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06-04-01 Town Council Packet 000,OT KT (.00, y - ol SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING JUNE 4, 2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 3:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL DISCUSSION AGENDA Item No. 2: 3:00 — 3:30 P.M. 2001 BUDGET STATUS -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . Page 1 (Tab A) Item No. 3: 3:30 -4:15 ROAD IMPROVEMENT FUNDING Hunt Walker. . . . . .Page 8 (Tab B) f CONSENT AGENDA Item No. 4: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR 05-21-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :Page 17 (Tab C) REGULAR AGENDA Item No. 5: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS ' (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION — RESOLUTION NO. 27, SERIES OF 2001 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT FOR THE ASPEN SKIING COMPANY TO ALLOW THE PLACEMENT OF FILL DIRT WITHIN AND THE USE OF PARKING LOTS B AND C AS A STAGING AREA FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL. -- Chris Conrad. . . . . .Page 25 (Tab D) Item No. 7: MANAGER'S REPORT -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . .Page 37 (Tab E) Item No. 8: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT. . . . . . . . . . .Page 42 (Tab F) Item No. 9: CALENDARS. . . . . . . Page 47 (Tab G) 06-04-01tc Page 2 Item No. 10: 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. Memo To: Snowmass Village Town Council From: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Re: 2001 Budget Status Date: May 31, 2001 BACKGROUND This is to provide you with an overview of the current status of the 2001 Budget. As you know, revenues are lower than expected for the 2001 fiscal year. General Fund revenues are projected to be down 5.84%, or $565,737. The major revenue shortfalls were in the categories of sales tax, licenses/permits and fees. Building permit and plan check fees were reduced primarily due to the removal of Snowmass Club Phase II as a 2001 project. Projected expenditures are being reduced by 4.09%, or$340,938, through year- end. In an attempt to balance the budget, some positions were eliminated, recruitment for some positions has been put on hold, expenses have been reduced and revenue sources are being reevaluated. We are also proposing a transfer from the RETT Fund and use of the Economic Reserve. The RETT Transfer to the General Fund was increased by 19.84%, or $116, 894 to cover eligible RETT expenses in the General Fund Landscaping Program. The Economic Reserve is proposed to fund the VLF process, the RTA impact and Summer Activities. These items commit $145,000 of the $378,912 available in the Reserve. The Resolution establishing the Emergency Contingency is attached for your perusal. It requires a super-majority vote for use of these funds. We are showing year-end Funds Available at ($125,619), however, cash flows remain very healthy. BUDGET GOALS Key staff met and established the following goals: • Maximize expenditure reductions, while maintaining the high levels of service. • Priority will be given to those services that provide for the health, safety, and welfare of the community. 0�/ t Budget Memo 5/31/01 Page 2 • Establish a financial goal for balancing the budget. • Reevaluate revenue projections. • Reevaluate provision of services and make operational adjustments. • Address unresolved issues such as RTA contributions, Woodrun Dumpster, and VLF Process. • Identify additional potential revenue sources. 2001 POSSIBLE REVENUE SOURCES Following are some ideas for increasing revenues. Some are being implemented by staff while others will require further discussion by Council. • Eliminate all building and plan check fee waivers to non-profits. • Begin charging for transportation "donated specials". • Charge interest on Account Receivables. • Annex KN Energy gas valve to collect additional franchise fees. • Increase sales tax collection enforcement; e.g. single family vacation rentals. • Special Events Surcharge (e.g. $1.00 per ticket) • Fund Transfers OPERATIONAL ADJUSTMENTS Following are some examples of operational adjustments made by the Departments: • Eliminate deicers and return to using road sand. • Eliminate wildlife summer intern position. • Reduction of payroll line items. • Deferment of Cash Purchases such as office furniture, vehicles, etc. • Cuts in training, travel, consultant and operational line items. • Deferment of sign replacement program. • Reduction of FTE position in Public Works, Road Division ('Y2 summer and ''Y2 winter position) FUTURE POLICY DISCUSSION ITEMS The goal of the ideas listed below would be to diversify revenue sources, thereby decreasing dependency upon a single-season sales tax as a primary revenue source. • Ballot issue to expand allowable RETT uses, extend the term and change the tax rate. • Additional surcharge, per ticket, for Special Events. • Reduce grants and donations, particularly to well-funded non-profits. • Require contractors to obtain a business license. • Enforce sales tax on all short-term rentals (including single family homes) within the Village. • Increase Building Permit Plan Check fees (consistent with others). • Increase property taxes. _a ^ Budget Memo 5/31/01 Page 3 STAFF RECOMMENDATION Council options are as follows: 1) Direct staff to reduce expenditures further. This would, in all likelihood, visibly affect service levels. 2) Wait and see. Often, revenues will 'recover" and expenditures are less than budgeted. If revenues do not materialize, staff recommends using the Economic Reserve to cover the $125,000 deficit. A plan to replenish the Economic Reserve would be developed during the 2002 Budget Process. Council should hold discussions on fiscal policy matters as soon as is practical. Staff recommends Option 2. Detail spreadsheets are attached for your review. Please let me know if you have further suggestions, questions or requests. �� r SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 96 SERIES OF 1989 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY OR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL WHEREAS, the Financial Advisory Board has reviewed the 1989 Revised and the 1990-1991 Proposed Budgets in detail, and found the need for an Emergency Contingency; and WHEREAS, the Financial Advisory Board and Staff recommend that �an Emergency Contingency be established for purposes of needing unexpected costs due to low or no snow ey ars and/or natural disasters; an WHEREAS, the Town Council has reviewed the recommendations of the need for establishing an Emergency Contingency and concurs with the recommendations. NOW, THEREFORE; BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado that: Section One: The General Fund Budget for the Town of Snowmass Village include a Emergency Contingency. Section Two: The Emergency Contingency be funded with additional funds each year until the Fund reaches $600,000. Section Three: The amount of the Emergency Contingency be reviewed annually by the Snowmass Village Financially Advisory Board. Section Four: Funds in the Emergency Contingency be used only by a two- thirds majority vote of the Town Council. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 4th day of December, 1989, by a vote. of 7 to 0. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO J�.?} V Q o' f^ r • TOWN .' o CIfPK :; RICHARD G. WALL, Mayor ;�TTEST: j�a I AMBER HARMON, Town Clerk �•� a � £ � � 882 � � � . g » »»»www w w wwwwwwwwwww w w w w w»» www w ww w ww w w»w w w w ww w w w • w w w»» www w ww w ww w w w Qw w w w ww w w w ww w wwww »ww M w » M w w M w M M M M M wM w ........... w w M Hill 1 { TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL FUND Revenue and Expenditure Breakdown I-»eP.o.r,c.vrworb x 2001 2001 2001 2001 t �.4 PEER BETAS M YABIANCE YARUMM EXELANA71M TAXES $ 5.537.208.00 $ 5.318,124.00 $ (219.084.00) 3.96%Reduced Cty Sales Tax by-0.83%;Twn Sls Tx by-8.05% INTERGOYr REVENUE $ 177.873.00 $ 183,423.00 S 5,550.00 3.12%Incease n DUI grail LCENSESIPERMITS $ 683576.00 $ 463.796.00 $ (219.720.00) -3215%Reduction In buOGrp perrM reverm FEES $ 1,210.458.00 $ 938.429.00 $ (272.029.00) -2247%Reduction In trans pa Ickrg reverere and bu1*g plan lade fees FINES AND FORFEITS $ 44.700.00 $ 49.700.00 $ 5.000.00 11.19% kx, w - n pakkg Ikre revenue CONTRIBUTIONS S 1,112,798.00 $ 1,132.79&00 $ 20.000.00 1.80%Reed AT&T cannamMy alhalamad Mods MISCELLANEOUS $ 323.371.00 $ 321,023.00 $ (2,348.00) -0.73% Inc In kaerea[Hoene.decease In trams sfa fees TRANSFR FROM OTHER FUNDS S 589.086.00 $ 705.960.00 $ 116,444.00 19.84%Trasfer of LarmbeWe poparn vVe dhaes to RETT UW OTHER FINANCING SOURCES $ 51644.00 $ 5.698.00 $ 0.00% SALE OF ASSETS $ 100.00 $ 100.00 $ 0.00% GRAM TOTAL $ 9,684.78&00 $ 9,119,051.00 $ (565.737.00) -5.84% X 2001 2001 2001 2001 DEPARTMENcrigivisioN EB91mm REM= VARIANCE YABIMM TOWN COUNCIL $ 762.561.00 S 770561.00 $ (8.000.00) -1.05%Inc In Musk Tend and Travel budgets TOWN MANAGER $ 244,497.00 S 241.197.00 $ 3.300.00 1.35%Dec In ommillarL dues,travel and 1rahA TOWN CLERK $ 659.097.00 $ 651,397.00 $ 7.700.00 1.17%Dec In aakckq mW cash pedsses FINANCE $ 554,909.00 $ 542.60200 S 12,307.00 222%Dec In conpAw purdmses.payrd k e,sudt and Vakdnp COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT $ 917.9127.00 $ 885.927.00 $ 52.000.00 5.66%Dec In cash pradasea,cWWA nt nlan.peyrd tine aW miss aocwnts PUBLIC SAFETY $ 1.044,332.00 $ 1.010,282.00 $ 34.050.00 326%Dec In Payroll km and ash ptadreaes PUBLIC WORKSIADMIN $ 159,282.00 $ 159,997.00 $ (715.00) -0.45%Ina n advadd ash padmses mW eghs PUBLIC WORKS/ROAD $ 815.12200 S 712,05&00 S 103,054.00 1264%Dec n persanel,d&4cer rew signs)and miso W0DWft PUBLIC WORKSISOLID WASTE $ 429,951.00 $ 396.79200 $ 33,159.90 7.71%Dec In payrof ire OW ash purdmsas PUBLIC WORKS/SHOP S 463.413.00 $ 460,626.00 $ 2,787.00 0.80%Dec In pryrd In PUBLIC WORKSRRANSP $ 1.984,64&00 $ 1.908,35200 S 78296.00 3.95%Dec In p yml fns,veNde gas&w aW mke aocaads PUBLIC WORKSIPARKS.TRAILS.REC $ 298.039.00 $ 275.039.00 S 23,000.00 7.72%Dec In carlract sve,supp/es4mWseapkg and ash p rdmses GRAND TOTAL $ 8,333.771100 $ 7,992,840.00 S 340.938.00 4.09% TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE HISTORICAL SUMMARY ITOTPI��TAX 2000 2000 2001 2001 MONTH GENERATW 1997 im 11*9 2000 2001 VARIANCE VAMANCE 2001 2001 VARLA"CE VAIIfANCX PER GVIERAL LEDGER ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL rsvmm s % llID REVISED $ 96 ................................................................................ D® $ S s 0.00% 3 O.OD% JW-y S 203.705.43 $ 197.379.96 S 189A".09 $ 275.935.64 $ 150.071-46 $ (25964-18) .14.70% S 185.611.00 S 150,071.46 S (35.539.54) -19.15% Fabnmy $ 206,429.50 $ 231,76631 $ 224.107.65 $ 219,443.02 $ 224.56321 $ 5.120.79 2,33% $ 231,512.00 $ 224.563.81 $ (6.948.19) 3.OD% vArch $ 245,657.09 $ 247.641.58 $ 240,03725 $ 243,733.47 S 242.237.54 S 2.495.93) .1.02% $ 257,138.00 3 241.237.54 $ (15,900.46) 6.18% April $ 50.75291 S 72211.13 $ 65.559.95 $ 54,402" $ 46.157.07 $ (8.1453I) .15.00% $ 57,269.00 $ 46,157.07 $ (11,131.93) .19.43% h%Y $ 15.549.15 S 12.307.13 $ 12.529.33 $ I6L05321 $ WMM S (IX532) .10.00% S 19.056.00 S 16,256.89 $ (2.799.11) .14.69% JIM S 42.655.69 S 47.095.67 3 37.145.17 $ 42,7=90 $ 42.722.9D $ O.OD% $ 45.073.00 $ 42722.80 $ (2.350.20) 6.21% July s 66.872.19 S 74.83457 $ 60,957.55 $ 57,707.86 S 57.707.86 S 0.00% S 61.446,00 $ 57.707.86 S (3.738.14) 6.08% ALWAt $ 63.I5I93 $ 66.129.62 $ 61.685.41 $ 59.546.72 S 59.546-72 S 0.00% S 62.8=.00 S 59.546.72 $ (3,27528) -5.21% septu bw $ 42172.31 S 37.751.42 5 38.213.50 S 37.272.61 $ 37.22261 S 0.00% S 39.270.00 S 37=.61 S 2.047-I9) .521% 20.410.00 S 1927333 S 111,753.48 $ 18,200.85 $ I8.20495 $ 0.00% 5 19.205.00 $ 18204.85 $ (I.000.15) -5.21% Nwwrbw s 26.173.60 $ 23,50.65 S 18.922-37 $ 2321814 $ 23216.14 $ 0.00% $ 24.523.00 $ 23216.14 S (1.306.86) -5.33% D®ON S 167.823.45 $ 159.879.39 $ 129.129.27 $ 130.123.03 $ 1310.123.03 $ O.OD% $ 137,467.00 $ 130.123.03 S (7.34197) -5.34% ...... .................... ..................- .................. ..................... .................. ........................ Sob-To1Nk $1,151.651.13 $1.189.853.76 $1.096.705.03 52.090,221.79 51,047.030.78 $ (33.191.01) 3.07% $1.140,412.00 $1.047.031178 $ (93.38122) &19% sonl4millf VwdwFm Rm MIN Le $ 24.636.55 5 26.635.02 $ 25.467.04 S 24.604.26 $ 24.604.26 $ O.OD% S 25.399.00 S 24.604.26 S (764.74) 3.09% Fan PiWn Cly $ 10.420.00 $ 20,420.00 S 10.514.00 $ 10,520.00 S 20.520.00 $ 0.00% S 11,11700 $ 10.520.00 $ (592.00) .5.33% .......... ..................... .............................................. ........................ .................... ............................................ T@Uk $1,186.707.68 51,226.908.78 $1.132.766.07 $1,115,346.05 $1.082.155.04 $ (33,191.01) 4.99% $1,176,913.OD 51.092.155.04 $ (94.751.96) 405% ICOUNTY UMM�TAX 2000 2000 200I 2001 MONTH 1997 1998 im 2000 2001 VARIANCE VAMANCE 2001 200I VARIAN= VARIANCE GENERATED ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL REVISED s % BUDGET ffi S ) $ % .................... ........... ........... .............................................................................................. DacmdAWW" $ s % $ 0.00% $ O.OD% im-y $ 365.10837 S 356.90932 $ 375.230.16 S 349.980.78 S 322495.81 S 27.494.97) .7.95% S 360.48D.00 $ 322.495.81 S (37.984.19) .10.54% FdwwY S 372,379.50 S 418.315.90 S 413AM48 $ 408.553.61 $ 410-31EI3.76 $ I.mls 0.45% 5 420910.00 $ 410.383.76 S (10,426.24) .2.48% March S 456,807.63 $ 442537.08 $ 447.930.07 S 417.66228 $ 422A55.68 $ 5.193.40 1.24% S 430.192.00 $ 422,855.60 $ (7,336.32) .1.71% Aprl S 124,45174 $ 192944.15 $ 154.610.02 $ 253.925.05 $ 130.8363D $ 2IL08876) -15.00% $ 15$56200 00 $ 13093630 $ (27.706.70) .17.49% Ally $ 6264730 $ 98.692A6 S 82433.46 S 98M7.25 $ 84503.52 $ (9"3.73) -10.00% $ 101.287.00 S 88,503.52 S (12793.48) .12.62% AM $ 129.911.68 $ 142542.59 $ 140-458.56 S 165.523.78 $ 165.523.78 $ 0.00% $ 170.490.00 $ 165.523.78 5 (4,966.22) -2.91% JLOY S 193A87.63 $ 21394213 $ 209.145.05 S 194,496.91 S 194.495.91 $ O.OD% $ 200.330.00 $ 194,49891 $ (5,833.09) 4.91% A.001 S 191.046.91 S 25158931 $ 197,467.11 $ 216,976.48 $ 216.976-48 $ 0.00% $ 223.485.00 $ 216.976.48 $ (6,509.5 4.91% swmrm- $ 12920I.48 S 13128133 S 148.93294 $ 144.45721 S 144.45721 $ 0.00% $ 148.791.00 $ 144.457.21 S (4.333.79) -2.91% ocwbw $ 83237.40 $ 85,098" S 94121.94 $ 94,489.05 $ 94.489-05 $ 0.00% $ 97.097.00 $ 94,499.05 S (2.607.95) .269% lima bw S 87.201.54 S 95=.41 % 87.781.00 $ 103,541.11 S 103.541.11 S 0.00% S 106-399.00 S 103541.11 S 2.85729) 4.69% D®#A $ 342.593,61 S 329278.03 S 291.75274 $ 303.1211.58 $ 303.128.58 $ O.OD% S 311,539.00 $ 3103.128.58 $ (4410.42) -2.70% .................. ........................................................................................ TOTALS $2.537.974,79 52.708263.00 52645.229.54 $2.652,072.10 $2.597.688.19 $ (53,397.91) 2.01% 52729,442.00 52.597.68819 $ (131.753.82) .4.83% TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: 6/4/01 Agenda Item: Road Improvement Funding Presented By: Hunt Walker, Marianne Rakowski, and Dean Gordon Core Issues: • Funding Upper Snowmelt Rd., TOV Snowmelt, and the Brush Creek/Highline Roundabout in 2002. • Balancing the use of the Road and Rett Funds. • Level of construction activity. General Info: Introduction The purpose of Monday's meeting is to introduce a potential capital improvement funding scenario for projects to be constructed in 2002 and 2003. Staff understands that making a decision on how to fund over $8,000,000 in capital projects over the next two years could take more than one meeting. However, staff would like Council direction on an approach to funding. Background Beginning with the 2000 Budget, the Town increased the Road Fund Mill Levy from 1.728 mills to 5 mills to create a reserve for reconstructing Upper Snowmelt Road. The increase in the mill levy was intended to produce an additional $3,096,407 to reconstruct Upper Snowmelt Road in 2002. At the last Council Meeting concerning Snowmelt Road, staff presented three Snowmelt Road projects: 1. TOV Snowmelt 2. Upper Snowmelt Road(Elbert Lane to Timberline) 3. The outside road (including the Elbert Lane extension) The Council directed Staff to develop a plan, if possible, to fund the TOV Snowmelt as well as Upper Snowmelt Rd. in 2002. Since Council, at a previous meeting, also directed Staff to construct the Brush Creek/Highline Roundabout in 2002, staff has developed a funding scenario, which includes the Roundabout, Upper Snowmelt Rd., and the TOV Snowmelt. Fund Analysis The General Fund, in an era of declining revenues, only has the capability to fund minimal capital improvements; therefore, staff' eliminated the General Fund as a funding source for any major rqg 00 capital improvements. Although the Rett Fund's first two priorities are Transit Capital and Landscaping/Trail projects, the fund can be used for the "repair and maintenance" of four roads: Snowmelt Road, Brush Creek Road, Owl Creek Road, and Highline Road. Since Rett sunsets in 2006, and since Town Core Transit projects (whether at the Mall, Base Village, or both) are still unknown, Staff recommends preserving a healthy Undesignated Reserve in RETT. At the end of 2002, the Undesignated Reserve is projected to be $4,080,024, and at the end of 2006 it is projected to be $8,555,444 (attachment 1.) The Road Fund was created in 1986 to pay for capital improvements to all roads within the Town. In 1986, the fund collected $250,000, and recently it has been producing over $400,000 a year for traditional road improvements. As mentioned before, it wasn't until 2000 that the Town used its full taxing authority of 5 mills to produce the extra money needed for reconstructing Upper Snowmelt Road. Although the original intent was to only assess 5 mills from 2000 through 2002, Staff recommends continuing to assess 5 mills through 2006, if not indefinitely. By assessing 5 mills through 2006, the Town can pay for all Snowmelt projects plus the Roundabout. Road Capital Projects The costs for the road projects listed below are at best educated "plug" numbers. They are intended to illustrate possible funding scenarios. Upper Snowmelt Road $3,200,000 TOV Snowmelt 1,800,000 Roundabout 2,775,000 Elbert Lane Extension 1.000.000 $8,775,000 Note: If the Town intends to fund a portion of public/private improvements as a part of the redevelopment of the commercial core area, more money will be needed. Staff added the Elbert Lane Extension project (without the outside road) to the list because the Upper Village ramps and the Lot 7 tie wall need replacing. Although you could replace these two items in their current location, it seems logical to extend Elbert Lane to Brush Creek Road at the same time Upper Snowmelt Road is built. The Elbert Lane Extension project will improve traffic circulation in the Upper Village, and will create more room in the current RFTA 1-!7 we Depot. The only reason not do the project is if it adversely affected a future Transit Plaza in the Lower Village. Staff is recommending constructing the Elbert Lane extension, Upper Snowmelt Rd, and the Brush Creek/Highline Roundabout in 2002. The TOV Snowmelt is scheduled for 2003. Cash Flow If you review the Road Mill Levy Fund Budget Summary (attachment 4), you'll notice the Ending Balance in 2002 is minus $2,599,392. Staff proposes to borrow the necessary dollars from the Rett Fund, which has a Year End Carryover in 2002 of$4,780,024 (attachment 1). If the Road Fund pays the RETT Fund back in succeeding years, it will take until 2006 for the Road Fund to have a ositive balance attachment 4). Council Options: 1. Construct Upper Snowmelt Road in 2002, and construct the Elbert Lane extension, TOV Snowmelt, and the Roundabout when Road Fund dollars become available. 2. Construct the Elbert Lane Extension and the Roundabout in 2002 using the Road Fund. Construct Upper Snowmelt Road in 2002 and TOV Snowmelt in 2003 using the RETT Fund. 3. Construct Upper Snowmelt Road, Elbert Lane Extension, and the Roundabout in 2002 and TOV Snowmelt in 2003 with Road Fund dollars, and borrow money from the RETT Fund in the short term. 4. Bond the Road Fund and construct Upper Snowmelt Road, Elbert Lane Extension, and the Roundabout in 2002, and TOV Snowmelt in 2003. Staff Staff recommends Option 3 as the funding option for capital Recommendation: projects. Attachments: 1. Rett Budget Summary 4. Road Fund Budget Summary 2. Rett Revenues 5. Road Fund Revenues 3. Rett Expenditures 6. Road Fund Expenditures rt TOWN OF SNOWMASS VULAGE YEN.ESTATE TRANSFER TAX rt SLMGE7 SUMMARY N 20010 3001 2001 $ 177E $ mm :004 2005 2066 TE ACS}LAE RM$M REMSED VAS PROPOSED VARIANCE IRPOSED P�Om PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER $2.327.466.77 $2,860,830.37 37.119.96.44 $329.016.07 $4,299,490.44 $1.069.694.00 $4,780,024.44 $5,751,36144 $7.060.061.44 $6.576.366.44 Raasm $2.668.797.13 $2.691,760.00 $2.691.760.00 $0.00 $2.624.007.00 ($267,760.00) $2.054.900.00 $2.777.200.00 $2.377.200.00 $2,377,200.00 E> ($2.803.667.05) ($1.924.972.00) ($1,821,366.00) $103.106.00 ($2.103.466.00) ($261.600.00) ($1,363,163.00) ($1.018.800.00) ($1.060.699.00) ($1.096.122.00) YEAR @D CARRYOVER $7.189.996.44 $3.827.366.37 $4.289.490.44 $432.122.07 $4.700.024.44 $820.834.00- $8.751.361.44 $7,011D,061.44 $8.376.565.44 59,655,444.44 IAppvpMllm Dan 2000 2001 2001 $ 2002 $ 2077 2004 2005 2006 Yom End CmTwar AC /AL R� VARIANCE REPOSED VARIANCE � POSED PROPOSE Cep6a1 Pn}e4 Ra $0.00 $0.60 $O.OD $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $O.OD $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Fmjn /Mamfa Raaaw $800.000.OD $60D,WO.W $600.ODDAO $O.OD $700.000.00 $1W.ODD.00 $600.000.00 "W.WD.00 $1.000.000.00 $1.100.000.00 Ved is - %b $2.689.9%.44 $3.227.366.37 $7.689.490.44 $432.122.07 $4.080.024.44 $420.934.00 $4.931.361.44 $6.19D.061.44 $7.576.366.44 $6,555,444.44 Ya End Appap4Wb $3.109.996.44 $3.527.366.37 $4.299.490.44 $632.17Z.07 $4.750.024.44 $820.874.00 $5,791,361.44 $7.060.061.44 $6.376.366.44 $➢,697,444,44 9n6PAESD 05/31/01, 05.44.05 eln>mr N1EDA0.ATIOe 9110.E7mT vAta 1 Zy v9axaA11 C om WE nSCAx. 