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02-19-01 Town Council Packet T)WN 0000TC ,D&w�1e SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL P,4k& ,cr WORK SESSION 02-19-2001 3:00 — 3:30 P.M. SNOWMELT ROAD DISCUSSION -- Hunt Walker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 (Tab A) 3:30 — 3:55 SNOWMASS NATURE CENTER -- Jim Wells/Gracie Oliphant. . . . . . .No Packet Information 3:55 — 4:00 BREAK SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING 02-19-2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 3: RESOLUTION NO. 16, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO ROBERT GAUDIN FOR SERVICE ON THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION -- Mayor T. Michael Manchester. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7 (Tab B) CONSENT AGENDA Item No. 4: RESOLUTION NO. 19, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION GRANTING A MEDICAL LEAVE OF ABSENCE TO DOUGLAS MERCATORIS -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 9 (Tab C) Item No. 5: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR 02-05-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 12 (Tab D) REGULAR AGENDA Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 08, SERIES OF 2001 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND CONSIDERATION OF FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND 02-19-01 tc Page 2 RESTATING THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 10 ARTICLE V OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF SMOKING BY PROHIBITING SMOKING IN ALL ENCLOSED PUBLIC PLACES -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 19 (Tab E) Item No. 7: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 04, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT TO THE SILVERTREE HOTEL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO PERMIT CONSTRUCTION OF A 535 SQUARE FOOT EQUIPMENT STORAGE SHED -- Dean Stahman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 28 (Tab F) Item No. 8: DISCUSSION A SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION BY SPRINT PCS TO ALLOW ANTENNA RECEPTION OR TRANSMISSION DEVICES TO BE PLACED ON THE ROOF OF THE SILVERTREE HOTEL -- Dean Stahman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 28 (Tab F) Item No. 9: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 05, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 16A OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO THIRTY PERCENT(30%) SLOPES, RE-APPLICATION RESTRICTIONS, GARAGE DIMENSIONAL LIMITATIONS, ACCESSORY UNITS AND CERTAIN DEFINITIONS. -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 49 (Tab G) Item No. 10: RESOLUTION NO. 18, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A NEW SCHEDULE FOR REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL -- Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 65 (Tab H) Item No. 11: MANAGER'S REPORT -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 68 (Tab 1) Item No. 12: DISCUSSION ELECTION ISSUES -- Trudi Worline/Steve Connor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 75 (Tab J) 02-19-01 tc Page 3 Item No. 13: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/ STATUS REPORT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 78 (Tab K) Item No. 14: CALENDARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 86 (Tab L) Item No. 15: EXECUTIVE SESSION • PRIVILEGED ATTORNEY/CLIENT DISCUSSIONS DROSTE VS 7 STAR Colorado revised Statues 24-6-4-2 (3) (a) Snowmass Village Municipal Code Chapter 2, Article III, Section 2-45 (b) (3), Executive Sessions. TOWN MANAGER SEMI-ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REVIEW Colorado revised Statues 24-6-4-2 (3) (a) Snowmass Village Municipal Code Chapter 2, Article III, Section 2-45 (b) (7) , Executive Sessions. Item No. 16: 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: February 19, 2001 Agenda Item: Snowmelt Rd. Replacement Presented By: Hunt Walker Core Issues: 1. Upper Snowmelt Rd. is operating on borrowed time. 2. The TOV section of Snowmelt Rd. should be replaced soon. 3. The Outside Road should be coordinated with the replacement of Upper Snowmelt Rd. 4. Funding is only available for either Upper Snowmelt Rd. or the TOV section. S. Building more then one section of Snowmelt Rd. could require an election. Background: In August of 1999, during the preparation of the 2000 Budget, staff recommended to council that we rebuild and replace Upper Snowmelt Road (from Elbert Lane to the top of the heated section below TOV). Council agreed with the recommendation, and starting January 1, 2000, the road Fund Mill Levy was increased to 5 mills. The increase in the mill levy produces an extra one million dollars per year, which has been reserved for the Upper Snowmelt Road Project. By the end of the year 2002, the Upper Snowmelt Reserve will be approximately$3,000,000. In 1999, staff assumed replacing the TOV (Top of the Village Condominiums) section of snowmelt road could be deferred to a later date. Unfortunately, this section of snowmelt road began experiencing leaks during the fall of 2000. Two leak detection specialists were unable to locate the leaks. After doing extensive research, staff selected a sophisticated "stop leak" product and inserted it into the snowmelt piping system. The product stopped the leaks, and the snowmelt system for the TOV snowmelt road is performing better than it has in the recent past. Through the planning of the Mall Transit Facility in 2000, a third section of road to be snowmelted was identified: the Outside Road (from lot 4, around the new Mall Transit Facility, to the extension of Daly Lane). If the Transit Facility were to be built, there is a high probability that the outside road would be the first part of the project to be built. // Council Options: 1. Replace the TOV section of snowmelt road: projected cost $1,863,856. (see attached) 2. Replace Upper Snowmelt Road: projected cost $3,248,905. (see attached) 3. Build the Outside Road: projected cost $1,918,000. Although staff has not done a thorough analysis of the ramifications of combining some or all of these options, theoretically, all three options could be done in the same year. Staff Recommendation: Proceed with Option #2: replace upper snowmelt road. Begin the drainage work in the fall of 2001, and demolish and rebuild the road in the spring of 2002 (see attached schedule). Defer Option #1 until 2003 or 2004 by extending the mill levy another two years. If the Mall Transit Facility becomes a reality, coordinate Option#3 with Options#1 and#2. 00 0010 Town of Snowmass Projected Costs of Upper Snowmelt Road Top of Village Section Prepared by Schmueser Gordon Meyer, Inc. 2116101 DESCRIPTION HISTORICAL PROJECTED ESTIMATED ESTIMATED UNIT COSTS UNIT COSTS QUANTITY COST General Site Work 13.28 16.60 19 053.00 316 279.60 Roadway Surface 23.25 29.06 19,053.00 553 727.81 Drainage 4.54 5.68 19,053.00 108125.78 Concrete Sidewalks 16.56 20.70 5,720.00 118 404.00 Irrigation System 16.27 20.34 960.00 19 524.00 Miscellaneous Utilities 76.59 95.74 960.00 91 908.00 Allowance for Boller 100 000.00 Total Projected Hard Costs 1,307,969.39 Miscellaneous Engineering Design C 7% 91,557.86 Project Management 5% 65,398.47 Administration/Legal 2% 26,159.39 TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS 1,491,085.10 Contingency 25% 372 771.28 TOTAL 1,863,856.38 LIST OF ASSUMPTIONS: 1. Historical costs are calculated from the actual costs of Lower Snowmelt Road. Those costs have been increased by 5% per year for five years from 1997 to 2002. 2. New road Is assumed to be 20 feet wide. Sidewalks are assumed to be 6 feet wide on the lodge side, with no sidewalk on the other side. 3. The new road Is assumed to extend from the top of the unheated section below TOV to the top of the heated section at the TOV. 4. The existing boiler at the Top of the Villageis very old and In poor condition. A$100,000.00 allowance has been Included for replacement of that boiler. 5. The cost of re-landscaping,except for the Irrigation system Is not included. 6. The cost of any utility extension or modifications not directly related to the road construction are not Included. Individual ,utility companies should comment on necessary upgrades to theirs stems. 3 • SMR-TOV.xIs Page 3 Town of Snowmass Projected Costs of Upper Snowmelt Road Elbert Lane to Top of Village Prepared by Schmueser Gordon Meyer, Inc. 2116101 DESCRIPTION HISTORICAL PROJECTED ESTIMATED ESTIMATED UNIT COSTS UNIT COSTS QUANTITY COST General Site Work 13.28 16.60 35,264.00 585 382.40 Roadway Surface 23.25 29.06 35,264.00 1,024,860.00 Drainage 4.54 5.68 35,264.00 200,123.20 Concrete Sidewalks 16.56 20.70 13 540.00 280 278.00 Irrigation System 16.27 20.34 1,200.00 24 405.00 Miscellaneous Utilities 76.59 95.74 1,200.00 114 885.00 Allowance for Boller 50 000.0 Total Projected Hard Costs i 2,279,933.601 Miscellaneous Costs En Inee ing Design Q 7% 159,595.35 Project Management 5% 113 996.68 Administration/Legal 2% 4 TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS 2,599,124.30 Contingency 25% 649,761.08 TOTAL 3 248 905.38 LIST OF ASSUMPTIONS: 1. Historical costs are calculated from the actual costs of Lower Snowmelt Road. Those costs have been Increased by 5% per year for five years from 1997 to 2002. 2. New road is assumed to be 20 feet wide. Sidewalks are assumed to be 6 feet wide on the lodge side, and 4'wide on the parking lot side. 3. The new road Is assumed to extend from Elbert Lane to the top of the unheated section below TOV. 4. It Is assumed that the current boilers in the Parcel C will have enough capacity to heat the entire new road section. No new boilers are Included. However,a$50,000.00 allowance has been included for Improvements to that system. 5. The cost of re-landscaping, except for the Irrigation system is not Included. 6. The cost of any utility extension or modifications not directly related to the road construction are not Included. Individual utility companies should comment on necessary upgrades to their systems. low r SMR-Elbert to TOV.xIs Page 3 MEMORANDUM VIA FAX: 923-3794 DATE: February 5, 2001 TO: Hunt Walker FROM:Dean Gordon RE: Upper Snowmelt Road A couple of potential schedules for the construction work. I used a traditional design/bid/ award contract approach. The 2001 schedule assumes we would do drainage work and work outside the concrete roadway this year. In both cases, the roadway itself would be demolished and rebuilt in the same late spring time frame in 2002. Either alternative has an acceptable time schedule at this juncture. The 2001 start of construction, however, would need to begin a design phase within the next 60 days. Plan to use this at our meeting next week. Call with any changes before then. DWG 91004d24/lec Attachment cc: Debbie Duley, SGM, w/attachment S woo UPPER SNOWMELT ROAD PROJECT SCHEDULE Activity Item 2001 Start of Construction 2002 Start of Construction Feasibility Phase February 13 - April 23, 2001 February 13 - October 1, 2001 Design Period April 23 - July 26 October 1 - February 7, 2002 Advertise Bids July 26 February 7 Bid Opening August 16 March 7 Start Construction September 4 April 1 Stop Construction November 2 May 24 Start Construction April 1, 2002 NA Stop Construction May 24, 2002 NA Complete Construction June 28, 2002 June 28 DWG:Iec/schedule 91004D24 WOW �G/ TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 19, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 16, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO ROBERT GAUDIN FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION Presented By: Mayor T. Michael Manchester/Gary Suiter Core Issues: General Info: Robert Guadin was appointed as an Alternate on the Planning Commission in July of 1999 and his term expired January, 2001. This resolution expresses appreciation to Gaudin from Town Staff, Snowmass Village Town Council and Citizens of Snowmass Village. Council Options: Staff Recommendation: Approval. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 16 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO ROBERT GAUDIN FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION WHEREAS, Robert Gaudin was appointed by the Town Council of Snowmass Village to serve as Member of the Planning Commission in July of 1999; and WHEREAS, Robert Gaudin has served 1 year and 8 months with dedication and loyalty to this community; and WHEREAS, Robert Gaudin's hard work and excellent attendance record has been an asset to the Planning Commission and the community; and WHEREAS, Robert Gaudin'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, Planning Commission and the entire Town Staff hereby express their sincere gratitude and appreciation to Robert Gaudin for his 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 19th day of February 2001 with a motion made by Mayor Manchester and seconded 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 iig 00 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 19, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 19, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION GRANTING A MEDICAL LEAVE OF ABSENCE TO DOUGLAS MERCATORIS Presented By: Steve Connor Core Issues: General Info: Council Member Mercatoris has made this request pursuant to Section 2-49 of the Municipal Code. Council Options: Staff Recommendation: Approval. sip I so TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION No. 19 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION GRANTING A MEDICAL LEAVE OF ABSENCE TO DOUGLAS MERCATORIS. WHEREAS, Douglas Mercatoris is a member of the Town Council; and WHEREAS, Mercatoris informed the Town Council on February 19, 2001 that he would be undergoing additional medical treatment that would preclude him from performing his duties as a member of the Town Council for one month to three months commencing on February 21, 2001; and WHEREAS, Section 2-49 of the Municipal Code states as follows: Absences. Any member of the Town Council or a board or commission who shall be absent from two (2) consecutive regularly scheduled meetings without the prior approval of a majority of all the other members shall be considered deficient in performing the duties for which he or she was elected or appointed, and such action shall constitute grounds for removal. Upon the affirmative vote of four (4) members of the Town Council, removal proceedings pursuant to Section 31-4-307, C.R.S., shall be commenced; and WHEREAS, Mercatoris requested the Town Council to grant him a medical leave of absence within the meaning of Section 2-49; and WHEREAS, Section 249 of the Municipal Code authorizes the Town Council to grant prior approval of anticipated absences of a member of the Town Council; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Resolution is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: owe O 1. Medical Leave of Absence. A medical leave of absence within the meaning of Section 2-49 of the Municipal Code is hereby granted to Douglas Mercatoris effective February 21, 2001 and terminating on April 30, 2001. The Town Council extends its support to Mercatoris and desires that he resume his duties as a member of the Town Council expeditiously. 2. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on February 19, 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 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 02-05-2001 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, February 5, 2001 at 4:05 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Douglas Mercatoris, Arnold Mordkin, Robert Purvis, Richard Virtue COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Bernadette Barthelenghi, Landscape Architect; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Laurie Smith, Animal Control Officer; Larry Green, Wildlife Specialist; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Donna Garcia, Secretary/Records Clerk; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, Brent Gardner, Smith, John Sale, Jim Wells, Kevin Wright, John Wilkenson, Jeff Tippet, Dawn Keating, Chase Harrison, Jim Williams and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS Jim Williams, a 25-year resident of Snowmass Village requested that Council consider discontinuing the use of aggregate for snow-packed roads. He explained that use of the aggregate causes dust and pollutes the air, obscures the lines painted on the roads, runoff adds silt into Brush Creek, it is unsightly and detracts from the beauty of Snowmass Village. He requested that the Town consider using an alternative material, such as magnesium chloride, which would serve the same purpose. Williams informed Council that he took a sample of the water in Brush Creek and had it professionally analyzed. He reported that the water contained no hazardous by-products. _a _ 02-05-01 tc Page 2 The Public Works Director explained that the Town has recently discontinued the use of magnesium chloride because of its potential to enter the streams, damage it causes to vehicles and its tendency to dissolve concrete. He reported that the Town has purchased a new street sweeper, due to arrive in the near future, and explained that the new sweeper will provide a cleaner operation, generating less dust. Mayor Manchester informed Williams that Council would take his comment into consideration. CONSENT AGENDA Manchester outlined the policy for process of the Consent Agenda, explaining that all items included on the Consent Agenda will be considered by Council with one vote. Any items that the public or Council wish to further discuss will be removed from the Consent Agenda and included at the end of the Regular Meeting Agenda. Mordkin made a motion to approve the items listed on the Consent Agenda for this Meeting, seconded by Virtue. There was no opposition stated from the public. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Mercatoris abstained, being identified as the applicant of Resolution No. 11, Series of 2001. Item No. 3: RESOLUTION NO. 11. SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING DOUGLAS MERCATORIS TO APPEAR BEFORE THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT AS A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE MOUNTAIN DRAGON RESTAURANT AS AN APPLICANT FOR A TEMPORARY USE PERMIT AUTHORIZING CHINESE NEW YEARS FESTIVITIES Item No. 4: APPROVE WORK SESSION SUMMARIES OF 12-11-01.12-18-00, 01-02-01. 