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10-01-07 Town Council PacketSNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING AGENDA OCTOBER 1, 2007 PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE — ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THEIR STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS 5-Minute Time Limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Town Council Item No. 4: CONSTRUCTION UPDATE (Time: 20 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: TWO-WEEK LOOK AHEAD FOR CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY Jason Haber...................................................Page 1 (TAB A) Item No. 5: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 20, SERIES OF 2007 FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2007 BUDGET FOR ALL THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE FUNDS (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve first reading of Ordinance 20, 2007 Marianne Rakowski........................................Page 6 (TAB B) Item No. 6: PRESENTATION OF THE COMMUNITY SURVEY Time: 60 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review and discuss survey results Chris Cares — RC Associates.........................Page 8 (TAB C) Item No. 7: RESOLUTION NO. 04, SERIES OF 2007 — GRANT AGREEMENT (Time: 15 Minutes): A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO APPROVING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT, FOR THE PROVISION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN NON-URBANIZED AREAS. AMENDMENT TO FTA / CDOT 5311 GRANT AGREEMENT 2006— 2007 David Peckler.................................................Page 44 (TAB D ) Item No. 8: PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 19, SERIES OF 2007 SECOND READING OF ORDIANCE NO. 19 SERIES OF 2007 AMENDING THE SMOKING REGULATIONS IN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE (Time: 15 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve second reading of Ordinance No.19, Series of 2007 10-01-07tc Page 2 of 2 Russ Forrest ..................................................Page 48 (TAB E) Item No. 9: COUNTRY CLUB TOWNHOME DISCUSSION Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approval or denial for the use of Housing Excise Tax Fund to subsidize County Club deed restricted employee housing with capitol renovations. Mayor Mercatoris/Joe Coffey.........................Page 54 (TAB F) Item No. 10: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2007 - FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: 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 (Tabled from 8- 20-07 T.C. Meeting) Open and continue to 10-15-07 Meeting Jason Haber...................................................Page 61 (TAB G) Item No. 11: PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 13, SERIES OF 2007 — FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE - CONSTRUCTION MITIGATION FEE (Time: 30 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 T.C. Meeting) Open and continue to 10-15-07 Meeting Jason Haber...................................................Page 63 (TAB H) Item No. 12: MANAGER'S REPORT Page 65 (TAB 1) Item No. 13: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS Page 67 (TAB J) Item No. 14: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approx 3 hours (excluding items 1- 3, and 12 -14) 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 SPENCER'S AFTER TONIGHT'S MEETING. MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Jason Haber, Economic Resource Directord DATE: October 1, 2007 UUU SUBJECT: CONSTRUCTION UPDATE I. 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 III.NEXT STEPS Staff will continue to provide a Construction Update at each Council Meeting. CONSTRUCTION COORDINATION WEEKLY REPORT # 29 Sept 23rd through Sept. 29th 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 Entryway Brush Creek Road/Seven Star Aspen Earthmoving continued working at the visitor center site this past week. The work consisted of final grading for the bike path, placing separator fabric and base course. They did some additional fine grading and compacting of the base course for the driving lanes into the visitor center area. The area is ready for asphalt paving. This work did not require traffic control, and traffic control equipment continues to be reduced from the site, as appropriate. I did not receive any complaints regarding these sites this week. Employee Housing They continued working on the shallow utilities at this site. Beverick Construction completed the curb and gutter at the upper section of the project. They will continue constructing curb and gutter as the project progresses. I did not receive any complaints regarding this site. Town Hall Ongoing construction activity within project limits. I did receive a complaint regarding mud tracking off this site into the Kearns Road area. I have been in contact with the project superintendent. They have a water truck on site and will use it as well as a power sweeper that they will use to keep the Kearns Roads clean. RA Nelson has placed and compacted road base in preparation for curb and gutter and to reduce tracking. Paving the area will occur within the next couple of weeks. Upper Kearns Rd Utilities Upper Kearns Rd was paved and will be opened to traffic on Friday 9/28. The shallow utility work in front of the Conoco was completed and paved on Tuesday 9/25. Utility pedestal tie-ins btwn. Alpine Bank and B7 Adams will be completed on Friday 9/28. I did receive a complaint regarding a track hoe that was driven across Brush Creek road and through the Kearns Road parking lot. I contacted Aspen Earthmoving's project superintendent and reminded him that Town policy states that tracked vehicles are not allowed on town roads and that the Kearns parking area should be treated the same. Base Village Lower Carriage Way: Ongoing construction in this area this week. They continued to build sidewalks on the south side of the road. PCL's schedule shows opening Lower Carriage Way to two lane traffic by Oct 3rd. Related Westpac will be asking Town Council on Monday 10/01/07 to keep Lower Carriage Way to one lane downhill until Nov. 15` . Wood Road: There are occasional traffic stops for trucks entering and leaving various access points. I did not receive complaints regarding this area this week. Brush Creek Bridge: I visit the site regularly. I did not receive complaints regarding this site this week. Brush Creek Stream Restoration Due to some bad weather days and access conflicts, ERC pushed completion of the stream restoration to Oct Is`or 2n 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. I did not receive any complaints regarding this site. Sinclair Meadows Construction at this project is ongoing. I drive by this site frequently. I 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 September 30th - October 6th Entryway Construction on entryway "turn-out" lanes is ongoing. The lanes and parking spaces will be paved in early October. An alternating one-lane closure will be in place for a short time (one day) below the roundabout in order to pave a patch around a manhole. This lane closure will be in place only during the time they are actually working in the roadway. Landscaping project continues around Town Park. Town Hall Upper Kearns Road was opened to traffic on Friday 9/28/07. Paving contractor's schedule and rainy weather pushed the road opening back to this date. Base Village and Brush Creek Bridge Projects Upper Wood Road (Between Enclave and Crestwood) Alternating one-lane closures September 27th - Oct 9`n for bridge stonework and guardrail installation. Originally this was scheduled to be completed by Oct lst Stone masons schedule and Source Gas work are the reasons for the push to the new completion date. Brush Creek Road (Between Upper and Lower Kearns Rd.) There is still a potential for alternating one-lane closures in this area for water line installation. If the project moves forward, lane shifts will be required, but two-lane traffic will be maintained whenever possible. Lower Carriaae Way Lower Carriage Way remains open to one-way downhill traffic. It has been requested by Related Westpac and the Ski Co. to keep Lower Carriage Way to one lane downhill traffic until Nov 151h to allow safe access for completion of work within the children center area. Traffic will be detoured onto Tamarack Circle for one undetermined day next week for paving of transition between asphalt and snowmelted road sections on Lower Carriage Way. Brush Creek Stream Restoration Periodic traffic stops may be necessary at the PRV area and above the new bridge for mobilization and material deliveries through the end of September. The stream restoration work should be completed (with the exception of some planting) by September 29tH Woodrun Place Upper Wood Road (At Woodrun V Entrance) An alternating one-lane closure will be in place on Monday, October 1st for concrete staging. TOSV (and other) Road Work The Town and the Base Village contractors have scheduled lane striping on Brush Creek Rd., Lower Carriage Way, and Wood Road for next week (Oct 1st - 6th Lane closures will not be necessary but speeds will be slowed in the areas of work. Terrace Lane paving will be completed on Sept. 27th and 28tH Tamarack Circle will be closed for asphalt overlay on Monday, Oct. 1s` Potential Future Projects: October - Fall Off-season - Water line installation in Brush Creek Road shoulder for future Brush Creek/Wood Rd. Roundabout. MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Brandi Lindt, Ass't Finance Director Russ Forrest, Town Manager DATE: October 1, 2007 SUBJECT: Amending the 2007 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: First Reading of an Ordinance amending the 2007 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village 11. 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. 111. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Adoption of Ordinance No. 20, Series of 2007. 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 Ist day of October, 2007 with a motion made by and seconded by and by a vote of_in favor to_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/Chris Cares DATE: October 1, 2007 SUBJECT: Community Survey Results I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review and discuss. II. INFORMATION INCLUDED: Survey Results ----- in all packets On Track" open ended comments — public copy available in a few words" Comments— public copy avaialbe TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY 2007 RESEARCH P R E P A R E D F O R Town of Snozomass Village P REP A RED BY RRC Associates 4940 Pearl East Circle, Suite 103 Boulder, Colorado 80301 303.449.6558 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Table of Contents Overviewof Results.................................................................................................................... 1 Introduction and Methodology ...................................................................................................4 Demographics and Respondent Characteristics..........................................................................4 SurveyOverview ........................................................................................................................ 5 General State of Snowmass Village........................................................................................ 5 Issuesof Importance............................................................................................................... 8 ImportanceRatings............................................................................................................... 10 SatisfactionRatings .............................................................................................................. 1 1 Communication and Information........................................................................:................. 19 FutureDirection.................................................................................................................... 22 Attachments Survey Instrument Fill-in Categorized Comments—Direction, Sense of Community, Attitude Towards Vision RRC Associates Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Overview of Results Results from the Snowmass Village community survey conducted in August of 2007 yielded the following key findings: The 2007 Community Survey was fielded using a combination of a mail-back surveys sent to box holders and a web survey sent to households on the Snowmass Village email list. While all surveys were fully tabulated and analyzed, only mail-back surveys are included in this Executive Summary and report. Respondents were composed of 56 percent year-round residents, 41 percent seasonal residents, and 4 percent employees or business owners who do not live in Snowmass Village. Most respondents had lived in Snowmass Village for more than 5 years (84 percent); own their residence (85 percent); were empty-nesters (45 percent), and were, on average, 55 years old. Recreation services and amenities currently offered in the Town received relatively strong ratings, especially with regards to trails throughout the Village and pool and fitness facilities. When asked specifically what improvements respondents would like to see made, many expressed a desire for additional classes, programs, and activities; better parking at trailheads; and maintenance of existing facilities and parks. Suggestions for new facilities included an ice rink, skate park, fitness room, multi-purpose room (at recreation center), climbing gym, and picnic areas. The survey asked about the "two biggest issues facing the town in order of priority." The many open-ended (that is, in respondents' own words) comments were grouped into categories as shown below. Growth, development, construction, and parking were most frequently mentioned. WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE ARE THE TWO BIGGEST ISSUES, IN ORDER OF PRIORITY, FACING THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE? Overall Growth/Density/Crowding/Overbuilding 21% Development 20% Construction 19% Parking/Transportation/Traffic 19% Community(sense,feel,quality of life) 18% Town Government/Services/Tax 17% Base Village 17% Housing 13% Employment/Economic 9% Environment/Natural Resource/Wildlife 8% Event/Amenities/Marketing 7% Cost of Living 2% Other 2% Recreation/Parks/Open space/Trails 1% An important purpose of the survey was to evaluate public perceptions of various Snowmass Village facilities and services. Ratings were relatively consistent across all groups of respondents (e.g., year-round vs. seasonal residents, various household RRC Associates t Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 compositions, etc.). Public works, police services, the Village Shuttle, recreation, and the housing department were rated high overall. Certain aspects of Town government, Town boards, planning services, roads and parking, and communication were rated relatively lower. In general, the lower ratings correspond with responses on other questions including those that address the overall "direction" of the Town, attitudes toward new development, and sense of community. In other words, those that are negative tend to be negative across a number of the questions involving ratings and satisfaction. The ratings can be used to benchmark current conditions and to identify areas of improvement that can be targeted by local officials and staff. Over time, these services can be monitored and public input can be used to gauge changes in perceptions. Respondents indicated that the Town could improve and increase communications in order to reach a larger proportion of the community. Greater utilization of and more frequent updates on the Website, more information in the local newspaper, and email updates or newsletters would be effective ways to reach residents (year-round and seasonal) and employees. Results from a variety of open-ended questions indicated increased and clearer communication (such as in regards to construction, community events, and Town decisions, etc.) to community members would significantly benefit the Town's population. The survey included a few questions that probed how respondents perceived the sense of community and their attitudes toward the current state and future direction of Snowmass Village. In general, seasonal residents, newer residents, and empty-nesters were more positive about current conditions and future directions of the Town, while year-round and long-time residents were less optimistic. The Base Village and new development were commonly mentioned as the basis for both positive and negative attitudes toward the current conditions and future direction of the Town. Comments included excitement about the future of the new development once construction is completed, but others described feelings that the design of Base Village is too large-scale and will degrade the small-town atmosphere of the Town. Respondents were asked if they felt things in Snowmass Village were going in the right direction, or if they had gotten off on the wrong track. More than half(54 percent) of all respondents felt things had gotten off on the wrong track, while 31 percent felt it was going in the right direction. This relatively negative perception is very closely associated with more negative ratings of the delivery of town services and with a question on the vision" of the new Snowmass Village. In addition, the "wrong track" respondents are especially concerned with growth, density, crowding, and overbuilding. When asked to think about the "vision"for the new Snowmass Village, and all the improvements that are occurring, 23 percent are "very excited," 37 percent are somewhat excited," and 36 percent of respondents describe their attitude as "not at all excited." In other words, about two-thirds of respondents are "excited" about the direction and about one-third are "not at all excited" or have a negative opinion of it. Those that are not excited about new development are especially likely to feel that Snowmass Village is on the wrong track. The survey asked "Over the past two years, has the sense of community within the Town improved, gotten worse, or stayed the same?" Eight percent of respondents felt RRC Associates 2 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 the sense of community had improved, 61 percent thought it had gotten worse, and 19 percent felt it had stayed the same. Respondents were asked about their current usage of the rodeo facilities and opinions of whether they would like to see the land and facilities continued to be used as is, developed for different uses in the future while maintaining the rodeo uses, or with reduced rodeo usage. The rodeo grounds are viewed as a valuable aspect of the community, but many respondents feel that the land could be used more efficiently and with increased usage for other activities during the week. More than half of respondents (56 percent) preferred maintaining the facilities for rodeo use but also developing it for other uses such as a multipurpose events area. Opinions from year-round and seasonal residents were similar and expressed a desire to emphasize open space rather than to add more facilities or buildings if development were to take place. More than two-thirds of respondents indicated that there are specific infrastructure items or programs they would like to see added to serve the Town in the next five years. Adding facilities such as a library, movie theater, performing arts center, ice rink, and a larger selection of restaurants and retail establishments were mentioned the most. When asked specifically what key elements they would like to see in the mall area, many respondents indicated a desire for new and varied restaurants and retail stores. RRC Associates 3 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Introduction and Methodology The Town of Snowmass Village conducted a survey of full- and part-time residents, property owners, and business owners to evaluate opinions on a variety of current issues and how the Town is progressing into the future. A combination of mail and Web-based surveys was used to evaluate respondents' level of satisfaction with respect to a full range of services and to gather opinions on selected issues currently facing the Snowmass Village community. The survey was mailed on July 13, 2007 to approximately 1,650 mailbox holders in Snowmass Village listed by the U.S. Post Office. In addition, a sampling of 600 second home owners was also sent a survey in order to reach a representative sample of the Town. A Web-based survey was also made available on the Town's website which was available for anyone to take. In addition, a total of 1,200 invitations were sent via email inviting households to complete the survey. The list used for this mailing was provided by the Town and contained names of individuals that have expressed interest in being informed about current events in the Town. The list includes year-round residents, seasonal residents, business owners, and other interested parties. In order to increase awareness of the survey, advertisements were placed in the Snowmass Village Sun. A total of 412 mail surveys were received as of August 31, for a total response rate of 18.7 percent, and 86 Web surveys were completed during the same time period for a response rate of 7 percent, or about 22 percent of the estimated 400 persons that typically open emails from the Town. The 600 second home owners yielded 103 responses for a response rate of 17 percent. Throughout this report, the analysis focuses on responses from the mail survey, both year- round and seasonal residents, because these responses represent a representative sample of area residents, while the Web survey includes self-selected responses. Open-ended comments from all surveys are summarized in the results, and where appropriate, comparisons to the Web results are noted in the report. Cross-tabulations (i.e., statistical breakdowns that segment responses to the survey into subgroups such as results by gender) of both Web and mail results were provided to the Town under separate cover. Demographics and Respondent Characteristics Characteristics of mail survey respondents are summarized below, providing a basis for the cross-tabulations used throughout this report and analysis. Fifty-six percent of respondents describe themselves as year-round residents, 41 percent as seasonal residents/second-homeowners, and 4 percent as employees or business owners who do not reside in Snowmass Village. Of the residents, 22 percent own or operate a business within the Town. Fifty-seven percent of all respondents are registered to vote in Snowmass Village; 91 percent of year-round respondents are registered to vote in the Town. The average age of respondents is 55 years, with 61 percent of all respondents over the age of 55. Empty-nesters (households with children no longer living at home)were the most RRC Associates 4 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 prevalent household type (45 percent of responding households), followed by households with children (25 percent), couples without children (15 percent), and singles (15 percent). Seventy-one percent of respondents own a free-market unit, 14 percent own a deed- restricted unit, and 10 percent rent a Town-owned unit or unit with subsidized rates. The majority of respondents live in Upper Village (21 percent), Melton Ranch/Sinclair(14 percent), Horse Ranch Neighborhood (12 percent), and Mountain View/Creekside (11 percent). Almost 30 percent of respondents do not live in one of the areas listed on the survey, citing areas such as Ridge Run, Daly Town Homes, Crestwood, Interlude, Timberline, and Wood Run. More than 80 percent of respondents have both a cell phone and landline, while 10 percent have only a cell phone. This question was asked in order to evaluate the potential limitations of phone surveys as a means of reaching a representative sample of Snowmass Village residents. More than half of respondents (53 percent) have lived or owned property in the Town of Snowmass Village for more than 15 years (84 percent have lived in the Town for more than five years). Survey Overview General State of Snowmass Village Responses to many of the survey questions are influenced by the type of resident responding year-round, seasonal, etc.) and length of time lived or owned property in Snowmass Village. Year-round residents are generally more negative as are long-time residents and property owners. Sense of Direction. Respondents were asked whether they felt things in the Town of Snowmass Village were going in the "right direction" or have they got off on the "wrong track." While 31 percent of respondents feel the Town is going in the right direction, 54 percent indicated that it was on the wrong track, and 14 percent did not know. Seasonal residents tended to be more positive about the Town's direction (39 percent "right direction"; 41 percent wrong track"), along with empty-nesters (37 percent "right direction"; 47 percent"wrong track"). Results also varied slightly by the length of time respondents had lived in Snowmass Village. Respondents who had lived in Town five years or less were slightly more positive about the Town's direction, while respondents who had lived in the Town for more than five years were generally more likely to feel that the Town was on the wrong track, and those who had lived in the Town more than 15 years were especially likely to feel that the Town was headed in the wrong direction. RRC Associates 5 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SENSE OF DIRECTION Overall 54% Year-round resident 27 63% Seasonal resident s4ro% 23% Non-resident-employeelbusiness owner 6s% gRght direction Wrorg track Don't know Less than 1 year 30% 40% 1 -5 years o 48% 117° 2s% 6-15 years 55%- i More than 15 years 29° 160% ZW 01/6 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 701/6 800/6 Percent Responding Further probing of those that feel that the town is on the "wrong track" suggest that there are a variety of concerns held by this group. A review of open-ended responses shows that attitudes on growth, development, and overbuilding are frequently at the heart of responses. These comments are summarized below and a complete breakdown of responses is provided in the appendix. Right direction A great deal of effort seems to be being made to keep dirt down. Buildings appear to be very attractive as they are going up. Childrenl's center is certainly an incredibly important addition. Right direction A wonderful direction with some discomfort during the process. Right direction After 25 years of talking, we are finally seeing positive results-long overdue to be economically viable! Right direction Change badly needed to happen and the re-investment in the local lodges is testament to the improvements that will greatly improve the town. Right direction Construction is always difficult bit it is the right direction. I live with construction in my other home town but results are worth it. Right direction Developmentis good,but overcrowding withoutproper facilities is not Right direction I'd like to have a better idea of what the overall general plan is for base village,mall and shopping center Right direction Just going too slowly-too much politics Right direction Long term GAIN,short term PAIN Right direction Maybe with the increase in businesses there will be restaurants of quality open all year round Right direction Need the updates and base village,but need to be managed and citizens informed Right direction New base is an economic necessity RRC Associates 6 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Right direction Now after such a monumental redevelopment let's have a moratodumll! Right direction Poor start-better corrective actions Right direction Recent efforts to provide more employee housing have helped stabilize the local workforce. Need so much more. Right direction Right direction,just 10 years behind Right direction The Base Village Development was approved by voters and now everyone on both sides of the issue should support the Project. Community divisiveness only hinders the process and causes tensions that are hard to get rid of Right direction the fact that this survey is going out is great and we are expanding the base village without much disruption to me. Right direction The scale ofthese projects is too large Right direction To date,question as to future Right direction Want to say right track,but to be determined by finished product Right direction We are finally updating after 30 years of neglect Right direction We needed Base Village to get otherproperties to reinvest in themselves Right direction We needed the"upgrade"change and it will take time to accomplish Right direction We were lacking as a first class resort,this will revive the entire town as it should Wrong track After the Base Village aprovals,the development community is seeming to look for more ways to increase their financial bottom line. Wrong track Again too manypeople,it will be CROWDED Wrong track Allowed too much height and density in new Base Village-bad aestheticsjust like the mass of Woodrun Place Wrong track Base Village is too big. Developers sold us a bill of goods,bailed out,village will be a mess for the next 5 years. Wrong track Compromising with developers Wrong track Construction is eating up our way oflife. Stop it now! Wrong track Councilmembers who do not want to "solve"problems;rather they want to "create"problems Wrong track Development for development's sake;fostering image improvements rather than functional improvements Wrong track Development needs to continue,but it seems like Related is running the town more and more, Wrong track DonY like size and scope of Base Village! Wrong track Giving away the area to developers,not caring for locals any more Wrong track Having only one main commercial owner is dangerous.Maybe it will work,but it is a big risk. Wrong track Lack of planning-giving developers everything they want Wrong track Life in Snowiness Village is too frantic. Vacation time is not relaxing. Wrong track Look at the monstrosities being built in Base Village. And that is only Phase One.Look how many construction projects are underway in our village.How long until the bubble bursts and we are left with the debris? Wrong track Major stakeholders need to move forward! Find compromise! The village is at a point of no return. We are losing market share. Wrong track Need to hold developers accountable Wrong track New base village retail spaces monopolized and too little opportunity for"Tittle guy,"poorplanning/not enough parking,housing in development Wrong track Not a responsible growth plan Wrong track Seems to be going from family oriented to'high end market" Wrong track Should be stronger on comprehensive plan for long term Wrong track Too much emphasis on money,characterbeing lost Wrong track We are not looking out for the community Wrong track We are not the little village tucked away in the mountains any more Wrong track We need more environmental and local oriented thinkers RRC Associates 7 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Respondents who feel the Town is on the "wrong track" are also especially likely to feel that communications within the Town are poor (47 percent are dissatisfied) and that the value of the Town's "aspiration statement" is weak (49 percent of"wrong track" respondents say it is "not at all valuable' compared to 13 percent of"right direction" respondents who say it is "not at all valuable"). Finally, there are very different ratings among the "wrong track/right direction" respondents of the "vision for the new Snowmass Village." Things in the Town are: Attitude towards the new"vision:" Going in the Right Direction On the Wrong Track Very excited 55% 4% Somewhat excited 40% 31% Not at all excited 3% 62% Don't know 1% 3% Sense of Community. Respondents were asked whether they feel the sense of community in the Town of Snowmass Village has improved, gotten worse, or stayed the same over the past two years. The majority of respondents (61 percent) felt the sense of community had gotten worse, compared to 8 percent who felt that it had improved, 17 percent who felt it had stayed the same, and 15 percent who did not know or did not have an opinion. As evidenced by the open-ended comments, many respondents feel the development of Base Village has divided the Town and consequently has degraded the sense of community. Many felt that if the community is able to move on from the decisions of Base Village, there will be opportunities for the Town to initiate revitalization of the sense of community. Comprehensive Plan. When asked whether they were aware of the Town's 1998 Comprehensive Plan, 55 percent of respondents overall indicated that they were aware of the plan. As expected, year-round residents were more aware of the plan in comparison to seasonal residents (62 percent vs. 47 percent), and residents who had lived in the Town for more than 15 years were the most likely to be aware of the plan (70 percent). Aspiration Statement. Similarly, year-round residents (56 percent) and long-time residents lived in the Town for 15 years or more) (56 percent) were the most likely to be aware of the Town's Aspiration Statement (compared to overall respondents who indicated an awareness level of 43 percent). It is interesting to note that when respondents were asked to rate the value of the Aspiration Statement, year-round residents and long-time residents were among the segments that rated it the lowest, consistent with the generally lower ratings provided by these segments in most of the categories in the survey. Issues of Importance The Most Important Issues—Open Ended Comments. Respondents were asked to provide what they feel are the two biggest issues facing the Town of Snowmass Village. Evaluating open-ended comments with regard to the most important issues in Snowmass Village, the largest percentage of respondents identified growth/density/crowding/overbuilding (21 percent) as one of the top two issues facing the Town. Along the same lines, specific comments referring to development (20 percent) and construction (19 percent) were also priorities, followed by parking/transportation/traffic (19 percent), the sense/feeling of community and RRC Associates 8 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 quality of life (18 percent), Town Government/services/taxes (17 percent), and Base Village (17 percent). Particularly important to year-round residents were the issues of construction, development, sense/feeling of community, and Town Government. Of greater relative importance to seasonal residents were growth/density/crowding/overbuilding, Base Village, and parking/transportation/traffic. It is important to note that not all respondents are identifying each of these categories because they support them. Some are opposed but recognize the debate that has occurred and press coverage of particular interest in recent years. WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE ARE THE TWO BIGGEST ISSUES, IN ORDER OF PRIORITY, FACING THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE? Year-round Seasonal Overall resident resident Growth/Density/Crowding/Overbuilding 21% 18% 25% Development 20% 22% 17% Construction 19% 24% 16% Parking/Transportation/Traffic 19% 15% 22% Community(sense,feel,quality of life) 18% 20% 17% Town Government/Services(fax 17% 20% 13% Base Village 17% 12% 23% Housing 13% 17% 7% Employment/Economic 9% 11% 6% Environment/Natural Resource/Wildlife 8%7% 9% Event/Amenities/Marketing 7%6% 9% Cost of Living 2%1% 4% Other 2%1% 3% Recreation/Parks/Openspace/Trails 1%1% 2% When open-ended comments are evaluated along with responses on the "biggest issue," a more complete picture of opinions emerges. A complete list of comments has been provided under separate cover. RRC Associates 9 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Importance Ratings The survey also addressed the importance of various issues and opportunities that had been identified prior to fielding the survey. These issues and opportunities, which are summarized in the following two graphs, show a clear prioritization by survey respondents. When asked "how important are the following to you and your household?" using a "1" to "5" scale, the results show"green initiatives and sustainable building practices in the Town organization and building codes' is a top priority among all respondents (74 percent of overall respondents rated it as a 4" or "5— Extremely Important'), along with "additional parking providing access to skiing," which was extremely important to 63 percent of all respondents. As illustrated below, the priorities of year-round residents and seasonal residents differ on a few issues. Green initiatives and sustainable building practices, indoor multi purpose events facility, new conference center, and library services are of particular importance to year-round residents, while additional parking to provide access to skiing and a movie theater are of slightly greater importance to seasonal residents than year-round residents. HOW IMPORTANT ARE THE FOLLOWING TO YOU AND YOUR HOUSEHOLD? By Residential Status Green initafives and sustainable building practices in the town 82% organization and building codes u 65% I 61% Additional parking providing access to skiing 64% 77% The special events program to attract visitors 80/10/° I i Movie theater 60% 154% I Indoor mulfi-purpose events facility 57%_ 5/° 58% Performing arts center W47% 6% 53% New conference center 64% JE I I I 45% Having libraryservices available in the town 32%m Year-round I Seasonal 38%Business owner/emp Additon of an ice rink 34% 111549/ i I 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 60% g0% Percent Responding "4 d 5-Extremely Important' RRC Associates 10 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 A set of clear priorities is also apparent when looking at results by family status. While green initiatives and sustainable building practices is the top priority overall and for most household types, it is noticeably less of a priority for empty-nesters, who make up almost half of the respondent population. Although green initiatives and sustainable building practices is still one of the top priorities for empty-nesters, additional parking providing access to skiing is equally as important an issue for them. As would be expected, a movie theater, indoor multi-purpose events facility, performing arts center, and ice rink are more important to households with children than to those without. HOW IMPORTANT ARE THE FOLLOWING TO YOU AND YOUR HOUSEHOLD? By Family Status Green initiatves and sustainable building practices in the town e6% organization and building codes n ° I l 59% Addifional parking providing access to skiing 64%66% 60% ! The special events program to attract visitors 61%'60% 50% Move theater 0 65% 53% Indoor multi-purpose events facility 52%' 61% I I 38% Performing arts center 8%58% ! I 42% New conference center 54% I 53% Hating libraryservices available in the town 43% in Single,no children l Couple,no children40. I p Household with childrenAdditionofanicerink46% Empty-nester i 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100 percent Responding "4d 5-Extremely Important" % Satisfaction Ratings Ratings of Town Government and Services. Respondents were asked to rate their satisfaction with a variety of aspects of the Town of Snowmass Village, including Town government and boards, the Building and Planning Department, the Public Works Department, police services, Village Shuttle service, public parking services, recreation services, information and RRC Associates 11 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 communication, and the Town's employee housing program. Ratings were based on a scale of 1 (Not at all Satisfied) to 5 (Very Satisfied). The following table shows the top-rated categories (average rating of 4.3 or higher) and the bottom-rated categories (average rating lower than 3.0) of all ratings questions. As shown, police employees (friendliness and approachability), feeling of safety and security, punctual shuttle service, snow removal, quality of police service, police response times, shuttle bus driver courtesy, and access to shuttle stops and routes were in the highest tier of ratings. On the other end of the scale, Town Council, Planning Commission, Town Council meetings, management and communication regarding construction, ability of roads to handle traffic volume, Second Homeowners Board, timeliness of communication, Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board, and level of communication were the lowest-rated aspects of the Town. These ratings are discussed in more detail below. RATE YOUR SATISFACTION WITH THE FOLLOWING CATEGORY Average Rating(HIGH) Friendliness and approachability of police department employees(POLICE) 4.54 Overall feeling of safety and security(POLICE) 4.45 Timely/punctual service(SHUTTLE) 4.43 Snow removal(PUBLIC WORKS) 4.36 Overall quality of service(POLICE)4.33 How quickly police respond to requests for service(POLICE) 4.33 Bus driver courtesy(SHUTTLE) 4.32 Ease of access/locations of stops and routes(SHUTTLE) 4.32 CATEGORY Average Rating(LOW) Level of communication(COMMUNICATIONS) 2.9 Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board(TOWN BOARDS) 2.9 Timeliness of communication(COMMUNICATIONS) 2.88 Second Homeowners Board(TOWN BOARDS) 2.84 Overall ability of local roads to handle current traffic volume(ROAD/PARKING) 2.72 Town's management and communications concerning construction going on in Town. 2.65 CONSTRUCTION) Town Council meetings(GOVERNMENT) 2.61 Planning Commission(TOWN BOARDS) 2.6 Town Council(GOVERNMENT) 2.46 Town Government and Boards. While ratings of Snowmass Village's Town Council were among the most negative, ratings of the Town government's staff were relatively high. The Town Clerk's department received the highest ratings with 69 percent of respondents indicating a 'A" or"5" (very satisfied) rating, followed by the Town staff with 64 percent. In contrast, 17 percent of respondents were "very satisfied" (ratings of 4 or 5) with Town Council and 48 percent were "not at all satisfied" (ratings of 1 or 2), and 19 percent were very satisfied with Towri Council meetings and 44 percent were not at all satisfied. When asked which of the Town's boards respondents were aware of, the Planning Commission was the most well known (86 percent of respondents were aware of it), followed by the Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board (78 percent), Trails Committee (68 percent), and the Second Homeowners Board (64 percent). While the majority of respondents were aware of the Planning Commission, it received the lowest satisfaction rating of all the boards (50 percent RRC Associates 12 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 of respondents indicating a 1" or"2" rating). The Trails Committee received by far the highest satisfaction ratings (70 percent rating it as a "4" or"5"), followed by the Arts Advisory Board (49 percent), Grant Review Board (43 percent), and the Liquor Board (42 percent). When further analyzing the data in regards to the open-ended comments offered about Town boards, dissatisfaction with expanded rules (particularly about disallowing alcohol) at the Thursday night concerts was mentioned by many respondents. Support was expressed for the Trails Committee along with suggestions for improvements such as improving the communication and accessibility of the committee and specific improvements to the trail system. There were diverse opinions of the Second Homeowners Board, ranging from "not needed"to strong support and a desire for increased activity and further outreach to second homeowners. SATISFACTION WITH TOWN GOVERNMENT AND BOARDS Town Town clerk's department(3.93) 69% Government Town staff(3.74) 64% Town Council meetings(2.61) 19% 44% Town Council(2.46) 17% 8% I Town Boards Trails Committee(3.91)70% Arts Advisory Board(3.42) 9% 1070 Grant ReAew Board(3.25) 0 43% Liquor Board(3.08) 42% OZ7o Financial Advisory Board(3.13) 38% Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board(2.9) 39x/0 32%Second Homeowners Board(2.84) 351% I I I Board ofAppeals and Examiners(2.99) a1/p% Percent responding"4"o Percent responding"1"or Planning Commission(2.6) 26% 500% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Percent Responding Scak:"4 8 5-Very Satisfied9'1 8 2-Not at Ad Satisfed" A sampling of comments regarding Town Boards is listed below, and the full set was provided under separate cover. RRC Associates 13 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Arts advisory board should be more supportive oflocal institutions. Liquor Board needs to bring back carry in beer and wine to concerts—somehow,make it happen. Much better directional signage needed for trails,particularly Govt. Trail. Grant review board needs more direction to support cultural organizations within Snowmass Village. They seem to use a scattershot method now. Planning board seemed to approve too big a project with base village, , The trail committee should develop with the ski company more min bike trails,and should have not allowed the base village to destroy the existing trails without proper altematives. Second homeowners board is a joke. Town council has no interest in what they say. The requirement that you can't live in Snowmass more than"x"months per year to be on the board is absurd. Yet you allow some property owner who has moved down valley but still owns rental condo to be eligible for the board. What are you thinking? The FAB provides succinct,professional comments that are to the point;Planning Commission does theirjob in conducting thorough reviews,although some members tendto get off on unrelated Yangents'topics. There should be a Town employee representing the Trails Committee to help with direct contact,improve communication and to make them more accessible. The Second Homeowner Board is a great idea,but they need to reach out to those that may not be available to attend the meetings(i.e.via surveys,etc.). Council doesnl take(advice)ofboards afterthey have done a great deal of study and analysis I appreciate the 2nd Homeowners Advisory Board;I've felt we have little voice and assume that will improve Marketing board needs better leadership and to be held accountable for extremely large budget No alcohol brought to concerts-not fun anymore and no one goes. Another Snowmass tradition gone. Planning commission seems to take too long to make decisions-or maybe it's the town council? Building and Plannina Department. The courtesy and fairness of the building and planning department was rated particularly high (65 percent rating it as a "4" or"5") in comparison to the other aspects of the department(overall service and efficiency, providing clear expectations on process, adequacy of staffing), which received lower levels of"very satisfied" ratings and higher proportions of"not at all satisfied" ratings. Open-ended comments indicated that respondents feel the department is understaffed, but that employees work hard to meet the needs of the community. Suggestions included a desire for increased communication on the time required to issue permits. Public Works Department. The Public Works Department received favorable ratings overall, the highest of which was snow removal with 89 percent of respondents indicating they were very satisfied. Solid waste recycling was also rated relatively high with 76 percent rating it as a "4" or 5,"followed by summer street maintenance with 72 percent. As evident in the open-ended comments, increased solid waste recycling and education for the community on available recycling options are opportunities for the Public Works Department to further enhance services to the community. RRC Associates 14 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH TOWN BUILDING AND PLANNING DEPARTMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS Building and 65°% Planning Courtesy and faimess(3.75) 1370i I i I Overall service and efficiency(3.1) 41% Providing clear expectations on the process(3.12) 40% I I Adequacyof staffing in department(3.1) 40% Percent responding"4"or"5" I®Percent responding"1"or"2" Public Works 89%Snow removal(4.36) I Solid waste recycling(4.12) 76% Summer street maintenance(3.97) 72% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Percent Responding Scale:"4 8 5-Very Satisfied"Pl 8 2-Not at AN Satisfied" Police Services. Services provided by the Town's Police Department were also rated favorably overall. The highest ratings received were the friendliness and approachability of department employees (93 percent), followed by the overall feeling of safety and security (89 percent), and the overall quality of service (88 percent). Almost all aspects of Police services received average ratings above 4.0 (on a 5-point scale). RRC Associates 15 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH TOWN POLICE SERVICES Friendliness and approachabilityof police deparment 935 employees(4.54) Oeerall feeling of safety and security(4.45) 89% eloOoerallqualityofseNce(4.33)08% HowquicklypolicerespondtorequestsforseNce(4.33) Animal seances(4. 29Department's effortto present crimes(4.25) Patrol-in retail areas(4.09) Usibilityof police footbehicle patrol merall(4.07 075/0 Enforcement of traffic laws(3.99) 74 ° Patrol-in your neighborhood(3.86) 66% V'10 i Percent responding"4"or"5" 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Percent responding"1"or"2" percent Responding Scale:"4 8 5-Very SatisfiedY"1 6 2-Not atAR Satisfied" Villaqe Shuttle Service. Village Shuttle ratings were particularly high with all receiving an average rating above 4.3. Timely and punctual service was rated the highest (88 percent receiving ratings of'A" or"5"), followed by ease of access/location of stops and routes (86 percent), and bus driver courtesy (85 percent). Comments regarding the shuttle service were also quite positive, with many indicating a desire for increased service, such as extending the current routes and continuing specific services throughout the year rather than just during the winter. Local Road and Public Parking Services. The location of parking in relation to where respondents wanted to go was the highest rated aspect of the local road and public parking services (50 percent very satisfied), but overall, ratings in this category were relatively low. As shown in the chart below, availability of parking to access skiing and commercial areas received approximately as many positive ratings.as negative ratings in both categories (between 33 and 37 percent). Receiving the lowest rating was the overall ability of local roads to handle current traffic volume (28 percent very satisfied compared to 43 percent not satisfied at all). As expressed in the open-ended comments, many respondents feel there is already a lack of parking and that traffic is becoming more of a problem, especially at peak times, and will only continue to get worse with the new development in Town. RRC Associates 16 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH VILLAGE SHUTTLE, LOCAL ROAD, AND PUBLIC PARKING SERVICES Village Shuttle 8%Timely/punctual service(4.43)0 Ease of accessllocations of stops and routes(4.32) 8 % 0 Bus driver courtesy(4.32) 85/0 o I Percent responding"4"or"5" Local Road/Public Parking Services D Percent responding"1"or"2" Location in relation to where you want to go(3.4) 5170 o Availability to access skiing(3.04) 5 % Availability of parking to access commercial areas(2.96)33% 036/0 1 Overall ability of local roads to handle current traffic volume 28% 2.72) 43% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Percent Responding Scale:"4 8 5-Very Satisfied"/"18 2-Not at All Satisfied" Recreation Services. Trails throughout the Village were the highest rated aspect of recreation services (82 percent very satisfied), followed by pool facilities (72 percent), and fitness facilities 71 percent). Recreation programs was the lowest rated aspect overall with 44 percent of respondents very satisfied. Singles and households with children typically rated recreation services lower than the overall respondents, while empty-nesters tended to be more satisfied with the services offered. While the percentage of respondents who have visited the new recreation center since it opened is relatively strong (68 percent indicating that they or a member of their family had been there since it opened), membership was significantly lower at 18 percent. As expected, usage and membership among year-round residents is higher than seasonal residents, with 83 percent of year-round residents who had visited the center, compared to 47 percent of seasonal residents, and 24 percent of year-round residents with a membership, compared to 10 percent of seasonal residents. RRC Associates 17 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH TOWN RECREATION SERVICES Trails throughout the Village(4.13) 82% Pool facilities(3.94) 72% I Fitness facilities(3.92) 71 P Overall customer service(3.89) 6 I Parks facilities(3.65) 58% o 44% Percentresponding"4"or"5"Recreation programs(3.42) Percent responding"1"or"2"o ' 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Percent Responding Scale:"4 8 5-Very SatisfiedY"1 8 2-Notst AN Satisfied' Following up on ratings of current recreation facilities, the survey asked "What recreational facilities does Snowmass Village NOT have that you would like to see provided?" and also probed for any additional comments or suggestions concerning the programs and facilities currently offered. There were a number of new facilities mentioned, including a fitness room, multi-purpose room (as part of the recreation center), ice rink, skate park, climbing gym, picnic areas, and more tennis courts and pools (potentially indoors). In regards to improvements to existing facilities and programs, increased classes/programs and organized activities (such as fitness classes, activity groups that meet regularly, and more activities during the winter and summer) were listed, along with maintenance of facilities and parks, and better parking at trailheads. When looking at the comments in respect to residential status, there were many similarities between the year-round and seasonal residents, outside of differences expected between the two groups (e.g., year-round residents expressing more of a desire for scheduled classes and community meeting spaces, while seasonal residents want easily accessible activities that that they can participate in while in town). The following table shows a sampling of these comments broken down by residential status. Residential Status Comment Year-round Would love a GOOD climbing gym-not just forkids Year-round Multi-purpose rooms for communky/classes/meetings at Rec Center Year-round More open space:basketball court Year-round Maintenance of existing facilities—parks Year-round Ice rink I would lave to see basketball courts and an aerobics room-Outdoorprograms that meet at the rec Year-round center,like a funning group,biking group,climbing group-;What about a Masters Swim team? Year-round Fitness classes at times for working people,before 8 and after 5 Seasonal Too expensive(fitness facilities)fora non-resident Seasonal Picnic area with tables Seasonal More summer activity—mini golf,tennis courts,etc. RRC Associates 18 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 More pools with easier access,better evening programming for children and teens -bowling,ping Seasonal pong,campfires Seasonal Look forward to addition of volleyball/basketball courts and skateboardpark Seasonal Betterparking for trails Seasonal Alternative winter activities:snowshoeing,ice skating,ice hockey Seasonal Affordable access to the golf and more classes at rec. Town's Employee Housing Program. The overall satisfaction with the Town's Housing Department and programs received an average rating of 3.4, with 50 percent of all respondents indicating that they were very satisfied. Among the 22 percent of mail respondents that live in one of the Town's employee housing units, satisfaction was favorable, with 70 percent indicating they were very satisfied with the quality of housing and 68 percent that were very satisfied with the service and unit upkeep. SATISFACTION WITH TOWN'S EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROGRAM ALL respondents) Oeerall satisfaction with the 50% Town's Housing Dept.& program(3.4) 239%. iM Percent responding"4"or"5" I El Percent responding 1"or"2" Renters in Town housing ONLY) 70% Qualityofhousing(4.03) I Level of service and unit 68% upkeep(3.87) 169/( I 0%10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Percent Responding Scale:"4 8 5-Very Satisfied'71 6 2-Not at Ap Satisfied" Communication and Information Ratings of communication within the Town were rated relatively low overall. The Town's website as a timely and convenient resource for government information was rated favorably (4 or 5 on 5-point scale) by 41 percent of respondents, followed by the level of communication (32 percent rating it as a 4 or 5, compared.to 37 percent rating it a 1 or 2), and timeliness of communication (30 percent rating it as a 4 or 5, compared to 35 percent rating it a 1 or 2). RRC Associates 19 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH TOWN COMMUNICATIONS I Town's website as a timelyand convenient resource for 41% government information(3.28) 16% E Percentresponding"4"or"5" Percent responding"1"or"2" I Level of Communication(2.9) I32% 37% i Timelinessofcommunication(2.88) 30% 35% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Percent Responding Scale:"4 8 5-Very Satisfied'71 8 2-Not at All Satisfied" When asked how informed respondents feel on current issues facing Town Council, 55 percent of respondents indicated that they feel well-informed (64 percent of year round residents feel well-informed compared to 44 percent of seasonal residents). When comparing survey methods, Web survey respondents appeared to be more informed on issues facing Town Council (68 percent felt well-informed, compared to 55 percent of mail respondents). The results suggest that those community members that have chosen to be on the Town's email list are better informed. The obvious question is whether there are opportunities to expand the email list to facilitate greater communications. As shown in the table below, the local newspaper and friends are the most frequently identified methods of accessing government information for both mail and Web respondents. The importance of the newspaper is notable. The differences between mail and Web respondents can be seen though in their use of the Website and attendance at Town Council meetings. Obviously, Web respondents are much more likely to access information on the Website (64 percent compared to 34 percent of mail respondents), but it is interesting to note that the respondents (both mail and Web) who indicated they felt well-informed on current issues facing Town Council were noticeably more likely to use the Website as a source of information. Of the mail respondents who felt well-informed, 40 percent use the Website to access information, compared to those that did not feel informed of which 25 percent use the Website. Among the Web respondents who felt well-informed, 75 percent use the Website to access information, compared to those that did not feel informed of which 38 percent use the Website. This emphasizes the importance of the Website as a source of information for community members and the potential to enhance this tool for communication. RRC Associates 20 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Survey Source Mail-back Web Do you feel well Do you feel well Overall Mail back Web informed on current informed on current issues facing Town issues facing Town Council? Council? Yes No Yes No Do you feel well informed es 57% 55% 68% 100% 100% on current issues facing Town Council? 40 43% 1 45% 1 33% 100% 100% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% n=465 385 80 211 174 54 26 Local newspaper 89% 90% 85% 92% 87% 87%81% Friends 44% 44% 45% 44% 42% 48%43% ebsite 39% 34% 64% 40% 25% 75%38% How do you currently During Town Councilaccessgovernment information?meetings 25% 22% 40% 30% 13% 46%29% ther 11% 13% 17% 10% Forums 8% 7% 13% 10%5%15%10% nnual Report 6% 6% 7%5%6%10% OTAL 222% 216% 255% 236% 187% 281% 200% n-467 392 75 209 165 52 21 When asked what additional information respondents would like to see provided by the Town and by what means, the comments described a desire for more detailed descriptions of events and what is going on around the Town, along with a specific calendar of events published and updated on a regular basis. Consistent with data shown in the previous table, the Web including emails) and local newspaper are effective ways to reach community members including second home owners. The following comments provide further detail of suggestions for communication improvement. Specialevents calendar/Newsletter...seasonal.Email. A lot ofevents are not always very detailed. Its like they assume everyone already knows. Times,locations,costs, etc. Email newsletter I'd like to see more responsiveness to citizens-we feel disenfranchised! I'm not full time and readpaper only when here. It has been negative against 2nd homeowners. I stopped subscribing. I've signed upon Internet to be informed of"Second Homeowners Meeting"but never gotten any response ornotices. Better communications,efforts, and relationship with secondhomeowners. More bulletins on paper and webmte More current web site and more timely updates Snowmass Sun-weekly half or full page dedicated to Town info Awareness of Construction Management Plan. While more than 60 percent of respondents were aware of the Town's construction management plan, the proportion of respondents that were satisfied with the Town's management and communications concerning construction was significantly lower. Less than one-third (27 percent) of respondents were "very satisfied"with RRC Associates 21 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 the Town's efforts, while 45 percent were "not at all satisfied." Clearly, in light of the importance and impacts of continuing construction, there is an opportunity to further focus on construction- related information. Based on the survey results, the newspaper and Web are appropriate tools to distribute information. Respondents were given the opportunity to offer suggestions for what the Town could be doing better in regards to management and communication concerning the construction. Many respondents want to know more details of the long-term timeline and how that affects them in the short-term through reliable and consistent communication, such as regular newsletters, postings in the paper, and up-to-date information available on the website. A sampling of the comments is listed below: Communications is great;the amount ofconstruction is mind-boggling. I am confident that the folks working together on the plan are doing well. I have liked what I have seen/observed so far of the new town manager, and the staff all seem committed and energetic. Make sure the Flaggers are awake and paying attention. You can have the best plan in the world but ifthe front line employees are not following through youVe got nothing. Plenty of management but not enough enforcement The website has great current info. I just didnY know about if until now. Publicize the site more. Maybe a sign that people would read while they're stuck in construction traffic. 1 do like all the announcements in the paper;I do not think the development is being well managed Maybe website and newsletter tracking of"red tags,"week's construction events, %completion of most important 25 projects. What is the plan 3 months, 6 months out...not just this week? Future Direction When looking to the future, aspects that respondents would most like to retain in the Town include open space, natural beauty, skiing, small town atmosphere, and sense of community. The question "If you could keep one thing the same in Snowmass Village in perpetuity, what would it be?" yielded results which emphasized the ability to maintain the Town's sense of community, character, and atmosphere within its natural surroundings and outdoor opportunities. The Vision for Snowmass Village. A few questions with specific regard to Snowmass Village's future were asked. The first asked respondents "Thinking about the vision for the new Snowmass Village, and all the improvements that are occurring, how would you describe your attitude?" About 23 percent of mail respondents said they were"very excited," 37 percent were somewhat excited," and 36 percent were "not at all excited." When comparing these results to Web respondents, 44 percent were "very excited," 28 percent were "somewhat excited," and 21 percent were "not at all excited." Again, with the question, we find that long-time residents differ from others and are most likely to lack excitement for the changes taking place. RRC Associates 22 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 ATTITUDE TOWARDS VISION FOR THE NEW SNOWMASS VILLAGE Ti Overall 1.i I I Year-round resident 26% Seasonal resident 39% 23 Non-resident-employeelbusiness owner 7, 46% NOlat all exci&d Sonewhat exci d Very eaciled Doit know whatthe vision is Less than 1 year I 170 25% 1 -5 years age 6-15 years 38 40% More than 15 years 0°h 50/6 100/6 150% 20% 25% 30% 351/6 40% 45% 50% Percent Responding While many residents were content with how the Town was and did not want to see change, a proportion of respondents indicated initial excitement for Snowmass Village's new vision. Although, as changes become more evident and construction increases, some of this excitement has changed to apprehension as some residents lose trust in the developer and envision Snowmass Village's small town atmosphere declining. Some respondents have maintained a positive attitude for Snowmass's future and expressed excitement for the end result once the construction is finished. A sampling of comments follows, broken down by the respondent's attitude indicated towards the vision. Attitude toward vision Comment Somewhat excited Afraid town is getting too expensive for families 37 percent of responses)) Change is good,but smaller steps Don't grow at the expense of character From initial approval the new BV was exciting. But the hand-changing between Intrawest and Related WestPac is concerning. I try to stay optimistic. Growth can be good,if done right. 1 want to be able to live and work here,that is becoming tough. I am excited,but at the same time change is always hard. The Vold schooP ways of Snowmass were fun and memorable yet 1 know all of this building and change will be better for the long run. It is clearthat what was originally proposed for Base Village has been modified significantly and I really do not understand the current plan. RRC Associates 23 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Not at all excited Disappointed, SAD, I may move 36 percent of responses) Getting overdeveloped,losing atmosphere 1 moved to a small town in the mountains. I never"envisioned"it becoming a metropolis. Only those with large financial gains at stake are excited. improvements?more traffic during peak times,and more empty buildings during none peak times It's nice we are upgrading facilities but the impact has been too great Very excited Any reservations I have are based on not knowing what the plans are that Related West Pac has 23 percent of responses)) for changes to base village,mall and shopping center 1 wish it could be finished in 3-5 years and not 7-10 years Very excited about the future once the construction is completed. 1 wouldjust like to know the timeline and the plan... We need a more holistic and cohesive process. I donY see most ofthem as improvements;ifthe new vision is about real estate income then you are meeting your goal Potential Infrastructure/Programs to be Added. The survey also asked community members if there were specific infrastructure or programs that are not currently in Snowmass Village that they would like to see added in the next five years. More than 71 percent of respondents indicated that there was something they would like to see added. Of the open-ended comments provided, facilities such as a library, movie theater, performing arts center, ice rink, and a larger selection of restaurants and retail establishments were mentioned the most. A gas station in the Village, conference/multi-purpose facilities, and more employee housing, were also named, along with the addition of mail delivery service in the Town. A sampling of comments follows, along with a complete list of responses provided under separate cover. Residential Status Comment Year-round Really like the addition of a LIBRARY and a MOVIE COMPLEX Year-round Mail service-we seem to afford all other amenities, why not this??? Year-round Conference center and multi-purpose event center Seasonal Performing and visual arts facilities,especially in conjunction with Anderson Ranch;musical events more than once a week) Seasonal Movies,library, community meeting facility Seasonal Movies,hardware,reasonably priced drug store and supermarket, more restaurants,more bathrooms Seasonal More restaurants, movie theater,retail Seasonal More rented employee housing Seasonal Ice skating rink Seasonal Gas station in the village itself Ice fink and movie theater,performing arts theater for music in winter, we need activities for the youth Rodeo Facility. In regards to the Rodeo Grounds, the survey first asked about community members' current use of the facilities, then probed opinions of the best use of the land and facilities in the future. Approximately two-thirds of respondents had been to the rodeo at least once in the past five years, which was consistent among year-round and seasonal residents. The results show that households with children were the most likely to attend the rodeo (77 percent), along with couples without children (70 percent), and empty-nesters (67 percent). RRC Associates 24 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Looking to the future, more than half of respondents (56 percent) preferred maintaining the facilities for rodeo use but also developing it for other uses such as a multipurpose events center. Other options for future uses were evaluated and included "develop primarily for multipurpose events with reduced rodeo use" (23 percent) and "left largely as it is without other uses on the site" (21 percent). Based on the comments provided by respondents, the rodeo grounds are viewed as an important aspect of the community to some, but many respondents feel that the land could be used more efficiently and with increased usage during the week for a variety of activities. While there were some respondents who felt quite strongly that the rodeo should definitely remain as is, and some respondents who feel it is a poor use of space and should be eliminated, there was an overall theme throughout the comments that if the grounds are developed at any level for other uses, additional buildings and facilities are not needed. Many preferred emphasizing the Town's open space rather than adding any new buildings. Future use preferred Comment Maintain for rodeo,but Between the baseball field,the golf course and the rodeo this area has become,bydefault develop almost,the town's recreational center for outdoor activities. Therefore the more that can be 56 percent of responses) centralized in this area for resident and visitor use,the better. It's a shame it sits emptyduring spring,fall and winter Only ifyou don not have to build another building Seems like a lot of usable space at the rodeo,but planning that space is crucial to successful usefulness. Use as multipurpose,NOT to develop some place else in SMV Develop,reduce rodeo use I do not like the concept of the rodeo and think our village could do much better with the space. 23 percent of responses) I'd like to see it have a variety of uses if it can be done without adding more buildings. So much land set aside just for once weekly rodeo Using rodeo grounds for other purposes would attract more people throughout the week Left as is Do we have to develop everything?Open space is important to the overall impression of 21 percent of responses) Snowmass. Please keep the rodeo as is. No more buildings,please. Prefer no increase in facility development and a restoration ofthe natural environment especially the riparian habitat. Surely,we do not need the "potential"visitor center in addition to the Transit Center"Welcoming"capacity. Mail Area. In an open-ended question, respondents were asked to list any key elements they would like to see in the mall area. The need for a variety of dining options, such as more affordable establishments, up-scale restaurants, and extended restaurant hours, was expressed by many respondents. Variety of retail stores was also important to respondents, who would like to not only see ski equipment and tourist-focused shops, but more unique, locally-owned stores. A compelling reason to go there. It's a pleasant place to stroll,but once you've seen the shops once and have yourski gear, there's not a lot to go back for. My fantasy would be to build a"must visit"ice cream parlor right in the middle of the mall. Year-round customers. A place folks from Base Village ride the special lift to go to. A place everyone takes their grandkids to. A place people tell visitors to go check out. A place to go to after dinner for a stroll. Architectural variety,intimate scale and charm. reasonable retail-notjust t-shirt stores,wide mix of shops and eateries RRC Associates 25 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Affordable rents for locals to operate businesses,not chains Affordable restaurants and shops Betterrestaurants,coffee/bakery with longer hours Ease ofaccess Gathering area(fountainMre pit/stage for music) Keep it unique and quaint Moderate priced restaurants,clothing other than souvenir items,kids'clothing and toys,coffee shop,movie theater, multipurpose space More access and more parking More refined dining-less"bar food" More retail,less real estate offices! Upgraded store fronts-some personality Viable mix of retail/restaurant/service. Love the special events like craft fairs. Vitality,open year round RRC Associates 26 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SUMMARY OF MAILBACK RESULTS First,a few questions about the general state of Snowmass Village... 1. In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village? 2. Would you say that things in the Town of Snowmass Village are going in the right direction,or have they gotten off on the wrong track? n=394 31% Rightdirection 54 Wrong track 14 Don't know Please feel free to explain your response: 3. How satisfied are you with the following functions of the Town of Snowmass Village government? Use a scale from 1 to 5 where 1 means"not at all satisfied"and 5 means"very satisfied"to rate each of the following items. Please use DK(Don't Know/No Opinion)as appropriate. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Town staff 3% 8 25 40 24 3.7 291 Town clerk's department 1 5 25 38 31 3.9 264 Town Council 26 22 35 14 3 2.5 307 Town Council meetings 19 25 36 14 5 2.6 277 4. Indicate which of the following Town boards of which you are aware,and your satisfaction With the current representation of each. Use a scale from 1 to 5 where 1 means"not at all satisfied"and 5 means"very satisfied"to rate each of the following items. AWARE NOT AT ALL VERY OF: SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Arts Advisory Board 50% 6% 11 34 31 18 3.4 125 Board of Appeals and Examiners 34 11 17 41 23 7 3.0 81 Financial Advisory Board 45 7 16 39 32 6 3.1 121 Grant Review Board 37 8 16 33 28 15 3.3 95 Liquor Board 58 16 16 25 28 14 3.1 146 Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board 79 19 20 23 27 11 2.9 226 Planning Commission 86 23 27 24 19 7 2.6 248 Second Homeowners Board 63 21 13 33 23 9 2.8 163 Trails Committee 68 2 6 23 38 31 3.9 198 n=363 Do you have any comments on your responses? YES NO UNCERTAIN 5. Would you be interested in mail ballots rather than voting at polling places? 55% 27 18 n=373 The Planning Department provides planning, design review, and administration ofland use approvals. 6. Have you used the Planning Department with the past 12 months? 24% Yes 76 No n=390 7. Please rate your satisfaction with the following aspects of the Building and Planning Department. Use the same 1 to 5 scale as before. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Courtesy and fairness 7% 11 17 30 35 3.8 162 Adequacy of staffing in department 11 24 25 24 16 3.1 147 Overall service and efficiency 13 19 27 26 15 3.1 164 Providing clear expectations on the process 13 18 29 24 16 3.1 165 The Public Works Department provides maintenance of public areas including roads and village areas. 8. Rate your satisfaction with Public Works services in the Town of Snowmass Village: NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Snow removal 2% 2 6 36 54 4.4 370 Summer street maintenance 4 8 15 30 42 4.0 355 Solid waste recycling 3 5 15 29 47 4.1 321 Do you have any specific comments concerning Planning or Public Works? 9. Have you had contact with a member of the Snowmass Village Police Department within the past 12 months? n=376 50% Yes,face-to-face interaction 8 Yes,other form of interaction 42 No 10. Please rate your satisfaction with the following aspects of Police Services in the Town of Snowmass Village. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Animal services 3% 3 11 29 54 4.3 276 Overall feeling of safety and security 1 1 9 30 59 4.5 356 Visibility of police foot/vehicle patrol overall 2 4 19 36 39 4.1 307 In your neighborhood 4 6 24 31 35 3.9 302 In retail areas 2 4 19 31 43 4.1 283 Friendliness and approachability of police department employees 2 5 30 64 4.5 321 Department's effort to prevent crimes 1 3 13 35 48 4.3 263 Enforcement of traffic laws 4 8 15 33 41 4.0 315 How quickly police respond to requests for service 1 2 12 31 54 4.3 242 Overall quality of service 1 2 9 40 48 4.3 334 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning police services in the town? 11. Approximately how many times per week do you ride the Village Shuttle? 3.8 in winter,n=3521.7 in summer, n=346 1.0 in spring, n=3331.0 in fall, n=329(ENTER 0I NONE;(FALL ARE 0,GO TO Q. 13) 2 12. Please rate your satisfaction with the Village Shuttle service. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Timely/punctual service 1% 3 8 30 59 4.4 278 Bus driver courtesy 1 5 10 31 54 4.3 283 Ease of access/locations of stops and routes 2 4 9 32 54 4.3 279 Do you have any comments on the Village Shuttle or transportation issues? 13. How frequently do you park in the Town's parking lots(#1-13)in the winter? n=391 23% Never 22 One-two times a month 31 3-10 times a month 10 11-15 times a month 14 16 or more times a month 14. Please rate your satisfaction with local road and public parking services in Snowmass Village. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Location in relation to where you want to go 7% 14 28 33 18 3.4 366 Availability of parking to access commercial areas 13 23 31 21 12 3.0 377 Availability to access skiing 15 20 28 21 16 3.0 327 Overall ability of local roads to handle current traffic volume 21 22 29 21 7 2.7 375 15. What priority would you like to see given to parking enforcement in Snowmass Village?(Note:"3"Means"Neither Low Priority Nor High Priority") VERY LOW VERY HIGH PRIORITY PRIORITY mean n 7% 11 39 25 18 3.4 355 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning shuttle service,parking or roads? 16. Are you aware that the Town has a Group Sales Department that can help with eventstgroups of 10 or more? n=385 57% Yes 43 No 17. Would you consider utilizing the Town's Group Sales Department for help in your planning of: YES NO Family reunions 26% 74% n=355 Weddings 25 75 n=344 Corporate meetings 39 61 n=340 Conferences/conventions 39 61 n=343 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning Group Sales? 3 18. How important are the following to you and your household? Use a scale from 1 to 5 where 1 is"not at all important"and 5 is"extremely important,"or DK for don't know/no opinion. NOT AT ALL EXTREMELY IMPORTANT IMPORTANT mean n Green initiatives and sustainable building practices in the town organization and building codes 4% 6 16 29 45 4.0 395 Having library services available in the town recognizing that they aren't currently available) 22 18 21 23 16 2.9 392 Additional parking providing access to skiing 10 8 19 25 38 3.7 387 Addition of an ice rink 27 13 23 24 14 2.8 394 Indoor multipurpose events facility 15 10 23 28 24 3.4 378 New conference center 19 11 23 22 24 3.2 383 Performing arts center 19 10 23 27 20 3.2 393 The special events program to attract visitors 16 7 19 28 30 3.5 381 Movie theater 16 9 20 29 26 3.4 396 Do you have any specific comments on your response to these questions? YES NO 19. Have you or a member of your family been to the new recreation center? 68% 32% n=399 Are you a member of the new recreation center?18 82 n=395 20. Overall,in the Town of Snowmass Village,how satisfied are you with the following recreation services: NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Fitness facilities 4% 3 21 39 32 3.9 275 Pool facilities 5 5 19 35 37 3.9 287 Recreation programs 6 8 42 28 17 3.4 230 Parks facilities 4 6 32 36 22 3.7 306 Overall customer service 1 5 26 39 29 3.9 276 Trails throughout the Village 2 4 12 43 39 4.1 360 Are there other trails you would like to see added to our network? 21. What recreational facilities does Snowmass Village NOT have that you would like to see provided? Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning current recreational programs/facilities? 22. How many times have you or your family and friends attended the rodeo in the past five years?2.9 times,n=392 Are there specific activities or features you would like to see at the Rodeo Grounds? 23. Increasingly,the Snowmass community is impacted by a scarcity of land on which to provide facilities and services. This leads to consideration of"multiple use"opportunities. Thinking about the rodeo arena and surrounding land,would you prefer to seek: n=370 21% Left largely as it is without other uses on the site 56 Maintained for rodeo use but developed for other uses such a multipurpose events center 23 Developed primarily for multipurpose events with reduced rodeo use Any comments on your response? 24. Do you feel well informed on current issues facing Town Council? 55"/o Yes 45% No n=385 4 25. How do you currently access government information? n=392 34% Website 6 Annual Report 13 Other: 22 During Town Council meetings 44 Friends largely'TV) 90 Local newspaper 7 Forums 26. How would you rate the Town of Snowmass Village's website as a timely and convenient resource for government information? (Use I'M"if Don't Know/Never Used.) NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n 2% 15 42 36 5 3.3 176 27. How would you rate town communications? NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Level/amount of communication 12% 24 31 26 6 2.9 305 Timeliness of communication 13 22 34 23 7 2.9 291 What additional information would you like to see provided from the Town and by what means? 28. Are you aware of the Town's 1998 Comprehensive Plan? 55% Yes 45% No n=393 29. Are you aware of the Town's"aspiration"statement? 43% Yes 57% No n=386 Town of Snowmass Village Aspiration Statement We aspire to be the leading multi-season,family-oriented mountain resort community.We will do this by creating,marketing,and delivering distinctive choices for fun,excitement,challenge,learning,and togetherness.All this is done amidst our unique,natural splendor...as part of a memorable Aspen/Snowmass experience.Further,we wish to be seen by others as welcoming,dynamic, convenient,and successful.We will always be responsible stewards of our environment,economy,and society.When successful, Snowmass Village will have achieved the quality of life and economic vitality that will assure our future as a sustainable resort community. 30. Please rate the value of this statement: NOT AT ALL VERY VALUABLE VALUABLE mean n 15% 18 22 25 20 3.2 363 Do you have any comments on what you would change in the statement? 31. Over the past two years has the sense of community within the Town improved,gotten worse or stayed the same? n=400 8% Improved 61 Gotten worse 17 Stayed the same 15 Don't know/no opinion Do you have any comments or suggestions on your response? 