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04-16-07 Town Council Packeto 0 SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING AGENDA APRIL 16, 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: CONSTRUCTION UPDATE (Time: 5 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: TWO-WEEK LOOK AHEAD FOR CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY Jason Haber...............................................................No Packet Information Item No. 5: TOWN HALL — DEPARTMENT FLOOR PLANS (Time: 45 Minutes): ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: PROVIDE FEEDBACK AND DIRECTION REGARDING PROPOSED TOWN HALL ALTERNATIVE FLOOR PLANS A AND B Russell Forrest & Jason Haber................................................Page 1 (TAB A) Item No. 6: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION — SAM'S KNOB RESTAURANT Time: 30 Minutes): SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION FOR THE SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN SAM'S KNOB REPLACEMENT RESTAURANT AND OTHER INTERIM ANCILLARY FACILITIES ON SAM'S KNOB. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: CONSIDERATION OF APPLICANTS' REQUEST TO CONTINUE THE PUBLIC HEARING AND POSTPONE THE PROJECT. Jim Wahlstrom...................................................................Page 10 (TAB B) Item No. 7: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION- CLUB COMMONS 11 EMPLOYEE HOUSING (Time: 1.5 Hours): PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION FOR THE PROPOSED COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: REVIEW OF ONE-HALF, OF THE CORE ISSUES PREVIOUS IDENTIFIED BY COUNCIL TOGETHER WITH DIRECTIVES FOR PREPARING CERTAIN FINDINGS AND CONDITIONS RELATED TO THOSE CORE ISSUES. Jim Wahlstrom (Continued from March 19, 2007).....................Page 36 (TAB C) Item No. 8: RODEO PLACE HOMES SALES PRICE DISCUSSION (Time: 1 hour): ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Sales Price Discussion for Duplex units and single family homes on lots 11 & 12 Review Duplex Floor plans Solar Panel life and Payback Period Closet Space Joe Coffey..........................................................................Page 66 (TAB D) 04-16-07 T.C. Page 2 of 2 Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 17, SERIES OF 2007 — CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS WEEK (Time: 15 Minutes): CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING APRIL 22 —28, 2007 AS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS WEEK Rhonda Coxon and John Wilkinson.....;..................................Page 74 (TAB E) Item No. 10: FIRST READING —ORDINANCE NO. 05, SERIES OF 2007 — MODEL TRAFFIC CODE UPDATE (Time: 15 Minutes): FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE 2003 REVISION TO THE COLORADO MODEL TRAFFIC CODE BY REFERENCE FOR THE REGULATION OF TRAFFIC IN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BY AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 8 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. John Dresser and Art Smythe................................................Page 76 (TAB F) Item No. 11: MANAGER'S REPORT...........................................................Page 98 (TAB G) Water Shed Issue 2007 Historical Plan Review Item No. 12: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS....Page 101(TAB H) Item No. 13: 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: April 2, 2007 Agenda Item: Town Hall — Department Floor Plans Presented By: Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director General Staff is requesting direction concerning future office locations Information: for the Marketing and Special Events Department and the Group Sales Department. In addition, staff is requesting direction regarding potential revisions to the Town Hall Project floor plans. Background The Town Hall Project has been designed to accommodate the Town Clerk, Town Manager, Police, Planning, Building and Finance Departments, as well as both the Marketing and Special Events and Group Sales Departments. Offices for the Finance Department, Marketing and Special Events Department, and Group Sales Department are currently designed to be provided as shown in the attached Floor Plan — Option A." Today, these departments lease office space, with Finance and Group Sales located at the Snowmass Center, and Marketing and Special Events located in the Gateway Building at the Snowmass Mall. The following identifies the space allocations for each of these departments: Existing Lease Floor Plan - Area Option A Finance 1,794 s.f.1 ,691 s.f. 6 staff) includes 162 s.f. basement storage) Marketing 1,205 s.f.733 s.f. 5 staff Group Sales 1,196 s.f.940 s.f. 6 staff In part, the reductions in floor area provided for the Marketing and Group Sales Departments in Option A are the result of: a. Each department (Fin., Mktg., & G.S.) increasing staff over the prior year, b. Efficiency in shared common area (i.e., copy, conference, circulation). Marketing Special Events & Group Sales The attached "MSE&GS Office Location Facts Document" provides background information, and documents the Marketing Special Events & Group Sales Board's support for the recommendation that: 1. Both Marketing and Group Sales Departments move to shared office space close to the commercial core, ideally at a central point between the Mall and Base Village nodes. The "Facts Document" indicates that in the case the recommendation above was deemed financially infeasible, the Board supported the following recommendation as a second choice alternative: 2. Marketing stays near commercial core. Group Sales moves to Town Hall. Detailed discussion regarding these recommendations is included in the "Facts Document" attachment. In addition, a portion of the approved MSE&GS Board meeting minutes from February 6, 2007 is also attached for Council consideration. Options At Monday's meeting, Staff will be prepared to present a discussion of "Floor Plan - Option A" as well as "Floor Plan - Option B" (see attached). Option B represents a scenario that excludes the Marketing and Special Events Department from the new Town Hall. As such, the Group Sales Department could have an opportunity to expand their usable floor area into the 1,600 s.f. range, an area more in line with other departments in the new Town Hall. Council consideration of an "Option B" scenario may eventually include some deliberation regarding the reconfiguration of particular departments within the Town Hall, as well as of potential uses for any unassigned floor area that would be gained in such a scenario. Financial Implications As departments that are funded through restricted funds in the Town budget, the Marketing and Special Events Department and Group Sales Department were to pay proportionate annual contributions toward debt service, operations, and maintenance of the new Town Hall. For each department, this was originally estimated at approximately 52,000 per year. In the event that Council chooses an "Option B" scenario, and the Marketing Department continues to rent outside of the new Town Hall, it is anticipated that the Group Sales Department would occupy a large portion of the space vacated by the Marketing Department, and therefore, the additional rent could be recovered from the Group Sales Department budget. These numbers will likely be revised in the near future as staff continues to develop updated O&M costs for the new Town Hall). Pro/Con Analysis Option A Pros: 1 . Consolidates Marketing and Group Sales Departments. 2. Town-owned office space for both departments — long- term reliance on availability. 3. Allows greater collaboration with other Town Depts. i.e. Planning, Finance, Town Manager). 4. Likely most economical option —This is the "lowest total payment' scenario for both Marketing and Group Sales. Cons: 1. Reduced floor area for Marketing and Group Sales Depts. (net reduction of 728 s.f. combined). 2. Marketing offices not conveniently accessed by mall merchants, Fanny Hill events, etc... - compromised customer service. 3. Fanny Hill and Mall not conveniently accessed by Marketing and Special Events staff— compromised departmental efficiency & effectiveness. 4. Likely need for Marketing Dept. satellite space at Mall- area — in addition to Town Hall office space. Option 8 Pros: 1. Opportunity for increased floor area for Marketing and Group Sales Depts. vs. Option A. 2. Potential for expanded Finance Dept. floor area. 3. Enhanced (more productive) office space for Group Sales Dept. in Town Hall. 4. Operational benefits associated with keeping Marketing Dept. at the Mall. Cons: 1 . Expanded Group Sales area results in higher Town Hall rent payment for that department, and Marketing Dept. would continue to pay full rent at the Mall. 2. Reduced synergy among Marketing and Group Sales Depts. 3. Reduced synergy among Marketing and other Town Hall Depts. 4. No long-term reliance on continued space availability for Marketing Dept. See attached "MSE&GS Office Location Facts Document' for additional discussion regarding ros and cons. Council Options: 1. Direct staff to proceed with construction and tenanting described in Floor Plan - Option A; 2. Direct staff to proceed with design, construction, and tenanting pursuant to an Option B scenario; 3. In the event that an Option B scenario is preferred, direct staff on an approach to covering the estimated unmet financing obligations. Staff Recommendations: 1. That Council provide direction to staff and our design consultants regarding the options described above. FLOOR PLAN — OPTION A aTRA PAYRGL 11 lVA TAX ANALYST NANAS'cR DIRECTOR tI I 2-4 I 24 I F-746-1 247 II 1 f 2-JrT1 l3s'Osf IIGsf Usf I f STO`K 241) 51 If fcaMT01 ChU 1i10fd f---1 G RR 248 r 219\ MATINS Or Gtkf A55'5T.DIR. IT TEG4. NIT- Hl M M M M M Nl M M Jit L 7j.. J I I FlE tiL• ns •lI Nf RL !YS,FLL rlI RE ' l I 0 2E 4 6ROLp 5-5. MRZT5. I D RECiN DIRECTOR l 2551 I D d_X f T f l ,\2 21 sf:otal I MART N, r 1'1 416 sf to:o 0 1 R: L5MF SALRE: i 6-sftca x - -1 F- T— -- _-J i1 it 11 ILo; a aI O 1 _- I FLOOR PLAN- OPTION B E24 Fi JA FIN[I., 11 U17- It OFFICE DIRECTO' I77F yl MSE&GS Office Location FACTS DOCUMENT FOR BOARD DISCUSSION CURRENT LOCATION Benefits: Currently the Marketing & Special Events office is located on the Lower Mall Level, up the stairs from the Village Shuttle depot. There are numerous advantages to this location: Easy Access To Stakeholders Walking distance for many lodges To pick-up marketing materials, give-aways for trade shows, share ideas Walking distance to/for commercial core restaurants and retailers, most of whom can not leave their shops all day or for anything but brief periods To stop in and request support with ad copy, provide specials to add to the website, share ideas and/or concerns To use the fax machine, make copies, laminate, and take advantage of other equipment we have that mom and pop shops typically don't invest in Albert merchant bi-weekly visits to drop off occupancy and groups reports, event updates, merchant meeting flyers, general information Contractor base for retrieving and putting up & taking down weekly flyers and posters every Friday in both seasons Walking distance to/from daily partners; SkiCo, Ticket Pavilion, Transportation Most centralized location for majority of stakeholders, great for hosting seasonal bbq's! Easy Access To Venues We Program Event tables & chairs, pop-up tents, stoves & propane, sandwich boards, fire extinguishers, tools, garbage bags, cartons of water, presentation boards, t-shirts and prizes, Family Fun Zone juggling equipment and games, costumes, much more; elevator inches from our door for weekly transport by dolly to and from sites Same for Mall decorating; Xmas lights &trees, stringing flags, hanging banners Family activities in both seasons require moving refreshments, blankets, campfire equipment, crafts, etc. to and from the site every day they're held (4x/wk in winter) Unanticipated needs during events require quick turnaround to and from office, i.e. grab umbrellas, create last minute signage, first-aid kit, broom to clean-up broken glass Shelter for breaks during long event days/nights/weekends while being close to venue; Check emails, charge batteries, post winners on website, cool-off/warm-up/dry-off Convenient onsite point for event organizers, chili cooks, balloon pilots, magicians, bikers, swamis, weekly Kids Zone entertainers, balloon lady, dancers warming-up Commercial grade safe for secure deposits, no traveling beyond the Mall with large amounts of money, walked to office by police Quick & easy access to p.a. system; turn off and on during afternoon Mall concerts, turn up during busier times, reprogram for holidays Provides for Guest Interaction and Research Assist those stopping in with directions, activities info; book lodging; provide shwag Save on expensive guest research by conducting ourselves; use opportunity to learn from them; why they chose Snowmass; what has their experience been Decent working space (1,200sf) Fairly sufficient storage for marketing materials, event supplies & products, shwag Space near boxes of marketing materials to collate/stuff ongoing fulfillment -- 100/week to 3,000 piece mailings Extra desk for p/t contractors, website coordinator, event organizers, future position More transparent than any other department: open door, no office walls, open meetings Challenges: Not big enough for Group Sales to be added; nice for both departments to share same office Old building, occasional fumes from heating system & Transportation garage below Uncertainty regarding West Village; need to move at some point; where, and will Related WestPac reduce rent in exchange for guest services we'll provide that benefits their tenants? OFFICE IN TOWN HALL Benefits: In same office with Group Sales New, impressive office space Stability, no need to move once there Challenges: Smaller space than we have today-- combined 700 sf smaller for Marketing & Group Sales -- the majority being noisy sales people on the phone most of the day No space for growth as Village stakeholders,product and our related work grow Same cost for smaller space; way over-crowded means far less productive Town counting on $50K annual rent from both Marketing & Group Sales Opposite of Benefits to being near commercial cores and venues; HUGE physical challenges and demands on Staff PROPOSED SOLUTIONS: 1. Both Marketing and Group Sales Departments move to shared office space close to the commercial core, ideally at a central point between the Mall and Base Village nodes. Add a true Guest Services function (similar to ACRA) and provide this service in exchange for reduced rent. Solves Marketing's issues, provides essential guest services, and enhances Group Sales' ability to wow group leaders and meeting planners by being near and taking in the exciting action they're selling. 2. Marketing stay near commercial core. Group Sales moves to Town Hall. Susan and Becky keep communication high with weekly 1:1's, monthly together with Russ; quarterly joint team meetings and continued annual fall planning retreat. 3. Both departments move to new Town Hall space. Current high productively and morale drops significantly. End up killing each other, creating a new problem for the Board. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Option 1, followed by Option 2 if Option 1 is not feasible from a financial standpoint. BOARD RESPONSE Unanimous 6-0 support for Staff's recommendation. Marketing, Special Events & Group Sales Board Meeting Minutes Meeting Date: February 6,2007 Minutes Approved: April 11, 2007 o Position Regarding Town Hall Office Space, Attachment E. There are numerous advantages to having the Marketing & Special Events offices on the Mall where they perform their dailyjobs, outlined in Attachment E. The main challenge is the Town is counting on $52K in annual rent from both the Group Sales and Marketing Departments. Purvis agreed that the current offices are in a much more welcoming and convenient location than the proposed new facilities. Also, both departments are growing and the New Town Hall space will be limiting and inadequate if shared with both departments. The Board also questioned why the Marketing& Group Sales departments will be paying rent and the other Town departments won't. Inevitably, changing space will be a Council decision because the Town is counting on money in order to build/support the New Town Hall. Purvis mentioned that in the future, Related/WestPac may have space to host these "critical role" departments in the West Village. Carey Shanks asked if the Board, today or at some point in the very near future, will take a position on Hamley's preferred alternative of being in the core nearest the department's daily stakeholders. Related/WestPac wants to be supportive of a vital vibrant commercial core which plays into the heads on beds" thinking. Sinko stated the Board should not vote on this but give a yes or no to supporting the Sales and Marketing departments to go forward with this notion to Council. Quigley would also like forecasting for needed storage and central payroll savings to be brought up. The direction for Hamley to approach Town and Council for approval to be in the most efficient environment, ideall together with Group Sales, was supported by 6 in favor. 0 opposed. PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 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: Monday, April 16, 2007 TIME: During a meeting which begins at 4:00 P.M. or at such time thereafter that the item appears on the agenda of the Town Council. WHERE: Town Council Chambers Snowmass Center, Second (2"d) Floor 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, Colorado WHY: To receive public comment on, A SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION FOR THE PROPOSED SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN SAM'S KNOB REPLACEMENT RESTAURANT AND OTHER ANCILLARY FACILITIES ON SAM'S KNOB CODE: The application is being processed as a Special Review application pursuant to Section 16A-5-220 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. INFO: Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Town of Snowmass Village Planning Department or by telephone at (970) 923-5524 during normal business hours. Address: Snowmass Village Planning Department, P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, Attn.: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner. Town Clerk Telephone: 923-3777 Internet access to Council email: http://www.tosv.com Citizen Feedback Hotline: 922-6727 clerk@tosv.com Additional meetings will be held before the Town Council at later dates, for which only published notice may occur. Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on March 28, 2007. c TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 16, 2007 Agenda Item: PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION —SAM'S KNOB RESTAURANT: SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION FOR THE SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN SAM'S KNOB REPLACEMENT RESTAURANT AND OTHER INTERIM ANCILLARY FACILITIES ON SAM'S KNOB. Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: This initial public hearing was scheduled for the purpose of introducing and reviewing the Special Review application for the Sam's Knob replacement restaurant on Snowmass Mountain. See the attached public hearing notice (ATTACHMENT 1). As of April 9, 2007, Staff has received a letter from the Applicant ATTACHMENT 2), that includes reasons or other explanations for requesting: A. Continuance of the Town Council hearing on the application until August 1, 2007; and B. A one year extension of the Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, requirement to install a replacement facility at Sam's Knob by the 07/08 season. General Info: Pursuant to Condition #11 in Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, and as restated in the PUD Guide for the Snowmass Mountain amendment, it states: The Applicant shall install a replacement Sam's Knob restaurant facility with a minimum of 125 indoor seats and an outdoor deck open to the general public no later than the '07/'08 winter season, in accordance with the review procedures outlined in the PUD Guide:' The condition was included in the ordinance pursuant to previous discussions between the Town Council and the Applicant during the course of the Snowmass Mountain amendment review in 2004/05. In the end, the condition was inserted in the ordinance because the Applicant submitted a letter dated January 21, 2005 indicating all their efforts to build the replacement restaurant for the 05/06 season, would attempt to complete the project as soon as practical, and felt confident that a new food service facility would be in place no later than the 07/08 season (see ATTACHMENT 3). However, if Council is amenable in accepting such deadline date extension for review and final consideration, the Council could direct the Applicant to either formally submit: 1) an Administrative Modification for action by the Planning Director, or 2) a PUD Amendment for final consideration by the Town Council. 