9 1002 ARVOIRIIIO mrw as/1001 .b-} 1001 2002 2003 1004 1005 1006 1000 2001 Rs9ISBD 1001 OROW 2002 00.0009® 0E09 0W 006® PROWS® AR.LON[ Rumba AROIeR n®oexvrl011 ACIIIAL e130O6T eualar •••OARIAIICE••• eppxar •••vARxA110E••• BUOC6T BOOCSI eV0G6f en9�sr 0.w, esrAn lxnimen 3Tl[ TAEE9 f� 006-0000-300.01-09 0.w. 6YITT8 1EAe m TAE 2,430,551- 2,731,900- 1,731,900- 0 1,465,000- 161,900- 2,195,500- 1.118.200- 1,118,200- 2.214,200- OJ • R3[OEIIOE 2,430,557- 1,731,900- 1,731,900- 0 1,465,000- 161,900- 11195,500- 2,218.200- 1,118,200- 1,114,100- ............ ............ ------ ............ -------------- ------------ _........... '• 1E1� 1,430,557- 1,731,900- 1,731,900- 0 1,465,000- 161,900- 1,195,500- 1.118.100- 1,118,100- 2,218.200- "is�.IJ10.E003 006-0000-300.07-01 [eT6RL5T IRQR 170,306- 1581860- 158,060- 0 159,000- 140 159,000- 159.000- 159,000- 159,000- ' ePO10E 170,306- 158,860- 158.860- 0 159,000- 140 159,000- 159.000- 159,000- 159,000- ------------ ____________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ RISO3e,LA14®OE 110,306- 158,860- 158,860- 0 359,000- . 140 159.000- 159,000- 159,000- 159,000- 051Ae5lAL 90.011 01ABE PI1301 006-0000-300.08-06 50.000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 ' REV6110E 50.000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ____________ ____ ------------ .............. ___________ .............O ______..__. ...________ " YRAESI61t9 08011 O'M®t 1111m 50.000- 0 0 ............ ............0 0 0 0 0 0 o7xxs8 nlOie M SOORC89 006-0000-300.09-17 O T OVI9001fs C01U@Aw 14.935- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • 9bAQ1Ve 14,935- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ------------ ________ ______________ ____________ ______________ •' OSEBA 0IIg0.O3R0 SOUR(1fE 14.935- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "• REYY•1110E5 2,665,198- 1,891,760- 2,891.160- 0 1,614,000- 361,160- 2,354,500- 2.377.100- 1,377,100- 1,377.100- "•• 0.8V6mIR5 1,665,798- 1,891,760- 1,891.160- 0 1,624,000- 161,160- 2,354,500- 1,317,100- 1,377,100- 1,377,100- ••"' PEAL 1t5TATE'SRMS08R TAE 1,665.798- 1,891,760- 2,891,760- 0 2,614,000- 167.760- 2,354,500- 2,371,200- 2,377,100- 2.377.200- ------------ ____________ ____________ ______________ ____________ __________ ------------ ............ ------------ ............ •••'•• 0.w• 65fAlE SRAe$PER TAE 1.665.798- 1,891.160- 2,891,760- 0 2,614,000- 261,160- 1,354.500- 1,377,100- 1,371,200- 1,311,100- •'•""BRAE 6RA]7S 2EA0.9Pffi TA2 1,665.198- 1,891,160- 1,891,760- 0 1,634,000- 161,760- 1,354,500- 1,377,200- 1,377,100- 1,377,100- 1 9BEPAB® 05/31/01,. 05.43,49 euD¢r PPEPABAT10106OA16RQl PAGS 1 PAORM O OIL Poo PlS TEAR 3001 AROCIDT m RIM 05/3001 3001 - 3003 3003 3004 3005 3006 •((("��� 3000 3001 8EVI5® 3001 I9N00E® 3003 PAO0a8® PEOP PAOP06'® PN3W ACCOUR[ UIE08R ACCOURf D6QIP[Id ACTUAL EIIOCCO BOOCEx •••VARIA1308••• BUIX.-6S •••VAAIAIICB••• BIfOG6T BODLEY BBDG6T BUR36T REAL BSTA'IE YRMSR TAIL BGL ESTATE SW6R TAA ABJ, 681'ATB TAA16R TAY W m@m4DITORLt �I'31IE1[S - EER W610)ST0E16 - 006-0000-400.50-05 'RA1x 149.566 60,000 60.000 0 0 60,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-09 BEU C xSIm5S:P6 6 PBECE 7,161 8,000 8,000 0 0 8,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-14 BOSBS 6 DOUTAG38R 93.734 113,906 113.906 0 180,868 366,963- 366,479 39,597 0 0 006-0000-400.50-23 �CEE/OAL CM 1RxBR4CT 10,000 10,000 10.000 0 10,000 0 10,000 10,000 10.000 0 006-0000-400.50-33 BSB®®t® PAA M LOY 9,337 5,000 5,000 0 0 5,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-35 BUS SYOPS 0 300.000 300,000 0 300,000 0 336,143 0 0 0 006-0000.400.50-30 PAOP6SIOML StQ 1= 7,485 15,000 15,000 0 0 15.000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-33 R MT/DWI 3YIAOBAY 35,691 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-33 BEUSE CRR BIEI'IR86/LAPDS 0 10.000 0 10,000 10,000 10,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-36 C9.0S97IG9-LAND 8A5814®8Y 8,485 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-37 BB ICT PANIC - PLWBT933 6.895 300.000 150,000 150.000 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-38 BdIgYt08 BOUSIM TQBC9 0 0 10.000 10,000- 0 10,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-44 kBlM C GBIO =T PAO 156,856 190,000 - 180,000 0 300,000 30.000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-45 BEUSE OIffi/BBY 83 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-47 MTAtSI®IIIBR PU01 33.777 30.000 30,000 0 0 30.000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-48 CASSAMY MS31@PIM 39,339 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-50 OP TTOES PAC 61@ ION 585,383 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-51 'RAIL Sl= 30,350 30,000 30,000 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-54 DMII COwROG 194 60,000 0 60,000 60,000 60,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-56 COSRALT SB M - LAl01BC 35,791 60,000 60,000 0 0 60,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-57 B mm ImiQTxw DBSB 0 0 0 0 5,000 5,000- 0 - 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-58 BIOIAOICAL BAY ASSBSSBB 15,369 30,000 30.000 0 0 30.000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-59 EIG6MT 83 ISIA907 19 100.000 100,000 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-60 R VTEB 11 T 0 0 10,000 10.000- 0 10.000 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-61 TPAI2PM DIIf-G.P. 7AABSOB 405.389 358,341 358,341 0 410,509 53,366- 433.533 530,030 579,383 600,000 006-0000-400.50-63 TBIMSR O -G.P. LABDSCP 196,349 330,815 347,719 116,894- 398,669 50,950- 419.347 437.955 458.539 463,894 006-0000-400.50-63 ACEIBO PAMRG I 0 30,000 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-64 UPPM BA ICT DAffiIMY 0 50,000 50,000 0 403,000 353,000- 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-65 0 50,000 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 006-0000-400.50-66 TMIL PAVIM-A MT IAL 3,075 14,000 14.000 0 16,000 3,000- 18.000 30.000 33,000 34.000 006-0000-400.50-67 THIN-NAB MM 3.393 3.000 3.000 0 3,430 430- 3,663 3,939 3.074 3,338 006-0000-400.50.68 tRAlR PAOPAG M 3,000 3,000 3,000 0 3,000 0 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 006-0000-400.50-69 SBT6RPA m SIOSS 5.000 5.000 5.000 0 5.000 0 5.000 5.000 51000 5.000 006-0000-400.50-70 MU CAE COLP COUR56 B!®A: 0 0 50,000 50.000- 0 $0,000 0 0 0 0 • LIMB 1.803,609 1.934,973 1.831.866 103,106 3,103,466 381,600- 1,383.163 1,048,500 1,080,895 1,098,133 ____________ ____________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ •• RBTT BSJ70mI7VEE0 1,803,669 1.934,973 1.831,866 103,106 3,103.466 381,600- 1,303,163 1,048,500 1.080.895 1,098,133 ------------ ------------ ------------ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ••• AIPY 1 1,803,689 1,934,973 1,831,866 101,106 2,103.466 281,600- 1,383,163 1,040,500 1,000,895 1,098,133 ____________ ____________ _______ ............ ............ •••• E3EE0DTTUA654 1,803,609 1,934,973 1,831,966 103.106 3.103.466 381,600- 1,383,161 1,048,500 11080,995 1,096,133 ............ ............ ............ .. -------------- ------------ ............ ............ ------------ ••••• REAL 671178 'IBIIESR TALC 1,803,689 1,934,973 1.831,966 103.106 3,103.466 381,600- 1,393,163 1,048,500 1,080,895 1,098,133 W ct ct TOWN OF SNOWMASS VIII.46E ROAD V=LEVY FVND IT BVD6Ef SVMMARY a 19" 2000 2020 20D1 s 2002 $ 2003 2004 Im 2096 9ESQ1o720N AOIVAL ARVAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIAMM PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARANOVER $15.673.51 $12.961.02 $1.123.2a.02 $1.244.632.66 $121.424.64 $2.32D.142.66 $1.075.510.00 ($2.999.392.34) ($3.220.910.34) ($2.076.649.34) ($971.692.34) REVENUES $457.362.56 $1.496.037.96 $1.526.6M.W $1.523.755.00 ($64.900.00 $2.343.993.00 $x:0.236.00 $1.517.M.W $1,531.435.00 $1.546.349.00 s1.%1.414.00 8099AMARES ($460,076.07) ($264.366.34) OM49.733.00) (544x.245.00) $101.5Dx.00 ($7.263.526.00) ($6.815.283.00) ($2.138./13.00) ($3x9.101.00) ($439.392.00) ($439.686.00) ---------------- ------------------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------- -------------- -------------- EPLD49 MANGE $12.961.02 $1.2".672.66 $2.162.110.02 $2.320.142.66 $158.0.72.64 ($2.599.392.34) (54.919.543.00) ($3.220.953.34) ($2.076.649.34) ($971.692.341 $150,035.66 1999 2000 2091 2001 $ x202 $ 2003 x204 2005 2006 AMGPIAT2Q1 ALTVAL AMAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED SNOWAELT ROAD RESERVE $O.W $999.824.68 $2.036.950.00 $2.300.142.66 $565.592.66 $O.W ($2.300.142.66) (s621.5191.0 ) $O.W $0.00 $0.00 MOL9CABOVf EVE $O.W $0.00 $0.00 $O.W 50.00 ($1.619.392.34) ($1.619.392.34) ($1.619.392.34) ($1.098.649.34) SMOD 50.00 9.x6!7 LANE AESERVE $D.00 $0.00 $0.00 SMOD $0.00 02.000.000.020 ($1.000.000.M ($1.WO.WO.00) C$1.000.aW.00) ($991.692.34) $0.00 L014PPROnaATEDRESERYE $12.961.02 $244.907.98 $325.560.02 520,WO.W ($100.560.02) $20.WO.00 $0.00 $20.aW.W $20.000.00 $20.000.W $150.035.66 ---------------- ------------------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------- -------------- -------------- e+on4 MAWS 632.961.02 $1.2".695.66 $2.162.110.02 $2.320.142.66 $158.032.64 ($2.599.392.34) ($4.919.533.04) ($3.220.910.34) ($2.076.649.34) ($98.692.34) $130.003.66 Ppml1f1191 05/31101, 05,44,38 emltsr v9aA9ATI013 Bo91C�T 9ALB 1 9lOOA1113 Q6on 808 9lS 9819 2002 ACCOIIR[I88] 969100 05/2001 C� 3001 3003 3003 1004 2005 2006 2000 2001 R9P[S® 2001 980008® 2003 99090880 93W9038D PROMS® 990N�� AC.COORI'MBIBIQf ACCWIII'DBSCAIPTIOII ACNA4 BUC43I 011008 "•PARIARR••• BIID00-[ ••'VARIN93••• 80006! BUIX-6T BVOITI BURS[ ROAD HILL LM PVBD iAlaS 007-0000-300,01-01 W098101'P TA1(6 391,474- 400,373- 400,113- 0 412,356- 4,083 416.480- 430,645- 414,851- 439,100- lT 007-0000-300,01-11 SB0RB0ID.T 995,067- 1.003,992- 1,003,993- 0 1,014,033- 10,040 1,034,712- 1.034,414- 1,044.758- 1,055,206- ' 9EP00I6 1.386.541- 1,412,365- 1.412.265- 0 1.426,306- 14,133 1.441,192- 114551059- 1,469,609- 1,484,306- .......... ------------ ... ............ . ...... ---- ------------ ............ IA1[8.9 1,386,541- 1,41],]65- 1,412,265- 0 1,436,388- 14.123 1,441,193- 1.455,059- 11469.609- 1,484,306- LICmIS7S9/POBIITS 007-0000-300,03-10 ROAD M 9C01IW 6,250- 2,400- 0 2,400- 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' 98Y®306 6,250- 2,400- 0 2,400- 0 0 0 0 0 0 ------------ ----- .. -------------- ............ -------------- ............ ------------ --- ..... LIC706�/P0181IT8 6.250- 2,400- 0 3,400- 0 0 0 0 0 0 CRAR088 P09 Se9P m 007-0000-300,04-19 ORWABCC ASS859488'IS 68,716- 112.500- 50,000- 63,500- 70,000- 20,000 40,000- 40,000- 40,000- 40.000- • RAYR916 68,716- 112,500- 50,000- 63,500- 70,000- 30,000 40,000- 40.000- 90,000- 40,000- ------------ ------------ ------------ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ aG9fa9 MR SRPICBS 68,716- 113.500- 50,000- 63,500- 70,000- 20,000 40,000- 40,000- 40,000- 46,000- MI 007-0000-300,07-01 SRI9t6T IIIRM9 34,531- 61,490- 61,490- 0 72,605- 11,115 36.030- 36,376- 36.740- 37,100- 007-0000-300,07-58 BBC M ARC a 0 0 0 775,000- 775,000 0 0 0 0 • RBV0A18 34,531- 61,490- 61.490- 0 847,605- 786,115 36,030- 36.376- 36,740- 37.100- ............ ------------ ------------ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ BI8CA9,9BBOU.9 34,S31- 61.490- 61,490- 0 847,605- 786,115 36.030- 36.376- 36,740- 37,108- "' R9P09)9.4 1,496,038- 1,588,655- 1,523.755- 64.900- 3,343,993- 830,338 11517,]]2- 1,531,435- 1,546,349- 1.561.414- "" 869Q9195 1,4%1038- 1.588,655- 1,533,755- 64,900- 2,343,993- 820,238 1,517,332- 1,531,435- 1,546.349- 3.563,414- ""' ROAD mlL LBVT PU90 1,496,038- 11506.655- 1.523.755- 64.900- 2,343.993- 830,338 1,517,333- 1,531.435- 1.546.349- 1,561,414- .......... ............ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ............ •••••• IIOM BILL LRYY POlm 1,496.038- 1.588,655- 1,533,755- 64,900- 3,343,993- 830,338 1,517.223- 1,531,435- 1,5461349- 1,561,414- •••"•'ROAD MILL LBPY 901® 1,496,038- 1,598.655- 1,523,755- 64.900- 1,343,993- 830,338 1,517,323- 1.531.435- 1,546,349- 1,562,414- �1 naPAem 05/31/01, 11,24.40 HDOaT PRmARATIa1 RW1�1 PA1a 1 y vaorsAll a16ay. IOH PI6o0.YEa 3002 ACOARrIIfi PERIOD 05/3001 I 3001 3003 3003 ]001 3005 2006 2000 3001 RE9IM 2001 PR090R® 3003 PROPDS® PROW9tD PROIOR® P1EP AccvDRr Hama AROORI' DE9 Iwlal ACTIAL RRmcEr eDDDHr ••wuxAlu••• eODLar •••vARxA1Ra••• Rwcc1 euotal Hooter eulral ROAD HILL L PII3ID ROAD 1RIZ I.BPY 901m LOAD HILL I.E9Y 9aE ON ® ITORi3 EXPROI) 0E89 ROAD 901E EOPRXI) q[R 007-0000-400.55-01 EEIRRRRIM EmEmITORes 3,709 10,000 10,000 0 10,000 0 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 007-0000-400.55-04 COIZRCRa1 PRE 37.761 ]8.]45 ]8,]45 0 38,538 583- 28,813 29.101 29,393 39,636 007-0000-400.55-07 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 007-0000-400.55-90 P802L!•14 0 511,508 0 511,508 550,000 350,000- - 300.000 350,000 400,000 400,000 • BmEmITaIE 81,470 549,753 38.545 511,503 288,52& 350,283- 338.813 389,101 439.395 439,636 ............ ............ .. -------------- ------------ .............. ------------ ............ ------------ •• ROAD POIm ERPZRI) 185 $3,470 549,)5] 38,245 511,508 588,528 250,]8]- 338,813 389.101 439,392 439,686 ROAD REPEEI10R89 007-0000-400.56-09 011E CRBER ROAD 15.055 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-14 L81plm PWS 0 0 74,000 74,000- 0 74,000 0 0 0 0 00)-0000-400.56-1) 90SADOR Rm1D 0 0 31300 0.800- 0 t.3 a0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-25 AlR1.BR RIM TARE 0 0 53.059 23.059- 0 23,059 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-33 IARAIaY ROAD 64.961 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-36 RIM ROAD 0 0 77,102 77,105- 0 77,102 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56.38 VIER RIM IARE 10,617 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-64 A 1112 ]AIm 3,470 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-66 (RRER i.11H6 7,223 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-68 PORffir IARB 3.540 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-69 HIM21 IAHB 6,605 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.S6-70 ,TA65 IAHE 5,040 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-71 LITILE IAHE 5,669 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000.400.56-75 RWO ROAD 10.173 0 45,766 45,766- 0 45.766 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-95 EAHERI00E 14,255 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.56-94 A9PBAS.T PA=IM 0 0 21,273 21,373- 0 21,373 0 0 0 0 • EEPEEITaa 140,376 0 250,000 250,000- 0 250,000 0 0 0 0 ..... ----------- -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ •• ROAD R1aSSU)IT0AE9 140,276 0 250,000 550,000- 0 250,000 0 0 0 0 ROAD zx E llVPL9 007-0000-400.57-33 91DN1®.T ROAD RIDR]1SIRUCl 0 0 0 0 3,200,000 3,200,000- 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.57-35 1&1 13 42,623 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.57-50 PAROE. •9' AOAO 0 0 160,000 160.000- 0 160,000 0 0 0 0 009-0000-400.57-51 109 - 6H0111MTIM 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,800,000 0 0 0 007.0000-400.57-52 ROamAB00r 0 0 0 0 3,775,000 2,775.000- 0 0 0 0 007-0000-400.57-53 EdIXi'IARE ffilE4HIW 0 0 0 0 1.000,000 1.000,000- 0 0 0 0 • EIpEmI1VRE 41,6]] 0 160,000 160,000- 6,975,000 61815.000- 1.800,000 0 0 0 ............ .... ............ -------------- ------------ ............ ------------ -_--____.__- •• OpAD ®EEITURLS 43,6]] 0 160,000 160,000- 6,975,000 6,015,000- 1,800,000 0 0 0 ------------ ------------ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ••• E@EIDITaRE.9 264.368 549,753 448.245 101.508 7,263,529 6,815,383- 2,138,813 389,101 439.392 439,686 1 V 1 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES MAY 21, 2001 Mayor Pro Tem Mercatoris called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on May 21, 2001 at 2:01 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Pro Tem Douglas Mercatoris, Robert Purvis and Richard Virtue COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Arnold Mordkin Mayor Manchester arrived at 5:05 p.m. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; David Peckler, Transportation Manager; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, Brent Gardner- Smith, Mary Lou Farrell, Doug Mackenzie, Jim France, Bernie Krauer, David Myler, Jack Hatfield, Scott Smith, Alan Richman and other members of the public interested in Agenda items for this Meeting. DISCUSSION AGENDA Item No. 2: INTERVIEW APPLICANTS FOR CITIZEN GRANT REVIEW BOARD The Town Manager explained that the Citizens Grant Review Board (CGRB)was formalized by Council in the year 2000 to review grant applications, interview applicants for grants, and make recommendations to Council. He stated that applications were submitted by Mary Lou Farrell and Donna Aiken. Mercatoris provided the history of the CGRB. Council interviewed Mary Lou Farrell, who was present at the Meeting, and stated their appreciation for her interest in serving the Town in this capacity. Donna Aiken was unable to attend. 05-21-01 tc Page 2 NOTE: Mayor Pro Tern Mercatoris requested that Council hear Item No. 12 at this time. 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 Purvis made a motion to approve Resolution No. 29, Series of 2001. Virtue seconded the motion. Council determined that Aiken was well known by Council and within the community and would be exempt from the interview process. There being no discussion, the motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester and Council Member Mordkin were absent. Item No. 3: WINTER PARKING 2002 Hunt Walker explained that staff reviewed the 2000-2001 season parking distribution, permit rates and traffic control and recommended status quo for the next Winter season. The Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) has reviewed the Agreement and requested consideration of an ASC employee Parking Lot "C" permit. Parking Lot "C" is owned by the ASC and ASC employees have purchased Town parking permits in the past in order to park their vehicles in the Lot. Peckler explained the reports included in the information provided for this Meeting. He further explained that the cause for a decline in parking permit sales over the two prior years is not clear and could be related to low visitation, free parking at the Two Creeks Parking Lot or the permit price increase. Council discussed the car-count and the number of employees parking in the numbered parking lots, definition of"total skier days", possible creation of a Restricted Resident Permit, lower total skier visits during the recent season and identification of the numbered parking lot users. Mackenzie, representing ASC, explained that ASC would like to develop their own parking permits for Parking Lots "B" and "C" beginning with the 2001-2002 ski season. ASC is the owner of the two Parking Lots and has stated a desire to provide their employees with parking permits for the lots. Purvis acknowledged that this request would equate to a revenue loss to the Town. Mackenzie also stated that ASC would like to begin charging a fee for parking at the Two Creeks Parking Lot beginning with the 2001 ski season. Council agreed to the request. Staff will meet with ASC representatives to amend the Agreement, which will be SM lg 05-21-01 tc Page 3 provided to the Town Manager for review and approval. Council requested public notification regarding the change to assess a fee for parking at the Two Creeks Parking Lot. Item No. 4: TUBE TOWN YEAR-END REPORT Mackenzie provided Council with a verbal report of the Tube Town Winter sledding activity located on Assay Hill. He reported that Tube Town was in operation for 99 days during the past season, closing on March 26, 2001 due to lack of snow. The activity averaged approximately 79 paying guests per day. He explained that a few complaints were received during the first season of operation during the 1999-2000 season, which were addressed by ASC. No complaints were received during the recent season. Mackenzie reported changes for the upcoming season would include general operation