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08-13-01 Town Council Packet �C � � � , � � - C�1 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL Pt4CieC REGULAR MEETING AGENDA 08-13-2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 2:30 P.M. DISCUSSION AGENDA— 2:30 P.M. Item No. 1: 2:30 — 2:45 ELECTION ISSUES -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . .Page 1 (Tab A) Item No. 2: 2:45 — 3:15 DIAL-A-RIDE -- Dave Peckler. . . . . . . Page 2 (Tab B) Item No. 3: 3:15 — 3:55 SIGN CODE DISCUSSION -- Robert Voigt/Jim Wahlstrom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 10 (Tab C) BREAK 3:55 —4:00 P.M. REGULAR AGENDA—4:00 P.M. Item No. 4: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 5: SNOWMASS CENTER SKETCH PLAN REVIEW AND DISCUSSION SNOWMASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AND THE SNOWMASS LAND AND CATTLE COMPANY SKETCH PLAN P.U.D. APPLICATION FOR REDEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION -- Chris Conrad . . . . . . . Page 11 (Tab D) Item No. 6: RESOLUTION NO. 35, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO APPROVING 2001 SUPPLEMENT BUDGET EXPENSE ITEMS FROM THE PITKIN COUNTY Y2 CENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX FUND -- Gary Suiter. . . . . . . . . . Page 61 (Tab E) Item No. 7: DISCUSSION — HOUSING COMMITTEE UPDATE -- Joe Coffey. . . . . . . .No Packet Information 08-13-01 tc Page 2 Item No. 8: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS Item No. 9: CALENDARS. . . . . . . . . . . Page 64 (Tab F) Item No. 10: EXECUTIVE SESSION Colorado revised Statues 24-6-402 (4) (b) Snowmass Village Municipal Code Chapter 2, Article III, Section 2-45 (c) (2) Executive Sessions. AT THIS TIME IS IS THE INTENT OF THE TOWN COUNCIL TO ADJOURN THE PUBLIC MEETING CURRENTLY IN PROGRESS AND CONVENE AN EXECUTIVE SESSION WHICH WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. THE TOPIC DISCUSSED IN THE EXECUTIVE SESSION WILL BE: CONFERENCE WITH THE TOWN ATTORNEY OR SPECIAL COUNSEL FOR THE TOWN FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING LEGAL ADVICE ON SPECIFIC LEGAL QUESTIONS REGARDING 7 STAR RANCH ANNEXATION, WOODRUN V LITIGATION, RODEO PROPERTY ACQUISITION, PENDING LAND USE APPLICATION HOWEVER, NO ADOPTION OF ANY PROPOSED POLICY, POSITION, RESOLUTION, RULE, REGULATION OR FORMAL ACTION SHALL OCCUR AT ANY EXECUTIVE SESSION. Item No. 12: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: AUGUST 13, 2001 Agenda Item: ELECTION ISSUES Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Core Issues: With election deadline approaching, we need to begin narrowing the options with regard to ballot issues. General Info: Following is a brief discussion on each ballot issue: RETT Extension — Given the complexity and number of other issues that may be on the ballot this fall, staff recommends tabling this item until next year. Since the RETT tax does not expire until 2006, we have ample time to strategize our approach. This is an important revenue source and the election strategy must be well thought out. Aquatic Center—The primary issue here is location. The approved ballot language limits the location of the pool to "the general vicinity of the Community Park". Without changing the bond amount ($2.3 million), should Council pose the question to the electorate allowing flexibility in the location of this facility? Putting this issue on the ballot will indicate the strength of the Community's preference for the Community Park/Rodeo Lot location. Excise Tax— Craig Thompson is interviewing several realtors and contractors in hopes of determining whether there is a problem with the existing excise tax rate. I suggest we table this discussion until Craig's research is complete. Council Options: ■ Proceed with Election Issues • Direct Staff to conduct additional research • Postpone issues to a future election Staff Staff recommends that we postpone the RETT Recommendation: Extension ballot issue and proceed with a ballot issue providing flexibility on the location of the community pool. Regarding Excise Tax, table until next week when Craig can report on his findings. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: Monday 8-13-2001 Agenda Item: Information on Dial-a-Ride AR Service. Presented By: David Peckler Core Issues: Each proposal for DAR service has a specific cost associated with it. Council should review the attached information to determine the appropriate level of cost- benefit for the service. General Info: I have provided: • An email from High Mountain Taxi on their proposed service for this winter. • Information from last year's Council packet: the communique and three years of DAR service history. • Memo on our cost to provide the service from Chip Foster. Council Options: 1. Put off instituting DAR service until more funding is available. 2. Budget for an agreement with High Mountain Taxi to provide their preferred service as proposed in their email. Budget impact of$170,280 based on 21.5 Hours/day x 144 Days x $55/Hour. 3. Direct staff to try and negotiate with High Mountain Taxi to provide the DAR service as it was done in the past, based on metered receipts, with an incentive for the drivers. Budget impact of$30,000, but service may suffer. 4. Direct staff to budget for the Town providing the DAR service. Budget impact of$136,872 based on: the capital purchase of 4 vehicles and phone equipment spread over their life, one driver 21.5 hours/day with 2nd driver for peaks 6 hours/day, and the vehicle operating costs. Staff Recommendation: With regret, staff recommends that Council delay instituting DAR until more funds and/or staffing become available. Even though staff believes in the potential marketing and community benefits of the DAR service, staff feels that the limited resources this year should be applied to areas of higher utilization and cost benefit. Council should request staff to reevaluate DAR in the 2003 budget process. -a- Page 1 of 1 Main Identity From: Todd Gardner<tkgardner@ea rthlink.net> To: <dpeckler@tosv.com> Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2001 10:18 AM Subject: Dial A Ride David: Below I have listed the basic costs and principal responsibilities of our organizations with respect to creating 'Dial A Ride". Obviously, we will need to address the fine points at a later date when appropriate. Please call me with any questions at 925-4475 ext. 1. 1. High Mountain will provide one vehicle and driver, unless otherwise requested, to provide 'Dial A Ride" service within Snowmass Resort. 2. Hours and dates of operation shall be determined by High Mountain and the Town of Snowmass Village. 3. High Mountain shall provide 'Dial A Ride" dispatch. 4. The Town of Snowmass Village shall pay all marketing costs associated with the 'Dial A Ride" program including all advertisements in telephone directories. 5. The hourly rate per vehicle shall be $55.00 per hour. Sincerely, Todd Gardner 08/07/2001 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE LA S T ' yLL ^t' S MEETING DATE : October 2, 2000 BY: David Peckler ' N F 0 THROUGH: Hunt Walker SUBJECT: Staff Recommendation To Discontinue The Dial-A-Ride Program. OVERVIEW: I had a number of discussions with High Mountain Taxi about continuing and improving the Dial-a-Ride (DAR) service. The discussions included talks on increasing fares or adding bonuses to create an incentive for drivers to provide more responsive service . The bottom line for the taxi company is that they are unable to staff adequately to perform their fundamental services . Regardless of the incentives to promote DAR with their staff, the resources are not available to meet the customer'.s expectation. The peak demand time for DAR coincides with other demands for their service. Rather than incur greater customer dissatisfaction they prefer to not perform DAR. I have provided information on DAR for the last three seasons for your review. There may be a letter forthcoming from High Mountain Taxi . My staff has projected the cost for us to provide DAR. I have attached a report for your review. The total cost of the service for the winter, capital costs being spread over the life of the vehicle, would be roughly $118, 554 . Revenues from fares at a dollar per person would be between $6, 000 and $10, 000. The service would require five to six additional staff for the Transportation Division. The service requires four conventional, 4-wheel-drive vans . Hours of operation were projected to be from 6: 00 am to 2 : 45 am: with two vehicles operating during the peak hours of 11 : 30 am to 1 : 00 pm and 2 : 00 pm to 6: 30 pm. FINANCIAL SUMMARY: The cost of the service, less the potential revenues at a dollar per person, would be roughly $110, 000. 4 00-0 BOARD OR COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: The Financial Advisory Board recommends termination of DAR; stating that the costs out-weight the benefits . STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recognizes the potential marketing and social benefits of DAR. It allows you to market Snowmass Village as a resort where you do not need a car . This is a unique amenity for a municipality to offer, and rivals the "Little Green Cars" concept of Ben Wood. DAR can help ease parking demand in prime locations that have a limited amount of parking. DAR could offer a tremendous amount of mobility within the community. However, the timing for taking over the entire operation of DAR may not be favorable . The community is coming out of two poor tax revenue years. The financial resources available to the community will be needed to provide basic services . Also, the labor market is very tight . My division has not been successful in hiring a full crew for the bus operations over the last two winter seasons . We are very concerned that we may not be able to find the additional staff to perform DAR adequately. Overtime or any shift compensation pay was not factored into the cost of DAR. In addition, there are issues concerning the management of revenues if we collect fares . Being a free service we do not have a system in place to collect and monitor revenues . For now, given the circumstances, staff believes our emphasis should be on funding Village Shuttle services to areas of higher population density, rather than extending transit alternatives to less populated subdivisions . It is with some regret that staff recommends that the Council discontinues DAR. 3 Y/3S PAR TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE SCRVICC y/sTbRy TRANSPORTATION DEPT. WINTER 99/2000 DIAL-A-RIDE ACTIVITY I. DIAL-A-RIDE MONTHLY ACTIVITY MONTH PASS TRIPS AMOUNTS COSTIPASS COST/TRIP NOVEMBER 121 36 $302.70 $2.50 $8.41 DECEMBER 542 256 $2,450.60 $4.52 $9.57 JANUARY 1,021 484 $4,303.07 $4.21 $8.89 FEBRUARY 967 475 $4,241.25 $4.39 $8.93 MARCH 910 478 $4,296.86 $4.72 $8.99 APRIL 110 55 $510.57 $4.64 $9.28 TOTAL: 3,671 1,784 $16,105.05 $4.39 $9.03 TOTAL PHONE CHARGES $319.89 GRAND TOTAL: 3,671 1,784 $16,424.94 $4.47 $9.21 II. ORIGIN/DESTINATION SURVEY: We selected a number of days throughout the season to review in detail,which includes Christmas week, New Years week and Presidents week. #OF DAYS IN REPORT: 24 TRIPS PER DAY: 18 TRIPS: 420 PASSENGERS PER TRIP: 2.12 #OF PASSENGERS: 892 TOTAL COST PER TRIPS: $9.24 TOTAL COST: $3,883.05 SUBSIDY COST PER TRIP: $7.12 CUSTOMER PAID: $892.00 TOTAL COST PER PASS.: $4.35 SUBSIDY BY TOSV: $2,991.05 SUBSIDY COST PER PASS: $3.35 Use of Dial-A-Ride Service by Location: COMMERCIAL AREAS CONDO-HOTEL-APART. MALL: 28% ASPEN W OOD: 0.50% MARKET/CENTER: 3% POKOLODI: 0.50% KRABLOONIK: 12.0% SILVERTREE: 2% OTHER: 3.0% SMASS CLUB: 2% WILDWOOD: 1% SUBTOTAL% 46% EMPLOYEE HOUSING: 3% OTHERS: 8% SUBDIVISIONS SUBTOTAL% 17% RIDGE RUN: 12% WOOD RUN: 11% TOTAL% 100% MELTON RANCH: 4% OTHERS: 10% SUBTOTAL% 37% ,,610- TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION DEPT. WINTER 1998/1999 May 1, 1999 I. DIAL-A-RIDE MONTHLY ACTIVITY BILLED SUBSIDIZED SUBSIDIZED MONTH PASS TRIPS AMOUNTS COST/PASS COST/TRIP NOVEMBER 27 23 $167.50 $6.20 $7.28 DECEMBER 837 392 $3,093.73 $3.70 $7.89 JANUARY 1,820 787 $6,061.65 $3.33 $7.70 FEBRUARY 1,643 771 $5,720.68 $3.10 $7.42 MARCH 1,247 586 $4,673.45 $3.75 $7.98 APRIL 297 169 $1,426.55 $4.80 $8.44 TOTAL: 6,071 2,728 21,144 $3.48 $7.75 TOTAL PHONE CHARGES-NOV.'98-MAR.99 $279.67 GRAND TOTAL: 6,071 2,728 $21,423.23 $3.53 $7.85 11. ORIGIN/DESTINATION SURVEY: We selected a number of days throughout the season to review in detail, which includes Christmas week, New Years week and Presidents week. #OF DAYS IN REPORT: 24 TRIPS PER DAY: 25 TRIPS: 599 PASSENGERS PER TRIP: 2.36 #OF PASSENGERS: 1,413 TOTAL COST PER TRIPS: $7.98 TOTAL COST: $4,777.45 SUBSIDY COST PER TRIP: $5.62 CUSTOMER PAID: $1,413.00 TOTAL COST PER PASS.: $3.38 SUBSIDY BY TOSV: $3,364.45 SUBSIDY COST PER PASS.: $2.38 Use of Dial-A-Ride Service by Location: COMMERCIALAREAS CONDO-HOTEL-APART. MALL: 25% AS PEN W OOD: 1% MARKET/CENTER: 4% POKOLODI: 1% KRABLOONI K: 11% SI LVERTRE E: 2% OTHER: 5% SMASS CLUB: 5% WILDWOOD: 1% SUBTOTAL% 45°/, EMPLOYEE HOUSING: 1% OTHERS: 8% SUBDIVISIONS SUBTOTAL% 19% RIDGE RUN: 17% WOOD RUN: 8% MELTON RANCH: 4% OTHERS: 7% TOTAL % 100% SUBTOTAL% 36% 1000 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION DEPT. WINTER 1997/1998 MAY 5, 1998 I. DIAL-A-RIDE MONTHLY ACTIVITY BILLED SUBSIDIZED SUBSIDIZED MONTH PASS TRIPS AMOUNTS COST/PASS COST/TRIP NOVEMBER 56 30 $229.75 $4.10 $7.66 DECEMBER 992 524 $3,861.30 $3.89 $7.37 JANUARY 1,410 784 $5,466.00 $3.88 $6.97 FEBRUARY 1,471 759 $5,320.20 $3.62 $7.01 MARCH 1,543 776 $5,343.55 $3.46 $6.89 APRIL 479 258 $1,953.70 $4.08 $7.57 TOTAL: 5,951 3,131 22,174.50 $3.73 $7.08 TOTAL PHONE CHARGES-Nov.'97-May'98: $830.00 JUNE 8 JULY PHONE CHARGES: $51.23 GRAND TOTAL: 5,951 3,131 $23,055.73 $3.87 $7.36 11. ORIGIN/DESTINATION SURVEY: We selected a number of days throughout the season to review in detail,which includes Christmas week,New Years week and Presidents week. 0 OF DAYS IN REPORT: 24 TRIPS PER DAY: 30.2 TRIPS: 724 PASSENGERS PER TRIP: 1.93 #OF PASSENGERS: 1,398 TOTAL COST PER TRIPS: $9.04 TOTAL COST: $6,540 SUBSIDY COST PER TRIP $7.11 CUSTOMER PAID: $1,398 TOTAL COST PER PASS.: $4.68 SUBSIDY BY TOSV: $5,142 SUBSIDY COST PER PAS $3.68 Use of Dial-A-Ride Service by Location: COMMERCIAL AREAS CONDO-HOTEL-APART. MALL: 25.9% ASPENWOOD: 0.2% MARKET/CENTER: 2% POKOLODI: 1.1% KRABLOONIK: 11.0% SILVERTREE: 3.5% OTHER: 3.1% SMASS CLUB: 5.1% WILDWOOD: 0.6% SUBTOTAL°h 42.1% EMPLOYEE HOUSING: 2.3% OTHERS: 8.2% SUBDIVISIONS SUBTOTAL% 21.0% RIDGE RUN: 17.1% WOOD RUN: 8.1% MELTON RANCH: 5.1% OTHERS: 6.6% TOTAL% 100% SUBTOTAL% 36.9% t TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR REPORT Date: 07/1912001 To: Dave Peclder From: Chip Foster RE 'Dial-a-Ride"Service This proposal is based on our review of records for the"Dial a Ride"service that has been provided by High Mountain Taxi since its inception winter of 94-95 (February and March were the 16`time service was offered),through the winter of 99-00. The following is a potential scenario for Shifts and Hours of service if we were to run the Dial a Ride service during a winter season. Assumptions: 1-Service would be for areas not covered by our regular bus routes during the normal service day. 2-Service would be for all areas of the village when the regular bus service is not operating. 3-Hours service would be available: Mall start at 5:30 am. Last call for service at 2:45 am with run ending at approximately 3:00 am. 4-Two vehicles available for calls during peak demand at: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm. 5-To provide the Service we will need 4 vehicles(prices based on Dodge Caravan Sport Mini Vans with 4 Wheel Drive or Handicap accessibility) 6-Service costs are projected for a 150-day winter season. PERSONNEL COST =S 87,804 (The personnel cost does not include any Over-Time) VEHICLE CAPITAL RESERVE =$33,896 (To Start the Diala-Ride program will require an initial cash outlay of$166,000) VEHICLE OPERATING COSTS =$ 10,660 COMMUNICATIONIDISPATCH/RADIOS/PHONES =$ 2,913 (To start the program will require a cash outlay of $2,060) ADVERTISING =$ 1,700 TOTAL COST FOR 1 WINTER SEASON OF DIAL A RIDE =$136872 TOTAL CASH OUTLAY TO START PROGRAM =$168060 -9- TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: August 13, 2001 Agenda Item: Sinn Code Discussion— 1)PowerPoint presentation to lead the discussion of signage philosophy and frame general policy questions. Presented By: Robert Voigt, Senior Planner; and Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: . To identify the structuring assumptions and philosophical direction Council intends to use to define the Town's signage policies and regulations. • Define the purpose of a signage code in terms Of principles applicable to the entire Town. • Defining the areas of regulatory focus for a revised TOSV Sign Code. General Info: 0 In April, staff received direction from Town Council to review the Town's Sign Code with the Planning Commission;with the intent to help create a revised regulatory system that promotes effective and aesthetically appealing signage throughout the community. • Staff and Planning Commission received constructive public input and critique on the existing Sign Code and potential revisions through a series of public meetings. • To finalize recommendations made through the Planning Commission public meeting process, Staff is seeking specific direction from Council on their philosophical and policy direction as it relates to a revised Sign Code. This direction will be the guiding structure used to develop specific regulatory language for a revised Sign Code to be reviewed at subsequent Council Meetings. Council Options: . Provide direction to staff on the intended purpose and policy directions of a revised Sign Code. Staff Recommendation: Provide staff with policy direction. Staff will then prepare sign code revisions for Council review. q D "M TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: August 13, 2001 Agenda Item: Review and Discussion : Snowmass Center Redevelopment and Expansion Sketch Plan P.U.D. Review Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: Below are the core issues identified by staff and the Planning Commission: • Maximum Buildout • Combining Buildout between Parcels/Boundary Change • FAR Limits • Height Variance • Employee Housing • Community Based Retail/Office Space Needs • Parking Needs • Shuttle Route • Pedestrian Circulation • 30% Slopes and Access Issues • Drainage Concerns • Utility and Sewer Issues • Off-site Impacts • Phasing General Info: Attached is the staff report which summarizes the proposal (page 3) and specifically describes the issues along with a summary of the Planning Commission's discussion and recommendations concerning these items (pages 6-11). The report also references attached exhibits, such as information tables, comments from Town Departments or outside agencies, plan excerpts, and a letter from Woodbridge Condominiums. The report is provided, as required by Code, for information and reference purposes. The Planning Commission Resolution No. 13, Series of 2001, is also attached specifically describing the Commission's recommendations, comments, concerns and conditions. Please reference the separate handout which includes the application booklet amended May 21, 2001, the applicant's response to staff comments, and copies of photo simulations and cross-section studies presented at the Planning Commission meetings. Council Options: 1) Identify core issues of importance; and/or 2) Continue item for discussion at the next available meeting; and/or 3) Direct staff to begin preparing a resolution. \\NT_TOSV\BLD_PLAN\useNw\Snowmass Cenler\TC Rpt.0 8-13.01 S'mass CV Sketch Plan.doc ] Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that the joint meeting follow the conduct of meetings per the Code as follows: 1) Summary presentation by staff of the application, the Comprehensively Planned Area elements, and the core issues; 2) Applicant's detailed presentation of the proposal; 3) Staff comments, or questions to staff or applicant by Town Council members; 4) Accept comments or question from the public; and 5) Schedule item for continuance of public meeting on August 20 and schedule the public hearing on September 4 as per the publication notice. \\NT_TOSV\BLD_PLAN\useNmsnowmass Center\TC Rpt.08-.13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.doc 2 Planning Division Staff Report - Project Name: Snowmass Center Redevelopment and Expansion and Sketch Plan . Part 1 : Summary of Application and Major Issues Applicant Information: Applicant: 1) Snowmass Center Limited Partnership, C/o Nick Coates, Coates, Reid & Waldron; and 2) Snowmass Land and Cattle Company, C/o Dale Eubank Owner: 1) Snowmass Center Parcel: Snowmass Center Limited Partnership 2) Parcels A. B. F. G. H & H-1. and I. Faraway Ranch North: Snowmass Land and Cattle Company. Contact: Richard Shaw and Suzanne Richman, Design Workshop Project Summary: . • Increase size of the grocery store and post office by 10,600 square feet to 42,680 square feet • Reduce the amount of office area by 2,851 square feet to 18,119 square feet • Add 59 residential units within, around and behind the center as follows: ■ 8 single-family lots to the northeast of the center on Parcels H & H-1, northwest of Woodbridge Condominiums; • 20 units added to top floors of the center (conversion of portion of 21 and 31 levels along with the creation of a new 3'd level above the existing 2"d level and creating a new 4 1 level above the existing 3rO level); • 18 units above a planned 87-space underground parking area behind the center; • 13 townhouses, each with a double-car garage, located behind the underground parking area and within the draw area on Parcels B's expanded boundary into Parcel F. • Redevelop the character of the existing center to create an image of the new center consistent with the mountain character of the Town • Provide 3,200 square feet in west building for people mover link to new Base Village. • Reconfigure and construct new parking lots above and below the center • Complete 202 office and retail parking spaces and 104 underground and surface parking spaces for the residential units • Reconfigure and landscape the access road to the new multiple-family units. • Reconfigure and landscape the entry road to the Snowmass Center • Improve and expand the parking facilities and circulation around the center • Reconfigure service and loading area for four delivery trucks • Widen road and rearrange parking in front of the Snowmass Center • Construct new access road, maintained at 8% grade, to the proposed 8 single-family lots (road impacts 30% slope area) Please see attached Exhibits A, B and C for an explanation of the proposal in table format. _ a_ l\N7_TOSV1BL0_PLANlusefgwlSnowmass CenteffC Rpt. 08-13-01 S'mass Clr Sketch Plan.doc 3 Applicant's Request: _ Approval of the PUD Sketch Plan (applicable Code Sections 16A-5-300(b)(2)(a), 16A-5- 300(c), and 16A-5-310), including a rezoning to Mixed-Use 2, a height variance, and encroachment into 30% slope areas. The application also involves rezoning from SPA-1 to Mixed-Use 2 and SF-30. Consistency with Comprehensive Plan: Snowmass Center and the redevelopment and expansion proposal are part of the Faraway Ranch North Comprehensively Planned Area (CPA). The CPA, which is also codified, identifies elements that shall be provided and the elements that could be considered, which are listed below. In addition, there is a vision statement from the BTA plan concerning the center and a list of maximum unit number allocations per the Buildout Analysis Chart of the Comprehensive Plan. Elements that shall be provided per the CPA: • Improved vehicular/pedestrian connectivity and mobility to Base Village and the Mall as well as surrounding properties • Employee housing • Preservation of open space in the upper and middle part of the draws behind the Snowmass Center • Preservation of trails and other recreation areas Elements that could be considered ver the CPA: • Enhanced access to surrounding properties • Continued mixed use — including community commercial, office, public uses (post office, grocery, Town Hall) and residential • Redevelopment of the Snowmass Center • Creation of an informal meeting place for the community • Clustered residential dwellings at the base of the draw Following the BTA Plan of September 1992's Dream Vision Statement for the Future: • "The shopping center has been remodeled, some of it replaced by smaller buildings with apartments on the upper floors. A stone bridge with a covered pedestrian walkway has replaced the culverted earthen causeway." Per the Comprehensive Plan's Buildout Analysis Chart (attached Exhibit D), there are the following maximum unit number allocations within the Faraway Ranch North area: • B21 "Faraway North (Center)" for 30 DU, thought to be applied to the draw area north of the center or Parcels B & F; • B34 "Snowmass Center"for 15 DU, thought to be applied to the actual center site, also known as the amended Parcel A replat area; and • B56 "Faraway North (Woodbridge)" for 30 DU, thought to be the area proposed for 8 SFD units or Parcels H & H-1; 0� ,4 qPub CWT TOS"LD_PLAN\useNw\Snowmass Center\TC RDL 0 8-13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Ran.doc 4 History or Background: _ The applicant previously submitted a Sketch Plan application on May 7, 2000 for expansion of the commercial and office spaces. Subsequent review occurred by a joint Town Council/Planning Commission meeting on July 26, 2000 and by the Planning Commission on August 16, 2000. Discussion items included: • Vitality of the community center • The character of the center compatible with mountain setting • Functionality of interior spaces • Pedestrian circulation improvements • Revisions to the development standards • Defining the development planned in the draw areas • Identifying traffic and transportation impacts overall • Shuttle bus circulation needs • Sufficiency of parking for the existing and proposed center expansion • Connectivity to the Mall and the Base Village area, including a people mover link • Adequacy of service and truck loading capabilities • Clarifying whether or not employee housing mitigation requirements have been met The application was later withdrawn by the applicant. The application submitted a revised Sketch Plan application on March 27, 2001 and subsequently revised it on May 21, 2001 addressing comments from Town Departments and outside agencies. A joint meeting between the Town Council and Planning Commission occurred on June 11, 2001. Below is a summary of the discussion points: • Town Hall site -- Questions concerning an appropriate Town Hall site. • Parcel C —whether it was restricted for employee housing. (please reference Town Council Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988, in the application booklet). • Employee housing -- as fulfilling a Community Purpose criterion • Lodging seems appropriate for this site, but it should be provided with no exclusion from the rental of units. • Bedroom mix. Address appropriate relationship of bedroom mix to retail space provided • Office space -- shortage • Appropriate access -- to draw areas • Road widths —Address appropriate access road widths and Fire District concerns • Development restrictions. Address impacts upon and the development restrictions in the parcels within the draw areas • 30% Slope Impacts —Address impacts upon 30% slopes and compliance with review criteria • Transit route. Work on transit route issues • Off-site impacts. Respond to issues outside of property boundaries — Access to pad sites, Intersection improvements, Pedestrian/bridge connection, and Roadway access • Landscaping Improvements. Periphery landscape upgrades need to be addressed • Gondola/People Mover Issues -- 6w� OM \\NT TOSV\BLD_PLAN\useNw\Snowmass Center\TC Rpt. 8-13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.00c 5 Financial commitments concerning the installation of the people mover/gondola connection Determining and clearly defining the correct alignment for the people mover/gondola • Other connections. Provision for other connections to Base Village other than vertical connection • Parking allocation —determine what's really necessary for commercial/office and for residential uses —expansive parking lot surfaces should be avoided. • Height limitation — seems like this site could develop with higher density and height limit, because it would have minimal impact, and the site offers good views of the ski mountain. • Architecture -- looks good, but it should remain that way throughout the review process. • Construction phasing. Eventually address construction parking and staging areas and its impacts on existing tenants Woodbridge Condos concerns/issues/comments at the joint meeting: • Grade for road access to single-family area • Height of retaining walls for the access road, construction materials and landscaping • Length of access road • Address flooding problems • Address lighting Attached is a more recent letter dated June 19, 2001 staff received from Woodbridge Condominiums addressing its concerns (Exhibit M). Core Issues following Staff Review of Current Proposal: • Future Maximum Buildout and Unit Equivalency. Per the Comprehensive Plan's Buildout Analysis Chart (Exhibit D), a maximum allocation of 15 residential units are noted for Parcel A (part of the center site), 30 for Parcel B (located behind the center), and a total of 30 for Parcels H and H-1 combined (located northeast of the center behind Woodbridge Condominiums). After applying the unit equivalency ratios against the unit sizes proposed in the development, the application requests 100% buildout of the future maximum allocation of units. Please see the attached charts for an explanation of the unit equivalency requirements applied to the existing proposal (Exhibit E). Since the number of units proposed is above the 65% rule, the Community Purpose criteria are triggered. Planning Commission response: Following the Planning Commission review, the general consensus was that the SF-30 zoning proposed for the single family houses were thought to be appropriate due the site constraints in the area such as the steep slopes, drainage concerns, and the availability of useable land for parking. Planning Commission also found that the Mixed-Use-2 zoning for the center and the areas behind the center was appropriate. The resolution states (page 4) that the number of units could be exceeded beyond 45 units and that up to five levels and possibly more could be constructed on the site due to the site's location within the Town Core area and its proximity to the Base Village site. It was stated that the additional density could also help fund community benefits, such as an off-site connection to Base Village. The resolution states that the recommended additional floors could accommodate residential uses, including employee housing, and possible additional office space. The Land Use and Development Code prohibits buildout t1NT_TOSVIBLD_PLAN%userymSnowmass Center\TC Rpt. 0 8-13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.doc M.'6 '�' 6 above 100%, except that under unique and exceptional circumstances it can be sufficiently _ demonstrated by the applicant that the resulting development will, for good cause shown, exceed the PUD review standards subject to 3/. majority approval of the Town Council. Combining Future Buildout between Parcels. Per the unit sizes proposed and the unit equivalency ratios, 16.4 units are allocated to Parcel B, exceeding the 15 units allocated, and 28.6 units are allocated to Parcel A, below the 30 units allocated. The unit equivalent totals the maximum allocation of 45 units when combining the two Parcels. Planning Commission response: Planning Commission found that the combining of the unit allocation between parcels was acceptable and recommended that additional density be considered for the site (page 4 of resolution). • Parcel Boundary Change. The application proposes the expansion of the Parcel B into Parcel F. Parcel B allows parking and multi-family dwellings per the SPA-1 zone and an allocation of 30 units per the Buildout Analysis Chart. Parcel F doesn't outline a list of permitted uses per the SPA-1 zone, but the SPA land use plan permits rezoning of the parcel. The applicant is proposing a boundary line change and rezoning to Mixed-Use 2 to accommodate the proposed multiple-family development. In addition, the Comprehensive Plan designates multiple-family uses for Parcel F on the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use map. Planning Commission response: Again, Planning Commission didn't foresee a problem combining the allocated units between parcels. In fact, Planning Commission asked the applicant to pursue the possibility of extending the development farther up into the draw area. However, due to steep slopes and limited area for accessibility to units, the preference was for vertical development to achieve the density desired for the site. • FAR Limits. The existing center site sits on 4.269 acres (185,958 square feet) resulting in a FAR of 0.285. The application proposes 117,350 square feet of building square footage in the center and 48,700 square feet of floor area for the residential area above in the draw area, which totals 166,050 square feet. Using the new site area of 10 acres (435,600 square feet, which includes the center, Parcel A, and expanded Parcel B), the FAR equals 0.381. This is lower than the 1:1 FAR allowed per the proposed Mixed-Use-2 zone district for these areas. Planning Commission response: Again, the general consensus was that the FAR should be considerably above the proposed 0.381 FAR for a Town Core site. Planning Commission recommended additional "H.O.T." bed units, employee housing and possible additional office space (bottom of page 4 of resolution). • Height Variance. The height variance from 38 feet, per the proposed Mixed-Use 2 zone, to 50 feet also triggers the Community Purpose criteria. The height variance requires 3/, approval by the Town Council. The applicant submitted a color-coded drawing in an attempt to demonstrate that 50% of the building will meet the 38-foot height restriction. Planning Commission response: The height variance seemed to be a non-issue with the Planning Commission due to the desire to attain a higher density for this site because of its location in the Town Core and across from the Base Village site (page 6 of resolution). Planning Commission felt that the additional height would have minimum view line impacts �- 1"I no \\NT_TOSV\BLD_PLAN\user\Iw\Snowmass Cenler\TC Rpl.0 8-13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.00c 7 from surrounding areas, and it would provide maximum view potential from the site across _ the valley. • Employee Housing. Despite the 115% redevelopment credit, which currently indicates that employee housing is not required, employee housing could still be an issue since the plan proposes 100% buildout and a height variance. Planning Commission response: With the suggestion for more density, Planning Commission felt that some of the additional floor area could be utilized for employee housing despite the previous credit (Parcel C) that was given for Faraway Ranch North. Additional employee housing