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03-05-07 Town Council PacketI no ° fla SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETINGING AGENDA Jam%MARCH 5, 2007 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: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS 5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Town Council Item No. 4: GRASSROOTS TV GRANT REQUEST Kathleen Wanatowicz.........................................................Page 1 (TAB A) Item No. 5: RESOLUTION NO. 14, SEREIS OF 2007 —AMENDED AGREEMENT WITH URBAN INNOVATIONS: A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO AN EXISTING AGREEMENT WITH URBAN INNOVATIONS, INC TO COMPLETE WORK ON PROPOSALS AND GRANTS RELATED TO THE MALL TRANSIT STATION. David Peckler...................................................................Page 3 (TAB B) Item No. 6: INFORMATION CENTER CIVIL CONSTRUCTION (formerly Visitor Center) Hunt Walker.....................................................................Page 10 (TAB C) Item No. 7: PUBLIC HEARING — RESOLUTION NO. 06, SERIES OF 2007 — ARCHITECTURAL PLAN REVIEW: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION CONCERNING TOWN COUNCIL ARCHITECTURAL PLAN REVIEW OF BUILDING 13B, BASE VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT. Chris Conrad....................................................................Page 15 (TAB D) Item No. 8: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION- CLUB COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING: PRELIMINARY PLANNED APPLICATION FOR THE PROPOSED CLUB COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT Applicant presentation of the proposal; and Review of core issues Jim Wahlstrom..................................................................Page 18 (TAB E) Item No. 9: OPEN AND CONTINUE PUBLIC HEARING - SNOWMASS CENTER: PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION AND MODIFICATIONS THERETO FOR THE PROPOSED SNOWMASS CENTER REDEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION PLAN PROJECT (Continued public hearing to April 2, 2007 Meeting) Jim Wahlstrom...................................................................Page 120 (TAB F) 1 03-05-07 T.C. Page 2 of 2 Item No. 10: MANAGER'S REPORT.........................................................Page 123 (TAB G) Skittles Lift Post Office Recycling / Office Pack Community Satisfaction Survey TOSV Funding Request from EOTC Item No. 11: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS....Page 131 (TAB H) Item No. 12: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. PLEASE JOIN TOWN COUNCIL FOR A SOCIAL AT TASTER'S AFTER TONIGHT'S MEETING. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: March 5, 2007 Agenda Item: GrassRoots TV Grant Funding Request Presented By: Kathleen Wanatowicz Core Issues: The Government Channel was established by Pitkin County's Franchise Agreement with Comcast and is owned by Pitkin County and operated by GrassRoots Television, Inc. The Town of Snowmass Village is budgeted for a portion of the yearly operational expense for Community Government Channel 11 at $13,333. This money goes toward operating channel 11. Pitkin County and City of Aspen also contribute operational fees. The Town of Snowmass Village has budgeted to grant GrassRoots TV Channel 12 $20,500 for operation of community access TV. Historically, The Town of Snowmass Village has granted GrassRoots TV $13,333 for channel 11 operation and $20,500 for channel 12. Council Options: 1) Approve $13,333 for operational expense of CGTV Government Channel 11 and Approve $20,500 for operational expense of GrassRoots TV channel 12. 2) Not approve request. Staff Recommendation: Option 1 GrassRoots TV 12 Snowmass Village's Community Television Station. Good communication makes a community work. A town is not a true community unless its residents are continually discovering and discussing their common concerns and developing common goals. As Snowmass Village works toward the future amidst major redevelopment, only GrassRoots TV 12 provides the safe, open, nonjudgmental channel of discussion needed to strengthen and define the community. Along with other residents of the Roaring Fork Valley, Snowmass Village citizens, their non-profit organizations and their government created 875 original productions in 2006. Nineteen percent of GrassRoots viewers and a similar percentage of the 2500 annual studio visits live in Snowmass Village. GrassRoots TV enables Snowmass Village cable subscribers to access virtually all public lectures and panel discussions presented by the Aspen Institute, Rocky Mountain Institute, The Given Institute, Aspen Science Foundation, The Aspen Center for Physics, Sopris Foundation along with programs presented by over 100 other valley non-profits every year. GrassRoots is truly a common ground for the citizens of Snowmass Village and the entire Roaring Fork Valley. Through this community television channel, residents throughout the valley can gain in depth understand of the local and regional issues that affect their daily lives, and the lives of their co-workers and friends. GrassRoots TV provides the only truly relevant television programming on your cable system. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: March 5, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 14, SEREIS OF 2007 —AMENDED AGREEMENT WITH URBAN INNOVATIONS A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO AN EXISTING AGREEMENT WITH URBAN INNOVATIONS, INC TO COMPLETE WORK ON PROPOSALS AND GRANTS RELATED TO THE MALL TRANSIT STATION. Presented By: David Peckler, Transportation Director Core Issues: Staff is asking Council to approve an Amending Agreement to the original agreement dated June 8, 2006 (see attachment to resolution) between the Town and Urban Innovations, INC (Urban INN). The original agreement outlined tasks to be completed in Phase II of Urban INN process to development a Joint Development project for the Mall Transit Station. The Amending Agreement lists five tasks to be completed: 1. Coordinate Submission of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Assessment to Transit Authority by Engineering Firm; and, 2. Establish Financing Mechanism (Cost Sharing between Developer and Town) for Joint Development Planning Funding; and, 3. Coordinate Filing of Planning Grant Application with FTAICDOT for Additional Planning Funding; and, 4. Coordinate Approval of Additional Funding Grant; and, 5. Arrange Receipt of Developer Planning Funds. The Amending Agreement adds $40,000 to the original agreement. General Info: At the request of the public and private sector Urban INN began to develop documents and activities that are specific to Phase III of their process; most notable the draft of the Memorandum of Understanding MOU,) and the development of the Request for Proposal for an Environmental Assessment of the potential site for a transit station. Both the Region 8 office of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the Transit Unit of the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) have required the Environmental Assessment of the site be completed before grant funding can be used for design or construction work. In addition, issues related to property in the West Village area, and agreements between the Town and Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA) have added to the scope contemplated in the original agreement with Urban INN. Given that the Environmental Assessment requirement, land issues and the agreements with SVRA have all had a direct barring on the Mall Transit Station project, staff is waiting for some information before requesting entering into the Phase II I agreement with Urban INN. Council Options: 1. Approve the Amending Agreement to complete the listed tasks. 2. Table the agreement to gather additional information on the agreement and tasks. 3. Not approve the Amending Agreement Staff Staff recommends approving the Amending Recommendation: Agreement to keep the project moving forward with the completion of the specified tasks. Jun L Of O'_r: .. . a do rno 412}15l 9404 Exhibit 1 p. 1 of 4 AGREEMENT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES —PHASE 2 This AGREEMENT is entered into as of this Sth day of June, 2006, by and between URBAN INNOVATIONS, INC, of 2039 Hycroft Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15241 (hereinafter referred to as "Consultant") and Town of Snowmass Village, ofPO Box 5010. Snowmass Village,CO 81615 (hereinafter referred to as"Owner"). WITNESSETH THAT: WHEREAS, the Owner is undertaking various projects in Snowmass Village, CO hereinafter referred to as"Projects"); and WHEREAS, it is necessary for the Owner to retain a consultant; and WHEREAS, Consultant utilizes a five phase process more fully described in Exhibit I to this Agreement to provide services to clients; and WHEREAS, Owner and Consultant have completed work under Phase 1 of Consultant's process described in Exhibit land Owner understands this Agreement relates to Phase 2 services and in no way includes services related to Phase 3 through Phase 5 which may only be provided under separate agreement(s); and WHEREAS, Consultant has agreed to provide Owner with certain services under Phase 2 of Exhibit I which are more fully described below and which are necessary for the undertaking and completion ofthe Projects; NOW, THEREFORE,the parties hereto do mutually agree as follows: 1) General Description of Services Consultant shall perform all necessary services required under this Agreement with respect to identifying potential funding sources to fund infrastructure for Transit Oriented Development("TOD") Opportunities and preparing the appropriate applications and advocate funding for TOD to Federal and State agencies while at the same time recommending team(s) to implement TOD and Transit Related Development("TRD") Opportunities. The services enumerated in detail in Paragraph 2 of this Agreement include technical advice and assistance in connection with certain projects, including graphic representations and any other incidental work in connection therewith. All materials concerning the Projects in possession of Owner will be supplied to Consultant and any additional information which Owner later obtains shall be made available to Consultant upon request. Consultant shall at the request of Owner prepare reports satisfactory to Owner within the scope of its services. 2) Scope of Services Consultant, utilizing qualified personnel, shall perform all the necessary professional services provided under this Agreement in connection with the Projects and shall do, perform and carry out in a satisfactory and proper manner as determined by the Owner, the following: 1 Jun t6 0G 1)U L)ra fir doIino 41 :•n'5 194(_14 Exhibit 1 p. 2 of 4 A) Review land use opportunities and evaluate sites 13)DcGne initial development program - TOD/TRW/Joint Development C) Prepare joint development guidelines and review with board D) Evaluate zoning issues E) Prepare preliminary business plan, identifying potential stakeholders and users of the facilities F)Review existing transit plan G) Coordinate initial FTA meeting with regional office H) Coordinate the preparation and submission of lire Needs Assessment & Feasibility Study(NAFS) to FTA 1) Work with all parties to achieve FTA preliminary approval of the project J) Update as necessary all elements from Phase 1 K) Prepare a final report that will encapsulate all of this information into one document that will serve as a tool for Owner's use to advance to the next phase of the project. 3) Time of Performance: Consultant shall furnish the documents and provide the service herein required in such a manner and at such a time as may be necessary to insure the prompt and continuous prosecution of the work of the Projects. Consultant agrees to prepare and deliver to the Owner reports as set forth in Paragraph (2) within fifteen(15) days of the request. Such times shall be extended on account of any delay caused by the Owner or by conditions otherwise beyond the control of Consultant; times may be extended by mutual agreement between the Owner and the Consultant. All services hereunder shall be completed within one (1) year of the date hereof. 4) Compensation: Consultant hereby agrees to receive and the Owner agrees to pay an amount not to exceed$80,000 for services of Consnkant as follows: A) An initial deposit of$15,000 shall be made upon the signing of this Agreement, against which hourly services will be billed according to Paragraph 4B below. B) Thereafter, monthly billings based on the following hourly rates: 1) Principals - $180.00 per hour 2) Associates- $100.00 per hour 2 Jun 1 6 U6 Gi Q, 1 a dot ino 41285 1 J404 P ' Exhibit 1 p. 3 of 4 3) Drafting - $75.00 per hour 4) Clerical - $50.00 per hour 5) Expenses—Actual incurred, but not to exceed $5,000 C) The balance of up to $65,000 shall be billed monthly as described above and payment to the Consultant by Owner is due within thirty(30) days of receipt of invoice. Owner agrees to pay a late fee of I% per month on past due balances. 5) Method of Payment. The Owner shall pay Consultant as follows: A) Upon receipt of bills for work performed under paragraph 2A-J, (:'onsultant will be paid 90%of the bill, 10%to be withheld until issuance of the final report described in Paragraph 2K. B) It is expressly understood and agreed that in no event will the total compensation and reimbursement, if any,paid hereunder exceed the maximum sum of$80,000 for all of the services required. 6) Terms and Conditions: A) Duration of Agreement: This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect for one-year from the date of signing, after which time it may be extended by mutual consent ofthe Parties hereto. B) Termination of Agreement for Cause: If, through any cause,the Consultant shall fail to fulfill in a timely and proper manner his obligations under this Agreement, or if the Consultant shall violate any of the covenants, agreements or stipulations of this Agreement, the Owner shall thereupon have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving written notice to the Consultant of such termination and specifying the effective date thereof, at least five(5)days before the effective date of such termination. In such event, all finished or unfinished documents, data, studies and reports prepared by Consultant under this Agreement shall, at the option of the Owner, become its property and the Consultant shall be entitled to receive just and equitable compensations for any satisfactory work completed under the Agreement. Notwithstanding the above, the Consultant shall not be relieved of liability to the Owner for damages sustained by the Owner by virtue of any breach of the Agreement by the Consultant,and the Owner may withhold any payments to the Consultant for the purpose of setoff until such time as the exact amount of damages due the Owner from the Consultant is detennmed. Consultant may terminate this Agreement or discontinue services under this Agreement, at Consultant's sole discretion, if Owner fails to make timely payment of invoices to Consultant or Owner breaches responsibilities outlined in this Agreement, and Consultant has so notified Owner in writing of such past due 3 n 1 t:. Of, U:1: UGa rdo 1 i no 4128519404 P 1 Exhibit 1 p. 4of4 f mane IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Owner and Consultant have executed this Agreement as of the date Gust wrillen above. AT'T 'ST: l OVATIONS, INC BY: Roben A. Ardolino, President AT"To 0F SkN 1 S VIL,L.AGF_ D. Michael Segrt,Town Manager 5 AMENDING AGREEMENT This AMENDING AGREEMENT is entered into as of this 5th day March, 2007, by and between URBAN INNOVATIONS, INC, of 2089 Hycroft Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15241 hereinafter referred to as "Consultant') and Town of Snowmass Village, of PO Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (hereinafter referred to as "Owner"). WITNESSETH THAT: WHEREAS, the Owner and Consultant (the"Parties") entered into the contract (the Contract") dated June 8, 2006 for the purpose of consulting services (Attached as Exhibit I hereto); and WHEREAS, the Parties desire to amend the Contract on the terms and conditions set forth in this Amending Agreement (the "Agreement'); and WHEREAS, This Agreement is the first amendment to the Contract and serves to add $40,000 to the Contract amount to extend and continue services as more fully described below; NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto do mutually agree as follows: 1) The Contract is amended as follows: A) Section 2 is hereby amended adding the following: L) Coordinate Submission of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Assessment to Transit Authority by Engineering Firm M) Establish Financing Mechanism (Cost Sharing % between Developer and Transit Authority) for Joint Development Planning Funding N) Coordinate Filing of Planning Grant Application with FTA/CDOT for Additional Planning Funding O) Coordinate Approval of Additional Funding Grant P) Arrange Receipt of Developer Planning Funds B) Section 4 is hereby amended replacing $80,000 with $120,000 C) Section 4B5 is hereby amended replacing $5,000 with $15,000 D) Section 4C is hereby amended replacing $65,000 with $105,000 E) Section 5B is hereby amended replacing $80,000 with $120,000 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Owner and Consultant have executed this Agreement as of the date first written above. ATTEST: URBAN INNOVATIONS, INC BY: Robert A. Ardolino, President ATTEST: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BY: Russell Forrest, Town Manager 1 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: March 5, 2007 Agenda Item: Information Center Civil Construction (formerly Visitor Center) Presented By: Hunt Walker Core Issues: Future site of an Information Building Parking Information and Management Bus Staging Park and Trail access General Info: Introduction When Staff and Council reviewed and approved the Entryway Master Plan, it was determined that the best location for an Information Center (formerly called the Visitor Center) was on the 7 Star property east of the Roundabout. The 7 Star Property was chosen because it allowed people to make way-finding decisions before they reached the roundabout. (See Leslie Bethel's attached memo for a history of the Entryway Master Planning process). Last summer, mainly for budget reasons, Staff recommended and Council approved delaying construction of the Information (Visitor) Center building. Council directed Staff to retrofit the Shuttle Depot building to accommodate the Information Center function. This facility opened a couple of weeks ago. Council also directed staff to complete the Civil Work associated with the Information area. This project includes two booths, two booth lanes, seven parking spaces, phone and electric service, a sidewalk to the Brush Creek Trail, and a pad for the future Information Center building (see the attached site design). This project was included in the 2006 and 2007 budgets, and construction commenced in November of 2006. Structural fill and topsoil for the Town Hall project was deposited on site last fall and additional fill from the Town Hall site and the Employee Housing project will be delivered to the site this spring. During the February 26, 2007 Council Meeting, during the CCIMP agenda item, Town Council asked that the Information Center area Civil Work construction project be scheduled for discussion at a future Council Meeting. Staff scheduled the meeting for today because we need to notify the contractor immediately if Council decides to stop the project. Staff feels the Civil Construction work should still proceed because the site will accommodate the following necessary functions: Future Location of Information Center Building The location is still the ideal spot for an Information Center building, and was the main reason the 7 Property was purchased. Staff feels the building (maybe a scaled- down version of the current design) should be built in 2008 or 2009, and that a small information kiosk be installed there this year. The temporary location of the Information function within the Village Shuttle Depot is a poor location. It is very difficult to provide signage to the facility from Brush Creek Road through the parking lot to the Shuttle building. Currently, a majority of the Information requests are coming from the people who park in the lot to go skiing. Very few lodging guests in the need of way finding use the facility. As Staff predicted some vehicles are using the bus lanes in front of the Depot to access the facility, which is problematic for the bus operation. Parking Information and Management Although it was anticipated that all vehicles would not be forced to enter the Information Center area, it was anticipated that people could voluntarily access a booth for parking and area information. Without constructing the booths and lanes there is not a practical way to manage vehicles when all of the town's parking lots are full. Since Staff feels that our parking lots will max out more frequently in the future, the Seven Star location is the best place to inform the traveling public, turn them around, and direct them to the Intercept Lot at Highway 82. Bus Staging Prior to construction of the Entryway area last year the old . booth lanes were used to stage RFTA buses and Charter coaches. Currently there is not any.place at the Entryway to stage buses; the 7 Star Information Center area was sized to allow buses to stage there. Construction trucks could also stage there as well. Special Events When large special events, such as the Jazz Aspen concerts, are held in the Village, the booths could be used to inform the public about the event location and available parking. Trailhead Parking/Open Space Parking The current design has a sidewalk that connects to the Brush Creek Trail. There are six parking spaces that people could use to access the trail or the Open Space Wetland area located between Brush Creek Road and the Creek. Increased Construction Costs Since the site already has been "cleared and grubbed" and fill and topsoil stored on site, the site would need to be regraded and re-vegetated if the work is stopped. The Town Hall and Employee Housing projects will have increased costs because their fill would have to be hauled out of town. Council Options: 1. Continue to construct the Civil Work at the 7 Star Information area as designed. 2. Modify the Civil Design and build it in 2007. 3. Discontinue Civil Work, re-grade, and re-vegetate the 7 Star Property. Staff Staff recommends Option #1. Continue to construct the Civil Recommendation: Work at the 7 Star Information Center area as designed. LeslieBethel DESIGN K PLANNING LLC 1226 Medicine Baw Road Aspen,Col.ado 81611 970 922 0273 Faz 970 922 0101 lbetheldsopm.net www.IcslicbnthcLcom Memo Hunt Walker 2-28-07 Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 As a planner with 30 years experience, I can tell you that right now- midway though the construction- is one of the most important stages in a large, multi-year project. It is the time when decisions need to be made that build on the framework, the community input, and the decisions that have been thoughtfully made to date. It may be helpful to add a bit of history to explain some of the thinking in creating the Entryway Master Plan. The planning process began more than 3 years ago, though some would argue that plans have been created and shelved over the last 20 years. One of the consistent features of the many iterations of the current Entryway Master Plan is the location of an Information Center on the Seven Star parcel.The intention in purchasing the parcel was to have this location to intercept the visitor to Snowmass Village and offer them information about the Village, before reaching the roundabout. This parcel offers a unique park, open space, setting as a memorable first impression of our community. It also creates the opportunity to direct the visitor prior to the roundabout, to Two Creeks and Snowmass Club Circle or to continue along Brush Creek Road. Several of the early plans showed an opportunity to combine the transit and information buildings on the Seven Star parcel, locating parking immediately adjacent, with a road linking to the 325 car lot across the wetland. Those plans were dismissed as Council made the decision that the first impression of the village should be open space and park like. Proceeding along Brush Creek Road, the next decision was to locate an activity in keeping with the family recreation and western heritage theme of the Village, hence the rodeo/ events arena adjacent to the roundabout, not a parking lot. The thinking remains the same today. We need to carefully consider the experience along Brush Creek Road as we enter our community. What are the views, what are the clues that tell me where I want to go, to park, to get information, to find lodging, to get to Two Creeks etc. Today, there is much confusion for a visitor to our Village. The hope is with the completion of the Entryway Master Plan, in particular an information function (ranging from a small kiosk to a small building) on the Seven Star parcel will create a clear and inviting experience into Snowmass Village. One of the most difficult aspects of master planning is that it takes perseverance to complete the multi- year process. A common pitfall is to make new decisions based on the current situation. I believe it always worthwhile to revisit why decisions were made. I hope this helps. Leslie Leslie Bethel Design &Planning o- y Rpm. yy,+.. 1{y', to .: i r Af r e n. F R+r t , f yy { f ; w y' f_ - AFj NR' 4RF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC 14EARING PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND AND COMMENT. DATE: March 5, 2007 TIME: During a regular meeting that begins at 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Town Council Chambers 0016 Kearns Road, 2nd Floor, Snowmass Center Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To receive public comment on an application by the Intrawest/Brush Creek Development Company LLC regarding Resolution No. 06, Series of 2007 consideration of a resolution concerning Town Council architectural plan review of Building 13b, Base Village Planned Unit Development. CODE: The application will be processed pursuant to the Base Village PUD Guide PUD Guide") Planning Director Review Procedures set forth in Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 (the "Ordinance"). INFO: The application generally involves Town Council review of the final architectural plan for Building 13b to determine whether substantial consistency exists between the final architectural plans 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 the PUD guide. Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Snowmass Village Planning Department or by telephone at (970) 923-5524 during normal business hours. Telephone: (970) 923-3777 Internet Access to Council email: http://www.tosv.com Citizen Feedback Hotline: (970) 922-6727 or clerk @tosv.com Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on February 21, 2007. CADucuments and SettingskconradVL cal Settings\Temporary Internet Files\OLK35\BV Bldg 13b Arch Design TC 3-5-07 PH Public Notice.doc TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: March 5, 2007 Agenda Item: PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTION NO. 06, SERIES OF 2007 ARCHITECTURAL PLAN REVIEW: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION CONCERNING TOWN COUNCIL ARCHITECTURAL PLAN REVIEW OF BUILDING 13B, BASE VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT. Presented By: Chris Conrad, Planning Director Core Issues: This item is continued to the March 19 meeting for consideration and action. General Info: IntrawesUBrush Creek Development Company LLC ("Applicant') has submitted the final architectural plans for Building 13B to receive architectural plan review in accordance with the Planning Director Review Procedures set forth in Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 Base Village Final PUD). The process includes Town Council review of the final architectural plan for Building 13B to determine whether substantial consistency exists between the final architectural plans and the preliminary architectural plan for the building and the design narratives described in Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 21, the conditions imposed by the Ordinance and the provisions of the PUD Guide. Please refer to Attachment 1 for the excerpted text from the Ordinance. This process also calls for a public notice to be published in the Snowmass Sun. The public hearing was noticed to occur during this Town Council meeting; however, the Applicant has requested that the item be continued to March 19 for discussion and action. The Staff Report and resolution for this item will be provided in the March 19 Town Council packet. Copies of the application packet, titled Snowmass Westin-1313 Design Approval", the application packet originally submitted for Building 13A and the Administrative Modification Record of Decision for Building 13A have been placed in your Town Council boxes for reference prior to the March 19 meeting. Attachments and Attachment 1: Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 excerpts relating to Handouts: Architectural Review of Building 13A. Handouts: 1) "Snowmass Westin-13A Administrative Modification" Documents and Record of Decision. 2) "Snowmass Westin-136 Design Approval' Application Packet Council Options: 1. Open the Public Hearing and then continue this item-to the March 19 Town Council meeting for consideration and action. Staff Open the Public Hearing and then continue this item to the March 19 Recommendation: t ATTACHMENT Base Village Final PUD Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 Excerpts Relating to Architectural Review of Building 13A Section Two. Action. The Town Council hereby approves the following: 4. Delegation of Authority to Planning Director. The Planning Director is hereby delegated the authority to process and approve final architectural plans for Buildings 10AB, 11, 12 and 13B, development and parking modifications and short term events as identified in the Planning Director Review Procedures contained in the Base Village PUD Guide. 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 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 for 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 PUD guide. TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: March 5, 2007 Agenda Item: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION - CLUB COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING: PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION FOR THE PROPOSED CLUB COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT Applicant presentation of the proposal; and Review of core issues Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: At the joint meeting with the Planning Commission on December 4, 2006, Council outlined the directives for the Planning Commission review via Resolution No. 64, Series of 2006, and also instructed Planning Commission via Resolution No. 55, Series of 2006, on November 6, 2006 to review a traffic impact report that assessed the turning movement impacts (see ATTACHMENT 1). The summary Staff report (see ATTACHMENTS 2 and 3) generally addresses the outline of core issues established earlier by the Council. The report also incorporates the Planning Commission findings or recommendations for each topic. In addition, the report makes reference to other information or materials (see ATTACHMENTS 4 through 7). The Planning Commission has completed its review following the Council directives as of February 7, 2007 and has provided their complete set of recommendations in Resolution No. 2, Series of 2007 see ATTACHMENT 8). The general drift of the Planning Commission recommendations was that they strongly preferred that the project incorporate a fourth level of employee units on the two buildings, which they felt outweighed the visual impacts of any height variation due to the need, requirements or demand for such housing and per the other reasons outlined in their findings. These recommendations were subject to the provision of adequate parking, an aggressive parking management plan, improved pedestrian connectivity in the area, and transit services for the area. General Info and The public hearing notice for the Council meeting on March 5, 2007 Attachments: was published in the Snowmass Sun on January 31, 2007. The Applicant submitted signed affidavits for the mailing and posting of the hearing notice. Attachments: 1. Council directives from Resolutions Nos. 55 and 64; 2. Summary staff report 3. Supplement staff report explaining Code language interpretations related to floor area measurements and housing mitigation measurements; 4. The existing land use and development parameters for Parcel 12, Snowmass Club PUD, the parcel of land for the existing and proposed employee housing project that sits next to the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District site (provided for reference if needed); 5. Excerpt from the Snowmass Club Recreational Use Agreement regarding the winter road crossing (provided for reference if needed); 6. Referral agency review comments; 7. Responses from Applicant to the review comments; and 8. Signed Planning Commission Resolution No. 2, Series of 2007, including all the exhibits Separate handout packet with 11" x 17" drawings that include: Letter from Applicant dated December 15, 2006 describing the floor area calculations; Revised employee housing mitigation allocation and land use tables (attached to above noted letter); Colored floor plan area calculation sheets dated December 15, 2006 for both buildings (Buildings A24 and B12); Open space map of impacted area; Floor plans and elevations of proposed golf course maintenance sheds for Parcel 12; Parking plan for proposed or anticipated expansion of the Black Saddle golf course parking lot for use as overflow parking for Club Commons employees; Conceptual pedestrian and lighting plan; and Conceptual building elevations illustrating how a fourth level might appear for additional employee housing. Note: Please save this introductory packet of information and attachments for reference at subsequent meeting reviews) Council Options: Pursuant to Code Section 16A-5-70, the order of proceedings involving a public hearing for a land use application is summarized as follows: 1. Staff introduction of the application; 2. Applicant presentation of the proposal; 3. Open the public hearing and allow for public testimony; 4. Permit the Applicant to respond to the public comments; 5. Allow Staff to respond to the public or Applicant statements; 6. Provide directives to Applicant and Staff in preparing of findings and conditions for a resolution; 7. Continue the public hearing to a date certain. Staff See ATTACHMENTS 2 and 3 of this report for staff comments, Recommendation: observations, suggestions and recommendations. 2 related to floor area measurements and housing mitigation measurements; 4. The existing land use and development parameters for Parcel 12, Snowmass Club PUD, the parcel of land for the existing and proposed employee housing project that sits next to the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District site (provided for reference if needed); 5. Excerpt from the Snowmass Club Recreational Use Agreement regarding the winter road crossing (provided for reference if needed); 6. Referral agency review comments; 7. Responses from Applicant to the review comments; and 8. Signed Planning Commission Resolution No. 2, Series of 2007, including all the exhibits Separate handout packet with 11" x 17" drawings (i.e., enlargement from the Planning Commission resolution exhibits) that include: Letter from Applicant dated December 15, 2006 describing the floor area calculations; Revised employee housing mitigation allocation and land use tables (attached to above noted letter); Colored floor plan area calculation sheets dated December 15, 2006 for both buildings (Buildings A24 and B12); Open space map of impacted area; Floor plans and elevations of proposed golf course maintenance sheds for Parcel 12; Parking plan for proposed or anticipated expansion of the Black Saddle golf course parking lot for use as overflow parking for Club Commons employees; Conceptual pedestrian and lighting plan; and Conceptual building elevations illustrating how a fourth level might appear for additional employee housing. Note: Please save this introductory packet of information and attachments for reference at subsequent meeting reviews) Council Options: Pursuant to Code Section 16A-5-70, the order of proceedings involving a public hearing for a land use application is summarized as follows: 1. Staff introduction of the application; 2. Applicant presentation of the proposal; 3. Open the public hearing and allow for public testimony; 4. Permit the Applicant to respond to the public comments; 5. Allow Staff to respond to the public or Applicant statements; 6. Provide directives to Applicant and Staff in preparing of findings and conditions for a resolution; 7. Continue the public hearing to a date certain. Staff See ATTACHMENTS 2 and 3 of this report for staff comments, Recommendation: observations, suggestions and recommendations. 2 ATTACHMENT 1 TC Report 03-05-07 Page 1 of 2 TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 64, SERIES OF 2006, EXCERPT DIRECTIVES TO PLANNING COMMISSION REVIEW OF CLUB COMMONS II PRELIMINARY PLAN Section Two: Direction to Planning Commission. Having determined that review of this application should first be completed before the Planning Commission, to address a comprehensive review of the application against Code Sections 16A-5-340(b), Preliminary Plan Review Intent and Issues," 16A-5-300(c), "General Restrictions," 16A- 5-310, "Review Standards" for PUDs, 16A-5-220, the Town Council hereby identifies the following components or core issues within the application which the Planning Commission should primarily focus upon and provide their recommendations: 1. How the remaining employee housing requirements for Base Village and the remaining 8,360 square feet employee housing requirement from the Snowmass Mountain Final PUD Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, would or might be mitigated; 2. Determine if there might be additional needs for employee housing, also in consideration of any height impacts; 3. Address proposed height impacts against the Code criteria; 4. Address Options including possible funding mechanisms for the provision of bus shuttles or routes and the general transit1transportation service adequacy for the employee housing project; 5. Bus turnaround design adequacy; 6. Adequacy of pedestrian activity areas and connectivity provisions; 7. Adequacy of Nordic crossings in the vicinity; 8. Adequacy of unit locations and their mix, including ADA units as they relate to elevators and their locations; 9. Adequacy of the parking provisions and how it compares with Club Commons I; 10. Determine options for restricting parking, such as for seasonal units or for certain other units, especially if additional employee housing units are recommended; and 11 . Determine how the fiscal impact report in the application folds in with or compares with the Base Village fiscal impact report. 