5 32. If you could keep one thing the same in Snowmass Village in perpetuity,what would it be? 33. What doesn't Snowmass Village have(facilities and amenities)that you would like to see provided? Are there specific infrastructure or programs you would like to see added to serve Snowmass Village in the next five years? n=262 71% Yes(what are they?) 29 No 34. Thinking about the vision for the new Snowmass Village,and all the improvements that are occurring, how would you describe your attitude? n=386 36% Not at all excited 37 Somewhat excited 23 Very excited 4 Don't know what the vision is Do you have any comments on your response? 35. What are a few key elements you would like to see in the mall area? 36. Are you aware of the town's construction management plan? 60% Yes 40% No n=377 37. Rate your satisfaction with the Town of Snowmass Village's management and communications concerning construction going on in Town. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n 22% 23 28 21 5 2.6 346 If you are not satisfied,what could we be doing better? 38. Do you own or rent your residence? n=389 71% Own free-market unit 14 Own deed-restricted unit Own a"fractional'unit 3 Rent free-market unit 10 Rent Town-owned unit or unit with subsidized rates 3 Other(specify) 39. Are you a resident in a unit that is part of the Town's employee housing program? n=387 22% Yes 78 No 40. If you are a renter in the Town's housing,please rate the following: NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Quality of housing 3% 3 25 30 40 4.0 40 Level of service and unit upkeep 5 11 16 29 39 3.9 38 41. Please rate your overall satisfaction with the Town's Housing Department and programs. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n 10% 13 27 26 23 3.4 179 6 Please provide the following demographic information. Please remember that all responses remain strictly confidential and are reported only in group format. 42. Where is your residence within the Town of 45. Which ofthe following best describes you? n=394 Snowmass Village located? n=390 2% Non-resident owner of business/commercial property 12% Horse Ranch Neighborhood GO TO Q.48) 14 Melton Ranch/Sinclair 56 Year-round resident(11+months/year) 2 Fox Run 41 Seasonal resident/second-home owner 2 The Divide 2 Employee in the village—live outside Snowmass 2 Two Creeks 11 Mtn,View/Creekside 46. (IF RESIDENT)Do you own or operate a business 8 Snowmass Club within the Town of Snowmass Village? n=306 21 Upper Village 22% Yes 29 Other 78 No 43, In an effort to help us understand local phone usage, 47. Are you a registered voter in Snowmass Village? which best describes your access to telephone n=383 services at your residence? n=397 57% Yes 10% 1 have only a cell phone 43 No 9 1 have only a land line 82 1 have both a cell phone and a land line 48. In what year were you bom?average age 55.3,n=352 44. How long have you lived within the Town of 49. Which of these categories best describes your marital Snowiness Village(or owned property if a status? n=394 non-resident)? n=398 15% Single, no children 3% Less than 1 year 15 Couple,no children 14 1-5 years 25 Household with children 31 6-15 years 45 Empty-nester,children no longer at home 53 More than 15 years 50, Do you have grandchildren that visit you in Snowmass Village? n=395 37% Yes 63% No 51. Do you have parents or grandparents that visit you? n=397 40% Yes 60% No Thank you for your participation in our continuing evaluation program. Please use back page and/or attach sheet if needed for additional comments or suggestions. 7 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: David Peckler Transportation Director DATE: October 1, 2007 SUBJECT: Resolution No. 4, Series of 2007: Contract Agreement between the Town and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) for Section 5311 - Administrative and Operating grant to support transit service on Village Shuttle's Routes 3 and 8. 1.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Council's adoption of this resolution approves entering into a contract with CDOT to accept a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) - Section 5311 grant for the purpose of operating year-round transit service on Village Shuttle - Route 3 (Mall to Snowmass Club) and Route 8 ( Mall to Recreation Center). The agreement requires the Town to obligate $130,625.00 in local funds to cover our portion of the service, and comply with FTA guidelines relative to the activities to be covered by the grant. II.BACKGROUND: The Town has been receiving a FTA - Section 5311 grant through the CDOT since 2004. CDOT administers the Section 5311 grants. The grant continues to provide financial support for year-round transit service on Village Shuttle - Route 3 to support employee- housing units along Brush Creek Rd, Owl Creek Rd and Snowmass Club Circle. The grant also makes a contribution to subsidize year round transit service on Village Shuttle Route 8 to support employee-housing units on Brush Creek Rd and Horse Ranch Dr and provide access to the Public Recreation Facility. The grant application is a biannual application covering 2008 and 2009. The award for 2008 covers an Administrative grant for$33,125 (FTA$26,500 and Local Match $6,625) and an Operating grant for$248,000 FTA$124,000 and Local Match $124,000). A requirement of the grant agreement with CDOT is that the Town obligates the Local Match, which is $130,625. III. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS The contract also covers the FTA' standard Certifications and Assurances which lists the federal guidelines relative to the activities of the grantee. Most notable are: the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), Buy American provisions, Employee Protections, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), regulations for a Drug Free Workplace and Prevention of Alcohol Misuse and Prohibited Drug Use in Transit Operations, and regulations concerning Charter Service and School Bus Operations. Staff has been working over the years to maintain compliance with the Certifications and Assurances. The details on the Certifications and Assurances can be found at http://www.fta.dot.gov/documents/2007- Certs-Appendix_A.doc. There should be no significant impact to the Town. IV. DISCUSION ITEMS/NEXT STEPS A. Approve the Contract. B. Decline to enter into the Contract. V. NEXT STEPS/MAJOR MILESTONES NA VI. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL Approve the Contract. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 4 SERIES OF 2007 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO APPROVING AN AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT, FOR THE PROVISION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN NON-URBANIZED AREAS —Section 5311. WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV) has the power to enter into agreements with the State of Colorado; and, WHEREAS, the State of Colorado, State Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Development (CDOT), has obtained certain unencumbered Federal funds for the provision of public transportation in non urbanized areas under Section 5311 in 2007; and, WHEREAS, the CDOT is responsible for the disbursement of these funds; and, WHEREAS, the TOSV is desirous of obtaining said funds for the provision of public transportation services to residents of, and has filed an application with the CDOT for the purpose; and, WHEREAS, CDOT has proposed an intergovernmental agreement with the TOSV to provide funds for such services: and, WHEREAS, the TOSV desires to accept the funds for such services pursuant to the conditions of the agreement; and, WHEREAS, the TOSV desires to work together with the CDOT to effect said services as provided in the agreement. WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Resolution is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, Section One: The Town of Snowmass Village hereby authorizes the Mayor to approve the contract between the Town of Snowmass Village and the State Department of 03-45 RESO. Page 2 of 2 Transportation, upon review and agreement by him to the terms and conditions stated therein, and authorizes its Mayor to sign said contract. Section Two: The Town of Snowmass Village hereby obligates the local fund share of $130,625, as required by Exhibit A in the contract. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on the 1 st 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 NO&W PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING ORDINANCE NO. 19, SERIES OF 2007: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10, ARTICLE V OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDING THE SMOKING REGULATIONS ON SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES WITHIN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE WHEN: MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 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 September 26, 2007 http://www.tosv.com clerk @tosv.com MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Russ Forrest DATE: October 1, 2007 SUBJECT: Amendments to the Smoking Regulations I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Second Reading of an Ordinance amending the Smoking regulations in the Town of Snowmass Village II. SUMMARY OF PROJECT Council members have asked staff to prepare modifications to the TOSV smoking regulations contained in Chapter 10 to regulate smoking in outdoor areas of TOSV. III. BACKGROUND A. Ordinances 6 of 1989, 4 of 1998, 8 of 2001, and 30 of 2001 enacted the current smoking regulations for TOSV. IV. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS These regulations are codified in Chapter 10, Article V, Sections 10-81 et.seq. of the SVMC. V. DISCUSSIONITEMS: ALTERNATIVES AND IMPLICATIONS Review amendments from First Reading . VI. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Staff recommends that Town Council discuss and modify, approve or deny this Ordinance at Second Reading on October 1, 2007. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 19 SERIES OF 2007 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10, ARTICLE V OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDING THE SMOKING REGULATIONS ON SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES WITHIN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village has enacted Smoking Regulations for the benefit of the health, welfare and safety of the citizens, residents and guests of the Town; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has determined that additional Smoking Regulations are desirable to provide broad and diverse protection for all persons in the Town of Snowmass Village from the ill effects of secondhand smoke; and WHEREAS, the Town Council has reviewed studies that evidence the health dangers associated with secondhand smoke; and WHEREAS, the altitude of the Town of Snowmass Village can exacerbate the dangerous effects of secondhand smoke: and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village that Chapter 10, Article V shall be hereby amended as follows: 1. That "Sec. 10-82. Definitions." shall be amended by adding the following definitions to those already contained in said Section and shall read as follows: As used in this Article, the following words shall be construed to have the meanings defined below: 1) Public place means any area where the public is invited or permitted or an area that serves as a place of work. 2) Smoking means the combustion of any cigar, cigarette, pipe or similar article, using any form of tobacco or other combustible substance in any form, other than for theatrical performances by an employee of the establishment. 07-19Ord Page 2 of 4 3) Outdoor Public Place means any area to which the public is invited or in which the public is permitted, including but not limited to parks and recreational areas designed in whole or in part to be used by adults and/or children that have play or sports equipment; or have been designated or landscaped for play or sports activities or any similar facility located on public grounds; outdoor venues for public gatherings including Fanny Hill event/concert area and the Jazz Aspen Snowmass concert area. Outdoor Public Places shall not include parking lots or other areas designated or reserved for the parking of motorized vehicles; hiking, biking skiing or horseback riding trails. 4) Service Line means any outdoor line at which one or more persons are waiting for or receiving service including but not limited to, movie ticket lines, theatre lines, concert lines, sporting event lines, food vendor lines, lift tickets lines, and chairlift or gondola lift lines. For the purposes of this Chapter, Service Line shall include standing in line to embark on the chairlift or gondola lift and the period of time on such lifts until disembarking from said lift. 2. That "Sec. 10-83. Smoking prohibited." shall be amended to read as follows: Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed Public Places, Outdoor Public Places and Service Lines." Smoking may be permitted, however, at the discretion of any organizer or sponsor of an event or activity in Outdoor Public Places, only in specifically designated Smoking Permitted Areas, provided that: 1. such places are clearly marked and delineated as such. 2. such places are posted with signs that clearly and conspicuously recite the phrase, 'This is a Smoking Permitted Area. No smoking permitted outside this area" 3. such place is no closer than 15 feet from any Service Line or other area where food or beverages are sold or consumed or are designated for the sale or consumption of food or beverages, or are where persons are gathered for the purpose of selling, purchasing or consuming food or beverages. 07-19Ord Page 3 of 4 4. such place is no closer than 15 feet from the area where persons are gathered at, performing at, or using the facilities of an Outdoor Public Place. 3. That "Sec. 10-84 Signs." shall be amended to read as follows: All enclosed Public Places, Outdoor Public Places and Service Lines shall be posted with signs that clearly and conspicuously recite the phrase "No Smoking" or use the international no-smoking symbol. The signs shall be of sufficient number and placed in prominent locations to convey the message that smoking is prohibited to the public clearly and legibly. Those enclosed public places that are used solely as places of work are exempt from the requirements of this Section. In any Public Place, Outdoor Public Place or Service Line, where electronically amplified music or speech or both are regularly employed as a part of the use of such area, the organizer or promoter of the use of said area shall be required to announce, by means of the electronic amplification then in use, at intervals no greater than between performances and at any intermission, that This area is designated as a smoke free zone, where smoking is prohibited, except in the designated smoking permitted areas." No such announcements shall be required in areas where the electronically amplified music or speech is incidental to and not a part of the purpose of the use of the area. 4. That "Sec. 10-85 Violation and penalty." shall be amended to read as follows: The following acts constitute violations of this Article: 1) Smoking in an enclosed Public Place, Outdoor Public Place or Service Line; 2) Failing to post signs or make the announcements as required by this Article; 3)Willfully destructing or defacing signs required to be posted by this Article. 5. 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. 07-19Ord Page 4 of 4 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED AS AMENDED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on September 17, 2007 upon a motion by Council Member Mordkin the second of Council Member Sparhawk, and upon a vote of 4 in favor and 0 opposed. Council Member Lewis opposed. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED as amended by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on October 1, 2007 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and_opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Douglas Mercatoris, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Doug Mercatoris, Mayor DATE: October 1, 2007 SUBJECT: Country Club Townhomes Renovation discussion and request for subsidy to assist funding deed restricted unit renovations. I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Discussion and request for a Housing Excise Tax Fund subsidy to assist the Country Club deed restricted homeowners with their renovation expense obligation. If this subsidy is approved the Housing Department will need Council approval to add a portion (25%) of the renovation expense paid by the homeowner onto the resale price of the unit. Council will also need to discuss the Town's payment schedule if the subsidy is approved. II. SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION The Country club Townhome owners recently voted to approve an exterior renovation plan with an estimated cost of $13,765,000. The Town has 11 deed-restricted units mixed with 83 free market units in this complex. All 11 of these units voted against the special assessment. The approved renovations are unaffordable for the owners of the deed-restricted units. These renovation expenses ranges from $78,890.00 to $96,977.00 per unit and the current housing guidelines do not allow these expenses to be added to the resale price. I have met with most of the deed restricted homeowners to discuss the renovations and I have heard their concerns about the affordability of living in these units. The magnitude of this renovation assessment may force our current owners to move out unless the Town of Snowmass Village offers some financial assistance. I have told the homeowners that I will propose a 75% renovation subsidy from the Housing Excise Tax Fund to the Town Council. The remaining 25% of the renovation expense will be paid by the homeowner and this portion of the renovation expense will be added to the resale price with Council approval. In addition to the basic renovation package I believe the Town should split the optional window replacement package to reduce future energy consumption. The window replacement subsidy will support the goal of making the Town's employee housing more energy efficient. The window replacement packages have a price range of $10,423 to 13,672 for the deed-restricted units. The total subsidy for the renovations and the window package is 861,620.00 and this includes $110,649 for the renovation of Country Club Unit # 60 our Town owned unit. The four renovation payments are due in January and July of both 2008 and 2009. If the renovation subsidy is approved the Country Club Townhomes deed restricted owners have requested for the Town to pay the first three payments and they will pay the last payment. They have requested the final payment to allow additional time for some owners to secure a loan for the renovation assessment. III. Attachments Attachment 1- Country Club Towhomes Renovation Assessment Estimate Attachment 2 - Country Club Townhomes Renovation Options Attachment 3 - Housing Department Country Club Townhomes Renovation summary Attachment 4 - TOSV Proposed 2008 Excise Tax Fund Budget Summary Attachment 1 COUNTRY CLUB TOWNHOMES Page 1 of 1 RENOVATION ASSESSMENT ESTIMATE UNIT Heated UNIT RENOVATION UNIT Heated UNIT RENOVATION Sq Ft ASSESSMENT Sq Ft ASSESSMENT 1 2,866 1.3216% 170,513 46 2,145 0.9891% 127,617 2 2,212 1.0200% 131,603 47 2,320 1.0698% 138,028 3 2,340 1.0790% 139,218 48 2,145 0.9891% 127,617 4 ` 1,326._ -.0.6114%_.: - -_$78,890' _;> 49 2,943 1.3571% 175,094 1,655_ 0.76320%___ - $98,464 ul 50 2,792 1.2874% 168,040 6 2,320 1.0698% 138,028 51 2,375 1.09520/6 142,943 7 2,542 101722% 151,236 I'I 52 1,738 0.8014% 104,604 8 2,866 1.3216% 170,513 nl 53 1,738 0.8014% 104,604 9 2,145 0.9891% 127,617 I'I 54 2,375 1.0952% 142,943 10 2,360 1.0882°% 140,408 i'I 55 2,804 1.2930% 168,763 11 2,570 1.1851% 152,902 58 2,592 1.1952°% 154,211 12 2,584 1.1915% 153,735 59 1,630 0.7516% 96,977 13 2,145 0.9891°% 127,617 60 1,630 - 0.7516°%96,977 14 2,320 1.0698% 1-3-8,0-2--8 61 1,326 0.6114% 78,890 15 2,542 1.1722% 151,236 62 1,326 0.6114%-_-- --$78,890. 16 2,866 1.3216°% 170,513 63 1,326 0.61140% 78,890 17 2,145 0.9891% 127,617 64 2,320 1.0698% 138,028 18 1,630 0.7516% 96;977 65 2,866 1.3216% 170,513 19 1,630 0.7516% 96,977.: 66 2,914 1.34370% 175,383 20 2,320 1.0698% 138,028 i'I 67 2,279 1.0509% 137,165 21 2,320 1.0698% 138,028 i'I 68 2,279 1.05090/6 137,165 22 2,866 1.3216% 170,513 i'1 69 2,911 1.3423% 175,203 23 2,542 1.1722% 151,236 lil 70 2,890 1.3326% 173,939 24 2,145 0.9891% 127,617 l+) 71 2,279 1.0509% 137,165 25 1,630 -0.7516°% - $96,97' 72 2,279 1.0509% 137,165 26___ :1,326_ 0.6114% 78,890 1) 73 2,907 1.3405% 174,962 27 1,326 0.6114% 78,890 1) 74/75 5,229 2.41120% 314,715 28 1,326 -0.6114°% 78;8§0 i 11) 76 1,780 0.8208% 107,132 29-1,326 0.6114% 78,890. _ 1) 77 1,738 0.8014% 104,604 30 2,5421 1.1722% 151,236 1) 78 2,375 1.0952% 142,943 31 2,9451 1.3580% 175,213 1) 79 2,792 1.2874% 168,040 32 2,320 1.0698% 138,028 1) 80 2,901 1.3377% 174,601 33 2,145 0.9891% 127,617 1) 81 2,279 1.0509% 137,165 34 2,145 0.9891°% 127,617 i1 I 82183 4,402 2.0299% 264,941 35 2,592 1.1952% 154,211 1) 84 1,914 0.8826% 115,197 36 2,592 1.1952% 154,211 1) 85 2,884 1.3299% 173,578 37 2,320 1.0698% 138,028 1) 86 3,074 1 1.4175% 185,013 38 2,320 1.0698% 138,028 1) 87 2,432 1.1214% 146,373 39 2,1451 0.9891% 127,617 1) 88 2,941 1.3562°% 177,008 40 2,866 1.3216% 170,513 1) 89 2,894 1.3345% 174179 41 2,592 1.1952% 154,211 I'I 90/91 3,929 1.8117% 236,472 42 2,320 1.0698°% 138,028 i'I 92 2,894 1.3345% 174,179 43 2,592 1.1952% 154,211 I'I 93 2,894 1.3345% 1 $174,179 44 2,592 1.1952°% 154,211 I'I 94195 3,929 1.8117% 1 $236,472 45 2340 1.0790°% 139,218 I'I 96 1 2,894 110.3345°% 174,179 TOTAL 216,863 0.0000% $12,965,000 I'I Phase 3 and 4 Renovation Assessment includes the extra DaVinci roof cost. Attachment 2 Page 1 of 1 COUNTRY CLUBTOWNHOMES CORPORATION OPTIONS 1 I. Flagstone Walkway for individual unit entrance: quoted at :$42/sq.ft.Includes demolishing existing concrete walk,and replacing it with new concrete slab base for the Flagstone.A typical unit would require approx.200 sq ft. 2. New Energy Efficient Windows—Wilmar LowE2: Price quoted depends on unit and number of windows replaced. Typical Phase 1&2 Units: Typical Phase 3&4 Units: A - $23,225 A - $34,565 B - $19,043 B - $28,822 C - $16,033 C - $17,537 D - $21,100 DbIC - $38,868 F - $10,423 G - $13,672rj1l) I T,z5, 51 .a6 3. New Hard-Coat Stucco: Owners who wish to replace the Cedar Siding with Stucco on certain South-Facing aspects prone to severe sun damage may consult with the contractor and architect to determine the extent of stucco,subject to review by the Architecture Review Board and board approval. There will be a credit to the overall bid number per sq.ft.of stucco. 4. Decking ReplacementTrex Decking or Equivalent: Removal and replacement of the existing decking with a new,long lasting composite decking such asTrex) may be negotiated at the time of construction. S. Photovoltaic Panels (PV): Owners interested in this option can contact the architects for an evaluation with a consultant to determine the size of array that may be possible.Typical installation costs,before rebates,are approx.$10 /watt. 6. Individual Unit Personalization: Owners wishing to add personal touches not included in the basic plan,or otherwise included as options above,are required to produce architectural plans,at their expense,for review and approval by the Board,and architectural committee. Attachment 3 Housing Department Country Club Townhomes Page 1 of 1 Renovation Assessment Summary 10/ 1/ 2007 Unit S . Foot Renovation 75% 25% Window Option 75% 25% Total 75% TOSV Total 25% Owner 4 1326 $ 78, 890. 00 $ 59, 167. 50 $ 19, 722. 50 $ 10, 423. 00 $ 7, 817. 25 $ 2, 605. 75 $ 66, 984. 75 $ 22, 328. 25 26 1326 $ 78, 890. 00 $ 59, 167. 50 $ 19, 722. 50 $ 10, 423. 00 $ 7, 817. 25 $ 2, 605. 75 $ 66, 984. 75 $ 22, 328. 25 28 1326 $ 78, 890. 00 $ 59, 167. 50 $ 19, 722. 50 $ 10, 423. 00 $ 7, 817. 25 $ 2, 605. 75 $ 66, 984. 75 $ 22, 328. 25 29 1326 $ 78, 890. 00 $ 59, 167. 50 $ 19, 722. 50 $ 10, 423. 00 $ 7, 817. 25 $ 2, 605. 75 $ 66, 984. 75 $ 22, 328. 25 62 1326 $ 78, 890. 00 $ 59, 167. 50 $ 19, 722. 50 $ 10, 423. 00 $ 7, 817. 25 $ 2, 605. 75 $ 66, 984. 75 $ 22, 328. 25 Sub Total 394, 450. 00 $ 295, 837. 50 $ 98, 612. 50 $ 52, 115. 00 $ 39, 086. 25 $ 13, 028. 75 $ 334, 923. 75 $ 111, 641. 25 5 1655 $ 98, 464. 00 $ 73, 848. 00 $ 24, 616. 00 $ 13, 672. 00 $ 10, 254. 00 $ 3, 418. 00 $ 84, 102. 00 $ 28, 034. 00 18 1630 $ 96, 977. 00 $ 72, 732. 75 $ 24, 244. 25 $ 13, 672. 00 $ 10, 254. 00 $ 3, 418. 00 $ 82, 986. 75 $ 27, 662. 25 19 1630 $ 96, 977. 00 $ 72, 732. 75 $ 24, 244. 25 $ 13, 672. 00 $ 10, 254. 00 $ 3, 418. 00 $ 82, 986. 75 $ 27, 662. 25 25 1630 $ 96, 977. 00 $ 72, 732. 75 $ 24, 244. 25 $ 13, 672. 00 $ 10, 254. 00 $ 3, 418. 00 $ 82, 986. 75 $ 27, 662. 25 59 1630 $ 96, 977. 00 $ 72, 732. 75 $ 24, 244. 25 $ 13, 672. 00 $ 10, 254. 00 $ 3, 418. 00 $ 82, 986. 75 $ 27, 662. 25 Sub Total 583, 349. 00 $ 437, 511. 75 $ 145, 837. 25 $ 82, 032. 00 $ 61, 524. 00 $ 20, 508. 00 $ 416, 049. 00 $ 138, 683. 00 100% 100% 100% TOSV 60 1630 $ 96, 977. 00 $ 96, 977. 00 13, 672. 00 $ 13, 672. 00 110, 649. 00 Grand Total 977, 799. 00 $ 733, 349. 25 $ 244, 449. 75 1 $ 134, 147. 00 $ 100, 610. 25 1 $ 33, 536. 75 $ 861, 621. 75 $ 250, 324. 25 Attachment 4 Page 1 of 2 Town of Snowmass Village Excise Tax Fund Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 Actual Budget Revised Variance PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 4, 723, 626. 65 $ 4, 927, 216 22 $ 5, 861, 942. 42 $ 934, 726. 20 $ 2, 412, 168. 42 OPERATING REVENUES 1, 995, 238. 59 $ 1, 135, 000. 00 $ 2, 828, 276. 00 $ 1, 693, 276. 00 $ 1, 747, 500. 00 Rodeo Place Home Sales 8, 860, 940. 00 OPERATING EXPENDITURES 83, 164. 00) $ ( 83, 164. 00) $ Rodeo Place Home- Construction 4, 025, 256. 00) $ ( 4, 025, 256. 00) $ ( 4, 835, 355. 00) Solar Panels 100, 820. 00) $ ( 100, 820. 00) $ ( 126, 011. 00) Country Club Townhomes 430, 810. 00) $ ( 430, 810. 00) $ ( 430, 810. 00) NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 1, 995, 238. 59 $ 1, 135, 000. 00 $ ( 1, 811, 774. 00) $ ( 2, 946, 774. 00) $ 5, 216, 264. 00 Transfer Out- Capital Projects Fund 856, 922. 82) $ ( 1, 254, 695. 00) $ ( 1, 638, 000. 00) $ ( 383, 305. 00) $ ( 459, 772. 00) YEAR END CARRYOVER 5, 861, 942. 42 $ 4, 807, 521. 22 $ 2, 412, 168. 42 $ ( 2, 395, 352. 80) $ 7, 168, 660. 42 Appropriations/ Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 Actual Budget Revised Variance PROPOSED Cash in- lieu Reserve 791, 770. 00 $ 791, 770. 00 $ 791, 770. 00 Funds Available 5, 861, 942. 42 $ 4, 807, 521. 22 $ 1, 620, 398. 42 $ ( 3, 187, 122. 80) $ 6, 376, 890. 42 TOTAL- OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/ RESERVES 5, 861, 942. 42 $ 4, 807, 521. 22 $ 2, 412, 168. 42 $ ( 2, 395, 352. 80) $ 71168, 660. 42 39 Attachment 4 Page 2 of 2 Town of Snowmass Village Excise Tax Fund Budget Summary Revenues over Expenditures 2009 2010 2011 2012 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 7, 168, 660. 42 $ 8, 423, 585. 42 $ 8, 936, 158. 42 $ 9, 206, 608. 42 OPERATING REVENUES 1, 254, 925. 00 $ 512, 573. 00 $ 270, 450. 00 $ 278, 563, 00 Rodeo Place Home Sales OPERATING EXPENDITURES Rodeo Place Home- Construction Solar Panels Country Club Townhomes NET REVENUE over EXPENDITURES 1, 254, 925. 00 $ 512, 573. 00 $ 270, 450. 00 $ 278, 563. 00 Transfer Out- Capital Projects Fund YEAR END CARRYOVER 8, 423, 585. 42 $ 8, 936, 158. 42 $ 9, 206, 608. 42 $ 9, 485, 171. 42 Appropriations/ Reserves of the Year End Carryover 2009 2010 2011 2012 PROPOSED PROPOSE[) PROPOSED PROPOSED Cash in- lieu Reserve 791, 770. 00 $ 791, 770. 00 $ 791, 770. 00 $ 791, 770. 00 Funds Available 7, 631, 815. 42 $ 8, 144, 388. 42 $ 8, 414, 838. 42 $ 8, 693, 401. 42 TOTAL- OTHER APPROPRIATIONS/ RESERVES 8, 423, 585. 42 $ 8, 936, 158. 42 $ 9, 206, 608. 42 9, 485, 171. 42 40 N 1111 1"M 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: 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 @tosv.com MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Jason Haber DATE: October 1, 2007 SUBJECT: FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 12, SEREIS 1007 FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE —CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS Staff: Jason Haber 1.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: N/A 11. SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION PROJECT(MAY ONLY APPLY TO DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS). N/A III. DISCUSION ITEMS: ALTERNATIVES AND IMPLICATIONS N/A IV. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Allow Public Comment and table to October 15, 2007. V. NEXT STEPS First Reading on October 15, 2007 N"'M 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 ORDINANCEAM ENDING 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 clerk@tosv.com MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Jason Haber DATE: October 1, 2007 SUBJECT: FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 13, SEREIS 1007 FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE —CONSTRUCTION MITIGATION FEE Staff: Jason Haber I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: N/A II. SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION PROJECT (MAY ONLY APPLY TO DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS). N/A III. DISCUSION ITEMS: ALTERNATIVES AND IMPLICATIONS N/A IV. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Allow Public Comment and table to October 15, 2007. V. NEXT STEPS First Reading on October 15, 2007 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: RUSS FORREST, TOWN MANGER SUBJECT: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: October 1, 2007 Entryway Improvements Russ Forest Public Works completed the Entryway landscaping in the medians in one week versus two week as planned. Construction is planned to begin on the Gymnasium this month. Summary of Council Goals At the budget meeting on September 25`h the Council identified the following goals for the coming year: 1) Update the Comprehensive Plan in the next 8 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 two months on the Comprehensive Plan, submit to the Town Council information on: a. Next steps to initiate planning for a housing project at the draw site. b. Recommended changes on housing deed restrictions c. Recommendations for improving housing requirements for development projects d. 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). Manager's Report 08-20-07 Page 2 of 3 Strategic Actions/Update Russ Forest Staff Action Status Date to follow- Contact up w/ Council Russ Retreat Follow- Directors have created a purpose and Forrest up mission statement. Now working on October 15th as creating more specific goals for the next part of budget year with measurements. narrative Russ, Comprehensive Project Orientation/Process development October 1- Chris, Plan Update with consulting team on September 6&7. Survey Review David Meeting with Planning Commission on September 6, Hunt Entryway / Construction will commence on the October, 2007 Walker Gymnasium Gymnasium within the month Jason Environmental John Wilkinson has initiated an Determine Haber will Committee environmental committee and developed Committee in be the staff a mission statement September point of contact Also staff is working with West Pac on recycling in front of the Grocery Store. Chris Snowmass Will receive new plans on Center in Conrad Village Center November 2007. Project Susan Economic Marketing and Special Events Board has Work anticipated Hamley Strategic Plan issued an RFP to determine current and to be complete in future market trends for guests and to September/Octo develop recommendations based on that ber market information to help determine retail. Lodging, events, group sales, marketing, and other economic strategies in the future Jason Town Hall Latest input from the contractor is that Haber Town Hall completion is in November/December David TOD Project in NEPA work completed. Study concluded See Time — line Peckler West Village a Finding of No Significance- FTA is for reviewing Comprehensive Fn Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 fi Columbus Day 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Town EOTC Council 4:00 p.m. Meeting Aspen 4:00 p.m. Chambers 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 4 P Daylight HalloweenSavings Time ends ov IM=j Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 4f Veterans Day Observed 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Town Council Meeting a 4:00 p.m. Thanksgiving Day 25 26 27 28 29 30 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL FUND - BUDGET SUMMARY 2006 20137 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 BUDGET SUMMARY Actual Budw REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER 5029926. 55 § 4541, 46855 § 5, 512, 91207 § 971, 443. 52 § 4,] 87, 630. 07 § ( 725, 28200) § 4, 83005807 § 3, 92921607 § 4, 114, 45807 § 4, 500, 39]. 0] OPERATING REVENUES 11847, 509. 32 § 11] 0834200 § 12574, 3070C § 865. 965 § 12, 9435270C § 369, 220 DO § 13, 649, 8750C § 14, 13938700 § 14, 653, 71600 § 15, 10090200 Town Hall Rental Revenue 65, 236. 00 § 65, 23600 § 110, 64800 § 111440. 00 § 112, 16600 § 112. 14800 Cougw Car, on- townrds Town Hall payments § 9000000 § 9000000 § 90, Oo00o § 94000. 00 Bose Vlg- Per FIA- Operabrg Revenues § 50, 71000 § 50, 71000 § 20283800 § 53524900 § 774. 74800 § 1047, 30100 Bose Vlg- Per PTA- Operating Expenc § pe 381] 3.00; § ( 11, 171, 00; § ( 152692.. 00; § 1399, 29600; § ( 539, 961 00; § ( 685, 1830 OPERATIN EXPENDITURES 9697, 04100 ( 11, 140, 00000; § ( 4215, 01800; 75, 01800 § ( 11, 993, 3650; § ( 778, 34]. 00) § 02470,] 8] 00 § ( 12, 806, 826. 00; § ( 13, 13248300; § ( 13, 448, 20] 00; Town Hall COP/ Bldg Clen/ MntnJUtilltms § 469, 6]1. 00; § ( 469, 67100) § ( 766, 76000; § ( 771, 47900 § ( 7] 568]. 0 ; § ( 74, 3850 ; NN Oratig RaYsEx 2, 150, 42. 32 $ 568, 34 . 00 $ 1, 359, 289. 0 $ 790, 947. 00 § 558, 24. 00 $ ( 801 0250) $ 663, 122. 0 $ 898, 475. 00 $ 1, 182 499 00 $ 1," 2, 576. 00 Capital Outlay 515605. 00; 276, 302. 00) § ( 255, 880. 00; § 20, 42200 § 334, 93600; § ( 7905600; § ( 503, 316. 00; § ( 516, 06500; § ( 558, 32100; § ( 668, 50100; Net Operating Rav' VExp- with Capital $ 1, 634, 857. 32 $ 292040. 00 $ 1, 103, 40900 $ 811369. 00 § 223, 328. 00 $ ( 880, 081. 00) $ 159, 806. 00 $ 382, 410, 00 $ 624, 172. 00 $ 771, 069. 00 TOWN HALL IMPACTS TOWN HALL- ADDITIONAL COSTS 318164. 00; § ( 318, 164. 00; § 318, 16400 Town Hall- Transfer Out- CIP( desgn) 595, 000. 00; § ( 500, 000. 00) § ( 500, 000. 00; § 500, 000. 00 Town Hall- A.V. costs/ moving costs/ FFE 350, 000. 00; § ( 350, 000. 00; ONE- TIME REVENUES ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 36, 871. 80; § ( 691, 31400; § ( 840, 52100; § ( 14921300; § 360, 90000; § 479, 62100 § ( 350, 000. 00; § ( 235, 00000; § ( 2] 4500. 00; § ( 25200000; Cougar Canyon 180, 000013 § 18o, 000. o0 § 180, 000a0 § 18o, 0oo 00 § 90, 00000 § 90, 000. 00 § 9o, 000 OO § 9o, 000. 00 OTHER EXPENDITURES',TRANSFER OUT- CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND § FrSoo0000; § CAPITAL PROJECTS 06M 50, 64800; § ( 5216800; § ( 53] 33.00; § ( 55, 34500; NET REVENUE/ EXPENDITURES § ( 1, 151, 871B0 § ( 1011314. 00) § ( 1, 828, 69100) § ( 80, 3] 100 § 180, 900. 00) § 1, 647, 791. 00 § ( 1, 060, 64e00) § ( 19116800) § ( 238, 23300) § ( 217, 345. 00) ENDING CARRYOVER 5512912. 0] § 3822194. 55 § 4,] 87, 630. 0] § 965, 435. 52 § 4, 830, 058 07 § 42, 42800 § 3, 92921607 § 4, 114, 45807 § 4, 50039] 0] § 505112107 BVDGET APPROPRIATIONS 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Actual Bud.. t Revised VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED DESIGNATIONS/ RESERVES: INVENTORY 136, 463. 57 § 130, 000. 00 § 130, 000. 00 § 130, 000. 00 § 130, 00000 § 130, o00. 00 § 130, 000. 00 § 13000000 PREPAID EXPENSES 149, 63570 § 120. 00000 § 120, 000. 00 8 120, 00000 § 120, 00000 § 120, 000. 00 § 120, 000. 00 § 120, 00000 EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY 286, 11404 § 214, 663. 11 § 214663. 11 § 214, 663. 11 § 214, 66111 § 214, 663. 11 § 214, 663. 11 § 214663. 11 CAPITAL EQUIP RESERVE 32624600 § 303, 984. 00 § 303, 98400 § 399, 786 DO § 9580200 § 399J86 § 399, 786 § 399, 78600 § 399] 86.00 TOWN HALL COP- COUGAR CANYON § 180, 000. 00 § 360000. 00 § 36000000 § 540, 00000 § 180, oDo. 00 § 630, 000. 00 § 720, 00000 § 810, 00000 § 900, 000. 00 CONTINGENCY- 15% OF OPERATING REV § 1, 886, 14605 § 1, 886, 14605 § 1. 95892095 § 72, 774. 90 § 2108004. 15 § 2231411. 40 § 2, 344, 594. 50 § 2452552. 65 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS: 1, 078459. 31 § 1128, 647. 11 § 3, 014, 793. 16 § 1, 886, 146. 05 § 3, 363, 37006 § 348, 5]6. 90 § 360245316 § 3, 815, 860. 51 § 4, 019043. 61 § 4, 217, 001. 76 E FUNDS AVAILABLE b 4434, 452] 6 § 269354]. 44 § 17] 2836. 91 § ( 920,] 10.53; § 1466, 68801 § ( 306, 148. 90) § 326, 762. 81 § 298, 59756 § 481, 35346 § 840119. 31 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONSd FUNDS AVAILABLE § 5, 512, 9120] 3822, 194. 55 4) 87, 63007 965, 435521$ 4, 83005807 42, 12800 3929, 216. 0] 4, 114, 45887 E 4, 50039707 5,05], 1210] PREPARED 09/ 2]/ 0], 11: 18: 17 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD O8/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET -- VARIANCE- BUDGET "' VARINACE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET GENERAL FUND TAXES 001- 0000- 300, 01- 01 PROPERTY TAXES 275, 483- 300, 156- 300, 156- 0 304, 492- 4, 336 310, 954- 321, 838- 133, 102- 344,] 61- 001- 0060- 300, 01- 02 SPECIFIC OWNERSHIP 200, 438- 197, 831- 197, 831- 0 204, 755- 6, 924 211, 922- 219, 339- 227, 016- 234, 961- 001- 0000- 300, 01- 03 COUNTY SALES TAX 2, 481, 217- 2, 522, 684- 2, 591, 749- 69, 065 2, 695, 419- 103, 670 2, 803, 236- 2, 915, 365- 3, 031, 980- 3, 153, 259- 001- 0000- 300, 01- 04 TOWN SALES TAX 1, 275, 705- 1, 258, 483- 1, 348, 514- 90, 031 1, 417, 652- 69, 138 1, 474, 358- 1, 533, 332- 1, 594, 666- 1, 658, 452- 001- 0000- 300, 01- 05 FRANCHISE/ OCCUPATION TAX 443, 022- 406, 910- 443, 022- 36, 112 455, 892- 12, 870 471, 849- 488, 363- 505, 456- 523, 147- 001- 0000- 300, 01- 06 DELINQUENT TAXES- INTEREST 42- 15- 15- 0 15- 0 15- 15- 15- 15- REVENUE 4, 675, 907- 4, 686, 079- 4, 801, 287- 195, 200 5, 078, 225- 196, 938 5, 272, 334- 5, 478, 252- 5, 692, 235- 5, 914, 595- TAXES 4, 675, 907- 4, 686, 079- 4, 801, 287- 195, 208 5, 078, 225- 196, 938 5, 272, 334- 5, 478, 252- 5, 692, 235- 5, 914, 595- INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 001- 0000- 300, 02- 01 CIGARETTE TAX 22, 143- 20, 391- 19, 169- 1, 222- 19, 361- 192 19, 554- 19, 554- 19, 554- 19, 554- 001- 0000- 300, 02- 02 ADDITIONAL MVSO 10, 850- 10, 287- 10, 287- 0 10, 647- 360 11, 020- 11, 406- 11, 005- 12, 218- 001- 0000- 300, 02- 03 HIGHWAY USERS TAX 102, 653- 90, 943- 97, 120- 6,1]] 99, 891- 2, 771 103, 387- 107, 005- 110, 751- 114, 62]- 001- 0000- 300, 02- 04 COUNTY ROAD 6 BRIDGE 32, 305- 32, 390- 31, 149- 1, 249- 34, 452- 3, 303 35, 141- 35, 844- 36, 560- 37, 292- 001- 0000- 300, 02- 05 STATE GRANT- DUI ENFORCERS 0 11, 000- 9, 000- 2, 000- 91000- 0 91000- 0 9, 000- 9, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 02- 12 RUG SERVICE CONTRACT 322, 834- 130, 670- 355, 410- 24, 740 369, 620- 14, 210 384, 410- 395, 940- 407, 020- 420, 050- 001- 0000- 300, 02- 15 FTA- 5311 RURAL CPR GRANT 48,] 00- 50, 161- 125, 000- 74, 839 115, 000- 10, 000- 135, 000- 135, 000- 145, 000- 145, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 02- 18 IGA- ELECTRICAL INSPECTION 9, 195- 2, 500- 2, 500- 0 2, 500- 0 2, 500- 2, 500- 2, 500- 2, 500- 001- 0000- 300, 02- 21 VALE GRANT 2, 193- 3, 500- 1, 750- 1, 750- 1, 750- 0 1, 750- 1, 750- 1, 750- 1, 750- REVENUE 550, 873- 551, 850- 651, 385- 99, 535 662, 221- 10, 036 701, 762- 708, 999- 744, 740- 761, 991- INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 550, 873- 551, 850- 651, 385- 99, 535 662, 221- 10, 836 701, 762- 708, 999- ] 44,] 40- ] 61, 991- LICENSES/ PERMITS 001- 0000- 30D. 03- 01 LIQUOR LICENSE 5, 113- 5, 507- 6, 015- 428 7, 912- 1, 897 9, 787- 11, 662- 13, 537- 15, 412- 001- 0000- 300, 03- 02 BUSINESS/ SALES TAX LICENS 51, 465- 47, 755- 47, 772- 17 52, 055- 4, 203 53, 210- 54, 315- 55, 165- 56, 015- 001- 0000- 300, 03- 04 BLDG/ CONTRACTOR LICENSES 26, 070- 25, 000- 25, 000- 0 25, 000- 0 25, 000- 25, 000- 25, 000- 25, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 03- 05 BUILDING PERMITS 812, 903- 507, 500- 897, 285- 389, 185 487, 574- 409, 711- 384, 410- 369, 094- 372, 175- 373, 087- 001- 0000- 300, 03- 06 ELECTRICAL PERMITS 37, 803- 53, 160- 47, 310- 51858- 28, 000- 19, 310- 18, 275- 14, 325- 9,] 50- 8, 500- 001- 0000- 300, 03- 08 ANIMAL TAGS 536- 575- 550- 25- 550- 0 550- 550- 575- 575- 001- 0000- 300, 03- 09 ALARM PERMITS 14, 995- 19, 000- 19, 300- 300 19, 500- 200 19, 500- 19, 700- 19, 700- 19, 800- 001- 0000- 100, 03- 30 ROAD CUT PERMITS 3, 204- 3, 000- 3, 500- 500 3, 000- 500- 3, 000- 3, 000- 3, 000- 3, 000- REVENUE 952, 089- 661, 505- 1, 046, 732- 385, 14] 623, 591- 423, 141- 513, 792- 497, 646- 498, 902- 501, 389- LICENSES/ PERMITS 952, 089- 661, 585- 1, 046, 732- 385, 147 623, 591- 423, 141- 513, 792- 497, 646- 498, 902- 501, 389- CHARGES FOR SERVICES 001- 0000- 300, 04- 01 COURT FEES 1, 479 160- 350- 190 500- 150 500- 550- 550- 600- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 02 PLANNING DEPT FEES 273, 469- 308, 206- 180, 000- 128, 206- 270, 000- 90, 000 346, 0]0- 381, 293- 408, 050- 408, 633- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 03 BLDG PLAN CHECK FEES 400, 616- 392, 965- 435, 616- 42, 651 316, 922- 118, 694- 249, 906- 239, 081- 240, 575- 240, 913- 001- 0000- 100, 04- 05 TRANS/ PARKING REVENUE FEE 299, 870- 330, 875- 341, 000- 10, 125 341, 000- 0 441, 000- 470, 000- 470, 000- 4]0, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 06 SPECIAL BUS RUNS 71, 860- 70, 000- 92, 000- 22, 000 72, 000- 20, 000- 75, 000- 76, 000- 77, 000- 70, 000- 091- 0000- 300, 04- 07 PUBLIC WORKS MISC 15, 439- 8, 000- 9, 500- 11500 0, 000- 1, 500- 0, 000- 0, 000- 8, 000- 8, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 09 RECREATION FEES 0 2, 550- 0 2, 550- 40, 000- 40, 000 42, 000- 44, 100- 46, 305- 48, 620- 001- 0000- 300, 04- I1 SECURITY SERVICES PERFORM 17, 383- 20, 000- 20, 060- 60 20, 000- 60- 20, 000- 20, 000- 20, 000- 20, 000- 091- 0000- 300, 04- 12 SOLID WASTE FEES 2], 3]9- 15, 000- 15, 000- 0 15, 000- 0 15, 450- 15, 914- 16, 391- 16, 883_ 001- 0000- 300, 04- 13 SOLID WASTE HOMEOWNER FEE 153, 883- 149, 983- 155, 598- 5, 615 186, 718- 31, 120 192, 319- 190, 089- 204, 031- 210, 152- 091- 0000- 300, 04- 14 REAR LOAD ACCOUNT FEES 271,] 30- 259, 187- 265, 224- 6, 03] 310, 269- 53, 045 327, 017- 337, 651- 34],] 61- 358, 214- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 10: 17 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ""' VARIANCE- BUDGET """ VARINACE""" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 001- 0000- 300, 04- 15 CURBSIDE ACCOUNT FEES 43, 511- 43, 932- 40, 966- 2, 966- 49, 159- 8, 193 50, 634- 52, 153- 53, 718- 55, 329- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 16 ROLL OFF ACCOUNT FEES 82, 303- 84, 491- 88, 666- 4, 175 106, 399- 17, 733 109, 591- 112, 879- 116, 265- 119, 753- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 17 SOLID WASTE- FUEL SURCHARG 18, 509- 55, 259- 56, 545- 1, 206 67, 554- 11, 009 69, 581- 71, 669- 73, 019- 76, 033- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 18 AEU NEW REGISTRATIONS 200- 500- 500- 0 500- 0 500- 500- 500- 500- 001- 0000- 300, 09- 21 COMMUNITY PARK FEES 40- 500- 310- 190- 313- 3 316- 319- 323- 326326- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 22 HOUSING- ADMINISTRATION BE 20, 597- 21, 009- 21, 009- 0 21, 639- 630 22, 200- 22, 957- 23, 646- 24, 355- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 35 BANNER CHARGE 3, 955- 3, 500- 500- 0 3, 500- 0 3, 500- 3, 500- 3, 500- 3, 500- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 36 OVERWEIGHT VEHICLE CHARGE 6, 250- 4, 000- 5, 000- 1, 000 4, 000- 1, 000- 4, 000- 4, 000- 4, 000- 4, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 37 ATTORNEY FEES 75, 130- 53, 045- 53, 045- 0 54, 636- 1, 591 56, 275- 57, 963- 59, 702- 61, 493- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 30 POOL 6 FITNESS CIE, FEES 78, 352- 310, 826- 248, 622- 62, 204- 261, 053- 12, 431 274, 106- 287, 011- 302, 202- 317, 312- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 40 FIT CTR CLASSES/ TRAINER 1, 680- 875- 15, 000- 14, 125 25, 000- 10, 000 26, 250- 27, 563- 20, 941- 30, 388- REVENUE 1, 860, 765- 2, 134, 863- 2, 047, 511- 87, 352- 2, 182, 162- 134, 651 2, 335, 111- 2, 431, 992- 2, 505, 299- 2, 553, 004- CHARGES FOR SERVICES 1, 860, 765- 2, 134, 863- 2, 047, 511- 87, 352- 2, 182, 162- 134, 651 2, 335, 111- 2, 431, 992- 2, 505, 299- 2, 553, 004- FINES AND FORFEITS 001- 0000- 300, 05- 01 MOVING VIOLATIONS 4, 618- 3, 105- 3, 400- 295 3, 400- 0 3, 400- 3, 500- 3, 500- 3, 500- 001- 0000- 300, 05- 02 PARKING VIOLATIONS 57, 086- 53, 303- 53, 303- 0 54, 000- 697 54, 000- 54, 000- 54, 000- 54, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 05- 04 ANIMAL FINES 5, 580- 1, 242- 1, 242- 0 1, 300- 50 1, 300- 1, 300- 1, 300- 1, 300- 001- 0000- 300, 05- 05 COURT FINES 1, 725- 1, 035- 1, 500- 465 1, 500- 0 1, 500- 1, 500- 11700- 1, 700- 001- 0000- 300 A5- 06 MISC FINES 2, 850- 5, 175- 5, 175- 0 5, 175- 0 5, 175- 5, 175- 5, 175- 5, 175- REVENUE 71, 859- 63, 860- 64, 620- 760 65, 375- 755 65, 375- 65, 475- 65, 675- 65, 675- FINES AND FORFEITS 71, 859- 63, 860- 64, 620- 760 65, 375- 755 65, 375- 65, 475- 65, 675- 65, 675- CONTRIBUTIONS 001- 0000- 300, 06- 02 SKI CORP CONTRIBUTIONS 043, 526- 869, 700- 064, 557- 5, 143- 929, 027- 64, 470 961, 543- 995, 197- 1, 030, 028- 1, 066, 079- 001- 0000- 300, 06- 05 ANIMAL CONTROL- ADOPTIONS 25- 175- 100- 75- 100- 0 100- 100- 100- 100- 001- 0000- 300, 06- 40 FLY CRS COMM ENHANCE FUND 70, 543- 64, 245- 73, 012- 8, 767 75, 567- 2, 555 78, 212- 80, 950- 83, 703- 86, 715- 001- 0000- 300, 06- 51 COUGAR CANYON 180, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0000- 300, 06- 54 EOTC- COMP PLAN 0 0 21, 000- 21, 000 14, 000- 7, 000- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 1, 094, 094- 934, 120- 958, 669- 24, 549 1, 018, 694- 60, 025 1, 039, 855- 1, 076, 247- 1, 113, 911- 1, 152, 894- CONTRIBUTIONS 1, 094, 094- 934, 120- 958, 669- 24, 549 1, 018, 694- 60, 025 1, 039, 855- 1, 076, 247- 1, 113, 911- 1, 152, 094- MISCELLANEOUS 001- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 207, 356- 135, 000- 187, 150- 52, 150 157, 500- 29, 650- 162, 225- 167, 092- 172, 105- 177, 268- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 02 PENALTY 6 INTEREST 2, 382- 2, 200- 11, 495- 9, 295 2, 200- 9, 295- 2, 200- 2, 200- 2, 200- 2, 200- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 04 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 124, 776- 28, 218- 35, 250- 7, 032 29, 205- 6, 045- 30, 228- 31, 286- 32, 381- 33, 514- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 06 MISC. POLICE REVENUE 5, 492- 4, 100- 4, 100- 0 4, 100- 0 4, 100- 4, 100- 4, 200- 4, 200- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 07 TRANSMITTER SITE FEES 23, 868- 0, 227- 35, 040- 26, 813 35, 040- 0 35, 040- 35, 040- 35, 040- 35, 040- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 08 RENT - EMPLOYEE HOUSING 8, 670- 9, 120- 9, 120- 0 9, 366- 246 9, 619- 9, 879- 10, 146- 10, 420- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 09 EMPLOYEE HOUSING RESERVE 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 0 1, 200- 0 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 10 ACCTS PAYABLE- WRITE OFFS 12, 272- 0 6, 722- 6, 722 0 6, 722- 0 0 0 0 001- 0000- 300, 07- 41 CC 460/ RENTAL INCOME 18, 856- 19, 403- 19, 296- 107- 19, 817- 521 20, 352- 20, 902- 21, 466- 22, 045- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 74 RETT PROCESSING FEE 2, 475- 2, 600- 2, 600- 0 2, 600- 0 2, 600- 2, 600- 2, 600- 2, 600- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 80 RODEO PROP- RENTAL INCOME 17; 744- 8, 550- 4, 665- 3, 885- 0 4, 665- 0 0 0 0 001- 0000- 300, 07- 89 FITNESS OUR CONCESSIONS 243- 40, 000- 14, 093- 25, 907- 20, 000- 5, 907 21, 000- 22, 050- 23, 153- 24, 310- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 91 RENT- TOWN HALL 0 0 0 0 65, 236- 65, 236 110, 648- 111, 440- 112, 166- 112, 148- REVENUE 425, 334- 258, 610- 330, 731- 72, 113 346, 264- 15, 533 399, 212- 407, 709- 416, 657- 424, 945- PREPARED 09/ 2]/ 0], 11: 10: 17 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PACE 3 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 200] PROPOSED 2D00 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET •" VARIANCE- BUDGET "` VARINACE""' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MISCELLANEOUS 425, 334- 2581610- 330, 731- 72, 113 346, 264- 15, 533 399, 212- 40],] 89- 416, 657- 424, 945- TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 001- 0000- 300, 08- 01 TRANSFER IN - HOUSING 5, 201- 0 5, 201- 5, 201 0 5, 201- 0 0 0 0 001- 0000- 300, 08- 04 TRANSFER IN RETT FUND 823, 327- 965, 144- 1, 063, 548- 98, 404 1, 369, 852- 306, 304 1, 530, 610- 1, 597, 428- 1, 94, 134- 1, 596, 972- 001- 0000- 300, 08- 06 TRANSFER IN- ROAD FUND 1, 553, 322- 1, 447,]] 3- 1, 521, 623- 73, 850 1, 659, 179- 137, 556 1, 899, 292- 1, 983, 099- 2, 150, 929- 2, 238, 185- REVENUE 2, 381, 850- 2, 412, 917- 2, 590, 372- 1]], 455 3, 029, 031- 438, 659 3, 429, 882- 3, 581, 227- 3, 725, 063- 3, 835, 157- TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 2, 301, 850- 2, 412, 917- 2, 590, 372- 1]], 455 3, 029, 031- 438, 659 3, 429, 882- 3, 581, 227- 3, 725, 063- 3, 835, 15]- OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 001- 0000- 300, 09- 01 FALSE ALARMS- BURGLARY FEE 850- 800- 400- 400- 500- 100 500- 500- 600- 600- 001- 0000- 300, 09- 02 FALSE ALARMS- FIRE FEES 2, 700- 2, 450- 2, 600- 150 2, 700- 100 2,] 00- 2, 700- 2, 800- 2, 800- 001- 0000- 300, 09- 06 UTILITY REBATE 1, 454- 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 REVENUE 5, 004- 3, 250- 3, 000- 250- 3, 200- 200 3, 200- 31200- 3, 400- 3, 400- OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 5, 004- 3, 250- 3, 000- 250- 3, 200- 200 3, 200- 3, 200- 3, 400- 3, 400- SALE OF ASSETS 001- 0000- 300, 10- 01 SALE OF ASSETS- POLICE 0 1, 200- 0 1, 200- 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 0 1, 200- 0 1, 200- 0 0 0 0 0 0 SALE OF ASSETS 0 1, 200- 0 1, 200- 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUES 12, 017, 775- 11, 708, 342- 12, 574, 307- 865, 965 13, 000, 763- 434, 456 13, 760, 523- 14, 250, 827- 14, 765, 882- 15, 213, 050- REVENUES 12, 017,]] 5- 11, 708, 342- 12, 574, 307- 865, 965 13, 008, 763- 434, 456 13, 760, 523- 14, 250, 82]- 14, 765, 882- 15, 213, 050- GENERAL FUND 12, 017, 775- 11, 700, 342- 12, 574, 307- 865, 965 13, OOS, 763- 434, 456 13, 760, 523- 14, 250, 827- 14, 765, 882- 15, 213, 050- 865_ 9__ __ 13_ 00_____ _______ 434_ 4__ __ 13_ 76_____ __ 14_ 25_____ __ 76_____ __ 15_ 21_____ GENERAL FUND 12, O17, 775- 11, 708, 342- 12, 574, 307- 865, 965 13, 008, 763- 434, 456 13, 760, 523- 14, 250, 827- 14, 765, 082- 15, 213, 050- GENERAL FUND 12, 017, 775- 11, 708, 342- 12, 574, 307- 865, 965 13, 008, 763- 434, 456 13, 760, 523- 14, 250, 027- 14, 765, 882- 15, 213, 050- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE- BUDGET "` VARIANCE"* BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET GENERAL FUND TOWN COUNCIL TOWN COUNCIL EXPENDITURES ATTORNEY FEES PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0100- 403. 01- 01 PAYROLL 85, 831 92, 059 102, 994 10, 935- 98, 503 4, 491 100, 473 102, 482 104, 532 106, 623 001- 0100- 403. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 22, 401 23, 989 26, 790 2, 801- 30, 928 4, 130- 31, 856 32, 811 33, 796 34, 809 001- 0100- 403. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 2, 500 2, 500 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 001- 0100- 403. 01- 12 TRAVEL 288 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 EXPENDITURE 100, 520 119, 548 133, 284 13, 736- 132, 931 353 135, 829 138, 793 141, 828 144, 932 PERSONNEL SERVICES 100, 520 119, 548 133, 284 13, 736- 132, 931 353 135, 829 138, 793 141, 828 144, 932 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0100- 403. 02- 35 LEGAL FEES/ SPECIAL COUNSL 12, 908 10, 000 10, 000 0 11, 000 1, 000- 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 EXPENDITURE 12, 908 10, 000 10, 000 0 11, 000 1, 000- 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 PURCHASED SERVICES 12, 908 10, 000 10, 000 0 11, 000 1, 000- 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 001- 0100- 403. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRPN 0 0 500 500- 500 0 500 500 500 500 EXPENDITURE 0 0 500 500- 500 0 500 500 500 500 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 0 0 500 500- 500 0 500 500 500 500 CAPITAL 001- 0100- 403. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 EXPENDITURE 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 CAPITAL 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 ATTORNEY PEES 121, 428 130, 048 144, 2B4 14, 236- 144, 931 647- 147, 829 150, 793 153, 828 156, 932 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "" VARIANCE"' BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOWN COUNCIL PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0100- 405. 01- 01 PAYROLL 50, 268 48, 000 61, 200 13, 200- 68, 400 7, 200- 68, 400 60, 400 68, 400 68, 400 001- 0100- 405. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 4, 030 4, 200 5, 000 000- 5, 200 200- 5, 200 5, 200 5, 200 5, 200 001- 0100- 405. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 512 800 815 15- 2, 500 11605- 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 001- 0100- 405. 01- 12 TRAVEL 811 3, 000 3, 000 0 3, 000 0 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 EXPENDITURE 55, 621 56, 000 70, 015 14, 015- 79, 100 9, 005- 79, 100 79, 100 79, 100 79, 100 PERSONNEL SERVICES 55, 621 56, 000 70, 015 14, 015- 79, 100 9, 005- 79, 100 79, 100 79, 100 79, 100 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0100- 405. 02- 08 CONSULTANT 0 2, 000 2, 000 0 2, 000 0 3, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 001- 010D- 405. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICES 50, 911 45, 000 50, 000 5, 000- 61, 667 11, 667- 61, 667 61, 667 61, 667 61, 667 001- 010D- 405. 02- 70 PUBLIC RELATIONS 91504 3, 500 8, 500 5, 000- 11, 000 2, 500- 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 EXPENDITURE 60, 415 50, 500 60, 500 10, 000- 74, 667 14, 167- 68, 167 67, 167 67, 167 67, 167 PURCHASED SERVICES 60, 415 50, 500 60, 500 10, 000- 74, 667 14, 167- 68, 167 67, 167 67, 167 67, 167 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 01OD- 405. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 2, 460 7, 500 7, 500 0 5, 000 2, 500 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 001- 0100- 405. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIP, SUBSCRPTN 11, 204 14, 000 14, 000 0 14, 000 0 14, 000 14, 000 14, 000 14, 000 001- 0100- 405. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 10, 678 4, 500 6, 500 2, 000- 91000 2, 500- 91000 9, 000 9, 000 9, 000 EXPENDITURE 24, 342 26, 000 28, 000 2, 000- 20, 000 0 28, 000 28, 000 28, 000 28, 000 OPERATING E MAINTENANCE 24, 342 26, 000 28, 000 2, 000- 20, 000 0 20, 000 28, 000 28, 000 28, 000 CAPITAL 001- 0100- 405. D6- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 EXPENDITURE 0 S00 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 CAPITAL 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 TOWN COUNCIL 140, 378 133, 000 159, 015 26, 015- 182, 267 23, 252- 175, 767 174, 767 174, 767 174, 767 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 3 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ••• VARIANCE••' BUDGET '^ VARIANCE•'• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET GRANTS 6 DONATIONS GRANTS A DONATIONS 001- 0100- 406. 05- 02 DONATIONS- GENERAL 750 10, 000 13, 000 3, 000- 10, 000 3, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 001- 0100- 406. 05- 20 COMMUNITY PICNIC 6, 592 5, 150 61500 1, 350- 6, 500 0 6, 600 6, 700 6, 000 6, 900 001- 0100- 406. 05- 24 TOSV- BUS SERVICE 3, 056 1, 400 3, 100 1, 700- 3, 100 0 3, 100 3, 100 3, 100 3, 100 001- 0100- 406. 05- 25 ATHLETIC SPONSORSHP/ SCHLR 0 0 0 0 5, 000 5, 000- 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 EXPENDITURE 10, 390 16, 550 22, 600 6, 050- 24, 600 2, 000- 24, 700 24, 000 24, 900 25, 000 GRANTS A DONATIONS 10, 398 16, 550 22, 600 6, 050- 24, 600 2, 000- 24, 700 24, 800 24, 900 25, 000 GRANTS & DONATIONS 10, 398 16, 550 22, 600 6, 050- 24, 600 2, 000- 24, 700 24, 800 24, 900 25, 000 EXPENDITURES 272, 204 279, 598 325, 099 46, 301- 351, 798 25, 899- 348, 296 350, 360 353, 495 356, 699 TOWN COUNCIL 272, 204 279, 590 325, 099 46, 301- 351, 798 25, 899- 348, 296 350, 360 353, 495 356, 699 TOWN COUNCIL 272, 204 279, 598 325, 899 46, 301- 351, 798 25, 899- 348, 296 350, 360 353, 495 356, 699 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 4 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET **• VARIANCE*•• BUDGET *** VARIANCE*** BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOWN MANAGER TOWN MANAGER EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0200- 407. 01- 01 PAYROLL 289, 920 326, 672 228, 243 98, 429 257, 146 28, 903- 262, 289 267, 535 272, 887 278, 345 001- 0200- 407. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 11985 1, 177 2, 000 823- 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 001- 0200- 407. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 139, 611 160, 958 102, 551 58, 407 116, 892 14, 341- 120, 399 124, 011 127, 731 131, 563 001- 0200- 407. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 2, 123 600 2, 200 1, 600- 10, 000 7, 800- 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 001- 0200- 407. 01- 12 TRAVEL 2, 727 2, 060 5, 500 3, 440- 6, 000 500- 6, 000 6, 000 6, 000 6, 000 EXPENDITURE 436, 374 491, 467 340, 494 150, 973 392, 038 51, 544- 400, 608 409, 546 410, 618 427, 908 PERSONNEL SERVICES 436, 374 491, 467 340, 494 150, 973 392, 038 51, 544- 400, 688 409, 546 410, 618 427, 908 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0200- 407. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 11, 128 13, 700 10, 000 3, 700 10, 000 0 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 001- 0200- 407. 02- 76 EMPLOYEE RELATIONS 0 0 10, 000 10, 000- 10, 000 0 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 EXPENDITURE 11, 128 13, 700 20, 000 6, 300- 20, 000 0 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 PURCHASED SERVICES 11, 128 13, 700 20, 000 6, 300- 20, 000 0 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 001- 0200- 407. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 31, 505 29, 570 0 29, 570 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0200- 407, 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRPN 1, 866 2, 400 2, 400 0 2, 400 0 2, 400 2, 400 2, 400 2, 400 001- 0200- 407. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 2, 565 500 500 0 1, 000 500- 1, 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 001- 0200- 407. 04- 15 PRINTING 2, 686 0 0 0 500 500- 500 500 500 500 001- 0200- 407. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 373 0 2, 000 2, 000- 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 001- 0200- 407. 04- 50 PUBLIC RELATIONS 0 0 500 500- 1, 000 500- 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 EXPENOI TURE 40, 075 32, 470 51400 27, 070 6, 900 1, 500- 61900 6, 900 6, 900 61900 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 40, 075 32, 470 5, 400 27, 070 6, 900 1, 500- 6, 900 6, 900 6, 900 6, 900 CAPITAL 001- 0200- 407. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0200- 407. 06- 02 TECHNOLOGY/ EFFICIENCY FUN 0 0 0 0 50, 000 50, 000- 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 500 500 0 50, 500 50, 000- 500 500 500 500 CAPITAL 0 500 500 0 50, 500 50, 000- 500 500 500 500 ADMINISTRATION 487, 577 538, 137 366, 394 171, 743 469, 430 103, 044- 428, 088 436, 946 446, 018 455, 300 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 5 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE•" BUDGET - VARIANCE"• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET CULTURAL ARTS PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0200- 409. 02- 08 CONSULTANT 0 250 500 250- 250 250 250 250 250 250 EXPENDITURE 0 250 500 250- 250 250 250 250 250 250 PURCHASED SERVICES 0 250 500 250- 250 250 250 250 250 250 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0200- 409. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 500 500 250 250 500 250- 500 500 500 500 001- 0200- 409. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 8- 0 50 50- 50 0 50 50 0 0 EXPENDITURE 492 500 300 200 550 250- 550 550 500 500 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 492 500 300 200 550 250- 550 550 500 500 CULTURAL ARTS 492 750 800 50- 800 0 800 B00 750 750 EXPENDITURES 488, 069 530, 887 367, 194 171, 693 470, 238 103, 044- 428, 888 437, 746 446, 768 456, 058 PREPARED 09/ 27107, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 5 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2003 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET `"` VARIANCE""" BUDGET "` VARIANCE+++ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET EXPENDITURES COMMUNITY RELATIONS PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0200- 411, 01- 01 PAYROLL 0 0 60, 423 60, 423- 65. 193 4, 770- 66, 497 67, B27 69, 184 70, 567 001- 0200- 411, 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 0 0 1, 500 1, 500- 1, 500 0 11500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 001- 0200- 411, 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 0 0 25, 930 25, 930- 30, 325 4, 395- 31, 235 32, 172 33, 137 34, 131 001- 0200- 411, 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 0 2, 000 2, 000- 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 001- 0200- 411, 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 a 200 200- 200 0 200 200 200 200 EXPENDITURE 0 D 90, 053 90, 053- 99, 218 9, 165- 101, 432 103, 699 106, 021 108, 398 PERSONNEL SERVICES 0 0 90, 053 9D, 053- 99, 218 9, 165- 101, 432 103, 699 106, 021 108, 398 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0200- 411, 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 0 0 11, 000 11, 000- 28, 200 17, 200- 28, 200 28, 200 28, 200 28, 200 EXPENDITURE 0 0 11, 000 11, 000- 28, 200 17, 200- 28, 200 28, 200 28, 20D 20, 200 PURCHASED SERVICES 0 0 11, 000 11, 000- 28, 200 17, 200- 28, 200 20, 200 20, 200 28, 200 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 001- 0200- 411, 04- 01 ADVERTISING 0 0 27, 124 27, 124- 27, 124 0 27, 124 27, 124 27, 124 27, 124 001- 0200- 411, 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 0 0 3, 600 3, 600- 1, 000 2, 600 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0200- 411, 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 0 800 800- 800 0 800 800 B00 800 001- 0200- 411, 04- 15 PRINTING 0 0 6, 000 6, 000- 10, 000 4, 000- 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 EXPENDITURE 0 0 37, 524 37, 524- 38, 924 1, 400- 38, 924 30, 924 30, 924 30, 924 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 0 0 37, 524 37, 524- 38, 924 1, 400- 38, 924 38, 924 30, 924 38, 924 COMMUNITY RELATIONS 0 0 130, 577 130, 577- 166, 342 27, 765- 168, 556 170, 823 173, 145 175, 522 EXPENDITURES 0 0 138, 577 138. 577- 166, 342 27, 765- 168, 556 170, 823 173, 145 175, 522 TOWN MANAGER 488, 069 538, 887 505, 771 33, 116 636, 500 130, 809- 597, 444 608, 569 619, 913 631, 580 TOWN MANAGER 408, D69 538, 887 505, 771 33, 116 636, 580 130, 809- 597, 444 60B, 569 619, 913 631, 580 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 7 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET *** VARIANCE- BUDGET "** VARIANCE*** BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOWN CLERK TOWN CLERK EXPENDITURES GENERAL ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0300- 414. 01- 01 PAYROLL 34, 089 27, 269 37, 926 10, 657- 42, 875 4, 949- 43, 733 44, 608 45, 500 46, 410 001- 0300- 414. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 67 566 293 273 566 273- 566 566 566 566 001- 0300- 414. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 14, 537 12, 096 11, 458 1, 362- 17, 926 4, 468- 18, 464 19, 018 19, 580 20, 176 001- 0300- 414. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 626 240 630 390- 240 390 240 240 240 240 001- 0300- 414. 01- 12 TRAVEL 201 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 49, 520 40, 171 52, 307 12, 136- 61, 607 9, 300- 63, 003 64, 432 65, 094 67, 392 PERSONNEL SERVICES 49, 520 40, 171 52, 307 12, 136- 61, 607 9, 300- 63, 003 64, 432 65, 094 67, 392 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0300- 414. 02- 03 BUILDING- CLEANING 9, 750 10, 840 10, 840 0 45, 300 34, 460- 46, 659 48, 058 49, 500 50, 985 001- 0300- 414. 02- 04 BUILDING- MAINTENANCE 89 500 500 0 39, 200 38, 700- 40, 676 42, 196 43, 762 45, 375 001- 0300- 414. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 3, 040 3, 850 3, 850 0 4, 000 150- 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 001- 0300- 414. 02- 27 EQUIP/ FAINT AGRMNP 0 1, 230 1, 230 0 1, 230 0 1, 230 1, 230 1, 230 1, 230 001- 0300- 414. 02- 28 EQUIP/ MAINP AGREEMNT/ COPY 10, 788 8, 000 8, 050 50- 8, 050 0 8, 050 8, 050 8, 050 8, 050 001- 0300- 414. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 200 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0300- 414. 02- 39 POSTAGE 4, 995 15, 664 15, 664 0 16, 120 464- 16, 606 17, 090 17, 610 18, 138 001- 0300- 414. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 109, 031 98, 800 98, 880 0 101, 846 2, 966- 104, 901 108, 048 111, 289 114, 627 001- 0300- 414. 02- 44 ITTILITIES 11, 179 16, 964 11, 514 5, 450 35, 746 24, 232- 36, 818 37, 922 39, 060 40, 232 001- 0300- 414. 02- 63 BOARDS/ COMMISSIONS DINNER 51139 51000 5, 000 0 5, 000 0 5, 000 51000 51000 51000 001- 0300- 414. 02- 64 CHRISTMAS PARTY 9, 516 7, 000 9, 500 2, 500- 9, 500 0 9, 500 9, 500 9, 500 9, 500 001- 0300- 414. 02- 76 EMPLOYEE RELATIONS 6, 176 6, 970 7, 220 250- 5, 600 1, 620 4, 865 6, 205 6, 005 8, 400 001- 0300- 414. 02- 77 EQUIP MNTN AGREEMNT/ FAX 350 541 541 0 557 16- 594 611 629 647 001- 0300- 414. 02- 79 LEASED EQUIPMENT 16, 066 16, 455 16, 655 200- 17, 705 11050- 17, 705 17, 705 17, 705 17, 705 EXPENDITURE 186, 319 192, 394 189, 944 2, 450 290, 362 100, 419- 297, 104 306, 123 313, 840 324, 389 PURCHASED SERVICES 186, 319 192, 394 109, 944 2, 450 290, 362 100, 418- 297, 104 306, 123 313, 840 324, 389 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0300- 414. 04- 02 BUILDING LEASE PAYMENTS 221, 832 238, 479 238, 479 0 349, 425 110, 946- 679, 425 681, 225 682, 425 678, 025 001- 0300- 414. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUSSCRPT 154 165 165 0 165 0 165 165 165 165 001- 0300- 414. 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 400 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 001- 0300- 414. 04- 09 INSURANCE 41, 394 47, 267 53, 058 5, 791- 61, 017 7, 959- 68, 051 75, 942 84, 786 94, 700 001- 0300- 414. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 5, 062 6, 474 6, 474 0 6, 474 0 6, 474 6, 474 6, 474 6, 474 001- 0300- 414. 04- 15 PRINTING 2, 940 2, 000 5, 000 3, 000- 5, 000 0 5, 000 51000 5, 000 5, 000 001- 0300- 414. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 119 450 450 0 0 450 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 04- 21 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 679 500 500 0 0 500 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 04- 24 SUPPLIES- COFFEE 3, 177 3, 000 3, 000 0 3, 000 0 3, 000 3, 000 1, 000 3, 000 001- 0300- 414. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 7, 790 6, 000 6, 000 0 61000 0 6, 000 6, 000 6, 000 61000 001- 0300- 414. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 8, 743 14, 990 12, 207 2, 783 12, 207 0 12, 817 13, 458 14, 131 14, 837 001- 0300- 414. 04- 37 VEHICLE INSURANCE 816 491 491 0 505 14- 520 535 551 567 001- 0300- 414. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 1, 433 1, 600 2, 000 400- 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 21000 2, 000 001- 0300- 414. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 96- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 294, 443 321, 016 328, 224 6, 408- 446, 193 117, 969- 703, B52 794, 199 804, 932 811, 168 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE B PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "" VARIANCE- BUDGET '** VARIANCE^` BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 294, 443 321, 816 328, 224 6, 408- 446, 193 117, 969- 703, 852 794, 199 004, 932 011, 168 CAPITAL 001- 0300- 414. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 2. 538 3, 100 4, 100 1. 000- 3, 100 1, 000 3, 100 3, 100 26, 887 77, 974 EXPENDITURE 2. 538 3, 100 4, 100 1, 000- 3, 100 1, 000 3, 100 3, 100 26, 887 77, 974 CAPITAL 2, 538 3, 100 4, 100 1, 000- 3, 100 1, 000 3, 100 3, 100 26, 807 77, 974 GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 532, 820 557, 481 574, 575 17, 094- 801, 262 226, 607- 1, 147, 059 1, 167, 854 1, 211, 553 1, 280, 923 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 9 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 200E PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE- BUDGET *`+ VARIANCE"` BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET LEGISLATIVE SUPPORT PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0300- 416. 01- 01 PAYROLL 61, 249 88, 090 67, 625 20, 473 80, 365 12, 940- 01, 972 83, 612 85, 284 86, 990 001- 0300- 416. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 019 2, 221 2, 154 67 2, 221 67- 2, 221 2, 221 2, 221 2, 221 001- 0300- 416. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 21, 142 21, 312 25, 312 4, 000- 31, 434 6, 122- 32, 377 33, 348 34, 349 35, 379 001- 0300- 416. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 2, 168 2, 405 2, 785 300- 2, 485 300 2, 405 2, 485 2, 485 2, 485 001- 0300- 416. 01- 12 TRAVEL 3, 051 1, 110 1, 410 300- 1, 110 300 1, 110 1, 110 1, 110 1, 110 EXPENDITURE 88, 629 115, 226 99, 206 15, 940 117, 615 18, 329- 120, 165 122, 776 125, 449 128, 185 PERSONNEL SERVICES 88, 629 115, 226 99, 206 15, 940 117, 615 10, 329- 120, 165 122, 776 125, 449 120, 185 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0300- 416. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICES 4, 325 4, 400 4, 400 0 4, 400 0 4, 400 4, 400 4, 400 4, 400 001- 0300- 416. 02- 23 ELECTIONS 71261 4, 219 1, 119 3, 100 4, 219 3, 100- 4, 219 4, 219 4, 219 4, 219 001- 0300- 416. 02- 28 EQUIPMENT/ MAINT AGREEMENT 1, 230 1, 650 1, 650 0 1, 650 0 1, 650 1, 650 1, 650 1, 650 001- 0300- 416. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 250 350 350 0 350 0 350 350 350 350 001- 0300- 416. 02- 37 MICROFILMING 1, 744 1, 000 1, 500 500- 1, 500 0 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 EXPENDITURE 14, 810 11, 619 9, 019 2, 600 12, 119 3, 100- 12, 119 12, 119 12, 119 12, 119 PURCHASED SERVICES 14, 810 11, 619 9, 019 2, 600 12, 119 3, 100- 12, 119 12, 119 12, 119 12, 119 OPERATING fi MAINTENANCE 001- 0300- 416. 04- 10 LEGAL NOTICES 11, 612 5, 700 5, 700 0 5, 700 0 5, 700 5, 700 5, 700 5, 700 001- 0300- 416. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 117 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 001- 0300- 416. 04- 15 PRINTING 335 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0300- 416. 04- 17 RECORD RETENTION 1, 426 1, 000 11000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0300- 416. 04- 10 REFERENCE LIBRARY 146 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 100 100- 1, 100 1, 100 1, 100 1, 100 EXPENDITURE 13, 636 8, 450 8, 450 0 8, 550 100- 8, 550 8, 550 8, 550 0, 550 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 13, 636 8, 450 8, 450 0 0, 550 100- 8, 550 8, 550 8, 550 0, 550 CAPITAL. 001- 0300- 416. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 385 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 385 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 385 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LEGISLATIVE SUPPORT 117, 460 135, 295 116, 755 18, 540 138, 284 21, 529- 140, 834 143, 445 146, 118 140, 054 PREPARED 09/ 27102, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 30 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +" VARIANCE••• BUDGET +++ VARIANCE""• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TOWN CLERK PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0300- 418. 01- 01 PAYROLL 45, 313 34, 407 45, 112 10, 625- 36, 474 81638 37, 203 37, 947 38, 706 39, 481 001- 0300- 418. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 590 500 401 19 500 19- 500 500 500 500 001- 0300- 410. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 25, 115 24, 192 15, 623 81569 13, 733 1, 890 14, 145 14, 569 15, 006 15, 457 001- 0300- 418. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 469 800 000 0 1, 300 500- 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 001- 0300- 410. 01- 12 TRAVEL 10 1, 300 1, 300 0 1, 700 400- 1, 300 1, 700 1, 700 1, 700 r EXPENDITURE 71, 497 61, 279 63, 316 2, 037- 53, 707 91609 54, 44E 56, 016 57, 212 56, 438 PERSONNEL SERVICES 71, 497 61, 279 63, 316 2, 037- 53, 707 9, 609 54, 448 56, 016 57, 212 58, 438 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 001- 0300- 418. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 0 1, 500 250 1, 250 1, 500 1, 250- 1, 500 1, 500 11500 1, 500 001- 0300- 418. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRPT 436 550 55D 0 550 0 550 550 550 550 001- 0300- 418. 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 0 200 100 100 200 100- 200 200 200 200 001- 0300- 418. 04- 12 MISQELLANEOUS 408 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 001- 0300- 418. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 EXPENDITURE 844 2, 750 1, 400 1, 350 2, 750 1, 350- 2, 750 2, 750 2, 750 2, 750 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 844 2, 750 1, 400 1, 350 2, 750 1, 350- 2, 750 2, 750 2, 750 2, 750 DONATIONS D01- 0300- 410. 05- 18 DONATIONS- TIPPS 522 0 0 0 800 800- 800 800 0 800 EXPENDITURE 522 0 0 0 800 800- 800 800 0 800 DONATIONS 522 0 0 0 800 800- 800 800 0 800 CAPITAL 001- 0300- 418. 06- 02 HARDWARE 0 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 EXPENDITURE 0 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 CAPITAL 0 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 TOWN CLERK 72, 863 64, 629 65, 316 687- 57, 057 7, 459 58, 598 60, 166 60, 562 62, 588 EXPENDITURES 723, 143 757, 405 756, 646 759 997, 403 240, 757- 1, 346, 491 1, 371, 465 1, 418, 233 1, 492, 365 TOWN CLERK 723, 143 757, 405 756, 646 759 997, 403 240, 757- 1, 346, 491 1, 371, 465 1, 410, 233 1, 492, 365 TOWN CLERK 723, 143 757, 405 756, 646 759 997, 403 240, 757- 1, 346, 491 1, 371, 465 1, 418, 233 1, 492, 365 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 11 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET - VARIANCE- BUDGET +++ VARIANCE+'+ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET FINANCE FINANCE EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0400- 423. 01- 01 PAYROLL 276, 210 285, 200 291, 300 6, 100- 336, 455 45, 155- 347, 304 350, 048 357, 049 361, 097 001- 0400- 423. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 10. 213 4, 000 7, 925 3, 925- 6, 000 1, 925 6, 000 6, 000 6, 000 6, 000 001- 0400- 423. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 96, 433 119, 146 110, 506 8, 640 144, 484 33, 978- 135, 106 139, 160 143, 334 147, 634 001- 0400- 423. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 2, 706 2, 000 2, 230 230- 2, 230 0 2, 230 2, 230 2, 230 2, 230 001- 0400- 423. 01- 12 TRAVEL 6, 904 3, 600 51000 1, 400- 5, 794 794- 5, 794 5, 794 5, 794 5, 794 EXPENDITURE 392, 466 413, 946 416, 961 3, 015- 494, 963 70, 002- 496, 434 503, 232 514, 407 522, 755 PERSONNEL SERVICES 392, 466 413, 946 416, 961 3, 015- 494, 963 78, 002- 496, 434 503, 232 514, 407 522, 755 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0400- 423. 02- 01 AUDIT 19, 298 25, 000 25, 000 0 26, 250 1, 250- 27, 563 28, 940 30, 388 31, 907 001- 0400- 423. 02- 06 COLLECTION FEES 42, 153 44, 700 44, 877 177- 46, 224 1, 347- 47, 610 49, 039 50, 510 52, 025 001- 0400- 423. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 7, 106 5, 000 5, 000 0 5, 000 0 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 001- 0400- 423. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 001- 0400- 423. 02- 37 MICROFILMING 4, 436 5, 000 5, 000 0 51000 0 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 EXPENDITURE 72, 993 79, 750 79, 927 177- 82, 524 2, 597- 85, 223 88, 029 90, 948 93, 982 PURCHASED SERVICES 72, 993 79, 750 79, 927 177- 82, 524 2, 597- 85, 223 88, 029 90, 948 93, 982 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0400- 423. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRTN 1, 729 2, 050 2, 000 50 2, 014 14- 2, 024 2, 034 2, 044 2, 054 001- 0400- 423. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 3, 116 2, 900 2, 900 0 2, 900 0 2, 900 2, 900 2, 900 2, 900 001- 0400- 423. 04- 15 PRINTING 3, 700 3, 500 3, 500 0 3, 500 0 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 001- 0400- 423. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING 1, 101 3, 600 3, 940 340- 4, 058 118- 4, 180 4, 305 4, 305 4, 435 001- 0400- 423. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 4, 567 2, 300 2, 300 0 2, 369 69- 2, 440 2, 513 2, 509 2, 666 001- 0400- 423. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 212- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 14, 089 14, 350 14, 640 290- 14, 841 201- 15, 044 15, 252 15, 338 15, 555 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 14, 009 14, 350 14, 640 290- 14, 841 201- 15, 044 15, 252 15, 338 15, 555 CAPITAL 001- 0400- 423. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 6, 816 0 0 0 4, 000 4, 000- 0 0 0 150, 000 EXPENDITURE 6, 816 0 0 0 4, 000 4, 000- 0 0 0 150, 000 CAPITAL 6, 816 0 0 0 4, 000 4, 000- 0 0 0 150, 000 ADMINISTRATION 486, 364 508, 046 511, 528 3, 482- 596, 328 84, 000- 596, 701 606, 513 620, 693 782, 292 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 12 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET •"' VARIANCE"' BUDGET """ VARIANCE"'" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET PERSONNEL PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0400- 424. 01- 01 PAYROLL 43, 928 54, 123 45, 375 8, 940 52, 840 7, 465- 51, 097 54, 975 56, 075 57, 196 001- 0400- 424. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 693 1, 600 1, 292 300 1, 300 0- 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 001- 0400- 424. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 25, 132 22, 695 22, 460 235 27, 171 4, 711- 27, 986 20, 826 29, 690 30, 501 001- 0400- 424. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 249 300 300 0 300 0 300 300 300 300 001- 0400- 424. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 EXPENDITURE 70, 002 79, 168 69, 677 9, 491 81, E61 12, 184- 03, 733 85, 651 07, 615 09, 627 PERSONNEL SERVICES 70, 002 79, 168 69, 677 9, 491 81, 861 12, 184- 83, 733 05, 651 87, 615 89, 627 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0400- 424. 02- 08 CONSULTANT 0 0 500 500- 500 0 500 500 500 500 EXPENDITURE 0 0 500 500- 500 0 500 500 500 500 PURCHASED SERVICES 0 0 500 S00- 500 0 500 500 500 500 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0400- 424. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING 223 450 575 125- 592 17- 610 628 647 667 001- 0400- 424. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 0 300 300 0 309 9- 318 328 338 348 EXPENDITURE 223 750 075 125- 901 26- 928 956 985 1, 015 OPERATING s MAINTENANCE 223 750 875 125- 901 26- 920 956 985 1, 015 PERSONNEL 70, 225 79, 918 71, 052 0, 066 83, 262 12, 210- 85, 161 87, 100 89, 100 91, 142 PREPARED 09127/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 13 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +'+ VARIANCE"'" BUDGET '*" VARIANCE+" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET INPORMATION SYSTEMS PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0400- 425. 01- 01 PAYROLL 0 65, 000 44, 760 20, 240 62, 811 18, 051- 64, 067 65, 349 66, 656 67, 989 001- 0400- 425. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 0 0 540 540- 500 4D 500 500 500 500 001- 0400- 425. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 0 19, 500 19, 834 314- 3G, 072 10, 238- 30, 974 31, 903 32, 860 31, 846 001- 0400- 425. 01- 10 TRAINING 0 0 1, 194 1, 194'- 3, 500 2, 306- 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 001- 0400- 425. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 0 1, 333 1, 333- 1, 300 33 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 EXPENDITURE 0 84, 500 62, 661 16, 839 98, 183 30, 522- 100, 141 102, 552 104, 816 102, 135 PERSONNEL SERVICES 0 84, 500 67, 661 16, 839 90, 183 3G, 522- 100, 341 102, 552 104, 816 107, 135 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0400- 425. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 51, 717 7, 000 20, 603 13, 603- 3, 300 17, 303 3, 300 3, 3G0 3, 300 3, 300 001- 0400- 425. 02- 28 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 0 500 500 0 1, 000 500- 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0400- 425. 02- 18 SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE 40, 209 45, 301 44, 805 496 44, 853 48- 46, 198 47, 584 49, 012 50, 402 001- 0400- 425. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 0 50 450 400- 1, 000 550- 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0400- 425. 02- 44 SOFTWARE LICENSING 0 7, B00 6, 200 1, 600 9, 000 2, 000- 0, 000 8, 000 8, 000 8, 000 EXPENDITURE 91, 926 60, 651 72, 558 11, 907- 59, 153 13, 405 59, 498 60, 884 62, 312 63, 782 PURCHASED SERVICES 91, 926 60, 651 72, 558 11, 907- 59, 153 13, 405 59, 490 60, 884 62, 312 63, 782 OPERATING E MAINTENANCE 001- D400- 425. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 250 700 904 204- 850 54 850 850 850 850 001- 0400- 425. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING 777 400 520 120- 500 20 500 500 500 500 EXPENDITURE 1, 027 1, 100 1, 424 324- 1, 350 74 1, 350 1, 350 1, 350 1, 350 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 1, 027 1, 100 1, 424 324- 1, 350 74 1, 350 1, 350 1, 350 1, 350 CAPITAL D01- 0400- 425. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 24, 977 27, 505 28, 351 046- 34, 200 5, 049- 32, 500 32, 500 38, 500 37, 500 EXPENDITURE 24, 977 27, 505 28, 351 046- 34, 200 5, 049- 32, 500 32, 500 30, 500 37, 500 CAPITAL 24, 977 27, 505 28, 351 846- 34, 200 5. 849- 32, 500 32, 500 38, 500 37, 500 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 117, 930 173, 756 169, 994 3, 762 192, 886 22, 892- 193, 689 197, 286 206, 978 209, 767 EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES 674, 519 761, 720 752, 574 9, 146 872, 476 119, 902- 875, 551 890, 9G6 916, 771 1, 083, 201 FINANCE 674, 519 761, 720 752, 574 9, 146 872, 476 119, 902- 875, 551 890, 906 916, 771 1, 083, 201 FINANCE 674, 519 761, 720 752, 574 9, 146 872, 476 119, 902- 875, 551 890, 906 916, 771 1, GB3, 201 PREPARED 09127/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 14 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2005 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 200B PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET *" VARIANCE"' BUDGET "' VARIANCE^• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0500- 432. 01- 01 PAYROLL 62, 531 62, 836 136, 088 73, 252- 253, 441 117, 353- 250, 510 263, 680 260, 954 247, 333 001- 0500- 432. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 186 250 610 360- 300 310 250 250 250 250 001- 0500- 432. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 32, 119 40, 619 58, 739 18, 120- 91, 531 32, 792- 94, 277 97, 105 100, 018 103, 019 001- 0500- 432. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 300 300 0 300 0 306 312 318 325 001- 0500- 432. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 300 300 0 300 0 306 312 318 325 EXPENDITURE 94, 836 104, 305 196, 037 91, 732- 345, 072 149, 835- 353, 649 361, 659 369, 858 351, 252 PERSONNEL SERVICES 94, 836 104, 305 196, 037 91, 732- 345, 072 149, 835- 353, 649 361, 659 369, 058 351, 252 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0500- 432. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICES 0 700 400 300 700 30D- 714 720 743 750 001- 0500- 432. 02- 28 EQUIP/ MAINT AGREEMNT/ COPY 2, 177 5, 650 5, 650 0 5, 650 0 5, 650 5, 650 51650 5, 763 001- 0500- 432. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 300 200 100 200 0 306 312 310 325 001- 0500- 432. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 150 100 75 25 100 25- 102 104 106 108 EXPENDITURE 2, 327 6, 750 6, 325 425 6, 650 325- 6, 772 6, 794 6, 817 6, 954 PURCHASED SERVICES 2, 327 6, 750 6, 325 425 6, 650 325- 6, 772 6, 794 6, 817 6, 954 OPERATING 5 MAINTENANCE 001- 0500- 432. