisions of Sec. 6-3, the Town Council shall cause a vote of the electors of the Town approving the project and the money for the project at a regular or special election. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the question presented to the electors from being consolidated in a question within the meaning of the provisions of Article X Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution. Sec. 6.6 Ballot Information. The question submitted to the electors shall minimally contain a good faith description of the following information: (1) a description of the project; and (2) the projected cost of the project; and (3) the sources of money projected to pay for the project. Sec. 6-7 Project Construction. Upon the electors approval of the project and the money for the project at the project approval election, the Town Council may proceed to acquire, construct and equip the project without further application of the provisions of this Article, even if the actual cost of the project exceeds the projected cost of the project. Sec. 6-8 Penalty. The provisions of Sec. 1-72 and Sec. 1-78 shall not apply to violations of this Article. The sole remedy for the enforcement of the provisions of this Article shall be a proceeding brought under the provisions of Rule 106(a)(4) of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure. 3. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. OW (A • READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on December 4, 2000 upon a motion by Council Member Hatfield, the second of Council Member Manchester, and upon a vote of 4 in favor and 0 against, Council Member Mercatoris absent with prior authorization. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on January 2, 2001 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member and upon a vote of _ in favor and _ against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk woo TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 2, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTUION NO. 03, SERIES OF 2001,A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE LOCATIONS OF THE OFFICAL PUBLIC NOTICE BOARDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. Presented By: Trudi Worline Town Clerk Core Issues: General Info: Per Section 24-6-402 (2) (c)of the Colorado Revised Statutes requires that the public place for postings such notice shall be designated annually at the first regular meeting of each calendar year of the Town Council Council Options: Staff Recommendation: Approval of the resolution. "00 0. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 03 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE LOCATIONS OF THE OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE BOARDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. WHEREAS, Section 24-6-401 C.R.S. declares that it is the policy of the State of Colorado that the formation of public policy is public business and may not be conducted in secret; and WHEREAS, the Town Council, the Planning Commission, the Liquor Licensing Authority and other boards and commissions of the Town are local public bodies within the meaning of Section 24-6-402(1)(a) C.R.S. and therefore all meetings of such bodies are open to the public; and WHEREAS, Section 24-6-402(2)(c) C.R.S. requires that any meetings at which the adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, rule, regulation or formal action occurs shall be held only after full and timely notice to the public has been provided; and WHEREAS, Section 24-6-402(2)(c) C.R.S. provides that full and timely notice shall be deemed given, if notice of the meeting is posted in a designated public place within the Town no less than 24 hours prior to the holding of the meeting; and WHEREAS, Section 24-6-401(2)(c) C.R.S. requires that the public place for posting such notice shall be designated annually at the first regular meeting of each calendar year of the Town Council; and WHEREAS, Section 24-6-401(2)(c) C.R.S. requires that the posted notice include specific agenda information where possible; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desires to insure that all local public body meetings comply with the provisions of the laws of the State of Colorado. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: 1. Designation and Locations. Two Public Notice Boards located in the Snowmass Center, 16 Kearns Road, Snowmass Village, Colorado are hereby designated as the Official Public Notice Boards for the Town as follows: a. the notice board located on the first floor of the building in the public hallway; and ' dim Reso. 01-01 Page 2 b. the notice board located in the hallway of the Town Clerk's Office on the third floor of the building. 2. Board Compliance. Notices of meetings of all boards and commissions of the Town within the meaning of Section 24-6-402(1)(a) shall be timely posted on the Public Notice Boards. 3. Direction to Town Manaoer. The Town Manager shall cause all notices of public meetings within the meaning of Section 24-6-402(1)(b) to be timely and conspicuously posted on the Public Notice Boards. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 2nd day of January, 2001, with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of_ in favor and _ opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Truth Worline, Town Clerk ago TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 2, 2001 Presented By: Stephen R. Connor, Town Attorney Subject: Resolution No. 4, Series of 2001 A Resolution Authorizing Arnold P. Mordkin to Appear Before the Liquor Licensing Authority as a Representative of Mordkin Enterprises, Inc., the Applicant for a Retail Liquor Store License. Overview: Pursuant to the provisions of Section 2-97 of the Municipal Code, a Town Council Member must obtain the prior approval of the Town Council by Resolution to represent a personal or private interest before the Town. Arnie Mordkin is an officer of a corporation that is an applicant seeking the issuance of the a retail liquor store license. He desires to represent the applicant before the Liquor Licensing Authority within the purview of Section 2-97. The Resolution approves Arnie's request and with the condition that Arnie will not participate in the discussion or voting upon licensing procedures and the appointment of members to the Liquor Licensing Authority. Recommendation: Approve the Resolution. ? y `' TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION No.04 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ARNOLD P. MORDKIN TO APPEAR BEFORE THE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY AS A REPRESENTATIVE OF MORDKIN ENTERPRISES, INC., THE APPLICANT FOR A RETAIL LIQUOR STORE LICENSE. WHEREAS, Arnold P. Mordkin is a member of the Town Council; and WHEREAS, Mordkin is a corporate officer of Mordkin Enterprises, Inc., the applicant for a retail liquor store license currently being processed by the Town Clerk's Office and the Liquor Licensing Authority under the trade name of Snowmass Photos & Books; and WHEREAS, Mordkin desires to appear before the Liquor Licensing Authority on behalf of the application of Mordkin Enterprises, Inc. for a retail liquor store license; and WHEREAS, Section 2-97 of the Municipal Code states as follows: Representation of private interests. No official or employee shall appear on behalf of a personal or private interest before the Town Council, any commission or board of the Town, any department of the Town or the Municipal Court without the prior approval of the Town Council expressly set forth in a resolution; and WHEREAS, Mordkin requested the Town Council to authorize him to represent the interest of Mordkin Enterprises, Inc. before the Liquor Licensing Authority within the meaning of Section 2-97; and WHEREAS, Section 2-97 of the Municipal Code authorizes the Town Council to grant prior approval for the appearance of a member of the Town Council before the Liquor Licensing Authority to represent a personal or private interest; and WHEREAS, the Town Council recognizes the need for the conduct of proceedings by the Liquor Licensing Authority in an impartial and unbiased manner; and r WHEREAS, since the Town Council appoints the members of the Liquor Licensing Authority, the Town Council finds that the potential for a conflict of interest exists when a Town Council member appears before the Liquor Licensing Authority in a representative capacity; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desires to authorize Mordkin to represent the interest of Mordkin Enterprises, Inc. before the Liquor Licensing Authority upon the terms and conditions as hereinafter set forth; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Resolution is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health,safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Appearance Before the Liauor Licensing Authority. Authorization to appear before the Liquor Licensing Authority to represent the interest of Mordkin Enterprises, Inc. within the meaning of Section 2-97 of the Municipal Code is hereby granted to Arnold P. Mordkin effective upon the adoption hereof and terminating on December 31, 2001. 