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05-21-01 Town Council Packet TC MKT s a � - oi SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MAY 21, 2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 2:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL DISCUSSION AGENDA Item No. 2: 2:00 - 2:10 INTERVIEW APPLICANTS FOR CITIZEN GRANT REVIEW BOARD -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 (Tab A) Item No. 3: 2:10 - 2:45 WINTER PARKING 2002 (COUNCIL: SEE COLOR CHARTS UNDER TAB K) -- David Peckler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7 (Tab B) Item No. 4: 2:45 — 3:00 TUBE TOWN YEAR-END REPORT -- Doug Mackenzie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No Packet Information Item No. 5: 3:00 - 3:30 PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION REGARDING ANNEXATION PROPOSAL -- Dave Myler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 21 (Tab C) Item No. 6: 3:30 - 3:55 REUDI WATER AND POWER UPDATE -- Mark Fuller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 24 (Tab D) Item No. 7: 3:55 — 4:00 BREAK CONSENT AGENDA Item No. 8: APPROVE COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES OF 05-07-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 26 (Tab E) REGULAR AGENDA Item No. 9: POSSIBLE NAMES FOR PARCEL "N" AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT Joe Coffey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 36 (Tab F) 05-21-01 tc Page 2 Item No. 10: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 04, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF SECOND READING FOR 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 37 (Tab G) Item No. 11: RESOLUTION NO. 22, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ENTRANCE INTO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS WITH THE RURAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY REGARDING TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX DISTRIBUTION AND THE PROVISION TRANSPORTATION SERVICES -- Gary Suiter\Hunt Walker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 52 (Tab H) Item No. 12: RESOLUTION NO. 29, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MARY LOU FARRELL AND DONNA AIKEN TO THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CITIZENS GRANT REVIEW BOARD -- Trudi Worline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . Page 1 (Tab A) Item No. 13: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 74 (Tab 1) Item No. 14: CALENDARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Page 80 (Tab J) Item No. 15: EXECUTIVE SESSION • CONTINUATION OF TOWN MANAGER'S ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REVIEW Colorado revised Statues 24-6-4-2 (3) (a) Snowmass Village Municipal Code Chapter 2, Article 111, Section 2-45 (b) (7) Executive Sessions. Item No. 16: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: May 21, 2001 Agenda Item: Interview applicants for Citizens Grant Review Board/Resolution No. 29, Series of 2001. Consideration of a Resolution appointing Mary Lou Farrell and Donna Aiken to the Town of Snowmass Village Citizens Grant Review Board. Presented By: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Core Issues: The following citizens have submitted applications expressing an interest to serve on the CGRB: • Mary Lou Farrell • Donna Aiken General Info: ■ Both applicants come highly recommended and have been active within the community of Snowmass Village and have had positive influences with organizations they are associated with. ■ Attached Council will find applications for both applicants, along with a general job description. Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that Town Council approve Resolution No. 29, Series of 2001. /djg Memo TO: Town Council FROM: Donna J. Garcia/CGRB Liaison Through Linda Sandels, CGRB Chairwoman DATE: May 17, 2001 RE: Grant Applicants I apologize that Linda Sandels, CGRB Chairwoman and Mary Beth Bassett, Co- Chairwoman are unable to be present. Both Board Members are out of Town. However, I am pleased to be able to recommend Mary Lou Farrell and Donna Aiken to the Citizens Grant Review Board (CGRB). According to Linda Sandels both applicants have been active within the community of Snowmass Village and have had positive influences with the organizations they are associated with. The CGRB highly recommends both applicants and is looking forward to Town Council's decision. � : n you, k , Donna J. Garcia, CGRB Liaison/Records Clerk a - TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CITIZENS GRANT REVIEW BOARD JOB DESCRIPTION Position: Member of Citizens Grant Review Board Length of Term: 3 years Responsible to: Snowmass Village Town Council Meeting Dates: Normally, 2-3 afternoons/week, for approx. 3 weeks in August GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Citizens Grant Review Board consists of seven members, five regular members and two alternates, who shall serve overlapping terms of three (3) years each. The Town Council shall designate the term of each member in the Resolution of Appointment. The Board has the overall responsibility to work in a review and advisory capacity with the Town Council on grant-related matters and issues. The work will fall in several areas: the development of a review process which will facilitate the accomplishment of the plan; acting as an arts advocacy body in all of its activities (including acting as a liaison) to create greater awareness and understanding of the arts; and keeping itself informed as to the current reality, trends and future opportunities in the arts so it can effectively do the above. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: • Attend Board Meetings regularly • Be a team player • Participate actively in decision-making • Become familiar with various non-profit organizations within the Roaring Fork Valley • Be aware of and take all responsibilities as outlined in Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2000 seriously (see attached draft, approved at First Reading). TIME COMMITMENT: Normally, 2-3 afternoons/week, for approximately 3 weeks in August (depending on how many grants there are to review). NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS: All members of the Citizens Grant Review Board shall have some experience in arts, cultural, educational, or community organizations and be full-time residents and registered voters within Snowmass Village. TO APPLY: complete application and/or submit letter of interest to Town Council. P/s h ared/clerk/boa rd s/grants/j obd escr2001 * 3 FROM SUNRISE CARPET CLEANING PHONE NO. : 970 923 6544 May. 16 2001 04:01PM PI TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Citizen Grant Review Board Member Ag—•_– 1 NdnF Vr•GnEt 3$3 '"ocS) ROCIL4 F'em%anen!Resioence?: -�y S rinu`rvlass �+ lea C-tom ST.azIP: Yes No gltn 15— . :arui„„.�.:dres�p ac7.� SloOIP I No of yeera__G'O—.. _ _ _Sr�ouw�us- J. lie c Cmgl(. IS xa!nasl••:Aai;,ay.mareu: Off Phone: Ri to 15-- iZ3 -10333 Fu. � wir. Fiuon: .. � � C�-2 Pex' C�r�.�--ter . 1�...�. c.. �e� a.-✓ Afe you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Ye or No i.isi :is Exrefiance or Educa!ion which may qualih,youlor this posllion: wr-vw� ..� .5 r�e.urn.a..s[ro �Q� Ito nn+,r' �.�{-¢�r. a.MVS WM.t'+1.�. tl.r� �` p +� r wi..��i�•sa� �,1� �pa�./�•M,,,,u.,`.� e+v �V4.�/+.^•a.� �n`^� M /:V—V co 10L Wish to be appointed to this position?: ( l //y �;4...4.4 LL M4n^'-.�M•� �` CAM�MM WY, r� /,Y�.v�'( V u.,A Q 'h i_�ai..-./�•l.a.a.CU�%+.- �tira.""• /� T rt _ ..f".-./'� '{.o \�..L.".r'`.,,r L— t Gamey ^,Cve- !etter or resume is optional. i c;un ,,rvviedge that I am familiar with the qu2llfi0a+:on5, duties and responsibilities of the position for which No: rpp!y'ing and, if appointed. I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as weft as accepting the arPonslb;IItias and cities. li Tignatbre Date netur•� :o: Donna J. Garia. CORB Liaison, Snowmass Village. CO. Box 5010, Snowmass �'il{age, CC 81615, located on the 3rd floor of the Snowmass Center, no later than Wednesday, May 154", 2001 by 5:00 p.nn. y • PMMY!16"61' 04:09M" SRPM TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ..Application f r C10ken Gratnt Review B and Member • :nyaral h , / 9 PeNnfnenlpodaaioa7; i �JrJras• �fJ '.oZ �f�.M- 1C' r' �.8� ���'` ., Yea. No .. . . doAirg Adti,gra: YOM _._. : .ion S� � j 8v-�ih✓. .�, �-�osp, :'.aamui..0:kOillne AO JwYh. S' � I'.YC � .I Offiw PheM: . ' n�.�nyva WdiM;. hoe, : .4.-e.you'Reglstered to vote in Snowmaaa Village: or `No axperience or Eduoatiun which me qualify you for this position, � . !•'vQ yr. ' 1 !r 9 sh'hy co you wlsh to be eppolnied to Pla position?; 1 'P—'P f--Y , e r,e � ce%.-A vq ^Z.�s+vr� t-D Y1 r v L�rl-. 7 n 1 7 /J�I!� yvx 76•x^-�'a �- %Aver letter or resume is optional. I acknowledge that tam famlllar-Mth the,qualifications, duties and responsibass of the position for which I.3m ppplyln and, It appointed, C 7dwilling and able to tyke an oefh'as well ai accepting the :rspcnglb' ,eR aIW duGos .. a. rJ Appiicanrs $Ignatura Oa' ,i. Rmurr. lo: Donne J. Garcia, CGRB Uslson,.Snowmaas Village, Co, Box 4010,,3nowmass village .Co 81615, located on the 3rd'ftoor of the Snowmaaa Center,no later then Wednesday, May 'I8'h,2001 by 6:00 p.m.. Post-R'Fax Note 7671 1 ate w ► I A sren a ti, Phorr• Phone Y •'i ' Fax axe SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 29 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MARY LOU FARRELL AND DONNA AIKEN TO THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CITIZENS GRANT REVIEW BOARD. WHEREAS, Section 8.1 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of all boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council; and WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2000 states that the Citizens Grant Review Board shall consist of not less than five (5) regular members and two (2) alternate members; and WHEREAS, a vacancy occurred with the resignation of Margery Fridstein; and WHEREAS, Two positions are available on the Citizens Grant Review Board; and WHEREAS, the following citizens have expressed an interest to serve on the Citizens Grant Review Board. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Appointments and Terms That the following citizens are hereby appointed to serve: CITIZENS GRANT REVIEW BOARD TERMS Mary Lou Farrell 05/01 —05/03 Donna Aiken 05/01 —05/04 INTRODUCED,READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 21" day of May with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of_in favor to opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. MICHAEL MANCHESTER, Mayor ATTEST: TRUDI WORLINE, Town Clerk OW 6o TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: May 21, 2001 -Agenda Item: Winter Parkin 2002 Presented By: David Peckler and Hunt Walker Core Issues: • Permit prices need to be set for next winter. Come to agreement on the Aspen Skiing Company's ("ASC") request for a Lots B & C parking permit for their employees. • Parking distribution for next winter needs to be agreed to. • Traffic volume that is acceptable/identifiable needs to be monitored. General Info: Council should review the attached AGREEMENT ON PARKING PLAN FOR WINTER 2001/2002 ("Agreement") that sets the prices of parking permits and the distribution of parking spaces within the Town for next winter. The Agreement touches on the highlights of the recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan ("Comp. Plan") and relative agreements reached in Ordinance #9 of 1994, the approval of the ski area expansion onto Burnt Mountain ("Ordin. #9"). Changes to permit pricing and parking distribution may affect traffic volumes on our roads. Doug Mackenzie of the ASC has reviewed the document and finds it acceptable, with the addition of an ASC employee Lots B & C parking permit. The Town's parking revenue for 2001 has been projected to be $244,000 in the most recent budget revision. Council Options: 1. Approve the Agreement. 2. Modify and approve the Agreement. 3. Deny the Agreement. Staff • Permit Sales: Because of last winter's low visits, staff Recommendation: recommends that council keep the existing prices of all the traditional permits. In the winter of 1999/2000 Council raised all permit prices, and in 2000/2001 Council raised the guest permit price to $15 for one week. The ASC should define the limits of their request for their ASC Lots B & C employee parking permit, for it could have impacts on the parking distribution in the lots and traffic volumes on Brush Creek Rd. and Wood Rd. For a review of the permit sales over the last few years, see the attached report on permit sales. i • Parking Distribution: The agreement with the ASC has worked well in the past. The parking distribution and traffic volumes have been considered acceptable, meeting the quality of life goals of the community. Staff recommends that Council support the Agreement as drafted, or with a minor change to accommodate the ASC Lots B & C employee parking permit. We will need to watch the impacts of both the new ASC Lots B & C employee parking permit and the parking for Tube Town on the base lots A, B and C. Attached is a car count from a peak day last winter, Saturday 2/17/2001, and information from a survey on 3/20/01. • Traffic Volume: Staff recommends that we continue to monitor the traffic volumes on Brush Creek Rd. at "Control" (between the wooden skier bridge and the lower entrance to the Snowmass Center) and the Brush Creek Rd. and Wood Rd. intersection. Attached is a report on one-way traffic volume at two locations on Brush Creek Rd S , TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AGREEMENT ON PARKING PLAN FOR WINTER 2001/2002 This agreement is entered into this day of , 2001, by and between the Town of Snowmass Village (the"Town") and the Aspen Skiing Company(the"ASC"). RECITALS The Town and the ASC have agreed to coordinate and share the management of parking operations and facilities within Snowmass Village (the "Village") for the winter season of 2001/2002. The ASC owns the land of the parking areas known as lots "A," "B," "C," and "Two Creeks." The Town owns the land for the parking areas known as lots "Numbered," "Rodeo" and "E." Both the Town and ASC agree to observe the parking and transit goals of the Town's Comprehensive Plan - Ordinance 7 of 1998 (the "Comprehensive Plan"), and the conditions of Ordinance 49 of 1994 ("Ordinance 9"). This parking plan is an effort by both organizations to observe these guidelines and objectives for the betterment of the community as a whole. The Town and the ASC will communicate during the ski season to monitor the traffic and parking activities resulting from this plan. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto agree as follows: 1. This arrangement attempts to comply with the three parking/transit goals and directives of the Comprehensive Plan and Ordinance 9. Agreement on the parking program elements that affect these goals and directives are as follows: The Town and the ASC agree to continue to monitor the traffic volume on Brush Creek Road, Owl Creek Road and Highline Road. In the past, variations have occurred in the traffic volumes on Brush Creek Road and Owl Creek Road, but the variations were not considered significant enough to change the relative"Level of Service" for those roadways as established in the Comprehensive Plan. If the traffic volumes exceed the levels set in the Comprehensive Plan, the Town and the ASC will meet to discuss possible changes to parking fees and parking distribution to bring traffic volumes into acceptable limits. • The Town and the ASC have agreed to the limit of 2,250 parking spaces, as well as, their distribution in the Village. Both parties agree that the allocation of parking numbers is general, and that the flexibility to shift parking spaces between locations is beneficial. The distribution of parking spaces in the Village will be: 1,000 spaces in the Mall area ("Numbered lots"), 390 spaces in East Village ("Two Creeks"), 45 spaces in Parking Lot E ("Divide lot"), 415 spaces in parking lots A, B and C ("Base Village"), and 400 spaces in the Rodeo lot. c op • Parking permit types in this document will be referred to by their historical titles: Day Skier (Day, Weekly, Monthly, and Seasonally,) Day Skier High Occupancy Vehicle (" Day Skier HOV"), Resident, Guest, Employee, Gold Pass, Senior, Merchant, and Disabled. Permit prices will be consistent with the Town's Municipal Code. Variable pricing of Day Skier permits will generally be between $2 and $8 (up to $20 in the Municipal Code.) The price of Day Skier parking permits will attempt to achieve 85% parking utilization of Base Village and Two Creeks lots (as stated in Ordinance 9,) so long as the traffic volumes stay within the parameters set in the Comprehensive Plan. Day Skier HOV permits will be free to vehicles with four or more occupants. Resident 1 permits will be $40. Resident 2 permits will be $75. Resident 3 permits will be $150. Guest permits will be $15. Gold Pass permits will be $300. Senior permits will be $100. Employee permits will be $30 or $50 for a transferable permit. Merchant permits will be five per business. A parking permits access to the various lots is listed below by location. LOCATION PERMITS ALLOWED Numbered Lots 1-3: Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Numbered Lots 4-Lower 5: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Numbered Lot Upper 5: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, Senior, and Time Restricted. Numbered Lot 6: Disabled and Time Restricted. Numbered Lot 7: Disabled, Merchant and Time Restricted. Numbered Lots 8-9: Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Numbered Lots 10-13: Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, Senior, and Merchant. Base Village Lot A: Day Skier (Day, Weekly, Monthly, or Seasonally,) Day Skier HOV and Guest. Base Village Lots B & C: Day Skier (Day, Weekly, Monthly, or Seasonally,) Day Skier HOV, Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Divide Lot: Day Skier(Day, Weekly, Monthly, or Seasonally,) Day Skiei HOV, Employee, Gold Pass, Guest, Resident, and Senior. Two Creeks Lots: Free to All. If Management is Necessary: Day Skier(Day, Weekly, Monthly, or Seasonally,) Day Skier HOV. "Equal Access" to Parking Will Be Applied to All. Rodeo Lot: Free to All. 2. The Town will be responsible for the management, signing, leasing, and maintenance of the parking lots in the West Village known as the Numbered lots, and the Divide lot. 3. The ASC will be responsible for the management, signing, leasing, and maintenance of the Base Village lots, the Two Creeks lots, and the Rodeo lot. 4. Any services provided by one organization to the other for the management, signing or maintenance of the parking areas, such as sanding or plowing, will be compensated on a case by case basis. 5. Each organization will retain the revenues derived from their respective permit sales. I & . 6. The Town and the ASC agree to allow police enforcement of all lots under this general management parking plan and the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, Chapter 8, Article II, Parking Regulations. 7. The Town and the ASC agree to share the operational function at the Rodeo Booths. The Town will staff the entry lane known as the Authorized lane, and the ASC will staff the two lanes used for day permit sales. 8. The ASC will advertise on Ski TV (Channel 16) and local radio to encourage day skiers to utilize public transportation, and inform skiers of limited public parking in the Village during peak periods. 9. Should it appear that the base parking lots will fill, the ASC will post information signs at Highline Road and at the intersection of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road indicating which lots are full. The ASC will also make this information available to the public over the radio and public television. 10. Term. The term of this agreement shall be through and until April 30, 2002 or the closing of the Winter 2001/2002 ski season at the Snowmass Ski Area, whichever occurs first. 11. Default and Dispute Resolution. In the event of any default in performance of any obligations hereunder, within 15 days of any default, the non-defaulting party shall give the other written notice of the default. Afler delivery of notice, the defaulting party shall then have fifteen days in which to cure the default. If the default is not cured within such period, then the non-defaulting party may terminate this agreement after such period. Both parties agree to use reasonable best efforts to informally discuss and attempt to resolve any apparent event of default prior to delivery of notice thereof. The Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado By: Date: Gary Suiter, Town Manager ATTEST: Aspen Skiing Company, Colorado By. Date: Doug Mackenzie, General Manager Snowmass Ski Area ATTEST. 41 . HISTORY OF PERMIT SALES Permit Prices DaySkler Res 1 Res 2 Res 3 Emp 1 Emp"T" Guest Gold Senior 95.96 $19$5 $25 $25 $75 $25 $40 $5 $150 $75 96-97 $0 $25 $25 $75 $25 $40 $5 $150 $75 97-98 $0 $25 $25 $75 $25 $40 $5 $150 $75 98-99 $0 $25 $25 $75 $25 $40 $5 $150 $75 99-00 $0 $40 $75 $150 $30 $50 $10 $300 $100 00-01 $0 $40 $75 $150 $30 $50 $15 $300 $100 Permit Sales DaySkler Res 1 Res 2 Res 3 Emp 1 Emp"T" Guest Gold Senior 95-96 26707 1084 345 28 759 70 11,038 39 40 96.97 0 1036 362 27 755 73 11,637 47 39 97-98 0 1075 376 26 818 73 12,617 49 46 98-99 0 1092 387 28 833 106 11,953 47 39 99-00 0 1005 306 14 797 110 9,201 34 37 00-01 0 988 281 14 744 81 9,092 26 34 Avp.94-95 On 13354 950 296 20 677 73 9363 42 34 Permit Revenues Season DaySkler Res 1 Res 2 Res 3 Emp 1 Emp"T" Guest Gold Senior Total 95-96 $75,243 $27,025 $8,675 $2,025 $18,965 $2,800 $55,187 $5,690 $2,875 $198,485 96-97 $0 $25,801 $9,050 $2,025 $18,875 $2,920 $57,910 $6,940 $2.800 $126,321 97-98 $0 $26,750 $9,400 $1,950 $20,475 $2,895 $63,080 $7,295 $3,375 $135,220 98-99 $0 $27,225 $9,675 $2,025 $20,800 $4,160 $59,748 $6,995 $2,850 $133,478 99-00 $0 $40.235 $22,915 $2,100 $23,040 $4,770 $96,015 $9,700 $3,600 $202,375 00-01 $0 $39,530 $21,075 $2,100 $22,310 $4,070 $136,831 $7,600 $3,375 $236,891 Av9.94-95 On $37,622 $27,432 $11,841 $1,746 $17,845 $3,088 $66,967 $6,853 $2,696 $149,219 TRANSPORTATION DIVISION HIGH SEASON CAR COUNT WINTER 00101 Car Count For Saturday 2117101 $5.00 : President's Weekend A. LETTERED LOTS % Day's Lot's % Lot's % Total Lot# Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity -------------------------------- --------------- ----- --------------- -------------- --------------- A 236 12.6% 220 107.3% 10.5% B 68 3.6% 60 113.3% 3.0% C 137 7.3% 135 101.5% 6.1% D i . $nnE .� E 29 1.6% 45 64.4% 1.3% ------- -------- -------------- -------------- ----- -------------- ------------- --------------- Total 470 25.2% 460 102.2% 20.9% B.TWO CREEKS LOT % Day's Lot's % Lot's % Total Lot# Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity -------------------------------- ------------- ----- --------------- -------------- --------------- Total 384 20.6% 390 98.5% 17.1% C. NUMBERED LOTS % Day's Lot's % Lot's % Total Lot# Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity ------------------------------- ------------- ----- --------------- -------------- --------------- 1 43 2.3% 50 86.0% 1.9% 2 72 3.9% 110 65.5% 3.2% 3 76 4.1% 80 95.0% 3.4% 4 70 3.7% 82 85.4% 3.1% 5 56 3.0% 66 84.8% 2.5% 6 48 2.6% 58 82.8% 2.1% 7 24 1.3% 34 70.6% 1.1% 8 55 2.9% 58 94.8% 2.4% 9 71 3.8% 88 80.7% 3.2% 10 80 4.3% 92 87.0% 3.6% 11 25 1.3% 112 22.3% 1.1% 12 78 4.2% 106 73.6% 3.5% 13 37 2.0% 64 57.8% 1.6% -------------- -------------- ------------- ---- ------------- ---------- ---------- Total 735 39.4% 1,000 73.5% 32.7% D. RODEO LOT % Day's Lot's % Lot's % Total Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity ---------------- ----------- ------------ ----- -------------- -------------- --------------- Total 278 14.9% 400 69.5% 12.4% E.PARKING SPLIT PAID/FREE % Day's Lot's % Lot's % Total Total Total Capacity Capacity Capacity ------------------------ ----------- ---- ----------- ------- ---------- Permit Lots 1,205 64.5% 1,460 82.5% 53.6% Rodeolr.C. 662 35.5% 790 83.8% 29.4% F.GRAND TOTAL= 1,867 100.0% 2,250 83.0% 83.0% J�' TRANSPORTATION DIVISION DAY/DATE:Tuesday 312012001 CAR COUNT SURVEY FORM TOTAL CARS %CAPACITY DAY SKIER FREE DAYSKIERPAID RESIDENT EMPLOYEE GUES GOLD SENIOR ILLEGAL OTHER BASE LOTS A 153 70% 142 11 B 31 52% 7 11 3 2 3 5 C 111 821/6 3 17 81 1 3 6 SUB-TOTAL 295 71% D 0 NA E 31 69% _..._..,;_......:.":. 3 4 8 2 3 11 TOTAL A-E 326 71% 0 155 32 92 16 0 0 9 22 TWO CREEKS 223 57% 223 BASE LOTS 549 65% 223 155 32 92 16 0 0 9 22 % TOTAL 36.5% %BASE•-> 40.6% 28.2% 5.8% 16.6% 2.9% 0.0% 0.0% 1.6% 4.0% TOTAL CARS %CAPACITY DAY SKIER FREE DAY SKIER PAID RESIDENT EMPLOYEE GUEST GOL SENIOR I I EG OTHER N LOTS 1 42 84% 11 9 18 3 1 2 87 79% 10 63 12 2 3 84 105% :! 1 82 1 4 75 91% 40 31 1 1 2 5 57 77% ,.......'.; ., 18 ,` 23 2 1 7 6 36 62% 36 7 25 74% 25 8 50 86% 13 36 1 9 83 94% 33 47 2 1 10 89 97% 7 65 W 11 52 46% 8 21 19 1 1 2 12 64 60% 23 11 29 1 13 61 95% 9 14 37 1 0LOTS 799 80% 0 0 173 265 270 6 3 11 71 % TOTAL 53.2% %#LOT --> 0.0% 0.0% 21.7% 33.2% 33.8% 0.8% 0.4% 1.4% 8.9% TOTAL CARS %CAPACITY DAY SKIER FREE DAY SKIER PAID RESIDENT EMPLOYEE GUEST GOLD SENIOR ILLEGAL OTHER BASENI LOTS 1348 73% 223 155 205 357 286 6 3 20 93 %TOTAL 88.7% f 15.5% 11.5% 15.2% 26.5% 21.2% 0.4% 0.2% 1.5% 8.9% RODEO LOT 155 39% DAY SKIER FREE DAY SKIER PAi RESIDENT EMPLOYEE GUEST GOLD SENIOR ILLEGAL OTHER %TOTAL 10.3% %TOTAL 14.8% 10.3% 13.9% 23.8% 19.0% 0.4% 0.2% 1.3% 8.2% GRAND TOTAL 1,503 67% %TOTAL PARKING SURVEY ON 3120/2001 OF PERMITS BY PERMIT TYPE NUMBERED LOTS SURVEY BY PERMIT TYPE 3/20/01 90 iDOTHERS 60 10 ILLEGALS 70 ®EMPLOYEES IIIISENIORS 60 -I 10 GOLD PASSES v iO DAY SKIERS 50-/ !WGUESTS I O RESIDENTS 40 30 y 20 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 TOTAL CARS PARKED IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 799 VEHICLES BASE LOTS AND RODEO LOT SURVEY BY PERMIT TYPE 3/20/01 250 '0OTHERS ■ILLEGALS 200 ®EMPLOYEES N SENIORS °i DGOLD PASSES 150 1 0 DAY SKIERS '-J■GUESTS 100 L1®RESIDENTS 50 0 A B & D C E TWO RODEO CRKS TOTAL CARS PARKED IN LETTERED LOTS, TWO CREEKS & RODEO WAS 704 VEHICLES L 1S _ PARKING SURVEY ON 3/2012001 OF DAY SKIERS BY LOCATION NUMBERED LOT SURVEY OF DAY SKIER PERMITS BY LOCATION 3!20!2001 4 - - - 3.5 ❑ILLEGALS ❑SENIORS 3 _ ■GOLD PASSES ®DAY SKIERS 2.5 2 1.5 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 j 7 6 9 10 1 11 12 13 TOTAL DAY SKIER PARKING IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 20 VEHICLES BASE LOTS SURVEY OF DAY SKIER PERMITS BY LOCATION 3120101 250 - - DILLEGALS 200 ❑SENIORS ■GOLD PASSES 150 O DAY SKIERS 100 50 0 � A B & D C E TWO I RODEO CRKS TOTAL DAY SKIER CARS IN BASE LOTS& RODEO WAS 462 VEHICLES i _ PARKING SURVEY ON 3/20/2001 OF RESIDENT PERMITS BY ORIGIN NUMBERED LOT SURVEY OF RESIDENT PERMITS BY ORGIN 3/20/01 40 35 - O EMPLOYEE HOUSING O SUBDIVISIONS 30 ■OTHER CONDOS 25 ®CORE PROPERTIES 20 15 lo-- - 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 TOTAL RESIDENT CARS PARKED IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 173 VEHICLES i BASE LOTS SURVEY OF RESIDENT PERMITS BY ORIGIN 3120101 16 14 113 EMPLOYEE HOUSING 12 { IDSUBDIVISIONS j 10 IS OTHER CONDO.S 8 IS CORE PROPERTIESI 6 4 2 0 " A B & D C E TWO CRKS TOTAL RESIDENT CARS PARKED IN BASE LOTS WAS 32 VEHICLES PARKING SURVEY ON 3/20/2001 OF GUEST PERMITS BY ORIGIN NUMBERED LOT SURVEY OF GUEST PERMITS BY ORIGIN 3/20/01 45 40 j JO EMPLOYEE HOUSING 35 IOSUBDIVISIONS 30 - # IMOTHERCONDO.S 25 �� ®CORE PROPERTIES 20 15 I i 10 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 TOTAL GUEST CARS PARKED IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 261 VEHICLES BASE LOTS SURVEY OF GUEST PERMITS BY ORIGIN 3/20/01 i 14 12 OEMPLOYEE HOUSING! f 10 ❑SUBDIVISIONS MOTHER CONDOS i 8 IN CORE PROPERTIES ! 6 --' 4 2 0 a. A B& D C E TWO CRKS TOTAL GUEST CARS PARKED IN BASE LOTS WAS 25 VEHICLES PARKING SURVEY ON 3/20/2001 OF EMPLOYEE PERMITS BY BUSINESS # LOT SURVEY OF EMPLOYEE PERMITS BY BUSINESS 3/20101 90 ■MOUNTAIN REST. 80-/ OASPEN SKI COMP. OOTHER BUSINESS 70 ■MALL MERCHANTS 60-1 ®CORE PROPERTIES 50 _ I 40-/ 30 i 20 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 TOTAL EMPLOYEE CARS IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 265 VEHICLES BASE LOTS SURVEY OF EMPLOYEE PERMITS BY BUSINESS 3120101 70 #,,_ ■MOUNTAIN REST. DASPEN SKI COMP. 60 - ❑OTHER BUSINESS I 50 ■MALL MERCHANTS M CORE PROPERTIES ! 40 , 30 20 10 0 A B C E TWO RODEO CRKS TOTAL EMPLOYEE CARS PARKED IN BASE LOTS WAS 125 VEHICLES do TRANSPORTATION DMSION TRAFFIC COUNTS III.BRUSH CREEK RD PM PEAK HOUR TRAFFIC VOLUME ONE WAY,EAST (OUT BOUND) BRUSH CREEK 0 HIGHLINE RD. BRUSH CREEK 0 CONTROL ONE WAY EAST OUT BOUND ONE WAY EAST OUT BOUND 20-Dec 603 489 285 530 569 621 606 428 599 566 21-Dec 423 477 560 534 _ 545 506 550 690 585 605 22-Dec 343 618 569 595 472 730 696 637 654 23-Dec 687 549 456 749 745 675 P798 24-Dec 584 487 460 _ 442 800 710 700 656 25-Dec 472 486 313 _ 395 627 614 533 457 26-Dec 704 635 424 688 76 813 735 575 27-Dec 711 479 804 871 677 697 28-Dec 712 581 799 834 784 908 29-Dec 700 732 567 815 814 951 897 713 30-Dec 825 751 614 608 924 1,078 884 788 31-Dec 804 755 452 602 912 954 863 696 01-Jan 562 598 328 486 722 761 666 448 577 _ 02-3an B07 652 440 676 930 854 625 554 760 03-Jan 505 534 506 634 552 663 485 546 642 _ 04-Jan 608 487 491 _ 604 683 530 613 504 650 23-Feb 433 566 564 483 605 630 615 24-Feb 646 520 _ 601 659 623 609 596 25-Feb 699 519 _ 555 645 588 691 582 26-Feb 629 557 680 651 576 27-Feb .661 561 _ 583 604 056643 634 28-Feb 607 619 641 704 641 01-Mar 699 600 587 610 592 590 610 02-Mar 542 613 533 636 546 _ 03-Mar 544 602 583 599 659 665 652 04-Mar 637 512 555 580 589 563 672 628 05-Mar 726 642 551 520 564 709 573 598 _ 06-Mar 701 513 534 597 597 585 665 638 07-Mar 705 529 465 493 _ 589 591 606 598 08-Mar 634 715 568 590 674 744 645 645 682 09-Mar 616 627 588 691 670 10-Mar 728 627 611 576 705 695 624 _ 11-Mar 758 599 610 458 688 §3 523 12-Mar 723 672 498 _ 612 742 569 606 ___f4 13-Mar 746 608 650 637 705 721 650 Mar 659 643 544 686 409 685 632 730 470 15-Mar 662 597 542 _ 653 669 579 666 16-Mar 631 654 614 667 551 687 688 670 613 17-Mar 776 616 658 565 485 705 715 607 577 18-Mar 746 527 621 570 508 562 711 626 564 19-Mar 724 684 545 520 662 756 680 608 679 20-Mar 665 532 585 661 798 632 634 674 21-Mar 687 662 437 619 605 698 783 532 659 638 22-Mar 651 564 595 551 754 633 642 593 23-Mar 648 673 607 562 708 742 675 605 24-Mar 733 617 6-69— 9 463 718 714 657 578 25-Mar 881 615 530 450 879 667 600 524 26-Mar 837 554 460 621 813 598 555 668 27-Mar 762 496 655 773 574 687 28-Mar 795 453 - 597 596 842 503 650 623 29-Mar 672 488 592 552 719 507 613 1 583 30-Mar 551 553 596 548 697 613 621 542 31-Mar 647 473 437 636 515 481 AVERAGE 665 589 551 543 581 704 684 668 618 641 AVERAGE OF TEN HIGHEST DAYS- 799 696 607 626 707 1 1 853 789 697 806 oaO Oft APR. 27. 2001 10. 36AM hRE1LlCH MVLER LENNEN CARLISLE NU. 2Jl LAWOMM FREILICR,MYLER,LEnWER& CARLISLE A PARTNC"P MQOO�,MCAP.0.S10RAL 0c(W]RAnoM b1 W$A5eJ1Y.henaN AATTO12 aJ r S ATLuAW 106 Sour(MILL STRM FR=S ma a CAMMZ D MD L MXLZt P.G Surrs 202 ATJOARMA LAM 1.10CRAMMOSrxAx' ASPEN,COLORADO 81611 ROBHQa rYUnN P.C. I uvROYRr 11X17!0L An=PJ � FnCSAm,E Juotnau G.CAALSLt,B+C. (970)910.6159 s'e>?Ipo+J.moons.■.e. s.XL wguE TELEPHONE LYUF foots. (970)M1018 Wansep,p.a•.w.a• �Ta�wsysasu,ama f90{AFl J.LAXWL AX7 JV04Mi Minn.AX? JOM 8.6i.OM.AA December 12,2000 T. Michael Manchester,Mayor Town of Snowmass Village P.O.Box 5010 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 Dear Michael: I'm writing on behalf of David Bonderman and Laurie Michaels who, through various entities, own Homestead I in Wildcat Ranch,Lots 2,3 and 4 of the Cory Point Ridge Subdivision and all of the Lots (1-5) of the Cougar Canyon Subdivision. The Cozy Point Ridge lots and the Cougar Canyon Subdivision comprise 1113 acres in total. The Cozy Point Ridge lots average 53 acres in size and all of the lots in the Cougar Canyon Subdivision exceed 160 acres in size. I have enclosed a Location Map which illustrates all of the lots their physical relationship to the Town of Snowmass Village. Homestead I is,of course,located within the Town of Snowmass Village and is contiguous to both the Cozy Point Ridge lots and the Cougar Canyon Subdivision. The Bonderman's would like to explore with the Town Council the possibility of annexing the Cozy Point Ridge lots and the Cougar Canyon Subdivision so that all of their land holdings are governed by the same jurisdiction. Adequate contiguity exists and we believe that there is a sufficient community of interest to justify such an annexation. In proposing annexation we do not expect to request any change to the low density, environmentally sensitive land uses which were approved byPitkinCounry and,inparticular,would expect that the carefully crafted environmental and wildlife protections.required by Pitkin County would remain in effect. We expect that all roads and infra-structure will remain private and thus the Town would assume no responsibility for maintenance and repair. We also expect that in the annexation process, we will identify and address appropriate mitigation and public benefit do AFR. 27. 