could also be needed, depending on the increase in floor area proposed with future applications. The resolution acknowledged that Parcel C was previously given to the Town as past credit for employee housing in Faraway Ranch North. However, Planning Commission recommended that the use restrictions regarding public facilities be removed on Parcels C, D and E comprising the Draw area (page 5 of the resolution) and that access provision to the site be provided. • Office Space Reduction and Community-Based Retail. There is a proposed reduction of office space as a result of the conversion of some of the existing office space to residential units. As a matter of information, the Town's lease with the center expires June 1, 2003, and if the Town desires to renegotiate a lease for office space in the center, there would be less office space to utilize. There may also be an advantage to having more office or non-residential space in the center if other nearby sites develop, such as Base Village. Planning Commission response: Planning Commission found that even with the office reduction from about 20,000 to 18,000 square feet, the net combined office and retail for the proposal adequately increases by 8,000 square feet. Planning Commission also suggested that possible offices could be located within additional floor levels and increased floor area (page 5 of resolution). The resolution recommends that the Town develop contingency plans for a new Town Hall location. In addition, Planning Commission found that retaining a community-based Center with uses to serve the locals in the community was an important factor with this application. • Parking Allocation and Distribution. Parking calculations show that the expansion will just meet the requirement of 306 spaces (202 spaces for the center and 104 spaces for the residential uses behind the center). An 87-space underground parking area is proposed behind the center to serve the condominium units without garage spaces. Included with the residential development are 13 townhouse units served by double-car garages (26 parking spaces). A total of 191 parking spaces are proposed south and southeast of the center to meet the demands of the center. In addition, 9 parking spaces in the 87-space underground parking area are planned to be reserved for use by commercial/office users. Staff's concern is that the commercial parking currently in the rear of the center is proposed to be relocated to another parking level farther to the southeast of the center. This would decrease the amount of convenient parking near the center. Staff recommended that since an underground parking facility was proposed behind the center, the applicant consider cantilevering the parking, in front of and level with the center, over the lower level parking areas. This would improve the equitable distribution and convenience of parking next to the center, especially with the proposed expansion of the post office and grocery store (Exhibit J). The Fire District also expressed that they don't support a possible reduction in required \\NT TOSV\BLD_PLAN\useNw\Snowmass CenteATC Rpt.0BoD13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.doc 8 parking for the center (Exhibit G) as it could create possible parking congestion problems in the fire lanes. Planning Commission response: Planning Commission decided that the cantilevered parking wasn't needed and that the savings from the cost of such a facility could be better spent on community benefits, such as an off-site connection to Base Village. However, the lower level parking area, next to Woodbridge Condominiums, was recommended for heavy landscape screening around the perimeter of the parking lot. Planning Commission also felt that the parking requirement for the multi-family area could be reduced based upon further study at the time of the Preliminary Plan review. However, it found that the parking for the Center, considering the variety of the non-residential uses involved, should at least come close to meeting the parking requirement. The lower level parking was recommended for employees with a connection to the Center (page 12 of resolution). Town Shuttle Route. Access for Town shuttle buses is a concern with the shuttle route and bus stop proposed in the initial submittal on the upper level next to the post office and grocery store. With the expanded retail area and the limited amount of convenient parking, staff felt that this would cause potential delays for buses on the upper level driveway and parking area. The Town's Transportation Division, as a result, requested that a combined uphill and downhill transit stop be provided centrally on the site (e.g., between Alpine Bank and the west entry into the Center) to better serve existing and adjacent and future uses on adjacent properties. See the attached memorandum dated April 16, 2001 from the Transportation Division (Exhibit 1). Planning Commission response: Planning Commission found In favor of the Transportation Division's position, and the applicant subsequently concurred with the reasoning that was given (page 10 of resolution). Pedestrian Circulation. Overall pedestrian circulation in, through, and around the site should be looked at carefully. The recreational PAR course trail in the draw areas, where the residential uses are proposed, should be replaced with the development proposal and as required by Planning Commission Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979. Also see the attached comments from the Trails Committee for details (Exhibit H). Planning Commission response: Planning Commission found that a relocated PAR course might be redundant considering the fact that there is an existing trail at the bottom of the hill. Instead, trail connections to the upper portion of the site were encouraged. Strong connections internally and off-site were also encouraged (page 11 of resolution). 30% Slope Impacts and Access Issues. The proposal impacts 30% slopes in three areas: 1) The road accessing the single-family area, 2) the building expansion toward the northeast, and 3) the access road on the west side to the multi-family area. A professional geotechnical engineer will need to demonstrate compliance with Code criteria relating to improvements within a 30% slope area. It is anticipated that retaining walls for the roadways in these areas could be up to 20 feet high, unless terraced. Development within 30% slope areas requires 4 out of 5 approval votes by the Town Council documented by an ordinance. In addition, the Fire District has requested that the roadways be widened to 24 feet for adequate emergency access (Exhibit G). Woodbridge Condominiums also expressed concerns regarding the proposed road cut (Exhibit M). _ Iq woo \\NT_TOSV\BLD_PLAN\user\jw\Snowmass Cenler\TC Rpl.08-13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.cloc 9 Planning Commission response: Planning Commission recommended specific design techniques to mitigation the off-site impacts of such a road (page 8 and 9 of the resolution). Other access provisions were also addressed on pages 9 and 10 of the resolution. • Drainage Concerns. There is a concern regarding the reduction of the size of the detention pond or the debris flow ouffall area within the single-family area due to the locations of the building footprint areas, the proposed increase of the impervious surface in the area, the problematic erosion sedimentation in the area, and the maintenance concerns of such a pond. The applicant agrees that there is a debris flow outfall area on Parcel H-1 and that the flow sometimes exceeds the capacity of the outflow culvert. Apparently, this is unsatisfactory to the Woodbridge Condominium owners according to the applicant's response letter. Also, see the Woodbridge Condominium letter dated June 19, 2001 (Exhibit M). The applicant stated that they would work with the homeowners to resolve the drainage concerns. Staffs view, however, is that detention ponding should be located in a common tract area, owned and maintained by a separate entity such as a homeowners association, rather than being located on a privately owned lot. In a separate drainage matter, the previously proposed detention pond on Parcel I was thought to be infeasible due to the steep slopes in the area. Instead, the applicant is considering the possibility of installing concrete vaults under the proposed lower-level parking area on the east side of Parcel A. Planning Commission response: Planning Commission requested that the drainage plan with the Preliminary Plan address certain items in the single-family area. Improvements to the drainage system along Brush Creek were also recommended (page 8 of resolution). • Utility and Sewer Issues. There are utility line connections and existing sewer problems within the building that should be addressed. The applicant plans to address these issues and the recommendations of the Water and Sanitation District (Exhibit K), including how the sewage lines within the building may be improved with the redevelopment of the center at the time of the Preliminary Plan review. Planning Commission response: Planning Commission acknowledged that the existing sewer line problems within the Center should be remedied concurrent with the infrastructure upgrades with the Center expansion. Planning Commission also noted that additional public restrooms would also provide a community benefit (page 13 of resolution). • Off-Site Impacts. The expanded retail space and the redevelopment will likely impact the intersection with Brush Creek Road and Wood Road as well as the regional bus stops at this intersection. This will also likely create the need for improved off-site pedestrian connections from Brush Creek Road to the center. A traffic study will be required with the Preliminary Plan application to verify the level of impact. Planning Commission response: Planning Commission recommended that 1) the regional bus stop shelter and a pedestrian connection be considered, 2) that a traffic analysis determine the improvements needed to Brush Creek/Wood Road intersection, 3) that the applicant have a proportional shared of such improvements, and 4) that access to the Conoco site be from the Center versus from Brush Creek Road (page 10 of resolution). it \\NT TOSV\BLD_PLAN\userWSnowmass Center\TC Rpl.08-13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.doc 10 Phasing. The construction of the single-family area and the redevelopment of the center should be done concurrently with a series of triggers, which could enforce completion of center's construction phases in lieu of having the single-family area constructed first. Planning Commission response: The Planning Commission resolution states the desire to tie the single family project and the Center redevelopment/expansion project together to ensure the redevelopment and expansion of the Center. The Planning Commission noted that the phasing would need to be extensively detailed to accommodate the needs of the existing tenants. Please see the applicant's previous response to the staff issues in the letter dated May 21, 2001, which is attached within the application booklet handout. Summary of Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that the core issues be addressed as per the Planning Commission resolution before the Sketch Plan application can proceed to Preliminary Plan review. Staff has also supplied a list of ideas related to addressing the Community Purpose criteria. Part 2: Detailed Case Analysis (for reference and informational purposes only) Public Notification: Legal notice appeared in the Snowmass Sun on August 1, 2001 for public meetings by the Town Council on August 13 and 20 and the public hearing notice for the meeting on September 4, 2001. Verification of certified public hearing notices to property owners within 300 feet of the site and the posting of public hearing signs were submitted by the applicant. Community Referrals: Referral packages were mailed to the following groups and agencies for review and comment: Public Works, Transportation, Building, Police, Town Attorney, Town Manager, Engineering, Snowmass Water and Sanitation, Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District, Housing, Landscaping/ Parks/Trails, Colorado Division of Wildlife, Colorado State Forest Service, Army Corps of Engineers, KN Energy, Holy Cross Electric, US West, and AT&T Cable. The Fire District, Trails Committee, the Transportation Division, and the Water & Sanitation District responded with written comments (Exhibits G, H, I, and K) Conformance with Code Criteria: (for reference and informational purposes only] Amendment to Official Zone District Map According to Section 16A-5-220(e), Article V, Division 2, of the Land Use and Development Code, an amendment to the Official Zone District Map shall comply with the following standards: (1) Consistency with Comprehensive Plan; (2) Consistency with purpose of zone district; sD 1 \\NT_TOSV\BLD_PLAN\useryw\Snowmass Center\TC Rpl.08-13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.doc t t (3) Compatibility with surrounding zone district; and (4) The applicant shall demonstrate that the following circumstances exist: Error, changed conditions, and community need. Analysis: The application proposes Mixed-Use 2 zoning for the center site, Parcel A and expanded Parcel B. SF-30 zoning, requiring a minimum lot size of 30,000 square feet for a single-family house, is proposed for the eight lots planned on Parcels H and H-1. The criteria for compliance of a proposed zone change is outlined above. The applicant's justification addresses the proposed zone changes to some extent. Further evaluation will be required at the time of the Preliminary Plan review following the direction given for the Sketch Plan application. PUD Sketch Plan Process and Review by Decision-Makers: According to Section 16A-5-300(b), Article V, Division 3, of the Land Use and Development Code, a summary of the items the Planning Commission and Town Council should consider in a conceptual manner during review of the sketch plan (depending on the size and complexity of the proposal) include the following: (1) Use. The appropriateness of the use at the location; (2) Comprehensive Plan. Consistency with the Town's Comprehensive Plan, including the 65% development rule and the appropriateness of the community purposes the applicant proposes to achieve; (3) Architecture and landscaping. Appropriate locations of buildings, compatibility of the mass, scale and density of the building with the character of the community and surrounding buildings, and the adequacy and appropriate locations of common or dedicated open space; (4) Natural resource and hazard areas. Identification of natural resources and hazard areas on the property along with appropriate mitigation; (5) Access and circulation. Acceptability of access and circulation including possible transportation options; (6) Parking. Compliance with off-street parking requirements and provisions; (7) Timetable. The appropriateness of the timetable or phasing of the development; and (8) Community welfare. Promotes the public health, safety and welfare. Sketch Plan Code Criteria and Analysis: Below is an outline of the review criteria (in Italics) applicable to Sketch Plan application per the Land Use and Development Code. Please reference the Core Issues section of this report, which addresses the summary of core issues as they relate to the Code criteria below. General Restrictions Criteria: General Restrictions: The following restrictions per Code Section 16A-5-300(c), generally outlined, shall apply to all PUD's: (1) Compliance with minimum land area requirements; (2) Compliance with PUD locational criteria; (3) Land uses permitted in a PUD shall be limited to those uses that are allowed, or are allowed by special review, in the underlying zone district; 0%)a v \\NT_TOSV\BLD_PLAN\useryvASnowmass Center\TC Rpt.08-13-01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.doc 12 (4) Compliance with maximum buildout limitations and criteria, including the 65% development rule; (5) Compliance with the variation criteria concerning dimensional limitations; (6) Compliance with the Community purposes criteria for PUD s, if applicable, utilizing the following purposes: a) Provision for restricted housing, b) Encouragement of sustainable development; c) Provision of open space and/or avoiding wildlife habitat; d) Encouragement of better design; and e) Development of necessary public facilities. (7) Variations of Development Standards Criteria. Any PUD that requests any of the dimension limitation variations authorized in Code Subsection (c)(5) of 16A-5- 300(c), shall also comply with the following standards: a) Height. 50% of the building or structure within the PUD shall conform to the height limits of the underlying zone district; b) Open space and minimum lot area. Variation shall not be detrimental to the character of the proposed development or to surrounding properties, shall include open space for the mutual benefit of the entire development, and the open space that is provided is accessible and available to at least all dwelling units and lots for which the open space is intended; c) Minimum building setbacks. Adequacy of distance between buildings for necessary fire access and protection, to ensure proper ventilation, light, air, and snowmelt between buildings, and to minimize the effects of transmission of noise between units and buildings. (8) Parking. Compliance with the underlying zoning's parking requirements, unless a reduction in that requirement is granted, pursuant to Code Section 16A-4-310(c). (9) Road standards. A PUD may be permitted to deviate from the Town's road standards to generally achieve greater efficiency of infrastructure design or to achieve greater sensitivity to environmental features, when the following minimum design principles are followed: a) Safe, efficient access to all areas of the proposed development; b) Provision for internal pathways to form a logical, safe and convenient system for pedestrian access to dwelling units and common areas, with appropriate linkages off-site; c) Design of roadways to permit access by emergency vehicles to all lots or units, including provision of access easements; d) Acceptable design of principal access points to provide for smooth traffic flow, minimizing hazards to vehicular, pedestrian or bicycle traffic, and to avoid direct access onto highway, arterial, or collector streets from individual lots, units or buildings when other reasonable access options are available. Review Standards: In addition to demonstrating its compliance with the provisions of Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions, and with all other applicable provisions of this Code, a proposed PUD shall also comply with the following review standards according to the Land Use and Development Code Section 16A-5-310: (1) Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan; (2) Preservation of community character, including consistency with the standards of Code Section 16A-4-340, Buildin D sign Guidelines, in order to be compatible with \\NT_TOSV\BLO_PLAN\user\iwlsnowmass CenteffC Rpt. 8-73-01 Cs Ctr Sketch Plan.doc 13 or enhance the character of existing land uses in the area and not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area; (3) Creative Approach. The PUD represents a creative approach to the development and use of the land and related physical facilities to produce better developments and to provide amenities for residents of the PUD and the general public; (4) Landscaping. Sufficiency of proposed landscape buffering both within and between the PUD and surrounding lands to minimize noise, glare, and other adverse impacts, create attractive streetscapes and parking areas, and be consistent with the character of the Town; (5) Compliance with development evaluation criteria of Article IV of the Town's Development Code, including: a) Protection of Environmentally Sensitive Areas; b) Brush Creek Impact Area; c) Flood plain and wetland areas; d) Geologic hazard areas, steep slopes and ridgeline protection areas; e) Streets and related improvements; 0 Public trails; g) Water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal and utilities; h) Fire protection; i) Storm drainage; j) . Easement characteristics; k) Survey monuments; I) Off-street parking standards, m) Landscaping, grading and other design standards; n) Energy conservation; o) Building design guidelines to preserve community character; p) Restricted housing requirements; q) Sign standards. (6) Suitability of the development, considering its topography, environmental features and any natural or man-made hazards that affect its development potential; (7) Adequacy of facilities for utility services, solid waste disposal, electrical supply, fire protection, roads and pedestrian circulation; location of site is reasonably convenient to police and fire protection, emergency medical services and schools; and the accommodates the efficient provision of transit facilities and services; (8) Avoidance of creating spatial patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services or that require duplication of premature extension of public facilities to achieve roadway continuity and alignment with existing platted streets to create connectivity, and to ensure that water and sewer lines are consistent with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District's service plan; (9) Provision that each phase of development shall contain the required streets, utilities, landscaping and other improvements that are necessary and desirable for residents of the project, including trail connections, which are for the benefit of the Town, are constructed with the initial phase of the development or as early in the project as is reasonable. Attached Exhibits: [for reference and information purposes only] Exhibit A Table showing impacts of Faraway North Parcels by the proposal Exhibit B Table showing existing&n d proposed figures by affected Parcels (j ..0 \\NT_TOSV\BLD_PLAN\useryw\Snowmass Center\TC Rpl. 1 -01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.00c 14 ----- Exhibit C Table showing the breakout of square footage figures by floor level Exhibit D Buildout Analysis Chart identifying the affected parcels Exhibit E Future Maximum Buildout and Unit Equivalency Chart per proposal, broken out by affected parcels Exhibit F Community Purpose ideas suggested by staff Exhibit G Memorandum dated April 17, 2001 from the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District Exhibit H Comments from the Trails Committee Exhibit I Comment from the Transportation Division dated April 16, 2001 and August 3, 2000. Exhibit J Staff drawings of suggested cantilevered parking area Exhibit K Memorandum dated April 24, 2001 from the Snowmass Water & Sanitation District Exhibit L Excerpt from the BTA Plan dated September 1992 Exhibit M Letter dated June 19, 2001 from Woodbridge Condominiums \\NT_TOSV\BLD_PLAN\user\jw\Snowmass Cenler\TC Rpt.0 8-13.01 S'mass Ctr Sketch Plan.doc 15 Exhibit A Page 1 of T , Impacts on Faraway North Parcels per Proposal (Affected Areas are the Snowmass Center, Parcels A, B, F, H & H-1; Parcels C, D, E, I & G Include no changes and will remain unimproved) Parcel Existing Conditions Proposed Parcel A replat area (for the Existing Center (not included Redevelopment and existing Snowmass Center) as part of Final land use plan) Expansion of retail and addition of 21 residential units; Zoning to PUD, Mixed-Use 2 Parcel A (located east and Existing Perking; Expansion and improvement northeast of the Parcel A Zoning is SPA-1; of parking and circulation replat for the center) Allowed uses: parking driveways; Zoning to PUD, Mixed-Use 2 Parcel B Perking and Circulation Expand boundary area into Limited to parking and open Parcel F to allow for 31 space by the SPA residential units with underground parking; Proposal to change zoning to PUD, Mixed-Use 2 allow retail, office and residential uses Parcel C (off-site and located Vacant; No change west of the Snowmass Center) Town owned via previous employee housing credit; Uses allowed: employee housing, parking, open space &community facilities Parcel D (off-site and located Vacant; No change west of Parcel C) Uses allowed: employee housing Parcel E(off-site and located Vacant; No change northwest of Parcels C & D) Uses allowed: open space& community facilities Parcel F (located north of Vacant; Proposed rezone to PUD, Parcel B) Zoning is SPA-1 Mixed-Use 2 to allow for expansion of Parcel B into Parcel F and to allow residential uses; Remaining portion of Parcel F to stay zoned SPA-1 Parcel G (located north of Vacant; No change Parcel F) Uses allowed: open space Parcels H & H-1 (located Vacant; Zoning to PUD, Single-Family northeast of Parcel A and the Zoning is SPA-1 30 to allow 8 single family lots center) Allowed uses: 4 tennis courts and an access road Parcel I Vacant; Addition of a proposed Zoning is SPA-1; detention pond Allowed uses: Open space, existing trails and bridge Exhibit B Summary of Snowmass Center Redevelopment Proposal Page 1 of 1 SNOWMASS CENTER LOT, PARCEL A, PARCEL I AND PORTION OF PARCEL F Category Existing Proposed Difference Acreage at the 4.269 acres 10.0 acres + 5.731 acres Snowmass Center Building Coverage 33,092 s.f. 43,990 s.f. + 10,898 s.f. Floor Square Footage 53,084 s.f. 117,338 s.f. + 64,254 s.f. • Retail 32,114 s.f. 42,680 s.f. + 10,566 s.f. • Office 20,970 s.f. 18,119 s.f. 2,851 s.f. • People Movers ace 0 s.f. 3,165 s.f. + 3,165 s.f. Residential (MF)at 0 units 51 units (20 at Center, + 51 MF units Snowmass Center and 31 behind center) behind 30,420 s.f. on the center; 1,521 s.f. average unit size; 48,660 s.f. total behind center; 1,570 s.f. average unit size Floor Area Ratio(FAR) 0.285 existing; 0.381 + 0.096 for the Snowmass Center 1:1 allowed Building Height 38 feet per Height variance proposed to + 12 feet proposed PUD, maximum 50 feet for the center Mixed-Use 2 Zone and 40 feet for the MF units behind the center open Space 25%required 39% N.A. Parking Reguired: 177 Reguired: 306 spaces (202 + 115 spaces spaces spaces for the retail center, and 104 spaces for the residential Provided: 191 units)—does not Include the spaces existing people mover space. Provided with proposal: 306 spaces, including 87 underground spaces, 26 garage spaces for the townhomes, 185 regular spaces south of the center, and 8 handicap/short- term spaces—but doesn't include the loading spaces. PARCELS H & H-1 Category Existing Proposed Difference Residential (SF) in 0 units 8 units (off-site) + 8 SF units Parcels H & H-1 30,000 s.f. minimum lot sizes; 4,500—5,100 s.f. unit sizes Floor Area Ratio (F.A.R.) For lots 30.000— 4,500 for 6 lots; N.A. 45.000 s.f.: 5,100 for 2 lots Maximum 0.13 FAR or 4,500 s.f.; For lots >45.000 s f.: Maximum 0.10 FAR or 5,500 s.f. Open S ace None required N.A. N.A. Building Height 28 feet per Same N.A. proposed PUD, Single-Family 30 �� � Zone I Exhibit C Page 1 of 1 Existing Snowmass Cent r (br akout by floor level) Cate o First Level Second Level --T-h-I­rd--L-9v-a-17 Fourth Level Total Commercial 32,114 s.f. 0 0 Non existent 32,114 s.f. Residential 0 0 0 Non existent 0 Office 0 16,170 s.f. 4,800 s.f. Non existent 20,970 s.f. People Mover 0 0 0 Non existent 0 Total 32,114 s.f. 16,170 s.f. 4,800 s.f. Non existent 53,084 s.f. Proposed Redevelopment of Snowmass Center (breakout by floor level) Category First Level Second Level Third Level Fourth Level Total Commercial 42,680 s.f. 0 0 0 42,680 s.f. Residential 0 5,244 s.f. 26,900 s.f. 21,230 s.f. 53,374 s.f. Office 0 18,119 s.f. 0 0 18,119 s.f. People Mover 720 s.f. 2,445 s.f. 0 0 3,165 s.f. Total 43,400 s.f. 25,808 s.f. 26,900 s.f. 21,230 s.f. 117,338 s.f. Difference +11,286 s.f. + 9,638 s.f. +22,100 s.f. +21,230 s.f. +64,254 s.f. �g . bNOWMA55 VILLAUt BUILDOLIT ~ LAND USE ZONING B OF DWELLING UNITS COMMERCIAIJOTHER = EXISTING AS OF EXISTING AND Cal L tL EXISTING FUTURE EXISTING FUTURE 4.6.98 APPROVED FUTURE EXISTING FUTURE PARCELS WEST WOODBRIDGE B21 Faraway North(Center) Jww I VACANT I MFR SPA-1 1 r26 0 0 0 30 0 0 B22 FbagkxrdRanch WW COM COM SPA-1 1 . 0 1 1 11175 623 Interlude ww MFR MFR SPA-1 1 26 1 30 0 0 624 Krabbarik WW MU MU MU-PUD 2 0 2 2 15000 15000 B25 Lamelwood ww MFR MFR SPA-1 1 52 1 59 0 0 B26 Uchenhearth ww MFR MFR SPA-1 0 40 0 44 0 0 827 Mo ntain Chalet W W MFR MFR SPA-1 6 64 6 77 828 Mountain View ww MFR MFR MF-PUD 129 0 156 156 0 0 829 Orthopedic Assoc MW.CWiic ww COM MU 0 2 0 2 2 3000 B30 Palisades ww MFR MFR PUD 0 26 0 - 26 26 0 0 B31 Pokoi"Lodge ww MFR MFR SPA-1 47 3 47 3 55 0 0 B32 Shadowbrook WW MFR MFR SPA-1 26 0 26 0 29 0 0 B33 SBvertree Fblel ww MFR MFR PUD 262 7 262 7 296 834 jSnomnmCenteF ww MU MU 0 0 0 0 15 53997 53997 B35 Snowrnass Conference Center 4ww ww PUB PUB 0 0 0 0 0 30000 6 Snowmass Ion MFR MFR SPA 1 37 2 37 2 B3 43 11117/98 Page 1 Wildout complete revl EAST WOODBRIDGE 654 Anderson Ranh ew PUB PUB PUD 0 16 0 26 26 48654 55110 655 Deerbrock ew MFR MFR SPA-1 15 0 15 0 15 0 0 1356 Faraway North(Woodbridge) ew VACANT MFR SPA-1 0 0 - 0 0 30 0 O B57 Faraway South Parcel K ew VACANT MFR SPA-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 B58 Faraway South Parcel K&N ew VACANT MFR SPA-1 0 0 0 0 50 0 0 859 Homestead ew MFR MFR PUD 14 0 14 0 14 0 0 860 Mellon Extension .,ew OS OS OS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 861 Offices at Snowmass Jew OFFICE OFFICE 0 0 0 0 0 13500 662 Rklge Jew MFR MFR PUD 36 0 36 0 36 0 0 663 Ridge East ' ew OS OS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 B64 Ridge Run I Jew MFR MFR DU 30 0 30 0 30 665 Seasons Four ew MFR MFR SPA-1 96 1 96 1 97 0 0 666 Snowniass Chapel 8 CC ew PUB PUB 0 1 0 1 1 20000 20000 667 Snowrnass Mountain ew MFR MFR SPA-1 1 1 59 1 59 1 1 60 0 0 868 Snowniass Villas(Blue Rods) ew MFR MFR SPA-2 28 0 28 0 28 0 0 669 StgwtlrasWWtldot Firehouoe ew PUB PUB 0 10 0 18 16 13692 17000 174 Warr-d a U 1 0 0 Exhibit E Maximum Buildout for Partially Dev loped Parcels Page 1 of 2 (Cod S ction 16A-5-300©(4)b) Parcels A, and B (expanded into Parcel F) Category Units Allowed Proposed Unit Size Unit 100% 65% per Number of Proposed Equivalency equivalent Rule Buildout Multiple- Ratio units Analysis Chart Family proposed Units Parcel A 15 10 1,350 s.f. 0.5 +0.05 7.0 4.5 per each 100 s.f. above 1,000 s.f. 6 11660 s.f. 0.75 + 0.10 5.4 3.5 per each 100 s.f. above 1,500 s.f. 4 1,740 s.f 0.75 + 0.10 4.0 2.6 per each 100 s.f. above 1,500 s.f. Total Parcel A: 20 -• — 16.4 10.6 Parcel B 30 8 865 s.f. 0.5 4.0 2.6 (area 19 1,740 s.f. 0.75 +0.10 19.0 12.3 expanded per each 100 into s.f. above portion of 1,500 s.f. Parcel F) 4 2,170 s.f. 0.75 +0.10 5.6 3.6 per each 100 s.f. above 1,500 s.f. Total Parcel B: 31 — — 28.6 18.6 rParcels j and B Grand Total: 51 -- 45.0 29.2 ---------- Exhibit E Maximum Buildout for Undevelop d, Parcels Page 2 of 2 (Code Section 16A-5-300©(4)a) Parcels H & H-1 Category Units Proposed Unit Size Unit 1000"0 65616 Allowed per Number of Proposed Equivalency equivalent Rule Bulldout Single- Ratio units Analysis Family proposed Chart Units Parcels 30 6 4,500 s.f. 1.0 +0.10 per 18.0 11.7 H & H-1 each 100 s.f. above 2,500 s.f. 2 5,100 s.f. 3.0 +0.5per 12.0 7.8 each 100 s.f. above 4,500 s.f. Total: 8 — 30.0 19.5 Exhibit F Some Community Purposes ideas suggested by staff, which Page 1 of 2 could be considered for the proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment Project: Concerning Transportation Issues: 1. Work with adjacent owners, including the Base Village owners, to participate in the improvement of the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Wood Road, including a possible new covered bridge over Brush Creek. Please reference the BTA Plan recommendations dated September 1992 for one idea concerning the alignment design. 2. Explaining how the gondola or people mover connection will be implemented from the Snowmass Center concerning cost sharing, lease arrangements, and construction. 3. Participation in the design and installation of a regional bus stop and shelters near Brush Creek Road and Wood Road, perhaps by working with adjacent owners again. 4. Consolidating the number of bus stops into two places at the center, despite the reduction of four parking spaces. Concernind Pedestrian.Circulation: 5. Improve the internal pedestrian circulation on the site. 6. Improve the pedestrian connectivity, even off-site, along the two access roads from the center to Brush Creek Road and to neighboring land uses and trails. Walkway connections along a street could also be detached incorporating street trees in the parkway area. 7. Retain and/or relocate the PAR course recreation trail through the site, which is actually required by Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979. Concerning the Multiole-Family Units: 8. Remove a few of the units in Parcel B, so that the number of units don't extend beyond the 100% allowed and/or remove a few of the units planned within the center for the purpose of retain the same amount of floor area for office space; and/or 9. Consider converting some of the residential units to restricted employee housing units, since the project is requesting 100% buildout. 10. As far as the timetable is concerned, develop the single-family area concurrent with the redevelopment of the center. Concerning Open Space Improvements: 11. Participate with the Town to improve Parcel I, located between Brush Creek Road and the existing trail, following the BTA Plan recommendations of September 1992, as follows: • Use the mature trees and stream to create a picnic and park area just off Exhibit F Woodbridge Road. Provide such public amenities as picnic tables, shade, trash page 2 of 2 cans and parking places, to welcome the visitor to Snowmass Village. (Note: This was implemented with the Mayfly Traif improvements, but it could be extended west of Woodbridge Road). • Reclaim the stream course by removing unwanted growth and re-establish riparian plant communities. • Landscape slopes near Brush Creek Road with Aspen trees to fill unsightly gaps and remove dead trees. (Note: The timing of such improvements would probably need to wait until after construction of the center redevelopment, single-family houses, and the Base Village site to avoid any sort of erosion damage to the improvements as a result of nearby construction). Concerning Parking Issues: 12. Make further adjustments in the parking on the site as follows: • Add more convenient parking beyond the 306 parking spaces required by cantilevering the upper parking area over a portion of the lower parking area by taking advantage of the existing grade changes. This may address the concern that the upper level area will be more in demand as well as supply more convenient parking to the center; and/or • Create a shared parking arrangement with the 67 space underground parking area; and/or • That applicant submit cash-in-lieu of $25,000 per space per Code Section 16A-4- 310©(2)c for each space that is below the parking requirement (if applicable). imam go Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District Exhibit G ' P.O. Box 6436 Snowmoss Vlloge, Colorado 81615 970-923-4412 Page 1 of 1 Date: April 17, 2001 To: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner From: John T. Mele, Fire Marshal 0 Subject: Snowmass Center Redevelopment Plan There are several fire and life safety issues that the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District would like to address concerning the proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment. Fire Apparatus access roads to the 8 residential homesites and the proposed townhomes, as drawn, do not meet the access requirements of the Uniform Fire Code (Sec. 10.203 UFC 1991) as adopted by the Town of Snowmass Village. Additional fire protection as specified in Section 10.501 UFC 1991 will be required. The indicated width of the access roads in some areas, as indicated on the Snowmass Center Redevelopment Plans, do not meet the 24 foot unobstructed requirement. Several turning radiuses and dead end access road measurements will need to be verified and/or adjusted so that they will accommodate approved provisions for the turning around of fire apparatus. The Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District does not support the possible reduction of parking spaces required for this project. (Referred to as a possibility, on page 12 of the sketch plan submission). It will be critical for this project to maintain adequate fire lanes due to limited fire access. it is our experience that any shortage in parking spaces relates to parking encroachment of fire access and fire lanes. Exhibit H Page 1 of 1 Trails Committee and Landscaping Issues: 1. Submit a well thought out pedestrian circulation plan. It should address flow and access around the building in a logical manner. 