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11-05-01 Town Council Packet �c�- � �i l l - os -ol AGENDA SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA NOVEMBER 05, 2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 3:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL DISCUSSION AGENDA Item No. 2: 3:00 — 3:30 TRANSPORTATION BUDGET CHALLENGES -- Hunt Walker............................. (Tab A, page 1) Item No. 3: 3:30 — 3:35 INTERVIEW APPLICANT FOR ARTS ADVISORY BOARD -- Gary Suiter.............................. (Tab B, page 3) Item No. 4: 3:35-4:00 DALYTOWNHOMES BIKE PATH DISCUSSION -- Joe Coffey................................ (Tab C, page 5) REGULAR AGENDA—4:00 P.M. Item No. 5: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 6: CONCERNS ABOUT GOLF COURSE CONSTRUCTION IMPACTS TO FAIRWAY DRIVE RESIDENTS -- Paul Darrough ............................................... (Tab D, page 8) Item No. 7: FUNDING REQUEST -- Nanette Mosiman .......................................... (Tab E, page 29) Item No. 8: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 24, 2001 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND SECOND READING CONSIDERATION OF A MINOR PUD AMENDMENT FOR BRUSH CREEK OFFICES (OFFICES AT SNOWMASS) Jim Wahlstrom.............................................. (Tab F, page 37) 11-05-01 tc Page 2 Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 43, SERIES OF 2001 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION FOR BRUSH CREEK OFFICES (OFFICES AT SNOWMASS) (tabled from 10-15-01 meeting) -- Jim Wahlstrom............................................... (Tab G, page 59) Item No. 10: FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 16, SERIES OF 2001 FIRST READING CONSIDERATION OF AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A MINOR PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AMENDMENT TO THE ASPEN SKIING COMPANY'S VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY ON LOT 44 OF THE DIVIDE SUBDIVISION. -- Jim Wahlstrom.............................................. (Tab H, page 71) Item No. 11: APPROVAL OF REGULAR MEETING MINUTES FOR 09-28-01, 10-01-01, 10-15-01. 10-22-01, AND 10-29-01 .......................................................................... (Tab I, page 95) Item No. 12: PERFORMANCE STANDARDS AND SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES -- Gary Suiter.................................................... (Tab J, page 113) Item No. 13: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS Item No. 14: CALENDARS .......................................................................... (Tab K, Page 123) Item No. 15: 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. SEE CASE FILE SNOWMASS CLUB PUD PHASE II FILE NO . 1 -7- 196-9 FI ILE NO . 1 -7- 196- 10 FOR PHOTOS SUBMITTED @ 11 -05-01 T . C . MTG . TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: November 5, 2001 Agenda Item: Transportation Budget Challenge's#1 & #2 Presented By: Hunt Walker David Peckler Core Issues: • Level of Service • 2002 Transportation Budget General Info: On Tuesday, October 30, during the Budget review process, Council issued two challenges to the Transportation Division: Challenge 1: to provide for the Level of Service (LOS) contemplated in the 10/10/01, 2002 Transportation Budget plus a modified LOS for Route 8, late night service, and Dial-a-Ride (DAR) for$1.776 million. Through reevaluating the route structure and ridership patterns, analyzing our equipment and manpower resources, and realigning our supervisory staff, staff is able to provide for the Challenge#1 LOS at a net operating cost of$1.773 million($1.790 million Transportation Budget less $17,000 in DAR revenues). This Budget includes the following adjustments in LOS: • Route 8 from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. • Late night service - two buses on demand response service from 10:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. • DAR - Option #1 (see attached sheet), one van from 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. Challenge#2: develop the additional incremental cost to provide for the Village Shuttle's "typical" LOS. It would cost an additional $197,355 to provide this service. This cost also includes DAR Option#2 which provides for service from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. with one van and a second van for the peak afternoon hours. Note:At this late date it would be very difficult to provide for the typical LOS because we would need to have 6-8 new drivers in the CDL licensing and training process now. Council Options: 1. $1,773,118 Budget— Challenge#1 LOS. 2. $1,970,473 Budget - Challenge#2 LOS. 3. $1,799,065 Budget—Challenge#1 LOS plus Option#2 DAR. Staff Option# 3. Recommendation: - r - DIAL-A-RIDE PROGRAM OPTIONS: 1. $54,103 for DAR service during the historic peak hour of demand for the service: 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM and 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM. One driver would be available for the service, being able to make 2.5 to 3 trips per hour. A. Drivers time (34,692 B. One 4 wheel drive minivan spread over four years of life $8,474 C. Vehicle operating cost $6,580 D. Communications 52,657 E. Advertising $1,700 2. $80,050 for DAR service running from 8:30 AM to 10:00 PM, with two vans available from 3:OOPM to 4:30 PM. Two drivers in the peak hour could be able to make 5 to 6 trips in the peak hour. A. Drivers time $49,560 B. Two 4 wheel driver minivans, one meets ADA requirements, spread over four years of life $16,948 C. Vehicle operating costs $9,185 D. Communications $2,657 E. Advertising $1,700 3. $170,000 to contract with High Mountain taxi to provide 21.5 hours of service at $55 per hour, which is under negotiation at this time. REVENUES: $17,200: Revenues from a $2.00 charge from 8,600 passengers (highest winter utilization of Dial-a-Ride) would be $17,200. DP, revised 11/01/01 6001b ;W 000 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: November 5, 2001 Agenda Item: INTERVIEW APPLICANT TO FILL VACANCY ON ARTS ADVISORY BOARD Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Core Issues: ➢ Applicant name: Robert Voigt ➢ Applicant background is attached General Info: This vacancy was created by the resignation of Kathy Hansen. Linda Sandals recommended Robert Voigt and he has submitted an application for the open position. According to the Municipal code Town of Snowmass Village employees are not permitted to be on commissioned boards but they are permitted to participate on advisory boards. Council Options: Interview applicant. Approve or deny appointment to the Arts Advisory Board. Staff Recommendation: Approval of Appointment. 3 O TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Board/Commission Position o Board of Appeals and Examiners ❑ Liquor Licensing Authority ❑ Financial Advisory ❑ Planning Commission ❑ Election Judge ❑ Election Commission R( Arts Advisory Board ❑ Other: fUGLIC. anxs conniTret- Dame: Home Phone: 1 . voiS-r- 9Z 90 7s Pi�s•sical Home Permanent Residence: Address: 725r 14*JAdk, FL1006r- c- c"^OOL-- city: YeS.'W No ❑ ST.&ZIP: Cap. /6/S' D. o JSo>r fc4 93 Indicate Place of Permanen[ Residence Mailing Address S,.o,Dwn".5 Business.Mailing Address: office Phone: 9L 3 - t1"SZY o Employed With: Psi[ion: PZ—4Ajj'-� -7•p s�/. J Crj�/ Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes ❑ or NoX L Experience or Education which may ualify you for this position: 17 o scuc-PTOA, V _��n-rrw/uc yai"Vicejm.,VCr C->c � stTilc �- fA.T anR1ST /.J /Z�S/9t�e✓G� ~ d/JCOJ✓ it. \\'hy do you wish to be appointed to this position?: To A dad ✓4Lt F ✓al-/ C dntT (j Auc GA, 4115 Ji✓ s,✓owrtdsT v« �aG T,l511- J, /Gc. s1DD ?O y'c c,�nnJ./rV^1 S str-.•iscr bF fLOC'y- Fprt_ V/Jl 0 LpGOLS FAQ too Act- 4 v r)*,- co n r a %-FA,e7-f " VOfCC /N V41X ray, I acknowledge that I am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and duties. Applic n 's Signature Date Return to : Town Clerk, Town of Snowmass Village, Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 51615 m:\boards\app.b&c TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: November 05, 2001 Agenda Item: Daly Townhomes Bike Path Presented By: Joe Coffey and Scott Smith Core Issues: * Solution to accommodate 12' required bike path width. * Timber or log bike path guardrail General Info: Bike Path: We have reviewed options which would accommodate the required width of the bike path. Upon further examination of this situation involving more accurate surveyed field dimensions, we think we can maintain the original design(see attached sketch#1). If the bike path, carports, drive and building are located as shown on attached plan #2, we can maintain the clearances required at the bike path and between the back of the building and the site shoring wall. We feel this is the best option for the project as the other options we reviewed were very costly (i.e.: stone cladding on taller carport walls) or indoable (i.e.: cantilevering bike path beyond existing M.S.E. wall). Timber or Log Guardrails: The log guardrail will consist of 6" logs for posts with four 4" logs for the rails and a 8" log for the top cap. The timber guardrail will consist of 6" x 6" timber posts with four 4" x 4" rails and a 6" x 6" top rail. The estimated cost of a timber guardrail is $18,813.00. A log guardrail will cost approximately $6,600.00. Council Options: * Approve or deny site layout of bike path and carport. * Select timber or log guardrails. Staff Recommendation: * Approve layout of bike path and carport. An approval will not add additional construction costs. * Approve the log guardrail for less money and this guardrail will match other the fences in the town. 5 OOW c1 P�Ly To+NN�i�. IGS • S TON Cd 811�� TtH " l of29�o f �F�Ie OR/G/N�I L DE-5l6rN� 3fg"_ j ! p�� H/ooD 5/L7/NC-r oRlGlN.QL S��GONG. WALL Z ¢ Fcd/'in�Gz �,7, Ii/NES //� oRr/MB�R /e�►/ of �OoUAVACPB SWA44E Wj v 3 � 4.q�H •fie �'e•�`a �.< tr��•ar va .r_°�~•r�e ,b� s,r���..ii� o�,Iyt � R fill �W��!•��yr.00LS �� o TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: November 5, 2001 Agenda Item: CONCERNS ABOUT GOLF COURSE CONSTRUCTION IMPACTS TO FAIRWAY DRIVE RESIDENTS Presented By: Paul Darrough, Representative for Fairway Drive Homeowners Core Issues: Mr. Darrough states that the Golf Course construction adversely affects adjacent Fairway Drive Homeowners. General Info: Protest centers on the following points (Attached in a letter to T. Michael Manchester): 1. Fairway Drive Homeowners received no notice of the construction plans 2. Fairway Drive Homeowners were not involved or consulted during the design process 3. Notices of Hearings did not disclose that the Gold Course design and approval were being considered, and 4. Fairway Drive property values will be severely affected by the present design. Council Options: Staff All public notice and process requirements have been Recommendation: met for this development. The trend in golf course design is to sculpt the landscape and the grading, making it more appealing and less mundane. Staff has visited the property and believes the project, when completed, will be a visible improvement over the former golf course. Staff recommends that Skico continue to work with the neighborhood, within reasonable parameters. � a/ Paul G. Darrough, Jr. P.O. Box 6086 OCT 30 2001 Snowmass Village, CO 81616 I' (970) 923.5669 October 30, 2001 [ J Honorable Michael T. Manchester Mayor of the Town of Snowmass Village 0016 Kearns Road P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 RE: Protest to golf course construction that adversely affects Fairway Drive Homeowners adjacent to golf course Dear Mayor Manchester: Twenty years ago my two-story house at 193 Fairway Drive(Lot 7)was completed. Upon completion,Bill and Judy Burwell rented the house for three years. My wife and I then moved to Snowmass and have been permanent residents of the Village since 1984. The beautiful view of the golf course and the 12th fairway in particular were the reasons for my purchase of lot 7 and the subsequent building of a house thereon. We could observe the men's and women's tees, most of the entire green fairway, and the putting greens. Our view is now limited to a monstrous berm on the east side of the fairway adjacent to Fairway Drive. We will be unable to see the fairway or golfers because the old fairway has been substantially lowered and the berm raised to at least 15 to 18 feet above the natural terrain. This situation will adversely affect property values of all homes on Fairway Drive. None of the Fairway Drive homeowners were consulted or even notified of the golf course construction and how these plans would adversely affect our views of the course itself. In other words, we live adjacent to the golf course but we cannot see it if this design is approved in its present form. Don Schuster of the Skiing Company is in charge of the golf course construction and advised me in the presence of Judge Bill Lippman and the editor of the Snowmass Sun that the company might be willing to lower the berm two feet and no further. Two days later the berm was lowered two feet, which solved nothing, and we still have no view of the golf course. A The members of the Planning Commission and representatives of the Town Council also advised me that we had notice of the two hearings pertaining to the golf course and no one appeared to object to the plan. In other words, we slept on our rights and cannot now complain at this state of construction. That argument is fallacious since the notices of the two hearings did not mention that the golf course renovation and construction would be considered by the planning commission and the town council. Don Schuster further stated that many interested parties were consulted as to the location of the golf cart paths but admitted no Fairway Drive homeowner was so consulted. I would assume that homeowners adjacent to the golf course would be considered "interested parties." Five lots— six through ten of Country Club Unit One with the following street addresses: 161, 193,225, 257,and 289—are the most affected by the present design of the course eliminating the view of the golf course or any part thereof. At least three of the non-resident homeowners are flying in to participate in our request for relief before the town council on Monday,November 5. They are Farley Lozowick, Nikki St. Germaine, and Dave Durand. I will also be in attendance that evening and all of us are expecting to be heard. As stated above our protest centers on the following points: *we received no notice of the construction plans, *we were not involved or consulted during the design process, *the notices of the hearings did not disclose that the golf course design and approval were being considered,and *our property values will be severely affected by the present design. It is our hope that the architectural plans for the golf course will be redesigned as to Fairway#5 in light of our many concerns. We appreciate being granted the opportunity to be heard on such short notice and would expect your careful consideration of the matters raised herein. Yours very truly, \ Gt ./"1 i Dt v-t97 0-i-e> /�, Ifaul G. Darrough, Jr. PDGJR/dd C: Farley Lozowick Nikki St. Germaine Dave Durand Greg Poshman /O '000 I affix ldx�1 cs! SNOWMASS VILGE Community Development Department Building (,ltionTail •Natural Resource Management •Planning Record of Decision Zoning Plan Review Snowmass Club Associates, LLC (the "Applicant') has applied for a zoning plan review, pursuant to Section 16A-5-270 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code ("Code"), in order to allow the stripping of existing vegetation and grading of the new golf course involving 186 acres, as described within the Snowmass Club Phase II Preliminary PUD submission documents and the zoning plan application, as outlined below and on file in the Snowmass Village Community Development Department (the "CDD"). The requested work involves: 1. Installation of temporary erosion control improvements in accordance with the Stormwater Management Plan. 2. Stripping existing turf in stages as needed for grading work. 3. Stripping and stockpiling usable topsoil. 4. Rough grading of the site, installation of drainage and irrigation systems and then placing topsoil over all disturbed areas. 5. Finish grading and shaping the course revegetation and completion of longterm stormwater management measures. Town Council Resolution No. 36, Series of 2001, approved the Snowmass Club Phase II Preliminary PUD and granted authorization for the Applicant to prepare and submit their Final PUD application. Town Council Ordinance No. 22, Series of 2001 ("Ordinance 22"), permitted the Applicant to submit this Zoning Plan application and obtain necessary approvals in order to commence reconstruction of the Snowmass Club golf course. In accordance with the provisions of Section 16A-5-270 of the Code, the Town Planning Director is given the authority to grant approval for a zoning plan review application that complies with the standards of this section. After evaluation, the Town Planning Director has found the request to be generally consistent with the applicable review standards. Specifically, it was found that: 1. The zoning plan complies with the applicable standards of the Land Use and Development Code, including but not limited to, the Development Evaluation Standards. 000� r P.O.BOX 5010 • SNOWMASS VILLAGE.COLORADO 81615 P9user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Snowmass Club Phase II\361i4}1E4h9lS`n3es5CriN'G817bcWie46b.do€lanraaios% com • "w ,tosv com 2. The zoning plan complies with the applicable terms and conditions imposed by the Town from prior approvals granted to the property, including the original Snowmass Club PUD as it pertained to the construction of an eighteen (18) hole golf course within Parcel 10. This zoning plan review, permitting the stripping of existing vegetation and grading of the new golf course involving 186 acres, as described within the Snowmass Club Phase II Preliminary PUD submission documents and the zoning plan application, is hereby granted on this 18th day of October, 2001, subject to the following conditions. Conditions of Approval 1 . During the ski season, haul trucks will not be operating except between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. All heavy equipment will be limited to no earlier than 7:30 am for warm-up and may not commence operations before 8:00 am. 2. Construction and/or project management issues may arise or problems may occur'during construction that could not have been reasonably anticipated at the time this permit was issued or that were not sufficiently addressed within this application. The Town planning director has the authority, pursuant to Ordinance 22, to amend the Construction or Site Management plans as reasonably necessary to resolve the issue or problem. 3. Should disagreements occur or issues arise concerning the terms and conditions of this ordinance that cannot be resolved at the staff level, the Applicant may appeal the planning director's decision to the Town Council for final determination if said appeal is filed in writing with the CDD within five (5) business days of the decision. 4. The Applicant must prevent soils from being tracked onto the Town roadways and shall promptly wash or sweep the roadway should it become dirty as a result of the dirt hauling activities of the Applicant. This may include portions of Snowmass Club Circle, Highline and Brush Creek Roads where dirt may spill out along the curves or at intersections. Mud racks (a short stretch of clean gravel fill) will be placed at the Project exit points to aid in removing mud and dirt from truck tires prior to entering Town roadways. 5. Commencing work prior to Final PUD approval, regardless of any such permit issuance by the Town pursuant to this ordinance, may only be exercised at the Applicant's own risk and amendments to the permit(s) may be necessary to respond to conditions of the Final PUD approval. 007 Z PAuser\cconrad\MS Word Docs\S$noWm255 Club Phase II\zonePermit SmassClub Golf Course ROD.doc 6. No work is to occur within jurisdictional wetlands without the necessary permits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 7. The Applicant shall provide a written improvements agreement with the Final PUD application to ensure that the golf course improvements described within this permit will be completed within a reasonable time frame not to exceed two (2) years from the date of this approval. Said agreement shall include a satisfactory pledge of security and be in a form acceptable to the Town attorney. 8. The Applicant shall provide the CDD a written report from their certified erosion control expert, Dave Wiegand, following each occasion he inspects the site monthly and after each heavy rainfall event, whichever occurs first. An inspection and report will be required prior to November 15 specifically addressing whether all necessary interim erosion control facilities are in place prior to snowfall as will be needed at the time of initial Spring melting. Weekly reports, either written or by meeting with the Town planning director, shall be provided by the project superintendent, Ron Ullery, or designee, describing the manner and means by which the Applicant is ensuring necessary oversight and implementation of interim erosion, stream water quality and fugitive dust control during the course of construction. 9. Any requirements of the Snowmass Wildcat Fire District regarding environmental safeguards pertaining to chemical, fuel or oil storage must be satisfied and shall be considered conditions of this permit. Chris C. Conrad, Planning Director P:\user\cconraMMS Word Docs\Snowmass Club Phase II\ZonePermit SmassClub Golf Course ROD.doc ♦ N..•,,.r t �'T.'! FYI ��• I 11 V f e,7 r y 'd "rSr+ �' r �ru 4 iL.w.•y;.; j/ % +�,7}lr't`I., �,'+c�\ 1 rte fr.i4 �•G-f'L�•i \' 1 Y71A K 'r.� ql•.N A 1 i.`T �„F;rl r �r V'H. .n... Pb••�, .[.rla..•...fA LS Mw_�T ` y�9r�� "- -�1�;J��i/Rr•.. r� +•7�V��.V/.j1 .�M�rrAti 4� rv�'I�. `�,v +a°f i'.�('�ij�.�Nl�/7�;�,rFY� C,� +yJ. . rajK•vJ.rr�� r., f•..' a'ny�•��"`.fir;.. yi :tea;:' •m,r Paul G. Darrough, Jr. P.O. Box 6086 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (970) 923.5669 October 30,2001 Honorable Michael T. Manchester Mayor of the Town of Snowmass Village 0016 Kearns Road P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 RE: Protest to golf course construction that adversely affects Fairway Drive Homeowners adjacent to golf course Dear Mayor Manchester: Twenty years ago my two-story house at 193 Fairway Drive(Lot 7)was completed. Upon completion,Bill and Judy Burwell rented the house for three years. My wife and I then moved to Snowmass and have been permanent residents of the Village since 1984. The beautiful view of the golf course and the 12`b fairway in particular were the reasons for my purchase of lot 7 and the subsequent building of a house thereon. We could observe the men's and women's tees, most of the entire green fairway, and the putting greens. Our view is now limited to a monstrous berm on the east side of the fairway adjacent to Fairway Drive. We will be unable to see the fairway or golfers because the old fairway has been substantially lowered and the berm raised to at least 15 to 18 feet above the natural terrain. This situation will adversely affect property values of all homes on Fairway Drive. None of the Fairway Drive homeowners were consulted or even notified of the golf course construction and how these plans would adversely affect our views of the course itself. In other words, we live adjacent to the golf course but we cannot see it if this design is approved in its present form. Don Schuster of the Skiing Company is in charge of the golf course construction and advised me in the presence of Judge Bill Lippman and the editor of the Snowmass Sun that the company might be willing to lower the berm two feet and no further. Two days later the berm was lowered two feet, which solved nothing, and we still have no view of the golf course. '0.