1 Attachments: 1. Public hearing notice; 2. Applicant letter dated April 9, 2007 making current requests for continuance of hearing and postponement of the project; 3. Applicant letter January 21, 2005 committing to previous 07/08 deadline for constructing the replacement restaurant; and 4. Planning Commission Resolution No. 5, Series of 2007, with exhibits. (Note: As a matter of protocol, this resolution is provided at this time for the initial Town Council public hearing as a matter of information and reference concerning the Planning Commission's findings in their review of the application as presented by the Applicant at the time together with their recommendations to Council). Council Options: 1. Provide direction concerning the Applicant's request concerning the one year extension for installing the replacement restaurant; and 2. Open the public hearing and allow for public comments, if any; and 3. Grant the Applicant's request for continuance of the public hearing to August 1, 2007; or 4. Continue the public hearing to another date certain; or 5. Deny the Applicant's request for public hearing continuation and close the public hearing. Staff Staff recommends that the public hearing for this application be Recommendation: continued to May 21, 2007 in order for the Town to better assess the remedies or mitigation requirements for such an extension request by one year for the new restaurant. Options for remedies or mitigation for consideration might include: 1. Revisiting the transit service funding arrangements from Ordinance No. 9, Series of 1994; and/or 2. Assessing the possible need for additional parking, either for day skiers, employees and/or construction workers; and/or 3. Determining the appropriate temporary facilities that could be placed on Sam's Knob in the interim; and/or 4. Estimating the cash-in-lieu fiscal impacts upon the Town due to lack of such facility for one year. 2 ATTACHMENT 1 TC Report 04-16-07 Page 1 of 1 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 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: Monday, April 16, 2007 TIME: During a meeting which begins at 4:00 P.M. or at such time thereafter that the item appears on the agenda of the Town Council. WHERE: Town Council Chambers Snowmass Center, Second (2ntl) Floor 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, Colorado WHY: To receive public comment on, A SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION FOR THE PROPOSED SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN SAM'S KNOB REPLACEMENT RESTAURANT AND OTHER ANCILLARY FACILITIES ON SAM'S KNOB. CODE: The application is being processed as a Special Review application pursuant to Section 16A-5-220 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. INFO: Additional information regarding the proposal is available for inspection at the Town of Snowmass Village Planning Department or by telephone at (970) 923-5524 during normal business hours. Address: Snowmass Village Planning Department, P.O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, Attn.: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner. Town Clerk Telephone: 923-3777 Internet access to Council email: http://www.tosv.com Citizen Feedback Hotline: 922-6727 clerk@tosv.com Additional meetings will be held before the Town Council at later dates, for which only published notice may occur. Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk Published in the Snowmass Sun on March 28, 2007. SNOWMASS ASPEN MOUNTAIN ASPEN HIGHLANDS BUTTERMILK A S P E N(S N O W M A S S. ASPEN SKIING COMPANY ATTACHMENT 2 TC Report 04-16-07 Page I of 2 Chris Conrad Planning Director Town of Snowmass Village PO Box 5010 aCCEIRIVIED Snowmass Village, CO 81615 APR 0 9 2007 April 2007 5nw ,in aeS'/ii!age p Dear Chris; Aspen Skiing Company requests the following with respect to the Special Review application for Sam's Knob restaurant: A) Continuance of the Town Council hearing on the application until August 1, 2007; B) A one year extension of the Ordinance 2-2005 requirement to install a replacement facility at Sam's Knob by the 07/08 season. Schedule delays, green building guidelines, and cost increases are the factors behind our request. The Sam's Knob restaurant is reviewed under two jurisdictions, the Town and the US Forest Service. When our initial restaurant design was rejected by the Forest Service in July 2006 we were forced to completely redesign the restaurant. This redesign has set our schedule back an entire year, and while we have been working diligently under an accelerated timeline, it is now clear that we are too far behind on our design and entitlement schedule to complete the project in 2007. T lie sewnu issue driving the consiruction delay is our internal design criteria, calling for an environmentally progressive building that will meet LEED certification specifications. The accelerated design process would have prevented us from attaining LEED certification of the building. Finally, pricing for the project increased sixty percent (60%)between January and the end of March, exceeding the budget and severely compromising the economics of the project. Extending this deadline will allow us to re-examine building systems and redesign portions of the building to bring project costs back in line. It also enables us to address the ski patrol shack and other temporary facilities at the top of the Knob in our amended application when we return to Council in August. Please know that we are unhappy about having to make this request of the Town. We have P.O.Box 1248 delivered all other elements of our promised on-mountain improvements at Snowmass per Aspen,CO 81612-1248 970-925-1220 www.aspensnowmass.com N^ a^^%W, ATTACHMENT 2 TC Report 04-16-07 Page 2 of 2 our schedule, in spite of the Base Village construction delay and significant cost escalation. We remain committed to delivering a quality facility that is environmentally sensitive and that meets the expectations of the community and our guests. We will return to the Town Council regularly in order to keep everyone informed on the project's progress. Thank you for considering our request. Please don't hesitate to contact me at (970) 923- 8758 if I can answer any questions or otherwise assist in the review of this request. i ` 1 C Kiley Prod t Manager SNOWMASS ASPEN MOUNTAIN ASPEN HIGHLANDS BUTTERMILK ASPEN /f\ S N 0 W M A S S, ASPEN SKIING COMPANY ATTACHMENT TC Report 04-16-07 January 21, 2005 Page 1 of 1 Mr. Chris Conrad, Planning Director Town of Snowmass Village 16 Kearns Rd. Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 Dear Chris, I am writing in response to the Town Council's request for clarification on our plans for the Sam's Knob restaurant. Concern was expressed at the January 18`I' meeting about our long-range plan for replacement of this facility. As you know, the earth work and site grading for the new lifts at Sam's Knob essentially require us to remove the building in order to create adequate skier circulation.. It is our intention to construct a new building at Sam's knob before the start of the 07/08 season. We would like to build the new restaurant as soon as we can. We will make all efforts to build for the 05/06 season but must await the outcome of the grading and lift construction efforts on the site. Our plan will be to provide a facility with a minimum of 125 seats. We will attempt to complete this project as soon as is practical but we feel confident that we can have a new food service facility in place no later than 07/08. We trust that this is responsive to the council concern and we will of course be prepared to discuss this at our next meeting which is scheduled for January 31. Please call with any questions. Sincerely., Bill Kane, Vice-President Planning CER 18N 2 6 2005 Snowmass Village Community Development P.O.Box 1248 Aspen,CO 81612.1248 970-925-1220 www.asponsnowmass.com Pnnrtn onR"ad N, ATTACHMENT 4 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TC Report 04-16-07 PLANNING COMMISSION Page 1 of 1 RESOLUTION No. 5 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATION FOR THE SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN SAM'S KNOB REPLACEMENT RESTAURANT AND OTHER INTERIM ANCILLARY FACILITIES ON SAM'S KNOB. WHEREAS, the Aspen Skiing Company ("Applicant") submitted a Special Review application for the proposed Sam's Knob replacement restaurant located on Snowmass Mountain as required pursuant to Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, on January 24,2007; and WHEREAS, the Special Review application was deemed complete for referral purposes as of February 20, 2007, and the application was referred to applicable referral agencies on February 20, 2007; and WHEREAS, the Applicant submitted supplemental materials in response to Staff and Planning Commission comments, as well as an addendum to the application that proposes interim ancillary facilities on Sam's Knob; and WHEREAS, as more particularly described on attached Exhibit "A," the Special Review application proposes approximately 9,900 square foot quick-serve restaurant building, open to the general public, incorporating a 150-seat indoor dining room of roughly 2,200 square feet, 50 outdoor seats on a deck of approximately 850 square feet that encroaches into an existing 30% slope area, a coffee bar of about 700 square feet with an additional seating area, public restrooms, vestibule entrances, kitchen and back of house services comprising almost 2,400 square feet, a replacement two-bedroom employee unit of approximately 925 square feet as a caretakers residence all on a single-level with universal accessibility, and a shipping/receiving dock and a mechanical room of roughly 1,770 square feet as exempted service space; and WHEREAS,the Special Review application was processed in accordance with Section 16A-5-230 of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed the noted application, considered the recommendations of Town Staff,and received public comment thereon at public meetings held on March 7 and 21, 2007. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, bythe Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: Section One: General Findings The Planning Commission generally finds that: 1) The Applicant submitted the application for the Special Review in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Code. 2) The application provided the"Minimum Contents"required pursuant to Sections 16A- 5-220 and 230, and included written and graphic materials in sufficient detail to deem the application complete for initial review. PC Reso 07-5 Page 2 of 8 3) Supplemental information, amendments and addendums to the application, acceptable for submission, have been supplied by the Applicant during the review process for consideration mainly in response to Town Staff and Planning Commission comments and concerns, but also to identify interim temporary-type facilities for the Sam's Knob area. 4) All public hearing notification requirements,as specified within Section 16A-5-60(b)of the Municipal Code, have been satisfied. 5) Pursuant to Condition#11 in Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005, and restated in the PUD Guide, it states, "The Applicant shall install a replacement Sam's Knob restaurant facility with a minimum of 125 indoor seats and an outdoor deck open to the general public no later than the '07/'08 winter season, in accordance with the review procedures outlined in the PUD Guide." This application seems to satisfactorily represent the Applicant's response to that condition. 6) The United States Forest Service(USFS)has preliminarily consented to the design of the proposed replacement restaurant building pursuant to a letter dated November 8, 2006 in the application notebook, which appears to be acceptable authorization in order to conduct a complete reviewof the application by the Town. 7) Subject to addressing the recommendations in Section Three of this resolution, the Special Review application, as more particularly described in attached Exhibit"A,"and incorporated herein by reference, is consistent with Section 16A-5-230, Special Review, of the Municipal Code, because: a) The proposal seems consistent with the "Recreation' designation on the Future Land Use Map of the Town of Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan; b) The proposal appears consistent with the "Recreation"zone district for Snowmass Mountain approved via Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2006, ("Ordinance") as restaurants or other shelter facilities are permitted or restricted by a PUD Guide or by Special Review. In accordance with the Ordinance and PUD Guide,"New shelter or restaurant facilities or expansion thereof not identified on the current plan submission" (e.g., amendment granted in 2005) require at minimum a Special Review application; c) Pursuant to the PUD Guide in Ordinance No.2, Series of 2005,there is a reference that the maximum amount of commercial space for the ski mountain is 120,000 square feet. The Sam's Knob replacement restaurant building of approximately 10,000 square feet, not including exempted and service spaces, together with the other ancillary or commercial facilities on the ski mountain continue to fall within the maximum square footage requirement; d) The proposed use and its proposed location are compatible with the character of surrounding land uses in the area, and would not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. The previous restaurant building was two levels with approximately 275 indoor seats, including 110 seats on the lower level and 140 seats on the upper level, and the replacement restaurant is smaller in comparison with a one-level building incorporating 150 indoor seats; e) Access to the site continues to be adequate for the proposed use utilizing existing PC Reso 07-5 Page 3 of 8 mountain roads, public transportation, or other public or private transportation services at the base of the mountain,and appropriate ski/snowboard lifts, pedestrian facilities/trails are designed into the project and as part of the entire Snowmass Mountain that are made available to serve the building and ancillary facilities, and that such proposal should not compromise the previously approved locations of mountain trails; f) The design and operation of the proposed use seems to minimize by its design and orientation any adverse impacts and should not create a nuisance,considering such impacts as traffic congestion or traffic hazards,service delivery,parking and loading, trash removal, odors, noise,glare and vibration. The Applicant has represented that the only exterior lighting on the building will be down lights at the building entrances and a service light at the loading dock area, orother exterior lights as required by Code," and that shades would be provided for the windows if the building is eventually used for evening events; g) The proposed use appears to minimize environmental impacts and should not cause significant deterioration of water and air resources,wildlife habitat,scenic resources and other natural resources; h) There seems to be adequate public facilities in the nearby vicinity and at the base of Snowmass Mountain that are available to serve the proposed use; and i) The parking arrangements at the base of Snowmass Mountain appear sufficient to serve this facility. 8) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-20 of the Municipal Code, wildlife issues were previously addressed in the Final PUD and per the subsequent Environmental Assessment under the review authority of the USFS. Sam's Knob is not located within a sensitive wildlife area pursuant to the Town's Comprehensive Plan. 9) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-30(e)(1)(d) of the Municipal Code, the proposal does not directly impact the Brush Creek corridor and the proposed site for development is located outside of the Brush Creek impact zones. 10) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-50 of the Municipal Code, the site is not located in a hazardous geologic area. 11) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-50 of the Municipal Code, approximately one-half of the proposed outdoor deck of roughly 850 square feet in size encroaches upon 30% or greater steep slopes. The development appears unable to avoid the steep slopes due the constrained nature of the Sam's Knob flattop and the numerous activities occurring in the area. Further,the Applicant's geologic engineer submitted a letter dated February 28, 2007 stating that, "the natural slopes are not prone to instability or failure and the proposed grading and building construction should not increase the potential for slope instability or increase the risk of damage to adjacent property." 12) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-50 of the Municipal Code, the Applicant has represented satisfactorily that the new replacement restaurantwill not be visible at all from anywhere along Brush Creek Road, Owl Creek Road or the Town's community park. This statement was made despite the fact that the view angle is shallower from the community park than from the northeasterly fall line of Sam's Knob to the roof pitch of the restaurant building and that the alignment of the line of sight between Sam's Knob PC Reso 07-5 Page 4 of 8 and the Base Village area is generally the same as between Sam's Knob and the Town's community park. The Applicant has acceptably represented that, "the building will be set back over 150 feet from the southeastern edge that is visible from these points, and from screening provided by the existing stands of 30 to 35 foot tall coniferous trees located at the top of the Knob." 13) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-210 of the Municipal Code, the streets and related improvements standards would not apply in this case. 14) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-220 of the Municipal Code, the proposed trails or connections seem adequate and are not inconsistent with the Snowmass Mountain Master Plan Amendment and Final PUD approved via Ordinance No.2,Series of 2005. 15) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-230 of the Municipal Code,water service would be provided by generally the same on-mountain service that currently supplied the previous restaurant. Sewer service would be tied to the existing on-mountain sewer main connected to the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District treatment facilities. 16) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-230 of the Municipal Code, solid waste from the ski mountain will be satisfactorily handled through the Divide vehicle maintenance facility below the mountain. 17) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-240 of the Municipal Code,the Applicant acknowledged that a fire sprinkler system would be installed in the replacement facility to be served bya fire suppression tank under the outdoor deck, a pump off the domestic water line, or similar devices, which seems appropriate. The Applicant acknowledged that the fire suppression tank, if utilized,would need to be calculated for acceptable capacity in order to capably serve the proposed fire sprinkler system. 18) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-250 of the Municipal Code,and even though such plans are not a specific submittal requirement for a Special Review application, the application proposes re-grading into existing knolls or the elimination thereof near the north and south ends of the proposed restaurant building footprint, which appears acceptable. 19) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-270 of the Municipal Code, a subdivision plat for the Snowmass Mountain was not required, other than the previous boundary survey or legal description for the rezoning to "Recreation" at the time of Final PUD, since the property is under separate ownership by the USFS. 20) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-300&310 of the Municipal Code,the parking provisions in the Code are not applicable forthis project and adequate parking is orwill be provided at the base of the mountain. 21) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-320 of the Municipal Code, conceptual landscape plans were provided in the application, and even though such a plan is not a specific submittal requirement for a Special Review application, the Applicant has agreed to provide a proposed landscape plan around the restaurant area for review. The existing alpine environment in the immediate area also seems to provide additional acceptable screening and buffering. PC Reso 07-5 Page 5 of 8 22) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-320(c) and (h) of the Municipal Code, the Applicant submitted a construction management plan fog the Sam's Knob area. That CMP together with the previously approved CMP via Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2006, referenced in the Final PUD, seem adequate for controlling the impacts from the construction on Sam's Knob. The Applicant's request to extend the construction hours between 7:00 a.m.to past 6:00 p.m.to 7:00 p.m.seems reasonable considering the significant separation distance of the site from existing residential neighborhoods in the community. The Applicant also represented that, "No helicopter use is anticipated for this project." 23) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-330 of the Municipal Code,the building seems acceptably designed to take maximum advantage of solar,and the shadow impacts from the facility would appear to be nominal. 24) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-340 of the Municipal Code, the application adequately addresses the criteria regarding site integration, scale and mass, building materials, climate/solar orientation and views. The building height is represented as being a maximum of 35 feet from finished grade and appears acceptable. The building materials will mainly incorporate cementitious panel and batten siding, non-reflective glass with shades throughout the building, rusted steel shingles, a stone veneer wainscot treatment on the front fapade entry area, a rusted steel standing seam pitched roof, and stained concrete exposed foundation walls for the building and deck. Such a treatment appears be consistent with the standards requiring, "buildings shall be designed with natural materials and details that are indigenous to Colorado and that are non-reflective." Further it states, "Materials should be predominantly authentic in their appearance, with natural textures and weathering,". which this application seems to satisfactorily address." In addition, "The indigenous materials of the surrounding mountains should be conveyed by integrating heavy timbers, natural siding materials and rock into the building design," which this application also seems to adequately address. 25) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-340(c)(2)d of the Municipal Code, the Applicant represented that the majority of roof top mechanical units would be mounted to a maximum height of six (6')feet on a flat roof in the center of the building screened by the roof parapet feature, which seems acceptable. 26) Pursuant to Section 16A-441D of the Municipal Code, the employee housing requirements for the entire Snowmass Mountain, including the previous Sam's Knob restaurant, were previously addressed via Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005. The replacement restaurant is smaller by comparison and generates a lesser number of employees. The proposal includes a replacement two-bedroom employee unit for use as a caretaker residence and seems acceptable. 27) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-500 & 510 of the Municipal Code, only one sign will be installed at the entrance to the restaurant that seems acceptable and shall conform to the size limitations of the Code. The applicant has indicated that the sign will not be lit. 28) The Applicant has satisfactorily represented for the public record that there will be no PC Reso 07-5 Page 6 of 8 summer time or nighttime operations projected at the facility at this time. Section Two: Action. Pursuant to the findings stated in Section One of this resolution,the Planning Commission recommends that the Town Council approve the Special Review application for the Sam's Knob replacement restaurant and ancillary facilities shown in the Applicant's supplemental presentation and application materials as more specifically described in attached Exhibit'A,"subject to satisfactorily implementing the recommendations in Section Three of this resolution. Section Three: Recommendations. The Planning Commission makes the following recommendations for consideration by Town Council as conditions for the application: 1) Considering the constraints associated with a separate review process by a Federal agency, the Planning Commission would prefer but not necessarily require that: a) the west elevation incorporate larger paned windows, versus the multi-paned windows, to take advantage of the panoramic mountain back drop similar to the arrangement at the Sundeck restaurant on Aspen Mountain. 