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05-14-01 Town Council Packet ji SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MAY 14, 2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL DISCUSSION AGENDA Item No. 2: TUBE TOWN YEAR-END REPORT -- Rob Baxter. . . . . . . .No Packet Information Item No. 3: SUMMER ACTIVITIES DISCUSSION - Carey Shanks. . . . . No Packet Information REGULAR AGENDA Item No. 4: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 5: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 04, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF FIRST READING ON AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE FARAWAY RANCH PARCEL "N" AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT FINAL PUD, INCLUDING FINAL PLAT, REZONING TO MF, MULTI-FAMILY AND PERMITTING CONDOMINIUMIZATION OF THE UNITS -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 (Tab A) Item No. 6: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 01, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF SECOND READING ON AN ORDINANCE REGARDING A MINOR PUD AMENDMENT APPLICATION BY SPRINT SPECTRUM, LP, TO ALLOW THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN EQUIPMENT STORAGE SHED AT THE SILVERTREE HOTEL -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . .Page 8 (Tab B) Item No. 7: RESOLUTION NO. 23, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION BY SPRINT SPECTRUM, LP, TO PERMIT THE MOUNTING OF ROOFTOP ANTENNA RECEPTION OR TRANSMISSION DEVICES AT THE SILVERTREE HOTEL - Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . Page 13 (Tab C) 05-14-01 tc Page 2 Item No. 8: RESOLUTION NO. 28, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING DATES FOR REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FOR THE MONTHS OF JUNE AND JULY, 2001 -- Gary Suitor. . . . . . . . . . . Page 16 (Tab D) Item No. 9: MANAGER'S REPORT -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . Page 18 (Tab E) Item No. 10: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS Item No. 11: CALENDARS. . . . . . . . . . . .Page 20 (Tab F) Item No. 12: 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: May 14, 2001 Agenda Item: First Reading: Ordinance No. 04, Series Of 2001, an ordinance approving the Faraway Ranch Parcel "N" Affordable Housing Project Final PUD, including final plat, rezoning to MF, Multi-Family and permitting condominiumization of the units. Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: 1) Please review Article 10 of the Condominium Declarations to determine whether the proposed use restrictions satisfactorily address the concerns expressed by the Ridge Condominium unit owners and whether some or all of the provisions should be incorporated within the PUD Guide so as to be enforceable by the Town. 2) Has adequate information been provided to describe the work and landscaping being proposed? Should additional information be provided prior to second reading? 3) Has the applicant sufficiently addressed the review standards and direction given during their Preliminary PUD approval? The April 6 letter from Alan Richman contained within their application discussed consistency with these requirements. General Info: The Snowmass Village Housing Department ("Applicant") has submitted on behalf of the Town of Snowmass Village (the "Landowner") a request for approval of the Faraway Ranch Parcel "N"Affordable Housing Final PUD Plan submission (the "Project"), including subdivision plat and rezoning from SPA-1 to MF Multi-Family. The Planning Commission recommends approval subject to conditions contained within Section Two of the ordinance. The Applicant should be providing a materials and colors sample board for review at the meeting. Second reading is scheduled to occur on May 21. 1) Give first reading approval of the ordinance as written or Council Options: as may be amended at the meeting. 2) Table first reading approval of the ordinance and direct staff to amend the ordinance or obtain additional information prior to second reading. 3) Deny the application. Staff Staff recommends first reading approval with direction to amend Recommendation: the ordinance as appropriate. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 04 SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE FARAWAY RANCH PARCEL "N" AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT FINAL PUD, INCLUDING FINAL PLAT, REZONING TO MF, MULTI- FAMILY AND PERMITTING CONDOMINIUMIZATION OF THE UNITS. WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Housing Department(the "Applicant"), has submitted on behalf of the Town of Snowmass Village(the"Landowner')a request for approval of the Faraway Ranch Parcel "N"Affordable Housing Final PUD Plan submission . (the"Project"), including subdivision plat and rezoning from SPA-1 to MF Multi-Family;and WHEREAS, the application concerns Parcel N, Faraway Ranch Subdivision, according to the Gross Parcel Plat recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Page 5 of the records of the Pitkin County, Colorado Clerk and Recorder ("Parcel N"); and WHEREAS, the application satisfies the minimum requirements of Section 16A-5- 360(c)(2) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code"); and WHEREAS, the Town Council approved the Preliminary PUD Plan application by adoption of Resolution No. 25, Series of 2000 ("Resolution 25"); and WHEREAS, Section Four, Condition No. 9,of Resolution 25 specifies that the Final PUD plan shall be presented to the Planning Commission for their review and recommendations pursuant to Section 16A-5-360(c)(4) of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS,the Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval at their May 2, 2001 meeting subject to certain conditions that have been incorporated as part of Section Two of this Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has reviewed the final PUD application, all relevant materials and testimony and the staff recommendation; and WHEREAS, in accordance with the provisions of Section 16A-5-360(c)(4) of the Municipal Code, the Town Council finds that the application complies with Section 16A-5- 300(c), Section 16A-5-310 and is consistent with the Preliminary PUD plan; and WHEREAS, on October 9, 2000, the Town Council, by a unanimous vote of the members present and voting, authorized developmenton slopes greater than thirty percent (30%)for those structures and improvements shown within the Final PUD Plan application, in accordance with Section 16A-4-50(d)(4), Other Circumstances, of the Municipal Code; and TC Ord. No.04, Series of 2001 Page 2 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, Colorado, as follows: Section One: Approval. The Town Council hereby approves the Faraway Ranch Parcel "N" Affordable Housing Final PUD Plan submission, as described and set forth below, subject to the conditions contained in Section Two below. 1. Final PUD Plan. The Town Council hereby approves the Faraway Ranch Parcel "N" Affordable Housing Final PUD Plan, as specifically described in: 1)the PUD Guide, attached herewith as part of Exhibit A of this Ordinance; 2)the Final PUD Plan, civil engineering drawings and specifications, water and sewer plans, final landscape plan, architectural plans and elevations, colors and materials and the construction management and phasing plans; and 3) all other documents as set forth in the Final PUD Plan application dated April 6, 2001, which collectively are incorporated herein by this reference as if set forth at length, subject to those amendments described within Exhibit "B" of this Ordinance and the Conditions described in Section Two below. 2. Rezoning. The Town Council hereby approves the rezoning of Parcel N from SPA-1, Specially Planned Area, to the MF, Multi-Family, zone district and authorizes that the Town of Snowmass Village Official Zone District Map be amended accordingly. 3. Condominiumization.The Town Council hereby approves the condominiumization of Affordable Housing residential dwelling units in accordance with the Final PUD Plan. 4. Final Plat. The Town Council hereby approves the detailed final plat for the Faraway Ranch Parcel "N" Affordable Housing. The Town Council hereby authorizes the Mayor and Town Clerk to execute the plat on behalf of the Town Council following review and approval by the Town Attorney and Planning Director as to form and content. Upon execution, the detailed final plat shall be filed for record by the Town, at Applicant's expense, in the office of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. Section Two: Conditions of Approval. The approvals granted within Section One above shall be subject to the following conditions: 3- TC Ord. No.04, Series of 2001 Page 3 1. The Project shall remain in compliance with the provisions of this Ordinance and the PUD Guide at all times. Any modifications shall occur only in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Code in effect at that time as an amendment to the approved Final PUD Plan. 2. The erosion and sediment control plan shall be reviewed periodically by the Planning Director, or designee, during the construction process to ensure that the mitigation efforts are effectively controlling erosion and sediment run-off. The Applicant will respond to any changes requested by the Town that are deemed necessary to control erosion and sediment run-off to the expectation of the Town. 3. The applicant shall complete all actions or matters which in the opinion of the Planning Director and the Town Attorney are necessary to satisfy or dispense with the completion, execution and/or recording of all documents necessary to implement the requirements of this Ordinance and the Municipal Code. Should disagreements arise that cannot be resolved between Town Staff and the Applicant, the matter will be referred to the Town Council for final direction and/or determination. 4. Extreme caution shall be taken to minimize vegetation removal within the area between the bike path and Brush Creek Road. Any trees removed within this area shall be replaced with a comparable replanting as appropriate to preserve a visually equivalent landscape buffer between the Project and roadway. 5. Prior to the issuance of the building permit, the Applicant shall submit an amended Landscape Plan for review and approval of the Planning Director showing: a) The placement of additional planting, i.e. Aspen or Cottonwoods, within the area between the buildings and the uphill retaining wall to soften the appearance of the wall; b) Specify a minimum twelve (12) foot height for the two (2) Spruce located between the carport/garage buildings to accentuate the planting within that area; c) Provide a detailed description and plan for the manner in which the bike path boulder wall will be constructed and demonstrating that there will be fill dirt, vines and other long-term vegetation placed between the boulders to soften the appearance of the wall; and TC Ord. No. 04, Series of 2001 Page 4 d) Provide additional detail for the area adjacent to the bike path to demonstrate that there will be vertical (minimum 8.5 feet) and lateral (minimum 2 feet) clearances from the wall and landscaping as well as ensuring that the trail design standards specified in Section 16A-4-220(b)of the Municipal Code will be satisfied. 6. A final Construction Management Plan shall be provided to the Planning Director for review and approval by the Town Council at second reading of this ordinance. Section Three: Direction to Town Clerk. The Final Landscape Plan and Construction Management Plan shall be reviewed and approved by the Planning Director. The Town Council hereby authorizes the Town Clerk to receive copies of the final plans and to then attach them as part of Exhibit "B" of this Ordinance. Section Four: Severability. Any portion or provision of this Ordinance determined by a Court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable shall not affect or impair the validity and enforceability of all other portions and provisions of this Ordinance. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on First Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on the 14th day of May, 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 on Second Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on the 21st day of May, 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 ATTEST: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor Trudi Worline, Town Clerk EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance No.4,Series of 2001 (Page 1 of 1) PARCEL N PUD GUIDE Derelupt�lentgBtaatldr� Approved iblidtioas Perm[tttxl :Ua�c ` ` :ate ♦ Multi-family dwellings (10 three bedroom units and 6 two bedroom units) a$ asr = r '- L,$ ♦ Accessory buildings and uses f k�f , ��M�° !: ', � ! ♦ Home occupations �< °a'�x 3 ♦ Commonly-owned, above a =a x toy' tz LF grade, detached garages for , b *: three or more automobiles rw x <_ ♦ Private recreation facilities s x =E x'S �.gq�3 s g ? e' 3$ = 4 L� r 5 ♦ Pedestrian trails .. Minimwb 1<.tll Ste, 150,392 s.f. Mlniln0M:V fli` as r ° ' Y a� s 825 feet a� 1VIinlmutn;lH` pt' artl !I 45 feet (detached garage) SO 85 feet (Building A) Mnlmtn SIBe 'ar r+ 0 feet (detached garage) x 10 feet (Building B) aMlnlgfl,>ttteN1i Yr7 = _� 20' (retaining wall) 35' (Building A) Maximpme3ltt.;Principal)guilipg 37.5 feet Maximum'$eip, ttr'Accessoy Bailclixig' 4 17 feet .. F < 3 'p $ s a c y Mlnirnnm: 'gll±cent of Upen:5pc 80%1 iVlaxitnnrn t 33,500 sq. ft. (0.22:1), including: � A Building 1: 12,000 sq. ft. Building 2: 15,500 sq. ft. x. Carports/Garageslrrash: 6,000 sq. ft. M nimnrn Hunt er of Parking Spaces 47 spaces (1.12 spaces per unit: A ? ` 2 spaces per two bedroom unit and 3.5 spaces per three bedroom unit) 1. The percentage of open space has been calculated by deducting that portion of the site that is covered by structures. If the. open space ratio should also exclude the area within the parldng lots/turn around area, we will adjust the ratio accordingly. EXHIBIT "B" TC Ordinance No.4,Series of 2001 (Page 1 of 1 EXHIBIT "B" WILL CONTAIN THE FINAL LANDSCAPING PLAN, FINAL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PLAN AND ALL OTHER DOCUMENTS NOT PART OF THE ORIGINAL SUBMISSION PACKET. aw 7 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: May 14, 2001 Agenda Item: Second Reading — Ordinance No. 01, Series of 2001, an ordinance regarding a Minor PUD Amendment application by Sprint Spectrum, LP, to allow the construction of an equipment storage shed at the Silvertree Hotel. Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: 1. Is the application consistent with the applicable Review Standards (Section 16A-5-390(3)— Land Use Code)? The Review Standards require that the proposal not have a substantially adverse impact upon or change the basic character of surrounding properties. 2. The Applicant indicates that the fence was recommended by Sprint designers to prevent snow plowed from the roadway above from reaching the building. They are considering removal of the fence entirely but their representative, Robin Hartzog-Millar (who is recommending removal of the fence from the application), had not received a final report as of this writing. Detailed information concerning the fence will be provided at the meeting if it is still being requested by Sprint. This item remained scheduled as it was felt by staff that it could be handled quickly during the meeting. An alternative may be for the fence to be a retaining wall containing fill and landscaping on the road side 3. Digital images of the pool building have been place in your council boxes. The built-up roof contains a light colored stone surface. It is not dark colored volcanic rock like the hotel as it was felt that the lighter rock does not draw as much attention to the building as would the darker rock. The roof is scheduled to be redone with a new membrane next spring although the same stone will be saved and re-applied on top of the new roof. The Sprint lease with the Silvertree requires regular maintenance of the proposed equipment shed. Future roof maintenance of both buildings will likely occur at the same time or within one (1) year of each other. Please review the conditions within the enclosed ordinance to determine whether this issue is satisfactorily addressed. General Info: The Minor PUD Amendment is to allow the construction of a 256 square foot storage shed adjacent to the Silvertree Hotel pool, as shown in Exhibit A. This application received first reading approval on April 16. The Public Hearing was held and then closed at the May 7 meeting. At that time, Council tabled second reading and requested that the Applicant consider removing the fence or provide more specific information as to why it was needed and what would it look like (colors & materials). The applicant also needed to confirm what type of roof was being proposed and it's maintenance. Council Options: Second reading approval, approval with conditions or denial. Staff Staff recommends second reading approval of the Recommendation: enclosed ordinance. GOP SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 01 SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE REGARDING A MINOR PUD AMENDMENT APPLICATION BY SPRINT SPECTRUM, LP, TO ALLOW THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN EQUIPMENT STORAGE SHED AT THE SILVERTREE HOTEL. WHEREAS, Sprint Spectrum, LP, (Applicant), has applied for a Minor PUD Amendment to allow construction of a 256 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 April 4, 2001, and has recommended approval of the Minor PUD Amendment; and WHEREAS, a First Reading of the ordinance occurred on April 16, 2001 before the Town Council; and WHEREAS, in accordance with published and mailed notice, a public hearing was held before the Town Council on May 7, 2001 to receive public comment on the Applicant's proposal; and WHEREAS, this application was then tabled until May 14, 2001 for second reading approval. 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. 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. 3. The Minor PUD Amendment application, subject to satisfying the conditions stated below, is consistent with the applicable review TC Ord.01-01 Page 2 standards specified within Section 16A-5-390(3) of the Municipal Code. Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby approves the Minor PUD Amendment application allowing construction of a 256 square foot equipment storage shed, as shown and described within Exhibit "A". This ordinance shall not become effective unless Town Council Resolution No. 23, Series of 2001, is approved. Further, any approval is 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 storage shed. 4. All Aspen trees shall be a minimum 2 '/z inch caliper and evergreens must exceed eight (8)feet in height. The Applicant will field stake the evergreen and deciduous tree locations prior to planting for location review and approval of the Town Planning Director. Plants and trees shall be guaranteed by the Applicant in accordance with the "Landscaping Notes" on Sheet L-1, being the landscape plan. 5. The storage shed will be fully enclosed. 6. Fence: Describe whether fence being removed or define design, colors and materials as defined during the meeting. 7. The storage shed will use colors and materials ie-serAPIOMQRi to match the existing adjacent pool building str-stufes. The roof shall be built-up or membrane with matching light rock material surface. Regular maintenance of the building shall occur during the same periods in which the pool building is maintained with colors and roof materials being modified as necessary to correspond with changes that may occur to the pool building. 8. The storage shed is not a permanent structure. It can be used only to . II ' TC Ord.01-01 Page 3 house Sprint PCS cellular equipment and must be removed upon completion of lease term. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on First Reading on this 16th day of April, 2001, upon a motion by Council Member Mordkin, the second of Council Member Virtue, and upon a vote of 4 in favor and 0 against. Council Member Mercatoris was on excused absence. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on Second Reading on this 14th day of May, 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 ATTEST: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor Trudi Worline, Town Clerk NOTE: Exhibit "A" will be the same as contained within the May 7 Town Council packet, or as may be amended at the meeting. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: May 14, 2001 Agenda Item: Action — Resolution No. 23, Series of 2001, a special review application by Sprint Spectrum, LP, to permit the mounting of rooftop reception or transmission devices at the Silvertree Hotel. Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: The Special Review application principally involves the antennas proposed to be located atop the Silvertree Hotel. Is the application consistent with the applicable Review Standards? (Section 16A-5-390(3)— Land Use Code). Staff finds that the request is consistent with these standards. This item should only be approved if Ordinance 1 receives second reading approval. General Info: This item was tabled at the May 7 Town Council meeting. The public hearing was held and then closed at that meeting. The exhibits to the enclosed resolution will be the same as those contained within the May 7 packet, or as may be amended at this meeting. Robin Hartzog-Millar (Applicant) will be at the public hearing to answer any questions regarding these applications. Council Options: Grant resolution approval, approval with conditions or denial. Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the enclosed resolution. I �� SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 23 SERIES OF 2001 A SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION BY SPRINT SPECTRUM, LP, TO PERMIT THE MOUNTING OF ROOFTOP RECEPTION OR TRANSMISSION DEVICES 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 on or 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 antenna reception or transmission devices as an allowed use requiring special review approval in the PUD zone district; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission heard a presentation by the Applicant and the Town Staff on April 4, 2001, and recommended approval of the Special Review application; and WHEREAS, in accordance with published and mailed notice, a public hearing was held before the Town Council on May 7, 2001 to receive public comment on the Applicant's proposal; and WHEREAS, this application was then tabled until May 14, 2001 for final action. 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 the Special Review application allowing the installation of antenna reception or transmission devices atop the Silvertree Hotel, as shown and described within Exhibit A. Further, any approval is subject to the conditions stated in Section Three below. TC Reso.01.23 Page 2 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 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. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on this 14th day of May, 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 NOTE: Exhibit "A" will be the same as contained within the May 7 Town Council packet, or as may be amended at the meeting. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: Monday, May 14, 2001 Agenda Item: Resolution No. 28, Series of 2001, establishing dates for regular meetings of the Snowmass Village Town Council for the months of June and July, 2001 Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Core Issues: This Resolution sets the Council Meeting dates for the months of June and July, 2001, per Council direction at the May 7, 2001 Regular Town Council meeting. Staff Recommendation: Approval of the Resolution. loo SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 28 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING DATES FOR REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FOR THE MONTHS OF JUNE AND JULY, 2001 WHEREAS, Section 4.1 of the Town of Snowmass Village Home Rule Charter provides that the Town Council shall meet regularly at least twice each month and a day and hour to be fixed by a Resolution; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 18, Series of 2001 states that Regular meetings of the Town Council shall be held at 4:00 p.m. on the first, second and third Mondays of each month; and WHEREAS, Circumstances arising during the months of June and July, 2001 do not allow Council meetings to be held on Regular Meeting dates, due to lack of a quorum; and WHEREAS, The Snowmass Village Town Council has agreed that it is necessary to change Regular Meeting dates for the months of June and July, 2001. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One. Regular Snowmass Village Town Council meeting dates for the months of June and July, 2001 are set as follows: June. 2001 July, 2001 June 4, 2001 July 9, 2001 June 11, 2001 July 16, 2001 June 25, 2001 July 23, 2001 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 14th day of May, 2001, with a motion made by Council Member and a second made by Council Member and by a vote of_ in favor and_opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor ATTEST: TRUDI WORLINE, Town Clerk v-17 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, TOWN MANAGER RE: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: May 11, 2001 SUZUKICONFERENCE The Town has received a request from Snowmass Village Resort Association to use the Town Council Chambers for the Suzuki Conference. Suzuki will occupy the Town Council Chambers at various times from June 10 — 17, 2001. We have reserved the room around the scheduled Town Council Meetings. PITKIN COUNTY BEAN POLE PROJECT Attached is the proposed letter to Jim Considine, per Council's request. This is a letter of commitment to support coordinated planning for high-speed telecommunications service in Pitkin County. The letter commits the Town to participate in a Request for Proposal (RFP) process to solicit bids for connection to the State's larger data pipeline. Budget impacts are unknown at this time and the Town may opt out of the program if it becomes cost prohibitive or services are inconsistent with community objectives. I recommend we support this effort, send the letter and continue to evaluate the process. "PARKING ON HORSE RANCH DRIVE As you know the Youth Soccer Club has been using the Community Park for games and practices. Although the Town has tried to control on-street parking, our educational efforts have proven unsuccessful. At this point, we have two options. One is to create another driveway access to the Rodeo Lot from Horse Ranch Drive, north of the skateboard park. The other option is to begin writing tickets. Given the growing popularity of larger groups using the park, staff is interested in pursuing another access to the Rodeo Lot. What are your thoughts? TOWN CLEAN-UP DAY A reminder that the 20 Annual Town Clean-up Day is scheduled for this Friday, May 18th, 2001. The Snowmass Village Rotary is participating as a sponsor this year, and we are looking forward to a nice day and great turnout. `Response requested Name Title Name of Agency Address Date Jim Considine Information Systems Director City of Aspen/Pitkin County 130 South Galena Street Aspen, Colorado 81611 To Pitkin County: We are pleased to submit this letter of commitment to participate in Pitkin County's Request for Proposal for telecommunication services. Through our participation in the Pitkin County Telecommunication Strategic Plan and the Pitkin County Network Implementation Plan, (name of agency) has demonstrated its support for a coordinated planning effort to attract high-speed telecommunication services to Pitkin County. We will continue to advance this effort through the RFP process as described below. 1. The purpose of the Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit bids to provide connection to the State of Colorado Aggregated Network Access Point (ANAP)as determined by the Multi-Use Network Task Force. 2. The RFP will be issued only after the State of Colorado reviews and approves the Pitkin County Network Implementation Plan. 3. (Name of Agency)will participate in evaluation of the bids and based on the response to the proposal regarding cost and services, make a determination to enter Into contract negotiations with the vendor. 4. Agency staff will provide technical and budget information required for the proposal process. 5. In the event that(Name of Agency) enters into contractual negotiations, the agency will budget for such telecommunication services equivalent to the amount currently allocated for comparable services. 6. Upon acceptance of the bid, (Name of Agency)will enter into the appropriate intergovernmental agreements to implement the community network. (Name of Agency) encourages the ongoing cooperation between public and private agencies to secure improvements in telecommunication services and is pleased to participate in this process. Sincerely, (Authorized Representative0 (Name of Agency) Sun Mon FTue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 - 1:00 Tour of Snowmass Lodging' 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2:00 P.M. 11:00- 1:00 T.C. Mtg. Memorial for Kaye Gaunt @ Community Park 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2:00 P.M. -9:00 A.M. T.C. Mtg. Town Clean-up Day,@ the Firehouse 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2:00 P.M. VLF Mtg. T.C. Mtg. (Tentative) 27 28 29 30 31 HOLIDAY min Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2:00 P.M. T.C. Mtg. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Suzuki 8:00 A.M. Suzuki 8:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. . 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki 8:00 A.M. 8:00 A.M. 8:00 A.M. 8:00 A.M. 8:00 A.M. -5:00 P.M - 1:00 P.M. -5:00 P.M. -3:00 P.M. -5:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. P&Z 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 2:00 P.M. CML CONFERENCE T.C.Mtg. �I 1 t ' FARAWAY RANCH PARCEL N ' AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT APPLICATION FOR ' FINAL PUD/PLAT AND ' REZONING TO MF ' TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ' APRIL, 2001 1 *4e4* ;D&W0g. seue&" ' V" 3613 .,4444P4 e4&%44& 91612 ;P"eel7" (970) 920-1125 April 6, 2001 1 Mr. Chris Conrad, Planning Director Town of Snowmass Village ' Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 RE: FINAL PUD/SUBDIVISION APPLICATION FOR FARAWAY RANCH PARCEL N Dear Chris, ' This is an application for Final PUD/Subdivision approval and Rezoning to MF to develop ' a new 16 unit deed restricted affordable housing project, to be located on Parcel N of the Faraway Ranch. The property is a vacant parcel of land that is located near the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Faraway Road. It is approximately 3.453 acres (150,392 s.f.) in ' size and is currently zoned SPA-1. Based on our pre-application meeting with you on held on November 6, 2000, this ' application has been organized to first respond to each of the applicable submission requirements for Final PUD/Subdivision, as identified in the Land Use and Development Code. Next, a specific response is provided to each of the conditions applied by the Town Council to the approval of the Preliminary PUD/Subdivision. A report summarizing how this development complies with the standards for Rezoning, ' PUD, and Subdivision was included in the Preliminary PUD/Subdivision application. The Development Code does not require such a report to also be included in the Final PUD/Subdivision submission. The reviewer is referred to the Preliminary PUD/Subdivision ' application (dated June 1, 2000) for the applicant's responses to these Code standards. The rezoning of the property was completed during the Preliminary PUD/Subdivision review ' phase, although the designation on the Town's zoning maps will not actually be changed until approval of the Final PUD/Subdivision is accomplished. Therefore, no further responses to the Rezoning standards are provided herein. ' Application Contents ' Sec. 16A-5-370 of the Code establishes the minimum submission requirements for a Final PUD plan application. Following is a list of the required documents: 1 ' Mr. Chris Conrad April 6, 2001 ' Page Two (1) Minimum Contents. The application is being submitted by the Snowmass Village ' Housing Office (hereinafter, "the applicant"). The Town has designated Alan Richman Planning Services as its representative for purposes of submitting this application (see letter from Gary Suiter, the Town Manager, attached hereto as Exhibit #1). A copy of the warranty deed and title insurance commitment, demonstrating the ' Town's ownership of the property, are attached hereto as Exhibits #2 and #3. A vicinity map, locating the property within the Town of Snowmass Village, is ' provided on the final plat. (2) Final Plat. The applicant has prepared a final subdivision plat for the property. ' Since the units will be condominiumized, it will be necessary for the applicant to supplement this plat following construction of the units, so the actual layout of the ' condominium units can be defined in the recorded documents,including identification of general and limited common elements. ' (3) Other Drawings. The applicant has also prepared a set of additional drawings to document the final PUD plan. These are as follows: a. Site Development Plan; b. Landscape Plan; C. Building Floor Plans; ' d. Building Elevations; e. Erosion Control Plan; f. Grading and Paving Plan; ' g. Drainage Plan; and h. Utility Plan. ' Full size prints of these drawings have been submitted, and reduced size versions of each drawing have been included in this application booklet. Descriptions of the drawings are provided as part of the responses to the conditions of approval, below. (4) Covenants. Draft condominium association documents are attached as Exhibit #4. (5) Subdivision Improvements Agreement. The applicant has prepared a draft subdivision improvements agreement, which is attached as Exhibit #5. ' This development does not truly involve public improvements that will be used by other members of the community, such as new or improved public roads or similar facilities. All of the improvements that will be provided will serve the project itself. 