2. Condition of Authorization. During the term of the authorization set forth in this Resolution, Arnold P. Mordkin shall recuse himself from the discussion of and voting upon matters pertaining to the Liquor Licensing Authority that concern licensing procedures and the appointment of members to the Authority. 3. Revocation of Authorization. The authorization granted in this Resolution may be reconsidered, modified or revoked at the option of the Town Council upon good cause shown. 4. Severability. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on January 2, 2001 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of_ in favor and against, Council Member Mordkin recused. W7XP wo TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, TOWN MANAGER RE: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: DECEMBER 28, 2000 *NORTHWEST COG SUMMARY REPORT At Council's request, Carey Shanks has prepared a summary report on the Water Quality and Quantity (QQ) program provided by the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments. Please review the attached summary report and let me know how you wish to proceed. *MEETING SCHEDULE Carey has also assembled a schedule in cooperation with the Aspen Skiing Company regarding Snowmass Resort discussions and the Resort Tours. Carey e-mailed this proposed schedule to Council members. Please let us know if you have any concerns with any of the dates or questions on meeting content. FORWARD PLAN At the January BIR regularly scheduled Council Work Session, concepts of the Forward Plan and the Village Leadership Forum (VLF) will be discussed. Also, Council has tentatively agreed to a January 16th meeting among all participants of the VLF. The meeting will be held from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Location TBA. FIRE TRAINING For your information, the Snowmass Wildcat Fire Department will be conducting fire-training drills on Wednesday night, January 3rd from 7 o'clock to 10 o'clock p.m. The training will take place at the Rodeo lot. *Response requested /djg TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: 01-02-01 Agenda Item: NWCCOG'S Water Quality 6 Quantity (QQ) Presented Wm. Carey Shanks Core Issues: 1. Understanding QQ' s history, policies, and projects 2. Deciding whether to join QQ General Information: QQ was first established in 1978 as a cost savings measure designed to coordinate legal activities regarding transmountain diversions for the headwater counties. Today, QQ has worked to turn litigation and challenges which characterized the 1980' s into new efforts promoting cooperative problem-solving approaches to water. The QQ committee also works to protect water quality through improved land use practices and changes in water policy on the West Slope. QQ policies are quite specific. QQ opposes legislation that would hamper a local government's authority to protect water resources within its jurisdiction. QQ actively seeks to protect RB 1091 and other land use powers to ensure that they are not weakened. Water quality protection and watershed management remain strong priorities for QQ' s members as these issues are directly tied to their recreation-based economies. QQ is also working to recognize, at a policy level, the relationships and implications on the West Slope due to Front Range growth and water use. QQ is working with the Metro Mayors and Managers group to improve education among Front Range policymakers. Today TOSV is not responsible for providing `potable water. ' It remains the primary responsibility of our Snowmass Water and Sanitation District to protect and preserve Snowmass Village's water quality and water rights. TOSV supplements this effort with water related projects such as our stream restoration and catch basin projects. Council Options: 1. Defer to local Water and Sanitation District as our local water authority. 2. Join for one year with evaluation at end of year. (Annual dues are roughly $2000) Staff Recommendation: Defer to Snowmass Water and Sanitation District as the primary water authority. 40 r P: \shared\Clerk\Asst. Manager\NWCCOG\TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE.doc Snowmass Village Resort Discussions Meeting Agenda Meeting #1 - Thursday, January 18"', 5:30 - 8:30 • Schedule- Presentation by Bill Kane Next Steps • Comparable Resort Show - Presentation by Don Schuster and Bill Kane Power Point Presentation of Whistler, Beavercreek,Park City Areas, Telluride, • Bed Base Analysis - Presentation by John Norton Decline of area bed base, hot beds • The Snowmass Customer- Presentation by John Norton Demographics Spending Characteristics Recreation and real estate preferences Resort Tours - February 6"' - 10"' • Resort Tours Visit base area facilities at Whistler, Park City areas, Deer Valley Check out hotels, day lodge, kids center, condo/townhomes,spas,skating rinks Meet with other town managers and councils Meeting #2 - Thursday, February 15"', 5:30 - 7:30 • TOSV Presentation of SPA. Como Plan • Transoortation Priorities RFTA regional RFTA skier shuttle TOSV shuttle Compatibility with transit center Meeting #3 - Thursday, February 22"', 5:30 - 7:30 • Public/Privote Partnership Finance Mechanisms - Presentation by Dave Bellack Ford Frick - Analysis Discussion Meeting #4 - Thursday, March 1", 5:30 - 7:30 Real Estate Development and Mam9ement Concepts Presentation by Don Schuster Discussion Meeting #5 - Thursday, March 8nd, 5:30 - 7:30 • Planning Design Criteria Development area, commercial and residential Height limits, bulk and massing,suitability to site Density for residential, commercial, mixed use Circulation of vehicular, pedestrian,skier Vitality of base area, nightlife, family activities,attractions,summer use r U ago SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 12-04-2000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Regular Town Council Meeting on Monday, December 4, 2000 at 4:35 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Jack Hatfield, Arnold Mordkin, Richard Virtue COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Doug Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk; Rhonda Coxon, Deputy Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Bob Purvis, Bob Fridstein, Rebecca Harlowe, John Dresser, Madeleine Osberger, Don Schuster, Jim Heywood, Brent Gardner-Smith, Doug Mackenzie, Gerd VanMoosel, Richard Wall, David Bellack and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS There were no Public Non-Agenda items. NOTE: Mayor Manchester stated that Item No. 11 would be heard at this time. Item No. 11: RESOLUTION NO. 50. SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING BOB PURVIS TO THE OFFICE OF MEMBER OF THE TOWN COUNCIL TO FILL THE VACANCY CREATED BY THE RESIGNATION OF JACK HATFIELD 12-04-00tc Page 2 Virtue made a motion to approve Resolution No. 50, Series of 2000, seconded by Mordkin. The motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Hatfield abstained. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 3: GUEST— REQUEST FOR HOUSING-SNOWMASS WATER & SANITATION Richard Wall of Snowmass Water and Sanitation District requested that the District be considered for priority employee housing for one, 3-bedroom employee housing Unit to be used by the new District Manager. Wall introduced Robert Garcia, who will replace Wall as District Manager at the end of December 2000, and explained the need for the District Manager to reside in Snowmass Village. He further explained that one and two-bedroom employee housing units are planned for construction on the District site, and could be used to house Snowmass Village employees other than those who work for the District. After further discussion, Council majority agreed to the request and directed the Housing Manager to prioritize a 3-bedroom employee housing unit for the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. Item No. 4: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS Dial-A-Ride In response to an inquiry from Hatfield, Mayor Manchester explained that during the 2000-2001 Budget process, Council and staff determined that the Dial-A-Ride Program would be discontinued until a future, more prosperous budget year can support the Program once again. Hatfield requested that letters be sent to the businesses notifying them of the Program discontinuation and that Council discuss and consider reviving the Program during future budget reviews. NWCOG In response to an inquiry made by Hatfield, the Town Manager explained that the Assistant to the Town Manager has been in contact with North West Council of Governments (NWCOG) regarding their Water Programs. A Council report will be forthcoming at the December 18, 2000 Regular Council Meeting. Council Packet Format Hatfield requested that Council reconsider the new Council Packet format as it relates to the cost of staff time involved and complication of the new format. Mordkin and Manchester stated their approval of the new Packet format and stated appreciation to staff. SUS 12-04-00tc Page 3 Brush Creek Corridor Studv Manchester requested that the Brush Creek Corridor Study be adopted by Council as a legal reference document and requested that it be forwarded to Pitkin County for adoption by the Pitkin County Board of Commissioners for the same purpose. Woodrun V Dumpster Design In response to an inquiry from Mayor Manchester, the Public Works Director provided a site plans for the Woodrun V Dumpster at a newly proposed location as well as a redesign of the dumpster shed in the current location. He explained the specifics for construction of the two options. After further discussion, Council directed staff to develop alternative site and design plans with related costs for Council review in the near future. Richard Wall suggested that the users provide the land and the Town construct the structure. Highway 82/Brush Creek Road Entryway Sian Mayor Manchester stated that an inquiry made to the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) regarding the proposed construction of an Entryway sign on CDOT property has resulted in a response that a directional sign would not be allowed and that the sign would need to be located on the median and set parallel to Highway 82. CDOT indicated that a sign set horizontal to Highway 82 would be considered a directional sign. The Community Development Director explained locations proposed for construction on Pitkin County land, which was presented to and opposed by Pitkin County. He stated that he has sent a letter to the Assistant Director of CDOT requesting a meeting before the Sign Code Variance Committee to allow this sign on CDOT right-of-way. He also explained that he has contacted the City of Aspen requesting to locate the sign nearby on Aspen property, which has not been annexed into the City of Aspen. This proposal would also be a County decision. After further discussion, Manchester requested Work Session time be set to further determine Council's desires regarding the location, design and purpose of the sign. Hatfield will speak to the Pitkin County Commissioners and propose a sign design similar to the Aspen Airport sign. RETT Projects Council requested that projects budgeted with the use of Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT) be discussed at a Work Session scheduled for Wednesday, December 20, 2000, 9:00 a.m. Transportation issues will also be discussed at the Work Session. MM73 00 12-04-00tc Page 4 SVRA President Jim France introduced himself to Council as the new President of the Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA). Council welcomed France to Snowmass Village. Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION — RESOLUTION NO. 17, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE TOWN COUNCIL FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION REGARDING AUTHORIZATION FOR SNOWMASS CLUB ASSOCIATES TO SUBMIT A PRELIMINARY PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FOR THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II PROPOSAL (Continued from 11-20-2000) Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 5:13 p.m. Richard Wall stated opposition to a proposed name change for Fairway Drive. He provided the history of the road and requested that Council consider the expenses the impact would have on the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District, which would require changing their address, letterhead and various other forms. Wall also stated that the road is not wide enough to accommodate the proposed use and that SW&S was not contacted regarding the name-change proposal. He suggested the road be extended to exit onto Brush Creek Road near Horse Ranch Drive. There being no further comments, at 5:20 p.m. Mayor Manchester stated that this Public Hearing would be continued to the December 18, 2000 Regular Town Council Meeting scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION — RESOLUTION NO. 33, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT FOR THE ASPEN SKIING COMPANY TO ALLOW GUIDED EVENING SNOWMOBILE TOURS WITHIN THE SNOWMASS SKI AREA The Planning Director stated that all submittal and public notification requirements have been met according to the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. Doug Mackenzie of the Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) explained the proposal for guided evening snowmobile tours within the Snowmass Ski Area. He stated that the United States Forest Service (USFS) requested a Biological Assessment and Evaluation which was conducted and submitted to the USFS. The study determined that the activity would create no significant impact to the * r 12-04-00tc Page 5 wildlife or vegetation in the area. He explained that review of the study by the USFS may take up to 130 days, and requested that Council act on the application at this time while the review is being conducted. Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 5:30 p.m. The Planning Director submitted a letter of comment for the record addressed to Council from George Hart, 126 Meadow Road dated December 1, 2000. Mayor Manchester read the letter into the record. Hart's letter stated opposition to additional snowmobiles on the ski mountain. Doug Mackenzie stated that the tours are proposed in elk winter range. He explained that when investigated, the elk were not always in the area, snow cats and snowmobiles are currently on the hill during the proposed time for the activity, the area is designated a Planned Recreational area and that he felt this to be an appropriate area for this activity. Mackenzie referred to an article which previously appeared in the Aspen Dailv News, which reported the number of snowmobile trips to Maroon Lake, Independent Pass and Lenado, which Mackenzie feels are pristine areas. Don Schuster stated the need for evening activities in Snowmass Village for residents and guests. Richard Virtue stated that he felt this activity to be an appropriate means for residents and guests to experience the local nature and that the area proposed for the activity is an appropriate location. Mordkin requested that if approved, the Temporary Use Permit be reviewed annually. Manchester stated his concern regarding the hours of operation and requested an additional notification of this Public Hearing to the surrounding neighborhood. Mackenzie offered to change the nighttime closing hour to 8:30 p.m. After further discussion, Mayor Manchester stated that this Public Hearing would be continued to the Regular Town Council Meeting scheduled for December 18, 2000 at 4:00 p.m. Virtue made a motion to table action on this Resolution to the December 18, 2000 Regular Town Council Meeting scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. Hatfield seconded the motion to table. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 7: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 28, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NO.1, SERIES OF 2000 AND ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES THEREUNDER Hatfield made a motion to approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 28, Series of 2000. Mayor Manchester seconded the motion. The Town Attorney explained definitions contained in this Ordinance, which define the terms identified in Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000. The Initiative Ordinance was approved by the voters at the November 7, 2000 Regular Town Election. W., 12-04-00tc Page 6 The Town Attorney explained that the terminology used in this Ordinance regarding total revenue, would be amended before Second Reading in order to further clarify the definition. He further explained that an example, which is included under Definition No. 3 for the sake of continuity, would be removed from the final Ordinance before Second Reading. He also explained that in Section 6- 5, language has been included which would allow the Town to combine an Initiative Ballot Question with a Tabor Debt Question in an attempt to avoid multiple ballot questions. Changes will be made before Second Reading. In response to an inquiry from Hatfield, the Town Attorney explained that if the Town has a project that exceeds the project spending limitation, according to the formula included in the Initiative Ordinance, then the Town is required to conduct an election to receive voter authorization for the project as well as for funding sources for the project. He recommended that any monies which come from outside sources be included when determining the project amount according to the Initiative Ordinance formula, in order to have clear bonding potential for Town projects. He informed Council that according to the Town Charter, after one year following approval of the Initiative Ordinance, Council may amend, modify, rescind, etc. the document. After further discussion, the motion to approve First Reading as amended, was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 8: RESOLUTION NO. 34, SERIES OF 2000 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION GRANTING A MEDICAL LEAVE OF ABSENCE TO ROBERT GAUDIN Hatfield made a motion to approve Resolution No. 34, Series of 2000, seconded by Virtue. Hatfield clarified that Gaudin's term will expire on January 1, 2001. The Town Attorney reported that he contacted Gaudin regarding the expiration of his term and the new application policy. There being no further discussion, the motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was granted a leave of absence. item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 46, SERIES OF 2000 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION CALLING FOR A SPECIAL ELECTION FOR THE APPROVAL OF THE PARCEL N EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT UNDER INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NO. 1, SERIES OF 2000 Virtue made a motion to approve Resolution No. 46, Series of 2000, seconded by Mordkin. Council discussed the possibility of using a mail-ballot for this election. The Town Attorney explained the necessary procedures for conducting a mail- ballot election. Council majority agreed to a Special Election date of January 16, 2001. There being no further discussion, the Resolution was approved as OWS(OW 12-04-00tc Page 7 amended, by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatons was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 10: RESOLUTION NO. 49. SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ENTRANCE INTO A LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE FUND (LEAF) CONTRACT WITH THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Mordkin made a motion to approve Resolution No. 49, Series of 2000, seconded by Virtue. The Chief of Police explained that previous years' applications for this grant funding had been a coordinated effort with Pitkin County. He further explained that Pitkin County is not applying for the grant this year. In response to a concern made by Council, the Chief of Police assured them that an increase in tickets issued would only be the result of an exceptional increase in violators. He stated that the language of the grant agreement would not change the policy of conducting law enforcement in Snowmass Village. There being no further discussion, the motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 12: MANAGER'S REPORT The Town Manager explained that Council previously asked that he send a letter to the Snowmass Village Homeowners Association requesting permission to install a connector trail from Melton I to the general vicinity of the Moebius residence. He reported that a letter has been drafted, although additional information is necessary in order to finalize the letter. After further discussion, Council requested a discussion and comments from the Trails Committee before proceeding with the request. CDD Open House The Town Manager reported that the Community Development Department would host an Open House on December 5, 2000, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Local realtors have been invited. He invited Council and the public to attend. Parking Enforcement Suiter, Town Manager reported that Parking Permit enforcement would begin on Monday, December 11, 2000. Council discussed the future possibility of reserving one or two parking spaces for Town officials in Parking Lot No. 7. Manchester explained that the Town owns the Parking Lot and leases the parking spaces to merchants. After further discussion, Council directed staff to investigate the issue and report back in the near future. r447 so 12-04-00tc Page 8 Tube Town ATUP In response to a concern stated my Mordkin regarding the Annual Temporary Use Permit for the Sledding Hill operated by the Aspen Skiing Company, Council requested that staff review the original approval Resolution to determine if the application for renewal requires Planning Commission and Council review before the Annual Permit is issued. Rebecca Harlowe, Snowmass Village citizen, submitted a letter to be entered into the record for this Meeting, which stated objection to Council's decision to appoint a Council Member to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Council Member Hatfield. The letter also stated support of Kevin Costello to fill the vacancy. Virtue assured Harowe that the second homeowners in Snowmass Village are an important part of the community and are concerned for the well being of full-time residents of the community. Harlowe explained that Town employees feel that employee housing planned for construction is not affordable for most Town employees. Item No. 13: APPROVAL OF WORK SESSION SUMMARIES FOR 09-13-00, 11-13-00 AND 11-27-00. AND MEETING MINUTES FOR 09-13-00 11-13-00. 11-20-00 AND 11-27-00 Hatfield made a motion to approve the Work Session Summaries and Minutes as listed above. Mayor Manchester seconded the motion. Manchester explained the process whereby the Clerk sends completed Minutes and Work Session Summaries to Council Members by e-mail for review and comment, prior to the Meeting when the documents are to be presented to Council. Hatfield questioned the need for the documents to be presented to Council at Regular Council Meetings. After further discussion, Council majority agreed that the Minutes continue to be presented to Council at Regular Meetings for approval. There being no corrections or additions, the Minutes were approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 14: DISCUSSION/ACTION APPOINT T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER AS COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE TO THE RURAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY BOARD (RTA) Hatfield made a motion to appoint Manchester to act as Council representative and Mercatoris as alternate Council representative to the RTA Board. Virtue seconded the motion. Manchester explained his willingness to accept the position until the new Board is firmly established, although stated his desire for i1% 11110 12-04-00tc Page 9 another Council Member to then take the position. He explained that the appointed representative will also serve on the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) Board until the two Boards merge. Manchester further explained the transition process. After further discussion, the motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 15: CALENDARS/ STATUS REPORT Board and Commission Appointments Manchester stated that appointments of citizens applying for the various Boards and Commissions vacancies has been extended to the January 2, 2001 Regular Council Meeting, in order to allow additional time for citizens to submit applications. He explained the change in the process this year whereby all vacancies were advertised and applications requested to fill all positions resulting from expiring terms or resignations. Boards and Commissions Attendance Records and applicant interviews will also be held on this date. EOTC Meetina Manchester stated that the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 12, 2000. BOCC Meeting The Town Manager reported that a tentative meeting has been scheduled with the Pitkin County Board of Commissioners to discuss the Entryway Sign. The Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 12, 2000 at 3:30 p.m. Item No. 16: EXECUTIVE SESSION PRIVILEGED ATTORNEY/CLIENT DISCUSSIONS REGARDING RODEO PARCEL NEGOTIATIONS At 7:10 p.m. Hatfield made a motion to convene to Executive Session for privileged Attorney/Client discussions regarding Rodeo Parcel purchase negotiations. Virtue seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council requested that Council-Member appointee Bob Purvis remain present for the Executive Session. Madeleine Osberger of the Snowmass Village Sun stated opposition to the private discussions. The Town Attorney explained that attendance by the press would be a breach of Council privacy. 