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02-26-07 Town Council PacketU SNOWMASS VILLAGE SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA n ketFEBRUARY26, 2007 L PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE—ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THEIR STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: RESOLUTION NO. 07, SERIES OF 2007 — BOARD MEMBER APPRECIATION: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO GEORGE HUGGINS FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION. Rhonda Coxon...........................................................................Page 1 (TAB A) Item No. 3: RESOLUTION NO. 08, SERIES OF 2007 — BOARD MEMBER APPRECIATION: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO STACI STOKES FOR HER SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY BOARD. Rhonda Coxon...........................................................................Page 3 (TAB B) Item No. 4: RESOLUTION NO. 09, SERIES OF 2007 — BOARD MEMBER APPRECIATION: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO LARRY SHERMAN FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2ND HOMEOWNERS ADVISORY BOARD. Rhonda Coxon...........................................................................Page 5 (TAB C) Item No. 5: RESOLUTION NO. 10, SERIES OF 2007— BOARD MEMBER APPRECIATION: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO REED LEWIS FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MARKETING, GROUP SALES AND SPECIAL EVENTS BOARD. Rhonda Coxon...........................................................................Page 7 (TAB D) Item No. 6: RESOLUTION NO. 12, SERIES OF 2007 — ENERGY PLAN SUPPORT: A RESOLUTION OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE IN SUPPORT OF A COMPREHENSIVE SATEWIDE ENERGY PLAN AND MITIGATIN OF THE IMPACTS OF OIL AND GAS DEVLOPMENT Mayor Douglas Mercatoris..........I................................................Page 9 (TAB E) Item No. 7: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS 5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 8: COUNCIL UPDATES Town Council Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 05, SERIES OF 2007 — EOTC BUDGET: 02-26-07 T.C. Page 2 of 3 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION TO ADOPT THE 2006-2007 EOTC BUDGET David Peckler...........................................................................Page 12 (TAB F) Item No. 10: RESOLUTION NO. 13, SERIES OF 2007 — EOTC SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING A SUPPLEMENTAL 2007 EOTC BUDGET FOR THE PITKIN COUNTY % CENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX David Peckler...........................................................................Page 16 (TAB G) Item No. 11: CONSTRUCTION COORDINATION AND IMPACT MITIGATION PLAN — 2007 PROJECT SEQUENCING DISCUSSION Jason Haber.............................................................................Page 21 (TAB H) Item No. 12: RESOLUTION NO. 11, SERIES OF 2007 — CONCURRING REVIEW: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONCURRING REVIEW OF THE SNOWMASS CENTER PUD AND CLUB COMMONS II PRELIMINARY PUD APPLICATIONS. Jim Wahlstrom..........................................................................Page 32 (TAB 1) Item No. 13: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 03, SERIES OF 2007 —AMENDMENT TO THE BASE VILLAGE PUD: AN ORDINANCE CONSIDERING AN APPLICATION BY THE INTRAWEST/BRUSH CREEK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC REGARDING A MINOR PUD AMENDMENT TO THE BASE VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT. Chris Conrad...........................................................................Page 35 (TAB J) Item No. 14: MANAGER'S REPORT................................................................Page 108 (TAB K) Ruedi Water and Power Grant Recreation Center Hours of Operation Base Village Construction Lights Air Monitoring Item No. 15: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR.....................................Page 112 (TAB L) 01/03/07— Special Meeting 01/22/07— Regular Meeting 01/25/07—Joint Meeting (SWSD) 02/05/07— Regular Meeting Item No. 16: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS.........Page 140 (TAB M) Item No. 17: EXECUTIVE SESSION: Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss one item: a) The purchase, acquisition, lease, transfer, or sale of any real, personal, or other property interest pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(fa) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(1); 02-26-07 T.C. Page 3 of 3 b) Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations; developing strategy for negotiations; and instructing negotiations, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402 (4) (e) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45 (c) (5) Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering item (a) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position; resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at the Executive Session. Item No. 18: 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. PLEASE JOIN TOWN COUNCIL FOR A SOCIAL AT WILDCAT CAFE AFTER TONIGHT'S MEETING. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: FEBRUARY 26, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 7, SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO GEORGE HUGGINS FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION Presented By: Mayor Mercatoris/ Rhonda Coxon Core Issues: Background: Georges Huggins has resigned from the Planning Commission this is his appreciation Resolution. General Info: Council Options: Staff Recommendations: Approve SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 07 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO GEORGE HUGGINS FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION WHEREAS, George Huggins was appointed by the Town Council of Snowmass Village to serve as a Member of the Planning Commission appointed in October 18, 1993; and WHEREAS, George Huggins was subsequently elected by the members of the Planning Commission to serve as Chair of the Commission on July 21, 1999 and served as Chair until February 15, 2006; and WHEREAS, Mr. Huggins hard work and excellent attendance record have been an asset to the Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, the Town Council appreciates Mr. Huggins dedication as a member of the Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, Mr. Huggins dedication, leadership and contributions to this Town Board will be missed; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Citizens of Snowmass Village, the Snowmass Village Town Council, the Snowmass Village Planning Commission and the entire Town Staff hereby express their sincere gratitude and appreciation to George Huggins for his contribution to promoting a strong community and enhancing the quality of life for our citizens. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 26th day of February 2007 upon a motion made by Council Member Wilkinson, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DOUGLAS MERCATORIS, Mayor ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: FEBRUARY 26, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 8, SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO STACI STOKES FOR HER SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY Presented By: Mayor Mercatoris/ Rhonda Coxon Core Issues: Background: Staci Stokes has resigned from the Liquor Licensing Authority this is her ap reciation Resolution. General Info: Council Options: Staff Recommendations: Approve SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 08 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO STACI STOKES FOR HER SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE LIQUOR LICENSING AUTHORITY WHEREAS, Staci Stokes was appointed by the Town Council of Snowmass Village to serve as a Member of the Liquor Licensing Authority appointed in January of 1996; WHEREAS, Stokes was appointed Chairperson in 1998 and continued as Chair through 2005; and WHEREAS, Stokes' hard work and excellent attendance record have been an asset to the Liquor Licensing Authority; and WHEREAS, the Town Council appreciates Stokes dedication as a member of the Liquor Licensing Authority; and WHEREAS, Mrs. Stokes' dedication, leadership and contributions to this Town Board will be missed. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Citizens of Snowmass Village, the Snowmass Village Town Council, the Snowmass Village Liquor Licensing Authority and the entire Town Staff hereby express their sincere gratitude and appreciation to Staci Stokes for her contribution to promoting a strong community and enhancing the quality of life for our citizens. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 26th day of February 2007 upon a motion made by Council Member Mercatoris, seconded by Council Member Wilkinson and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DOUGLAS MERCATORIS, Mayor ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: FEBRUARY 26, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 9, SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO LARRY SHERMAN FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2ND HOMEOWNERS ADVISORY BOARD Presented By: Mayor Mercatoris/ Rhonda Coxon Core Issues: Background: Larry Sherman has resigned from the 2nd Homeowners Advisory Board this is his appreciation Resolution. General Info: Council Options: Staff Recommendations: Approve SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 09 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO LARRY SHERMAN FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2ND HOMEOWNERS ADVISORY BOARD WHEREAS, Larry Sherman was appointed by the Town Council of Snowmass Village to serve as a Member of the 2nd Homeowners Advisory Board and appointed the first Chairman of new board; and WHEREAS, Mr. Sherman's hard work and excellent attendance record have been an asset to the 2nd Homeowners Advisory Board; and WHEREAS, the Town Council appreciates Sherman's dedication as a member of the 2nd Homeowners Advisory; and WHEREAS, Mr. Sherman's dedication, leadership and contributions to this Town Board will be missed. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Citizens of Snowmass Village, the Snowmass Village Town Council, the Snowmass Village 2nd Homeowners Advisory Board and the entire Town Staff Hereby express their sincere gratitude and appreciation to Larry Sherman for his contribution to promoting a strong community and enhancing the quality of life for our citizens. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 26th day of February 2007 upon a motion made by Council Member Wilkinson, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DOUGLAS MERCATORIS, Mayor ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: FEBRUARY 26, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 10, SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO REED LEWIS FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MARKETING, GROUP SALES AND SPECIAL EVENTS BOARD Presented By: Mayor Mercatoris/ Rhonda Coxon Core Issues: Background: Reed Lewis was elected as a Town Council Member and has resigned from the Marketing Board this is his appreciation Resolution. General Info: Council Options: Staff Recommendations: Approve SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 10 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING APPRECIATION TO REED LEWIS FOR HIS SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MARKETING, GROUP SALES AND SPECIAL EVENTS BOARD WHEREAS, Reed Lewis was appointed by the Town Council of Snowmass Village as on of the first Members to serve on the Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events Board appointed in November of 2002 and again in January of 2005 filling the Retail position; and WHEREAS, Mr. Lewis hard work and excellent attendance record have been an asset to the Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events Board; and WHEREAS, the Town Council appreciates Lewis dedication as a member of the Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events Board; and WHEREAS, Mr. Lewis dedication, leadership and contributions to this Town Board will be missed. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Citizens of Snowmass Village, the Snowmass Village Town Council, the Snowmass Village Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events Board and the entire Town Staff Hereby express their sincere gratitude and appreciation to Reed Lewis for his contribution to promoting a strong community and enhancing the quality of life for our citizens. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 26th day of February 2007 upon a motion made by Council Member Wilkinson, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DOUGLAS MERCATORIS, Mayor ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date:February 26, 2007 Agenda Item:RESOLUTION NO. 12, SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE IN SUPPORT OF A COMPREHENSIVE SATEWIDE ENERGY PLAN AND MITIGATIN OF THE IMPACTS OF OIL AND GAS DEVLOPMENT Presented By: Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor Core Issues: Western Colorado and Garfield county holds significant oil, coal, and natural gas reserves that are currently at the center of extensive exploration, research, drilling, and pipeline construction. There is tremendous pressure from national policy and fuel markets to develop these resources quickly. Snowmass village supports policies at the local, state and federal levels to fully capture the benefits and mitigate the impacts from the extraction and development of oil, natural gas, and coal resources. Council Options: Approve, Deny or Amend Resolution No. 12, Series of 2007 Staff Approve Resolution No. 12, Series of 2007 Recommendations: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 12 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE IN SUPPORT OF A COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE ENERGY PLAN AND MITIGATION OF THE IMPACTS OF OIL AND GAS DEVLOPMENT: Whereas, Western Colorado and Garfield County holds significant oil, coal, and natural gas reserves that are currently at the center of extensive exploration, research, drilling, and pipeline construction; and, Whereas, these natural resources represent a valuable economic opportunity to the oil and gas companies, associated businesses, and communities of the region; and, Whereas, the supply of natural gas is limited and the technology for oil shale is still developing; and, Whereas, there is tremendous pressure from national policy and fuel markets to develop these resources quickly; and, Whereas, although the oil and gas industry is a welcome addition to our regional economy and community, the development of finite oil and gas resources have had and will continue to have profound fiscal, social, and environmental impacts on the health and welfare of the communities in our region; and. Whereas, our region already has first-hand experience with the negative impacts of a boom and bust" related to energy development in the early 1980s. NOW, THEREFORE, LET IS BE RESOLVED THAT: The Town of Snowmass Village supports policies at the local, state and federal levels to fully capture the benefits and mitigate the impacts from the extraction and development of oil, natural gas, and coal resources. Let it be further resolved, that The Town of Snowmass Village supports the following actions and policy changes: 1. Developing a long-term, comprehensive State Energy Plan that considers the costs and benefits of non-renewable fossil fuel energy production to the benefit of citizens beyond a short-term production boom. Furthermore, a comprehensive state energy plan would place equal importance and investment in the development of renewable energy solar, wind, hydro, biofuels) production and energy efficiency programs. 2. Increasing local input and mitigation power in the oil and gas review process since the land use implications of oil and gas development can have significant impact on neighboring properties, county roads, demand for services, and the health and safety of county residents. 3. Improving the balance of representatives on the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) to include non-industry perspectives such as human services, environmental health, and local governments. 4. Balancing the interests of surface and mineral owners by increasing bonding requirements of oil and gas developers to better protect surface owners from and mitigate 07-12 Reso Page 2 of 2 for surface disturbances from drilling and accessing drilling sites. The State should also create a process for resolving surface and mineral owner disputes. 5. Establishing a County auditing program to ensure that industry accurately reports production and pays the appropriate taxes (in contrast to real estate taxation, where the County Assessor informs a home owner what their home is worth and how much tax they must pay, the Oil & Gas industry informs the County Assessor what their product is worth and how much tax they will be paying the County.) 6. Updating the Energy Impact Fund formula so that a greater percentage of these funds go directly to impacted counties and communities. 7. Increasing the limit of the Environmental Response Fund above its current level so more funding is available to investigate, prevent, monitor, and mitigate conditions that cause, or threaten to cause, significant adverse environmental impacts related to oil and gas operations rather than excess funding going into the State's General Fund. 8. Adjusting the severance tax (on oil, natural gas, and coal) and /or eliminating the property tax deduction for severance tax payments to better reflect that value of the severed resource, the impact to public infrastructure (roads, schools, water, air, public health) within the State of Colorado and local communities, and to prepare for the time when these non-renewable resources are exhausted. (The severance tax in Colorado ranges from 2 percent on gross income from mineral extraction of less than $25,000 to a flat fee of$10,750 plus 5 percent of gross income above $300,000. Under current law, companies may deduct their property taxes from severance tax payments. As a result, the effective severance tax rate is 1.8 percent - the lowest among surrounding states. The severance tax rate in Wyoming and New Mexico is 6%. 9. Creating a Permanent Trust Fund at the local and /or state, level to address the long- term impacts of the oil and gas development. (For example, Wyoming, which has fewer students than Denver alone, has about $1 billion in its trust fund for schools, while Colorado has $300 million.) 10. Protecting the waters of Western Colorado from adverse impacts of Stormwater Discharge by supporting the current practice of having the Colorado Water Quality Commission regulate storm water discharges from oil and gas operations that affect one acre or more of land instead of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, and by providing adequate funding for state and county level inspectors. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 26th day of February 2007 upon a motion made by Council Member, seconded by Council Member and by a vote of_ in favor to_opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DOUGLAS MERCATORIS, Mayor ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 26, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 05, SERIES OF 2007 — EOTC BUDGET: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION TO ADOPT THE 2006-2007 EOTC BUDGET Presented By: David Peckler, Transportation Director Core Issues: Resolution 05 of 2007 approves the 2007 budget for the use of the Pitkin County '/2 cent sales and use tax. The budget was discussed at the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) meeting on November 16, 2006. The budget includes: 1. Bus stop safety improvements & cab in-lieu of bus access for Senior Housing along Highway 82, 2. X-Games transit subsidy, 3. Annual operating costs for Intercept parking lot, 4. Funding for four hybrid RFTA vehicles. 5. Public outreach funding"for Entrance to Aspen. General Info: Attached is the proposed budget for 2007 that Tom Oken presented to the EOTC in November. Funding for the Snowmass Village transit improvements in 2006 is shown as carried forward. Specific expenditures need to be identified and presented to EOTC for inclusion in a Supplemental Budget in April. Council Options: 1. Approve the 2007 EOTC budget as presented in the last EOTC meeting, 2. Amend the 2007 EOTC budget for future review at an EOTC meeting, 3. Reject the 2007 EOTC budget. Staff Staff recommends approving the 2007 EOTC budget Recommendation: as submitted. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE RESOLUTION NO. 5 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING THE 2007 EOTC BUDGET FOR THE PITKIN COUNTY 1/2 CENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX WHEREAS, the Town Council of Snowmass Village, the Aspen City Council and the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners (the 'Parties") have previously identified gerieral elements of their Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (the 'Plan") which are eligible for funding from the Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax; and WHEREAS, by intergovernmental agreement dated September 14, 1993, the Parties agreed: a. To conduct regular public meetings to continue to refine and agree upon proposed projects and transportation elements consistent with or complimentary to the Plan; and b. That all expenditures and projects to be funded from the County-wide one-half cent transit sales and use tax shall be agreed upon by the Parties and evidenced by a resolution adopted by the governing body of each party; and WHEREAS, at a public meeting held on November 16, 2006, the Aspen City Council. Pitkin County Board and Snowmass Village Council considered and approved the attached budget for the year 2007 for the Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax; and WHEREAS the Town of Snowmass Village Council desires to approve the 2007 budget for the use of the Pitkin County one-half cent sales and use tax by adoption of this resolution: NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, That the attached initial Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax budget for the year 2007 is hereby approved as summarized below: Total Revenues (Sources) 5,216,000 Total Expenditures (Uses) 3,975,705 READ, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 26th of February, 2007 upon a motion made by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of in favor and opposed. Reso 07-05 Page 2 of 2 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM John Dresser, Town Attorney ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk 2007 Budget EOTC Transit Project Funding 2006 Notes* 2007 Budget Budget FUNDING SOURCES: a) Pitkin County 1/ 2% sales tax 3, 599, 000 4, 027, 000 b) Pitkin County 1/ 2% use tax 510, 000 520, 000 c) Investment income & misc. 583, 384 669, 000 Total Funding Sources 4, 692, 384 5, 216, 000 FUNDING USES: 1) Use tax collection costs 32, 081 39, 778 2) Project design, mgmt, & admin 23, 630 47, 146 3) Bus stop safety imprvs/ cab ride in- lieu 15, 000 16, 000 4) X- Games transit subsidy 50, 000 50, 000 5) Maroon Creek Bridge engineering 161, 094 6) Brush Creek parking expansion - Phase I & II 2, 230, 958 carry forward 7) Brush Creek parking expansion - annual operating costs 20, 000 20, 800 8) Snowmass Village transit improvements 300, 000 carry forward 9) RFTA contribution ( 81. 04% of 1/ 2% sales tax) 2, 916, 630 3, 263, 481 10) Grant match for 4 hybrid buses 420, 000 11) New Century Transportation Foundation 100, 000 12) Sewer hookup for RFTA Aspen Bus Maintenance Facility 165, 000 carry forward 13) Reevaluation of the Entrance to Aspen FEIS 200, 000 14) Public process for Entrance to Aspen 118, 500 15) Main Street Transit Lane& Access Closures 318, 000 carry forward Total Uses 6, 532, 393 3, 975, 705 EOTC ANNUAL SURPLUS/( DEFICIT) 1, 840, 009) 1, 240, 295 EOTC CUMULATIVE SURPLUS/( DEFICIT) 11, 422, 480 12, 662, 775 Notes:carry forward" means that any unspent budget from 2006 will be carried forward to 2007 2/ 22/ 2007 07 EOTC Budget Original. xls TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 26, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 13, SERIES OF 2007 — EOTC SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING A SUPPLEMENTAL 2007 EOTC BUDGET FOR THE PITKIN COUNTY ''/z CENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX Presented By: David Peckler, Transportation Director Core Issues: Resolution 13 of 2007 approves supplemental budget requests to the 2007 budget for the use of the Pitkin County ''/z cent sales and use tax. The budget was discussed at the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) meeting on February 15, 2007. The supplemental request includes: 1. Funding for Final design work on the Highway 82 corridor for bus lanes from Buttermilk to Roundabout for $500,000; 2. Funding to match other contributions for the RFTA BRT Implementation Plan, not to exceed 200,000. General Info: Attached is the Supplemental budget for 2007. The Supplemental budget includes the additions described above, which were approved at the EOTC meeting in February. Council Options: 1. Approve the 2007 Supplemental EOTC budget as presented; 2. Reject the 2007 EOTC budget. Staff Staff recommends approving the 2007 Supplemental Recommendation: EOTC budget. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE RESOLUTION NO. 13 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING A SUPPLEMENTAL 2007 EOTC BUDGET FOR THE PITKIN COUNTY 1/2 CENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX WHEREAS, the Town Council of Snowmass Village, the Aspen City Council and the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners (the 'Parties") have previously identified general elements of their Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (the 'Plan") which are eligible for funding from the Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax; and WHEREAS, by intergovernmental agreement dated September 14, 1993, the Parties agreed: a. To conduct regular public meetings to continue to refine and agree upon proposed projects and transportation elements consistent with or complimentary to the Plan; and b. That all expenditures and projects to be funded from the County-wide one-half cent transit sales and use tax shall be agreed upon by the Parties and evidenced by a resolution adopted by the governing body of each party; and WHEREAS, at a public meeting held on November 16, 2006, the Parties considered and approved the budget for the year 2007 for the Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax; and WHEREAS, at a public meeting held on February 16, 2007, the Parties considered and approved the following supplemental budget requests for the year 2007 for the Pitkin County one-half cent sales and us tax: a. $500,000 for final design and construction drawings for bus lanes between Buttermilk and the Aspen roundabout; b. Up to $200,000 to match dollar for dollar other contributions to RFTA to complete the Bus Rapid Transit Implementation Plan; and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council wishes to ratify the approval given at the February 15th meeting by adoption of this resolution. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, that the following supplemental 2007 one-half cent transit sales and use tax expenditure budgets are hereby approved: Buttermilk to Roundabout Bus Lanes, Final Design 500,000 RFTA BRT Implementation Plan, Matching Funds 200,000 READ, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 26th of February, 2007 upon a motion made by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of in favor and opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM John Dresser, Town Attorney ATTEST: Rhonda Coxan, Town Clerk 2007 Budget EOTC Transit Project Funding 2006 Notes* 2007 Budget Bud et FUNDING SOURCES: a) Pitkin County 1/ 2% sales tax 3, 599, 000 4, 027, 000 b) Pitkin County 1/ 2% use tax 510, 000 520, 000 c) Investment income & misc. 583, 384 669, 000 Total Funding Sources 4, 692, 384 5, 216, 000 FUNDING USES: 1) Use tax collection costs 32, 081 39, 778 2) Project design, mgmt, & admin 23, 630 47, 146 3) Bus stop safety imprvs/ cab ride in- lieu 15, 000 16, 000 4) X- Games transit subsidy 50, 000 50, 000 5) Maroon Creek Bridge engineering 161, 094 6) Brush Creek parking expansion - Phase I & II 2, 230, 958 carry forward 7) Brush Creek parking expansion - annual operating costs 20, 000 20, 800 8) Snowmass Village transit improvements 300, 000 carry forward 9) RFTA contribution ( 81. 04% of 1/ 2% sales tax) 2, 916, 630 3, 263, 481 10) Grant match for 4 hybrid buses 420, 000 11) New Century Transportation Foundation 100, 000 12) Sewer hookup for RFTA Aspen Bus Maintenance Facility 165, 000 carry forward 13) Reevaluation of the Entrance to Aspen FEIS 200, 000 14) Public process for Entrance to Aspen 118, 500 15) Main Street Transit Lane & Access Closures 318, 000 carry forward 16) Buttermilk to Roundabout Bus Lanes, final design 500, 000 17) RFTA BRT Implementation Plan, matching funds 200, 000 Total Uses 6, 532, 393 4, 675, 705 EOTC ANNUAL SURPLUS/( DEFICIT) 1, 840, 009) 540, 295 EOTC CUMULATIVE SURPLUS/( DEFICIT) 11, 422, 480 11, 962, 775 Notes:carry forward" means that any unspent budget from 2006 will be carried forward to 2007 2/ 22/ 2007 07- 13 EOTC Budget Supplemental. xls Multi- year Plan EOTC Transit Project Funding 2006 2007 Plan Plan Plan Plan Budget Budget 2008 2009 2010 2011 FUNDING SOURCES: a) Pitkin County 1/ 2% sales tax 3, 599, 000 4, 027, 000 4, 240, 000 4, 465, 000 4, 702, 000 4, 951, 000 b) Pitkin County 1/ 2% use tax 510, 000 520, 000 530, 000 541, 000 552, 000 563, 000 c) Investment income & misc. 583, 384 669, 000 695, 000 709, 000 657, 000 743, 000 Total Funding Sources 4, 692, 384 5, 216, 000 5, 465, 000 5, 715, 000 5, 911, 000 6, 257, 000 FUNDING USES: 1) Use tax collection costs 32, 081 39, 778 41, 886 44, 106 46, 444 48, 905 2) Project design, mgmt, & admin 23, 630 47, 146 48, 325 49, 533 50, 771 52, 040 3) Bus stop safety imprvs/ cab ride in- lieu 15, 000 16, 000 16, 400 16, 810 17, 230 17, 661 4) X- Games transit subsidy( 2008- 10 subject to annual perform. review) 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 5) Maroon Creek Bridge engineering 161, 094 6) Brush Creek parking expansion - Phase I & II 2, 230, 958 carry forward 7) Brush Creek parking expansion - annual operating costs 20, 000 20, 800 21, 632 22, 497 23, 397 24, 333 8) Snowmass Village transit improvements ($ 6. 5 million) 300, 000 carry forward 512, 000 2, 750, 000 2, 938, 000 9) RFTA contribution ( 81. 04% of 1/ 2% sales tax) 2, 916, 630 3, 263, 481 3, 436, 096 3, 618, 436 3, 810, 501 4, 012, 290 10) Grant match for 4 hybrid buses 420, 000 11) New Century Transportation Foundation 100, 000 12) Sewer hookup for RFTA Aspen Bus Maintenance Facility 165, 000 carry forward 13) Reevaluation of the Entrance to Aspen FEIS 200, 000 14) Public process for Entrance to Aspen 118, 500 15) Main Street Transit Lane & Access Closures 318, 000 carry forward 16) Buttermilk to Roundabout Bus Lanes, final design 500, 000 17) RFTA BRT Implementation Plan, matching funds 200, 000 Total Uses 6, 532, 393 4, 675, 705 4, 126, 339 6, 551, 382 6, 936, 343 4, 155, 230 EOTC ANNUAL SURPLUS/( DEFICIT) 1, 840, 009) 540, 295 1, 338, 661 836, 382) ( 1, 025, 343) 2, 101, 770 EOTC CUMULATIVE SURPLUS/( DEFICIT) 11, 422, 480 11, 962, 775 13, 301, 436 12, 465, 054 11, 439, 711 14, 566824 2/ 22/ 2007 07- 13 EOTC Budget Supplemental. xls TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 26, 2007 Agenda Item: Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan - 2007 Project Sequencing Discussion Presented By: Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director Core Issues: 1. On January 22, 2007, Council directed staff to continue efforts to develop a comprehensive plan establishing strategies for sequencing, coordinating, and managing Town-wide construction activity. General Information: Staff has continued to work with the development community in an effort to address the issue of Town-wide construction management and project sequencing. Graphic and narrative overviews are attached to describe the major aspects of the approved and proposed construction activity to be undertaken during 2007. A reasonable degree of certainty can be assumed over this timeframe; however, any degree of accuracy diminishes greatly as one looks further into the future. As such, this report includes very limited discussion regarding project activity anticipated beyond 2007. Seven color-coded maps are presented to graphically describe right-of-way impacts expected at various locations during specific times of the year. Narrative outlines provided on each map describe the actual work to be done during the specific timeframe depicted. For clarification, there is one map labeled "Entryway Sheet 1 of 1," which depicts work to be done in the Entryway area. Subsequent maps labeled "Sheet 1 of 6," "Sheet 2 of 6," etc... are specific to the Base Village-associated work. NOTE: Color copies of these maps are available by email or pick-up at the Town Clerk's office. Send email to rcoxon(a tosv.com to request copies.) 