1 Mr. Chris Conrad April 6, 2001 ' Page Three Therefore, rather than offering a financial guarantee for construction of the ' improvements, the agreement proposes that the security guarantee for these improvements should be that the Town will not issue a certificate of occupancy for the dwelling units until it can be demonstrated that all public improvements have ' been completed. It is our understanding that the Town has applied this approach to other projects, so this would not be a precedent-setting approach. ' Compliance With Conditions of Preliminary PUD Approval. Preliminary plan approval for this project and rezoning of the property to MF, Multi-Family, ' was recommended by the Planning Commission on August 9, 2000. The Town Council granted preliminary plan approval for this project and rezoning of the ' property to MF on October 16, 2000, pursuant to Resolution #25, Series of 2000. ' On March 19, 2001, the Town Council granted conditional authorization for the applicant to commence certain construction activities. This approval was granted pursuant to Ordinance 3, Series of 2001, authorizing the following activities to commence: ' ■ install safety fencing around the site, and install silt fencing and other interim erosion control measures where needed; ' ■ create an access road into the site from the Timbers site; ' ■ install soil nailed retaining wall with horizontal drains; ■ install the lower bike path wall; ' ■ grade the parking lot to within 1' of final grade; and ' ■ install inclinometers and piezometers to monitor the hillside for movement. Section 4 of Resolution #25 establishes 10 conditions with which the Final PUD/Final Plat ' would need to comply. As of the date of this submission, the Town has not provided the applicant a final signed copy of this document. Therefore, following is a brief statement of these conditions, based on the last version of the resolution that the applicant received, and the applicant's responses to each condition. We would anticipate that a final version of the Resolution would be prepared by the Town before the review bodies take action on this application. ' 1. 71te Final PUD Plan shall comply with the approved Preliminary PUD application. Mr. Chris Conrad April 6, 2001 ' Page Four Response: The proposed Final PUD Plan complies with the approved Preliminary PUD ' application. The Preliminary PUD Plan that was originally submitted by the applicant proposed three buildings. However, during Preliminary Plan review, the Planning Commission and the Town Council determined that the units should be consolidated into ' two buildings, and their approval was based on this determination. The Final Site Development Plan shows the revised configuration of the development. We believe these changes not only improve the project, but will also be of benefit to neighboring properties, ' because of the following features: ♦ All project construction, including the soil nails that will be used to retain the hillside, ' will be able to occur within the limits of the property. ' ♦ Consolidating the units into two buildings will provide important visual benefits to the neighbors. Building 1 has been moved further away from the closest buildings at the Ridge Condominiums, but the foundation of the building has not been moved to a ' higher elevation on the property. The end of the building has been re-designed, to have a one story element, stepping up to a two story element and then to a three story element, which will provide a more pleasing visual transition for these owners. ' ♦ Consolidating the units into two buildings will permit the turn-around at the end of the driveway to be set back further from the property line, reducing the visual ' impacts on the neighbors from this element of the project. ♦ When the units were consolidated into two buildings, the project's unit count was ' reduced to 16, with a two bedroom unit being removed from the project. The drawings submitted with this application show the floor plans and elevations for the 16 units. The planned height of these buildings has not changed since preliminary ' plan approval. The materials, which are labeled on the elevations, will be the same as were depicted in the preliminary plat submission. Samples of these materials will be presented to the Planning Commission and Town Council during the meetings that will be held to review this final plat application. ♦ Since two bedrooms were removed from the project, parking has been reduced ' accordingly, from 49 to 47 spaces. The parking ratio that was approved during preliminary plan review (3.5 spaces for each three bedroom unit and 2 spaces for each two bedroom unit, an overall ratio of 1.1 spaces per unit) has been maintained. Another change that has been made in response to comments received during the preliminary plan review is that the carports proposed for the project have been re-designed, to include a subtle break in their alignment and to better step the roofs along the hillside. As a result, these structures will present a more varied, less uniform appearance, when viewed from Brush Creek Road. ' Mr. Chris Conrad April 6, 2001 ' Page Five The buildings and carports have also been pulled back slightly on the site to make room for ' additional landscaping in front of the carports and around the buildings, helping to soften the views of these features from surrounding properties and from Brush Creek Road. ' One additional change has been made to the project subsequent to the Preliminary Plan approval. This change is outlined in the letter from John Mechling, dated February 16, 2001 (attached as Exhibit #6),which summarizes the sub-surface drain recommendations for the project. Mr. Mechling's letter explains that the project was originally designed with an interceptor ' drain, located uphill of the proposed buildings, to lower the ground water in the hillside, so excavation could occur in a comparatively dry condition, making the hillside more stable. During final analysis of the retaining wall to be installed behind the buildings, it was determined that horizontal drains could be placed behind a soil nailed retaining wall or a rock buttress retaining wall to effectively lower ground water levels. Therefore, the final ' plan no longer includes the interceptor drain,which will reduce the extent of site disturbance that is necessary. ' The retaining wall behind the buildings will be designed as a soil nailed concrete wall. Because the wall will be located behind the buildings, will be steeply sloped, and will be built into the hillside, it should not be visible from neighboring properties above the project, or ' from below the project. The applicant will also install plantings on top of the wall to further soften any potential view of the wall that might occur. A second wall will be installed to retain the parking area. As shown on the landscape plan, it will be a boulder retaining wall. The wall will be buffered by shrubs, dwarf evergreens, and Aspen trees, to soften its appearance as seen from the adjacent Town trail. ' 2. The PUD Guide and Condominium Documents shall be revised as specified in the Resolution. 1 Response: The PUD Guide and Condominium Documents have been revised to include all of the requested provisions. ' The proposed PUD Guide is provided as a table on the next page, specifying the allowed uses and dimensional standards that apply to this property. The listed dimensional requirements are not identical to the actual dimensions shown on the drawings. Instead,we have rounded these dimensions up or down, to provide enough flexibility to account for any minor modifications that may be necessitated by engineering or design considerations encountered during construction of the project. Nonetheless, the dimensional standards proposed are generally as restrictive as (and in several cases more restrictive than) those ' presented at preliminary plat. Mr. Chris Conrad April 6, 2001 ' Page Six ' PARCEL N PUD GUIDE Aevelapmer't Standard !!:#1,pprPVed Condlt�arrs Permitted >rJses ♦ Multi-family dwellings ' (10 three bedroom units and 6 two bedroom units) ' ♦ Accessory buildings and uses ♦ Home occupations ♦ Commonly-owned, above ' grade, detached garages for three or more automobiles ♦ Private recreation facilities ' ♦ Pedestrian trails Miniutrim i(of Size 150,392 s.f. Minimum 1<ot Wldfl► 825 feet Minimum Front Yard 45 feet (detached garage) 85 feet (Building A) Minimum Slue Yard! 0 feet (detached garage) ' 10 feet (Building B) Minitftum.Rehr Yard 20' (retaining wall) ' 35' (Building A) Maximum neigh# . Principal.9011 ing 37.5 feet ' Maximum elght Accessory Bu➢Iding 17 feet Minimum Percent of 0 peif Space 80%' ' Maximum Floor Area 33,500 sq. ft. (0.22:1), including: Building 1: 12,000 sq. ft. Building 2: 15,500 sq. ft. ' Carports/Garages/Trash: 6,000 sq. ft. Minimum IVnmberpf.P arking Spaces ' 47 spaces (1.12 spaces per unit: ' 2 spaces per two bedroom unit and 3.5 spaces per three bedroom unit) ' 1. The percentage of open space has been calculated by deducting that portion of the site that is covered by structures. If the open space ratio should also exclude the area within the parking lots/turn around area, we will adjust the ratio accordingly. 1 Mr. Chris Conrad April 6, 2001 ' Page Seven The proposed Condominium Documents (including the Condominium Declarations,Bylaws, ' and Articles of Incorporation for Parcel N) are included as Exhibit #4. It should be recognized however, that until the condominium units are actually constructed, both the Condominium Documents and the Final Plat remain "works in progress", that will need to ' be finalized following construction to designate areas as limited common elements and general common elements, and to reflect the spaces developed as condominium units. ' 3. Provide an updated Engineer's Opinion as pan of the Final PUD application. Response: The required Engineer's Opinion has been prepared, and is attached as ' Exhibit #7. It provides a description of the retention system to be utilized by the project. Construction of this system has been authorized by the adoption of Town Council Ordinance 3, Series of 2001. ' Considering the use of this retention system, it is the engineer's professional opinion that "the proposed development of Parcel N will not result in or increase the potential for slope failure of the existing hillside". It also states that the proposed construction will result in a low potential risk of damage to adjacent property. ' 4. Provide interim and final erosion control plans, as were originally specified as pan of the Preliminary PUD application. Response: A drawing prepared by the applicant's consulting engineer has been submitted, specifying the erosion control plans for this property during and following construction. An ' initial letter from the engineer dated February 8, 2001, explaining the proposed plans, has also been provided, and is attached as Exhibit #8. A follow-up letter, dated March 9, 2001, has also been attached as Exhibit #9. ' The letters from the engineer state that during construction erosion will be controlled using proven devices, such as silt fences, temporary mulching and matting, and hay bales, and by ' proper sequencing of the construction. Following construction, the site will be stabilized through re-vegetation of disturbed areas, as specified on the landscaping plan. Finally, a water quality structure (as described with respect to condition 5, below) will be installed in ' the location shown on the drawings and will intercept sediment loads and trap oil and grease from all paved surfaces before these pollutants can enter Brush Creek. ' S. Provide final details regarding the water quality control structure that will be installed to ensure the project does not introduce pollutants into Brush Creek. Response: Details regarding the proposed water quality control structure have been provided in the letters from the engineer, attached as Exhibits #8 and #9, and on the drawings prepared by the engineer that accompany this final plat application. ' Mr. Chris Conrad April 6, 2001 ' Page Eight 6. Coordinate with the Ridge Condominium Association to refine the landscaping planned ' for the area between the two properties. Response: A meeting was held between project representatives and representatives of the ' Ridge Condominium Association on March 16. The proposed landscaping plan was reviewed at this time, and was found to be generally acceptable to the Ridge Condominiums. ' The project representatives also made a commitment to their neighbors that they will hold another meeting with the Ridge Condominium Association when the landscaping is actually being installed, to provide an "in-the-field" opportunity for final adjustments to be made to ' the landscape plan to ensure that the neighboring units are properly screened, and to ensure the appropriate type and size of landscaping is being installed. ' 7. No work may extend beyond the boundaries of Parcel N without the written consent of the Ridge Condominium Association. ' Response: No construction will occur beyond the property boundaries. 8. Provide more detailed information describing how the existing condition of the adjacent Ridge units will be documented and how control monitors will be placed to identify future slope movements in the area between the project and the Ridge Condominiums. ' Response: Two letters dated March 9, 2001, have been provided by John Mechling of CTL Thompson that describe how, and where these monitors will be placed, and the ' frequency with which they will be checked. These letters are attached as Exhibit #10. The letters indicate that it is preferable to install the inclinometers and piezometers on the ' Ridge Condominium Association property to monitor the hillside above the proposed building footprints, to check that no significant slope movement occurs during construction. ' The representatives of the Ridge Condominiums agreed to this installation during the meeting held on March 16. However, the applicant then determined that placing these monitors on the Ridge Condominiums' property would cause too much damage to their ' lawns. As a result, the monitors have now been placed within the boundaries of Parcel N. Mr. Mechling is confident that accurate, useful information will be obtained from the placement in the chosen location within Parcel N. t9. The Final PUD Plan shall be presented to the Planning Commission for their review and recommendation. Response: The applicant agrees to present this Final PUD Plan to the Planning Commission. ' Mr. Chris Conrad April 6, 2001 ' Page Nine 10. Amend the landscape plan to respond to the comments made by the Town Council ' during the preliminary review. Response: A revised landscape plan has been submitted. The primary changes to this ' plan are as follows: ♦ The mix of trees planned for the area between the Ridge Condominiums and the ' rear of the Parcel N project has been altered in response to Town Council's directions. Instead of planting a dense area of spruce trees, the plan now shows a mix of Aspen, Cottonwood, and Spruce trees. ♦ The amount of landscaping planned for the area in front the proposed carports has been significantly increased, creating an improved buffer from the existing trail and ' from Brush Creek Road. ♦ The amount of landscaping planned for the area between the two buildings has been ' increased, creating a more pleasant environment in this area and providing better screening between these buildings. ' Conclusion The applicant has responded to all applicable provisions of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code, based on direction given during the pre-application conference. Sufficient evidence has been provided of the project's compliance with the ' requirements of the Code, and its compliance with the conditions applied by the Town Council when it approved the project's Preliminary PUD/Subdivision. The applicant will respond in a timely manner to requests by any reviewing agency for additional information, ' or clarification of the statements made herein. We look forward to the expeditious review of this project, so that this needed affordable ' housing can be built this year. Please let me know if there is anything else you require. Very truly yours, ' ALAN RICHMAN PLANNING SERVICES 2an Richman, AICP 1 1 EXHIBITS 1. Letter from Gary Suiter authorizing submission of application 2. Warranty deed for Parcel N and temporary easement for access across Parcel K 3. Title insurance commitment for Parcel N 4. Parcel N Condominium Association Documents 5. Proposed Subdivision Improvements Agreement 6. 2/16/01 letter from John Mechling re: sub-surface drain recommendations ' 7. 2/14/01 letter from John Mechling re: engineers opinion L 8. 2/8/01 letter from Schmueser Gordon Meyer re: drainage and erosion control plans 9. 3/9/01 letter from Schmueser Gordon Meyer re: drainage and erosion control plans 10. 3/9/01 letters from John Mechling re: slope monitoring recommendations 1 EXHIBIT #1 1 April 4, 2001 Mr. Chris Conrad, Planning Director Town of Snowmass Village Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 RE: PRELIMINARY AND FINAL PLAN APPLICATION FOR PARCEL N Dear Victoria, The Town of Snowmass Village is the owner of Parcel N of the Faraway Ranch. The legal description of this parcel is as follows: Parcel N, Faraway Ranch, according to the Gross Parcel Plat thereof recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Page 5. On behalf of the Town, I hereby authorize Alan Richman Planning Services to submit those land use applications that are necessary for the development of an affordable housing project on this property, including, but not limited to, applications for preliminary and final PUD, subdivision, and rezoning. Mr. Richman is also authorized to represent the Town regarding the property in meetings with Town staff, the Snowmass Village Planning Commission, and the Town Council. Sincerely, Gary Suiter, Town Manager r r ' EXHIBIT#2 432962 _ TRANSFER DECLARATION RECEIVED 07/0211999 SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED THIS DEED,Made this 29th day of June,1999,between FARAWAY SOUTH LLC,a Colorado limited liability company, of the County of PItWn,and State of Colorado,GRANTORS).and 1 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, whose address Is P.O.Box Sala,Snowiness VlSage,CO 61613 of the Comp of PlrWo,and State of Colorado,GRANrEE(S): WITNESS,that Ibs putor(s),for and In conidentlm of the sum of THREE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOIJARS AND NO CENTS-----------------(350,000.00)DOUARS.the reesipt and sufficiency of which to hereby Kicl ledgeA has granted,bargained mid cod conveyed,and by thus presents don gram,huge[%Fail,convey and confirm unto the grantw(s),their heirs and assigns forever, W the real property,together with improvements,if any,situate, lying and being In the County of Pitkin and Sure of Colorado,described a follows: ' Parcel N,FARAWAY RANCH SUBDIVISION,according to the Gres,Pascal Plat recorded Momb 10,196510 Mat Book 17 at Page S. oommody brown as: TOGETHER with all and singular the buediramenu and appurtenances thewnmo belonging,or In anywlw appmishring and IM reversion and all reversions,remainder and remainders,real,issues and pmfnu thereof,and all Use estate,right,tlUe, Wemst,claim end demand whatsoever of the granlot(s),either In law in In equity,of in and to the above bargained premises, with the hereditamerds and eppwtenanas; TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the aid premises above bugalned ad daribed with the appurtenances,into the amuse, their heirs and asign forever. The Graaor(e),for themselves,their heirs and personal reprneaativu,do seventies and ague that Wall and will WARRANT AND FOREVER DEFEND the above-bargained premises in die quiet end peaceable possession of the granites,their heirs and assign,against all and every person or permo, claiming the Whole or any pen thereof,by through or under the Grantor(s). The singular number shall Include the plural,the plural the singular,and the use of any gender shall be applicable to W genders. IN WITNESS WHEREOF,the granlon(s)he"executed this deed on the time eel fourth above. FARAWAY SOUTH IJ.C,a Colorado limited liability mmpeoy By: JeRY filar Suit of d ] i ] CcamY of ] The foregoing Instrument was acknowledged subscribed and sworn d before me this 1d•!dry of FARAWAY SOUTH Ur,a Colondo limited liability company. I� ��I�RY• FUF(I, Wimeey my Heed and Official Seal � ;y If.(a �a `Y,1 U(w: "Rotary Music c ft 'e, no ^M ASrPN 1rD8 melOMrpM,me pasr lgramra AVErne M.ASrSH CO 11611 tens:m aNrID-ma DERvpt ran-stl-M6r al Weseery Deed aaeml Df 11111111111111111 111 111111111 IN 432902 97/02/1999 12tI7P SPEC ND DAVIT SILVI 1 of 2 R 10.00 D 30.00 R 0.00 Plum co11NTY CO EXRIBIT "A" ATTA4® 70 AND MADE A PARr OF THE NAImMUY D® 1. Right of the Proprietor of a Vein or fade to extract and remove his ore therefrvn, should the same be found to penetrate or intersect the pranises hereby granted, as reserved in United States Patert recorded July 10, 1895, in Book 55 at Page 59, January 19, 1900, in Book 55 at Page 93, March 31, 1905, in Bodo 55 at Page 146, May 6, 1895, in Bodo 55 at Page 480. 2. Right of way for ditches or camels constructed by the authority of the United States, as reserved in United States Patent recorded July 10, 1895, in Bodo 55 at Page 59. 3. Easement and right of way for ocmaranication system purposes, as granted by to hUuriain States Telephone and Telegraph Company by instrument August 17, 1967, in Boot 228 at Page 383. 4. Covenants and easements as sontained in Warranty Deed re=eled December 19, 1967, in Bodo 231 at Page 353. 5. Setbacks Agreement recorded December 19, 1967, in Book 231 at Page 374. 6. Agreements, easements and rights of way as contained in Agreement between Benedict lard and Cattle Company and Sowmaes American Company recorded April 7, 1971, in Book 254 at Page 550, recorded June 24, 1980, in Bock 390 at Page 532 and recorded March 3, 1988, in Book 558 at Page 412, being a 30 foot road and utility easement and 20 foot skiing easement 7. Underground right of wary easement as granted to FDly Cross Electric Association recorded December 10, 1975, in Book 306 at Page 532. S. 7arms, conditions, easements rights of way end other matters as contained on the S.P.A. Final lard Use Plan recorded in Plat Bookk 17 at Page 4. 9. Terms and conditions of Easement Agreement between Benedict Land and Cattle Company and Aspen Skiing Company recor+dad October 1, 1984, in Book 474 at Page 230. 10. Ctodirnece No. 22, Series of 1984 recorded March 18, 1985, in Bock 483 at Page 21. 11. Tenre and conditions of Easement Agreement recomded May 28, 1986, in Book 511 at Page 673. 12. Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988 recorded September 2, 1988, in Book 572 at Page 558. 13. Terns, conditions, provisions and obligations contained in Declaration of Height Restriction recorded Daoenber 29, 1991, in Bock 645 at Page 485. 14. Declaration of Covenants recorded May 2, 1991, in Book 645 at Page 485. 15. Easement and right of way for• culvert as curtained in Cut and Fill Culvert Easement Agreement recorded September 9, 1996, at Reception No. 396815. 16. Easements, rights of way, a atmachmments and other matters as disclosed in Survey by Sdrnvestsr 0crdon Meyar dated April 16, 1998 as Job No. 98031. 17. Easements, rights of way and restriction as W-i mm an the Plat of said Subdivision. IAI3I2I9III11111111111lilt 1111 11 11 11 11111111111111 11 CAVI9 9'LVI 62 97/92/1999 W ill @ pl ad 2 R 19.90 D 432991 07/02/1999 12:19P EASEMENT DAVIS SILVI 1 of S R 25.00 D 0.00 N 0.00 PITKIN COUNTY CO GRANT OF TEMPORARY EASEMENT KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS : THAT, for and in consideration of the sum of Ten Dollars ' ($10 . 00) in hand paid and for other good and valuable considerations, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the undersigned, Faraway South, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company (the "Grantor" ) being the record owner of Parcel K, (including the 1 . 386 acre "Ski Easement" area and the undesignated 1 . 471 acre tract lying North of Faraway Road) according to the gross parcel plat thereof recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Page 5, Town of Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado (the "Burdened Property" ) for itself and its successors and assigns, does hereby grant, transfer, sell, convey and assigns unto The Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado (the "Grantee" ) , and its successors and assigns, a temporary, non-exclusive easement and right-of-way (the "Temporary Easement" ) over and across the property depicted on Exhibit A hereto. l; The Temporary Easement may be used by Grantee (and its invitees) for purposes of : (a) access, ingress, and egress for motor vehicles, horses, bicycles, and pedestrian traffic to and from Parcel N, Faraway Ranch, according to the gross parcel plat thereof recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Bdok 17 at Page 5, Town of Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado (the "Benefitted Property") ; (b) construction, installation, and maintenance of underground utility lines to service the Benefitted Property; and (c) drainage . It is expressly agreed and understood by Grantor and Grantee that Grantor is currently in the process of obtaining certain development approvals with respect to the Burdened Property. Accordingly, Grantor and Grantee agree that the precise and permanent location and terms of the easements granted hereunder to Grantee will be granted by a permanent easement instrument within thirty (30) days after Grantor has obtained its development approvals for the Burdened Property* This Temporary Easement shall automatically terminate upon the recording of such permanent easement instrument in the real property records of Pitkin County, Colorado. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Grantor has executed this Grant of Easement as of this _ day of June, 1999 . FARAWAY SOUTH, LLC a Colorado limited liability company By: Name : J y Yuaem Title : sident of Argon Real Estate Corporation, a Colorado corpor i that is the Manager of Faraway South, LLC [NOTARY BLOCK ON '1`FOLLOWING PAGE] QVV `jTL7JQ- rf� .C ,gLt_ Y+4qV E 1Z�I��b1�1P4 '3Lc ��Ka11Y11. 1 STATE OF COLORADO ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) Subscribed and sworn to before me this tD day of June, 1999, by Jeffrey Yusem, acting in his capacity as President of Argon Real Estate Corporation, a Colorado corporation that is the Manager of Faraway South, LLC. 1 Witness my hand and official seal . My commission expires u lic ERVIN ;o 9rF OF C�• My Comm.Expires Mar.2:,^-=02 r: iuuii iii HIM im IN 432961 07/02/1898 12:16P EASEMENT DAVIS SILVI 2 of 6 A 26.00 D 0.00 N 0.00 PITKIN COUNTY CO EXHIBIT #3 1 RHONDA OOXCN 70M OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PO HDX 5010 SNDAMASS VIT-1 OO 81615 1 rApril 14, 1999 Enclosed you will find our Commitment No. 406081-C, issued by FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, having an affective date of March 19, 1999. We appreciate the opportunity to participate with you in this txamisacticn. Should you have any questions or cmoeins, please feel free to contact us at the address or phone numbers listed below. With best regards, M. Tamara Edwards rEnclosure cc's to: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VIT-T FARAWAY SOUTH LdC ESCROW - TAM EDWARDS (5/17/99) ASPEN TITLE CORPORATION ' 600 EAST HOPKINS AVENUE #305 ASPEN CD 81611 FAX NO. FAX 970-920-4052 PH 970-920-4050 DENVER 303-595-8463 C O M M I T M E N T SCHEDULE A 1 103NDA COXON TOWN OF SNOWMVtiSS VILLAGE PO BOX 5010 SNOLQ-SS VILLAGE 00 81615 1. Effective Date: March 19, 1999 at 7:00 AM Order No. 406081 -C ' RK/ct Customer Reference 2. ALTA Owner's Policy Amount: $ 350,000.00 Proposed Insured: TOWN OF SNOW MASS VILLAGE 3. ALTA Loan Policies Amount: S 1 PraQased insured: Proposed Insured: Amount: S 4. Tha estate or interest in the land described or referred to in this Comnitment and covered herein is: FEE SIMPLE 1 and title thereto is at the effective date hereof vested in: FARAWAY SOUTH LLC, a Colorado limited liability company issued by. Owner's Premium: $ 512.00 ASPEN TITLE CORPCrrATICN Lender's Premium: S 600 EAST HOPKItS AVENUE #305 Add'1 Lender Chg: S ASPEN CO 81611 Add'l Barges: S FAX 970-920-4052 Tax Certificate: S 10.00 PH 970-920-4050 DENVER 303-595-8463 Endorsement Chg: S TBD Changes: $ TOTAL CHARGES: S 522.00 FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY COMMITMENT Plat id No. SCHEDULE A (continued) Order No. 406081 -C 5. The land referred to in the Cmmi bums is covering the land in the State of Colorado, County of Pitkin described as follows: Parcel N, FARAWAY RANCH SUMIVISION, ' according to the Gross Parcel Plat recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Hook 17 at Page 5. 1 r . r r FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CCNPANY COMMITMENT SCHEDULE B Order No. 406081 -C Section 1 R THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RFQUIREIMERM TO BE COMPLIED WITH: Item (a) Payment to or for the account of the grantors or mortgagors of the full consideration for the estate or interest to be insured. Item (b) Proper instriirent(s) creating the estate or inter-.st to be insured must be executed and duly filed for record, to wit: 1. Release by the Public Trustee of Pitkin Canty of the Deed of Trust from Faraway South LLC for the use of Base Village Corporation No. 2, to sec um S2,000,000.0O3 dated May 15, 1998, and recorded May 22, 1998, at Reception No. 417179. NOTE: Assignment of the above Deed of Trust to Ronild J. Cotten, recorded August 4, 1998, at Reception No. 420240. NOTE: Assignment of the above Deed of Trust to Maryland Permanent Bank and Trust Co„ recorded August 4, 1998, at Reception No. 420241. NOTE: Assignment of the above Deed of Trust to Ronald J. Cohen, recorded December 30, 1998, at Reception No. 425971. 2. Deed from FARAWAY SOUTH LIC, a Colorado limited liability comparry to TOldd OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE NOTE: Duly executed real property transfer declaration, executed by either r the Grantor or Grantee, to accompany the Deed mentioned above, pursuant to Article 14 of House Bill No. 1288 - CRS 39-14-102, NOTE: Effective September 1, 1997, CRS 30-10-406 requires that all documents received for recording or filing in the Clerk and Recorder's Office shall contain a top margin of at least me inch and a left, right and bottom margin of at least are-half inch. The Clerk and Recorder may refuse to record or file any document that does not Conform. The requirement for the top margin shall not apply to documents using forms on which space is provided for recording or filing information at the top margin of the document. 3. Evidenm satisfactory to the CaVany Cr its duly authorized agent either (a) that the "real estate transfer tax" imposed by Ordinance No. 5, (Series of 1986), of the Town of Snownass Village, Colorado, recorded July 30, 1986, in Book 515 at Page 515, has been paid, and that the lien imposed by Section 11 thereof has been fully satisfied, or (b) that a Certificate of Exemption has been issued pursuant to section 6 thereof. (Continued) FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE OCMPANY REQC IRDE PS (continued) Order No. 406081 C- A CERTIFICATE OF TAXES DUE LISPING EACH TAXING JURISDICTION SHALL BE O WAI ED FROM THE COUNTY TREASURER OR THE OXXWN TRFPSIIRER'S AUTT-I UZED AGENT PURSIIIWr TO 1983 C.R.S., 39-1-102 (14.5) AT A CHARGE OF $10.00 EACH TO THE CUSTCt4ER. NOTE: Corporations that do not maintain a permanent place of business in Colorado, and individuals, estates and trusts that do not reside in Colorado may be subject to a Colorado withholding tax on the sale of real property .m the amount of 5100,000.00 or more. The withholding tax will be the smaller of two percent (2$) of the sales price or the net proceeds from the sale of su=h real property. The tax will be withheld by the title compi"ny and remitted to the Colorado Department of Revenue unless the seller executes an affidavit confirming the exemption of the transfer from this withholding requirement. ' 4. Articles of Organization for Faraway South LTC, a Colorado liability company, disclosing the names of all Managers of said limited liability company and ' othenaisa complying with C.R.S. 7-80-101, et seq., as amended, and evidencing the existence of said limited liability ompany prior to the time it conveys title to subject property, must be filed in the office of the Secretary of State for the State of Colorado, but need not be recorded. NMM: Daaments must be executed by all of the Managers of said limited liability campany. NOTE: Certified copy of the Resolution authorizing the sale or encumbrance must be on file with the Company or its duly authorized agent, but need not be recorded. i 1 FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CXMPAW t� tC O M M I T M E N T SCHEDULE B section 2 EK271IONS Order No. 406081 -C The policy or policies to be issued will contain exception. to the following matters unless the sane are disposed of to the satisfaction of the Company: Any loss or damage, including attorney fees, by reason of the matters shown below: 1. Any facts, rights, interests, or claims which are not shown by the public records but which could be ascertained by an inspection of said land or by making inquiry of persons in possession thereof. 2. Easements or claims of easements, not shown by the public records. 3. Discrepancies, conflicts in boundary lines, shortage in area, encroachments, and arry other facts which a correct survey would disclose and which are not shown by the public records. 4. Any lien, or right to a lien for services, labor or material heretofore or hereafter furnished, imposed by law and not shown by the public records. 5. Defects, liens, encurbranoes, adverse claims or other matters, if any, created, first appe" in the public records or attaching subsequent to the effective date hereof, but prior to the date the .proposed insured aocuires of record for value the estate or interest or mortgage Hereon covered by this. Cartnitment. ' 6. Tames due and payable: and any tax, special asse£smnts, charge or lien imposed for water or sewer service, or for any other special taxing district. ' 7. Right of the Proprietor of a Vein or Lade to extract and remove his ore therefrom, should the same be £and to penetrate or intersect the premises hereby granted, as reserved in United States Patent recorded July 10, 1895, in Book 55 at Page 59, January 19, 1900, in Boot 55 at Page 93, March 31, 1905, in Book 55 at Page 146, May 6, 1895, in Book 55 at Page 480. B. Right of way for ditches or canals constructed by the authority of the United States, as reserved in United States Patent reo=ded July 10, 1895, in Book 55 at Page 59. 