—t J / The members of the Planning Commission and representatives of the Town Council also advised me that we had notice of the two hearings pertaining to the golf course and no one appeared to object to the plan. In other words, we slept on our rights and cannot now complain at this state of construction. That argument is fallacious since the notices of the two hearings did not mention that the golf course renovation and construction would be considered by the planning commission and the town council. Don Schuster further stated that many interested parties were consulted as to the location of the golf cart paths but admitted no Fairway Drive homeowner was so consulted. I would assume that homeowners adjacent to the golf course would be considered "interested parties." Five lots— six through ten of Country Club Unit One with the following street addresses: 161, 193,225,257, and 289—are the most affected by the present design of the course eliminating the view of the golf course or any part thereof. At least three of the non-resident homeowners are flying in to participate in our request for relief before the town council on Monday,November 5. They are Farley Lozowick, Nikki St. Germaine, and Dave Durand. I will also be in attendance that evening and all of us are expecting to be heard. As stated above our protest centers on the following points: *we received no notice of the construction plans, *we were not involved or consulted during the design process, *the notices of the hearings did not disclose that the golf course design and approval were being considered, and *our property values will be severely affected by the present design. It is our hope that the architectural plans for the golf course will be redesigned as to Fairway#5 in light of our many concerns. We appreciate being granted the opportunity to be heard on such short notice and would expect your careful consideration of the matters raised herein. Yours very truly Paul G. Darrough,Jr. PDGJR/dd C: Farley Lozowick Nikki St. Germaine Dave Durand Greg Poshman 00e// / Paul G. Darrough, Jr. P.O. Box 6086 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (970) 923-5669 October 30, 2001 Snowmass Homeowners Association P.O. Box 5670 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attn: Donna Aiken, Executive Director RE: Protest to the golf course design and construction, which adversely affects Fairway Drive homeowners Gentlemen: Ten days ago I was advised by Don Schuster, Vice-President of Real Estate for Aspen Skiing Co.,that the monstrous berms and mounds adjacent to all Fairway Drive homeowners (old fairway #12 and new fairway 45)will be permanent and not a temporary storage of dirt. As a result of this dirt-moving project now underway, at least five (5) homeowners on Fairway Drive will be unable to see the golf course or any part thereof such as tees, fairways, greens and the golfers. It is obvious that the elimination of views of these homeowners is of no concern to the Snowmass Club or the Aspen Skiing Company. We have received no notice of the Planning Commission and Town Council hearings that were held for the specific purpose to examine, review and approve of the new golf course design and plan. Notice of the hearings made no mention of the fact that the golf course design would be considered. We are not mind readers. The Town Council has granted to us and to other interested citizens the opportunity to protest the design of the golf course as it directly effects the homeowners living adjacent thereto. The council meeting will be held on Monday,November 5, 2001 at or about 5:45PM. We suggest that all members of the Board of Directors be notified of our complaint and that some or all attend this council meeting and give direct support to our concerns. / l /07 A copy of the letter of Farley Lozowick to Chris Conrad dated October 22, 2001 and a special notice hand delivered to all Fairway Drive homes on Sunday, October 28, 2001 are enclosed. Your prompt assistance and support in this important matter would be appreciated. Yours very truly, Paul G. Darrough,Jr. 193 Fairway Drive PGDJr./ing CC: Fairway Drive Homeowners Farley Lozowick Nikki St.Germain Dave Durand Greg Poshman Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 Page 1 October 22, 2001 Mr. Chris Conrad Director of Planning Township of Snowmass Village P.O. 5010 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Mr. Conrad: I own property at 33 Fairway Drive and at 161 Fairway Drive, Snowmass Village, CO. It has been brought to my attention that the Snowmass Club has proceeded with the redevelopment of the golf course adjacent to my property. I must first say that I was never contacted in any way regarding this development. After speaking with my neighbor, I was advised that a new tall berm has been constructed to the west of my property obstructing valuable views from my home and yard. There are many homes with this similar condition. I have spoken with Mr. Don Schuster, Vice President of Real Estate of the Snowmass Club, and he has subsequently faxed to me a topography of the new design along with a notice that was presumably sent to all adjacent property owners. This notice, that I now have, specifically states the Snowmass Club is requesting"the condominiumization of 21 multi-family unit into 1/8 share time shares via a subdivision exemption." There is no mention of golf course redevelopment on this mailing. The only mention of a golf course redevelopment is on an affidavit of posting notice for posting of 2 signs. Just 2 signs. Absolutely no notification was mailed regarding this golf course redesign. This appears to have been intentionally slipped by everyone. There are many out of area homeowners, including myself, which should have to be notified of this additional request. This major request of the golf course redevelopment should have been clearly noted to all property owners, whether permanent resident or not. Even if a particular property isn't directly affected by the restricted views, all homes will all be affected by the property values along Fairway Drive going down, thus resulting in their property value also going down. . r9 . October 22, 2001 Page 2 IsAr. Chris Conrad The topography of the revised golf course, which Mr. Schuster faxed to me, depicts berms of up to 15 Feet High, above the natural terrain. This berm will block precious views to the west from many homes on Fairway Drive. In addition to the berm blocking the views, the design of the fairway adjacent to all of the properties along Fairway Drive is in a hole. A deep canyon which is 10 to 15 feet below the linear berm. You will no longer see this fairway at all, except if you are a bird. The everlasting fairway views will no longer be. It is quite ironic that when the Snowmass Club places you on telephone hold, they strongly advertise of how their newly remodeled suites have "unobstructed views." Views are what the homeowners purchased when buying their very expensive properties on Fairway Drive. They bought these homes to see the golf fairway on"Fairway Drive." In addition, my home, at 161 Fairway Drive, as well as others, are restricted to a maximum single story structure to allow for views from the east side of Fairway Drive. One additional small comment: Even though I am an architect, and do not play much golf, in viewing this partial topography of the golf course, I also noticed that the golf cart path is between the Fairway Drive properties and the berm. After driving your golf ball, and getting into your cart, I ask how can one see where he hit his/her ball with the berm blocking their view? Views are extremely important and valuable! At this point, I object to the entire project that Snowmass Club has commenced with and demand all work ceases until you obtain approvals from all property owners on Fairway Drive. Please notify me immediately as to your direction. All property owners on Fairway Drive and Beaver Court shall be copied on this letter. Will all properties surrounding the golf course also be adversely affected as we are on Fairway Drive? yW S;incer y, eozowic ^ Cc: Mr. Don Schuster 1 Q ' { Webnestl6J?'Cletb6er 2$ 2a0/ +The i1'spen't;ness S Resident says new golf course slices view in Snowmass By Br antGardner•Smith gonna do with the Snowmass Aspen Times Staff Writer . Club,"Darrough said."I'd'never Large earthmoving. machines thought I'd see the company have`begun to re-contour the. being that arrogant" Snowmass Club golf course.But While Darrough had seen the not everyone is happy with what new layout of the golf course, he they can see, or not see; so far. had not seen a grading plan.And "We used to be able to look, .he-had no idea the new course out our deck and see three holes would limit his view. of golf, and we really loved the "Maps at the Snowmass Club view," said Paul Darrough, who show the layout, but it*didn't lives at 193 Fairway Drive show us that berm;,he said.. alongside the golf course. "Now Schuster said he has melt with we Can't see anything." many of the homeowners associ- Darrough is upset with a 15- ations in the residential areas that foot high berm that has been ring the course and is working shaped in front-of his house as with some to adjust elements of part of the new golf course. the new course such as cart The new course was designed paths. by Jim Engh of the James J. But he did not meet with the Engh Golf Design Group in Cas- individual homeowners along tle Rock, Colo. Engh's course 'Fairway Drive, which is just.off designs are known for their deep , of Owl Creek Road near the Two contours, which add character to Creeks base area. the holes. Darrough is now .taking his And-the earthmovers now on complaint to the Snowmass Vil- the course will be moving lige Town Council, which has 550,000 cubic yards of dirt to not yet granted the Snowmass create a more challenging course Club final,technical approval for . in Snowmass Village. the project.' But the berm in front of Dar- The course has been given rough's house has prompted him approval for what's known as to seek 'a change in the course "sketch" and "preliminary" lev- design. He met Tuesday with els of the project, which encom- Don Schuster, the vice president . pass a broader,level of.approval of real estate for the Aspen Ski- than the labels infer, but there is ing Co., which is overseeing the still one formal step to go. development of the new course. And the council did not "We are going to drop the top review in detail the grading plan of the berm about three feet," for the newcourse. said Schuster after the,meeting. "The grading plan was Yet he doubted that was going to reviewed more substantially by /� 1 be enough to satisfy Darrough, the planning commission, 0,00-said /f� who wants the same view he's T. Michael Manchester, the enjoyed for 20 years. "I don't mayor of Snowmass Village. "If think Mr.Darrough is going to be the homeowner had come in at ' ` happy." the 'two earlier stages of the Schuster may be right. process,we certainly would have . "I've done all the talking I'm looked into his issue" PAGE 2 OCTOBER 24-30, 2001 SNOWMASS VILLAGE SUN Golf course berm has neighbors swinging mad g g g By Madeleine Osberger to impact the property values." Lippman feet high."I know this grade like the back the Snowmass Lodge was demolished Sun Staff Writer later added, "this height (of the berm) is of my hand," Darrough said. He.main- before the final PUD was issued. Golf balls have smashed through the : unacceptable" tained that the dirt wall was in excess of This time around a zoning permit windows of Paul Darrough's home at least The homeowners said they weren't 10 feet. issued by the town on Oct. 18 states that it 10 times since he's resided on Fairway offered the opportunity to review draw- Schuster said he was"in the process of permits `the stripping of existing vegeta- Drive. But Darrough doesn't mind. In ings prior to the earthmoving, which working with a contractor to bring those tion and grading of the new golf course w fact,he's distressed that a new berm[hat's began in earnest after the Snowmass down a couple of feet. We'll work with involving 186 acres as described within been created through golf course con- Village Town Council gave preliminary that and be as reasonable with the accom- the Snowmass Club Phase II Preliminary struction shields his home from the approval last month to the golf course modation as I can. I talked to some of PUD submission documents' course. redevelopment and construction of 21 (Darrough's) neighbors and sent them But the developer is also taking a gam- Darrough and at least four other home- new time share units. grading plans." ble. In the conditions of approval attached owners in Country Club Estates are band- Don Schuster, Vice President of Real The Snowmass Club was the benefici- to the zoning plan review the language ing together to protest a new, approxi- Estate Development for the Skico, said ary of a town council ordinance stating it states, "commencing work prior to Final mately 10-foot berm that some believe Monday, "these drawings were public could commence work on golf course PUD approval, regardless of any such will not only block their view of the records and part of the review process." reconstruction prior to submitting a final permit issuance by the Town pursuant to golfers and the landscape, but will dam- Yet Darrough is among the homeown- PUD plan for Phase 11 redevelopment. this ordinance, may only be exercised at age their property values, as well. ers who don't believe they were properly This, in spite of the fact that town code the Applicant's own risk.' "I'm on the golf course but I can't see a informed as to the extent of earth moving. states that permits should not be issued And when the final PUD application golfer," Darrough said Monday from the "The only thing they told me was it's until final approvah-However, the devel- comes before the Snowmass Village deck of his Fairway Drive home, as he going to go uphill instead of downhill," oper provided—a sound rationale for start- Town Council this winter, "council will looked upon the club's new 5th hole. Darrough said. ing early—that by beginning this fall, the be reviewing the detailed grading plan," Neighbor Bill Lippman, who said he golf course would be shuttered just one, said town planning director Chri; was representing homeowner Dave .Higher than advertised rather than two, summer seasons. This Conrad,who added that the homeowner Durand(whose views also are affected by Darrough also disputes project manag- isn't the first time the Club has proceeded stated concerns will be included in li- the berm), said, "This is definitely going er Al Ogren's estimate that the berm is 10 before securing final approval: in Phase 1, final PUD. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING DATE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2001 LOCATION: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KEARNS ROAD 2ND FLOOR SNOWMASS CENTER BUILDING REASON: TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: RESOLUTION 36, SERIES 2001, (APPROVING/DENYING) THE PRELIMINARY PLAN PUD AMENDMENT FOR THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL, INCLUDING THE CONDOMINIUMIZATION OF 21 MULTI-FAMILY UNIT INTO 1/8 SHARE TIMESHARES VIA A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION. TIME: AT A MEETING, WHICH BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE HEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: TELEPHONE: 923-3777 INTERNET ACCESS TO COUNCIL E-MAIL: http://www.tosv.com CITIZEN FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 922-6727 Rhonda B. Coxon, Deputy Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Glenwood Post on August 17, 2001 C� 1� uJ'_'-a- ms`µ~, , `."-E' Z,-- . zoal clerk @tosv.com X23 CERTIFICATION OF MAILING COUNTY OF PITKIN ) ) ss. STATE OF COLORADO ) I do hereby certify that I have mailed by U.S. Mail, first-class postage prepaid, a copy of the Notice of Public Hearing to (adjacent property owners to the subject property) or (property owners within 300 feet of the subject property) (delete where appropriate as pursuant to the submission requirements) at the addresses described on the attached list. A copy of the Notice is also attached hereto. Date: vJl� � � 4u --t-1 Ac va G curTom/ ( ti , .! v( ��(, ><�ti4� Signature 3'✓ J 10 Name ar r- — ' Address v/Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of by �ot,n 11 MY COIv A!SSION EXPIRES: to 1;)1104 &, Notary ublic n "A 2 Y I(I � �Ip� 11+�d,&4 6 9103 Address AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING COUNTY OF PITKIN ) ss. STATE OF COLORADO ) I do hereby certify that on, August 27. 2001, 1 posted a sign noticing the Public Hearing for the land use application described below in accordance with Section 16A-5-60 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code and photographed it following installation. A print of the photograph is attached hereto. Parcel Location: One sign posted on Parcel 10, Snowmass Club Subdivision and one sign posted on Lot 1, Snowmass Club PUD. Describe Application: Preliminary Plan review of the Snowmass Club Phase H PUD Amendment involving improvements to Lot 8, Filing no. 4, Parcel 3 and Lot 1, Snowmass Club PUD including the Condorruniumization of the proposed 21 multi-Family housing units into timeshares via subdivision Exemption. Together with improvements to the Golf Course on Parcel 10, Snowmass Club Subdivision. (NAM) rinted) � (TITLE) 5 - (SIGNATURE) 11 (DATE) (e 21 OF—�c��GttS (ADDRESS) Witness myy hand and official seal this 2SA day of ,2001. ld rubirCAA V!aViv Notary/Public (NAME) (SIG TURE) My commission expires: L9 1,0 4 P:\PormsW fl ida%,It0osting Opp 7 SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PUBLIC HEARING DATE TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II PRELIM- INARY PLAN, INCLUDING THE: CONDOM INIMIZATION OF THE PROPOSED 21 MULTI-FAMILY UNITS INTO TIMESHARES VIA A SUBDIVISION EXEMP- TION, IS SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 8, 2001 BEFORE THE TOWN'S PLAN- NING COMMISSION. THE PUBLIC HEARING IS SCHEDULED AS FOLLOWS: WHEN: August 8, 2001 TIME: During a meeting which begins at 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road WHY:To receive final public comment regarding the Snowmass Club Phase 11 f Preliminary Plan P.U.D. submission, involving Lot 8, Filing No. 4, Parcel 3, the Snowmass Club Subdivision as recorded in Book 14 at Page 7 in the Pitkin County Records; together with, Lot 1, the Snowmass Club P.U.D. as recorded in Plat Book 52 at Page 79 in the Pitkin County records; Together with, Parcel 10, the Snowmass Club Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 9 at Page 32 in the Pitkin County records. The submission also involves a request to condom iniumim the proposed 21 multi-family units into timeshares via a subdivision exemption. INFO: Contact the Snowmass Village Planning Department at 923-5524 for additional Information. Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on July 4, 2001 fli: v. =17 k,...�.- .YY. Ab CERTIFICATION OF MAILING COUNTY OF PITKIN ) ) ss. STATE OF COLORADO ) I do hereby certify that I have mailed by U.S. Mail, first-class postage prepaid, a copy of the Notice of Public Hearing to (adjacent property owners to the subject property) or (property owners within 300 feet of the subject property) (delete where appropriate as pursuant to the submission requirements) at the addresses described on the attached list. A copy of the Notice is also attached hereto. Date: y L Sig a re Name Address Subscribed and sworn to before me this l day of J/a & 19—, by I MY COMMISSION E7TIRES: Y- C ,,N�tary Public J �:.. Address LL C Vin% -1 c, _-.,e a 1'.:a. / G.. 7•� c.. AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING COUNTY OF PITKIN ) ss. STATE OF COLORADO ) I do hereby certify that on, July 12, 2001, I posted a sign noticing the Public Hearing for the land use application described below in accordance with Section 16A-5-60 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code and photographed it following installation. A print of the photograph is attached hereto. Parcel Location: Two signs posted at separate locations on Parcel 10, Snowmass Club Subdivision and one sign posted on Lot 1, Snowmass Club PUD. Describe Application: Preliminary Plan review of the Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Amendment involving improvements to Lot S, Filing no. 4, Parcel 3 and Lot 1, Snowmass Club PUD including the Condominiumization of the proposed 21 multi-Family housing units into timeshares via subdivision Exemption. Together with improvements to the Golf Course on Parcel 10, Snowmass Club Subdivision. (USIATURE)NAME—Printed) (TITLE) (DATE) Q 2-f7 (ADDRESS) Witness my hand and official seal this day of 200L. Notary Public(NAME) (SIGNATURE) My commission expires: -3 -/,i - r_ P:`.ISnnu�Atlidmiallosling w^) d 1 $ / TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meetin Date: November 5, 2001 Agenda Item: Funding Request Presented By: Nanette Mosiman Core Issues: ❑ Town Council reviews personal grant requests rather than the Citizen's Grant Review Board. ❑ 2002 Proposed Budget for General Donations is $2000. General Info: Attached is information from Christian Mosiman requesting a grant of$1,500 to help defray travel expenses for upcoming competitions this winter. Nan Mosiman will be representing Christian, since he is attending school in Boulder. Council Options: Approve, Amend or Deny. Staff Staff recommends a $1,000 grant award to be paid in March Recommendation: of 2002. too Mosey Christian Carl Mosiman P.O. Box 5880 • Snowmass village, CO 81615 (970) 923-3917 • mosey @nutshellreview.com November 1, 2001 Mayor Michael Manchester Councilman Doug Mercatoris Councilman Arnie Mordkin Councilman Bob Purvis Councilman Dick Virtue Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Mayor Manchester and Councilmen, Once again it is time to renew my funding request to you in order to advance my competitive snowboarding career during the 2001-2002 winter season. I would again like to ask you for $1,500 to help defray the costs of national and international travel during the coming months. Thank you for considering my request. My parents will be representing me at your meeting because I am in the midst of fall semester of my sophomore year at the University of Colorado in Boulder. I plan to complete this semester of college and then return to Snowmass Village in December to begin training for the coming season. I plan to enroll in CU Internet classes during the winter in order to continue my college education.' For council members who are unfamiliar with me, the Snowmass Town Council has donated $1,500 to me for the past two years in recognition of the fact that I am one of the only representatives in Snowmass Village at this level of snowboarding in the United States and the world. I'd like to bring you up-to-date on my 2000-2001 season. The 2000-2001 season was an important season in my professional career. I was again selected to the Junior World Team, making it the fourth year in a row. I was able to travel to Sappada, Italy, to compete in the Junior World Championships, in which I placed 3`d in the Boardercross. Other season highlights came at the US Open, commonly recognized as the biggest competition of the year, where I placed 15th in the Boardercross. I attended all three of the US Snowboard Grand Prix competitions, and placed 20 in the Final held at Sunday River Resort, Maine. I have listed below my various highlight finishes and rankings. • ISF Junior World Championships: Sappada, Italy-3`d BX / • US Open: Stratton, Vermont-15"' BX 3a • American Snowboard Tour: Big Bear, California-6th BX Town of Snowmass Village Town Council September 14, 2000 Page 2 • US Snowboard Grand Prix: Sunday River, Maine-24°i BX • Current US Ranking: 12 • Current World Ranking: 51 • Highest World Ranking during '00-'01 season: 24 My goal continues to take snowboarding to as high a professional level as possible. I also look forward to trying out for the 2006 Olympic Games. 1 consider myself an ambassador for the sport of snowboarding and the Town of Snowmass Village. My parents will attend the November 5 meeting to answer any questions you may have about my request. Without financial aid, it would be impossible for me to continue my snowboarding career. Unlike many families in the area, my family does not have an unlimited supply of money! Therefore, ' any financial aid possible would be a great help to me. In the past, the Town of Snowmass Village has generously supported other serious athletes such as David Gensch, Travis McClain, and Quincy Kimbrell in their competitive endeavors. I hope you will continue this tradition by supporting my Olympic aspirations. Sincerely, /VI Christian "Mosey" Moshman . 31 ' Mosey R6s=6 1 Christian `Mosey' Mosiman Boardercross Racer P.O. Box 5880 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 970/923-3417 970/923-8210 (FAX) 970/379-6820 (Cell) mosey na mutshellreview.com Aspen Valley Snowboard Team Member since 1993 . ISF Junior National Team Member from 1997 to 2001 . 2000-2001 Season • Boardercross World ranking as of 8 . 1 . 01 : 51 • Highest world ranking during 00' -01' season: 24 • Current US ranking: 12 WWW. snowboardranking. com Notable Results from the 00' -01' Season ISF Junior World Championships-Sappada, Italy • BX: 3rd US Open-Stratton Mountain, Vermont • BX: 15' American Snowboard Tour-Snow Summit, California • BX: 6' US Snowboard Grand Prix-Sunday River, Maine • BX: 24' Vans Triple Crown-Sierra at Tahoe, California • BX: 46th Other Results from the 00' -01' Season Vans Triple Crown BX • Breckenridge: 81't • Snow Summit: Slot Swatch Motorola ISF World Tour • Buttermilk: Slot • Laax Finals : 60th 3 � ' Mosey Resume 2 Goals As a young athlete, there is constant pressure to succeed in order to prove that you are more than just an "up and coming" rider. Therefore, after some success last season, I feel that I need to set lofty yet attainable goals in order to keep improving and succeeding . My goals for the upcoming season are as follow: 2001-2002 goals : • Finish in the top 12 at every ISF World Tour Event in which I compete . • Qualify for the' X-Games which will be held at my home mountain in Aspen. • Climb to the top 20 in the ISF world rankings and remain there throughout the season. • Continue to gain consistency, and progress in my riding in all areas of snowboarding. Long-term goals : • For as long as I can remember, it has been my dream to compete in the Olympics. One of my long-term goals is to promote boardercross so that one day it will become an Olympic sport . • Climb to the number 1 spot in the ISF world rankings . • Stay injury free, and have a long and successful career. Additional Information • Extensive training from Kevin Nemec, Ben Hall, JNT Head Coach Mike Mallon, Ross Hindeman, Mike Bell, US Snowboard Team coaches Jan Wengelin and Nick Smith. • Media Exposure: All ISF World Tour Events are covered by international networks such as ESPN and OLN. Other coverage : Snowboard Life Magazine, Aspen Daily News newspaper, Aspen Times newspaper, Snowmass Sun newspaper, Grass Roots Television, ABC Television station on Good Morning America, Nastar Brochure, Obermeyer catalogs, Snow Country and Skiing Magazine, TCI commercial, only snowboarder shown on Aspen Valley Ski Club commercial . • Obermeyer Team Athlete—www. obermeyer. com • Smith Sport Optics sponsored athlete—www. smithsport . com • Burton Regional Rider—www. burton. com • D&E Snowboard Shop sponsored rider—www. desnowboardshop. com OOOV 3 P-' Mosey Resume 3 1999-2000 Season : USASA National Championships • 1st overall • 1st slalom • 4 th BX ISF Junior World Championships • 5th GS • 11th BX • Top American finisher in both events World Cup--Park City, Utah • 19th BX • 24th GS Swatch Boardercross-Snowmass • 27th Previous Seasons Finishes and Information 98-99 Season : ISF Rankings : U . S . Ranking World Ranking overall 4 17 Slalom 1 74 Giant Slalom 19 244 Boardercross 33 339 Competitions Attended: • 13 regional competitions in the highly competitive Rocky Mountain Division . • Two Grand Prix events • Two AST events • U . S. open in Stratton, VT • USASA Nationals in Telluride, CC • Junior Worlds in Telluride, Co Highlights: • Five age-group or overall regional wins; six other podium finishes (all disciplines ) • Snowmass AST GS : Sixth Place • USASA Nationals Slalom: First Place 3/1 / � Mosey R6s=6 4 • USASA Nationals Giant Slalom: Eleventh Place • Junior Worlds Slalom: Ninth Place ( Fourth fastest qualifying time) • Junior Worlds Boardercross : Fourth Place • Attended invitation-only USSA Junior National Team Training Camp, June, 1998 in Mammoth, CA and June 1999 in Mt . Bachelor, OR. • Invited to US Snowboard Team Camp in September 1999 . 