01-15-01. 01-17-01 AND 01-18-01 REGULAR AGENDA NOTE: Mayor Manchester explained that the Agenda changed since notification of the Agenda time for Item No. 5, therefore that Item would be heard last on the Agenda for this Meeting. Item No. 6: DISCUSSION/ACTION SEVEN STAR RANCH FINAL PUD — REQUEST FOR EXTENSION. ow 13� 02-05-01 tc Page 3 The Town Manager informed Council that the Federal Court trial of Droste vs. Snowmass Land Partners (Seven Star Ranch) has been postponed. Frances Krazmanich, Land Use Planner representing Peter Droste and family, stated his client's objection to the request for extension of time from Seven Star Ranch. He requested information regarding the plan for Seven Star Ranch to access the property since the two landowners, whose land would be utilized for the access, have stated their opposition for the access. He further explained that the Droste family requested that he inform the applicant that the access being pursued by Seven Star Ranch is within the same mapping, critical wildlife habitat and steep slopes which Droste is experiencing In a separate application for access to the top of the ridge. The access currently being pursued by Droste for his own use is also the access preferred by the County for Seven Star Ranch access to the top of the ridge. There being no further discussion, Mordkin made a motion to approve the request for extension of time from February 6, 2001 to April 17, 2001, for the Seven Star Ranch Final PUD Review. Mercatoris seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. NOTE: Mayor Manchester stated that Item No. 7 and Item No. 8 would be heard at this time. Item No. 7: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/ STATUS REPORT And Item No. 8: CALENDARS CAST Meetino Manchester reported that he attended a Colorado Association of Ski Towns (CAST) Meeting held recently in Aspen. He informed Council that CAST adopts legislative policy to make an impact on the legislative process. The group discussed the numerous growth-related legislative bills currently before the Legislature and determined that they would wait to take action until the bills surviving the legislative process are identified. The group has also investigated Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT) issues and determined that they would not pursue modifications to the Constitution related to this issue at this time. The group will produce a 'White paper" to educate entities of towns and cities that have enacted a RETT, its uses and benefits. Manchester also reported that Telluride is drafting language to submit to the Legislature to address the rent control issues approved by the Legislature in 2000. The group a- Iq %/ 02-05-01 tc Page 4 also discussed government roles of subsidizing activities within each individual community. The Board agreed to postpone a trip to the Resort of Whistler until the Spring of 2002. CAST Board members also discussed the regulation of transit efforts, the Rural Transportation Authority (RTA) and Employee Housing, and agreed that Snowmass Village is the leading edge regarding employee housing. Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA) Mayor Manchester reported that he attended a Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA) Board of Governors Meeting. Jim France is the new SVRA President. He stated that the SVRA is undergoing major reorganization. SVRA's future financial plans were discussed. Manchester also reported that the group supports the Valley Leadership Forum (VLF). Rural Transportation Authority (RTA) Mayor Manchester reported that he attended a Rural Transportation Authority (RTA) Meeting on January 10, 2001. The group agreed to proceed with the purchase of five additional articulated Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) buses. The buses will be available in approximately nine months to provide an increase in service throughout the Valley from Glenwood Springs to the upper Valley. The Board also agreed to allocate funds for the next design phase of a new maintenance facility in Glenwood Springs. The group will determine if the land at the current facility in Carbondale will be sold or used for other needs such as employee housing. Jim Wilson requested that the RTA Board consider purchasing buses powered by something other than diesel fuel. Manchester reported that Alice Hubbard was hired as the Transitions Team leader. Manchester also reported that RFTA ridership in Snowmass Village for the year 2000 was up 3.4-percent from 1999. Overall, RFTA ridership was up 2.4- percent. Valley service was up by 5.1-percent. Virtue requested that for public safety purposes, staff contact RFTA authorities and request a reduction in the number of buses being staged on Brush Creek Road near the Divide Road intersection. Mercatoris recommended that RFTA maintain ownership of the current Maintenance Facility land in Carbondale. In response to an inquiry from Mercatoris, Manchester explained that the Department of Revenue has determined that sales tax related to the purchase of vehicles in Glenwood Springs by persons living outside the RTA jurisdiction, would not be credited to the RTA. The Town Manager will investigate funds budgeted to address the Town's portion of RTA funding and provide the information to Council in the near future. Mercatoris will attend the next RTA Meeting during Manchester's absence. — i ' 02-05-01 tc Page 5 Parking Lot Users Manchester requested that staff identify users of Parking Lots A, B and C. Reudi Water and Power Mordkin stated that a Reudi Water and Power Board meeting is scheduled for February 22, 2001 in Carbondale. He requested an alternate attend the meeting during his absence. Bus Stop Heaters Mordkin requested an update on his previous request to install heaters at the bus stop on Daly Lane. Code of Ethics In response to a request for clarification, Council asked that Work Session time be set on February 12, 2001 to discuss the Code of Ethics. Council clarified their previous request made to the Town Attorney on this issue. Lower Woodbridge Road Drainage Manchester requested that staff address the drainage problem on lower Woodbridge Road. He explained that run-off from melting snow creates a field of ice during the Winter months, causing a safety hazard. Employee Housing Buildout Virtue reported that he met with Bob Purvis and the Housing Manager regarding Employee Housing issues relating to employee housing buildout, location and the number of units to achieve buildout. The Town Manager explained that staff is working to generate the information. Purvis reported that the Town Manager, Assistant to the Town Manager, Council Member Virtue attended two Valley Leadership Forum (VLF) sessions on January 30, 2001, consisting of 25 and 24 participants, respectively. On Wednesday, January 31, 2001, a third Forum was conducted which included a group of 12 participants under the age of 30. Purvis and Virtue reported that the meetings were successful, encouraging, and a valuable experience for all involved. Council called a 15-minute recess at 4:57 p.m. Mayor Manchester reconvened the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council at 5:02 p.m. 02-05-01 tc Page 6 Item No. 5: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 02, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 10-29 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING SEASONAL TRAIL CLOSURES The Community Development Director, Craig Thompson, provided a history of the trail closure dates. He explained that this Ordinance requests removal or modification of Fall closure dates on certain trails within Snowmass Village. He provided a map and identified the trails in question. Thompson reported that a meeting was held with area wildlife biologists to discuss the trail closure issues from a biological point of view, which did not produce a consensus for biological identification to maintain the trail closure dates. A compromise was reached whereby the group agreed that staff recommendations to remove the closure dates would remain the same, however Council could direct staff to form a working group to investigate the feasibility of continuing wildlife monitoring in the specific areas. All those in attendance at the meeting supported the compromise. Letters of support and opposition of the trail closures have been included in the packet of information provided for this Meeting. For the record, the Community Development Director submitted one additional letter and petition from Jane Fensterwalk, which contained approximately 14 signatures supporting removal of the trail closure dates. Larry Green, Town Wildlife Specialist, provided information on wildlife issues related to the trails and the results of years of study made by Wildlife expert Dan Baharay. Jeff Tippett, of the Trails Committee, stated that the public has requested the trail closure dates be removed. Kevin Wright, Department of Wildlife, stated that he, along with other Wildlife Biologists, have proven that the trail closures would not affect the wildlife. He stated that the trails could not be closed based on wildlife issues. Dawn Keating submitted a document from Wildlife Biologist to be entered into the record for this Meeting. She stated that the Fall closures were intended as an enhancement issue, and a buffer area was identified, to allow the elk to move back into the East Village area. Dan Baharav's studies have shown that the elk have not moved back into the buffer area at this time. John Wilkinson of the Trails Committee, submitted a petition containing signatures of approximately 100 members of the community who are requesting that the trail closure dates be removed. He reported that the Trails Committee agreed to rely on the wildlife experts findings that removal of the trail closures would not impact area wildlife. The group also agreed that the Spring trail closures need to remain in effect. �� v 02-05-01 tc Page 7 Jim Wells requested clarification on reasons for the closures as enacted in 1994, if trail use during these dates was not impactive to wildlife. In response to an inquiry from Sean Schumaker, Kevin Wright stated that he felt the elk herd in East Village would probably move to Glendale Divide when the Guber property is developed. Schumaker stated his position in agreement with continuing monitoring of wildlife in this area. He also expressed a concern that resending the East Village mitigation may set a precedent that mitigations are open to re- evaluation. In response to an inquiry from Mercatoris, Wright stated that if there were no human pressure on the animals and no hunting within the area, Fall closure of the trails would not be a benefit to the elk. In response to an inquiry from John Sale, Larry Green said that the elk are staying in area "A", just as Dr. Baharav previously predicted during the East Village development reviews. After further discussion, Virtue made a motion to accept the recommendation made by staff and continue monitoring of wildlife in the area. Mercatoris seconded the motion. Mercatoris stated that he would vote against this Ordinance, erring on the side of"least disturbance to wildlife". Council further discussed the issue. Mercatoris made a motion to amend the Ordinance to include fines of $50.00 as a first offense, and a summons to Municipal Court with fines up to $1,000 from the Snowmass Village Municipal Court upon a second offense, for violation of trail closure dates. Virtue seconded the motion to amend and requested that staff move forward with the task of monitoring the area and that funding for the monitoring be identified. The motion to amend was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester called the question and First Reading of the Ordinance was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 2 opposed. Council Members Virtue, Purvis and Mordkin voted in favor. Mayor Manchester and Mercatoris were opposed. Item No. 9: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Mercatoris made a motion to adjourn the Meeting. Virtue seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 6:25 p.m. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk _ fig _ TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING WHEN: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2001 WHERE: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KEARNS ROAD 2ND FLOOR SNOWMASS CENTER BUILDING WHY: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: ORDINANCE NO. 08, SERIES OF 2001, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 10 ARTICLE V OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF SMOKING BY PROHIBITING SMOKING IN ALL ENCLOSED PUBLIC PLACES TIME: AT A MEETING WHICH BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: TELEPHONE: 923-3777 INTERNET ACCESS TO COUNCIL E-MAIL: http://www.tosv.com CITIZEN FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 922-6727 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on 02-07-2001. 00► 19 • TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 19, 2001 Presented By: Stephen R. Connor, Town Attorney Subject: ORDINANCE No. 8, SERIES OF 2001. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 10 ARTICLE V OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF SMOKING BY PROHIBITING SMOKING IN ALL ENCLOSED PUBLIC PLACES. Overview: Following the February 12, 2001 Town Council meeting, I modified the Ordinance to include the amendments that were approved at the meeting. Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance. _CPCW TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 8 SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 10 ARTICLE V OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF SMOKING BY PROHIBITING SMOKING IN ALL ENCLOSED PUBLIC PLACES. WHEREAS, the Town Council enacted smoking regulations by the adoption of Ordinance No. 6, Series of 1989; and WHEREAS, in considering Ordinance No. 6, Series of 1989, the Town Council found that studies by the Surgeon General of the United States, the National Academy of Sciences and other health organizations have linked passive exposure to tobacco smoke (second hand smoke) to a variety of negative health conditions in nonsmokers; and WHEREAS,the current provisions of the Municipal Code authorize smoking in bars, restaurants and public places in certain limited circumstances; and WHEREAS, employees of bars in which smoking is permitted have petitioned the Town Council to prohibit smoking in their work places as they feel that they are unnecessarily being exposed to environmental tobacco smoke which they believe to be detrimental to their health; and WHEREAS, the Surgeon General of the United States issued a fact sheet in 2000 concerning Clean Indoor Air Regulations; and WHEREAS, the fact sheet contains the following information regarding environmental tobacco smoke (ETS): 1. As reported in 1992 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA), exposure to tobacco smoke in the environment can cause lung cancer in adult nonsmokers. Environmental tobacco smoke(ETS)also has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease among nonsmokers. 2. ETS causes about 3,000 lung cancer deaths annually among adult nonsmokers. 3. In 1997, the California EPA concluded that ETS causes coronary heart disease and death in nonsmokers. Scientific studies have estimated that ETS accounts for as many as 62,000 deaths from coronary heart disease annually in the United States. 4. The 1992 EPA report also concluded that ETS causes serious respiratory A wo Ordinance No.8, Series of 2001 Page 2 problems in children,such as greater number and severity of asthma attacks and lower respiratory tract infections. ETS exposure increases children's risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and middle ear infections as well. 5. Each year ETS causes 150,000-300,000 lower respiratory tract infections, such as pneumonia and bronchitis, in children. 6. In a large U.S. study, maternal exposure during pregnancy and postnatal exposure of the newborn to ETS increased the risk for SIDS. 7. Comparative risk studies performed by the EPA have consistently found ETS to be a risk to public health. ETS is classified as a group A carcinogen (known to cause cancer in humans)underthe EPA's carcinogen assessment guidelines. 8. Several studies have documented the widespread exposure of ETS among nonsmoking .adults and children in the United States. Testing nonsmokers' blood for the presence of cotinine, a chemical produced when the body metabolizes nicotine, shows that nearly 9 out of 10 nonsmoking Americans (88%) are exposed to ETS. 9. A 1988 National Health Interview Survey reported that an estimated 37% of the 79.2 million nonsmoking U.S. workers were employed in places that permitted smoking in designated areas, and that 59% of these workers experienced moderate or great discomfort from ETS exposure in the workplace. 10. The federal government has instituted increasingly stringent regulations on smoking in its own facilities. On August 9, 1997, an Executive Order was issued declaring that Executive Branch federal worksites be smoke-free, there-by protecting nonsmoking federal employees and thousands of citizens who visit federal facilities from the dangers of ETS. 11. Only the state of California meets the nation's Healthy People 2010 objective to eliminate exposure to ETS by either banning indoor smoking or limiting it to separately ventilated areas. 