9. Easement and right of way for co m%rdcation system purposes, as granted by to Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Canpany by instrument recorded August 17, 1967, in Book 228 at Page 383. ' 10. Covenants and easements as srntained in Warranty Deed recorded Deoember 19, 1967, in Book 231 at Page 353. 11. Setbacks Agreement recorded December 19, 1967, in Book 231 at Page 374. (Continued) FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE OCMPANY EXCEPTIONS (contained) Order No. 406081 -C 1 12. Agreements, easements and rights of way as contained in Agreement between Benedict rarmd and Cattle Company and Sncwmass American Company recorded April 7, 1971, in Book 254 at Page 550, recorded June 24, 1980, in Book 390 at Page 532 and recorded March 3, 1988, in Bock 558 at Page 412, being a 30 foot road and utility easement and 20 foot skiing easement. 13. Underground right of way easement as granted to Holy Cross Electric Association recorded December 10, 1975, in Book 306 at Page 532. 14. Terms, conditions, easements rights of way and other matters as contained on the S.P.A. Final Land Use Plan recorded in Plat Book 17 at Page 4. 15. Terms and conditions of Easement Agreement between Benedict Land and Cattle Company and Aspen 9cting Company recorded 0ctober 1, 1984, in Boos 474 at Page 1 230. 16. Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984 recorded March 18, 1985, in Book 483 at Page 21. ' 17. Terns and conditions of Easement Agreement recorded May 28, 1986, in Book 511 at Page 673. ' 18. Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988 recorded September 2, 1988, in Book 572 at Page 558. 19. Terms, conditions, provisions and obligations contained in Declaration of Haight Restrictions recorded December 29, 1991, in Book 645 at Page 485. ' 20. Declaration of Covenants reoorded May 2, 1991, in Book 645 at Page 485. 21. Easement and right of way for culvert as contained in 0A and Fill Culvert Easement Agreement recorded September 9, 1996, at Reception No. 396815. 22. Easements, rights of way, encroachments and other matters as disclosed in Survey by Schmvester Gordon Meyer dated April 16, 1998 as Job No. 98031. 23. Easements, rights of way and restrictions as shown on the Plat of said Subdivision. 1 FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CCMPANY EXHIBIT #4 CONDOMINIUM DECLARATION OF THE ' PARCEL N TOWNHOMES ' THIS DECLARATION, made on the date hereinafter set forth, by Town of Snowmass Village, hereinafter referred to as "Declarant': WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, Declarant is the owner of certain real property in the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, hereinafter referred to as the 'Property", as hereinafter more particularly described; and ' WHEREAS, Declarant desires to create a Condominium Common Interest Community on the Property, the name of which is Parcel N Townhomes in which portions of the Property will be designated for separate ownership and the remainder of which will be designated for common ownership solely by the owners of the separate ownership portions; and WHEREAS, Declarant has caused to be incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado, Parcel N Townhome Association, a nonprofit corporation for the purpose of ' exercising the functions as hereinafter set forth. ARTICLE I ' SUBMISSION OF PROPERTY TO CONDOMINIUM REGIME 1.01 Submission of the Property. (a) Declarant hereby declares that all of the Property shall be held or sold, and conveyed subject to the following easements, restrictions, covenants and conditions which are for the purpose of protecting the value 1 and desirability of, and which shall run with, the Property and be binding on all parties having any right, title or interest in the Property or any part thereof, their heirs, legal representatives, successors and assigns and shall inure to the benefit of each Owner ' thereof. Additionally, Declarant hereby submits the Property to the provisions of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, Section 38-33.3-101, at seq., C.R.S., as it may be amended from time to time, hereinafter referred to as the "Act'. In the event the Act is repealed, the Act, on the effective date of this Declaration, shall remain applicable. 1 Page 1 of 12 1 1.02 Defined Terms. Each capitalized term not otherwise defined in this Declaration or in the plat or map shall have the meanings specified or used in the Act. ARTICLE 2 ' NAMES; DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE 2.01 Names. (a) The name of the Condominium is Parcel N Permanent Moderate Housing Condominiums. (b) Association. The name of the Association is Parcel N Town home Association. ' 2.02 Real Estate. The Condominium is located in the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado. The Property is more particularly described as follows: ' Parcel N, Faraway Ranch Gross Parcel Plat as filed for record in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. ARTICLE 3 THE ASSOCIATION 3.01 Authority. The business affairs of the Condominium shall be managed by 1 the Association, a Colorado nonprofit corporation. The Association shall be governed by its Bylaws, as amended from time to time. 3.02 Powers. (a) The Association shall have all of the powers, authority and duties permitted pursuant to the Act necessary and proper to manage the business and affairs of the Condominium. (b) The Association may assign its future income, including its rights to receive Common Expense assessments, only by the affirmative vote of the Unit Owners of 1 Units to which at least fifty-one percent (51%) of the votes in the Association are allocated, at a meeting called for that purpose. 3.03 Declarant Control. The Declarant shall have all the powers reserved in Section 38-33.3-303(5)of the Act to appoint and remove officers and members of the Executive Board. Page 2 of 12 1 ARTICLE 4 UNITS r4.01 Number of Units. The number of Units in the Condominium is sixteen (16). The Declarant reserves no rights to create additional Units. 4.02 Identification of Units. The identification number of each Unit is shown on the plat or map and Exhibit "A" of this Declaration. 4.03 Unit Boundaries. The boundaries of each Unit are located as shown on the plat or map and are more particularly described as follows: (a) walls, floors and ceilings are designated as boundaries of a Unit; and (b) each Unit shall include the heating, hot water and air conditioning apparatus exclusively serving the Unit whether or not located within the boundaries of the Unit. 4.04 Subdivision of Units. Upon approval by the Executive Board, a Unit may be subdivided into two or more Units, if the Owner of the Unit to be subdivided shall submit to the Executive Board such application as shall be reasonably required. ARTICLE 5 COVENANT FOR COMMON EXPENSE ASSESSMENTS ' 5.01 Creation of Association Lien and Personal Obligation to Pay Common Expense Assessments. Declarant, for each Unit, shall be deemed to covenant and agree, and each Unit Owner, by acceptance of a deed therefor, whether or not it shall be so expressed in any such deed or other conveyance, shall be deemed to covenant and agree, to pay to the Association annual Common Expense Assessments. Such ' assessments, including fees, charges, late charges, attorney fees, fines and interest charged by the Association shall be the personal obligation of the Unit Owner at the time when the assessment or other charges became or fell due. The personal obligation to pay any past due sums due the Association shall not pass to a successor in title unless expressly assumed by them. The Common Expense Assessments of the Association shall be a continuing lien upon the Unit against which each such assessment is made. A lien under this Section is prior to all other liens and encumbrances on a Unit except: (1) liens and encumbrances recorded before the recordation of the Declaration; (2) a first lien Security Interest on the Unit recorded before the date on which the Common Expense Page 3 of 12 1 Assessment sought to be enforced became delinquent; and (3) liens for real estate taxes and other governmental assessments or charges against the Unit. This Section does not prohibit an action to recover sums for which this Section creates a lien or prohibit the Association from taking a deed in lieu of foreclosure. Sale or transfer of any Unit shall not affect the Association's lien except that sale or transfer of any Unit pursuant to foreclosure of any first lien Security Interest, or any proceeding in lieu thereof, including deed in lieu of foreclosure, or cancellation or forfeiture shall only extinguish the Association's lien as provided in the Act. No such sale, transfer, foreclosure, or any proceeding in lieu thereof, including deed in lieu of foreclosure, nor cancellation or forfeiture shall relieve any Unit from continuing liability for any Common Expense Assessments thereafter becoming due, nor from the lien thereof. ' 5.02 Apportionment of Common Expenses. Common Expenses shall be assessed against all Units in accordance with their percentage interest in the Common Expenses as shown on Exhibit "B" of this Declaration. ' 5.03 Purpose of Assessments. The assessments levied by the Association through its Executive Board shall be used for the purposes of promoting the health, safety and welfare of the residents in the Common Interest Community. 5.04 Annual Assessment/Commencement of Common Expense Assessments. The Common Expense Assessment shall be made on an annual basis against all Units and shall be based upon the Association's advance budget of the cash requirements needed by it to provide for the administration and performance of its duties during such assessment year. Common Expense Assessments may be collected in the manner as determined by the Board of Directors. Common Expense Assessments shall begin on the first day of the month in which conveyance of the first Unit to a Unit Owner other than the Declarant occurs. 5.05 Effect of Nonpayment of Assessments. Any assessment, charge or fee provided for in this Declaration, or any monthly or other installment thereof, which is not fully paid within ten (10) days after the due date thereof shall bear interest at the rate as determined by the Executive Board, and the Association may assess a late charge 1 thereon. Further, the Association may bring an action at law or in equity, or both, against any Owner personally obligated to pay such overdue assessments, charges or fees, or monthly or other installments thereof, and may also proceed to foreclose its lien against such Owner's Unit. An action at law or in equity by the Association against an Owner to recover a money judgment for unpaid assessments, charges or fees, or monthly or other installments thereof, may be commenced and pursued by the Association without foreclosing, or in any way waiving, the Association's lien therefor. 5.06 Working Fund. The Association or Declarant shall require the first Owner of each Unit (other than Declarant) to make a non-refundable payment to the Association in an amount equal to one-sixth (1/6th) of the annual Common Expense Page 4 of 12 1 Assessment against that Unit in effect at the closing thereof, which sum shall be held, without interest, by the Association as a working fund. Said working fund shall be collected and transferred to the Association at the time of closing of the sale by Declarant or each Unit as aforesaid, and shall be maintained for the use and benefit of the Association. Such payment shall not relieve an Owner from making regular payments of assessments as the same become due. Upon the transfer of his Unit, an 1 Owner shall be entitled to a credit from his transferee for any unused portion of the aforesaid working fund. ARTICLE 6 LIMITED COMMON ELEMENTS 6.01 Limited Common Element. (a) A "Limited Common Element' means a portion of the Common Elements, designated in this Declaration, or on the plat or map, or by the Act, for the exclusive use of one or more but fewer than all of the Units. (b) The following portions of the building(s) in addition to the portions described ' in Section 38-33.3-202(1)(b) and (d) of the Act, are(is) designated as Limited Common Elements: (i) balconies (ii) doors leading from Units to balconies, and their related frames, sills and hardware; and (iii) doors leading from Units to interior corridors which are Common Elements; (iv) carports; and (v) as denoted on the Condominium Map. 6.02 Allocation of Reserved Limited Common Elements. (a) Portions of the Common Elements are marked on the plat or map as"Common Elements which may be allocated as Limited Common Elements". These portions of the Common Elements include, without limitation, vehicle parking areas, portions of the basement of the ' building which may be used for storage purposes and other areas. (b) The Declarant reserves the right to allocate specified areas which ' constitute a part of these Common Elements as Limited Common Elements for the exclusive use of the owners of Units to which these specified areas shall become appurtenant. The Declarant may assign such Common Elements as Limited Common Element areas pursuant to the provisions of Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-208 of the Act (i) by making such an allocation in a recorded instrument or (ii) in the deed to the Unit to which such Limited Common Element storage area shall be appurtenant or (iii) by recording an appropriate amendment or supplement to this Declaration. Such allocations by the Declarant may be to Units owned by the Declarant. Subsequent to Page 5 of 12 the Declarant control period, the right of allocation pursuant to this Section shall pass from the Declarant to the Executive Board and the Declarant may not thereafter exercise any such right. 6.03 Allocation of Specified Common Elements. The Executive Board may designate parts of the Common Elements from time to time for use by less than all of 1 the Unit owners or by nonowners for specified periods of time or by only those persons paying fees or satisfying other reasonable conditions for use as may be established by the Executive Board. Any such designation by the Executive Board shall not be a sale ' or disposition of such portions of the Common Elements. ARTICLE 7 MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT 7.01 Limited Common Elements. The owner of a Unit to which any doorstep, stoop, porch, balcony or patio is allocated shall be responsible for removal of snow, leaves and debris therefrom. ' 7.02 Expense Allocation. Any Common Expense associated with the maintenance, repair or replacement of a Limited Common Element shall be assessed equally against the Units to which the Limited Common Element is assigned. ARTICLE 8 DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS AND OTHER SPECIAL DECLARANT RIGHTS ' 8.01 Development Rights and Special Declarant Rights. The Declarant reserves the following Development Rights and other Special Declarant Rights for the maximum time limit allowed by law: (a) the right to complete or make improvements indicated on the plats or maps; ' (b) the right to maintain sales offices, management offices and models in Units or on the Common Elements, but only [insert limitations in number, size, location and relocation]; (c) the right to maintain signs on the Condominium to advertise the Condominium; (d) the right to use, and to permit others to use, easements through the common Elements as may be reasonably necessary for the purpose of discharging the Declarant's obligations under the Act and this Declaration; and Page 6 of 12 (f) the right to appoint or remove any officer of the Association or any Director during the Declarant Control Period consistent with the Act. i (g) To facilitate the completion of work by the Declarant and that the Property be established as a fully occupied residential community as rapidly as possible, neither any Owner nor the Association shall do anything to, and nothing in this Declaration shall be understood or construed to: ' Prevent Declarant, its successors or assigns, or its or their contractors or subcontractors, from performing on any Unit owned by it whatever it determines to be necessary or advisable in connection with the completion of such work, ' including without limitation, the alteration of construction plans and designs as Declarant deems advisable in the course of development; or prevent Declarant, its successors or assigns, or its or their contractors or subcontractors, from erecting, constructing and maintaining on any portion of the Property such structures as may be reasonably necessary for the conduct of its ' or their business of completing the work and establishing the Property as a residential community and disposing of the same in Units by sale, lease or otherwise; or prevent Declarant, its successors or assigns, or its or their contractors or subcontractors, from conducting on any portion of the Property its or their ' business of developing, subdividing, grading and constructing Units and other Improvements on the Property; or prevent Declarant, its successors or assigns, or its or their contractors or subcontractors, from maintaining such sign or signs on the Property as may be necessary in connection with the sale of lease of Units. 8.02 Limitations on Development Rights and Special Declarant Rights. Unless sooner terminated by a recorded instrument signed by the Declarant, any Development Right or Special Declarant Right may be exercised by the Declarant for the period of time specified in the Act. ARTICLE 8 ALLOCATEDINTERESTS 9.01 Allocated Interests. The undivided interest in the Common Elements, the Common Expense liability and votes in the Association allocated to each Unit are set ' forth in Exhibit"B". Page 7 of 12 9.02 Determination of Allocated Interests. The interests allocated to each Unit have been calculated as follows: (a) the undivided interest in Common Elements, on the basis of [insert here the method of calculation used]; (b) the percentage of liability for Common Expenses, on the basis of ' [insert here the method of calculation used]; and (c) the number of votes in the Association, on the basis of [insert here ' the method or calculation used]. ARTICLE 10 RESTRICTIONS ON USE, ALIENATION AND OCCUPANCY i10.01 Use and Occupancy Restrictions. Subject to the Development Rights and Special Declarant Rights reserved by the Declarant, the following use restrictions apply to all Units and to the Common Elements: 10.02 Use as Residences Only. Each Unit shall be used, whether by an Owner or his lessee, only as a residence. A Unit may be used for professional or administrative occupations without external evidence thereof, subject to any zoning ordinances or statutes existing from time to time affecting the Property, so long as the conduct of occupations in the Unit is merely incidental to the use of the Unit as a residence. A Unit may be used as the residence and office of a manager or managing agent appointed by the Association. ' 10.03 Nuisances. No noxious or offensive activity shall be carried on, in or upon any Common Element, nor shall anything be done therein or in any Unit which may be or become an unreasonable annoyance or a nuisance to any other Owner or resident of a Unit. No loud noises or noxious odors shall be permitted on the Property, and the Association shall have the right to determine if any activity, noise or odor constitutes a ' nuisance. No Owner shall permit or cause anything to be done or kept on the Property which will increase the rate of insurance thereon obtained under Section 9.1, or result in the cancellation of such insurance. Each Owner shall be accountable to the Association and other Owners for the conduct and behavior of persons residing in or visiting his Unit. Any damage to the Common Elements, personal property of the Association or property of another Owner, caused by any residents or visitors, shall be repaired at the ' sole expense of the Owner in whose Unit such persons are residing or visiting. 10.04 Sign Restrictions. No sign, poster, display, billboard or other advertising ' device shall be displayed to the public view on any portion of the Property, without the Page 8 of 12 prior written consent of the Board, except as may be used by Declarant or its designated agents to advertise Units for sale or lease. 10.05 Parking Restrictions. The following parking regulations shall apply to the Property: (a) No Owner shall park any vehicle on the Property except wholly ' within a parking area designated therefor. (b) No inoperable vehicle shall be stored. (c) No Owner shall park any large, commercial-type vehicle on the Property. (d) No Owner shall conduct or permit to be conducted major repairs or restorations of any vehicle of whatever kind. i (e) Motorcycles shall be parked only in designated parking areas. ' (f) No greater than two vehicles shall be parked per one bedroom unit. (g) No greater than three vehicles shall be parked per two or three bedroom unit. 10.06 Pet Restrictions. No animals, livestock, reptiles or poultry shall be kept in any Unit, except usual and customary domestic animals provided they are not kept, raised, or bred for commercial purposes or in unreasonable numbers as determined by the Board, provided, however, one (1) dog or not greater than two (2) cats per Unit are ' allowed. The Board shall have the right to issue rules and regulations it deems appropriate concerning or prohibiting the keeping of pets and the obligations of Owners and residents in connection therewith. An Owner shall be absolutely liable to each and all other Owners, their families, guests and invitees and the Association, for any unreasonable noise or damage to person or property caused by any animal brought or kept on the Property by such Owner or by members of his family, his tenants or his ' guests. It is also the absolute responsibility of each such Owner to clean up after such animals on the Common Elements or any other portion of the Property. 10.07 Eyesores and Fire Restrictions. No clothes, sheets, blankets, laundry of any kind or other articles shall be hung out or exposed on any part of the Common Elements. The Common Elements shall be kept free and clear of rubbish, debris and other unsightly materials. Trash, garbage or other waste shall be disposed of only by depositing same into a designated trash container. No portion of the Property shall be used for the storage of building materials, refuse or any other material, including, without limitation, personal effects such as boats, trailers or machinery, other than in connection with approved construction. There shall be no exterior fires, except Page 9 of 12 1• barbecue fires contained within receptacles therefor unless otherwise regulated or ' prohibited by the Board. ' 10.08 Deck Storage. No storage of personal effects shall be permitted in any deck area except items such as barbecue grills, lawn furniture and other small items when periodically used by the Owner of the Unit that do not present a visual impact. ' 10.09 Drapery Color. All drapery or curtains installed in a Unit shall contain a backing of uniform color to be determined by the Association to present a uniform ' exterior appearance. 10.10 Out-Building Restrictions. No out-building, tent, shed, shack or other temporary building or improvement shall be placed upon any portion of the Property, except as permitted by the Board or in connection with approved construction. No trailer, camper, motor-home or recreation vehicle on the Property shall be used as a residence, either temporarily or permanently. 10.11 Structural Integrity. Nothing shall be done in any Unit, or in, on or to the ' Common Elements, which will impair the structural integrity of any building, or which would structurally change any building, except as otherwise provided in this Declaration. ' 10.12 Restrictions on Alienation. A Unit may not be conveyed pursuant to time- sharing arrangement described in Colorado Revised Statutes Section 38-33-110 to 113. A Unit may not be leased or rented without the approval of Declarant. ARTICLE 11 ' EASEMENTS AND LICENSES 11.01 Recording Data. All easements and licenses to which the Condominium is presently subject are recited in Exhibit "A". In addition, the Condominium may be subject to other easements or licenses granted by the Declarant pursuant to Section 8.01 in this Declaration. 1 1 Page 10 of 12 1 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Declarant has caused this Declaration to be executed on April 1, 2001. Town of Snowmass Village 1 By. ' Gary Suiter, Town Manager ACKNOWLEDGMENT STATE OF COLORADO ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The foregoing Condominium Declaration was acknowledged before me by Gary Suiter, as Town Manager of the Town of Snowmass Village, on ' WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. My commission expires: 1 ' Notary Public 1 1 Pagel 1 of 12 1 EXHIBIT "A" ' The identification number of each Unit will be shown on the plat or map which will be inserted here. ' EXHIBIT "B" TABLE OF INTERESTS ' Unit Number Percentage Share Percentage Share Vote in the Affairs of Common of Common of the Association Elements Expenses 1 6.6287% 6.6287% 2456 2 6.9283% 6.9283% 2567 3 6.9283% 6.9283% 2567 ' 4 6.9283% 6.9283% 2567 5 5.2009% 5.2009% 1927 ' 6 5.4465% 5.4465% 2018 7 5.5059% 5.5059% 2040 ' 8 6.4344% 6.4344% 2384 9 6.8419% 6.8419% 2535 ' 10 6.4695% 6.4695% 2397 11 5.3980% 5.3980% 2000 r12 5.4816% 5.4816% 2031 13 6.9013% 6.9013% 2557 14 6.9013% 6.9013% 2557 ' 15 6.9013% 6.9013% 2557 16 5.3467% 5.3467% 1891 ' 100% 100% 37051 Page 12 of 12 ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION PARCEL N HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION ' The undersigned hereby signs and acknowledges, for delivery in duplicate to the Secretary of State of Colorado, these Articles of Incorporation under the Colorado ' Nonprofit Corporation Act. ARTICLE 1 tNAME ' The name of this corporation is PARCEL N HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, hereinafter referred to as the "Association". ' ARTICLE 2 ' DURATION The duration of the Association shall be perpetual. ' ARTICLE 3 PURPOSES AND POWERS OF ASSOCIATION 3.1 The Association shall operate the Common Interest Community known as the Parcel N Townhomes, located in the Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado, in accordance with the powers set forth in the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, as amended, and the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act, as amended. 3.2 The Association shall promote the health, safety, welfare, and common ' benefit of the residents of the Common Interest Community. 3.3 The Association shall do any and all permitted acts, and shall have and exercise any and all powers, rights, and privileges which are granted to a Common Interest Community Association under the laws of the State of Colorado and the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and other governing documents of the Association. 3.4 The foregoing statements of purpose shall be construed as a statement of ' both purposes and powers. The purposes and powers stated in each clause shall not Page 1 of 5 be limited or restricted by reference to or interference from the terms or provisions of ' any other clause, but shall be broadly construed as independent purposes and powers. 3.5 The Association is vested with the obligation of operation and ' maintenance of the common areas of the Parcel N Townhomes, pursuant to the Condominium Declaration for the Parcel N Townhomes filed for record in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. ' 3.6 The Board of Directors and the officers of the Corporation shall have no ' personal liability to the Corporation or its members for monetary damages arising from breach of fiduciary duty as a Director or officer except as expressly limited by the provisions of Colorado Revised Statutes 7-22-101(r). The Corporation shall indemnify the Directors and the officers as contemplated in Colorado Revised Statutes 7-22- 101.5. ARTICLE 4 ' NONPROFIT The Association shall be a nonprofit corporation, without shares of stock. ' ARTICLE 5 ' MEMBERSHIP RIGHTS AND QUALIFICATIONS ' 5.1 The classes, rights, and qualifications and the manner of election or appointment of members are as follows: (a) the members shall be of one (1) class, Owners who own a Unit as defined in the Declaration; ' (b) any person who holds title to a Unit shall be a member of the Association, provided that there shall be only one (1) membership for each unit owned; (c) membership shall be automatically transferred upon the conveyance of that Unit; 1 (d) voting shall be one (1) vote per Unit, and the vote to which each membership is entitled is the vote assigned to its Unit in the Declaration; Page 2 of 5 1 (e) if a Unit is owned by more than one (1) person, those persons shall ' agree among themselves how a vote for that Unit's membership is to be cast. Individual co-owners may not cast fractional votes. A vote by a co-owner for the entire Unit's membership interest shall be deemed to be pursuant to a valid ' proxy, unless another co-owner of the same Unit objects at the time the vote is cast, in which case such membership's vote shall not be counted. ARTICLE 6 ' DECLARANT RESERVED RIGHTS ' The Declarant of the Parcel N Townhomes shall have additional rights and qualifications as may be provided under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act and the Declaration. During the period of Declarant control, the Declarant, or persons ' designated by Declarant, subject to certain limitations, may appoint and remove the officers and members of the Board of Directors. The period of Declarant control terminates sixty (60) days after the conveyance of seventy-five percent (75%) of the ' Units that may be created to Owners other than Declarant. The Declarant may voluntarily surrender the right to appoint and remove officers and Directors before termination of the periods of Declarant control, but in that event, the Declarant may require, for the duration of the period of Declarant control, that specified actions of the Association or Board of Directors, as described in a recorded instrument executed by the Declarant, be approved by the Declarant before they become effective. Not later ' than sixty (60) days after conveyance of twenty-five percent (25%) of the Units that may be created to Owners other than Declarant, at least one (1) member, and not less than twenty-five percent (25%) of the members of the Board of Directors, shall be elected by ' Owners other than Declarant. Not later than sixty (60) days after conveyance of fifty percent (50%) of the Units that may be created to Owners other than Declarant, not less than one-third (113) of the members of the Board of Directors must be elected by ' Owners other than Declarant. ' ARTICLE 7 REGISTERED AGENT FOR SERVICE AND ADDRESS ' The initial registered agent of the Association shall be Joe Coffey, at the registered address of 16 Kearns Road, Post Office Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Pitkin ' County, Colorado, 81615. Page 3 of 5 1 ARTICLE 8 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ' The initial Board of Directors shall consist of three (3) persons. The names and addresses of the persons who shall serve as Directors until their successors shall be elected and qualified are as follows: ' Michael Manchester ' 16 Kearns Road Post Office Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Gary Suiter 16 Kearns Road ' Post Office Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 ' Joe Coffey 16 Kearns Road Post Office Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 ' ARTICLE 9 INCORPORATOR The name and address of the incorporator is: Joe Coffey 16 Kearns Road Post Office Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 ' ARTICLE 10 ' AMENDMENT Amendment of these Articles shall require the assent of at least two-thirds (2/3) ' of the members of the Association as provided in the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act. Page 4 of 5 r� ARTICLE 11 DISSOLUTION ' Upon dissolution or final liquidation of the Association, other than by merger or consolidation, the assets of the Association shall be allocated to the members in the same proportions as the number of units owned by each member bears to the total number of Units in Parcel N Townhomes and shall be disbursed, net of expenses and debts of the Association, to the members and their mortgagees, or as their respective interests may appear. 1 ' ARTICLE 12 EXECUTION ' IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned incorporator has signed these Articles in duplicate this 1 st day of April, 2001 ' Joe Coffey ' STATE OF COLORADO ) ) ss. ' COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The foregoing Articles of Incorporation were acknowledged before me this ' day of 2001 by Joe Coffey. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. ' My commission expires: ' Notary Public ' Page 5 of 5 BYLAWS ' OF PARCEL N HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION ' ARTICLE 1 - INTRODUCTION ' These are the Bylaws of The Crossings Homeowners Association, which shall operate under the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act, as amended, and the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, as amended, Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-101, ' at sea., hereinafter referred to as the "Act', the Articles of Incorporation of the Association, and the Declaration the Parcel N Townhomes, filed for record in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado as Reception Number ' ARTICLE 2 - BOARD OF DIRECTORS ' 2.1 Number and Qualification—Termination of Declarant Control. ' (a) The affairs of the Association shall be governed by an Board of Directors which, until the termination of the period of Declarant control, shall consist of five (5) persons, the majority of whom, excepting the Directors appointed by the Declarant, shall be Owners. If any Unit is owned by a partnership or corporation, any officer, partner or employee of that Owner shall be eligible to serve as a Director and shall be deemed to be an Owner for the purposes of the preceding sentence. Directors shall be elected by the Owners. At any meeting at which Directors are to be elected, the Owners may, by resolution, adopt specific procedures which are not inconsistent with these ' Bylaws or the Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act for conducting the elections. (b) The terms of all Directors shall expire annually. (c) The Declaration shall govern appointment of Directors of the Board of Directors during the period of Declarant control. 