3 ATTACHMENT 1 TC Report 03-05-07 Page 2 of 2 TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 55, SERIES OF 2006, EXCERPT CONDITION OF DEFERRAL ITEM VS. WAIVER The "Traffic Study Waiver" requested by the Applicant shall be a deferral with said report due prior to Planning Commission resolution and adoption of said resolution. Note: The comprehensive Traffic Impact Analysis[TIA] was initially provided in December 2006 and referred to affected staff and the Town's traffic engineering consultant for review and comment. The latest update of the TIA was submitted on February 22, 2007 in response to previous staff comments[see ATTACHMENT 6]. That TIA is currently under review with comments requested by March 12, 2007) 4 ATTACHMENT 2 TC Report 03-05-07 Summary Staff Report Club Commons 11 Employee Housing project Preliminary Plan application Introduction: The project information below provides a synopsis of the proposed application. Much of the information in the outline below may eventually be utilized in the preparation of a PUD Guide. Project Location/Background: Land Owners: Snowmass Club Associates, LLC (SCA)/Aspen Skiing Company; Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (SWSD); Note: SWSD has consented to the application and authorized SCA to represent SWSD) Location: Parcel 12, Snowmass Club P.U.D. Subdivision (platted), and SWSD property (unplatted) Existing Site areas: Parcel 12 —4.214 acres SWSD property— 6.84 acres Existing Zoning:Parcel 12 — "PUD" (permitted uses are restricted housing of 61 units, property management offices, and golf course maintenance facilities); and SWSD property— "SPA-1" (no land use and development parameters) Existing Density:14.5 units per acre Proposed Project Overview/ Description: Impacted site area: 5.2 acres Land Exchange: 49,148 square feet or 1.13 acres from SWSD to SCA; and 7,061 square feet or 0.16 acre from SCA to SWSD; Net land exchange proposed: 0.97 acre (same as Sketch Plan) Proposed Owner:SCA of both adjusted land area and the buildings. Number of buildings: Two, three-story buildings for employee housing to match the scale, character, architectural details and materials of the Club Commons I development (reduced from four stories with the revised Sketch Plan); and 5 Two new maintenance storage buildings on Parcel 12 to house golf course equipment currently stored outside Height variations: Proposed from two to five feet above the existing 41-foot height limit in Parcel 12; Applicant wishes to apply the same standard for the portion of the proposed project area outside Parcel 12. Note: The Applicant cannot simply apply standards from one property onto another without a PUD Amendment or rezoning, as determined as permissible). Council deferred rezoning and platting information on November 6, 2006 by Resolution #55. Number of units: 36 units (reduced from 60 per the revised Sketch Plan); Includes 24 seasonal units in Building A and 12 permanent housing units in Building B (reduced from 16 and 44, respectively, from the revised Sketch Plan) Average unit size:947 square feet (increased from 858 s.f. per revised Sketch Plan) Number of bedrooms: 120 bedrooms (reduced from 140 with the revised Sketch Plan) 96 seasonal bedrooms (Building A) —with two elevators 24 permanent housing bedrooms (Building B) —with no elevators ADA accessible units planned to be placed on lower floors. Proposed bedroom mix:24—4-bedroom units at 937 s.f. each (seasonal housing) 3— 3-bedroom units at 1,236 s.f. each 6—2-bedroom units at 968 s.f. each 3— 1-bedroom units at 700 s.f. each Proposed overall density: 18.55 units per acre (decreased from approximately 23 units per acre with the revised Sketch Plan) New bus stop facility: North of Club Commons I soon.......................................women.....................I CORE ISSUES: Parking provided: 105 surface parking spaces (per application; but 111 on plans) for also to be in PUD Guide) restricted housing (reduced from 130 spaces that included 100 surface parking and about 30 spaces in a parking garage per the revised Sketch Plan); and 16 parking spaces that replaced previous non-delineated spaces for the maintenance area, plus two new worker spaces; and As supplemental information, there would be proposed installation of approximately 50 net spaces in the north Black Saddle golf course parking lot expansion, which means the proposed expanded parking into Parcel 10 off the Club Commons I site could be removed. Parking ratios: 1.25 spaces for 24 full-time housing bedrooms or 30 spaces; and 0.75 spaces for 96 seasonal housing bedrooms or 72 spaces 6 Planning Commission summary recommendations — Parking: 1) As offered by the Applicant, additional parking north of the Black Saddle golf course parking lot should be accepted for off-site employee parking as it would likely add approximately 50 net spaces to meet the additional requirement of 34 parking spaces that would be needed for the recommended 4'" levels on the Club Commons II employee housing buildings. 2) The parking components within the proposed employee housing project, both on-site and off-site, should be completed concurrently with the balance of the housing development and comply with geotechnical or soils report requirements or recommendations. 3) An aggressive parking management plan, similar to or as a modification to the Club Commons I parking management plan, is recommended to support or justify the proposed alternative parking plan for Club Commons ll. The parking usage on site should be controlled by: a) Issuing certain types of parking permits, such as the Applicant offering permits that allow close-in, on-site parking and those permits that only allow off-site, remote parking; or b) allowing permanent housing residents to park on-site and seasonal housing residents to park off-site at the Black Saddle lot; or c) combining the above noted restrictions; and d) prohibiting the storage of abandoned, disrepaired vehicles, RV's, campers, tractor- trailer or similar vehicles on the site and in the Black Saddle parking areas. Staff Recommendations - Parking: Staff does not necessarily dispute the Planning Commission recommendations. Instead of providing parking in a remote area off the site for a possible fourth level as recommended by the Planning Commission, staff believes more parking on the site such as underground parking would be an added convenience for the residents of the project. Landscape Plans: The Applicant submitted revised landscape plans in response to the initial review comments from the Town's Landscape Architect (see ATTACHMENT 6 for the comments and Attachment 7 for the Applicant replies) in response to the original landscape plan in Section 3 of the application notebook. The Applicant also submitted an open space plan and building elevations of the new golf course maintenance sheds (see separate handout packet). The new shed locations appear to affect the removal of a few existing trees along the berm areas, but the revised landscape plan does not appear to provide a mitigation schedule for such tree removals. Planning Commission summary recommendations - Landscaping: Additional berms and landscape buffering around the perimeter of the expanded Black Saddle parking lot should be provided especially around or toward the north side of the lot closest to Brush Creek Road. A landscape plan for this area should be submitted for review and approval at the time of Final PUD application. The Planning Commission had no recommendations concerning landscape design on Parcel 12 where the proposed employee housing would be located. Staff Recommendations - Landscaping: Staff does not disagree with the Planning Commission recommendations, but the review comments from the Town's Landscape Architect should be address with the submittal of the Final PUD. In addition, a tree mitigation schedule should be provided with the final landscape plan. Employee Housing Floor Area/ Mitigation: The Base Village Final PUD approval via Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004, indicates that 38,143 square feet of employee housing, or approximately 27% of the total employee housing mitigation requirement of 141,240 square feet, shall be provided at the proposed Club Commons II employee housing project, which still seems appropriate. The Applicant is also required to mitigate a total of 8,360 square feet of employee housing pursuant to the Snowmass Mountain Amendment Final PUD approval via Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, which could also be mitigated at the Club Commons II site. The current Sam's Knob Restaurant Special Review application which is currently under review by staff indicates that the "Aspen Skiing Company intends to provide that mitigation at Club Commons II. In addition, with the previous modified Sketch Plan for Club Commons II, the Applicant proposed to mitigate both requirements within two buildings containing four stories each. Summary allocation of space per current application with two, three-story buildings: 1. Square footage of employee housing within the dwelling units: 34,104 sq. ft. 2. Porch areas (first level only per floor area measurements): 1,053 sq. ft. 3. Interior Corridor circulation (Seasonal housing Bldg A only):2,379 sq. ft. 4. Stairways in both buildings (first level on per floor area calcs):513 sq. ft. 5. Ski Lockers in Building A: 622 sq. ft. 6. Storage closets off decks in Building B for permanent housing units:168 sq. ft. Gross floor area measured: 38,839 sq. ft. Minimum mitigation square footage within dwelling units would be: 34,104 sq. ft. With the current Preliminary Plan application, the Applicant now proposes two, three-story buildings similar to the original Sketch Plan application, mainly due to the Applicant's stated exorbitant cost of the underground parking. The Applicant proposes to mitigate 100%of the Base Village requirement allocated to the Club Commons site. In this case, the Applicant proposes 38,839 square feet of mitigation housing. However, Staff is not entirely in agreement with how the Applicant has calculated the mitigation housing, not necessarily how the floor area measurements were calculated per their revised floor area calculations submitted December 15, 2006 in the separate handout packet (i.e., different from the ones in Section 1 of the application notebook). The Applicant indicates per their letter that the Municipal Code in Section 16A-4-410(b) requires mitigation housing to be calculated pursuant to the floor area measurements in Code Section 16A-3-210(b). Staff does not necessarily dispute this statement, because the mitigation area needs to be determined by utilizing the methods on how floor area is measured per the Code. However, Code Section 16A-4-410(b) also states, "the total square footage for which the developer shall be responsible shall be provided in dwelling units (emphasis added)whose size shall be within the range of sizes described in Subsection (c), Size Ranges of Restricted Units" 8 e.g., for full-time employees, the unit size requirements are for studios from 448 to 550 s.f.; one-bedrooms from 550 to 750 s.f.; two-bedrooms from 750 to 1,000 s.f.; and three-bedrooms from 1,150 to 1,350 s.f.). For seasonal housing the requirement is 224 s.f. of private or jointly shared living area for each employee. The Applicant is meeting these size requirements for the various unit types. The Applicant's floor area calculations indicate areas outside of the dwelling units that were calculated, such as interior corridors, stairways, covered entryways, and porches/decks that the Applicant wishes to utilize as mitigation square footage. Staff believes this does not meet the spirit or the intent of the referenced Code Section above (i.e., provision of housing mitigation in the dwelling units) and this may not be fair to the Town or the Applicant in meeting the employee housing needs or demands. Some of the square footage calculated may be appropriate, as may be deemed appropriate by the Town Council, such as the lower level enclosed patios/decks and the ski lockers, for example, as these might be considered amenities to the livable area of the units. However, stairways, circulation hallways, and horizontal projections meeting the floor area calculation, but not the spirit or intent of providing employee housing "within dwelling units," probably should not count as mitigation housing. Below is a detailed breakdown of the total 4,735 square feet of area counted beyond the dwelling units sizes and that the Applicant proposes to include as mitigation housing square footage: Lower level enclosed patios/decks: Building A24 (8 x 88 s.f.) = 704 s.f. Building B12 (73+73+75+128) = 349 s.f. 1,053 s.f. Interior hallways or corridors: Building A24 (3 x 793 s.f.) 2,379 s.f. Building B12 (no interior halls) 0 s.f. 2,379 s.f. Lower level covered stairways (calced at 50% due to extended horizontal projections): Building A24 (2 x 136 s.f.) = 270 s.f. Building B12 (2 x 122 s.f.) = 243 s.f. 513 s.f. Storage spaces (separate lockers or storage units off the decks): Building A24 (2 x 311 s.f.— lower level) = 622 s.f. Building B12 (3 x [14+14+15+13]) = 168 s.f. 790 s.f. Planning Commission summary recommendations — Employee housing: 1) The application's unit mix seems appropriate given the Applicant's past success with similar unit mixes at Club Commons I. 2) This housing project should be restricted to, a) employees within the Town of Snowmass Village, b) employees within Pitkin County, and then c) other employees, such as but not necessarily limited to employees or students of profit or non-profit organizations provided they are not housed for short-term occupancy. 9 3) The addition of the recommended 4`h story levels on the two buildings is considered to be advisable for either seasonal or permanent housing with certain parking restrictions. 4) The type of units and tenants within the buildings or the recommended 4`h levels should be controlled as a means to match or coincide with the demand for seasonal or permanent housing during any given season. 5) If deemed permissible by the Town Council, there should be consideration of allowing additional employee housing mitigation for the site by interpreting certain square footage that would normally not qualify as mitigation square footage, in that enhanced livability such as the square footage within the interior corridor or circulation space, together with the first floor stairways and deck areas on the first levels, in efforts to buy down the incremental cost of constructing a recommended 4`h level of employee housing on the buildings, could also be utilized to mitigate the 8,360 square feet of Snowmass Mountain housing requirements per Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, and perhaps beyond this amount as a possible Community Purpose over and above the required mitigation square footage as to be determined as acceptable by the Town Council. 6) Separate from this application, a reassessment of the Municipal Code's employee housing mitigation square footage credits and the cash-in-lieu provisions ought to be considered to include other spaces for mitigation square footage that enhance the livability of employee housing units and to incorporate costs, in the cash-in-lieu formula, associated with amenities or common areas outside of the dwelling units that enhance the units, such as but not necessarily limited to underground parking, ski lockers, laundry facilities, recreation rooms, clubhouses, and additional floors for employee or mitigation housing that require elevators. Summary Staff Recommendations — Employee housing: Reference the Town Council Report Supplement (ATTACHMENT 3) for specific Staff Code language interpretations of the floor area calculations versus the employee housing mitigation calculations. Of the floor area calculations noted above for the spaces outside of the units, the lower level enclosed patios/decks and the storage spaces could be interpreted, if Council agrees, as qualifying as mitigation housing since these areas might be considered amenity type spaces for the dwelling units. However, in the spirit of the Code in providing mitigation housing in dwelling units, the square footage for the stairways and corridors totaling 2,892 square feet i.e., the equivalent of at least three nicely sized employee units) seems inappropriate to count as mitigation housing and does not appear to serve the needs or the housing demand for the Town or for the Applicant. The Council should also make a determine whether to credit the lower level deck areas of 1,053 square feet and the locker storage units of 622 square feet. See the supplemental report in ATTACHMENT 3 for further comments. Also, since the amount of mitigation housing was reduced from the last proposal (e.g., since the building were reduced from four to three stories), perhaps the maximum number of units within the larger long-term housing building for use by Snowmass Water and Sanitation District employees, which was previously accepted by Council as qualifying as mitigation housing, ought to be reduced from three units and two units. The reasoning before in accepted these units as mitigation housing was that those employees might then be removed from the priority lease list at the Town's Housing Department thus freeing up housing inventory in other areas of the Town for remaining full-time employees. 10 Lastly, if the fourth levels were added, it would likely mitigate the 8,360 square feet for the Snowmass Mountain application pursuant to Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005. The current Special Review application in process for the Sam's Knob Restaurant indicates this intention. Suggestions previously brought forth included that perhaps the fourth levels could be added, the lower levels made into garden level units to lessen the height variation impact, the parking be restricted for seasonal housing such as prohibiting vehicles for certain units, and that improved transit service be provided outside of the peak hours. Architectural Building Elevations/ Height Variations: Pursuant to Section 2 of the application notebook, about 15-17% of the buildings would be over the 41-foot height limit established for Parcel 12. The buildings would range from 42.7 to 44.7 feet above the lower finished floor level. This would take a simple-majority vote as the height variation meets the 50% rule (e.g., one-half of structural mass meeting the 41-foot height limit), but complies with the 75% rule (i.e., maximum of 71.75 feet). However, development outside of Parcel 12 would require a PUD Amendment or a rezoning with a possible height limit of 38 feet. On the other hand, a height variation in that scenario (e.g., a 38 foot limit with the proposed three stories) would probably meet the 50% rule, but unlikely for the Planning Commission recommended additional 4'h levels. The smaller Building B12 would be cut into the existing grade approximately 5-10 feet. The larger Building A24 would be situated primarily on fill with a finished floor elevation five feet higher than Building B12. Planning Commission summary recommendations — Building Architecture and Heights: The Planning Commission offered no recommendations concerning the architecture of the buildings. However, several findings of importance were made as follows: 1) Even though the current application proposes three-story buildings, it is recommended to add 4`h levels to the two buildings, an increase of 11 feet in height, for additional seasonal or permanent employee housing, to fulfill the mitigation requirements and demand thereof, and address the adequacy of parking provisions through an aggressive parking management plan. 2) Adding units or employee housing square footage by the addition of a recommended 4`h level to the two buildings is a more important issue for the community than the height variation issue. The site is a good location for employee housing with limited height impacts as further described in the findings below. 3) Pursuant to Section 16A-5-310(2), "Preservation of community character" under the Review Standards, the buildings' mass, scale and height of the development proposed for the PUD, with or without the recommended 4'h level, seems consistent with the standards of Section 16A-4-340, `Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character" under the Development Evaluation Standards, and compatible with the character of existing land uses in the area, which creates the impression that it might not adversely affect the development in the surrounding area, because of the following findings: a) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-340(c)(1), "Site integration," of the Municipal Code, the proposed structures seem to incorporate a plan design that avoids overwhelming the surrounding mountain environment because: i) The proposal minimizes the grading changes and complements the natural landforms; ii) The new buildings are designed to be set into the slope; and iii) The building massing is broken up or stepped along a slope to conform to the shape, aspect and scale of the natural terrain. b) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-340(c)(2), "Scale and mass," the proposed design of the buildings seem to convey the perception that the buildings are not monumental in scale, including its relationship to the scale of surrounding buildings, because: i) The character of the surrounding area within the immediate vicinity of the site has not changed and it still remains a good site for employee housing with or without the recommended 4`h level; ii) The scale, form and proportion of the proposed buildings relate to the prevailing surrounding buildings in the immediate vicinity of the site, considering that the three-story buildings or even the recommended 4`h level was represented by the Applicant as being less than the ridge line elevations of the buildings behind it to the south and up the hillside; iii) The buildings avoid the "wall" or "row" effect, due to the architectural relief illustrated in the elevations and are similar in design to Club Commons I, which seems acceptable; and iv) The design of the buildings respect human scale. 4) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-340(c)(5), "Views," the proposed buildings appear to create the impression that they are oriented to take advantage of views and view corridors, and to frame views and enclose open space, as it would still appear, being positioned far away from public roadways and at a low point of the valley, to convey the preservation of important sight lines, overlooks and landmarks as viewed from public roadways and other public spaces, and as viewed from neighboring developments. 5) The amended Municipal Code provisions in Section 16A-4-50(f), "Ridgeline Protection Areas" under the Development Evaluation Standards do not apply, as the site is not within a defined ridgeline protection area that is visible from Brush Creek Road, Owl Creek Road or the Town Community Park and is not at the crest or highest elevation of a ridge or hillside, or within fifty (50) feet of elevation, measured vertically, from the crest of a ridge or hillside. 6) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-300(c)(5) and (7), "Dimensional limitations," and "Standards for granting variations" under the General Restrictions, the proposed application requires height variations and meets the following height criteria: a) The proposed three-story buildings meet the rule that at least 50% of the structure for which the variation is sought, as measured utilizing the structure's footprint from existing grade and finished grade, conforms to the height limits of the underlying zoning parameters for Parcel 12, provided such building is located on Parcel 12 or if an amendment to the PUD is subsequently permitted to expand the boundary, land uses and development parameters into the impacted area on the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District site for the development to occur; and b) If a rezoning of the affected Snowmass Water and Sanitation District site is sought that has a height limit of 38 feet or if the buildings change to add the recommended 4`h level, then the buildings would likely exceed the height limit of the underlying zone 12 district by more than 75% triggering a super-majority vote of the Town Council, community purposes and the demonstration of "exceptional and special circumstances." 7) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-300(c)(5-7), "Dimensional limitations," Community purposes for PUDs," and "Standards for granting variations' under the General Restrictions, community purposes, and "exceptional and special circumstances" for the recommended 4'h level were not demonstrated at this time to the Planning Commission, and the Town Council should address appropriate or applicable community purposes, as needed, for the variations sought during their review and that the Applicant clearly and satisfactorily described as to why the height variations are necessary for the buildings in order to achieve the community purposes to be proposed, such as but not necessarily limited to the provision of employee housing square footage over and above the mitigation requirements or to develop necessary public facilities, as examples. 8) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-4-340, `Building design guidelines to preserve community character," the design of the new storage sheds proposed on Parcel 12 seem acceptable and would be a used for the purpose of housing golf course equipment currently stored outside on the site, as represented by the Applicant. Staff Recommendations — Building Architecture and Heights: Staff does not dispute the Planning Commission recommendations, provided the building are designed similarly or match the Club Commons I project. However, four-story buildings may be out of character with the other structures in the area. This would be the first four- story building in the Snowmass Club area outside of the Chapel proposal. Pedestrian Circulation: See the attached excerpt from the Snowmass Club Recreational Use Agreement dated June 2002 (ATTACHMENT 5). It appears that the 'winter road crossing' (i.e., for Nordic trail use primarily) on Clubhouse Drive still needs to be provided. Staff is unaware of any unsatisfactory positions by the Applicant or the Fire District that were presented to Council earlier for resolution. Also see the plans in the application notebook and the supplemental drawing in the separate handout for the proposed sidewalk/trail connections. Planning Commission summary recommendations— Pedestrian circulation: 1) As offered by the Applicant, the plans should incorporate the following items to encourage pedestrian safety and usage of the walkway segments between the Club Commons site and Brush Creek Road: a) The installation of additional pedestrian bollard lighting around the bend of Clubhouse Drive and the tees/putting greens located between the existing clubhouse, the proposed bus transit turnaround and the Club Commons site; b) The installation of additional pedestrian bollard lighting near pedestrian crosswalks, especially between the clubhouse, the transit turnaround and the Club Commons site; c) Extension of the sidewalks on Clubhouse Drive toward the west from the new bus turnaround and around the outside bend of Clubhouse Drive to create a seamless pedestrian connection between the Club Commons site, the transit turnaround and the existing walkway system leading to Brush Creek Road; 13 d) Maintenance of the snow removal for all walkways between the bus stop on Brush Creek Road, the Club Commons site and the transit turnaround; e) The installation of two street lights located at, 1) the southwest corner of Brush Creek Road and Clubhouse Drive, and 2) at the bus shelter near the pedestrian crossing of Brush Creek Road of which both should be designed to match the street light pole/fixture at Brush Creek Road and Horse Ranch Drive; f) Installation of directional/control signs where needed at the pedestrian crossings; and 2) The Applicant should review the lighting plan with the Town's Chief Building Official for conformance with the Lighting Ordinance No. 18, Series of 2003, at the time of construction drawing review and prior to issuance of a certificate of occupancy. Staff Recommendations — Pedestrian circulation: Pursuant to the Planning Commission recommendations, the Applicant should better illustrate the proposed pedestrian connections to the sidewalk along Clubhouse Drive and the proposed transit circle for both Club Commons I and II in the Final PUD submittal. Common amenities and a usable open space area for residents should be provided. There does not appear to be a location for outdoor entertainment, recreation or a safe area for children to play. The plan does, however, provide a trial connection to the golf course trail. As a suggestion or observation, it appears the Club Commons II site could be swapped with the maintenance site. Such a re-arrangement could cluster the Club Commons I and II together thus creating a more attractive pedestrian-oriented neighborhood next to established `green space' (e.g., landscaped berms/golf course) for the employee residents, while at the same time grouping the industrial-type, service uses in a separate, segregated area away from the residential area. Perhaps some of the parking in between the uses could then be shared. If proposed golf course maintenance sheds are being added (see separate handout packet for the plans), perhaps this is the time to re-consider the master plan layout for the impacted area. The maintenance site also sits approximately 10 feet lower that the proposed Club Commons II site, and therefore, adding a fourth level on the buildings may not be as noticeable from the surrounding areas, especially if the lower level were redesigned as garden level units. Traffic Impact Analysis MA) summary (submitted December 2006): Backoround: o Turning movement data was collected during the week prior to Christmas in December 2006. o Counts were collected in two periods during peak times (7-9 AM and 4-6 PM). Existing Traffic Conditions: Traffic flow during the evening peak hours was greater than the morning peak hours. Historic average daily traffic volume on Brush Creek Road near the Highline Road intersection is roughly 7,700 vehicles per day (1,700 vpd less than the 1996/97 levels), but the week before Christmas it is in the range of 8,600 vpd. The above figures suggest a conservative growth rate of 1% of future conditions. 14 The existing condition analysis indicates that all movements at intersections in the study area would operate at LOS C or better. The report notes that the new roundabout in the area has significantly improved operations and increased the capacity of that intersection. Existing Transit Conditions: The Snowmass Village shuttle system is busier in winter than in summer. Summer transit ridership is one-fifth of winter ridership. From historic data, Route 3 that serves the area averages about 1,100 riders per day during mid-March. 40% of the AM peak hour boardings along the route occurred at the Snowmass Club bus stop; 50% at the Snowmass Club Circle stop. During the PM peak hour, 50% of Route 3 boardings occurred at the Village Mall and 25% occurred at Two Creeks. Assumptions used for trip generation calculations: Employee housing generates fewer vehicle trips and more transit trips; The proposed 36 units would house 120 bedrooms (Note that the Base Village TIA indicated 30 units at the Club Commons II site in its projected trip generation table); Per the Applicant, 96 of these beds would be restricted to employees without vehicles; and Separate vehicle and transit trips were evaluated; 40%vs. 20% of the units were evaluated to determine the vehicle trips, as a conservative estimate; For units with employees that had vehicles, a rate of 1.5 trips per bed was used for daily trip generation (0.15 trips per bed in AM at 100% outbound; 0.2 trips in PM assuming 70% inbound and 30% outbound for night shifts) For units with employees that had no vehicles, a rate of 3.0 trips per bed was used for daily trip generation (0.44 trips per bed in AM; 0.62 trips in PM) It was estimated that each housing unit would house 3.3 employees on average (120 beds/36 units = 3.3 employees per unit) Site Trip Generation: A unit of employees with vehicles would generate 10 trips per day (3.3 employees x 1.5 transit trips per day+ 5 vehicle trips per unit = 10 total trips per unit). Assuming the 40% or 14 of the units that have vehicles, that would translate to 140 trips per day (vehicle and transit). The project represents less than 1% of the projected total traffic on the roadway system at buildout. For employees without vehicles, a rate of 3.0 transit trips per bed was used with assumption that 5 out of 7 of these employees would be working at any one time and assuming 75% of the work trips occur in the AM and 60% in the PM peak hours. Therefore, units filled with employees without vehicles would generate 10 trips per day as well (3.3 employees x 3.0 transit trips per day = 10 total trips per unit). Assuming that 80% or 28 of the units would not have vehicles translates to roughly 280 transit trips per day. When splitting the trip modes separately, the study projects 70 daily vehicle trips (35 inbound and 35 outbound) of which 6 trips occur in the AM and 9 in the PM peak hours; and 324 additional transit trips are projected of which 55 occur in the AM and 43 in the PM peak hours. 15 Trip Distribution: o 65% of the site trips are estimated to and from the Snowmass Village area and approximately 35%to and from Highway 82. Future Conditions - Conclusions: The traffic study estimates a 1% growth rate of traffic for future conditions. For future background conditions, all turning movements at all intersections would operate at LOS C or better. Assuming project buildout in future years, the study indicates that the road system would operate at an adequate level of service. Transit Impacts: Club Commons II would add 55 riders in the AM and 46 riders in the PM per the study. The Town shuttle routes affected include Route #3 (along Snowmass Club Circle with 15 minute headways) and Route #8 (along Brush Creek Road with 30-minute headways). The Town shuttle bus capacity is 35 persons (seating and standing). The Skico provides shuttle service between Club Commons I, the golf course clubhouse, and Snowmass Village. The report states that the Skico is committed to maintaining shuttle service for employees. The Applicant's shuttle services the peak hours only (four times per hour in the AM; once in the afternoon). The Applicant's shuttle bus capacity is 14 persons. The combined Town and Applicant shuttle service would provide the availability for 226 persons in the AM and 224 persons in the PM peak hours per the report. Planning Commission summary recommendations - TIA: 1) The "winter crossing" provision on Clubhouse Drive in the Snowmass Club Phase 11 Recreational Use Agreement dated June 26, 2002 should be deleted. 2) The Applicant's Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) should be modified to address the latest comments from the Transportation Department dated January 25, 2007 and from the Town's Traffic Engineer consultant dated January 31, 2007, and the updated TIA resubmitted in time for Town Council review and prior to action upon their resolution. Staff Recommendations - TIA: See the review comments from the Transportation Department and from the Town's Traffic Engineer (ATTACHMENT 6). The Applicant submitted an updated TIA as of February 22, 2007. It was referred to affected staff and consultants for review. Comments were requested by March 12. Fiscal Impact Analysis (FIA) Summary— Be advised that the Town's Finance Department is currently undergoing a review of the fiscal impact report for Club Commons II, and the Financial Advisory Board (FAB) is scheduled to review the report on March 14. Once received, review comments will be forwarded to the Town Council and the Applicant. In the interim, below is a summary of the FIA along with a few staff comments: Net FIA Overview: As is typical for stand-alone residential development, a negative fiscal impact for the Town is forecast as summarized below. The Base Village FIA accounted for 30 employee units at the Club Commons site. The analysis in the application accounts for over 80% of the impacts identified in the FIA. The net summary impacts are: 16 Projected revenues: 49,096 Projected expenditures:60,119 Net estimated annual deficit: $11,022 One-time capital cost: 1,186 (portion of police vehicle) The FIA states that the remaining impacts of the net increase of six (6) units proposed could adequately be covered by the Town's operating surplus generated by the entire Base Village project, estimated at $50,146 at the end of Phase 1 and growing to $564,708 at project buildout. Also, the capital needs could be offset by the $532,132 net surplus in one-time revenues RETT) generated at the end of Phase 1. See the fiscal impact analysis details below and on the subsequent pages. The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District expects to operate on a cost recovery basis via userfees. The project is expected to result in an estimated annual deficit of $11,048 for the Snowmass- Wildcat Fire Protection District mainly due to the need for a projected 0.2 emergency staff member. Per the Base Village FIA, even though estimated using 30 employee units at the Club Commons II site, the Fire District would operate in surplus of $32,700 at the end of Phase 1 and growing to $74,400 at project buildout for Base Village. Fiscal Impact Analysis (FIA) Details: The report mentions 124 bedrooms for the analysis, but the other parts of the application indicate 120 bedrooms proposed. The Applicant should clarify where the additional four bedrooms would be located on the plans, whether it is an adjoining manager's unit or another subterranean unit, for example. Methodologies used included, identifying extraordinary impacts, estimating ongoing and one-time revenues, estimating revenues and costs for other serving districts, utilizing the 2005 Town budget, case studies using a multiplier of property taxes based upon market value, deriving per capita costs or revenues, and the recovery of direct costs. A summary of the assumptions used in the FIA were that: o The market value of Club Commons II estimated at $3.76 million or$104,546 per unit; o All the residents of the employee housing were characterized as permanent residents for the analysis; however, most of the residents are seasonal, which trigger a greater need or demand for transit services. o The analysis assumes 3.4 persons per unit (or 123 people in 36 units) in 124 bedrooms; however, other parts of the application note 120 bedrooms. The alternative is a nominal change at 3.3 persons per unit (120 bedrooms/36 units). o The occupancy rate used is 100%for the employee housing project, but for calculating tax revenues, an average annual 73% occupancy rate was used assuming that 65% of the seasonal housing would be occupied year-round and 8% of the permanent housing would be 100% occupied. o The Base Village FIA addressed impacts related to 30 employee units at this site, and that this analysis measures the fiscal impacts of the 36 units and the net impacts of the increase of six (6) units from that previously analyzed. 