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10-15-07 Town Council Packetle l Cpl NA-- SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING AGENDA OCTOBER 15, 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 Item No. 4 CONSTRUCTION UPDATE (Time: 20 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: TWO-WEEK LOOK AHEAD FOR CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY Jason Haber...................................................Page 1 (TAB A) Town Council Item No. 5: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO.20 SERIES OF 2007 (Time: 5 minutes) FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2007 BUDGET FOR ALL THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE FUNDS ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve second reading of Ordinance 20, 2007...........................................Page 6 (TAB B) Marianne Rakowski Item No. 6: RESOLUTION NO. 22, SERIES OF 2007 (Time: 15 minutes) A RESOLUTION APPROPRIATING OF MONEY TO THE VARIOUS FUNDS AND SPENDING AGENCIES, THE AMOUNTS AND FOR THE PURPOSE AS SET FORTH BELOW, FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO FOR THE 2008 BUDGET YEAR ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: review and approve the resolution...........................................................Page 9 (TAB C) Marianne Rakowski Item No. 7: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2007 - FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS (Time: 60 minutes 10-15-07tc Page 2 of 3 ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve the first reading Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2007, an Ordinance to be implemented into Chapter 18 of the Town of Snowmass Village Municipal Code to Establish Standards and Regulations for Construction Management Tabled from 8-20-07 and 10-01-07 T.C. Meeting) Jason Haber...................................................Page 24 (TAB D) Item No. 8: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 13, SERIES OF 2007 — FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE - CONSTRUCTION MITIGATION FEE (Time: 45 minutes): ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve the first reading of Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2007, an Ordinance Amending Certain Provisions of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code- establishing a Construction Mitigation Fee (Tabled from 8-20-07 and 10-01-07 T.C. Meeting).............................................................Page 85 (TAB E) Jason Haber Item No. 9: RESOLUTION NO. 24, SERIES OF 2007 (Time: 15 minutes) A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SUPPLEMENTAL 2007 BUDGET FOR THE PITKIN COUNTY % CENT SALES AND USE TAX, THE AMOUNTS AND FOR THE PURPOSE AS SET FORTH BELOW FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO FOR THE 2008 BUDGET YEAR................................Page 109 (TAB F) David Peckler Item No. 10: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 17 SERIES OF 2007 (Time: 30 minutes) SNOWMASS CLUB COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN AMENDMENT ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny the irst reading of the ordinance. .............................Page 113 (TAB G) Jim Wahistrom Item No. 11: PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 23, SERIES OF 2007 (Time: 5 minutes) A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SUBDIVISION PLAT FOR THE TOWN HALL SITE (Time: 5 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny the resolution for the Town Hall plat. .......................Page 146 (TAB H) Jim Wahistrom Item No. 12 MANAGER'S REPORT Page 162 (TAB 1) Item No. 13: MEETING MINUTES FOR MAY 21, 2007: Page 163 (TAB J) 2 10-15-07tc Page 3 of 3 Item No. 14: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS Page 173 (TAB K) Item No. 15 TOWN COUNCIL WILL NOW MEET IN EXECUTIVE SESSION PURSUANT TO C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) AND SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 2-45 (c), TO SPECIFICALLY DISCUSS TWO ITEMS: a) Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations, instructing negotiators pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(e) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(5); and b) Conferences with an attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(c) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(2); Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering items (a) and (b) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. Item No. 16: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: 3 hours 15 minutes (excluding items 1-3, and 13-16) 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. (If the Meeting ends before 9:00 p.m.) 3 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director DATE: October 15, 2007 SUBJECT: CONSTRUCTION UPDATE 1. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL A. Receive Construction Update, including: 1. Construction Coordinator's Weekly Report (attached) 2. Right of Way Impacts (attached) II. DISCUSION ITEMS 1. General Construction Issues 2. Right of Way Impacts 3. Countdown to Ski Season 4. Winter Construction Activity III.NEXT STEPS Staff will continue to provide a Construction Update at each Council Meeting. CONSTRUCTION COORDINATION WEEKLY REPORT # 31 Oct 7th through Oct. 13th Traffic Control I am in contact with A-1 Traffic Control daily. I did not receive any complaints this week regarding traffic control. Construction Activity Entaway Brush Creek Road /Visitor Center Aspen Earthmoving has completed most of the final grading in the visitor center area. They have some asphalt removal and final grading at the southeast shoulder of the roundabout. This work might take place next week and will require limited traffic control. I did not receive any complaints regarding this site this week. Employee Housing They are working on base course throughout the site. Elam construction has pushed their paving in this area to start Tuesday Oct 16. There will be some traffic control needs at the Horse Ranch and Stallion Circle intersection during paving operations. The paving and curb and gutter operations will be ongoing through out next week. Aspen Earthmoving plans to have their work in the employee housing area finished by Nov. 1, 2007. 1 did not receive any complaints regarding this site. Entryway Amenities Excavation and grading for the basketball and tennis courts are under way. The basketball court is close to completion of the base course. The tennis court sub-grade and base course should be complete by Oct. 22nd or 23`d Town Hall Ongoing construction activity within project limits. They plan to pave the road and parking areas on Friday this week and Monday of next week. I did not receive any complaints regarding this site. Base Village Lower Carriage Way: Ongoing construction in this area this week.They continued to build sidewalks and curb and gutter on the south side of the road. There is a 3` lane on the south side of the road for construction traffic only which will remain in place until Nov. 151'. After Nov. 15`h the road will be opened to its final configuration. I did not receive any complaints for this area this week. Wood Road: There are occasional traffic stops for trucks entering and leaving various access points. 1 did receive a complaint regarding the ongoing problem of the amount of cars parked along Wood Rd. near the Gould trailers. The Weitz Company has posted No Parking Signs and has been putting flyers on vehicles warning that the area is not a parking area and the cars will be ticketed. TOSV police dept did agree to issue tickets to vehicles parked on the shoulder of the road. The parking issue in this area has resided for now. Traffic control will be used in this area on an as needed basis. Brush Creek Bridge: I visit the site regularly. I did not receive complaints regarding this site this week. Traffic control needs for this project have reduced. They plan to have most of the final grading and punch list items completed in the next couple of weeks. I did not receive any complaints regarding this area this week. Brush Creek Stream Restoration This project is mostly complete. The new stream channel looks and functions great. I did not receive any complaints regarding this project this week. Crestwood The work at the Crestwood's is on site and not affecting ROW. I did not receive any complaints regarding this site this week. Woodrun Place I drove Wood Road past the site every day. The work in this area is on site and does not affect ROW. 1 did not receive any complaints regarding this site. Sinclar Meadows Construction at this project is ongoing. They will be winding down construction in this area as the winter weather arrives. They do plan to shut down operations for the winter. I drive by this site frequently. 1 did not receive complaints regarding this site this week. Club Commons Work at the Water and Sanitation pond is ongoing. Material from the area is being hauled to the ski company properties on the ski slope. I did not receive any complaints regarding this area. Residential No complaints this week. Right of Way Impacts (Oct 141h — November 21S') and Winter Construction Plans Entryway Projects A majority, if not all of the traffic control delineators will be removed from the Entryway this week. Landscaping for the entryway "turn-out' lanes is ongoing. Landscape workshop plans to have all landscaping and planting completed by Nov. 1, 2007. No ROW Impacts are associated with this work. Paving and Grading -Aspen Earthmoving will have the bike path paved in this area next week. They plan to have the pedestrian bridge abutments and bridge set by mid November. AEM has some final grading and asphalt removal to complete at the southeast shoulder of the roundabout. This work will be completed prior to Nov. 1s'; however specific dates are not known at this time. There will likely be limited traffic control needed to complete this work. Brush Creek Rd. east of the roundabout will be striped on an undetermined day in the next couple of weeks. There will be limited traffic control required to complete the striping. Employee Housing -Aspen Earthmoving will have paving operations as well as curb and gutter installation on Stallion Circle throughout next week. An alternating one-lane condition will be in place on Horse Ranch Drive for approximately one undetermined day during this period, in order to tie paving on Stallion Circle. Aspen Earthmoving expects to be completed with earthwork, utilities, and paving in this area by Nov. 18. Modular home deliveries and construction operations will be ongoing throughout the winter. Gymnasium, Basketball. Tennis—Site grading and pad preparation is ongoing. Gymnasium construction will proceed throughout the winter. No ROW impacts are associated with this work. Town Hall Asphalt portions of the main access road and parking areas will be paved on 10/12/07 and 10/15/07. Traffic control will be required on Upper Kearns Rd. during the asphalt tie in. On-site work is expected to continue through mid-November. Base Village Projects Lower Carriage Way_Lower Carriage Way is open to two-way traffic. A 3`d lane is restricted for construction staging and access only. The third lane will be used until Nov.15'h. After the 15th the road will be opened to its final configuration. Upper Wood Road 'Between Enclave and Crestwood) -Alternating one-lane closures will be in place periodically through Oct 17 for final grading of ditches on both sides of the road. Brush Creek Road (Between Wood Rd.and Lower Kearns Rd.) -There are no road cuts planned or ROW impacts expected in this area for the rest of this construction season. Final grading and landscaping at the PRV will occur in the next couple of weeks. Brush Creek Bridge and Stream Restoration -Traffic control delineators will be removed, and the bridge will open to its final configuration on Friday Oct 12`". The final grading on both sides of the bridge, along with all remaining work at the Wood Rd./Lower Carriageway intersection should be completed in the next couple of weeks. Shaw's construction trailer is expected to leave the job site on Tuesday, October 16". The stream restoration work is complete with the exception of some planting and final grading at the bridge. Phase 1 Buildings- Construction on Buildings 2A, 2B, 2C and the parking garage will continue through the winter. Garage concrete pours are expected to be complete in December. Traffic control flaggers will be stationed at access gates to facilitate material deliveries and major concrete pours. Viceroy Hotel - Mass excavation for Building 13A is complete. The excavation for Building 13B will continue through mid-November. Fill material is being hauled to Sinclair Meadows and other projects within Snowmass Village. Two tower cranes are expected to be erected on the site prior to ski season opening. The first is scheduled to arrive on November 12`" Foundation work is currently under way. Placement of structural concrete is scheduled to begin in November. Construction on these buildings will proceed throughout the winter. Approximately 15 to 20 pre-cast concrete deliveries are expected per day. Traffic control flaggers will be stationed at the project's access gates to help facilitate truck movements coming on and off the site. Sinclair Meadows Work is ongoing at the upper(or southern) end of the project. The contractor expects to pave the pedestrian/bike trail at the upper extent of the project next week. A split rail fence and erosion control measures are also expected to be installed prior to ski season opening. Otherwise, no ROW impacts are anticipated with this project. This project will be shut down for the winter season. The shut down date could be as early as ski season opening, or may extend into December depending on weather conditions this fall. Club Commons II Work is ongoing within project limits. Fill material is being hauled onto the Snowmass ski area. Construction is expected to continue throughout the winter; however no ROW impacts are anticipated. Woodrun Place An alternating one-lane closure will be in place on Upper Wood Rd. (at Woodrun V entrance) Tuesday, October 16th for a crane delivery. Construction is expected to continue through the winter; however no ROW impacts are anticipated. TOSV (and other) Road Work The Town currently has ditch grading operations ongoing in the subdivisions and side streets. SNOWMASS VILLAGE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING TO TAKE PUBLIC COMMENTS REGARDING ORDINANCE NO. 20, SERIES OF 2007: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2007 BUDGET FOR ALL FUNDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. WHEN: MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 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. LOCATION: Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers Snowmass Center Building 16 Kearns Road, 2nd Floor Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 INFO: Telephone: 923-3777 Internet access to council e-mail: http://www.tosv.com Citizen feedback hotline:922-6727 Rhonda B. Coxon Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on October 3, 2007 http://www.tosv.com clerk(a)tosv.com MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director Russ Forrest, Town Manager DATE: October 15, 2007 SUBJECT: Amending the 2007 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Second Reading of an Ordinance amending the 2007 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village II. BACKGROUND A. Per the Home Rule Charter, the Town Council adopts the budget by resolution, but any amendments to the original budget must be by ordinance. This ordinance amends the 2007 budget and authorizes the appropriation of those funds. The Financial Advisory Board reviewed the budget on September 19, 2007 and recommends adoption of the 2007 revised budget. 2007 General Fund Budget Summary 2007 revised operating expenditures are projected higher than budget by 865,965. The revised revenues reflect an increase in sales tax revenues, building department fees and transfers in. 2007 revised operating expenditures are projected higher than budget by $54,596 as a result of moving landscaping costs from the RETT Fund to the General Fund and a increase in vehicle parts & supplies. The 2007 revised budget is projected to end the year with an additional $966,000 in fund balance. III. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Adoption of Ordinance No. 20, Series of 2007. Note: Copy of the 2007 revised budget is available at the Town Clerks office. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 20 SERIES OF 2007 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2007 BUDGET FOR ALL FUNDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. WHEREAS,the Town Manager,has submitted a 2007 Revised Budget;and WHEREAS,the 2007 budget,revenues and expenditures have varied from budgeted amounts; and WHEREAS, sales tax revenues,building department fees, interest income and transfers in from other funds are revised higher than budgeted and General Fund expenditures were revised slightly higher due to moving landscaping costs from the RETT Fund to the General Fund and vehicle parts and supplies; and WHEREAS,the Town of Snowmass Village Home Rule Charter requires adjustments to the budget when circumstances change relating to the budget. NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village,Colorado: Section One: Revised Budget That the Town of Snowmass Village 2007 budget be adjusted to the 2007 revised budget, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto. Section Two: Appropriation That the 2007 revised budgeted revenue is hereby appropriated for expenditure during the 2007 budget year. Section Three: Effective Date This Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption in accordance with Article X, Section 9.11 (e)of the Home Rule Charter. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on first reading by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 1st day of October,2007 with a motion made by Wilkinson and seconded by Sparhawk and by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. . INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 15th day of October,2007 with a motion made by and seconded by and by a vote of_in favor to_opposed. A roll call was taken,those in favor were those opposed were TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon,Town Clerk MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Russ Forrest, Town Manager Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director DATE: October 15, 2007 SUBJECT: Adopting and appropriating funds for the 2008 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review and approve Resolution No. 22, Series of 2007, a Resolution adopting and appropriating funds for the 2008 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village. II. DISCUSSION ISSUES At the budget meeting on September 25, 2007, the following issues were discussed which staff would like to follow-up on below. The following is a list of those issues and how staff would propose addressing those issues. A. Town Service Costs for Special Events Staff identified that special events sponsored by the Marketing Department has become more popular and in the last year and the Town's cost for supporting the Marketing Fund Special Events is 41,080 (See Attachment A). Staff is asking for direction as to whether this cost should be included in the 2008 General Fund or Marketing Fund. B. Town Council identified a variety of goals and issues surrounding housing, the environment and parks and trails. The draw site was moved up in the budget with planning funds available in 2007. The Environmental Committee, which includes a grassroots effort, will be meeting on October 17`h. There are no specific funds budgeted for any environmental projects and will need to be a future discussion item. Public Works is scheduling a Trails Committee meeting to discuss additional needs. C. Council asked that the Recreation Manager prepare an analysis to determine the per user cost for the recreation center. This will be done and presented in the future as well as the cost of the fitness classes vs. the fee we collect. D. Council also wants to discuss the calculation on the cash-in-lieu on employee housing as a future agenda item. As part of this discussion, staff is to provide an inventory of land that is available for building employee housing. E. Grassroots will be scheduled for a future agenda item to discuss their need for additional funding. III. TOWN GOALS In developing the 2008 budget, staff reviewed the strategic direction the Town Council provided from the April 2007 retreat and a discussion of goals from the Town Council meeting on the 2008 budget, which occurred on September 25, 2007. In addition, each Department provided specific measurable goals, which are intended to help support the strategic issues the Council identified and also help improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization. This strategic framework is summarized in Attachment B. IV. BACKGROUND Per the Home Rule Charter, the Town Council adopts the budget by resolution. This resolution adopts and appropriates funds for the 2008 budget. The Financial Advisory Board reviewed the budget on September 19, 2007 and recommends adoption of the 2008 budget. The 2008 budget reflects the existing budget philosophy of balancing operating revenues with operating expenditures, supporting one-time expenditures with one- time funds, using the most-restricted funds first, having a capital reserve plan and setting aside 15% of operating revenues. The General Fund is the main operating fund for the Town of Snowmass Village. Operating Revenues are projected to exceed Operating Expenditures by $223,328. The fund balance includes $1,466,688 in funds available and another$3,363,370 in other appropriations/reserves for a total fund balance of $4,830,058. This is an increase of$42,248 over the 2007 revised budget. General Fund Revenues are budgeted with an increase over 2007 revised of 485,166. This increase occurs in Town and County sales taxes, which are budgeted at 4% over 2007 revised. The Town is projecting a decrease in building permits and plan check fees and increases in the Transfer in from the RETT Fund and the Road Fund. General Fund Expenditures are budgeted to increase by $1,365,247. This increase is due mostly to the operating costs and lease payments for the new Town Hall, an increase in personnel costs and increases in snowmelting utility costs. Summary of All Funds-Below is a summary of all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village. Town of Snowmass Village All Funds - Budget Summary - 2008 Fund Beginning Fund Balance Revenues Expenditures Transfers Other Ending Fund Balance General Fund 4,787,630.07 $ 10,210,442 $ (12,836,145) $ 3,029,031 $ (360,900) $ 4,830,058.07 Debt Service Fund $ 23,162.90 $ 2,001,756 $ (2,003,485)21,433.90 Lottery Fund 130,021.63 $ 27,103 $ 120,000) 37,124.63 RETT Fund 6,042,589.16 $ 4,009,280 $ (678,235) $ (5,651,624) 3,722,010.16 Road Fund 528,318.98) $ 2,853,236 $ (554,664) $ (1,659,179) 111,074.02 Excise Tax Fund 2,287,168.42 $ 10,608,440 $ (5,392,176) $ (459,772) 7,043,660.42 Marketing Fund 560,112.13 $ 3,949,439 $ (4,114,458)395,093.13 Group Sales Fund 154,133.81 $ 1,440,765 $ (1,409,603)185,295.81 CIP Fund 349,299.00 $ 883,972 $ (6,094,815) $ 4,861,544 Housing Fund 986 205.00 $ 1,266,332 $ (1,160,932) $ 150,000 $ (346,518) $ 895,087.00 Mtn View I Fund 1,866,538.00 $ 1,072,202 $ (867,070) $ (150,000) $ (74,404) $ 1,847,266.00 Mtn View II Fund $ 122,881.00 $ 240,435 $ (230,633) 21,000) $111,683.00 TOTAL Funds 16,781,422.14 38,563,,402 $ (35,342,216) $802,822) $ 19,199,786.14 V. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Adoption of Ordinance No. 20, Series of 2007. Note: A copy of the 2008 budget is available at the Town Clerks office. Attachment A SPECIAL EVENT COSTS FOR TOWN DEPARTMENTS Event TOWN By Event: Budget Transp Police Shop Parks Road TOTAL Free Concerts 354, 998 $ 19, 486 $ 4, 949 $ 400 24, 835 Chili Pepper/ Brew Fest $ 150, 000 {$ 8, 826} $ 4, 172 $ 325 $ 300 4, 797 Trails Run 10, 000 $ Parrot Head 300 300 Peak Performance 8, 228} $ 1, 434 $ 578 $ 2, 012 Blast 15, 000 $ 650 $ 300 950 Antique Show Family Fun 20, 000 $ Mountainboard 13, 000 $ Arts Fair 10, 000 $ Nationals 50, 000 $ 1, 106 $ 800 $ 1, 906 Wellness 80, 000 $ 325 $ 325 Celtic 325 $ 325 Oktoberfest 20, 000 $ 325 $ 325 Balloon 45 {$ 1, 761} $ 325 $ 330 655 Fanny Hill 8 $ 1, 200 $ 2, 950 4, 150 Misc. 500 500 723, 051 {$ 18, 815} $ 26, 198 $ 7, 802 $ 2, 000 $ 5, 080 41, 080 P: Managers. xcs/ memos/ Attachment B Strategic Direction-Town Council Definition of Success The statement reflects the need to maintain the high quality of life the community expects while facilitating any new development or change in the community. Success is ensuring: That the Town of Snowmass Village is a livable sustainable, enjoyable community" High Level Goal Areas Ensure that the quality of life the community expects is not fundamentally impacted by new development either during construction or after construction. Define and provide definition to a community vision and ensure that the Town's plans for future development reflect the values and needs of the community. Clear, open, honest, and full communication between Council members, Council and staff, and the Town and the community. Specific Goals of Council 1) Update the Comprehensive Plan in the next eight months which would include defining the community's vision and values, determining carrying capacity, updating land use policy, developing a long term housing and environmental strategy. 2) Near-Term Housing Actions: In coordination with the work being done in the next three months on the Comprehensive Plan, submit to the Town Council information on: Next steps to initiate planning.for a housing project at the draw site Recommended changes on housing deed restrictions Recommendations for improving housing requirements for development projects Next steps to determine the specific needs for housing (type and quantity). 3) Initiate and support an environmental committee to make both short term and long-term recommendation on environmental sustainability to distinguish Snowmass Village as a leader in environmental sustainability. 4) Bring forward recommendations from the Trails committee and Green Team on both new trails to be created and additional costs for maintaining trails and parks to a specific standard (which would be recommended by the green team and trails committee). 5) Actively improve and enhance the Town's outreach and communication with the public as measured in the Town survey. 6) Complete the Town Hall by the end of 2007 and the Entry Way Park by the end of 2008 (excluding any improvements recommended in the future to the rodeo facility). Organizational Direction The following purpose, mission, and department goals are intended to support the Council's direction and increase the operational effectiveness of the organization. Purpose Statement To provide stewardship and services those ensure an exceptional quality of life." Mission Statement We will be consistently recognized as the leading public service provider among Mountain-Communities by the end of 2010" Organizational Goals Town-wide: Improve the Town's effectiveness in communicating with the community as measured in the community survey. Successfully implement all goals stated above from the Town Council. Town Clerk To maintain the high quality of service and efficiency as reflected in the Community Survey and consistently maintain those levels, or better, into the future. Paperless office by July of 2008 with Public Documents available on the web. Clerk's central files available on the network in alpha indexing for access by all Town Staff. Building & Planning Implement permit-tracking software to improve customer service. Create a virtual building office in one year to allow customers to apply for applications online and/or get basic information via the web. Improve coordination and clarification of expectations with contractors by creating a set of customer service standards and by meeting consistently with applicants prior to building permits submittals. By the end of 2008, improve customer service by providing measurably reduced processing timelines for building permits and land use application reviews. Successfully complete the Targeted Comprehensive Plan update and West Village revitalization. Public Works Solid Waste Division: increase solid waste recycling education efforts Measure: increase solid waste recycle satisfaction rating from 76% to 81% by 2009. (This assumes a community survey will take place at least every two years). Recreation: Division Recreation Center Classes inside the Facility We are anticipating 700 participants in 2007; our goal is to increase participants to 2,000 by December 2008. Outdoor Programs outside the Facility We estimate 500-750 participants in all outdoor programs for an approximate high-end total of 1,750 in 2008; our goal is to increase this figure to 2,250 by 2009. Road Division: develop a 10-year capital improvement program for the Road Fund. Measure: complete plan by June 2008 so that it can be integrated into the 2009 budget. Finance Review and develop recommendations to improve the benefits program and overall financial sustainability of the Town organization by June 2008. Police Department Hire three officers in 2008 and maintain service levels as measured by the community survey. Transportation Coordinate bus services with RFTA to effectively utilize transit infrastructure at Base Village. Keep the number of buses using the depot to no more than four in one direction at any one time. Continue to present courteous staff to the public. Have at least one staff member chosen as "Star of the Month" and achieve full-time returning seasonal employee level at a minimum 30% of the winter staffing level. Marketing: Complete the Economic Strategic Plan by December 2007 and integrate recommendations of the plan into the 2008 work plan to ensure the highest return on investment for the marketing and special events fund. Develop and execute coordinated Marketing, Public Relations and Special Events plans with the Aspen Skiing Company and Related WestPac for consistent brand identity and messaging to the marketplace in order to provide greater reach, frequency and impact, as well as increased vitality and economics of scale. Group Sales In 2007 the Department will complete a strategic and comprehensive sales/marketing plan from the input of the Snowmass Village lodgers and the economic strategy. Measurability of the plan will be evidenced by its action plans with goals for new and existing market segments, as well as an advertising plan and lodgers' tax increase goals. Housing Develop a work plan to address the Town Council goals on housing goals by the end of November 2007 Finish as many homes in Rodeo Place as possible and produce a triplex plan for Lot #1 and a small home plan for Lot#4. Complete 35 to 50 interior apartment renovations in the next twelve months. Determine the type, size and number of units that will best fit in the "Draw Site". P:\MANAGER.XSC\Memos\Res #22 2007-comm-08 budget.doc SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 22 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 2008 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER, 2008 AND APPROPRIATING SUMS OF MONEY TO THE VARIOUS FUNDS FOR THE 2008 BUDGET YEAR. WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village has appointed Russell Forrest, Town Manager to prepare and submit a proposed budget to the Town Council by December 31, 2007; and WHEREAS, Russell Forrest, Town Manager has submitted a proposed 2008 budget to the Town Council on September 25, 2007; and WHEREAS, projected expenditures have been budgeted with projected revenues so that the budget remains in balance, as required by law; and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village has made provision therein for revenues in an amount equal to or greater than the total proposed expenditures as set forth in said budget; and WHEREAS, the 2008 Highway User Tax and County Road and Bridge Funds will be expended on road projects in the Public Works Road Division; and WHEREAS, upon due and proper notice, published and posted in accordance with the law, said revised and proposed budget was open for inspection by the public at the Town Clerk's office, a Public Hearing was held on October 15, 2007, and interested taxpayers were given the opportunity to file or register any objections to said revised and proposed budget. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: That the estimated expenditures for 2008 for each fund are as follows: General Fund 13,197,045 Housing Fund 1,507,450 Debt Service Fund 2,003,485 Mountain View Fund 1,091,474 Lottery Fund 120,000 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 6,329,859 Road Mill Levy Fund 2,213,843 Mountain View Phase II Fund 251,633 Excise Tax Fund 5,851,948 Marketing & Special Events Fund 4,114,458 07-22 Page 2 Capital Improvement Fund 6,094,815 Group Sales Fund 1,409,603 Total Fund Expenditures 44,185,613 Section Two: That the estimated revenues including carryover for each fund are as follows: General Fund 18,027,103.00 Housing Fund 2,402,537.00 Debt Service Fund 2,024,919.00 Mountain View Fund 2,938,740.00 Lottery Fund 157,125.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 10,051,869.00 Road Mill Levy Fund 2,324,917.00 Mountain View Phase II Fund 363,316.00 Excise Tax Fund 12,895,608.00 Marketing & Special Events Fund 4,509,551.00 Capital Improvement Fund 6,094,815.00 Group Sales Fund 1,594,899.00 Total Fund Revenues 63,385,399.00 General Fund Carryover 4,787,630.00 Sources other than property tax 12,934,981.00 General Property Tax 304,492.00 Total General Fund 18,027,103.00 Housing Fund Carryover 986,205.00 Sources other than property tax 1,416,332.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Housing Fund 2,402,537.00 Debt Service Fund Carryover 23,163.00 Sources other than property tax 1,300.00 General Property Tax 2,000,456.00 Total Debt Service Fund 2,024,919.00 07-22 Page 3 Mountain View Fund Carryover 1,866,538.00 Sources other than property tax 1,072,202.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Mountain View Fund 2,938,740.00 Lottery Fund Carryover 130,022.00 Sources other than property tax 27,103.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Lottery Fund 157,125.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Carryover 6,042,589.00 Sources other than property tax 4,009,280.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund $ 10,051,869.00 Road Mill Levy Fund Carryover 528,319.00) Sources other than property tax 320,022.00 General Property Tax 2,533,214.00 Total Road Mill Levy Fund 2,324,917.00 Mountain View Phase II Fund Carryover 122,881.00 Sources other than property tax 240,435.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Mountain View Phase II Fund $ 363,316.00 Excise Tax Fund Carryover 2,287,168.00 Sources other than property tax 10,608,440.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Excise Tax Fund 12,895,608.00 07-22 Page 4 Marketing & Special Events Fund Carryover 560,112.00 Sources other than property tax 3,949,439.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Marketing& Special Events Fund $ 4,509,551.00 Capital Improvement Fund Carryover 349,229.00 Sources other than property tax 5,745,516.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Capital Improvement Fund 6,094,815.00 Group Sales Fund Carryover 154,134.00 Sources other than property tax 1,440,765.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Group Sales Fund 1,594,899.00 Section Two: That the following sums are hereby appropriated from the revenue of each fund,to each fund, for the purposes stated: General Fund Operating Expenditures 12,743,209.00 Capital Expenditures 453,836.00 Capital Reserves 399,786.00 Emergency Contingency 214,663.00 General Reserve 4,215,609.00 Total General Fund 18,027,103.00 07-22 Page 5 Housing Authority Fund Operating Expenditures 611,732.00 Debt Service 549,200.00 Capital Expenditures 346,518.00 Bond Reserve 300,000.00 Capital Reserve 212,530.00 Unappropriated Reserve 382,557.00 Total Housing Fund 2,402,537.00 Debt Service Fund Debt Service 1,998,485.00 Debt Service Reserve 21,434.00 Operating Expenditures 5,000.00 Total Debt Service Fund 2,024,919.00 Mountain View Fund Operating Expenditures 467,260.00 Debt Service 549,810.00 Capital Expenditures 74,404.00 Bond Reserve 528,000.00 Capital Reserve 303,269.00 Unappropriated Reserve 1,015,997.00 Total Mountain View Fund 2,938,740.00 Lottery Fund Operating Expenditures 0- Capital Expenditures 120,000.00 Unappropriated Reserve 37,125.00 Total Lottery Fund 157,125.