1 (d) The Board of Directors shall elect the officers. The Directors and officers shall take office upon election. 2.2 Powers and Duties. The Board of Directors may act in all instances on behalf of the Association, except as provided in the Declaration, these Bylaws or the ' Act. The Board of Directors shall have, subject to the limitations contained in the Page 1 of 12 1 1 1 Declaration and the Act, the powers and duties necessary for the administration of the taffairs of the Association, including the following powers and duties: (a) Adopt and amend Bylaws and Rules and Regulations; ' (b) Adopt and amend budgets for revenues, expenditures and reserves; (c) Collect assessments for Common Expenses from Owners; (d) Hire and discharge managing agents; t (e) Hire and discharge employees, independent contractors and agents other than managing agents; ' (f) Institute, defend or intervene in litigation or administrative proceedings or seek injunctive relief for violations of the Association's Declaration, Bylaws or Rules in the Association's name, on behalf of the Association or two (2) or more Owners on matters affecting the Association; (g) Make contracts and incur liabilities; ' (h) Regulate the use, maintenance, repair, replacement and modification of Common Elements; (i) Cause additional improvements to be made as a part of the Common Elements; ' Q) Acquire, hold, encumber and convey, in the Association's name, any right, title or interest to real estate or personal property, but Common ' Elements may be conveyed or subjected to a security interest only pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-312; ' (k) Grant easements for any period of time, including permanent easements, and grant leases, licenses and concessions for no more than one (1) year, through or over the Common Elements; ' (1) Impose and receive a payment, fee or charge for services provided to Owners and for the use, rental or operation of the Common Elements, other than Limited Common Elements described in Colorado Revised Statutes 38- 33.3-202 (1)(b) and (d); tPage 2 of 12 1 1 (m) Impose a reasonable charge for late payment of assessments and, ' after notice and hearing, levy a reasonable fine for a violation of the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of the Association; ' (n) Impose a reasonable charge for the preparation and recording of amendments to the Declaration or statements of unpaid assessments; (o) Provide for the indemnification of the Association's officers and the Board of Directors and maintain Directors' and officers' liability insurance; ' (p) Exercise any other powers conferred by the Declaration or Bylaws; (q) Exercise any power that may be exercised in the state by a legal entity of the same type as the Association; (r) Exercise any other power necessary and proper for the governance and operation of the Association; ' 2.3 Manager. The Board of Directors may employ a Manager for the Association, at a compensation established by the Board of Directors, to perform duties and services authorized by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors may ' delegate to the Manager only the powers granted to the Board of Directors by these Bylaws under Section 2.2, Subdivisions (c), (e), (g) and (h). Licenses, concessions and contracts may be executed by the Manager pursuant to specific resolutions of the Board 1 of Directors and to fulfill the requirements of the budget. 2.4 Removal of Directors. The Owners, by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of all ' persons present and entitled to vote, at any meeting of the Owners at which a quorum is present, may remove any Director of the Board of Directors, other than a Director appointed by the Declarant, with or without cause. ' 2.5 Vacancies. Vacancies in the Board of Directors, caused by any reason other than the removal of a Director by a vote of the Owners, may be filled at a special ' meeting of the Board of Directors held for that purpose at any time after the occurrence of the vacancy, even though the Directors present at that meeting may constitute less than a quorum. These appointments shall be made in the following manner: ' (a) As to vacancies of Directors whom Owners other than the Declarant elected, by a majority of the remaining elected Directors constituting ' the Board of Directors; and (b) As to vacancies of Directors whom the Declarant has the right to appoint, by the Declarant. Page 3 of 12 t Each person so elected or appointed shall be a Director for the remainder of the term of ' the Director so replaced. 2.6 Regular Meetings. The first regular meeting of the Board of Directors ' following each annual meeting of the Owners shall be held within ten (10) days after the annual meeting at a time and place to be set by the Owners at the meeting at which the Board of Directors shall have been elected. No notice shall be necessary to the newly ' elected Directors in order to legally constitute such meeting, provided a majority of the Directors are present. The Board of Directors may set a schedule of additional regular meetings by resolution, and no further notice is necessary to constitute regular meetings. ' 2.7 Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Board of Directors may be called by the president or by a majority of the Directors on at least three (3) business days' notice to each Director. The Notice shall be hand delivered or mailed and shall ' state the time, place and purpose of the meeting. 2.8 Location of Meetings. All meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held within the Town of Snowmass Village. 2.9 Waiver of Notice. Any Director may waive notice of any meeting in writing. ' Attendance by a Director at any meeting of the Board of Directors shall constitute a waiver of notice. If all the Directors are present at any meeting, no notice shall be required, and any business may be transacted at such meeting. ' 2.10 Quorum of Directors. At all meetings of the Board of Directors, a majority of the Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and the votes ' of a majority of the Directors present at a meeting at which a quorum is present shall constitute a decision of the Board of Directors. If, at any meeting, there shall be less than a quorum present, a majority of those present may adjourn the meeting. At any adjourned meeting at which a quorum is present, any business which might have been transacted at the meeting originally called may be transacted without further notice. ' 2.11 Consent to Corporate Action. If all the Directors or all Directors of a committee established for such purposes, as the case may be, severally or collectively consent in writing to any action taken or to be taken by the Association, and the number ' of the Directors constitutes a quorum, that action shall be a valid corporate action as though it had been authorized at a meeting of the Board of Directors or the committee, as the case may be. The secretary shall file these consents with the minutes of the ' meetings of the Board of Directors. 2.12 Telephone Communication in Lieu of Attendance. A Director may attend a ' meeting of the Board of Directors by using an electronic or telephonic communication method whereby the Director may be heard by the other members and may hear the Page 4 of 12 1 1 deliberations of the other members on any matter properly brought before the Board of ' Directors. The Directors vote shall be counted and the presence noted as if that Director were present in person on that particular matter. ' ARTICLE 3 - OWNERS 3.1 Annual Meeting. Annual meetings of Owners shall be held in the Town of ' Snowmass Village, Colorado, at such date set forth in the notice. At these meetings, the Directors shall be elected by ballot of the Owners, in accordance with the provisions of Article 2 of the Bylaws. The Owners may transact other business as may properly ' come before them at these meetings. ' 3.2 Budget Meeting. Meetings of Owners to consider proposed budgets shall be called in accordance with the Act. The budget may be considered at Annual or Special Meetings called for other purposes as well. ' 3.3 Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Association may be called by the president, by a majority of the members of the Board of Directors or by Owners ' comprising twenty percent (20%) of the votes in the Association. 3.4 Place of Meetings. Meetings of the Owners shall be held at the project or ' may be adjourned to a suitable place convenient to Owners, as may be designated by the Board of Directors or the president. ' 3.5 Notice of Meetings. The secretary or other officer specified in the Bylaws shall cause notice of meetings of the Owners to be hand delivered or sent prepaid by United States mail to the mailing address of each Unit or to the mailing address ' designated in writing by the Owner, not less than ten (10) nor more than sixty (60) days in advance of a meeting. No action shall be adopted at a meeting except as stated in the notice. ' 3.6 Waiver of Notice. Any Owner may, at any time, waive notice of any meeting of the Owners in writing, and the waiver shall be deemed equivalent to the ' receipt of notice. 3.7 Adjournment of Meeting. At any meeting of Owners, a majority of the ' Owners who are present at that meeting, either in person or in proxy, may adjourn the meeting to another time. ' 3.8 Order of Business. The order of business at all meetings of the Owners shall be as follows: (a) Roll call; (b) Proof of notice of meeting; Page 5 of 12 r� 1 (c) Reading of minutes of preceding meeting; ' (d) Reports; (g) Election of Members of the Board of Directors; (h) Ratification of budget; (i) Unfinished business; and Q) New business. 3.9 Voting. (a) If only (1) one of several owners of a Unit is present at a meeting of the Association, the owner present is entitled to cast all the Votes allocated to the Unit. If more than one (1) of the owners are present, the Votes allocated to the Unit may be cast only in accordance with the agreement of a majority in interest of the owners. There is a majority agreement if any one (1) of the owners casts the Votes allocated to the Unit without protest being made promptly to the person ' presiding over the meeting by another owner of the Unit. (b) Votes allocated to a Unit may be cast under a proxy duly executed by an Owner. If a Unit is owned by more than one person, each Owner of the Unit may vote or register protest to the casting of votes by the other owners of the Unit through a duly executed proxy. An Owner may revoke a proxy given under this section only by actual notice of revocation to the person presiding over a meeting of the Association. A proxy is void if it is not dated or purports to be revocable without notice. A proxy terminates one year after its date, unless it ' specifies a shorter term. 3.10 Quorum. Except as otherwise provided in these Bylaws, the Owners present in person or by proxy at any meeting of Owners, but no less than fifty-one percent (51%) of the members, shall constitute a quorum at that meeting. 3.11 Majority Vote. The Vote of a majority of the Owners present in person or by proxy at a meeting at which a quorum shall be present shall be binding upon all Owners for all purposes except where a higher percentage Vote is required in the ' Declaration, these Bylaws or by law. ARTICLE 4 - OFFICERS 4.1 Designation. The principal officers of the Association shall be the president, the vice president, the secretary and the treasurer, all of whom shall be ' elected by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors may appoint an assistant treasurer, an assistant secretary and other officers as it finds necessary. The president and vice president, but no other officers, need to be Directors. Any two offices may be ' held by the same person, except the offices of president and secretary. The office of vice president may be vacant. Page 6 of 12 4.2 Election of Officers. The officers of the Association shall be elected annually by the Board of Directors at the organizational meeting of each new Board of Directors. They shall hold office at the pleasure of the Board of Directors. 4.3 Removal of Officers. Upon the affirmative vote of a majority of the Directors, any officer may be removed, either with or without cause. A successor may ' be elected at any regular meeting of the Board of Directors or at any special meeting of the Board of Directors called for that purpose. 4.4 President. The president shall be the chief executive officer of the Association. The president shall preside at all meetings of the Owners and of the Board of Directors. The president shall have all of the general powers and duties which are ' incident to the office of president of a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Colorado, including but not limited to the power to appoint committees from ' among the Owners from time to time as the president may decide is appropriate to assist in the conduct of the affairs of the Association. The president may fulfill the role of treasurer in the absence of the treasurer. The president may cause to be prepared and may execute amendments, attested by the secretary, to the Declaration and these Bylaws on behalf of the Association, following authorization or approval of the particular amendment as applicable. ' 4.5 Vice President. The vice president shall take the place of the president and perform the president's duties whenever the president is absent or unable to act. If ' neither the president nor the vice president is able to act, the Board of Directors shall appoint some other Director to act in the place of the president on an interim basis. The vice president shall also perform other duties imposed by the Board of Directors or by ' the president. 4.6 Secretary. The secretary shall keep the minutes of all meetings of the Owners and the Board of Directors. The secretary shall have charge of the Association's books and papers as the Board of Directors may direct and shall perform all the duties incident to the office of secretary of a nonprofit corporation organized ' under the laws of the State of Colorado. The secretary may cause to be prepared and may attest to execution by the president of amendments to the Declaration and the Bylaws on behalf of the Association, following authorization or approval of the particular ' amendment as applicable. 4.7 Treasurer. The treasurer shall be responsible for Association funds and 1 securities, for keeping full and accurate financial records and books of account showing all receipts and disbursements and for the preparation of all required financial data. This officer shall be responsible for the deposit of all monies and other valuable effects in depositories designated by the Board of Directors and shall perform all the duties incident to the office of treasurer of a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of ' Page 7 of 12 the State of Colorado. The treasurer may endorse on behalf of the Association, for collection only, checks, notes and their obligations and shall deposit the same and all monies in the name of and to the credit of the Association in banks designated by the Board of Directors. Except for reserve funds described below, the treasurer may have custody of and shall have the power to endorse for transfer, on behalf of the Association, stock, securities or other investment instruments owned or controlled by the Association or as fiduciary for others. Reserve funds of the Association shall be ' deposited in segregated accounts or in prudent investments, as the Board of Directors decides. Funds may be withdrawn from these reserves for the purposes for which they were deposited, by check or order, authorized by the treasurer, and executed by two (2) Directors, one (1) of whom may be the treasurer if the treasurer is also a Director. ' 4.8 Agreements, Contracts, Deeds, Checks, etc. Except as provided in Sections 4.4, 4.6, 4.7 and 4.9 of these Bylaws, all agreements, contracts, deeds, leases, checks and other instruments of the Association shall be executed by persons designated by the Board of Directors. ' 4.9 Statements of Unpaid Assessments. The treasurer, assistant treasurer, a ' manager employed by the Association or, in their absence, any officer having access to the books and records of the Association may prepare, certify and execute statements of unpaid assessments, in accordance with Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-316. ' The Association may charge a reasonable fee for preparing statements of unpaid assessments. The amount of this fee and the time of payment shall be established by resolution of the Board of Directors. Any unpaid fees may be assessed as a Common Expense against the Unit for which the certificate or statement is furnished. ' ARTICLE b - ENFORCEMENT ' 5.1 Abatement and Enjoinment of Violations of Owners. The violation of any of the Rules and Regulations adopted by the Board of Directors or the breach of any provision of the Documents shall give the Board of Directors the right, after notice and hearing, except in case of an emergency, in addition to any other rights set forth in these Bylaws: ' (a) To enter the Unit or Limited Common Element in which, or as to which, the violation or breach exists and to summarily abate and remove, at the expense of the defaulting Owner, any structure, thing or condition (except for ' additions or alterations of a permanent nature that may exist in that Unit) that is existing and creating a danger to the Common Elements contrary to the intent and meaning of the provisions of the Documents. The Board of Directors shall not be deemed liable for any manner of trespass by this action; or Page 8 of 12 1 (b) To enjoin, abate or remedy by appropriate legal proceedings, either at law or in equity, the continuance of any breach. 5.2 Fine for Violation. By resolution, following notice and hearing, the Board of Directors may levy a fine of up to $25.00 per day for each day that a violation of the Documents or Rules persists after notice and hearing, but this amount shall not exceed that amount necessary to insure compliance with the rule or order of the Board of ' Directors. ARTICLE 6 - INDEMNIFICATION The Directors and officers of the Association shall have the liabilities, and be ' entitled to indemnification, as provided in Colorado Nonprofit Corporation Act, the provisions of which are incorporated by reference and made a part of this document. ARTICLE 7 - RECORDS 7.1 Records and Audits. The Association shall maintain financial records. The cost of any audit shall be a Common Expense unless otherwise provided in the Documents. ' 7.2 Examination. All records maintained by the Association or the Manager shall be available for examination and copying by any Owner, any holder of a Security Interest in a Unit or its insurer or guarantor, or by any of their duly authorized agents or attorneys, at the expense of the person examining the records, during normal business hours after reasonable notice. 7.3 Records. The Association shall keep the following records: (a) An account for each Unit, which shall designate the name and ' address of each Owner, the name and address of each mortgagee who has given notice to the Association that it holds a mortgage on the Unit, the amount of each Common Expense assessment, the dates on which each assessment ' comes due, the amounts paid on the account and the balance due; (b) An account for each Owner showing any other fees payable by the Owner; (c) A record of any capital expenditures in excess of$3,000.00 ' approved by the Board of Directors for the current and next two (2) succeeding fiscal years; (d) A record of the amount and an accurate account of the current balance of any reserves for capital expenditures, replacement and emergency Page 9 of 12 1 repairs, together with the amount of those portions of reserves designated by the Association for a specific project; (e) The most recent regularly prepared balance sheet and expense ' statement, if any, of the Association; (f) The current operating budget adopted pursuant to Colorado ' Revised Statutes 38-33.3-315(1) and ratified pursuant to the procedures of Colorado Revised Statutes 38-33.3-303(4); (g) A record of any unsatisfied judgments against the Association and the existence of any pending suits in which the Association is a defendant; (h) A record of insurance coverage provided for the benefit of Owners and the Association; (i) A record of any alterations or improvements to Units or Limited Common Elements which violate any provisions of the Declarations of which the Board of Directors has knowledge; ' 0) A record of any violations, with respect to any portion of the Association, of health, safety, fire or building codes or laws, ordinances, or ' regulations of which the Board of Directors has knowledge; (k) A record of the actual cost, irrespective of discounts and ' allowances, of the maintenance of the Common Elements; (1) Balance sheets and other records required by local corporate law; (m) Tax returns for state and federal income taxation; ' (n) Minutes of proceedings of incorporators, Owners, Directors, committees of Directors and waivers of notice; ' (o) A copy of the most current versions of the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and resolutions of the Board of Directors, along with their exhibits and schedules. ARTICLE 8 - ARBITRATION ' In the event that the Board of Directors is unable to carry out its functions required by the provisions of the Articles of Incorporation, these Bylaws, the Condominium Declaration or the Common Interest Ownership Act because of the failure 1 to obtain a quorum or a majority vote, then each Owner shall designate an arbitrator within thirty (30) days of the date of such failure of a quorum or a majority vote. Each of ' Page 10 of 12 1 the two (2) arbitrators so appointed shall appoint a third arbitrator within forty-five (45) days of the date of the failure of the quorum or a majority vote. The three (3) arbitrators shall render a binding decision on all Owners within sixty (60) days of the date of the failure of the quorum or majority vote on all matters then in noncompliance with the I Articles of Incorporation, these Bylaws, the Condominium Declaration and the Common Interest Ownership Act. The costs and expenses incurred in the rendering of the binding decision by the arbitrators shall be considered to be a common expense. ARTICLE 9 - MISCELLANEOUS 9.1 Notices. All notices to the Association or the Board of Directors shall be delivered to the office of the Manager, or, if there is no Manager, to the office of the Association, or to such other address as the Board of Directors may designate by written notice to all Owners and to all holders of Security Interests in the Units who have notified the Association that they hold a Security Interest in a Unit. Except as otherwise provided, all notices to any Owner shall be sent to the Owner's address as it appears in the records of the Association. All notices to holders of Security Interests in the Units shall be sent, except where a different manner of notice is specified elsewhere in the Documents, by registered or certified mail to their respective addresses, as designated by them in writing to the Association. All notices shall be deemed to have been given when mailed, except notices of changes of address, which shall be deemed to have been given when received. 9,2 Fiscal Year. The fiscal year of the Association shall be the calendar year. 9.3 Waiver. No restriction, condition, obligation or provision contained in these Bylaws shall be deemed to have been abrogated or waived by reason of any failure to enforce the same, irrespective of the number of violations or breaches which may occur. ' 9.4 Office. The principal office of the Association shall be on the Property or at such other place as the Board of Directors may from time to time designate. ' 9.5 Working Capital. A working capital fund is to be established in the amount of two (2) months' regularly budgeted initial Common Expense assessments, measured as of the date of the first assessment on the first phase, for all Units as they are created in proportion to their respective Allocated Interests in Common Expenses. Any amounts paid into this fund shall not be considered as advance payment of assessments. Each Unit's share of the working capital fund may be collected and then contributed to the ' Association by the Declarant at the time the sale of the Unit is closed or at the termination of Declarant control. Until paid to the Association, the contribution to the working capital shall be considered an unpaid Common Expense Assessment, with a lien on the Declarant's unsold Units pursuant to the Act. Until termination of Declarant control of the Board of Directors, the working capital shall be deposited without interest 1 Page 11 of 12 1 in a segregated fund. While the Declarant is in control of the Board of Directors, the Declarant cannot use any of the working capital funds to defray its expenses, reserve contributions or construction costs or to make up budget deficits. ' 9.6 Reserves. As a part of the adoption of the regular budget the Board of Directors shall include an amount which, in its reasonable business judgment, will establish and maintain an adequate reserve fund for the replacement of improvements to the Common Elements and those Limited Common Elements that it is obligated to maintain, based upon the project's age, remaining life and the quantity and replacement ' cost of major Common Element improvements. ARTICLE 10 - AMENDMENTS TO BYLAWS 10.1 The Bylaws maybe amended only by vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the members of the Board of Directors, following notice and comment to all Owners, at any ' meeting duly called for such purpose. 10.2 No amendment of the Bylaws of this Association shall be adopted which would affect or impair the validity or priority of any mortgage covering any Unit or which would change the provisions of the Bylaws with respect to institutional mortgagees or records. 1 1 1 Page 12 of 12 ' EXHIBIT #5 1 SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENTS AGREEMENT FOR PARCEL N, FARAWAY RANCH P.U.D. ' THIS AGREEMENT is made this _day of , 2001, by and between the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, a municipal corporation ("Town") and the Snowmass Village Housing Office ("the Applicant"). ' WITNESSETH: ' WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village is the owner of certain real property situated in the County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, more particularly described as ' "Parcel N, Faraway Ranch Subdivision", according to the Gross Parcel Plat recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Page 5 (the "Property"). ' WHEREAS, the Applicant desires to develop and improve the Property and has submitted to the Town a final P.U.D. plat showing the proposed planned community layout for said Property (the "Plat"). The Plat was recorded in the records of the Clerk ' and Recorder for Pitkin County on , 2001 as Reception No. WHEREAS, the Applicant has further submitted to the Town plans for ' improvements and landscaping to be constructed by the Applicant in connection with the development and improvement of the Property and described in Resolution No. Series of 2001 (the "Plans"). WHEREAS, the Town Council has approved the final Plat submitted by the Applicant subject to certain requirements and conditions which involve the installation and construction of the improvements and landscaping shown on the Plans. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises and the terms and ' conditions herein stated and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which is acknowledged by the parties hereto, it is agreed as follows: ' 1. Applicant's Guarantee and Warranty. The Applicant hereby guarantees the installation, as hereafter provided and as necessary to serve the Property, and payment therefor, of all public and private road and trail improvements, all utility lines, storm drainage improvements and storm sewers, and all other improvements described in the Plans. The Applicant hereby warrants all publicly dedicated roads and road improvements and utility improvements constructed or installed by the Applicant against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two years after acceptance of such improvements by the Town or the utility ' companies. The Applicant agrees to promptly correct any deficiencies in installation in order to meet the requirements of the plans and specifications applicable to such ' Page 1 of 5 installation. In the event such installation is not completed substantially within the ' applicable schedules, if any, and according to the specific plans therefor, the Town shall have the right to cause such work to be done as is necessary to complete the installation in such manner and the Applicant shall be liable for the cost of such work. 2. Water Lines and Sanitary Sewer Collection Lines. ' (a) The Applicant and Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (the "District") shall enter into an agreement providing for the installation of all water lines, sanitary sewer lines, and appurtenant facilities and improvements, whether such lines and other ' improvements are actually on the Property, bordering the Property, or on other lands connecting the Property to the existing water distribution and sewage collection system, in accordance with the standard specification of the District. (b) The cost of all said lines shall be borne by the Applicant and/or the District in such manner as the Applicant and the District may determine pursuant to an agreement ' between the Applicant and the District. The Applicant shall enter into a separate guaranty and warranty to the District for such facilities. ' 3. Electric, Gas. Telephone and Cable TV Facilities. ' (a) The Applicant shall enter into such agreements with Holy Cross Electric Association as may be reasonable and appropriate to provide for the engineering and installation of all electrical distribution lines and facilities required for the Property and the Applicant shall pay the cost of installation of such facilities in accordance with the established fees of Holy Cross Electric Association. (b) The Applicant shall enter into such agreements with KN Energy as may be reasonable and appropriate to provide for the engineering and installation of all gas lines and distribution facilities required for the Property and the Applicant shall pay the cost of installation of such facilities in accordance with the established fees of Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Company. (c) The Applicant shall enter into such agreements with U.S. West as may be reasonable and appropriate to provide for the engineering and installation of all telephone lines and facilities required for the Property and the Applicant shall pay the ' cost of installation of such facilities in accordance with the established fees of U.S. West. ' (d) The Applicant shall enter into such agreements with TO Cablevision, now AT&T Cable Services, as may be reasonable and appropriate to provide for the engineering and installation of all cable television distribution lines and facilities required ' for the Property and the Applicant shall pay the cost of installation of such facilities in accordance with the established fees of TCI Cablevision. ' Page 2 of 5 4. Landscaping and Storm Drainage Improvements. (a) The Applicant shall install all storm sewer lines and storm water drainage ' facilities described in the Plans. The final design of all storm drainage improvements shall be subject to the review and approval of the Town Engineer and the Town Landscape Architect. 1 (b) The Applicant shall install all landscaping improvements shown on the Plans. The final design and installation of all landscaping improvements shall be subject to the ' review and approval of the Town's Landscape Architect. The Applicant shall complete all of the approved landscaping improvements. As a condition precedent to the issuance of a final certificate of occupancy for the dwelling units constructed on the Property, the Applicant shall have either installed said improvements or posted security therefor in a form and amount satisfactory to the Town Attorney and Planning Director. ' 5. Maintenance and Repair. The Applicant agrees that it shall repair or pay for any damage to existing public ' improvements damaged during the construction of the new improvements. The Town shall notify the Applicant within a reasonable time after discovery of any claim ' hereunder, and the Applicant shall have a reasonable period of time within which to make any required repairs. 6. Default. If the Applicant shall default in the performance of its obligations, the Applicant shall have the right to cure said default after written notice by the Town of the default to the Applicant. If the Applicant fails to cure such default within sixty days after written notice is given form the Town to the Applicant specifying the nature of the default (or if ' such default cannot be cured within the sixty day period of time, if the Applicant shall fail to promptly commence to cure the same and thereafter diligently proceed with such cure), then the Town shall be entitled to undertake such work as may be necessary and ' appropriate to cure such default. The Town shall be entitled to full reimbursement for the reasonable costs of all such work. Any written notice required to be given to the Applicant shall be given by first class mail, postage prepaid, and by certified mail, return ' receipt requested, to the following addresses: Joe Coffey, Director ' Snowmass Village Housing Office P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 ' Page 3 of 5 7. Amendment. 1 This Agreement and all its exhibits may only be amended by written instrument signed by the Town and the Applicant. 