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Page 11 (Tab B) 4:55 — 5:00 BREAK •a+++++aa+aura+raaaaaaaarar+rrrrrrarrrrrrrraarararar rrrraaaaa+aaarrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaarrrrrara SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA JANUARY 15, 2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 5:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: RESOLUTION NO. 10, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING BOB PURVIS AS TOWN COUNCIL MEMBER TO FILL THE VACANCY CREATED BY THE RESIGNATION OF JACK HATFIELD — Mayor T. Michael Manchester . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 29 (Tab C) Item No. 3: OATH OF OFFICE COUNCIL MEMBER BOB PURVIS Item No. 4: RESOLUTION NO. 09, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO JACK HATFIELD FOR HIS SERVICE AS TOWN COUNCIL MEMBER -- Mayor T. Michael Manchester. . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 31 (Tab D) Item No. 5: RESOLUTION NO. 08, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO CAROL DRESSER FOR HER SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY — Trudi Worline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 34 (Tab E) Item No. 6: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) 01-15-01 tc Page 2 Item No. 7: FIRST READING - ORDINACE NO. 02 SERIES OF2001 CONSIDERATION OF FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 10-29 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING SEASONAL TRAIL CLOSURES Craig Thompson/Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . .Page 36 (Tab F) Item No. 8: RESOLUTION NO. 06, SERIES OF 2001 (Previously Resolution No. 17, Series of 2000 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. -- Jim Walstrom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11 (Tab B) Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 07, SERIES OF 2001 (Previously Resolution No. 29, Series of 2000) CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION FOR LOT 1, RIDGE RUN UNIT I, PERMITTING THE CONDOMINIUMIZATION OF THE EXISTING DUPLEX — Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 41 (Tab G) Item No. 10: DISCUSSION - CODE OF ETHICS -- Arnold Mordkin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 51 (Tab H) Item No. 11: APPROVAL OF WORK SESSION SUMMARY OF 01-08-01. AND MEETING MINUTES OF 12-18-00 AND 01-02-01. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 55 (Tab 1) Item No. 12: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/ STATUS REPORT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 81 (Tab J) Item No. 13: DISCUSSION COUNCIL/STAFF RESORT TOURS — Arnold Mordkin. . . . . . . . . . .No Packet Information Item No. 14: CALENDARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . Page 88 (Tab K) 01-15-01 tc Page 3 Item No. 15: 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 15, 2001 Agenda Item: LAND USE DISCUSSION — UNIT EQUIVALENCY Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: The purpose of this one work session is for staff to: 1) discuss the unit equivalency methodology; 2) show how it would apply to twenty-two (22) existing projects and four (4) potential buildout scenarios; 3) identify issues relating to the process and provide staff recommendations; and 4) receive direction. Article V of the Land Use and Development Code was amended by Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2000, on October 13, 2000. The Town Council, however, wanted to revisit Section 16A-5-300(c)(1), Maximum Buildout, and Table 5-4, Unit Equivalency, as soon as possible in order to focus upon the following issues: 1. What are possible "unintended consequences" that result when applying the new buildout/equivalency formulation to redevelopment or new projects within various parcels in the Town? • The language that was added so as to avoid having to amend the Comprehensive Plan Buildout Analysis Chart should be amended to more clearly explain the manner in which existing and available units are established or it should be eliminated and the chart itself should be amended. • The Unit Equivalency Chart may be too heavily weighted in favor of smaller units such that even sixty-five percent (65%)of the maximum allowed number of units would not be an appropriate density for the site. 2. Does the methodology serve the intended purpose of establishing appropriate or mitigated (by"Community Purposes") buildout densities for the undeveloped portions of the Town? How about potential redevelopment projects? • The current Unit Equivalency Chart may be better suited for redevelopment rather than new development. Perhaps a simpler chart should be H.1useACC0NRADIcmaadWS Wad DocsVdisc Code AmendmentONIT EQUIVALENCY DISCUSSION Jan 15 TC Mb 01.doc created for projects involving undeveloped land. General Info: 0 The enclosed 'Potential Buildout Scenarios" spreadsheet relates to undeveloped parcels and shows the number of various units, by size and type, that may be permitted within an undeveloped parcel having a maximum buildout unit allocation of 14, 30, 80 or 100 units. • The enclosed spreadsheet titled "Unit Equivalency Summary—Test Projects Condensed" relates to Partially developed parcels. Projects having units within Column "C" ('Remaining") would be considered as partially developed parcels. Projects showing zero (0) units within Column "C" would be considered to be fully developed parcels. • Column "A" is the maximum future buildout amount specified in the Comprehensive Plan Buildout Analysis Chart. Column "B" is the current number of units within the project. The Column "C" amount equals A minus B. The maximum buildout amount for the parcel is established by calculating the unit equivalency for the existing project (Table 5-4) shown in Column "D" and adding the remaining un-built units specified in Column "C". That amount is shown in Column "E". • The enclosed spreadsheet titled "Horse Ranch —As New Development To Buildout Max." shows how unit equivalency, using Table 5-4, was calculated for the Horse Ranch Subdivision. Detailed spreadsheets for each of the test projects listed on the spreadsheet"Unit Equivalency Summary—Test Projects Condensed" are available upon request. Council Options: The Town Council may either continue discussions or provide general direction at this time and refer the matter to the Planning Commission. Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that additional worksession time be allotted before an referral to the Plannin Commission. H:luser/Coonrad/cconrad/MS Word Docs/Misc ode AmendmentslUnll Equivalency Dlsassl0 Jan 15 Mtg 01 4a - H:\userl000NRAM=nradVdS Word DocsWisc Code AmendmenlslUN1T EQUIVALENCY DISCUSSION Jan 15 TC Mq 01.doc CURRENT LAND USE CODE FOR UNIT EQUIVALENCYBUILDOUT DISCUSSION] Division 3. Planned Unit Development Sec. 16A-5-300(c) General Restrictions. Although one(1)of the purposes of these PUD regulations is to provide flexibility in the land development process,this Section is intended to define the limits of that flexibility. The following restrictions shall apply to all PUD's: (1) Minimum land area. There shall be no minimum land area qualification in order to be eligible to apply for a PUD,provided that PUD approval shall not be granted solely to permit variations to develop a single lot,building or use. (2) Location. A PUD may be developed on any land located within the Town. (3) Uses. The land uses permitted in a PUD shall be limited to those uses that are allowed, or are allowed by special review, in the underlying zone district. (1) Maximum buildout. The Comprehensive Plan contains an analysis of future buildout of single-family subdivisions and other developments within the Town limits. It identifies the maximum number of future lots/units and commercial/other space that may be developed within each subdivision,parcel or other development. The Unit Equivalency Chart, found in Table 5-4, defines what constitutes a unit by distinguishing between the various dwelling types and sizes and specifying an equivalency factor to be utilized to establish the number of existing units within a currently developed parcel and/or the future buildout units that will be generated by the proposed new development. The buildout analysis, for the purpose of determining maximum buildout, shall be conducted as follows: a. Undeveloped parcels. For undeveloped parcels containing no dwelling units,the Comprehensive Plan future buildout chart shall be used to establish the maximum number of future lots/units and commercial/other space that may be developed within the parcel and the Unit Equivalency Chart shall be used to determine the number of future buildout units that are being proposed by the new development. b. Partially developed parcels. For partially developed parcels,each existing dwelling unit or residential lot shall first be counted as one (1)unit. The total number shall then be subtracted from the future buildout number specified within the Comprehensive Plan buildout chart to establish the available buildout unit amount. The Unit Equivalency Chart shall then be used to evaluate the existing development and to establish the existing buildout unit amount. The total of the available and existing unit amounts shall then be considered as the future buildout unit amount used for determining maximum buildout and the Unit Equivalency Chart shall be _3- used to determine the number of future buildout units that are being proposed by the new development. c. Fully developed parcels. For parcels where the total number of the existing dwelling units, where each dwelling unit or residential lot is counted as one (1)unit,equals the future buildout number specified within the Comprehensive Plan buildout chart, the Unit Equivalency Chart shall be used to evaluate the existing development and to establish the existing buildout unit amount. The existing buildout unit amount shall then be considered as the future buildout unit amount for determining maximum buildout and the Unit Equivalency Chart shall be used to determine the number of future buildout units that are being proposed by the new development. If the Town Council determines that the PUD complies with the applicable provisions of this Subsection(c),General Restrictions,the standards of Section 16A-5-310,Review Standards, and any other applicable provisions of this Code,then a PUD may develop up to,but not more than, sixty-five percent (65%) of the maximum number of future lots/units and commercial/other space identified for that subdivision or other development in the buildout analysis. The Town Council may approve a buildout that is less than or greater than sixty-five percent(65%),based on the following standards: a. Lesser buildout. A lesser buildout may be approved by the Town if, during the evaluation of the compliance of the PUD with the applicable review standards,it is determined that there are site specific physical constraints on the property that would limit its appropriateness for buildout,(such as the presence of wetlands, flood plains, steep slopes or wildlife habitat), or the applicant has been unable to adequately provide public improvements or services necessary for the development, or the buildout would be incompatible with surrounding land uses or with the character of the community as described in Section 16A-4-340,Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character,or if other pertinent limitations are identified. b. Greater buildout. A greater buildout may be approved if the Town Council finds that the PUD achieves one(1)or more of the purposes described in Subsection (c)(6),Community Purposes for PUD's, and the PUD complies with the other applicable provisions of this Subsection (c),General Restrictions, the standards of Section 16A-5-310,Review Standards,and any other applicable provisions of this Code. No buildout may be permitted to exceed one-hundred percent(100%)of the maximum number of future lots/units and commercial/other space listed for that subdivision,parcel or other development,except that under unique and exceptional circumstances where it can be sufficiently demonstrated by the applicant that the resulting development will, for good cause shown, exceed the PUD review criteria standards, a reconsideration and amendment of the future buildout analysis chart allocation for that subdivision,parcel or other development may be considered. The Town Council shall then adopt an ordinance,approved by at least three-quarters('/4)of the members of the Town Council present and _ y- voting, amending the future buildout analysis chart and identifying the reasons why the amendment is warranted. TABLE 5-4,UNIT EQUIVALENCY SQUARE UNIT CATEGORIES FOOTAGE EQUIVALENT MULTI-FAMILY I Less Than 1,000 s.f. 0.5 MULTI-FAMILY II 1,000 s.f. - 1,500 s.f. 0.50+ .05 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 1,000 s.f. MULTI-FAMILY III 1,501 s.f. - 2,500 s.f. 0.75+ .l 0 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 1,500 s.f. MULTI-FAMILY IV More Than 2,500 s.f. 1.75 + .25 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 2,500 s.f. SINGLE-FAMILY I Less Than 2,500 s.f. 1 SINGLE-FAMILY II 2,500 s.f. -4,500 s.f. 1.0 + .10 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 2,500 s.f. SINGLE-FAMILY III More than 4,500 s.f. 3.0+ .50 Per Each Additional 100 s.f.Above 4,500 s.f. HOTELILODGING I Less Than 500s.f. 0.25 HOTEL/LODGING II 500 s.f. - 1,000 s.f 0.25+ .10 Per Each Additional 100 s.f. Above 500 s.f HOTEL/LODGING III More than 1,000 s.f 0.75+ .25 Per Each Additional 100 s.f Above 1,000 s.f. aWS0010 :.i�' `£rs •iax<,��'rt'�..,..'TL�S"',..... ,..r....m '�"w'°B"a"r .....:..._ ..M,...,.,,.�_ ,y;3 � ,... ....,.. .....m c���..L�.�.��..::. DDOD E FUTURE NUMBER REMAINING UNIT BUILDOUT WrrH PROJECT BUILDOUT OF UNITS EQUIV. EQUIVALENCY CALC. 1 ASPENWOOD 55 50 5 25 30 2 BRUSH CREEK 27 26 1 13 14 3 CREEKSIDE 72 72 0 36 36 4 CRESTWOOD 141 141 0 77.5 77.5 5 ENCLAVE 40 40 0 26.15 p 26.15 6 FAIRWAY THREE TOWNHOMES 30 30 0 19.95 19.95 7 HOMESTEAD AT SNOWMASS 14 14 0 24.45 24.45 8 INTERLUDE 30 27 3 15.3 18.3 9 LAURELWOOD 59 53 6 26.5 32.5 10 LICHENHEARTH 44 40 4 20 24 11 POKOLODI LODGE 55 50 5 25 30 12 ISHADOWBROOK 29 26 3 17.65 20.65 13 ISNOWMASS VILLAS 28 28 0 15.85 15.85 14 ISONNENBLICK 7 6 1 6.2 7.2 15 ITAMARACK TOWNHOUSES 40 w 36 4 19.3 23.3 16 ITOP OF THE VILLAGE 123 111 12 68.25 80.25 17 IWOODBRIDGE 84 84 0 42 42 18 IWOODRUN V TOWNHOMES 45 45 0 81.85 81.85 19 IWOODRUN PLACE 54 54 0 45.8 45.8 20 CROSSINGS AT HORSE RANCH 35 35 0 35 35 21 HORSE RANCH 96 96 0 286 286 22 TWO CREEKS 51 51 0 468 468 01/11/2001 REWORKED CHART 02 85%WITHOUT 65%BUILDOUT BUILDOUT 100%BUILD017T VATH FUTURE NUMBER REMAINING EQUIVALENCY WITHOUT UNIT WITH EQUIVALENCY EQUIVALENCY @SAME PROJECT BUILDOUT OF UNITS [OLD CODE] EQUIVALENCY EQUIV. 100% 85% 65% AVG.SRFlTYI UMIS 65% 1 ASPENWOOD 55 50 5 46.8 Rl 25. 30.0 5.5 19. 60.0 39.0 2 BRUSH CREEK 27 26 1 23.0 6 13.0 14.0 71.9 9.1 8.0 18.2 3 CRE SIDE 72 72 0 61.2 8 360 360 306 234 2.0 46.8 4 CRESTWOOD 141 141 0 1199 7 775 77 659 50.4 141.0 91.7 ENCLA E 40 40 0 34.0 0 262 262 222 1 .0 40.0 26.6 FAIRWAY HREE TOWNHOMES 30 30 0 25.5 5 20.0 20.0 17.0 13.0 30.0 9.1 HOM TEAD AT SNOWMASS 14 14 0 11.9 24. 24.5 208 1 .9 14.0 9.1 8 INTERLUDE 30 27 3 2 .5 .5 15.3 18.3 15.6 11.9 32. 21.0 9 LAURELWOOD 59 53 6 50.2 38.4 26. 32.5 27.6 21.1 -----65-.0 42.3 10 LICH NHEARTH 44 40 4 37.4 28.6 20.0 24.0 20.4 15.6 48. 31.2 ro- ll POKOLODILODGE 55 50 5 46.8 35.8 25.0 30.0 25.5 19.5 60.0 72 SHADOWBROOK 29 26 3 24.7 18.9 17.7 20.7 17.6 13.4 30.4 19.8 73 SNOWMASS VILLAS 28 28 0 23.8 18.2 15.9 -15-9- 13.5 10.3 28.0 18. 4 SONNENB ICK 7 6 1 6.0 4.6 6.2 7.2 6.1 4.7 .0 4. 1 TAMARACK TOWNHOUSES 40 36 4 34.0 26.0 19.3 23.3 19.8 15.1 43. 28.2 16 TOP 0 THE VILLAGE 123 111 12 104.6 80.0 68.3 80.3 68.2 2.2 136.5 84.8 7 WOODBRIDG 84 84 0 71.4 .6 42.0 42.0 -35.- .7 27.3 84.0 .6 8 WOODR N Y 0 HOMES 45 4 0 38.3 29.3 81.9 81.9 69.6 53.2 45.0 29.3 19 W00 UN PLACE 54 54 0 45.9 3 .7 45.8 45.8 38.9 29.8 54.0 .1 2 CROSSINGS AT HORSE RANCH 35 35 0 29.8 22.8 35.0 35.0 29.8 22.8 3 . .8 21 HORSE RA C % 96 0 81.6 62.4 286.0 286.0 243.1 18 .9 96.0 6 .4 TW CR S 51 1 0 43.4 33.2 468.0 468.0 397.8 304.2 1. 33.2 01/122001 REWORKED CHART 02 PLUS 65%85% POTENTIAL BUILDOUT SCENARIOS MAX. NUMBER OF UNITS: 14 500 SF 800 SF 1000 SF 1500 SF 2000 SF 1 2500 SF 3000 SF 3500 SF 4000 SF 4500 SF 5000 SF 5500 SF 6500 SF 28 28 28 19 11 1 8 5 3 3 2 2 2 1 14 14. 14 14 14 14 9 7 5 4 2 1 1 56 25. 18 7 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 MAX. NUMBER OF UNITS: 30 500 SF 800 SF 1000 SF 1500 SF 2000 SF 2500 SF 3000 SF 3500 SF 4000 SF 4500 SF 5000 SF 5500 SF 6500 SF 60 60 60 40 24 17 10 7 5 4 4 . 3 2 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 15 12 10 5 3 2 ` 120 54 40 15 9 6 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 MAX. NUMBER OF UNITS: 80 500 SF 800 SF 1000 SP 1500 SF 2000 SF 2500 SF 3000 SF 3500 SF 4000 SF 4500 SF 5000 SF 5500 SF 6500 F AMILY 160 160 160 106 64 45 26 18 14 11 10 8 6 80 80 80 80 80 80 53 40 32 26 14 10 6 320 145 106 40 24 17 13 11 9 8 7 6 5 MAX NUMBER OF UNITS: 100 500 SF 800 SF 1000 SF 1500 SF 2000 SF 25GO SF 3000 SF 3500 SF 4000 SF 4500 SF 5000 SF 5500 SF 6500 SF 00 200 200 133 80 57 33 3 18 14 12 10 8 100 lU0 100 1 100 100 66 50 40 33 18 12 7 NOTE: THE 14 UNIT SCENARIO RELATES TO THE BRUSH CREEK APARTMENTS THE 30 UNIT SCENARIO RELATES TO ASPENWOOD CONDOMINIUMS AND POKOLODI LODGE THE 80 UNIT SCENARIO ROUGHLY APPROXIMATES TOP OF THE VILLAGE(80.25 UNITS) AND WOODRUN V TOWNHOMES(81.25 UNITS) Unit Square Footage Base Factor Multiplier SINGLE-FAMILY I LESS THAN 2,500 5 1 1 0 SINGLE-FAMILY II 2,500 SF-4,500 S 1 0.1 SINGLE-FAMILY III MORE THAN 4,500 S1 3 0.5 ACTUAL BASE ADDITIONAL MULTIPLIER UNIT NUMBER OF UNITS LEGAL AREA CATEGORY FACTOR FLOOR AREA EQUIV. UNITS 1 TO 52 3500 II 1 - 1000 10 2 92 UNITS 53 TO 81 5000 - III 3 500 5 5.5 29 1 UNITS 82 TO 86 3000 II 1 500 5 1.5 15 Emmmi TOTAL-SINGLE-FAMILY 1 M29 PROJECT ACREAGE: 13.53 TOTAL-SINGLE-FAMILY II NUMBER OF UNITS: 96 TOTAL-SINGLE-FAMILY III TOTAL UNIT SQUARE FOOTAGE 372000 AVERAGE UNIT SIZE: 3875.00 UNITS PER ACRE: 7.10 TOTAL UNIT EQUIVALENCY: 2H6 AVERAGE UNIT EQUIVALENCY 2.979 EQUIVALENCY UNITS PER ACRE. 01/11/2001CRMSINGS AS NEW DEV.TO MAX.Shre f l SQUARE UNIT CATEGORIES FOOTAGE EQUIVALENT UNIT SIZE 250 250 1 500 11000 11500 2000 12500 13000 13500 4000 14500 15000 15500 6000 1 6500 MULTI-FAMILY I Less Than 1,000 s.f. 0.5 0.50 0.50 0.50 MULTI-FAMILY 11 1,000 s.f.-1,500 s.f. 0.5+.05 Per Each Additional 0.50 0.75 100 s.f.Above 1,000 s.f. MULTI-FAMILY III 1,501 s.f.-2,500 s.f. 0.75+.10 Per Each Additional 1.25 1.75 100 s.f.Above 1,500 s.f. 2111111111111 2111111111111121111111111111 mm MULTI-FAMILY IV More Than 2,500 s.f. 1.75+.25 Per Each Additional 3.00 4.25 5.50 6.75 8.00 9.25 10.50 11.75 100 s.f.Above 2,500 s.f. SINGLE-FAMILY I Less Than 2,500 s.f. 1 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 SINGLE-FAMILY 11 2,500 s.f.-4,500 s.f. 1,0+.10 Per Each Additional 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 100 s.f.Above 2,500 s.f. O FHOTEL(LODGtNG LE-FAMILY III More than 4,500 s.f. 3.0+.50 Per Each Additional 5.50 8.00 10.50 13.00 100 s.f.Above 4,500 s.f. ELILODGING I Less Than 500s.f. 0.25 0.25;0.25 ELILODGING II 500 s.f.-1,000 s.f. 0.25+.10 Per Each Additional 0.25 0.75 100 s.f.Above 500 s.f. III More than 1,000 s.f. 0.75+.25 Per Each Additional 2.00 325 4.50 5.75 7.00 8.25 9.50 10.75 12.00 13.25 14.50 100 s.f.Above 1,000 s.1. NOTE: This is a worksheet to better explain the Unit Equivalency chart found as Table 54 in the Land Use Code. UNIT SIZE 250 250 1 500 1100011500 2000 12500 13000 13500 14000 14500 1 5000 15500 16000 16500 MULTI-FAMILY 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.75 1.25 1.75 3.00 4.25 5.50 6.75 8.00 9.25 10.50 11.75 SUMMARY CHART SINGLE-FAMILY 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 5.50 8.00 10.50 113.00 HOTELILODGING 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.75 2.00 3.25 4.50 5.75 7.00 8.25 9.50 10.75 12.00 13.25 14.50 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 15, 2001 Presented By: Planning Division Staff: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Subject: Snowmass Club Phase 11 Sketch Plan - Continuation of Discussion Resolution No. 06, Series of 2001, (formerly known as 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 11 proposal. Core Issues This case has been assigned for one hour of discussion in order for the Town Council to provide direction to staff concerning revisions, if any, to the resolution for preparation of the adoption of the resolution at this or a subsequent Town Council meeting. Follow-up of Attached is a preliminary final draft of the Town Council resolution Discussion at with modifications pursuant to the discussion and public hearing on previous Town January 2, 2001. Council meeting A majority of the changes are outlined in Item No. 10 of the Conditions Section of the Resolution re-titled as, Applicability of New Code Changes and Community Purposes Criteria. Other minor revisions were made throughout the text of the resolution to clarify language. Since the last report issued last week for meeting on January 8. 