12-04-00tc Page 10 At 8:15 p.m. Mordkin made a motion to reconvene the Regular Meeting seconded by Mayor Manchester. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No. 17: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Hatfield made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Mordkin. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk 1 � • 2000 ATTENDANCE RECORDS TOWN COUNCIL / BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS TOWN COUNCIL TOTAL MEETINGS TOTAL WORK 2000 ATTENDED 2000 SESSIONS 38 MEETINGS MEETINGS WORK ATTENDED 9 WORK SESSIONS SESSIONS T. Michael 38 37 9 9 Manchester Douglas Mercatoris 38 30` 9 8" Jack Hatfield 38 35 9 7 Mark Brady 38 28 9 8 Kevin Costello 38 36 9 8 • of 8 missed meetings,6 were excused absences "of 1 missed meeting, 1 was and excused absence FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD NUMBER OF MEETINGS MEETINGS ATTENDED 3 MEETINGS Ted Grande 3 3 George Smith 3 3 Paul Fee 3 3 Bob Beck 3 3 Gary Beach 3 0 APPEALS AND EXAMINERS NUMBER OF MEETINGS MEETINGS ATTENDED 4 MEETINGS 'Tom Dunlop 1 1 Wolf Gensch 4 4 Don Upper 4 4 Jim Gustafson 4 3 Tom Goode 4 4 "Patrick Keelt 3 3 `Tom Dunlop resigned after 1u meeting "Patrick Keelty was appointed to replace Tom Dunlop ' on ► Attend.99 Page 2 PLANNING COMMMISSION NUMBER OF MEETINGS MEETINGS ATTENDED 24 MEETINGS Jim Gustafson 24 19 George Hu ins 24 21 Arnold Mordkin 24 19 Doug Faurer 24 19 Jim Benson 24 15 Robert Purvis Alternate 24 18 `Robert Gaudin Alternate 24 19' ` of 5 meetings missed,2 were excused absences. LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY NUMBER OF MEETINGS MEETINGS ATTENDED 12 Meetings Staci Stokes 12 10 Bianca Hooker 12 6 Mite Forster 12 10 Che Morgan 12 10 Carol Dresser 12 10 ARTS ADVISORY BOARD NUMBER OF MEETINGS MEETINGS ATTENDED 4 MEETINGS Jim Baker 4 4 Mary Beth Bassett 4 4 Carol Batchelder 4 4 Mary C. Fee 4 4 Linda Sandals 4 4 Jan Grande 4 3 Carol Strickman 4 3 June Breen Gordon` 1 1 Kathy Hansen' 2 2 Megan Bly Humphrey* 2 1 Shine Millard` 2 2 Lois L. Sando' 2 2 -Sandy Stay' 2 2 Now Members appointed In middle of the year. Will I q� Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Donna J. Garcia by January 10 2001 at 5 P.M. Status Report Bullets in Italics have been previously listed January 2, 2001 Town Council / Town Manager Activity/Staff Manager Status Mall Transit Plaza ■ Conceptual design report due January 25' . Gary Suiter Entryway Planning Project ■ Pool on hold pending site resolution. Gary Suiter Town Manager's Office Activities ■ Little Red School House lease renewal. Gary Sutter ■ Amend Timberline Lease. ■ Review RTA Upper Valley IGA. ■ Coordinating Snowmass Resort discussions and travel plans with ASC. ■ Organizing Town's Forward Plan. Town Attorney Activity/StaffAlanager Status Town Attorney General Activities ■ Finishing revisions to the Snowmass Club I. Steve Connor Housing Activity/Staff Man ager Status Housing Department Activities ■ Staff has started work on the winter projects. Joe Coffey ■ MV 1322 (3 bedroom/2 bath) is for sale for $158,253.75. This unit will probably go to an in- complex owner who has a priority. ■ MV 1012 (1 bedroom/lbath)is for sale for $75,706.25. Cindy's MV 1121 (2bedroom/1.5bath) is now for sale for$131,846.52. Parcel N. Employee Housing ■ The Development Team is reviewing the plans and Joe Coffey working on a construction budget for 01-02-01 Council meeting. ■ The soil nailing and site drainage contractor is prepared to begin work in February when he receives the owner's approval. Finance Activity/Staff Manager Status Finance and Personnel Activities ■ Finalizing Draft Pay& Classification Plan. Marianne Rakowski ■ Conducting physical inventory inspection. ■ Working with Russ Caldwell and Calvin Hansen on Parcel "N"financing. ■ Following up on delinquent sales tax remittance. ■ Reviewing GASB 34. ■ Closing November financial statements. ■ Formatting the Budget document and Budget in Brief. Web Page Enhancement ■ Added Quick Links to main page. Nick Tacker ■ Council minutes, agendas, etc. are working and current. ■ New interface being designed. ■ Preparing documents for microfilming and storage. ■ Awaiting final input from Community Development and the Police Department to prepare for De3sign BID for web pa e. Public Sa e Activity/Staff Manager Status Police Department Activities ■ Drafting Ordinance to adopt updated model traffic Air Smythe code, 0 We are testing vehicles for patrol car replacement__ Public Works Brush Creek Corridor ■ Cindy Houben has the Study. Pitco adoption Transportation Study schedule unknown. Jim Wahlstrom has report and Hunt Walker compared it to chapter 7 of the Comp. Plan. There are several conflicts that need to be resolved. Parking Surveys ■ Staff is preparing a plan to do a detailed survey of resident and employee permits in the numbered and lettered lots during the March peak season. 41 Town Clerk Activity/Staff Manager Status Town Clerk's Office Activities ■ Municipal CodeBook update in progress. Trudi Worline ■ Entering all existing files into new central files database. ■ Training new Secretary. ■ Preparing for Special Election January 16, 2001. ■ Advertising to fill Boards & Commissions vacancies. ■ Compiling 2000 Boards & Commissions attendance records. ■ Year-end cross checking in progress. ■ 2001 Grant letters have been mailed. CommunLq Development Department Activity/Staff Manager Status Community Development Director ■ Preliminary redesign of Entryway sign completed. Activities ■ Submitted 1041 application for Owl Creek Trail Craig Thompson connection on 12/27/00. Commulafty Enhancement Projects Activity/Staff Manager Status Brush Creek ■ As-built delayed once again by suiveyor. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ After survey is completed, the Planning staff will complete a planting and park design for next year. ■ Working on a Wetland plant contract and plant list for the Seasons 4 area. Park Shelter ■ Construction is scheduled for April due to weather Bernadette Barthelenghi conditions. YY BRUSH CREEK AT Woodbridge ■ I am working on an outline and talked to Bill Bernadette Barthelenghi Johnson about the project. • Some re-vegetation &seeding will be done this month on bare areas and steep slopes. • Getting a plant-grow contract together to grow flowering natives for this area. Refining the t list and prices. • I will be meeting with William Walsh PHD to discuss his recommendation. Plans & Policy Development Manager Brush Creek/Benedict Trail ■ 1 received proposals for the Lower Mall Planning Bernadette Barthelenghi effort and selected a Denver Firm; because the Detention Pond has to be so large we will look at creating a series of ponds to catch the sediments all the way down the New Mall Greenway. ■ We will look at Eco-Friendly water solutions that have been done within the last few years. Two conceptual designs will be presented to Town Council for their review and selection around January/February. Bio-Water Assessment IN Monitoring has been ongoing since July. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Consultant compiling scientific data. ■ Cold weather has put a damper on data collections. Greenway Master Plan ■ Staff has received printed copies for Planning Bernadette Barthelenghi Commission from consultant and will forward for review next agenda opening. Land Use Code Amendments IN Unit Equivalency Work Session scheduled for 01- Chris Conrad 08-01 TC meeting. • First Reading on miscellaneous amendments to LUC (30%Slope)scheduled for 01-15-01 TC meeting. Trails Planning ■ Staff jj''set up a meeting with Wildlife officials to Bernadette Barthelenghi discuss trail closures on Nov. 21'- Trails Committee meeting. Staff will make a recommendation to Town Council for Wildlife closures as a result of the meeting. • Working with Ski Co. mapping a Trails Master Plan. Still working with the Trails Committee on a project list far next year. • Still working on GIS Map layers with Ski Co. r ■ 1 will review the Highline Road Trail Design with the Trails Committee and schedule afield visit to the golf course to review on site conditions. Unit Equivalency Assessment ■ Drafting a series of charts to clarify the relationships Robert J Voigi between various floor space ratio calculations. Town Web Page Strategy ■ "Storyboard' of proposed additions and Robert Voigt modifications to be reviewed by Director—the week of January 1, 2001. ■ Continuing work on proposal to receive funding from AOL for future web initiatives. Discussing program with government and business representatives from other communities. ■ Soliciting information from other organizations regarding Rural TeleCon. Design Charette Development ■ Proposal complete and being reviewed by Director. Robert J Voigi ■ Creating reference documents for use during Work Sessions, regarding: Urban Design principles, site planning checklists, strategic planning, and comprehensive plan direction.. ■ Developing slide library and presentations for Work Sessions reviewing major developments in other resort communities (Whistler Blackcomb,Big White, Silver Star, and Sun Peaks). ■ Developing reference materials and presentations regarding the design and development of the public realm. Major Development Review Update Project / Manager Update Seven Star Ranch ■ Extension granted to February 6' ; 2001. Cary Suiter/Steve Connor Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch IN Preparing revised executive summary and Plan Resolution for Town Council on 01-02-01 TC Jim Wahistom meeting. Snowmass Center Expansion ■ Applicant considering amending application. Sketch Plan ■ Anticipate new application in January. Chris Conrad w*R7 of Minor Development Review Update Project / Manager Update Droste Ranch County Referral ■ Reviewing referral for subsequent comments in Jim Wahistrom association with Conservation Easement and Brush Creek corridor transportation study but didn't forward. Paragon Enterprises County ■ Reviewing and preparing comments,but didn't Referral forward. Jim Wahislrom Subdivision Exemption Lot 1, ■ To condominiumize existing duplex plus caretakers Ridge Run Unit I quarters. Chris Conrad f Scheduled for January 15, 2001. Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance Project / Manager Update Administrative Modifications ■ Snowmass Water Sanitation District Employee Housing, Governmental SPA. Lot 68,Woodrun 1 ■ Building height constant outside envelope. Special Review ■ ASC,Divide Lot 44 ■ Tabled to 41212000 ASC,Tubing Hill ■ ATUP,permit renewal, unchanged from 1999— 2000 season. ASC, Snowmobile Tours ■ Withdrawn. Divide Lot 32 ■ Variance, PC Hearing 1/17101. Pending Update Project / Manager Update Snowmass Real Estate Expansion ■ Interim SPA administrative modification Chris Conrad application received for 300 square ft. addition to building. ■ Planning Commission to review December 2&h. fig• Enforcement Update Project / Manager Update Signs at the Mall ■ Photographed signs at the Mall. Jim Wahlslom ■ Evaluating against comprehensive sign,plans, and codes. ■ Will photograph potential of more signage after ski season begins (December/January). Transportation Project / Manager Update Hiring Winter Staff For Bus System ■ Continuing to run Ads in local papers and on the David Peckler Internet. Snowmass Club Phase I Bus Stops ■ Discussion on possible location and design has David Peckler begun with the Country Club Townhouse Homeowner's Association and the developers. ■ Land access agreement would be presented to H_omeowner's at Board meeting in January Project Update Coordination-Gory Suiter 923-3777 ext.706 Public Works-Hunt Walker 973-5/10 Housing-Joe Coffey 973.7360 Community Development—Thompson/Conrad/Barthel enghi lEBIs/Stahman/Gaunt/Mclnllre 973-5574 Town Clerk -Trudl Worline 973.3777 Finance-Marianne Rakowski 973.3796 Police Chief-An Smythe 973.5330 U • • 11 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 New Years Day - 2:00 P.M. T.C. W.S. - 4:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 - 2:00 P.M. - EOTC? T.C.W.S. -Forward Plan Discussion 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 - 2:00 P.M. - Special - 5:30 P.M. T.C.W.S. Election Resort Discussions -4:00 P.M. - 3:00—5:00 with ASC T.C.Mtg. VLF 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 -100 mFebruaryPacket Calendar 2001 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 - 2:00 P.M. - Resort Tours - Resort Tours - Resort Tours - Resort Tours - Resort Tours T.C.W.S. - 4:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Valentine's - 5:30 P.M. Day Resort Discussions with ASC 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 - 2:00 P.M. - 5:30 P.M. T.C.W.S. Resort Discussions - 4:00 P.M. with ASC T.C.Mtg. 25 26 27 28 March Packet Calendar 11 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 5:30 P.M. Resort Discussions with ASC 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 - 5:30 P.M. Resort Discussions with ASC 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 St. Patrick's Day 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Oil- ammi o:L woo PLANNING AND BUILDING DERARTMENT SNOWMASS VILLAGE P.O.BOX 5010 EXCISE TAX REPORT SNOWMASS VILLAGE,CO 91615 (970)923-5524 Application BPA ID: Date: Subdivision Title: Lot Street Address: Reciept#: Excise SgFt Price/SgFt Total Excise: Date Paid Paid —. ---- _ ---- 4183.2 07/06/2000 THE PINES 29 0568 MOUNTAIN CREST LANE 14651 85.5 $389.73 $33,321.92 08/31/00 4470.2 07/19/2000 WOODRUN II 1 1775 WOOD RD 83 $133.76 $11,102.08 06/19/00 4502 04/17/2000 MELTON RANCH II 37 590 MEADOW ROAD 14578 304.7 $67.41 $20,539.83 08/10100 4525 05115/2000 THE PINES 42 0621 PINE CREST DRIVE 500 $392.05 $196,025.00 07119/00 4526 05/1612000 TWO CREEKS 29 0027 TIMBER RIDGE LANE 414 $364.84 $151,043.76 06/28100 4527.1 07/1012000 RIDGE RUN 1 28 397 FARAWAY ROAD 511 $159.02 $81,259.22 06/27/00 4549.1 09/01/2000 RIDGE RUN 1 59 921 FARAWAY ROAD - 439.4 $148.14 $65,092.72 07/20100 4569.3 12/11/2000 TWO CREEKS 44 0083 FAST FORK LANE 14639 550 $392.05 $215,627.50 08/28/00 4601.3 12112/2000 WOODRUN I 50 36 EDGEWOOD LN 14631 199 $54.95 $10,935.05 08/25/00 4628 09/19/2000 WOODRUN I 68 271 EDGEWOOD LN 14829 362 $75.56 $27,352.72 11/01/00 Paid Totals: 3448.6 $2,177.51 $812,299.79 Not Paid 4604 08/21/2000 RIDGE RUN III 30 2139 FARAWAY ROAD 0 381.7 $104.59 $39,922.00 Not Paid Totals: 381.7 $104.59 $39,922.00 Grand Total: 3830.3 $2,282.10 $852,221.79 02-Jan-01 Page 1 of 1 f, x• y 1 ' r ^�,, G ♦�r 9 �� 'f. 1 •..y ,yam _ ri4mi;r I �'. �, �'�_ • .J l F u. � �__.. 