12. Thirty-one states have laws that regulate smoking in restaurants; of these, only Utah and Vermont completely prohibit smoking in restaurants. California requires either a no smoking area or separate ventilation for aop� ~ Ordinance No.8, Series of 2001 Page 3 smoking areas; and WHEREAS, a finding in the 2000 report Reducing Tobacco Use:A Report of the Surgeon General concerning Clean Indoor Air Regulation, states as follows: Unlike the regulation of tobacco products per se and of their advertising and promotion, regulation of exposure to ETS has encountered less resistance. This course is probably the result of (1) long-standing grassroots efforts to diminish exposure to ambient tobacco smoke and (2) consistent epidemiologic evidence of adverse health effects of ETS. Since 1971, a series of rules, regulations, and laws have created smoke-free environments in an increasing number of settings:government offices, public places,eating establishments, worksites, military establishments, and domestic airline flights. As of December 31, 1999, smoking was restricted in public places in 45 states and the District of Columbia. Currently, some 820 local ordinances, encompassing a variety of enforcement mechanisms, are in place. The effectiveness of clean indoor air restrictions is under intensive study. Most studies have concluded that even among smokers, support for smoking restrictions and smoke-free environments is high. Research has also verified that the institution of smoke-free workplaces effectively reduces nonsmokers'exposure to ETS.Although smoke-free environments have not reduced smoking prevalence in most studies,such environments have been shown to decrease daily tobacco consumption among smokers and to increase smoking cessation; and WHEREAS, a further finding in the report Reducing Tobacco Use:A Report of the Surgeon General concerning environmental tobacco smoke states as follows: ETS contains more than 4,000 chemicals; of these, at least 43 are known carcinogens (Environmental Protection Agency. Respiratory Health Effects of Passive Smoking: Lung Cancer and Other Disorders. Washington: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Office of Air and Radiation, 1992. Publication No. EPA/600/6-90/OO6F). Exposure to ETS has serious health effects (US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service,2000. US Department of Health and Human Services. Healthy People 2000: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives. Washington: US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, 1991. DHHS Publication No. (PHS) 91-50212). Despite this documented risk, research has demonstrated that more than 88 percent of nonsmokers in this country aged 4 years and older 00� am Ordinance No.B, Series of 2001 Page 4 had detectable levels of serum cotinine,a marker for exposure to ETS(Pirkle JL, Flegal KM, Bernert JT, Brody DJ, Etzel RA, Maurer KR. Exposure of the US population to environmental tobacco smoke: the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988 to 1991. Journal of the American Medical Association 1996;275(16):1233-40.).The research reviewed in this report indicates that smoking bans are the most effective method for reducing ETS exposure. Four Healthy People 2010 objectives address this issue and seek optimal protection of non-smokers through policies, regulations, and laws requiring smoke-free environments in all schools, worksites, and public places; and WHEREAS, a conclusion of Chapter 5 Regulatory Efforts regarding Clean Indoor Air Regulation of the report Reducing Tobacco Use: A Report of the Surgeon General states as follows: Although population-based data show declining environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure in the workplace over time, ETS exposure remains a common public health hazard that is entirely.prevent-able. Most state and local laws for clean indoor air reduce but do not eliminate nonsmokers' exposure to ETS; smoking bans are the most effective method for reducing ETS exposure. Beyond eliminating ETS exposure among nonsmokers, smoking bans have additional benefits, including reduced smoking intensity and potential cost savings to employers. Optimal protection of nonsmokers and smokers requires a smoke-free environment; and WHEREAS, the Surgeon General states in the report Reducing Tobacco Use: A Report of the Surgeon General that: Tobacco use will remain the leading cause of preventable illness and death in this nation and a growing number of other countries until tobacco prevention and control efforts are commensurate with the harm caused by tobacco use; and WHEREAS,the Town Council hereby incorporates by reference Reducing Tobacco Use:A Report of the Surgeon General as referred to above; and WHEREAS, the Town Council received and considered comment from concerned employees of bars In which smoking is permitted, the owner of a businesses in which smoking is permitted and the public at a work session occurring on February 5, 2001,from the public at a hearing occurring on February 19, 2001 and comment given by the public t4au Ordinance No.8, Series of 2001 Page 5 during the consideration of this Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the hazards caused by environmental tobacco smoke are an unnecessary health hazard for employees as well as patrons of public areas including restaurants and bars; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that smoking is not a right, but a privilege and that the exercise of such privilege to smoke in public places is harmful to the health of the public; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that it is in the interest of public health that the existing prohibition on smoking be extended to all enclosed public places; 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. Smoking Prohibition in Public Places. The provisions of Chapter 10 Article V Smoking Regulation of the Municipal Code are amended and restated as follows: Sec. 10-81 Declaration of Policy. Smoking and environmental tobacco smoke have been established to be Group A carcinogens that cause cancer in humans. It is the express policy of the Town Council that abstention from smoking occur in public places. As a public policy objective, the Town Council desires that smoking not occur in public places and that the public effectuate this policy to the greatest extent practicable. Sec. 10-82. Definitions. As used in this Article,the following words shall be construed to have the meanings defined below: (1) Public place means any area where the public is invited or permitted. (2) Smoking means the combustion of any cigar, cigarette, pipe or similar article, using any form of tobacco or other combustible substance in any form, other than for theatrical performances by an employee of an establishment. WZAS Ordinance No.8, Series of 2001 Page 6 Sec. 10-83. Smoking Prohibited. Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed public places. Sec. 10-84. Signs. All enclosed public places shall be posted with signs that clearly and conspicuously recite the phrase "No Smoking" or use the international no-smoking symbol. The signs shall be of sufficient number and placed in prominent locations to convey the message that smoking is prohibited to the public clearly and legibly. Sec. 10-85. Violation and penalty. The following acts constitute violations of this Article: (1) Smoking in an enclosed public place; (2) Failing to post signs as required by this Article; (3) Willfully destructing or defacing signs required to be posted by this Article. 2. Effective Date. The provisions of this Ordinance shall become effective and shall be enforceable commencing at 2:00 o'clock a.m. on May 1, 2001. 3. 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 February 12, 2001 upon a motion by Council Member ,the second of Council Member ,and upon a vote of in favor and _ against, Council Member Mercatoris recused. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on February 19, 2001 upon a motion by Council Member ,the second of Council Member ,and upon a vote of in favor and _ against, Council Member Mercatoris recused. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE /Ay Ordinance No.8, Series of 2001 Page 7 T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk 4;2 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 19, 2001 Agenda Item: First Reading — Ordinance No. 04, Series of 2001, an ordinance concerning an amendment to the Silvertree Hotel Planned Unit Development Plan to permit construction of a 535 square foot equipment storage shed. Discussion—Special Review application by Sprint PCS to allow Antenna reception or transmission devices to be placed on the roof of the Silvertree Hotel. Presented By: Dean C. Stahman, Planner Core Issues: The Minor PUD Amendment is to allow the construction of a 535 square foot storage shed adjacent to the Silvertree Hotel. The Public Hearing and Second Reading will occur on March 5. The Special Review is to allow the placement and operation of reception and transmission antenna from atop the Silvertree Hotel. No action is required at this time as the Special Review will be fully considered on March 5. The attached communique supplement contains the applicable review standards. There are standards for antenna reception and transmission devices, for Minor PUD Amendments, and for Special Review applications. The core issues for these applications include compliance with the review standards and whether or not these uses are appropriate for this location. General Info: Exhibit A contains site plans and elevation drawings for this proposal. Exhibit B is the application. Exhibit C is a letter granting Sprint PCS permission to utilize the Silvertree Hotel as a cell site. Exhibit D is Planning Commission Resolution No. 03, Series 2001, which recommended approval of both applications. Exhibit E contains photo simulations depicting the visual impacts from these proposals. Exhlbit F is a vicinity map. The application generally meets the aforementioned review standards for antenna reception and transmission devices, for Special Review and Minor PUD Amendment applications. It should be noted, however, that comments are yet to be received from surrounding property owners since notification of the March 5 Public Hearing has not occurred as of this writing. Bob Johnson with the Interlude Condominiums will be present at the meeting to express their initial concerns. P:IuseAdstahman%SprinlSWed=_TCmwiD2 B.doc `� Sprint PCS last year received approval for a similar cell site at the rodeo grounds. They were to have painted the antennas attached to one of the arena light poles to match the color of the pole. This has not yet occurred but the applicant intends to have it painted in the Spring.There are other cell sites operating at the Silvertree Hotel. The visual impacts from the antenna and the storage area should be minimal. The storage shed will face the Interlude property. The area adjacent to the storage shed is used to pile plowed snow. To accommodate the storage shed, the snow will have to be plowed elsewhere and it seems that sufficient space exists to do so. Greg Smith of Snowmass Village Public Works Department has reviewed the application and has requested a minimum setback from Gallun Lane of five (5)feet for the storage shed and any landscaping. The Planning Commission added conditions in their recommendation. These include: providing landscaping to buffer and screen the shed from the road; fully enclosing the shed; and using materials and colors to compliment existing adjacent structures. The underlying zone district, the Silvertree PUD, allows antenna reception and transmission devices. A portion of the storage shed lies withln a recorded easement. Findings 2 and 3 of Ordinance No. 4 address this issue. Mailed notice will be sent to neighboring property owners fifteen days prior to the March 5'" Public Hearing. We anticipate more comments as the proposal information is disseminated Denise Griffin (applicant)will be at the public hearing to answer any questions regarding these applications. Council Options: First Reading approval, approval with conditions or denial. Staff Staff recommends first reading approval of the enclosed Recommendation: ordinance. Final action regarding the ordinance and Special Review resolution will occur March 5 when more public comments will be provided. P:WserVdstehmenlSPAMSWerb'ee_TCmerno2 B.doc �/' COMMUNIQUE SUPPLEMENT A proposed antenna reception or transmission device shall comply with the following standards [Sec. 16A-3-250]: (1) Dimensional limitations. The installation of an antenna shall comply with the dimensional limitations of the underlying zone district. (2) Not located in right-of-way. An antenna shall not be placed in a public or private right-of-way. (3) Danger. An antenna shall not cause any increased danger to neighboring property in the vent of a collapse or other failure. The proposed antenna installation may be denied if it Is determined that any collapse or failure would cause to neighboring property. (4) Visibility. The decision-making body shall determine whether the visibility of the antenna has been reduced to the highest degree possible, including, but not limited to, sensitive choice placement, screening with fencing, landscaping, subgrade placement, use of earth tone colors and any other effective means that screens the antenna and does not appear to be unnatural on the site. The proposed antenna installation may be denied If It Is determined that the visibility has not been sufficiently reduced.(Ord.4-1 998— 1) An application for a special review use shall comply with the following standards [Sec. 16A-5-230(e)]: (1) Consistent with Comprehensive Plan. The proposed use shall be consistent with the intent of the Town of Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan. (2) Comply with standards of Development Code. The proposed use shall comply with all other applicable standards of the Development Code, including, but not limited to: a. Zone district standards. The purpose of the zone district in which It is located, the dimensional limitations of that zone district and any standards applicable to the particular use, all as specified in Article III, Zone Districts. b. Development evaluation standards. The applicable standards specified in Article IV, Development Evaluation Standards. (3) Compatible. The proposed use shall be appropriate to its proposed location and be compatible with the character of surrounding land uses in the area, and shall not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. (4) Adequacy of access. Access to the site shall be adequate for the proposed use, considering the width of adjacent streets, their grades, intersection safety, visibility and entrance Into the area to be developed. When appropriate, public transportation, or other public or private transportation services, and appropriate pedestrian facilities, shall be made available to serve the use. (5) Design minimizes adverse impact. The design and operation of the proposed use shall minimize adverse impacts and shall not create a nuisance, considering such impacts as traffic congestion or traffic hazards, service delivery, parking and loading, trash removal, odors, noise, glare and vibration. (6) Design minimizes environmental Impact. The proposed use shall minimize environmental impacts and shall not cause significant deterioration of water and air resources, wildlife habitat, scenic resources and other natural resources. (7) Facilities. There shall be adequate public facilities available to serve the proposed use, or the applicant shall propose necessary improvements to address service deficiencies that the use would cause. In particular, the applicant shall demonstrate that adequate water supply and sewage disposal service is available for the proposed use, including sufficient water pressure and proximity to fire hydrants to provide for fire protection needs. (8) Parking. Sufficient off-street parking shall be provided for the proposed use. An application for minor amendment to a final PUD shall comply with the following standards [Sec. 16A-5-390 (3)]: a. Consistent with original PUD. The proposed amendment shall be consistent with, or an enhancement of, the original PUD approval. b. No substantially adverse Impact.The proposed amendment shall not have a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood surrounding the land where the amendment is proposed, or have a substantially adverse impact o the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from the subject property. C. Not change character. The proposed amendment shall not change the basic character if the PUD of surrounding areas. d. Comply with other applicable standards. The proposed amendment shall comply with the other applicable standards of the Division3, Planned Unit Development, including but not limited to Section 16A-5-300(C), General Restrictions, and Section 16-A- 5-310, Review Standards. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 4 SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT TO THE SILVERTREE HOTEL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO PERMIT CONSTRUCTION OF A 535 SQUARE FOOT EQUIPMENT STORAGE SHED. WHEREAS, Sprint Spectrum, LP, (Applicant), has applied for a Minor PUD Amendment to allow construction of a 535 square foot equipment storage shed adjacent to the Silvertree Hotel (site) as shown and described within Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, Silvertree Hotel of Snowmass, LP (Owner) has granted permission for the Applicant to utilize the site, and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has heard a presentation by the applicant and the Town staff on January 17, 2001, and has recommended approval of the Minor PUD Amendment; and WHEREAS, a first reading of the ordinance occurred on February 19, 2001 before the Town Council; and WHEREAS, in accordance with published and mailed notice, a public hearing will be held before the Town Council on March 5, 2001 to receive public comment on the applicant's proposal. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Findings 1. The applicant has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A-5-390 of the Municipal Code to permit the Town Staff, Planning Commission and Town Council an adequate review of the proposed Minor PUD Amendment. 2. The equipment storage area is subject to the terms and conditions contained in the Easements and Rights of Way as set forth in the Declaration of Easements recorded May 17, 1988 in Book 564 at page 147 in the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and recorder. 