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 5, 400 350 6, 500 6, 150- 350 61150 714 728 743 758 001- 0500- 432. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRPT 75 75 363 288- 75 288 77 70 80 01 001- 0500- 432. 04- 08 FURNITURE 0 0 0 0 3, 385 3, 385- 0 0 0 0 001- 0500- 432. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 864 1, 000 11000 0 1, 200 200- 1, 224 1, 248 1, 273 - 1, 299 001- 0500- 432. 04- 14 PLANNING COMM EXPENSES 499 475 475 0 500 25- 714 728 743 750 OG1- 0500- 432. 04- 15 PRINTING 742 500 500 O 500 0 510 520 531 541 001- 0500- 432. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING D 100 SO 50 l00 50- l03 l04 106 as 001- 0500- 432. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 236 1, 500 1, 500 0 1, 600 100- 1, 632 1, 665 1, 698 1, 732 EXPENDITURE 0, 896 4, 000 10, 388 6, 388- 7, 710 2, 678 4, 973 5, 071 5, 174 5, 277 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 8, 896 4, 000 10, 388 61388- 7, 710 2, 670 4, 973 5, 071 5, 174, 5, 277 CAPITAL 001- 0500- 432. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 0 0 400 400- O 0 0 0 001- 0500- 432. 06- 09 SOFTWARE 110 0 0 0 600 6GO- O 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 110 0 0 0 1, 000 1, 000- 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 110 0 0 0 1, G00 1, 000- O 0 0 0 ADMINISTRATION 106, 169 115, 055 212, 750 97, 695- 361, 232 148, 482- 365, 194 373, 524 381, 849 363, 483 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 15 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ••• VARIANCE"• BUDGET ." VARIANCE" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ZONING/ LONG RANGE PLAN PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0500- 433. 01- 01 PAYROLL 236, 159 307, 821 211, 696 96, 123 174, 995 36, 703 178, 495 182, 065 185, 706 189, 420 001- 0500- 431. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 5, 713 3, 500 1, 500 1, 992 2, 000 492- 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 001- 0500- 433. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 95, 165 101, 275 78, 681 22, 594 75, 038 3, 643 77, 289 79, 608 81, 996 04, 456 001- 0500- 433. 01- 30 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 11500 1, 500 0 3, 500 2, 000- 3, 570 3, 641 3, 714 3, 789 001- 0500- 433. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 1, 200 1, 400 200- 3, 000 1, 600- 3, 060 3, 121 3, 104 3, 247 EXPENDITURE 337, 037 415, 296 294, 787 120, 509 258, 533 36, 254 265, 414 271, 435 277, 600 283, 912 PERSONNEL SERVICES 337, 037 415, 296 294, 787 120, 509 258, 533 36, 254 265, 414 271, 435 277, 600 283, 912 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0500- 433. 02- 08 CONSULTANT 11981 2, 000 2, 000 0 21000 0 2, 040 2, 081 2, 122 2, 165 001- 0500- 433. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 0 21000 2, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 2, 040 2, 081 2, 122 2, 165 EXPENDITURE 11981 4, 000 4, 000 0 3, 000 11000 4, 080 4, 162 4, 244 4, 330 PURCHASED SERVICES 11981 4, 000 4, 000 0 31000 11000 4, 080 4, 162 4, 244 4, 330 OPERATING k MAINTENANCE 001- 0500- 433. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRPN 722 11100 950 150 1, 500 550- 1, 530 1, 561 1, 592 1, 624 001- 0500- 433. 04- 15 PRINTING 218 500 500 0 500 0 510 520 531 541 001- 0500- 433. 04- 18 REFERENCE LIBRARY 0 250 250 0 300 50- 306 312 318 325 001- 0500- 433. 04- 20 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 053 1, 300 1, 300 0 1, 300 200- 1, 530 1, 561 1, 592 1, 624 001- 0500- 433. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 17- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 1, 976 3, 150 3, 000 150 3, 800 000- 3, 876 3, 954 4, 033 4, 114 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 1, 976 3, 150 3, 000 150 3, 000 800- 3, 876 3, 954 4, 033 4, 114 ZONING/ LONG RANGE PLAN 340, 994 422, 446 301, 787 120, 659 265, 333 36, 454 273, 370 279, 551 285, 877 292, 356 EXPENDITURES 447, 163 537, 501 514, 537 22, 964 626, 565 112, 020- 638, 764 653, 075 667, 726 655, 039 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 447, 163 537, 501 514, 537 22, 964 626, 565 112, 020- 638, 764 653, 075 667, 726 655, 039 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 447, 163 537, 501 514, 537 22, 964 626, 565 112, 028- 638, 764 653, 075 667, 726 655, 839 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 16 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET '*' VARIANCE- BUOG@T «' VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET PUBLIC SAFETY PUBLIC SAFETY EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0600- 447. 01- 01 PAYROLL 174, 127 171, 059 175, 039 3, 980- 183, 550 8, 511- 187, 221 190, 965 194, 704 198, 679 001- 0600- 447. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 51865 1, 200 1, 200 0 11200 0 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 001- 0600- 447. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 64, 642 74, 211 60, 675 13, 536 69, 068 8, 393- 71, 140 73, 274 75, 472 77, 737 001- 0600- 447. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 275 600 600 0 700 100- 700 700 700 700 001- 0600- 447. 01- 12 TRAVEL 2, 256 1, 700 1, 700 0 1, 700 0 1, 700 1, 700 1, 700 1, 700 EXPENDITURE 247, 165 248, 770 239, 214 9, 556 256, 210 17, 004- 261, 961 267, 039 273, 856 200, 016 PERSONNEL SERVICES 247, 165 240, 770 239, 214 9, 556 256, 218 17, 004- 261, 961 267, 839 273, 056 280, 016 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0600- 447. 02- 07 COMMUNICATION SERVICES 115, 000 107, 000 107, 000 0 109, 000 2, 000- 115, 000 116, 020 117, 000 118, 000 001- 0600- 447. 02- 20 EQUIP/ MAINT AGREEMNT/ COPY 360 360 360 0 360 0 360 360 360 360 001- 0600- 447. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 447. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 412 175 200 25- 200 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0600- 447. 02- 37 MICROFILMING 822 850 850 0 850 0 050 850 850 850 001- 0600- 447, 02- 39 POSTAGE 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 06DO- 447. 02- 40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 4, 112 51500 2, 500 3, 000 3, 000 500- 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 001- 0600- 447. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 8, 341 6, 200 6, 200 0 61200 0 6, 200 6, 300 6, 300 6, 400 EXPENDITURE 129, 058 120, 185 117, 210 2, 975 119, 710 2, 500- 125, 710 126, 810 127, 810 128, 910 PURCHASED SERVICES 129, 058 120, 185 117, 210 2, 975 1191710 2, 500- 125, 710 126, 810 127, 810 128, 910 OPERATING fi MAINTENANCE 001- 0600- 447. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 780 450 450 0 500 50- 500 500 500 500 001- 0600- 447. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRTN 595 000 800 0 800 0 800 800 000 800 001- 0600- 447. 04- 09 INSURANCE 8, 330 9, 580 8, 770 B10 10, 086 1, 316- 10, 100 10, 200 10, 300 10, 400 001- 0600- 447. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 1, 700 1, 500 1, 500 0 11500 0 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 001- 0600- 447. 04- 15 PRINTING 3, 339 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0600- 447. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING 998 800 800 0 800 0 800 800 800 000 001- D600- 447. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 2, 495 11500 1, 500 0 11500 0 11500 3, 500 1, 500 1, 500 001- 0600- 447. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 001- 060D- 447. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQUIPMENT 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0600- 447. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 107- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 18, 156 15, 100 14, 370 810 15. 736 1, 366- 15, 750 15, 85E 15, 950 16, 050 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 18, 156 15, 100 14, 370 810 15, 736 1, 366- 15, 750 15, 850 15, 950 16, 050 CAPITAL 001- 0600- 447. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES O 0 1, 900 1, 900- 4, 000 2, 100- 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 1, 900 1, 900- 4, 000 2, 100- 0 O 0 0 CAPITAL 0 0 1, 900 1, 900- 4, 000 2, 100- 0 0 0 0 ADMINISTRATION 394, 379 384, 135 372, 694 11, 441 395, 664 22, 970- 403, 421 410, 499 417, 616 424, 976 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 17 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE`"" BUDGET `"` VARIANCE«` BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET PATROL PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0600- 448. 01- 01 PAYROLL 461, 475 498, 889 500, 416 1, 527- 548, 055 47, 639- 559, 016 570, 196 581, 599 593, 230 001- 0600- 448. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 93, 098 75, 616 75, 616 0 77, 128 1, 512- 70, 670 80, 243 81, 847 82. 083 001- 0600- 448. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 184, 672 216, 434 214, 751 1, 683 253, 719 38, 968- 261, 331 269, 170 277, 246 285, 563 001- 0600- 448. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 1,$ 82 2, 500 2, 500 0 2, 650 150- 2, 650 2, 650 2, 650 2, 650 001- 0600- 448. 01- 12 TRAVEL 5, 275 4, 500 4, 500 0 4, 700 200- 4, 700 4, 700 4. 700 4, 700 EXPENDITURE 747, 202 797, 939 797, 783 156 006, 252 08, 469- 906, 367 926, 959 948, 042 969, 026 PERSONNEL SERVICES 747, 202 797. 939 797, 783 156 886, 252 88, 469- 906, 367 926, 959 948, 042 969, 026 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0600- 448. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 6, 723 5, 700 8, 350 2, 650- 8, 350 0 8, 350 8, 350 8, 350 8, 350 001- 0600- 448. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 139 100 190 90- 100 90 100 100 100 100 D01- 0600- 448. 02- 34 LAB WORK 796 6D0 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 001- 0600- 448. 02- 40 PROFESSIONAL 3, 549 4, 500 4, 500 0 4, 500 0 4, 500 4, 500 4, 500 4, 500 001- 0600- 440. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 0 1, 200 1, 200 0 1, 200 0 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 001- 0600- 448. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 0 800 1, 000 200- 800 200 800 800 800 800 EXPENDITURE 11, 207 12, 900 15, 840 2, 940- 15, 550 290 15, 550 15, 550 15, 550 15, 550 PURCHASED SERVICES 11, 207 12, 900 15, 840 2, 940- 15, 550 290 15, 550 15, 550 15, 550 15, 550 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 001- 0600- 448. 04- 05 SUPPLIES CRIME/ ANIMAL EOU 1, 036 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0600- 448. 04- 26 SUPPLIES- LAB 844 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 200 200- 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, D00 001- 0600- 448. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 4, 503 3, 000 3, 000 0 3, 000 0 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 001- 0600- 448. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 13, 923 20, 050 10, 570 1, 480 18, 500 70 19, 764 20, 752 21, 790 22, 879 001- 0600- 448. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQUIPMENT 1, 576 1, 500 2, 400 900- 1, 500 900 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 001- 0600- 448. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 570 655 600 55 690 90- 700 AO 720 730 001- D600- 448. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS I SUPPLIES 4, 364 5, 000 10, 200 5, 200- 5, 000 5, 200 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 EXPENDITURE 26, 816 32. 205 36, 770 4, 565- 30, 890 5, 000 31, 964 32, 962 34, 010 35, 109 OPERATING E MAINTENANCE 26, 816 32, 205 36, 770 4, 565- 30, 890 51080 31, 964 32, 962 34, 010 35, 109 CAPITAL 001- 0600- 448. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 61, 853 54, 127 44, 127 10, 000 8, 000 36, 127 81000 8, 000 120, 449 8, 000 001- 0600- 448. 06- 07 RADIOS ( OVER $ 100) 0 2, 500 2, 500 0 2, 500 0 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 EXPENDITURE 61, 853 56, 627 46, 627 10, 000 10, 500 36, 127 8, 000 10, 500 128, 449 10, 500 CAPITAL 61, 853 56, 627 46, 627 10, 000 10, 500 36, 127 8, 000 10, 500 128, 449 10, 500 PATROL 847, 070 899, 671 897, 020 2, 651 943, 192 46, 172- 961, 881 985, 971 1, 126, 051 1, 030, 185 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 10 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "+ VARIANCE"` BUDGET - VARIANCE`++ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET CODE ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0600- 449. 01- 01 PAYROLL 112, 031 121, 718 111, 530 10, 188 132, 489 20, 959- 135, 138 137, 840 140, 596 143, 407 001- 0600- 449. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 5, 711 4, 189 4, 189 0 4, 272 83- 4, 357 4, 444 4, 532 4, 622 001- 0600- 449. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 57, 006 52, 005 46, 984 5, 821 561750 9, 766- 58, 453 60, 206 62, 012 63, 073 001- 0600- 449. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 820 500 980 480- 550 430 550 550 550 550 001- 0600- 449. 01- 12 TRAVEL 421 700 220 400 750 530- 750 750 750 750 EXPENDITURE 176, 795 179, 912 163, 903 16, 009 194, 811 30, 908- 199, 240 203, 790 200, 440 213, 202 PERSONNEL SERVICES 176, 795 179, 912 163, 903 16, 009 194, 811 30, 908- 199. 248 203, 790 208, 440 213, 202 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0600- 449. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 1, 523 1, 700 1, 700 0 1, 700 0 1, 700 1, 700 1, 700 1, 700 001- 0600- 449. 02- 40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 972 900 900 0 900 0 900 900 900 900 001- 0600- 449. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 420 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 001- 0600- 449. 02- 44 UTILITIES- SHELTER 447 600 600 0 625 25- 650 675 700 700 001- 0600- 449. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 0 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 EXPENDITURE 3, 362 3, 800 3, 000 0 31825 25- 3, 050 3, 875 3, 900 3, 900 PURCHASED SERVICES 3, 362 3, 800 3, 80D 0 3, 825 25- 3, 850 3, 075 3, 900 3, 900 OPERATING fi MAINTENANCE 001- 0600- 449. 04- 05 SUPPLIES CRIME/ ANIMAL EDU 926 600 850 250- 600 250 600 600 600 600 001- 0600- 449. 04- 11 LICENSE TAGS 62 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 001- 0600- 449. 04- 15 PRINTING 3, 272 600 600 0 11200 600- 600 1, 200 600 1, 200 003- 0600- 449. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 0 150 150 0 150 0 150 150 150 150 001- 0600- 449. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 710 600 1, 200 600- 800 400 600 600 600 600 001- 0600- 449. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 3, 467 4, 338 3, 962 376 3, 962 0 4, 276 4, 490 4, 714 4, 950 001- 0600- 449. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQUIPMENT 522 300 490 190- 300 190 300 300 300 300 001- 0600- 449. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 48 78 187 109- 215 28- 220 225 230 235 001- 0600- 449. 04- 38 VF. HTCT. E- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 1, 267 1, 400 1. 400 0 1, 400 0 1, 50D 1, 500 1, 500 11500 001- 0600- 449. 04- 43 SUPPLIES- SHELTER 489 700 700 0 700 0 700 700 700 700 001- 0600- 449. 04- 46 SUPPLIES- FOOD 49 100 100 0 100 0 100, 100 100 100 EXPENDITURE 10, 820 0, 916 9, 689 773- 9, 477 212 9, 096 9, 915 9, 544 10, 385 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 10, 820 0, 916 9, 689 773- 9, 477 212 91096 9, 915 9, 544 10, 385 CAPITAL 001- 0600- 449. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 530 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22, 350 EXPENDITURE 530 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 O 22, 350 CAPITAL 530 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22, 350 CODE ENFORCEMENT 191, 507 192, 628 177, 392 15, 236 200, 113 30, 721- 212, 194 217, 580 221, 884 249, 837 EXPENDITURES 1, 432, 964 1, 476, 434 1, 447, 106 29, 328 1, 546, 969 99, 863- 1, 577, 496 1, 614, 050 1, 765, 551 1, 704, 990 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 19 PROGRAM GM6011, FOR PISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +" VARIANCE"+ BUDGET - VARIANCE"+ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET EXPENDITURES COURT PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0600- 430. 01- 01 PAYROLL 17, 795 21, 477 21, 120 349 23, 448 2, 320- 23, 916 24, 394 24, 801 25, 378 001- 0600- 450. 01- 00 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 132 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 001- 0600- 450. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 9, 012 9, 782 11, 966 2, 184- 14, 159 2, 193- 14, 584 15, 021 15, 472 15, 936 001- 0600- 450. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 450. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 EXPENDITURE 26, 939 32, 159 33, 994 1, 835- 38, 507 4, 513- 39, 400 40, 315 41, 253 42, 214 PERSONNEL SERVICES 26, 939 32, 159 33, 994 1, 835- 30, 507 4, 513- 39, 400 40, 315 41, 253 42, 214 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0600- 450. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 11, 095 14, 000 14, 000 0 14, 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 001- 0600- 450. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 EXPENDITURE 11, 095 14, 050 14, 050 0 14, 050 0 15, 050 15, 050 15, 050 15, 050 PURCHASED SERVICES 11, 095 14, 050 14, 050 0 14, 050 0 15, 050 15, 050 15, 050 15, 050 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 001- 0600- 450. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRTN 30 50 300 250- 300 0 300 300 30D 300 001- 0600- 450. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 21 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 001- 0600- 450. 04- 15 PRINTING 0 50 50 0 50 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 450. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING 163 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0600- 450. 04- 20 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 302 100 100 O 100 0 100 100 100 100 EXPENDITURE 516 450 700 250- 700 0 750 750 750 750 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 516 450 700 250- 700 0 750 750 750 750 COURT 38, 550 46, 659 40, 744 2, 085- 53, 257 4, 513- 55, 200 56, 115 57, 053 58, 014 EXPENDITURES 38, 550 46, 659 48, 744 2, 005- 53, 257 4, 513- 55, 200 56, 115 57, 053 58, 014 PUBLIC SAFETY 1, 471, 514 1, 523, 093 1, 495, 050 27, 243 1, 600, 226 104, 376- 1, 632, 696 1, 670, 165 1, 822, 604 1, 763, 012 PUBLIC SAFETY 1, 471, 514 1, 523, 093 1, 495, 050 27, 243 1, 600, 226 104, 376- 1, 632, 696 1, 670, 165 1, 022, 604 1, 763, 012 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 20 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERI00 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ••• VARIANCE- BUDGET ++' VARIANCE••• BUDGET BUDGET . BUDGET BUDGET PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0701- 452. 01- 01 PAYROLL 146, 793 149, 047 153, 777 4, 730- 158, 880 5, 103- 162, 058 165, 299 168, 605 171, 977 001- 0701- 452. 01- 06 PAYROLL- CLEANING 8, 383 7, 350 8, 838 1, 4BB- 9, 000 162- 9, 180 9, 364 9, 551 9, 742 001- 0701- 452. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 836 453 0 453 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0701- 452. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 33, 370 44, 079 52, 132 8, 053- 53, 070 1, 730- 55, 486 57, 151 58, 865 60, 631 001- 0701- 452. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 50 375 375 0 385 10- 385 385 385 385 001- 0701- 452. 01- 12 TRAVEL 682 708 708 0 730 22- 730 730 730 730 EXPENDITURE 190, 114 202, 012 215, 830 13, 818- 222, 865 7, 035- 227, 839 232, 929 238, 136 243, 465 PERSONNEL SERVICES 190, 114 202, 012 215, 830 13, 818- 222, 865 7, 035- 227, 839 232, 929 238, 136 243, 465 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0701- 452. 02- 09 CONSULTANT- ENGINEER 2, 469 1, 650 1, 650 0 1, 730 80- 1, 147 1, 765 1, 702 1, 800 001- 0701- 452. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 2, 788 3, 550 2, 539 1, 011 3, 550 1, 011- 3, 586 3, 621 3, 658 3, 694 001- 0701- 452. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 550 350 200 580 230- 580 500 580 580 001- 0701- 452. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 394 550 544 6 570 26- 581 593 605 617 001- 0701- 452. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 96 200 200 0 210 10- 210 210 210 210 EXPENDITURE 5, 747 6, 500 5, 283 1, 217 6, 640 1, 357- 6, 704 6, 769 6, 835 6, 901 PURCHASED SERVICES 5, 747 6, 500 5, 283 1, 217 6, 640 1, 357- 6, 704 6, 769 6, 835 61901 OPERATING F MAINTENANCE 001- 0701- 452. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 5, 225 3, 500 3, 500 0 3, 600 100- 3, 672 3, 745 3, 020 3, 897 001- 0701- 452. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRIP 126 200 194 6 200 6- 200 200 200 200 001- 0701- 452. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 215 200 200 0 250 50- 250 250 250 250 O01- 0701- 452. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 0 100 100 0 150 50- 150 150 150 150 001- 0701- 452. 04- 23 CLEANING SUPPLIES 1, 238 1. 030 11005 25 1, 060 55- 1, 071 11081 1, 092 1, 103 001- 0701- 452. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 815 838 1, 394 556- 878 516 887 896 905 914 001- 0701- 452. 04- 05 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 769 1, 172 819 353 819 0 860 903 948 995 001- 0701- 452. 04- 36 VEHILE- EQUIPMENT 0 150 150 0 150 0 150 150 150 150 001- 0701- 452. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 92 106 422 316- 324 95 340 357 375 394 001- 0701- 452. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS A SUPPLIES 12 600 600 0 600 0 618 637 656 675 001- 0701- 452. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 19- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 8, 473 7, 896 8, 304 480- 8, 031 353 6, 198 8, 369 8, 546 8, 728 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 8, 473 7, 896 8, 384 488- 8, 031 353 8, 198 8, 369 8, 546 8, 728 ADMINISTRATION 204, 334 216, 408 229, 497 13, 089- 237, 536 8, 039- 242, 741 240, 067 253, 517 259, 094 EXPENDITURES 204, 334 216, 408 229, 497 13, 089- 237, 536 8, 039- 242, 741 248, 067 253, 517 259, 094 I------ ------------ -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ---'-------- ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION 204, 334 216, 408 229, 497 13, 009- 237, 536 8, 039- 242, 741 248, 067 253, 517 259, 094 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 21 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE^' BUDGET **' VARIANCE"* BUDGET BUDGET BULLET BUDGET TR SPORTATION EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0702- 454. 01- 01 PAYROLL 113, 996 122, 625 121, 131 1, 494 128, 900 7, 769- 131, 478 134, 308 136. 790 139, 526 001- 0702- 454. 01- 00 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 679 750 1, 000 250- 11000 0 1, 020 1, 040 1, 061 1, 082 001- 0702- 454. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 40, 082 50, 043 51, 830 1, 787- 58, 251 6, 421- 59, 999 61, 790 63, 652 65, 562 001- 0702- 454. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 10 2, 300 700 1, 600 1, 200 500- 1, 400 1, 400 1, 450 1, 500 001- 0702- 454. 01- 12 TRAVEL 3, 461 2, 475 2, 305 170 2, 815 510- 1, 500 1, 100 1, 100 1, 150 EXPENDITURE 158, 220 178, 193 176, 966 1, 227 192, 166 15, 200- 195, 397 199, 446 204, 053 208, 020 PERSONNEL SERVICES 150, 228 170, 193 176, 966 1, 227 192, 166 15, 200- 195, 397 199, 446 204, 053 208, 820 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0702- 454. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 340 630 600 30 600 0 650 650 675 675 001- 0702- 454. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT - AFFAIRS 0 300 150 150 300 150- 200 300 300 350 001- 0702- 454. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 111 197 535 338- 475 60 500 525 551 579 001- 0702- 454. 02- 40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2, 079 3, 090 4, 417 1, 327- 2, 027 11590 2, 912 2, 970 3, 059 3, 120 001- 0702- 454. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 462 456 400 24- 504 24- 514 524 540 551 001- 0702- 454. 02- 44 UTILITIES 907 961 934 27 962 28- 996 1, 031 1, 067 1, 104 EXPENDITURE 3, 099 5, 634 7, 116 1, 402- 5, 668 1, 448 5, 772 6, 000 6, 192 6, 379 PURCHASED SERVICES 3, 099 5, 634 7, 116 1, 482- 5, 668 1, 448 5, 772 6, 000 6, 192 6, 379 OPERATING 4 MAINTENANCE 001- 0702- 454. 04- 02 BUILDING LEASE PAYMENT 28, 721 29, 409 26, 993 2, 416 27, 756 763- 28, 672 29, 532 30, 418 31, 331 001- 0702- 454. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHP, SUBSCRP 1, 385 1, 691 1, 661 30 1, 761 100- 1, 014 1, 850 1, 887 1, 925 001- 0702- 454. 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 723 316 1, 067 751- 1, 066 1 650 650 675 675 001- 0702- 454. 04- 08 FURNITURE 0 375 250 125 375 125- 400 450 375 375 001- 0702- 454. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 1 250 250 0 250 0 275 275 285 290 001- 0702- 454. 04- 25 SUPPLIES/ DATA PROCESSING 0 185 035 650- 185 650 850 250 300 200 001- 0702- 454. 04- 20 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 044 850 1, 363 513- 1, 412 49- 1, 483 1, 512 1, 500 1, 636 001- 0702- 454. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 114- O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 31, 760 33, 076 32, 419 657 32, 805 306- 34, 144 34, 519 25, 528 36, 432 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 31, 760 33, 076 32, 419 657 32, 805 386- 34, 144 34, 519 35, 528 36, 432 CAPITAL 001- 0702- 454. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 0 0 11900 1, 900- 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 0 0 1, 900 1, 900- 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 0 0 0 - 0 1, 900 1, 900- 0 0 0 0 ADMINISTRATION 193, 807 216, 903 216, 501 402 232, 539 16, 038- 235, 313 239, 965 245, 773 251, 631 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 00, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 22 PROGRAM GM6011, FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPO$ EO 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ••• VARIANCE- BUDGET "• VARIANCE••+ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUSPROGRAM PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0702- 455. 01- 01 PAYROLL 962, 588 1, 046, 615 1, 038, 677 7, 938 1, 103, 922 65, 245- 1, 137, 040 1, 171, 151 1, 206, 285 1, 242, 474 001- 0702- 455. 01- 02 PAYROLL- SPECIALS/ RECVR' D 181020 20, 607 20, 700 93- 21, 321 621- 21, 961 22, 619 23, 298 23, 997 001- 0702- 455. 01- 03 PAYROLL- SPECIALS DONATED 9, 269 6, 308 8, 167 1, 859- 0, 452 205- 8, 706 81967 9, 236 9, 513 001- 0702- 455. 01- 06 PAYROLL- OT/ SPECIALS OONAT 281 500 450 50 500 50- 515 530 546 563 001- 0702- 455. 01- 07 PAYROLL- OT/ SPECIALS 1, 173 4, 770 4, 500 270 4, 770 270, 4, 913 5, 060 5, 212 5, 369 001- 0702- 455. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 57, 339 54, 590 51, 500 3, 090 54, 590 3, 090- 56, 228 57, 915 59, 652 61, 442 001- 0702- 455. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 440, 931 453, 475 489, 982 36, 507- 515, 325 25, 343- 530, 785 546, 708 563, 110 580, 003 001- 0702- 455. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 625 000 950 150- 11300 350- 1, 200 2, 200 1, 300 1, 350 001- D702- 455. 01- 12 TRAVEL 1, 102 3, 240 1, 670 1, 570 2, 585 915- 1, 250 2, 400 1, 000 2, 500 001- 0702- 455. 01- 76 BETA BUS PASSES- EMPLOYEE 6, 875 6, 750 9, 900 3, 150- 10, 800 900- 11, 124 11, 600 12, 031 12, 392 EXPENDITURE 1, 498, 203 1, 597, 655 1, 626, 496 28, 841- 1, 723, 565 97, 069- 1, 773, 722 1, 829, 230 1, 881, 670 1, 939, 603 PERSONNEL SERVICES 1, 498, 203 1, 597, 655 1, 626, 496 28, 841- 1, 723, 565 97, 069- 1, 773, 722 E, 929, 230 1, 961, 670 1, 939, 603 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0702- 455. 02- 04 BUILDING MAINTENANCE 7, 988 31, 40B 15, 100 16, 308 15, 855 755- 16, 648 17, 480 10, 354 19, 272 001- 0702- 455. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 55, 668 65, 076 51, 042 14, 834 55, 391 4, 349- 57, 053 59, 905 62, 901 66, 046 001- 0702- 455. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 150 100 50 150 50- 150 150 153 158 001- 0702- 455. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 605 900 075 25 900 25- 927 955 983 1, 033 001- 0702- 455. 02- 40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 5, 841 9, 235 13, 335 4, 100- 13, 335 0 14, 002 14, 282 14, 567 14, 859 001- 0702- 455. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 1, 126 2, 000 3, 000 1, 000- 2, 000 1, 000 2, 040 2, 040 2, 101 2, 101 001- 0702- 455. 02- 44 UTILITIES 132 4, 746 4, 746 0 4, 983 237- 5, 157 5, 338 5, 525 5, 710 001- 0702- 455. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 91828 25, 100 22, 300 2, 800 13, 000 4, 300 18, 900 19, 845 20, 837 21, 462 EXPENDITURE 81, 188 139, 415 110, 490 28, 917 110, 614 116- 114, 877 119, 995 125, 421 130, 649 PURCHASED SERVICES 81, 188 139, 415 110, 498 20, 917 110, 614 116- 114, 877 119, 995 125, 421 130, 649 OPERATING I MAINTENANCE 001- 0702- 455. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 13, 995 12, 520 12, 442 78 14, 520 2, 078- 14, 810 15, 107 15, 409 15, 717 001- 0702- 455. 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 1, 970 1, 344 1, 859 515- 3, 744 1, 885- 900 900 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0702- 455. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 795 1, 350 1, 700 350- 1, 800 100- 1, 890 1, 928 1, 950 1, 950 001- 0702- 455. 04- 15 PRINTING 10, 960 11, 900 11, 740 160 11, 900 160- 12, 130 12, 502 12, 877 13, 264 001- 0702- 455. 04- 20 SIGNS 0 250 1, 000 750- 1, 000 0 400 400 400 450 001- 0702- 455. 04- 23 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 0 50 50 0 50 0 53 55 58 61 001- 0702- 455. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0702- 455. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 8, 410 10, 500 10, 500 0 8, 500 2, 000 6, 755 8, 930 9, 109 9, 291 001- 0702- 455. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 150, 297 220, 387 175, 201 45, 186 107, 765 12, 564- 237, 654 249, 537 262, 013 275, 114 001- 0702- 455. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQUIPMENT 3, 005 4, 613 5, 100 487- 4, 613 487 4, 000 4, 100 4, 250 4, 250 001- 0702- 455. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 24, 366 27, 554 16, 552 11, 002 19, 035 2, 483- 19, 416 19, 998 20, 398 21, 010 001- 0702- 455. 04- 30 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 90, 436 94, 461 109, 060 14, 599- 113, 288 4, 228- 116, 687 120, 187 126, 197 132, 506 EXPENDITURE 312, 269 384, 929 345, 204 39, 725 366, 215 21, 011- 416, 703 433, 644 453, 661 474, 613 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 312, 269 384, 929 345, 204 39, 725 366, 215 21, 011- 416, 703 433, 644 453, 661 474, 613 CAPITAL 001- 0702- 455. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 0 0 7, 000 7, 000- 0 0 0 0 001- 0702- 455. 06- 07 RADIOS ( OVER $ 100) 792 750 1, 000 250- 11000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 250 1, 250 EXPENDITURE 792 750 1, 000 250- 0, 000 7, 000- 1, 000 1, 000 1, 250 1, 250 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 23 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2001 2002 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTIO14 ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET - VARIANCE'^ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET CAPITAL 792 750 1, 000 250- 8, 000 7, 000- 1, 000 1, 000 1, 250 1, 250 BUS PROGRAM 1, 892, 452 2, 122, 749 2, 083, 198 39, 551 2, 208, 394 125, 196- 2, 306, 302 2, 383, 869 2, 462, 002 2, 546, 115 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 24 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERI00 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET *'" VARIANCE"' BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET PARKING PROGRAM PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0702- 456. 01- 01 PAYROLL 35, 608 43, 728 28, 182 15. 546 32, 763 41581- 56, 938 58, 077 59, 239 60, 423 001- 0702- 456. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 60 1, 200 1, 200 0 11200 0 1, 224 1, 248 1, 273 1, 299 001- 0702- 456. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 21, 936 19, 925 12, 571 7, 354 14, 360 1, 709- 23, 647 24, 356 25, 087 25, 839 EXPENDITURE 57, 604 64, 853 41, 953 22, 900 48, 323 6, 370- 81, 809 03, 681 65, 599 07, 561 PERSONNEL SERVICES 57, 684 64, 853 41, 953 22, 900 48, 323 6, 370- 81, 809 83, 681 05, 599 87, 561 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0702- 456. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 622 1, 092 1, 040 52 4, 092 3, 052- 19, 215 20, 175 21, 184 22, 243 001- 0702- 456. 02- 32 FREIGHT & SHIPPING B7 55 50 5 55 5- 75 85 85 95 EXPENDITURE 709 1, 147 11090 57 4, 147 3, 057- 19, 290 20, 260 21, 269 22, 338 PURCHASED SERVICES 709 1, 147 1, 090 57 4, 147 3, 057- 19, 290 20, 260 21, 269 22, 338 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 001- 0702- 456. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 0 450 100 350 500 400- 1, 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 001- 0702- 456. 04- 08 FURNITURE 0 150 0 150 200 200- 350 150 200 200 001- 0702- 456. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 700 600 100 700 100- 500 500 500 700 001- 0702- 456. 04- 20 SIGNS 79 250 250 G 250 0 300 350 35D 350 001- 0702- 456. 04- 30 SUPPLIES- PARKING 7, 501 9, 730 9, 450 280 9, 630 180- 16, 112 16, 917 17, 425 17, 947 001- 0702- 456. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 0 0 0 0 0 0 375 425 450 450 EXPENDITURE 7, 580 11, 280 10, 400 880 11, 280 880- 18, 637 19, 342 19, 925 20, 647 OPERATING F MAINTENANCE 7, 580 11, 280 10, 400 660 11, 280 960- 18, 637 19, 342 19, 925 20, 647 PARKING PROGRAM 65, 913 77, 280 53, 443 23, 037 63, 750 10, 307- 119, 736 123, 203 126, 793 130, 546 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 25 PROGRAM GN601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +++ VARIANCE" BUDGET "' VARIANCE'^ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET PARCEL C PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0702- 457. 01- 01 PAYROLL 31, 954 40, 421 36, 334 4, 087 30, 317 6, 017 30, 923 31, 542 32, 173 32, 816 001- 0702- 457. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 020 2, 500 2, 500 0 2, 500 0 2, 550 2, 601 2, 653 2, 706 001- 0702- 457. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 17, 355 23, 719 26, 054 3, 135- 22, 322 4, 532 22, 992 23. 681 24, 392 25, 124 EXPENDITURE 50, 329 66, 640 65, 688 952 55, 139 10, 549 56, 465 57, 824 59, 218 60, 646 PERSONNEL SERVICES 50, 329 66, 640 65. 688 952 55, 139 10, 549 56, 465 57, 824 59, 218 60, 646 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0702- 457. 02- 04 BLDG MAINTENANCE 4, 728 2, 850 3, 850 11000- 3, 350 500 3, 518 3, 500 3, 750 4, 000' 001- 0702- 457. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 5, 721 71519 6, 898 621 7, 143 245- 7, 500 7, 875 81111 8, 355 001- 0702- 457. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 765 765 0 765 0 765 765 775 775 001- 0702- 457. 02- 32 FREIGHT 6 SHIPPING 255 500 500 0 500 0 525 551 579 608 001- 0702- 457. 02- 44 UTILITIES 75, 547 102, 575 00, 441 22, 134 84, 056 3, 615- 86, 990 90, 043 93, 194 96, 456 001- 0702- 457. 02- 72 SHELL/ MALL MAINTENANCE 1, 899 1, 902 2, 020 38- 2, 121 101- 2, 227 2, 294 2, 363 2, 434 EXPENDITURE 80, 150 116, 191 94, 474 21, 717 97, 935 3, 461- 101, 533 105, 020 108, 772 112, 628 PURCHASED SERVICES 88, 150 116, 191 94, 474 21, 717 97, 935 3, 461- 101, 533 105, 028 108, 772 112, 628 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 001- 0702- 457. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 0 200 0 200 0 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0702- 457. 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 726 430 365 65 430 65- 500 500 500 500 001- 0702- 457. 04- 09 INSURANCE 8, 182 10, 000 10, 000 0 10, 500 500- 10, 710 10, 924 11, 143 11, 366 001- 0702- 457. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 200 200 0 200 0 250 250 250 250 001- 0702- 457. 04- 20 SIGNS 0 100 100 0 100 0 150 100 120 120 001- 0702- 457. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 2, 508 2, 335 2, 335 O 2, 315 0 2, 500 2, 500 3, 000 3, 060 001- 0702- 457. 04- 23 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 6, 048 6, 000 6, 150 150- 6, 350 200- 6, 541 6, 671 6, 805 6, 941 001- 0702- 457. 04- 27 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 235 475 375 100 425 50- 700 700 750 800 001- 0702- 457. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 60 200 200 0 200 0 300 300 350 350 001- 0702- 457. 04- 34 UNIFORMS O 350 350 0 35D 0 350 350 375 375 EXPENDITURE 17, 759 20, 290 20, 075 215 20, 890 015- 22, 201 22, 495 23, 493 23, 962 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 17, 759 20, 290 20. 075 215 20, 090 815- , 22, 201 22, 495 23, 493 23, 962 PARCEL C 156, 238 203, 121 180, 237 22, 884 173, 964 6, 273 180, 199 105, 347 191, 483 197, 236 EXPENDITURES 2, 308, 550 2, 620, 053 2, 533, 379 86, 674 2, 678, 647 145, 260- 2, 041, 550 2, 932, 464 3, 026, 051 3, 125, 528 TRANSPORTATION 2, 300, 550 2. 620, 053 2, 533, 379 86, 674 2, 678, 647 145, 268- 2, 841, 550 2, 932, 464 3, 026, 051 3, 125, 528 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 26 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "" VARIANCE""+ BUDGET - VARIANCE... BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ROAD EXPENDITURES STREET MARKING/ SIGNS PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0704- 474. 01- 01 PAYROLL 19, 710 16, 161 18, 347 2, 186- 16, 483 1, 864 16, 813 17, 149 17, 492 19, 842 001- 0704- 474. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 206 1, 500 1, 500 0 1, 545 45- 1, 591 1, 639 1, 680 1, 739 001- 0704- 474. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 10. 118 9, 955 8, 292 1, 663 9, 963 1, 671- 10, 461 10, 904 11, 533 12, 110 EXPENDITURE 30, 034 27, 616 28, 139 523- 27, 991 148 28, 065 29, 172 30, 713 31, 691 PERSONNEL SERVICES 30, 034 27, 616 20, 139 523- 27, 991 148 28, 865 29, 772 30, 713 31, 691 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0704- 474. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 26, 509 27, 000 31, 000 4, 000- 32, 500 1, 500- 33, 475 34, 479 35, 514 36, 579 EXPENDITURE 20, 509 27, 000 31, 000 4, 000- 32, 500 1, 500- 33, 475 34, 479 35, 514 36, 579 PURCHASED SERVICES 28, 509 27, 000 31, 000 4, 000- 32, 500 1, 500- 33, 475 34, 479 35, 514 36, 579 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 001- 0704- 474. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 420 400 550 150- 600 50- 600 600 600 600 001- 0704- 474. 04- 20 SIGNS- NEW 4, 790 4, 500 4, 800 300- 5, 200 400- 5, 200 5, 200 5, 200 5, 200 001- 0704- 474. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 3, 388 4, 500 4, 600 100- 4, 800 200- 4, 000 4, 800 4, 000 4, 600 001- 0704- 474. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 1, 117 1, 000 1, 250 250- 11300 50- 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 001- 0704- 474. 04- 42 SIGNS- REPLACEMENT 4, 965 4, 350 5, 500 11150- 6, 500 1, 000- 6, 500 6, 500 6, 500 6, 500 001- 0704- 474. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 60- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 14, 620 14, 750 16, 700 1, 950- 18, 400 1, 700- 18, 400 18, 400 18, 400 18, 400 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 14, 620 14, 750 16, 700 1, 950- 18, 400 1, 700- 18, 400 18, 400 18. 400 10, 400 STREET MARKING/ SIGNS 73, 163 69, 366 75, 839 6, 473- 78, 891 3, 052- 80, 740 82, 651 84, 627 86, 670 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 27 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ""` VARIANCE+++ BUDGET "` VARIANCE+"` BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET SNOW REMOVAL PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0704- 475. 01- 01 PAYROLL 03, 088 120, 072 118, 026 2, 046 121, 975 3, 949- 124, 415 126, 903 129, 441 133, 324 001- 0704- 475. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 26, 605 23, 310 28, 733 5, 423- 29, 595 862- 30, 483 31, 39B 32, 340 33, 310 001- 0704- 475. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 60, 608 73, 660 66, 495 7, 173 74, 927 8, 432- 78, 673 02, 607 86, 737 91, 074 001- 0704- 475. 01- 10 TRAINING 615 11100 11500 400- 1, 600 100- 1, 600 1, 600 11600 1, 600 001- 0704- 475. 01- 12 TRAVEL 2, 708 3, 700 4, 000 300- 4, 200 200- 4, 326 4, 456 4, 589 4, 727 EXPENDITURE 174, 424 221, 850 218, 754 3, 096 232, 297 13, 543- 239, 497 246, 964 254, 707 264, 035 PERSONNEL SERVICES 174, 424 221, 850 210, 754 3, 096 232, 297 13, 543- 239, 497 246, 964 254, 707 264, 035 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0704- 475. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 34, 227 26, 759 34, 540 7, 781- 36, 643 2, 103- 37, 743 38, 875 40, 041 41, 243 001- 0704- 475. 02- 15 CONTRACT SVC- SMELT RD 20, 348 20, 500 29, 500 1, 000- 29, 500 0 31, 350 32, 291 33, 259 34, 257 001- 0704- 475. 02- 45 UTILITIES- SMELT RD 412, 665 453, 704 425, 045 28, 659 460, 100 35, 055- 541, 624 560, 501 580, 201 600, 500 001- 0704- 475. 02- 72 SHELL MALL MAINTENANCE 0 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 11030 1, 061 1, 093 1, 126 001- 0704- 475. 02- 73 SNOWMELT ROAD RECEIVABLE 102, 467- 135, 046- 105, 541- 29, 505- 109, 763- 4, 222 113, 056- 116, 448- 119, 941- 123, 539- v EXPENDITURE 364, 773 374, 917 384, 544 9, 627- 417, 480 32, 936- 498, 691 516, 360 534, 653 553, 595 t PURCHASED SERVICES 364, 773 374, 917 384, 544 9, 627- 417, 480 32, 936- 498, 691 516, 360 534, 653 553, 595 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 001- 0704- 475. 04- 03 SANDING MATERIAL 26, 726 30, 352 31, 180 828- 33, 206 2, 026- 34, 202 35, 228 36, 205 37, 374 001- 0704- 475. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 319 325 400 75- 425 25- 425 425 425 425 001- 0704- 475. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 94 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0704- 475. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 812 550 600 50- 625 25- 625 625 625 625 001- 0704- 475. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 3, 342 3, 300 3, 900 600- 4, 000 100- 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 001- 0704- 475. 04- 47 SAFETY/ FIRST AID 2, 564 3, 500 4, 000 500- 4, 120 120- 4, 120 4, 120 4, 120 4, 120 EXPENDITURE 33, 857 38, 127 40, 180 2, 053- 42, 476 2, 296- 43, 472 44, 498 45, 555 46, 644 v OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 33, 857 38. 127 40, 180 2, 053- 42, 476 2, 296- 43, 472 44, 498 45, 555 46, 644 SNOW REMOVAL 573, 054 634, 894 643, 470 8, 584- 692, 253 40, 775- 781, 660 807, 822 034, 915 864, 274 PREPARED 09/ 2]/ 0], 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 28 PROGRAM GMG01L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2009 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET - VAR IANCE"' BUDGET - VARIANCE+++ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET VEHICLE/ EQUIPMENT MNTN PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0704- 477. 01- 01 PAYROLL 25, 085 35, 697 38, 259 2, 562- 36, 263 1, 996 22, 415 37, 728 38, 483 39, 252 001- 0704- 477. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 21252 1, 000 1, 100 100- 11030 70 1, 030 1, 030 11030 1, 030 001- 0704- 4]]. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 11, 723 21, 901 21, 409 412 21, 762 273- 22, 850 23, 993 25, 192 26, 452 EXPENDITURE 39, 060 50, 598 60, 848 2, 250- 59, 055 1, 793 46, 295 62, 751 64, 705 66, 734 PERSONNEL SERVICES 39, 060 58, 598 60, 848 2, 250- 59, 055 1, 793 46, 295 62, 751 64, 705 66, 734 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0] 04- 4]7. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 0 500 600 100- 625 25- 625 625 625 625 001- 0] 04- 47]. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 125 500 500 0 500 0 515 530 546 563 001- 0704- 477. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 548 625 800 175- 825 25- 825 825 025 825 001- 0704- 477. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 6, 380 500 1, 500 1, 000- 11000 500 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 EXPENDITURE 7, 053 2, 125 3, 400 1, 275- 2, 950 450 2, 965 2, 980 2, 996 3, 013 PURCHASED SERVICES 7, 053 2, 125 3, 400 1, 275- 2, 950 450 2, 965 2, 980 2, 996 3, 013 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 001- 0704- 477. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 193 200 225 25- 250 25- 250 250 250 250 001- 0] 04- 4]7. 04- 16 RADIOS 1, 350 800 1, 200 400- 1, 250 50- 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 001- 0704- 477. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 598 500 550 50- 575 25- 575 575 575 575 OG1- 0704- 477. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS I OIL 48, 265 54,] 05 46, 089 8, 616 46, 089 0 48, 393 50, 813 53, 354 56, 021 001- 0704- 477. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQUIPMENT 16, 494 17, 500 19, 900 2, 400- 20, 449 549- 20, 449 20, 449 20. 449 20, 449 001- 0704- 477. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 4, 323 7, 389 11, 643 4, 254- 12, 440 9]- 12, 813 13, 198 13, 594 14, 001 001- 0704- 477. 04- 38 VSHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 26, 863 25, 000 64, 000 39, 000- 28, 620 35, 380 29, 479 30, 363 31, 274 32, 212 EXPENDITURE 98, 036 106, 094 143, 607 37, 513- 109, 6]3 33, 934 113, 209 116, 898 120, 746 124, 758 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 98, 036 106, 094 143, 607 37, 513- 109, 673 33, 934 113, 209 116, 898 120, 746 124, 758 CAPITAL 001- 0704- 4]]. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 246, 998 0 0 0 68. 286 68, 286- 210, 633 229, 037 343, 981 359, 333 EXPENDITURE 246, 998 0 0 0 68, 286 68, 286- 210, 633 229, 037 343, 981 359, 333 CAPITAL 246, 998 0 0 0 68, 286 68, 286- 210, 633 229, 037 343, 981 359, 333 VEHICLE/ EQUIPMENT MNTN 391, 14] 166, 817 20], 855 41, 038- 239, 964 32, 109- 373, 102 411, 666 532, 428 553, 838 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 29 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERI00 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT OESCRI PTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE""' BUDGET ""` VARIANCE`^ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET STREET MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0704- 47B. 01- 01 PAYROLL 111, 667 136, 298 129, 249 7, 049 130, 459 9, 210- 141, 228 144, 053 146, 934 149, 872 001- 0704- 478. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 20, 446 6, 815 21, 673 14, 858- 22, 323 650- 22, 993 23, 682 24, 393 25, 125 001- 0704- 478. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 71, 264 83, 623 70, 555 13, 068 84, 307 13, 752- 88, 522 92, 948 97, 596 102, 476 001- 0704- 478. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 1, 255 1, 100 1, 650 550- 1, 700 50- 1, 100 11100 1, 100 1, 100 001- 0704- 478. 01- 12 TRAVEL 3, 556 1, 200 11800 600- 1, 200 600 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 EXPENDITURE 208, 108 229, 036 224, 927 4, 109 247, 989 23, 062- 255, 043 262, 983 271, 223 279, 771 PERSONNEL SERVICES 208, 188 229, 036 224, 927 4, 109 247, 989 23, 062- 255, 043 262, 983 271, 223 279, 773 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0704- 470. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 2, 466 4, 900 10, 000 5, 100- 11, 0D0 1, 000- 11, 330 11, 670 12, 020 12, 381 001- 0704- 478. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 11990 2, 100 2, 100 0 2, 100 0 2, 163 2, 220 2, 295 2, 364 001- 0704- 478. 02- 44 UTILITIES 3, 126 5, 000 5, 000 0 5, 150 150- 5, 305 5, 464 5, 628 5, 796 EXPENDITURE 7, 582 12, 000 17, 100 5, 100- 18, 250 11150- 1B, 798 19, 362 19, 943 20, 541 PURCHASED SERVICES 7, 582 12, 000 17, 100 5, 100- 18, 250 1, 150- 18, 798 19, 362 19, 943 20, 541 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0704- 478. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 2, 211 90D 900 0 1, 200 300- 1, 236 1, 273 1, 311 1, 351 001- 0704- 470. 04- 13 PAVING/ RAW MATERIALS 13, 157 12, 500 15, 300 2, 800- 16, 000 700- 16, 480 16, 974 17, 484 18, 008 001- 0704- 478. 04- 14 ROAD MATERIAL TRASH 1, 927 5, 500 5, 500 0 5, 500 0 5, 665 5, 833 6, 010 6, 190 001- 0704- 478. 04- 27 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 779 1, 000 1, 400 400- 1, 500 100- 1, 545 1, 591 1, 639 1, 608 001- 0704- 478. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 230 650 700 50- 700 0 721 743 765 788 001- 0704- 478. 04- 44 SUPPLIES- STREET LIGHTS 2, 136 2, 200 4, 000 1, 800- 2, 600 1, 400 2, 678 2, 758 2, 841 2, 926 EXPENDITURE 20, 440 22, 750 27, 800 5, 050- 27, 500 300 28, 325 29, 174 30, 050 30, 951 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 20, 440 22, 750 27, 800 5, 050- 27, 500 300 28, 325 29, 174 30, 050 30, 951 CAPITAL 001- 0704- 478. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 0 0 11800 1, 000- 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 0 0 1, 800 1, 000- 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 0 0 0 0 1, 800 11800- 0 0 0 0 STREET MAINTENANCE 236, 210 263, 786 269, 027 6, 041- 295, 539 25, 712- 302, 166 311, 519 321, 216 331, 265 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 30 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ++" VARIANCE- BUDGET - VARIANCE- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET COMMUNITY SERVICE PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0704- 479. 01- 01 PAYROLL 11, 774 16, 226 14, 858 1, 368 16, 483 1, 625- 16, 013 17, 149 17, 492 17, 842 001- 0704- 479. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 425 1, 600 1, 600 0 1, 640 4B- 1, 697 1, 748 1, 801 1, 855 001- 0704- 479. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 6, 316 9, 955 7, 969 1, 986 9, 969 2, 000- 10, 407 10, 991 11, 540 12, 117 EXPENDITURE 19, 515 27, 781 24, 427 3, 354 28, 100 3, 673- 28, 917 29, 888 30, 831 31, 814 PERSONNEL SERVICES 19, 515 27, 781 24, 427 3, 354 20, 100 3, 673- 28, 917 29, 888 30, 833 31, 814 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 001- 0704- 479. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 691 450 500 50- 525 25- 525 525 525 525 EXPENDITURE 691 450 500 50- 525 25- 525 525 525 525 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 691 450 500 50- 525 25- 525 525 525 525 COMMUNITY SERVICE 20, 206 28, 231 24, 927 3, 304 28, 625 3, 698- 29, 442 30, 413 31, 358 32, 339 EXPENDITURES 1, 293, 780 1, 163, 094 1, 221, 926 58, 032- 1, 335, 272 113, 346- 1, 567, 110 1, 644, 071 1, 804, 544 1, 868, 386 re++ ROAD 1, 293, 780 1, 163, 094 1, 221, 926 58, 832- 1, 335, 272 113, 346- 1, 567, 110 1, 644, 071 1, 804, 544 1, 868, 386 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 31 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET "' VARIANCE"" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET SOLID WASTE EXPENDITURES TRASH PICKUP PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0705- 405. 01- 01 PAYROLL 166, 861 157, 253 162, 510 5, 257- 165, 002 2, 572- 168, 384 171, 751 175, 186 178, 690 001- 0705- 405. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 17, 461 16, 546 18, 859. 2, 313- 20, 008 1, 149- 20, 408 20, 816 21, 233 21, 657 001- 0705- 485. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 66, 401 74, 585 71, 932 2, 653 82, 822 10, 090- 85, 307 87, 866 90, 502 93, 217 001- 0705- 485. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 0 200 200- 0 200 200 0 200 0 001- 0705- 485. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 0 100 100- 0 100 100 0 100 0 EXPENDITURE 250, 723 240, 384 253, 601 5, 217- 267, 912 14, 311- 274, 399 280, 433 287, 221 293, 564 PERSONNEL SERVICES 250, 723 248, 304 253, 601 5, 217- 267, 912 14, 311- 274, 399 280, 433 287, 221 293, 564 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0705- 485. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 11056 4, 500 4, 500 0 4, 500 0 4, 500 4, 500 4, 500 4, 500 001- 0705- 485. 02- 22 DUMP FEES 103, 162 100, 000 112, 500 12, 500- 135, 000 22, 500- 135, 000 135, 000 135, 000 135, 000 001- 0705- 405. 02- 23 DUMP FEES/ TIRES 2, 486 2, 500 2, 500 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 001- 0705- 485. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 400 475 475 0 475 0 480 485 489 494 EXPENDITURE 107, 104 107, 475 119, 975 12, 500- 142, 475 22, 500- 142, 480 142, 485 142, 489 142, 494 PURCHASED SERVICES 107, 104 107, 475 119, 975 12, 500- 142, 475 22, 500- 142, 480 142, 485 142, 489 142, 494 OPERATING fi MAINTENANCE 001- 0705- 485. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRIP 156 160 160 0 160 0 160 160 160 160 001- 0705- 485. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 790 400 400 0 500 100- 500 500 500 500 00I- 0705- 485. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 11090 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 500 500- 11500 1, 500 11500 1, 50C 001- 0705- 485. 04- 20 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 0 570 570 0 S70 0 570 570 570 570 001- 0705- 485. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 559 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 001- 0705- 485. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 2, 944 3, 000 3, 000 0 3, 000 0 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 001- 0705- 485. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 6- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 5, 541 B, I30 6, 130 0 6, 730 600- 6, 730 6, 730 6, 730 6, 730 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 5, 541 6, 130 61130 0 6, 730 600- 6, 730 6, 730 6, 730 6, 730 CAPITAL O01- 0705- 485. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 21500 2, 500 0 4, 000 1, 500- 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 EXPENDITURE 0 2, 500 2, 500 0 4, 000 1, 500- 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 CAPITAL 0 2, 500 2, 500 0 4, DOD 1, 500- 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 TRASH PICKUP 363, 368 364, 489 382, 206 17, 717- 421, 117 38, 911- 426, 109 432, 148 438, 940 445, 208 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 32 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERI00 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET """ VARIANCE""" BUDGET ""* VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET VEHICLE MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0705- 486. 01- 01 PAYROLL 7, 972 12, 750 10, 272 2, 478 11, 005 733- 11, 225 11, 450 11, 679 11, 912 001- 0705- 486. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 650 1, 034 1, 435 401- 11556 121- 1, 587 1, 619 1, 651 1, 684 001- 0705- 486. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 3, 802 6, 047 4, 099 1, 140 5, 535 636- 5, 701 5, 872 6, 048 6, 229 EXPENDITURE 12, 424 19, 831 16, 606 3, 225 18, 096 1, 490- 18, 513 18, 941 19, 378 19, 825 PERSONNEL SERVICES 12, 424 19, 831 16, 606 3, 225 18, 096 1, 490- 18, 513 16, 941 19, 378 19, 025 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0705- 486. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 EXPENDITURE 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 PURCHASED SERVICES 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 OPERATING fi MAINTENANCE 001- 0705- 486. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 25, 897 31, 867 27, 757 4, 110 27, 757 0 29, 145 30, 602 32, 132 33, 739 001- 0705- 486. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQUIPMENT 0 300 300 0 300 0 300 300 300 300 001- 0705- 486. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 11815 2, 224 11989 235 2, 297 308- 2, 356 2, 426 2, 499 2, 574 001- 0705- 486. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 9, 136 10, 000 10, 000 0 10, 000 0 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 EXPENDITURE 36, 848 44, 391 40, 046 4, 345 40, 354 300- 41, 801 43, 328 44, 931 46, 613 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 36, 848 44, 391 40, 046 4, 345 40, 354 308- 41, 801 43, 328 44, 931 46, 613 CAPITAL 001- 0705- 486. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 127, 262 127, 262 0 0 127, 262 137, 182 165, 550 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 127, 262 127, 262 0 0 127, 262 137, 102 165, 550 0 0 CAPITAL 0 127, 262 127, 262 0 0 127, 262 137, 182 165, 550 0 0 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 49, 272 191, 584 104, 014 7, 570 58, 550 125, 464 197, 596 227, 919 64, 409 66, 538 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 33 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET TM` VAR IANCE+++ BUDGET +'+ VARIANCE'+' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET RECYCLING PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0705- 408. 01- 01 PAYROLL 27, 416 29, 751 25, 367 4, 384 24, 212 1, 155 24, 696 25, 190 25, 694 26, 209 001- 0705- 408. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 763 2, 096 3, 112 216- 3, 112 0 3, 174 3. 238 3, 302 3, 369 001- 0705- 408. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 15, 000 14, 111 14, 033 78 12, 158 1, 075 12, 523 12, 899 13, 206 13, 685 EXPENDITURE 44, 259 46, 758 42, 512 4, 246 39, 482 3, 030 40, 393 41, 327 42, 282 43, 262 PERSONNEL SERVICES 44, 259 46, 750 42, 512 4, 246 39, 482 3, 030 40, 393 41, 327 42, 282 43, 262 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 001- 0705- 488. 04- 77 RECYCLING EDUCATION 0 1, 000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 EXPENDITURE 0 1, 000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 0 1, 000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 CAPITAL 001- 0705- 488. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 201 1, 000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 EXPENDITURE 201 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1. 000 1, 000 CAPITAL 201 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 RECYCLING 44, 460 48, 758 44, 512 4, 246 41, 482 31030 42, 393 43, 327 44, 282 45, 262 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WOR KSHEET PAGE 34 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET '++ VARIANCE'++ BUDGET "+ VARIANCE+++ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ROLLDFF PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0705- 489. 01- 01 PAYROLL 16, 444 12, 750 19, 595 6, 845- 19, 809 214- 20, 205 20, 609 21, 021 21, 442 001- 0705- 489. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 34 201 333 132- 889 556- 907 925 943 962 001- 0705- 489. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 4, 455 6, 047 7, 450 1, 403- 9, 849 2, 399- 10, 144 10, 448 10, 761 11, 084 EXPENDITURE 20, 933 18, 998 27, 370 8, 380- 30, 547 3, 169- 31, 256 31, 982 32, 725 33, 488 PERSONNEL SERVICES 20, 933 18, 990 27, 378 8, 380- 30, 547 3, 169- 31, 256 32, 982 32, 225 33, 488 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0705- 489. 02- 16 CONFERENCE CENTER 6, 700 7, 500 0, 437 937- 9, 375 938- 9, 375 9, 375 9, 375 9, 375 001- 0705- 489. 02- 17 PARCEL C 8, 522 9, 500 10, 687 1, 107- 11, 875 1, 188- 11, 875 11, 875 11, 875 11, 875 001- 0705- 489. 02- 18 TIMBERMILL 3, 346 3, 000 1, 375 375- 3, 750 375- 3, 750 3, 750 3, 750 3, 750 001- 0705- 489. 02- 21 MISCELLANEOUS ROLLS 14, 221 5, 000 5, 625 625- 6, 250 625- 6, 250 6, 250 6, 250 6, 250 001- 0705- 489. 02- 65 SILVERTREE 7, 978 8, 3G0 9, 337 1, 037- 10, 375 1, 030- 10, 375 10, 375 10, 375 10, 375 001- 0705- 489. 02- 66 SNOWMASS CLUB 5, 128 5, 500 6, 107 687- 6, 875 680- 6, 875 6, 075 6, 875 6, 875 001- 0705- 409. 02- 67 ASPEN SKIING COMPANY 0, 885 9, 000 10, 125 1, 125- 11, 250 1, 125- 11, 250 11, 250 11, 250 11, 250 001- 0705- 489. 02- 68 CRESTWOOD 3, 867 5, 500 6, 187 607- 6, 875 688- 6, 875 6, 875 6, 875 6, 875 EXPENDITURE 58, 647 53, 100 59, 960 61660- 66, 625 6, 665- 66, 625 66, 625 66, 625 66, 625 PURCHASED SERVICES 58, 647 53, 300 59, 960 6, 660- 66, 625 6, 665- 66, 625 66, 625 66, 625 66, 625 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 001- 0705- 489. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0705- 489. 04- 23 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 0 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 EXPENDITURE 0 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 0 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 ROLLDFF 79, 580 72, 698 07, 738 15, 040- 97, 572 9, 034- 98, 281 99, 007 99, 750 100, 513 EXPENDITURES 536, 680 677, 529 698, 470 20, 941- 618, 721 79, 749 764, 379 802, 401 647, 381 657, 601 SOLID WASTE 536, 680 677, 529 698, 470 20, 941- 618, 721 79, 749 764, 379 802, 401 647, 381 657, 601 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 35 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE- BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET SHOP EXPENDITURES FLEET MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0706- 491. 01- 01 PAYROLL 41, 593 40, 720 42, 142 1, 422- 45, 008 2, 866- 45, 908 46, 826 47, 762 48, 710 001- 0706- 491. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 16 50 50 0 51 1- 52 53 54 55 001- 0706- 491. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 12, 436 17, 930 15, 610 2, 320 19, 187 3, 577- 19, 763 20, 356 20, 967 21, 596 001- 0706- 491. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 400 586 586 0 603 17- 603 603 603 603 001- 0706- 491. 01- 12 TRAVEL 47 450 450 0 463 13- 463 463 463 463 EXPENDITURE 54, 492 59, 736 58, 838 898 65, 312 6, 474- 66, 789 68, 301 69, 049 71, 435 PERSONNEL SERVICES 54, 492 59, 736 58, 838 898 65, 312 6, 474- 66, 789 68, 301 69, 849 71, 435 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0706- 491. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 244 464 464 0 477 13- 477 477 477 477 001- 0706- 491. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 0 239 239 0 246 7- 246 246 246 246 001- 0706- 491. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIR 218 225 225 0 232 7- 232 232 232 232 EXPENDITURE 462 928 928 0 955 27- 955 955 955 955 PURCHASED SERVICES 462 928 920 0 955 27- 955 955 955 955 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0706- 491. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRIP 250 337 337 0 347 10- 347 347 347 347 001- 0706- 491. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 2 104 104 0 107 3- 107 107 107 107 001- 0706- 491. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 497 567 567 0 583 16- 595 607 619 632 EXPENDITURE 749 1, 008 1, 008 0 1, 037 29- 1, 049 1, 061 1, 073 1, 066 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 749 1, 000 1, 008 0 1, 037 29- 1, 049 1, 061 1, 073 1, 086 CAPITAL 001- 0706- 491. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 O 2, 200 2, 200- 0 2, 200 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 2, 200 2, 200- 0 2, 200 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 0 0 2, 200 2, 200- 0 2, 200 0 0 0 0 FLEET MANAGEMENT 55, 703 61, 672 62, 974 1, 302- 67, 304 4, 330- 68, 793 70, 337 71, 977 73, 476 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 36 PROGRAM GM6011, FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "•• VARIANCE•" BUDGET "- VARIANCE^• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET VEHICLE MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0706- 492. 01- 01 PAYROLL 220, 930 220, 568 224, 000 3, 432- 229, 100 5, 100- 233, 682 238, 355 243, 122 247, 985 001- 0706- 492. 01- 04 PAYROLL- WATER 6 SANITATN 2, 584- 3, 000- 6, 000- 3, 000 6, 000- 0 6, 000- 6, 000- 6, 000- 6, 000- 001- 0706- 492. 01- 05 PAYROLL- S' MASS WILDCAT 3, 521- 9, 000- 21000- 7, 000- 2, 000- 0 2, 000- 2, 000- 21000- 2, 000- 001- 0706- 492. 01- 06 PAYROLL- BILLED OUT 20, 290- 13, 500- 15, 000- 1, 500 15, 000- 0 15100D- 15, 000- 15, 000- 15, 000- 001- 0706- 492. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 8, 860 10, 162 12, 162 2, 000- 12, 405 243- 12, 653 12, 906 13, 165 13, 428 001- 0706- 492. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 85, 101 97, 118 97, 813 715- 113, 721 15, 888- 117, 133 120, 647 124, 266 127, 994 001- 0706- 492. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 1, 205 7, 275 1, 275 61 000 7, 493 6, 218- 7, 493 7, 493 7, 493 7, 493 001- 0706- 492. 01- 12 TRAVEL 1, 833 7, 337 3, 337 4, 000 7, 557 4, 220- 7, 557 7, 557 7, 557 7, 557 EXPENDITURE 291, 612 316, 960 115, 607 1, 353 347, 276 31, 669- 355, 518 363, 958 372, 603 381, 457 PERSONNEL SERVICES 291, 612 316, 960 315, 607 1, 353 347, 276 31, 669- 355, 518 363, 958 372, 603 381, 457 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0706- 492. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 1, 342 2, 060 2, 060 0 2, 922 862- 2, 900 3, 040 3, 101 31161 001- 0706- 492. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 920 1, 555 1, 555 0 11602 47- 1, 634 1, 667 1, 700 1, 734 001- 0706- 492. 02- 12 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 98 82 82 0 84 2- 84 B4 84 84 001- 0706- 492. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 184 174 174 0 179 5- 179 179 179 179 001- 0706- 492. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 0 174 174 0 179 5- 179 179 179 179 EXPENDITURE 2, 544 4, 045 4, 045 0 41966 921- 51056 5, 149 5, 243 5, 339 PURCHASED SERVICES 2, 544 4, 045 4, 045 0 4, 966 921- 5, 056 5, 149 5, 243 5, 339 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 001- 0006- 492. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 129 297 297 0 306 9- 306 306 306 306 001- 0706- 492. 04- 23 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 2, 444 2, 666 2, 666 0 2, 746 80- 2, 801 2, 857 2, 914 2, 972 001- 0706- 492. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 481 412 1, 012 600- 450 562 459 468 478 487 001- 0706- 492. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 5, 320 6, 138 6, 138 0 6, 322 184- 6, 448 6, 577 6, 709 6, 843 001- 0706- 492. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 4, 609 6, 145 6, 145 0 6, 329 184- 6, 456 6, 585 6, 717 6, 851 001- 0706- 492. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS s OIL 1, 737 2, 093 1, 841 252 1, 641 0 1, 933 2, 030 2, 131 2, 238 001- 0706- 492. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQUIPMENT 221 291 291 0 299 8- 305 312 318 324 001- 0706- 492. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 171 205 93 112 107 14- 109 111 114 116 001- 0706- 492. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 1, 833 500 500 0 1, 300 800- 530 1, 425 563 574 001- 0706- 492. 04- 45 SUPPLIES- VEHICLE HARDWARE 7, 317 7, 467 7, 800 333- 8, 034 234- 8, 195 8, 359 8, 526 8, 696 001- 0706- 492. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 97- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 24, 164 26, 214 26, 783 569- 27, 734 951- 27, 542 29, 030 28, 776 29, 407 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE 24, 164 26, 214 26, 703 569- 27, 734 951- 27, 542 29, 030 28, 776 29, 407 CAPITAL 001- 0706- 492. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 0 0 0 0 46, 143 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 0 0 0 0 46, 143 0 0 0 CAPITAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 46, 143 0 0 0 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 318, 320 347, 219 346, 435 704 379, 976 33, 541- 434, 259 399, 137 406, 622 416, 203 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 37 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET - VARIANCE"' BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUILDING R GROUNDS PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0706- 493. 01- 01 PAYROLL 66, 921 78, 047 09, 480 11, 433- 134, 298 44, 818- 136, 984 139, 724 142, 518 145, 369 001- 0706- 493. 01- 04 PAYROLL- ROAD DEPARTMENT 0 5, 850- 4, 875- 975- 4, 875- 0 4, 875- 4, 875- 4, 075- 4, 875- 001- 0706- 493. 01- 05 PAYROLL- LANDSCAPING 0 0 19, 546- 19, 546 23, 455- 3, 909 15, 000- 15, 000- 15, 000- 15, 000- 001- 0706- 493. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 403 562 11500 938- 2, 000 500- 2, 040 2, 081 2, 122 2, 165 001- 0706- 493. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 31, 101 34, 365 32, 073 2, 292 53, 794 21, 721- 55, 400 57, 070 58, 782 60, 546 001- 0706- 493. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 150 437 437 0 450 13- 464 470 492 507 001- 0706- 493. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 315 315 0 325 10- 334 344 355 365 EXPENDITURE 98, 735 107, 876 99, 384 8, 492 162, 537 63, 153- 175, 355 179, 022 184, 394 189, 077 PERSONNEL SERVICES 98, 735 107, 876 99, 384 8, 492 162, 537 63, 153- 175, 355 179, 022 184, 394 189, 077 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0706- 493. 02- 04 BUILDING- MAINTENANCE 17, 294 15, 512 18, 000 2, 480- 18, 540 540- 18, 911 19, 289 19, 675 20, 068 001- 0706- 493. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 6, 109 8, 742 9, 900 1, 150- 10, 197 297- 10, 401 10, 609 10, 821 11, 038 001- 0706- 493. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 2, 375 4, 244 4, 244 0 4, 371 127- 4, 458 4, 547 4, 638 4, 731 001- 0706- 493. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 486 538 400 138 360 40 367 375 382 390 001- D706- 49302- 44 UTILITIES 09, 887 102, 123 09, 887 12, 236 93, 482 3, 595- 96, 754 100, 141 103, 686 107, 273 EXPENDITURE 116, 151 131, 159 122, 431 8, 728 126, 950 4, 519- 130, 091 134, 961 139, 202 143, 500 PURCHASED SERVICES 116, 151 131, 159 122, 431 8, 728 126, 950 4, 519- 130, 891 134, 961 139, 202 143, 500 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0706- 493. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCR 200 219 219 0 225 6- 232 239 246 253 001- 0706- 493. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 191 191 0 197 6- 197 197 197 197 001- 0706- 493. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 11, 134 9, 240 10, 000 760- 10, 300 300- 10, 506 10, 716 10, 930 11, 149 001- 0706- 493. 04- 23 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 2, 907 3, 278 5, 000 1, 722- 71500 2, 500- 7, 650 7, 803 7, 959 8, 118 001- 0706- 493. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 809 662 662 0 682 20- 695 709 724 738 001- 0706- 493. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 677 656 11156 500- 1, 175 19- 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 001- 0706- 493. 04- 35 VEHICLE - CAB R OIL 40 736 449 207 449 0 471 495 520 546 001- 0706- 493. 04- 36 VEHICLE - EQUIPMENT 212 219 219 0 225 6- 230 234 239 244 001- 0706- 493. 04- 37 VEHICLE - INSURANCE 149 155 129 26 280 151- 200 280 280 280 001- 0706- 493. 04- 30 VEHICLE - PARTS 6 SUPPLIE 384 383 383 0 2, 000 1, 617- 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 EXPENDITURE 16, 592 15, 739 18, 408 2, 669- 23, 033 4, 625- 23, 461 23, 873 24, 295 24, 725 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 16, 592 15, 739 . 18, 408 2, 669- 23, 033 4, 625- 23, 461 23, 873 24, 295 24, 725 CAPITAL 001- 0706- 493. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 29, 000 291000- 11500 27, 500 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 29, 000 29, 000- 1, 500 27, 500 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 0 0 29, 000 29, 000- 1, 500 27, 500 0 0 0 0 BUILDING R GROUNDS 231, 478 254, 774 269, 223 14, 449- 314, 020 44, 797- 329, 707 338, 656 347, 091 357, 302 EXPENDITURES 605, 501 663, 665 678, 632 14, 967- 761, 300 82, 668- 832, 759 807, 110 026, 390 646, 981 SHOP 605, 501 663, 665 678. 632 14, 967- 761, 300 02, 668- 832, 759 807, 110 826, 390 B46, 991 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 38 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERI00 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET - VARIANCE"' BUDGET ^' VARIANCEII BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 39 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT OESCRI PTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET - VARIANCE- BUDGET "' VARIANCE+" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET PARKS AND TRAILS MAINTENC EXPENDITURES PARKS AND TRAILS PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0707- 494. 01- 06 PAYROLL- SEASONAL 191, 256 267, 451 192, 233 75, 218 243, 386 51, 153- 248, 254 253, 219 258, 283 263, 449 001- 0707- 494. 01- 08 PAYROLL - OVERTIME 5, 210 3, 407 3, 431 24- 3, 000 431 3, 060 3, 121 3, 184 3, 247 001- 0707- 494. 01- 09 PAYROLL - BENEFITS 87, 844 92, 300 72, 554 19, 746 81, 636 9, 082- 84, 085 86, 608 89, 206 91, 882 001- 0707- 494. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 1, 035 1, 500 2, 000 500- 1, 545 455 1, 591 1, 639 1, 600 1, 739 001- 0707- 494. 01- 12 TRAVEL 2, 160 2. 500 2, 500 0 2, 575 75- 2, 632 2, 732 2, 814 2, 890 EXPENDITURE 287, 505 367, 158 272, 718 94, 440 332, 142 59, 424- 339, 642 347, 319 355, 175 363, 215 PERSONNEL SERVICES 287, 505 367, 158 272, 710 94, 440 332, 142 59, 424- 339, 642 347, 319 355, 175 363, 215 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0707- 494. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 31, 472 15, 000 163, 240 148, 240- 134, 450 28, 790 139, 914 145, 391 145, B83 146, 389 001- 0707- 494. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 39 348 345 3 358 13- 369 380 392 403 001- 0707- 494. 02- 41 RADIO- REPAIRS 0 200 200 0 206 6- 212 219 225 232 001- 0707- 494. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 534 500 211 289 515 304- 530 546 563 580 001- 0707- 494. 02- 44 UTILITIES 3, 720 3, 291 3, 000 291 3, 390 390- 3, 491 3, 596 3, 704 3, 815 001- 0707- 494. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 0 493 500 7- 508 8- 523 539 555 572 001- 0707- 494. 02- 47 WEED CONTROL 29, 169 36, 000 36, 000 0 45, 000 9, 000- 46, 350 47, 741 49, 173 50, 640 001- 0707- 494. 02- 79 LEASED EQUIPMENT 0 500 500 0 515 15- 530 546 563 580 EXPENDITURE 64, 934 56, 332 203, 996 147, 664- 104, 942 19, 054 191, 919 198, 958 201, 058 203, 219 PURCHASED SERVICES 64, 934 56, 332 203, 996 147, 664- 184, 942 19, 054 191, 919 198, 958 201, 058 203, 219 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0707- 494. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 1, 635 1, 500 1, 500 0 1, 545 45- 1, 591 1, 639 1, 680 1, 739 001- 0707- 494. 04- 13 PAVING- RAW MATERIALS 0 0 53, 221 53, 221- 53, 500 279- 54, 000 54, 000 54, 000 54, 000 001- 0707- 494. 04- 15 PRINTING 71695 10, 000 10, 000 0 10, 300 300- 10, 609 10, 927 11, 255 11, 593 001- 0707- 494. 04- 27 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 57, 617 65, 000 65, 000 0 66, 950 1, 950- 68, 959 71, 027 73, 150 75, 353 001- 0707- 494. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 75 125 125 0 129 4- 133 137 141 145 001- 0707- 494. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 1, 528 2, 122 2, 122 0 2, 106 64- 2, 251 2, 319 2, 388 2, 460 001- 0707- 494. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 10, 575 14, 975 12, 853 2, 122 12, 653 0 13, 496 14, 171 14, 079 15, 623 001- 0707- 494. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 1, 742 2, 016 2, 016 0 2, 076 60- 2, 139 2, 203 2, 269 2, 337 001- 0707- 494. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS I SUPPLIES 3, 800 3, 478 3, 470 0 3, 502 104- 3, 690 3, 801 3, 915 4, 032 001- 0707- 494. 04- 39 VEHICLE- LABOR 12, 496 81195 81195 0 8, 441 246- 8, 694 8, 955 9, 224 9, 500 001- 0707- 494. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 27- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 97, 136 107, 411 150, 510 51, 099- 161, 562 3, 052- 165, 562 169, 179 172, 917 176, 782 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 97, 136 107, 411 158, 510 51, 099- 161, 562 3, 052- 165, 562 169, 179 172, 917 176, 782 CAPITAL OUTLAY 001- 0707- 494. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 54, 855 55, 458 21840 52, 618 31, 550 28, 710- 38, 158 68, 778 13, 660 4, 000 001- 0707- 494. 06- 02 TRAIL SIGNS 0 0 51000 51000- 5, 000 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 06- 03 BALLFIELO ENHANCEMENTS 0 0 0 0 20, 000 20, 000- 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 54, 855 55, 458 7, 840 47, 618 56, 550 40, 710- 38, 158 68, 778 13, 660 4, 000 CAPITAL OUTLAY 54, 055 55, 450 7, 840 47, 618 56, 550 48, 710- 38, 158 68, 778 13, 660 4, 000 PARKS AND TRAILS 504, 430 586, 359 643, 064 56, 705- 735, 196 92, 132- 735, 281 784, 234 742, 810 747, 216 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 40 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE'"" BUDGET ^' VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET EXPENDITURES 504, 430 506, 359 643, 064 56, 705- 735, 196 92, 132- 735, 201 784, 234 742, 010 747. 216 PREPARED 09/ 20/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 41 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2000 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +++ VARIANCE'^ BUDGET "' VARIANCE"+ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET EXPENDITURES RECREATION PROGRAM PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0707- 505. 01- 01 PAYROLL 0 0 0 0 43, 277 43, 277- 44, 579 45, 916 47, 293 48, 712 001- 0707- 505. 01- 08 PAYROLL - OVERTIME 0 0 0 0 555 555- 572 509 606 625 001- 0707- 505. 01- 09 PAYROLL - BENEFITS 0 0 0 0 17, 055 17, 855- 18, 391 10, 943 19, 511 20, 096 001- 0707- 505. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 0 0 0 500 500- 515 530 564 563 EXPENDITURE 0 0 0 0 62, 187 62, 107- 64, 057 65, 970 67, 974 69, 996 I-- ______________ ____________ ------------ ____________ ___________- PERSONNEL SERVICES 0 0 0 0 62, 187 62, 187- 64, 057 65, 978 67, 974 69, 996 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0107- 505. 02- 13 CONTRACT LABOR 0 2, 060 2, 000 60 2, 060 60- 2, 122 2, 185 2, 251 2, 319 001- 0707- 505. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 0 2, 060 2, 000 60 2, 060 60- 2, 122 2, 185 2, 251 2, 319 001- 0707- 505. 02- 15 CONTRACT SERVICE- NORDIC 56, 972 93, 579 0 93, 579 0 D 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 505. 02- 24 EQUIPMENT- LEASED 0 515 500 15 515 15- 530 546 563 590 001- 0707- 505. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 309 300 9 309 9- 318 320 338 340 001- 0707- 505. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 0 155 150 5 155 5- 159 164 169 174 EXPENDITURE 56, 972 98, 678 4, 950 93, 728 5, 099 149- 5, 251 5, 408 5, 572 5, 740 5++ PURCHASED SERVICES 56, 972 98, 678 4, 950 93, 720 5, 099 149- 251 5, 408 5, 572 5, 740 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0707- 505. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 0 515 5, 000 4, 405- 7, 725 2, 725- 7, 957 8, 195 8, 441 8, 695 001- 0707- 505. 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 0 1, 545 2, 000 455- 2, 060 60- 2, 122 2, 185 2, 251 2, 319 001- 0707- 505. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 309 500 191- 515 15- 530 546 563 580 001- 0707- 505. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 0 103 100 3 103 1- 106 109 113 116 001- 0707- 505. 04- 27 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 0 515 500 15 515 15- 530 546 563 580 001- 0707- 505. 04- 52 SUPPLIES- YOUTH PROGRAM 0 0 0 0 1, 545 1, 545- 1, 591 1, 639 1, 680 1, 739 001- 0707- 505. 04- 53 SUPPLIES- ADULT PROGRAMS 0 0 0 0 11030 1, 030- 1, 061 1, 093 1, 126 1, 159 001- 0707- 505. 04- 54 SUPPLIES- SPECIAL EVENTS 0 0 0 0 1, 061 1, 061- 1, 093 1, 126 1, 159 1, 194 EXPENDITURE 0 2, 987 8, 100 5, 113- 14, 554 6, 454- 14, 990 15, 439 15, 904 16, 302 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 0 2, 987 8, 100 5, 113- 14, 554 6, 454- 14, 990 15, 439 15, 904 16, 382 RECREATION PROGRAM 56, 972 101, 665 13, 050 08, 615 81, 840 68, 790- 84, 290 86, 825 89, 450 92, 118 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 01, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 42 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET - VARIANCE««« BUDGET ««« VARIANCE+*« BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET RODEO PROPERTY PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0707- 506. 02- 10 UTILITIES 1, 980 2, 060 2, 060 0 2, 122 62- 2, 122 2, 122 2, 122 2, 122 001- 0707- 506. 02- 14 CONTRACT SVC 994 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 2, 982 2, 060 2, 060 0 2, 122 62- 2, 122 2, 122 2, 122 2, 122 PURCHASED SERVICES 2, 982 2, 060 2, 060 0 2, 122 62- 2, 122 2, 122 2, 122 2, 122 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 001- 0707- 506. 04- 50 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE 0 5, 000 10, 500 5, 500- 5, 000 5, 500 51000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 001- 0707- 506. 04- 51 RODEO HOUSE MAINTENANCE 1, 653 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 1, 653 5, 000 10, 500 5, 500- 5, 000 5, 500 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 1, 653 5, 000 10, 500 5, 500- 51000 5, 500 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 RODEO PROPERTY 4, 635 7, 060 12, 560 5, 500- 7, 122 5, 438 7, 122 7, 122 7, 122 7, 122 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 43 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERI00 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE- BUDGET - VARIANCE... BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET POOL AND FITNESS CENTER PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0707- 507. 01- 01 PAYROLL 71, 002 242, 625 284, 454 41, 829- 330, 935 46, 401- 337, 554 344, 305 351, 191 358, 215 001- 0707- 507. 01- 08 PAYROLL - OVERTIME 270 5, 347 5, 347 0 5, 400 53- 5, 562 5, 729 5, 901 6, 078 001- 0707- 507. 01- 09 PAYROLL BENEFITS 34, 217 108, 142 109, 765 1, 623- 157, 700 47, 935- 162, 431 167, 304 172, 322 177, 493 001- 0707- 507. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 758 2, 060 2, 000 60 2, 122 122- 2, 185 2, 251 2, 319 2, 388 001- 0707- 507. 01- 12 TRAVEL 34 3, 090 3, 000 90 3, 183 183- 3, 278 3, 377 3, 478 3, 582 EXPENDITURE 106, 281 361, 264 404, 566 43, 302- 499, 340 94, 774- 511, 010 522, 966 535, 211 547, 756 PERSONNEL SERVICES 106, 281 361, 264 404, 566 43, 302- 499, 340 94, 774- 511, 010 522, 966 535, 211 547, 756 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0707- 507. 02- 08 CONSULTANT 0 2, 060 2, 000 60 2, 122 122- 2, 185 2, 251 2, 319 2, 388 001- 0707- 507. 02- 09 CONSULTANT- ENGINEER 0 1, 030 1, 000 30 11061 61- 1, 093 1, 126 1, 159 1, 194 001- 0707- 507. 02- 13 CONTRACT LABOR 679 0 27, 000 27, 000- 40, 000 13, 000- 41, 200 42, 436 43, 709 45, 020 001- 0707- 507. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICES 17, 918 27, 810 30, 000 2, 190- 28, 644 1, 356 29, 504 30, 389 31, 300 32, 239 001- 0707- 507. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 20 3, 090 2, 000 11090 3, 183 1, 183- 3, 183 3, 377 3, 478 3, 582 001- 0707- 507. 02- 32 FREIGHT 0 515 500 15 530 30- 546 563 580 597 001- 0707- 507. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 902 2, 060 2, 000 60 2, 122 122- 2, 1B5 2, 251 2, 319 2, 388 001- 0707- 507. 02- 44 UTILITIES 50, 095 109, 180 90, 000 19, 100 106, 000 16, 000- 109, 100 112, 455 115, 029 119, 304 001- 0707- 507. 02- 00 BANK FEES 1, 607 2, 575 2, 000 575 2, 060 60- 2, 122 2, 105 2, 251 2, 319 EXPENDITURE 71, 301 148, 320 156, 500 8, 180- 185, 722 29, 222- 191, 190 197, 033 202, 944 209, 031 PURCHASED SERVICES 71, 301 148, 320 156, 500 8, 180- 185, 722 29, 222- 191, 190 197, 033 202, 944 209, 031 OPERATING 4 MAINTENANCE 001- 0707- 507. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 8, 900 3, 090 3, 090 0 9, 500 6, 410- 9, 785 10, 079 10, 381 10, 692 001- 0707- 507. 04- 06 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS 6 SUBSCR 0 515 515 0 530 15- 546 563 580 557 001- 0707- 507. 04- 09 INSURANCE 9, 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 507. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 208 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OD1- 0707- 507. 04- 15 PRINTING 409 1, 090 2, 000 1, 090 3, 183 1, 183- 3, 278 3, 377 3, 478 3, 582 001- 0707- 507. 04- 22 SUPPLIES BUILDING 210 3, 090 3, 000 90 3, 090 90- 3, 183 3, 278 3, 377 3, 478 001- 0707- 507. 04- 23 SUPPLIES CLEANING 3, 334 2, 060 2, 000 60 2, 122 122- 2, 185 2, 251 2, 319 2, 388 001- 0707- 507. 04- 20 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 602 3, 605 3, 000 605 3, 090 90- 3, 183 3, 278 3, 377 3, 478 001- 0707- 507. 04- 32 SUPPLIES TOOLS 0 2, 060 2, 000 60 2, 122 122- 2, 185 2, 251 2, 319 2, 308 001- 0707- 507. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 536 2, 575 2, 500 75 2, 575 75- 2, 652 2, 732 2, 814 2, 898 001- 0707- 507. 04- 35 VEHICLE GAS fi OIL 205 755 405 350 405 0 425 446 469 492 001- 0707- 507. 04- 37 VEHICLE - INSURANCE 49 206 206 0 212 6- 219 225 232 239 001- 0707- 507. 04- 38 VEHICLE PARTS E SUPPLIES 99 206 206 0 212 6- 219 225 232 239 001- 0707- 507. 04- 39 VEHICLE LABOR 1, 306 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 507. 04- 40 SUPPLIES POOL 7, 273 40, 170 39, 000 1, 170 41, 375 2, 375- 42, 616 43, 895 45, 212 46, 560 001- 0707- 507. 04- 41 SUPPLIES FITNESS CENTER 5, 372 10, 300 7, 500 2, 800 5, 150 2, 350 5, 305 5, 464 5, 620 5, 796 001- 0707- 507. 04- 52 SUPPLIES YOUTH PROGRAM 0 2, 575 1, 500 1, 075 0 1, 500 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 507. 04- 53 SUPPLIES ADULT PROGRAM 0 2, 060 1, 000 1, 060 0 1, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 507. 04- 54 SUPPLIES SPECIAL EVENT 21 1, 030 500 530 0 500 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 507. 04- 55 SUPPLIES- CONCESSION 307 10, 300 7, 500 2, 000 10, 609 3, 109- 10, 927 11, 255 11, 593 11, 941 EXPENDITURE 38, 359 87, 607 75, 922 11, 765 84, 175 8, 253- 86, 708 89, 319 92, 011 94, 776 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 30, 359 87, 687 75, 922 11, 765 84, 175 0, 253- 86, 708 89, 319 92, 011 94, 776 CAPITAL PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 44 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET 111VARIANCE- BUDGET '^ VAR IANCE*'* BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 001- 0707- 507. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 115, 550 0 O 0 83, 000 83, ODD- 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 115, 550 0 0 0 03, 000 03, 000- 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 115, 550 0 0 0 83, 000 83, 000- 0 0 0 0 POOL AND FITNESS CENTER 331, 491 597, 271 636, 908 39, 717- 852, 237 215, 249- 708, 916 809, 318 830, 166 851, 563 EXPENDITURES 393, 098 705, 996 662, 598 43, 398 941, 199 270, 601- 880, 336 903, 265 926, 738 950, 003 PARKS AND TRAILS MAINTENC 897, 528 1, 292, 355 1, 305, 662 13, 307- 1, 676, 395 370, 733- 1, 615, 617 1, 687, 499 1, 669, 548 1, 690, 019 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 45 PROGRAM GM6011, FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ^' VAR IANCE` e« BUDGET '++ VARIANCE+'* BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ONE- TIME CAPITAL/ EXPENDIT EXPENDITURES ONE- TIME CAPITAL/ EXPENDIT PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0708- 510. 02- 08 CONSULTANT- FINANCE 0 15, 000 20, 000 5, 000- 0 20, 000 25, 000 0 30, 000 0 001- 0708- 510. 02- 31 COMMERCIAL CORE 51, 176 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 02- 15 CONSULTANT- TOWN COUNCIL 27, 260 0 15, 300 15, 300- 0 15, 300 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 02- 18 TOWN COUNCIL- FRANCHS NEGO 0 0 15, 000 15, 000- 0 15, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 02- 20 HISTORICAL PREPRVATION PS 0 40, 000 45, 000 5, 000- 0 45, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 02- 21 WESSITE REDESIGN 0 0 0 0 0 0 40, 000 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 02- 22 CONSULTANT- COMP PLAN 0 0 179, 000 179, 000- 100, 000 79, 000 O 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 02- 23 CONSULTANT- COMMNTY SURVEY 0 0 15, 000 15, 000- 0 15, 000 0 0 0 O EXPENDITURE 78, 436 55, 000 289, 300 234, 300- 100, 000 189, 300 65, 000 0 30, 000 0 PURCHASED SERVICES 78, 436 55, 000 259, 300 234, 300- 100, 000 189, 300 65, 000 0 30, 000 0 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0708- 510. 04- 42 SIGNS- REPLACEMENT 6, 686 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 6, 686 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 6, 686 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GRANTS 6 DONATIONS 001- 0708- 510. 05- 10 MARKETING FUND/ SUMMER CON 22, 000 22, 000 22, 000 0 22, 000 0 22, 000 22, 000 22, 000 22, 000 001- 0700- 510. 05- 13 CULTURAL ARTS 32, 000 33, 000 33, 000 0 33, 000 0 33, 000 33, 000 33, 000 33, 000 001- 07OB- 510. 05- 14 HEALTH I HUMAN SERVICES 82, 000 07, 000 07, 000 0 87, 000 0 87, 000 87, 000 87, 000 87, 000 EXPENDITURE 136, 000 142, 000 142, 000 0 142, 000 0 142, 000 142, 000 142, 000 142, 000 GRANTS A DONATIONS 136, 000 142, 000 142, 000 0 142, 000 0 142, 000 142, 000 142, 000 142, 000 CAPITAL OUTLAY OD1- 0708- 510. 06- 03 TRANS RADIO- PHONE MOUNTS 0 0 3, 500 1, 500- 0 3, 500 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 29 SALES/ LODGING TAX PROGRAM 0 0 50, 000 50, 000- 0 50, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0700- 510. 06- 31 FINANCE- HARDWARE/ SOFTWARE 0 15, 000 44, 252 29, 252- 0 44, 252 0 0 0 0 001- 0700- 510. 06- 33 ROAD - CHAINSAW 0 0 650 650- 0 650 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 35 ARTS BOARD- CASH PURCHASES 0 15, 000 0 15, 000 20, 000 20, 000- 5, 000 51000 5, 000 5, 000 001- 0708- 510. 06- 37 T. COUNCIL - TECH/ EFFC IM 42, 334 50, 000 50, 000 0 0 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 001- 0700- 510. 06- 46 BUS ROUTE MAPS- DIGITIZING 0 0 0 0 18, 000 18, 000- 0 0 0 0 001- 0700- 510. 06- 47 FARAWAY DUMPSTER SHED 188 100, 000 0 100, 000 50, 000 50, 000- 0 0 0 0 001- 0709- 510. 06- 51 CONCRETE WORK- OPRTNS FACL 120, 088 120, 000 0 120, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 56 ROAD- TRAILER 7, 304 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 070B- 510. 06- 55 ROAD- COMPACTION ROLLER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20, 000 0 4, 000 001- 0708- 510. 06- 59 ROAD- AIR COMPRESSOR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16, 000 001- 0708- 510. 06- 63 SHOP WASHBAY REPAIR 10, 271 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 64 ROAD- SKID STEER PLANER 16, 761 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 65 ROAD- MINI EXCAVATOR 0 0 0 0 0 0 53, 000 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 70 SHOP- DIAGNOSTIC LAPTOP 0 0 0 0 6, 000 _ 6, 000- 0 0 O 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 71 SHOP- BRAKE LATHE 10, 954 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 74 SHOP- CAR WASH RINSE WTR 14, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 75 OT WASH RECYCLING EQUIP 0 130, 000 130, 000 0 0 130, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 77 SHOP- TIRE MEZZANINE 0 27, 000 27, 474 474- 0 27, 474 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 46 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2002 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ""+ VARIANCE""' BUDGET "+ VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 001- 0708- 510. 06- 78 SHOP- TIRE BALANCER 0 D 0 O 11, 000 11, 000- 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 79 SHOP- TIRE MACHINE 0 0 0 0 0 0 12, 000 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 02 SHOP- NITROGEN GENERATOR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12, 000 001- 0708- 510. 06- 83 SHOP- MACHIN£ MILL/ LATHE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15, 000 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 86 ROAD- TRACTOR & MOWER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25, 500 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 89 WEB STREAMING SOFTWARE 21, 605 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 91 CROSSINGS # 28 0 17, 000 20, 310 3, 310- 13, 400 6, 910 0 9, 000 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 92 CCTH # 60 5, 666 1, 100 1, 100 0 500 600 3, 000 1, 500 7, 000 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 93 LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE 0 6, 500 9, 000 2, 500- 0 9, 000 6, 000 7, 500 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 94 POLICE- HAND TICKET MACHNE 0 12, 714 12, 714 0 0 12, 714 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 95 DITCH WORK 266, 580 0 35, 227 35, 227- 0 35, 227 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 96 COMM REL- MESSAGE BOARD 0 0 25, 000 25, 000- 0 25, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 90 ROAD DUMP BUCKET LOADER 0 0 0 0 0 0 14, 000 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 99 T. CLERK- ELECTION EQUIP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23, 000 EXPENDITURE 515, 751 494, 314 409, 227 85, 087 110, 900 290, 327 143, 000 93, 000 102, 500 110, 000 CAPITAL OUTLAY 515, 751 494, 314 409, 227 85, 087 118, 900 290, 327 143, 000 93, 00D 102, 500 110, 000 ONE- TIME CAPITAL/ EXPENDIT 716, 873 691, 114 840, 527 149, 213- 360, 900 479, 627 350, 000 235, 000 274, 500 252, 000 EXPENDITURES 736, 073 691, 314 840, 527 149, 213- 360, 900 479, 627 350, 000 235, 000 274, 500 252, 000 ONE- TIME CAPITAL/ EXPENDIT 736, 873 691, 314 840, 527 149, 213- 360, 900 479, 627 350, 000 235, 000 274, 500 252, 000 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 6, 583, 246 7, 224, 410 1, 508, 093 183, 675- 7, 668, 771 160, 678- 8, 214, 156 8, 356, 612 8, 501, 931 0, 707, 609 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 47 PROGBADI GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +•• VARIANCE+++ BUDGET +'+ VARIANCE+++ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS TRANSFER OUT 001- 0800- 496. 08- 22 TRANFER OUT- CAPITAL PROdC 595, 000 500, 000 818, 164 318, 164- 0 818, 164 0 O 0 0 EXPENDITURE 595, 000 500, 000 818, 164 310, 164- 0 010, 164 0 0 0 0 TRANSFER OUT 595, 000 500, 000 818, 164 318, 164- 0 018, 164 0 0 O 0 TRANSFERS 595, 000 500, 000 818, 164 318, 164- 0 818, 164 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 595, 000 500, 000 818, 164 318, 164- 0 818, 164 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS 595, 000 500, 000 818, 164 318, 164- 0 818, 164 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS 595, 000 500, 000 018, 164 318, 164- 0 818, 164 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 48 PROGRAM OM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET *** VARIANCE-* BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET OTHER EXPENDITURES OTHER EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES OTHER EXPENDITURES OTHER EXPENDITURES 001- 0900- 499. 09- 11 WRITE OFFS/ ACCTS DEC 9, 824 0 68, 000 68, 000- 0 68, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0900- 499. 09- 26 EMPLOYEE HSG RESRVE USED 2, 269 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0900- 499. 09- 49 TOWN HALL - FEE 0 0 350, 000 350, 000- 0 350, 000 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 12, 093 0 418, 000 410, 000- 0 410, 000 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENDITURES 12, 093 0 418, 000 418, 000- 0 410, 000 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENDITURES 12, 093 0 418, 000 418, 000- 0 418, 000 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 12, 093 0 418, 000 418, 000- 0 418, 000 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENDITURES 12, 093 0 418, 000 410, 000- 0 410, 000 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENDITURES 12, 093 0 418, 000 418, 000- 0 418, 000 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 15: 59 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 49 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ++• VARIANCE- BUDGET •«« VARIANCE+++ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUILDING DEPARTMENT BUILDING DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES BUILDING SERVICES PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 1000- 436. 01- 01 PAYROLL 195, 161 279, 283 273, 605 5, 678 282, 283 8, 678- 290, 751 299, 474 308, 458 317, 712 001- 1000- 436. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 4, 261 4, 000 4, 000 0 4, 000 0 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 001- 1000- 436. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 59, 315 85, 776 82, 020 3, 756 95, 740 13, 720- 98, 612 101, 571 104, 610 107, 756 001- 1000- 436. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 3, 488 4, 000 4, 000 0 4, 000 0 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 001- 1000- 436. 01- 12 TRAVEL 2, 941 2, 500 2, 50D 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 EXPENDITURE 265, 166 375, 559 366, 125 9, 434 388, 523 22, 390- 399, 063 411, 545 423, 576 435, 968 PERSONNEL SERVICES 265, 166 375, 559 366, 125 9, 434 388, 521 22, 398- 399, 063 411, 545 423, 576 435, 968 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 1000- 436. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 1, 640 1, 500 6, 500 5, 000- 6, 500 0 61500 6, 500 6, 500 6, 50E 001- 1000- 416. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 1000- 436. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 0 0 600 600- 600 0 600 600 600 600 001- 1000- 436. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 0 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 EXPENDITURE 1, 640 1, 760 7, 350 5, 590- 7, 350 0 7, 350 7, 350 7, 350 7, 350 PURCHASED SERVICES 1, 640 1, 760 7, 350 51590- 7, 350 0 7, 350 7, 350 7, 350 7, 350 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 001- 1000- 436. 04- 06 DUES MEMBERSHIPS SUBSCIPT 970 2, 250 2, 250 0 2, 250 0 2, 250 2, 250 2, 250 2, 250 001- 1000- 436. 04- 15 PRINTING 1, 616 1, 250 1, 250 0 1, 250 0 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 001- 1000- 436. 04- 10 REFERENCE LIBRARY 411 1, 250 1, 250 0 1, 250 0 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 001- 1000- 436. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 192 11500 1, 500 0 2, 000 500- 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 001- 1000- 436. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 0 0 500 500- 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 1000- 436. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 620 600 1, 005 405- 1, 005 0 1, 055 1, 108 1, 164 1, 222 001- 1000- 436. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 157 275 275 0 275 0 297 315 334 354 001- 1000- 436. 04- 30 VEHICLE- PARTS & SUPPLIES 31 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 001- 1000- 436. 04- 39 VEHICLE- TIRES 0 300 300 0 400 100- 400 400 400 400 001- 1000- 436. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 5- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 4, 992 7, 675 8, 580 905- 91180 600- 9, 252 9, 323 9, 398 9, 476 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 4, 992 7, 675 8, 580 905- 9, 180 600- 9, 252 9, 323 9, 398 9, 476 CAPITAL 001- 1ODO- 436. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 2, 000 2, 000- 0 2, 000 21, 000 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 2, 000 2, 000- 0 2, 000 21, 000 0 0 0 CAPITAL 0 0 2, 000 2, 000- 0 2, 000 21, 000 0 0 0 BUILDING SERVICES 271, 798 384, 994 384, 055 939 405, 053 20, 998- 437, 465 428, 210 440, 324 452, 794 EXPENDITURES 271, 998 384, 994 384, 055 939 405, 053 20, 998- 437, 465 428, 218 440, 324 452, 794 BUILDING DEPARTMENT 291, 798 384, 994 384, 055 939 405, 053 20, 998- 437, 465 428, 218 440, 324 452, 794 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE DEBT SERVICE FUND BUDGET SUMMARY 2006 2D07 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 2. 284. 58) $ 79, 929. 00 $ 422, 875. 90 $ 342, 946. 90 $ 23162. 90 ($ 399, 713. 00) $ 21, 433. 90 $ 2, 173. 90 $ 2, 173. 90 $ 2173. 90 REVENUES 2, 299, 917. 90 $ 1, 947, 867. 00 $ 1, 946, 760. 00 ($ 1, 10700) $ 2, 001, 756. 00 $ 54, 996. 00 $ 2, 002, 832. 00 $ 2, 040, 634. 00 $ 1, 583, 761. 00 $ 1, 122, 733. 00 EXPENDITURES ($ 1, 874, 757. 42) ($ 2, 004, 870. 00) ($ 2, 346, 473. 00) ($ 341, 603. 00) ($ 2, 003, 485. 00) $ 342, 988. 00 ($ 2, 022, 092. 00) ($ 2, 040, 634. 00) ($ 1, 583, 761. 00) ($ 1, 122, 733. 00) ENDING BALANCE $ 422, 875. 90 $ 22, 92600 $ 23, 162. 90 236. 90 $ 21, 433. 90 ($ 1, 729. 00) $ 2, 173. 90 $ 2, 173. 90 $ 2173. 90 $ 2, 173. 90 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 18: 55 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE- BUDGET "' VARINACE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET DEBT SERVICE FUND TAKES 003- 0000- 300. 01- 01 PROPERTY TAXES 1, 820, 746- 1, 944, 067- 1, 944, 309- 558- 2, 000. 456- 56, 147 2, 002, 408- 2, 040, 634- 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- REVENUE 1, 020, 746- 1, 944, BG7- 1, 944, 309- 558- 2. 000, 456- 56, 147 2, 002, 408- 2, 040, 634- 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- TAKES 1, 828, 746- 1, 944, 867- 1, 944, 309- 558- 2, 000, 456- 56, 147 2, 002, 408- 2, 040, 634- 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- MISCELLANEOUS 003- 0000- 300. 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 0 3, 000- 0 3, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 003- 0000- 300. 07- 55 INTEREST INCOME - BOND FN 3, 522- 0 2, 451- 2, 451 11300- 1, 151- 424- 0 0 0 REVENUE 3, 522- 3, 000- 2, 451- 549- 11300- 1, 151- 424- 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS 3, 522- 3, 000- 2, 451- 549- 11300- 1, 151- 424- 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 003- 0000- 300. 06- 23 TRANSFERS IN- CAP PROJECTS 467, 650- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 467, 650- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 467, 6$0- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUES 2, 299, 918- 1, 947, 867- 1, 946, 760- 1, 107- 2, 001, 756- 54, 996 2, 002, 032- 2, 040, 634- 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- REVENUES 2, 299, 918- 1, 947, 067- 1, 946, 760- 1, 107- 2, 001, 756- 54, 996 2, 002, 832- 2, 040, 634- 1, 503, 761- 1, 122, 733- DEBT SERVICE FUND 2, 299, 918- 1, 947, 067- 1, 946, 760- 1, 107- 2, 001, 756- 54, 996 2, 002, 832- 2, 040, 634- 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- DEBT SERVICE FUND 21299, 910- 1, 947, 867- 1, 946, 760- 1, 107- 2, 001, 756- 54, 996 2, 002, 832- 2, 040, 634- 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- DEBT SERVICE FUND 2, 299, 918- 1, 947, 867- 1, 946, 760- 1, 107- 2, 001, 756- 54, 996 2, 002, 832- 2, 040, 634- 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 18: 42 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET '"* VARIANCE*"" BUDGET """ VARIANCE- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET DEBT SERVICE FUND EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES DEBT SERVICE EXPENDITURES 003- 0000- 400. 30- 02 PRINCIPAL- OPS FACILITY 355, 000 390, 000 190, 000 0 415, 000 25, 000- 460, 000 495, 000 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 03 PRINCIPAL- ROAD BOND 20, 000 25, 000 25, 000 0 30, 000 5, 000- 30, 000 35, 000 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 10- 06 INTEREST- ROAD BOND 9, 940 8, 520 8, 52D 0 6, 745 1, 775 4, 615 2, 485 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 00 INTEREST- OPS FACILITY 111, 278 93, 528 93, 528 0 73, 638 19, 890 51, 332 26, 606 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 12 OPERATIONS FAC BANK FEES 900 11000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 1, 000 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 21 PRINCIPAL- DROSTE BONDS 285, 000 300, 000 300, 000 0 310, 000 10, 000- 330, 000 350, 000 370, 000 390, 000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 22 INTEREST- DROSTE BONDS 314, 924 300, 924 300, 924 0 284, 544 16, 300 267, 627 249, 611 231, 273 211, 583 003- 0000- 400. 30- 23 BANK FEES- DROSTE 300 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 24 PRINCIPAL RODEO BONDS 380, 000 395, 000 395, 000 0 410, 000 15, 000- 425, 000 445, 000 465, 000 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 25 INTEREST RODEO BONDS 111, 560 96, 748 96, 748 0 801158 16, 590 62, 118 42, 780 22, 088 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 26 BANK FEES RODEO BONDS 150 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 29 POOL BOND BANK FEES 150 1, 000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 30 PRINCIPAL- POOL BONDS 125, 000 135, 000 135, 000 0 140, 000 5, 000- 145, 000 155, 000 165, 000 170, 000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 31 INTEREST POOL BONDS 110, 000 103, 750 103, 750 0 97, 000 6, 750 90, 000 02, 750 75, 000 66, 750 003- 0000- 400. 30- 32 PRINCIPAL- REC CTR BONDS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100, 000 133, 000 003- 0000- 400. 10- 33 INTEREST- REC CTR BONDS 50, 467 151, 400 151, 400 0 151, 400 0 151, 400 151, 400 151, 400 146, 400 003- 0000- 400. 30- 34 BANK FEES- REC CTR BONDS 75 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 37 TOWN HALL BANK FEES 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 38 TRANSFER- TOWN HALL CAP 1 0 0 341, 603 341, 603- 0 341, 603 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 1, 874, 759 2, 004, 870 2, 346, 473 341, 603- 2, 003, 485 342, 900 2, 022, 092 2, 040, 634 1, 583. 761 1, 122, 733 DEBT SERVICE EXPENDITURES 1, 874, 759 2, 004, 870 2, 346, 473 341, 603- 2, 001, 485 342, 988 2, 022, 092 2, 040, 634 1, 583, 761 1, 122, 733 EXPENDITURES 1, 874, 759 2, 004, 870 2, 346, 473 341, 603- 2, 003, 485 342, 988 2, 022, 092 2, 040, 634 1, 583, 761 1, 122, 733 EXPENDITURES 1, 874, 759 2, 004, 070 2, 346, 473 341, 603- 2, 003, 485 342, 98B 2, 022, 092 2, 040, 634 1, 503, 761 1, 122, 733 DEBT SERVICE FUND 1, 874, 759 2, 004, 870 2, 346, 473 341, 603- 2, 003, 485 342, 988 2, 022, 092 2, 040, 634 1, 583, 761 1, 122, 733 DEBT SERVICE FUND 1, 074, 759 2, 004, 870 2, 346, 473 341, 601- 2, 003, 485 342, 988 2, 022, 092 2, 040, 634 1, 583, 761 1, 122, 733 DEBT SERVICE FUND 1, 074, 759 2, 004, 870 2, 346, 473 341, 601- 2, 003, 485 342, 988 2, 022, 092 2, 040, 634 1, SKI, 761 1, 122, 733 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE LOTTERY FUND 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 70, 425. 39 $ 98, 679. 92 $ 99, 52763 847. 71 $ 130, 021. 63 $ 30, 494. 00 $ 37, 124. 63 $ 65, 040. 63 $ 93, 793. 63 $ 123, 409. 63 REVENUES 29, 102. 24 $ 29, 102. 00 $ 30, 494. 00 $ 1, 392. 00 $ 2710300 ($ 339100) $ 27, 91600 $ 28753. 00 $ 29616. 00 $ 30505. 00 EXPENDITURES 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Trnfr- Cap Proj- Entryway 0. 00 ($ 120000. 00) 0. 00 $ 120, 000. 00 ($ 120000. 00) ($ 120000. 00) 0. 00 000 0. 00 aoo ENDING BALANCE 99, 527. 63 $ 7781. 92 $ 130, 021. 63 $ 122, 239. 71 $ 37, 124. 63 ($ 92, 897. 00) $ 65, 040. 63 $ 93, 793. 63 $ 123, 409. 63 $ 153, 914. 63 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 19: 27 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PACE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ^` VARIANCE- BUDGET "` VARIAACE"• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET LOTTERY FUND INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 005- 0000- 300, 02- 07 LOTTERY REVENUE 25, 029- 25, 352- 25, 352- 0 26, 111- 761 26, 897- 27, 703- 28, 535- 29, 391- REVENUE 25, 029- 25, 352- 25, 352- 0 26, 113- 761 26, 897- 27, 703- 28, 535- 29, 391- INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 25, 029- 25, 352- 25, 352- 0 26, 113- 761 26, 897- 27, 703- 28, 535- 29, 391- MISCELLANEOUS 005- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 4, 073- 3, 750- 5, 142- 1, 192 990- 4, 152- 1, 019- 1, 050- 1, 081- 1, 114- REVENUE 4, 073- 3, 750- 5, 142- 1, 392 990- 4, 152- 11019- 11050- 11081- 1, 114- MISCELLANEOUS 4, 073- 3, 750- 5, 142- 1, 392 990- 4, 152- 11019- 11050- 11081- 1, 114- REVENUES 29, 102- 29, 102- 30, 494- 1, 392 27, 103- 3, 391- 27, 916- 28, 753- 29, 616- 30, 505- REVENUES 29, 102- 29, 102- 30, 494- 1, 392 27, 103- 1, 391- 27, 916- 28, 753- 29, 616- 30, 505- LOTTERY FUND 29, 102- 29, 102- 30, 494- 1, 392 27, 103- 1, 391- 27, 916- 28, 753- 29, 616- 30, 505- LOTTERY FUND 29, 102- 29, 102- 30, 494- 1, 392 27, 103- 3, 391- 27, 916- 28, 753- 29, 616- 30, S05- LOTTERY FUND 29, 102- 29, 102- 30, 494- 1, 392 27, 103- 3, 391- 27, 916- 28, 753- 29, 616- 30, 505- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 19: 14 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET *** VARIANCE*** BUDGET *** VARIANCE*** BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET LOTTERY FUND EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES LOTTERY EXPENDITURES 005- 0000- 400. 45- 04 Tsnsfr- Cap Proj- Entryway 0 120, 000 0 120, 000 120, 000 120, 000- 0 O 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 120, 000 0 120, 000 120, 000 120, 000- 0 0 0 0 LOTTERY EXPENDITURES 0 120, 000 0 120, 000 120, 000 120, 000- 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 0 120, 000 0 120, 000 120, 000 120, 000- 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 0 120, 000 0 120, 000 120, 000 120, 000- 0 0 0 0 LOTTERY FUND 0 120, 000 0 120, 000 120, 000 120, 000- 0 0 0 0 LOTTERY FUND 0 120, 000 O 120, 000 120, 000 120, 000- 0 0 0 0 LOTTERY FUND 0 120, 000 0 120, 000 120, 000 120, 000- 0 0 0 0 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX BUDGET SUMMARY 2006 2007 2007 S 2008 S 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION Actual PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VAS PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 10, 764, 38500 $ 60", 76500 $ 7, 918, 02. 16 $ 1. 838, 717. 16 $ 6," 2, 569. 16 ($ 3875, 893. 00) $ 3, 722010. 16 $ 4, 762, 820. 16 $ 5, 715, 117. 16 $ 4. 845. 318. 46 Rcwe s 5, 311, 163. 37 $ 3, 2920W. 00 $ 6, 607, 67400 $ 3, 315, 67400 $ 4, 009, 280. 00 ($ 2, 598, 394. 00) $ 4, 009, 990. 00 $ 3, 967, 76600 $ 4, 086, 999. 00 $ 4,2", 03. 00 Eependitures 1, 60, 183. 21) ($ 3803, 359. 00) ($ 1872815. 00) ($ 69, 0600) ( 52, 00. 08 7W) ( 5175272 00) ( 53, 258. 964. 00) ($ 5457, 493. W) ($ 2, 568, 828. 00) ($ 2, 031, 603. 00) Transfer auf- Copital Prgjects FuM ($ 6 508, 883. 00) ($ 4, 805357. 00) ($ 6, 497, 752. 00) ($ 1, 692, 395. W) ($ 4, 281, Mw) $ 2, 215. 980, W ($ 867, 099. 00) ( 52, 295. 674. 00) ($ 3, 237. 10w) ($ 3". 478, M) T. Pall- LaMscaplrg 113, N0, 00) ( 5113, 000. 00) 113000. 00 Capital Protects O6 M 000 0. 00 50. 00 000 SO. W 0. 00 ($ 192, 175. 00) ( 539B." o,w) ($ 2", 753. 70) ($ 210, 89631) Base Village- Per FIA--- Revvrves 0.00 0W 0. 00 000 000 50, 00 51. 349, 06. 00 $ 1. 936. 658. 00 $ 1, 054, 128. 00 $ 1.01` 8. 836w Bose Village- Per FIA___ Er Mifures SO. W 0.00 0.00 0.00 O. W 0. 00 50. 00 50. 00 0. 00 0. 00 YEAR END CARRYOVER 7938, 02. 16 $ 2.7 63049. 00 $ 6," 2, 589. 16 53279, 540. 16 $ 3122, 010. 16 ($ 2, 320, 5N00) $ 4, 762, 820. 16 $ 5, 715. 117. 16 $ 4. 845, 31546 57, 493, 580. 15 A, rapniatlan from 2006 2007 2007 2W8 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year EM Camvavur Actual PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED C*" l E9ulp . Reserve 574, 46600 $ 56, 529. 00 $ 580, 529. 00 SON $ 782393. W $ 201, 86400 $ 782, 393. W $ 782, 393. 00 $ 782, 393. 00 $ 782, 393. 00 InterfurA Receimbk 669, 082. 58 5619, 082. 58 $ 619, 082. 58 O. W $ 569, 082. 58 ($ 50, OW. W) $ 519," 2. 58 $ 469, 082. 58 $ 419. 082. 58 $ 369, 082. 58 cantiyen< y 0.W f0. W $ 2, 0W, wOW $ 2. W0. 0wW $ 2,0 , MA W 50. W $ 2. M, WO00 $ 2, oW. WOW $ 2. D0, 5W. 00 $ 2, 0W. 0N 00 Funds Awftble 6, 674, 93355 $ 1,% 3/ 37.42 $ 2, 842, 977. 58 $ 12"." 0.16 $ 370, 534. 59 ($ 2472, 44d. W) $ 1461344. 58 $ 2, 46344158 $ 1, 643, 60. 88 $ 4, 3451". 57 Year EM APPeprktion 7, 91502. 16 $ 2, 763," 9. W $ 6," 2589. 16 $ 3.2"' Wr16 $ 3, 722, 01016 ( 52, 320, 579. W) $ 4. 762, 820. 16 $ 5, 715, 11. 36 $ 4, 845, 31846 S? 493, 580. 15 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 19: 56 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +^ VARIANCE' ll BUDGET "' VARINACE- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX TAXES 006- 0000- 300, 01- 09 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 4, 690, 540- 3, 000, 000- 6, 046, 000- 3, 046, 800 3, 584, 000- 2, 462, 800- 3, 574, 100- 3, 681, 323- 3, 791, 763- 3, 905, 516- REVENUE 4, 690, 540- 3, 000, 000- 6, 046, 000- 3, 046, 800 3, 584. 000- 2, 462, 800- 3, 574, 100- 3, 681, 323- 3, 791, 763- 3, 905, 516- TAXES 4, 690, 540- 3, 000, 000- 6, 046, 800- 3, 046, 800 3, 584, 000- 2, 462, 800- 3, 574, 100- 3, 681, 323- 3, 791, 763- 3, 905, 516- INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 006- 0000- 300, 02- 14 FTA- 5309 CAPITAL GRANT 153, 759- 157, 000- 147, 640- 9, 360- 155, 200- 7, 640 157, 790- 0 0 0 - REVENUE 153, 759- 157, 000- 147, 640- 9, 360- 155, 280- 7, 640 157, 790- 0 0 0 INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 153, 759- 157, 000- 147, 640- 9, 360- 155, 280- 7, 640 157, 790- 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS 006- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 466, 865- 135, 000- 413, 234- 278, 234 270, 000- 143, 234- 278, 100- 286, 443- 295, 036- 303, 887- REVENUE 466, 865- 135, 000- 413, 234- 278, 234 270, 000- 143, 234- 278, 100- 286, 443- 295, 036- 303, 887- MISCELLANEOUS 466, 865- 135, 000- 413, 234- 278, 234 270, 000- 143, 234- 278, 100- 286, 443- 295, 036- 303, 887- REVENUES 5, 311, 164- 3, 292, 000- 6, 607, 674- 3, 315, 674 4, 009, 280- 2, 590, 394- 4, 009, 990- 3. 967, 766- 4, 006, 799- 4, 209, 403- REVENUES 5, 311, 164- 3, 292, 000- 6, 607, 674- 3, 315, 674 4, 009, 280- 2, 598, 394- 4, 009, 990- 3, 967, 766- 4, 086, 799- 4, 209, 401- REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 5, 311, 164- 3, 292, 000- 6, 607, 674- 3, 315, 674 4, 009, 280- 2, 590, 394- 4, 009, 990- 3, 967, 766- 4, 086, 799- 4, 209, 403- REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 5, 311, 164- 3, 292, 000- 6, 607, 674- 3, 315, 674 4, 009, 280- 2, 590, 394- 4, 009, 990- 3, 967, 766- 4, 086, 799- 4, 209, 403- REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 5, 311, 164- 3, 292, 000- 6, 607, 674- 3, 315, 674 4, 009, 280- 2, 590, 394- 4, 009, 990- 3, 967, 766- 4, 086, 799- 4, 209, 403- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 19: 45 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2807 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET `*' VARIANCE"' BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES RETT EXPENDITURES 006- 0000- 400. 50- 04 TOWN HALL LANDSCAPING 0 0 0 0 10, 000 10, 000- 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 006- 0000- 400. 50- 09 BRU PER LANOSCPE 6 FENCE 521 4, 000 0 4, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 14 BUSES 6 EQUIPMENT 572, 963 619, 994 632, 759 12, 765- 583, 235 49, 524 11379, 558 770, 065 637, 397 409, 631 006- 0000- 400. 50- 37 BENEDICT PARK 1, 192 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 51 TRAIL SIGNS 0 51000 0 51000 0 0 D 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 56 CONTRACT SERVICE - LANDED 96, 150 105, 000 0 105, 000 0 0 O 0 0 0 006- 0080- 400. 50- 61 TRANSFER OUT- G.F--- TRANSP 0 0 0 0 0 0 237, 654 249, 537 262, 013 275, 114 006- 0000- 400. 50- 62 TRANSFER OUT- G.F--- DEEPER 509, 063 593, 419 655, 624 62, 205- 742, 318 06, 694- 742, 403 791, 356 749, 932 754, 338 006- 0000- 400. 50- 66 TRAIL PAVING 40, 000 50, 000 0 50, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 67 TRAILS- RAW MATERIALS 3, 724 3, 221 0 3, 221 0 D 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 73 FORESTRY 1, 755 10, 000 0 10, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 00 BIOLOGICAL WATER ASSESSES 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 D 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 89 TRANSPORTATION RESTRWMS O 0 D 0 15, 000 15, 000- 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 95 BUS GRAPHICS 2, 550 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 96 TRAFFIC COUNTERS 0 20, 000 0 20, 000 12, 000 12, 000- 0 0 0 0 006- 0800- 400. 50- 97 Tinsfer- CIP- Wood Rd 0 21000, 000 2, 000, 000 0 0 2, 000, 000 0 0 0 0 006- 8000- 400. 50- 90 Tranfr- CIP- Trails 52, 046 50, 000 50, 000 0 50, 000 0 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 006- 0000- 400. 50- 99 Trnsfr- CIP- Bus Stops 46, 144 100, 000 0 100, 000 0 0 0 0 125, 000 0 EXPENDITURE 1, 356, 108 3, 561, 634 3, 338, 383 223, 251 1, 412, 553 1, 925, 830 2, 419, 615 1, 870, 958 1, 834, 342 1, 499, 083 RETT EXPENDITURES 1, 356, 108 3, 561, 634 3, 338, 383 223, 251 1, 412, 553 1, 925, 830 2, 419, 615 1, 870, 95B 1, 834, 342 1, 499, 083 RETT EXPENDITURES 006- 0000- 400. 51- 01 Trnsfr- CIP- Entry Imp 6, 260, 074 2, 228, 250 4, 387, 650 2, 159, 400- 3, 810, 675 576, 975 100, 000 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 51- 03 TRANSF- G.F--- POOL/ REC CM 314, 264 371, 725 407, 924 36, 199- 627, 534 219, 610- 550, 553 556, 535 562, 189 567, 520 006- 0000- 400. 51- 04 Trnsfr- CIP- Bru Crk Landsp 81, 590 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 51- 06 Trnsfr- CIP- Highlne Rd Trl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 300, 000 006- 0000- 400. 51- 07 Trnfr- CIP- Bru Crk/ Owl Crk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2, 000, 000 0 006- 0000- 400. 51- 08 Trnfr- CIP- Transit Center 39, 029 427, 107 60, 102 367, 005 416, 097 355, 995- 717, 099 2, 245, 844 1, 062, 144 47, A70 006- 0000- 400. 51- 10 Traver- CIP- Mtn View Trail 0 0 0 0 5, 000 5, 000- 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 51- 50 BUS STOP MAINTENANCE 0 0 15, 000 15, 000- 81500 6, 500 0 5, 000 25, 000 15, 000 006- 0000- 400. 51- 52 TRANSFER- ROAD FUND/ ROADS 0 0 105, 500 105, 500- 0 105, 508 0 0 0 O EXPENDITURE 6, 694, 957 3, 027, 082 4, 976, 104 1, 949, 1W- 4, 667, 806 100, 378 1, 367, 652 2, 807, 379 3, 649, 333 929, 998 R2TT EXPENDITURES 6, 694, 937 3, 027, 082 4, 976, 184 1, 949, 102- 4, 067, 006 100, 378 1, 367, 652 2, 807, 379 3, 649, 333 929, 998 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 006- 0000- 400. 52- 01 BALLFIELD ENHANCEMENTS 0 20, 000 0 20, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 02 PARCEL ' C' - VIDEO SURVEIL 0 0 0 0 12, 000 12, 000- 0 D 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 03 TRANSPORTATION RIDGE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50, 000 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 07 BUS EXPANSION 0 0 0 0 0 0 303, 796 0 322, 297 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 09 BRUSH CREEK ROAD 28, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 10 Base Village- I.T. System 0 0 20, 000 20, 000- 0 20, 000 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 11 RODEO DEPOT/ RLOORING 0 0 17, 000 17, 000- 0 17, 000 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 19: 45 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2030 2011 2012 2006 2007 REV IS£ O 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE"' BUDGET "` VARIANCE""* BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 006- DDOD- 400. 52- 12 PARCEL ' C- AIR SYSTEM 0 0 4, 000 4, 000- 0 4, 000 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 13 TRANSP- SNOWBLOWER 0 0 15, 000 15, 000- 0 15, 000 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 14 BUS DEPOT- ANNDUNCMNT SYST 0 0 0 0 5, 000 5, 000- 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 15 TRANSP- VEHICLE 0 0 0 0 25, 000 25, 000- 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 16 PARCEL ' C' - SERVER 0 0 0 0 7, 500 7, 500- 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 17 TRANS- RADIO PHONE SYSTEM 0 0 0 0 0 0 35, 000 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 18 TRANS- VARIABLE MSG/ GPS O 0 0 0 0 0 0 25, 000 0 0 EXPENDITURE 28, 000 20, GOD 56, 000 36, 000- 49, 500 6, 500 338, 796 75, 000 322, 297 0 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 28, 000 20, 000 56, 000 36, 000- 49, 500 6, 500 338, 796 75, 000 322, 297 0 EXPENDITURES 0, 079, D65 6, 608, 716 8, 370, 567 1, 761, 851- 6, 329, 859 2, 040, 708 4, 126, 063 4, 753, 337 5, 005, 972 2, 429, 081 I------- ________"___ -------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ _-_-___----- EXPENDITURES 8, 079, 065 6, 600, 716 6, 370, 567 1, 761, 851- 6, 329, 859 2, 040, 708 4, 126, 063 4, 753, 337 5, 805, 972 2, 429, 001 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 8, 079, 065 6, 600, 716 8, 370, 567 1, 761, 851- 6, 329, 059 2, 040, 708 4, 126, 063 4, 753, 337 5, 805, 972 2, 429, 001 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 8, 079, 065 6, 608, 716 8, 370, 567 1, 761, 851- 6, 329, 859 2, 040, 708 4, 126, 063 4, 753, 337 5, 805, 972 2, 429, 081 R£ AL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 8, 079, 065 6, 608, 716 8, 370, 567 1, 761, 851- 6, 329, 859 2, 040, 708 4, 126, 063 4, 753, 337 5, 005, 972 2, 429, 081 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ROAD MILL LEVY FUND BUDGET SUMMARY 2006 2007 2W7 f 2008 f 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIMR AC AL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 645, 456. 66) ($ 630. 98]. 2)) ($ 630, 758. 98) 228. 29 ($ 528318. 98) $ 102, 410, 00 $ 111, 074, 02 $ 496 484. 02 $ 1, 048, 209. 02 $ 1, 463, 262. 02 REVENUES 1, 889, 60. 49 $ 2. 028, 126. 00 $ 2, 082, 824. 0 $ 54, 69800 $ 2, 853, 236. 00 $ 710, 412. 00 $ 2,7] 9, 285. 00 $ 2961, 591. 00 $ 2, 967, 080. 00 $ 3, 037. 351. 0 Mu Vill< - P, OP , T« Revenues 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 76 05500 $ 161, 073. 00 $ 203, 021. 00 $ 210, 133. 00 EXPENDITURES 1, 874, 948. 81) ($ 1 906, 534. 00) ($ 1. 980, 384, W) ($ 73. 850, 00) ($ 2, 213, 843, M) ($ 233. 459. W) ($ 2, 469, 930. 00) ($ 2, 570, 939. W) ($ 2, 755, 054M) ($ 2, 859, 814. 00) YEAR END CARRYOVER 630, 758. 98) ($ 509395. 21) ($ 528318. 98) ($ 18, 923. 71) $ 111, 074. 02 $ 639, 393. 00 $ 49648402 $ 1 048, 209. 02 $ 1, 463, 262. 02 $ 1, 850. 932. 02 APP,, H. 11m fia 2006 2007 2007 2008 f 2009 2010 2011 2012 Y<Oe EM C9rrvwee ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED SNOWMELT ROAD RESERVE 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 INTERFUND PAYABLE 669, 082. 58) ($ 619, 082. 58) ($ 619, 082. 58) 0. 00 ($ 569, 082. 58) $ 50, 000. 00 ($ 519, 082. 58) ($ 469, 082. 58) ($ 419. 082. 58) ($ 369, 082. 58) UNAPPROPRIATED RESERVE 38, 323. 60 $ 109, 681. 31 $ 90, 763. 60 ($ 18. 923. 71) $ 680, 156 6D $ 589, 393. 00 $ 1, 015, 566. 60 $ 1817, 291. 60 $ 1, 882, 3M. 6D $ 2, 220, 014. 60 Y<o EM Apyopnmian 630, 758. 98) ($ 509. 395. 27) ($ 528, 318. 98) ($ 18, 923. 71) $ 111, 074, 02 $ 639, 393. 00 $ 4964" 4. 02 $ 1, 048, 209. 02 $ 1, 463, 262. 02 $ 1,8! 10, 932. 02 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 20: 29 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET •^ VARIANCE^• BUDGET "' VARIAACE'*' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ROAD MILL LEVY FUND TAXES 007- 0000- 300, 01- 01 PROPERTY TAXES 1, 840, 112- 458, 761- 1, 864, 328- 1, 405, 567 2, 533, 214- 660, 886 2, 621, 876- 2, 713, 642- 2, 008, 619- 2, 906, 921- 007- 0000- 300. 01- 11 OTHER- PROP TAXES 0 1, 405, 567- 0 1, 405, 567- 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 1, 848, 112- 1, 064, 328- 1, 864, 328- 0 2, 533, 214- 668, 886 2, 621, 876- 2, 913, 642- 2, 800, 619- 2, 906, 921- TAXES 1, 840, 112- 1, 864, 328- 1, 864, 328- 0 2, 533, 214- 668, 806 2, 621, 876- 2, 713, 642- 2, 808, 619- 2, 906, 923- CHARGES FOR SERVICES 007- 0000- 300, 04- 19 OCCUPANCY ASSESSMENTS 21, 608- 144, 107- 92, 650- 51, 459- 297, 650- 205, 000 134, 366- 224, 215- 134, 015- 105, 250- REVENUE 21, 608- 144, 107- 92, 650- 51, 459- 299, 650- 205, 000 134, 366- 224, 215- 134, 015- 105, 250- CHARGES FOR SERVICES 21, 608- 144, 107- 92, 650- 51, 457- 297, 650- 205, 000 134, 366- 224, 215- 134, 015- 305, 250- MISCELLANEOUS 007- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 19, 926- 19, 691- 20, 338- 647 22, 372- 2, 034 23, 043- 23, 934- 24, 446- 25, 180- REVENUE 19, 926- 19, 691- 20, 338- 647 22, 372- 2, 034 23, 043- 23, 734- 24, 446- 25, 180- MISCELLANEOUS 19, 926- 19, 691- 20, 338- 647 22, 372- 2, 034 23, 043- 23, 734- 24, 446- 25, 180- TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 007- 0000- 300, 08- 04 TRANSFER IN RETT FUND 0 0 105, 508- 105, 508 0 105, 508- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 0 0 105, 508- 105, 508 0 105, 508- 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 0 0 105, 508- 105, 508 0 105, 508- 0 0 0 0 REVENUES 1, 889, 646- 2, 028, 126- 2, 082, 824- 54, 698 2, 853, 236- 770, 412 2, 999, 205- 21961, 591- 2, 967, 080- 3, 039, 351- REVENUES 1, 889, 646- 2, 028, 126- 2, 002, 824- 54, 698 2, 853, 236- 770, 412 2, 779, 285- 2, 961, 591- 2, 967, 080- 3, 037, 351- ROAD MILL LEVY FUND 1, 889, 646- 2, 028, 126- 2, 002, 824- 54, 698 2. 853, 236- 770, 412 2, 779, 285- 2, 961, 591- 2, 967, 080- 3, 037, 351- ROAD MILL LEVY FUND 1, 809, 646- 2, 020, 126- 2, 082, 824- 54, 690 2, 053, 236- 770, 412 2, 779, 285- 2, 961, 591- 2, 967, 080- 3, 037, 351- ROAD MILL LEVY FUND 1, 089, 646- 2, 020, 126- 2, 082, 824- 54, 698 2, 853, 236- 770, 412 2, 779, 285- 21961, 591- 2, 967, 000- 3, 037, 351- PREPARED 09/ 22/ 07, 11: 20: 15 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2002 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +++ VARIANCE+++ BUDGET '+' VARIANCE+++ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ROAD MILL LEVY FUND EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES ROAD FUND EXPENDITURES 007- 0000- 400. 55- 01 ENGINEERING EXPENDITURES 4, 620 30, 000 30, 000 0 30, 000 0 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 007- 0000- 400. 55- 04 COLLECTION FEE 37, 022 38, 246 38, 246 0 50, 664 12, 418- 52, 438 54, 273 56, 172 58, 138 001- 0000- 400. 55- 06 TRANSFER OUT- GENERAL FUND 1, 553, 322 1, 447, 773 1, 521, 623 73, 850- 1, 659, 179 137, 556- 1, 099, 272 1, 983, 799 2, 150, 929 2, 238, 185 007- 0000- 400. 55- 90 PROJECTS 0 390, 515 0 390, 515 474, 000 474, 000- 400, 220 502, 067 517, 953 533, 491 EXPENDITURE 1, 594, 964 1, 906, 534 1, 589, 869 316, 665 2, 213, 843 623, 974- 2, 469, 930 2, 570, 939 2, 755, 054 2, 859, 814 ROAD FUND EXPENDITURES 1, 594, 964 1, 906, 534 1, 589, 869 316, 665 2, 213, 843 623, 974- 2, 469, 930 2, 520, 939 2, 755, 054 2, 859, 814 ROAD EXPENDITURES 007- 0000- 400. 56- 03 BRUSH CREEK ROAD 79, 696 0 3, 000 3, 000- 0 3, 000 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 08 LOWER WOODBRIDGE ROAD 12, 054 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D07- 0000- 400. 56- 09 OWL CREEK ROAD 25, 657 0 105, 500 105, 508- 0 105, 508 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 17 MEADOW ROAD 0 0 56, 338 56, 338- 0 56, 338 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 19 OAK RIDGE ROAD 2, 124 0 2, 880 2, 880- 0 2, 880 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 23 TERRACE DRIVE 0 0 55, 000 55, 000- 0 55, 000 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 33 FARAWAY ROAD 0 0 59, 623 59, 623- 0 59, 623 0 0 D 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 42 DALY LANE 0 0 25, 660 25, 660- 0 25, 660 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 43 ELBERT LANE 0 0 41, 476 41, 476- 0 41, 476 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 75 WOOD ROAD 27, 981 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 88 LOT 3 0 0 33, 816 33, 816- 0 33, 816 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 93 HORSE RANCH DRIVE 49, 843 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 197, 345 0 383, 301 383, 301- 0 383, 301 0 0 0 0 ROAD EXPENDITURES 197, 345 0 383, 301 383, 301- 0 383, 301 0 0 0 0 ROAD EXPENDITURES 007- 0000- 400. 57- 32 GUARDRAIL 0 0 7, 214 7, 214- 0 7, 214 D 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 54 TWO CREEKS DRIVE 12, 895 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 60 EAST FORK LANE 41, 649 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 62 RODEO ROAD 14, 048 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 63 MAVERICK CIRCLE 14, 048 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 82, 640 0 7, 214 7, 214- 0 7, 214 0 0 0 0 ROAD EXPENDITURES 82, 640 0 7, 214 7, 214- 0 7, 214 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 1, 074, 949 1, 906, 534 1, 900, 384 73, 850- 2, 213, 843 233, 459- 2, 469, 930 2, 570, 939 2, 755, 054 2, 859, 814 EXPENDITURES 1, 874, 949 1, 906, 534 1, 980, 304 73, 850- 2, 213, 843 233, 459- 2, 469, 930 2, 570, 939 2, 755, 054 2, 859, 814 ROAD MILL LEVY FUND 1, 874, 949 1, 906, 534 1, 900, 384 73, 850- 2, 213, 843 233, 459- 2, 469, 930 2, 570, 939 2, 755, 054 2, 859, 814 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE EXCISE TAX FUND 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION Actual BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 4, 723, 626. 65 $ 4, 92721622 $ 5, 861, 942. 42 $ 934, 726. 20 $ 2287, 168. 42 ($ 3574774. 00) $ 7, 043, 660. 42 $ 8298, 585. 42 $ 8811, 158. 42 $ 9. 081, 608. 42 REVENUES 1, 995, 238. 59 $ 1, 13500000 $ 2828, 276. 00 $ 1, 693, 276. 00 $ 1, 747, 500. 00 ($ 1, 080, 776. 00) $ 1, 254, 925. 00 $ 512573. 00 $ 270, 450. 00 $ 278, 563. 00 Rodeo Place Hams 0. 00 0. 00 $ 8, 860, 940. 00 $ 8, 860, 940. 00 EXPENDITURES 0. 00 0. 00 ($ 83, 164. 00) ($ 83, 164. 00) 0. 00 $ 83, 164. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Rodeo Place Homes 4, 025, 256. 00) ($ 4, 025, 256. 00)($ 4, 835, 355. 00) ($ 810, 099. 00) Solar Panels 100, 820. 00) ($ 100, 820. 00) ($ 126, 011. 00) ($ 25, 191. 00) Country Club Townhomes 430, 810. 00) ($ 430, 810. 00) ($ 430, 810. 00) 0. 00 Transfer out- CIP 856, 922. 82) ($ 1254, 69500) ($ 1763, 000. 00) ($ 508, 305. 00) ($ 459, 772. 00) $ 1, 303228. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ENDING BALANCE 5, 861, 94242 $ 4807, 521. 22 $ 2, 287, 168. 42 ($ 2, 520, 352. 80) $ 7. 043, 660. 42 $ 4, 756, 492. 00 $ 8, 298, 585. 42 $ 8, 811, 158. 42 $ 9, 081, 608. 42 $ 9, 360, 171. 42 Appropriation from 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year End Carryove r Actual BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED UNAPPROPRIATED RESERVE $ 5, 861, 942. 42 $ 4, 807, 521. 22 $ 2, 287, 168. 42 ($ 2, 520, 352. 80) $ 7, 043, 660. 42 $ 4, 756, 492. 00 $ 8, 298, 585. 42 $ 8, 811, 158. 42 $ 9, 081, 608. 42 $ 9, 360, 171. 42 Year End Appropriation $ 5, 861, 942. 42 $ 4, 807, 521. 22 $ 2, 287, 168. 42 ($ 2, 520, 352. 80) $ 7, 043, 660. 42 $ 4, 756, 492. 00 $ 8, 298, 585. 42 $ 8, 811, 158. 42 $ 9, 081, 608. 42 $ 9, 360, 171. 42 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 01, 11: 21: 01 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ••• VARIANCE- BUDGET ••` VARINACE*•* BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET EXCISE TAX FUND TAXES 021- 0000- 300, 01- 07 EXCISE TAX 1, 720, 351- 1, 000, 000- 1, 750, 975- 750, 975 1, 500, 000- 250, 975- 1, 000, 000- 250, 000- 0 0 REVENUE 1, 720, 351- 11000, 000- 1, 730, 975- 750, 975 11500, 000- 250, 975- 1, 000, 000- 250, 000- 0 0 TAXES 1, 720, 351- 1, 000, 000- 1, 750, 975- 750, 975 1, 500, 000- 250, 975- 1, 000, 000- 250, 000- 0 0 CONTRIBUTIONS 021- 0000- 300, 06- 03 HOUSING MITIGATION 0 0 791, 770- 791, 770 0 791, 770- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 0 0 791, 770- 791, 770 0 791, 770- 0 0 0 0 CONTRIBUTIONS 0 0 791, 770- 791, 770 0 791, 770- 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS 021- 0000- 100, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 274, 088- 135, 000- 285, 531- 150, 531 247, 500- 38, 031- 254, 925- 262, 573- 270, 450- 278, 563- REVENUE 274, B88- 135, 000- 205, 531- 150, 531 247, 500- 38, 031- 254, 925- 262, 573- 270, 450- 278, 563- MISCELLANEOUS 274, 888- 135, 000- 205, 531- 150, 531 247, 500- 38, 031- 254, 925- 262, 573- 270, 450- 278, 563- REVENUES 1, 995, 239- 1, 135, 000- 2, 028, 276- 1, 693, 276 1, 747, 500- 1, 080, 776- 1, 254, 925- 512, 573- 270, 450- 278, 563- REVENUES 1, 995, 229- 1, 135, 000- 2, 828, 276- 1, 693, 276 1, 747, SOO- 1, 000, 776- 1, 254, 925- 512, 573- 270, 450- 270, 563- EXCISE TAX FUND 1, 995, 239- 1, 135, 000- 2, 828, 276- 1, 693, 276 1, 747, 500- 1, 080, 776- 1, 254, 925- 512, 573- 270, 450- 278, 563- EXCISE TAX FUND 1, 995, 239- 1, 135, 000- 2, 826, 276- 1, 693, 276 1, 747, 500- 1, 000, 776- 1, 254, 925- 512, 573- 270, 450- 278, 563- EXCISE TAX FUND 1, 995, 239- 1, 135, 000- 2, 820, 276- 1, 693, 276 1, 747, 500- 1, 080, 776- 1, 254, 925- 512, 573- 270, 450- 278, 563- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 20: 49 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE«* BUDGET -" VARIANCE•^ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET EXCISE TAX FUND EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES TRANSFER OUT 021- 0000- 400. 08- 22 Tinsf- Cap Pioj- Housing 856, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 763, 000 508, 305- 459, 772 1, 303, 22B 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 856, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 763, 000 508, 305- 459, 772 1, 303, 228 0 0 0 0 TRANSFER OUT 856, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 763, 000 508, 3D5- 459, 772 1, 303, 228 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 856, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 763, 000 508, 305- 459, 772 1, 303, 228 0 O 0 0 EXPENDITURES 856, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 763, 000 500, 305- 459, 772 1, 303, 228 0 0 0 0 EXCISE TAX FUND 856, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 763, 000 508, 305- 459, 772 1, 303, 228 0 0 0 0 EXCISE TAX FUND 056, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 763, 000 508, 305- 459, 772 1, 303, 220 0 0 0 0 EXCISE TAX FUND 056, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 763, 000 508, 305- 459, 772 1, 303, 220 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 21: 29 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2D08 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE" BUDGET "* VARIAACE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MARKETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS TAKES 022- 0000- 300, 01- 04 TOWN SALES TAX 3, 189, 263- 3, 146, 207- 3, 371, 284- 225, 077 3, 544, 127- 172, 843 31605, 892- 3, 833, 328- 3, 986, 661- 4, 146, 127- REVENUE 3, 189, 263- 3, 146, 209- 3, 371, 284- 225, 077 3, 544, 127- 192, 843 3, 685, 892- 3, 833, 328- 3, 986, 661- 4, 146, 127- TAKES 3, 189, 263- 3, 146, 207- 3, 371, 284- 225, 077 3, 544, 127- 172, 843 3, 685, 892- 3, 833, 328- 3, 986, 661- 4, 146, 127- CHARGES FOR SERVICES 022- 0000- 300, 04- 24 ARTS 6 CRAFTS SHOW ( 1ST) 0, 865- 91000- 8, 000- 1, 000- 8, 000- 0 10, 000- 10, 000- 12, 000- 12, 000- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 28 BALLOON FESTIVAL 7, 119- 10, 000- 0 10, 000- 5, 000- 5, 000 0 0 0 D 022- 0000- 300, 04- 29 CHILI PEPPER L BREW REST 75, 798- 85, 000- 110, 000- 25, 000 125, 000- 15, 000 130, 000- 130, 000- 140, 000- 140, 000- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 31 WELLNESS 3, 715- 50, 000- 40, 000- 10, 000- 50, 000- 10, 000 70, 000- 70, 000- 80, 000- 80, 000- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 33 OKTOBERFEST 5, 000- 5, 000- 5, 000- 0 5, 000- 0 7, 000- 7, 000- 8, 000- 8, 000- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 34 NORBA NATIONALS 0 65, 000- 5, DDO- 60, 000- 0 5, 000- 5, 000- 5, 000- 5, 000- 5, ODD- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 39 ADVERTISING COLO GUIDE 13, 495- O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 113, 992- 224, 000- 168, 000- 56, 000- 193, 000- 25, 000 222, 000- 222, 000- 245, 000- 245, 000- CHARGES FOR SERVICES 113, 992- 224, 000- 168, 000- 56, 000- 193, 000- 25, 000 222, 000- 222, 000- 245, 000- 245, 000- MISCELLANEOUS 022- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 58, 016- 48, 549- 56, 648- 8, 099 62, 312- 5, 664 64, 182- 66, 100- 68, 091- 70, 134- 022- 0000- 300, 07- 02 PENALTY 6 INTEREST 685- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 300, 07- 84 DONATIONS SUMMER CONCERTS 77, 500- 83, 000- 110, 000- 27, 000 130, 000- 20, 000 140, 000- 150, 000- 160, 000- 170, 000- 022- 0000- 300, 07- 87 WINTER EVENTS 8, 101- 8, 000- 10, 000- 2, 000 10, 000- 0 20, 000- 20, 000- 20, 000- 20, 000- 022- 0900- 300, 07- 88 GENERAL SPONSORSHIPS 3, 000- 51000- 51000- 0 10, 000- 5, 000 25, 000- 25, 000- 25, 000- 25, 000- REVENUE 147, 382- 144, 549- 181, 648- 37, 099 212, 312- 30, 664 249, 182- 261, 108- 273, 091- 285, 134- MISCELLANEOUS 147, 302- 144, 549- 181, 648- 37, 099 212, 312- 30, 664 249, 182- 261, 108- 273, 091- 285, 134- REVENUES 3, 450, 637- 3, 514, 756- 3, 720, 932- 206, 176 3, 949, 439- 228, 507 4, 157, 074- 4, 316, 436- 4, 504, 752- 4, 676, 261- REVENUES 3, 450, 637- 3, 514, 756- 3, 720, 932- 206, 176 3, 949, 439- 228, 507 4, 157, 074- 4, 316, 436- 4, 504, 752- 4, 676, 261- MARKETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS 3, 450, 637- 3, 514, 756- 3, 720, 932- 206, 176 3, 949, 439- 228, 507 4, 157, 074- 4, 316, 436- 4, 504, 752- 4, 676, 261- MARKETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS 3, 450, 637- 3, 514, 756- 3, 720, 932- 206, 176 3, 949, 439- 228, 507 4, 157, 074- 4, 316, 436- 4, 504, 752- 4, 676, 261- MARKETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS 3, 450, 637- 3, 514, 756- 3, 720, 932- 206, 176 3, 949, 439- 228, 507 4, 157, 074- 4, 316, 436- 4, 504, 752- 4, 676, 261- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11 X21: 17 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE'"* BUDGET ""' VARIANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MARKETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS - EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES PERSONNEL SERVICES 022- 0000- 520. 01- 01 PAYROLL 234, 035 268, 203 269, 282 21, 079- 350, 645 61, 363- 371, 570 393, 872 417, 505 442, 555 022- 0000- 520. 01- OB PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 949 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 022- 0000- 520. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 93, 973 105, 965 121, 280 15, 315- 157, 813 36, 533- 167, 262 177, 319 187, 958 199, 235 022- 0000- 520. 01- 10 TRAINING 5, 233 10, 000 7, 000 3, 000 8, 000 1, 000- 7, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 022- 0000- 520. 01- 12 TRAVEL 15, 860 15, 000 20, 000 5, 000- 22, 000 2, 000- 25, 000 30, 000 35, 000 40, 000 EXPENDITURE 351, 050 400, 168 438, 562 38, 394- 539, 458 100, 096- 572, 860 613, 191 652, 463 693, 790 PERSONNEL SERVICES 351, 050 400, 160 438, 562 30, 394- 539, 458 100, 896- 572, 860 613, 191 652, 463 693, 790 PURCHASED SERVICES 022- 0000- 520. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 29, 299 20, 000 30, 000 10, 000- 30, 000 0 30, 000 35, 000 40, 000 45, 000 022- 0000- 520. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 022- 0000- 520. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 3, 004 7, 000 4, 000 3, 000 4, 000 0 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 022- 0000- 520. 02- 44 UTILITIES 257 2, 000 2, 000 0 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 EXPENDITURE 32, 560 29, 000 36, 000 7, 000- 36, 000 0 36, 000 42, 000 46, 000 52, 000 PURCHASED SERVICES 32, 560 29, 000 36, 000 7, 000- 36, 000 0 36, 000 42, 000 46, 000 52, 000 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 022- 0000- 520. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 11598 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 04- 02 BUILDING LEASE PAYMENTS 50, 355 50, 000 60, 000 10, 000- 60, 000 0 80, 000 80, 000 85, 000 05, 000 022- 0000- 520. 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 17, 451 5, 000 5, 000 0 0 5, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 04- 26 SUPPLIES- EVENTS 15, 065 15, 000 30, 000 15, 000- 20, 000 10, 000 - 20, 000 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 022- 0000, 520. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICF 15, 533 16, 000 30, 000 14, 000- 35, 000 5, 000- 35, 000 40, 000 40, 000 45, 000 022- 0000- 520. 04- 37 VEHICLE INSURANCE 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 022- 0000- 520. 04- 36 VEHICLE PARTS 6 BURPS 9 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 04- 39 VEHICLE LABOR 650 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 04- 4D POSTAGE 13, 582 20, 000 35, 000 15, 000- 35, 000 0 35, 000 40, 000 45, 000 50, 000 022- 0000- 520. 04- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 204- 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 EXPENDITURE 114, 073 107, 000 160, 000 53, 000- 150, 000 10, 000 170, 000 105, 000 195, 000 205, 000 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 114, 073 107, 000 160, 000 53, 000- 150, 000 10, 000 170, 000 185, 000 195, 000 205, 000 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 022- 0000- 520. 08- 02 OFFICE EQUIPMENT 4, 657 5, 000 8, 000 3, 000- 10, 000 2, 000- 0 3, 000 10, 000 5, 000 022- 0000- 520. 08- 06 FANNY HILL SODDING 17, 735 0 2, 000 2, 000- 2, 000 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520AB- 07 CONCERT SOUND ENHANCE 145, 000 0 10, 000 10, 000- 0 10, 000 0 0 O 0 022- 0000- 520. 08- 08 TRANSIT CENTER SETUP 1, 110 O 5, 000 5, 000- 0 5, 000 0 0 O 0 022- 0000- 520. 00- 09 GUEST KIOSKS 23, 795 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 192, 297 5, 000 25, 000 20, 000- 12, 000 13, 000 0 3, 000 10, 000 5, 000 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 192, 297 5, 000 25, 000 20, 000- 12, 000 13, 000 0 3, 000 10, 000 5, 000 MARKETING 022- ROOD- 520. 11- 05 SIGNAGE 35, 329 25, 000 30, 000 5, 000- 30, 000 0 30, 000 40, 000 45, 000 45, 000 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 21: 17 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE- BUDGET "' VARIANCE' ll BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 022- 0000- 520. 11- 08 PREMIUMS 22, 926 20, 000 20, 000 0 30, 000 10, 000- 35, 000 40, 000 45, 000 50, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 20 RESEARH, MESSAGING 0 0 50, 000 50, 000- 0 50, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 21 WINTER MARKETING 644, 064 680, 000 700, 000 20, 000- 700, 000 0 725, 000 750, 000 000, 000 050, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 34 GROUP SALES MARKETING 11, 697 50, 000 0 50, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 35 GUEST SERVICES TRAINING 26, 190 25, 000 25, 000 0 50, 000 25, 000- 50, 000 50, 000 55, 000 80, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 36 WEBSITE REDESIGN 72, 760 50, 000 50, 000 0 0 50, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 51 CONSUMER SHOWS 0 2, 000 2, 000 0 51000 3, 000- 51000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 54 PHOTOGRAPHY 8, 614 10, 000 20, 000 10, 000- 25, 000 5, 000- 25, 000 30, 000 40, 000 50, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 55 TELEVISION 1, 250 20, 000 20, 000 0 20, 000 0 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 57 SUMMER MARKETING 460, 711 455, 000 505, 000 50, 000- 550, 000 45, 000- 570, 000 600, 000 650, 000 700, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 58 BBC OCCUPANCY PROJECT 8, 670 10, 000 4, 000 6, 000 0 4, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 60 ONLINE MARKETING 42, 110 45, 000 70, 000 25, 000- 125, 000 551000- 150, 000 150, 000 150, 000 150, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 61 SPONSORSHIP TOOLS 14, 937 20, 000 20, 000 0 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 62 DAV SPONSORSHIP 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 0 20, 000 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 63 GUEST KIOSKS 0 5, 000 5, 000 0 0 5, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 64 FRONTIER 0 0 15, 000 15, 000- 0 15, 000 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 1, 369, 250 1, 437, 000 1, 556, 000 119, 000- 1, 565, 000 9, 000- 1, 620, 000 1, 695, 000 1, 820, 000 1, 960, 000 MARKETING 1, 369, 250 1, 437, 000 1, 556, 000 119, 000- 1, 565, 000 9, 000- 1, 620, 000 1, 695, 000 1, 820, 000 1, 960, 000 SPECIAL EVENTS 022- 0000- 520. 12- 01 MOUNTAIN0OARO CHAMPIONSHP 12, 773 13, 000 13, 000 0 0 13, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 02 ARTS 6 CRAFTS SHOW ( 1ST) 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 0 10, 000 0 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 04 BLAST THE MASS 13, 571 15, 000 15, 000 0 15, 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 07 BALLOON FESTIVAL 37, 071 38, 000 38, 000 0 45, 000 7, 000- 45, 000 45, 000 45, 000 45, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 09 SUMMER EVENT CONTRACTOR 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 0 50, 000 10, 000- 50, 000 5D, 000 55, 000 55, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 10 FREE CONCERT SERIES 150, 512 130, 000 200, 000 70, 000- 150, 000 50, 000 150, 000 150, 000 150, 000 155, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 11 JAZZ ASPEN/ SMASS LABOR OY 162, 500 200, 000 200, 000 0 200, 000 0 200, 000 200, 000 200, 000 200, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 14 CHILI PEPPER 6 BREW BEST 121, 237 125, 000 137, 000 12, 000- 150, 000 13, 000- 150, 000 160, 000 170, 000 180, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 15 FAMILY REST 20, 080 20, 000 20, 000 0 20, 000 0 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 16 JULY 4TH ACTIVITIES 50, 000 75, 000 75, 000 0 50, 000 25, 000 50, 000 75, 000 75, 000 75, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 19 MOVIE NIGHT 9, 537 10, 000 5, 000 5, 000 51000 0 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 20 SMALL SEASONAL ACTIVITIES 25, 837 30, 000 34, 000 4, 000- 35, 000 1, 000- 35, 000 35, 000 40, 000 40, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 23 JAS BLOCK PARTY 750 6, 000 61000 0 6, 000 0 6, 000 6, 000 81000 81000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 26 PARROT HEAD/ MASS MUSIC 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 0 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 8, 000 81000 81000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 31 NORBA NATIONALS STOP 99, 476 100, 000 55, 000 45, 000 50, 000 5, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 34 WELLNESS EXPERIENCE 90, 000 80, 000 00, 000 0 80, 000 0 80, 000 80, 000 80, 000 80, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 36 FALL WEEKEND EVENT 7, 399 7, 000 7, 000 0 0 7, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 37 OKTOBERFEST 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 0 20, 000 0 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 38 WINTER EVENTS 202, 176 220, 000 230, 000 10, 000- 230, 000 0 230, 000 230, 000 230, 000 230, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 39 TRANSPORTATION 22, 815 20, 000 30, 000 10, 000- 35, 000 5, 000- 35, 000 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 49 FALL IN LOVE/ RIDE FR CURE 4, 064 5, 000 5, 000 0 3, 000 2, 000 3, 000 31000 3, 000 3, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 54 CHAIRLIFTS 57, 453 55, 000 70, 000 15, 000- 60, 000 10, 000 50, 000 40, 000 30, 000 20, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 55 BOOTH STAFFING 7, 099 15, 000 5, 000 10, 000 0 5, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 57 MASSIVE MUSIC 6 MOVIES 70, 000 80, 000 80, 000 0 80, 000 0 80, 000 80, 000 80, 000 80, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 62 FANNY HILL STAGE 7, 631 0 2, 000 2, D00- 2, 000 0 0 2, 000 0 2, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 64 WINTER X GAMES 0 0 50, 000 50, 000- 05, 000 35, 00D- 50, 000 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 65 CO STATE OPEN 0 0 10, 000 10, 000- 10, 000 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 66 TRAILS RUNNING RACE 0 0 10, 000 10, 000- 10, OD0 0 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 21: 17 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 3 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET """ VARIANCE'- BUDGET """ VARIANCE"" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 022- 0000- 520. 12- 67 STAGE SET/ STRIKE 0 0 0 ' 0 50, 000 50, 000- 50, 000 50, 000 ED, 000 50, 000 EXPENDITURE 1, 251, 981 1, 324, 000 11457, 000 133, 000- 1, 456, 000 1, 000 1, 409, 000 1, 394, 000 1, 404, 000 1, 411, 000 SPECIAL EVENTS 1, 251, 981 1, 324, 000 1, 457, 000 133, 000- 1, 456, 000 1, 000 1, 409, 000 1, 394, D00 1, 404, 000 1, 411, 000 PUBLIC RELATIONS 022- GOOD- 520. 13- 01 PUBLIC RELATIONS 106, 055 200, 000 215, 000 15, 000- 240, 000 25, G00- 250, 000 275, 000 275, 000 300, 000 022- 0000- 520. 13- 02 REBATE 37, 992 30, 000 36, 000 2, 000 36, 000 0 36, 000 36, 000 36, 000 36, 000 EXPENDITURE 144, 047 230, 000 251, 000 13, 000- 276, 000 25, BOB- 206, 000 311, 000 311, 000 336, 000 PUBLIC RELATIONS 144, 047 238, 000 251, 000 13, 000- 276, 000 25, 000- 286, 000 311, 000 311, 000 336, 000 MARKETING 022- 0000- 520. 14- 01 TRANSFER OUT GROUP SALES 0 0 50, 000 50, 000- 00, 000 30, 000- 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 EXPENDITURE 0 0 50, 000 50, 000- 80, 000 30, 000- 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 MARKETING 0 0 50, 000 50, 200- 80, 000 30, 000- 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 EXPENDITURES 3, 455, 266 3, 540, 160 3, 973, 562 433, 394- 4, 114, 458 140, 896- 4, 123, 060 4, 273, 191 4, 460, 463 4, 692, 790 EXPENDITURES 3, 455, 266 3, 540, 160 3, 973, 562 433, 394- 4, 114, 458 140, 896- 4, 123, 860 4, 273, 191 4, 468, 463 4, 692, 790 MARKETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS 3, 455, 266 3, 540, 168 3, 973, 562 433, 394- 4, 114. 458 140, 096- 4, 123, 860 4, 273, 191 4, 468, 463 4, 692, 790 MARKETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS 3, 455, 266 3, 540, 168 3, 973, 562 433, 394- 4, 114, 458 140, 896- 4, 123, 860 4, 273, 191 4, 468, 463 4, 692, 790 MARKETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS 3, 455, 266 3, 540, 168 3, 973, 562 433, 394- 4, 114, 458 140, 896- 4, 123, 860 4, 273, 191 4, 468, 463 4, 692, 790 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET SUMMARY 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 1, 655, 394. 61 $ 1514, 458. 00 $ 8805, 319. 96 $ 7, 290, 861. 96 $ 349, 299. 00 ($ 8, 456, 020. 96) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 REVENUES 20, 673, 159. 05 $ 16, 255, 061. 00 $ 10, 421, 346. 00 ($ 5, 833, 715. 00) $ 5, 745, 516. 00 ($ 4, 675, 830. 00) $ 7, 943295. 00 $ 12, 319, 391. 00 $ 11051, 144. 00 $ 2, 397, 478. 00 EXPENDITURES ($ 13, 523, 233. 70) ($ 17769, 519. 00) ($ 18, 848, 622. 00) ($ 1, 079, 103. 00) ($ 6, 094, 815. 00) $ 12, 753, 807. 00 ($ 7, 943, 295. 00) ($ 12, 319, 391. 00) ($ 11, 051144. 00) ($ 2, 397, 478. 00) Transfer/ RETr 0. 00 0. 00 ($ 28, 744. 96) ($ 28744. 96) 0. 00 $ 28, 744. 96 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ENDING BALANCE $ 8, 805, 319. 96 0. 00 $ 349, 299. 00 $ 349, 299. 00 0. 00 ($ 349, 299. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 22: 07 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2009 2009 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ^' VARIANCE++' BUDGET +++ VARINACE' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FROCK INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 023- 0000- 300, 02- 17 EOTC 0 222, 009- 130, 000- 92, 009- 179, 000- 49, 000 516, 000- 2, 950, 000- 2, 925, 000- 0 023- 0000- 300, 02- 22 FTA 5311 GRANT- MALL TRANS 0 160, 000- 0 160, 000- 190, 000- 190, 000 95, 000- 2, 000, 000- 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 02- 23 FTA- 5309 GRANT 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 3, 000, 000- 21000, 000- 2, 000, 000- 023- 0000- 300, 02- 25 CORE GRANT- POOL FIT CTR 40, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 40, 000- 382, 009- 130, 000- 252, 009- 369, 000- 239, 000 611, 000- 7, 950, 000- 4, 925, 000- 2, 000, 000- INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 40, 000- 382, 009- 130, 000- 252, 009- 369, 000- 239, 000 611, 000- 7, 750, 000- 4, 925, 000- 2, 000, 000- CONTRIBUTIONS 023- 0000- 300, 06- 46 SKI COMPANY 355, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 06- 47 SNOWMASS LAND COMPANY 355, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 06- 49 MISC - MALL TRANSIT CTR 40, 000- 503, 000- 60, 093, 442, 907- 439, 972- 379, 879 715, 196- 2, 273, 547- 2, 889, 000- 0 023- 0000- 300, 06- 52 INTRAWEST- STREAM RESTORTN 0 800, 000- 000, 000- 0 0 000, 000- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 950, 000- 11303, 000- 660, 093- 442, 907- 439, 972- 420, 121- 715, 196- 2, 273, 547- 2, 889, 000- 0 CONTRIBUTIONS 750, 000- 1, 303, 000- 860, 093- 442, 907- 439, 972- 420, 121- 915, 196- 2, 273, 549- 2, 889, 000- 0 MISCELLANEOUS 023- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 20, 672- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 07- 55 INTEREST INCOME - BOND IN 129, 093- 0 10, 734- 10, 734 0 10, 934- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 150, 545- 0 10, 734- 10, 734 0 10, 734- 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS 150, 545- 0 10, 734- 10, 734 0 10, 734- 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 023- 0000- 300, 08- 04 TRANSFER IN RETT FUND 6, 508, 083- 4, 805, 357- 6, 437, 650- 1, 632, 293 3, 865, 695- 2, 571, 975- 150, 000- 50, 000- 2, 175, 000- 350, 000- 023- 0000- 300, 08- 10 TRANSFER IN - GENERAL FUN 595. 000- 500, 000- 818, 164- 318, 164 0 018, 164- 750, 000- 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 08- 21 TRANSFER IN- LOTTERY FUND 0 120, 000- 0 120, 000- 120, 000- 120, 000 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 08- 22 TRANSFER IN - EXCISE TAX 856, 923- 1, 254, 695- 1, 763, 000- 508, 305 459, 772- 1, 303, 228- 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 08- 27 TRANSFER IN RETT TRANSIT 0 0 60, 102- 60, 102 416, 097- 355, 995 717, 099- 2, 245, 844- 1, 062, 144- 47, 478- REVENUE 7, 960, 806- 6, 680, 052- 9, 078, 916- 2, 398, 864 4, 861, 544- 4, 217, 372- 1, 617, 099- 2, 295, 844- 3, 237, 144- 397, 478- TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 7, 960, 806- 6, 600, 052- 9, 078, 916- 2, 398, 864 4, 861, 544- 4, 217, 372- 1, 617, 099- 2, 295, 044- 3, 237, 144- 397, 478- BOND PROCEEDS 023- 0000- 300, 13- 08 BOND- TOWN HALL 0, 515, 000- 7, 890, 000- 341, 603- 7, 548, 397- 0 341, 603- 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 13- 09 BOND- FITNESS CENTER 3, 145, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 13- 10 BOND- EMP HSG- DRAW SITE 0 0 0 0 75, 000- 75, 000 5, 000, 000- 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 13- 12 ACCRUED INT REC CENTER BD 9, 252- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 13- 13 PREMIUM REC CENTER BOND 94, 556- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 11, 763, 808- 9, 890, 000- 341, 603- 7, 548, 397- 75, 000- 266, 603- 5, 000, 000- 0 0 0 BOND PROCEEDS 11, 763, 808- 7, 890, 000- 341, 603- 7, 548, 399- 75, 000- 266, 603- 5, 000, 000- 0 0 0 REVENUES 20, 673, 159- 16, 235, 061- 10, 421, 346- 5, 833, 715- 5, 745, 516- 4, 675, 830- 7, 943, 295- 12, 319, 391- 11, 051, 144- 2, 397, 470- REVENUES 20, 673, 159- 16, 255, 061- 10, 421, 346- 5, 833, 715- 5, 745, 516- 4, 675, 830- 7, 943, 295- 12, 319, 391- 11, 051, 144- 2, 397, 470- CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BROOM 20, 673. 159- 16, 255, 061- 10, 421, 346- 5, 833, 715- 5, 945, 516- 4, 675, 830- 7, 943, 295- 12, 319, 391- 11, 051, 144- 2, 397, 478- CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGM 20, 673, 159- 16, 255, 061- 10, 421, 346- 5, 033, 715- 5, 745, 516- 4, 675, 030- 7. 943, 295- 12, 319, 391- 11, 051, 144- 2, 397, 478- CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGM 20, 673, 159- 16, 255, 061- 10, 421, 346- 5, 833, 715- 5, 745, 516- 4, 675, 830- 7, 943, 295- 12, 319, 391- 11, 051, 144- 2, 397, 478- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 21: 56 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2002 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE' BUDGET "' VARIANCE'*' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BROOM EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES CAPITAL OUTLAY 023- 0000- 530. 06- 01 TRAIL ADDITIONS 82, 046 50, 000 50, 000 0 50, 000 0 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 023- 0000- 530. 06- 02 BUS STOP IMPROVEMENTS 46, 596 100, 000 0 100, 000 0 0 0 0 125, 000 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 03 WOOD RD/ ROUNDABT/ BRIDGE 0 2, 000, 000 2, 000, 000 0 0 2, 000, 000 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 05 ENTRY CIVIL SOFT COSTS 454, 015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 06 TOWN HALL- SOFT COSTS 651, 573 8, 390, 000 595, 127 7, 794, 873 0 595, 127 0 0 - 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 07 SWIMMING POOL- SOFT COSTS 141, 853 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 10 EMPLOYEE HOUSING 856, 923 1, 254, 695 1, 638, 000 383, 305- 459, 772 1, 178, 228 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 11 ENTRYWAY INTRCPT PARK/ RID 464, 706 0 1, 096, 093 1, 096, 093- 0 1, 096, 093 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 12 ENTRYWAY ROAD IMPROVEMENT 0 200, 000 0 280, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 14 BRUSH CREEK ROAD LANOSCPN 81, 590 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 16 HIGHLINE ROAD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 300, 000 023- 0000- 530. 06- 17 BRU CRK STREAM RESTORATIN 0 000, 000 1, 200, 000 400, 000- 0 1, 200, 000 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 18 BEG CRK RD/ OWL CREEK RD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2, 000, 000 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 19 SWIMMIMG POOL- HARD COSTS 2, 516, 179 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 20 ENTRY CIVIL- HARD COSTS 2, 566, 020 0 906, 172 906, 172- 0 906, 172 100, 000 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 21 ENTRY PARKS/ TRAILS SOFT 142, 840 2, 018, 250 0 2, 018, 250 0 0 O 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 24 ENTRY EVENTS ARENA SOFT 0 50, 000 50, 000 0 50, 000 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 25 FITNESS CENTER SOFT COST 105, 136 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 26 FITNESS CENTER HARD COST 2, 292, 407 1, 514, 458 1, 165, 159 349, 299 2, 330, 026 1, 164, 867- 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 27 ENTRY TRANSIT C!R- SOFT 102, 962 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 20 ENTRY TRANSIT CIR- HARD 919, 669 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 30 GYM - SOFT COSTS 19, 728 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 32 PARKS/ TRAILS BUILDING 0 0 0 0 50, 000 50, 000- 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 33 MALL TRANSIT- PLAN 6DESIGN 79, 029 125, 000 250, 195 125, 195- 132, 000 118, 195 68, 776 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 34 MALL TRANSIT- TRAM STATION 0 228, 009 0 228, 009 209, 945 209, 945- 629, 835 3, 834, 578 2, 556, 305 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 35 MALL TRANSIT- PKG REPLACE 0 457, 652 0 457, 652 421, 395 421, 395- 632, 092 4, 810, 403 3, 206, 935 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 36 MALL TRANSIT- ROAD REALIGN 0 125, 527 0 125, 527 115, 583 115, 583- 173, 374 1, 319, 425 879, 617 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 37 MALL TRANSIT- BUS BARN 0 375, 928 0 375, 928 346, 146 346, 146- 519, 218 2, 304, 985 2, 233, 207 2, 047, 478 023- 0000- 530. 06- 38 TOWN HALL- HARD COSTS 570, 981 0 7, 524, 183 7, 524, 183- 0 7, 524, 183 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 39 ENTRY/ WELCOME CIR HARD 0 0 0 0 0 0 750, 000 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 40 ENTRY PARKS/ TRAILS HARD 506, 515 0 1, 896, 356 1, 896, 356- 1, 049, 948 46, 408 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 43 ENTRY/ PLAYGROUND 66, 119 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 44 MTN VIEW TRAIL DESIGN 0 O 0 0 5, 000 5, 000- 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530, 06- 45 EMP HOUSING- DRAW SITE 0 0 125, 000 125, 000- 75, 000 50, 000 5, 000, 000 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 12, 666, 887 17, 769, 519 18, 496, 285 726, 766- 6, 094, 815 ' 12, 401, 470 7, 943, 295 12, 319, 391 11, 051, 144 2, 397, 478 CAPITAL OUTLAY 12, 666, 887 17, 769, 519 18, 496, 285 726, 766- 6, 094, 815 12, 401, 470 7, 943, 295 12, 319, 391 11, 051, 144 2, 397, 478 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 023- 0000- 530. 08- 01 TRANSFERS OUT- DEBT SVC FD 467, 650 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 467, 650 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 467, 650 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 21: 56 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "« VARIANCE"«" BUDGET «^ VARIANCE— BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET DEBT SERVICE EXPENITURES 023- 0000- 530. 30- 32 COSTS OF ISSUANCE REC CEN 106, 772 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 30- 33 DID EXPENSE TOWN HALL 30, 371 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 30- 34 COST OF ISSUANCE TOWN HAL 251, 390 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 30- 35 TOWN HALL BANK FEES PROS 162 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 30- 36 TOWN HALL - COP PAYMENT 0 0 352, 337 352, 337- 0 352, 337 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 388, 695 0 352, 337 152, 337- 0 352, 337 0 0 0 0 DEBT SERVICE EXPENITURES 388, 695 0 352, 337 352, 337- 0 352, 337 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 13, 523, 232 17, 769, 519 18, 848, 622 1, 079, 103- 6, 094, 815 12, 753, 807 7, 943, 295 12, 319, 391 11, 051, 144 2, 397, 478 EXPENDITURES 13, 523, 232 17, 769, 519 18, 848, 622 1, 079, 103- 6, 094, 015 12, 79, 807 7, 943, 295 12, 319, 391 11, 051, 144 2, 397, 478 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGM 13, 523, 232 17, 769, 519 18, 848, 622 1, 079, 103- 6, 094, 015 12, 753, 007 7, 943, 295 12, 319, 391 11, 051, 144 2, 397, 478 e""""" CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGM 13, 523, 232 17, 769, 519 10, 040, 622 1, 079, 103- 6, 094, 815 12, 753, 807 7, 943, 295 12, 319, 391 11, 051, 144 2, 397, 478 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROSE 13, 521, 232 17, 769, 519 18, 048, 622 1, 079, 103- 6, 094, 815 12, 753, 807 7, 943, 295 12, 319, 391 11, 051, 144 2, 397, 478 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE GROUP SALES FUND BUDGET SUMMARY 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 0. 00 $ 1, 348. 00 $ 80, 787. 81 $ 79, 439. 81 $ 154, 133. 81 $ 73, 346. 00 $ 185, 295. 81 $ 152, 505, 81 $ 167, 624. 81 $ 181, 224. 81 REVENUES 1213284. 31 $ 1, 258, 811. 00 $ 1, 400, 360. 00 $ 141, 549. 00 $ 1, 440, 765. 00 $ 40405. 00 $ 1, 327, 178. 00 $ 1, 348, 603. 00 $ 1, 371, 042. 00 $ 1408, 49100 EXPENDITURES 1, 132, 496. 50) ($ 1242, 761. 00) ($ 1327014. 00) ($ 84, 253. 00) ($ 1, 409, 603. 00) ($ 82, 589. 00) ($ 1. 359, 96800) ($ 1333484. 00) ($ 1, 357, 442. 00) ($ 1, 388575. 00) ENDING BALANCE 80, 787. 81 $ 17, 398. 00 $ 154, 13381 $ 136, 735. 81 $ 185, 295. 81 $ 31, 162. 00 $ 152, 505. 81 $ 167, 624. 61 $ 181224. 81 $ 201, 142. 81 Appropriation from 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year End Carrvovsr ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED RESERVE( 10% of Revenues) 0. 00 0. 00 $ 140, 036. 00 $ 140, 036. 00 $ 144, 076. 50 $ 4, 040. 50 $ 132, 717. 80 $ 134, 860. 30 $ 137, 104. 20 $ 140, 84930 UNAPPROPRIATED RESERVE 80, 787. 81 0. 00 $ 14, 097. 81 $ 14, 097. 81 $ 41, 219. 31 $ 27, 121. 50 $ 19, 788. 01 $ 32, 764. 51 $ 44, 120. 61 $ 60, 293. 51 Year End Appropriation 80, 787. 81 $ 17, 398. 00 $ 154, 133. 81 $ 136, 735. 81 $ 185, 295. 81 $ 31, 162. 00 $ 152, 505. 81 $ 167, 624. 81 $ 181, 224. 81 $ 201, 142. 81 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 22: 35 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET •" VAR IANCE"+ BUDGET "' VARINACE"` BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET GROUP SALES TAXES 024- 0000- 300, 01- 10 LODGING TAXES 1, 160, 778- 1, 214, 322- 1, 258, 346- 84, 024 1, 334, 000- 35, 654 1, 281, 000- 1, 302, 000- 1, 324, 000- 1, 361, 000- REVENUE 1, 168, 778- 1, 214, 322- 1, 290, 346- 04, 024 1, 334, 000- 35, 654 1, 201, 000- 1, 302, 000- 1, 324, 000- 1, 361, 000- TAXES 1, 168, 770- 1, 214, 322- 1, 298, 346- 84, 024 1, 334, 000- 35, 654 1, 281, 000- 1, 302, 000- 1, 124, 000- 1, 361, 000- INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 024- 0000- 300, 02- 27 COLORADO TOURISM GRANT 0 0 15, 000- 15, 000 0 15, 000- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 0 0 15, 000- 15, 000 0 15, 000- 0 0 0 0 INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 0 0 15, 000- 15, 000 0 15, 000- 0 0 0 0 CONTRIBUTIONS 024- 0000- 300, 06- 53 MEEB 38, 303- 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 38, 303- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CONTRIBUTIONS 38, 303- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS 024- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 6, 146- 6, 489- 12, 514- 6, 025 13, 765- 1, 251 14, 170- 14, 603- 15, 042- 15, 493- 024- 0000- 300, 07- 02 PENALTY 6 INTEREST 56- 0 5, 300- 5, 300 1, 000- 4, 300- 11000- 1, 000- 1, 000- 1, 000- 024- 0000- 300, 07- 86 BEDFORD LEASE 0 30, 000- 71000- 23, 000- 5, 000- 2, 000- 0 G 0 0 024- 0000- 300, 07- 90 ASPEN SPORTS CAM 0 8, 000- 7, 200- BOB- 6, 000- 1, 200- 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 300, 07- 92 HOTEL " CO- OP" 0 0 51000- 5, 000 1, BOB- 4, 000- 1, 000- 1, BOB- 1, 000- 1, 000- REVENUE 6, 202- 44, 489- 37, 014- 7, 475- 26, 765- 10, 249- 16, 178- 16, 603- 17, 042- 17, 493- MISCELLANEOUS 6, 202- 44, 489- 37, 014- 7, 475- 26, 765- 10, 249- 16, 178- 16, 603- 17, 042- 17, 493- TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 024- 0000- 300, 00- 28 TRANSFER IN - MARKETING 0 0 50, 000- 50, 000 80, 000- 30, 000 30, 000- 30, 000- 30, 000- 30, 000- REVENUE 0 0 50, 000- 50, 000 80, 000- 30, 000 30, 000- 30, 000- 30, 000- 30, 000- TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 0 0 50, 000- 50, 000 801000- 30, 000 30, 000- 30, 000- 30, 000- 30, 000- REVENUES 1, 213, 283- 1, 258, 811- 1, 400, 360- 141, 549 1, 440, 765- 40, 405 1, 327, 178- 1, 348, 603- 1, 371, 042- 1, 408, 493- REVENUES 1, 213, 283- 1, 258, 811- 1, 400, 360- 141, 549 1, 440, 765- 40, 405 1, 327, 178- 1, 348, 603- 1, 371, 042- 1, 408, 493- GROUP SALES 1, 213, 283- 1, 250, 811- 1, 400, 360- 141, 549 1, 440, 765- 40, 405 1, 327, 178- 1, 348, 603- 1, 371, 042- 1, 408, 493- GROUP SALES 1, 213, 283- 1, 258, 811- 1, 400. 360- 141, 549 1, 440, 765- 40, 405 1, 327, 178- 1, 348, 603- 1, 371, 042- 1, 408, 493- GROUP SALES 1, 213, 283- 11258, 811- 1, 400. 360- 141, 549 1, 440, 765- 40, 405 1, 327, 178- 1, 348, 603- 1, 371, 042- 1, 408, 493- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 22: 24 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM6O1L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 - 2012 2006 2007 REVISE. 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ^' VARIANCE••• BUDGET ^' VARIANCE'^ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET GROUP SALES EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES PERSONNEL SERVICES 024- 0000- 520. 01- 01 PAYROLL 188, 409 412, 558 432, 617 20, 059- 495, 023 62, 406- 504, 923 515, 021 525, 322 535, 828 024- 0000- 520. 01- 00 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 364_ 12, 000 12, 000 0 12, 000 0 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 024- 0000- 520. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 52, 880 134, 153 163, 929 29, 776- 208, 326 44, 397- 214, 576 221, 013 227, 644 234, 473 024- 0000- 520. 01- 10 TRAINING 362 0 0 0 1, 000 11000- 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 024- 0000- 520. 01- 12 TRAVEL 9, 062 100, 000 55, 000 45, 000 60, 000 5, 000- 62, 000 64, 000 66, 000 66, 000 EXPENDITURE 252, 077 650, 711 663, 546 4, 835- 776, 349 112, 803- 794, 499 813, 034 831, 966 849, 301 PERSONNEL SERVICES 252, 077 650, 711 663, 546 4, 835- 776, 349 112, 803- 794, 499 813, 034 831, 966 849, 301 PURCHASED SERVICES 024- 0000- 520. 02- 01 AUDIT O 3, 200 3, 200 0 3, 296 96- 3, 395 3, 497 3, 602 3, 500 024- 0000- 520. 02- 03 BUILDING- CLEANING 11150 600 2, 600 2, 000- 0 2, 600 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 520. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 602, 551 20, 000 102, 000 02, 000- 87, 000 15, 000 90, 000 90, 000 90, 000 90, 000 024- 0000- 520. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 2, 822 61000 1, 000 5, 000 1, 000 O 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 024- 0000- 520. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 7, 574 25, 000 15, 000 10, 000 20, 000 5, 000- 22, 000 24, 000 26, 000 27, 000 024- 0000- 520. 02- 44 UTILITIES 8, 694 3, 750 6, 750 3, 000- 5, 000 1, 750 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 520. 02- 62 LEGAL PEES 89D 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 030 30- 1, 061 11093 1, 126 1, 200 024- 0000- 520. 02- 79 LEASED EQUIPMENT 7, 703 22, 000 14, 200 7, 800 15, 000 800- 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 EXPENDITURE 631, 464 81, 550 145, 750 64, 200- 132, 326 13, 424 132, 456 134, 590 136, 728 137, 700 PURCHASED SERVICES 631, 464 81, 550 145, 750 64, 200- 132, 326 13, 424 132, 456 134, 590 136, 728 137, 700 OPERATING fi MAINTENANCE 024- 0000- 520. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 24, 022 50, 000 35, 000 15, 000 51, 500 16, 500- 153, 045 104, 636 106, 275 106, 000 024- 0000- 520. 04- 02 BUILDING LEASE PAYMENTS 10, 119 36, 000 32, 610 3, 382 32, 610 0 55, 324 55, 720 56, 083 56, 074 024- 0000- 520. 04- 06 DUES MEMBERSHIPS S SUBS 4, 628 9, 000 9, 000 0 9, 270 270- 9, 548 9, 835 10, 130 10, 000 024- 0000- 520. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 408 2, 500 2, 500 0 2, 575 75- 2, 652 2, 732 2, 814 2, 000 024- 0000- 520. 04- 15 PRINTING 0 4, 500 4, 500 0 4, 635 135- 4, 774 4, 917 5, 065 51500 024- 0000- 520. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 645 2, 500 5, 000 2, 500- 2, 575 2, 425 2, 652 2, 732 2, 814 3, 000 024- 0000- 520. 04- 40 POSTAGE 1, 913 81500 8, 500 0 0, 755 255- 9, 018 9, 200 9, 567 10, 000 024- 0000- 520. 04- 78 BEDFORD LEASE 171, 870 200, 000 250, 000 50, 000- 175, 000 75, 000 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 215, 205 313, 000 347, 118 34, 118- 286, 928 60, 190 237, 013 189, 060 192, 748 192, 574 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 215, 205 313, 000 347, 118 34, 118- 286, 928 60, 190 237, 013 189, 860 192, 748 192, 574 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 024- 0000- 520. 00- 02 OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1, 231 0 1, 300 1, 300- 22, 000 20, 700- 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 EXPENDITURE 1, 231 0 1, 300 1, 300- 22, 000 20, 700- 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 1, 231 0 1, 300 1, 300- 22, 000 20, 700- 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 MARKETING 024- 0000- 520. 14- 19 INTERNET 3, 275 50, 000 35, 000 15, 000 40, 000 5, 000- 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 61 COLLATERAL 1, 001 50, 000 30, 000 20, 000 35, 000 5, 000- 35, 000 35, 000 35, 000 35, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 62 INDUSTRY PRINT ADS 5, 940 0 6, 000 6, 000- 6, 000 0 6, 000 6, 000 6, 000 6, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 63 TRADE SHOWS 12, 661 0 42, 000 42, 000- 50, 000 0, 000- 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 22: 24 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERI00 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET +'+ VARIANCE- BUDGET •" VARIANCE++• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 024- 0000- 520. 14- 64 DIRECT MAIL 103 0 300 300- 0 300 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 520. 