17 A summary of the estimated revenue for the Town per the FIA are: o Per the estimated project value at buildout of $3.8 million and the General Mill levy fund of 0.744 mills, the project would produce $223 per year in new property taxes. o Annual average salary for the residents at the new complex is estimated at $22,880, based upon average $11 per hour wage over full-time equivalent of 2080 hours per year to analyze sales tax revenue. o It's projected that each resident would spend about 34.5% of their income on retail goods and services and that the Club Commons residents will spend $715,459 on retail goods and that 43% of that would be spent in Snowmass Village. o Based on assumptions above, the new residents would generate approximately 309,481 of taxable retail sales, which would in the end calculate to about $8,232 in annual sales taxes. o Based on the Town's mill levy of 5.0 mills that 70% is mainly used for roadway project, the project's assessed value would generate about $1,498 per year with roughly$1,049 transferred to the general fund for road projects. o No one-time revenues are anticipated. A summary of the estimated expenditures for the Town per the FIA are: The fiscal impact analysis projects an assumed 50% of the gross multiplier for an increase in expenditures for the Town Departments, except that 10% of Planning and Zoning will be cost recovered, and the Building Department will be 100% cost recovered. Note that the Planning Department costs related to project and plans reviews are typically 100% cost recovered. The preamble of the expenditure analysis section indicates that the parking costs were reduced by 50 percent to account for the higher transit ridership; however, there currently is no Town shuttle route serving Clubhouse Drive. The closest one is Route #8 off of Brush Creek Road and Route #3 off of Snowmass Club Circle, both about 0.2 mile or approximately two city blocks) from the Club Commons site. According to the FIA, the Police Department indicated that calls for service to the existing employee housing project were typical of other development in the Town. Police was analyzed using 2005 staffing levels with a 0.6 vehicle per officer rate. The FIA states that this ratio assumes that the Police Department should utilize other officer vehicles that are not typically on patrol, such as animal control vehicles. The FIA projects a need for approximately 0.1 officer or $7,571 for additional operating expenditures and $237 for replacement costs and $1,186 for approximately 0.05 police car. Total annual expenditures for the project are estimated at $60,119 and $1,186 for one- time expenditures per the Police Department projections above. Planning Commission summary recommendations - FIA: No recommendations were offered by the Planning Commission concerning the FIA results. However, the Planning Commission finds that pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-340(b)(12), "Fiscal impact," employee housing is not a fiscal revenue generator, but rather a "revenue facilitator" in that the Resort Operation as that principal revenue generator depends on available employee base and that conversely the Town relies heavily on employee housing to drive the tourist business. Therefore, the fiscal impact report as presented in the application seems adequate. 18 Staff Recommendations - FIA: Other than the comments provided above in the summary analysis, Staff is awaiting review and comment from the Finance Department and FAB. The FAB is tentatively scheduled to review the FIA on March 14. Summary and Evaluation of the FIA's transit/ bus program: Staff believes it would be valuable for the decision makers to read pages 14 and 15 of the application's FIA regarding the bus program. Also reference the latest Transportation Department comments (see ATTACHMENT 6 of this report). In summary, together with a few Staff comments, the FIA states that: The Skico provides shuttle service from the Club Commons site to the ski base area during peak times only (7-9 AM and 4-6 PM) during the ski season for work related trips. Staff finds that this type of service level appears to serve the needs of the Applicant more so than the needs of the employees. For non-work related trips, the Skico expects the employees to walk 0.2 mile (or the equivalent of two city blocks) to the nearest bus stop on Brush Creek Road or the one on Snowmass Club Circle. This might be difficult when carrying retail goods and groceries home, and if that is the case, then staff questions the 43% capture rate in calculating revenues in the FIA, especially for those residents who do not possess a vehicle or have to park off-site a few blocks away. The FIA projects no negative impact upon Town shuttle services. However, Staff points out that the reports indicate that the existing Town shuttle service could serve non-work trips. Without convenient transit service during non-work hours, Staff questions if the 43% capture rate could be achieved. It's anticipated that the Club Commons II residents by themselves could generate 16 additional transit riders in the morning peak hours and 22 riders in the afternoon peak hours. This is estimated to be approximately one-half of the riders from the Club Commons I project. The FIA states that these generation rates may underestimate transit ridership for the proposed project, given that the project will likely have more transit-dependent residents than is found elsewhere in the Town. Staff believes the latter is the case, because the ridership numbers supplied by the Applicant are based on a 45%or 60% generation rate per unit, not bedroom, during the peak hours. If utilizing bedrooms, the Transportation Department believes that the potential demand might be: 80 cars in Black Saddle lot at 1.8/car = 126 people (100 cars would be 180 people), plus Club Commons Phase 1 at 154 residents at 60% in the peak hour = 92 people, plus Phase II with 124 residents at 60% in the peak hour = 74 persons. Therefore, the total conservative demand might be closer to 292 passengers. Staff believes this is real transit dependency. The FIA states that the Skico is committed to providing its shuttle service for the additional residents from Club Commons II and to expand its service to accommodate growth of peak riders (i.e., assuming those residents need to get to and from work only). The proposed transit stop near the Club Commons site is viewed by the Applicant as addressing an existing deficiency and not as an impact created solely by the proposed Club Commons II project. 19 o Per the FIA, the Applicant believes that Town transit access to the employee housing is a planning issue that will need to be addressed in the future and that it is premature to evaluate its fiscal impacts as part of this review. However, Staff believes that more frequent shuttle service may be necessary in order to ensure that the project's estimated 43% capture rate is being achieved and to further restrict parking if additional employee housing is desired by adding a fourth level to the buildings. Planning Commission summary recommendations— FIA's transit/bus program: The Transportation Department should propose to the Town Council a program to redesign the transit routes in the vicinity, including the nearby Entryway area, based upon current transit ridership data. The Transportation Department should then propose to Town Council transit service options in the area utilizing a rearrangement or redesign of existing routes, adding new routes or a combination thereof that adequately serves the area. Fiscal impacts should subsequently be assessed based upon the results of these analyses. Staff Recommendations— FIA's transit/bus program: Reference the review comments from the Transportation Department (ATTACHMENT 6). Also see the comments above within the FIA's transit/bus program summary analysis. Air Quality Analysis: Summary of important points in the report include: PM10 emissions may include bulldozing, material transfer, haul trucks, and construction equipment traveling on dirty or unpaved roads. Since much of the new housing units will be fabricated off-site, PM10 emissions would be reduced. The air quality analysis states that in the most likely scenario, an underwater heat exchange system will be used, which eliminates the need for boilers and therefore reduces the potential for air pollution emissions. According to the report, the air quality modeling reveals that the impacts were below national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). The report states that, "odors during the dewatering and excavation process will be minimized by removing the pond sludge prior to dewatering." Staff understood that this had already occurred per other information presented in the application. The report mentions that no special control techniques are required, with the exception of a few mitigation techniques during construction such as frequent watering of surfaces, limiting the size of the disturbance area, and use of synthetic covers on areas not being actively used. Impacts from stationary sources are minimal. Planning Commission summary recommendations — Air Quality: 1) The Applicant should respond to the Town Department or agency review comments with the submittal of the Final PUD application or explain how such comments have been implemented or how they will be implemented. 2) A fugitive dust control plan should be filed with the Town even if an Air Pollution Emissions Notice (APEN) is not required by the State. Planning Commission summary recommendations—Air Quality: Staff agrees with the Planning Commission recommendations. 20 Solid Waste Disposal: A summary of the points in the report include: Seasonal employee housing building: Dedicated 150 s.f. trash room with recycling bins, ventilated and bear-proof. Permanent employee housing building: Detached trash enclosure adjacent to access drive to the same trash area for the seasonal housing. Trash per day per employee: 0.7 cubic yards Trash accumulation for project: 8.4 cubic yards per day or 58.8 cubic yards per week; Seasonal —6.7 cu. yds./day or 47.0 cu. yds./week Permanent— 1.7.cu. yds./day or 11.8 cu. yds./week Container provisions:Seasonal housing - Three, 3-yard containers; and Permanent housing —Two, 3-yard containers Pick up times: Two times per week as per Club Commons I Planning Commission summary recommendations—Solid Waste Disposal: None. It was found that the applicant met the applicable review criteria. Staff Recommendations—Solid Waste Disposal: The Public Works Department did not respond on the referred application. Public Works may have comments to offer during the Final PUD review stage. Otherwise, Staff has no comments to offer concerning solid waste disposal at this time. Energy conservation methods: Below is a summary of the energy conservations described in the application together with a few staff comments: Water-to-air heat pump system with submerged heat exchangers in a lake; Heat from the lake would be transferred to the buildings' thermal systems in the winter, and heat would be removed from buildings to the lake in the summer; The Applicant plans to utilize high insulation values in the roof and walls (R-49 and R-20); Double pane low E windows are proposed. Planning Commission summary recommendations— Energy conservation: None. It was found that the applicant met the applicable review criteria. Staff Recommendations — Energy conservation: It appears that the shading from the larger Building A for the seasonal housing will significantly affect the permanent housing and units in Building B. Further separation of the buildings is recommended which might also increase the amount of usable, functional open space for the residents. Utilities: The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (SWSD) submitted a letter dated September 12, 2006 indicating that the district is capable of providing potable water and sanitary sewer 21 service to the project (see the letter in the back of Section 8 of the application notebook). However, the letter points out that the "district does not currently have the infrastructure to serve all aspects of the submission." The Applicant will need to relocate lines and install facilities. A line extension agreement will be required for execution. The letter is fairly typical of the "capability-to-serve" letters received from SWSD. In a report dated May 16, 2005, the capacity of the Horse Ranch lift station was 217 EQR's with the expansion in 2000. There is a table in Section 8 of the application notebook explaining the EQR loading for each project in the vicinity together with the remaining EQR capacity. It is located behind the SWSD letter. The engineer for the SWSD indicated that with the design modifications to the flow leveling pond, the volume availability of the pond for the flow leveling to the filters is reduced, but that the need for this volume is less than needed before the expansion of the treatment plant to 3.2 MGD. It's reported that the reduction of the pond will not limit or reduce the capacity of the plant and that the depth increase for the pond would result in better aeration efficiency and water quality in the pond. Planning Commission summary recommendations - Utilities: None. It was found that the applicant met the applicable review criteria. Staff Recommendations - Utilities: No comment. Geotechnical Report: Summary of findings and recommendations below: Grading for the structures will involve cut depths between about 4 to 15 feet; The aeration pond's surface elevation is about 7930 feet with the pond embankments about 10 to 15 feet high on the north and east sides of the northern end of the pond; The subsoils 9 and 13 feet below the surface are mostly sandy clay fill; No free water was encountered in the recent borings in December 2003, but water was found in test boring on the west side of the pond between depths of 13 to 15 feet; The report recommends that the buildings be founded with spread footings bearing on the natural granular soils beneath the existing fill and clay, and that the fill and clay should be removed from below footing areas; Exterior footings and footings beneath unheated areas should be provided with adequate soil cover above their bearing elevation for frost protection; Fill depths range from 11 feet up to 17 feet. The existing subgrade should be cleared of loose material, moistened and compacted prior to the placement of any additional fill materials or pavement section; In total, the Applicant should adhere to the recommendations of their geotechnical report. Planning Commission summary recommendations — Geotechnical issues: The parking components within the proposed employee housing project, both on-site and off-site, should be completed concurrently with the balance of the housing development and comply with geotechnical or soils report requirements or recommendations. Staff Recommendations — Geotechnical issues: Staff agrees with the Planning Commission recommendation. 22 Brush Creek Impacts: The brief report provided in Section12 of the application notebook states that water quality enhancement and pre/post construction Best Management Practices (BMPs) through the use of the offsite ponds at the Snowmass Club Golf Course would minimize any degradation of surface water. The current conveyance of onsite flow is via storm sewer or sheet flow onto the golf course property. The runoff is then conveyed through a ditch and into a series of ponds within the golf course. It is felt that this conveyance of the onsite storm water will provide water quality before it is discharged into Brush Creek. The Applicant completed a more comprehensive version of a Brush Creek Impact Report during the review of the Snowmass Club Phase II project. Planning Commission summary recommendations— Brush Creek impacts: 1) Fuel spill containment construction detail(s) should be provided for review with the construction plan documents that incorporates and satisfactorily describes or illustrates an unregulated spill from the fuel tanks. 2) The Applicant should comply with State and local standards for fuel farms. 3) A Stormwater Management Plan and Erosion Control Plan should be reviewed and approved by the Town Engineer, and the State as needed. Staff Recommendations — Brush Creek impacts: Staff does not disagree with the Planning Commission recommendations. Construction Management Plan (CMP): The project is designed as a modular system that will move more than half of the construction activities (mostly interior work) to a controlled location; The modular units will be delivered to the site, craned into position and bolted together; Overall construction schedule is expected to reduce from 14 months to 7 months, due to the modular system, and the construction vehicles will be reduced by approximately two-thirds; Screw piles will be used in lieu of caissons, and precast foundation walls will replace poured in place stem walls and footings to reduce the number of concrete truck trips; The CMP states that the Applicant will coordinate with the Town to set appropriate construction work hours. The Municipal Code already states the required construction hours of 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Saturday, excluding legal holidays. If the Applicant desires certain exemptions, they should make their specific requests. The CMP states that a water truck will keep the exposed graded surfaces moist. The CMP also states that a construction traffic plan will be implemented for Town approval. Staff has yet to see such a plan. The Applicant has yet to update the CMP to address the Town's Environmental Consultant's comments (see ATTACHMENT 6 for the comments) but did respond in written to the comments (see ATTACHMENT 7 for the Applicant replies). Planning Commission summary recommendations - CMP: 1) The Applicant should respond to the Town Department or agency review comments with the submittal of the Final PUD application or explain how such comments have been implemented or how they will be implemented. 2) As stated in the Construction Management Plan, the Applicant will submit a construction traffic plan for implementation to the Town for review. This plan should be submitted with the Final PUD application for evaluation and approval by the Town Council at that time. 23 3) Certain refinements, modifications, or amendments to the Construction Management Plan should be allowed to be made in the future by the Town to mitigate impacts which were not apparent at the time of the application review. The Planning Director should be authorized to require amendments to the plan as determined to be reasonable and necessary to mitigate an unforeseen impact. The Applicant should either amend their plan accordingly or request that Town Council review the matter for final determination. Staff Recommendations - CMP: The Applicant should specify their requested exemption from the Code's construction hours at this time. Otherwise, Staff agrees with the Planning Commission recommendations. Rezoninq and re-platting information: Even though rezoning and platting information was deferred by Council on November 6 via Resolution No. 55, such material would have been helpful at this time for review because certain zone districts have certain limitations on development. For example, the lot frontage for a 'MF' zone district is 50 feet along a street, the height limit is 38 feet, the maximum FAR is 1:1, and has a minimum lot area of 3,000 square feet plus 1,500 square feet per bedroom and 500 square feet for each additional bedroom per dwelling unit. This would require a lot size for Club Commons II alone of 99,000 square feet or 2.27 acres (3,000 s.f. + [1,500 x 36 units] + [500 x 84 additional bedrooms]). The impacted site area for Club Commons II is projected at 5.2 acres. However, a proposed lot for Club Commons II site alone would not meet the frontage requirement for a possible 'MF' zone district. The Municipal Code does not permit re-zoning to 'PUD'. Parcel 12 is zoned 'PUD' with certain development parameters (see ATTACHMENT 4), but the portion proposed for development on the SWSD site is zoned SPA-1 and requires rezoning, whether it be 'MF' or an amendment to the existing PUD. The proposed land exchange does not automatically transfer zoning from Parcel 12. Planning Commission summary recommendations — Rezoning and Replatting: 1) The Town Council should consider amending the Future Land Use Map in the Comprehensive Plan in consideration of the proposed land use exchange. 2) Rezoning or amendments should be accomplished for the affected properties at the time of Final PUD. 3) The subdivision exemption and/or final subdivision plats should be accomplished during the Final PUD review, including appropriate easement grants. 4) Given the site is a good location for employee housing, the buildout designation for this site ought to be amended by ordinance to reflect the additional employee housing units as may be determined to be acceptable as mitigation or additional housing for approval by the Town Council. Staff Recommendations — Rezoning and Replatting: Staff agrees with the Planning Commission recommendations. 24 ATTACHMENT 3 TC Report Supplement 03-05-07 Town Council Report Supplement What floor area is calculable for the purposes of computing the amount of mitigation square footage being provided by the Club Commons II project? In order to compute the mitigation floor area amount for full-time housing, you need to refer to Section 16A-4-410(b), Square Footage Per Employee, which states: For that number of employees required to be housed in restricted housing, as determined in Subsection (a)above, the developer shall be responsible for the creation of a total square footage equal to four hundred forty-eight(448)square feet as measured in Section 16A-3-210(b), Measuring Floor Area)for each employee to be housed. The total square footage for which the developer shall be responsible shall be provided in dwelling units whose size shall be within the range of sizes described in Subsection (c), Size Ranges of Restricted Dwelling Units. The unit mix and methods ofproviding housing shall be determined as described in Section 16A-4-420, Methods of Complying With Requirements. Emphasis added) 1. Section 16A-3-210(b), Measuring Floor Area. This section of the Municipal Code applies throughout the community and basically states that the floor area within all levels of a building with a ceiling height greater that 5' — 6" is included unless specifically excepted within that section. Using this section of the Code, the Applicant, therefore, needed to exclude the following items in calculating the floor area of each building: a. Above grade decks and covered on-grade decks (except for certain partially enclosed ground level decks) are only included as calculable floor area by the square foot amount greater than 12%of the total building square footage. For this reason, only the first level decks that are partially enclosed by fencing are included as calculable floor area (1,053 sq. ft. total — 704 s.f. in Building A24 and 349 s.f. in Building B12). The remaining deck area (2,106 sq. ft. total — 1,408 s.f. for Building A24 and 698 s.f. for Building B12) was excluded; b. Elevator shafts and stairs are included on the first floor that they originate from only. Only 793 sq. ft. of corridor/elevator space and 270 sq. ft. of stairways or horizontal covered projections in Building A24 and 243 sq. ft. of covered stairways or horizontal covered extensions in Building B12 qualified as calculable while 700 sq. ft. of upper level stairwells and elevator shaft areas in Building A24 and 944 sq. ft. of upper level stairwells in Building B12 were excluded; c. Mechanical or service space (978 sq. ft. total — 810 sq. ft. of mechanical/trash space in Building A24 and 168 sq. ft. of mechanical closets on the decks in Building B12) was excluded; 25 d. Per Municipal Code Section 16A-3-210(b)(2)c, for storage exclusions states, "In multi-family unit and dormitory buildings only, areas designed and used as storage which do not have direct access to a dwelling unit, not to exceed five percent (5%) of the total proposed floor area of the unit for which the storage is intended." As the separate 622 sq. ft. of locker storage units in Building A24 exceed 5%of the dwelling unit sizes, they should count as part of the floor area; The total of 168 sq. ft. of storage closets on the patios/decks in Building B12 are below 5% of the dwelling unit sizes but should count since directly accessed from the units; and e. Subgrade parking areas are excluded (Note: no longer proposed with this application). The total calculable square footage of both buildings is determined at this time to be a total of 38,839 sq. ft. —26,463 in Building A24 and 12,376 sq. ft. in Building B12. 2. Computing mitigation square footage. Section 16A-4-410(b) (for full-time housing) states: 'The total square footage for which the developer shall be responsible shall be provided in dwelling units...". Dwelling unit is defined as "any building or portion thereof, used exclusively for residential occupancy, that contains living facilities, including provisions for sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation, and is intended for occupancy by a family and its guests, independent of other families or guests..." Section 16A-4-410(d) (for seasonal employee housing) states: To ensure that the size of the housing contributed by a developer for shared living accommodations is appropriate, each building shall provide two hundred twenty-four (224) square feet of private or jointly shared living area for each employee being housed."(Emphasis added) In interpreting the Code, Staff is of the opinion that the mitigation square footage for full time units should be provided within the dwelling unit(s) and that seasonal housing should include only the private or jointly shared "living" area within the "pod". The stairs, elevator, circulation, decks and storage square footage technically should not be included in determining the square footage credited to an employee housing project being provided as mitigation housing. The problem with "strictly' applying the code is that it does not afford any incentive for the provision of interior access to units, laundry rooms, additional storage area for the occupants and other amenities that improve the quality of the project to the benefit of the employees. It is, however, believed that whether or not to include the total of 2,892 sq. ft. of covered stairs, elevator and circulation space (2,649 sq. ft. in Building A24 and 243 sq. ft. in Building B12) as part of the mitigation credit applied to this project should be affirmed by the Town Council. The same applies to the first floor deck areas of 1,053 square feet and the locker storage units of 622 square feet. 26 ATTACHMENT 4 TC Report 03-05-07 PARCEL 12 SNOWMASS CLUB PUD EXISTING LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT PARAMETERS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE IF NEEDED) EXHIBIT A TC Ord. 02-03 e Conference Center can be operated for the following use Page 6 of 7 a. Civic Or Lion events and meetin b. Villas related confe oups. C. or Private functions with valet parking F. Parcel 12, Snowmass Club PUD 1. Parcel 12 is a re-plat of parcel 12 of the Snowmass Club Subdivision PUD containing a total of 4,214 acres of land, more or less. The Restricted Housing Complex, known as Club Commons, is deed restricted under the Employee Housing Restriction document The parcel also contains the Golf Maintenance Facility. 2. Parcel 12 is accessed from the north and south entrances of Clubhouse Drive. Access will be maintained by SCA. Winter use of Parcel 10 may restrict access from the North entrance of Clubhouse Drive as provided for in the Snowmass Club Phase II Subdivision Improvement agreement. Additional restrictions may be allowed pursuant to any special events and festival easement agreements with the TOSV. Access from the South entrance will be year round provided by Easement agreements between SCA and the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (SWSD). 3. Restricted Housing: Lot Size: Refer to Employee Housing Restriction document. Permitted uses: Restricted Housing, Property Management offices. Number of Units: 61 0 N NNumberof Bedrooms: 154 r ° ` 9 Total Unit S.F.: 39,559 square feet more or less. m toto aao Building Site Coverage: 16683 square feet more or less. Open Space Percentage: 79.8 percent more or less U Maximum Building Height: 41 feet above finish grade Required Parking: 64 spaces.6 Parking Surface Area: 22,200 square feet more or less gig N 6 EXHIBIT A TC Ord. 02.034.Golf Course Maintenance Facility Page 7 of 7 Lot Size: Refer to Employee Housing Restriction document. Permitted uses: Maintenance Facilities, Offices and Repair Shops, Fuel Farm, Storage. Building Site Coverage: 13,340 square feet more or less. Open Space Percentage: 86.8 percent more or less Building Height: 21 feet above finish grade Required Parking: 16 spaces Parking and Maintenance Surface Area: 15,200 square feet more or less ro coo SILVIP ATTACHMENT 5 TC Report 03-05-07 EXCERPT FROM THE SNOWMASS CLUB RECREATIONAL USE AGREEMENT REGARDING THE WINTER ROAD CROSSING" PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE IF NEEDED) Provided, however, the winter use trails shall each year be generally as comprehensive and consistent with the trail alignment for the 2001-2002 winter season. 4. Winter Road Crossin.Q. SCA shall allow TOSV to maintain a twenty foot wide portion o lubhouse Drive as a winter road crossing, including markers adjacent to the crossing to identify its location. The crossing shall be located generally in the mid-point of the portion of Clubhouse Drive between Brush Creek Road and the clubhouse parking lot entrance. SCA shall place removable bollards within Clubhouse Drive at the Brush Creek Road entrance and in a location directly North of the clubhouse parking lot entrance during the times when the winter road crossing is in place. These road crossing operations are subject to review by SCA, TOSV and the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire District not earlier than one year after the effective date of this winter use license. If such continued operations are unsatisfactory to any of the above named parties, TOSV staff may refer the issue to TOSV Town Council for resolution. SCA agrees to cooperate with any such resolution provided that such cooperation does not cause SCA to incur any additional costs nor cause any damage to the golf course and its improvements. 5. No Conveyance. SCA does not hereby convey to TOSV any right, title or interest in or to the Property but merely grants the License as set forth herein. SCA, for its successors and assigns, excepts and reserves all rights not expressly granted to TOSV hereunder, including without limitation, the right to use and enjoy the Property, including the land beneath and the airspace above, for all purposes that do not unreasonably interfere with the License granted hereunder. Use of the Property pursuant to this License shall not unreasonably interfere with the use of the Property by SCA. 6. No Improvements; Limitations on Uses. TOSV and its invtees may use the area subject to the License solely for trails for pedestrians, skiing, and other on-snow non-motorized uses, including snowshoes and sleds. TOSV and its invitees shall be prohibited from operating horses, mountain bikes, snowmobiles, snowcats or any other motorized equipment except for trail setting and maintenance purposes. TOSV shall be prohibited from storing or parking any equipment, vehicles or material within the area subject to the License except in areas, if any, designated by SCA in its sole discretion. Except for the grooming vehicle storage area described below, TOSV shall not construct, erect or place on the area subject III III(IIIIII1IIIII IIIICIIIITII IIIIIIII11111111111110 469 1880gz.szP Page 3 of 10 ATTACHMENT 6 TC Report 03-05-07 REFERRAL AGENCY REVIEW COMMENTS bluegreen 346 south spring at. I suite 202' aspen.Colorado 61611 t 67e 429$499 1 t$76 429 9499 to Chris Conrad—Town of Snowmass Village from Sheri Sanzone/Brian McNellis date 7 December 2006 project name Town of Snowmass Village Landscape Architect subject Club Commons II - Preliminary Plan Application copyto Project Files Response to Code Section 16A-5-340 Preliminary Plan Review Note: The following comments are only specific to landscaping standards contained within the above stated Code Section. b) 1) Response to sketch plan issues and concerns. Has the applicant provided detailed, sufficient and appropriate responses to each of the issues identified during sketch plan review? Our previ tteouslysubmid sketch plan comments entailed the following: e applicant is encouraged to provide space that can be used by the future tenantas for outdoor activ' e pplicant should be requested to provide this existing condition information on the provided te plan. The proposal siwiltresult in very stee Iles on onions of the berm that will not re-vegetate and screening that will not successfully so en views of the proposed project. The applicant has provided an Ooen Space map representing the space dedicated to landscaped areas"and"drives/parking". It does not appear that an of these area can be considered adequate as outdoor activit areas for future tenants. A though the p lean as prove a an existing condition map, it does not show existing vegetation. 4Thisinformationwillbenecessarytodeterminethenumberofmauretreesthe applicant will be required to replace elsewhere on the property. Finally, the applicant has provided a schematic landscape plan with proposed plant species. It is our determination that the Club Commons will be quite visible and the submitted planting plan will not sufficiently screen the ul ings. a app icant should provide more mature evergreen tree species along the fagade o e ul ing to so en e appearance of the architecture. sketch Plan conditions of approval specific to the landscape are as follows: an 3sca screening and buffering design techniques that include tall coniferous trees around the building complex and from Highline Road (should be included). Club Commons 11 Referral Comments P.1 A pedestrian sidewalk links a with crosswalks must be provided to the existing wa <way system on the Club Commons I site and to Clubhouse Drive. The applicant should coordinate with the adjacent SWSD to create a more natural appearing, park-like replacement pond wit perimeter landscaping, including the provision of a landscaping buffer between the proposed housing project and the pond that demonstrates compliance with Municipal Code Section 16A-4-320. Landscaping, grading, and other design standards. As mentioned above, more can be done to achieve a standard of lantin with native vegetation around the buildings to screen the archite ure. a app Icant has provided the sidewalk linkage and crosswalk as requested. The appplicant could do more to provide a "park-like" landscape, especially between the proposed smg and-the pon3 urrent y, a eslgn Is linear in nature. Species should be clumped to reflect a more natural growing pattern. The applicant has not shown the extent of existing vegetation nor a mitigation plan for such disturbance. This should be provided rior to su mission for Final Plan Review submission: This area should be defined and approved by planning sta prior to Final Plan Review submission. The applicant has provided a plan for the storage of materials on site during construction. 5)Landscaping and open space. Is the type, amount, size, species, and location of proposed landscaping adequate and suitable for the development?Has adequate landscaping been provided as a buffer between uses and around the perimeter of the development?Has the applicant demonstrated that existing vegetation and trees on the site that should be protected will be so protected? Which specific areas of the site will be designated as open space; what is the proposed size, use and landscaping of each area? What are the preliminary plans for the homeowner's association or condominium association to maintain said open space? The species and types of vegetation proposed are appr_oprri_a_te for hardiness Zone 3. The applicant is roposing an ade uate num er o rees fFowever, it is suggested that these Atbeclumpedinamore"natural" manner, which may require that more species be adder o t e plan. The applicant has proposed a native grass mix for the area surrounding the pon . It Is recommended that the applicant consider planting more native riparian grasses and shrub species that will soften the edge of the pond. The applicant has not provided an existing conditions survey for vegetation and therefore has not provided a protection plan for mature trees or groundcovers. The applicant has provided an open space map which defines two type of sub-areas; landscaped areas and drives/parking. The sizes of these areas are unclear and no plans or information was provided regarding the future maintenance of these areas. 6) Natural hazard areas. What is the site specific location of characteristics of any geologic hazards, steep slopes, flood plains, and similar hazards on the property? Will any of these natural areas pose a potential threat to life or property?Ifso, what specific measures will be employed to avoid, minimize, or mitigate these dangers? There are steep slopes in excess of 30 percent within the proposed development area. Most of these slope areas are directly associated with the embankment of the pond which will be modified by its reclamation on the north side. The steep embankment to the northeast of the existing water treatment facility will be stabilized with a retaining wall should a verified by a structural engineer. Remaining "stee "slo a areas are minimal and typically man-made. These areas are not-foreseen as a hazard to eve op . 