2) The alternative main entry detail and fenestration treatment on the east elevation of the building is preferred. 3) An additional or expanded deck area with supplemental seating and picnic tables for separate accessibility by the general public from the outside of the restaurant building for their usage should be provided beyond the deck and seating area intended forthe restaurant patrons, integrated into the proposed landscape plan for the area, and maintained accordingly including proper snow removal. 4) The Town Council should determine by separate ordinance if the Applicant and their geotechnical engineer has satisfactorily complied with the Municipal Code standards for allowing the outdoor deck and related retaining foundation walls to encroach into a 30% or greater slope area. 5) During construction, the Applicant's geotechnical engineer should observe the excavations for cut slope stability and bearing conditions for building support for consistency with the recommendations in theHP Geotech letters dated October 10, 2005 and February 28, 2007. 6) For the temporary erosion control during the construction phase, the Applicant should employ the following Best Management Practices (BMPs): a) Installation of an embedded fence around the disturbed soils and especially in the low receiving ends of the slopes; b) After clearing and grading and prior to construction, the Applicant should install temporary sediment pits along the drainage swales in orderto collect sediments and prevent them from spreading. 7) For permanent post construction erosion control, the Applicant should: a) Immediately stabilize the surface around the disturbed area of the construction site pursuant to the plantings and revegetation recommendations below; and PC Reso 07-5 Page 7 of 8 b) Install geofabric liner and riprap at all concentrated discharges, including roof drain daylight points. 8) The Applicant's proposed planting plan submitted March 14,2007 should be reviewed to determine if the outstanding review comments dated March 5, 2007 have been addressed to the satisfaction of the Town's Landscape Architect. 9) In addition to the proposed planting plan indicating the installation of new trees, the Applicant shall revegetate the disturbed surface portions of the site with native grasses immediately following construction of the exterior shell of the building and/or after completion of the restaurant, but absolutely no later than the start of the 2008/09 ski season, for the purpose of erosion control. 10) The proposed service light fixtures atthe loading/receiving area and at the front entrance shall be downcast in addition to the light source being concealed from view angles downvalley. The Applicant should provide manufacture specifications of the light fixtures and sources to the Town's Chief Building Official with the building construction plans to determine compliance with the lighting ordinance. 11) If any of the roof top mechanical units, flues, vents or exhaust shafts happen to be visible beyond the roof line or a parapet feature from the flat top of Sam's Knob, such equipment should be concealed with matching or similar building exterior or roof finishes or primed and painted to blend with the roofing color. 12) The proposed advertising sign should be prohibited from being internally illuminated in addition to not being indirectly lit from the exterior. 13) Despite the appropriateness of allowing construction activities to occuron the site from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., there should be no construction deliveries to the site after 6:00 p.m. 14) In efforts to comply with the Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW) recommendations, the Applicant should comply with the following: a) If a helicopter is to be used during construction, the CDOW should be consulted in advance for input; b) Dogs, firearms and archery equipment should not be allowed to.be brought on site by construction workers, working employees, or the caretaker residents; c) All disturbed areas should be re-vegetated with native plant species beneficial to wildlife upon completion of the exterior shell of the building and deck area; and d) Any outside trash/garbage should be kept in approved bear resistant containers especially during construction as well as during the operation of the restaurant in particular from spring to fall as applicable, and all doors and windows on the facility should be closed and locked, and exterior doors installed with rounded door handle knobs. 15) The Applicant shall define the"limited number of special events,"to occur outside ofthe currently proposed winter operations only, by separate Special Review or other appropriate application for review and approval by the Town in advance of conducting such events. PC Reso 07-5 Page 8 of 8 Section Four: Severabilitv. 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 March 21, 2007 upon a motion by Planning Commission Member Butler, the second of Planning Commission Member Gustafson, and upon a vote of 7 in favor and 0 against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Planning Commission By: I o S Douglas Fau er, Chair an ATTEST: Cindy FordWianning Commission Secretary EXHIBIT "A" PC Reso 07-5liti+° III all Page f of 11 m RIM I%1 pg pp ppe ®p 5 aka 1 o5I m, DT I 6 4 c F w 4 E 9 Z IF wl p4 f INj a RLiCEiVE' D F 2o 2007 EB q i u 3 9CHNUFSFR OORWN MEYE31 SLOPES 8Q, rr " xsue+ iNUrr e jpOI SAMS MVOB RESTA URANT OR cRE1TER NQ COSTftUC110N w eim.. mc ia oa+ p. 9VU/ YI9S VRlACB. co N mx m lool N O J i 1_. Ate- -• C pre IL C: ii i o" EIIIIIIIIIFI 4GO£Sd ISAM'SKNOBIE# S-LOosaa db _ iccASPENSKIINGCOMPANYE- d» 11E31HX30 ' oSNOWMASSMOUNTAINgttFI`] ZIIIIIIII Proposed Cond p itions Village Express Sam' s Knob 470 sq. ft. Ski Patrol trailer location for 07108 Existing berm to be retained 4 M o SL SAD EXHIBIT "A" Sam's Knob Replacement Restaurant PC Reso o7-S Floor Plan received January 24, 2007 Page 5 of I t Interior Spaces (gualifvine FAR): East Vestibule entry = 64 sf South Vestibule entry = 80 sf Public Restrooms 736 sf Lobby 576 sf Main circulation hallway = 600 sf Wait Staff Station 20 sf Indoor Dining(150 seats)=2184 sf Coffee bar/pastry w/seats= 700 sf Kitchen&BOH 2380 sf Service/Egress Passage = 135 sf Closet off Passage 27 sf Caretaker Unit(2 bdrm) = 923 sf Unheated Storage 2 1 sf SUBTOTAL INTERIOR SPACE: 8696 sf Exterior SRaces (aual_iiff+in¢FAR): Outdoor Deck(50 seats) = 850 sf Covered South Entry = 125 A East Horizontal Roof = 300 sf 1/2 credit for projection) West roof overhang at unit= 14 sf 1/2 credit for projection) SUBTOTAL EXTERIOR SPACE: 1289 sf TOTAL QUALIFYING FAR: 9985 sf Exempted areas and Service Spaces: Covered Ramps/Walk = 230 sf under 6' in width—SE side) Loading Dock 168 sf Receiving Area 280 sf Stairs to Receiving 39 sf Ramps/Hall to Receiving = 409 sf Horizontal projection = 60 sf north end for snoweat) Mechanical/Electrical Room= 528 sf Stairway off NW comer = 56 sf TOTAL EXEMPTED SPACES: 1770 sf GROSS FLOOR AREA: 11755 sf 0> EXHIBIT "A" 1 PC Reso 07-5 A Page sot 11 0 B T`b F= yyyJ LL I I 1 I II I I I I f I I f I I 1 i II I I 1 ®I I I I I I I I Q gl I j I I I I 11 I I M n U O W O b NOR1 ELEVATION 7m 7`. 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MIK ASD f 1 A5. 2 varta ame asr nxi worn ft& m m O NEYA mx 2 x fm J TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 16, 2007 Agenda Item: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION - CLUB COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING: PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION FOR THE PROPOSED CLUB COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT Presented By: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Core Issues: At the initial public hearing on March 7, 2007 to primarily hear the presentation of the proposal by the Applicant, public comments were taken and each Council member provided an overview of their main concerns, generally summarized in ATTACHMENT 6. See ATTACHMENTS 7 and 8 for the Applicant's responses, received as of March 13, 2007. It was also directed that the previous March 19, 2007 session begin focusing on the one-half of the Council directives pursuant to Resolutions Nos. 55 and 64, Series of 2006 (see ATTACHMENT 1): However, the discussion of the core issues did not occur as the Applicant requested continuance of the public hearing in efforts to meet with the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (the co-applicant) concerning a possible four-story proposal. The result of that discussion is that the Applicants still wishes to pursue to the three-story proposal. Consequently, the attached staff report is very similar to the report presented at the March 19`" meeting. Also, as more time is needed to address potential transit service options for review at a subsequent meeting, Staff recommends that the transit and the related traffic and circulation issues be deferred to the next available meeting. For the April 16'" meeting, the scheduled core issues for review are: Additional housing needs: Are there still additional employee housing needs or desires considering the building heights and visual impacts (e.g., three versus four levels)? Building heights: What are the height impacts and how do the variations meet the Code criteria? Employee housing mitigation provisions: How would or should the remaining employee housing requirements at Base Village and Snowmass Mountain be mitigated? What would be the acceptable mitigation square footage to be applied at Club Commons II? Unit mixtiocations: Are the unit locations and their mix, including ADA units as they relate to elevators and their locations, adequately arranged? Parking Provisions: Are the proposed parking provisions for the employee units at the Club Commons II site adequate? Is there further need for the additional remote parking at the Black Saddle parking area? Parking restrictions: Are options for restricting parking, such as for seasonal units or for certain other units, acceptable especially if additional employee housing units are recommended? General Info and Attachments: Attachments: 1. Council directives from Resolutions Nos. 55 and 64; 2. Updated summary staff report of affected core issues; 3. Supplemental staff report explaining Code language interpretations related to floor area measurements versus the housing mitigation measurements; 4. Excerpts from the Base Village Restricted Housing Agreement; 5. Snowmass Mountain Restricted Housing Agreement; 6. Summary of discussion points from the March 7'h Council meeting; 7. Replies from Applicant to the discussion points on March 7'h' Note: As the referenced site plan deals with circulation issues, that plan will be brought forth and scheduled for a future meeting); 8. Letter dated March 7, 2007 explaining Applicant's plan to mitigate the 8,360 square feet of employee housing for Snowmass Mountain; and 9. Town Attorney's response to Applicant's now proposed housing mitigation for Snowmass Mountain. As needed, please reference as needed the referral agency comments and Planning Commission Resolution No. 2, Series of 2007, from the March 7'h meeting. Separate handout packet with 11" x 17' drawings (i.e., enlargements from the Planning Commission resolution exhibits) that include: Colored renderings of the proposed three-story buildings; Building elevations, which also conceptually illustrates how a fourth level might appear for additional employee housing; Letter from Applicant dated December 15, 2006 describing the floor area calculations together with revised employee housing mitigation allocation and land use tables; Colored floor plan area calculation sheets dated December 15, 2006 for both buildings (Buildings A24 and B12); and Expanded parking plan proposal for the Black Saddle lot presented to Planning Commission. 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 and/or core issues; 2. Applicant presentation of the core issues as needed; 3. Open the continued 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; 2 6. Provide directives to Applicant and Staff in preparing of findings and conditions for a subsequent resolution; and 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. 3 ATTACHMENT 1 TC Report 04-16-07 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 transit/transportation 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. 4 ATTACHMENT 1 TC Report 04-16-07 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. As of the writing of the March 19`h Council report, no additional review comments were submitted on the latest TIA). 5 ATTACHMENT 2 TC Report 04-16-07 Updated Summary Staff Report Club Commons II Employee Housing project Preliminary Plan application Core Issues for April 16, 2007 meeting Additional housing needs: Are there still additional employee housing needs or desires considering the building heights and visual impacts (e.g., three versus four levels)? The Applicant has restated per ATTACHMENT 7,that the current application is for three- story buildings. If the direction changes, they would submit for an amendment to the current application to possibly add a fourth story to the buildings. However, a recent meeting between the Applicant and the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District as resulted in the Applicant pursuing the three-story proposal at this time. It should be pointed out that the Planning Commission was adamant in their strong recommendation that the application be modified to propose four-story buildings. The additional density would also justify the need to provide transit service for the area. Building heights: What are the height impacts and how do the variations meet the Code criteria? The application proposes two, three-story buildings for employee housing that would generally match the scale, character, architectural details and materials of the Club Commons I development (reduced from four stories with the revised Sketch Plan). Concerning the proposed height variations, the application proposes building heights from two to five feet above the existing 41-foot height limit in Parcel 12. The Applicant wishes to eventually apply the same height standard for the portion of the proposed project area outside Parcel 12 by subsequently expanding the PUD boundary. However, a rezoning will likely be needed, that may have a more restrictive height limit (e.g., 38 feet), as a 'PUD' designation may no longer be used for rezoning purposes per the Municipal Code. Therefore, 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 and as a result, this issue will likely be brought forth again during the Final PUD stage. Pursuant to Section 2 of the application notebook, about 15-17% of the buildings would be over the 41-foot height limit established for existing 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 6 the 41-foot height limit), but complies with the 75% rule (i.e., below the maximum of 71.75 feet). However, as previously noted above, development outside of Parcel 12 would require PUD Amendment or a rezoning with a possible height limit of 38 feet. On the other hand, 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 pursuant to their strong recommendation for the addition of a 0 level on the buildings. Please reference Planning Commission Resolution No. 2, Series of 2007, in the March 7`h Council report for the specific language. However, the specific findings below are probably more relevant for Council's consideration at this time considering the current application proposing three-story buildings: 1) 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 district by more than 75%triggering a super-majority vote of the Town Council, community purposes and the demonstration of "exceptional and special circumstances." 2) 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. 3) 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 buildings are designed similarly or to match the Club Commons I project. However, if the application is subsequently amended for four-story buildings, it may be out of character with the other structures in the area. They would represent the first four-story buildings in the Snowmass Club area outside of the Chapel proposal. The Applicant also needs to demonstrate a community purpose to the satisfaction of Town Council for the current height variations. One scenario could be the provision of employee housing beyond the mitigation requirement. However, this may not be possible with the current three-story proposal. Another community purpose, as an example, could be the provision of necessary public facilities, such as public parking, transportation facilities or services, and/or recreation facilities or the usage thereof. Employee Housing mitigation provisions: How would or should the remaining employee housing requirements at Base Village and Snowmass Mountain be mitigated? What would be the acceptable mitigation square footage to be applied at Club Commons ll? 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 (see ATTACHMENT 4 for excerpts from the Base Village Restricted Housing Agreement). 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 or if not, by cash-in-lieu (see ATTACHMENT 5 for the Snowmass Mountain Restricted Housing Agreement). In addition, with the previous modified Sketch Plan for Club Commons 11, documented in Resolution No. 5, Series of 2006, the Applicant proposed to mitigate both requirements within two buildings containing four stories each. The Applicant now states in a letter dated March 7, 2007 (see ATTACHMENT 8) that the Snowmass Mountain employee housing mitigation would be fulfilled by utilizing housing credits acquired in 1999 (e.g., 42,105 square feet). That is not currently an option in the current restricted housing agreement, and Staff has not seen up update or revision to this letter as presented to Council at the March 19`h meeting. A portion of that credit the Applicant is referring to, or 38,931 square feet, has already been accounted for usage as mitigation in the Base Village Final PUD and the Restricted Housing Agreement (see ATTACHMENT 4). Staff believes the sales of these credits or portions thereof need to be publicly documented, such as by amending both the Base Village and the Snowmass Mountain Restricted Housing Agreements and by acknowledgement of all affected parties via execution (e.g., Town, RelatedMestPac, and the Skico). As of the writing of this report, such proposed amendments to the agreements have yet to be submitted to Staff for review. In addition, see the attached Town Attorney response to the Applicant for other related comments (ATTACHMENT 9). 8 Floor area mitigation allocation per current proposal - Summary allocation of space per current application with two, three-story buildings: Square footage of employee housing within the dwelling units: 34,104 sq. ft. Porch areas (first level only per floor area measurements):1,053 sq. ft. Interior Corridor circulation (Seasonal housing Bldg A only): 2,379 sq. ft. Stairways in both buildings (first level on per floor area calcs): 513 sq. ft. Ski Lockers in Building A: 622 sq. ft. 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 allocation of 38,143 square feet to the Club Commons site. However, Staff is not entirely in agreement with how the Applicant has calculated the mitigation housing, because the Applicant is utilizing the floor area measurements for the entire structure 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 for 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" (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. 9 Below is a detailed breakdown of the total 4,735 square feet counted beyond the dwelling units sizes 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) 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 4`h story levels on the two buildings is considered to be advisable for either seasonal or permanent housing with certain parking restrictions. 3) The type of units and tenants within the buildings or the recommended 0 levels should be controlled as a means to match or coincide with the demand for seasonal or permanent housing during any given season. 4) 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. 