2001. staff made further revisions based upon input from the applicant and a few Council members. Please refer to the following sections for major language changes: • Finding 11d. page 4 • Findings 15a-e. page 5 • Conditions 6e and 8f. page 11 • Conditions 10b and 10c. paces 13-15 Purpose of Meeting: The primary purpose of the Town Council meeting is to continue review of the Sketch PUD application, as needed, 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. "4I 600 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 reports and in the Code. Recommendation: Provide final direction to staff in order to finalize the adoption of the resolution at the next available Town Council meeting. P\user\jw\SnowmassClubll\TC Memo 01-15.01 SMCII Sketch TC Reso. Page 1 of 16 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 06 SERIES OF 2001 {FORMERLY KNOWN AS RESOLUTION NO. 17, 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 3, 4, and 10 , and 42 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 at approximately 2,400 square feet each with kitchens underground parking areas modified 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; 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 6�L3 goo TC Reso.00-17 Page 2 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 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 meetings werelwill-be held before the Town Council on December 4`h, December 11` , December 18th, 2000, aad January 2, 2001, X891, and January 15. 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 isthas considered the issues and the additional information and studies, which are necessary to properly review a Preliminary Plan PUD Application; and WHEREAS, the Town Council 4414as 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. I� � r TC Reso.00-17 Page 3 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. 4. The Town Council Whas, 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 W4ae, 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 seaRy4yiR9Fhas 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. 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 -IS OFM TC Reso.00-17 Page 4 and the proposal is considered a good project for the community due to the following benefits: a) A long term goal to upgrade the golf course is being proposed; b) A license agreement peFFAaReAt easameM for cross-country skiing is being negotiated; c) An intersection redesign near Highline Road (specifically Clubhouse Drive at Snowmass Club Circle) is being proposed; d) The softball field use is still part of the plan, which is subject to subsequent conveyance to the Town; 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, as needed, 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; j) An agreement to deed restrict the additional manager's unit in Phase I is appropriate; k) More landscaping on the berming done in Phase I would be an upgrade; 1) Public access to golf should be considered (See Item #10 in the Conditions Section of this resolution). 12.The exterior finishes on the Phase II buildings will be as consistent with those shown in Phase I. sow�R 1(p- TC Reso.00-W Page 5 (See the end of the Conditions Section of this resolution concerning employee housing) 14.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 at this time and that Option I would be utilized showing the current Brush Creek Road alignment. 15.Town Council finds that due to the proposed residential buildings replacing parking for the existing golf course operations, the golf course aperatieas clubhouse 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) Replace hole #16 with new hole #18 in the Spring 2001, depending on length of approval process: b1 Relocate the golf course operations using a temporary clubhouse structure, in the Fall 2001: c) 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; d_) Then construct the residential portion of the project, which is anticipated as an 18-month project including the upgrades of the gof course: and e) Construct the tennis structures approximately the same time as the residential buildings. 16.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; a,-I,7 am TC Reso.00-17 Page 6 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. 17.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. • 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: 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 at approximately 2.400 square feet each with kitchens. YAU; 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 new and revised requirements of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, at the time the Preliminary Plan PUD application is filed, with QPA the following conditions: 1. General. a) The applicant shall provide additional information and application materials as required by the TOSV Land Use and Development Code in , 1g _ TC Reso.00.17 Page 7 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 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. TC Reso.00-17 Page 8 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 coordinating 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. 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 VOX TC Reso.00-17 Page 9 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) The traffic study for the Phase I project, recently submitted to the Town during this Sketch Plan review, is deemed 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 TC Reso.00-17 Page 10 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 Waipway Clubhouse 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. 7. Translt 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) If the main entrance to the Club off of Gewatry Snowmass Club Circle is relocated, a pedestrian connection and bridge crossing must be retained to the new bus stop location. 8. Pedestrian Circulation, 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 GowRt Snowmass 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 O�� 0 TC Reso.00-17 Page 11 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) 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) If a trail is physically feasible to be constructed, the applicant agrees to shall provide additional easements, as needed, to complete a trail connection from Clubhouse Drive to the future trail along Highline Road, generally within the area bounded by Highline Road. Snowmass Club Circle, Clubhouse Drive, and the Water and Sanitation District facilities: or, if physically feasible to construct, provide some form of a pedestrian/bicycle connection along Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle f) In addition to the above condition, the applicant shall provide an easement for a trail connection south of Snowmass Club Circle between Clubhouse Drive (by the Mountain Bell facility) and Fairway Drive within the Fairway III development. g) That the Preliminary Plan PUD demonstrates, as needed, that the Town has easements for all existing and proposed trails on the site, including the planned trail along Highline Road. h) Any license or easement agreement from the applicant for all pedestrian, bicycle. and Nordic trail locations and an accessory structure location for a maintenance vehicle must be provided for the benefit of the Town. i) 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 OZ We TC Reso.00-17 Page 12 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 existing site constraints. 9. Architecture, Landscaping, and Exterior Lighting: a) 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. b) Divert the underground driveway connecting the below-grade parking in the two southern residential buildings in order to achieve angled or unparalleled building footprints between the two structures. c) 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. d) Explore the possibility of lowering the flat roof portion of the residential buildings as a means to improve the separation and articulation of the roof forms. e) 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]. f) 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. g) 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. 0 W9 TC Reso.00-17 Page 13 h) 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. j) 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 the use of ballard lighting, and that other lighting for parking lots should be shielded and downcast with use of low-wattage light sources. Further, lighting for the new 150-space clubhouse parking lot should be turned off at night after a certain time. 10. Applicability of New Code Changes and Community Purposes Criteria: b@*Rq Within 0 0 0 0 Town Council finds that the recent Code revisions per Ordinance No. 07 and No 15 Series of 2000 apply to the Preliminary and Final PUD applications for this proiect with the following exceptions and conditions: a) The new unit equivalency chart per Ordinance No. 07. Series of 2000, will not apply to this project. TC Reso.00-17 Page 14 b) The new 65% threshold rule, for applicability of community purpose criteria, will apply to the project. The following Community Purpose items offered by the applicant are sufficient to allow buildout of 21 fractional ownership condominiums: 1) A license agreement will be provided to the Town from the applicant to assure the continued ability to set and use Nordic trails on Parcel 10 (e.g., the golf course area): 2) A site with electric service will be provided to the Town for use by the Nordic Council to allow a permanent structure for housing a vehicle for Nordic trail maintenance as previously described in this resolution. 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. as previously described in this resolution, which will improve water quality and aesthetics of the creek: 4) A new trail easement will be provided to the Town from Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle (e.g., between the proposed residential buildings along Brush Creek): 5) Provision of additional trail easements by the applicant to the Town for trails shown on the Trail Map and in the Comprehensive Plan for which easements do not already exist, with the exception of the east-west trail planned to be removed: 6.) Full-time residents of the Town who are employed or are full-time students and who are not members of the Club will be provided the opportunity to plavgolf on a space available basis. The fees/rates conditions, and restrictions which apply shall be addressed during the review of the Preliminary Plan PUD application: 7) A new RFTA (now RTA) bus stop and shelter will be constructed by the applicant for down valley access (i.e., on the south side of Brush Creek Road) near the intersection of the paved trail, from the employee housing, at Brush Creek Road: 8) Define a land area and determine whether it is of sufficient size and orientation for a recreational purpose easement (i.e., such as for use as a softball field or Jazz Aspen Snowmass purposes). he method of conveyance to the Town of this area shall be deferred until later. following a certain time frame, in order to maintain of the option to potentially realign Brush Creek Road per provisions of the Ancillary Improvements Agreement dated Janua!y 20, 2000: 9) Notwithstanding the above, the applicant shall provide the Town a reservation, which would allow a future improvement ot the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Hig_hline Road, as Iona as it does not interfere with the redesigned golf course. During the redesign. consideration of future intersection improvements will be coordinated by the applicant with the Town: and MU&r TC Reso.00-17 Page 15 10)The existing employee housing complex in Parcel 12 shall be deed restricted. c) Section 4-410, Restricted Housing Requirements, 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. The Town Council also considered the quantity and quality of the employee housing constructed as part of Phase I of this development. Following consideration of the facts, the Town Council finds that: 1) The revised employee housing calculations, following the ratios per Ordinance No. 07, Series of 2000, are accurate when comparing the original Club with the combined Phase I and II uses. 2) The seven employee housing units previously provided for the original 76-unit Lodge was accepted as being equivalent to the employee housing requirement for the 30 condominium units approved and redeveloped in Phase I. The 61 employee housing units approved in Phase I was considered a community purpose benefit. The employee housing required for Phase II is a mitigation issue and not considered a Community Purpose issue. The Phase II employee housing requirement is 5,824 square feet following the revised employee housing ratios and calculations outlined in Ordinance No. 15. Series of 2000 (i.e., the difference between the original club and the combination of Phase I & II utilizing the revised rated. 3) Due to the applicant agreeing to deed restrict for employee housing purposes the one additional manager's unit of 1,700 square feet built in Phase I it may be credited against the 5.824 souare feet of employee housing required for Phase 11. 4) Per the above stipulation. the 4,124 square feet remaining for employee housing required for Phase II shall apply to a future project proposed by the applicant successors heirs and/or assigns. 5) In addition to the employee housing requirements for the Snowmass Club Phase II project and pursuant to Ordinance No. 9. Series of 1994 (Under Findings Section 'b" Employee Housing, pages 16 and 17). the applicant is required to provide employee housing as needed for the previous ski area expansion per subsections (i & ii], under the terms of Ordinance No. 12. Series of 1992. 6) In addition to the above requirement an additional 1.936 souare feet of employee housina per subsection [iii) of the same ordinance and "M us TC Reso.00-17 Page 16 section, is required for previous facility expansions within the Snowmass Ski Area, under the terms of Ordinance No. 12. Series of 1992. 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. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED as amended, on this 15`" 24W 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 15, 2001 Agenda Item: A RESOLUTION APPOINTING BOB PURVIS AS TOWN COUNCIL MEMBER TO FILL THE VACANCY CREATED BY THE RESIGNATION OF JACK HATFIELD RESOLUTION NO. 10, SERIES OF 2000, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING Presented By: T. Michale Manchester Core Issues: Council vacancy created by the resignation of Jack Hatfield. General Info: This resolution ratifies the appointment of Bob Purvis to the Town Council. His term expires in November of 2002. Council Options: Staff Recommendation: Approval. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 10 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING BOB PURVIS AS TOWN COUNCIL MEMBER TO FILL THE VACANCY CREATED BY THE RESIGNATION OF JACK HATFIELD WHEREAS, Article III, Section 3.8 of the Home Rule Charter states that within thirty days after a vacancy occurs, the remaining Council Members shall choose by majority vote a duly qualified person to fill such a vacancy on an interim basis until the next Municipal Election; and WHEREAS, Jack Hatfield resigned his position as Town Council Member effective January 15, 2001; and WHEREAS, the vacancy has been publicly noticed in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Home Rule Charter; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has conducted an interview with Bob Purvis as a candidate who expressed an interest in the position; and WHEREAS, the Town Council wishes to ratify this appointment with the required thirty-day time period. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado Section One: Appointment The Town Council hereby ratifies the appointment of Bob Purvis to the position of Town Council Member to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Jack Hatfield. The Town Council hereby confirms and ratifies the appointment of Bob Purvis effective January 15, 2001. Section Two: Term Mr. Purvis shall serve until November, 2002 election, or until his successor has been elected and qualified. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on this 15th day of January 2001 with a motion made by Council Member and a second made by Council Member and a vote of_ in favor to_opposed. ATTEST: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRUDI WORLINE, Town Clerk T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor ►:30 moo TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 15, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 09, SERIES OF 2001, A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO JACK HATFIELD FOR HIS SERVICE AS TOWN COUNCIL MEMBER Presented By: T. Michael Manchester Core Issues: General Info: This resolution expresses appreciation to Jack Hatfield for his service as Town Council member. Council Options: Staff Recommendation: Approve and present resolution and plaque. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE RESOLUTION NO. 9 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO JACK HATFIELD FOR HIS SERVICE AS TOWN COUNCIL MEMBER WHEREAS, Jack Hatfield was elected to the Snowmass Village Town Council in November, 1994; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield was reelected to the Snowmass Village Town Council in November, 1998; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield was successful in his candidacy for Pitkin County Commissioner in November, 2000; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield has resigned his seat as Town Council Member effective January 15, 2001; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield has exhibited exemplary attendance and preparation for all Town Council Meetings and Work Sessions; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield has consistently advocated responsible, managed growth; and WHEREAS, Mr., Hatfield has been an active proponent of environmental stewardship and wildlife protection; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield's fiscal conservatism has been beneficial for the Town coffers; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield has consistently supported employee housing in Snowmass Village; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield has, in his own unique style, created many positive results from the developments that received approval through the Town's land-use review process; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield has represented the Town's interests both regionally and statewide; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hatfield's energy, conscientiousness, dedication and commitment to this community will be missed. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One:Appreciation ...f =0 The Town Council, the Town Staff and the Citizens of Snowmass Village hereby express their sincere appreciation to Jack Hatfield for his commitment, dedication, loyalty and value systems that enabled him to serve this community with pride and integrity. We all wish Mr. Hatfield the best of luck with his new endeavor as Pitkin County Commissioner. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 15th day of January, 2001 with a motion made by Mayor T. Michael Manchester and second by Council Member Mercatoris and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. ATTEST: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRUDI WORLINE, TOWN CLERK T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, MAYOR i TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 15, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 08, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO CAROL DRESSER FOR HER SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY Presented By: Trudi Worline Core Issues: General Info: This resolution expresses appreciation to Carol Dresser for her services on the Snowmass Village Liquor Licensing Authority. Council Options: Staff Recommendation: Approve and present resolution. ��r SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 08 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO CAROL DRESSER FOR HER SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY WHEREAS, Carol Dresser was appointed by the Town Council of Snowmass Village to serve as Member of the Snowmass Village Liquor Licensing Authority in July of 1997; and WHEREAS, Carol Dresser was reappointed in January of 1999 for a two year term; and WHEREAS, Carol Dresser has served her four years with dedication and loyalty to this community; and WHEREAS, Carol Dresser's hard work, excellent attendance record, and sense of humor has been an asset to the Liquor Licensing Authority and the community; and WHEREAS, Carol Dresser's dedication and caring will be missed. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Citizens of Snowmass Village, the Snowmass Village Town Council, the Snowmass Liquor Licensing Authority and the entire Town Staff hereby express their sincere gratitude and appreciation to Carol Dresser for her contribution to promote a strong community and to enhance the quality of life for our citizens. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 15`h day of January 2001 with a motion made by Mayor Manchester and a second by Council Member Mercatoris and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. ATTEST: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRUDI WORLINE, Town Clerk T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 15, 2001 Presented By: Craig Thompson, Community Development Director Subject: First reading of Ordinance 01-02, Series of 2001: Amending Chapter 10 of the Municipal Code regarding Trail Closures Dates. Overview: At the January 2, 2001 Work Session, Council directed staff to prepare an ordinance to amend Chapter 10 of the Municipal Code to reflect the modification and removal of trail closure dates as discussed. Attached, as Exhibit A is the January 2, 2001 Council Communiqu&which outlines the proposed changes in trail closure dates. Also attached is the draft ordinance 01-02. As additional information, staff met with Dee Belina, Janis Huggins, Dawn Keating, and Jim Wells on Friday, January 5, 2001. Collectively,this group voiced their concerns regarding the proposed removal of trail closure dates as discussed at the January 2, 2001 work session. Their primary concerns are: 1. The adverse impacts on elk migration as a result of eliminating the fall closure dates for Tom Blake, Sequel, Anaerobic Nightmare, and Powerline trails; and 2. The removal of fall trail closure dates are contrary to the intent of Ordinance 6-94, specifically the Two Creeks and Pines Final Wildlife Enhancement and Management Plan (WEMP). In response, staff(which includes the TOSV Wildlife Specialist) through consultation with DOW and the Pitkin County Wildlife Biologist would disagree that significant impacts will occur as a result of removing the fall closure dates on the aforementioned trails. Therefore, the intent of the Two Creeks and Pines Final WEMP as it relates to identifying fall trail closure dates is no longer necessary. Recommendation: Staff recommends first reading approval of Ordinance 01-02, Series of 2001. EXHIBIT A TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUI`_ 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. �� r TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 2 SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 10- 29 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING SEASONAL TRAIL CLOSURES. WHEREAS, the Town Council received a recommendation from the Trails Committee and the Community Development Department that the existing trail closure dates be modified as stated in this Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Town Council heard the recommendations of the Division of Wildlife, the Town Wildlife Specialist, Community Development Department and the Trails Committee at a work session occurring on January 2, 2001; and WHEREAS, the Town Council received comment from the public on January 15, 2001; and WHEREAS, the Town Council considered the recommendations of the Division of Wildlife, the Town Wildlife Specialist, Community Development Department and the Trails Committee and comment from the public; 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. Section 10-29 Amendment and Restatement. Section 10-29 Seasonal Trail Closures is amended and restated as follows: Sec. 10-29. Seasonal trail closures. It shall be unlawful for any person to use by any means the following trails during wildlife sensitive periods, as follows: 28 ' Trail Name Dates Closed Anaerobic Nightmare Trail April 25th to June 20th Government Trail east of Elk Camp Work Road May 15th to June 20th Rim Trail northeast of Sinclair Road October 30th to June 20th Sequel Trail April 25th to June 20th Tom Blake Trail April 25th to June 20th Violation of the provisions of this Section shall be punishable by a fine of fifty dollars ($50.00). Payment of the fine within ten (10) days of the date of the citation shall avoid the necessity of appearing in Municipal Court, however a Municipal Court appearance is required for a second or greater offense. 2. Severability. 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. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on January 15, 2001 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member and upon a vote of in favor and _ against. m READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on February 5, 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 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: January 15, 2001 Agenda Item: Resolution No. 07, Series of 2001, a resolution approving a Subdivision Exemption for Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, permitting the condominiumization of the existing duplex. Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: Kenneth H. Roberts and K. Brent Waldron ("Owners"), being the owner's of Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, have requested Subdivision Exemption approval (Section 16A-5-500) in order to condominiumize the existing duplex into two (2) units. They will be represented by their attorney, Paul Taddune. 1. Manager's Quarters. This matter primarily concerns a "Manager's Quarters" ("Quarters") that is principally located within the basement of the easterly duplex unit and which has been rented as an employee unit for a number of years. The application was first considered by the Town Council on August 21, 2000 and involved a request to condominiumize the Quarters as a third unit within the structure. The Owners amended their application on January 8, 2001 and now wish to condominiumize the duplex into two (2) units while retaining the manager's quarters as an employee housing rental unit within a portion of the easterly duplex unit. The enclosed resolution requires that the Quarters be registered as a pre- existing Accessory Caretaker Unit (ACU)or that the kitchen be removed and that portion of the easterly duplex unit no longer be rented as a separate dwelling unit. 2. Application Contents. The condominiumization of an existing duplex into two (2) units is fairly straight forward and simple to accomplish. This application became complicated when it involved the creation of a third unit within a DU Duplex zoned property. The Owners did not want to go to the expense of preparing an Improvement Survey or Condominium Map until the fundamental issue of whether the Quarters could be sold as a separate unit was resolved. Staff has included conditions within the resolution calling for administrative review of the required material and will return to the Town Council for direction if any issues arise. 3. Conditions Precedent. The subdivision exemption does not take effect until the Quarters are registered as an ACU or it's kitchen removed (Condition 2 of Resolution). The Owners will need to submit"As-Built" drawings and a private building . qj ' O H.lusedCCONRADICeomadWS Wont D=Tot 1,Ridge Run RTC 01-07 SubdEKmpt Lot?RRI TCMemo0l.doc inspection report for the Quarters and receive final Town Council for the unit to be accepted as an ACU. The condominium documents must be recorded by August 1 (Condition 8). General Info: 0 Address: 19 North Ridge Lane • Staff was directed at the August 21 TC meeting to return with an ordinance amending the Land Use Code in a manner that would allow caretaker units within two-family residences in those cases where they were created prior to incorporation of the Town. Ordinance No. 19, Series of 2000, was adopted on November 20, 2000. • Subdivision Exemption requests are not referred to the Planning Commission (PC). The facts of this application were, however, discussed during their review of Ordinance No. 19. They recommended against condominiumizing duplexes into three (3) units. The application has been amended to two (2) units and specific PC comments are not required. Council Options: 1. Adopt the enclosed resolution as written. 2. Postpone action until the application to register the ACU is submitted for review and approval. 3. Approve the enclosed resolution with additional or modified conditions. 4. Deny the application. Staff To delay taking action on the subdivision exemption request until Recommendation: the ACU application is submitted may cause the elimination of the employee rental unit. Staff recommends approval of the enclosed resolution. Town Council may wish to modify the "Conditions Precedent" discussed above. Pluser Cconred/cconred Word Doc Lot 1 RRI Ol u ommpt Lot 1 RRJ Temennool ....W r HAuseC00NRAMoconradWS Word Docsllot 1,Ridge Run hTC 01-07 SubdExmpt Lott RRI TCMemo0l.doc January 12, 2001 Via Email and Facsimile Chris Conrad, Planning Director Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 510 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Condominiumization of Lot 1, Ridge Run I Dear Chris: I am writing in follow-up of our telephone conversation of December 6, 2000, wherein I informed you that the owners of Lot 1, Ridge Run 1 have of decided to amend their application to condominiumize the existing structure into two duplex units, appending the present manager's quarters to the east unit. I believe that this solution was suggested during our conversations with the Town Council. As you know, I believe that Section 38-33-3-106, C.R.S. clearly allows my clients to condominiumize all three units. This section, a copy of which is attached, provides that no zoning, subdivision or other real estate use, law, ordinance or regulation may prohibit the condominium form of ownership. In addition, condominiumization of all three units would be consistent with Section A-1-30 (C)(1) of the Snowmass Land Use Code, which provides that structures and uses existing on the effective date.of the Land Use and Development Code (September 2, 1998) that do not comply with any of its applicable provisions shall be permitted to continue, subject to the provisions of Section 16A-3-220-Nonconformaties. Town records reflect that a building permit for construction of the structure was submitted on August 11, 1969, approximately one and one half years after the Ridge Run Unit 1 plat was recorded. A building permit for plumbing fixtures was issued on June 9, 1970, and reflects the County's knowledge of a separate manager's quarters. An additional permit was issued on July 21, 1970. Correspondence dated Chris Conrad, Planning Director January 12, 2001 Page 2 October 28, 1971, from then County building inspector, Hal Clark, again reflects the County's knowledge of the manager's quarters. The owner at the time also wrote to the County acknowledging the property had two duplex units as well as the manager's quarters, all of which had been approved by the Snowmass Architectural Review Committee and the Pitkin County Building Inspector. Correspondence dated January 20, 1972 from the Pitkin County building department also reflects that the construction of the duplex and manager's quarters proceeded with the acquiescence of the Pitkin County building department. In addition, the Town acknowledged the manager's quarters in Resolution 1, Series of 1989, recorded in Book 585 at Page 173. This history reflects the long time existence of the unit. Again, the owners now intend to continue the current circumstances, but condominiumize only the two duplex units. The manager's quarters would remain and be included as part of the east unit. This matter is scheduled for further attention by the Town Council on January 15, 2001. Please advise me as to what action, if any, is required to process this amendment. Very truly yours, PAUL J. TADDUNE, P.C. Paul J. Taddune PJT:kc Enclosures pc: Kenn Roberts Brent Waldron I %MINIUINX\'hmj,)r—iolmmoi Yil-%0LN 11 E2%",nru4L12 7 WwpA TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 07 SERIES OF 2001 [Previously Resolution No.29, Series of 2000] A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION FOR LOT 1, RIDGE RUN UNIT I, PERMITTING THE CONDOMINIUMIZATION OF THE EXISTING DUPLEX. WHEREAS, Kenneth H. Roberts and K. Brent Waldron ("Owners"), being the owner's of Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, according to the plat recorded December 1, 1967 in Plat Book 3 at Page 282 of the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder, had originally requested Subdivision Exemption approval in order to condominiumize the existing duplex and manager's quarters as three(3)separate units; and WHEREAS, the Owners amended their application on January 8,2001 and now wish to condominiumize the duplex into two (2) units while retaining the manager's quarters as an employee housing rental unit within a portion of the easterly duplex unit; and WHEREAS, a building permit was issued by Pitkin County on August 11, 1969 permitting the construction of a duplex within the subject lot; and WHEREAS, correspondence within the Town Community Development Department building permit file would indicate that the Pitkin County Building Inspector had knowledge that a "manager's quarters"existed within the duplex as of November 1, 1971; and WHEREAS, Planning Commission Resolution No. 1, Series of 1989,which granted a setback variance allowing portions of the existing structure extending outside the building envelope to remain, identifies the manager's quarters as existing at that time; and WHEREAS, the Owners believe that the manager's quarters qualifies as a legal non-conforming use within the structure; and WHEREAS, said unit has been rented by the Owners as an employee unit during the period in which they have owned the property; and WHEREAS, the current tenant works within the community and has lived in the unit for more than ten (10) years; and OW 4S TC Reso 01-07 Page 2 WHEREAS, the Owners agree to make application to register and operate the manager's quarters as an accessory caretaker unit("ACU")in accordance with Section 16A-3-230(1) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code"); and WHEREAS, with approval of the ACU pursuant to Section 16A-3-230(1)(f) of the Municipal Code, the current and future owner(s) of the easterly duplex unit may continue to rent the ACU or remove the kitchen and incorporate it as living space within the duplex unit; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has reviewed the application and heard the recommendation of the Town Staff. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Findings. Based upon the information submitted and testimony in the record, the Town Council finds as follows: 1. That the application was submitted in accordance with Section 16A- 5-520 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code"). An Improvement Survey and Exemption Plat were not submitted and will be required as specified within the Section Three below. 2. Sufficient evidence has been provided to demonstrate that the "manager's unit'existed at the time the Town was incorporated and that the unit has been used and rented as employee housing during the period in which the Owners have owned the lot. The Town Council will, therefore, now find that the managers unit can be accepted for use as an ACU but only if in a manner consistent with Section 16A-3-230(1) of the Municipal Code. 3. That the request is consistent with the Review Standards for granting a subdivision exemption as contained in Section 16A-5-530 of the Municipal Code. Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby grants subdivision exemption approval for Lot 1, Ridge Run Unit I, permitting the condominiumization of the existing duplex into two (2) separate units Said approval is subject to satisfying X4600 TC Reso 01-07 Page 3 the conditions specified within in Section Two below being satisfied. Further, the approval granted pursuant to this resolution shall not take effect until such time as Condition 2 below is satisfied. Section Two: Conditions of Approval. This approval is subject to the Owners satisfying the following conditions: 1. The Owners have agreed to make application for the Manager's Quarters to be approved as a pre-existing ACU pursuant to the provisions of Section 16A-3-230(1)(f) of the Municipal Code. The ACU will be as generally depicted within Exhibit A. 2. Said application shall be made and the ACU unit, if approved, shall be registered in accordance with Section 16A-3-230(3), Accessory unit completion and registration, of the Municipal Code. If application is not made or approved, the kitchen within the area depicted within Exhibit A shall be removed and the area may no longer be rented as a separate dwelling unit. 3. An Improvement Survey and Exemption Plat, being the condominium map(s), and condominium documents shall be submitted to the Community Development Department for review by the Planning Director and Town Attorney. The limited common elements shall be clearly defined to allocate adequate on-site parking to each unit as required by Section 16A-4-310(b) of the Municipal Code. 4. The maximum allowed floor area limit for the lot is 4,500 square feet. The condominium declarations shall specify how this floor area is to be apportioned between the two (2) units. 5. The applicant shall complete all actions or matters which in the opinion of the Planning Director and Town Attorney are necessary to satisfy or dispense with requirements of this resolution and the Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code before the subject condominium map(s) may be placed of record. 6. Should problems arise that cannot properly be resolved at the administrative level,they will be presented to Town Council for direction. 7. Two (2) mylar sets of the condominium map shall be provided to the Town for review and approval as to technical and substantive am L / %* TC Reso 01-07 Page 4 completion by the Town Attorney and Planning Director. One (1)set will be retained by the Community Development Department and the other shall then be recorded, at applicant's expense, with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. Recording information for the condominium documents and map shall be provided to the department after they have been recorded. A copy of the recorded condominium map, reduced to 8 '/2" X 11" in size, shall be provided to the Community Development Department for attachment as Exhibit B of this resolution. B. The condominium map and documents shall be recorded in accordance with the terms and conditions of this resolution on or before August 1, 2001; otherwise,this resolution shall be null and void and of no effect as of that date unless further extended for good cause by the Town Council. Section Five: Direction to Town Clerk. Following recording of the condominium map and condominium documents, the Planning Director shall provide a reduced copy of the map to the Town Clerk who shall then attach said map(s)as Exhibit"B" of this resolution. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, on the motion of Council Member and the second of Council Member , by a vote of_ in favor and against, on the 15th day of January, 2001. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk K/Shared/Clerk/Ord.TC/01-07 SubdExmpt Lot 1,RRI _ 4WD EXHIBIT "A" Resolution No. 07, Series of 2001 (Page 1 of 2) Dear Chris, Here are my measurements for the square footage of 19 Northridge Lane Unit 3. I have included the Storage area in the total but I am not sure if it is considered living space. It has bare walls, insulation, pipes all over, and no windows. I use it for storage and a workbench. Here is the breakdown. Kitchen. 14x14 196 square feet. Living room 14x14 196 square feet. Boy's room. 14x10140 square feet. Master bedroom. 10.5x15 157.5 square feet. Bath room. 7x5 35 square feet. Hallway. 16x4 80 square feet. Old sauna room converted to computer area attached to master bedroom. 12x8.5 102 square feet. Storage area. 14xI2 168 square feet. This gives us a total of 1074.5 if my math is correct. Hope this helps.. .And thanks for all your hard work on this project. Rocky Huber and Family. w� • EXHIBIT "A" Resolution No. 09, Series of 2001 (Page 2 of 2) o E�th I S�J 00 o{Q I ; i ' '7 i CIoSa.� usej -Cor clesAk. 50 - MEETING DATE: January 15, 2000 PRESENTED BY: Arnie Mordkin SUBJECT: Chapter 2, Article V, TOSV Municipal Code - Code of Ethics CORE ISSUES: There are three ethical questions with reference to proper ethical behavior before a Town Board, Commission, Council or Authority. They are: 1. Should a TOSV Councilperson be permitted, without prior approval of the TOSV Council, to loby, either directly or indirectly, orally or in writing, any TOSV Board, Commission, Council or Authority, for or against any matter then pending before said Board, Commission, Council or Authority? 2. Should a member of any TOSV Board, Commission, Council or Authority have to recuse himself or herself, if that member's parent, grandparent, spouse, sibling, child or grandchild should testify before the Board, Commission, Council or Authority or present a position for or against any matter then pending before said Board, Commission, Council or Authority? 3. Should any member of any TOSV Board, Commission, Council or Authority be permitted to testify before or present a position for or against any matter then pending before any other TOSV Board, Commission, Council or Authority? DISCUSSION: 1. Sec. 2-92, TOSV Muni. Code recognizes that "proper democratic government requires that officials and employees be independent, impartial and fiduciaries of the public trust". The code, in recognition of this need for independence and impartiality of subservient boards, prohibits a councilperson, among others, from appearing on behalf of an interest before any such board, without the prior approval of the Council. It would seem clear that the offensive conduct which is to be avoided is the actual or apparent persuasive power which a councilperson would have over member of a board who the councilperson was instrumental in appointing, and whose continued membership on the board is at the pleasure of the Council. It would further seem clear that a councilperson would recognize that the same wrong exists if he was to appear before any board, either in person or by letter or other representative means, and espouse a position for or against any matter then pending before that board. Although the latter position would seem to logically follow from commonsense, some people would not recognize an ethical problem if it bit them in the lower rear 1/3 of their anatomy. (See, for example, copy of letter from Jack Hartfield, attached.) Recommendation: The Council adopt an ordinance adding a section to article V of the TOSV Municipal Code substantially providing "No then seated Town C ouncilperson may appear at or before any Town Board Commission Council or Authority either in person by written means. or in any other manner, for the purpose of espousing a position for or against any matter then pending before said Board Commission Council or Authority without the prior approval of the Town Council expressly set forth in a resolution. 