8. Binding Effect. This Agreement shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their successors and assigns; provided that purchasers of interval units within the Property or any homeowners' association that receives title to any portion of ' the Property shall not incur any liability hereunder and no person or entity, including a homeowners' association that receives title to any portion of the Property, may claim to be a third party beneficiary of the terms, conditions, or covenants of this Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this Agreement to be signed the date and year first written above. ' TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE SNOWMASS VILLAGE HOUSING ' OFFICE ' By: By: ' Gary Suiter, Town Manager Joe Coffey, Housing Director ' Stephen R. Connor, Town Attorney ' ACKNOWLEDGMENT STATE OF COLORADO ) ) ss. ' COUNTY OF PITKIN ) ' The foregoing Subdivision Improvements Agreement was acknowledged before me this_ day of 2001, by Gary Suiter, Town Manager of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. ' WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. ' Page 4 of 5 1 My commission expires: 1 Notary Public STATE OF COLORADO ) ) ss. 1 COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The foregoing Subdivision Improvements Agreement was acknowledged before 1 me this day of 2001, by Joe Coffey, Director of the Snowmass Village Housing Office. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. My commission expires: 1 Notary Public 1 1 1 1 i i i 1 1 Page 5 of 5 EXHIBIT #6 1 ' February 16, 2001 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 ' Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attention: Mr. Joe Coffey Housing Director Subject: Summary of ' Subsurface Drain Recommendations Parcel N Affordable Housing Snowmass Village, Colorado ' Job No. GS-3112 ' Lowering of ground water in the hillside above the planned Parcel N Affordable Housing buildings is required to develop the site without decreasing existing hillside stability. We published a report dated November 15,2000 under this ' job number which presented the results of our evaluation of the following retainage/drainage systems. ' 1. Laying back of natural slopes and installation of an interceptor drain; ' 2. Construction of rock buttress retaining walls with a drain behind the wall; and ' 3. Soil nailed retaining wall(s) with horizontal drains. ' We initially recommended installation of an independent interceptor drain uphill of the planned buildings (letter dated September 13, 2000, Job No. GS-3112). The purpose of the interceptor drain was to lower ground water levels and allow ' excavations at the site to be made in a comparatively dry condition.After preliminary building locations and foundation elevations were established we performed additional analysis of site retaining walls (letter dated November 15, 2000, Job No. t GS-3112). We determined that soil nailed retaining walls with horizontal drains or rock buttress retaining walls with a drain behind the wall could be constructed and would effectively lower ground water levels. Therefore, an independent interceptor ' drain was not required. CTUTHOMPSON, INC. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 234 CENTER DRIVE ■ GLENWOOD SPRINGS,COLORADO 81601 ■ (970)945-2809 a Horizontal drains are normally 2 to 3 inch diameter pipes inserted into 4 to 8- inch diameter holes drilled into an excavation face in the hillside. The drilling operations to install horizontal drains will not require excavation in the hillside beyond the face of the retaining walls. ' Ground water levels atthis site are nearthe ground surface during spring and summer months as a result of snow melt. Ground water levels must be considered ' when planning excavations. We suggest the contractor monitor ground water levels prior to excavation at the site. ' We have received grading plans dated 2/07/01 from Schmueser Gordon Meyer and are reviewing the plans to allow us to provide input regarding locations where soil nailed retaining walls and/or rock buttress retaining walls are appropriate. ' We appreciate the opportunity to work with you on this project. Please call If you have questions. ' Very truly rs, ' CT P N, INC. ' ding, P.E. nch Manager ' JM:cd (5 copies sent)' 1 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PARCEL N AFFORDABLE HOUSING ,z JOB NO.OS-7112 ' EXHIBIT #7 ' February 14, 2001 1 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 ' Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attention: Mr. Joe Coffey Housing Director Subject: Engineer's Opinion ' Parcel N Affordable Housing Snowmass Village, Colorado Job No. GS-3112 Revised ' A retention system will be required to mitigate the risk of slope movement caused by construction at the Parcel N Affordable Housing project. Installation of ' the planned soil nail retaining system should maintain or possibly enhance the stability of the hillside. ' The site includes slopes at varying steepness. We have observed no tension cracks, scarps or other indications of recent instability. CTL/Thompson, Inc. conducted stability evaluations on several cross sections through the existing ' slopes. Soil nailing is planned to allow cuts behind the planned buildings. Coggins and Sons, the shoring contractor, is preparing detailed designs for the soil nail retention system. ' The site is believed to be stable in its current condition. The relative stability is judged by mathematical comparison of the forces tending to cause movement to ' the forces resisting movement. This ratio is called the Factor of Safety (FOS). In our opinion, the FOS is lower in the period March through August of each year because of elevated ground water levels that occur because of snow melt. This high ' ground condition was used in global stability analyses. Surveys, studies, borings and similar activities have defined the geometry of ' the slope, ground water levels, type and thickness of soils, and depth to bedrock. Laboratory tests were used to aid in selection of strength values. ' Residual strength, softened strength, and peak strength are descriptors of different deformation conditions when considering the strength of a clay or shale. Peak strength is measured at relatively low strain. Residual strength is related to very large strain and is used when analyzing an existing slide surface. The softened CTUTHOMPSON, INC. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 234 CENTER DRIVE ■ GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLORADO 81601 ■ (970)945-2809 strength presumes considerable strain but the strength is greater than residual. ' CTL/Thompson, Inc. analyzed the slope at the Parcel N project for strength conditions judged to be representative of softened strength. Our analysis indicates the FOS for the retained slope will be equal to or greater than the existing condition tfor the parameters used to model the slope. Soil nails involve a tension member to resist earth pressure. The tension is ' developed by movement within the retained slope and the system is described as passive. The soil nailed walls are constructed using a top down excavation process. The top down retention method stabilizes each cut layer before additional depth of ' excavation is allowed. These methods of construction are designed to limit movement in the slopes above the excavation. Based on the above mitigation measures, It Is our professional opinion that the proposed development of Parcel N will not result in or increase the potential for slope failure of the existing hillside. We judge the proposed construction will result in low potential risk of damage to adjacent property. Very truly yours, ' CTLIT N-C ' ohn E Bra h Man ger ' f :cd ' S copies sent) 1 1 1 1 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PARCEL N AFFORDABLE HOUSING JOB NO.GS-3117 REVISED 2 SCHMUESER I GORDON MEYER G:_ENWOOD SPRINGS ASPEN ENGINEERS 6 SURVEYORS 1 1 8 W. 6TH, SUITE 200 P.O. BOX 2 1 55 ' GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO B 1601 ASPEN, CO 6161 2 970-945-1004 970-925-6727 Fz: 070-045-5048 Fx: 070-925-4 1 57 EXHIBIT #8 ' February 8, 2001 Alan Richman Planning Services ' 200 E. Main Street P O Box 3613 Aspen, CO 81612 ' Attn: Mr. Alan Richman Re: Civil Engineering summary of drainage issues, Parcel N ' Dear Alan, ' This letter is to briefly summarize some of the key issues surrounding the housing project on Parcel N in Snowmass Village. Those issue which our office had be requested to provide some clarification involve the amount of disturbed area and existing vegetation removal, erosion ' control measures, and water quality control approach. DISTURBED AREA The site consists of approximately 3.45 acres of undeveloped land located just northeast of the ' intersection of Brush Creek Road and Faraway Road, and adjacent to Brush Creek. Proposed development of the lot will consist of the 17 multi-family units with associated common space and parking area. Access to the site will be through the forthcoming multi-unit project, The ' Timbers, which is adjacent to the south. Adjacent to the site to the east lies The Ridge condominiums. ' The construction area will encompass approximately 1.60 acres (69765 S.F.). Of this, approximately 0.75 acres (32,760 S.F.) will be impervious surfaces such as paving, sidewalks and roofs. The rest the construction area will be re-landscaped according to the architects ' plans. Of the existing vegetation on the site, approximately 2500 S.F. of Aspens will likely need to he removed to construct the necessary retaining walls. Also, some vegetation below the bike path will need to be removed to accommodate the drainage outlets and bike path modification. ' A portion of both of these areas can be re-vegetated to specifications required by the town, if so desired. EROSION CONTROL ' Grading and Erosion Control shall be performed per the Grading and Erosion Control plans prepared and submitted to the Town for approval. It is the intent of these plans to limit the amount of disturbance in as much as possible and to control the erosion through the strategic ' placement of proven erosion control devices, such as silt fence and hay bales. Erosion control during construction will be provided though the implementation of the above stated measures, and after construction erosion control will be permanently provide through re-vegetation of all ' disturbed areas according to the architects landscaping plan. 1 \\SGMSERVI\projeGs\200o\2000-127\CORRESPONDENCE\L 020201 AR-GENINFO.doc E5Alan Richman February 8, 2001 WATER QUALITY Water quality within Brush Creek will be maintained in three ways. First, no development or disturbance is planned within the existing riparian area along the creek, with the exception of ' some minor disturbance during bike path re-alignment and storm drain system outlet construction. Second, both temporary and permanent erosion control measures will be ' implemented as outlined above. And lastly, the water quality control structure will intercept all paved surface flows across developed portions of the site and will effectively reduce sediment loads and trap oil and grease. This water quality control structure will consist of a baffle system for sediment deposition and oil and grease removal. The standard structure comes as an ' underground concrete vault. The inflow collected in the on-site drainage system enters the vault at one end. A series of weirs and baffles slow and filter the water of particulate material and oils. The flow then exits the other end of the vault for release back to the environment. This vault has the capacity to filter approximately the 10-year storm for this site and pass up to the 100- year storm. This should be sufficient as the majority of oil and pollutants are washed off in the first few minutes of a storm when the runoff is lower and hence, similar to a lower intensity ' storm. Also, the higher intensity storms have more runoff which further dilute the remaining pollutants. This approach should keep the runoff from the site within the criteria outlined section 16A-4-30, Part e(3) and section 16A-4-250 in the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and ' Development code. I hope this information is sufficient for your purposes. If you should have further questions ' please do not hesitate to contact this office. Respectfully submitted, ' Rick L. Barth, EIT Schmueser Gordon Meyer, Inc. 1 1 \\SGMSERV1)projecls\2000\2000-127\CORRESPONDENCE\L 020201 AR-GENINFO.doc ----------- -------------- 03/20/2001 10:42 923-5461 SNOWMASS HOUSING DEP PAGE 12 [^� SCHMUESER GORDON - MEYER o"rw000 SPRINGS ASPEN CNO N C[R S SU RrCTO I I W. OT". r . !u [ 200 .0. box 2155 ♦y/ 6 R3 oWCNWOOD sRR1NO3. COB 180 1 ASPCN, CO 8;01 2 070-945.1004 970-925.6727 r7t 070845-5949 M 070.923-4157 ' EXHIBIT #9 March 90', 2001 ' Bernadette Barthelenghi P.O. Box 5010 16 Kearns Road ' Town of Snowmass Village Attn: Community Development ' Re: Parcel N drainage and erosion control responses ' Dear Bernadette, ' This letter Is to detail some speck items concerning the drainage and erosion control measures designed for the proposed employee housing site on Parcel N, Snowmass Village. The site Is located along the south side of Brush Creek Road and adjacent to Parcel K, also known as The Timbers. The site Is approximately 3.4 acres of which a little less than one (1) acre shall be ' developed Into employee housing. This will Include two mul$unit"townhome' type complexes with paved parking, carports and landscaping. First I will describe the general drainage approach. We placed drainage Inlets up hill and at the termination points of the designed sweles to collect runoff from what will be the portion of the site left undeveloped. These Inlets collect the historic (existing conditions) flow and pass it through the ' site at three separate locations, This was Initially done to keep material costs lower and keep the concentration of flow at any one point as low as possible but has been changed for reasons listed under item two (2). The fourth system collects the on-site, developed now from the parking lot. ' This system includes an on-site filtration vault to clean the water of oils and particulate matter prior to release. The release point is Just downstream of the shown release point for the 'historic flout' drainage systems, ' In our conversation on March 56", 2001, you raised some reservations concerning our drainage plan. Those items and our responses or alterations are as follows. 1. How does the erosion control plan adequately manage sediment laden runoff and should something further be included to address sediment deposition? ' It is our belief that the designed erosion control measures are adequate to handle the sediment load from the site. Partly due to our designed erosion control elements and partly due the construction sequence. The construction will occur in two stages. First the retaining walls will be t constructed, During this portion of the process, sift fence will be placed around all disturbed areas. Disturbance will be minimal as these walls need to be constructed prior to the rest of the grade work due to poor soll conditions on-site. The uphill disturbance created by the construction of these walls will be maintained with the use of temporary mulching and matting. The'blankets"will 03/20/2001 10:42 923-5461 SNOWMASS HOUSING DEP ' PAGE 13 B. BaRheienghl,TOSV Community Development March 9,2001 ' help prevent the soils from loosening and becoming suspended in the runoff. After the walls are ' complete, the 'macro" grading shall take place which will effectively 'level" the site roughly to the proposed finished elevations. The shallower slopes will greatly slow velocities to the proposed drainage elements which will be constructed concurrently with the grading. The drainage inlets shall be surrounded by hay bales staked into the ground. Four of the five Inlets are in a low or 'sump'condition (no water shall bypass the inlet). These inlets will effectively act as sedimentation ponds filtering the runoff through the hay bales prior to it entering the drainage system. In the swales leading to these 'ponds' there will be periodic hay bale ditch checks which help filter out sediment while the flow is moving. As a final sediment barrier, silt fence will surround the site capturing any runoff from disturbed areas and the pipe WWI locations, Hence, we have a portion ' of the site being protected from erosion prior to the rest of the site being worked on, In channel sediment barriers, pond-like sediment filters, and sift fence to prevent the sediment from getting to the ditch. Therefore, we do not believe that any further elements are required as what has been ' suggested (sedimentation ponds), In essence, already exists. 2. Will the present measures designed for the respective outfalls of the drainage pipes (four In ' all)have adequate erosion control protection? What has been designed should be sufficient for erosion control protection. These outfall pipes do not have a substantial amount of flow exiting to daylight. SGM also was of the understanding that we were to protect as much existing vegetation as possible, therefore our release points were at the earliest possible (furthest uphill) location. However, if the city will grant a work permit to ' construct the pipes to the existing ditch, SGM can design these pipes to release at the flowline of this ditch, per the Town of Snowmass Village's request. Also, to minimize the amount of disturbed area due to pipe construction, SGM will also combine the four separate systems to two release points adjacent to each other. This will satisfy our earlier requirement to keep the 'historic' runoff ' separate from the filtered water until It leaves the site, fulfill the new request to bring the runoff to the ditch and reduce the amount of vegetation which shall be removed to oonstrW the pipes. To protect the outfall area in the ditch, rock rip-rap shall be placed in the ditch which will resist the ' erosive effect of the concentrated runoff. This combined with the shallow slope of the ditch should be sufficient to prevent erosion. Therefore, with the new configuration and release point, SGM believes that no further erosion control elements are required for the attached updated plan. ' 3. is the existing ditch along the south side of Brush Creek Road adequate for developed flow conditions? ' According to our calculations requested by the Town of Snowmass Village, the existing ditch is adequately sized for developed runoff from Parcel N. The current condition is a well vegetated V. type ditch, approximately 6 feet wide at the top and f.5 feet deep. At the existing slope of approximately 5%, this ditch has a capacity of 27 cubic feet per second (cfe), completely full. In our conversation you suggested that Parcel N convey all or a portion of the runoff under Brush ' Creek Road and Into Brush Creek itself. To do so would add considerable expense to the project which, until now, was not believed to be required. From the previous Sopris Engineering drainage report dated March 12. 1999, it is our ' understanding that a ditch has been constructed and/or improved on the uphill side of Faraway Road. This ditch will collect all the uphill runoff and direct it through culverts under Faraway Road and then under Brush Creek Road, with only some overflow into the Brush Creek ditch but 03/20/2001 10:42 923-5481 SNOWMASS HOUSING DEP PAGE 14 B. Barthelenghl,TOSV Community Development March 9,2001 ' nevertheless greatly reducing the impact' on the existing ditch along Brush Creek Road. Furthermore, It Is believed the Timbers project has directed at least a portion of their runoff through ' this some culvert under Brush Creek Road further reducing the impact on the existing ditch. The Sopris Engineering report details this information on pages 3 through 8, particularly In Section Ill. I have attached those pages for your convenience. My hope with this letter is to clear up our position on these issues and/or provide further information or design alteration to accommodate these concerns. If you have any questions, t please do not hesitate to call me at this office. I will contact you in the naxt couple of days 10 review this letter and, if required, set up a meeting to further discuss these issues. ' Respectfully submitted, ' Rick Barth, E.I. ' Schmueser Gordon Meyer, Inc Phone: (970)945-1104 ' cc: Joe Coffey, TOSV Hunt Walker, TOSV Greg Smith.TOSV ' Chad Paulson, P.E.. SGM 1 1 1 1 1 • ••••••••..,,,.,,.. ,.,-,.R.,,.rs..,aae,w,arbroava�o 3 EXHIBIT #10 Y March 9, 2001. 1 ' Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 6010 Snowmass Village, CO 81616 1 Attention: Mr. Joe Coffey Housing Director Subject: Slope Monitoring Parcel N Affordable Housing ' Snowmass Village, Colorado Job No. GS-3280 ' We plan on installing two Inclinometers In the hlllside above planned Parcel N buildings to check that no significant slope movement occurs. Initial data collection to establish a base line profile of each Inclinometer will occur ' . approximately one week after Installation. Additional datavollected will occur every week or two commencing at the start of excavation at the site and continue until uphill foundation wells at* backfilled. ' We appreciate the opportunity to work with you on this project. Please call If you have questions. ' Very truly yours, CTUT M ' o chli E n�2Li)! t h Mans O, J :cd ' (6 copies sent) 1 CTUTHOMPSON. INC. fCONSULTING ENGINEERS 234 CENTER DRIVP GLBNWOOD SPRINGS.COLORADO 61601 • OM 94&"M 1 ' March 8, 2001 Town of Snowmass Village ' P.O. Box 6010 Snowmass Village, CO 81616 ' Attention: Mr.Joe Coffey Housing Director ' Subject: Inclinometer and Piezomster Installetions Parcel N Affordable Housing ' Snowmass Village, Colorado Job No. OS-7280 CTL/Thompson,Inc.Is planning to Install Inclinometers and piazometers as part of our monitoring and construction observations and testing services atthe Parcel N Affordable Housing site. The inclinometers and plezometers will allow monitoring of the hillside above the proposed building footprints to check that no significant slope ' movement occurs during construction. From an engineering perspective,locating inclinometers and plezometere on ' Ridge Condominium property is desirable. Locating instrumentation on the Ridge Condominium property, uphill of the Parcel N property, would allow monitoring of potential slope movements farther uphill from the planned excavations.The planned ' monitoring station locations am shown on Figure 1. If Inclinometer&and plazometeni' cannot be installed on the Ridge Condominium property they will needto be located on the slopes.between Ridge Condominium property and the Parcel N building footprints. ' Installation of inclinometers and plezometers on Parcel N property would result in less complete coverage of the hillside. Significant road building would be required to construct drilling platforms.The earthwork would result In significant hillside scarring. ' If you have questions, please call. Very truly yours, ' CWTH S J P Gl t 90,x•. � r JM: d F •. ..••'�i0� 0 AL (5 copies sent) CTUTHOMPSON, INC. 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E DATE: CURRENT ISSUE/ L 5/11/01 l ® ,'.. .o , ISSUED FOR: FINAL m-0 REV.:=DATE_DESCRIPTION:—BY: 6 5/11/01 UPDATED FINAL ZD'S CO 5 1/18/01 FINAL 2D5 ,y. 4 3/12101 UPDATE FINAL IDS AA J 1/})/01 DNAL IDS LT 2 ,0/T+/0E FINN­ zDS LT 9/22/00 r1Nx IDS LT 1/16/00 FLASH zDS LT LANS PREPARED BY --------- U.S WEST A CO16i[Tna: Exvwsow 5aFUTE --------------------- 2329 Nest Mom 9red, Suite 104 Littleton. Cabrodo 80128-8MO E PLAN I-.w 0 4r ev Tit (303) 798-9M5 Fax (303) 798-9162 EXISTING DESCRIPTION PROPOSED CONSULTANT: SITE NAME: SILVERTREE HOTEL CENTROq SITE NUMBER: ON 33%C145A ® F*ying, CONIFEROUS TREE SITE ADgRESS. 100 EIBERI LANE DECIDUOUS TREE Sunwyi+ig, In COUNTY O NLLAGE. CO. 81615 COUNTY TY Di PnKIN �--+- FENCE —� OVERHEAD UIRTTY LINE ru I�i�. •es OWNER'S NAME: OWNER'S ADDRESS: w SPOT POL SPoi E %.�.. ELEVATION Ir-DRAWN BY: CHK.:—APV.: ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NUMBER(S) (AP.N.) L DRAWN B 777 NET AREA OF UNDERLYING PARCEL(S). 2.8 ACRES MORE OR LESS--- EICENSURE: NET AREA OF PROJECT AREA 539 S0. FEEL___ GROUND ELEVATX)N: BENCHMARK: YLA 8145 OF ELEVATIONS: RRE WCTED-- �i G.FT BASIS OF BEARINGS: P. . F R RqD SHEET TITLE: NOTES: I TND / DELVA1gN TAKEN AT APRO%WTE CENTER OFTHE BUILDING. SURVEY DATA 2. ALTA/ACSY DATED 12/13/94 DWG. 1849-59A BY DREXEL BARRELL DP WAS RELIED UPON FOR RECORD INrMmATIDN SHOWN HERON. SHEET NUMBER: REVISION: Z=2 6 ALL SITE DATA LEGEND r ��TER Lc C FEgE ��`�1SL1�G 1 CO S 81 F1 Vol s •arnn a[usn¢rtw+xas< _g uxrto ro•.+w[uSnxG s•+r +. aM� vP E�S�1 � ,o• O ti PROF �JrynjO ROUT RODE UNDE I TO co..$art erso[ aro[ swR I ANTE e I 1 I I o rmnwc 1 K wan--- 1 1 ❑ l 1 ,fvf I [[wsrll.wu w.W. I I srvPl an ...... i 1 1 woo[wC_ $m n[v.eror I _ 1 R— L i LOT 5 �t "'w_ --- --- N W OVERALL SrrE PLAN "m ®sr 1 EO r.rc o +r I -'Sprint. 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POOL SHED _�_..;' SILVERTREE HOTEL DN33XC245—A PROPOSED 9' e• " - ^�° 100-A ELBERT LANE HIGH STUCCO ENCLOSURE TO SHOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 - °''�" MATCH EXISTING _ �� ,,,,._� COUNTY OF PITKIN ACCESS «y;.-. x.,E"�y`` •„R an , CURRENT ISSUE DATE: DOOR •--- SPRINT EOUIPMENT CABINETS ON CONCRETE SLAB SLOPE - �.�.-�+y-•-^ — ISSUED FOR. FINAL --\[PROPOSED 4 WD {' CONCRETE STAIRS I I AND WALKWAY AS �' :Dr ',j REV. ATE DESCRIPTION:—BY: SPRINT ACCESS .'I EASEMENT. I ;i..li ' .I •.'.'I o �.� o 6 5/11/01 UPDATED FIHAL ZD'S CD i _ y 4/10/01 nHAi zos ,.,A NOTE: WALL WILL NOT 4 3/12/01 UPDATE FINAL ZDS AA BE VISIBLE FROM CONDO'S -''-�•,•' DUE TO ELEVATION. J 1/27/0l FINAL 20S LT 16'-0• 4'-0• 29'-0' Lzi 10/z5/00 FINAL ZDS LT P/Z]/ao Fm A ZDS LT PMENT SHELTER ELEVATION(WEST) ® 2 r/te/w FLASH ZDS LT t.tN' 6 4 r PLANS PREPARED BY HEoRicK & Assocw-Es, LLC Ctva me EAn x%Av SExncF 2329 West Main Street, Suite 104 Littleton, Colorado 801 2 0-8100 Tel: (303) 798-9445 Fa.: (303) 798-9462 CONSULTANT: e, rDRAWN BY: CHK. AW.: / I L I I DRAWN BY LT LT K H I I LICENSURE: SHEET TITLE: : ;qp I ELEVATIONS I I ----1 I I SHEET NUMBER: REVISION: I I I I I I -------------T3--�---------- z_4 6 'G ® 3 r.w 6 v Lr I SHED ROOF � OS � n ` 24'-0' LEASE AREA T PROPOSED EVERGREEN 4'-0' - 16D" B'_g•' I � 6 N I ----- ------------ -- "--- Y ----- 5' UTIL. EASEMENT --Z------ i i a ROOF ELEV. 8707 I I f PROPOSED SHRUB PLANT 5 OTY I e I PROPOSED DECIDUOUS (ASPEN) TREE 4 ON PROPOSED CONIFER (EVERGREEN) TREE 5 OTY 6 ' LANDSCAPING NOTES: THE CONTRACTOR IS TO VERIFY FIELD CONDITIONS AND NOTIFY THE NCI EER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO COMMENCING WITH THE WORK. THE CONTRCCTOR 5 TO FURNSH M INSTALL STALL PUNT WTERVLS n RE NOTED. HL PUUET COLORADO SIURS MEET OR EXCEED THE CODE Of STMOTDS E ENGINEER. Y \ RECOMMENDED BY THE COLdUDO NURSERY ACT AND IS SUBJECT TO TPROVAI OF THE ENGINEER. ALL TREES AND SHRUBS ME TO BE PLANTED LATER ROUGH GR K AHD PRIOR TO PLACING OF GROUND COVER WIERAL. CONTRACTOR TO NNIRNN ALL PUNTING INSTALLED UNDER ME CONTMCT UNTIL FINAL ACCEPTANCE. I PLANTS WILL BE UARMTEEED FOR THREE GROWING SEASONS. AEI PIANDNG MICR THE MONTH OF c'SN 3� l•. AUGUST 1All BE GDITION ED THROUGH WY TE THE FOLLOWING YET. ANY REQUEST WTCRAL 7W1 5 M &L CU QUESTIONABLE M7E S ON PIN WY RECENE T EXTENDED GLNAANAN AT THE BASED OF THE ONE-TIME _ AEL CEMENTCES ON PWlIS ME IpOi INCLUDING WTERAL AND TABOR BASED UPON AONE-TIME REPLMEMEM. y. D C01lTPACTOR TO RCPNR OR REPLACE PLAY 500, YULCN OR SITE IMPROVEMENTS DISTURBED OR OAMAGED _1 BI' THE CONTRACTOR AT NO MDTK COST TO ME OWNER. 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SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 COUNTY OF PITNIN CURRENT ISSUE DATE. 5/11/01 DECIDJOUS AND CONIFER ISSUED FOR: TREE RANTING AND GUYING DETAIL FINAL REV.:=DATE—DESCRIPTION:—BY: 5 5/11/01 UPDUED FN ZO'S DD 5 4/18/01 FINAL ZDS M N 4 3/12/01 UPDATE FINN- ZDS AA SHRUB PLANTING DETAIL 3 1/17/01 nNAL ZOs LT x 10/?$/W FINAL ZDS L7 1 9/11/00 FINAL ZOS LT QO 2/18/W FLASH ZDS LT .1 1 a °r PLANS PREPARED BY: � HEDRiCK & ASSOC/A mm (LC cUYR40 PATTERN N T (c suxl EAC6 xexG 5evNr[ FOR CPLANTIG TREE U PLANTING 2329 West Main Street, Suite 104 Littleton, Colorado 80120-8200 Tel: (303) 798-9445 FOR: (303) 798-9462 v w x ur CONSULTANT: g n CDRAWN BY CHIC:—APV.: DRAWN BY: LT LT K H LICENSURE: i /V SHEET TITLE: LANDSCAPE PLAN 77 A5' F-.i SHEET NUMBER: REVISION: w-.r4r s • r I — ROOF SHED �f q 0 24'-0' LEASE AREA— — c PROPOSED EVERGREEN 4 0 _ __ _ _ Y � i--------------------ff-----5'_UTIL. 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ANY PLANT MATERIAL THAT IS IN - QUESTIONABLE CONDITION MAY RECEIVE AN EXTENDED GUARANTEE AT THE REQUEST OF THE ENGINEER. ALL GUARANTEES ON PLANTS ARE 100% INCLUDING MATERIAL AND LABOR BASED UPON A ONE-TIME REPLACEMENT. CONTRACTOR TO REPAIR OR REPLACE ANY SOD. MULCH OR 59E IMPROVEMENTS DISTURBED OR DAMAGED 1 BY THE CONTRACTOR AT NO AECKTIONAL COST TO THE OWNER. TREES TO BE MAINTAINED FOR THE FULL EXTENT OF LEASE CONTRACT AND THE EXISTENCE OF CMRS FACILITY. LANDSCAPE PLAN sprint. Sprint PCS° 4683 CHABOT DRIVE, SUITE 1D0 ERHANG PLEASANTON, CA 94588 PROJECT INFORMATION. - SILVERTREE HOTEL DN33XC245-A _ 100-A ELBERT LANE p m R.n' ,n,;;°° SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO 81615 ' COUNIY OF PITKIN C— ® CURRENT ISSUE DATE: rrm�ove.v°"r.v.i o� IL 5/11/01 DECIDUOUS AND CONIFER [ISSUED FOR TREE PUNTING AND GUYING DETAIL mr v... r;;J"v.1: I •m... 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Project Properties Snowmass Center Redevelopment Faraway North SPA Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado SKETCH PLAN SUBMISSION AMENDMENT TO A SPA AMENDMENT TO A PREVIOUS SUBMISSION Submitted to: Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Applicant: Snowmass Center Limited Partnership C/o Nick Coates Coates,Reid & Waldron 720 East Hyman Aspen, CO 81611 Tel. 925-1400 Co-Applicant Snowmass Land and Cattle Company C/o Dale Eubank 1676 County Road 100 Carbondale, CO 81623 Tel. 963-3201 March 27, tool RECEIVED MAR 3 0 2001 snownwse Vlllage Community Development SNOWMASS CENTER REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT TEAM Applicant: Attorney: Snowmass Center Limited Partnership Michael Hoffman C/o Nick Coates Freilich, Myler, Leitner&Carlisle Coates Reid and Waldron 106 South Mill Street 720 E. Hyman Aspen, CO 81611 Aspen,CO 81611 920-1018 925-1400 Geotechnical Engineer: Co-Applicant: Hepworth-Pawlak Geotechnical Inc. Snowmass Land and Cattle Company 5020 County Road 154 C/o Dale Eubank Glenwood Springs,CO 81601 1676 County Road 100 945-7988 Carbondale,CO 81623 963-3201 Civil Engineer: Landscape Architects/Land Planners: Timberline Engineering 1101 Village Road Design Workshop,Inc. Carbondale,CO 81623 120 E.Main Street 963-9869 Aspen, CO 81611 925-8354 Architect: Bill Poss and Associates 605 E.Main Aspen,CO 81611 925-4755 D,-sign\\hrkcLnp. Lu. l.andsrap-Arrhm-t-mrr, Land Planniu;: Lrhnu Drsifu 1.116,111 Plauuing March 27, 2001 Mr. Chris Conrad and Mr. James Wahlstrom Town of Snowmass Village Community Development Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Chris and Jim: Re: Proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Application Thank you for all your help to date on the Snowmass Center Redevelopment Project. As we discussed at our pre-application conference on February 27, we are submitting a modified sketch plan application for the Snowmass Center Redevelopment project,based on the issues that were identified by the Town Council,the Planning Commission and the Community Development Department. We are excited about the evolution of this project. We anticipate that the redeveloped Snowmass Center will be a key component of the expanded Snowmass Village town core. The Applicant and Design Workshop heard the comments from the Planning and Zoning Commission on our initial application, both at their regular meeting August 16, 2000 and at a joint meeting with Town Council July 26, 2000. We have summarized their primary goals related to the project as follows: (They are more fully described in the attached Application.) 1. Redevelopment of the existing Snowmass Center is considered a significant component in any future planning. This would include providing a mountain architecture feel to the building and the creation of a vibrant place. 2. Parking, service and circulation at the Center need to be resolved. 3. The Snowmass Center parcel needs to be planned along with adjacent parcels, including the draws behind the Snowmass Center, as per the Comprehensive Plan recommendations. 4. Planning for the Snowmass Center should consider future plans for Base Village and possible connections to Base Village, the Mall, and skiing. DESIGNWORKSHOP In addition the question of employee housing mitigation needed to be researched and resolved. We have already submitted a letter from the project attorney, Mike Hoffman, and we have included our employee generation calculations for a redevelopment project. In response to the above comments, we revisited our proposed plan. We have now included the undeveloped lands of the Faraway North PUD in this plan, as per the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan designation of the Faraway North Comprehensively Planned Area. Our revised application includes the Snowmass Center Parcel, and Parcels A, B and F, designated for mixed-use development. It also includes Parcels H and H-1,proposed for residential development. Parcels I and G are included as undeveloped parcels and to accommodate drainage requirements. On behalf of the Snowmass Center Limited Partnership and also the Snowmass Land and Cattle Company,we are submitting a modified application based on the following proposed development program: 1. Redevelopment of the existing 53,000 sf Snowmass Center The character of the building will be transformed with emphasis on mountain architecture, mixed use, and creating vibrancy. The program is based on increasing local service opportunities by expanding the grocery store and the post office. The area of retail will be increased from 32,000 sf to 42,600 sf. The area of office will change from 20,800 sf to 18,100 sf. Approximately 3,200 sf of additional floor area will be provided for a future people mover location. Residential units will be added as described below. 2. Multi-family Residential Development A mix of residential units will be developed above and behind the Snowmass Center. They include one, two and three bedroom flats and apartments. 20 units will be part of the Snowmass Center building. 