2001 10:36AM FREILICH MYLER LEITNER CARLISLE NQ 251 F. nMdCB.MYLER,LM TMM&CwRL7 U T. Michael Manchester December 12,2000 Page 2 requirements,keeping in mind that the Town will realize an increase in property tax and real estate transfer tax revenues. Based upon our earlier discussion,I would appreciate it if you would alert the other Council Members of the Bondermans'interest in exploring annexation and,if there is sufficient interest on the part of those Council Members, that you arrange for a work session or other appropriate opportunity to discuss the matter in more detail. In the meantime, should you have questions or desire any additional information,please do not hesitate to call. Very Truly Yours, FREILICH,MYLER.LEnMR&t CARLISLE By:0�Z� . David 1.Mylea DJM:ag cc: David Bonderman and Lauri Michaels II � • r- 1 � v\ H o t w�.SYtd Nor: P[ �%,�i +� `` .. ice ^•`� ���( i• W Y •7• lek 1: r ° IL_• ��i� � F 111 mow` nr4 �E 1 . . • 1�/i �:;� t�=ti ►`�� 1. s 6pW'Maps NalapO\1eD%aroulanTUD0�n00a1,:9M%9 bN(.11.9V%949% To:P,.,4. nal2043 W.Nay 16.1019.M:UAM I Memorandum TO: Town of Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Mark Fuller, Director, Ruedi Water and Power Authority RE: Ruedi Water and Power Authority Update DATE: May 16, 2001 This is to provide you with an update on RWAPA's recent activities and the pending revision of RWAPA's Intergovernmental Agreement and funding structure. As you know, RWAPA contracted for 200 acre-feet of Ruedi water last year, thereby fulfilling our long-held goal of obtaining an ownership interest in Ruedi water. Also over the past two years, many of the issues surrounding Ruedi management have made significant progress towards resolution. A broad agreement was reached between the Bureau of Reclamation, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the State of Colorado, aad local and regional water users regarding water commitments to endangered fish species in the "15-Mile Reach" of the Colorado River near Grand Junction. This agreement limits future draws on Ruedi for endangered species and provides some certainty to future flows in the Fryingpan and Ruedi Reservoir levels. At the same time, the City of Aspen's commitment to funding RWAPA operations from revenue generated by the Ruedi Hydro Plant is coming to a close. The original RWAPA funding agreement was premised on revenue being generated above the cost of repaying the Hydro Plant construction bond. When that bond is repaid in 2003, the revenue picture will be fundamentally altered and the Cit-'s dedication of a portion of hydro revenue to RWAPA will come to an end.The RWAI'A Board has been debating the form of a new funding structure for several months in anti4 ipation of the need to replace the revenue stream that the City of Aspen has provide) for the last 15 years. RWAPA will continue to work with the Bureau of Reclamation and other agencies on the status of the endangered species release agreement and other aspects of Ruedi management. For instance, the Bureau of Reclamation is undertaking an Environmental Assessment of the release agreement, which RWAPA will need to monitor and review. At the same time, we have undertaken a number of new initiatives and projects. There include the following: 1. Education and Liaison: RWAPA wants to expand its role as an information source on local water issues and programs. We are scheduling meetings similar to this one with the Boards or Councils of all of our member jurisdictions as the first element of this effort. It is important that elected officials know RWAPA's goals and activities so that we can provide assistance and expertise in appropriate ways. We have also produced a graphic poster and accompanying narrative illustrating Ruedi Reservoir's many obligations and management elements. I will be making a brief presentation centered on this graphic during our meeting. 2. Ruedi Futures Study: RWAPA, the Roaring Fork Conservancy and the Colorado River Water Conservation District have joined forces to pursue new studies on the O9aa.Mapx6aUWp 6uXWXamVaIM3V63yro Oat'.930%3b59(ou9:970%36959 T. pq.rk 13a%3 q 30d.MaY 16.101 9.5513 AM Fryingpan River aimed at providing solid data on the economic, biological and recreational importance of the river. The Conservancy has undertaken a user survey, which will illustrate recreational use patterns on both the river and the reservoir:;This year, we will supplement this effort with a business survey in Basalt to gauge the economic impact of Ruedi and the Fryingpan. The Conservancy is also in the process of engaging a fisheries consultant to assess the impact of flow variations in the Fryingpan on the local trout fishery. This concern has become more urgent witlj the possibility that Ruedi will be tapped to provide water for the Homestake II project at some time in the future. 3. 208 Plan Update: We have been asked by the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments to assist in the revision process for the Regional Section 208 Water Quality Plan in the Roaring Fork Valley. This will involve organizing a number of meetings of local interested parties and agencies and acting in support of NWCCOG in a variety of ways. The 208 Plan is an important cornerstone in maintaining local water quality and involvement in this project marks an important step into regional issues for RWAPA. 4. Leeislative Hotline & Website: We will be working over the next several months to set up a RWAPA website which we expect to become a source of general information on local water issues. As an element of the website, we are researching various sources that we can tap to contribute to a hotline intended to alert local governments, agencies and individuals about proposed legislation or regulation with relevance to local water concerns. This hotline will identify national, state or local policies, bills and regulatory initiatives which might impact local water interests and will provide some local perspective on those proposals. 5. Fundine and IGA Revisions: The original IGA setting up RWAPA dates back to 1981 and is out of date in many respects. The RWAPA Board has been working on revisions to the IGA for several months but has delayed finalizing a revised version until we decided on a new funding formula to replace the City of Aspen's support as noted above. After extended debate, the Board has endorsed an equal-share funding formula which would obligate each member to contribute $3,750 annually to make up the projected $30,000 annual budget. We would like to introduce this matter to our member jurisdictions now and recommend that they include it in their budgets for 2002 as an unfunded line-item with the objective of funding the contribution beginning in 2003 when Aspen's funding will end. We want to get your thoughts on this approach now, incorporate your concerns into a final round of revisions to the IGA and then bring back the IGA, including the revised funding formula, for ratification later this year. I look forward to discussing these issues and others with you. �� ♦ 2 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES MAY 07-2001 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, May 7, 2001 at 4:07 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Robert Purvis, Richard Virtue, Arnold Mordkin COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Robert Vhrin, Senior Planner; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Bill Boineau, Paul Benton, Madeleine Osberger, Bob Johnson and other members of the public interested in the Agenda for this Meeting. DISCUSSION AGENDA Item No. 2: DISCUSSION COMMUNICATION MASTER PLAN Bill Boineau and Paul Benton provided an update on issues relating to the development of a Communications Master Plan. Boineau explained that he has been meeting with Jim Considine, Information Systems Director for Pitkin County, as well as with the State and the Communications Forum, in an effort to develop the Master Plan. He further explained that a Communications Master Plan would consolidate communication sites to certain tower locations, eliminating numerous unsightly towers throughout the Town and County, and providing additional revenue for the Town. Boineau referred to a letter from a Letter of Commitment provided by Considine for the Town to participate in Pitkin County's Request for proposal for telecommunication services, copies of which J�(o go 05-07-01 tc Page 2 will be distributed to Council Members. The purpose of the RFP is to solicit bids to provide connection to the State of Colorado Aggregated Network Access Point as determined by the Multi-Use Network Task Force, to be issues after the State reviews and approves the Pitkin County Network Implementation Plan. Boineau stated that provisions of the proposed 'Beanpole" Act, would allow the State to assist with infrastructure costs in an effort to create one major system throughout the State. Council will review the Letter of Commitment and further discuss the issue at the May 14, 2001 Council Meeting. Boineau will continue to update Council of future progress. Item No. 3: DISCUSSION PARCEL "N" OWNERS CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES UPDATE Joe Coffey, acting as Owner's Representative for the Parcel "N" Employee Housing project, informed Council that a contract has been signed for excavation activities, the sight has been cleared, silt fencing has been installed and construction of the soil-nail wall has begun. He stated that construction has intersected the waterflow of two streams, which is a potential problem. Coffey explained that First Reading of an Ordinance approving the final PUD has been scheduled for Council review at the May 14, 2001 Council Meeting. A contract for the remaining construction will be submitted to Council for approval by May 24, 2001. Coffey will provide Council with updates as necessary. CONSENT AGENDA Item No. 4: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR 04-09-01, 04-16-01, 04- 18-01 CONTINUED FROM 04-16-01 AND 04-30-01 Council member Mordkin made a motion to approve the Meeting Minutes as listed. Virtue seconded the motion. There being no additions or corrections to the Minutes, the motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. REGULAR AGENDA NOTE: The following item was not listed on the Agenda for this Meeting. Item No. 5a: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS There were no Public Non-Agenda items. ;X*2 I 05-07-01 tc Page 3 Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 01, SERIES OF 2001 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND 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 Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 4:39 p.m. The Planning Director stated that all submittal and public notification requirements have been met according to the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. He explained that the Planning Department received a written comment from the owners of Interlude No. 210, stating their opposition to this application. Bob Johnson, representing the Laurelwood and the Interlude homeowners, explained the roofing materials used on neighboring buildings and questioned the need for the proposed retaining wall. Robin Hartzog-Miller, a Sprint representative, explained issues that have been addressed by her company as requested previously by Council. Council and the Sprint representative discussed the site plan. Manchester questioned the purpose, design and materials of the retaining wall depicted on the site plan. Miller explained that the wall would prevent snow from being pushed into that area. She also explained that the exterior materials used would match those on the surrounding buildings. Council discussed roof material, height, and size of the structure and the retaining wall. They requested additional information, including sample building materials and colors, be provided for review before further consideration. Johnson stated his desire for the exterior materials to be consistent with neighboring buildings when future upgrades are made, suggested that the roof of the pool structure be upgraded so that the roof life of both structures are equal, and stated that the landscaping plan is acceptable as presented. The Planning Director outlined the Landscaping Plan. Council discussed the necessity of the retaining wall, and determined that the color, height and texture of the wall need to be further addressed, as well as a plan for long-term maintenance. Council stressed the need for exterior materials to maintain consistency with neighboring buildings during future upgrades. After further discussion, Purvis made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 01, Series of 2001, seconded by Virtue. Mordkin made a motion to table Second Reading of Ordinance No. 01, Series of 2001 until the May 14, 2001 Regular Town Council Meeting. Purvis seconded the motion. The motion to table was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Mayor Manchester closed the Public Hearing at 5:05 p.m. W012 i 05-07-01 tc Page 4 Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION — RESOLUTION NO. 23, SERIES OF 2001 TO RECEIVE COUNCIL COMMENT AND 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 Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 5:07 p.m. There being no comments from the Public, the Public Hearing was closed at 5:07 p.m. Purvis made a motion to approve Resolution No. 23, Series of 2001, seconded by Mordkin. Mordkin made a motion to table the Resolution to the May 14, 2001 Regular Council Meeting, in order that it may be heard in conjunction with Second Reading of Ordinance No. 01, Series of 2001. Purvis seconded the motion. The motion to table was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 7: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF AN ORDINANCE TECHNICALLY AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 01, SERIES OF 2000 CONCERNING OBLIGATIONS OF THE ASPEN SKIING COMPANY ARISING FROM THE APPROVAL OF THE BURNT MOUNTAIN EXPANSION OF THE SNOWMASS SKI AREA RELATING TO A TRANSPORTATION MITIGATION FEE TO CORRECT AN ERROR IN THE RECITATION OF THE MITIGATION FORMULA Mordkin made a motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2001, seconded by Virtue. There being no discussion, the Ordinance was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 8: RESOLUTION NO. 25, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO ENDORSING THE CITY OF ASPEN BALLOT QUESTION AUTHORIZING USE OF CITY OF ASPEN OWNED MAROLT AND THOMAS PROPERTIES FOR A TWO LANE PARKWAY AND SEPARATE TRANSIT LANES Mayor Manchester stated that the election on this issue is to be held on May 8, 2001. Council briefly discussed the principle of Town Council stating support or opposition to proposed issues in other jurisdictions. Manchester explained that 000 05-07-01tc Page 5 Snowmass Village residents, guests and visitors, experience the effect of the Entrance to Aspen on a regular basis, and that the Town is a player in the Rural Transportation Authority (RTA). After further discussion, Mordkin made a motion to approve Resolution No. 25, Series of 2001, seconded by Mayor Manchester. The motion tied and failed by a vote of 2 in favor to 2 opposed. Mayor Manchester and Council Member Mordkin voted in favor. Council Members Purvis and Virtue opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 9: DISCUSSION AND ACTION - RESOLUTION NO. 26, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DESIGNATION OF THE BRUSH CREEK CORRIDOR TRANSPORTATION STUDY (BCCTS) AND THE BRUSH CREEK VALLEY TRANSPORTATION STUDY TRAIL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AS THE STUDIES OR EVALUATIONS RECOMMENDED BY THE STRATEGIC PLAN OF ACTION CHAPTER IN THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN Mayor Manchester provided the recent history of Council/staff discussions regarding the appropriate Council approval process for the BCCTS documents. He explained that the document could be used as a referral doc for transportation issues related to the Brush Creek Corridor. Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner, stated that this Resolution could be used in the future as a reference document, although cannot be used as a basis for land use decisions. After further discussion, Purvis made a motion to approve Resolution No. 26, Series of 2001, seconded by Virtue. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 10: MANAGER'S REPORT Heavy Snow Dav The Public Works Director reported that the recent snowfall on Thursday, May 3, measured approximately 30 inches at the top of Woodrun and Ridge Run. Town Aspiration Statement The Town Manager stated that posters of the Aspiration Statement have been placed in the Council Chambers. The statement was assembled by members of the Village Leadership Forum (VLF), which is made up of members of the community. The statements will also be placed at various locations within the Town. Am 05-07-01 tc Page 6 New Street Names The Town Manager reported that street names are being proposed for the Timbers free market housing area and the Parcel "N" employee housing area. The names proposed were Assay Hill Drive and Timbers Club Drive. Council directed staff to use the designation of "court" if the streets dead-end. Assay Hill Court will be used for Parcel "N". Staff will determine if The Timbers free market housing area access is a court or a drive and designate it appropriately. CIVIL Conference The Town Manager requested that interested Council Members register for the Colorado Municipal League Conference (CML) with the Deputy Town Clerk. In order to avoid late registration fees, he encouraged Council to register before the end of May, 2001. Name That Housing Mayor Manchester requested that staff solicit the public through newspaper notification and organize a contest to name Parcel "N" employee housing and the Timbers employee housing sites. Shuttle Bus Ridership Purvis requested that staff investigate the increase in bus ridership numbers for April in order to determine if the increase was due to the extended ski season. Council discussed the use of dial-a-ride to decrease the number of full-time shuttle buses during the off-season and the use of new technology, which would allow continuous assessment of the bus routes. Council requested that staff determine criteria and investigate the routes to determine if the use of dial-a-ride would be more cost effective during low season. Employee Housing Violations The Town Manager explained that employee housing violations are usually reported to the Town by members of the community or homeowners associations. Staff will proceed by process to notify two homeowners who have been reported to be in violation of the Employee Housing Regulations. Winter Sports Clinic Mordkin commended Town staff and citizens of the community for their assistance provided during the Winter Sports Clinic. NOTE: Mayor Manchester stated that Item No. 12 would be discussed at this time. 05-07-01 tc Page 7 Item No. 12: CALENDARS Change of Meeting Dates Council discussed Meeting dates for the months of June and July and requested that June Meeting dates be set for the 4`h, 11`h and 25`h. July Meeting dates were scheduled for the 91h, 16`h and 23rd. Staff will prepare a Resolution setting the Regular Meeting dates for June and July, 2001. VLF Meetinq Mayor Manchester stated that a Village Leadership Forum Sub-Committee Meeting will be held on Friday, May 11, 2001, 10:30 a.m., to discuss retail in Snowmass Village. He requested that Council Members attend. Item No. 11: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT Fencinci Purvis stated his appreciation to staff for their timely repair of fencing within the Town. Community Park Maintenance In response to an inquiry made by Purvis, the Town Manager explained that Staff will do routine, Spring turf maintenance at the Community Park after the end of Soccer season. Land Use Code\Lighting Regulation Purvis requested that regulation of lighting, sound and signs be more specific in the Town's Land Use Code. Staff will investigate language used by other jurisdictions regarding these items and schedule time on a future Council Meeting Agenda for policy discussion. Sunshine Law In response to an inquiry made by Mordkin, the Town Attorney explained the penalty associated with violation of the Sunshine Law. Droste Litigation The Town Attorney reported that two lawsuits have been filed by Droste against the Pitkin County Commissioners for inverse condemnations, which is a takings claim. A second Complaint includes the Board of County Commissioners, the individual Commissioners in their official capacities, the Town of Snowmass Village and Jim True as the Public Hearing Officer. He explained that the Town is mentioned because it may claim an interest in the 1999 Deed of Conservation a 05-07-01 tc Page 8 Easement. There is no relief claimed and no relief to be granted, therefore, the Town Attorney will seek to have Snowmass Village removed from the case after the Town has been served a Summons. Entryway Sian Mayor Manchester reported that he attended a recent Pitkin County Board of Commissioners Meeting where the Commissioners approved First Reading of an Ordinance amending the Sign Code. The amendment will allow the Board to consider the Town's application for construction of a sign at the intersection of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road. Second Reading is scheduled for May 9, 2001. Brush Creek Trail Manchester reported that he met with the Pitkin County Open Space and Trails Board to discuss funding for the Brush Creek Trail. The Board stated their support for the trail construction, although were hesitant regarding construction of the middle portion without first having obtained easements from landowners at the beginning and end of the trail alignment. The Board agreed to move forward with planning and engineering to the extent their budget would allow. Staff will work toward obtaining the easements from landowners on each end of the trail. A 1041 Hearing is tentatively scheduled for August 28, 2001, which could allow construction to begin during the Fall of 2001. Land Use Code\Hei ht Limits Manchester informed Council that he has requested the Planning Director begin working on language addressing height limits within the Land Use Code. He has been informed by the Planning Director that height limits will be addressed immediately following finalization of current language changes regarding the Sign Code. Upcoming Sketch Plan Reviews The Planning Director stated that the Snowmass Center Expansion Joint Sketch Plan review is scheduled for the June 4, 2001 Council Meeting and the Chapel Expansion Sketch Plan review is scheduled for the June 11, 2001 Council Meeting. Gaunt Memorial The Community Development Director stated that a Memorial and Dedication Service for Kaye Gaunt would be held on Wednesday, May 9, 2001 at the Community Park. A park bench and a tree will be dedicated to in her memory. Gaunt was a 15-year employee with the Town of Snowmass Village. 05-07-01 tc Page 9 Parking Lot B Staging Area The Planning Director reported that a sub-contractor for the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District is using Parking Lot B as a dirt stockpiling area for Summer work on the Mountain. He reported that he has received an application for an Annual Temporary Use Permit from the Aspen Skiing Company which will be processed in the near future. Mordkin stated opposition to allowing construction staging areas within high visibility areas of the Town. AAB/SVRA Summer Activities The Assistant to the Town Manager reported that he met with Linda Sandals of the Arts Advisory Board (AAB) regarding Council's request that the AAB work with staff to increase Summer activities. Sandals suggested providing classical music at the Fanny Hill tent one evening per week. Shanks will meet with members of the AAB and Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA) to further discuss the issue and plan for Summer events. In response to a suggestion made by Virtue, the group will investigate an indoor facility to provide weekly movies. SVRA Information Mayor Manchester informed Council that he has requested a list of SVRA sub- committees, members and a calendar of scheduled SVRA Meeting dates. Item No. 13: EXECUTIVE SESSION • DROSTE VS PITKIN COUNTY AND TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE • TOWN MANAGER'S ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REVIEW At 6:40 p.m., Council Member Mordkin made a motion to convene to Executive Session for privileged Attorney/Client discussions regarding the Droste vs. Pitkin County and Town of Snowmass Village, and to conduct the Town Manager's annual performance review. Virtue seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. At 9:01 p.m. Mordkin made a motion to reconvene the Regular Meeting, seconded by Virtue. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Item No. 14: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Purvis made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Virtue. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 _3Y so 05-07-01 tc Page 10 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 9:01 p.m. Council Member Mercatoris was on approved leave of absence. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk 3cr � V TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: May 21,2001 Agenda Item: Possible Names for Parcel `N' Presented By: Joe Coffey Core Issues: Please select a name for Parcel `N' from the list below. If the Council has a name they would like that is not listed, let's discuss the names and get rid of Parcel `N'! Assay Hill Townhomes BrushCreek Townhomes Mount Daly Townhomes Daly View Townhomes Daly Townhomes Coyote Hollow Townhomes Trailside Townhomes Faraway Springs Townhomes Faraway Creek Townhomes Faraway Townhomes General Info: Council Options: Pick a name! Staff Recommendation: Staff's first choice name is Assay Hill Townhomes. 369- 00 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE -Meeting Date: May 21, 2001 Agenda Item: Second 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: Please note the following changes: 1) The ordinance and PUD Guide have been amended to specify that the multi-family units will be administered in accordance with the Permanent Moderate Housing Guidelines (Chapter 17) of the Municipal Code. 2) The PUD Guide was amended to specify that the use restrictions in Article 10 of the Condominium Declarations may be enforceable by the Town. 3) The Construction Management Plan has been included as part of Exhibit B. 4) A"Declaration of Commitment to Perform Conditions of Approval for Parcel N, Faraway Ranch PUD" has been prepared and attached as part of Exhibit "B" of this ordinance. This is to guarantee completion of the public improvements and to warrantee the work for two (2) years. Staff finds that the applicant sufficiently addressed the review standards and direction given during their Preliminary PUD approval. John Dresser, attorney for the Ridge Condominiums, has been contacted and should be available at the meeting. They have no objections to the Final PUD proposal. General Info: Council Options: 1) Give second reading approval of the ordinance as written or 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 final reading. 3) Deny the application. Staff Staff recommends second reading approval. Recommendation: VV GOD 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 the guarantee that the reauired p li im rovements necessary, for the development shall be completed and that the work includes a two(2)year warranty,shall be a$set forth in the "Declaration of Commitment to Perform Conditions of Ap roval for Parcel N. Faraway Ranch_P�lt) _attached as part of Exhibit "B" of this ordinance WHEREAS, on October 9, 2000, the Town Council, by a unanimous vote of the members present and voting, authorized development on 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 i:v 40 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: 1. The approved sixteen-0 Q) multi-family units shall be constructed solely to be made available for purchase and occupancy by oualified individuals at an affordable price in a Ordance with the Permanent Moderate Housing guidelines specified within Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code 2. 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 837 00 TC Ord. No. 04, Series of 2001 Page 3 the Municipal Code in effect at that time as an amendment to the approved Final PUD Plan. 3. 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. 4. The applicant shall complete all actions ec-� which 'A the GpiRieR of the PlaRAin are necessary to satisfy the 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. 5. 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. 6. 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 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. 0#0 0 TC Ord. No.04, Series of 2001 Page 4 8. Colors and materials shall be in accordance with the materials sample board on file with the Communit _Dev I ment Department 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 Mercatoris,the second of Council Member Virtue, and upon a vote of 5 in favor and 0 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 yl - EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance No.4, Series of 2001 (Page 1 of 3) PARCEL N PUD GUIDE Development Standards Approved Conditlonsk ° Permitted Uses 0,'� ' • 16 Affordable Housing Multi-family dwellings(10 three bedroom units and 6 two bedroom units)2 ♦ Accessory buildings and uses ♦ Home occupations ♦ Commonly-owned,above grade,detached garages for three or more automobiles ♦ Private recreation facilities , ♦ Pedestrian trails Use and Occunanc Restricfions Non-compliance with the use and occupancy restrictions s attached as Appendix A shall be considered as violations r r of the terms and conditions of the Final PUD Plan and s — "' may enforceable by the Town pursuant to Article IV of Chapter 1 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. Minimum Lot 150,392 s.f. Minimum Lot Widfh ^ r� ?" 825 feet Minimum Front Yard p s 45 feet(detached garage) Ti 85 feet(Building A) Minimum Sid 0 feet(detached garage) d 10 feet(Building B) Minimum Rear Yard �', ' ',°r �� 20'(retaining wall) 1, xa 35'(Building A) Maximum Height-Principal Buli, 1 37.5 feet p L 5 Maximum Aelghi'-AccesspryFB'u'll sia 17 feet Minimum Percent of=Open Spa i x 80%1 Maximum Floor Ares �: �a' ` 33,500 sq. ft.(0.22:1), including: r Building 1: 12,000 sq. ft. T, il, Building 2: 15,500 sq. ft. t _ x Carports/Garages/Trash: 6,000 sq, ft. Minimum Number offer ; 47 spaces(1.12 spaces per unit: 2 spaces per two bedroom unit and 3.5 spaces per three P P P P bedroom unit) 1. The percentage of open space has been calculated by deducting that portion of the site that is covered by structures. 2. Use,occupancy and sale of these units shall be in accordance with the Permanent Moderate Housing guidelines specified within Chanter 17 of the Municipal Code. EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance No.4, Series of 2001 (Page 2 of 3) PUD GUIDE APPENDIX "A" (Page 1 of 2) RESTRICTIONS ON USE, ALIENATION AND OCCUPANCY 10.01 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 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. ')b 6XC r NPR RBFaRBtJC'B3 TV 1" /`.