2. A Brush Creek Impact Report is required per Land Use Ordinances. This will need to be submitted with the Preliminary Plan application. 3. Keep development out of the green belt zone. 4. It would be nice for the Town to receive a public stream easement, for continuation of the improvements at Season 4 and Woodbridge. We request participation by the applicant, but the implementation of the improvements should be done by the Town after redevelopment of the center and Base Village. We've had problems recently making stream improvements with subsequent erosion sedimentation filtering into the stream with nearby construction activity. 5. The Trails Committee would like to see a new trail system installed, where the old one is removed (e.g., the recreational PAR course) that works with the new proposals. One possibility would be to build above the new subdivision to connect to the Melton Ranch Subdivision. 6. Pond must be brought up to current EPA standards/ NPDS discharge permit would be required from Colorado Board of Health. Make sure more bathrooms are added within the center for the general public, employees, and patrons. 7. According to your information, when does lease agreement expire with the Town? 8. Per the Town's Code, development shall be set back twenty five feet from measured horizontally from edge of the riparian area that is determined by a wetland mitigation specialist. 9. Submit a Slope Analysis Plan, due to development prohibited on thirty percent slopes or greater. This should be submitted with the Sketch Plan. Exhibit 1 Page 1 of 6 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION DIVISION TO: Jim Whalstrom, Senior Planner THROUGH: Hunt Walker FROM: David Peckler RE: Comments on Snowmass Center Redevelopment DATE: April 16, 2001 Thank you for the chance to review and comment on the Snowmass Center (Center) redevelopment project. My comments will be made in sequence with the Sketch Plan Submission (Submission). 1. Opening Letter to Chris Conrad and Jim Whalstrom from Richard Shaw, 2nd page, #3. "Improved circulation, service and parking will be provided on the Snowmass Center and adjacent Parcels" Reconfiguration of the roadway, parking areas, and the addition of space for a "gondola type connection" are mentioned, however, the transportation needs of the Submission are broader than that in my view. An improved intersection with Brush Creek Road (BCR),and Wood Road (WR) should be discussed with owners of adjacent property (Base Village included.) A regional bus stop to serve the Submission should be identified. Local bus service to the development is significant and needs relief from the congestion today, mentioned later in the Submission. A pedestrian walkway should be provided from the BCR/WR intersection and the regional bus stop to the development. Pedestrian movements should be discussed on a grander scale, encompassing getting to/from the Submission to other residential and commercial developments. The parking location and amount on the site is mentioned, but a reasonable management plan for the new long-term spaces needs to be defined to evaluate the effectiveness of the spaces. Traffic volume in the proposed complex, particularly on the lane in front of the Post Office, will be an issue for the Village Shuttle. Even with the road width being increased and parking being relocated, a reasonable enforcement plan would give the improvements more credibility. 2. Page 2, 4. Proposed Plan Summary, "Circulation and parking will be greatly improved." • Circulation: In looking at the Proposed Site Plan (Plan) I worry that the demand for prime parking may make it more difficult than it is today for local transit service. The buses have a longer road section to navigate on the upper road that has parking spaces on both sides. Today, there are 6 spaces in front of the Post Office and 10 spaces across the way, which causes significant delays to the buses trying to reach the drop off at the main entrance. The Submission proposes creating 10 spaces in front of the building and 15 spaces across the way, with an additional 3 or 4 spaces before the bus stop. This situation causes us to lose a lot of time because cars wait for a prime space to become open. Though the road is supposedly wider, this will not preclude a car from stopping in the middle of the road to wait for another car to leave a space. The design may encourage curbside delivery or short-term parking along the right side of the roadway, much as it exists today, which could constrict the travel lane. The bus stop design is probably too small to get parallel to the curb. It may be better to just leave the curb as a continuous straight curb. We would also require a 5'x8' pad for wheelchair lift Exhibit I Page 2 of 6 deployment, as per ADA legislation. I am very concerned that the developer has provided only one bus stop for uphill and downhill traffic. This would effectively double. the number of bus trips that exist today on the upper road section. A single bus stop serving multiple destinations would cause further delays and confusion for the driver and the customers. We have thought of running our bus service solely on the lower lane to avoid the upper lane, but find it too constricted to get two way traffic through there. A bus stop on each side of the lower road at grade with the commercial level would be our preferred configuration (if the lane width can be maintained.) Please, refer to my memo to Chris Conrad dated 8/3/2000 on the bus stop issue. A number of intersections have been added to the roadway. Delivery trucks still have an awkward approach to the loading docks that requires the stopping of traffic to back into the docks. The gas station still shows separate entrances onto BCR, which I had hoped might be addressed in the submission. • Parking: Most of the parking has moved farther away from the building. The loss of the upper parking lot leaves no convenient parking for quick trips or deliveries to the upper level businesses except in the cul-de-sac. This may create more demand for the spaces closest to the buildings, and create more congestion on the lane in front of the Post Office. The overall width between the bank building and the retaining wall, forming the South(West lower parking area is too narrow for the parking there today. 3. Page 3, "c. Parking and circulation at the Center need to be enhanced." I agree with the general statements in the bullet points. I do not think that the Submission addresses these issues as well as it could. For example, the pedestrian issue is not fully addressed in the design as far as I can tell. It basically shows the parking lot walkways and fails to get some pathway to the BCRNVR intersection. I do not believe that the shuttle bus circulation is improved. I will discuss my concerns for the shuttle bus circulation later in this document. 4. Page 4, Table I: 1 have counted the parking spaces a number of times and I come up with 182 parking spaces, not the 191 in the table. The Parking Space/Square Foot ratio is .0036 for 191 spaces, and .0034 for 182 spaces. This is higher than what is in the Submission for the new commercial and office figures. 5. Page 6, "c. Improved circulation and parking on the Snowmass Center and Adjacent Parcels". • The new parking spaces above and below the Center appear to be private spaces above it and public parking below. I don't think that this provides improved access to the upper level offices. I am skeptical that some shared use could lead to a reduction in the overall parking demand. • Adding length to the northern half of the parking lot may have added more parking, but it may also have added more delays to the flow of traffic on the lane. People looking for a prime parking space will wait for vehicles that appear to be departing. The reconfiguration of the public parking to the lower levels may increase this behavior. • I could not find 202 parking spaces for the office and retail. I did find 193 spaces. A Parking Space/Square Foot ratio would be .0032 for 193 spaces, and .0033 for 202 parking spaces. This is lower then the ratio that exists today. Without a significant improvement to prime parking, it is hard to understand how a lower parking ratio would be an improvement. • What measures are proposed to enforce the long-term parking lot? • NA 0M .. ----------------- Exhibit I Page 3 of 6 • The existing loading dock area is where the trash container for the building is. Does the space for the four loading docks include the trash compactor? Has the increased need for trash management (with the increase in the commercial, office and residential space) been taken into account? • The access road to the residential units needs to accommodate fire suppression and emergency equipment. Is the lane width and cul-de-sac radius adequate? I am concerned that the congestion on the roadway in front of the Center may not be as improved as the report suggests. As stated before, there may be greater delays to the bus service due to the demand for prime parking. Curbside parking could develop into the norm along the walkway for both short-term parking and commercial delivery which would constrict the roadway. Our experience with the bus stop at the Two Creeks portal has not been encouraging regarding this design. The bus stop is constantly used as a passenger drop off area. Our customers are constantly asking drivers which way the bus is going (to the Mall or to the Club) or they just get on the wrong bus. This problem would be compounded at the Center, given that there are six routes connecting the center to multiple locations. The single bus stop could be overwhelming to everyone. Again, I would ask that consideration be given to our suggestion of moving the bus stops to a location near the entrance to the Alpine Bank, see my memo to Chris Conrad on 8/3/2000. This would provide clear uphill (to mall) or downhill (to lodging) loading areas in a con§olidated location for the customer. It provides the path of least resistance through the Center for the bus system, reducing conflicts with private cars and delivery trucks. The stops would be: on grade with the commercial portion of the building, closer to other businesses, closer to the residential units, closer to the proposed people mover, and closer to any development in the Draw parcel. What is critical for the bus stops to move here is for the parking spaces and lane widths of the 35 parking spaces there to be wide enough so that the lanes are not constricted to one- way traffic. Page 8, 5. Population, Snowmass Center and Townhouse Parcels: Unless all the housing for any new employees is on site, there would logically be some impact to the transportation network by the Submission. I do not believe that, at this time, if it would be necessary to add any more bus service to the Center. I wonder if the statement 'The intent is to provide employment and community services for people presently residing in the Town of Snowmass Village, thus minimizing transit needs" can realistically be that altruistic. In this tight labor market additional demand for employees will affect the transportation network in some way. fo Exhibit I Page 4 of 6 Page 12, 12. Parking, Circulation, and Transit: Parking: Again, I would question the number of parking spaces mentioned in the submission. I can only locate 182 existing spaces and 193 proposed spaces for commercial and office parking. I think the community' feeling is that the current facility has inadequate parking at 182 to 191 spaces. This perception exists because the parking that remains on a busy day is in the lower level parking lot that is separated from the Center by a considerable grade and a length of walkway. Applying the 300 SF factor to the existing square footage generates a theoretical demand for 177 parking spaces, a number less then the 191 referred to as the existing condition. My perception is that there is little convenient parking in the Submission, given that the greatest amount of parking is in a lower level. For this reason I would be hesitant to consider reducing the parking requirement because of some overlap with the residential parking. Circulation: While the longer length of the lower access road should reduce the grade, there are more intersections along the road in the Submission. The intersection with BCR and WR is not improved or aligned with WR. The gas station still has separate access off BCR. The two loading bays across from the Southern and of the building are a good thought, but they put the rear door of a delivery truck in the traffic lane. This would not allow the use of ramps off the back of the truck. Transit: I am concerned about the parking because the behavior of private cars searching for parking affects the circulation, which affects the bus system's ability to get through the property in a timely manner. Today, there are 6 spaces in front of the Post Office and 10 spaces across the way, Significant delays to the bus system are caused by people wait for cars to leave these prime parking spaces. The Submission proposes creating 10 spaces in front of the building and 15 spaces across the way, with an additional 3 or 4 spaces before the bus stop. I have assumed that every bus, regardless of where it is going, would have to pull through this bus stop. This would be a doubling of the bus traffic on the upper roadway getting stuck in the wait for a parking space. Fundamentally, we want to reduce the potential interface between the buses and cars by moving the bus stop to operate on the lower road. If the circulation time through the Center becomesany worse, the service routes for 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 and 8 would go from 20-minute headways to 30-minute headways. This would be a serious decline in service to the core properties, or would require a great increase in operating costs to double service to 15-minute headways. This is potentially a big impact on the bus system as we know it today. Exhibit I Page 5 of 6 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TRANSPORTATION DIVISION TO: Chris Conrad, Planning Director THROUGH: Hunt Walker FROM: David Peckler RE: Proposed Location of Village Shuttle Bus Stop at Snowmass Center DATE: August 3, 2000 Attached is a drawing of where the Transportation Division would like to move the Village Shuttle bus stops at the Snowmass Center ("Center.") We have not come to this recommendation easily, but through a detailed review by my senior staff. We have considered what would be in the best interests of our customers and the customers of the Snowmass Center. We are also trying to accommodate the possible future development of the Draw parcel. Our major reason for relocating the bus stops is to remove the buses from the chronic congestion on the roadway in front of Building B. We see no solution to the parking/traffic problem here and cannot afford to loose any.more travel time on the routes today. The submission we have reviewed only lengthens the gauntlet we navigate today. Our proposed bus stops try to consolidate the number of potential stops into two places. The bus stops are greatly improved because they are consolidated in one spot and both are now on grade with major activity centers. The bus stops are farther from the grocery store for those who can catch the bus there, but they are roughly the same distance and on rg ade for those that must use the lower level stop. My staff and I believe that we need to make this change soon to preserve our operations. The impact would be the loss of four parking spaces, but the number of customers that we deliver to the Snowmass Center and the fact that we would be ADA compliant should more then compensate. Thank you for reviewing this memo. If you have any questions or comments, please call me. u0 .� pAl OEM III IN ME ' NO _tea v r # • •g I rY� J Exhibit J Page 1 of 1 7TnTT7�� v I I I I I � ♦ 113 ll III Ilw - ' � I lIll lull I IIlI f A& . s x I lilllllll ! I V. � z � Illllll � IIIIIIIIiII III . � _LQ i April 24, 2001 Exhibit K Page 1 of 2 SNOW\I ASS TO : Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner WATER & SANITATION Town of Snowmass Village ° ' ' a ' ` FROM : Robert Garcia, District Manager Snowmass Water & Sanitation District RE: Snowmass Center Redevelopment Project Jim, I appreciate your participation in the beginning of this project and hope we can continue with effective communication on future projects. I asked Dean Derosier to respond with his concerns, which are the same concerns the District would have. The District System does have the capacity and the ability to serve this project for both Water and Wastewater. Existing infrastructure around the existing Snowmass Center was originally designed, installed and located to provide service for these future projects. Lone line extensions to provide water or to collect wastewater will not be needed. The following are our comments regarding conceptual layout of the project. WATER : Existing pressure at the Center are around 100 PSI .Fire flows from nearby fire hydrants provide 1750 to 1800 gallons per minute. Water lines will not need to be looped to provide adequate fire flow to both the multi-family units around the center and the single-family lots. In order to provide a loop system for the multi-family units, a water line will need to be installed from the existing (proposed access) to the Townhomes along the road and into the Townhomes area looped to a connection on the west side of the existing building. We require that water lines not be installed in the parking garage. under the Townhomes or under foundations. If existing roadway grades will be changing, water lines may need to be re-located to accommodate the new grades and alignments. Service lines may need to be re-sized or located to provide adequate domestic water service and fire protection. Water connections to the existing system may need to be upgraded to accommodate increased usage and fire demands. The water line to service the single-family lots will connect to an existing line just west of the Center and be installed in the access road to the lots. This line will need to be looped to provide fire flows, reliability, and insure adequate service to the area. The line will need to be looped into the existing line in front of the Woodbridge Condominiums. However, since this line is in a different pressure zone, a Pressure Reducing Valve will need to be installed between the 2 zones. A main line will need to be installed to the end of the proposed cul de sac to provide fire protection. Our main concern on this line will be the construction of the road. We will need to accommodate the water line by installing the line into native soils. At least 10 feet from any structural component of the remaining walls needed to construct the road, and 5 feet from other utilities. Road Engineers will need to take the water line location and other utilities into consideration during the design of the road. _ QVS so@ SNOwMA.ST WATER&SANITATION DISTRICT• PosT OFFICE Box 5700. 660 FAIRwAY DRIVE • SNOWMASS VILLAGE-COLORADO 81615 TELEPHONR 970.923.2056 •TELEFAX 970.923.6271 Exhibit K Page 2 of 2 Pressures in the redeveloped Center should remain the same as they are now and the Townhomes should have 80 to 90 PSI. The single-family lot pressures will vary from 60 to 130 PSI. The Snowmass Center Developers should contact the Fire Department to obtain the exact hydrant locations needed to service the project. All main water line extensions will be 8" minimum Cl 52 Ductile Iron Pipelines. SEWER : The sewer system inside the existing building has been a problem area for many years. The existing building does not separate the grease and food items from the grocery or restaurants, from the solids from the toilets. This has caused major backups in the past and requires that the Center now pump and clean the lines on a monthly basis. Increased usage and development will make this situation worse. We highly recommend that the re-development address this issue and provide a change in the sewer service line sizes. grades, or alignments. The Townhomes will require a sewer extension to collect flows from either the west side of the existing building or extend the sewer line from the east side near the gas station. These options look to be the best, depending on the building layouts and elevations. This line would also be installed in the access road for the Townhomes, creating conflicts with the required water line to also be installed in this road, existing and proposed narrow road, retaining wall, existing building, and other utilities. The sewer service for the single-family lots will connect to the existing sewer line near the Woodbridge Condos. No major conflicts appear to be connected to the sewer line for this area. All main sewer lines will be 8" SDR 35 PVC with standard manholes. EASEMENTS : Water and sewer lines in alignment with lines that are installed 10 feet apart and side-by-side, will require a 30 foot easement. Lines laid separately will require a 20 foot wide easement. The developer is required to enter into a Line Extension Agreement, prior to any work being performed for the conceptual, preliminary, or final design associated with this project. The Developer shall contact the District immediately for details regarding this agreement. The District's Engineer will provide all Preliminary and Final designs for all line extensions. Robert Garcia District Manager Sno%vrnass Water& Sanitation District oft LIN so .SNO%%�115S WATER &SANITATION DISTRICT • PO4T OFFICE Box 51-00 • b60 FmMAY DmT C::JRADO 81615 TEE---. '.E 303.923.2056 • Tcu.a�303.923.6271 ------- r-mD111 L —�- Remedies Pape 1 of 1 Traffic problems here are caused by me aI confusing road pattern that faces the driver. r An expanse of asphalt slows the traffic _ s because turning lanes are not clearly marked. _- — The current road alignment that lavVs — s - Brushosek-Road should be redesigned to _ make the split onto Wood Road the main turn. —_' This would shirt the natural movement of the frlwr-k.ix. mad uphill toward the upper Village,and _ = develop a connection between the upper r t 3L shad.awn, Village and Snowiness Center. Such realign- _-_ ment will direct and slow traffic. But stops W T� should be placed at points along the straight SAM path station of road,not V curves. It the Conoco •tom station is to be relocated as part or the future —° redevelopment of the Rodeo ores,new bus '• stop buildings would be appropriate along this pan of Brushcreek Road. Slow fir(dis, Remove the existing large atvon and build ■new stone bridge to realign Brushctaek with Owl Crook Road. This becomes a major landmark of arrival for the Town • - a Center. 1 y (rlwdri six. Recapture the stream course and roostab- fish riparian communities and appropriate stream course landscaping. Remove excess signage. Place a land- ,: mark sign at the now turn In Bmshcroek -� Road directing cars to the upper Village. Proposed Plan A second landmark sign should be placed In front of the slope of the skier parking foG at the entry point of Wood Road,to direct traffic to the upper Village. • Replant trove on adjacent slopes and �'� ` • ' remove all unsightly dead trees. f ytin. ,• st landscape husbandry program should by � ti�f•7�9 1� started-this location would benefit immediately. VlLLACF oft eat _• Q� Gti f �d� � •tit'SI � n eoaa Exhibit M Page 1 of 1 L1100 bridc)e CONDOMINIUMS AT THE BRIDGE AND LIFT #6 June 19, 2001 Town of Snowmass Village RECEIVED Planning Commission PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 JUN 2. 0 2001 Re: Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Snowmass Village Community Development Dear Commissioners: Please accept this letter into the record of the June 20, 2001 regular meeting of the Planning Commission. Woodbridge Condominium Association objects to the applicant's proposal for a road improvement on slopes with grades in excess of thirty percent from the Center to access proposed home sites behind the second phase of the Woodbridge Condominium Development for the following reasons: (I) Variances that have been granted by the Town to the Divide and Pines developers for road improvement on grades in excess of thirty percent are not analogous to the applicant's request. The Pines and Divide improvements are shielded by indigenous trees while the applicant's proposed site is barren in comparison—made up of visible shale and small shrubs. (2) The proposed road will be highly visible since the road will necessitate the support of retaining walis in excess of fifteen feet. (3) A road cut into the shale may exacerbate an already significant water drainage problem which may increase flooding onto Woodbridge property. (4) The applicant has not addressed the feasibility of snow removal upon the proposed road. (5) The headlights from vehicles traveling on the proposed road and any anticipated - ttreethght-that ttnaybaerexted for safety reasons will likely adversely affect the homeowners and guests residing in Woodbridge's second phase development. On behalf of Woodbridge Condominium Association,I urge the Planning Commission to deny the applicant's request for road improvement on the 30% grade behind the Woodbridge development. Yours very truly, WOODBRIDGE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. Z ✓�� /d 1 John Srofe President mow(410 am Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Box 6160 Managed by Village Property Management, Inc 970-9234350 ------------------- ----------------- ., -L-T ri TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION No. 13 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION APPROVING WITH CONDITIONS A PUD SKETCH PLAN AUTHORIZING PROCEEDING TO A PRELIMINARY PLAN SUBMISSION TO REDEVELOP AND EXPAND THE SNOWMASS CENTER; PROVIDING OFFICE SPACE, INCREASING THE SIZE OF THE COMMERCIAL AREA AND PARKING FACILITIES, AND ADDING RESIDENTIAL USES IN THE CENTER, BEHIND THE CENTER, AND TO THE NORTHEAST OF THE CENTER ONTO THE FARAWAY RANCH NORTH PARCELS B, F, H and H-1. WHEREAS, the Applicant, Snowmass Limited Partnership, and the co-applicant, Snowmass Land and Cattle Company, submitted a PUD Sketch Plan, as an amendment to the current SPA and an amendment to the previous submission in the spring of 2000, on March 27, 2001; and WHEREAS, said application requests approval to: 1) permit the redevelopment and the expansion of the Snowmass Center (from 53,000 to 117,338 square feet), 2) increase the amount of the parking facilities (306 spaces, including an 87-space underground parking facility and 13 double-car garages, 3) create 20 multi-family units above the Center (53,300 square feet of unit area and accessory uses that are included in the 117,338 square foot total area)and 31 units behind the Center (48,660 square feet); and allow an additional eight single-family units northeast of the Center onto the Faraway North Ranch Parcels B, F, H and H-1; and WHEREAS, the applicant and co-applicant resubmitted a revised application on May 21, 2001 in response to staff and agency comments; and WHEREAS, a Public Hearing and Joint Public Meeting was held before the Town Council and the Planning Commission on June 11, 2001 to receive public comment and to identify major issues; and WHEREAS, public meetings were held before the Planning Commission on June 20, July 11, July 18 and July 25 to review the application and draft a resolution to Town Council; and WHEREAS, said Sketch Plan request was considered by the Planning Commission pursuant to Section 16A-5-320 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code ("Municipal Code"); and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed the application and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff as well as the requests of the applicant. am 1 --------------------------- NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Findings 1. The applicant has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A-5-320 of the Code to permit the Town Staff and the Planning Commission an adequate review of the proposed Sketch Plan. 2. All public notification requirements, as specified within Section 16A-5-60(b) of the Municipal Code, have been satisfied. 3. The proposed amendment is being processed in accordance with Section 16A-5-320 of the Municipal Code. 4. The application is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Sections 16A-5-40,16A-5-50, 16A-5-310, 16A-5-320, and 16A-5-330 of the Municipal Code. 5. The Planning Commission has, to the extent necessary for and pertinent to a Sketch Plan level of evaluation and review, determined that the application is generally consistent with the provisions of Section 5-230 C., General Restrictions, of the Development Code, subject to satisfying the applicable recommendations, conditions, comments and concerns contained within Section Three of this resolution. 6. The Planning Commission has, to the extent necessary for and pertinent to a Sketch Plan level of evaluation and review, determined that the application is generally consistent with the provisions of Section 5-230 D., Review Standards, of the Development Code, subject to satisfying the applicable recommendations, conditions, comments and concerns contained within Section Three of this resolution. 7. The subject area is identified on the Comprehensive Plan Environmental Sensitivity Map as being within the Brush Creek Impact Area, specifically Parcel 1. Any Preliminary PUD application must satisfy the provisions of Section 4-120 of the Municipal Code. 8. Planning Commission and Town Council Resolutions No. 2, Series of 1979, Item#9 (page 6) states, "That adequate easements be granted to accommodate the trails network to be developed in the forthcoming trails plan, and that easements accommodate a variety of trails to include use by pedestrians, par course users and bicyclists. It is understood that easements shall not be selected in locations that would obviously pre-empt use of lands necessary to achieve the building program" (that being 278 multi-family units and additional commercial space at the time). It further states that, 'The existing par course will be restored and any future relocation of the course to accommodate development will be at the expense of the developer." The Comprehensively Planned Area for Faraway Ranch North also states that preservation of the trails and other recreational areas are required elements. am 4900a 2 9. Faraway Ranch North Comprehensively Planned Area (CPA) states that the following elements shall be accommodated in the development of this area: (a) Improved mobility/connectivity/pedestrian orientation to Base Village and the Mall; (b) Employee housing; (c) Preservation of the open space in the upper and middle part of the draws behind the Snowmass Center; and (d) Preservation of the trails and other recreation areas. 