7) Natural Resource areas. What is the site specific location and characteristics of any wildlife habitat areas, riparian areas, wetlands and other valued natural features on the property? What are the anticipated impacts of the proposed development on these Club Commons If Referral Comments p2 features?Has the proposed development been designed so it will comply with the standards of this Development Code that apply to these natural resource areas? There are existing wetlandc associated with the drainage to the east of the development site. The applicant should take all precautions to assure that siltation resulting from development on the property will not adversely impact this natural resource area. No other natural hazards impact the site. The parameter of the existing sanitation pond will be reduced. It can be assumed that due to the functionality of the pond and proximity of surrounding development, the site does not contain any critical wildlife habitat. However, planting riparian vegetatio' roun a periphery of the and im rove water qua i an encourage wi 1 e y m e area. 8) Grading and drainage. What is the extent of soil and vegetation disturbance planned for the site?How will disturbed areas be stabilized both during construction and following the completion of the project? Where will excavated material be stockpiled? Will any retaining structures be employed, and if so, what will be there design specifications and materials?How will storm water be handled both during construction and following completion of the project? Although it is assumed that much of the material excavated for development will be used for reclamation of the pond area, this has not been specified by the applicant. The applicant has delineated areas were siltation fencing will be placed. It is recommended that siltation fencing be placed along the entire eastern boundary of the s e as represen a to avol any po en la impacts to the existing wet an s. e) t)Landscape plan. A detailed landscape plan, depicting the type, amount, size, species and location of all plant materials, with a planting schedule. The plan shall also include conceptual irrigation plans for landscaped areas if applicable. The plan shall show the locations of all existing trees with a trunk circumference of fourteen (14) inches or more measured four and one-halffeet above the ground and shall indicate which trees are proposed to be removed. Where large groves of trees are to remain undisturbed, single trees need to be located. A landscape plan has been provided by the applicant that shows the number, type, and location of vege ation within the proposed development. It does not detail jpp concepts or specify the location existing treespecies. This information should be MVMreTprior to Ina an eview su mission. k) Open space map. A map shall be submitted showing all areas to be designated as common open space and the proposed use of each common open space area, including size of each area in acres and the size of the total common open space in acres and as a percentage of the total site. In addition, the type, size and general location of the planting and other screening techniques to be used in the perimeter buffer area shall be shown on this map and the landscape plan. An Open Space rn Chas been provided but it does not indicate w r not desl natea o ens ace areas are common or a Ica ed. Total acreage of these individual areas are not delineate (the previous app ication estimated that 85 percent of the land is open space). The landscape plan does indicate locations of plantings. This information should be provided prior to Final Plan Review submission. n) Clearing, grading and drainage plans. A detailed report identifying plans for clearing, grading and drainage including: 1. Limits of clearing. The location and defined limits of all clearing and/or removal of vegetation cover. 2. Grading plan. Existing and proposed grades at a contour interval of two (2) feet or less, based on field survey controls, including location with proposed grades and elevations for all buildings, roads, walks, storm sewers and other drainage structures and devices, retaining walls and other Club Commons 11 Referral Comments P.3 landscape features. The plan shall provide designs for sediment control devices to be employed, including specifications of how graded areas will be stabilized and revegetated after construction is completed. Any changes from the grading and drainage plan submitted with the sketch plan shall be described. The extent of clearing or re-grading is not shown on any of the site maps. This information be rovi ed an approve prior o lFFffgManRevsubmission. The applicant has provided a grading map that depicts proposed drainage rou"es-_M3ZCQf he drainage on site will be drained to settling ponds on the adjacent golf course via suEsu"urMce storm wa er Ines. The applicant has prove ed a plan for containment of sedimentation. A siltation fence should be extended along the entire eastern boundary of the project site to avoid the siltation of the adjacent wetlands. Retaining areas have been detailed in the submitted site plan. q) Geologic report A report evaluating geologic and soils conditions, including: 1. Potential geologic hazards. A site specific analysis of the geologic characteristics on, or in the vicinity of the site that could have a significant impact on the proposed development shall be conducted. It shall be prepared by a geologist or engineer who is qualified to map and evaluate geologic hazards and to assess their potential impacts on the development. It shall discuss any recent activity associated with the geologic hazards and shall provide an expert opinion as to the degree of severity of the potential geologic hazards. It shall also include recommendations as to how the development will avoid or mitigate any dangers posed to life or property from these hazards. 2. Soils study. A study prepared by a qualified professional describing existing surface and sub- surface soil characteristics on the site, and evaluating the suitability of such soils for the planned construction. A geologic and soils study was conducted by HP-Geotech. This report identifies potential geologic concerns and gives recommendations regarding development on within the geologic constraints of the development site. There does not appear to be any major geologic hazards or concerns within the development area. r) Brush Creek impact report. A site specific analysis shall be prepared for lands within the boundaries of the Brush Creek Impact Area, and for lands located outside of the Brush Creek Impact Area whose development is determined to have the potential to impact Brush Creek and its associated riparian habitat. The analysis shall be prepared to comply with the provisions of Section 16A-4-30(d), Brush Creek Impact Report. It appears as though the site is well within the Brush Creek Impact area. A report specific to this designation was not included wit In t e app lca ion and should be provided prior to Final Plan Review submission. If a Brush Creek Impact report has not been submitted for the Sanitation District site, we recommend this be provided as well. Dischar a of treated wa er into Brush Creek should be evaluated to assure that no a verse ecological impacts will occur to this natural resource. Club Commons 11 Referral Comments p.4 DUNLOP ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING, INC. Environmental and Public Health Planning for the Future November 23, 2006 Thomas S.Dunlop President Town of Snowmass Village Jim Wahlstrom, Sr. Planner PO Box 5010 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Club Commons II Employee Housing Project–Preliminary Plan Application Dear Mr. Wahlstrom: This review contains some of the exact language presented in my reports dated December 23, 2003 and October 3, 2005. I purposefully left some narrative the same, but with added updates prompted by the Preliminary Plan Application. At the request of the Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV), Dunlop Environmental Consulting, Inc. was asked to perform a review of the Club Commons II Employee Housing Project, Preliminary Plan Application. The focus of this assignment is to review the environmental impact of the project during the construction phase and beyond. There appears to be conflicting information in the ap lication. A discussion in the submittal identifies ii total of 36 living units. The cover memorandum from the TOSV ^ ,- mentions a total of 32 units. In Section 1 of the app ication the project overview declares ere will be 120 bedrooms. In Section 1,Preliminary Development Plan Part 4, there is mention that erei"rarea total of 96 bedrooms. Clarification is needed to properly assign eU4 environmental health impacts. However, it is not antic ierwll be significant increase or decrease of impacts given the numbers are relatively close. A portion of the development will occur on land under control of the Snowmass Club Associates, with the remaining development taking place on what is now a section of pond used as part of the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District's tertiary waste water treatment process. The pond will be divided into approximately two aleections. The parcel committed to this ou'singpF6Jec"twMi Cied'ewatered,Mill material will be hauled in to create a suitable location for supporting a building. A site visit was made to the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (SWSD) Office on December 10, 2003. Kit Hamby, SWSD Manager met with me and conducted a walking tour of the proposed development area. In keeping with the narrative in the submittal Mr. Hamby pointed out changes that will have to occur in order for the employee housing units to be built. In general terms, capacity of the existing pond is necessary to maintain flow leveling" oror sminimization of treated effluent prior toentering the waste water filtering"` process. This proposaewillrequire restructuring of the existing pond to accommodate treatment needs. A second site visit was made November 23, 2006 to Post Office Box 6289 • Snowmass Village,Colorado 81615 USA • Office and Fax (970) 923-4820 0 pri.t d ov m-Yded paper clearly understand the impacted area. No one accompanied me on this latest visit. As was stated by the applicant at a December 15, 2003 public meeting with Town Council and Planning Commission, the State of Colorado requires a 100 foot separation between the and and dwellings. In a conversa'oonDec23, 2003 with t e ruzzi o t ie C oWater Qualit ntrol Division-Permits Section, he confirmed certain setback requirements between dwelling units and waste water treatment plant components. The intent and support logic for such setbacks is to minimize odors and aerosol drift of treated effluent impacting residential=nits. stan ar s descn ed in Water Quality Control Division Policy WQSA-7 offers a number of situations requiring differing setbacks. The applicant states in this application, "The required 100'separation between the leveling pond and housing will be maintained. " As design is finalized it is recommended encroachment within the 100 ft setback not occur for reasons st` ate .' lip Air Quality: Air quality impacts will be greatest during the construction phase ofthis project. The applicant correctly states t a State of Colorado--NiirTollutant Emission Notice (APEN) and a construction 1Wmit wdll not be required Requirements for such a permit is t ire r project must involve 25-acres or greater and last longer than 6-months. Club Commons II will involve 5.15 acres with not more than 3.1 acres disturbed at any one time, and will last less than 6 months according to the application Although, in Section 13,p.2 ofthe construction management plan, construction is scheduled for completion at 7-months. , While the APEN is not required, it is recommended a—s a con ition o approval that a fugitive dust control plan be submitte . e form for this plan can be obtained" n on-lifi-e at D rwww.cdi3he.state.co.us/ap/station77.7tn-A . Once completed the dust control plan should 4$,,.it be submitted to the TOSV for monitoring and enforcement. This p l -eTie' ''} tw corrective actions=hat be taken unng" ostruction should windblown dust offsite become a problem. The proposal calls for use of an underwater heat exchange system to heat the buildings. If this can be accomplished no boiler system will be needed. Post construction emissions PA- from boiler(s)will therefore not bean issue. If boilers are needed proper permitting will 04"144 be required through the Colorado Air uali _ C trol Division. Earlier reviews of this project discussed the need to ren;ove sludge.from the bottom of the "leveling"pond serving the SWSD facility. Concern was expressed about odors that might emanate from the pond during the dewatering and sludge removal operation. Slud a removal took lace in Au ust 2006 using a process that did not involve draining e pond (although draining a portion ofthe pond must still occur). No odor coin laints were ret i ier d with e°'iffier the S or e to my ow edghere rem nsa opportunity for odor generation once the pond is drained to begin fill-into create the of ahonfor u Commons II. If odors are generated a meeting is recommended between the Town and SWSD to deve op a strategy to a ress ematter. Aproactive response is suggested if the threat of odor release is still a possibility. The State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division maintains authority to apply the State Odor Law to any situation genera mg Mors a excee standards under Armor of ution egufa ion 2. The gist of this regulation is that if odor complaints are registered there is a legislative response that can 2 be used to investigate and enforce the standard if it is exceeded. However,the reality of a State inspector visiting the site in response to a complaint, in my estimation and experience, is minimal. Therefore, odor complaints will probably be directed to the TOSV for response. In order to enforce egu ation 2 the inspector must a certified by ( (y4k Stafe"-oT°Co ora o to use a device designed to measure the strength of odors. In other words, there is no one in the immediate area that I am aware of that is certified to O determine compliance with this State law. Response decisions Will most likely be based on quality of life determinations such as a nuisance complaint. Noise: Noise generated during the construction phase may also become a problem for nearby residents. It will be important for the applicant to become familiar with the TOSV standards in the Municipal Code and the Building Code when designing work schedules. Asa reminder construction can occur_between 7:00am_and 6:00pm Monday throu kgi Saturday. Interior w""or on buildings outside o the a ove mentlone3hours and not generating noise in excess ofthe TOSV standard has been allowed. Hazardous Waste: The construction management aplandoesnotaddressfuelstora and management-of yothersuchmaterialduringconstructron. It rs recommence as a co°n"drtiono aiPP that a storage and spill containment plan be required prior to exc on.. k Relocation of the existin fuel farm is also discussed. Proper closure practices including documFn'tea remediation for the abandoned fuel storage and fueling area should be a_ condition of=rro„vall Pr, eicdesrgn,permitting and innstairatioToe new fuel farm ss o e acoin ition of approval. Storm Water: Loris and Associates proposes site runoff can be managed without installation of detention ponds. The use storm sewers and sheet flow onto the golf course property where the water will enter existing offsite ponds on the golf course is proposed. No additional comments or suggestions are recommended at this time. A Storm Water Moment plan is mentioned, but was not included in the Preliminary an Application. This concludes this review of the application. Should you have further questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Thomas S. Dunlop, REHS C:TOSV.Club Commons 1111/23/06 3 Jim Wahjstrom From: David Peckler Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 9:20 AM To: Jim Wahlstrom Cc: Chris Conrad; Hunt Walker Subject:RE: Club Commons II -TIA update Jim, Y' t'2•f'E'•C1'7 ' G ALT'S -T7E'.egi F"IG-. zJAU The memo is fairly accurate about my conversation with the traffic engineer. I do take issue with one point. In the revised report under the section on Transit Impacts, page 17, it talks about a total capacity of three service routes being 266 persons in rhP morning Deak and 224 persons in-f. e aTiftternoon. " I told the traffic engineer that this sta emen is m s ea zng ecause there are already_ passengers using our services, so there isR7 t e Burp us capacity as suggested bX the stWCi?wEr .. Thee rreesu or i—Ehememo is accurate. At some point we need to ave Council and the applicant land whether the Town will be extending transit service to the project on a regular basis. A question for you is whether the statement by the applicant that the Base Village application references the Club Commons development as part of their Fiscal Impact and employee housing mitigation. If it does, then some of the revenue from Base Village can be applied to offset transit service costs to expend/create a route that gets to Club Commons. If the ASC wants to propose the Town supplementing/replacing services as an enhancement to their service to the three referenced activities (Black Saddle parking, club Commons Phase 1 and Club Commons Phase 2, ) then a subsidy relative to their savings may be acceptable to Council to provide fixed/demand responsive service from the Town. David original Me rom: Jim Wahlstrom ent: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 4:58 PM T David Peckler Subj t: FW: Club Commons II - TIA update David, Is the attach memo consistent w/ your discussion w/ Applicant' traffic engineer. Jim Original Message--- From: Vogele, Mark R. (mailt -mvogele@aspensnowma .com] Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2 7 3:53 PM To: Jim Wahlstrom Cc: Schuster, Don; VanMoorsel, Gert Subject: RE: Club Commons II - TIA upd e Here's what I got. This memo based on disc sions with Dave Peckler. Mark Vogele Project Manager Aspen Skiing Com y P.O. Box 1248 Aspen, CO 8 2 970 .925.1 0 main 970 .92 . 759 direct 970 . 9 .5019 cell 9 .923 .8753 fax vogele@aspensnowmass.com 1 Page 1 012 Jim Wahlstrom From: David Peckler Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2006 11:49 AM To:Hunt Walker Cc:Chris Conrad; Jim Wahlstrom Subject: RE: Analysis Of Funding From Base Village For Club Commons Hunt, Council had shown interest in bus service to Club Commons. This was brought up in Sketch review of Club Commons Phase 11. 1 made Council aware that we are already getting pressure to go to Club Commons Phase I. Mike Segrest and Don Schuster were having conversation about how to institute bus service to Commons, and tuncling was a wa s e core issue. i e asked me o oo a a num er o un in posse i i ies: e 1 iga on Ys one posse a source, Base Village Fiscal Impact Analysis as another, and the shared use and benefit to the community of fifteen minute service to the Recreation Facility based on Route 8 and a new Club Commons route. in the Club Commons Phase II submission, Fiscal Impact Analysis, Bus Program, Page 14 you see the ASC position. They will run service around 8 am to 5 pm to move employees, after that the existing service should handle the rest. (Employees shouldn't go grocery shopping after 5 pm.)They do not want to address the cumulative impacts of Club Commons Phases I and II and Black Saddle employee parking. I do think that because they are making a relationship between Club Commons Phase II as part of Base Village employee housing, that there is a connection to all these impacts. The potential demand is: 70 cars in-BS @ 1.8/car= 126 people (100 cars would be 180 people,) Club Com. Phase 1 @ 154 residents @ 60% in the peak hour= 92 people and Club Com. Phase II with 124 residents @ 60% in the peak hour= 74. Total conservative demand is 292 passengers. ro osa o e was at a combined benefit view of some ASC Mitigation, some Base Villa a Revenue and public benetit ot service to Rec.Center would probably fly. ASC should acknowledge that they would receive a e uc ion in err costs to provide service to Club Commons and Black Saddle. I hope that this helps, or at least didn't give you a headache. David From: Hunt Walker Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2006 9:55 AM To: David Peckler Subject: RE: Analysis Of Funding From Base Village For Club Commons I'm happy to read it, but tell me what the issue is. Hunt From: David Peckler Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 12:03 PM To: Hunt Walker Subject: FW: Analysis Of Funding From Base Village For Club Commons Hunt, Here is the information that I sent to Mike concerning bus service to Club Commons. Let me know how you would like to proceed. David From: David Peckler [mailto:dpeckler@tosv.com] Sent: Monday, September 18, 2006 7:56 PM To: D. Michael Segrest(msegrest@tosv.com); Marianne Rakowski (Marianne Rakowski) 12/21/2006 age 2 of 2 Cc: Chip Foster(Chip Foster); Dave Harris (Dave Harris) Subject: Analysis Of Funding From Base Village For Club Commons Mike. Attached are three memos concerning the Club Commons bus service. The first, Club Commons Funding by BV 09 18 06, looks at the Base Village Fiscal Impact Analysis to fund bus service to Club Commons. It presents some options, but they are not necessarily the best of solutions to get service to Club Commons. the other two memos are form our previous discussion with ASC in November and the proposed service expansions for the budget. David 12/21/2006 T t rtt tz MEMO To: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner From: David Fackler,Transportation Director Date: January 11, 2007 Re: Club Commons II Traffic Analysis Update I have review the comments from the traffic consultant AS I stated earlier, I do not think that the vehicle trips generated from the new complex adds too much to the traffic movement. The future projection shows an adequate turning LOS for the intersection of Clubhouse Dr and Brush Creek Rd. Steve P. should review the numbers and turning movement analysis. The left turn could be harder than the model projects. I am glad that the applicant took a more realistic approach to projecting the transit impact. I believe that it is slightly conservative about the trip generation, but it is more accurate than before. The transit tips presented in the Future Transportation Conditions, Section C is consistent with the earlier information. . . I do have a problem with the statement about the existing capacity of the transit service to accommodate the new passengers. There is an assumption that there is no one riding the existing service. The Existing service is picking up people today that are coming from the Balck Saddle parking lot and the Club Commons Phase I. Phase II impact is being added to the peak hour, so there will not be much surplus capacity, even with the service level proposed in the report. What is not addressed is service after the work day, and service in seasons other then the winter. I do not think that the units will remain empty if there is demand for housing. The need for transportation in the other seasons should be addressed. Page 1 rq A 1 MEMO RECEIVED To: Jim Wahlstrom,Senior Planner DEC 2 0 2006 From: David Peckler,Transportation Director Snowmass Village Date: December 19,2006 Community Development Re: Club Commons f(Submission Comments I am sorry that my comments come to you so late. I only have a couple of observations: Forward: 1. Traffic Study Waiver — I do believe that the project will not impact the traffic volumes significantly. What is an issue is that the Club House Dr was SUDoosed to be o en only in the summer. A modification should be done to allow access to the employee housing an Back 4 gaddte parking lot for bus service. Section 1: 1. Part 1 —Project Location states that access will be from Club House Dr. I support the concept, but it is a change from the original submission.The road was—T oT6eopen in the summer. 2. Part 3— Project Description: I su construction of bus sto with the turn around. 1 believe that they will find in the long run that the intersection of Club House r an nowmass Club Cr is a poorly designed intersection for vehicles attempting a left turn from Club House onto Snowmass Club. In the long run they may be better served by accessing Club Commons and Black Saddle from Brush Creek R . 3. Part 3—Project Description: I support the parking numbers presented for winter use. I doworry about the parking numbers during the summer season when the golf course is in full swing(no pun intended.) The Black saddle parking lot is being discussed as overflow parking location. This may not work in the summer. 4. Part 4 —Variations: I support the pedestrian connection between the housing and the transit bus stop. 5. Part 4 —Written Responses, Page 2, 7): The applicant offers a utilitarian solution to the bus service question of Council. The seasonal employees in the winter are very transit dependent, .Q and are separated by 0.2 of a mile in winter cond'dions. o not know if the service schedule proposed meets the Council's expectations. Our experience at Mountain View suggests otherwise. Direct service to the complex outside of peak periods is once an hour and ends at 5:00pm, so grocery shopping after business hours is difficult. We do have the capacity in the off hours to carry the people, we do not have the surplus headway to get to the facility without compromising service to another location. 0 Page 1 6. Part 4—Written Responses Fiscal Impact:to be addressed later. .5;r-r- fib,,,/ + 7. Part 4—EXB-04: The bus stopllayout appears to be what we discussed with the applicant. I do not understand the implications of the"20' RADIUS ENTERINGTURN-AROUND." The inside of the curve around the island may need to be flared more_to allow vehicle wheels to say on pavements Section 5, Fiscal Impact Analysis: 1. I. Executive Summary: The project is stated as being part of the employee housing related to Base Village. It should be determined if that relationship is appropriate given the on mountain improvements related to the Burnt Mountain submission and the Ski Area Master Plan. Whether or not the Base Villaqe economic returns support this proposal, the need for additional emp oyee housing to support the resort remains.To import labor comes at a cost as we . 2. Il, Overview,Assumptions:Want to make sure that the"average annual occupancy'rate of 73 percent (91 residents) matches in the revenue potential to the impacts relative to transit, on site pa ing, police, water and sanitation, and/or other services. Generation of other revenues addressed later,but is dependent on assumptions about occupancy. 3. III. Revenue Analysis, Table 2: Two revenue sources in this table may not be accurate, Transportation parking and Contributions ASC. The transit dependent ti . of the ro'ect would not generate average parking revenues, .41 for per capita pro ection.) If the Contribution CSC istFefunding from the mitigation agreement from the Burnt Mountain submission, then the funding may not applicable. The possibility that most of the residents of the project would receive a ski pass from the ASC would remove them from the Contribution ASC revenue. It is our understanding that the employees of the ASC are not included in the mitigation formula.The ration of$71.92 per capita is not insignificant. 4. 4. III. Revenue Analysis,Table 5: The concerns in items#2 and #4 above are related to Table 5. The per capital factor used for the Revenue Sources appears to be the 124 permanent residents. I understand the Transportation Parking Fee to he generated as follows: $37.41 x 124 Residents Permanent =$4 638. The same rate appears to be used for Aspen Ski o an . 1.92 x 124 residents Permanent=$8,919. The question is w a is ttlikelyhooa the residents o e emp ogee uni s will generate ese revenues to the Town? 5. IV. Expenditure Analysis, Expenditure Analysis: The analysis states "Parking_costs were reduced by 50 percent to account for the higher transit n ershi of residents livin in the propos employee housing."As noted in ite there i factor for the per ca ita on a revenue side, an en on the expense side for parking there is a reduction or the hig use of transit servicesIssee Table 7. 6, IV. Expenditure Analysis, Bus Program: The statement about the distance to the Route 8 and 3 bus stops is fairly accurate, however,our drivers are constantly pressed by passengers to be take them to the complex.Council should decide if service to the complex is be— nciaT.— 7, IV. Expenditure Analysis, Bus Program: I question the increase in passengers generated by FH&U. Given the probable origin of the seasonal employees, the most likely will be transit dependent. Therefore they should generate higher passenger rates than the "...Town as a . whole." I agree with the obseryation that "...these generation rates may underestimate transit rideship for the project, given that the Project will likely have more transit-dependent residents than is found elsewhere in the Town" For this reason it is good to see that the ASC will be providing increased service if necessary in the peak Periods. Given the is nce o exis mg Page 2 transit stops to the project, under mountain winter conditions, makes the statement about the transit dependent residents seem callus: "Off-peak transit demand for non-wor re a ps can be accommodated by existing service capacity. The existing Town transit routes will therefore not be nega vRe y imp e . 8. IV. Expenditure Analysis, Bus Program: The last paragraph states the applicants position concerning previous Council's desire to see service provided to the project. The development of housinq in this location in both phases, and the creation of em to a ar ing at Black addle during the winter creates a lot of demand for transit service iriTy mind. Cound shou decide 11 ine I ownTMoula provide service o the Tacilities. I find it hard to accept the"0"for Bus Program in Table 10. r Section 9,Traffic Study Waiver Request: 1. Project Trip Generation: I do agree that the prooected traffic volume will be minimal from the ,® rpJ.t. As stated before, the year-round opening of Club House Dr should be addresse , because it was viewed as a summer season access to the golf course. I believe that the community is better served having access to the employee housing units and the employee parking ddle by having the road o en. There is a possible Wrillict lie (+a?rftt e turn pocket for the Club House Dr and the left turn pocket or a eo rani sawn. am willing to wait and see era is projection is accurate it conflicts develop. 2. Transit Impacts: The Ms generated in Table 3 seem low, as stated above in #7. The projection is based on 36 units and not the 124 beds for the permanent population. Ther is a so a considerable trip.reduction rate for the AM (55%) and PM (40%) peak hours. Using the same ormula to the permanent resident factor of 124 results in 56 passengers in the AM hour and 74 passengers in the PM hour. This does not include the impact of Phasy- project or the provision of ASC employee parking at Black Saddle from a previous application. 3. ASC Employee Shuttle Schedule: I hope the vehicle(s) capacity will match the potential Temand-given that the Phase I , Phase II and Wa—ck Saddle parking a'rea Needing 1Fe demand for service. s R-JECEI r ED DEC 2 0 2006 5nowmass Village Comrnunity Development Page 3 WILSON Albuquerque Omaha Memo Colorado Springs Pasadena COMPANY Denver Phoenix Fart Worth Rio Rancho Houston Salina - Kansas City San Bernardino Lenexa San Diego Wilson&Company Latin America,LLC From: Stephen G. Pouliot, PE Jen Babbington,PE To: Jim Wahlstrom,Town of Snowmass Village Date: January 31, 2200007 yCopiesTo: File No.: R k Lj . JJ` Subject: Review of January 25, 2007 Response to Wilson & Company TOSV Traffic Consultant Comments JAN 3 1 2007 INTRODUCTION S11oY rms vdmp On January 10, 2007, Wilson &Company submitted comments on the Club RMWW fift*M December.2006 Submittal. These comments were reviewed by the Aspen Skiing Company, and an explanation memo was submitted back to the Town of Snowmass Village. Wilson & Company reviewed the explanation memo and is providing the following additional comments. COMMENTS The following comments are numbered consistent with the comments provided by the Aspen Skiing Company in their memo dated January 25, 2007. 1. "Appendix C–Intersection Level of Service Worksheets" was provided to Wilson & Company. The SYNCHRO analysis and associated factors were reviewed. Everything appeared consistent with the analysis described in the TIA. No change is needed in the TIA. 2. Wilson & Company reviewed the traffic counts and existing conditions intersection analysis again for the Brush Creek Road, Horse Ranch Road, and Clubhouse Drive intersections (west half and east half due to the new configuration). It appear]that traffic counts were taken at the west half of Brush Creek Road/Horse Ranch Road and the east half of Brush Creek oa u ouse nve. These intersection counts were combined into one intersection and analyzed as one intersection in the SYNCH- —an5Tysis. This analysis is not sufficient for the TIA. The two intersections— Brush Creek Road/Horse Ranch Road and Brush Creek Road/Clubhouse Drive—should be analyzed separately. Although it is unlike that the conclusions of the TIA will change, at a minimum, the existing and future conditions networks should be portrayed and ev uate correctly for the sake of clarity to the reader and credibility for the Applicant. Please resubmit the TIA with the revised analysis. 3. Wilson & Company reviewed the explanation of the minor discrepancy between March 2004 and December 2006 projections, and agrees with how the analysis was conducted. No change is needed in the TIA. 4. Wilson & Company reviewed the explanation of how the transit ridership volumes is currently being addressed, and has agreed that the Town Council should direct its Transportation WILSON&COMPANY,INC.,ENGINEERS&ARCHITECTS Memo MISVN COMPANY Director to undertake a transit ridership study to obtain current data. No change is needed in the TIA. Additionally, it is noted that the 14 minor comments provided by Wilson & Company were not addressed. We are in agreement that these minor comments do not change the technical nature of the analvsis. Because the TIA is tc be resubmitted, we recommend these minor comments be addressed to provide clarity and consistency in the documentation for the reader. Thanks for the opportunity to respond. Reviewed by: Jennifer Babbington, PE Transportation Engineer jennifer.babbington@wilsonco.com 3 4 - Stephen G. Pouliot, PE Senior Transportation Engineer stephen.pouliot@wilsonco.com 999 18th Street, Suite 2600 Denver, Colorado 80202 303) 297-2976 www.wilsonco.com Page 2 of 2 LSON Albuquerque Omaha q Memo Colorado Springs Pasadena Denver PhoenixCOMPANYFortWorthRioRancho Houston Salina Kansas City San Bernardino Lenexa San Diego Wilson 6 Company Latin America, LLC From: Stephen G. Pouliot,PE Jen Babbington,PE To: Jim Wahlstrom, Town of Snowmass Village Date: January 10, 2007 Copies To: File No.: X3-310-002-07 Subject: Review of Club Commons II TIA December 2006 Submittal INTRODUCTION On December 7, 2006, Wilson & Company submitted comments on the applicant's August 2006 Club Commons II Draft TIA. All of these comments were adequately addressed in the revised _ December 2006 Draft TIA. However, additional questions and concerns have been raised on the revised December 2006 Draft TIA and are noted in the following section. COMMENTS Technical Comments: Please provide "Appendix C Intersection Level of Service Worksheets"so that the Synchro Analysis and associated factors used may be reviewed. Horse Ranch Road is not shown in the correct location—please revise. The alignment from the north has been shifted to the west of the Brush Creek Road bridge. This will affect the analyses completed for the Brush Creek Road/Clubhouse Drive intersection. Background volumes are stated in the report to have been taken from the 2004 FHU traffic study for Base Village. The March 2004 report from FHU shows slightly higher volumes at the Brush Creek Road roundabout (Figure 10—Total Traffic Projections, FHU 3/2004)than what is shown in Club Commons report Figure 7 - 2030 Winter Background Traffic Conditions. Please explain the discrepancy and provide a photocopy of the 2004 FHU report cited for the Club Commons analysis. It appears the peak hour selection was conservative in nature, as various peak hours were selected for each of the intersection analysis. Typically one peak hour for the AM and one peak hour for the PM is used for the entire roadway network. However, as the proposed volumes are relatively low, this approach appears appropriate and no change is needed. Please provide existing transit ridership volumes and compare to existing capacity to show the excess transit capacity. This is necessary to assert that the proposed additional ridership will be adequately accommodated. Minor Comments: Please label all roads in Figures I and 2, using the same naming designations as discussed in the text. WILSON 8 COMPANY,INC.,ENGINEERS 8 ARCHITECTS Memo MISON COMPANY There are discrepancies between the traffic counts taken and the existing volumes shown in Figure 3 at the following locations: PM peak hour northbound and southbound volumes at the Brush Creek Road/Clubhouse Drive intersection; PM peak hour westbound left turning and right turning volumes at the Brush Creek Road/Clubhouse Drive intersection; PM peak hour eastbound left turning and right turning volumes at the Brush Creek Road/Clubhouse Drive intersection AM peak hour northbound through volume at the Highline Road/Country Club Circle intersection; AM peak hour eastbound left turning volume at the Highline Road/Country Club Circle intersection; AM peak hour eastbound and westbound volumes at the Highline Road/Brush Creek Road intersection; and PM peak hour eastbound, westbound, and northbound volumes at the Highline Road/Brush Creek Road intersection. These discrepancies could be due to several factors, but will most likely not affect the outcome ofthe Synchro modeling. However, these should be corrected and the Synchro models should reflect the changed values. Figure 3 should display existing daily traffic volumes,as well as the peak hour turning volumes. Figure 4 should display a through arrow for the eastbound approach at the Highline Road/Brush Creek Road intersection, not a right turn arrow. Figure 4 displays 5 vehicles leaving the Snowmass Lodge and Club Site in the PM peak hour, rather than 4 as discussed in the text. It appears the turning movement volumes were rounded to the nearest 5 vehicles in Figure 5, after the growth rate was applied to the turning movement volumes from Figure 3. However, in cases where less than 5 vehicles (i.e. 1 vehicle) are listed in Figure 3,the appropriate rounded value for Figure 5 should be 5 vehicles. On page 12,the Figure numbers referenced in the text do not always match the figures. Figure 8 should display the PM peak hour westbound through movement volume at the Highline Road/Brush Creek Road intersection as 236 vehicles, not 226 vehicles. Thanks for the opportunity to respond. Page 2 of 2 Memo WILSON COMPANY Reviewed by: L'µ &-- Jennifer Babbington, PE Stephen G. Pouliot, PE Senior Transportation Engineer 999 18th Street, Suite 2600 Denver, Colorado 80202 Phone (303) 297-2976 Cell (303) 588-4794 stenhen.nouliot@wilsonco.com www.wilsonco.com Page 3 of 3 WILSOWILSON Colorado Omaha Nv Memo Dorado Springs Pasadena Denver Phoenix COMPANY Fort wort Rio Rancho Houston Salina Kansas City San Bernardino Lenexa San Diego Wilson&Company Latin Amence,LLC From: Stephen G. Pouliot,PE To: Jim Wahlstrom,Town of Snowmass Village Date: December 7,2006 Copies To: File No.: X3-310-002-07 Subject: Review of Club Commons II TIS August 16,2006 Submittal INTRODUCTION The letter presented to the Town of Snowmass Village by the applicant requests a waiver on grounds that 1)the scale of the proposed development is small and(2)obtaining reasonable turning movement counts would be difficult in light of the on-going construction in the immediate vicinity of the proposed development. Concerning the application of waiver requirements,the Municipal Code states the following: Municipal Code:§16A-5-340(c)(2)(0) Transportation Impact Analysis The Planning Director may, however, waive(the transportation impact analysis)requirementfor proposed development that contains less thanfive(5)dwelling units, or less than two thousand(2,000) square feet ofnonresidential space, or an addition to a ski area ifit is determined that the transportation impacts generated by the development are negligible and that requiring a detailed analysis is not warranted. It is my opinion that this project does not meet the requirements for a waiver based solely on the requirements stated in the Municipal Code. Although the project is indeed relatively small,the scale of the project still exceeds the maximum number of dwelling units noted above. That being stated,my review is based on the need for the project to provide a traffic impact study per TOSV TIA guidelines. COMMENTS Daily and peak hour traffic counts are not provided in the report. However,per the Town Council Resolution for a deferral of the Traffic Impact Study,these counts are pending cessation of construction activities. The counts should be taken and the site evaluated prior to a submittal to the Planning Commission. The traffic impact study needs to provide a description of the study area(intersection and roadways for evaluation)and the existing conditions within that study area, including a schematic diagram of traffic volumes(daily,am,and pm). The study area should include at a minimum Highline Road @ Snowmass Club Circle,Clubhouse Drive @ Brush Creek Road,and Highline Road @ Brush Creek Road. Transit impacts are discussed and the impacts are noted.However,it is not clear how the development can produce 22 pm peak hour site trips(as noted in the trip generation forecast)and also produce 22 transit trips in the same peak hour. Does this indicate that all trips generated by the development will use transit? Typically,the traffic impact report should show how trips are generated,distributed,assigned, WILSON B COMPANY,INC.,ENGINEERS 8 ARCHITECTS Memo WILSON COMPANY and the mode choice applied. Please clarify how the mode choice affects the trips generated by the development. Please present neration in the format noted in the uidelines: Land use units I trip rate' daily trips AM trips PM trips Multi-family 36 1 5.0/unit 180 xx 22 The current submittal does not include AM trips. Please include AM trips. The trip distribution is shown as 50-50 up and down Brush Creek Road. Please provide the basis for this assumption. The distribution should include Base Village(XX%),Down Valley Brush Creek Road XX%),and Down Valley Highline Road(XX%). The submittal does not note how the trips will be assigned to the network. Please provide schematic illustrations of the peak hour traffic(existing,background,project assigned,and future)and the corresponding LOS. Thanks for the opportunity to respond. Stephen G. Pouliot,PE Senior Transportation Engineer 999 18th Street, Suite 2600 Denver, Colorado 80202 Phone (303)297-2976 Cell (303) 588-4794 stephen.pouliot c(wilsonco.com www.wilsonco.com Page 2 of 2 ATTACHMENT 7 TC Report 03-05-07 RESPONSES FROM APPLICANT TO THE REVIEW COMMENTS ASPENCf SNOWMASS M*!:Nt"Al"A"" Planning Department December 12, 2006 Mr. James D. Wahlstrom Senior Planner Planning Department Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Club Commons II -Preliminary Plan Application Responses to TOSV Consultants Review Dear Jim: Included with this letter are the completed Traffic Impact Analysis, a revised Schematic Landscape Design and details in response to the Town's landscape consultant. The completed TIA is our response to the review by Mr. Stephen G. Pouliot, PE of Wilson & Company. What follows are our responses to both Bluegreen, the Town's landscape consultant and Mr. Thomas S. Dunlop, REHS. Blueareen Memorandum dated December 7. 