3. The Town Council finds that their responsibility is to review the application pursuant to Section 16A-5-390 of the Municipal Code and that their authority does not extend to enforcing or applying the provisions of the above referenced Easements and Rights of Way. It should be clear, however, that any approval granted by this resolution does not supercede or negate covenants, restrictions, easements or reservations of record which have been previously granted for the benefit of other parties 4. The minor PUD amendment application, subject to satisfying the conditions stated below, is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Section 16A-5-390(3) of the Municipal Code. Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby approves/denies the Minor PUD Amendment application allowing construction of a 535 square foot equipment storage shed, as shown and described within Exhibit A. Further, any approval would be subject to the conditions stated in Section Three below. Section Three: Conditions. The approval shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. This approval is strictly limited to the enclosed equipment storage shed, as specifically described and located within Exhibit A only. 2. No modifications to or relocation of the storage shed are permitted without further Town Council approval. Customary repair and maintenance is permitted. 3. All necessary Town permits shall be obtained prior to construction of the equipment storage shed described within Exhibit A. 4. The Applicant will provide adequate landscaping to buffer the shed from the road and to soften its appearance while still maintaining a five (5) foot separation from the road. The landscape plan will be reviewed by the Planning Director and Public Works Director. 5. The storage shed will be fully enclosed. 6. The storage shed will use colors and materials to complement existing adjacent structures. 7. The storage shed is not a permanent structure. It can be used only to house Sprint PCS cellular equipment and must be removed upon completion of lease term. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on second reading on this 5th day of March, 2001 by a vote of_to _ TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 12 SERIES OF 2001 A SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION BY SPRINT PCS TO ALLOW ANTENNA RECEPTION OR TRANSMISSION DEVICES TO BE PLACED ON THE ROOF OF THE SILVERTREE HOTEL. WHEREAS, Sprint Spectrum, LP, (Applicant), has applied for Special Review approval to allow six (6) antenna reception or transmission devices to be mounted above the Silvertree Hotel (site) as shown and described within Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, Silvertree Hotel of Snowmass, LP (Owner) has granted permission for the Applicant to utilize the site, and WHEREAS, Section 16A-3-50, Zone District Use Schedule, of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code (Municipal Code) permits antennae reception or transmission devices as an allowed use requiring special review approval in the PUD zone district; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has heard a presentation by the applicant and the Town staff on January 17, 2001, and has recommended approval of the Special Review application; and WHEREAS, in accordance with published and mailed notice, a public hearing will be held before the Town Council on March 5, 2001 to receive public comment on the applicant's proposal. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Findings 1. The applicant has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A-5-230 of the Municipal Code to permit the Town Staff, Planning Commission and Town Council an adequate review of the proposed special review application. 2. The special review application, subject to satisfying the conditions stated below, is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Section 16A-5- 230(e) of the Municipal Code. Section Two: Action Town Council hereby approves/denies the special review application allowing the •3q "' installation of antenna reception or transmission devices atop the Silvertree Hotel, as shown and described within Exhibit A. Further, any approval would be subject to the conditions stated in Section Three below. Section Three: Conditions. The approval shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. This approval is strictly limited to the rooftop antenna, as specifically described and located within Exhibit A only. 2. No modifications to or relocation of the antenna are permitted without further Town Council approval. Customary repair and maintenance is permitted. 3. No increase in the number, height or change in the type of antenna installed on the roof will be permitted without further Town Council approval. 4. All necessary Town permits shall be obtained prior to installation of the antenna described within Exhibit A. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on this 5th day of March, 2001 by a vote of_to TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline,Town Clerk Exhibit A TIC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 P. 1 of 5 -WRALIIIIIIII.,Soft slvi Sprint PCS S" EQUIPMENT ON GRADE & FACADI SILVERTREE HO DN33XC245 100-A ELBERT L SNOWMASS VILLAGE, f •,/`1 II (F•(,; THE FROM CON51515 O! 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AREA O CONSTRUCTION: 5]0 50. Fl. SURVEYOR: VICINITY MAP OCCUPANCY TYPE: B (UNMANNED TELECOMMUNICATIONS NAME wm FACILITY) ADDRESS 5]1} A CITY. STATE. ZIP BOULDE CONSTRUCTION MC CONTACT. IKR G PHONE: Ew CURRENT ZONING: AGENT: ZONING APPLICATON — MIEN[ YD. A FROM I N. ASS 1-70 WEST LI DE GO WE SPRINGS. GO SOUTH B ON AP.N.: APN / CITY. S5 6.69 S ROME) F N. PASS S CREEK D. TO . BE T A ON HOMY B}. 10 BRUSH T THE CITY. STATE. PIP [NGLCN ROAD. FOLLOW BRII$N CM(R RD. 10 FLBCRT UN[. SAVERiRE( H01CL AT THE. HANDICAP REQUIREMENTS: FILMY IS UNMANNED AND NOT FOR POMACE QEy15E END OR W'[' HUMAN HABITATION. HANDICAPPED PHONE: (JO)1 ACCESS NOT REQUIRED. LEASE DESCRIPTION DRIVING DIRECTIONS PROJECT SUMMARY PROJECT TE -- _AL_Sprint. Sprint PCS" 4683 CHABOT DRIVE, SUITE 100 tit PLEASANTON. CA 94588 PROJECT INFORMATION: ® SILVERTREE HOTEL DN33XC245—A 100-A ELBERT LANE SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 COUNTY OF POKIN [CURRENT ISSUE DATE: l 'D/2S/OO� FINAL f E IIREV.:=DATE: DESCRIPTION=BY: INE 0 81615 2 10/75/00 FINAL IDS LT t 6/]}/pp FINAL IDS O QO 6/16/0o FLASH IDS LT .n BE RIORM D ANDUNST&LECDIN SHEET DESCRIMION REV. PLANS PREPARED BY: MAIRNO AIUTHORITIES. NOTHING IN Z-1 TITLE SHEET 2 (RUED TO PERMIT •DR[ NOT '� Z-2 S01(m DATA 2 HCOR/CK & ASSOCUTES, L(C 4.NRTDNN EIECTRIC C60E Ilse Z-3 OVERALL SITE PLAN } EOUIPMENT PLAIT 2 CUK(2I1SC EAG6Y(fRMC sfR a LOru BLAUW DOW 4.oDADarRT OR°NOKES Z-4 ELEVATIONS 2 2329 West MD;. Street, Suite 104 Littleton, Colorodo 80120-6200 Tel: (303) 798-9445 Fox: (303) 798-946 IANCE ilc ONSULTANT; 4EER: •�SSOCA ES. LUC :! MAIN STREEI. SUIT 104 ,MORADO W120-12W 1 ] 145 FAC (1031 791-6462 rDRAWN BY =APV.: :EER: L DRAWN BY: LT T GH ENGINEERING. w FAIR STREET. SunE 220 UCENSURE: COIOTUOo 101}0 &7 FAx: (003) 347-9.20 ISSUED FOR: PAHDE ROW m. 10303 SHEET INDEX FINAL I1 FM (3031 .41-9310 SHEET TITLE: «SOLT.Nc FIRM MAMMA STREET 1 TITLE SHEET ]D. co 1D 111 WFS 1-15D1 FM: (303) 721-6051 SHEET NUMBER: REVISION: amm WPM1. MIT .M SIGNATURE BLOCK Z-1 7 2 Exhibit A TC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 p. 2 of 5 37- WSIiK SI NPp[L[� S.PMI UK .�1 VERALL SITE PLAN ® Z ENLARGED SIT LOR 1 MO 1A.SXVA.1E MKL PV.D. FINN P41Y COYMEYCMG AT M[MOST REST[+L.Cgx[R OF LOTS 1 AND IA.hK9IR[L HOTEL DATE: SEPT. 11. ]DDO ACCgM.TO THE Wl IHREV ECgD�0 MA.J1.TOM IN PyD.(FINAL Ndl).AMMDAN,TO TxE IUl 1HEMY+(CgDLO MAY JI.ILH N %41 Bglt CO AT FACTS M AN b M M[RECORDS OF THE MAT NXV N AT PAIRS B.AND B5 OF OS FEMINISTS OF M[ NMw MANI. 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MEYCE Y.]]Y15' ..A NSTWa OF SO 87 rm TO THE POW OF B(p.xMD: THEKI 5 66''N. A LATITUDE & LONGITUDE µ0 NM r SAW FEET. TO KRMWS,� MOeONI Or THE MOST WSW LEASE .RCA USE I COV.ry N RI[x S A 10 FOOT AM[ss EASEMENT L.K 5 FEET ON EACH SITE O 1H[rpyOMxc F 1 1 J f 11 -,A pKNBED MAWMNE CONK N..I ML MOST.CSWM.cgxC+O LOI51 µ0 U.SI WSSIDE HOTEL rue.(FINAL MAT).A0001pMC TD"MT 14M6 Rtg D MA.31.19M N P1A1 BOLM"AT PAGES NµD 55 OF NE RECORDS ✓i ` /�^- JI}R` �ilRDO_ p IN[..IN"AIN'T CQgADO.AND 1015)AK 3.MLV AIN[E HOTEL-.410. .MOMLYNL 10 M[FIRST AMINDED PUl 7 BLVERIRM HOWL PDD (FNAL P,A1 1111T`T`j 'R 3 . MM)QDEO HAKMBCR]] 1 W N ME.1 BM[ SJ Al PAU.S NENCI 427Y15' 1 Y A DSINTIM OF WAS MIT 10 PH 10.1 q BEONNx4 VENCE N 25'4150'E +• •pSlµC[R 412 I[[T TO O[POINT O WNMYUS. Ntc T NOTE: THE LOCATION Or EXISTING UTILITY FACILITIES WS NOT BEEN rr11 RESEARCHED THE CONigAC1pR SIaALL CONTACT iHC RCSPIECIIVE uTIL11T * COMPANIES 10 OBTAIN INFORMATION REGARDING EXALT DEPTH Or BUMAL y AND HORIZONTAL LOCATION OF UPUTV LINES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION +I� „ J t� ^� ',�k THE SURVEYOR ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILOY FOR THE OELINULON OF A_ 1.A4' SUCH UNDERGROUND UTILITIES. NOR FOR ?HE EXISTENCE Or BURIED OBJECTS WHICH ARE NOT SHOWN ON THIS PLAN. PROPERTY LEGAL DESCRIPTIO DESCRIPTION OF EASEMENT(S) VICINITY MAP �Sprint. Sprint PCS` 4683 CHABOT DRIVE, SUITE 100 PLEASANTON. CA 94588 PROJECT INFORMATION: `. SILVERTREE HOTEL DN33XC245-A 1DO-A ELBERT LANE SNOWMASS VILLAGE. COLORADO 81615 COUNTY OF P11KIN ISSUE DATE: CURRENT ISS IL 10/25/00 ISSUED FOR: FINAL r` REV.:DATE—DESCRIPTION:=BY: JAs 9 10/n)w FINAL IDS LT I 9 12210a FINAL zps V �[Nl QO 9/16/00 PLASH 6DS U ART' \ •� PLANS PREPARED BY: [ HEOR/CK & ASSOLIArES, LLC Ca+sut JLSC EM'.W r( SrxM 2329 West Main Street, Suite 104 SCALE: ® 1 Littleton, Colorado 80120-8200 PLAN r.sr s +W sv lei: (303) 798-9445 Fa.: (303) 798-946 %ISTIN D RIPTI N PROPOSED ONSUL+ANT: SITE NAME: SILKRTREE HOTEL CENTR0ID SITE NUMBER ON ELEA CONIFEROUS TREE SITE ADDRESS 100-A ELBCRI FL6{bOM LANE DECIDUOUS TREE $YR'Liy/{11D, /11C Jn+Nr..0 utu $N01YNA5S NLUGC. CO. 81615 tlAJV+,ro rRd COUNTY OF POKIN 'lit FENCE nqv:jj((JywoJ).0-1+R1 OVERHEAD UTILITY LINE ..�.4ir.Ja. OWNER'S NAME: OWNER'S ADDRESS. w UTILOY POLE 8r.. SPOT ELEVATION r-DRAWN BY: CHK.=APV.: ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NUMBER(S) (AP.N.) L DRAWN BY: LT LT K H NET AREA Or UNDCRInNC PARCEL(S): Z.8 ACRES MORE OR LESS LICENSURE: NET AREA M PROJECT AREA. 539 S00 FEET GRDUMD ELEVATON. 8685 BENCHMARK: VIA TBASK Of ELEVATIONS p6F 5 WIY CORRECTED BASIS OF BEARINGS L.P. . N 1 N FORK N1ROI SHEET TITLE: QN RECORD NO1[S: 1,APPROXIMATE CENTER AND GROUND ELEVATION TAKEN N . ALT IwTE CENTER DF THE BUILDING SURVEY DATA 7. RELIED ON1F tRECORD DWG. A849-5H BY HERON. BARBELL WAS RELIED uvON FOR RECORD wFORMATKIN SHOWN HERON. '. SHEET NUMBER. REVISION: Z=2 2 a SITE DATA LEGEND - - ---- --- u u u u u u u Exhibit A TIC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 p. 3 of 5 S EXISTING *KP ANTENNAS + V O G� U1 PROPOSED SPRINT ANTENNA SECTORS FACADE MOUNTED ON EXISTING PENTHOUSE PAINTED 70 MATCH EXISTING O(T 1 SE�� FZ o �Cl P� 1 SLOPE SLOPE _T PROPOSED COA% ROUTE INSIDE BUILDING ROOF OVERHANG ❑ Ci El PROPOSED BTS I I SI LOCATION AT GROUND LEVEL W/ SHED ROOF LEASE AREA 539 SOFT. 0 PROPOSED UNDERGROUND POWER L TELCO B EXISTING PI TELCO VAULT 28.75' a, EXISTING , TRANSFORME O 2 A2 LC NE R CA ALL EXISTING TREES IN SPRINT AF LEASE AREA 70 BE RELOCATED PER OWNERS DIRECTIVE PROPOSED ACCESS 1.59 app( N O F OVERALL SITE PLAN ;` ,® 11 E Sprint. Splint PCS` 4683 CHABOT DRIVE, SUITE 100 PLEASANTON. CA 94588 PROJECT INFORMATION: SILVERTREE HOTEL DN33XC245—A 100-A ELBER1 LANE SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 COUNTY OF PITKIN -CURRENT ISSUE DATE: / 10/25/00 [ISSUED FOR: FINAL REV.=DATE: DESCRIPI ION:::::: Y::: SERVICE UGHIING LIGHT TURE - SWITCH LOCATED LT AR ACCESS GATES z to/aAn nNA< zps CPS ANTENNA 1 VA2/W 1`11 L =DS Ll 0' HIGH WOOD FENCE p .n 4/1e/m rlwsH zDS Ll FENCE TO MATCH (E) PUNS PREPARED BY: xxxxxxxxx . ❑ O HEDR/CK & ASSOClA7E5, (CC A. J (NETS FOR SPRINT PCS pp to Comt rwe EAVIrx SreM[F IIPMENT FASTENED 10 PH /ON GRADE RE' STRUCI. 0 2329 West Mein Street, Suite 104 Littleton. Colorado 80120-8200 O 0 Tel: (303) 798-9445 Far: (303) 796-946 to CONSULIANT LO F SUPPORT POSTS O L ROOF STRUCTURE- 0- TYP. OF 6 O CC -ion' -• yr' -DRAWN BY: CHK.:=APV.: LDRAWN BY: LT LT KH LICENSURE: 3'-0' a 6'-0" (H) ESS CATES ATE UTILITY LIGHT SWITCH R ACCESS GATES RE:ELEC. TE% <SITE ACCESS> NETS SHOWN DASHED FOR FUTURE INSTALLATION. SHEET TITLE: N OVERALLLF SITE NPLAN, AND EQUIPMENT PLAN SHEET NUMBER: REVISION Z=3 2 JIPMENT PLAN ® 2 Exhibit A TIC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 PROPOSED SPRINT p. 4 of 5 EXISTING SATELLITE DISH PROPOSED 230' SECTOR EXISTING WHIP ANTENNAS SPRINT 70' FACADE MOUNTED SEC70R PAINTED TO MATCH FACADE EXISTING GIIIIIIIIIIIII, MOUNTED EL. 36'—D• PAINTED 10 I'MATCH —B—9 -1 J EXISTING 11. 30'-5" n —�1 EL 27'-5' PROPOSED SPRINT 330' SECTOR FACADE MOUNTED PAINTED TO MATCH EXISTING EL. 0'-0• FIN. GRADE INSTALL 6'-1)' ❑ HIGH NATURAL CEDAR FENCE AND SHED ROOF EOUIPMENT COVER TO MATCH EXISTING li 1 Ng3M PROPOSED COMPiCI OR SPRINT CPS INSTALLED 1 FT. ABOVE ROOFLINE SOUTH ELEVATION 1 WEST ELEVA' r.u• o a r PROPOSED SPRINT 70' EXISTING SATELLITE DISH— SECTOR FACADE MOUNTED PAINTED TO MATCH EXISTING EXISTING WHIP ANTENNAS— PROPOSED SPRINT 230' SECTOR FACADE MOUNTED PAINTED TO MATCH EXISTING EL. 36'-0" EL 30'-5" — EL. 27'-5' PROPOSED COAX ROUTE j INSIDE BUILDING `� 1 INSTALL SPRINT PCS EQUIP. CABINETS INSTALL 6'—D° HIGH NATURAL CEDAR FENCE AND SHED ROOF 1 EQUIPMENT COVER TO MATCH EXISTING A PROPOSED SPRINT CPS i INSTALLED 1 FT. ABOVE ROOFLINE 1 1 1 1 1 1 ELF 0'-0' FIN. GRADE (2)5)5''--D—• GATES NOTE: ALL EXISTING TREES IN SPRINT LEASE AREA TO BE RELOCATED PER OWNERS DIRECTIVE NORTH ELEVATION -- A6-Sprint. Sprint PCs` 4683 CHAB01 DRIVE, SUITE 100 PLEASANTON. CA 94588 EL. J0-5" n PROJECT INFORMATION: EL. 77 -5' SILVERTREE HOTEL PROPOSED COAX RD T E DN33XC245—A INSIDE BUILDING 100-A ELBERT LANE SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 PROPOSED SPRINT CPS COUNTY OF PITKIN INSTALLED 1 FT. ABOVE ROOFLINE CURRENT ISSUE DATE: INSTALL SPRINT PCs EOUIP. CABINETS 10/25/00 INSTALL 6•-0" HIGH NATURAL CEDAR 11 ISSUED FOR. FENCE AND SHED ROOF EQUIPMENT COVER TO FINAL MATCH MATCH EXISTING IJUEL. 0•-0" REV.:=DATE=DESCRIPTION:=BY: FIN. GRADE z Io/n/w fx P zos LT 1 9/72/00 FINAL zos JN �••; ® 2 A0 9/Ie/ao FISH zos x, ,•.,r o r ,r p1µ5 PREPARED BY: HEDR/CK & ASSOC/A7E5, LLC 2329 res Fain S(.NAY.SzaneY 7J79 West Main sheet, rude 104 Littleton, Colorodo 80140-8700 Tel: (303) 798-9445 Fox: (303) 798-946 CONSULTANT. CDRAWN BY: CHK.=APV.: DRAWN BY: I_T 1 LT LICENSURE: SHEET TITLE: UP ® ELEVATIONS SHEET NUMBER: REVISION ® 3 Z=4 2 ,r Exhibit A TIC Ordinance No, 04, Series 2001 P. 5 of 5 _ya 0 m I� m 28.75' LEASE AREA ' 0 PROPOSED UNDERGROUND POWER a h TELCO 7ELC0 I EXISTING ----------- --------------------- � `J T�NjSEQRMER EXISTING U TELCO VgUIT • SPRINT EQUIPMENT SHED ACCESS ALL EXISTING TREES IN SPRINT LEASE AREA TO BE RELOCATED PER OWNERS DIRECTIVE BOULDACTOR TO PLACE BLDEERS R$ ALONG LANDSCAPE BETWEEN EXISTING PAVER ROAD AND SPRINT p EQUIPMENT SHERD T LAND APINr THE CONTRACTOR IS i0 YERUy rICID CONwIpRS AND AS N }0 COMMENCING Wa}H iNC WARN 1H AS NO}C0. NOIIry ioC FURNISH RECOYNEND[O BY 1COl0� SHALL W A Oq[%�ED'fH[ lO r or 5 AHp NSI 01SC1 RADO NURSERY ACT AND I CODE TO D<,,WA, RM CU P ALL TREES AND SHRUBS 5 SUBJECT TO APPROVAL r E th CONiRMiORp 0 BS ARE TO BE PWR(D MER ROACH GRADING AND PRrOR070}HPIAC,I NNNTNN ALL PLANrMO INSTALLED UNOER THE CONTRACT PLANTS SHALL BE GUARANTEED FOR THREE ORpw1NG AUGUST WILL BE UNTIL r1ryA[ ACCT EED RAE CLkPANTCES0ONN p AH SN RECFI NCIWINOED C ING TZAR.Z p vfp TRW P�EMENi. ARE 100% I MATERUL AND LABOR BASCO ST Or THE CONTRACTOR 10 REPAIR LL UPON A 01 BY TREES Ci CONTRACTOR Al NO ADDITION4 COS, io LICH OR OWNER wPRW,.rNTS wS1URBE0 TREES TO BE NArMArNCO rOq Tn( LANDSCAPE PLAN "'T" CXi(NT M LEASE CONTRACT AND THE EXISTENCE I �Sprint. Sprint PCS^ 4683 CHABOT DRIVE, SUITE 100 PLEASANTON. CA 94588 -� PROJECT INFORMATION: SILVERTREE HOTEL ^.� DN33XC245—A 100-A ELBERT LANE .IOr SNOWYASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 COUNTY OF PITKIN CURRENT ISSUE DATE: 1/27/01 ISSUED FOR: DECIDUOIR AND EVEMQEEN Test rLANTMID AND OVYIIIC DETA °',°°°.•°.awd:�i°r° FINAL REV.=DATE=DESCRIPTION=BY: ROOF OVERHANG A w I;r�°�1i Dw SNMue FLMTI�� 3 1121101 FINAL IDS Ll ] 14/99/49 FINK 205 LT 1 9m/9a FINK IDS Li J i Q 9/1e/m FLASH IDS LT PUNS PREPARED BY: HEOR/CK & /gssocuTES, LLC FOR [MEV[MOR s.MTMEE Cams F/.0 EACmrcvew 5Fwwc Fuxnxc 2329 West Main Street, Suite 104 Littleton, Colorado 80120-8200 Tel: (303) 798-9445 Fax: (303) 798-9462 ONSULTANT: L1 CDRAWN BY: CHK.:=APV.: DRAWN BY: LT LT K H 7- LICENSURE: ^ANDES _IT MATERW 7 L PEER. OF GROUND SHEET TITLE: fmcE. WIN Or 7HA7 R.IM NGIN LANDSCAPE PLAN -TIML n V R DMAAGCD SHEET NUMBER: REVISION: CNRS 1w•.ra e r r Exhibit s p N 33 er e 2q5- A TC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 RECEIVED TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DEC 1 9 2000 SPECIAL REVIEW Snowman Village APPLICATION Communtty Development There are certain uses which. because of thew unusual character and potential impact upon the use and enjoyment of neighboring property,cannot be classified into a particular district or districts without sets,specific consideration of their imp"upon neighboring lands and upon the public need for the parftgar use at the particular location. These uses require special review of their location, design, intensity, density. configuration• operating characteristics and impacts on public faclities. and may require the imposition of approonste conditions to ensure the use will be compatible at a particular bcabon and mitigates ita adverse impacts. Only those uses designated as a special review use in the underlying tone district in Article 3 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (tho Code), may be approved by special review, after issuance of a pemhit in accordance with the procedures set forth herein. No approved special review use may be modified. structurally enlarged or expanded in ground area unless such modification, enlargement or expansion receives the prior approval of the Town, which approval shell be obtained by repeating the granting procedures herein provided. GENERAL DATA REQUIREMENTS Date: 00 Name of Owns G 1 ,rlfree gale) Phone: D-493— R�Da Address: D 916,Lt !, bib( O I Name of Applicant(if different then owner): fi nt • ,n Phone:203 -160q Address: ,,. bI r pill Physical Address of Property: IDD Llbt.fi e s w a ! 