14- 65 FAN TRIPS 6, 624 0 10, 000 10, 000- 10, 000 0 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 15, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 66 MISCELLANEOUS 1, 055 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 520. 14- 67 COLLATERAL PRODUCTION 0 75, 000 20, 000 55, 000 25, 000 51000- 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 28, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 68 CUSTOMER GIFTS 0 4, 500 6, 000 1, 500- 6, 000 0 6, 000 6, 000 6, 000 8, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 69 CLIENT ENTERTAIN LOCAL 1, 060 10, 000 20, 000 10, 000- 20, 000 0 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 25, 000 EXPENDITURE 32, 519 189, 500 169, 300 20, 200 192, 000 22, 700- 194, 000 194, 000 194, 000 207, 000 MARKETING 32, 519 189, 500 169, 300 20, 200 192, 000 22, 700- 194, 000 194, 000 194, 000 207, 000 EXPENDITURES 1, 132, 496 1, 242, 761 1, 327, 014 84, 253- 1, 409, 603 B2, 589- 1, 359, 968 1, 333, 404 1, 357, 442 1, 388, 575 EXPENDITURES 1, 132, 496 1, 242, 761 1, 327, 014 84, 253- 1, 409, 603 82, 509- 1, 359, 968 1, 333, 484 1, 357, 442 1, 388, 575 GROUP SALES 1, 132, 496 1, 242, 761 1, 327, 014 84, 253- 1, 409, 603 02, 589- 1, 359, 968 1, 333, 404 1, 357, 442 1, 388, 575 GROUP SALES 1, 112, 496 1, 242, 761 1, 127, 014 84, 253- 1, 409, 603 82, 589- 1, 359, 968 1, 333, 464 1, 357, 442 1, 38B, 575 GROUP SALES 1, 132, 496 1, 242, 761 1, 127, 014 04, 253- 1, 409, 603 82, 589- 1, 359, 968 1, 333, 484 1, 357, 442 1, 388, 575 2008 HOUSING DEPARTMENT OPERATING SUMMARY 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING FUNDS AVAILABLE BALANCE $ 1, 075, 833. 62 $ 1, 028329. 62 $ 1, 038, 601. 00 $ 10, 27138 $ 986, 205. 00 $ 975, 933. 62 $ 89508700 $ 829, 315. 00 $ 909, 804. 00 $ 1, 039, 630. 00 OPERATING REVENUE 1, 210, 361. 69 $ 1, 231, 783. 00 $ 1244, 253. 00 $ 12470. 00 $ 1266, 332, 00 $ 22, 079. 00 $ 1294183. 00 $ 1324540. 00 $ 1, 355, 150. 00 $ 1, 386361. 00 OPERATING/ CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 599, 028. 31) ($ 604, 654. 00) ($ 542, 335. 00) $ 62, 319. 00 ($ 611, 732. 00) ($ 69, 397. 00) ($ 622, 987. 00) ($ 640, 554. 00) ($ 674, 324. 00) ($ 652 538. 00) DEBT SERVICE 548, 825, 00) ($ 553, 200. 00) ($ 553, 200. 00) 0. 00 ($ 549, 200. 00) $ 4, 000. 00 ($ 548, 600. 00) ($ 551, 000. 00) ($ 551, 000. 00) ($ 553, 600. 00) NET OPERATING REVENUE/ EXPENDITURE $ 62508. 38 $ 73, 929. 00 $ 148, 718. 00 $ 74, 789. 00 $ 105, 400. 00 ($ 43318. 00) $ 122, 596. 00 $ 132, 986. 00 $ 129826. 00 $ 18022300 Capital Reserves Used 28, 8901) 0) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ($ 42, 390. 00) ($ 42, 390. 00) ($ 6, 240. 00) ($ 52, 497. 00) 0. 00 ($ 42, 450. 00) Interior Renovations 70, 85100) ($ 304, 151. 00) ($ 501, 114. 00) ($ 196, 963. 00) ($ 304, 128. 00) $ 196, 986. 00 ($ 182, 12800) 0. 00 000 0. 00 Transfer in - Mountain View I 300, 000. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 0. 00 $ 150, 000. 00 ($ 150, 000, 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 YEAR END FUNDS AVAILABLE BALANCE $ 1, 038, 601. 00 $ 1, 098, 107. 62 $ 986, 205. 00 ($ 111, 902. 62) $ 895, 087. 00 ($ 91, 118. 00) $ 829, 315. 00 $ 909, 804. 00 $ 1, 039, 630. 00 $ 1, 177, 403. 00 HOU5ING DEPARTMENT FUNDS AVAILABLE SUMMARY 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BOND RESERVE FUND 300, 000, 00 $ 300, 000. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 0. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 0. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 $ 300, 00000 $ 300000. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 243386. 00 $ 278, 197. 00 $ 27819700 000 $ 212, 530. 00 ($ 65667. 00) $ 242, 172. 00 $ 221101. 00 $ 25015400 $ 249, 082. 00 UNAPPROPRIATED FUNDS 495, 215. 00 $ 519, 910. 62 $ 408, 008. 00 ($ 111, 902. 62) $ 382, 557. 00 ($ 25, 451. 00) $ 2B7, 14300 $ 388, 70300 $ 481476, 00 $ 628, 321. 00 ENDING FUNDS AVAILABLE 1, 038, 601. 00 $ 1, 098, 107. 62 § 986, 205. 00 ($ 111, 902. 62) $ 895, 087. 00 (§ 91, 118. 00) $ 829, 315. 00 $ 909, 804. 00 $ 1, 039, 630. 00 $ 1, 177. 403. 00 2008 HOUSING DEPARTMENT FUNDING FOR CAPITAL RESERVE 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROP05EO VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED NET OPERATING REVENUE/ EXPENDITURE $ 62, 50838 $ 73, 929. 00 $ 148, 718. 00 $ 74, 789. 00 $ 105, 40000 ($ 43, 318. 00) $ 122, 596. 00 $ 132, 98600 $ 129, 826. 00 $ 180, 22300 Capital Reserve Contribution 31, 831. 00 $ 34, 811. 00 $ 3481100 0. 00 $ 26, 89500 ($ 7, 916. 00) $ 35, 88200 31, 42600 $ 37, 053. 00 $ 33, 378. 00 NET OPERATING BALANCE 94, 339. 38 $ 108, 74000 $ 183, 529. 00 $ 74, 789. 00 $ 132295. 00 ($ 51234. 00) $ 158478. 00 $ 164412. 00 $ 16687900 $ 21360100 HOUSING PENT STRUCTURE 200]- 3012 2006 2006 2009 2007 2009 : 2009 3009 3008 2009 2009 2009 Rom 2010 2010 2011 ZOIJ 2011 2013 3oIz ROLE ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL L MONTHLY ANNUAL % PROJECT E UNITS INCOME INCT, RENTS INCOME INCR. : RENTS INCOME I. RENTS INCOME INCP. RENTS INCOME IRAM, RENTS INCOME ILAM RENTS INCOME INO, CPEERSIDE 29/29 6 $ 66210. 00 279% $ 94500 $ 20412000 2]2%: 595500 568,) 60.00 106%. $ 975. 00 $] 020000 209% $ IOW 00 $ 72DOL 0 256%: $ 1,02500 $ O 900 Do 250%: $ 105900 $] 5. 60000 244. IB/IB 4 $ 32! 6000 2295 $ 645. $ 57549C9 224%: $ 69000 $ 33120. O]3%, $ 70500 f3384OW 21]% f 72R. W f31560W vas: t735. $ 352eooa zoe%: f7... 536aoo. 00 za% RENOVATED UNITS 3000 2007 PARTIAL INL 2/ 299 21 $ 2n30000 255} $ 153000 $ 133, 96000 219} I $ 101040 $ 28) 51000 09)}! $ 150000 $ 2$..,. 00 1921; S$ nOOO $ 298, 00000 109%; $ 1! 0000 $ 30360000 1854:, $ 112500 $$ 9; PCO00 22] 1! 28/28 Mtlnt 1 $ 6, 70000 52] W $ 6324. 00 69OF0 ! 828000 7IOW 58$ 2000 Ie/IB 11 $ 9) P20O3 2081 $] 5000 $] 150000 200%: $ FiSM $ 19, 10, 00 0.67% 9]0, 00 3000 38,] 6003 5003 S9, WCDo 500 5930000 y 5101, 610 C0 199%: $ 790. 00 $ 10428000 260% 581000 $ 106, 92C Do 2531; 583000 $ 109$ 6000 2d71:. EST, 200)- 2011 NTUPE RENOVATION INCOME BASED ON APT, TURNOVERS EST. I APT. 2B/29 woo $ 295000 OW% $ 0.00 31520. 00 OW%: 5000 $ 102000 000% $ 000 $ 9u oo OW%, W. $ 90000 000%. $ 000 $ 900. 00 000} EST. I APT. IB/IB Wm 52515.= OEO% $ 000 $] WW 000%: $ OW $].. OD OWL $ 000 $ 00000 OW%'. $ 003 MOO ON%: 3050 $ 000 OWL ANNUALTOTAL 479, 000 4]],= 9 190660 500$ 60 319, 4= 530,4= 541, 860 PALISADES 28/18 7 $ 76, 440= 225% $ 93000 09280= 220%: 3910.= 37896000 108} 1 $ 96000 $ 80 640= 213% $ 985= $ 8174000 260%: 51010= $ 8184000 2541 $ 103500 $ 06, 910= 248% STUDIOS 16 W3. 00 2.02% $ 520.= $ 99, 84000 297%'. $ 525= $ 1= AWO0 096%.; $ 535= $ 102, 720. 00 190% $ 550. 00 $ 1056= Aq 2.80%; $ 56500 $ IOBA80. OD 273% $ 58000 $ 111. 360. 00 265. RENOVATED UNITS 2B/29 3 33SIROM 205% $ 1015= $ 2436000 201%: $ 1025= $ 36, 900. 00 0.99%: $ 1045= $ 37AMO0 IM%: $ 156500 $ 38340= 1911 $ 1P85= f3906O O 1881; $ 110500 09, 7.. 00 1.91%: EST. FUTURE RENOVATION INCOME BASED ON APT, TURNOVERS EST, I APT. 29/2B 000 $ 25500 0. 1; $ ON $ 102000 OW%'. ", Do $ 1020= 0=% 0D 2960= 000%: 3000 390000 0. 005'. $ a. $ 940 oo o. i ANNUALTOTAL 209220 213735 217, 680 322?= 0 227,. 0 233, 280 238, 920 BPUBH[ REEK IB/IB 3 $.'] Doo 2681 $ 59000 $ 21240= 2611: $ 595= $ 21, 8000 0m $ 610.= $ 2196000 252% 3625= $ 2250000 2461' $. a. $ 2309000 210.; $ 655= $ 235.. 00 2341 STUDIO/ LET 12 572, 720. 202% $ 520DO $ 74MMM 29TA: $ 52500 3]5, 000= 096% $ 540.00 $] 7,] 60. 2.86% $ a.,. $ 79, 200= 1851. $ 56000 3= 64000 152%' $ a] Go $ 52P. 00 179% STUDIOS 10 $ 52, 20000 2. 351 $ 445. $ 53AOOW 2301 $ 45000 $ 51A.= 1.12%', $ 16000 $ 55200. 2221 $ 47000 $ 56, 400. 217%: $ 40000 $ 57AOOM 2.13%:, $ 1N.= $ 58, 81000 2081 SM. STUDIO 1 $ 4560.. 2]0% $ 390. $ 46. 10 2.63%', $ 395= $ 474000 lmv $ 10500 $ 1, 860.00 253% $ 41500 $ 4900. 24]%' $ 42500 $ 5! 00. 2411'. 13500 $ 522000 235} ANNUALTOTAL LWJ. 154200 155, 760 159, 780 S163P= 166300 169A= VILLAS NORTH 29/I8 0 $ 9261000 266% $ 9N. W $ 9504000 259%, $ 1000. 00 396. 000. L. $ 1520. $ 97, 92000 2.00% $ 154500 510032000 215%: $ IP7000 $ X2, 72O00 239%: $ IP95O0 $ 105120.= 231% IB/IB 7 $ 630.= 2, 741 $]] 000 $ 6468000 26711, fASW $ 65, 10000 065% $ 79000 $ 6630000 191% $ 005. $ 67, 62000 190%: $ 820. 368880. 166%. 3835= $ 70, 14000 183% UNM.." 1 3121500 770.. $ 800000 512500 $ 5! 0000 44000 $ 5200. 00 45500 35, 460. 47000 $ 5, 61000 3155. $ 58NW STUDIOS 10 567, BWW 276% $ 50000 5696. 00 2651': $ 505= $ 7020000 0861; $ 60000 t72, OUDOC 256% $ 615.. 57380000 2=%' $ 630. $ 7564000 209%: $ 64500 $ 89, 14000 238} 28/28 6 $> 9920. 278% S1, 14000 $. Z PeO DO 2NL: $ 1J50 $. 2N OW oeex; SIPO.= 38124000 1]4} $ 1! 9500 $ 06, 44000 214%: $ 1220. $ 87, 840. 00 2091; $ 1, 24500 $ 8961000 2051 ANNUAL TOTAL 304, 605 319. 1. 319200 325, 0. 333000 5340 680 348120 GRAND TOTAL RENT 1141505 I!4 44 1191300 1216140 1243, 440 1, 270] 40 1298¢ 00 TOWN OF SNOWMA55 VILLA6E RESERVE FUND PEgJIREMENTS 2008- 2012 Cll-.... SE zods 0000. 0000 2000...... .__._. _._ 2669. SALVAGE PURCHASE RESERVE RESERVE 200] RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE 2006 RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE 2009 RESERVE DESCRIPTION AMOUNT VALUE GATE RESERVE 0.ESFPVE CASH RESERVE DESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RfSFRVF CASH DESERVE BALANCE CONTRIBUTION, OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION, C Y USED BALANCE CONTICBU1- 10h OUTLAY USED BOILERS Bmsk Creek3 19345 2003 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 f0) 0 $ 0 $ 0 BrvshCrcek- 3 24 COD 2028 § 2, 800 $ 960 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3, 840 $ 960 so SO $ 4, 800 960 1S $ 0 Bmsh Cmek- 1 7025 2003 § 1,6$ 0 $ 785 $ 0 $ O $ 5, 455 Q$ 0 $ 0 $ 0 § 6?$ 0 0 §]$ 0 § 6?$ 0 BrvshCrtek- 1 f8,]] 5 2034 0 0 § 0 j0 § 0 0 § 0 $ O $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 VIIIas North 28056 2013 § 13. 328 $? 104 $ 0 $ 0 j15 i32 § 2104 o $ O 511. 5$0 S2, I04 $ 0 $ o NIIm North- 0 11, 000 2030 0 O § 0 § 0 SO 0 f0 § 0 SO So $ o fa ASPHALT OVERLAY BC. PAL.- CREEKSIDE $ 49, 497 2010 $ 40, 497 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 40, 497 $ 3, 000 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4349] $ 3, 000 $ 0 $ 0 Overlay 5250] 2025 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 Mhs NA' th( see below) $ 25, 520 2005 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 SO 0 $ 0 $ D $ 0 O $ O $ 0 Omrl, 31, N5 2021 0 $ 2003 $ 0 $ 0 $ 2003- S2, 083 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4, 166, $ 2083 $ 0 $ 0 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Polisodes 8, 000 $ 5oo 2010 $ I, 5W $ 15m SO $ 0 $ 3, 000 $ 1. 500 $ 0 So $ 4, 500 $ 000 $ 0 So Polisedes 9, 600 § 500 2015 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 P< nmdee 10500 $ im 2020 0 o $ o SO $ 0'' b $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 o $ 0 $ D VA.. Wrih 5, 450 $ 500 2006 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 § 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ o 0 $ 0 $ 0 Mhs North 6. 500 Sam 2012 0 SIOm $ 0 $ o $ IaOO 5! 050 $ 0 So 42000 § 1050 $ 0 $ 0 muse North 7, 800 $ 500 2018 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ a. 0 $ 0 $ 0 so) o $ 0 $ O LAWN TRACTOR rcpl^ cement f16] 90 $ 600 2008 f13 WJ $ 1, 595 f0 $ 0 § 14, 595 0 $ 1, 595 $ 11595 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 rcphcercent 20. 925 $ am 2015 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 01 $ 2B75 $ 0 $ 0 nplorement 24, 075 Sam 2022 0 0 $ 0 j0 $ 0 O $ 0 $ 0 $ 0( 0 $ 0 $ 0 ROOF$Bmsh cmek 16, 050 2013 S8/ i60 $ 1, 070 $ 0 $ 0 $ 9, 630 $ 1070 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10} m $ 1. 070 $ 0 $ 0 em. b cmek 20, 025 2025 So 0 $ o $ o $ 0 o So $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 Creekside 40, 125 2012 $ 24, 075 $ 2675 $ 0 $ 0 $ 26, 750 $ 2, P75 $ o $ e $ 29425 $ 2675 $ 0 $ 0 Crteksid= 40, 150 IUD SO o $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 o j0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 Pallwdes 30, 507 2014 $ 18595 $ 2459 SO $ 0 $ 21 2489 $ 0 $ 0 $ 23573 $ 2, 469 $ 0 0 P.1- des 45, 0OD 2029 0 0 SO $ O $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 Vlllm North 65070 2018 $ 12690 $ 4365 $ 0 $ 0 $ 17. 055 $ 4, 365 $ 0 $ 0 $ 21, 420 $ 0365 $ 0 $ 0 VEHICLE kEPLACEMENT 2102000 F- 350 37, 900 $ 6, 000 2010 $ 19276 $ 3156 $ 0 $ 0 $ 224321 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 rcplo= en< ni 49, 000 $ 6, 500 2020 0 So $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ o $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 233199] W250) K604 $ 5. 000 2008 $ 25875 $ 1, 865 $ 0 $ 0 $ 2L740- 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 mphamm t 43, 00' $ 6, 000 2017 0 0 $ 0 SO $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 2231996 1- 150 33595 $ 5, 500 ZVOO $ 23, 495 $ 2300 SO $ 0 $ 25. 795 0 §? 300 $ 25, 795 $ o f0 $ 0 $ 0 mpinceme^ t 36, 900 $ 6000 2018 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3, 090 $ 0 $ 0 785 L785 Skid Lwder $ 25, 714 f 5, 714 2004 0 So $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 § 0. 0 SO $ 0 cepkc= mmt/ trade In 2, 600 $ MOD3 2006 O 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 o $ O $ 0 $ o 0 $ O $ 0 xpkcelnenlHwde i^ 3. 900 $ 28, 000 2007 0 0 $ 2805 SO $ 0 SO $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 rc,la rent/ tmdeln 4, 100 $ 2800" 2008 0 0 $ o $ 0 $ 0 o $ 1550 $ 0 $ 0 o $ 0 $ 0 Skid Lwder replacement W. Coo a 5, 000 2010 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 § 0 $ 0 $ 0 § 3500 $ 0 $ 0 1012004 F- 350 41, 503 $ 6Sm 2014 § 9443 $ 3, 195 $ 0 $ 0 $ 12638 53195 $ 0 $ 0 $ 15. 033 $ 3195 $ 0 $ 0 rcplaartent 53, 000 $ 6, 500 2024 O 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 f0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 B, Cmek, Water Heaters(,) $ 8010 2016 $ 2, 670 $ 534 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3, 204 $ 534 $ 0 $ 0 § 3730 $ 534 $ 0 SD rtplaament( all emits) 24, 048 2016 $ 12, 698 $ 1135 So $ 0 $ 13, 833 41335 $ 0 $ 0 § 14, 968 $ 1, 135 $ 0 $ 0 Polisndeg kundry water keaser $ 4, 000 2008 0 $" low SO $ 0 $¢, mo 0 $ 200 52.1% 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 rcpl. nAnt 4605 2023 0 0 $ 0 SO $ 0 H $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 307 $ 0 $ 0 APTINT. REMODEL FUND 10, 134 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10, 134 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10134 0 $ 0 $ 0 a______ ___ _ ___ _ TOTAL 243306 $ 34,811 $ 2800 SO $ 278397 $ 26, 895 $ 5, 395 $ 43390 $ 212530 $ 35882 $ 785 $ 6240 Nllaa Nrv111 gep6ell repw, wan u6MUle51or 2gA5 EU11M Conlrclor c^ ultl mlmm{ tele lne' rvwk unitl 2 T- whi ws budgeted fart d 2215 work and. Flb 2006 l- Ve Tu^ whirks uerc tnnsfermd# 2106# 233 to Poe Mountain Neu Rexrw fund budget beginning In 2000. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE RESERVE FUND REQUIREMENTS 2000- 2012 SALVAGE PURCHASE 2039 2010 - 2010 1010 T- 2010¢ 011 2011 1011 2011 - 20] 2 2012 2012 2012 DESCRIPTION AMOUNT VALUE DATE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE BALANCE CONTRIBUIIOA OUM1AY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE YONTRIBUTIC) b OUTLAY USED BALANCE BOILERS BrushCreek- 3 19, 345 2003 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Brush Creek- 3 24, 000 2028 $ 5. 760 $ 960 60 $ 0 $ 0 80 EO $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 2,0 $ 0 j1,.$ 0- $ 9$0 $ 0 SO $? 6$0 $ 9$0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 86$ 0 Brush Creek- 1 7, 025 2009 0 E0 2,0 2,0 2,0 0 EO EO EO 2,0 $ 0 $ 0 53 Brush Creek- 4 8775 8,05 2034 0 351 $ 0 $ 0 1,351 351 $ 0 $ 0 $ 702 2,351 $ 0 $ 0 $ 1053 Villas North- 4 28. 056 2013 § 19640 § 2109 2,0 2,0 2,21> 4q § 2109 EO § 0 523, 040' Villas Nor1h- 4 31. 000 2038 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 fo fo fo $ o o E?1$ 0 fo $ o Ea$ o $ 0 § 259$ 0 ASPHALT OVERLAY SC: PAL: CREEK40E E49497 2010 $ 46497 0 $ 3. 000 $ 46497 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 E0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Overlay 52, 500 2025 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3, 500. $ 3500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 7, 000 Vdm: North( zee hot..) $ 25, 520 2005 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 o ED So $ 0 Oraday 31245 2021 $ 6r249 $ 2, 083 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0, 332 E2, 003 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10415 $ 2003 $ 0 $ 0 $ 12, 498 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT pallmdes 8, 000 $ 500 2010 $ 4000 0 $ 1. 500 $ 6, 000 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Palisades 9, 600 $ 500 2015 0' 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 1820 $ 0 $ 0 $ 1, 820 Palizodez 10, 500 $ 500 2020 0 0 1, 020 $ 0 $ 0 § 36$ 0 1,0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ o $ 0 $ 0 0 $ O $ 0 $ 0 Vdoz North 5, 150 $ 500 2006 EO 2,0 2,0 EO EO E0 $ 0 E0 $ o 0 ED $ 0 $ 0 Villas North 6. 500 $ 500 2012 $ 3. 00- 1,1, 00 $ 0 $ 0 § 4. 00 1. 00 $ 0 $ 0 $ 500 o $ 1. 000 $ 5.0$0 $ 0 Villas North f? aoo $ 50 zole o 0 $ o $ o $ o o $ o 2,0 $ 0 So So ED $ o LAWN TRACTOR rwlaremeat 16 X90 $ 600 2008 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0!. 0 $ 0 So $ 0 replacement 20925 $ 800 2015 $ 2, 875 $ 2875 $ 0 $ 0 E5750 E2, 075 $ 0 $ 0 $ 8625 $ 2875 $ 0 $ 0 $ 11. 500 replacement 24, 075 $ 800 2022 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 ROOFS Brash creek U, 050 2013 fll? JO- $ 1070 $ 0 $ 0 $ 12, 840 $ 1070 $ 0 $ 0 $ 13910 1070 O g 5 19. 90 Brm 0 $ h creek 20, 025 2020 j0 EO 2,0 $ 0 f0 2,0 § 0 2,0 § 0 0 EO § 0 f0 Crcekside 40. 125 2012 $ 32, 100 f? 675 $ 0 $ 0 $ 34, 15 $ 2675 $ 0 $ 0 $ 37, 450 E0 f?6$ 0 $ 374$ 0 $ 0 GeeMSide 48. 150 2027 E0- 0 $ 0 § 0 § 0 E0 $ 0 $ O $ O' 0 $ 0 $ 0 29 Palisades 30, 507 2014 $ 26. 062' $ 2409 2,0 $ 0 $ 20. 551 $ 2, 189 2,0 2,0 $ 31. 040: 24$ 0 $ 0 $ 0 § 335$ 0 Pdixaaex E+S. aDO 2029 So" fo fo $ 0 $ 0 o 2,0 fo fo_ Eo Eo § o Eo Villas North 65, 070 2018 $ 25, 705 $ 4365 $ 0 $ 0 $ 30, 150 $ 4365 $ 0 $ 0 $ 34515- $ 4, 365 $ 0 $ 0 $ 38, 880 VEHICLE REPLACEMENT 2102000 F- 350 37, 900 $ 6, 0000 2010 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0, 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 reply== nwm 49p00 E 6, 500 zozo fa! ED 1,0 Eo fo fo Eo fo Eo o fo EO Ea 2331997 W2500 34. 604 $ 5. 000 2000 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 i- ellacen. nt 43, 000 $ 6. 000 2017 01 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0- 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 2231996 F- 150 33595 $ 5. 500 2008 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0_ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 g0 replacement 36900 $ 6, 000 2018 $ 3090- $ 3090 $ 0 $ 0 $ 6, 180 $ 3, 090 $ 0 $ 0 $ 9270 $ 3090 $ 0 $ 0 $ 12360 765- 705 Skid Linder $ 25, 714 $ 5. 714 2004 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 replar= ment/ trade in 2, 800 $ 25, 000 2006 0 0 $ o $ 0 $ O 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ o $ 0 rcPlacem= nt/ trade in 3, 900 $ 28, 000 2007 o 0 $ 0 $ 0 So o $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ o o rapla= em= mnraae is 4, 100 g ze, 000 2000 o o fo $ 0 f0. Eo jo fo Eo o $ O fo So Skid Lai replacearki $ 40, 000 $ 5, 000 2010 $ 3500- $ 3, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 7, 000 $ 3, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10, 500: $ 3, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 14, 000 1012004 F- 350 41, 503 $ 6, 500 2014 $ 19, 028 $ 3, 195 $ 0 $ 0 $ 22223 $ 3195 $ 0 $ 0 $ 25, 418 $ 3. 195 $ 0 $ 0 $ 20613 replacement 53, 000 $ 6, 500 2024 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 § 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 B. Creek, Water Heaters( 4) $ 6, 010 2016 $ 4, 272 $ 534 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4, 006 $ 534 $ 0 $ 0 $ 5, 340 $ 534 $ 0 $ 0 $ 5, 874 replacementlall units) 24, 040 2016 $ 11 103 $ 1135 $ 0 $ 0 $ 17, 238 $ 1135 $ 0 $ 0 $ 18, 373 1, 135 E a h 0 0 § 1950 rollmaehand, wter earo- fq,o zoos ga Eo Eo Ea jo fo § o $ o ED Eo $ o $ o $ D replumeni 4, 605 2023 $ 307 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 307 $ 307 $ 0 $ 0 $ 614 $ 307 $ 0 $ 0 $ 922 APT MT. REMODEL FUND 10, 134 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10134 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10134 0 EO 2,0 $ 10134 TOTAL 242172 $ 31. 926 $ 4, 500 $ 52./ 97 $ 221101 $ 37, 053 $ 0 $ 0 $ 250154 $ 33370 E3675 $ 42450 $ 249, 082 Vhlas NOrlh Astrall neparm9 wax achad Wed for 2005. 1"a- at..,. 25. 520 00 was budgeted for the 2005 work and the 2006 eeponse was Two abides were transferred# 210 6 4233 to the Mountain View Re PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 38 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE- BUDGET "' VARINACE- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET HOUSING DEPARTMENT MISCELLANEOUS 002- 0000- 300. 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 55, 934- 52, 039- 55, 459- 3, 420 50, 232- 2, 773 61, 143- 64, 200- 67, 410- 70, 781- 002- 0000- 300, 07- 04 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 2, 830- 800- 850- 50 800- 50- BOB- 800- 800- 800- 002- 0000- 300, 07- 11 LABOR/ MATERIAL/ SUPPLIES 998- 800- 400- 400- 500- 100 BOB- BOB- 500- 500- 002- 0000- 300, 07- 12 LATE FEES 1, 530- 11000- 1, 000- 0 1, 000- 0 1, 000- 1, 000- 1, 000- 1, 000- 002- 0000- 300, 07- 13 LAUNDRY 13, 091- 14, 000- 141000- 0 14, 000- 0 14, 100- 14, 100- 14, 200- 14, 200- 002- 0000- 300, 07- 16 APPLICATION FEES 1, 000- 1, 000- 11700- 700 1, 000- 700- 1, 000- 11000- 1, 000- 1, 000- 002- 0000- 300, 07- 10 RESALE FEES 4, 500- 2, 000- 3, 500- 1, 500 2, 000- 1, 50D- 2, 000- 2, 000- 2, 000- 2, 000- 002- 0000- 300. 07- 73 PARKING FEES 2, 450- 1, 200- 2, 500- 1, 300 1, 500- 1, 000- 1, 500- 1, 500- 1, 500- 1, 500- REVENUE 03, 141- 72, 839- 79, 409- 6, 570 79, 032- 377- 82, 043- 85, 100- 88, 410- 91, 781- MISCELLANEOUS 03, 141- 72, 839- 79, 409- 6, 570 79, 032- 377- 82, 043- 85, 100- 88, 410- 91, 781- RENTAL REVENUE 002- 0000- 300, 11- 02 RENTS- BRUSH CREEK 149, 173- 154, 200- 154, 200- 0 155, 760- 1, 560 159, 780- 163, 080- 166, 380- 169, 680- 002- 0000- 300, 11- 03 RENTS- CREEKSIDE 458, 839- 472, 504- 477, 509- 4, 925 498, 660- 21, 151 500, 560- 519, 480- 530, 400- 541, 860- 002- 0000- 300, 11- 04 RENTS- PALISADES 208, 019- 215, 520- 213, 735- 1, 785- 217, 680- 3, 945 222, 000- 227, 640- 233, 280- 23B, 920- D02- 0000- 300, 11- 05 RENTS- VILLAS NORTH 311, 188- 320, 640- 319, 400- 1, 240- 319, 200- 200- 325, 800- 333, 240- 340, 680- 348, 120- 002- 0000- 300, 11- 06 VACANCY FACTOR 0 4, 000 0 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000- 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 REVENUE 1, 127, 219- 1, 150, 944- 1, 164, 844- 5, 900 1, 187, 300- 22, 456 1, 212, 140- 1, 239, 440- 1, 266, 740- 1, 294, 580- RENTAL REVENUE 1, 127, 219- 1, 158, 944- 1, 164, 844- 5, 900 1, 187, 300- 22, 456 1, 212, 140- 1, 239, 440- 1, 266, 740- 1, 294, 580- REVENUES 1, 210, 360- 1, 231, 783_ 1, 244, 253- 12, 470 1, 266, 332- 22, 079 1, 294, 183- 1, 324, 540- 1, 355, 150- 1, 306, 361- REVENUES 1, 210, 260- 1, 231, 783- 1, 244, 253- 12, 470 1, 266, 332- 22, 079 1, 294, 183- 1, 324, 540- 1, 355, 150- 1, 386, 361- HOUSING DEPARTMENT 1, 210, 360- 1, 231, 703- 1, 244, 253- 12, 470 1, 266, 332- 22, 079 1, 294, 183- 1, 324, 540- 1, 355, 150- 1, 386, 361- HOUSING DEPARTMENT 1, 210, 360- 1, 231, 783- 1, 244, 253- 12, 470 1, 266, 332- 22, 079 1, 294, 183- 1, 324, 540- 1, 355, 150- 1, 386, 361- HOUSING DEPARTMENT 1, 210, 360- 1, 231, 783- 1, 244, 253- 12, 470 1, 266, 332- 22, 079 1, 294, 183- 1, 324, 540- 1, 355, 150- 1, 3B6, 361- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 09, 11: 23: 49 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "" VARIANCE"` BUDGET •.. VARINACE"` BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET HOUSING DEPARTMENT NON- OPERATING REVENUES 002- 0000- 300, 12- 02 MORTGAGE NOTES/ REC 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 NON- OPERATING REVENUES 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 REVENUES 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 REVENUES 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 1, 672- 2, 300- 2, 300- 0 0 2, 300- 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 55 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2000 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ""* VAR IANCE""+ BUDGET +++ VARINACE"** BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET HOUSING DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES APARTMENT MGMT/ MNTN PERSONNEL SERVICES 002- 0000- 495. 20- 01 PAYROLL 215, 879 203, 750 177, 221 26, 529 199, 599 22, 378- 205, 587 211, 755 218, 107 224, 650 002- 0000- 495. 20- 03 PAYROLL- RECEPTIONIST 181115 22, 807 22, 395 412 24, 638 2, 243- 25, 377 26, 138 26, 923 27, 730 002- 0000- 495. 20- 04 PAYROLL- SNOWREMOVAL 3, 380 3, 000 3, 409 409- 6, 642 3, 153- 6, 041 7, 047 7, 258 7, 476 002- 0000- 495. 20- 05 PAYROLL- GROUNDSKEEPER 14, 214 16, 800 16, 764 36 0, 337 8, 427 8, 507 8, 845 91110 9, 383 002- 0000- 495. 20- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 3, 503 11500 1, 639 139- 1, 650 11- 1, 683 1, 717 1, 751 1, 706 002- 0000- 495. 20- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 108, 250 126, 153 100, 459 25, 694 112, 390 11, 931- 115, 762 119, 235 122, 812 126, 496 002- 0000- 495. 20- 30 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 200 200 0 400 200- 400 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 20- 12 TRAVEL 114 200 250 50- 250 0 250 250 250 250 EXPENDITURE 363, 455 374, 410 322, 417 51, 993 353, 906 31, 489- 364, 487 375, 387 386, 611 398, 171 PERSONNEL SERVICES 363, 455 374, 410 322, 417 51, 993 353, 906 31, 499- 364, 487 375, 367 386, 611 398, 171 PURCHASED SERVICES 002- 0000- 495. 21- 01 AUDIT 3, 136 3, 230 3, 230 0 3, 327 97- 3, 427 3, 530 3, 635 3, 745 002- 0000- 495. 21- 02 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE 10, 299 10, 608 10, 608 0 10, 926 318- 11, 254 11, 592 11, 939 12, 290 002- 0000- 495. 21- 03 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3, 414 2, 600 2, 500 100 2, 600 100- 2, 678 2, 758 2, 841 2, 926 002- 0000- 495. 21- 04 CARPET LABOR 1, 071 3, 605 2, 500 1, 105 21500 0 2, 575 2, 652 2, 732 2, 814 002- 0000- 495. 21- 05 CARPET CLEANING 726 1, 957 2, 016 59- 2, 016 0 2, 076 2, 138 2, 203 2, 269 002- 0000- 495. 21- 06 CONTRACT SERVICE 1, 002 3, 000 1, 000 1, 200 1, 500 300 1, 545 1, 591 1, 639 11688 002- 0000- 495. 21- 07 DRAPERY CLEANING 0 200 175 25 206 31- 212 219 225 232 002- 0000- 495. 21- 09 FIRE EXTINGUISHER MAINT 1, 930 1, 100 1, 100 0 1, 133 33- 1, 167 1, 202 1, 230 1, 275 002- 0000- 495. 21- 09 FORMICA REPAIRS 0 300 250 50 300 50- 325 325 325 325 002- 0000- 495. 21- 10 PAINTING/ EXT. BRUSH CREEK 6, 000 7, 000 7, 000 0 0 7, 000 0 22, 000 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 21- 12 PAINTING/ EXT. 0.5. 37, 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43, 125 0 002- 0000- 495. 21- 13 PAINTING/ EXT. PAL. 0 0 0 0 22, 000 22, 000- 0 0 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 21- 14 PAINTING/ EXT. V.N. O 0 0 0 0 0 25, 000 0 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 21- 15 SIDING REPAIR 64 300 200 100 300 100- 300 300 300 300 002- 0000- 495. 21- 16 TRASH PICKUP 14, 129 13, 260 14, 950 1, 690- 18, 688 3, 738- 19, 061 19, 442 19, 831 20, 228 002- 0000- 495. 21- 17 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING 25 25 25 0 25 0 25 25 25 25 002- OD00- 495. 21- 19 TRUSTEE FEES/ BONDS 3, 041 3, 500 3, 500 0 3, 500 0 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 002- 0000- 495. 21- 20 POSTAGE 0 25 25 0 25 0 25 25 25 25 002- 0000- 495. 21- 21 TELEPHONE 945 1, 339 1, 000 339 1, 030 30- 11061 1, 093 1, 126 1, 159 002- 0000- 495. 21- 22 UTILITIES- BRUSH CRK ELECT 4, 545 4, 200 4, 600 400- 4, 738 138- 4, 900 5, 027 5, 177 5, 333 002- 0000- 495. 21- 23 UTILITIES- CREEKSIDE ELECT 1, 822 1, 890 1, 950 60- 2, 009 59- 2, 069 2, 131 2, 195 2, 261 002- 0000- 495. 21- 24 UTILITIES- PALISADES ELECT 3, 395 3, 623 3, 102 521 3, 195 93- 3, 291 3, 390 3, 491 3, 596 002- 0000- 495. 21- 25 UTILITIES- V. NORTH ELECTRC 1, 987 1, 974 1, 875 99 1, 931 56- 1, 989 2, 049 2, 110 2, 174 002- 0000- 495. 21- 26 UTILITIES- BRUSH CK GAS 17, 066 16, 275 13, 775 2, 500 10, 000 4, 225- 18, 540 19, 096 19, 669 20, 259 002- 0000- 495. 21- 27 UTILITIES- V. NORTH GAS 18, 077 17, 640 15, 140 2, 500 19, 000 3, 860- 19, 570 20, 157 20, 762 21, 385 002- 0000- 495. 21- 28 W & S - BRUSH CREEK 9, 299 7, 571 7, 400 171 7, 622 222- 7, 851 8, 086 8, 329 8, 579 002- 0000- 495. 21- 29 W6 S - CREEKSIDE 13, 937 14, 420 14, 500 80- 14, 935 435- 15, 383 15, 845 16, 320 16, 809 002- 0000- 495. 21- 30 WS S - PALISADES 6, 317 8, 137 8, 400 263- 8, 652 252- 8, 912 9, 179 9, 454 9, 739 002- 0000- 495. 21- 31 WS S - VILLAS NORTH 9, 822 9, 602 9, 700 18- 9, 991 291- 10, 291 10, 599 10, 917 11, 245 002- 0000- 495. 21- 33 BACKFLOW TESTS 0 1, 150 1, 150 0 1, 200 50- 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 002- 0000- 495. 21- 34 RADIO REPAIRS 163 350 350 0 350 0 350 350 350 350 002- 0000- 495. 21- 36 WEED CONTROL 0 500 500 0 600 100- 600 600 600 600 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 55 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET **+ VAR LANCE'++ BUDGET *" VARINACE*** BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET EXPENDI TORE 169, 712 139, 461 133, 321 6, 140 162, 299 28, 978- 169, 157 170, 101 195, 283 156, 338 PURCHASED SERVICES 169. 712 139, 461 133, 321 6, 140 162, 299 28, 978- 169, 157 170, 101 195, 283 156, 338 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 002- 0000- 495. 22- 01 ADVERTISING 2, 832 2, 100 4, 000 1, 900- 2, 800 1, 200 2, 900 2, 900 2, 900 2, 900 002- 0000- 495. 22- 02 CARPET REPLACEMENT 2, 490 3, 000 3, 000 0 3, 000 0 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 3, 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- 03 DUES, MEMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRPT 0 50 40 10 50 10- 50 50 50 50 002- 0000- 495. 22- 05 EQUIPMENT- OFFICE 545 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 22- 07 INSURANCE- BRUSH CREEK 5, 099 5, 864 5, 324 540 6, 122 798- 6, 306 6, 495 6, 690 6, 890 002- 0000- 495. 22- 08 INSURANCE- CREEKSIDE 21, 351 24, 554 22, 292 2, 262 25, 636 3, 344- 26, 405 27, 197 28, 013 28, 854 002- 0000- 495. 22- 09 INSURANCE- PALISADES 4, 649 5, 346 4, 854 492 5, 582 728- 5, 749 5, 922 6, 100 6, 283 002- 0000- 495. 22- 10 INSURANCE- VILLAS NORTH 12, 160 13, 984 12, 696 1, 280 14, 600 1, 904- 15, 038 15, 409 15, 954 16, 432 002- 0000- 495. 22- 11 MISCELLANEOUS 0 75 75 0 100 25- 100 100 100 100 002- 0000- 495. 22- 12 TENANT PARTY 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- 13 PRINTING 284 150 150 0 150 0 150 150 150 150 002- 0000- 495. 2244 PER RESALE EXPENSES 334 300 300 0 300 0 300 300 300 300 002- 0000- 495. 22- 15 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 753 800 750 50 800 50- 800 800 800 800 002- 000D- 495. 22- 16 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 705 500 495 5 500 5- 500 500 500 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- 17 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 384 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 22- 18 SUPPLIES- MAINTENANCE 5, 302 61800 6, 700 100 7, 000 300- 7, 000 7, 000 7, 000 7, 000 002- 0000- 495. 22- 20 SUPPLIES- PAINTING 662 2, 400 2, 100 300 2, 200 100- 2, 200 2, 300 2, 300 2, 300 002- 0000- 495. 22- 21 SUPPLIES- PLUMBING 615 800 775 25 850 75- 900 900 900 900 002- 0000- 495. 22- 22 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 328 400 390 10 400 10- 400 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 22- 23 SUPPLIES- LAUNDRY 114 150 140 10 150 10- 150 150 150 150 002- 0000- 495. 22- 24 PARTS fi APPLIANCE 666 700 500 200 600 100- 700 700 700 700 002- 0000- 495. 22- 25 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 934 500 485 15 600 115- 600 600 600 600 002- 0000- 495. 22- 26 VEHICLE- GAS & OIL 2, 894 2, 700 2, 900 200- 3, 000 100- 3, 150 3, 308 3, 473 3, 647 002- 0000- 495. 22- 27 VEHICLE- EQUIPMENT 343 700 680 20 700 20- 800 800 800 800 002- 0000- 495. 22- 28 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 204 235 235 0 242 7- 249 257 264 272 002- 0000- 495. 22- 29 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 21915 2, 500 2, 300 200 2, 500 200- 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- 30 VEHICLE- REPAIRS LABOR 1, 143 1, 200 1, 400 200- 1, 400 0 1. 400 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- 34 UNIFORMS 724 1, 000 1, 000 0 11300 300- 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 002- 0000- 495. 22- 99 PURCHASING CARD CREDIT 471- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 67, 959 78, 108 74, 881 3, 227 81, 882 7, 001- 84, 447 86, 418 88, 244 90, 128 OPERATING 4 MAINTENANCE 67, 959 78, 108 74, 001 3, 227 81, 882 7, 001- 84, 447 86, 418 88, 244 90, 128 CAPITAL 002- 0000- 495. 24- 01 CASH PURCHASES 483 3, 900 2, 755 1, 145 0, 395 5, 640- 785 4, 500 0 3, 675 002- 0000- 495. 24- 02 APPLIANCE REPLACEMENT 739 1, 200 1, 175 25 1, 200 25- 1, 236 1, 273 1, 311 1, 351 002- 0000- 495. 24- 03 ROOF REPAIRS 1, 782 500 400 100 500 100- 500 500 500 500 002- 0000- 495. 24- 04 DRAPES & BLINDS REPLCEMNT 467 500 490 10 1, 000 510- 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 002- 0000- 495. 24- 08 SNOWBLOWER 1, 070 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 24- 10 LAWN MOWER 0 0 0 0 1, 100 1, 100- 0 0 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 24- 15 RADIO REPLACEMENT 379 575 745 170- 450 295 475 475 475 475 002- 0000- 495. 24- 16 LANDSCAPING- TREES 0 300 700 400- 500 200 400 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 24- 19 ASPHALT REPAIR 0 500 250 250 500 250- 500 500 500 500 EXPENDITURE 4, 920 7, 475 6, 515 960 13, 645 7, 130- 4, 896 8, 648 4, 186 7, 901 CAPITAL 4, 920 7, 475 6, 515 960 13, 645 7, 130- 4, 896 8, 648 4, 186 7, 901 APARTMENT MGMT/ MNTN 606, 046 599, 454 537, 134 62, 320 611, 732 74, 598- 622, 987 640, 554 674, 324 652, 538 EXPENDITURES 606, 046 599, 454 537, 134 62, 320 611, 732 74, 598- 622, 987 640, 554 674, 324 652, 538 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 55 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 3 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE"^ BUDGET - VARIAACE"` BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET HOUSING DEPARTMENT 606, 046 599, 454 537, 134 62, 320 611, 732 74, 598- 622, 987 640, 554 674, 324 652, 538 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 606, 046 599, 454 537, 134 62, 320 611, 732 74, 598- 622, 987 640, 554 674, 324 652, 538 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 606, 046 599, 454 537, 134 62, 320 611, 732 74, 598- 622, 987 640, 554 674, 324 652, 538 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 55 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 4 PROGRAM GM601L FOR PISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERI00 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET *++ VARIANCE+° BUDGET +++ VARIAACE+++ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 606, 046 599, 454 537, 134 62, 320 611, 732 74, 598- 622, 987 640, 554 694, 324 652, 538 PREPARED 09127/ 07, 11: 23: 34 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET '+' VARIANCE••• BUDGET '•' VARINACE•'+ BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET HOUSING DEPARTMENT 002- 0000- 495. 27- 04 TRANSFER OUT- GENERAL FUND 5, 201 5, 200 5, 201 1- 0 5, 201 0 O 0 0 EXPENDITURE 5, 201 5, 200 5, 201 1- p 5, 201 O 0 p 0 DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS 5, 201 5, 200 5, 201 1- 0 5, 201 0 0 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 28- G2 DEPRECIATION- BRUSH CREEK 2, 614 25. 710 3, 000 22, 710 3, 030 30- 3, 060 3, 091 3, 122 3, 153 002- 0000- 495. 28- 03 DEPRECIATION- CREEKSIDE 5, 575 09, 986 6, 000 83, 986 61060 60- 6, 121 6, 182 6, 244 6, 306 002- 0000- 495. 28- 04 DEPRECIATION- PALISADES 30, 671 46, 966 3, 000 43, 966 3, 030 30- 31060 3, 091 3, 122 3, 153 002- 0000- 495. 28- 05 DEPRECIATION- VILLAS NORTH 57, 848 59, 011 59, 011 0 59, 601 590- 60, 197 5, 000 5, 050 5, 101 002- GOOD- 495. 28- 06 DEPRECIATION- HOUSING E% PN 4, 966 5, 066 5, 066 0 5, 116 50- 5, 168 5, 219 5, 271 5, 324 002- 0000- 495. 28- 07 DEPRECIATION- EQUIPMENT 5, 969 6, 953 6, 953 0 7, 023 70- 7, 093 7, 164 7, 236 1, 308 002- 0000- 495. 28- 30 DEPRECIATION- VEHICLES 14, 496 24, 847 24, 047 0 25, 095 248- 25, 346 25, 599 25, 055 26, 113 002- 0000- 495- 28- 11 AMORTIZATION 12, 042 12, 042 12, 042 0 12, 042 0 12, 042 12, 042 12, 042 12, 042 EXPENDITURE 142, 181 270, 581 119, 919 150, 662 120, 997 1, 070- 122, 087 67, 388 67, 942 68, 500 NON- OPERATING EXPENSES 142, 181 270, 581 119, 919 150, 662 120, 997 1, 078- 122, 007 67, 388 67, 942 68, 500 APARTMENT MGMT/ MNTN 147, 382 275, 781 125, 120 150, 661 120, 997 4, 123 122, 007 67, 388 67, 942 68, 500 EXPENDITURES 147, 382 275, 781 125, 120 150, 661 120, 997 4, 123 122, 087 67, 388 67, 942 68, 500 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 147, 382 275, 781 125, 120 150, 661 120, 997 4, 123 122, 087 67, 388 67, 942 68, 500 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 147, 302 275, 781 125, 120 150, 661 120, 997 4, 123 122, 087 67, 388 67, 942 68, 500 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 147, 382 275, 781 125, 120 150, 661 120, 997 4, 123 122, 087 67, 388 67, 942 68, 500 MOUNTAIN VIEW EMPLOYEE HOUSING- RENTAL PROJECT 2008 SUMMARY SHEET 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING FUNDS AVAILABLE 1, 710, 328 00 $ 1, 858, 49438 $ 1, 918, 387. 00 $ 59. 892. 62 $ 1, 866. 53800 ($ 51. 849, 00) $ 1, 847, 266. 00 $ 2, 034, 449. 00 $ 2, 059, 469. 00 $ 2, 181, 542. 50 OPERATING REVENUES 1044, 968. 52 $ 1, 043, 675. 00 $ 1062, 699. 00 $ 19, 024. 00 $ 1, 072, 20200 $ 9, 503. 00 $ 1098, 48300 $ 112851300 $ 1, 157926. 00 $ 1187, 638. 00 OPERATING/ CAPITAL EXPEND 226, 866. 52) ($ 276, 676. 00) ($ 264, 98800) $ 11, 688. 00 ($ 317, 26000) ($ 52272. 00) ($ 31640900) ($ 338, 389. 00) ($ 360, 105. 00) ($ 338634. 00) DEBT SERVICE 544, 185. 00) ($ 549560. 00) ($ 549, 56000) 0.00 ($ 549, 81000) ($ 25000) ($ 55381000) ($ 551, 360. 00) ($ 552547. 50) ($ 552, 147. 50) NET OPERATING REV/ EXP 273917. 00 $ 217439. 00 $ 248, 151, 00 $ 30, 712. 00 $ 205, 132. 00 ($ 4301900) $ 22826400 $ 23876400 $ 245, 27350 $ 296856. 50 TRANSFER OVT- MOUNTAIN VIEW II 2478. 00) ($ 5436. 00) 5, 43600 000 TRANSFER OVT- HOUSING RENOVATIONS 0.00 ($ 30000000) ($ 300, 00000) 0.00 ($ 15000000) $ 150, 000. 00 CAPITAL RESERVES USED 12338000) ($ 149, 10100) 0. 00 $ 149, 10100 ($ 7440400) ($ 74, 40400) ($ 41, 081. 00) ($ 213] 44. 00) ($ 123, 20000) 0.00 YEAR END FUNDS AVAILABLE 1, 918, 387. 00 $ 1, 621. 3W38 $ 1. 866, 538. W $ 245, 141. 62 $ 1, 847. 266. 00 ($ 19. 272. 00) $ 2 034, 449. 00 $ 2, 059, 469. 00 $ 2, 181, 542. 50 $ 2, 478, 399. 00 MOUNTAIN VIEW FUNDS AVAILABLE SUMMARY 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BOND RESERVE FUND 528, 000. 00 $ 52800000 $ 528000. 00 0.00 $ 528, 000. 00 000 $ 528, 00000 $ 528000. 00 $ 528, 00000 $ 528, 000. 00 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 262, 940. 00 $ 108095. 00 $ 32371. 00 $ 215, 622. 00 $ 303, 269. 00 ($ 20, 44800) $ 32178800 $ 152, 87600 $ 61, 488. 00 $ 127, 180. 00 INTERFUND RECEIVABLE 000 000 000 UNAPPROPRIATED FUNDS 1, 127, 447, 00 $ 985, 301, 38 $ 1014, 82100 $ 2951962 $ 1, 015, 99700 1, 1600 $ 1, 184661. 00 $ 1378, 593. 00 $ 1592, 054. 50 $ 1823219. 00 ENDING FUNDS AVAILABLE 1, 918, 387. 00 $ 1, 621, 396. 38 $ 1, 866, 538. 00 $ 245, 141. 62 $ 1, 847, 266. 00 ($ 19, 272. 00) $ 2. 034, 449, 00 $ 2, 059, 469. 00 $ 2, 181. 542. 50 $ 2. 471, 399. 01 MOUNTAIN VIEW DEBT RATIO COVERAGE PER BOND DOCUMENTS 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DEBT RATIO CALCULATION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED DEBT SERVICE PAYMENT 54418500 $ 54956000 $ 54956000 0.00 $ 549, 81000 25000 $ 55391000 $ 55136000 $ 552, 547. 50 $ 552, 147. 50 DEBT COVERAGE RATIO( 105%) 27, 209. 25 $ 27, 47800 $ 2747800 000 $ 27, 49050 1250 $ 27, 69050 $ 27, 56800 $ 27. 62738 $ 27, 607. 38 DEBT COVERAGE CALCULATION OPERATING REVENUES 1, 044968. 52 $ 1043, 675. 00 $ 1062, 699. 00 $ 1902400 $ 1, 07220200 $ 9503. 00 $ 1, 09848300 $ 1128, 513. 00 $ 1157, 926. 00 $ 1,18 7, 63800 OPERATING/ CAPITAL EXPENDITURE$ 226, 86652) ($ 276. 676. 00) ($ 264, 98800) $ 1168800 ($ 31] 260. 00) ($ 52, 272. 00) ($ 316409. 00) ($ 338389. 00) ($ 360, 10500) ($ 338, 63400) LESS: CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 0. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 000 000 000 0. 00 0.00 000 DEBT SERVICE PAYMENT 544, 18000) ($ 549, 56000) ($ 549, 560. 00) 0. 00 ($ 54981000) ($ 25000) ($ 55391000) ($ 551, 360. 00) ($ 552, 547. 50) ($ 552547, 50) OPERATING BALANCE 27392200 $ 217, 439. 00 $ 248, 15100 $ 30, 712. 00 $ 205132. 00 ($ 43019. 00) $ 22826400 $ 238, 764. 00 $ 245, 273. 50 $ 296, 456. 50 DEBT COVERAGE REQUIRED 2720925) ($ 2747800) ($ 27478. 00) 000 ($ 2749050) 12.50) ($ 21690. 50) ($ 2756800) ($ 27627. 38) ($ 2760 7, 38) BALANCE REMAINING 246] 12. 75 $ 189, 96100 $ 220, 673. 00 $ 30, 71200 $ 177641. 50 ($ 43, 031. 50) $ 200, 573. 50 $ 21119600 $ 217, 646. 13 $ 268, 849. 13 MOUNTAIN VIEW EMPLOYEE HOUSING - RENTAL PROJECT FUNDING FOR CAPITAL RESERVE 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED NET OPERATING REV/ E%P 273917, 00 $ 217, 439. 00 $ 248151. 00 $ 30, 712. 00 $ 205, 13200 ($ 4301900) $ 228264. 00 $ 238764. 00 $ 245, 27350 $ 296, 856. 50 Capital Reserve Contribution 39811. 00) ($ 39407 00) ($ 50, 75600) ($ 11349. 00) ($ 53, 956. 00) ($ 3, 200. 00) ($ 59, 600. 00) ($ 4483200) ($ 31812. 00) ($ 65, 692. 00) NETOPERATING BALANCE 234, 106, 00 $ 178, 032. 00 $ 19739500 ($ 12, 53300) $ 15317600 ($ 46219. 00) $ 168664. 00 $ 193932. 00 $ 213461. 50 $ 231164. 50 MOUNTAIN VIEW I RENT STRUCTURE 2007 - 2012 mm 2007 2007 1 2. me 2000 2009 z.9 zoW m10 mw MW mu mu mu zmz xOlz zmz A MONTHLY ANNJAL % MONTNLY ANNUAL % T- I MOMKY A. AL % MONTHLY ANOOAL % MONT. ANNUAL % MIXRNLY ANAIAL % U66T SE @UTS RENT6 INCOME ' MOT REM$ INCOME IN@. { PENES INCOME IN@ REMS INCOME IN@. PENT6 INCOME INCT - PENT6 INCOME IWT STWIO 40 $ 55500 § z664N, W 183% 55600] $ 260 BW,W 0901. $ 51000 § 2] 36000] 1]9% $ 5AR. fE00, 00] W 263X $.. $ 2H,.. 256X $ 61500 $ 295ZLO, W 250% ONE RED IB $ Rm. $ 113, 000. 190% $ 01000 § 17196000 06E% $ 03000 $ 1]9,3. 03 247% § 0$ 000 $ 103600, 00 ICI. 0) 000 $ 167, 92000 235% - § 09000 $ 192$ 4000 230% Z RED 757 RE 6 § 1035. $ 99. 36000 191% $ 1, 045. 510313. 00 097% $ 107000 j102,) 200J 139% $ 11. 00 $ 105, 60000 Z.% § 1, 13000 $ 106, 400. 1] 3X $ 1160. § 111360[ 0 265% E RED 10055F EI f1.2.. 5302, N3.. E13% ' $ 1310. $. 910. 0M I, E40. $ 31EA000D 245% $ 1]) 000 fIZ00400] 1M $ 1300,. 01".. 236% $ 1, 33000 $ 335160,. 1311. 30- 0 5 $ 1, 540. § 92400. 199X $ 15. 00 f93000.. 065- $ 1, 560. $ 9-- 900.. 194% § 1,6- 000 { 9IE. W 253X $ 164500 390, 70000 154% { 16) 000 $ 1. 20]0] 111% j TOTAL RENT 92 931, 440. F $ 94= 0.0 962000, 00 99). 24000 1010,] 0000 1, 034. 16000 MOUNTAIN VIEW I RESERVE FUND REQUIREMENTS 2008 - 2012 PURCHASE SALVAGE 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 DESCRIPTION AMOUNT DATE VALUE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE ASPHALT Mountain View 46, 081 2009 33, 081 3, 000 $ 0 $ 0 $ 36, 081 5, 000 $ 0 $ 0 $ 41081 0 $ 5, 000 $ 41081 0 Mountain View 57, 596 2026 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 BOILER Mountain View Laundry 6, 000 2008 5, 450 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 5, 450 0 $ 550 $ 5450 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Replacement 6, 600 2018 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 660 $ 0 $ 0 $ 660 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Replacement 16, 200 2008 $ 800 $ 8, 766 2, 922 $ 0 $ 0 $ 11, 688 0 $ 3712 $ 11, 688 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Replacement 17, 720 2013 $ 800 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 3, 384 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3384 Replacement 21, 000 2018 $ 800 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 PAINTING- EXTERIOR Mt. View Re- paint 128, 380 2006 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0_ $ 0 0 Re- paint 154, 000 2011 0 30, 800 $ 0 $ 0 $ 30, 800 30, 800 $ 0 $ 0 $ 61, 600 30, 800 $ 0 $ 0 $ 92, 400 Re- paint 169, 400 2016 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 ROOFS Mountain View Roof Repair 5, 000 2007 0 $ 5, 000 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 M.V. Roof Replacement 205, 000 2010 143, 651 11, 349 $ 0 $ 0 $ 160, 000 15, 000 $ 0 $ 0 $ 175000 15, 000 $ 0 $ 0 $ 190, 000 Replacement 230, 010 2027 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ o $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Vehicle Replacement 2102000 F350 37, 900 2010 $ 6000 $ 19, 276 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 22, 432 3, 156 $ 0 $ 0 $ 25, 588 3, 156 $ 0 $ 0 $ 28, 744 replacement 49, 000 2020 $ 6, 500 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 2331997 W2500 34, 604 2008 $ 5, 000 $ 25, 875 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 27, 740 0 $ 1, 864 $ 27, 740 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 replacement 47, 000 2018 $ 6, 000 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 4, 100 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4, 100 WATER HEATER REPLACEMENT Mountain View 36, 800 2008 26, 841 2, 685 $ 0 $ 0 $ 29, 526 0 $ 6, 844 $ 29, 526 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Replacement 37, 500 - 2023 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 2, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 2. 500 GRAND TOTAL 262, 940 50756 $ 5, 000 $ 0 $ 323, 717 53, 956 $ 12, 970 $ 74, 404 $ 303269 59, 600 $ 5, 000 $ 41081 $ 321788 Mountain View roof repair$ 5, 000 dollars was paid from the 2007mof replacement reserve balance and the roof replacement was postponed until 2010 Vehicle replacement was funded in the 2007 Housing Reserve Fund and these vehicles were transferred to the Mountain View Reserve Fund in 2008 MOUNTAIN VIEW I RESERVE FUND REQUIREMENTS 2008 - 2012 PURCHASE SALVAGE 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 DESCRIPTION AMOUNT DATE VALUE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE ASPHALT Mountain View 46081 2009 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Mountain View 57596 2026 0 3, 388 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3388 3388 $ 0 $ 0 $ 6, 776 3388 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10, 164 BOILER Mountain View Laundry 6, 000 2008 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ o 0 $ o $ 0 $ o 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Replacement 6, 600 2018 660 66D $ 0 $ 0 $ 1320 660 $ 0 $ 0 $ 1, 980 660 $ 0 $ 0 $ 2640 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Replacement 16200 2008 $ 800 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Replacement 17, 720 2013 $ 800 $ 3, 384 3, 384 $ 0 $ 0 $ 6, 768 3384 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10, 152 3384 $ 0 $ 0 $ 13536 Replacement 21, 000 2018 $ 800 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 PAINTING- EXTERIOR Mt, View Re- paint 128, 380 2006 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Re- paint 154, 000 2011 92, 400 30, 800 $ 0 $ 0 $ 123200 0 $ 30, 800 $ 123, 200 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Re- paint 169, 400 2016 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 33, 880 $ 0 $ 0 $ 33880 ROOFS Mountain View Roof Repair 5, 000 2007 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 M.V. Roof Replacement 205, 000 2010 190, 000 0 $ 15, 000 $ 185000 $ 5, 000 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 5, 000 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 5000 Replacement 230, 010 2027 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 13, 530 $ 0 $ 0 $ 13, 530 13, 530 $ 0 $ 0 $ 27, 060 Vehicle Replacement 2102000 F350 37, 900 2010 $ 6000 $ 28, 744 0 $ 3, 156 $ 28, 744 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 replacement 49, 000 2020 $ 6, 500 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 4250 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4, 250 4250 $ 0 $ 0 $ 8500 2331997 W2500 34, 604 2008 $ 5, 000 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 replacement 47, 000 2018 $ 6, 000 $ 4, 100 4, 100 $ 0 $ 0 $ 8200 4, 100 $ 0 $ 0 $ 12, 300 4, 100 $ 0 $ 0 $ 16400 WATER HEATER REPLACEMENT Mountain View 36, 800 2008 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 Replacement 37, 500 2023 2, 500 2500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 5, 000 2, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 7500 2500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10000 GRAND TOTAL 321, 788 44832 $ 18156 $ 213744 $ 152, 876 31812 $ 30, 800 $ 123, 200 $ 61488 65692 $ 0 $ 0 $ 127, 180 Mountain View root repair$ 5,01)() dollars was paid from the 2007root rep Vehicle replacement was funded in the 2007 Housing Reserve Fund ant PREPARED 09/ 2]/ 0], 11: 23: 10 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VAR IANCE`+` BUDGET +++ VARINACE^' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MOUNTAIN VIEW I MISCELLANEOUS 004- 0000- 300. 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 102, 195- 87, 135- 102, 859- 15, 724 108, 002- 5, 143 113. 403- 119, 073- 125, 026- 131, 2]8- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 04 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 360- 200- 200- 0 200- 0 200- 200- 200- 200- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 11 LABOR/ MATERIAL/ SUPPLIES 2, 630- 700- 700- 0 700- 0 700- 700- 700- 00- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 12 LATE FEES 3, 473- 2, 000- 3, 100- 1, 100 2, 000- 1, 100- 2, 000- 2, BOB- 2, 000- 2, 000- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 13 LAUNDRY 19, 3]1- 19, 500- 19, 000- 500- 19, 500- 500 19, 500- 19, 500- 19, 500- 19, 500- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 13 RESALE FEES 2, 000- 2, 000- 900- 1, 100- 2, 000- 1, 100 2, 000- 2, 000- 21000- 2, 000- 004- 0000- 300. 0]- 03 PARKING FEES 900- 200- 1, 500- 1, 300 300- 1, 200- 300- 300- 300- 300- REVENUE 130, 931- 111, 735- 128, 259- 16, 524 132, 702- 4, 443 138, 103- 143, 773- 145, 726- 155, 978- MISCELLANEOUS 130, 931- 111, 735- 120, 259- 16, 524 132,] 02- 4, 443 138, 103- 143, 773- 149, 726- 155, 978- RENTAL REVENUE 004- 0000- 300, 11- 01 RENTS- MOUNTAIN VIEW 914, 038- 934, 440- 934, 440- 0 942, 000- 7, 560 962, 8B0- 987, 240- 1, 010, 700- 1, 034, 160- 004- 0000- 300, 11- 06 VACANCY FACTOR 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500- 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 REVENUE 914, 038- 931, 940- 934, 440- 2, 500 939, 500- 5, 060 960, 380- 984, 740- 1, 008, 200- 1, 031, 660- RENTAL REVENUE 914, 038- 931, 940- 934, 440- 2, 500 939, 500- 5, 060 960, 380- 984, 740- 1, 000, 200- 1, 031, 660- REVENUES 1, 044, 969- 1, 043, 675- 1, 062, 699- 19, 024 1, 072, 202- 9, 503 1, 098, 483- 1, 120, 513- 1, 157, 926- 1, 18], 638- REVENUES 1, 044, 969- 1, 043, 6]5- 11062, 699- 19, 024 1, 072, 202- 9, 503 1, 090, 483- 1, 128, 513- 1, 15], 926- 1, 187, 636- MOUNTAIN VIEW I 1, 044, 969- 1, 043, 675- 1, 062, 699- 19, 024 1, 072, 202- 9, 503 1, 090, 4B3- 1, 128, 513- 1, 157, 926- 1, 187, 638- MOUNTAIN VIEW I 1, 044, 969- 1, 043, 675- 1, 062, 699- 19, 024 1, 072, 202- 91503 1, 098, 483- 1, 128, 513- 1, 157, 926- 1, 187, 638- MOUNTAIN VIEW I 1, 044, 969- 1, 043, 675- 1, 062, 699- 19, 024 1, 072, 202- 9, 503 1, 098, 483- 1, 128, 513- 1, 157, 926- 1, 187, 638- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 21 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2030 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE`+'* BUDGET *"* VARIAACE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MOUNTAIN VIEW I EXPENDITURES MOUNTAIN VIEW PERSONNEL SERVICES 004- 0000- 497. 35- 01 PAYROLL 29, 854 51, 612 44, 510 7, 102 66, 650 22, 140- 60, 650 70, 709 72, 830 75, 015 004- 0000- 497. 35- 03 PAYROLL- RECEPTIONIST 18, 962 22, 807 22, 406 401 24, 638 2, 232- 25, 377 26, 138 26, 923 27, 730 004- 0000- 497. 15- 04 PAYROLL- SNOWREMOVAL 2, 765 3, 000 4, 071 1, 071- 4, 428 357- 4, 561 4, 698 4, 839 4, 964 004- 0000- 497. 35- 05 PAYROLL- GROUNDSKEEPER 100 0 0 0 0, 837 8, 837- 9, 102 9, 375 9, 656 9, 946 004- 0000- 497. 35- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 623 1, 100 1, 282 182- 1, 280 2 1, 318 1, 350 1, 399 1, 441 004- 0000- 497. 35- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 25, 123 20, 126 24, 951 3, 175 41, 691 16, 740- 43, 776 45, 964 48, 263 50, 676 004- 0000- 497. 35- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 250 250 0 350 100- 250 250 250 250 004- 0000- 497. 35- 12 TRAVEL 88 125 175 50- 175 0 175 175 175 175 EXPENDITURE 77, 515 107, 020 97, 645 9, 375 148, 049 50, 404- 153, 209 158, 667 164, 335 170, 217 PERSONNEL SERVICES 77, 515 107, 020 97, 645 9, 375 148, 049 50, 404- 153, 209 158, 667 164, 335 170, 217 PURCHASED SERVICES 004- 0000- 497. 36- 01 AUDIT 2, 324 2, 394 2, 394 0 2, 466 72- 2, 540 2, 616 2, 694 2, 775 004- 0000- 497. 36- 02 ADMINISTRATIVE FEES 10, 298 10, 607 10, 607 0 10, 925 318- 11, 253 11, 590 11, 930 12, 296 004- 0000- 497. 36- 03 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1, 913 1, 854 11850 4 11906 56- 1, 963 2, 022 2, 082 2, 145 004- 0000- 497. 36- 04 CARPET LABOR 1, 450 6, 000 5, 950 50 6, 000 50- 6, 180 6, 365 6, 556 6, 753 004- 0000- 497. 36- 05 CARPET CLEANING 2, 235 11858 1, 800 58 2, 000 200- 2, 060 2, 122 2, 185 2, 251 004- DODO- 497. 36- 06 CONTRACT SERVICES 257 3, 000 1, 000 2, 000 800 200 800 800 800 800 004- 0000- 497. 36- 07 DRAPERY CLEANING 50 155 100 55 100 0 103 106 109 113 004- 0000- 497. 36- 08 FIRE EXTINGUISHER MAINT 0 567 560 7 450 110 464 477 492 506 004- 0000- 497. 36- 09 FORMICA REPAIRS 0 300 295 5 300 5- 300 300 300 300 004- 0000- 497. 36- 15 SIDING REPAIRS 124 150 100 50 150 50- 150 150 150 150 004- 0000- 497. 36- 17 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 23 25 25 0 25 0 25 25 25 25 004- 0000- 497. 36- 19 TRUSTEE PEES/ BONDS 2, 292 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 O 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 004- 0000- 497. 36- 20 POSTAGR 0 15 15 0 15 0 15 15 15 15 004- 0000- 497. 36- 21 TELEPHONE 1, 109 1, 494 1, 100 394 1, 133 31- 1, 167 1, 202 1, 238 1, 275 004- 0000- 497. 36- 22 UTILITIES- MV ELECTRIC 6, 926 7, 459 7, 150 309 7, 365 215- 7, 438 7, 513 7, 588 7, 664 004- 0000- 497. 36- 26 UTILITIES- MV NATURAL GAS 3, 583 3, 005 3, 000 085 3, 833 833- 3, 948 4, 066 4, 108 4, 314 004- 0000- 497. 36- 20 WATER 6 SANITATION- M.V. 26, 713 26, 523 26, 500 23 27, 295 795- 28, 114 28, 957 29, 826 30, 721 004- 0000- 497. 36- 33 WEED CONTROL 289 500 450 50 500 50- 500 500 500 500 004- 0000- 497. 36- 34 BACKFLOW TESTS 0 900 900 0 900 0 900 900 900 900 004- 0000- 497. 36- 35 TRASH FEES 9, 851 9, 000 10, 950 1, 950- 13, 680 2, 730- 14, 098 14, 521 14, 957 15, 405 EXPENDITURE 69, 517 77, 686 75, 746 1, 940 80, 851 5, 105- 83, 018 85, 247 87, 543 89, 908 PURCHASED SERVICES 69, 517 77, 686 75, 746 1, 940 80, 051 5, 105- 83, 018 85, 247 87, 543 89, 908 OPERATING £ MAINTENANCE 004- 0000- 497. 37- 01 ADVERTISING 2, 797 2, 000 3, 000 1, 000- 2, 500 1, 300 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 004- 0000- 497. 17- 02 CARPET 2, 705 6, 800 6, 700 100 7, 000 300- 7, 000 7, 000 7, 000 7, 000 004- 0000- 497. 37- 03 DUES, MEMOERSHIPS, SU£ SCRPT 60 45 45 0 45 0 45 45 45 45 004- 0000- 497. 37- 05 EQUIPMENT- OFFICE 0 150 140 10 150 10- 150 150 150 150 004- 0000- 497. 37- 06 INSURANCE 33. 344 38, 346 35, 288 3, 058 40, 501 5, 293- 41, 393 42, 220 43, 065 43, 926 004- 0000- 497. 37- 11 MISCELLANEOUS 86 60 1, 250 1, 190- 60 1, 190 60 60 60 60 004- 0000- 497. 37- 13 PRINTING 0 150 135 15 150 15- 150 150 150 150 004- 0000- 497. 37- 15 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 787 750 725 25 750 25- 750 750 750 750 004- 0000- 497. 37- 16 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 606 500 490 30 500 10- 500 500 500 500 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 21 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2001 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET •++ VARIANCE+++ BUDGET +++ VARINACE" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 004- 0000- 497. 37- 17 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 376 350 250 100 350 100- 350 350 350 350 004- 0000- 497. 37- 18 SUPPLIES- MAINTENANCE 5,] 81 6, 400 6, 900 500- 6, 900 0 7, 038 7, 179 7, 322 7, 469 004- 0000- 497. 37- 20 SUPPLIES- PAINTING 1, 015 1, 900 11900 0 1, 900 0 1, 900 1, BID 1, 900 1, 900 004- 0000- 497. 37- 21 SUPPLIES- PLUMBING 1, 060 700 675 25 700 25- 650 650 700 700 004- 0000- 497. 37- 22 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 479 300 650 350- 350 300 350 350 350 350 004- 0000- 497. 37- 23 SUPPLIES- LAUNDRY 449 400 500 100- 450 50 450 450 450 450 004- 0000- 497. 37- 24 PART/ APPLIANCES 1, 094 800 500 300 800 300- 500 500 500 500 004- 0000- 497. 37- 25 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 544 500 400 100 500 100- 500 500 500 500 004- 0000- 497. 37- 26 VEHICLE- GAS & OIL 1, 755 1, 785 1, 900 115- 2, 000 100- 2, 060 2, 122 2, 185 2, 251 004- 0000- 497. 37- 28 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 204 235 199 36 229 30- 236 243 250 258 004- 0000- 497. 37- 29 UNIFORMS SB4 900 900 0 900 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, ODD 004- 0000- 497. 37- 30 VEHICLE- PARTS S SUPPLIES 750 1, 450 1, 425 25 1, 500 75- 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 004- 0000- 497. 37- 31 VEHICLE- REPAIRS LABOR 1, 143 1, 400 1, 375 25 1, 400 25- 1, 400 1, 400 1, 400 1, 400 EXPENDITURE 55, 635 65, 921 66, 147 226- 69, 715 3, 568- 70, 482 71, 519 72, 627 73, 709 OPERATING S MAINTENANCE 55, 635 65, 921 66, 147 226- 69, 715 3, 568- 70. 482 71, 519 72, 627 73, 709 CAPITAL 004- 0000- 497. 39- 01 CONCRETE SIDEWALK REPLCMT 0 600 0 600 0 0 0 0 0 0 004- 0000- 497. 39- 02 COMMERCIAL LAWN MOWER 0 0 0 0 975 975- 0 0 0 0 004- 0000- 497. 39- 03 LANDSCAPING 0 400 500 100- 400 100 400 400 400 400 004- 0000- 497. 39- 04 APPLIANCE REPLACEMENT 1, 716 2, 200 2, 000 200 2, 200 200- 2, 200 2, 300 2, 300 2, 300 004- 0000- 497. 39- 05 ASPHALT REPAIR 1, 105 10, 000 12, 000 2, 000- 600 11, 400 600 600 600 600 004- 0000- 497. 39- 06 ROOF REPAIRS 3, 534 5, 000 5, 000 0 500 4, 500 500 500 500 500 004- 0000- 497. 39- 08 CASH PURCHASES 3, 201 6, 849 5, 000 1, 049 12, 970 7, 970- 5, 000 18, 156 30, 800 0 004- 0000- 497. 39- 13 DRAPES 6 BLINDS RRPLCEMNT 1, 233 1, 000 950 50 1, 000 50- 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 004- DODO- 497. 39- 15 HANG RAIL REPLACEMENT 4, 913 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 15, 702 26, 049 25, 450 599 18, 645 6, 805 9, 700 22, 956 35, 600 4, 800 CAPITAL 15, 702 26, 049 25, 450 599 18, 645 6, 805 9, 700 22, 956 35, 600 4, 800 MOUNTAIN VIEW 210, 369 276, 676 264, 988 11, 688 317, 260 52, 272- 316, 409 338, 389 360, 105 338, 634 EXPENDITURES 210, 369 276, 676 264, 988 11, 688 317, 260 52, 272- 316, 409 338, 389 360. 105 338. 634 MOUNTAIN VIEW I 210, 369 276, 676 264, 988 11, 688 317, 260 52, 272- 316, 409 338, 389 360, 105 338, 634 MOUNTAIN VIEW 1 218, 369 276, 676 264, 988 11, 688 317, 260 52, 272- 316, 409 338, 389 360, 105 338, 634 MOUNTAIN VIEW 1 210, 369 276, 676 264, 988 11, 688 317, 260 52, 272- 316, 409 338, 389 360, 105 338, 634 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 13 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM CM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 00/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET - VARIANCE- 1 BUDGET ".* VARINACE- BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MOUNTAIN VIEW I EXPENDITURES MOUNTAIN VIEW NON- OPERATING EXPENSES 004- 0000- 497. 43- 02 DEPRECIATION- MIN VIEW 267, 327 267, 820 267, 820 0 270, 49B 2, 678- 273, 203 275, 935 278, 694 201, 401 004- 0000- 497. 43- 03 AMORTIZATION/ ISSUE 6 DISC 34, 959 34, 959 34, 959 0 34, 959 0 34, 959 34, 959 34, 959 34, 949 EXPENDITURE 302, 286 302, 779 302, 779 0 305, 457 2, 678- 308, 162 310, 894 313, 653 316, 430 NON- OPERATING EXPENSES 302, 286 302, 779 302, 779 0 305, 457 2, 678- 300, 162 310, 894 313, 653 316, 430 MOUNTAIN VIEW 302, 286 302, 779 302, 779 0 305, 457 2, 678- 300, 162 310, 894 313, 653 316, 430 EXPENDITURES 302, 286 302, 779 302, 779 0 305, 457 2, 678- 308, 162 310, 894 313, 653 316, 430 MOUNTAIN VIEW I 302, 206 302, 779 302, 779 0 305, 457 2, 678- 308, 162 310, 894 313, 653 316, 430 MOUNTAIN VIEW I 302, 286 302, 779 302, 779 0 305, 457 2, 678- 308, 162 310, 894 313, 653 316, 420 MOUNTAIN VIEW I 302, 286 302, 779 302, 779 0 305, 457 2, 678- 308, 162 310, 894 313, 653 316, 430 MOUNTAIN VIEW - PHASE 11 EMPLOYEE HOUSING RENTAL PROTECT 2008 SUMMARY SHEET 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING FUNDS AVAILABLE 107, 675. 00 $ 108, 651. 00 $ 112, 065. 00 $ 3, 414. 00 $ 122, 881. 00 $ 10, 816. 00 $ 111, 683. 00 $ 136, 099. 00 $ 169, 643. 00 $ 176, 964. 00 REVENUES 230, 553. 40 $ 235, 607. 00 $ 235, 931. 00 $ 324. 00 $ 240, 435. 00 $ 4, 504. 00 $ 246, 810. 00 $ 253, 164. 00 $ 259, 147. 00 $ 270, 610. 00 OPERATING/ CAPITAL EXPEND 59, 73840) ($ 67, 335. 00) ($ 60, 460. 00) $ 6, 875. 00 ($ 70, 578. 00) ($ 10118. 00) ($ 66, 989. 00) ($ 68, 915. 00) ($ 73, 006. 00) ($ 73806. 00) DEBT SERVICE 158, 750. 00) ($ 164, 655. 00) ($ 164, 655. 00) 0. 00 ($ 160, 055. 00) $ 4, 600. 00 ($ 155, 405. 00) ($ 150, 705. 00) ($ 155, 905. 00) ($ 155, 570. 00) NET OPERATING REV/ EXP 12065. 00 $ 3, 617. 00 $ 10, 816. 00 $ 7. 199. 00 $ 9, 802. 00 ($ 1014. 00) $ 24, 416. 00 $ 33, 544. 00 $ 30, 236. 00 $ 41, 234. 00 TRANSFER IN- MOUNTAIN VIEW 000 $ 5, 436. 00 0. 00 ($ 5, 43600) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 CAPITAL RESERVES USED 7, 675. 00) ($ 18, 000. 00) 0. 00 $ 16, 000. 00 ($ 21000. 00) ($ 21000. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 ($ 22, 915. 00) ($ 4, 500. 00) YEAR END FUNDS AVAILABLE BALANCE $ 112, 065. 00 $ 99, 704. 00 $ 122, 881. 00 $ 23, 177. 00 $ 111, 683. 00 ($ 11, 198. 00) $ 136, 099. 00 $ 169, 643. 00 $ 176, 964. 00 $ 213, 698. 00 MOUNTAIN VIEW - PHASE II FUNDS AVAILABLE SUMMARY 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 57, 615. 00 $ 46, 365. 00 $ 67, 365. 00 $ 21000. 00 $ 53115. 00 ($ 14, 250. 00) $ 65, 625. 00 $ 78, 135. 00 $ 65, 605. 00 $ 72, 677. 00 UNAPPROPRIATED FUNDS 54, 450. 00 $ 53339. 00 $ 55, 51600 $ 2177. 00 $ 58, 568, 00 $ 3052. 00 $ 70, 474. 00 $ 91, 508. 00 $ 111, 359. 00 $ 141, 021. 00 ENDING FUNDS AVAILABLE 112, 065. 00 $ 99, 704. 00 $ 122, 881. 00 $ 23, 177. 00 $ 111, 683. 00 ($ 11, 198. 00) $ 136, 099. 00 $ 169, 643. 00 $ 176, 964. 00 $ 213, 698. 00 MOUNTAIN VIEW - PHASE II FUNDING FOR CAPITAL RESERVE 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED NET OPERATING REV/ EXP 12065. 00 $ 3, 617. 00 $ 10, 816. 00 $ 7, 199. 00 $ 9, 802. 00 ($ 1014. 00) $ 24, 416. 00 $ 33, 544. 00 $ 30, 23600 $ 41234. 00 Capital Reserve Contribution 11, 185. 00) ($ 39, 407. 00) ($ 9750. 00) $ 29, 657. 00 ($ 6, 750. 00) $ 3, 000. 00 ($ 12, 510. 00) ($ 12, 510. 00) ($ 10, 385. 00) ($ 11, 572. 00) NET OPERATING BALANCE 880. 00 ($ 35, 790. 00) $ 1, 066. 00 $ 36, 856. 00 $ 3, 052. 00 $ 1, 986. 00 $ 11, 906. 00 $ 21, 034. 00 $ 19, 851. 00 $ 29, 662. 00 MOUNTAIN VIEW II RENT STRUCTURE 2007- 2012 B007 2007 x007 2008 BIDS 2008 2009 2009 2009 Bolo Bolo 2030 2011 Bon Bess zllz zmx zolz t MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % MONTHLY ANNVAL % MONTHLY ANNUAL % UNIT SIZE UNITS RENTS INCOME INT. RENTS INCOME INCR. RENTS INCOME INCA, RENTS INCOME INCR. RENTS . COME INCR. RENTS INCOME THOR STUDIO 17 5696. $ 121300, 00 259% $. Ow SII3420W 168X $ 62000 $ 126! 8000 248% : $ 63500 3129, 60000 242X $ 65060 $ 132, E0O. W 2.36% $ 67000 $ 13668000 308% STVDIO, Mtit, Apt. 1 f9200 $ 1, 10400 OOOX f266W 5306000 000% $ 27000 $ 024000 OUC% $ 2900D $ 308000 000% $ 300. 00 $ 360000 000% $ 32000 $ J840, W OW% ONE BEDROOM 65000 $ 40800. 00 291% $ 66000 $ 9126000 1.18% $ 800. 00 54229000 233% $ 900. 00 $ 4320000 221% $ 92000 $ 4916000 222% $ 97500 $ 46, 00000 598% 2 BEDROOM 4 51270. 00 $ 60, 96000 2.83% S1, 280.. $ 61, 44000 079% $ 01000 $ 62, 88000 234% $ 1] 4500 $ 696.. 00 267% $ 1, 375. 00 SEE,," DO 223% $ 196000 $] 008000 6.18% 6RANO TOTAL RENT 16 22424400 2292. 00 234, 840 D] 240, 78000 24606000 Z5740O, D0 Mountain View II Snowmass Village Housing Department 2008- 2012 Replacement Salavage 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 Expense Year Value Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance ASPHALT Mountain View 11 25, 040. 00 2011 14, 415. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 16, 540. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 18, 665. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 20, 790. 00 replacement 31, 305. 00 2026 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 ASPHALT SEAL COAT Mountain View II 3, 600. 00 2006 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 BOILER Mountain View 11 Laundry $ 1, 500. 00 2014 700. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 800. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 000. 00 Replacement 1, 800. 00 2029 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Building Boilers 15, 000. 00 2019 5, 250. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 6, 000. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 6, 750. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 7, 500. 00 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Mountain View 11 6, 000. 00 2006 $ 600. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Mountain View It 6, 500. 00 2012 $ 600. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 800. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 2, 700. 00 Mountain View 11 7, 476. 00 2018 $ 600. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 PAINTING 15, 250. 00 2003 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Painting Schedule 26, 000. 00 2008 18, 000. 00 $ 3, 000. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 21, 000. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 5, 000. 00 $ 21, 000. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Painting Schedule 28, 800. 00 2013 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 5, 760. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 5, 760. 00 Painting Schedule 32, 000. 00 2018 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 ROOFS Mountain View 11 45, 125. 00 2015 19, 250. 00 $ 2, 875. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 22, 125. 00 $ 2, 875. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 25, 000. 00 $ 2, 875. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 27, 875. 00 GRAND TOTAL 57, 615. 00 $ 9, 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 67, 365. 00 $ 6, 750. 00 $ 5, 000. 00 $ 21, 000. 00 $ 53, 115. 00 $ 12, 510. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 65, 625. 00 Mountain View It Snowmass Village Housing Department 2008- 2012 Replacement Salavage 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 Expense Year Value Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance ASPHALT Mountain View II 25, 040. 00 2011 20, 790. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 22, 915. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 22, 915. 00 $ 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 replacement 31, 305. 00 2026 0. 00. $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 2, 087. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 2, 087. 00 ASPHALT SEAL COAT Mountain View 11 3, 600. 00 2006 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 BOILER Mountain View 11 Laundry $ 1, 500. 00 2014 1, 000. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 100. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 200. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 300. 00 Replacement 1, 800. 00 2029 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Building Boilers 15, 000. 00 2019 7, 500. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 8, 250. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 9, 000. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 9, 750. 00 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Mountain View II 6, 000. 00 2006 $ 600. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Mountain View II 6, 500. 00 2012 $ 600. 00 $ 2, 700. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 3, 600. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 4, 500. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 4, 500. 00 $ 0. 00 Mountain View 11 7, 476. 00 2018 $ 600. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 PAINTING 15, 250. 00 2003 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Painting Schedule 26, 000. 00 2008 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Painting Schedule 28, 800. 00 2013 5, 760. 00 $ 5, 760. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 11, 520. 00 $ 5, 760. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 17, 280. 00 $ 5, 760. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 23, 040. 00 Painting Schedule 32, 000. 00 2018 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 ROOFS Mountain View II 45, 125. 00 2015 27, 875. 00 $ 2, 875. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 30, 750. 00 $ 2, 875. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 33, 625. 00 $ 2, 875. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 36, 500. 00 GRAND TOTAL 65, 625. 00t1= 2, 51 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 78, 135. 00 $ 10, 385. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 22, 915. 00 $ 65, 605. 00 $ 11, 572. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 4, 500. 00 $ 72, 677. 00 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 31 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT OESCRI PTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE"` BUDGET "` VARINACE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MOUNTAIN VIEW II MISCELLANEOUS 008- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 7, 521- 7, 138- 6, 962- 176- 7, 310- 340 7, 675- 8, 059- 8, 462- 8, 885- 008- 0000- 300, 07- 04 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 59- 25- 25- 0 25- 0 25- 25- 25- 25- 000- 0000- 300, 07- 11 LABOR/ MATERIAL/ SUPPLIES 240- 100- 50- 50- 100- 50 100- 100- 100- 100- 008- 0000- 300, 07- 12 LATE FEES 940- 400- 550- 150 400- 150- 400- 400- 400- 400- 000- 0000- 300, 07- 13 LAUNDRY 3, 295- 3, 900- 3, 500- 400- 3, 600- 100 4, 000- 4, 000- 4, 000- 4, 000- 008- 0000- 300, 07- 73 PARKING FEES 250- 300- 600- 300 300- 300- 300- 300- 300- 300- REVENUE 12, 305- 11, 863- 11, 687- 176- 11, 735- 48 12, 500- 12, 884- 13, 287- 13, 710- MISCELLANEOUS 12, 305- 11, 863- 11, 687- 176- 11, 735- 40 12, 500- 12, 084- 13, 287- 13, 710- TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 000- 0000- 300, 00- 03 TRANSFER IN - MTN VIEW 2, 478- 5, 436- 0 5, 436- 0 0 O 0 0 0 REVENUE 2, 478- 5, 436- 0 5, 436- 0 O 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 2, 478- 5, 436- 0 5, 436- O 0 0 0 0 0 RENTAL REVENUE 000- 0000- 300, 11- 06 VACANCY FACTOR 0 500 0 500 500 500- 500 500 500 500 000- 0000300. 11- 07 RENTS- MOUNTAIN VIEW II 210, 248- 224, 244- 224, 244- 0 229, 200- 4, 956 234, 840- 240, 780- 24 , 360- 257, 400- REVENUE 218, 248- 223, 744- 224, 244- 500 228, 700- 4, 456 234, 340- 240, 280- 2455, 860- ------ 0- RENTAL REVENUE 218, 248- 223, 744- 224, 244- 500 228, 700- 4, 456 234, 340- 240, 2BO- 245, 860- 256, 900- REVENUES 233, 031- 241, 043- 235, 931- 5, 112- 240, 435- 4, 504 246, 840- 253, 164- 259, 147- 270, 610- REVENUES 233, 031- 241, 043- 235, 931- 5, 112- 240, 435- 4, 504 246, 040- 253, 164- 259, 147- 270, 610- MOUNTAIN VIEW II 233, 031- 241, 043- 235, 931- 5, 112- 240, 435- 4, 504 246, 840- 253, 164- 259, 147- 270, 630- MOUNTAIN VIEW II 233, 031- 241, 043- 235, 931- 5, 112- 240, 435- 4, 504 246, 840- 253, 164- 259, 147- 270, 630- MOUNTAIN VIEW II 233, 031- 241, 043- 235, 931- 5, 112- 240, 435- 4, 504 246, 840- 253, 164- 259, 147- 270, 610- PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 24 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET *** VARINACE" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MOUNTAIN VIEW II EXPENDITURES MOUNTAIN VIEW II PERSONNEL SERVICES 000- 0000- 500. 35- 04 PAYROLL- SNOW REMOVAL 1, 372 1, 000 992 8 1, 107 115- 1, 022 1, 052 1, 084 1, 117 008- 0000- 500. 35- 05 PAYROLL- GROUNDSKEEPER 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 008- 0000- 500. 35- 06 PAYROLL- MAINTENANCE MAN 4, 307 3, 758 3, 470 280 3, 416 54 3, 574 3, 681 3, 792 3, 906 008- 0000- 500. 35- 08 PAYROLL - O.T. 112 300 210 82 220 2- 275 300 300 300 008- 0000- 500. 35- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 1, 524 1, 475 1, 435 40 1, 507 72- 1, 582 1, 661 1, 745 1, 832 EXPENDITURE 7, 324 6, 533 6, 115 418 6, 250 135- 6, 453 6, 694 6, 921 7, 155 PERSONNEL SERVICES 7, 324 6, 533 6, 115 418 6, 250 135- 6, 453 6, 694 6, 921 7, 155 PURCHASED SERVICES 008- 0000- 500. 36- 01 AUDIT 617 636 636 0 655 19- 675 695 716 737 008- 0000- 500. 36- 03 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2, 941 2, 400 2, 300 100 2, 450 150- 2, 524 2, 599 2, 677 2, 750 008- 0000- 500. 36- 04 CARPET LABOR 558 800 500 300 600 100- 618 637 656 675 008- 0000- 500. 36- 05 CARPET CLEANING 490 500 400 100 500 100- 515 530 546 563 008- 0000- 500. 36- 06 CONTRACT SERVICE 96 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 008- 0000- 500. 36- 07 DRAPERY CLEANING 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 008- 0000- 500. 36- 08 FIRE EXTINGUISHER MAINE. 0 120 150 30- 150 0 155 159 164 169 008- 0000- 500. 36- 09 FORMICA REPAIRS 0 75 75 0 75 0 75 75 75 75 008- 0000- 500. 36- 19 TRUSTEE FEES/ BONDS 150 250 200 50 225 25- 225 225 225 225 008- 0000- 500. 36- 21 TELEPHONE 1, 282 1, 440 1, 440 0 1, 450 10- 1, 483 1, 528 1, 574 1, 621 008- 0000- 500. 36- 22 UTILITIES - ELECTRIC 1, 916 2, 200 2, 150 50 21215 65- 2, 281 2, 349 - 2, 420 2, 492 008- 0000- 500. 36- 26 UTILITIES - NATURAL GAS 19, 829 17, 500 18, 000 500- 19, 630 1, 630- 20, 219 20, 825 21, 450 22, 094 000- 0000- 500. 36- 28 WATER 6 SANITATION 7, 003 8, 034 7, 800 234 8, 034 234- 8, 275 0, 523 0, 779 9, 042 008- 0000- 500. 36- 29 TRASH FEES 3, 392 3, 090 3, 400 310- 4, 250 850- 4, 378 4, 509 4, 644 4, 783 000- 0000- 500. 36- 34 BACKFLOW TESTS 0 425 425 0 425 0 425 425 425 425 EXPENDITURE 39, 074 37, 520 37, 526 6- 40, 709 3, 183- 41, 898 43, 129 44, 401 45, 709 PURCHASED SERVICES 39, 074 37, 520 37, 526 6- 40, 709 3, 183- 41, 098 43, 129 44, 401 45, 709 OPERATING A MAINTENANCE 008- 0000- 500. 37- 01 ADVERTISING 0 75 200 125- 75 125 75 75 75 75 008- 0000- 500. 37- 02 CARPET 0 1, 200 1, 200 0 1, 300 100- 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 008- 0000- 500. 37- 06 INSURANCE 12, 454 14, 322 12, 600 1, 722 14, 490 1, 890- 14, 490 14, 925 15, 372 15, 834 008- 0000- 500. 37- 11 MISCELLANEOUS 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 008- 0000- 500. 37- 15 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 168 175 150 25 175 25- 175 175 175 175 008- 0000- 500. 37- 16 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 205 300 275 25 300 25- 300 300 300 300 008- 0000- 500. 37- 17 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 008- 0000- 500. 37- 18 SUPPLIES- MAINTENANCE 304 500 075 375- 600 275 600 600 600 600 008- 0000- 500. 37- 20 SUPPLIES- PAINTING 194 400 300 100 400 100- 400 400 400 400 008- 0000- 500. 37- 21 SUPPLIES- PLUMBING 134 150 150 0 150 0 150 150 150 150 008- 0000- 500. 37- 23 SUPPLIES- LAUNDRY 58 75 60 15 75 15- 75 75 75 75 000- 0000- 500. 37- 24 PARTS- APPLIANCES 168 150 135 15 150 15- 150 150 150 150 000- 0000- 500. 37- 25 SUPPLIES/ BUILDING 0 75 75 0 75 0 75 75 75 75 000- 0000- 500. 37- 26 VEHICLE- GAS b OIL 516 425 400 25 400 0 412 424 437 450 000- 0000- 500. 37- 28 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 204 235 199 36 229 30- 236 243 250 259 000- 0000- 500. 37- 30 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 100 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 EXPENDITURE 14, 585 18, 282 16, 819 1, 463 18, 619 1, 800- 18, 638 19, 092 19, 559 20. 042 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 24 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERI00 08/ 2007 2007 2000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2000 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "' VARIANCE"' BUDGET "' VARINACE*" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET OPERATING 4 MAINTENANCE 14, 585 18, 282 16, 819 1, 463 18. 619 1, 800- 18, 638 19, 092 19. 559 20, 042 CAPITAL OUTLAY 008- 0000- 500. 39- 01 CASH PURCHASES 1, 750 5, 000 0 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000- 0 0 2, 125 900 EXPENDITURE 1, 750 5, 000 0 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000- 0 0 2, 125 900 CAPITAL OUTLAY 1, 750 5, 000 0 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000- 0 0 2, 125 900 MOUNTAIN VIEW RI 62, 733 67, 335 60, 460 6, 875 70, 578 10, 118- 66, 989 68, 915 73, 006 73, 806 EXPENDITURES 62, 733 67, 335 60, 460 6, 075 70, 578 10, 118- 66, 989 68, 915 73, 006 73, 806 MOUNTAIN VIEW II 62, 733 67, 335 60, 460 6, 875 70, 578 10, 110- 66, 989 68, 915 73, 006 73, 806 MOUNTAIN VIEW II 62, 733 67, 335 60, 460 6, 875 70, 570 10, 110- 66, 989 60, 915 73, 006 73, 006 MOUNTAIN VIEW 11 62, 733 67, 335 60, 460 6, 075 70, 578 10, 110- 66, 909 60, 915 73, 006 73, 806 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 28 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET "` VARIANCE"` BUDGET ""` VARINACE"` BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET MOUNTAIN VIEW IE EXPENDITURES MOUNTAIN VIEW II AMORTIZATION EXPENSE 008- 0000- 500. 42- 01 AMORTIZATION 3, 876 3, 076 3, 876 0 3, 876 0 3, 876 3, 876 3, 876 3, 876 EXPENDITURE 3, 876 3, 076 3, 076 0 3, 876 0 3, 876 3, 876 3, 876 3, 876 AMORTIZATION EXPENSE 3, 876 3, 876 3, 876 0 3, 876 0 3, 876 3, 076 3, 876 3, 876 PREPARED 09/ 27/ 07, 11: 23: 28 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 08/ 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2006 2007 REVISED 2007 PROPOSED 2008 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET ^" VARIANCE^ a BUDGET "' VARIAACE* BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BRUNET NON- OPERATING EXPENSES 008- 0000- 500. 43- 01 DEPRECIATION- BUILDINGS 113, 507 67, 543 114, 000 46, 457- 115, 140 1, 140- 115, 140 116, 291 117, 454 118, 629 EXPENDITURE 113, 507 64, 543 114, 000 46, 457- 115, 140 1, 140- 115, 140 116, 291 117, 454 118, 629 NON- OPERATING EXPENSES 113, 507 67, 543 114, 000 46, 457- 115, 140 1, 140- 115, 140 116, 291 117, 454 118, 629 MOUNTAIN VIEW 1I 117, 383 71, 419 117, 876 46, 457- 119, 016 1, 140- 119, 016 120, 167 121, 330 122, 505 EXPENDITURES 117, 383 71, 419 117, 876 46, 457- 119, 016 1, 140- 119, 016 120, 167 121, 330 122, 505 MOUNTAIN VIEW 11 117, 383 71, 419 117, 876 46, 457- 119, 016 1, 140- 119, 016 120, 167 121, 330 122, 505 MOUNTAIN VIEW II 117, 383 71, 419 117, 876 46, 457- 119, 016 1, 140- 119, 016 120, 167 121, 330 122, 505 MOUNTAIN VIEW II 117, 383 71, 419 117, 876 46, 457- 119, 016 1, 140- 119, 016 120, 167 121, 330 122, 505 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY 2007 RESEARCH P R E P A R E D F O R Town of Snozomass Village PREPARED BY RRC Associates 4940 Pearl East Circle, Suite 103 Boulder, Colorado 80301 303.449.6558 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Table of Contents Overviewof Results.................................................................................................................... 1 Introduction and Methodology ...................................................................................................4 Demographics and Respondent Characteristics.......................................................................... 4 SurveyOverview........................................................................................................................ 5 General State of Snowmass Village........................................................................................ 5 Issues of Importance............................................................................................................... 8 ImportanceRatings............................................................................................................... 10 SatisfactionRatings .............................................................................................................. 11 Communication and Information.......................................................................................... 19 FutureDirection.................................................................................................................... 