31 units will be located in the base of the draw behind the Snowmass Center building 3. Improved circulation, service and parking will be provided on the Snowmass Center and adjacent Parcels Roadways and parking areas have been reconfigured. There is a location for a potential gondola type connection to move people between the Snowmass Center and the future Base Village. u,HJI1 1I1, 4. Single Family Residential Development 8 Single Family Residential Lots will be located on Parcels H and H-1 In our submission, we have included proof of ownership of the parcels by the Snowmass Center Limited Partnership and the Snowmass Land and Cattle Company, as well as their letters of permission for Design Workshop to be their representative. We understand that this proposal will include zoning designations. Please note that we have provided a concept program and summary tabulation for ground coverage, floor area ratio and other dimensional requirements. We have attached 15 copies of the report and of full-scale plans. The report contains reduced plans,memos and charts, describing our proposal. We have addressed the issues identified by the Planning and Zoning Commission, as well as other pertinent requirements to supplement our amendment to a Sketch Plan Application. Please contact us at your earliest convenience with any questions or requests for supplemental information. Thanks again for all your help. Yours truly, 9&.f— Richard Shaw Principal-in-Charge, Design Workshop Attachments row„. of SNOWMASS VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION Colorado- Applicant Name: Contact: Address&Zip Code: Phone: Fax&e-mail: Snowmass Center 720 E. Hyman Ave. 925-1400 NigKc Coates Project Manager(if different. Contact: Address&Zip de:Co Phone: Fax&e-mail: Snowmass Land an Dale Eubank 1676 County Road 100 963-3201 Carbondale, CO 81623 a Zip Co Current Owner(if different): Contact: Address de: ' Phone: Fax&e-mail: Above Architect(if applicable&not Contact: Address&Zip Code: Phone: Fax&1�e33-mail: listed above): 120 E. Main St. 925-8354 cr�c hman @desi Design Workshop Suzanne Richman IF THE APPLICATION INCLUD N RSOV AL: wor s o .com Section: E 114 — or SW 1/4 Township: 10 S Range: 84 W Assessor's Parcel Number: I Adach ivL Dasod ofP or Lease Area Site Acreage: List each PUD or Plat separately) ee ice ion Site Address or Address Range: /f if exists Existing Property Use: I Existing number of residential units: unrestricted and restricted Happlicable) Proposed Property Use: if different Existin Zone: If more than one submit documentation for each and list zone areas Pro osed Zone: If different. If more than one submit documentation for each and list zone areas Proposed Gross Bldg.S .Ft. I Pro osed#of Lots: Pro osed#of unrestricted units: Proposed#of restricted units: APPLICATION LAND USE REQUESTS&FEES TYPE OF LAND USE REQUEST Check all that apply) CASE NAME FEE Annexation ❑ Amendment to Text of Development Code ❑ Amendment to Official Zone District Map ❑ Special Review Variance ❑ Administrative Modification ❑ Temporary Use Permit ❑ Administrative Temporary Use; or ❑Annual ❑ Pre-Sketch Plan ❑ SPA or. ❑ PUD; ❑ Minor or: ❑ Major $kjtch Plan ua SPA or PUD: ❑ Minor or: Major ❑ Preliminary Plan ❑ SPA or. ❑ PUD; ❑ Minor or: ❑ Major ❑ Final Plan ❑ SPA or. ❑ PUD: ❑ Minor or: j] Major Amendment ❑ Yes or: ❑ No ❑ Subdivision Final Plat; Amendment?❑ Yes ❑ No If an amendment Is h? ❑Administrative ❑ Minor,or O major Vacation of Recorded Plat ❑ Subdivision Exemption ❑ Other Development,Design,or Subdivision Review Not Covered Above Application must have proper signatures prior to(ling. Applicant acknowledges that the fees listed on application form are base fees and additional fees will be required per the Town's Fee schedule. Signature-Applicant: Signature—Current Owner: Project Name. Snowmass Center Redevelopment JOB RESULTS: ❑Approved []Approved with Conditions ❑Denied [-)Withdrawn Conditions: (if any) Planning Division Signature: (f administrative) Signature Date: Applicant Notifi cation Date: Planning Commission Meeting Dates: Town Council Meeting Dates: Signed Mylars Submitted Date: PC Resolution No. TC Resolution No. TC Ordinance No. Pile Retire Date: NOTES: Last revision 1112101 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Snowmass Village Development Application Fee Policy The Town of Snowmass Village has established a fee structure for the processing of land use applications as described on the reverse side hereof. A flat fee is collected for land use applications based on the type of application submitted. Referral fees for other City departments reviewing the application will also be collected. Applications will not be accepted for processing without the payment of required fee. A flat fee is collected by Community Development for all land use applications. The fees vary dependent upon the land use application type and the complexity of the case. The base fee is not refundable. More extensive staff review may be required, beyond the hourly rate and time allotted by the base fee, as the review time is likely to vary substantially from one application to another. Actual staff and consultant review time of the application will be charged when the hourly rate and review time exceeds the base fee. A summary report of the charge for review time actually incurred will be provided to the applicant upon request. After the base fee has been exceeded, the applicant will be billed monthly in arrears for actual review time incurred. Current billings must be paid within 30 days or processing of the application will be suspended. An applicant may accrue and be billed additional administrative or review time following the final land use approval up to issuance of a Certificate of Completion or a Certificate of Occupancy. If an applicant has previously failed to pay application fees as required, no new or additional applications will be accepted for processing until the outstanding fees are paid. In no case will Building Permits be issued until all costs associated with case processing have been paid. ACCEPTED AND AGREED TO: i Applicant billing address: 720 E. H=an Aspen, CO 81611 P.\useryw\Repons\FeeAg=men1.doc Contents A. Introduction 1. Legal Description 2. Existing and Historic Conditions 3. Process: Zoning, Subdivision and PUD 4. Proposed Plan Summary B. Sketch Plan Summary 1. Background 2. Type and Size 3. Zone Districts 4. Floor Area/Ground Coverage 5. Population 6. Market 7. Open Space 8. Height 9. Employees 10. Water Supply and Sewage Disposal 11. Access and Easements 12. Parking, Circulation, and Transit 13. Timetable C. Development Plan 1. Community Benefit 2. Employee Housing 3. TOSV Land Use Code Section 16A-5-300(b)(2) Tables Table 1: Program Analysis: Existing Snowmass Center Table 2: Program Analysis: Proposed Snowmass Center Table 3: Residential Program Table 4 Lot Size and House Size Table 5: Employee Generation Summary Chart Table 6: Parking Generation Illustrations 1. Context Map 2. Project Properties 3. Existing Conditions 4. Concept Plan 5. Proposed Site Plan 6. Project Sketches 7. Architectural Plans • Level I • Level • Level • Level • Roof Plan 8. Architectural Elevations(Form and Massing) Appendices A. Resolutions of Approval 1. Ordinance 4, Series of 1979 2. Ordinance 22, Series of 1984 B. Faraway North SPA, Phase Two Approved Plat, March 1985 C. Proof of Legal Access D. Proof of Ownership E. Letters of Authorization F. Resolution 34, Series of 1988 (Employee Housing) G. Letter of Support A. INTRODUCTION 1. Legal Description The Snowmass Center is located off Brush Creek Road in the Town of Snowmass Village. The Center is part of the Faraway Ranch North SPA, as shown on Illustration 1: Context Map. The Faraway Ranch North SPA is comprised of Parcels A through M, including the Snowmass Center Parcel. Parcels A through I are located on the north side of Brush Creek Road. All parcels on the north side of the road, except Parcels D and E are included in this application, see Illustration 2: Project Properties. Parcels K through M are located on the south side and are not included in the application. There are two owners of the properties included in the application. They are joint applicants in this project: Snowmass Center Limited Partnership and the Snowmass Land and Cattle Company, see Appendix D. One parcel related to this application,but not proposed for development under the application, is Parcel C. Parcel C is included, as it comprises the required employee housing commitment for this project as per Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988. The parcel was dedicated to the Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV). 2. Existing and Historic Conditions In 1979 the Faraway North PUD was approved. The PUD included plans for the construction of the Snowmass Center, comprising Buildings A and B. An amendment to the approval was gained in 1984 to permit an additional building, Building D. Building B was constructed first, followed by Building D. Building A (comprising 25,030 sf office and commercial space)was not built. These finished buildings include approximately 32,114 sf of commercial area on the ground level and 16,170 sf of office space on the second level. Building B has an additional 4,800 sf of office space on the third level. The buildings are occupied by the Village Market, the Post Office and several cafes and stores selling various goods including sports equipment. On the upper levels there are real estate and professional offices as well as the offices of the Town of Snowmass Village. Today the Snowmass Center is an essential neighborhood center and a component of Snowmass's local service. Both the grocery store and the post office have expressed their desire for more space to meet the needs of the community. There is also a desire to create a more vibrant community center with a diversity of commercial and office uses, as well as an increased bed base. The Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan, identified the Snowmass Center Parcel, the area directly behind it, and Parcels H and H-1(north of the Woodbridge condominiums)as a Comprehensively Planned Area. The intent is that the entire area should be planned at Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 1 the same time. This was reiterated by the Planning and Zoning Commission and Staff at meetings in the latter half of 2000. The comprehensive plan build out chart allows for a total of 75 units on the Faraway Ranch North SPA 3. Process:Zoning, Subdivision and PUD Currently Parcels F, H and H-1 are unimproved. They include the low impact trails of the temporary PAR course. While the Town approved the subdivision of the original property into the Parcels found in the Gross Parcel Plat, no specific use rights were ever Approved for Parcels F,H and H-1. Parcels F,H and H-1 are identified as SPA-1 as per the 1982 Final Land Use Plan and recorded Plat. It is noted on the plat that these areas are considered a development reserve, see Appendix B. As per Community Development staff, formal adoption of the zoning for these parcels is required. Preliminary zone districts and dimensional limitations are identified herein. In addition, the existing delineation of parcel boundaries will be adjusted to relate to the proposed new development, in preparation for the different uses and ownerships that will be part of the redevelopment project. Following sketch plan approval, the applicant anticipates a formal lot line adjustment and subdivision process concurrent with the Preliminary and Final Plan P.U.D. Approval Process. 4. Proposed Plan Summary This modified plan has been developed based on the input from Town Council,Planning and Zoning Commission and staff. We anticipate that the redeveloped Snowmass Center will be a major component of the expanded Snowmass Village town core. The overall goal is to redevelop the Snowmass Center in order to better serve the needs of the community and create a more vibrant mixed use development. • This will be accomplished first by increasing the size of the grocery store and post office, and providing more retail space to better serve the community. The amount of office space will be reduced by about 2,700 sf. • Residential units will be added to the Center and will also be located in the base of the draw behind the Center. • There will be significant redevelopment of the character of the existing Center. The intent is to create an image consistent with the mountain architecture of the Town. • Circulation and parking will be greatly improved. • A location of about 3,400 sf is identified for a people mover link to the new Base Village. In the draw to the east of the Center, eight single family lots will be created. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 2 B. SKETCH PLAN SUMMARY 1. Background The Snowmass Center Limited Partnership submitted the Snowmass Center Sketch Plan Application dated May 7, 2000. Review of the application included comments from the Planning and Zoning Commission both at their regular meeting August 16, 2000 and at a joint meeting with Town Council July 26, 2000. The key discussion concerns related to the project were as follows: (We have also included a few additional items that were discussed at the pre-application conference.) a. Redevelopment of the existing Snowmass Center is considered a key component in any future planning. • The applicant should create a lively and vital community center. • The character of the Center should be compatible with the high quality mountain architecture that is anticipated in Snowmass Village. • Interior spaces should function well. • Pedestrian improvements are recommended. • Redevelopment needs to be accomplished and the proposal should address how that will be accomplished including modifications to the regulations that go with the site. b. The Snowmass Center parcel needs to be planned along with adjacent parcels, as per the Master Plan recommendations for the C.P.A. • Potential development in the draws above the Center should be defined. • Traffic impacts need to be understood for the total future build out of the area. C. Parking and circulation at the Center need to be enhanced. • There needs to be sufficient parking for the existing and proposed development. • Consideration must be given to the cumulative transportation impacts of any possible future development in the draws behind the Snowmass Center. • Pedestrian and other connections to the Mall and Base Village should be considered. • Shuttle bus circulation should be resolved. • Service and truck loading and unloading should be resolved. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 3 d. There should be a connectivity with Base Village. • Consider creating a people mover to link the Snowmass Center to the future Base Village. e. The question of employee housing mitigation needs to be researched and resolved. • The Applicant should clarify how employee housing mitigation requirements have been met. In response to these comments, the applicant revisited the proposed plan. As a result there is now included all undeveloped parcels of the Faraway North PUD in this plan, as per the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan designation of the Faraway North Comprehensively Planned Area. Our revised application includes the Snowmass Center Parcel, and Parcels A, B and F,designated for mixed use development. It also includes Parcels H, and H-1,proposed for residential development. Parcels I and G will remain unimproved. 2. Type and Size The existing Snowmass Center comprises the following uses and areas: Table 1: Program Analysis: Existing Snowmass Center FIRST SECOND THIRD TOTALS/TYPE COMMERCIAL 32,114 32,114 OFFICE 16,170 4,800 20,970 TOTALS/FLOOR 32,114 16,170 4,800 53,084 Existing parking: 191 spaces Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 4 This Redevelopment plan comprises a. Redevelopment and expansion of the existing 53,084 sf Snowmass Center The build out chart in the Comprehensive Plan identifies the commercial and office area of the Snowmass Center remaining the same. However, based on the goals of the Comprehensive Plan, the applicant proposes increasing the commercial area by approximately 10,000 sf. The office area will be reduced by about 2,000 sf. Proposed Uses and Areas: Level 1 42,680 sf redeveloped and new commercial Level 2 18,119 sf redeveloped and new office Levels 1 and 2 3,165 sf gondola area Levels 2,3 and 4 53,374 sf residential area(see Area Analysis below) 117,338 sf Total Area Please note that in the event that the people mover is not developed, the space will become commercial and office area. Table 2: Program Analysis: Proposed Redeveloped Snowmass Center FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH TOTALS/TYPE COMMERCIAL 42,680 42,680 RESIDENTIAL 5,244 26,900 21,230 53,374 OFFICE 18,119 18,119 TOTALS/FLOOR 42,410 23,363 26,900 21,230 113,903 GONDOLA 720 2,445 3,165 TOTALS/FLOOR 43,400 25,808 6,900 21,230 117,338 Please note that in the event that the gondola is not developed, the gondola space will become commercial and office area b. New Residential Development on Parcels B and F The multifamily residential program has been based on the Comprehensive Plan build out chart that identifies a maximum of 45 units for the Snowmass Center and the draw behind. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 5 Table 3: Residential Program TYPE UNIT NO.BEDS SIZE AREA NO.I TOTAL AREA TOTAL BEDI UNIT EQUIV. TOTAL EQUIVS SNOWMASS CENTER A FLAT 1 28 x 31 865 0 0 0 0.5 C TOWNHOUSE 2 28 x 31 1740 4 6,960 8 1.0 4.0 D FLAT 2 52 x 25 1350 10 13,500 20 0.7 7.0 E FLAT 3 64 x 25 1660 6 9,960 18 0.9 5.4 F TOWNHOUSE 3 2170 0 0 0 1.4 0.0 TOTALS 20 30,420 46 16.4 REAR DEVELOPMENT TYPE UNIT NO.BEDS SIZE AREA NO. TOTAL AREA TOTAL BED UNIT EQUN. TOTAL EQUIVS A FLAT 1 28 x 31 865 8 6,920 8 0.5 4.0 C TOWNHOUSE 2 128 x 31 1740 191 33,060 38 1.0 19.0 D FLAT 2 52 x 25 1350 0 0 0 0.7 0.0 E FLAT 3 64 x 25 1660 0 0 0 0.9 0.0 F TOWNHOUSE 3 2170 4 8,680 12 1.4 5.6 TOTALS 31 48,660 58 28.6 GRAND TOTALS 51 79,0801 1041 1 45.0 C. Improved circulation and parking on the Snowmass Center and Adjacent Parcels • New parking lots above and below the Snowmass Center • Reconfiguration of the northern half of the existing parking lot • Total 202 office and retail parking spaces • Designation of the lot furthest from the Center as a long term parking lot for property management and other service vehicles. • Total 104 residential Parking Spaces, located in below grade parking lot and at lowest level of townhouses • Reconfigured service access with a loading dock for four trucks. • Reconfigured entry road to units behind the Snowmass Center. This road will be landscaped to create an attractive entry to the residential project. • The road directly in front of the Snowmass Center has been widened and parking has been relocated so that the area directly in front of the building is open. This will facilitate shuttle bus movement and circulation in front of the building. • Identification of a connection to Base Village with a people mover located at the end of Building D. • New access road to Parcels H and H-1. This also serves for service circulation. • Access roads graded to maximum 8%slope. d. Residential Lots on Parcels H and H-1 8 Single Family Lots of 35,000 sf to 64,000 sf in size. The Houses will be sized as per the Land Use Code, Table 3-2, Schedule of Dimensional Limitations,Note 7. House size is also limited by the unit equivalencies in Table 5-4. The Comprehensive Plan Build Out Chart identifies a maximum of 30 units for this property. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 6 Table 4: Lot And House Size LOT 0 LOT SIZE HOUSE SIZE UNITS LOT 1 35,800SF 4,500SF 3 LOT 51,700SF 5,100sF 6 LOT 3 35,100 SF 4,5008F 3 LOT 36,150SF 4,500SF 3 LOT 5 61,500SF 5.100sF 6 LOT 6 35,800SF 4,500SF 3 LOT 7 37,000SF 4,500SF 3 LOT 8 45,177sF 4,500SF 3 TOTAL UNITS 30 3. Zone Districts Community Development staff asked the Applicant to identify appropriate zone districts for the proposed project. The following are the proposed zone districts: Snowmass Center Parcel, with Parcel A, Mixed Use 2 Parcel B, and portion of Parcel F Reconfigured Parcel F SPA-1 (unchanged) Parcels H and H-1: Single Family- 30 Note: The boundaries for Parcel B have been modified to accommodate the residential development. The intent of the Mixed Use 2 zone district is described in the Land Use Code as follows: The intent of the Mixed Use 2 zone district is to provide visitor services and accommodations, recreation, office, community and visitor serving commercial and permanent resident housing, as appropriate to the site and compatible with the character of the surrounding area. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 7 4. Floor Area/Ground Coverage Snowmass Center Parcel The ground coverage of the redeveloped Snowmass Center commercial development (with the additional building and gondola space)will total approximately 43,990 sf. (The ground coverage of the existing Snowmass Center is approximately 33,092 sf). This proposal is for a total of 117,350 sf building floor area for the Snowmass Center (including area for the gondola) and 48,700 sf for the residential development in the draw behind. The proposed new lot size is approximately 435,600 sf. The calculation is as follows: 166,050 sf/435,600 sf= .381 The zone identified for the Snowmass Center is Mixed Use 2. It has an FAR of 1:1. The garages below the multi-family residences area are excluded from this calculation, as they will be below grade on three(3) sides These garages create a base on which the units will sit generating a 900 square foot footprint per unit. The additional F.A.R. would be 11,200 square feet should the garages be included within the area calculations for the multi-family units. Single Family Residential The proposed new single family residence house size will not exceed 5,500 sf as per the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use Code. Houses will be sized as per the Land Use Code, Table 3-2, Schedule of Dimensional Limitations, Note 7. House size is also limited by the unit equivalencies in Table 5-4. Please see Table 4: Lot and House Size. Six houses would be 4,500 sf each and two are proposed at 5,100 sf each. 5. Population Snowmass Center and Townhouse Parcels The anticipated population to be generated by the Snowmass Center redevelopment of office and commercial space is 0 permanent residents. The intent is to provide employment and community services for people presently residing in the Town of Snowmass Village, thus minimizing transit needs. These services would also be available for residents of the proposed residential units at the Center and for occupants of the future Base Village. The anticipated population to be generated by the new multi-family residential development comprising 51 new units, is 127.5 full time residents (2.5 per unit) or 178.5 peak occupancy residents (3.5 per unit), as per Table 6.11 Project Assumptions, Chapter Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 8 6, page 21 of the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan. Employees would be generated as per Table 5 in this application. Single Family Residential The anticipated population to be generated by the new single family residential development comprising 8 lots, is 20 full time residents (2.5 per unit)or 26 peak occupancy residents (4.5 per unit), as per Table 6.11 Project Assumptions, Chapter 6, page 2, of the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan. Employees would be generated as per Table 5 in this application. 6. Market The new commercial area will comprise the potential expansion of the existing grocery store and a relocated, larger post office. The market for the commercial and office area will be existing and new residents of Snowmass Village. Visitors may also patronize the retail establishments. A range of size and types of multi-family units will be provided,with a related range of prices. Generally, the intent is to increase the bed base in Snowmass Village by providing high occupancy transitional (HOT)units, for example, rental or fractional ownership units. The single family lots would appeal to middle to upper income families. 7. Open Space The reconfigured Snowmass Center Parcel and Parcel B total 10 acres in size. The open space is 3.9 acres or 39%of the project. There are no requirements for open space for single family residential development. B. Height A request of this application is a variation to the existing maximum height of 38 feet in the Mixed Use 2 Zone. This variation is required to accomplish redevelopment. The proposed redevelopment offers the opportunity to create life and vitality at the Center. The introduction of residential units onto and behind the Center provides the opportunity to introduce a scale and character of architecture that creates identity and interest. With relaxed height requirements, individual elements of buildings can break otherwise long runs of eaves and fascias to create visual interest in the project. These elements would also provide a transition from lower level retail space to the residential units above in the draw. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 9 The redeveloped Center is proposed to be a maximum of 50 feet in height to the top of the roof as measured from historic grades or perimeter of the building per the Land Use Code. The multi-family structures behind the Center will have a maximum of 40 feet height to the top of the roof. Some elements such as elevator overrides may exceed these limits as provided for by the Land Use Code. The height of the proposed single family residences will be a maximum of 28 feet, consistent with the TOSV Land Use Code, for SF-15 and SF-30. In addition to the design guidelines in the Land Use Code,more detailed guidelines will be developed to minimize visual impact and enhance the appearance of the single family residences. 9. Employees The number of employees generated by this proposal is calculated as shown in the following Employee Generation Summary Chart. The conclusion is that based on the calculations in Section 4-400 for a redevelopment project, an excess of employee housing mitigation is proposed. All the proposed residential,commercial and office development employee housing requirements would be mitigated based on this calculation. In addition, as per Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988, Appendix F, all employee housing requirements for the proposed development at the Snowmass Center included in the 1984 Land Use Plan are considered to be satisfied as a result of the exchange of Parcel C I Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 10 Table 5: Snowmass Center Expansion Employee Generation Calculations Ordinance No.7, Series of 2000 Section 4-400 A. Redevelopment and Proposed Development Housing Square Footage Total Area Per 1000 Job.Gen.Rate SF Multipl.Factor Total SF Employee Housing Requ'd Redeveloped 42,410 0.001 4.83 448 0.65 59,649 Commercial Redeveloped 18,119 0.001 3.68 448 0.65 19,419 Office #of units Proposed 30,420 20 0.61 448 0.65 3,553 Multi-Family On Snowmass Center Proposed 48,660 30 0.61 448 0.65 5,329 Multi-Family Behind Center Proposed 8 1.58 448 0.65 3,681 Single Family 91,628 B. Existing Pre-Development Restricted Housing Square Footage Total Area Per 1000 Job.Gen. Rate SF Multipl. Factor Total SF Existing 32,114 0.001 4.83 448 1.15 79,913 Commercial Existing 20,970 0.001 3.68 448 1.15 39,758 Office 119,671 C. Post redevelopment square footage minus existing pre-development square footage A B C 91,628 119,671 (28,042) Credit to remain after development NOTE: People mover space not included Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 11 Design Workshop.Inc. RECEIVED Landscape Architecture Land Planning Urhan Design APR 1 0 2001 76uriem Planning Snowmass VillegG BUCJIng & Plannln, April 9,2001 130 h.ust %laiu Sur•el Aepen. Colorndu 81011 Mr. Chris Conrad and Mr. James Wahlstrom 'leh•phon. Town of Snowmass Village 9'0'r'5-1135+ Community Development Department I'nreiinih• P.O. Box 5010 010 02)0-138' Snowmass Village, CO 81615 .\ILugm•rgn• D Dear Chris and Jim: .I,,,k."�� I I,tl,• Re: Addendum to Proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment t.nkr Inh Sketch Plan Application I'luu•uis We are submitting this letter and the attached Conceptual Utilities Plan as an SA.. I',, I„ Addendum to our Application dated March 27, 2001. You requested that we address the conceptual plan for utilities, fire protection and drainage for the proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment project. Water Supply and Sewage Disposal The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District will provide the water supply and sewage disposal services. The utilities are already provided to the existing Snowmass Center. They will be extended to Parcel F from the connections shown on the attached plan. Parcel H and H-1 will be served by an extension through the easement adjacent to the Woodbridge Condominiums, see Plan. Design Workshop met with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District in the early stages of the project. At that time they reviewed a similar proposal, but with fewer residential units on Parcel F. They said that there would be sufficient capacity for that proposed development. We will meet with them to make sure that is still accurate. DESIGNWORKSHOP Design Vorkshup. Inc Site Drainage Two preliminary locations have been identified on the attached plan for drainage retention facilities. One location is on Parcel I serving the Snowmass Center and the draw behind. There is an existing pond just below Parcel I and this facility will also be utilized. The other location is on Lots 7 and 8 on Parcel H-1, serving the single family lot development. All site runoff will be stored and treated as necessary. Fire Protection The project will conform to Section 16-A-240: Fire Protection. The Snowmass Center building and the multi-family development will have sprinkler systems. We have included 22 copies of this letter and attachment. We hope that this provides the information you requested. Please contact us with any questions or requests for supplemental information. Thanks again for all your help. Yours truly, 5h ?oo; Suzanne Richman Project Manager, Design Workshop Attachments. I l DESKiHWORKSHOP ,au.rnr •>retw nal mcX h W IZl — •�TM\.Ya �.W V Saw.IrtiF 7 W a O J �J W � Q W a Possible area U rn O ° . for drainage W U $ ;PARCEL H o AftCEL t retention LL Z ui LL/ o W I Z > 1 0 z N u ONNECTIN COS /� Q _-- PARCELA , iT0 WATER AND SEWER _ e / O Z ced CONNECTION-`WATER Oho D O .�.E... — .....a �«. w •` A 770 rml X1\MI�AMM1 W!1011 / •` E T�1 �1�10WU � 1 6�w.lw.Zak m neii Par CONNECTION' 7`°°�7101 �an mwnu O O 70- PARCELI ° :Possible area., for additional drainage retention FO M __ EKistin g Q 0u �+ �. .im• _� NECTION drainage retention Eo co6HCEICNs 971 ° M cl unums PLAN L-0.1 10. Water Supply and Sewage Disposal The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District will provide the water supply and sewage disposal services. The utilities are already provided to the existing Snowmass Center. They will be extended to Parcel F. Parcels H and H-1 will be served by an extension through the easement adjacent to the Woodbridge Condominiums. 11. Access and Easements Legal access is currently available to the properties through the Snowmass Center parcel, see Appendix C. 12. Parking, Circulation,and Transit There are 191 parking spaces for the existing Snowmass Center. Under the Land Use Code, Section 4-300,parking is calculated at 1 space per 300 SF for office or commercial development. The total parking required is 202 spaces. Parking for the multi-family residential development is calculated at 1 space per bedroom. The total parking required is 104 spaces. The project provides 306 spaces. The parking generated per the Land Use Code may overstate the need for the actual land uses. A detailed analysis of parking demand may be undertaken to tailor the need specific to the project. Due to the proximity of services, transit opportunities and the overlap of residential with the commercial and office uses, it may be possible to reduce the total amount of parking required for the project. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 12 Table 6: Parking Calculations Ordinance No. 7, Series of 2000, Section 4-300 A. Predevelopment Commercial and Office Development Total Area Parking at 1 Space Per 300 sf Existing Commercial 32,114 107 Existing Office 20,970 70 B. Proposed Commercial and Office Redevelopment and Development Total Area Parking at 1 Space Per 300 sf Redeveloped Commercial 42,680 142 Redeveloped Office 18,119 60 TOTALS 60,799 202 C. Multi-Family Housing Total Area No. Bedrooms No. Parking Spaces SF at 1 per Bedroom Proposed Multifamily 30,420 46 46 On top of Snowmass Center Proposed Multifamily 48,660 58 58 Behind Snowmass Center TOTALS 79,080 104 104 TOTAL PARKING=202+ 104 a 306 Notes: The people mover space is not included Only habitable residential area Is included The locations of the parking spaces are illustrated on the"Proposed Site Plan"contained in this application. The "Proposed Site Plan" also identifies existing and planned transit and pedestrian improvements, which will serve the improvements proposed as part of this application. There is currently frequent shuttle bus service to and from the center. This will be continued. The parking plan is based on providing longer term parking located further from the building and short term parking close to the buildings. Please also see the earlier section on transit improvements. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 13 I� 13. Timetable Only one PUD filing is anticipated with this application. The improvements will begin once approvals are finalized, anticipated start fall 2002. Construction activities will be phased. It will be necessary to generate capital for the redevelopment of the Center, therefore the single family lots will be developed and marketed first. The redevelopment of the Center will follow. It will be planned so that commercial operations and offices can remain active during the construction process. Most likely the new building will be added first so that businesses can relocate to that area if necessary while changes are made to the existing building. C. DEVELOPMENT PLAN 1. Community Benefit The proposed redevelopment of the Snowmass Center will provide reinforcement of community focus in the area due to the proposed mix of uses and the expanded commercial area. The enhancement of the outdoor space with arcades, seating, planting and street furniture will encourage opportunities for mingling and enjoying the outdoor environment. The Center will continue to serve as the community service center for the Town of Snowmass Village. It will have enhanced levels of service due to the expanded grocery store and post office. The project will complement and serve the proposed resort style development at Base Village. The expanded post office will satisfy the needs of post office personnel for providing adequate service to the population of Snowmass Village. The post office has actively been seeking expanded office space. The residents will greatly benefit from the improved service and processing capability. The post office now has insufficient space for post office boxes. The expansion will create space for every resident to have a post office box. The expanded grocery store will provide a greater diversity of products in a more comfortable setting. This will encourage residents and visitors to buy their supplies locally,thus reducing the need for commuting to grocery stores in other locations. A wider variety of products will be stocked. The additional office space that will be created when the Town vacates its space,will provide a location for more local professionals and businesses to operate close to home, again reducing the commuting population and providing for a stronger sense of community. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 14 )1 The townhouse residential development will provide the increased bed base that is required for the Town to remain economically viable. Sales of the units will be organized to prevent vacant second or third homes. Instead, rental opportunities and fractional ownerships will be offered. This will ensure that the units are occupied year round, greatly enhancing the sense of vitality and the economic viability of the project. The mix of one, two and three resident bedroom unit types will allow for a range of unit prices. This provides an opportunity for people to live and work in the same place. In all,the redevelopment of the Snowmass Center including an improved appearance, reorganized and more efficient parking and the vibrant atmosphere of a mixed use community, will provide many community benefits. 2. Employee Housing See above, Section B9 - Employees 3. TOSV Land Use Code Section 16A-5-300(b)(2) Pursuant to TOSV Land Use Code Section 16A-5-300(b)(2) the Planning Commission and Town Council should consider the following in a conceptual manner during sketch plan review. a. Use The proposed uses for the expansion are consistent with current uses previously approved uses, and uses recommended in the Comprehensive Plan, see below. The only difference is the proposal for eight single-family lots instead of multi- family housing. However this adds to the diversity of housing types. b. Comprehensive Plan The following is an extract from the Comprehensive Plan with text added to indicate how this project is in conformance with the plan: The Faraway Ranch North CPA encompasses the Snowmass Center, the area directly behind the Center and several parcels located north of the Woodbridge Condominiums. The unique mixed use character of the Snowmass Center and the spectacular views obtained from the vacant lands are valued attributes of this area. 1. Elements that shall be accommodated. The elements of the Comprehensive Plan that the Town has determined shall be accommodated in the development of this area are: Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission is (a) improved mobility/connectivity/pedestrian orientation to Base Village and the Mall; Provided, see Section B-12. (b) employee housing; Provided through the redevelopment process, see Section B-9. (c) preservation of the open space in the upper and middle part of the draws behind the Snowmass Center; Provided in the draw behind the Snowmass Center. (d) preservation of the trails and other recreation areas. The pedestrian commuter trail is maintained, and slightly relocated due to the proposed parking areas. 2. Elements that could be considered. The elements of the Comprehensive Plan that the Town has determined could be considered in the development of this area are: (a) enhanced access to surrounding properties; Provided through the proposed location for a people mover, and proposed road access. (b) continued mixed use, including community commercial, office,public uses (post office, grocery, and Town Hall) and residential; Provided as described in the program. (c) redevelopment of the Snowmass Center; Provided as this is the core of the project. (d) creation of an informal meeting place for the community; Provided in the improved community services and the enhancement of the outdoor spaces at the Center. (e) clustered residential dwellings at the base of the draws. Provided in the draw above the Snowmass Center The Comprehensive Plan maps show the Snowmass Center intersection with Brush Creek Road as a relatively intact area, in terms of transportation impacts. The applicant anticipates that there will be improvements to the upper intersection at the time of the Base Village development. C. Landscape and Architecture The overall architectural concept is to create residential villages with the vitality provided by density, mixed use and retail activity at the ground level. A new architecture will be developed for the building - see attached rendering. The Snowmass Center building will appear to be comprised of several smaller structures through careful use of massing, form and color. The roof forms will also be articulated. Color will be predominantly earth tones,with careful use of brighter accents, to add to the vibrancy of the building. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 16 The proposed redevelopment of the Center provides the opportunity to establish a new architectural character for the Center and adjoining residential units. The reorganization of vehicular traffic and parking away from the building provides the opportunity for traditional storefronts at the commercial level, creating a life and vitality along the"street front". The redesigned Center will emphasize pedestrian activity by utilizing transitions of materials to create individuality; architectural elements such as awnings, canopies, columns and brackets to create scale; and interesting transitions between hardscape and softscape which combined will transform the storefronts into an active,pedestrian scaled "street." The mixed-use development proposed on the upper levels of the building would generate a new architectural vocabulary for the building. The architecture will define the changes of building use to create individual and identifiable building massing and character. Distinct portions of the Center will be identified with unique detailing. The individual massing and detailing will result in a "village" of architectural vitality and character, which will add life and interest to the project. An overall landscape concept will be developed for the Snowmass Center including creating pedestrian arcades, seating areas and the landscaping for the parking areas. The outstanding views from the property will be preserved. The entry road to the Center will be an improvement on the existing road as all the parking on the roadside will be eliminated. This will provide for a smoother flow of traffic and more attractive entry to the project. A new entry road is proposed for the townhouse development and this will be attractively landscaped. Within the development there will be landscaping around the roads and driveways to minimize the impacts of paved surfaces. Within the courtyard area, a community facility will be created in a semi formal garden. As there are some sections of road that traverse steep slopes, all retaining walls will be limited to a maximum of 15 feet high. Careful attention will be given to the finish and appearance of the walls to minimize potential visual impacts. Where practical, the walls will be stepped to allow planting between them. Plant species in these areas will be selected from a palette of native species. The single-family homes will have Homeowners Design Guidelines that exceed the requirements of the Town's guidelines. d. Natural Resources The Comprehensive Plan GIS maps were reviewed. Development on the Snowmass Center Parcel will have no impact on wildlife, environmentally sensitive areas, elk or deer based on these maps or primary constraints identified by the Town except for the following: Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 17 Brush Creek: The project is located close to Brush Creek,but does not impact the riparian area. Recommendations for drainage mitigation will be developed in the next phase of project development. Steep Slopes: The road that connects Parcels H and H-1 to the Snowmass Center crosses slopes greater than 30%. This is the only available access to these parcels. Preliminary geo-technical studies indicate that there will be no slope instability in the 30% slope area, provided that engineering principles are followed. Visual changes resulting from road construction will include revegetation and careful detailing of the retaining walls. The road that accesses the townhouses also includes 30% slope areas. These slopes were steepened when the existing road was built and they are man-made. The service yard comer of the redeveloped Center is located on a small portion of 30%plus slopes. Two levels of residential development are located above the service area, also encroaching on the steep slopes. By extending the building over the service area, the visual impact of the service area will be minimized. Other Geological: In preliminary geo-technical studies, several other potential geologic hazards have been identified on portions of the property. These include the potential for debris flow and rockfall. Most of these impacts may be mitigated with appropriate engineer recommended methods. Further study will occur in the next phase of project development. e. Phasing Only one PUD filing is anticipated with this application. The improvements will be constructed once approvals are finalized, anticipated start fall 2002. See Section B 13 —Timetable. 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TN[61 iA1 1 1 NOTES ..u..n m... w ug su�a o.+lrvl°iiod'°:er.c.a. _-- R-Y.ntlYTwMwrYIYN"e-A.P.r® MB I i LM.b: 5 P ,lnrMW.lu: 1 Md d 12310.1 _ PMTLULr wTEO �.Mavon u.s.n __ }MW, I1d1pM _ ..MA.1M.1 ]L1W0 631,1.0 11, .1 eM 7.31.0.0 I1L00 LEGEND -fCFlll ®PmWW N.�Tr-P.nMV 1v.1' .N� .cane.-L .PROPOSED O�Y�Y SITE �RaMM RS•KWfm PLAN OPgN..�OU.EIry EnnYy._. L-2 • f . 171 '. i ,. tax -Ay AZ 6 ✓� -....'r•..y�ow.��•'A Fj � l�f..a f1'Jim� r y. $p-x�,• � � � .""fit .� � � `''� nTV � � ,� Zr.X• 'jL � __ r of �'y" - --° ? k •� .p Rs. "SI;..• �x�, lE y a4trr: Y� I r' S 2 . J 'V b •"Q-' \� 'a^' `. tii .�`' i �'r wry. f /6 A '.E41 +. IV Awo Iffim IP q _ s A or I 2 i / x ` • R III�I��� F� RETAIL RETAIL RETAIL CAFE RETAIL 60 VD A EM y DRUG STORE RETAIL wj. RETAIL Q ` RETAIL t � RETAIL AX -5: FIRST FLOOR a v Snowmass Center Redevelopment --�--. Architectural Diagrams Manh,1001 ROOMS EXTENT OF EXISTING BUILDING SERVICE CORRIDOR LOBBY DOLK O5T OFFICE I SERVILE I DOCK I GROCERY STORE I I MEGNP.RIL F II II I 11 RETAIL y� 'ti ` vol 11 'ti I I Sx NEW BUILDING �N\J o la io w Snowmass Village, Colorado Hill Pou end An.i.w A,ChiWlure.nA Pluu g Aq .CeloWo GONDOLA I ;' UNIT i UNIT UNIT UNIT - ``•� 2 3 .4 !LOBBY ___-------------_____----_ l ALTERED EXISTING EXISTING BUILDIN< SECOND FLOOR I L-�3Snowmass Center Redevelopment Architectural Diagrams Much,2001 EXTENT OF EXISTING BUILDING FFIGE �pggr CORRIDOR IN I ' I NEW OFFICE I I 1 I N O o to 30 a Snowmass Village, Colorado Bill Poss and Associms Mchucciuse ad Plwling Ay .Colo-Jo - ` - ------ - ----_ --- - 0 m I I I I I UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT FO ER VOW EXTENT OF EXI5TING BUILDING UNIT & � b- UNIT I THIRD FLOOR Snowmass Center Redevelopment Architectural Diagrams Much,3001 7 X19 1p 6 6 — 30 PARKING i GARAGE (0"1 bays) ¢LAITY B i i i i i i JNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 8 G 10 11 12 13 \ \ ss 11 N O t---,t===t---� 7 o is xa eo Snowmass Village, Colorado Bill Pm end Associates Archilncmres Pluming Aspen.ColoWo ♦ O4 ✓J ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦fQ ll ` --------- __ ♦ ♦ _____ _ _ _ --------------------------- - --_-___- _- - -_______-__ -- __ - Q w -♦�♦ / //// --- ----------------------------- `-------------- —/--- -- ---- ---------------------- - - - -- o so mm UNIT / 14 LOBB UNIT UNil 15 8 r FOURTH FLOOR Snowmass Center Redevelopment Architectural Diagrams March,2001 \ _ 1 UNIT UNIT UNIT 44 43 42 UNIT UNIT UNIT 47 46 45 \� EL 1 "/118'-0'/l 8"-0" 1 \ - EL 102'- 11 112_QI/1 2 -0" —-- --- ---- --- ----- kA k x0& gar ti91 J= Q L\ o 19 �N�gtx UNITS UNITS U/�/ S 2G/35 30/36 3//3 U xv �:l 133 2j3a EL 92'-0"/102'-0"/112"-0" 0 O I x r x�� UNIT UNIT UNIT F24 JIT UNIT UNIT 21 22 23 25 26 (lEV£l O!E � UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT OMIT I6 yak 1-7 18 G LO I N O o so 10 w Snowmass Village, Colorado Bill Poss and Associates Aichiuclun u Pluming Aq .ColoM - ----- ; - - -- - -- -- - - ------ tS - --------- ---------—------- 5 - - _-_ -- - ------ cg�9S--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- i ----- — — — — — alt - - } ----------------------- -------------------------- O (9O BS r-� L_J ROOF PLAN Snowmass Center Redevelopment --- t Architectural Diagrams Mwh,2001 x LDI G ILDIN J xOlt aP xy a x ,o BUILDING G 0 0 , , x92 19 c� cc Buii$�NG 10 / i i \ t N t o to :o <a Snowmass Village, Colorado Bill Poss and Associates mchitwc and Planning Af .COIOMo m BUILDINGS I/J BUILDING H BUILDING F CONCEPTUAL ELEVATION is ii � i II. CONCEPTUAL ELEVATION Snowmass Center Redevelopment - Architectural Massing Diagrams Much,3001 BUILDING K JILDING G a io xo aV Snowmass Village, Colorado Bill Poss and Associates Anhitectwe"Plaming APPENDICES Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission APPENDIX A—Resolution Of Approval 1. Ordinance 4, Series of 1979 2. Ordinance 22, Series of 1984 Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission TOWN OF SNOTMASS VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES RESOLUTION NO. SERIES OF 1979 A Resolution adopting Resolution No. 2, Series of 2979, of the Planning and Zoning Commission of the Town, and modifying the same, regarding the zoning, buildout anC public contributions nebessary for the development of the Benedict Land and Cattle Company. WHEREAS the Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended the Board of Trustees adopt a resolution substantially in the form and substance as Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of said Commission; and, WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees has held a public hearing on said resolution on February 16, 1979 pursuant to public notice _,ubl'_s:ned at least 15 days before said date; and, WHEREAS, the Board has heard the presentation of the Benedict _an"- anal Carte Company on February 15, 1979 as the proponent of said resolution; and, WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees finds that Resolution No. 2, Series c' 1979 of the Planning and Zoning Commission is sub- stantia'_ly in conformance with the Piaster Plan Policy Statement of the Town and provides a framework within which future planning 'or the Benedict property at Faraway Ranch may proceed; and, WHEREAS, the Benedict Land and Cattle Company and the Board of 7,ustees agree that certain modifications to said resolution are necessary; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN 0.= SNOWN,ASS VILLAGE: 1. That Section 7 of Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of the Planning and Zoninv Commission be amended by adding thereto the s following: "At the Town's option, Benedict will dedicate to the Town land of sufficient width in order to make the road easement for the connector between Ridge Road and Faraway Road 60 feet in width and participate in the construction of the connector road in accordance V. with the terms of the March 21, 1971 Easements Agreement and the subdivision regulations of the Town." 2. That Section 13 of Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of the Planning and Zoning Commission be amended by deleting the words "Shall not be subjected to fees, charges, contributions or con- cessions" and inserting in place thereof the words "is not consenting to the making of additional commitments". 3• That subject to the amendments set forth herein being made and consented to by Benedict Land and Cattle Company, the Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979, of the Planning and Zoning Commission is hereby adopted and made resolution of the Board of Trustees and the Mayor is hereby authorized to execute the same on behalf of the Town. . 4. ?hat th�ntire Benedict development brogram be constructed in not less than 12 years (the development time period) from t e date or SPA (specially planned area) submittal. Development shall proceed on a prorated basis per year but may be accumulated by con- solidating the units of one year with a second year with the approval of the Board of Trustees, provided, however, that a hotel may be developed on an accelerated time schedule in which case the residual development entitlement will then be phased over the remaining development time period. This development phasing constraint will require that the hotel development decision be made early in the development process due to the impractina'_ities of phasing a hotel development. INTRODUCED, READ AND PASSED by -a vote of Ito- March 12, 1979. .1or� ATTEST: Town Cler -2- Resolution No. Series of /9 7 9_ _ 19 79 n C TOWN OF SI4011MASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 22 SERIES OF 1984 M ORDINANCE APPPOViNG THE STAGE TWO SPA PLAN (LAND USE PLAN) AND GROSS PIkRCEL PLAT FOR 711E FARAWAY MUCH PROJECT. WHEREAS. the Town Council has previously approved•an application for Stage One SPA approval for the Faraway Ranch Project in Town Council Pesolution No. 24., Series of 1984; and WHEREAS, pit. Baldy Investors (Applicant) has applied for Stage Two _ SPA Plan and Gross Parcel Plat review of the Faraway Ranch Project; and . WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has recommended approval of Stage Two with conditions, as set forth in Planning Commission Resolution No. 18, Series of 198x; and WHEREAS, a Public Hearing was held before the Town Council on Septemher 17, 1984, for the purpose of receiving public comment. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One. Findings. Rased upon a review of all evidence submitted at meetings, work sessions and public hearings, the Town Council hereby mikes the following findings with regard to the Faraway Ranch Stage Two SPA submission: A. That no changes have been made to the proposed development as approved at Stage One, and no new information has been submitted or discovered which would make the proposal now inconsistent.with the Master Plan. B. That the Project as described in the Stage Two submissidn documents is in conformance with the Land Use Evaluation Standards as set forth to Section 2.6.5.x. of the Land Use . Code; 1s in conformance with the objectives of Specially Planned Area development; and is in conformance with any other applicable regulations of the Town not specifically subject to variations by the Land Use Code. C. That the Applicant has submitted ail of the information and items required by Section 2.6.6.b. of the Land Use Code (submission data requirements) and has complied with the procedural requirements of the Land Use Code applicable to this submission. D. That the Gross Parcel Plat conforms with the requirements of Section 2.6.4.f. of the Land Use Code. E. That the Applicant has satisfactorily complied with the conditions imposed as part of the Stage One approval (Town Council Resolution No.. 24, Series of 1984), except those which have been continued as conditions in Section Two below. F. The Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village finds the plan for commercial expansion of the Snowmass Center to be reasonable and that the area at and near the Snowmass Center is appropriate for said expansion. While the applicants are to be- commended for presenting the Town with thefr plans for the use of all their lands, the Town Council finds the plan for commercial expansion as contained in Building B to, be premature. The Council additionally finds that it would entertain an amendment to the SPA plan to allow Building B at such time as demand warrants expansion. Section Two. Conditional Approval. The Stage Two SPA Plan (Land Use Plan) as amended, particularly with respect to Building B and the Gross Parcel Plot for the Faraway Ranch Project, the legal description of which is attached hereto as Exhibit "A", are hereby approved subject to the following terms and conditions.: A. That ?the Final Land Use Plan consisting. of this Ordinance together with the Land Use Plan Map, in the form submitted, amended and approved during the Stage Two review process shall he recorded in accordance with the provisions of Section 2.6.7,c.(6) of the Land Use•Code. The recording of the Final Land Use Plan shall result in the establishment of the uses by right and limitations on use applicable to the property described therein and shall confer upon the owner of all or a portion of such property those rights, restrictions and obligations granted and described in Section 2.6.7.c. of the Land Use Code. Amendment to the Final Land Use Plan: Prior to Stage Four approval of any portion of the area or parcels defined in the Land Use Plan, any amendment to the Land Use Plan which would 'amend the provisions applicable to such portion or parcel may be initiated by Resolution to the Town ' Council upon its own motion, upon the request of the Planning Commission or upon request of the applicant. Such amendment shall be accomplished in the same manner as the amendment of any Municipal Ordinance, except that a public hearing 0511 be held after the first reading and prior to the second reeding of such ordinance, following publication of notice of such hearing in a newspaper of general circulation within the Town at least thirty (301 days prior to the hearing. . In addition, a written notice of said hearing shall be mailed by first class nail at least thirty (30) days prior to the hearing to the property owners within three hundred (300) feet of the property which is the subject of review. The proponent of the amendment shall be responsible for the mailing and publication of notice. In the event that the amendment is proposed by the Town, the applicant shall be entitled to 30 days notice of the- hearing, by first class mail. ' A copy of the proposed amendment ordinance shall be delivered to the Planning Commission for their review and recommendations within five (5) days after adoption on first reading. The Planning Commission's recommendations shall be delivered to the Town Council prior to the public hearing and made a part of the record of the hearing. No such amendment shal) be effective without the written consent of the owners of all the land area subject to and re-zoned by the amendment. After Stage Four approval of any portion of the area or parcels defined in the Lend Use Plan, any amendment or modification of the Land Use Plan which would amend the provisions applicable to such portion or parcel shall be undertaken as an amendment , or modification to the final PUD Plan as provided in Section 2.6.7.e.(6) of this Chapter. B. With the exception of Building "D" of the Snowiness Center expansion, the first application for a Stage Three a proval of any portion of the Faraway Ranch Project Shall contain additional information regarding the Applicant's plans for construction of comfortable and affordable employee housing. -2- Said plans shall include site, scheduling and financing plans in sufficient detail to allow review by the Planning Commission and the Town Council to insure that the employee housing requirements of the 'Faraway Ranch project, as approved herein, are being properly addressed. C. The first application for a Stage Three approval of any portion of the Faraway P.anch Project shall include a detailed Construction Management Plan for the particular application and a general plan for each phase contemplated thereafter. The Plan shall pay particular attention to automobile, bus and skier traffic flow, construction traffic and parking. O. Lapse. In the event that Stage Four approval for any portion of the area or parcels defined in the Land Use Plan has not been-,granted within eight years from the date of Stage 11 approval, the Land Use Plan approved for such portion or parcel shall lapse, with the effect that such portion or parcel shall retain the zone classification which existed prior to the application for Stage One approval and the applicant shall not be entitled to submit an application for Stage Three approval. Prior to the lapse, the applicant may apply for and the Town may grant an extension of the lapse, upon good cause being shown. E. No building permit shall be issued for any portion of the proposed hotel until such time as the Applicant and/or the Aspen Skiing Company.has (have) (1) accomplished the relocation and upgrading of Lift 06 as described in paragraph 7 of the easement agreement between Benedict Land d Cattle Company and the Aspen Skiing Company dated September 27, 1984 and recorded on October 1, 1984 in Book 474 at Page 230 or (2) guaranteed, in a form acceptable to the Town Council and Town Attorney, that such relocation and upgrading of Lift. /6 shall proceed prior to or simultaneously with the construction of the proposed hotel. F. The average size of rooms in the proposed hotel shall not exceed 475 square feet, as measured according to the Town's requirements for calculation of floor area contained in the Lend Use Code, and all space in the units shall , In 'addition, be measured from the outside of exterior and hallway walls and. from the middle of party walls. Decks for individual hotel rooms shall not be included in the square footage unless a deck exceeds 100 square feet, in which case all area above 100 square feet shall be counted at 50% or 100%, depending on the floor area ratio measurement criteria. No hotel room shall exceed 525 square feet. G. The number and size- of hotel suites is hereby approved as submitted; however, the Town Council will entertain changes in unit mix and number of units at Stage Three provided the total square footage of suites approved at Stage Two is not increased. N. The square footage figures for each structure contained in the submission shall be considered the maximum allowable square footage. 1. Owner use of the suites and hotel rooms shall he restricted to two (2) weeks during the winter season and two (2) weeks during the summer season. ,i• Should the Town elect to improve Brush Creek Road to a four-lane section between Wood Road and Owl Creek Road, the Applicant agrees to reimburse. the Town an amount equal to the costs of the road improvements proposed, and hereby accepted, -3- as part of the Stage Two traffic impact mitigation plan. Reimbursement shall be in an amount equal to the costs of the improvements as determined by an engineer's estimate to be conducted during the year the Town's improvements are scheduled for construction. K. All recommendations of the Town Engineer, as attached hereto as. Fx.hibit "B", and specifically those concerning Faraway Road and Snnvnnass Center drainage improvements, shall be complied with as part of any applicable Stage Three submission. L, The' recouendations of the Town's Transportation Department, attached hereto as Exhibit "C", shall be incorporated as part of any Stage Three submission to expand the Snowmass Center. H. A maximum of seven thousand one hundred one (7101) square feet of additional lift line condominium space, as measured by the Town's floor area ratio measurement standards contained in the Land Use Code, shall be allowed provided the unit count does not exceed twenty-two (22) and that no condominium cluster shall contain more than three (3) floors of habitable space end a maximum height of forty (40) feet. N. The hotel rooms, suites, lift line condominiums and all proposed commercial spaces shall loin the Snowmass Resort Association if the Association and the Applicant are able to agree upon an appropriate assessment schedule. The Applicant shall enter into good faith and negotiations with the Association which ere intended to develop an equitable formula for assessment obligations. No Stage Three approval for any portion of the property approved by this SPA Plan, which includes the above described elements, shall be approved unless the Town Council is reasonably satisfied that such negotiations have been entered into and completed in good faith. If the Town. Council determfnes that such negotiations were conducted in good faith, even though unsuccessful, this condition shall thereafter be ineffective. 0. The Applicant shall provide reasonable easements and/or air rights for and to all systems or structures necessary for the movement of people at such time as detailed plans for such structures or systems are available. P. The proposed single-family residence shall be a member of the Snowmass Homeowner's Association, and shall be subject to review by the Snowmass Homeowner's Association Design Committee. No portion of the building envelope shall contain slopes in excess of thirty (30%) percent. Q. The parking ratio for the proposed commercial expansion at the Snowmass Center shall result in an overall parking ratio for the Snovmass Center of one (1) space per three hundred fifty (350) gross square feet. No parking spaces'shall be assigned for any hotel unit. Only those spaces provided in carport areas may be assigned for the Lift Line Condominiums. R. Hotel roof sections shall be limited to a maximum of ten (10) feet An height. S. The Applicant shall flatten the grade of Faraway Road at its intersection with Brush Creek Road to the greatest extent possible., including, if necessary, moving the point of intersection to the west, subject to the approval of the Town Eroineer. T. The Applicmnt's proposal for phasing of parking is accepted on the condition that the Town Council reserves the right to -4- review phasing and parking ratios for any Stage Three submission. U. A plan for improvement of pedestrian access, particularly - between the Snewmass Center and the proposed hotel shall be presented as part of any Stage Three submission, except Building "D" of the Snewma5s Center expansion. V. The Applicant and/or hotel operator shall comply with the recommendations of the Town's Sanitation Division regarding' trash handling procedures and equipment. W. Additional landscaped area shall be provided to replace that which will be lost as part of the Building A and D expansions. X. That :the Land Use Plan Map be amended to provide that the uses by right within Parcel B be limited to parking and open space, and that the following note be included: In approving Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, the Town Council determined thit Parcel B is an appropriate location for retail commercial and office uses, but also determined that development of such uses at the time of the, adoption of said Ordinance was premature. Accordingly, no development activity is authorized pursuant to Ordinance No. 22 or this Land Use Plan Map and no uses are authorized other than those . set forth above. Amendment of the Land Use Plan Map as applied to Parcel B will be required in order to establish the parameters of other uses and to authorize development thereof at a later date. Section Three. Gross Parcel Plat. The Gross Parcel Plat attached hereto and made a part hereof as Exhibit "D" is hereby approved. Said Plat shall be subject to and limited in effect by the provisions of Section 2.6.4.f. of the Land Use Code. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on First Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, this 29th day of October, 1984, by a vote of 5_ to 2 , Councilmembers Desmond aqd Francis opposed. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on Second Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, this 5th day of November, 1984, by a vote of 5 to 2 Councilmembers Desmond and Francis opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO By: JEfe�ppnTi Rayor ATTEST: , Tusan barrison-, Town Clerk _5_ II APPENDIX B—Faraway North SPA, Phase Two Approved Plat, March 1985 Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission EXTRACTS FROM FARAWAY RANCH S.P.A. FINAL LAND USE PLAN PARCEL A Parcel Acreage 2.625 More or Less A. Zoning: SPA— 1. See Note 6 B. Present permitted use: Parking PARCEL B AND EXISTING CENTER Parcel Acreage: 2.049 More or Less Existing Building: 4.269 More or Less Total 6.318 Acres More or Less A. Proposed Land Uses Parcel B 1. Parking and Circulation 2. For other uses see Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, Section 1,Note F and Section 2,Note X. Existine Snowmass Center Parcel 1. Multi-Family Dwelling Units 2. Parking 3. Commercial: retail stores,restaurants,personal service shops and offices 4. Conference Facilities 5. Ski Facilities 6. Transportation Facilities 7. Support or Accessory Uses B. Major Structures 1. Existing Snowmass Center Structure(not included in approval) 2. Building A Addition 3. Building D Addition C. Anticipated Program by Type of Uses 1. Maximum Building Square Footage and Uses Commercial Offices Total Building A 8,290 sf 16,740 sf 25,030 sf Building D 3.338 sf 2.893 sf 6.231 sf Totals 11,628 sf 19,633 sf 31,261 sf Existing Building(5) 46.189 sf 77,450 sf D. Land Use and Development Parameters I. Maximum Building Square Footage Building A 25,030 sf Building D 6.231 sf Total 31,261 sf Existing Building (6) 46.189 sf Total 77,450 sf 2. Maximum Building Height Above Natural Grade Building A 29'-0" Building D 24'-0" 3. Maximum Amount and Type of Commercial Space Retail Stores, Restaurants 11,628 sf Office 19,633 sf 4. Proposed FAR(2) .29 N/C Allowable FAR .50 5. Minimum Number of Parking Spaces(See Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, Section 2,Note Q) Commercial Total Spaces a. Building A 25,030 _ 350 72 b. Building D 6,231 _ 350 18 C. Existing Building 46,189 _350 132 Total 222 d. Maximum Parking Ground Coverage (2) (Includes Parking on Parcel 'B' and Existing Snowmass Center 76,344 sf 6. Maximum Building Ground Coverage Building A. 9,538 sf Building D 3,408 sf Stair at Building A 144 sf Existing Building 29.648 sf Total 42,819 sf 7. Minimum Amount of Open Space (Includes Parcel B and Existing Snowmass Center 103,429 sf—38% 2 1 I I I I PARCEL C Parcel Acreage 4.806 Acres More or Less A. Proposed Land Uses 1. Employee Housing 2. Parking for on-site uses 3. Open Space 4. Community Facilities B. Major Structures 1. West Meadow Employee Housing, 2 buildings, 3 stories above natural grade. Use will be employee housing. C. Anticipated Program by Type of Use 1. Building Gross Square Footage(Restricted) 43,209 sf (Exterior Decks) 3,864 sf D. Land Use and Development Parameters 1. Maximum Building Square Footage(Restricted) 43,290 sf (Exterior Decks) 3,864 sf 2. Maximum Building Height 34 ft. 3. Maximum Number of Bedrooms 69 bedrooms 4. Average Square Footage of Dwelling Units by Type of Units Studio 20 @ 448 sf Studio 1 @ 680 sf 1 Bedroom 12 @ 656 sf 2 Bedroom 7 @ 864 sf 2 Bedroom 9 @ 896 sf 2 Bedroom 2 @ 1,056 sf 5. Maximum Number of Dwelling Units Per Acre 51 Units 4.086 Acres— 10.6 Units/Acre 6. Proposed FAR(2) .22 (MF Allowable FAR) .75 7. Minimum Number of Parking Spaces 77 spaces Maximum Parking Ground Coverage(1) 23,386 sf 8. Minimum Number of Employee Housing Units 51 Units Minimum Square Footage of Employee Housing Units 33,509 sf 9. Maximum Building Ground Coverage 17,228 sf 10. Minimum Amount of Open Space 156,642 sf PARCEL D Acreage 3.386 Acres More or Less To be dedicated to the Town of Snowmass A. Permitted Use I. Employee Housing i 3 LAND USE FINAL LAND USE PLAN DEFINITIONS All terms defined in the Land Use Code of the Town of Snowmass Village,Colorado,adopted by Ordinance No.5, Series of 1982 on May 17, 1982 and amended by Ordinance No. 25, Series of 1982,on January 3, 1983,are incorporated herein by this reference. Definitions peculiar to this Land Use Plan are as follows: 1. Existing Grade: Existing grade shall be the ground elevation as shown on the topographic map prepared by Merrick and Company for the Faraway Ranch S.P.A. aerial photography dated 7-3-73 and revised on 7-14-76. 