� �% Rv" AWD IV 1�F V. TD Tit@ TbrJK IIV ITS pf a►eE ---------------------------------- EXHIBIT"A" TC Ordinance No.4, Series of 2001 (Page 3 of 3) PUD GUIDE APPENDIX "A" (Page 2 of 2) (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 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. _yy _ EXHIBIT "B" TC Ordinance No.4, Series of 2001 (Page 1 of 7 MORRIS Date: May 17, 2001 To: The Town of Snowmass Village From: Paul Broome,Norris and Associates Re: The Town of Snowmass Village, Affordable Housing Project Parcel N Construction Management Plan The total construction duration for the project will be approximately 12 months from the start of Phase Two. We are anticipating starting Phase two of the project by June 12, 2001. The following is a brief description of the project activities: Staging • Staging for the project will be limited until the site has been graded. • We will install a 4' tall orange safety fence around the perimeter of the building site Erosion Control and Dewatering • Silt fencing and straw bails will be placed as directed by Schmueser Gordon Meyer. This work will be completed prior to any mass excavation. Filter trenches will be built to handle any on site ground water and surface drainage water as needed. Clean water will be discharge into the existing ditch along Brush Creek Road. Access Roads and Dust Control • The access to parcel N will be through the adjoining Timbers Project. • Mud racks (a short stretch of roadway with clean fill) will be placed at the exit of our site. • Dust control will be accomplished by using water trucks as needed. Permanent Soil Nailing Walls and Horizontal Drains • A permanent soil nail wall will be constructed per CTL Thompson's recommendations. This wall will have an engineered drainage system to control the ground water. • A separate surface drainage system has been designed by SGM to handle the surface water. Bike Path Retaining Walls • To minimize damage to the existing trees along the bike path, we will construct an MSE shoring wall to raise the path as needed. Building Excavation mow r Const man plan 5-17 Page 1 of 2 BCMI EXHIBIT "B" TC Ordinance No. 4, Series of 2001 (Page 2 of 7) • Some of the excavated dirt will need to be removed tiom the site via trucks. The trucks will leave the site and go down Brush Creek Road to a dumpsite. We will take steps as needed to minimize dirt and debris on the streets. Daily clean up will be done as needed. Building Construction • We will start construction on the buildings after the mass excavation and deep utilities are complete. Hours of Construction and parking control • Working hours will be within the guidelines set for the Timbers Project • All construction parking will be on site =7 MV Const man plan 5-17 Page 2 of 2 BCMI Four-Week Schedule Town of Snowmass V8 Affordable Housing Parcel N Norris and ThASSOCiatro arter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Q ID 8 Task Name Duration Start M Jun Jul q Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr M Jun Jul 1 Start phase one 1 day Mon 423101 efz-Norris 2 Submit for building permit 1 day Mon 5/11!01 I Reno-Smith 3 piu Second reading town council 1 day Mon 521/01 I TOSV 4 93 Install Holy Cross hansfomrer&conduit 4 days Thu 5!17/01 ■ 5 Install storm drain under bike path wall 4 days Mon 521101 ■' Earthworks 6 ® Complete final pricing establish GMP 1 day Fri 525/01 I Weitz-Norris 7 Notice to proceed phase two 1 day Mon 528101 I TOSV 8 Ftnalize coMrect phase two 5 days Mon 528101 TOSV 9 Install bike path MSE retaining wall 8 days Fri 525/01 ! ® Yenter 10 ® Water line 10 days Mon 528101 ® Earthworks 11 Issue buftng permit 15 days Tue 522107 ® TOSV Building Dept. 12 Bike path roadbase&&pave -5 days Wed 6/6101 13 Start phase two 1 day Tue 6/12/01 I Weitz-Norris 14 Clean-up bike path,move fence 1 day Wed 6113/01 15 Open bike path 1 day Thu 6/14/01 I a 16 Install shoring wall/trench drain 30 days Mon 5!7/01 I� Coggtns 17 Sewer system -5 days Mon 6/11/01 _ ' Earthworks A 18 Overiot grading _25 days Mon 521/01 '® Earthworks w z 19 Building excavation - -5 days Mon 625/01 - w •° ''ys III Earthworks 20 Footings 10 days Mon 7I2J01 z1b. y - N 21 Concrete walls 18 days Mon 7/9/01 22 Foundation waterproofing -5 days Thu 82/01 i ® A O 23 lower level floor system 15 days Thu 726/01 ti 24 Badcfill 10 days Thu 8/9101 ® o 0 25 Site utilities,electric,gas,CTV 10 days Thu 823!01 ■ 26 Lower level wags 16 days Thu 8/16/01 ' ` 27 Main level floor system 14 days Fri 9/7/01 ®_ _ 28 Main&upper level wafts 20 days Thu 927/01 29 Roof system 20 days Thu 10/18101 30 Install windows 10 days Thu 11/1/01 _ ■ 31 Dry-in roof 10 days Thu 11/8/01 32 Rough-in HVAC 15 days Thu 11115101 33 Rough-in fire system 20 days Thu 11/8101 34 Rough-in electrical 25 days Thu 11/15107 Schedule Page 1 BCMI Four-Week Schedule Tovm of Snowmass Village Norris and Associates Affordable Housing Parcel N Thu 5/17101 arter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Q ID Task Name Duration Start May Jun Jul Aug Sep I Oct I Nov I Dec I Jan I Feb I Mar I Apr I May Jun Jul 35 Rough4n low voltage systems 10 days Thu 1216/01 36 Rough-in plumbing 30 days Thu 1118/01 L.. 37 Exterior trim 30 days Thu 1116/07 _ 38 Rrwgh4n inspections 2 days Th u 1220/01 i I i 39 Insulation 10 days Mon 1224/01 40 Exterior stone veneer 40 days Thu 1122107 41 Exterior stucco 20 days Thu 1W2 _- 42 Hang drywall 20 days Mon 1/7102 43 Finish drywall 20 days Mon 121102 44 Interior painting 15 days Mon 2111102 45 Install interior doors 15 days Mon 225102 _ 46 Install interior base&case 15 days Mon 3/4102 ® n 47 Install cabinets&millwork 30 days Mon 2/16102 48 Install counter tops 15 days Mon 3/18102 ® n 49 Stain&finish interior materials 20 days Mon 3/18102 i ® m 50 Install appliances 10 days Mon 4/1/02 i A 51 Plumbing trim 20 days Mon 411102 ® a go 52 Electrical trim 20 days Mon 4115/02 ® a y 53 low voltage trim 20 days Mon 4/15102 ® ce �. 54 HVAC trim 20 days Mon 4115102 ® V A 55 Fire system trim 20 days Mon 4/15/02 c 56 Final inspections 2 days Mon 5113/02 0 57 Exterior flatwork 20 days Mon 429/02 58 Install carpet 10 days Mon 5/13/02 I . 59 Substantial completion 1 day Mon 527/02 60 Final punch 15 days Wed 5/15102 ® _ 61 Paving 10 days Wed 522102 62 Final clean 20 days Wed 5/8102 63 Owner occupy 1 day Wed 615/02 nA 64 Landscape irrigation 15 days Wed 529102 - 1 65 Landscaping 20 days Wed 615102 I - Schedule Page 2 BCMI EXHIBIT "B" TC Ordinance No.4,Series of 2001 (Page 5 of 7) DECLARATION OF COMMMITMENT TO PERFORM CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL FOR PARCEL N, FARAWAY RANCH PUD THIS DECLARATION is made this _ day of , 2001, by the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, a municipal corporation (" the Town"). WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the Town 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"); and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Housing Authority submitted to the Town a complete application for Final PUD approval for the development of an affordable housing project on the Property; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance 04, Series of 2001, the Town Council has approved the Final PUD Plan for the Property, subject to certain requirements and conditions which involve the installation and construction of the improvements and landscaping shown on the Plans; and WHEREAS, since the Town will be the developer of the property, the most appropriate way for the Town to guarantee its performance of these requirements and conditions is for the Town to submit this Declaration, rather than for the Town to enter into a Subdivision Improvements Agreement with itself. NOW, THEREFORE, the Town does hereby make the following commitments required to complete the PUD: 1. Guarantee and Warranty. The Town hereby guarantees the installation and payment therefor of all public and private road and trail improvements, all utility lines, storm drainage improvements and storm sewers, and any other improvements described in the Plans that are necessary to serve the Property. The Town hereby warrants all publicly dedicated roads and road improvements and utility improvements constructed or installed for the Property 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 Town agrees to promptly correct any deficiencies in the installation of these facilities in order to meet the requirements of the plans and specifications applicable to such installation. 6 Page 1 of 1 EXHIBIT "B" TC Ordinance No. 4, Series of 2001 (Page 6 of 7) 2. Water Lines and Sanitary Sewer Collection Lines. (a) The Town shall enter into an agreement with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (the "District') 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 Town and/or the District in such manner as the Town and the District may determine pursuant to an agreement between the Town and the District. The Town shall enter into a separate guaranty and warranty to the District for such facilities. 3. Electric, Gas, Telephone and Cable TV Facilities. (a) The Town shall enter into such agreements with Holy Cross Energy 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 Town shall pay the cost of installation of such facilities in accordance with the established fees of Holy Cross Energy. (b) The Town 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 Town shall pay the cost of installation of such facilities in accordance with the established fees of KN Energy. (c) The Town 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 Town shall pay the cost of installation of such facilities in accordance with the established fees of U.S. West. (d) The Town shall enter into such agreements with TCI 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 Town shall pay the cost of installation of such facilities in accordance with the established fees of TO Cablevision. 4. Landscaping and Storm Drainage Improvements. (a) The Town 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. Page 2 of 2 EXHIBIT "B" TC Ordinance No.4,Series of 2001 (Page 7 of 7) (b) The Town 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 Town 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 Town 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 Town agrees that it shall repair or pay for any damage to existing public improvements damaged during the construction of the new improvements. The required repairs shall be made by the Town within a reasonable time after discovery of any claim hereunder. 6. Binding Effect. This Declaration shall be binding upon the Town and shall inure to the benefit of its successors and assigns; provided that purchasers of 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 Declaration. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Norte: A,.So INCLUDe JUe F"AL ),A>NVSd^VF- SI Page 3 of 3 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: May 21, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 22, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ENTRANCE INTO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS WITH THE CITY OF ASPEN AND PITKIN COUNTY AND THE RURAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY REGARDING TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX DISTRIBUTION AND THE PROVISION TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Presented By: Gary Suiter, Hunt Walker and David Peckler Core Issues: Snowmass, Aspen, Pitkin County IGA • One cent sales tax re-distribution • Half cent sales tax re-distribution • Loss of vendor's fee Transit Services Agreement • Cost for service • Service Schedule General Info: Snowmass, Aspen, Pitkin County IGA This Intergovernmental Agreement represents the new sales tax distribution formula as agreed to by the RTA Board and the Elected Officials Transportation Committee. The IGA re-distributes the existing one percent county wide RFTA sales tax and the existing one-half cent county wide transit sales tax. The RFTA sales tax had previously been rebated to the Town to fund our Transit System. With this new agreement, the old formulas will be replaced by this new distribution formula, as reflected in the IGA. Under the new formula, the Town will lose the vendor's fee, which amounts to about $35,000 per year. Council agreed to this concept in the interest of moving the RTA forward. Town staff is budgeting an additional $50,000 as an estimated cash contribution to the RTA, which includes the vendors fee. The total cash contribution to the RTA is budgeted at $100,000. The actual number will not be known until later this year. Transit Services Agreement Prior to the formation of the RTA, the Town and RFTA agreed to have the Town Shuttle provide the RFTA connecting service from the Mall to the Highway 82 .•.sv� ANOP Intercept Lot in the spring and fall off seasons, and half the connecting service in the summer. The value of this service was considered a contribution to RFTA in lieu of cash. When the RTA was approved last fall, the section of Brush Creek Road from Highway 82 to the Mall was considered a part of the RTA's trunk line service. Since the Town had satisfactorily performed the connecting service in the past, the RTA decided to contract with the Town to perform the same connecting service in 2001. The attached Transit Service Agreement is the contract between the Town and the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority for providing the 2001 Connecting Service. TOSV and RFTA staffs have agreed on the scope of services and the costs for service Council Options: 1. Approve Resolution No. 22, Series of 2001 2. Amend Resolution No. 22, Series of 2001 3. Table Resolution No. 22, Series of 2001 and direct staff to renegotiate these agreements 4. Deny Resolution No. 22, Series of 2001 Staff Recommendation: Approve Resolution No. 22, Series of 2001 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 22 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ENTRANCE INTO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS WITH THE CITY OF ASPEN AND PITKIN COUNTY AND THE RURAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY REGARDING TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX DISTRIBUTION AND THE PROVISION TRANSPORTATION SERVICES. WHEREAS,the Rural Transportation Authority(RTA) Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) and the successful November 2000 ballot question to create and fund the RTA commits Pitkin County to contribute a portion of its existing transportation sales taxes to the RTA as its contribution in lieu of new RTA sales taxes; and WHEREAS, this contribution requires that the three jurisdictions (Pitkin County, Town of Snowmass Village and City of Aspen)adjust existing revenue sharing agreements established by earlier IGAs and resolutions; and WHEREAS, the attached new IGA Regarding Transportation Sales Tax Distribution specifies the terms and conditions of the reallocation as agreed upon by all three jurisdictions at public meetings held on September 20, 2000 and March 13, 2001; and WHEREAS, the 2 cent transit use tax is not affected by the RTA creation or by this new IGA; and WHEREAS, the one-percent transit sales tax was approved by County voters in 1983 and was intended to fund transit service in Pitkin County; and WHEREAS,the one-half percent transit sales tax was approved by County voters in 1993 and was intended to fund transit improvements in Pitkin County WHEREAS,the RTA IGA commits an equivalent tax rate from the two Pitkin County sales tax measures of 0.7215 (of the existing 1.5 percent); and WHEREAS, the commitment of existing tax revenues to the RTA requires Pitkin County, the Town of Snowmass Village and the City of Aspen to reformulate the allocation of the remaining one-percent and one-half percent transit sales tax revenues; and WHEREAS, the attached new IGA formalizes this reformulation by dedicating to the RTA 48.131% of the proceeds of the one-cent transit tax (equivalent to a 0.48131% tax rate) and 48.04% of the proceeds of the one-half cent transit sales tax (equivalent to a 0.2402 tax rate); and WHEREAS, the remainder of the one-cent sales tax proceeds will be distributed to The City of Aspen and the Town of Snowmass Village based on the ratio of Aspen to Snowmass Village collections of the orie-cent transit sales tax; and --sy alp Resolution No. 22, Series of 2001 Page 2 WHEREAS, the remainder of the one-half cent sales tax will be retained by the County only to be used for the transit purposes outlined in the 1993 ballot question and the Intergovernmental Agreement among all three parties; and WHEREAS, the Aspen City Council, the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners and the Town Council of Snowmass Village (the"Parties")have previously identified general elements of their Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (the"Plan") which are eligible for funding from the Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax; and WHEREAS, by intergovernmental agreement dated September 14, 1993, the Parties agreed: a. to conduct regular public meetings to continue to refine and agree upon proposed projects and transportation elements consistent with or complimentary to the Plan; and b. that all expenditures and projects to be funded from the County-wide one-half cent transit sales and use tax shall be agreed upon by the Parties and evidenced by a resolution adopted by the governing body of each party; and WHEREAS, by adoption of this resolution, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village wishes to ratify the approvals given at the September 20, 2000 and March 13, 2001 meetings; and WHEREAS,the Town will provide regional trunkline service between the Snowmass Village Mall and the RTA Multi-Modal Facility located at the intersection of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road on an off season basis; an WHEREAS,the RTA will compensate the Town for the provision of trunkline service in the amount of $295,229.00 for the 2001 fiscal year; and WHEREAS,the trunkline service will be provided in accordance with the provisions of the Town of Snowmass Village Transit Service Agreement attached hereto; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desires to approve the entrance into the Transit Service Agreement . Resolufion No. 22, Series of 2001 Page 3 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado as follows: 1. Intergovernmental Agreement Regardinq Transportation Sales Tax Distribution. The Intergovernmental Agreement Regarding Transportation Sales Tax Distribution, Exhibit 1 attached hereto is hereby approved and adopted by the Town. 2. Town of Snowmass Village Transit Service Agreement. The Town of Snowmass Village Transit Service Agreement, Exhibit 2 attached hereto is hereby approved and accepted by the Town. 3. Direction to Mayor. The Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to execute the Intergovernmental Agreements approved by this Resolution on behalf of the Town. 4. Severabilitv. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, on this 21 st day of May,2001 by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on a motion made by Council Member seconded by Council Member and by a vote of_in favor to_ opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk -.Sb do PESO. 01-22 Exhibit•1 Page 1 of 5 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX DISTRIBUTION THIS INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT ("Agreement'), is made and entered into as of this day of 2001, by and among the CITY OF ASPEN, Colorado, a home-rule municipal corporation ("Aspen"), THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, a home-rule municipal corporation ("TOSV"), and the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF PITKIN, Colorado, a body corporate and politic ("County"). RECITALS 1. The Aspen City Council, the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners, and the Town Council of Snowmass Village, are working together to solve common transportation problems. 2. County Resolution No. 29, Series of 1983 provided for a one-cent increase in the Pitkin County sales tax to fund mass transportation, subject to voter approval obtained May 3, 1983. The Resolution also specified a distribution formula between jurisdictions including distributions to Aspen for food tax refunds and maintenance of its mall and to TOSV the amount of the additional one-cent County sales tax collected within the TOSV corporate limits. The Resolution further specified that at least $300,000 annually of the one-cent transit sales tax retained by County should be deposited in its transit capital improvement fund with the remainder deposited in its transit operation and maintenance fund. 3. Aspen Ordinance 24, Series of 1985, TOSV Ordinance 14, Series of 1985, and County Resolution 85-45, collectively, (a) conditionally rescinded Aspen and TOSV one-cent sales taxes in favor of the county one-cent transit sales tax, (b) approved intergovernmental agreements that reaffirmed the County Resolution 29-1983 distribution formula between jurisdictions, and (c) further restricted the one-cent transit sales tax retained by County to be used solely to fund the Roaring Fork Transit Agency("RFTA"). 4. The intergovernmental agreement between Aspen and County forming RFTA, as amended and restated on June 9, 1986, reiterated the one-cent transit sales tax authorized uses and distribution formula between jurisdictions of County Resolution 85-45. 5. Aspen, TOSV and County have previously adopted joint Resolution No. 61, Series of 1993, and Intergovernmental Agreement 93-120 which identified uses for a November 2, 1993 voter-approved County one-half cent transit sales tax and use tax (specifically, implementation of elements of the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan) and specified that all expenditures and projects to be funded with such revenues must first be agreed upon by all three parties as evidenced by a resolution duly adopted by the governing bodies of each party. RESO. 01-22 Exhibit 1 Page 2 of 5 6. Aspen, TOSV and County adopted joint Resolution No. 1, Series of 2000 which establishes a funding commitment to the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority ("RTA") from The one-half cent transit sales and use tax. 7. Aspen, TOSV and County are parties to the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement of September 12, 2000 ("RTA IGA"), which furthers the goals of the above recitals but also affects the uses and distribution of tax revenues listed above. The RTA IGA commits to the RTA an amount equal to the proceeds of a tax rate of 0.7215% from the proceeds of the County one-cent and one-half cent transit sales taxes. 8. Aspen, TOSV and County have collectively decided to meet the RTA IGA commitment with 48.131% of the proceeds of the County one-cent transit sales lax (equivalent to a 0.48131% tax rate) and 48.04% of the proceeds of the County one-half cent transit sales tax (equivalent to a 0.2402%tax rate). 9. On November 7, 2000, voters approved a ballot question authorizing the establishment of the RTA and the parties' participation therein including their commitment of a tax rate of 0.7215% from the proceeds of the County one and one-half cent transit sales taxes. PURPOSE This Intergovernmental Agreement is designed and intended to amend, define and clarify the uses and distribution of revenues from the County one and one-half cent transit sales taxes referenced in recitals 2-6 above so as to implement the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Intergovernmental Agreement of 2000. USES AND DISTRIBUTION OF ONE AND ONE-HALF CENT TRANSIT SALES TAXES 1. The parties agree that the distribution of revenues in this Agreement amends the previous agreements referenced in recitals 2-6 above. 2. The parties agree to amend the County one-cent transit sales tax distribution according to the table below: RTA Aspen/TOSV Total Sales Tax Rate 0.48131% 0.51869% 1.00000% After 48.131% of the sales tax is distributed to RTA monthly pursuant to the RTA IGA, the remainder("Remainder")will be distributed and reported monthly to Aspen and TOSV based on the ratio of Aspen to TOSV monthly collections of the County one-cent transit sales tax. However, at year-end Aspen and TOSV distributions will be recalculated and adjusted using fiscal year collection amounts. The formula below will determine Aspen and TOSV distributions: *�� of Reso. 01-22 Exhibit 1 Page 3 of 5 Aspen distribution= Aspen collections divided by(Aspen plus TOSV collections) times Remainder. TOSV distribution= TOSV collections divided by(Aspen plus TOSV collections) times Remainder. 3. The parties agree that 48.04% of the proceeds of the County one-half cent transit sales tax will be distributed to the RTA pursuant to the RTA IGA and that the remaining 51.96% will be retained by County only for use pursuant to joint Resolution No. 61, Series of 1993, and Intergovernmental Agreement 93-120 (recital 5 above). Thus the County one-half cent transit sales tax distribution is amended as follows: RTA County Total Sales Tax Rate 0.2402% 0.2598% 0.5000% 4. The obligation of County hereunder to distribute a portion of its transit sales taxes to Aspen, TOSV and RTA shall be subordinate to any obligation County has or may have for debt secured by such transit sales taxes. However, County will only issue additional debt secured by the County one-half cent transit sales tax if the maximum annual debt service on all of the debt to be secured by such lax is less than the annual amount of such tax retained by Pitkin County after its payments to the RTA during the immediately preceding year. County will only issue additional debt secured by the County one-cent transit sales tax if(a) such debt is issued for the benefit of Aspen, TOSV or RTA and such party agrees with County that the debt service on such debt may be netted from the payments to be made by County to such party pursuant to this agreement and (b) the maximum annual debt service on such debt is less than the annual amount of such tax distributed to such party during the immediately preceding year. 5. In compliance with County Resolution 29-1983 (recital 2 above) County agrees to first deposit the portion of its one-cent transit sales tax retained for distribution to the RTA in its transit capital improvement fund and transit operation and maintenance fund and then to distribute to the RTA solely for the purposes of such funds. 6. If for some reason the November 7, 2000 voter approval (recital 9) is not interpreted as voter approval of a change in the distribution formula between jurisdictions under County Resolution 29-1983 (recital 2 above), then (a) Aspen agrees that its distribution from the County one-cent transit sales tax pursuant to paragraph 2 above exceeds the required distributions for food tax refunds and maintenance of its mall and that such excess distribution will be used to fund transit service within the City of Aspen previously provided by RFTA, and (b) TOSV agrees that its distribution from the County one-cent transit sales tax pursuant to paragraph 2 above constitutes the full amount of the additional one-cent County sales tax collected within the TOSV corporate limits and against which it has authorized that its contribution to the RTA pursuant to the RTA IGA be netted. —510W 0W MSO. 01-22 Exkiibit 1 Page 4 of 5 MISCELLANEOUS This Agreement may be modified only by written amendment approved by all parties acting separately. If any provision of this Agreement or the application thereof to any person, entity, or circumstance is held invalid, illegal, or unenforceable for any reason, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the Agreement which can be given effect without the invalid provisions or application, and to this end the provisions of the Agreement are declared to be severable. This Agreement is not intended to create any right in or for the public, or any member of the public, including any contractor, supplier or any other third party, or to authorize anyone not a party to this Agreement to maintain a suit to enforce or take advantage of its terms. The duties, obligations and responsibilities of the parties with respect to third parties shall remain as imposed bylaw. Each party represents that it has the specific power and authority to enter into and consummate this Agreement according to law and that it has followed the proper legal procedures to authorize those persons whose names are subscribed below to execute this Agreement and obligates that party to perform this Agreements. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the day and year first above written. CITY OF ASPEN, COLORADO By: ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: Oft do RESO. Q1-22 Exhibit 1 Page 5 of 5 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO By: ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF PITKIN: By: ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: Im1w aw PESO. 01-22 Exhibit 2 Page 1 of 7 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSIT SERVICE AGREEMENT THIS TRANIST SERVICE AGREEMENT is entered into between Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, a Colorado home rule town (hereinafter TOSV) and the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, a political subdivision of the State of Colorado created pursuant to title 43, article 4, part 6, Colorado Revised Statutes (hereinafter the "RTA"). RECITALS WHEREAS, pursuant to title 43, article 4, part 6, Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended, Colorado counties and municipalities are authorized to establish, by contract, rural transportation authorities, which are authorized to finance, Construct, operate and maintain rural transportation systems; and WHEREAS, by Intergovernmental Agreement dated September 12, 2000, the City of Aspen, Town of Basalt, Town of Carbondale, Eagle County, City of Glenwood Springs, Pitkin County, and the Town of Snowmass Village entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement providing for the creation of the 'RTA" as a rural transportation authority pursuant to Colorado RuralTransportation Authority Law, Title 43, Article 4, Part 6, C.R.S., as amended, which Agreement was ratified by the electors of the RTA at the state general election conducted on November 7, 2000 (hereinafter referred to as the 'RTA Intergovernmental Agreement"); and WHEREAS, pursuant to title 29, article 1, part 2, Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended (the 'Intergovernmental Relations Statute"), and article XIV, section 18 of the Colorado Constitution, governments may contract with one another to provide any function, service or facility lawfully authorized to each of the contracting units and any such contract may provide for the joint exercise of the function, service or facility, including the establishment of a separate legal entity to do so; and WHEREAS Section 6.02 (b) of the RTA Intergovernmental Agreement states 'The Authority may enter into contracts with any Member or Person for the provision of transit services in the manner and subject to the terms of the contracts;" and WHEREAS Section 8.04 of the RTA Intergovernmental Agreement states that 'The Authority shall, regardless of the reorganization process, term of the RFTA Transition Period or RFRHA Transition Period or any other event, use its best efforts to assure continuity of existing regional and local transit service and ongoing transportation planning efforts, including, but not limited to, the following: (c) Funding of trunk service up the Brush Creek Road corridor pursuant to a contract between the Authority and the Town of Snowmass Village. 