5) 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 10 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 interpretations of the Code language related to 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 determination whether to qualify the lower level deck areas of 1,053 square feet and the locker storage units of 622 square feet as mitigation housing square footage. See the supplemental report in ATTACHMENT 3 for further comments regarding interpretations of the Code language. Also, since the amount of mitigation housing was reduced from the last Sketch Plan proposal (e.g., since the buildings 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 during Sketch Plan as qualifying as mitigation housing, ought to be reduced from three units to 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. Lastly, if a fourth level were added to the buildings, it would likely mitigate the 8,360 square feet for the Snowmass Mountain application pursuant to Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005. If the 0 levels are not added, then the Restricted Housing Agreement for Snowmass Mountain should be amended to address how the 8,360 square feet will be mitigated per Applicant's current proposal (see ATTACHMENT 8), if accepted and acknowledged by the execution of all affected parties, unless the cash-in-lieu option is implemented. Staff has yet to receive a proposal from the Applicant regarding proposed amendments to the restricted housing agreement. Unit mix/locations: Are the unit locations and their mix, including ADA units as they relate to elevators and their locations, adequately arranged? The number of units proposed at Club Commons II is 36 units (reduced from 60 per the revised Sketch Plan). This 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). Accessible units are typically required to be located on the first level per the building codes, especially if elevators are no longer proposed for the three-story walk-up buildings. The average unit sizes are proposed at 947 square feet (increased from 858 s.f. per the revised Sketch Plan). The number of bedrooms in the project is broken down as follows: 120 bedrooms (reduced from 140 with the revised Sketch Plan), including: 96 seasonal bedrooms (Building A) 24 permanent housing bedrooms (Building B) Note: The Applicant has since mentioned at the March 7`h meeting that elevators are no longer proposed). The proposed bedroom mix in the project is broken down as follows: 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 The proposed overall density for the project is calculated at 18.55 units per acre (decreased from approximately 23.0 units per acre with the revised Sketch Plan) Planning Commission summary recommendations—Unit mix/location: The application's unit mix seems appropriate given the Applicant's past success with similar unit mixes at Club Commons I. Staff Recommendations: Staff agrees with the Planning Commission finding. Parking Provisions: Are the proposed parking provisions for the employee units at the Club Commons II site adequate? Is there further need for the additional remote parking at the Black Saddle parking area? The application notebook indicates that 105 surface parking spaces are proposed, and the site plan for the proposed development shows 111 spaces for the restricted housing units reduced from 130 spaces that included 100 surface parking and about 30 spaces in a parking garage per the revised Sketch Plan). Parking ratio requirements for the site, as directed during the Sketch Plan review, are 1.25 spaces for the 24 full-time housing bedrooms or 30 spaces and 0.75 spaces for 96 seasonal housing bedrooms or 72 spaces as the alternative parking plan proposed for the site. Otherwise, the Municipal Code standard for parking would be 1.5 spaces per bedroom, or 180 parking spaces. Sixteen (16) additional parking spaces, that would replace previous non-delineated spaces for the maintenance area, plus two new worker spaces are also proposed closer to the Club Commons I site. Staff understood that most of this parking would not be installed if approximately 50 net spaces in the north Black Saddle golf course parking lot were constructed. However, Staff's understanding is that the Black Saddle parking lot expansion would not take place if the application continues to propose three-story buildings at the Club Commons II site. Planning Commission summary recommendations— Parking provisions: 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 12 that would be needed for the recommended 4`h 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. Staff Recommendations— Parking provisions: Staff does not necessarily dispute the Planning Commission recommendations. However, 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. On the other hand, if the buildings remain at three stories as currently proposed, then parking restrictions or remote parking would not necessarily be needed. However, Staff believe the parking provided should be supplemented by adequate transit service. Parking restrictions: Are options for restricting parking, such as for seasonal units or for certain other units, acceptable especially if additional employee housing units are recommended? Planning Commission summary recommendations— Parking restrictions: 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 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. Staff Recommendations— Parking restrictions: The restrictions proposed above were in response to the remote parking assuming the recommended 4`h levels on the buildings would be added. Again, if the buildings remain at three stories as currently proposed, then parking restrictions or remote parking would not necessarily be needed since the proposed surface parking provisions on the site meet the parking ratios previously designated pursuant to the Sketch Plan directives. 13 A17ACHMENT3 TC Report Supplement 04-16-07 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 ofsizes described in Subsection(c), Size Ranges of Restricted Dwelling Units. The unit mix and methods of providing 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; 14 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; 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 iointly 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. 15 ATTACHMENT 4 TC Report 04-16-07 Page 1 of 7 yT9 BASE VILLAGE RESTRICTED HOUSING AGREEMENT THIS BASE VILLAGE RESTRICTED HOUSING AGREEMENT (this"Agreement') 47 dated as of November 4, 2004 between INTRAWESTBRUSH CREEK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC, a Delaware limited liability company ("Developer"), and the TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO,a Colorado municipal corporation(the`°Town'7. RECITALS WHEREAS Developer intends to develop that real property situated in the Town commonly ]mown as Lots 1-9, Base Village Planned Unit Development (the "Property"), as depicted on the Final Plat for Base Village P.U.D.; WHEREAS Developer has received approval from the Town to develop the Property(the Project") as more particularly described in Town Ordinance No. 21, Series of 2004 (the Ordinance"); WHEREAS in conjunction with the development of the Project,Developer is required to mitigate a required amount of Restricted Housing(as defined below); WHEREAS this Agreement specifies the methods by which Developer shall mitigate such Restricted Housing; WHEREAS execution of this Agreement by the Town and Developer is contemplated by the Ordinance; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants contained herein, and other good and valuable consideration the sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows: ARTICLE] RESTRICTED HOUSING 1.1. Restricted Housing Mitigation Requirement As part of the development of the Project, the Town Lend Use and Development Code(the"Code")requires Developer to mitigate 137,455 square feet of Restricted Housing (the "Restricted Housing Requirement"). The Restricted Housing Requirement has been calculated by multiplying(i)the number of employees assumed to be generated by the Project at the rates set forth in Table 4-5 ofthe Code by(ii)448 square feet of net interior floor area per generated employee(iii)by a required mitigation rate of 45%minus iv)any applicable Restricted Housing redevelopment credit,as such formula is more particularly described in Section 16AA-400 et seq.of the Code. For purposes of this Agreement,"Restricted Housing" means one or more residential dwelling units that is intended to be used to house employees generated by the Project or other individuals employed within the Town and is subject to a Declaration of Restrictive Covenants as described in Section 1.5 below. 1.2. Satisfaction ofRestricted Housing]KNuirement. 1.2.1. Methods of Satisfaction. Develo er shall satiety the Rc eted HousingIueentthmnahacombinationof{i)"on-ene"Restricted Housing to be built at c ro}Z +rf ii) "off-3i Restricted Houligg to be built at the prolecti commons known s "SinclairMeadowsand"Club Commons I1",(iii)use of a portion of the 42,105 square get Qf Restricted 4 lootsnai.twcel jl llllEilI IVIII 1 uIlo I1III IIII IIII1IIIy1I II 11I 1 0 520494 e: 00ea:en Illillllllllllilllllfllfllllll lllUlfllll l llllllll ATAR HM ENs o4TC Page:2 03:04 JANICE K VOS CAUDILL PITKIN COUNTY CO R 51.00 D 0.00 Ho credit beld b Brush eek Land Co an ,LLC,and(iv)other means permitted by the ode(whit may include cash-in-lieu payments to a own or development of other"off site" Restricted Housing units to be approved by the Town under separate development applications). Attached hereto as Exhibit"A" is the Restricted Housing Mitigation Schedule,which schedule sets forth the manner in which Developer intends to mitigate a portion ofthe Restricted Housing Requirement,including the size,location andphasing of such mitigation. 1.2.2. Timing for Satisfaction/Prereouiaites!o DevalopMent. The Ordinance sets forth the phasing plan by which Developer may construct the buildings approved for the Project(the Phasing Plan'). In general,Developer intends to begin construction ofPhase I of the Project in July 2005 and complete construction of Phase 1 of the Project in May 2008. In general, Developer intends to begin construction of Phase 2 of the Project in April 2006 and complete construction of Phase 2 of the Project in November 2008. Asset forth on Exhibit"A"attached hereto,Dever intends to use Club mmo II to sa' a portion of the Restricted Housin 44RequirementatEbuutactoeIptheProtectandtouseSinclaircawatosatisfya portion or re esFieted Housing Requirement auributable to Phase 2 of the Project. In that regard, it is anticipated that construction of in in S and will be co m c o an construction of Sinclau Meadows N1 begin in May 2006 and w I be completed in November 2007. As such, ae I and Phase 2 of the Project may be eoinyleted rior to LI . emm lnu'n—n ,iT nmmona II and Sinclair ea ews,t is Borneo Tu in Its II will be eonmetcAprior to the final co3xmlehon or base 1 of the Pro act and that Sinclair Meadows will be completed prior to the final completion Of e 2 or e Project. in any event, Developer shall satisfy the Restricted Housing Requirement as described below: a) Develo a shall obtain a bu lding emit for Club Commons lI or obtain a building permit for sue o er estncE ou ng erwtse contemp erred by Section 1.2.3 below)before Devehopa obtains a buildino nrrmit for Building 6 ofthe Proicctand shall receive a certificate of occupancy or u Commons II peer to recetving a certr6cete of occupancy for Building 6 of the Project. b) DgvS12per shall complete construction of and receive a certificate of occupancy for Sinclair eadows ore eveloper obtains a certificate of occupancy for Building 13A in Phase 2 of the Project or for any other building in a subsequent phase of the Project as identified in the Phasing Plan. c) Developer and the Town shall agree upon a method for mitigating the Remaining Restricted Housing and amend this Agreement accordingly or, in the alternative, Developer shall pay to the Town the applicable portion of the cash-in-lieu amount described in Section 1.2A below to the Town before Developer obtains a building permit for Building I l in Phase 2A of the Project or for any other building in a subsequentphase ofthe Project as identified in the Phasing Plan. d) The "on-site" Restricted Housing shall be constructed contemporaneously with the development of the applicable building of the Project within which such Restricted Housing is located. 1.2.3. Approval of Club Commons II. The methods of satisfying the Restricted Housing Requirement set forth in Sections 1.2.1 and 1.2.2 above sesritsie that the development of ub Commons It shall be approved b the Town in subs PUD Pan pp rcauon for club mmons 11 submitted by Aspen Skiing Company,LLC,to the 0015121 LDOC s) 2 11111II ill llllfl{S If IIIlIl111111I1i1111ff 5049® ATTACHMENT 0g03 C R C i COUNTY C 61.00 D 0 Town on Aueu9 15. 2113 Dcvelo er acimawledges that Club Commons II has not vd bc napprovedbtheTownandthattownACowarovosuearoFi_ actTh T de review an consi ns applicable t hub Commoas II app ice 0" would any otherdevelopmentapplicationssubmittedtoit. If ClubCommons lI is not a roved by the TownbeforeJune12005DeveloperandtheTownAhaT—''7"^++... r r mth tin that 0o o tea IernAH 'fir 4 on attac e e estnet t allocated t Cub CbanyeventassetforthinSection1.2.2 above, eve o r snotbeentitledtoreceiveabuil • or an ur in in an su a oast base of the Pro'eet unless and until esuchOf the Pro s ternetvemitigationmetodhueriwitorsaceAt 1.2.4. Re ;n;n¢ Mitiitation to be atis5 . Upon completion of the mitigation setforthintheRestrictedHousingMitigationScheduledescribedabove, 9,664 square feet of theRestrictedHousingRequiremeutshallremainunmitigated (the 1Remalahlg RestrictedHousing"). Prior to the issuance of a building peewit for Buildings IDAB, !1,or 12, the partiteshallusebeat cans y enter into an amendment to this Agreement (the"Amendment's whichsetsforththemeansbywhichtheRemainingRestrictedFlowingshallbesatisfiedbyDeveloper.Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Amendment has not been executed as of the Later to occurOfMarch31,2007 or the date Developer applies for a buildingpemtit for Buildings 1 ter t 1 t,or12,then,inlieu of executing the Amendment,Devaloper may satisfy the proportionate AB I I ofRemainingRestricted ccash-in-lieuHousing to be mitigated by the development of such building by paying totheTownacash-in-lieu figure equal to the sum of the Design and Construction Cash-in-LieuAmountplusthelandCash-in-Lieu Amount where the"Design and Construction Cash-in-LieuAmount" equals the product obtained by multiplying (a) $90 per square foot for constrictioncosts,by(b)the square footage of Restricted Rowiapplicable,as set forth on xhng generated by Building IOAB, 11,or 12,asib' '`A"attached hereto,by(c)the CPl Adjustment Factor,and theLandCash-in-Liw Amount"equals the product obtained by multiplying(x)$56 per square footforlandcosts,by(y)the square footage ofRestricted Housing generated by Building lDAB, 11,or 12, as applicable, as set forth onFactor, The Land Cash-in-Lieu attached hereto, by (z) the CPI Adjustmentinwholeorinpart"Restricted Housing Credit" hold by Brush LektLandCompany, LLC, under that certaiinExchangeAgreementandEscrowInstructionsexecutedbetweenBrushCreekLandCompany.LLC, and the Town dated February 7, 2005, For purposes of this Agreement, "CPI AdjustmentFactor"means a fraction, the numerator of which is the Consumer Price Index for All UrbanConsumers: Denverloper pays eelty,date on which Developer CO (1982-84=100) most recently published prior to therpayssuchcash-in-lieu amount to the Town, and the denominator ofwhichistheConsumerPriceIndexforAllUrbanCoostimers: Denver-Boulder,Orocicy, CO1982-84=100) most recently published after the date of this Agreement, Upon receipt of suchcash-in-lieu payment by the Town, Developer shall be eligible for a building permit for thebuildingsproposedfortheapplicablephaseoftheProjectasdescribedintheOrdinance. 1.3, Ownerahi 73.1. On-Site Res ricted llousinn glut Restricted itMeadows. The on sitt Reslncted Housing to be constructed on the P air Restricted Housing to be constructed at Sinclair Meadows shall be sold by Developer W eligibleindividualsintheTownassucheligibilityisdeterminedbyaDeclarationofReatrictiveCovenantsdescribedinSectioo1.5 below. 1.3.2. O, f-.Silo Re, icted Wousin +r' b Co s I. _Restricted Housing Shall be retained by Daye.1 The off-site rt„r r .___,RoranaffiliateofDeveloper, and leased to tatnsni.00c a1 3 u 520494 ATTACHMENT 4 IIflIiIiIIliNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi lIlllli 02/02/2006 ea:e, TC Report ge4 o07 JANICE K 'JOS CAUDILL PITKIN COUNTY CO R 61.00 D 0.00 eligible individuals in the Town,as such eligibility is determined by a Declaration of Restrictive Covenants described in Section 1.5 below. If;as discussed in Section 1.2.3 above, Commons II is not a roved by the Town, the arliea shall a tho ownership of such a4 a temattve esMct ousmg o e co c m eu o Club Commons lie to e commencement o Construction of Bui dmgs S AB or 9C to Phase 2 of the Pr t or any ut g m any su sequent p se o e ore 1.4. Initial Sales Price.Rental Rates and Assessmgghs. 1.4.1. Initial$ales Price. 'Fhe initial sales price of the Restricted Housing units to be sold by Developer pursuant to Section 1.3.1 above (or such other Restricted Housing to be developed and sold by Developer as may be agreed by the Town and Developer pursuant to Section 1.2.3 above)shall be consistent with the then-current sales prices,on a dollar per square foot basis,for comparable units in the Daly Townhomes project. 1.4.2. Rental Rates. The initial rental rate charged by Developer for the Restricted Housing units leased by Developer pursuant to Section 1.3.2 above shall be consistent with the then-current rental rates charged, on a dollar per square foot basis, for comparable units in the Mountain View Phase if and Club Commons I projects. Such rental rates may be adjusted annually based on the inflation index used by theTown. I.S. Restrictive Covenant. Prior to the sale or leasing of a Restricted Housing unit,Developer shall cause to be executed and recorded in the real property records ofPitldn County,Colorado a Declaration of Restrictive Covenants" against such Restricted Housing unit. The form and substance of the Declaration of Restrictive Covenants for the Restricted Housing units to be sold by Developer(or such other Restricted Housing to be developed and sold by Developer asmay be agreed by the Town and Developer pursuant to Section 12.3 above) shall be approved by the Town Attorney, acting reasonably, and shall be consistent with the terms of Chapter 17 of the Town municipal code regarding the individuals eligible to purchase such Restricted Housing units. The Declaration ofRestrictive Covenants for the Restricted Housing units to be leased by Developer pursuant to Section 1.3.2 above shall be approved by the Town,noting reasonably,and shall provide that such Restricted Housing units shall be maintained in perpetuity at restricted rents and that Snowmass Village employees will be favored as renters of such Restricted Housing units to the extent that sufficient demand therefrom exists. 1.6. Fulfillment of Obligations. This Agreement and the parties` performance of their respective nbligations hereunder constitute the complete satisfaction of Developer's Restricted Housing mitigation requirements under the Code,the Ordinance or otherwise. ARTICLE II DEFAULT 2.1. Bvent of Default. The failure by either party to observe or perform any of its obligations set forth above in any material respect and the continuance of such failure beyond the Clue Period shall constitute an`Event of Default." 2.2. Notice of De ault Upon the occurrence of a default, the non-defaulting party shall provide the defaulting party a written notice of such default ("Notice of Default"). The defaulting party shall have 60 days after receipt of the Notice of Default(the"Core Period")to cure the breach specified in the Notice of Default(or ifsuch default cannot be cured within the 60 day period, if such defaulting party shall fail to promptly commence to cure the same and 0015713 i.DOC e) 4 ATTACHMENT 4 TG Report 04-16-07 Page 5 of 7 EXMrr"A" RESTRICTED HOUSING MITIGATION SCHEDULE This Restricted Housing Mitigation Schedule sets forth (i) the Restricted Housing Requirement generated by the Project on a phase-by-phase basis and a building-by-building basis and (ii) Developer's intended means for satisfying the Restricted Housing Requirement on those same bases. This schedule is attached for illustrative purposes only and is not intended to supercede the terms of Section 1.2 of this Agreement set forth above. Should any conflict arise between the provisions ofSection 1.2 above and this schedule,the provisions ofSection 1.2 shall control, 520494 II II, i1'I I IIi 0004 CAUDILL 6032 JPNICE 100157731,DOC B) ATTACHMENT 4 TC Report 0416-07 Base Village Fanny Hill 7 SlnGalr Meadows Employee Housing Mitigation Requirements enu maasarw ucreoer i3,,Page 6 of 74vua gb. 3 Employees SF Housing S.F. nPitotcm, TOWSATypeofUse(Squam Square Fast, Generafedper Employees RequkemeM Housing oaaung Other FbuslrtgFeel) Lofs&Utlds 1,OB0dorlol Generated (46%ofen;= Provided Prevldedy0ndat448ahatBU y:Mt, 1l) i .:• .,c "..'..''_ s K!. 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Page: 12I111111Il1il111111111111111111111111IIillilfIIIIlil0f 03:02102/ZOOS 204 JANICE K VOS CAUDILL, PITKIN COUNTY CO R 61.00 D 0-00 i ATTACHMENT 5 TC Report 04-16-07 Page 1 of 2 sf w,,ss wbN•th O.N RESTRICTED HOUSING AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into by and between the Aspen Skiing Company, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company, hereinafter referred to as "ASC", and the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, a Colorado home rule municipal corporation, hereinafter referred to as the "Town WITNESSETH: WHEREAS ASC has received a final PUD approval for the Snowmass Mountain Master Plan pursuant to Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005; and WHEREAS a component of the approval is the requirement of ASC to mitigate job generation by the creation-of restricted employee housing; WHEREAS, the amount of restricted employee housing has been calculated by multiplying (i) the number of employees assumed to be generated by the Project at the rates set forth in Table 4-5 of the Municipal Code by (ii) 448 square feet of net interior Floor area per generated employee (iii) by a required mitigation rate of 45% minus (iv) any applicable Restricted Housing redevelopment credit, as such formula is more particularly described in Section 16A-4-400 et seq. of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS this Agreement defines the method and amount of restricted employee housing that ASC will mitigate. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants contained hereir., and other good and valuable consideration the sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows: 1. Restricted Housing Mitigation Requirement. The amount of restrictive employee housing is calculated to be 8,360 se feet. This amount is composed of the following mitigation square footage: a. 4166 square feet to replace and satisfy the audit requirement contained in Ordinance No. 9, Series of 1994; and b. 2258 square feet for the mountain facilities and operations approved in Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005; and c. 1936 square feet for the Ullrhof restaurant expansion completed in 1992. Page 1 of 2 ATTACHMENT 5 TC Report 04-16-07 Page 2 of 2 2. Satisfaction of Restricted Employee Housing Requirement. The restricted em to ee housing square foots a requirement can be satisfied bbthe development of_ f"1u ommons ogw ed that ASC has obtained a Fina!Plan a proval prior to anus ate_an as rE_eived a certificate of occupancy or a comp e e proiecL prior to Januua 142008._ 0 ASC acknowledges that (Asb Commons It has not yet been approve y e oowwnand that the Town has no obliga ion o approve suc project. Wd 3. Remaining Mitigation to be Satisfied. If the conditions for satisfaction of therestrictedemployeehousingdescribedinSection2arenotimelymetbyASC, then A AbG will Pay to the FnWn a Cash-inTeu amount calculated by multiplyinL(a) $146 per square toot for construction and land costs, by (b) the squarefooTof restricted. employee housing that has not been mitigated, by (c) the CPI Adjustment Factor (the numerator of which is the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: Denver- Boulder-Greeley, CO (1982-84=100) most recently published prior to the date of payment of such cash-in-lieu amount to the Town, and the denominator of which is the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: Denver-Boulder-Greeley, CO (1982- 84=100) most recently published after the date of this Agreement. 