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Operating Expenditures 2,048,087.00 Capital Expenditures 4,281,772.00 Undesignated Reserve 2,370,535.00 General Reserve 569,083.00 Capital Equipment Reserve 782,393.00 Total Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 10,051,870.00 07-22 Page 6 Road Mill Levy Fund Operating Expenditures 1,739,843.00 Capital Expenditures 474,000.00 Undesignated Reserve 680,157.00 Total Road Mill Levy Fund 2,894,000.00 Mountain View Phase II Fund Operating Expenditures 70,578.00 Capital Expenditures 21,000.00 Debt Service 160,055.00 Capital Reserve 53,115.00 Unappropriated Reserve 58,568.00 Total Mountain View Phase 11 Fund 363,316.00 Excise Tax Fund Operating Expenditures 430,810.00 Capital Expenditures 5,421,138.00 Unappropriated Reserve 7,043,660.00 Total Excise Tax Fund 12,895,608.00 Marketing & Special Events Fund Operating Expendtiures 4,114,458.00 10% Reserve 394,944.00 Unappropriated Reserve 149.00 Total Marketing & Special Events Fund $ 4,509,551.00 Capital Improvement Fund Operating Expenditures 0- Capital Expenditures 6,094,815.00 Capital Improvement Fund 6,094,815.00 Group Sales Fund Operating Expenditures 1,409,603.00 10% Reserve 144,077.00 Capital Expenditures 41,219.00 Group Sales Fund 1,594,899.00 07-22 Page 7 Section Four: Direction 1. That the 2008 Town of Snowmass Village Budget be adopted, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 15th day of October, 2007 with a motion made by seconded by The motion was approved by a vote of_in favor to opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk SNOWMASS VILLAGE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING TO TAKE PUBLIC COMMENTS REGARDING ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2007: AN ORDINANCE TO BE IMPLEMENTED INTO CHAPTER 18 OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE TO ESTABLISH STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT WHEN: MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2007 Continued to OCTOBER 15, 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. LOCATION: Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers Snowmass Center Building 16 Kearns Road, 2nd Floor Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 INFO: Telephone: 923-3777 Internet access to council e-mail: hftp://www.tosv.com Citizen feedback hotline:922-6727 Rhonda B. Coxon Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on October 3, 2007 hftp://www.tosv.com clerk(a)tosv.com MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director Mark Kittle, Chief Building Official DATE: October 15, 2007 SUBJECT: FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2007 — CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL 1. To establish the regulatory tools needed to improve the Town's ability to regulate, monitor, and enforce provisions concerning construction management. 2. Approve the First Reading of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2007, an Ordinance to be Implemented into Chapter 18 of the Town Of Snowmass Village Municipal Code to Establish Standards and Regulations for Construction Management. II. DISCUSION ITEMS This Ordinance is being presented in response to Council's April, 2, 2007 directive that staff develop a performance-based Construction Management Ordinance that establishes a detailed set of code regulations governing the preparation and implementation of project- specific Construction Management Plans. On August 20, 2007, staff presented Ordinance 12, Series of 2007, to Council for first reading approval. The item was continued to October 1, 2007, and again, at staff's request, to the October 15, 2007 Council meeting. In the meantime, staff has held two public meetings to discuss this ordinance (on August 29th, and October 11th), which were attended by several representatives of the contracting and development community. Feedback received during those meetings, along with Council comments received to date, have been taken into account in the Ordinance's current iteration. A red-line copy of the ordinance is included herewith, for Council's reference. By adopting Ordinance No. 12, Council will establish code regulations that will enable the Town to better regulate, monitor, and enforce construction management activities and provisions. The proposed language is designed to provide specific performance-based measures for actively mitigating construction impacts, and to ensure that construction sites and construction activities are regulated in a safe, organized, and consistent manner. III. NEXT STEPS If Council approves the First Reading of Ordinance No. 12, the item will be placed on the November 5, 2007 agenda for Second Reading. The new Ordinance would become effective 15 days after Council's approval at Second Reading. 1 2 Town of Snowmass Village 3 Town Council 4 5 Ordinance No. 12 6 Series of 2007 7 8 9 AN ORDINANCE TO BE IMPLEMENTED INTO CHAPTER 18 OF THE TOWN 10 OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE TO ESTABLISH STANDARDS 11 AND REGULATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT. 12 13 14 WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village has the authority to 15 implement regulations for new and existing construction within the limits of the 16 Town, and 17 18 WHEREAS, on April 2, 2007, the Town Council accepted a set of impact 19 tolerance thresholds concerning the individual and cumulative impacts of land 20 development and construction activities throughout the Town, and 21 22 WHEREAS, said tolerance thresholds are defined in the Town's 23 Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan as that plan may be 24 amended from time to time, and 25 26 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds it necessary to establish regulatory 27 tools that improve the Town's ability to effectively control and limit the impacts of 28 construction, and to regulate, monitor, and enforce provisions concerning 29 construction management, and 30 31 WHEREAS, it is imperative that all construction and construction-related 32 activities be regulated to ensure public safety and to lessen the impacts thereof 33 upon the Town and its citizens, and 34 35 WHEREAS, a consistent set of rules and regulations should be adopted 36 by the Town to provide guidance for developers, builders, contractors and 37 tradesmen to follow and understand, and 38 39 WHEREAS, with definitive rules and regulations in place, it will be easier 40 to effectively and consistently monitor, regulate and enforce construction 41 activities, and 42 43 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is 44 necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. 45 1 46 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of 47 Snowmass Village, as follows: 48 49 Section One: Chapter 18 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code 50 shall be amended by the addition of standards and regulations for Construction 51 Management, specifically adding Section 18-3(d) and Section 18-10. 52 53 A. Chapter 18 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby 54 amended by the addition of the following: 55 56 Sec. 18-3(d) Any construction-related activity that produces a decibel reading at 57 the property line of greater than ninety (90) decibels at any time shall require 58 prior written authorization from the Town Manager or Chief Building Official. 59 60 Sec. 18-10 Construction Management 61 62 This Section 18-10 establishes standards and regulations governing the 63 preparation, review, implementation, monitoring and enforcement of 64 project-specific Construction Management Plans for development and 65 construction activities within the Town of Snowmass Village. 66 67 a) If any provision of an approved Planned Unit Development (PUD) is 68 in direct conflict with the provisions of this Section, then the 69 provisions of such approval shall control. The requirements of this 70 Section shall apply to the construction of an approved PUD, or any 71 other approved development project, when no alternate or 72 conflicting construction management provisions are specified within 73 the terms and conditions of project approval. 74 75 b) With the exception of Section 18-10.2(g) relating to construction 76 vehicles leaving the Snowmass Ski Area Boundary, on-mountain 77 construction activities that are located within the United States 78 Forest Service Permit Boundary for the Snowmass Ski Area, and 79 which occur not less than one thousand feet (1000') from the 80 nearest residential or non-residential structure that is not affiliated 81 with the ski area operation shall be exempt from the construction 82 management regulations described in this Section. Regulations 83 concerning the management of these types of construction 84 activities shall be governed pursuant to the United States Forest 85 Service's (USFS) annual Summer Construction Plan, the USFS 86 Project Implementation Plan for the Snowmass Ski Area, and the 87 Snowmass Mountain Master Plan PUD. 88 89 c) Unless this requirement is expressly waived by the Town's 90 Construction Coordinator, or as may be otherwise exempted 91 pursuant to Section 18-10(c)1, projects proceeding under an 2 92 approved building permit shall be required to have a representative 93 in attendance at each of the Town's regularly scheduled 94 Construction Coordination Meetings. Permit holders shall be 95 notified as to the time and location of the Construction Coordination 96 Meetings, which shall be scheduled at intervals deemed necessary 97 or appropriate by the Town's Construction Coordinator. 98 99 1. Construction activities consistent with those described in 100 Section 18-10(b), one lot single-family and duplex residential 101 projects, interior residential remodels or alterations, and interior 102 commercial remodels and alterations shall be exempt from the 103 requirement to attend Construction Coordination Meetings. 104 105 18-10.1 Construction Management Plan Requirements 106 107 a) A Construction Management Plan shall be approved by the Chief 108 Building Official prior to issuance of a permit for any type of 109 construction activity. In addition to an approved Construction 110 Management Plan, permits for demolition, excavation, building, 111 electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, public works and 112 land use approvals may be required prior to commencement of 113 construction activities. 114 115 b) For on-mountain construction activities located within the United 116 States Forest Service Permit Boundary for the Snowmass Ski Area, 117 the ski area operator shall provide evidence of receiving all 118 necessary approvals from the United States Forest Service, the 119 Colorado Tram Board, and any other applicable State and Federal 120 agencies. The operator's approved Summer Construction Plan and 121 Project Implementation Plan shall be submitted to the Chief 122 Building Official, receipt of which shall exempt the operator from the 123 submittal requirements described in Section 18-10.1(c). 124 125 c) For projects requiring Construction Management Plan approval, the 126 following documents shall be submitted to the Chief Building Official 127 unless due to the scope or unique nature of a particular 128 application, the requirement therefore is expressly waived by the 129 Chief Building Official): 130 131 1. Survey/Site Plan - A professionally prepared survey/site 132 plan shall include the following information and any other 133 items that may be deemed necessary by the Town: 134 135 i. Property Lines 136 ii.Limits of Disturbance 137 iii. Easements 3 138 iv. Right of Way Encroachments 139 V.Utilities 140 vi. Location of Waste Disposal Bins 141 vii. Worker Parking Areas 142 viii. Delivery Locations 143 ix. Material Storage & Staging 144 X.Vehicle Wash & Tracking Pads 145 xi. Erosion Control 146 xii. Site Fencing 147 xiii. Portable Toilets 148 xiv. Snow Storage Areas 149 xv. Retaining Walls 150 xvi. Designated Wetlands 151 xvii. Building Envelope(s) 152 xviii. Existing & Proposed Topography 153 xix. Foundation System Layout 154 xx. Site Access & Traffic Management 155 xxi. Wildlife Protection Provisions 156 157 2. US Army Corps of Engineers 404 Permit (if required) 158 159 3. Snowmass/Wildcat Fire Protection District Approval 160 161 4. Stormwater, Erosion, and Sediment Control Plan 162 163 5. Colorado Stormwater Construction Permit (if required) 164 165 6. Noise Mitigation Plan (if required) 166 167 7. Waste Management and Recycling Plan 168 169 8. Tree Preservation Plan (if required) 170 171 9. Fugitive Dust Control Plan 172 173 10. Air Quality Monitoring Plan (if required) 174 175 11. Construction Interruption Landscape Plan (if required) 176 177 12. Notice of Adjoining Property Owners (if required) 178 179 13. Project Information and Signage Plan 4 180 181 14. Employee Parking Plan 182 183 15. Traffic Control Service Fee Agreement (if required) 184 185 18-10.2 Construction Management Standards and Regulations 186 187 a) Compliance with the following standards and regulations shall be 188 required and documented within an approved Construction 189 Management Plan. Should any of the provisions identified within 190 an approved Construction Management Plan prove to be 191 inadequate in their application or effectiveness, as determined by 192 the Chief Building Official, the Town shall have the authority to 193 require the implementation of alternative methods, cease work until 194 unacceptable conditions are corrected, take appropriate 195 enforcement actions, impose fines, and/or perform the necessary 196 work at the permit holder's expense, pursuant to the enforcement 197 provisions of Section 18-10.4. 198 199 b) For any provisions within this Section 18-10.2 that require a notice 200 and/or request for authorization be submitted to the Town prior to a 201 particular event or activity, an approval or denial of such request 202 shall be issued by the Town not less than 24 hours prior to the date 203 specified for said event or activity. 204 205 c) The intent of these regulations is to clearly stipulate provisions 206 concerning Construction Management within the Town of 207 Snowmass Village. Many of these provisions are redundant to 208 specific regulations included in other regulatory codes, including but 209 not limited to, the International Building Code, International Fire 210 Code, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration 211 Regulations. The regulations stipulated herein, shall in no way 212 diminish or substitute for the requirements of any other applicable 213 regulatory codes and/or standards. 214 215 d) Days and hours of activity: 216 217 1. The days and hours of construction activity within the Town 218 limits are regulated pursuant to Code Section 18-3. Work is 219 generally permitted from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through 220 Saturday (excluding legal holidays). Work is generally 221 prohibited on Sundays and legal holidays. 222 223 2. The Town Council may choose to further prohibit, or otherwise 224 limit excessive noise-producing construction and vehicle activity, 225 including road and lane closures, or other construction-related 5 226 activities from occurring during Peak Seasons (Winter and 227 Summer), major special events and other holidays throughout 228 the year. Specific dates defining these periods and days on 229 which such activities are prohibited or limited shall be 230 determined by Council Resolution. In order to provide adequate 231 notice and clear expectations to contractors and developers, 232 such Resolution should be adopted prior to March 15` of each 233 year. However, Council shall retain the right to alter or amend 234 such Resolution at any time, as deemed necessary by the 235 Council. 236 237 i. In general, special events shall take precedence over 238 construction activities, and as such, permitted work hours 239 may be altered or interrupted, or work stopped at the 240 discretion of the Chief Building Official in order to ensure 241 that an event is not adversely affected, impeded or 242 disrupted due to construction activity. 243 244 3. Activities that do not qualify as excessive noise producing 245 construction activities nor as excessive vehicle activity, as 246 described in Section 18-3 of this code, are permitted at any 247 time. 248 249 4. In some instances, work may be required, or may serve as a 250 benefit to the community to occur outside of permitted work 251 hours. In these cases, a written request shall be submitted for 252 review and approval by the Town Manager at least (7) days 253 prior to the date of the proposed work. For emergency 254 situations, and in order to account for other unforeseen 255 circumstances, the Town Manager, Chief Building Official, or 256 their designee may approve work to occur outside of permitted 257 work hours at their discretion. 258 259 e) High impact events: 260 261 1. High impact events, including concrete pours of 250 cubic yards 262 or more per day, hauling operations of 500 cubic yards or more 263 per day, drilling, blasting, pile driving, work within public 264 roadways, sidewalks or trails, and traffic detours shall be clearly 265 identified along with a preliminary schedule for such events in 266 the Construction Management Plan. 267 268 2. Notice of any of the events or activities described in Section 18- 269 10.2(b)1 shall be given to the Town at least two weeks prior to 270 the event or activity. 271 6 272 3. Written notice of any of the events or activities described in 273 Section 18-10.2(b)1 shall be given to neighboring properties 274 located within 500 feet of the project site, with a copy to the 275 Chief Building Official, at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the 276 event or activity.. 277 278 f) Site security: 279 280 1. Construction fencing of a height and type to be approved by the 281 Chief Building Official, or other protective measures, as deemed 282 necessary or appropriate by the Chief Building Official, shall be 283 implemented to delineate, screen and secure project sites 284 involving building demolitions, new construction, additions, 285 exterior renovations, and site excavations. 286 287 2. Security measures shall be in place at all times when the site is 288 not in operation. Provisions including perimeter barriers, locks, 289 surveillance systems, security lighting (subject to the provisions 290 of Chapter 18, Article XIII of this code), motion detectors, 291 employment of security personnel and other measures may be 292 required at the discretion of the Chief Building Official. 293 294 3. Security measures shall be taken to prevent construction work 295 or protection measures from facilitating unauthorized access to 296 adjoining buildings, and to safeguard site materials and 297 equipment. 298 299 g) Work conditions, site safety and emergency provisions: 300 301 1. Work conditions: 302 303 304 i. Compliance with United States Occupational Safety and 305 Health Administration (OSHA) standards and codes will 306 be required pursuant to state and federal regulations. 307 308 2. Safeguarding: 309 310 i. Readily accessible emergency telephone facilities shall 311 be provided in an approved location at the construction 312 site. The street address of the construction site and the 313 emergency telephone number of the fire department shall 314 be posted adjacent to the telephone. 315 316 ii. Roofing operations utilizing heat-producing systems or 317 other ignition sources shall be performed by a contractor 7 318 licensed and bonded for the type of roofing process to be 319 performed. 320 321 iii. Asphalt and tar kettles shall be operated in accordance 322 with Section 303 of the International Fire Code. 323 324 iv. Internal combustion powered construction equipment 325 shall be used in accordance with all of the following 326 conditions: 327 328 a) Equipment shall be located so that exhausts do not 329 discharge against combustible material. 330 331 b) Exhausts shall be vented to the outside of the 332 building. 333 334 c) Equipment shall not be refueled while in operation. 335 336 V. A first-aid kit shall be available on site at all times and 337 shall be inspected at least monthly and replenished as 338 necessary. 339 340 vi. In buildings where an automatic fire sprinkler system is 341 required, it shall be unlawful to occupy any portion of a 342 building or structure until the automatic sprinkler system 343 installation has been tested and approved unless 344 otherwise authorized by the Snowmass/Wildcat Fire 345 Protection District. 346 347 vii. Operation of sprinkler control valves shall be allowed only 348 by properly authorized personnel and shall be 349 accomplished by notification of duly designated parties. 350 When the sprinkler protection is being regularly turned off 351 and on to facilitate connection of newly completed 352 segments, the sprinkler control valves shall be checked 353 at the end of each work period to ascertain that 354 protection is in service. 355 356 3. Deep excavations/trenches: 357 358 i. Excavations shall be performed as specified by the 359 project's engineer of record. Shoring, slope stabilization 360 and retaining methods shall be employed as required for 361 safety of property and personnel. In the absence of 362 specifications provided by a design professional, United 8 363 States Occupational Safety and Health Administration 364 OSHA) regulations for this type of activity shall govern. 365 366 367 ii. Trenches located in the Public Right of Way shall be 368 backfilled, covered, or otherwise protected overnight. 369 Traffic control and pedestrian protection measures 370 including barricades, flashing lights, detour signage, and 371 steel plates shall be reviewed and approved by the Chief 372 Building Official, Public Works Director, or their designee. 373 374 4. Hazardous Materials Storage: 375 376 i. An inventory of on-site hazardous materials, including 377 combustible liquids, combustible fibers, explosives, 378 flammable gases, flammable liquids, organic peroxides, 379 oxidizers, etc., shall be maintained on the project site, 380 and shall be provided to the Chief Building Official upon 381 request.. 382 383 ii. The appropriate Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) 384 shall be available on-site at all times, pursuant to federal 385 regulations. 386 387 iii. All flammable and combustible liquids used or stored on 388 site shall comply with Section 1405 of the International 389 Fire Code. 390 391 iv. Operations involving cutting and welding shall be done in 392 accordance with Chapter 26 of the International Fire 393 Code. 394 395 V. A written approval or permit from the Snowmass/Wildcat 396 Fire Protection District shall be submitted to the Chief 397 Building Official for all on-site hazardous materials 398 storage. 399 400 5. Fuel storage: 401 402 i. Container locations for bulk on-site fuel storage shall be 403 clearly identified, including fuel types, container sizes and 404 spill containment procedures. 405 406 ii. On-site fuel storage shall require a written approval or 407 permit from the Snowmass/Wildcat Fire Protection 408 District. 9 409 410 6. Temporary heating: 411 412 i. A written approval or permit from the Snowmass/Wildcat 413 Fire Protection District shall be required for temporary 414 heating systems. 415 416 ii. A temporary heating permit obtained from either the 417 Chief Building Official or the Snowmass Wildcat Fire 418 Protection District, as well as a field inspection shall be 419 required prior to energizing of any temporary heating 420 components. 421 422 iii. All temporary heating provisions shall comply with 423 Section 1403 of the International Fire Code, 424 425 426 7. Emergency access and evacuation: 427 428 i. Emergency access in and out of the Town, and to all 429 locations throughout the Town, shall be maintained at all 430 times. 431 432 ii. Vehicle access for fire fighting shall be provided to all 433 construction or demolition sites pursuant to a written 434 approval or permit from the Snowmass/Wildcat Fire 435 Protection District. 436 437 iii. Unless otherwise authorized by the Snowmass/Wildcat 438 Fire Protection District, vehicle access shall be provided 439 to within (100) feet of temporary or permanent fire district 440 connections 441 442 iv. Vehicle access shall be provided by either temporary or 443 permanent roads capable of supporting emergency 444 vehicle loading under all weather conditions. 445 446 V. Vehicle access shall be maintained until permanent fire 447 apparatus access roads are available. 448 449 vi. Key boxes shall be provided as required by Chapter 5 of 450 the International Fire Code. 451 452 vii. Where a building has been constructed to a height 453 greater than fifty (50) feet or four (4) stories, or where an 454 existing building exceeding fifty (50) feet in height is 10 455 altered, at least one temporary lighted stairway shall be 456 provided unless one or more of the permanent stairways 457 are erected as the construction progresses. 458 459 viii. Required means of egress shall be maintained at all 460 times during construction, demolition, remodeling, 461 alteration and addition to any building, in order to ensure 462 free and unobstructed egress for workers and occupants 463 in the event of fire or other emergency. Approved 464 temporary means of egress systems may be utilized 465 subject to review and approval by the Chief Building 466 Official. 467 468 8. Firefighting equipment and water supply: 469 470 i. Structures under construction, alteration or demolition 471 shall be provided with at least one (1) approved portable 472 fire extinguisher in accordance with Section 906 of the 473 International Fire Code and sized for not less than 474 ordinary hazard as follows: 475 476 a) At each stairway on all floor levels where combustible 477 materials have accumulated. 478 479 b) In every storage and construction shed. 480 481 c) Additional portable fire extinguishers shall be provided 482 where special hazards exist including, but not limited 483 to, the storage and use of flammable and combustible 484 liquids. 485 486 ii. An water supply, either temporary or permanent, and 487 approved for fire protection by the Snowmass Wildcat 488 Fire Protection District, shall be made available as soon 489 as combustible material arrives on the site. 490 491 9. Building standpipes: 492 493 i. Buildings four (4) or more stories in height shall be 494 provided with not less than one standpipe for use during 495 construction. 496 497 ii. Standpipes shall be installed when the progress of the 498 construction is not more than forty (40) feet in height 499 above the lowest level of fire department access. 500 11 501 iii. Standpipes shall be provided with fire district hose 502 connections at accessible locations adjacent to usable 503 stairs. 504 505 iv. Standpipes shall be extended as construction progresses 506 to within one floor of the highest point of construction 507 having secured decking or flooring. 508 509 e) Site signage and exterior lighting: 510 511 1. All signage displayed on a construction site shall be reviewed 512 and approved by the Chief Building Official prior to installation. 513 514 2. Construction site signs shall be regulated pursuant to Section 515 16A-4-510. 516 517 3. Informational signs specifying the project address, building 518 permit number, security information, site safety requirements, 519 and 24-hour contact information shall be erected at each 520 designated access point on the perimeter of the site, pursuant 521 Section 16A-4-510. 522 523 4. Exterior lighting, including temporary construction lighting, and 524 temporary lighting of site signage shall conform to the provisions 525 of Chapter 18, Article XIII. 526 527 5. All signage of public roadways must meet United States Manual 528 on Uniform Traffic Code Device (MUTCD) standards, and shall 529 obtain approval form the Public Works Director, or their 530 designee. 531 532 f) Contractor and worker parking: 533 534 1. Adequate parking provisions for contractor(s) and worker 535 vehicles shall be made on site, out of the public right of way, 536 and in accordance with an approved Employee Parking Plan. 537 538 2. If the provision of on-site parking is not practical, or is limited or 539 prohibited pursuant to the conditions of project approval, then 540 evidence shall be provided describing alternative arrangements 541 that have been made to accommodate parking needs. 542 543 3. For one lot single-family and duplex residential projects, a 544 temporary right of way parking permit may be issued upon 545 verification that emergency access will be maintained at all 12 546 times, and upon review and approval by the Town's Public 547 Works and Police Departments. 548 549 g) Construction Vehicles: 550 551 1. Vehicles and equipment leaving a construction site shall be 552 properly cleaned to prevent mud, gravel and debris from being 553 tracked onto public roadways, sidewalks, trails and parking 554 areas. 555 556 2. The location of site entries, exits and primary paths of travel 557 shall be identified for vehicles traveling to, from and through the 558 site. 559 560 3. Site entry and exit points, and all temporary roads shall be 561 stabilized with crushed rock, bitumen or similar stabilizing and 562 dust suppressing material. 563 564 4. Tracking controls such as rumble grids, wash stations, or similar 565 facilities shall be installed to remove and collect mud and debris 566 from vehicles leaving the site. Tracking controls shall be 567 monitored regularly and replaced or maintained as necessary to 568 ensure their effectiveness. 569 570 i. Detailed descriptions of vehicle tracking pads and their 571 locations shall be provided, and such facilities shall be 572 installed and maintained to the specifications and 573 satisfaction of the Chief Building Official. 574 575 ii. At the discretion of the Chief Building Official, or as 576 required pursuant to project approvals, designated 577 vehicle and equipment wash down areas may be 578 required. If required, wash down areas shall be located 579 near the site exits and shall be designed to capture and 580 treat water prior to discharge into the stormwater system. 581 582 iii. Wash down areas exceeding 2000 gallons per day shall 583 be required to use recycled water. 584 585 iv. Should the approved tracking control methods prove to 586 be inadequate during construction, the Town shall have 587 the authority to require alternate methods, cease work 588 until unacceptable conditions are corrected, take 589 appropriate enforcement actions, impose fines, and/or 590 perform the necessary work at the permit holder's 13 591 expense, pursuant to the enforcement provisions of 592 Section 18-10.4. 593 594 5. Roadways shall be monitored continuously and cleaned on a 595 regular basis to be kept free and clear of dirt and debris to the 596 satisfaction of the Chief Building Official. 597 598 h) Material Storage and Staging: 599 600 1. Material storage and staging should be limited to one 601 contiguous area, or consolidated to the extent feasiblewithin the 602 project site. 603 604 2. Materials shall be stored in accordance with an approved Site 605 Plan, in an organized and orderly manner, and shall not 606 encroach onto adjoining properties or public areas. 607 608 3. An adequate buffer or screening, as determined by the Chief 609 Building Official or Planning Director, shall be maintained 610 between stored materials and adjacent properties and public 611 areas. 612 613 4. Stored materials shall be adequately secured to prevent their 614 dispersal across the site and migration into public areas. 615 616 5. Piling of stored building materials more than twelve (12) feet 617 high shall be prohibited. 618 619 i) Snow storage and removal: 620 621 1. On-site areas shall be designated for snow storage. Snow 622 collected on construction sites is not permitted to be deposited 623 on public roadways or right-of-ways. 624 625 2. If the site is constrained and snow storage is not practical, a 626 detailed snow removal plan shall be submitted to the Town 627 indicating methods of removal and final destination. 628 629 j) Construction waste: 630 631 1 . A Waste Management and Recycling Plan shall be detailed to 632 address the following: 633 634 i. Specific efforts to minimize waste on site by avoiding 635 over-estimation of purchasing requirements, minimizing 14 636 packaging materials, and purchasing environmentally 637 sensitive and recycled content products, 638 639 ii. Procedures for the collection and sorting of recyclable 640 construction materials, 641 642 iii. The type and quantity of materials that are to be reused 643 or recycled, 644 645 iv. Provision of containers for recyclable materials including 646 cardboard, glass, metal, plastic and green waste, 647 648 V. The reuse of timber, glass and other materials, 649 650 vi. The recycling of asphalt, metal, bricks, tiles, masonry, 651 concrete, plasterboard, plastic, batteries, cardboard, 652 carpet and other materials, 653 654 vii. Provisions for collection of daily rubbish from workers, 655 656 viii. Procedures for removal of waste (materials that cannot 657 be reused or recycled) from the site, 658 659 ix. Procedures for removal of hazardous or dangerous 660 materials from the site. 661 662 2. Removal of hazardous or dangerous materials from the site 663 shall be in accordance with State and Federal law. 664 Coordination may be required through the Pitkin County 665 Environmental Health Department. 666 667 3. Waste collection shall only occur during permitted work hours. 668 669 4. For outside bins, self-closing lids must be installed to ensure 670 that waste does not become airborne. 671 672 5. Litter and debris "trapped" against site fencing shall be 673 monitored regularly and removed promptly. 674 675 6. Open burning on site is prohibited unless otherwise approved by 676 the Snowmass/Wildcat Fire Protection District, and for 677 controlled on-mountain burns located within the United States 678 Forest Service Boundary for the Snowmass Ski Area, as 679 approved by the United States Forest Service and the Colorado 680 Department of Health. 681 15 682 k) Stormwater and Sediment Control: 683 684 1. A Stormwater, Erosion, and Sediment Control Plan shall be 685 submitted for review and approval by the Chief Building Official 686 or Town Engineer. . The Stormwater and Sediment Control Plan 687 shall demonstrate that: 688 689 i. Stormwater runoff will be prevented from entering 690 adjoining properties or into the public sewer system. 691 692 ii. Drainage of the site to the legal point of discharge will be 693 maintained throughout construction. 694 695 iii. Stormwater will be captured and filtered at sediment 696 control points before entering the legal point of discharge. 697 698 iv. Site water retention will not cause structural damage to 699 excavations or retaining walls. 700 701 2. Construction-caused water discoloration shall not be permitted 702 in Brush Creek or other waterways within the Town. Natural 703 rainwater run-off shall be controlled to prevent sediment 704 migration into Town waterways and stormwater systems. 705 706 i. Upslope water shall be diverted to prevent it from 707 traveling through the construction site. 708 709 ii. Natural falls shall be identified and sediment traps or 710 filters shall be located at all run-off points. Sediment 711 Controls shall be monitored regularly and replaced or 712 maintained as necessary to ensure their effectiveness. 713 714 iii. Sediment traps or filters shall be placed around any drain 715 affected by construction works. Sediment controls shall 716 be inspected on a weekly basis or after any significant 717 storm event, whichever occurs first, and shall be 718 maintained or replaced as necessary to ensure their 719 effectiveness. 720 721 iv. Grated drains shall be provided at stormwater exit points 722 to prevent uncontrolled debris flow run-off. 723 724 3. Proposed silt fencing and erosion control shall be plainly 725 detailed. Details shall include location, installation methods, 726 type of materials used and maintenance methods over the 727 course of the project. 