2007 Construction Activity In general, Staff anticipates that the most impactful construction activity this year will be associated with the Town's Entryway Project Brush Creek Rd. P:\MANAGER.XSC\cmq 2007\2-26-07CCIMP.doc Improvements) and the Base Village Project (Building 13 Excavation, Wood Rd. Improvements, and Lower Carriageway Rd. Improvements). There is some uncertainty concerning the Water and Sanitation District's scheduling for utility installations proposed for the "gap section" of Lower Carriageway Rd. This work will directly affect timing of the snowmelting of this road section as well. Both of these projects will have significant impacts in this "gap section" area; however, at this time, it is unknown exactly when they will be undertaken. Several other projects are expected to be under construction during the coming year (Base Village - Phase 1 Buildings, Woodrun Place, Town Hall, Crestwood Condominiums, Sam's Knob Restaurant, Rodeo Place Housing, Entryway Park, etc...); however, their individual and collective impacts are expected to be effectively mitigated through their respective CMP's, and they are not expected to have significant impacts outside of their respective project sites. Providing some relief with respect to potential construction impacts during 2007, it is staff's understanding that: A.)The Snowmass Center Redevelopment Project application will be revised to propose a delayed project start of Spring 2008 (pending Town approval), and B.)A forthcoming revision to the Base Village CMP will propose that the Brush Creek Rd./Wood Rd. Roundabout Project be delayed until 2010. Project Sequencing and Roadway Impacts As stated at the January 22, 2007, Council meeting, staff believes that service levels on Town roadways and intersections will serve as an effective metric for controlling the most significant impacts of Village-wide construction activity. As such, the proposed construction activity has been sequenced in an effort to comply with the minimum service levels, or maximum allowed delay times, that were previously proposed to Council, and which are described as follows: A. For work being done within the public right-of- way in areas maintaining through traffic during construction: P:\MANAGER.XSC\cmq 2007\2-26-07CCIMP.doc During Winter and Summer Peak Seasons, no construction-related traffic stops would be allowed on Sundays and Special Event Days. Stops will be limited to a maximum of five (5) minutes at a time, Monday through Saturday, between 7:00am and 6:00pm. During Spring and Fall Shoulder Seasons, no construction-related traffic stops would be allowed on Sundays and Special Event days. Stops will be limited to ten (10) minutes, Monday through Saturday, between 7:00am and 6:00pm. Exception: stops on Brush Creek Road will be limited to five (5) minutes. B. For work being done outside the public right-of- way in areas maintaining through traffic during construction (i.e., at project site access points): During Winter and Summer Peak Seasons, no construction-related traffic stops would be allowed on Sundays and Special Event days. No stops will be permitted during peak hours on Monday through Saturday (7:00am - 9:00am and 3:00pm - 5:00pm). Stops would be limited to five (5) minutes, Monday through Saturday, between 9:00am and 3:00pm. During Spring and Fall Shoulder Seasons, no construction-related traffic stops would be allowed on Sundays or on Special Events days. No stops will be permitted during peak hours on Monday through Saturday (7:00am - 9:00am and 3:00pm - 5:00pm). Stops would be limited to ten (10) minutes, Monday through Saturday, between 9:00am and 3:00pm. NOTE: For all seasons and for all types of work, no more than two (2) construction-related traffic stops will be allowed to occur at a given time (not including areas of complete road closure). Any proposal to exceed the allowable number or duration of traffic stops would require submittal of a written request to the Town's Construction Coordinator. Authorization for such exceedance would only be granted following notification and consultation with the affected Town Department Heads and Town Manager. Conclusions Staffs review of the attached sequencing plan indicates a period of non-compliance during the Spring 2007 PAMANAGER.XSC\cmq 2007\2-26-07CCIMP.doc Shoulder Season with respect to the threshold of allowing no more than two (2) traffic stops at a given time. During this period, it is likely that travelers would experience delays on Brush Creek Rd. at the Entryway, as well as at the Lower Kearns Rd. and Wood Rd intersections. Furthermore, delays and closures will be experienced on Wood Rd. and Lower Carriageway Rd. during this period. At all other times of the year, the proposed sequencing plan appears to comply with all aspects of the limitations described above. Council is asked to provide specific feedback concerning the proposed sequencing plan and its associated impacts. This will assist staff and the development community in formulating any necessary revisions to best address Council's concerns. Council Options: 1. Receive the proposed sequencing plan for 2007 and provide feedback to staff and the working group. Staff Recommendations: 1. That Council provide specific feedback regarding the proposed sequencing plan. P:\MANAGER.XSC\cmq 2007\2-26-07CCIMP.doc Road Closure C_ 7 One- Lan. O. SUM vAth 10 minute dalllfs One- Lena Closure with 5 ndnute delays be Open rocul 01 j- Ya------- INha, April 16, 2007 through June 15, 2007 Construct ecal I" of Brush Crack Ref./ fIlghfinG Ad. Roundabout Construct boulevard an Brush Creek Road from the Roundabout d east 10 the are aide of the Wait... Center site May 26'- May W is Memorial Day Whaeand. During the Memorial Day Weekend Brush Creak Road will be open In both directions. MEYER 5 v Sheet 1 of 6 a Paz ul S F U 5 d .... i`. a• It.l lxa t L I hG C.. J I T F ram II 1 Il t i•ha II, e`a SrC "" i • ^ .s. I IIg ,I U 1 11 1 I 1 o I,ta s ,4 ill •' A P. v 1i. yy I I I t N R \ jl—II'I II I ICI,• ' i #_ i 1 I; 11h, C\ t-... E5 n l 1 1 I 1 j/ A .t1// J . T V I1 1/AiV / i ,I f,,'•j'~/ I1 •`/' f r ' I I (I I . \/J\l.j/\ Right Of Way Impact Plans Key Road Closure y / mom/ .. A'9 J," ti7 ` Ono- Lane Closure with 10 minute delays V `-` , \ a. syy. i•~ Ono- Lane Closure with 5 minute delays 1 d 4\\ y \ ti v r Open Road Od t_ Lf 2. pea C'J t' Q 4r gr i` i6y, AprllIdh— May 31n Brush Creek Bridge;Construction Continues j Building 13 Excavation:The town cena RDea 1 truck saN a minules 7F 1 \, ` y i ; mar 1 _. % a4 P°"` r.: s" zy S2D nRGC Lower Carriage Wey. 0 6nowmelt Consimclion will Begin j, RH 1. PARCBU)?? fr. _ 1 ` t.`it..\?',_ Be In Z.- o Begin Installing sc Vault, o Seer Construction o Lower Hay Close ConcWI a Begin i wan Construction Wood Rase: f y a T lf o Begin Cm Una Installation o Storm_ a)4/ o$&o yr` a• 1 r °- I L % r %•° b•grb° yTA6g a\ r _ _ T% y- r°- 4- }' i.=,` o Hewer Constructio Ransom Seems from Brio et nbM) a Begin Well Construction o Begin U°r-''-"\' fr\/ y-'y'/I y} !")'' t1b-\\ jI r/!` t !!///// 1 IIII:+:—. 1 I il')I k bj -`{! °{ e I.%! ° b II r; /% ' r^' °+,'' )"`",'"_ '- ra- `-; m? Asphalt R ment o Begin Curb& putter Re nt o Insisting MenM Vault, Brush Creek Roae: I ' o Bepin Well Construction a Slam Be" Construction o pee Crossing II III r )_,'.{., r. . o PRV lneblletlon a Tie- in 17 a Electric Crossing f — _ May 28 - May 28 1e Memorial Day Weekend. During the Memorial Day Weekend Lower Carnage Way will be closed, Wood Road will be open In both directions, Brush Creek Road will be open In both directions. Right Of Way Impact Plans r Road Closure Ono- Lane Clowre with 10 minute delays \\ l \\ L\ t, G Ono- Lane Closure with 5 mNU1e tlalaya _ d ;\ • 1 yu y.. r'- `\ ` y Open Road 11r da Y LO June let— Jllrle 291h Brush Creek Bridge: o Construction Continues Sulldrig 13 Escavatlon I r L o The levm con expect t buck mery a menules r - , / . C yys ke v. Lower Cartago Way o Brownish Construction Continua, Sanitary Sewer Work Begin Well melt puller l/ o Begin Gas Paving f - i o Tie in Ges Line Wood Road: o Wager installing Manifold Vaults x t ew Water& Sewer Installation near B ridge Finish Asphalt Replacement Finish Cum& GuU / Sdowelk IMtela Um Finalize Storm Sewer Installationµ r p Brush Creek Road i a YYY II I - i r r: y- r ti o Water Line Invollatlon Acmes Road t 1 1 - e•. t3. CMthdisWell Wood Ron f% 1 II, r .,.,. 11 II I, I O o Connect UtIll ad Wood Boatload Asphalt I IIII }/_/ / 9f/, • rte o Coarse! Utliluesto Kama Road Wlitlee o PRV Installation June 80— June le Is the Chill Pepper 8 Brow Feat During the Chill Pepper B Brew Fast Lower Carriage Way will be closed, Wood Road VIII be open in both directions, Brush Creek Road will be open in both directions. Ke Riaht Of Way Impact Plans y Road Closure One- Lane Closure with 10 minute delays V Ono- Lone Claims with 5 minute delays Open Read L- 2 L 58A 4- 7 / AZ' June 3&— July 31' t Construction Continues Building 13 Excavation:The tovm can expect I truck e" ry5 minutes VISFX Ro Lower CiumdaWay: 67 AC.,-, a Snmmmeft Constructor, Commas firstaft Guardrail o Begin Curb A Ouffer I Sidewalk Installation o Construct Beer shelter, Wood Read:•-, J; o Finish Snowmalt Construction Finish Curb 6 Butler/ Sidewalk Installation tAll I Construct Bus Shelter Striping& Sanage is Completed Finish ruardrall Brush Crurk Road: a On Tie- In near Alpine Bank a Finish Wall Finish Guardrail j June 3da- July 4" are the details for Independence day j celebrations. During those dates Lower Carriage Way will be open to one lane of traft, Wood Read will be open In both 2c, directions, Brush Crack Road will be open in both d1motiordl. Richt Of Way Impact Plans C,• Key Road Closure One- Lane Closure with 10 minute delays One- Lane Closers with 5 minute delays Open Road 2241 te AU 41 AC, LOT8 91 AC L JEX 7-7 5 F August lot— August 30" iA 7 B.* h Creek Bridge:ConattuctIonFInIshes Tmfnc Is opened up Wood Rod torer the bridge L" rCarriageWay;o SnoamellConalmotionFl. 1slam Cum& Gufter/ Sld" alk Constructon Finl5lan, Wood Read: o Remprf the Old Brush Clear Cleaving Continual Asphalt Tia. 1hto Brush Creak Bridge Right Of Way Impact Plans Key Road Closure FN One- Lane Closure with 10 minute delays Ons- Lane Closure with 5 minute delays Open Read LMAC N N T 6 RRVT so A August 31 October 1511 Brush Creek Bridge:Complete Lower Carriage Way:Complete t Road. V16o1 Complas 77 ill Brush Creek Rod: 0 Complete L/rA August 310— Septsmber 2'o are the dates for Jazz Aspen 41 Snowmass. Lower Carriage Way, Wood Road,& Brush Creek Road will be open In both d1ramflons. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 26, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 11, SERIES OF 2007 - CONCURRING REVIEW: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONCURRING REVIEW OF THE SNOWMASS CENTER AND CLUB COMMONS II PRELIMINARY PUD APPLICATIONS. Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: Approval of this resolution is necessary pursuant to the Municipal Code in order to enable the presentation of the Club Commons II Preliminary Plan application on March 5, 2007 at the same time as the continued review of the Snowmass Center Preliminary Plan application and beyond. General Info: Section 5-230 (b)(3) of Chapter 16A of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code") precludes the review of more than one (1) major PUD application by the Town Council or the Planning Commission at any time, unless expressly authorized by the Town Council by resolution. On November 6, 2006, Town Council authorized the concurrent review of the Club Commons II and Snowmass Center Preliminary PUD applications with the assumption that separate offset reviews would occur by the Planning Commission and Town Council. The Snowmass Center initiated their Preliminary Plan application first, including the amendments, before the Club Commons II Preliminary PUD application was submitted. The Snowmass Center project remains under review, but the Center's applicant has recently submitted a letter requesting continuance from March 5th to April 2"d The Center's request for continuance will be placed on the March 5th agenda for consideration since the previous public hearing on February 5th was continued to this date. In addition, public hearing notices were published and mailed in advance for an anticipated public hearing on March 5, 2007 concerning the Club Commons II PAMANAGERXSCIcmq 2007107-11.doc Preliminary PUD application. Therefore, the adoption of the attached resolution is necessary in order to allow both the Club Commons II and Snowmass Center Preliminary PUD application to be reviewed concurrently by the Town Council, beginning March 5, 2007 and beyond during subsequent Council meetings until one of the Preliminary Plan applications has received a completed review by the Council. Council Options: Approve the resolution in order to permit both items to be discussed, or deny the resolution and direct the Planning Director to reschedule the Club Commons II application at such time the Snowmass Center application completes the Preliminary Plan review and resolution action. Staff Staff recommends approval of the resolution in order to Recommendation: permit the Club Commons II presentation and the public hearing to occur on March 5, 2007. A public hearing notice was pre-published and mailed to affected property owners for this meeting. Following the presentation and discussions, Council would have the option of continuing the Club Commons II hearing to a date certain in April or May until the Snowmass Center might be anticipated for review completion and resolution action. P1MANAGERXSMcmq 2007107-11.doc I TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2 TOWN COUNCIL 3 4 RESOLUTION No. 11 5 SERIES OF 2007 6 7 CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONCURRING REVIEW OF THE SNOWMASS 8 CENTER AND CLUB COMMONS II PRELIMINARY PUD APPLICATIONS. 9 10 WHEREAS, Section 16A-5-300(b)(3) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal 11 Code")precludes the review of more than one major PUD application by the Town Council orthe Planning 12 Commission at any time, unless expressly authorized by the Town Council by resolution; and 13 14 WHEREAS, the previous Resolution No. 55, Series of 2006,which authorized concurrent review of 15 the Snowmass Center and Club Commons II Preliminary PUD applications, assumed separate offset 16 reviews of the applications by the Planning Commission and Town Council; and 17 18 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that it would be appropriate to permit concurrent review by the 19 Council of both the Snowmass Center and the Club Commons II Preliminary PUD applications. 20 21 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, 22 as follows: 23 24 Approval of Concurrent Maior PUD Review. The finalization of the review for the Snowmass Center 25 Preliminary Plan and the beginning of the review forthe Club Commons II Preliminary Plan applications by 26 the Town Council are hereby authorized to occur simultaneously within the meaning of Section 16A-5-230 27 (b)(3) of the Municipal Code until one of the Preliminary PUD applications has received a completed 28 review and resolution action. 29 30 Severability. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held 31 invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be 32 given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution 33 are severable. 34 35 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on 36 February 26'", 2006 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member 37 and upon a vote of_ in favor and _opposed. 38 39 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 40 41 42 43 Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor 44 ATTEST: 45 46 47 48 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 49 50 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 51 52 53 54 John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: February 26, 2007 Agenda Item: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 03, SERIES OF 2007—AMENDMENT TO THE BASE VILLAGE PUD: An ordinance considering an application by the Intrawest/Brush Creek Development Company LLC regarding a Minor PUD Amendment to the Base Village Planned Unit Development. Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: Should the Applicant be permitted to amend the existing PUD? Consistent with Review Standards. The Town Council should determine whether the proposal is consistent with the Review Standards (See Attachment 1 for Review Standards). General Info: Intrawest/Brush Creek Development Company LLC ("Applicants") has submitted a Minor PUD application to amend certain provisions of the Base Village PUD Guide, Construction Management Plan and Restricted Housing Agreement. First reading approval was granted on February 5 with the Applicant being directed to provide further information regarding the employee housing unit mix and anticipated additional construction impacts should Building 13B be permitted to commence construction this summer. Refer to Tab 1 of the application notebook for more detailed information regarding the Applicant's original request. Please refer to Attachment 2 for a unit type comparison between the 2004 PUD Guide, 2006 Minor PUD Amendment as submitted and Option 1" showing the current proposal. It should be noted that the original application contained an error regarding Building 7. It was to contain two units rather than three. For that reason, Attachment 2 shows 26 units proposed within the project resulting in an increase of four units over the 2004 PUD Guide. The Applicant met with Joe Coffey regarding the mix being proposed in Option 1". The two studio units within Building 11 have now been combined to create one 2 bedroom unit. Three studio units within Building 13B have been combined to create two 1 bedroom units. While Joe Coffey will be unable to attend the meeting, he has reviewed the latest proposed unit sizes and mix and likes the new unit mix Attachment 2 Option 1) as an improvement over the original proposal. Paragraph 2(b) of Section Two of Ordinance 21, Series of 2004 Ordinance 21"), required that the project contain a minimum of 19,010 square feet of on-site Restricted Housing. The Exhibit "A" of the executed housing agreement identified that amount but, unfortunately, the PUD Guide and matrix within Ordinance 21 show 15,962 square feet. Exhibit "A" of the "First Amendment To Base Village Restricted Housing Agreement" being proposed still specifies 19,010 square feet. The proposed "Amended and Restated Base Village Planned Unit Development Guide" shows a total of 18,918 t square feet or 2,956 more than what was within the original PUD Guide. Regardless, it is staff's belief that it is not an issue at this time and that subsequent amendment approval would be needed to reduce the total required amount to less than 19,010 square feet of on-site Restricted Housing. The specific original PUD documents being amended are: 1.Amended and Restated Base Village Planned Unit Development Guide (Please refer to Tab 2 of the application notebook. Clean copy and redline version included.) 2.First Amendment To Base Village Restricted Housing Agreement (Please refer to Tab 3 of the application notebook. Amendment and current agreement included.) 3.Amended Construction Management & Phasing Plan (Please refer to Appendix D of the application notebook. Minor changes highlighted. Diagrams show"Current" and "Amended" plans.) Staff finds that the proposed amendments are fairly minor in nature See Lines 66-96 of the enclosed ordinance for specific findings) and will not undermine the intent and purpose of the original Base Village Final PUD approval. Attachment 1 of the packet shows that the net effect of the latest EH amendment will be an increase of 2 units with an increase in EH square footage within the amended PUD Guide. Appendix E in the application notebook shows that the EH construction schedule has been accelerated and will be available sooner than originally projected. Attachments and Attachment 1: Phasing, EH square footage and unit matrix. Review Handouts: Standards. Attachment 2: Applicant's amended unit mix proposal. Attachment 3: Redline of changes to ordinance following 1s` reading. Handout: The applicant has provided a floor plan layout for the EH units within Building 13B and typical unit configurations for discussion during the meeting. They have been placed in the council boxes and are available for viewing at the Town Clerk and Planning Department offices. Council Options: 1. Conduct the Public Hearing and consider granting second reading approval of the enclosed Ordinance, as may be modified at the meeting; OR 2. Table action until additional information has been provided; OR 3. Deny the Ordinance. Staff Grant Second Reading approval of the Ordinance as may be amended Recommendation: at the meeting. 2 A B C D E F G H I J K L M MINIMUM SO. FT. MINIMUM SO. FT. SO. FT. E. H. SO. FT. SO. FT. E. H. HOUSING PUD E. H. PER E. H. E. H. PER AGRMT. GUIDE NUMBER OF UNITS PHASE PHASE PER AMEND. PER PER AMEND. SO. FT. SO. FT. PER PER PER PER HOUSING HOUSING ORD. 21 PUD PUD INCREASE INCREASE PER ORIG. ATTACH. BUILDING PUD AMEND. AGRMT. AGRMT. MATRIX GUIDE GUIDE ( DECREASE) ( DECREASE) PUD APPL. 2 26 Phase lA Same 821 1, 380 818 1 818 1, 380 559 562 1 2 2 2C Phase 1A Same 948 2, 147 940 940 2, 147 1, 199 1, 207 2 3 3 5 Phase 26 Same 2, 545 2, 545 2, 540 2, 540 2, 540 0 0 3 3 3 7 Phase 16 Same 1, 604 1, 604 1, 564 1, 564 1, 564 0 0 2 3 2 8 Phase 1B Same 1, 191 1, 191 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 0 0 1 1 1 10AS Phase 4 Same 5, 240 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 1, 240 0 6 6 6 11 Phase Same 0 1, 063 0 0 1, 063 1, 063 1, 063 0 2 0 13A Phase 2A Same 0 2, 154 0 0 2, 298 2, 154 2, 298 0 2 2 136 Phase3 Phase 2A 6, 661 2, 926 5, 100 5, 100 2, 926 3, 735) 2, 174) 7 5 5 TOTALS: 19, 010 19, 010 15, 962 15, 962 18, 918 0 2, 956 1 22 27 24 Review Standards An application for a minor amendment to a final PUD shall comply with the following standards: a. Consistent with original PUD. The proposed amendment shall be consistent with, or an enhancement of, the original PUD approval. D b. No substantially adverse impact. The proposed amendment shall not have a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood surrounding the land where the amendment is proposed, or have a substantially adverse D impact on the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from the subject property. n c. Not change character. The proposed amendment shall not change the basic character of the PUD or surrounding areas. d. Comply with other applicable standards. The proposed amendment shall comply with the other applicable Z standards of this Division 3, Planned Unit Development, including but not limited to Section 16A- 5- 300( c), z General Restrictions, and Section 16A- 5- 310, Review Standards. ATTACHMENT 2 Employee Housing Comparison by Building 2/15/2007 2006 Minor PUD Amendment2004PUDGuide2006MinorPUDAmendmentOption1 Building T Building Type Building T i STUDIO 1 STUDIO 2B 1 TWO BEDROOM 28 1 ONE BEDROOM 26 1 ONE BEDROOM 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 2C 1 STUDIO 2C 1 STUDIO 2C 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 ONE BEDROOM 1 ONE BEDROOM 1 ONEBEDROOM 5 1 ONEBEDROOM 5 1 ONEBEDROOM 5 1 ONEBEDROOM 1 THREE BEDROOM 1 THREE BEDROOM 1 THREE BEDROOM 7 1 ONE BEDROOM 7 1 ONE BEDROOM 7 1 ONEBEDROOM 1 ONEBEDROOM 1 ONE BEDROOM 1 ONEBEDROOM 8 1 ONE BEDROOM 8 1 ONE BEDROOM 8 1 ONEBEDROOM 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 10AB 1 STUDIO 10AB 1 STUDIO 10AB 1 STUDIO i STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1 TWO BEDROOM i TWO BEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 STUDIO 11 0 11 1 STUDIO 11 1 1 TWO BEDROOM Ir - - - - - - - - - - - - Ir - - - - - - - - - - - - I 13A 0 I I 13A 1 TWO BEDROOM I I 13A 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 STUDIO I I I I 1 1 STUDIO I I I I I 1 STUDIO I I 1 STUDIO I I 13B 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1' STUDIO 1 ONEBEDROOM I I 13B 1 STUDIO I I 136 1 ONE BEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM 11 1 STUDIO I I 1 ONE BEDROOM 1 1 TWO BEDROOM I I 1 ONE BEDROOM I I 1 ONE BEDROOM 22 TOTAL UNITS 26 TOTAL UNITS 24 TOTAL UNITS BASE 10 STUDIO BASE 13 STUDIO BASE 8 STUDIO VILLAGE 6 JONE BEDROOM VILLAGE 7 ONEBEDROOM VILLAGE 9 ONEBEDROOM EHUs 5 ITWO BEDROOM EHUS 5 TWO BEDROOM ENUS 6 TWO BEDROOM 1 THREE BEDROOM 1 THREEBEDROOM 1 THREE BEDROOM ATTACHMENT Communique Supplement Redline of Ordinance Amendments Subsequent to First Reading 64 Section Two: Specific Findings. The Town Council specifically finds: 65 66 1.Moving construction of Building 13B from Phase 3 to Phase 2A. 67 Commencing Building 13B in conjunction with Building 13A could be 68 beneficial provided that the construction impacts are considered in 69 relation to the overall construction impacts that may occur within the 70 community. 71 72 2.Decreasing the employee housing (EH) square footage in Building 73 13B. 74 Per the amended housing agreement. Tthe Applicant has increased the 75 employee housing square footage within Buildings 2B, 2C, 11 and 13A lay 76 sssel to offset the 3,735 square foot reduction within Building 77 13B. The amended PUD Guide reflects a 2,956 EH square footage 78 increase over the original 2004 PUD Guide. The 19,010 EH square 79 footage requirement specified with Ordinance 21 and the original housing 80 agreement remains unchanged. 81 82 3.Adding 1,063 square feet of EH to Building 11. 83 The increases within Buildings 2B, 2C, 11 and 13A offset the reduction 84 within Building 13B. 85 86 4.Providing b 4 additional EH units within Base Village. 87 While the number of units within Building 13B was reduced from 7 to a 4 88 units, the employee housing unit count within Buildings 2B, 2C, 7 and 13A 89 increased with a net increase of a 4 units within the overall Base Village 90 project. In addition, the unit mix shown as "Option 1" on Exhibit "E" of this 91 ordinance improves upon the mix initially approved in 2004. 92 93 I TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2 TOWN COUNCIL 3 4 ORDINANCE NO. 03 5 SERIES OF 2007 6 7 AN ORDINANCE CONSIDERING AN APPLICATION BY THE INTRAWEST/BRUSH CREEK 8 DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC REGARDING A MINOR PUD AMENDMENT TO THE BASE 9 VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT. 10 II WHEREAS, the Base Village Final Planned Unit Development ("BV PUD") was 12 approved by Town Council Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 ("Ordinance 21"); and 13 14 WHEREAS, the Base Village Planned Unit Development Guide ('PUD Guide"), attached 15 as Exhibit "B" of said ordinance, sets forth the zoning and development parameters for the 16 individual buildings and lots within the BV PUD; and 17 18 WHEREAS, IntrawesUBrush Creek Development Company LLC ("Applicants") has 19 submitted a Minor PUD application to amend certain provisions of Ordinance 21including the 20 PUD Guide, Base Village Construction Management Plan ("CMP") and Base Village Restricted 21 Housing Agreement ("Housing Agreement'); and 22 23 WHEREAS, said amendments include: 1) moving construction of Building 13B from 24 Phase 3 to Phase 2A and decreasing the employee housing (EH) square footage in that 25 building; 2) adding 1,063 square feet of EH to Building 11; 3) provide 5 additional EH units 26 within Base Village; and 4) incorporate the "Combustible Material on Building Exteriors" report 27 for the entire PUD rather than needing building specific administrative modification approval, as 28 further described within the application submitted on November 30, 2006; and 29 30 WHEREAS, a meeting was held before the Planning Commission on January 17, 2007; 31 and 32 33 WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the application and adopted Resolution 34 No.1, Series of 2007, providing their recommendations of the Town Council; 35 36 WHEREAS, a public hearing notice was published in the Snowmass Sun on January 17, 37 2007 specifying that public hearing was to occur on February 20, 2007; and 38 39 WHEREAS, said meeting was cancelled and rescheduled to occur on February 26, 40 2007 and a new notice was published on February 7, 2007 amending the public hearing date 41 accordingly; and 42 43 WHEREAS, the Town Council has reviewed the application, heard the 44 recommendations of the Town Staff and Planning Commission as well as the public comments; 45 and 46 47 WHEREAS, said request was considered by the Town Council pursuant to Section 16A- 48 5-390 of the Municipal Code. 49 5o NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass 51 Village, Colorado: 52 TC Ord.07-03 Page 2 53 Section One: General Findings. The Town Council generally finds: 54 55 1.The Applicant has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A-5- 56 390 of the Municipal Code to permit the Town Staff and the Planning 57 Commission an adequate review of the proposed Minor PUD Amendment. 58 59 2. The application is consistent with the applicable review standards specified 60 within Section 16A-5-390(3) of the Municipal Code. 61 62 Section Two: Specific Findings. The Town Council specifically finds: 63 64 1.Moving construction of Building 13B from Phase 3 to Phase 2A. 65 Commencing Building 13B in conjunction with Building 13A could be beneficial 66 provided that the construction impacts are considered in relation to the overall 67 construction impacts that may occur within the community. 68 69 2.Decreasing the employee housing (EH) square footage in Building 13B. 70 Per the amended housing agreement, the Applicant has increased the employee 71 housing square footage within Buildings 2B, 2C, 11 and 13A to offset the 3,735 72 square foot reduction within Building 13B. The amended PUD Guide reflects a 73 2,956 EH square footage increase over the original 2004 PUD Guide. The 74 19,010 EH square footage requirement specified with Ordinance 21 and the 75 original housing agreement remains unchanged. 76 77 3. Adding 1,063 square feet of EH to Building 11. 78 The increases within Buildings 2B, 2C, 11 and 13A offset the reduction within 79 Building 13B. 80 81 4.Providing 4 additional EH units within Base Village. 82 While the number of units within Building 13B was reduced from 7 to 4 units, the 83 employee housing unit count within Buildings 2B, 2C, 7 and 13A increased with a 84 net increase of 4 units within the overall Base Village project. In addition, the 85 unit mix shown as "Option 1" on Exhibit "E" of this ordinance improves upon the 86 mix initially approved in 2004. 87 88 5.Incorporating the "Combustible Material on Building Exteriors" report for 89 the entire PUD. 90 The introduction of additional natural wood balcony material and heavy timber to 91 replace non-combustible materials will enhance the overall appearance of the 92 project; however, they should be consistent with the colors and materials 93 originally approved for the particular building(s) and not affect the mass or scale 94 of the building(s). Nothing within the proposed amendment regarding 95 combustible material implies that the requirements of the International Building 96 Code or Uniform Fire Code are not been applied within the project. 97 P1usekoonradWlS Word Docstase Village\Post Final PUD\2007 Minor PUD AmendmentsTor 2nd Reading\TC Ord 07-03 BV Minor PUD Amend 2nd Read.doc TC Ord.07-03 Page 3 98 Section Three: Action. The Town Council hereby approves the Minor PUD Amendment to 99 certain provisions of Ordinance 21, as described within the application submitted on November 100 30, 2006, subject to the conditions stated within Section Four below. Said amendments are as 101 follows: 102 103 1. the Amended and Restated Base Village Planned Unit Development Guide, 104 attached as Exhibit "A" of this Ordinance; 105 106 2.the First Amendment To Base Village Restricted Housing Agreement ("Amended 107 Housing Agreement'), attached as Exhibit "B" of this Ordinance; 108 109 3. the "Combustible Material on Building Exteriors" report dated December 6, 2005, 110 attached as Exhibit "C" of this Ordinance, is hereby approved and shall be III included as Exhibit "D" of the Amended and Restated Base Village Planned Unit 112 Development Guide; 113 114 4.the amended Construction Management & Phasing Plan, attached as Exhibit "D" 115 of this Ordinance; and 116 117 5. the EH unit mix shown as "Option 1", attached as Exhibit "E" of this Ordinance. 118 119 Section Four: Conditions of Approval. The approval of the amendments stated within 120 Section Three above shall be subject to the following conditions: 121 122 1. The Applicant shall amend Article 1.2.2, Timing for Satisfaction/Prerequisites to 123 Development, and Article 1.2.3, Approval of Club Commons II, of the Amended 124 Housing Agreement as they relate to the current timing and approval of the Club 125 Commons II project. 126 127 2. The Applicant shall amend Article 1.2.4, Remaining Mitigation to be Satisfied, 128 Amended Housing Agreement to reflect that the 9,664 square feet of unmitigated 129 restricted housing has been reduced to 4,571 square feet as reflected on the new 130 Exhibit "A" of the Amended Housing Agreement. 