10. Section 4-410, Restricted Housing Reguirements, of the Development Code, provides the methodology for determining the amount of restricted housing, which must be provided by the Applicant to sufficiently mitigate the employee housing impacted by the proposed development. It was determined through the review of the redevelopment expansion proposal, that the redevelopment application does not require employee housing mitigation due to credits provided for redevelopment projects and that Parcel C ("the Draw" area) was previously given to the Town to satisfy employee housing requirements within Faraway Ranch North. However, since employee housing is one of the required elements in the Comprehensively Planned Area for Faraway Ranch North, the applicant should consider integrating employee housing within the project, especially if the desired and recommended higher density exceeds the allocated amount for the area per the Buildout Analysis Chart and the Unit Equivalency Chart, 11. Planning Commission envisions that five levels, or possibly more, of occupiable space may be possible at and behind the center which could accommodate residential uses including employee housing, and possible additional office space where it can be accommodated, resulting in the provision of the residential density and possible additional services appropriate for a Town Core area. Section Two: Action. The Planning Commission hereby recommends that the applicant proceed to the submission of a Preliminary Plan for the Snowmass Center Redevelopment and Expansion to provide office space, increase in retail space, expand the parking lot, and add residential uses above, behind and beyond the center onto the Faraway North Ranch Parcels B, F, H and H-1, subject to the recommendations, conditions, comments and concerns in Sections Three below. Section Three: Recommendations, Conditions, Comments and Concerns. • The Preliminary Plan PUD application shall provide the application materials outlined in Code Section 16A-5-340(c)(2) and 16A-5-40(b). (1) Comprehensive Plan Zoning and Usage Zoning Issues: • Planning Commission finds that the proposed rezoning to Mixed-Use 2 for the center site, Parcel A and the expanded Parcel B into Parcel F of the Faraway North Ranch Parcel Map, is appropriate for the area mentioned due to the existing conditions in the area and the surrounding area usage and development. Oop / am 1 ` 3 • Planning Commission acknowledges by a 6-1 straw vote at the July 18, 2001 meeting that in consideration of the steep slopes in Parcels H and H-1 (located behind the Woodbridge Condominiums), the drainage impacts of additional impervious area, and the constraints involved in locating adequate off-street parking spaces, that the proposed rezoning to SF-30 for approximately eight single-family detached units is appropriate. If sensitive multi-family were to be proposed, it would be considered as an appropriate land use. Comprehensive Plan Buildout Analysis Chart Unit Eauivalencv and Density: • Planning Commission finds that the 16.4 residential unit equivalents currently proposed within the center, above the allocation of 15 units for the center per the Comprehensive Plan's Buildout Analysis Chart, and the 28.6 unit equivalents currently proposed in Parcel B (proposed to be extended partially into Parcel F), below the allocation of 30 units per the Buildout Analysis Chart, may be combined for the total of 45 unit equivalents allocated for the affected area. • Planning Commission finds that the residential density behind the center could be increased beyond the maximum 45 units allocated because: • The center site is located within the designated Town Core area per the Comprehensive Plan; • 'The center site is in close proximity to the Base Village site; and • The increase in residential density and the accompanying proceeds from the sale of additional units could be used to help fund community benefits, for example, off-site improvements and a portion of a connection to Base Village, as this is a required element per the Comprehensively Planned Area for Faraway Ranch North. • Planning Commission envisions that five levels, or possibly more, of occupiable space may be possible at and behind the center which could accommodate residential uses including employee housing, and possible additional office space where it can be accommodated, resulting in the provision of the residential density and possible additional services appropriate for a Town Core area. • Planning Commission acknowledges the constraints of potential access to and development within the draw areas due to the steep slopes, inaccessibility from adjoining land, and the difficulty of constructing access drives farther up the hillsides to provide more density for the site. As a result, density should be provided vertically despite the proposed height restriction of 38 feet per the Mixed-Use-2 zone district. See the Height Variance subsection under Architecture and Landscaping for further related recommendations. Residential Unit Usage: • A high percentage or a majority of the proposed residential units should be designated for high occupancy turnover ("H.O.T."). • There should be no exclusion from rental of the single-family detached houses and the multi-family units. ov�SD son 4 • The bedroom mix proposed is appropriate in relation to the commercial space proposed, although lock-off units are encouraged in the development of the project. Employee Housino: • Despite the fact that the application for the current proposed redevelopment and expansion of the Snowmass Center has calculated that no employee housing is required, Planning Commission suggests that the applicant consider integrating employee housing in the project because: . • The Comprehensively Planned Area (CPA) for Faraway Ranch North states that employee housing is a required element, even though Parcel C, located west of the center, was acquired by the Town of Snowmass Village in order to construct employee housing per Town Council Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988 as an employee housing credit for the proposed development at the time within Faraway Ranch North; • Use restrictions are in place for Parcels D and E affecting the Town's ability to develop "the Draw"area. Parcels C, D and E comprise "the Draw" and this applicant could facilitate development within the Draw with regard to removing use limitations regarding public facilities currently imposed, including the public access via a cross-access easement to the Draw site; • Additional density beyond the 100% buildout is recommended by the Planning Commission and a portion of the additional density could be utilized for employee housing; and • The provision for employee housing is one of the Community Purpose criteria for considering a dimensional variance, such as an increase in height, and exceeding the 65% buildout allocation, which is recommended to be exceeded to achieve the residential density desired for the Town Core area. Office Space: • The reduction of office space from approximately 20,000 to 18,000 square feet is not a major concern, because the combined office and retail space with the proposed redevelopment and expansion of the center will adequately be increased by 8,000 square feet from approximately 53,000 to 61,000 square feet. Although, additional "community-based" retail, as indicated in the Community Welfare section of this resolution, would be desirable. Town Hall: • A future Town Hall site or the current lease with the center is a separate contractual matter and should be discussed or negotiated individually and should not be included as part of the discussion for consideration of the application to redevelop and expand the Snowmass Center. • Planning Commission recommends that the Town develop contingency plans for a new Town Hall location. ago � ' Commercial Soace: • The arrangement of the retail or commercial space for tenants is generally acceptable with the recommendation that an internal connection be retained into the floor plan layout for pedestrian convenience and weather protection. This internal connection should be provided generally between the planned Post Office and the drug store locations. Public Restrooms: • Additional public restrooms meeting Uniform Building Code requirements would provide a community benefit. (2) Architecture and Landscanina Heioht Variance: • Planning Commission does not object to the requested variance for an increase in height beyond the proposed height restriction of 38 feet because: • It will allow for the higher residential density desired in the Town Center area; • The site is uniquely qualified to handle the additional building height; • The higher buildings on the higher grades will be located behind the Center and centrally on the site; • Views from surrounding properties will not be adversely affected; and • A proposed structure of up to five levels will still be compatible, in terms of height, mass, scale, orientation and configuration with the center, other nearby pad sites down the hill and with surrounding uses following the criteria in the Land Use and Development Code Section 16A-5-300(c)(7a). • Planning Commission envisions that five levels, or possibly more, of occupiable space may be possible at and behind the center which could accommodate residential uses including employee housing, and possible additional office space where it can be accommodated, resulting in the provision of the residential density and possible additional services appropriate for a Town Core area. Architectural Design for the Center and Multi-Family Area: • As far as the architectural design character for the proposed redevelopment of the Center and the new multi-family buildings are concerned, Planning Commission recommends that the following design items be implemented: • The building should incorporate a balance between stone cladding, wood siding, heavy timbers, and stucco; • Minimize the reflectivity from the roofing material and fenestration on the buildings; • A compatible color scheme variation is encouraged; • The varied roof-scape showing a high level of articulation with the Sketch Plan application, including the large amount of deck areas, should be retained in the design of future applications; • Overall, a mountain vernacular architecture design presence should be established for the Center and the multi-family area; • The drainage system for the building (gutters, downspouts, trench drains) should be functional and aesthetically pleasing; and • Provide in future applications, a snow slide management plan. .%�MOM 6 ---------- --------------- Architectural Design for the Single-Family Area: • As far as the architectural design character for the proposed single-family area is concerned, Planning Commission recommends that the following design items be implemented: • That design standards incorporate appropriate elements from other single- family subdivisions within the Town of Snowmass Village, such as Two Creeks and the Pines; • Encourage specific and rigorous design standards which promote a blending or an architectural theme of house designs in a mountain vernacular flavor that provides compatible yet contrasting designs from one house to another; and • Require the review and approval by the Design Committee for Snowmass Village Homeowners'Association. Internal Connection within the Commercial Floor Area Arrangement: • The arrangement of the retail or commercial space for tenants is generally acceptable with the recommendation that an internal pedestrian connection be studied in the floor plan layout for pedestrian convenience and weather protection. This internal connection should be provided generally from the grocery store to the Galleria area located in the west portion of the Center. Landscaping Improvements for the Single-Family Area: • Landscape standards should be provided for the proposed single-family lots to minimize visual impacts. • Native landscaping and/or beaming along the access road to the single-family area, where feasible within the affected area, should be provided to prevent vehicle headlights from shining into nearby Woodbridge Condominium units. • Although the Woodbridge Condominium project did not incorporate adequate buffering, building setbacks and appropriate accommodations for existing drainage patterns along the north side of the development, a landscape buffer with an easement, including berming where appropriate, is needed to work with the drainage patterns along the south side of proposed Lots 7 and 8 in the single- family housing area, and generally north of Woodbridge Condominiums and the existing trail. Landscaping Improvements for the Center and Multi-Family Area: • The breakup of the parking lots on the Center site with large landscape islands should be provided. • Snow storage should be accommodated. • Adequate landscape screening for parking lots, periphery areas and around the lower level parking lot is strongly recommended to mitigate visual and light impacts on Woodbridge Condominiums. 63 ---- Li htin : • Planning Commission is concerned about light pollution in general. Light sources should be shielded and downcast to the greatest extent possible. (3) Natural Resources and Hazard Areas. Drainage Concerns for Single-Family Area: • A drainage plan, required with the Preliminary Plan application, for the proposed single-family area should address: • The provision for drainage solutions to direct and to manage the storm water flows and snow-melt within the single family area; • The provision for storage of storm-water runoff from the parcels; and • The provision for adequate storm sewer line capacity to release the storm water runoff in a safe manner. Other Drainage Concerns: • Landscaping and improving the appearance of the off-site detention pond at the entrance from Brush Creek Road. • Allowing the Town to construct an extension of the Mayfly trail system farther west, with a connection to the existing trail farther above in Parcel I, should be taken under consideration and would serve as a community benefit. Participation by the applicant in this improvement is strongly encouraged. • A water feature for the off-site detention pond is encouraged. • A public stream and trail easement should be provided per the above noted improvements that are recommended. • Staff is encouraged to pursue the extension of the trail and Brush Creek enhancement to the west, beyond the Woodbridge Road entrance off of Brush Creek Road, with a trail connection to the existing trail above in Parcel I. • Overall details of the drainage improvements including maintenance for the sites should be addressed with the Preliminary Plan application. 30% Slope Impacts caused by Access Roads: • Because the proposed access road to the single-family area is steep, is quite long, and will result in cuts in the hillside, Planning Commission acknowledges that different types of retaining wall systems should be considered with the goal of concealing the road cut with vegetation and attractive retaining wall systems. • Planning Commission acknowledges the applicant's position that the design of the road will be studied for the Preliminary Plan submission and suggests considering the following where appropriate to mitigate off-site visual impacts: • Provide fill on the lower side of the road cut to: - Allow for vegetation growth on the lower side of the road cut; and - Minimize the amount of the vertical cut, which would lessen the retaining wall heights on the north side of the road; and 8 • Provide sight-line studies to verify where the wall or plant materials should be located to prevent off-site glare from the road surface and vehicle headlights into nearby Woodbridge Condominium units located to the east and south of the proposed access road. (4) Access, Circulation, and Fire Protection. Access to the Sinole-Familv Area: • Planning Commission acknowledges that the single-family detached area behind the Woodbridge Condominiums will need to be fire sprinklered due to the provision of only one access road to the site. • Adequate turnarounds in the single-family area must be provided to accommodate emergency vehicles. • Planning Commission finds that a 20-foot wide access road with all-weather two- foot gravel shoulders would be acceptable, only if the single-family houses are fire sprinklered and subject to Fire District approval. In addition, a narrower road width other than 24 feet would have less impact upon the hillside. Snow storage shall not occur on the road shoulders. • Planning Commission finds that secondary or primary access to the Woodbridge Condominiums would create too sharp of the turn into the draw area behind the condominium site and does not seem feasible. • The roadway to the single-family area should be privately owned and maintained by the homeowners association and/or a property management entity, as there is no public right-of-way accessing the center site from Brush Creek Road. However, a public access and/or fire lane easement should be dedicated for the roadway, and the road cross-section should be constructed by the developer and maintained to Town standards by the homeowners' association. Snow Manaaement for Access Road to the Single-Family Area: • Concerning the snow management for the proposed access road leading to the single-family area, Planning Commission finds the following: • The roadway is south facing which promotes rapid snow melting; • Storage of snow, and on the side of the road but outside of the two-foot shoulders is not considered a major problem; and • The road should be graded in such a way to create a drainage swale, preferably on the inside of the roadway cross-section. Access to the Multi Family Area: • For the driveway access to the proposed multi-family area behind the Center, the application has described a 20-foot paved driveway with an attached 10-foot wide sidewalk next to the Center and a two-foot shoulder on the other side of the driveway. Planning Commission has the following recommendations concerning this roadway: 9 • Since the road has a greater than seven percent grade, snowmelting the roadway, located on the north side of the Center where ice buildup could occur, would lessen the concern regarding the need for secondary access and the adequacy of access for fire emergency vehicles; • Revegetation of the hillside impacted by the cut to allow the wider access drive will be important to address with future applications; • Provision of a cross-section and an enlarged plan view of the proposed treatment will be helpful for subsequent reviews; and • The plans for the access drive behind the Center should be designed to create an attractive entryway for the multi-family neighborhood as well as address safety issues. Access to the Draw Areas: • Provision for legal access to the "Draw" areas (Parcels C, D and E) should be provided with future applications, including public access via a cross-access easement to the Draw site. Town Shuttle Route: • Planning Commission is in support of the Town's Transportation Division's position for the relocation of uphill and downhill shuttle bus stops and shelters to one location on the lower drive between the Center and the pad sites for the following reasons and recommendations: • The proposed location would generally be at the same grade as the west entrance into the Snowmass Center; and The recommended bus stops will be centrally located to serve the Center, the pad sites along Brush Creek Road, the people mover entrance, and future development in the Draw area to the west. • The provision of a cart storage area for grocery shopping carts for bus patrons would assist in the convenience of shoppers; and ■ The location of the shuttle stops suggests that an internal connection within the Center be provided, or at minimum, an external covered arcade should be provided for weather protection. Regional Bus Stops: • Off-site regional bus stop shelters should be considered including an appropriate pedestrian connection to the Center from Brush Creek Road. Off-Site Improvements for the Two Intersections on Brush Creek Road: A Traffic Impact Analysis will be prepared during the Preliminary Plan application to identify the amount of traffic that will be generated by the proposed project. The applicant has a proportional responsibility to participate in improvements to the Brush Creek Road intersections with Kearns Road and Wood Road to mitigate the traffic impacts of the proposed development. Internal Connections: • Existing or alternative access locations to the Conoco site should be provided from the Center versus Brush Creek Road. .. `�(w� v�/ to Pedestrian Circulation: • Pedestrian access to bus stops should be readily available for people traversing from the upper floors of the Center; • Inviting pedestrian walkways, connections, and crosswalks should be provided between the Center, parking lots, bus stops, and existing trails located along the south property line; • A link to the off-site pedestrian connection to the Base Village site with appropriate lighting is requested as it is required element in the CPA for Faraway Ranch North; • A location for a pedestrian connection should also be provided to the Draw area located west of the Center; • Planning Commission and Town Council Resolutions No. 2, Series of 9979, Item #9 (page 6) states, "That adequate easements be granted to accommodate the trails network to be developed in the forthcoming trails plan, and that easements accommodate a variety of trails to include use by pedestrians, par course users and bicyclists. It is understood that easements shall not be selected in locations that would obviously pre-empt use of lands necessary to achieve the building program" (that being 278 multi-family units and additional commercial space at the time). It further states that, "The existing par course will be restored and any future relocation of the course to accommodate development will be at the expense of the developer." The Comprehensively Planned Area for Faraway Ranch North also states that preservation of the trails and other recreational areas is a required element. However, Planning Commission acknowledges that a relocated PAR course trail may be redundant considering the fact that there is an existing public trail location at the bottom of the hill between the site and Woodbridge Condominiums. It may serve the community better to establish trail connections to the upper portions of the site. Other Trail Connections: See the section under Other Drainage Concerns for recommendations concerning trail extension and connection from the Mayfly trail area. People Mover: • The applicant will coordinate with Base Village planners to identify the route for the people mover/gondola within the project boundary to the extent possible with the Preliminary Plan application. ------- ------------- - --- ----------------- -------------- (5) Parking. • The Preliminary Plan application should demonstrate that there is adequate room to provide the required parking for the single-family houses. • The proposed lower-level parking lot on the Center site, east of the existing parking area, should be reserved for use by employees of the Center or by employees of tenants within the Center. A parking management plan should be submitted with the Preliminary Plan application. • The parking required should be reduced, based on studies at the Preliminary Plan phase, for the multi-family residential portion of the project because: • It is appropriate for the mixed-use nature of the project; • It would lessen the amount of paved surface parking areas; and • It would allow for an increase in residential density for the project which is desired for the Town Core area. • The commercial parking provision should meet or least come close to meeting the minimum parking standard for all of the non-residential uses. • There may be a need for more convenient parking for the Center as a result of the relocation of the upper level parking area. Consequently, the lower level parking areas should be connected to the Center. • The overall parking needs for the Center redevelopment should be further addressed with the Preliminary Plan application. (6) Timetable. Phasing: • It is recommended that the project phasing be determined to ensure that the single family lots and the redevelopment of the Snowmass Center be linked without restricting the timing or pace of lot development. Appropriate bonding or guarantee method to be provided by the applicant should be established at the next level of submission. • Planning Commission advises that the phasing plan for the redevelopment of the center must work and be extensively detailed to accommodate tenant needs and not interrupt core services. 12 (7) Community Welfare. Community Benefits: • Planning Commission finds that the following community benefits are being provided with the proposed application: • An expanded and enhanced post office to serve the community; • An expanded and enhanced grocery store to serve the community; • Additional residential density in the Town Core area; • Provision of employee housing opportunities including removal of deed restrictions on Parcels C and D and potential affordable housing within the project; • Enhanced pedestrian circulation on site and connections to offsite commuter and hiking trails; • Drainage solutions to the current situation that affects the Woodbridge Condominiums and improvements to the existing detention ponds; and • Improvements to public facilities including the shuttle bus route, public restrooms and Brush Creek Road intersections. • Planning Commission believes that the proposal should create, preserve and increase economic vitality that encourages and provides a community-based retail center for the Town. A "community-based" retail center that serves the permanent residents in the community is considered a community benefit. This should be defined with a PUD Guide or possibly some other mechanism defined by the applicant, submitted with the Preliminary Plan application, that would create confidence that a 'community-based" Center will be maintained. Examples of"community-based" retail include, but are not limited to, medical and dental offices, lawyer offices, real estate offices, a grocery store, a post office, a drug store, cleaners, a liquor store, restaurants, coffee shops, financial institutions, gift shop, and other similar type uses. • Planning Commission finds that the recommended increase in residential density and the accompanying proceeds from the sale of additional units can assist in funding community benefits, such as off-site improvements and a portion of a connection to Base Village, as this is a required element per the Comprehensively Planned Area for Faraway Ranch North. The recommended increase in density is viewed by Planning Commission as a benefit for the developer as well. • Planning Commission agrees that the potential employee housing within the recommended additional levels for more residential density, beyond what is currently proposed, would also provide a community benefit. • Additional public restrooms meeting Uniform Building Code requirements would also provide a community benefit. Utility and Sewer Issues: • Utility line connections and water line looping should be provided to meet Snowmass Water and Sanitation District requirements • Existing sewer line problems within the building should be remedied concurrent with the infrastructure upgrades needed for the proposed project. 13 - --------------------------- Off-Site Impacts: • It is acknowledged that the off-site roadways accessing the Center from Brush Creek Road will be regraded and repaved. Planning Commission recommends that these improvements also incorporate adjoining sidewalk connections (detached preferred with a landscaped parkway) and landscape upgrades, such as street trees. The applicant will contribute proportionally based on the traffic impacts of the project. Gondola/People Mover Issues: • Financial commitments concerning the installation of the people mover/gondola connection must be addressed with the Preliminary Plan application. INTRODUCED, READ, AND ADOPTED, as amended, on the motion of Planning Commission member Boineau and the second of Planning Commission member Benson by a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against, on this 25th day of July, 2001. TOWN OF S OWMASS VILLAGE PLANNI OMISSION Geo a P. uggin , a' an ATTEST: SherryM n ire, Planning Commission Secretary r� **,a�/ 14 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: August 13, 2001 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO.35, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION PF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE , COLORADO, APPROVING 2001 SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET EXPENSE ITEMS FROM THE PITKIN COUNTY CENT TRANSIT SALES AND TAX FUND Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Core Issues: Supplement Budget for % cent Transit Sales and Use Tax expenditures. General Info: This Resolution authorizes additional expenditures from the ''/z cent Transit Sales and Use Tax. The supplemental budget amount is $133,843. Line item amounts are listed in the resolution for your review. Council Options: ■ Approve • Amend • Den Staff Recommendation: Approval oplu SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 35 SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING 2001 SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET EXPENSE ITEMS FROM THE PITKIN COUNTY 1/2 CENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX FUND 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, in November of 1993 Pitkin County voters authorized the issuance of up to $13,650,000 of revenue bonds for the purpose of improving the public mass transportation system in the Roaring Fork Valley (the 'Revenue Bond Authorization") if such improvements are authorized by agreement between the Parties; and WHEREAS, at a public meeting held on July 19, 2001 the Parties considered and approved supplemental funding in the total amount of $133,843 for the purposes outlined in this supplemental budget resolution from the Pitkin County 112 cent transit sales and use tax fund; and WHEREAS, pursuant to voter approval the use tax had to be used first for the acquisition of the rail right-of-way and then for other transit projects; and WHEREAS, the Parties desire to approve the attached 2001 supplemental budget item with the understanding that upon the successful acquisition of the rail right-of-way in 1997, the one-half cent use tax revenues became available for other transit projects on an equal footing with projects funded by the one-half cent sales tax revenues; and Reso. 01-35 Page 2 WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council wishes to ratify the approvals given at the July 19,2001 meeting by adoption of this resolution. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, that the following 2001 one-half cent transit sales and use tax expenditure budget items are hereby approved. 1/2% Transit Sales and Use Tax Supplemental Expenditure 2001 Pitkin County RTA Election Costs $ 5,781 TOSV Transit Center Design 10,000 Country Inn Cab Ride Home Program 7,000 Roundabout Transit Component Reimbursement 111,062 Total Supplemental Budget Request $133,843 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on August 13th, 2001 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member , and upon a vote of in favor and _ against. Council member was absent. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Donna Garcia, Secretary/Records Clerk I4 Ugust Packet Calendar Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2:00 P.M. P.M. T.C. Mtg. BOCC Hearing For Sign 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 2:00 P.M. T.C. Mtg 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2:00 P.M. 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Transmittal Landscape Architecture Land Planning To: Town of Snowmass Village Urban Design Town Council Members Tourism Planning Jim Wahlstrom From: Richard Shaw, Suzanne Richman Design Workshop Date: August 7, 2001 Project Name: Snowmass Center Project #: 2347 Subject: Additional Materials Copy To: File The following items are transmitted: F7 Herewith F- Separate Cover rv— As Requested r For Review r— For Files r For Approval r For Information uantit : Description: 10 Copies Revised Application Document 10 Copies Response to Comments 10 Sets Illustrations of Submitted Project 10 Sets Illustrations of Modified Project 1 Set Affidavits of mailings and posting with supplemental material (for Jim Wahlslrom only) Remarks: As requested by Jim here are 10 copies of the current version of the application as well as supplemental materials that illustrate the project as submitted and as modified at the request of the Planning and Zoning Commission to show additional height and FAR. DESIGNWORKSHOP Albuquerque •Aspen •Denver•Jackson Hole• Phoenix•Santa Fe •Tahoe •Vail •Santa Cruz•Santiago•Sao Paulo 120 East Main Street,Aspen,Colorado 81611 •(let)970-925-8354 •(fax)970-920-1387 www.designworkshop.coni Design%Xorkdmp.Inc. Landscape Arehilrcurte Land Planning Urbwn Design "tourism Plauning 120 1'.u.i .\Twin Sne(I %,pen Culunulo "1`'11 May 21, 2001 1;•Irphnnr '1'.U 92:,-835a Fil.- imill. Mr. Chris Conrad and Mr. James Wahistrom °'II 020-13B, Town of Snowmass Village Community Development Department Alhmlwergm• P.O. Box 5010 Dcn„r Snowmass Village, CO 81615 - .1a.ksmi I-1n1i Lake-Tidwr 1,ho'Iii` Dear Chris and Jim: smtla le 9:w Re: Proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment Puulu Sketch Plan Application—Response to Comments Thank you very much for your detailed comments on the Proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Application. It was helpful to meet with you last week to understand your ideas in more depth. We have also spoken with the referral agency representatives who provided us with further background information. This letter is our formal response to the comments. It includes some clarifications and improvements to our current submission. We have revised our existing and proposed site plans to be consistent with the written changes. The Land Use Code, Section 16A-5-320, describes the purpose of the Sketch Plan process as: ".. an opportunity for the Town and the applicant to engage in exploratory discussion ofa development proposal... It should be expected that the development proposal may evolve during the course of Sketch Plan Review. " We anticipate that as this project proceeds though the increasingly detailed stages of the TOSV application and review process,proposed uses and sizes for the buildings will be refined. As a result tables and numerical analyses will be more precise. As you requested, we are providing you with digital versions of our existing and proposed site plans, via email. DESIGNWORKSHOP We have organized our responses in the same order as your comments. As the first two pages of comments were a summary of all those following, we have started on the third page entitled "Technical Comments concerning the proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment project". Where you have indicated that your comments should be addressed at the Preliminary Plan stage, we have not submitted a response for this Sketch Plan phase. There are also comments pertaining to Community Purpose as described in Section 16A-5- 300(c)(6). We would like to address those comments as we proceed through our meetings with the Planning and Zoning Commission and Town Council, therefore we have not included a written response in this letter. RESPONSES 1. GENERAL • As per your comments, the Snowmass Center Parcel on which the existing 53,084 sf Center is located is 4.269 acres in size. This results in a FAR of 0.285. The new FAR will be based on the final parcel configurations, and will include all portions of the building as required by Code. As you stated, our initial calculations indicate that the proposed FAR will be significantly below the allowed FAR of 1:1, in the proposed Mixed-Use 2 zone. • The square footage figures that you received a few months ago, from Coates, Reid & Waldron,were for net leasable space and were based on the current occupancy of the Center. We have rechecked our measurements. They appear to be correct and are shown on the attached existing floor plans. In addition, we have cross- referenced our measurements with the approved areas from the 1984 SPA(see submitted Appendix B) and they are within a few hundred square feet. • It is possible that these figures are different from your other figures for the following reasons: • In our calculations the entire ground floor is identified as commercial, as per the original SPA. • We measured the entire floor areas, including circulation, as shown on the SPA plans. We did the same for the proposed redeveloped building. 2. USES • The Applicant proposes to use a portion of Parcel F for multi-family housing, consistent with the current TOSV Comprehensive Plan that shows a slightly larger portion of Parcel F as a future multi-family area. z • Proposed Units 1-5 on the Center, will be accessed from a corridor on either the second or third level (on the west side of the building). That area is currently shown as being included in the units. • The current boundary lines between Parcel A and Parcel B have been shown on sheet L-0 and on all architectural plans in the existing submission. Due to the proposed new building configuration, Parcel A and Parcel B need to be combined. Previous TOSV Comprehensive Plan studies show multifamily housing considered for the combined areas of Parcels A, B and F. • As addressed in the following text, access and drainage concerns can and will be resolved on Parcels H and H-1. The proposed Single-Family 30 zoning on these parcels would allow more flexibility than the multi-family use proposed in the Comprehensive Plan, in addressing these physical characteristics. • The square footage size of the single-family lots is labeled on the submitted Sheet L-2 and described on page 7 of the written application. All lots are larger than 30,000 sf. • As referenced in the Comments, there is currently a debris flow outfall area on Parcel H-1,behind the Woodbridge Condominiums. (No detention basin has ever been constructed in that area.) The existing condition is unsatisfactory to the Woodbridge Homeowners. There is a culvert to convey the outfall beneath the road, but in extreme conditions, the flow exceeds the capacity of the culvert. The . Applicant has agreed to work with the Homeowners to jointly resolve the drainage concerns. At Preliminary Plan we will provide a more detailed geotechnical plan for containing and conveying the outfall, and show how that works with the proposed lot configuration. 