97-98 season Butterfinger-Rocky Mountain Snowboard Series : • Steamboat Slalom lst place • Steamboat GS 1st place • Beaver Creek Slalom lst place • Keystone Halfpipe 8th place • Snowmass Slalom lst place • Snowmass Halfpipe 9th place • Winter Park American Snowboard Tour Pro Event 27th place • Bud Light Grand Prix Olympic Qualifier at Mt . Bachelor, Oregon 90th place • Buttermilk GS 6th place (2nd run-fastest time of the day) • Steamboat Halfpipe 7th place • Keystone GS lst place • Vail Slopestyle 8th place ISF Junior World Championships, Grindelwald, Switzerland: • Slalom 22nd place USASA National Championships • GS 2nd place • Slalom 2nd place • Alpine overall lst place 96-97 season • Mountain Dew-Rocky Mountain Snowboard Series: • Copper Mountain GS 1st place 12/21/96 • Butterfinger-Vail Mountain Night Halfpipe 9th place 12/21/96 • Copper Mountain Slopestyle 8th place 12/22/96 • Copper Mountain Slalom 1st place 1/9/97 • Butterfinger-Vail Mountain Halfpipe 7th place • Snowmass Slalom 1st overall 1/12/97 • Copper Mountain GS 1st place 1/16/97 • Copper Mountain Slopestyle 8th place 1/19/97 • Snowmass Halfpipe 10th place 1/26/97 • Copper Mountain GS lst Place 2/8/97 • Copper Mountain GS lst place 2/9/97 / Mosey Resume 5 • Copper Mountain Slalom 1st place 2/22/97 • Western US USSA Regionals in Jackson Hole, Wyoming 3/1-4/97 : • Slalom 5th place • GS 1st place • Halfpipe 6th place • Freestyle-Alpine Combined 1st place • USASA National Championships in Big Bear, California 3/25-30/97 : • Slalom 2nd place • GS 3rd place • Alpine Overall 2nd place • Halfpipe 23rd place • Slopestyle 26th place • Overall Combined 4th place 95-96 season • Vail Halfpipe 8th place • Copper Mountain GS 2nd place • Buttermilk Slopestyle 7th place • Copper Mountain slalom 3rd place • Copper Mountain slalom 3rd place • Vail Slopestyle 6th place • Snowmass slalom 1st place • Snowmass Halfpipe 7th place • Copper Mountain GS 1st place • Buttermilk Slopestyle 7th place • Vail Halfpipe 6th place • USASA National Championships 6th place overall 1994-1995 season • Steamboat slalom 2nd place • Winter Park slalom 2nd place • Winter Park GS 1st place • Copper Mountain GS 3rd place • Monarch GS 1st place • Monarch GS 2nd place • Snowmass Halfpipe 2nd place • USASA national championships GS 2nd place • USASA national championships slalom 3rd place • USASA national championships Halfpipe 12th place • USASA national championships Slopestyle 12th place • USASA national championships alpine overall 2nd place • USASA national championships freestyle-alpine combined 3rd place 1993-1994 season S Mosey R6sum6 6 • Rocky Mountain Snowboard Series • Monarch slalom 3rd place • Monarch GS 2nd place • Vail Slalom 3rd place • Vail GS 2nd place • Aspen GS 2nd place 3 � � TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Note: Shaded portion represents the item to be considered under the affected tab in the Council packet Meeting Date: November 5, 2001 agenda item: Public Hearing and Second Reading- Ordinance No. 24, Series of 2001; Minor PUD Amendment for Brush Creek Offices (Offices at Snowmass; And Resolution No. 43 Series of 2001: Subdivision Exemption for Brush Creek Offices (Offices at Snowmass) Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core issues: Following a review of the core issues on October 15, 2001; primarily focusing on floor area calculations, floor area usage ands restrlctlonsai�, modifications to the ermitted use list, architecture, Consent fro„r , . adjacent owner, cha"It”" concerning notice to adjaeo�nt owner"' use' changes, and the ro?d easement, concerning the MtporfP0. .:, Amendment to the ffices,at Snowmass, the first readttlg of they h ordinance was'apjir,ved3-Q �,. •r, r ;` a.� -. The resolution concerning the subdivision exemption for Brush Creek Offices (Offices at Snowmass) was tabled on October 15, 2001, as recommended by staff, to this meeting so that the resolution and the ordinance could be acted upon on and finalized concurrently. General Info: Attached is a copy of the edited version of Ordinance No. 24, Series of 2001, as amended per the discussion at the last Town Council meeting on October 15, 200, . Attached to the ordinance araithe exhibits,which generally describe t ie proposal, These exhibits include a revised list 4 land use and develdpriment standards, the existing parking plan;tile, proposed parking plan,the subdivision exemption illustration, a parkmg . plan showing Condit on items whic,b may be installed iri the futore, r building elevations,floor plans, and the executed a&bhange 9 reemdl5t= between the applicant and the adjacent owner: Also attached is another copy of Resolution No. 43, Series of 2001, for the subdivision exemption. There were no changes to this resolution after the review of it at the last Town Council meeting on October 15, 2001. The exhibits attached to this resolution include a legal description, the subdivision exemption illustration, letters of consent from the applicant/owner and the adjacent owner, and the executed exchange agreement. council options: For Ordinance No. 24 Series of 2001+ 1. Approve the Second reading of the ordinance, o , ,F Y. 2. AppPOVe sewn reading of the ordinance with modifications an nr " further conditionsr =>t r 3. Deny the second reading ottheordinanoe;�or 4. Table the it for further discus,aon or review \\NT SERVER\BLD_PLN\user\jw\ORices at Snowmass\TC Communique 11-05-01.doc. / 1 For Resolution No. 43. Series of 2001: 1. Approve the resolution; or 2. Approve the resolution with modifications; or 3. Deny the resolution; or 4. Table the item for further discussion or review. Staff Staff recommends,that the Town Council approve the second reading of Recommendation: the ordinance for`the Minor PUD Amendment and the resolution for the subdivision exemption. • 3 \\NT_SERVER\BLD_PLN\user\jw\Offices at Snowmass\TC Communique 11-05-Ot.doc 2 I TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2 TOWN COUNCIL 3 ORDINANCE NO. 24 4 SERIES OF 2001 5 6 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE MINOR PUD AMENDMENT FOR THE BRUSH 7 CREEK OFFICES (OFFICES AT SNOWMASS) SPECIALLY PLANNED AREA LAND 8 USE PLAN AND PERMITTING DECK ENCLOSURES AND ARCHITECTURAL 9 DESIGN CHANGES ON THE SECOND LEVEL OF THE BUILDING. SAID 10 APPLICATION ALSO INCLUDES A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION TO ADJUST >> PROPERTY LINES ON THE EAST AND WEST SIDES OF THE PROPERTY WHICH 12 INVOLVES LOCATION OF NEW PARKING AREAS ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE 13 PROPERTY. 14 15 WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 19, Series of 1988 ("Ordinance 19") granted Stage II 16 Land Use Plan approval for the Brush Creek Office Building located within the SPA-1 Specially Planned Area zone district; and 18 19 WHEREAS, said ordinance specified the intended land use and development 20 parameters for that building, as described within Exhibit A of that ordinance. Such 21 parameters specified a gross square footage of 11,050 square feet, including a 22 minimum 755 square foot garage and 800 square feet of storage space. The initial 23 parking requirement was 41 spaces with a condition that Council could require four 24 additional spaces within five years; and 25 26 WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 29, Series of 1989, proposed the amendment of the 27 Construction Management Plan of the LUP, by reducing the parking requirement to 36 28 spaces with an additional four more spaces in the future at Council's discretion. 29 However, no plans could be located and the amendment was not recorded; and 30 31 WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 07, Series of 1992, further amended the LUP by 32 clarifying and expanding the use limitations, and providing notification of, and comments 33 by, the Woodbridge Condominium Association for future changes in use. Such 34 changes also clarified the restricted uses to prohibit the storage of building materials, 35 building equipment, or construction vehicles not to include pick-up trucks; and 36 37 WHEREAS, Brush Creek Office Partnership ("BCOP"), the current landowner, 38 submitted 04- on August 1, 2001 a Minor PUD Amendment requesting approval of a 39 Minor PUD Amendment to amend the Brush Creek Offices SPA Land Use Plan to 40 permit the enclosure of the upper level roof decks, including architectural and roof 41 modifications. Said application also requests a subdivision exemption which modifies 42 the location of the east and west property lines on the property (Exhibit D), involving the 43 location of six new parking spaces (Exhibit C) per Town Council Resolution No. 43, 44 Series of 2001. The application also proposes the connection of a walkway from the 45 Woodbridge Condominium site; and 46 031 TC Ord.01-24 Page 2 of 49 47 WHEREAS, Brush Creek Office Partnership ("BCOP"), the current landowner, is 48 requesting reduction of the parking ratio from 1:235 to 1:300 as currently established 49 under the Municipal Code for commercial developments; and 50 51 WHEREAS, Brush Creek Office Partnership ("BCOP"), the current landowner, is 52 also requesting that the current upper level decks, due to their width of eight feet, be 53 included as part of the floor area versus the previously approved plans which excluded 54 the exterior decks from the floor area calculation; and 55 56 WHEREAS, a similar proposal was submitted in 1996, via processing of 57 Ordinance No. 10, Series of 1996, to increase the maximum building square footage, 58 decrease the parking ratio and delete the storage requirement. Due to opposition from 59 adjacent owners and the Planning Commission, Town Council did not take action upon 60 the ordinance; and 61 62 WHEREAS, the current floor area within the building, including the second level 63 of unenclosed deck space, is 11,810 square feet. The developed floor area is currently 64 occupied by a real estate developer, three architectural firms, a catering or food service 65 company (within the previous 800 square foot storage area), two builders, a realtor, a 66 landscaping company, and a property management company. In addition to the 11,810 67 square feet, a snow removal/maintenance company occupies the garage space of 775 68 square feet; Parking on the site currently is at 38 spaces, not including the two garage 69 spaces (Exhibit B); and 70 71 WHEREAS, such enclosure of all of the decks, which are eight feet in depth, will 72 expand the enclosed (emphasis added) square footage of floor area by 12.5%; and 73 74 WHEREAS, a public meeting was held on October 3, 2001 before the Planning 75 Commission to review the application, consider staff recommendations, and receive 76 public comment; and 77 78 WHEREAS, the Town's Planning Commission passed a resolution approving the 79 Minor PUD Amendment with conditions as outlined in Resolution No. 32, Series of 80 2001; and 81 82 WHEREAS, a public meeting and first reading of the ordinance (ivi# beAvas held) 83 was held by the Town Council on October 15 followed by a public hearing and second 84 reading of the ordinance on November 5, 2001, to review the application, consider 85 Planning Commission and staff recommendations, and receive public comment; and 86 87 WHEREAS, a required 15-day public hearing notice (wlll-beAvas) was -published in 88 the Snowmass Sun on SepteaRt9ef— October 17, 2001 concerning the Minor PUD 89 Amendment, and the applicant submitted verification that a public hearing notice was send 90 to property owners within 300 feet of property following the procedures outlined in Code 91 Sections 16A-4-560 and 16A-5-60; and 92 �O 000 TC Ord. 01.24 Page 3of49 93 WHEREAS, Town Council Resolution No. 43, Series of 2001, approved the 94 concurrent application for a subdivision exemption permitting the exchange of property 95 containing 4,629 square feet between the BCOP and the Woodbridge Condominium 96 Association; and 97 98 WHEREAS, such subdivision exemption does not require published, mailed and 99 posted notice pursuant to Section 16A-5-60 of the Code. 100 101 102 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of 103 Snowmass Village, Colorado: 104 105 Section One: Findings. The Town Council finds as follows: 106 107 1. That the application submission and public notification requirements, as specified 108 within Section 16A-5-390 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the 109 "Municipal Code"), have been satisfied. 110 111 2. Circumstances relevant to the 1988 SPA Land Use Plan established by 112 Ordinance 19 have changed or were unknown at the time of its adoption. 113 114 3. The proposal is consistent with the efficient development and preservation of the 115 entire SPA and does not affect in a substantially adverse manner either the 116 enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from the property in 117 question or the public interest. 118 119 4. The amendments will not alter the essential character of the locality, since the 120 existing uses, the changes to the permitted uses are commercial in nature and 121 the commercial character and usage of the building is not being substantially 122 changed. 123 124 5. The parking ratios per the current Municipal Code may be applied. 125 126 6. The floor area calculations per the current Municipal Code may be applied. 127 128 7. The total developed floor area 11,810 square feet, not including the 755 square 129 foot garage, of enclosed and unenclosed spaces, including the eight-foot deep 130 deck areas on the upper level, will not be increased as a result of this PUD 131 Amendment. The enclosed space will increase, but the total developed floor 132 area of 11,810 square feet will remain the same. Therefore, the Minor PUD 133 Amendment criteria, which does not permit more that a 10% increase in floor 134 area, will not be violated. 135 136 TC Ord.01-24 Page 4of49 137 8. Ordinance No. 07, Series of 1992, contained a provision authorizing the Town 138 Planner to approve any use after the owner notifies Woodbridge Condominiums 139 in writing of the usage request, and that after a response period by the 140 association the Town Planner may approve or deny a usage request only if: 141 142 a) The proposed use(s) is similar in character, both in terms of operations and 143 related impacts on an individual and cumulative basis, to those uses 144 specifically listed as a permitted use; and 145 146 b) The exterior impacts associated with the use, such as traffic generation, 147 parking needs, and generation of non-residential types of vehicles are not 148 greater than would be the case for the specially listed uses. 149 150 9. Contrary to the above stipulations, Town Council finds that the Town of 151 Snowmass Village alone should authorize the uses within buildings, and that 152 because of the Town's referral process, public meeting and hearing notice 153 requirements per the Municipal Code, adjacent owners are properly notified of 154 such land use applications and have opportunity to present their concerns and 155 comments before Planning Commission and Town Council meetings. 156 157 10. Town Council finds that the project has not adversely affected the neighborhood. 158 The use restrictions and the recommended amendments to such use restrictions, 159 per this resolution, incorporate a catering or food service business (subject to the 160 previous conditional approval, the general public not being invited on the 161 premises, and complying with all building, fire and health codes) and two 162 property management companies (one being within the garage for maintenance- 163 type equipment and vehicles). Such uses are generally consistent with 164 commercial type operations, but they are still important to address per the 165 previous concerns regarding the traffic, parking and related impacts of potential 166 uses in the project. 167 168 11. The Town Council finds that the existing uses within the building per attached 169 Exhibit A, as revised, are acceptable. 170 171 12. Town Council finds the circumstances relevant to the application request have 172 changed since the original approval of 1988 and the most recent amendment of 173 1992 because the previous Town Council was very concerned about the 174 associated traffic and parking impacts of the project. Over the past decade, the 175 Town Council has observed the operating conditions of the project and finds that 176 there are other similar uses not contained in the original and amended use list 177 that would be appropriate at this location (see Exhibit A showing the amended 178 use restrictions). 179 180 13. The proposed amendments will not increase any of the maximum limits or 181 decrease any of the minimum limits established in the Municipal Code. The 182 proposed or existing uses are similar in nature to the commercial operations of 000W �fy� TC Ord. 01-24 Page 5 of 4.9 183 the site. Any impacts are mitigated through measures such as the subdivision 184 exemption and the location of new parking spaces, in addition to the restrictions 185 outlined in attached Exhibit A and the conditional improvements reflected in 186 Exhibit E, as deemed necessary at a later date. 187 188 14. The proposed amendment, because it is consistent with the commercial nature 189 of this site, will not adversely affect the enjoyment of land abutting the Brush 190 Creek Offices property. 191 192 15. The proposed amendment will not alter the essential character of the 193 neighborhood. The existing uses are consistent with the intent of the commercial 194 nature of this site. 195 196 16. Town Council finds that the arrangement of a new off-site trash facility is 197 acceptable as outlined in the attached exchange agreement with Woodbridge 198 Condominiums (Exhibit H). 199 200 201 Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby approves, subject to the conditions 202 below in Section Three of this ordinance, the Minor PUD Amendment to the Brush 203 Creek Offices SPA Land Use Plan, permitting deck enclosures and architectural design 204 changes on the second level of the building; Said application also includes a 205 subdivision exemption to adjust property line on the east and west sides of the property 206 which involves location of new parking areas pursuant to Resolution No. 43. Series of 207 2001. Said Minor PUD Amendment, by this Ordinance No. 24, Series of 2001, shall also 208 supercede Ordinance No. 07, Series of 2001, and the previous amendment to the Final 209 Land Use Plan for the Brush Creek Office Specially Planned Area. Reference attached 210 Exhibits A.G, ^ F F and r through H for details concerning this PUD Amendment. 211 The amended land use and development parameters shall be pursuant to attached 212 Exhbiit A and subject to the following changes and the conditions below in Section 213 Three: 214 215 1. The "Maximum Building Square Footage" is amended to read: 11,810 S.F., 216 excluding roof overhangs and a 755 square foot garage. 217 218 2. "Minimum Number of Parking Spaces" is amended to read: 1:300 S.F. Gross 219 Floor Area, excluding the 755 S.F. garage and all roof overhangs, subject to the 220 garage providing two spaces for its vehicles/equipment but which shall not be 221 available for parking by the general public. 222 223 3. Delete "Minimum Storage Square Footage 800 S. F." 224 225 Said approval shall be subject to the following conditions. 226 227 228 � 3 TC Ord. 01.24 Page 6 of 4.9 229 Section Three: Conditions. The approval shall be subject to the following conditions: 230 231 1. A parking sticker enforcement plan for the employees and owners of Brush 232 Creek Offices shall be implemented to ensure that vehicles associated with the 233 uses in the building remain only on the commercial property and not interfere 234 with the parking provisions on adjacent properties; 235 236 2. An information sign shall be placed along the south curb line for eastbound traffic 237 stating, "No commercial parking beyond this point' (Exhibit E), as deemed 238 necessary by the Planning Director one year after completion of the deck 239 enclosures. 240 241 3. An information sign shall be placed along the north curb line for westbound traffic 242 stating, "No residential parking beyond this point' (Exhibit E), as deemed 243 necessary by the Planning Director one year after completion of the deck 244 enclosures. 245 246 4. Two additional parallel parking spaces shall be constructed along the west side 247 of the loading and service drive (Exhibit E) to create 42 in lieu of 40 parking 248 spaces, as deemed necessary by the Planning Director one year after 249 completion of the deck enclosures. Such parking may be used by the general 250 public. The two spaces within the garage shall not be available for use by the 251 general public. 252 253 5. The two garage spaces shall not be used for public parking spaces, but shall 254 serve as parking provided for the use within the garage, such as maintenance 255 vehicles and equipment. 256 257 6. The materials and colors of the exterior finishes and roofing treatment for the 258 deck enclosures shall match the existing building design. 259 260 7. The applicant shall release the current easement for the roadway and rededicate 261 it per the current roadway alignment. 262 263 8. The above information shall be reviewed, and additional information may 264 be required, by the Planning Director as part of the building permit application. 265 The Planning Director may impose reasonable conditions, or refer the matter to 266 the Town Council, as would be customary in connection with what the applicant 267 may propose or the requirements of the Municipal Code in effect at that time. 268 269 9 Pursuant to above stipulation the subdivision exemption regarding the land swap 270 with the adiacent property owner shall be consummated within 90 days of final 271 approval per Municipal Code Section 16A-5-510(5) and the new parking areas 272 shall be installed by May 2002. If such items have not been completed then the 273 Certificate of Completion for the deck enclosures shall be revoked. 274 yIl' TC Ord. M-24 Page 7 of 4.9 275 2 4a a 76 277 278 279 280 6peGifi8d Within the appFOYalG. 281 282 10. Upon execution, a copy of this ordinance with exhibits shall be filed and recorded 283 by the Town at the applicant's expense, in the office of the Pitkin County Clerk 284 and Recorder. 285 286 287 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of 288 Snowmass Village on First Reading on October 15, 2001 upon a motion by Council 289 Member Virtue , the second of Council Member Purvis „ and 290 upon a vote of 3 — in favor and 0 — against. (Council member Manchester 291 abstained: Council member Mercatoris was absent). 292 293 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, as amended, by the Town Council of the 294 Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on November 5, 2001 upon a motion by 295 Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a 296 vote of— in favor and — opposed. 297 298 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 299 TOWN COUNCIL 300 301 302 303 304 T. Michael Manchester, Mayor 305 306 ATTEST: 307 308 309 310 311 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk 312 0410� V1t � TC Ord.01.24 Page 8 of 9 Exhibit A. Land Use and Development Parameters Lot Area: 37,687 S.F. Maximum Building Ground Coverage: 12,300 S.F. Minimum Amount of Open Space: 25,385 S.F. Maximum Floor Area: 11,810 S.F., excluding roof overhangs and 755 square foot garage Minimum Garage Square Footage: 755 S.F. Minimum Number of Parking Spaces: 1:300 S.F. of gross floor area, excluding all roof overhang area, requiring 40 outside spaces and 2 spaces for the garage to be placed inside the garage but not available for parking by the general public. Maximum Building Height: 28 Feet Use Limitations: 1. Any use of the property which generates offensive noises, vibrations, smoke, dust, odors, heat, electrical interference, or glare beyond the property line shall be prohibited. In addition, no tenant of the building shall utilize the property for the storage of building materials, building equipment, or construction vehicles not to include pick-up trucks. 2. The garage shall only be used for the storage of vehicles of related to snow removal operations, property management equipment, or other property management maintenance-type operations. 3. There shall be no exterior commercial activity associated with any use of the property. TC Ord. 01-24 Page 9 of 9 4. With the above exceptions, the permitted uses for the Brush Creek Office Building may include: a) Accountants/bookkeepers; b) Real estate, appraisers, advertising agents, and insurance agents; c) Lawyers offices; d) Architects, engineers, and surveyors; e) Interior designers, art studio, photo studio; f) Physicians and dentist offices or clinics; g) Property management companies (limited to two such businesses, including the garage space); However, the garage shall be the only space permitted for the property management's maintenance-type equipment or vehicles; Such equipment or vehicles shall not be stored outside. h) Dressmaking, drapery work; i) One catering or food service business, which shall comply with the previous conditions of approval, shall not invite the general public on the premises, and shall comply with all building, fire and health codes; j) Conference services; k) Any use not specifically identified in this list may be allowed per the following procedures, which are similar to the provisions in Town Council Ordinance No. 07, Series of 1992, with the exception of having to notify and obtain comments from an adjacent property owner: The owner of the Brush Creek Offices (Offices at Snowmass) may submit to the Planning Director other businesses not on the list, but that are similar in character to the above listed uses. The Planning Director, without further notice, shall approve or deny the property owner's request. Approval shall only be granted if: 1. The proposed use(s) is similar in character, both in terms of operations and related impacts on an individual and cumulative basis, to those uses specifically listed as a permitted use; and 2. The exterior impacts associated with the use, such as traffic generation, parking needs, and generation of non-residential types of vehicles are not greater than would be the case for the specially listed uses. The decision of the Planning Director shall be the final action required. The Planning Director may refer a new use request to the Town Council, if there is a question as to whether such a use request is or is not similar in character to the above listed uses. + \ o EXHIBIT B TC Ord. 01-24 \ b Page 1 of 1 I (� 1 / \ + g 4 \ I V \ 0 ` � \ \• g9 QIS A + p Z a \\ u ``\ A `\' •\ \\ N Z w 1] \ \ O J i th xs Low"woo3et 1` t lII,11�i T. Michael Manchester Offices at Snowtrlass iEli�l'Il ! & Associates, WCONOUnD egc aa l�i.11�i�lill w Snowmsss Villegc.Colo,ado 1 J 1 WOODBR/DGE CON = O pt . - W FU- a OWMAS IODBRIDGE CONDOM INIUMS 1 1e `d 41 42 / 21 F t4 r / 25 /� �� U r °a NEW LAND 34 28 i J 31 / BpAp 1 LAND AREA ® a 1pGE t REMOVED BN , v � 4'0 VYG � r / ! f / / �EXISTWG TRASH SHED REMOVED ew�sr /� 1 PROPOSED PARKING PLAN wo /�Yf1If� ��� • •�• .lul.N ° N `4 EXHIBIT D TC Ord.01.24 °'o, � 5�°, 4°� Page 1 of 1 IOODRRIDCS NNDOYINIUYS `�� •' '^\ ee.rs' \. A PA 40 Of o, TO U ADO.00A` OF 7 se.ei• \ °uws xa . yf• \ Yu°mar \ ►ooD9R1DGE ro A 0"7 p AT SNOIYASf e Y°IR .Yi lro0i WOOS roNDOArwmArs Rsrr�roe N I � Ll`..'