16 728 729 4. Proposed storage locations for loose materials such as soil, 730 sand and gravel shall be identified and precautions to prevent 731 displacement shall be implemented. Sediment controls may be 732 required for fine material storage. 733 734 5. Water collected at the bottom of excavation sites shall be 735 pumped out in a timely manner. If the water contains 736 sedimentation at less than 150mg/gallon of total suspended 737 solids, it may be filtered and pumped to the legal point of 738 discharge. 739 740 i. Polluted water shall not be permitted to enter the 741 stormwater system and may be pumped to the sewer 742 system with appropriate approvals from the Snowmass 743 Water and Sanitation District. 744 745 ii. At the discretion of the Town's Environmental Consultant 746 or Public Works Director, a liquid waste company may be 747 required to collect contaminated water for disposal at a 748 licensed treatment facility. 749 750 6. Waste materials, including liquid wastes such as paint, concrete 751 slurries and chemicals, shall not be discharged into the public 752 stormwater system. Facilities shall be provided to enable 753 equipment cleaning without any discharge of by-product into the 754 stormwater system. 755 756 7. Wherever possible, natural vegetation should be retained to 757 absorb surface water flows. In disturbed areas, revegetation 758 should occur as soon as possible after completion of the work. 759 760 8. For construction sites that disturb one acre or greater, a State of 761 Colorado Stormwater Construction Permit or Waiver shall be 762 submitted to the Chief Building Official for reference and 763 enforcement. 764 765 1) Wetlands: 766 767 1. All work proposed in a designated wetlands area shall obtain 768 the proper State and Federal permits prior to commencement. 769 770 2. Where required, an approved permit issued pursuant to Section 771 404 of the Clean Water Act shall be submitted to the Chief 772 Building Official. 773 17 774 m) Construction on Slopes Greater than Thirty Percent (30%): 775 776 1. For construction approved to occur on slopes greater than thirty 777 percent (30%), pursuant to the provisions of Section 16A-4- 778 50(d), a detailed and dimensioned topographic plan shall be 779 submitted for review and approval by the Planning Director prior 780 to commencement of construction in these areas. 781 782 2. Detailed plans shall be submitted to indicate the proposed 783 methods and locations of slope stabilization, erosion control, 784 delineation fencing, tree removal, adjacent property protection, 785 staging, material removal, and excavation for review and 786 approval by the Chief Building Official prior to commencement 787 of construction in these areas. 788 789 3. Plans submitted pursuant to this Section 18-10.2(m) shall be 790 stamped with the seal of a professional geotechnical engineer 791 licensed in the State of Colorado. 792 793 n) Air Quality Control & Dust management: 794 795 1. A Fugitive Dust Control Plan shall be provided to address 796 methods by which dust migration will be kept to a minimum at 797 the project site. Control options established by the Colorado 798 Department of Public Health and Environment shall be 799 implemented in all areas of disturbed earth, including temporary 800 haul roads, material staging areas, and open excavations. 801 802 i. Provide detailed descriptions of the methods and 803 frequency of application for on-site dust suppression 804 watering and/or chemical applications) and street 805 cleaning (sweeping and watering) that will be used to 806 minimize fugitive dust arising from the project site and 807 adjacent roadways. 808 809 ii. Chemical applications for dust suppression should be 810 used only as a last resort. 811 812 iii. On-site dumping and storage of loose materials shall be 813 kept to a minimum. If dumping and storage of loose 814 material is unavoidable, methods for preventing dust 815 migration and other airborne matter from impacting 816 surrounding areas shall be described. Measures to 817 ensure that these methods will remain effective during 818 times when the site is unattended shall also be 819 described. 18 820 821 iv. Enhanced dust control measures shall be described to 822 address the following conditions: 823 824 a. Any event of visible dust migration off of the project 825 site; 826 827 b. Extreme weather and wind conditions; 828 829 c. Work in areas of direct exposure or close proximity to 830 the general public and surrounding buildings; 831 832 d. Work in proximity to air intake vents on adjacent 833 building. Dust intake by these vents must be 834 prevented through the installation of filters or other 835 approved measures. 836 837 2. If required pursuant to project approvals, or at the discretion of 838 the Chief Building Official, the Planning Director, or the Town's 839 designated Environmental Consultant, an Air Quality Monitoring 840 Plan shall be submitted for review and approval. 841 842 3. Any air quality monitoring equipment required pursuant to an 843 approved Air Quality Monitoring Plan shall be maintained in 844 compliance with United States Environmental Protection Agency 845 and State of Colorado siting criteria. 846 847 4. PM-10 monitoring may be required to measure particulates 848 important to public health and safety. Allowable thresholds for 849 this measurement shall include a 24-hour average not to exceed 850 150 ug/m3 and an annual average not to exceed 50 ug/m3. 851 852 5. Should the approved dust control or air quality monitoring 853 methods prove to be inadequate during construction, as 854 evidenced by the visible migration of dust from the project site 855 or the exceedence of an established air quality threshold, the 856 Town shall have the authority to require alternate methods, 857 cease work until unacceptable conditions are corrected, take 858 appropriate enforcement actions, impose fines, and/or perform 859 the necessary work at the permit holder's expense, pursuant to 860 the enforcement provisions of Section 18-10.4. 861 862 o) Site Grubbing, Tree Removal and Protection: 863 864 1. Areas of site grubbing and tree removals shall be clearly shown. 865 19 866 2. Erosion control methods for these activities shall require prior 867 approval by the Town Engineer, or their designee. 868 869 3. Prior approval by the Town's Public Works Director or Parks 870 and Recreation Director shall be required for removal and 871 replacement of trees located in the public right of way. 872 873 4. A Tree Preservation Plan, prepared by a Certified or Consulting 874 Arborist, shall be submitted if required under the conditions of 875 project approval for trees that are to be protected on site during 876 construction. Methods of protection, including, but not limited to 877 drip-line fencing and the prohibition of stored materials within 878 the drip-line perimeter shall be documented. 879 880 p) Construction Interruption Landscape Plan: 881 882 1. A Construction Interruption Landscape Plan may be required for 883 each phase of construction at the discretion of the Planning 884 Director for phased projects, or for projects with construction 885 schedules exceeding two (2) years in duration. The plan shall 886 describe plantings and screening that will be installed to 887 minimize visual impacts in the event that a period of twelve (12) 888 consecutive months occur during which substantial construction 889 activities cease. 890 891 2. The Chief Building Official may require the Applicant to provide 892 a performance bond, or other form of security, in order to ensure 893 the implementation of a Construction Interruption Landscape 894 Plan, in the event such implementation is required. 895 896 q) Site Retaining walls: 897 898 1. All freestanding and attached site earth retaining structures shall 899 be clearly shown with specific dimensions. Walls or structures 900 over (4) feet in total height shall be designed by a professional 901 engineer or architect licensed in the State of Colorado and will 902 require a building permit. 903 904 2. The Town's Planning Director, or their designee, shall review 905 the final design and height of any proposed retaining walls to 906 ensure conformance with project approvals. 907 908 r) Off-site debris and excavated material disposal: 909 910 1 . All materials removed from the site and transported to another 911 location shall be designated by type and final destination. 20 912 913 2. All materials removed from the site shall be properly secured 914 and covered prior to leaving the site. 915 916 s) Noise: 917 918 1. Construction activities which produce excessive noise and/or 919 vehicle activity are regulated pursuant to Code Section 18-3. 920 921 2. Activities that will involve excessive noise or vibration shall be 922 clearly detailed to the Town including anticipated decibel levels, 923 days and hours of operation, and methods of mitigation. 924 925 926 927 3. Portable generators: 928 929 i. On-site utilization of portable generators shall be clearly 930 specified, including generator size, fuel type, location and 931 times of operation. 932 933 ii. A Noise Mitigation Plan, identifying the physical and 934 operational means by which excessive noise will be 935 minimized, shall be required for portable generators, in 936 order to ensure compliance with Section 18-3 of this 937 code. 938 939 4. Blasting: 940 941 i. Blasting shall not be allowed within the Town without first 942 obtaining the proper State and Federal permits. 943 944 ii. Written approvals from the Chief Building Official and 945 Snwomass/Wildcat Fire Protection District Chief shall be 946 required for any blasting or explosive works. 947 948 iii. Blasting for site excavations or avalanche control located 949 within the United States Forest Service Permit Boundary 950 for the Snowmass Ski Area, and conducted by the ski 951 area operator, shall be in accordance with the necessary 952 State and Federal approvals. 953 954 iv. All blasting operations shall be conducted in accordance 955 with Chapter 33 of the International Fire Code. 956 957 21 958 5. Pile driving: 959 960 i. Driven piles are required to be engineered by an architect 961 or professional engineer licensed in the State of 962 Colorado. 963 964 ii. The proposed locations, diameters, and depths of all 965 piers or piles shall be clearly detailed on the site plan. 966 967 iii. A tentative pile-driving schedule shall be submitted for 968 review and approval by the Chief Building Official not less 969 than two weeks prior to occurrence. 970 971 iv. A Noise Mitigation Plan, identifying the physical and 972 operational means by which excessive noise will be 973 minimized, shall be required for pile driving, and the 974 Town may impose reasonable conditions limiting the 975 hours and days during which pile driving is permitted. . 976 977 t) Wildlife Protection. 978 979 1. Locations and specifications for construction site refuse 980 containers shall be clearly detailed. Plans shall demonstrate 981 compliance with the Wildlife Protection provisions of Section 7- 982 156. 983 984 2. Personal pets uncontained or unrestrained shall not be allowed 985 on construction sites. 986 987 u) Roadway impacts and right-of-way work: 988 989 1. Deliveries to and from the site shall be designated by route and 990 time of day. Material deliveries shall not cause traffic delays in 991 excess of three (3) minutes so as to avoid impeding the day-to- 992 day and special event functions of the Town. For major material 993 deliveries, pursuant to Section 18-10.2(a)4, work outside of 994 permitted work hours may be approved by the Town Manager or 995 Chief Building Official to satisfy the requirements of this Section. 996 997 2. A Public Works Right-of-Way Permit or Road Cut Permit shall 998 be obtained prior to commencing any work within ten (10) feet of 999 a public right-of way (including sidewalks and trails) or Town 1000 roadway. All work shall conform to the Town's Right of Way 1001 Guidelines. 1002 22 1003 3. Safe pedestrian & bicycle trail connections shall be maintained 1004 at all times throughout the Village. In the event that an existing 1005 trail connection is to be made inaccessible for more than twenty- 1006 four (24) hours due to construction or development activities, a 1007 trail detour plan shall be submitted for review and approval by 1008 the Town's Public Works Director and Transportation Director. 1009 1010 4. The specific duration of work impacting a public right-of-way 1011 including sidewalks and trails) or Town roadway shall be clearly 1012 indicated in the proposed Construction Management Plan. 1013 1014 5. For work requiring a complete or partial closure of any Town 1015 roadway, public right-of-way, sidewalk or trail, a detailed plan 1016 and work schedule shall be provided for Town approval at least 1017 14) days prior to the proposed closure. For emergency 1018 situations, and in order to account for other unforeseen 1019 circumstances, the Town Manager, Chief Building Official, or 1020 their designee may approve work to occur with less than the 1021 required notice, at their discretion. 1022 1023 1024 5. In response to any request for a complete or partial closure of 1025 any Town roadway, public right-of-way, sidewalk or trail, the 1026 Town may require that alternate vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian 1027 connections be made at the permit holder's expense. 1028 1029 v) Traffic Management: 1030 1031 1. For projects impacting a public right of way (including sidewalks 1032 and trails) or Town roadway, a Traffic Management Plan is 1033 required to be prepared by and coordinated through a Town- 1034 approved traffic control contractor. Applicants shall be 1035 required to execute a Traffic Control Service Fee Agreement 1036 guaranteeing reimbursements for any traffic control and 1037 management plan preparation services contracted through the 1038 Town. 1039 1040 2. The Traffic Management Plan shall address the following: 1041 1042 i. Location and extent of the proposed works. 1043 1044 ii. Staging areas. 1045 1046 iii. Schedule and duration of the proposed works. 1047 1048 iv. Site security and site safety measures. 23 1049 1050 V. Emergency access provisions. 1051 1052 vi. Impacts to fire protection facilities. 1053 1054 vii. Impacts to public transportation providers. 1055 1056 viii. Vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian circulation impacts. 1057 1058 ix. Safety precautions. 1059 1060 X. Speed zones. 1061 1062 A. Access points to the proposed work. 1063 1064 xii. Special traffic control devices. 1065 1066 xiii. Provisions for special events and holiday periods. 1067 1068 3. An amended Traffic Management Plan may be submitted for 1069 review and approval by the Chief Building Official if there is a 1070 demonstrable need arising from: 1071 1072 L A change in traffic conditions. 1073 1074 ii. A change in land use in the vicinity. 1075 1076 iii. Amendments to the building design. 1077 1078 iv. A change in construction methodology. 1079 1080 V. A change in contractor or developer of the site. 1081 1082 w) Traffic control: 1083 1084 1 . Other than for emergency responses, unanticipated road 1085 closures associated with construction activity will not be 1086 permitted. 1087 1088 2. Traffic delays associated with traffic control and/or lane 1089 closures resulting from construction activities will be coordinated 1090 through a Town-approved traffic control contractor throughout 1091 the Town and managed on primary roadways to a maximum of: 1092 L Two (2) five-minute stops during the shoulder seasons, 1093 and 24 1094 ii. No stops during Peak Seasons (Winter and Summer), 1095 Special Events, or Holidays, as such periods or days are 1096 defined annually by Council Resolution pursuant to 1097 Section 18-10.2(a)2. 1098 iii. For the purposes of determining the maximum number 1099 and duration of allowed traffic delays, "primary 1100 roadways" shall include the following: Brush Creek Road, 1101 Carriageway/Snowmelt Road, Snowmass Club Circle, 1102 Daly Lane, Elbert Lane, Fall Lane, Owl Creek Road , 1103 Highline Road, Faraway Road from Brush Creek Road to 1104 the driveway of the Ridge Condominiums, Wood Road 1105 from Brush Creek Road to the Wood Run V main 1106 entrance. 1107 1108 3. In some instances, work requiring traffic delays and/or lane 1109 closures may be required, or may sere as a benefit to the 1110 community, to occur in excess of the limitations stipulated in 1111 Section 18-10.2(w)2, or pursuant to project approvals. In these 1112 cases, a written request shall be submitted for review and 1113 approval as a condition of project approval, or by Council 1114 Resolution at least (21) days prior to the date of the proposed 1115 work. For emergency situations, and in order to account for 1116 other unforeseen circumstances, the Town Manager or Chief 1117 Building Official may approve work to occur in excess of such 1118 limitations, at their discretion. 1119 1120 4. Contractors will be required to communicate and abide by 1121 clearly defined timeframes regarding the duration of right of way 1122 impacts. 1123 1124 18-10.3 Preconstruction Meeting. 1125 1126 a) Following approval of a project's Construction Management Plan, 1127 and prior to the commencement of work, a preconstruction meeting 1128 shall be required. Required attendees for this meeting shall 1129 include, but not be limited to: 1130 1131 1. Owner or Owner's Representative 1132 1133 2. Architect 1134 1135 3. Superintendent 1136 1137 4. Major Subcontractors 1138 1139 5. Chief Building Official (or designee) 25 1140 1141 6. Planning Director (or designee) for PUD Projects 1142 1143 18-10.4 Enforcement, Penalty Assessments and Fines. 1144 1145 a) Enforcement: 1146 1147 1. Contractors and developers are expected to be acutely aware of 1148 the standards and regulations for Construction Management 1149 established by the Town of Snowmass Village. 1150 1151 2. The Town's Police Department, Construction Coordinator, Chief 1152 Building Official, or any Building Inspector may complete 1153 random site visits and respond to complaints to determine if 1154 construction activities are in compliance with the provisions of 1155 an approved Construction Management Plan and other Town 1156 regulations, and shall have the authority to enforce the 1157 provisions of this Section 18-10 pursuant to the enforcement 1158 provisions of this Section 18-10.4 1159 1160 3. Any corrective action or fine imposed under the terms of this 1161 Section may be appealed to the Town's Board of Appeals. 1162 1163 4. The Town of Snowmass Village will enforce construction 1164 management regulations as follows: 1165 1166 i. The first corrective action is a written Notice of Violation 1167 with a specific timeframe for compliance and correction of 1168 the noted violation. 1169 1170 ii. If compliance is not achieved within the timeframe 1171 stipulated by the Notice of Violation, the second 1172 . corrective action is either a Second Notice of Violation, or 1173 a Stop Work Order (red tag), combined with the 1174 imposition of fines pursuant to the Schedule of Penalty 1175 Assessments and Fines described in Section 18-10.4(b). 1176 If a Stop Work Order is issued, no work is permitted to 1177 proceed upon the premises until the violation is 1178 corrected. 1179 1180 5. The Schedule of Penalty Assessments and Fines contained in 1181 Section 10-18.4(b) shall be applicable to any violation of a 1182 provision contained in an approved Construction Management 1183 Plan. Violations of other Town regulations are subject to the 1184 General penalty for violation pursuant to Section 1-72, or as 1185 otherwise provided in this Code. 26 1186 1187 6. At the discretion of the Chief Building Official, any violation of a 1188 provision contained in an approved Construction Management 1189 Plan shall be grounds for immediate stoppage of work and/or 1190 the assessment of fines pursuant to the Schedule described in 1191 Section 18-10.4(b). 1192 1193 7. If a fine is imposed for violation of a provision contained in an 1194 approved Construction Management Plan, payment of the fine 1195 shall be made within ten (10) days of the date of the Second 1196 Notice of Violation, or Stop Work Order. At the discretion of the 1197 Chief Building Official, failure to pay the fine within ten (10) days 1198 shall be grounds for immediate stoppage of work. 1199 1200 b) Schedule of Penalty Assessments and Fines: 1201 1202 The following is a Schedule of Penalty Assessments and Fines 1203 applicable to violations of provisions of an approved Construction 1204 Management Plan. Each day any violation of the provisions of an 1205 approved Construction Management Plan continues shall constitute 1206 a separate offense, unless otherwise provided. 1207 1208 1209 Description Fine 1210 1211 Violation of any provision not involving work or 1212 impacts occurring within a public roadway, sidewalk 1213 or trail. 1214 1215 First Offense 100 1216 Second Offense 500 1217 Third Offense (and for each offense thereafter) $1 ,000 1218 1219 Violation of any provision involving work or impacts 1220 occurring within a public roadway, sidewalk or trail. 1221 1222 First Offense 1,000 1223 Second Offense 5,000 1224 Third Offense (and for each offense thereafter) $10,000 1225 1226 1227 1228 1229 1230 27 1231 Section Three: Effective Date. This Ordinance shall become effective on 1232 2007. 1233 1234 1235 Section Four: Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance or application 1236 hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect 1237 any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect 1238 without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this 1239 Ordinance are severable. 1240 1241 1242 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of 1243 Snowmass Village on the First Reading on October 15, 2007 upon a motion by 1244 Council Member the second of Council 1245 Member and upon a vote of in favor 1246 and opposed. 1247 1248 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the town of 1249 Snowmass Village on Second Reading on 2007 upon a 1250 motion by Council Member the second of Council 1251 Member and upon a vote of in favor 1252 and opposed. 1253 1254 1255 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1256 1257 1258 1259 1260 Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor 1261 1262 1263 ATTEST: 1264 1265 1266 1267 1268 Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk 1269 1270 1271 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 1272 1273 1274 1275 1276 John Dresser, Town Attorney 28 1 2 3 4 Town of Snowmass Village 5 Town Council 6 7 Ordinance No. 12 8 Series of 2007 9 10 11 AN ORDINANCE TO BE IMPLEMENTED INTO CHAPTER 18 OF THE TOWN 12 OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE TO ESTABLISH STANDARDS 13 AND REGULATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT. 14 15 16 WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village has the authority to 17 implement regulations for new and existing construction within the limits of the 18 Town, and 19 20 WHEREAS, on April 2, 2007, the Town Council accepted a set of impact 21 tolerance thresholds concerning the individual and cumulative impacts of land 22 development and construction activities throughout the Town, and 23 24 WHEREAS, said tolerance thresholds are defined in the Town's 25 Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan as that plan may be 26 amended from time to time, and 27 28 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds it necessary to establish regulatory 29 tools that improve the Town's ability to effectively control and limit the impacts of 30 construction, and to regulate, monitor, and enforce provisions concerning 31 construction management, and 32 33 WHEREAS, it is imperative that all construction and construction-related 34 activities be regulated to ensure public safety and to lessen the impacts thereof 35 upon the Town and its citizens, and 36 37 WHEREAS, a consistent set of rules and regulations should be adopted 38 by the Town to provide guidance for developers, builders, contractors and 39 tradesmen to follow and understand, and 40 41 WHEREAS, with definitive rules and regulations in place, it will be easier 42 to effectively and consistently monitor, regulate and enforce construction 43 activities, and 44 45 WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is 46 necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. 1 47 48 49 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Ttown sCouncil of the Jown of 50 sSnowmass uVillage, as follows: 51 52 Section One: Chapter 18 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code 53 shall be amended by the addition of standards and regulations for Construction 54 Management, specifically adding Section 18-3(d) and Section 18-10. 55 56 A. Chapter 18 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby 57 amended by the addition of the following: 58 59 Sec. 18-3(d) Any construction-related activity that produces a decibel reading at 60 the property line of greater than ninety (90) decibels at any time shall require 61 prior written authorization from the Town Manager or Chief Building Official. 62 63 Sec. 18-10 Construction Management 64 65 This sSection 18-10 establishes standards and regulations governing the 66 preparation, review, implementation, monitoring and enforcement of 67 project-specific Construction Management Plans for development and 68 construction activities within the Town of Snowmass Village. €e Rrejests 69 that have FeGeived Planned Unit Development (PUD) a. 70 Of SUGh approval shall iR Re way be diFAiAi6hed by the teFms of 71 72 73 a) If any provision of an approved Planned Unit Development (PUD) is 74 in direct conflict with the provisions of this Section, then the 75 provisions of such approval shall control. The requirements of this 76 Section shall apply to the construction of an approved PUD, or any 77 other approved development project, when no alternate or 78 conflicting construction management provisions are specified within 79 the terms and conditions of project approval. 80 81 b) 'With the exception of Section 1810.2(x) relating to 82 construction vehicles leaving the Snowmass Ski Area Boundary, 83 on-mountain construction activities that are located within the 84 United States Forest Service Permit Boundary for the Snowmass 85 Ski Area, and which occur not less than one thousand feet (1000') 86 from the nearest residential or non-residential structure that is not 87 affiliated with the ski area operation shall be exempt from the 88 construction management reaulations described in this Section. 89 Reaulations concerning the manaaement of these tvoes of 90 construction activities shall be governed pursuant to the United 91 States Forest Service's (USFS) annual Summer Construction Plan. 2 92 the USFS Project Implementation Plan for the Snowmass Ski Area. 93 and the Snowmass Mountain Master Plan PUD. 94 95 C) 96 98 Unless this requirement is expressly waived 99 by the Town's Construction Coordinator, or as may be otherwise 100 exempted pursuant to Section 18-10(c)l, projects proceeding under 101 an approved building permit shall be required to have a 102 representative in attendance at each of the Town's regularly 103 scheduled Construction Coordination Meetings. Permit holders 104 shall be notified as to the time and location of the Construction 105 Coordination Meetings, which shall be scheduled at intervals 106 deemed necessary or appropriate by the Town's Construction 107 Coordinator. 108 109 1. Construction activities consistent with those described in 110 Section 18-10(b), one lot single-family and duplex residential 111 projects, interior residential remodels or alterations, and interior 112 commercial remodels and alterations shall be exempt from the 113 requirement to attend Construction Coordination Meetings. 114 115 116 18-10.1 Construction Management Plan SubaVUal-Requirements 117 118 a) _A Construction Management Plan shall be approved by the Chief 119 Building Official prior to issuance of a permit for any type of 120 construction activity. In addition to an approved Construction 121 Management Plan, additional permits for demolition, excavation, 122 building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, public 123 works and land use approvals may be required prior to 124 commencement of construction activities. 125 126 b) For on-mountain construction activities located within the United 127 States Forest Service Permit Boundary for the Snowmass Ski Area. 128 the ski area operator shall provide evidence of receivina all 129 necessary approvals from the United States Forest Service, the 130 Colorado Tram Board, and any other applicable State and Federal 131 agencies. The operator's approved Summer Construction Plan and 132 Project Implementation Plan shall be submitted to the Chief 133 Building Official, receipt of which shall exempt the operator from the 134 submittal requirements described in Section 18-10.1(c). 135 136 c) For projects requiring Construction Management Plan approval, the 137 following documents shall be submitted to the Chief Building Official 3 138 unless due to the scope or unique nature of a particular 139 application, the requirement therefore is expressly waived by the 140 Chief Building Official): 141 142 143 review and approval- 144 145 146 W_Survey/Site Plan - A professionally prepared survey/site 147 plan shall include the following information and any other 148 items that may be deemed necessary by the Town: 149 150 44. Property Lines 151 ii2.Limits of Disturbance 152 3iii. Easements 153 4iv. Right of Way Encroachments 154 sv.Utilities 155 6v_i. Location of Waste Disposal Bins 156 7-vii. Worker Parking Areas 157 3viii._ Delivery Locations 158 Dix. Material Storage & Staging 159 40x. Vehicle Wash & Tracking Pads 160 44xi. Erosion Control 161 42xii. Site Fencing 162 163 xii43. Portable Toilets 164 44xiv. Snow Storage Areas 165 46xv. Retaining Walls 166 46xvi. Designated Wetlands 167 47xvii. Building Envelope(s) 168 43xviii. Existing & Proposed Topography 169 49xix. Foundation System Layout 170 20xx. Site Access & Traffic Management 171 xxi. Wildlife Protection Provisions 172 173 b42. US Army Corps of Engineers SeGtIGR-404 Permit (if 174 required) 175 176 e)MateFlal Salety Data Sheets 177 4 178 3. Snowmass/Wildcat Fire Protection District Approval eF I179Permit 180 181 e)4. Stormwater, Erosion, and Sediment Control Plan 182 183 f455. State of Colorado Stormwater Construction Permit (if 184 required) 185 186 g)_6. Noise Mitigation Plan (if required) 187 188 N7. Waste Management and Recycling Plan 189 190 Tree Preservation Plan (if required) 191 1929. Fugitive Dust Control Plan 193 194 JhJ1 0. Air Quality Monitoring Plan (if required) 195 196 11. Construction Interruption Landscape Plan (if required) 197 198 12.Notice and-Signatums of Adjoining Property Owners if 199 required) 200 201 13. Project Information and Signage Plan 202 203 14. Employee Parking Plan 204 205 15. Traffic Control Service Fee Agreement (if required) 206 207 18-10.2 Construction Management Standards and Regulations 208 209 210 211 a) Compliance with the following standards and regulations shall be 212 required and documented within an approved Construction 213 Management Plan. Should any of the provisions identified within 214 an approved Construction Management Plan Drove to be 215 inadequate in their application or effectiveness, as determined by 216 the Chief Building Official, the Town shall have the authority to 217 require the implementation of alternative methods, cease work until 218 unacceptable conditions are corrected, take appropriate 219 enforcement actions, impose fines, and/or perform the necessary 220 work at the permit holder's expense, pursuant to the enforcement 221 provisions of Section 18-10.4. 222 5 223 b) For any provisions within this Section 18-10.2 that require a notice 224 and/or request for authorization be submitted to the Town prior to a 225 particular event or activity, an approval or denial of such request 226 shall be issued by the Town not less than 24 hours prior to the date 227 specified for said event or activity. 228 229 c) The intent of these regulations is to clearly stipulate provisions 230 concerning Construction Management within the Town of 231 Snowmass Village. Many of these provisions are redundant to 232 specific regulations included in other regulatory codes, including but 233 not limited to, the International Building Code, International Fire 234 Code, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration 235 Regulations. The regulations stipulated herein, shall in no way 236 diminish or substitute for the requirements of any other applicable 237 regulatory codes and/or standards. 238 239 fa3(d) Days and hours of activity_ 240 241 1. The days and hours of construction activity within the Town 242 limits are regulated pursuant to Code Section 18-3. Work is 243 generally permitted from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through 244 Saturday (excluding legal holidays). Work is generally 245 prohibited on Sundays and legal holidays. 246 247 2. The Town Council may choose to further prohibit, or otherwise 248 limit excessive noise-producing construction and vehicle activity, 249 including road and lane closures, or other " ' 250 construction-related activities from occurring during Peak 251 Seasons (Winter and Summer), major special events and other 252 holidays throughout the year. Specific dates defining these 253 periods and days on which such activities are prohibited or 254 limited sbeuld—shall be determined eR an annual bas's by 255 Council Resolution. In order to provide adequate notice and 256 clear expectations to contractors and developers, such 257 Resolution should be adopted prior to March 1 s' of each year. 258 However. Council shall retain the right to alter or amend such 259 Resolution at any time, as deemed necessary by the Council. 260 261 i. In general, special events shall take precedence over 262 construction activities, and as such, permitted work hours 263 may be altered or interrupted, or work stopped at the 264 discretion of the Chief Building Official in order to ensure 265 that an event is not adversely affected, impeded or 266 disrupted due to construction activity. 267 6 268 3. Activities that do not qualify as 269 excessive noise producing construction activitiesed the R8168 270 llfnitatiGRs-nor as excessive vehicle activity as described in 271 Section 18-3 of this code, 272 are permitted at any time. 273 274 4. In some instances, work may be required, or may serve as a 275 benefit to the community to occur outside of permitted work 276 hours. In these cases, a written request shall be submitted for 277 review and approval by the Town Manager at least (7) days 278 prior to the date of the proposed work. For emergency 279 situations, and in order to account for other unforeseen 280 circumstances, the Town Manager, of--Chief Building Official 281 their designee may approve work to occur outside of permitted 282 work hours at their discretion. 283 284 U(b)-High impact events_ 285 286 1. High impact events, including large-concrete pours of 250 cubic 287 yards or more Per day, hauling operations of 500 cubic yards or 288 more per davpajo• ^^^'^•'^' ^'^'^ ^•'^° 289 Pigging, drilling, blasting, pile driving, work within public 290 roadways, sidewalks or trails, and traffic detours ether 291 high shall be clearly identified is eFder of 292 S^^^^^^'^^ i^ d"^^long with a Preliminary schedule for such 293 events in the Construction Management Plan. 294 295 2. Two weeks nNotice of any of the events or activities described 296 in Section 18-10.2(b)1 shall be given to the Town at least two 297 weeks Prior to the event or activity, pa -tG4he-9GGuFFenee--of 298 any "high 299 300 3. A-aWritten notice of any of the events or activities described in 301 Section 18-10.2(b)1 " ' 302 may adveFsely ^#^^' ^^join'^^ pFelpeFties shall be given to 303 neighboring properties located within 500 feet of the project site, 304 with a copy ^ bmiNed-to the Tewn Chief Building Official, at 305 least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the event or activitv.n. 306 307 owReFs aGlinewledgiRg said wed . 