Wednesday through Sunday, noon/1:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., five days per week. The operation will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, which will be dedicated to special events and group functions. Item No. 5: PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION REGARDING ANNEXATION PROPOSAL David Myler, was present representing David Bonderman and Laurie Michaels, owners of Homestead I in Wildcat Ranch, Lots 2, 3 and 4 of the Cozy Point Ridge subdivision and all of the Lots (1-5) of the Cougar Canyon Subdivision. He explained that Homestead I is located within the Town of Snowmass Village and is contiguous to both the Cozy Point Ridge lots and the Cougar Canyon Subdivision. Fifty-percent of the land proposed for annexation borders Town property. The owners would like to annex the Cozy Point Ridge and Cougar Canyon holdings to the Town in order that all of their land holdings are governed by the same jurisdiction in the future. Myler explained that the owners have no immediate plans for development, although possible future development would benefit the Town with revenue from Real Estate Transfer Tax, Property Tax and Impact Fees. He outlined available accesses to the properties and requested that Council allow the applicant to submit a Pre-Annexation Agreement, which outlines the process to proceed with the Annexation process. Myler stated that a Petition for Annexation and Zoning request would be consistent with that currently approved by Pitkin County. Mercatoris explained stipulations outlined in an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Town and Pitkin County and requested that the applicants meet with the Pitkin County Commissioners to identify any issues they may have with this proposal before proceeding with the annexation process. 05-21-01 tc Page 4 Mercatoris stated that the Town is not actively pursuing an increase in its boundaries or jurisdiction. Council agreed that the applicant should proceed to the next step of the process after meeting with Pitkin County. Item No. 6: REUDI WATER AND POWER UPDATE This item was postponed by Council until the June 4, 2001 Council Meeting Agenda. CONSENT AGENDA Item No. 8: APPROVE COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES OF 05-07-01 Virtue made a motion to approve the Minutes of May 7, 2001, seconded by Purvis. There were no changes or additions to the Minutes. The motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester and Council Member Mordkin were absent. Item No. 7: BREAK r At 3:00 p.m. Council took a five-minute break. REGULAR AGENDA Council requested that Item No. 10 be heard at this time. 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 The Planning Director outlined changes to the Ordinance since First Reading. Purvis requested that the minimum number of parking spaces be corrected. Joe Coffey, Owner's Representative, stated that a ground water problem recently experienced by the Contractor has improved and the ground stabilization process will resume on the improved area of the construction site. Coffey stated that the Phase II beginning and completion dates will be re-identified as soon as the contractor determines if the ground water conditions will allow construction to continue. Conrad stated that the Ridge Homeowners have no objections to the project proceeding as quickly as possible, although stated concerns regarding unnecessary construction delays and noise. He reported that there is a two-year _aa 05-21-01 tc Page 5 warranty on the slope-side stabilization, beginning on the date of project completion. This item was continued to later in this Meeting. Item No. 9: POSSIBLE NAMES FOR PARCEL "N" AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT Joe Coffey, Owner's Representative, requested that Council choose from a selection of names for the Parcel "N" Employee Housing project. Purvis provided additional names as suggested by Mayor Manchester. After a brief discussion, Council directed Coffey to choose a name. 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 The Town Manager explained that the two Intergovernmental Agreements (IGA) are inter-related and consist of the Snowmass, Aspen, Pitkin County IGA representing the new sales tax distribution formula and the Transit Service Agreement, the contract between the Town and the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority for providing the 2001 connecting bus service from highway 82 to the Mall. He further explained that what was previously referred to as a cash contribution of approximately $100,000 is actually a foregoing of revenue from the Town to the Rural Transportation Authority (RTA). Council further discussed the new formula for distribution of the County-wide sales tax. After further discussion, Virtue made a motion to approve Resolution No. 22, Series of 2001, seconded by Purvis. The motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester and Council Member Mordkin were absent. Item No. 13: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT - AND — Item No. 14: CALENDARS Town Clean-Up Day Appreciation Purvis requested that the Town Manager mail individual letters stating Council's appreciation to Town staff and the Rotary Club for their organization, contribution and assistance with Town Clean-Up Day. The Town Manager stated that the 05-21-01 tc Page 6 event was a success. Purvis also requested that contractors be solicited for donations and assistance for the event in the future. Purvis reported that the Rotarians also conduct a bi-annual trash clean-up on the Nature Trail. In response to an inquiry from Virtue, the Town Manager will meet with the Building Department to determine a method to keep construction trash under control on an ongoing basis and report back to Council in the near future. Information at Information Booth Purvis requested that staff make arrangements to update the map and other information displayed at the Information Booth near the Rodeo Lot. Stream Restoration Revegatation Purvis reported that the Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers worked the weekend of May 19 to replant and revegetate the Stream Restoration project on Brush Creek across from Owl Creek Road, with plants grown from seeds removed prior to restoration of the Creek. The seeds were harvested by Town staff with the assistance of the Rocky Mountain Native Plant group. He requested that a letter of appreciation be mailed to the Town's Landscape Architect Bernadette Barthelenghi, and to Dave Hamilton of the Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers. SVRA/Conference Center Virtue reported that the Council sub-committee addressing SVRA's request to refinance the Conference Center, met with an Executive Member of the Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA) Board of Directors to discuss continuing issues surrounding the Conference Center and other matters of concern regarding SVRA. The Committee expressed the importance of a timely response for information requested and are expecting a response by May 22, 2001. Wildcat Annexation Discussion Jack Hatfield stated that he was present unofficially on the behalf of Pitkin County regarding Agenda Item No. 5, preliminary discussion of an annexation proposal. Mercatoris provided Hatfield with a report of the discussion held previously during this Meeting. Hatfield stated that the County has unresolved ongoing issues with the applicant. Mercatoris reported that Council directed the applicant's representative to discuss the potential annexation with the County before proceeding with the Town. NOTE: Mercatoris stated that the following item was inadvertently omitted from the Agenda for this Meeting. 05-21-01 tc Page 7 Item No. 8a: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS There were no Public Non-Agenda items. Budget Update The Town Manager reported that staff is continuing to meet in an attempt to balance the budget for year-end. He stated a concern regarding revenues for Building Permits and Plan Check fees. Staff is conducting a more detailed analysis of those projected revenues. A full budget status report will be provided to Council at the June 4, 2001 Regular Council Meeting, along with a list of possible service cuts and staff recommendations. Summer Activities The Assistant to the Town Manager reported that several groups have expressed an interest in providing Summer entertainment at the tent on Fanny Hill when it is not in use by the Summer Concert Series. He informed Council that he will identify costs associated with the entertainment and will discuss budget impact with Council in the near future. Item No. 10- cont'd: 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 Alan Richman, of Alan Richman Planning and Scott Smith of Reno Smith Architects were present at the Meeting to answer questions. Conrad requested that Smith provide the Town Planning Division with the color materials board which was presented to Council at the May 14, 2001 Council Meeting. The sample board will be kept in the Town's position during the coarse of construction for reference purposes. Council stated a concern that the representative of the Ridge Homeowners was not present for comments. After further discussion Council expressed their willingness to discuss any issues from the Ridge Homeowners before the Ordinance goes into affect on June 5, 2001, and if necessary, would also be willing to reconsider Second Reading of this Ordinance. After further discussion, Virtue made a motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No. 04, Series of 2001, seconded by Purvis. A roll-call vote was taken and the motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester and Council 05-21-01 tc Page 8 Member Mordkin were absent. Item No. 15: EXECUTIVE SESSION • CONTINUATION OF TOWN MANAGER'S ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REVIEW At 4:10 p.m. Purvis made a motion to convene to Executive Session to continue the Town Manager's Performance Review. Virtue seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester and Council Member Mordkin were absent. Mayor Manchester arrived at 5:05 p.m. At 5:15 p.m. Virtue made a motion to reconvene the Regular Meeting, seconded by Purvis. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council member Mordkin was absent. Item No. 16: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Virtue made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Mayor Manchester. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 5:15 p.m. Council Member Mordkin was absent. Submitted by, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 4, 2001 Agenda Item: Public Hearing and Action: Resolution No. 27, Series of 2001, a resolution approving an Annual Temporary Use Permit for the Aspen Skiing Company to allow the placement of fill dirt within and the use of Parking Lots B and C as a staging area for heavy equipment and material. Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: 1) Parking Lots A and B are zoned SPA-1. Lot C is zoned PUD. In neither case does the zoning permit their use as staging areas for fill dirt, equipment or material storage. Staff recognizes the need of the Applicant to use the lots for staging construction activities scheduled to occur on the mountain each summer and recommends that an annual temporary use permit ("ATUP") be processed each spring as a means to better coordinate these activities. Possibly a generic"blanket" permit could be developed for next year that would allow administrative monitoring and renewal each spring. Would the Town Council support that approach? 2) The Snowmass Water and Sanitation project is scheduled to be completed by the end of June. The Applicant is currently permitted to haul half full loads onto the mountain. The road weight restriction will be lifted on or prior to June 15 and full loads will then be permitted. The Planning Commission recommended that most of the material be removed by June 30 (See Condition 5 of Resolution). Staff supports this recommendation; however, it should be noted that the first Fanny Hill concert is June 28. It would be very helpful if the Applicant would agree to having all or a good portion of Lots B and C restored to use for parking cars during that event. General Info: The Community Development Department noticed that Parking Lots B & C were being used to stage and stockpile dirt. It was finally learned that the Aspen Skiing Company had permitted a contractor for the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District to use the lots to stockpile dirt being removed from a road reconstruction project at Lemond Drive and Lemond Circle. The dirt will then be moved by the Aspen Skiing Company onto the mountain later in June once the road weight limits are lifted June 15. Council Options: Approve the enclosed resolution as may be amended during the meeting or deny the application and direct the Applicant to remove all material by a date certain. Staff Staff recommends approval of the enclosed resolution with Recommendation: direction to coordinate with the Applicant to develop a generic operational plan and ATUP permit for future Town Council review that would aid them in their planning for next summer's construction activities. P:\uscr\cconrad\MS Word Docs\TC 01.27 ATUP 2001 ASC Staging B&C TC Comments 01.doc SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 27 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT FOR THE APEN SKIING COMPANY TO ALLOW THE PLACEMENT OF FILL DIRT WITHIN AND THE USE OF PARKING LOTS B AND C AS A STAGING AREA FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL. WHEREAS, the Aspen Skiing Company ("Applicant") has requested annual temporary use permit approval to allow the placement of fill dirt within and the use of Parking Lots B and C (the "Site") for heavy equipment and material storage, as further described in Exhibit "A", and WHEREAS, the stockpiled dirt is being removed from a road reconstruction project at Lemond Drive and Lemond Circle; and WHEREAS, the dirt will then be moved by the Aspen Skiing Company via Wood and Thorton Roads onto the mountain in order to create the snowboard half pipe on Blue Grouse trail; and WHEREAS,the work will reduce the need to use snowmaking to create the half pipe each winter resulting in a significant reduction in the use of available water and energy at that location; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the application on May 16, 2001 and unanimously recommended approval subject to the conditions contained within this resolution; and WHEREAS, in accordance with published and mailed notice, a public hearing was held before the Town Council on June 4, 2001 to receive public comment on the Applicant's proposal; and WHEREAS, the Town Council reviewed the application on June 4, 2001 and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Resolution is necessary for the immediate protection of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: TC Reso 01-27 Page 2 Section One: Findings. Based upon the information submitted and testimony in the record, the Town Council finds as follows: 1. The application has been submitted in accordance with the provisions of Section 16A-5-260 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code (the "Municipal Code"). 2. The Applicant has sufficiently demonstrated that the proposed activities will comply with the Review Standards for approving an Annual Temporary Use Permit contained in Section 16A-5-260(d) of the Municipal Code. Section Two: Approval. The Town Council hereby authorizes the issuance of an Annual Temporary Use Permit to the Aspen Skiing Company to allow the temporary storage of up to 5,0000 cubic yards of excavated soils within Lot C, equipment and fill material storage within Lot B and the transport of the Lot C soils to the Blue Grouse trail area to allow the creation of an earthen snowboard half pipe within that area, as further described in Exhibit "A". Said approval shall be subject to satisfying the following conditions. Section Three: Conditions of Permit Approval. The authorization of the Annual Temporary Use Permit shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. This permit shall be subject to the Operational, Construction Management and Fugitive Dust Control plans attached as part of Exhibit "A", as may be superceded or amended by the conditions below. 2. The term of this permit shall be until October 1, 2001. The hours of operation until completion shall be from 7:00 a.m. —6:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday (excluding legal holidays). 3. There is a weight limitation on Wood Road above the driveway to the Wood Run V Condominiums of forty thousand (40,000) pounds Gross Vehicle Weight until 12:00 p.m. on June 15. The load limitation may be waived or modified at the discretion of the Town Public Works Director. Upon removal of the weight limitation, trucks shall haul fill material directly onto the mountain. 4. No noise-producing construction or excessive vehicle activity, as *�7 �,�, TC Reso 01-27 Page 3 defined in Section 18-3 of the Municipal Code, shall be permitted during Sunday and no work shall be permitted during legal holidays. 5. Removal of the dirt and material from Lots B and C shall be substantially completed by June 30. All dirt and material shall be removed and the parking lots cleared and restored by no later than July 15. Limited dirt storage may occur after September 3 provided all material is removed and the parking lots are restored by October 1. 6. The Applicant must prevent soils from being tracked onto the paved section of Wood Road and shall promptly wash or sweep the roadway should it become dirty as a result of the dirt hauling activities of the Applicant. This may include upper portions of the Wood Road where dirt may spill out along the curves. Mud racks (a short stretch of clean gravel fill) will be placed at the Lot B, Lot C and Thorton Road exit points to aid in removing mud and dirt from truck tires prior to entering Wood Road. 7. The Applicant shall implement interim erosion control measures in accordance with best management practices to effectively control sediment run-off along Wood Road and/or into Brush Creek caused as a result of activities authorized by this permit. 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. 8. In the event the Applicant receives any complaint arising from this operation, they shall exhibit due diligence in attempting to resolve the problem. This program is being conducted under the sole supervision and control of the Applicant and certain refinements, modifications, or amendments to the operational plan may be necessary in response to impacts, complaints or concerns which were not apparent at the time application was made. Any such changes may be authorized by the Planning Director, provided they are not in conflict with the findings and Review Standards relative to this Annual Temporary Use Permit. 9. All requirements of the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire District Chief and Town Police Chief, or designees, whether imposed prior to or during the term of this permit, must be satisfied and shall be considered conditions of this permit. -a9 - TC Reso 01-27 Page 4 10. The Applicant shall promptly notify the Snowmass Village Planning Office of any additions, modifications, or amendments to this permit or proposed use of the subject property. Any such changes should not be in conflict with the findings and Review Standards relative to this Annual Temporary Use Permit and may be permitted with written approval of the Planning Director or referred by him to the Town Council for review. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, as amended, on this 4th day of June, 2001 by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on a motion made by Council member seconded by Council member by a vote of to . TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk so 40 EXHIBIT "A" TC Res. 01-27 (Page 1 of 7) ANNUAL TEMPORARY USE PERMIT APPLICATION Prepared for: Town of Snowmass Village Applicant: Aspen Skiing Company ATTACHMENTS TO APPLICATION DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED TEMPORARY USE Aspen Skiing Company(ASC) intends to proceed with earthwork activities to create the half pipe feature on Blue Grouse trail which is otherwise shaped with manmade snow. Doing so will reduce the snowmaking needs by 50% and result in substantial water and energy savings. Several large earthmoving projects are currently underway in Snowmass Village and ASC has offered to "stage"the spoils of these earthworks projects in parking lots B and C. Material is being stored in these lots until the snow melts at the halfpipe location. At that time this material will be trucked to the • site in tandem axle dumptrucks via Wood and Thorton Roads. The key construction project from which earth is being staged is a Snowmass Water and Sanitation District water line replacement on Lemond Drive and Lemond Circle. We anticipate being able to begin hauling operations by June 1 and continue through July 15. We anticipate approximately 15 trips per day, 6 days per week until the material is gone. In addition to using this material for the halfpipe, some of this material may be stored on Divide Lot 44 in preparation for the Vehicle Maintenance Facility construction scheduled for Summer 2002. Parking lots B and C will be returned to the previously existing condition or better upon completion of the project. 