� DBaDCt M' .. 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' µ ,- ',�,.,--•e' `� R�r-stiT�P�.r.-s.Tl�'Pq EXHIBIT H TC Ord. 01-24 EXCHANGE AGREEMENT Page 1 of 5 THIS AGREEMENT is made this 10'h day of April, 2001, by and between WOODBRIDGE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. a Colorado non-profit corporation (hereinafter "Woodbridge") and BRUSH CREEK OFFICES PARTNERSHIP, a Colorado general partnership (hereinafter "The Offices"). RECITALS A. Woodbridge and The Offices are the owners of adjacent property in the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. B. Woodbridge and The Offices desire to exchange portions of their respective properties and to address other matters relating to the future use and operation thereof. C. The Exchange Parcels are identified on Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. It is the intent of the parties that the Exchange Parcel 1 will be conveyed by The Offices to Woodbridge and that Exchange Parcel 2 will be conveyed by Woodbridge to The Offices, in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the making and performance of the mutual promises and covenants herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. Land Exchange. Woodbridge will convey to The Offices the land area identified on Exhibit A as Exchange Parcel 2. In exchange, The Offices will convey to Woodbridge the land area identified on Exhibit A as Exchange Parcel 1. All use of the existing and prospective parking within the land area owned by The Offices shall comply with the terms of Town of Snowmass Village Ordinances No. 19 Series of 1988 and No. 29, Series of 1989 as they currently exist or as they may be amended in the future. The exchange of parcels will require the approval by the Town as a subdivision exemption. The Offices will undertake and use their best efforts to secure such an exemption and will pay all costs and expenses associated with an application for subdivision exemption. Other than the foregoing, each party will be responsible for its own costs associated with the land exchange provided for in this Agreement. Any development by The Offices of Exchange Parcel 2 for parking will be undertaken in such a manner as to minimize disturbance to existing cottonwood trees and The Offices shall provide Woodbridge with copy of a landscape plan which satisfies this requirement prior to any development. 2. Walkway/Easement. The Offices will grant permission to Woodbridge to install a short piece of sidewalk connecting two portions of stairways used for access to Buildings I and 2 located to the east of the office building as shown on the Exhibit A. The Offices wilt also grant any easement necessary to Woodbridge for the continued use of existing walkways and stairways. Woodbridge will provide The Offices with a release of liability and indemnification and will have the easement area included in its common area EXHIBIT H TC Ord. 01-24 Page 2 of 5 liability insurance coverage. As long as the easement remains in effect, Woodbridge will be responsible for maintenance and snow removal thereon. 3. Screening. The Offices will design and install a permanent screen around the rooftop air handling units. The Offices shall submit to Woodbridge the specifications regarding the proposed screening of the rooftop air handling units for Woodbridge's approval in conjunction with the execution of this Agreement. Such specifications shall include a graphical representation of the structure as built including color and type of material used. This work may be performed in conjunction with any approved improvement to the Property or by August 31, 2001, whichever is earlier. 4. The Property's Dumpster. The Offices will vacate, demolish and remove its dumpster enclosure within 45 days of the date of the Exchange Agreement. 5. Dumpster Shed Sharing and improvements. The Offices and Woodbridge shall share the dumpster located due east of the Property and on the north side of-LJppef--LowEa ✓ , Woodbridge Road ("the Dumpster"). Two-thirds of the costs and expenses associated with the Dumpster's use, improvement, maintenance and trash collection shall be borne by Woodbridge and one-third shall be bome by The Offices. Any costs associated with the improvement of the Dumpster location shall be approved in advance by The Offices. Such Dumpster sharing arrangement shall cease if and when The Offices construct a new garbage receptacle upon its property, by mutual agreement between the parties or if in The Offices sole judgment, use of the Dumpster becomes impractical. Woodbridge shall place no additional restrictions or limitations beyond those required by the then current Snowmass Village Land Use and Building codes on the construction of a new garbage receptacle on The Office property. 6. This Agreement represents the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof. 7. Time is of the essence of and each and every provision of this Agreement. 8. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado. 9. It is expressly understood and agreed that Woodbridge and The Offices shall each be entirely responsible for the payment of any attorneys' fees incurred by each part relating to the legal services furnished to such party in connection with the transactions contemplated herein; provided, however, that in the event of any litigation arising out of this Agreement or a breach of this Agreement, the defaulting or non-prevailing party shall pay, in addition to any award or judgment, the prevailing party's reasonable attorneys' fees, costs and expenses. 10. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts with the same effect as if all parties had signed the same documents. All such counterparts shall be EXCI IANGr AGREEMENT —2— EXHIBIT H TC Ord. 01-24 Page 3 of 5 construed together and shall constitute one and the same instrument. The parties further agree that facsimile signatures upon this Agreement shall be binding and of the same effect as original signatures. 11. This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties and their respective heirs, successors and assigns. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have executed this Agreement as of the day and year first above written. WOODBRIDGE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. By John B. Srofe, President BRUSH CREEK OFFICES PARTNERSHIP By Its EXCHANGF AGREEMEN'r -?— F EXHANGE PARCEL us �`•y EXHANGE PARCEL 2 I � I I� I I NEW SIDEWALK - y \�/�/ •rl • A rr'' I w, FAX h10. 5137918958 Apr. 10 2001 12:51PM P4 (1Pk l61p1 EXHIBIT H TC Ord. 01-24 Page 5 of 5 construed together and shell constitute one and the some instrument. The parties further Agree that faes)mile signawres upon this Agreement shall br•binding and of the santc cffcct as original signaturos. 11. This Agreeuent shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the panics and their rospective heirs,successors and assigns. IN WITNHSS WHEREOF the parties have executed this Agreement As Of the day and year first above written, WO011nRIDOB CONDOMIMI IM ASSOCIATION).INC. sy �J m H, Srofe,Preatd BRUSI-)CREEK OFFICHS PARTNERSHIP By Its BXCHANOF.AUREEM£NT —3— TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Note: Shaded portion represents the item o be considered under the affected tab in the Council packet_ Meeting Date: November 5, 2001 Agenda Item: Public Hearing and Second Reading —Ordinance No. 24. Series of 2001: Minor PUD Amendment for Brush Creek Offices (Offices at Snowmass; And Resolution No. 43 Series of 2001;, Subdivision Exemption for Brush Creek Offices (Oft pat Sn6wmas5) Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: Following a review of the core issues on October 15, 2001, primarily focusing on floor area calculations, floor area usage and restrictions, modifications to the permitted use list, architecture, consent from adjacent owner, changes concerning notice to adjacent owner of use changes, and the road easement, concerning the Minor PUD Amendment to the Offices at Snowmass, the first reading of the ordinance was approved 3-0. The resolution,concerning the subdivision exemptio for Brush Creek.,11 Offices (Offices at-Snowmass)was tabled onOctol3r 1 , 20 f, a recommended 1iy staafly, to,tljis meeting so that ine'resoiu#ioh,arid W,10 ordinance could tip acted upon on and finalizes conrutrentj)f.'} ` General Info: Attached is a copy of the edited version of Ordinance No. 24, Series of 2001, as amended per the discussion at the last Town Council meeting on October 15, 2001. Attached to the ordinance are the exhibits, which generally describe the proposal. These exhibits include a revised list of land use and development standards, the existing parking plan, the proposed parking plan, the subdivision exemption illustration, a parking plan showing conditional items which may be installed in the future, building elevations, floor plans, and the executed exchange agreement between the applicant and the adjacent owner. Also attached is another copy of Resolution No 43,Series of 2001, #ujt the subdivision exemption.- There were no changes io this resolutildh after the review of it at the last Town Council meeting on October ##"4 ; For Resolution No. 48 Series of 2001¢ 1. Approve the'resolut 06""f `:or 2. Approve the re,"solution with modiftoations;of I 3. Deny#he resolution; oit t%- 4. Table the item W further discussion or review. Staff Staff recommend$ that the Town Council approve the second reading of Recommendation: the ordinance for tile"Minor PUD Amendment and ttit3 resolution for that subdivision exemptioTP. X66 � P:\user\jw\offices at snowmass\TC Communique 11-05-01-2.doc 2 1 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2 TOWN COUNCIL 3 RESOLUTION NO. 43 4 SERIES OF 2001 5 6 A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION FOR THE BRUSH CREEK 7 OFFICES (OFFICES AT SNOWMASS) TO EXCHANGE AN EQUAL AMOUNT OF 8 PROPERTY CONTAINING 4,629 SQUARE FEET BETWEEN THE BRUSH CREEK 9 OFFICES (OFFICES AT SNOWMASS) AND THE WOODBRIDGE CONDOMINIUMS. to 11 12 WHEREAS, Brush Creek Offices Partnership ("BCOP"), is the owner of certain land 13 commonly referred to as the Brush Creek Offices or Offices at Snowmass parcel adjacent 14 to Brush Creek Road northeasterly of its intersection with Woodbridge Road; and 15 16 WHEREAS, the BCOP submitted an application on August 1, 2001, concurrent with 17 a Minor PUD Amendment for Brush Creek Offices (Offices at Snowmass) requesting to 18 exchange an equal amount of land containing 4,629 square feet with the adjacent property 19 owner, the Woodbridge Condominium Association, as described in Exhibit A, in order to 2o resolve the existing enroachments on the east side of the property and to add new parking 21 spaces on the west side of the property; and 22 23 WHEREAS, the BCOP is requesting subdivision exemption approval pursuant to 24 Section 16A-5-500 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Code") to permit them 25 exchange an equal amount of property with the adjacent property owner, the Woodbridge 26 Condominium Association; and 27 28 WHEREAS, Section 16-204(a)(3) permits conveying title and/or fulfilling legal 29 obligations, when no development will result thereafter without subdivision or planned unit 3o development approval, without requiring a detailed and expensive subdivision platting 31 process; and 32 33 WHEREAS, the subdivision exemption does not require published, mailed and 34 posted notice pursuant to Section 16A-5-60 of the Code. Compliance with published, 35 mailed and posted notice for a public hearing concerning the accompanying Minor PUD 36 Amendment for Brush Creek Offices (Offices at Snowmass) was held before the Town 37 Council on November 5, 2001 to receive public comment; and 38 39 WHEREAS, the Town Council reviewed and approved the concurrent Minor PUD 4o Amendment application pursuant to Ordinance No. 24, Series of 2001; and 41 42 WHEREAS, the Planning Commission and Town Council have also reviewed the 43 subdivision exemption application and heard the recommendation of the Town Staff. 44 45 �� TC Reso. 01-43 Page 2 of 2 46 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of 47 Snowmass Village, Colorado: 48 49 Section One: Findings. Based upon the information submitted and testimony in the 5o record, the Town Council finds as follows: 51 52 1. The applicant and the adjoining property owner, the Woodbridge Condominium 53 Association have consented to the subdivision exemption per the attached letters 54 dated July 23 and July 20, 2001, respectively (Exhibit B) and the Exchange 55 Agreement (Exhibit C). 56 57 2. The application was submitted and all public notification requirements have been 58 satisfied in accordance with Section 16A-5-60 of the Code. 59 6o 3. The exchange of an equal amount of land containing 4,629 square feet between 61 BCOP and the Woodbridge Condominium Association may be exempted from the 62 terms of the subdivision regulations and that there will be no further development 63 of the parcel(s) without Subdivision or Planned Unit Development ("PUD") review. 64 65 4. That the request is consistent with the Review Standards for granting a subdivision 66 exemption contained in Section 16A-5-530 of the Code. 67 68 Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby grants subdivision exemption approval 69 allowing BCOP to exchange an equal amount of property containing 4,629 square feet with 70 the adjoining property owner, the Woodbridge Condominium Association, as described 71 within Exhibit A, as being exempted from the terms of the subdivision regulations. 72 73 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on the motion of Council member 74 and the second of Council member by a vote of in favor 75 and against, on the 5th day of November, 2001. 76 77 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 78 TOWN COUNCIL 79 80 81 82 T. Michael Manchester, Mayor 83 ATTEST: 84 85 86 87 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk /V/+ EXHIBIT A TC Reso. 01-43 I s Pagel—of'.1 a all 1 , OIR y Ayh rC 1 `N IYr� �♦ I .4 ''r•�' �/ �ws r ssa .�, PA IOODBR10Gd C7NDOY/NNYS Ott. A TO WP 00 �p�'j0 `�� do.. z OF 7 N 16 6 SODy041-Z Iaer• �6i'I � � y ur0 IOODdd1DCd C10.' w 017706 AT SNOIYdSf' i CONDOYD�7DYS '� IDODSUDOd NIP17.0o It I Ip i' '' / '/ Iw�•M /O I✓�/ ',` \ i y ' �'. 0gddNN SpAa � / sl / � / / I•� IWn M/ Il/ NI/ y.n / OM / RAPM /�.��S{� CIW fl1C SYIM.r• S / IMI�1 Brush Cry:Offices Partner-hip EXHIBIT -4 • TC Reso. 01-43 361 Forest Avenue,Suite 200 Page 1 of 2 LegimaBvch,Caliiomia 92651 July 23, 2001 Tows of Snowmass Village Mmming De.=mznt Ann: Chris Conrad and rim Wablstrnhm 016 gems Road Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Dear Chris and T= As the Gen...--a1 Pmm= of Bmsh Creek Off= Parm."°214, = h=''y a�D Frciiich Myler,Leitner&Cariisle,and T.Michael Manchester&Associates,'.nc.,to suL-mit and process the application for modification of the SPA Plan for the Of5= at Snowmass F�1 and for s subdivision exemption in the form which accompanies this letter. The==`- and re'•evanr contacts at these two faros are 85 follows: T..YIichael Manchester&Associates,J= T.Michael Manchester and Jeff Dahl P.O.Box 6573 25 Lower Woodbridge Road Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 970-923-4411 FrCM4 myler,Leimer& Carusie David J.Myler and E.Michael Hoffman 106 South MM Surat Stria 202 Aspen, Colorado 81611 970-91A-1018 Thank you for your consideration in this Application.if You nave =Y questions or require any additional infomnation,please do not hesitate to contact me. Very truly yours, BRUSH CREME,OFF—IM PARTi lEP Z:IF � By_ Joe`Haasuer IGe eral Partner L i ..-'-- wmw - V-nrnol 1 0 100 Ebert Lt TC Reso. 01-43 9nowtn=s Village, Colorado 81615 _ Page 2 of 2 July l0, 2001 Town of Saowmsss Village Plemaiaq Department Am.Cbru conrad and rum Wahlstrohm 016 Kerns Road Snowmas Village,Colorado 81615 Dear Chris and Jim: As the Presidamt oft m Woodbridge Condominium Association,I I=cby i aftrize Frcilich, Myle,Leitaer&Grade,aad 7'.Micl=l Manchester.&Associates,Inc.,to subn dt and process the application for subdivision ew=prion which accompanies this letter. The vanes and relevant contacts at these two firma areas follows: T. ylichael Manchester&Associates,Inc. T. Michael Manchester and Jeff Dahl P.O.Box 6573 25 bower Woodbridge itoad Snowmass Ville;e,Colorado 81615 970.923.4411 Freilich,Myler. Left=& CatlWc David I Myler and S Michael HcfEnaa 106 South= Street, Suits 202 Asper: Colorado 81611 970-VAO.1013 Thank you for your conside rtion in this Application, if you have any qt estions or require any additioml information,picue do not hesitate to contact tat. Very tni.y yours, WOODDRIDOE CONDONIINWM ASSOCL4,TION,IN By: J Srofo rom=l EXHIBIT C TC Reso. 01.43 ENCHANGE AGREEMENT Page 1 of 5 THIS AGREEMENT is made this 10'h day of April. 2001- by and between WOODBRIDGE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION. INC. a Colorado non-profit corporation (hereinafter "Woodbridge") and BRUSH CREEK OFFICES PARTNERSHIP. a Colorado general parmership (hereinafter "The Offices"). RECITALS A. Woodbridge and The Offices are the owners of adiacent property in the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. B. Woodbridge and The Offices desire to exchange ^onions of their respective properties and to address other matters relating to the future use and operation thereof. C. The Exchange Parcels are identified on Exhibit A. attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. It is the intent of the paries that the Exchange Parcel 1 will be conveyed by The Offices to Woodbridge and that Exchange Parc. = will be conveyed by Woodbridge to The Offices, in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.. NOW THEREFORE. in consideration of the making and .erformance of the mutual promises and covenants herein, the parries agree as follows: 1. Land Exchange. Woodbridge will convey to The Offices the land area identified on Exhibit A as Exchange Parcel 2. In exchange. The Offices will convey to Woodbridge the land area identified on Exhibit A as Exchange Parcel 1. All use of the existing and prospective parking within the land area owned by The Offices shall compl}' with the terms of Town of Snowmass Village Ordinances No. 19 Series of 1983 and No. '9, Series of 1989 as they currently exist or as they may be amended in the future. The exchange of parcels will require the approval by the Town as a subdivision exemption. The Offices will undertake and use their best efforts to secure such an exemption and will pay all costs and expenses associated with an application for subdivision exemption. Other than the foregoing, each parry will be responsible for its own costs associates with the land exchange provided for in this Agreement. Anv development by The Offices of Exchange Parcel 2 for parking will be undertaken in such a manner as to minimize disturbance to existing cottonwood trees and The Offices shall provide Woodbridge '.v'[th cook• of a landscape plan which satisfies this requirement prior to anv development. 2. WalkwaviEasemcr.t. The Offices will gran[ pernusston to Woodbridge to install a short piece of sidewalk connecting two portions of stair•. a} s used for access to Buildings 1 and 2 located to the east of the office buiiding s sno i, on the Exhibit A. The Offices will also grant any easement necessary to Wood brdge 'or tae coil[inued use sc Of existitg walkways and stairways. Woodbridge will provide The �liriccs with a release of liability and indenlniiictuion and %will have the easement area 111""'I is its common area TC Reso. Ul-43 Page 2 of 5 liability insurance coverage. As long as the easement remains in effect. Woodbridge will be responsible for maintenance and snow removal thereon. 3, Screening. The Offices will design and install a permanent screen around the rooftop air handling units. The Offices shall submit to Woodbridge the specifications regarding the proposed screening of the rooftop air handling units for Woodbridge's approval Such in conjunction with the execution of this Agreement. h specifications shall include a graphical representation of the structure as built including color and type material used. This work may be performed in conjunction with any approved improvemea nt to the Property or by August 31, 2001, whichever is earlier. 4. The Property's Dumpster. The Offices will vacate. demolish and remove its dumpster enclosure within 45 days of the date of the Exchange Agreement. 5. Dumpster Shed Sharing and Improvements. The Offices and Woodbridge h ` ' shall share the dumpster located due east of the Property and on the north side of " - � Woodbridge Road ("the Dumpster'. Two-thirds of the costs and expenses associated with the Dumpster's use, improvement, maintenance and trash collection shall be bome by Woodbridge and one-third shall be borne by The Offices. Any costs associated with the improvement of the Dumpster location shall be approved in advance by The Offices. Such Dumpster sharing arrangement shall cease if and when The Offices construct a new garbage receptacle upon its property, by mutual agreement between the parries or if in The Offices sole judgment, use of the Dumpster becomes impractical. Woodbridge shall place no additional restrictions or limitations beyond those required by the then current Snowmass Village Land Use and Building codes on the construction of a new garbage receptacle on The Office property. 6. This Agreement represents the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof. 7. Time is of the essence of and each and every provision of this Agreement. 8. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado. 9, It is expressly understood and agreed that Woodbridge and The Offices shall each be entirely responsible for the payment of any attorn eys' tees incurred by each part relating to the legal services furnished to such party in connection with the transactions contemplated herein; provided, however, that in the event of any litigation arising out of this Agreement or a breach of this Agreement, the defaulting or non prevailing party shall pay, in addition to anv award or judgment, the prevailing party's reasonable attorneys' fees, costs and expenses. 10. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts with the same effect as if all parties had signed the same documents. All such counterparts shail be —i- GXC'I IANGf: :1GRCL•\1CNT - TC Reso. u"-4J page 3 of 5 construed together and shall constitute one and the same instrument. The parties further agree that facsimile signatures upon this Agreement shall be binding and of the some effect as original signatures. 11. This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties and their respective heirs, successors and assigns. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have executed this Agreement as of the day and year first above written. WOODBRIDGE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. By John B. Srofe, President BRUSH CREEK OFFICES PARTNERSHIP By -- Its EXCHANGE AGRELMEN'r - ��. �:\\ ;may 6.11 e 1 t TC Reso. 0143 Pape 5 of 5 ''cr and shall constitute one aid L'te seat°instrument and parties further construed loge'• nest shag ba binl+atg and of the, sauc cffcct abree that facsimile signatures upon this Agtee3 as original Sigastures. on the parties 11. This Agrcemw shall inure to the benefit of and be binding yP and their respective heirs,Successors and assigns• ement as of the dsy and ar g VirHEUOF the parties have executed ibis AfiTe year firm abnve vMtttn• BRID ASSOCIA11ON''NC' WOODOF CO:�OMR`'ii 1M By A Srofe,rresid BRUSH CREEK OFFTCL'S PARTNERSHT Its gxCHANUE AUREE.�'tfNT —t- TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: November 5, 2001 Agenda Item: First Reading — Ordinance No. 16, Series of 2001: Aspen Skiing Company's Vehicle Maintenance Facility at Divide Lot 44 Minor PUD Amendment Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: Following a review of the core issues on October 15, 2001, primarily focusing on access issues, usage and operations, architecture and height variance issues, other off-site impacts, and miscellaneous items concerning the PUD Amendment to the Skico's Vehicle Maintenance Facility, staff prepared a draft ordinance documenting the results of the discussion from this meeting and incorporating many of the Planning Commission recommendations. General Into: Attached is a copy of the draft Ordinance No. 16, Series of 2001, outlining the findings and conditions as understood by staff at the meeting on October 15, 2001. Attached to the ordinance are the exhibits, which generally describe the proposal. These exhibits include a site plan, a landscape plan, building elevations, the height variance study, and a cross section illustrating the relationship of the building to the surrounding forest areas. Council Options: 1) Approve the first reading of the ordinance; or 2) Approve first reading of the ordinance with modifications and/or further conditions; or 3) Deny the first reading of the ordinance; or 4) Table the item for further discussion or review. Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that the Town Council approve the first reading of the ordinance and schedule the public hearing and second reading of the ordinance for November 12, 2001 as published in the Snowmass Sun on October 24, 2001. /071 ' P:\user\jw\ASC's VMF\TC Memo 11-05.01 ASC's VMF Minor PUD Amdl..doc I 1 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 2 ORDINANCE NO. 16 3 SERIES OF 2001 4 5 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A MINOR PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT 6 AMENDMENT TO THE ASPEN SKIING COMPANY'S VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 7 FACILITY ON LOT 44 OF THE DIVIDE SUBDIVISION. 