308 309 310 311 312 WGFI( shall net be peFfnifted to GGFAFAeAGe nrin• to rnnninf of this netinn 313 4.In.. eVeF in the event that despite nlisaRt' . best effens, an adjoining 7 314 PFOPeFty eWAeF GF IDU61pe66 awneF GanRot be IGGated, the FequkemeRt to pFovide I315saidGigRatUMBFnaybewaivedatthedi6GFeti9noftheTewR's Building Off 316 W(f) Site security_ 317 318 1. Construction fencing of a height and type to be approved by the 319 Chief Building Official, or other protective measures, as deemed 320 necessary or appropriate by the Chief Building Official, shall be 321 implemented to delineate, screen and secure t#ve-project sites 322 site involving building demolitions, new construction, additions, 323 exterior renovations, and site excavations. 324 325 2. Security measures shall be in place at all times when the site is 326 not in operation. This reayarovisions -includeing perimeter 327 barriers, locks, surveillance systems, security lighting sub'ect to 328 the provisions of Chapter 18, Article X111 of this code). -aad 329 motion detectors, employment of security personnel and other 330 measures may be required at the discretion of the Chief Building 331 Official.Where a building site Barn,,, t be—fully- Seed 332 333 snn„nn e pFey ,.^+ ,,. authoFiz d 334 335 43. Security measures shall be taken to prevent construction 336 work or protection measures from facilitating unauthorized 337 access to adjoining buildings, and to safeguard site materials 338 and equipment. 339 340 Lq)_()—Work conditions, site safety and emergency provisions:; 341 342 1. Work conditions:_: 343 344 345 eReFally F Fed , n.kn. safety GeRdi+i„n6 be omitted to 346 the Teyin fe-r F09.nnnn 347 348 j}i.Compliance with United States Occupational Safety and 349 Health Administration (OSHA) standards and codes will 350 be required pursuant to state and federal regulations. 351 352 2. Safeguarding 353 354 i. Readily accessible emergency telephone facilities shall 355 be provided in an approved location at the construction 356 site. The street address of the construction site and the 357 emergency telephone number of the fire department shall 358 be posted adjacent to the telephone. 359 8 360 ii. Roofing operations utilizing heat-producing systems or 361 other ignition sources shall be performed by a contractor 362 licensed and bonded for the type of roofing process to be 363 performed. 364 365 iii. Asphalt and tar kettles shall be operated in accordance 366 with Section 303 of the International Fire Code. 367 368 iv. Internal combustion powered construction equipment 369 shall be used in accordance with all of the following 370 conditions: 371 372 a) Equipment shall be located so that exhausts do not 373 discharge against combustible material. 374 375 b) Exhausts shall be vented to the outside of the 376 building. 377 378 c) Equipment shall not be refueled while in operation. 379 380 V. A first-aid kit shall be available on site at all times and 381 shall be inspected at least monthly and replenished as 382 necessary. 383 384 vi. In buildings where an automatic fire sprinkler system is 385 required, it shall be unlawful to occupy any portion of a 386 building or structure until the automatic sprinkler system 387 installation has been tested and approved unless 388 otherwise authorized by the Snowmass/Wildcat Fire 389 Protection District..- 390 391 vii. Operation of sprinkler control valves shall be allowed only 392 by properly authorized personnel and shall be 393 accomplished by notification of duly designated parties. 394 When the sprinkler protection is being regularly turned off 395 and on to facilitate connection of newly completed 396 segments, the sprinkler control valves shall be checked 397 at the end of each work period to ascertain that 398 protection is in service. 399 400 3. Deep excavations/trenches:_: 401 402 i. Excavations shall be performed as specified by the 403 project's engineer of record. Shoring, slope stabilization 404 and retaining methods shall be employed as required for 405 safety of property and personnel. In the absence of 9 406 specifications provided by a design professional, United 407 States Occupational Safety and Health Administration 408 OSHA) regulations for this type of activity shall govern. 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 iiii. Trenches located in the Public Right of Way shall be 416 backfilled,-er covered, or otherwise protected overnight. 417 Traffic control and pedestrian protection measures 418 including barricades, flashing lights, detour signage, and 419 steel plates shall be reviewed and approved by the Chief 420 Building Official, Public Works Director, or their designee. 421 422 4. Hazardous Materials Storage_ 423 424 L An inventory of Bon-site hazardous materials, including 425 combustible liquids, combustible fibers, explosives, 426 flammable gases, flammable liquids, organic peroxides, 427 oxidizers, etc., shall be °°#^d aG to quaRtib, and 428 lesatieamaintained on the project site, and shall be 429 provided to the Chief Buildino Official upon request.. 430 431 ii. The appropriate Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) 432 shall be available on-site at all times, pursuant to federal 433 regulations. 434 435 iii. All flammable and combustible liquids used or stored on 436 site shall comply with Section 1405 of the International 437 Fire Code. 438 439 iv. Operations involving cutting and welding shall be done in 440 accordance with Chapter 26 of the International Fire 441 Code. 442 443 V. A written approval or permit from the Snowmass/Wildcat 444 Fire Protection District shall be submitted to the Chief 445 Building Official for all on-site hazardous materials 446 storage. 447 448 449 450 5. Fuel storage:_: 451 10 452 i. Container locations for bulk on-site fuel storage shall be 453 clearly identified, including fuel types, container sizes and 454 spill containment procedures. 455 456 ii. On-site fuel storage leeatieRs—shall require a written 457 approval or permit from the Snowmass/Wildcat Fire 458 Protection District. 459 460 6. Temporary heating:_: 461 462 i. A written approval or permit from the Snowmass/Wildcat 463 Fire Protection District shall be required for temporary 464 heating systems. 465 466 ii. A temporary heating permit obtained from either the 467 Chief Building Official or the Snowmass Wildcat Fire 468 Protection District, as well as a field inspection shall be 469 FpcfGFFRed-required prior to energizing of any temporary 470 heating components. 471 472 iii. All temporary heating provisions shall comply with 473 Section 1403 of the International Fire Code. 474 475 476 7. Emergency access and evacuation_ 477 478 i. Emergency access in and out of the Town, and to all 479 locations throughout the Town, shall be maintained at all 480 times. 481 482 ii. AppFeved--vVehicle access for fire fighting shall be 483 provided to all construction or demolition sites pursuant 484 to a written approval or permit from the 485 Snowmass/Wildcat Fire Protection District. 486 487 iii. Unless otherwise authorized by the Snowmass/Wildcat 488 Fire Protection District, vVehicle access shall be provided 489 to within (100) feet of temporary or permanent fire district 490 connections--. 491 492 iv. Vehicle access shall be provided by either temporary or 493 permanent roads capable of supporting emergency 494 vehicle loading under all weather conditions. 495 496 V. Vehicle access shall be maintained until permanent fire 497 apparatus access roads are available. 11 498 499 vi. Key boxes shall be provided as required by Chapter 5 of 500 the International Fire Code. 501 502 vii. Where a building has been constructed to a height 503 greater than fifty (50) feet or four (4) stories, or where an 504 existing building exceeding fifty (50) feet in height is 505 altered, at least one temporary lighted stairway shall be 506 provided unless one or more of the permanent stairways 507 are erected as the construction progresses. 508 509 viii. Required means of egress shall be maintained at all 510 times during construction, demolition, remodeling, 511 alteration and addition to any building, in order to ensure 512 free and unobstructed egress for workers and occupants 513 in the event of fire or other emeroencv. Approved 514 temporary means of egress systems may be utilized 515 subject to review and approval by the Chief Building 516 Official. 517 518 8. Firefighting equipment and water supply:_: 519 520 i. Structures under construction, alteration or demolition 521 shall be provided with at least one (1) approved portable 522 fire extinguisher in accordance with Section 906 of the 523 International Fire Code and sized for not less than 524 ordinary hazard as follows: 525 526 a) At each stairway on all floor levels where combustible 527 materials have accumulated. 528 529 b) In every storage and construction shed. 530 531 c) Additional portable fire extinguishers shall be provided 532 where special hazards exist including, but not limited 533 to, the storage and use of flammable and combustible 534 liquids. 535 536 ii. An approved—water supply, either temporary or 537 permanent, and —approved for fire protection by the 538 Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District, either 539 teFAP9FaFy eF peFmanent, shall be made available as 540 soon as combustible material arrives on the site. 541 542 9. Building standpipes:_: 543 12 544 i. Buildings four (4) or more stories in height shall be 545 provided with not less than one standpipe for use during 546 construction. 547 548 ii. Standpipes shall be installed when the progress of the 549 construction is not more than forty (40) feet in height 550 above the lowest level of fire department access. 551 552 iii. Standpipes shall be provided with fire district hose 553 connections at accessible locations adjacent to usable 554 stairs. 555 556 iv. Standpipes shall be extended as construction progresses 557 to within one floor of the highest point of construction 558 having secured decking or flooring. 559 560 e) Site signage and exterior lighting--. 561 562 4-.All +nfernatieaai signage displayed on a construction site shall be 563 reviewed and approved by the Chief Building Official prior to 564 installation. 565 566 1_ 567 Sig Rage OR RGtFU Ni^n niter shall be limited to thiFty tw (32\ 568 can^r^ t^^t in size n,1 limited to n M\ sigR peF nits GGRtnnt 569 570 571 3 Ail signage Of ni bli^ eadwn.ant net United QMtnn 572 573 42. Construction site signs shall be reaulated pursuant to 574 Section 16A-4-510. 575 576 3. Informational Ssiansaae specifying the project address. building 577 permit number, security information, site safety requirements. 578 and 24-hour contact information shall be erected at each 579 designated access point on the perimeter of the site, pursuant 580 Section 16A-4-510. 581 582 Exterior lighting, including temporary construction lighting, and 583 temporary liahtino of site signage shall conform to the provisions 584 of Chapter 18, Article XIILA 24 hOUF G9ntaGt-naA4e--aPd 585 teleohene number shall be n yoded Thin skin nr1 .. 586 permitted in addition to the sign deSGF*bed c^nt•on 18 587 a 9 2 588 2-.4. 13 589 f Exte FieF lightiRg iRGIudiRg t,... P R6tF 1Gti R lightiRg and 590 591 592 593 5. All signaae of public roadways must meet United States Manual 594 on Uniform Traffic Code Device (MUTCD) standards, and shall 595 obtain approval form the Public Works Director, or their 596 designee. 597 598 f) Contractor and worker parking 599 600 1. Adequate parking provisions for contractor(s) and worker 601 vehicles shall be made on site-out of the public right of way, 602 and in accordance with an approved Employee Parking Planfet 603 GORtFaGtOF and WGFkeF vehooles. 604 605 2. If the provision of on-site parking is not practical, or is limited or 606 et er::;se—prohibited pursuant to the conditions of project 607 approval, then evidence shall be provided describing alternative 608 arrangements that have been made to accommodate parking 609 needs. 610 611 3. For one lot single-family and duplex residential projects, a 612 temporary right of way parking permit may be issued upon 613 verification that emergency access will be maintained at all 614 times, and upon review and approval by the Town's Public 615 Works and Police Departments. 616 617 g) Construction Vehicles:_: 618 619 1. Vehicles and equipment leaving a construction site shall be 620 properly cleaned to prevent mud, gravel and debris from being 621 tracked onto public roadways, sidewalks, trails and parking 622 areas. 623 624 2. The location of site entries, exits and primary paths of travel 625 shall be identified for vehicles traveling to, from and through the 626 site. 627 628 3. Site entry and exit points, and all temporary haul-roads shall be 629 stabilized with crushed rock, bitumen or similar stabilizing and 630 dust suppressing material. 631 632 4. Tracking controls such as rumble grids, wash stations, or similar 633 facilities shall be installed to remove and collect mud and debris 634 from vehicles leaving the site. Tracking controls shall be 14 635 monitored regularly and replaced or maintained as necessary to 636 ensure their effectiveness. 637 638 i. Detailed descriptions of vehicle tracking pads and their 639 locations shall be provided, and such facilities shall be 640 installed and maintained to the specifications and 641 satisfaction of the Chief Building Official. 642 643 ii. At the discretion of the Chief Building Official, or as 644 required pursuant to project approvals, designated 645 vehicle and equipment wash down areas may be 646 required. If required, wash down areas shall be located 647 near the site exits and shall be designed to capture and 648 treat water prior to discharge into the stormwater system. 649 650 iii. Wash down areas exceeding 2000 gallons per day shall 651 be required to use recycled water. 652 653 iv. Should the approved tracking control methods prove to 654 be inadequate during construction, the Town shall have 655 the authority to FeGGFRme,9d-re wire alternate methods, 656 cease work until unacceptable conditions are corrected, 657 take appropriate enforcement actions, impose fines. 658 and/or perform the necessary work at the permit holder's 659 expense, pursuant to the enforcement Provisions of 660 Section 18-10.4.. 661 662 5. Roadways shall be monitored continuously and cleaned on a 663 regular basis to be kept free and clear of dirt and debris to the 664 satisfaction of the Chief Building Official. 665 666 h) Material Storage and Staging_ 667 668 1. Material storage and staging should be limited to one 669 contiguous area, or consolidated to the extent feasible-within the 670 project site. 671 672 2. Materials shalleuM be stored in accordance with an approved 673 Site Plan, in an organized and orderly manner, -and shall not 674 encroach onto adjoining properties or public areas. 675 676 2-3.An adequate buffer or screening, as 677 determined by the Chief Building Official or Planning Director, 678 shall be maintained between stored materials and adjacent 679 properties and public areas. 680 15 681 3A.Stored Faw materials shall be 682 adequately secured to prevent their dispersal ese ^ ^^•'^'° 683 across the site and migration into public areas. 684 685 4.5.ig#-piledPilino of stored building 686 materials more than twelve (12) feet high steFage—shall be 687 prohibited. 688 689 i) Snow storage and removal_ 690 691 1. Areas—On-site areas shall be designated for snow storage. 692 Snow collected on construction sites storage-is not permitted to 693 be deposited on public roadways or right-of-ways. 694 695 2. If the site is constrained and snow storage is not practical, a 696 detailed snow removal plan shall be submitted to the Town 697 indicating methods of removal and final destination. 698 699 j) Construction waste:: 700 701 1. A Waste Management and Recycling Plan shall be detailed to 702 address the following: 703 704 i. Specific efforts to minimize waste on site by avoiding 705 over-estimation of purchasing requirements, minimizing 706 packaging materials, and purchasing environmentally 707 sensitive and recycled content products, 708 709 ii. Procedures for the collection and sorting of recyclable 710 construction materials, 711 712 iii. The type and quantity of materials that are to be reused 713 or recycled, 714 715 iv. Provision of containers for recyclable materials including 716 cardboard, glass, metal, plastic and green waste, 717 718 V. The reuse of timber, glass and other materials, 719 720 vi. The recycling of asphalt, metal, bricks, tiles, masonry, 721 concrete, plasterboard, plastic, batteries, cardboard, 722 carpet and other materials, 723 724 vii. Provisions for collection of daily rubbish from workers, 725 16 726 viii. Procedures for removal of waste (materials that cannot 727 be reused or recycled) from the site, 728 729 ix. Procedures for removal of hazardous or dangerous 730 materials from the site. 731 732 2. Removal of hazardous or dangerous materials from the site 733 shall be in accordance with State and Federal law. 734 Coordination may be required through the Pitkin County 735 Environmental Health Department. 736 737 3. Waste collection shall only occur during permitted work hours. 738 739 4. For outside bins, self-closing lids must be installed to ensure 740 that waste does not become airborne. 741 742 5. Litter and debris "trapped" against site fencing shall be 743 monitored regularly and removed promptly. 744 745 6. Open burning on site is prohibited unless otherwise approved by 746 the Snowmass/Wildcat Fire Protection District, and for 747 controlled on-mountain burns located within the United States 748 Forest Service Boundary for the Snowmass Ski Area, as 749 approved by the United States Forest Service and the Colorado 750 Department of Health... 751 752 k) Stormwater and Sediment Control 753 754 1. A Stormwater, Erosion, and Sediment Control Plan shall be 755 submitted for review and approval by the Chief Building Official 756 or Town Engineer. ;need and stamped With the Oea! of 757 758 to be perferad. The Stormwater and Sediment Control Plan 759 shall demonstrate that: 760 761 i. Stormwater runoff will be prevented from entering 762 adjoining properties or into the public sewer system. 763 764 ii. Drainage of the site to the legal point of discharge will be 765 maintained throughout construction. 766 767 iii. Stormwater will be captured and filtered at sediment 768 control points before entering the legal point of discharge. 769 770 iv. Site water retention will not cause structural damage to 771 excavations or retaining walls. 17 772 773 2. Construction-caused water discoloration shall not be permitted 774 in Brush Creek or other waterways within the Town. Natural 775 rainwater run-off shall be controlled to prevent sediment 776 migration into Town waterways and stormwater systems. 777 778 i. Upslope water shall be diverted to prevent it from 779 traveling through the construction site. 780 781 shall be Gen%Gted as seen as the FOOf 782 stalled eR the s,.,. 783 784 ii=ii. Natural falls shall be identified and sediment traps or 785 filters shall be located at all run-off points. Sediment 786 Controls shall be monitored regularly and replaced or 787 maintained as necessary to ensure their effectiveness. 788 789 viii. Sediment traps or filters shall be placed around any 790 drain affected by construction works. Sediment controls 791 shall be inspected on a weekly basis or after any 792 significant storm event, whichever occurs first, and shall 793 be maintained or replaced as necessary to ensure their 794 effectiveness. 795 796 viv. Grated drains shall be provided at stormwater exit 797 points to prevent uncontrolled debris flow run-off. 798 799 3. Proposed silt fencing and erosion control shall be plainly 800 detailed. Details shall include location, installation methods, 801 type of materials used and maintenance methods over the 802 course of the project. 803 be submitted fOF approval fmm the Town ERgiReeF.- 804 805 4. Proposed storage locations for loose materials such as soil, 806 sand and gravel shall be identified and precautions to prevent 807 displacement shall be implemented. Sediment controls may be 808 required for fine material storage. 809 810 5. Water collected at the bottom of excavation sites shall be 811 pumped out in a timely manner. If the water contains 812 sedimentation at less than 150mg/gallon of total suspended 813 solids, it may be filtered and pumped to the legal point of 814 discharge. 815 816 i. Polluted water shall not be permitted to enter the 817 stormwater system and may be pumped to the sewer 18 818 system with appropriate approvals from the Snowmass 819 Water and Sanitation District. 820 821 ii. At the discretion of the Town's Environmental Consultant 822 or Public Works Director, a liquid waste company may be 823 required to collect contaminated water for disposal at a 824 licensed treatment facility. 825 826 6. Waste materials, including liquid wastes such as paint, concrete 827 slurries and chemicals, shall not be discharged into the public 828 stormwater system. Facilities shall be provided to enable 829 equipment cleaning without any discharge of by-product into the 830 stormwater system. 831 832 8. 833 834 97. Wherever possible, natural vegetation should be retained to 835 absorb surface water flows. In disturbed areas, revegetation 836 should occur as soon as possible after completion of the work. 837 838 9-.8. For construction sites that disturb one acre or greater, a 839 State of Colorado Stormwater Construction Permit or Waiver 840 shall be submitted to the Chief Building Official for reference 841 and enforcement. 842 843 1) Wetlands:_: 844 845 1. All work proposed in a designated wetlands area shall obtain 846 the proper State and Federal permits prior to commencement. 847 848 2. Where required, an approved permit issued pursuant to Section 849 404 of the Clean Water Act shall be submitted to the Chief 850 Building Official. 851 852 m) Construction on Slopes Greater than Thirty Percent (30%)_ 853 854 1. For construction approved to pefmMed-occur on slopes greater 855 than thirty percent (30%), pursuant to the provisions of Section 856 16A-4-50(d), a detailed and dimensioned topographic plan shall 857 be submitted for review and approval by the Planning Director 858 prior to commencement of construction in these areas. 859 860 2. Detailed plans shall be submitted to indicate the proposed 861 methods and locations of slope stabilization, erosion control. 862 delineation fencing, tree removal, adjacent oropertv protection, 863 staging, material removal, and excavation for review and 19 864 approval by the Chief Building Official prior to commencement 865 of construction in these areas. 866 867 2-3. Plans submitted pursuant to this Section 18-10.2(mf)4- shall 868 be stamped with the seal of a professional geotechnical 869 engineer licensed in the State of Colorado. 870 871 n) Air Quality Control & Dust management_ 872 873 1. A Fugitive Dust Control Plan shall be provided to address 874 methods by which dust migration will be kept to a minimum at 875 the project site. Control options established by the Colorado 876 Department of Public Health and Environment shall be 877 implemented in all areas of disturbed earth, including temporary 878 haul roads, material staging areas, and open excavations. 879 880 i. Provide detailed descriptions of the methods and 881 frequency of application for on-site dust suppression 882 watering and/or chemical applications) and street 883 cleaning (sweeping and watering) that will be used to 884 minimize fugitive dust arising from the project site and 885 adjacent roadways. 886 887 ii. Chemical applications for dust suppression should be 888 used only as a last resort. 889 890 Jii. On-site Odumping and storage of loose materials 891 shall be kept to a minimum. If dumping and storage of 892 loose material is unavoidable, methods for preventing 893 dust migration and other airborne matter from impacting 894 surrounding areas shall be described. Measures to 895 ensure that these methods will remain effective during 896 times when the site is unattended shall also be 897 described. 898 899 iv. Enhanced dust control measures shall be described 900 to address the following conditions: 901 902 a. Any event of visible dust migration off of the project 903 site; 904 905 b. Extreme weather and wind conditions; 906 907 c. Work in areas of direct exposure or close proximity to 908 the general public and surrounding buildings; 909 20 910 d. Work in proximity to air intake vents on adjacent 911 building. Dust intake by these vents must be 912 prevented through the installation of filters or other 913 approved measures. 914 915 2. If required pursuant to project approvals, or at the discretion of 916 the Chief Building Official, the Planning Director, or the Town's 917 designated Environmental Consultant. an Air Quality Monitoring 918 Plan shall be submitted for review and approval. 919 920 3. Any air quality monitoring equipment required pursuant to an 921 approved Air Quality Monitoring Plan shall be maintained in 922 compliance with United States Environmental Protection Aaencv 923 and State of Colorado siting criteria. 924 925 4. PM-10 monitoring may be required to measure particulates 926 important to public health and safety. Allowable thresholds for 927 this measurement shall include a 24-hour average not to exceed 928 150 ug/m3 and an annual average not to exceed 50 ug/m3. # 929 930 or-- the TOWR'S 931 aRt . n;, Qua! ', 932 933 934 3-.5. Should the approved dust control or air quality monitoring 935 methods prove to be inadequate during construction, as 936 evidenced by the visible migration of dust from the project site 937 or the exceedence of an established air auality threshold, the 938 Town shall have the authority to re uire-Feeernmead alternate 939 methods, cease work until unacceptable conditions are 940 corrected, take appropriate enforcement actions, impose fines. 941 and/or perform the necessary work at the permit holder's 942 expense, pursuant to the enforcement provisions of Section 18- 943 10.4.. 944 945 o) Site Grubbing, Tree Removal and Protection_ 946 947 1. Areas of site grubbing and tree removals shall be clearly shown. 948 949 2. Erosion control methods for these activities shall require prior 950 approval by the Town Engineer, or their designee..- 951 952 3. Prior approval by the Town's Public Works Director or Parks 953 and Recreation Director shall be required for removal and 954 replacement of trees located in the public right of way. 955 21 956 4. A Tree Preservation Plan, prepared by a Certified or Consulting 957 Arborist, ffkW--shall be submitted if required under the 958 conditions of project approval for trees that are to be protected 959 on site during construction. Methods of protection, including, 960 but not limited to drip-line fencing and the prohibition of stored 961 materials within the drip-line perimeter shall be documented. 962 963 p) Construction Interruption Landscape Plan 964 965 1. A Construction Interruption Landscape Plan shall--ma_be 966 submif— red for each phase of construction at the 967 discretion of the Planning Director, 4 -rs<, .for phased 968 projects, or for projects with construction schedules exceeding 969 two (2) years in duration. The plan shall describe plantings and 970 screening that will be installed to minimize visual impacts in the 971 event that a period of twelve (12) consecutive months occur 972 during which substantial construction activities cease. 973 974 2. The Chief Building Official may require the Applicant to provide 975 a performance bond, or other form of security, in order to ensure 976 the implementation of a Construction Interruption Landscape 977 Plan, in the event such implementation is required. 978 979 q) Site Retaining walls:_: 980 981 1. All freestanding and attached site earth retaining structures shall 982 be clearly shown with specific dimensions. Walls or structures 983 over (4) feet in total height shall be designed by a professional 984 engineer or architect licensed in the State of Colorado and will 985 require a building permit. 986 987 2. The Town's Planning Director, or their designee. -shall review 988 the final design and height of any proposed retaining walls to 989 ensure conformance with project approvals 990 standaFds. 991 992 r) Off-site debris and excavated material disposal:_: 993 994 1. All materials removed from the site and transported to another 995 location shall be designated by type and final destination. 996 997 2. All materials removed from the site shall be properly secured 998 and covered prior to leaving the site. 999 1000 s) Noise:_ 1001 22 1002 1. Construction activities which produce excessive noise and/or 1003 vehicle activity are regulated pursuant to Code Section 18-3. 1004 1005 2. Activities that will involve excessive noise or vibration shall be 1006 clearly detailed to the Town including anticipated decibel levels, 1007 days and hours of operation, and methods of mitigation. 1008 1009 1010 1011 3. Portable generators: 1012 1013 i. On-site utilization of portable generators shall be clearly 1014 specified, including generator size, fuel type, location and 1015 times of operation. 1016 1017 ii. A Noise Mitigation Plan, identifying the physical and 1018 operational means by which excessive noise will be 1019 minimized,n4ay-shall be required for portable generators, 1020 in order to ensure compliance with Section 18-3 of this 1021 code. 1022 1023 4. Blasting: 1024 1025 L Blasting shall not be allowed within the Town without first 1026 obtaining the proper State and Federal permits. 1027 1028 ii. A-wWritten approvals from the Chief Building Official and 1029 Snwomass/Wildcat Fire Protection District Chief shall be 1030 required for any blasting or explosive works shall 1031 Feciuked with signatuFes as follows; Town ManageF, 1032 Chief c •w Gifiemal Fire rhos and o tir Wni k6_aiaiii9 c r,,, 1033 direster. 1034 1035 iii. Blasting for site excavations or werl-related-#e avalanche 1036 control oo-located within the United States Forest Service 1037 Permit Boundary for. the Snowmass Ski Area, and 1038 conducted by the ski area 1039 operator, is exempt frem #hiS 6eGt*GR.shall be in 1040 accordance with the necessary State and Federal 1041 approvals. 1042 1043 iv. All blasting operations shall be conducted in accordance 1044 with Chapter 33 of the International Fire Code. 1045 1046 n Noise Mitt atiOR Plan shall be . Glu d f 1047 blasting. 23 1048 5. Pile driving: 1049 1050 i. DFille ' pieFs an 'Driven piles are required to be 1051 engineered by an architect or professional engineer 1052 licensed in the State of Colorado. 1053 1054 ii. The proposed locations, diameters, and depths of all 1055 piers or piles shall be clearly detailed on the site plan. 1056 1057 iii. A tentative pile-driving schedule shall be submitted for 1058 review and approval by the Chief Building Official not less 1059 than two weeks prior to occurrence. 1060 ti 1061 4i-.iv. A Noise Mitigation Plan, identifying the physical and 1062 operational means by which excessive noise will be 1063 minimized, shall be required for dr+WA piles driving. and 1064 the Town may impose reasonable conditions limiting the 1065 hours and days during which pile driving is permitted. apd 1066 dFill^^' 1067 1068 t) Wildlife Protection. 1069 1070 1. Locations and specifications for construction site refuse 1071 containers shall be clearly detailed. Plans shall demonstrate 1072 compliance with the Wildlife Protection provisions of Section 7- 1073 156. 1074 1075 2. Personal pets uncontained or unrestrained shall not be allowed 1076 on construction sites. 1077 1078 u) Roadway impacts and right-of-way work_ 1079 1080 1. Deliveries to and from the site shall be designated by route and 1081 time of day. Material deliveries shall not cause traffic delays in 1082 excess of three (3) minutes so as to avoid -impeding +Ppede-the 1083 day-to-day and special event functions of the Town. For major 1084 material deliveries, pursuant to Section 18-10.2(a)4, work 1085 outside of permitted work hours may be approved by the Town 1086 Manager or Chief Building Official to satisfy the requirements of 1087 this Section. 1088 1089 2. A Public Works Right-of-Way Permit or Road Cut Permit shall 1090 be obtained prior to commencing any work within ten (10) feet of 1091 a public right-of way (including sidewalks and trails) or Town 1092 roadway. All work shall conform to the Town's Right of Way 1093 Guidelines. 24 1094 1095 3. Safe pedestrian & bicycle trail connections shall be maintained 1096 at all times throughout the Village. In the event that an existing 1097 trail connection is to be made inaccessible for more than twenty- 1098 four (24) hours due to construction or development activities, a 1099 trail detour plan shall be submitted for review and approval by 1100 the Town's Public Works Director and Transportation Director. 1101 1102 4. The specific duration of work impacting a public right-of-way 1103 including sidewalks and trails) or Town roadway shall be clearly 1104 indicated in the proposed Construction Management 1105 Planstipaiated. 1106 1107 5. for work requiring a complete or partial -closure of any Town 1108 roadway, public right-of-way, sidewalk or trail, a detailed plan 1109 and work schedule shall be provided for Town ManageF 1110 approval at least (14) days prior to the proposed closure. For 1111 emergency situations, and in order to account for other 1112 unforeseen circumstances. the Town Manaaer, Chief Building 1113 Official, or their designee may approve work to occur with less 1114 than the required notice, at their discretion. 1115 1116 1117 6:5. In response to any request for a complete or partial closure 1118 of any Town roadway, public right-of-way, sidewalk or trail. Tthe 1119 Town may require that alternate vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian 1120 connections be made at the permit holder's expense. 1121 1122 v) Traffic Management_ 1123 1124 1. For projects impacting a public right of way (including sidewalks 1125 and trails) or Town roadway, Aa Traffic Management Plan is 1126 required to be prepared by and coordinated through a Town- 1127 approved traffic control contractor. 1128 public Fight-_ 1129 Feadway. Applicants shall be required to execute a Traffic 1130 Control Service Fee Agreement guaranteeing reimbursements 1131 for any traffic control and management plan preparation 1132 services contracted through the Town. 1133 1134 2. The Traffic Management Plan shall address the following: 1135 1136 i. Location and extent of the proposed works. 1137 1138 ii. Staging areas. 1139 25 1140 iii. Schedule and duration of the proposed works. 1141 1142 iv. Site security and site safety measures. 1143 1144 V. Emergency access provisions. 1145 1146 vi. Impacts to fire protection facilities. 1147 1148 vii. Impacts to public transportation providers. 1149 1150 viii. Vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian circulation impacts. 1151 1152 ix. Safety precautions. 1153 1154 X. Speed zones. 1155 1156 A. Access points to the proposed work. 1157 1158 xii. Special traffic control devices. 1159 1160 xiii. Provisions for special events and holiday periods. 1161 1162 3. An amended Traffic Management Plan may be submitted for 1163 review and approval by the Chief Building Official if there is a 1164 demonstrable need arising from: 1165 1166 i. A change in traffic conditions. 1167 1168 ii. A change in land use in the vicinity. 1169 1170 iii. Amendments to the building design. 1171 1172 iv. A change in construction methodology. 1173 1174 V. A change in contractor or developer of the site. 1175 1176 w) Traffic control:; 1177 1178 1. Other than for emergency responses, unanticipated road 1179 closures associated with construction activity will not be 1180 permitted. 1181 1182 2. Tfa##ie seatrel invelving Qraffic delays and/efassociated with 1183 traffic control and/or lane closures resulting from construction 1184 activities will be coordinated through a Town-approved traffic 26 1185 control contractor throughout the Town and managed on 1186 primary roadways to a maximum of: 1187 i. Two (2) five-minute stops during the shoulder seasons, 1188 and 1189 ii. No stops during Peak Seasons (Winter and Summer), 1190 Special Events, or Holidays, as such periods or days are 1191 defined annually by Council Resolution pursuant to 1192 Section 18-10.2(a)2, 1193 1194 iii. For the purposes of determining the maximum number 1195 and duration of allowed traffic delays, "primary 1196 roadways" shall include the following: Brush Creek Road, 1197 Carriaaewav/Snowmelt Road, Snowmass Club Circle, 1198 Daly Lane, Elbert Lane, Fall Lane, Owl Creek Road , 1199 Highline Road, Faraway Road from Brush Creek Road to 1200 the driveway of the Ridge Condominiums, Wood Road 1201 from Brush Creek Road to the Wood Run V main 1202 entrance. 