6 Legal Descnption: c +S I And IA) Silvlrfrrc Hotel .U. (�• F;nal Plot EXISTING CONDITION INFORMATION Present Use J Present Zoning: ,or Area(sq.ft.): Q kciQ6 _ Allowaole Floor Area Ratio per Zoning or PUD Men: Square Footage at Al Areas Calculated as Floor Area tiv Cade: Existing Budding Height(if applicable): '101— A" a of Parxing Spaces and Bedrooms(If applicable): PROPOSAL DATA 1 (Only fill in those tree apply) po I,pI Prosed Uwal: Asa AJJ:1'nnsl kIfi; avn:eallons G6u;Ahrn+ +o IOdfoO of £KiSf_h' DESCRIBE YOUR PROPOSED SPECIAL REVIEW LnSiNIIA11an a 1 n IJ',o n( Q,r,fr gas Q,nrl a ; +r� Sou;Omni Qabhnli-, rcv S� nY re/cnnaf nMmv..Jcalig 5FIvItCSMCS 6,:/tjeJ . K, 1 ! (7 e 0,,6gYJJ,4J 00k 'n , 0 a 3 a ! WAS. r PROVIDE THE FOLL NO ADDRIONAL INFORMATION 1. Name, Address. Telephone Number, and Power of Altomey. The applicant's name, address and telephone number If the apoliant is to be represented bV an aom. a letter Exhibit C TC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 September 30,2000 Mr. Chris Conrad Director of Planning Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village,Colorado 81615 Re: Sprint PCS site building permit application Dear Chris: Silvertree Hotel of Snowmass, LP has agreed to provide a site for Sprint Spectrum,LP to locate PCS antennae and supporting equipment on the roof of and next to The Silvenree Hotel adjacent to Gallun Lane pursuant to a lease agreement. Please call me with any comments. Yours very truly, SILVER HOTEL OF SNOWMASS, LP J. Lanc NB Genera c: Denise Griffin, MD,A Consulting Firm,Inc. THE SILVERTREE HOTEL - WILDWOOD LODGE • VILL.AGE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CONDOMWIUMS P.O. Box 5009• Snowmass Village,CO 81615 1970)923-3520 (970) 9223-7675 Facsimile rvwrv.silverrreehotel.com - E-maii:reservations4silvertreehotel.com Exhibit TC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 p. 1 of 3 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. 03 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION REGARDING A SPECIAL REVIEW AND MINOR PUD AMENDMENT APPLICATION BY SPRINT SPECTRUM, LP, TO PERMIT THE MOUNTING OF ROOFTOP ANTENNA RECEPTION OR TRANSMISSION DEVICES AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN EQUIPMENT STORAGE SHED AT THE SILVERTREE HOTEL WHEREAS, Sprint Spectrum, LP, ("Applicant'), has applied for Special Review approval to allow six (6) antenna reception or transmission devices to be mounted above the Silvertree Hotel ("site") and has also applied for a Minor PUD Amendment to allow construction of an appurtenant 535 square foot equipment storage shed, as shown and described within Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, Silvertree Hotel of Snowmass, LP ("Owner") has granted permission for the Applicant to utilize the site, and WHEREAS, Section 16A-3-50, Zone District Use Schedule, of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code ("Municipal Code") permits antennae reception or transmission devices as an allowed use requiring special review approval in the PUD zone district; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 16A-5-230(c)(4) of the Municipal Code, the special review application was referred by the Town Planning Director to the Planning Commission for review and recommendation; and WHEREAS, Section 16A-5-390 provides for Amendments of Final PUD; and WHEREAS, a public hearing was held before the Planning Commission on January 17, 2001 to receive public comment on both applications; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has heard a presentation by the applicant and the recommendations of Town staff regarding the special review and minor PUD amendment applications; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: �3 - ---- Exhibit D TC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 p. 2 of 3 PC Reso. 01.03 Page 2 Section One: Findings. The Planning Commission finds as follows: 1. The applicant has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A-5-230 of the Municipal Code to permit the Town Staff and the Planning Commission an adequate review of the proposed special review application. 2. The applicant has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A-5-390 of the Municipal Code to permit the Town Staff and the Planning Commission an adequate review of the proposed minor PUD amendment 3. The equipment storage area is subject to the terms and conditions contained in the Easements and Rights of Way as set forth in Declaration of Easements recorded May 17, 1988 in Book 564 at Page 147 in the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. 4. The Planning Commission finds that their responsibility is to review the application pursuant to Sections 16A-5-230 and 16A-5-390 of the Municipal Code and that their authority does not extend to enforcing or applying the provisions of the above referenced Easements and Rights of Way. It should be clear, however, that any approval granted by this resolution does not supercede or negate covenants, restrictions, easements or reservations of record which have been previously granted for the benefit of other parties 5. The special review application, subject to satisfying the conditions stated below, is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Section 16A-5- 230(e) of the Municipal Code. 6. The minor PUD amendment application, subject to satisfying the conditions stated below, is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Section 16A-5-390(3) of the Municipal Code Section Two: Action. The Planning Commission hereby recommends Town Council approve the special review application allowing the installation of antenna reception or transmission devices atop the Silvertree Hotel and recommends approval of the minor PUD amendment application allowing construction of a 535 square foot equipment storage shed, as shown and described within Exhibit A. Further, any approval would be subject to the conditions stated in Section Three below. Section Three: Conditions. The approval shall be subject to the following conditions: Pa Planningcommision\Resolutiion.pc120011PC 01-03 Silvertree Sprint Spectrum Cellular Tower.doc Jyytwo Exhibit D TC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 p. 3 of 3 PC Reso.01-03 Page 3 1. This approval is strictly limited to the rooftop antenna and the enclosed equipment storage shed, as specifically described and located within Exhibit A only. 2. No modifications to or relocation of either the antenna or storage shed are permitted without further Town Council approval. Customary repair and maintenance is permitted. 3. No increase in the number, height or change in the type of antenna installed on the roof will be permitted without further Town Council approval. 4. All necessary Town permits shall be obtained prior to installation of the antenna or equipment storage shed described within Exhibit A. 5. The Applicant will provide adequate landscaping to buffer the shed from the road and to soften its appearance while still maintaining a five (5) foot separation from the road. The landscape plan will be reviewed by the Planning Director and Public Works Director. 6. The storage shed will be fully enclosed. 7. The storage shed will use colors and materials to complement existing adjacent structures. INTRODUCED, READ, AND ADOPTED on the motion of Planning Commission member Faurer and the second of Planning Commission member Boineau by a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against, on this 17th day of January, 2001. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANN COMMIS ION eor a P. uggins, C rman ATTEST: Sherry g ltlntire,Planning Commission Secretary `J P:IPlanningCommision\Resolution.pa2001\PC 01-03 Silvertree Sprint Spectrum Cellular Tower.doc J4S41111111M Exhibit E TC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 p. 1 of 2 Colo R OklGld ou WILL- W AvvLAt(6,E 4T Pwbuc rg"436r Nil 1 F— :x r.t+rwx ?et a. . E c C m � v C) o n C) y� dy• }Y`�S ; ' 4`_liS Ul r g x� 4j(V CM1131[t TC Ordinance No. 04, Series 2001 p. 2 of 2 CD DG s COLO2 p2t!nartts �..�iu- P,E /fvAiC.116LLL i�T PUdLiL 1{ErtNa(r • C CD ..r h, ---- V Exhibit F /* •,'� S�,rA TC Ordinance No. 4, Series 2001 �,• �a'� • too feet QI� y„+�rlwda • ' V • a too • Q •. .•J vp • �O �` • 0 0 O OQ Q 0 o � o � ; ate TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 19, 2001 Agenda Item: First Reading: Ordinance No. 05, Series Of 2001, an ordinance amending and restating certain provisions of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code relating to thirty percent (30%)slopes, re-application restrictions, garage dimensional limitations, accessory units and certain definitions. Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: . Thirty percent (30%) slope provisions: Should the Town Council need to find both that the development is unable to avoid the steep slopes AND that the design or construction techniques will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential harm to the public health, safety or welfare. The amendment originally only required that one or the other be required. • Should the "Occupancy" provision for AEU units be expanded to not allow rental to blood relatives? • Should AEU units permitted within pre-existing residences that already exceed the maximum allowed floor area for the lot (Section 16A-3-230(2)(g)) pay a double the mitigation fee if they are not rented in accordance with the AEU regulations? • Should the ACU and/or AEU provisions allow one (1) accessory unit within a DU Duplex lot? Currently, neither unit type is permitted unless it existed prior to incorporation of the Town. General Info: The enclosed ordinance amends certain provisions of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code relating to thirty percent(30%) slopes, re-application restrictions, garage dimensional limitations, accessory units and certain definitions. Discussions regarding these amendments began during the December 6, 2000 Planning Commission meeting. The Town Council reviewed the amendments at their December 18, 2000 and the Planning Commission recommendation was developed during their January 17 meeting. am I / r P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Misc Code Amendments\Ord 01-05 Chpt16A Amendments TCMemoOl.doc The enclosed Communique Supplement briefly discusses the major code sections being amended. You will find within the ordinance that double lined strike outs (s#iskea) are for existing code text being deleted and double underlined (double) text represents new language or changes to the existing code. Council Options: 1) Give first reading approval of the ordinance as written. 2) Give first reading approval of the ordinance and direct staff to amend the ordinance prior to second reading. 3) Refer all or portions of the proposed amendments back to the Planning Commission for further consideration. Staff Staff recommends first reading approval with direction to amend Recommendation: the ordinance as appropriate prior to second reading. PAuseA=nradWS Wad DocsWlisc Code Amendment304 01-05 Chpl16A Amendments TCMemo07.doc COMMUNIQUE SUPPLEMENT Land Use Code Amendments February 19,2001 TC Meeting Paragraph la of the Ordinance: Amend 30% Slope Provisions • Paragraph(d)(4), Other circumstances, was to be amended to allow consideration of factors beyond whether the applicant has sufficiently"shown that the development is unable to avoid the steep slopes portions of a development"as that standard could be interpreted to require that the applicant demonstrate that they would essentially be left without any reasonable use of the land if they were to entirely avoid those areas. In certain circumstances,limited development could be permitted to extend into thirty percent(30%) slope areas if the engineering evidence and testimony clearly indicated that it could occur without causing greater slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure. Staff had originally written the amendment to read that the applicant needed to show that they could not avoid the 30% slope areas OR that any potential risks would be mitigated such that slope instability or failure was unlikely to occur. The Planning Commission felt that both criteria should apply in that there are other reasons beyond just the geotechnical considerations why development should be avoided within 30% slope areas. These areas often provide open space within the project area that if encroached upon can visually affect aesthetics,view planes and promote higher density. Council member Mordkin had offered alternative language for paragraph(d)(4)which has been included within the ordinance. Paragraph lb of the Ordinance: Engineer's Opinion • Is being amended to clarify that an engineer is not required to state that all slopes within the development are"not prone to instability or failure'. Paragraph 1c of the Ordinance: Amend to include 1 year re-application restriction • Paragraph(4) is being added to prevent an applicant from re-submitting a development proposal that had previously been denied for a period of one (1) year unless the proposal has been substantively amended or unless there has been a clear change in circumstances where a reconsideration would be warranted. The language is a little subjective in order to provide some latitude for cases where earlier reconsideration is appropriate. Paragraph I of the Ordinance: Limit total garage floor area exclusion to 600 sq. ft. • This amendment concerns a minor change to the floor area exception granted for garages. As currently written, it could be interpreted the each individual duplex LUC Code Amendments 02-19-01 TC Meeting unit could build a two (2) car garage or that someone could build both a two (2) and one(1) car garage with up to 900 square feet being exempt from calculation. The intent is to only permit the exclusion of a total of 600 square feet for each lot. Paragraph if of the Ordinance: Amend the Accessory Unit Provisions • The Town Council had directed staff to consider: 1) increasing the maximum floor area limit from 750 square feet to 1,000 square feet and minimum size to 350 square feet;2)permit accessory units above or below detached garages; and 3) develop provisions to enable the creation of accessory employee units, subject to special review,within residences whereby the resulting calculable floor area could exceed the maximum allowed floor area limit of the lot by more than the 500 square feet or 10%,whichever is less • The AEU provisions were expanded to enable caretaker units within pre-existing residences that already exceed the maximum allowed floor area for the lot. See Section 16A-3-230(2)(g). Since Excise Tax will not be required to create these units,the Planning Commission recommends that consideration be given to require double the mitigation fee if units created under this provision are not rented in accordance with the AEU regulations. • The Planning Commission recommends that the"Occupancy"provision for AEU units be expanded to not allow rental to blood relatives. • The Planning Commissions was concerned that permitting 1,000 square foot units will lead to having more two (2)bedroom units created which may adversely impact surrounding properties or cumulatively cause a change to the character of the neighborhoods. The ordinance language requires Special Review of all units between 750 and 1,000 square feet in size. • The Planning Commission still recommends that consideration be given to allowing one(1) accessory unit within a DU Duplex lot. Only one(1)of the individual duplex units would be permitted to have the accessory unit. Special Review would be required. This is not included within the ordinance but could be included for consideration during second reading of the ordinance. LUC Code Amendments 12-11-00 TC Worksesslon TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE No. 05 SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 16A OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO THIRTY PERCENT (30%) SLOPES, RE-APPLICATION RESTRICTIONS, GARAGE DIMENSIONAL LIMITATIONS, ACCESSORY UNITS AND CERTAIN DEFINITIONS.. WHEREAS, amendments to Chapter 16A contained in this Ordinance are being processed under the provisions of Section 16A-5-210 of Chapter of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code"); and WHEREAS, the Town Council directed the Planning Staff to propose amendments to Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code pertaining to when development could occur on thirty percent (30%) slopes, restricting re- applications, clarifying the garage floor area exemption and certain definitions and to further amend the accessory unit provisions; and WHEREAS, staff has prepared this ordinance to formalize the amendments; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the amendments and made their recommendations to the Town Council during its meeting occurring on January 17, 2001; and WHEREAS, notice of a Public Hearing to be held on March 19, 2001 will be published in the Snowmass Sun on February 21, 2001, in accordance with the provisions of Sections 16A-5-60(B)(1) and 16A-5-210(C)(6) of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the public hearing will be held on that date in order to receive public comment concerning the proposed amendments; and WHEREAS, the Town Council will have, prior to second reading, considered the application, all relevant support materials, the report of the Town Staff, the Planning Commission recommendations and public testimony given at the Public Hearing; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that this Ordinance complies with the provisions of Section 16A-5-210(E) of the Municipal Code; and son � TC Ord 01-05 Page 2 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the procedure and requirements set forth in Section 16A-5-210 of the Municipal Code have been satisfied; 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. Amendment to Chapter 16A. The provisions of Chapter 16Aof the Municipal Code are hereby amended and restated as follows: a. That Section 