8 9 WHEREAS, the Aspen Skiing Company ("Applicant") has land use and 10 site development approval to construct a Vehicle Maintenance Facility ("VMF") 11 on Divide Subdivision Lot 44 (the "Site") per Ordinance No. 16, Series of 1989; 12 and 13 14 WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 16, Series of 1989, acknowledged and 15 approved the establishment of vested property rights in the Divide Final PUD 16 and detailed Final Plat; and 17 18 WHEREAS, imported fill was permitted to be placed on the Site by approval 19 of an Annual Temporary Use Permit per Planning Commission Resolution No. 22, 20 Series of 2001, in order to adequately prepare the site for the VMF as shown in 21 Exhibit "A"; and 22 23 WHEREAS, the Applicant would like to receive approval of the Minor PUD 24 Amendment for the VMF to commence construction and move operations from the 25 administrative building located at the base of Fanny Hill on the Base Village site; 26 and 27 28 WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the application on July 25, 29 September 5, and September 19, 2001 and heard the recommendations of the 3o Town Staff and public comments and presented its findings and conditions in 31 Resolution No. 26, Series of 2001; and 32 33 WHEREAS, the Town Council reviewed the application on October 15, 34 2001 with the first reading of the ordinance scheduled for November 5, and the 35 second reading and public hearing scheduled for November 12 to consider the 36 recommendations of Town staff, Planning Commission and public comments; and 37 38 WHEREAS, a required 15-day public hearing notice will be scheduled for 39 publication in the Snowmass Sun on October 24, 2001 concerning the Minor PUD 4o Amendment for the public hearing scheduled on November 12, 2001; and 41 42 WHEREAS, the applicant submitted verification that a public hearing notice 43 was mailed to property owners within 300 feet of property and that the site was 44 posted with public hearing signs following the procedures outlined in Code Sections 45 16A-4-560 and 16A-5-60. ?Z000P TC Ord. 01-16 Page 2 of 10 46 47 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town 48 of Snowmass Village, Colorado: 49 50 Section One: Findings. Based upon the information submitted and testimony in 51 the record, the Town Council finds as follows: 52 53 Divide Road Improvements: 54 55 1. The road improvements which include 20 feet of pavement width and varied 56 locations of two-foot gravel shoulders on both sides of the road are acceptable. 57 The road improvements shall be from the ridgeline to the west end of Lot 44, 58 the VMF site. The plans indicate that the shoulders will not occur where large 59 evergreen trees are located in close proximity to the road in an effort to 60 preserve these trees. However, one evergreen tree would be removed due to 61 its close proximity to the road and the grading changes proposed. 62 63 2. The road cross-sections and plans reveal cut and fill locations, but no 64 significant retaining walls will be required, with the exception of some boulders 65 to retain the slopes. The plans show that 2:1 to 1.5:1 slopes will be created 66 and revegetated for the most part. Town Council finds these changes 67 acceptable. 66 69 Engineer's Report concerning impacts within 30% slopes: 70 71 The engineer's opinion stated that the slopes in the area are not prone to 72 instability or failure and that the proposed development will not cause greater 73 slope instability or increase the potential for slope failure, and that there will be no 74 significant risk that damage to adjacent property will result from the proposed road 75 construction. 76 77 Access Provisions to Krabloonik site: 78 79 The location of a new access driveway and easement to the Krabloonik site needs 8o to be provided through the VMF site. 81 82 Skier access easements: 83 84 Skier accessibility to the Krabloonik restaurant during lunchtime hours needs to be 85 provided. 86 87 � �— TC Ord.01-16 Page 3 of 10 88 Outdoor Storage: 89 90 Permanent outdoor storage is acceptable provided that the applicant complies with 91 the Town of Snowmass Land Use and Development Code (the "Municipal Code") 92 requirements in Section 16A-4-320(c). 93 94 Screen Fencing: 95 96 The screen fencing previously approved for the site along the road is an artificial 97 element and would not provide effective screening due to the grade changes 98 around the site. 99 loo Architecture: 101 102 1. The less reflective exterior finishes utilized for the building and the color 103 schemes are acceptable. The medium to darker gray color scheme for the 104 building blends with the surrounding environment to the greatest extent 105 possible. 106 107 2. The architectural design of the Phase I Vehicle Maintenance Facility is an 108 improvement over the design shown in the previously approved plans. 109 11 o Height Variance: 111 112 1. Subject to the conditions mentioned further in this ordinance, the height 113 variance from the previous standard of 36 feet in height to a maximum of 43 114 feet 5 inches above existing grade and 37 feet 5 inches above finished grade 115 is not a major concern because the Planning Commission addressed this 116 matter sufficiently in its review of the application and because the heights of the 117 trees in the nearby forest substantially screen the facility. 118 119 2. The six additional employee housing units within the Phase I facility plus the 120 three future employee units in Phase 11, are in excess of the previously 121 approved three employee housing units noted for the entire project and serves 122 in complying with the Community Purpose criteria in addressing the height 123 variance. 124 125 Landscaping: 126 127 The plans indicate that 55 Aspen trees, 24, 12-foot high Spruce trees, and 24, six 128 to eight-foot Spruce trees and 65 deciduous shrubs will be planted around the site. 129 1 I TC Ord. 01-16 Page 4 of 10 13o Lighting: 131 132 The amount of lighting, the intensity of the lighting, and the downlighting methods 133 are important to address because lighting for the facility could pose a glare 134 problem for residents down the hill in Snowmass Creek and in the surrounding 135 neighborhood. 136 137 Parking: 138 139 1. The parking area and driveway in front of the Vehicle Maintenance Facility will 140 be paved. 141 142 2. Due to the six employee units added to the Phase I portion of the project, there 143 could be added demand and competition for the 30 parking spaces on the site. 144 145 Off-Site Improvements: 146 147 The applicant provided written consent from the adjacent property owners 148 concerning the off-site road improvements, infrastructure improvements, grading, 149 drainage, erosion control and detention ponding. 150 151 Compliance with Minor PUD Amendment Criteria: 152 153 Town Council finds that the proposed Minor PUD Amendment for the Vehicle 154 Maintenance Facility on Divide Lot 44 complies with the affected review criteria in 155 that the application is generally consistent with the original PUD, it will create no 156 substantial adverse impact, it will not change the character of the area as 157 previously envisioned, and will comply with other applicable standards in the 158 Municipal Code. 159 160 Miscellaneous: 161 162 1. The application has been submitted and reviewed in accordance with the 163 provisions of Section 16A-5-390 of Municipal Code. 164 165 2. The application is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan, the Minor PUD 166 Amendment review criteria (Municipal Code Section 16A-5-390(3)), the 167 General Restrictions (Code Section 16A-5-300 (c)), and the Review Standards 168 (Code Section 16A-5-310). 169 170 Opp TC Ord. 01-16 Page 5 of 10 171 Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby approves, with conditions, the 172 Minor Planning Unit Development ("PUD") Amendment to the Aspen Skiing 173 Company's Vehicle Maintenance Facility ("VMF") on Lot 44 of the Divide 174 Subdivision, specifically as follows: 175 176 1. The Minor PUD Amendment Standards: Town Council hereby approves the 177 amended PUD standards for Lot 44 of the Divide, including but not limited to 178 the total building area, maximum building height, floor area square footage, 179 allowable floor area, minimum employee housing, minimum amount of 180 parking spaces, are hereby amended to read as part of attached Exhibit A. 181 182 2. The Minor PUD Amendment Development Plan. The Town Council hereby 183 approves the Aspen Skiing Company's Vehicle Maintenance Facility 184 amendment on Lot 44 of the Divide Subdivision described in: 1)The site plan, 185 landscape plan, building elevations, floor plans attached herewith as part of 186 Exhibit A of this ordinance; 2) The packet information received October 10, 187 2001 by the Community Development Department, including the original 188 application materials dated May 10, 2001, the supplemental and updated 189 package dated July 9, 2001, the geotechnical report dated August 23, 2001, 190 the road width variance and the off-site road improvements, the road 191 construction specifications, grading, drainage and erosion control plans 192 (subject to the Town Engineer's and Public Works Department's review and 193 approval prior to permits), and the off-site improvements as consented by the 194 affected adjacent property owners. 195 196 3. Height Variance: The Town Council hereby grants a variance from the 197 dimensional limitations of the Municipal Code for the purpose of allowing the 198 height of the Vehicle Maintenance Facility to exceed the previous limit of 36 199 feet to a maximum 43 feet 5 inches from existing grade and to a maximum 200 of 37 feet, 5 inches from finished grade as specified in part of attached Exhibit 201 A. 202 203 204 Section Three: Conditions. The authorization of the Minor PUD Amendment 205 shall be subject to the following conditions: 206 207 Divide Road Improvements: 208 209 1. The Divide Road improvements shall be solely maintained, including snow 210 removal, by the applicant, successors and assigns from the ridgeline to the 211 west end of Lot 44, the VMF site. The Town excepts no responsibility for 212 maintenance. ? b ' TC Ord. 01-16 Page 6 of 10 213 214 2. The road construction specifications for the extension of Divide Road shall 215 be to Town standards or subject to approval by the Town's Public Works 216 Department. The standards for the road are understood to be a cross 217 section of 24 feet in width with two-foot shoulders (no shoulders in locations 218 to protect existing evergreen trees), a six-inch base, and four inches of 219 asphalt, designed for 250-800 VPD and a suggested speed of 25 MPH. 220 221 3. The applicant committed to coordinating the provision of an easement 222 dedication, when deemed necessary by the Town, to accommodate a possible 223 access drive off of Divide Road extended to a possible new Town parking lot. 224 225 Access Provisions to Krabloonik site: 226 227 1. The applicant shall execute an access agreement with the owners of the 228 Krabloonik site, Lot 45 of the Divide Subdivision, prior to issuance of a building 229 permit. 230 231 2. The existing access easement shall be released and a new one rededicated 232 within the VMF yard following the new driveway location from Divide Road to 233 the Krabloonik site, Lot 45. 234 235 3. The applicant shall coordinate appropriate access provisions with the 236 Krabloonik land exchange application (currently in the review process as of the 237 writing of this ordinance), as needed, subject to maintaining 30 parking spaces 238 on the Vehicle Maintenance Facility site. 239 240 Skier access easements: 241 242 By mutual agreement, the applicant shall work with affected property owners to 243 create skier access and connections from the relocated Ditch Trail ski easement 244 to the Krabloonik restaurant. 245 246 Outdoor Storage: 247 248 There shall be no permanent, outside storage as noted on the plans, and such 249 storage shall be no more than 15 days for unused equipment per the Municipal 250 Code (Section 16A-4-320(c)). 251 252 Screen Fencing: 253 254 1. Perimeter planting is preferred over screen fencing. See the Landscaping �0 I TC Ord. 01-16 Page 7 of 10 255 section in this ordinance for further related conditions. 256 257 2. Screen fencing is not required at this time, but shall be considered following an 258 assessment of the project after completion, as deemed necessary. 259 26o Height Variance: 261 262 The height variance request to a maximum of 43 feet and 5 inches is not a major 263 concern subject to the following: 264 265 1. The height variance study dated September 4, 2001 revealed that the roof 266 structures will not exceed the previous height limit of 36 feet for more than 50% 267 of the structures, pursuant to the Municipal Code criteria (Section 16A-5- 268 300(c)(5) and (7)). 269 27o 2. The existing trees on the northwest side of the site must be preserved. The 271 applicant committed to increase the building setback from 40 to 50 feet from 272 the northwest property line in an effort to preserve the existing trees from 273 grading and construction operations. 274 275 3. The dog sled run along the northwest edge shall be varied in width in an effort 276 to preserve the existing evergreen trees. 277 278 4. The applicant commits to providing bin walls, described as stacked boulders 279 around existing trees, as needed, for protection purposes. Review and 280 approval of these bin walls shall be made by the Planning Director prior to the 281 issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy. 282 283 5. The facility shall be further shielded with the planting of additional evergreen 284 trees if subsequent review by the Town, after completion of the facility, 285 determines that additional trees are necessary. See the Landscaping section 286 for conditions related to landscape screening requirements with the 287 construction of the facility. 288 289 Employee Housing: 290 291 The additional deed-restricted employee housing within the Phase I portion of the 292 facility shall serve as a Community Purpose benefit for the height variance but 293 shall not be used as a credit to fulfill employee housing requirements from the 294 applicant's other projects. 295 296 NO* TC Ord. 01-16 Page 8 of 10 297 Landscaping: 298 299 1. The existing evergreen trees located along the northwest side of the site shall 300 be preserved. As committed by the applicant, the building setback will be 301 increased from 40 to 50 feet, measured from the northwest property line, in an 302 effort to protect the existing trees from construction and grading operations. 303 304 2. The dog sled run along the northwest edge shall be varied in width in an effort 305 to preserve the existing evergreen trees. 306 307 3. Up to six of the 24 larger, 12-foot high Spruce trees previously noted in this 308 ordinance (Findings Section under Landscaping) shall be planted on the north 309 side of the facility to provide further buffering and screening the facility from the 310 Snowmass Creek area. Proposed locations for the trees shall be stacked for 311 review and approval by the Planning Director prior to the planting of the trees. 312 313 4. See further conditions under Lighting concerning possible landscape buffering 314 techniques that could be used for the screening of the lighting at the facility as 315 viewed from the Snowmass Creek area. 316 317 5. Planted trees shall be under warranty for two years and replaced if dead or 318 dying as determined by inspection of the Planning Director. 319 32o Lighting: 321 322 1. Lighting shall be limited to two to three footcandles utilizing motion detectors 323 on the building. There shall be no site lighting. 324 325 2. Exterior wall-mounted lights or any other exterior light source shall be placed 326 on lower level of building and shielded to direct light downward for the primary 327 purpose of hiding the light source from view. 328 329 3. There shall be no ceiling lights within the employee housing units located in the 330 upper level of the building. 331 332 4. In the event of possible nighttime use of the maintenance area, the glass 333 garage doors shall be shaded on the interior to prevent off-site lighting glare 334 intrusion onto adjacent properties. Task lighting shall also be used versus 335 overhead lighting, where applicable, to prevent unnecessary light glare from 336 the facility. 337 338 5. Contingency screen fencing on the northwest side of the site shall be /� 1 00 TC Ord.01-16 Page 9 of 10 339 considered if lighting intrusion poses a problem following a site visit in the 340 future, as deemed necessary. However, natural buffering is preferred over 341 screen fencing. 342 343 Parking: 344 345 1. A minimum of 30 parking spaces shall be provided on the site, in addition to the 346 loading spaces. There shall be no outside storage which reduces the amount 347 of required parking without further Town approval. 348 349 2. A temporary parking area of approximately 10 spaces, or as deemed 350 necessary, shall be provided on the Phase II site if, in the future, the Town 351 determines that the number of parking spaces on the Phase I site is not 352 adequate. 353 354 Drainage, grading and erosion control plans, including a detention pond: 355 356 The Town Engineer shall review and approve the final drainage, grading and 357 erosion control plans for the site prior to issuance of a building permit. 358 359 Off-Site Grading: 360 361 The applicant, in coordination with the Town, shall conduct a three-year 362 revegetation check to determine if terracing is needed for the off-site grading 363 located to the north of the facility. 364 365 Review of Phase 11 facility. 366 367 Planning Commission and Town Council shall review the amended plans in the 368 future for the Phase II facility. 369 370 Timeframe for Off-site Improvements: 371 372 In lieu of utilization of a written subdivision improvements agreement and the 373 pledge of security, the applicant and the Town Council agree that the following 374 provisions shall constitute and substitute for the required subdivision improvement 375 agreement in the Municipal Code: 376 377 1. The off-site Divide Road improvements, all associated infrastructure, grading, 378 drainage and the detention pond shall be completed prior to the issuance of a 379 Certificate of Occupancy for the VMF. 380 VO TC Ord. 01-16 Page 10 of 10 381 2. The Divide Road improvements shall be borne by the applicant. Subsequent 382 road maintenance to Town standards, including snow removal, shall be borne 383 by the applicant, successors, and assigns. 384 385 3. Landscaping shall be installed in the spring or fall of the affected year following 386 issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for the constructed VMF facility. 387 3 8 s Recording: 389 390 Upon execution, a copy of this ordinance with exhibits shall be filed and recorded 391 by the Town, at the applicant's expense, in the office of the Pitkin County Clerk 392 and Recorder. 393 394 395 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town 396 of Snowmass Village on First Reading on November 5, 2001 upon a motion by 397 Council Member , the second of Council Member 398 and upon a vote of_ in favor and against. 399 400 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town 401 of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on November 12, 2001 upon a 402 motion by Council Member , the second of Council Member 403 and upon a vote of_ in favor and _ opposed. 404 405 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 406 TOWN COUNCIL 407 408 409 410 411 T. Michael Manchester, Mayor 412 413 ATTEST: 414 415 416 417 418 Trudi Worline, Town Clerk EXHIBIT A TC Ord. 01-16 Existing Approvals vs. Proposed Amendment Page 1 of 13 Permitted Use Comparison The Divide Vehicle Maintenance Facility was approved in Ordinance 16 of 1989 with the following uses permitted by right: - Ski area maintenance shop and equipment storage facilities. - Ski area operational and supervisory offices. - Receiving and storage for ski area restaurant equipment and supplies. - Employee housing. - Accessory uses and facilities related to any of the above uses,arts and supply storage, ski but not limited to, access roads, fuel storage and dispensing,p patrol locker area and multi-purpose room. rises a 25% list of the approved use rarea sizes compared to the proposed amended use az a sizes The is a quantities are in square feet: Approved --------------Amended---------------- Major Structures Phase 1 Phase 2 Total -Two primary buildings for allowed uses. -Summary structures for trash and fuel storage. -Anticipated program by type of use: 28,850 14,810 14,000 28,81 a. Total building area 18,405 3,870 7,600 11,470 b. Snowcat storage and maintenance 4,320 4,620 - 4,620 c. Restaurant receiving 3,917 1,520 4,800 6,320 d. Ski patrol and multi-purpose 2,208 4,800 1,600 6,400 e. Employee housing Land Use Parameters 28,850 sf 28.810 37;O„ F-�M Max` xiinum bnildmg square footage �1r114N&O 36R -Maximum builidng height 34 ft M " M"n~l - Average building height na na -Maximum number of dwelling units/acre 0.25 -Allowable F.A.R. 29 spaces 30 spaces -Minimum amount of parking spaces 0 acres -Minimum amount of open space -Minimum number and minimum square footage of up to 3 BR up to9 BR Restricted housing units 8Z � a IN c , c i ° A � EXHIBIT A r` 0 TC Ord. 01-16 XAo U Page 2 of 13 01-1 N ho v ,.III `, '` ` _.� �`• .� ,n 1 �� ; , '1 � >o e 1,r", , I ,•` (j` `• ,)\ '`-O`N :(•� 1.. 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Michael Manchester called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on September 28th, 2001 at 9:12 a.m. COUNCIL PRESENT: T. Michael Manchester, Arnold Mordkin, Robert Purvis, Douglas Mercatoris, Richard Virtue VLF MEMBERS PRESENT: Pat O' Donnell, Don Schuster, Bill Kane, Brett Huske, Greg Rulon, Mary Harris, Barbara Lucks, Jim France, John Norton, Jim Horowitz, John Francis, Maureen Stapleton, Chris Nolen, Bill Burwell, Jim Baker, John Humphreys PLANNING COMMISSION PRESENT Mark Stout, Bob Fridstein, George Huggins, Jim Gustafson, Doug Faurer STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; David Peckler, Transportation Manager INTRAWEST STAFF: Paul Shepperd, Gary Raymond, Paul Belserene, David Kleinkopf, Michael Coyle, Paul Smith, Alex Gabriel PUBLIC PRESENT: Kristen Skirkanich, Dale Fulbank, Jen Uncapher, Shelley Marks, Deidre Boineau, Jullie Schopper Mele, Tom Rockwell, Marci Jennings, Carolyn Purvis, Bruce Bauman, Rob Robinson, Robert Sinko, Jeremy Assalone, Sally Sparhawk, Phyllis McFillen, David Myler, Madeleine Osberger, John Rex, Nancy Shalen, Mary Lupo, Nick Coates, Sardy Ferlison, Piper Heger, Sandra Francis PRE-SKETCH MEETING WITH ASPEN SKIING COMPANY AND INTRAWEST This Pre-sketch Meeting was combined with a meeting of the Village Leadership Forum (VLF). Mayor Manchester opened the meeting by briefly explaining the Pre-Sketch application process to the VLF members and the public. The Pre-Sketch process allows Town Council to hold an informal non-binding discussion with the applicant. q5 ' Mayor Manchester introduced Jose Santigo, the VLF Process Consultant. Mr. Santiago outlined the agenda for the day including the process for VLF input and public participation. He explained that the meeting consisted of three parts, including VLF business and discussion about the Planks, a presentation by Intrawest, and discussion among the public, the VLF and Intrawest. Bob Purvis provided a brief history of the VLF, the importance of the VLF Aspiration Statement, the individual Planks and how they interrelate, and the purpose of the Economic Model to form a strategic Forward Plan. Michael Coyle of Intrawest then introduced the other Intrawest staff. He also briefly explained the Intrawest envisioning process. Gary Raymond of Intrawest provided an overview of his background and experience. He explained how Intrawest develops resort villages. He gave statistics on the impacts of resort development upon regional economies. A question and answer session followed among VLF members, the public and Intra West officials, regarding impact upon existing properties, the overall resort experience, and the integration of Mall businesses and resort markets, in general. A fifteen-minute film was then shown defining the Intrawest Resort Village. The film explained the total resort experience, including the Intrawest Resort Creed. It also explained the complicated nature of Resort Villages and provided information about Intra West's master planning design philosophy. Michael Colye of Intrawest, facilitated a group session including all present in order to identify influences that would create character for Snowmass Village. A scribe and reporter were appointed for each group and each group reported their findings. The groups were then asked to identify six specific things that Base Village could be famous for. The groups reported their lists of references. The four groups were asked to suggest names for Base Village and reported out accordingly. Finally, the groups were asked to draft a 125-word essay describing the Village in the year 2010. The groups explained their visions, which were noted by the Intrawest storytellers. The Meeting adjourned at 4:00 p.m. Respectfully Submitted Gary Suiter, Town Manager �qb � SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OCTOBER 01, 2001 CALL TO ORDER AT 2:00 P.M. Mayor Manchester called to order the Regular Meeting of October 1, 2001 at 2:08 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: T. Michael Manchester, Arnold Mordkin Douglas Mercatoris, Richard Virtue, and Robert Purvis COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Bernadette Bathelenghi, Landscape Architect; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, Don Schuster, Gerd VanMoorsel, John Rex, Kristen Skirkanich and other members of the Public interested in Agenda items for this Meeting. Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS There were no public comments Item No. 3: ENTRYWAY IMPROVEMENTS DISCUSSION In response to a Council request, Benadette Barhelenghi, Landscape Architect, reviewed the Master Plan Improvements for Brush Creek, the Golf Course realignment, and the roundabout conceptual design, proposing that the projects be built in conjunction with each other. Public Works Director, Hunt Walker noted that one of the major pieces missing for the roundabout is the triangle piece owned by Seven Star. The Council discussed the bridges, dredging of the pond, the relocation of the stream and the design of the roundabout. Council wanted to further evaluate the alternatives available to them with no decision being made at this time. The Mayor 10-01-01tc Page 2 observed that none of the components of the project appear to conflict with one another and that the projects could be phased. Item No. 4: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 23, SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN FOR SNOWMASS CLUB Mercatoris made a motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No. 23, Series of 2001, seconded by Virtue. Mayor Manchester opened the Public Hearing at 2:30 p.m. There being no public comments, Council reviewed the Ordinance page by page and made various changes to the language. Virtue made a motion to table Second Reading of the Ordinance to the next Regular Meeting to allow amendments to be made and Council time to review of the changes. Mercatoris seconded the motion. The motion to table was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester closed the Public Hearing at 3:20 p.m. Item No. 5: APPROVAL OF 08-20-01 AND 09-17-01 MEETING MINUTES Mercatoris made a motion to approve the Minutes of August 20, 2001, seconded by Virtue. Council Member Mordkin requested a change on page 5, under the Item entitled Emergency Response Plan, in the Minutes of August 20, 2001, by adding the word "Manager" after the word "Town". There being no further changes, the Minutes were approved as amended, by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Mercatoris made a motion to approve the Minutes of September 17, 2001, seconded by Mayor Manchester. Council Member Mordkin requested a change on Page 2, third paragraph, fifth sentence, should be changed by including the phrase "consideration should be given as to whether this proposal would exceed the cap". There being no further changes or additions, the motion was approved as amended, by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No. 6 MANAGER'S REPORT Budget Philosophy Suiter requested Council direction regarding philosophy as it relates to the upcoming Council Budget Review, presentation techniques and meeting schedule. Mayor Manchester suggested an overall summary, a summary for each department, charts depicting the trends in a graphic format and that detail be readily available for backup and reference purposes. Council also requested a report showing frontline staff cost, frontline plus one, and then all other staff. They also wanted to see discretionary and non-discretionary numbers in total. Council does not wish to see the budget numbers out to 2005. Council will meet with the Town Manager and the Finance Director on October 29`h and 30`" from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and follow-up meeting on November 8'" from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. . 