1203 1204 3. In some instances, work requiring traffic delays and/or lane 1205 closures may be required, or may serve as a benefit to the 1206 community, to occur in excess of the limitations stipulated in 1207 Section 18-10.2(w)2, or pursuant to project approvals. In these 1208 cases, a written request shall be submitted for review and 1209 approval as a condition of project approval, or by Council 1210 Resolution at least (21) days prior to the date of the proposed 1211 work. For emergency situations, and in order to account for 1212 other unforeseen circumstances, the Town Manager or Chief 1213 Building Official may approve work to occur in excess of these 1214 such limitations, at their discretion. 1215 1216 4. Contractors will be required to communicate and abide by 1217 clearly defined timeframes regarding the duration of right of way 1218 impacts. 1219 1220 1221 18-10.3 Preconstruction Meeting. 1222 1223 a) Following approval of a project's Construction Management Plan, 1224 and prior to the commencement of work, a preconstruction meeting 1225 shall be required. Required attendees for this meeting shall 1226 include, but not be limited to: 1227 1228 1. Owner or Owner's Representative 1229 27 1230 2. Architect 1231 1232 3. Superintendent 1233 1234 4. Major Subcontractors 1235 1236 5. Chief Building Official (or designee) 1237 1238 6. Planning Director (or designee) for PUD Projects 1239 1240 18-10.4 Enforcement, Penalty Assessments and Fines. 1241 1242 a) Enforcement_ 1243 1244 1. Contractors and developers are expected to be acutely aware of 1245 the standards and regulations for Construction Management 1246 established by the Town of Snowmass Village. 1247 1248 2. The Town's Police Department, Construction Coordinator, Chief 1249 Building Official, or any Building Inspector may complete 1250 random site visits and respond to complaints to determine if 1251 construction activities are in compliance with the provisions of 1252 an approved Construction Management Plan and other Town 1253 regulations, and shall have the authority to enforce the 1254 provisions of this Section 18-10 pursuant to the enforcement 1255 provisions of this Section 18-10.4. 1256 1257 3. Any corrective action or fine imposed under the terms of this 1258 Section may be appealed to the Town's Board of Appeals. 1259 1260 34. The Town of Snowmass Village will enforce construction 1261 management regulations as follows: 1262 1263 L The first corrective action is a written Notice of Violation 1264 with a specific -timeframe for compliance and correction 1265 of the noted violation. 1266 1267 ii. If compliance is not achieved within the timeframe 1268 stipulated by the Notice of Violation, the second 1269 corrective action is either a Second Notice of Violation. or 1270 a Stop Work Order (red tag), combined with the 1271 imposition of fines pursuant to the Schedule of Penalty 1272 Assessments and Fines described in Section 18-10.4(b). 1273 If a Stop Work Order is issued, no work is permitted to 1274 proceed upon the premises until the violation is 1275 corrected. 28 1276 1277 4.5. The Schedule of Penalty Assessments and Fines contained 1278 in Section 10-18.4-7(b) shall be applicable to any violation of a 1279 provision contained in an approved Construction Management 1280 Plan. . Violations of other Town regulations are subject to the 1281 General penalty for violation pursuant to Section 1-72, or as 1282 otherwise provided in this Code. 1283 1284 6-6. At the discretion of the Chief Building Official, any violation of 1285 a provision contained in an approved Construction Management 1286 Plan shall be grounds for immediate stoppage of work and/or 1287 the assessment of fines pursuant to the Schedule described in 1288 Section 18-10.4(b). 1289 1290 67. If a fine is imposed for violation of a provision contained in 1291 an approved Construction Management Plan, payment of the 1292 fine shall be made within ten (10) days of the date of the 1293 Second Notice of Violation, or Stop Work Order. At the 1294 discretion of the Chief Building Official, failure to pay the fine 1295 within ten (10) days shall be grounds for immediate stoppage of 1296 work. 1297 1298 b) Schedule of Penalty Assessments and Fines._ 1299 1300 The following is a Schedule of Penalty Assessments and Fines 1301 applicable to violations of provisions of an approved Construction 1302 Management Plan. Each day any violation of the provisions of an 1303 approved Construction Management Plan continues shall constitute 1304 a separate offense, unless otherwise provided. 1305 1306 1307 1308 1309 Description Fine 1310 1311 Violation of any provision not involving work or 1312 impacts occurring within a public roadway, sidewalk 1313 or trail. 1314 1315 First Offense within 4 yeas 100 1316 Second Offense within 1 yeas 500 1317 Third Offense (and for each offense thereafter)_ 1318 withiR1year 1,000 1319 1320 Violation of any provision involving work or impacts 1321 occurring within a public roadway, sidewalk or trail. 29 1322 1323 First Offense withie 1 yeaf 1,000 1324 Second Offense within a area 1325 5,000 1326 Third Offense (and for each offense thereafter)_ 1327 within 1 year 10,000 1328 1329 1330 Section Three: Effective Date. This Ordinance shall become effective on 1331 12007. 1332 1333 1334 Section Four: Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance or application 1335 hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect 1336 any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect 1337 without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this 1338 Ordinance are severable. 1339 1340 1341 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of 1342 Snowmass Village on the First Reading on August-6October 15, 2007 upon a 1343 motion by Council Member the second of Council 1344 Member and upon a vote of in favor 1345 and opposed. 1346 1347 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the town of 1348 Snowmass Village on Second Reading on 2007 upon a 1349 motion by Council Member the second of Council 1350 Member and upon a vote of in favor 1351 and opposed. 1352 1353 1354 11355 1356 1357 1358 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 1359 1360 1361 1362 1363 1364 Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor 1365 1366 1367 ATTEST: 30 1368 1369 1370 1371 1372 Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk 1373 1374 1375 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 1376 1377 1378 1379 1380 John Dresser, Town Attorney 31 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING TO TAKE PUBLIC COMMENTS REGARDING ORDINANCE NO. 13, SERIES OF 2007: AN ORDINANCEAMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE ESTABLISHING A CONSTRUCTION MITIGATION FEE WHEN: MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2007 Continued to OCTOBER 15, 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. LOCATION: Snowmass Village Town Council Chambers Snowmass Center Building 16 Kearns Road, 2nd Floor Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 INFO: Telephone: 923-3777 Internet access to council e-mail: http://www.tosv.com Citizen feedback hotline:922-6727 Rhonda B. Coxon Town Clerk Posted and Published in the Snowmass Sun on October 3, 2007 http://www.tosv.com clerkAtosv.com MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director DATE: October 15, 2007 SUBJECT: FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 13 SERIES OF 2007 - CONSTRUCTION MITIGATION FEE I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL 1. To establish a revenue source to pay for new costs associated with increased resource needs generated as a result of new residential and commercial development and construction activity. 2. Approve the First Reading of Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2007, an Ordinance Amending Certain Provisions of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code - Establishing a Construction Mitigation Fee. II. DISCUSSION On August 20, 2007, staff presented Ordinance 13, Series of 2007, to Council for first reading approval. The item was continued to October 1, 2007, and again, at staffs request, to the October 15, 2007 Council meeting. In the meantime, staff has held two public meetings (On August 29th, and October 11`h), which were attended by several representatives of the contracting and development community. Feedback received during those meetings, along with Council comments received to date, have been incorporated into the Ordinance's current iteration, or are discussed in this memorandum. Revenues and Expenses As noted in the attached Revenue/Expense Projections Spreadsheet, costs of approximately 275,000 are anticipated in 2007 for implementation of the Town's Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan (see attached CCIMP Handout). These costs are generated through equipment purchases, increased staffing needs, and other resource needs associated with day-to-day construction coordination and impact mitigation activities. Program expenses are anticipated to increase or decrease annually, depending on the amount of development activity and right-of-way work occurring in a given year. However, given that 2007 experienced a large number of projects involving work in the right of way compared to work anticipated in future years, and considering that this was the inaugural year of implementing the Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan, staff expects that program costs will decrease over the next several years. In order to account for the reduced amount of work in the right of way, combined with inflationary factors, staff has conservatively budgeted for an annual decrease of 2% in costs over the next five (5) years. Based upon currently projected costs and anticipated development activity levels, the fee, as proposed in Ordinance 13, is expected to generate revenues averaging approximately 266,726 per year, while program implementation costs are expected to average $261,611 per year. However, given the uncertain nature of predicting actual levels of construction activity and the coordination needs that will be associated therewith, it is recommended that an annual review of revenue and expense projections be conducted as part of the annual budget process to ensure that an appropriate fee structure remains in place over time. Construction Mitigation Fee Ordinance 13 was developed in response to Council's direction that staff proceed with the necessary steps to establish a Construction Mitigation Fee to generate revenues to pay for the new costs identified above. In general, Ordinance 13 would establish a fee of$1.00 (ONE DOLLAR) per square foot for most development projects resulting in new floor area. The fee would apply to commercial and mixed-use projects, development of multiple-lot and multi-family residential projects, as well as affordable housing projects, and other public Town projects. The fee would also apply to demolition and rebuilding of existing structures not qualifying under the exemptions described below. Fee payment would be required prior to building permit issuance, and collected revenues would be used to pay the incremental costs associated with new programs being implemented in response to the increased management and coordination efforts required as a result of new development. Fee Exemptions Based upon Council feedback received at the August 20, 2007 Council meeting, and in acknowledgement of the limited need for impact mitigation associated with these types of projects, staff has revised Ordinance 13 to exempt one-lot single-family and duplex residential projects. Furthermore, the fee would not be required for projects that do not create new floor area. As such, residential and commercial remodels, tenant improvements, utility projects, or other right-of-way work that is not associated with a project that generates new floor area would not be subject to the fee. Comments Received and Staff Responses 1. Exempting tenant improvement projects, remodels, and one lot single-family and duplex residential projects places an excessive burden of these costs on larger projects. Shouldn't there be some fee applied to acknowledge the impacts generated by these smaller projects, and to cover the incremental cost of managing them? Answer: The incremental impacts of the smaller-type projects described are typically minor in nature, and without the impacts associated with the larger projects, there would not likely be a need for the Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Program at all. Therefore, it is appropriate to exempt these less impactful types of projects. That said, Council may wish to consider whether it would be appropriate to have the fee requirement apply for extremely large single-family or duplex residential projects being constructed on a single lot. 2. The Construction Mitigation Fee would not apply to utility projects, or other projects occurring strictly in the right of way. These by far create the most impact on the Town. Answer: Utility projects are often quite impactful to the community, and require a great deal of the Town's coordination and impact mitigation efforts. However, as seen with the Base Village Project, these utility installations are often associated with major development and building construction activities, which would already be subject to the proposed Construction Mitigation Fee. In consideration of the scenario in which a stand-alone utility installation is proposed, but would not be subject to the new Construction Mitigation Fee (by virtue of not adding new floor area), it is recommended that Council direct staff to evaluate the Town's Right of Way Permit Fees to determine whether they adequately account for the true cost of reviewing and managing construction within the Right of Way. The Town's Right of Way Permit Fee currently stands at $300.00. 3. Couldn't we simply raise Building Permit fees to cover the cost of these new programs? Answer: Depending upon project valuation, Building Permit Fees are currently assessed at between 1% and 5% of the project value. Project valuation is determined using a standardized table of values for various types of construction, which is then modified by applying an "area multiplier." For example, the standardized value for single-family residential construction is approximately 92.00 per square foot. The area multiplier for Snowmass Village is 1.5; therefore, permit fees for a single-family residence are typically based upon a project valuation of approximately $138.00 per square foot. If a contractor offers a higher estimate of value, then that figure will be used as the basis for valuation. In fact, most new construction in Snowmass Village is likely to cost upwards of 400.00 per square foot. Furthermore, the Town's current budget projections indicate that over the next several years (based upon the anticipated Base Village build-out schedule and other projects coming through the land use review and permitting processes) operational expenses of the Building and Planning Departments will exceed the revenue generated. As such, regardless of the discussion surrounding the Construction Mitigation Fee, Council may wish to direct staff to reevaluate the current formula for establishing Building Permit Fees. In order to maintain a clear allocation and accounting of funds collected for Construction Mitigation purposes, staff is recommending that the Construction Mitigation Fee be adopted instead of raising Building Permit Fees. III. CONCLUSION It should be noted that there is some degree of urgency associated with establishing the revenue source that will pay for the new costs being incurred by the Town. While the expenses described above are already being incurred, the revenue generation necessary to balance the Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation program is based upon the collection of fees associated with several buildings in the Base Village, Sinclair Meadows, Gymnasium, Rodeo Place Housing, and Club Commons II Projects. As these buildings apply for and receive building permits, the Town will lose the opportunity to realize any of the projected fee revenues associated therewith. Again, staff is recommending that Council approve the first reading of Ordinance 13, Series of 2007. IV. NEXT STEPS If Council approves the First Reading of Ordinance No. 13, the item would be placed on the November 5, 2007 agenda for Second Reading. The stipulated fees would become effective 15 days after Council's approval at Second Reading. V. ATTACHMMENTS Ordinance 13, Series of 2007 Construction Coordination & Impact Mitigation Plan Handout Construction Coordination and Construction Communication Initiatives Construction Coordinator Job Description Revenue / Expense Projections Spreadsheet 2007 Construction Mitigation Cost Projections 2007 Construction Coordinator Cost Projection Construction Information Initiatives Cost Projections TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 13 SERIES OF 2007 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE — ESTABLISHING A CONSTRUCTION MITIGATION FEE. WHEREAS, on April 2, 2007, the Town Council accepted a set of impact tolerance thresholds concerning the individual and cumulative impacts of land development and construction activities throughout the Town, and WHEREAS, said tolerance thresholds are defined in the Town's Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan, as that plan may be amended from time to time, and WHEREAS, the Town Council has found it necessary to establish regulatory tools that improve the Town's ability to effectively control and limit the impacts of construction, and to regulate, monitor, and enforce provisions concerning construction management in order to preserve the health, safety, and welfare of the Town and its citizens, and WHEREAS, in order to achieve the goals and objectives of the Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan, the Town has engaged the services of a Construction Coordinator and has implemented a Construction Information Initiative, and WHEREAS, in order to further achieve those goals and objectives, the Town intends to procure the necessary environmental monitoring equipment to ensure compliance with established regulatory standards and thresholds, and WHEREAS, Town staff from several Town Departments have been engaged in the establishment and ongoing management of construction coordination and impact mitigation efforts, and WHEREAS, the costs of each of these efforts, resource allocations, and equipment purchases have been, or are expected to be realized and paid by the Town, and WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that it is appropriate that the new costs generated as a result of new development and construction activity be paid for by the developers and/or contractors responsible for generating said costs, and Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2007 Page 2 WHEREAS, the Town Council hereby finds that the amendments and revisions to the Municipal Code as hereinafter set forth are necessary for the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: 1. That Chapter 4 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby amended by adding a section, which section reads as follows: a. Section 4-43. Allocation of Construction Mitigation Fees: The fees paid and collected under Chapter 18, Section 18-42(g)1, and by virtue of this subsection, shall be used to pay for costs generated as a result of new development and construction activity. These fees shall be allocated to pay for each new development's equitable and incremental share of the costs of planning, maintenance, management, environmental monitoring, equipment purchases, repair, improvement, renewal, replacement, reconstruction, advertising, and all other items incidental to the operation and implementation of the Town's Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan. The cost of employing (or contracting with) a Construction Coordinator, and any costs associated therewith shall be paid for with revenue generated by these fees. The implementation of a Town-wide Construction Information Initiative shall also be funded with revenue generated by these fees. Finally, the fees collected may be used to pay for a proportionate share of the costs of accounting, planning, management, administration and general government of the Town. 2. That Chapter 18 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby amended by adding a section, which section reads as follows: a. Section 18-42(g)1. Construction Mitigation Fees: In addition to the other fees set forth in this section, a Construction Mitigation Fee shall be charged in accordance with the following schedule, which shall be due and payable at the time of issuance of a Building Permit. Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2007 Page 3 Assessment Rate Type of Structure per SF of Floor Area Multiple-lot: Single Family or Duplex Residential 1.00 Multiple Family Residential 1.00 Mixed-Use and Commercial 1.00 Public Facilities and Affordable Housing 1.00 Demo and Rebuild of Existing Building Area 1.00 This fee will be imposed for new construction and for floor area added to existing construction. Single family and duplex residential development on a single lot shall be exempt from this fee. The measurement of floor areas for the purpose of this Section shall be the same as measuring floor area for Floor Area Ratio as defined in Chapter 16A of the TOSV Municipal Code. 3. 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 by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on October 15, 2007 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and , against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on 2007 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and _ against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2007 Page a ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John Dresser, Town Attorney TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL . ORDINANCE NO. 13 SERIES OF 2007 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE — ESTABLISHING A CONSTRUCTION MITIGATION FEE. WHEREAS, on April 2, 2007, the Town Council accepted a set of impact tolerance thresholds concerning the individual and cumulative impacts of land development and construction activities throughout the Town, and WHEREAS, said tolerance thresholds are defined in the Town's Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan, as that plan may be amended from time to time, and WHEREAS, the Town Council has found it necessary to establish regulatory tools that improve the Town's ability to effectively control and limit the impacts of construction, and to regulate, monitor, and enforce provisions concerning construction management in order to preserve the health, safety, and welfare of the Town and its citizens, and WHEREAS, in order to achieve the goals and objectives of the Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan, the Town has engaged the services of a Construction Coordinator and has implemented a Construction Information Initiative, and WHEREAS, in order to further achieve those goals and objectives, the Town intends to procure the necessary environmental monitoring equipment to ensure compliance with established regulatory standards and thresholds, and WHEREAS, Town staff from several Town Departments have been engaged in the establishment and ongoing management of construction coordination and impact mitigation efforts, and WHEREAS, the costs of each of these efforts, resource allocations, and equipment purchases have been, or are expected to be realized and paid by the Town, and WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that it is appropriate that the new costs generated as a result of new development and construction activity be paid for by the developers and/or contractors responsible for generating said costs, and Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2007 Page 2 WHEREAS, the Town Council hereby finds that the amendments and revisions to the Municipal Code as hereinafter set forth are necessary for the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED; by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: 1. That Chapter 4 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby amended by adding a section, which section reads as follows: a. Section 4-43. Allocation of Construction Mitigation Fees: The fees paid and collected under Chapter 18, Section 18-42(g)1, and by virtue of this subsection, shall be used to pay for costs generated as a result of new development and construction activity. These fees shall be allocated to pay for each new development's equitable and incremental share of the costs of planning, maintenance, management, environmental monitoring, equipment purchases, repair, improvement, renewal, replacement, reconstruction, advertising, and all other items incidental to the operation and implementation of the Town's Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan. The cost of employing (or contracting with) a Construction Coordinator, and any costs associated therewith shall be paid for with revenue generated by these fees. The implementation of a Town-wide Construction Information Initiative shall also be funded with revenue generated by these fees. Finally, the fees collected may be used to pay for a proportionate share of the costs of accounting, planning, management, administration and general government of the Town. 2. That Chapter 18 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby amended by adding a section, which section reads as follows: a. Section 18-42(g)1. Construction Mitigation Fees: In addition to the other fees set forth in this section, a Construction Mitigation Fee shall be charged in accordance with the following schedule, which shall be due and payable at the time of issuance of a Building Permit. Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2007 Page 3 Assessment Rate Type of Structure per SF of Floor Area Multiple-lot: Single Family or Duplex Residential 1.00 Multiple Family Residential 1.00 Mixed-Use and Commercial 1.00 Public Facilities and Affordable Housing 1.00 Demo and Rebuild of Existing Building Area 1.00 This fee will be imposed for new construction and for floor area added to existing construction. Single family and duplex residential development on a single lot shall be exempt from this fee. The measurement of floor areas for the purpose of this Section shall be the same as measuring floor area for Floor Area Ratio as defined in Chapter 16A of the TOSV Municipal Code. 3. 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 by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on August 60ctober 15, 2007 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and against. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on 2007 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and _ against. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2007 Page a ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John Dresser, Town Attorney Town of Snowmass Village Construction Coordination & Impact Mitigation Plan (CCIMP) Background& Purpose The CCIMP was developed in an effort to provide Council and the Community with a tool that: 1.Establishes a set of acceptable thresholds to address the cumulative impacts of land development and construction; 2.Identifies conceptual and approved projects that are anticipated to be built over time throughout Snowmass Village; and 3.Enables the projection of sequential timeframes within which, each particular project would likely become eligible to receive a Town Building Permit (based upon anticipated project approval timelines and compliance with tolerance thresholds for various types of impacts). The purpose of this tool is to: A. Provide Council with an unambiguous, Town-developed mechanism for regulating the quantity of construction (and construction-related impacts) that would be permitted at any given time; B. Provide the Community with a clear expectation of the overall plan for Village- wide development and the impacts associated therewith; and C. Ensure that a particular standard of livability will be maintained at all times, while providing the flexibility necessary to accommodate the changing needs of the development community. Impact Thresholds & Performance Standards 1. Right of Way Impacts a. Other than for emergency responses, unanticipated road closures associated with construction activity will not be permitted. b. Traffic Control will be coordinated and managed on primary roadways to a maximum of: i. Two (2) Five-minute stops during the shoulder seasons, and ii. No stops during the Summer and Winter Peak Seasons, Special Events, or Holidays (as such periods or days are defined annually by Council Resolution). iii. This threshold may be exceeded upon receipt of written authorization from the Town Manager or Chief Building Official. c. Contractors will be required to communicate and abide by clearly defined timeframes regarding the duration of ROW impacts. d. Contractors will proactively maintain and continuously monitor the cleanliness of public roadways. Any mud or dirt tracked into the ROW will be removed promptly. 2. Air Quality a. Contractors will be required to submit a fugitive dust control plan addressing how dust will be kept to a minimum at the project site. Control options established by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment shall be implemented in all areas of disturbed earth, including temporary haul roads, material staging areas, and open excavations. Any visible dust migration coming off of a project site will require the immediate application of enhanced control measures. b. PM-10 monitoring will continue to measure the particulates important to public health and safety. Allowable thresholds for this measurement include a 24- hour average not to exceed 150 ug/m3 and an annual average not to exceed 50 ug/m3. If required pursuant to project approvals, or at the discretion of the Chief Building Official, the Planning Director, or the Town's designated Environmental Consultant, an Air Quality (PM-10) Monitoring Plan may be required. c. Vehicles and equipment are prohibited from idling for prolonged periods of time in excess of 10-minutes. This standard will not apply where idling is required for worker, site, or material protection. 3. Noise a. Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 18-3 limits excessive noise producing activity (above 60db, measured at the property line) to the hours of 7am-6pm, Monday through Saturday. b. Maximum allowable daytime and construction-related noise shall be limited to 90db, unless written authorization to exceed this threshold is provided by the Town Manager or Chief Building Official . 4. Stormwater Management and Erosion Control a. Construction-caused water discoloration will not be permitted in Brush Creek or other waterways within the Town. b. Exceedences of State Water Quality Control Board thresholds for various particulate and bacterial levels within Town waterways shall not be permitted. 5. Customer Service and Public Information a. The Renaissance of Snowmass will be emphasized as a positive evolution of our resort community, with a clear message that the Town remains "open for business" during construction. b. Traffic control personnel will be trained and required to provide friendly customer service (i.e., a wave and a smile) and accurate visitor information. c. Clear, consistent, and honest information will be communicated through signage, print, radio, television, and web-based media. d. Residents and business owners will be actively informed of any construction activity proposed in close proximity to their properties. e.. Weekly coordination meetings will be open to the public, and open lines of communication will be maintained between the Town, its Citizens, and the Development Community. 6. Transit Service a. Transit vehicles, including Village Shuttle buses and RFTA service from the Village Mall, will receive priority from traffic control personnel, such that reasonable headways can be maintained and transfers to regional bus service at the Brush Creek Intercept Lot will not be compromised. 7. Peak Seasons, Special Events and Holidays a. Construction impacts (i.e., excessive noise producing construction and vehicle activity, road and lane closures, or other "high-impact" activities) will be effectively limited or prohibited during peak seasons (Winter and Summer), special events and holidays, as such periods and specific dates are determined on an annual basis by Council Resolution. b. Contractors will be required to meet commitments concerning limitations on road closures, noise, heavy equipment use, or other impactful activities to accommodate special events. 8. Public Safety a. Emergency access in and out of the Village, and to all locations throughout the Village, will be maintained at all times. b. Safe pedestrian & bike trail connections will be maintained throughout the Village. c. Work under construction will have the necessary approvals and permits limiting "at-risk" construction) and will be built according to plan. 9. Enforcement a. The Impact Thresholds and Performance Standards described above will be applied to any active development project within the Town of Snowmass Village. Additional Standards and Regulations pertaining to Construction Management can be found in Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 18- 10. b. As a guiding principle, the Town's enforcement tools will be applied firmly and consistently in order to develop a reasonable expectation on the part of the development community and to ensure greater compliance with established limits. c. The Town's enforcement policy, which clearly identifies the steps to be taken and remedies pursued in events of non-compliance can be found in SVMC Section 18-10. Construction Coordination And Construction Information Initiatives Construction Coordination A Construction Coordinator will be employed by the Town of Snowmass Village to actively engage developer and contractor representatives for all active construction projects throughout the Village. This group will meet regularly to discuss and coordinate activities to ensure compliance with adopted tolerance thresholds of the Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan (CCIMP) and other Town regulations concerning construction management. The Construction Coordinator will serve as a single point of contact regarding construction coordination and information and will work with all developers/contractors, traffic control contractors, and communicators to meet several of the objectives discussed in the CCIMP. The Construction Coordinator's job description is attached for further clarification on the roles and responsibilities of this individual. Construction Information Initiatives The Town's Community Relations Department will work closely with developers and contractors to collect construction-related information on a weekly, or as needed, basis. This information will be compiled and disseminated to the public in a number of ways. Under the lead of the Community Relations Department a representative group of communicators will be responsible for all internal processes to facilitate the sharing of construction information. Information Action Plan I. Meet with marketing partners and conduct focus groups to create positive messages and start developing the plan. Build consensus on how to approach the initiative. (This will be an ongoing action item). II. Engage the public in a series of outreach meetings and small group meetings with local business owners & managers, homeowners associations and community groups. (This will be an ongoing action item). III. Create a toolbox for the communications plan to include but not be limited to: Seasonal Newsletters: 1) Designed to focus on the guest experience (what they can expect) 2) Designed to inform residents and employees. Weekly combined print ads in the Snowmass Sun: Construction Updates. Website: Creation of one website that every project is linked to: Construction projects will have a link from the main page to each individual project 2) Construction Updates on Each Project 3) Progress 4) Timelines 5) What's to come. One-on-one meetings / outreach meetings: One of the most effective ways to reach the citizens and business owners is face-to-face. Contractors will be expected to meet with businesses on a regular basis. Comprehensive Signage: Direct users to businesses and trails. Create a series of maps to clearly identify construction areas and construction impacts for guests. Maps would be stationed around town and sent to lodging properties, reservation holders and prospective inquires. Weekly E-Bulletins: Weekly communication on construction updates town-wide —voluntary registration. Contact Cards: lead contact names and numbers for each project and Town representatives. Community Wide Survey— Guest Service Survey Positive messaging and awareness to partners and the Aspen community. This initiative will primarily focus on town-wide construction updates, communication on development projects, and a positive source for the town-wide revitalization effort. CONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR The hiring of a Construction Coordinator is an essential component of the Town's Construction Coordination and Impact Mitigation Plan (CCIMP). This position will serve as a single point-of-contact for construction-related information, citizen complaints, public communications, and Town-wide project coordination efforts. This person is generally envisioned to be someone with either a civil engineering or construction management background, as well as excellent people skills. Position Summary: The purpose of the Construction Coordinator is to minimize the impacts of development projects by working directly with contractors, developers, residents, business owners, and Town staff to coordinate and manage construction activities within the Town limits. Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelors Degree from a college or university in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, Planning, or a related field. Ten (10) years in construction management, zoning (or other law) enforcement, civil engineering, or planning. The Bachelors Degree may be substituted with any combination of work experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge, abilities, and skills as the required degree. Job Duties: Point-of-Contact: Communication, correspondence, and meeting attendance to provide the Town and Community-at-large with a single point of contact regarding development activity within.Snowmass Village. Meetings include Town Council, staff, developers, utility companies, community interest groups, one-on- one and neighborhood meetings, public open houses, and other events. Maintain records documenting all communications, correspondence, and meetings. Coordinate with Town Community Relations Department to produce and coordinate informational communications regarding Town-wide construction activity. Point-of-contact extends to general public, businesses, residents, and media. Provide written and presentation updates on Town-wide development issues, impacts, schedules, phasing, construction details, public comments, etc. to Town Council, Staff, and others on a monthly basis, or more frequently, if necessary. Provide meeting facilitation, including agenda preparation, meeting notes, distribution, and follow-up. Scheduling: Develop and maintain master schedules of all key construction activities. Three schedules are to be developed and maintained: 1. Overall Schedule — Conceptual phasing expressed by seasonal activity through completion of major redevelopment. Least detailed schedule. Updated once a year. 2. Three Year Schedule — Detail expressed in months with anticipated phasing of excavations, foundations, vertical, finish, and landscaping. Updated every 6 months. 3. One Year Schedule— Detail expressed in weeks. Include phasing and project coordination details. Updated weekly according to contractor schedules. Each of these schedules will identify any formal decisions and/or approvals necessary for project development. Project Coordination: Provide general coordination and facilitate weekly meetings amongst all active developers and contractors, utility companies, and relevant Town Departments and Special District staff including, fire, water and sanitation, police, planning, and public works to address project schedules, phasing, and construction details. Traffic Control Management: Provide general supervision and administration of Town-wide traffic control contract. Review and approve, in collaboration with the . appropriate Town staff, proposed methods of handling traffic. Impact Assessment and Problem Solving: Identification and documentation of the critical issues and problem areas anticipated or experienced with individual projects and overall development activity levels. Endeavor to resolve all issues as they are identified or arise. Problems areas will be documented as to issue, involved parties, needed actions, and status. Track Project Commitments and Changes: Provide tracking of developer and Town commitments throughout development. For all changes to the work, track and determine implications to individual project schedules and Town-wide coordination efforts, and evaluate potential impacts to guests, residents, and businesses. Monitoring and Enforcement: Monitor and report on all environmental, roadway, and localized impacts. Receive, investigate, and respond to citizen complaints and inquiries regarding code and development control violations. Coordinate and conduct regular site investigations, evaluate ongoing compliance with applicable regulations, and provide education for violators with respect to conduct and conditions observed. Handle communication and conflict resolution among contractors and property owners. Provide warning notices to developers when out of compliance with applicable regulations or established performance specifications. Work with other Town Departments when continued violations occur, and issue notices of violation or stop-work orders when necessary. Prepare detailed investigative reports, and coordinate efforts with Town Attorney and other Town departments to prepare for litigation required to enforce code and development control regulations. Inspect Public Projects: Provide coordination and inspection of Town projects utility improvements, roadway improvements, etc.) to be performed by private developers. Provide and facilitate regular coordination meetings. As-Builts: Ensure that all "as-built' construction drawings are updated and archived. Annual Development Activity, Right of Way Improvements, Revenue and Expense Projections forthe Town of Snowmass Village Construction Mitigation Fee Anticipated Do P a zoo] 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013- 2018 Project Sq. Pt Project Sq. Ft Project Sil Project Sq. Ft Project Sq. FL Project Sq. Ft Project Sq. FL Gymnasium 10, 000 Sam' s Knob Restaurant 10, 000 Timbermil 50, 000 Upper Draw Housing 60, 000 Base Village 10AB 116 570 Base Village 12 57, 445 West Village 70, 000 Base Village 13A 196, 489 Rodeo Housing Ph2 23, 000 Base Village 5 98, 129 Base Village 11 64. 220 Snowmass Center ] 0, 000 Snowmass Center ] 0, 000 TOTAL( Par year) 70, 000 Base Village 13B 78, 800 Base Village 4AB 12, 592 Base Village GAB 1478 Base vilage Aqua Ch. 3, 500 West Village 0, 000 West Village 70, 000 Rodeo Housing Phase l 25, 000 Base Village 16957 Base Village 9C 1, 034 Snoemass Center 70, 000 TOTAL 258, 570 TOTAL 197, 40.5 Club Commons ll 40. 000 Base Village] 27, 927 Fanny 1411 Cabins 24. 425 West Nllage 70. 000 Sindair Meadows 80, 000 Base Village 92, 791 Snowmass Center 70, 000 TOTAL 267, 720 TOTAL 430, 289 Snowmass Chapel 18, 000 TOTAL 245, 066 TOTAL 201, 267 Antics and ROW lm rovemente Upper 8 Lower Wood Rd. Camageeay Gap Section( 7) Camageway Gap Section( 7) OwVBrush Roundabout Elbert Lane Snowmelt Rd. Realignment Brush Ck Rd. Enhance Brush Creek Rd, WoodlBrush Roundabout( 7) WoodlBrush Roundabout( 7) Wood Road ROW Daly Lane Entryway Owl Creek Rd. Bus Shelters Mall Transit Center Carriageway Snowmass Center Access Upper Keams Rd. Stream Restoration 7 Star Boulevard Brush Ck. Bridge Average Annual Raindrop Projection 2007 through 2012 2007 43, 289 2008 201267 2009 245, 066 2010 267, 720 2011 258, 570 2012 191445 Annual Average 266, 726 Average Annual Evpenge Projections 2% annual decrease 2007 Through" 12 2007 2]5, 000 2008 269, 500 2009 264, 110 2010 258, 828 2011 253, 651 2012 248, 578 Annual AVera a 261, 611 2007 Construction Mitigation Cost Projections Construction Coordinator 115,800 Information Initiatives 122,200 Equipment Purchases 30,000 Miscellaneous Expenses 7,000 Total 275,000 Construction Coordinator Position Annual Fee Estimate (2007) Non-Construction Season: 5 months x 4.33 weeksimonth x 16 hours/week @$77.40/hour 26,8'I'L3ti Construction Season: 7 months x 4.33 weeks/month x 30 hourslweek @$77.40,1hour 70,379.82 Overtime=4 months x 4.33 weekslmonth x 5 hours`week x$125 40thour 10,859.64 Reimbursables Vehicle Expense: 13,000 miles@$0T0,'mile 7,800 TOTAL $115,850.82 I:tproposals''QOOTTar of Snowy ss\Rofessional ServicesTOSV Construction Coordinator doc Construction Information Initiative Line Items 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Personnel Services Payroll 30,000.00 $32,000.00 $34,000.00 $36,000.00 $38,000.00 Payroll -Overtime Payroll - Benefits 6,000.00 $6,400.00 $6,800.00 $7,200.00 $7,600.00 Trainin s Registrations 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 Travel 500.00 500.00 500.001 500.00 500.00 Purchased Services Contract Services 27,200.00 $28,200.00 $29,200.00 $29,200.00 $29,200.00 Operating and Maintenance Advertising 30,000.00 $30,000.00 $30,000.00 $30,000.00 $30,000.00 Printing 13,000.00 $14,000.00 $15,000.00 $16,000.00 $17,000.00 Public Relations 10,000.00 $11,000.00 $11,000.00 $11,000.00 $11,000.00 Equipment 4,300.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 Miscellaneous 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 Office Supplies 500.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 Capital Cash Purschases 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 Totals 122,200.00 $124,500.001 $128,900.001 $132,300.001 $135,700.00 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: David Peckler Transportation Director DATE: October 15, 2007 SUBJECT: EOTC 2007 Sales and Use Tax Budget - Supplemental I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Staff requests Council's approval of Resolution 24 of 2007 to appropriate funds for the projects added to the 2007 Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) budget for the Pitkin County ''/z Cent Sales and Use Tax. II.BACKGROUND / NEED FOR COMP PLAN UPDATE Attached is the Supplemental budget for 2007. The additions to this budget are: 1. Funding for the construction of bus lanes along the Highway 82 corridor from Buttermilk to the Roundabout. Total funding approved for project is $8,000,000. 2. Funding for RFTA to continue the free Snowmass-Aspen bus service for the remainder of the summer of 2007. Total funding for project is $36,500. The budget items were discussed and approved at the EOTC meetings on September 20 and July 19, 2007. III. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS Approval by all three jurisdictions, which comprise the EOTC, are necessary for appropriation of the Pitkin County '/z Cent Sales and Use Tax. IV. DISCUSION ITEMS / NEXT STEPS NA V. NEXT STEPS / MAJOR MILESTONES NA VI. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Resolution. Multi- year Plan EOTC Transit Project Funding 2006 2007 Plan Plan Plan Plan Actual Bud ell 2008 2009 2010 2011 a) Pitkin County 1/ 2% sales tax 3, 825, 453 4, 027, 000 4, 240, 000 4, 465, 000 4, 702, 000 4, 951, 000 b) Pitkin County 1/ 2% use tax 574, 180 520, 000 530, 000 541, 000 552, 000 563, 000 c) Investment income& misc. 705, 319 669, 000 307, 000 299, 000 224, 000 310, 000 d) Reimbursement of expenditures 69, 752 Total Funding Sources 5, 174, 704 5, 216, 000 5, 077, 000 5, 305, 000 5, 478, 000 5, 824, 000 1) Use tax collection costs 29, 910 39, 778 41, 886 44, 106 46, 444 48, 905 2) Project design, mgmt, & admin. 16, 078 47, 146 48, 325 49, 533 50, 771 52, 040 3) Bus stop safety imprvs/ cab ride in- lieu 7, 013 16, 000 16, 400 16, 810 17, 230 17, 661 4) X- Games transit subsidy 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 5) Brush Creek parking expansion 769, 961 772, 198 6) Brush Creek parking expansion - annual operating costs 2, 060 20, 800 21, 632 22, 497 23, 397 24, 333 7) Snowmass Village transit improvements 300, 000 512, 000 2, 750, 000 2, 938, 000 8) RFTA contribution ( 81. 04% of 1/ 2% sales tax) 3, 100, 147 3, 263, 481 3, 436, 096 3, 618, 436 3, 810, 501 4, 012, 290 9) Grant match for 4 hybrid buses 420, 000 10) New Century Transportation Foundation 80, 000 20, 000 11) Sewer hookup for RFTA Aspen Bus Maintenance Facility 165, 000 12) Reevaluation of the Entrance to Aspen FEIS 200, 000 13) Public process for Entrance to Aspen 118, 500 14) Main Street transit lane& street access closures 104, 489 213, 511 15) Buttermilk to Roundabout bus lanes, final design 500, 000 16) RFTA BRT implementation plan, matching funds up to 200, 000 Supplemental Requests 17) Free Snowmass- Aspen bus for remainder of summer 36, 500 18) Buttermilk to Roundabout bus lanes, construction 8, 000, 000 Total Uses 4, 159, 658 14, 382, 914 4, 126, 339 6, 551, 382 6, 936, 343 4, 155, 230 EOTC ANNUAL SURPLUS/( DEFICIT) 1, 015, 046 ( 9, 166, 914) 950, 661 ( 1, 246, 382) ( 1, 458, 343) 1, 668, 770 EOTC CUMULATIVE SURPLUS/( DEFICIT) 14, 270, 922 5, 104, 008 6, 054, 669 4, 808, 287 3, 349, 944 6, 477, 057 10/ 9/ 2007 07 EOTC S Budget 10 15 07 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 24 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO APPROVING A SUPPLEMENTAL 2007 BUDGET FOR THE PITKIN COUNTY % CENT TRANSIT SALES AND USE TAX WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Council, the Aspen city council, and the Board of County Commissioners (the 'Parties") have previously identified general elements of their Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan (the 'Plan") which are eligible for funding from Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax; and WHEREAS, by intergovernmental agreement dated September 14, 1993, the Parties agreed: a. To conduct regular public meetings to continue to refine and agree upon proposed projects and transportation elements consistent with or complimentary to the Plan; and, b. That all expenditures and projects to be funded from the County-wide one-half cent transit sales and use tax shall be agreed upon by the Parties and evidenced by a resolution adopted by the governing body of each parry; and, WHEREAS, at public meetings held on September 20, and July 19, 2007, the Parties considered and approved the following supplemental budget requests for the year 2007 for the Pitkin County one-half cent transit sales and use tax: a. $8,000,000 for construction of bus lanes between Buttermilk and the Aspen roundabout; b. $36,500 for the continuation of the free Snowmass-Aspen bus for the remainder of the summer season; and, WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council desires to ratify the approvals given at the September 20 and July 19, 2007 meetings by adoption of this resolution; and, WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village Town Council finds that the adoption of this Resolution is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. 03-45 RESO. Page 2 of 2 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, that the following supplemental 2007 one-half cent transit sales and use tax expenditure budgets are hereby approved: Buttermilk to Roundabout Bus Lanes, Construction 8,000,000 Free Snowmass-Aspen Bus For Reminder Of Summer 36,500 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on the 15th of October 2007 upon a motion made by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_in favor and , opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM John Dresser, Town Attorney ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk 2 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Planning Department DATE: October 15, 2007 meeting SUBJECT: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 17, SERIES OF 2007: SNOWMASS CLUB COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN AMENDMENT This particular application is a Comprehensive Sign Plan modification for the Snowmass Club pursuant to Section 16A-4-560, Comprehensive Sion Plan, of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code, for the property located on Parcel 10 and Lots 1 and 3 of Parcel 4 of the Snowmass Club Phase I and II Replat. Applicant: Aspen Skiing Company Project representative: Don Schuster Planner: Jim Wahlstrom I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF TOWN COUNCIL: Purpose: The primary purpose of this meeting would be to open the public hearing, take public comments, and then review or consider the ordinance and the exhibits, which more specifically describe the proposed Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment. Action Requested of Town Council: Approve, modify or deny the first reading of the ordinance. II. SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT. The last Comprehensive Sign Plan for the Snowmass Club was approved by Ordinance No. 23, Series of 2001 (Ordinance 23). A total of 11 signs were approved at that time. Dimensional parameters of the existing signs are explained further below. See the summary table of the changes in Exhibit "A" of the attached Ordinance 17, Series of 2007 (Ordinance 17). With the proposed Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment, the Applicant has confirmed that the proposed directional Signs #3 through #6C would replace previously approved Signs C through F under Ordinance 23 (six sign replacements). Six new signs are being added. Two signs are being removed. Three existing signs remain. The net difference is that the Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment would include 15 signs, four more than previously approved under Ordinance 23. The proposed Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment is more specifically described in attached Exhibit "A" of Ordinance 17. Also reference as needed the staff analysis in the previous report provided at the September 17, 2007 meeting. t III. BACKGROUND The last Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment for the Snowmass Club was approved by Ordinance No. 23, Series of 2001 (Ordinance 23). The original Comprehensive Sign Plan for the site was approved by Ordinance No. 16, Series of 1993. At the Town Council meeting on September 17, 2007, the Applicant initially presented the currently proposed Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment to the Council members for preliminary input. Staff understood from the discussions that Council might be generally accepting of the Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment program, but that it was subject to first obtaining public reaction via a scheduled public hearing. Based on this initial input and direction, Staff has prepared the attached ordinance and sign exhibits for first reading consideration at the October 15, 2007 meeting. IV. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS The attached ordinance lists findings pursuant to the applicable review criteria for evaluating Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendments. Town Council needs to be satisfied that the language in the findings section of the ordinance, pertaining to the review criteria, is acceptable. Also, pursuant to Code Section 16A-4-540, Standards applicable to particular tvoes of si ns, below is a summary of the affected provisions for freestanding signs if a comprehensive sign plan were not submitted to allow flexibility from these standards: Height of freestanding on-premise signs: Maximum five (5) feet above the highest grade elevation at the base of the sign. Width: No more than seven (7) feet wide. Display area: Maximum of 17.5 square feet, including architectural embellishments and background materials. Location: To be within a landscaped area. Signs shall not project into the public rights-of-way unless granted a variance and that such signs do not interfere with vehicular sight distance. Illumination: Freestanding signs may be indirectly illuminated, provided it does not adversely affect pedestrian or vehicular traffic. Pursuant to the Lighting Ordinance No. 18, Series of 2003, there are certain requirements that apply to signs as follows: Section 18-265h: "Up lighting is only permitted if the light distribution from the fixture is effectively contained by an overhanging architectural or landscaping element. Such elements may include awnings, dense shrubs or year-round tree canopies which can functionally contain or limit illumination of the sky. In these cases the fixture spacing is limited to one fixture per 150 square feet of area and total lamp wattage within a fixture of 35 watts." Section 18-266: In addition to the provisions of Section 18-265, the following provisions shall further regulate lighting of signs: 2 a. "Sign illumination shall not exceed 75 foot-candles as measured at the brightest point on the sign face:' b. "Only lighting that conforms with the Residential Lighting Standards shall illuminate signs in residential neighborhoods and zone districts." c. "Illuminated signs, equal to or larger than 20 square feet in size, shall be turned off no later than 11:00 p.m. or one-half hour after the use to which it is appurtenant to is closed, whichever is later." The required 15-day public hearing notice was published in the Snowmass Sun on September 26, 2007 (see Attachment 1). The Applicant submitted signed affidavits for the required mailing of the public hearing notice. V. DISCUSION ITEMS: ALTERNATIVES AND IMPLICATIONS 1. Determine whether the proposed signs are compatible with other existing or envisioned signs on the premises or surrounding areas. 2. Determine whether the proposed signs, including font and background sizes, profiles, heights, numbers (i.e., four more than previously approved), and monument designs as well as materials and colors are consistent with and minimize impacts pursuant to the 'purpose' intent for comprehensive sign plans. 3. Determine whether the sign plan meets the illumination and lighting standards of the Code (see next paragraph below for more specific information). 4. Determine if a variance might be appropriate or permissible for allowing signs in public rights-of-way or other public property, or if they should be relocated (e.g., Signs #1, #2 and #8). Concerning the sign lighting situation, the Applicant responded as of October 11, 2007 indicating that they are still having an issue on the lighting for the hillside sign (e.g., Sign H). The light on the entry sign at the Clubhouse and Brush Creek intersection is what they would like to use on the smaller signs, however, there is no lighting specifications provided for the existing light source. Per the message received, the Applicant would like to ask council to approve all the signs and to let them work with Staff to approve the lighting on the Hillside sign administratively once they have the sign up and can perfect the application to conform with town lighting regulations. Please note that the Planning Commission recommendations, which also address lighting, are included in the attached Council Ordinance 17 (Attachment 2). VI. OTHER HEADINGS RELATED TO THE TOPICS Attachments: 1. Public hearing notice published and mailed; 2. Ordinance No. 17, Series of 2007, with exhibits. Previously issued separate handout: Reference as needed the previous application notebook handed out for the initial presentation at the September 17, 2007 Council meeting. The application provided dimensional parameters, photos, simulations and the staking locations for the proposed signs or replacements, most of which are provided in Exhibit 'A' of attached Ordinance 17. 3 VII. SUMMARY OF STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Staff advises that some of the proposed signs, in particular the new stone slab entry signs, may be outside the scale of signs previously approved for projects within the Town. Signs approved in the past included low-profile monument signs with discreet sign area faces. The Snowmass Club signs in some cases exceed the typical standards for sign permits without a Comprehensive Sign Plan (see summary standards above in Section IV). Secondly, if Council desires to view more specific lighting examples on site or demonstrations, then Staff recommends that Council not act on the first reading of the ordinance until that has taken place. If so, the public hearing should be continued to the next meeting. Otherwise, if there are no objections, Staff recommends that Council approve the attached Ordinance 17 with its exhibits, as may be amended at the meeting. Please note that the recommendations provided by Planning Commission Resolution No. 14, Series of 2007, as provided to Council at the September 171" meeting were carried forward into Ordinance 17 as conditions because Staff understood there were no objections expressed at that time to those recommendations. VIII. NEXT STEPS Next Steps include: If the first reading of Ordinance 17 is approved, with or without revisions, then schedule the second reading of Ordinance 17 and continue the public hearing to the meeting on November 5, 2007. 4 ATTACHMENT 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, October 15, 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 (2nd) Floor 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, Colorado WHY: To receive public comment on ORDINANCE No. 17, SERIES OF 2007, TO CONSIDER A COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN AMENDMENT FOR THE SNOWMASS CLUB. CODE: The application is being processed as a Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment application pursuant to Section 16A-4-560 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 may 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 September 26, 2007. 1 ATTACHMENT 2 3 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 4 TOWN COUNCIL 5 6 ORDINANCE No. 17 7 SERIES OF 2007 8 9 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN AMENDMENT FOR 10 THE SNOWMASS CLUB. 11 12 WHEREAS, the Snowmass Village Town Council ('Town Council') adopted 13 Ordinance No. 25, Series of 1984, amending the Land Use Code and establishing 14 regulations for signs within the community; and 15 16 WHEREAS, the Town Council subsequently adopted Ordinance No. 16, Series of 17 1993, approving the original Comprehensive Sign Plan for the Snowmass Club and Lodge; 18 and 19 20 WHEREAS, the Town Council subsequently adopted Ordinance No. 4, Series of 21 1998, and Ordinance No. 7, Series of 2000, amending the provisions within the Land Use 22 Code which included regulations for signs within the community; and 23 24 WHEREAS, Section 16A-4-560 of the Land Use Code establishes provisions for a 25 Comprehensive Sign Plan, the intent of which is to provide flexibility from the adopted sign 26 standards when said Plan receives approval by the Town; and 27 28 WHEREAS, the Snowmass Club Associates submitted a Comprehensive Sign Plan 29 Amendment on June 21, 2001 that was reviewed by the Planning Commission and 30 approved by the Town Council via Ordinance No. 23, Series of 2001 (Ordinance 23); and 31 32 WHEREAS, the Aspen Skiing Company ("Applicant') submitted a second 33 Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment on June 11, 2007 in accordance with the provisions 34 established in the Municipal Code and as further described or illustrated in attached Exhibit 35 "A" incorporated herein by reference; and 36 37 WHEREAS, the Applicant submitted on July 25, 2007, August 2007 and October 5, 38 2007 supplemental information and revisions to their Comprehensive Sign Plan 39 Amendment mainly in response to the Planning Commission discussion and directives at a 40 meeting on July 18, 2007, their recommendations in Resolution No. 14, Series of 2007, and 41 for the purpose of clarifying the signs to remain, to be removed, replaced or added; and 42 43 WHEREAS, public meetings were held on July 18, 2007 and August 1, 2007 before 44 the Planning Commission to review the application, revisions or supplements thereto, 45 consider the Staff report, and to provide recommendations to Town Council via Resolution 46 No. 14, Series of 2007; and 47 48 WHEREAS, a minimum 15-day public hearing notice was published in the 49 Snowmass Sun on September 26, 2007 for the first reading of this ordinance scheduled for 50 Town Council review and consideration on October 15, 2007, and the Applicant submitted TC Ord. 07-17 Page 2 of 4 51 the signed affidavits for the mailing of the public hearing notices to affected property 52 owners; and 53 54 WHEREAS, the Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment was processed in 55 accordance with the provisions outlined in Section 16A-4-560 of the Land Use Code. 56 57 Section One: Findings. The Town Council has reviewed the Comprehensive Sign Plan 58 Amendment and supplemental revisions and finds that: 59 60 1) The Applicant has presented special circumstances, such as the landscaping in the 61 roundabout and the new amenities on the site, which deserve flexibility from the 62 standards prescribed in Chapter 16A-4-560(a), Comprehensive Sign Plan, of the 63 Municipal Code and that said flexibility is in the best interest of the community. 64 65 2) The Amended Comprehensive Sign Plan has been submitted and acceptably 66 processed in accordance with requirements of the Municipal Code, as described in 67 Section 16A-4-560. 68 69 3) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-560(c)(6)bi, the proposed amendment does not adversely 70 affect the development and preservation of the entire sign plan. 71 72 4) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-560(c)(6)b2, the proposed amendment does not adversely 73 affect surrounding land uses. 74 75 5) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-560(c)(6)b3, the proposed amendment does not conflict with 76 the purposes of the Municipal Code's Comprehensive Sign Plan Division under Section 77 16A-4-500 in that: 78 79 a) The signs are compatible with their surroundings; 80 b) The signs are appropriate to the type of activity to which they pertain; 81 c) The signs satisfactorily leave the impression that they are expressive of the identity 82 of both individual proprietors and the community as a whole; 83 d) The signs acceptably convey legibility in the circumstances in which they are seen; 84 e) The Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment suitably enhances the economy and 85 the businesses within the Town by promoting the reasonable, orderly and effective 86 display of the signs and encourages better communication with the public; and 87 f) The Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment adequately preserves the open and 88 uncluttered feeling characteristic of the Town. 89 90 6) Pursuant to Section 16A-4-560(c)(6)b4, the proposed amendment would not be granted 91 solely to confer a special benefit upon any party. 92 93 7) The Applicant has satisfactorily demonstrated that the lighting for the signs meets the 94 illumination or lighting standards in the Municipal Code or the lighting ordinance. The 95 Applicant's demonstration of the sign lighting and/or sample nighttime photos or 96 displays of the proposed LED lamps for the proposed indirectly lit signs were 97 acceptable. 98 99 8) A variance to allow certain signs within the public rights-of-way of Brush Creek Road, 100 Highline Road and Snowmass Club Circle as well as the athletic field seems 101 acceptable, provided the Applicant mitigates impacts as identified or determined by the TC Ord. 07-17 Page 3 of 4 102 Town's Public Works Department prior to execution of a license agreement for such 103 signs. 104 105 9) The signs proposed within the Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment are acceptably 106 located on or beside the Snowmass Club Associates property, as identified on the 107 attached maps as part of Exhibit"A." 108 109 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of 110 Snowmass Village, Colorado, that: 111 112 Section Two: Action. The Town Council hereby approves of the Comprehensive Sign 113 Plan Amendment for the Snowmass Club, as attached hereto as Exhibit "A," subject to the 114 Applicant complying with or implementing the conditions below in Section Three of this 115 ordinance. Said plan is permitted to supersede the Town's sign regulations, as described 116 in Chapter 16A-4-500, Sion standards, of the Municipal Code, as well as Ordinance 23, 117 only with respect to the signs identified herein. 118 119 Section Three: Conditions. As part of the approval, the Applicant shall comply with or 120 implement the following conditions: 121 122 1) The signs shall be placed or installed to adequately provide a clearance setback of 123 the signs from the back of walkway or curb line in order to avoid conflicts with 124 pedestrians, bicyclists, and vehicles. 125 126 2) The Applicant shall research down lighting options for possible usage versus the 127 proposed uplighting, where feasible and practical, even though such uplighting is 128 permitted by the lighting ordinance. 129 130 3) The Applicant shall consider where feasible and practical the usage of alternative 131 lighting sources for the affected signs such as: 132 a) Providing baffled, focused lighting directly upon the sign areas; 133 b) Providing down lighting fixtures; or 134 c) Back-lit 'Snowmass Club' lettering versus lighting the entire sign face. 135 136 4) The Applicant shall demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the Town's Chief Building 137 Official, that the lighting for the signs can meet the standards of the lighting 138 ordinance provisions regarding the equivalent uplighting lamp-fixture lighting 139 maximum of 35 watts, if utilized, within a 150 square foot area and/or the maximum 140 75 foot-candle limit measured at the brightest point on the sign face. 141 142 5) Street lighting shall not be used for purpose of illuminating signs. 143 144 6) The Amended Comprehensive Sign Plan for Snowmass Club, as revised July 25, 2007, 145 August 2007, and October 5, 2007, as further illustrated in attached Exhibit "A;' shall 146 supersede the Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment for the Snowmass Club 147 approved via Ordinance No. 23, Series of 2001. 148 149 7) A license agreement shall be required for any signs proposed within the public rights- 150 of-way or property. The Applicant shall meet with the Town's Public Works 151 Department to determine their requirements concerning possible sight distance, TC Ord. 07-17 Page 4 of 4 152 location, and snow storage needs prior to execution of the license agreement and 153 prior to installation of the affected signs. 154 155 Section Four: Severability. If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to 156 any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other 157 provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid 158 provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. 159 160 INTRODUCED, READ, AND APPROVED, on first reading by the Town Council 161 on the motion of Council Member and the second of Council Member 162 by a vote of in favor and _against, on this 15'" day of October 2007. 163 164 READ, APROVED, AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council on 165 the motion of Council Member and the second of Council Member 166 by a vote of _ in favor and against, on this 5'" day of November 2007. 167 168 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 169 170 171 By: 172 Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor 173 174 ATTEST: 175 176 177 178 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 179 180 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 181 182 183 184 John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 185 186 187 Exhibit "A" of Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment attached) 188 EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 1 of 24 Written Summary of Snowmass Club Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment 2007 1. Sign H. This sign would be a replacement of the "Hillside sign" at the new roundabout near Highline Road and Brush Creek Road that would be indirectly illuminated. This was the sign "H location in Ordinance 23 that measured 50" high with a rectangular 30.5" by 120" sign face. With the revision, the Applicant now wishes to relocate the replacement Sign H farther to the west as shown in the packet photographs and staking locations. Replacement Sign H measures 48" high by 10 feet in length on generally the same sign area. Two 10" by 10" stone posts are being added on the ends of the sign. 2. Entryway signs. The addition of two new indirectly illuminated cast bronze signs on sandstone slabs near the south corners of Brush Creek Road and Clubhouse Drive. With the revision, the Applicant clarified that one of these signs replaces an existing non-conforming sign. The oval entry signs measure 30" x 52" mounted on 7.5-foof high by 44-inch wide sandstone slabs. 