22 Attachments Survey Instrument Fill-in Categorized Comments—Direction, Sense ofCommunity, Attitude Towards Vision RRC Associates Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Overview of Results Results from the Snowmass Village community survey conducted in August of 2007 yielded the following key findings: The 2007 Community Survey was fielded using a combination of a mail-back surveys sent to box holders and a web survey sent to households on the Snowmass Village email list. While all surveys were fully tabulated and analyzed, only mail-back surveys are included in this Executive Summary and report. Respondents were composed of 56 percent year-round residents, 41 percent seasonal residents, and 4 percent employees or business owners who do not live in Snowmass Village. Most respondents had lived in Snowmass Village for more than 5 years (84 percent); own their residence (85 percent); were empty-nesters (45 percent), and were, on average, 55 years old. Recreation services and amenities currently offered in the Town received relatively strong ratings, especially with regards to trails throughout the Village and pool and fitness facilities. When asked specifically what improvements respondents would like to see made, many expressed a desire for additional classes, programs, and activities; better parking at trailheads; and maintenance of existing facilities and parks. Suggestions for new facilities included an ice rink, skate park, fitness room, multi-purpose room (at recreation center), climbing gym, and picnic areas. The survey asked about the "two biggest issues facing the town in order of priority." The many open-ended (that is, in respondents' own words) comments were grouped into categories as shown below. Growth, development, construction, and parking were most frequently mentioned. WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE ARE THE TWO BIGGEST ISSUES, IN ORDER OF PRIORITY, FACING THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE? Overall Growth/Density/Crowding/Overbuilding 21% Development 20% Construction 19% Parking/Transportation/Traffic 19% Community(sense,feel, quality of life) 18% Town Government/Services/Tax 17% Base Village 17% Housing 13% Employment/Economic 9% Environment/Natural Resource/Wildlife 8% Event/Amenities/Marketing 7% Cost of Living 2% Other 2% Recreation/Parks/Open space/Trails 1% An important purpose of the survey was to evaluate public perceptions of various Snowmass Village facilities and services. Ratings were relatively consistent across all groups of respondents (e.g., year-round vs. seasonal residents, various household RRC Associates 1 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 compositions, etc.). Public works, police services, the Village Shuttle, recreation, and the housing department were rated high overall. Certain aspects of Town government, Town boards, planning services, roads and parking, and communication were rated relatively lower. In general, the lower ratings correspond with responses on other questions including those that address the overall "direction" of the Town, attitudes toward new development, and sense of community. In other words, those that are negative tend to be negative across a number of the questions involving ratings and satisfaction. The ratings can be used to benchmark current conditions and to identify areas of improvement that can be targeted by local officials and staff. Over time, these services can be monitored and public input can be used to gauge changes in perceptions. Respondents indicated that the Town could improve and increase communications in order to reach a larger proportion of the community. Greater utilization of and more frequent updates on the Website, more information in the local newspaper, and email updates or newsletters would be effective ways to reach residents (year-round and seasonal) and employees. Results from a variety of open-ended questions indicated increased and clearer communication (such as in regards to construction, community events, and Town decisions, etc.) to community members would significantly benefit the Town's population. The survey included a few questions that probed how respondents perceived the sense of community and their attitudes toward the current state and future direction of Snowmass Village. In general, seasonal residents, newer residents, and empty-nesters were more positive about current conditions and future directions of the Town, while year-round and long-time residents were less optimistic. The Base Village and new development were commonly mentioned as the basis for both positive and negative attitudes toward the current conditions and future direction of the Town. Comments included excitement about the future of the new development once construction is completed, but others described feelings that the design of Base Village is too large-scale and will degrade the small-town atmosphere of the Town. Respondents were asked if they felt things in Snowmass Village were going in the right direction, or if they had gotten off on the wrong track. More than half(54 percent) of all respondents felt things had gotten off on the wrong track, while 31 percent felt it was going in the right direction. This relatively negative perception is very closely associated with more negative ratings of the delivery of town services and with a question on the vision" of the new Snowmass Village. In addition, the "wrong track" respondents are especially concerned with growth, density, crowding, and overbuilding. When asked to think about the "vision" for the new Snowmass Village, and all the improvements that are occurring, 23 percent are "very excited," 37 percent are somewhat excited," and 36 percent of respondents describe their attitude as "not at all excited." In other words, about two-thirds of respondents are "excited" about the direction and about one-third are "not at all excited" or have a negative opinion of it. Those that are not excited about new development are especially likely to feel that Snowmass Village is on the wrong track. The survey asked "Over the past two years, has the sense of community within the Town improved, gotten worse, or stayed the same?" Eight percent of respondents felt RRC Associates 2 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 the sense of community had improved, 61 percent thought it had gotten worse, and 19 percent felt it had stayed the same. Respondents were asked about their current usage of the rodeo facilities and opinions of whether they would like to see the land and facilities continued to be used as is, developed for different uses in the future while maintaining the rodeo uses, or with reduced rodeo usage. The rodeo grounds are viewed as a valuable aspect of the community, but many respondents feel that the land could be used more efficiently and with increased usage for other activities during the week. More than half of respondents (56 percent) preferred maintaining the facilities for rodeo use but also developing it for other uses such as a multipurpose events area. Opinions from year-round and seasonal residents were similar and expressed a desire to emphasize open space rather than to add more facilities or buildings if development were to take place. More than two-thirds of respondents indicated that there are specific infrastructure items or programs they would like to see added to serve the Town in the next five years. Adding facilities such as a library, movie theater, performing arts center, ice rink, and a larger selection of restaurants and retail establishments were mentioned the most. When asked specifically what key elements they would like to see in the mall area, many respondents indicated a desire for new and varied restaurants and retail stores. RRC Associates 3 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Introduction and Methodology The Town of Snowmass Village conducted a survey of full- and part-time residents, property owners, and business owners to evaluate opinions on a variety of current issues and how the Town is progressing into the future. A combination of mail and Web-based surveys was used to evaluate respondents' level of satisfaction with respect to a full range of services and to gather opinions on selected issues currently facing the Snowmass Village community. The survey was mailed on July 13, 2007 to approximately 1,650 mailbox holders in Snowmass Village listed by the U.S. Post Office. In addition, a sampling of 600 second home owners was also sent a survey in order to reach a representative sample of the Town. A Web-based survey was also made available on the Town's website which was available for anyone to take. In addition, a total of 1,200 invitations were sent via email inviting households to complete the survey. The list used for this mailing was provided by the Town and contained names of individuals that have expressed interest in being informed about current events in the Town. The list includes year-round residents, seasonal residents, business owners, and other interested parties. In order to increase awareness of the survey, advertisements were placed in the Snowmass Village Sun. A total of 412 mail surveys were received as of August 31, for a total response rate of 18.7 percent, and 86 Web surveys were completed during the same time period for a response rate of 7 percent, or about 22 percent of the estimated 400 persons that typically open emails from the Town. The 600 second home owners yielded 103 responses for a response rate of 17 percent. Throughout this report, the analysis focuses on responses from the mail survey, both year- round and seasonal residents, because these responses represent a representative sample of area residents, while the Web survey includes self-selected responses. Open-ended comments from all surveys are summarized in the results, and where appropriate, comparisons to the Web results are noted in the report. Cross-tabulations (i.e., statistical breakdowns that segment responses to the survey into subgroups such as results by gender) of both Web and mail results were provided to the Town under separate cover. Demographics and Respondent Characteristics Characteristics of mail survey respondents are summarized below, providing a basis for the cross-tabulations used throughout this report and analysis. Fifty-six percent of respondents describe themselves as year-round residents, 41 percent as seasonal residents/second-homeowners, and 4 percent as employees or business owners who do not reside in Snowmass Village. Of the residents, 22 percent own or operate a business within the Town. Fifty-seven percent of all respondents are registered to vote in Snowmass Village; 91 percent of year-round respondents are registered to vote in the Town. The average age of respondents is 55 years, with 61 percent of all respondents over the age of 55. Empty-nesters (households with children no longer living at home) were the most RRC Associates 4 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 prevalent household type (45 percent of responding households), followed by households with children (25 percent), couples without children (15 percent), and singles (15 percent). Seventy-one percent of respondents own a free-market unit, 14 percent own a deed- restricted unit, and 10 percent rent a Town-owned unit or unit with subsidized rates. The majority of respondents live in Upper Village (21 percent), Melton Ranch/Sinclair (14 percent), Horse Ranch Neighborhood (12 percent), and Mountain View/Creekside (11 percent). Almost 30 percent of respondents do not live in one of the areas listed on the survey, citing areas such as Ridge Run, Daly Town Homes, Crestwood, Interlude, Timberline, and Wood Run. More than 80 percent of respondents have both a cell phone and landline, while 10 percent have only a cell phone. This question was asked in order to evaluate the potential limitations of phone surveys as a means of reaching a representative sample of Snowmass Village residents. More than half of respondents (53 percent) have lived or owned property in the Town of Snowmass Village for more than 15 years (84 percent have lived in the Town for more than five years). Survey Overview General State of Snowmass Village Responses to many of the survey questions are influenced by the type of resident responding year-round, seasonal, etc.) and length of time lived or owned property in Snowmass Village. Year-round residents are generally more negative as are long-time residents and property owners. Sense of Direction. Respondents were asked whether they felt things in the Town of Snowmass Village were going in the "right direction" or have they got off on the "wrong track." While 31 percent of respondents feel the Town is going in the right direction, 54 percent indicated that it was on the wrong track, and 14 percent did not know. Seasonal residents tended to be more positive about the Town's direction (39 percent"right direction"; 41 percent wrong track"), along with empty-nesters (37 percent"right direction"; 47 percent"wrong track"). Results also varied slightly by the length of time respondents had lived in Snowmass Village. Respondents who had lived in Town five years or less were slightly more positive about the Town's direction, while respondents who had lived in the Town for more than five years were generally more likely to feel that the Town was on the wrong track, and those who had lived in the Town more than 15 years were especially likely to feel that the Town was headed in the wrong direction. RRC Associates 5 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SENSE OF DIRECTION o, Overall sa°i 27% Year-round resident 63% I Seasonal resident 41% 7. 23% Non-resident-em ployeelbusiness owner 1.; ,:...:v,. :. se% 0 Right direction Wrong track ICI Don'tknow Less than 1 year 30% 400%, I 1 -5 years 48% i 29°A 6-15 years 55% i I More than 15 years 29% 60% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 601/6 70% 80% Percent Responding Further probing of those that feel that the town is on the "wrong track" suggest that there are a variety of concerns held by this group. A review of open-ended responses shows that attitudes on growth, development, and overbuilding are frequently at the heart of responses. These comments are summarized below and a complete breakdown of responses is provided in the appendix. Right direction A great deal of effort seems to be being made to keep dirt down. Buildings appear to be very attractive as they are going up. Childrenl's center is certainly an incredibly important addition. Right direction A wonderful direction with some discomfort during the process. Right direction After 25 years of talking, we are finally seeing positive results-long overdue to be economically viable! Right direction Change badly needed to happen and the re-investment in the local lodges is testament to the improvements that will greatly improve the town. Right direction Construction is always difficult bit it is the right direction. I live with construction in my other hometown but results are worth t. Right direction Development is good,but overcrowding without proper facilities is not Right direction I'd like to have a better idea ofwhat the overall general plan is forbase village,mall and shopping center Right direction Just going too slowly-too much politics Right direction Long term GAIN,short term PAIN Right direction Maybe with the increase in businesses there will be restaurants ofquality open all year'round Right direction Need the updates and base village,but need to be managed and citizens informed Right direction New base is an economic necessity RRC Associates 6 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Right direction Now after such a monumental redevelopment let's have a moratorium!!! Right direction Poor start-better comective actions Right direction Recent efforts to provide more employee housing have helped stabilize the local workforce. Need so much more. Right direction Right direction,just 10 years behind Right direction The Base Village Development was approved by voters and now everyone on both sides ofthe issue should support the Project. Community divisiveness only hinders the process and causes tensions that are hard to get rid of. Right direction the fact that this survey is going out is great.and we are expanding the base village without much disruption to me. Right direction The scale of these projects is too large Right direction To date,question as to future Right direction Want to say right track,but to be determined by finished product Right direction We are finally updating after 30years ofneglect Right direction We needed Base Village to get other properties to reinvest in themselves Right direction We needed the"upgrade"change and it will take time to accomplish Right direction We were lacking as a first class resort,this will revive the entire town as it should Wrong track After the Base Village aprovals, the development community is seeming to look for more ways to increase their financial bottom line. Wrong track Again too manypeople,it will be CROWDED Wrong track Allowed too much height and density in new Base Village-bad aestheticsjust like the mass of Woodmn Place Wrong track Base Village is too big. Developers sold us a bill of goods,bailed out, village willbe a mess for the next 5 years. Wrong track Compromising with developers Wrong track Construction is eating up our way oflife. Stop it now! Wrong track Council members who do not want to"solve"problems;rather they want to"create"problems Wrong track Development for development's sake,fostering image improvements ratherthan functional improvements Wrong track Development needs to continue,but it seems like Related is running the town more and more. Wrong track Don't like size and scope of Base Village! Wrong track Giving away the area to developers,not caring for locals any more Wrong track Having only one main commercial owner is dangerous.Maybe it will work,but A is a big risk. Wrong track Lack of planning-giving developers everything they want Wrong track Life in Snowiness Village is too frantic. Vacation time is not relaxing. Wrong track Look at the monstrosities being built in Base Village. And that is only Phase One.Look how many construction projects are underway in our village.How long until the bubble bursts and we are left with the debris? Wrong track Major stakeholders need to move forward! Find compromise! The village is at a point of no return. We are losing market share. Wrong track Need to hold developers accountable Wrong track New base village retail spaces monopolized and too little opportunity for"little guy,"poorplanning/not enough parking,housing in development Wrong track Not a responsible growth plan Wrong track Seems to be going from family oriented to"high end market" Wrong track Should be stronger on comprehensive plan for long term Wrong track Too much emphasis on money, character being lost Wrong track We are not looking out for the community Wrong track We are not the little village tucked away in the mountains any more Wrong track We need more environmental and local oriented thinkers RRC Associates 7 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Respondents who feel the Town is on the "wrong track" are also especially likely to feel that communications within the Town are poor (47 percent are dissatisfied) and that the value of the Town's "aspiration statement" is weak (49 percent of"wrong track" respondents say it is "not at all valuable" compared to 13 percent of"right direction" respondents who say it is "not at all valuable'). Finally, there are very different ratings among the "wrong track/right direction" respondents of the "vision for the new Snowmass Village." Things in the Town are: Attitude towards the new"vision:" Going in the Right Direction On the Wrong Track Very excited 55% 4% Somewhat excited 40% 31% Not at all excited 3% 62% Don't know 1% 3% Sense of Community. Respondents were asked whether they feel the sense of community in the Town of Snowmass Village has improved, gotten worse, or stayed the same over the past two years. The majority of respondents (61 percent) felt the sense of community had gotten worse, compared to 8 percent who felt that it had improved, 17 percent who felt it had stayed the same, and 15 percent who did not know or did not have an opinion. As evidenced by the open-ended comments, many respondents feel the development of Base Village has divided the Town and consequently has degraded the sense of community. Many felt that if the community is able to move on from the decisions of Base Village, there will be opportunities for the Town to initiate revitalization of the sense of community. Comprehensive Plan. When asked whether they were aware of the Town's 1998 Comprehensive Plan, 55 percent of respondents overall indicated that they were aware of the plan. As expected, year-round residents were more aware of the plan in comparison to seasonal residents (62 percent vs. 47 percent), and residents who had lived in the Town for more than 15 years were the most likely to be aware of the plan (70 percent). Aspiration Statement. Similarly, year-round residents (56 percent) and long-time residents lived in the Town for 15 years or more) (56 percent)were the most likely to be aware of the Town's Aspiration Statement (compared to overall respondents who indicated an awareness level of 43 percent). It is interesting to note that when respondents were asked to rate the value of the Aspiration Statement, year-round residents and long-time residents were among the segments that rated it the lowest, consistent with the generally lower ratings provided by these segments in most of the categories in the survey. Issues of Importance The Most Important Issues—Open Ended Comments. Respondents were asked to provide what they feel are the two biggest issues facing the Town of Snowmass Village. Evaluating open-ended comments with regard to the most important issues in Snowmass Village, the largest percentage of respondents identified growth/density/crowding/overbuilding (21 percent) as one of the top two issues facing the Town. Along the same lines, specific comments referring to development (20 percent) and construction (19 percent) were also priorities, followed by parking/transportation/traffic (19 percent), the sense/feeling of community and RRC Associates 8 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 quality of life (18 percent), Town Government/services/taxes (17 percent), and Base Village (17 percent). Particularly important to year-round residents were the issues of construction, development, sense/feeling of community, and Town Government. Of greater relative importance to seasonal residents were growth/density/crowding/overbuilding, Base Village, and parking/transportation/traffic. It is important to note that not all respondents are identifying each of these categories because they support them. Some are opposed but recognize the debate that has occurred and press coverage of particular interest in recent years. WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE ARE THE TWO BIGGEST ISSUES, IN ORDER OF PRIORITY, FACING THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE? Year-round Seasonal Overall resident resident Growth/Density/Crowding/Overbuilding 21% 18% 25% Development 20% 22% 17% Construction 19% 24% 16% Parking/Transportation/Traffic 19% 15% 22% Community(sense,feel,quality of life) 18% 20% 17% Town Govern ment/Services/Tax 17% 20% 13% Base Village 17% 12% 23% Housing 13% 17% 7% Employment/Economic 9% 11% 6% Environment/Natural Resource/Wildlife 8%7% 9% Event/Amenities/Marketing 7%6% 9% Cost of Living 2%1% 4% Other 2%1% 3% Recreation/Parks/Openspace/Trails 1%1% 2% When open-ended comments are evaluated along with responses on the "biggest issue," a more complete picture of opinions emerges. A complete list of comments has been provided under separate cover. RRC Associates 9 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Importance Ratings The survey also addressed the importance of various issues and opportunities that had been identified prior to fielding the survey. These issues and opportunities, which are summarized in the following two graphs, show a clear prioritization by survey respondents. When asked "how important are the following to you and your household?" using a 1"to "5" scale, the results show"green initiatives and sustainable building practices in the Town organization and building codes" is a top priority among all respondents (74 percent of overall respondents rated it as a A" or"5 — Extremely Important"), along with "additional parking providing access to skiing," which was extremely important to 63 percent of all respondents. As illustrated below, the priorities of year-round residents and seasonal residents differ on a few issues. Green initiatives and sustainable building practices, indoor multi purpose events facility, new conference center, and library services are of particular importance to year-round residents, while additional parking to provide access to skiing and a movie theater are of slightly greater importance to seasonal residents than year-round residents. HOW IMPORTANT ARE THE FOLLOWING TO YOU AND YOUR HOUSEHOLD? By Residential Status Green initiatives and sustainable building practices in the town 82% organization and building codes E759% 65/0 I Additional parking providing access to skiing 64°1 77% The special events program to attract visitors 58% I 52% Mode theater 60% o I I 57% 1, Indoor multi-purpose events facility i 45/° 1 58% I i 47% Performing arts center 48% 6% i 53% New conference center 64°h 45% Having library seNces available in the town 32% N Year-round IS Seasonal 38%Business owner/emp Addition of an ice rink 34% 54 I 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Percent Responding"48 5-Extremely Important" RRC Associates 10 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 A set of clear priorities is also apparent when looking at results by family status. While green initiatives and sustainable building practices is the top priority overall and for most household types, it is noticeably less of a priority for empty-nesters, who make up almost half of the respondent population. Although green initiatives and sustainable building practices is still one of the top priorities for empty-nesters, additional parking providing access to skiing is equally as important an issue for them. As would be expected, a movie theater, indoor multi-purpose events facility, performing arts center, and ice rink are more important to households with children than to those without. HOW IMPORTANT ARE THE FOLLOWING TO YOU AND YOUR HOUSEHOLD? By Family Status Green initiatives and sustainable building practices in the town 86% organization and building codes e i I 59% Additional parking providing access to skiing 64% 106% i 60% I The special events program to attract visitors 61%60% 50% Movie theater consexaffilm 4 0 65% 53% Indoor mulfi-purpose events facility 52016 ° I61/°! i I I 38% Performing arts center 38% 58/° o 42% Newconference center 54% 53% Having libraryseNces available in the town 43% I E Single,no children Couple,no children 40% Household with childrenAdditionofanicerink46% Empty-nester e 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 60% 90% 100 Percent Responding "465-Extremely Important" % Satisfaction Ratings Ratings of Town Government and Services. Respondents were asked to rate their satisfaction with a variety of aspects of the Town of Snowmass Village, including Town government and boards, the Building and Planning Department, the Public Works Department, police services, Village Shuttle service, public parking services, recreation services, information and RRC Associates 11 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 communication, and the Town's employee housing program. Ratings were based on a scale of 1 (Not at all Satisfied)to 5 (Very Satisfied). The following table shows the top-rated categories (average rating of 4.3 or higher) and the bottom-rated categories (average rating lower than 3.0) of all ratings questions. As shown, police employees (friendliness and approachability), feeling of safety and security, punctual shuttle service, snow removal, quality of police service, police response times, shuttle bus driver courtesy, and access to shuttle stops and routes were in the highest tier of ratings. On the other end of the scale, Town Council, Planning Commission, Town Council meetings, management and communication regarding construction, ability of roads to handle traffic volume, Second Homeowners Board, timeliness of communication, Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board, and level of communication were the lowest-rated aspects of the Town. These ratings are discussed in more detail below. RATE YOUR SATISFACTION WITH THE FOLLOWING CATEGORY Average Rating(HIGH) Friendliness and approachability of police department employees(POLICE) 4.54 Overall feeling of safety and security(POLICE) 4.45 Timely/punctual service(SHUTTLE) 4.43 Snow removal(PUBLIC WORKS) 4.36 Overall quality of service(POLICE)4.33 How quickly police respond to requests for service(POLICE) 4.33 Bus driver courtesy(SHUTTLE) 4.32 Ease of access/locations of stops and routes(SHUTTLE) 4.32 CATEGORY Average Rating(LOW) Level of communication(COMMUNICATIONS) 2.9 Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board(TOWN BOARDS) 2.9 Timeliness of communication(COMMUNICATIONS) 2.88 Second Homeowners Board(TOWN BOARDS) 2.84 Overall ability of local roads to handle current traffic volume(ROAD/PARKING) 2.72 Town's management and communications conceming construction going on in Town. 2.65 CONSTRUCTION) Town Council meetings(GOVERNMENT) 2.61 Planning Commission(TOWN BOARDS) 2.6 Town Council(GOVERNMENT) 2.46 Town Government and Boards. While ratings of Snowmass Village's Town Council were among the most negative, ratings of the Town government's staff were relatively high. The Town Clerk's department received the highest ratings with 69 percent of respondents indicating a "4" or"5" (very satisfied) rating, followed by the Town staff with 64 percent. In contrast, 17 percent of respondents were "very satisfied" (ratings of 4 or 5) with Town Council and 48 percent were "not at all satisfied" (ratings of 1 or 2), and 19 percent were very satisfied with Town Council meetings and 44 percent were not at all satisfied. When asked which of the Town's boards respondents were aware of, the Planning Commission was the most well known (86 percent of respondents were aware of it), followed by the Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board (78 percent), Trails Committee (68 percent), and the Second Homeowners Board (64 percent). While the majority of respondents were aware of the Planning Commission, it received the lowest satisfaction rating of all the boards (50 percent RRC Associates 12 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 of respondents indicating a 1" or"2" rating). The Trails Committee received by far the highest satisfaction ratings (70 percent rating it as a 'A" or"5"), followed by the Arts Advisory Board (49 percent), Grant Review Board (43 percent), and the Liquor Board (42 percent). When further analyzing the data in regards to the open-ended comments offered about Town boards, dissatisfaction with expanded rules (particularly about disallowing alcohol) at the Thursday night concerts was mentioned by many respondents. Support was expressed for the Trails Committee along with suggestions for improvements such as improving the communication and accessibility of the committee and specific improvements to the trail system. There were diverse opinions of the Second Homeowners Board, ranging from "not needed" to strong support and a desire for increased activity and further outreach to second homeowners. SATISFACTION WITH TOWN GOVERNMENT AND BOARDS Town Town clerk's depar6nent(3.93) E170. 69% Government Town staff(3.74) 64% Town Council meetings(2.61) 44/° Town Council(2.46) 48% Town Boards Trails Commiftee(3.91)70% Arts Advisory Board(3.42) 9% Grant Review Board(3.25) 0 43% I Liquor Board(3.08) 42% Financial A&isory Board(3.13) 38% i MarketinglGroup Sales/Special Events Board(2.9) 38% 139% Second Homeowners Board(2.84) J=26-%/. % Board ot Appeals and Exam iners(2.99)mPercentresponding"4"or"5" p Percent responding"1"or"2" Planning Commission(2.6) 50/° 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Percent Responding Scale:"4&5-Very Satisfied"/"1&2-Not WAR Satisfied" A sampling of comments regarding Town Boards is listed below, and the full set was provided under separate cover. RRC Associates 13 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Arts advisory board should be more supportive oflocal institutions. Liquor Board needs to bring back carry in beer and wine to concerts--somehow,make it happen. Much better directional signage needed for trails,particularly Govt. Trail. Grant review board needs more direction to support cultural organizations within Snowmass Village. They seem to use a scattershot method now. Planning board seemed to approve too big a project with base village,, The trail committee should develop with the ski company more mtn bike trails,and should have not allowed the base village to destroy the existing trails without proper aftematives. Second homeowners board is a joke. Town council has no interest in what theysay. The requirement thatyou can't live in Snowmass more than "x'months per year to be on the board is absurd. Yet you allow some property owner who has moved down valley but still owns rental condo to be eligible for the board. What are you thinking? The FAB provides succinct,professional comments that are to the point;Planning Commission does theirjob in conducting thorough reviews,although some members tend to get offon unrelated Yangents'topics. There should be a Town employee representing the Trails Committee to help with direct contact,improve communication and to make them more accessible. The Second HomeownerBoard is a great idea,but they need to reach out to those that may not be available to attend the meetings(i.e. via surveys,etc.). Council doesnP take(advice)of boards after they have done a great deal ofstudy and analysis I appreciate the 2nd Homeowners Advisory Board,I've felt we have little voice and assume that will improve Marketing board needs better leadership and to be held accountable for extremely large budget No alcohol brought to concerts-not fun anymore and no one goes. Another Snowmass tradition gone. Planning commission seems to take too long to make decisions-or maybe it's the town council? Building and Planning Department. The courtesy and fairness of the building and planning department was rated particularly high (65 percent rating it as a "4" or"5") in comparison to the other aspects of the department(overall service and efficiency, providing clear expectations on process, adequacy of staffing), which received lower levels of"very satisfied" ratings and higher proportions of"not at all satisfied" ratings. Open-ended comments indicated that respondents feel the department is understaffed, but that employees work hard to meet the needs of the community. Suggestions included a desire for increased communication on the time required to issue permits. Public Works Department. The Public Works Department received favorable ratings overall, the highest of which was snow removal with 89 percent of respondents indicating they were very satisfied. Solid waste recycling was also rated relatively high with 76 percent rating it as a 'A" or 5,"followed by summer street maintenance with 72 percent. As evident in the open-ended comments, increased solid waste recycling and education for the community on available recycling options are opportunities for the Public Works Department to further enhance services to the community. RRC Associates 14 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH TOWN BUILDING AND PLANNING DEPARTMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS Building and 1 65% Planning Courtesyand fairness(3.75) U O,erall service and efficiency(3.1) 0 41% ' oProWingclearexpectationsontheprocess(3.12) 40% I Adequacy of staffing in department(3.1) 40% 0 Percent responding"4"or"5" Percent responding"1"or"2" Public Works 89%Snow removal(4.36) n Solid waste recycling(4.12 7) 0 I Summer street maintenance(3.97) 72%1 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Percent Responding Scare:"4 8 5-Very Satisfed'l"l 8 2-Not at AN Satisfred" Police Services. Services provided by the Town's Police Department were also rated favorably overall. The highest ratings received were the friendliness and approachability of department employees (93 percent), followed by the overall feeling of safety and security (89 percent), and the overall quality of service (88 percent). Almost all aspects of Police services received average ratings above 4.0 (on a 5-point scale). RRC Associates 15 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH TOWN POLICE SERVICES Friendliness and approachability of police department 930 employees(4.54) i Overall feeling of safetyand security(4.45) S9% a Owrall qualityof seNce(4.33 6,10 8% How quickly police respond to requests for seNce(4.33) 84% 0 0 i Animal seNces(4.29) 84% i Departments effortto present crimes(4.25) 83% o i Patrol-in retail areas(4.09) 751/6 Usibilityof police footAehicle patrol o*rall(4.07) 0 7,9% 0 Enforcement oftratfic laws(3.99) 74a 0 Patrol-in your neighborhood(3.86) 6 0 Percent responding"4"or"5" 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Percent responding"1"or"2"1 Percent Responding Scale:"4&5-Very Satisfied I l&2-Not at All Satisfied" Village Shuttle Service. Village Shuttle ratings were particularly high with all receiving an average rating above 4.3. Timely and punctual service was rated the highest (88 percent receiving ratings of"4" or"5"), followed by ease of access/location of stops and routes (86 percent), and bus driver courtesy (85 percent). Comments regarding the shuttle service were also quite positive, with many indicating a desire for increased service, such as extending the current routes and continuing specific services throughout the year rather than just during the winter. Local Road and Public Parking Services. The location of parking in relation to where respondents wanted to go was the highest rated aspect of the local road and public parking services (50 percent very satisfied), but overall, ratings in this category were relatively low. As shown in the chart below, availability of parking to access skiing and commercial areas received approximately as many positive ratings as negative ratings in both categories (between 33 and 37 percent). Receiving the lowest rating was the overall ability of local roads to handle current traffic volume (28 percent very satisfied compared to 43 percent not satisfied at all). As expressed in the open-ended comments, many respondents feel there is already a lack of parking and that traffic is becoming more of a problem, especially at peak times, and will only continue to get worse with the new development in Town. RRC Associates 16 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH VILLAGE SHUTTLE, LOCAL ROAD, AND PUBLIC PARKING SERVICES Village Shuttle 8%Timelyipunctual service(4.43) 0 Ease of accessilocations of stops and routes(4.32)8 Bus driver courtesy(4.32) 85% Percent responding"4"or"5" Local Road/Public Parking Services Percent responding"1"or"2" Location in relation to where you want to go(3.4) 51% 0 I Availability to access skiing(3.04) 5% 0 Availability of parking to access commercial areas(2.96) 33%° 36% Overall ability of local roads to handle current traffic volume 28% 2.72) 43% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Percent Responding Scale.:'4 8 5-Very Satisfied71 6 2-Not of All Satisfied" Recreation Services. Trails throughout the Village were the highest rated aspect of recreation services (82 percent very satisfied), followed by pool facilities (72 percent), and fitness facilities 71 percent). Recreation programs was the lowest rated aspect overall with 44 percent of respondents very satisfied. Singles and households with children typically rated recreation services lower than the overall respondents, while empty-nesters tended to be more satisfied with the services offered. While the percentage of respondents who have visited the new recreation center since it opened is relatively strong (68 percent indicating that they or a member of their family had been there since it opened), membership was significantly lower at 18 percent. As expected, usage and membership among year-round residents is higher than seasonal residents, with 83 percent of year-round residents who had visited the center, compared to 47 percent of seasonal residents, and 24 percent of year-round residents with a membership, compared to 10 percent of seasonal residents. RRC Associates 17 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH TOWN RECREATION SERVICES Trails throughout the Village(4.13) 82% Pool facilities(3.94) 72% o I i Fitness facilities(3.92) 71% 0 I Overall customer service(3.89) 6 Parks facilities(3.65) 58% 0 Recreation programs(3.42) 44% Percenlresponding"4"or"5' o p Percent responding"1"or"T 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Percent Responding Scale:"4 8 5-VerySatisfied"Pt 8 2-Not at AN Satisfied" Following up on ratings of current recreation facilities, the survey asked "What recreational facilities does Snowmass Village NOT have that you would like to see provided?" and also probed for any additional comments or suggestions concerning the programs and facilities currently offered. There were a number of new facilities mentioned, including a fitness room, multi-purpose room (as part of the recreation center), ice rink, skate park, climbing gym, picnic areas, and more tennis courts and pools (potentially indoors). In regards to improvements to existing facilities and programs, increased classes/programs and organized activities (such as fitness classes, activity groups that meet regularly, and more activities during the winter and summer) were listed, along with maintenance of facilities and parks, and better parking at trailheads. When looking at the comments in respect to residential status, there were many similarities between the year-round and seasonal residents, outside of differences expected between the two groups (e.g., year-round residents expressing more of a desire for scheduled classes and community meeting spaces, while seasonal residents want easily accessible activities that that they can participate in while in town). The following table shows a sampling of these comments broken down by residential status. Residential Status Comment Year-round Would love a GOOD climbing gym-notjust for kids Year-round Mutti-purpose rooms for community/classes/meetings at Rec Center Year-round More open space:basketball court Year-round Maintenance of existing facilities-parks Year-round Ice rink I would love to see basketball courts and an aerobics room-Outdoor programs that meet at the rec Year-round center,like a running group,biking group,climbing group-; What about a Masters Swim team? Year-round Fitness classes at times for working people,before 8 and after 5 Seasonal Too expensive(fitness facilities)for a non-resident Seasonal Picnic area with tables Seasonal More summer activity-mini golf,tennis courts,etc. RRC Associates 18 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 More pools with easier access,better evening programming for children and teens -bowling,ping Seasonal pong,campfires Seasonal Look forward to addition of volleyball/basketball courts and skateboard park Seasonal Betterparking for trails Seasonal Alternative winter activities:snowshoeing,ice skating,ice hockey Seasonal Affordable access to the golf and more classes at rec. Town's Employee Housing Program. The overall satisfaction with the Town's Housing Department and programs received an average rating of 3.4, with 50 percent of all respondents indicating that they were very satisfied. Among the 22 percent of mail respondents that live in one of the Town's employee housing units, satisfaction was favorable, with 70 percent indicating they were very satisfied with the quality of housing and 68 percent that were very satisfied with the service and unit upkeep. SATISFACTION WITH TOWN'S EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROGRAM ALL respondents) Overall satisfaction with the 50% Town's Housing Dept.& program(3.4) 23/° Fs Percent responding"4"or"5" Percent responding"I"or"2" Renters in Town housing ONLY) 70% Qualityofhousing(4.03)5% i Level of service and unit 68% upkeep(3.87) 169%. it 0%10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Percent Responding Scale:"4 8 5-Very SatisfedYl 8 2-Not at Afl Setisfied" Communication and Information Ratings of communication within the Town were rated relatively low overall. The Town's website as a timely and convenient resource for government information was rated favorably (4 or 5 on 5-point scale) by 41 percent of respondents, followed by the level of communication (32 percent rating it as a 4 or 5, compared to 37 percent rating it a 1 or 2), and timeliness of communication (30 percent rating it as a 4 or 5, compared to 35 percent rating it a 1 or 2). RRC Associates 19 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SATISFACTION WITH TOWN COMMUNICATIONS Town's website as a timely and convenient resource for 41% government information(3.28) 16% 0 Percent responding W or"5" El Percent responding"1"or"2" I Level ofCommunication(2.9)37% i Timelinessofcommunication(2.88) 4:30% 5% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Percent Responding Scale:'4 8 5-Very Satisried I l 8 2-Not at All Satisfied' When asked how informed respondents feel on current issues facing Town Council, 55 percent of respondents indicated that they feel well-informed (64 percent of year round residents feel well-informed compared to 44 percent of seasonal residents). When comparing survey methods, Web survey respondents appeared to be more informed on issues facing Town Council (68 percent felt well-informed, compared to 55 percent of mail respondents). The results suggest that those community members that have chosen to be on the Town's email list are better informed. The obvious question is whether there are opportunities to expand the email list to facilitate greater communications. As shown in the table below, the local newspaper and friends are the most frequently identified methods of accessing government information for both mail and Web respondents. The importance of the newspaper is notable. The differences between mail and Web respondents can be seen though in their use of the Website and attendance at Town Council meetings. Obviously, Web respondents are much more likely to access information on the Website (64 percent compared to 34 percent of mail respondents), but it is interesting to note that the respondents (both mail and Web) who indicated they felt well-informed on current issues facing Town Council were noticeably more likely to use the Website as a source of information. Of the mail respondents who felt well-informed, 40 percent use the Website to access information, compared to those that did not feel informed of which 25 percent use the Website. Among the Web respondents who felt well-informed, 75 percent use the Website to access information, compared to those that did not feel informed of which 38 percent use the Website. This emphasizes the importance of the Website as a source of information for community members and the potential to enhance this tool for communication. RRC Associates 20 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Survey Source Mail-back Web Do you feel well Do you feel well Overall informed on current informed on current Mail-back Web issues facing Town issues facing Town Council? Council? Yes No Yes No Do you feel well informed Yes 57% 55% 68% 100% 100% on current issues facing Town Council? No 43% 45% 33% 100% 100% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% n=465 385 1 80 211 174 54 26 Local newspaper 89% 90% 85% 92% 87% 87%81% Friends 44% 44% 45% 44% 42% 48%43% ebsite 39% 34% 64% 40% 25% 75%38% How do you currently During Town Councilaccessgovernment information?meetings 25% 22% 40% 30/13/ 46/29/ Other 11% 13% 17% 10% Forums 8% 7% 13% 10%5%15%10% Annual Report 6% 6% 7%5%6%10% TOTAL 222% 216% 255% 236% 187% 281% 200% in=467 392 75 209 165 52 21 When asked what additional information respondents would like to see provided by the Town and by what means, the comments described a desire for more detailed descriptions of events and what is going on around the Town, along with a specific calendar of events published and updated on a regular basis. Consistent with data shown in the previous table, the Web including emails) and local newspaper are effective ways to reach community members including second home owners. The following comments provide further detail of suggestions for communication improvement. Special events calendar/Newsletter..seasonal.Email. A lot of events are not always very detailed. Its like they assume everyone already knows. Times,locations,costs, etc. Email newsletter I'd like to see more responsiveness to citizens-we feel disenfranchised! I'm not full time and read paper only when here. It has been negative against 2nd homeowners. I stopped subscribing. I've signed up on Internet to be informed of"Second Homeowners Meeting"but never gotten any response or notices. Better communications,efforts,and relationship with second homeowners. More bulletins on paper and websde More current web site and more timely updates Snowmass Sun-weekly halt or full page dedicated to Town into Awareness of Construction Management Plan. While more than 60 percent of respondents were aware of the Town's construction management plan, the proportion of respondents that were satisfied with the Town's management and communications concerning construction was significantly lower. Less than one-third (27 percent) of respondents were "very satisfied"with RRC Associates 21 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 the Town's efforts, while 45 percent were "not at all satisfied." Clearly, in light of the importance and impacts of continuing construction, there is an opportunity to further focus on construction- related information. Based on the survey results, the newspaper and Web are appropriate tools to distribute information. Respondents were given the opportunity to offer suggestions for what the Town could be doing better in regards to management and communication concerning the construction. Many respondents want to know more details of the long-term timeline and how that affects them in the short-term through reliable and consistent communication, such as regular newsletters, postings in the paper, and up-to-date information available on the website. A sampling of the comments is listed below: Communications is great;the amount of construction is mind-boggling. I am confident that the folks working together on the plan are doing well. I have liked what I have seen/observed so far of the new town manager,and the staff all seem committed and energetic. Make sure the flaggers are awake and paying attention. You can have the best plan in the world but if the frontline employees are not following through you've got nothing. Plenty ofmanagement but not enough enforcement The website has great current info. 1just didnY know about it until now. Publicize the site more. Maybe a sign that people would read while they're stuck in construction traffic. I do like all the announcements in the paper;I do not think the development is being well managed Maybe website and newsletter tracking of"red tags,"week's construction events, °%completion of mostimportant 25 projects. What is the plan 3 months, 6 months out...notjust this week? Future Direction When looking to the future, aspects that respondents would most like to retain in the Town include open space, natural beauty, skiing, small town atmosphere, and sense of community. The question "If you could keep one thing the same in Snowmass Village in perpetuity, what would it be?" yielded results which emphasized the ability to maintain the Town's sense of community, character, and atmosphere within its natural surroundings and outdoor opportunities. The Vision for Snowmass Village. A few questions with specific regard to Snowmass Village's future were asked. The first asked respondents "Thinking about the vision for the new Snowmass Village, and all the improvements that are occurring, how would you describe your attitude?" About 23 percent of mail respondents said they were "very excited," 37 percent were somewhat excited," and 36 percent were "not at all excited." When comparing these results to Web respondents, 44 percent were "very excited," 28 percent were "somewhat excited," and 21 percent were "not at all excited." Again, with the question, we find that long-time residents differ from others and are most likely to lack excitement for the changes taking place. RRC Associates 22 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 ATTITUDE TOWARDS VISION FOR THE NEW SNOWMASS VILLAGE Overall I I Year-round resident I I 26% Seasonal resident 39% IN 236 Non-resident-employee/business owner 46% mNotalallexciled p Sornmhat excii3d Very excirbd 0 Don't kncvv what me vision is Less than 1 year 1 -5 yearsa/° 35% 38%6-15 years i 40% More than 15 years 01/6 5% 10% 15% 201/6 25% 300/6 35% 40% 450% 50% Percent Responding While many residents were content with how the Town was and did not want to see change, a proportion of respondents indicated initial excitement for Snowmass Village's new vision. Although, as changes become more evident and construction increases, some of this excitement has changed to apprehension as some residents lose trust in the developer and envision Snowmass Village's small town atmosphere declining. Some respondents have maintained a positive attitude for Snowmass's future and expressed excitement for the end result once the construction is finished. A sampling of comments follows, broken down by the respondent's attitude indicated towards the vision. Attitude toward vision Comment Somewhat excited Afraid town is getting too expensive for families 37 percent of responses)) Change is good,but smaller steps Don't growat the expense ofcharacter From initial approval the new BV was exciting. But the hand-changing between Intrawest and Related Westloac is concerning. I try to stay optimistic. Growth can be good,if done right. I want to be able to live and work here, that is becoming tough. I am excited,but at the same time change is always hard. The t"old school"ways of Snowmass were fun and memorable yet I know all of this building and change will be better for the long run. It is clear that what was originally proposed for Base Village has been modified significantly and I really do not understand the current plan. RRC Associates 23 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Not at all excited Disappointed, SAD,1 may move 36 percent of responses) Getting overdeveloped,losing atmosphere 1 moved to a smalltown in the mountains. I never"envisioned"it becoming a metropolis. Only those with large financial gains at stake are excited. improvements?more traffic during peak times,and more empty buildings during none peak times It's nice we are upgrading facilities but the impact has been too great Very excited Any reservations I have are based on not knowing what the plans are that Related West Pac has 23 percent of responses)) for changes to base village,mall and shopping center I wish it could be finished in 3-5 years and not 7-10 years Very excited about the future once the construction is completed. I wouldjust like to know the timeline and the plan... We need a more holistic and cohesive process. I don see most ofthem as improvements;ifthe new vision is about real estate income then you are meeting your goal Potential Infrastructure/Programs to be Added. The survey also asked community members if there were specific infrastructure or programs that are not currently in Snowmass Village that they would like to see added in the next five years. More than 71 percent of respondents indicated that there was something they would like to see added. Of the open-ended comments provided, facilities such as a library, movie theater, performing arts center, ice rink, and a larger selection of restaurants and retail establishments were mentioned the most. A gas station in the Village, conference/multi-purpose facilities, and more employee housing, were also named, along with the addition of mail delivery service in the Town. A sampling of comments follows, along with a complete list of responses provided under separate cover. Residential Status Comment Year-round Really like the addition of a LIBRARY and a MOVIE COMPLEX Year-round Mail service-we seem to afford all other amenities,why not this??? Year-round Conference centerand multi-purpose event center Seasonal Performing and visual arts facilities,especially in conjunction with Anderson Ranch;musical events more than once a week) Seasonal Movies,library, community meeting facility Seasonal Movies,hardware,reasonablypriced drug store and supermarket,more restaurants,more bathrooms Seasonal More restaurants,movie theater,retail Seasonal More rented employee housing Seasonal Ice skating rink Seasonal Gas station in the village itself Ice rink and movie theater,performing arts theater for music in winter, we need activities for the youth Rodeo Facility. In regards to the Rodeo Grounds, the survey first asked about community members' current use of the facilities, then probed opinions of the best use of the land and facilities in the future. Approximately two-thirds of respondents had been to the rodeo at least once in the past five years, which was consistent among year-round and seasonal residents. The results show that households with children were the most likely to attend the rodeo (77 percent), along with couples without children (70 percent), and empty-nesters (67 percent). RRC Associates 24 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Looking to the future, more than half of respondents (56 percent) preferred maintaining the facilities for rodeo use but also developing it for other uses such as a multipurpose events center. Other options for future uses were evaluated and included "develop primarily for multipurpose events with reduced rodeo use" (23 percent) and "left largely as it is without other uses on the site" (21 percent). Based on the comments provided by respondents, the rodeo grounds are viewed as an important aspect of the community to some, but many respondents feel that the land could be used more efficiently and with increased usage during the week for a variety of activities. While there were some respondents who felt quite strongly that the rodeo should definitely remain as is, and some respondents who feel it is a poor use of space and should be eliminated, there was an overall theme throughout the comments that if the grounds are developed at any level for other uses, additional buildings and facilities are not needed. Many preferred emphasizing the Town's open space rather than adding any new buildings. Future use preferred Comment Maintain for rodeo,but Between the baseball field,the golfcourse and the rodeo this area has become,by default develop almost,the town's recreational center foroutdoor activities. Therefore the more that can be 56 percent of responses) centralized in this area for resident and visitor use,the better. It's a shame it sits empty during spring,fall and winter Only if you don not have to build another building Seems like a lot of usable space at the rodeo,but planning that space is crucial to successful usefulness. Use as multipurpose,NOT to develop some place else in SMV Develop,reduce rodeo use I do not like the concept ofthe rodeo and think our village could do much better with the space. 23 percent of responses) 1'd like to see it have a variety of uses ifit can be done without adding more buildings. So much land set asidejust for once weekly rodeo Using rodeo grounds for other purposes would attract more people throughout the week Left as is Do we have to develop everything?Open space is important to the overall impression of 21 percent of responses) Snowmass. Please keep the rodeo as is. No more buildings,please. Prefer no increase in facility development and a restoration of the natural environment especially the riparian habitat. Surely, we do not need the potential"visitor center in addition to the Transit Center"Welcoming"capacity. Mall Area. In an open-ended question, respondents were asked to list any key elements they would like to see in the mall area. The need for a variety of dining options, such as more affordable establishments, up-scale restaurants, and extended restaurant hours, was expressed by many respondents. Variety of retail stores was also important to respondents, who would like to not only see ski equipment and tourist-focused shops, but more unique, locally-owned stores. A compelling reason to go there. its a pleasant place to stroll,but once you've seen the shops once and have yourski gear, there's note lotto go back for. My fantasy would be to build a"must visit"ice cream parlor right in the middle of the mall. Year-round customers. A place folks from Base Village ride the special lilt to go to. A place everyone takes their grandkids to. A place people tell visitors to go checkout A place to go to after dinner fora stroll. Architectural variety,intimate scale and charm. reasonable retail-notjust t-shirt stores,wide mix of shops and eateries RRC Associates 25 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 Affordable rents for locals to operate businesses, not chains Affordable restaurants and shops Better restaurants,coffeelbakery with longer hours Ease of access Gathering area(fountainlfire pit/stage for music) Keep it unique and quaint Moderate priced restaurants, clothing other than souvenir items,kids'clothing and toys,coffee shop,movie theater, multipurpose space More access and more parking More refined dining-less"barfood" More retail,less real estate offices! Upgraded store fronts-some personality Viable mix of retaillrestauranf/service. love the special events like craft fairs. Vitality,open year round RRC Associates 26 Town of Snowmass Village Community Survey 2007 SUMMARY OF MAILBACK RESULTS First,a few questions about the general state of Snowmass Village... 1. In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village? 2. Would you say that things in the Town of Snowmass Village are going in the right direction,or have they gotten off on the wrong track? n=394 31% Rightdirection 54 Wrong track 14 Don't know Please feel free to explain your response: 3. How satisfied are you With the following functions of the Town of Snowmass Village government? Use a scale from 1 to 5 where 1 means"not at all satisfied"and 5 means"very satisfied"to rate each of the following items. Please use DK(Don't Know/No Opinion)as appropriate. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Town staff 3% 8 25 40 24 3.7 291 Town clerk's department 1 5 25 38 31 3.9 264 Town Council 26 22 35 14 3 2.5 307 Town Council meetings 19 25 36 14 5 2.6 277 4. Indicate which of the following Town boards of which you are aware,and your satisfaction with the current representation of each. Use a scale from 1 to 5 where 1 means"not at all satisfied"and 5 means"very satisfied"to rate each of the following items. AWARE NOT AT ALL VERY OF: SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Arts Advisory Board 50% 6% 11 34 31 18 3.4 125 Board of Appeals and Examiners 34 11 17 41 23 7 3.0 81 Financial Advisory Board 45 7 16 39 32 6 3.1 121 Grant Review Board 37 8 16 33 28 15 3.3 95 Liquor Board 58 16 16 25 28 14 3.1 146 Marketing/Group Sales/Special Events Board 79 19 20 23 27 11 2.9 226 Planning Commission 86 23 27 24 19 7 2.6 248 Second Homeowners Board 63 21 13 33 23 9 2.8 163 Trails Committee 68 2 6 23 38 31 3.9 198 n=363 Do you have any comments on your responses? YES NO UNCERTAIN 5. Would you be interested in mail ballots rather than voting at polling places? 55% 27 18 n=373 The Planning Department provides planning, design review, and administration ofland use approvals. 6. Have you used the Planning Department with the past 12 months? 24% Yes 76 No n=390 7. Please rate your satisfaction with the following aspects of the Building and Planning Department. Use the same 1 to 5 scale as before. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Courtesy and fairness 7% 11 17 30 35 3.8 162 Adequacy of staffing in department 11 24 25 24 16 3.1 147 Overall service and efficiency 13 19 27 26 15 3.1 164 Providing clear expectations on the process 13 18 29 24 16 3.1 165 The Public Works Department provides maintenance ofpublic areas including roads and village areas. 8. Rate your satisfaction with Public Works services in the Town of Snowmass Village: NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Snow removal 2% 2 6 36 54 4.4 370 Summer street maintenance 4 8 15 30 42 4.0 355 Solid waste recycling 3 5 15 29 47 4.1 321 Do you have any specific comments concerning Planning or Public Works? 9. Have you had contact with a member of the Snowmass Village Police Department within the past 12 months? n=376 50% Yes,face-to-face interaction 8 Yes,other form of interaction 42 No 10. Please rate your satisfaction with the following aspects of Police Services in the Town of Snowmass Village. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Animal services 3% 3 11 29 54 4.3 276 Overall feeling of safety and security 1 1 9 30 59 4.5 356 Visibility of police foot/vehicle patrol overall 2 4 19 36 39 4.1 307 In your neighborhood 4 6 24 31 35 3.9 302 In retail areas 2 4 19 31 43 4.1 283 Friendliness and approachability of police department employees 2 5 30 64 4.5 321 Department's effort to prevent crimes 1 3 13 35 48 4.3 263 Enforcement of traffic laws 4 8 15 33 41 4.0 315 How quickly police respond to requests for service 1 2 12 31 54 4.3 242 Overall quality of service 1 2 9 40 48 4.3 334 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning police services in the town? 11. Approximately how many times per week do you ride the Village Shuffle? 3.8 in winter, n=3521.7 in summer, n=346 1.0 in spring,n=3331.0 in fall, n=329(ENTER 0 INONE,IF ALL ARE 0, GO TO Q. 13) 2 12. Please rate your satisfaction with the Village Shuttle service. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Timelyipunctual service 1% 3 8 30 59 4.4 278 Bus driver courtesy 1 5 10 31 54 4.3 283 Ease of access/locations of stops and routes 2 4 9 32 54 4.3 279 Do you have any comments on the Village Shuttle or transportation issues? 13. How frequently do you park in the Town's parking lots(#1-13)in the winter? n=391 23% Never 22 One-two times a month 31 3-10 times a month 10 11-15 times a month 14 16 or more times a month 14. Please rate your satisfaction with local road and public parking services in Snowmass Village, NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Location in relation to where you want to go 7% 14 28 33 18 3.4 366 Availability of parking to access commercial areas 13 23 31 21 12 3.0 377 Availability to access skiing 15 20 28 21 16 3.0 327 Overall ability of local roads to handle current traffic volume 21 22 29 21 7 2.7 375 15. What priority would you like to see given to parking enforcement in Snowmass Village?(Note:"3"Means"Neither Low Priority Nor High Priority") VERY LOW VERY HIGH PRIORITY PRIORITY mean n 7% 11 39 25 18 3.4 355 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning shuttle service,parking or roads? 16. Are you aware that the Town has a Group Sales Department that can help with eventsigroups of 10 or more? n=385 57% Yes 43 No 17. Would you consider utilizing the Town's Group Sales Department for help in your planning of: YES NO Family reunions 26% 74% n=355 Weddings 25 75 n=344 Corporate meetings 39 61 n=340 Conferences/conventions 39 61 n=343 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning Group Sales? 3 18. How important are the following to you and your household? Use a scale from 1 to 5 where 1 is"not at all important"and 5 is"extremely important,"or DK for don't know/no opinion. NOT AT ALL EXTREMELY IMPORTANT IMPORTANT mean n Green initiatives and sustainable building practices in the town organization and building codes 4% 6 16 29 45 4.0 395 Having library services available in the town recognizing that they aren't currently available) 22 18 21 23 16 2.9 392 Additional parking providing access to skiing 10 8 19 25 38 3.7 387 Addition of an ice rink 27 13 23 24 14 2.8 394 Indoor multipurpose events facility 15 10 23 28 24 3.4 378 New conference center 19 11 23 22 24 3.2 383 Performing arts center 19 10 23 27 20 3.2 393 The special events program to attract visitors 16 7 19 28 30 3.5 381 Movie theater 16 9 20 29 26 3.4 396 Do you have any specific comments on your response to these questions? YES NO 19. Have you or a member of your family been to the new recreation center? 68% 32% n=399 Are you a member of the new recreation center?18 82 n=395 20. Overall,in the Town of Snowmass Village,how satisfied are you with the following recreation services: NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Fitness facilities 4% 3 21 39 32 3.9 275 Pool facilities 5 5 19 35 37 3.9 287 Recreation programs 6 8 42 28 17 3.4 230 Parks facilities 4 6 32 36 22 3.7 306 Overall customer service 1 5 26 39 29 3.9 276 Trails throughout the Village 2 4 12 43 39 4.1 360 Are there other trails you would like to see added to our network? 21. What recreational facilities does Snowmass Village NOT have that you would like to see provided? Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning current recreational programs/facilities? 22. How many times have you or your family and friends attended the rodeo in the past five years?2.9 times,n=392 Are there specific activities or features you would like to see at the Rodeo Grounds? 23. Increasingly,the Snowmass community is impacted by a scarcity of land on which to provide facilities and services. This leads to consideration of"multiple use"opportunities. Thinking about the rodeo arena and surrounding land,would you prefer to see it: n=370 21% Left largely as it is without other uses on the site 56 Maintained for rodeo use but developed for other uses such a multipurpose events center 23 Developed primarily for multipurpose events with reduced rodeo use Any comments on your response? 24. Do you feel well informed on current issues facing Town Council? 55% Yes 45% No n=385 4 25. How do you currently access government information? n=392 340/6 Website 6 Annual Report 13 Other: 22 During Town Council meetings 44 Friends largely"TV) 90 Local newspaper 7 Forums 26. How would you rate the Town of Snowmass Village's website as a timely and convenient resource for government information? (Use"DK"if Don't Know/Never Used.) NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n 2% 15 42 36 5 3.3 176 27. How would you rate town communications? NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Level/amount of communication 12% 24 31 26 6 2.9 305 Timeliness of communication 13 22 34 23 7 2.9 291 What additional information would you like to see provided from the Town and by what means? 28. Are you aware of the Town's 1998 Comprehensive Plan? 55% Yes 45% No n=393 29. Are you aware of the Town's "aspiration"statement? 43% Yes 57% No n=386 Town of Snowmass Village Aspiration Statement We aspire to be the leading multi-season,family-oriented mountain resort community.We will do this by creating, marketing,and delivering distinctive choices for fun,excitement,challenge,learning,and togetherness.All this is done amidst our unique,natural splendor...as part of a memorable Aspen/Snowmass experience.Further,we wish to be seen by others as welcoming,dynamic, convenient,and successful.We will always be responsible stewards of our environment,economy,and society.When successful, Snowmass Village will have achieved the quality of life and economic vitality that will assure our future as a sustainable resort community. 30. Please rate the value of this statement: NOT AT ALL VERY VALUABLE VALUABLE mean n 15% 18 22 25 20 3.2 363 Do you have any comments on what you would change in the statement? 31. Over the past two years has the sense of community within the Town improved,gotten worse or stayed the same? n=400 8% Improved 61 Gotten worse 17 Stayed the same 15 Don't know/no opinion Do you have any comments or suggestions on your response? 5 32. If you could keep one thing the same in Snowmass Village in perpetuity,what would it be? 33. What doesn't Snowmass Village have(facilities and amenities)that you would like to see provided? Are there specific infrastructure or programs you would like to see added to serve Snowmass Village in the next five years? n=262 71% Yes(what are they?) 29 No 34. Thinking about the vision for the new Snowmass Village,and all the improvements that are occurring, howwould you describe your attitude? n=386 36% Not at all excited 37 Somewhat excited 23 Very excited 4 Don't know what the vision is Do you have any comments on your response? 35. What are a few key elements you would like to see in the mall area? 36. Are you aware of the town's construction management plan? 60% Yes 40% No n=377 37. Rate your satisfaction with the Town of Snowmass Village's management and communications concerning construction going on in Town. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n 22% 23 28 21 5 2.6 346 If you are not satisfied,what could we be doing better? 38. Do you own or rent your residence? n=389 71% Own free-market unit 14 Own deed-restricted unit Own a"fractional"unit 3 Rent free-market unit 10 Rent Town-owned unit or unit with subsidized rates 3 Other(specify) 39. Are you a resident in a unit that is part of the Town's employee housing program? n=387 22% Yes 78 No 40. If you are a renter in the Town's housing,please rate the following: NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n Quality of housing 3% 3 25 30 40 4.0 40 Level of service and unit upkeep 5 11 16 29 39 3.9 38 41. Please rate your overall satisfaction with the Town's Housing Department and programs. NOT AT ALL VERY SATISFIED SATISFIED mean n 10% 13 27 26 23 3.4 179 6 Please provide the following demographic information. Please remember that all responses remain strictly confidential and are reported only in group format. 42. Where is your residence within the Town of 45. Which of the following best describes you? n=394 Snowmass Village located? n=390 2% Non-resident owner of business/commercial property 12% Horse Ranch Neighborhood GO TO Q.48) 14 Melton Ranch/Sinclair 56 Year-round resident(11+months/year) 2 Fox Run 41 Seasonal resident/second-home owner 2 The Divide 2 Employee in the village—live outside Snowmass 2 Two Creeks 11 Mtn.View/Creekside 46. (IFRESIDEN7)Do you own or operate a business 8 Snowmass Club within the Town of Snowmass Village? n=306 21 Upper Village 22% Yes 29 Other 78 No 43. In an effort to help us understand local phone usage, 47. Are you a registered voter in Snowmass Village? which best describes your access to telephone n=383 services at your residence? n=397 57% Yes 10% 1 have only a cell phone 43 No 9 1 have only a land line 82 1 have both a cell phone and a land line 48. In what year were you born?average age 55.3,n=352 44. How long have you lived within the Town of 49. Which of these categories best describes your marital Snowmass Village(or owned property if a status? n=394 non-resident)? n=398 15% Single,no children 3% Less than 1 year 15 Couple, no children 14 1-5 years 25 Household with children 31 615 years 45 Empty-nester,children no longer at home 53 More than 15 years 50. Do you have grandchildren that visit you in Snowmass Village? n=395 37% Yes 63% No 51. Do you have parents or grandparents that visit you? n=397 40% Yes 60% No Thank you for your participation in our continuing evaluation program. Please use back page and/or attach sheet if needed for additional comments or suggestions. 7 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 On track? "On track"open-ended comments Right direction 1. 1 think a comprehensive plan of all 3 or 4(?)nodes is necessary before development continues any further. I fear that critical pieces may be left out unless this is done. i.e.,a clinic that has proximity to the slopes and easy access Right direction A great deal of effort seems to be being made to keep dirt down. Buildings appear to be very attractive as they are going up. Childrenl's center is certainly an incredibly important addition. Right direction A wonderful direction with some discomfort during the process. Right direction After 25 years of talking,we are finally seeing positive results-long overdue to be economically viable! Right direction Amenities both on-mountain and at the base will add significantly to the overall experience. Entryway amenities(rec center,etc.)a big"plus" Right direction Base Village and all of the proposed development will bring new vitality into the Village. We needed to make the change in that our ski area was becoming very outdated,and if the changes would not have occurred,all ofthe Right direction Base Village good Right direction Base Village is escellent in form and substance. A needed boost to the resort pat of our town,without altering the Right direction Base village is good Right direction Base Village will be great-I just hope you've prepared to house all the new workers Right direction But much more detail and discussion needed on development plans for all the 3 commercial and residential nodes contemplating future development. Right direction But worry may be too much too fast without really thinking everything thm Right direction Change badly needed to happen and the re-investment in the local lodges is testament to the improvements that will greatly improve the town. Right direction Construction is always difficult bit it is the right direction. I live with construction in my other home town but results Right direction Development is good,but overcrowding without proper facilities is not Right direction Generally,development and redevelopment necessary Right direction i feel that the additions and changes that are in process now are going to benefit snowmass-boosting economy and functionality.once these projects are completed we must be aware of overdeveloping,the burnt mountain quad Right direction IYm a full time resident of Snowmass for over 2 years,I work for a software company full time from my home office, my husband works in Aspen for an Architecture firm,the majority of his work is in Snowmass however we do not Right direction il'm in favor of the new base village Right direction I'd like to have a better idea of what the overall general plan is for base village,mall and shopping center Right direction I'd like us to slow down though Right direction Improvements for destination resort Right direction Infrastructure was due for a remodel,rec center and park are improvements Right direction Just going too slowly-too much politics Right direction Long term GAIN,short term PAIN Right direction Maybe with the increase in businesses there will be restaurants of quality open all year'round Right direction Mostly. The new base village is good if contained and limited to initial plan. High-rise hotels/elevations should be Right direction Need renewal and progress-always Right direction Need the updates and base village,but need to be managed and citizens informed Right direction New base is an economic necessity Right direction Now after such a monumental redevelopment let's have a moratorium!!! Right direction On issues 1 and 2 above I believe the direction is wrong. Right direction On right track but going beyond concept Right direction Pleased with the changes Right direction Poor start-better corrective actions Right direction Recent efforts to provide more employee housing have helped stabilize the local workforce. Need so much more. Right direction Right direction,just 10 years behind Right direction So far. M's early yet to assess the quality of the Base Village development final product. So far,so good,however. Right direction Support base village as a viable plan for the future of SMV Right direction SV needs to be redeveloped,it's run down and out of dale Right direction Tenuous Right direction Thanks to approval of Base Village Right direction Thanks to Pal Smith and Related West Pac Source: RRC Associates Page 1 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 On track?On track"open-ended comments Right direction The Base Village Development was approved by voters and now everyone on both sides of the issue should support the Project.Community divisiveness only hinders the process and causes tensions that are hard to get rid of. Right direction the fact that this survey is going out is great.and we are expanding the base village without much disruption to me. Right direction The scale of these projects is too large Right direction The Town Council seems to think that if they can stall the Base Village development long enough Related Westpac will bow out and some new developer will rescue us. The fact is there is no developer waiting in the wings to Right direction There are many positive events happening in the community. Many times there are groups that tend to focus on the negative aspects of projects. This does not create a positive environment.Does a vocal minority represent the silent Right direction To dale,question as to future Right direction Want to say right track,but to be determined by finished product Right direction We are finally updating after 30 years of neglect Right direction We need to insure we have a positive environment for local,permanent residents Right direction We needed Base Village and the resurganoe in improvments to the exsisting village it brought but it is a little bigger than it needs to be. I understand the desire of the developers to make it profitable and some peoples desire for it to Right direction We needed Base Village to get other properties to reinvest in themselves Right direction We needed the"upgrade"change and it will take time to accomplish Right direction We were lacking as a first class resort,this will revive the entire town as it should Wrong track A wonderful town is being assaulted by"progress" Wrong track After the Base Village aprovals,the development community is seeming to look for more ways to increase their Wrong track Again too many people,it will be CROWDED Wrong track Allowed too much height and density in new Base Village-bad aesthetics just like the mass of Woodrun Place Wrong track Allowed too much too big too long to finish Wrong track Allowing too much growth Wrong track Almighty dollar placed before quality of life Wrong track Am afraid Snowmass Village will loose many of its support businesses such as the cleaners,gas station,adequate size market,affordable restaurents. Full and part time residents need these facilities. We would hate to have to Wrong track anti development is just great for us who have already bought. In the end,the locals will shoot themselves in the foot as your only solution is to tax in increasing amounts until you kill the goose Wrong track Base village is too big and long in completion. Wrong track Base Village is too big too tall too much sq.footage Wrong track Base Village is too big. Developers sold us a bill of goods, bailed out,village will be a mess for the next 5 years. Wrong track Base Village seems to be nothing like it was when the project was approved two years ago. Related Westpac has absolutely no stake in the long term success of the community. They are now saying that some of base village will Wrong track Base Village sucks Wrong track Base village,dump trucks,giant cranes,etc. Wrong track Base Village,in its present configuration,should not have been approved. The impacts are too great. Wrong track Becoming more costly but less distinct from competition Wrong track Being bullied by developers and Ski Co Wrong track Bike trails as designed are not used by 1'seriousl'bikers.Real bikers only use roads and highways.There needs to be wide(5 foot)paved shoulders on both sides of town and county roads to address this inconvenient truth.Large Wrong track Bringing construction has brought a lot or crime and workers that just don't care Wrong track Build it and they will come philosophy,must build things or activities for people who come Wrong track Building more is not the answer to get business. Wrong track Building on green space Wrong track BV too big,passed with too little parking and employee housing Wrong track Compromising with developers Wrong track Construction is eating up our way of life. Stop it now! Wrong track Council members who do not want to"solve"problems;rather they want to"create"problems Wrong track Council should just say"no"to developers and architects who submit commercial applications not in compliance with town plans,zoning and lot codes. Wrong track Current Intrawest development is TOO BIG! Source: RRC Associates Page 2 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 On track? "On track"open-ended comments Wrong track Delays occasioned by over-regulation seem to be a major problem Wrong track Developers are clueless about how the resort functions and needs to evolve Wrong track Developers can do whatever they want as long as they sugarcoat it(example-Sam Knob Restaurant) Wrong track Development for development's sake;fostering image improvements rather than functional improvements Wrong track Development is out of control Wrong track Development is out of control. Monopoly developers not being forced to provide full picture of plans for all Wrong track Development needs to continue,but it seems like Related is running the town more and more. Wrong track Development out of control and will probably create downturn in business Wrong track Did not fully tell the truth. No one monitering(sic)construction workers-crime rate-yelling at woman(sic)at Village Wrong track Don't include owners and non-res. Wrong track Don't like Base Village Wrong track Don't like size and scope of Base Village! Wrong track Dysfunctional Town Council(sic) Wrong track everything being done to maximize$w/o making this a nice place to live Wrong track Excessive emphasis on commercial and excess scale of facilities Wrong track Expansion taking away from atmosphereo.employee housing? Wrong track Failure to abide by the decisions of previous City Council-we were steam rolled Wrong track Gave away to much to developers on approvals. Need developers to build infrastructure like roads and utilities in place before being allowed to build projects. For example Base village is a mess because no access to project or Wrong track Get Westpac back on course Wrong track Giving away the area to developers,not caring for locals any more Wrong track Having only one main commercial owner is dangerous. Maybe it will work,but it is a big risk. Wrong track How much time and money are you going to spend at the rodeo lot entrance? Wrong track I think that we need to ease up on commercial development and marketing. Wrong track I wish Base Village issues could be settled-approvals originally OK'd should be honored as well as timetables Wrong track Nm glad that you asked this question first.Being dissatisfied,as I am,with where this town is headed,makes all the other questions a waste of time. I hope to be out of here when my kids are out of school in 5 years. Wrong track Is the tail wagging the dog?Do everyday citizens have a say in anything going on? Wrong track It seems like the town is approving anything that will give them money Wrong track It was the European-like atmosphere of Snowmass that attracted us to it.It is losing that. Wrong track Lack of control,over growth Wrong track Lack of planning-giving developers everything they want Wrong track Lack of planning to alleviate construction related problems Wrong track Lazy council members who miss meetings Wrong track Letting one guy and his cronies own everything sucks! Wrong track Letting seasonal workers vole as residents Wrong track Life in Snowmass Village is too frantic. Vacation time is not relaxing. Wrong track Look at the monstrosities being built in Base Village. And that is only Phase One.Look how many construction projects are underway in our village.How long until the bubble bursts and we are left with the debris? Wrong track Major stakeholders need to move forward! Find compromise! The village is at a point of no return. We are losing Wrong track Massive development,disregard of current homeowners,plain stupidity! Wrong track Mayor and developer seem to have own agenda. Mayor should be working for Village not developers! Wrong track Mayor and Town Council have not done enough to protect our Wrong track Money is not the only issue in life. Sometimes we have to remember we all need a place of peace. This village is a place to connect to the environment no tan amusement park at Disneyworld. Wrong track Near monopoly control of retail/hotel Wrong track Need security cameras,DEA Wrong track Need to hold developers accountable Wrong track New base village retail spaces monopolized and too little opportunity for"little guy,"poor planning/not enough parking,housing in development Wrong track New development is overkill. Need to change name to Snowmass City Source: RRC Associates Page 3 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 On track? "On track"open-ended comments Wrong track No one is taking into consideration a flat line skier number,global warming.Build it and they'll come is not the right direction. Look at Keystone,Copper Mt. Wrong track Not a responsible growth plan Wrong track Our"small town"gov't has been and continues to be pushed by the larger entities Wrong track Our natural access to the mountains is our strong point. Not more glitzy,"upscale"retail and exclusive service lodging. People will come to the mountains. Wrong track our town government has run amuck and is granting approvals left and right for development. Build one project and see if it does what the developers say it will and then move on. Stop granting approvals. Wrong track Outsized development projects-over the top Wrong track Overdevelopment and greed extinguishing the quality and peacefulness Wrong track Overdevelopment,too commercial,will leave soon for Big Sky,MT Wrong track Pat Smith=George Bush Wrong track Poor council divisions Wrong track Putting in two boutique hotels does not encourage families to come here.We need rooms,but not two Little Nell type Wrong track Related WestPac is awful for the community,luckily I voted no for Base Village Wrong track Sales taxes are way too high Wrong track Scale of base village too largelhigh Wrong track See issues above.Also,lack of concensus building by the Townl's leadership as evidenced by the constant state of Wrong track Seems to be going from family oriented to"high end market" Wrong track Should be stronger on comprehensive plan for long term Wrong track Should have called Jim Crown on"no base village light" Wrong track Since new council took office. Unable to make decisions. Wrong track Smaller government, less taxes,noise pollution Wrong track Snowmass is becoming a resort-not a village Wrong track Snowmass residents need protection from problem bears. They should not be made to feel guilty for being here and remarks such as made by Animal Control that resients should be embarrassed if bears invade their house are totally Wrong track Snowmass spending for the rec,center,new town hall,road improvements,etc.has resulted in great ammenities, but these amentities will also require additional capital(for future replacements)and operating budgets. Spending Wrong track Snowmass was asleep at the switch-now too many projects of excessive scale are jammed into the same Wrong track Sold out to developers Wrong track Some growth is OK,gondola is sound improvement Wrong track Survey should have been done years ago Wrong track The Center and Mall will probably be too large too,no more SM Village. The base village project is way out of scale. Wrong track The city slickers(developers)have and are taking our cowboys(Town Council)to the cleaners Wrong track The community has lost out to$,people without true personal investments(hearts)and loosing to pockets&wallet. Wrong track The council that allowed developers/SKILD free reign have done a huge disservice to this community. Wrong track The development project is totally out of control Wrong track The new Brush Creek Rd from Highline down and up through the islands-what a waste of$ Wrong track The town council approved too much,too big,and now some things they approved are in fact being changed,or Wrong track The town council is slowing down construction by delaying decisions which will keep the disruption ongoing. Wrong track The town did not does not scrutinize ski co construction. Wrong track The Viceroy is not a family oriented hotel and enlarging the Little Nell makes more units more expensive Wrong track The village is a shambles Wrong track The vision looks big city instead of resort ski town Wrong track There's only so much you can do in a period! Why does everyone have to rebuild now! Wrong track They are ignoring the current mall and what will happen to it Wrong track They got off track when Base Village was approved Wrong track Things are not on schedule=higher costs=higher bottom line Wrong track To many amendments to the APPROVED Base Village proposal.Developer should live with.the approvals as voted on in the referendum.It is ok to say NO to Related I Westpac. Wrong track Too big and too fast growth Source: RRC Associates Page 4 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 On track? "On track"open-ended comments Wrong track Too big,too many,too corporate,too much Wrong track Too late to get the Vrightl"base village Wrong track Too many construction projects Wrong track Too many projects at ones(sic) Wrong track Too much construction and amplified noise. Who will come back? Wrong track Too much construction at one time,not listening to permanent residents Wrong track Too much construction,it is disgusting! People don't want to come here anymore. Wrong track Too much development and noise Wrong track Too much development not paying their way Wrong track Too much development too fast Wrong track Too much emphasis on bigger is better Wrong track Too much emphasis on money,character being lost Wrong track Too much growth,too fast,trending too high-end Wrong track Too much large scale development Wrong track Too much like Vail Wrong track Too much micro management from council to town employees,hence stalling projects and inconveniencing locals Wrong track Too much property owned or controlled by the same group Wrong track Too much too fast Wrong track Too much too fast too big Wrong track TOO MUCH UNCOMTROLED GROWTH Wrong track Too much,too fast,too many changes Wrong track TOSV tried too hard to"sell"the community.Please represent us instead.Too much growth too quickly. Concern of outside developers. Loss of community. Wrong track TOSV works for special interests,developers and R.E.schemes Wrong track Town Council seems to be employed by developers Wrong track Town Council wants another Aspen with employee housing everywhere Wrong track Town is too conservative when it comes to helping the individual such as permits Wrong track Trying to be monopolistic Wrong track Trying to become another"Aspen"-destroying the charm that made it worthwhile Wrong track Trying to build to a new economy Wrong track Trying to slow construction!! Wrong track Very poor communications with residents and business owners Wrong track We are not looking out for the community Wrong track We are not the little village tucked away in the mountains any more Wrong track We don't need to be Vail! Wrong track We had a small"unique"town that is being developed into a large commercial product Wrong track We have been put on a track to failure. Over building with the long term nature of the ski industry and our climate changes. The attitude of build it and they will come is flawed. Wrong track We need more environmental and local oriented thinkers Wrong track We never max'd out prior to base village,where is everyone going to live! Wrong track We're on a fast track and need to slow down some Wrong track While an improvement to Base Village was necessary,it has been overworked. For existing homeowners the quality of life will diminish. What we need is a bigger grocery store(more affordable),mail delivery,and traffic enforcement Wrong track While mountain improvements are great,losing unique look in village Wrong track Why waste so much money at the Entryway? Why are you building roads and moving dirt for a Visitor Center when it was determined last year that we shouldn't spend the money(on that)?RAoo many stupid decisions Don't know Are we going to rip up the whole town? Don't know As a developer, I have seen this type of growth in many areas. Almost without exception the government responds after they have a problem. Don't know Hard to evaluate long-term effect of bothof the above issues. Concerned,however,that too much community development is being done too quickly. Source: RRC Associates Page 5 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 On track? "On track"open-ended comments Don't know How we handle the coming changes will determine whether or not we are on the right track(the changes made to the Thursday night show is a good example of this-and we failed in this case). Don't know I can only hope that the"right"direction is going to be positiveotime will tell Don't know I feel like a huge can of worms has been opened and not managed Don't know I read the Sun and results seem mixed,lots of contention Don't know I understand that the whole mall area is planned faidey soon to be taken down,even if they donl't touch the conference center the construction will cause a complete lack of conference business,and a ghost town effect will Don't know I'm not well informed. Don't know In some areas the direction is fine in others it is wrong-i.e.the contractors are getting away with running a very poorly coordinated construction project. Don't know Not sure about base village yetMe will see Don't know Not sure of effects of Base Village and apparent monopoly of West Pac Don't know Now that we're in the middle of all the construciton and changes in ownership and management,it's hard to tell! Don't know related west pac has too much influence-teh TOSV should direct development in TOSV Don't know Since we donl't know whatl's happening,we cannot help spread the word. We need clarity as soon as possible! Don't know Some good directions and bad Don't know Some of each. A new base village is the right idea,not sure that the design is the right one Don't know Something had to be done-but not certain this is the right path Don't know Spending out of line Don't know The town should not be intimidated by Related Don't know Too big with one owner.The town is pushing out all the small retail shops. Don't know Too early to change,everything seems to change daily. Don't know Too much silly talk about the gas station-we need one!