9g ' 10-01-01tc Page 3 Incident Report - TOSV Computer Virus Council Member Virtue requested that staff obtain a second opinion regarding the recent computer virus incident. Purvis inquired of procedures which may have kept the backup from infecting both the new and old server. Council directed staff to contact colleagues to determine how they were affected by the virus. The Town Manager will report to Council on this issue in a future Manager's Report. Item No. 7 DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS/STATUS REPORT Community Park Council Member Purvis stated that a recent soccer tournament held the previous weekend at Community Park left the Park cluttered with debris and in an unacceptable state. He requested that staff seek restitution from groups who leave the Park in unsatisfactory condition. Free Trees Council Member Mercatoris reminded staff to contact Don Schuster in an effort to obtain some of the large trees being removed from the Snowmass Club Phase II Project. He requested that the trees be planted at Daly Townhomes, between Creekside Parking Lot and Brush Creek Road, and at the Crossing's landscape easement. Mecatoris stated that Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT)funds could be used to pay for removal and planting. Item No. 8: CALENDARS No discussion on this item. Item No. 9: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Council Member Mordkin made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Purvis. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor T. Michael Manchester had left at 3:50 p.m. The meeting adjourned at 4:30 p.m. Submitted By: Rhonda B. Coxon, Deputy Town Clerk SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OCTOBER 15, 2001 Mayor Manchester called to order the Regular Meeting of Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, October 15, 2001 at 1:04 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: T. Michael Manchester, Arnold Mordkin, Robert Purvis, and Richard Virtue COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Douglas Mercatoris STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Art Smythe, Chief of Police; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk; Rhonda B. Coxon, Deputy Town Clerk; Bernadette Barthelenghi, Landscape Architect; Craig Thompson, Community Development Director PUBLIC PRESENT: Bill Kane, Victor Gerdin, Madeleine Osberger, Ted Guy, Deidre Boineau, John Rex, Dave Myler, Keith Kamin, Judy Burwell, Steve Parmalee, Mike Kauffman, Jeff Dahl, Joe Wells, Janice Huggins, George Huggins, Warren Palmer, and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda. DISCUSSION AGENDA Item No. 2: MINOR PUD AMENDMENT: VMF LOT 44, DIVIDE Bill Kane, of the Aspen Skiing Company, explained the history of this project, which was at one time designated for all vehicle maintenance and delivery bays for on- mountain restaurants. Due to the location of this facility and the distance required for snowcats to travel to Elk Camp, High Alpine and Two Creeks, this location would not be ideal for snowcats. The original building proposal was for 29,000 square feet. The current building proposal is for approximately 14,000, which will incorporate on- mountain shipping and receiving, trash/recycle functions, snowmobile maintenance, rubber tire maintenance, officer/locker space, storage and six employee housing units. Kane stated that a second building would be proposed as a part of Phase II, which is not included in the current proposal. �'oo ' 10-15-01 tc Page 2 of 9 Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner, and Town Council reviewed the core issues for this project which included, access, usage and operations of the facility, architecture/height variance, additional off-site impacts and miscellaneous items such as the minor PUD amendment criteria, review of the Phase II facility and the Subdivision Improvement Agreement. A straw vote was conducted in relation to the height variance resulting in a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. Council requested language be included in the approval document requiring a means to allow skiers to get from the Ditch Trail through Parking Lot 44 to Krabloonik restaurant. Kane suggested a blanket easement through the property for skier access to be identified in the near future. Mayor Manchester stated that as a part of normal procedure, if Council does not comment on any written text included in the Staff Report or on the Planning Commission Resolution, staff may then assume that Council agrees with the text. Council commended staff on the form and content of packet information for this item. Item No. 3: OFFICES AT SNOWMASS MINOR PUD AMENDMENT AND SUBDIVISION EXEMPTON Mayor Manchester recused himself and stepped down from the Council table, stating a conflict of interest. Mordkin conducted the discussion. Jim Wahlstom, Senior Planner, explained that the applicant would like to enclose the existing decks in the upper level of the structure. He explained that when previously approved, Floor Area Calculation did not include decks. The current Code allows for decks to be included in the Floor Area Calculation. Other core issues that were discussed pertained to parking ratio, parking usage and restrictions, modifications to permitted use list, architecture, consent from adjacent landowners for change in use and road easement. Mike Kauffman, Attorney representing the applicant, reviewed the details of the land swap. Kauffman slated that landscaped islands proposed by the Town would not be worth the loss of parking spaces. Steve Parmalee owner of the Offices at Brush Creek, stated that management of the parking is more of a problem than lack of parking spaces. Jeff Dahl, architect from T. Michael Manchester's office and representing the applicant, explained that the enclosure would not increase the footprint of the building or the roof line, only the cubic square footage of the upper offices. Wahlstrom noted that the Exchange Agreement (for the land swap) has been signed by both landowners and is included as an attachment. Council requested that the Public Works Department be notified of the shared dumpster so billing can be appropriated correctly. Council, staff and the applicant reviewed the draft ordinance and made minor changes that will be reflected in Second Reading of the ordinance. X101 ' 10-15-01 tc Page 3 of 9 Item No. 4: SNOWMASS CHAPEL EXPANSION SKETCH PLAN PUD DISCUSSION Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner explained that the Snowmass Chapel has proposed a building addition on the east side of the Community Center. Wahlstrom noted that this is the second meeting of the Sketch Plan Process for this proposal. Bob Schiller, representing the applicant, provided electronic visuals of the expansion, including the organ in the sanctuary and simulated pictures of the steeple and the church landmark in the current landscape. The existing sanctuary space would be used for lectures, presentations, meetings and wedding receptions. The lower floor of the new building would be used for choir practice, Sunday school rooms and meeting space for non-profit organizations. Council Member Mordkin voiced his concerns regarding the height and mass of this proposed project. James Light explained that the size of this building is being driven by the organ, which has already been ordered and purchased. He also feels that the natural landscaping in this location allows for a building of this nature. Council Member Purvis noted core issues of height, ridgeline, mass and scale and stated that these issues most likely would be resolved at a later Meeting. Mayor Manchester stated that the boom of a crane parked on the site depicted the height of the structure and reported that the structure would penetrate the ridgeline. Council requested the digital photographs taken by Town staff of the site when the crane was in position. Council would prefer that the structure not penetrate the ridgeline. Council discussed the history of the height variance. Council requested that Schiller provide Council with photo simulations of the crane boom lowered ten feet from that shown in previous photos. Mayor Manchester requested that two hours be scheduled on the November 5, 2001 Council Agenda to further discuss this topic. Item No. 7: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS KN Energy Rate Decrease Gail Neben, representing KN Energy, reported a decrease in natural gas rates as of October 1, 2001. She reported a 28-percent rate decrease for residential customers and 29-percent rate decrease for commercial customers. Mayor Manchester called for a break at this time. He reconvened the Meeting at 6:34 p.m. Item No. 5: PARCEL F PARKING LOT Bernadette Barthelenghi, Landscape Architect, presented a plan to address the parking problems at Parking Lot F, in response to a Council request to identify a location for parking near the entrance to the Owl Creek and Tom Blake Trails. Barthelenghi presented two options, both of which lie partially on Town land and partially on Snowmass Land Company (SLC) land. After further discussion Council ��6 10-15-01 tc Page 4 of 9 requested that Barthelenghi contact the landowners to determine if they would be willing to allow the Town to construct the entire parking lot on SLC land. Barthelenghi will provide Council with a response in the near future. Item No. 7 cont'd: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS Jack Hatfield, Snowmass Village citizen, stated his opposition to purchase of the Rodeo property with funds acquired for the Droste conservation easement. He requested that the Droste money be used only for future open space acquisition. Hatfield suggested a ballot question be submitted to the electorate at the November 6, 2001 Special Municipal Election requesting an increase in the Mill Levy to provide additional funds to purchase the Rodeo property. Hatfield also stated his opposition to the size of the proposed Chapel expansion. He also requested that Council regulate the parking on Brush Creek Road at the location of the Timbers construction. Mayor Manchester requested that Hatfield, as a County Commission, make a request to the Board of County Commissioners to once again join with the Town in an effort to discourage traffic from using Owl Creek Road during elk migration. Hatfield will discuss the issue with the County Commissioners and deliver the reply to Council. NOTE: Mayor Manchester re-arranged the Agenda items to accommodate those in attendance at this Meeting. Item No. 8: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO.14, SERIES OF 2001 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT AND SECOND READING CONSIDERATION OF AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING A MINOR PUD APPLICATION TO AMEND THE GRACIES CABIN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT FOR LOT 2, GRACIES CABIN SUBDIVISION. The Planning Director reviewed changes to the Ordinance as requested by Council at the October 8, 2001 Council Meeting. There being no further discussion, a roll-call vote was taken and Second Reading of Ordinance No. 14, Series of 2001 was approved as amended, by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. Item No. 11: SEVEN STAR RANCH PUD REQUEST FOR EXTENSION The Town Manager referred to a letter from Joe Wells, representing Seven Star Ranch, requesting a 60-day extension of time for Final PUD review of Seven Star's development application. Wells stated that he is still in the process of working with two Owl Creek landowners to obtain approval to construct an access road through their property. He stated that the owner of Lot 9 has agreed to the access, although the owner of Lot 10 has not provided his permission to construct an access through his property. After further discussion, Virtue made a motion to approve the extension of time, seconded by Purvis. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. 003 . 10-15-01 tc Page 5 of 9 Item No. 9: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 24, SERIES OF 2001 OFFICES AT SNOWMASS MINOR PUD AMENDMENT AND SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION Mayor Manchester stepped down from the Council table, recusing himself from participation on this Ordinance as well as the following Resolution No. 43, Series of 2001, due to a conflict of interest. Mayor Manchester's architectural office is located at the Offices at Snowmass. Staff summarized the application. Virtue made a motion to approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 24, Series of 2001, seconded by Purvis. Jack Hatfield requested that Council consider the parking ratio at this location. After further discussion, First Reading of the Ordinance was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester had stepped down from the Council table. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. Item No. 10: RESOLUTION NO. 43, SERIES OF 2001 SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION FOR BRUSH CREEK OFFICES (OFFICES AT SNOWMASS) Council Member Virtue made a motion to table action on Resolution No. 43, Series of 2001 to the November 5, 2001 Regular Town Council Meeting in order that Council may act on Second Reading of Ordinance No. 24 at the same Meeting. Purvis seconded the motion. The motion to table was approved by a vote of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. Mayor Manchester had stepped down from the Council table. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. Item No. 12: APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE REGULAR MEETING Mayor Manchester made a motion to approval the Minutes of October 01, 2001 seconded by Virtue. Mordkin requested correction to a typographical error in the Minutes of October 01, 2001, Page 184, in the title of Item No. 4 by changing the word "or" to the word "for". There being no further additions or corrections, the Minutes were approved as amended, by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. Item No. 13: MANAGER'S REPORT Emergency Response Program In response to Mayor Manchester's inquiry after the plane crash in Snowmass Village, Art Smythe, Chief of Police explained the roles of the Town Council and at what point they become involved in an emergency situation. Government Finance Officers Association Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for 2001 Congratulations were extended to the Finance Department for receiving this award for the second year in a row. 10-15-01 tc Page 6 of 9 Aspen Valley Medical Foundation The Town Manager stated his appreciation to the Aspen Valley Medical Foundation who recently awarded the Police Department with a grant to allow the purchase of automated external defibrillators for the patrol cars. Item No. 14: DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS Ballot Issue Town Attorney Steve Connor, disturbed and reviewed the Colorado Municipal League's permissible activities information in relation to the November 6, 2001 Special Election. Council requested that staff provide a resolution stating the Council's support of the ballot question and assist the Snowmass Sun with a public forum. Council will hold a Special Meeting on October 29, 2001. Item No. 15: CALENDARS November Calendar Purvis requested that the Budget Meeting scheduled for November 8, 2001 be removed from the Calendar. Council Member Mordkin will not be able to attend the November 5, 2001 Regular Council Meeting. Budget In response to an inquiry from Purvis, the Town Manager stated that budget charts would be distributed to Council within the upcoming week. Item No. 16: EXECUTIVE SESSION - Colorado revised Statues 24-6-402 (4) (f) - Snowmass Village Municipal Code Chapter 2, Article III, Section 2- 45 (c) (6) Executive Sessions. Manchester stated the following: At this time the Town Council will 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 Personnel Matters — Discussion with the Town Manager, however, no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, rule, regulation or formal action shall occur at any Executive Session. At 7:46 Mordkin made a motion to convene to Executive Session for the above purposes. Virtue seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. At 8:57 p.m. Virtue made a motion to reconvene the Regular Meeting, seconded by Purvis. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. The Executive Session was audio recorded. The audiotape will be held in the possession of the Town Attorney. /O 10-15-01 tc Page 7 of 9 Item No. 17: ADJOURNMENT (MEETING CONTINUED) At 8:58 p.m. Mayor Manchester continued the Regular Meeting of October 15, 2001 to Friday, October 19, 2001 at 8:30 a.m. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OCTOBER 15, 2001 CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 19, 2001 Mayor Manchester opened the Regular Snowmass Village Town Council Meeting of October 15, 2001 continued to October 19, 2001, at 8:35 a.m. COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Arnold Mordkin, Robert Purvis and Richard Virtue COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Douglas Mercatoris STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger and Jack Hatfield NOTE: This item was not included on the October 15, 2001 Regular Town Council Meeting Agenda. Item No. 7: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS (continued) The following issue was addressed at the September 4, 2001 Council Meeting, whereby Council gave approval to move the staging area up the hill from the Divide intersection at an area outlined by the Public Works Director. RFTA Bus Staging Area Jack Hatfield, representing the Creekside Homeowner's Board, stated the Board's opposition to relocating the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) buses staging area across from the Creekside Employee Housing. He stated that the Creekside Homeowners were not notified or considered in this decision. Manchester explained that Council has directed staff on several occasions to investigate alternative areas where the bus staging area could be relocated and to reduce the size of the waiting area to accommodate one or two buses. The previous area where the buses were staging was near the Divide Road intersection and considered to be unsafe. After further discussion, Manchester stated that measures would be taken to allow only two buses to stage in that area and reduce the amount of time the buses are staged in the area, as a trial during the upcoming Winter season. If problems are identified, _ 1co 6aw 10-15-01 tc Page 8 of 9 Council will again address the issue in the Spring of 2002. Item No. 16a: RESOLUTION NO. 44, SERIES OF 2001 A RESOLUTION STATING THE IMPORTANCE AND DESIRE ON THE PART OF THE TOWN COUNCIL THAT ALL REGISTERED SNOWMASS VILLAGE ELECTORATE VOTE YES FOR THE RODEO PURCHASE ON THE NOVEMBER 6, 2001 BALLOT SPECIAL ELECTION QUESTION Mordkin made a motion to approve Resolution No. 44, Series of 2001, seconded by Virtue. Jack Hatfield, citizen, stated his opposition to the amount of the purchase price and to the language "other monies on hand" included in the ballot questions. Council explained the process whereby all parties came to an agreement on the purchase price, the process involved, the history of"other monies" Council plans to use to purchase the land, previous ballot language. approved by the electors to purchase the Rodeo property, importance of the Rodeo property to plan the Entryway and the Rodeo event to Snowmass Village. After further discussion, the Resolution was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. Mayor Manchester stated that Council Member Mercatoris requested that his approval of the Resolution be voiced at this Meeting as a part of the record. Item No. 14 cont'd): DISCUSSION COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS VLF Media Representative Purvis requested that the Snowmass Sun consider an appropriate media representative to serve on the Village Leadership Forum (VLF). The representative would replace media representation vacated when Carolyn Sackariason, previously of the Snowmass Sun, moved away from the area. Ballot Question Information Sheet and Guest Commentary Council discussed the issue of providing an information sheet to the public regarding the Election Question that will be included on the November 6, 2001 Special Election Snowmass Village. Council agreed to provide a Guest Commentary to be published in the Snowmass Sun newspaper. Council also agreed to mail an information sheet to the Snowmass Village citizens from Council Members acting as individuals and forming a committee as citizens of Snowmass Village. Budget Presentation Charts and Grafts The Town Manager stated that the Budget presentation charts requested by Council during the October 8, 2001 Council Meeting have been drafted and provided to Council Member Purvis for review and refinement. Span of Control Charts will be provided to Council for review and comment before the Budget Hearings. He explained that most of the positions identified as "+1" positions also perform duties as "front line" personnel. Purvis requested the documents also be summarized on one page and include a total amount for each position ow /e1 10-15-01 tc Page 9 of 9 category. All charts and graphs will be available in color for Council review no later than Tuesday, October 30, 2001. The Town Manager also stated that the "Project Chart" has been placed in Chambers for Council review and comment. Item No. 17: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Virtue made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Mordkin. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 9:24 a.m. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Rhonda B. Coxon, Deputy Town Clerk Qg , SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES OCTOBER 22, 2001 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, October 22, 2001 at 6:05 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: T. Michael Manchester, Robert Purvis, Richard Virtue, Arnold Mordkin COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Douglas Mercatoris STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger Item No. 2: EXECUTIVE DISCUSSION Colorado Revised Statutes 24-6-402(4)(F) Snowmass Village Municipal Code Chapter 2, III, Section 2-45(c)(6) Manchester stated the following: At this time it is the intent of the Town Council to adjourn the Public Meeting currently in progress and convene an Executive Session that will be closed to the public. The topic for discussion in the Executive Session will be personnel matters. However, no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, rule, regulation or formal action shall occur at any Executive Session. At 6:08 p.m. Council Member Purvis made a motion to convene to Executive Session for the above purposes. Council Member Virtue seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. At 7:40 p.m. Council Member Purvis made a motion to reconvene the Special Meeting, seconded by Council Member Virtue. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. The Executive Session was audio recorded. The audiotape will be kept in the possession of the Mayor. 10-22-01tc Page 2 Item No. 3: ADJOURNMENT At 7:41 p.m. Council Member Virtue made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Council Member Purvis. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mercatoris was absent. Submitted By: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk �t /0 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES OCTOBER 29, 2001 Mayor T. Michael Manchester called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, October 29, 2001 at 9:45 a.