2006 COMMENT: "The applicant has provided an Open Space map representing the space dedicated to'landscaped areas"and "drives/parking." It does not appear that any of these areas can be considered adequate as outdoor activity areas for future tenants." RESPONSE: The landscaped areas around both proposed buildings and specifically the area between the buildings are designed for outdoor activity. In addition, the property is in close proximity(300 feet) to the Town's Parks and Recreation area. COMMENT: "Although the applicant has provided an existing condition map, it does not show existing vegetation." RESPONSE: Existing trees are shown on the Schematic Landscape Design. Existing vegetation is shown on the recently submitted Improvement Survey. A copy of the Improvement Survey has been included for the Town's consultants use and review. COMMENT: "It is our determination that the Club Commons will be quite visible and the submitted planting will not sufficiently screen the buildings. The applicant should provide more mature evergreen tree species along the fagade of the building to soften the appearance of the architecture." Aspen Skiing Company UCL : O Zao6P.O.Box 1248 Aspen.CO 81612 geSn(iw:n!a Commcn4SsZllopm811t 1 ASPEN(SNOWMASS ASPEN SKIING 061PAUV RESPONSE: Club Commons is surrounded by eight to 12 foot berms along the eastern, southern and northern borders of the property. In an effort to provide greater screening from Highline Road, we have proposed planting more than fifty (50)10.5' to 16' mature Colorado Blue Spruce trees at staggered heights on the berms. In addition, we are proposing that we plant approximately fifty(50)Quaking Aspens on the berms. The 100+ new trees will be planted amongst the fifty (50)existing trees that currently screen the golf course maintenance facility,the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District leveling pond and Phase 1 of Club Commons. The goal is to maximize screening by planting trees amongst the existing trees at staggered heights on the berms in order to increase density of the existing landscaping. COMMENT: "The applicant could do more to provide a park-like landscape, especially between the proposed housing and the pond. Currently, the design is linear in nature. Species should be clumped to reflect a more natural growing pattern." RESPONSE: We agree and will clump Quaking Aspens as this is a more natural presentation. In response to making the area between the proposed housing and the pond more park- like, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Water Quality Control _ Commission, Design Criteria Considered in the Review of Wastewater Treatment Facilities, Section 5.2.3, paragraph (i) states, "The pond area shall be enclosed with an adequate stock-tight fence to preclude livestock and discourage trespassing, and be located so that mowing of dikes and travel on top of the dikes will not be obstructed." Section 5.2.5, paragraph (c) states, "All disturbed areas above the water line will be seeded with a densely growing perennial grass native to the area." Section 5.2.5, paragraph (d) states, "Ponds shall be constructed so the seepage out of the bottom or dikes (sides)will not exceed 1/32 of an inch per day. If the soil tests demonstrate that this Cannot be obtained, then positive seal methods such as soil additives, bentonite, native clay, soil cement, asphalt, or synthetic liners must be used." Our interpretation of the State Design Regulations is that they want to discourage trespassers, be able to mow all sides of the dike and side walls of the pond, have a drivable access road on top of the dike, seal it with none plant friendly soils and keep it obstruction free. The linear planting of trees is at the bottom of the dike slope along the State required stock-tight fence not obstructing the Snowmass Water and Sanitations Districts ability to mow the required perennial grass native to the area. COMMENT: "The applicant has not shown the extent of existing vegetation nor a mitigation plan for such disturbance." RESPONSE: We have revised the Schematic Landscape Design to reflect re-vegetation of all disturbed areas. All disturbed existing landscaping will be landscaped per the attached plan. COMMENT: 'The applicant is proposing an adequate number of trees however, it is suggested that these be clumped in a more natural manner, which may require that more species be added to the plan." Aspen Skiing Company P.O.Box 1248 Aspen,CO 81612 2 ASPENC)SNOWMASS ASPFS SKf1%6 COMPANY RESPONSE: We agree and will clump Quaking Aspens as this is a more natural presentation. COMMENT: "The applicant has proposed a native grass mix for the area surrounding the pond. It is recommended that the applicant consider planting more native riparian grasses and shrub species that will soften the edge of the pond." RESPONSE: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Water Quality Control Commission, Design Criteria Considered in the Review of Wastewater Treatment Facilities, Section 5.2.3, paragraph (i)states, "The pond area shall be enclosed with an adequate stock-tight fence to preclude livestock and discourage trespassing, and be located so that mowing of dikes and travel on top of the dikes will not be obstructed." Again, our interpretation of the State Design Regulations is that they want to discourage trespassers, be able to mow all sides of the dike and side walls of the pond, have a drivable access road on top of the dike, seal it with none plant friendly soils and keep it obstruction free. The linear planting of trees is at the bottom of the dike slope along the State required stock-tight fence not obstructing the Snowmass Water and Sanitations Districts ability to mow the required perennial grass native to the area. COMMENT: "The applicant has not provided an existing conditions survey for vegetation and therefore has not provided a protection plan for mature trees or groundcovers. The applicant has provided an open space map which defines two types of sub-areas; landscaped areas and drives/parking. The sizes of these areas are unclear and no plans or information was provided regarding the future maintenance of these areas." RESPONSE: A copy of the Improvement Survey has been included for the Town's consultant to review for existing conditions. We have included with this document, a construction detail for protecting trees and groundcovers. Square footage for both landscaped and drives/parking is included on the attached Open Space Map. The previous map did not include square footage of drives/parking. There is no HOA or condominium association for this project. While it has not been determined who will maintain landscaping and drives/parking, it will either be the Housing Department of the Aspen Skiing Company or the Town of Snowmass Village. COMMENT: "The parameter of the existing sanitation pond will be reduced. It can be assumed that due to the functionality of the pond and proximity of surrounding development, the site does not contain any critical wildlife habitat. However, planting riparian vegetation around the periphery of the pond may improve water quality and encourage wildlife activity in the area." RESPONSE: Please refer to previous comment regarding State design criteria/regulations of Sanitary District ponds. We are required to keep the top of all dikes and sides/embankments clear of obstructions and the native grass mowed. We are required to install a six foot high "stock-tight" fence to keep livestock out and discourage trespassers. This fence is also to keep wildlife out. Aspen Skiing Company P.O.Box 1248 Aspen,CO 81612 3 ASPEN(SNOWMASS ASPEN SKNNO COMPANY COMMENT: "It is recommended that siltation fencing be placed along the entire eastern boundary of the site(as represented) to avoid any potential impacts to the existing wetlands." RESPONSE: As earlier stated, the site is surrounded by eight to 12 foot berms and siltation fencing is located in those areas where there is a remote possibility of runoff getting free from the site. Siltation fencing along the entire eastern boundary would be a waste of project dollars as the only area not having a silt fence is a substantial berm. COMMENT: "A landscape plan has been provided by the applicant that shows the number, type, and location of vegetation within the proposed development. It does not detail irrigation concepts or specify the location existing tree species." RESPONSE: An irrigation plan is included with this submittal. The landscape plan does specify the location of existing tree species. COMMENT: "An Open Space map has been provided but it does not indicate whether or not designated open space areas are common or dedicated. Total acreage of these individual areas are not delineated (the previous application estimated that 85 percent of the land is open space)." RESPONSE: The sodded area surrounding the two employee housing buildings is anticipated to be common open space for the project. Please refer to the Amended Open Space map, EXB-04 for both acreage and square footage of all open space areas. COMMENT: "The extent of the clearing or re-grading is not shown on any of the site maps." RESPONSE: Please refer to detailed grading plans C2.1, C2.2, C2.3 and C3.1 that show extent of proposed grading. COMMENT: "A siltation fence should be extended along the entire eastern boundary of the project site to avoid the siltation of the adjacent wetlands." RESPONSE: Please see prior to regarding siltation fencing along eastern boundary of site. COMMENT: "It appears as though the site is well within the Brush Creek Impact area. A report speck to this designation was not included within the application and should be provided prior to Final Plan Review submission." RESPONSE: A report by Loris and Associates was included under Tab 12 of the Application titled, "Protection of Environmentally Sensitive Areas (Brush Creek Impact Area). Per this report, "The development impact to the environmental sensitive Brush Creek Impact Area is negligible due to the existing Snowmass Water and Sanitation District's facilities, existing maintenance facilities and existing first phase employee housing. Water quality enhancements and pre/post construction Best Management Practices (BMP's) through the use of the offsite ponds at the Snowmass Club Golf Course will minimize any degradation of surface water. The current conveyance of onsite flow is via storm sewer or sheet flow onto the golf course property. The runoff is then conveyed through a ditch and into a series of ponds within the golf course. This conveyance of the onsite storm water will provide water quality before it is discharged into Brush Creek." Aspen Skiing Company P.O.Box 1248 4Aspen,CO 81612 ASPEN(SNOWMASS ASGE4 51;IiNC S4 n1P.aH:' COMMENT: "If a Brush Creek Impact report has not been submitted for the Sanitation District site, we recommend this be provided as well. Discharge of treated water into Brush Creek should be evaluated to assure that no adverse ecological impacts will occur to this natural resource." RESPONSE: Discharge by the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District into Brush Creek is a highly regulated, highly monitored process under the jurisdiction and oversight of the Water Quality Control Commission of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and governed by the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District's "discharge permit." Thomas S. Dunlop, REHS Letter Dated November 23. 2006 COMMENT: Question regarding a discrepancy of number of units and beds. RESPONSE: The project consists of two buildings totaling 36 units and 120 beds. COMMENT: "AS design is finalized it is recommended encroachment within the 100ft. setback not occur for reasons stated" RESPONSE: No buildings will encroach into the 100ft. setback. COMMENT: Question to schedule-6 months or 7 months. RESPONSE: The actual project schedule is subject to the start date dictated by Town of Snowmass Village approvals and projected snowmelt runoff. The project cannot start until the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District pond reconfiguration begins. Pond reconfiguration, grading and site utilities will be completed in less than 6 months. A final schedule will be submitted to the Town during Final Review. COMMENT: While the APEN is not required, it is recommended as a condition of approval that a fugitive dust control plan be submitted." RESPONSE: Please refer to Tab 10, Air Quality Analysis report Section 3.2"Fugitive Dust From Construction Vehicle Traffic"and Section 7.2"Mitigation for Criteria Pollutants." Note, the particulate emissions from construction activities assumed that watering would be employed to reduce fugitive dust emissions by 50%. COMMENT: "If boilers are needed proper permitting will be required through the Colorado Air Quality Control Division." RESPONSE: Agreed. COMMENT: "It is recommended as a condition of approval that a storage and spill containment plan be required prior to excavation." RESPONSE: We agree and will include a"hazardous waste storage and sill containment plan" as part of our final Construction Management Plan during Final Review. Once we have selected the contractor for the project, we will work closely with the firm to produce a complete and detailed plan for submittal to and approval of the Town. Aspen Skring Company 5 P.O.Box 1248 Aspen,CO 81612 ASPEN(SNOWMASS ASPEN SKONG COMPANY COMMENT: "Relocation of the existing fuel farm is also discussed. Proper closure practices including documented remediation for the abandoned fuel storage and fueling area should be a condition of approval. Proper design, permitting and installation of the new fuel farm should also be a condition of approval." RESPONSE: We are not abandoning the fuel farm. It is an above ground double walled tank, not an underground storage tank. It will be moved to the new location and no longer in use at its current location. We disagree that the above documentation, permitting and installation should be a "condition of approval"of this project since the existence, use, maintenance, installation, inspection, permitting, etc. are highly regulated by the State of Colorado and any removal and relocation of the existing tank will be under strict supervision, permitting and inspection of the State of Colorado. A copy of the Aspen Skiing Company State required "Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC)" is included in the submittal. COMMENT. "A Storm Water Management plan is mentioned, but was not included in the Preliminary Plan Application." RESPONSE: Please refer to Storm Water Management Plan located on drawing C4.0 Erosion Control Plan. Thank you and your consultants for the thorough review of our application. Should you have other requests outside of the contents of this submittal or regarding the contents of this submittal, please do not hesitate to ask. Siincerr'ely, M' ark Vogele Project Manager Aspen Skiing Company Aspen Skiing Company P.O.Box 1248 6Aspen,CO 81612 SNOWMASS ASPEN MOUNTAIN ASPEN HIGHLANDS BUTTERMILK ASPEN&SNOW MASS. January 22,2007 ASPEN SKIING COMPANY Re: Snowmass Golf Maintenance Facility Aboveground Storage Tank To Whom it May Concern: There is one aboveground storage tanks at the Snowmass Golf Course vehicle maintenance facility. The double-walled tank contains 500 gallons of diesel and 1500 gallons of gasoline. These tanks and surrounding facilities are inspected for compliance annually by the state oil inspector. In connection with the redevelopment of this site we will be incorporating all requirements of the Oil Pollution Prevention regulations at Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 112, (40 CFR 112), including required secondary containment able to collect 3,200 gallons of fuel in the event of a complete failure of a fuel delivery vehicle. In addition, Aspen Skiing Company(ASC)will be hiring a qualified firm to empty and relocate the aboveground storage tank. That firm will be required to have trained spill response staff on site and spill kits at hand. Staff at the Snowmass Golf Maintenance Facility are trained annually in spill response according to 40 CFR 112.7(a)(3)(ii)(iv) and have spill kits, including absorbent booms, on hand near the refueling area. Training requirements are listed in section 8.0,page 23, of ASC's Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan, which was updated on June 3,2004 and approved as meeting federal regulations by Kenneth L. Walter ofthe Walter Group. (970) 255-8017. Please don't hesitate to contact me should be there questions about the relocation of this aboveground storage tank or ASC's ability to meet federal regulations at the new facility. Sincerely, Auden Schendler Director of Environmental Affairs Aspen Skiing Company PO Box 1248 Aspen, CO 81612 970) 300-7152 fx (970)300-7154 wxvw.aspensnoNvmass.com/enN,iroriment P.O.Box 1248 Aspen,CO 81612-1248 970.925.1220 www.aspensnowmass.com j .en,wPn i ELSRI !(;. 1 H C) rncnir°rrng 1h(ihc to nzu)s(r,)r1c(tiun ±uiuun MEMORANDUM TO: Mark Vogele, Aspen Skiing Company FROM: Jeff Ream, P.E., PTOE, Felsburg, Holt& Ullevig DATE: January 24, 2007 SUBJECT: Phone Conversation with David Peckler, Town of Snowmass Village FHU Reference No. 06-229 1 spoke with David Peckler, Town of Snowmass Village, on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 about the TIA we prepared for Club Commons It. David indicated that the traffic and transit information we provided in the study was sufficient and the study would not need to be updated based on` his 1/11/07 comment memo. He acknowledged that the Skiing Co. shuttle would take care of work trips, but expressed concern about the other non-work trips(shopping, etc.) using the town services, since those buses are already full from other demand areas. He also mentioned he was worried about the cumulative impacts from the park and ride, Phase I and Phase 11, and noted that the existing routes don't have enough extra time in their schedules to deviate into Club Commons to provide direct service. Finally, he noted that at this point the transit discussion between the Town and Aspen Skiing Co. is more philosophical that technical. hiOt 1, rh 5cracu<.' \b}', Suirc 600 Ccntrnnial, (J)801; 1 l '0 r_'1.1 i 10 LIN Q i.121.0ti i2 t'c.thuon unr inlidu-inuriir .. ATTACHMENT 8 TC Report 03-05-07 EXECUTED PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. 29 SERIES OF 2007 INCLUDING ALL THE EXHIBITS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. 2 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE TOWN COUNCIL CONCERNING THE CLUB COMMONS 11 PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION. WHEREAS, the Snowmass Club Associates, LLC/Aspen Skiing Company Applicant") initially submitted on September 21, 2006 and updated as complete on October 25, 2006 a Preliminary Plan application for the Club Commons II employee housing project ("Project") involving Parcel 12 of the Snowmass Club and the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District site encompassing approximately 5.2 acres of impacted area ("Application"), as generally described or illustrated in attached Exhibit "A;" and WHEREAS, the Applicant also requests variations from dimensional limitations in the land use application, including exceeding maximum building height, revisions to the maximum buildout, and an alternative parking plan; and WHEREAS, Town Council granted on November 6, 2006, via Resolution No. 55, Series of 2006, the Applicant's requested deferral of the subdivision platting and rezoning information to Final PUD and deferred, rather than waived, the traffic study incorporating turning movement numbers for review by Planning Commission prior to acting upon their resolution; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 16A-5-340(d) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code ("Municipal Code"), the Club Commons Il Preliminary Plan Application was presented to a joint meeting of the Town Council and the Planning Commission on December 4, 2006; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 16A-5-340(d)(1) of the Municipal Code, the Town Council on December 18, 2006, via Resolution No. 64, Series of 2006, identified the specific components within the application, including project elements, specific areas of the Land Use and Development Code or core issues, that the Planning Commission should focus upon during the course of their review and provided the direction that the application review shall take; and WHEREAS, the Applicant submitted supplemental information or modifications to the plans in response to comments and concerns expressed by the Planning Commission and Town Staff through the course of the review; and PC Reso.07-02 Page 2 of 12 WHEREAS, the Preliminary PUD, as generally illustrated and described in attached Exhibit 'A," includes plans and information related to the application that are incorporated herein by reference; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the application, and the supplemental information or updates thereto, at public hearings on January 3 and 17, and February 7, 2007 and acted upon this resolution; and WHEREAS, the application was reviewed and processed in accordance with the provisions outlined in Section 16A-5-340 of the Municipal Code. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: Section One: General Findings. Subject to the recommendations in Section Two of this Resolution, the Planning Commission hereby generally finds that: 1) The Applicant submitted the Preliminary PUD application for the Project in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Code. The Preliminary PUD application provided the Minimum Contents required pursuant to Section 16A-5-340(c), except those submission items that were deferred, and included written and graphic materials in sufficient detail to deem the application complete for review. 2) The Applicant has submitted supplemental information during the review process to present changes or updates to the application for the primary purpose of responding to the directions provided by Planning Commission and Staff requests, comments, and concerns. 3) All public notification requirements, as specified within Section 16A-5-60(b) of the Municipal Code, have been satisfied, including submittal of the affidavits from the Applicant regarding mailing and posting of the public hearing notices. 4) The application has been reviewed pursuant to the Town Council directives in Resolutions Nos. 55 and 64, Series of 2006. 5) The application's unit mix seems appropriate given the Applicant's past success with similar unit mixes at Club Commons I. 6) Even though the current application proposes three-story buildings, it is recommended to add 0 levels to the two buildings, an increase of 11 feet in height, for additional seasonal or permanent employee housing, to fulfill the mitigation requirements and demand thereof, and address the adequacy of parking provisions through an aggressive parking management plan. 2 PC Reso.07-02 Page 3 of 12 7) Adding units or employee housing square footage by the addition of a recommended 4th level to the two buildings is a more important issue for the community than the height variation issue. The site is a good location for employee housing with limited height impacts as further described in the findings below. 8) Pursuant to Section 16A-5-310(2), "Preservation of community character" under the Review Standards, the buildings' mass, scale and height of the development proposed for the PUD, with or without the recommended 4th level, seems consistent with the standards of Section 16A-4-340, "Building Design Guidelines to Preserve Community Character" under the Development Evaluation Standards, and compatible with the character of existing land uses in the area, which creates the impression that it might not adversely affect the development in the surrounding area, because of the following findings: a) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-340(c)(1), "Site integration," of the Municipal Code, the proposed structures seem to incorporate a plan design that avoids overwhelming the surrounding mountain environment because: i) The proposal minimizes the grading changes and complements the natural (andforms; ii) The new buildings are designed to be set into the slope; and iii) The building massing is broken up or stepped along a slope to conform to the shape, aspect and scale of the natural terrain. b) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-340(c)(2), "Scale and mass," the proposed design of the buildings seem to convey the perception that the buildings are not monumental in scale, including its relationship to the scale of surrounding buildings, because: i) The character of the surrounding area within the immediate vicinity of the site has not changed and it still remains a good site for employee housing with or without the recommended 4th level; ii) The scale, form and proportion of the proposed buildings relate to the prevailing surrounding buildings in the immediate vicinity of the site, considering that the three-story buildings or even the recommended 0' level was represented by the Applicant as being less than the ridge line elevations of the buildings behind it to the south and up the hillside; iii) The buildings avoid the "wall" or "row" effect, due to the architectural relief illustrated in the elevations and are similar in design to Club Commons I, which seems acceptable; and iv) The design of the buildings respect human scale. 9) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-340(c)(5), "Dews," the proposed buildings appear to create the impression that they are oriented to take advantage of views 3 PC Reso.07-02 Page 4 of 12 and view corridors, and to frame views and enclose open space, as it would still appear, being positioned far away from public roadways and at a low point of the valley, to convey the preservation of important sight lines, overlooks and landmarks as viewed from public roadways and other public spaces, and as viewed from neighboring developments. 10) The amended Municipal Code provisions in Section 16A-4-50(f), "Rid eqline Protection Areas" under the Development Evaluation Standards do not apply, as the site is not within a defined ridgeline protection area that is visible from Brush Creek Road, Owl Creek Road or the Town Community Park and is not at the crest or highest elevation of a ridge or hillside, or within fifty (50) feet of elevation, measured vertically, from the crest of a ridge or hillside. 11) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-300(c)(5) and (7), "Dimensional limitations," and "Standards for granting variations" under the General Restrictions, the proposed application requires height variations and meets the following height criteria: a) The proposed three-story buildings meet the rule that at least 50% of the structure for which the variation is sought, as measured utilizing the structure's footprint from existing grade and finished grade, conforms to the height limits of the underlying zoning parameters for Parcel 12, provided such building is located on Parcel 12 or 9 an amendment to the PUD is subsequently permitted to expand the boundary, land uses and development parameters into the impacted area on the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District site for the development to occur; and b) If a rezoning of the affected Snowmass Water and Sanitation District site is sought that has a height limit of 38 feet or if the buildings change to add the recommended 4th level, then the buildings would likely exceed the height limit of the underlying zone district by more than 75% triggering a super-majority vote of the Town Council, community purposes and the demonstration of"exceptional and special circumstances." 12) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-300(c)(5-7), "Dimensional limitations," "Community purposes for PUDs," and "Standards for granting variations" under the General Restrictions, community pur oses, and exceptional and special circumstances" for the recommended 4 level were not demonstrated at this time to the Planning Commission, and the Town Council should address appropriate or applicable community purposes, as needed, for the variations sought during their review and that the Applicant clearly and satisfactorily described as to why the height variations are necessary for the buildings in order to achieve the community purposes to be proposed, such as but not necessarily limited to the provision of employee housing square footage over and above the mitigation requirements or to develop necessary public facilities, as examples. 4 PC Reso.07-02 Page 5 of 12 13) The recommendation for an additional 4"' level on the buildings, if desired, would add the need for 34 parking spaces based upon 24 additional spaces for seasonal housing at 0.75 spaces per bedroom, and 10 additional spaces for permanent housing at 1.25 spaces per bedroom, the same ratios accepted during the Sketch Plan review. 14) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-4-310(7), "Off-Street Parking Standards," the Applicant is proposing an alternative parking plan, which seems reasonable for the site and the usages proposed, including the supplemental provision of approximately 50 net parking spaces in the north Black Saddle golf course parking lot expansion. Such additional off-site spaces are permitted by Code through an alternative parking plan and such expansion seems more than what is needed and should sufficiently meet the parking demand of the recommended 4"' level, if desired, subject to managing the parking effectively with certain restrictions. 15) If the Black Saddle lot expands by more than what would be needed to meet the parking demand for the recommended 4t' level on the proposed Club Commons II buildings, then the expanded parking from the existing Club Commons I lot into the bermed area on Parcel 10 would not be needed, as offered by the Applicant, which seems acceptable to remove from the application. 16) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-4.320, "Landscaping, grading and other design standards," screening and buffering of the expanded Black Saddle golf course parking area will need to be provided, especially as viewed from Brush Creek Road to the north. 17) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-4-210, "Streets and related improvements" and other than minor alterations that should be made to the traffic impact analysis, the vehicular traffic impacts from the proposed employee housing project seem minimal mainly because of the transit- dependent nature of the development. 18) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-310(7), "Adequate facilities," there seems to be a strong need for additional transit service to serve the employees at the Club Commons site. 19) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-310(7), "Adequate facilities," there is a need to improve the pedestrian connections and lighting between the Club Commons site and Brush Creek Road as a means to increase the pedestrian safety and usage along the existing walkway segments. 20) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-4-340, "Building design guidelines to preserve community character," the design of the new storage sheds 5 PC Reso.07-02 Page 6 of 12 proposed on Parcel 12 seem acceptable and would be a used for the purpose of housing golf course equipment currently stored outside on the site, as represented by the Applicant. 21) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-340(b)(15), "Construction management plan," on-site dust control per the construction management plan seems acceptable, including the use of magnesium chloride on the site only, where needed. 22) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-340(b)(12), "Fiscal impact," employee housing is not a fiscal revenue generator, but rather a "revenue facilitator" in that the Resort Operation as that principal revenue generator depends on available employee base and that conversely the Town relies heavily on employee housing to drive the tourist business. Therefore, the fiscal impact report as presented in the application seems adequate. 23) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-4-410, "Restricted housing requirements," the mitigation square footage of a minimum 34,104 square feet within the dwelling units in the two, three-story buildings should be applied by Town Council as acceptable mitigation square footage. 24) In general there is limited opportunity within the Town to create land or good sites for employee housing and there are incremental costs and restrictions involved with adding floors to structures to attain desired employee housing, which decreases the need and demand for additional employee housing. Similarly, the Applicant should also not be penalized for designing projects and spaces that enhance the project for tenants and the livability of the project. 25) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-310(1), "Consistency with Comprehensive Plan" under the Review Standards, the proposed employee housing project is currently consistent with the 'Mixed-Use' land use designation for Parcel 12 of the Snowmass Club and inconsistent with the Public Use' designation on the SWSD site according to the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan, but the proposed land use seems consistent with the policies and objectives outlined in Chapter Eight, Housing, of the Comprehensive Plan as further described in the finding below. 26) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-310(1), "Consistency with Comprehensive Plan" under the Review Standards, the proposed PUD Amendment does not appear to conflict with a majority of the goals, objectives and policies of the Comprehensive Plan, with the exception of the policies related to the Buildout Chart (Line B97). 27) The Comprehensive Plan's Buildout Analysis Chart for the properties designates no free-market units for SCA's Parcel 12 or the SWSD site, and 6 PC Reso.07-02 Page 7 of 12 therefore, no free-market housing should be considered for this site. However, employee housing in general is appropriate for the site, and therefore, the proposed project would seem to be a proper use, given the findings stated above, if the project is eventually accepted for the purpose of fulfilling housing mitigation requirements. 28) Pursuant to the findings above and subject to the recommendations in Section Two of this Resolution, the proposed application seems to have adequately addressed and complied with the other review and approval criteria in Municipal Code Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions, and Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards. 29) Pursuant to the findings above and subject to the recommendations in Section Two of this Resolution, the proposed application seems to have adequately addressed and complied with the 'Purpose" and the "Review and intent issues" or questions outlined in Municipal Code Section 16A-5-340. Section Two: Comments, Concerns and Recommendations. The Planning Commission makes the following additional comments, concerns and recommendations to the Town Council for its consideration: 1) This housing project should be restricted to, a) employees within the Town of Snowmass Village, b) employees within Pitkin County, and then c) other employees, such as but not necessarily limited to employees or students of profit or non-profit organizations provided they are not housed for short-term occupancy. 