1 ,t�51 I ,. 1 I 1.. 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Ij ( i ` 0 �0 / •-�'� :'.,• r `I � /J ' / \ 1 ((I r(11 I i {I e/ ,f "t // ,..,. �..1 5 \,� �: rl - ;:k' 1 1' r % / 1.;..• 1 ' IIrj1 III �I a r'R? 1 �C� '1� '�_ Y�I ml I 1 ��� � 1 1 ,[; - r 1 ;I 1• i j 4 FS'I �I�' till o '• (.�"I 1�1��3\ � F� I ���f �+Iry 'ji��1 (IIl rl } ii � 1' IFI ( i�1 r k j11'l � '� ' 9 �1 �1` /�f Y( \ �f r `� / I 1� �Y/ f I� �' �I/1. �I111r i� ,v1�f'•t (II I(1(� r 1j�l�gS1 'l,lyl. �i �/ sue" Q�� P �`� `t{'� h fy�, .'•/.'� 11 .' I r' ' f{ EXHIBIT "A" TC Res. 01-27 (Page 3 of 7) REVIEW STANDARDS 1. Use shall be appropriate.--Aspen Skiing Company uses the summer season to complete many on- mountain construction projects. From lift parts and snowmaking machinery, to haybales for revegetation activities and soil needed to improve the mountain, there is a continuous need to stage materials on ASC owned property. In this case, this proposal also benefits Snowmass Water and Sanitation District in a water line replacement project on Lemond Drive. 2. Use Shall Comply with Policies and Regulations --All the activities surrounding this activity will comply with all other TOSV policies and regulations such as, hours of operations, traffic obstruction, dust control measures and street cleaning requirements. 3. Applicant's Skills and Experience—ASC has the skills and experience necessary to conduct this activity. Following the pre-application conference on Tuesday,May 1, 2001, it was determined that a Construction Management Plan and Fugitive Dust Control Plan be submitted as part of this application. EXHIBIT "A" TC Res. 01-27 (Page 4 of 7) Construction Management Plan Annual Temporary Use Permit Construction Staging in Lots B and C Aspen Skiing Company This Construction Management Plan serves to satisfy the requirement of this Annual Temporary Use Permit application for the use of Parking lots B and C for construction staging. The Construction Management Plan will identify the following: • Construction schedule • Site limits and protection ' • Traffic Management • Dust and Noise Control • Emergency Contacts Construction Schedule It is anticipated this project will begin on April 23, 2001 and the activities completed by November 1, 2001. Following is an estimated construction schedule: Construction equipment and dirt stockpiling April 23 through June 15, 2001 Dirt loading and hauling activities June 15 through August 15, 2001 On mountain grading and revegetation July 15 through October 15, 2001 Parking lot finish grading October] through November 1, 2001 Adjustments will be made to this schedule based on weather conditions, construction conditions or contractor needs. Site Limits and Protection All construction activities will be confined to Parking Lots B and C. Construction perimeter fencing may be installed as necessary to identity material staging areas. In addition, sediment runoff fence will be installed as required. Temporary sanitary toilets will be available on site as required. Traffic Mana em t It is not anticipated that extra traffic management will be required for trucks entering and leaving Parking Lots B and C. Both lots function as parking lots during the winter season with no apparent traffic management issues. The same appears to be so for the Divide Road should this materail be eventually delivered the Divide Lot 44 VMF site. EXHIBIT "A" TC Res. 01-27 (Page 5 of 7) Dust and Noise Control Dust will be controlled according to the attached Aspen Skiing Company Fugitive Dust Control plan. Noise will be controlled to abide by the established TOSV Noise Control Standards and Ordinances. Emergency Contacts Following is an emergency contact list: Victor Gerdin Aspen Skiing Company, Planning 970-923-0555 Doug Mackenzie Snowmass Mountain, General Manager 970-923-0509 Rob Baxter Snowmass Mountain, Mountain Manager 970-923-0502 Harry Baum Western Slope Utilities, President 970-453-6176 r EXHIBIT "A" TC Res. 01-27 (Page 6 of 7) Fugitive Dust Control Plan Annual Temporary Use Permit Construction Staging in Lots B and C Aspen Skiing Company This plan addresses dust control during and after earthmoving activities. Preventive measures applied during construction are more economical and effective than corrective measures. Dust Control for Unpaved Roads on Site Chemical Stabilizers On unpaved roads on areas where traffic is heavy, approved chemical stabilizers, such as magnesium chloride, will be used. Speed Control Speeds shall be limited to a 20-mph maximum on mountain roads and 15 mph near residential dwellings. Road Surface The surface of the existing mountain roads is comprised of rock, a combination of compacted soils and gravel. Maintenance of roads is accomplished with gravel, grading and application of water/chemicals when necessary. Other Low permeability fences will be used in areas where wind erosion or additional dust control or additional dust control measures are needed. Low permeability fences will be installed near the base near the base area where to road passes by private homes. Dust Control for Disturbed Surface Areas Watering Areas to be disturbed shall be watered as necessary on an ongoing basis. Chemical stabilizers Chemical stabilizers will not be used on graded areas where future revegetation is required. Speed Control Speeds shall be limited to a 20 mph maximum on mountain roads and project sites, and 15 mph near residential dewellings. son EXHIBIT "A" TC Res. 01-27 (Page 7 of 7) Minimizing Disturbed Areas Areas of disturbance will be minimized. Revegetation of disturbed areas will occur as soon as possible after disturbance occurs. Due to construction sequencing of activities, all of the disturbed sites will not be exposed at the same time. Furrows Due to the nature of wind above 9,000 feet,the use of furrows has little value. Compaction Soils will be managed to prevent accumulations of loose dirt. Wind Breaks Low permeability fences will be used in areas where wind erosion or additional dust control measures are needed. Steep Slone Coverine The steep slopes on the project (road cuts, ski trails) will be revegetated (seeded and mulched)within ten days of final grading. Netting will be used on sites requiring additional measures to hold the mulch in place. Prevention of mud and dirt tracking onto paved surfaces Gravel transition zones will be established between mountain roads and paved public roads. Cleanup of Paved Area Cleanup of carry out will be accomplished by washing down Wood Road and Divide Road pavement as needed. The gravel transition zones will be maintained to ensure proper performance. Vvw TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, TOWN MANAGER RE: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: MAY 31, 2001 DALY TOWNHOMES In case you haven't heard, the Parcel "N" employee housing project is now officially called Daly Townhomes. My thanks to Joe Coffey and his staff for finally naming this project. Also, the site is drying out and work on the retaining wall has resumed. "EMPLOYEE HOUSING RENTAL REQUEST Per the Municipal Code, no employee-housing unit may be rented without the approval of Town Council. Total rental for a calendar year is limited to a maximum of 6 months. Cynthia Wickwire owns Country Club Townhome #26 and is requesting to rent their unit for approximately four months. I am told that the tenant will be a Snowmass Village employee. Her written request is attached. Staff recommends approval. DIVIDE HOME For your information, the Municipal Court issued a Stipulation and Order last Wednesday requiring the removal of the burned out structure by June 29, 2001. The contractor is being issued a demolition permit. At the owner's option, the driveway, retaining wall and the foundation may remain on the property, provided that a professional engineer certifies them to be structurally sound and safe. If the owner chooses this option, he has until August 3161, 2001 to obtain a building permit for the reconstruction of the house. If the building permit is not issued by August 3161, the owner will remove all the remaining improvements by September 16, 2001. Also, staff is in contact with the owner of the burned house in Melton II and they are discussing a course of action and schedule for dealing with that structure. If the owner's plan is not acceptable to the Town, we will initiate court action, using the same abatement procedure as we did with the Walsh residence. Let me know if you have comments or concerns. _37 Manager's Report 5/31/01 Page 2 of 2 CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS Following Town Clean-Up Day, Council requested that I evaluate and report on how we might reduce the amount of construction debris in Town. Attached is a copy of the Municipal Code addressing this matter. In short, the Building Official is empowered to shut down a job site or refuse to perform inspections until the site is cleaned up. In addition, I have distributed a memo to all Town Employees (attached) asking for their cooperation in identifying and reporting unsightly job sites and irresponsible actions by the contractor. Violations are to be reported to Rob Weien or Kelly Michel in the Building Division. Also, the Town holds a "Clean-Up" deposit with each Building Permit and will not refund the deposit until the job site is adequately cleaned. "RODEO SPONSORSHIP The Snowmass Village Rodeo has made their annual request for Town sponsorship. Sponsorship has traditionally included advertising in the program, banner advertising in the arena, and 4 Rodeo Passes (which are distributed to the Town employees on a first-come, first-serve basis). The cost of sponsorship is $1,700. Based upon previous discussions, I understood this sponsorship to be a part of the Town's contribution toward the Rodeo, in addition to $5,000 in- kind contribution from the Road Division. I plan on cutting the check this week. Let me know if you have concerns. WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS PLAN The Town is coordinating with Pitkin County and the City of Aspen in developing a Wireless Communications Master Plan. The letter of intent has been sent to Jim Considine and we are providing information on the location of all wireless facilities within the Town limits. We'll keep you posted. 