131 132 3. The Applicant shall amend Paragraph 3d of the Planning Director Review 133 Procedures contained within the Amended and Restated Base Village Planned Unit 134 Development Guide to read as follows: 135 136 d. If the proposed change to the exterior combustible construction materials 137 of a Building does not materially increase the mass and scale and is, in the 138 reasonable determination of the Planning Director as authorized pursuant to 139 Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004, generally consistent with the architectural 140 design of such Building as depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and 141 Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit "A", said change may be 142 authorized by building permit approval without necessity of Planning Director 143 Modification approval provided: PAuser\cconracNMS Word Docs\Base Village\Post Final PUD\2007 Minor PUD Amendments\For 2nd Reading\TC Ord 07-03 BV Minor PUD Amend 2nd Read.doc TC Ord.07-03 Page 4 144 145 1) the proposed change(s) to the exterior combustible construction 146 materials of the Building are not in conflict with the "Combustible 147 Material on Building Exteriors" report dated December 6, 2005 attached 148 as Exhibit "D" of the Planned Unit Development Guide; and 149 150 2) the Snowmass Wildcat Fire District approves such change(s). 151 152 4.The Applicant shall amend the documents as required in Conditions 1-3 153 above and submit them to the planning department for review and approval 154 by the Planning Director and Town Attorney. 155 156 5. The final ordinance exhibit documents shall then be provided to the Town 157 Clerk and the ordinance may then be signed by the Mayor. 158 159 6. The completed ordinance and executed Amended Housing Agreement shall 160 then be recorded, at Applicant's expense, in the records of the Pitkin County 161 Clerk and Recorder. 162 163 Section Five. Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any 164 person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or 165 application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or 166 application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. 167 168 INTRODUCED, READ, AND APPROVED on first reading by the motion of Council 169 Member Mordkin and the second of Mayor Mercatoris by a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against, on 170 this 5t" day of February, 2007. 171 172 APPROVED, READ, AND ADOPTED on second reading by the motion of Council 173 Member and the second of Council Member by a vote of_ in 174 favor and _against, on this 26"' day of February, 2007. 175 176 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 177 178 Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor 179 ATTEST: 180 181 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 182 183 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 184 185 John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 186 PAuseftconracKIMS Word Docs\Base Village\Post Final PUD\2007 Minor PUD Amendments\For 2nd Reading\TC Ord 07-03 3V Minor PUD Amend 2nd Read.doc Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 1 of 21) Exhibit"B" TC Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 Amended and Restated Base Village Planned Unit Development Guide In connection with the approval of the development of Base Village (the "Project") in Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004(the "Ordinance"), the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado the "Town") prepared, as Exhibit B to the Ordinance, a Base Village Planned Unit Development Guide ("Original PUD Guide")which summarized the final development plan, land uses, densities, zone district limitations and development regulations for the development of the Project. In connection with the Minor Amendment of the PUD, the Town has amended and restated the Original PUD Guide as more particularly set forth herein (the "Amended PUD Guide"). The Original PUD Guide shall be superseded by this Amended PUD Guide in its entirety, effective as of the date hereof. Where this Amended PUD Guide does not address a specific development standard or requirement of the Code, the provisions of the Municipal Code will apply. To the extent the provisions of this Amended PUD Guide conflict with or are in any way inconsistent with the Municipal Code, the provisions of this Amended PUD Guide will apply. References in this , Amended PUD Guide to the Municipal Code mean provisions as amended or renumbered from time to time except that if the applicable provision has been amended to be more restrictive or burdensome on the development or use of the Project or a portion thereof than the provision in effect as of the date hereof, the version of the Municipal Code in effect on October 20, 2004 will apply. DEFINITIONS i Commercial" means the following uses: retail sales establishments, business/professional offices, personal services, restaurants, general services, commercial recreation facilities, private recreation facilities, and indoor entertainment. Commercial Service Areas" means circulation spaces (elevators, stairs, and hallways) in the Buildings which contain any combination of Commercial, Skier Services or Community Facilities, lobbies, administrative staff, storage and back of house areas located in Buildings 8 and 13A, public restrooms located in Buildings 5, 7, 8, and 13A, mechanical and utility rooms, and the loading dock area located in Building 13A. Community Facilities" means Multi-purpose art/conference space located on the lower level of Building 2A, the Aqua Center located on Lot 4, the conference space located in Building 13A, the offices and public restrooms for the Base Village Master Association located in Building 7 and the medical clinic located in Building 8. Skier Services" means "Ski-Related Facilities", as such term is defined in the Municipal Code, together with following used in conjunction therewith: a) access, circulation, stairs, elevators, lobby and vestibule spaces associated with Building circulation; b) rest rooms (public and private); i 1 00205933.DOC.4) Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 2 of 21) c) children's ski school facilities to include day care, indoor recreation and play rooms, food service/kitchen/cafeteria operations, points of sale and associated equipment, retail which is incidental and accessory to the principal use of the building; d) employee facilities to include locker rooms, meeting rooms, break rooms, dining areas, showers, offices which are accessory to the Skier Services use of the building; e) ticketing, concierges, information desks, ski school sales and registration counters and desks, private lesson desks and waiting/lounge areas, associated offices for accounting, auditing; f) ski area administrative offices; g) public rental lockers and basket check services; h) limited cart oriented retail services within Building 7 only and excluding the Transit Plaza platform area unless authorized by the Town; i) transit arrival services within Building 7; Q) central condominium registration and property management services within Building 7 only to include check in counters, luggage storage, lobby areas, changing rooms, offices accessory to the principal use of the building; and k) ski club facilities in Building 8 only to include arrival desk, ski prep rooms, lockers, outdoor deck space, business center, limited food service for members only, rest rooms, limited spa facilities, limited health club exercise machines and associated weights, meeting rooms, media rooms, limited private bar. GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PARAMETERS 1. Zoning. The underlying zoning of the Property is Mixed-Use-2. 2. Subdivision. The Property has been subdivided and said subdivision plat was recorded in the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder's Office. 3. Permitted Uses. Permitted Uses are those uses as hereinafter described by Lot and also include the following: a) Short-Term Events. On Lots 1 through 6 of the Project, special events of limited duration that provide or facilitate an overall benefit to the community or further an objective of the Town as well as certain other activities of limited duration. Subject to the application process specified under Planning Director Review Procedures the following Short- Term Events are Permitted Uses: ski/snowboard demonstrations, light shows, street performances, food programs, theater programs, public speeches or speakers, art fairs and art festivals, bazaars, markets, sidewalk sales, music festivals and music programs, special holiday events and programs, athletic events, conference related events and community celebrations as each may be defined by the Planning Director)and may include the erection of temporary structures as well as the use of amplified sound and lighting. b) Interim Construction Uses. During construction and development of the Project, the Property may be used for day skier parking, skier services, construction staging and 00205933.DOC 4) 2 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 3 of 21) similar construction uses and such Interim Construction Uses as set forth in the Construction Management Plan described on Exhibit "A" attached hereto. 4 Residential and Accommodation Uses. a) Equivalent Units. The Project may contain a maximum of 367 Equivalent Units, not including Restricted Housing units, as calculated using the formula in Table 1. This provision cannot be modified by the Planning Director Modification procedure. Table 1: Unit Equivalency Sq(3are r a,*rEc1i7(valerit ' r Fbi to 1,000 sf 0.5 1,000-1,500 sf 0.5 + .05 Per Each Additional 100 sf. above 1,000 sf. 1,501-2500 sf 0.75 + .10 Per Each Additional 100 sf. above 1,500 sf. 2,000 sf 1.75 + .25 Per Each Additional 100 sf. above 2,500 sf. b) Multi-Family Dwelling Units. The Project may contain a maximum of 610 actual Multi-Family Dwelling Units, including Hotel and Lodge units. and a minimum of 68 of such Multi-Family Dwelling Units will include Lock-Off Rooms. The provisions of this section cannot be modified by the Planning Director Modification procedure. c) Restricted Housing. The Project will contain a minimum of 19,010 square feet of on-site Restricted Housing to be located in 27 Restricted Housing dwelling units located within the Buildings as described on the Employee Housing Mix Summary described on Exhibit A". The provisions of this section cannot be modified by the Planning Director Modification procedure. 5. Non-Residential Spaces. Table 2 lists the maximum permitted square footage for Commercial Uses, Skier Services, Commercial Service Areas and Community Facilities spaces. The Project can contain no more than 195,000 square feet. This 195,000 square foot cap cannot be modified by the Planning Director Modification procedure. Table 2: Non-Residential.Square Footage Limits Gomm6rci 11 Skid Services Comme cial.Service ommundy Facilities Areas 65,412 46,727 26,275 46,816 00205933.DOC 4) 3 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 4 of 21) In addition to the foregoing, the use of the Commercial space is restricted by that certain Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Commercial Units as described on Exhibit"A". Open Space will be not less than 25% of the total area of each Lots and as generally depicted on the Open Space Map as described on Exhibit"A" including the Events Plaza and other plaza areas within the Project. 6. Phasing. The Project will be developed in accordance with the Phasing Plan with no building permits being issued for a subsequent phase until building permits have been issued for each building in the previous phase and substantial construction has been begun on each such building in the previous phase, except that(a) building permits may be issued and construction may begin on Phase 2A prior to the issuance of building permits for any of the buildings in Phase 16 and (b) Building 13B, on Lot 8, may be constructed as part of Phase 2A: Phase 1A 1 1, 2A, 26, 2C, 3ABC, and 3DE 34 surface parking spaces, underground parking structure Phase 1 B 3 6, 7 and 8, 13 surface parking spaces on Lot 2, Transit Center Phase 2A 9 13A with underground parking facility Phase 2B 2 & 4 4AB, 5, 9AB; 9C t with underground parking in main parking structure, and the Aqua Center Phase 3 5 & 8 11, and 13B both with underground parking Phase 4 6 10AB with underground parking Phase 5 7 12 with underground parking 7. Condition Precedent to Development of Project. Notwithstanding.the foregoing, no building permits will be issued for any of the Buildings located on Lots 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 until the Sam's Knob Express, the Elk Camp Meadows Gondola, the Pulse Gondola, the Assay Hill Lift, and the Burlingame Lift have been completed and are operational, as such mountain improvements are more particularly described in the Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment, as described in Exhibit"A". Building permits may further be restricted by the terms and conditions of the Subdivision improvements Agreement, Restricted Housing Agreement and the Funding Agreement as described in Exhibit "A". DEVELOPMENT PARAMETERS FOR LOTS AND BUILDINGS 1. Lots 1-3. The Underground Parking Structure containing not less than 626 parking spaces will be constructed in general conformity with the Design Drawings described on Exhibit"A" or as may be approved pursuant to the Planning Director Modification procedure. 00205933.DOC 4) 4 ExhibituoUu n TC Ordinance No. 3. Series Of2007 Page 5of21) Conference facilities A Accessory uses A Antenna Reception or Transmission S Devices iblic parking lot A 2. Lot 1. Lot 1 consists(f5.41 acres (235.85& square feet) and Buildings 1, 2A, 2B, 2C, 3/\BC. 3[}E. related underground and surface parking. Maximum FAR. The maximum FAR nA Lot 1inU.93:1. Buildings. Buildings on Lot I will be built in substantial conformance with the Design Drawings for each Building described on Exhibit "A" and the parameter limitations described in- Table 3. The maximum permitted heights for each nf the Buildings 0n Lot 1 are set forth Onthe Height Matrix and Roof Plan described nn Exhibit"/y'. Surface Parking nn Lot 1 will contain not less than 34 spaces and constructed in general conformity with the Final Landscape Plans described nn Exhibit"A,. Lot 1 Use Chart I Blab Multi-family dwellings (see note A A A A Lock-Off rooms (see note 1) A A A A employee housing Conference facilities (see note A A A A Day Care A A Transmission Devices Educational Facilities (see note A A A A Major community facilities (see A note 4) facilities (see note 4) Retail sales establishments (see A A A A A A A Exhibit~D ux u n TC Ordinance No. 3, Series Of 2007 Page 0of21) k's,Uhler note 4) Personal services (see note 4) A A A A A A A Outdoor GaM courts or outdoor A seating areas for restaurants Commercial or public parking lot A Ski and passenger lifts A Tramway stations and non- vehicular ski trails Ski-related facilities (see note 4)A A A A A A A see note 4) Open use recreation uses and A facilities, outdoor play areas seating areas Forest, meadow and open A space see note 4) Pedestrian trails, events plazas,A Notes: 1. Unit types, sizes and lock-off rooms aS specified in the Development Statistics Matrix described Vn Exhibit~C". 2. The use is allowed subject|0 the Declaration (f Covenants, Condition and Restrictions for Commercial Units aS described on Exhibit"A'. 3. As located on Setback Site Plan and Sheet C-2"Site Plan" as described on Exhibit "A" Orao otherwise may be approved hy the Planning Director. 4. AS located oD the colored "Commercial Use Diagrams" in Exhibit"B". 00205933mC 4} 6 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 7 of 21) Table 3: Lot 1 Buildout B MI if "CcEffi—il' `-Skier, hI Ac age 1 9.404 0 0 48,843 0 26,343 0 2A 18.87/29 2 0 72,058 11,926 0 3,901 16,191 2B 13.94/25 3 1,380 36,851 3,780 0 0 a 2C 13.0/23 0 2,147 37,407 1,601 0 3,718 a 3ABC 0 0 0 15,589 8,507 3,697 3,385 0 3DE 0 0 0 8,322 7,897 0 425 0 3. Lot 2. Lot 2 consists of 1.58 acres(68,824 square feet)and Buildings 4AB, 5, 9AB, 9C, related underground and surface parking. Maximum FAR. The maximum FAR on Lot 2 is 1.68:1. Buildings. Buildings on Lot 2 will be built in substantial conformance with the Design Drawings for each Building described on Exhibit"A" and the parameter limitations described in Table 4. The maximum permitted heights for each of the Buildings on Lot 2 are set forth an the Height Matrix and Roof Plan described on Exhibit"A". Lot 2 Use Chart BIdses A Bldg` Allowed'o si e.,B `5 9A6 : 9C Special Review buildings as s puia'ted or,re'stricteo.bel6W-----'- Multi-family dwellings (see note 1) A A Lock-Off rooms (see note 1) A A Timeshare TS S Managers unit/restricted employee housing A A Conference facilities (see note 4) A A Accessory uses A A A A EA Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices S S S S S Public Utility Uses, Services and Facilities S Educational Facilities (see note 4) A A A A Major community facilities (see note 4) A Minor and accessory community facilities A A A A A see note 4) Retail sales establishments (see note 4) A A A A A Business / professional offices (see notes 2 & A 4) 00205933.DOC 4) 7 m'"" ''noUu n TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 8of21) Personal services (see note 4) A A A A A Restaurants [food & beverage] (see note 2 & A A A A A outdoor caf6 courts or outdoor seating areas A for restaurants(see notes 3 &4) Commercial or public parking lot A Ski-related facilities (see note 4) A A A A A Commercial recreation facilities (see note 4) A A A A A open use recreation uses and facilities,A outdoor play areas Indoor entertainment facilities (see note 4) A A A A Pedestrian trails, events plazas, seating A areas Forest, meadow and open space -------I-A NOban: 1. Unit types, sizes and lock-off rooms an specified inthe Development Statistics Matrix described on Exhibit"C". 2. The use iS allowed subject h}the Declaration {f Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Commercial Units aS described on Exhibit"A". 3 Ao located un Setback Site Plan and Sheet<^2 "Site Plan" oo described on Exhibit"A" 8|aS otherwise may be approved by the Planning Director. 4. As located on the colored "Commercial Use DiagranoS" in Exhibit"B' Table 4: Lot 2 BuiUdoui Coniiiiiii en irfiber niisi it L] o0e rea Use,- services service 1,11, Units Roorn sq, are 5 33.71/57 6 2,540 98,123 6,433 2,745 2,740 0 4. Lot 3. Lot 3 consists Vf2.4D acres (1O8.U28 square feet)and Buildings 6. 7, 8. related underground and surface parking. Maximum EAR The maximum FAR 0U Lot 3iu1.2&:1. Buildings. Buildings on Lot 3 will be built in substantial conformance with the Design Drawings For each Building described on Exhibit"A" and the parameter limitations described in Table 5. The maximum permitted heights for each of the Buildings Vn Lot 3are set forth Vnthe 00205933.o0C4> 8 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 9 of 21) Height Matrix and Roof Plan described on Exhibit"A". Surface Parking on Lot 3 containing not less than 13 spaces and constructed in general conformity with the final Landscape Plans described on Exhibit"A". Lot 3 Use Chart 4 ,rSSeoialReviewk t vlk7 Multi-family dwellings see note 1 A A A Lock-Off rooms see note 1 A A A Hotel /Lodge room or suites see note 1 A Timeshare S S S Manager's unit/restricted employee housing A A A Conference facilities see note 4 A A A Accessory uses A A A A Day Care A Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices S S S Educational Facilities see note 4 A A A Major community facilities see note 4 A A Minor and accessory community facilities see note 2 A A A A Retail sales establishments A A A A Business/professional offices see note 2 &4 A A A Personal services see note 4 A A A A f Restaurants food & beverage] see note 2 & 4 A A A VA Outdoor cafe courts or outdoor seating areas for A restaurants see note 3&4 Commercial or ublic arkin lot A Ski and Passen er lifts A Tramwa stations and non-vehicular ski trails A Ski-related facilities see note 4 A A A Commercial recreation facilities see note 4 A A A A Private recreation facilities A A A A Open use recreation uses and facilities, outdoor play A areas Indoor entertainment facilities see note 4 A A A Pedestrian trails, events plazas, seating areas A Forest, meadow and open space A Notes: 1. Unit types, sizes and lock-off rooms as specified in the Development Statistics Matrix described on Exhibit"C" 2. The use is allowed subject to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Commercial Units as described on Exhibit"A". 3. As located on Setback Site Plan and Sheet C-2 "Site Plan" as described on Exhibit "A" or as otherwise may be approved by the Planning Director. 4. As located on the colored "Commercial Use Diagrams" in Exhibit"B". 00205933.DOC 4) 9 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 10 of 21) Table 5: Lot 3 BuIldout. 9 i Buildingn Number. U6i&ctuaI 406ritan or Area JI; 6 v 6.6719 0 0 16,597 y 2,517 0 0 0 7 7.4718 0 1,564 27,327 785 6,641 2,147 1,452 8 35.85132 20 1,000 92, 5,269 5. Lot 4. Lot 4 consists of 0.69 acres (30,056 square feel)and a Community Facility primarily an Aqua Center. Maximum FAR. The maximum FAR is 0.13:1. Buildings. Buildings on Lot 4 will be built in substantial conformance with the Design Drawings for each Building described on Exhibit "A". The maximum permitted heights for each of the Buildings on Lot 4 are set forth on the Height Matrix and Roof Plan described on Exhibit"A". Lot 4 Use Chart Uses Ldt,44 Ag Allowed outsidede Center zsL Special Review.bLildirigs as fuAh6f".-st'ipuIa'tbd' or restricted below Accessory uses A A Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices S Public Utility Uses, Services and Facilities A Major Community Facilities A A Minor and accessory community facilities A A Retail sales establishments A A Personal services A A Restaurants(food & beverage) A A Outdoor caf6 courts or outdoor seating areas for A A restaurants Ski-related facilities A A Commercial recreation facilities A A Private recreation facilities A A Open use recreation uses and facilities, outdoor play A areas Indoor entertainment facilities Pedestrian trails, events plazas, seating areas Forest, meadow and opens ace Table 6: Lot 4 Buildout. 00205933.DOC 4) 10 U'^^ «'u~^xunUm"~ n TC []niina0ce NO. 3, Series of 2007 Page 11of21) all JZ Center 6. Lot 5. Lot 5 consists (fO.01 acres /30.639 square feet)and Building 11. related underground and surface parking. Maximum FAR. The maximum FAR On Lot iy1.G8:1. Building. The Building Vn Lot 5 will b8 built iOsubstantial conformance with the Design Drawings described OU Exhibit"/\" and the p8ir8[Dete[limitations described i0 Table 6. The maximum permitted heights for the Building on Lot 5 are set forth on the Height Matrix and Roof Plan described On Exhibit o/Y'. The Building 0n Lot 5 will include 8n underground parking facility containing not less than 67 parking spaces to be constructed in general conformity with the Design Drawings described on Exhibit"N' or as may be approved pursuant to the Planning Director Modification procedure. Lot 5 Use Chart outs S,=z Special 0 ow Multi-family dwellings (see note 1) A Lock-Off rooms (see note 1) A Timeshare S Conference facilities A Accessory uses A A Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices S Public Utility Uses, Services and Facilities A Minor and accessory community facilities A A Commercial or public parking lot A Private recreation facilities A Open use recreation uses and facilities, outdoor play A areas Pedestrian trails, plazas, seating areas A Forest, meadow and open space A lowed- Notes: 1. Unit types, sizes and lock-off rooms as specified in the Development Statistics Matrix described U0 Exhibit"C". 00205933o(xC*} ll Exhibitoo"~ TC Ordinance No. 3, Series Vf20O7 Page 12oi21) Table 7: Lot BuiUdout. ring Re bi tq FO 7. Lot 6. Lot 0 consists of1.34 acres (58.37O square feet)and Building 1UAB. related underground and surface parking. Maximum FAR. The maximum FAR on Lot Giu2.O7:1. Buildings. Buildings on Lot 6 will be built in substantial conformance with the Design Drawings for each Building described on Exhibit"A" and the parameter limitations described in Table 7. The maximum permitted heights for each of the Buildings on Lot 6 are set forth on the Height Matrix and Roof Plan d9sCrihedVD Exhibit"A'. The Building OOLot 6 will include @D underground parking facility containing not less than 13U parking spaces tUbe constructed in general conformity with the Design Drawings described Vn Exhibit"A' orus may beapproved pursuant tV the Planning Director Modification procedure. Lot 6 Use Chart Multi-family dwellings (see note 1) A Lock-Off rooms (see note 1) A Timeshare S Manager's unit/restricted employee housing A Conference facilities A Accessory uses A A Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices S Public Utility Uses, Services and Facilities A Minor and accessory community facilities A Commercial or public parking lot A Private recreation facilities A Open use recreation uses and facilities, outdoor A play areas Pedestrian trails, plazas, seating areas A Forest, meadow and open space A Notes: 1 Unit types, sizes and lock-off rooms as specified in the Development Statistics Matrix described un Exhibit "C". 00205933z/nc4) 12 U»^° »''u=xxonUu n TC Ordinance No. 3' Series Vf20O7 Page 13uf21) Table 8: Lot 6 BuiYd«vut. 8. Lot 7. Lot 7 consists Cf2.21 acres (Q8.2G7 square feet)and Building 12. related underground and surface parking. Maximum FAR. The maximum FAR |sO.82:1. Buildings. Buildings OD Lot 7will b8 built iD substantial conformance with the Design Drawings for each Building described on Exhibit"A" and the parameter limitations described in Table 8. The maximum permitted heights for each of the Buildings on Lot 7 are set forth on the Height Matrix and Roof Plan described Vn Exhibit"/\". The Building un Lot 6 will include oA underground parking facility containing not less than 37parking spaces t0be constructed in general conformity with the Design Drawings described on Exhibit"A" or as may be approved pursuant tO the Planning Director Modification procedure Lot 7 Use Chart Uses owed IOU Side ped Multi-family dwellings (see note 1) A Lock-Off rooms(see note 1) A Timeshare S Managers unit/ restricted employee housing A Conference facilities A Accessory uses A A Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices S Public Utility Uses, Senfices and Facilities A Minor and accessory community facilities A Commercial or public parking lot A Private recreation facilities A Open use recreation uses and facilities, outdoor play areas A Pedestrian trails, plazas, seating areas A Forest, meadow and open space A Notes: 1 Unit types, sizes and lock-off rooms @S specified |Otile Development Statistics Matrix described on Exhibit"[". m020593/zxOC4v 13 Exhibitm~]uo^ n TC Ordinance No. 3, Series 0f 2007 Page 14nf21) Table 9: Lot TBuiKdout. g. Lot 8. Lot 8 consists 0fl.1O acres<47,Bl6 square feet) and Building 13B. related underground and surface parking. Maximum FAR. The maximum FAR iS1.67:1 Buildings. The Building on Lot D will be built in substantial conformance with the Design Drawings described on Exhibit "A" and the parameter limitations described in Table 9. The maximum permitted heights for the Building on Lot 8 are set forth on the Height Matrix and Roof Plan described 0n Exhibit'/Y'. The Building 0n Lot 8 will include an underground parking facility containing not less than 70 parking spaces to be constructed in general conformity with the. Design Drawings described on Exhibit"A" or as may be approved pursuant to the Planning Director Modification procedure. Lot 8 Use Chart Multi-familydwellings see note 1) A Lock-Off rooms (see note 1) A Hotel/Lodge room or suites A Timeshare S Manager's unit I restricted employee housing A Conference facilities A Accessory uses A A Day care A A Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices S Public Utility Uses, Services and Facilities A Minor and accessory community facilities A A Commercial or public parking lot A Private recreation facilities A Open use recreation uses and facilities, outdoor play A areas Indoor entertainment facilities A Pedestrian trails, plazas, seating areas A Forest, meadow and open space A A lowed 13B,- Notes: 00205933.DOC 4) 14 Exhibit~DKnn~ n TCO[diD8nCe No. 3, Series (f 2007 Page 15cf21) 1. Unit types, sizes and |8Ck-0ff rooms 8s specified in the Development Statistics Matrix described on Exhibit"C". Table 10: Lot 8Buildomt ol ITS 10. Lot 9. Lot Q consists of335 acres /145.A2G square feet)and Building 13A. related underground and surface parking. Maximum FAR. The maximum FAR iS1.42:1. Building. The Building on Lot 9 will be built in substantial conformance with the Design, Drawings described on Exhibit "A"and the parameter limitations described in Table 10. The maximum permitted heights for the Building on Lot 9 are set forth on the Height Matrix and Roof Plan described on Exhibit"/\". The Building nn Lot Q will include @O underground parking facility containing not less than 139 parking spaces to be constructed in general conformity with the Design Drawings described OO Exhibit"/\' 0r8S may beapproved pursuant tO the Planning Director Modification procedure. Lot 9 Use Chart Ail 13Aoutside Multi-family dwellings (see note 1) A Lock-Off rooms (see note 1) A Hotel/Lodge room or suites A Timeshare S Managers unit/restricted employee housing A Conference facilities (see note 4) A Accessory uses A A Day Care A A Antenna Reception or Transmission Devices S Educational Facilities (see note 4) A Major community facilities (see note 4) A Minor and accessory community facilities A A Retail sales establishments (see note 4) A A Business/professional offices (see notes 2 & 4) Personal services (see note 4) A A Restaurants [food & beverage] (see notes 2 & 4) A A Outdoor cafd courts or outdoor seating areas for A restaurants (see notes 3 &4) 00205933.o0C*} 15 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 16 of 21) Commercial or public parking lot A Ski-related facilities see note 4 A A Commercial recreation facilities see note 4 A A Private recreation facilities A A Open use recreation uses and facilities, outdoor . A play areas Indoor entertainment facilities see note 4 A Pedestrian trails, events plazas, seating areas A Forest, meadow and open s ace A Notes: 1. Unit types, sizes and lock-off rooms as specified in the Development Statistics Matrix described on Exhibit "C". 2. The use is allowed subject to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Commercial Units as described on Exhibit "A". 3. As located on Setback Site Plan and Sheet C-2"Site Plan" as described on Exhibit"A" or as otherwise may be approved by the Planning Director. 4. As located on the colored "Commercial Use Diagrams" in Exhibit"B" Table 11: Lot 9 Buildout. Buading "Eg1)iyalent .Units Mm zBuilding 'Commercial - .. Saver Commeraal 'Community:' HGrriber+ llriiish Containing 'Restneie "Floor ;. :'Uses •$ennces 'Servjce ?Faclhtles 'l Actua dclLr<'OB t.B Atea Areas k units Ro6ms Housing footage t r= 13A 63.49/152 • 21 2,298 201,683 8,565 0 7,988 Table 12: Alternative Parking Plan Requirements Type of Use Nurnbeir bf S aces. Residential 75 Spaces per Unit Restricted 1 Space per Unit Housing Non-Restaurant 1 Space per 300 Commercial sf. Restaurant 1 Space per 8 Commercial seats Compact parking spaces and tandem/stacked parking spaces (provided that valet parking service is being provided) are allowed within underground parking structures: 1) if consistent with the Parking Management Plan; 2)in general 00205933.00c 4) 16 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 17 of 21) conformity with the Design Drawings described on Exhibit"A"; or 3)as may be approved pursuant to the Planning Director Modification procedure. PLANNING DIRECTOR REVIEW PROCEDURES 1. Planning Director Deferred Architectural Plan Review. The final architectural plan contemplated in Section 16A-5-360(c)(2)C for Buildings 10A and B, 11, 12 and 13B will be submitted to the Planning Director prior to the submission of a building permit application. The Planning Director will review the final architectural plan to determine that substantial consistency exists between the final architectural plan and the preliminary architectural plan for the Building and the design narratives described in Exhibit"A", the conditions imposed by the Ordinance and the provisions of this Amended PUD Guide. The Planning Director may request additional information necessary to adequately evaluate a final architectural plan as the Planning Director deems reasonably necessary. The applicant shall be responsible for payment of Town costs associated with processing the application pursuant to the Town Planning Department Fee Schedule in effect at the time application is made. After review of the final architectural plan, the Planning Director will cause a public notice to be published that the Town Council will consider the approval of the final architectural plan fqr a building at a regularly scheduled Town Council meeting, to occur at least 10 days following the date of publication of the public notice. At the such meeting the Town Council will consider the recommendation of the Planning Director and will approve the final architectural plan by Resolution provided that substantial consistency exists between the final architectural plan and the preliminary architectural plan for the building and the design narratives described in Exhibit A", the conditions imposed by the Ordinance and the provisions of this Amended PUD Guide. 