2) The addition of the recommended 4t" story levels on the two buildings is considered to be advisable for either seasonal or permanent housing with certain parking restrictions. 3) As offered by the Applicant, additional parking north of the Black Saddle golf course parking lot should be accepted for off-site employee parking as it would likely add approximately 50 net spaces to meet the additional requirement of 34 parking spaces that would be needed for the recommended 4t' levels on the Club Commons II employee housing buildings. 4) The parking components within the proposed employee housing project, both on-site and off-site, should be completed concurrently with the balance of the housing development and comply with geotechnical or soils report requirements or recommendations. 5) An aggressive parking management plan, similar to or as a modification to the Club Commons I parking management plan, is recommended to support 7 PC Reso.07-02 Page S of 12 or justify the proposed alternative parking plan for Club Commons II. The parking usage on site should be controlled by: a) Issuing certain types of parking permits, such as the Applicant offering permits that allow close-in, on-site parking and those permits that only allow off-site, remote parking; or b) allowing permanent housing residents to park on-site and seasonal housing residents to park off-site at the Black Saddle lot; or c) combining the above noted restrictions; and d) prohibiting the storage of abandoned, disrepaired vehicles, RV's, campers, tractor-trailer or similar vehicles on the site and in the Black Saddle parking areas. 6) The type of units and tenants within the buildings or the recommended 4kh levels should be controlled as a means to match or coincide with the demand for seasonal or permanent housing during any given season. 7) Additional berms and landscape buffering around the perimeter of the expanded Black Saddle parking lot should be provided especially around or toward the north side of the lot closest to Brush Creek Road. A landscape plan for this area should be submitted for review and approval at the time of Final PUD application. 8) As offered by the Applicant, the plans should incorporate the following items to encourage pedestrian safety and usage of the walkway segments between the Club Commons site and Brush Creek Road: a) The installation of additional pedestrian bollard lighting around the bend of Clubhouse Drive and the tees/putting greens located between the existing clubhouse, the proposed bus transit turnaround and the Club Commons site; b) The installation of additional pedestrian bollard lighting near pedestrian crosswalks, especially between the clubhouse, the transit turnaround and the Club Commons site; c) Extension of the sidewalks on Clubhouse Drive toward the west from the new bus turnaround and around the outside bend of Clubhouse Drive to create a seamless pedestrian connection between the Club Commons site, the transit turnaround and the existing walkway system leading to Brush Creek Road; d) Maintenance of the snow removal for all walkways between the bus stop on Brush Creek Road, the Club Commons site and the transit turnaround; e) The installation of two street lights located at, 1) the southwest comer of Brush Creek Road and Clubhouse Drive, and 2) at the bus shelter near the pedestrian crossing of Brush Creek Road of which both should be designed to match the street light pole/fixture at Brush Creek Road and Horse Ranch Drive; 8 PC Reso.07-02 Page 9 of 12 f) Installation of directional/control signs where needed at the pedestrian crossings; and g) The Applicant should review the lighting plan with the Town's Chief Building Official for conformance with the Lighting Ordinance No. 18, Series of 2003, at the time of construction drawing review and prior to issuance of a certificate of occupancy. 9) The "winter crossing" provision on Clubhouse Drive in the Snowmass Club Phase II Recreational Use Agreement dated June 26, 2002 should be deleted. 10) The Applicant's Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) should be modified to address the latest comments from the Transportation Department dated January 25, 2007 and from the Town's Traffic Engineer consultant dated January 31, 2007, and the updated TIA resubmitted in time for Town Council review and prior to action upon their resolution. 11) The Transportation Department should propose to the Town Council a program to redesign the transit routes in the vicinity, including the nearby Entryway area, based upon current transit ridership data. The Transportation Department should then propose to Town Council transit service options in the area utilizing a rearrangement or redesign of existing routes, adding new routes or a combination thereof that adequately serves the area. Fiscal impacts should subsequently be assessed based upon the results of these analyses. 12) A fugitive dust control plan should be filed with the Town ,even if an Air Pollution Emissions Notice (APEN) is not required by the State. 13) Fuel spill containment construction detail(s) should be provided for review with the construction plan documents that incorporates and satisfactorily describes or illustrates an unregulated spill from the fuel tanks. 14) The Applicant should comply with State and local standards for fuel farms. 15) A Stormwater Management Plan and Erosion Control Plan should be reviewed and approved by the Town Engineer, and the State as needed. 16) If deemed permissible by the Town Council, there should be consideration of allowing additional employee housing mitigation for the site by interpreting certain square footage that would normally not qualify as mitigation square footage, in that enhanced livability such as the square footage within the interior corridor or circulation space, together with the first floor stairways and deck areas on the first levels, in efforts to buy down the incremental cost of constructing a recommended 4a' level of employee housing on the buildings, could also be utilized to mitigate the 8,360 square feet of Snowmass 9 PC Reso.07-02 Page 10 of 12 Mountain housing requirements per Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, and perhaps beyond this amount as a possible Community Purpose over and above the required mitigation square footage as to be determined as acceptable by the Town Council. 17) Separate from this application, a reassessment of the Municipal Code's employee housing mitigation square footage credits and the cash-in-lieu provisions ought to be considered to include other spaces for mitigation square footage that enhance the livability of employee housing units and to incorporate costs, in the cash-in-lieu formula, associated with amenities or common areas outside of the dwelling units that enhance the units, such as but not necessarily limited to underground parking, ski lockers, laundry facilities, recreation rooms, clubhouses, and additional floors for employee or mitigation housing that require elevators. 18) Pursuant to Municipal Code Sections 16A-5-300(c)(3) "Uses," under the General Restrictions, the Applicant must propose a zone district for the un- zoned SPA property beyond Parcel 12, or a PUD Amendment to expand the boundaries of Parcel 12 if permitted, and subsequently demonstrate during the Final PUD review process before the Planning Commission and Town Council compliance the following criteria in accordance with Section 16A-5- 220(e), "Review Standards" of the Amendments to Official Zone District Mao, as follows: a) Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan; b) Consistency with the purpose of the zone district; c) Consistency with surrounding zone districts and uses; and d) Necessary circumstances such as changed conditions or a community need as part of the consistency with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan. 19) Pursuant to the Municipal Code Section 16A-5-500, "Exemptions authorized," the Applicant should submit a subdivision exemption for the proposed land exchange, and a subsequent re-subdivision plat of the impacted area as deemed needed, for review and approval by the Town Council at the time of Final PUD review which demonstrates that: a) The exemption would be necessary to accommodate the Applicant's proposed development; b) It would not be inconsistent with the goals, objectives and standards of the affected subdivision plats; c) No new lots would be created; d) It would comply with the Development Code; e) The exemption itself would not create adverse impacts to the surrounding area; and f) The exemption by itselfwould not increase total allowable floor area. 10 PC Reso.07-02 Page 11 of 12 20) The Applicant should coordinate with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (SWSD) an application for amendment from its SPA zone district, pursuant to the above noted recommendations, including rezoning to 'Public' or similar zone district and the need for a exemption/subdivision plat, as the proposed modifications on either development site are related. Such an application review for consideration should occur simultaneously with the Final PUD application for this project. 21) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-4-260, Easement characteristics, affected easement dedications may be accomplished through a subdivision exemption and/or a re-subdivision plat, which should be formally submitted at the time of Final PUD application. 22) Pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-4-270, _Survey monuments, applicable legal descriptions of the affected property and proposed land exchange have been provided, and monumented boundaries may be established with a Subdivision Exemption and/or Re-subdivision plat at the time of Final PUD. 23) The Town Council should consider amending the Future Land Use Map in the Comprehensive Plan in consideration of the proposed land use exchange. 24) Given the site is a good location for employee housing, the buildout designation for this site ought to be amended by ordinance to reflect the additional employee housing units as may be determined to be acceptable as mitigation or additional housing for approval by the Town Council. 25) As stated in the Construction Management Plan, the Applicant will submit a construction traffic plan for implementation to the Town for review. This plan should be submitted with the Final PUD application for evaluation and approval by the Town Council at that time. 26) Certain refinements, modifications, or amendments to the Construction Management Plan should be allowed to be made in the future by the Town to mitigate impacts which were not apparent at the time of the application review. The Planning Director should be authorized to require amendments to the plan as determined to be reasonable and necessary to mitigate an unforeseen impact. The Applicant should either amend their plan accordingly or request that Town Council review the matter for final determination. 27) The Applicant should respond to the Town Department or agency review comments with the submittal of the Final PUD application or explain how such comments have been implemented or how they will be implemented. 11 PC Reso.07-02 Page 12 of 12 28) Except as may need to be amended, the Final PUD application should be generally consistent with the Preliminary Plan submission, as may have been amended, and with the design, policy or other representations made by the Applicant during the Preliminary Plan application review. Section Three: Action. If the Applicant can address and conform to the issues raised in the findings and recommendations stated in Sections One and Two of this resolution, the Planning Commission recommends that the Town Council permit the application to proceed to a Final PUD following Council's completion of a comprehensive review of the application. Section Four: Severability. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. INTRODUCED, READ, AND APPROVED, as amended, by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village on February 7"', 2007, upon a motion by Planning Commission Member Gustafson, the second of Planning Commission Member Markey, and upon a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION Doug Faurer, hai man ATTEST: Cindy For , tanning Commission Secretary 12 Club Commons II EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07.2 Employee Housing project Page 1 of 27 Preliminary Plan application Summary Project Information Proiect Location/Background: Land Owners: Snowmass Club Associates, LLC (SCA)/Aspen Skiing Company; Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (SWSD); Note: SWSD has consented to the application and authorized SCA to represent SWSD Location: Parcel 12, Snowmass Club P.U.D. Subdivision, and SWSD property Existing Site areas: Parcel 12—4.214 acres SWSD property—6.84 acres Existing Zoning:Parcel 12— "PUD" (permitted uses are restricted housing of 61 units, property management offices, and golf course maintenance facilities); and SWSD property—"SPA-1" (no land use and development parameters) Existing Density: 14.5 units per acre Proposed Project Overview/description: Impacted site area: 5.2 acres Land Exchange: 49,148 square feet or 1.13 acres from SWSD to SCA; and 7,061 square feet or0.16 acre from SCA to SWSD; Net land exchange proposed: 0.97 acre(same as Sketch Plan) Proposed Owner:SCA of both adjusted land area and the buildings. Number of buildings: Two, three-story buildings for employee housing to match the scale, character, architectural details and materials of the Club Commons I development (reduced from four stories with the revised Sketch Plan); and Two new maintenance storage buildings on Parcel 12 to house golf course equipment currently stored outside Height variations:Proposed from two to five feet above the existing 41-foot height limit in Parcel 12; Applicant wishes to apply the same standard for the un-zoned portion of the property. (Note: The Applicant cannot simply apply standards from one property onto another without a PUD Amendment or.rezoning, as determined as permissible. 1 EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 2 of 27 Rezoning and platting information were deferred by Council on November 6, 2006 by Resolution #55. Number of units: 36 units (reduced from 60 per the revised Sketch Plan); Includes 24 seasonal units in.Building A and 12 permanent housing units in Building B (reduced from 16 and 44, respectively, from the revised Sketch Plan) Average unit size: 947 square feet (increased from 858 s.f. with revised Sketch Plan) Number of bedrooms: 120 bedrooms (reduced from 140 with the revised Sketch Plan) 96 seasonal bedrooms (Building A)—with two elevators 24 permanent housing bedrooms (Building B)—with no elevators ADA accessible units planned to be placed on lower floors. Proposed bedroom mix: 24—4-bedroom units at 937 s.f. each (seasonal housing) 3— 3-bedroom units at 1,236 s.f. each 6 —2-bedroom units at 968 s.f. each 3— 1-bedroom units at 700 s.f. each Proposed overall density: 18.55 units per acre (decreased from approximately 23 units per acre with the revised Sketch Plan) Parking provided:105 surface parking spaces (per application; but 111 on plans) for restricted housing (reduced from 130 spaces that included 100 surface parking and about 30 spaces in a parking garage with the revised Sketch Plan); and 16 parking spaces that replaced previous non-delineated spaces for the maintenance area, plus two new worker spaces; and As supplemental information, there would be installed a net of approximately 50 spaces in the north Black Saddle golf course parking lot expansion, which means the expanded parking into Parcel 10 for Club Commons I could be removed. Parking ratios: 1.25 spaces for 24 full-time housing bedrooms or 30 spaces; and 0.75 spaces for 96 seasonal housing bedrooms or 72 spaces New bus stop facility: North of Club Commons I Employee Housing Floor Area/Mitigation: The Base Village Final PUD approval via Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004, indicates that 38,143 square feet of employee housing, or approximately 27% of the total employee housing mitigation requirement of 141,240 square feet, shall be provided at the proposed Club Commons II employee housing project, which still seems appropriate. The Applicant is also required to mitigate a total of 8,360 square feet of employee housing pursuant to the Snowmass Mountain Amendment Final PUD approval via Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, which could also be mitigated at the Club Commons 11 site. With the previous modified Sketch Plan for Club Commons II, the Applicant proposed to mitigate both requirements within two buildings containing four stories each. 2 EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 3 of 27 1. Square footage of employee housing within the dwelling units: 34,104 sq. ft. 2. Porch areas (first level only per floor area measurements): 1,053 sq. ft. 3. Interior Corridor circulation (Seasonal housing Bldg A only):2,379 sq. ft. 4. Stairways in both buildings (first level on per floor area calcs):513 sq. ft. 5. Ski Lockers in Building A: 622 sq. ft. 6. Storage closets off decks in Building B for permanent housing units:168 so. ft. Gross floor area measured: 38,839 sq. ft. Minimum mitigation square footage within dwelling units would be: 34,104 sq. ft. 3 EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 4 of 27 The following Table is a comparison between the original Club Commons II submission, the July 2005 four-story Sketch Plan submission and the current Preliminary Plan Application. O. . 2005 2006 7/2005 2 ofi 0iivetifn .fi88 es. I-bei*Wn-/'VbO 2 20 3 47 2 bum_/4M 11:4. 6 2 . 2 3a f is bath 0 12 0 12 9< 12 sib 2 8: 3 5. 4.tiedrbri j4tlt.24 7- - Tofa! 36 6Ff 36 24 VWMUnn Un6 1 beKwarn11't atl 849 MY M 20 2 rain 1 biM 908 1,413 4.6 2 . ,. .., ...1:1 b 977 ti tffe 3 12 ....1167 1. 126 1' 1'16 i ro n.14 t Odh 876 866 937 ; s 6s . T Ona UnIt`Area(S bedtvwm:11 both 7a M :. 00 41 Nit12 baM nI.W4: 4052 80@ 17fi9 2 ,.._ 1 NO tt: 14672 C spun 72 t3 t38Q 3708 4 in 4 bath 6 TON SIA4 34 iflA -21,088 ofbedmoms 120 140 i2a 20 Total #of parldng spapm 100 130* i`1.1 49 fid# Of s 1 bed 0.83 US ti<I M3 TON ftRM Units 36 so 36 24 AY e. un t size 887 858 947 fM EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 A4 Page 5 of 27 EXHI A TC 02-03 z, onfe.Once Center can be operated for the foflowin u ge 6 of 7 a. Civic Organization as: b. Villas relat erences and groups. ublic or Private functions with valet parking service. 41 F. Parcel 12, Snowmass Club PUD 1. Parcel 12 is a re-plat of parcel 12 of the Snowmass Club Subdivision PUD containing a total of 4.214 acres of land, more or less. The Restricted Housing Complex, known as Club Commons, is deed restricted under the Employee Housing Restriction document. The parcel also contains the-Golf Maintenance Facility. 2. Parcel 12 is accessed from the north and south entrances of Clubhouse Drive. Access will be maintained by SCA Winter use of Parcel 10 may restrict access from the North entrance of Clubhouse Drive as provided for in the Snowmass Club Phase 11 Subdivision Improvement agreement. Additional restrictions may be allowed pursuant to any special events and festival easement agreements with the TOSV. Access from the South entrance will be year round provided by Easement agreements between SCA and the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District(SWSD). 3. Restricted Housing: Lot Size: Refer to Employee Housing Restriction document. Permitted uses:Restricted Housing, Property Management offices. Number of Units: 61 Number of m Bedrooms: 154 m C Total Unit S.F.: 39,559 square feet more or less. m a$to Building Site Coverage: 16683 square feet more or less. Open Space Percentage: 79.8 percent more or less Maximum Building Height: 41 feet above finish grade Required Parking: 64 spaces. Parking Surface Area: 0 square fee, more or less EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 6 of 27 IXH( p 4. Golf Course Maintenance Facility 7C of7Rgo7of7 Lot Size: Refer to Employee Housing Restriction document. Permitted uses:Maintenance Facilities, Offices and Repair Shops, Fuel Farm, Storage. Building Site Coverage: 13,340 square feet more or less. Open Space Percentage: 86.8 percent more or less Building Height: 21 feet above finish grade Required Parking: .16 spaces Parking and Maintenance Surface Area: 15,200 square feet more or less 17 of 0iwpm135.. x. L- EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 7 of 27 sHOwMass cure DOLE COURSE nwuwoa DOSM MAP1TOW E AREA xam/nmlaaeae Nur aaeO F OYESUN I PROPOSED EMPLOYEE rnvma ROU59(O(PR R) III I. urtra 1 4 Mtl I I JJ WATER k - o H 00 0 LEGEND 1 J I' EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 8 of 27 s C SF I n I. CLUB COMMONS PHASE II N Q SNORRvfASS VILLAGE aa* 1 m 99 tlA I N S a PUKIN COUNTY,COLORADO a N 00 0momV W WQ. a a---- v--- - L— L ' t ] P. B AA REEK ROAD PROPOSEDSfR, EETu T are r in LIGRT. BOLLARDS, Six ( 6) TOTAL. 3 EXISTING PLUS 3 I Q w 1 t f/ PROPOSED BOLLARDS I o I PROPOSEDSTREETLIGHT o . 0 RiS& IVIED JAN 10 2001 1 \ rte ' I ar .... LJ . \ I (. OPI\. • J, c\ ' LIGHTING PLAN BOLIARD II r Op EXB- 05 EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 11 of 27 I I 1 i fr as wnz syaWOWAND w PROPOSM CULVERT If Rep - - —_ — asrs - Elmm MWEIMa nun. . DIM m BUS TURN-AROUND. SINGLE LANE (16' WIDTH) naIMINIMUM40' INSIDE RADIUS e20' RADIUS ENTERING TURN-AROUND I 1 1IIII s 1I II I J I sa . p:. m`- sue CIA go Isi rus N I I way Se W w 1 I I I 65 a titi ZE I I I Itl t EXg- 04 0 I ASPEN&SNOWMASS ASPEN SRI049 COMPAW Planning Department EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 13 of 27 December 15,2006 Jim Wahlstrom Senior Planner Community Development Department T Y Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO. 81615 Re: Club Commons It Preliminary Plan Application FAR Dear Jim: As requested, below please find a description of the methodology used to calculate the Floor Area of the proposed buildings as indicated in the Mitigation Allocation Chart in the Club Commons Phase II Preliminary Plan Application.As stated in the application,the project proposes to use 100 percent of the Floor Area as required mitigation for the Snowmass Base Village project.As such the calculated areas are subject to Article IV Division 4, Standards for Restricted Housing. 1. Basis of FAR Methodology: Pursuant to Article IV Division 4,Standards for Restricted Housing in the TOSV LUC;The square footage per employee (Sectiont 6A-4-410(b)Square Footage Per Employee)shall be measured per the TOSV Floor Area Ratio(FAR) methodology(Section 16A-3-210(b) Measuring Floor Area) 2. Measuring Floor Area:All floor areas are calculated per the TOSV LUC.All floor areas are measured to the outside face of the primary exterior walls. Both general exclusions and exclusions specifically for mufti-family dwellings are used.as follows: 3. General Exclusions: a. The on grade deck areas in both buildings are enclosed by 42"high railings and do not meet the exclusion requirement,therefore they included in the FAR area calculations. b. Mechanical room in the A24 and the mechanical closets at the B12 exterior balconies are excluded from total FAR square footage and are not included in the mitigation allocation chart. Mechanical shafts are also excluded c. The first floor stairways in the A24 building are considered to be open,outdoor spaces with horizontal floor projections above.The first floor area below these projections that extend beyond four feet is calculated at fifty percent.The stairways in the B12 building are also considered to open, outdoor spaces wfth roofs above.The first floor area below these projections that extend beyond four feet is calculated at fifty percent.The stairs above the first floor are not included. d. The A24 Building above grade decks have a total area of 1,408 SF and the B12 Building above decks have a total area of 570 SF. Both building deck areas are sr Aspen Skiing Company JCF P.O.Box 1248 DEC 16 2006 Aspen,CO 81612 970.925.1220 sanOyrcny- `: V111"ge Commun ilopment ASPENC )SNOWMASS ASPEN Ski1Ne COMPANY within 12 percent of maximum allowable floor area and are therefore excluded from the mitigation chart. EXHIBIT "A" 4. Exclusions specifically aagee 1callyformultRamityunits: P o 14 off 27 a. The first floor storage units in the A24 building are allocated by the Property Manager to each unit with a minimum of one storage locker per unit. Each unit has unlimited covered access to the storage facility.With 622 SF of storage area the lockers do not exceed five percent of the building area and are included in the mitigation chart. The storage lockers at each unit deck in the B12 Building are also included. As always, please do not hesitate to contact Mark Vogele or myself with any questions or concerns. Thank you, Gerardus H. Van Moorsel, AIA ASC Project Manager Aspen Skiing Company P.O.Box 1248 Aspen,CO 81612 970.925.1220 EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 15 of 27 MITIGATION ALLOCATION CHART—Revised 12f15/06 D.U.Arco Porch Area Circulation Storage 1"Floor FAR per floor ' Stairway area Bulldin A24 SMBV Floor 1 7,496 of 704 of 793 at 822 of 270 at 9885 sf SMBV Floor 2 7,496 of 0 793 at 0 0 8,289 of SMBV Floor 3 7,496 of 0 793 of 0 0 8,289 at Building B12 SMBV Floor 1 3,872 at 349 of 0 56 of 243 of 4,520 of SMBV Floor 2 3,872 of 0 0 58 of 0 39281 SMBV Floor 3 3,872 of 0 0 56 of 0 3,928 sf Total FAR per Lend Use Code 34,104 of 1 1,053 of 1 2,379 of 790 sf 613 of 38,899 si LAND USE TABLE Total Site Area 5.18 acres Total Building Coverage 21% Total Parking Drives And Sidewalks 44.5% Total Landscaped Area 34.5% Total Open Space 79.% AREA AREA USE ACRES SOUAPE FEET TOTAL, Existing Employee Housing 0.418 18,19Q 9.7 Multi-Family Building Covem a I Residential Lots E)dsting Maintenance 0.338 14,724 8.2 Maintenance Facility Facility auildin Coverage Proposed Employee 0.334 14,544 6.1 Muftl-Famfly Housing Building Coverage Residential Lots Perking,Drives and 2.303 100,358 44.7 Muff-Family Sidewalks Paddnq Landscaped Space 1.787 77,832 31.3 Landscaped Area Total 5.18 100% Density 18.55 DUfA(Gross) RECEIVED DEC 15 2006 n0Vif0a66 VillacJE: Community Devetopmen! 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YpfA n ynOb iwMEXHIBIT" A" j Pc Rasp 07- 2 Papa 19 o(2) EMS i mran eut ii,, wrmoa aaiw i ov4e t ` i Q , n i u V FAST FLOOR a BUILDING B72 G G Chi'-'. $ v yFS& J C veA ASIEO( PSA06MASS I EXHIBIT" A" PG Reno 07. 2 pq 2D of 27 o I EE3; U f' vc d ', 7a'" 1 s J:,-* c t . GIs, Z. 5 Z- gf L u3A f WLDING a B12 W p f sPenglsrorrssxEXHIBIT , A" PC Reso 07- 2 Page 21 of 37 O RR V ti 1 s iEaf' v n ti waJ — d23 14'¢ 19 96 z rimeFLOOR13uILCINOB12amp u445Mr. e modd-,,` :''''iti;5 fr,`•'r r!I.Ssa:; "a:—=—,. 11`` I, Il vt ly; }'r }ht lmuiuogll' I 1F f umi j-P`I•-_^ .14 M X(t(tr 1 ir 1 'I Itl d mlmn:ni 4 ti"5 11_-U 1 , 6t, z l upu 1rt t l .kl I NISI .III i 3h1`rxltid 'OICi 'mnl fps b l k I rt % G nv y wetD —IS1iA7 / 1 siI `, il hIII °I If rs 1 y lluiN(n pn ml nl ,r ti fi° I I i• ° }I s I il+ilr• i NIINIA 11;''''}I' rl fii tll H'iwrin 11 ia'. s Ti Ix' Fv, I 11 1'i U III N 5 i P,1 1 a}1t11mzw%wx 514 I L' in:nt 3a.. C a'e lJ t f, illl ll 'It y y tFClk IHIIYIMI{gpil N{IIfP, ,} ' fi ^- 7 o+f F I i iLaf l VIII If'I I SI4 I I v WI nnl qu I f,,h c1 m YI rn tia)P ,rr /I, fI 1US r,Liy . 81 >3'il pp ' i era u p 47 41. 1111 WAS rIFr1ftl t / ,g ri:; I`n2J111RW UlIWII # EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 24 of 27 13 3g ' m . 0z itu o I, m . r Y v®mmppmm5mmmae mm i W `oc a } l 7 i i s b I ° CLUB COMMONS H a W SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO D 0 EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-2 Page 25 of 27 y0 m 1 I NOm , F' D 2 9®flflE090flBD €mCfit a CLUB COMMONS H .I nillI o e m SNO VILLAGE,COLORADO al D Q n N 0 O O mN C a CL w ASPENTSNONMASS. n . 0n z O a=LAYOUT PLAN Qz FRONT ELEVATION e+.n r- vu-+ r 0 g esw. oe nre 43 qq SIDE ELEVATION g SIDE ELEVATION r + ns+ r. rr m.. w u® tt F" RP IEL AMNS g MAINTENANCE SHED j E.. r A1 . 21 SNOWMASS ASPEN MOUNTAIN ASPEN HIGHLANDS BUTTERMILK A S P E N CP S N O W MA S SwJanuary22,2007 ASPEN SKIING COMPANY EXHIBIT "Ala Re:Snowmass Golf Maintenance Facility Aboveground Storage Tank PC Reso 07-2 Page 27 of 27 To Whom it May Concern: There is one aboveground storage tanks at the Snowmass Golf Course vehicle maintenance facility. The double-walled tank contains 500 gallons ofdiesel and 1500 gallons of gasoline. These tanks and surrounding facilities are inspected for compliance annually by the state oil inspector. In connection with the redevelopment of this site we will be incorporating all requirements of the Oil Pollution Prevention regulations at Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations,Part 112,(40 CFR 112),including required secondary containment able to collect 3,200 gallons of fuel in the event of a complete failure of a fuel delivery vehicle. In addition,Aspen Skiing Company(ASC)will be hiring a.qualified firm to empty and relocate the aboveground storage tank. That firm will be required to have trained spill response staff on site and spill kits at hand. Staff at the Snowmass GolfMaintenance Facility are trained annually in spill response according to 40 CFR 112.7(a)(3)(iixiv)and have spill kits, including absorbent booms, on hand near the refueling area.Training requirements are listed in section 8.0,page 23, of ASC's Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan,which was updated on June 3,2004 and approved as meeting federal regulations by Kenneth L. Walter of the Walter Group. (970) 255-8017. Please don't hesitate to contact me should be there questions about the relocation of this aboveground storage tank or ASC's ability to meet federal regulations at the new facility. Sincerely, Auden Schendler Director of Environmental Affairs Aspen Skiing Company PO Box 1248 Aspen, CO 81612 970) 300-7152 fx(970)300-7154 www.aspensnowmass.com/enviroriinent P.O.Goa 1248 Aspen,CO 81612-1248 970925.1220 j www.asponsnowmass.eom TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: March 5, 2007 Agenda Item: OPEN AND CONTINUE PUBLIC HEARING - SNOWMASS CENTER: PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION AND MODIFICATIONS THERETO FOR THE PROPOSED SNOWMASS CENTER REDEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION PLAN PROJECT. Continue public hearing to April 2, 2007 Meeting) Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: Should this public hearing item be continued to April 2, 2007? General Info: Per the last meeting discussion on February 51h that primarily focused upon proposed community purposes for the Center's variations, the Applicant has requested additional time to address some of the concerns and related core issues for the project. Pursuant to Code Section 16A-5-70(2)d, Continuance of public hearing, The body conducting the public hearing may, on its own motion or at the request of the applicant, continue the public hearing to a fixed date, time and place. An applicant shall have the right to request and be granted one (1) continuance. All subsequent continuances shall be granted at the discretion of the body conducting the public hearing only upon good cause shown." The chronological records of the project files and the related amendments show that the Applicant has previously requested continuation of the Town Council public hearing on May 15, August 7 and August 21, 2006. The initial public hearing before Town Council meeting occurred on February 21, 2006 and has been continued since that time. The Applicant's 1S` 2nd and 3rd Amendments to the Preliminary Plan application were accepted by separate resolutions subsequent to the initial public hearing. The Planning Commission also held concurrent reviews and public hearings on the 3`d amendment to the preliminary plan application, as remanded by Council, begun September 6, 2006 and finished their review and recommendations via three separate resolutions as of November 1, 2006. Attachments: See the attached Applicant's letter dated February 14, 2007 requesting the continuation of the public hearing to April 2, 2007 including their reasons. Council Options: 1. Open the public hearing and allow for public comments, if any; and 2. Grant the Applicant's request for continuation of the public hearing to April 2, 2007; or 3. Deny the Applicant's request for public hearing continuation and close the public hearing. Over 1 Staff Staff recommends that the following outline be followed for this item: Recommendation: 1. Staff introduction of the item; 2. Allow for Applicant input if any; and 3. Open the public hearing, allow public comment if any; and 4. Continue the public hearing to April 2nd Note: Staff has alerted the Applicant that if they wish to submit materials or other information for the April 2, 2007 Council meeting that it be delivered by March 14 to allow time for staff review, referral if needed, and to prepare a report in time for the April 2 meeting. 2 Brush Creek Capital Holdings, LLC 132 West Main Street Ste.A Aspen,CO 81611 Phone 970-544-0620 Fax 970-920-3384 i Mr.Jim Wahlstrom RE(CIE TrL DTownofSnowmassVillage11VL'.11J/ 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village,CO 81615 FEB 16 LOOT February 14, 2007 Snowmass Village Community Development Re: Snowmass Center Redevelopment- Continuation of the Public Hearing Dear Mr. Wahlstrom, Brush Creek Capital Holdings,LLC is requesting a continuation of the Public Hearing from March 5,2007 to April 2, 2007. This request is in response to the discussions at the February 5,2007 Council meeting. The applicant would like to request additional time to study the implications of leaving the service station in the core,construction timing and phasing, community benefits as well as other items. Best Regards, Patrick N. Smith Brush Creek Capital Holdings, LLC TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: RUSSELL FORREST, TOWN MANGER SUBJECT: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: MARCH 5, 2007 SKITTLES LIFT Chris Conrad, Planning Director Neither Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 (Base Village PUD), or Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005 (Snowmass Mountain PUD), contained provisions requiring special or architectural review of any of the new ski terminal landings; however, the Aspen Skiing Company did agree to look into the addition of stone and color treatment to the pulse gondola landing station at the mall. This was to have occurred this past summer but was postponed until this coming summer. Unfortunately, the funding mechanism has now changed and the work is no longer budgeted at this time. It is their intention to do something, but that would depend upon the GID or another funding source. POST OFFICE — OFFICE PACK RECYCLING Hunt Walker, Public Works Director Up until seven years or so ago the Town picked up office pack as well as newspapers on it's recycling route because the Pitkin County Landfill accepted co-mingled paper products. People could throw office pack, catalogs, nbwspapers, and other paper products in their paper recycling container, and The Town would pick up the co-mingled paper with it's Recycle Truck and store it in one of two recycle bins on the truck. The other bin on the truck is used for commingled aluminum and steel cans, glass bottles, and #1 and #2 plastic bottles. Once the Pitkin County landfill stopped accepting commingled paper the Town devoted the paper recycle bin on the truck to newspapers only. Since we still wanted to provide people the ability to recycle office pack and magazines, we located a roll off container in the Operations Facility employee parking lot compartmentalized for office pack and magazines. The Post Office could provide different containers for paper products on site and periodically transport them to our roll off at the Operations Facility. Manager's Report 03-05-07 Page 3 of 3 COMMUNITY SATISFACTION SURVEY Kathleen Wanatowicz, Public Relations Background A direct action item in the CMIMP addressed collecting data on impacts of construction and quality of life as a priority. In almost thirty years of government service, the Town of Snowmass Village has not administered a thorough statistical satisfaction survey on Town services and programs. Periodically, Departments will survey constituents on a particular issues like employee housing, transportation or special events, but we do not have information on our organization as a whole. Request This is a one-time request for an approval to go forward with implementing a Community Survey this summer. Every other year after this year, the cost of a survey will be included in the Town's budget. Town of Snowmass Village needs consistent measurable data on town services, customer service, and customer satisfaction. We are approaching major milestones with new development, new town departments, new facilities, and new staff. It is important to collect feedback from the citizens we serve. Why a Community Satisfaction Survey: A survey will teach us what motivates our residents and what's important to them. A survey will provide deeper insight to key topics. Rather than relying on subjective "gut" feelings, we can gather objective information to make sound data-driven decisions. Surveying provides a "snapshot" of our target population and their attitudes on Town services etc. A survey will help us establish a baseline from which we can compare whether target population attitudes and perceptions relative to the survey problem are getting better or worse over time. We can have participants score us in different areas. Surveying gives credibility to our service quality. Survey Questions Each Department will be asked to participate in developing survey questions. Questions will address everything from levels of satisfaction of town services to impacts of growth and construction. Survey Companies Manager's Report 03-05-07 Page 3 of 3 The value and credibility the Town will get from using a reputable company will make the survey results legitimate and non-bias. We might get some criticism for conducting a survey in which we might base future decisions that is conducted internally. While there are several companies that survey government agencies, I am recommending we use RRC and Associates this year. We can send an RFP in subsequent years. See attached. TOSV FUNDING REQUEST FROM EOTC David Peckler, Transit Department Head Staff would like to approach the Elected Officials Transportation Committee EOTC) to request funding for study and work on the Mall Transit Station. The total request for financial assistance from the EOTC will be for $230,000. See David Peckler's memo, attached, for more details. R RC A S S O C I A T E S Research• Planning• Design January 22,2007 Kathleen Wanatowicz Community Relations Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 via email: kwanatowicz(a,tosv.com Dear Kathleen: We appreciate the opportunity to provide you with the following proposal to conduct a citizen survey for the Town of Snowmass Village to determine community perceptions and attitudes regarding a number of different topics. RRC Associates is experienced in conducting these types of surveys in a variety of communities and we are confident that we can customize a research program to meet your needs. Prior Experience. As you are aware, we have conducted similar studies for a number of mountain resort communities including Vail, Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs, Estes Park, Telluride, Pagosa Springs, etc. In addition,we have also conducted a number of housing and transportation-related studies in the Snowmass/Aspen/Pitkin County area. As a result, we are familiar with many of the issues related to conducting surveys in your area. In addition,we propose to offer some comparisons to work we have done in other mountain towns as a means of"benchmarking" some of the Snowmass findings. We suggest the Town consider the following three alternative approaches for the community survey: I. A Web-based Survey. We understand the Town has an email list that could be used as a base list for the community survey. We propose that the Town consider mailing to the available list. In addition,the Town could also encourage additional participation through advertising and other promotional efforts to invite citizens and second homeowners to complete the survey on an"open" web site. This technique would also result in building a more extensive list of"opted in" households. This list would allow the Town to efficiently communicate directly with interested citizens about various topics, including issues related to ongoing construction. 