3. DIMENSIONAL LIMITATIONS AND STANDARDS FOR GRANTING VARIATIONS —I4EIGHT RESTRICTIONS • The height variance from 38 feet(per the proposed Mixed-Use 2 Zone) to 50 feet for the redeveloped center portion of the plan,will follow the criteria in the Code as per the General Restrictions section of the Code, subsection (7). The applicant proposes to meet the criteria that require at least 50%of the buildings meet the 38 feet height restriction. We have included a description in plan forth,by shading in the portion of the roofs that exceed 38 feet. 3 4. ROAD STANDARDS - VEHICULAR ACCESS,CIRCULATION, AND TRANSPORTATION ISSUES: In response to the memorandum dated April 16,2001 from the Town's Transportation Division addressing the shuttle route and bus stop location, and following a long conversation with Dave Peckler, we would like to submit the following: • The Applicant would prefer to have the shuttle use the circulation route adjacent to the Center, with a shuttle stop in the middle of the building, as shown on the proposed site plan. Dave explained that unless there were no parking spaces, or a very wide road next to the building, he believes there will still be delays for the shuttle using that route. The new bus stop locations that Dave proposed are located in a central place especially should development occur on Parcel C. They are on grade for the Center and there is space to consolidate uphill and downhill shuttle stops. The Applicant would like to engage in further discussion on the shuttle route as the review process proceeds. • The two loading stalls on the West End of the site have been relocated to the area directly in front of the building near the gondola, see revised proposed site plan. 5. PARKING • We checked the number of existing parking spaces at the Center and counted 191. Please see the revised existing conditions plan for the locations. • The number of proposed parking spaces has been calculated as per Code. As described in the application, a total of 306 spaces are required. Loading spaces are excluded from that total. • 193 spaces are located in front of the Center. As 202 spaces are required for office and commercial uses, those outdoor spaces along with 9 designated spaces in the parking garage will be used to meet the requirement. The parking garage and the garages beneath the townhomes provide an additional 104 spaces for the residential uses. • As per the UBC, there will be four spaces for handicapped drivers in the parking garage and six spaces in the open parking area. They will meet the requirements of the UBC for size. The handicapped parking is included as part of the total parking provided. • The lower parking lot will be for longterm parking, for example for maintenance vehicles and for employees. 4 6. FIRE In response to the memorandum dated April 17, 2001 addressing fire access requirements and following a conversation with the Fire Marshall, we would like to verify the following: • The turnaround at the end of the road accessing the single-family lots has a diameter of 75'. • The lots that have driveways exceeding 100' shall either have turn arounds or sprinkler systems. • All turnarounds in the multi-family area have a minimum 35 feet radius. • All roads that are required for fire access will have a 24' wide driving surface. In some cases the asphalt surface will be 20 feet wide, with 2 feet shoulders on either side. We may also use rounded curbs on sidewalks. Please see the revised proposed site plan. 7. PUBLIC TRAILS—PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION AND CONNECTIVITY • Internal pedestrian circulation will be improved within the site. Please see the revised proposed site plan that illustrates the onsite pedestrian connections. The widened sidewalk directly in front of the building will improve circulation and enhance the pedestrian experience. • The access to Parcel C will remain available. • The lease agreement with the Town expires on June 1, 2003, as per the lease agreement of June 1, 1996. • Per the Town's Code, development shall be set back twenty five feet as measured horizontally from edge of the riparian area that is determined by a wetland mitigation specialist. This will be verified at Preliminary Plan. • A Slope Analysis Plan has been submitted, due to development prohibited on thirty percent slopes or greater. See submitted sheet L-O showing areas with 30% or greater slopes. 8. WATER SUPPLY, SEWAGE DISPOSAL, SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL AND UTILITIES • In response to the letter dated April 24, 2001 from the Snowmass Water & Sanitation District addressing the water service needs and the constraints associated with the sewer lines within the building, we referenced the letter to Coates,Reid &Waldron, dated June 8, 2000 from Wright Water Engineers. They addressed the sewer line problems in the building through extensive interviews and site review. Their conclusion was that such blockages in sewer lines result 5 from daily activities and is not uncommon in buildings with grocery stores and restaurants. They recommended monthly maintenance and repairing the low spots in the sewer lines or having an overflow to a new line. The next submittal will address how the sewage lines within the building may be improved with the redevelopment of the center, if necessary. • Restrooms in the building will be addressed at Preliminary Plan. • The Applicant will continue to work with the water and sanitation district concerning provision for utility services. • An open detention pond as proposed on Parcel I may not be of sufficient size due to the steep slopes in the area. It may also have impacts on riparian vegetation. Concrete vaults may be engineered to accommodate the additional drainage requirements, possibly beneath the lower level parking areas. This will be analyzed at Preliminary Plan stage. • The existing detention pond at the northeast comer of the east entrance off Brush Creek Road is used by the Center and the Bank of Snowmass development. The Applicant has a drainage easement agreement with the owner of the land. The Applicant will work with them to bring it up to EPA standards. This may include cleaning out the debris and silt. • The approximate location of Brush Creek and the culvert for the creek under Brush Creek Road are shown on the revised plans. 9. BUILDING DESIGN • As a design standard, the Applicant will commit to using stone as a material on the Snowmass Center building elevations. 10. NUMERICAL CLARIFICATIONS (Concerning the Employee Generation Calculations on Page 11) • The redeveloped commercial square footage would be 42,680 square feet throughout. • The multi-family square footage would be 48,660 square feet throughout. • The multi-family unit count would be 31 units throughout. • Staff believes the people mover will generate at least two jobs—one to assist people entering/leaving the transport vehicles and one to operate the people mover at the Snowmass Center end. The Applicant would like to discuss who should be responsible for providing this mitigation. • As Staff suggested,based on the employee generation calculations for a redevelopment project, an employee housing credit of approximately 28,OOOsf would remain in excess of that required for the proposed development. 6 10. GEOTECHNICAL— 30% SLOPES • The 30% slope and geotechnical issues have been reviewed by the geotechnical engineer, HP Geotech. In the opinion of the engineers, the existing hillside is not prone to slope instability or failure. They state: "The steep hillside within the access road alignment does not contain landslides and the bedding orientation of the foundation rock is generally favorable to the proposed roadway construction." Their letter continues: "In our opinion, the proposed construction should maintain the stability of the existing hillside and not cause damage to the adjacent property. " The final letter report from HP-Geotech regarding the stability and safety of the 30%slopes for road construction will be available at the time of the Joint Meeting. 11. TIMETABLE • The Applicant understands the concerns of the Staff in relation to the phasing of the project and the redevelopment of the Center. This will be discussed further as the review process proceeds. Again thank you very much for your time, and your consideration of this project. Yours truly, Q Suzanne Richman Project Manager, Design Workshop Attachments: I set of 11"x 17"plans showing the square footage of the existing building at each level 24"06"Revised Existing Site Plan 24"06"Revised Proposed Site Plan 11"x17"Rendered Roof Plans showing Height 7 F io 6e dtsi Heal k - 4ftiFwl1 gvAAG 4, 4MRO MOOw to Auc9h r • 4 w �, y , O "� 2•!a E— c Nsw FWA*th P41 t8p �ltOMb fay • b °- �NrNhA WN1�♦ 11{11 :� '• . - — . - �tadlZV. �MN wr �r► . 11� {�Ierr1 �Z '1 min, p� ' w Typical Conceptual Road Section for Road accessing Townhomes Snowmass Center Redevelopment Prepared by Design Workshop July 23, 2001 1" :1 O'- 0- •Y u 1�1� 1 xNr '�`. ...; 141 Alt 6 IRV ,.4 v: 1 �iwWl ¢ 1111 i:� P I p 1 !r � • � YAJ ��,'��M '� FF ,. a ��� ,��it '.�,:. � 1r ��1 ,� i P �+♦ �' � �i �iiglP�P°'°£`�1 '<r'< t r. i � _ y A lI 111 �4 f•� 1 � 1 1 at-Future-B-ase Village Snowmass Village, Colorado 1 Conditions 120 I�asj Main t •° P ! x x = F � 'i��,s. �•.944 :fit,�`"2Y s� 3 ,M � v� ` :� �{ � " � Rrd '�5,` f try t3 rt C RRk t* �I r ,n �! � 4 4. ti �'i� 1 �fx t ! n• l �r� 1� �'. all, 4f.j 1I�\,y� fP g / S (y®�.il i a '3=� � gi � l+Y / .r p ��E � :1 1,g✓�Ryi, y^ I ,,y ✓ry Y 1� P �t� f: , !,± M f � s�,r y �� ✓SP' '9_ 7 r �a4�i.-���f ; ? `§�A' ,>a, _ r X03 ��v -`F ��• 4 ,R. ter'.'. - � ;/ %fkt ' •� NT ,, fy y.�IT1py�{T �1.®`� lf�� i i1�1�3 q�` s ♦f `S�✓d! ,' Y R��,; g��A., � f'��/>brok ,� f`r/> f}��- � s*! /{�;� {�I �� «� 2 � �y// r�� tS` '/' ,�-i{`�' � .Y4r• � : /��lt �� i E` �l 3pp'� ,7 Y �3, _ N !� k P'Z{���"-.�C "� �1,- d�° Yd✓•�;Y )S r � ,sfp � f - t � h �,4gg �� � �„�, ✓p� �'� P � ,ti.a� � ��,. ,. , : ,� ,< x,13$ s. r �'�!# ux r; I > �i.. rx s IM r 4� N � J �b a a • f }„ ( g2c•S`..,. � }t� e_7 r.l ( 4 ' t� .A r. e—rae ' .a f ai iji�� gi J .��:. 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Z E14 1 lB )5 )0 65 60 55 50 ADDITIONAL HEIGHT STUDY As per Planning and Zoning Commission Directions Snowmass Center Redevelopment Imy zoos S�aic: r'— 10"-0" en Residential Unit Redeveloped Snowmass Center a Wide Sidewalk e Pedestrian Crossing;Ramj e Parking Area Foregroun Baegraund De✓elop��� onres CL 50'b t 85 BB 55. M 35 20 _ 15 Conceptual Section Through Proposed Project lee .'Snrwm�v Snowmass Mountain Condominiums August 9, 2001 Town of Snowmass Village Council 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO., 81615 RE; Snowmass Center Expansion Proposal Dear Council Members, Snowmass Mountain Condominium Homeowners are interested in the proposed improvements at the Snowmass Center. As a neighboring property, the Homeowner's Association Board of Director's has been interested in Nick Coates' plans for Parcel H & H-1. However, the Homeowner's Association does have some concerns similar to those expressed during the Planning Commission's review process by the Woodbridge Condominiums Homeowner's Association. The Soils Reports are of great concern and what conditions would be placed on the Developer in perpetuity for any soil or slope failures. This has as much to do with water management as soil stability. Due to previous problems experienced at Snowmass Mountain Condominiums and the expense the Homeowner's association incurred correcting the problem, due to water and soil movement, indemnification of the buildings down gradient from the project may need to be done. Currently, the drain culvert from Parcel H-1 crosses Snowmass Mountain Condominium Property as the low point in this parcel abuts our property line. It was made clear during Planning Commission discussions that the current water management will need to be upgraded. The Road cut as proposed also raises concern about crossing a 30% slope for part of it. A road easement across Snowmass Mountain Condominiums for access to Parcel H-1 had been previously discussed, however, no agreement was reached. Therefore, the Board has concerns about emergency access to Parcel H & H-1 in the event of a road failure and potential impacts on Snowmass Mountain Condominiums. Sind , Basil Griffin President, Snowmass Mountain Condominiums B. O. D. P.O. Box 5124 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 A440 � a�3of Snowmass Mountain Condominiums August 9, 2001 Town of Snowmass Village Council 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO., 81615 RE; Snowmass Center Expansion Proposal Dear Council Members, Snowmass Mountain Condominium Homeowners are interested in the proposed improvements at the Snowmass Center. As a neighboring property, the Homeowner's Association Board of Director's has been interested in Nick Coates' plans for Parcel H & H-1. However, the Homeowner's Association does have some concerns similar to those expressed during the Planning Commission's review process by the Woodbridge Condominiums Homeowner's Association. The Soils Reports are of great concern and what conditions would be placed on the Developer in perpetuity for any soil or slope failures. This has as much to do with water management as soil stability. Due to previous problems experienced at Snowmass Mountain Condominiums and the expense the Homeowner's association incurred correcting the problem, due to water and soil movement, indemnification of the buildings down gradient from the project may need to be done. Currently, the drain culvert from Parcel H-1 crosses Snowmass Mountain Condominium Property as the low point in this parcel abuts our property line. It was made clear during Planning Commission discussions that the current water management will need to be upgraded. The Road cut as proposed also raises concern about crossing a 30% slope for part of it. A road easement across Snowmass Mountain Condominiums for access to Parcel H-1 had been previously discussed, however, no agreement was reached. Therefore, the Board has concerns about emergency access to Parcel H & H-1 in the event of a road failure and potential impacts on Snowmass Mountain Condominiums. Sind Basil Griffin President, Snowmass Mountain Condominiums B. O. D. P.O. Box 5124 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 �' (a o- f `rc Village Townof Snowmass M 1110 To: Town Council From: Gary Suiter, Town Manageq' Date: 08/10/01 Re: Job Description, Performance Standards & Specific Objectives Bob Purvis and I have completed our work on the above-referenced documents. All are attached for your review. These documents have helped clarify and better define my position and responsibilities. However, some areas need further discussion. For example, my role with respect to complex issues (e.g., SVRA, Rodeo, and Forward Plan) requires further discussion and clarification. I will be scheduling this for general discussion on August 20"', but would like to continue our dialogue (that we had with Jose) in a less formal setting. Perhaps we could meet the morning of the 21s` or 22°d to finish our discussion? I will follow up with you. Thanks. •Page 1 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN MANAGER JOB DESCRIPTION GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK The Town Manager serves as the General Manager and Chief Administrative Officer of the Town, and is appointed by the Town Council. The Town Manager is responsible to the Town Council, under the general supervision of the Mayor, for the proper administration of all the affairs of the Town. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Identifies the Town's strategic planning and project management requirements. Initiates and leads those programs necessary to satisfy such requirements within the scope and timing as agreed with the Town Council. Assures that the day-to day operations are managed in accordance with the agreed Performance Standards. Responsible for the hiring, firing, evaluation and compensation of Town employees. Oversees the Public Works, Police, Finance, Community Development, Housing and Town Clerk Departments. Serves as the Town Treasurer, overseeing and monitoring the annual budget. In addition, enforces the laws, contracts and ordinances of the Town. Maintains excellent community and intergovernmental relations. Performs other duties as may be prescribed by Council SKILLWABILITIES Must possess both generalist and basic management skills such as problem solving; goal setting and prioritization; work programming; project management; research skills; organizational skills; organizational development; and budgeting and fiscal management. Ability to effectively implement the policies, projects and directives of the Town Council. Requires social/personal skills to motivate employees in a positive way, foster interpersonal relations, and respond to customer needs. Must be an effective leader and supervisor by inspiring loyalty in staff, being clear with ideas and getting things done through others. Excellent communication and judgment/decision making skills are a must. Requires good listening skills, facilitation/mediation skills, political awareness and an honest and ethical value system. QUALIFICATIONS Qualifications are determined by the Town Council with regard to fitness, competency, training and experience. Recommend a minimum of five years experience at a senior administrative level in local government, with experience in dealing with typical municipal issues. Bachelors Degree recommended with Masters Degree preferred in a relevant field. COMPENSATION The Town Manager's salary and terms are determined by the Town Council, including any separation pay, subject to the terms of any employment contract. Rev.ero1 TOWN MANAGER'S ANNUAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS KEY AREA OF MEASURING PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITY CRITERIA STANDARD GENERAL MGM'T AND ADMINISTRATION • Operations • Operational Indicators • Present Council with Monthly Operational Indicators and analysis • Contract Admin. • Frequency of review • Review and analyze all contracts at least annually. Act on contracts requiring compliance, amendment or renewal. • Council Support • Completion Date • Complete & implement Town Council directives, policies& projects by agreed date. • Forward Planning • Currency of 'lit for •' Implement annual purpose" projects specific objectives within a reed timeframes. LAW ENFORCEMENT . Frequency of review • Review Code of Ordinances at least biannually for consistency and obsolescence. • Crime rate and traffic • Establish and achieve accidents annual specific objectives. BUILDING PERMITS • Turn-around time • Establish and achieve AND INSPECTIONS annual specific objectives. • Response time • Respond to all inspection requests within 24 hours. Performance Standards 08/10/01 Page 2 LAND USE PLANNING . Response time • Respond to all land use applications within timeframes prescribed by Code. • Customer Satisfaction • Conduct annual customer satisfaction survey to determine if customer expectations are being met. • Staff Costs • Fees will at least offset costs of processing land use applications. WILDLIFE AND • Frequency of • Report to Council on ENVIRONMENT reporting status of Wildlife Plans at least annually. Number of Bear • Establish and achieve incidents annual target. TECHNOLOGY • Frequency of Web • Evaluate technology Page enhancement and enhance TOSV Web Page at least annually. • Frequency of • Evaluate computer infrastructure infrastructure at least evaluation annually and apply new technology to increase speed, stability and efficient HUMAN RESOURCES • Frequency of • Evaluate performance of performance and every TOSV employee merit reviews at least annually. • Frequency of Market . Conduct comparable Studies and Market Study and Compensation Plan evaluate efficiency and Updates consistency of Compensation Plan at least bi-annually. Frequency of Monitor Personnel Laws Personnel Policy and update Policies at Review least annually. Performance Standards 08/10/01 Page 3 FINANCE . Timeliness of closing • Close the books by the the books. 15th of each month. • Completion of Annual • Complete the Annual Audit. Audit by April 30 of the following year and present to Council by June 30th. • Operational Indicators • Report revenues and expenses at least monthly. Provide staff and Council with ample warning of any potential budgetary problems. • Budget and Project • Establish and achieve management annual target for General Fund expenditures. • Establish and achieve target budgets and schedules for major projects. PUBLIC WORKS • Road Division • Timeliness of spring Evaluate, clean and cleanup repair all ROW signs, culverts and fences within one month of the lifts closing. • Shop Division • Effectiveness of • Establish and achieve vehicle repair annual specific objectives for compliance with vehicle and equipment manufacturer service intervals. • Establish and achieve annual specific objectives for vehicle returns (go-backs). Performance Standards 08/10/01 Page 4 Public Works (cont'd) • Solid Waste Timeliness of solid Establish and achieve waste pick-up annual specific objectives (route schedules)for pick up of all solid waste. • Volume of recyclables • Establish and achieve annual specific objectives for volume of recyclables. • Transportation . Transit Productivity & • Establish and achieve Best Management annual specific Practices objectives for performance, by route, using Cost Allocation Model for Cost per Passenger, Passengers per Mile and Passengers per Hour. • Number of Accidents • Establish and achieve annual specific targets for Accidents per Mile. HOUSING • Occupancy Rate • Maintain Occupancy rate of 98% or better • Turnover time • Apartments will turn over within four days. • Frequency of Policy • Review and comment revisions on Housing Guidelines at least annually. • Timeliness of • Maintain all housing maintenance and product within capital replacement established maintenance and capital re lacement schedules. CLERK • Timeliness of Establish and achieve achieving annual annual targets for targets. Municipal Code updates; completion of minutes; archiving documents; legal notifications; updates of procedure manuals; and banking deposits. • Performance Standards 08/10/01 Page 5 Clerk (cont'd) Response time Establish and achieve targets for responding to Liquor License Applications; RETT applications; Business and Sales Tax License applications. • Assurance Assure that Town Council, Staff and Citizens are fully informed as to the requirements of the Home Rule Charter, Municipal Code or other overnin documents. EXTERNAL RELATIONS • Public • Frequency of • Attend at least three community contact community events • Intergovernmental • Frequency of meeting annually. with other government • Meet with other local officials and state officials at least three times/ ear. ANNUAL SPECIFIC • Completion of.specific • Recommend and agree OBJECTIVES objectives within Annual Specific agreed timeframe Objectives by January 15th. TOWN MANAGER'S 2001 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES KEY AREA OF MEASURING CRITERIA 2001 SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITY OBJECTIVE Law Enforcement • Total Crimes Reported • Maintain zero growth in total crimes reported • Traffic Accidents • Maintain zero growth in traffic accidents Community Development • Customer Satisfaction • Conduct quantitative Planning, Zoning & Building survey of customers Functions with goals of assessing customer satisfaction and identifying areas in need of improvement • Timeliness of building • Issue complete permit issuance residential building permit applications within 4 weeks of receipt. Wildlife and Environment • Number of reported • Reduce number of bear bear incidents incidents by 5 percent Finance • Budget and Project • Expenditures shall not Management exceed budget or budget revisions as necessary to balance revisions or reserves against such expenditures. • Major project expenditures shall not exceed 10% of a roved ro'ect costs. Public Works • Shop Division • Effectiveness of vehicle • Deviation from repair manufacturer's recommended service intervals will be less than 5% • Go-backs less than 10% • Solid Waste Division • Recyclables as percent • Recyclabies maintained of total solid waste at 8% of total waste stream stream • Timely completion of • 90% completion rate of scheduled routes scheduled routes 2001 Specific Objectives ' Page 2 • Transportation Transit Productivity Achieve at least the Division following: • Cost of $2.50 or less per passenger trip • 1.5 passengers or more per mile • 18.5 passengers or more per hour • Number of vehicular • 15,000 miles or less per accidents accident Housing Occupancy rate • Meet the 2001 budgeted vacancy factors by complex • Completion of 2001 • Complete 95% of all Projects budgeted 2001 capital replacement and maintenance projects Snowmen Road Timeliness of • Present for Council completion of tasks approval funding and phasing by July 31't, 2001 Determine Ballot Language within 30 days of approvals. Woodrun Five Trash Issue • Location • Resolve site issue by December 31 2001 Brush Creek Highline • Completion of Complete the following: Intersection milestones • Engineers estimates by September 3e • Plans and specifications ready to bid by December 31" Entry Way Sign • Construction completion • Constructed by December 31, 2001 Updating Employee • Implementation date • Implement as of Evaluation System January 1" 2002 Daly Townhomes • Construction and • Less that 10% deviation Employee Housing Budget Milestones from construction schedule and budget Town Council and Town • Rodeo Acquisition • Clarify Town Manager Manager • Community Pool role by August 21". • VLF Process • Complete Council • Forward Plan requests for information, • SVRA Issues tasks and analyses within agreed times. COUNCILISTAFF ROLES These are complex times for the Town. As we implement a variety of projects that will determine the look, feel and quality of life in our Village for years to come, it is important that we remain clear in our roles as a part of this team. Following are some explanations and choices that Town Council might consider regarding the role of staff. Supporter— The staff, in this role, would be a supporting player. Town Council would take the lead in setting policy, developing strategies and providing clear direction to staff to carry out the policies. The Town Council would be the team leaders, providing a unified voice, while the staff would play a supporting role and help Council achieve their objectives. Strategist/Planners — In this role, staff would be primarily accountable for development of"the game plan". Staff would recommend a strategy, direction, and time frames to Town Council. Council would be responsible for the final decision regarding "the game plan" and leading the team, as well. The Town Council would require the status and influence of the Mayor to "quarterback" the team. Leader— In this role the staff would assume the role of team leader. They would develop the strategy and implement the game plan. Staff would be the focal point of the team effort and accountable for the results. Town Council would play a supporting role to the town staff. As we move forward, it would be helpful for staff and Council to better understand their roles in dealing with complicated policy issues and projects. A candid discussion between Council and staff to further clarify roles and choices would be most helpful. /djgs p/shared/clerk/manager.xsc/notes council/staff roles ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment ■ Faraway North SPA Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado ■ ■ SKETCH PLAN SUBMISSION ■ AMENDMENT TO A SPA ■ AMENDMENT TO A PREVIOUS SUBMISSION ■ ■ Submitted to: . Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 ■ Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ■ ■ Applicant: ■ Snowmass Center Limited Partnership C/o Nick Coates ■ Coates, Reid & Waldron 720 East Hyman ■ Aspen, CO 81611 Tel. 925-1400 ■ Co-Applicant Snowmass Land and Cattle Company ■ C/o Dale Eubank 1676 County Road 100 ■ Carbondale, CO 81623 ■ Tel. 963-3201 ■ ■ March 27, 2001 ■ Amended May 21,2001 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ SNOWMASS CENTER REDEVELOPMENT ■ PROJECT TEAM Applicant: Attorney: Snowmass Center Limited Partnership Michael Hoffman C/o Nick Coates Freilich,Myler, Leitner& Carlisle Coates Reid and Waldron 106 South Mill Street 720 E. Hyman Aspen, CO 81611 . Aspen, CO 81611 920-1018 925-1400 ■ Geotechnical Engineer: Co-Applicant: ■ Hepworth-Pawlak Geotechnical Inc. Snowmass Land and Cattle Company 5020 County Road 154 C/o Dale Eubank Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 1676 County Road 100 945-7988 Carbondale, CO 81623 963-3201 Civil Engineer: Landscape Architects/Land Planners: Timberline Engineering 1101 Village Road Design Workshop, Inc. Carbondale, CO 81623 120 E. Main Street 963-9869 Aspen, CO 81611 925-8354 Architect: Bill Poss and Associates 605 E. Main Aspen. CO 81611 ■ 925-4755 ■ ■" Urei_u llortaogi. Iw-. ■ Lund•rup :\rrhiir�mn Land Plannniw ■ l rLnu Dv,ipu ■ "(huri,m I'lnuuhm ■ March 27, 2001 ■ ■ Mr. Chris Conrad and Mr. James Wahlstrom ■ Town of Snowmass Village Community Development Department ■ P.O. Box 5010 ■ Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ■ Dear Chris and Jim: ■ Re: Proposed Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Application ■ Thank you for all your help to date on the Snowmass Center Redevelopment ■ Project. As we discussed at our pre-application conference on February 27, we are submitting a modified sketch plan application for the Snowmass Center ■ Redevelopment project,based on the issues that were identified by the Town Council, the Planning Commission and the Community Development Department. We are excited about the evolution of this project. We anticipate that the ■ redeveloped Snowmass Center will be a key component of the expanded Snowmass Village town core. ■ The Applicant and Design Workshop heard the comments from the Planning and ■ Zoning Commission on our initial application, both at their regular meeting August 16, 2000 and at a joint meeting with Town Council July 26, 2000. We have ■ summarized their primary goals related to the project as follows: (They are more ■ fully described in the attached Application.) ■ 1. Redevelopment of the existing Snowmass Center is considered a significant component in any future planning. This would include providing a mountain ■ architecture feel to the building and the creation of a vibrant place. ■ 2. Parking, service and circulation at the Center need to be resolved. 3. The Snowmass Center parcel needs to be planned along with adjacent parcels, ■ including the draws behind the Snowmass Center, as per the Comprehensive Plan recommendations. ■ 4. Planning for the Snowmass Center should consider future plans for Base Village and possible connections to Base Village, the Mall, and skiing. ■ ■ ■ ■ DESIGNWORKSHOP ■ --- ■ Ur.ivu\C.rcl,•hnp. Inr. a ■ I� ■ ■ ■ In addition the question of employee housing mitigation needed to be researched and resolved. We have already submitted a letter from the project attorney, Mike ■ Hoffman, and we have included our employee generation calculations for a redevelopment project. ■ ■ In response to the above comments, we revisited our proposed plan. We have now included the undeveloped lands of the Faraway North PUD in this plan, as per the ■ Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan designation of the Faraway North Comprehensively Planned Area. Our revised application includes the Snowmass a Center Parcel, and Parcels A, B and F, designated for mixed-use development. It also includes Parcels H and H-1,proposed for residential development. Parcels I ■ and G are included as undeveloped parcels and to accommodate drainage a requirements. ■ On behalf of the Snowmass Center Limited Partnership and also the Snowmass Land and Cattle Company, we are submitting a modified application based on the ■ following proposed development program: ■ 1. Redevelopment of the existing 53,000 sf Snowmass Center . The character of the building will be transformed with emphasis on mountain architecture, mixed use, and creating vibrancy. The program is based on increasing local service opportunities by expanding the grocery store and the post office. The area of retail will be increased from 32,000 sf to 42,600 sf. The area of office will change from 20,800 sf to 18,100 sf. Approximately 3,200 sf of additional floor area will be provided for a future people mover location. Residential units will be added as described below. 2. Multi-family Residential Development ■ A mix of residential units will be developed above and behind the Snowmass Center. They include one, two and three bedroom flats and apartments. 20 units will be part of the Snowmass Center building. 31 units will be located in the base of the draw behind the Snowmass Center building 3. Improved circulation, service and parking will be provided on the ■ Snowmass Center and adjacent Parcels Roadways and parking areas have been reconfigured. There is a location ■ for a potential gondola type connection to move people between the . Snowmass Center and the future Base Village. ■ ■ 4. Single Family Residential Development . 8 Single Family Residential Lots will be located on Parcels H and H-1 ■ In our submission, we have included proof of ownership of the parcels by the Snowmass Center Limited Partnership and the Snowmass Land and Cattle Company, as well as their letters of permission for Design Workshop to be their representative. ■ We understand that this proposal will include zoning designations. Please note that we have provided a concept program and summary tabulation for ground coverage, floor area ratio and other dimensional requirements. We have attached 15 copies of the report and of full-scale plans. The report ■ contains reduced plans, memos and charts, describing our proposal. We have addressed the issues identified by the Planning and Zoning Commission, as well as ■ other pertinent requirements to supplement our amendment to a Sketch Plan Application. • Please contact us at your earliest convenience with any questions or requests for supplemental information. Thanks again for all your help. Yours truly, 81.E Richard Shaw Principal-in-Charge, Design Workshop . Attachments 1 ■ ■ TAW DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION SNOWMASS VILLAGE • Applicant Name: Contact: Address&Zip Code: Phone: Fax 8 e-mail: Snowmass Center 720 E. Hyman Ave. 925-1400 ■ Nick Coates Project Manager(if dMerent)� Contact: Address 8 Zip Code: Phone: Fax&e-mail: ■ Snowmass Land and Dale Eubank 1676 County Road 100. 