1R ,� —, yr" ' q , r ✓ ^3 •S a f r. • v, r ,pr � — • - ! .try � ! S �. i• r;. .xis rr4JUSp°. ywtlf� �'•r' �° .b�.n 'q",. r u i _ �,� ,tw"!dn 7f x 1`7�e. i _s J r P The Snowmass Nature Center was incorporated as a 501(c)(X nonprofit organization in 1998. Its mission is to educate and inspire individuals and groups to understand and protect the environment. The Center is dedicated to promoting preservation and stewardship of the natural world and to encouraging responsible individual action. C,Svcr MwGngn 1mdr Cm G.OLph.e, wmas awe WI-ir Dear Friends, After much study and consultation with a team of Snowmass Village celebrates its thirty-second birthday advisors, we have embarked upon a multi faceted in 1999. Through the years, the Town has matured capital campaign entitled "A Bridge Back to Nature." as a multi-season resort and full-time residential Our goal is to create a warm and welcoming place community, while maintaining a high quality of life where people of all ages can learn about the and small town atmosphere. With the Town's environment and enjoy a renewed sense of intimate maturation, environmental quality, stewardship, kinship with the natural world Serving as a and restoration of natural resources that have been gathering place for the community, the Snowmass impacted by human activities have become strong Nature Center will offer indoor and outdoor community values. The time has arrived to develop environmental education programs. our own locally based environmental learning center. The Center will be an active catalyst for encouraging T In spring 1998, a group of Snowmass Village environmental awareness, understanding and residents convened to explore establishing a Nature a x stewardship. Our hope is to promote respect for our Center. Naturalists eager to share stories of alpine interconnectedness with nature, so that we can better ecology and citizens concerned with preserving wildlife and wilderness take responsibility for fasbioning a more harmonious balance between the coalesced into a working committee. With$10,000 in seed money from needs ofhumankind and the needs of the earth. On the verge ofa new the Town of Snowmass Village, we created a Board of Directors,formed century, those needs must be treated as one. We wish to join others a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and began planning for construction around the globe in striving to leave our children a greener, healthier, ofa permanent Nature Center. and more peaceful world. j yY��v Allof us know of special natural settings that have the power to comfort, inspire, and renew us. By reconnecting us to the natural world, such places reconnect us to ourselves As the 21st Century approaches and the earth grows ever more crowded, it is important that people have special places they can go to rediscover the beauty, peace, and wonder of Bridge Back o Nature Campaign and the r reason why i emainsea highly desirable Village's asset resort that attracts visitors from around the globe. Snowmass Village now has the opportunity to develop a Nature Center as a place where children, Snowmass has come of age where it's necessary for us to understand more about the environment, to learn more about its beauty and delicacy, its ecosystems and wildlife, and the only way that will happen is through a public learning center. —Jim Wells Over the past months, we have made great strides towards our ambitious _- -Board of Directors goal. In addition to its initial$10,000 grant to get the effort underway, the Town has made a leadership grant of$75,000 pending land use dun Wells, President approvals far the property. This contribution came from the$250,000 Gracie Oliphant, Vice President Wildlife Mitigation and Education Fund that was created by the Apen Michele Diamond Sackett, Secretary Skiing Company as part of the Burnt Mountain expansion agreement. Cheryl Morgan,Treasurer Major support has also come from the Snowmass Homeoumers_, Jeff Ashcraft Association, which made a $20,000 contribution, and Pitkin County, Kathv Baker which made a $5,000grant. Alpine Bank conducted a silent auction Mary Beth Blake at its annual "customer appreciation party,"and raised an additional Nancy Dederer $5,000 toward the Center. Altogether, more than $100,000 has been Karin Gustafson raised far the Nature Center in less than a year.- Jan Horn Much has been accomplisher-much remains to be done. The Snowmass John Howard Nature Center Board invites the commujaiyv oin in this challenging Janis Huggins Dawn Keating endeavor that will benefit residents and visitors alike. Your contribution Barb Moebius will bW&eate a lasting legacy,, Brian Porter T'I y Jan Porter The SNC Board of Directors SNowmASs NATURE CENTER • P.O. Box 6891 • SNOW,IASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 • 970-923-3649 V 11 Al low adults, and families can gather to learn more about the • Furnish and equip the Nature Center natural world, better understand our essential ties to the . Landscape the area surrounding the Nature Center to screen it complex ecosystems that support all of life, and find renewal. firom Owl Creek Road After months of study, the Board of Directors of the Snowmass Nature Center has launched a capital campaign • Establish an Endowment Fund to maintain the Nature Center entitled `A Bridge Back to Nature." This campaign has to perpetuity four goals: We invite you to loin us in building this "Bridge Back to Nature • Build a Nature Center for the community. - Bridge Back o Nature Campaign Why A Nature Center , Abundant Natural Beauty. Snowmass Snowmass Village area. tiom_the valley floor located in and adjacent to Snowmass Village. Village residents and visitors have only to step to the mountain peaks, therms an elevation The elk that rely on this land are part of the outside to be surrounded by nature. In all gain of more than 4,006feet. Ecosystems and Maroon Bells/Snowmass Wilderness herd of seasons of the year, this small town in the heart ecological zones also are created by physical about 350 elk. In the winter, the number of of the Rocky Mountains is blessed with a rich conditions such as soil, geology, moisture, elk using the surrounding winter range swells diversity of wildlife and natural resources. Its wind, and sun-&u-ntation. Northern slopes, to 700 as other herds join the Maroon Bells/ landscape is spectacularly beautiful—tall aspen for example,have-atittndant streams and lush Snowmass Wilderness herd. groves, meadows of wildflowers, pristine meadows while southern slopes are semi-arid. mountain air, cascading rivers, and streams of Elk require large land areas for feeding, resting, crystal clear rainmelt. Home to Wildlife. Its diverse ecosystems breeding, and calving as well as for migration also make Snowmass Village home to a broad corridors between their summer and winter Why, then, a Nature Center? For one thing, range (154 species in all) of mammals and range. Since 1966, more than half of the elk's there's much to learn about the ft—dial and birds: big horn sheep, black bear, Cooper's calving habitat has been lost due to nearby human hisrory of where we live.1M41e hawk, elk, flammulared owl, golden-crowned development on both private and national among the communities that make up the kingler, hairy woodpecker, mule deer, pine forest land, and the migration corridor for the Roaring Fork Valley, Snowmass Village is the marten, white-tailed ptarmigan, red-railed Maroon Bells/Snowmass Wilderness has been icy town where ten ecosystems are found: hawk, and southern red-backed vole. reduced by 90 percent. wim—e, Stream, Meadow, Shrubland, `mace-Fir Forest, Aspen Forest, Lodgepole Residents and visitors can benefit from Protection of the remaining habitat is essential Pine Forest, Wetland, Timberline, and Tundra. understanding how human activities impact if these wild neighbors are to survive. During their wild neighbors. Elk and bears, for winters with deep snows, the availability of r- Changes in elevation are one reason for the example, are among the largest mammals in winter range is the factor most critical to the a- complex array of plant communities in the North America. Critical elk habitats are health of the herd. ../ no inspiration other Mahatma Gandhi AL �\ v Re y y{, Bridge Back ` 'f o Nature Campaign Prime Bear Habitat. Bears are similarly Education is key to fostering stewardship of destruction of natural habitats; air pollution; vulnerable to development pressures. The black the environment and natural beauty that the climate change; degraded screams, lakes, and bear's range coves the entire town—a series of community is striving to preserve. With greater rivers; polluted oceans; loss of biodiversity. maps showing prime bear habitat and their understanding, residents and visitors will better Human acrivity has endangered the earth's movements from summer to winter would enjoy the plants and animals that inhabit the capacity to support life, yer our lives depend exactly overlay Snowmass Village. surrounding landscape and become more upon nature's basic ingredients of breathable knowledgeable stewards of their own backyard. air, clean water, fertile land, and healthy trees. Once rarely seen. bears have been making their wav into Snowmass Village homes. No humans Global Context. One of the worlds great On the verge of a new century, we are in the have been hurt, but human/bear encounters challenges today is to find ways to restore the midst of a major ecological transition that calls have forced the Colorado Division of Wildlife environment. Not long ago, the natural world for a drastic change in our values and attitudes. to descrov some bears. was viewed as an endless supply of resources— Essential