4. Club Commons if. The Club Commons 11 project will not be owned by the Town and it is intended that it a owned by ASC, or an affiliate, and leased to eligible indivi uals in the Town. 5. Rental Rates. The initial rental rate charged by ASC for the restricted employee housing units to be leased will be consistent with the then-current rental rates charged, on a dollar per square foot basis, for comparable units in the Mountain View Phase II and Club Commons I projects. Such rental rates may be adjusted annually based on the inflation index referred to in Paragraph 3. 6. Restrictive Covenant. Prior to the lease of a restricted employee housing unit 4 in Club Commons Il, ASC will restrict on the use of the property for the benefit of the Town maintaining the units in perpetuity in conformance with the is Agreement at restricted rents and establishing a preference for Snowmass Village employees as tenants, to the extent that sufficient demand therefrom exists. The restriction will be in a form and content reasonably acceptable to the Town and will be filed for record in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this Agreement to be signed as of the date written above. ASPEN SKIING COMPANY, LLC TOWN COUNCIL OF SNOW.MASS VIL GE j By: — By:. David . Bellac ichael e e t, Town Manager Page 2 of 2 ATTACHMENT 6 TC Report 04-16-07 Page 1 of 2 Summary of discussion points Town Council meeting March 5, 2007 Prepared by Town Planning Department) Possible 0 level or not: Obtain signed letter from SWSD granting/consenting to 4h'level, otherwise Town will not consider; If SWSD consents to 0 levels, possible design options appear to be lowering the finished floor level of the first floor units and/or lowering the finished grade to lessen the perceived extra height increase of 11 feet. Most of Council members seemed to express a consideration of 4'h levels, but at least one members was against adding a 0 level of units; The Town should review and act upon the current proposal for the 3-story building, since application has not been officially amended; A proposed amendment to add a 4`h level of units would need to be formally submitted by the applicant and then accepted by Council prior to evaluation and subsequent action. Parking: Remote parking seems ok as an alternative if 4'h story accepted or agreed to by the stakeholders; However, it is preferable to have underground parking with more employee housing; Also, there was a suggestion for restricting certain units that prohibit personal vehicles, if the 4" level of units was consented to by the applicants; More specifically define the proposed parking controls, especially if the remote parking is needed for possible 41'levels upon consent/agreement of SWSD. Site Plan arrangement: Better explain in detail why the swapping of the CCII employee housing site with the maintenance yard is infeasible; Applicant stated it would be a `deal killer' but further explain reasons. Fencing area around the pond should be shown, including set backs and buffering treatments, etc. There should be an open recreation area for children to play. Employe housing mitigation: Signed contracts or agreements between affected stakeholders should be in place to guarantee the implementation of required employee housing mitigation at Base Village; Identify the responsible parties and time frames for the construction of the required housing mitigation for Base Village; It was noted that the employee housing at Club Commons II would be filled from the Housing Department waiting list; The SWSD units are not to be considered housing mitigation; It was expressed that it doesn't matter which employees in the Town occupy the project. The FAR calculation to determine the mitigation square footage was deemed a core issue. ATTACHMENT 6 TC Report 04-16-07 Page 2 of 2 Lighting Plan: Need further details concerning the proposed lighting; Light standard at Horse Ranch Drive and Brush Creek Road was termed 'ugly; but explained as being temporary; Demonstrate or prove that the proposed street lights are really needed. Traffic Impact Analysis: Applicant explained that the 1%traffic increase on Town roadway was an annual increase. Trails: Proposed trail and walk connections need to be better shown on the plans. Suggest placing a rubberized crossing on Clubhouse Drive for the 'winter crossing' required in the Recreational Use Agreement; The 'winter crossing' should stay on Clubhouse Drive. Transit Services: The Applicant should work with the Town and Transportation Department to consider creating a continuous one-way loop transitroute through the area along Clubhouse Drive, preferably south to north between Snowmass Club Circle and Brush Creek Road; The transit service seem sporadic at times after 5 p.m. in particular; Alternative routes should be explored and considered to improve transit service in the area; Overall bus program is a core issue item. Construction: There were questions concerning the timing of the project construction, and the Applicant confirmed a goal of operating CCII in time for the '081'09 ski season; The Applicant explained that there was no request for exemption from the Code's construction hours. Other: The F.I.A. and energy conservation plan seems ok preliminarily. Council directed that the subsequent core issue review generally follow the same order as the directives outlined for Planning Commission. ASPEN( SNOWMASS ASPEN SKIING COMPANY Planning Department March 8, 2007 Mr. Jim wahlstrom ATTACHMENT 7 TC Report 04-16-07SeniorPlannerPage1of2 Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Re: Response to Summary Notes &Town Council Directives Dear Jim: To follow up on your email of March 6, 2007, here are our responses: SUMMARY NOTES Possible 4N` Level or not: We have a three story employee housing unit in for review at this time. Should this direction change, we will submit an Application Amendment. Parking: Same response. Site Plan arrangement: It is infeasible from a pure economic standpoint to take an asset the current maintenance facility), demolish it and then re-build it. The added cost equation looks like this: Value of current asset +cost to demolish +cost to redesign +cost of new building permits + cost to redesign Club Commons II + cost to build new maintenance facility+cost of time delay=A lot of money. Fencing around the pond is shown on the attached site plan and is per State of Colorado regulatory code. Employee housing mitigation: All points are operi for discussion. Lighting Plan: Applicant proposed fixing existing lighting and forgoing the addition of more lighting as requested by the Planning Commission. Traffic Impact Analysis: Waiting for further TOSV review. Trails: Please note attached Site Plan. A rubberized crossing on Club House Drive for"winter crossing" will be evaluated. Transit Services: Applicant will work with the Town Manager and Staff to evaluate and make recommendations for transit service relative to Club Commons II P.O.Box 1248 RECEIVED Aspen,CO 81612 970/9238753 FAX MAR 13 2007 snowmass village Community Development March 13,2007 ATTACHMENT Page 2 TC Report 04-16-07 3/8/07 Page 2 of 2 Jim Wahistrom Construction: We are not requesting exemption from the Code's construction hours. Other: No response. TOWN COUNCIL DIRECTIVES 1. Please see attached letter regarding Snowmass Mountain Final PUD Ordinance No. 2, Series 2005 employee housing 8,360 square feet mitigation. 2. Four Story project not part of current application at present. 3. A height variance for the three story project is part of the application. The height of the roof structure is not more than 50%above the current or Code limitation and therefore does not require a super majority vote of approval. 4. Applicant will meet with Town Manager and Staff to evaluate and make recommendations for transit service relative to Club Commons II. 5. Bus turnaround design adequacy will be part of transit service evaluation. 6. The site is in close proximity to TOSV ballpark open space and across the street from the new recreation center and town park. The Club Commons II site has no adequate room for a playground or outside entertainment space due to site constraints without impacting fire lane requirements. 7. A rubberized crossing on Club House Drive for"winter crossing"will be evaluated. 8. Unit mix is similar to Club Commons I which works very well. 9. Parking ratios for Club Commons II are per approved Sketch Plan and follow Town Housing Manager Joe Coffey's recommendations. Club Commons II parking ratios are 1.25 spaces for full time bedroom and 0.75 per seasonal housing bedroom. Club Commons I parking ratio is 0.64 per bedroom and includes 30 offsite parking spaces located at Black Saddle. 10. Four Story scheme is not part of this application and therefore restricted parking is not part of the application. Parking is per Town Housing Manager ratio recommendations at Sketch Plan. 11. Base Village FIA included 30 employee housing units at Club Commons site and therefore, the Club Commons II FIA of 36 units only needs to address the additional six units of Club Commons If if any. Sincerely, Mark Vogele Project Manager Cc: Don Schuster (ASC), Wm Carey Shanks (Related WestPac), Grant Melius (Realted WestPac) Attachments: Site Plan, Snowmass Mountain PUD Employee Housing Mitigation Letter CEWEI Page 2 MAR 13 2007 Snowmass Village Community Development SNOWMASS ASPEN MOUNTAIN ASPEN HIGHLANDS BUTTERMILK A S P E N C S N O V9I M A S S. ASPEN SKIING COMPANY ATTACHMENT 8 March 7,2007 TC Report 04-16-07 Page t Of 1 Chris Conrad RECEIVED John Dresser Town of Snowmass Village MAR 13 2007 PO Box 5010 Snov mass ViNaQeSnowmassVillage, CO 81615 Community Development Dear Sirs: Pursuant to the request of Town Council in Resolution 64, Series of 2006, Section 2,No. 1,Aspen Siding Company intends to mitigate the 8,360 square feet of employee housing requirements from the Snowmass Mountain Plan Final PUD Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2005,by utilizing employee housing credits we acquired from Snowmass Land Company in 1999. Although 38,931 square feet of credits were originally contemplated in the Base Village Employee Housing Agreement for use in mitigating the impacts ofBase Village, we only transferred 30,000 square feet of these credits to Related Westpac in the recent sale of Base Village. This would allow us to utilize a portion of these credits for the Snowmass Mountain Plan Final PUD, Thank you for your attention to this matter. Since 1 Don Schuster Vice President-Real Estate V cc: Jim Wahlstrom, Mark Vogele, Dave Bellack, Chris Kiley RO,Box 1248 Aspen,Co 81612.1246 e7G-92S-1220 www.aspeasuoumass.com Jim Wahlstrom ATTACHMENT 9 From: John Dresser TC Report 04-16-07 Sent: Wednesday, March 14,2007 3:25 PM Page 1 of 1 To: Schuster, Don Cc: Jim Wahlstrom; Chris Conrad; Russell Forrest; BELLACK, DAVE; MVOGELE @aspensnowmass.com; CKILEY @aspensnowmass.com Subject: Housing Mitigation for ORD 2 of 2005 Don: Thank you for your letter of March 7, 2007 wherein you stated that Aspen Skiing Company(ASC) intends to utilize employee housing credits it acquired from the Snowmass Land Company in 1999 to satisfy the restricted housing required by Ordinance 2,Series of 2005, the Snowmass Mountain Plan Final PUD. Please be advised that pursuant to the Restricted Housing Agreement executed by ASC and the Town of Snowmass Village(TOSV), which is made a part of Ordinance 2, Series of 2005 as Exhibit "C", the use of employee housing credits is not a method agreed to by the parties to satisfy the mitigation requirements thereof. This method of providing housing was specifically excluded from the Restricted Housing Agreement in Ordinance 2,Series of 2005 so that the provision of the housing would not contradict the terms of Ordinance 9, Series of 1994. Please be further advised that the ASC transfer of 30,000 square feet to Related/WestPac does not allow ASC to utilize the remaining credits to the Snowmass Mountain Plan Final PUD without amending the Agreement and the approval of the Town Council. John C.Dresser,Jr. Town Attorney Town of Snowmass Village Colorado P.O.Box$010 Snowmass Village,CO 81615 Telephone:970-923-3777 ext 612 Facsimile: 970-923-6083 Jdresser @tosv.com CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This message is for the receiptand use by the named recipient only,as it may contain privileged and confidential information and material that is protected by the attorney-client privilege. Ifyou are not the named recipient or are not authorized to receive this message an behalfof the named recipient,you are prohibited from distributing orcopying it,or use or dissemination of Its contents. In such instance, please reply to this message by e-mail,and delete this message. 1 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 16, 2007 Agenda Item: Rodeo Place Homes Sales Price Discussion Presented By: Joe Coffey Core Issues: Sales Price Discussion for Duplex units and single family homes on lots 11 & 12 Review Duplex Floor plans Solar Panel life and Payback Period Closet Space Background: The discussion today is to follow up on some items discussed at the March 19, 2007 Council meeting. General Info: The Duplex units and lots 11&12 sales prices presented today will complete the first phase of the Rodeo Place Home Pricing. Council requested that the duplex units be reversed so bedrooms do not have adjoining walls but this reduces the closet space and limits the bathroom to one lavatory instead of two. The development team favors the original design and we do not think there will be sound transmission issues due to the double walls used in modular construction. Lots 11& 12 are single floor homes with a full basement option. Roaring Fork Custom Homes is willing to adjust the basement size to meet the needs of our buyers. The prices provided today include the full basement option. Council also requested more information on the optional domestic solar hot water heater system. The solar panels will be very unobtrusive, non-reflective and lay flat on the roofs of these homes. I have attached a picture of the solar panels attached to a home roof. The solar system requires minimal maintenance with occasional panel cleaning and circulation pump replacement. The estimated life of the solar panels is twenty to thirty years. The estimated payback period for this system is seven to ten years based on the current rising cost of natural gas. Council may determine if this option is visually suitable for this neighborhood. Closet space has been reviewed in each home and all homes now have linen closets. The closet sizes vary with each home and we cannot increase the home size to increase closet space. The closet sizes provided are proportionate to the bedroom floor area. The basements have always been considered as extra closet or storage space for these homes. Council Options: Provide staff direction on all information presented today. Council may select the original or new reversed floor plan for the duplex units. Approve, deny or alter home sales prices. Approve or deny the optional domestic solar hot water heating system. Approve or deny the proposed home closet spaces. Staff The development team has very carefully reviewed the sales Recommendations: prices presented today. We still have some concerns about the hillside excavation of the duplex units and the foundation costs but we feel these prices will cover this expense:. The original duplex design with the bedrooms on adjoining walls is preferred to provide greater closet space and allow two lavatories in the master bathroom. The sound transmission will be greatly reduced with the modular box construction. The sound transmission sideways from unit to unit at Mountain View, which is modular construction, is minimal and has not been a problem. The optional solar hot water heating system is recommended to reduce future energy expenses for the homeowners. The solar panels will blend into the roofs and they only require an 8' x 8' foot roof space. There is a federal tax credit of $2000 payable to the homeowner for this system. The out of pocket expense for this system is approximately $6000 dollars. The architects have reviewed the closet spaces and they appear to fit the size of these homes. COBURN Proposed b0inas. iing phase 1 future 5 I Medium House l I I Small House 4 Large House SYO Duplex Cl- Lot Number h. Adaptable Unit 2 I 2 phase 1 phase 2 L DypIeX Lots 2 & 3 Floor Area; 250, 870. 00 COB U& N Total Finished: 1, 343 sq. ft Storage/ Mech: 264 sq. ft. i U ...... T- A Al LI Upper Floor Ground Floor F Fr F1 Duplex Lots 2 & 3 m Floor Area: TBD COBURN Total Finished: 1, 343 sq. ft Storage/ Meth: 264 sq. ft. 4 z Y f Upper Floor Ground Floor I FI I- Small House lot » M Floor Area: Without Basement:$ 366, 016. 00 COBURN Total Finished: 1, 486 sq. ft. With Basement:$ 393, 821. 00 Basement: 1, 382 sq. ft. LIio Tv J r M ' J H ` Basement First Floor 11 Small House cot 12 Floor Area: Without Basement:$ 327, 033. 00 O6U1V Total Finished: 1, 313 sq. ft. With Basement:$ 351, 855. 00 Storage/ Mech: 1, 200 sq. ft. n+. w a F n PIS. i 4 f J — YID{ Basement First floor Similar view of solar panels proposed for Rodeo Place Homes a r k f TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 16, 2007 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 17, SERIES OF 2007 — CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS WEEK CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING APRIL 22 — 28, 2007 AS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS WEEK Presented By: Rhonda B. Coxon and John Wilkinson Core Issues:National Crime Victims' Rights Week, April 22 —28, 2007 offers us all the opportunity to recommit ourselves to ensuring that every victim is afforded his or her legal rights and treated as a crucial participant in our criminal justice system Council Options: Approve Resolution. Amend or deny Resolution Staff Approve Resolution Recommendations: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 17 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING APRIL 22 —28, 2007 AS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS WEEK WHEREAS, as a nation devoted to liberty and justice for all, America must increase its efforts to protect, restore, and expand crime victims' rights and services so that they apply to every victim, every time; and WHEREAS, all victims of crime deserve respect, resources, restoration and justice; and WHEREAS, all fifty states, the District of Columbia, and the federal government grant crime victims' certain legal rights; and WHEREAS, National Crime Victims' Rights Week —April 22-28, 2007 — offers us all the opportunity to recommit ourselves to ensuring that every victim is afforded his or her legal rights and treated as a crucial participant in our criminal justice system; and WHEREAS, as we carry crime victims' rights into 2007 and beyond, we must strive to create a nation where the legal rights of victims are honored and individuals are held accountable for their treatment of victims; and WHEREAS, America has joined together annually each April since 1981 to recognize the needs and rights of crime victims and survivors during National Crime Victims' Rights Week THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Office of the District Attorney, 9`"Judicial District, is joining forces with victim service programs, criminal justice officials, and concerned citizens throughout Snowmass Village and the United States of America to raise awareness of victims' rights and observe National Crime Victim Rights Week; and that Town of Snowmass Village claims the week of April 22 - April 28, 2007 to be Snowmass Village Crime Victims' Week, and honors crime victims and those who serve them during this week and throughout the year. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 19`h day of April March with a motion made by Council Member and seconded by Council Member and by a vote of_ in favor to_opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE JOHN WILKINSON, Mayor Pro Tern ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 16, 2007 Agenda Item: FIRST READING —ORDINANCE 05, SERIES OF 2007 — MODEL TRAFFIC CODE UPDATE: FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE 2003 REVISION TO THE COLORADO MODEL TRAFFIC CODE BY REFERENCE FOR THE REGULATION OF TRAFFIC IN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BY AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 8 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. Presented By: John Dresser TOSV currently operates under the 1977 revision to the General Info: Model Traffic Code (MTC). TOSV declined to adopt the 1995 revisions to MTC and now the 2003 revisions have been promulgated for municipalities in Colorado to consider. TOSV Police Chief, Sergeant and the Town Attorney have consulted with each other, reviewed other relevant jurisdiction's (State of Colorado, Glenwood Springs and Aspen) codifications of the MTC together with those jurisdiction's local amendments to the MTC and fine schedules to insure an effective method of regulating traffic within TOSV. Council Options: Discuss Ordinance No. 5 of 2007 and either approve at first reading, amend at first reading, or deny at first reading Resolution. Staff Recommendation: Approve first reading of Ordinance No. 5 and schedule second reading for May 7, 2007 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 05 SERIES OF 2007 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE 2003 REVISION TO THE COLORADO MODEL TRAFFIC CODE BY REFERENCE FOR THE REGULATION OF TRAFFIC IN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BY AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 8 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village previously adopted the 1977 revision of the Colorado Model Traffic Code, with local amendments, to regulate traffic in the Town; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village finds that updating the Colorado Model Traffic Code by adoption of the 2003 revision thereto, together with updated local amendments by the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the preservation of the public health, safety and welfare; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has reviewed the 2003 revision of the Colorado Model Traffic Code, together with the local amendments and conducted a public hearing on May 7, 2007. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village as follows: 1. Action. Chapter 8 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code shall be amended and restated as written on Exhibit "A", which is attached hereto and made a part hereof. 2. Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on first reading on April 16, 2007 upon the motion of Council member the second of Council member and upon a vote of in favor and _opposed. Ordinance No. 05, Series of 2007 Page 2 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on second reading on May 7, 2007 upon the motion of Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and _ opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE By: Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney CHAPTER 8 Vehicles and Traffic Article I Model Traffic Code Sec. 8-1 Adoption Sec. 8-2 Deletions,amendments and additions to the MTC Sec. 8-3 Applicability Sec. 8-4 Penalties Sec. 8-5 Validity Article II Parking Regulations Sec. 8-21 General Sec. 8-22 Definitions Sec. 8-23 Permit required Sec. 8-24, Repealed Sec. 8-25 Distribution of permits Sec. 8-26 Display of permits Sec. 8-27 Fee schedule Sec. 8-28 Prohibited areas Sec. 8-29 Camping prohibited Sec. 8-30 Exemption Sec. 8-31 Penalty Article III Penalty Fines and Points Sec. 8-51 Penalty assessment fine schedule Sec. 8-52 Point assessment for scheduled violations See. 8-53 Schedule 8-1 Supp.3 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-2 ARTICLE I b) Section 109 of the MTC is hereby amended by the addition of the following Model Traffic Code subsection: See.8-1. Adoption. Subsection 109(13). No person shall operate any type of motor or motorized vehicle Pursuant to parts I and 2 of article 16 of title on any sidewalk, trail, path or other pedestrian 31 and part 4 of article 15 of title 30, C.R.S., way, except town and county maintenance, there is hereby adopted by reference Articles I police, fire, ambulance and emergency vehicles and Il, inclusive, of the 2003 edition of the are permitted" Model Traffic Code" promulgated and published as such by the Colorado Department c) Section 228 of the MTC is hereby of Transportation, Safety and Traffic amended by the addition of the following: Engineering Branch, 4201 East Arkansas Avenue, EP 700., Denver, CO 80222. The Subsection (9)(a). The Chief of Police is subject matter of the Model Traffic Code relates authorized to close any portion of a public primarily to comprehensive traffic control street or highway within the Town to public regulations for the Town. The purpose of this travel or to prohibit the use thereof unless Ordinance and the Code adopted herein is to motor vehicles using same are equipped with provide a system of traffic regulations thoughout adequate snow tires or tire chains as defined the state and the nation. Three (3) copies of the herein during storms or at such times when Model Traffic Code adopted herein are now other dangerous driving conditions exist and, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Town of in the discretion of the Chief of Police, such Snowmass Village, Colorado, and may be closure or prohibition is necessary for the inspected during regular business hours. protection and safety of the public. Such prohibition or restriction of use shall be Sec.8-2. Deletions,amendments and effective when signs giving notice thereof are additions to the MTC. erected upon such portion of said public street or highway, and it shall be unlawful to a) The following Articles and Sections of proceed in violation of such notice. the MTC are hereby deleted: 8-3 Supp.3 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-2 b) The following types of tires or tire chains are considered adequate: 1. Tires with conventional mud and snow treads (M/S designation), with or without studs and minimum tread depth of 48 of an inch. 2. Any type of tire equipped with plastic, cable,or steel link tire chains. I Four wheel drive vehicles (all four wheels engaged) with snow tires or conventional road tread tires with a mini- mum tread depth of 1/8 of an inch." 8-4 Supp.3 Vehicles and Traffic Section.8-1 d) Section 504 ofthe MTC is hereby 40,000) pounds GVW on all Town roads amended by the addition of the following: between 12:00 a.m. on March 15 to 12:00 p.m. on June 15 of every year. The load 7)Length limitations on certain roadways. limitation may be waived or modified at the The length limitations set forth in this section discretion of the Public Works Director shall apply to the following roads: based on the structural integrity of the road system in any particular year, due to climatic conditions. A special permit may be granted 1. Brush Creek Road. to vehicles used for the mobilization of equipment only; maximum GVW allowed for 2. Carriageway Road, a/k/a Snow- five-axle vehicles (two [2] tandem axle melt Road. groups) shall be sixty thousand (60,000) pounds GVW; maximum GVW for seven- I Snowmass Club Circle. axle vehicles (two [2] tri-axle groups) shall be eighty thousand(80,000)GVW. 4. Daly Lane. 5. Divide Road. 6. Elbert Lane. 7. Fall Lane. 8. Faraway Road to the driveway of the Ridge Condominiums. 9. Highline Road." 10. Owl Creek Road. 11. Wood Road to the driveway of the Wood Run V Condominiums. On all other roads in the Town the maximum length of a vehicle or combination of vehicles shall be forty-five(45) feet. A special permit for over-length vehicles for material delivery or mobilization of equipment may be granted, but not for continuous trips by vehicles engaged in ongoing construction activities related to earthwork excavation or roadway construction. e) Section 508 of the MTC is hereby amended by the addition of the following: d) Seasonal weight limitations. There shall be a weight limitation of forty thousand 8-2 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-1 e) Exemption from seasonal weight g) Section 1101 ofthe Model Traffic Code limitations. The following roads shall be is hereby amended to read as follows: exempt from the seasonal weight limitations Section 1101(2)(6). Fifteen miles per set forth in this Code: hour in any business district, as defined in section 42-1-102(11), C.R.S.;" 1. Brush Creek Road. Section 1101(2)(c). Twenty miles per hour in any residence district, as defined in2. Carriageway Road, a/k/a Snow- section 42-1-102(80), C.R.S.;" melt Road. h) Section 1202 of the MTC is amended 3. Snowmass Club Circle. by the addition of the following subsections: 4. Daly Lane. Subsection (1). No persons shall park a motor vehicle which exceeds 18 feet in 5. Divide Road. length in any Town regulated parking lot. The Town Manager may, from time to time, 6. Elbert Lane. designate parking lots or other areas where the parking of oversized vehicles will be 7. Fall Lane.allowed and may promulgate such rules and regulations governing the same as it deems 8. Faraway Road to the driveway of appropriate. the Ridge Condominiums. Subsection (2). No person shall park any 9. Highline Road." vehicle upon a street, highway or public parking lot in such a manner or under such 10. Owl Creek Road. conditions as to interfere with the free movement of vehicular or pedestrian traffic 11. Wood Road to the driveway of or proper street, highway or public parkingtheWoodRunVCondominiums. lot maintenance and snow removal. f) Section 509(1) of the MTC is hereby amended to read as follows: Any police officer, as defined in section 18-1-901(3)(1)(IV), C.R.S., having reason to believe that the weight of a vehicle and load is unlawful is authorized to require the driver to stop and submit to a weighing of the same by means of either portable or stationary scales or shall require that such vehicle be driven to the nearest public scales." 8-3 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-2 Subsection (3). No person shall store 1804(2), C.R.S., or any of the circumstances any items of personal property, including but or conditions listed below, such officer shall not limited to automobiles, recreation require such vehicle to be moved, removed, vehicles, trailers, construction equipment or or cause the same to be immobilized, moved materials, or similar items, in or upon any or removed and placed in storage in the Town regulated parking lot without the prior nearest garage or other place of safety approval of the Town Manager. The Town designated or maintained by the munici- Manager may impose such reasonable terms pality, and neither the officer nor anyone or conditions upon his approval as deemed operating under his direction shall be liable appropriate. For the purpose of this for any damage to such vehicle occasioned regulation, any such item of personal by. such movement, immobilization or re- property which has remained in the same moval. general location or upon any Town regulated parking lot for more than 168 consecutive 1. Vehicle left unattended with hours shall be deemed to be stored by the engine running, or ignition unlocked or owner thereof. keys left in the ignition switch. 2. Vehicle stopped, standing or parked upon any area or portion of a street Subsection (4). Whenever any police or parking lot in violation of or contrary officer finds a vehicle, attended or unat- to a parking limitation or prohibition set tended, stopped, standing or parked upon any forth in the MTC, provided that such portion of a public road, street or parking lot street or parking lot has been posted with normally open to and accessible by the public an official sign or signs giving notice of within this municipality in such manner as to such limitation or prohibition. constitute a violation of Section 1204 of this Code, or left unattended for a period of 3. When any vehicle is stopped, twenty-four (24) or more hours and pre- standing or parked in violation of any sumed to be abandoned under the conditions traffic ordinance and is an obstruction or prescribed by 42-4-1803(2) and 42-4- hazard to any lawful function or restricts normal ingress or egress to property pub- lic or private. 4. When operator or person exercis- ing control over a vehicle is taken into custody by the police department and the vehicle would thereby be left unattended upon public or private property. 5. When any vehicle is found being operated upon any road, street or public way in violation of the provisions of Sec- tions 202, 204-210, 223 and 224 herein. 8-6 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-2 6. When the owner or operator of a streets, roads,alleys or driveways for the vehicle is reasonably suspected to be purpose of conducting fire suppression or using invalid license plates, license per- rescue operations. mits or inspection certificates. 12. When any vehicle is stopped, 7. (i) When any vehicle is reasonably standing or parked within ten (10) feet of suspect of being involved in any hit and the point on the street, road, alley or run accident; or (ii) when any vehicle is driveway closest to a fire hydrant or when under the control of a driver who is rea- any vehicle in any way obstructs a fire sonably suspected of having been hydrant or fire department connection for involved in any hit and run accident. an automatic sprinkler or stand pipe sys- tem that prevents its being readily acces- 8. When any vehicle is reasonably sible to the fire department." suspected of being stolen or parts thereof to be stolen. 13. When the owner of a vehicle has failed to respond to four (4) or more 9. When the owner/operator of any notices of parking violations within the vehicle is turned into custody for a sus- specified ten (10) days from the first pected misdemeanor or felony, or when notice, or if an arrest warrant has been the vehicle is suspected of containing issued for the owner." stolen goods or other contraband. 10. When any vehicle has had an immobilizing device unlawfully removed i) Section 1204(1) of the MTC is hereby there from or any vehicle has been unlaw- amended by the addition of the following fully removed from the police storage or paragraph: impounded area without obtaining a proper release for the vehicle or without Paragraph (1). On any roadway or within payment ofthe required release fees.six (6) feet of the main traveled portion of such roadway unless otherwise permitted by 11. When any vehicle is stopped, official sign." standing or parked on any public street, road or alley or any private street, road, alley or driveway in a manner that restricts the clear unobstructed width to j) Section 1204 of the MTC is hereby less than twenty (20) feet, when such amended by the addition of Subsection (5), (6), street, road, alley or driveway provides (7)and(8), which shall read as follows: emergency vehicle access to any building. It is intended that fire equipment be able Subsection (5). No person shall remove to position at any point along these or cause to be removed any immobilizing device or remove or cause to be removed any vehicle from any authorized police storage area or impound facility without first paying any required fee and obtaining a written release from the Police Department and exhibiting such written release to any police officer upon demand." 8-9 Supp.3 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-2 Subsection (6). As to any vehicle impounded by or at the request of the Town of Snowmass Village, its agents or employees, a person who has a legal entitlement to possession of the vehicle has a right to a post-seizure administrative hearing to determine whether there was probable cause to impound the vehicle, if such person files a written demand, on forms to be provided by the Town, with the Town of Snowmass Village within ten (10) days after the mailing of a Notice of Stored Vehicle. The Notice of Stored Vehicle shall be mailed to the registered owner or the owner's agent, based on the address reflected on the vehicle registration, within forty-eight (48) hours, excluding weekends and holidays, after impounding and storage of such vehicle. 8-10 Supp.3 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-2 Subsection (7). As to any vehicle 1) Section 1406 of the MTC is amended immobilized by or at the request of the Town by the addition of the following subsections: of Snowmass Village, its agents or employees, an Immobilization Notice will be Subsection (6). No person shall place or affixed to the immobilized vehicle stating cause to be placed snow on or upon any area that release can be obtained only after the that is owned or controlled by the Town, owner (or agent) posts a bond with the Clerk including, without limitation, parking lots, of the Municipal Court or the Police rights-of-way, roads, sidewalks or trails, Department, after which a post-seizure unless such person has first obtained the administrative hearing to determine whether approval of the Public Works Director." there was probable cause to immobilize such vehicle may be held if a written request for such a hearing is made within twenty (20) days of the payment of the bond. Subsection (8). The post-seizure hearing shall be conducted before a hearing officer designated by the Town Manager within forty-eight (48) hours of receipt of a written demand therefor from the person seeking the hearing unless such person waives the right to a speedy hearing. Weekends and holidays are to be excluded from the calculation of the forty-eight-hour period. The hearing officer shall be someone other than the person who directed the impounding and storage, or immobilization, of the vehicle. The sole issue before the hearing officer shall be whether there was probable cause to impound or immobilize the vehicle in question. Probable cause to impound or immobilize" shall mean such a state of facts which would lead a person of ordinary care and prudence to believe that there was a sufficient breach of local, state or federal law to authorize the removal or immobilization of the vehicle." k) Section 1205 of the MTC is hereby amended by the addition of the following subsection: Subsection (4). On those streets and municipal parking lots which have been approved for angle parking, no person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle at other than the angle so approved." 8-10 Supp. 12 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-2 See. 8-3. Applicability. This Article shall apply to every street, alley, sidewalk area, driveway, park and every other public way, public place or public parking area, either within or outside the corporate limits of the Town, the use of which the Town has juris- diction and authority to regulate. The provisions of Sections 1401, 1402, 606 and 1413, of the adopted Model Traffic Code; respectively concerning reckless driving, careless driving, unauthorized devices and eluding officers shall apply not only to public places and ways but also throughout the Town. (Prior code Ch. XV 1-4) Sec.8-4. Penalties. It is unlawful for any person to violate any of the provisions stated or adopted in this Chapter. The arresting officer may offer to give a notice to the person in charge of or operating the motor vehicle involved, which notice shall be in the form of a penalty assessment notice. Should the person to whom the penalty assessment notice is tendered accept said notice, such acceptance shall constitute an acknowledgement of guilt by such person of his or her violation of the offense stated in such notice and a promise on such per- son's part to pay the fine specified in the official penalty assessment schedule of the Town, either in person or by mail within twenty (20) days of the date of arrest. Refusal or inability to remit the specified fine by mail when required shall constitute a refusal to accept a penalty assessment notice. The officer shall advise the person arrested of the points to be assessed in accordance with state law. Acceptance and payment 8-11 Supp. 12 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-4 of the prescribed fine shall be deemed a com- Sec.8-22. Definitions. plete satisfaction for the violation, and the vio- lator shall be given a receipt which so states As used in this Article, the following words when such fine is paid in currency or other form shall be construed to have the meanings defined of legal tender. Checks tendered by the violator below: and accepted by the Town and on which pay- ment is received by the Town shall be deemed 1) Designated parking areas means sufficient receipt. Should the violator refuse to those areas of real property within the Town accept the notice prescribed above when ten- which are intended to be used for the parking dered, the officer shall proceed to issue a sum- of motor vehicles and which have been iden- mons and complaint requiring appearance of the tified and designated by the Transportation violator in Municipal Court. Should the violator Director. accept the notice but fail to pay the prescribed penalty within twenty (20) days thereafter, the 2) Merchant reserved parking means notice shall be construed to be a summons for merchant reserved parking spaces located in the particular charge indicated, and the prosecu- Lot 7, with no more than five (5) merchant tion for said violation shall thereafter be heard in reserved parking permits issued per parking the Municipal Court and the violator shall be space. privileged to answer the charge made against him or her in the same manner as if he or she 3) Oversized vehicle parking areas had not been served with a penalty assessment means areas for parking motor vehicles summons. (Prior code Ch. XV §1-3; Ord. 4- eighteen (18) feet or greater in length as may 1994 §1) be designated for this purpose by the Transportation Director. Sec. 8-5. Validity 4) Parking permit means a decal, hang If any part or parts of this ordinance are for tag, sticker or other device issued by the any reason held to be invalid such decision shall Town that identifies a category of parking not affect the validity of the remaining portions area user. of this ordinance. The Town Council hereby declares that it would have passed this ordinance 5) Parking symbol means a symbol used and each part or parts thereof, irrespective of the to identify which parking permits are allowed fact that any one part or parts be declared in which designated parking areas, which invalid. have been designated by the Transportation Director for each category of permit parking. Sees.8-6-41-20. Reserved. ARTICLE II Parking Regulations Sec. 8-21. General. It is unlawful for any person to operate or park a motor vehicle in violation of the provi- sions of this Article. (Ord. 17-1991 §1) 8-11 Supp. 12 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-22 6) Permit parking season means a por- present to the Town proof of land ownership tion of each year, identified and announced or residential leasehold interest within the by the Transportation Director, during which Town and current vehicle registration in the time it is necessary to regulate parking by name of the landowner or lease holder, for permits. (Ord. 17-1991 §1; Ord. 11-1993 §1; each vehicle to be permitted. No more than Ord. 19-1994 §1; Ord. 10-1997 §6; Ord. 2- three (3) resident permits shall be issued per 2003 §3) property. Sec.8-23. Permit required. 2) Guest permits shall be available for issuance by the management of any Town No vehicle shall be parked in a designated short-term rental unit solely for further dis- parking area during the permit parking season tribution to their tenants in such units, and by unless a valid parking permit has been displayed the Town directly. Guest permits shall not be in a manner clearly visible from outside the valid unless all information has been pro- vehicle which authorizes parking the vehicle in vided on the face of the permit including the the specific lot. (Ord. 11-1993 §1; Ord. 10-1997 expiration date. The term of the permit shall 6) be determined annually by the Transportation Director. Sec. 8-24. No overnight parking.Repealed 3) Employee permits shall be available to eligible employees as follows: Sec. 8-25. Distribution of permits.a. Provided that the physical location of the place of business of an employer No person shall falsify information on a per- possessing a valid business license, con- mit application or affix a permit to a vehicle tractor license or a franchise issued by the other than the vehicle appearing on the permit Town necessitates that an employee util- application, copy, alter or forge any permit or ize Town-regulated parking lots during improperly distribute guest permits. Conditions working hours, one (1) employee permit relating to specific parking permits shall be as or one (1) transferable employee permit follows: may be available to a qualified employee of such licensee or franchisee, as deter- 1) Resident permits. Resident permits mined by the Transportation Director. shall be available to those individuals who 8-12 Supp. 12 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-25 b. An employer shall be responsible Sec. 8-26. Display of permits. to promptly notify the Town when any employee permit holder leaves their Resident, employee, gold pass, senior passes, employ, at which time the employee per- guest or merchant parking permits shall be per- mit shall become invalid and must be sur- manently affixed in the lower left-hand comer of rendered to the Transportation Director.the front windshield of the vehicle permitted. Day skier and transferable employee permits c. An employee permit may only be shall be hung from the interior rearview mirror displayed on a motor vehicle designated only while the vehicle is parked. Only currently on the approved employee permit appli- valid permits shall be displayed. Permits shall cation. not be displayed in a manner which obstructs the driver's vision. (Ord. 17-1991 §1; Ord. 19-1994 4) Day skier permits. The day skier §1) permit shall be sold at locations designated by the Transportation Director. Sec. 8-27. Fee schedule. 