963-3201 Carbondale, CO 81623 _ ■ Current Owner(if different): Contact: Address&Zip Code: - Phone: Fax&e-mail: Above . Architect(if applicable&not Contact: Address&Zip Code: Phone: Fax&��e33-nail: listed above): 120 E. Main St. 925-8354 si'chman @desi Desi n Workshop Suzanne Richman _ ■ IF THE APPLICATION INCLUD T APPROVAL: wor s op.com Section: NW 1/ IN 1/4 SE 114 or SW 1/4 Township: 10 S Range: 84 W . Assessor's Parcel Number: I Attach late La al De tion Property or Lease Area Site Acreage: List each PUD or Plat separately) ee nca non . Site Address or Address Range: if it exists Existing Property Use: I Existina number of residential units: unrestricted and restricted H applicable) Proposed Property Use: if different) ■ Existin Zone: If more than one submit documentation for each and list zone areas Pro osed Zone: i'different. If mac Then one submit documentation for each and list zone areas Proposed Gross Bldg.S .Ft.: Pro osed N of Lots: Pro osed 0 of unrestricted units: Proposed p of restricted units: ■ APPLICATION LAND USE REQUESTS&FEES . TYPE OF LAND USE REQUEST Check all that apply) CASE NAME FEE Annexation ■ ❑ Amendment to Text of Development Code ■ ❑ Amendment to Official Zone District Map ■ ❑ Special Review ■ ❑ Variance ■ . ❑ Administrative Modification ❑ Temporary Use Permit . ❑ Administrative Temporary Use; or ❑Annual ❑ Pro-Sketch Plan ❑ SPA or: ❑ PUD: ❑ Minor or: ❑ Major . ch P SPA Ian of PUD: ❑ Minor or: Cg Major ■ ❑ Preliminary Plan ❑ SPA or ❑ PUD: ❑ Minor or: ❑ Major • Final Plan ■ ❑ SPA or. ❑ PUD; ❑ Minor or. ❑ Major Amendment ❑ Yes or. ❑ No ■ ❑ Subdivision Final Plat: Amendment? ❑ Yes ❑ No If an amendment.is a? ❑Administrative ❑ Minor,or ❑ Major CF—Viaton of Recorded Plat ❑ Subdivision Exemption ■ ❑ Other Development,Design,or Subdivision Review Not Covered Above . Application must have proper signatures prior to filing. Applicant acknowledges that the fees listed on application form are base fees and additional fees will be required per the Town's Fee schedule. . Signature–Applicant / Signature–CurrentOwner: ■ ■ ■ . Project Name Snowmass Center Redevelopment ■ JOB RESULTS: ❑Approved ❑Approved with Conditions ❑Denied []Withdrawn ■ Conditions ff any) ■ • Planning Division Signature: (d administrative) Signature Date: Applicant Notification Date: ■ Planning Commission Meeting Dates: Town Council Meeting Dates: Signed Mylars Submitted Date: ■ ■ PC Resolution No TC Resolution No. TC Ordinance No. File Retire Date. ■ NOTES. ■ Lost revision 1112/01 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ■ . Snowmass Village Development Application Fee Policy The Town of Snowmass Village has established a fee structure for the processing of land use applications as described on the reverse side hereof. A flat fee is collected for land use applications based on the type of application submitted. Referral fees for other City departments . reviewing the application will also be collected. Applications will not be accepted for processing without the payment of required fee. A flat fee is collected by Community Development for all land use applications. The fees vary ■ dependent upon the land use application type and the complexity of the case. The base fee is not ■ refundable. More extensive staff review may be required, beyond the hourly rate and time allotted by the base fee, as the review time is likely to vary substantially from one application to another. Actual staff and consultant review time of the application will be charged when the hourly rate . and review time exceeds the base fee. A summary report of the charge for review time actually incurred will be provided to the applicant upon request. ■ After the base fee has been exceeded, the applicant will be billed monthly in arrears for actual ■ review time incurred. Current billings must be paid within 30 days or processing of the application will be suspended. An applicant may accrue and be billed additional administrative or review time following the final land use approval up to issuance of a Certificate of Completion or a Certificate of Occupancy. If an applicant has previously failed to pay application fees as required, no new or additional applications will be accepted for processing until the outstanding ■ fees are paid. In no case will Building Permits be issued until all costs associated with case . processing have been paid. ACCEPTED AND AGREED TO: ■ ■ Applicant billing address: 720 E. Hvman ■ Aspen, CO 81611 ■ ■ • p.4iseryw\ReponsNFeeAgreemem.doc ■ 'a Contents ■ ■ A. Introduction 1. Legal Description ■ 2. Existing and Historic Conditions . 3. Process: Zoning, Subdivision and PUD 4. Proposed Plan Summary B. Sketch Plan Summary ■ 1. Background . 2. Type and Size 3. Zone Districts ■ 4. Floor Area/Ground Coverage 5. Population 6. Market 7. Open Space 8. Height ■ 9. Employees 10. Water Supply and Sewage Disposal ■ 11. Access and Easements 12. Parking, Circulation, and Transit 13. Timetable 14. Drainage ■ 15. Fire Protection C. Development Plan ■ 1. Community Benefit 2. Employee Housing ■ 3. TOSV Land Use Code Section 16A-5-300(b)(2) ■ Tables Table 1: Program Analysis: Existing Snowmass Center Table 2: Program Analysis: Proposed Snowmass Center Table 3: Residential Program Table 4 Lot Size and House Size ■ Table 5: Employee Generation Summary Chart Table 6: Parking Generation ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ a Illustrations ■ 1. Context Map ■ 2. Project Properties 3. Existing Conditions ■ 4. Concept Plan . 5. Proposed Site Plan 6. Conceptual Utilities Plan ■ 7. Project Sketches 8. Architectural Plans ■ • Level l • Level ■ • Level ■ • Level • Roof Plan ■ 9. Architectural Elevations (Form and Massing) ■ ■ Appendices ■ A. Resolutions of Approval 1. Ordinance 4, Series of 1979 ■ 2. Ordinance 22, Series of 1984 B. Faraway North SPA, Phase Two Approved Plat, March 1985 ■ C. Proof of Legal Access D. Proof of Ownership ■ E. Letters of Authorization ■ F. Resolution 34, Series of 1988 (Employee Housing) G. Letter of Support ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ A. INTRODUCTION ■ ■ 1. Legal Description ■ The Snowmass Center is located off Brush Creek Road in the Town of Snowmass Village. The Center is part of the Faraway Ranch North SPA, as shown on Illustration 1: ■ Context Map. The Faraway Ranch North SPA is comprised of Parcels A through M, including the Snowmass Center Parcel. Parcels A through I are located on the north side ■ of Brush Creek Road. All parcels on the north side of the road, except Parcels D and E ■ are included in this application, see Illustration 2: Project Properties. Parcels K through M are located on the south side and are not included in the application. ■ There are two owners of the properties included in the application. They are joint ■ applicants in this project: Snowmass Center Limited Partnership and the Snowmass Land ■ and Cattle Company, see Appendix D. . One parcel related to this application,but not proposed for development under the application, is Parcel C. Parcel C is included, as it comprises the required employee ■ housing commitment for this project as per Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988. The ■ parcel was dedicated to the Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV). 2. Existing and Historic Conditions ■ In 1979 the Faraway North PUD was approved. The PUD included plans for the construction of the Snowmass Center, comprising Buildings A and B. An amendment to the approval was gained in 1984 to permit an additional building, Building D. Building B ■ was constructed first, followed by Building D. Building A (comprising 25,030 sf office and commercial space)was not built. These finished buildings include approximately ■ 32,114 sf of commercial area on the ground level and 16,170 sf of office space on the second level. Building B has an additional 4,800 sf of office space on the third level. The buildings are occupied by the Village Market, the Post Office and several cafes and ■ stores selling various goods including sports equipment. On the upper levels there are real estate and professional offices as well as the offices of the Town of Snowmass Village. Today the Snowmass Center is an essential neighborhood center and a component of ■ Snowmass's local service. Both the grocery store and the post office have expressed their desire for more space to meet the needs of the community. There is also a desire to create a more vibrant community center with a diversity of commercial and office uses, as well as an increased bed base. ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ The Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan, identified the Snowmass Center Parcel, the ■ area directly behind it, and Parcels H and H-1(north of the Woodbridge condominiums)as a Comprehensively Planned Area. The intent is that the entire area should be planned at ■ the same time. This was reiterated by the Planning and Zoning Commission and Staff at meetings in the latter half of 2000. The comprehensive plan build out chart allows for a total of 75 units on the Faraway Ranch North SPA ■ 3. Process: Zoning, Subdivision and PUD ■ Currently Parcels F, H and H-1 are unimproved. They include the low impact trails of the ■ temporary PAR course. While the Town approved the subdivision of the original ■ property into the Parcels found in the Gross Parcel Plat, no specific use rights were ever approved for Parcels F, H and H-1. Parcels F, H and H-1 are identified as SPA-1 as per ■ the 1982 Final Land Use Plan and recorded Plat. It is noted on the plat that these areas are considered a development reserve, see Appendix B. ■ ■ As per Community Development staff, formal adoption of the zoning for these parcels is required. Preliminary zone districts and dimensional limitations are identified herein. ■ In addition, the existing delineation of parcel boundaries will be adjusted to relate to the ■ proposed new development, in preparation for the different uses and ownerships that will ■ be part of the redevelopment project. Following sketch plan approval, the applicant anticipates a formal lot line adjustment and subdivision process concurrent with the ■ Preliminary and Final Plan P.U.D. Approval Process. ■ 4. Proposed Plan Summary ■ This modified plan has been developed based on the input from Town Council, Planning ■ and Zoning Commission and staff. We anticipate that the redeveloped Snowmass Center will be a major component of the expanded Snowmass Village town core. The overall goal is to redevelop the Snowmass Center in order to better serve the needs of the community and create a more vibrant mixed use development. a This will be accomplished first by increasing the size of the grocery store and post ■ office, and providing more retail space to better serve the community. The amount of office space will be reduced by about 2,700 sf. ■ a Residential units will be added to the Center and will also be located in the base of the draw behind the Center. ■ a There will be significant redevelopment of the character of the existing Center. ■ The intent is to create an image consistent with the mountain architecture of the Town. ■ a Circulation and parking will be greatly improved. ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 2 ■ ■ ■ ■ • A location of about 3,400 sf is identified for a people mover link to the new Base Village. • In the draw to the east of the Center, eight single family lots will be created. ■ ■ ■ B. SKETCH PLAN SUMMARY ■ 1, Background ■ The Snowmass Center Limited Partnership submitted the Snowmass Center Sketch Plan Application dated May 7, 2000. Review of the application included comments from the ■ Planning and Zoning Commission both at their regular meeting August 16, 2000 and at a ■ joint meeting with Town Council July 26, 2000. The key discussion concerns related to the project were as follows: (We have also included a few additional items that were discussed at the pre-application conference.) ■ a. Redevelopment of the existing Snowmass Center is considered a key ■ component in any future planning. • The applicant should create a lively and vital community center. ■ • The character of the Center should be compatible with the high quality mountain architecture that is anticipated in Snowmass ■ Village. ■ • Interior spaces should function well. • Pedestrian improvements are recommended. ■ • Redevelopment needs to be accomplished and the proposal should ■ address how that will be accomplished including modifications to the regulations that go with the site. • b. The Snowmass Center parcel needs to be planned along with adjacent parcels, as per the Master Plan recommendations for the C.P.A. • Potential development in the draws above the Center should be defined. . • Traffic impacts need to be understood for the total future build out of the area. ■ . C. Parking and circulation at the Center need to be enhanced. • There needs to be sufficient parking for the existing and proposed ■ development. • Consideration must be given to the cumulative transportation ■ impacts of any possible future development in the draws behind the ■ Snowmass Center. ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 3 ■ ■ ■ ■ • Pedestrian and other connections to the Mall and Base Village should be considered. • Shuttle but circulation should be resolved. ■ • Service and truck loading and unloading should be resolved. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ r r ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 4 r ■ ■ ■ d. There should be a connectivity with Base Village. • Consider creating a people mover to link the Snowmass Center to ■ the future Base Village. ■ e. The question of employee housing mitigation needs to be researched and ■ resolved. • The Applicant should clarify how employee housing mitigation ■ requirements have been met. ■ In response to these comments, the applicant revisited the proposed plan. As a result ■ there is now included all undeveloped parcels of the Faraway North PUD in this plan, as per the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan designation of the Faraway North Comprehensively Planned Area. Our revised application includes the Snowmass Center Parcel, and Parcels A, B and F, designated for mixed use development. It also includes ■ Parcels H, and H-1, proposed for residential development. Parcels I and G will remain ■ unimproved. ■ 2. Type and Size ■ The existing Snowmass Center comprises the following uses and areas: Table 1: Program Analysis: Existing Snowmass Center ■ ■ FIRST SECOND THIRD TOTALSITYPE COMMERCIAL 32,114 32,114 ■ OFFICE 16,170 4,800 20,970 TOTALS/FLOOR 32,174 16,170 4,800 53,084 ■ Existing parking: 191 spaces ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 5 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ This Redevelopment plan comprises ■ a. Redevelopment and expansion of the existing 53,084 sf Snowmass Center r The build out chart in the Comprehensive Plan identifies the commercial and ■ office area of the Snowmass Center remaining the same. However, based on the goals of the Comprehensive Plan, the applicant proposes increasing the commercial area by approximately 10,000 sf The office area will be reduced by ■ about 2,000 sf. ■ Proposed Uses and Areas: ■ Level 1 42,680 sf redeveloped and new commercial Level 2 18,119 sf redeveloped and new office r Levels 1 and 2 3,165 sf gondola area ■ Levels 2,3 and 4 53,374 sf residential area(see Area Analysis below) 117,338 sf Total Area ■ Please note that in the event that the people mover is not developed, the ■ space will become commercial and office area. r Table 2: Program Analysis: Proposed Redeveloped Snowmass Center ■ FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH TOTALSITYPE • COMMERCIAL 42,680 42,680 r RESIDENTIAL 5,244 26,900 21,230 53,374 • OFFICE 18,119 18,119 • TOTALS/FLOOR 42,410 23,363 26,900 21,230 113,903 • GONDOLA 720 2,445 3,165 ■ TOTALS/FLOOR 43,400 25,808 6,900 21,230 117,338 ■ Please note that in the event that the gondola is not developed, the gondola space r will become commercial and office area ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 6 r ■ Table 3: Residential Program TYPE UNIT NO.BEDS SIZE AREA NO. TOTAL AREA TOTAL BED UNIT EQUIV. TOTAL EQUIVS SNOWMASS CENTER A FLAT 1 28 x 31 865 0 0 0 0.5 C TOWNHOUSE 2 28 x 31 1740 4 6,960 8 1.0 4.0 D FLAT 2 52 x 25 1350 10 13,500 20 0.7 7.0 E FLAT 3 64 x 25 1660 6 9,960 18 0.9 5.4 F TOWNHOUSE 3 2170 0 0 0 1.4 0.0 TOTALS 20 30,420 46 16.4 REAR DEVELOPMENT TYPE UNIT NO.BEDS SIZE AREA NO. TOTAL AREA TOTAL BED UNIT EQUIV. TOTAL EQUIVS A FLAT 1 28 x 31 865 8 6,920 8 0.5 4.0 C TOWNHOUSE 2 28 x 31 1740 19 33,060 38 1.0 19.0 D FLAT 2 52 x 25 1350 0 0 0 0.7 0.0 E FLAT 3 64 x 25 1660 0 0 0 0.9 0.0 F TOWNHOUSE 3 2170 41 8,680 12 1.4 5.6 TOTALS 31 48,660 58 28.6 GRAND TOTALS 51 79,0801 1041 1 45.0 O1 r ■ ■ b. New Residential Development on Parcels B and F The multifamily residential program has been based on the Comprehensive Plan build out chart that identifies a maximum of 45 units for the Snowmass Center and the draw behind. r C. Improved circulation and parking on the Snowmass Center and Adjacent ■ Parcels • New parking lots above and below the Snowmass Center ■ • Reconfiguration of the northern half of the existing parking lot • Total 202 office and retail parking spaces r • Designation of the lot furthest from the Center as a long term ■ parking lot for property management and other service vehicles. • Total 104 residential Parking Spaces, located in below grade parking lot and at lowest level of townhouses ■ • Reconfigured service access with a loading dock for four trucks. • Reconfigured entry road to units behind the Snowmass Center. ■ This road will be landscaped to create an attractive entry to the residential project. • The road directly in front of the Snowmass Center has been . widened and parking has been relocated so that the area directly in front of the building is open. This will facilitate shuttle bus movement and circulation in front of the building. • Identification of a connection to Base Village with a people mover r located at the end of Building D. ■ • New access road to Parcels H and H-1. This also serves for service circulation. ■ • Access roads graded to maximum 8% slope. ■ d. Residential Lots on Parcels H and H-1 '■ 8 Single Family Lots of 35,000 sf to 64,000 sf in size. The Houses will be sized as per the Land Use Code, Table 3-2, Schedule of ■ Dimensional Limitations, Note 7. House size is also limited by the unit equivalencies in Table 5-4. The Comprehensive Plan Build Out Chart r identifies a maximum of 30 units for this property. ■ r ■ ■ ■ ■ rSnowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 7 ■ r • ■ • • Table 4: Lot And House Size ■ LOT# LOT SIZE HOUSE SIZE UNITS ■ LOT 1 35,800SF 4,500SF 3 . LOT 51,700SF 5,100SF 6 LOT 3 35,100 SF 4,500SF 3 . LOT 36,150SF 4,500SF 3 ■ LOT 61,500SF 5,100SF 6 LOT 6 35,800SF 4,500SF 3 • LOT 7 37,000SF 4,500SF 3 • LOT 45,177SF 4,500SF 3 TOTAL UNITS 30 ■ ■ 3. Zone Districts Community Development staff asked the Applicant to identify appropriate zone districts for the proposed project. The following are the proposed zone districts: • Snowmass Center Parcel, with Parcel A, Mixed Use 2 ■ Parcel B, and portion of Parcel F Reconfigured Parcel F SPA-1 (unchanged) Parcels H and H-1: Single Family- 30 Note: The boundaries for Parcel B have been modified to accommodate the residential • development. r The intent of the Mixed Use 2 zone district is described in the Land Use Code as follows: ■ The intent of the Mixed Use 2 zone district is to provide visitor services and accommodations, recreation, office, community and visitor serving commercial and permanent resident housing, as appropriate to the site and compatible with the character ■ of the surrounding area. r ■ • Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 8 • A ■ ■ ■ 4. Floor Area/Ground Coverage ■ Snowmass Center Parcel The ground coverage of the redeveloped Snowmass Center commercial development . (with the additional building and gondola space)will total approximately 43,990 sf. (The ground coverage of the existing Snowmass Center is approximately 33,092 sf). This proposal is for a total of 117,350 sf building floor area for the Snowmass Center ■ (including area for the gondola) and 48,700 sf for the residential development in the draw behind. The proposed new lot size is approximately 435,600 sf The calculation is as follows: ■ 166,050 sf/435,600 sf= .381 The zone identified for the Snowmass Center is Mixed Use 2. It has an FAR of 1:1. ■ . The garages below the multi-family residences area are excluded from this calculation, as they will be below grade on three(3) sides These garages create a base on which the units will sit generating a 900 square foot footprint per unit. The additional F.A.R. would be 11,200 square feet should the garages be included within the area calculations for the ■ multi-family units. r Single Family Residential • The proposed new single family residence house size will not exceed 5,500 sf as per the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use Code. Houses will be sized as per the Land Use Code, Table 3-2, Schedule of Dimensional Limitations, Note 7. House size is also limited by the unit equivalencies in Table 5-4. Please see Table 4: Lot and House Size. . Six houses would be 4,500 sf each and two are proposed at 5,100 sf each. 5. Population ■ Snowmass Center and Townhouse Parcels ■ The anticipated population to be generated by the Snowmass Center redevelopment of office and commercial space is 0 permanent residents. The intent is to provide employment and community services for people presently residing in the Town of Snowmass Village, thus minimizing transit needs. These services would also be ■ available for residents of the proposed residential units at the Center and for occupants of the future Base Village. The anticipated population to be generated by the new multi-family residential ■ development comprising 51 new units, is 127.5 full time residents (2.5 per unit) or 178.5 ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 9 ■ ■ ■ peak occupancy residents(3.5 per unit), as per Table 6.11 Project Assumptions, Chapter 6, page 21 of the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan. Employees would be generated as per Table 5 in this application. ■ Single Family Residential r The anticipated population to be generated by the new single family residential development comprising 8 lots, is 20 full time residents (2.5 per unit) or 26 peak occupancy residents(4.5 per unit), as per Table 6.11 Project Assumptions, Chapter 6, page 2, of the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan. Employees would be generated as per Table 5 in this application. 6. Market The new commercial area will comprise the potential expansion of the existing grocery r store and a relocated, larger post office. The market for the commercial and office area . will be existing and new residents of Snowmass Village. Visitors may also patronize the retail establishments. r A range of size and types of multi-family units will be provided, with a related range of prices. Generally, the intent is to increase the bed base in Snowmass Village by providing high occupancy transitional (HOT) units, for example, rental or fractional ownership units. The single family lots would appeal to middle to upper income families. 7. Open Space r The reconfigured Snowmass Center Parcel and Parcel B total 10 acres in size. The open space is 3.9 acres or 39% of the project. There are no requirements for open space for single family residential development. 8. Height A request of this application is a variation to the existing maximum height of 38 feet in the Mixed Use 2 Zone. This variation is required to accomplish redevelopment. The proposed redevelopment offers the opportunity to create life and vitality at the Center. The introduction of residential units onto and behind the Center provides the . opportunity to introduce a scale and character of architecture that creates identity and interest. With relaxed height requirements, individual elements of buildings can break . otherwise long runs of eaves and fascias to create visual interest in the project. These elements would also provide a transition from lower level retail space to the residential units above in the draw. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 10 r ■ The redeveloped Center is proposed to be a maximum of 50 feet in height to the top of the roof as measured from historic grades or perimeter of the building per the Land Use r Code. The multi-family structures behind the Center will have a maximum of 40 feet height to the top of the roof. Some elements such as elevator overrides may exceed these limits as provided for by the Land Use Code. r The height of the proposed single family residences will be a maximum of 28 feet, consistent with the TOSV Land Use Code, for SF-15 and SF-30. In addition to the r design guidelines in the Land Use Code, more detailed guidelines will be developed to minimize visual impact and enhance the appearance of the single family residences. 9. Employees M The number of employee-%generated by this proposal is calculated as shown in the ■ following Employee Generation Summary Chart. The conclusion is that based on the calculations in Section 4-400 for a redevelopment project, an excess of employee housing mitigation is proposed. All the proposed residential, commercial and office development employee housing requirements would be mitigated based on this calculation. r In addition, as per Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988, Appendix F, all employee housing requirements for the proposed development at the Snowmass Center included in the 1984 Land Use Plan are considered to be satisfied as a result of the exchange of Parcel C ■ r ■ ■ ■ ■ r Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 11 ■ ■ ■ Table 5: Snowmass Center Expansion Employee Generation Calculations Ordinance No.7, Series of 2000 Section 4-400 . A. Redevelopment and Proposed Development Housing Square Footage ■ Total Area Per 1000 Job. Gen. Rate SF Multipl. Factor Total SF Employee . Housing Regqu'd . Romeiei'pifed, 42,680 0.001 q-t3 ZIif`d �•�y 601021 Redeveloped 18,119 0.001 3.68 448 0.65 19,419 Office #of units Proposed 30,420 20 0.61 448 0.65 3,553 Multi-Family On Snowmass Center . Proposed 48,660 31 0.61 448 0.65 5,507 Multi-Family . Behind Center Proposed 8 1.58 448 0.65 3,681 w Single Family 92,186 . B. Existing Pre-Development Restricted Housing Square Footage . Total Area Per 1000 Job. Gen. Rate SF Multipl. Factor Total SF . Existing 32,114 0.001 4.83 448 1.15 79,913 Commercial Existing 20,970 0.001 3.68 448 1.15 39,758 . Office 119,671 C. Post redevelopment square footage minus existing pre-development square footage • A B C . 92,186 119,671 (27,485) Credit to remain after development NOTE: People mover space not included A Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 12 ■ ■ ■ ■ 10. Water Supply and Sewage Disposal ■ The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District will provide the water supply and sewage disposal services. The utilities are already provided to the existing Snowmass Center. ■ They will be extended to Parcel F. Parcels H and H-1 will be served by an extension ' through the easement adjacent to the Woodbridge Condominiums. ■ The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District will provide the water supply and sewage disposal services. The utilities are already provided to the existing Snowmass Center. ■ They will be extended to Parcel F from the connections shown on the attached plan. ■ Parcel H and H-1 will be served by an extension through the easement adjacent to the Woodbridge Condominiums, see Plan. ■ Design Workshop met with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District in the early ■ stages of the project. At that time they reviewed a similar proposal,but with fewer . residential units on Parcel F. They said that there would be sufficient capacity for that proposed development. We will meet with them to make sure that is still accurate. ■ 11. Access and Easements ■ . Legal access is currently available to the properties through the Snowmass Center parcel, see Appendix C. ■ 12. Parking, Circulation, and Transit ■ There are 191 parking spaces for the existing Snowmass Center. Under the Land Use ■ Code, Section 4-300, parking is calculated at 1 space per 300 SF for office or commercial ■ development. The total parking required is 202 spaces. Parking for the multi-family residential development is calculated at 1 space per bedroom. The total parking required is 104 spaces. The project provides 306 spaces. The parking generated per the Land Use Code may overstate the need for the actual land uses. A detailed analysis of parking demand may be undertaken to tailor the need specific to the project. ■ Due to the proximity of services, transit opportunities and the overlap of residential with ■ the commercial and office uses, it may be possible to reduce the total amount of parking required for the project. ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 13 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Table 6: Parking Calculations Ordinance No. 7, Series of 2000, Section 4-300 ■ A. Predevelopment Commercial and Office Development ■ Total Area Parking at 1 Space Per 300 sf Existing Commercial 32,114 107 ■ Existing Office 20,970 70 ■ B. Proposed Commercial and Office Redevelopment and Development Total Area Parking at 1 Space Per 300 sf ■ Redeveloped Commercial 42,680 142 • Redeveloped Office 18,119 60 ■ TOTALS 60,799 202 ■ C. Multi-Famlly Housing ■ Total Area No. Bedrooms No. Parking Spaces SF at 1 per Bedroom Proposed Multifamily 30,420 46 46 . On top of Snowmass Center ■ Proposed Multifamily 48,660 58 58 Behind Snowmass ■ Center ■ TOTALS 79,080 104 104 ■ TOTAL PARKING =202 + 104=306 Notes: The people mover space is not included Only habitable residential area is included ■ ■ The locations of the parking spaces are illustrated on the "Proposed Site Plan" contained in this application. The "Proposed Site Plan" also identifies existing and planned transit ■ and pedestrian improvements, which will serve the improvements proposed as part of this application. There is currently frequent shuttle bus service to and from the center. This will be continued. The parking plan is based on providing longer term parking located further from the ■ building and short term parking close to the buildings. Please also see the earlier section on transit improvements. ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 14 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 13. Timetable ■ Only one PUD filing is anticipated with this application. The improvements will begin once approvals are finalized, anticipated start fall 2002. Construction activities will be ■ phased. ■ It will be necessary to generate capital for the redevelopment of the Center, therefore the ■ single family lots will be developed and marketed first. The redevelopment of the Center will follow. It will be planned so that commercial operations and offices can remain ■ active during the construction process. Most likely the new building will be added first ■ so that businesses can relocate to that area if necessary while changes are made to the existing building. ■ 14. Site Drainage ■ ■ Two preliminary locations have been identified on the attached plan for drainage retention facilities. One location is on Parcel I serving the Snowmass Center and the ■ draw behind. There is an existing pond just below Parcel I and this facility will also be utilized. The other location is on Lots 7 and 8 on Parcel H-1, serving the single family lot ■ development. All site runoff will be stored and treated as necessary. ■ 1s. Fire Protection ■ The project will conform to Section 16-A-240: Fire Protection. The Snowmass Center building and the multi-family development will have sprinkler systems. ■ C. DEVELOPMENT PLAN 1. Community Benefit ■ The proposed redevelopment of the Snowmass Center will provide reinforcement of ■ community focus in the area due to the proposed mix of uses and the expanded ■ commercial area. The enhancement of the outdoor space with arcades, seating, planting and street furniture will encourage opportunities for mingling and enjoying the outdoor ■ environment. The Center will continue to serve as the community service center for the Town of Snowmass Village. It will have enhanced levels of service due to the expanded ■ grocery store and post office. The project will complement and serve the proposed ■ resort style development at Base Village. ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch plan Submission 15 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ The expanded post office will satisfy the needs of post office personnel for providing ■ adequate service to the population of Snowmass Village. The post office has actively been seeking expanded office space. The residents will greatly benefit from the ■ improved service and processing capability. The post office now has insufficient space for post office boxes. The expansion will create space for every resident to have a post ■ office box. ■ The expanded grocery store will provide a greater diversity of products in a more ■ comfortable setting. This will encourage residents and visitors to buy their supplies locally, thus reducing the need for commuting to grocery stores in other locations. A ■ wider variety of products will be stocked. ■ The additional office space that will be created when the Town vacates its space, will ■ provide a location for more local professionals and businesses to operate close to home, again reducing the commuting population and providing for a stronger sense of ■ community. ■ The townhouse residential development will provide the increased bed base that is ■ required for the Town to remain economically viable. Sales of the units will be organized to prevent vacant second or third homes. Instead, rental opportunities and fractional ■ ownerships will be offered. This will ensure that the units are occupied year round, ■ greatly enhancing the sense of vitality and the economic viability of the project. The mix of one, two and three resident bedroom unit types will allow for a range of unit prices. ■ This provides an opportunity for people to live and work in the same place. ■ In all, the redevelopment of the Snowmass Center including an improved appearance, reorganized and more efficient parking and the vibrant atmosphere of a mixed use ■ community, will provide many community benefits. 2. Employee Housing ■ See above, Section B9 - Employees ■ 3. TOSV Land Use Code Section 16A-5.300(b)(2) ■ Pursuant to TOSV Land Use Code Section 16A-5-300(b)(2) the Planning Commission and Town Council should consider the following in a conceptual ■ manner during sketch plan review. ■ a. Use ■ The proposed uses for the expansion are consistent with current uses previously ■ approved uses, and uses recommended in the Comprehensive Plan, see below. ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 16 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ The only difference is the proposal for eight single-family lots instead of multi- family housing. However this adds to the diversity of housing types. ■ b. Comprehensive Plan ■ The following is an extract from the Comprehensive Plan with text added to ■ indicate how this project is in conformance with the plan: ■ The Faraway Ranch North CPA encompasses the Snowmass Center, the area directly behind the Center and several parcels located north of the Woodbridge ■ Condominiums. The unique mixed use character of the Snowmass Center and the ■ spectacular views obtained from the vacant lands are valued attributes of this area. ■ 1. Elements that shall be accommodated. The elements of the ■ Comprehensive Plan that the Town has determined shall be . accommodated in the development of this area are: (a) improved mobility/connectivity/pedestrian orientation to ■ Base Village and the Mall; Provided, see Section B-12. (b) employee housing; Provided through the redevelopment ■ process, see Section B-9. ■ (c) preservation of the open space in the upper and middle part of the draws behind the Snowmass Center; Provided in the ■ draw behind the Snowmass Center. (d) preservation of the trails and other recreation areas. The ■ pedestrian commuter trail is maintained, and slightly ■ relocated due to the proposed parking areas. ■ 1. Elements that could be considered. The elements of the Comprehensive Plan that the Town has determined could be ■ considered in the development of this area are: (a) enhanced access to surrounding properties; Provided through the proposed location for a people mover, and ■ proposed road access. (b) continued mixed use, including community commercial, ■ office,public uses (post office, grocery, and Town Hall) and residential; Provided as described in the program. ■ (c) redevelopment of the Snowmass Center; Provided as this is ■ the core of the project. (d) creation of an informal meeting place for the community; ■ Provided in the improved community services and the enhancement of the outdoor spaces at the Center. ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 17 ■ ■ ■ ■ (e) clustered residential dwellings at the base of the draws. ■ Provided in the draw above the Snowmass Center The Comprehensive Plan maps show the Snowmass Center . intersection with Brush Creek Road as a relatively intact area, in terms of transportation impacts. The applicant anticipates that ■ there will be improvements to the upper intersection at the time of the Base Village development. ■ . C. Landscape and Architecture ■ The overall architectural concept is to create residential villages with the vitality provided by density, mixed use and retail activity at the ground level. A new architecture will be developed for the building- see attached rendering. The Snowmass Center building will appear to be comprised of several smaller ■ structures through careful use of massing, form and color. The roof forms will ■ also be articulated. Color will be predominantly earth tones, with careful use of brighter accents, to add to the vibrancy of the building. ■ The proposed redevelopment of the Center provides the opportunity to establish a ■ new architectural character for the Center and adjoining residential units. The reorganization of vehicular traffic and parking away from the building provides the opportunity for traditional storefronts at the commercial level, creating a life and vitality along the "street front". The redesigned Center will emphasize pedestrian activity by utilizing transitions of materials to create individuality; architectural elements such as awnings, canopies, columns and brackets to create . scale; and interesting transitions between hardscape and softscape which combined will transform the storefronts into an active, pedestrian scaled "street." The mixed-use development proposed on the upper levels of the building would generate a new architectural vocabulary for the building. The architecture will define the changes of building use to create individual and identifiable building massing and character. Distinct portions of the Center will be identified with . unique detailing. The individual massing and detailing will result in a "village"of architectural vitality and character, which will add life and interest to the project. ■ An overall landscape concept will be developed for the Snowmass Center including creating pedestrian arcades, seating areas and the landscaping for the ■ parking areas. The outstanding views from the property will be preserved. The entry road to the Center will be an improvement on the existing road as all the ■ parking on the roadside will be eliminated. This will provide for a smoother flow of traffic and more attractive entry to the project. ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 18 ■ ■ ■ ■ A new entry road is proposed for the townhouse development and this will be attractively landscaped. Within the development there will be landscaping around the roads and driveways to minimize the impacts of paved surfaces. Within the courtyard area, a community facility will be created in a semi formal garden. As there are some sections of road that traverse steep slopes, all retaining walls . will be limited to a maximum of 15 feet high. Careful attention will be given to the finish and appearance of the walls to minimize potential visual impacts. Where practical, the walls will be stepped to allow planting between them. Plant species in these areas will be selected from a palette of native species. . The single-family homes will have Homeowners Design Guidelines that exceed the requirements of the Town's guidelines. ■ d. Natural Resources . The Comprehensive Plan GIS maps were reviewed. Development on the Snowmass Center Parcel will have no impact on wildlife, environmentally sensitive areas, elk or deer based on these maps or primary constraints identified by the Town except for the following: ■ . Brush Creek: The project is located close to Brush Creek, but does not impact the riparian area. Recommendations for drainage mitigation will be developed in the next phase of project development. ■ Steep Slopes: • The road that connects Parcels H and H-1 to the Snowmass Center crosses slopes greater than 30%. This is the only available access to these parcels. Preliminary geo-technical studies indicate that there will be no slope instability in the 30% slope area, provided that engineering principles are followed. Visual changes . resulting from road construction will include revegetation and careful detailing of the retaining walls. ■ The road that accesses the townhouses also includes 30% slope areas. These ■ slopes were steepened when the existing road was built and they are man-made. ■ The service yard comer of the redeveloped Center is located on a small portion of ■ 30%plus slopes. Two levels of residential development are located above the service area, also encroaching on the steep slopes. By extending the building over the service area, the visual impact of the service area will be minimized. Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 19 ■ ■ ■ Other Geological: In preliminary geo-technical studies, several other potential geologic hazards have been identified on portions of the property. These include the potential for debris ■ flow and rockfall. Most of these impacts may be mitigated with appropriate . engineer recommended methods. Further study will occur in the next phase of project development. ■ e. Phasing ■ . Only one PUD filing is anticipated with this application. The improvements will be constructed once approvals are finalized, anticipated start fall 2002. See Section B 13 — Timetable. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission 20 ■ ■ ■ ■ . 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Ordinance 4, Series of 1979 ■ 2. Ordinance 22, Series of 1984 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission ■ ■ l TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE f BOARD OF TRUSTEES RESOLUTION NO. 1 SERIES OF 1979 Il A Resolution adopting Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979, of the Planning and Zoning Commission of the Town, and modifying the same, regarding the zoning, buildout aM public contributions nebessary for the development of the Benedict Land and Cattle Company. WHEREAS the Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended the Board of Trustees adopt a resolution substantially in the form and substance as Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of said Commission; and, WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees has held a public hearing on said resolution on February 16, 1979 pursuant to public notice -Ublis:^.ed at least 15 days before said date; and, WHEREAS, the Board has heard the presentation of the Benedict ' Land and Cattle Company on February l5 1979 as the proponent of said resolution; and, WH_.°.EAS, the Board of Trustees finds that Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of the Planninr and Zoning Commission is sub- stantially in conformance with the Paster Plan Policy Statement the -own and provides a framework within which future planning Cdr the Benedict propert.v at Ferawav Ranch may proceed; end, WHER'EAS, the Benedict Land and Cattle Company and the Board of Trustees a¢ree that certain modifications to said resolution are necessary; I4OW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE 7OWd 07 SNOWMASS VILLAGE: ' 1. That Section 7 of Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of the Planning and Zoning Commission be amended by adding thereto the t following: "At the Town's option, Benedict will dedicate to the Town land of sufficient width in order to make the road easement for the connector between Ridge Road and Faraway Road 60 feet in width and participate in the construction of the connector road in accordance __________-____ with the terms of the ,.arch 22, 1971 Easements Agreement and the subdivision regulations of the Town." 2 That Section 13 of Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of the Planning and Zoning Commission be amended by deleting the words "shall not be subjected to fees, charges, contributions or con, cessions" and inserting in place thereof the words "is not consenting to the making of additional commitments". (, 3• That subject to the amendments set forth herein being made and consented to by Benedict Land and Cattle Company, the Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979, of the Planning and Zoning Commission is hereby adopted and made resolution of the Board of Trustees and the Mayor is hereby authorized to execute the same on behalf of the Town. . 4. That the entire Benedict development program be constructed in not less than 12 years (the development tine period) from t e date of SPA (specially planned area) submittal. Development shall proceed on a prorated basis per year but may be accumulated by con- solidating the units of one year with a second year with the approval of the Board of Trustees, provided, however, that a hotel may be developed on an accelerated time schedule in which case the residual development entitlement will then be phased over the remaining development time period. This development phasing constraint will reouire that the hotel development decision be made early in the development process due to the impractinalities of phasing s hotel development. INTP.ODUCED, READ AND PASSED by -a vote of 'to-/ March 12, 1979• tayor ATTEST: Town v er t Resolution No. Series of 1272— _ / 979 ■ s ' s. 1 --------------- ■ ■ TOWN OF SHOIPIASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ■ ORDINANCE NO. 22 ■ SERIES OF 1984 ■ !di ORDINANCE APPPOVING THE STAGE TWO SPA PLAN (LAND USE PLAN) ARD CROSS PARCEL PLAT FOR 111E FAPAVIAY RANCH PROJECT. ■ ■ WHEREAS, the Town Council has previously approved•an application for Stage One SPA approval for the Faraway Ranch Project in Town Council ■ Pesol'ution No. 24., Series of 1984; and WHEREAS, Mt. Baldy Investors (Applicant) has applied for Stage Two ■ SPA Plan and Gross Parcel Plat review of the Faraway Ranch Project; and . ■ WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has recommended approval of Stage Two with conditions, as set forth in Planning Commission Resolution No. 18, ■ Series of 19Pa; and WHEREAS, a Public Hearing was held before the Town Council on ■ September 17, 1984, for the purpose of receiving public comment. ■ NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One. Findings. Based upon a review of all evidence submitted at meetings, work ■ sessions and public hearings, the Town Council hereby makes the following findings with regard to the Faraway Ranch Stage Two SPA ■ submission: A. That no changes have been made to the proposed development as ■ approved at Stage One, and no new information has been submitted or discovered which would make the proposal now ■ inconsist.ent.with the Master Plan. B. That the Project as described in the Stage Two submissidn documents is in conformance with the Land Use Evaluation Standards as set forth in Section 2.6.5.a, of the Land Use ■ Code; is in conformance with the objectives of Specially Planned Area development; and is in conformance with any other applicable regulations of the Town not specifically subject to ■ variations by the Land Use Code. C. That the Applicant has submitted all of the information and ■ items required by Section 2.6.6.b. of the Land Use Code ■ (submission data requirements) and has complied with the procedural requirements of the Land Use Code applicable to this submission. ■ D. That the Gross Parcel Plat conforms with the requirements of ■ Section 2.6.4.f. of the Land Use Code. E. That the Applicant has satisfactorily complied with the conditions imposed as part of the Stage One approval (Town ■ Council Resolution No.. 24, Series of 1984), except those which have been continued as conditions in Section Two below. ■ F. The Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village finds the plan ■ for commercial expansion of the Snowmass Center to be ■ ■ ■ reasonable and that the area at and near the Snowmass Center is ■ appropriate for said expansion. While the applicants are to be* commended for presenting the Town with their plans for the use ■ of all their lands, the Town Council finds the plan for commercial expansion as contained in Building B to. be premature. The Council additionally finds that it would ■ entertain an amendment to the SPA plan to allow Building B at such time as demand warrants expansion. ■ Section Two. Conditional Approval. ■ The Stage Two SPA Plan (Land Use Plan) r.s amended, particularly with respect to Building B and the Gross Parcel Plat for the Faraway ■ P.anch Project, the legal description of which is attached hereto as Exhibit "A", are hereby approved subject to the following terms and ■ conditions., A. That 'the Final Land Use Plan consisting• of this Ordinance ■ together with the Land Use Plan Map, in the form suhmitted, amended and approved during the Stage Two review process shall he recorded in accordance with the provisions of Section ■ 2.6.7.c.(6) of the Land Use Code. The recording of the Final Land Use Plan shall result 1n the establishment of the uses by right and limitations on use applicable to the property ■ described therein and shall confer upon the owner of all or a portion of such property those rights, restrictions and ■ obligations granted and described in Section 2.6.7.c. of the Land Use Code. Amendment to the Final Land Use Plan: Prior to Stage Four approval of any portion of the area or parcels ■ defined in the Land Use Plan, any amendment to the Land Use Plan which would 'amend the provisions applicable to such ■ portion or parcel may be initiated by Resolution to the Town Council upon its own motion, upon the request of the Planning Commission or upon request of the applicant. Such amendment ■ shall be accomplished in the same manner as the amendment of any Municipal Ordinance, except that a public hearing shall be ■ held after the first reading and prior to the second reading of such ordinance, following publication of notice of such hearing in a newspaper of general circulation within the Town at least ■ thirty (30) days prior to the hearing. . In addition, a written notice of said hearing shall be mailed by first class mail at ■ least thirty (30) days prior to the hearing to the property owners within three hundred (300) feet of the property which is A the subject of review. The proponent of the amendment shall be responsible for the mailing and publication of notice. In the event that the amendment is proposed by the Town, the applicant ■ shall be entitled to 30 days notice of the.hearing, by first class mail. ' A copy of the proposed amendment ordinance shall be delivered to the Planning Commission for their review and ■ recommendations within five (5) days after adoption on first reading. The Planning Commission's recommendations shall be ■ delivered to the Town Council prior to the public hearing and made a part of the record of the hearing. No such amendment shall be effective without the written consent of the owners of ■ all the land area subject to and re-zoned by the amendment. After Stage Four approval of any portion of the area or parcels ■ defined in the Land Use Plan, any amendment or modification of the Land Use Plan which would amend the provisions applicable ■ to such portion or parcel shall be undertaken as an amendment , or modification to the final PUD Plan as provided in Section 2.6.7.e.(6) of this Chapter. B. With the exception of Building "D" of the Snovanass Center expansion, the first application for a Stage Three approval of ■ any portion of the Faraway Ranch Project shall contain additional information regarding the Applicant's plans for . construction of comfortable and affordable employee housing. ■ -2- ■ ■ ■ Said plans shall include site, scheduling and financing plans ■ in sufficient detail to allow review by the Planning Commission and the Town Council to insure that the employee housing ■ requirements of the 'Faraway Ranch project, as approved herein, - are being properly addressed. ■ C. The first application for a Stage.Three approval of any portion of the Faraway Ranch Project shall include a detailed ■ Construction Management Plan for the particular application and a general plan for each phase contemplated thereafter. The Plan shall pay particular attention to automobile, hits and ■ skier traffic flow, construction traffic and parking. ■ O. Lapse. in the event that Stage Four approval for any portion of the area or parcels defined in the Land Use Plan has not been•.granted within eight years from the date of Stage II ■ approval, the Land Use Plan approved for such portion or parcel shall' lapse, with the effect that such portion or parcel shall retain the zone classification which existed prior to the ■ application for Stage One approval and the applicant shall not be entitled to submit an application for Stage Three approval, ■ Prior to the lapse, the applicant may apply for and the Town may grant an extension of the lapse, upon good cause being ■ shown. F.. No building permit shall be issued for any portion of the ■ proposed hotel until such time as the Applicant and/or the Aspen Skiing Company,has (have) (1) accomplished the relocation and upgrading of Lift d6 as described in paragraph 7 of the ■ easement agreement between Benedict Land A Cattle Company and the Aspen Skiing Company dated September 27, 1984 and recorded ■ on October 1, 1984 in Book 474 at Page 230 or (2) guaranteed, in a form acceptable to the Town Council and Town Attorney, that such relocation and upgrading of Lift. 16 shall proceed ■ prior to or simultaneously with the construction of the proposed hotel. F. The average size of rooms in the proposed hotel shall not ■ exceed 475 square feet, as measured according to the Town's requirements for calculation of floor area contained in the Land Use Code, and all space in the units shall , in addition, he measured from the outside of exterior and hallway walls and ■ from the middle of party walls. Decks for individual hotel rooms shall not be included in the square footage unless a deck exceeds 100 square feet, in which case all area above 100 square feet shall be counted at 50% or 100%, depending on the ■ floor area ratio measurement criteria. No hotel room shall exceed 525 square feet. ■ G. The number and size. of hotel suites is hereby approved as submitted; however, the Town Council will entertain changes in ■ unit mix and number of units at Stage Three provided the total square footage of suites approved at Stage Two is not increased. • II. The square footage figures for each structure contained in the submission shall be considered the maximum allowable square ■ footage. T. Owner use of the suites and hotel rooms shall be restricted to two (2) weeks during the winter season and two (2) weeks during . the summer season. ' 0. Should the Town elect to improve Brush Creek Road to a . four-lane section between Wood Road and Owl Creek Road, the Applicant agrees to reimburse the Town an amount equal to the ■ costs of the road improvements proposed, and hereby accepted, ■ -3- --------------- --------------- ■ as part of the Stage Two traffic impact mitigation plan. ■ Reimbursement shall be in an amount equal to the costs of the improvements as determined by an engineer's estimate to be conducted during the year the Town's improvements are scheduled ■ for construction. ■ K. All recommendations of the Town Engineer, as attached hereto as. Exhibit "B", and specifically those concerning Faraway Road and ■ Snovanass Center drainage improvements, shall be complied with as part of any applicable Stage Three submission. ■ L. The' recommendations of the Town's Transportation Department, attached hereto as Exhibit "C", shall be incorporated as part ■ of any Stage Three submission to expand the Snowmass Center. M. A maximum of seven thousand one hundred one (7101) square feet ■ of additional lift line condominium space, as measured by the Town's floor area ratan measurement standards contained in the ■ Land Use Code, shall be allowed provided the unit count does not exceed twenty-two (22) and that no condominium cluster shall contain more than three (3) floors of habitable space 'and ■ a maximum height of forty (40) feet. N. The hotel rooms`, suites, lift line condominiums and all ■ proposed commercial spaces shall join the Snowmass Resort Association if the Association and the Applicant are able to ■ agree upon an appropriate assessment schedule. The Applicant shall enter into good faith and negotiations with the Association which are intended to develop an equitable formula for assessment obligations. No Stage Three approval for any portion of the property approved by this SPA Plan, which ■ includes the above described elements, shall be approved unless the Town Council is reasonably satisfied that such negotiations have been entered into and completed in good faith. If the ■ Town- Council determines that such negotiations were conducted in good faith, even though unsuccessful, this condition shall ■ thereafter be ineffective. 0. The Applicant. shall provide reasonable easements and/or air ■ rights for and to all systems or structures necessary for the movement of people at such time as detailed plans for such ■ structures or systems are available. P. The proposed single-family residence shall be a member of the Snownass Homeowner's Association, and shall be subject to review by the Snowmass Homeowner's Association Design ■ Committee. i:o portion of the building envelope shall contain slopes in excess of thirty (30X) percent. ■ Q. The parking ratio for the proposed commercial expansion at the Snowmass Center shall result in an overall parking ratio for ■ the Snowmass Center of one (1) space per three hundred fifty (350) gross square feet. No parking spaces'shall be assigned for any hotel unit. Only those spaces provided in carport ■ areas may be assigned for the Lift Line Condominiums. ■ R. Hotel roof sections shall be limited to a maximum of ten (10) feet .in height. ■ S. The Applicant shall flatten the grade of Faraway Road at its intersection with Brush Creek Road to the greatest extent ■ possible, including, if necessary, moving the point of intersection to the west, subject to the approval of the Town Epoineer. ■ T. The Applicant's proposal for phasing of parking is accepted on ■ the condition that the Town Council reserves the right to ■ -4- ■ . review phasing and parking ratios for any Stage Three submission. U. A plan for improvement of pedestrian access, particularly between the Snowmass Center and the proposed hotel shall be presented as part of any Stage Three submission, except . Building "D" of the Snowmass Center expansion. . V. The Applicant and/or hotel operator shall comply with the recommendations of the Town's Sanitation. Division regarding' trash handling procedures and equipment. ■ W. Additional landscaped area shall be provided to replace that ■ which will be lest as part of the Building A and D expansions. Y. That the Land Use Plan Map be amended to provide that the uses by right within Parcel B be limited to parking and open space, and that the following note be included: In approving Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, the Town Council determined that Parcel B is an appropriate location for retail commercial and office uses, but also determined that development of such ■ uses at the time of the, adoption of said Ordinance was premature. Accordingly, no development activity is authorized . pursuant to Ordinance No. 22 or this Land Use Plan Map and no uses are authorized other than those . set forth above. Amendment of the Land Use Plan Map as applied to Parcel B will be required in order to establish the parameters of other uses and to authorize development thereof at a later date. Section Three. Gross Parcel Plat. ■ The Gross Parcel Plat attached hereto and made a part hereof as Exhibit "D" is hereby approved. Said Plat shall be subject to and limited in effect by the provisions of Section 2.6,4.f, of the Land Use Code. r INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on First Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, this 29th day of October, 1984, by a vote of 5_ to 2 , Councilmembers Desmond aqd Francis opposed. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on Second Reading by the Town Council ■, cf the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, this 5th day of November, 1984, by a vote of 5 to 2 Councilmembers Desmond and Francis opposed. . TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO , ■ By: Jefferson lippett, aF1ayyor . ATTEST: Jefi i usan Garrison, Town Clerk -5- ■ ■ ■ APPENDIX B—Faraway North SPA, Phase Two Approved Plat, March 1985 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission ■ ■ ■ EXTRACTS FROM FARAWAY RANCH S.P.A. FINAL ■ LAND USE PLAN PARCEL A • Parcel Acreage 2.625 More or Less ■ A. Zoning: SPA— 1. See Note 6 ■ B. Present permitted use: Parking ■ ■ PARCEL B AND EXISTING CENTER ■ Parcel Acreage:2.049 More or Less Existing Building: 4.269 More or Less Total 6.318 Acres More or Less A. Proposed Land Uses • Parcel B 1. Parking and Circulation 2. For other uses see Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, Section 1,Note F and Section 2, Note X. Existine Snowmass Center Parcel 1. Multi-Family Dwelling Units 2. Parking ■ 3. Commercial: retail stores,restaurants,personal service shops and offices 4. Conference Facilities ■ 5. Ski Facilities 6. Transportation Facilities 7. Support or Accessory Uses B. Major Structures 1. Existing Snowmass Center Structure(not included in approval) . 2. Building A Addition 3. Building D Addition ■ C. Anticipated Program by Type of Uses ■ 1. Maximum Building Square Footage and Uses ■ Commercial Office s Total Building A 8,290 sf 16,740 sf 25,030 sf ■ Building D 3.338 sf 2,893 sf 6.231 sf Totals 11,628 sf 19,633 sf 31,261 sf ■ Existing Building(5) 46.189 sf . 77,450 sf ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ D. Land Use and Development Parameters ■ 1. Maximum Building Square Footage Building A 25,030 sf . Building D 6.231 sf Total 31,261 sf ■ Existing Building (6) 46.189 sf Total 77,450 sf ■ 2. Maximum Building Height Above Natural Grade Building A 29'-0" ■ Building D 24'-0" ■ 3. Maximum Amount and Type of Commercial Space Retail Stores,Restaurants 11,628 sf ■ Office 19,633 sf 4. Proposed FAR(2) .29 ■ N/C Allowable FAR .50 . 5. Minimum Number of Parking Spaces(See Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, Section 2,Note Q) ■ Commercial Total Spaces ■ a. Building A 25,030 _ 350 72 ■ b. Building D 6,231 _ 350 18 ■ C. Existing Building 46,189 =350 132 ■ Total 222 d. Maximum Parking Ground Coverage (2) (Includes Parking on Parcel 'B' and Existing Snowmass Center 76,344 sf 6. Maximum Building Ground Coverage ■ Building A. 9,538 sf ■ Building D 3,408 sf ■ Stair at Building A 144 sf ■ Existing Building 29.648 sf ■ Total 42,819 sf ■ 7. Minimum Amount of Open Space ■ (Includes Parcel B and Existing Snowmass Center 103,429 sf—38% ■ ■ 2 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ PARCEL C ■ Parcel Acreage 4.806 Acres More or Less ■ A. Proposed Land Uses 1. Employee Housing ■ 2. Parking for on-site uses 3. Open Space ■ 4. Community Facilities B. Major Structures ■ 1. West Meadow Employee Housing, 2 buildings, 3 stories above natural grade. Use will be employee housing. ■ C. Anticipated Program by Type of Use 1. Building Gross Square Footage (Restricted) 43,209 sf ■ (Exterior Decks) 3,864 sf D. Land Use and Development Parameters ■ 1. Maximum Building Square Footage(Restricted) 43,290 sf ■ (Exterior Decks) 3,864 sf 2. Maximum Building Height 34 ft. 3. Maximum Number of Bedrooms 69 bedrooms 4. Average Square Footage of Dwelling Units by Type of Units ■ Studio 20 @ 448 sf Studio 1 @ 680 sf 1 Bedroom 12 @ 656 sf 2 Bedroom 7 @ 864 sf ■ 2 Bedroom 9 @ 896 sf 2 Bedroom 2 @ 1,056 sf ■ 5. Maximum Number of Dwelling Units Per Acre 51 Units 4.086 Acres— 10.6 Units/Acre ■ 6. Proposed FAR(2) .22 (MF Allowable FAR) .75 ■ 7. Minimum Number of Parking Spaces 77 spaces Maximum Parking Ground Coverage (1) 23,386 sf ■ 8. Minimum Number of Employee Housing Units 51 Units Minimum Square Footage of Employee Housing Units 33,509 sf 9. Maximum Building Ground Coverage 17,228 sf ■ 10. Minimum Amount of Open Space 156,642 sf ■ PARCEL D ■ Acreage 3.386 Acres More or Less ■ To be dedicated to the Town of Snowmass A. Permitted Use ■ 1. Employee Housing ■ ■ ■ ■ 3 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ PARCEL E ■ Acreage 8.588 Acres More or Less To be dedicated to the Town of Snowmass ■ A. Permitted Uses 1. Open Space ■ 2. Community Facilities ■ PARCEL F ■ Acreage 11.234 Acres More or Less ■ A. Zoning: SPA-1 See Note 6 ■ ■ PARCEL G ■ Acreage 11.455 Acres A. Permitted Uses ■ 1. Open Space ■ PARCEL H AND PARCEL H-1 ■ Acreage 8.530 Acres More or Less ■ H 6.891 Acres More or Less A. Zoning: SPA-1 See Note 6 ■ H 1 1.639 Acres More or Less A. Permitted Uses ■ 1. Tennis Courts—Four ■ PARCELI ■ Acreage 1.142 Acres More or Less A. Permitted Uses ■ 1. Open Space,existing trails and bridge. New trails,bridges,people movers,or recreational uses by special review. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 4 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ LAND USE FINAL LAND USE PLAN DEFINITIONS . All terms defined in the Land Use Code of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado,adopted by Ordinance No. 5, Series of 1982 on May 17, 1982 and amended by Ordinance No. 25, Series of ■ 1982, on January 3, 1983,are incorporated herein by this reference. Definitions peculiar to this Land Use Plan are as follows: ■ 1. Existing Grade: ■ Existing grade shall be the ground elevation as shown on the topographic map prepared by ■ Merrick and Company for the Faraway Ranch S.P.A. aerial photography dated 7-3-73 and revised on 7-14-76. ■ ■ 2. Natural Grade: ■ Natural Grade shall be the same as existing grade. ■ FINAL LAND USE PLAN NOTES: ■ 1. FAR Calculations include the square footage of decks and terraces at 50%of their total area. Maximum building square footage excludes decks and terraces. Building Ground Coverage . includes patios and . 2. Based upon 2.5 hotel rooms/unit and 1,250 square feet/unit for suites: • 211 Hotel Rooms _ 2.5 84 Units 12 Suites @ 28,658 sf _ 1,250 sf - 23 Unit Total 107 Units ■ 3. Based on 1,250 sf/Unit: .19 Condos @ 44,973 sf = 1,250 sf = 36 Units (See Ordinance#22, Series of 1984, Section 2,Note M) 4. Based on 2.5 rooms/units and 1,250 square feet/unit. 50 Seasonal Employee Rooms _ 2.5 20 8 Apartments 8 . Total 28 Units 5. Existing Snowmass Center is not included in this submission. 6. Town of Snowmass Village Resolution 4, Series of 1979, which adopted Snowmass Planning and Zoning Commission Resolution 2, Series of 1979 by reference,provides that upon completion of the development program contemplated therein,the Benedict Land and Cattle Company, its successors or assigns, may apply for rezoning of an unspecified tract of ■ land as a development reserve. Approval of any such rezoning is intended to be at the sole ■ discretion of the Town Council and based upon an assessment of community need for additional development at the particular site at the time of application. The above named . owner/developer for themselves and their successors and assigns and the Town agree that the development approved by this Land Use plan satisfied the build out expectations and the ■ 5 ■ ■ ■ ■ obligations of the owner/developer as set forth in Resolution 4, Series of 1979. In order to ■ accommodate the additional expectation of a development reserve,consistent with the provisions of Resolution 4, Series of 1979,parcels A, F and H have been zoned SPA-l. As ■ such,those parcels have no development rights until such time as an SPA plan for all or a portion of such parcels is approved by the Town in accordance with the land use regulations ■ in effect at the time of application. No application for such approval shall be made or considered until the development approved by this Land Use Plan, except the employee ■ housing contemplated on Parcel D,has been substantially completed. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 6 MAR MEN ■ ■ ■ !l Rl i�ltRttltlR$!!t!!t!lRRN!!!!!!!N: �g ■ ,t�tsl rfyfi:tt:�liflstlk:sRflugtf:!!! r&„ A 1tljtiUttl„!!ltlRiflitiSltlfi=lttRi!!!! � � ■ tfus;tan,etltfucyatufWWllttlsnR � �� �, .� � �� R « $ ■ _ �' ■ E R ■ Ufa E i . . ■ ? .F t J� 0 � if� O -�-W ■ t I1111f, I 1111f!I11rj , Ef I`flllf111111111 1111 Iffflilly ■ F Ilrr (}I 1� '11(I (� ;�..1 1 . .11 1 • flf(11 ��1� ■ ' � i t`j }II� 1 � f �; � � f t; 1 r( 1 r l( r � r � I F� es . . . . t }l !t1e � .r ..�11 11 ..lr . ■ r('rtulFtIr111 I(r 1t'IFw;r( ! }(i('i.� ,(F• (r . ( [(, 1{(•' Illl(l'1 1 111(Ir (tj ''t ■ If'tl, rrlirf{Itl,r��! } (T .trE r 1 trf itrri9. 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Il rtt ► l # I Irl ■ '�°�' F1 ail°�'� 1II�•ll if; r it 1 r i{i }p°{ [ j #►((i ,.i it I ( � I r t r p• e ■ �' { , Mljf.lf�iPeii['i11 { [ ' 1 r j t { ' 1 t r4 !•' '�(rr'Ij(1 l �: tt ( . ■ k� ° (s� 1°, lll�f�t llet • liar. ° (I° °,.►(ii. r ,s n,4 hi.it ■ r.�t . .1(,1}11r1r r�{1!!t ►• t;� EI trfI! !r('• r '$ ! ■ wo sw..... . ! 1 o i !