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor T. Michael Manchester, Douglas Mercatoris, Robert Purvis, and Arnold Mordkin Council Member Virtue arrived at 10:01 a.m. COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Steve Connor, Town Attorney; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director; Carey Shanks, Assistant to the Town Manager; Trudi Worline, Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT: Jim Hooker and Madeleine Osberger REGULAR AGENDA Item No. 2: EMERGENCY ORDINACE NO. 27, SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE ISSUING BONDS FOR THE DALY TOWNHOME EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT Mordkin made a motion to approve Emergency Ordinance No. 27, Series of 2001, seconded by Mercatoris. The Town Attorney explained the provisions for emergency ordinance concerning debt as outlined in the Town Charter and further explained that the time period associated for First and Second Reading of an Ordinance would extend the time inordinately to lock in rates and close in a timely fashion to obtain the desirable rates, to allow for financing in the most expeditious manner. He stated that approval of the Ordinance requires a majority vote of Council. Mayor Manchester stated that this item would be tabled until later in this Meeting when Council Member Virtue would be present to vote. Item No. 3: RESOLUTION NO. 46, SERIES OF 2001 , Its i 11-05-01 tc Page 2 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING INTENT TO ACQUIRE THE WOODRUN V DUMPSTER SITE The Town Attorney outlined changes to the Resolution by including the Public Works Director as a designated party authorized to sign the offer to purchase the property. He also requested a change in Section 3, adding the language "the settlement of the dispute" in place of the word "disputes." Mercatoris made a motion to approve Resolution No. 46, Series of 2001, seconded by Mayor Manchester. The motion was approved as amended, by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Virtue was absent. The Town Attorney stated that the appraisal, which would be used as the basis for purchase, was $2.00 per square foot as fee for the site, consisting of 4,000 square feet and includes the site claimed adverse possession by the Town. The site includes the area required for expansion as well as the area currently in use as the dumpster site. The appraisal also includes square footage costs for a temporary construction easement at $.06 per square foot. Staff is further investigating the need to purchase a construction easement. The Town Attorney expressed the need to address other claims that may arise and concluded that the offer should be approximately $10,000 to $12,000 in order to settle all disputes and to acquire the site. If there is no response to the Town's offer to purchase within an appropriate time limit, Council would then need to determine if they wish to proceed with condemnation of the property. Mayor Manchester called a five-minute break at this time and reconvened at 10:01 a.m. Council Member Virtue arrived at the Meeting. Item No. 2 cont'd: EMERGENCY ORDINACE NO. 27, SERIES OF 2001 AN ORDINANCE ISSUING BONDS FOR THE DALY TOWNHOME EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT At roll-call vote was taken and Emergency Ordinance No. 27, Series of 2001 was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Item No. 4 : ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Virtue made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Mordkin. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 10:16 a.m. Submitted By, Trudi Worline, Town Clerk too TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: November 5, 2001 Agenda Item: JOB DESCRIPTION, PERFORMANCE STANDARDS AND 2001 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Presented By: Gary Suiter, Town Manager Core Issues: . Establishing organizational performance standards for continuous improvement. Establishing measurable criteria for evaluation of the Town Manager's performance. General Info: Attached are the Town Manager's Job Description, Performance Standards and 2001 Specific Objectives for your review. Council adopted the Job Description last month. The Performance Standards and Specific Objectives have been consolidated and amended to place a greater emphasis upon Council/Manager Roles and Projects. These documents will provide guidance, clarity and focus to Staff and Council, thereby taking our team performance to a higher level. This document is in final form and any modifications should either eliminate duplicity or addspecificity. Council Options: Approve or modify Performance Standards and 2001 Specific Objectives. Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that Council provide final input for further clarification and/or specificity and approve the Performance Standards and 2001 Specific Objectives. The Job Description had previously been approved) Apoprcr,) 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. SKILLS/ABILITIES 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.8/01 .try ow TOWN MANAGER'S PERFORMANCE STANDARDS & SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES KEY AREA OF MEASURING PERFORMANCE 2001 SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITY CRITERIA STANDARD OBJECTIVES TOWN COUNCIL AND • Clarity of roles • Minimize Council • Clarify Town TOWN MANAGER'S involvement in day-today Manager/Council Roles ROLES operations by September 14th TOWN COUNCIL AND • Timeliness of • Manager's facilitation of • Complete council projects TOWN MANAGER'S completion Council projects to within agreed timeframes CURRENT PROJECTS successful completion • Snowmelt Road • Present for Council approval for funding and phasing by July 31, 2001 • Woodrun V Trash • Resolve site issue by Issue December 31, 2001 ` • Brushcreek Highline • Complete the following: Intersection Engineer Estimates by _ September 30th 1 • Plans and specifications ready to ` • Bid by December 31 ST • Entry Way Sign • Constructed by December 31, 2001 1 TOWN COUNCIL AND TOWN MANAGER'S CURRENT PROJECTS (cont'd) • Updating Employee • Implementation as of Evaluation System January 151, 2002 • Daly Townhome Employee Housing • Less than 10% deviation from construction schedule and bud et ANNUAL SPECIFIC Completion of Recommend and agree OBJECTIVES specific objectives Annual Specific Objectives within agreed by January 15"'. timeframe GENERAL MGM'T AND ADMINISTRATION • Operations Operational Present Council with Indicators Monthly Operational ` Indicators and analysis 1 • Contract Admin. Frequency of Review and analyze all 1 review 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. 2 GENERAL MGM'T AND ADMINISTRATION (cont'd) • Forward Planning • Currency of"fit for • Implement annual specific purpose" projects objectives within agreed timeframes. LAW ENFORCEMENT • Frequency of • Review Code of review Ordinances at least biannually for consistency and obsolescence. • Crime rate and • Establish and achieve • Maintain zero growth in traffic accidents annual specific objectives. total crimes reported. . Maintain zero growth in traffic accidents. BUILDING PERMITS . Tum-around time • Establish and achieve • Conduct quantitative AND INSPECTIONS & Customer annual specific objectives. survey of customers with Service goals of assessing customer satisfaction and identifying areas in need of improvement. ` Timeliness of building Issue single family permit issuance residential permits within .� 4 weeks of receipt of Jcomplete application. • Response time . Respond to all inspection requests within 24 hours. LAND USE PLANNING . Response time • Respond to all land use applications within timeframes prescribed by Code. 3 LAND USE PLANNING • Customer • Conduct annual customer (cont'd) Satisfaction 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 status ENVIRONMENT reporting of Wildlife Plans at least annually. • Number of Bear • Establish and achieve Reduce number of bear incidents annual target. incidents by 5 percent. TECHNOLOGY • Frequency of Web • Evaluate technology and Page enhance TOSV Web Page enhancement at least annually. • Frequency of • Evaluate computer infrastructure infrastructure at least evaluation annually and apply new ` technology to increase speed, stability and efficiency 1 HUMAN RESOURCES • Frequency of Evaluate performance of performance and every TOSV employee at merit reviews least annually. 4 HUMAN RESOURCES Frequency of Conduct comparable (cont'd) Market Studies Market Study and evaluate and ompensation efficiency and consistency Plan Updates of Compensation Plan at least bi-annually. Frequency of Monitor Personnel laws Personnel Policy and update Policies at least Review annually. FINANCE Timeliness of • Close the books by the 15th closing the books. of each month. • Completion of • Complete the Annual Audit Annual Audit. by April 30 of the following year and present to Council by June 30th. • Operational • Report revenues and Indicators expenses at least monthly. Provide staff and Council with ample warning of any potential budgetary 1 problems. 1 Establish and achieve annual target for General 1 Fund expenditures. • Budget and Establish and achieve Expenditures shall not Project target budgets and exceed budget or budget management schedules for major revisions as necessary to projects. balance revisions or reserves against such expenditures 5 FINANCE Major project (cont'd) expenditures shall not exceed 10% of approved project costs. PUBLIC WORKS • Road Division • Timeliness of • Evaluate, clean and repair spring cleanup all ROW signs, culverts and fences within one month of the lifts closing. • Shop Division • Effectiveness of • Establish and achieve Deviation from vehicle repair annual specific objectives manufacturer's for compliance with vehicle recommended service and equipment intervals will be less that manufacturer service 5%• intervals. • Establish and achieve Establish and achieve annual specific objectives annual specific objectives ` for vehicle returns (go- for vehicle (go-backs). backs). 1 •. • Solid Waste • Timeliness of solid . Establish and achieve 90% Completion rate of 7� waste pick-up annual specific objectives scheduled routes. (route schedules)for pick 1 up of all solid waste. Transportation • Volume of • Establish and achieve Recyclables maintained recyclables annual specific objectives at 8% of total waste for volume of recyclables. stream 6 PUBLIC WORKS Transit Establish and achieve Achieve at least the (cont'd) Productivity& Best annual specific objectives following: Management for performance, by route, • Cost of$2.50 or less Practices using Cost Allocation Model per passenger trip for Cost per Passenger, . 1.5 passengers or Passengers per Mile and more per mile Passengers per Hour. • 18.5 passengers or more per hour • Number of Establish and achieve • 15,000 mile or less per Accidents annual specific targets for accident Accidents per Mile. HOUSING Occupancy Rate Maintain Occupancy rate of • Meet the 2001 budgeted 98% or better vacancy factors by complex. • Turnover time • Apartments will turn over within four days. ` Frequency of Review and comment on Policy revisions Housing Guidelines at least annually. Timeliness of Maintain all housing Maintain all housing maintenance and product within established product within established capital maintenance and capital maintenance and capital replacement schedules. replacement replacement schedules. re P CLERK Timeliness of Establish and achieve achieving annual annual targets for Municipal targets. Code updates; completion of minutes; archiving documents; legal notifications; updates of procedure manuals; and banking deposits. 7 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 governing documents. EXTERNAL RELATIONS • Public • Frequency of Attend at least three community contact community events annually. 1 • Intergovernmental • Frequency of • Meet with other local and meeting with other state officials at least three ` government times/year. officials N • Completion of • Recommend and agree Nspecific objectives Annual Specific Objectives 1 within agreed by January 15th. timeframe 8 November Packet Calendar 2001 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3:00 P.M. Election Day 4:00 P.M. T.C.MTG. EOTC @ �pyL G Aspen City Council {/� U+ Chambers 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 10:00- 12:00 Budget Wrap Up 2:00 P.M. T.C.MTG. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2:00 P.M. Thanksgiving T.C.MTG. 25 26 27 28 29 30 - /Z3 � 1 T7673 i " Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2:00 P.M. T.C.MTG. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 2:00 P.M. T.C.MTG. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2:00 P.M. T.C.MTG. 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Christmas 30 31 New Years Eve _ ,� y, - 1 tf� :.:. .. � .1'�� 141 I � i r � v y �(.Y� iiY�[i� 11 1 1 f ri '�f-J �'1,•-u' ,F ':{„ tc I 'h n � • �iX i '' x•~ z.•« z fit.,', ,r...,k �n ^ F ��7,� Gam. ! Vii„ i.1A , r I r. .. i Ir�yl p.. _ �1• 1i�! �2 gyp,;--.7.� ;E 1 r a 7 to ! tAp• 7• - y .9 r � � r 3 to r. p 11, P i . I r 4 s t - a , ` tea jLN ni't i :1.\ � '�Y w t b Ti,�{ ;1 r'+�"•t gf �'1�ti�}„ , �, ,� +r* t / 4 .el / r y, !4 . PP l� It I i yy t, 4 q le 1 l *1 1•' � y� L t 1 , z �. d OPPONENTS SHORT NOTICE RESPONSE MORE TO COME SNOWMASS:. LUB PHASE II P.UD OPPONENTS FAIRWAY DRIVE PROPERTY OWNERS a o-; NAME LOT ADDRESS PHONE COMMENT , BARNHILL.BILL CCU 1 /LOT 19 368 FAIRWAY DRIVE BURSTEN,ANDREW CCU 1 /LOT 11 321 FAIRWAY DRIVE 713.821-1286 COUTURIER,MAURICECCU 1 /LOT 24 208 FAIRWAY DRIVE 970-923-5321. DARROUGH,PAUL CCU 1 /LOT 7 193 FAIRWAY DRIVE 970-923 5889 YES DURAND,JUDITH CCU 1 /LOT 9 257 FAIRWAY DRIVE 581-741-7154 YES HANSEN,GRETCHEN CCU 1 /LOT 23 24DFAIRWAYDRIVE 412-741-0582 KLAWITTER,FAMILY CCU 1 /LOT 12 353 FAIRWANDRIVE 780.834-8285 YES LIPPMAN.FAMILY CCU 1 /LOT 20 336 FAIRWAY-DRIVE 970-923-4584 LOZOWICK,FARLEY CCU 1 /LOT 2 33 FAIRWAY DRIVE 303.874-5951 YES LOZOWICK,FARLEY CCU 1 /LOT 8 161 FAIRWAY DRIVE _ _ . 303874-5951 YES POLINE,PATRICIA" CCU 1 /t0T 1 17 FAIRWAY DRIVE 970.9238988 POSCHMAN,GREGOR CCU 1 /LOT 10 289 FAIRWAY DRIVE (?303)9839085 LARROWE RUDOLF,JAMES • CCU 1 /LOT 17 432 FAIRWAY DRIVE SALYER,EVERETT CCU 1 /LOT 14 477 FAIRWAY DRIVE " ' 913592-3758 SMITH,BARBARA CCU 1 /LOT 29 48 FAIRWAY DRIVE 970-923-4540 ST.GERMAIN, NIKKI CCU 1 /LOT8 225 FAIRWAY DRIVE 819.2224819 YES STAFFIER, DANIEL CCU 1 /LOT 18 501 FAIRWAY DRIVE ZERDEN TRUST CCU 1 /LOT 15 SNOWMASS VILLAGE PROPERTY OWNERS NAME LOT ADDRESS PHONE COMMENT' i ADAMS, SCARLETT 4000 BRUSHCREEK RD.#28 YES ADAMS,SCARLETT PRESIDENT OF SNOWMASS VILLAS HQA ANIALONE,PETER 153 MEADOWS RANCH YES BALOTTI, MARCIA 96 HARLESTON GREEN 302-651-7710 BRAUER,SYLVIA&RAYMOND 221 BUNTING CT. BREAUX,BAXTER 3903 BRUSHCREEK RD. CALDWELL.WILEY 48 HARLESTON GREEN CLARK 0444 SNOWMASS CLUB CIRCLE#13 828869-5285 COHEN,STEPHAN- CC VILLAS,#1524 305-8733377 COHEN.STEPHAN CC VILLAS 01523 305-8733377 DAVIS,SANDRA&LYNN CC TOWNHOME 03 952-931-9975 DOUGHTIE, ROBERT SNOWMASS VILLAS#9 FRASIER.JOHN 5115 OWL CREEK RD.#11 970-922-0812 GROSS,SCOTT&PAULA 0052 HARLESTON GREEN HAGELBAKER 0761 SNOWMASS CIRCLE;TH 98 JACKSON,F. &LORRAINE CC VILLA#11.03 KOEPPE,KAREN 1439 SNOWMASS CLUB CIRCLE LONG,GREG SNOWMASS VILLAS#1 RIETDIJK,JAN&BETTY 0294 SNOWMASS CLUB CIRCLE UNIT 120 RIPPEY, SALLY 42 HARLESTON GREEN ROSS,DAVID 124 HARLESTON GREEN#48 Ov 4 Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29,2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner, who is adjacent to the golf course, it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may block your view. If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. S' cer Far wick I/We are in objection of any berm(s) obstructing any views. Names) — Date Address Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29, 2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner, who is adjacent to the golf course, it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may block your view. If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. S' cer Far wick I/We are in objection of any berm(s) obstructing any views. n A-s_ 6.1 Name(s) Date Address ?�y -t -3"r— b(L�1)1. P �� S ; Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 , g O z 103.674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 t ` October 24, 2001 To: 1 Country Club Unit 1 Owners € + " Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PL1D Dear Property Owners: + If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views to tho west directly related +t U., to all Fairway Drive properties, please indicate your objection by signing in the spaci f ; provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. 1 will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on Novembe 5, 2001`. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. I' + If you are in the area at this time, I would like to encourage you to attend this t meeting as well. Sincerely, �FkI arley wick 17 UWe are in objection of any_berm(s)obstructing any views to the west of Fairway tz Drive. i 1 „:r e(s Dat J� + ce Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road �4 Evergreen, Colorado 80439 , r 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 , � Ga October 24, 2001 To: Country Club Unit 1 Owners Re:- Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: . t If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views to,the west directly related r to all Fairway Drive properties,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax tome at 303-670-0446. I will present.to the Township ofSnowmass.Village,youF response,gp Nove bier 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. k. If you are in the area at this tune,I would like,to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. + Sy Sincerely, t � - s arley wicks I/We are in objection_of any berm(s) obstructing any views lo the,west of Fairway Drive. Name(s) —�— - Date i Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 ; 303-674-5951 FAX•303-670-0446 $ '' 1 October 29,2001 s! a To:'. Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase 11 PUD Dear Pmperty.Owners: 0 If you are a property owner, who is adjacent to the golf course, it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may black your view. If you are oppg W to any berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided } below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on Novej�ber 5,2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. .4 If you are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this ; k meeting as well. z w - s S' cere F�. wick y I/We are' objection of any berm(s) obstructing any views. aie(s) Date Address .AL) EQL; V W x i$ C Farley Lozowick s 28660 Douglas Park Road s <"yam Evergreen, Colorado 80439 5 ' 303-674-5951 j J; FAX 303-670-0446 ° t October 24,2001 To:,' Country Chub Unit I Owners Re: - Snowmass Club Phase R PUD Dear Property Owners: i?y Ifyoix are opposed to any berms obstructing Hoy views to the West&-ccq related to all Fairway Drive properties,please indicate your objection by sigug is the space Provided below fiat to me at 303-6704446. I will present to the Toomship of Snowmass Wage your response on Nove4er 5, 1001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. Ifyou are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this meetmg,as well mca'elY. YWe are in objection of eay benn(s) obstructing nay views to.the west'of Fairway F Drive. �•t 1. Names) ��g Dale R }` C Ck l 4 FMI : FW M Jan. 04 2001 06:45RI P1 P Farley Loo0wick a s� 28660 Douglas Park Road Evagnmr4 Colorado 80439 303-674-5957 PAX 303-670-0446 October 24, 2007 , To:' Country Club Unit I Owners Re: Snowtum Club Phase 71 PUD Dear Property Owners: Ifyou are opposed to any berms obstructing atry views to the west dinoctiy related , to all Fairway Drive properties, please indicate your objection by sigaiag in the spaos "> provided below and faX to rMe at 303-670-N46. I wiU present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November s;2001- At this time,thcro has been a meeting set for tits Town Cour�i7 to he?r>}sam 1 . 1'fyou are itt the area at this time.I would like to tikeurage you to attend this msetigg as wdl E ' Sincerely, . {. } ariry wick UWe are in objection of any berm(s),obstructing any.views to.the west of Faitway Drive. �P d • ac ' �r k FR011 ST GB;�PWIN FAX N0. 6192224497 Oct. 29 2001 02._-q M P1 I ,a Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 pis 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 _ -October 24,2001 w To: ' ' Country Club Unit I Owners Re: Suowtnass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: =i If you arc opposed to any benns obstructing anyliews to tlt�west dimcdy rdated to all Fairway Drive properties,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. NII Twill,present to the Township of Snowlinm vIIage your response on November 5,2001. At this tine there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. #•you are in the area at this tithe, I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. - Skcer*, . f ey wick UWe ate in objection of arty berms)obstructing a views to the wesrof 1Fairway Drive,. Name(a)i• e��� ��-�' �_ Date ' n I FROM WiVING t•EDIR..B_PROMO RSPEN FAX N0. 9M92-W364 Oct. 31 2001 04:21PPI P4 E t; T. Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergrcc t. Colorado$0439. 303-674-5951 '# FAX 303-670-0446 n : . October 24,2001 To:. Country Club Unit 1 Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PUD t r Dear Property Owlets: ' yl Ifyou am opposed to any berms o6st;uctmg any views to'the west dir tly-related t to all Fairway Drive properties, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will presertt:to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on Navemlier 5, 2ooi, At this time there has been a meetnrg set for the Town Council to hear from us: rfyou are in the area at this time,'I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as Well. Sincerely, . YG . ey ?R Y L 9�3� 9�gs Me are in objection of any bam{s)obstntcC)m my views to the west ofFainM Drim P..c SA4N LLG /u sI y fir ,• ' Narne(a) L,,ri u Due 1''� ' 2,V9- FA AJAv . i Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road EJergreen,°Colorado 80439 ` 303-674-5951 +, FAX 303-670-0446 :October 24, 2001 To: Country Club Unit I Owners Rs: Snowmass Club Phase 11 PUD Dear Property Owners: t Ifyou are opposed to any berms obstructing any views to the west directly ielatW to all Fairway Drive properties,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. I:fyou are in the area at this time, I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. Sincerely, is XOCYck t I(We are in objection of any berm(s)obstructing any views to the west of Fairway Drive. O Nam e s Date C >zt�y Untitled r vgar Mr. LOZowick ... .. � !. Thank you for your letter advising us of this proposed i posed change. st would severely impact the value of our home as we are on the golf course side. We have never received notification that this was propo$ed apd would be willing to pursue legal action as a group of howeownersshould this change be implemented. We are unable to attend the meeting as we live in California but will do anything you advise to protest this. Thank you Reiner and Mary Klawiter —63y— 8�Fc5. R -760 — 63y —SD-y9 . 4 ... - • + �Vtl i tY o 1 Y. paged _ i u' ,k LO'd - Vit =90 10-t£-�=10 - `_,¢p lU/ �.lJ -.UUl Y�• Y JUJ-IViI MV1J Y+v 1YJ� •. �1.. • lu .. i ...� UY 0. 1 Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado$0439 '•lY -303-674-5951 ; FAX 303-670-0446 October 24,2001 To: Country Club Una 1 Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase Il PUD Dear Property Owners: . If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views to the west directly related to all Fairway Drive properties, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax tome at 303-6704446. I will present to the Township of Snowmess Village your response on November 5. 2001. At this time there has been.a mating set for the Town Counc7 to bear from us. ; If you air in the area at this time,'I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. Sincerely, arley wick UWe are in objection ofany berms)obstructing any views to the west offoirway Drive. Al CcE�/G� Oct-30-01 03c20P bVIP 71383500632 P. 01, Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303;574-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 :October 24, 2001 To: Country Club Unit 1 Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase 11 PUD Dear Property Owners If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views to the wes)directly related h to all Fairway Drive properties,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on Novetgber "r 5;2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the.area at this time,I would liko to encourage you to attend this sk meeting as wall. r g c Sincerely, arley wick s I(We are in ob' ° 'on of any berm(s)obstructing any views to the west of Fairway "r. z� ame(s) A.�o4Z kT�IJ 2A&J Date 4 t' 32 l (1 � t u �rvla t �� l . '; i U-sU-.:Lju i a a i rM r RUM JAMES A Fd-OC LPH 612 623 626b - P. 1 • Farley Lozowick ! 28660 Douglas Park Road FveWft%. Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 OctO*24, 2001 To: ' Country Club Unit 1 Owners Re: Snowmaas Club Phaso II PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views to the west directly related to all Fairway Drive properties, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 3033-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November v S. 2001. At this time there bas been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time,I would hike to encourage you to attend this meeting as welt. { is Sincerely, arley wick I/We are in objection of any berm(s)obstructing any views to the west of Fairway Drive , I I/ (J n r s Dati �r too 44, a Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 FAX 303-6700446 Y r October 24, 2001 To Coumry Club uda 1 owners - Re; Sno vowss Club Phase 11 PUD Dear Property Owners: t If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views.tq the west directly related to all Fairway Drive properties,please indicate your objection by signing in the space ' provided below and Psx to me at 303-6704W. x LVQ.pr.t t to the;Towoahin of Cnnn mho V:It.� C._� S,�nnl. .it this flaw.t6ere'haa bacn'n mccting xt fvr'tLc Tvwn otmClt ro'hear'from us. Tfynn PN in A&e.ra at tL:o tianq I w�u11 I:1.a,w www.�y„yvu w ruautti yyal meeting as well. , Sincerely, n r alley crick P }' s I/We are in objection of any berm(s)obstructing any views to the west of Fairway Drive. _, N s Date f Td WLISS:TT TO 0£ '130 VIA Wj Illip-tl1I2ki�kltld lJOaj ", .•�,i .�=.w�l o•urr K1Chl YVL11Jt i.: Fi�bUl,. 1 i! .bU'j h'.1�1 Farley Lozowick 28"0 Douglas Park Road ($" gvergr+eM Colorado 80439 ,30376745951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 24,2001 To. Country Club Unit 1 Owners Re: ,. Snowman Club Phase H PUD Dear Property Owocts. If yc4 are opposed to any berms obstructing acy views to the west directly related to all Fairway Drive properties,please indicate your objection by di to in the space provided below and faun to me at 303-6704W. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5,2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hen flnm us. Ifyou are iathe,area at this time,I would Eire to encourage you to attend this meeting-as welL Sincerely, • err '�k � . M are in objecdon of ark berm(s)obstructing any views to the wear ofFairwq Drive. ♦u'wt��''Sc�.�"" �- �D/4 * x i. Namo(�) CCU Xzr- gam. ..._ .._ _a,•1a ai �� it Lru Y� u, ,aw faL.. _r_ __� _�-.� �� v. Farley Lowwick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergrceii, Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 " FAX 303-670-0446 { � a 5 , a October 24.2001 To: Country Club Unit I Owners I3t: Suowmass Club Phase 11 PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views to the west direody related to all Fairway Drive properties,please indicate your objection by signin in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-620-0W. I will present to the Township of Saowmass VMW your.respoun on November S. 2001- -At thii time there has been a meeting sec for the Town Courxl w hear fi%mp us, If you are in the arcs at this time.I would like to encourage you co attend this e meeting as weD Sincerely. • - Cy. VlCk UWe am ob-action•ofany berm(s):obsavaing any views to the west aitwa Drive. ofF . . a a G N�(a) Date ry ` Lo'1" TOTAL P.01 Y • �, ili f i, Sly Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road �-=.. Evergreen, Colorado 80439 ,r- II 303-674-5951 F.AX303-670-0446 yi j 1 f L October 29, 2001 i f ! :To Snowmass Property Owners `: Re:. . Snowmass Club Phase II PUD , Dear Property Owners: M ?