2001 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES A first draft of the 2001 Specific Objectives is complete. I will be meeting with department and division heads to refine the objectives for presentation to Council on the 11th 'Response requested �V ' SS UO�'1- oo av� do�,l 1 C y✓,c7 5 Q5 c o .-�� . �b UGSS-- �✓i , 2 ON , - :lK 6Q:� leh MAY 16 2001 Building Regulations Section 1642 (h) Section 304(b), Permit Fees, is onto adjacent public or private prop- amended by the deletion of the first sen- erty. Heaping materials within a tence and the addition of the following: dumpster above the level allowing it to be covered or transported will be a "1. Building Valuation. Building violation. valuation shall be determined by using the current edition of Building Standards. "(b) Adequate means for the trans- Building Valuation Data, published peri- portation of materials from staging odically by the International Conference areas to the construction site and of Building Officials. The regional modi- removal of construction debris without Fier for Snowmass Village, Colorado, will dropping it enroute. be 1.5. "The Building Official or other auth - "2. Completion deposit. In addition rized Town Official may issue a stop to the building permit and plan review work order or refuse to perform required fees, a completion deposit shall be inspections until debris is cleaned up and charged. Its intent is to ensure that each adequate provisions are in place for the job site is cleaned up, all code violations control of construction materials and have been corrected, and any outstanding debris. fee is paid. This deposit shall be refund- able upon the approval of a final build- "4. Occupancy Assessment. In oddi- ing and site inspection. The completion tion to other fees set forth in this sec- deposit refund may be postponed for tion, an Occupancy Assessment shall be projects completed after snow covers the charged in accordance with the following ground until the ground is free of snow schedule which shall be due and payable and ice and an inspection is completed. before the condition of the final inspec- tion or before the issuance of the Certifi- "3. _Condition of Job Site. The job cate of Occupancy. site shall be ept clean at all times. The permit holder is responsible for the Assessment Rate removal of all trash to the county solid 'Nce of Structure per SF of Floor Area waste site. He or she is also responsible Residential for providing adequate precautions to Single family& duplex maintain control of all construction to and including 4,000 SF $ .20 debris and materials including personal single family from 4,001 SF trash generated by construction person- and up 30 nel, subcontractors, jobbers and delivery Multiple family (excluding duplex) persons. Those precautions will include and public accommodations .75 but not be limited to: Commercial (includes public accommodations .85 "(a) Adequate covered dumpsters Air supported structures (I.e. or trash accumulation areas to prevent tennis bubbles,swimming pod any construction-related item from covers and other similar devices being scattered around the job site or which are held In place by Injected air pressure) .15 Iii/ � • V 18.5 Memo To: ALL TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE EMPLOYEES From: Gary Suiter, Town Manage Re: Construction Debris Date: May 31, 2001 As a follow up to the Annual Town Clean-Up Day, it was brought to my attention that much of the trash and debris was associated with construction activity. You may have noticed this as well. Consequently, we looked up the requirements for contractors to keep their trash under control. What we found was a stringent ordinance that empowers the Building Official to shut down a job (or refuse to do inspections), should the contractor inadequately maintain the site: We need your help! If you see an unclean construction job site or any contractor, subcontractor or their employees Improperly transporting trash or debris from a construction job site, please notify Rob Welen or Kelly Michel In the Community Development Department with the specifics of the Incident, e.g. time, location, business name, vehicle make, license plate #, etc. We can then follow up and hopefully make our jobs easier next spring when we clean up the Town. Rob or Kelly can be reached at 923-5524, rweien(@tosv.com or lanichelra).tow.com. Thanks for your helpl cc: Craig Thompson, Rob Weien, and Kelly Michel A A : d 4m � � a :Lik' FF ,a61 rrrs Please Turn in Your Status Report Updates to Donna J. Garcia by June 13, 2001 at 5 P.M. Status Report Bullets in Italics have been previously listed June 4, 2001 Town Council / Town Manager 'Town Mana er's b f ceActlyttlegW A, Msisting with VLFOnd Forward PI "ary u , a Updahn rsonnajpolicles a S ys �I Amendmg2001Orlde� re ( ou r rah Completing aliriUel re 19 Deve oPing smmeraactiviti Town Attorney Town Att me D n*Ac IV] efq� SleveConn z5�I4'~.s•fr;s1 :-�'c� ' • ,'4� Housing Hous)ng DepapEiri �t�v tie ,siaffIs powe washing t e ;W a ainfln" =r �9 " h�; �Ti sc(}eduiediTprdfi4F�S.unim � l 'Et s Tf1el tr t Pu is Housing.M a np c C"en'tB� A ss refeas �rj`d�'s. �r so6n to so�plt pu�ho u�put atio" Currently tfjBre are no units'f9 , Paining olds are belri `ev�, Q" w ,aa _Br hCdg9lxlgr{ Parcel N. Employee Housing ■ Parcel"N"is now named Daly Town Homes. .roe Coffey ■ Joe and Scott are working with Norris on the guaranteed maximum price change order. ■ The groundwater is lower and the retaining wall Is being constructed. ■ The Mechanically Stabilized Earth (M.S.E.)wall to raise the bike path Is under construction. ■ Construction drawings have been submitted for a building permit. Finance inance'arlcPe "` `` "llv7" Vo{kth 0pudgeiatu$} " e ign e s vii c Sc yd�er, egtl� Re e o n R WHO Sit r • ro'eet Mana er ))plate ,�'�'+a^�`��4.? a , 4`�w. �' . . : . S • ., prYc2i7� �E" ryprd ;� qs� •: .. . : .• r7YCTrI'• t'c lcrMt 1Staff.Mana er 'Status • ;ActiVitylStaff Manager 'Status � o 5 t < � x^� i 1i B F � _" . • r 1 C¢'t:' , i � ' :, !Yl r+li�t fa9rfT�'�,z � fr :R •: •r, .•• r i rrhr( .'rr S fi �i�. i � w ai4'fr A,I y�jr E �Yr :r. • r r • • I��H Y ? 4'I fbf f Y 'STF 464 `P kK _• '. _ • • .� !J 1 15, � '1 b .t 5 t� d C 1 ti` b f 7��;ra ! � • • �.1 ) ,i 'pl d'.S-L [J.✓LL�L�eSv U.Y.iJL � Fnti4+t'T s. J..�i'Ll e '-;,CLy�. �`Q • • • a '-•: ••- . .M's{634;d�J4) �:�%9 d4ctidit 1StaffManager Status • 1 x ' f � s f., •. a �� • P �• 'AI�.-k.. r�'vvt -,r�tx•aS.LS.0 n1�.L.y_� v.,..m_.vu3.�. J�i<,rt 1. Commun ty Enhancement Pro'ects FMOB , • Brush Creek Seasons ;M1 Wqr m�op tha res�ofl Bernade}t9s elan - star + µ {��� �~ Will start theQveuetationtin' n , z r Flomes Board thl rrlo it` ln van t0 thl "tSiou` r Park Shelter ■ Staining and assembly started on O5114101. Bernadette Barfhelanghl ■ Arranging landscape Improvements for the construction area. Golf Course Cr ek` n ancer ■ Mountain Biking Event will be happening July 29rh, 3e, 31°. Coordinating this with SRA/Ski Co.?rells Committee. ■ Proofing the summer trail map has been submitted for review and returned to the Printer. ■ The next Trails Meeting will be the first week of June. Major Development Review U date Se�ert Star an� ' r^^ "",. • ,Extehz.io gr'n a Snowmass Center Expanslon Sketch ■ Re-scheduled the Joint Planning Commisslon/Town Plan Council meeting 06-11-01. Jim Wahlstmm I., (a:: h° -_.- A �" Wt11proU� e"'�LPP e�" e�$`eyln�"t 6, r !ti'o:!king.Pn dr����ls�i `sisal Dlv Idol Krabloonik Land Exchange ■ Follow-up Pre-Sketch application/discussion with JIM Wahlsimm applicant as needed. Minor Develo ment Review U date ,Snowmass =, k ; Re;Sc` I" ' n tv 'tt " `i5t% 50 s, Sent dom en s to t a nV an 16- County Referral Review ■ W/J Ranch, Tack Barn at Paragon Properties, and the . rim Wamshum Braun residence—May 2001. pspen�ySli�npr o ehlc 9 AQ ylicalort§ubm�tje0 , - MaUien h .ass et , he`. y d 1 Deemer(co iPl Y�eQ 10 ( ;NJIAoC;QU . d e wOun�o sc e Jilrfwahlstro Administration Modification, SUP, TUP, Variance InJst�at , MIo �.,. txn ySri _u A l� 4p�s7denta(�S � P Y Lot 68,Woeo Brun 1 no n qht constant outside envelope. r' ■ Buildin hey x . . .ap e Lot 445 Pines ■ Done. Lot 27,Woodrun I ■ Done. Lot 3, Pines ■ Variance, than a buildln envelo , P.C.07-11-01. a oN kn.n MS: a 0. Ce Pending U date Administrative ■ Fun,Run/Wrnik Thursdgy;June 2r,ap YD Aspen Cycling Club ReCH,Jupo 6d ',"' _ * "' ■ Colorado MUserPermlt lOssNued, ;7'.,, .F w Enforcement Update Signs atthe Male* ■ Pho(o9rePhed st8ris alt e�vlp JmWehlsfom/Ro,¢9/ VQtD� , n° � �'- ,'- ■ Evaluated a al s pomp ns i codas ^ ro� ' 1 `� 9' <?t�vT o` *t� ■ Prep p are stlnlma ry presents o of sign q rs a aloha with examples of ex1sJ1ng s)gntw�on an mail'..,-Initially presented to the P anhih 0 6' 16,01 with to[low-Li 05-02 ^ r y ■ Presented code language opt ns 0 1 a Comps Sign Plan iqt Village M " Commit;slop on 5%1 '.Pie trt l so a Ma! o 'e s and busines'sep ware Inv e e May 2; Banners A Mall &;AID Slo`e s ■ -7 f, r. and Ma 16.:Plannln Gommissfon rfeetiti sre artl` Sandwich 13oard�Slgr) �. - h rls n e obe co Pre ann SOlull { eal Es at@"OpenHouss"Sim Real Etta a�ompan as an o -. ChdS,C6rirBd,Robe Vo 'wellst invited to participate1n discus"ston gar s 7 v o- e � 3�z atnepdinenis to sign code-ca"May z n .. y i plann 9: dstlJnrssiop.@ggilfld Rdl. l ]GN:... Entry Columns at Divide ■ Individuals or associations may apply for varlanoe(s), or Chris ConraGRobert volpt Minor PUD Amendment. ■ Owners of lots where entry columns exceed permitted height to receive letter when time permits. Trans P,ortation Project Update Coordination- Gary Sulter e23-3777ext.206 Public Works-Hunt Walker 923-5110 Housing-Joe Coffey 923-2360 Community Development— ThompsoruStahmen/Michele/McIntire 923-5524 Town Clerk - Trudl Worline 923-3777 Finance-Marianne Rakowski 923-3796 Police Chief-Art Smythe 923-5330 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2:00 P.M. 5:30 P.M. T.C.Mtg. Housing Mtg. Conf.Center Kearns Room 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Suzuki 8:00 A.M. Suzuki 8:00 A.M. — 1:00P.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. Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 VLF in A.M. Holiday 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 2:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 2:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2:00 P.M. T.C.Mtg. 29 30 31 1 NI