►1�Mrlw�eoL anOlum Id ol, 3 WAm TWO-LMDtll0.Me ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ APPENDIX C—Proof of Legal Access ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission ■ 4 51 GA>Lh,..i: A',J VACA'r LUN :`F EASLMLHS AGXLSMLN; This L�soment and Vocat: of Pas mr..nt Agre^rent is rntcrcu into this J2 j6 day of , 198u, by and between THC oNOWKAS., COMPANY, LTD. , Colorado limited parrner- ship ("SLC" ) , whose 3ddcess is Post Office Box 5000, Snowmass Village, Colorado 816'.5, SNOWO.ASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, a � Colorado limited partnership ("Center') , whose address is 1280 Ute Avenue, Aspen, Colorado 81611, and BENLDICT LAND 6 CATTLE - COMPANY, a Colorado corporalien, ("Benedict" ) ,whose addre_'s is Post Office Box 40, Aspen, Colorado 81612. To consideration of Ten Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which alt hereby acknowledged, SCL hereby grants and conveys to Center ar,t' Benedict (both individually and collectively) a perp.:tual, non-exclusive easement and right-of-way over, under and across that certain parcel of real property more particu- larly described on Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof by this reference ithe 'Easement Property") , for purposes t of ali forms of access, drainage, and utility services to, from and in conne--tion with the Snowmass Village North Subdivision, Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado, according to the plat K''I thereof recorded in Plat Bock 7 at Page 12 of the records of the 4" >� Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. SCL expressly reserves all rights to the use of the Easement Property for purposes and in a manner not inconsistent with this Easement. Y�, �•'.I r Center and/or Benedict shall have the right at any time or times to grant to others similar easements and rights-of-way over and across the Easement Property and to dedi- cate the Easement Property as a public road without the prior . authorization or consent of SCL. _ In the event that Kearns Road, as actually constructed, does not fall wholly within the Easement Property, the Easement Property shall, without more, be deemed to include ' -? ■ all of that property within thirty (30) feet on either side of 1 the centerline of Kearns Road as actually constructed. Any por- tion of the property described on Exhibit A attached hereto which is not included within the property thirty (30) feet on either side of the centerline of Kearns Road as actually constructed shall be automatically vacated and be free and clear of this Easement. Each party hereby authorizes Center to record !t;•. • a description of the centerline of Kearns Road, as actually constructed, and upon the recording of the centerline desccip- tion, all property within thirty (30) feet on either side of the +I centerline of Kearns Road as actually constructed shall be sub- t. stituted for the property described on Exhibit A. attache[. hereto, without otherwise modifying any of the uther terms and provisions this Easement Agreement. - ' The resoonsibil-ties and obligations of the parties ! for the gt.intenance, repair and reconstruction of the roadway, drainage and utility systems and Tcilities within and upon this Easement shall be governed by the terms and provisions of that certain Easement Operation Agreement of even date herewith between the parties hereto. Benedict and Center hereby vacate and quit claim to SCL all of their right, title and interest in and to "Easement 2" as set forth and described in the Decd of Easement recorded on April 7, 1971 in Book 254 at Page 545 in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. 7 This C-,sem-nt and Vacation of Easement Agreement s:1a11 P b r, upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and :heir respective successors and assigns. , THE SNOWMASS COMPANY, LT'D. , a Colorado limited partnership . r 1 By en ral Parrs r ' SNOWMASS CENTER -LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, a Colorado limited partnership BY ) �necal P BENEDICT LAND 6 CATTLE COMPANY, a Colorado corporation BY as its President , 1 `}4, ■. Y STATE OF COLORADO ) • ss. ". � COUNTY OF ) - The foregoing Easement and Vacation of Easement 4 Agreement was acknowledged before me this �ftU' day of ) i t ;i, 1981, by .. I ?` P Njoi Ti - , as general partner of The Snowmass Company, Ltd. , a Colorado limited partnership. My commission expires: Mr cOm"s,.r_ •" "eioi' ' Witness my hard and..official seal . Notary,.Public A dSess " err r• .�I ID��I I(/�: 111 . il��: nIC;1'.' � STATE OF COLORADO ) ss. . COUNTY OF i ' . ) ` The foregoing Easement and Vacation of Lasemen% Agreement was acknowledged before me this — day cf 1983, by as general partner of Snowmass Center Limited Partnership, a Colorado limited p_rt- nership. -2 My commission xr.pires: vitne:._ my nand and official seal . r. _. Lr •`,��hr Notary Public {�y!-0{SEkLJ J \:• , c Address / ■ u STATE OF COLORADO ) , COUNTY OF The foregoing Easement and Vacation of Easement ., i Agreement was acknowledged beforg me [ is T day of/.-:_ ��. . ■ ]983, by =.� �„-✓ � . i' ;..�. �cr.��.lyPresident of Benedict Land 6 Cattle Company, a Colorado corporation. My commission expires: />•''? � . Witness my hand and official seal. N9tery Public IN y � 1 ■ J Exhibit A 3u,t 4) 1 A description of an access, drainage and utility easement in the Easterly portic•r of Hoaglund Ranch in Government Tract 45, being a part of Sections 1 and 2, T10S, R86W of t`.e 6th P.M. for The Snowmass Company, Ltd. . } LEGAL DESCRIPTION A tract of land located in Government Tract 45, being a part of Sections 1 and 2. T10S, R86W of the 6th P.M., described as follows: Commencing at the Southwest Corner of said Section 1 from which the Witness Corner to i the IJk Corner of said Section 1 bears NO°01'31"E, 2703.93 feet, thence N29°38'4"' ' 3051.81 feet; thence S77°08'00"E, 92.45 feet to a point of curve to the left; thence Easterly, 64.46 feet along the arc of said curve to the East line extended Southerly . of that tract of land as described in Lease Agreement recorded in Book 237 at Pa,e 164 of the records of Pltkin County, Colorado, said arc having a radius o, 350.00 feat, a delta angle of 10°33'09" and being subtended by a chord that bears S82°24'36"E, 64.37 " feet; thence Easterly, 102.00 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the North to a point tangent, said arc having a radius of 356x00 feet, a delta angle of 16°41'51" and h, being subtended by a chord that bears N83 057:55"E, 101.64 feet; thence N75 037'00"E, ;`' 1;: 63.66 feet; thence N77°30'00"E, 220.66 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence N12°30'00"W, 16.96 feet to a point of curve to the right; Thence Northeasterly, 64.34 feet along the arc of said curve to a DOint tangent, said . arc having a radius of 70.00 feet, a delta angle of 52°39'34" and being subtended by a chord that bears N13°49'47"E, 62.10 feet; "t Thence N40°09'34"E, 19.47 feet to the Southerly line of the second tract of land as described in Deed recorded in Book 231 at Page 304 of the records of Pitkin County, Colorado; Thence 1147°51'26"W, 45.03 feet along the Southerly line of the second tract of lard 3s k described in said Book 231 at Page 304 to the .Easterly line of SHOWMASS VILLAGE NORTH - SUBDIVISION, a Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 7 at Page 12 of the records of Pitkin County, Colorado; Thence S40°09'34"W, 0.63.feet along the Easterly Iine' of said SNOW14ASS VILLAGE NORTH . SUBDIVISION to the Southeast Corner thereof; Thence N47°51'0"W, 15.01 feet along the Southerly line of said SNOWMASS VILLAGE NORTH SUODIVISION; Thence S40°09'34"W, 20.92 feet to a point of curve to the left; %� GUJM 451 98 ,• . Legal Description _2_ Thence Southwesterly, 119.48 feet along the arc of said curve to a point tangent, said arc having a radius of 130.00 feet. a delta angle of 52 039'34" and being subtended by a chord that bears S13 049'47"W. 115.32 feet; Thence S12°30'00"E, 16.96 feet to a point from which the True Point of Beginning bears H77 030'00"E; Thence N77°30'00"E. 60.00 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Jal fill,1�` y . � 1 ' I Y h, a � x",Yijll.l , q ■ ■ ■ ■ APPENDIX D—Proof of Ownership ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission ■ ■ ■ CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP i ■ ■ ' Pitkin County Title, Inc., a duly licensed Title Insurance Agent in the State of • Colorado hereby certifies that SNOWMASS LAND & CATTLE LLC, A • COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY is the owner in fee simple of the following described property: ■ PARCELS A, B, F, G, H. H-1 AND I, ■ FARAWAY RANCH SUBDIVISION, as shown on the Gross Parcel Plit of Faraway Ranch Subdivision recorded March 18, 1986 In Plat Book 17 at Page 6. ■ ■ Subject to encumbrances, easements, restrictions and rights of way of record. ■ This certificate is not to be construed to be a guarantee of tithe and is furnished for ■ informational purposes only. ■ ■ ■ PITKIN COUNTY TITLE, INC. ' ■ BY: ■ authorized si e ■ CERTIFIED TO: DECEMBER 13, 2000 @ 5:00 A.M. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ DEC. 10. 2000 10: 11AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE NO. 2663 P. 3 i -r�- ■ 81P8CZAL NAJUUNTY DZZD ■ THIS 01581), Made this 09 of JULY, 1P99 between NOV= BALAY INVESTORS, A JOINT VENTORB ■ of the Co=ty Of PITKIN and State of CO, ■ of the first part, Grantor and SNOWMASS LAND & CATTLE LLC. A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY , ■ C/O NELIGH C. COATES whose legal address is, 120 U. HYMAN ■ ASPEN CO, 41611 of the County of PITKIN State of CO, of the second part, Grantee ■ MZTPZS&ST15, That the maid parties of the first part, for and in conaideratlon of the sum of Tan dollars and other good and valuable ■ consideration&, to the said parties of the first part, :in hand paid by -the said parties of the second part, the receipt whereof is hereby confessed and acknowledged, has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed and by theme presents do grant, bargain, &ell, convey and confirm unto rho said parties of the second part, their hairs and assigns forever, all the following described loco or parcel of land, situate, lying and ■ being in Cho County of Pttkin and State of COLORADO, ee wit, ■ PARCBLS A, B. P, G, H, H-1 AND I, PARAHAY RANCH SUBDIVISION, as shown on the Gross Paredl Plat of Faraway Ranch subdivision recorded March 18, 1.989 in Plat BOOR ■ IV at Page S. ■ ■ 1111111 111111111111111 IIIII 111111111111111111111111 I1 433108 07/00/'11000 e3,i4P Spec NO DAVIS SILVI ■ 1 of 1 M 4.00 0 0.00 M 0.00 PITKIN 0010lTY CC, Together with all and singular the hereditamenta and appurtoaancas there- unto belonging, or in anywis& appertaining, and the reversion and reversions, remaindor and remainders, rants, issues and profito thereof1 and all the estate, right, title, interest, claim and demand whatsoever, of the said partiea of the first part, either in law or equity, of, in and to the above bargained premises, with the hereditament& and appurtsmmnoem! TO HAVX AND TO ■ HOLD the maid promisee above bargained and described, 4ith the appurtenanoem, unto the acid parties of the necond part, chair heirs and assigns forever. And the maid parties of the first part for themselves, itheir hairs, executors and administrators, do covenant, grant, bargain and agree to and with the said parties of the mecos)d parr, their heirs and assigns, the above bargained ■ promisee in the quiet and peaceable possession of catd 'parcieo of the second part, Chair heirs and assigns, against all and every piraon or persons lawfully ■ claiming or cc claim the whole or stay part thereof, by ,through or under the ' said parties of the first part to MARRA= AND PORWVM gST15MD. The singular shall include the plural, the plural the singular. and the use of ■ gender ohall be applicable to all gender&. IN WX&mS8S VMZR150I, the said parties of the firs= part have hereunto met their ■ hand(&) and ooal(s) the day and year first above written. ■ MOUNT BALDY INVESTO", A JOINT VIEWIVRE BY! ■ —NELIGH C. COATES, JOINT VENTURER ■ STATE Os COLORADO ) �, COUNTY Or PITKIN The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 9 yl ofa3y 1999, by: MOUNT DALDY INVESTORS. A JOINT Y=iTVR$. 8 t N 1 4' COS Joint Venturer. ' ■ WITNESS my hand and offici meal •, my commission axpirse,��^�� No lie(l)GrNS . • f n`��Y ■ ■ DEC, 20. 2000 10: 11AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE NO.2683 P, 4 . i ■ CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP I ■ Pitkin County Title, Inc., a duly licensed Title Insurance Agent in the State of ■ Colorado hereby certifies that SNOWMASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, ■ A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP is the owner in:fee simple of the ■ following described property: ■ ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND KNOWN AS EXISTING SNOWNIASS CENTER PARCEL, ■ FARAWAY RANCH SUBDIVISION, according to the Gross Parcel Plot of said subdivision ■ recorded In Plat Book 17 at Page 5 of the Pitkin County records. ■ Subject to encumbrances, easements, restrictions and rights of way of record. ■ ■ This certificate is not to be construed to be a guarantee of title and is furnished for ■ informational purposes only. ■ ■ PITKIN COUNTY TITLE, INC. ■ . ■ BY: authorized si e e ■ ■ CERTIFIED TO: DECEMBER 13, 2000 @ 8:00 A.M. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 DEC. 20. 2000 10: 11AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE I N0, 2663 P. 5 i� ��iRlii�1� n1111 ' cri °i In•ronl 1. 1 :,.ue! und. 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'6a°�"j•.�r�•t P.Inanentx f elCCOrd orr iipp axlater�ft `:h lieu o1 the Daed of Trumf raco)•ded in Hodii^"' of "•'%Y�n i Ilx'x dY I\1Ma""T'AIUal,l all �nlx .•a wdAm:n•.Ix:'^,•,.maw qun1 d1w1 prrn nWU...11 dvflalln' I l I liii, :�Y10 U.q.,u m6 n n 1,1.111.n .x,xn law Idl..1111nm•11.•t n,.l.•.r.m,p dl xnnal I hr pn;dlx n �tnnw. pnxN JVli m111x1,•1ht Plural. xn Phd.x•l. rc n yu,a1 xs11h;xv.n,.n n4v.Ipll 1, ypL,.A•. all JrnY1. ".f,1 ■ 1\x•1,11„1.111 IIYi11 w ., i, : . ., %..I i4 J .,n..V: .1•„n.: i' :•x'A,°t'G.f•,�;) he;Il) Renudir.r Land and f1tt7e rompany / y I n.c.rn.c /i, . ..,.. i By:+ •-C. ill II y 4�'ee.) PJdi liana Aenedi ct, Serrolary Pre•drlc A. Be'cAle G. ;PYaaidant /•'•.11 •1\II "rl,•I nl•UI, f\M1'A;r'Ax• ,J1 e.. I ... PStkin ,•,., .i A5 F'rodr lr A. hnnrA ire as Mrca:d\,nl and I•, lubl:InO 1'11 ne11ir1�ns Svrretlln' nr bexrdlrt ':Ind and f:altl,- fen`yrq,ifbul'ufYim°nnh. • •rx e,v, .>'r a:�::,xrn: ., nl i,•, ntJ .0 k,l..aL•,1.mrnl by G:avnuw•. 1'••nl ri Llmllyd DEC, 20. 2000 10: 11AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE----------------------?-----NO.-2683 P. 6 T,: .4 ANeA 4I'Y 1`Iaa: Fl+eft Pf:KIa1IU! LAND AF.' :'ATTbt� CrWPANY AND 'rfrr6w Llit!Ti'P FAI;'rA'i,'p!;Illl' itl .;NOt•1NA6,i t.FN'ru 1.1 N1 :r'I: PARTNERSHIP DRl'!D 1985. All that .:ert.arn par,-c•l of land known as Existing Snowmaes ,f•`, ; Cenccr. sarcol , Faraway Rench Subdivision, according to the Gross PdrevI Pldt of spit suodiviulon recorded in Plot Book I'7 at •' . pmge __ 'j. of the Pitkin County records; - TOGETHER WITH any and a'.1 voter and water rights, ditches . and ditch right . ■pputtnnent to or historically used upon or in connection with the subject property, which water and ditch ■ rights conveyance is heroby made by quitclaim fnly and without warranty of title. and , ■ TOGETHER WITH perpet up! , non- exclusive easements and rights- of-way for access and underground utility purposes over and ;';' '•• �` across those certain easements established and described in Book " '•'� 254 at pages 545-546 and in Book 451 at page 94, reepectivtly, of the Pitkin County records; and ;! TOGETHER WITH a perpetual, non-exclusive easement and right- of-way for access and undargr,,und utility purposes over and . ' across so much of the existing arrest rood from Brush Creak Road servicing the easterly portion of the subject property ms lies , ■ upon Parcel A, Faraway RenL1t Subdivision; and TOGETHER WITH a perpetual, non-axalusive easement and right- of-way for access and surfa:e parking purposes over and across a ; 28 foot wide strip of real property located within Parcel Be Faraway Ranch Subdivision, :said strip being more particularly . described an follows: • ';' . A 28 foot wide parcel of land situated in Section 1, Township 10 South, Range 86 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, teing more fully described me follower " !',y, r • ! . Beginning at a polo: on the common boundary between Parcel B ''I and Existing Snowmaes Center Parcel, Faraway Rench Subdivi- q r . lion, whence Angle Point 1 of Tract 42 situated in amid Sec- rLr4',4r. tion 1 bears N. 60 916'23- E. 1919.45 feet; thence S. 45-001 W. 150.00 feet along sold common boundary; thence West 124.12 feet along said common boundary; thence N. 45.00' West 39.60 feet along said common boundary; thence leaving ';, •,• '. said common boundary East 140.52 feet; thence N. 45•DO' E. •."•;t'', t 103.62 feet: thence N. 84 900' E. 44. 50 feet to the point of ben.nn ing. };P.;;,;; • SUBJECT ALWAYS to the express understanding that by its '".,Y�:••� rec0[ inq o?­t-his Deed in the Pitkin County records, . Snowmaes Center, Limited Partnership shall be doomed to I•'� ,I have assumed (and ;foes hereby assume) , for itself and y; . for its successors and assigns forovxr, complete and ,y:•'`1}• exclusive responsihility for the maintenance, repair and general preservarion of chc abovw-described 28-foot ■ w1r1,: easemt'nt area and for in,: payment In a timely man- ner of all r•or,rs and expcnsec incurred from time to ■ u ma In the perforrolt'c of such nhltgntior.s. The for:nfri ownt•r or Owners, from time to time, of Parcel S. Par iwr,y ktinr•h Sn MI,V ';,un, EhAlf rry,:tinuc t0 he respon- . nibl" Inc Ih.• pn Ymrvit, nl r.11 gvl�cr al taxer, nn:1 aaness- m• nrn 1„vl •:1 ,q+nn r,iv7 Pnro,•vl n, invl,ultrq thm pardon I !r:f, n( u­:uu,•:,I I,y the• :.uli j iii .,lifore,`nr ; ,end ■ ■ ------------------------------------------ --- ---- DEC- 20- 2000 10: 12AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE N0.-2683---P.-7------- 41 fN I• A[K:,II41 F.Wt :V.V( I-Ag.j. r-EXII'll, I I%N iVP PAR IND(S lilt, I,-rad„ I Im It. i Par I Pyr sit I-, z.:,• RY t H,•nuilk-1 Land ..Ad Catdv Companv A Color, • 1;L-nvrNI Par It Ile I Fr, A'. icC7,W'PA Id-lit (Sea I) Attest: Psbltnni: Bi-nodict, SOL-retior ■ Hyl R. P. and C. r.v -,iny A Cmllfornin Limited ParnwrNhip c.ancral Parcncr ■ ily:-Nom-w;c,�clst--, 7; Attornt-y-in-Fif for Ronald W. Miller and Dlope, D. Miller. General Partners of K. D. And C. Company C. Cifneral PhrLA0r q7ATZ OF ( '11.17RAD01 ■ COUNTY OF PITKIN I The foreping 1nmtr~1c was acknowledged lintfore me gl)inzl'` tiny f. or ;I-- 1965. by VraJriC A. Benedict no tire dent and by Vablif befiodht7�Secretary or xpnodict lAtid and Cottle Conip,&Ay, a r0l0PAd0 47060rnVinn. U Kv-lernl partner in Sno,aInasm Cc-ntc•r )-Imltpd VurEner- My 19 Vitnuaft my hAnd and orficial scal. NOTARY PUBLIC STATE III! (III OIL%I)tl: ■ NWN1V lit' VITKIN Th,- -,,,Vmning H.StrU •.t was b,•f,,e, In,, this day nr ­ I.% Xvligl• C. ,Ir., Jn, lvjdunj)v and as 'r�lr �cn.ild I,'. Miller and 1)1;ppii- :). Millrv, Swnpr:II %,rtnorr; of R. V. and i 1',Iml,nny. .% p.,rcn,r.,I,Ip, earl: p1goa- :,:,rtn,-r In Swimi,,s Cvntor I imiced ...... my I"111.1 anti ilrl Ie till gwil IN, DEC. 20. 2000 10: 12AM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE N0. 2663 P. ■■ J, tit. r !! i: - . 1111• K if,! •if—ri . ■ A r if -t I of I lin.1 .-it If in S-•,-tl,,n 1, 1:fwr1:l,,%-JJ in :irfklth, .n.,- 8(, WOt or -h,, bri• Pylno%pal Mmiidi-in, i,,-Inq molt, j 11 Y :1-:Aci t0rd as fc) I owi;i Beginning ac -i point n the' <­Smin,in bound-:v between itarcci r. ■ ind Li(Lat.1.119 SnOWT.01111 CcIILC`r Parcel , Firoway Ranch Subdivi- gion, whvne,- I W •Trart 42 SItUaLed JA FA)d Sac- cirin I i,yvloo N. v. 1919.45 flititi thence s. avov W. 64I.50 fear; thence S. 45.00- W. 10;-82 feet; thence Wtrir. 140. " feet; ihenco H. 45600, W. 35.87 foul• thence N. ■ 45-001 E. 99. 51 fact; thence east 220.77 taitti thence S. 2F.-2n'51" E. 7.44 feet to ir point on satd common boundary; rhencc S. 45-OU' W. 15.72 feet along said common boundary to the point of beginning, containing 18,423 square feet, more or lass. Provided, h,liv*var, that at such time a land D,_X RYE, 'IT-o-F-the maker's obligati an: under—Ft at in the event t a certain Promissory Fute from Snowmass Center Limited Part- nership payable to Pro,,itient Life and AcCidonL and Insurance ■ Company &n the original principal amount of $2,150,000 dated October 2, 1979, are in [act paid and retired in i:ull , Benedict Land and Cattle company, its successors and ■ uesignal Shall have trie right to revoke and terminate maid parking and optirt spare easement by recording an affidavit of revocation and termination in the Pitkin County records. 11 , on the other hand, Provident Life should acquire record L tl* to the Existingq Snowmass Center ParcO by v •1 of form- clowire or doed in 1i.au thereof, said right of revocation Shall be deemed automatically terminated and of no further ■ force nor off:ct, and the subject easement shall remain for- evor binding and effective, ■ SUBJECT ALWAYS to the express understanding that by its 7LC_0_r7Tn9__0T­ih!s Dead in the Pitkin County cacor•32, Snowmass Center 1,1:,fited partnership shall be deemed to have assumed tend doci hereby assume) , for itself and for its successors and ,soigne forever, complete and exclusive responsibility fnr the maintenance, repair and general preservation of the above-described parking and open space easement area at&$ for the payment in a timnil, manner of m22 costs and exp-nmes incurred from time to time in the performance of m.,,h obligations. The record owner or owners, from time Ln time, of Par- cel B, Faraway Ranch Subdivision, shall cu,,tiriue to be responsible for the payment of all gantral taxes and iiiialleaments levied upon said Parcel B. includii.7 the portion thereof occupied by the subject easement. ■ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GrIANTING OR ROSFRIVING, HOPMR, as the rvav r.ty be, to ■ Benedict Uitno and Cattle Company, its succI;,Georq and assigns t Jilcluling Other authorised uv:ora) forever, perrm-ubl , non- cliclu!iive easements and rights-of-way Eot purposes n! access to ■ nTtqhhnrinq Irinde and fcr underground utility installation pur- rx.n••r, over and acri=_ the following descrtbed portions of the ■ :11.10), Vk rr0P(`CtY, to -IL: !a! A 611 17.,trl1: w1du Strip UF real peripertl, located In exlhtll ,rir, C n,••r flarvill , Varzow.:ly Ranch guhdiv!sion, Sitc- line 1 , lrownihit. 0 �,.uth, r(qnqP 86 W,Ki­ al rift, 6th Princi- 1,11 rl, I•3tKir, (sp%inlyi C(iloroelti, PNid tKrrip hrlinq mori•■ ■ ——————————————————--———- DEC. 20. 2000 IMAM PITKIN COUNTY TITLE NQ 2683 P. 9 ■ ■ 5�.t ._:. :3::. ■ ■ !,• q;nOlni I; ,1: I ID ' r no' s �• I !v ouun!I ^1 1;k 1';c ;'u F '^) enown.a>' n•• , P�r.:- i A„7i• POInt 1 ut 'h iv', 4t eitaat-1 ,•1 131.1 Srotlar 1 li: .•r•' N. 60b',: ,l ," . t:. 7'. 71.115 fc.P.I IhnnuC E. -5'11.1' 11. 1J11. 11 fat•' ; rh'•nc :09.45 fry•'. ilonq ry n,1n• -. n.lrnt rurv/ ro %Ii'. ■ _ I t hav ina 6 rodids of 14(l.no f••rr ( th0 rno;n of which b e.1% 0. 61 -25'09" W. 106.69 fc"t) ro n point an the :4o0thccly boundary of the Ex Lstinq ;nowma5s Center Par- . col: r.h:•n<'r S. 69030' W. 64.65 C-`r.c along said South- nrly hot•nJaty; t'•tnCC N. 45000' E. 117.77 fret Alonq /� •.. the westerly tn•Indary of caid Pufvvl ; thence leaving ■ said wcxtPrly buundary 1:, 57 feet along a non-tangent ! • , ...'• curve to the rlaht having a radius of 700.00 foot ( the chord of which l.earc N. 7202x'31" E. 33.51 feet); ■ thence N. 45000' e. 169.05 feet to the northerly bound- ary of caid Parcel; thonrr S. 45 000' P. 60.00 foot ■ along said northerly boundary to the point of beginning. ■ (b) A 24 foot wide strip of real property lo,�eced within or adjacent to Sxistinq Snowmass Center Parcel , Faraway Sanch Subdivision, Section 1, Township 10 South, Range 66 West of ■ the 6th Principal Meridian, Pitkin County, Colorado, said strip lying 12 feet on either Bide of the fol)owing ■ described centerline; ■ Beginning at a point on the southerly line of said Faraway Ranch Subdivision whence Angle Point 1 of Tract 42 situated in said Section 1 bears N. 51.4,1'20" E. 220.25 feet; thence N. 40.55'41" B. 188.83 feet; thence 55.11 feet along tFlr etc of a curve to the left having ;. a radil;e of 109.67 feet ; tho ahocd of which bears N. ■ 14001 '28" E. 64.16 teat); thence N. 06.54 '45" 6. 139,54 feet) thence 122.89 feet along the arc of a curve to the left having a radius of 60.89 feet Ithe chord of which bears N. 50044116' W. 103.07 feed) thence S. 71016'52" W. 35. 1C feet to the northerly lino of caid . r axioting 6nowmasa Center Pnrrel. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ —s- ■ i' COMMITMENT FOR TITLE INSURANCE SCHEDULE A 1. Effective Date: April 13, 2000 at 8.30 AM Case No. PCT14224PR 2. Policy or Policies to be issued: 4 (a)ALTA Owner's Policy-Form 1992 Amount$ 0.00 Premium$0.00 Proposed Insured: Rate: (b)ALTA Loan Policy-Form 1992 Amount$0.00 Premium$0.00 Proposed Insured: Rate: STANDARD Tax Certificate: $10.00 3. Title to the FEE SIMPLE estate or interest in the land described or referred to in this Commitment is at the effective date hereof vested in: SNOWMASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 4. The land referred to in this Commitment is situated in the County of PITKIN State of COLORADO and is described as follows: EXISTING SNOWMASS CENTER PARCEL, a replat, as shown on the Faraway Ranch Subdivision, Snowmass Village, Colorado, Gross Parcel Plat, recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Pages 5-6. PITKIN COUNTY TITLE.INC. Schedule A-PG.1 n01 E.HOPKINS - This Commitment is invalid ASPEN.CO. 81611 - unless the Insuring 9711-925.176(- Provisions and Schedules 970-925-6527 FAX A and B are attached. AUTHORIZED AGENT z - ■ ■ ■ ■ APPENDIX E —Letters of Authorization ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission ■ ■ ■ I ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Land and Cattle Company ■ 1676 County Road 100 Carbondale, CO 81612 ■ March 22, 2001 ■ ■ Chris Conrad ■ Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 ■ Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ■ Dear Chris: ■ On behalf of the Snowmass Land and Cattle Company, we authorize Design ■ Workshop to act as our representative on the Snowmass Center Redevelopment ■ apph ion. ■ ■ ■ Dale Eubank Snowmass Land and Cattle Company ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Limited Partnership ■ C/o Coates, Reid and Waldron 720 E. Hyman Aspen, CO 81611 March 22, 2001 ■ ■ Chris Conrad ■ Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 ■ Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ■ Dear Chris: ■ On behalf of the Snowmass Center Limited Partnership, we authorize Design ■ Workshop to act as our representative on the Snowmass Center Redevelopment ■ application. ■ ick Coates Snowmass Center Limited Partnership ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ . APPENDIX F—Resolution 34, Series of 1988 (Employee Housing) ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ■ TOWN COUNCIL ■ RESOLUTION NO. 34 ■ SERIES OF 1988 ■ A RESQLUTION ACCEPTING THE DEDICATION OF LBND TO THE TOWN OF. SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND GRANTING EMPLOYEE HOUSING CREDIT FOR THE ■ FARAWAY RANCH PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT. WHEREAS, the Town Council adopted Ordinance 22 , Series of ■ 1984 approving the Faraway Ranch Planned Unit Development; and WHEREAS, the approval of the project required Mount Baldy ■ Investors, (Applicant) to provide 59 units of restricted housing ■ and 50 seasonal housing units for employees of the Village; and WHEREAS, in exchange for credit for a portion of the ■ required empl_yee housing, the Town of Snowmass Village (Town) desires to acquire Parcel C of the Faraway Ranch Planned Unit ■ Development in order to construct employee housing. ■ NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One. The Town shall accept from Mount Baldy ■ Investors, a Colorado joint venture, a conveyance of the fee title tO Parcel C, Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area, according to the Gross Parcel Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 17 at Page 5 of the real property records of Pitkin County, ■ Colorado, together with perpetual , non-exclusive easements and ■ right-of-way for access and underground utility purposes over and across (1) that certain "Easement 1" as granted and described in the Deed of Easement recorded in Book 254 at Page 545, and (2) that potion of the 60 foot wide "reserved easement" in Existing Snowmass Center Parcel, Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area, wh icF_commences at the northerly terminus of said Easement 1, and ■ then continues in a northwesterly direction to a point of intersection with the common boundary between Parcel C and the ■ Existing Snowmass Center Parcel , Faraway Ranch Subdivision; and ■ Section Two. That upon the delivery of such conveyance to the Town and the recording thereof in the Pitkin County, Colorado ■ real property records, Mount Baldy Investors and its successors or assigns in the ownership of all or any portion of ay ■ Ranch Specially Planned Area shall be _deemed automatically, fully and forever re ieve of and obligation to build 51 mix e_d_ emp_ oyee . units as a roved on said Parcel C, Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area (as described on the Faraway Ranch Specially Planned ■ Area Final Land Use Plan recorded in Plat Book 17 at Page 4) , which 51 units are hereby acknowledged to include any remaining ■ employee housing commitment or responsibility arising out of The ■ ■ uu Ridge Condominiums project (Phases I and II) t and maatiee Threa. That upon the recording of such conveyance to the Town, the Town Iteglt shall thew• ter be rem nsible for the truot ono • is o u o r •• units as • may deters n• to b• approQriate on arc• t and — 9aetiiee rear. The Town hereby expressly recites and acknowledges that following the recording of such conveyance to the Torn, the only remaining employ housing obligations associated with Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area are seasonal rooms and the 8 mixed employee units on Pa N Faraway Ranch Subdivision. It is hereby acknowledged t units shall be provided upon oosm•noement of any construction on Parcel K of the Faraway Ranch S.P.A. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 6th day of June, 1988, by a vote of 7 to 0. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Richard G. Wall ATTEST: Amber Harmon, Town Clerk ■ ■ ■ APPENDIX G—Letters of Support ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Snowmass Center Redevelopment Sketch Plan Submission ■ ■ I a MaPleet P.O. Box 459 Glenwood Springs, CO 81602 (970) 945-1113 ' April 27 , 2000 Town of Snowmass Village P .O . Box 5010 Snowmass Village , CO 81615 Dear Town Council , I am writing to you in support of Project 112347 , which is the expansion of the Snowmass Center . i This project would make additional space 7 available to the Village Market . This would enable us to expand some of our departments to better serve the needs of the Community . We would be able to expand our variety of merchandise , thus offering customgrs an opportunity to do more of their shopping locally . We hope you will look favorably on Project 112347 to enhance the shopping opportunities at Snowmass Village . Thank you , John' Buxman Pikesident Snowmass Telluride Edwards Snowmass Mountain Condom i n i ums August 9, 2001 Town of Snowmass Village Council 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO., 81615 RE; Snowmass Center Expansion Proposal Dear Council Members, Snowmass Mountain Condominium Homeowners are interested in the proposed improvements at the Snowmass Center. As a neighboring property, the Homeowner's Association Board of Director's has been interested in Nick Coates' plans for Parcel H & H-1. However, the Homeowner's Association does have some concerns similar to those expressed during the Planning Commission's review process by the Woodbridge Condominiums Homeowner's Association. The Soils Reports are of great concern and what conditions would be placed on the Developer in perpetuity for any soil or slope failures. This has as much to do with water management as soil stability. Due to previous problems experienced at Snowmass Mountain Condominiums and the expense the Homeowner's association incurred correcting the problem, due to water and soil movement, indemnification of the buildings down gradient from the project may need to be done. Currently, the drain culvert from Parcel H-1 crosses Snowmass Mountain Condominium Property as the low point in this parcel abuts our property line. It was made clear during Planning Commission discussions that the current water management will need to be upgraded. The Road cut as proposed also raises concern about crossing a 30% slope for part of it. A road easement across Snowmass Mountain Condominiums for access to Parcel H-1 had been previously discussed, however, no agreement was reached. Therefore, the Board has concerns about emergency access to Parcel H & H-1 in the event of a road failure and potential impacts on Snowmass Mountain Condominiums. Sind Basil Griffin President, Snowmass Mountain Condominiums B. O. D. d P.O. Box 5124 Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Design Workshop,Inc. Transmittal Landscape Architecture Land Planning To: Town of Snowmass Village Urban Design Town Council Members Tourism Planning Ji Wahlstrom From: Richard Shaw, Suzanne Richman Design Workshop Date: August 7, 2001 Project Name: Snowmass Center Project #: 2347 Subject: Additional Materials Copy To: File The following items are transmitted: F. Herewith I- Separate Cover r. As Requested r'. For Review r For Files r For Approval r For Information uantit : Description: 10 Copies Revised Application Document 10 Copies Response to Comments 10 Sets Illustrations of Submitted Project 10 Sets Illustrations of Modified Project 1 Set Affidavits of mailings and posting with supplemental material (for Jim Wahlstrom only) Remarks: As requested by Jim here are 10 copies of the current version of the application as well as supplemental materials that illustrate the project as submitted and as modified at the request of the Planning and Zoning Commission to show additional height and FAR. DESIGNWORKSHOP Albuquerque •Aspen•Denver•Jackson Hole •Phoenix • Santa Fe•Tahoe•Vail •Santa Cruz•Santiago•SAo Paulo 120 East Main Street,Aspen,Colorado 81611 •(tel)970-925-8354•(fax)970-920-1387 www.designworkshop.com f.+a� SI ixd I►�Kd+r,�►w.� io 6c dttii ntd �u ' G�yFvtin� �vallG ar.�ow+w+o �we, q�rts'i • Nliw RUlAdN1A+ • O POINIVNI&I WPM some �tO�W. {t'lh • yl ori.0 �tA,lowl �Z '1'Ini>r► (� ' ZO to h�twtw �walol Road '�I'dwv 51Aoww+ayy Gewrw Typical Conceptual Road Section for Road accessing Townhomes Snowmass Center Redevelopment Prepared by Design Workshop July 23, 2001 a + C �w-".y.�, '[� � m` s. !°""'.'��• � Ii a�1�,i� J ��.} 9tif. ,rb,` _ �. � �.• ��+ •:_� �,�4�� ' ,s+._�Njra. , r w�,� ^c 'f'� r °fie ; � 7 a Snowmass Center Redevelopment May,2001 Propw e a y - •`,fir .. .. � 1'F. r I�11i�1•' _ A�r i i ,1 t 1 A Future Base Village Snowmass Village, Illustrator: Jeffrey Joyce Conditions 120 East Main Aspen, Colorado 1 ^ kll'ill 61 per, x3 G r _ .5 ,� k � ` r� w✓ S` KX,'0. k , r - 1 trig j WOO (§a �P 'i"', 'T-v� �!�8''iC`�t�11 i�M �i rY I:�,. .� i i!'a`.✓, -. � A' '�� --1 y a � r,:� � I i EMU ;?RX11 �� �• Vii.,. ��`��t� , , .. 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