3. Sign #1. The addition of new Sign #1 for a directional sign to the Snowmass Club facilities on the southbound approach on Clubhouse Drive from Brush Creek Road. Sign #1 is a pedestal type sign measuring 5.5 feet in height with a 20" x 30" oval, double=faced sign area, which Staff believes could be placed within the parkway area between Clubhouse Drive and the detached sidewalk rather than next to or on the athletic field property. 4. Sign #2. The addition of new Sign #2 for a double-faced directional sign into the golf clubhouse and Black Saddle parking area. It is 5.5 feet in height with a 20" x 30" oval sign area. 5. Sign #3 is a directional sign for the Tennis Pro Shop replacing previously approved Sign F that had a 20" by 32" oval sign area and mounted to a height of 84". The new sign replacement would be turned 90-degrees so that it is visible from both directions (double-faced). The new sign is 5.5 feet in height with a 20"x 30" oval sign area. 6. Sign #4 is a directional sign for the parking areas serving the club residences and the additional athletic club parking replacing previously approved Sign D2 measuring 84" in height with a 20" by 32" oval sign area. The new sign measurements are the same as the other directional pedestal signs (see Sign 3 above). 7. Sign #5 was a previously proposed directional sign for the loading dock or deliveries that would have replaced previously approved Sign D (same sign measurements as Sign D2). The new sign would have been mounted to the outside wall of the Tennis building facing Clubhouse Drive, incorporating a oval sign area shape of a 20" x 30". The Planning Commission recommended that this, sign be deleted, and the Applicant has since concurred. Sign #5 is no longer proposed. EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 2 of 24 Continued Written Summary of Snowmass Club's Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment 2007 8. Sign #6AB is a double-faced indirectly illuminated directional sign at the main entrance to the Club parking from Clubhouse Drive directing guests to the restaurant, athletic club and reception area. This sign replaces previously approved Sign C measuring 84" tall with a 24" by 38" oval sign area. The new sign measurements are the same as the other directional pedestal signs see Sign #3 above). 9. Sign #6C is a new directional sign for the front building entrance to the restaurant, athletic club and reception area. The sign measurements are the same as the other directional pedestal signs. 10. Sign #8. As previously proposed, a new indirectly illuminated cast bronze oval Sign #8 measuring 32" x 48" on a 7.5-foot tall stone slab base was intended at the northeast corner of Snowmass Club Circle and Clubhouse Drive. This sign would replace the Sign C2 location in Ordinance 23. The Planning Commission recommended that the sign design be modified to reflect more of pedestal type directional sign designs versus a monument base design. The Applicant agreed to this recommendation. Two alternate locations were previously proposed, and the Applicant chose to propose a location for Sign #8 across the Snowmass Club Circle near the intersection with Clubhouse Drive for a double-faced arrangement, which may offer improved way fielding for visitors from both directions on Snowmass Club Circle. The proposed sign is a 20" by 48" oval mounted on two 7' by 7" stone posts. The heig t of the sign is proposed at 6'-5" tall. 11. The Highline Road sign, installed a year ago or so without a sign permit, is now proposed to be incorporated as part of the current Comprehensive Sign Plan amendment. This sign measures 29.5" x 52" on a 6-foot tall by 48" wide sandstone slab. As this existing non-conforming sign was not in the previous CSP application and approval via Ordinance 23, Planning Commission recommended that it be incorporated into the current CSP Amendment and retained in its current location. 12. Sign B. Previously approved Sign B under Ordinance 23 will remain by the circle in front of the main entrance off of Snowmass Club Circle. It is five feet tall with an oval sign area of 18.9 square feet on stone clad precast concrete walls pursuant to Ordinance 23. 13. Sign A. Previously approved Sign A, near the Club's main entrance off of Snowmass Club Circle, is now proposed for replacement pursuant to the revision of the Sign Plan Amendment. The previously approved sign measured 84" in height with a 29.5" by 52" oval sign together with a changeable backboard area of 20" by 57.5". The new replacement oval Sign A measures 29.5" x 52" on a 7-foot tall by 42" wide sandstone slab, similar to the other new entryway signs. It's proposed to be indirectly illuminated as previously approved by Ordinance 23. EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 3 of 24 Continued Written Summary of Snowmass Club's Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment 2007 14. Signs G and G1. Existing directional Signs G and G1 will remain at the Club Commons employee housing area. The Sign G measurements are also 84" tall with 20" by 32" oval shaped sign areas. Sign G1 is a wall-mounted oval sign measuring 37.5" by 65.5". 1 f Y ' rCsTv ILQF via z, eS ya , qe r X'., , ' rlF• sF l„i ti4+, 1,,, 1\: y V+ R Cq a r,•a!" P` — . d xn f ti° , A f" yr rY I t' l n _ ns Q1 y I EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 5 of 24 Approved Replaced by Added Signs Removed Remaining Signs Signs Signs H Hillside Sign G G G1 G1 E 3 F F D2 4 D D C1 NAB C2 8 A New Sign B B Highline Drive Sign Entryway Signs 2 1 2 6C 11 Signs 6 Signs 16 Signs 2 Signs 3 Signs ONINNVaSJOJIVII IV :4rlffVrIlVAV AJODISAR 4HI :4uvS :49dwI 9NIAkOrlrl0J :4HI EXHIMT 66 y/99 YC Ordinance OL7-197 Page 6 of 24 4 1 TO .. I 1 e. I z" kA4 N. .• Hillside Sign Proposed New Location Note Stakes) EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 7 of 24 33.92" N toOW p SNOWMASS tOrv 120.33" All aluminum construction with individual cut out and raised lettering. x Painted to replicate cast bronze plaques thru out property. Sign to be mounted to 10 x 10 stone posts. g Hillside Sign /to replace existing.Location-Hillside near rotary 5-20-07 12100 w. 52nd Ave. #111, Wheat Ridge, CO 50033 // 303-425-6295//sdesign@mho.net EXHPBH 66AI9 YC Ordinance 07-17 Page 8 of 24 Ikl III r i r I IProposed New Entryway Sign Mote stakes) Opposite Corner ®f Existing Entryway Sign YC Ordinance 07-17 Page 9 of 24 4 I f x s t I Replacing (Existing ]Entryway Sign Note Stakes) EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 10 of 24 I P,r y s tM e t s d 30"x 52"Cast bronze signs on a 71/z tall x 44"wide sandstone slab. 2- New signs at intersection of Clubhouse Drive & Brush Creek road. CLUBHOUSE DRIVE ENTRY SIGNS ( CONCEPT) 5-20-07STONEW/CAST BRONZE PLAQUE.CC ! 12100 w.52nd Ave. #111, Wheat Ridge,CO 80033 // 303-425-6295 It Sdesign@mho.net EXHIBIT "A" YC Ordinance 07-17 Page 11 of 24 l I {° T1 s , xa 1 i.5iy 1a Sign #1 Located b0tWeen the Entryway and the Golf Course Clubhouse EXHIBIT "A" TC ordinance 07-17 Page 12 of 24 T7, 01 I ' iG i P° i9 G r!i i s 30" i CO 1 20 x 30 Cast aluminum directional signs.Painted to replicate bronze plaques. Natural bronze lettering and border with statuary dark bronze background. Sign is mounted to 3/16 thick/plasma cut decorative bracket/attached to 6x8 stone post. Snowmass Club / New or replacement Directional signs / 5-20-07 12100 w. 52nd Ave. #111, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 // 303-425-6295 // sdesign @mho.net EXHIBIT &'A'B TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 13 of 24 TENNIS GOLF GOLF f.'7ENNIS PRO SHOP ATHLETIC CLUB TENNIS BLACK SADDLE GRILLE RESTAURANTS BLACK SADDLE GRILLE BLACKSADDLE GRILLE PRO SHOP GOLFPROBHOP - GUEST RECEPTION PARKING PARKING Location#1 Location#2 Location#2 Location#3 Location#3 New sign,aingle fsced New sign-double farad Back side Replacement/double faced Back Side f'SAGE PFSIAURAM ham. SAGE RFSfAURANT GUEST RECEPTION RESIDENCE DELIVERIES ATHLETIC CLUB PARKING SAGE ftESfAURAM ATHLETIC CLUB PARKINy a GUEST RECEPTION PARKING GUEST RECEPTION BLACKSADDU GaILLE VALET PARKINGGOIFbIENNIS Location#4 Location#5 Location 96 Location#6 Location#5CReplacement/double faced N,x4lga.IbimJ e`% Md Replacement/double faced Backside New sign/single facedsamemessagebothsides Snowmass Club/New or replacement directional signs / Message schedule 5-31-07 12100 w.52nd Ava. •111, Wheel md6e,CO 80033 // 303-426-826511 edeel6n®mh.,n 1 EXHH J T A x,99 YC Ordinance 07-17 Page 14 of 24 4r-x},- tiC" i5 P_ g 4 may[ y t Sign #2 Entrance t® Golf Course ar in ,o his is a new sign.) EXHOT 46A" YC Ordinance 07-17 Page 15 of 24 MOPI r l Y f i 1 Al- Sign #k3 R--placing Existing Sign F At the Tennis Pro Shop Parking Lot Sign will be turned 90 degrees for Visibility r i f i ra' r y • y tyk• Y f ir^t 1 Y s•5 m itFs'^+SF. t v g' J4 t - YC Ordinance 07.17Page17of24 t§ k t i IM, a e SIgn #6A.B s xlstll'g S19n C NArhich wasAttheE13tra1,c t the rel"OvedAthleticClubParkingLot E ;> " B T i OrdinanceTC Page 18 of 24 Sign -_/, This a A S ,g. ,. At the Athletic Club Entrance EXHIBIT 66V TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 19 of 24 1i r' Vie- E >*,• a fi, _.4'. R,F e Existing Sign B Will stay the Sarne EXHIBIT «&W TC Ordinance 07-97 Page 20 of 24 t 4 'ayy4} YaL s:a - ate t« *4 A i vt b Approved. Sign A. Has been IReplaced Picture shows the New Sign EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 21 of 24 P Qom. gyp , s 4 t Install rough cut stone slab at entrance to Snowmass Club on Snowmass club circle Stone to be approx 42" wide x 7' tall. Sign to be cast bronze with raised logo and border. Sign measures 291/2' x 52" wide. Sign to be installed approx. 15 from edge of roadway SNOWMASS CLUB CIRCLE ENTRANCE SIGN 9-23-05 12100 w. 62nd Ave. #111, Wheat Ridge,CO 80033 11 303-425-6295//sdesignpmho.net EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance Page 22 of 24 ep 48" RECEWED x vc7 L 4 I J i x.a SAGE RESTAURANT GUEST RECEPTION GOLF - TENNIS ATHLETIC CLUB Bronze OCT 1 1 DevelopnVM NewSign#8 Club Circle Entrance /5-20-07 Revised 8-29-07/9-7-07 12100w. 52ndAve. #111 , Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 H 303-425-6295Hsdesign@mho.net OPT EXHIBIT LLA„ YC Ordinance 07-17 Page 23 of 24 lis a ys( y 4 y F r M^ 171'{4 I 1 - 1, i l v 4 I Itifighline ?rive Sign At Highline Drive and SMC Circle This is a New Sign for which we are Requesting Approval EXHIBIT "A" TC Ordinance 07-17 Page 24 of 24 A v V S tiS PAII:. r w y r 10 f Install rough cut stone slab into hillside at intersection of Highline & Snowmass Club Circle. Stone to be approx 48" wide x 6' tall, on steep slope. Sign to be cast bronze with raised logo and border. Sign measures 29 t/2' x 52" wide. Sign to be installed approx. 15 from edge of roadway SNOWMASS CLUB CIRCLE SIGN 9-23-05 12100 w.52nd Ave. #111, Wheat Ridge,CO 80033 // 303-425-629511 sdesign@mho.net l TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE 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, October 15, 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, 2"' Floor 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To receive public comment on an application by the Town of Snowmass Village Applicant') regarding a Final Subdivision Plat for the Town Hall site. CODE: The application will be processed as a Subdivision Plat application pursuant to Section 16A-5-400 through 440 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. INFO: The proposed subdivision plat is essentially a replat of Parcel 'C' of the gross parcel subdivision plat for Faraway Ranch. The Town Hall plat incorporates easements for access, utilities and trails. The Town Hall building was previously approved for up to 20,000 square feet of floor area. Further 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. Written comments are encouraged and will be accepted until the close of the public hearing; for inclusion of written comments in the staff report, submissions must be made one week prior to the public hearing to the following address: Snowmass Village Planning Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attention: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Additional public hearings may be held before the Town Council at later dates, for which only published notice may occur. Town Clerk Telephone: 923-3777 Internet access to Council email: http://www.tosv.com Citizen Feedback Hotline: 922-6727 clerk@tosv.com Printed in the Snowmass Sun on September 12, 2007. MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Planning Department DATE: October 15, 2007 SUBJECT: PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 23 SERIES OF 2007: SUBDIVISION PLAT FOR THE TOWN HALL SITE. This particular application has been submitted pursuant to Section 16A-5- 400-440 of the Subdivision Regulations of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. The subdivision is essentially a re- plat of Parcel 'C' containing 4.806 acres of the Faraway Ranch Subdivision required as part of the conditions to complete a Town Hall project approved with the rezoning and Special Review application via Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2006 (Ordinance 13). Applicant: Town of Snowmass Village Project Manager: Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director Planner: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Purpose: The Town Council needs to open the public hearing to consider the subdivision plat application. The Town Council needs to consider all relevant materials and testimony, the Planning Commission's recommendations and whether the application complies with Section 16A-5-440, Review standards. Refer to the attached Resolution No. 23, Series of 2007, (Resolution 23) to determine if the findings related to the review standards and the conditions are acceptable. Actions Requested of Council: Following closure of the public hearing, approve, approve with conditions, modify, or deny the application/resolution. II. SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT. See Exhibit "A" of the attached Resolution 23 that incorporates the subdivision plat. III. BACKGROUND The attached Resolution 23 has been prepared pursuant to the proposed subdivision plat for the Town Hall site submitted for review pursuant to Condition No. 15 of Town Council's Ordinance 13. That ordinance approved the rezoning to 'Community Commercial' and the Special Review application for the Town Hall 1 project. At the time of the review of these applications in 2006, the Applicant Town) chose not to submit the required subdivision plat for review. In addition, the Faraway Ranch Subdivision 'Gross Parcel Plat' required that affected parcels be subdivided/platted prior to development or issuance of a building permit, which is another reason why Ordinance 13 was conditioned accordingly. Condition No. 15 of Ordinance 13 specifically required the submission of a final subdivision plat for the site for review and approval prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy rather than at building permit issuance. IV. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS Municipal Code Section 16A-5-440, Review standards, of the Land Use and Development Code. These Code criteria are addressed in the Findings Section of the attached resolution. The required 30-day public hearing notice was published in the Snowmass Sun on September 12, 2007. The Applicant submitted signed affidavits for the mailing and posting of the public hearing notice. V. OTHER HEADINGS RELATED TO THE TOPICS Attachments: 1. Public hearing notice for publication and mailing; 2. Signed Planning Commission Resolution No. 16, Series of 2007; 3. Council Resolution No. 23, Series of 2207, including Exhibit "A." Separate Handout: 11" by 17" reduction of the subdivision plat. VI. SUMMARY OF STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Approve Resolution 23 as written or as may be modified at the meeting. VII. NEXT STEPS Next Steps include: None. The resolution and the subdivision plat will be finalized for execution assuming the resolution is approved at the meeting. 2 A17ACHMENT1 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE 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, October 15, 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, 2nd Floor 0016 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO WHY: To receive public comment on an application by the Town of Snowmass Village Applicant') regarding a Final Subdivision Plat for the Town Hall site. CODE: The application will be processed as a Subdivision Plat application pursuant to Section 16A-5-400 through 440 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code. INFO: The proposed subdivision plat is essentially a replat of Parcel 'C' of the gross parcel subdivision plat for Faraway Ranch. The Town Hall plat incorporates easements for access, utilities and trails. The Town Hall building was previously approved for up to 20,000 square feet of floor area. Further 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. Written comments are encouraged and will be accepted until the close of the public hearing; for inclusion of written comments in the staff report, submissions must be made one week prior to the public hearing to the following address: Snowmass Village Planning Department P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Attention: Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner Additional public hearings may be held before the Town Council at later dates, for which only published notice may occur. Town Clerk Telephone: 923-3777 Internet access to Council email: http://www.tosv.com Citizen Feedback Hotline: 922-6727 clerk@tosv.com Printed in the Snowmass Sun on September 12, 2007. MOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ATTACHMENT 2 PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION No. 16 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE TOWN COUNCIL CONCERNING THE SUBDIVISION PLAT FOR THE TOWN HALL SITE. WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village("Applicant")submitted a subdivision plat application for the Town Hall site on August 9, 2007 pursuant to Condition No. 15 of Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2006 (Ordinance 13), which approved the Rezoning to Community Commercial' and the Special Review application for theTown Hall project; and WHEREAS, according to the'Limitations'section on the Faraway Ranch Subdivision Gross Parcel Plat, it states, "No building permits shall be issued for any parcel in Faraway Ranch Subdivision prior to final plat approval for that pacel;" and WHEREAS, the subdivision plat application for Town Hall was deemed complete on August 15, 2007, and for the purposes of initial referral and review, the minimum submittal requirements for the application outlined in Section 16A-5-30 of the Municipal Land Use and Development Code("Municipal Code")were met, and the application was referred to affected Town Staff and referral agencies for review and comment by August 31, 2007; and WHEREAS, the Applicant submitted updated plats during the review of the application, mainly for purposes of responding to review comments from Town Staff, and WHEREAS, as more particularly described on attached Exhibit "A," incorporated herein by reference,the subdivision plat for the Town Hall site is essentially a replat of Parcel C' of the Faraway Ranch Subdivision Plat encompassing 4.806 acres with the addition of applicable easements for access, utilities, and trails; and WHEREAS,the subdivision plat application was processed in accordance with Section 16A-5-400-440, 'Subdivision Regulations,' of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission was scheduled to review the subdivision plat application, consider the recommendations of Town Staff, to receive public comments,and act upon this resolution on September 19, 2007. NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT RESOLVED, by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: Section One: General Findings. Based upon the information contained in the subdivision plat application for the Town Hall site along with the documentation and testimony in the record, the Planning Commission generally finds that: 1) The Applicant submitted the application for the subdivision plat for Town Hall in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Code. 2) The application provided the Minimum Contents required for the application for purposes of initial review pursuant to Sections 16A-5-430,and the application included PC Reso.07-16 Page 2 of 4 written and graphic materials in sufficient detail to deem the application complete for initial referral and review. 3) Public notification requirements were met in accordance with the requirements of Section 16A-5-60(b) of the Municipal Code. 4) Revisions to the subdivision plat were acceptably submitted mainly to address the review comments from Town Staff. 5) The subdivision plat for the Town Hall property as further described or illustrated in attached Exhibit"A"appears consistent with Section 16A-5-440, Review standards,of the Municipal Code, because: a) The proposed subdivision plat seems consistent with the Town of Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan; b) The proposed subdivision plat should be compatible with the character of existing land uses in the area and should not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area; c) The subdivision plat seems to comply with other applicable provisions of the Municipal Code; and d) The property proposed to be subdivided,appears suitable for development, considering its topography, environmental features and the natural and man-made hazards that may affect its development potential; e) The Applicant has adequately demonstrated with the subdivision plat and per the past approval of the Special Review application for Town Hall that: i) Adequate facilities would be provided to the proposed subdivision for water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, electrical supply,fire protection, roads and pedestrian circulation. On August 2, 2006,together with the Special Review application at that time,the Applicant provided a "capability to serve" letter from the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District with conditions that satisfactorily address this review criterion. In addition,on August 14,2006,the Applicant provided a letter from the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire District indicating that the proposed facility can be adequately.fire protected with a condition for a fire sprinkler system; ii) The proposed subdivision has been located so as to be reasonably convenient in relation to police and fire protection,emergency medical services and schools; and iii) The proposed subdivision would be able to accommodate, if needed, the efficient provision of transit facilities and services; and f) The proposed subdivision is appropriately located so as not to create spatial patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services, or that require duplication of premature extension of public facilities, such as roads and water and sewer lines. 6) The land use and development parameters for Parcel "C' in accordance with the Faraway Ranch SPA (PUD) have lapsed pursuant to Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, and are therefore no longer applicable. The applicable land use and development parameters for the subdivision plat are outlined in Ordinance 13. PC Reso.07-16 Page 3 of 4 7) Parcel"C"of the Faraway Ranch SPA(PUD)was previously dedicated to the Town of Snowmass Village in 1988 by warranty deed and was accepted via Ordinance No.34, Series of 1988, in exchange for credit for a portion of the required employee housing in the Faraway Ranch SPA (PUD) per Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, and the subdivision plat for Town Hall reveals that there is remaining space for the access to and for the development of future employee housing within the draw area. 8) Section Three of Ordinance No. 34, Series of 1988, acknowledged that "the Town itself shall thereafter be responsible for the construction of 51 employee units or such other employee units as the Town may determine to be appropriate on Parcel 'C,' " and such commitment could still be implemented, of which the Town Hall project or subdivision plat does not preclude. Section Two: Action. Pursuant to the findings stated in Section One of this resolution,the Planning Commission hereby recommends that Town Council approve the subdivision plat for the Town Hall site subject to addressing the recommendations in SBction Three below. Section Three: Recommendations. As part of the approval,the Applicant should comply with or implement the following recommendations: 1) In lieu of a formal Subdivision Improvements Agreement,the Applicant should install and complete for operation prior to issuance of a final Certificate of Occupancy: a) All water lines, sewer lines,fire hydrants and appurtenances within the designated easement areas that shall meet the standards,specifications,rules and regulations of the applicable districts,and should be reviewed and inspected for approval by the Town Engineer or substitute professional engineer designee for compliance with Municipal Code standards; b) The access road and adjacent parking areas designed to Municipal Code standards as shown on the approved Special Review plans should also be reviewed and inspected for approval by the Town Engineer or substitute professional engineer designee for compliance with Municipal Code standards; c) All sidewalk,walkway and trail connections shown on the approved Special Review plans; and d) All plant material shown on the landscape construction plan dated June 20, 2007 and received by the Town June 30, 2007, weather permitting. 2) The Applicant should complete all actions or matters, which in the opinion of the Planning Director and the Town Attorney,are necessary to satisfy or dispense with the completion, execution and/or recording of all documents necessary to implement the requirements of this Resolution and the Municipal Code, before the subject plat is placed of record. Should disagreements arise that cannot be resolved between Town Staff and the Applicant, the matter will be referred to the Town Council for final direction and/or determination. 3) The Applicant shall subsequently submit two (2) sets of the subdivision plat mylars, executed by the Town of Snowmass Village and/or applicable representation, mortgage holder(s)as deemed to be needed,title examiner and surveyor for signature by Town officials. The Mayor and Town Clerk should be authorized to sign the plat only after approval as to technical and substantive completion by the Town Attorney PC Reso.07-16 Page 4 of 4 and Town's Planning Director. 4) All applicable document recording fees shall be paid by the Applicant prior to the recording of the plat with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. Section Four: Severability. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. INTRODUCED, READ,AND APPROVED, by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on this 19''day of September 2007, upon a motion made by Planning Commission Member Boineau and the second by Planning Commission Member Ledingham, upon a vote of 4 in favor and 0 against. (Planning Commissioner Gustafson recused; Commissioners Faurer and Butler absent). TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Planning Commission By: Ak Mark Stout, Y) e Chairman ATTEST: Knsti amford, Plannin Commission Secretary Exhibit "A" of subdivision plat attached) EXHIBIT"d„ PC Rose 07-16 Page 1 at 2 gpi s xiid I algip[ i @a pl $ gitS} $d tiid41 yFyFi x yqQ9rrar) y tit Iq@ 6! a8iptit a2 g o 9 p%e gS Y o m q 01 s jiy3y iilq (i ! iyi E!n di IN S b i if 1! a E if c o- 0. 5 b i d I a I lli i gy i g 3paa e i Final Plat P Town Hall P.0.9. A Re— Plat of Parcel C, Faraway Ranch Subdivision Town of Snowmass Village, roc I Euwn+' Ro- xeSLGdrdmn Pitlrin County, Colorado I ee. 4r1. Pa Jn III mgrM. v1 Ro swm+ tw. I i.' i. an room.. wly6_ Pw- ID T} J/ ak IIS i I.,%.- saww. w I p w ( W. Jl> uEdvkicn ws, k t 411. P9. JJ> I W Ip Town Hal/ A Re— Plat of Parcel C aa Faro y Ronch Subdivision La06• ocrce e c..,x. niZ— — A i' ft 412 M- P17 CMPXIC SC1L6 IpV L ak. 4r1 PT AW, DYIOVIW SIYJOYpb R°'". 1. W' riv SFP 12 200 a I pwezol+.¢ ae/ apnm/ Town Hall ieo. a. .. Fns/ SLHMlEERWRLONMEER ni, i„ eaa ... w. o, o:,<>:> Town of Snowmass Village Piat a< 2 w roro.+»> axa I A17ACHMENT3 2 3 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 4 TOWN COUNCIL 5 6 RESOLUTION No. 23 7 SERIES OF 2007 8 9 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SUBDIVISION PLAT FOR THE TOWN HALL SITE. 10 11 WHEREAS,the Town of Snowmass Village("Applicant")submitted a subdivision plat 12 application for the Town Hall site on August 9, 2007 pursuant to Condition No. 15 of 13 Ordinance No. 13, Series of 2006 (Ordinance 13), which approved the Rezoning to 14 'Community Commercial' and the Special Review application for the Town Hall project; and 15 16 WHEREAS,according to the 'Limitations' section on the Faraway Ranch Subdivision 17 Gross Parcel Plat, it states, "No building permits shall be issued for any parcel in Faraway 18 Ranch Subdivision prior to final plat approval for that parcel;" and 19 20 WHEREAS,said Condition No. 15 in Ordinance 13 required the submission,review and 21 approval of a subdivision plat for the Town Hall site prior to issuance of a Certificate of 22 Occupancy rather than issuance of a building permit; and 23 24 WHEREAS, the subdivision plat application for Town Hall was deemed complete on 25 August 15, 2007, and for the purposes of initial referral and review, the minimum submittal 26 requirements for the application outlined in Section 16A-5-30 of the Municipal Land Use and 27 Development Code("Municipal Code")were met,and the application was referred to affected 28 Town Staff and referral agencies for review and comment by August 31, 2007; and 29 30 WHEREAS,the Applicant submitted updated plats during the review of the application, 31 mainly for purposes of responding to review comments from Town Staff; and 32 33 WHEREAS, as more particularly described on attached Exhibit "A," incorporated 34 herein by reference,the subdivision plat for the Town Hall site is essentially a replat of Parcel 35 'C' of the Faraway Ranch Subdivision Plat encompassing 4.806 acres with the addition of 36 applicable easements for access, utilities, and trails; and 37 38 WHEREAS,the subdivision plat application was processed in accordance with Section 39 16A-5-400-440, `Subdivision Regulations,' of the Municipal Code; and 40 41 WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the subdivision plat application, 42 considered the recommendations of Town Staff, received public comments, and provided 43 recommendations to the Town Council via Resolution No. 16, Series of 2007, acted upon 44 during a meeting on September 19, 2007; and 45 46 WHEREAS, a public hearing notice was published in the Snowmass Sun on 47 September 12, 2007 for the Town Council meeting scheduled for October 15, 2007, and the 48 Applicant submitted the signed affidavits for the mailing and posting of the hearing notices 49 pursuant to Section 16A-5-60(b) of the Municipal Code; and 50 51 WHEREAS, the Town Council was scheduled to review the subdivision plat TC Reso. 07-23 Page 2 of 4 52 application, considered the recommendations of Town Staff, receive public comments, and 53 act upon this resolution during a meeting on October 15, 2007. 54 55 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Council of the Town of 56 Snowmass Village, as follows: 57 58 Section One: Findings. Based upon the information contained in the subdivision plat 59 application for the Town Hall site along with the documentation and testimony in the record, 60 the Town Council finds that: 61 62 1) The Applicant submitted the application for the subdivision plat for Town Hall in 63 accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Code. 64 65 2) The application provided the Minimum Contents required for the application for 66 purposes of initial review pursuant to Sections 16A-5-430,and the application included 67 written and graphic materials in sufficient detail to deem the application complete for 68 initial referral and review. 69 70 3) Public notification requirements were met in accordance with the requirements of 71 Section 16A-5-60(b) of the Municipal Code. 72 73 4) Revisions to the subdivision plat were acceptably submitted mainly to address the 74 review comments from Town Staff. 75 76 5) The subdivision plat for the Town Hall property as further described or illustrated in 77 attached Exhibit "A" is consistent with Section 16A-5-440, Review standards, of the 78 Municipal Code, because: 79 80 a) The proposed subdivision plat is consistent with the Town of Snowmass Village 81 Comprehensive Plan; 82 b) The proposed subdivision plat is compatible with the character of existing land uses 83 in the area and would not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding 84 area; 85 c) The subdivision plat complies with other applicable provisions of the Municipal Code; 86 d) The property proposed to be subdivided is suitable for development,considering its 87 topography, environmental features and the natural and man-made hazards that 88 may affect its development potential; 89 e) The Applicant acceptably demonstrated with the subdivision plat and per the past 90 approval of the Special Review application for Town Hall that: 91 i) Adequate facilities would be provided to the proposed subdivision for water 92 supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, electrical supply,fire protection, 93 roads and pedestrian circulation. On August 2,2006,together with the Special 94 Review application at that time, the Applicant provided a "capability to serve" 95 letter from the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District with conditions that 96 satisfactorily addressed this review criterion. In addition,on August 14,2006, 97 the Applicant provided a letter from the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire District 98 indicating that the proposed facility can be adequately fire protected with a 99 condition for a fire sprinkler system; 100 ii) The proposed subdivision has been acceptably located so as to be reasonably TC Reso. 07-23 Page 3 of 4 101 convenient in relation to police and fire protection,emergency medical services 102 and schools; and 103 iii) The proposed subdivision would be able to acceptably accommodate,if needed, 104 the efficient provision of transit facilities and services; and 105 f) The proposed subdivision is appropriately located so as not to create spatial 106 patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services, or that require 107 duplication of premature extension of public facilities, such as roads and water and 108 sewer lines. 109 110 6) The land use and development parameters for Parcel "C" in accordance with the 111 Faraway Ranch SPA (PUD) have lapsed pursuant to Ordinance No. 22, Series of 112 1984, and therefore are no longer applicable. The applicable land use and 113 development parameters for the subdivision plat are outlined in Ordinance 13. 114 115 7) Parcel "C"of the Faraway Ranch SPA(PUD)was previously dedicated to the Town of 116 Snowmass Village in 1988 by warranty deed and was accepted via Ordinance No.34, 117 Series of 1988, in exchange for credit for a portion of the required employee housing 118 in the Faraway Ranch SPA (PUD) per Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, and the 119 subdivision plat for Town Hall reveals that there is remaining space for the potential 120 access to and for the development of future employee housing within the draw area. 121 122 8) Section Three of Ordinance No. 34, Series of 1988, acknowledged that "the Town 123 itself shall thereafter be responsible for the construction of 51 employee units or such 124 other employee units as the Town may determine to be appropriate on Parcel `C,' " 125 and such commitment could still be implemented, of which the Town Hall project or 126 subdivision plat does not preclude. 