�i If you are a property owner,who is adjacent to the golf course, it is very likely 'that a berm may be proposed that may blc;rk your view. If you aze opposed to any berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided ;1 below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. ; IN '. t I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on Novcni ber 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. x r 17 1: r -If you are in the area at this time,I would 4like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. . t i S S' sere r ick Far w ,. f I/We are in objection of any berm(s) obst y views. ` S N (s) Lo-ZOwIC'r— Date T b Address 33 r2b A(&A bj2 . �u l A r . � iii I ' i } r ' Farley Lozowick I 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen,. Colorado 80439. • 303-674-5951 ' FAX 303-670-0446 „ 4♦ rl Alit 1 October 29, 2001 c ' Td.­;; Snowmass Property Owners Re:. - Snowmass Club Phase II PUD ` Dear Property Owners: If bu area property owner, who is adjacent to the golf course it is very likely y X P PnY J 8 ry Y x that a berm may be proposed that may bloek your view. If you ars opposed to any berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided ' I i below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us.0 " r 4f you are in the area at this time,I wouldplik6 to encourage you to attend this , meeting as well. S• sere Fat` wick I/We are in objection f any berm(s)obstru y views. , Name( 2OLL1 Date Address I A7 TAti , . X � 4 . . Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road s Evergreen. Colorado 80439 A. 303-674-5951 €fir • ? FAX 303-670-0446 A. .Octgber 29.2001 TO: Snowmsas Property Owners Re:. Smowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: . r If you act;a property owner,who is adjacent to the golf course,it is very mo* that a berm may be proposed that may block your view. If you aA opposed to a"berms obsttucb4 any views,Please indicate your oblation by sis=g m the sPace Provided below and 6uc to toe at 303-670.0446. I will presem to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5. 2001. At this time there has been a mooting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time,I would Dice to eacoumge you to noted this meeting as well. r S F I/We are in objection of any bums)obstructing SAY views- Address T6 -VV, dorM I 13H 43TEZ46eZ5 0E:6T T06Z/ZZ/00 i Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29, 2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners Re:, _ Snowmass Club Phase 11 PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner,who is adjacent to the golf course, it is very likely } that a berm may be proposed that may block your view. If you are opposed to any berets obstructing any views,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this t meeting as well. 11 F .5 • S' sere F ar wick I/We are in objection of any berm(s) obstructing any views. Y Y Name(s) Date Address /UVKti , at,. UZU t/l�'DJ 1.:hw �b�/'J.-tt;tiq auiv.uu riirrc . r.y ac w • Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Bvergrom Colorado 80439 -303-674-5951 FAX 303-6704446 OMW 29.2001 To: ; Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club 1?hato II PUD Dear Progeny Owmm-. If you are s property owner, adjacent to the golf course,it is very filcely that a berm may be Proposed that°sal'block your view. If you are opposed to any beans obouctint views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided beam and 9x to me at 303.670.0W- I will presaot to the Township of Snowmsss Village your response on November 5,2001. At this time there hss been a meeting$a the Town Council to hear from u . If yua are in the area at this timt,I would like to encourage You to attend this meefts as wen. _ ? F MG ate in objection of any berm(s)obstructing any views. /f Date Kam« • �� Adclresa gf� f r Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Pvergrw4 Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 : . October 29,2001 TO Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase 11 PUD Dear Property Owners: . if you are a property owner,who is adja"M to the golf course,it is very likely that a beam may be proposed that may block your view. If you aie•opposed to my berms l = obstructing any views. icate your objection by signing in the space provided ase below and fax to me at 303-670.0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5,2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us.,\,. If you are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. S*bjoWji:ofany F UWe are bem(s)obstructing any views. s} Da Address 11 147 -1 t'Y > j5 t `d ZtBO ZZ6 OG6 josvuj pToyljag uyor dST :Zt TO CO AoM ° . 11-d1-d1 1b 53 MATRIX A560C ID-310 459 6416 pp1 Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evcrgrota, Colorado 80439 303-6745951 FAX 303-670-0446 5 October 29,2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase 11 PUD Dear Property Owners: + If you are a property owner,who is adjacent to the golf coursq it is very lt7cely that a bean may be proposed that tray block your view. Ifyou are opposed to any beans obstructing any tiews, Please indicate your objectionby signing m the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I V/m present to the Township of Snowmass Vi age your response on Novetab 5,2001" At this time there has bear a rnecting set for the Town Coupe er W heat gom ter If you are in the area at this time, I would hike t meeting as well. o encourage YOU to attend this S. g wide I/We are in objection of arty berms)obstnteting any "ews e(s a DDate Address Nov 02 U1 01 : 1Gp Medical Properties Adv Cp 614 538-6625 p. 1 Farley Lomwick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303-6745951 s '; FAX 303-670-0446 October 29, 2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners " Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PCID Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner, who is adjacent to the golf course,, it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may blodk your view. If you are-opposed to any_berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to bear from us. If you are in the area at this time, I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. S' cere Far owick LTrtrJj•'e are ' o ectior�e opspy b s) obstructing yprViews. N (d) Date Address / �l ��� �7��0/LJLL1�LcLJCCJCGf �2,C L�Q x fr•. ,\.�leV // � �r S .�I r . / FM-I ROEERT tXXA.+4TIE FAX NO. 30379167113_ Oct. 31 ?001 07:36A•I Pl FarleyLozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Ever0reen, Calorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-67o-0446 October 29, 2WJ To: Snowmass Property Owners I Ire: Stwwnass Club Phase IIPUD Dear Property Owners: . If you area property owner,who is adjacent to the golfcourse,it is very.kjc* that a berm may be proposed that may block your view. If you are opposed to any berms: bstructm8 any views,please indicate your objection by sigmi in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446 I will presort to the Township of Snowmass'Village your response on November °F S. 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time.I would like to enco meeting as wet umge you to attend this Se I/We are objection o berms) str C64 any views. N �3 -,,t ame[ ) l0 �-- Date Address Sr16 w rn Farley L.ozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 -303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29,2001 To: y Snowmass Property Owners " Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PUD i Dear Property Owners; If you are a property owner, who is adjacent to the golf cou that a berm may prop ow chat mnv h , y op n e very be lock fur view If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided Wow and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snownws Village your response on November ; S.2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. , ,CA If you are in the area at this time,I would floe to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. $ SS Far wick/ DWe are in objection of ay b=Ks)obstructing any views. .j Name(s) " Date Address_ > I .t �, Cis i .A0 rlcv►ta- our pmpll Fariey Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road "? Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303.-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 '. . October 29,2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners Re:' Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner,who is adjacent to the golf course,it is very tikdy that a berm maybe proposed that may block your view. If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass village your response on November 5,2001. At this time there bas been a meeting set for the Town Council to bear from us- If you are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. - S*eIff, F k Me are ' objection of any berm(s)obstructing any views. 4Nam s)!Z( Address C U 14 �'i�h /uG��Iyi1a� 3 JAS .... . �n•...c...,c�c Wa�ci nuv-n.-tll 33 :14 ar. trory e�7[SuoVr Koa3o7kftiiio Pi9i 3= 1 Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road ' Evergreen. Colorado 80439 303-6745951 FAX 303-670-0446 r' October 29,2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners ' Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner, who is.adjacentto the golf course, it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may block yow view. If you are apposed to ally berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided r; below and fax to me at 303-670.0416. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Vintage your response on November 5,2001_ Az this time there has bow a meeting set for the Town Coach to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time,I would.like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. 5*vwvick F ID/We are in objection ofany berm(s,),00b�skuctWg any views, Names} Date Address # �6 //°a--��, Ci r .:►.. , . w, Fahey Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road ra $verv=k Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 y FAX 303.670-0446 October 29, 2001 To Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Pbase 11 PUD Dear Property Owners: if you are a property owner,who;is adjacentto the golf tourK it is very IiLdy that a berm may be proposed that may block your view. If you are'opposed to any berms ' obstructing any views,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-6704446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November S.2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from nt�1 Ifyou are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. Far �' I/We are in objection of any berm(s)obstructing any views. e(s) Date Address r10e SSiIOdS h3d5V SS1Z SZB 016 TVd OT:OT TOOZ/ZO/TT Nov-0;4-01 U2: bGY NOV 0 2 200t f r� Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen; Colorado 80439 303.674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 F October 29,2001 To:, Snowmass property Owners Ra Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: . If you are a property owner,who is adjacent to the golf coi m it is very likely that a berm msy be proposed that may block your view. If you are opposed to any berms obstructing any views,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670.4446. I win pm mi to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November S,2001. At this time there has been a mceting set fir the Town Cou xil to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time,I would like to enaonrage you to attend this meeting as wet S Far Iy re is o ' 'o f pny berm(s)obstructing any views. atne(s Date Addr S�iZ tfur�P.,T 7/KE'/n au+� oi : altrnww L wntN; tt - 2- 1 4:13PAtj 305-673-3377 3036700446] #212 a : Parley Lozowiek 28660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303,674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29,2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners - Re. Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner, who is adjacent to the golf course, it is very likely that a berm maybe proposed that may block your view. If you areopposed to airy.berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time. I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. S- e Far wick I/We are in objection of any berms) gbsttve[ing any views, Name(s) Date Address C " --V JA VS S 13 . ��. 3DS�lo?3 • 33� ' . co ttcN .,c .l ..•i wi cro.r wnnn, I7 - <- 1 4:1:7Yh'ij JUO-UJJ-d:!/i ^- JU:ibiUU440; #112 Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road z. Evergreen; Colorado 80439 303-6745951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29,2001 To:°' Snowmass Property Owners ' Re-- Snowmass Club phase II PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner, who is adjacent to the golf course, it is very likely that a berm maybe proposed that may block yodr view. If you ase.opposed to any berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. i.4 I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us.4 If you are in the area at this time, I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as•well. S' cer Far wick UWe are in objection of anyberm(s)obstructing any views. Nanne(s) Date Address C�Uvljle f ►.S aq G-7 W72 co Rep Nov-02-01 09c37A Brauer . - P-01 ; . i Farley Lozowzck 25660 Douglas Park Road Ever seen, Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 " FAX.303-670-0446 October 29, 2001 To: ' Snowinass Property Owners Re: Snow Lass Club Phase Ii PLID Dear Property owners: Ifyon are a property owner, vdio i$"adjacent to the golf course, it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may block your view. If you areopposed to any.berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowrnass Village your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time, I would i0:e to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. S• cere Fa`;. $zck IYWe are in objection of any berm(s) obstructing any views. . �r'"'L(�ry:br it..-•1 ��c��/t..s, 1'�2 c�t-�. � 1.—� _. <_) � Nan*s) Date Address 60,31 sst gQ,q�E� M i .F MCNi H+L FRO PRINT FAX M. : 970-523-3511 Not,. 01 2001 01:06PPI PI Farley Lozowick ra 28650 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29, 2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Dear Property Owners:. If you are a property owner, who is adjacent to the golf coursq it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may block your view. If you arc opposed to any-berms obstructing any views,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670.0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass village your response on November 5,2001- At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time.I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. S, F wick I/we are in objection of any berrm($)obstructing any views. pB � — Date e O rho i 23sme(sj Address G C u/ /V j �. ✓ i Go S-� � � s FR01d R sxg.ROS, LAYTON, & FINGER #1 JEU) 11. 1` 01 1::46,/,'-'T, 13:44/NU. 4363831923 f 1 r Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Pack Road Y EvergroM Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 1 •' October 29,2001 To: ;,Snowmess Property Owners Ile: 'Snowmass Club Phase It PUD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner,who is adjacent to the golf course,it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may block your view, If you are_Q,pposed to any berms obstructing any views,please indicate your objection by signing in the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670.0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5,2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. if you are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as wen. S' F wick I/We are in objeaion of any be m(s)obstructing any views. Name(s) Date Address r SAL01TI ,,.E 11 uJ,.Oul - 14:4b JAWULL1f1t 1- Ul Farley Lozowick 28660 Douglas Park Road �^ Everg'oeq Colorado 80439 303-674.5951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29, 2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase II PIJD Dear Property Owners: fl If you are a property owner.who is adjacent to the golf cowm,it is very likely that a berm maybe proposed that may block your view. If you are"opposed to any-beri m obstructing any views,please indicate your objection by sW=V in the space provided below and fax to me at 303470-0446. _4 1 will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 5,2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Counctl'to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time,I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. S. cer Far wick I/We are is objection of any berms) obstructing any views. L _ D ,� Address a�#/3 • 6 5'�/y�.�r�c.�av�,CuG. Ci-- �y�''t^�"'�"'t� � � FROM U9,,TER U EAUX FAX NO. 1915366%43 14CnI- 03 '_'001 09:33fef Pi Farley Lozowick w 25660 Douglas Park Road Everggen,• Colorado 50439 303-674-5951 FAX 303-670-0446 October 29,2001 To: Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase lI Pi7D i Dear Property Owners: Ifyou are a property owner,who i*49cem to the golf course,it is very 117rety that a beam may be proposed that may block your view. If you are opposed to anyrberms a obstructing any views,please indicate your objection by signing m the space provided below and fax to me at 303-670.0446. ' A\ I will present to the Township of Snowmass Village your response on November 1 S. 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Tows Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time, I would like to encourage you to attend this meeting as well. F wicl: I/We are in ON of nay benn(s} suuctmg any views. / � Date �� Addred?,O n taw x 'S October 29,2001 t " To: Snowmass Property Owners Re: Snowmass Club Phase II Fm, Dear Property Owncrs: If you are a property owW.wbD fi� 4 'WOO golf omme, it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that x; ;. If you aii opposed to any berm: obstructin8 any vicv.% PWN iadiclW,I q�; # i in the seam provided below and fax to me at 303-670.0444' ; ,; • I will present to the TownsltiP.of ge Yew response onNovember 5.2001. At this time that btu beent/ for>�a Town Council to hear from us. 'If you are in the area at this 0m;. t►aw4ume you to attend this meeting as well. $ 'c " F wick I/We ate in objection of day batm(t) , ; SO ` nes ., Date Names) ,, Address ^ Qo eoX TO 39vd SwRi3IM t8slud 4d COOTOrOTOZ LT*OT TOW/ce/TT Nov-o3-2001 09:15 From-GULF STREAM MARINE T13-9Zh374u r3e. r.uuiiuui r-S�a i Farley Lozowick 29660 Douglas Park Road Evergreen, Colorado 80439 303-674-5951 FAX 103-670-0446 October 29, 2001 To: ?. Snowmass Property Owners Re- Snowmass Club Phase 11 PTJD Dear Property Owners: If you are a property owner,who is adjacent to the golf course,it is very likely that a berm may be proposed that may blopk your vigw. If you arg opposed to any berms obstructing any views, please indicate your objection by signing inAfie space provided below and fax to me at 303-670-0446. I will present to the Township of Snowmass Vi age your response on November 5, 2001. At this time there has been a meeting set for the Town Council to hear from us. If you are in the area at this time;I would lice to encourage you to attend this meeting as wen. Si;c F wick 1//We are in objection of any berm(s) stntcting any views. Name(s) DnatC Address O Zq� St�aW('MC1L C(RXR I C,-fD0 SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PUBLIC HEARING DATE TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE 11 PRELIM- INARY PLAN, INCLUDING THE CONDOMINIMIZATION OF THE PROPOSED 21 MULTI-FAMILY UNITS INTO TIMESHARES VIA A SUBDIVISION EXEMP- TION, IS SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 8, 2001 BEFORE THE TOWN'S PLAN- NING COMMISSION. THE PUBLIC HEARING IS SCHEDULED AS FOLLOWS: WHEN: August 8, 2001 TIME: During a meeting which begins at 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center 0016 Kearns Road WHY:To receive final public comment regarding the Snowmass Club Phase 11 Preliminary Plan PU.D. submission, involving Lot 8, Filing No.4, Parcel 3, the Snowmass Club Subdivision as recorded In Book 14 at Page 7 in the Pitkin County Records; Together with, Lot 1, the Snowmass Club P.U.D. as recorded in Plat Book 52 at Page 79 in the Pitkin County records; Together with, Parcel 10, the Snowmass Club Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 9 at Page 32 in the Pitkin County records. The submission also involves a request to condom iniumize the proposed 21 multi-family units into timeshares via a subdivision exemption. INFO: Contact the Snowmass Village Planning Department at 923-5524 for additional information. Trudi Worline, Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on July 4, 2001 a�rMT� ^{; M1 �E"� ., Bh,.rt Iry +f ;• t :- ': �°�.'_ �.� ' .r, CERTIFICATION OF MAILING COUNTY OF PITKIN ) ss. STATE OF COLORADO ) I do hereby certify that I have mailed by U.S. Mail, first-class postage prepaid, a copy of the Notice of Public Hearing to (adjacent property owners to the subject property) or (property owners within 300 feet of the subject property) (delete where appropriate as pursuant to the submission requirements) at the addresses described on the attached list. A copy of the Notice is also attached hereto. Date: f i � y �r1'n Aill Signature Name Address i + Subs abed and sworn to before me this \ day of �J(/ /t- 19_, by MY COMMISSION EXTIRES: '3? l Ccr-f:� iC :.f S ka, c, ,I�TfStaryPubhc y.�- - F�• r, sue,, sk:;•.� 6. 1r. 2136 ?r-`.;.., �.� Address J r�l c-, 7� AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING COUNTY OF PITKIN ) ss. STATE OF COLORADO } I do hereby certify that on, July 12, 2001, I posted a sign noticing the Public Hearing for the land use application described below in accordance with Section 16A-5-60 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code and photographed it following installation. A print of the photograph is attached hereto. Parcel Location: Two signs posted at separate locations on Parcel 10, Snowmass Club Subdivision and one sign posted on Lot 1, Snowmass Club PUD. Describe Application: Preliminary Plan review of the Snowmass Club Phase II PUD Amendment invoh ing improvements to Lot S, Filing no.4,Parcel 3 and Lot 1, Sno��anass Club PUD including the Condominiurnization of the proposed 21 multi-Family housing units into timeshares via subdivision Exemption.Together with improvements to the Golf Course on Parcel 10, Snowmass Club Subdivision. ..{+_ \4' M L Nit '-- [�tL:1 l �L')�i t��; C � ��1�I S\�'�l�_' eat \ \�/1 �cI r.r (NAME—Printed) (TITLE) (SIGNATURE) (DATE) (ADDRESS) Witness my hand and official seal this day of 200L. �J I Notary Public(NAME) (SIGNATURE) My commission expires: Pi I imncNtlldmitsV'osting 10-22-01 03.34PM Ffos-ASC PLANNING .aivaGsgwo .. , TO OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING I i DATE: MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17.2001 LOCATION. SNOWM 'SS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 0016 KERNS ROAD 2ND FLOQR SNOWM/{SS CENTER BUILDING REASON: TO REC VE PUBLIC COMMENT ON: RESOLUTION 36, SERIES 2001, 1( ROVINGIDENYING)THE PRELIMINARY PLAN PUD AMEND ENT FOR THE S�OWMASS CLUB PHASE JI DEVELO MENT PROPOSAL, INCLUDING THE CONDO INIUMIZATION OF 21 MULTI-FAMILY UNIT INTO 1/8 SHARE MESHARES VIA A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION. TIME: AT A ME TING,WHICH BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. THE EXACT TIME OF THE I iEARING WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE AGENDA. INFO: TELEPH NE: 9233777 INTERNET ACCESS TO COUNCIL E-MAIL: . httpJMrww.fosv.c9m CITIZEN IFEEDBACK HOTLINE: 922-6727 Rhonda & Coxon. Deputy Tc wn Clerk . Posted and Published'in the lenwood Post on August 17. 2001 clerkQtosv.com 1 i i U I i i FRpd R+C PRO PRIM FAX M. : 570-523-M11 Oct. 23 2Ci01 0736"" P21 AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING COUNTY Or PITKIN ) eel I'do hereby certity:hat on,July 12, 2001, 1 posted a sign noticing the Public Hearing for the land, usr application described below in accordance with Section 16A-5-60 of the Town of snowmass village Municipal Code and photographed it following installation. A print of the photograph is attached hereto. Parcel Location: Two signs posted at separate locations on Parcel 10, Snowmass Club Subdivision and ` One si6nposted on Lot 1, snowmass Club PUA, Describe Application:Preliminary Plan review of the`Snowmass Club Phasc II PUD Amendment involving improvements to Lot S,Filing no.d.Parcel 3 and Lot 1,Snowmass Club PUD including the C'nndominiumization of the proposed 21 multi•Farnily housing units into timeshares vin subdivision Exemption.Together with improvements to the Golf Course,on Parcel 10,snowmass Club Subdivisiom ' r tJ �!G �.JfL"`-�' �[P., ( lcvG(�a C I �C n o-.R`✓..��,� N��n'�:��.." � (NAM13 ,Primed)I1 (TITLE) 1r \ SICJ A '�JRE) (DATE) (,ADDRESS) - •�_ » >: > mil, (h.:; W Itncss my hand quid official seal this��day of `•r � t- 200L. Notary Public (NAhIE) (SI16NTA"lLT.E) Mvconimissibnexpires: I•tl9.n+0NlijdwR>11'oann� r 10-II-0I 03:34pm From-ASC PLANNING +9709234675 T-129 P.04/04 F-936 "AVIT OF POSTING COUNTY OF PITKIN ) • ss� J STATE OF COLORADO ) I do hereby eerttfy that on .Iugust 27;2001, I posted a sign noticing the Public Hearing fez The and use application descnbed belovf in accordance with Section 16A-3-60 of thy;Town of Suowmaw r`. village Municipal Code and photo it following installation_ A print of the photograph is attached hereto. Parcel Location: One sign posted ou arcel 10, Snowti ass.Club Subdivision and one sign pOSted On LOT 1,Snowmass Club PUD. Describe Application:Preliminary P reviely of the Snbwmass Club Phase II PUD F.nendrnent involving improvements to Lot 8,Fi ' g no.4,Parcel 3 and Lot 1, Snowmass Club PUD including the Condomitriumization of the propose 21 multi-Family housing units into timeshares via subdivision Exemption.Together with improve cuts to the Golf Course on Parcel 10,Snowmass Club Subdivision. (,�..+- 1!9. �'•lcor�t� trtTLE)i�. M�..asre� �Pmled) /,,,, oQ . .G. r I os• za •m) _ (SIGNATURE) (DATA Ito-A nt aY (ADDRESS) r Witness MyIiPd.pnd official seal thjs ZLday of 2001• CCCIIIIII �• �t Oko�, .TAME) (SIGN URE) Nlq-eQmmis;iort� rr: N: omuV.fi v,ts'J'osioy i r z jl�.F tom'•{ y5 �1•J � _� Q - F � Y• { Jet6•!'\t n . t• I 7 LL I W ' L r J 1 t 1 F+ TIf . y LAI It t ���� yyti�r•+ t :�^ • r Y R� - a _ SETBACK s i +¢so , T 1 14 LL z �� ORIV_F - $✓ , 1 _ {jam �� �+ �w 70 s ✓� O I '0�/ 'W o j fat 19WAY DiF . 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