2. Final Plan Approval for Aqua Center. Prior to the submission of an application for a building permit for the Aqua Center the Applicant will submit the final drawings contemplated in Section 16A-5-360(c)(2)c to the Planning Director. The Planning Director will review the final architectural plan to determine that substantial consistency exists between the final drawings and the preliminary drawings for the Aqua Center and the design narratives described in Exhibit"A", the conditions imposed by the Ordinance and the provisions of the Base Village Amended PUD Guide. After review of the final drawings, the Planning Director will cause a public notice to be published that the Town Council will consider the approval of the final drawings for the Aqua Center at a regularly scheduled Town Council meeting to occur at least 10 days following the date of publication of the public notice. At such meeting the Town Council will consider the recommendation of the Planning Director and will approve the final drawings by Resolution provided that substantial consistency exists between the final architectural plan and the preliminary architectural plan for the building and the design narratives described in Exhibit"A", the conditions imposed by this Ordinance and the provisions of the Base Village Amended PUD Guide. The Planning Director and the Town Council may request additional information necessary to adequately evaluate a final drawings as they deem reasonably necessary. 3 Planning Director Modifications to Buildings Not Affecting Mass or Scale. The Planning Director will review, prior to the application for a building permit for any Building being modified, proposed modifications as follows: a. The number of actual Multi-Family Dwelling Units permitted in such Building would be modified by no more than 5 actual Multi-Family Dwelling Units. 100205933.DOC 4) 17 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 18 of 21) b. The total amount of Commercial, Skier Services, Commercial Service Areas or Community Facilities for such Building will be modified by no more than 1,000 square feet. C.If the proposed change to the final architectural plan of a Building does not materially increase the mass and scale and is, in the reasonable determination of the Planning Director, generally consistent with the architectural design of such Building as depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit"A". d. If the proposed change to the exterior combustible construction materials of a Building does not materially increase the mass and scale and is, in the reasonable determination of the Planning Director as authorized pursuant to Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004, generally consistent with the architectural design of such Building as depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit"A" and the Snowmass Wildcat Fire District approves such change. e. If the proposed modification would cause the height of the Building to exceed the height limitation for such Building by one foot(1')or less. f.If the proposed modification to a Building would cause the FAR for the Building's Lot to exceed the FAR limitations for such Lot by no more than 2%. g. Modifications within the underground parking facilities increasing the amount of compact parking spaces(up to but not exceeding 15% of the actual parking spaces within the given facility) or tandem/stacked parking spaces. The appropriate location and number of compact and/or tandem/stacked parking spaces will be determined by the Planning Director based upon applicable standards and provisions set forth in the Municipal Code. h. Modifications to or the addition of outdoor cafe courts or outdoor seating areas for restaurants. 4 Standard of Review for Planning Director Modification. For any such modification, the Planning Director will consider whether the proposed modification: a. is consistent with the original provisions of this Amended PUD Guide and the Ordinance; and b. does not have a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood surrounding the affected Lot or have a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from such Lot; and c would not change the basic character of the Project or surrounding areas; and d. complies with all applicable standards and provisions of the Municipal Code. Upon finding that the proposed modification meets the such criteria, the Planning Director will grant a Planning Director Modification approval and a written notice of decision will be recorded in the records of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. 00205933.DOC4) 18 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 19 of 21) 5. Procedure for Obtaining Planning Director Modification. a. The application will minimally include the following: i) revised Design Drawings, if necessary; and ii) specify the exact changes proposed to the previously approved development parameters for the Building; and iii) specify the effects, if any, such modification would have to the development parameters for the Lot; iv) written description of how the proposed modification complies with the Standards for Review'specified in Paragraph 4 above; and v) signed fee agreement to pay Town costs associated with processing the application. b. Within 15 days after receiving such submission, the Planning Director will provide a written decision notice of the Planning Director's determination approving, approving with conditions or denying the application. C. Within 10 days after the Planning Director's determination, the applicant for the proposed modification may appeal such determination to the Town Council, which has the authority to reverse the determination of the Planning Director by majority vote of its members present and voting. 6. Short-Term Event Application("STEA"). A permit for a Short-Term Event may be applied for in accordance with the following procedure: a Not later than the application deadline specified in Table 13 below for the type of STEA proposed, or as may be authorized by the Town Manager, an application must be submitted to the Planning Director describing the operational nature of the Short-Term Event, including: i) supervision, emergency and security plans; and ii) water and sanitation; and iii) food and beverage service; and iv) parking and transportation; and v) lighting, noise and trash;and vi) permit area, hours of operation, supervision and control; and vii) unique concerns, if any. 00205933.DOC 4) 19 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 20 of 21) b. Within the applicant meeting deadline specified in Table 13 below, the Planning Director and the applicant will meet to review the application. , C.Following the conference, but within the decision notice deadline specified in Table 13 below, the Planning Director will issue a written decision notice approving, approving with conditions or denying the application. d So long as the application demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the Planning Director, that: i) adequate management and mitigation measures will be undertaken with regards to the operational issues; and ii) the proposed use will be appropriate in the proposed location, taking into consideration the nature of the proposed use and the relationship of the use to surrounding land uses: and iii) the proposed use will comply with the policies and regulations of the Town, the Planning Director will approve the application. Table 13: Short-Term Event Application Review Schedule Short-Term Event.Appl!cation Review Schedule APPLICATION APPbt.ICATION,DECISION, DEADLINE: , „ -4•MEETING'.:' 'NOTICE ISSUED MINOR EVENT EVENT DURATION DOES NOT EXCEED 3 7 DAYS PRIOR TO 3 DAYS AFTER 2 DAYS AFTER CONSECUTIVE DAYS AND IS DESIGNED OR MAY EVENT APPLICATION APPLICANT BE REASONABLY ANTICIPATED TO ATTRACT NO RECEIVED MEETING MORE THAN 750 VISITORS PER DAY TO THE PROPERTY MAJOR EVENT EVENT EXCEEDS 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS OR WILL 25 DAYS PRIOR TO 10 DAYS AFTER 5 DAYS AFTER LIKELY ATTRANCT MORE THAN 750 VISITORS PER EVENT APPLICATION APPLICANT DAY TO THE PROPERTY RECEIVED MEETING Note: "Days" means Town business days 7. Administrative Renewal of Short-Term Event Application. Applicants may request in writing for renewal of a previously approved STEA permit provided the event will remain substantially as previously approved and that the request to renew is submitted within 1 year of the prior STEA but no later than 25 days prior to the upcoming event. Provided the prior event was conducted in a safe and orderly manner without complaints having been received or matters of concern being identified by the Town, approval may be granted by the Planning Director pursuant to Paragraphs 6c-d above within 3 days of STEA receipt. At the time of the second annual STEA renewal, the applicant may request that the renewal be for up to 5 years. 8. Appeal. A decision by the Planning Director concerning an application for an STEA permit or renewal thereof, may be appealed, pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5- 80, Appeals. The appeal shall be referred to the Town Council, which shall consider the matter pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-80(d), Procedure. 00205933.DOC 4) 20 Exhibit "A" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 21 of 21) 9 Penalties. Violation of any term or condition oT an STEA permit by the permittee, its agents or employees shall subject the permittee to the penalties set forth in Section 1-72 of the Municipal Code. In addition, where probable cause exists to suspect that a violation of any term or condition of a temporary use permit will pose a threat to public health, safety or welfare, the Chief of Police is hereby authorized to revoke an STEA permit and to require that any activity authorized thereby cease and desist immediately. l f00205933.DOC 41 21 Exhibit "B" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 1 of 6) FIRST AMENDMENT TO BASE VILLAGE RESTRICTED HOUSING AGREEMENT THIS FIRST AMENDMENT TO BASE VILLAGE RESTRICTED HOUSING AGREEMENT(this "Amendment") is entered into as of 2006,between INTRAWESTBRUSH CREEK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LLC ('Developer") and the TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation(the Town"). RECITALS: WHEREAS,Developer intends to develop that real property situated in the Town commonly known as Lots 1 —9,Base Village Planned Unit Development, (the "Property"), as depicted on the Final Plat for Base village PUD; WHEREAS,Developer received approval from the Town to develop the Property the "Project")as more particularly described in Town Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004(the Ordinance"); WHEREAS,in conjunction with the development ofthe Project, the Tows and Developer entered into that certain Base Village Restricted Housing Agreement dated November 4,2004, recorded in the offices of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder on February 2, 2006 at Reception No. 520494,Pitkin County, Colorado records (the"Agreement"); WHEREAS, the Town and Developer have agreed to amend the Agreement on the terms and conditions specifically set forth in this Amendment. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants contained herein and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows: 1. Base Village/Fanny Hill /Sinclair Meadows Employee Housing Mitigation Requirements and Measures. The table identified as "Exhibit A" with the title 'Base Village/ Fanny Hill/Sinclair Meadows Employee Housing Mitigation Requirements and Measures" attached to the Agreement, is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced with the table attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein. 2. Full Force and Effect. The Agreement, as amended by this Amendment, sets forth the entire agreement between the parties regarding the Property and supersedes any prior agreements,negotiations or understandings ofthe parties. The Agreement shall remain in full force and effect as written, except as modified by this Amendment. To the extent that any terms or provisions of the Agreement are inconsistent with the terms or provisions set forth in this Amendment,this Amendment shall control and such terms and provisions shall be deemed superseded by this Amendment. 00206058.DOC)t Exhibit "B" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 2 of 6) 3. Counterparts. This Amendment may be executed in one or more counterparts, which when taken together, shall constitute one and the same original. The parties agree that signatures transmitted by facsimile shall be binding as if they were original signatures. SIGNATURES ON FOLLOWING PAGE] 1 00206058.DOC)2 Exhibit "B" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 3 of 6) IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this Amendment to be signed as of the date set forth below to be effective as of the date written above. TOWN: TOWN COUNCIL FO SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, a Colorado municipal corporation By: Name: Title: Date: APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr.,Town Attorney SIGNATURES CONTINUE ON FOLLOWING PAGE] 00206058.noC) 3 Exhibit "B" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 4 of 6) DEVELOPER: f INTRAWEST/BRUSH CREEK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company By. Intrawest Resorts, Inc. a Delaware corporation, its Manager By: Michael O'Connor,Vice-President Date: 00206056.DOC)4 Exhibit "B" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 EXHIBIT A Page 5 of 6) Employees S.F.Housing SF.Homing"S.F.Housing S.F.Housing! S.F.ASC TolaIS.F.s RequirementTypoofUse(Square Feet) Lilts crUndts 1,000 lot/' Geeneated ;(45%a/empsar Provided at Provided at Provided at Housing Otlrer Housing unit 448s1/amp) BV Cat SM Credits Provided Phaseone_ _ - See below See below 336 67,769 6,32'1_ 781143 . _ - 0_ -23,384' 8"" : -:'67,769 " Budding1 S9abe1ow Seebelow 8159 16,840 0 low 0 0 0 14010 Studio One Bedroom! 2 032 0.64 129 TwOBwtroon,' 6 0.42 2.52 508 Three Bedroom, 6 052 3.12 629 ChRIM!,Center 1430 Beebebw T7.9 14574 Ch9dren'SFaa96es' 19,104 3.68 70.3 14,173 Feedt ms7LOckws; 7,M 098 69 _" 7,107 BwidmglA -----' Sae below Seebelow 840 f d97 0 11,07 0 0 0 17,817 Shx6n/Om Bedroom; 7 032 2.24 451 Two Bedroom, 15 0,42 63 1,270 Three Berk" 7 0.52 3.64 734 F.d&Bewmg6' 9,056 5.16 46.7 9,421 Rota?, 1,870 4.83 13.9 195 ofiv 0 3.68 0.0 0 CanmunOyFadlyy, 16,190 __Q-97... 15.7 -. 3,168 Buadaro28 See below Seebelow -2'7.39 4521 - 1,560___. 1,166 -0 676 - 0- _ _5,522 Shrdro/One Bedrmm; 19 0.32 6.08 1,226 TwoSeemm. 4 0.42 1.68 339 rnr6aeaamm 2 - 0.52 1.04 210 Food&Beverage' 1,011 616 51 11052 Reta9_ ..2,169 4.83 13.4 ._ .1,696 6uBd1ng1C -- Sea below '._see be. 76.79 7 -4985 ;1ri_ _ .. 0 0 _ 1,156 ..- ._.6. _ _ .4365 Studo/One Bedown: 10 0.32 3.2 645 Two Bea,,', 9 042 178 782 Two Bedroom 4 0,52 2.08 419 Reuel 1,601- 4183 L7_ . . 1,5¢8 Buddbp LlBC 11,30.1 Saebelow $L5 11,591 0 0 0 11,591 0 11,592 Food&Beverage', 8,507 5.16 43.9 81849 OverServices 3,697 3.68 116 _ 2,743 Bugdin89DE 7,891 $n . 40below .9 4115 0 0 0 4115 0 4113 FOOd&Bevenge' 6,545 5.16 318 81808 Refmi_ __1,352_ _ 4,83___- __ 6,5 - 1,316 Bu6dwp6 Sea below Sw D6low 17.17 - 4461 0 0 0 - 3,M1 0 9,461 Two Bedroom 5 0.42 21 423 M.Bedroom 4 0.52 2.08 419 Food&Beverage_ .2,317 _ _" 5.16 .13.0 _ . 2,618 Building See below Se6bebw 497 1,808 1,604 0 0 -__zos ___ d _ - im_ Two BO6vam 2 041 0.84 159 Three Bedroom 5 0.52 2.6 524 ForBedms 1 0.62 0.62 125 FooddBew7ap 785 516 4.1 817 Sb'erServices+__ 899 a 0.9 174 Building 8^ Saebelow See below 59.76 110q 1,191 0 0 c loam 0 1!,047 Boob/OneBedroom 11 0.38 4.18 843 TwoBedmom 21 0.76 15.96 3,218 ThreeBedoom 0 0.52 0 0 FourBedoon 0 0.62 0 0 FooddBeserare: 3,045 518 15.7 166 C6nz 4,987 3.68 194 3,700 SkierServocas 5,785 0.0 5.5 1,120 spa 0 0.96 0.0 0 Credit Existing Admin.Bldg -11,961 3.68 50.6 40,205 0 0 0 -10,205 0 •10,205 Credit-Exisfing Medical Center -3100 3.68 13.1 645Demolition o _ 0 0 2,645 0 2,645 Phase Two See below_ saebelow_ - 245 °, 49,178_ 7,625 _ 0 31,708 10,064_ _0_ -491418_ Budding 13A^ Salobebw See billow 110.4 2;251 ;154 0 20,090 0 0 2;252 Sludro/OneSeeoon, 110 0.38 41.8 8,427 TwoBedrown 31 0.76 23.56 4,750 TimesBedroom 9 0.52 4.68 943 FwrBedOm' 2 0.62 1.24 250 Fw06Berap _".7,577_ 5.16_ 39.1 7862 Building 138 Seebelow Sea below 38.1 1,677 ;926 0 4,751 0 0 7,677 Studm/OnoBedmm' . 42 0.38 16.0 3,218 TwoBeeman 25 0.76 190 3,830 ThreeBedoom, 6 0.52 3.1_.._ 629 _ Building MB Seebefow See below 72.0 4531 0 0 4,5,11 0 0 1,531 Sbrdo70ne Bedaam 1 0.32 0.32 65 TwoBedmvm 2 042 0.84 169 ThreeBedroom: 2 052 1.04 210 Ret_aA' 4,198 _ _4.83 _- 203 4,088 BuOding5 Seebelow See below 5470 11,04 1,345 0 1,328 6,961 0 11,834 Studm/OneBedoon' 5 0.32 1.6 323 TwoBedoon 42 0.42 17.64 3,556 ThreeBedowm 10 0.52 5.2 1,048 RataB 6,433 4.87 31.1 4264 SkierServices(Lockers). 2,745 0.96 2.6 531 Radmwns._ 577 0.96 0.6 112 1 Building aB tall Seebelow 7.1 1,138 0 0 0 1,09 0 1,139 v Retail 1.478 .. 4.63_ . . 7,1.1.439 Building SC 1,031 See below 5.0 1,001 0 0 0 1,07 0 1,07 Exhibit "B" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 6 of 6) Refa9i_ 1,034 4.83 SO 1.007__ - _ _ _ A vatic Cents J500 0.96 d1 677 0 0 0 877 0 en PhB;e One. Twp _ See,pbov4 -ses abovs _ 581, _ 117,187_ .._13,847__ 36,143_ .. 31,708 _.. 33,388_ ...__ .117,187_ . r PhaseThree _ _ Seebelow _ seabeiow 21 '_4410_ 1,067 _ 0 _0_ 3,782- 0 4,143 Bw76,911 SObelow Seebelow 20.56 4,145 1,060 0 0 4002 - 0 — 414s SU4610ne Bednwn; 7 0.32 2.24 452 Two BeAoom', 30 0.42 12.6 540 fi.Bedowni if 0.52 5.72 1153 PhaseOneThreo See abate _ Sesabove 602 `_121,332" _ 15,010 _38,143 31,708 36,470 0 _ 121,332 Phase Pour_ Sea below Seebelow _ 38_ 1,701-- _ 4,000 - ^0 __,p _ 2461 11240 _7,701 _- BandblgIM S.Obebw See below 36.20' 1,701 4000 0 0 401 1240 _ 1,701 SkdD/orwBmYUwn' 29 0.32 9.28 1,871 TwoBedown; 28 0.42 11.76 2,371 ThmeBedoom. 33 - 0.52 17.16 3,459 Phase Frve See below_ saebebw ___.. 17 j L30- —- 0 0 0 _ U _ 3,380__ _X30 BuiFOS 12 -'-- - b..below see below 16.52 3,uo o- —0— o - -0 SNdb/One Sedawn 15 0.32 4.8 968 TwoBedown 18 0.42 7.56 1,524 Th2aBetrowni B 0.52 4.16 939 Tot See above See abov. 657-„, 132,383 19,010 38,143 31,708 .. 38931 4,571 132,363 AMvala pm rtimanagenrertaBeesn Bmidn97welodudedin Uecondogenerationr swwewishdasaseparateBem Fuhmdrub space in Buldlp 8 i1not included inthe calwla0ons Conference lwiaes m Bddhg IMare induct in 0w hmel generationneww are nolWad as asepanee ben. a intrawest Exhibit "C"placemakingTCOrdinanceNo. 3, Series of 2007 Page 1 of 5) 105017th street,Suite 1000 Denver,fA80265 USA t T 303 623 3392 F 303 893 1487 DATE November 5,2006 ADDRESS Mr.Chris Conrad PlanningDirector Town of Snowmass Village P.O.Box 5010 Snowmass,CO 81615 RE Letter of Consent for PUD Amendment Application Mr.Conrad, I have reviewed and do endorse the applicability of the document known as Combustible Material on Building Exteriors dated December 6,2005 for all buildings in Snowmass Base Village. This language has been approved for previous Administrative Modifications within the village and it is appropriate to incorporate it into a PUD Amendment for the entire Base Village. I hereby give my consent to do i SO. Sincerely, John T.Mele Fire Marshall Wildcat Fire Protection District Enclosed:Combustible Material on Budding Exteriors Snowmass Base Village—December 6,2005 Mr.Doug Beall Development Manager Intrawest Placemaking l We createplaces where amazing experiences happen Exhibit "C" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 2 of 5) i • COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL ON BUILDING EXTERIORS Snowmass Base Village Snowmass Village,Colorado Presented To: Town of Snowmass Village Attention: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Phone: 970. 923.5534 Wildcat Fire Protection District Attention: John T. Mele,Fire Marshal Phone: 970.923.2212 December 6,2005 t 7-7--06 etz- 4- Exhibit "C" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 3 of 5) FACILITY DESCRIPTION i The Snowmass Base Village is a large mixed-use development including multi-family residential hotel and condominium buildings,mercantile and restaurant occupancies, assembly conference and a large below building enclosed parking structure. The complex consists of single buildings as well as a large single building ofmixed occupancy including hotel guest rooms, condominium units,residential condominium lock-offunits,meeting and banquet facilities,a spa and fitness center,restaurant(bar and associated kitchens,retail, and back-of-house support areas. The building will be treated as a single building as well as a single overall building and will have separated and non- separated uses as allowed by the adopted building code. INTRODUCTION Rolf Jensen and Associates has been commissioned to provide fire protection and life safety consulting services for this large-scale project. The Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District has requested that a Life Safety Report(LSR)be prepared for this large-scale project. That Life Safety Report has been submitted for review and approval by the Snowmass Village Fire Protection District and should be referenced when reviewing this as well as any future requests for administrative modification or memorandum of understandings. 5 This document known as a Administrative Modification—Combustible Material on Building Exteriors describes,in detail,the equivalent details and fire protection features of The Snowmass Base Village in Snowmass, Colorado. This request is submitted as a formal request for consideration for the modification and approval of alternate materials,design and methods of construction as permitted by International Building Code. The building and fire code permit the building and fire official to grant modifications for individual cases. This approval is based on those authorities determining that the strict letter ofthe code is not practical and that the modification is in conformance with the intent and purpose of this code and that such modification does not lessen any ofthe fire protection requirements for the building,the life safety of the occupants or any degree of structural integrity. The detail of any such action granting modification shall be recorded and entered into the files of the code enforcement agency. This administrative modification is the documentation of our request with supporting data and is intended to provide the documentation ofthe process and approval for this project only. The design team has meet on numerous occasions with the building and fire department and has been guided by the International Building Code and Ordinance 21 as previously approved by the Town of Snowmass Village to permit the following with respect to the use of exterior combustible materials on the building complex: NOTE: These provisions listed are only those applicable to the use of exterior l Exhibit "C" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 4 of 5) combustible materials on the exterior of the building. This request is not intended to modify any of the previously agreed to provisions). Wood veneer of boards not less than 1-inch nominal thickness of exterior type panels of not less than 3/8-inch nominal thickness may be applied to walls, provided the veneer does not exceed 15-feet above grade,and further provided such veneer is furred out from such surfaces not to exceed 1 and 5/8 inches with all concealed spaces fire-blocked. No fire treated wood siding is authorized above 15 feet. Siding above 15 feet must teoFnon-combustible construction. Trim is defined as window/door trim,bellybands(at each floor) and comer boards only. Wood trim must be smaller than 3-inches by 12-inches. Wood trim will not be allowed on projections above 15-feet.Projections(projections are considered to balconies, eaves and roofsections as defined by the building code) aboveve 15- feet must be of non-combustible materials excludin trim.Non-treated wood trim may eapplied-to-non-combustible' structura a ements below 15-feet from grade. Non-combustible trim above 15-feet from grade is allowed to be foam plastic,but must meet the requirements of IBC Section 1406. NOTE:Ifheave timbers are used as described in this documentper the Fire Marshal, combustible belly-bands and corner boards would not be permitted to be used Combustible wood balcony handrails will be permitted on the exterior ofthe building as a combustible material. For buildings constructed as Type If-A structures,arcades,walls and entrances below 15 feet from grade will have non-combustible structural elements and be constructed to comply with the provisions of Type H-A construction requirements. The buildings will incorporate a"true"Class A roof assembly(including if applicable wood shake shingles) as described in the NFPA Fire Protection Handbook, 17`s edition. The typical roof assembly for each building will be presented to the building and fire department for compliance with this requirement. Additionally at the meeting on May 27, 2005 with Snowmass—Wildcat Fire Protection District, Intrawest, OZ Architecture, RJA and the Snowmass Building Department, it was agreed to by the design team that the following would be complied with for the limited use of combustible material above 15 feet on the exteriors of the remaining buildings. All exterior trim pieces will be of heavy ' tbet ension. This means that the minimal dimension of trim pieces will 6 x 8 inch . These pieces will not be treated with fire retardant material.NO fhea imbers are used as Exhibit "C" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 5 of 5) described in this documentper the Fire Marshal,combustible belly-bands and corner boards would not be permitted to be used. These trim pieces will not be structural timbers nor will they made of either glue-lam or rough sawn glue-lam timbers. No combustible trim will be permitted on the exterior sides of the buildings that do not have a minimum of 20 feet of separation or is not provided with fire department access on that side of the building. Combustible or wood materials are proposed for the design of the exterior fagade only. These components are decorative materials that further enhance the alpine or chalet character of the building. The combustible material and wood elements are proposed for decorative use around roofpeaks,balconies and exterior of the building. These wood elements are not to be used as structural elements or as part of any exterior bearing wall system and will comply with the conditions described above. Some of the buildings have snow dump roofs or eaves that are typically attached to the building.These roofs will i have heavy timber structural members that are not primary structural members to the building. The design team has defined these as"accessory roofs design for snow dump- protection". Some exterior walls will have natural stone with"fire retardant treated"plywood behind the stone fascia. The design team would like to have this considered to be acceptable. In our opinion the use of this limited combustible material on the exterior ofthis building above the 15-foot height based on the conditions above does not pose any additional hazards or fire spread. The request ofthis administrative modification is that the owner be permitted to utilize the use of limited combustible materials as described in this administrative modification as the exterior siding material as detailed by the architect of record and this administrative modification. i Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 1 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT & PHASING PLAN SNOWMASS BASE VILLAGE & FANNY HILL CABINS October 12, 2004 (REV 1 Nov 2005) GENERAL PROJECT CONSTRUCTION: 1) Construction Hours The proposed schedule promotes the health,safety,and welfare of the community by decreasing the duration of construction and limiting the exposure of undesirable construction elements. a) Standard Hours for exterior activities i. Monday through Saturday ii. 7:00am to 6:00pm or as otherwise approved by the Town of Snowmass Village b) Activities occurring inside buildings that are not disruptive to the general public i. 7 days a week ii. Unlimited hours To achieve the proposed schedule in this plan and in order to facilitate the execution of certain portions of the construction, variations from the standard hours of operation should be considered. A minimum thirty six-hour prior notification to the TOSV Community Development Department will be required for any construction activities beyond the Standard Hours of construction. The following. construction methods and materials will require variation of construction hours to achieve an acceptable level of quality and efficiency. 1. Cast in place concrete construction. 2. Exterior work that does not violate the Town noise ordinances. 3. Steel erection and delivery 4. Roadway grading and asphalt work c) Prior to commencement of construction,the owner shall designate a responsible party to provide direct communication with the appropriate Town of Snowmass Village personnel and provide responses to complaints. d) The contractor shall be responsible for providing public notification of general construction activities and schedules.Public forums will be held to inform the public on construction issues and information sources.An Email and Facsimile construction notice list will be developed and regularly scheduled construction updates will be distributed. i.The Town of Snowmass Village Police Department will be notified of major material deliveries and concrete pours.Regularly scheduled construction updates will be distributed to the Police Department. e) If construction ofthe project is interrupted,Applicant will work with the Planning Department to establish interim landscaping plans for the affected areas INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 I Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 2 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN 2) Construction Traffic Management on Town Roads a) Brush Creek Road i. Traffic flow to be reduced by shuttling employees to the construction site from external parking areas.The primary parking area will be the Intercept lot at Brush Creek Road and SH 82. ii. Existing pullouts to be used along Brush Creek road by trucks that are not able to maintain reasonable speed up the road. This will allow for vehicles backing up behind the trucks to pass at these locations. Specifically designated non bus stop areas may also be used for temporary truck stacking during large material deliveries at times when limited staging on site is available. iii. Peak skier traffic times of 8 AM to 10 AM and 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM to be avoided for major material deliveries during the ski season. iv. The contractor will maintain all pull-offs as necessary.All designated pull-offs will be coordinated with the Town in accordance with the written decisions of Administrative Modifications .The appropriate County personnel shall approve pull-offs in Pitkin County. v. Lighted roadway information signs will be maintained at key entrances to the village.These signs will alert motorist of detours and construction activities that could affect travel. vi. A Traffic Control Coordinator will be designated for the project. The Traffic Control Coordinator will develop a written delivery plan,manage all deliveries to the site,develop and enforce a policy that all deliveries must be coordinated through the Traffic Control Coordinator, limit deliveries during peak skier traffic times, conduct a traffic control meeting at the end ofeach shift identifying deliveries and traffic control issues for the next day, personally dispatch all delivery vehicles to the site from the designated staging area,be in continuous radio contact with the site, and continuous radio contact with the site concrete superintendent who will be in direct telephone contact with the batch plant. b) Wood Road and Lower Carriage Way i. No staging of trucks or other construction vehicles is allowed along these roadways. Accommodations will be made within staging areas for vehicles except for work required within the Right of Way. ii. If parking is not available in the staging areas for construction vehicles,they will be directed to other off site vehicle parking areas provided by the Contractor. 3) Public Access Closure Notification a) Public Trails i. Public notice shall be provided a minimum of 1 week in advance of all public trail closures. ii. Signs shall be placed for trail closures in advance ofthe closed sections so alternate routes can be used iii. A functional, well-defined ski back trail through or around the Base Village shall be preserved and operational during the ski season. Alternate routing of affected trails during non-ski season timeframes will be provided and coordinated with the Public Works Director or his designee. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 2 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Pa e3of3 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN b) Public Roads i. All road closures shall be coordinated with the Chief Building Official. ii. Public notice will be required a minimum of I week prior to all roadway closures iii. Single lane closures will be used as much as possible instead of closing entire road sections iv. All closures shall follow Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. v. Full closure of Lower Carriage Way will be required during the installation of utilities within the road. This closure will be performed only in"shoulder seasons"and will be coordinated with the Town Public Works Department. 