2. Although one's spouse or other closely related person, does not have the power of appointment or continued service over a member of one of our boards, if such member's spouse appears before a board to espouse a position for or against a matter then pending, it requires a tremendous leap of faith to believe that such comment would not have greater weight with the board member than would a similar comment made by one not so related. If nothing else, it presents the appearance of the exercise of undue influence. (See attached letter from Bill Boineau.) Recommendation: The Council adopt an ordinance adding a section to Article V of the TOSV Municipal Code substantially providing "Should a parent, grandparent, spouse. sibling, child or grandchild of a member of any Town Board. Commission. Council or Authority, appear before said Board. Council. Commission or Authority, either in person, by written means, or in any other manner, for the purpose of espousing a position for or against any matter then pending before said Board. Commission. Council or Authority. the member whose above stated relation so avRears shall recuse himself or herself from further consideration of said matter." 3. The question of whether or not a member of one of our boards ought to be able to appear before another of our boards to espouse a position concerning.a then pending matter is a lot more gray. On one side it could be argued that since a member of one board has no control or power over a member of another board, there is no need to proscribe this activity. Another position could easily be argued that a member of one board might carry greater weight with a member of another board than would the average citizen, and therefore, to avoid any hint of impropriety, such conduct would best be prohibited. Recommendation: None. JAN - 4 2001 U�. . �y l� cola, C a A mpi tj 0 „r- ' _S3 , r . L.' Bill Boineau H PO Box 5888 JAN Snowmass Village, CO 81615 970-923-4029 Town of Snowmass Village Liquor Board PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 January 5,2001 To theBoard; To start, I'm sorry I'm not able to be at today's meeting in person but I'm basking in a sea of 110,000 people in Las Vegas at a convention. I am concerned with the proposed establishment of a Sod Retail Liquor License in Snowmass Village, a 2"d within the mall. My concern arises for a couple of reasons. 1) —Alcohol is a controlled drug that I don't believe we need to allow on every corner. I have heard from some people that we don't regulate T- shirt shops so why should we regulate Retail Liquor stores. I think maybe we should have a limited number of T-shirt stores. In the years that I have been a bartender on the mall I would ask people how many times would they come to the mall on their vacation to shop or browse and their comments would be "We used to visit the mall area more often in the past when there were a more variety of stores, now there seems to be only T-shirt shops. Once I've been through them I don't need to see another one." Is this what the future of the mall will be? T-shirt shops and Retail Liquor shops? 2) - We already have a liquor store within what seems to be a 100 yards of the proposed shop. Why do we need a 2"" one. As a number of people I've talked with over the past few weeks regarding this issue have had the feeling that"We have supported Dick for over 20 years in his couple of location on the mall, why do we need another one on the mall?" Thanks for your work today. BileCc Ke y + t + SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION SUMMARY 01-08-01 COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Douglas Mercatoris and Jack Hatfield COUNCIL MEMBER APOINTEE: Bob Purvis COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester,Richard Virtue and Arnold Mordkin STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Bernadette Barthenlenghi, Landscape Architect; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Brenna Totty, Secretary; Donna J. Garcia, Secretary/Records Clerk; PUBLIC PRESENT: Peter Loren, Ben Dodge, Madeleine Osberger, Jim Heywood, Russ Caldwell, Mark Stout, Collin Laird, and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. The Work Session began at 2:20 p.m. Nordic Council Update Peter Loren, representing the Nordic Council,provided information regarding the history and mission of the Nordic Council. He explained that they would like to have a separate trail for people to walk their dogs. Ben Dodge provided an outline of the Nordic Council's budget. He stated that approximately$9,000 annually is derived through funding raising events. Dodge explained that other organizations such as the Forest Service have become involved. Loren reported that the Nordic Council offers several free activities to expose members of the public to cross-country skiing, who have had no previous experience. Healthy Mountain Communities(HMC) Mercatoris extended an apology to Collin Laird who was present to provide information to Council regarding Healthy Mountain Communities (HMC) and invited him to return to a Council Work Session in the near future. He explained that a Council quorum was not present at this time and requested a 5-minute break. , !M w 01-08-01 ws Page 2 The Work Session resumed at 2:55 p.m. Mercatoris resumed the Work Session and announced that the Work Session Agenda items would not be discussed due to lack of a quorum. With respect to those present he invited public discussions of their choice. Parcel "N"Financing Russ Caldwell of Kirkpatrick Pettis,was present to discuss Parcel "N" financing and explained that he could return on January 22, 2001 to present the information to Council. Parcel "N" Employee Housing Election Jim Heywood, a Snowmass Village resident, presented a letter to Council, which briefly stated his ideas to sell the Rodeo property and use those funds to build employee housing that would be more affordable for employees. Hatfield commented that he was disappointed to receive the letter so close to Election time and requested that Heywood reconsider lobbying against the Parcel "N" project. Mercatoris recommended that everyone vote in favor of the Parcel "N" Employee Housing project at the January 16, 2001 Special Election. Kaye Gaunt The Town Manager announced the passing of a valued and long-time employee of the Town of Snowmass Village, Kaye Gaunt. He explained that funeral arrangements would be announced as soon as the Town is informed. There being no further issues for discussion, Mercatoris stated that the items listed on the Agenda for today would be scheduled for a Work Session in the near future. The Work Session ended at 3:14 p.m. Submitted By: Donna J. Garcia, Secretary/Records Clerk SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 12-18-2000 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, December 18, 2000 at 3:40 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Douglas Mercatoris, Jack Hatfield, Richard Virtue, Arnold Mordkin Council Apointee Bob Purvis. COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Robert Voigt, Senior Planner; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Rhonda Coxon, Deputy Town Clerk; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Bill Kane, Cindy Kimbrill, Jim Heywood, Madeleine Osberger, Don Schuster, Sherri Sanzone, William Getz, Doug Graybeal, Marilyn Getz, Gerd VanMoosel, David Bellack and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Cindy Kimbrell, owner of a two-bedroom Mountain View Employee Housing Unit, requested that Council waive the financial limitations set in the Employee Housing Guidelines, to allow her to apply for a one-bedroom unit. She explained that her son is in college and she no longer requires a two-bedroom unit. She stated that her income exceeds the maximum required to apply for a one- bedroom unit. Mercatoris made a motion to waive the income requirement for Kimbrell for this unique application only, to allow her to qualify financially for application to downsize as an in-complex owner, for the one-bedroom unit. am�*",> go* 12-18-00tc Page 2 Virtue seconded the motion. Mercatoris requested Council Work Session time be scheduled to discuss the Guidelines regarding downsizing for in-complex Employee Housing owners. Upon the advice of the Town Attorney, Mercatoris and Virtue withdrew the motion and second and Council directed staff to waive the financial guidelines specific to the request made by Kimbrell. Council also determined that future similar issues of this nature would be handled administratively by the Town Manager. Item No. 3: GUEST— JIM HEYWOOD - PARCEL "N" BALLOT LANGUAGE Referring to a letter received by Council from Jim Heywood, Manchester explained Heywood's concern that the ballot language does not include the project dollar amount. The Housing Manager stated that the project cost would be approximately $6M. The Town Attorney explained that Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000, approved by the voters at the November 7, 2000 Regular Election, requires voter authorization for a project, not authorization for debt, and does not require that the ballot language disclose the project cost or the financial source. He further explained that to include the approximate amount in the ballot question would cause conflict with Bond Counsel. He further explained that to change the ballot language at this time would delay the Special Election now set for January 16, 2001. After further discussion, Council directed staff to advertise the dollar amount of the project as well as the source and disseminate the information to the public by the use of flyers, boxholders and newspaper sources since the ballots have already been ordered for the upcoming Election. Council agreed that to change the ballot language would cause a delay of the Special Election and the project. In response to an inquiry made by Hatfield, Mr. Heywood agreed to the plan as outlined above and affirmed that he spoke as a representative of the Initiative Committee. Mayor Manchester requested Work Session time be scheduled to discuss future ballot question language which would be subject to the requirements of Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000. Item No. 4: CITIZENS OF THE YEAR - WILLIAM AND MARILYN GETZ Mercatoris introduced William and Marilyn Getz. He stated that Mr. and Mrs. Getz responded to the financial needs necessary to organize live summer music concerts in Snowmass Village, instigated by Terry Long ten years ago. Mayor Manchester presented Mr. and Mrs. Getz with a framed copy of Resolution No. 40, Series of 2000 and a plaque. The Resolution, approved by Council in October 2000, as well as the plaque, stated the Town's appreciation and recognized William and Marilyn Getz as Citizens of the Year for 2000 for their -5800 12-18-00tc Page 3 continuous support and energy in fostering cultural arts and music in Snowmass Village. NOTE: Mayor Manchester stated that Item No. 5 would be heard at the end of the Agenda. 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 (Continued from 12-04-2000) Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 4:29 p.m. The Planning Director referred to a letter from the applicant stating their desire to withdraw the application. There being no comment from the public, Mayor Manchester closed the Public Hearing at 4:30 p.m. Mercatoris stated that he felt this activity would have provided a much-needed amenity for the Town. He offered to telephone the Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) and communicate Council's desire and appreciation for ASC's effort to address improvements to the local guest experience. Council majority requested that a letter be mailed to the ASC stating Council's appreciation for their effort to provide additional amenities in Snowmass Village. Item No. 7: 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) Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 4:36 p.m. Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom, provided an outline of items discussed at prior Council Meetings, which included compliance with the Comprehensive Plan and Buildout Analysis Chart, parking demands, vehicular access, secondary emergency access, street name change, improvements to the golf course, improvements to Brush Creek, Town future ownership of the softball field, pedestrian circulation, trails, nordic N"J 00 12-18-00tc Page 4 issues, architecture and exterior lighting, landscaping, employee housing requirements and community purpose applicability. Don Schuster explained the vehicular access concept. In response to an inquiry made by Hatfield, Sherri Sanzone explained that the parking lot entryway change would not reduce the number of parking spaces and would allow for emergency vehicle access. Doug Graybeal of Cottle, Graybeal and Yaw, provided a description of the tennis structure, golf clubhouse and outbuilding design and proposed exterior materials. In response to an inquiry made by Mercatoris, Schuster explained that the intent is to carry out the exterior material theme for Phase II as used on Phase I buildings. Mordkin and Hatfield requested exterior design changes to the tennis building in an effort to eliminate the elongated effect. Schuster outlined the requirements for a tennis structure. Mercatoris requested a description of Section I and Section II of the design drawings. Schuster explained that the Sections were two different views of the tennis building. Manchester requested that the applicant review the tennis building site to determine the most appealing orientation for the building. He also requested that the applicant consider a lower building profile near the road and the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. Schuster explained that the Clubhouse contains changing rooms, retail space, restrooms, an office and seating area. Council discussed the narrow walkway that leads to the tennis facility, located next to Clubhouse Drive as well as repositioning of the building. Sherri Sanzone provided an overview of the Landscape Plan and Lighting Design. Mordkin and Manchester expressed the public's concern regarding nighttime lighting and requested a thorough review of the Lighting Plan. Bill Kane explained that the applicant would utilize the expertise of the Consulting Engineer for Rocky Mountain Institute. Bob Purvis reported concerns from the public regarding the nighttime lighting and advised that the applicant meet with the Public Works Director to review the Lighting Plan used at the Operations Facility. Hatfield suggested the applicant review and improve the Lighting Plan used at the affordable housing project. Mercatoris requested that Council provide feedback and clear direction to the applicant. Council discussed the Agenda for this Meeting in relation to further discussions of the issue at hand. Hatfield requested that staff identify changes in future drafts of the Resolution. He also requested that staff provide recommendations rather than providing options. Council reviewed the draft Resolution and discussed the applicant's request to rezone Parcel 3. Bill Kane provided the history of Parcel 3 and requested that the Parcel be developed under the same zoning as Parcel 4, which he feels would be in compliance with the Comprehensive Plan Buildout Chart. Jim Wahlstrom explained that the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map 00 12-18-00tc Page 5 designates Parcel 3 for Multifamily development. Hatfield stated his opposition to re-zoning Parcel 3 as well as to the Agreement made between the ASC and the neighboring Homeowners. Schuster and Kane referred to previous direction from Council that ASC settle issues with the neighboring homeowners and return to Council with the results. Hatfield stated his opposition to the height of the buildings proposed for construction on Parcel 3 and offered a suggestion to change the design plan. Manchester clarified that the Land Use Code requires that Council consider the application and determine if a major PUD amendment is appropriate according to criteria outlined in the Municipal Code. He expanded on the Code criteria in relation to this proposed project and provided an outline of community benefits derived from both Phase I and Phase II of this project, which he requested Council weigh against the request for a PUD amendment. Conrad described the building height variation as addressed in the Resolution. Manchester stated his concern regarding public access to the golf course and requested that the applicant consider providing a means to allow non-members to golf at a reduced rate. Hatfield noted that it is important that the public be aware of the definitions for "Community Benefit" and "Community Purpose". Council discussed employee housing credits related to this development. Schuster explained that the applicant believes no employee housing mitigation is necessary since the number of employees has decreased since the existence of the original Snowmass Lodge and Club, which was developed under the restrictions of the Code in effect at that time. He explained that the Code has been amended since the original application approval. Conrad reported that staff is investigating the history of employee housing credits related to the Snowmass Club. After further discussion, Council requested staff investigate the matter and provide the information at a future meeting. Mercatoris stated that he would be willing to work with the applicant on this issue. Schuster provided a list containing items proposed to meet the "community purpose" as required in the Municipal Code. Hatfield stated that Council should make their determinations according to the current version of the Code. Bellack requested clarification on direction from Council. Kane requested that the employee housing issue be resolved during Sketch Plan Review of this application. Council requested that staff work with the applicant to revise the Resolution for further discussion at the next Meeting. There being no further comments, at 6:21 p.m. Mayor Manchester stated that this Public Hearing would be continued to the January 2, 2001 Regular Town Council Meeting scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. Item No. 8: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING— ORDINANCE NO. 28, SERIES OF 2000 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF V 12-18-00tc Page 6 INITIATIVE ORDINANCE NOA, SERIES OF 2000 AND ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES THEREUNDER The Town Attorney stated that no Public Hearing is required for this Ordinance, although this Public Hearing is being provided to allow for public comment. Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 6:22 p.m. There being no comments from the public, Manchester closed the Public Hearing at 6:23 p.m. Virtue made a motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No. 28, Series of 2000, seconded by Mercatoris. Council discussed the need to table Second Reading of this Ordinance due to the discussion previously held under Item No. 3 on today's Agenda. Manchester explained the need for counsel to determine if ballot questions subject to Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000, require that a dollar amount be included in the ballot language. Purvis stated that further discussion regarding the language would be appropriate. After further discussion, Mercatoris made a motion to table Second Reading to the January 2, 2001 Regular Town Council Meeting. Virtue seconded the motion. The motion to table was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Town Attorney explained that unless challenged, this Ordinance would provide an outline for implementing the Initiative Ordinance. He further explained that a conservative method would be to include the amount of funds and funding sources in future ballot questions and suggested other inclusions. Council further discussed the issue of a potential cost overrun if the ballot contains a project amount. After further discussion Council requested that future ballot questions include language that is descriptive, although not binding, related to the projected cost of the project and include any resulting tax increases. The Town Attorney will redraft the Ordinance language for review by the Initiative Committee before returning to Council for Second Reading consideration. Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 51, SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR BUDGETED CONTRACTS TO CULTURAL ARTS AND RECREATION ORGANIZATIONS Mercatoris made a motion to approve Resolution No. 51, Series of 2000, seconded by Virtue. Mordkin stated that he felt it inappropriate that he vote on this issue since he was not on Council during Council's discussion and determination of the grants applications. He also stated his opposition to the use of Town's tax dollars for this purpose. Manchester explained the requirements of grant applicants and the process for determining grant amounts for the various applicants. After further discussion, the motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mordkin abstained. _(&go 12-18-00tc Page 7 Item No. 10: RESOLUTION NO. 52, SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR BUDGETED CONTRACTS TO CHARITABLE AND SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS Mercatoris made a motion to approve Resolution No. 52, Series of 2000, seconded by Virtue. Mordkin stated that he felt it inappropriate that he vote on this issue since he was not a Council Member during Council's discussion and determination of the grants applications. There being no further discussion, the Resolution was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mordkin abstained. Item No. 11: MANAGER'S REPORT North West Council of Governments/Healthy Mountain Communities The Town Manager reported that at Council's direction, the Assistant to the Town Manager has provided a report regarding costs and benefits for membership with North West Council of Governments (NWCOG). After investigation, he recommended that Council join the organization and make a determination regarding membership at the end of one year. Mayor Manchester reported that he met with Collin Laird of Healthy Mountain Communities (HMC), who informed Manchester that HMC has lost its State funding and requested funding assistance from the Town to sustain the organization. Since the two entities provide similar services, Manchester requested that Council discuss the benefits of both organizations at the January 2, 2001 Regular Town Council Meeting. Manchester also requested that Laird be invited to the January 2, 2001 Meeting. Council also requested additional information regarding water quality benefits provided by NWCOG. "GO Colorado" Grant Based on a report provided by the Town Manager, Council directed the staff to apply for a "Go Colorado" (GOCO) grant to be utilized by the Town toward purchase of the Rodeo property. Budget Presentation Award Mayor Manchester reported that the Town has been awarded the distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association. He stated that this award speaks highly to the quality document produced by the Town's Finance Department. Council congratulated the Finance Department and requested that they be rewarded with lunch at a restaurant in Snowmass Village. Media Relations Plan Council agreed to meet informally with the public and staff of the r6s ago 12-18-00tc Page 8 Snowmass Village Sun at noon on the third Wednesday of January, 2001. Community News Paae Council agreed for Town staff to publish community news on a monthly basis in the Snowmass Village Sun. The newspaper editor has agreed to provide the space for the news with final editing approval. The information will be included in the Wednesday edition following the last Council Meeting of the month. Council Parking/Parking Lot 7 In response to a previous Council request to investigate reserved parking spaces in Parking Lot No. 7 for Town officials, the Town Manager stated that the Chief of Police recommended against the request. A report from the Chief of Police informed Council that all parking spaces in Parking Lot No. 7 have been "sold" for $500 each, and reserving spaces for public officials would displace current users and be hard to justify based on need. Item No. 12: APPROVAL OF WORK SESSION SUMMARIES OF 12-04- 00 AND 12-11-00 AND MEETING MINUTES OF 12-04-00 AND 12-11-00 NOTE: The Work Session Summary for 12-11-00 and Meeting Minutes of 12-04-00 were not included in this Meeting packet for Council approval. The Town Clerk identified the Agenda error after the Agenda and Packet had been distributed. Mordkin made a motion to approve the Work Session Summary of 12-04-2000 and Meeting Minutes of 12-11-2000, seconded by Virtue. There being no corrections or additions, the documents were approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No. 13: DISCUSSION/ACTION COUNCIL COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS Manchester reported that he has been selected as Chairman of the Rural Transportation Authority (RTA) Board of Directors. Council expressed unanimous approval. He explained the process of the RTA Board and representation from Valley entities involved in the RTA. Mercatoris agreed to serve as Alternate representative. Purvis agreed to serve as Council representative on the Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA) Marketing Committee. Mordkin will serve as Council representative to the SVRA Events Committee. WMIN 600 12-18-00tc Page 9 NOTE: Item Nos. 5 and 14 were discussed as one item. Item No. 5: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS AND Item No. 14: DISCUSSION CALENDARS/STATUS REPORT Reudi Water and Power Hatfield reported that the Reudi Water and Power Authority is involved in a study to measure public responses regarding use of the Frying Pan River, in order to develop an economic and recreation analysis. Also, the Board has agreed to divide the annual budget by the number of members in order to gain financial assistance from the members for future operations. Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) Hatfield requested an Agenda item at the next Elected Officials Transportation Committee Meeting (EOTC) regarding continued funding and review of Environmental Impact Studies. Rodeo Parcel Purchase Mercatoris requested that staff draft a letter from Council to the owner's of the Rodeo parcel, offering $3.5M for the land, an amount approved by the voters at the November 7, 2000 Snowmass Village Regular Election. Mordkin explained that he has been chosen as Council representative to meet with the owners and begin negotiations. The Town Attorney explained that a letter was drafted to the owners, and is being withheld until after Mordkin meets with the property owners. Seven Star Triangle/Entryway In response to a request made by Mercatoris, Mayor Manchester reported that negotiations have began with the owners of the Seven Star Triangle land in order to move forward with the Entryway re-design. The Town Attorney reported that an appraisal of the property would be available by the end of January, 2001. RFRHA Representative In response to an inquiry from Hatfield, Council confirmed that Hunt Walker, Public Works Director will act as Council's representative on the Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority (RFRHA) Board. RTA Staff Representative Manchester requested that a staff member be assigned to attend all RTA Meetings for the purpose of continuity. am (4 s 12-18-00tc Page 10 RTA Alternate Representative Bob Purvis volunteered to attend RTA Meetings whenever Mercatoris is unavailable. Calendar Manchester requested that dates be identified and staff provide public notice of upcoming Council attendances at a Community Retreat with SVRA and ASC to discuss a strategic Community Plan, at ASC presentation meetings, and for scheduled tours of resort areas in Colorado and Utah. Town Information Manchester requested a meeting with the Town Manager to begin a process for developing a Town Hall information page in the Snowmass Village Sun. Community Advisory Committee Representative Manchester requested that staff develop a letter to Pat O'Donnell of the ASC requesting that Manchester be replaced by Council Member Virtue as Council representative to the Community Advisory Committee. Item No. 15: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Hatfield made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Mercatoris. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk --(0`~ SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES JANUARY 2, 2001 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Tuesday, January 2, 2001 at 4:36 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Douglas Mercatoris, Jack Hatfield, Arnold Mordkin, Richard Virtue Council Member Appointee Bob Purvis COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Rhonda Coxon, Deputy Town Clerk; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Judge William Lippman, John Dresser, Bill Kane, David Bellack, Madeleine Osberger, Don Schuster, Sherri Sanzone and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. 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 The Town Manager explained that the term of office for the Judge has been reduced from two years to one year due to a concern expressed by the Town Attorney regarding the appointment compensation in relation to requirements of the Tabor Amendment. Mordkin made a motion to approve Resolution No. 01, Series of 2001, seconded by Mercatoris. Lippman stated that there has been a 24-percent decline in court activities since 1999. He commended the Police 01-02-01 tc Page 2 Department for their efforts in educating the public and maintaining the peace. After further discussion, Council stated their appreciation to Judge Lippman for 13 years of service. Mayor Manchester called the question and the motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed NOTE: The following item was not included on today's Agenda. Item No. 3a: PARCEL 'N' EMPLOYEE HOUSING Joe Coffey, acting on behalf of the owner, provided estimated costs for the Parcel "N" Employee Housing project and explained recent revisions to the Construction Plan. He explained that additional costs would be included when a financing package is provided by the Finance Officer. He further explained that the site is difficult to develop, requiring slope stabilization and ground drainage, the cost of which is estimated to be approximately $420,000 at this time. Coffey further explained that the Town's purchase of the land occurred in 1999 and stated that the land purchase amount is not included in the construction costs. Project costs include a contingency amount for the owner and for the contractor. Manchester explained that Council requested a Fact Sheet be distributed to the voters prior to the January 16, 2001 Special Election on this topic, and requested that the informational material include an estimated cost for the project and the funding sources to be used. The Town Manager stated that the Town finalized an agreement with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District regarding fees, and the amount presented by Coffey is the discounted fee realized according to that agreement. Manchester requested a more realistic per square-foot cost per unit, for living space. After further discussion, Council requested that this item be further discussed after a financing package has been identified. 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) Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing, stating that this Public Hearing was continued from the December 18, 2000 Council Meeting. Jim Wahlstrom Oak W to 01-02-01 tc Page 3 explained that the Resolution has been revised as directed by Council during the December 18, 2000 discussions. He requested Council direction regarding the applicability of the three recent Land Use Code changes to this application. Wahlstrom stated that the Town received a letter from the applicant explaining the reasons they feel their application should not be subject to recent Land Use Code changes, which were made after the applicant submitted the Sketch Plan application, and explained that the letter also included a list of community benefits proposed by the applicant. Virtue proposed that recent changes to the Land Use Code, although beneficial for future applications, are unfair when applied to this application. Hatfield explained the history of the Code changes and stated the need to apply the current Land Use Code to this application review. The Town Attorney stated that the Sketch Plan process is conceptual and not a site-specific plan, approval of which allows the applicant to proceed to Preliminary Plan review. He further stated that an applicant does not have the right of reliance until approval is received to proceed to Preliminary Plan review, although Council does have the right to change the Code by Ordinance. Wahlstrom requested that Council review the list of proposed benefits and identify those they wish to have included in the Resolution. Council discussed the appropriate process to proceed with the discussions. Bellack identified the difficulty resulting from Code changes. Don Schuster explained the intent of the applicant's letter and requested that the issues outlined in their letter to Council be addressed during the Sketch Plan process. In response to an inquiry made by Virtue, Manchester explained the reasons changes were made to the Code. Council discussed the applicant's request regarding revisions to the Land Use Code in relation to this review. Mercatoris agreed with the community benefits contained in the letter, stated that he felt this application should be reviewed under the new Code and requested that the Phase I employee housing be deed restricted. Schuster stated concerns regarding Code changes to the job generation rate. Bellack stated a concern regarding future Code changes to the employee housing requirements. The Planning Director explained that staff is working with the applicant to investigate and clarify the Snowmass Club Phase I application approval. Manchester agreed that the Code that is in effect at the time of Preliminary Review should be used to review an application, that the newly adopted Unit Equivalency Chart should not apply to this application, the 65-percentage number that triggers community benefit contributions should apply, and that the community benefits outlined in the Resolution plus those outlined in the letter received from the applicant at this meeting, are sufficient to meet the requirements of the Code. Manchester asked if Council agreed with his statements. Hatfield stated that he felt some of the items listed are business-related and are not to be considered community benefits. r01 do 01-02-01 tc Page 4 Mordkin requested a review of the list of community benefits included in the applicant's letter. Manchester read the list and Council discussed the items individually. In response to a request for clarification made by Manchester, Wahlstrom explained that the applicant is providing a new trail easement and identified the location. Mordkin stated the need to clarify all vague statements made in the Resolution. Manchester stated that he agreed to the applicants offer to provide access to the golfing facilities for non-members and at a discounted rate, although requested that the applicant work with Council to determine the fee. Bellack and Schuster explained the basis used to determine the fee. Mordkin stated his concern regarding use of the facility during off-season, at which time Town employees may not be working 30-hours per week as proposed to determine qualification for non-members. Schuster explained the applicant's reasoning when stipulating the 30-hour per week restriction. Mercatoris suggested the use of the language used by the Town for employment guidelines. Hatfield requested that residents be allowed to use the athletic facilities at a reasonable rate. Bellack and Schuster explained that this was discussed during the Snowmass Club Phase I submission, at which time the applicant agreed to allow athletic club memberships to locals and employees until such time as the facilities become over-crowded. In response to an inquiry made by Mordkin, Schuster explained that an athletic club membership is the availability to utilize the athletic club and pool for approximately $600 per year plus $60 per month for a single person. Council further discussed the issue. In response to an inquiry made by Mordkin, Bellack explained that the applicant will provide a location for the structure to house the Nordic Council's equipment and has agreed to include the building design in this application for future construction by the Nordic Council. Manchester questioned the need to construct bus shelters on both sides of Brush Creek Road. Council discussed this issue and determined the shelter to be a Community Benefit. Mercatoris explained that the applicant agreed to donate the ball field land to the Town if the Town decides to relocate Brush Creek Road during the Entryway redesign. If the road is not relocated, the Snowmass Club would lease the ball field to the Town on an annual basis. Purvis suggested the Town have fee-simple ownership of the ball field parcel. Bellack and Schuster They further explained that the intent is to preserve the recreational character of the land. explained that deeding the land to the Town would interfere with future golf course plans. Mordkin and Hatfield stated the need to clarify the intent on all issues related to this development. Council further discussed this item with the applicant for clarification purposes. Manchester requested that a site plan for the baseball diamond be discussed during Preliminary Review. Mordkin requested that the phrase "consider the land", be changed to "convey the land". 7p 00 01-02-01 tc Page 5 Manchester provided the assumptions made during a recent Transportation Meeting related to the expense and other problems of moving Brush Creek Road as a part of the Entryway Project. He informed the applicant that Council may request that the ball field parcel discussions be delayed in order to allow time to design the Entryway Project. In response to a concern stated by Mercatoris, Bellack suggested rather than convey a fee interest a perpetual easement for recreational purposes may be conveyed in accordance with the Colorado Revised Statutes. The group agreed to discuss this issue further during Preliminary Review. Manchester stated that employee housing is mitigation, not a Community Benefit. Council majority agreed that the Community Benefits outlined in the Resolution, plus those included in the letter received from the applicant and identified by Council at this meeting, are sufficient to meet the requirements of the Code. Hatfield stated that he believes some of the items are not Community Benefits, but are a part of the applicant's normal conduct of business. Council Member appointee Bob Purvis agreed with Council majority. In response to an inquiry made by Mercatoris, Schuster and Wahlstrom explained the circumstances whereby the applicant, in a future joint effort with the Town, would restore the stream area from where the stream enters the culvert to the Seven Star Ranch parcel. He explained that Sanzone would meet With staff to develop the design and identify grant funding sources. Purvis recommended that the statement in the Resolution referring to the stream restoration, written "...using RETT funds..." be replaced with the word "coordinating". He explained the change. Purvis clarified that of the ten items listed, Council majority agreed that all but Item No. 7 were considered to be Community Benefits. Manchester stated that the items identified as Community Benefits would be listed in the Resolution. Manchester explained issues surrounding the Employee Housing mitigation in relation to this application and the changes which have occurred in the Land Use Code since Phase I approval of the Snowmass Club. He stated his desire to have new Employee Housing generated with this application. Mordkin asked if Employee Housing mitigation would have been required if Phase I and Phase II would have been submitted as one application under the current Code requirements. Wahlstrom and Schuster established that under those conditions no Employee Housing mitigation would have been required. Hatfield stated that previously, mitigated Employee Housing was deeded to the Town. In response to an inquiry from Mordkin, Schuster and Kane stated that there is a need for Employee Housing during the off-season. Hatfield stated the need to follow the current Land Use Code. V WO 01-02-01 tc Page 6 Schuster and Mercatoris explained that Employee Housing square footage constructed during Phase I exceeded the amount required to meet the Community Benefit requirement, and proposed that Council may consider the additional square footage amount as mitigation for Phase II. Council further discussed this issue. Manchester questioned if applicant-owned Employee Housing is indeed considered Employee Housing mitigation. In response to a clarification requested by Mercatoris, Bellack stated that the applicant would rather not be obligated to construct Employee Housing. The Town Attorney provided clarification of the Code language relating to this issue. Mayor Manchester stepped away from the Council table. Mercatoris explained that reallocation of existing housing does not meet the need for additional employee housing. Kane stated his concern that when employee housing mitigation for the future Base Village development is determined, the requirement on the applicant may become unattainable. He also questioned the need for that amount of Employee Housing and offered the Town first right of refusal for use of the existing employee housing constructed in Phase I, if the applicant cannot fill all the units. Bellack informed Council that Phase I Employee Housing reached 95-percent capacity within the past week. Virtue stated his desire to develop an agreement with the applicant during Preliminary Review, allowing first right of refusal to the Town on the existing Phase I seasonal Employee Housing, as proposed by the applicant to meet mitigation requirements of Phase II. Purvis stated that he would like to see new Employee Housing constructed. Mercatoris explained that any new Employee Housing would require the Town to subsidize the cost. In response to an inquiry from Mordkin, Bellack stated that the applicant feels Employee Housing requirements are too high, and stated a concern of over-saturating the market with Employee Housing units. Hatfield suggested the use of cash-in-lieu. In an effort to address the Phase II Employee