127 128 Section Two: Action. Pursuant to the findings stated in Section One of this resolution, the 129 Town Council approves the subdivision plat for the Town Hall site subject to addressing the 130 conditions in Section Three below. 131 132 Section Three: Conditions. As part of the approval, the Applicant shall comply with or 133 implement the following conditions: 134 135 1) In lieu of a formal Subdivision Improvements Agreement,the Applicant shall install and 136 complete for operation prior to issuance of a final Certificate of Occupancy: 137 a) All water lines, sewer lines, fire hydrants and appurtenances within the designated 138 easement areas that shall meet the standards,specifications,rules and regulations 139 of the applicable districts, and shall be reviewed and inspected for approval by the 140 Town Engineer or substitute professional engineer designee for compliance with 141 Municipal Code standards; 142 b) The access road and adjacent parking areas designed to Municipal Code standards 143 as shown on the approved Special Review plans shall also be reviewed and 144 inspected for approval by the Town Engineer or substitute professional engineer 145 designee for compliance with Municipal Code standards; 146 c) All sidewalk,walkway and trail connections shown on the approved Special Review 147 plans; and 148 d) All plant material shown on the landscape construction plan dated June 20, 2007 149 and received by the Town June 30,2007, weather permitting. TC Reso. 07-23 Page 4 of 4 150 151 2) The Applicant shall complete all actions or matters, which in the opinion of the 152 Planning Director and the Town Attorney,are necessaryto satisfy or dispense with the 153 completion, execution and/or recording of all documents necessary to implement the 154 requirements of this Resolution and the Municipal Code, before the subject plat is 155 placed of record. Should disagreements arise that cannot be resolved between Town 156 Staff and the Applicant, the matter will be referred to the Town Council for final 157 direction and/or determination. 158 159 3) The Applicant shall subsequently submit two (2) sets of the subdivision plat mylars, 160 executed by the Town of Snowmass Village and/or applicable representation, 161 mortgage holder(s)as deemed to be needed,title examiner and surveyor for signature 162 by Town officials. The Mayor and Town Clerk shall be authorized to sign the plat only 163 after approval as to technical and substantive completion by the Town Attorney and 164 the Town's Planning Director. 165 166 4) All applicable document recording fees shall be paid by the Applicant prior to the 167 recording of the plat with the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. 168 169 Section Four: Severability. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any 170 person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or 171 application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or 172 application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. 173 174 INTRODUCED, READ, AND APPROVED, by the Town Council of the Town of 175 Snowmass Village, Colorado on this 15`" day of October 2007, upon a motion made by 176 Council Member and the second by Council Member upon a vote 177 of_in favor and against. 178 179 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 180 181 182 By: 183 Douglas Mercatoris, Vice Chairman 184 185 ATTEST: 186 187 188 189 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk 190 191 APPROVED AS TO FORM: 192 193 194 195 John C. 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J]] e' PNF 44 Aerse \" fiaramw sasmmw y, a ww m e NECOWD Pnt Ste Prcl ma„ wla,po1466J1 OCT 10 2007 Inawma„ LwPwol, an Snowmass Wage Community Development j B , AC, a 5 SCNMUESER GORDON MEYER 2 W/\ Town Hal/ Final I^ 4 car a' oos. i... rAi! I'°c" iw c "'." Plat Town of Snowmass Village 2 Ceen, u 9utrt. COri] OI Z4F5 55 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: RUSS FORREST, TOWN MANGER SUBJECT: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: October 15, 2007 Sustainability Committee Event Jason Haber On Wednesday, October 17, 2007, the Snowmass Village Grassroots Sustainability Committee is holding a kick-off event from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm in Schermer Hall at Anderson Ranch. If three or more Council members plan to attend, staff will post the required notice. SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING MINUTES MONDAY, MAY 21, 2007 Mayor Mercatoris called to order the Regular Town Council Meeting of May 7, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. Item No. 1 ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Mercatoris, Arnold Mordkin, John Wilkinson, and Sally Sparhawk COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT: Reed Lewis was absent. STAFF PRESENT: John Dresser, Town Attorney; Russ Forrest, Town Manager; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Chris Conrad, Planning Director; Bob Nevins, Town Planner; Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director; Kathleen Wanatowicz, Public Relations Officer; David Peckler, Transportation Director; and Donna J. Garcia-Spaulding, Deputy Town Clerk PUBLIC PRESENT:Mike Kaplan, Carey Shanks, Steve Sewell, VictorGerdon, Steve Alldredge, Dave Warner, Mike Kaplan, Steve Sool, Victor Gerdon, Dave Bellack, Pat Smith, Don Schuster, and others interested in today's Agenda items. Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS Nothing at this time. Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Nothing at this time. Item No. 4: CONSTRUCTION UPDATE Economic Resource Director Jason Haber provided council with the primary Right of Way impacts for the current week and stated that the Brush Creek Road area located below the Entry Way Roundabout will be realigned through the Seven Star property with two-way traffic. Today, above the Roundabout Brush Creek Road will be closed between the Roundabout and Horse Ranch Drive and traffic will be detoured onto Highline Road and Owl Creek Rd. Lower Wood Road would experience periodic one-lane closures in place as of today and through May 22, 2007, in an effort to lay a utility line across the road at that location. Haber stated that Lower Carriage Way remains closed to traffic through June 29, 2007, with a commitment to open to one-way traffic in time for the Chili Pepper and Brew Festival special event June 8, 20, 2007; with possibility of Related WestPac opening it up for another special event scheduled for June 28, 2007. Council Member Sparhawk stated her gratitude for the work the Construction Coordinator Dave Shepard is doing, as well as the construction updates from Haber. Sparhawk requested that staff change the name of Seven Star in an effort to help the community better understand where the Seven Star property is located. In response to an inquiry by Sparhawk, Haber stated that the additional washed rock for the tracking pad is needed and that he would follow-up. 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 2 of 10 In response to an inquiry by Council Member Wilkinson, Haber explained that the Recreational Center would be accessed off the Roundabout that takes drivers to the Rodeo grounds, with a two-lane road that runs parallel to Brush Creek Road. Wilkinson directed staff to make sure that proper signage is posted to direct traffic safely. Council Member Mordkin thanked staff for pulling the panels off of Brush Creek and Wood Roads. He further thanked staff and the community at large for the recent Town Hall tour and stated that this Town Hall is going to be a credit to this community. Mordkin inquired of staff as to where the mud on roads is coming from and requested that it be dealt with appropriately. Mordkin and Haber discussed precisely where the new Wood Road alignment is located, which will be realigned through the Base Village project site beginning on May 24, 2007 for repaving and a possible date of commencement and completion. Mayor Mercatoris and Haber discussed Lower Carriage Way and determined that it is slated to be fully operational as of June 29, 2007 with one lane, downhill traffic and fully operation by October 15, 2007. The Mayor read a comment from Council Member Lewis, who was unable to attend today's Meeting stating that one lane closures on Brush Creek Road are not acceptable for either the Chili Pepper Festival nor the June 28th Free Music Concert Series. Lewis also requested one lane opened on Lower Carriage Way to facilitate bus traffic on June 28th. The Mayor stated that he agrees with Lewis concerning his last comment, since Council has openly stated that construction takes a backseat to special events in this community. In response, Haber stated that he would talk to the contractors regarding schedules. Sparhawk stated her appreciation for the information from staff informing the community that the Jehovah's Witnesses were having a convention this past weekend, since it is helpful to know who is coming into town. She further stated that this group was a very nice group and even invited her to some of their meetings. Item No. 5: UP-DATE OF SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN IMPROVEMENTS FROM ASPEN SKI COMPANY Aspen Skiing Company Representative Mike Kaplan introduced his colleagues Steve Sool and Victor Gerdon, who talked about on-mountain summer construction and operations plan. In terms of lifts Kaplan stated that within the past three years they have put in the Village Express six-pack, Elk Camp gondola, sky cam, shortened the Burlingame Lift, moved their operations offices, designing substantial construction on the Children's Center, pulling out and reinstalling their snow-making system, and lower-mountain regarding at a total of $32Million. Kaplan explained that for the summer they have another $22Million under construction currently and into the future with new restaurants they have another$28Million invested and are here for the duration of this project and are staying engaged with the entire project. Item No. 6: FOLLOW-UP FROM COUNCIL RETREAT Town Manager Russ Forrest stated that on April 10, 2007 the Town Council conducted a one-day retreat to clarify expectations for both Council and staff; then the afternoon was spend discussing a broad definition of what success means and covering high-level goals; and requested Council input with the next steps recommended within the packet memorandum. Forrest explained that one of the first things discusses was developing a set of ground rules for success and taking those grounds rules forward and integrating them into future discussions. Then it was acknowledged that at the end of the day we had some very high-level goals, that staff would like to refine and bring back to Council for approval, including clarity of vision, working within the Town's values and a 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 3 of 10 clear understanding of what those values are, and ensuring that future development is in sync with that vision and values. Forrest provided Council with further up-dates stating that a thought that came out of the Retreat was to have some targeted work sessions, where there is a need simply to have an information exchange. Council Member Mordkin commented on packet page 7, Item E. Goals Areas, bullet point Maintain a sustainable community (we can enjoy the ride) stating that we are all anxious to get to the goal and in the interim we aught to be able to enjoy the process. With reference to the PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL, Mordkin stated that he thinks that it can be helpful to have a work session and stated informed the Town Manager that Council moved away from those since there was getting to be too many meetings with like presentations and he is concerned about this being a burden on Council Members and infringing upon their personal time. Council Member Wilkinson stated approval utilization of the ground rules and requested more information concerning how to go about implementing it. He stated approval of having work sessions and commented that there is a way to make them be beneficial and avoid duplication of meeting content and effort and also would like to ensure that it not take up too much extra staff and Council personal time as long as it does not drag out to 9:30 in the evenings. He requested that the work sessions be more of the "Nuts & Bolts" material and leave the decision making for the actual Council Meetings. Council Member Sparhawk stated agreement with Wilkinson's comments and referred the Town Manager to Item B. Ground Rules for Success, first bullet point, and requested that the parentheses be omitted. She stated that some work sessions are necessary but when meetings become lengthy, we lose the public because they tire out. Lastly, Sparhawk referred staff to packet page 7, E. Goal Areas, First bullet point, and commended the Town Manager for adding ....Healthy instead of enjoyable. Mayor Mercatoris stated approval of having work sessions when used sparingly. He stated that they could be valuable for Town-driven projects, which enable Council to be pro-active rather than re-active. Item No. 7: TARGETED UPDATE TO THE 1998 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND WEST VILLAGE PLAN Staff provided Council with a PowerPoint presentation of a targeted update to the 1998 Comprehensive Plan particularly with the West Village Revitalization Plan and the Transit Plaza. Town Manager Forrest stated that there are a lot of good things in the 1998 Comp. Plan and we need to evaluate what has changed since. Forrest thanked the Planning Director, Chris Conrad; Public Relations Officer, Kathleen Wanatowicz; Economic Resource Director, Jason Haber; and Transportation Director, David Peckler for their input relating to the Comp. Plan. Forrest explained that staff is seeking direction from Council as to whether they support conducting a targeted update of the Comp. Plan, are the proposed goals acceptable, and whether Council supports moving forward with issuing a Request For Proposal (RFP) to initiate the process. Forrest provided Council with a brief background summary, including plans for redevelopment that dated back to the 1980s; 1998 Comp. Plan provides an integrated and comprehensive framework for decision making, that needs updated every two years; Base Village was approved in 2004; Snowmass Center is in the approval process; West Village Revitalization was put on hold December of 2006; and one master developer owns the majority of commercial space. Forrest stated that the Town has been listening to recent public input and there was a lot of discussion concerning a need for greater definition of the Aspiration Statement, broader community participation in land use decision making, insure that the community's interests are integrated into new development, and proactive in shaping and directing future development. 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 4 of 10 Forrest commented on the goals for the targeted update of the Comp. Plan, which include refining and providing definition to the Town's vision; define carrying capacity town wide and update sections of the Comp. Plan (Transportation and Housing); complete the West Village and Transit Plaza plan as par t of a Comp. Plan; provide clear guidelines for new development and identify needed public benefits; and engaging in a focused community process. Forrest outlined the Active Communications Plan including creating a specific tactical plan with a consultant team by July; identify stakeholders; steering committee (Panning Commission and two Council Members) and community involvement viewing process. He mentioned some of the benefits to the process include actions and decisions that will be based from a shared vision and set of values for Snowmass Village; integrate various planning efforts into one planning process (land planning with other topics: transportation, facilities, open space, housing); identify public needs and improvements; provide clear expectations for development parameters in public improvements versus PUD process. Other considerations are if the public is invited we need to listen to their expectations and input to be heard in the decision making process; public benefits and development parameters are determined upfront versus a traditional PUD process; expense of a Comp. Plan, public has been through this process before; Snowmass Center plans are in the approval process; costs involved would be approximately not less than $100,000 and not more than $200,000; and several studies have been done on the West Village. Forrest stated that there are also sources of funding by integrating the transit element with it but we do not want to preclude opportunities for Federal funding such as the E.O.T.C. funding to help with this planning process as it relates to transportation planning. In conclusion Forrest clarified what staff needs from Council as follows: 1) Does Council support conducting a targeted update of the Comp. Plan, 2) Are the proposed goals acceptable, and 3) Does the Council support moving forward with issuing an RFP to initiate the process? In response to an inquiry by Council Member Wilkinson, Forrest stated that the RFP process does take staff time to then go through a selection process. Forrest explained that if we did not update the Comp. Plan, then the question would be what is an alternative. The Transportation Director David Peckler stated that the Town is pretty well positioned for a land use master plan review update and then a land use process in the year 2010. Council Member Mordkin requested that staff provide Council with background information on who is going to pay for all this and he stated concern with using E.O.T.C. monies, since it is earmarked for transportation? Mordkin further stated that it is important to have the visioning process, to update and rewrite the Comp. Plan, and resolve conflicts that currently existing within the Comp. Plan and certainly clarifying goals therein. He requested that West Village be kept as a separate concept of the Comp. Plan. He would like to see us have a parallel process and work on the West Village while others are working on the Comp. Plan. He stated that the marketing plan is very valuable and needs to be updated. community driven not marketing driven. Council Member Sparhawk stated support of conducting a targeted update of the Comp. Plan, the proposed goals, and moving forward with issuing an RFP to initiate the process. She further stated that input from the community is critical. She further requested that the Town Manager provide Council with a breakdown of costs and that we to get a good consultants is important or don't even bother. As for public input, she believes that more input sooner is best. Mayor Mercatoris stated that this is the time to get involved with an update to the Comp. Plan, we are getting close to knowing what the Snowmass Center redevelopment might look like, and the last piece is West Village. He stated that we do have to take what we have done in the past and apply that knowledge to what works with the nodes. He stated concern regarding costs. He further stated that 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 5 of 10 he needs more information for the RFP before he would be able to approve it and requested that staff provide Council with a timeline as a Council driven and public driven process, since every single person within this community is a stakeholder. President of Related WestPac Pat smith stated that one of the things that was incentive for Related WestPac was that we took some solace in recognizing there was.a base and baseline working with people within the community developing ideas on capacities and feel that there is a need for public/private partnership funding sources. It needs to move forward. We had expectations of a redevelopment plan and if there is something they need help with, such as funding sources it happened as a partnership induced through the Aspiration Statement and Comprehensive Plan and that he thinks we need to move forward on a positive basis. Item No. 8: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 04, SERIES OF 2007 COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN FOR PHASE 1-A OF THE BASE VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AN APPLICATION, PERSUANT TO SECTION 16A-4-560 OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE, CONCERNING THE COMPREHENSIVE SIGN PLAN CSP) FOR PHASE 1-A OF BASE VILLAGE, LOCATED AT THE INTERSECTION OF WOOD ROAD AND LOWER CARRIAGE WAY AT THE BASE OF FANNY HILL, AND ESTABLISHING THE STANDARDS FOR COMMERCIAL AND EXEMPT SIGNAGE. Mayor Mercatoris opened the Public Hearing at 6:10 p.m. Town Planner Bob Nevins stated that the Comprehensive Plan is composed of two elements including the Signage Criteria Manual and the Design, Specifications, Quantities and Locations program on an 11 X 17 inch attachment included in today's packet of information. He stated that the purpose of the Sign Plan is to show flexibility from the Town while still meeting its purposes. In terms of process, the Second Reading of this Ordinance requires a 15-da r Public Notice posting and all notices have been published and posted, as they should be on May 2" . In addition, Nevins stated that the Planning Commission (P.C.) has received comments on this application and the Applicant has submitted a second amendment. He further stated that he believes the changes reflect Council comments while at the same time providing adequate regulations and that staff are supportive of 2nd amendments. Council Member Mordkin referred his colleagues to packet page 26, line 82-87 and questioned why a representative from the ski area has to be on the committee; who are the members from the Homeowners Association and requested that - that be more clearly stated. Council and the Applicant determined that they would leave out the "aspen leaf" insignia as well as the word "Village' as in Snowmass Village and bring it back to Council for further discussion. Related WestPac Representative Carey Shanks reported that the Marketing Special Events & Group Sales Board are working with Aspen Skiing Company on the branding as a group and would be providing Council with a final decision in the near future. The Planning Director Chris Conrad requested that a condition be put in stating that the Applicant agrees to delay final determination regarding the Aspen trade mark and the word Village on signage and will return to Council for specific approval on these. There being no further discussion, Mayor Mercatoris closed the Public Hearing at 6:26 p.m. Council Member Wilkinson made a motion to approve as amended Ordinance No. 04, Series of 2007, seconded by Council Member Mordkin. Voting Aye: John Wilkinson, Arnold Mordkin, Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, and Sally Sparhawk. Abstained: None. Council Member Lewis was absent. 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 6 of 10 Item No. 9: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING AND DISUCSSION - RESOLUTION NO. 16, SERIES OF 2007 - CLUB COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION CONVERNING THE CLUB COMMONS II EMPLOYEE HOUSING PRELIMINARY PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) Mayor Mercatoris opened the Public Hearing at 6:27 p.m. Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom provided Council with background of the purpose of this resolution's discussion and stated that the purpose would be to review it, take action, and to determine if the findings, conditions and action statements are reflective of the past review and discussion by Council on March 5th March 19th, April 16, and May 7th, 2007. At this time Council, staff, and the Applicant reviewed the resolution page-by-page making amendments and revisions There being no further amendments or revisions, Mayor Mercatoris closed the Public Hearing at 7:20 p.m. Council Member Mordkin made a motion to approve as amended, Resolution No. 16, Series of 2007, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Mordkin. Abstained: None. Council Member Lewis was absent. NOTE:Mayor Mercatoris stated that Item No. 12 would be heard at this time. Item No. 12: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING - SNOWMASS CENTER PRELIMINARY PLAN APPLICATION AND MODIFICATIONS THERETO FOR THE PROPOSED SNOWMASS CENTER REDEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION PLAN PROJECT. Mayor Douglas Mercatoris opened the Public Hearing at 7:21 p.m. There being no public comment, Mayor Mercatoris continued the Public Hearing to June 18, 2007 Town Council Meeting for reasons listed on packet page 118. There being no further discussion, Mayor Mercatoris made a motion to accept the May 1, 2007 letter from Patrick N. Smith from Brush Creek Capital Holdings, LLC, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, Arnold Mordkin, and John Wilkinson. Abstained: None. Council Member Lewis was absent. NOTE:Mayor Mercatoris stated that Item No. 10 would be heard at this time. Item No. 10: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 8, SERIES OF 2007 - SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN CONSIDERATION OF A MINOR PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) AMENDMENT PROPOSING EXTENSION OF THE DEADLINE TO COMPLETE THE SAM'S KNOB REPLACEMENT RESTAURANT. Mayor Mercatoris opened the Public Hearing at 7:25 p.m. 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 7 of 10 Mayor Douglas Mercatoris made the motion to approve Ordinance No. 8, Series of 2007, seconded by Council Member Sparhawk. Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom stated that on April 16 staff prepared a Special Review application and the Applicant submitted a letter requesting continuance of the Public Hearing until August 2007 together with a second, separate request to extend the deadline for constructing the restaurant by one year. It was during that April 16th meeting that Council deferred the Public Hearing to today's meeting and requested that staff take a look at potential enforcement. The Planning Director Chris Conrad stated that as far as penalties, staff sited that if Council were to deny the ordinance, and then the Applicant would be in violation for not having the restaurant completed on the specified date. then, staff would issue a summons on each individual date until the restaurant is constructed. The Town Attorney John Dresser stated that Conrad's comments are consistent with the Planning Commissions recommendation. Conrad stated that line 133 states that there shall be no penalty exacted on the Applicant . . . The Applicant Representatives Chris Kiley and David Corbin submitted for the record a copy of the Sam's Knob schedule, building design, and PUD amendment and special review information and provided Town Council with a PowerPoint presentation depicting some of the restaurant changes, commented on the schedule and objectives for the building design, and requested a PUD amendment to change their requirement to deliver the building from the 07/08 season to the 08/09 season and that the Special Review hearing be tabled until August 6th so that they may keep the ongoing application active instead of restarting the process. Corbin commented on scheduling and the next steps including the floor plan design alternatives, construction means and methods, price design alternatives, entitlements with Town Council and the United States Forest Services (USFS), construction document drawings, building permit review, contractor and subcontractor selection, and a date to break ground including excavation and foundation. He stated that it is not likely that these steps will be completed in time to break ground this summer and that the restaurant could be constructed between April - December of 2008. Mayor Mercatoris read a letter of comment from Council Member Lewis, who was unable to attend today's meeting stating, "that the restaurant on Sam's Knob was to be operational 07/08-ski season and that he does not support extension of the deadline just to bring the Aspen Skiing Company into compliance with their schedule. I have previously offered compassion to the ASC for the USFS decision to reject their first building proposal. However, this does not change the facts. The P.C. recommends extension without penalty - NOT acceptable. The days of the "token wrist slap" are over. I advocate leaving the current deadline and finding an acceptable mitigation to this gross default on the ordinance. Perhaps the ASC would like to voluntarily remove their exclusive right to operating a ski rental entity at the base village. This would give us the "warm fuzzies" we so often like to chat about in our town and would provide a much better overall experience for the guests during the construction years if and when the West Village Revitalization were to shut down a portion or all of their competition. I digress...deny the extension. " Council Member Wilkinson referred Council to packet page 103, line 151 and stated that he wanted to see more food services and a shelter to get out of the weather because of a significant change in weather in this area. He further stated that if Council allows the extension, the Applicant needs to then serve something and that a cookie shack isn't the answer to get thru the winter. He further stated that he does not want to get into penalty issues but if going to have a penalty he would like it stated that if this is not done for next winter then written as a penalty within the ordinance with the consequences and incentives by 08/09. Council Member Sparhawk stated concern with the fact that Council did not hear of the list of things that needed to done just a month ago and that the Applicant was not going to break ground on April 16th. She 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 8 of 10 further stated that this is impacting the public and most of what is listed other than Lynn Britt; the lines have been longer at the Ullrhof and Cafe Suzanne and she is most concerned about the housing in Sinclair and she supports what everything her colleague Wilkinson stated above. Mayor Mercatoris stated that he thinks that the requirements for food service was important and we did not want to see this restaurant delayed and this is an important amenity for the community and it needs to be built properly. "Can you build it by 07/08 ski season, no; do I want to start fining a thousand dollars per day, no; am I disappointed, yes." I agree with my colleague John Wilkinson." He further stated that he is not excited about losing caretaker units. The Mayor stated that he has heard of the Sam's Knob Restaurant being more of a sit down exclusive supper club and that does not excite him either. Lastly, he stated that he is not happy where we are at and that he knows that we are there for good reasons and he does not expect the Applicant to solve it and he does support the Applicant's Minor PUD application. Council Member Mordkin disclosed that three weeks ago during a Monday night meeting at the Snowmass Club he had a meeting David Perry and that they did not discuss pending matters, rather they only discussed how communication and perception could be better between Town Council and the ASC. He stated that every ordinance is enforceable and the fact is that it is up to staff to decide to issue a citation and how often. After further discussion, Council Member Mordkin made a motion to table further discussion until June 18, 2007 at which time Council may review the whole package, seconded by Council Member Wilkinson. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, John Wilkinson, Mayor Mercatoris, and Sally Sparhawk. Abstained: None. Council Member Lewis was absent. Mayor Mercatoris continued the Public Hearing to the June 18, 2007 Town Council Meeting. Item No. 11: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSSION - 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. Mayor Mercatoris opened the Public Hearing at 8:05 p.m. Town Attorney John Dresser suggested that discussion be continued to August 6, 2007 to touch base with the Applicant and see where they are in the design process at that point. Mayor Mercatoris continued further discussions of the Public Hearing of Sam's Knob Restaurant until the August 6, 2007 Town Council meeting and requested that the Applicant provide Council with an up-date of the June meeting. Local Resident Tom Yocum Commented on the Sun Deck in Aspen, which has one of the most spectacular views in the world and when people walk into the building you can't see it and ice comes off roof. Yocum requested that during the review there be a procedure put in place that would prevent the same sort of situation from happening here. Item No. 13: MANAGER'S REPORT Rodeo Storage and Ticket Booth Sheds Base Village RFP Hotel Up-date 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 9 of 10 The Town Manager Russ Forrest stated that the Snowmass Western Heritage Association (SWHA) has asked the Town to purchase three portable sheds to be used as storage sheds and ticket booths. In the past the Town has budgeted money for physical improvements for the Snowmass Rodeo but there is no funding for 2007. Since the Entryway project has made running the rodeo difficult the past two summers, staff recommends purchasing the sheds for SWHA's use at a cost not to exceed $8,000 and that because the purchase is for recreation purposes it is RETT eligible. There being no further discussion, Council consensus approved this request. Item No. 15: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS Council Cover Page Council Member Sparhawk requested that staff go back to the old format with a quick one-page overview stating what the issue is and requesting Council's recommendation. Council Member Mordkin requested a one-page executive summary and bold some of the more important points. C.0.R.E. Council Member Sparhawk reported as a Member of C.O.R.E., that they have received from then $40,000 for the pool and $90,000 for the solar installation and explained that - that comes out of rent which is a payment option for people who build homes that are energy efficient; that fund, which could be managed by us or CORE, gives us money for things like the solar at the pool. She further stated that the Town has been tapping into a fund that we have not been paying into and requested that staff investigate a way to administer a program ourselves or have C.O.R.E. do it and should we have a rent-type program? Forrest stated that staff would investigate implementation of a similar program and provide Council with findings with a onetime fee. Construction Management - Wood Road Closure Council Member Mordkin reported that he got an e-mail from Mr. Blumenthal, who stated that he a had conversation with Mr. Mak Killing to the affect they weren't putting curb and gutters in until the future and requested that staff provide Council with a reasoning for road closures within the community and what Council agreed upon, and a completion date. Sales Tax Report Council Member Mordkin suggested that the Sales Tax Report does not make sense. He brought to light that the percentages utilities tax went up 47.22% due to fact they are billing us all in the Village and then we are taxing that. He further requested a finite breakdown and an explanation. Brush Creek Trail Council Member Wilkinson thanked staff for asking Pitkin County to sweep Brush Creek Trail, which got swept this past Friday and now it is clean. Item No. 14: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: 02-26-07 Council Member Mordkin requested that the Clerks bring the February 26, 2007 Minutes back to Council for approval; due to the Granicus program we have syntax and tense errors. Mayor Mercatoris requested a correction to page 130 of the Minutes, 4'h paragraph, last sentence, Brush Creek Road are islands changed to Brush Creek Road islands. Council Calendars 05-21-07tc Minutes Page 10 of 10 Sparhawk reported that she is not available for the next Town Council Meeting of June 4`h. Wilkinson requested that staff find out when the next E.O.T.C. Meeting is and place it on the June calendar so that Council Members can plan to attend. Item No. 16: ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to discuss, Council Member Sparhawk made the motion to adjourn the Regular Town Council Meeting, seconded by Mayor Mercatoris. The Meeting adjourned at 8:55 p.m. Voting Aye: Mayor Douglas Mercatoris, Sally Sparhawk, John Wilkinson, and Arnold Mordkin. Abstained: None. Council Member Lewis was absent. Submitted By: Donna J. 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