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09-14-01 Town Council Packet 0000 000� momolaft CAL G6* THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 28, 2001 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 14, 2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 9:00 A.M. Facilitation of the session will be led by Jose Santiago, our Process Consultant. Item No. 1 • T. Michael Manchester welcome and context. 20 minutes • Review of outcomes and agenda for the day. • Visitor introductions as necessary (including Intrawest personnel and TOSV Planning Staff members) with role clarifications for this session. • Review of our Aspiration statement and progress on our Planks, looking to ear-end. Financial Model Item No. 2 Brief presentation by Walter Kieser and 45 minutes orientation as to next steps, including questions. Intrawest Background Information Item No. 3 • Brief review of Intrawest process for today. 2.5 hours • Gary Raymond presentation on key factors that G. viability, vitality of mountain resorts. • Video: "What is an Intrawest Resort Village?" • G. Raymond brief presentation on Intrawest experience at Iremblant Village and St. Jovite. Item No. 4 Intrawest "Envisioning Process" • Context for"Envisioning" (e.g., Haven't we About 3.5 already done enough visioning?) presented by hours Michael Coyle and Paul Smith of Envisioning and Storytelling. • Facilitated workshops in teams defined by the tables, on key topics for creation of the Snowmass Village storyline for Base Village. • Clarification regarding next steps. Note: Due to the fact that this will be a particularly long session of the VLF, we will take care that we proceed at a comfortable pace with the appropriate breaks, conversation time, and lunch. Next Steps and Close Item No. 5 • List any recommendations, agreements or Next 15 minutes Adjournment Steps that have not been captured in the session documentation up to this point. • T. Michael Manchester and Town Council closing observations. VLF Agenda, Friday, September 14, 2001 page 1 September 7, 2001 T. Michael Manchester TOS\% P.O. Box 5010 Snotim,ass Village, CO 81615 Dear Michael: The Village Leadership Forum's (VLF)next meeting is on September 14, 2001,in the Daly Room at the Snowmass Club. The meeting will begin promptly at 9:00 am and end at 4:00 pm. Attached you will find a Briefing Packet as follows: • Agenda • Snowmass Resort and Facilities Economic Model (Existing Conditions) During this day a brief amount of time is dedicated to showing the existence of an economic model. At this meeting it is not our intention that the VLF go into a detailed review of the model. Rather the attached Economic Model (Existing Conditions) is provided for your understanding of the basic "building blocks"of the model, and key assumptions and calculations for "existing conditions." Further, the model is designed to allow for the testing of alternative assumptions and development scenarios. Recapping the last VLF meeting, the group voted on important mobility(transportation) projects. The votes were as follows: 75 votes for Mall-Base-Center Connection; 70 votes for Rodeo Park-n-Ride (pave and expand); 60 votes for a consolidated Transit Plaza; 50 votes for Mall Parking Expansion; 48 votes for Intersection Improvements (Brush Creek/Wood Rd.,Brush Creek/Owl Creek); and finally 31 votes for Elbert Lane Extension. This is important information, and will in fact be brought back before the VLF membership at a later date in order to work toward further consensus, as it relates to other Forward Plan planks. We look forward to your participation and thoughts concerning our future shared success, so that we may together 'aspire to be the leading multi-season, family-oriented mountain resort community. Regards, Wm. Carey Shanks --------------- town of Snowmass Village, Village Leadership Forum (VLF) I tiday, September 14, 2001 Session - FULL DAY SESSION 9.4 Daly Room, Snowmass Club Purpose of this Session In this session we will continue to make progress on our aspirations for the town by examining one of the major Planks that moves us in that direction: that of the Base Village and the processes and approach that the developer the Ski Co. selected, Intrawest, will share with us. Major Outcomes for this Session 1. A brief review of the progress the VLF has made to date regarding our "Planks." 2. A summary understanding of the Financial Model that the VLF assigned to Walter Kieser to produce, with assignment of next steps. 3. An introduction to lntrawest and its personnel, and an understanding of the lntrawesl approach and philosophy including past examples in other destination resorts. Agenda Facilitation of the session will be led by Jose Santiago, our Process Consultant. Topic Process Time Start-up . T. Michael Manchester welcome and context. 20 minutes • Review of outcomes and agenda for the day. • Visitor introductions as necessary (including i Intrawest personnel and TOSV Planning Staff members)with role clarifications for this session. • Review of our Aspiration statement and ro resc on our Planks, looking to ear-end. Financial Model • Brief presentation by Walter Kieser and 20 minutes orientation as to next steps, including questions. Intrawest • Brief review of Intrawest process for today. 2.5 hours Background • Gary Raymond presentation on key factors that Information impact viability, vitality of mountain resorts. • Video: "What is an Intrawest Resort Village?" • G. Raymond brief presentation on Intrawest experience at l remblant Village and St. Jovite. 