0=06� &IV 1 PESO. 01-22 Exhibit 2 Page 2 of 7 NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual covenants set forth below, the RTA and TOSV hereby agree as follows: L Scope of Services RTA and TOSV agree that TOSV will provide regional trunkline service (hereinafter Connecting Service) between the Snowmass Village Mall (hereinafter the "Mall') and the RTA Multi-Modal Facility located at the intersection of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road (hereinafter the "Multi-Modal Facility"). The Connecting Service shall operate in accordance with the levels of service set forth on the Service Schedule attached hereto and made a part hereof as Exhibit "A." During the term hereof, such Service Schedule may be amended by written agreement of the Executive Director of the RTA and the Director of Transportation of TOSV. II. Vehicles Vehicles used by TOSV to provide transit services pursuant to this Agreement shall be regularly maintained and kept in a good quality, attractive, and safe condition at all times. In the event of mechanical breakdown by a vehicle which results in the removal of a vehicle from service, TOSV shall have a reasonable time during that same day within which to replace the affected vehicle. III. Costs for Service A. The RTA shall reimburse TOSV for all direct and allocated fixed, training, and capital costs, incurred in providing the Connecting Service as set forth on line "B" of the schedule attached hereto and made a part hereof as Exhibit "B" (hereinafter "Base Transit Fee"). B. The Base Transit Fee for 2001 is estimated to be $295,229, based on 3,786 estimated route hours and 69,916 estimated route miles of service (hereinafter "Base Service Level Estimate"). C. The RTA shall reimburse the Base Transit Fee to TOSV in seven monthly installments of $42,175.57. The RTA will remit the first installment to TOSV by June 15, 2001 and the six remaining installments on the 15th of each succeeding month. The RTA will remit the last installment to TOSV by December 15, 2001. � CP3 i 2 PESO. 01-22 Exhibit 2 Page 3 of 7 D. For informational purposes only, TOSV agrees to provide the RTA with a report of actual route hours and miles incurred in the provision of Connecting Service during 2001 by January 15, 2002. IV. Collection of Revenue The RTA and TOSV agree that TOSV shall not collect any fares from regional transit service passengers. The RTA and TOSV also agree that the RTA will retain all fares collected by the RTA from passengers bound to or from TOSV. V. Reports and Audit A. During the period of services pursuant to this Agreement, TOSV shall submit reports on a weekly basis to the RTA indicating the number of passengers that used the Connecting service (hereinafter "Ridership Reports). The Ridership Reports will be prepared substantially in the form as set forth on Exhibit "C", attached hereto and made a part hereof, and will be submitted to the RTA within one week following the week in which the ridership occurred. B. The RTA shall be entitled to cause a CPA of the RTA's choice to audit TOSV's books and records relating to the provision of the Connecting Service hereunder at any time, upon reasonable notice, and from time to time as the RTA deems proper. Such audit shall be at the RTA's expense, except for reasonable TOSV personnel costs. The RTA shall provide TOSV with all reports of such CPA arising from such audit within thirty (30) days following receipt by the RTA. VI. Passenger Complaints Every complaint, concern or suggestion concerning the Connecting Service provided by TOSV shall be responded to as promptly as practicable. TOSV shall maintain a program providing a reasonable opportunity for users of the Connecting Service to render complaints, suggestions, and comments concerning the Connecting Service under this Agreement. TOSV shall provide the RTA with copies of all communications received by customers on a monthly basis, by the 15 h of the month following the month in which they occurred. i wow 3 MSO. 01-22 Exhibit 2 Page 4 of 7 VII. Notice of Accidents and Legal Action A. TOSV shall notify the RTA of any accident concerning the Connecting Service provided pursuant to this Agreement as promptly as practicable. B. TOSV shall give the RTA prompt notice of any suit or action filed and prompt notice of any claim made against TOSV or the RTA arising out of the performance of this Agreement. TOSV shall furnish immediately to the RTA copies of all pertinent pleadings, demands, and papers received by TOSV, upon request by the RTA. VIII. Term The term of this agreement shall commence as of April 25, 2001 and shall terminate on November 17, 2001. IX. Insurance TOSV agrees to obtain and keep in force during the period the Connecting Service is in operation pursuant to this Agreement the insurance coverage described below: A. Workers' compensation and/or employers liability insurance as required under applicable laws, which shall cover all of TOSV'S employees pertaining to TOSV's performance under this Agreement. B. For Transit Year 2001, comprehensive general liability limits as set forth on that Certificate of Insurance dated 3/28/2001 , a copy of which is attached hereto and made a part hereof as Exhibit "D." Such comprehensive general liability limits shall remain in force during this Agreement. TOSV agrees to make the RTA a named insured on all such policies as such policies pertain to TOSV's performance under this Agreement. D. TOSV and the RTA understand and agree that each relies on and does not waive or intend to waive by any provision of this Agreement the monetary limitation (presently $150,000.00 per person and $600,000.00 per occurrence) or any other rights, immunities, and protection provided by the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act § 24-10-101, et seMc ., C.R.S., as from time 4 RESO. 01-22 Exhibit 2 Page 5 of 7 to time amended, or otherwise available to TOSV and the RTA and their officers, agents, or employees. X. Miscellaneous Provisions A. Amendment. This Agreement may only be amended by a written agreement signed by the parties hereto. This Agreement may be amended from time to time by written agreement duly authorized and signed by representatives of the parties hereto. B. Successors. This Agreement shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of any successors to or assigns of the parties. C. Severability. Should any part, term, portion or provision of this Agreement be finally decided to be in conflict with any law of the United States or of the State of Colorado, or otherwise be unenforceable or ineffectual, the validity of the remaining parts, terms, portions, or provisions shall be deemed severable and shall not be affected thereby, provided such remaining portions or provisions can be construed in substance to constitute the agreement that the parties intended to enter into in the first instance. D. Adoption. This Agreement shall be effective on the approval of both the Town Council of TOSV and the Board of Directors of the RTA. E. Notices. All notices, demands, statements, and requests required or permitted to be given under this Agreement shall be served in writing and shall be deemed to have been properly given or served in any event upon actual receipt, whether received or not, two (2) days following the depositing of the same in the United States mail, addressed to a party, first class, postage prepaid, by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, at the address set forth below or at such other address as may be designated in accordance herewith: TO: Town of Snowmass Village c/o Town Manager P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 FROM: Roaring Fork Transportation Authority c/o Executive Director 0051 Service Center Drive Aspen, Colorado 81611 OP 5 RESO. 01-22 Exhibit 2 Page 6 of 7 G. Conformance With Laws. Each party hereto agrees to abide by and to conform to all applicable laws of the Federal Government, the state, and any body corporate and politic having any jurisdiction over the subject matter of this Agreement. Nothing in this section contained, however, shall require any party hereto to comply with any law, the validity or applicability of which shall be contested in good faith and by appropriate legal proceedings. H. Execution of Documents. This Agreement shall be executed in two (2) counterparts, either of which shall be regarded for all purposes as one original. Each party agrees that it will execute any and all deeds, instruments, documents, and resolutions or ordinances necessary to give effect to the terms of this Agreement. I. Waiver. No waiver by either party of any term or condition of this Agreement shall be deemed or construed as any waiver of any other term or condition, nor shall a waiver of any breach be deemed to constitute a waiver of any subsequent breach, whether the same or of a different provision of this Agreement. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as a waiver of any defense or limitation available to either party through the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act (Colorado Revised Statutes § 24-10-101, et.seq., as amended). J. Enforcement. Every obligation assumed by or imposed upon either party by this Agreement shall be enforceable by the other party by appropriate action, suit, or proceeding at law or equity. K. Captions. The captions of the paragraphs of this Agreement are for convenience only and shall not be deemed to be relevant in resolving any question or interpretation or construction of any section of this Agreement. 6 PESO. 01-22 Exhibit 2 Page 7 of 7 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, TOSV and the RTA have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BY: T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY BY: Mary Steinbrecher, Vice Chair ATTEST: (RTATOSV TRANSIT SERVICE AGREEMENT) 7 P,ESO. 01-22 Exhibit A to Exhibit 2 Page 1 of 1 EXHIBIT A SERVICE SCHEDULE 1. April 25, 2001 through June 2, 2001 and September 9. 2001 through November 17, 2001: TOSV shall use two buses operating on half-hour headways to provide Connecting Service between the Mall and the Multi- Modal Facility. Departures from the Mall to the Multi-Modal Facility shall be made at :15 and :45 minutes past the hour from 6:15 a.m. until 12:15 a.m., connecting with RTA regional transit services at the Multi-Modal Facility on the hour and half hour. After 12:15 a.m., TOSV shall make one departure from the Mall at 1:15 a.m. and one departure from the Mall at 2:15 a.m., connecting with RTA regional transit services at the Multi-Modal Facility at 1:30 a.m. and 2:30 a.m. Connecting Service provided by TOSV under this Agreement shall terminate each day at the Mall at approximately 2:45 a.m. 2. June 3. 2001 through September 8. 2001: TOSV shall use one bus operating on on-hour headways to provide Connecting Service between the Mall and the Multi-Modal Facility. Departures from the Mall to the Multi-Modal Facility shall be made at :45 minutes past the hour every hour from 6:45 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. Connecting Service provided by TOSV under this Agreement shall terminate each day at the Mall at approximately 12:15 a.m. 0+q_ 8 rn (n � CAST AuDUrIOr9 sr RolrrE$oR 1001 .Gy+,. 4aPDitr/uDE De�7bER 1,1W 1 MSOJECrSON ON1y Y• 1' Isc M96N s:31e rnos tT Cr MMC. WVK. NWC. NET M1l4RC. N!m fD]3) I TDI r• 19713 RarrE oxT Roi/rT cnsT for 4"46. msT Pet uv. PEa oDSr oDSr wsT PER Toro NET COST PER Psc+1 Ps(x rP (+R N SBNICFMOVIE $32.67 OOSr MA nEVS PSrn i9t PSCA t0.A 3Cx COST COST PSOA PER NOU0. 7633 610.E 1V D7 N R .l 96.719 19.E 521.609 4,071 $131,984 5160.591 51.66 s0 50.00 31.66 "3.W SOnS 5301.138 520+1138 $2.11 23..6 2451b ,.w N 0.OI11E 17 MIR 31.4n 532.013 3.455 5112,663 SiXon Sl.n fp 17.00 41.1) $36.955 W." 517118)0 $111.830 53.35 22.07 342 a b �13 118.W3 99.914 "An 8.310 $273.4% 3N13M 53.69 M $0.00 V." 588.885 $0.15 5430,214 "10.214 53.65 14.30 1.181q PC%RE 14 117.171 43.n6 530.586 2.745 589.689 5130755 51.03 t0` 57,60 41.03 SM.361 50.25 5149.616 5149.616 51.28 42.69 2.68 ID ROUTE IS 43.6n 19737 S13,453 1.9H W.ln sM.6M $i n 10 50.00 %i.n smb% 50.47 591.316 07.316 $2.I3 22.58 2.27 ggRE 16 9.433 10.559 57378 1.651 $53.9]3 $61310 56.50 $D am 0.50 $17.6% Sad) 578.9x9 $)8.9(9 58.37 5.71 0.89 f' RARE t) M.SR 35.654 SO."1 3.976 $94.863 1132.803 s2.9J w W.M $2.93 531,663 SOAI 9143%65 $143.865 53.13 13.28 1.50 O 0.014E IB 41MI KIM WARS 4,5T 5150.167 SITAR M.n m 50.00 76.72 Min $1.17 547,673 S47A23 55.90 9.11 0.61� RDUtEM 0 0 M 0 ION m w lomm IDN /ON& so so omm IDN m omlol 5138-744,6 V6l/f�59MQ 54108 3 J6 $236,S37 M 109 StIOSM7 S213 .W s2m $317,V4 $0.9 $1,522.wl $I-Q2.71 $2.61 1836 1.60 S oa4s 8 976 17,819 $U.46l 2,29 $74.M LM .03 $1.0 S24,159 $OX $11OX7 SIM,807 133 36.13 4.60 0.TA glf9KE0f M,310 x9916 396 SMA74 In .26 .00 V.M W^ 9 $213,064 5313061 $2.n M16 1.09 0 28176 $29.)01 1 $61,M Ml-M3 W.W .00 SOM $20,216 som 101659 SI01 AO O.m 0.00 TOTAL 0)990) 454.147 $317M7 37J611 $1.228.610 51 11 U.M W.W U21 W2295 $D.S7 1918 3 51 2 .R 1661 1A :DIALAPIDE W.W SO _SO 60_00 0_00 Mid4st 1W4 n 8vS/VSMSe P.aa►s R S40/11k1.Mo('aPIW 0.51$4512 VNII'le Pudasa M Tips Pmnt B A 4vallOn d 550,600 a m[11P14n k 0ds 4morL Cmldl RFervex 1999: Trehdq IW!K M(12 a 2)%1351ans Allka Pesase A1boUm "35.161 Mnel C'iC�App9plNbn 51501M 1996 ACflpl 1999 ACTa1••• IOTA) 5585714 e QiS'7/1ME S0.)t 40.6 4M.n6 MA0.4 O]ST/811E f0.T 80313 "5.576 MW.WSrrM 521.51 mom )2.466 MIAG m5TA4l 52819 NOIS4' 36.IA OarA®k5=: FO03)WST/4R 57.95 PA95E4ASHC5 696.866 PDO:D O]STML $1.63 689.628 M05.2% Moral C1M AIp4IPtabn $110.20 197 ADIWL• 2000 PIV6$•••• TOTAL 4515342 640.4 OOST/nIDE m.55 9g1E5 "),"1 eIARG.4057/176£ 0.58 MMES "9.ns 9I414G CO5OISL $2131 $101145 36.517 IAARG COST/wL 528.95 101145 J.834 Cadt114SSe.SS 2001: ED8J m5T/ML 57.91 P� n6.Al FO®COST96L 5975 PAS5>UIGEl5 649.074 AkAal PeSe eAbmUm 5358.241 A 6 Aµ4RPN%bA 1113.906 1998,64713,64^ IOOI RA6ET R k "71.147 9p0G COST/n $0.54 "1113 4NAM 6191IG.COSTA`mE 56.1 MI1ES 451.147 WJG=rT 534.71 X0110.5 36.14 WAG.COSTAL V2.67 1401%15 37,611 PD®msrna nd1 nAS5Be9945 B61•m PD�=A 510.M PA5513Ai0.r MW • 1997.MARG 0057,6`4£YA3lf WVIN Nf111 B8)aP O]LLO6 R15S IFASE PAYME29T, •• 1998:9NRG 035T1 M91i W Y13114 00.19615 WA TNOWASE OF SLOG. •••1999:IMR4 O35TA4 w65r W v6fIX 5%ggFA¢M 5815911:U.3 NAS 0 MW.56410E ALL MY AND 87.4 MS 10 NOME SUNICE M Y. ••••3000 PAS OEUME DUE TD,67013 F h(119 RIDEV6DR4BlT ON U.3.Fp®Wfi/ MptFASE DIIE TO COST MO4FASES OF DUAFM IgU6 M PRON.PAYP0LL AND Vf6R1E5IIITFA6 OE 46%W PA C RTA/TOSV TRANSIT SERVICE AGREEMENT BASE SERVICE LEVEL AND BASE TRANSIT FEE WORKSHEET RnOOOEe6 OpSratlmg Capkal Tebl LSC MODEL Ref.MBei Rew.Henn 4rghla Cos FI%etl Cost taking Coil Rllekun Sub$My S'obsl6y SubsMy - A.gmWSbs/Dial 356,055 31,935 #66*66 $341,58.7 $92,205 $7,000$1,733,983 $399,436$3,123,410 O B. In0ert Ism 69,916 3,786 $172,568 $40,496 $9,{54 $0 $222,519 $72,711 $295,229 G Tnmhg/mist 20,176 I,t90 $81,443 $20,216 ($101,659) $0 $0 $0 D.Tabs 454,147 37,611 1*1118 $40;295 $0 $2,000 111111 547;147 12111* ••Udnq Houn Pow Tninbq ABOOatkn. Cron Ched$1,948,5O2 $101,659 $477,167$1438,669 ••Ushg MBes Pow CapRel Aeeutbn. Minus R 't$1,946,5O2 EXHIBIT B RESO. O1— ANSPORTATION DIVISION Month: JULY Year: 2000 RIDERSHIP STATISTICS Route: RFTA I FXHIRI F C DAY DATEI Transfers I SNMS ASPEN INTERCEPT BASALT EL JEBEL CARBONDALE GLENWOOD Sun 1 0 Mon 1 0 Tue 0 Wed 0 Thu 0 Fri 0 Sat 1 284 151 105 0 14 12 2 0 Total 284 151 105 0 14 12 2 0 Sun 2 298 175 96 4 14 8 1 0 Mon 3 346 189 114 14 18 8 3 0 Tue 4 298 137 117j 5 21 15 3 0 Wed 5 307 169 82 6 351 11 4 0 Thu 6 409 238 121 5 25 14 5 1 Fri 7 309 151 117 7 18 11 5 0 Sat 8 248 115 95 2 24 9 3 0 Total 22151 1174 742 43 155 76 24 1 Sun 9 245 135 80 1 16 13 0 0 Mon 10 263 126 88 6 27 11 3 2 Tue 11 2801 152 90 1 251 8 4 0 Wed 12 2891 146 110 5 131 12 3 0 Thu 13 397 213 138 2 24 15 5 0 Fri 14 256 139 80 3 21 9 4 0 Sat 15 259 125 85 11 14 14 10 0 Total 1989 1036 671 29 140 82 29 2 Sun 16 322 188 101 1 15 11 6 0 Mon 17 353 188 110 7 29 14 5 0 Tue 18 3481 203 113 5 12 10 5 0 Wed 19 4101 207 149 11 32 9 2 0 Thu 20 421 213 146 7 35 16 4 0 Fri 21 304 154 99 6 18 20 6 1 Sat 22 367 165 154 3 20 14 10 1 Total 2525 1318 872 40 161 94 38 2 Sun 23 213 113 77 4 8 6 5 0 Mon 24 340 170 125 8 25 10 2 0 . Tue 25 377 192 123 2 23 34 3 0 Wed 26 3051 153 90 15 30 15 2 0 Thu 27 1 4051 187 150 10 31 171 8 2 Fri 28 1 2881 156 91 0 22 16 3 0 Sat 29 1 2491 124 102 2 11 6 4 0 Total 1 21771 1095 758 41 150 104 27 2 Sun 30 1 0 Mon 31 0 Tue 0 Wed 0 Thu 0 I • Fri 0 Sat 0 Total 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 ALL PASS ISNIVIS ASPEN INTERCEPT BASALT ELJEBEL CARBONDALE GLENWOOD TOTAL 9190 4774 3148 153 620 368 120 7 05/17/2001 10:53 FAX 3035044218 CIRSA IF . 002�p f ss00r3P1�l�1dAI Dn� PRODUCER F;$O. 01-22 THIS CERTIFICATE 16 ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS WillisPoolia Exhibit D NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER.THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOYAMEND, PO Bol 3151119 11 Of 21 1-A EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. laekrille, fl 372 -5101 Exhibit 2 COMPANIES AFFORDING COVERAGE . a COMPANY A IOITILLID II1111mcd C011,111 LETTER INSURED Colorado IBtergore atal LEY ER B Risk Skariag Ageocl ICIISAI COMPANY O 3665 Ckerrj Creek Ttk Drive Dearer, CO 90219 COMPANY D TIL: (303) 151-5415 PAT: 1303) 151-1950 LETTER Tim 0? 