Housing mitigation, Schuster suggested that the applicant deed-restrict the Manager's apartment constructed during Phase I construction. He explained that the square footage of the Manager's apartment could be subtracted from the required square footage mitigation for Phase II, and defer the remaining 3,700 square feet of Employee Housing mitigation to future construction. Hatfield suggested that the Employee Housing mitigation amount for the Ullrhof be included in the formula. The Town Manager suggested a break at this time. In response to an inquiry from Hatfield, the Town Attorney stated that this issue would be dealt with during Preliminary Review and become a part of the Preliminary approval process. The Planning Director clarified that the Manager's unit will no longer be considered a part of the Community Purpose under Phase I, and will now be considered as Employee Housing mitigation under Phase II of this application. Bellack clarified that the approximate 3,700 sq. ft. Employee Housing Xp so* 01-02-01tc Page 7 requirement would be owned and operated by the Town. Council determined that due to the amendments made to this Resolution, staff would make the necessary revisions and Council would consider approval of the Resolution at a Special Meeting on January 8 or the Regular Meeting on January 15, 2001. In response to an inquiry made by Mercatoris, Hatfield stated that to change the name of Fairway Drive would require an expense to the Water and Sanitation District by requiring address changes on all of their forms and letterhead. Schuster reported that the applicant is working with the District to assist in relieving the expenses incurred by the change. Mercatoris clarified the Employee Housing mitigation agreed upon by Council and the applicant. The Town Attorney suggested that the Ullrhof Employee Housing mitigation amount be considered as a part of the formula. There being no further comments, Mayor Pro-Tem Mercatoris closed the Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. For clarification purposes, Mercatoris stated that the Town needs to be guaranteed that the ball field land deeded to the Town has no strings attached and is adequate space to allow for the softball field, the proposed golfing enhancements and the Jazz Festival. Mayor Manchester returned to the Council table. Action on Resolution No. 17, Series of 2000 was scheduled for the January 15, 2001 Regular Town Council Meeting. At 7:15 Mayor Manchester convened the Meeting for a 15-minute break. Mayor Manchester reconvened the Meeting at 7:15 p.m. He requested a discussion regarding Council travel times and road trips. NOTE: THE FOLLOWING ITEM WAS NOT INCLUDED ON THE AGENDA FOR THIS MEETING Manchester stated that a Village Leadership Forum Meeting to discuss strategic planning, is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. on January 17, 2001 at Anderson Ranch. Purvis explained that the meetin was previously scheduled for January 16, 2001 and has been changed to the 17 . He explained that the meeting format would be discussed at the January 15, 2001 Council Meeting. The January 17'" Meeting will be held at Anderson Ranch. Manchester reviewed the agenda of meetings for Snowmass Village Resort discussions. The First in a series of these meetings is scheduled for Thursday, January 18, 2001, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The second agenda item is a tour of several resorts and meetings with public ?N9 00 01-02-01 tc Page 8 officials at Whistler, Park City ski areas and Deer Valley from February 6th through the evening of February 9, 2001. The second meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 15, at 5:30 p.m. for a Town presentation of SPA and the Comprehensive Plan as well as transportation priorities related to Base Village and surrounding areas. Council discussed tours of the Telluride, Vail, Beaver Creek and Copper Mountain ski areas and agreed that a tour and meetings with Telluride officials would be scheduled for Thursday, February 22. Tours of Vail, Beaver Creek and Copper Mountain will be scheduled at the end of March or beginning of April, 2001. The third meeting was scheduled for Thursday, March 1, 2001 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss public/private partnership finance mechanisms. The fourth meeting was scheduled for Thursday, March 8, 2001 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss real estate development and management concepts. The fifth meeting was scheduled for March 15, 2001 to discuss planning design criteria. Council requested that consultant Walter Kieser be invited to the March 16t meeting. Council discussed appropriate staff members to attend the tours. 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) Mayor Manchester stated that Second Reading of this Ordinance was tabled from the December 18, 2000 Council Meeting and was moved by Hatfield and seconded by Mayor Manchester at that time. Council reviewed changes made to the Ordinance language since First Reading. Council clarified that changes state that an estimated cost for the project and funding sources would be included in future ballot language on ballot questions subject to Initiative Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2000, which was approved by the voters at the November 7, 2000 Regular Election. There being no further discussion, Second Reading of Ordinance No. 28, Series of 2001 was approved by a roll-call vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. ?1/00 01-02-01 tc Page 9 NOTE: Mayor Manchester explained that appointment of the Liquor Licensing Authority members would be approved separate from the other Boards and Commissions by Resolution No. 05, Series of 2001. Item No. 5a: RESOLUTION NO. 05. SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY Mordkin stepped down from the Council table, recusing himself due to a pending application before the Liquor Licensing Authority. Mayor Manchester stated that this Resolution appoints Deidre Boineau, Melissa Forster and Cheryl Morgan to the Snowmass Village Liquor Licensing Authority. Mercatoris disclosed that he is a Liquor Licensee in Snowmass Village. Hatfield made a motion to approve Resolution No. 05, Series of 2001, seconded by Virtue. There being no further discussion, the Resolution was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mordkin abstained. Item No. 6: RESOLUTION NO. 02, SERIES OF 2001 COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD, ARTS ADVISORY BOARD, PLANNING COMMISSION, AND THE BOARD OF APPEALS AND EXAMINERS Mordkin returned to the Council table. Mayor Manchester stated that there were no applicants for vacancies on the Financial Advisory Board. He stated that this Resolution appoints Judy Clauson, June Gordon, Janet Grande, Shirley Millard, Linda Sandals, Lois Sando and Sandy Stay to the Arts Advisory Board. It also appoints George Huggins and Bill Boineau to the Planning Commission as regular members and Mark Stout and Bob Fridstein as alternate members on the Planning Commission. Appointees to the Board of Appeals and Examiners included Wolf Gensch, Thomas Goode and Jim Gustafson. Council requested that the Financial Advisory Board information be deleted since there were no applicants. They also requested that "Liquor Licensing Authority" be deleted from the heading of the Resolution. Mercatoris made a motion to amend the Resolution as stated above, seconded by Mordkin. The motion to amend was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Mercatoris made a motion to approve Resolution No. 02, Series of 2001 as amended. Virtue seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No. 7: RESOLUTION NO. 03, SERIES OF 2001 COUNCIL CONSIDERATION ON A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE LOCATIONS OF THE OFFICIAL 01-02-01 tc Page 10 PUBLIC NOTICE BOARDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Hatfield made a motion to approve Resolution No. 03, Series of 2001, seconded by Virtue. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Mordkin requested that a sign be placed in the areas designated as Public Notice Boards. 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 Mordkin stated that he has a current application before the Snowmass Village Liquor Licensing Authority and will act as counsel and manager for the application. Mordkin is due to appear before the Liquor Licensing Authority with an application for a new Liquor License on January 5, 2001. He recused himself and stepped down from the Council table. Manchester stated a concern that Mordkin's role as Council Member would appear to assert undue influence over the decision-making Board, which may inappropriately prejudice a fair decision. The Town Attorney explained the provisions of the Resolution, which if approved, would allow Mordkin to appear before the Liquor Licensing Board in person. Mordkin further explained his situation as registered manager for the Liquor License. Virtue made a motion to approve Resolution No. 04, Series of 2001, seconded by Mercatoris. After further discussion, the Resolution was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 1 opposed. Council Member Hatfield opposed. Mordkin abstained. Item No. 9: MANAGER'S REPORT NWCOG/HMC The Town Manager referred to a report included in the information packet provided for this Meeting regarding NWCOG and Water Quality (QQ). Staff recommendation was to defer the QQ issue to Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. He explained that the Town assists the water quality issues in Snowmass Village through the efforts of stream restoration and "catch basin" projects. Collin Laird, from Healthy Mountain Communities (HMC) will provide a report to Council in the near future on regional planning issues before a decision is made regarding possible Town membership in NWCOG. =&10 01-02-01 tc Page 11 Item No. 10: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR 12-04-00 Virtue made a motion to approve the Regular Meeting Minutes of December 4, 2000, seconded by Mayor Manchester. There being no additions or corrections, the Minutes were approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Mercatoris abstained, stating that he was not present at the December 4, 2000 Council Meeting. Item No. 11: DISCUSSION/ACTION 2000 BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ATTENDANCE RECORDS Council reviewed the attendance records for Town Boards and Commission members for the year 2000. Council stated their satisfaction and appreciation to the members of all boards and commission members as volunteers, and for their improved attendance at meetings. NOTE: Item Nos. 12 and 13 were heard as one item. Item No. 12: DISCUSSION CALENDARS/STATUS REPORT and Item No. 13: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS Brush Creek Lane - Ice Hatfield requested that the ice on Brush Creek Lane be addressed by the Road Department as soon as possible. Numbered Lots - Trash Virtue requested that the trash accumulation in the numbered parking lots on Snowmelt Road be attended to on a daily basis. OORerations Facility and Two Creeks Lighting Virtue reported that he has received a complaint from a constituent who reported that the Operations Facility lights are being left on throughout the night. He suggested the lights be turned off at night as a cost-savings to the Town. Council also requested that staff contact the Aspen Skiing Company and request that they turn off the parking lot lights at the Two Creeks parking lot at night. �77r 01-02-01 tc Page 12 Buildina Permits Mercatoris reported a constituent complaint regarding the untimely delay for issuing Building Permits by the Community Development Department and requested that they be issued in a more timely manner. Rodeo Parcel Mercatoris reported that he met with Bill Burwell regarding the Rodeo parcel. Mr. Burwell proposed that the Town invest to develop single-family homes on the site. Council agreed to invite Mr. Burwell to a Council Meeting to discuss the plans after a land appraisal has been obtained by the Town. Non-Smoking Bars Mercatoris reported that he has been contacted by bartenders in Snowmass Village, who have requested legislation to ban smoking in local bars. He requested public comment and comments from all local bartenders be obtained before an ordinance is drafted for Council review and consideration. Rodeo Parcel Committee Mordkin reported that as Council representative on a Committee to discuss purchase of the Rodeo parcel, he and Council Member Virtue recently met with Bill Burwell, Lance Burwell and Archer Bishop. Mordkin and Virtue reported on the details of the meeting. Mordkin recommended that the owners of the Rodeo Lot be invited to a Council Meeting to present their concept of a public-private ownership of the Rodeo parcel as a Pre-Sketch item. Council agreed for Mordkin to invite the Rodeo parcel owners to a scheduled Council Meeting following receipt of the land appraisal. Heated Bus Stop Mordkin reported that he has requested staff to install heaters at the Daly Lane bus stop. Excise Tax Mayor Manchester reported that to date, the Town has collected Excise Tax in the amount of$812,000, with a commitment of approximately $40,000. He explained that the amounts do not include fees collected from a recent Accessory Employee Unit (AEU) buy-out. State of the Town Mayor Manchester reported that he met with a representative of the Snowmass Village Sun, for an interview regarding the "State of the Town". The article will appear in the January 4, 2001 edition of the newspaper. G.w 00 01-02-01 tc Page 13 Town Newsletter Mayor Manchester stated that a Town newsletter would be published and distributed in January, 2001. Special Election Information Mayor Manchester explained that a Fact Sheet on the Parcel "N" Employee Housing ballot question would be finalized and distributed to the general public during the upcoming week. Manchester reminded the public that the Town of Snowmass Village will hold a Special Election on Tuesday, January 16, 2001. The single ballot question for this Election will request voter approval for the Town to construct the Parcel "N" Employee Housing project. ASC Appreciation In response to a request made by Council, Mercatoris reported that he contacted Pat O'Donnell of the Aspen Skiing Company, and relayed Council's appreciation for his company's effort and interest to increase activities in Snowmass Village. O'Donnell informed Mercatoris at that time of an article which recently appeared in the Denver Post newspaper reporting a low percentage in the Town's lodging reservations. Purvis reported that Skier Day visits for all four ski mountains is up 20+ percent and Snowmass Village Skier Day visits show an increase of 30+ percent from last year. He suggested the Town provide monthly operating indicators of Town information for public information. Council/Press/Public Information Sharing Mordkin reminded the public and members of the press of a brown-bag information sharing session with Council, the public and the press. The session is scheduled for noon on January 17, 2001. The discussions will be held in Council Chambers. RTA Meeting Mayor Manchester reported that he attended a Rural Transportation Authority (RTA) Board Meeting. He stated that a budget was adopted and approximately $500,000 was approved for the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA), as well as funding for trails. He stated that an interim amount was also budgeted for Railroad Corridor Management, until further discussions can identify the necessary amount and method to evolve the Corridor Investment Study (CIS) process. RTA staff has been directed to investigate and provide a recommendation to the Board. Alice Hubbard has been hired as the Director of the RTA Transition Team and will employ Walter Kieser and others to assistance in the development of an action plan. A Request for Proposals (RFP)will be advertised to hire an Attorney for the RTA. The Board has called a halt to the CIS for further evaluation and to further identify components of the Study. Z" we 01-02-01 tc Page 14 Mercatoris stated his concern regarding further expenditure of funds for additional staff, development of the CIS and other expenditures. Manchester also reported that the Department of Revenue is denying RTA the use of sales tax dollars on vehicles purchased in Glenwood Springs by anyone who lives outside the RTA jurisdiction. He explained that this creates approximately $300,000 loss of income to the RTA. The RTA staff has been in contact with legislators regarding this issue. Item No. 14: 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 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Donna J. Garcia by January 31 2001 at 5 P.M. Status Report Bullets in Italics have been previously listed January 15, 2001 Town Council / Town Manager Act ivity/St aft' Manager Status Mall Transit Plaza 'F Conceptual design report due January 31". Gary Suiter Entryway Planning Project ■ Pool on hold pending site resolution Gary Suiter ■ Road Design continuing. Town Manager's Office Activities ■ Little Red School House lease renewal. Gary Suiter ■ Amend Timberline Lease. ■ Review RTA Upper Valley]GA. ■ Organizing Town's Forward Plan. ■ Community News Page being written. Town Attorney Manager Town Attorney General Activities ■ Finishing revisions to the Snowmass Club L Steve Connor Housing Activity/Staff Manager Status Housing Department Activities ■ Cindy Kimbrell's MV 1121 (2-bedroom/1.5-bath)is Joe Coffey now for sale for$131,846.52. ■ Mita and Stacy Forster's MV 1325 (2-bedroom/1.5- bath)is now for sale for$127,974.34. 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. =9i - 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 Tucker ■ 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 age. Public Safetg Manager Police Department Activities ■ The Animal Control Officers assisted the Division Art Smythe of Wildlife with their Bighorn Sheep Capture and Re-location Program. • The Patrol staff has started its Grant-supported DUI Enforcement Program. • John Goodwin has started as a new Police Officer _ with the Department. Public Works Snowmelt Road Activity/Staff Manager ■ Design Team is preparing scope of work. Hunt Walker Brush CreeWHighline Intersection ■ SGM is preparing a conceptual roundabout design, Hunt Walker which would include a Rodeo parking lot leg. o 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. ■ Year-end cross checking in progress. IN 2001 Grant letters have been mailed. • Follow up on Letters of Accountability for 2000 Grant recipients. • Absentee voti,I available at Town Clerks Dept. through ]an.12 , 5:00 p.m. ■ Third letter sent for Delinquent Business License Renewals. ■ Parcel "N" fact sheet mailed and distributed. Community Development Department 1-Activity/Stafflklanager Status Community Development Director ■ Met with Pitkin County to discuss application Activities process for Entryway sign. Craig Thompson ■ Met with Nature Center representatives to discuss process of evaluating potential sites. _ Community Enhancement Projects Activity/Staff Manager Status Brush Creek—Seasons 4 ■ After survey is completed, the Planning staff will Bernadette Barthetenghi complete a planting and park design for next year. ■ Working on a Wetland plant contract and plant list for the Seasons 4 area. ■ As-built completed. Park Shelter ■ Construction is scheduled for April due to weather Bernadette Barrhelenghi conditions. 43 I Golf course Creek Enhancements ■ 50%partnership with Ski-Co. Staff has met with Bernadette Barrhenght Ski-Co. to discuss design-team players, project goals, schedule, evaluation/monitoring, and potential Grant sources. • Meet with hydrologist, Bill Johnson. • Meet with fish biologist, William Walsh, PhD. Plans & Policy Development Activity/Staff Manager Status Lower/Benedict Trail/Greenway ■ We will look at Eco-Friendly water solutions that Bernadette Barthelenghi 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. ■ Contract is being revised for approval this week. ■ Staff will meet with consultant on 01-22-01. Bio-Water Assessment ■ Consultant compiling scientific data for a report. Bernadette Barthelenghi ■ Field info. Will be collected this month. Greenway Master Plan ■ Staff has received printed copies for Planning Bernadette Barthelenghi Commission from consultant and will forward for review next agenda opening. ■ Refining some info. with consultant. Land Use Code Amendments ■ Unit Equivalency Work Session scheduled for Chris Conrad 01-15-01 TC meeting. ■ Planning Commission to review miscellaneous amendments to LUC (30% Slope, Accessory Units) scheduled for 01-17-01 P.C. meeting. Trails Planning ■ Working with Ski Co. mapping a Trails Master Bernadette Barhelenghi Plan. Still working with the Trails Committee on a project list for next year(presentation 01-30-01). ■ Cost estimates have been received—map layers will be GEO referenced in April. Ski-Co. and TOSV will share the cost 50/50. ■ Trail Committee will meet Jan. 30'h at 3:00 p.m. to discuss an Enforcement Program for trail closures and Education Program for Elk Calving and Tread Lightly. ■ Staff is coordinating a meeting with U.S. Forest Service and Pitkin County Open Space. ■ I will review the Highline Road Trail Design with the Trails Committee and schedule a field visit to the golf course to review on site conditions Friday, weq r Jan. 12d' at 9:30 a.m. Unit Equivalency Assessment ■ Drafting a series of charts to clarify the Robert J Voigi relationships between various,/loor space ratio calculations. Town Web Page Strategy IN Continuing work on proposal to receive funding Robert J. Voigi 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 & Site Review Reference ■ Creating reference documents for use during Work Materials Sessions, regarding: Urban Design principles, site Robert J Voigi 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 Ifrhite, Silver Star, and Sun Peaks). ■ Developing reference materials and presentations regarding the design and development of the public realm. Community Development ■ Draft principles and strategy complete—week of Assessment/Benchmarking January 8a'. Robert J. Voigt Major Development Review Update 'i-Project / Manager Update Seven Star Ranch ■ Extension granted to February&; 2001. Gary Suiter/Steve Connor ■ Subpoenaed for court appearance Feb. 6U' regarding Droste lawsuit. Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch ■ Preparing revised executive summary and Plan Resolution for Town Council on 01-15-01 TC Jim Wahlstom meeting. Snowmass Center Expansion ■ Applicant considering amending application. Sketch Plan IN Anticipate new application in January. Chris Conrad PS Minor Development Review Update Pr(kiect / Manager Update Droste Ranch County Referral ■ Reviewed referral for subsequent comments in Jim Wahistrom association with Conservation Easement and Brush Creek corridor transportation study but didn't forward. Paragon Enterprises County ■ Reviewed and prepared comments but didn't Referral forward. Jim Wahlstrom Subdivision Exemption Lot 1, ■ Scheduledfor January 15, 2001. Ridge Run Unit I ■ To condominiumize existing duplex Caretakers Chris Conrad quarters, not being condominiumized. Woodrun Place, Unit 51 ■ Minor PUD Amendment for deck entrances tentatively scheduled for PC meeting 01-17-01 and subsequently for TC meeting in February. Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance Project / Manager Update Administrative Modifications ■ Snowmass Water Sanitation District Employee Housing, Governmental SPA. Lot 68,Woodrun I ■ Building height constant outside envelope. Special Review ■ Divide Lot 32 ■ Variance, PC Hearing 01-17-01. Pending U date Project / Manager Update Snowmass Real Estate Expansion ■ Interim SPA administrative modification Chris Conrad application received for 350 square ft. addition to building. ■ Planning Commission to review February 7v'. Enforcement Update Project / Manager Update Signs at the Mall ■ Photographed signs at the Mall. Jim Wahlstom ■ Evaluating against comprehensive sign,plans, and codes. ■ Will photograph potential of more signage after ski season begins (January). Transportation Project / Manager Update Hiring Winter Staff For Bus System ■ Continuing to run Ads in local papers and on the David Pecker 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 _ Homeowner's at Board meeting in January. Project Update Coordination-Gary Sutter 923-3777 e:t.206 Public Works-Hunt Walker 923-3110 Housing-Joe Coffey 923.2360 Community Development-Thompson/Conrad/Barlhelengh i/Ellis/Stahman/Gount/Mclntire 923-5524 Town Clerk -Truitt Worline 923.3777 Finance-Marianne Rakowski 923.3796 Police Chief-Art Smythe 923-5330 4Q to • . 00 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 New Years Day - 2:00 P.M. :a T.C.W.S. C - 4:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 - 2:00 P.M. T.C. W.S. -Forward Plan Discussion 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 - 2:00 P.M. - Special - 3:00—5:00 - 5:30 P.M. T.C. W.S. Election VLF@ Resort Anderson Discussions -4:00 P.M. Ranch with ASC T.C. Mtg. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 -9:00— 12:00 CAST Mtg. 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Mtg. 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 SGf�dn/�� TC Reso. 01-06 Page 1 of 16 // / 4 �..,(� TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL U30, a00 t RESOLUTION NO. 06 SERIES OF 2001 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS RESOLUTION NO. 17, 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 3, 4, and 10 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 at approximately 2,400 square feet each with kitchens, underground parking areas, modified 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; 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 50, 2000 to receive public comment on the new Sketch Plan PUD application; and TC Reso. 01-06 Page 2 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 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 meetings were held before the Town Council on December 0, December 11'h, December 18'", 2000, January 2, and January 15, 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 considered the issues and the additional information and studies, which are necessary to properly review a Preliminary Plan PUD Application; and WHEREAS, the Town Council 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. { K� TC Reso.01-06 Page 3 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. 4. The Town Council, 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, 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, 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. A, TC Reso.01-06 Page 4 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: a) A long term goal to upgrade the golf course is being proposed; b) A license agreement for cross-country skiing is being negotiated; c) An intersection redesign near Highline Road (specifically Clubhouse Drive at Snowmass Club Circle) is being proposed; d) The softball field use is still part of the plan, which is subject to subsequent conveyance to the Town; 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, as needed, 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; j) An agreement to deed restrict the additional manager's unit in Phase I is appropriate; k) More landscaping on the berming done in Phase I would be an upgrade; 1) Public access to golf should be considered (See Item #10 in the Conditions Section of this resolution). 12.The exterior finishes on the Phase II buildings will be as consistent with those shown in Phase I. 13.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 at this time. It was also determined that Option I would be utilized showing the current Brush Creek Road alignment. 14.Town Council finds that due to the proposed residential buildings replacing parking for the existing golf course operations, the golf course clubhouse 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) Replace hole #16 with new hole #18 in the Spring 2001, depending on length of approval process: b) Relocate the golf course operations using a temporary clubhouse structure, in the Fall 2001; r+y TC Reso. 01-06 Page 5 c) 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; d) Then construct the residential portion of the project, which is anticipated as an 18-month project, including the upgrades of the golf course; and e) Construct the tennis structures approximately the same time as the residential buildings. 15.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. 16.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. 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: 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 at approximately 2,400 square feet each with kitchens, 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. TC Reso.01-06 Page 6 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 new and revised requirements of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, at the time the Preliminary Plan PUD application is filed, with the following conditions: 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 15.Construction Management Plan. 16.The intended future uses and operational plans, including provisions for parking, for the Fairway Conference Center and old clubhouse. r t � TC Reso.01.06 Page 7 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 downstream of the project. Further, the impact report should address water rights management and the maintenance of adequate water flowage through the creek. b) Explore the possibility of coordinating 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. b) Consider the possibility of flattening the tee areas. TC Reso.01.06 Page 8 4. Softball Field: a) Explore the possibility of reorienting the softball field, taking into consideration the sun angles, during the Preliminary Plan PUD review. b) Define a land area and assure whether it is of sufficient size and orientation for recreational purposes, a softball field, and music festivals. c) At the Town's option, the softball field shall be conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village. 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 not 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. TC Reso.01.06 Page 9 b) The traffic study for the Phase I project, recently submitted to the Town during this Sketch Plan review, is deemed 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 Clubhouse 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. ( n TC Reso.01-06 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) If the main entrance to the Club off of Snowmass Club Circle is relocated, a pedestrian connection and bridge crossing must be retained to the new bus stop location. d) A new bus stop and shelter shall be constructed by the applicant for down valley access (i.e., on the south side of Brush Creek Road) near the intersection of the paved trail, from the employee housing area. 8. Pedestrian Circulation, 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, thence traversing between the planned wetland area and new Fairway #9, to the new clubhouse location in order to better serve multiple uses such as the new clubhouse/restaurant, the employee housing complex, other trails, and the tennis and club facilities. 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, to connect Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle and the existing trail located farther to the west across the main entrance. c) 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 a comprehensive trail plan for the site 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. ,1 R TC Reso.01-06 Page 11 e) e e Town's Tra' Co e for a hard surface, pe trail along Highli Ro he applicant and the Town shall jointly provide a nature/foot trai along rush Creek from Clubhouse Drive, along the south of the Water and Sanitation facilities, and then northeasterly to a point near the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Highline Road. Easements, as needed, shall be provided by the applicant. f) In addition to the above condition, the applicant shall provide an easement for a trail connection south of Snowmass Club Circle between Clubhouse Drive (by the Mountain Bell facility) and Fairway Drive within the Country Club Estates development. g) That the Preliminary Plan PUD demonstrates, as needed, that the Town has easements for all existing and proposed trails on the site, including the planned trail along Highline Road. h) Any license or easement agreement from the applicant for all pedestrian, bicycle, and Nordic trail locations and an accessory structure location for a maintenance vehicle must be provided for the benefit of the Town. i) 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 existing site constraints. 9. Architecture, Landscaping, and Exterior Lighting: a) 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. b) Divert the underground driveway connecting the below-grade parking in the two southern residential buildings in order to achieve angled or unparalleled building footprints between the two structures. c) 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. TC Reso. 01.06 Page 12 d) Explore the possibility of lowering the flat roof portion of the residential buildings, as a means to improve the separation and articulation of the roof forms. e) 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]. f) 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. g) 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. h) 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. j) 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 the use of ballard lighting, and that other lighting for parking lots should be shielded and downcast with use of low-wattage light sources. Further, lighting for the new 150-space clubhouse parking lot should be turned off at night after a certain time. k) TOSV Land Use and Development Code Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards, references compliance with Article IV and Code Section 16A- 4-340, Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character. Particularly, views from neighboring developments shall be evaluated per subsection 5) during the review of the Preliminary Plan PUD application. TC Reso.01-06 Page 13 10. Applicability of New Code Changes and Community Purposes Criteria: Town Council finds that the recent Code revisions per Ordinance No. 07 and No. 15, Series of 2000, apply to the Preliminary and Final PUD applications for this project, with the following exceptions and conditions: a) The new unit equivalency chart (per Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2000), will not apply to this project. b) The new 65% threshold rule (per Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2000), for applicability of community purpose criteria, will apply to the project. The following Community Purpose items offered by the applicant are sufficient to allow buildout of 21 fractional ownership condominiums at approximately 2,400 square feet per unit: 1) A license agreement will be provided to the Town from the applicant to assure the continued ability to set and use Nordic trails on Parcel 10 (e.g., the golf course area); 2) A site with electric service will be provided to the Town for use by the Nordic Council to allow a permanent structure for housing a vehicle for Nordic trail maintenance as previously described in this resolution. 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, as previously described in this resolution, which will improve water quality and aesthetics of the creek; 4) A new trail easement will be provided to the Town from Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle (e.g., between the proposed residential buildings along Brush Creek); 5) Provision of additional trail easements by the applicant to the Town for trails shown on the Trail Map and in the Comprehensive Plan for which easements do not already exist, with the exception of the east-west trail planned to be removed; 6) Full-time residents of the Town who are employed 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. The fees/rates, conditions, and restrictions which apply shall be addressed during the review of the Preliminary Plan PUD application; TC Reso.01-06 Page 14 7) A new bus stop and shelter shall be constructed by the applicant for down valley access (i.e., on the south side of Brush Creek Road) near the intersection of the paved trail, from the employee housing complex; 8) Define a land area and determine whether it is of sufficient size and orientation for recreational purposes, a softball field, and music festival purposes. At the Town's option, the softball field shall be conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village. The method of conveyance to the Town of this area shall be deferred until later and prior to completion of the Preliminary Plan PUD application review process, in order to maintain of the option to potentially realign Brush Creek Road per provisions of the Ancillary Improvements Agreement dated January 20, 2000; 9) Notwithstanding the above, the applicant shall provide the Town a reservation, which would allow a future improvement of the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Highline Road, as long as it does not interfere with the redesigned golf course. During the redesign, consideration of future intersection improvements will be coordinated by the applicant with the Town; and 10)The existing employee housing complex in Parcel 12 shall be deed restricted. c) Section 4-410, Restricted Housing Requirements, 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. The Town Council also considered the quantity and quality of the employee housing constructed as part of Phase I of this development. Following consideration of the facts, the Town Council finds that: 1) The revised employee housing calculations, following the ratios per Ordinance No. 07, Series of 2000, are accurate when comparing the original Club with the combined Phase I and II uses. 2) The seven employee housing units previously provided for the original 76-unit Lodge was accepted as being equivalent to the employee housing requirement for the 30 condominium units approved and redeveloped in Phase I. The 61 employee housing units approved in Phase I was considered a community purpose benefit. The employee housing required for Phase II is a mitigation issue and not considered a Community Purpose issue. The Phase 11 employee housing TC Reso.01.06 Page 15 requirement is 5,824 square feet following the revised employee housing ratios and calculations outlined in Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2000 (i.e., the difference between the original club and the combination of Phase I & II utilizing the revised rates). 3) Due to the applicant agreeing to deed restrict, for employee housing purposes, the one additional manager's unit of 1,700 square feet built in Phase I, it may be credited against the 5,824 square feet of employee housing required for Phase II. 4) Per the above stipulation, the 4,124 square feet remaining for employee housing required for Phase II shall be fulfilled with a future project proposed by the applicant, successors, and/or interests. 5) In addition to the employee housing requirements for the Snowmass Club Phase II project, and pursuant to Ordinance No. 9, Series of 1994 (Under Findings, Section "o" Employee Housing, pages 16 and 17), the applicant is required to provide employee housing as needed for the previous ski area expansion per subsections [i & ii], under the terms of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 1992. 6) In addition to the above requirement, 1,936 square feet of employee housing per subsection [iii] of the same ordinance and section, is required for previous facility expansions within the Snowmass Ski Area, under the terms of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 1992. 7) The applicant commits that the employee housing required, per conditions 4, 5 and 6 above, will be constructed by January 1, 2006. 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. • TC Reso.01-06 Page 16 • INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED as amended, on this 15th 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. 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C -/1 `?o 130-x` 5137 5AI llI C-0 of r s. � a�, loo rjba-j 6n , t 9•J c�s+r��i D ��i� 10. 11.Mic .�,�t1t� �� Norte 1Z�c�e Srt� ass,CC� 12. � .o • �X Si�3�k SI�J 1 CD 13. 14. r� R 5 a53 C4C�c(ulq �G� �U�{ jflo�cltMt;ss VI �F 15. 3P14G L� 1`t1.v1 �� 5ys 16* Q5Q Q0G 1-pl.-Gq- /4A�/- �cl S✓+an/)SSG, 17. �Atkl� 1 ' I 0 GAt7` 1003 18. y0 I�C i �dX f?l qr 5r4 r1, eogl61 20. t�1 JAN 1 5 2001 We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel �( b that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. C,. Name Address 21. 22. C QC (aO� iidWrua � 11 - 23. �Q+ eDX S �01 &Z S� Grp L/ Co. fj 24. 4 - \4 LNV •S/VDI,dM��`GL[l3 ._.�r�L. po�cr (bat Sa • P,tfoe 27. l�s �� � LeeLQ� � IC e/�/- Itojd ras� A� Ibl S� 28. �11W1 #DQJUCI crcrr �xl� �. 29. SN6W9eS� l,4l/t/�x / Q 5"�(0 S / 30. 32/6C� Iola) iQ� ��iS v .Cv / 81 �t 33. m p� oid Pw�wt ao P , x i14gy sw►d ea , Yl6/s 34. ; -s� r N r , 35. 36. CIC7cCPY] � l9�(0� Ste" 37. ;s`�QS �Dgl 'SAO Ibis 38. X51 5 (0�s 39. NYC PRL4N JAN ��2o�f''s �P�l� � • �l6/2 0 50 We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address ", A,& Me a " S W.� 42. 43. AZ 62" ee4 �l2o�Js+I�S 44. 3 0 L4 45. 46. ® s S/aXLA)K Po SavumA, 47. 00" A 600 pO, bl::�X 9762 (AS)a&-V 48. 'TN[t4 vvur � •� • �iQX 233y1 �sl �►�G1 1611�1� /W �QI 49. Tt+ /o. 64x 27S4/j 4C 15 , CO 8/02 50. V � �Z„t-1,t,K _ eO 112450 C w -2 �1 sl. IMy(Ll� t 16Aeri- P, v, V) v1 L Cd �• /� - 668¢ snowrnS vvLtj�k, 4 A is 53. +� (� ��O , 54. 55. 56. -" � CnvLD13,Pi91�1���✓ ��j ���° �O3 b� S/c( (c(�S�! 57. �j�l` 1 �u w �d ` � N y� jtn1�A1 ►��l -------------------- czk We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. J Address / 11 58. ✓ �� � 59. ScM o l� -4 T �Ct/V 60. s /✓Di✓ 7Z 61. qrs� Sy.n:� / VC> ac1S c X00 ��C�c�✓lJ��- 6aJ UAJ;F- NJaAJA / PG 13 SnewM145�U�G S t la LQ� 65.' -v1 off 51 I b� 67. 0,IZWX,"4- Wy1Q L C7o�(p �t-EN-s' 6s. IP/'f7'1` Indio /7 p�� . /lo0WA`' 'S' r14 4—va'iFle 6P d044:�3 69. <S d>Zt�wtn !D ► •(J • 6rvt. S tN1 SA-004✓^a1,5 Vey/� 4 8//,�i ��� /U 70. 4M 7� 7l, AV) 72. W L nn / 73. 1" `e' •Q' //� OSIe �i�l, /��x (D 3,1vn-v- S�f,,(�,, 76. 1.y-lv1^�1 0�yt,4 Vim` 466 soowrr'3CsAw CA- 2$rry l,/S� 77. MUS� Y"0��4��� JAN Q 1 5 pp�Dl�! 61G� 1 PD, R� FjO i Z 1 We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address /fin Hl - c -abv 'G %/ 00 (0)66 97. 494 98. La 100. WULJ, V 6- S ��" 'rNE Ma -16vfo Are` JAN 1 5 2001 i /- We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. V SU„u f�Q ads 1W lv< Y� 'ee -&'� a A ' 1 of v'eS4—W4 ra.�..1 'j��f I Name Address , I v 1 1. `) t,CS Wt')/4 1 Sp( C W"1 SNown1 S /6. 2. 4. W� /� rwJ Jr� .{ v� OI &AL"QCZ 5. �&Otel/ al)14 o Bak / 3 eallx.Ae-1 00 d,,ba3 6. CZ1,a1O-?3q.4� R v. /OD-:7--/ As'r -v CO 7. R*•'rolaC« CIL U JeAb CO P10-3 8. COI,'„ r O-4 s 3 ko 01" Ad 5/v-//.sue 9. ,may,n, , 2�h� 47 e>t�Le-- e*-t'/:x- - lo�vpt,_ 12. 