40 or Pagel Agenda, continued: 1 opic Process Time Intrawest . Context for "Envisioning" (e.g., Haven't we About 3.: "Envisioning already done enough visioning?) presented by hours FIO6e.°f" Michael Coyle and Faul Smith of Envisioninc and Storytelling. Facilitated workshops in teams defined by the tables, on key topics for creation of the Snowmass Village storyline for Base Villagc. • Clarification regarding next steps. Note: Due to the fact that this will be a particularly long session of the VLF, we will take care that we proceed at a comfortable pace with the appropriate breaks, conversation time, and lunch. Next Steps and List any recommendations, agreements or Next 15 minutes Clot( Steps that have not been captured in the session documentation up to this point. • 7. Michael Manchester and Town Council closing observations. r_I ., I A ?nm page 2 Table T nowmass Resort and Facilities Economic Model Existing Gonditiom Supply fnc/uoea Demand Dlenved Horn Skier Ge ecl Visitor, i includc 1 able t 704,851 324,721 2,93E Other Amenities Overni htVisitor-Da Da Visitors Residents 8 Attractions l able : Table 4 Table 6 I 1,150 General( Generale Generale Residential Units Expendhul s per captta Expenditures s per cep. Expendif Tres per cap. I able( $7( $40 $5,600 Potential F&E,Retail Fctential F&B, Retell Potential F&B,Retail Overnight-Visitor Day-Visitor Resident 1,60: Ex enditures Ez sndiwree Ex enditures Visitor Permanent LI:eble mmodations 450/, table 12 leble 15 Table 17 avg.occ.y Seasonal : leble 17a 131,641 549,&41,000 512,989.000 $16,450,000 j F&B, Retail S .Ft. Potential F&6,Retail Potential F&B, Retail Potential F&B, Retell Overnight-Visitor Ds -Visitor Resldenl y Table F Ex nditurea Ez endituree E enditures table 14 Table 16 Table 18b Sale: Elased on Capture of $78,785,168 Demand Potential F&B.Retail Ex endituree Table 11 I LaeAa e $37,500,000 1otel Ca lure Capture Rates of Sales Support Commercial Sq.Ff. — Ex enditures 48% avg. $285 /sf(avg., Table 9 32% overnight via. Table 10 economic Planning systems,Im.9/&2001 I 1102111102170SV2.xls -------------- NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Pursuant to Section 16A-1-55 of the ]own of Snowmass Village Land Use anc Deveiopment Codc. a Pre-Sketch Plan application has been filed by the Aspen Skim! Company and Intrawest Corporation concerning the 'Base Village" land area located at the base of Fanny Bill. Said area is generally bounded by the Fanny Bill base lift. Snmvmelt Road. Brush Creek Road. Assav Bill and Wood Road. The Pre-Sketch Plat, meeting will occur on September 14, 2001 as pan of the Village Leadership Forum discussions scheduled to occur between 9:00am and 4:00pm in the Daly Room at the Snot mass Club. 239 Snowmass Club Circh. The Pre-Sketch Plan discussions will not involve any specific site planning, development issues or proposals for this area: however. certain presentations or facilitated workshops may include discussion that involves community economic, planning, policy or program matters that could include the subject area. For this reason. the Pre-Sketch process is being applied to enable informal discussion including the Town Council and Planning ( ommission members during the meeting that is non-bind)ng with respect to any future development proposal. Published in the Snowmass Sun on Septermber 4, 2001 Submitted by: Chris Conrad, Planning Director aim 4W 9 P ❑srr cconrad\MS word Docs\Base VillaeeT\otice Preneich ]ntrawest Sept 14 2001 01.doc A s p r N S K it N G C O M Y AN ) August 29. 2001 Chris Cont-86 Planning Director I own of Snowmass Villaec PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 8161 RE: BASE VILLAGE PRE-SKETCH APPLICATION Dear Chris: This application is being submitted to the Town of Snowmass Village in order to meet the requirements of a Pre-Sketch Plan Application. It is hoped that the Pre-Sketch process will be useful in facilitating discussion between the applicant. Aspen Skiing Company and Intrawest. and the I own of Snowmass Village regarding long-ranee community planning policies as they affect the Base Village subject property. The Base Village development proposal will be for a mixed-use development that may encompass the following: • Public accommodations • Multi family condominiums • Attached single family units • Ski day lodge • Children's Center • Retail • Meeting space Pan Offin. Box 124X .a!pru. CO ,�I G I_ • Public recreation amenities • Reorganize ski lifts a Plazas • Ski trails s Parkinr 0 7 ransponation facilities The actual use count and density is still unresolved. The attached aerial photograph depicts the location of the proper-t . The agenda for the Pre-Sketch meeting is attached. This meeting is planned as a session of the Snowmass Village Leadership Forum. However. the entire 7 own Council will be in anendancc and questions and discussion specific to the base village property may arise. The purpose of the meeting is to stimulate discussion on ideas related to imagery and program elements. We. as applicants, do not view this meeting as an opportunity to preview site planning or development issues. Nothing in the sessions will be considered as binding on any representatives of the Town of Snowmass Village. The Pre-Sketch application is being submitted to ensure that a fait and thorough public notice is provided. Sincerely. Bill Kane Vice-President, Planning & Development Owl s e t:. 1 s n { All n . Hc.,a,d u.,.e i•� w`1 � �t e, r r Ilk� i •' A? lya . r C a` •