&too$$City Hall discussion Don't know Unsure how all the new development will help/hurt the town Don't know Was on track until you allowed the village to be controlled by one entity Don't know We are concerned about change in ownership of Base Village and the total control of West Pac Don't know We really don't know what the end will look like Don't know We've only been here 3 months. Don't know With all the construction,some folks might think Snowmass is headed in the wrong direction. Given some time for construction to complete its work without so much nagging,perhaps things might look up in the near future. Don't know Worded that it will become increasingly resortified without the necessary amenities for those that live here Council out of control,staff great Enough growth has occurred to last for 5 years Excessive spending at rec center using RETT which comes primarily from absantee(sic)owners-no vote I think the base village was ok. We needed a little more facilities but I do not want much further developed&further I think the buildings are too high in Base Village and I am against the huge development the chapel wants for an Things are moving at too rapid a pace with still many unanswered questions Too much development at one time around base village;many superb accomplishments such as rec center,Brush Creek trail,and much more We needed change however know(sic)appear"out of control" We needed updating but not a hotel to take away our new Source: RRC Associates Page 6 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Sense of community Comments or suggestions on response Improved After Base Village referendum it couldn't have gotten worse Improved Council fights way too much. Without second home owners,this community could not exist. They need conseperation. Improved Finally builtthe city hall;what's the latest on the gas station? Improved i have gotten to know my neighbors more. . Improved Lessened attacks on second homeowners. Less them vs.us. Improved Old timers complain;newcomers are ecstatic. lVm the latter-this is an amazing place!I look forward to the fact that Base Village can BUILD COMMUNITy-i/e.year round eneteratingment,food&beverage,shopping,a gathering place.Right now,itl's too Improved Once Base Village was approved people calmed down Improved Recently elected council members are helping balance the townl's direction. Improved There are too many nay-sayers still within Snowmass! The development and sports amenities are long overdue! I think it is great and mandatory for this"piece of heaven." Improved There is a heightened sense of community but not agreement on issues facing the community Gotten worse All about money,money,money Gotten worse Any time you have as much going on as currently is,there is no sense of community-that will forever be gone Gotten worse As 21 year residents,it makes us really sad. Is our town really"ours"anymore? Gotten worse Aspen is no competition on the 4th. Where did sense of community go? Gotten worse Base city was supposed to be condominiumized. Businesses were going to be able to buy into the real estate. Have"Monopoly"one owner of all commercial Gotten worse Base Village and large development has divided the town. 45%voted against BV as it currently was approved and how many changes have been and are going to be made in what was approved. No business ownership as promised ecl.ect.(sic) Gotten worse Base Village and the way it was approved. Voting by seasonal workers who had no real connection to our town. Gotten worse Base village created-and continues to create-tensions among various stakeholders Gotten worse Base village destroyed sense of community Gotten worse Base Village divides the young and old,new and long tens residents Gotten worse Base village fiasco Gotten worse Base Village has divided the community Gotten worse Base Village has polarized the community. It is time for the"No"people to realize they lost the election and accept it is going to happen. Gotten worse Base village is huge and yet chapel can't expand the way it would like to Gotten worse Base Village is to blame along with Ski Co. Gotten worse Base village pulled village/community apart. New developers may kill"community" Gotten worse Base Village vote was divisive and unfortunately the influx of contractors,developers,tradespeople does not build community Gotten worse Base Village was very devisive. Letl's really consider what we allow for the mall,center and parking lots. Gotten worse Becoming more second home owners and losing young people to down valley where they can afford homes Gotten worse Community seems divided growth and development(sic) Gotten worse Consider more genuine community activities-e.g.,Farmer's Market(FOOD,not trinkets),chamber music events in association with AMF,local learning groups(e.g.,Great Books,science topics study/speakers,look at Aspen for excellent examples) Gotten worse Construction and the state of the village right now Gotten worse Construction has been disruptive Gotten worse Construction is more disruptive then anybody ever imagined. Gotten worse Council and mayor have sold the farm to developers! Gotten worse Council seems to have lost touch with local people Gotten worse Council sold out community Source: RRC Associates Page 7 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Sense of community Comments or suggestions on response Gotten worse Current council(with 2 exceptions: Lewis&Mordkin)have totally destroyed the harmony and quality of life we once enjoyed. Gotten worse Divided Gotten worse Do what the citizens want,not what the City Council wants. They think this place is their own little fiefdom. Gotten worse Don't keep selling out! Gotten worse Don't trust the elected officials Gotten worse Employees of village are a growing portion of the community and should not be taken for granted Gotten worse Everything is about maximizing profit-not what's good for community Gotten worse Everything is about money,no more volunteering for a good cause or being part of a community event Gotten worse Finish base village Gotten worse Fireworks in Snowmass Village on the 4th of July. Gotten worse Full time residents are being pitted against 2nd home owners,and there seems to be a big divide bow I newspaper and often in town council. Gotten worse General feeling of us vs.them. I attended the meeting debating the gas station-felt like big business vs.small guy. The town is under a huge amount of pressure right now-difficult to find balance. Gotten worse Go to a council meeting and watch the loons. Nobody has any respect-both ways. Gotten worse Growth has overwhelmed Gotten worse Hard to have a community when mostly made of tourists and second homeowners. Especially when the working class need 2+jobs per person. When is there time to be a"community?" Gotten worse Has become very divisive. It seems the major owners of Snowmass property will get their way to make a huge profit at the expense of the residents.They will get building permits for high density development. Soon even Snowmass ski area will be unable to Gotten worse Have a reduced ticket cost for beginner skiers and families. Skiing makes the wont and ticket costs are becoming exorbitant. Gotten worse Hopefully the politics cools down as base village takes form and life Gotten worse How many communities do you know in the middle of a building site? Gotten worse I am in favor of Base Village but it has affected the"sense of community"during the construction phase Gotten worse I feel like my voice and the voice of all my friends who live here is not heard Gotten worse I feel that the Snowmass Sun has focused on negativity and criticism of the sense of what's going on.There is also a divide(growing)between haves and have-nots-between service providers and those who depend on and can afford services. Gotten worse I feel the Town Council has not always looked at all options. We are a town with families. That should come first. Gotten worse I think the construction has tom apart our community. Our little town has been exposed with people that don rt care about our town and don't care to keep our town clean and quiet. We have people hollering at lunchtime at our local women and more crime Gotten worse if youl're not after the money you are pushed out of the way.-the only things accepted are more of everything- the 1998 comp plan was stomped on to get to where we are now-even thought the Voommunity spent 2.5 years developing the plan. Gotten worse Ignore the negative people. Keep on going forward! Gotten worse It has been very difficult to keep the locals in Snowmass Gotten worse It seems like some of the local aspects are slowly becoming more eoonomicly motivated and less for the actual locals. tourism and community must be balanced or it will become like vail(the disney land theme park effect) Gotten worse it started with the base village election and has grown worse over the building of this monster. Retailers do not know if they will be in business next year or not. Gotten worse It's becoming a two class society;the doomed and the power. The doomed will have nothing soon so give them a reason to stay! Gotten worse It's gotten worse with base village construction,lack of employees who have stayed in village,peole moving out because of construction,cost of living Source: RRC Associates Page 8 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Sense of community Comments or suggestions on response Gotten worse Keep pushing for affordable housing-find a way to take care of deed restricted owners when they need to invest for renovation Gotten worse Keep the developers feet to the fire and make sure they are keeping their end of the deal and if not fine them accordingly Gotten worse Keep this town a"village"not a developers and realtors paradise Gotten worse Lack of knowledge about the future is very disconcerting Gotten worse Leadership reflects attitude. Everyone understands the problems-bring forth solutions! Gotten worse Less community and more company town Gotten worse Let's all get positive.The construction is here,so let's manage it(i.e.Town Council)and learn to live with it. Constructive criticism OK. Gripes-no. Gotten worse Local(illegible)and access to golf Gotten worse Local media spends too much energy picking people apart and always excentuating the bad.Editorials very adolescent and spiteful. Gotten worse Local newspaper has done nothing to help. Gotten worse Local workers are forced out of town for cost of living Gotten worse Locals are angry about everything-traffic construction lack of retail, rent-it affects how they react to each other. The only local friendly gathering to my observation in the rodeo. Thursday night concerts are not fun anymore. Gotten worse Lots of dust and noise Gotten worse Many long-time locals have disappeared...to move downvalley and elsewhere. Increasingly unaffordable for any except the super-wealthy...with no relief in sight. A product of a greedy attitude that pervades the community these days,as opposed to the c Gotten worse Many people feel offended by the corporate dominance and are ready to move away. Gotten worse Massive development with the old 1'Prosl'becoming 1'consl'when they see what it actually looks like Gotten worse More people showed up for the service station,and still the"council"wanted to make it a strip mall! Gotten worse Most towns people are busy complaining about the size of Base Village. The"roundabout"is crazy. NJ took out the ones in the state. Gotten worse Newspaper has constant negative columns.More than any one person the editor creates negativity in town.If she thinks everything is so awful,why doesn't she leave?I cringe when visitors read what she publishes. Gotten worse No offense really,but the construction workers have taken over our once quaint restaurants,although the business owners probably like that. I get the sense,considering the real estate price escalations,that Snowmass Village may became a place for the Gotten worse No one can"create"a community! At this time any"community"exists among the workers tearing up the place. Does"community'exist in Aspen?! Gotten worse Out of control valley wide growth and over use of natural resources Gotten worse Over-emphasis on pleasing the developers reduces community spirit. The Town Council needs a backbone and more skepticism regarding claims and promises made by developers. The Town Council has its own agenda regardless of public opinion. Gotten worse Pay attention to the consultants'studies instead of ignoring them.Stop wasting money on more studies and do something. Gotten worse People are leaving,it is becoming just a resort not a community Gotten worse People aren't as friendly as when I first moved hear(sic) Gotten worse People cannot afford the homes in the area to create a diverse socioeconomic profile. People who are"locals" used to care to make others"local." Now it's more"us vs.them"and people feel that on both sides. Lots of staff barely speak fluent Englis Gotten worse People seem very concerned by the power of the 800Ib Gorellia Westpac and how they will get their way in any negotiation because money talks everyone else takes the hike. Gotten worse People who used to love it here and work here are leaving. You have only foreign students who are not part of the community here. What will happen when you need more workers? Gotten worse Politicians who grand stand and refuse to work to"solve"problems Source: I Associates Page 9 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Sense of community Comments or suggestions on response Gotten worse Questions of Base Village and single?ownership remain unsettling Gotten worse Second homeowners are treated very poorly when it comes to decisions made by the town Gotten worse Seems like too much negative energy about Base Village and Ski Cc-community is divided Gotten worse Since the 3rd and 4th home owners can vote on what happens to my home Gotten worse Size of base village making real locals(not just fake locals who voted yes)wonder why we are still here Gotten worse SM has been split in two with this base village construction and now we have a monopoly controling the retail and hotel business. This is not all good for this community. Gotten worse Smarten up about developer agendas and their ability to keep their agreements Gotten worse Still feels like"us against them" Gotten worse Stop all the high density construction. You are going to be left with a lot of empty high rise buildings. Gotten worse Tension between year-round residents and second homeowners Gotten worse The Base Village issue was divisive. Town needs to rebuild a sense of community and purpose. Gotten worse the construction is overwhelming everything. Gotten worse The construction is very taxing and splits the community Gotten worse The development is not in character with what I envision as a ski town. Way too big,no personality. Gotten worse The entire Council should apologize to the Town for its cavalier attitude over the past 5 years and should admit how much they were paid to sell us out! Gotten worse The existing community is being overrun and overlooked in regards to all that is happening in the commercial world,and the tranquility we once enjoyed. Gotten worse The greed of local landowners-realtors seem to have killed the town as we once knew it. "We had to destroy SMV in order to save it." Yeah,right,save it for whom? Gotten worse The inception of Base Village has caused a vast divide Gotten worse The local press needs to acknowledge their responsibility in keeping the community strong. The columns they print are damaging,not helpful. Gotten worse The massive new development has split the community Gotten worse The negative people on B.V.should assist with a more positive attitude. We need to be more open to new proposals from Related West Pac. They can make B.V.much better than the original plan if the community works with an open mind. Gotten worse The only togetherness I see recently is the ski co and West Pack Rats trying to greenback the Brush Creek Valley. Yes,we need revitalization but not a huge mega mansion condo complex that will remain largely empty 3l4 of the year because the fur clad m Gotten worse The split in community is a result of Base Village. Any chance of improving the community feeling will not come until all aspects(including S.M.Center and old mall)are in place. Gotten worse The Sun and people in Snowmass should follow that aspiration statement a little more than they are now(or get out of town). Be more positive about where they live. Gotten worse The Town Council has sold its soul to the developer Gotten worse The Town Council sold out to special interests with little regard to negative consequenceso-The Village is now just yet another real estate scheme endorsed by local government. It took the spirit of the community away. Gotten worse The Town Council that past(sic)Base City gave developers much of what they requested-ignoring the comp plan work a few years prior.Their action neatly divided the community. Now that the die is cast,the current council has much to do to build our Gotten worse The town is being run by the real estate industry Gotten worse The town seems to belong to second homeowners and not to the locals! Gotten worse The village mall shops are in decline and look like they will be out of business in a year or two Gotten worse The vote for Base Village divided SMV and it has gotten worse ever since Gotten worse There does not feel like much of a sense of community since base village was approved Gotten worse There is a general feeling that our city council,past and present,is out of touch with the majority. With the probable demise of many small businesses that SMV residents have relied on for years,it's hard to have a positive outlook. Source: RRC Associates Page 10 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Sense of community Comments or suggestions on response Gotten worse There remains ongoing friction related to the Base Village decision. People need to accept the fact of the development,and focus on 1"how bestV to make the development the 1"bestl"for the community.; ;Secaondly, the Snowmass Sun needs to review their Gotten worse They will eventually chase out people who do not belive(sic)in their way. Start listening to the local community! People working here in construction do not care about town or community and it shows. Garbage etc. Gotten worse This community is divided on so many issues. No one has stepped up to alleviate local concerns when the money"starts rolling in. Gotten worse This town is radically divided. It is now a one corporation town-for the corp,by the corp and of the oorp. It is tht rich(who are Invested in the corp)against the locals who provide the services for the rich(and the corp). The town's soul and spi Gotten worse Thursday nights concerts with no drinking are not what they use to be. Too many events to keep track of. No sense of really 1"gathering placel"for locals Gotten worse too late for quite some time to come Gotten worse Too late,will take 5-10 years to rebuild trust with town council. Town is divided into 2 main groups them against us!or those that want to live here and those that want to greed here! Gotten worse Too many hateful people in the press-Johnny Boyd! Gotten worse Too many yes people on the council Gotten worse TOO much development,as a result of this,air quality is now polluted with dust Gotten worse Too much dissention(sic)about all the issues being undertaken and the Town being purported(sic)to become a Ski Co.owned town. What a waste! Gotten worse Too much emphasis on the buck Gotten worse Too much strief Gotten worse Town Council should be ashamed Gotten worse Town created us vs.them split Gotten worse Town residents have become bitter toward the development and too focused on the negative,rather than wait for the positive aspects of development to be completed. Gotten worse Us vs.them! Gotten worse Very divided Gotten worse Village is a noisy beehive of activity. You canot even sleep in till B am with the noise and traffic. I fear the residents with have 5 or 6 more years of building with the base/mall/center. Gotten worse We are growing at such a rate that every other person is anonymous now-we have completely lost our sense of a small town connected by our love for the outdoors. We are"owned"by the Crown family's greed to sell time shares and retail space. Gotten worse We are not going to be a community very long if things keep going the way they are Gotten worse We have all strived to stick together but many of the growth issues have fractured us Gotten worse We should have grown but without Intrawest Gotten worse We used to live"off campus"in a tight knit community. Now we will live"in the dorm"because of Base Village. The base will need 500-600 worker bees per day/night.Who are they?Where will they live? They are all foreign workers because the pay scal Gotten worse What community! Gotten worse What sense of communityNocals can't afford to live here! Gotten worse When the construction is over we'll find out. 15-20 years? Can't see Fanny Hill from new Town Hall. Gotten worse With plan in place and well-better base village and related approvals in place,town council has inexplicably begun to gut those plans and provisions,both in response to variance/change applications,and for reasons of its own. Examples include: 1)All Stayed the same Assure that Skico does not change the ski access/cut out old privileges Stayed the same Base village has split this area like a meteor Stayed the same Bring back BYOB at concerts! Responsible drinking only! Stayed the same Hopefully Snowmass will not make the mistakes we've seen in Aspen with too much growth,infill,fractional owners Source: RRC Associates Page 11 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Sense of community Comments or suggestions on response Stayed the same In danger of becoming worse with the focus on redevelopment Stayed the same It seems to be the same,the more you learn the less responsive it seems Stayed the same More community events Stayed the same More community events Stayed the same New Town Council seems to have some better ideas for construction management but doesn't seem to be acting on any of them and really with the same dumbass mayor leading the show how much can the sense of comminty(sic)actually chanqe Stayed the same Really little or no promotion of sense of community Stayed the same Some store owners are bitter with new development Stayed the same The"town"cannot create community Stayed the same The sense of community are the people and they have not Ieftoyet! Stayed the same There is cleady a need for improvement Stayed the same Town owned by monopoly Stayed the same We have always had a good sense of community and hope we don't get too big and loose(sic)it Stayed the same Why not have neighborhood pot lucks,etc.to bring people together? Stayed the same Wish there were a way to reduce the constant drumbeat of negative editorial and columnist opinion in the local paper,particularly since they don't need to sell papers Don't know/no opinion As a non-resident homeowner, I donl't a feel for a sense of community. Don't know/no opinion Don't like to see landmarks in village destroyed for larger more commercial buildings that don't promote homey"family atmosphere. Seems more"money"oriented. Don't know/no opinion have only lived here since Dec 06 Don't know/no opinion I love Snowmass and feel the community is doing a good job. I canl't tell you if it is better or worse. Don't know/no opinion I'd say gotten worse but there is some sense of community in shared misery! Don't know/no opinion I've never been invited to a community event in the 9 years I've awned a home,nor have I been invited to a smaller neighborhood event. Don't know/no opinion Keep it as the hidden gem it is-don't run it into VAIL!! Don't know/no opinion More acceptance and inclusion of second home owners-a large part of population quite ignored Don't know/no opinion People arenot that welcoming. Don't know/no opinion Seems the community's"myphed"(sic)with the changes Don't know/no opinion We are only part-timers(4-5 months)and love it here,but we don't know much about the local gov't,partly our fault and partly the Village's Don't know/no opinion Wel're in transition,this is not a fair question given all the frustrations with base Village Construction and the changes the developer has pushed on us,Viceroy for one... Base village is tearing apart teh community-still. Honestly SV is just a suburb of Aspen for our family. Unfortunately,we have no local ties to SV. We hope NV development compels us to stay in SV for amenities. Miss Wildcat restaurant where you could run into locals. There should be places where you have contact with people who are a part of the Town:apres ski and on a day to day basis Source: RRC Associates Page 12 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Attitude towards vision Comments on response Not at all excited a COORPORATE VILLAGE WILL NOT BE AS GOOD AS A MA AND PA VILLAGE Not at all excited A monster has been created and quality of life and service will suffer Not at all excited After 29 years here,thinking of moving Not at all excited Again,base village is too big. It will be empty most ofthe year(as is Highlands)and has disrupted life in the village for locals. Not at all excited all I see is deteroiation ofthe sense ofcommunity. Localy owned business going out of business because of ever increasing rents. Snowmass is quickly becoming another Aspen. Out of control Not at all excited As a 35-year homeowner I see nothing improved Not at all excited Base Village,City Hallo.big mistakes/Pac-West is trouble waiting to happen Not at all excited Development is ruining the town Not at all excited Disappointed,SAD,I may move Not at all excited Don't agree with vision of large hotels,etc. Not at all excited Excited for the end result,not the process Not at all excited fearful of end result Not at all excited Getting overdeveloped,losing atmosphere Not at all excited I am pretty scared of the future of Snowmass as it is Not at all excited I am thinking about moving Not at all excited I don't think they are improvements Not at all excited I don't view much of the current construction as"improvement" Not at all excited I feel we are going to be left holding the bag for this base village boheimeth. The ski company and intra- west have already bailed. what is going to happen if Pat Smith doesnl't get his way? Not at all excited I moved to a small town in the mountains. I never"envisioned"it becoming a metropolis. Only those with large financial gains at stake are excited. Not at all excited I preferred the old Snowmass Village 25 years ago. Not at all excited I said enough. If I want NYC or Disneywodd I would be there. Not at all excited I see Base Village as nothing more than a real estate project Not at all excited I think improvement was needed but Base Village was a bad call voted against it don't like it we were all duped(sic) Not at all excited I think the"improvements"aren't. Not at all excited I think we are trying to be Aspen,but we can't be and we shouldn't be!! We'll love the down to Earth clients. Not at all excited I was excited,but now traffic is horrible and everything is converting to a hotel...and less retail. Not at all excited I'll move to Big Sky,Montana Not at all excited I'm kind of bummed that this cool town is going to be another high class resort town Not at all excited I'm not sure Westpac has a vision. They want to develop piecemeal and make end runs via variances. To phrase the question in terms of"improvements"smacks of editorialism. Not at all excited Improvements? You call ground zero an improvement? Not at all excited improvements?more traffic during peak times,and more empty buildings during none peak times Not at all excited Intrawest sucks! Not at all excited It is time for me to move from this once great small town! Not at all excited It is way too large/ Not at all excited It's a mess Not at all excited It's nice we are upgrading facilities but the impact has been too great Not at all excited Loosing(sic)sense of community,going generictcommercial ski town Not at all excited Make developers pay for their profits. Not at all excited More crowding,more grumpy tourists, more traffic and especially more NOISE! Not at all excited More empty condos Not at all excited Pave paradise Not at all excited Sinclair Meadows is not an improvement. Base Village is not an improvement. Not at all excited Snowmass used to be different from all the others Not at all excited The almighty dollar is winning. Source: RRC Associates Page 13 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Attitude towards vision Comments on response Not at all excited The council tries to micromanage the development Not at all excited The village is being destroyed Not at all excited The vision to me seems to be only for the real estate firms Not at all excited The whole process from the"community"vote to the approval process to the"buyout"has been a gross SHAM! Not at all excited These are NOT improvements-we'll end up like the Highlands-a ghost town! Not at all excited This is all for revenue and not about the town as a community Not at all excited To some,it looks like wel've traded our vision for a recreational facility. Not at all excited Too big,too much,too soon! Not at all excited Too dense,crating a worker/housing dilemma. Not geared to your"average"working family. I've been here 30 years-SMV is turning into a"yuppie"heaven. Not at all excited Too much Not at all excited Too much all at once Not at all excited Too much development approved Not at all excited Too much traffic and pollution Not at all excited Tourist attraction here we come0 Not at all excited Town Council sucked in,will create retail and service nite mare Not at all excited Turning into just another"big"mountain resort with no feeling Not at all excited Very negative concerning current development Not at all excited What improvements-so far,it's a mess Not at all excited Years and years of construction is NOT exciting Not at all excited 20 pounds of shit in a 10 pound box Somewhat excited Afraid town is getting too expensive for families Somewhat excited Anxious is more like it Somewhat excited Base village too big,town center nice! Somewhat excited Base Village will be OK when it's done Somewhat excited But also scared to see how much traffic it will add. Don't want it ruined. I think Steamboat turned out terrible,and hope we donrt make same mistakes. Somewhat excited Change is good,but smaller steps Somewhat excited Concerned about construction mess and ultimate density Somewhat excited Concerned it will get too big to handle the volume of people-or,will turn into a ghost village like Highlands Somewhat excited Connect all 4 mountains ASAP for winter sports. Somewhat excited Construction projects are a fiasco. How could the council members travel to Deer Valley,Sun Valley etc. and create a place that looks like Copper Mountain? Somewhat excited Don't grow at the expense of character Somewhat excited Don't kill the goose that laid the golden egg! Somewhat excited Excited but dealing with the traffic and congestion Somewhat excited Excitement is tempered by concern over adequacy of infrastructure and assumptions in development submissions Somewhat excited Fear of overcrowding. Need Restaurant at Sams knob immediatley. Somewhat excited From initial approval the new BV was exciting. But the hand-changing between Intrawest and Related WestPac is concerning. I try to stay optimistic. Somewhat excited Get a better handle on related West Pac,no more changes or broken promises Somewhat excited Gondola helps leave that side of mountain open later Somewhat excited Growth can be good,if done right. I want to be able to live and work here,that is becoming tough. Somewhat excited Hesitant Somewhat excited Hotel too large(over scale)in front of Deerbrook(4 million dollar)condos Somewhat excited I am excited,but at the same time change is always hard. The Vold schooll"ways of snowmass were fun and memorable yet I know all of this building and change will be better for the long run. Somewhat excited I hope we get what was originally planned Source: RRC Associates Page 14 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Attitude towards vision Comments on response Somewhat excited I view all the changes with trepidation Somewhat excited I wish Base Village retail/restaurant venue would be affordable. I wish the vision had begun sooner. I wish the almighty dollar didn't dictate everything here. Somewhat excited I'm really waiting to see. The turnover in ownership has caused and unsettled feeling. Somewhat excited I'm worried that the character of the village is going to be destroyed completely and replaced by nothing but a dormitory village for skiers Somewhat excited Improved lifts and skiing access Somewhat excited It could be fantastic,WE- Somewhat excited It is clear that what was originally proposed for Base Village has been modified significantly and I really do not understand the current plan. Somewhat excited It will be nice when it is done but how many years of hell do we have to go through Somewhat excited It will be s0000 long before local benefits are seen Somewhat excited Just whose"vision"is it? Somewhat excited Look at Aspen Highlands=DEAD. No parking for locals to ski. Somewhat excited Look forward to it being done Somewhat excited More direction in planning for the future. Please outline and communicate. Somewhat excited Need better enforcement of construction rules Somewhat excited Needs to"AAA+++"to compete Somewhat excited New base village seems huge Somewhat excited Not excited about massive growth and employee shortage Somewhat excited Not sure how this will work if nobody can get here Somewhat excited Plan,intent,approvals were in place and progressing;recent moves to divert from planlapprovals and great piece-meal changes threatens outcome and puts village/villagers at risk. Somewhat excited Real estate is out of control-same as it was before crashes in other resort areas Somewhat excited Rec Centers and amenities like it do not make a town desirable;it is the people that make a town desirable.A friendly town is a desirable and memorable town,to visitors as well as locals.So it is very important to stay civil with each other and our vi Somewhat excited Remember that the mountain experience-not the village is prime. That's why we are here. Don't overdo it in town. Somewhat excited Sad that my small village won't be so small,and excited for new things Somewhat excited Slow down the phasing in of new construction,buildings and redevelopment. Too much of this activity has a negative impact on such a small community. Somewhat excited Some of the new improvement upgrades have been needed for a long time,but I fear it has been over- analyzed,and as a result,over-developed. But when I choose to no longer live here(part or full time),I will at least have a retirement nest eqq in the Somewhat excited There are some great things and some bad things Somewhat excited This town has the potential to be a much more family and resident friendly community than Aspen currently is and I see it becoming an even more desirable place to live Somewhat excited Too much construction Somewhat excited Too much construction at once and bosses not listening to experts in the community Somewhat excited Too much construction! Monster homes-ugh! Somewhat excited We're in bed with the devil"Related" Somewhat excited Worded about crowds and traffic,but excited about new amenities Very excited All the negative crap will be proven wrong,it will be a world class place! Very excited And a little apprehensive Very excited Any reservations I have are based on not knowing what the plans are that Related West Pac has for changes to base village,mall and shopping center Very excited But also apprehensive-we needed better amenities Very excited But nervous and concerned that growth be controlled,reasonable and not too much Very excited Do not overbuild! Very excited Excited but hesitant towards related cos. Source: RRC Associates Page 15 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Attitude towards vision Comments on response Very excited Got to get a new hotel on board-pronto Very excited I am so excited to see the final product! ;Snowmass will be the place to be! Just like people in Aspen say they never go beyone the roundabout...Well, I wonl't ever have to go beyond the Brush Creek I Owl Creek intersection! That will make me happy:) Very excited I wish it could be finished in 3-5 years and not 7-10 years Very excited Ironically,I am hopeful and upbeat Very excited It is like a rebirth and it is clear that we have on(sic)shot at doing it right now Very excited It\'s about time. Very excited Let's not add on any newtown or private projects until we complete what we have Very excited Like the idea of good restaurants and some nightlife Very excited More life is better than dying Very excited Re-emphasize-multi-family housing for local and lower-income workers;;GUARANTEE That small business will have access to low cost space to provide services patronized by local residents. I don\'t want to have to pay$7 for a beer,or$4.95 for a Latte, Very excited SBV,new shopping center,etc.great Very excited There will be a lot more construction for a lot more years.; However,that will create an environment that has a constan Flow of traffic.;With all of the ammenities that are planned and needed in SMV this traffic is necessary to make the ammenities viabl Very excited This resort is tired and needs upgrades to support the aspiration statement Very excited Very excited about the future once the construction is completed. I would just like to know the timeline and the plan... Very excited We love it! Finally! Very excited We need a more wholistic and cohesive process. Very excited We need more of the same,hope this is just the tip of the iceberg Very excited Will look beau( Don't know what the vision is \'improvements\'-or do you mean changes? Don't know what the vision is A new base village is of no direct interest to me Don't know what the vision is I have a wait and see attitude with a large amount of skepticism Don't know what the vision is Is it big development? Don't know what the vision is Look like to see quality improvements over quantity! Don't know what the vision is Slop changing it! Don't know what the vision is Vision changes with each new developer Don't know what the vision is Waiting to see what Base Village really means for the town overall Vision"changes too much and too often I don't see most of them as improvements;if the new vision is about real estate income then you are meeting your goal Nice rec center,daily ticket too expensive. Don't call Base Village an improvement. The vision changes according to the whim of the developer What has improved? Source: RRC Associates Page 16 of 16 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q1.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) W • Addition to previously submitted survey--please skip to infrastructure question W • affordable housing W • Affordable housing W • All Commercial Space Owned by Related-Westpack W • Approving and enforcing proper development W • base village W • base village W • Base Village completion W • Base village construction W • Base Village effects W • base village noise,dirt,traffic jam ups W • Bears W • Bringing the community together related to all of the development W • Changes to Base Village approved plan W • concentration of high density living W • Congestion with all of the new building W • conservation of open land W • Construction W • CONSTRUCTION MGMT-ENFORCEMENT W • Construction mitigation W • Construction pacing W • Construction traffic W • Construction Traffic W • constructions W • control of building height-keep the height down,mass not as important W • Controlled expansion W • cordinating all the development projects W • Developing an effectively functioning,collegial Town Council. W • Development W • development W • employee housing W • Employee Housing W • employee housing W • employee housing W • employee housing W • finding employees W • Functionality of ski season with so much construction incomplete and in the process W • Future development plans W • GROWTH W • housing W • Housing for employees or normal income people W • How to maintain the inviting resort town environment with diverse(8 increasing)needs of 2nd HO's,workers W • Imagining the great future we will have ten years from now W • Lack of affordable housing to PURCHASE,then RENT on the free market W • Lack of day use/nighting parking:convenient parking W • loss of conference space to keep the TOSV viable during then summer and winter to some extent M • Make the best of the Base Village situation W • Management of developers and making them accountable W • managing the growth/censtruction so that Snowmass does not lose its'town"or"community"feeling W • Managing the large commercial developments W • Marketing/Conference business W • NIMBY's W • Not allowing alcohol at Thursday concerts W • Not enough parking spaces W • over building W • over development W • Overgrowth Source.RRC Associates Page 1 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 01.In a few words what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) W • overbuilding-too much construction W • Overdevelopment(&too big),lack of employees and housing W • parking W • Parking which hopefully will be taken care of by new underground parking W • Poor Marketing/Branding W • Preservation of the best parts of SV through continued careful management of change W • Quality of development W • Quality of Life W • Rapid,uncontrolled growth&development;loss of community spirit W • Replacing the Conference Center-Silvertree Conf.Center is going out in April 2009 W • Retaining a"small town"feel after all the construction is done. W • Size of new development W • structure proliferation W • sustaining community and commercial vitality and increased sales tax revenue W • the development of Base Village,the Center,the Mall and the area extending above W • The future of Base Village and whether or not the developer will produce a quality product that serves the community and brings more people and jobs to SMV. W • The lack of constructive,intelligent leadership on the City Council W • The questions related to ALL future development in the principal 3 areas of the town. W • To guide and supervise new base village to help assure it becomes the best in the US W • Town spending is out of control. Snowmass needs to build reserves for a rainy day. W • traffic W • traffic coming into town W • Traffic noise/congestion W • Working to get the new developers to fill in the blanks and tell us their plans for Snowmass village,not just piece meal us with bits and pieces M • Ability to handle the hugeness of Base Village development and still keep sense of town/community M • Access by air M • Accessibility(sic),quality upgrades,amenities M • Acknowledging and representing the absantee(sic)owners M • Addressing transportation,how to get to Snowmass from anywhere(now limited flights,usually oversold,etc.) M • Affordable employee housing-rent and own M • Affordable housing M • Affordable housing M • Affordable housing M • Affordable housing-long term M • Aging infrastructure-especially neighborhood roads,sewer and water lines M • Air access to Aspen M • Airport access M • All of Snowmass is owned by the same people(Westpak) M • All the construction,heavy traffic,potholes and the prospect of the whole mall being torn down and being rebuilt M • Amount of construction M • Amie on Town Council is a hinderance to the process(sic) M • Bad PR with Base Village,lack of trust with Skico,Intrawesl,WestPac,TOSV M • Balancing resort vs.community,how construction is disrupting our daily lives M • Balancing the needs of the community with the needs of the resort(e.g.,affordable housing,local business opportunities) M • .Balancing the Snowmass Village voters'desires with the developer's new ideas of financial gain M • Base Village M • Base village M • Base Village M • Base Village M • Base Village M • Base village M • Base Village-too massive M • Base Village-Westpac is not fulfilling promises M • Base village completion M • Base Village construction M • Base Village construction M • Base Village construction Source:RRC Associates Page 2 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Cit.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) M • Base Village development M • Base village is too big M • Base Village should have NEVER been approved M • Base Village too big,too much construction-not enough community benefits such as employee housing,etc. M • Base Village variances-Council must be stronger and smarter! M • Base Village,mall reconstruction and Center redo M • Base Village,redevelopment of the Center M • Base village/level of redevelopment-need to balance the provision of improved facilities and vitality with the lower-key character of Snowmass Village M • Bears in our homes M • Building a sense of community M • Buying in to profit-driven developers and Aspen Skico wants M • Can a person still be able to rent their condo in spite of all the new condos being built M • Commercial construction M • Complete base village quickly M • Completing base village soon! M • Completing base village,it is going to be fantastic but some people can't seem to see it! M • Completion of base village M • Completion of base village M • Completion of Base Village in a timely manner M • Completion of const. M • Completion of construction projects in a safe manor(sic)without disturbing normal life M • Construction M • Construction M • Construction M • Construction M • Construction M • Construction M • Construction M • Construction M • Construction growth M • Construction impacts M • Construction impacts M • Construction management M • Construction management M • Construction mess M • Construction noise,dust,traffic,etc. M • Construction noise,traffic and transient-type construction workers M • Construction overload M • Construction problems-delays on Brush Creek M • Construction problems and delays M • Construction problems for the next 5 years M • Construction workers directing the traffic flow,moving too slow M • Construction! M • Contain growth and charm of area M • Containment of excessive growth M • Continuing developer requests to change approved plans M • Continuing the major construction investments,but maintain the traditional year round atmosphere and responsibility. M • Control of growth-saving the feel of Snowmass Village as it is today and the past. This is Colorado,not some big city elsewhere,that is why I am here as a second home owner. Please do not loose(sic)the reason we all came here. M • Controlled development M • Controlled development/redevelopment M • Controlled growth M • Controlling development to retain Town's character. M • Controlling future growth and especially fractional ownership properties! M • Controlling growth and density M • Controlling traffic:emphasis should be on enforcing rodeo and Two Creek parking,not ticketing M • Controlling your 3 main centers Source:RRC Associates Page 3 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Ql.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) M • Coordination of construction projects M • Coordination of development M • Cost of housing(rising rapidly) M • Council does not listen to residents M • Council should not let developers'piece meal'their applications M • Creating a"family friendly"environment M • Dealing with construction M • Dealing with construction and overcrowding at holidays M • Dealing with the future growth that is now scheduled to occur M • Define a strategic direction for Town based on community input. M • Defining its identity M • Density M • Developers M • Development M • Development M • Development-maintain a balance between local and visitor needs M • Development of skiing on Burnt Mountain M • Development on too large a scale M • Development! M • Development,and quality of life are being compromised by ineffective Town Council M • Development,construction M • Disruption of lifestyle due to all the construction M • Downsize the square footage of the center! M • Effect of Base Village development M • Employee housing M • Employee housing M • Employee housing M • Employee housing(need more) M • Employee housing that is affordable M • Employee housing,staffing projected increases in retail,restaurants,etc. M • Enhance summer experience M • Entrance M • Environment and the destruction of it. M • Everything closes too early and there's not enough open in the off-season,it's like a ghost town M • Excess planned condo building at new base village M • Excessive construction activity that demotivates locals and will discourage tourism M • Excessive growth M • Expansion/development M • Expensive lottery housing for employees M • Family employee housing M • Finishing the planning and construction of all the town's commercial cores in ways that balance the needs of the community. M • Focus on Base Village one plan- no revisions on piecemeal basis M • From my last visit,I remember the town as ugly M • Gaining/retaining employees M • Get base village and the center DONE! M • Getting base village completed ASAP M • Getting through the construction process quickly-don't drag feet on approving projects M • Goals focused on profit M • Going outside of the building code on the Base Village M • GREED M • Greed driven overdevelopment and the race to build everything at once M • Greed. Unethical behavior by citizens development,and those entrusted with the public good. M • Growth M • Growth M • Growth M • Growth M • Growth Source:RRC Associates Page 4at 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q1.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) M • Growth M • Growth M • Growth M • Growth-excessive M • Growth and development M • Growth and traffic M • Growth cannot continue forever without losing our quality of life-let's be content M • Growth control and quality. Employee housing M • Growth vs.quality of life M • Growth,taxes M • Growth:we are losing the"small town"atmosphere M • Have Paradise Bakery put in ice cream? M • Having enough employees for good service M • Having the amenities,restaurants and shops to attract people to stay in Snowmass versus going to Aspen M • Higher pay for future town council so a real representation of village residents could run for office M • Hold Base Village to their agreements M • Holding related West Pac's feet to the fire on promises made by IntraweSUA.S.C.but now being changed(no Westin Hotel,promise for businesses to own/purchase space in village-not going to happen!) M • Housing M • Housing M • Housing M • Housing-labor shortage M • Housing for employees M • Housing for locals M • Housing for workers-inexcusable and vnll ruin area M • How can Snowmass become unique? Not like other areas. DO NOT become like Aspen. M • How do we deal with West Pec? M • How to keep from being too crowded on the mountain? M • How to repair the damage done by Base Village M • 1 think construction is a huge issue(obviously) M • Impact of Base Village on Snowmass Mall area transportation M • Impact of development of affluent resort on livable community M • Inadequate low cost employee housing M • Incompetence ofTown staff(at all levels);people are not hired for their abilities/qualities,but by virtue of the Good 01'Boy network M • Inequity in Snowmass fees(e.g.,2%RETT in SBV-VS,1%elsewhere in Snowmass,and SBV HOA fees(for SBV'village'which should be paid by all Snowmass property owners not just SBV owners) M • Infrastructure upgrades to keep up with development M • Insure a unique,comfortable community M • Its growing too fast and way out of control. The Base Village is way too big-should have been 30%less. M • Just because we've made a lot of money with the real estate sales lately,why spend it all now? M • Keeping a small friendly atmosphere as we grow M • Keeping control over Related-WestPac M • Keeping local homeowners here,i.e.affordability M • Keeping our community feeling M • Keeping Snowmass growth under control M • Keeping the village,a resort bordering in the wildemess not a small city isolated from the mountains M • Lack of affordable housing M • Lack of affordable housing especially for seasonal workers and the fact that people sublet while on leaves M • Lack of employees M • Lack of good transport from major hubs to our valley M • Lack of home(or neighborhood pod)mail delivery;driving to post office is a nightmare,dim,construction,polluting,waste of time M • Lack of parking-currently and future build outs M • Lack of quality employees and housing for them M • Lack of restaurants M • Leadership-it is missing-there is little business judgment M • LIFE during 10 years of construction M • Limited parking Source:RRC Associates Page 5 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q1.In afew words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) M • Losing long time employees who are being forced out due to lack of affordable housing M • Losing our nature and beauty to enterprise and concrete M • Losing the NON-Aspen flavor M • Loss of community M • Loss of open space M • Loss of special and unique image M • Maintain FAMILY orientation,not super glamorous European snobbishness M • Maintain ski-hike-bike access and activities M • Maintaining a sense of community integrity in the face of Rel-WP development. M • Maintaining a viable business core M • Maintaining and improving the quality of lifefor residents and visitors M • Maintaining and/or improving quality of life M • Maintaining resident quality of life despite growth pressures M • Maintaining small character and sense of community in the face of so much commercial development M • Maintaining small town values amidst massive expansion/upheaval M • Maintaining the family,low key feel of the village M • Make locals feel this is still their home M • Making sure the base village stays on schedule! M • Making the impact of the massive development as small as possible M • Making the village into a Vail/Beaver Creek M • Manage growth in a fiscally and environmentally conscious manner M • Managing during the construction M • Managing growth M • Managing growth M • Managing growth M • Managing the constructionlroads/delays so they don't ruin life M • Marketing plan when construction is finished M • Mass and scale of development M • Massive construction all at once. Loss of repeat guests M • Mitigating construction(too late!) M • Monopoly of Westpac M • Monopoly ownership M • More developed retail such as restaurants,book store,etc. M • Need for more FREE MARKET housing M • Need to complete construction projects as soon as possible(not take another 10 years M • Need to remove all bears! M • Negative reactions to recent town election that approved base village-should fire Johnnie Boyd M • New base village-change of ownership of majority of properties M • New/larger market(grocery store)-in order to provide for year round residents M • No conference center M • NO fiscal responsibility M • No more growth M • Noise M • Noise valley from cars and trucks M • Not being blinded by commercial development into not recognizing what creates a successful,local town(that is required to truly compete with Aspen). (E.g.resident parking,accessible local services/provision). M • Not enough parking M • Not following our own rules/regulations for Base Village M • Not letting the new Base Village owner ruin the project. We were promised a national hotel. Viceroy is NOT IT. M • Not to have the town turn into a place for the super rich. Keep the small town flavor. M • Number of skier days M • Orderly management of construction projects M • Out of control overdevelopment M • Outpricing the resort M • Over building-just look around the Center-its a joke,there's more dump trucks than cars M • Over crowding during the winter M • Over developing-ONE developer! Source:RRC Associates Page 6 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 01.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) M • Over development M • Over development of the town M • Overbuilding M • Overbuilding M • Overbuilding condos/commercial M • Overbuilding leading to either overcrowding or too many vacancies M • Over-construction M • Overcrowding and greed M • Overdevelopment M • Over-development M • Over-development,keeping open space M • Overdevelopment/traffic M • Overgrowth with buildings too massive M • Overgrowth without preserving what makes Snowmass great M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking-will there be ample lots for development M • Parking access to commercial skiing,traffic(trucks),too much happening at once M • Parking and center parking M • Parking,traffic M • People not coming in summer and winter due to construction inconveniences M • Poor road configuration for the increase in traffic M • Population growth-with it comes crime-are you ready for that? M • Preserving natural resources during town renaissance M • Preventing over development M • Prompt completion of building projects-then strict limitation of further development M • Proper growth M • Providing adequate infrastructure to residents,i.e.water,police,fire M • Quality leadership M • Quality of life M • Rampant,uncontrolled growth M • Rapid growth=loss of amenities M • Reduce spending. Such as on the'Taj Mahal"and not very attractive new Village Office structure(you should be ashamed). M • Reevaluating who we are trying to target/market without selling out M • Related Westpac controlling everything M • Related Westpac RAPE of our town M • Related WestPac tearing up the roads without building new or replacing to divert traffic M • Resident lack of trust of the Skioo and developer M • Retaining community vitality(sense of town) M • Roads handling traffic M • Saying YES to Pat Smith M • Scale of new development M • Second home owners have no vote M • Selling ourselves out ie:extra square footage in houses,not paying attention to a master community,too many projects M • Snowmass shopping(sic)center&Conoco gas station M • Somehow get the developers to finalize their plans for all of S'mass rather than the continued piece meal approach M • Sprawl of base village and distrust of new owners M • Staffing for expanding business needs M • Staying"community-minded,"not running SMV like a corporation and making employees into pro-base village robots M • Stop the madness of development M • Successful completion of Base Village-smarter M • Successful resort L-T development(Base Village) M • Sufficient employee housing to meet the new Base Village occupancy demands M • The awful prospect of ten years of construction Source:RRC Associates Page 7 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Of.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) M • The biggest issue is monumental amount of construction impacts-with Base Village now and the Center&Mall next M • The buildout of Base Village M • The congestion(sic)noise and absolute uncertainty of the future with ONE MAN in possession of MOST of the village! M • The destruction of our village with new uncontrolled construction which is inappropriate on the size and space-focus on money rather than quality of life M • The enormous increase in size that the village is undergoing M • The impact of all this excessive development on local residents,increased tax,higher elec.rates,water rates and property taxes. These infrastructure improvements should have been paid by the developers. M • The lack of mountain tranquility and a lack of summer stewardship of the mountain M • The loss of community control to big money M • The monstrosity under construction at Base Village M • The non-stop construction M • The poor town council M • The Town should control Related West Pac-instead of Related running over the town-peace mealing(sic)their plan instead of providing the full picture M • There will be and is a labor shortage M • To maintain a competent infrastructure to support economic growth M • To mustgrowth,to fast.Lost of community and to much greed.(sic) M • Tao many NIMBY decrepit retirees moving here M • Too many people(and cars) M • Too much and too large construction projects happening at the same time M • Too much building-mall look M • Too much construction M • Too much construction all at one time M • Too much construction noise and dust M • Too much development M • Too much development at one time M • Too much expansion M • Too much growth without employee housing M • Too much overgrowth M • Town Council M • Town counsel(sic)independence-giving in to WeslPac for additional bricks and mortar beyond the approved plan is unacceptable stewardship. And allowing a hotel switch to a chain named after a cigarette is very discouraging. We need an internationally known brand hotel. M • Town spending too much,taxes too high M • Traffic M • Traffic M • Traffic M • Traffic M • Traffic M • Traffic M • Traffic(sic)congestion M • Traffic and parking M • Traffic and parking M • Traffic congestion M • Traffic congestion-too many cars,not enough lights,etc. Not enough parking up at the center. M • Traffic control M • Traffic flow M • Traffic flow and parking for added density of people in Base Village M • Traffic stops up Brush Creek Road M • Traffic,traffic noise M • Traffic/parking and density M • Trusting the related side of Related/Westpac ownership M • Try to keep unique and non-corporate-difficult w/base village M • Uncontrolled growth M • Uncontrolled growth M • Uncontrolled growth-loss ofcommunity M • Untrustworthy town officials M • Viceroy Hotel and a full service spa to attract groups M • Water Source:RRC Associates Page 8 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 01.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(FIRST ISSUE) M • Water M • Water-wasted through bad pipes and too much frivolous landscaping,fire danger from inadequate resources M • Water and parking M • We need to develop,ASAP,upscale shopping,dining,and entertainment venues,so we can stay in Snowmass and not have to drive into Aspen! M • What are we?Who are we?Need to identify SV brand M • Where will the WATER come from as 10,000 people shower at once? not to mention Flush M • Whoever is running construction could do better,they make the residence owners feel like 2nd class citizens. M • Will base village be'family focused" M • Will construction last for 10-15 years? M • With the new base village coming on line in the next few years,we will not have enough water M • Workforce retention/recruitment M • Years of construction ahead of us need to be managed M • You are paving paradise-not enough emphasis on preserving town character Source:RRC Associates Page 9 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q1.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(SECOND ISSUE) W • A long term infrastructure plan is necessary. W • Ability to walk to village center from anywhere up Fanny Hill W • Access to retail and office spaces is difficult W • Achieving a more harmonious balance between the resort's development and the community's quality of life. W • Appropriate control of growth and overall feel of the village W • base village W • base village on and on W • Becoming all condominiums-we need more hotels W • Communication-No one knows what's happening regarding future plans for the West Village Mall,Silvertree Hotel,Conf.Center etc. W • Community Cohesiveness W • Cost of Life W • designing and maintaining a proper entryway W • Education and child care W • employee housing W Employee housing W Employee Housing W Employee Housing for middle class families W • Employee Housing required to support businesses in the Village W • Failure of locally owned businesses W Fate of the old mall W • forgetting about the community W • Four lanes should go to the Roundabout from Hwy 82 W • Get existing projects finished ASAP including the additional rec center biulding W • Getting through the BV(&other)construction without allienating guests;getting enough support staff long term W • global warming W • GROWTH W • housing W • Housing for local families and long term vitality of a full time community. W • How Council meetings are conducted W • Increased Construction Costs Due to High Demand W • Keeping control of town issues in theface of a heavy corporate presence. W • keeping SV a family oriented community W • lack of QUALITY employees and housing W • local housing W • Local press that poisons the community by pitting one against the other W • long term local benefits W • losing our soul as a community to progress W • Make sure we have the transportation in place for incresed traffic,roads,buses,etc W • Making it a great community for a employee or normal person to live here W • marketing W • marketing/groups W • Noise W • Not allowing coolers with adult beverages at Thursday concerts W • Old Mayors W • ongoing construction for the next 15 years W • Overburdened density in central core M • over-indulgence in community projects W • OVERLAPPING OF CONSTRUCTION-SM CENTER/BASE VLG.IWEST VLG. W • Overtaxed services W • PARKING W • parking W • Parking W • parking,both employees&guests W • people picking up after their dogs W • Planning ofthe Snowmass Center and West Village W • Quality of infrastructure W • quality of life Source:RRC Associates Page 10 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q1.In afew words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(SECOND ISSUE) W • Quantity of development W • residence services W • small business owners being able to thrive W • Snowmass needs more of a downtown W • Stubborn town council not looking out for what is right for community W • Summer business W • The poor construction coordination of the Base Village projectby the contractors W Town council giving big developers everything they want W town council is really lame-no vision W • traffic W • traffic W traffic and parking W • transportation W • transportation W transportation and parking W • zoning inconsistency M • Dealing with monopoly ownership of Town's commercial core. M (illegible)for employee housing-less infrastructure M Access to community-transit,parking,traffic and good access -to support sustainable economy M Addressing how to bring visitors to Snowmass as construction continues M • Adequate pricing M Affordable(not more)housing,fix the road. M • Affordable housing M • Affordable housing M • Affordable housing M • Aging mountainside properties M • Aging skier population M • Airport M • Amount of employee housing available-be it rental or ownership M • An updated comp plan M • Approval process of these projects so Snowmass remains attractive M • Are we overbuilding? M • As time goes on with base village,crime control M • Attracting summer visitors M • Attracting visitors with reasonably priced vacations M • Attraction of visitors with events M • Avoid becoming another Vail M • Badly planned development/bad ownership M • balancing need of year-round residents with those of resort visitors and second homeowners M • Balancing the various interests M • Base Village construction M • Bears M • Bears M • Bending over backwardslforwards for deverlopers to the detriment to our community(sic) M • Better cell phone service in Melton Ranch/Horse Ranch. Build a cell tower in/around rec center. The cell phone companies will pay us more!! M • Bickering between factions on B.V. M • Bring back the 4th of July fireworks,use the PARK everything is on the hill(sic) M • Building adequate-infrastructure to support influx of new people,including retail essentials and village staffing M • Building just another cookie cutter ski village M • Building more affordable housing while making the new village have character M • Child rare M • Child care facilities M • Completion of Base Village M • Congestion and overbuilding M • Construction M • Construction M • Construction disruptions Source:RRC Associates Page 11 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 01.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(SECOND ISSUE) M • Construction impacts finishing the resort redo M • Construction inconvenience everywhere M • Construction management M • Construction mess and road delays M • Construction planning bad M • Control by real estate interests M • Control of developer M • Control of fiscal expenses M • Cookiecutterservices and atmosphere M • Corporations running the town M • Cost of housing for employees M • Council agreeing to entertain and make inappropriate changes to plans,zoning and building approvals,etc.resulting in inferior town development M • Council members who vote for too little parking and no shoulders on the roads M • Creating a sense of community between all who come. Everybody has become negative! M • Creating a user friendly ski mountain and resort village M • Curb unnecessary spending on staff and government M • Dealing with the impacts of massive construction and the demise of the small individual businesses that made Snowmass unique M • Developer's honesty M • Development M • Difficulty staffing for anticipated growth. Seasonal housing needed. M • Direction town is going-losing sense of small mountain community in exchange for"faux village'development where developers get rich M • Distruction(sic) M • Dominance of Skico in determining village development M • Don't be intimidated by developers M • Don't let Mr.Smith&Co.over build the village M • Economic gap...employee housing...proper pay! "brain drain" M • Employee housing M • Employee housing M • Employee housing M • Employee housing M • Employee housing M • Employee housing-having adequate# M • Employee housing that is available! M • Employee housing,traffic M • Employee shortage M • Employees M • Employees(qualified)to fill positions required to run BV,etc.and keeping them in the valley M • Employees to staff massive development(where do you get them and where do you put them?) M • Ensure there are enough available employees for businesses M • Ensuring local businesses survive M • Ensuring that traffic flows do not overwhelm the ingress/egress roads M • Entryway and rec center M • Escalating housing prices-pricing local residents out M • Escalating prices M • Escalating prices and cost of living(visiting)Snowmass M • Everyone complaining all the time M • Excessive construction and permits granted disturbing life for locals and renters M • Excessively high ski ticket costs for beginner skiers M • Extended construction season M • Family community M • Finding and housing employees M • Finish development ASAP M • Fiscal responsibility M • Fiscal responsibility M • Fiscal responsibility-the amount being spent on the rec center is excessive over other necessities M • Fallowing the rules for the proper buildout of Base Village M • Full integration of existing properties into Base Village development Source:RRC Associates Page 12 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q1.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(SECOND ISSUE) M • Future development to Snowmass Center and West Village planning M • Future marketing M • Future traffic M • Getting the Center Renovation started! M • Getting year-round vacationers M • Global warming M • Growth M • Growth M • Growth and development M • Growth and traffic M • Having the number of people to financially support the amenities,restaurants and shops M • High taxes on everything and getting higher M • Hike and bike trails need to be developed M • Holding Westpac to a comprehensive vision for its holdings and not letting them piecemeal large projects M • Housing M • Housing for additional working people for base village M • How lame Thursday concerts are now that they are regulated with no alcohol M • How to cope with the construction-losing tourists because of it M • How to keep from being too crowded in town and on roads M • Infrastructure to support growth M • Integration of Base Village into Snowmass mountain M • It seems the town has lost control of Base Village M • Keep a small town feel as the monster village grows M • Keep our boarders(sic)open so we don't lose our workers M • Keep town affordable and functional for residents of all ages M • Keeping a small town feel to Snowmass M + Keeping businesses open year round for locals M • Keeping employees M • Keeping integrity of SV as it M • Keeping products and services affordable for the full-time citizens who still work M • Keeping the heart of SMV beating,i.e.keeping locals here and the town vibrant-not Vail West or Highlands M • Keeping the resort affordable for our target market-families M • Lack of cultural arts-need an arts center M • Lack of employee housing,that needs to be funded by the developers. M • Lack of employee housing/workers M • Lack of mail delivery-contributes to traffic and parking issues M • Lack of parking M • Lack of parking for events M • Lack of restaurants for the number of hot beds M • Lack of trust in Town Council M • Lack of wildlife habitate M • Light at night M • Local entertainment to keep working people here year round M • Long term water M • Loss of"village"feeling M • Loss of quaint identity-it now looks like Beaver Creek M • Loss of sense of community M • Lost natural beauty M • Lower property taxes M • Lower taxes M • Maintaining a pristine environment M • Making guest experience better M • Managing the development process M • Marketing M • Marketing Snowmass Village M • Marketing-driven mentality M • Massive growth(surplus of building) Source:RRC Associates Page 13 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 01.In a few words what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(SECOND ISSUE) M • Mel Bloomenthal wields too much influence for anyone let alone a non-resident M • Mexican drug gangs M • Middle class and upper middle class customers are being phased out M • Most of SV owned by one person-i.e.,Pat Smith M • Movement of mall to lower base with a'going out of business"feel to the mall M • Natural resource management M • Need for adequate parking in ski village center areas including Base Village M • Need more lodging,dining and retail-too boring M • New village center M • NO NEW PROJECTS to be undertaken unless full and ample time is given to residence(sic)and second homeowners M • Noise and litter pollution M • Noise levels-sound from Fanny Hill too loud! M • Not adhering to the Comp Plan regarding height and density M • Not letting prices for homes cause only absentee owners M • Offering more lenient permits to promote growth and keep updated M • One entity owning most all of the commercial property M • Overdevelopment M • OVERDEVELOPMENT-all subsequent problems are the results of satisfying special interest M • Overspending by Town(City Hall/Rodeo/Entrance) M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking M • Parking in center area for residents M • Parking in face of growth M • Parking/traffic M • Parking:affordability M • Planning road improvements(roundabout,planters) M • Pollution M • Pollution M • Pollution in our air(see the Aspen Daily)smog is on the rise M • Preservation of environment M • Preservation of small businesses M • Preserving/enhancing environmental qualities that are unique to S.V. M • Preventing Base Village from becoming a monopoly(too late!) M • Price to live here M • Providing amenities to attract and hold guests after the lifts have closed M • Providing the necessary infrastructure,without having to tax us further M • Public facilities added without concern for cost effectiveness M • Quality leadership M • Quality of life M • Quality of life M • Recycling mandatory for residential and commercial,label receptacles better M • Related Westpac,Base Village and proposed development are wrong for our community M • Repair the damage hurt feelings from the base vote(sic) M • Replacing center without disruption M • Resist the sterile corporate resort that is so common,i.e.Beaver Creek,Highlands,Whistler M • Restore BYO to Thursday night concerts! M • Restrictions and operation of employee housing M • Retaining a family friendly and homeowner friendly atmosphere M • Retaining non-congestive mountain environment M • Retaining the"old'Snowmass feeling of beauty,Western flavor,mountain look M • Retaining valued residents during the construction decade to come M • Retention of small town character M • Sandy Field Source:RRC Associates Page 14 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 01.In a few words,what do you believe are the two biggest issues,in order of priority,facing the Town of Snowmass Village?