2. A Mailback Survey with an Internet Option. A mail survey could be distributed to all known permanent residences and a sample of Snowmass Village second homeowners. (We recommend an initial mailing to all available resident households using the best available list, and approximately 600 second homeowners using the Assessor's data base. ). A mailback survey would provide an efficient means of reaching residents and second homeowners alike. The cover letter to the mail survey would invite response via either completing the enclosed mailback survey(in the postage paid envelope to be provided)or via an Internet survey by going online to an address that we will provide. The mail and Web surveys would be very similar, allowing data from both sources to be reviewed separately,then merged if it is deemed appropriate. The point of providing both types of opportunities to complete the survey is to allow maximum flexibility for respondents; some prefer 4940 Pearl East Circle,Suite 103 • Boulder, Colorado 80301 • TEL 303/449-6558 • FAx 303/449-6587 K. Wanatowicz Town of Snowmass Village 1/22/07 pg. 2 the mail format while others prefer the Web. The two options can be provided at relatively minor additional cost. 3. A Combination of a Mail/Web Survey with Telephone Followup.This approach would combine both mail/web and telephone techniques. We suggest that if you choose this approach you might consider an initial mailing of 1,500 resident households and 1,000 second homeowners, as well as a telephone "followup" survey to 100 households. This approach allows the issue of non-response"to be addressed through telephone surveys and while it may be unnecessary, it is worth considering as you evaluate your options. Each of these approaches has its respective pros and cons; all are credible and frequently utilized research methods. The addition of the telephone survey adds cost and addresses the "non-response bias"which is sometimes viewed as a concern in mailback surveys (except that a portion of households do not have land line telephones, or will refuse to participate). The mailback/Web survey is less expensive than adding the costs of telephoning and permits the respondent to complete the questionnaire in the privacy and convenience of his home; however,only a portion of households receiving the survey (typically anywhere from 20 to 25 percent) will take the time to do so. Whatever the method for fielding,we anticipate that the survey would be designed to address a number of topics of local interest. In addition, we would also include a variety of demographic questions such as age, gender, length of residency, location of residence, occupation,household income, voter registration and recent election participation. These questions will help analyze the results of the survey; responses would be reported both in terms of overall responses,but also by the various demographic segments. Budget. The estimated budget and the anticipated products associated with each of the three alternative approaches is summarized as follows: 1. Web Survey RRC would design and prepare an email survey for distribution to your list, and to other respondents that would be solicited through the advertising. The report would include both an executive summary of key findings as well as a more detailed discussion of results and their implications. If desired,RRC could also provide a brief Power Point package of the report highlights. The cost of this work would be$7,500. 2. Web/Mail Survey RRC would print cover letters and surveys, as well as postage paid return envelopes, and field both a mailback and Web version of the survey to a total of approximately 1,500 resident/second home households. Additionally,we will provide unique codes for the surveys to ensure that there is no falsification of forms. Our budget is all-inclusive and anticipates the cost of survey development and production, implementation,tabulation of the results by key population segment, and a short written overview report. The report would include both an executive summary of key findings as well as a more detailed discussion of results and their implications. If desired, RRC could also provide a brief Power Point package of the report highlights. The cost of this work would be 11,000. K. Wanatowicz Town ofSnowmass Village 1/22/07 pg. 3 3. Mail/Phone Survey This approach involves conducting a mailback survey among 1,500 resident households and 1,000 second homeowners, as well as a telephone follow-up. This estimate includes design,printing and mailing of the surveys, data entry and analysis, and report writing(all steps identified above)as well as completing 100 telephone calls. The format of the report would be similar to that noted above, but the reporting would be slightly more complex to address the three types of data collection. The cost of this approach would be approximately$13,000. As mentioned previously, all of these approaches are reasonable methodologies. We can discuss specifics regarding which one would be best for your purpose. In developing these approaches we are focused on finding the appropriate balance between a large enough sample size and the lowest possible costs. Depending upon your resources, needs and objectives, we could modify the survey method selected to either increase or decrease the sample size. In any case, we would work with you on development of the questionnaire and the report formats in order to provide you with the best possible product. I would serve as principal in charge of the research effort, and Mike Simone would be the Senior Research Analyst and the person most involved in the implementation of the project. Mike has served in a similar role on a number of community surveys that we have completed over the past several years. We are excited about the potential to work with you on this project. As mentioned,we have considerable experience in working on these types of projects, and recognize their importance to the community. Please let us know if you have any questions or need further information. We look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, RRC ASSOCIATES, INC. Director RRC ASSOCIATES RESEARCH • PLANNING • DESIGN 4940 pearl east circle I boulder,co 80301 1 303.449.6558 1 www.rrcassoc.com RRC's Community Survey Experience RRC has extensive experience with community surveys for towns and cities as a tool for obtaining input to comprehensive plans. Typically, the goal of the studies is to obtain citizen input on a variety of topics related to determining community needs and priorities for the future (and how they will be paid for), as well as evaluating current city services. Frequently the goal is to establish and imple-ment a comprehensive vision of a city's future, supported by community-wide consensus. The studies also assist in the formulation of policy statements that guide the assessment of city Comprehensive Plans and Growth Management Policies. Some recent clients include: Wheat Ridge Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Study r Town of Carbondale Retail Expenditure Survey 111 S Telluride Comprehensive Plan Town of Pagosa Springs, Community Survey City of Norman, Oklahoma Community Survey r•, Washington City, Utah Community Survey City of Steamboat Springs Community Survey Town of Vail Community Survey North Lake Tahoe Community Survey r Town of Erie, Colorado Community Survey Telluride Master Plan Town of Breckenridge Community Survey Park County,Colorado Planning Survey Glenwood Springs Community Survey Chaffee County Planning Survey Grand County, Colorado Master Plan Survey x' t.R..t ° t"' ,g t 7,t t ty,` 7 RJh 9 If a.t"ri l6r-V, 7,f,it tt)tY. giNff n A11I5k L'1'`_.a._..i a/ 'b: j U.J'•1. 1 i Washington City,Utah Community Survey1.4 by Steamboat Springs Community Survey Vv Ui In a' .yt. North Lake Tahce Community Survey t fir+ ,"•ti Breckenridge Community Survey p x rulia .I• r k f Town of Vail Community Survey The State of Vail Project Breckenridge Community Survey 1 l MEMO To: Russell Forrest,Town Manager From: David Peckler,Transportation Director Date: March 5,2007 Re: Manager's Report Item: Request for EOTC Funding for Mall Transit Station Project Staff would like to approach the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC)to request funding for study and work on the Mall Transit Station.The next meeting of the EOTC will be on April 19, 2007. Staff would like to request at that meeting that the EOTC approve funding for the following activities related to the Mall Transit Station: 110,000 for Environmental Assessment of potential site for the Mall Transit Station. This is a requirement of both the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) as well as the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT.) Staff hopes for the Environmental Assessment to be completed within 90 to 120 days. It is our hope to receive a Categorical Exclusion for the site to move forward with the study of the project;and, 40,000 to support work by our consultant, Urban Innovations to complete: grant applications, review of the Environmental Assessment, and develop funding agreements with our partners in the private sector; and, 35,000 for final appraisal of property in the area of the Mall Transit Station, title search of the property considered in the project, and survey of the property considered in the Joint Development agreement;and, 45,000 for public outreach to include advertising, publications, meeting rooms, and printed materials. The total request for financial assistance from the EOTC will for$230,000. The project had a carryover in the EOTC 2007 budget of $300,000. Staff is defining the expenditures to the ETOC for their approval. Page 1 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 St Patrick's Day 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 i1 jIMon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. Daylight Savings Time Starts 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Easter Sunday 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. EOTC Meeting 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Club Commons II - Employee Housing PUD - Preliminary Plan Application Supplemental Materials Presented to Planning Commission Submitted for Town Council Review 51; Ik Ak GC: f E + a r t j c 111 L t Ae i March 5, 2007 Town of Snowmass Village s ^` e MAR o 12007 Town Council Meeting SnorassVlla e Community Development A ASPEN ( SNOrWMASS ASPENCSNOWM, ASS Planning, Department within 12 percent of maximum allowable floor area and are therefore excluded from the mitigation chart. 4.. Exclusions specifically for multi- family units: December 15, 2006 a. The first floor storage units in the A24 building are allocated by the Property Manager to each unit with a minimum of one storage locker per unit. Each unit has unlimited Jim Wahlstrom covered access to the storage facility. With 622 SF of storage area the lockers do not Senior Planner Community Development Department exceed five percent of the building area and are included in the mitigation chart. The Town of Snowmass Village storage lockers at each unit deck in the 612 Building are also included. P. O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO. 81615 As always, please do not hesitate to contact Mark Vogele or myself with any questions or Re: Club Commons II Preliminary Plan Application FAR concerns. Dear Jim: Thank you, As requested, below please find a description of the methodology used to calculate the Floor Area of the proposed buildings as indicated in the Mitigation Allocation Chart in the Club Commons Phase II Preliminary Plan Application. As stated in the application, the project Gerardus H. Van Moorsel, AIA proposes to use 100 percent of the Floor Area as required mitigation for the Snowmass Base Village project. As such the calculated areas are subject to Article IV Division 4, Standards for ASC Project Manager Restricted Housing. MITIGATION 1. Basis of FAR Methodology: Pursuant to Article IV Division 4, Standards for Restricted ALLOCATION CHART— Revised 12116106 Housing in the TOSV LUC; The square footage per employee ( Sectionl 6A- 4- 41 0( b) Square A, ha , Footage Per Employee) shall be measured per the TOSV Floor Area Ratio ( FAR) methodology( Section 16A- 3- 210( b) Measuring Floor Area) SMllaln or1 Stairway air. SMBV Floor 1 7. 496 at 704 at 793 sf 822 at 270 sf 8885 si SMBV Floor 2 7 486 sf 0 793 ai 0 0 6289 st 2. Measuring Floor Area: All floor areas are calculated per the TOSV LUC. All floor areas are B BVnRB12 7496s 0 793 at o o ezasar measured to the outside face of the primary exterior walls. Both general exclusions and SMBV Floor, 36726 349 sf 0 56 st 243 sf 4520si exclusions specifically for multi- family dwellings are used as follows: Slv8VFioor3 s6iisi o o s6 sr o 39922esi Tonal FAR per Land Use Cod. 34, 104 at 1, 063 of 2, 379 at 780 of 613 sf 38, 839 of 3. General Exclusions: a. The on grade deck areas in both buildings are enclosed by 42" high railings and do LAND USE TABLE not meet the exclusion requirement, therefore they included in the FAR area a calculations. Total site Area 5. 18 acres b. Mechanical room in the A24 and the mechanical closets at the B12 exterior balconies Total Building Coverage 21% Total Perking Drives are excluded from total FAR square footage and are not included in the mitigation And Sidewalks 44. 5% allocation chart. Mechanical shafts are also excluded Total Landscaped Area 34. 5% Total Open Space 79.%. c. The first floor stairways in the A24 building are considered to be open, outdoor spaces with horizontal floor projections above. The first floor area below these AREA AREA USE projections that extend beyond four feet is calculated at fifty percent. The stairways in ACRES SQUAREFEET TOTAIL the 1312 building are also considered to open, outdoor spaces with roofs above. The Existing Employee Housing 0. 418 8,, 96 XLandscaped Famlly Buildin Covere a en8al Lots first floor area below these projections that extend beyond four feet is calculated at Existing Maintenance 0. 336 14, 724 enance Facility fifty percent. The stairs above the first floor are not included. prop BaEm cavere e yp Proposed Employee 0, 334 4, 544 Residential Housing Building Coverage entlal Lots d. The A24 Building above grade decks have a total area of 1, 408 SF and the B12 Parking, Drives and 2. 303 oo, 3se Family, Sidewalks Building above decks have a total area of 570 SF. Both building deck areas are Landscaped space 1. 767 77, 632 caped Area Total 5. 18 Aspen Skiing Company Aspen Skiing Company Density 18. 55 DU/ A( Grass) P. O. Box 1248 P. O. Box 1248 Aspen, CO 81612 Aspen, CO 81612 970. 925. 1220 970. 925. 1220 0 0 U J P, B.,",_ aoa vm lnnmers" xl pn: 9msn- Pow Dmre" COaPMa m9rosvP- Pa/ em: pM® Tbmccan ASPEN() SNOWMASS. 1" PDems2u n: rroszsawo 13'- 9" 11'- 9" 13'- 9" 13'- 9" 11'- 9" 13'- 9" 13'- 9" 11'- 9" 13'- 9" APmc0e1612 myros s 202'- 11" 32'_ 5" 9'- 10" 39,_ 574" E 39'- 6 39'- 514" 9'- 10" 32'_ 5" FD 4'- 974" 6'- 3" 8'- 8>5" 1T- SY:" 9'- 10" 9'- 1 11'- 6Y," 9'- 2" 9' 8" WAY 11'- 674" 9'- 2" 9' 9'- 174" 11'- 6YP" 9'- 2" 9' n 10" 17'- 5Y," UNIT 4 UNIT UNIT 4 e2 BED/ 28A BED/ 2 BA BED/ 2 BA O 0 937 SF 9378 937 SF n = n n n n II W I I co o UNIT 4BED/ 2BA 57(] 1 BED/ 2BATH U J bs M I 937 SF Iz xr 937 SF Q ci C/] m L II I 11 I II 1 Sv i d I II h II II II If T V UNIT 4 l! I a UNIT 4 BED 12 BA BED/ 2 BA 1 c 8 BED/ 2 BAT 937 SF 937 SF 3 937 Z, i+l low r N 2 J 153UFp FOR: DATE: J N N n 3CNEMAT1C t) E31GN 0]/ 3tR18 3'- 6Y2' 9Y:' 3- 6YP" 6'- 3" 22'- 775" 9'- 10" 9'- 1Y,' 11'- 674" 9'- 2" 918" 9'- 1YP" 11'- 674" 9'- 2" 9' 8" 9'- 174" 11'- 6YP" 9'- 2" 9'- 10" 22'- 7YP" 22'- 7Yz" 9' 40" 39- 534" 39- 6" 39'- 5h" 9,- 10 9'- 10" 22'- 7Y" 91- 9h., 202'- 11" 9- 9YP S+ gG' a o 0 o gQ 5r g00 0 OC CCSCsQC 7 FIRST FLOOR PLAN O(` Z o Q J ° Q ( FIRST FLOOR PLAN BUILDINGA24 G° BUILDING A24 n 727 V0 SCALE: ye°_ V-0 V' o ieuunw0 occuRnD+ ce a o o 00R' zenmwurs g O 0 Cl O ( 7( eQ UI. rtA" LOOR N War 0 0 " 4 40 V c U roruDnin Q od mvrecrsrwsc* m+ mv amwo fie ro,,. 0 Cra 99 Da.... mxN a eexmmx- v1x ASPIK( SKIDWMASS. v°e"., xw vnvmsssvm Asvemc° aau m, mnsaers 1 1n n 11'_ 9" 1 13'- 9" 13'- 9" 11•_ 9» 13'_ 9• 13'- 9" 11'_ 9» 13'_ 9'. 203'- 6" 33'- 0" 9'- 10" 39'- 5Yx" 39'- 6" 39- SK" 9'- 10" 32'- 5" 4'- 9Yx" 9Yx" 6'- 10" 8'- 8Y4' 17'- 574" 9'- 10" 9'- 1K" 11'- 6K" 9'- 2" 9' 9'- 1K" 11'- 6K" 9'- 2" 9' 8" 9'- 1K" 9'- 10" 17'- 5K" 8'- 8K" 6'- 3" Ind UNIT4 33 UNIT 4 UNIT 4 Z a BED/ 2BA BED/ 2BA H BED/ 2BAT 937 SF - 937 SF 937 SF Li O UNIT 4 f y UNIT 4 Cl BED 12 BATH f Y 4 BED/ 2 BAT U X_j 937 SIF M n oF_ Mme- 937 SF M I II II UNIT 4 UNIT 4 UNIT 4 BED/ 2BA BED/ 2BA I BED/ 2BA o W 937 SF 937 SF 937 SIP m v r L ISSUED FOR. DATE: L SCHEMATIC DESIGN 07/3,/ 06 D Dn 6'- 10" 8'- 8 " 17'- 574" 11'- 6Yx" 6' 9'- 2" 9'- 10" 1T- 574" 8'- 8K" - 3" K 15'- 6K" 1T3K" 9'- 10" 39'- 5Yx" 39'- 6" 39'- 5K" 4'- 9K 9'- 10" 17'- 574' 203'- 6" 14 11 Jl 11 C, S VV OCV o W lO U'\ l W TYPICAL BUILDING A24 AN FLOOR PLAN BUILDING A24 BUILDING A24 I sDALE:,/ 6•=,..- 0. G(/ 0 V euRnwc ocww+ F,+ c U BIINI, 8fflWR N NT. LL UN115 YbOIECISY»] RLfMd41e q] 21011Mmx SMIN M:A] 591- 1901 Oema4 CO MMS 1e9G1 M- 21B] VK mepib® We" m m ASPSN( SHOWMASS. 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SCHEMATIC DESIGN 0]/ 31Po8 D CO fp i0 9Y" 1' 8'- SS" 17,_ 574 9'- 10° 9'- 1Y1" 11' RY1" 9'- 2" 9' 8" 9'- 1Yz' 11'- 674" 9'- 2" 9' 9'- 175" 11'- 6Y1" 9'- 2" 9'- 10" 1T- 5Y1" 8'- 874^ 6'- 3" 15- 6Y=" 17'- 514" 9'- 10" 39'- 5Y," 39'- 6" 39'- 5Y;' 4'- 9Y 9'- 1p" 17'- 5Yz' 203'- 6" 14- 11 p IT D v a V' y y TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN D / U QQQQ G W FLOOR PLAN BUILDING A24 BUILDING A24 J` ( j \ S V(` OVGV o ) 11 I00L i/e•= R s rNxffix e-, eepaooN/ lanm uxrra e UNR& flDOR M TOTALUNrtO Awn I$¢ IkY: SF MRO AWlalt vtlt- BOi- Fa• M11uNmeESirtH VR= 92-= 7 ppmv, COBWM 1e831 R- YYB) lNN lee® NCCertmm ASPEN c)) S NOWMASS, 9oM124 9R9N97, i6W qqq Ax M 0161 h9] 09 s Uf r z6 r tr6 ' n•6 ' n'6 ' tr6 3z6 L' ts'-r 6a• a VS tr.tV xza' trs iz-tl' tz-A Zp B'a9- Q s )^( -\\ I( p R I b o 0 uNRZ BTU b r'l z BFDIY 54TH Y BEO/ Y8A] H a W 9BB SF BBB SF FI1 iXl O Un B II B,r b BEDUNR 3 UNRt H s ) z BNTH I BEOt t SAT1 1 1Y% BF BBSF H CI] g a• s'a• tr-tr tra• z-tr TT-r z.a• ts•-P t sa vs s'a' ISSUED FOR: OATE'. z m SCHEMATIC DESIGN 08117/° S cs tz6 tt'6 tl'A• 11'9' 11'6 1z6 0 Q a FIRSTFIRST FLOOR PLAN a FIRST FLOOR PLAN BUILOING072 a J J 4 BUILDING B12 DDD SCPLE: 1(S'= 1•-0• snEEi nuuum: t BALL MOCGIFENM AIM t-1 BFDROOMIIBATXVIJ115 g z. zeeoaoon+ rz Bnrxu+ n3 t- BOmnownrx° Mxuwre 3 uxrtaFiooA 3 to TOruuwlS 1gLNIlECrs PR" CT g NuupER. 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Follal 8 011: 9189233M1' p AWp 001612 ftfM 75 12% t 11'% 1• I, w 1• , t•% 1• 55'p 12-0 11 L O 1Sd Ctl PQ + YS• IMV 11r8' 14-11' 1S-T 6'Ja' ru p 1 II nJS S 0 a fi m b H UNR2 UNl2 I eso/ z&, TM zeFa/ ze. ATN W B668F I I I 1 I b 1 W xy II UNIT' UNRd 1 BmH BATH b IM SF TGO SF 1z386F b a b F II n m Ir$ 1 6•% vd Y% 2ra 1e-tl• vN• Iz-n• iz-r sue' s% ISSUED FOR DATE: 2v% Ir% I1•% rr% tz% SCHEMATICDESIGN 1= 17M o C5 xE,P„ x k NUT i TIIF: O TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN PANUSIEFLOOR PLAN BUILDING B12 BUILDING B12 SCALE: W= T-w sxEET xuMBER. BWDBM OLCNiENCE 1t-1 BBIiEdDFlR. OWOaMR/ zIBAT` Mn 22RM wa.BATM” IM3 o„y 12 TOTN IMIB MljCTS PROJECT iE 60.00 NUMBER: CLUBHOUSE C0 [ 1UIOl S PHASE II ph AA 2401 Lorimer s4eel ph: 30J 592- 2904 N Ommr. CO 80205 M: D3592 uc3157 OPEN SPACE MAP srEN sNOw ass Bo ph: 970923- 0 RS AsPe, Co 81612 M: 970 923- 4875 Y md W k SNOWMASS CLUB r GOLF COURSE i tdbel., om. aaeBB29 1 50 25 0 50 / aB9111m7s 1 I ORIGINAL SCALE: 1'= 50' / EXISTING MAINTENANCE AREA 1 r r + EXISTING EMPLOYEE HOUSING ( PH I) PROPOSED EMPLOYEE rc rp{s caonrs rFnp s couxrc HOUSING ( PH II) r y r p I I I I I 1" 1 I I 1 I I I I I W F%19, W0 W61W05 a r W r-__ - Y'---' 1 Tli' Al:' lCDU+ IIS T I 1 rswvrs Faims I I pie I I II BRUSH CRFfI( CIO 1 7 0 1 SNOWMASS WATER & SANI ON FACILITIES f l WA1EA fl£ V00N.) 9]0 W y W µ O m ISSUED FOR: PATE: PRELIMINARY DESIGN 10- 19-0B LEGEND W sH¢. n11c 1110 M> E ARD sue\ OPEN SPACE P 91 DNM. d' APm OPEN spM 4,981 WR 1.03ac r II L PHASE m 33.9] 1ap- h 0.75 ac sN[[ i NUMBfn: ACE y y r PW521 AND ANB WNIIEWNCC 115l, 1\ EXB- 04 1 OPEN SPIAFIApNO 100, J58 W-H :. JOoc W W + \ i TOTAL OPEN SPACE 178, 190 aq-R d.09ac X b1UECY5 PR0. 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M 81612 6c9N9 s tsea wv ava• BBV• i CONCRETE CONCRETE O RETAINING RETAINING WALL CONCRETE WALL F RETAINING r6nINTeHU6ce WALL MNNTENAWE p s EO SHED 1818 SF 1818 SF A LINE OF SUPPORT O SUPPORT COLUMN BEAM O BPO 1 O u U a n n W LAYOUT PLAN i l ASPHALT O SHINGLE ROOF T CONCRETE 1`/ 1 RETAINING M m WALL w v tr o LINE OF METAL METAL OPEN WEB y CONCRETE GRADE 43 n SUPPORT SUPPORT METAL TRUSS RETAINING tl O COLUMNS BEAM WALL BEYOND LINE OF ti— an BEYOND m3 2 FRONT ELEVATION A1. 21 SCALE: 1/8•= 1'-0• p r TG ISSUED FOR DATE: u 6 SCHEMATIC DESIGN 12/ 11108 I AT BAG OF 8HE0 33 TGUG OF1IES O A BRED GPAOE LEVEL 6BNE tkVEL U QIOVa SIDE ELEVATION SIDE ELEVATION oAi. 21 SCALE: 1/8•= 1'4* AL21 3CALE: 1/8•=,' 4)• rsnLAH veErnnc C FLOOR PLAN/ ELEVATIONS MAINTENANCE SHED a FLOOR PLAN/ ELEVATIONS MAINTENANCE SHED u SCALE: 118•= 1W A1 . 21 L pE ff g O v> mPGISVFORLl N1 4 wtlwl tl4 LL 2401 r, iO5 Street N 303 592- 2904 Dm ar, CO 80205 M: 303 592- 2347 em: pWCptbarc. com SPENC SNOWMASS I PO Box 1248 ph: 970 923- 5600 Aspen, GO BIIB BII2. J&. 9.].0J•, 9.2.3- 4LB.J5 I 149' qAC IlgOabe0e 4 20 1® Mlmn ORIGINAL SCALE: I = 20 a I PARKING DATA EXISTING PARKING 151 SPACES PROPOSED PARKING 62 SPACES I I LESS EX. PARKING REMOVED FOR DRNE LANE 9 SPACES H I II TOTAL PARKING 204 SPACES ETA TOTAL NEW PARKING 53 SPACES F+ el I o L/ p ss 0 9 ISSUED FOR: DATE: PRELIMINARY DESIGN 01- 10-07 ucr nnc PARKING PLAN SIEFr NUNBFR:EXB- 04 NUM BEMM Mn T WpI RUS\ CREEK ROAD W 2401 Latimer Street Ix: 303 592- 2904 penver, CO 80205 k: 303 592- 23 y ' plbCptborc. co,hm SPq SNOWMASS. I PO Box 1248 9h M 1nf5Bm F I \ I i IDfl6 AWm. 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RAF A4. 12 s FTm a» T Aram eI "<* Q Ilnoo wuLFm oR mN. MO RRWVL A@0. L 0 Loozd0 S31113S `9 ' ON NOiinios3m L ' ON3W11 VCIN39V Nl5HOIIVW uo :iinOONVH 70wlkno 1.(n7n 7f SNOWMASSVH,Ll frr6 Record of Decision Planning Director Administrative Modification #16 Building 13A The Applicants, Intrawest/Brush Creek Development Company LLC, and Brush Creek Land Company, LLC have applied for a "Planning Director Administrative Modification" pursuant to the review criteria and standards established in the Final PUD Guide of Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 ("Ordinance 21"), regarding the approval of the Base Village Final PUD (the Project"). The proposal is to make minor modifications to the exterior of the building roof configuration and design as well as to adjust the interior arrangements for Buildings 13A as specifically described in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Section One: PUD Guide Findings. Pursuant to the criteria in the Final PUD Guide referenced by Ordinance 21, the proposed changes, except as noted below, are permitted for administrative review as can be authorized for approval by the Town's Planning Director. After evaluation, the Town's Planning Director has found: 1. Commercial. The Applicant proposes decreasing the amount of "Commercial" space within Building 13A from 8,565 to 7,677 square feet. The Planning Director has the authority to permit the total amount of Commercial within a given building to be modified by up to 1,000 square feet. Therefore, the 888 square foot reduction in Building 13A is approved. Said approval, however, is based upon the representation that the 1,535 square foot "Ski Valet/Ski Rental" area on Lower Level 1 is to be leased/owned by the Aspen Skiing Company for rental to the general public and not exclusively for the owners and guests of Building 13A. 2. Commercial Service Areas. The Applicant proposes increasing the 7,020 square feet of "Commercial Service Area" (per Commercial Use Diagrams in Exhibit "B" of Ordinance 21) to 7,988 square feet. The Planning Director has the authority to permit the total amount of Commercial Services within the building to be modified by no more than 1,000 square feet. Therefore, the increase is approved. 3. Community Facilities. The Applicant proposes decreasing the amount of "Community Facilities' within Building 13A from 21,169 sq. ft. (PUD Guide Table 11: Lot 9 Buildout) to 20,360 sq. ft. The 809 square foot reduction in Community Facilities is within the authority of the Planning Director and is approved. Section Two: Specific Findings. Regarding the changes identified by the Applicant in Exhibit A", the Planning Director finds: 1. Relocating loading dock and garage entry. The relocation of the loading dock is hereby approved subject to the conditions contained in Section five below. Planning Director Adm. Mod. Record of Decision#16 Page 2 of 5 2. Pool area. The proposed modifications are generally consistent with and improve upon the site design depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 21 and are hereby approved. 3. Employee Housing. The addition of 2 units of employee housing to Building 13A is hereby approved. 4. Employee facilities. The relocation of the Employee facilities to Building 13B is hereby approved. 5. Mechanical Room. The proposal to create a central plant in Building 13A to serve the mechanical needs for both Buildings 13A & 13B is hereby approved. 6. Roof Slope. The increased tower and main roof slopes as proposed do not increase the roof ridge height and are approved as the proposed changes do not materially increase the mass and scale and are generally consistent with the architectural design depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 21. 7. Decorative Metal Brackets. The proposed metal brackets were reviewed by the Planning Director with direction from the Town Manager and are therefore approved. a. Stone Veneer. The overall stone quantity has remained equal to or greater than that shown in the PUD. The proposed modifications are generally consistent with the architectural design depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 21 and are hereby approved 8. Corner Balconies. The massing at the corner balconies has been reduced and simplified, are generally consistent with the architectural design depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 21 and are therefore approved. 9. Unit Balconies. The projected balconies at bump outs in the building better define massing, are generally consistent with the architectural design depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 21 and are therefore approved. 10. Stair Cores. The stair cores create feature elements that help to break up the massing, are generally consistent with the architectural design depicted on the applicable Design Drawings and Narrative Design Standards described in Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 21 and are therefore approved. 11. Banquet Room. The banquet and conference rooms, support services and restrooms Community Facilities) are generally consistent with the Final PUD approval in both size and in achieving the intended purpose, were reviewed by the Planning Director with direction from the Town Manager and are therefore approved. 12. Building 13B Entry Feature. Building 13B will be reviewed by the Planning Director pursuant to Paragraph 1 of the "Planning Director Review Procedures" ('Review Procedures") set forth in the PUD Guide of Ordinance 21; however, it can be stated that the proposed entry feature modifications for building 13B described in this application P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Base Village\Post Final PUD\Administrative Modifications\Building 13A\ROD#16- Bldgs 13A changes-FINAL.doc Planning Director Adm. Mod. Record of Decision#16 Page 3 of 5 are substantially consistent with the architectural plans and narrative described in, Ordinance 21. Final approval shall be by the Town Council pursuant to the Review Procedures applicable to Building 13B. 15.Windows at Restaurant. The window modifications are hereby approved. 16. Decks at employee housing units. The proposed modifications are hereby approved. 17. Building Setbacks. The Planning Director has determined that the building setback distances to property lines specifically dimensioned and shown on the Setback Plan map included as part of Ordinance 21 take precedent over the Paragraph "C" text description included within the diagram. The zero (0) foot setback proposed for the northerly deck and setbacks shown for Building 13A are, however, approved subject to the condition stated within Section Five below. Please be advised that the front back setback proposed for Building 13B will not be administratively approved and shall require Town Council approval pursuant to the Review Procedures applicable to Building 13B. This determination may be appealed to the Town Council pursuant to Section 16A-1-70 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code. 18. Landscaping. Exhibit "B" includes a description of the landscape plans and imagery concerning Lot 9 as a whole and said landscaping is hereby approved. A full-size copy scale: 1" = 20'-0") of Sheet L4.1 (Planting Plan) dated as revised January 8, 2007 shall be retained on-file in the Planning Department records for reference. Section Three: General Findings. With respect to those items which have been designated as approved within Section Two: Specific Findings above, the Planning Director further finds: 1. The changes are generally consistent with the provisions of the PUD Guide; 2. They do not have a substantially adverse effect on the neighborhood; 3. They do not have a substantially adverse impact on the enjoyment of land abutting upon or across the street from the project site; 4. They would not change the basic character of the project or the surrounding area; 5. They comply with all other applicable review standards of the Municipal Code, including: a. That the proposed modification is a result of circumstances that could not have been reasonably anticipated by the Applicant prior to or during the original approval process; and b. Any adverse impacts on surrounding properties from the proposed modification would be insubstantial. Section Four: Decision. The modifications listed above within Paragraph Two, Specific Findings as being approved, as generally described in more detail in: 1) Exhibit "A"; 2) the Snowmass Westin 13A Administrative Modification" application book dated April 25, 2006, as P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Base Village\Post Final PUDWdministrative Modifications\Building 13A\ROD#16- Bldgs 13A changes-FINAL.doc Planning Director Adm. Mod. Record of Decision #16 Page 4 of 5 revised July 14, 2006, on file with the Planning and Town Clerk Departments with supplemental sheets as further described in Exhibit "B"; 3) the final landscaping plan for Lot 9 as describe in Exhibit "B"; 5) the Development Statistics Matrix attached as Exhibit "C"; and 6) the Unit Configuration Summary attached as Exhibit "D", were approved on 22nd day of November, 2006 as documented within this Record of Decision dated January 23, 2007 subject to the conditions stated in Paragraph 5 below. Section Five: Conditions of Approval. The approval granted within Paragraph Two, Specific Findings, shall be subject to the following conditions: 1) The Applicant shall satisfy the applicable terms and conditions of Ordinance 21, Series of 2004, including but not limited to the Construction Management Plan, the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Commercial Units and PUD Guide. 2) The unit equivalency ("UE") for Building 13A has increased from 80.99 to 82.3 UE. The 367 EU limitation for the Project, as set forth in the PUD Guide, is not being modified. 3) As further modifications may occur, the Employee Housing mitigation requirements for Buildings 13A and 13B will be re-calculated prior to Certificates of Occupancy for each building. A Record of Decision will be completed adjusting the mitigation amount for Lot s 8 and 9 of the Project prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for the last building to be completed within either lot. 4) The colors and materials for all exterior modifications authorized by this Record of Decision shall be consistent with the material color board submitted with thus application on-file with the Planning Department. Any use of materials or colors not included on said board shall require specific Town written approval. Please be advised that said colors and materials shall be subject to Town Council approval for Building 13B pursuant to the Review Procedures applicable to said building. 5) This Record of Decision shall be recorded with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. Some documents referenced in Exhibit "B" are colored exhibits and shall be retained for review in the records of the Town Clerk's office. A color copy will also be on file in the Town Planning Department. 6) Buildings 13A and 13B shall satisfy the applicable provisions of Section Three, Condition No. 4, Fire Safety Enhancements, of Ordinance 21 unless further approval is granted pursuant to the Planning Director Review Procedures specified within the PUD Guide. 7) This Record of Decision is based on the application for Administrative Modification, and the supporting documents thereto, submitted by the applicant to the Town of Snowmass Village Planning Director as of the date of this Decision, including the plans and supporting documents of the Base Village application that was approved by the Town Council of Snowmass Village by Ordinance 21 and the authority vested in the Planning Director thereby. This Record of Decision pertains only to the subject matter contained in it and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous approvals, representations, and understandings of the parties. No supplement, modification, or amendment of this Decision shall be binding unless executed by the Planning Director. No waiver of any of the provisions of this Decision shall be deemed, or shall constitute, a waiver of any other provision, whether or not similar, nor shall any waiver constitute a continuing waiver. No waiver shall be binding unless executed by the Planning Director. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Base Village\Post Final PUMAdministrative Modifications\Building 13A\ROD#16- Bldgs 13A changes-FINAL.doc Planning Director Adm. Mod. Record of Decision#16 Page 5 of 5 8) The 1,535 square foot "Ski Valet/Ski Rental' area on Lower Level 1 is to be leased/owned by the Aspen Skiing Company for rental to the general public and not exclusively for the owners and guests of Building 13A. 9) The final landscape plan, attached as Exhibit "D", is approved subject to the condition that the plant legend for the shrubs at the gas regulator station shall include the four (4) foot minimum height in addition to the b&b specification. 10)The interior lighting for the loading dock shall be directed inward and screened such the fixtures and bulbs will not be visible from Brush Creek and Wood Roads. Entry doors shall remain closed except during periods when loading and unloading activities are occurring. 11)The Applicant shall submit an exterior lighting plan to the Chief Building Official for review and approval by the Planning Commission prior to building permit issuance. 12)No exterior signage has been authorized by this Record of Decision. 13)No improvements, with the exception of approved landscaping, are authorized to extend into the ski-back easement or onto Parcel F without Town Council approval. Chris C. Conrad, Planning Director P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Base Village\Post Final PUDWdministrative Modifications\Building 13A\ROD#16- Bldgs 13A changes-FINAL.doc Exhibit "A" Record of Decision #16 - Building 13A Page 1 of 4) MEMORANDUM OZ ARCHITECTURE® 3012 Huron Street Denver,CO 80202 phone 303.861.5704 fax 303.861.9230 YWE LI 0 To: Bob Kaufmann Data April 25, 2006 Flom:Jene Alie Project Snowmass 13A&B So6iect Snowmass 13A&B Administrative Proiedk 54060.00Modification Cr. Doug Beall Re 1.. Site Items 1. Relocated loading dock and garage entry Garage entry has been relocated to building 13B to reduce the slope of the entry drive and simplify ramp Loading dock has been relocated to better screen the dock area from the entry drive Entire garage and entry at 13B to be phased with 13A to be complete at time of 13A opening. 13B construction to be phased 9 months behind 13A eliminating the need for temporary construction at the lid garage under 13B. Primary structure and Village Level of 13B to be complete at time of 13A opening. see exhibit A) 2. Pool Area Pool has been realigned to respond to lift alignment Small grill structure has been added Outdoor fire pit has been added at skier entry see exhibit A) Architectural Items 3. Employee Housing 2 units of employee housing have been relocated from 13B to 13A. PUD amendment to be issued.Total employee housing square footage for 13A & B to remain per PUD for 13B. see exhibits B &F) 4. Employee Facilities Employee facilities have been relocated to 13B Employee facilities in 13B to be phased with 13A to be completed at time of 13A opening see exhibits B & F) 5. Mechanical Room Mechanical needs for both 13A & 13B will be serviced from a central plant in 13A eliminating the need for the mechanical room in 13B.The area of 13B designated as mechanival in the PUD is the current location of the ramp into the parking garage. see exhibits B &F) P:154060.00 Snowmass Base Village Bldg 13a1060-13A_Cone ponden"kMemo14.25.2006_Bob Kau6nann.Doug Beall.