5) Gold pass. Gold passes will be a) The charge for permits shall be available to any motorist. Gold passes will determined annually by the Transportation be limited to an issue of one hundred(100).Director. 6) Senior pass. Senior passes shall be b) The charge for permits, per vehicle per- available to those individuals who present to mitted per day, shall be determined annually by the Town proof that they are sixty-five (65) the Transportation Director. years ofage or older, and vehicle registration for the vehicle to be permitted issued by the County Clerk and Recorder. Senior passes will be limited to an issue of one hundred 100). Senior passes shall be valid only if the vehicle is operated or occupied by an individual age sixty-five (65) or older at the time it is parked. (Ord. 17-1991 §l; Ord. 11- 1993 §1; Ord. 4-1994 §1; Ord. 19-1994 §1; Ord. 5-1995 §1; Ord. 10-1997 §6; Ord. 2- 2003 §3) 8-13 Supp. 12 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-27 c) The charge for a parking space lease, abode or as a place to sleep. Camping on private per space, per car, shall be determined annually property within the Town limits is regulated by by the Transportation Director. Chapter 16A of this Code. (Ord. 17-1991 §1; Ord. 4-1998 §1) Ord. 17-1991 §1; Ord. 11-1993 §l; Ord. 19- 1994 §1; Ord. 5-1995 §1; Ord. 14-1999 §1; Ord. Sec. 8-30. Exemption. 2-2003 §3) The provisions of this Article shall not apply Sec. 8-28. Prohibited areas. to parking in timed parking spaces which com- plies with the time limit for the specific parking It is a violation of this Article for any person space, or handicap parking spaces utilized by to park a motor vehicle in any location within vehicles displaying valid handicap license plates the corporate limits of the Town where parking or permits. (Ord. 17-1991 §1; Ord. 11-1993 §1) is specifically prohibited by an official sign or signs, or where parking is not specifically Sec. 8-31. Penalty. authorized by an official sign or signs. (Ord. 17- 1991 §1; Ord. 11-1993 §1) a) Any person convicted of falsifying information on permit applications, of transfer- Sec.8-29. Camping prohibited. ring a permit to a vehicle other than the vehicle appearing on the permit application, copying, No person shall camp in or upon any Town- altering or forging a permit, or of improperly regulated parking lot or upon any Town-owned distributing guest permits shall be fined not less property. The Town Council may, from time to than three hundred dollars ($300.00) nor greater time, designate an area or areas where camping than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per may be allowed and may promulgate such rea- violation, which shall be a strict liability offense, sonable rules and regulations governing camping for which the fine shall not be suspended. as it deems appropriate. For the purpose of this regulation, a person shall be deemed to be b) Any person convicted of violating any camping if such person occupies any Town- provision of this Article, other than those listed regulated parking lot, or other Town-owned in Subsection (a) above, shall be fined an property, in a motor vehicle, tent or other shelter amount not less than fifty dollars ($50.00), nor with the intent of utilizing such shelter as an greater than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per violation, which fine shall be a strict liability offense, for which the fine shall not be suspended; provided, however, that the original penalty assessment may be paid within twenty 20) days from the date of the violation. (Ord. 17-1991 §1; Ord. 11-1993 §1; Ord. 19-1994 §1) Sees.8-32---8-50. Reserved. 8-14 Supp. 12 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-53 ARTICLE III Penalty Fines PART 1 TRAFFIC Sec. 8-51. Penalty assessment fine schedule. MTC Sec. The Schedule of Penalty Assessment Fines Violation Description Fine contained in Section 8-53 below shall be appli- cable to all violations of this Code which are 107 Obedience to police or 150.00 specifically defined in the Schedule. If a fine is sheriffs identified with a violation of a specific section of the Code, payment of the fine within twenty 109 Motorized bicycles,animals, 50.00 skis,skates,toy vehicles,and20) days of the date of the citation shall avoid all-terrain recreational vehicles the necessity of appearing in Municipal Court. on highways. Motorized For all other specifically defined violations, in vehicles on sidewalks,trail which no fine or a summons is stated, or path. appearance in Municipal Court shall be 109.5 Neighborhood electric vehicles.summons mandatory. (Prior code Ch. XV §3-1) 114 Removal oftraffic hazards. summons Sec. 8-52 Point assessment for scheduled violations. PART 2 EQUIPMENT The Schedule of Point Assessments shall be 201 Obstructing view ofdriver. 30.00 maintained and assessed by the State. 6)Driver allowed rider outside. 50.00 202 Unsafe Vehicles. 30.00 Sec. 8-53. Schedule. 204 When lighted lamps are 30.00 The following is a Schedule of Penalty required Assessments and Fines applicable to violations 205 Head lamps on motor vehicles. 30.00 of the Model Traffic Code. 205.5 Lamps on motor vehicles- 30.00 additional requirements 206 Tail lamps and reflectors. 30.00 207 Clearance lamps and 30.00 identification. 208 Stop lamps and turn 30.00 signals 209 Lamp or flag on projecting 30.00 load. 210 Lamps on parked vehicles. 30.00 8-17 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-53 MTC Sec.Adequate snow tires required. Violation Description Fine 229 Safety glazing material in 30.00 motor vehicles. 230 Emergency lighting equipment 30.00 211 Lamps on farm equipment 30.00 who must carry and other vehicles and equipment. 231 Parking lights. 30.00 212 Spot lamps and auxiliary 30.00 232 Minimum safety standards 30.00 lamps. for motorcycles and motor-driven cycles. 213 Audible and visual signals 30.00 Glassess and footrests. on emergency vehicles.233 Alterations of suspension 30.00 214 Visual signals on service 30.00 system. vehicles.234 Slow-moving vehicles-30.00 215 Signal lamps and devices- 30.00 display ofemblem. additional lighting equipment.236 Child restraint systems 50.00 215.5 Signal lamps and devices- 30.00 required-definitions- street rod vehicles and exemptions. custom motor vehicles. 237 Safety belt systems- 30.00 216 Multiple-beam road lights. 30.00 mandatory use-exemptions. 217 Use of multiple-beam lights. 30.00 PART 5 SIZE-WEIGHT-LOAD 218 Single-beam road-lighting 30.00 502 Width of vehicles. 75.00 equipment. 503 Projecting loads on passenger 30.00 219 Number of lamps permitted. 30.00 vehicles. 220 Motorized bicycles- 30.00 504 Height and length of vehicles 75.00 motor-driven cycles- on certain roads restricted. lighting. 505 Longer vehicle combinations. 75.00 221 Bicycle equipment. 30.00 506 Trailers and towed vehicles. 30.00 222 Volunteer firemen-volunteer 30.00 ambulance attendants-special 507 Wheel and axle loads. lights and alarm systems. 1-2,500 lbs.over 75.00 2,500-5,000 lbs.over 100.00 223 Brakes. 30.00 5,000-7,500 lbs.over 150.00 7,500 lbs.over summons 224 Hums or warning devices. 30.00 508 Gross weight of vehicles 225 Mufflers-prevention of noise. 50.00 and loads. 1-2,500 lbs.over 75.00 226 Mirrors-exterior placements. 30.00 2,500-5,000 lbs.over 100.00 5,000-7,500 lbs.over 150.00 227 Windows unobstructed-30.00 7,500 lbs.over certain materials prohibited- Seasonal weight limitations windshield wiper requirements. 509 Vehicles weighed- 75.00 228 Restrictions on tire requirements. 30.00 excess removed. 8-18 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-53 entering intersection. MTC Sec. Violation Descrintion Fine 702 Vehicle turning left yield to 40.00 oncoming vehicle. 510 Permits for excess size. summons 703 Entering through highway- 50.00 Obey stop or yield intersection. 704 Vehicle entering roadway 50.00 512 Liability for damage to summons yield to oncoming vehicle.highway. 705 Operation on approach of 75.00 PART 6 SIGNALS-SIGNS-MARKINGS emergency vehicles. 603 Obedience to official traffic 50.00 709 Stop when traffic obstructed. 50.00 control devices. 710 Emerging from or entering, 50.00 605 Flashing signals.50.00 alley,driveway,or building 606 Display of unauthorized 50.00 711 Driving on mountain highways.50.00 signs or devices. 712 Driving in highway work area. 50.00 607 Interference with official summons devices. PART 8 PEDESTRIANS 608 Signals by hand or signal 30.00 801 Pedestrian obedience to traffic 30.00 device requied. control devices. 609 Method of giving hand and 30.00 802 Pedestrians'right-of-way in 30.00 arm signals. crosswalks. 610 Unauthorized insignia. 30.00 803 Crossing at other than 30.00 crosswalks. 611 Paraplegic persons or person 100.00 with disabilities-distress flag. 805 Pedestrians walking or 30.00 612 When signals are inoperative 30.00 traveling in a wheelchair on or malfunctioning. Duty highways. to yield. 806 Driving through safety 50.00 613 Failure to pay toll established summons zone prohibited. by rural transportation 807 Drivers to exercise due care. 50.00 authority. 614 Designation of highway summons 808 Drivers and pedestrians,other 100.00 maintenance,repair, a than persons in wheelchairs,to yield to persons with disabilities. construction zones-signs increase in penalties. PART 9 TURNING- STOPPING 615 School zones-increase in summons 901 Required position and method 30.00 penalties for moving traffic of tuming. violations. 902 Limitations on turning around. 30.00 PART 7 RIGHTS-OF-WAY 903 Turning movements and 30.00 required signals. 701 Vehicles approaching or 40.00 8-19 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-53 1202 Parking or abandonment of 40.00 PART 10 DRIVING-OVERTAKING- vehicles. Oversized vehicle, PASSING Overtime storage. 1204 Stopping,standing,or parking 30.00 MTC Sec.prohibited in specified places. Violation Description Fine Removing from storage/boot. Prohibited by sign. 1001 Drive on right side-exceptions 50.00 1205 Parking at curb or edge of 30.00 roadway-angle parking required. 1002 Passing oncoming vehicles. 50.00 1206 Unattended motor vehicle. 30.00 1003 Overtaking vehicle on the left. 50.00 1207 Opening and closing vehicle 30.00 1004. When overtaking on the right is 50.00 doors. permitted. 1208 Parking privileges for persons 100.00 1005 Limitations on overtaking on 50.00 with disabilities. the left. 1211 Limitations on backing. 30.00 1006 One-way roadways and rotary 50.00 traffic islands. PART 14 OTHER OFFENSES 1007 Driving on roadways laned 50.00 1401 Reckless driving-penalty. summons for traffic. 1402 Careless driving-penalty. 50.00 1008 Following too closely. 50.00 1403 Following fire apparatus 50.00 1009 Coasting prohibited. 30.00 prohibited 1010 Driving on divided or 50.00 1404 Crossing fire hose. 30.00 controlled-access highways. 1405 Riding in trailers. 30.00 1011 Use of runaway vehicle ramps. summons 1406 Foreign matter on highway prohibited. 50.00 1012 High occupancy vehicle lanes. 50.00 1407 Spilling loads on highways 50.00 PART 11 SPEED REGULATIONS prohibited. 1101 Speed limits. 1407.5 Splash guards-when required 30.00 1-4 mph over limit 30.00 5-9 mph over limit 50.00 1408 Operation ofmotor vehicles on 30.00 10-19 mph over limit 75.00 property under control of or 20 mph or more over limit summons owned by parks and recreation 3)Too fast for conditions 50.00 districts. 1103 Minimum speed regulation. 50.00 1409 Compulsory insurance-penalty. summons 1104 Speed limits on elevated 50.00 1411 Use ofearphones while driving.30.00 structures. 1105 Speed contests. summons 1412 Operation of bicycles and other 30.00 human-powered vehicles. PART 12 PARKING 1413 Eluding or attempting to elude summons 1201 Starting parked vehicle.30.00 a police officer. 8-20 Vehicles and Traffic Section 8-53 1414 Moving construction related 30.00 equipment. MTC Sec. Violation Description Fine 1415 Use of dyed fuel on highways summons prohibited. PART 15 MOTORCYCLES 1502 Riding on motorcycles. 30.00 1503 Operating motorcycles on 30.00 roadways laned for traffic. 1504 Clinging to other vehicles. 30.00 PART 17-PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE 1703 Parties to a crime summons 1704 Offenses by persons controlling 30.00 vehicles PART 19 SCHOOL BUSES 1901 School buses-equipment 50.00 1902 School buses-driver training 50.00 1903 School buses-stops—signs 60.00 passing. 1904 Regulations for school buses 50.00 regulations on discharge of passengers-penalty-exception Schedule ofAppearance Bonds Reckless driving 100.00 Careless driving with accident 100.00 Speeding 20 and over 100.00 All other traffic violations 50.00 Secs. 8-54—S-70. Reserved. 8-21 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: RUSSELL FORREST, TOWN MANGER SUBJECT: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: APRIL 16, 2007 Water Shed Issue Russell Forrest and Kit Hamby will be meeting regarding the water supply issue. 2007 Historical Project Plan Review By: Kathleen Wanatowicz Council earmarked $40,000 to be used toward a historical project in 2007 to celebrate 30 years of municipal service and 40 years as a ski resort. Council requested that staff present a plan on the use of these funds. The objective of this plan is to create a series of events and creative materials that represent and capture the spirit of Snowmass Village over the past forty years and reflect a historical representation to our past. The projects should celebrate the characters of the people who live and visit Snowmass Village. I have formed a small volunteer project group that have reviewed the presented options and will continue to advise and participate throughout the year. The details of these projects have not been finalized; these are all plans in the works. All of these projects will require further funds through a fundraising program and sponsorships to make this possible. Project One: Snowmass Village Documentary Description: A short film that will feature interviews with past Mayors long time residents, and long time guests. The film will show during our anniversary weekend, venues around Snowmass Village, and local cable. Expense: Estimated cost, $20,000.00 to include graphics, editing, and camera time. The Town will donate $10,000 and oversee the production. Project Two: Snowmass Village Commemorative Picture Book Description: This will be a collection of old photos and personal memoirs. The small book would outline a brief history over the past forty years and include personal stories and highlight the growth of our Town. Manager's Report 04-16-07 Page 2 of 3 Expense: Estimated at $40,000.00 to include graphics, writing, pictures, and printing. The Town will donate $20,000 towards the publishing of this book and oversee the project. Project Three:Special Event - Community Celebration Description: This event will take place over December 14" — 16th, 2007. Expense: Estimated at $20,000.00 to include music, food, and memorabilia. The Town will provide $10,000 towards this weekend. Manager's Report 04-16-07 Page 3 of 3 The following is a list of strategic projects and there current status for your information. Staff Action Status Date to follow-up with Contact Council Jason Haber Construction Construction Manager hired. Traffic Control Each Council meeting Mitigation hired. Ongoing updates throughout construction season. Chris Conrad Village Center Will receive new plans in mid April on Village May 21. Project Center Jason Haber Town Hall Update on potential alternatives for floor plans. April 16 Project Joe Coffey Rodeo Place Will follow-up on closets, solar options, pricing April 16 on remaining homes on lots 11 and 12 and lottery format on April 161h. Also staff is working on obtaining the easement for the Rodeo project. David TOD Project in Proceeding with NEPA work and obtaining May 7, 2007 Peckler West Village Federal grants. Staff working on process to ensure land planning is integrated with the overall mall plan. Jason Haber, West Village Staff will be meeting to develop recommended May 7, 2007 David Plan next steps for the Town to complete the Peckler, &planning in the West Village. Chris Conrad Hunt Walker Recreation Staff has estimated costs for tw?jym options. May 7 update with overall Center-Gym Council gave direction on April 2 to proceed plan for the entrance. with design on a new gym with an separate exercises ace. Hunt Walker Entry Way Town Council approved completing civil work May 7 —Overall Entrance Improvements at the Visitor's Center area. Other 2007 work Phasing Plan presentation will continue this summer, which includes Brush Creek R. ROW improvements, wetlands enhancement, BB court, Volleyball court, skateboard park, tennis courts and other Entryway ark improvements. Russell Council Retreat Staff will follow-up with Council on using the May 7 Forrest Follow-up ground rules from the retreat to create a set of operating commitments for Council and staff. In addition, staff will also schedule an item on meeting format and discuss the issue of having work sessions to expedite the regular meeting. Sun Mon Tue Wed=Th Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. Start of Passover 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Council/Staff Retreat Easter Sunday 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 911 Administrative Professionals Day 29 30 11 Z - Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 Cinco de Mayo 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Wi Mother's Da 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 27 28 29 30 31 II I Memorial Day Town Hall Closed Emr Fun E Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 r Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. Summer Father's Day Solstice 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 85" CML 85" CML Annual Annual Conference mmommongf Conference At Snowmass At Snowmass Village Village 1 1 t. Y' Club Commons II - Employee Housing PUD - Preliminary Plan Application Supplemental Materials Presented to Planning Commission Submitted for Town Council Review t t R 7i April 16 2007 L_.., ;' p MAR 01 2007 Town of Snowmass Village snowmass VillageDeveio; ment Town Council Meeting Au: Fae x. ala. e- kayw' alav i tea unR- OOk S,N Lm3nwsnen ae1W3D1. SN1 0° rveccoam° maisDl- SDr em plbppibmtmm ASPENC) SNOWMASS. ZL k_ Po Be Ia1 Dk DND[ D s Ataen x611 h910VbY15 w m B OEM. k O OW SOUTH ELEVATION O a SCALE:] lit•• 3•-0' U 5 o a0 p T Fa134 E1F/ ATbN- iVBSH O 3 FINISH a ApTON-".. I XElgl! k 1 O I WEN NI] T.et? Q FINISHEIEVATI% AGl- N % W9 ou'V Pd19 A p FtiIINIH— ISSUED FOR: DATE: p FINISX EfEVAIpN- lM2 SCHEMATIC DESIGN 12/13/ 08 e i SCHEMATIC DESIGN 01110107 w 1Yd 1N'A e FWISH ElEVATKK!-] 05N O BUILDING A24ELEVATION B oFLaars E FINISH EIEVA110N. 15.] b' KEY NOTES 0N e FI ISX EIEV.-] 8]].) S ILLMAN y FlPSTFLOON Q kEAVI Tll' RCR- TN10t!° k} ClT6 hb V FINI] NOR. 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G1 91612 19A92 s K1 9 w.. eaw9w. ra RS i _--- mer a•3 Q Z ao NORTH ELEVATION BcALE: s/ ar• ra- O E U O GINISHEIYVATbN- nl63' l JF 1—_ z FixsBx° Ano mT°eai r" a E¢ usI k HFEL NEIGIR N19T 612 3 GunsX¢ EVAnwnR1 V 4 y O w Q sdWA OU 6 FWISX EIEVATMM Te82 vS m ISSUED FOR: PATE: w SCHEMATIC DESIGN 17// 31113 y Flwsx¢ EVATW- TSSx. 55'v SCHEMATIC DESIGN oill= 7 O 6 N a L e o` tws, mn BUILDING A24 e Fwlsu s, EVAn° N.> wzs ELEVATION Fl SN FIEV.- T0. 92T5 O FwSTFL 0.FINISx— r wE- KET NOTES oE] AVT TB ER- TR° BBLB 6 roBTeA d 1p rae ovEwaa+ a. eNBaLL. r,m. WEST SIDE ELEVATION BUILDING TYPE A26 Q uewrexrx v mmo5ura LAr emn SCALE-. iW• lIW NE. SIfX Loom 6 LATiFi6 Bron+ L ELEVATIONS YN O GItlLL IUI- VMT' L eLpWL LEad3Ta STw wae7i TNO G Q uuoc Tw• I A4. 02 y 0 Q Pima TfiT NLI W eTwY gd uO PI8 CLBT BTGC N E L Q luxe RuLnn Aube X... Fl, 9I2- z P.. B, I,. FINISHEL Inr- 9i3 1tl16YNIIfl3xw, pRlW 6>S- 1Po1 4vY^ v- vlmN m OFHEIe1R oeW> nmettos h349693-]] 1] EVAT gN. TeBp.,]' nle plE® pIN20. m Xoo xEl > ASPENC) SNOWMASS. FIZElEVATCN. T9NJS 9is,/ 16•, 4 n1w IL3 O: pApY4 fINpH6EVATXN]- R6]. TS~ Ay W$ 1613 EcF] w9 n I F« WTxr.FINISHEIEVATIW- RST a 3 6m XWOFLO X 1 FNISH EIEVATpX- TWT15' 4A r FWSHF AA 1-] HITS corn 6 Z O 6 FINISH FLEV.- a 0 ., 9FUt9TFLOgi O O FINASN tlVDE W SOUTH ELEVATION 1\ FWSN EIF/ ATf NTO tY HOOF IE up v FINISH 6LEVA, KK1- l0T°. M U r^ O RATE XEIeMp I N 2 FIMSN FIEVATIg1- MM.) S Or N OO F TH noae O D FNISX ELEVATON- Tr61' O t 0 W VJ o t TXmaraooH FWIOH FIEVATpH. A. T3S VP 2 a 6 s3coT] oX coH o Flxwx ELEVATnx- Tps> s r uS 6 FlXIBX EIEV. A M779 IGSUED FOR DATE: FlXSTnooX SCHEMATICDESIGN 1R2& OB XNISX HRAOF SCHEMATICDESIGN 0111= 7 r3 EAST SIDE ELEVATION a BUILDING B12ELEVATION Q SCALE: 1/S'= 1'-0' 0 44 o KEY NOTES Qo 1lAVTTRplR-, Immeee.. cere up > TLG pR¢ ImNJNN. IXMOIFd JroT 11SL Ha, 61rax1A1. s• omnel> m Ltf eroWn BUILDING TYPE B12 NE) v[ I1TICAL eO. Mro. MTne] eropa ELEVATIONS c Qs eNOLe H>6> vNn ueowe LEL15leTq. 4 elate w6: EEa SIR£ 11A90Yllt ma TNC Xerx elwu• o rtE age] alas eA nemEe A4 . 11 a o p IFOYIFCIENM¢ LI'TAY. It ASWUI, LL At . a2a,e-a2 4b1 Sail ROCF NEaUR oFlmccoaxm aw3593d. FINISH ELEVATgN.] M0. 14 eN: pMOplbiiCd41 1 ASPENC) SNOWMASS, RCGFNFNWF 8 FMIaHEIEVA - T!]a tsS- e V16' A PO Bm 19b pR9A 9135600 AR- M. w A Mal611 ac F109 5 FlNI6X ELEVATDN-] eW.] 6 { 1 I 4b FWRMFLOORFNISHEtEVATMN- i96T a 3 Ip b TNIRG FIOtLR FlNWH EIFVATION- iWT] Sy O q 1 SCSCRDFLCGI TI1 3 Fa11A4 EIF/ AIMN- Ta93. 5 V 1 e fMI6N ElEV.-Te9.T6 FIR6T FLGge O U FWISXGRADE 6 NORTH ELEVATION RGOF9I GHF a1 FlNI6HEIEVATICN.'/ y0.13' I J p 11 RGGFIae sroayl O FIM6XEIEVAl1GN-"/ 0) 086 M N W O FMISM p, EVAnCN 31T OO E b O O C FOAR N- W FNIaX FItvAmx. Tesr v Hcn a F le3 FIxI6X FLEVAnoN.-] Wf3 6 Qo t U SFCOxG FLnoa FlnMX ELEVAnay. Txn. s ISSUED FOR DATE'. e u 6 FINWH6 .- b SCHEMATIC DESIGN 1Y10/ OS T02). e SCHEMATIC DESIGN 01110/ 07 FIR6I FLOCKFINSH GMCE m36 WEST SIDE ELEVATION BUILDING 612 E ELEVATIONSCALE: 1/8'= 1'-0' o KEY NOTES N wury le IQ IG. N- TREQI- 11olE36!! 6 M6Ta d U El! Tb DaM9l61GNAL b1NGLE! a!& FElne 14atlZGNEAt s• OTOdM LAr elvun n 3>• rtrlex eaaam 6ImT aID6n SUIELEVATIONS 12 YN some wn vIxTL umrovwa LIDGEl1QE 6TRE NJEER e® rrvle. x a" pT NzD mnIxraarNE Fero. eTIxA' gg 0 Ae. TST" 61LUFO= ADER A4. 