301OYIA58 T1LUGI LCEOMMPAANY E THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT P ES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUEDTO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PEAMINDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY RE O IREMENT,TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, HE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN 16 SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS,EXCLUSIONS,AND CONDO TIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. CO POLICY EFFECTIVE POLICY EXPIRATION LIABILITY LIMITS IN THOUSANDS LT TYPE OF INSURANCE POLICY NUMBER DATE AIMAGYI9 DATE IMMMONYI A C RRE AGGREGATE GEFfIl LIABILITY AA11141 01!01/2001 01/01/2002 BODILY COMPAEHENSNE FORM "UURY $ $ LPREMISESIOPERATIONS PROPERTY E%L R N � DAMAGE P ,on, H $ $ PRODUCIS/COMPLETED OPERA DNS E OMBI CONTRACTUAL CBOMBwEO $ $ ' INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS BROAD FORM PROPERTY DA PERSONAL INJURY PERSONAL INJURY $ AU1 bOE LIABILITY AA01141 01/01/2061 01/01/2002 �v $ Er ALL OWNED AUTOS(PRIV. PAS MY (a E N/AY br ALL DINED AUTOS L P�HNIRP N $ r P[A/LOHNII `r HIRED AUTOS PROPa En NON-OWNED AUTOS E DAMAG $ ;' GARAGE LUIBILIV BI 6 PD • {'. COIN&NED $ r'"�. EXCESS LIABILITY UMBRELLA FORM III&PD $ $ OTHER THAN UMBRELLA FORM STATVTORY WORKERS'COMPENSATIO $ AND (EACH ACCIDENT) EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY $ IDISfASEPOLICY LIMN $ (DISEASE-EACH EMPLOYEE) OTHER DESCRIPI T tpp p " 7p NLNKhEmpffok lE MS 1 100a famourelcm er 11Ca 0: SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EX• IOAA[IG POII TIAISPOIT 101 AOTIOBITT PIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING COMPANY WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL DAYS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE LEFT,BUT FAAURE TO MAa.SUCH NOTICE SHALL IMPOSE NO OBLIGATION OR LIABa.TTY , I GOP OF ANY KIND UPON THE COMPANY.ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE Q,4�LcL � 05/17/2001 10:53 FAX 3035044218 CIRSA 10003 R,ESO. 01-22 Exhibit D (2 of 2) to Exhibit 2 COLORADD PROPERTY/CASUALTY INTERGOI rERNMENTAL RISK SHAI JNG AGENCY DESCRIPTION OF COVERAGE * to $ OK per person/$600K per occurrence for liability claims subject to Gove mental Immunity Act; $1.5M claim/occurrence other automobile claim $5M claim/occurrence other liability claims; .$10M per member aggre ate on public officials liability. All coverages subject to aggregate and o er limits. SCHEDULE OF EXCESS LIABILITY CARRIERS 2001 $490009000 EXCESS OF $190009000 NORTHLAND INSURANCE COMPANY POLICY NUMBER AA01140 a 2007 url lteb eltwh Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Donna J. Garcia by May 30 2001 at 5 P.M. Status Report Bullets in Italics have been previously listed May 21, 2001 Town Council / Town Manager Town Manager's Office Activities ■ Assisting with VLF and Forward Plan. Gary Sumer ■ Providing staff support for SVRA effort. ■ Updating personnel policies and performance appraisal ' system. ■ Amending 2001 Budget, report to Council on June 4". ■ Completing annual report. ■ Developing revised job description and performance j standards. Town Attorney AatiVitylStaff Manager Town Attorney Gen.Activities ■ Steve Connor Housing Iff Nanager Status Department Activities ■ Mountain View#1113 was awarded to Rocky and Anna Joe Coffey Huber on May 15,2001. ■ Staff is power washing the M. V. handrails for repainting scheduled for this summer. ■ The first Public Housing Meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., June 7h in the Kerns Room at the Conference Center. A press release and ads will be in the papers soon to solicit public input about the housing program. Parcel N. Employee Housing ■ Construction drawings have been issued and Weitz- Joe Coffey Norris will submit a guaranteed maximum price change order on May 241h. ■ The retaining wall construction has been put on hold until the groundwater is lower. ■ Work will shift to the M.S.E. wall on the lower portion of the site to raise the bike path. ■ The parking platform construction will begin. Finance Finance and Personnel Activities ■ Preparing miscellaneous information for Town Council Marianne Rakowski reports. ■ Working on budget adjustments. ■ Working on Health Insurance renewals. ■ Reviewing draft official statement for Parcel"N" financing. ■ Jack Schroeder to present 2000 Financial Report at June 1 8'h Town reounpil mepling, mom I.S.Update ■ Waiting on Qwest to repair underground line for T-1. Nick Tucker ■ Up grading network devices for use with WAN. ■ Clearing out old hardware. ■ Beginning work on new T.O.S.V. Web Site. Public Works Snowmelt Road/Brush Creek/Highline ■ Developing funding scenarios for Upper Snow Melt road, Hunt Walker TOV Snow Melt and the Roundabout. Snowmass Club Circle Golf Cart ■ Contractor is trying to complete by Memorial Day, "don't Underpass think he will" Village/Parks/Tralls Clean up ■ On going. Public Safety ,AotiVjt�jStaff Manager tteltus I% Police Department Activities ■ The Animal Control Officers have been making the Art Smythe rounds of construction sites and dumpster facilities to ensure compliance with our Wildlife (Bear) Protection Ordinance. So far, we have had only one bear sighting and no problems. 0 We have had preliminary meetings with staff from Jazz Aspen/Snowmass regarding the operational plan for their Spring festival occurring June 21-24. Town Clerk Activiltv[Staff Manager Status Town Clerk's Office Activities ■ Entering all existing files into new central files database. Trudi Wodine ■ Call to Departments for outstanding 2000 Resolutions and Ordinances and attachments. ■ Making preparations for Town Clean-up Day—May l ei. ■ Updating Business License guidelines to include licensing contractors. ■ Municipal Code Book and LUC Supplement Book (Supplement No. 7) updates are available. ■ Preparing to notify local contractors of Business Licensing requirements. ■ Editing and Up-dating Employee's Safety Manual. ■ Compiling labels for all homeowners In T.O.S.V. ■ Mailing LUC and Municipal Code Updates to subscribers. Community Development Department Activity/Staff Manager Status dw LCommunity Development Director ■ Attended BOCC meeting on 05-09-01 regarding sign i Activities code amendment. Craig Thompson Communit Enhancement Projects . • Brush Creek—Seasons 4 ■ May 19 is the Brush Creek Volunteer Planting date. Bernadetle Barthelenghi ■ Detention pond repairs being done 04-30-01. ■ Country Club town homes would like to maintain Brush Creek like town section and partner on a restoration of the stream. ■ Staff met with Country Club town homes for advice on stream. ■ Working on the rest of the park design. Construction will start Mid-June. Park Shelter ■ Tamarack Shelter arrives May 8 and construction is Bernadette Barthelenghi underway. Staining and assembly start on 05/14/01. Golf Course Creek Enhancements ■ To date the stream restoration along Brush Creek is Bernadette Barthelenghi becoming a flood control project for town homes. This is does not qualify as a stream restoration project or for an EPA Grant. It is in violation of T.O.S.V. Ordinances. ■ Staff wrote a work program for Ski-Co. ■ Staff recommends withdrawing from the project. ■ Still trying to get this back to a restoration design Watershed Plan ■ Three sites along Brush Creek have been set up for sediment—stream discharge. Creekside, Wood Bridge, and Upper Brush Creek. Sampling and monitoring have been done twice. ■ Still water sampling the dirty sites. Building Height Review ■ Contacting local architects for their comments. Chris Conrad ■ Review Committee may be formed. ■ Antic' ate Planning Commission Review in May, Sign Code Review ■ Town Council should receive Planning Commission Chris Conrad recommendation on June 11 . Plans & Policv Development Lower/Benedict Trail/Greenway ■ Staff will be notifying condominium residents by mail Bernadette Barthelenghi requesting their input. ■ Kick off meeting will be scheduled for May. Bio-Water Assessment ■ Draft report received this week. Bernadette Barthelenghi MISCELLANEOUS ■ Maintenance repairs on the water features have been Benedict Park I done. Bernadette Barthelengh MISCELLANEOUS ■ Staff is waiting on the fence estimates. Fence Bernadette Qeghelenghl - Building Height ■ Tentatively scheduled to commence discussions with the Planning Division Planning Commission June 20'h. fop Lighting ■ Tentatively scheduled to commence discussion with the Planning Division Planning Commission Aug. 1". Greenway Master Plan ■ Larry Green is setting up a monitoring committee for fall Bernadette Barlhelenghi trail opening, monitoring, hiking, and cross country skiing area to learn about wildlife and their habitats. ■ Landscape maintenance contract not quite ready for bidding, per staff is reviewing. Trails Planning ■ Wildlife Meeting to determine the type of monitoring to be Bernadette Barlhelenghi used after fall trail closures is removed. ■ Making revisions to summer trail map;a proof will be forwarded to the Printers this week. ■ The final Master Plan map was reviewed at the Trail meeting on April 10th for comments and concerns. ■ Final Master Plan is ready and submitted to the Forest Service for approval from the Aspen Skiing Company. John Sale was in charge of this task but has been laid off. ■ Brush Creek Trail-staff is revising and looking at cost estimates and revisions. ■ Mountain Biking Event will be happening July 291h, 30h, 315'. Coordinating this with SRAISki Co./Trails Committee. Major Development Review Update Orojectififianager Update Seven Star Ranch ■ Extension granted to July 1 Gary SuiteriSteve Connor ■ Subpoenaed for court appearance regarding Droste lawsuit. Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch ■ Sketch Plan submitted 03-30-01. Plan ■ Staff comments to applicant 05-01-01. Jim Wehistrom ■ Resubmission due 05-21-01. Scheduled for Joint Planning Commission/Town Council meeting 06-04-01. ■ Preparing comments for applicant-to be delivered by week of May 21`t. Base Village Pre-Sketch Plan ■ Will provide supplemental information as needed. Jim Wahistrom ■ Working on draft design standards. Divide/Krabloonik Land Exchange ■ Follow-up Pre-Sketch application/discussion with Jim Wehistrom applicant as needed. - Minor Development Review Update Vpdate Snowmass Chapel Pre-Sketch ■ Sketch Plan submitted 04-20-01. Scheduled for the Joint Jim wahlstrom Planning Commission/Town Council Meeting 06-11-01. ■ Preparing comments for applicant-to be delivered by week of May 218 . Woodrun Place, Unit 51 ■ Approved First Reading by Town Council on April 9 Public Hearing held and Second Reading approved on A ril 16th. Finalized ordinance distribution. County Referral Review ■ W/J Ranch,Tack Barn at Paragon Properties,and the Jim Wehistrom Braun residence-May 2001. 7? Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance Administrative Modifications ■ Snowmass Wafer Sanitation District Employee Housing, Governmental SPA. Lot 8,Wild Oak 1 ■ Building height. Lot 68,Woodrun I ■ Building height constant outside envelope. Special Review/Minor PUD ■ Sprint/Silvertree cell site approved 5/14/01. Amendment Lot 45, Pines ■ Denied. Lot 69, Ridge Run 1 ■ FAR Excise Tax Lot 27,Woodrun 1 ■ FAR Excise Tax. Lot 38 Two Creeks ■ Floor area excise tax application. Pendinu U date Administrative TUP ■ Fun RunMalk Thursday, June 281n approved. ■ Aspen Cycling Club Race,June 6h. ■ Colorado Municipal League. ■ Temporary Use Permit issued. Enforcement Update Affidate Signs at the Mall ■ Photographed signs at the Mall. Jim WshistonvRobert.Voigt/Chris Conrad ■ Evaluating against comprehensive sign,plans, and codes. ■ Completed photographing the additional signage at the Mall. Following up on developing of film and subsequent review. ■ Preparing summary presentation of sign parameters along with examples of existing signs and plans at the mall. Initially presented to the Planning Commission 04- 18-01 with follow-up on 05-02-01. ■ Presenting code language options for sign and a new Comp. Sign Plan for Village Mall to the Planning Commission on 5/16101. Banners At Mall &Along Slopes ■ Mall owners and businesses have been invited to the Sandwich Board Signs May 2nd and May 16th Planning Commission meetings Chris Conrad/Roberf VoigWim Wahistrom regarding sign code. Real Estate "Open House"Signs ■ Real Estate Companies and Board of Realtors are Chris Conrad/Robed VoigWim Wahistrom invited to participate in discussions regarding possible amendments to sign code on May 2nd and to the Planning Gornmission meeting on May 1¢". -78 Entry Columns at Divide ■ Individuals or associations may apply for variance(s), or Chris ConradlRobert voigt Minor PUD Amendment. ■ Owners of lots where entry columns exceed permitted height to receive letter when time permits. Trans ortation Update FrojectriManager Project Update Coordination - Gary Suiter 923-3777 ext. 206 Public Works-Hunt Walker 923-5110 Housing-Joe Coffey 923-2360 Community Development— Thompson/Conrad/Barthelenghi/Ellis/ Stahman/Michele/McIntire 923-5524 Town Clerk - Trudi Worline 923-3777 Finance-Marianne Rakowski 923-3796 Police Chief-Art Smythe 923-5330 -May Packet Calendar Sun Mon Tue 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 fot 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. 8:30— 12:30 T.C. Mtg. VLF Mtg. @ Conf. Center 27 28 29 30 31 HOLIDAY 1 �O � 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. No T.C. Mtg. 4:00 P.M. Planning Commission 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 2:00 P.M. CML CONFERENCE T.C.Mtg. �-fSI PARKING SURVEY ON 3/20/2001 OF PERMITS BY PERMIT TYPE NUMBERED LOTS SURVEY BY PERMIT TYPE 3120101 90 _*' ©OTHERS 60 '+ ■ILLEGALS 7W , ■EMPLOYEES ■SENIORS 60 DGOLD PASSES O DAY SKIERS 50 ■GUESTS 40 „. _ � ,- _ ■RESIDENTS l Jt, Kk 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 9 10 11 12 13 TOTAL CARS PARKED IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 799 VEHICLES BASE LOTS AND RODEO LOT SURVEY BY PERMIT TYPE 3/20/01 250 DOTHERS - ■ILLEGALS 200 _ ■EMPLOYEES ■SENIORS O GOLD PASSES 150 DDAYSKIERS Y4 ■GUESTS 100 .,: ■RESIDENTS 50 ry. 0 A B & D C E TWO RODEO CRKS TOTAL CARS PARKED IN LETTERED LOTS, TWO CREEKS & RODEO WAS 704 VEHICLES PARKING SURVEY ON 3/20/2001 OF DAY SKIERS BY LOCATION NUMBERED LOT SURVEY OF OAY SKIER PERMITS BY LOCATION 3f20r2001 4 _ r{ 3.5 ❑ILLEGALS s. O SENIORS 3-z ■GOLD PASSES ■DAY SKIERS 2.5 i 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1*LOTSWAS TOTAL DAY SKIER PARKING IN NUMBER VEHICLES BASE LOTS SURVEY OF DAY SKIER PERMITS BY LOCATION 3120b1 250 DILLEGALS 200 ❑SENIORS ■GOLD PASSES 150 - - 0 DAY SKIERS 100 50 0 A BBD C E TWO RODEO CRKS TOTAL DAY SKIER CARS IN BASE LOTS & RODEO WAS 462 VEHICLES PARKING SURVEY ON 3/2012001 OF RESIDENT PERMITS BY ORIGIN NUMBERED LOT SURVEY OF RESIDENT PERMITS BY ORIGIN 3/20/01 40 35 O EMPLOYEE HOUSING D SUBDIVISIONS 30 i MOTHER CONDO.S 25-` ■CORE PROPERTIES 15 10 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 TOTAL RESIDENT CARS PARKED IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 173 VEHICLES BASE LOTS SURVEY OF RESIDENT PERMITS BY ORIGIN 3/20/01 16 14 D EMPLOYEE HOUSING 12 O SUBDI VISIONS 10 MOTHER CONDO.S 6 IN CORE PROPERTIES 77 7 6 4 2 Jli 0 A B & D C E TWO CRKS TOTAL RESIDENT CARS PARKED IN BASE LOTS WAS 32 VEHICLES PARKING SURVEY ON 3/2012001 OF GUEST PERMITS BY ORIGIN NUMBERED LOT SURVEY OF GUEST PERMITS BY ORIGIN 3/20/01 45 40 ❑EMPLOYEE HOUSING 35 ❑SUBDIVISIONS 30 MOTHER CONDOS 25 ■CORE PROPERTIES 15 10 5 0 ., 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 TOTAL GUEST CARS PARKED IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 261 VEHICLES BASE LOTS SURVEY OF GUEST PERMITS BY ORIGIN 3120/01 14 12 O EMPLOYEE HOUSING 10 DSUBDIVISfONS MOTHER CONDO.S 8 ■CORE PROPERTIES 4 2 0 A B& D C E TWO CRKS TOTAL GUEST CARS PARKED IN BASE LOTS WAS 25 VEHICLES PARKING SURVEY ON 3/2012001 OF EMPLOYEE PERMITS BY BUSINESS # LOT SURVEY OF EMPLOYEE PERMITS BY BUSINESS 3/20/01 90 ----i i ■MOUNTAIN REST. [3 ASPEN SKI COMP. OOTHER BUSINESS •MALL MERCHANTS 60 -- - -- ■CORE PROPERTIES 20 - --__� 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 TOTAL EMPLOYEE CARS IN NUMBERED LOTS WAS 265 VEHICLES BASE LOTS SURVEY OF EMPLOYEE PERMITS BY BUSINESS 3120101 70 ■MOUNTAIN REST. DASPEN SKI COMP. 60 DOTHER BUSINESS 50 ■MALL MERCHANTS O CORE PROPERTIES 40 _--- 30 20 10 0 A B C E TWO RODEO CRKS TOTAL EMPLOYEE CARS PARKED IN BASE LOTS WAS 126 VEHICLES