2. Natural Grade: Natural Grade shall be the same as existing grade. FINAL LAND USE PLAN NOTES: I. FAR Calculations include the square footage of decks and terraces at 50%of their total area. Maximum building square footage excludes decks and terraces. Building Ground Coverage includes patios and_ 2. Based upon 2.5 hotel rooms/unit and 1,250 square feet/unit for suites: 211 Hotel Rooms 2.5 84 Units 12 Suites @ 28,658 sf _ 1,250 sf is Total 107 Units 3. Based on 1,250 sf/Unit: .19 Condos @ 44,973 sf =1,250 sf = 36 Units (See Ordinance#22, Series of 1984, Section 2,Note M) 4. Based on 2.5 rooms/units and 1,250 square feet/unit. 50 Seasonal Employee Rooms _ 2.5 20 8 Apartments 8 Total 28 Units 5. Existing Snowmass Center is not included in this submission. 6. Town of Snowmass Village Resolution 4, Series of 1979, which adopted Snowmass Planning and Zoning Commission Resolution 2, Series of 1979 by reference,provides that upon completion of the development program contemplated therein,the Benedict Land and Cattle Company, its successors or assigns,may apply for rezoning of an unspecified tract of land as a development reserve. Approval of any such rezoning is intended to be at the sole discretion of the Town Council and based upon an assessment of community need for additional development at the particular site at the time of application. The above named owner/developer for themselves and their successors and assigns and the Town agree that the development approved by this Land Use plan satisfied the build out expectations and the 5 obligations of the owner/developer as set forth in Resolution 4, Series of 1979. In order to accommodate the additional expectation of a development reserve,consistent with the provisions of Resolution 4, Series of 1979,parcels A, F and H have been zoned SPA-1. As such,those parcels have no development rights until such time as an SPA plan for all or a portion of such parcels is approved by the Town in accordance with the land use regulations in effect at the time of application. 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CAaLMLNe AGELLMLH : This L:s�ment end Vocat: of R mr:nt Agreement is tntcrcli into this �_ day o' 198>, by and between THL >NUwMAS., COMPANY, L D. , jVColorado limited parrner- ship ("SLC") , whose address is Post Office Box 5000, Snowmass -.\ Village, Colorado 816-.5, SNOwr:ASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, a , Colorado limited partnership ("Center" ) , whose address is 1280 Ute Avenue, Aspen, Colorado 81621, and BENEDICT LAND 6 CATTLE COMPANY, a Colorado corporalicn, ( "Benedict") , whose addreE: is Post Office Box 40, Aspen, Colorado 81612. In consideration of Ten Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which a-e hereby acknowledged, SCL hereby grants and conveys to Center dr;^ Benedict (both individually and collectively) a perp,ltual, n0n-exclusivt easement and right-of-way over, under I . and across that certain parcel of real property more partiCL- larly described on Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof by this reference the "Easement Property") , for purposes of ala forms of access, drainage, and utility services to, from and in connection with the Snowmass Village North Subdivision, t : Snowmaas Village, Pitkin County, Colorado, according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 7 at Page 12 of the records of the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. SCL expressly reserves all rights to the use of the Easement " �`'"'"'�` P Y 9 i,n^ -as Property for purposes and in a manner not inconsistent with this jfr&F �) Easement. Center and/or Benedict shall have the right at any time or times to grant to others similar easements and rights-of-way over and across the Easement Property and to dedi- cate the Easement Property as a public road without the prior authorization or consent of SCL. .s In the event that Kearns Road, as actually constructed, does not fall wholly within the Easement Property, the Easement Property shall, without more, be deemed to include all of that property within thirty (30) feet on either side of the centerline of Kearns Road as actually constructed. Any por- tion of the property described on Exhibit A attached hereto " ; which is not includ�sd within the property thirty (30) feet on } oG either side of the centerline of Kearns Road as actually y�,r constructed shall he automatically vacated and be free and clear �et'"!i'r .`•,.��x of this Easement. Each party hereby authorizes Center to record a description of the centerline of Kearns Road, as actually ( "" constructed, and upon the recording of the centerline descrip- tion, all property within thirty (30) feet on either side of the centerline of Kearns Road as actually constructed shall be sub- . stituted for the property described on Exhibit A. attaches hereto, withuut otherwise modifying any of the other terms and .. provisions cf this Easement Agreement. The resoonsibil:ties and obligations of the parties ! for the yintenance, repair and rriconstruction of the roadway, drainage and utility systems and acilities within and upon this Easement shall be governed by the terms and provisions of that . certain Easement Operation Agreement of even date herewith between the parties hereto. Benedict and Center hereby vacate and quit clam to SCL all of their right, title and interest in and to "Easement 2" as set forth and described in the Deed of Easement recorded on April 7, 1971 in Book 254 at Page 545 in tht Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. ':h IS 1..as�m=nL end Vacation of Ea semert Agreement sl.i be :;:.nding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto :nd their respective succeAsors and assigns. THE SNOWMASS COMPANY, LTD. , a Colorado limited partnership r t By en ral Pa to r . ! SNOWMASS CEMTER-;,IMITED PARTNERSHIP, a Colorado limited partnership By ..,affFneral Partner - BENEDICT LAND 6 CATTLE COMPANY, a Colorado corporation BY , as its President STATE OF COLORADO ) SS. ". COUNTY OF The foregoing Easement and Vacation of -Easement ` Agreement was acknowledged before me this <It01 day of Ijir.il.(.t, 1983, by .. tSi 1' IIJ as general partner of The: Snowmass Company, L d. , a Colorado limited partnership. , r My commission expires: Mr OOM1114 n '�• J{� Witness my hard and..of.ficial seal . •�;,:.. NotaryrP�bl is Addgess STATE OF COLORADO ) SS. COUNTY OF i 1 The foregoing Easement and Vacation of Lasement Agreement was acknowledged before me this _ day cf 1.983, by as general oartner r Ti Snowmass Center Limited Partnershi , a Colorado ! invited pzrt- narship. -2- My comnissit:: expires: - +;itne.:s ry nand and Official seal . Notary Pjsiic ' Ad ress / "�wp Yw UB�"\� ' c KQf�� - ;. LP . STATE OF COLORADO 1 COUNTY OF The .foregoing Easement and vacation of Easement . i Agreement was acknowledged before me t is T day of 7983, by =.� ;,�: •i y—President of Benedict Land 6 Cattle Company, a Colorado corporation. My commission expires: '.r•'?/-f 7 Witness my hand and official seal. ��,� Ear:., -;• / ��w Na L, Public �'��i i.e��dL 1 /+sir a' S .[/� w3P(1F ,� Address i � 1 1 '1 Exhibit A BU.'". 45 A description of an access, drainage and utility easement in the Easterly portie^ of Hoaglund Ranch in Government Tract 45, being a part of Sections 1 ar"_ :, TICS, F.86Y of tte 6th P.M. for The Snowmass Company, Ltd. LEGAL DESCRIPTION A tract of land located in Government Tract 45, being a Part of Sections 1 and 2. TICS, R96W of the 6th P.M. , described as follows: Commencing at the Southwest Corner of said Section 1 from which the Witness Corner to f the Wk Corner of said Section 1 bears NO°01'31"E, 2703.93 feet, thence N29°38'47"E, 3051.81 feet; thence S77°08'00"E, 92.45 feet to a point of curve to the left; thence Easterly, 64.46 feet along the arc of said curve to the East line extended Southerly of that tract of land as described in Lease Agreement recorded in Book 237 at Page 164 of the records of Pitkin County, Colorado, said arc having a radius of 350.00 feet, a -; delta angle o`. 10°33'09" and being subtended by a chord that bears S82°24'36"E, 64.37 feet; thence Easterly, 102.00 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the North to a . point tangent, said arc having a radius of 350.00 feet, a delta angle of 16°41'51" and 1, being subtended by a chord that bears N83 057'55"E, 101.64 feet.; thence N75°37'00"E, 63.66 feet; thence N77°30'00"E, 220.66 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence N12°30'00"W, 16.96 feet to a point of curve to the right; Thence Northeasterly, 64.34 feet along the arc of said curve to a point tangent, said arc having a radius of 70.00 feet, a delta angle of 52 039'34" and being subtended by a chord that bears N13°49'47"E, 62.10 feet; i. Thence N40°09'34"E, 19.47 feet to the Southerly line of the second tract of land as described in Deed recorded in Book 231 at Page 304 of the records of Pitkin bounty, Colorado; Thence N47°51'26"W, 45.03 feet along the Southerly line of the second tract of lard as l described in said Book 231 at Page 304 to the Easterly line of SNOWMASS VILLAGE XORTH SUBDIVISION, a Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 7 at Page 12 of the records of Pitkin ? County, Colorado; ` `` y Thence S40°09'34"W, 0.63-feet along the Easterly line' of said SNOWMASS VILLAGE NORTH + SUBDIVISION to the Southeast Corner thereof; Thence N47°51100"W, 15.01 feet along the Southerly line of said SNOWMASS VILLAGE NORTH SUBDIVISION; .'x Thence S40 009'34"W, 20.92 feet to a point of curve to the left; 451 Legal Description -2- Thence Southwesterly, 119.48 feet along the arc of said curve to a point tangent, said arc having a radius of 130.00 feet, a delta angle of 52°39'34" and being subtended by a chord that bears S13 049'47"W, 115.32 feet; Thence S12°30'00"E, 16.96 feet to a point from which the True Point of Beginning bears N77 030100"E; Thence N77°30'00"E, 60.00 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING, r . Y n!f y a a% �S . 1 . Iy p` •'1:.11 f r A 1. �•4:M1� s Cr.. APPENDIX D — Proof of Ownership Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP Pitkin County Title, Inc., a duly licensed Title Insurance Agont in the State of Colorado hereby certifies that SNOWMASS LAND & CATTLE LLC, A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY is the owner in fee simple of the following described property: PARCELS A, B, F, G, H, H-1 AND I, FARAWAY RANCH SUBDIVISION, as shown on the Gross Parcel Plat of Faraway Ranch Subdivision recorded March 18, 1986 In Plat Book 17 at Page 6. Subject to encumbrances, easements, restrictions and rights of way of record. i This certificate is not to be construed to be a guarantee of title and is furnished for informational purposes only. I PITKI^N COUNTY TITLE, INC. BY: r authorized si e CERTIFIED TO: DECEMBER 13, 2000 @ 8:00 A.M. I DEC. 20. 2000 10: 11AM PITKIN COUNTY 1111E rvu. too.) r. i -n- i I SPECIAL WARRANYY DEYD i THIS DEED, Made this 09 of JULY. 1PPa between "aMTr HALDY INVESTORS, A JOINT VENTURE of the County of PITKIN and State of CO, 01 the first part, grantor and SNON•(MASS LAND & CATTLH LLC, A COLORADO I.IMITED LIABILITY COMPANY C/O NBLIGH C. COATES who&o legal address is, 720 H. HYMAN ASDSN Co, @loll of the County of PITKIN State of CO, of the s000nd part, Cranes wITNEmwCra, That the said parties of the first part, for and in consideration or the sum of Ten dollar& and other good and valuable considerations, cc the said parties of the first psrt, ;in hand paid by ,the paid parties of the second part, the receipt whorsof is hereby confessed and acknowledged, hoe granted, bargained, sold and conveyed and by chews presents do grant, bargain, null, convey and confirm unto the said parties of the second part, their hairs and assigns forever, all the following described lots or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the County of Pickin and State of COLORADO, to wit, PARCELS A, H. P, O, H, X-1 AND I, PARANAY RANCH SUBDIVISION, AS shown On the Gross Paradl Plat of Faraway Ranch subdivision recorded March 1s, 1966 in Plat Book 11 at Pago S. 111111 IIIII 111111 IIII IIIII 111111111111 III 1111111111r WINS 07/00/1008 03 1 10P GMC W DRVIO SILYI i of 1 R 0.00 D 8.e8 N 0.00 PITKIN COIMTI CD' Together with all and singular Cho hereditament& and appurtenances there- unto belonging, or in anywise appertaining. and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rants, io2ue0 and profito thdreof) and all the somata, right, title, interest, claim and demand whatsoever, of the said partiea of the first part, either in law or equity, of, in and to the above bargained premises, with the hereditamencs and appurtenances) TO MAVS AxD To MOLD cha said promises above bargained and described, pith the appurtenances, unto the said parties of the oecond part, their heirs and aoaigne forever. And rho maid parties of the first pare for themselves, ;their heirs, executors and administrators, do covenant, grant, bargain and agree to and wieh the maid parties of the seeor?d part, their hairs and assigns, the above bargained promises in the quiet and peaceable possession of said parties of rho second part, chair hairs and assigns, against all and every person or persons lawfully claiming or cc claim the whole or any part thereat, by .through or under the said parties of the first part to WARRANT AM FoRNVBR gZrSXD. The singular shall include the plural, the plural the singular, and the use of gender *hall be applicable to all gender&. rx wiTmox WHxRxor, the said portion of the first part have hereunco wet their hand(@) and meal(m) the day and year first above written. MOUNT HALDY INVESTORS, A JOINT VENTURE BY r 1�/�+!-•erg �NELIGH C. COATES, JOINT VENTURER STATE Or COLORADO t coukmr Or PITKIN The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before ma this 9 yra!'�tu,1y 1999, by: MOUNT BALDY INVESTORS• A JOINT VENTURE. H N 1 COOTwic .��• Joint venturer- WITNESS my hand and off"ei seal / - my commission expires, 0S Nokvtv 1110){fa-rI DEC. 20. 2000 10: 11 AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE nu. [oc� r. 4 i CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP Pitkin County Title, Inc., a duly licensed Title Insurance Agent in the State of Colorado hereby certifies that SN,OWMASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP is the owner in:fee simple of the following described property: ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND KNOWN AS EXISTING SNOWMASS CENTER PARCEL, FARAWAY RANCH SUBDIVISION, according to the Gross Parcel Plot of said subdivision recorded In Plat Book 17 at Page 5 of the Pitkln County records. Subject to encumbrances, easements, restrictions and rights of way of record. This certificate is not to be construed to be a guarantee of title and is furnished for informational purposes only. PITKIN COUNTY TITLE, INC. BY: authorized Si e e CERTIFIED TO: DECEMBER 13, 2000 @ 8:00 A.M. DEC. 20. 2000 10 11 AM PITKIN COUNTY HILL C7j yt I k I! I,nd C:I I!1, IkmI%Im I I';:1'1`:.;Ak I-ui 1:11 ;111, g I, \j C I rN 1. 1,!4%1, V Will '..'I qnoL—.amm Iva an' United Var car rbli'll, il,N-f] I, 11.0. BOX 19LI). AFP,-n, Colorldo 11161-1 It R ��' 1, '.:, ." Ilickill t Tcn boll rN (810.00) and other good andWilable eons lderaclone XKKMIK I Is, Pitkin See I.AiLbit A attached hrruto and YOROO A part his by this ricFe,,coce. NOTE: it jK the intent or both grantor and granted cleat this conveyance shall Ue.- tipoilisiJ to rep)nra and sunrrc(iJ# In its OIILJrmtY the corivoyarica Affected by that r,4rCAfn earlAor dead recorded 11, Book 364 at page 325 of tho Pitkin qnsuilty record f, lind ,hat all vANvAsorra granted or raisier,,sud Jn satd earlier doA4 shall be (leassitil forever t•rifilriatod And Tsilaamed by the OXISCULLOn and recording of this instant dead. is N .,.I Idd, j,"I"110.1.41W.111 .,I'm in 1,1-1 mi-I, le 11.j*I 1.111%A—,I,.,:..Wl'sI.11 IW•.6LII-IL,INIVOI.I.I.11111 Ii,gisuNg a I0 I.%%I %kil I F4 v IFU W. 1.,, ...,14. j,blb I'll......... Ills IA1t and aubjeCE to general taxes, and orks"s,II I' manta bAf e till for 1985 and stibilliquent ysisavoij O.S. Nitwit raelarvatioriv and mxcepti4as, all; 111.111LEars ohoi,mi Islas the r-roxv Pores] 'let of Faraway Ratimb SubdivLaLon ILP 1,16i toolt. h" I-j . at page a::j and in chat certain Instrument recorded In Book 325 at PA& 2031 a x1gla of the D(sed of TrujT vrworda� in Rod "jA%j,.LNI lion ........... P.Inament kIkQ IL4114OVII� Z.a Z & IN.'I"%lilill Will III 'eel) Ranisdict Land and Cact3e Company .11 "C.II It y Secretary Fredric A. BancAlct, ?' 'Yaofient: ISO .I w I.I Pitki" ... Pitkin AS FredrLv A. IkInf-dict .78 a0d III nt-,I;,I am S,rrvcur,, or 1I.......11(t ',and and Cnici,• C., r I.Imii.-J ---- DEC. 20. 2000 10: 11AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE 'id dAHdPr Y 1.1':1:1: NINA. I-P.N1 PII'T LAND AF..- ''A'1"1'L"r C(POANY AND iN+`Wy A11!' '17.14TCR LIMITEV PAII•rNl,'k!:11111 rte .;NOWPIA6.3 (.FNTEA I.I41 :1`n PARTNER511IF D/11':D 1985. All that o"tarn parrot of land known as Existing Snowmaso Centr•t aorcot , Par away Ranch Subdtvision, eccotding to the Grose r�1`�r'• Fdrexl Plat Of MaiI subdivision recorded in Plot Back �.J _ at I•, paq► __'1. of the Pitkin County records; - C TOGETHER WITH any and a'.I voter and water right's, ditches and ditch rtghc . appurtenant to or historically ueed upon or in connection with the subject property, which water and dltrh rights conveyance, is hereby made by quitclaim rnly and without warranty of title. and v TOGETHER WITH perpetual., reon- exclusive easements and rights- of-way for access and underground utility purposes over and "X•• •I' across those certain vestments established and described in Book 254 of pages 545-546 and :.n Book 451 at page 94, reepeetivtly, of the Pitkin County recorder and TCGETHER WITH a p� g pow fuel, non-exclusive easement and right- of-way of-way for access and undoegy.t:nd utility purposes over and ' across so much of the existing occasr rood from Brush Croak Road servicing the easterly portinll of the aub5oct property as lies upon Parcel A. Faraway RMnLI, Subdivision: and ( +1 TOGETHER WITH a peTpatual, non-exclusive easement and right of-way for access and surface packing purposes over and across a- 28 Eoot vide strip of real property located within Parcel B, Faraway Ranch Subdlvision, :said.strip being more particularly described as follows: • ';> j A 29 foot vide parcel of land situated in Baction 1, ',''.•• f 1 Township 10 South, Range BO West of the fith Principal Meridian, taing more fully described ss follows; Beginning at a point on the common boundary batwse,n Parcel B and Existing Snowiness Center Parcel , Faraway Ranch Subdivi- &ion, whence Angle Point 1 of Tract 42 situated in amid Ste- tion 1 bears N. 60.16'23' E. 1919.45 feet; thence, S. 45600' W. 150.00 feet Along said common boundary; thence West 124. 12 feet alonq said common boundary; thence N. 45.00' west 39.60 feat along said common boundary; thence leaving •.•f3 t�, ` amid common boundary East 140.52 feet; thence N. 466DO' E. ^t'•ert 403.02 feet: thence N. 64°00' V. 44. 50 feet to the point of .`�•'•, ?!'+F boo.nninq. SUBJECT ALWAYS to the express understanding that by its IT recording of this Deed in the Pitkin County records, Snowmass Center Limited Partnership xhall be doomed to 'tc•i:l . have assumed land does hereby aesumel , for itself and tot its succexsors and assigns forever, complete and •'kk'• exclusive responsthlltty for t,ho maintenance, repair v �d end general preeervarion of the abovw-described 20-foot w1d,- eaxrment area and for the payment in a timoly man- ner of all vorLA and expenses incurred from time to tlme in the perforrolre of such nhl ,gationn. The re•;nrd nwnrr or ow;,t•rs, from time to ttmr, of patrol B, Far -way F.pnt•h .rinhrl l V ':.On, nhA l l r.6r.L l nLle 1.O he respDn- !:IIYI,• lot ito. pngm;,oi .or nl l ge•P,:r 01 tax", pill axnrAm- m• nrn I-vi •:t e11nn nteA I'nrcriol n, inrlorl,ne th- ;cartoon ' l:•:r, n( 0­LUTA1 :0 ily ehr• !.uh jP;e rw, m,•nr ; anA --------------------------- DEC. 20. 2000 10: 12AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE 111U. IDD) KAI, 11 ;,eI• AE V.lq;PXl'-Vl PAI-1. [Ilk ll-n u1nd .,no Cattle Cl-1111,011V A Colkiradis (wn.ral V,irtnct -,It!,' A. h1ttedlQ1., PrOlAill •ftt (Sea)) Alcoa[ Byl R. P. And C. '.r.. ^Iny 1.4 A California Livitted V8rti,,-rnhiT. Gencrai Partner Hoke C. Cost,,, At t0rntV-in-Fott for R011411 W. Miller and DI&Pa D. Miller. General Partners of N. P. and C. Company It C. Can LGAIr I r. SeTizilr 011oor4l Partner STATE OF 11LnRA1X)1 C.OVNTY OF PITXIN j The foregoing instrument was acknowledged botore me chjx_-/,t� day of 1985. by PrnJric A. lionedict sip President and• by Fablonne 1"OdIr t W Secretary or honediet lAnd and Cottle Company, & Colorado VOTliornrinn• a Aentral purto•r in Snowmasm Center 1-1micod Purcner- ship. My (:,;Wllqblnn Ctplr,s 19 6litneRm my hand Ind official aual. NOTARY PUBLIC STATE (11' (.111 Oft,%l)(1: col,,4v isr viyXIN J,lgirumt-ni was lvknl%wl%•llz•d bvror. me this day of 14M5 h% 5t•1110, C. Jr., Individunliv and Is r,ir Niliutd w. Miller and Wimv D. Milh-r. Cvner:ll part" • .,hip, curl: .•' p1gon. i pnrtvl •r lit qnnwmn,,h T imLted J,,,n,t anu•,..rl 1,al An:11 . N.- Nl!v 11111 II DEC. 20. 2000 10: 12AM PITKIN COUNIY 111LE Nu. Itio.) r r 1: . 11;1• PM clefoll A of 111n.f .'I t:, -6 In S"Ct I-'n I le 500th Fun- ti6 w-st or •hn b ri, Ill inrlipal M-•i idjon. I-r,(ng friollw f'I! i Y d.:AC I tt•rd 06; F0,I I awt;I Beginning a: A point -)n th•? tlZimman bovnd•: y brtwten Parcel P. ind Lmiating Snowtautin, CVIILer P" Cul , Faraway Ranch Subdivi- fit,in, whvnc,• I uL •pilcort 42 situated In ileid Sec- cinn I b•rvro N. V. 1919.45 friot; thence F. 84-001 W. 44. 50 Coati thence S. 45-001 N. 10.3-82 feet, thence Wevr. 140P52 FfteKi thence N. 456001 W. 35.87 fetut• thence N. 45-00, C. 95.51 feet; thence east 220.77 fattl thence S. 2F-211151• E. 7.44 feet to a point on Ball common bound at y; rhfrrncc S. 450OU' W. 35.77 feet along ciald common boundary to th• point of beginning, containing 18,423 Square feet, more of I Provided, however, that at such time a sand 941,X I b i on: under that P1160.,nt RM 1117777-hu maker's ci I gati in 0'r certain Promissory Fite from Snowmass Center Limited Part- nociiihip payable to Provident Life and AcCidOnt and Insurance Company in the oficiina. pritiCiPall amount of 520150r000 dated October 2, 1979, are in fact paid and ret;red in zull . Benedict Land and Cottle Company, its GUCC06150[b dnd assigns, shall have the right to revoke and terminate said parking and op,!n space easement by recording an affidavit of revocation and termination in the Pitkin County records. 11', on the other hand, Provident Life should acquire record Lyf:Jer to the Existing Snowmass Center Parc-• by lr•1 of fore- clo►liffe or deed in lieu thereof, Said right of revocation shall !,* doomed automatically tecifainoted and of no further force nor effect, and the subject easement shall romain for- ever binding and effoutive. SUBJECT ALWAYS to the express understanding that by its 7_Lco`r_&Tn_g_o_T_rh!s Dead in the Pitkin County retorts. 6nowmiaefir Center Limited partnership shall be deemed to have assumed (and does hereby assume) , for itself and for its zlicoossocir and ,selgrih forever, complete and exclusive responsibility fnr the maintenance, repair and qenoc*J preservation of the above-deaccibed parking and open space easement area ar.,4 for the payment in a timely manner of all costs and citp-risse, incurred from Lime to time in the performance of verb obligations. jO The record owner at owners, from time Lzn Lime, of Par- ral B. Forliwly Ranch Subdivision, shall cu••tirioe to be responfifible Foc the payment of all general taxes and u9sessments levied upon said Parcel B, includliel the poction thereof occupied by the aub3oct allotment. GRANTING, OR RVSFRVING, HOWEVER, am rho ease moy be, to Benedict I.And and Cattle Company, its Su0cpGoorlt ani assigns ( including Other authocified usora) forever, perpe•u&J , ron- excliviive pasoments and rights-of-way Eot purposes Of access to n^lqhhnrinq Irindr, and for underground utility Install.-t1on pur- pnri• r, over and accuse; the following described portions or the :lot))• rk Property, to -iLl (J! A 6A font wide strip of coal pcopert,il, locift(,d In Braht- •nq C*n•• r Parrvl , Faraway Ranch Subdivision, Soc- lion 1 , l'owrolihip it, :z,,ovh, I(qnLin 116 Wvcr of th:• Sth Princi- pal ell I )lll n, I'JtKill C0or"(114), F.Nid strip hpinrl Mor.• 'P ..... Il•• 'I if DEC. 20. 2000 10: 12AM PITKIN COUNTY Il Ilt ----------------------- JVU. too) r, y :�•°.1rr,nrr; :: „• 1 oe, • r- un. ... r 1v hdunaaty -f I:x 1•IC ^'.n•- t V r.:• 1 s^••nr" nun l• Pnr if 1 nt Ti ac't 41 xi tear.-•f .•r ?Jr,l 1k•c tc0n + L: .•r• N. 60 ors; . ; i" I:. 1; '.(I, rr•r:t t1��1t•^ S. "5•ll�, r;. !311, 11 re,,.• ; r to,00 1( 9.45 nlonq " non-1:n.1r•nt Ctiryn rn 1;p. Irft havino :• red ids Or 140.00 f••r••r ( the ch,,i,t of which I+r."rs S. 61"25'(19" W. 106.69 fe-t) ro a point an the I.vuthetIy boundary of cho Existinq OnewNass Center Par- cc-1: rh:•n•:•r S. 69030' W. 68.65 fcor Jlong said sollch- t : PC)y hOt•nJary; c''(•nCC N. 45 0011 ' E. 137.77 f^et alonq ��/.••. the wesretly bo•mdary or s0id ParCel ; thence levving Ire u�• ' said wetterly buundaty 1:. 57 feet along a non-tangent ! •,' ,.• curve to the rfaht having a radius Of 200.00 foot ( the chord of which !.Pate N. 72 028'31' E. 33.53 feet); thence N. 45"00' E. 289.05 fePt to the northerly bound- ary of paid Parcel; thence, S. 45 100' F. 60,00 fort along said northerly boundary to the point of beginning. (b) A 24 foot wide strip of real property 20^aced within or adjacent to Existing 3nowfnass Cantor Parer.), 6'atoway Ranch Subdivision, Section 1, Township 10 South, Range 86 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Pitkin County, Colorado, said strip lying 12 foot on either tide of the following described eonterlinet If Beginning at a point on the southerly line of said reraway Ranch Subdivision whence Angle Point 1 of Tract 42 situated in said Section 1 boars N. 51'4j'2r' E. 220.25 feet; thence N. 40.55'41" E. 188.63 feet; thence 55,11 feet along the *cc of a curve to the left having r .. e radicle of 109.67 feet ; the chord of which boars N. 14001.12a" E. 64.16 feet); thence N. 06.54145" E. 139,54 feeti thence 122.89 feat along the are of a curve to f .l the left having a radius of 60.89 feet (the chord of which bouts N. 58'46'n6" N. 103.07 fcet)2 thence S. 71.161524 W. 35.10 feet to the northerly line of said Existing Snowmass Center Pnrcol . ;• _1. COMMITMENT FOR TITLE INSURANCE SCHEDULE A 1. Effective Date: April 13, 2000 at 8:30 AM Case No. PCT14224PR 2. Policy or Policies to be issued: (a)ALTA Owners Policy-Form 1992 Amount$0.00 Premium$0.00 Proposed Insured: Rate: (b)ALTA Loan Policy-Form 1992 Amount$0.00 Premium$ 0.00 Proposed Insured: Rate: STANDARD Tax Certificate: $10.00 3. Title to the FEE SIMPLE estate or interest in the land described or referred to in this Commitment is at the effective date hereof vested in: SNOWMASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 4. The land referred to in this Commitment is situated in the County of PITKIN State of COLORADO and is described as follows: EXISTING SNOWMASS CENTER PARCEL, a replat, as shown on the Faraway Ranch Subdivision, Snowmass Village, Colorado, Gross Parcel Plat, recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Pages 5-6. PITKIN COUNTY TITLE.INC. Schedule A-PGA h01 E.HOPKINS This Commitment is invalid ASPEN.CO. 81611 _ Unless the Insuring 970-925-176n Provisions and Schedules 970-925-6527 FAX A and B are attached. AUTHORIZED AGENT 2 � APPENDIX E — Letters of Authorization I Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission Snowmass Land and Cattle Company 1676 County Road 100 Carbondale, CO 81612 March 22, 2001 Chris Conrad Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Chris: On behalf of the Snowmass Land and Cattle Company,we authorize Design Workshop to act as our representative on the Snowmass Center Redevelopment apple ion. Dale Eubank Snowmass Land and Cattle Company Snowmass Center Limited Partnership C/o Coates, Reid and Waldron 720 E. Hyman Aspen, CO 81611 March 22, 2001 Chris Conrad Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Chris: On behalf of the Snowmass Center Limited Partnership, we authorize Design Workshop to act as our representative on the Snowmass Center Redevelopment application. ick Coates Snowmass Center Limited Partnership APPENDIX F— Resolution 34, Series of 1988 (Employee Housing) Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission y'vl TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 34 SERIES OF 1988 A RESQLUTION ACCEPTING THE DEDICATION OF LBND TO THE TOWN OF. SNOWMASS VILLA.,E AND GRANTING EMPLOYEE HOUSING CREDIT FOR THE FARAWAY RANCH PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT. WHEREAS, the Town Council adopted Ordinance 22 , Series of 1984 approving the Faraway Ranch Planned Unit Development; and WHEREAS, the approval of the project required Mount Baldy Investors, (Applicant) to provide 59 units of restricted housing and 50 seasonal housing units for employees of the Village; and -'t WHEREAS, in exchange for credit for a portion of the required employee housing, the Town of Snowmass Village (Town) desires to acquire Parcel C of the Faraway Ranch Planned Unit Development in order to construct employee housing. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One, The Town shall accept from Mount Baldy Investors, a Colorado joint venture, a conveyance of the fee title to Parcel C, FaraWay Ranch Specially Planned Area, according to the Gross Parcel Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 17 at Page 5 of the real property records of Pitkin County, Colorado, together with perpetual, non-exclusive easements and right-of-way for access and underground utility purposes over and across (1) that certain "Easement 1" as granted and described in the Deed of Easement recorded in Book 254 at Page 545, and (2) that nort+on of the ED foot wide "reserved easement" iD_Y4dztin_a Snowmass Center Parcel , Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area, whic commences at the northerly terminus of said Easement 1, and then continues in a northwesterly direction to a point of intersection with the common boundary between Parcel C and the Existing Snowmass Center Parcel , Faraway Ranch Subdivision; and Section Two. That upon the delivery of such conveyance to the Town and the recording thereof in the Pitkin County, Colorado real property records, Mount Baldy Investors and its successors or assigns in the ownership of all or an o do of a Ranch Specially Planned Area sha_11 _ e deemed automatically, full and-forever re ieve of any obligat on to build 51 mixed emp o ee units as approved on said Parcel C, Faraway Ranch Spec a ly Planned Area (as described on the Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area Final Land Use Plan recorded in Plat Book 17 at Page 4) , which 51 units are hereby acknowledged to include any remaining employee housing commitment or responsibility arising out of The Ridge Condominiums project (Phases I and II) ! and Scotian Thr... That upon the recording of such conveyance to the Town, to Town itself shal,, therepjIter be responsible for truct on o • T, unts o u o r •• units as UW may deters ne to be appropriate on Parcel C1 and e.etien Four. The Town hereby expressly recites and acknowledges that following the recording of such conveyance to the Town, the only remaining employ housing obligations associated with Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Ares are seasonal rooms and the 9 mixed employee unite on Pa N Faraway Ranch Subdivision. It is hereby acknowledged that units shall be provided upon commencement of any construction on Parcel R of the Faraway Ranch B.P.A. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 6th day of June, 1998, by a vote of 7 to 0. TOWN OF SNOWNASS VILLAGE Richard G. Wall ATTEST: Amber Harmon, Town clerk APPENDIX G—Letters of Support Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission Villaagge Market P.O. Box 459 Glenwood Springs, CO 81602 (970) 945.1113 April 27 , 2000 Town of Snowmass Village P . O . Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Town Council , I am writing to you in support of Project #2347 , which is the expansion of the Snowmass Center . This project would make additional space available to the Village Market . This would enable us to expand some of our departments to better serve the needs of the Community . We would be able to expand our variety of merchandise , thus offering customgrs an opportunity to do more of their shopping locally . We hope you will look favorably on Project #2347 to enhance the shopping opportunities at Snowmass Village . Thank you, ..cam John' Buxman Pfesident Snowmass Telluride Edwards