16A-4-50(d)(4), Other circumstances, is hereby amended and restated as follows: (4) Other circumstances. The Town Council may authorize development on slopes greater than thirty percent (30%) not listed above if at least three-quarters (%) of the members of the Town Council present and voting approve an ordinance findina that: the development is unable to avoid the steep slopes, and the reasons therefore, and b) on the basis of competent engineering or geoloaic reports and data and testimony received. the design and or construction technigues that will bg incorporated within the development will satisfactorily mitigate the risk of potential harm to the public health. safety or welfare. b. That Section 16A450(d)(5), Engineer's Opinion, Is hereby amended and restated as follows: (5) Engineer's opinion. For the Town to allow development under any of the above circumstances, the applicant shall provide an opinion from a professional geotechnical engineer licensed in the State stating that: a) the slope is not prone to instability or failure; 4L b) the proposed development will not cause greater slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure, and that therefore, there will be no significant risk that damage to adjacent property will result from the proposed construction. sqV TC Ord 01-05 Page 3 c. That Section 16A-5-70(4) Is hereby renumbered to be Section 16A-5-70(5) and that a new Section 16A-5-70(4), Re-application, is hereby added as follows: (4) Re-application. An aoolicant may not resubmit an application for a oroiect having been denied by a decision-making body for a period of one (1) Year from the date when said action was taken. unless there has been a clear, substantial and material chanae in the conditions or circumstances affectina the subiect parcel and the surrounding neighborhood that support reconsideration or where the new aoolication substantively amends the project so as to essentially constitute a new development proposal. d. That Section 16A-3-210(B)(2)(b)(1), Garage, is hereby amended to read as follows: (1) Garage. Garage space that is intended for storage of motor vehicles and is completely enclosed shall be excluded from the floor area calculation, up to a maximum of three hundred (300) square feet for a single car garage, and up to six hundred (600) square feet for a two (2) or more car garage. The maximum garage exclusion for any lot is six hundred (600) square feet. e. That Section 16A-3-210(B)(2)(b)(3), Accessory unit, is hereby amended to read as follows: (3) Accessory Unit. The floor area for an accessory unit shall be included in floor area calculations to the extent required by Section 3 150 A.1A., Floor Area Shall Go- 16A-3-230. Accessory Units. f. That Section 16A-3-230, Accessory units, Is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 16A-3-230. Accessory units. One (1) accessory caretaker unit (ACU) or one (1) accessory employee unit (AEU) may be; iastaAsd*a 1) constructed as part of a single-family detached dwelling;, 2) located above or below a detached garage: or. 3) permitted as a are-existing dwelling unit within a sinale-family detached or two-family dwelling. dw®IRag, subject to compliance with the provisions of this Section. An ACU or AEU unit located above or below a detached garaag shall require special review aggroval pursuant to Section 166-5-230. Special Review. ^6C am TC Ord 01-05 Page 4 (1) Standards for an accessory caretaker unit. An ACU shall comply with the following standards: a. Size. The size of the ACU shall be not less than three hundred Ift (399L) LM square feet or greater than seven hundred fifty (750) square feet, and shall be built within the maximum allowable floor area for the lot unless the additional floor area was acquired under the Town's floor area excise tax provisions. b. Variance. The only variance that may be granted to accommodate the ACU is a setback or height variance. c. Exterior entrance. The ACU shall have a separate exterior entrance from the single-family detached dwelling that is practically accessible as the primary means of access to the ACID AQU . d. Parking. There shall be provided at least one (1) on-site parking space per bedroom in the ACU in addition to those parking spaces required for the single-family detached dwelling. e. No short-term rental. An ACU shall not be rented on a short-term basis or for vacation-type rentals. All rentals shall be for a minimum term of six (6) months. f. Pre-existing dwelling units. With Town Council approval, one (1) ACU created prior to April 16, 1985 in a single-family detached dwelling or one (1) ACU created prior to September 21, 1977 in a two-family dwelling within the DU zone district may be permitted to remain, provided: 1. The lot owner has submitted architectural drawings reflecting the "As-Built" condition defining the ACU unit. 2. The lot owner has submitted a report from a private building inspection consultant, whose qualifications are acceptable to the Town, containing their findings with regard to consistency with the Town's building, fire, electrical, and/or plumbing codes as found within the ACU unit and recommendations as to whether modifications should occur in order for the unit to be occupied in a safe manner. 3. That, based upon the review of the inspector's report and recommendations of the Town Building Official, who may inspect said ACU prior to any approval being granted, the lot owner agrees to obtain the necessary permits and perform the recommended amsto 4MIM TC Ord 01-05 Page 5 modifications that need to occur prior to any registration, rental or conveyance of the ACU unit. 4. The lot owner has successfully demonstrated that the subject unit existed within the principal structure on or before the applicable date specified above and that no other ACU units exist on the lot. 5. The existing ACU unit is in conformity with Subsection (1) above, except that the subject ACU may be acceptable for registration if, at the sole discretion of the Town Council and following presentation of evidence thereon, it is satisfactorily demonstrated that such nonconformity may be determined to be minor in nature or that compliance would be impractical and would cause an unreasonable hardship upon the lot owner. In cases such as this, the Town Council may impose conditions reasonably necessary to mitigate impacts upon surrounding property owners or to specify a timeframe within which the ACU unit or nonconformity must be brought into compliance with Subsection (1) above. (2) Standards for an accessory employee unit. An AEU shall comply with the following standards: a.Size. The size of the AEU shall be not less than three hundred f (399) L= square feet or greater than QM thousand (1.0001 square feet. 5gpc*al review aooroval oursuant to Section 166-5-230. Soecial Review. shall be required for AEU units being seven hundred fifty (750) to one thousand (1.000) square feet ' size. b. Variance. The only variance that may be granted to accommodate the AEU is a setback or height variance. c. Exterior entrance. The AEU shall have a separate exterior entrance from the single-family detached dwelling that is practically accessible as the primary means of access to the AEU. d. Parking. There shall be provided at least one (1) on-site parking space per bedroom in the AEU in addition to those parking spaces required for the single-family detached dwelling. e. Floor area shall count. One-third (1/3) of the floor area for the AEU shall count toward the maximum allowable floor area for the lot, X57 -- . . • -. 1 M • 1 • I • • • . : • • . . . • . . . 1 . . . . •ll• EMU ._ . ._ . • •. - . 11 • 111 . 1 1 - :. . --- 1Lei Ler-jej : 701 • :c 1 . 11 .--__._ 1a1 • • • ► • ' 11.1"ImirmL • . 1 1." • • • 11 . 1 COMM • 1 " 1 1 • • _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 6 11W _._�• -..-' .-- • _- -- 111 • " 11 - 1 ._ 1. .. • 11 .. 1 " _.' : : • • :• • • • • • • 1 ' • . • ,•• • • ' • 11 UR ME: NOUN . _ . . _ .. ............ - ,. - --,. • 1 _TmF if 6 oaf VNIT-111411111MISTM=1 M. .• i •• - . • - 111 • • I1 " l __- 1 • 1• 1 ' L 11 -. _ . : • • 11 1 :1 • -. - - . 1 ' . • - . : 11• . 1 •__.1 - 11_! _• ' 11 - 1 - . 11 , 1 : 1 I TC Ord 01-05 Page 7 basis or for vacation-type rentals. All rentals shall be for a minimum term of six (6) months. L Occupancy. Occupancy of an AEU shall be by a person employed within the Town at the time of initial tenancy and who shall remain employed within the Town or County for a minimum of (6) months a year, (3) Accessory unit completion and registration. a. Completion. A new accessory unit shall be completed within the period prescribed by the building permit issued for its construction. All modifications to a pre-existing ACU shall be completed within the period prescribed by the building, electrical, plumbing or other permits required by the Town Council for it to be registered. b. ACU notice of registration. Upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy for a new ACU or certificate of completion for a pre-existing ACU, a notice of registration of the ACU shall be issued by the Planning Director, and a true and accurate copy shall be filed for record in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of the County. Such registration shall be valid for the existence of the new ACU or, in the case of pre-existing units, may be subject to the terms and conditions imposed by the Town Council. c. AEU notice of initial registration. Upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy for an AEU, a notice of registration of the AEU shall be issued by the Planning Director, and a true and accurate copy shall be filed for record in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of the County. The initial registration shall be effective until December 31 of the year in which it is issued, unless the unit is initially registered after November 15, in which case the registration shall be effective until December 31 of the year after it is issued. d. AEU registration renewal. On a yearly basis, the registration of an AEU shall be renewed by filing an application for renewal with the Building and Planning Department on or before November 15. To qualify for a registration renewal, the owner of the AEU must verify that the AEU complies with the conditions set forth in Subsection (2), Standards for an Accessory Employee Unit, and that the AEU has been occupied by an AEU employee for at least six (6) months during the previous registration period. Thereupon, the Planning Director shall renew the registration of the AEU until December 31 of the year following the expiration of the current registration. e. AEU conditional registration renewal. In the event that the owner of TC Ord 01-05 Page 8 an AEU cannot meet the conditions for renewal set forth in Subsection (3)d, AEU Registration Renewal, then a conditional registration renewal shall be issued, if the owner agrees to correct the noncomplying conditions prior to July 1 during the conditional registration renewal. The conditional renewal registration of the AEU shall be effective until July 1 of the year following the expiration of the current registration, and shall be automatically extended to December 31 upon timely correction of the non- complying conditions. f. Failure to register or correct noncomplying conditions. If the owner: 1. Fails to timely complete the construction of an AEU in accordance with the provisions of Subsection (3)a, Completion; 2. Fails to timely comply with the provisions of Subsection (3)d, AEU Registration Renewal; or 3. Has not met the conditions for renewal set forth in Subsection (3)d, AEU_Registration Renewal, at the end of the AEU conditional registration renewal; within thirty (30) days of the existence of the event of noncompliance, or Februpry 1 of the year following the lapse of the current registration, whichever shall first occur, the owner shall remove the kitchen from the AEU; and either: 4. Remove floor area. Remove from the single-family detached dwelling all floor area in excess of the maximum allowable floor area for the lot; or 5. Mitigation fee. Pay to the Town a mitigation fee for elimination of the AEU as an employee housing unit. The amount of the fee shall be calculated by the Planning Director by multiplying the square footage that is in excess of the maximum allowable floor area for the lot by: a) The actual value of the lot including the single-family detached dwelling unit, any accessory building and the land as calculated from the records of the County Assessor, divided by the floor area square footage of the single-family detached dwelling and any accessory building, not including the AEU, as calculated in accordance with the provisions of Section 16A-3-210(b), Measuring Floor Area; or b) In the event that the actual value of the lot including the single- family detached dwelling, any accessory building and land is not available from the records of the County Assessor, then one hundred twenty-five percent (125%) of the numeric average of the actual TC Ord 01-05 Page 9 value of all lots including a single-family detached dwelling and land for the subdivision or PUD in which the lot exists as calculated from the records of the County Assessor shall be divided by the floor area square footage of the single-family detached dwelling and any accessory building, not including the AEU; Provided, however, if a change in the actual value of the lot including the principal dwelling unit, any accessory building and land according to the records of the County Assessor occurs within one (1) year from the date of payment of the mitigation fee, then the amount of the mitigation fee shall be recalculated by the Planning Director. The Planning Director shall notify the owner of the amount of the additional mitigation fee, which shall be paid by the owner within thirty (30) days. If the owner paid a mitigation fee in excess of the recalculated mitigation fee, then the Planning Director shall cause the overpayment to be refunded to the owner. g. That Table 3-1, Schedule of uses, is hereby amended to read as follows: Uses:A Allowed; SF SF SF SF SF EST DU MY MU MU CC CC PUB CON OS S-Special Review; 4 6 15 30 150 PUD PUD PUD P—Prohibited ResldentlaM�t1` Single-Family A A A A A A A A P A P P P P P Detached Dwelling' Notes: L An accessory caretaker unit(ACUI or accessory employee unit(AEU)may be permitted in conjunction with any single-family detached dwelling,pursuant to Section 16A-3-230,Accessory 13mp4eywUnits.AEU's perm�nrd by Section 16A-3-230(2)(¢1.Pre-existL¢Dwellin¢Llruts.shall reouie special review epnroval. pursuant to Sections 16A-5-230.Special Revie_w_.and 16A-3-260.Accessory EmploveP Upit 6=51pecial Review Stapes 2. See Section 16A-5-550,Time Share,for applicable standards and submission contents. 3. Conference facilities shall be directly associated with a hoteVlodge or multi-family use. 4. See Section 16A-3-240,Home Occupations,for standards applicable to this particular use. 5. See Section 16A-3-250,Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices,for standards applicable to this particular use. TC Ord 01-05 Page 10 h. That Section 16A-3-260, Accessory Unit Special Review Standards, Is hereby added as follows: Section 16A-3-260. Accessory Unit Special Review Standards. A proposed AEU unit permitted by Section 16A-3-230(2)(8). Pre-existing dwelling units, a proposed AEU unit being seven hundred fifty (750) to one thousand (1.000) aquarg feet in size. or an ACU or AEU unit located above or below a detached garage. shall comnly with the following standards: 1) Community need. The applicant has demonstrated that the proposed accessory unit helps to promote the public policy purpose and community need to create affordable employee housing. 2) Mass and Scale. The accessory unit will not contain roof configurations. internal ceiling heights or areas open to the floor below which unnecessarily contribute to the mass and scale of the proposed addition. 3) Special Circumstances Exist The applicant shall satisfactorily demonstrate that special circumstances exist or practical difficulties would occur such that a reasonably sized caretaker unit cannot be created within or utilize portions of the existing structure. 4) Location. The accessory unit shall be carefully situated within the lot so as to be appropriate at its proposed location and compatible with the character of surrounding residences in the area. 5) Visibility. The visibility of the accessory unit shall be reduced to the highest degree possible, including.but not limited to. sensitive choice in placement. screening with landscaping. sub-grade placement, architectural design. use of materials and colors or any other effective means that minimize or soften its appearance and visibility on the site. The proposed unit may be denied if it is determined that the visibility has not been sufficiently reduced. 6) Not adversely affect neighborhood. The approval of the accessory unit will not.in a substantially adverse manner.change the character. generate excessive traffic impacts or otherwise adversely affect the neighborhood surrounding the land where the accessory unit is proposed.will not have a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from the property in guestion.will not impair an adeouatg supply of light or air to adjacent nropem.will not increase the danger of fire or otherwise endanger public safety or the public interest and will not substantially diminish or impair property values within the neighborhood. _(Pa %No TC Ord 01-05 Page 11 i. That Section 16A-2-20, Definitions, is hereby amended as follows: Accessory caretaker unit (ACU) means an area attached to or within a single-family detached dwelling, or above or below a detached aaram that is located on a lot zoned for a single-family dwelling. The ACU shall be subject to the provisions of Section 16A-3-230(1), Standards for an Accessory Caretaker Unit. An ACU shall have a separate exterior entrance and shall contain an AEU kitchen, a bathroom and sleeping facilities. Accessory employee unit (AEU) means an area attached to or within a single-family detached dwelling. or above or below a detached aaraae, that is located on a lot zoned for a single-family dwelling. The AEU shall be subject to the provisions of Section 16A-3-230(2), Standards for an Accessory Employee Unit. An AEU shall have a separate exterior entrance and shall contain an AEU kitchen, a bathroom and sleeping facilities. Employee, AEU, for the purposes of determining occupancy of an AEU, shall mean a person FRenth6 a yeaf. emoloved within the Town at the time_of initial tenancy and who shall remain emoloved within the Town or County for a minimum of (61 months a year. Dwelling unit means any building or portion thereof, used exclusively for residential occupancy, that contains living facilities, including provisions for sleeping, eating, cooking, and sanitation, and is intended for occupancy by a family and its guests, independent of other families or guests. A dwelling unit shall contain only one (1) kitchen and does not include hotels, motels, tents, seasonal vacation cabins, camper trailers or other structures designed for temporary occupancy. A dwelling unit may also be referred to as a dwelling. Any dwelling unit shall be deemed to be a principal building. ADD: Floor area, allowable means the maximum allowed floor area permitted for the lot as specified within Table 3-2, Schedule of dimensional limitations. 