13. � ►'I`na ,4en 14. eo11�_�ba# 1 33 cat s cre.r� �� C 15. \u �,U• gx 1 j k3lS&IA+ Cd U51OIX ( 14 S I&OwrnaSS GL 16. 17. �+1ot., ps�AcN ZI �tW �A�on Cti� CJ Q16�/ 19. 20. 6Sjqt\ fops L JAN 1 5 2001 �� (DNZStSfYYIS II(I)Q�(!� gll/I� ' al We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address 4 , 1-0 1- llL1 C Z� ( 22/1' / v� t��i`C D 23. Jjf �0 24. �'p,CkWp Kervm cli �X 2 (ISITd) CCI 2s. �,t- ��„� /�U 6a k 4 At &'%) , 60 Jib/2 26. N 0'1 27. �l �r'q1 �IJHt"SSCXU� Cd'tcA S�i�co 28.J c 'j Jo k�5 Sn owMc4ss, �o 'FIBS`( 29. �� G,t�,P�wS 2,� 1 o �6�L e, e ter.at,v�CR 30. ZTAtAfS PAPAS ° t N �6RC8/oN/4At ter CD. 8162 1 � 31. t /e 32. `�ar�� L'�/ � 3b3o K a/� t.va t-IOtr-t+�ss e 0 W14 19 33. G%y7 v PU,�a 0�2 j S(O�"rMaSSU� �,IU�e J d�IIS 34. l.,pC n' A � , S C(Jo Cxvde 35. RP- 600. 1115-.Y /-fir'w. ec, 'it6'fr 36. 7k ►� �DNN�E'1 130 Wit 3AU-C, e6 glCpzl 37. 4-'IeI Aa `32oa' -_- 119 0 42 14/ . .Glas . 5160 38. k.t P"'W6 39. J � '"l�yJ JAN f �N�M� ,U • Ase-v Co. (R1611 a C)A We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address 40. tcwraoN-► 5ot-tee 39oGo Hwy e� #k3 ASNA �41. �� 42. Seo77� ems" 43. 4(0 wv)1-G4 �k . p 1x- 14/4 44. /vf K L,A'co3 `CCPfth� � / 19 � f 45. 46. e JI,����� Q 1 y 47. YO PAW �dX �qa� �/110Um/�35 Ua�s � F161� 48. T �S�it/D�N�I �o X Sl'10�M �1(a 49. 51 a\vt-FLooj C 53.x/ o L,� 3sa�f3 54.-/;7Mt UPA4l(G 1�I m G ON GOB 5 ES �� i� m� � 55. - F \`7 YfC'rFT C-L -DO WAf ?�5ZIv / q -0-%aq 1-F FOU- • FL 56. 57. JAN �20(i�� O I 1 •' C;- We the undersigned employees, patrons-&citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address 59. it�l�lt�l�ttGJ y 7(� ulEST �Po�uNS �sAC�✓ CecoeR gib„ 61 G! � 30S 62��,�Q�,relll q.z).box4its- /apw , Co 81611 63. nId1A- 1 94?A A� IBS I 1 t7Z 9<i �iL✓�o: '56-1(v-2 64. 65. bIuu 66. Cos SL^Q. c�col� �o7C j� 14 � S nnu>�,eA-SS v tI I� c�>z LA gI(D is r 68. 69. 70. 7a. po,go 5//O'y Sc ��v� i� . X08/GAS 73. V' "VJt� GL3D �devVi/ �5 �s✓ AS/� �1611 74. D 3 r` a z� (3 /ve✓l SHOW mo5SS 75. 5CO atv&(G4, 76. 41 llO-r LhWA Veer lgoc' 9 noJw/� /Z:00 PAA '`7 77. r � '� G 1 JAN 1 � 2001 We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel �I that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address 78. �r / / �6 2701 VLIS w�+� Gc7 �bZ� 79.��j�er� C9G�%(� yJ(� �iGt� C�v � CO �C73 80. o - i / I �GyI(oc c ✓%JD �//C(S RS/fS L%Q 81. -` / /�.C�ln.G' -4 CO �' 84. In i�! l� eTr d �c� 816x3 8s. v� C-7V(2 i' Pp l�o�c ( 3 �7 AsPCJ�i �c,(n P,6u- G 86. S j �-C v a-(� A77 V �� ! 87, � 88. E et 25 cows . �D.r c"-'.oJ 6- -We-2 89. C"��q cl lam4 f2 q�/Cl�S�/qve l�J�� U/�/(� 90. 5>� Cie WIJ 91. 'To 92. c YA((2ve— L z Y/ �2.z ;Gr 93. Uppw-A- . 0()'JX • 12Z �`�6 %" 96. fyLC S �✓e�5 200f v'� P�O z s / row CIX flat a4ke, �eed�✓til _ P 0 Sox 5gSS S1v11/ �r6 /� We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address 99. loo. �� l 3 - hPVV7� G, i-�47V- Sr►-►v,1. � � r► rb \)j6-;fw 105 P62�( ( d �Gd ��23 LAVIO ` �izTe� e� Q,� Sr•.J C� �Gc� /a. /?icty gu y' 166 ?e,NsoN (' VET tlN C t u6 CortMoN1 � � �� � G� �cc F �jJ ►� saw We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Sn wmass Village feel dl that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. i Name Address 1. r!/YC{ ca �aLV�� /U (/✓.t Jti vii ✓ ShawMrjJ 2. 10.2 Seasons I-011- 3 13 P. 6OX C 3,q I S'PR v 4. 5. � p� v� 5855- 5 mol r� n R 8. C� i� �(f�p '107 Ofi9 ir\u� RoucQ, ( ,,�I1- 9. 3V")LO �kW 35&0gI atsP� 10. 11. Cif _FC) 12. n 14. eawa4tv SUM co I(P(' 15. c�C�1ei �.0. ��0 � ✓,I C CJ (Ol S 16. q-Pj l �( 17. Cie �t�.�A ,u`�U / G PO 0-Y ISIf AW4/7 0 n/c)/ 18. A� '/v� v�C , SINN ,� /(W/,�1��'��9 19.5 l CiL)e, V//C7�J 69 p��J ✓� S ? V) C C 20. YVeO "40" JAN 1 511OON . ''`d4y' (-ln-4y 2.. SMVI CO g l 4 ( 9- We the undersi employees, patrons & citizens f Snowmass Village feel O4 that second hand smoke Men to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address 21. 22. Chlc ?CS C'0 23. - /b7 /5,Z, 4j " bl� 24. gZ2 rrs� Gce 1 � r, � G fjC613 � � 25. 4v��N� , ( (, �a �� 5 eo 27. ' !'t��ae � T SUrCpv1/ ""�/ S� vyy/tr 28. /CI,r3 GoG� � 107 Jc bcaF Ct t/�4�+a� Cv �li Z 3 29. lit'V'►'�tc��j lJl A, C/`"".y'bi/�•-- ��•IC$� �V i [.Y�• � (�l 30. QAMErA-PI3L(A(. P.O. &)( W-3 S•m.V•, Co. BU 'S 31.�q 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. JAN 1 5 2001 � u We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address 1. �dalT� ti O? >. r-F G' Z 2. Chr s —f;onPson Ro. r3ox TG ,fo 3. 0 l v3 xrl P r/ 5• Lis : M/FRT.ur 2 x CC Co f} 6. uGG Ire• �— 1'0� 6ZZ1 Slv�v �c� 7• j P.o�y1b St1V C,o 8. pa-uy o � o ,� , � 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. JAN 1 5 2001 a � C�r ai We the undersigned employees, patrons & citizens of Snowmass Village feel that second hand smoke is detrimental to our health and would like to see it prohibited in enclosed bars & restaurants in Snowmass Village. Name Address 1. 3C3a c � 4 y 5iVWW4�w v,4 2. 3. goo 4. Ma✓ � �� �� ' tW S t i ,�v� J 6 Z3 s. JAV .W P� � `C VA lol u (2v",L aLawe *0,93 Y 6. ev Ltd+ Q / 7. �oo CAl�UQ 6 G LA-AW I Sr`J/ Go 8. I� u 9. 10. P6• (3L � (o3Otu it. ��� � 7;o6 fj� L Rq v\- 13. Klo-,we4l, OEF,C 14. ,5tgaw✓\�, 1D'�/��L r!b% 1^J �(�,.,05%k X I r 15. ( (,l l O'NI� rL t7� 1�A", ; 6v Dl�� 16. �IAJtZl��J1R�U -pD l &V3q, S)YIU , co 17. �a� P1v��,� PO box SbZ9 S^^✓ , Co . BtbtS 18. 7AcK l�+�ava<oy t'?,o. 5e>r (oH79� SM✓ 19. 9-94K, Je655 o! o�/1JP A � L'�.r�2 (10 P r 0 3 20. JAN 1 5 2001 • TC Reso. 01-06 �""( �/ /,i' `�� f�� Page 1 of 16 j vV • TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL a00 L RESOLUTION NO. 06 SERIES OF 2001 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS RESOLUTION NO. 17, SERIES OF 2000) A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE TOWN COUNCIL FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION REGARDING AUTHORIZATION FOR SNOWMASS CLUB ASSOCIATES TO SUBMI' DEVELOPMENT FOR THI ROPOSAL. WHEREAS, The As r of the Snowmass Club Associate PUD on June 26, 2000 for amendments i /� NNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PLAN for ince No. 8 Series of 1980) (the "Proje f 21, four- bedroom fractional owners 0 square feet each with kitchens, underg arking lot areas, a new clubhouse, a its center, and golf course facility upg chibits on file in the Town's Community I WHEREAS, the Tok L PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT ("F '; 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 5`", 2000 to receive public comment on the new Sketch Plan PUD application; and TC Reso. 01-06 Page 1 of 16 C/ ^ TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 06 SERIES OF 2001 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS RESOLUTION NO. 17, 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 3, 4, and 10 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 at approximately 2,400 square feet each with kitchens, underground parking areas, modified 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; 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 5`", 2000 to receive public comment on the new Sketch Plan PUD application; and I TC Reso.01.06 Page 2 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 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 meetings were held before the Town Council on December 4`h, December 11`h, December 18th, 2000, January 2, and January 15, 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 considered the issues and the additional information and studies, which are necessary to properly review a Preliminary Plan PUD Application; and WHEREAS, the Town Council 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. TC Reso.01.06 Page 3 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. 4. The Town Council, 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, 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, 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. TC Reso. 01-06 Page 4 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: a) A long term goal to upgrade the golf course is being proposed; b) A license agreement for cross-country skiing is being negotiated; c) An intersection redesign near Highline Road (specifically Clubhouse Drive at Snowmass Club Circle) is being proposed; d) The softball field use is still part of the plan, which is subject to subsequent conveyance to the Town; 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, as needed, 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; j) An agreement to deed restrict the additional manager's unit in Phase I is appropriate; k) More landscaping on the berming done in Phase I would be an upgrade; 1) Public access to golf should be considered (See Item #10 in the Conditions Section of this resolution). 12.The exterior finishes on the Phase II buildings will be as consistent with those shown in Phase I. 13.The subject area is included as part of the TOSV Comprehensive Plan Future Transportation Map showing the realignment of Brush Creek Road per Option 11 of the applicant's submittal. It was determined that Option II would not be considered at this time. It was also determined that Option I would be utilized showing the current Brush Creek Road alignment. 14.Town Council finds that due to the proposed residential buildings replacing parking for the existing golf course operations, the golf course clubhouse 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) Replace hole #16 with new hole #18 in the Spring 2001, depending on length of approval process; b) Relocate the golf course operations using a temporary clubhouse structure, in the Fall 2001; TC Reso. 01-06 Page 5 c) 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; d) Then construct the residential portion of the project, which is anticipated as an 18-month project, including the upgrades of the golf course; and e) Construct the tennis structures approximately the same time as the residential buildings. 15.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. 16.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. • 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: 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 at approximately 2,400 square feet each with kitchens, 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. TC Reso.01-06 Page 6 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 new and revised requirements of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, at the time the Preliminary Plan PUD application is filed, with the following conditions: 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 15.Construction Management Plan. 16.The intended future uses and operational plans, including provisions for parking, for the Fairway Conference Center and old clubhouse. TC Reso. 01-06 Page 7 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 downstream of the project. Further, the impact report should address water rights management and the maintenance of adequate water flowage through the creek. b) Explore the possibility of coordinating 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. b) Consider the possibility of flattening the tee areas. TC Reso. 01-06 Page 8 4. Softball Field: a) Explore the possibility of reorienting the softball field, taking into consideration the sun angles, during the Preliminary Plan PUD review. b) Define a land area and assure whether it is of sufficient size and orientation for recreational purposes, a softball field, and music festivals. c) At the Town's option, the softball field shall be conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village. 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 not 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. TC Reso. 01-06 Page 9 b) The traffic study for the Phase I project, recently submitted to the Town during this Sketch Plan review, is deemed 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 Clubhouse 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. TC Reso.01-06 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) If the main entrance to the Club off of Snowmass Club Circle is relocated, a pedestrian connection and bridge crossing must be retained to the new bus stop location. d) A new bus stop and shelter shall be constructed by the applicant for down valley access (i.e., on the south side of Brush Creek Road) near the intersection of the paved trail, from the employee housing area. 8. Pedestrian Circulation, 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, thence traversing between the planned wetland area and new Fairway #9, to the new clubhouse location in order to better serve multiple uses such as the new clubhouse/restaurant, the employee housing complex, other trails, and the tennis and club facilities. 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, to connect Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle and the existing trail located farther to the west across the main entrance. c) 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 a comprehensive trail plan for the site 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. • TC Reso.01-06 Page 11 e) e f t e Town's Tra' Co e for r a hard surface, ype trail along Highli Ro , he applicant and the Town shall jointly provide a nature/foot trai along rush Creek from Clubhouse Drive, along the south of the Water and Sanitation facilities, and then northeasterly to a point near the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Highline Road. Easements, as needed, shall be provided by the applicant. f) In addition to the above condition, the applicant shall provide an easement for a trail connection south of Snowmass Club Circle between Clubhouse Drive (by the Mountain Bell facility) and Fairway Drive within the Country Club Estates development. g) That the Preliminary Plan PUD demonstrates, as needed, that the Town has easements for all existing and proposed trails on the site, including the planned trail along Highline Road. h) Any license or easement agreement from the applicant for all pedestrian, bicycle, and Nordic trail locations and an accessory structure location for a maintenance vehicle must be provided for the benefit of the Town. i) 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 comer of the tennis structure due to existing site constraints. 9. Architecture, Landscaping, and Exterior Lighting: a) 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. b) Divert the underground driveway connecting the below-grade parking in the two southern residential buildings in order to achieve angled or unparalleled building footprints between the two structures. c) 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. TC Reso.01-06 Page 12 d) Explore the possibility of lowering the flat roof portion of the residential buildings, as a means to improve the separation and articulation of the roof forms. e) 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 16A-4-320]. f) 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. g) 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. h) 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. j) 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 the use of ballard lighting, and that other lighting for parking lots should be shielded and downcast with use of low-wattage light sources. Further, lighting for the new 150-space clubhouse parking lot should be turned off at night after a certain time. k) TOSV Land Use and Development Code Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards, references compliance with Article IV and Code Section 16A- 4-340, Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character. Particularly, views from neighboring developments shall be evaluated per subsection 5) during the review of the Preliminary Plan PUD application. + TC Reso. 01-06 Page 13 10. Applicability of New Code Changes and Community Purposes Criteria: Town Council finds that the recent Code revisions per Ordinance No. 07 and No. 15, Series of 2000, apply to the Preliminary and Final PUD applications for this project, with the following exceptions and conditions: a) The new unit equivalency chart (per Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2000), will not apply to this project. b) The new 65% threshold rule (per Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2000), for applicability of community purpose criteria, will apply to the project. The following Community Purpose items offered by the applicant are sufficient to allow buildout of 21 fractional ownership condominiums at approximately 2,400 square feet per unit: 1) A license agreement will be provided to the Town from the applicant to assure the continued ability to set and use Nordic trails on Parcel 10 (e.g., the golf course area); 2) A site with electric service will be provided to the Town for use by the Nordic Council to allow a permanent structure for housing a vehicle for Nordic trail maintenance as previously described in this resolution. 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, as previously described in this resolution, which will improve water quality and aesthetics of the creek; 4) A new trail easement will be provided to the Town from Clubhouse Drive to Snowmass Club Circle (e.g., between the proposed residential buildings along Brush Creek); 5) Provision of additional trail easements by the applicant to the Town for trails shown on the Trail Map and in the Comprehensive Plan for which easements do not already exist, with the exception of the east-west trail planned to be removed; 6) Full-time residents of the Town who are employed 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. The fees/rates, conditions, and restrictions which apply shall be addressed during the review of the Preliminary Plan PUD application; TC Reso.01-06 Page 14 7) A new bus stop and shelter shall be constructed by the applicant for down valley access (i.e., on the south side of Brush Creek Road) near the intersection of the paved trail, from the employee housing complex; 8) Define a land area and determine whether it is of sufficient size and orientation for recreational purposes, a softball field, and music festival purposes. At the Town's option, the softball field shall be conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village. The method of conveyance to the Town of this area shall be deferred until later and prior to completion of the Preliminary Plan PUD application review process, in order to maintain of the option to potentially realign Brush Creek Road per provisions of the Ancillary Improvements Agreement dated January 20, 2000; 9) Notwithstanding the above, the applicant shall provide the Town a reservation, which would allow a future improvement of the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Highline Road, as long as it does not interfere with the redesigned golf course. During the redesign, consideration of future intersection improvements will be coordinated by the applicant with the Town; and 10)The existing employee housing complex in Parcel 12 shall be deed restricted. c) Section 4-410, Restricted Housing Requirements, 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. The Town Council also considered the quantity and quality of the employee housing constructed as part of Phase I of this development. Following consideration of the facts, the Town Council finds that: 1) The revised employee housing calculations, following the ratios per Ordinance No. 07, Series of 2000, are accurate when comparing the original Club with the combined Phase I and II uses. 2) The seven employee housing units previously provided for the original 76-unit Lodge was accepted as being equivalent to the employee housing requirement for the 30 condominium units approved and redeveloped in Phase I. The 61 employee housing units approved in Phase I was considered a community purpose benefit. The employee housing required for Phase II is a mitigation issue and not considered a Community Purpose issue. The Phase 11 employee housing TC Reso. 01-06 Page 15 requirement is 5,824 square feet following the revised employee housing ratios and calculations outlined in Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2000 (i.e., the difference between the original club and the combination of Phase I & II utilizing the revised rates). 3) Due to the applicant agreeing to deed restrict, for employee housing purposes, the one additional manager's unit of 1,700 square feet built in Phase I, it may be credited against the 5,824 square feet of employee housing required for Phase ll. 4) Per the above stipulation, the 4,124 square feet remaining for employee housing required for Phase II shall be fulfilled with a future project proposed by the applicant, successors, and/or interests. 5) In addition to the employee housing requirements for the Snowmass Club Phase II project, and pursuant to Ordinance No. 9, Series of 1994 (Under Findings, Section "o" Employee Housing, pages 16 and 17), the applicant is required to provide employee housing as needed for the previous ski area expansion per subsections [i & ii], under the terms of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 1992. 6) In addition to the above requirement, 1,936 square feet of employee housing per subsection [iii] of the same ordinance and section, is required for previous facility expansions within the Snowmass Ski Area, under the terms of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 1992. 7) The applicant commits that the employee housing required, per conditions 4, 5 and 6 above, will be constructed by January 1, 2006. 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. TC Reso.01-06 Page 16 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED as amended, on this 15'' 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