12 9 0 0 1IDJD FWL61y Q OPo KNr° Ntllp TSMUFCfMpp®¢ A9Np] I LL WENIJANOWMASS ksprNpROWMASS Planning D e p a r t m e n t 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 B12 Building are also included. P. O. Box 5010Snowmass Village, CO. 81615 As always, please do not hesitate to contact Mark Vogele or myself with any questions or Re: - Club Cgmmons 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 12MSM6 Housing in the TOSV LUC; The square footage per employee ( Sectionl6A- 4- 410( b) Square Building Footage Per Employee) shall be measured per the TOSV Floor Area Ratio ( FAR) methodology( Section 16A- 3- 210( b) Measuring Floor Area) BaltainSMBV Flooror11 7, 496 at I 704 sf 1 793 si 1 622 sf 270 at a 665 si 6at BMBV FlOOr2 7. 496 sf 0 793 sf 0 0 6288 Sf 2. Measuring Floor Area: All floor areas are calculated per the TOSV LUC. All floor areas are em F Bit 7, 496af 0 793 at o o a get measured to the outside face of the primary exterior walls. Both general exclusions and SMBV Floor 1 3872 at 349 of 0 56 sf 243 of 4520 sf exclusions specifically for multi- family dwellings are used as follows: 0801 wr3 3, 872 at o 0 56at o 3928 St Total FAR per Lentl Use Cotle 34 104- 1. 053 of 2 79 sf 790 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 calculations. a 7Coverag Total She Are5. 18 acres b. Mechanical room in the A24 and the mechanical closets at the 1312 exterior balconies Total Building e 21 are excluded from total FAR square footage and are not included in the mitigation T And_ king ewalkseS 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 SOUARE FEET TOTAL the B12 building re also considered too en, outdoors aces with roofs above. The Ewing Emr+ leyee Housing 0. 416 18, 1e6 9.7 MUXi- Family 9 p P RSide lks ove a Reaitlemial Lots first floor area below these projections that extend beyond four feet is calculated at aintenance 0. 338 14, 724 6.2 Maintenance Fecllfty fifty percent. The stairs above the first floor are not included. Employyeee a 0. 334 14, 544 6.1 Multi- Family lGn Covers a Rasiden lal Lots d. The A24 Building above grade decks have a total area of 1, 408 SF and the B12 Parking, Drives and 2. 303 100, 358 44. 7 Multi- Family Parkin Building above decks have a total area of 570 SF. Both building deck areas are ed Space 7e7 n, 63z 31. 3 Landscaped Area 518 100% Aspen Skiing Company Aspen Skiing Company 18. 55 DU/ A( Gross) P. O. Box 1248 P. O. Box 1248 Aspen, CO 81612 Aspen, CO 81612 970. 925. 1220 970. 925. 1220 oMlar, coaoms mmen w me" IbONEm[ m" ASPEN cj) SNOWMASS. 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IWIM N. rmry- sago 13'- 9" 1n 11- 9" 1" 13'- 9" 1" 13'- 9" 1" 11'- 9^ 1n 13'- 9- 13'- 9" 11'- 9" 13'- 9" awm, mmala mvmm. mm 203'- 6" 33'- 0" 9'- 10" 39'- 574" 39'- 6" 39'- 574" 9'- 10" 32'- 5" 4_ n 10" 8'- 614" 17'- 5>z" 9'- 10° 9'- 176" 11'- 674" 9'- 2" 9' 8' 9'- 1Ya" 11'- 614" 9'- 2" 9' 8" 9'- 1y" 11'- 674" 9'- 2° 9. 10 " 17'- 574" 8'- SYz" 6'- 3" UNIT4 UNIT4 BED/ 2B UNIT A BED/ 2BA H I BED/ 2 BAT Sr 937 SF 937 SF 937 SIP rQ\ V Li UNIT m UNIT4 U c o^ i7 4 BED If2 B 4 UNIT 4 f; 837 SF x_ _ J BED/ 2 BATH o y 837SF t` p N II O II O I io 11 = II II — II II — II O c UNIT UNIT4 BED/ 2BA UNIT4 V] c BED/ 2BA I 937 SF BED/ 2BA 3 937 SF 937 SF Y X= L r p p ISSUED FOR PATE; SCHEMATIC DESIGN 07/31/ 06 6'- 10" 81- 76" 17'- 5Y2" 9'- 10" 9'- 1Y2" 11- 76" 9'- 2" 918. 9'- 116" 11'- 674" 9'- 2" 9. 8. 9'- 174° 11 —.. 9'- 2" m 9'- 10" 17- 574" 8'- 8)6" g'_ 3^ 15'- 674" 17'- 5Y:" 9'- 10" 39'- Sh" 39'-' 39'- 5J4" 4'- 974 9'- 10" 17'- 576" 203'-" a 7712 TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN FLOOR PLAN BUILDING A24 BUILDING A24 SCALE: 7/S'= 1'-0' awfTrwa n I auonrn occuw) wce j euN a NTOT/ LUNIIB Nqul@ISflbERM^® L ASO61N mM1eG Xreh P. p11nNw JaM pRMi SVYAM pente6G° PoAB aam JTl-9aa) en: 9lEmpIDmcmm ASPEHCJ) SHOWMASS. R POM124 pN9909i15W0 A4 MP61] x910 Y1Y18I5 V p 1• 11'0 t IP% 1 tt'i' t it'-P t 12% a' t6i- V ' SY 11'- tV 29W f1'a' tY-11• 1Y-T Y% eL---: 4-1 O u O F F 4 O IO o YBFD/ 2BA) H 188 TN 1180 SF w 0Ole Q, b s L • II II — i — — II 0 " 11 UNIT) C M O 9Bm 11 BAlH UNR1 u 1YBB SF iBm/ 1 BATH ! zz b bb 4 t sw 0'r — mw u•- tr tra• 1Tn1' 121 e'ae• ISSUED FOR: DATE: tz% tr% tf•% t1'% t1•% fz% SCHEMATIC DESIGN ON17MB t• t• 1• r r 7b9 C 7 O C O, C ° ° p7& , O F/ C gqVoT T ogo rcEmt W k lf IIII tv yW\ l O SnEEt PRE: g FIRST FLOOR PLAN J(S FIRST FLOOR PLAN BUILDING B)2 scBUILDING:lv 812 anEET NIM. R: t euaowoaccuNace t- 19® RWM rlegTi VdRB z- zemao 2° aiN Uxrts t- aemrsooNtz anilt uvrB 4LW118M1l1lOR r5 tf lOTk NU15 MCNIRR' S FROdCi RaWW, g NIRRER: w X-f,tN36Iqa-B11- 3 9pl lminm60001 Pn: W26n- aN xl. o coW2W mzm. m- zm rc ple@Nnecmm ASPENc, OSNOWMASS. Polm, im Ph: P20P W Atp W 01612 4Pm PZ]- IWS r.P ' uw' ' rra ' a'.P 1 lyd• ' trx n a IYS PU' PAf W IP- 1P fPd' 1S-N' 1S-T '- 0' sbS' I" O u 1 age F F con 0 4 a r0 b v I b ze11f 1 ze0n° mzs TM 4 W II II II II far• 1 D J I L p II II a uxrts uxlrt FadFT1 t aFD/ 1 BATH i fa]e sF iro sP m VI 4 II e m iZ.q- gq gd• 9'S 43d' 11'-11' 11'd' tY-11' 1?- T aq' 11 ISSUED FOR: DATE: 1zd• . + ta 11•d• . + r¢ L 11'd• SCHEMATIC DESIGN OW17/ 06 gbFct 7 egg 4 a rcEYPUN Yf+a TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN FR46tiE= ELOORPLAN BUILDING B12 a BUILDING B12 SCALE. I/Q" cV ' SREEI NUMEER: t° undx°° ccuRExce 1-+ BF ROpMIf OATX UxYi9 8 3-1 BEORCOM( RBBIx UWiB t- aeEOxxooM( z Rnlxuutts rMf R Izr° ru& UNuxrls 6RWIlECi' S GROY[ i ASD W g N11Y9ER: Fetl Xrtfa. vIWO36 j p a it NN2- an wit- csz- a181+ uMMr6he61 P8: 8R9698 xma. coemn xxam- m> art pla@p2mctan ASPENC SKOWMASS, P° Stl, im pk9A 9aa6W6 AWN fO M611 M9N943 s lr$ t• 11'Y t• 11W t• IV 1• 1+' Y t I" Iz6 1' 6'L' 9d5' ' 34 11'- 1V t Y 11'£ 13-11' tY-T 6 u AO P F 4 a b F O uxrt 2 MD/ 2BA11t sam IZM* H 4 rWF' II I I uxrta uxrtl z° 3Bml] BAiM 1 Bml1 BATH 12988E AO SF t/ J m YV 4 tzY sY ° s rY zrY r-++• t+• Y z-tr r sir tta'Y ISSUEDFOR: DATE: tzY . n•Y , tv , ms , mY _ + zY SCHEMATIC DESIGN OBH] NB r r r r r VA c 0 Q 4 4 4 57C Q vo O d o To9 79 SHfEl Pll£: O i TYPICAL BOOR PLAN TKFMAE' FLOOR PLAN EuILDiNCeIZ BUILDING B12 SCALE: VS'= 1'A• sNEET NNNIMil j t' t6E NW/ t""` M18 a a.z BEpx 12B. tTlfmrts 1-a BEnxooMls BnTH UM15 N M-ItzTOrnt urNns g wwirecrs PNUxc1 nwwot B NVNBEP: Q B Asp Sbed Mt' 303: A92- 2387 2401 Co gp205 TM' ppptb. com pR, w. artc P 1 N S% QVIIAM 1240 k 970 923- 612 sAdwddAbra 20 10 20. v l DATA 151 SPACES PARKNG I arc 62 SPACES g SPACES f Exl$ TING PARKING SP PROPOSED ppRKINGG REMOLD FOR DRNE LPNE 253 SPACES j o I OTAL IPARKWG y b# P TOTAL nt: GPLAN W O - PARKIN 10 Sam' s Knob Project Schedule October Novembe Decembe n Febru arch I Aril Imav I June I July u us a temb I October Novembe em a Janu Fe- bruary I USFS Conceptual Approval Conceptual Design/ Prepare Application O TOSV Staff R¢ viow TOSV Planning Commission TOSV Town Council L.. final USFS approval Building Permit Sch 3matic Design and Pricing CConstruction Documents and GMP C Pre- Order Materials Construction Typical Project Sequence LSchernatic Design Entitlements Construction Documents Construction Sam' s Knob Accelerated Sequence Schematic Design Entitlements Construction Documents Construction L& ASPEVA) SHOWMASS. 0p JVIX 1 C u t- r 4 t'` j urwtr SG` IFM.1-:: Q6i" RI 1W tW0! I IIni r FIRS' FLOOR PLAN BUILDING A24 I TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN BUkrW V4 BUILDING A24 We, the undersigned, would like the TOSV Marketing and Special Events Department to remain on the Snowmass Village Mall. We depend on daily interaction as merchants with the Marketing Department and feel that the success of our business depends on the success of Special Events. Therefore proximity is key to us. Name Si tur Business Phone number Z3 a ul /ar xf-/M yam AO w Z' 4U,9.4 I DJL cJ p x'23 . Z26 3 a 2 Tf Sll tA L 7 IZ 5021rr/JekS c a3 - Skv k 72-3- 969'G z O t; - 1,2 o t-\. 1L 640 all ti d i5 Oo uuA sfl4 i c g'2'1 - J- Sot H1en, 30 a6 11316 tea . Va,es54, Wa (Y&r 11"V ._ 5 3v8 33 , r,d l P J>-i «l a 3 s tCEqj w r SS rcLl e r Prax hucula- c s C 3S BP 3 DV,REttB FC Pu 9z3 -2s v We, the undersigned, would like the T®SV Marketing and Special Events Department to remain on the Snowmass Village Mall. We depend on daily interaction as merchants with the Marketing Department and feel that the success of our business depends on the success of Special Events. Therefore proximity is key to us. Name Signature Business Phone number gt CollecliM5 123'213+ 1 I 3C-15 ySwanson \Fine( q23-C3G9I 30Q-g58q J 4'Z3 -3300 S I 9135886 7Q S,41 TOP c taw h- ffaoneS NSeE 923 3322 l3 J99lr S7eAJ XSE'l-) Upi'ZZeWS I 20 Item No . 4 : CONSTRUCTION UPDATE Time: 5 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: TWO-WEEK LOOK AHEAD FOR CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY Jason Haber 9. CONSTRUCTION COORDINATION WEEKLY REPORT #5 Ending 04/14/07 Construction Activity Entryway Brush Creek Road / Seven Star There was no construction activity on site this week. I attended the weekly project meeting with Debbie Duley, Brad Smith, and Jason Gant. There were no issues or complaints relating to this site this week. They have a certified traffic control plan in place for receiving of material from town hall site next week. Tracking pads are in place and will be monitored for effectiveness. Employee Housing No Site visits. No construction activity at this site. Town Hall No Site Visits Ongoing construction activity within project limits. It has been requested that workers at this do not park along Kearns Rd. They have a certified traffic control plan in place for hauling material from town hall to the visitor center site next week. Tracking pads are in place and will be monitored for effectiveness. Base Village Buildings: Site visits on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Talked with Jerry Penkey and Larry Striebinger of the Weitz Co. Lower Carriage Way: They have an approved traffic control plan with A-1 and will begin major construction in ROW'S on April 16, 2007. Trucks entering and leaving access at gates#1 and#2. The street cleaner ran Monday-Friday throughout the site. I received a complaint call with regards to the condition of the road. Weitz filled the potholes with some cold mix on Thursday. Wood Road: No activity in the roadway. Occasional deliveries in and out of access gate#3. Haul trucks from excavation entering and leaving the site at this gate. Washing tracking pads and truck tires with the pressure washer is operational as needed. I will be monitoring this closely. There are two settling plates that needed to be filled with cold mix. One was filled Thursday the other will be filled Monday. Brush Creek Bridge: Site Visits on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Aspen Earthmoving completed installing temporary conduit for the street light at the corner of Wood Rd and Brush Ck. The light pole was raised and the light was powered up Friday. They hope to have Anderson Drilling on site next week to start drilling for the abutment caisson's. Crestwood Site Visit on Friday. Met with Robert Sinko (Crestwood general manager), and Jon Walker Rudd Construction) regarding coordination of construction fencing along upper Wood Rd. Woodrun Place Site visits Monday, Tuesady, and Friday. They were hauling material off the site. The tracking pad is still clean and the wheel wash station was being used effectively. Traffic Control I am in contact with the TCS daily. I have requested to meet with Cal Whitman(A-1 vice President) at least once a week in Snowmass Village. No issues or complaints received regarding traffic control this week. Miscellaneous: John Baker is diligently working on getting the identification cards completed for the contractors to give to their truck drivers. We have decided the best way for them to work is by having a colored magnetized card stuck on the door of the trucks. Thanks for your help John. Kathleen W. and I have got the signs for the Brush Creek Trail detour in production as well as some new informational signs that will assist people driving on Brush Creek Rd. in finding their way past the road closures to the upper mall. Thanks Kathleen. A-1 traffic control will have a staging area near the rodeo grounds as soon as the temporary fence is delivered. They will also have a variable message board in place below the center on Monday. There will be two other VMS locations soon. One near the entrance to the upper mall, and the other on Brush Creek Rd. below the seven star/new visitor center site. Two Week Look Ahead For All Projects Week of April 15- April 21 Week of April 22- April 228 DaysSunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Seturtlay Suntlay Monday Tuestlay Wednesday Thursday Friday SMrdity LEGEND Base village: Welt./ Ames: Comments: Lower Carriage See comments below Open Road Lower wood Rd One Lane Closure 5 Minute Delays Upper Wood Rd Occasional Stops With Fiagger5 PCL Road Closed Wood Rd Lower Carriage ® 00— RAM Ames will be finishing up 2006 work( MSE Wall and some deep utilities.) Gould will N be working on 2007 contract regarding snowmelt and final surfacing. dOther projects: 6 Water a Sanitation s. C Carriage Way u ,, I;1 yFh' j¢F, 4yµ, „ N^ , r;, lyy It% "^ l ' "'°'- Water line work vnll be in the section of Lower Carriage above the Base Village protect y 9 Y 5. a J, 4:A, k. T,'. ER, 3 x ,' 9 9 P I j Wood Run Place) Williams Development rJ Wood Road Brush Creek Bridge/ Shaw Const. Brush Creek Rd ® - --- - Town Hall/ RA Nelson Brush Creek Rd - ---- - - -® y Water line work on shoulder. Should not require lane closure. Night work 4/ 17/07 Kearns Rd/( west) Entryway/ Aspen Earth Moving Brush Creek Rd 7 Star ru cape Workshop Brush Creek Rd ROW Impacts 2007 Construction Season A ril FM_ av liune July August 4/4/ e)4/ 15ro] do 6107- V= 07 d/ 2Lmif30/ e) 5/1/ M3/ ab) 5/9/ e) Sn 5/e) 5/15/ m- 52Ya) 523/ a'/- 5/31/ 0) 8a1/ e)- Nea e) Na6/ e){ JIS/ e) N1 Na) fif!]/ o) 823 p]- a!a/ e] ) rovmaroero) ] roB m-] nsro] msro) arz3/ o) )/ 1]/ 0)-]/ 31/ 0] elro)- d/ofl/ o) ero9/ m- ensro] fl/ 15ro)- an] ro) an3/ m-fl d1ro) Related WestPac/ Base Village: towria a Wa Weitz/ Ames Total Road Closure: Completaymirk from 2006 contract I.E. Deep and Shallow ullllfties, MSE WaA Storm:$ @yw, Subgra ,, pti( MpyPments PCL Total Road Omura;. CoM W7 ooMfaof; f.E, anfsrlte dfl( ptf. rlorth Y CBQ. and final' on south stile of Mad 10, melt 7+/- Wood Road in Base Village Area PCL Temporary Utility Work, Build temporary detour, Utility tie- ins, Storm sewer, surface and drainage Brid a Com letion improvments, Bridge completion Wood Rd tie- in to bridge.. Demo Tem ora Rd. Tie- in Carriage Wa I/ Wood Rd. t7 VBrush Creek Restoration Lower Wood Rd w Shaw Construction/ Aspen Occasional truck hauling operations on and off site. Some utility work in roadway at Brush Creek and Wood Rd intersection as well as Earthmovin Lower Wood Rd. Should have most of the ROW impart work completed by June 30. w FWood Road Woodrun Place W Williams Development Co. Occasional truck hauling operations on and off site. Should have most of the ROW impact work completed by June 30. O per, Wood Rd( Crestwood) Ja Rudd Constrction No ROW Im acts other than occasional deliveries on and off the site No Traffic Control needed Fo.V Brush Creek Rd(. Entryway) 2 UAspen Earthmovina( 7 Star. Trucks entering and exiting Seven star Construct Detour in Place/ Total re- construction of Brush Creek Rd below Roundabout Brush Cr. Rd.) Detour Landscape Worksho BCR Landsca in / Electrical Work in and around Entryway Project limits Brush Creek Rd Closed Landsca in / Electrical Work in and around Entrvw ay Project limits Detour on Hi hl' ne Dr. LEGEND Unknown Contractor L~ 00" Village Ammenities Improvements( Tennis Courts, Basketball Court, Skate Park) No major imapct to Right of Way Water& San District Empoyee Housing/ Rodeo I Wood Road Base Villa a Area Grounds Aspen Earthmovina Limited access and work. Deep and shallow utillities, Site Grading. No major impacts to right of way Lower Wood RD Brush Creek Brid a and Restoration Upper Wood Rd Woodrun Place I Upper wood Rd Crestwood Brush Creek Rd 7 Star/ EntrywayEntryway Project Brush Creek RD Limits Em to Housing Rodeo Housing aa,- Page 1 of 1 70, A. p„Rhonda WO This was sent to TC - but wondering if you could add into Public Record. Dear Mayor and Town Council Members, John and I will be out of town and unable to attend Monday's Town Council meeting. We understand that an issue at hand is having our Town Marketing Group move their offices from the Mall to the new (and beautiful) Town Hall. John and I both feel very strongly that it is important to keep the marketing group in the Mall. First of all, the present team is the most effective marketing group we have seen in our tenure here. They keep the calendar full of events, and they are very visible to both the merchants and our guests. Susan and Beth also do an excellent job of communicating with us. They are vital to us! Because most of the activities they develop and implement take place in the Mall (and I believe few or none will take place in the new Town Hall), it is imperative for them to be located in the Mall. That way, they are part of what is happening there. They have firsthand access to our guests and the merchants. Moving them away from the hub of activity would be like having our Town Council holding their meetings in Carbondale. Please consider what is best for our community, including our guests. Thank you. All the best, Melanie Humphrey Sunglass Panache and Cool Dog Sunglasses Interested in egttincauhgtuoontoday's news? Click here to checkout USA-TODAY Headlines. Interested in getting caught up on today's news? Click here to checkout USA TODAY Headlines. 4/13/2007 Town of Snowmass Village Rodeo Place Phase I Selection Sheet Please select the size of home you qualify to purchase. You must qualify financially and meet the number of persons per bedroom requirement. Please make a number of selections with Number#1 being your first choice. You could have five or more selections. Also indicate by circling the basement option preferred. The first person chosen from the lottery will receive their first selection. After the first person picks the next lottery winner will be awarded a home from the choices listed on this sheet. Example: If you qualify for a small home with a basement you should select all five homes using a 1 to 5 selection scale. Or select all the homes you qualify to purchase. You may have more than five selections. Applicant/s: Adults Children Contact #: Duplex Units (Two Bedrooms) Lot 2 Unit A 250,870.00 Unit B 250,870.00 Lot 3 Unit C 250,870.00 Unit D 250,870.00 Small Homes (Two Bedrooms) With Basement Without Basement Lot 11 393,821.00 366,016.00 Lot 12 351,855.00 327,033.00 Lot 13 320,027.00 295,692.00 Lot 14 320,027.00 295,692.00 Lot 15 320,027.00 295,692.00 Medium Homes (Three Bedrooms) With Basement Without Basement Lot 6 384,657.00 362,939.00 Lot 7 414,387.00 393,803.00 Lot 8 384,657.00 362,939.00 Lot 9 414,387.00 393,803.00 Lot 10 384,657.00 362,939.00 Large Home (Four Bedroom) With Basement Without Basement Lot 5 450,219.00 421,565.00 Office Use Only: Lottery Date: Lottery Result: u,gGiz ;t o,J Qe.sa4- PETITION FOR ACTION With regards to the current Affordable Housing Income and Asset Guidelines (more specifically the maximum allowable levels for each), the undersigned hereby believe that there exists a growing segment of the current population in Snowmass Village that also need to rely on the Town of Snowmass Village's Affordable Housing Program in order to be able to remain in Snowmass Village. We feel that the current maximum allowable income and asset levels within the guidelines are set too low which unfairly restrict many of our essential employees, area professionals or long term residents and hence discourage this segment ofpopulation to remain engaged in the Snowmass Village community. Therefore, the undersigned are asking our town council and housing department representatives to assess and address the large "gap area"that exists between the current maximum allowable income and asset guidelines, versus the least expensive comparable free market properties. NAME SIGNATURE DATE 1. goL Lwt5 Ujxt kt,(- 0Cv_ 2-oo7 2. S-C,-4 2007 5. 6. 7. 8.u fi ti Ll -f--07 9.Cp'1't L 13. 14. I( PETITION FOR ACTION With regards to the current Affordable Housing Income and Asset Guidelines (more specifically the maximum allowable levels for each), the undersigned hereby believe that there exists a growing segment of the current population in Snowmass Village that also need to rely on the Town of Snowmass Village's Affordable Housing Program in order to be able to remain in Snowmass Village. We feel that the current maximum allowable income and asset levels within the guidelines are set too low which unfairly restrict many of our essential employees, area professionals or long term residents and hence discourage this segment of population to remain engaged in the Snowmass Village community. Therefore, the undersigned are asking our town council and housing department representatives to assess and address the large "gap area"that exists between the current maximum allowable income and asset guidelines, versus the least expensive comparable free market properties. NAME SIGNATURE, DATE t J 2. kwfp-; V 0;1, 3. 7 4. ,J (;S C,11 ( 6D e s. ' ?.R „ ruee rehe I -'1-c 1 6. [afht q_'7_°'7 7. KGrr1-/t1 S} oc 7 Cc f Lf 7- 0 7 s. ke. 9 rCU l 7 9. /274 11. J v s 1. l 0--4 12. v',ti\ AfSJ L1/7/0'7 13. 7 T PETITION FOR ACTION (page 2) 15. 1111e,121/ fw"' 16. 9UCarj kjWOJ- Mwwo 1 17. 1.3y GYQii5ev' 1 a 7 19, KEV( t,1 IAb22($ 21. 22. 23. 24. i3 1 13 C'a 5 Lt, l/ f / 25.C3c/TRt/771 26.`t ArJ 'L_ I f— it—d 27. 29. Anne Ll Lt [ 07 30. Mart ;z /0 S ll O 32. QJ V6YLCjo<r U 33. 34. 35. 104/1s/2007 09:35 FAX 9709280072 0 001 PETITION FOR ACTION With regards to the current Affordable Housing income and Asset Guidelines(more specifically the maximum allowable levels for each),the undersigned hereby believe that there exists a growing segment of the current population in Snowmass Village that also need to rely on the Town of Snowmass Village's Affordable Housing Program in order to be able to remain in Snowmass Village. We feel that the current maximum allowable income and asset levels within the guidelines are set too low which unfairly restrict many ofour essential employees,area professionals or long term residents and bence discourage this segment of population to remain engaged in the Snowmass Village community. Therefore,the undersigned are asking our town council and housing department representatives to assess and address the large"gap area"that exists between the current maximum allowable income and asset guidelines,versus the least expensive comparable to free market properties. a! NAME SIGNATURE ATE 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. x` 7.a 8. 9. c 10. a^ 11. 12. fV 13. 14. t 1