4) Construction Fencing a) Site fencing i. 8' fencing with screened mesh ii. 20' planting buffer along roads when practical and where space allows.The applicant shall submit a construction landscape plan for these areas to be approved by TOSVV staff. iii. Permanently installed on posts,except some areas that require movable fencing for construction activities iv. Maintained by the contractor to remain in tact and neat to outside appearance 5) Construction Waste Management a) Reduction and reuse of waste material on the site through a specific site waste management and separation program. b) Recycling of all applicable products.1 c) All food waste must be disposed in specified receptacles to prevent access by bears and other wildlife.The construction site will be maintained and kept clean of trash and debris by the contractor. 6) Minimization of Construction Impacts on Wetlands Specific measures shall be employed during site construction in and around wetlands and the Brush Creek Riparian zone. These measures are intended to provide additional protective measures beyond a standard Erosion and Sediment Control plan to the natural resources onsite and of Brush Creek. The Brush Creek Enhancement Plan(BCEP)shall be used for further detail on this issue. a) All construction shall comply with the Army Corps of Engineers 404 permits for the project area. b) All wetlands and existing sensitive riparian zones that are to be preserved shall be clearly identified and approved by the environmental consultant prior to the initiation of any site disturbance activities. c) All wetland areas to be preserved shall be protected with 2 lines of silt fencing as described in the BCEP,and shall be maintained by the Contractor throughout the construction period. d) No machinery, equipment or other construction materials shall be allowed within the delineated wetland areas designated to be preserved. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 3 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 4 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN e) Wetland areas to be preserved shall be inspected on a weekly basis, or after significant storm events to insure that all protection devices are operational. Any devices that are deficient shall be replaced or repaired. f) No cleaning of equipment, tolls, machinery, concrete trucks, vehicles, etc shall be conducted where runoff may enter erosion control measures or protected wetland areas. g) All protection devices shall remain in place until all adjacent uphill areas of the construction site have been revegetated or completed. Revegetation is considered re-established once 700/0 of overall ground coverage is achieved. These devices shall not be removed until approved by the environmental consultant. h) In the event of an accidental placement of fill material within the wetland areas, the Contractor shall immediately cease operations in or adjacent to the affected wetland area and notify the wetland consultant. 7) Limits of Disturbance a) All trees and other native areas to be protected shall be delineated with fencing to prevent damage b) Tree preservation areas and the surrounding tree crown line area must be left intact. c) All tree and native vegetation areas to be preserved shall be fenced off and approved by the landscape architect prior to the commencement of any site disturbance. d) The contractor will repair all disturbed areas. 8) Storm Water Management and Erosion Control a) The Contractor shall follow the Storm water Management Plan and Erosion Control plans for control of water quality and erosion from the site disturbance during the construction period. b) A Storm water discharge permit is required by the State of Colorado and is required prior to the start of any construction. c) Detailed engineering plans for Final Erosion Control Plan and Storm water Management Plan shall be submitted for and approved by the Town Engineer prior to Building Permit approval. d) All silt fence, erosion control structures and water quality devices shall be installed and approved by the engineer prior to any site disturbance. The Contractor throughout the duration of the project shall maintain all of these devices implemented. e) All erosion control and water quality structures shall be inspected on a weekly basis,or after significant storm events to insure that all protection devices are operational. Any devices that are deficient shall be replaced or repaired by the Contractor. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmo s Village,PCO-INTR-015 4 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 5 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN f) An environmental consultant will review the site for hazardous materials at the beginning or the project construction. g) The offsite diversion drainage piping shall be constructed at the beginning of the construction phasing in order to intercept offsite runoff at upstream of the construction area in order to reduce contamination of this water from construction activities. h) Temporary settling ponds will be constructed with each phase of construction for control of water quality. Locations and design shall be detailed in final grading, drainage and erosion control plan. i) All hazardous and toxic materials must be disposed and/or treated as per the manufacturer's recommendations. j) All concrete trucks and concrete pumps are prohibited from disposing any excess concrete material or washout at the construction site unless a plan for such disposal is submitted to and approved by the Town via formal Administrative Modification. The contractor is responsible for the proper disposal of any excess concrete material. k) All fueling of vehicles and machinery must be conducted in a designated area to prevent accidental leakage or spills.The fueling area shall be designed to contain spills and a typical plan shall be submitted for approval.The excavation contractor shall meet with the Public Works Department staff and Planning Department representative on site prior to commencement of construction of any of the buildings to: i. Clearly describe the spill containment plan for the construction sites and/or staging areas and resolve any concerns with respect thereto to the reasonable satisfaction of the Planning Director;and ii. Identify specific ways the contractor(s)will be responsive to street sweeping and erosion control to the reasonable satisfaction of the Planning Director. 9) Dewatering a) Details of dewatering pond locations and designs will be completed with final grading, drainage and erosion control plans. The Contractor shall implement all measures in accordance of these plans. b) Dewatering ponds i. As per Corps of Engineers standards c) Dewatering treated discharge i. As per Corps of Engineers standards 10) Fugitive Dust Control and Air Quality a) Tracking pads shall be used at all entrance location into the project staging areas. The tracking pad shall be constructed of rock to remove soil from vehicles exiting the project area. The t INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snawmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 5 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 6 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN Contractor shall construct and maintain throughout the duration ofthe project. Typical pad details shall be submitted to the Town for approval b) For circumstances where tracking pads are not effective,vehicle wash-off stations shall be provided at designated staging area exits. Soil and other debris shall be washed from the vehicles. Runoff shall be collected and treated in accordance with the Storm water Management Plan before being discharged from the site. c) Tracking of soil onto Town streets will be minimized by on-site mitigation measures. When tracking of soil occurs onto Town streets the Contractor shall sweep the roadways. d) A real time air monitoring station shall be installed near the construction site in order to monitor air quality throughout the construction period.A baseline analysis will be conducted prior to major construction and the data shall be used to provide immediate response ifair quality standards are exceeded. e) All exposed soil areas where grading operations are continuing shall be watered as required to reduce fugitive dust. Disturbed soil areas shall be revegetated as soon as possible after grading operations are complete. f) Vehicle engine pre-heaters will be used to reduce warm up times of vehicles on site for the purpose of minimizing vehicle idling time. g) All vehicles and machinery must be in good working order and comply with all necessary environmental legislation. h) A primary water truck shall be designated on site for the purpose of dust control. i INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowm s Village,PCO-INTR-015 6 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 7 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN PROJECT PHASING: This schedule represents the most likely schedule of development for the Base Village and Fanny Hill Cabins projects. Intrawest reserves the right to modify this schedule at any time. 1) August 2004 through November 2004—Refer to map CM-1 Preliminary Utility Relocations This construction period consists of some preliminary relocation work of existing utilities in the area so that Phase IA construction can start in with immediate building excavation work in the next construction season. I. Infrastructure A) Shallow Utility Service Relocations September—November II. No new buildings being constructed during this phase III. Construction Staging and Hording a) Temporary construction closures where required for utility relocation work b) Short term lane closures for utility work across existing roads. c) Staging area for construction in Lot A.This staging area will be removed in November. d) Fencing of holes left open to protect pedestrian travel adjacent to utility work. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snmmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 7 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Pa e8of31)___ CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN 2) April 2005 through November 2005 —Refer to map CM-2 Changes to Fanny Hill ski trail will take place including relocating existing utilities and re-grading the ski slope to match the new Base Village plaza, as well as installing the new Sam's Knob Express and Sky Cab" Gondola from Base Village Plaza level to the existing Snowmass Mall. The EOTC Interceptor Lot parking and turning lane work at the intersection of Hwy 82 and Brush Creek Road will be completed. I. Infrastructure A. Remove existing Fanny Hill Lift B. Water and Sewer line relocations C. Gas line relocation D. Demolition of VMF and Admin. Buildings E. Grading of Fanny Hill Ski Trail F. Grading of Sam's Knob Express base Station area. G. Fanny Hill Bathrooms and Warming Hut(by SkiCo) H. Install Sam's Knob Express I. Demolition of Wood Run Lift J. Grading of Ski Back Trail K. Excavate Garage Phase I L. Construct EOTC Parking Lot II. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction a)None at this time III. Buildings Phase Complete Construction a)None at this time W. Construction Staging and Hording a) Construction fencing line to segregate ski operations at new Fanny Hill lift from public. i. b) Construction fencing line to enclose areas as delineated on plan c) All staging(construction materials,storage,construction staging, site offices,etc.)occurs within construction fencing limits. d) Ski Back trail will be closed for public safety between April to November for construction V. Parking INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snow s Village,PCO-INTR-015 8 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 9 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades,inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking i. No guest parking required during this stage ii. Existing parking lot C will be flattened out during summer to utilize for staging and to increase parking efficiency for guest parking in winter. i INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 9 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 10 of 31 I CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN 3) 3) November 2005 through April 2006— Refer to map CM-3 i. All ofthe grading for Fanny Hill ski run and the new Sam's Knob Express and Sky Cab Gondola will be completed for this winter ski season. Construction is shut down for the ski season . a) Guest Parking i. Guest Parking in Lot C(150 spaces)during ski season ii. iii. Ski out access to Assay Hill Lift iv. Pedestrian access to Sam's Knob Express from Lot C will be provided. v. Transit drop-off services will be available at Lot C and the Snowmass Mall during this time period. i INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowm s Village, PCO-INTR-015 10 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page I I of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN 4) April 2006 through November 2006— Refer to map CM-4 Phase In Buildings begin construction as well as construction of the new Wood Run Gondola and new Funnel Bridge. In addition, the relocation of Wood Road and the Lower Carriage Way utility construction and temporary asphalt road topping will be completed. Construction of the passing lane on Brush Creek Road in Pitkin County will be completed. I. Infrastructure A. B. Relocate Water Vault C. D. E. F. Construct new Gondola G. H. H. Relocate Assay Hill Lift I. J. Water, sewer and storm line construction K. Gas line construction L. Wood Road Construction including bridge M. New Funnel Skier Bridge Construction N. Utility Farm installation O. Demolish Funnel Bridge(after Item M) P. Lower Carriage Way shut down and utility install 1II. Buildings Phase Starting Construction April 2006 Phase I a Parking Garage 1 14 Units 2a 29 Units 2b 24 Units 2c 22 Units 3abc 0 Units 3de 0 Units b) Total 89 Units IV. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction iii. None at this time V. Buildings Phase Complete Construction i. None at this time INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Sno mass Village,PCO-INTR-015 i l Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 12 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN VI. Construction Staging and Hording iv. Construction fencing line to enclose areas as shown on plan. v. All staging(construction materials,storage,construction staging, site offices,etc.) occurs with construction fence limits. vi. Ski Back trail closed for the summer construction period for public safety. VII. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled into site for workday b) Guest Parking i. No Guest parking during summer construction season. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowm s Village,PCO-INTR-015 12 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN 1. 5) November 2006 through April 2007 — Refer to map CM-5 I. Infrastructure a) None at this time II. Buildings Phase Starting Construction a)None at this time 111. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction a)Phase 1 Residential and garage structure IV. Buildings Phase Completing Construction—None at this time V. Construction Staging and Hording a) Construction fencing line to allow for: ii. Operation of Sam's knob and Sky Cab lifts and Ski school at base of Fanny Hill iii. Operation of Wood Run Gondola iv. Fire access through remaining Phase IA construction area with gates operational by Fire Department c) Construction fencing line to enclose: i. Areas as delineated on the plan ii. Fall protection requirements will encroach into Phase la,will need to maintain clear fire access through this staging area d) All staging(construction materials,storage, construction staging, site offices,etc.)occurs within construction fencing. f) Ski Back trail open for ski season use VI. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking i. Guest Parking in lot C(150 spaces)during the ski season. ii. Pedestrian access from Lot C to the Gondola and Sam's Knob Express iii. Ski out access to Assay Hill iv. Transit services will be available at Lot C and the Mall during the ski season INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Sn"mass Village,PCO-INTR-015 13 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 14 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT S PHASING PLAN 6) April 2007 through November 2007—Refer to map CM-6 I. Infrastructure A) Construct Roundabout B) Demo existing Road over Brush Creek C) Brush Creek Enhancements D) Construct Base Village Bridge over Ski Back Trail 11. Buildings Phase Starting Construction Bldg 4ab 5 Units Bldg 5 57 Units Bldg 6 9 Units Bldg 7 8 Units Bldg 8 32 Units Bldg 9ab Commercial Bldg 9c Commercial Bldg 13a 154 Units Bldg 13b 78 Units Total 343 Units b) Applicant to provide for temporary relocation of Clinic until completion of Clinic space in Bldg 8. III. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction a) Bldg 2c Parking Structure IV. Buildings Phase Completing Construction a) Phase IA 1 14 Units 2a 29 Units 2b 24 Units 3abc 0 Units 3de 0 Units Total 67 Residential Units b) Portions of the garage structure will be operational as required by the PUD for ski season and Base Village operations by November 2007. Limits and operation will be coordinated with the Building Official and Fire Department. V. Construction Staging and Hording 1 INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 14 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 15 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN a) Residential and commercial are on-line and operating by November 2007 i. b) Construction fencing line to enclose: i. Areas as delineated on plan c) All staging(construction materials,storage, construction staging, site offices,etc.)occurs within construction fencing. d) e) Ski back trail closed. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking L Drop off parking for ski school in Parking Lot off Lower Carriage Way as Building 1 is occupied. ii. Temporary Guest arrival services will be based in Building 1 and will use the Building.l parking lot as building 1 is occupied. iii. Loading dock and required parking will be available in partially completed Parking structure as required in the PUD and ordinances. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH, INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 15 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 16 of 31) _- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN 7) November 2007 through April 2008— Refer to map CM-7 Building Phase la except bldg 2c is operational. Limited landscape plantings may not be installed due to planting season limitations. I. Infrastructure a) None at this time II. Buildings Phase Starting Construction a) Aquatics Center III. Buildings Phase Continuing Constriction a) Bldg 4ab Bldg 5 Bldg 6 Bldg 7 Bldg 8 Bldg 9ab Bldg 9c Bldg 13a Bldg 13b IV. Buildings Phase Completing Constriction a 2C 22 Units Total 22 Residential Units V. Construction Staging and Hording a) Residential and commercial are on-line and operating for phases I A b) All village infrastructure is on-line and operating: i. Arrival center ii. Loading dock iii. Central mechanical iv. Lodging services c) Construction fencing line to allow for: i. Operation ofresidential ii. Operation of commercial iii. Operation of ski operations iv. Fire access as per local fire authority requirements. Construction fencing line to enclose: i. Areas as delineated on plan ii. Fall protection requirements will encroach into Phase lb,will need to maintain clear fire access through this staging area INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 16 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 17 of 31) _ CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN d) All staging(construction materials,storage,construction staging, site offices, etc.)occurs within construction fencing e) Ski Back trail,open for ski season use. VI. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking i. Village Parking Structure as required for operations of Base Village. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 17 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 18 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN c) 8) April 2008 through November 2008—Refer to map CM-8 I. Infrastructure a) None at this time II. Buildings Phase Starting Construction a) Phase 3 11 50 Units Fanny Hill Cabins 10 Units Total 60 Residential Units III. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction a) Phase 2B 5 8 13a 13b N. Buildings Phase Completing Construction Bldg 4ab 5 Units Bldg 9ab Commercial Bldg 9c Commercial Bldg 6 9 Units Bldg 7 8 Units Aquatic Center Total Units 22 Residential Units V. Construction Staging and Hording a) Residential and commercial are on-line and operating as indicated. b) Construction fencing line to allow for: i. Operation of residential ii. Operation of commercial iii. Fire access as per local fire authority requirements c) Construction fencing line to enclose: i. Areas as delineated on the plan ii. Fall protection requirements for building 5 will encroach into Phase 1B fire access,will need to maintain clear fire access through this staging area d) All staging(construction materials, storage,construction staging, site offices, etc.)occurs within construction fencing e) Ski back trail closed for public safety INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 18 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 19 of 31) mom-., ,-z_,.:. -- ._.. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN VII. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking i. In now completed Village Parking Structure.Transit Center is also complete and operational prior to completion of Bldg 6. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 19 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 20 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN 9)November 2008 through April 2009—Refer to map CM-9 I. Infrastructure a) None at this time H. Buildings Phase Starting Construction a) None at this time III. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction a) Bldg 11 b) Bldg 13b c) Fanny Hill Townhomes INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 20 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Pa9e21of31)__ _ CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN ' IV. Buildings Phase Completing Construction a) Phase 2B 5 57 Units 13a 154 Units 8 32 Units Aqua Center 0 Units Total 243 Residential Units V. Construction Staging and Hording a) Residential and commercial are on-line and operating. b) Construction fencing line to allow for: i. Operation of residential ii. Operation of commercial iii. Operation of ski operations iv. Fire access as per local fire authority requirements c) Construction fencing line to enclose: i. Areas as delineated on the plan ii. Temporary fire access through Phase 3 area will need to be kept clear for fire access to phase 113 and 2B. d) All staging(construction materials, storage, construction staging, site offices,etc.)occurs within construction fencing. VI. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking i. In now completed Village Parking Structure. ii. Building 13 parking garage complete . 1 INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmms Village,PC 9-INTR-015 21 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 22 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN 10) April 2009 through November 2009— Refer to map CM-10 I. Infrastructure a) Overlay Wood Road to Fanny Hill Cabin Site II. Buildings Phase Starting Construction in April 2009 a) Phase 4 10A, IOB 90 Units Total 90 Residential Units III. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction a) Bldg 11 IV. Buildings Phase Completing Construction a) Phase 3 Fanny Hill Cabins 10 Units Bldg 13b 58 Units Total 68 Residential Units V. Construction Staging and Hording 1 a) Residential and commercial are on-line and operating. b) Construction fencing line to allow for: i. Operation of residential ii. Operation of commercial iii. Pedestrian Access to Base Village from 13a iv. Fire access as per local fire authority requirements c) Construction fencing line to enclose: i. Areas as delineated on the plan d) All staging(construction materials, storage, construction staging, site offices,etc.)occurs within construction fencing. VI. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking i. In now completed Village Parking Structure INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 22 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 23 of 31- i--- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN 11) November 2009 through April 2010—Refer to map CM-11 L Infrastructure a) None at this time II. Buildings Phase Starting Construction None at this time III. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction a) Bldg 10 a,b W. Buildings Phase Completing Construction 11 50 Units Total 50 Residential Units V. Construction Staging and Hording a) Residential and commercial are on-line and operating. b) Construction fencing line to allow for: i. Operation of residential ii. Operation of commercial iii. Operation of ski operations i iv. Fire access as per local fire authority requirements c) Construction fencing line to enclose: i. Areas as delineated on plan d) All staging(construction materials,storage,construction staging, site offices,etc.)occurs within construction fencing. VI. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking i. In now completed Village Parking Structure ii. iii. Building 11 and 13b Parking Completed with buildings. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 23 Exhibit "D" fC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 24 of 31) CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT& PHASING PLAN 12) April 2010 through November 2010 - Refer to map CM-12 I. Infrastructure a) None at this time II. Buildings Phase Starting Construction h) Bldg 12 41 Units III. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction i.None at this time IV. Buildings Phase Completing Construction a) Phase 5 1 Oa.b 90 Units Total 90 Residential Units V. Construction Staging and Hording a) Residential and commercial are on-line and operating. b) Construction fencing line to allow for: i. Operation of residential ii. Operation of commercial iii. Fire access as per local fire authority requirements e) Construction fencing line to enclose: i. Areas as delineated on plan d) All staging(construction materials, storage,construction staging, site offices,etc.)occurs within construction fencing. VI. Parking a) Construction Parking i. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors. ii. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day b) Guest Parking i. In now completed Village Parking Structure. Parking in Building 10 ab completed with building. INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 24 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 25 of 31)_ CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT&PHASING PLAN 13) November 2010 through January 2012 - Refer to map CM-13 I. Infrastructure A.None at this time II. Buildings Phase Starting Construction A. None at this time 111. Buildings Phase Continuing Construction A. None at this time IV. Buildings Phase Completing Construction 12 41 Units Total 41 Residential Units V. Construction Staging and Hording B. Construction fencing line to allow for: 1. Operation of residential 2. Operation of Commercial 3. Fire access per local authority requirements 4. Fencing to enclose areas as delineated on plans B. All staging(construction materials,storage,construction staging,site offices,etc.)occurs within construction fencing. VI. Parking A. Construction Parking 1. Limited areas within staging limits for some trades, inspectors and visitors 2. Worker parking at off-site parking lots and shuttled in to site for work day B. All guest Parking complete All work completed INTRAWEST TETRA TECH,INC. Snowmass Village,PCO-INTR-015 25 Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 r Page 26 of 31) VTM aos a p fy y ci yaaya P 1' tF U 15 €€ Xj1 i\-?j NA t 1 I 1 J 1 ) 4 ali, pp Vy 1 0 I fl r / /1 I 1 \ \ REFER TO ORIGINAL ORDINANCE ON FILE IN TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE FOR COLORED DIAGRAM Exhibit "D" TC Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2007 Page 27 of 31) f 0J"'AnlopijtE N( 11it:8 8 6 3@ Rg o 9.01 a m° 1 III I I °o z I f 11, f a t I fijv,VA 1! ! 'i i I I r I (' i I,', - b) 5/ q ry,lY/'i, ! , -_ . i ' i I , I X II f' y,},i.,1,I y t- A . 1t1 I I ,,f A n. 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They have security personnel on site full time at night and these lights are necessary for safety and maneuverability. If there are specific areas of concern please let me know, and I will investigate and try to alleviate the problem. Air Monitoring Mark Kittle, Chief Building Official Tom Dunlop, our environmental consultant, feels that the in-place PM-10 air monitoring system is adequate for measuring our air quality at any given time. We have had a couple of instances of high readings in the past six months due to varying weather conditions, but nothing to be alarmed about. He feels that monitoring air quality for other material other than particulates (diesel fumes, etc.) would be cost prohibitive, but may be necessary predicated upon the overall workload in Town. He also feels, as I do, that the cost of the monitoring and related items should be shared among the various projects, Base Village, Snowmass Center, and Town Hall specifically. Currently, these costs are absorbed by Base Village only. Recreation Center Pool Hours of Operation There has been a citizen request to expand both the pool and Recreation Center hours of operation. Andy Worline, Recreation Director, recommends (see attached memo) keeping the current hours of operation for the pool and facility through the remainder of the winter season and the spring off season. During the summer staff will increase the pool hours of operation, and consider expanding the Recreation Center hours based on demand. Ruedi Water and Power Grant RWAPA is requesting a grant from the Town of Snowmass Village for the Roaring Fork Watershed plan study. Find attached a memo from Mark Fuller outlining several funding scenarios. According to Mark Fuller the counties have agreed to contribute $10,000 each and the cities have agreed to contribute Manager's Report 02-26-07 Page 2 of 2 5,000. I'd suggest Council receive feedback from Reed Lewis, current Town RWAPA representative, and determine the appropriate grant amount. Memo To: Hunt Walker From:Andy Worline CC: Date: 2/23/2007 Re: Pool & Fitness Center Hours History: As you know CIRSA highly recommended lifeguards to be on duty whenever anyone is in the pools. This being considered, Town council approved the additional funds to hire a full time lifeguard to cover 8 hours a day for 5 days a week. The initial budget, planned for lifeguard coverage only on the weekends, is 16hrs per week. The Recreation Center is open Mon. — Fri., 5:30am to 8:30pm and on Sat. & Sun., 10:00am to 6:OOpm. Initially, the pools were only open from 10:00am to 6:OOpm Saturday & Sunday. We then surveyed the guests on pool hours and adjusted them to 6:OOam — 9:OOam Mon. Wed. & Fri. and 3:OOpm — 7:OOpm Mon. — Friday. As members started to get into a more permanent workout routine we determined that staying open later would be more beneficial to our users. The pool hours were again adjusted to meet the users needs. The Recreation Center pool hours are as follows: 6:OOam — 9:OOam Mon. Wed. & Fri., 3:30pm — 8:OOpm Mon. — Friday & 12:OOpm — 5:30pm Saturday & Sunday. After talking with other Recreation Centers in the valley I found out that they have been less busy on the weekends than during the week. Their pools are busy in the mornings and then again in the evenings. Saturday's and Sunday's they have guests coming in during the middle of the day until 4:OOpm or 5:OOpm. Right now our pool schedule reflects the usage patterns of most users. The facility hours of operation may be different during the summer, but we will not be able to predict that until we see the summer usage. Although we have 56 hours per week budgeted for life guarding, the pools are only open 42.5 hours per week. We see approximately 10-15 people in the pools per day during that time. We do not see the need for additional pool hours until the demand is greater. As far as the Fitness Center hours are concerned, we are half as busy on the weekends as we are during the week. During the weekdays, our records show that typically the last person checks in at the front desk at approximately 7:30pm - 7:45pm to start his/her workout. On the weekends that time is 5:30pm. We will continue to track the users and their patterns, and suggest appropriate changes as needed. We do not see a need for additional hours for the Fitness Center at this time. i TO: Watershed Plan Committee FROM: Mark Fuller RE: Potential Scenarios for funding Watershed Plan Options 1-4 assume RWAPA cost of$100,000 Options 5-6 assume RWAPA cost of$75,000 1. Equal distribution of RWAPA/public obligation among all parties 100,000/8 = $12,500 per member 2. Equal distribution among all parties but include RWAPA as 9`h party 100,000/9= $11,111 per member 3. Differentiated distribution weighted in favor of municipalities in light of more river mileage within County jurisdictions Same as #1 but with Counties responsible for additional 20% 3 counties - $15,000 each 5 Municipalities - $11,000 each 4. Same as above but with RWAPA included under"County"rate 3 counties plus RWAPA - $13,333 each 5 municipalities - $9,333 each 5. Assume grant funding of$25,000 from various sources (examples: 1177 fund, River District) and 42 (equal distribution), above - $75,000/9 = $8,333 each 6. Assume grant funding of$25,000 and#4 (increased County Rate +RWAPA), above 3 counties plus RWAPA - $10,000 each 5 municipalities - $7,000 each I favor option#6 for the following reasons: It recognizes the greater role of the Counties in regulating riverside development and maintaining riparian and water quality It acknowledges the need to find additional funding partners It is simple and reasonable My second choice would be #5 because it is also simple and minimizes the cost to local funders. Please let me know your comments on these alternatives. Additional Scenario Requested by John Wilkinson: Proportional payment by total population @ $100,000 total funding @ $75,000 Garfield Co 35,000 26,250 Eagle Co 34,000 25,550 Pitkin Co 12,000 9,000 GWS 6,000 4,500. Aspen 4,500 3,375 Carbondale 4,000 3,000 Basalt 2,000 2,250 TOSV 1,500 1,125 SNOWMASS VILLAGE- SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES JANUARY 3, 2007 Mayor Douglas Mercatoris called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Wednesday, January 3, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris and Arnie Mordkin, Sally Sparhawk, John Wilkinson, and Reed Lewis COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: Hunt Walker, Acting Town Manager; Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director PUBLIC PRESENT: Phil McKenny Item No. 2: DISCUSSION Peckham & McKenney Recruitment Update At 9:01 a.m. Council Member Sparhawk made a motion to convene to Executive Session, seconded by Council Member Mordkin. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. In a response to a inquiry made by Council Member Wilkinson, Attorney Dresser stated that some of the applicant have requested confidentiality, which is why the Town Council will review the application in Executive Session. Item No. 3: EXECUTIVE SESSION: Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss one item: a) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(f)(1) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(6); Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering item (a) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at the Executive Session. 01-08-07 T.C. Page 2 of 2 At 10:32 a.m. Council Member Mercatoris made a motion to reconvene to the Special Meeting of January 3, 2007, seconded by Council Member Lewis. Item No. 4: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Council Member Wilkinson made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 10:34 a.m. Submitted By, Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2007 Mayor Douglas Mercatoris called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, January 22, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Reed Lewis, Sally Sparhawk, Arnie Mordkin, and John Wilkinson COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. STAFF PRESENT: John Dresser, Town Attorney; Kathleen Wanatowicz, Public Relations Officer; Hunt Walker, Acting Town Manager and Public Works Director; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager; Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director; Andy Worline, Recreation Director; Mark Kittle, Chief Building Official; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Dean Gordon, Town Engineer; Donna J. Garcia-Spaulding, Deputy Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT:Chris Kelly, Marty Schlumberger, Steve Alldredge, Dr. John Canning, Jim Rathell, Don Schuster, Tom Yocum, Mel Blumenthal, Joe Kracum, Carey Shanks, Rick Griffin, Bob Purvis, Carolyn Purvis, Catherine Lutz, Pat Smith, Jeff Jandgeian, Jim Horn, Steve Wickes, Michael O'Connor, and other members of the public interested in Agenda items for this Meeting. Item No. 2: 2006 RODEO SEASON UPDATE Executive Director of the Snowmass Western Heritage Association (SWHA) Chris Kelly presented Council with a $15,000.00 partial loan repayment check and stated that they would expect to pay off the balance next year. She reported that Rodeo revenues have increased over the past three years due to reduction in the number of events to one night per week, increased support from local businesses, individuals and the Marketing and Special Events Board (MSEB), improved marketing, advertising, cost management, negotiating, including vendors and by producing a more entertaining Rodeo. Kelly said that attendance numbers decreased due to a reduction in the number of Rodeos from two to one per week, although the average attendance remained approximately the same and children attendance increased. A poll conducted realized that most of the attendees were visitors from out of Town and that they also visit the Mall area. She said that efforts were being made to connect the Rodeo to the Mall by providing entertainment, as well as a museum of old western artifacts and Snowmass Village ranching history to promote the culture and heritage of the West. Kelly provided Council with an update on the 2006 Rodeo season and described the challenges for the upcoming 2007 year. Due to neighboring employee-housing construction, there would be minimal parking for contestants and spectators; the storage and office buildings would be removed, 01-22-07 T.C. Page 2 of 11 as well as the petting zoo area. She also stated that the construction necessitated removal of the trail-riding amenity, which equated to a $5,000 loss of rental income for SWHA, as well as a loss of revenue due to removal of the children's petting zoo. She explained that the issues were being addressed, SWHA was able to work around the construction-related issues, the Town had agreed to provide a pathway from the parking lot to the Rodeo entrance by Spring, and the Town awarded Western Heritage a community grant for replacement of the petting zoo. Despite the past year challenges, Kelly stated that the Rodeo ended the year with a $25,000 net. Kelly explained that the ticket sheds are unsafe and asked that the Town provides a couple of portable sheds to be used for ticket sales and storage, and provide a shed or an old construction trailer to be used as an office. She also requested that the facility rent be waived considering what is happening to the facilities and grounds, and that the Town provide paint for painting the crows nest and concession stand. She stated optimism for another successful year and a new facility proposed for the future. Wilkinson suggested SWHA present their update and discussion to the MSEB in the future. Walker iterated that it was appropriate for the Town as landlord, to receive the financial update and requests, although marketing questions would be appropriately brought before the MSEB. In light of the recent appraisal of Town land for the subject relocation of the Conoco station, Wilkinson asked that the Town begin considerations to determine a fair market rent for the Rodeo grounds. Kelly said she felt this would be an appropriate discussion once the new facilities were constructed. Mayor Mercatoris directed the Acting Town Manager to identify cost options for paint and constructing or purchasing the sheds requested, and to consider that 10-percent of the MSEB budget was identified for special events capital improvements. Marty Schlumberger Suggested that if a multi-use facility were to be constructed, Western Heritage could be quite helpful in scheduling numerous events that could bring in additional revenues. Tom Yocum Thanked Kelly for the fine job she is doing. Yocum suggested that the Town and the Rodeo as a partnership for better packaging handle this event. He stated that enthusiasm for the Rodeo is gaining attention, which is encouraging. As a Rotarian volunteer his experience shows that this event is something that really benefits the community and merchants. After further discussion, Council requested that staff investigate what it would cost to purchase two portable sheds, which would replace the ticket shed and the construction trailer currently being used as an office for contestant sign-up. Council further requested that staff investigate costs involved to paint the crow's nest and concession stand at the rodeo grounds. Lastly, Mercatoris requested that the options include a recommendation of 10% from the Marketing & Special Events and Group Sales Board toward this special event. Item No. 3: SERVICE STATION NEGOTIATIONS Economic Resource Director Jason Haber reported that an appraisal for the Entryway Service Station parcel was identified at $3.3M. He said that staff was directed to reconvene the Service Station Negotiation Committee, along with representatives of Related-WestPac and current owners of the Conoco Station to structure an agreement that accounted for the newly appraised valuation. The Committee met on January 16, 2007 to discuss three conceptual approaches to resolve the service station relocation issue. Although numerous details remained unresolved, he described 01-22-07 T.C. Page 3 of 11 the three options as the Entryway Option, which would result in a $5M project and in order to generate revenues sufficient to make such a contribution possible, BCCH indicated they would look to profits derived from increased density in the Snowmass Center Project. Option A was for the Town to take ownership of the current service station parcel and convey ownership of the Town-owned Point Site to BCCH. To make up for the Point Site inferior development capacity, BCCH would again look to increased residential density in the Snowmass Center Project. Option B was the current Conoco site whereby the parcel would remain under its present ownership, the building renovated, and additional square footage included on a second floor. Again, BCCH would look to increased residential in the Snowmass Center Project to generate profits necessary to make this deal work. Both Options A and B would require redesign and potential delay of the future Brush Creek and Wood Road roundabout. Tom Yocum Stated that he felt it would be optimal for the Service Station to remain at its current location, tanker-truck access issues could be addressed with Police or other manned assistance, and that construction of a multi-purpose structure at the Entryway would require additional land, which he felt would be a more appropriate and attractive use of the land than private enterprise. John Canning Supported Yocum's comments and stated that the Rodeo was already suffering from loss of land due to the neighboring employee housing construction, and felt that that a broader vision was necessary. Mordkin stated Option B, as his preference and felt additional density was not an issue, especially if it were in the integral ownership program. Since costs to build a Service Station at this location would be substantially less than at the Entryway, he asked that staff analyze the need expressed by BCCH for additional density at the Snowmass Center Project to generate profits necessary to make this deal work, and stated that he did not want construction of the roundabout to be further delayed. Wilkinson stated Option B as his preference and was willing to consider the economics of increased square footage, and felt a slight delay in the roundabout construction would be worth the effort to have the Service Station at this location. Lewis stated Option B as his preference with additional density that would include employee housing, and access to the service station from the interior of the Snowmass Center project. Sparhawk iterated that if the Town chose to set the rent for the service station at the Entryway based on the appraised land value, then the same formula should be applied to determining the rent on other Town land currently being utilized by other for- profit private enterprise businesses. She said that she would prefer Option B and increased density, and felt the roundabout should be delayed until after all the development projects in the area were completed, thus avoiding heavy construction traffic impacts on the roundabout. Mayor Walker suggested further review of the initial plan for the roundabout with the service station at its current location that proposed a left-turn lane to access the service station from uphill roads. Mercatoris stated his preference for Option B and increased density to include employee housing as well as free-market residential, which would keep the service in the Core area, eliminate the need to use public land for private enterprise, and agreed with Sparhawk's comments regarding the roundabout. Staff was directed to proceed and develop a proposal for Option B. Bob Purvis Explained why the Krabloonik agreement to utilize Town land was a non-subsidy, non-transfer value transaction. Rick Griffin 01-22-07 T.C. Page 4 of 11 Stated that to leave the service station at its current location would eliminate an office building previously proposed for that site as a part of the Snowmass Center development, fuel tanker truck safety issues for access to the site would need to be addressed, and suggested Council consider both the Entryway and Option B details before making a final decision. Jeff Jandoeian Disagreed that fuel tanker truck access would be a safety issue, which has never been an issue throughout 23 years of operation. Mordkin explained that the other for-profits businesses utilizing Town land were in fact complex deals that ensured that the Town did not subsidize private enterprise, and asked that the Town continue to ensure that future involvements with Town land be at fair market value. Item No. 4: CONSTRUCTION COORDINATION AND IMPACT MITIGATION PLAN (CCIMP) Jason Haber explained that a group consisting of Town staff, the Town Engineer and representatives of WestPac and Intrawest and their consultant Joe Kracum, have been working to address the issue of Town-wide construction management. A Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan were developed and continue to evolve as a means to address the issue. He requested that Council provide feedback on proposed methodologies for coordinating Town- wide construction and limiting the cumulative impacts; commit to participate in the Collaborative Communications Plan; direct staff to finalize a job description and begin advertising to hire a Construction Coordinator; direct staff to continue the collaboration with the working group, members of Council and the community; and direct staff to develop and issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Town-wide traffic control contract. Haber reviewed the Staff Report outlining the Objectives and action items that would continue to evolve, including data compilation for understanding and evaluation of impacts generated under various scenarios concerning Village-wide development, adopt a Mitigation Plan, plan the interrelationship and sequencing of various development projects to ensure impacts are effectively managed to comply with the Mitigation Plan, implement enforcement procedures and achieve staffing levels to ensure enforcement. Mel Blumenthal Stated his appreciation for staff efforts on the document developed and asked that Council consider codifying the Aspiration Statement as a part of the Comprehensive Plan since the proposed plan and other Town programs are being based on the Aspiration Statement. He said he felt it essential to including members of Council and the community as a part of the working group, asked that impacts to adjoining properties be addressed in each specific development Construction Management Plan (CMP) or in the CCIMP, and in relation to the Level of Service (LOS) provided suggestions that would address the need for multiple traffic delays in construction zones. A response to an inquiry from Blumenthal ensured that there would be two people to fill the proposed construction coordinator and enforcement person positions. Cary Shanks of WestPac Expressed appreciation for Related-WestPac to be involved in development of the CCIMP and for the involvement of their representative Joe Kracum of Kracum Resources. On behalf of Related WestPac, Kracum addressed the impacts of construction and manageability through communications and coordination of projects for a successful project. Haber identified changes to 01-22-07 T.C. Page 5 of 11 the document. Council requested further information on a request to utilize Magnesium Chloride for dust control purposes. Council requested both small and large development impact data be provided to Council; additional details regarding the success of similar plans implemented in Aspen and Vail; the basis used that supports definitions of good air, water, and noise environmental conditions; maps of areas under development be provided on the Town's Internet Website; details related to enforcement and violations to the CCIMP be included; worker parking be addressed on a Town- wide basis; visual impacts be addressed; impacts to the community during and after development be considered; further clarification of staff request for "Council buy-in" of items within the proposal; Town costs associated with preparation of a public informational communications plan; environmental impacts be monitored beyond PM-10 information; and that every effort be expended to achieve near accurate and specific long-range plans. Council also requested consideration of impacts to community members who reside in the Village year-round regarding maximization of construction activity during shoulder seasons; enforcement be included in the Construction Coordinator Position Description; all critical issues and problem areas anticipated or experienced be included in the CMP to the extent that the developer would be required to go beyond measures listed in the CMP to address impacts; research to identify environmentally friendly dust control measures available other than magnesium chloride; a limit of one vehicle per trade on the jobsite; investigate the possibility of allowing some activity on Sundays and evening hours during shoulder seasons to relieve heavy activity during weekdays; the language informing of a revised CMP from Related-WestPac be separated from this document, the Construction Coordinator be allowed to negotiate issues with the company while ensuring that they remain in compliance; traffic delays be limited to no more than two stops within the Town; traffic control persons also relay information on Town events and act as ambassadors to the Town. Council directed staff to proceed immediately with measures necessary to finalize a job description and to hire a Construction Coordinator/Town Ambassador, proceed with an RFP process to identify a Traffic Control Contractor, proceed with the community survey, and requested that staff return to Council for discussion regarding identification of community members and Council members for participation in the work group. At Council's request, Kracum agreed to provide his Summary of Innovative Techniques to Mitigate Construction Impacts in Resort communities. Item No. 5: FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 19, SERIES OF 2006 — CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PLAN - TABLED FROM 12-18-06: CONSIDERATION OF AN ORDINANCE TO BE IMPLEMENTED INTO CHAPTER 18 OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE TO ENSURE THAT CONSTRUCTION SITES AND CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES ARE REGULATED IN A SAFE, ORGANIZED AND CONSISTENT MANNER. Attorney Dresser advised that numerous changes would need to be made to the document at Council's request. There being no discussion, Mayor Mercatoris made a motion to approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 19, Series of 2006. The motion died for lack of a second. Item No. 6: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS Pat Smith of Related-WestPac requested: 01-22-07 T.C. Page 6 of 11 1. A Meeting with Town Council in Executive Session for the purpose of discussing West Pac's procurement of the majority of delcarant rights and related negotiations. Council agreed to include the request on a future Council Agenda. 2. West Village Revitalization is placed on a future Agenda for clarification, direction, and reconsideration. Council agreed to include this matter as a future Agenda item. Mercatoris stated that he would like to resolve issues related to the declarant rights, SVRA dissolution and complete the Snowmass Center review process before beginning a West Village Revitalization process. Item No. 7: COUNCIL UPDATES Employee Housing Guidelines Lewis stated that he felt there was sufficient community interest to form a committee that would address a means to bridge the gap between the most expensive restricted housing and the least expensive free-market housing in the community as it relates to the Employee Housing Guidelines. Council majority was opposed to move forward on the issue at this time and suggested Lewis meet with the Housing Manager, other senior staff, and members of the Housing Committee to discuss the history of the Employee Housing Guidelines. Multi-purpose Gym Mayor Mercatoris reported that the Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund (RETT) was reported to be sufficiently substantial to allow staff to proceed with development of plans for construction of a multi-purpose gym. Modification of the Comp. Plan Mordkin requested that Council set aside Agenda time to began discussions as soon as possible regarding adoption of the Aspiration Statement as a part of the Comprehensive Plan. Mercatoris requested discussions regarding review and update of the entire Comprehensive Plan after completion of the Snowmass Center review process, and asked that staff request the Planning Commission to review the appropriateness of adopting the Aspiration Statement into the Comprehensive Plan. Elk Creek Trail Wilkinson reported that the Elk Creek Trail would be temporarily currently closed because of the X- Games and access to the X-Games would not be available via the Nordic Trail. Item No. 8: SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 1, SERIES OF 2007 —TAX EXEMPT TOSV LEASES: CONSIDERATION OF AN ORDINANCE RATIFYING AND REAFFIRMING THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE TOWN PURSUANT TO CERTAIN LEASE AGREEMENTS FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. Attorney Dresser presented the Ordinance and explained a change made to the language since First Reading. He said the Ordinance would declare the properties as public use for tax- exempt purposes. There being no further discussion, Council Member Mordkin made a motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No. 1, Series of 2007, seconded by Council Member Wilkinson. The motion was approved by a roll call vote of 5 in favor and 0 opposed. Item No. 9: FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 2. SERIES OF 2007—PLANNING COMMISSIONS COMPOSITION: 01-22-07 T.C. Page 7 of 11 CONSIDERATION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING PROVISIONS OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE TO AMEND THE COMPOSITION AND QUOROM REQUIREMENTS OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION. Attorney Dresser explained that the Ordinance was in response to Council discussions and a Planning Commission (PC) Resolution recommending the composition of the Planning Commission be raised to seven Regular Members with no Alternates. He stated that the language would apply retroactively to those who recently took an Oath of Office as newly appointed members of the PC, whereby appointed Alternates would automatically become Regular Members, and the quorum requirement was lowered to three members. Mordkin requested the language clarify the vote required of Council to remove a PC member from office as the majority of Council members present and voting, and that further clarify the meaning of staggered terms of office. There being no further discussion, Wilkinson made a motion to approve First Reading of Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2007, seconded by Mordkin. First Reading of the Ordinance was approved as amended, by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. NOTE: Council took a break at this time and reconvened the Regular Meeting at 6:30 p.m. Item No. 10: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION - SNOWMASS CENTER: PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION AND MODIFICATIONS THERETO FOR THE PROPOSED SNOWMASS CENTER REDEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION PLAN PROJECT. Third Amendment to the Center site, specifically involving: Building K and L (Revisit item) Lighting Plan (Revisit item) Circulation and Transportation (Revisit items as needed) Traffic Impacts and Mitigation (Revisit as needed) Off-Street Parking (Rollover item) Commercial Program (Revisit item) Mayor Mercatoris opened the Public Hearing at 6:30 p.m. Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom introduced background chronology, identified the items for discussion, and requested Council direction. Wahlstrom stated that concerns regarding mass, scale and height would be deferred until the applicant provided the block model. Council reviewed the Staff Summary Report and agreed that the Lighting Plan was in compliance with the Lighting Ordinance, reviewed the proposed trail map and stated satisfaction with the proposed grade, requested a bus shelter on the South side of Brush Creek Road next to the Creek that would be aesthetically acceptable and sizable to serve the Snowmass Center, agreed that one bus stop on the downhill side of the development would be sufficient, requested clarification of fencing material to be used at the Woodbridge Bridge, requested sidewalks on both sides of upper Kearns Road from Brush Creek Road to the Snowmass Center, requested a sidewalk along lower Kearns Road from the bus stop to the lower Kearns Road area. Council requested clear graphic and matching color definition depicting one continuous loop for the proposed gondola and existing gondola, agreed with PC recommendations regarding the intersection at the Town Hall access, requested that there be no storage of vehicles on the site, agreed to condom iniumization of all the units consistent at one time, with the caveat that they cannot be sold, confirmed their agreement to include a clothing store and a private club in the 01-22-07 T.C. Page 8 of 11 Center, requested that a plan be developed for valet parking for the private club for discussion at a future Meeting, asked that the applicant identify on a drawing both the number and location of existing parking compared to that proposed, and requested discussion regarding the party responsible to provide safe crossings for pedestrians on Brush Creek Road. Council stated concerns regarding the amount of proposed residential would create an increased impact on Brush Creek Road and the intersection, fencing material proposed for the Assay Hill Bridge traffic impacts to Brush Creek Road, condominium ization of the units that might not allow parking to be useful to the community as a whole, allowance for sufficient circulation within the development, proposed amount of short-term parking spaces, and valet parking for the private club. Pat Smith requested a discussion of Community Benefits and other economic costs associated with Community Benefits at the February 5, 2007 Council Meeting. Council requested further discussion of the CMP and parking, with consideration for potential construction of a service station at its current location. Planning Director Chris Conrad requested that the applicant be specific when identifying Community Purposes and Community Benefits, and that Fiscal Impacts be included for discussion at the February 5, 2007 Council Meeting. The Applicant Representative stated that he was working with Dave Ogren, Town Solid Waste & Recycling Supervisor to address the remainder of Solid Waste concerns. Wahlstrom said that the Traffic Engineer confirmed the traffic generation numbers and the applied trip reductions, and stated his agreement with the Traffic Study and had explained that the majority of additional trips would go through the roundabout, which would handle the additional trips, and suggested the Traffic Analysis be updated at Final PUD. Wahlstrom reported that the applicant submitted updates to the Parking Level Plans, whereby all the residential commercial parking would be shared, and 40 spaces to be shared were included in the Parking Analysis. Pat Smith said that he would like to condominiumize the units and have all condo documents consistent at one time, and would include strong language agreeing that the units would not be allowed for sale without future Council approval. Richard Shaw explained parking at the Center encourages use of mass transit, vehicle intensive companies would be provided with a certain number of parking spaces and additional vehicles would need to be stored off site. Steve Wickes stated a concern that there would not be any more parking in the new plan than that which currently exists, and stressed the need for the new plan to provide more parking spaces to accommodate the proposed additional uses within the Center. He said he felt the model would help to identify what it would be like to utilize the new Center building on a daily basis. There being no further comments from the public, at 7:46 p.m. Mayor Mercatoris continued the Public Hearing to the February 5, 2007 Regular Council Meeting scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. Item No. 11: MANAGER'S REPORT: Acting Town Manager Hunt Walker stated that the Colorado Municipal League (CML) Conference scheduled in Snowmass Village was an educational Conference geared toward elected officials, municipal employees, and Town Managers. The Conference offers an excellent educational curriculum specifically related to the business of a municipality, and includes such guest speakers as Sam Mamet, Lobbyist for the Certified Municipal Clerk's Association (CMCA), who provides the most up-dated legislative information. Walker stated that this year Snowmass Village would have the honor of hosting the Region VIII, CML Conference and felt this to be an opportunity for the Town to impress Conference guests with the new development happening in Snowmass Village over the course of the next several years. 01-22-07 T.C. Page 9 of 11 Walker further explained that it is customary for the hosting town to make a donation towards the closing ceremony averaged at $5,000. The Town Clerk was respectfully requesting that Council approve at least the average $5,000 donation. There being no further discussion, Council requested that the Acting Town Manager identify funds to provide $5,000 towards the closing ceremony for the CIVIL Conference. Item No. 12: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: 10-09-06 cont. to 10-16-06, 10-10-06, 10-10-06 cont. to 10-16-06. 