to the new understanding required is from mineral resources such as oil. coal, and the recognition that human beings share a metals to run our factories and automobiles common desonv with nature. Societies and and manufacture goods to biological resources humanity cannot be healthy if environments such as plants and animals to Feed us and trees are unhealthy. Just stopping what we are doing to provide fuel and shelter. to harm the earth will not be enough to undo the damage that has been done—humankind We are now realizing there are limits to the must take an active role in replenishing natures earths ability to supply human needs. An losses. Restoration and stewardship efforts exploitive relationship with nature has caused will be needed as we embark on defining a new problems that werent even named a Few paradigm of the equilibrium between nature r decades ago: deforestation: deserrification: and people. r r , , \ The care of the earth is our most ancient and most worthy and, after all, our mostp1easing responsihility. remains what ,foster its renewa4 is our only 4egitimate bope. Wendell Be= ������=•_' #tea 3 d° '_� / �3 I� Bridge Back . o Nature Campaign Programs for People of All Ages Learning Opportunities. The Snowmass classroom. Taking advantage of the Center's history, and the humanities, as well as upon Nature Center will offer year-round programs setting within the spectacular high country of volunteer experts. Educators will share their for people of all ages to learn about and Northwest Colorado, programs will include enthusiasm, knowledge, leadership skills, and experience the natural world—its mysteries, explorations of the surrounding mountains concern for the environment. Programs will its beauty, its diversity of life and land forms. and valleys. On fold excuri*mwithin the include: The Center will provide outstanding and microcosm of the Roaring Fork Valley, memorable learning opportunities for adults, participants will have the opportunity to • Slide presentations with themes of the children, and families that heighten their understand many of the world's biomes. natural world. appreciation and expand their knowledge • Guest speakers and lecturers. of nature. Cooperative PrograMS. The Nature • year-round guided outdoor tours. Center will emphasize programs for children • Field studies in Rocky Mountain ecology, The Center also will strive to serve as a and,youth. Special programs will be offered in ornithology,forest ecology, geology, wildlife, catalyst throughout the community for cooperation with public and private schools environmental awareness. Outdoor programs and with the Little Red School House. plants, and animal tracks. will be geared toward connecting participants Cooperative programs also may be developed •Nature craft programs. to the earth and educating them about their for children enrolled in the Snowmass •Photography and drawing from nature. role in caring for it. First-hand experiences— Summer Camp. • Campfire talks. a glimpse of a wild animal, the serenity of an • Stewardship education. alpine meadow at dusk, the thrill of reaching a Courses will s. vary flower walk from afternoon outings • Snowshoe and wild summit—help to instill a stewardship ethic. to weekend and week-long workshops and .Natural and human history walks. seminars. The Snowmass Nature Center The rich]' varied ecosystems of the Snowmass will draw upon talented professionals Snowmass Village area. Village area make it an exceptional outdoor in the fields of ecology, natural and cultural Whatever befalls the earth befalls the sons of the earth. Man did not weave the web of life; he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to bimself. . . —Chief Seattle Environmental Community. Many Outstanding Model. One of the valley's organizations concerned with the environment preeminent environmental organizations—the are active in the Roaring Fork Valley. They Aspen Center for Environmental Studies—is range from a local chapter of the Audubon an outstanding model for the fledgling Society to the Aspen Wilderness Workshop Snowmass Nature Center. Like ACES, the ` that addresses a broad range of wildlife, Nature Center will take advantage of the x open space, and ecological issues to the unique educational opportunities presented by Independence Pass Foundation that is its location, respond to the special needs of its rebuilding and revegerating eroding slopes geographical area, and act as careful stewards of throughout the Independence Pass corridor. its local environment. Bridge BacMo Nature Campaign Single Story Rustic Structure The Building. The Snowmass Nature Center to the outdoors, and welcome hikers Tom Blake Trail. The land borders the Center will be constructed on open space and cross country skiers. White River National Forest, and the Town east of town adjacent to Owl Creek Road. of Snowmass Village has zoned the properry The land was acquired by the Town of The LOcati0n. Located on Owl Creek Road "preservation," in part to protect an important Snowmass Village in 1994 from the (northeast of the Town of Snowmass Village elk migration corridor. Snowmass Land Company. Asingle-srory Maintenance Center), the property is adjacent o both the Owl Creek Public Trail and the Close to a bus stn the ro em is easily t rustic structure of 2,360 square feet will serve P� P P as the environmental learning center. accessible by the handicapped and visitors of all ages and fitness levels. It also is within Architect Ham Teague designed the log walking distance to Snowmass Village's only structure to blend with its setting at the edge school—the Little Red School House for of the forest. Plans call for environmentally preschoolers. Access for parking and main friendly materials and multi-use spaces. utilities is nearby. Construction costs are estimated at $180/square foot. Site Plan. The respected firm Design Workshop has prepared a site plan, pro bona. The Nature Center will contain a welcome To minimize its visual impact, the site plan area, classroom, lookout room, office, and locates the Nature Center structure within a great room with interpretive exhibits. library 1-1/2 acre building envelope as near as alcoves. and space for workshops, classes, and possible to forested land.The building presentations. Viewing windows will open up envelope allows for an addition to the original the interior to the natural setting. Exterior – structure and/or construction of staff housing decks on the trail side will connect the Nature x to accommodate future needs. �t 1 � .� i I , 1 � 1 i • lei � j. - . C�- I I I I Bridge BacMo Nature Campaign Endowment Fund Financial Stability. The Bridge Back to Nature Center will always have a suitable endowment generates a steady stream of Nature Campaign seeks to create an initial setting in which to offer a variety of excellent support that does not depend upon other 5500,000 Endowment Fund to help meet the programs for the community.The importance fluctuating income sources. The Endowment costs of conducting programs and adequately of endowed funds lies in their permanence. Fund, which will be increased in the maintaining the building. An Endowment Using only the income earned—and years ahead, will help provide long-term Fund will help ensure that the Snowmass protecting forever the principal—an financial stability. Every community needs a place where the diversity and integrity of the natural environment is revealed. Tom Cardamone, Director Aspen Center for Environmental Studies D�1 ' 1 I . A B V� y H Storage&Prajea Area A1 Counter R 7 fi F B n rb=, Q I Sliding Doors O a o $ a BB> 9 T� y �' Roll-Down Screen 9 Observation Deck R II II I ll l l l I Exhibits Library Alcove 0 0 0 t 00 FF 9 $ • 7 aL 41 Bridge Bdck7to Nature Campaign YOU [ PdrtiCipatiOH ask for your support in helping build the Snowmass Nature enriching outdoor experiences for residents and visitors, and in Center.The Bridge Back to Nature Campaign seeks gifts from maintaining a special place for the public and wildlife to enjoy. It will individuals, businesses, and foundations, either made outright or help create a permanent home within Snowmass Village for the study pledged over a three-year period. Your participation will assist the and conservation of the natural world. And it will help nurture wildness Center in educating people about the environment, in providing in our midst.A contribution will be an enduring gift. ge°cY Fund t r . �\ / ,l . � » � d �