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. WW(03 - TC Ord 01-05 Page 12 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on February 19, 2001 upon a motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member and upon a vote of in favor and _ against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, as amended, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on March 19, 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: February 19, 2001 Presented By: Stephen R. Connor, Town Attorney Subject: RESOLUTION No. 18,SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A NEW SCHEDULE FOR REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL. Overview: As directed by the Town Council, I have prepared Resolution No. 18 to establish regular meetings of the Town Council on the first, second and third Monday of each month. By adoption of the Resolution, the current procedure for the second meeting of the month as a special meeting would be terminated. Designation of the second meeting of the month as a regular meeting will allow the Town Council to act on any matter properly coming before it, whether or not the matter is on the agenda for the meeting. This fact alone will be especially helpful in the adoption of ordinances, as an ordinance can only be approved on second reading at a regular meeting as prescribed by Section 4.9 (d). The new meeting procedure will commence in March. Recommendation: Approve the Resolution. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION No. 18 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A NEW SCHEDULE FOR REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL. WHEREAS, the provisions of Section 4.1 Regular Meetings of the Home Rule Charter states in part as follows: The Council shall meet regularly at least twice each month at a day and hour to be fixed by resolution. Notice of all regular meetings shall be posted permanently in at least two locations in the Town ordinarily used for public notices. The agenda of each regular meeting shall be posted in a public place within the Town at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance of such meetings; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desire to establish a new schedule for regular meetings within the meaning of Section 4.1 of the Home Rule Charter; and WHEREAS,to promote efficiency in governmentthe Town Council has determined that the current second meeting of the month should be a regular meeting, rather than a special meeting; and WHEREAS, by designating the second meeting of the month a regular meeting,the Town Council finds that it will be able to address matters that are not on the agenda and approve ordinances on second reading, thereby allowing greater flexibility to conduct the business of the Town Council in a more efficient and expeditious manner. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. Reoular Meeting Schedule. Regular Meetings of the Town Council will occur on the first, second and third Monday of each month, commencing on Monday, March 5, 2001. 2. Conflict Resolution. In the event that the provisions of this Resolution are in conflict with the provisions of any other Resolution adopted by the Town Council, the provisions of this Resolution shall be controlling. All conflicting provisions are hereby rendered null and void and of no effect. 3. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or 046 goo Resolution No. 18, Series of 2001 Page 2 application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on February 19,2001 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 _ �7 _ TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, TOWN MANAGER RE: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: February 16, 2001 aaaaa+++++ttttttr+t+t+a++++tttt++r++r+trata+++++a•aaaaaaaaa+t++++tt+tttrttt+++++tttr++rr+tr++++++trrrr++tt aSVRA LEASE EXTENSION REQUEST Attached is a letter from Jim France, President SVRA, requesting a one-year extension to the renewal option of the 1992 Conference Center Lease Amendment. I thought this item should receive consent from Town Council before executing a formal extension. Copies of the renewal language from the original 1983 Agreement and the 1992 Amendment are attached. Let me know how you wish to proceed. ACCESSING FEEDBACK HOTLINE Attached is an instruction sheet on how to access messages from the Town's Citizen Hotline. Each Town Council member has an individual voice mailbox and can access the hotline by calling a special telephone number. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please see Rhonda Coxon in my office. HOLY CROSS COMMUNITY ENHANCEMENT FUND Attached is a letter from Holy Cross Energy transmitting a check in the amount of$24,102, for the Community Enhancement Fund. These funds are limited to beautification projects, energy conservation projects, acquisition of open space and/or parks, park development, sponsorship of special community events, and undergrounding of overhead utilities. Before expending the funds, Council needs to notify Holy Cross Energy and adopt a resolution describing the nature and purpose of the intended project. We should keep this revenue source in mind as we proceed with our Forward Plan and list of component projects. aWHISTLER/PARK CITY TOUR I am collecting notes and comments from anyone who attended the Whistler/Park City Resort Tour. I would like to collect all of the input and produce a summary report indicating "what we learned". If Council has any notes and/or comments you would like included, please let me know. +MEDIA LUNCH The Town Council conducted its first Media lunch about a month ago. The Snowmass Village Sun was the only newspaper present, but there was some constructive dialogue. Does Council wish to continue with this format? Please let me know. PITKIN COUNTY WEED MANAGEMENT PLAN For your information, we have been notified that the countywide Weed Management Plan has been updated and amended by the Pitkin County Commissioners. Generally speaking, this update includes a more specific geographical overview; more detailed lists of plant species and additions to the weed management plan of action. Please see me if you would like more detail on this item. *Response requested FEB. 5. 2001 12:25PM SNOWMASS RESORT ASSO NO. 6620 P. 2 ' Snowmass A Vt l4,e Aspen February 5,2001 i Mr.Gary Suitor Town Manage Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 6010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 VIA FACSIMILE: 970.923-6083 i Dear Gary: The 1992 amendment to the lease management agreement requires five years notice of S1/ 's intent to exercise a renewal option. The 1992 amendment re-funded the bonds and extended the termination date to November 15, 2005. This means our notice to exercise the renewal op Ion was due on November 15,2000 It appears that the SVRA may have been remiss In Its duties to TOSV.. I found out about this only the other day. I Do you think the Town Council would accept the following proposal? Our Intent Is to ran w. However, I am concerned about signing such an agreement If It ties us legally to the cur, nt financial arrangements with the town. It would be much more preferable to sign such a to ise i once the new financial structure I am working on has been proposed and hopefully, acceptoc by the Tovm Council. i Could we be allowed a grace period of one year to allow us to finish our proposals nd j preser .ations on the financial structure? This would bring us to November 15, 2001. We, ex the presentation on the finances to be ready within 60 days or less. i If I em see[ roblem where none exists, Le. not being tied to any new or old finsini let agree w uld be happy to execute this document Immediately. i i Best gar S. i at S.Frafrce.CHA resident Snowmass Village Resort Association I i JSF/de Sao I i i Snowmass Wage a Resort Association r PaI0faBw5566 SNeunnev Vi'!/WCobmae61615 9701923-20 0 Fax 970"-5466 wWWnlOwNUUYiI:dgl,s tiY I payments pursuant to this Agreement shall terminate. If the Town determines that inadequate funds exist in the reserve fund to pay the remaining payments on the Taxable Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 1992 , then SRA shall pay as additional rent on January 1, 2005 and July 1 , 2005, as the case may be, such amounts as are necessary to pay the scheduled payments on the Taxable Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 1992 , which are unavailable from the reserve fund. All sums which will remain in the reserve fund after making the final payment are hereby designated to be the sole and separate property of the Town. 3 . Assessment of Owners. s.RA represents to the Town that it makes a common assessment to all Commercial Unit Special Cost Center members for the purpose of covering the cost of the Conference Center, including the rental payments. SRA further represents to the Town that it will timely make and collect the assessment of all Commercial Unit Special Cost Center members in an amount sufficient to pay its rental payments. As security for the payment of the rental payments due on January 1st and July 1st of each year o° the lease in accordance with Section 6.A. as amended herein, SRA hereby assigns to the Town all proceeds of the Commercial Unit Special Cost Center assessment as made by SRA on an annual basis to the extent necessary to pay rent, not paid by SRA on or before April 1st or October 1st following the due date of each rental payment. This assignment of the proceeds of the assessment shall authorize the Town to take whatever steps are necessary in order to collect the proceeds of the assessment to satisfy its rental payments due. The failure of SRA to timely make its rental payments and all other payments required to be made to the Town shall be an event of default under the terms of the Lease/Management Agreement. The successful collection by the Town of the Commercial Unit Special Cost Center assessment proceeds shall constitute a cure of the default under the terms of Section 20 of the Lease/Management Agreement. SRA agrees to join the Town in executing any appropriate documents to further represent this assignment and in giving notice of the assignment in any reasonable manner the Town requests. 4 . `.axes. Commencing with the year 2006 and for all years thereafter during the term of the Lease/Management Agreement, SRA shall pay to the Town the amount of general property tax revenue which the Town would have received from its mill levy against the Conference Center, if the Conference Center had not been publicly owned. The Town shall invoice SRA for the amount of the foregone tax revenue, and SRA shall pay the amount of the invoice within thirty (30) days of the invoice date. The failure of SRA to timely pay the Town the amount of the foregone tax revenue shall be considered to be an event of default. /??4R Z',C6.3E "CVPA1C4)-r 5. Town Indemnity. / The provisions of Section 13B of the Lease/Management Agreement are hereby deleted in their entirety. 6. Events of Default. Section 19C is hereby deleted. CLease/M:anagement enewal option. The period of time set forth in Section 27 of the Agreement for notice to be given to the Town of SRA's intent e its option to renew the Lease for an additional term shall be rom six (6) months to five (5) years. _70 - r / 57Y 3 coN0=(27Z4::F ✓cC ccrR c cis s E delay, and the period for the performance of any such act shall be extended for the period necessary to complete performance after the end of the period of such delay. Section 25. PERIOD OF LIMITATIONS. Any claim, demand, or right, or any defense thereto of any kind by SRA or the Town based upon or arising in any way in connection with or out of this Agreement or :•c::; the negotiations prior to its execution, shall be barred �'•` : :• unless asserted by giving written notice thereof within six ?`5 (6) months after the date of obtaining actual notice of the inaction or omission or the date of the occurrence of the event or of the action to which the claim, demand, right, or 11 defense relates, whichever applies. The bringing of a legal . proceeding must be made within one year after the date of obtaining actual notice of the inaction or omission or the date of the occurrence of the event or of the action to which the claim, demand, right or defense relates, whichever i applies, or the bringing of the action shall be barred. Section 26. PURCRASE OPTION. i SRA shall have the option to purchase the Premises from the Town at any time during the term of this Agreement or any extension or renewal hereof for the fair market value of the Premises, as determined by averaging three apppraisals made by three different appraisers, one selected by SRA, one selected by the Town, and the third selected by the other two, with full credit to be given SRA against the purchase price for that portion of lease payments already made by SRA to the Town attributable to the principal of the bonds. If any additional debt has been assumed by the Town as a result of the financing of repairs not covered by insurance or additional improvements , renovation, or refurbishing of the Premises, the purchase price shall not be less than the remaining principal amount of such debt. SRA shall provide notice of its intent to exercise the purchase option no later than •6 months prior to the { expiration of this lease term or any extension hereof and exercise said option prior to the expiration of the term or any extension thereof. SRA shall have the right to exercise this option only if it has substantially performed the terms of this i Agreement. SRA agrees to pay traditional clos_ng costs borne .. i by the buyer, and the Town agrees to pay traditional closing costs borne by the seller. Legal fees of closing will be borne by the respective parties. Section 27. R=AL OPTION. y Provided the,, /SRA shal have substantially performed the terms of the initial lease term herein, SRA shall have the right to four separate opt ions to extend the Ii term, each consisting of twenty years (20) and each being subject to the substantial performance of the prior extended —� term. 4 ��J83 LE�.s� Cc.htd� SRA shall give notice 0f its intent to exercise such renewal option no later than six (6) months prior to 11 the expiration of the initial lease term or aay extension hereof. During any such renewal terms, SRA's rental payments shall consist solely of those amounts necessary to i retire any remaining debt service. During any renewal term SPA shall continue to be responsible for the cost of operation, maintenance, repair or replacement as provided herein. 'YL,.. ,JItI Section 28. CORPORATE TENANT. SRA warrants it is a duly qualified non-profit corporation authorized to conduct business in Coloradoi and J all future fors, reports, fees and ocher documents necessary to comply with applicable laws will be filed when due. Section 29. GOVERNING LAW. The laws of the State of Colorado shall govern the validity, performance and enforcement of this Agreement. Should either party institute legal suit or action for c enforcement of any obligation contained herein, it is agreed that the venue of such suit or action shall be in Pitkin County, Colorado. K' Section 30. INVALID PROVISION. iIf an ba provision of this Agreement shall be determined to void by any court of competent jurisdiction, then such determination shall not affect any other provision hereof, all of which other provisions shall remain in full force and effect: and it is the intention of the parties hereto that if any provision of this Agreement is capable of two constructions, one of which would render the provision void and the other of which render the provision valid, then the provision shall have the meaning which renders it valid. 1 Section 31. CAPTIONS. Any headings preceding the text of the several articles and subparagraphs hereof are inserted solely for convenience of reference and shall not constitute a part of this Agreement, nor shall -they affect its meaning, construction, or effect. Section' 32. SRA ANNUAL REPORT TO TOWN. JSRA agrees to submit an annual report to the Town no later than November 1, each year unless the Town grants SRA a written extension, containing the following information: i A. . A review of marketing efforts connected with the Conference Center business and operations for the preceding year. i -16- VOICE MAIL BOX "CHEAT SHEET" [THIS IS HOW YOU WILL CHECK THE T.O.S.V. CITIZEN HOTLINE MESSAGES] (UPDATED 2101 TO BE MORE COMPREHENSIVE AND FOR NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS) FYI -YOU MAY CHECK YOUR TOWN MESSAGES FROM ANY PHONE. IT DOES NOT MATTER IF IT IS IN THE TOWN OFFICES OR OUT OF THE STATE. 1. DIAL 923-2878 TO GET TO TOWN VOICE MAIL SYSTEM [YOU WILL HAVE TO DIAL IT JUST LIKE A LONG DISTANCE PHONE NUMBER IF YOU ARE OUT OF TOWN] 2. PRESS . WHEN YOU HEAR THE VOICE THAT SAYS "THANK YOU FOR CALLING THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE..." 3. ENTER YOUR USER ID [SAME AS BOX NUMBER - SEE BELOW] 4. PRESS # KEY 5. ENTER YOUR SECURITY CODE [SAME AS BOX NUMBER - SEE BELOW] 8. PRESS # KEY 7. VOICE MAIL WILL SAY: "USER ID [SEE NUMBER BELOW] YOU HAVE [SO MANY] NEW AND ISO MANY] SAVED MESSAGES. TO PLAY YOUR MESSAGES PRESS 1, TO SEND A NEW MESSAGE ..." 