11-06-06, 11-20-06 cont. to 11-27-06 and 12- 11-06 Council Member Mordkin made a motion to approve the Minutes of October 9, 2006 continued to October 16, 2006, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk. Wilkinson requested an amendment on packet page 89, Employee Housing, first paragraph, from commoditization to Condom iniumization. There being no further discussion or amendments the vote was approved as amended by 4 in favor and 0 opposed. Council Member Lewis was not a Council Member at this time. Council Member Mordkin made a motion to approve the Meeting Minutes of October 10, 2006, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk. The vote was approved by 4 in favor and 0 opposed. Council Member Lewis was not a Council Member at this time. Council Member Mordkin made a motion to approve the Meeting Minutes of October 10, 2006, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk. The vote was approved by 4 in favor and 0 opposed. Council Member Lewis was not a Council Member at this time. Council Member Mordkin made a motion to approve the Meeting Minutes of November 06, 2006, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk. Sparhawk requested an amendment on packet page 101, first full paragraph, from consider a through to a thorough. There being no further discussion or amendments, the vote was approved as amended by 4 in favor and 0 opposed. Council Member Lewis was not a Council Member at this time. Council Member Sparhawk made a motion to approve the Meeting Minutes of November 20, 2006 cont. to November 27, 2006, seconded by Mayor Mercatoris. Wilkinson requested an amendment on packet page 106, within the PUBLIC PRESENT:, from Marie Moebius to Mark Moebius. Council Member Lewis requested and amendment on packet page 127, Item No. 3:, Snowmass Center Building Lease, changed to Bedford Ballroom Lease. Lewis further requested amendments to packet pages 128, 129, and 130, change the name of Gouls to Hools; as wells as packet page 129, second paragraph, where three times the declaring rights is used to the declarant rights. There being no further discussion or amendments, the vote was approved as amended by 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Sparhawk made a motion to approve the Meeting Minutes of December 11, 2006, seconded by Mayor Mercatoris. Lewis requested an amendment to packet page 146, last paragraph, Council suggested a drive-up window, changed to Council suggested a short- term parking space. There being no further discussion or amendments, the vote was approved as amended by 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Town Attorney John Dresser stated that it would be appropriate for the General Improvement District No. 1 Minutes to be brought back for Council approval. Mayor Mercatoris requested that staff set up a G.I.D. Meeting for approval of the December 11, 01-22-07 T.C. Page 10 of 11 2006 Minutes. Item No. 13: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS Council Retreat In response to a request from Town Attorney John Dresser, Council directed staff to re-schedule the Town Council Retreat for a date that would allow the new Town Manager to be present. Wood Road Flashing Light Lewis directed staff to investigate the necessity of the flashing red light located at the left turn off of Wood Road when approaching the construction zone. Base Village Construction Lights Lewis asked if it was necessary for the lights to remain turned on at the Base Village construction area. Recreation Center Lights Lewis asked that staff determine if there was a need for all night lighting at the Recreation Center. Non-Profit Organization Lewis reported that he had been working with the community in an effort to develop a non-profit organization to support small business within Snowmass Village on an entrepreneurial basis. He said that he had received good support from the Second Homeowners Association, and informed Council that he would provide updates on the meetings. Mardi Gras - Town Council Meeting Conflict Council Member Mordkin requested that the Town Council Meeting scheduled for February 20, 2007 be re-scheduled to February 26, 2007, to avoid conflicts with the Mardi Gras Parade. Item No. 14: EXECUTIVE SESSION: At 7:55 p.m. Council Member Mordkin made a motion to convene to Executive Session, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss two items: a) Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations; developing strategy for negotiations; and instructing negotiators, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(e) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(5); and b) Conferences with an attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(c) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(2); and The motion was seconded by Council Member Sparhawk and approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. At 8:39 p.m. Council Member Sparhawk made a motion to reconvene the Regular Town Council Meeting, seconded by Council Member Mordkin. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 01-22-07 T.C. Page 11 of 11 Item No. 15: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Council Member Wilkinson made a motion to adjourn the Meeting, seconded by Council Member Lewis. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. The Meeting adjourned at 8:41 p.m. Submitted By: Donna J. Garcia-Spaulding, Deputy Town Clerk SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL JOINT MEETING SNOWMASS WATER AND SANITATION DISTRICT JANUARY 25, 2007 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Douglas Mercatoris called to order the Special Joint Meeting of the Town of Snowmass Village and Snowmass Water and Sanitation District on Thursday, January 25, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. Chairman Dave Spence called to order the Special Meeting of the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (the District) Board. 2. ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, John Wilkinson, Arnie Mordkin, Sally Sparhawk and Reed Lewis COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All Council Members were present. TOWN STAFF PRESENT: Hunt Walker, Acting Town Manager and Public Works Director; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; John Dresser, Town Attorney, Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk SNOWMASS WATER AND SANITATION DISTRICT BOARD MEMBERS AND STAFF PRESENT: Dave Spence, President and Director; Doug Throm, Secretary/Treasurer and Director; Dean Derosier, District Engineer; Kit Hamby, District Manager; Dick Stumpf, Vice President and Director; Jack Hatfield, Director; Rhonda Basil, Director, Lynn English PUBLIC PRESENT: Sue Helm, Tim McFlynn, Chelsea Brundige, Stece Alldredge, Dave Bellack, Steve Sewell, Mike O'Connor and other members of 01-25-07tc Page 2 of 6 the public interested in the Agenda for this Meeting. 3. WHEELER REPORT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Snowmass Water and Sanitation District President and Director Dave Spence addressed the Summary and stated that Ordinance No. 10 of 1987 established zoning for all undeveloped land in Snowmass Village, which was used by the District as a guideline when determining anticipated future development. As a result, the Water Treatment and Sewage Treatment Plants were upgraded in the 1990s to provide additional capacity and system reliability. Recently approved and proposed development anticipated water demand exceeds the District's demand estimates that were based upon prior approved zoning for these projects, and the Board determined that a thorough review of the yield available under District water rights in both normal and low flow water years, was necessary to see an evaluation of the possible need and benefit of securing raw water storage as a component of meeting future water demands and minimizing diversions from Snowmass Creek during periods of low stream flow, and to determine how this affects capacities, infrastructure and ability to serve. He said the Report was one element of an overall planning scheme that brings a fresh look at the current situation. Spence explained how the Report was structured based on assumptions. When the Wheeler and Associates were retained to develop the Report in August 2006, the measure of incremental use or EQR was at 4600 (based on a 3-bedroom, 2- bath house). Estimated use for Base Village, the Snowmass Center, redevelopment at the Mall, and contemplated additional development brought the EQR level to 5,900. The Town Comprehensive Plan sets a potential 300 EQRs for infill projects and other development over the next 10 years, which equated to a high-end number of 6,200 EQRs. Finally, the District figured 1 O-percent over the Comp Plan anticipation, which brought the number to 6,800 EQRs at maximum anticipated buildout. Spence further explained The EQRs increase during summer when water is utilized for irrigation, and during winter for snowmaking. The developers of the Report were asked to assume a baseline of 7 cubic feet per second (CFS) in the Creek, anticipate the worst-case dry year and water storage that would be necessary to address such a situation, and the amount of water and conservation that would be needed to address such a year. District Manager Kit Hamby explained that as a result of objections to the District installing a water line and pump station at Snowmass Creek in 1978, the District agreed to limit use of the water below 12 CFS unless they made maximum use of the water in Brush Creek and only take water below 4 CFS under emergency situations. An agreement made in 1995 limits the District to certain conservation measures, whereby the Board adopted conservation rules and regulations to address water shortages and crises that restrict use of water within the Village 01-25-07tc Page 3 of 6 when a shortage or crises occurs. Jack Hatfield explained that the Wheeler Report was a planning tool to help determine facilities necessary to meet future demands, and although Wheeler was not asked to provide a recommendation, the document assumes the need for additional storage. He asked that Council consider amending the Comp Plan to identify a more certain definition of buildout and a better basis to determine future needs, and to partner with the District to ensure water storage and conservation mitigation was included in future development approvals. Hamby reviewed the Tables included in the Report and further explained utilization of the assumptions that arrived at the 6,200 EQR expectancy at buildout, including information related to current demand per EQR, Snowmass Creek flow limitations per prior agreements, higher usage during irrigation and snowmaking seasons and determination of required raw water storage that would address events similar or greater than that which occurred during the 1977 and the 2002-2003 low moisture study periods. Council inquired of measures that need to be taken to determine a solution and prepare for low moisture years such as the 1977 and 2002-2003 events, while continuing to maintain the stewardship goal. Spence expressed the Board's desire to avoid enforcement of water restrictions. Basil stated that the District was in need of planning tools, and has increased the water system development fees in anticipation of the need for future storage facilities. She asked that Council review the Conditions in the "Will Serve" letters set forth by the District for developments, and inquired if there was any Town-owned land that might be considered as a location for a storage facility. Mercatoris stated that the Planning Commission was recently given the charge to review the Comprehensive Plan for necessary updates and that more firm information would become available upon completion of the Snowmass Center review process for planning purposes. Hatfield suggested that that the Town require developers to build with water conservancy as a priority, utilizing water-saving devices and modern technology for water conservancy purposes in their construction plans, and to urge citizens toward water conservancy through such incentives as revitalization of the Town's Toilet Rebate Plan. He stated the need for planning not only for storage, but also to replace aging infrastructure estimated to cost 1 M per year, and along with system development fees and potential contributions, funding would be needed from the community at large. After further discussion, the District asked that the Town support the District's effort to begin a process that would ultimately result in land acquisition and construction of a storage facility that would provide 250 acre-feet of water or more. Council suggested that the District notify residents immediately when they have exceeded water usage restrictions rather than waiting until the next quarterly billing, consider disallowing green lawns, and that water restrictions apply to all 01-25-07tc Page 4 of 6 water users including pastures and golf courses. Council agreed to support the efforts of the District, to discuss potential use of Town land for water storage, and encouraged the District to adjust system development fees and take the steps necessary to ensure future water needs are met. Representing the Aspen Skiing Company (ASC), Dave Bellack reported that ASG has been working with the District and commissioned engineering on the mountain to identify on-mountain sites where raw water reservoir development might be feasible. He said they have also discussed cooperating with the District to make the sites available for the District raw water system in general, to determine how to develop water on other sites. He stated ASC supports efforts to develop raw water storage in the Village. Mike O'Connor of Intrawest asked if the District would consider allowing developers to pre-pay fees rather than continue to increase fees, which would allow the District to utilize the funds for imminent studies and projects. He iterated Intrawest's concern of water usage and their willingness to work with the District through increased communication and cooperation and identify funding possibilities that would provide the District with immediate funds, and in turn assist the developer in achieving their goals. Snowmass Capital Creek Caucus (SCCC) Board member Kim McFlynn commended the District's recent progress, and reported that the Wheeler Report concurred with an independent study initiated by the SCCC that determined the need for 200 acre-feet of water storage four years ago. He suggested that discussions continue to be interactive with the development community, experts and consultants of other groups, which might produce the best outcome in the least amount of time. He requested future Agenda discussion with the Town, District, development community and SCCC to determine what would be a sufficient amount of water storage. Sue Helm of SCCC felt that this was the ideal time for cooperation and for developing a comprehensive plan, stated that SCCC was concerned with the 7 CFS on Snowmass Creek, and that she anticipated future discussions on this issue. NOTE: Council and the District called for a break at this time. 4. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Spence stated the need for the District to replace 35-year old sewer and water line replacements under the road before Intrawest begins reconstruction and snow melting of Carriage Way. District Engineer Dean Derosier explained that there were scheduling conflicts and stated that the District process would require closure of the Road for approximately 2 months, which would impact traffic and other development construction in the area. The District's infrastructure construction followed by road construction to snowmelt Carriage Way would require that the section of lower Carriage Way be closed from the Wood Road/Brush Creek Road intersection to the Tamarack Condominiums from the 01-25-07tc Page 5 of 6 end of season in April to the first part of November in 2007. The road snow melting would be completed in off-season in Spring of 2008, requiring road closure for approximately 2 months There was discussion regarding the need to provide access for the businesses and residents around the construction area, consideration of constructing a road across Fannie Hill for temporary access, and notification to the residents and businesses that all efforts were being made to complete the construction with least impact within the least amount of time. Town Planning Director Chris Conrad stated the need for amendments to the Construction Management Plans (CMP) and informed Council that the Willows Condominium Association plans to submit an application for construction on their project in the near future. Derosier suggested'that the District's work be included in the Base Village Construction Management plan to provide an overall understanding of the projects. O'Connor agreed that it would be more efficient to utilize one contractor for both projects. Mordkin requested that the District provide a written document to the Town and stressed that the Town would be strict in enforcing set construction timelines: Council suggested construction of a temporary road across Fanny Hill for access to area residences and asked that staff present a plan for the coordinated projects, including options for Council review, and investigate a means that would allow Lower Carriage Way to be open during the Summer season. Mercatoris reported that the Town had funded a new position in the Community Development Department for a Construction Coordinator to ensure development plans are coordinated and properly managed. Mordkin suggested a representative of the District attend development review process discussions to ensure that they are aware of all aspects of development plans. In response to previous questioning regarding tap fees associated with new employee housing construction, Hamby informed Council that the District would continue to charge 50-percent of the cost for tap fees for new employee housing construction based on a three-bedroom, two-bath residence. In homes with unfinished basements, the District would assess the additional tap fee to the individual homeowner upon receipt of plans to finish the basement. There was further discussion regarding the 70-percent discount provided by the District for governmental facilities in relation to the 50-percent discount provided for employee housing funded by the government, and determined that the issue required a future discussion. There was discussion regarding the Club Commons application, and Council urged a representative of the District as landowner, be present at Council Meetings throughout the development review process. Conrad suggested a representative from the District review the application with the Town Planner and attend Planning Commission review of the application in order to keep informed of the most recent issues. 01-25-07tc Page 6 of 6 5. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Council Member Mordkin made a motion to adjourn the Special Town Council Meeting, seconded by Council Member Wilkinson. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Dick Stumpf made a motion to adjourn the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District Board Meeting, seconded by Jack Hatfield. The motion was approved unanimously. The Meeting adjourned at 11:38 a.m. Submitted By, Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk Town Council SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING MINUTES MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2007 DRAFT MINUTES AS OF FEBRUARY 15, 2007 CALL TO ORDER AT 400 P.M. Mayor Mercatoris called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, February 5, 2007, at 4:03 p.m. Item No. 1 ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, Reed Lewis, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Morkin arrived at 5:42 p.m.. COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: All council members were present. STAFF PRESENT: John Dresser, Town Attorney, Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner, Chris Conrad, Planning Director, and Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk. PUBLIC PRESENT: Beth Albert, Gary Rosenau, Catherine Lutz, Mary Kenyon, Steve Aldridge, Bob Purvis, Mike O'connor, Bob Fridstein, Pat Smith, Don Schuster, Suzanne Richmond, Alan Richmond, and Sscott Calliham Item No. 2 MARKETING AND SPECIAL EVENTS PRESENTATION Susan Hamley and Becky Ellis presented the Marketing Specail Events and Group Sales budget on a powerpoint presentation. She reviewed.all seasons, events and revenues and expenditures associated. In reviewing the capitol improvements Hamely stated the following areas will benefit this fund; Fanny Hill grass area, new sound stage system, the visitor center and guest kiosks will be delivered to the Transit Depot this week. Page 1 of 9 Town Council Hamley reviewed the Winter Marketing Plan and the Ski Magazine ads. She noted the Winter brochure is out in June and the Summer brochure by April and the publications are annual. These are distributed in racks throughout the valley. New this year brings a new Signature sales piece which is a coffee table book, slighty more expensive but higher quality than the brochures. Inluded in the presentation is the Website results and these statistic will be shared with the lodging community in a future meeting. Hamley exlained the "Faces of Snowmass" which is a guide book with short stories relating to the service industry relating to people who take pride in their jobs, this is a guest services outreach program which includes How to Apsen/Snowmass, The Star program, Service Recovery, Mystery Shopping and Massoploy, Faces video. Hamley reviewed Special Events and Winter Events and played a commercial that was put together for the X games in which the Marketing is now a $50,000 sponsor. She also played the summer commercial. Hamley reviewed the Public Relations and the 2005 and 2006 impressions of 9.4 million in 05 and 54 million in 2006 and this is an estimate of how much our name is out there. Summer sales tax revenue is up 11 percent which is up 30% over Baseline of 2003. Winter sales tax revenue is down 2% over 10% of baseline. Becky Ellis, Group Sales Manager reviewed her postion and her staff and sales territories. Ellis presented the 2007 sales strategy which includes pr, advertisements, travel, 3rd party, direct solication, FAM's and Sales Blitz. $30,000 grant through department of Tourism. Sales Blitz are very stong in the Denver area and continue to be specigi. The 2007 group sales goals show an increase of 12% to 6.3 Bob Purvis Chairman of the Board for the Marketing and Special Events Board spoke to the skier days and the airport difficulties in December which show some flat number for December. Town Council comments: John Wilkinson was uncomfortable with supporting activities outside the Snowmass area, Ellis explained that was the agreement of the grant to promote all of Colorado and this piece is for the international travler because they stay longer. Sparhawk noted that the numbers in comparison to post 9/11 and we have definatly increased in number but have not reached the 1998 record. Mayor Mecatoris liked the commercials and suggested that the logo be in the corner throughtout the commercial. He also noted that line item budgets are available in the Finance and Marketing department. Item No. 3 PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS 5-Minute Time Limit) Numbered Lot Parking Gary Rosenau resident of Snowmass Village would like to address the resident parking Page 2 of 9 Town Council in the numbered lots. His concern is the overflow parking is filling the numbered lots and those who have paid for parking permits. Gaines Norton resident of Snowmass Village noted that the attendents at the Rodeo lot are giving out free passes for the numbered lots. Harry Benton resident of Snowmass Villge understand that there is an agreement to use the number lots for overflow but this is not a good idea. Segarent Brain Olson from the Snowmass Village Police Department, expalined the process when the Rodeo Lot is full, cars are sent to Two Creeks with an HOV, then they are sent to Lot C and when that is full they are directed to the number lots and this has only happened once this winter. Mayor Mercatois stated this item will be dicussed in more detail at the Special Town Council Meeting of February 26, 2007. Entrance to Apsen Michael Fuller by request of Sally Sparhawk presented an idea for the "Entrance to Aspen" with a straight shot solution and possible light rail. This is called the "Switch off' which is solution between the "S" Curves and Straight shot advecates. There would be a round a bout at Cemetary Lane and preserve most of the open space and reduces the impacts and the traffice lights at Cemetary Lane. Council Memeber Sparhawk spoke to the public meeting she attended and thought this was a interesting solution to a long existing problem. Item No 4 SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 2 SERIES OF 2007 - AMENDING THE PLANNING COMMISSIONS ENABLING LEGISLATION SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING PROVISIONS OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE TO AMEND THE COMPOSITION AND QUOROM REQUIREMENTS OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION Town Attorney, John Dresser stated this is second reading of Ordinance No, 2, Series of 2007, an ordinance amending and restating provisions of the Municipal Code to amend the composition and quorom requirements of the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission recommend to Town Council that the composition of the Planning Commission be increased to 7 regular members and no alternates. They also recommended a quorom of 3 to ensure that actions can be taken when scheduling conflicts arise. John Wilkinson made the motion to approve ordinance no. 2, series of 2007 Sally Sparhawk seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, Reed Lewis, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Mordkin. Page 3 of 9 Town Council Abstained: None. Item No. 5 COUNCIL UPDATES Ex-Officio Board Member Marketing and Special Events Board Mayor Mercatoris would kike to discuss and ex-officio Member for the Marketing and Special Events Board represeting the Related West Pac as a non voting board member. Susan Hamely agreed that this is a good partner oriented relationship. Bob Purvis noted that each current member on the Marketing, Special Events and Group Sales Board is in favor of this new position. Ruedi Water and Power Grant Reed Lewis stated that Mark Fuller stated that the Town has not given the Reudi Water and Power grant of$2,500 for this year and Town Council asked that thisl be put on a future managers report. Item No. 6 FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 03, SERIES OF 2007 AMENDMENT TO THE BASE VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AN ORDINANCE CONSIDERING AN APPLICATION BY THE INTRAWEST/BRUSH CREEK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC REGARDING A MINOR PUD AMENDMENT TO THE BASE VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT Planning Director Chris Conrad stated that Intrawest Brush Creek Development has submitted a Minor PUD application to amend certain provisions of the Base Village PUD guide, constrution management plan and restricted housing agreemeent. The amendments would include 1) accelerating construction of Building 13B (Wedtin Phase 2) by moving it from Phase 3 to Phase 2A and decreasing the employee housing (EH) square footage in that building 2) adding square feet of EH to building 11 3) provide 5 addistional EH units within Base Village and 4) incorporate the "Combustibel Material on Building Exterior report for the entire Pud rather that needing building specific administrative modofocation approval. Council asked Joe Coffey what unit size has the highest demand. These will be for sale units and we would get units quicker. Mike O'Connor Brush Creek Development - commented on the changes and fluxuatation of number is due to finding effeciency in the buildings. Joe Coffey Housing Manager had no problem with this request although he would like to discuss unit mix. Council Member Mordkin is distrubed about changing the size of building and not increasing the foot print size of the building but increasing the square foot. No Public Comment Town Council would like to know what are we losing compared Chris Conrad spoke to the Administrave Modification process, he can approve increases in employee housing but not decreases. The unit mix can be adjusted and reviewed the reason for this request, the construction Page 4 of 9 Town Council time will decrease by two years. Sally Sparhawk would like to see some squaare footages of the employee housing units for second reading. Conrad stated that staff would like to explore options before bring back to Town Council. Mercatoris thinks this is a plus and stated any additional square footage the applicant can find for employee housing would be a great gift to the community. Mayor Douglas Mercatoris made the motion to approve ordinance no. 3, series of 2007 Arnold Mordkin seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, Reed Lewis, and John Wilkinson. Abstained: None. John Wilkinson asked how this would impact the Town's construction management plan. O'Connor responded that the Town has asked Related West Pac and Brush Creek Development to look at all possibilites to reduce impact on the entire community. He beleives this will less impactive. Wilkinson would like to have the Construction Mangement Plan approved before deciding to approve this amendment. Mordkin is very concerned about unit mix and wants to see this information before second reaing. Combustable materil was requested due to the Vail fire and Council did not want to see combustable material, O'Conner stated this was purely estetical enhancement, its trim material and the consultant was suggested by the Wildcat Fire Protection District. Chris Conrad stated the PUD guide allows the Planning Director to review these buildings on a building by building basis. Mordkin noted all the tables have changes and he would like to have them expalined by second reading. Eben Clark asked about the direct impact of this approval to Club Commons II, Conrad stated that some dates will change and he.will bring that at second reading and during the Club Comons discussion. Item No. 7 CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION SNOWMASS CENTER PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION AND MODIFICATIONS THERETO FOR THE PROPOSED SNOWMASS CENTER REDEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION PLAN PROJECT Mayor Mercatoriss opened the public hearing at 6:30 p.m. this is a continuation of the Public Hearing for the Snowmass Center. The applicant provided Town Council with a model of the proposed project. Alan Richmond from Design Workshop requested that Town Council allow the applicant be able to discuss community purposes at this time. Town Council agreed. On page 42 of the packet the applicant has listed proposed actions and the definition of community purpose. Page 5 of 9 Town Council Richmond reviewed all the proposed actions with Town Council. Town Council Comments: Mordkin commend staff for the analysis of why so many of these proposed actions are not eligible to be community purpose by code. As to the Woodbridge Bridge the Town did not ask for this bridge to be moved this was a request by the applicant for convenient access to and from the ski resort primarly for the residents and patrons of the Center project. Mordkin spoke to the dedicaion of parcel G annd I to the Town could be sufficent for some of the height variations. Lewis had simular concerns as Morkin and out of the 18 items he feel possibly 4 or five may be possible community purpose. Sparhawk has concerns regarding the sufficency of the community purposes. Wilkinson said there are some pieces missing to get to the height variations. Mercatoris reminded everyone that this project has increased height for some of the community pusposes and the employee housing. Richmond stated that 11 acres of open space is very important to be in the Town hands. Mercatoris asked if the applicant would like to discuss the Gas Station, applicant Pat Smith stated that the height is the importance of this height is to this project and the gas station is back and he need to know what it will take to make this a viable project. Employe housing is 40 percent more than code requirement at 6,000 sq feet. Pat Smith reminded the Town Council about the defacto rates have been set by use, the below market rent, level the playing field and be fare, all number are fare and consistent at the end of the day he is looking for a comfort level to make this project work economically. Town Council is also concerned with the parking and traffic circulation. Keeping parking consistent with services. Smith is asking for this to be done right he needs to back up and rethink the construction management plan and include the gas station. They would like to contine the public hearing to March 5, 2007. Mayor Mercatoris noted that at this time the Public Hearing would be continued to the March 5, 2007 Regular Town Council Meeting. Council Member Sparhawk asked that on Page 42 of packet staff add their comments to the matrix, and use 10 percent shading instead of yellow due to copying. Item No. 8 MANAGER'S REPORT Community Satisfaction Survey Fairway Drive Landscaping Fairway Drive Landscaping Project Interium Town Manager, Hunt Walker noted this neighborhood is asking for a partnership out of the RETT fund to enhance the landscaping at the entrance to Fairway Drive and Owl Creek Road. This request is simular to the work that was done on Brush Creek road for six home owners, the entrance to the Homestead and other various Page 6 of 9 Town Council entrances throughout the Village. Alot of these improvements are on private property on Town's right a ways. The Town does the work but does not keep up the maintenance. Walker will research this and come back to Town Council for further discussion. Community Satisfaction Survey Public Relations Director, Kathleen Wanatowicz is requesting survery money as part of the Construction Management Plan and the Towns ongoing efforts to engage the public. Mayor Mercatoris asked that all departments be included in the survey. Council Member Lewis would like to have Wanatowicz do the survey in house. Council consensus was this item needed futher research and Wanatowicz come back to Town Council at the Special Meeting on February 26, 2007. Number Lot Parking Council Member Wilkinson is concerned about the overflow parking in the number lots. The next problem day is over Presidents weekend and he would like to see something done before this occurs again. Walker will work on a solution with the Aspen Skiing Company and the Police Department prior to this holiday weekend. Merctoris noted this will be the only winter we are operating without Base Village parking. Item No. 9 APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES December 18, 2006 January 8, 2007 Mayor Douglas Mercatoris made the motion to approve the meeting minutes for december 18, 2007 John Wilkinson seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Reed Lewis, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Mordkin. Abstained: None. Reed Lewis made the motion to approve the minutes of january 8, 2007 Sally Sparhawk seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Sally Sparhawk, Reed Lewis, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Mordkin. Abstained: None. Council Member Sparhawk asked that on page 79 of the January 8, 2007 mintues above the Executive Session the statement"Council majority" also stated at the end of the sentence Council Member Sparkhawk disagreed. Maryor Mercatoris asked that on page 58 of the packet the minutes of December 18th, next to last paragraph the last sentence be replaced with "Mercatoris stated that apartments be put in at garden level to lessen the height of the fourth story." Page 7 of 9 Town Council Item No. 10 COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS US Postal Drop Off at Mall Council Member Lewis asked staff look into the removal of the Post Office Drop in the Mall. It was removed due to the road closures over the summer. There is still a need. Council directed staff to call Postmaster Sandy Flowers regarding installation of a drop box. Council also would like to look into the possibility of residental boxes at resident entry ways. Stone Finishing Council Member Mordkin asked if the top terminal has been finished on the "Skittles lift". The Town Council require this be a stone finish. Walker will discuss with the owners of the "Skittles" the Aspen Skiing Company. Granicus Council Member Wilkinson thanked everyone at Granicus as this meeting is already being watched live by members of our community. Calendars Town Council Meeting on February 26, 2007 EOTC Meeting on February 15, 2007 March CAST meeting will be attend by Sparhawk and Mercatoris Mardi Gras is Fat Tuesday February 20, 2007 Town Council requested Hunt Walker to contact our new Town Manager Russ Forrest in regards to a tentative date for the Staff and Council retreat. Item No. 11 EXECUTIVE SESSION At 8:15 p.m. Sally Sparhawk made the motion to approve the motion to go into executive session Arnold Mordkin seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, Reed Lewis, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Mordkin. Abstained: None. Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss one item The purchase, acquisition, lease, transfer, or sale of any real, personal, or other property interest pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(a) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(1); Page 8 of 9 Town Council Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering item (a) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at the Executive Session. At 9:42 p.m.: Arnold Mordkin made the motion to free form reconvene to the regular meeting of the snowmass village town council Sally Sparhawk seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, Reed Lewis, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Mordkin. Abstained: None. Item No. 12 ADJOURNMENT At 9:43 p.m Sally Sparhawk made the motion to adjourn the regular meeting of snowmass village town council Arnold Mordkin seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, Reed Lewis, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Mordkin. Abstained: None. Submitted By, , Rhonda B. 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STUDIO 11 1 1 TWO BEDROOM Ir - - - - - - - - - - - - Ir - - - - - - - - - - - -I13A0 11 13A 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 1 13A 1 TWO BEDROOM 11 Zoo 1 TWO BEDROOM 1 STUDIO I I I I 1 1 STUDIO I I I I I 1 STUDIO I 1 1 STUDIO 13B 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO 1 STUDIO i ONE BEDROOM I I 13B 1 STUDIO I I 13B 1 ONEBEDROOM 1 i TWO BEDROOM I I 1 STUDIO I I 1 ONEBEDROOM 1 TWO BEDROOM I I 1 ONEBEDROOM I I i ONE BEDROOM 22 ITOTAL UNITS 26 TOTAL UNITS 24 TOTAL UNITS BASE 10 ISTUDIO BASE 13 STUDIO BASE 8 STUDIO VILLAGE 6 JONE BEDROOM VILLAGE 7 ONE BEDROOM VILLAGE 9 ONE BEDROOM EHUs 5 ITWO BEDROOM EHUs 5 TWO BEDROOM EHUs 6 TWO BEDROOM 1 ITHRrF BEDROOM 1 THREE BEDROOM 1 THREE BEDROOM l J i u i i 9d] L\ J_ L LT_J 0WMA i 0 PROJ. NO. 54061.00 13B SCALE: 1/4"=1'-0" 1 BEDROOM-544 SF+36 SF storage SNOwMASS AHCHITIVUHf UNIT A7 s II I II IUIIIIu IL O II II II II II II II II II II II II n I IIInn I I O o I I I I T 00 0 o- PROJ. NO. 54061.00 13B SCALE: 1/4"=1'-0" 1 BEDROOM-760 SF+36 SF storage SNOwMASs flCUIiECiUflE UNIT B16 BB 1 BEO ZI.] b BU BEt aP \ M2 ED 1 p 1.3 01 04 BJ Be 01 09 011 0 If- 8' 97- C 11'- 1' R'-{' la'- 1' 1Y-0' 2r- W ' 1-{' LI OutM 7 WBBY I v BTOflnGE J 1)9 7 r77 11U 9 1 I II 91 41 II I I NwsEIa: EPIrvG E.H. EA na E.H. e III 4 e1B ale 916 t v Inn ul a 141 l RE: ". 1] RE: n8. . n8.3.3 j VEST.L MRFUDO I OWNERS OE3 STING LwREfl3 t 1 fl{ AIR i I I Snowmass 13B j I f i p n,- d av Opt. 1 age eve 01 a2 a1 g5 010 Bn aN ffE 0CI 11 — 11 1 1/ 16 - 1 0 HCHIiECiUHE February 15, 2007 n WW February 26, 2007 Town of Snowmass Village Attn: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Rhonda, With regards to my appearance at today's council meeting, and per Mr. Mercatoris' request, please find enclosed a copy of the document that I previously distributed to all council members. Feel free to phone me with any questions. Sincere regards, WV ar ewis Enclosure February 9, 2007 Town Council of Snowmass Village Doug Mercatoris, Reed Lewis, Arnie Mordkin Sally Sparhawk, John Wilkinson PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Town Council representatives, With regards to the upcoming lottery for the much anticipated Rodeo Place offering, I once again am requesting of the council to continue discussion regarding changes needed to the Affordable Housing Income and Asset guidelines which are currently in place. Quoting directly from the Housing Staff Report dated December 18, 2006 then provided to the Council, the housing office suggests that the "guidelines remain in the range to assist people who have limited housing purchase options". My family qualifies per that statement, yet is currently being exempted by these guidelines. What makes other families needs anymore important than another family who has the same needs, and the same limited options? In voicing my objections, I am also willing to work with the council toward finding acceptable solutions. Therefore, please see the following list of ideas to facilitate changing the current restrictive program: 1. First and foremost, most people view the single-family home as the top echelon of housing. Therefore, a different set of guidelines should be created for single family homes. As our housing manager has already stated to the council, most of the applications that they have received thus far for the homes at Rodeo Place are from people who already own a TOSV deed restricted condo or townhome and want to move-up and upgrade to a single family home. People's needs grow as their families grow. 2. Add Income and Assets together for one total qualifying number. For example, my income fluctuates year to year, sometimes dramatically, due to my profession and the current marketplace. My previous three years average may show me as being high on income; however they will also show that I am low on the maximum allowable assets. Therefore, we should Town of Snowmass Village January 31, 2007 Page 2 allow a total of the two numbers'. (My five year average would be lower, as well as my ten year average even lower). 3. Add the income and assets together for one total qualifying number, then if a person is over that number, have a "special review committee" (see paragraph 12) first establish that this person doesn't qualify to purchase a free-market single family home in Snowmass, then figure out the percentage that that family is over the Income and Asset level, then increase the purchase price for that home by the same percentage amount. 4. Offer first to people in the system, which have been waiting for a single family home opportunity to become available in the Crossings, but have not yet had the opportunity to purchase one. And all the while, these families continue to grow and subsequently, run out of space. 5. The Crossing's offer's an "in-complex" bid process where if something becomes available in the Crossing's, current Crossing's owners get the first chance to purchase it. The same should be done with Rodeo Place, offering first to people who already own a TOSV condo or townhome and who have waited the longest for a single family home opportunity. 6. Open the process to more people. Create additional new qualifying categories using the example set by the Aspen and Pitkin County Housing Authority, then charge different prices for the homes, depending on your income and asset level. This could help to lesson the Town's subsidy in the development of Rodeo Place. 7. Since the last affordable single family home offering (The Crossings), the cost of living has grown exponentially, as has the cost of local real estate. Yet, the income and asset guidelines have been changed multiple times to become more restrictive. Our government's reaction to make the guidelines more restrictive (while everything around us increases) was a direct result of some currently perceived abuses at the Crossings. Whether some of those abuses are warranted, don't let just a few examples cloud your judgment on the majority of the people who deserved to purchase in the Crossings at that time, and still deserve to live there. If it is your fear that someone will purchase in Rodeo Place that ultimately could afford to purchase a free market single family home in Snowmass, then see the next paragraph paragraph 8.) The suggested affidavit shall alleviate that concern. 8. Require the people who have earned the chance to purchase and live in the homes in Rodeo Place to sign to sign an affidavit at closing pledging to relinquish their home if and when they have earned enough to afford a free market home in Snowmass Village. My family would certainly agree to this. 9. Until now, all attention has been given to specific Income and Asset maximums and no thought has been given to how those levels result in different financial positions for different ages. For instance, a married couple Town of Snowmass Village January 31, 2007 Page 3 in their mid 20's with an annual income of $250k and has $200k in assets, is considered by an economist as being well off and planning well for future retirement. While a couple in their mid 40's, with the same earnings and assets is not considered nearly as well prepared for retirement. In addition, older adults are more likely to have older children. As children grow in age, they become much more expensive! 10. The same applies for a person's job or career. The longer you live in one place and work the same job, the more you should make. However, people who have worked their way up the proverbial ladder at the same job, chances are greater that they will be pressing, even exceeding the arbitrary guidelines that are currently in place. However, that doesn't necessarily mean that one can afford to purchase a free market home in Snowmass! Additionally, nor should it mean that this family should not have an equal chance to purchase a deed-restricted home. 11. As most of you are aware, the Country Club Townhome association (where I am a current owner of one of the TOSV deed restricted properties) is preparing to do a major exterior renovation on the property. According to the most recent cost to owner projections, the estimated special assessment assessed to my property will be $116,000. A number of us have previously spoken with Merc and Joe Coffey in addition to others, about exploring some sort of financial assistance for the deed restricted property owner's there. One solution would be to have the TOSV trade with me a Rodeo Place home (large home with basement). I would of course pay the difference in my CCHO resale price and the cost of the home. Then remodel the CCHO and sell it on the free-market which would realize an estimated $1 .8 million sale at today's estimated value. The proceeds from this sale could then be apportioned to the special assessment levied on the remaining deed restricted properties located in the CCHO's and any leftover could go toward the Rodeo Place development costs which in turn would reduce the Town's subsidy. 12. Create a special review committee to review applications that are outside of the established norm. The building and planning department allows for and grants "variances" from the established building codes, the Town is allowed to bargain and negotiate with the established land use code, and zone districts allow uses by right as well as uses by "special review" for desired uses that are outside of the normal applications, etc. 13. If you are still hesitant to change the current restrictions for the entire single family home offering at Rodeo Place, then at least consider offering some of the homes, possibly the larger homes, using different categories for different categories of people. This would assist more people who do not have any other option of living in a single family home in Snowmass. People, who Town of Snowmass Village January 31, 2007 Page 4 have lived here as long as we have, people who have lost out on previous opportunity lotteries at the Crossings, or who have missed qualifying due to an "in-complex bid" winner, etc. Somehow, we need to realize that there are families and individuals in our community who fall outside of the current arbitrarily established guidelines, and that also need help in achieving their American dream. It should not always come down to timing. For example, in the twelve years that I have been working my job, I would have qualified for this offering a great majority of those years. The last time the Income and asset guidelines were adjusted, it was prior to and directed at the Daly Townhomes offering. Although some great work was done them, our marketplace has since changed. In addition and as mentioned above, the single family home product is different than a condo or townhome and should be treated as such. Therefore, the current guidelines should be adjusted to accommodate this new product. When the Sinclair Meadows deed restricted townhomes become available in the near future, you can go back to using the current guidelines, which were set for townhomes and condominiums. I believe it would be a safe bet to assume that we will not witness anywhere near the percentage of Crossings or Rodeo Place single family homeowner's, wanting to sell their single family homes and apply for these new townhomes! I am not just identifying a problem and asking for the council to take care of it as the foregoing list of ideas confirms. As I have stated previously, I am here to offer my assistance, knowledge and ideas in order to help create and establish new and appropriate single family home guidelines so that the upcoming Rodeo Place offering will assist a greater variety of people, and as a result will be considered to be a much fairer opportunity for those who do not financially qualify to purchase a free-market home in Snowmass Village, and who are in need of housing assistance Sincere Regards, Mark Lewis Cc: Joe Coffey, housing director John Dresser, town attorney If You Don' t Want it Printed, Don' t Let it Happen. " 4 aspendailynews. com The Roaring Fork Valley' s only independent and locally owned newspaper gr- rr } s.'.Y= y. icy.^ I' yl.. K_rt 6?t ' x7" Employee housing ignores professionals, some say By Catherine Lutz inclusive on the higher end, others think there' sa $ 1. 5 million gap between the 2s n oaa Ne s sran writer the current system is working just fine. highest priced employee housing unit SNOWMASS VILLAGE — As the The lowest priced free- market home and the most affordable free- market t price gap between free- market and gov- in $ uowmass Village right now is about single- family home. E ernment- subsidized employee housing $ 1. 95 million, said Mark Lewis, a Real- , " They' re only appealing to a small so- rows some professionals feel they for with BS Adams and Co. — way out cio- economic base," said Lewis, who - t might be left out in the cold. of reach for his paycheck. But he' s also lives in a, Country Club townhome Plans are being finalized for the Ro- been disqualified for making too much with his wife and two kids. " They' re t . deo Place employee housing project— a money in the last employee- housing lot- not appealing to managers, people neighborhood of single= family homes tery he entered for a home in the Cross- who have improved their situation g P near the town' s entryway — but some ings, where prices have reached into the locals think it' s excluding families with mid-$ 400, 000 range. year after year." higher incomes that can' t afford a house Rodeo Place homes will range Snowmass' hot real estate market has E, on the free market. from $ 284, 200 to $ 443, 400 — with benefited Lewis and many of his. col- But while at least one town official maximum income limits ranging from leagues the last couple years, he Raid, supports making employee housing more $ 111, 000 to $ 178, 000 per year — so HOUSING ON PAGE 4 LOCAL non to Some Snowmass professionals concerts wonder where they'll go m has released a half- HOUSING FROM PAGE t be an "entry-level" home project, andand. has appeared on demand is high, with 47 people willingnyeWest,Mos Def and but ironically, it may have pushed him g P P g further from qualifying for housing. to put down a $1,000 deposit to enter Iis notoriety increased What you're telling us longtime the lottery for the project.tees on the Comedy management people is, `You're out of "Really, demand is great for every- iappelle's Show." here. You have to move to Glenwood thing" in the inventory, said Coffey. as one of the headlin- or Silt and start commuting,"' Dean Councilman Reed Lewis thinks the 6 on the summer mu= Derosier, a water engineer and 25-year answer is to create an additional cat- tr Lotlapolooza, which Snowmass resident, told the Snowmass egory for higher-income employees, i in the early 1990s as town council recently,which there may not be.too many of the emerging alterna- Derosier and his wife, who have no now but there will bemore and more of children, live in a Fairway Three em- in the future. icerts will take place in ployee townhome. They plan to apply "The guidelines are not wrong, but fora Rodeo Place single-family home they are somewhat oti[dated with real-t downtown Aspen. because they would like to stay in ity,"said Lewis. Snowmass long term, but Derosier is Two of Lewis' 'colleagues feel the not sure ifthey will qualify. guidelines —which were recently up- 6:409:255 What you're going to find in the fu- dated to a slightly higher income limit ture is you're not going to have middle -are working fine the way they are. 0' management people," said Derosier. "We try to accommodate as many The income guidelines are definitely people as can qualify for one unit," 5 not what they need to be to keep a di- said Councilman John Wilkinson. "The verse level of employees here." qualifications were pufin place to reach 0 Buying downvalley is not an option a broad spectrum of people .needing for either Lewis or Derosier. Both not- housing. 35 ed that homes in Basalt are now aver- Wilkinson worries that if the guide- aging more than $1 million, and living lines were changed,people on the other and working in the same community is end of the spectrum would be left out, c ,E important to them. so you'd have disparity onboth sides," y yr My kids are born and raised in he said. Snowmass Village,they're first genera- Derosier said he thinks a lot of people tion and all their activities are up here," are in a similar situation, but Council- t ; said Lewis. woman Sally Sparhawk said that"not a t sai "t`; ; "We'd rather stay in Snowmass; dot of people have spoken up, so if this that's where we've lived for 20-some- is a widespread thing not a lot of people thing years,"said Derosier."Ifwe move are coming forward." z s out of Snowmass then we'll probably Sparhawk said she .doesn't feel a i x move out of the vane need to change the housing guidelines Tow at this time.Town of Snowmass Village Housing j, Manager Joe Coffey said the housing Lewis, for his part, said that even if eSLzt L c department's income and asset guide- it's not a widespread issue, his family t lines are as inclusive as they can be,and is as deserving as any other to have a denies that the system is the problem. home in Snowmass. Whenever you have guidelines, but I antitodoaffoand in the meantime ICqkzfnomatterwhereyoudrawthatlinein n y3 the sand someone is going to be on the have a growing family bursting at the rr other side,"said Coffey. `And it's hard;seams," Lewis told the town council. it's really hard."Everyone can qualify for something e but me. The harder I work, the further F _ The maximum allowable income for employee housing in Snowmass Vil- it gets pushed away to get a single fam- lage is more than $185,000, and the ily home. If I don't qualify for one oft@slvastmajorityofemployeehouseholdsfrom Rodeo Place homes),where do I go j ug y from here?" are within that realm, said Coffey. y Rodeo Place is actually designed to tie @aspendoilyneros.com Ile, .IZ Page 6 • January 24 -30, 2007 • Snowmass Sun From LETTERS, page 4 26 VOTES —The City of Aspen wants to say we want, we are mad now claiming don't know — WHERE SHOULD WE GO that it would cost an additional "$2 mil- On Salary caps are `ridiculous' FROM HERE?" (Whew!), would say if lion and two years time"just to produce fore t the city conformed to truth in advertis- the paperwork to make that plan possi- Los fEditor: ing: ble.Wow, $2 million and two years time, ing sThesalarycapsbeingputonthenewTheCityofAspenknowsthatmostofjusttorecommendsignsthatsay"HOV" ment: homes being built in Snowmass are its citizens would like to four-lane the instead of"Buses Only." Don't you wish prodsridiculous. Entrance to Aspen, with lanes everyone you worked for the transportation plan- I Is) 1 I can't help but think this is difficult can use, in order to reduce the conges- ning industry? or no for Town Council, because of all the tion we have today.That's why we're do- So come to our meeting and see how WhabuseofemployeehousingintheCross- ing everything we can to prevent that modern democracy really works — false alsoingsdevelopment. There were people from happening, and have organized an- claims, misleading statistics, red her- Townwho "cashed out"and moved to employ- other phony public process to reach the rings,invalid comparisons,facilitator or- Witeehousingtwhowouldhavethought?). predetermined outcome we have de- chestrations, and predetermined out- visito Rules need to be set to keep people creed. comes will all be on display for your en- let th. who deserve employee housing and are After all, as long as we have an artifi- joyment. Asper still successful in the loop. Maybe a case cial traffic jam, we can probably contin-. RSVP to www.aspenpitkin.com and theybycasebasiswouldwork, along with ue to sell more of our favorite product— click on SIGN UP FOR VOICES ON viron guidelines. mass transportation.Think of the job se- THE ENTRANCE link.Call 920-5082 if geles The council needs to get creative. I cunty for all of our friends in cushy ad- you don't have Internet. sume: personally would like to think that if you ministrative positions,not to mention the Jeffrey Evans foodcanaffordtomoveintofreemarketopportunitiesforformergovernmentSouthernBasaltheaps housing, you would. employees making big bundles in the 1 w Giving some one else an opportunity private consulting industry! Countoownahomehere. p g y How to ensure safe dining Staci Stakes We hope everyone appreciates our ef- Web forts, because quite frankly, it hasn't Editor: those Snowmass Village been easy. We had to block a citizens In Colorado, where one plays Russian the pt group from circulating a petition for a Roulette when dining out which leaves right binding vote on the entrance — while me carefully choosing which restaurants or gn claiming to want public input at the same to enter or advising others to enter. cide t Where's the logic in L. time! We were a little worried about that Take for example what happened in The Entrance debate? one for awhile,but thanks to the political August 2006 over two nights at a popu= know coma most Aspenites prefer, you've giv- lar high end Aspen restaurant called flock Editor: en us the confidence we need to be even UHostaria had 32 patrons ailing with Ma Jay Leno does a recurring comedy bit more outrageous. vomit, diarrhea and stomach aches. The Court on his TV show in which he pitches We're so confident that we now bla- illnesses began between six and nine tice r: products on the premise that"truth in ad- tantly promote our "Preferred Alterna- hours after dining there. dusk; vertising" is actually enforced. You get tive," as "the most likely solution that Although CHostaria thoroughly sam- Sor to hear what ads for products would real- could be implemented quickly."We trust tized itself,the mysterious illness attacks in the ly say if they were required to be truth- the people of Aspen not to ask the ques- .. were never solved and business went on potab ful l.tion, "Solution to what?" because it sure as usual. Something like this would not ventic In the spirit of the U.S. Comedy Arts wouldn't be the traffic jam! go unresolved in Beverly Hills, Califor- mitt,t Festival, here's what the City of Aspen's As for the real solution, the one which nia!You can bet on that! But the folks in red, it newspaper ad titled "THE ENTRANCE could actually relieve congestion and Aspen will say, "This is Aspen!" The contat TO ASPEN — AFTER 37 YEARS AND gain the"broad community support" we smart rich know where it is safer to eat, f.. a 0 T MMr TOSV Marketing and Special Events Merchant Meeting will be held on January 30th at 9:00 a.m. at the Artisan Restaurant in the Stonebridge Inn.Call Beth Albert to RSVP: 922-2298. Town Hall Construction Update: Retaining walls at the upper parking lot are built and structural concrete walls are going up at the garage and main entry levels. Structural steel will be arriving in nud- February. Project is on track for an early November completion date. The Town of Snowmass Village wants to meet with your community group to discuss the impacts of construction. We have a lot of work ahead of us this spring and your feedback is very important to us. R We want to hear from you and collect your comments in a small group setting. If you are interested in TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2007 - FREE • www.aspentimes.com • Vol. 20 • No. 16 M 0 Idoovalley's miffilion-dollar moment Willits home prices soar, ,o,ha nm.lhoado,orn apartment o,,e, mi,hbirhood,wrapped around a Town Ty.Critics of growth cannot contend thatalegalatte"a,dwelling, e'noo with 400 ton,and candai,and the restrictionsdrove up ASIpru prices.top $1 million average unit. 250vM sq.lott of n ammod spot. aliels Gland,wit left office as a rhe h,,.,e was ni-it,trully listed for Lueas i.ol the seller of the louse I. Pitki.County I.turnismano this rrarrh. By Scott Condon S975,001)when it waa wo the market in Juniper Coon.ruadia, ,It Ointie again. .1woo,s'urru'read that prices aren't that4,,e.71.Stott uoao, NI, 22, 006.according 1.Wood,Luo,., nexesi.1 he,asking priev,by SZZ5,(ffloi "n'totorn in Mi.Ci..nor,"ohwraird, A strong aid e,Ne ounk,t .aban,d Wendy La,&C..Lucas N.,ornber.Lieu sispoa,ts some of the than they am in Eagle County and Vail. with g,.,Ih or"mr,il"asna the no'l,all" is the rzelnsis<limnf•. ar,,,, for the oca ,m., ..L,Iioun to the Basalt io,u .1wo Ommumt,aeounry,tonay. sent sales priers 'j"Ie-fa iG drdopers d Willis.Alt wagh she didn't .,,Mu.o,nt'e [Hugh stance again,[ Uwtoa wU..I,d,rd in,(lanes v... I"Gas in the Willits wdociski...I vranny have the listing onduts lsu st result,she iro"th seviderl toward the S I oullmn borriet in x:I",<jurulfiiui do"noonoth. O.ols'11.1p aurouon to all to,61ity 1.1 "With the no growth Indian.of acme With[.,.She feels Rosatis positions ineel- house built an 2003 that is nearly Motors. of the deep ibiat", in f3s"ll,Ili.is ,alej the 'meano,a, 3.000 doom Ito sold for i,asking too, Willits is almost a Iowa wlbi..rows. nain,value t.l;,,then the,,wa,Wom," Th. B.,-11 Town Crarrmil majority of$1.1 author,..Jan.2. oo 1, b in west B.'sati,o"alh,I.....Ili. ",as aid."When .,, fauldog tii prepared to eject I.o bit do,,,lop- info.r2dan in the Aspen Buzut!at Real- City Market When completed,it will Vanspects.yaluosanegoont;tuLlu ul," unent recently.Th, Roo,in, o'.Nldnpo:Li,ung 5...we.Tex,lo.a,,, re,pne,550 sjn,10-f,.nIy to to,I,. It's a Ia-i,debate flort dribbled Fork Club proposed adding,32 loeury has four Ld,.,,,,s and budr-oann,11 houses ad condominiums in residential from Aspen and Pukut Co..- 11A6 AVA, Gol,Totes•Themouh.January Ili'1007 Willits Cr,han,',r PAGE Al abun, IN 14"I'faunly,ho ,and ow,36 aflaaltafl anoillg unit' Souris ch" I",B 11.h Ilio, po,- oird ark end o"101ort' f a0e mi.oka". In h,,,h 1,11.thma,,I,J,,,In.,, Wan, ,h,11 1,.,oi 51 fit the o,'.'arwit w...Id tiny 1,111, ail In ldkhuil.,no,m'I",'It.....;d the'anolep, ani,td no fill I1,11 S."we'liwo Cuonca Iis...... bon '12 i•olia It......frul"sivat,the i,twers by takho.a cla.,I's'Ll al doekf L " 2e, dl or 1610 a,eirt,-ut b,11a Ili' erne, o,tnui,and and1iiie"h...im notes It,,Ippr"ou....I It, tLndtrri- state.in. Pre,mas tow"j,cal nor. ir,l'-fanill hon. In Willa,Was 00r, ,,.o in L...a' Ili,St I million:ale 11asu'tlink,.A new joun,,u Late Court in 5,,,cw111 loo.Mloo aquala"artt pai Idle rap"atternoan man up.Willa, is .1111., contract for writs aacino,tan in ca'aft, 51,175J)00. h, at the initial we" .the o4hodmkiija wile to.iihou"a M lood"Go asoulnina"I III,III,pw,,'If fa,,her dowalatil". Shea,'.waod', I Idiuly y,i,uls I, ,uaj! onailie,with aid norm Ownei-iba,ldial rionit own,'as that all o,cw I.......I,,the ,aw1,,,, n,,Il thodmo le le L_az., .iid he and Willit'dlml- u" aaan""litalloonit, wil top per Nli,hui,l Lipkin we"proud -11,11 type f L.,'al 1-10 a ro".,narkel 'I'a,.wroO T,,spno,iw fimir don, he area P1111ded do',],'i'l,in I- a is m,_ aponionnit for in 1111p,111ung m)Wt be do""r, it ,,lis uer, an, ft, rhr,,buy s.... a1do"',isjimoo, able W altril i`tl n'th"n loan"I It...11111 ,111, ill ha—oi boY 11 hmak re 1[,.- 111" rue h,1-at.11 Us,'y Thursday, January] 8 2007 The Aspen Times A3" UR In IVIIIIion dOIIaC deals That' sales data reflects home sales in that new subdivision was$ 770, 000. explode in 171 in Basalt and the: surrounding area. . Lucas said she suspects the sales in 1dvalley S The Aspen Board of Realtors' " Basalt ' Willits will influence appreciation in housing market iii" 06 zone", extends from Wingo Junction to' the' SouthsideandElkRuniation n - - the Mount Sopns Ranch where sever- Sions, both closer to I old town" Al big sales occurred Basalt. By Scott Condon' Aspen. Times StofiWnter Even within Basalt proper,$ 1- mil- Elk Run, Willits and Southsitle'. lion sales are becoming a common were all once legitimate free- market Se much for the $ 1' million• bamer`':. occurrence. Four sales exceeding $ 1 options for middle- class families in in the ndvalley housing market i' : million occurred on Riverside Drive the Roaring Fork Valley._ Skyrocketing The number of single- family home alone, according to data'_ Chaffin/ Light prices acing Fork V the deriiogcketics ' sales in excess of $ 1 million in the Real Estate. published in its. Mountain of those neighborhoods':: Basalt- area last year was more- than dou ' Places winter catalogue. There were Single- family homes aren' t the ble the number in 2005; according to . also two on Sopris Drive ', only residences selling for$ 1 million: sales data tracked by real estate agents Early' signs ttiis• year indicate $ 1 Two of the Market Street Lofts at- rethere were 33 sales of$ 1 : million deals will' be commonplace: Willits, in the first building c- onstnict millionormoreintheAspenBoardofTheAspenTimes reportedTuesday edinwhatthe; developer, calls., Willits Realtors' Multiple Listing Service'_ that one" home in the Willits Town Center, are for sale alts more zone for the Basalt. area. In 2005 there ' Sion in West Basalt sold for` more than than$ 1 million. were only 15 such sales i'n that zone, .; $ 1 million on Jan.-' 2-- A. second, new, according to Wendy Lucas owner of--. house in- Willitsis under contract for Scott Condon se mail address• is Wendy Lucas & Co. 1.1 million. The previous' high sale scondon @aspentimes. com.. ; Mark From: Kelly Pazar[kpazar@comcast.net] Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 5:46 PM To:Joe Coffey Cc:Mark Subject: Employee Housing pricing guidelines Hi Joe, I wanted to copy the Town Council on this email also, but I couldn't find their email addresses on the TOSV website. But I'm tired tonight, so that's no surprise! :-) I have an idea which may have been discussed already, but if not, please pass it on to the Council for discussion (or just forward my email). Instead of changing the existing income/asset limits based on home price, why don't we price for sale homes/condos like Aspen/Pitco Housing Authority does it, and spread them out over'categories'. For example, if there are 3 large homes' for sale at Rodeo Place, based on demand, one could be Category 1 (or whatever) for$300,000, another at Cat 2 for$400,000 and another at Cat 3 for$500,000. Of course I'm just throwing out random numbers here. This way, higher income buyers would pay more for the same type of property than lower income, but it wouldn't necessarily exclude anyone. Just a thought. Peace, Kelly 2/9/2007 WANTED Longtime local family searching for the American Dream... Single Family Home Ownership or tenancy within the Aspen School District boundaries. CREATIVE SELLER? DEFERRED OR LONG TERM CLOSING OPTIONS? POSSIBLE PARTNERSHIP? RO? Please phone ( 970) 948- 4734 with any ideas or opportunities. All calls shall be kept confidential) OOZ 19Z Aienjqol r 1 Iv 5f! 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