& O E A V F O 9 0 9 L 0 E 0 S U 9 11 1 7 C 0 U I T Y Exhibit "A" Record of Decision #16 - Building 13A Page 2 of 4) 6. RoofSlope Roof slope at tower feature has been increased to create a more dramatic feature. Ridge height has not increased Main roofslope has increased from 4:12 to 5:12. Overall ridge height has not increased Dormer roofslope has increased from 4:12 to 5:12 typical see exhibits C & G) 7. Decorative Metal Brackets Decorative metal brackets have been added at dormers,corner balconies, and Porte cochere Decorative metal brackets &trellis have been added at main entry elevation, restaurant terrace, banquet terrace and exit stairs see exhibits C,G, & K) 8. Feature Railing Feature railing at tower feature has changed to a glass railing detail Feature railing at Level 5 has changed to a more open pattern. Railing to have glass panel at all accessible locations see exhibits C,G, & K) 9. Stone Veneer Stone veneer has been reduced at dormer locations Stone veneer has been added to the base at Main Entry and North Elevations to better anchor the building in the site Stone from the entry feature at 13B has been relocated to the more public south elevation to create a stone base. The overall stone quantity has remained equal to or greater than that shown in the PUD. Arched details at the base have been removed see exhibits C,D,G &H) 10. Corner Balconies Massing at corner balconies has been reduced and simplified see exhibits C,G, &L) 11. Unit Balconies Projected balconies at bump outs in building have been relocated to either side of bump out to better define massing see exhibits C,G, & L) 12. Stair Cores Stair cores have been developed as feature elements to help break up the massing. see exhibits C &G) 13. Banquet Room Banquet room has expanded on Lower Level 3 to allow more room for prefunction area. see exhibits B & C) 14. 13B Entry Feature Space behind has been turned into balconies for units page 2 of 4 Exhibit "A" Record of Decision #16 - Building 13A Page 3 of 4) Entry feature stone has been removed and feature has opened up. Stone has been relocated as described in item 9. Size of roof feature has increased to cover elevator overrun due to further development of elevator specification. see exhibits F & G) 15. Windows at Restaurant The window size at theVillage Level of the west wing at 13A has increased to provide bigger windows for the restaurant area. see exhibit C) 16. Decks at employee housing units The decks have been eliminated from the employee housing units see exhibits B,C,F, & G) Attachments: Exhibit A PUD site plan Revised site plan View diagrams of loading dock area Fire pit concept photos Exhibit B 13A PUD plans 13A Revised plans Exhibit C 13A PUD elevations 13A Revised elevations Exhibit D 13A color elevations Exhibit E 13A development statistics Exhibit F 13B PUD plans 13B Revised plans Exhibit G 13B PUD elevations 13B Revised elevations Exhibit H 13B color elevations page 3 d4 Exhibit "A" Record of Decision #16 - Building 13A Page 4 of 4) Exhibit) 13B development statistics Exhibit K Bracket & rail concept photos Exhibit L PUD typical units Revised typical units page 4 J4 a Exhibit "B" Record of Decision #10 - Building 13A Page 1 of 1) Supplemental sheets incorporated within this Record of Decision by reference and on-file with the Planning and Town Clerk Departments. Description Dated Prepared by Snowmass Westin 13A LL1 Garage Plan September 12, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13A LL2 Garage Plan September 12, 2006 OZ Architecture Sheet L3-1, Grading Plan November 21, 2006 Landworks Snowmass Westin 13A LL2 Floor Plan*August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13A LL1 Floor Plan*August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13A Village Level Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13A 2nd Floor Plan*August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13A 3rd Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13A 4th Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13A 5th Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13A 6th Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13B Village Level Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13B 2nd Floor Plan*August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13B 3rd Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13B 4th Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13B 5th Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13B 6th Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Snowmass Westin 13B 7th Floor Plan* August 28, 2006 OZ Architecture Sheet L4.1 Planting Plan** January 8, 2007 Landworks Infrastructure Planting-Gas Regulator Station** January 8, 2007 Landworks Service Bay from Entry.jpg*** Service Bay from South Wood Road.jpg*** Service Bay from Wood Road by new tree.jpg*** Service Bay from Wood Road.jpg*** Color coded to identify unit types per floor Approved landscaping plans JPEG visual imagery files provided by Landworks depicting landscaping between building 13A and Wood Road as viewed from Wood Road. SNOWMASS BASE VILLAGE, SNOWMASS, COLORADO BUILDING 13A DEVELOPMENT STATISTICS August 25, 2006 OCCUPANCY Unit Type Unit N 1.1.3 LL2 LL1 LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4 LEVELS Total Units Unit Area Total Area U.E. 8, 356. 00 8, 374. 00 8, 384. 00 8, 396. 00 8, 411. 00 8, 420. 50 8, 430. 00 8, 439. 50 EMPLOYEE HOUSING UNIT B- 12 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 1, 149 2. 296 ' Employee Housing Subtotal a Units/ Floor 0 I 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2, 298 Net Area 0 1, 149 1, 149 0 0 0 0 0 0 2. 298 0. 0000 STUDIO UNIT AA 0 0 0 0 4 2 3 0 9 432__ 3, B88 4, 5000 STUDIO I STUDIO UNIT A2 0 2 _ 2 3 5 5 S _ 0 22- 437 9 614 t1 0000 lr STUDIO UNIT A2 Acc 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 037 437 05000 STUDIO UNIT A2 Acc. RI 0 0 1 0 0 0 U 0 t 437 437 _ 0 5000 STUDIO UNIT A.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 _ 0 2 2 1 008 1 0000 STUDIO_ UNIT A4 0 0 _ 0 0 __ 2 2 _ 2 IC 0 6 454 1 2] 24 ! 1111 3. 0000 STUDIO UNIT A5 _ _ 0_ 0 0 0 _ 1 1 L 1 _ 0 1 3_ 463 1 389 1 5000 STUDIO UNIT A.5 Acc 0 0 0 0 0 0 _ 0 1 1 463 463 _ 05000 STUDIO UNIT A6T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 483 966 ONE BEDROOM UNIT B 0 0 { I- 0 0 2 2 _ 2 0 6 776 4 656 _ 3. 0000 ONE BEDROOM LIMIT B3 0 4 - I _ 5 0 1 _ 1 ! 1 0 12_ 609 7. 308 ONE BEDROOM UNITE 3a 0 0 - 4I 0 5 4 4 If 4 0 17 644 10948 85000 ( OD ONE BEOROOM UNIT 8 3a Arc 0 _ 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 _ 644 1, 288 1 00_00 ONE BEDROOM UNIT B 3a Acc RI 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 644 i 644 05000 O. ONEBEDROOM UNIT 8.4 0 0 U 0 1 1 I 0 3 061 2583 15000 ONE BEpR00M UNIT B5 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 5 1 105__ 5. 52i5 2, 7625 ONE BEDROOM UNITE] 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 0 6 617 3. 702 30000 ONE BEDFOOM_ UN- T E78 ONE BEDROOM _ UNITB9_ 0_ _ _ 0 0 0 --- 0 - t 1 - 0 2- 16029 2058 30290 n x ONE BEDROOM UNITE IO _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 _, 0 1 1 955 _ 955 _ _ _ 0. 5000 ( p I ONE BEDROOM UNIT811 0 0 0 0 0 __ 0 __ 0 1 __ 1 _ 1195 _ 1195_ 059751tG D O • ONE BEDROOM UNIT 8.14 I 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1, 045 1. 045 1 0. 522° 0 7 CrV r • TWO BEDROOM _ UNITCI 0 1 t_ { 2_ _ 0 0 0 _ 0 4 _ 1, 103 4412 TWO BEDROOM - UNITC taJ 0 0 0 I t 4 5 0 _ _ 0 t0- 1135 11. 350 56750 I t TWO BEDROOM UNIT Ia ACC 0 0 0 0 1 0 U L 0 1 1. 135 1, 135 05675 A" TWO BEDROOM UNRC2a 0 1 t 0 0 0 i 0 0 2 1189 2. 378 11091 W V TWO BEDROOM UNITC20 0 0 0 1 1 -- 1 _ 1 0 4 1. 220 4080 2440( V TWO BEDROOM LOCK OFF UNITC 4 0 0 0 0 0 B O 2 2 1. 168 2 336 1 168( L iWO BEDROOM LOCKOFF UNITC] _ 0 I 1 _ 0 0 0 0 0 2 1. 598 Ir 3, 196 1 1. 696( a TWO BEDROOM LOOWOFF UNITCB 0 0 0 0 1- P 2 0 4 1, 041 4. 164 2. 082( ( C 1 TWO BEDROOM LOCK OfF UNITC 9 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1, 438 2. 876 1. 438( n: THREE BEDROOM LOCK OF1 UNIT 01_ 0 _ 1 1 0 0 I 0 ! _ 0 0 y 2 _ 1, 542 3. 084 1. 5841 J THREE BOR W/ LOFT LO. UNIT D2 0 0 0 0 0 __ 0 THREE BEDROOM LOCK OF UNIT pla 0 0 0 0 1 t _ 0 0 2 1 543 3, 146 1 6460 THREE ED LOFT L.O 0 _ 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 15) 3 1.5] 3 08230 4 0 4 _ 1. 129 4, 516 2258_ 0 FOUR BEDROOM LOCKOFF UNIT E1 0 _ 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 THREE BEDROOM LOCK OF UNIT D to Acc 0 0 C 1 0 0 1 0 589 2. 356 00000 U 0 2 2, 404 d, 80B 3. 3080 Typical Residential Subtotal a Units/ Floor 0 15 16 14 33 33 32 9 0 152 123, 069 Net Area 0 14, 797 15, 406 11, 336 24, 049 25251 22951 9279 0 123, 069 83. 4920 RESIDENTIAL SUMMARY e UNITS/ FLOOR 0 16 17 14 33 33 32 9 0 154 123, 069 NET AREA 0 14, 797 15406 11, 336 24, 049 25251 22, 951 9279 0 123, 069 83. 4920 SHARED AREA 0 7, 550 10, 238 4, 518 4, 887 4, 839 4, 798 3, 616 0 40, 446 Employee housing 0 1. 149 1, 149 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2298 Page 1 012 SNOWMASS BASE VILLAGE, SNOWMASS, COLORADO BUILDING 13A DEVELOPMENT STATISTICS August 25, 2006 OCCUPANCY Unit Type Unit N L1.3 LL2 LLi LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4 LEVEL- 5- Total Unite UMI Area• Total Area U.E. 8, 356. 00 0, 374. 00 8, 384. 00 8, 396. 00 8, 411. 00 8, 420. 50 8, 430. 00 8, 439. 50 Circulation/ BOH 5, 517 7, 556 4, 518 4, 887 4, 639 4, 798 3, 616 35741 Ski Locker 884 0 0 0 0 0 0 884 Fitness/ Locker ROOMS 0 2. 672 0 0 0 0 0 2, 672 GROSS AREA= NET T SHARED 0 22. 347 25, 644 15, 854 28. 936 30, 090 27, 749 12, 895 0 163, 515 LOCKOFFS 0 4 4 1 1 3 6 2 21 COMMERCIAI. SUMMARY 0 1, 445 0 T, 986 0 0 0 0 9, 433 ADMINISTRATION I -_ 0 0 0 1819 0 0 0 0 1. 819 LOBBY/ RESTROOMS 0 0 0 3385 0 0 0 0 3385 LOADING DOCK 0 0 0 2 784 0 0 0 -- 0 2. 784 J EMPLOYEE FACILITIES 0 1, 445 L 0 0 - 1 4d5 _ i RETAIL/ RESTAURANT SUMMARY 0 0 1, 910 5, 310 0 0 0 0 7, 226 RESTAURANT I KITCHEN 0 0 375_ 4 387 0 0 % 0 d762 929 LOBBY 0 -_ I_ tI SKI VALET 0 0 1, 535_ 0 0 _ I 0 _ f 0 _ 0 ._, _ - _______- 1535 a SKI RELATED FACILITIES SUMMARY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 COMMUNITY FACILITIES SUMMARY 18, 244 0 0 2, 118 I 0 0 0 0 CONFERENCE 7B7] 0 0 1_ 649- 0 0 0 0 20, 360 526 PR EFUNCTION 2749 0 0 467 0 0 0 _- 0 1 rn 3. 216 H RESTROOMS I 759 0 0 0 _ 0 --- 0 i D .._._ o -_ N 7 Cr III"_ . C BANQUET STORAGE 674 ._,_ 0 0 AV STORAGE 357 0 _ 0 0 - _ 0 _..} 0___- I 0 __ 0 -- CIRCULATIONIBOH 4954 0 0 0_ - 0 0 0 i 0 395 w 1 ____ 4, 4 w DISH UP KITCHEN 874 0 D 0 0 D I 0 0 8]4 I C BUILDING SUMMARY GROSS FLOOR AREA 18, 244 23, 792 27, 554 31, 274 28, 938 30. 090 27, 749 12, 895 0 200. 534 a RESIDENTIAL 0 22, 347 25, 644 15, 854 28, 936 30. 090 27749 12, 895 0 163. 515 COMMERCIAL SERVICES 0 1, 445 0 7, 988 0 0 0 0 0 9. 433 RETAIL/ RESTAURANT 0 0 1, 910 5, 316 0 0 0 0 0 7226 SKI RELATED FACILITIES 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W . COMMUNITY FACILITIES 10, 244 0 0 2, 116 0 0 0 0 0 20. 360 D Page 2 012 THE FOLLOWING IMAGES ARE THE BEST COPY AVAILABLE AT TIME OF SCANNING di • ' PLC" m 1% AV, _ ' , 3; Pi; 4.m rle SN`cu..,» arv'F^ fsnh¢. n°7•"_ mi fr YiI' Vq Ilk aTr w, tt Y' m 4 to ^, aa gray a' NC F q r < x -; c? p t t '< y. pry M1S J l ti, kr`' N'r x e F z y n 4Y 515' k 4 J 3n r ystv-f1* i-,. oa t s' y ,' Ik. '. T r fill IZI iR ' s 1111 ` . 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ARCHIMIUR Exhibit " B" Record of Decision # 16 - Building 13A Studio= 99 I Bedroom= 2 Bedroom= E= 2 Bedroom Lock- Off= 3 Bedroom= 4 Bedroom= Snowrnass Westin 13A WWI, 0 0 n it: iat:' y• L.::::::: C- r':• aU1 in2n R f O I O O 11 l s: 3^,e w r 1:I A Floor 1/ 1611 1 Plan August 28, 2006 ARCHITICIURI Record • Decision,Page 0 o_ o i I fr`1 IY .!• i rl ll 5iC9 ' / i' tl Ali: o j lI111 I. IX is G - Studio= i' 1 11 2 Bedroom= Bedroom L1 i BedrGom= Snowmass Westin 13A 1/ 1 6fI 1I_ 0fI 4th Floor Plan 001 Exhibit " B" Record of Decision # 16 - Building 13A Page 10 of 23) Cr— - 71- A 4 V' 7 0, 3E AL AL M 6 Studio= I Bedroom= 2 Bedroom= 2 Bedroom Lock- Off= 3 Bedroom= f 4 Bedroom= 9 S nowmass Westin 13A 1/ 16„ 11- 0 11 WWI, 5th Floor Plan August28, 2006 ARCHII[ CIOU Exhibit " B" Record of Decision # 16 - Building 13A Page 11 of 23) q c I _ I _ s- Studio= 1 Bedroom= 2 Bedroom= O 2 Bedroom Lock- Off= I 3 Bedroom= i= 4 Bedroom= ] Snowmass Westin 13B 1/ 16 = 1 - 0 l Village Leve I Plan August 28, 2006 AflCNIiECiOflE Exhibit " B" Record of Decision 016-- Building 13A Page 12 of 23) c I q b o b Studio= 1 Bedroom= 2 Bedroom= 0 2 Bedroom Lock- Off= 0 3 Bedroom= 0 4 Bedroom= C Snowmass Westin 13B 1/ 1611 = 1 ,- 0„ SI 2nd Floor Plan July 11, 2006 f AflCN11EC1flflE Exhibit " B" Record of Decision # 16 - Building 13A Page 13 of 23) o, \ r b h b o r Studio= 1 Bedroom= 2 Bedroom= 0 2 Bedroom Lock- Off= 0 3 Bedroom= 0 4 Bedroom= Snowmass Westin 13B 3rd Floor Plan July 11, 2006 ARRITM11111 Exhibit " B" Record of Decision # 16 - Building 13A Page 14 of 23) 0 II II b Studio= 1 Bedroom= _ 2 Bedroom= 0 2 Bedroom lock- Off= 0 3 Bedroom= 0 4 Bedroom= 0 Snowmass Westin 13B rM 1/ 16" = 1 '- 0" August 28, 2006 4th Floor Plan AHCHIifCiUR Exhibit " B" Record of Decision # 16 - Building 13A Page 15 of 23) p e. e a jF b r A Studio= 1 Bedroom= 2 Bedroom= 0 2 Bedroom Lock- Off= 0 3 Bedroom= 0 4 Bedroom= p Snowmass Westin 13B 5th Floor Plan August 28, 2006 AHCHIMIUK Exhibit " B" Record of Decision # 16 - Building 13A Page 16 of 23) Studio-- 1 Bedroom= 2 Bedroom= 0 2 Bedroom Lock- Off= 0 3 Bedroom= 0 4 Bedroom= Snowmass Westin 13B 1/ 1611 = 11_ 011 6th Floor Plan August 28, 2006 AflCHIiECiUflE Exhibit " B" Record of Decision Building 13A Page 17 of 23) IVILj i e s s o- b Studio= 1 Bedroom= 2 Bedroom= 0 2 Bedroom Lock- Off= 3 Bedroom= 0 4 Bedroom= 0 Snowmass Westin 13B r 1/ 16 if = 1 '- 0" 7th Floor Plan August 28, 2006 ARCHITHIM Exhibit " B" Record of Decision # 16 - Building 13 PLANT SCHEDULE' TREES Page 9 16 of ) I pu HURRAH 3 t y wvo. m Ie1W M i° eel. q iw+ voo n aw w Y tom' ' r ` p rcv' : i::w ivc: wm wemu: aem°' ur 0 xin[ cnvrtrxE 11 wD ks mnNu- 1 v a LANDSCAPE NOTES T TJ 64J f OCR= r a. 0 m . m Sy . 0 Q W DQ Q L,y W p V e n o g, IL G. / A v." 4 GR. 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NO 5200ID I sure 1 aEaDn I DATE- "/ ate REMSIM 1 I ' I A• v BUDDING TO BUDDING SETBACKS THE MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN ALL BUILDINGS SHALL BE TWENTY- nvE FEET ( 25'- n EXCEPT THAT AS BETWEEN OM ARC BUILDINGS IN WHICH THE ADJACENT PORTION OF ETHER BUILDING EXCEEDS 4 STORIES IN HEGHT. THE MINIMUM DISTANCE SHALL BE FORTY FEET ( 47- 0'). PROJECT NAME THE- BUDDING TO RIGHT OF WAY SETBACKS CONSULTANT MEETING THE MINUUAI SETBACK BETWEEN ANY BUDDING AND THE CENTERLINE OF RIGHT OF WAY ADJACENT 70 THE BUDDING SHALL BE TWENTY FEET( 20'- 0'). SHEET TOLE C' a BUDDING TO ADJACENT PROPERTY LINES SETBACKS THE MINIMUM SETBACK BETWEEN ANY BUDDING AND THE PROPERTY LINES OF THE PROPERTY DOHEDIATTIY ADJACENT TO THE LOT ON WHICH THE BUILDING IS CONSTRUCTED SHALL BE 0 FEET AS LONG AS THE DISTANCE BETWEEN BUILDINGS ON THE ADJACENT PROPERTY AND THE LOT MEETS THE REQUIREMENT OF THE MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN BUDDING 70 BUILDING I i 9IEE MIIrBE ALL BUILDING SETBACKS ARE FROM PROPOSED LOT AND RIGHT- OF- WAY ONES 70 FACE OF ROOF OVERHANG OR DECK PRO EC710K 111111;;; 7 hNj,.r.- R.3- arw •?\\ : a I?::•1 N IY.ii.." i i:.lL / l:• n7r u 1 \e9' om•: co aw f ao • HIM ei a ' r •xa aka' 1 MMN-MbroAffitP-1,IrUlmYIai.•t, fr i h a:' . ...is4ii ate r,""vNV RUWAM LIM FRI r. ,_ t \ may; i'" LtY t 'NPI r.:• 4 fie'. 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LEVEL2 e LOWER LEVEL 2 I 1 FLOOR PLAN MTx I vu, va. ry A2. 2 0 PA2 T T I1t61 1[II BIJE TAL 332 TALLS FITNESS RRnoxon_Mnui 1 BDR 4 UNIT B- 1 6 6 2 BNRT C2 A CHUTE F ll Q o 3 PARKING 0 cY, 7 TOTAL 65 STALLS STUDIO SKI LOCKERS / 2 7 UNIT CONCIERGE y I L_ A— i pw 7 BUILDING 13A 1 8DR / , BA LOWER LEVEL 1 UNIT 8- 3 EL: 8384 z" 1 BDR / 1 BA I I I n UNIT B- 3 1 8DR / 1 BA STAFF I I n UNIT B- 2 B n 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT 8- 2 STUDIO BD UNIT BOH 2 8DR \ UNIT A- 1 BOH UNIT C- 1 8- 1 INTRAWEST STUDIO / 1 BA UNIT A- 4 1 BDRUNIT PAOi M0. X00 B- 1 RAC STUDIO / 1 BA N xaID: M i UNIT A- 2 1 Mfi JAT 19, llpl 2 BDR STUDIO STUDIO 1 BDR 1 BDR R[ TVas UNIT C- 1 1 BA UNIT UNIT UNIT 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT A- 2 A- 1 8- 1 B- 1 UNIT B- 7 moz uro9rtcnRrc sLOWERnnc PLAN ji LOWER LEVEL t j 1FLOOR PLAN m SHEET xw¢ e vv• rs• ra R A2. 3 liC! J acan[ rroa[ 9N ILimle 9uv 9- 2 BDR UNIT C- 1 em: exo nayw 2 BDR 1 BDR UNIT C- 1 UNIT B- 1 2 BDR / 2 BA CHUTE UNIT C- 2 FCC Qr o uw 0 OFFICE O STUDIO V 7.! J_ U UNIT L A— t pj U3 Q BUILDING 13A FOYER J m RESTROOMS VILLAGE LEVEL p= p z EL: 8394 LOBBY W 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT B- 3 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT B- 2 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT B- 2 6 STUDIOUNIT 2 BDR 1UNIIT A- 1 KITCHEN L ADI G NIT C- 1 B- i i INTRW EST Fl 8391 1 BDR RESTAURANT UNITB- 1 mm oz i a DOCK ac 1 mw 7 2 BDR UNIT R ux . ar n.\ BOH aE ¢ 9 FL 8394 COVERED TERRACE OW. uzxrto 1 stn nncVIUAGE LEVEL PLMM!! VILLAGE I FLOORPLANEL 313x- 0 A2. 4 1IIIIIIEIIIIEsa, mo ps, m. us, w 2 BDR UNIT C- 1 pR, M, uw l( 1 BDR 2 BDR UNIT B- 1 UNIT C- 1 2 BOR / 2 BA CHUTE UNIT C- 2 Q 1 BDR / 1 BA co UNIT B- 5 q O STUDIO STUDIO V O UNIT UNIT A- 1 z J V A- 1 I Cn I C) w U3 BUILDING 13A 1 BDR / 1 BA Q SECOND FLOOR UNIT B- 3 i m 0 EL: 8409 y m z I 1 BDR / i BA UNIT B- 3 1 BDR / 1 BA I NIT A01 UNIT B- 2 1 1 BDR / 1 BA STUDIO 1 UNIT 8- 2 B STUDIO UNIT A- 3 1 BD UNIT CHUTE N A- 1 STUDIO SDIO STUDIO STUDIO STUDIO 2 BDR 2 BDR UNIT 1 SA IT A- 1 NIT A- 1 NIT A- 1 NIT A- 1 UNIT C- 1 1 UNIT C- 1 8- 1 UTILITY UNIT A- 3 INTRAW EST STUDIO / 1 BA Aadilibliall. 1 BDR UNIT A- 4 1 UNIT swum B- 1 on wt STUDIO / 1 BA x o2 UNIT A- 2 m a uoo n[ 2 8DR 2 BDR STUDIO STUDIO 1 BDR 1 BDR UNIT C- 1 ux. xo, UNIT C- 1 1 BA UNIT UNIT UNIT 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT A- 2 A- 1 8- 1 B- 1 UNIT 8- 7 1 Qoi waacnprc 1 9 T DUSECDNDFLOORPM SECONDFLOOR PLAN v"'. w . I.- 9aT rwBO[A2. 5 uulrECraiE 2 BDR amp UNIT C- 1 Popp 4Md. 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PROM. NO. 54132. 00 DRAWN: - p CHECKED: pm CADD FILE: . d.g O DATE: 07/ 06/ 2005 RENSIONS: y OZ ARCHITECTUREAdministrativeMDdigcaTiMSHEET TITLE:Building 13A LOWER LEVEL Lower Level 3 Floor Plan 1 SCALE: 1j32. = I'- 0" SCNE' 1/3,--- o. SHEET NUMBER: A2. 01 MY, m AACUIEECEUUESi to 10) e,.i". . Tlo- ecc Q 01 4( 00 ME cz CZ lid' e e e o o n pp A4 4 PROJ. N0. 54132. 00 DRAWN: y t 4 CHECKED: pm I. a I\ rr J CADD FILE: . dwg I LL 79P ff V e OA7E: 07/ 06/ 2006 REVISIONS: I d- Q02 ARCHITECTUREAdministrativeMDdficationSHEET TITLE: BDikling 13A LOWER LEVEL 2 Lower Level 2 Floor Plan 1 ScME: 1/ 3T4- o' SCALE: 1/ 32' = 1'- 0' SHEET NUMBER: A2. 02A S, 1C) 90 ` Ll ratic 80: 6_ FTC. O. t r O o E2 cz U Qc 2 v 3 e A E o m 6t»44 6 tr q 2. e PROJ. 1,10. 54131. 00 a DRAW C CHECKED: pm h o o MQa CADD FILE: . dwg r DATE: 07/ 06/ 2006 alb. 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N0, 5132. 00 X r DRAWN:CHECKED: pm CADO FILE: . dwg DATE: 04/ 25/ 2006 RENSIONSOZ ARCHITECTURElAdministrativeModificationSHEET TITLE: I Building 13ASECOND LEVEL Second Level Floor Plan SHEET NUMBER: A2. 05 ARCHITICTHRI3012 Hwon Sum Spirt 100 Deneea Colorado 60101 phone 303. 861. 5704 a 1 f Y CZ p l 0cz cu cu O U) c' n^ U Q V cn T 1 E co G 5 Ocn m r PROJ, ND 54132. 00 l DRAM:CHECKED: pm C q CADD FILE: . d.g DATE: 04/ 25/ 2006 d X I RENSIONS: i v I OZ ARCHITECTURE 1 AdministrativeModificationSHEET TITLE: Building 13A THIRD LEVEL Third Level Floor Plan SCALE:)/ 32' - 1'- 0' SHEET NUMBER: A2. 06 RRCNIiEC1UflE s 3012 Hum. Sum n p Suite 100 f Den., Calondo 80202 ff phone 303. 861. 5704 aJ a T c f0 C/) Ou M Cz Cl) E cz 9 0O 'gym s x PROJ, NO. 54132. 00 DRAWN p r ;`• I VII I- CHECKED: pm F, " %/ If '— CADD FILE: DATE: 04/04/ 25/ 2006 V RENSIONS: I O QOZ ARCHITECTURE C Administral Ne ModificationSHEET TITLE: Building 13A FOURTH LEVEL Fourth Level Floor Plan r scud. ipx'. r-p. S SHEETHEET NUMBER: 1'- 0' A2. 07 J1 RflCNIffCiUflE3012 Humn St. t Suim 100 Dcnvfr. Colorado 80202 phone 303. 861. 5704 l T F-L 1 W C)C:)o \C)nUQ U) cnCZ 0) o O v in a x 1 - PROJ. NO. 5413200 77-7 DRAWN: 41111111 CHECKED: pm CADD FILE: DATE: 0404// 25/ 2006 RENSIONS: C) OZ ARCHITECTURE Et1 AdministrativeModificationSHEET TITLE: 1 Building 13A FIFTH LEVEL Fifth Level Floor Plan SCALE: SC4E. ip7. f_p- 1/ 32. = 1._ 0. SHEET NUMBER: A2. 08 1 r V mar I 1 u.J r I r J V iY x x a 1 Ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 A i 1 1 I 1 1 11 I 1r 1 I Jr1 P 1 1 1 1 i 1 i 11 1 1 1 X 1 x ii i r 1a 25 BUILDING 13A c = "1 9 Iga BASE VILLAGE SNOWMASS,COLORADO e NO,RRCRIiEtIDRE h( j`t+m 3012 Huron S,. t 5 sire 100 D,. cm Coloodo 80202 phont 303. 861. 5704 CZ 0cz ca s cyy Y Y \ L ) y oCnUQ C Y N Vf/ E E- e 10 U) m yI PROJ. NO. 54132. 00 DRAWN:CHECKED: pm l CADD FILE: . dwg tyyS DATE: 07/ 06/ 2006 REY1510N5: V E) OZ ARCHITECTURE yg AdministrativeModificationSHEET TIRE: t Building 13A 1 O Lower Level 3 LOWER LEVEL 3 End Banquet Room 16 SCA 1 LE:1 = 1'- 0• scue largeins•- r-0• SHEET NUMBER: 05 T' V fin J am z y Gr 26 8q 27 29 849 62 31 86 37 95 7J" 26 25 80 8 79 33 88 O 78 23 Mb 34 22 90 O 21 77 91 O 35 m 7 20 fl- 36 92 0 76 9 36 p 93 I 7y 18 95 I 95 73 17 Q J 3 uu 96 J' is 97 72 16 O 9 1 36 1 9B 71 g 6 9 u 70 11 47 7 uo 100 69 6 51 7 01 68 1 rno 102 05 66 2 5 53 q 54 61 I62 63 64 3 59 0 5556 103 57 a. 5859Snowmass Westin 13A r 1/ 1611 = 1 1- 0 11 September 12 2006 L Garage Floor Plan P RRMUC1RRE C 01 111 MI L 11 s c at . 9% 19% , Siqg O 1 36 134 133 138 132 O A 139 131 AI 140 t 130 0 90 92 129 142 193 128 127 1 44 195 126 9$ 186 6 25 q 197 124 84 19B 123 199 a, 22 0 200 I 61 121 b45 101 4 4 48 I 202 203 120 - ' - 204 0 49 , 50 180 119 112 0 S1 o 205 179 114 1 w 06 178 152 0 207 177 109 153 208 176 116 154 75 115 209 73 174 5 40 108 156 107 172 157 167 ® 169 170 106 158 5 104 159 765 160 s m 4 161 167 162Snowmass Westin 13A r 1/ 1 61f _ 1 1. 011 l September 12 2006 1. 1. 2 Garage Plan P ARCHITECTURE 111 EXHIBIT C : 13A P' UD ELEVATIONS 13A REVISED ELEVATIONS F Sl. 1 J 11 04. 25. 06 Snowmass Westin - 13A Revised 07. 14. 06 1 Revised 09. 14. 06 1 Revised 12. 06- 06 I. i_•aii!i3fl!9ii!Ih.,9i:91S 1 flil-u. - IIII=°I I Jri 1. ice. 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TABLE OF CONTENTS : 1 EXHIBIT ASITE PLAN y LOADING DOCK DIAGRAMS FIRE PIT CONCEPT PHOTOS EXHIBIT B PLANS EXHIBIT C ELEVATIONS AND SECTION EXHIBIT D 1 COLOR ELEVATIONS EXHIBIT E DEVELOPMENT STATISTICS EXHIBIT F BRACKET AND RAIL CONCEPT PHOTOS 1 EXHIBIT G UNITSUNIT MIX DIAGRAMS l 04. 25. 06 Snowmass Westin - Revised 0 0 . Revised 0 • - 0 . Revised 12. 06. 06 EXHIBIT A: PUD SITE PLAN r REVISED SITE PLAN VIEW DIAGRAMS OF LOADING DOCK, AREA FIRE PIT CONCEPT PHOTOS 1 04. 25. 06 Snowmass Westin - 13B Revised i i . Revised oz 0 • - 0 . Revised 12. 06. 06 1 wed aiv f! d Iw, e w fib t_" ab i,+ we _ erc+ a tr f abys vJ wb a. led, e• ad) ^ t\> d _ atP~ J S 6 v'if` II ' v' i9', a w. AS SB I,'• 1 v1 ad i o` wu fc I n' 6'" ad s $ i r r ai T 2srra=, fdi. ew.' ee;` yip s rra , e a - r y ayf•' Nag sF o. I qI 6Y a n _ r' wa i weal • I Q\\ I \ a // y rr 9' a/ J!, ` i,, r' +, v i/:_— ill- 1- a \ a aQ : IG— 3" I a• ' II 1r. ae ty brr^ ii /: wB ndB er". 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Dor e. ccabnn& e6m3 5 story is, LOT 6 L ft2 yl s pLom30.T e6LS701 I 1. 34 AC 58 S AQUA CENTER Cep,` ra 4 Story 3 story 169' 5 S sr z tory LOT 4 0. 69 AC 5 a 6 Std mom_ 152• story 45ary r 7 1 I 1. OAC t'4 as ss 3st. y N e J LLJ < 7S i a z story ti' a 3 Story LOT 1 O 40, 4Story 5. 41 AC s• LOT 5 4 3 story 4 cots s story gU. V 0. 91 App % s c 25tory I N l I LOT 9 se" 3st 4 story / / Q 3 3. 35 AC o s 2 Story zst" yy 49, M es• i, l- ` LOT 3 3 story I Story j• 1 z 2. 48 AC Story W 4S O a I tory j 6 Story 5 Story . t5 story 1\ 5 story REVISED PARCEL 1 REVISED PARCEL F 2. 10AC. i 3. 67 AC. I I' ROI. 106 5200100 DRANt I I CIEOED:cmRLE: t 1 mm w/ m/ m04 Reasm A7 a BUILDING TO BUILDING SETBACKS THE MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN ALL BUILDINGS SHALL BE TWENTY- FIVE FEET 25- 07. EXCEPT THAT AS BETWEEN em AROMECM BUILDINGS IN WHICH THE ADJACENT PORTION OF EITHER BUILDING EXCEEDS 4 STORIES IN HEIGHT, THE MINIMUM DISTANCE T SHALL BE FORTY FEET ( 40'- 07. B' - BUILDING TO RIGHT OF WAY SETBACKS CONSULTANT M J THE MINIMUM SETBACK BETWEEN ANY BUILDING AND THE COMUNE OF RIGHT OF WAY ADJACENT TO THE BUILDING SHALL CANSIILTANT MEETING BE TWENTY FEET ( 20'- 07. SHEET AIDE C' - BUILDING TO ADJACENT PROPERTY LODES SETBACKS THE MINIMUM SETBACK BETWEEN ANY BUILDING AND THE PROPERTY LINES OF THE PROPERTY IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO THE LOT ON WHICH THE BUILDING IS CONSTRUCTED SHALL BE 0 FEET AS LONG AS THE DISTANCE BETWEEN BUILDINGS ON THE ADJACENT PROPERTY AND THE LOT MEETS THE REQUIREMENT OF THE MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN BUILDING TO BUD. DINR n 1- V sNLEr INIA6D! ALL BURRING SETBACKS ARE FROM PROPOSED LOT AND RIGHT— OF— WAY LINES TO FACE OF ROOF OVERHANG OR DECK tPROJECTION. Jwm itz-.I,j, llmilmlkO, MIFMR AMR NO-4 Mall WESTIN AT SNOWMASS BASE VILLAGE SNOWMASS, COLORADO 11E LEGEND 1 pTrp O LrS bl: lYS 4 Ib. a, MNS:b1L1f1U1 i+ T /.. r - \ t \ f\ 1 s Erv. 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PLJ44 eennrnnr E.H. BUILDING 13B 2 BDR LOWER LEVEL 1 3 EL: 8384 2 BDRUNITC— i f m ° a 0, 0I 11 3 z J U 1 TAAL 32\ STALLS Q <m O m m J B 6 15 6 INTRAWEST NiW Iq 510! 300' amp oz coo nr: 2 u3m xar> A zw aE3vois n 2 Qoz uwn3cme n 1 I n srm nneLOWER LEVEL 3I LOWER LEVEL 1 3/ 1f 0at3rr• rr A2. 2 IIIIIEE[ lllE sW., mo ome., sio, 411d rt= MrA1= BUILDING 13B 2 BDR UNIT C- 1i VILLAGE LEVEL EL: 8394 SKI LOCKER 2 BDR UNIT C- 1 TRASH EMPLOYEESTORAGE LOBBY m O um M cc E.H. LLI O STUDIO / 1 BA rt O E.H. C STUDIO / 1 BA Q Q J_ O m STUDIO / 1 BA OU) E.H.STUDIO / 1 BA MECHANICAL E.H. I1 BDR / 1 BA E.H. 2 BDR / 2 BA INTRAW EST qna xn smuro our q uoo nE 1 RxaarQDZ MWEt, IlE am> tur:VILLAGE LEVEL VILLAGE LEVEL s mx r-W A2. 3 ucn[ rnE c roca BUILDING 13B 2 BDR UNIT C- 1r' 1 BOR SECOND FLOOR UNIT EL: 8406 B 2 BDR / 2BA UNIT C- 6 2 BDR UNIT C- 8DR TILIT UNIT 8- 1 STUDIO1 BA m Q UNIT ' A- 3 co Q T W 0cr STUDIO R JO UNIT A- 1 J 1 BDR Z J U UNIT B- 1 c STUDIOUNIT A- 1 1 BDR Cn Q UNIT 8- J Q 2 STUDIO m NIT A- 1 W 0 STUDIOUNIT A- 1 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT B- 2 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT B- 8 n , 2 BDR UNIT C- 1 INTRAWEST 2 8DR UNIT C- 1 SECOND PApi Al SIDOlAA auAr o m uoo nc a¢ ur n moi anaaeQAZ NItlIIiEtAI¢ 9ECT AALFLOOR PLAN SECONDi1FLOOR PLAN A2. 4 umt[mum P. M1YbO x BUILDING 13B 2 8D UNIT C- 1 1 BDR THIRD FLOOR UNIT EL: 8416 B , 2 BDR / 2BA UNIT C- 6 2 BDR UNIT C- 8DR TILIT UNIT 8- 1 STUDIO1 BA UNIT A- 3 m O Co Q r W pir- STUDIO O UNIT A- 1 1 BDR 7 UNIT B- 1 Z STUDIOUNIT A- 1 1 BDR Q UNIT B- J Q STUDIO E; m IT A- 1 m 0 STUDIOUNIT A- 1 1 BDR / 1 SA UNIT B- 2 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT B- 8 2 BDR UNIT C- 1 1 INTRAWEST 2 BDR UNIT C- 1 few fn alaam m fra m aFaac m tm nF GlL 1lT fA 1001 1 CC AWMMW L1 TMRD FM THIRD 1 FLOOR PLANS A2. 5 urnrranrAFYTT ATYn BUILDING 13B 2 BDR UNIT C- 1 %%- f 1 BDR FOURTH FLOOR UNIT EL: 8426 B 1 2 BDR / 2 BA UNIT C- 6 2 BDR UNIT C-,'. r BDR TILT UNIT B- 1 STUDIO M 1 BA W O UNIT A- 3 CO E T Lu O J STUDIO O UNIT A- 1 V 1 BDR z J Q UNIT B- 1 STUDIO Q LLI U3 UNIT A- 1 1 BDR QUNIT B- m0 STUDIONIT A- 1 N STUDIOUNIT A- 1 1 BDR / 1 BA UNIT B- 2 i BDR / 1 BA UNIT B- 8 r 2 BDR UNIT C- 1 ry INTRAW EST 2 BDR UNIT C- i 1 PII01 XR SID41oD o[ ozauro tv: GA JlT M trot IRN9L1@ 1]! 4Dw NIOtIEmrEFOURTH 3 94FT IIgLFLOOR PLAN FOURTH 313f rd FLOOR PLANS am wuwc a > z... 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MYU BUILDING 13B oN+ T°- C- 9 FIFTH FLOOR I, 1; UNIT EL: 8436 B- 1 2 BDR / 2 BA UNIT C- 6 L FT-- 7/ NIT C- TILIT STUDIO1 BA m Q UNIT A- 3 Q 3 8D / 38 CO UNIT D- 1 T W 0 cr STUDIO R OJ UNIT A- 1 0,; f J zJ STUDIO C) Lu> T6co UNIT A- 1 J Q 1 STUDIO M 0 NIT A- 1 W STUDIOP 3 BDR / 3 BA UNIT A- 1 UNIT D- 2 1 BOR / 1 BA UNIT B- 8 n 2 BDR LOF UNIT C- 9 J INTRAWEST 2 BDR i/ UNIT C-- B 9\ I i vm, xn saaam w c ammrimne w,e ur n, law Fnaoiepoz umn[ tllu s¢ r vne 1 FFH FIFTH a 1FLO PLANS 3X' r-o A2. 7 1 unnEnn[ BUILDING 13B SIXTH FLOOR i EL: 8446 3 BDR / 3 BA / LOFTUNIT D- 3 i TILIT STUDIO1 BA UNIT A- 3 Q 3/ BDR / 3 BA CO - ccO LOFT /UNIT D Vii/ t Oto 3/ BDR / 3 BA Q Q LOFT J Lu UNIT D+ 5 m 0 m C/3 S BDR / 3 BA LOFTUNIT D-- 5 STUD O UNIT A— STUDI 1111{ UNIT A 11 INTRAW15T i mw wn umia otavao nt Mx- lU it m aw9Ra4mot uio tnat i s¢ Bu- s" FLOOR PLM Sn D FLOOR PLAN @ i x A2. 8 l1 AUCUITICTUU1 S, to 100 1 ar• er. ; abrade dU_ Ce V CZ C3cz cis J r O U) O cn N m CZ CD EE E- 0 ry I J PROJ. N0. 54132. 00 DRAMCHECKED: pm CADD FILE: . d.g DATE: 07/ 06/ 2006 REVISIONS:OZ ARCHITECTURE 1 AdministrativeModificationSHEET TITLE:Building 13BVILLAGE LEVEL 1 Village Level Floor Plan sck[ / JI'• i._o" SCALE: 1/ 32* = 1•_ 0• SHEET NUMBER: A2. 03 AHCHIiECTUHE3012 Huron Sum Suite33 861 Denver, Colondo 80202 pAond03. 861. 5704 1 {• P OVO N r X O U) O Cn cli C C CU c T E E s 0 O . FsioOm PROJ. NO. 54132. 00 yw N DRAWN: - r j CHECKED: pm CADD FILE: . dwg r DATE: 04/ 25/ 2006 REVISIONS: t QOZ ARCHITECTUREAdministrativeModificationSHEET TITLE:Building 13BSECOND FLOOR Second Floor Plan 1 SCALE: 1 32' = Y-0' uue. pTa- o' SHEET NUMBER: c 2. 04 1l RBCHIUCiURf3012 Hum. Sum Sue 100 Denver. Colorado 80202 phone 303. 861. 5704 1 1' 1 1 X ccs oc f) o cnT CZ E0)E- C) O U) 1 U) 1 V PROJ. 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NO 54132. 00 a0 DRAWCHECKED: pm CADD FILE: . dwg l OATE: 04/ 25/ 2006 IREV610NS:QOZ ARCHITECTUREAdministrativeModificationSHEET TITLE: Building 13B FIFTH FLOOR Fifth Floor Plan 02- 1 SCALE: 1 1'- 0' SHEET NUMBUMS ER: 2. 07 l AflCNIiECiUflE3012 Huron Street Suite 100 Denver Colorado 80202 phone 303. 861. 5704 I x OCIO Cz lI un1 O Cnm CZ C O) EE c e m RROJ. N0, 54132. 00 1 Ili DRAWN:CHECKED: pm CADD FILE: . dwg S DATE: 04/ 25/ 2006 t RE` dSIONS: t r I QOZ ARCHITECTUREAdministrativeModificationSHEET TITLE: Building 13B SIXTH FLOOR Sixth Floor Plan suu Vn' a- o' SCALE: 1 I'- 0' SHEET NUMBER: A2. 08 I RUCUIIECIUUE3012 Huron Sr= Suirr 100 Dana, C.]... 80202 ph 61.5 one 303. 8704 W0) 7o U) F o 1 cn c-) m i O r cz cz 0) EE E- 0 cn M U)PROJ. NO. 54132. 00 DRAM' - ii CHECKED: pm CADD FILE: .& q C DATE: 04/ 25/ 2006 REVISIONS: s OZ ARCHITECTUREAdministrative y ModificationSHEET TITLE: Building 13BSEVENTH FLOOR Seventh Floor Loft Level LOFT LEVEL SWE. ipz'• f-p' SHEET NU} MBER: 1. 0•• A2. 09 EXHIBIT C . 13B PUD ELEVATIONS 13B REVISED ELEVATIONS 1313 SECTION @ LOFT UNITS Ii1I 04. 25. 060 07. 14. 1 . Revised 09. 14- 06 Revised 1 . 1 . 14% NIL 7il- M Iml Il 1111111111111111[[ 11* aL Elm I INA W, I IIIII[ UI JIVI 0 am A L6 ro I M PIE Mull Tj U111Ul3J INNT[ H ET11 TIRE A] 117,MUT ra0. 11Man aI N. M FriiI arl I i I— lu a III I;!. ILI IL I , " UM Elm 0 1,i WIN a Pil—I P, 11 F$,WE 0- Y, UIT!! 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Awn In 1 . w 1 uN l t a s Yc ME I M^ CL I;X11 I r yy O OA 11l1 EXHIBIT E : 1 13B DEVELOPMENT STATISTICS Snowmass 1 4 Westin = 13B Revised 07. 14. 06 Revised 09. 14. 06 Revised 12. 06. 06 SNOWMASS BASE VILLAGE, SNOWMASS, COLORADO BUILDING 13B DEVELOPMENT STATISTICS December 06, 2006 OCCUPANCY Unit Type Unit# L2 Level L1 Level Village 2nd Floor 3rd Floor 4th Floor 5th Floor 6th Floor 7th Floor Total Units Unit Area Total Area U.E. 1 8, 394. 00 8, 409. 00 8, 417. 00 8, 427. 00 8, 437. 00 8, 447. 00 8, 457. 00 8, 446. 00 8, 456. 00 EMPLOYEE HOUSING i UNIT A-7 ; 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 544_ 2, 176 EMPLOYEE HOUSING UNIT B-1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 750 750 Employee Housing Subtotal Units/ Floo 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2. 926 Net Area 0 0 2, 926 0 0 0 0 0 0 2, 926 0. 0000 STUDIO UNIT A-?._ i....................... .........._ ........... z........... ........._?......................_?.........._ j.......... 2...........{ I..............................._ 7_..........'........_ 433.......... IE....... 4. 330....._ i..........._ 5: 000...... 0 0 } 1 1 1 f 1 [ 0 0 4 437 € 1. 748 2. 000 STUDIO UNIT A-2 0 I ONE BEDROOM UNIT B-3 ; 0 0 0 0 8 609 4, 872 i 4. 000 ONE BEDROOM E UNIT_ B- 3a ....................... .........._ ........._ ..................................._...........«. 2 i 6........... .......... 5...........:. 6 ! 0....................._ 4....................._ 19..........:....... 644 12. 236 9: 500 ONE BEDROOM 3NI7 B- 3a Acc 0 0 0 j 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 644 644 0. 500 TWO BEDROOM UNIT C- 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 __ 0 4 _- X1, 103 4, 412 2. 200 TWO BEDROOM UNIT C- la 1 4........... ........._ 0 i 0 0 T 9 .. 1, 134 10, 206 .. 4. 950 TWOBEDROOM JNITC- i WAC 0 0 _ 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1. 134 1, 134 0. 550_ TWO BEDROOM UNIT C- 3i 0 0 ... 0 ... ......................... 1 1 ... ... 1 .... ... ? .... ... ... ... ... .. 4 ... ._ 1. 155 ... 4, 620 .... 2... 1 TWO BEDROOM LOCK- OFF; UNIT C-5' 0 ; 0 0 I 1 ; 1 !- 1 1 1.... .. 0... .. 5 1, 157 5, 785 2. 750 TWO BEDROOM W/ LOFT ' t UNIT C-6 i--.- 0 0 0 0 0 _ 0 2 0 2 1, 293 2, 586 1. 500 TWO BEDROOM LOFT" ' UNIT C-6 ; 0 0 0 0 0 W 0 0 0 2 2 291 582 0. 000 THREE BDR W/ LOFT L.O. UNIT D-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 1, 129 4, 516 3. 800 THREE BDR LOFT L.O.' i UNIT D-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 589 2, 356 0. 000 THREE BDR WI LOFT UNIT D-3 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 t _ 1 0 1 1_, 707 707 _'___ 1. 150 THREE BDR LOFT' UNIT D-3 ; 0 ; 0 0 i 0 0 b.... ......... .... .... .......... ... I 0 0 i 0 , 291 291 I 0. 000 THREE BDR LOCK- OFF UNIT D-0 ': 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1, 943 1, 943 1 1. 150 Typical Residential Subtota Units/ Floor 0 0 2 16 16 16 16 7 0 73 63, 968 Net Area 0 0 2, 206 12, 422 12, 624 12, 624 12, 604 10, 615 873 63, 968 41. 2500 RESIDENTIAL SUMMARY UNITS/ FLOOR 0 0 7 16 16 16 16 7 0 78 66, 894 NETAREA 0 0 2, 206 12, 422 12, 624 12, 624 12, 604 10, 615 873 63, 968 41. 250 SHARED AREA 0 0 6, 235 2, 411 2, 411 2, 411 2, 411 1, 765 0 17. 644 Employee housing 0 0 2, 926 0 0 0 0 0 0 2, 926 Circulation 0 0 3, 309 2, 411 2, 411 2, 411 2, 411 1, 765 0 14, 718 Ski Locker 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Employee Facilities 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fitness 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GROSS AREA= NET+ SHARED 0 0 8, 441 14, 833 15, 035 15, 035 15, 015 12, 380 873 81, 612 LOCKOFFS 0 0 0 1 1 1 5 2 0 10 COMMERCIAL SUMMARY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 _ 0 0 0 RETAIL I RESTAURANT SUMMARY 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 _ 0 0 T SKI RELATED FACILITIES SUMMARY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 COMMUNITY FACI- - LITIES SUMMARY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 BUILDING SUMMARY GROSS FLOOR AREA 0 0 8, 441 14, 833 15, 035 15, 035 15, 015 12, 380 873 81, 612 RESIDENTIAL 0 0 8, 441 14, 833 15, 035 15, 035 15, 015 12, 380 873 81, 612 COMMERCIAL SUMMARY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RETAIL/ RESTAURANT SUMMARY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SKI RELATED FACILITIES 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 COMMUNITY FACILITIES 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Page 1 Of 1 EXHIBIT F :BRACKET AND RAIL CONCEPT PHOTOS 04. 25. 06 Snowmass Westin = 13B Revised 09. 14. 06 Revised 1 1 • Revised 12. 06- 06 IL fit yC 10 AS I' l ) joil Y r 0 I 4 r Snowmass Westin - 13A and 13B 04. 25. 06 Concept Design Revised 07. 14. 06 MEN 1 ae ; " ra >• r ` G . rrfir 7..I T.'• T. 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PUD PLAN REVISED PLAN TYPICAL ONE BEDROOM TYPICAL r ti I I, i i- i-- i ONE D ' • • LAYOUT UNIT Snowmass Westin- 13A and 13B o4. 25. os Unit Changes Revised 07. 14. 06 M BDR UNIT C- 1 UNIT C- 1 A Y euouoouan ', nn r i I ii ru cnunu .. ioau. n nu.. r 1.. J J 1 ORIGINAL . , CURRENT LAYOUT TYPICAL TWO BEDROOM TYPICAL TWO BEDROOM UNIT LAYOUT Y Snowmass Westin- 13A and 13B o4. 25. os Unit Changes Revised 07. 14. 06 EEo Cal ff7l E5 r Li In UNIT LAYOUT Bl UNIT LAYOUT Snowmass Westin - 13A and 13B Revised 07. 14. 06 Unit Changes Revised 09. 14. 06 Revised ffivAtliloills 1 ARCRIT11100E3017 Hama sum suim 100 1 lkn., Colorado 90202 O phom 303. 861. 5704 c, dp C1 CZ a 81' cc EA cc co A T 3:: O CO O e E.H. I PROW . 5413200 ORA% NCHECKED: pm CAf10 FLE . deg DATE: 08/ 03/ 2008 RENSIONS: 1 QOZ ARCHITECTURE Studio 1 Bedroom Unit 2 Bedroom Diagrams 3 Bedroom SHEET 1113EVILLAGE 138 4 Bedroom NLLE LEVEL n Village Level Floor Plan scar:,/ sY_,• SCAE: 1/ 32' = 1' 0' SHEET NUMBER:A2B03 11 ARCRIUCTUBE3012 Hum Sum suim 100 Dom, Coloudo 80202 p8o" 303. 861. 5704 ctA e?na2o{ CI C O N cc Ecc o a tea 0 CcUvo IACN10FF f M cc CW) h42 1Y1 Cz V/ 1420i AtAl q Al21] C11{2 PROD. N0. 5413200 DRAW -CHECNFD: pm ct CADD RIF: . d.g 1 DATE: 08/ 03/ 2000 RENSIOIIS02 ARCHITECTURE S1Wb 1 ftdro Unit 1 2 Bedroom DiagramsSHEET TITLE: Building 138 4 Bedroom SECOND FLOOR Second Floor Plan SCAIEI 3r - 1 m 1 s.Y[ I/. 1Y- id SHEET NUMBER: A2. 04 1 IIBMUCTU9E3012 Homo sum S. im 100 Dm m. Colo o6 10202 phom 303. 761. 5707 C,A So354w+ C3 W CteL_ Aa 1 Q L C7 1010 Q tm oos I w LocA. oFS C6 CZ N m CcEERE 3 c Q/ cc ntiwq U) Al Al CLNId PROd N0. 5413200 DRAWN:CHECKED: pm C'. CARD FM . dwg DATE: 08/ 03/ 2006 REVISONS:OZ ARCHITECTURE O Studio 1 Bedroom Unit 2 Bedroom DiagramsSKEET TITLE- 3 Bedroom BufldI ng 13B3B a Bedroom THIRD FLOOR Lird Floor Plan SHEET NUMBM A2. 05 1 RENITfE1RRE 301L Homo Sme1 Soire 100 Dam. Colorado 80202 phone 303. 861. 5704 lj cl. S B3 cs5 l1 Cl. AZ C 0 U) as Ecv o •- 0 O CZ Y V LOCK- 0FF cz ca m ea Cc Ce) 4+ 07 a9. r 14412 Ben, CIO ae.1 V J 0p 1 Al 1 At 11µ 1e1 Al I cl.1..1 PROD. N0. 5413200 DRAWN: —CHECKED. pm CL DADD ELE Ml dwg 7 DATE 08/ 03/ 20D6 JREN90N&OZ ARCHITECTURE Studio 1 1 Bedroom Unit 1 2 B9& cIcm DiagramsSHEET TITLE' 313edroom BWldlnD 138 1 Q= 4 Bedroom FW RTH FLOOR J Fourth Floor Plan SHEET NUMBEk A2. 06 Aitil aqu 3012 Homo sum swm 100 Dmm, Calmdo 80202 PLom 303. 861. 5704 Nut CD m I m 7C a cc E L cac law 10 a 40, U F 11126 cz N m CO 11507 01 E T RE 1M1] C B3v C) ca I V J a: eaa 4 1 boe Cn Al 1816 Al PROA NO. 5413ZOO DRAWCHECKED: pm LOA CARD FIE. . Cry DATE 08/ 03/ 2008 RflA90NSOZ ARCHITECTURE Q - SNOB O= 1 Bedroom Un0 2 Bedroom DkVaMSSHEET TITLE 0= 3 Bed 0 BUMM 138 4 Bedroom FIFTH FLOOR Fifth Floor Plan SHEET NUMBER: A2. 07 AAC9ITHT1111E3D12 Huron Smn Suite 100 Demv, Cn6ndo 80202 phone 303. 881. 57D4 LOCK- 0FF04e42 dLOCK OFF CO C cz Ects o LOCK- 0FF a cn 4. a cz Ni m 05 E M C5 03 E r LOCK- 0FF O caca r U) a U) co J Al Al PROJ. NO. 5413200 M1 DRAYM: - mLOCK- OFF QIECKED•. pm 4ete CADD FILE: . dwg DATE: 05/ 03/ 2008 REVISIONS: LOCK- 0FF1N1 OZ ARCHITECTURE Studio 1 Bedroom Unit O = 2 Bedroom DiagramsSHEET TITLE Q= 3 Bedroom Suildmg 13B 4 Bedroom SIXTH FLOOR Sixth Floor Plan SCML* 1/ 32' - V- 0' SHEET NUMBER A2. 08 ARCRITICIRRE3012 Homo Sara swa 100 Dm, , Colordo 11101 phone 303. 161. 5704 CZ_ " O O O L O C/) C C cc m EEj O ca ce uoc. a• U) guara, PROd NO. 5413200 a CARD F - i CNEOM pm CAOD FILE: . drg DAIS 08/ 03/ 2001 REVISIONS a 0Z ARCHITECTURE O = Studio 1 Bedroom Unit O = 2 Bedroom DiagramsSHEET TIRE' O° 3 Bedroom Building 13B 3• 4 Bedroom SEVENTH FLOOR r; ZSeventh Floor Loft Level LOFT LEVEL_ SHEET NU. 1'- 0r t A2. 09