8. PRESS 1 TO PLAY MESSAGES 9. VOICE MAIL WILL SAY: "MESSAGE FORWARDED BY RHONDA COXON OR CAREY SHANKS, EXT. 201 OR 203 [AND DATE AND TIME MESSAGE WAS RECORDED]" 10. 1ST MESSAGE WILL THEN PLAY. [FYI - MESSAGES WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE SAVED] 11. PRESS 1 TO PLAY THE NEXT MESSAGE OR TO SKIP AHEAD HINTS: 12. PRESS •1 TO REPLAY CURRENT MESSAGE 13. PRESS 2 TO SAVE MESSAGE 14. PRESS 3 TO DELETE MESSAGE (PLEASE DELETE YOUR MESSAGES AFTER LISTENING) 15. PRESS 4 WHILE PLAYING MESSAGE TO PAUSE FOR UP TO 30 SECONDS, PRESS 4 TO RESUME PLAYING. [OTHER USER OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE JUST FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS YOU HEAR ON THE VOICE MAIL SYSTEM RIGHT AFTER THE MESSAGE IS DONE PLAYING.] TOWN COUNCIL BOX NUMBERS: T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER BOX 307 DOUG MERCATORIS BOX 308 DICK VIRTUE BOX 309 ARNIE MORDKIN BOX 310 BOB PURVIS BOX 311 `�� wo PISHARED/CLERK/GENWORK.TCr,OUNCIL VM CHEAT SHEET C_ ]io Hµ055 P N2 < 3799 HIGHWAY 82•P.O. DRAWER 2150 GLENWOOD SPRINGS,COLORADO 81602 r (970)945-5491 •FAX(970)945-4081 n d�ry3 SS0a) February 12, 2001 l I FEB 15 2001 Town of Snowmass Village I Attention: Mr. Gary Sulter L,_.____..____.___ P. 0. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615-5010 RE: Community Enhancement Fund Payment 2000 Pro-rated Revenue Dear Mr. Sulter: Pursuant to the terms and conditions of Section 11 "Community Enhancement Fund", Town of Snowmass Village, Ordinance No. 15 (Series of 1999), enclosed Is our check In the amount of $24,102.52. Our payment Is based on one percent (1%) of the gross revenues collected from the sale of electricity, within the Town boundaries, for May through December 2000. The gross revenue collected during this period was $2,410,251 .90. Future Enhancement Fund payments, for revenue years 2001 through 2019, will be based on the annual gross electric revenue collected within the Town boundaries. The fund payment for revenue year 2020 will be based on the gross electric revenue collected within the Town boundaries for the period from January through April 2020. With this payment, Holy Cross Energy has now contributed a total of $26,102.52 to this program since Its inception on April 17, 2000. If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact me at (970) 947-5430. Sincerely, HOLY CROSS ENERGY SE CA&� Stephen B. Casey, Supervisor of Contract Services SBC Enclosure Town of Snowmass Village - Community Enhancement Fund (DR 236.65) [3821011 N:%"rACOmmYnKy(n l„n emm ftl WAZOGO■Mnw.tlOC a—Villop TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 19, 2001 Agenda Item: Election Issues Presented By: Trudl Worline/Gary Suiter Core Issues: At the December 18, 2000 Meeting, Council requested additional information regarding the requirements of the Uniform Election Code as they compare to those of the Municipal Election Code. If Council were to choose to conduct a coordinated election with Pitkin County in the future, the election would be conducted under the requirements and deadline dates as set forth under the Uniform Election Code. Following is information to assist Council in their attempt to create a more friendly election process for candidates as well as for the public. General Info: Possible topics for discussion: • Candidate application deadlines; • Town elections conducted by Snowmass Village versus Coordinating elections with Pitkln County; • Absentee voting (early voting for the County)which requires that a voter obtain an application for a ballot from both the Town and from Pitkin County; • Voting at the Absentee voting polling place (early voting for the County)for separate elections requires that the voters vote at two locations-at Snowmass Village and in Aspen; • When the Town conducts its own election, a voter must vote two separate ballots at separate voting booths; CURRENT ELECTION FACTS: Current Deadlines Coordinated Election Town Election Notify Pitkin County of desire to coordinate 100 days before Election N/A Adopt Reso for Special 101 days before Election N/A Coordinated Election Candidate Nomination Petitions Available 91 days before Election 50 days before Election Applications for absentee Ballots accepted 90 days before Election 90 days before Election Candidate Petition deadline before 71 days before Election 30 days before Last day to cure Petitions for Municipal office 68 days before Election 23 days r7S Last day to cancel Election 63 days before Election N/A Write-In Candidates must file with Muni Clerk 64 days before Election NIA IGA to coordinate with County must be signed 60 days before Election 60 days Ballot certified to Clerk 55 days before Election 55 days before Election Tabor issue comments due to Muni Clerk 45 days before Election 45 days Tabor comments due from Petition reps. 43 days before Election 43 days Tabor notice info due to County Clerk 42 days before Election 42 days Last day to register to vote 29 days before Election 29 days Deadline for Candidate to withdraw from race Not specific 24 days Deadline for Candidate Not specific 23 days to amend nomination Petition 23 days Absentee/early voting 10 days before Primary 12 days open 15 days before General Publish Election Notice 10 days before Election 10 days Council previously stated a desire to provide"one-voter, one- ballot"voting for Snowmass Village voters and earlier candidate campaigning abilities. I have discussed this with the Town Attorney, who agrees that there are two ways to achieve this end. One avenue is to coordinate Town elections with Pitkin County and the second is for Council to identify the issues you wish to change, and include those changes in the Town's Municipal Code and Home Rule Charter. UPDATE ON ELECTION EQUIPMENT: Staff is in the process of gathering information related to the various types of election equipment available on the market. This information will be then provided to the Election Advisory Committee for review and recommendation for purchase. If Council chooses to coordinate Town elections with Pitkin County, we will still need to have election equipment available for Special Town Elections. so Elections cm . , Page 3 As I reported at the December 18, 2000 Meeting, 1 spoke with the Pitkin County Clerk, who reported that she has had no problems with the current election equipment and informed me that she has no immediate intentions to purchase new election equipment until touch-screen is further perfected. I have experienced no problems with our current election equipment other than the ballot counters are obsolete and replacement parts are no longer available. The November 7, 2000 election as well as the January 16, 2001 Special Election went very smoothly, although voter complaints at the November 7 Election were higher than usual regarding the necessity to obtain two separate ballots at the November Election and absentee vote in two separate locations. Council Options: Amend Municipal Code or coordinate Town elections with Pitkin County. Staff Recommendation: Coordinate Regular Town Elections with Pitkin County, which are held the second Tuesday in November of even-numbered years. Town Special Elections scheduled for months other than November will still need to be conducted by the Town. If Council chooses to amend the Municipal Code and Home Rule Charter, staff requests that Council specifically Identify each election issue and provide direction to staff. a 7 Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Donna J. Garcia by February 28 2001 at 5 P.M. Status Report Bullets in Italics have been previously listed February 19, 2001 Town Council / Town Manager Activity/Staff Status Manager 7 �Co e d si7.�e de" er I as Vil age Pre itch discuss p� h'el t .a . . f3 � f� +Jr Entryway Planning Project ■ Pool on hold pending site resolution. Gary Suiier ■ Road Design continuin . Town M a 's O^ I c t S i r `"if "Sc o us `" �a§ Qt ss " n m i e` lin U as - t' , mg R `I In Val ey IGA with staff orr p v e Pagg a li§lied Fete 2$'� ' ' ��n!�- . - . . "!`z�,"''C.00fdlnatln ,TellUfl(�etn I -�i� 4 r�•��tr. T�r ,a'. Town Attorney Activity/Staff Status a Town A Manager t` a a fr ; Activitie � �� Housing Activity/Staff Status Housin Manager e n `✓oe: o a6s c �. a I ,, o e c m• I ills i B ewe away e�i ors -b "droa Mµyou t i �1 �4 T Parcel N. Employee Housing ■ An Ordinance is being prepared to begin . Joe Coffey excavation on Parcel "N" for the Feb. 19th Town Council meeting. Finance Manager-ActiVity/Staff Status Ac e ff gqpppppp�� ' Web Page Enhancement ■ New interface being designed. Nick Tucker ■ Preparing documents for microfilming and storage. ■ Prepared RFP for WEB page BID. ■ Added AutoCAD maps viewable by browser. Public Works FUME no a sl l Brush Creek/Highline Intersection ■ Design Team is meeting with Bernadette to Hunt Walker coordinate intersection design, stream relocation, and the Highline Trail. • Met with Bernadette, the Town Engineer, and Bill Johnson. Determined that the roundabout will not negatively impact Highline Trail or stream relocation. • Need to coordinate with Brush Creek Trail. tV4o PIIII III a e S 2 Public Safety Activity/Staff Status Manager . �. �� Police Departmeu Act�vik►e Ou An mad CgntroI Depa jlment participj A. udic eanng befpre the FitKin County , County Commissioners regardipg� ?`. f4 .Air i. 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Trails Planning' ;'Y _ ■ Wor` ing,with Skt Co mapping a rtrarls Masteir eernadethiBa rhetgn h �_ , , s , as' �'� Plp < Stiq wo',krn0, with tCe rah( Committee I � .rWvw rY¢tii r mR �on a ro,�ed is ornexf yea �# t 31 {�h � ,i arylty a`a*F r rw evr i �¢ e e s ■� Cost esti }ates have beer rulli%od rneP Ads axen� sans r. a � sQrsw4 d� EOfeferenfcgd,tr7A r Sj< �. �n,, OS wq spare Me co /5 r i 'r Sta r coordtrny anee'66t in wl o ice a d vitil Counfy'Open Sip c T ar1Co flee iris{{�Jan `2a 3 0U' t s+. s r r Y�� �d$�'�`IM� Tral���p a rng or Sgss o t h S P �} may, •! '; '�i�� ^#, :'F�?r a` --�. , �`+ °ia �� ■�` �ralSCo�tn1l,[Ie„PNO l �l (B�tCSe9, G0 G . AE, Hr Fibne o d 1.0.' � u ¢, r _ g e I� a � , ariyN�ap 1 iyPeptragil rn hep°GolCou e �A �4b"T''.ei m'PT IAe S'4zY �" i rr� Irdknotic r emen 10 "Reese , y:u=, r' QfOpvl,Cree4(SelMeon0ect4l�. Unit Equivalency Assessment ■ Drafting a series of charts to clarify the Roberti Voigt relationships between various floor space ratio calculations. r r-.�.ar" `Town 1Ne ,Pa a Sf�ateon�inurn o �C,00�po sad A rece ve fundin eob'�"i�►�o � � "..t' Ofo � e. eft it'at . w tb s esre rese t v( 'fr o' Rc pl n too a ro of r n02 Design & Site Review Reference ■ Creating reference docum3ents for use during Materials Work Sessions, regarding: Urban Design Robert J. Vol Principles, site planning checklists, strategic planning, and comprehensive plan direction. • Developing slide library and presentations for Work Sessions reviewing major developments in other resort communities (Whistler Blackcomb, Big White, Silver Star, and Sun Peaks). • Developing reference materials and presentations regarding the design and development of the public realm. am 5 g V, rywaySign � Vtllage �n � r , , : Pro osed design is complet , Roberti.' 4n �,.t�`�t�? r � t I �yt.tht�: • � /34 � e .f k�4r�( !,n_ _ ., Urban Design Presentation ■ Development of presentation for the Planning (Whistler) Commission. Robert J. Voigt Ma'or Development Review Update • ect Manager • • . Sven tai c xf'°nsion [a,�dfo;A .aaa�A'sx Ga�Suuei e Subpoe ae ou app ar a rega�d 4 Snowmass Club Phase II ■ Finalization and distribution of Town Council Sketch Plan Resolution completed. Jim Wahistrom ,NM'+n,pmilMp lr t"`+`""rxn.3PY;.+ile �! >^F^8 Mfw ur CO) St 4x4 ^yr Snowmass Ge £ Ex ans o ■ 6 a co sr errri amendrnga ica etc a trci a e a Q r a o rua ,#; Base Village Pre-Sketch Plan ■ Will provide supplemental information as needed. Minor Development Review Update Project • Update 2�,� ... SnOWMaSS�C11a el Pr Bkete eiir d e pare,, a o [OF,7ow o�r(alrw ,,, JiifWd 'sr',y a ���y°..�.�3s.�„*� 9n Woodrun Place, Unit 51 ■ Prepared Planning Commission resolution for denial. ■ Preparing staff meeting for Town Council on February 19th. W43 wpm 6 Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance Project I Manager Update Administratlye Mod ificatio Spowma,s*yatei-SanitO n Distnct Employee ` x �. i , r xk, HOUSIn �C,iOVBnlmvental SPtq ` �� •4.`a9` a °io n 'Q, `� '�^;�b Horse Ranch, Lot 28 ■ Setback encroachment approved. Lot 68, Woodrum" 31 ■ Buildm height c9pstant o ts�de envelopo t ' . u ,.` "a* Special Review/Minor PUD ■ Sprint/Silvertree cell site, Town Council mtg. Amendment February 19`h and March 5'h. Dry Lo3 rde t 4y= ,, r l^ :; r Variant g` fak/gel4 M x e ? star} E+�,, Ridge Run I, Lot 69 ■ Variance, Planning Commission mtg. 03-07-01,„ Pending Ui2date Project • Update Snowmass, as Es at" ■' Inten{rl$Pd adm/n/strative'mod ca�i ¢ io : 'applicatio !� ceived f4�3 O�s ure ft ad d `"r� Ezpans �� " x , ch.r�conrq r to abwld� �a P�annm �ommiss�on a royve�debrU r ! 7, , N � it T� - F��41v �, t��+zdT[� P Y�•,Y� � ,`'.,�{'4k ,r. ' Z . <'.Nhc„ � n 1 Enforcement Update • ect / Manager Update Si ns at th"e a ■ ' Photo fa hed Sig' sat g r4. u, ' �� ' � t� , gPz, h , R y ✓,m wahist' r �r I■ Evaluate g a arnst comprehensive sln plant I f dY co Com le t o ogr phm e a o T s'�°a a �t , ' of > :?` * M 0 '1 ;an a moo F � 7 Transportation Project • Update H' 11 In*,eb,,' - ag. or Bu n Cont�n i`" ds ° oGa a e s n- ts Snowmass Club Phase I Bus ■ Discussion on possible location and design Stops has begun with the Country Club Townhouse David Peckler Homeowner's Association and the developers. ■ Land access agreement would be presented to Homeowner's at Board meeting in January. Project Update Coordination-Gary Suiter 923.3777 est.106 Public Works-Hunt Walker 923-5110 Housing-Joe Coffey 923-2360 Community Development-Thompson/Conrad/Bnrthele nghilEllisIStnhman/GnunilMclntire 913-3314 Town Clerk -Trudi Worline 923-3777 Finance-Marianne Rakowski 913-3796 Police Chief-Art Smythe 923-5330 III-1;S s• 8 IFebruaryPacket Calendar 11 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 -2:00 P.M. -Resort Tours -Resort Tows -Resort Tours -Resort Tours T.C.W.S. -4:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 -2:00 P.M. -VLF -5:30 P.M. T.C.W. S. 3:00—5:30 Resort Anderson Discussions Ranch With ASC -Valentine's Day 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 -2:00 P.M. -Resort Tour T.C.W.S. Telluride -4:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 25 26 27 28 -Mardi Chas 11 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 -5:30 P.M. Resort Discussions with ASC 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 -2:00 P.M. - 5:30 P.M. T.C.W.S. Resort Discussions -4:00 P.M. with ASC T.C.Mtg. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 -2:00 P.M. -5:00 P.M. -5:30 P.M. T.C.W.S. EOTC @ Resort Aspen City Discussions St.Patrick's Hall with ASC Day 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 -2:00 P.M. - 3:30—5:30 - (Possible) T.C.W.S. Arts Summit Resort Tour @ Copper,Vail, - 4:00 P.M. Anderson Beaver Creek T.C.Mtg. Rench 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 e97 w" Potential Sites I. Hidden Valley 2. Upper Divide Parking lot 3. Horse Ranch School Site 4. Little Red School House Criteria for Site Selection I. Year around access to trails 2. Handicapped access 3. High visibility to user 4. Rural setting which is adjacent to public roadway 5. Affordable 6. Near additional parking area 7. Land that lends itself to a restoration opportunity 8. Access to mass transportation 9. Adjacent to open space 10. A buildable property 11. No wetland impacts associated with property 12. Lacks impacts to neighborhoods 13. Fulfills programmatic needs 14. In proximity to little red school house 15. Useable during all four seasons 16. Consideration for wildlife impacts ROBERT M. WEINSHENKER 13 Ridge Crest Drive Chesterfield, Mo. 63017 DATE: February 12, 2001 TO: Town of Snowmass Village ADDRESS: Box 5010 CITY & STATE: Snowmass Village, Co. 81615 ATTENTION: Village Town Council SUBJECT: Smoking Ban I have just finished reading the 2/7/01 edition of the Snowmass Sun. With skier days down, occupancy down,and the cost of skiing in Snowmass continuing to escalate I am appalled that you would consider another Law that will help drive more people away. Let me say up front,I AM NOT A SMOKER. Mr. Mike Mercatoris who started the no smoking ban is quite wrong in his statement that Second hand smoke kills. Where is his facts for this statement? . The last time I heard,the Center for Disease which was the first agency to specify that second hand smoke kills, came out not to long ago with a disclaimer to that statement. It seems that after all the years and all the research that they conducted,they could find NO link for this. I have been coming to Aspen-Snowmass since the early 60's. I have been a property owner in the village for over thirty years. I have seen the Village change over the years and I have watched the Village shot itself in the foot more than once. There is a tendency to listen to a few complainers and not see tje"big"picture. Snowmass is not growing,other areas are.. When you go into a restaurant and/or bar,you made that choice of your own free will. If you do not like the restaurant/bar for any reason you do not have to go back. If enough people complain about something,then the Owner can make the decision to listen to their complaints and decide what is HIS best course of action We do NOT need the Village of Snowmass deciding what is best for a private business. How many times have you gone into a restaurant and were asked,"smoking or nonsmoking"? And when you were asked this did you reply, "first available"? More than likely you did. Your desire to eat at that establishment was greater than your "concern"for your health. Lets spend our time bringing people back to the Village and not find ways to chase them away. t� F I d D- ' • ' Silvertree Hotel, *245-A i "c _ .r i �J. HEDq1cK &Assoc1A Silvertree Hotel, #245-A