(SECOND ISSUE) M • Sense of community M • Services for locals and guests M • Ski Cc takeover and disregard of private homes and enterprise(sic) M • Small town camaraderie M • Snowmass is ultimately here because of skiing. Are we going to remember that in all these grand plans? M • Snowmass spending is out of control(no provision for downturn)-cannot afford to operate with a blank check book M • Staffing and housing Base Village workforce M • Still so many people bitter about Base Village-I say get over it and move on M • Survival of small businesses M • Sustain the family and resident friendly environment while creating an economically viable resort community(don't want the village to be like Beaver Creek) M • The degradation of a safe,criminal free family town M • The mess of redoing the Center M • The Mountain Village-redevelopment M • The new liquor policy at concerts-a huge 800000 M • The size it is growing for the small area M • The Villages desire to become Vail M • There are plenty of ski areas that have a big town feel-people come here for the skiing and the"small town" M • Too many people-we do not want to be like Aspen M • Too much bureaucracy and fief-building M • Too much growth too fast M • Too much parking at rodeo lot-move it to 82 and Brush Creek M • Too much traffic M • Town caved in to big business M • Town Council staying the course and not bending to the developer's desires. Community needs at the forefront NOT Council's. They have NO one who can stand up to the developers. Hot beds was what was supposedly needed not fractionally owned. M • Town Council that dislikes second home owners M • Town need's(sic)improvements like Base Village M • Town upkeep during construction,it's a mess. M • Traffic M • Traffic M • Traffic M • Traffic noise M • TRAFFIC! M • Traffic,noise and lights(at night) M • Transportation M • Transportation M • Transportation within the valley. Taxes-sales tax higher than Aspen. I don't ski in Snowmass because of this. M • Tying traffic M • Unresponsive leadership M • Unresponsive local government M • Used to be you could hire from down valley,no longer,the"rigs'are paying more then here!(sic) M • Value of vacation destination of the area in relation to other areas M • Very poor construction management M • Water M • Water M • Water-where is it all going to come from? M • Water rights M • Where do we stop the development? M • Wider roads and improved trans.for expected increase in population and tourism Source:RRC Associates Page 15 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q2(Direction of Town of Snowmass Village)Please feel free to explain your response: W • 1.1 think a comprehensive plan of all 3 or 4(?)nodes is necessary before development continues any further. I fear that critical pieces maybe left out unless this is done. i.e.,a clinic that has proximity to the slopes and easy access from the village should the hospital be necessary.;2.1 think a survey should be done to establish what the necessary number of employee housing units is needed to support SMV. W • A great deal of effort seems to be being made to keep dirt down. Buildings appear to be very attractive as they are going up. Children's center is certainly an incredibly important addition. W • A wonderful direction with some discomfort during the process. W • After the Base Village aprovals,the development community is seeming to look for more ways to increase their financial bottom line. W • Am afraid Snowmass Village will loose many of its support businesses such as the cleaners,gas station,adequate size market,affordable restaurants. Full and part time residents need these facilities. We would hate to have to drive to Aspen in the traffic to drop off clothes to be cleaned or to have a car serviced. W • anti development is just great for us who have already bought.In the end,the locals will shoot themselves in the foot as your only solution is to tax in increasing amounts until you kill the goose W • Base Village and all of the proposed development will bring new vitality into the Village. We needed to make the change in that our ski area was becoming very outdated,and if the changes would not have occurred,all of the property values,existing businesses would eventually fail and/or decline. W • Base Village is escellent in form and substance. A needed boost to the resort pat of our town,without altering the unique nature of it. W • Base Village seems to be nothing like it was when the project was approved two years ago. Related Westpac has absolutely no stake in the long term success of the community. They are now saying that some of base village will be fractional ownership and that is one of the worst things that has happened to the town of Aspen. Second homeowners seem to have a vested stake in the community and they rent their units giving an opportunity to get new people into the resort that have never experienced the magic of Snowmass. The fractional ownership projects do not seem to bring in new people and remain empty much of the year. W • Bike trails as designed are not used by'serious'bikers.Real bikers only use roads and highways.There needs to be wide(5 foot)paved shoulders on both sides of town and county roads to address this inconvenient truth.Large RFTA and town buses will eventually kill one of these bikers.We should start with Brush Creek Road with the most traffic use by the rodeo area,then move uphill where possible.Trying to parking at the Post Office is terrible now.Will it be worse as the town grows? Hopefully the Town Council will require at least five parking spaces per thousand square feet of office space when the Snowmass Center is reviewed. Base Village mad have the Aspen Highland's empty feeling.Go to Highlands to see how empty the shops are.Dead.No Parking equals fewer customers thus businesses and sale tax revenue suffers.Base Village has less than one space per thousand. W • But much more detail and discussion needed on development plans for all the 3 commercial and residential nodes contemplating future development. W • Change badly needed to happen and the re-investment in the local lodges is testament to the improvements that will greatly improve the town. W • Construction is eating up our way of life. Stop it now! W • Development needs to continue,but it seems like Related is running the town more and more. W • everything being done to maximize$w/o making this a nice place to live W • Gave away to much to developers on approvals. Need developers to build infrastructure like roads and utilities in place before being allowed to build projects. For example Base village is a mess because no access to project or staging areas. Also developer show little interest in completeing road construction and roads/bridges were done first we would not have the bad bad impacts we have today and years to come on the village. W • Hard to evaluate long-term effect of bothof the above issues. Concerned,however,that too much community development is being done too quickly. W • Having only one main commercial owner is dangerous.Maybe it will work,but it is a big risk. W • How we handle the coming changes will determine whether or not we are on the right track(the changes made to the Thursday night show is a good example of this- and we failed in this case). W • i feel that the additions and changes that are in process now are going to benefit snowmass-boosting economy and functionality.once these projects are completed we must be aware of overdeveloping.the burnt mountain quad installation,in my opinion as a Syr.snowmass snowboard instructor and burnt mountain junky,would be a step in the wrong direction.one-the elk and two-it ties in with why we all live in a small place in the middle of a national forest.lets leave the backcountry alone and not overdevelop the ski area-it's big enough. W • I understand that the whole mall area is planned fairley soon to be taken down,even if they don't touch the conference center the construction will cause a complete lack of conference business,and a ghost town effect will make us look like the Highlands area.lf they think a conference center at a property vnll work,it will be for that property only and the rest of the village who usually ben'rfets from a conference center WWI be left out.The answer to this question is very complex,and is not a burning issue with Related Westpac W • I'm a full time resident of Snowmass for over 2 years,I work for a software company full time from my home office,my husband works in Aspen for an Architecture firm, the majority of his work is in Snowmass however we do not qualify for affordable housing in Snowmass. We love Snowmass,we want to raise our 2 children here,We work from and in the town but do not qualify for housing. I like all the growth and development in that is taking place in Snowmass W • I'm glad that you asked this question first.Being dissatisfed,as I am,with where this town is headed,makes all the other questions a waste of time.I hope to be out of here when my kids are out of school in 5 years. W • i'm in favor of the new base village W • In some areas the direction is fine in others it is wrong-i.e.the contractors are getting away with running a very poorly coordinated construction project. W • Look at the monstrosities being built in Base Village. And that is only Phase One.Look how many construction projects are underway in our village.How long until the bubble bursts and we are left with the debris? W • On issues 1 and 2 above I believe the direction is wrong. W • our town government has run amuck and is granting approvals left and right for development. Build one project and see if it does what the developers say it will and then move on. Stop granting approvals. Source:RRC Associates Page 16 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 02(Direction of Town of Snowmass Village)Please feel free to explain your response: W • Putting in two boutique hotels does not encourage families to came here.We need rooms,but not two Little Nell type hotels W • Recent efforts to provide more employee housing have helped stabilize the local workforce. Need so much more. W • related west pac has too much influence-teh TOSV should direct development in TOSV W • See issues above.Also,lack of concensus building by the Town's leadership as evidenced by the constant state of upset. W • Since we don't know what's happening,we cannot help spread the word. We need clarity as soon as possible! W • Snowmass residents need protection from problem bears. They should not be made to feel guilty for being here and remarks such as made by Animal Control that resients should be embarrassed if bears invade their house are totally inappropriate. Infrastructure improvements such as bus stops for Meadow Road and better lighting at intersections should be implemented. Snowplowing practices should be more protective of residential landscaping. W • Snowmass spending for the rec,center,new town hall,road improvements,etc.has resulted in great ammenities,butthese amentifies will also require additional capital(forfuture replacements)and operating budgets. Spending needs to be controlled more effectively. W • So far. Its early yet to assess the quality of the Base Village development final product. So far,so good,however. W • Some of each. A new base village is the right idea,not sure that the design is the right one W • The Base Village Development was approved by voters and now everyone on both sides of the issue should support the Project.Community divisiveness only hinders the process and causes tensions that are hard to get rid of. W • the fact that this survey is going out is great.and we are expanding the base village without much disruption to me. W • The town council approved too much,loo big,and now some things they approved are in fact being changed,or eliminated. W • The town council is slowing down construction by delaying decisions which will keep the disruption ongoing. W • The Town Council seems to think that if they can stall the Base Village development long enough Related Westpac will bow out and some new developer will rescue us. The fact is there is no developer waiting in the wings to magically fix the issues. Instead of stalling the project,council should allow the developers we have to do their job. A big hole in the ground benefits no one. W • There are many positive events happening in the community. Many times there are groups that tend to focus on the negative aspects of projects. This does not create a positive environment.Does a vocal minority represent the silent majority? W • To many amendments to the APPROVED Base Village proposal.Developer should live with the approvals as voted on in the referendum.It is ok to say NO to Related I Weslpac. W • Too late to get the"right"base village W • Too much micro management from council to town employees,hence stalling projects and inconveniencing locals and guests!!! M • TOO MUCH UNCOMTROLED GROWTH W • We have been put on a track to failure. Over building with the long term nature of the ski industry and our climate changes. The attitude of build it and they will come is flawed. W • We needed Base Village and the resurgance in improvments to the exsisting village it brought but it is a little bigger than it needs to be. I understand the desire of the developers to make it profitable and some peoples desire for it to be a non-entity but I think we came to a reasonable compromise. We need to be sure that future development is properly designed to keep the base area the largest mass and buildings that are away from the base village are properly scaled to not have the village take on a"downtown'appearence W • While an improvement to Base Village was necessary,it has been overworked. For existing homeowners the quality of life will diminish. What we need is a bigger grocery store(more affordable),mail delivery,and traffic enforcement from loud construction trucks with incessant Jake brakes. Snowmass needs a night life-ie. movies,music,etc. W • With all the construction,some folks might think Snowmass is headed in the wrong direction. Given some time for construction to complete its work without so much nagging,perhaps things might look up in the near future. Obviously with the goal of redeveloping a community,you are going to have construction impacts no matter how hard one tries to mitigate them. Council should conduct their meetings as policy makers,not involving themselves so much with minutia and details more fitting for Town Staff,the Planning Commission or other advisory boards. Council should simply provide directives and decision making should be able to incorporate a vast majority of the Planning Commission recomendations as conditions in their resolutions or ordinances. There are Code references stating that the Council consider the recommendations of the Planning Commission when evaluating land use applications. M • A wonderful town is being assaulted by'progress" M • After 25 years of talking,we are finally seeing positive results-long overdue to be economically viable! M • Again too many people,it will be CROWDED M • Allowed too much height and density in new Base Village-bad aesthetics just like the mass ofWoodrum Place M • Allowed too much too big too long to finish M • Allowing too much growth M • Almighty dollar placed before quality of life M • Amenities bath on-mountain and at the base will add significantly to the overall experience. Entryway amenities(rec center,etc.)a big"plus' M • Are we going to rip up the whole town? M • As a developer,I have seen this type of growth in many areas. Almost without exception the government responds after they have a problem. M • Base Village good M • Base village is good M • Base village is too big and long in completion. M • Base Village is too big too tall too much sq.footage M • Base Village is too big. Developers sold us a bill of goods,bailed out,village will be a mess for the next 5 years. Source:RRC Associates Page W of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 02(Direction of Town of Snowmass Village)Please feel free to explain your response: M • Base Village sucks M • Base Village will be great-I just hope you've prepared to house all the new workers M • Base village,dump trucks,giant cranes,etc. M • Base Village,in its present configuration,should not have been approved. The impacts are too great. M • Becoming more costly but less distinct from competition M • Being bullied by developers and Ski Co M • Bringing construction has brought a lot or crime and workers that just don't care M • Build it and they will come philosophy,must build things or activities for people who come M • Building more is not the answer to get business. M • Building on green space M • But worry may be too much too fast without really thinking everything thm M • BV too big,passed with too little parking and employee housing M • Compromising with developers M • Construction is always difficult bit it is the right direction. I live with construction in my other home town but results are worth it. M • Council members who do not want to'solve"problems;rather they want to"create"problems M • Council out of control,staff great M • Council should just say"no"to developers and architects who submit commercial applications not in compliance with town plans,zoning and lot codes. M • Current Intrawest development is TOO BIG! M • Delays occasioned by over-regulation seem to be a major problem M • Developers are clueless about how the resort functions and needs to evolve M • Developers can do whatever they want as long as they sugarcoat it(example-Sam Knob Restaurant) M • Developers should have had to pay for all the infrastructure improvements needed for base village. M • Development for development's sake;fostering image improvements rather than functional improvements M • Development is good,but overcrowding without proper facilities is not M • Development is out of control M • Development is out of control. Monopoly developers not being forced to provide full picture of plans for all commercial areas. M • Development out of control and will probably create downturn in business M • Did not fully tell the truth. No one monitering(sic)construction workers-crime rate-yelling at woman(sic)at Village Market at lunch M • Don't include owners and non-res. M • Don't like Base Village M • Don't like size and scope of Base Village! M • Dysfunctional Town Council(sic) M • Enough growth has occurred to last for 5 years M • Excessive emphasis on commercial and excess scale of facilities M • Excessive spending at rec center using RETT which comes primarily from absentee(sic)owners-no vote M • Expansion taking away from atmosphere....employee housing? M • Failure to abide by the decisions of previous City Council-we were steam rolled M • Generally,development and redevelopment necessary M • Get Westpac back on course M • Giving away the area to developers,not caring for locals any more M • How much time and money are you going to spend at the rodeo lot entrance? M • I can only hope that the"right"direction is going to be positive...time will tell M • I feel like a huge can of worms has been opened and not managed M • I read the Sun and results seem mixed,lots of contention M • I think that we need to ease up on commercial development and marketing. M • 1 think the base village was ok. We needed a little more facilities but I do not want much further developed&further commercial(illegible). M • I think the buildings are too high in Base Village and I am against the huge development the chapel wants for an organ M • I wish Base Village issues could be settled-approvals originally OK'd should be honored as well as timetables M • I'd like to have a better idea of what the overall general plan is for base village,mall and shopping center M • I'd like us to slow down though M • I'm not well informed. M • Improvements for destination resort M • Infrastructure was due for a remodel,rec center and park are improvements M • Is the tail wagging the dog?Do everyday citizens have a say in anything going on? M • It seems like the town is approving anything that will give them money M • It was the European-like atmosphere of Snowmass that attracted us to it.It is losing that. M • Just going too slowly-too much politics Source:RRC Associates Page 18 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q2(Direction of Town of Snowmass Village)Please feel free to explain your response: M • Lack of control,over growth M • Lack of planning-giving developers everything they want M • Lack of planning to alleviate construction related problems M • Lazy council members who miss meetings M • Letting one guy and his cronies own everything sucks! M • Letting seasonal workers vote as residents M • Life in Snowmass Village is too frantic. Vacation time is not relaxing. M • Long term GAIN,short term PAIN M • Major stakeholders need to move forward! Find compromise! The village is at a point of no return. We are losing market share. M • Massive development,disregard of current homeowners,plain stupidity! M • Maybe with the increase in businesses there will be restaurants of quality open all year'round M • Mayor and developer seem to have own agenda. Mayor should be working for Village not developers! M • Mayor and Town Council have not done enough to protect our M • Money is not the only issue in life. Sometimes we have to rememberwe all need a place of peace. This village is a place to connect to the environment no tan amusement park at Disneyworld. M • Mostly. The new base village is good if contained and limited to initial plan. High-rise hotels/elevations should be blocked. M • Near monopoly control of retaillhotel M • Need renewal and progress-always M • Need security cameras,DFA M • Need the updates and base village,but need to be managed and citizens informed M • Need to hold developers accountable M • New base is an economic necessity M • New base village retail spaces monopolized and too little opportunity for"little guy,"poor planning/not enough parking,housing in development M • New development is overkill. Need to change name to Snowmass City M • No one is taking into consideration a Flat line skier number,global warming.Build it and theyll come is not the right direction. Look at Keystone,Copper Mt. M • Not a responsible growth plan M • Not sure about base village yet...we will see M • Not sure of effects of Base Village and apparent monopoly of West Pac M • Now after such a monumental redevelopment let's have a moratorium!!! M • Now that we're in the middle of all the construciton and changes in ownership and management,it's hard to tell! M • On right track but going beyond concept M • Our'small town"gov't has been and continues to be pushed by the larger entities M • Our natural access to the mountains is our strong point. Not more glitzy,"upscale"retail and exclusive service lodging. People will come to the mountains. M • Outsized development projects-over the top M • Overdevelopment and greed extinguishing the quality and peacefulness M • Overdevelopment,too commercial,will leave soon for Big Sky,MT M • Pat Smith=George Bush M • Pleased with the changes M • Poor council divisions M • Poor start-better corrective actions M • Related WestPac is awful for the community,luckily I voted no for Base Village M • Right direction,just 10 years behind M • Sales taxes are way too high M • Scale of base village too large/high M • Seems to be going from family oriented to"high end market" M • Should be stronger on comprehensive plan for long term M • Should have called Jim Crown on"no base village light" M • Since new council took office. Unable to make decisions. M • Smaller government,less taxes,noise pollution M • Snowmass is becoming a resort-not a village M • Snowmass was asleep at the switch-now too many projects of excessive scale are jammed into the same timeframe M • Sold out to developers M • Some good directions and bad M • Some growth is OK,gondola is sound improvement M • Something had to be done-but not certain this is the right path M • Spending out of line M • Support base village as a viable plan for the future of SMV Source:RRC Associates Page 19 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q2(Direction of Town of Snowmass Village)Please feel free to explain your response: M • Survey should have been done years ago M • SV needs to be redeveloped,its run down and out of date M • Tenuous M • Thanks to approval of Base Village M • Thanks to Pat Smith and Related West Pac M • The Center and Mall will probably be too large too,no more SM Village. The base village project is way out of scale. M • The city slickers(developers)have and are taking our cowboys(Town Council)to the cleaners M • The community has lost out to$,people without true personal investments(hearts)and loosing to pockets&wallet. M • The council that allowed developers/SKILD free reign have done a huge disservice to this community. M • The development project is totally out of control M • The new Brush Creek Rd from Highline down and up through the islands-what a waste of$ M • The scale of these projects is too large M • The town did not does not scrutinize ski cc construction. M • The town should not be intimidated by Related M • The Viceroy is not a family oriented hotel and enlarging the Little Nell makes more units more expensive M • The village is a shambles M • The vision looks big city instead of resort ski town M • There's only so much you can do in a period! Why does everyone have to rebuild now! M • They are ignoring the current mall and what will happen to it M • They got off track when Base Village was approved M • Things are moving at too rapid a pace with still many unanswered questions M • Things are not on schedule=higher costs=higher bottom line M • To date,question as to future M • Too big and too fast growth M • Too big with one owner.The town is pushing out all the small retail shops. M • Too big,loo many,too corporate,too much M • Too early to change,everything seems to change daily. M • Too many construction projects M • Too many projects at ones(sic) M • Too much construction and amplified noise. Who will come back? M • Too much construction at one time,not listening to permanent residents M • Too much construction,it is disgusting! People don't want to come here anymore. M • Too much development and noise M • Too much development at one time around base village;many superb accomplishments such as rec center,Brush Creek trail,and much more M • Too much development not paying their way M • Too much development too fast M • Too much emphasis on bigger is better M • Too much emphasis on money,character being lost M • Too much growth,too fast,trending too high-end M • Too much large scale development M • Too much like Vail M • Too much property owned or controlled by the same group M • Too much silly talk about the gas station-we need one!&too$$City Hall discussion M • Too much too fast M • Too much too fast too big M • Too much,too fast,too many changes M • TOSV tried too hard to"sell"the community.Please represent us instead.Too much growth too quickly.Concern of outside developers.Loss of community. M • TOSV works for special interests,developers and R.E.schemes M • Town Council seems to be employed by developers M • Town Council wants another Aspen with employee housing everywhere M • Town is too conservative when it comes to helping the individual such as permits M • Trying to be monopolistic M • Trying to become another"Aspen"-destroying the charm that made it worthwhile M • Trying to build to a new economy M • Trying to slow construction!! M • Unsure how all the new development will help/hurt the town M • Very poor communications with residents and business owners Source:RRC Associates Page 20 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q2(Direction of Town of Snowmass Village)Please feel free to explain your response: M • Want to say right track,but to be determined by finished product M • Was on track until you allowed the village to be controlled by one entity M • We are concerned about change in ownership of Base Village and the total control of West Pac M • We are finally updating after 30 years of neglect M • We are not looking out for the community M • We are not the little village tucked away in the mountains any more M • We don't need to be Vail! M • We had a small"unique"town that is being developed into a large commercial product M • We need more environmental and local oriented thinkers M • We need to insure we have a positive environment for local,permanent residents M • We needed Base Village to get other properties to reinvest in themselves M • We needed change however know(sic)appear"out of control" M • We needed the'upgrade"change and it will take time to accomplish M • We needed updating but not a hotel to take away our new M • We never max'd out prior to base village,where is everyone going to live! M • We really don't know what the end will look like M • We were lacking as a first class resort,this will revive the entire town as it should M • We're on a fast track and need to slow down some M • We've only been here 3 months. M • While mountain improvements are great,losing unique look in village M • Why waste so much money at the Entryway? Why are you building roads and moving dirt for a Visitor Center when it was determined last year that we shouldn't spend the money(on that)?.....too many stupid decisions M • Worried that it will become increasingly resortified without the necessary amenities for those that live here Source:RRC Associates Page 21 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q4(Town Boards)Do you have any comments on your response? W • Arts advisory board should be more supportive of local instutitions. Liquor Board needs to bring back carry in beer and wine to concerts--somehow,make it happen. Much better directional signage needed for trails,particularly Govt.Trail. W • Arts advisory has been quite active,.Liquor board was dissapointing with the Fanny Hill changes,TOSV should have left it alone,Now I don't go due to the changes to Free'music,if you have"buy"your own. Town Council should pay more attention to the recommendations of the Planning Commission,as they scrutinize each topic very closely and spend hours working with Town planning staff and council ignores many of the PC suggestions.Second homeowners board should have Snowmass Sun involved or present at meetings. W • Council members should try for higher attendance percentages or resign if their personal vacation time or work requirements often takes a higher priority. Council members should not talk so long just to hear themselves talk.Put a timer allowance per response.Second,they do not have to talk on every topic. W • Ensuring adequate forethought is one thing,stalling decisions out of spite divides the community. W • Events like a Snowmass Farmers Markel at the Rodeo Lot in summertime. More music and dance events. (Ballet classes in the Village was a unique experience). An Oktoberfest that isn't carnival kitchy,but more in tune with the spirit of the season. May festival for Spring,'Chriskindlemarket'like they have in the main town centers of Germany during the Christmas season. W • Grant review board needs more direction to support cultural organizations within Snowmass Village. They seem to use a scattershot method now. W • I think ppl should be able to bring their own drink to fanny hill cnocerts, its a locals thing. all the events are great lets keep some of it from becoming a huge moneymaking thing. W • Marketing Board does NOT seem to have goals nor do they seem to have a direction. It's a put out fires only attitude. W • No,as a part time resident I have attended meetings of the Town council,and am familiar with some boards,but not others W • Not a lot of local information-its seems as if you rely solely on enews alerts which not everyone pays attention. I have to think you also post in paper and on radio,I just can't remember seeing anything. W • now that I've become aware of the web sites and can receive updates on town government activities,I'll have a much better idea of all the work going on. W • Planning board seemed to approve too big a project with base village,,The trail committee should develpo with the ski company more mtn bike traisl,and should have not allowed the base village to destroy the existing trails without proper alternatives. W • Purvis should not run our Town W • Second homeowners board is a joke. Town council has no interest in what they say. The requirement that you can't live in Snowmass more than'x'months per year to be on the board is absurd. Yet you allow some property owner who has moved down valley but still owns rental condo to be eligible for the board.What are you thinking? W • Since we're second home owners,what is the Second Homeowners'Board? W • The FAB provides succinct,professional comments that are to the point.;Planning Commission does their job in conducting thorough reviews,although some members tend to get off on unrelated'tangents'topics. There should be a Town employee representing the Trails Committee to help with direct contact,improve communication and to make them more accessible. W • The Marketing Board has done a tremendous job in bringing new events into the community. Great job. The Planning Commission provides a great deal of insightfstudy on projects,but frequently their recommendations are not accepted by the existing Town Council. Perception is that TC does not listen or read recommendations. W • The Second Homeowner Board is a great idea,but they need to reach out to those that may not be available to attend the meetings(i.e.via surveys,etc.). W • The Second Homeowners Board needs a mission and needs to reach out to the community and do something besides just complain at meetings twice a year. W • Town Council has been and is still being manipulated by seasoned developers. Let's not be all about real estate and profits,but try to maintain our character and lifestyle. W • We could use a Board that watches out for the interests of Full-Time Owners in condo complexes that are generally second-homeowner dominated. W • why so many concerts that just generate more drunks and trouble-how about getting us identified for something else. We need more investment in events that locals are welcome to participate-like the Blast the Mass and NORBA events- M • 2nd home owners should not vote until they live here. M • Almost impossible to appeal assessment increases M • Alternate trails that are safe should have been made if others will be closed-Brush Creek at bottom of hill-people have to walk on road) M • Art in Snowmass Village is basically nonexistent. The"dinosaur bones"in the park was a bad joke. M • Brush Creek trail is all detour,harsh trail M • Council doesn't take(advice)of boards after they have done a great deal of study and analysis M • Council should heed advice of boards(PC,2nd HO)more closely M • Council should pay more close attention to P&Z Board findings M • Did not like the decision that banned bringing wine to the concerts. M • Everyone is just looking for$-no REAL community involvement for the good of the community M • Excluding liquor owned by spectators is just greed M • Feel we as second homeowners should have some say(vote)in all town matters and then would pay more attention M • Generally there's a lot of room for improvement in everything. M • I am aware of them all but not familiar enough to rate M • 1 appreciate the 2nd Homeowners Advisory Board;I've felt we have little voice and assume that will improve Source:RRC Associates Page22 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q4(Town Boards)Do you have any comments on your response? M • I asked Marketing for an RFP and was told not before I submit statement of qualifications.Everyone was in a hurry to start a staff meeting-all I wanted was a copy of the RFP or web info.No appreciation expressed for my interest,or offer to email info.Candidly,I had hoped for some customer service from the town's official sales anc marketing staff.I was directed to the sales office by town hall staff-took 20 more minutes to travel and park-only to be given a 30-second brush-off. M • I don't think the town staff is very visible M • I feel that with the growth of Snowmass,we don't have the people in place to bring it along in an appropriate fashion. This is BIG! M • I know the planning commission advises the Town Council and Council has been known to ignore their advice on numerous occasions M • I occasionally hear something about committees but am not aware of what the do. M • I think it is a crime that there is a ban on bringing liquor to the concerts-and Reed and Sundance should be supplying all liquor M • I think you need to publish a"Who's Who"of those running the town M • If SM truly wants to be a public art destination then$$$are needed M • It seem(sic)that on several occasions Council does not pay heed to board recommendation M • Just don't know and need to be better informed about how the city is organized and how they influence the town and ski mountain M • Just feel planning commission sided with developer on Base Village M • Keep Benedict trail as it is down to Brush Creek at Tamarack,not to Base Village M • Like what the Marketing/Special Events group has tried over the last few years. Glad there's a Second Homeowners Board. M • Liquor Board making the decision to ban BYOB on Thursdays poor,second homeowners board and their instance(sic)on base village M • Liquor licence manager review should be every 3 years M • Love the Fanny Hill concerts-too bad we had to do the liquor deal M • Marketing-GREAT!!! Liquor-Fanny Hill Fiasco-what a failure! Planning Comm.failed to stop Intrawest. 2nd HO Bd-who needs them?? M • Marketing-the only thing they know how to do is concerts and drunks. M • Marketing and group sales should in NO WAY be a government function. Also the beer bean at the Thursday night concerts is pathetic. M • Marketing board needs better leadership and to be held accountable for extremely large budget M • Marketing Board needs better leadership. They need to be held accountable for extremely large budget. M • Marketing has bad reputation,offer little communication to businesses M • Marketing has many millions with no checks/balances. Very little communication with mall merchants and lodges. Planning Commission works VERY hard,long hours thank you! M • Marketing is all wrong M • Marketing to tourists-very poor. Marketing to residents-very good. M • Marketing/special events change is needed-people are not stimulated by the same antique shows,etc. M • Most of these boards are in the hands or pockets of the developer-we trust none of them M • Need better group sales,planning needs to be stronger,more mountain bike trails for summer business M • Need more interaction-notices,meetings,etc. M • Need new trail maps! Would like to have newsletter or web line for activities. M • Need parking to use the trail,no parking for Tom Blake trail-in the winter parking is at Two Creeks and must be paid for M • No alcohol brought to concerts-not fun anymore and no one goes. Another Snowmass tradition gone. M • No historical reference,old/tired ideas(Marketing/sales) M • No real effort has been made to find out what second homeowners want/need M • Non resident homeowners need vote on local matters! I pay taxes. M • Not being able to bring liquor to Thurs.concerts was a HUGE loss M • Not only are locals complaining,so are GUESTS in'special events"about wine at concerts. M • Not pleased with the way the Snowmass Chapel Board was treated M • Off track-too money oriented M • One of the biggest things for the locals to do was Thursday night concerts. Now you can't even bring your own booze. Why does Basalt still have a bring your own? M • Our town is giving into outside pressures and not thinking about what was once"our"community. M • Overall,the boards have done a satisfactory service M • Personal agendas are being advanced at expense of community good M • Planning Commission approved Viceroy Hotel,Marketing Board eliminated BYOB for concerts,Second Homeowners improving but needs more input with council and from constituency M • Planning Commission does not work in the best interests of voters. Ignores the Comp Plan. M • Planning Commission is redundant.All IMPORTANT issues are merely forwarded to Council,too political,make it go away. M • Planning commission seems to take too long to make decisions-or maybe it's the town council? M • Planning dept.did OK,hard to get a hold of the right people,office is a bit inefficient but overall not a bad job M • Planning.Comm.is rubber stamp. Marketeing needs fiscal tightening. M • Please protect the trails along construction. Minimize closures,find alternative SAFE routes M • Please scale back these committees as much as possible. If we learn to do with less,we won't need more. Source:RRC Associates Page 23 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 04(Town Boards)Do you have any comments on your response? M • Proud of the new community amenities,rec center,swimming,proposed gym M • Really like all the different socials and community involvement activities M • Recall the mayor M • Reopen parking for Tom Blake/Owl Creek trails! M • Search coolers,stopping people bringing wine was a poor decision. I am not attending any free concerts. M • Second home owners,despite the contribution of property taxes to the budget,have no serious voice. This is shame because many have skills which could be helpful. M • Second homeowners board does not appear to be listened to or considered M • Second homeowners board tends to be negative;Mel Blumenthal is a jerk M • Self interest,lack of big picture M • Should allow people to bring wine,etc.to concerts. Also should be less disdain for second homeowners. M • Should change town governance model to one where Planning Commissioner(and Planning Dept.)decides planning issues and applications,rather than recommending to Town Council. M • Sinclair Meadows trail did not keep to original signed agreement with Ski Co M • Ski prices are out of control. It's too expensive for many families. M • SLOW DOWN PERMIT GRANTS and inform homeowners if development cozies up to a current neighborhood(i.e.,Sinclair Meadows) M • Take a nice weekly picnic and add lots of'DON'Ts"-let's wreck the concert nights-now can not bring in your own picnic-no laughing,no wine,no fun,no ice tea,no water,no dogs,no fireworks M • The"no alcohol"Thursday night concert ruling is nothing more than a bad joke-more profits from selling booze-thanks to Merc et at M • The"security"at Thursday night concerts and dumping out of water bottles....the"TSA airport'experience at the concert has tainted the experience. There are too many concerts in Aspen,Basalt,Carbondale and Glenwood. We've lost the community feel at Thursday Night Concerts! M • The 2nd Homeowners is ineffective because it is powerless to impress on the Town Council the preferences of its constituency M • The EVENTS are noise producing,congestion creating and not adequately supervised by town officials or staff M • The free concert series is great! Not happy about the BYO ban but the situation as it now stands is NOT as bad as anticipated. M • The marketing budget should be posted in newspaper or mail boxes-likely wasting lots of money M • The new town hall has displaced the trail up to Mtn.View/Tim Trail,forcing riders onto the narrow and busy road M • There could have been the status quo on BYO Fanny Hill,marketing should have fought harder for it M • They do not meet often enough and when they do they do not lake the time to listen to the few second-homeowners that do show up M • Town becoming a liquor store?Market concerts and they will come attitude M • Town Council is a joke-they will keep on revoting until they get the results they want M • Town has outgrown the expertise of Town Council. Merchants shouldn't be running a$60B project. M • Trails becoming more popular,especially Rim-trail etiquette needs to be made known-bikers constantly fly down trails shouting for pedestrians to MOVE M • Trails too many benches being put on trails M • Unhappy with all the new"rules"for concert nile M • Very little info or awareness provided M • VERY slow planning approvals M • Watch marketing$$.Not enough trail flexibility with operating times. M • We are out of state residents and pay your taxes,but had no vote M • We need an ordinance banning truck engine brakes M • What is second homeowners board doing?? M • Where are they,where do they meet,what do they do M • Why didn't the council design a new City Hall that compliments the new Besse Village. Your arrogance and lack ofsophistication is reflected in the design. M • Why don't I know about the second homeowners board? I'm a second homeowner M • Would like to know more! Planning Commission needs to enforce zoning and ensure current homeowners'rights. M • Would the Board ever consider letting second homeowners vote? Source:RRC Associates Page 24 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 O8 Do you have any specific comments concerning Planning or Public Works? W • Would like to see more attention given to the strips of green belt m front of the Blue Roofs(Snowmass Villas),to correspond with that in front of the Homestead. Need to move the'No engine brakes'sign further uphill by the Chapel. By the time drivers seethe sign,they are already past the point of needing the brakes W • Why is recycling so difficult for businesses in Snowmass? W • We are fortunate to have exceedingly polite individuals collecting trash. I wish there could be more recycling,and if it is possible,individuals need to have better informaion as to how to recycle it. I learned about how to recycle magazines from one of the trash pick up crew. A neighbor who is a full time resident had no idea she should not put them in with newspapers W • Trash fees should not be charged.Trash expenses should have stayed part of the town's expenses as promised by the town's founders during incorporation.Look it up. W • The Ridge homeowners are in need of a new trash building—the current one is a disgrace! W • Summer rand construction should have have faster landscaping done.The round a bout looks like a poorly managed construction site.The road in front of the rec center is still not planted. W • snow removal job not up to par with every other community i've lived or worked around W • Snow removal is very damaging of landscape;simple plowing would be better than using front loaders. Streets are not cleaned and swept effectively. New paving remains with a high edge rather than being integrated with lawns and shoulders. Solid waste recycling should include magazines and remove all the offensive do's and don'ts signage. W • Snow plows consistently damage lawns and plantings near roads on our narrowstreets. W • Planning is slow maybe due to understaffng or their attitude that they are not a public service,whose salaries are paid by the public......Recycling canisters next to garbage in all areas would be most effective. W • Planning Dept.is VERY understaffed,in light of the development,and growth in Snowmass Vlg.They need more enforcment of building code violations,especially at Base Village.Public Works does an outstanding job with snow removal and winter rare of the roads,but doesn't pay attention to small details,such as the culvert/flooding problems at Crossings.TOSV spent 250K on drainage,but$1,500.on Rodeo Roadcut de sac drainage,that is now a WEED patch.Also,they hassle the smaller properties about little problems,while larger road problems loom.Solid Waste does a great job with trash removal,recycling and dealing with Animal control for Bears. W • need to recycle"everything" W • Need to have easy accesses to recycle office paper and magazines rather than having to drive to the public works yard. Often these recycle containers are blocked by snow. The men collecting the trash at our dumpsters are very helpful and courteous if they happen to be in the area. W • Need recycling at the Woodbridge. There's currently only trash removal. W • My experience with Planning two plus years ago was that they were courteous,slow and indecisive. Once I made enough fuss,however,Chris Conrad stepped in and things were handled well and promptly. W • I understand everyone is overworked and understaffed.?? I heard a rumor that staff is not recycling routinely or efficiently. W • I think that Hunt deserves a gold medal W • I noticed a couple of years ago that Divide Road was repaved,even though it didn't need it—it had no structural defects,no potholes,etc.To me that looks like a department justifying its budget while wasting my tax money.Seems like it would be better to transfer that money to projects that need it. W • I didn't know we were recycling? Again,it's a communication thing... W • Hunt Walkers attitude seems to have changed in the last couple months,he doesn't seem to care about much anymore. W • Hunt and JOhn are terrific. W • Hunt and John are responsive and helpful while being fair. W • How about a question stating,"Have you used the Building Department?"or"How do you rate the Building Department?" I cannot respond to the former question, because Planning and Building are two separate departments. W • Get rid of the weeds around town and beatify the islands. W • Excellent staff and service M • Advertise recycling what you can and can't,encourage with signs and information M • All you have to do is drive in Aspen or Pitkin Co.in the winter to realize that we have the best crew around. M • Better monitor of landscape,watering days!! M • By the condition of the roads,one wouldn't know this dept.existed. M • Can't you recycle more items? M • Clearly poor planning has resulted where Sam's Knob Restaurant is concerned-detrimental for skiers offerings-and it was avoidable M • Consider enhancing plastics recycling M • Construction on Brush Creek is ridiculous. How many times do you need to bring up the same piece of road. M • Could recycle magazines,batteries. Have a hazardous waste drop off day one or twice a year. M • Do not push snow onto owners property,tons of gravel ends up on grass and flower beds! M • Does any project get finished,the roundabout is a joke M • Doing well with all the challenges M • Each winter we have the same concern about the huge pile of snow at the end of our road and into our yard M • Excellent and very responsive! M • Excellent staff and service M • Excellent staff,great customer service Source:RRC Associates Page 25 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q8 Do you have any specific comments concerning Planning or Public Works? M • Excessive"second pass"snowplowing spoils appearance of side streets M • Fairway Dr.always gets late snow removal,street always has rocks M • Fees for trash collection are rediculous(sic) M • Finish the landscaping and rodeo entrance already! M • Garbage/recycling sites are unlit-it's impossible to open combination locks without light! M • Good job John Baker M • Good job! M • Great and responsive trash removal folks M • Great job! M • Have always done an excellent job! M • Have they heard of pavement-the center and roads-intersection Wood Rd and Brush Ck is HORRIBLE M • Horse ranch subdivision should have mail pods to avoid all the havoc and construction mess at the village center. M • How about recycling cardboard at trash pickup areas M • How come the town don't have the money to fix street sweeper!(sic) M • I am embarrassed that SV does not recycle more-they should be leaders in this field M • I believe Planning and/or the City Mgr.was involved w/petition at Country Club Town Homes,and thought this situation was badly handled M • I don't think TOSV can keep up without the construction wear and tear on the roads. M • I know exactly where the county ends and SMV begins on snowy winter nights-the road dept.rocks! M • I live on the downhill side of the street and wish the plow wouldn't pile snow in my driveway! M • I'd like to see a wider array of recycling-plastic containers and glass M • It would be nice to have a trash station near bottom of Wood Road M • Julie Lindt is very efficient. Many town bear proof trash containers are not set in concrete. M • Keep up the good work M • Keep up the good work M • Keep up the good work-are you part of this town? M • More and different materials accepted for recycling M • More attention to parks M • More convenient dump sites,better recycling M • More recycle opportunities if possible M • More stations for garbage and recycling are needed-a waste of gas to drive 4 miles round trip to recycle M • Must be a nightmare to work around Intrawest M • Need better control of noxious weeds M • Need dumpsler building on Wood Rd.somewhere M • Need more recycling facilities M • Needs full time staff M • Our Public Works dept.is the best! M • Outstanding M • Permit system for special events-very weak M • Pick up more recycling items M • Planning Department:Excellent staff,analysis review and administration in sync with planning commission,but ignored,undercut,overridden by Town Council,to town's detriment. Public Works Department:Snow removal on Oak Ridge Road seems minimal and late,despite#of homes and narrowness of road. M • Planning dept.does not consider the public vs.ski co.for on-mountain issues. Public works took away the garbage shed for Woodrum res.and did not replace it. M • Planning Dept.seems to"rubber stamp"too many projects M • Planning Dept.should keep community updated on review time necessaryfor issuing building permits M • Planning-put more enforcement in permit system-especially special events using public property M • Planning too many real estate and property mgmt.members-conflicts with reasonable growth M • Plow bike paths! We don't all drive! M • Poor planning on roads M • Public works-always excellent;planning-mindset M • Public works is the best part of our town government. The snowplowing is the best and trash removal year round is the best in state. M • Public works needs to increase the number of snow removal vehicles and do a better job on the roads after a storm M • Public works seems to cater to the squeaky wheel;planning dept.does not review plans in the order received M • Recycle more plastics M • Recycling services need to be expanded and the residents educated! M • Ridge Run needs some upgrades to our"garbage house." All others have been improved,but this is an eyesore. Pavement is poor,wood is splintered,landscaping is nonexistent. M • Road construction by the Center-what are the DOING? No progress! Source:RRC Associates Page 26 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 08 Do you have any specific comments concerning Planning or Public Works? M • Seems like P.W.is doing a fine job. M • Smells terrible,sometimes overwhelming M • Snow removal blocks my drive.Unresponsive to multiple complaints. M • Snow removal on parking lots leaves a very slippery surface M • Snow storage doesn't respect properties M • Snowmass is a mess. Was beautiful 3-5 years ago! M • Snowplowers give no courtesy to property.They state they are just doing their job,but have an apparent vendetta against wealthy second homeowners. M • Snowplowing is excellent! M • Spend too much$on parking M • Street(sic)are torn up during construction,but not Public Works fault. Need more recycling options for business owners! M • Street maintenance? He! M • Streets are in bad shape because of construction and dangerous around the construction areas M • Summer landscaping by finished road construction seems nonexistent M • Summer road construction a joke! More pressure on developer-should repave all road cuts. Not enough recycle for tourists. M • Thanks for all your hard work! M • The last 2 years the plows have been very aggressive in plowing into yards on Horse Ranch Drive despite having multiple stakes up. We have had significant repairs each spring. M • The locks on the dumpsters are a good idea M • They are quick to gravel the roads,but slow to wash them. The dust created is a health hazard as well as visual pollution. M • They don't enforce cleaning up around job sites and all the mud and gravel that result M • Too many bike path(sic)are closed-dusty roads M • Too many potholes/dusty roads;could do more recycling than glass and paper M • Too much needless tinkering with the entrance/rodeo. Not enough attention to potholes around the center. M • Town dumped snow on my RV(illegible)and broke sewer line M • Traffic is a mess this summer M • Trash guys leave a mess behind M • Truck drivers should pull to the side and let traffic flow instead of blocking everyone. They should be more considerate since there's so many trucks around! M • Unfair to charge curbside customers for dumpsters M • Very hard working and understaffed M • Very slow to correct/admit to sprinkler malfunctions in village lots M • We are wasting chemicals in the soil when you wash the roads. The trash guys are super nice. M • We could do more recycling(it seems there's other possibilities) M • We need a Wood Road recycling site M • We need better recycling program! M • What are we going to do with all the waste from this"new"village? M • When contacted about an overflow pond problem they fixed it ASAP M • Why replace perfectly fine neighborhood roads. Also why paint double yellow lines? You better not come back and tear up the road to replace the aging sewer lines in the next year or two! M • Wish could recycle more and all the mags/trash at the post office M • Would like more streetwashing to control dust M • Would like to recycle paperboard/chipboard Source:RRC Associates Page 27 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 010 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning police services in the town? W • Am I the only person in the Village who actually slows down at the Little Red Schoolhouse? W • Bring back the Spring Bear Hunting Season to help control the explosion of the Bear population.Or get volunteers to hand out Bear birth control pills and... W • Enforce No parking on private lanes. W • Enforce the signs'no parking',speed limit,handicap,time parking,"no parking on side of road" W • give construction vehicles that are speeding tickets W • Great crew! W • I don't believe the police department should be dealing with animal services.The town should have its own wildlife specialists.Bears are using up too much of their time. W • I have never had such a positive experience with a police department in any place I have lived. These guys really seem to be looking out for our safety and not meeting traffic ticket quotas. W • I think we need a long term plan of staffing needs as we grow. I think we need to add another officer next year and possible another officer in a couple to three years out. W • Maybe relax a little more on the animal services part.Not in terms ofbears,but with our own personal pets,we really do care for them and take good care of them. Sometimes we're teated like we beatthe pets. W • Need more speed monitoring on Brush Creek Road,from the Chapel,downhill. W • Our police men and women are terrific. We could benefit from increased visibility in the mall and center though. W • Our police officers do an amazing job protecting our town. Every officer I talk to is extremely friendly,profesional and helpful. W • parking regulations on private streets sould be monitered more closely W • Please see prvious comments about animal control--need to stop making bear issues the problem of homeowners. W • the police are awesome in every aspect W • They do a gerat job with limited resources. W • They seem to get a large portion of the budget when other departments appear to be lacking resources. W • They seem to walk a good line between protecting and enforcement so that you don't feel like they are outto get you. good Job W • Tough job,but SMV cops are tops.Goodwin capturing the BAD guy following the stolen vehicles and motorcycle,high speed pursuit is a great example.Art does a good job of managing the dept.Not a lot of turnover should tell the TOSV something. W • what crimes? W • Why don't we hear about the fights after shows anymore? Why isn't this reported as heavily as when people were allowed to bring alcohol in? M • 90%of officer sightings:idle,chatting on cell phone,or goofing off M • Animal services personnel are wonderful M • Art and his staff are exceptional M • Better enforcement of animal control rules and regs. Too many loose dogs M • Better enforcement of traffic laws M • Casual,friendly and courteous M • Check if possible all illegal cars and licenses M • Comments heard:police are more interested in making money and sls M • Construction sites are leaving food in trash in The Pines and Two Creeks,attracting bears M • Construction workers are a concern for me M • Crack down on speeding,running slop signs,etc. Ticket all bikers on Brush Creek Road-they belong on the bike path,not the road. M • Enforce noise ordinances please M • Enforcement of noise ordinances-especially trucks on Brush Creek Rd. Prohibit compression braking entirely M • Enforcement of speeding in Mellon Ranch is pathetic,no parking rules on neighborhood streets ignored daily by construction workers M • Excellent police services! M • Favor residents over bears M • Friendly and approachable all except for the chief M • Friendly,firm,efficiency-oriented will be important to maintain as the town grows/crowds dramatically in coming years M • Get out on the roads! M • Get rid of Brian Olson. The rest are excellent. He is bringing our town down in many ways. M • Get the chief to leash his dog,and police others M • Great dept.! M • Great group M • Greatgroup of people M • Great job! M • Great people M • Greater visibility M • Haven't seen a patrol on our street until last night M • Help more traffic-enforce traffic laws M • I believe it's VERY unprofessional for cops to hang out in bars! Source:RRC Associates Page28 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 010 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning police services in the town? M • I feel safer here than anywhere else. These folks always have their eyes wide open. M • 1 really don't think they have the hardest job in the world,but they're great M • I see many locals speeding and rolling stops M • I've lived here 15 years and have an overall positive feeling about the police services. M • Keep up the great work! Thank you! M • Leash laws are not enforced adequately(I am a dog owner). I have witnessed dogs chasing wildlife on numerous occasions. M • Like to see more traffic control around mall for delivery trucks,skiedchild program drop-offs on Daly Lane M • Los Angeles and Mexican drug gangs M • Make the bikers and jogger use the trails WE paid for! M • More aggressive bear removal=they never blame the bears M • More should be done about drug use and sale M • More traffic control M • More visibility M • Need 2-3 additional officers to combat exessive overtime and burnout M • Need better enforcement of wildlife rules M • Need better traffic control at P.O./village market intersection-too much traffic going too fast downhill M • Need to crack down on speeding M • Need to enforce parking regulations more M • Need to have stronger stance on parking issues M • Not enough enforcement of traffic laws of construction vehicles(sic) M • Noticeable increase in patrol cars enforcing traffic laws M • Only town dept.that should probably be left as is M • Our police are great M • Parking and fire lanes never enforced properly M • Parking lots could be monitored after 11-we have to pay;others come in free after daily lot check M • Police have overthe past 20 years become exceedingly impersonal and hard nosed-this is a small town and new guys like Stewy have to chill out a bit-they can all learn to be a better officer from Brian Olsen M • Police need to recognize they are here to serve the homeowners and visitors and keep some balance in this regard M • Police officers should strictly enforce traffic(I.e.speeding)regulation on construction vehicles. M • Police should be enforcing more of our speed limits. M • Police should enforce street parking regulations on a regular basis M • Police staff are excellent,they do a great job serving our resort community M • Prior to Snowmelt being one way,noise from buses and trucks was terrible. Thurs.night summer traffic and noise was also bad. Place a squad car at Lickenhearth entrance to observe speeders. M • Slow in responding to calls for a small town M • Special events are not policed enough concerning amplified noise M • Speeding a constant problem on Maple Ridge Ln. M • Speeding checks between Sinclair and Rodeo Lot Downhill M • Stop the speeders! M • Thanks! M • The fighting in bars and mall at night is out of control M • The nicest police services in the state-helpful and fair! M • The police are great! M • The regulation concerning liquor on the hill was unnecessary-concert goers are very well behaved in general M • They are all great people M • They are all great people.Nice even when dealing with problems. M • They are great M • They do not solve crime well. M • They need more policemen. We are not a small town anymore! The ones here are trying their best. M • They need to patrol mall/parking areas more-to abode by noise ordinance. Blazing Adventure employees are obnoxious and rude. M • They rock M • They rock!! M • This summer have noticed out of state residents/guests driving extremely fast M • Tighten up on construction traffic M • Too many bears M • Too much speeding M • Too much traffic control Source:RRC Assodates Page 29 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q10 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning police services in the town? M • Trucks are speeding from 82 to village! M • Very nice people,approachable and informative. M • We had a 911 emergency that took over 30 minutes to respond M • Wear bullet proof vests(in light of recent cop shooting and Basalt 7-11) M • Whoever brought up the liquor at the free concerts should be fired then tarred,feathered and run out of town! M • Why speed traps in"soft"traffic areas. Get rid of Barney Fife! M • Wish they would patrol and enforce speed limits in residential areas Source:RRC Associates Page 30 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q12 Do you have any comments on the Village Shuttle or transportation issues? W • a shuttle up Two Creeks Drive during Winter and Spring vacation limes would be nice. W • As soon as the Lower Carriage Way Is back to normal,there will be no problems W • Dial A Ride works well,very punctual,courteous drivers. RFTA drivers are not too freindly and often pull out in front of other vehicles... W • For the most part transit is great except you can't ask RFTA to call TOSV and ask for them to wait going into town. W • Good job...great service. W • good service W • Great Job! W • Great service,keep it up! W • In Winter,should change the crossings time to slightly earlier so it would be possible to arrive at the mall for work slightly before 8 am,say 7.45 rather than 8.05 as it is now,The 7.20 get there too early for the 8 am shift. W • It only serves our Ridge Run neighborhood at one point,so it doesn't work for us to use it. W • i've never heard anything negative about the shuttle service W • Looping through Snowmass Center could be eliminated. W • Most drivers arer great.The lemons are really sour though.Parking limitations and construction add to some of th eocnfusion. W • need more frequent service and I'd ride more often W • Need to make people aware that dial-a-ride does not apply during Thursday concerts. W • Needs to begin running thru 2am to prevent drunk driving once more options in late night entertainment are delivered in Base Village. W • Off-season schedules always seem confusing at first(maybe they could use some better/more frequent information dissemination in the form of newspaper ads,etc.), but overall the shuttle department maintains a high level of service that is a great benefit to the Village,especially as they are the most visible department in our local government services. W • Shuttle service is easy,frequent,and on lime. I'd rather take the shuttle than drie.I suggest we encourage rental properties to post current shuttle times in each unit to encourage use. W • Some drivers have the"attitude" W • Some very unfreindly drivers,ego trip and attitude is very bad.A few very nice ones unfortunatley over shaddowed by the grumpy ones. W • The new buses are nice. Many buses appear near empty on some routes,especially during the shoulder and summer seasons. Perhaps the shuttle route should be limited only to Brush Creek Road during these periods to save money. The Transportation Department seems to get a large chunk of the budget when other departments seem to be lacking resources. W • There should be a pickup for skiers at the rodeo heading to Aspentbuttermilk/highlands.Right now,you ahve to go BACK to the village and then catch a ASC bus. Crazy!Also,still confusing the tourist and residents where the shuttle is vs.ASC/RFTA at the village.Also drivers misguided my family to the Aspen REC center instated of Snowmass Rec center,and they ended up having to get off at buttermilk,and then take a bus BACK to the SNOWMAA Rec Center. W • There should definitely be continued service to Horse Ranch. This summer it is call to request only and I know there was some talk of doing this in the winter as well. I think there should be continued service without having to call. W • Very friendly,occasionally hard to figure out where to catch the shuttle. W • We have no shuttle service near our house which we certainly miss. Thus have no way of using buses. Guests must drive. W • We often see large empty RFTA and town buses driving around.How about using smaller buses?Small empty buses burn less fuel than large empty buses. W • We should have it year-round. Not that on-call stuff,as I don't think the tourists really get it. W • We're on route 8 which,understandably,has limited summer and off-season availability. W • Wish they had service up Faraway Road M • #8 should run to top of Horse Ranch Dr. M • A great service!! It's great to have regular#8 bus service in the summer! M • Aggressive drivers M • Always clean,drivers friendly to everyone,even thewhining tourist M • Always excellent when I use it. (Live too far from bus stop for regular use) M • Always tell you to walk somewhere never can be picked up M • Bus 8 runs every 30 minutes and does not do a reverse route. That is why I do not use it for work. It COULD take me 45 minutes to get home if I miss a bus. M • Bus drivers in Melton Ranch should obey 20 MPH limit no matter how late they are M • Buses often depart 5-10 minutes late;drivers often not helpful/proactive;website is awful,lacks basic info;posted info difficult to find,frequently incorrect M • Change time for winter Horse Ranch to mall for 8 AM workers M • Convenient,timely,and they go out of their way to provide good service! Keep it up! M • Could use more reliable service at Woodrun V M • Crossing route in winter-lough times to get to mall by eight without being way eady M • Do a very good job M • Does not go up Wood Road far enough M • Does not reach to top of Sinclair Rd.,would ride otherwise M • Driver courtesy varies by driver M • Drivers are great-could improve on-time service M • Excellent service! Source:RRC Associates Page 31 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 012 Do you have any comments on the Village Shuttle or transportation issues? M • Great amenity M • Greatdrivers except Johnny Boyd he is an ass! M • Grealjob-this is one A-1 service! M • Greatjob,great service M • Great people,tough job with construction! M • Great service-communication with RFTA drivers. Need a connector from 3 to rodeo. M • Great service,too bad more people don't use it. We really appreciate the#8 route this summer. M • Great system and they do a great job at special events M • GREAT! M • Horse Ranch/Crossings should have dedicated bus M • 1 am glad it's available. M • 1 cannot get good service in the summer after 7 PM M • I hate not being able to fit on a bus and then I'm late. M • I have had several times when as a pedestrian was not given the RNV. On one occasion the driver was downright nasty. M • If you want fewer cars in area,bus service must be improved M • In the winter the shuttle at Seasons 4 are always either 5 minutes early or 7 minutes late M • It is great to have such a wonderful benefit M • It's an excellent service. M • Its a needed service and done quite well M • Its the best M • John,Bob,Sage,Rusty Rock! Sometimes the other drivers loose their patience or treat others differently-these guys(above)are solid. M • Like classical or soft music. Hate hip hop or loud music. M • Low season could(?)go to 60%on demand service in proliferation of cell phones M • Make route change times from off season on season more similar M • Make shuttles free all year M • Money could be spent elsewhere M • More busses,more frequently M • More frequent service M • Need a shuttle from Snowmass to Aspen direct from the mall at least if not from Rodeo or Brush Creek. M • Need more routes and hours M • Need more service to more areas M • Need on call to the Divide/Krabloonik,late night service needs to be more available M • No upper Wood Road transportation M • Not much service in Two Creeks at beginning of season/Thanksgiving to Christmas need more M • Off season schedule not adequate M • One of the best at serving our resort community,a model for other resorts M • One of the finest services in SMV M • Our guests love it! M • Pay drivers more so they WWI stay M • Perhaps Route 8 could run in the summer as well! M • Service should be extended to Two Creeks and The Pines M • Shuttle drivers are friendly and helpful M • Shuttle from Tamaracks is nearly nonexistent due to construction during summer M • Shuttles should be on call past midnight M • Some are not as courteous as in past M • Sometimes drivers are very courteous-others have a definite"attitude." One or two act like they don't want to pick me up. M • Sometimes drivers refuse to stop at Far-a-way coming to village! M • Sometimes I find drivers"annoyed"to have to come in to Seasons Four when#1 is not running. It is difficult to get down to 82 so it is very appreciated when they do come into S4. M • Summer schedule is very confusing and not all that user friendly M • Sure do appreciate you! M • The best! M • The bike racks should be greatly improved!! M • The drivers provide exceptional service with a smile. They are great! M • The drivers should take customer service training M • The shuttle should provide service until bars have closed year-round!! M • The system is great. Most drivers are nice. We love John Callin(?). Source:RRC Associates Page 32 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 012 Do you have any comments on the Village Shuttle or transportation issues? M • They are great drivers,friendly,a great amenity M • They are the best M • They rock!! M • Though I use very seldom this service is essential for guests M • Tough summer to ride shuttle-timeliness too sporadic due to construciton M • We have no service to Bridge Lane M • We live beyond your routes but Dial-a-Ride has been great when I had rehab needs M • We should have some service to the Divide. Our homeowners contribute considerable property taxes for which we get few services. Children and domestic help have to walk up from the mall. M • We use rarely,but it is fine when we do M • What a great benefit to all! M • When I use it,I'm pretty satisfied. M • Why doesn't the shuttle go to the top of Horse Ranch Drive? M • Why should condo renters have better service than owners M • Winter service is sporadic,though it could be related to weather/volume M • Wish we had a 5:45 shuttle w/RFTA connection M • Wonderful service,at times some surly drivers M • Would be interesting to see if route extensions would increase riders hip/decrease car traffic(e.g.to ends of Oak Ridge and Sinclair) M • Would be nice if they went farther up Wood Road on request M • Would like more non-ski service in peak summer months M • Would like service to Upper Horse Ranch Source:RRC Associates Page 33 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 015 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning shuttleservices,parking or roads? W • With all of the other things to worry about during the construction(unaaceptable dump truck exhaust and safety on Wood Road,the amount of truck traffic at times,etc.) The least can be done is a little relaxed parking enforcement. Not that there should be a free for all in the upper lots,but maybe concentrate efforts to keep other areas safe and the commercial construction sector in check. W • 1. There should be a circulating roadway around the Village Mall by connecting Daly Lane and Elbert Lane,which could be serviced by drop off transit on the uphill side Elbert Lane)and pick up service on the downhill side(Daly Lane). A circulating route would provide traffic and accessibility to the commercial services as well as provide vitality for the mall. 2. Why was the parking at the Rodeo ground reduced in size? If often does not meet the demand during the winter time,even before the build out completion of Base Village. There is a need to develop plans now for a second level of parking at the Rodeo grounds. W • add parking in the Village and make the parking free all over town W • Cannot use shuttle service as not near our home. Village lots are often congested with no parking available for residents. W • Creekside and Palisades complexes should have a parking pass system;too many people know they can sneak in to park there to go skiing. W • Enforce no parking on private lanes-not worried about parking lots. W • Given circumstances,shuttle service is great.Raods are fine,parking lots sizes are grossly inadequate W • Have a place for the Shuttle to pull over at the Snowmass Center(upper lever),so that traffic flow isn't stopped to accomodate a few stragglers mounting or dismounting the Shuttles. W • icy hills need more attention more often during storms and earlier morning service(5am--6:30am) W • Need more parking W • needs to be done more frequently for more hours of the day in winter W • our roads are over taxed now during construction imagine what it will be like if the people come,like the developer promises. W • Parkign for commerical village(des office)is not good;very stressful tryign to get the Dr Checks office and know where/if I can park.Unfair for local businesses(and residents)of Snowmass. W • Restrictions and controls will need to be put in place immediately upon completion of SBV parking garages. Otherwise there will be loo many friends of friends and parking violations using facilities designed for owners,etc. W • Roundabouts are great,but need better signage. Look at European signage design at roundabouts. Roundabouts should be at Wood Road and Owl CreeklBrush Creek intersections. W • shuttle service is wonderful and probably eliminates the need for a lot of parking. W • Snowmelt Road is very dangerous W • Summer travel in TOSV is miserable. W • There will never be enough parking for the American standard due to our dependance on cars. More lots,maybe in an underground lot would always be benificial. The shuttle service is fantastic W • They problem is not enforcement but not enough parking spaces.Two Creeks and Black Saddle areas should double their capacity now. W • Traffic on our roads is noisey,congested and will only get worse with all this construction. W • we invite all these people and then don't give them enough places to park.very frustrating. W • We live off of Carriage Way and have permits,however the parking nazis are still a pain. I get tickets in legitimate spots even with my pass. Its impossible to have a service person come during the mornings in the winter because they always get tickets. There has to be some flexibility for commercial service people coming to our home during the winter. W • We need more parking W • Why does Blazing Adventures take so many parking spaces in lot 1-2? Why not make residents move there cars elsewhere,if they don't use them? M • #8 should run to top of Horse Ranch Dr. M • Additional stops at the curve before Snowmelt Rd.,stop at Stonebridge is too far up M • Allow people to park on street during no snow months M • As a retired NY fireman I'm afraid of non-enforced fire lanes M • As in Aspen,encourage use of hybrid vehicles with free parking. M • Atjob sites be sure emergency vehicles can get through M • Base village needs more parking for non-residents of base village M • Better parking for day skiers M • Biggest concern is lack of good parking to ski areas for residents. Resent having to pay a fee for parking for Elk Camp lift. M • Build a garage at mall! M • Build a parking structure at the mall M • Bus OK now but won't be with all the new housing M • Can not count on Rte 3 to get me to work on time M • Can't turn at Owl Creek. Too much redoing construction. M • Construction a mess! M • Construction is a problem and looks like it will be for many years M • Construction is tough,but everyone trying to do their best M • Construction makes situation intolerable(sic) M • Continue to control the"zoo"of skier unloading M • Could 2 Creeks return to concert prkng? Source:RRC Associates Page 34 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q15 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning shuttle services,parking or roads? M • Current satisfaction with parking is SOLELY due to existence/availability/low cost of lots 1-13 and at Snowmass Center(post office,stores,etc.) These locations,no cost,and restrictions to residents must be maintained. Base Village garage is not a substitute,the second level of 325 additional spaces at rodeo lot is a must. Lot 1- 13 permits must not increase for commercial employees or contractors(Base Village or mall). M • Day skiers constantly park in"employee"spots and"resident'parking and are very rarley(sic)ticketed the only place parking is regulated is in the mall M • Despite the size of the Base Village,I believe parking capacity is undersized for those who live here M • Disallow employees premium parking M • Discourage long term parking in numbered lots-some vehicles are unmoved for weeks M • Don't use the numbered lots for overflow from rodeo(sic)lot M • Due to the pollution roads cause to the watershed,I'd like to see more shuttles for skiers. We don't need to park on the mountain. M • Educate people(visitors)to use the shuffle-best system in the world. M • Encourage(provide incentive)guests to park at intercept lot or rodeo and be shuttled in,traffic is nonstop 2417. Provide incentive for non-residents who work in the village to shuttle in-maybe even their place of business can give a stipend($$). M • Encourage use of bikes-make Snowmass a cycling-centric place to the extent possible(e.g.,liberal signage indicating this idea and cyclist right of way) M • Enforce when people have parked incorrectly M • Everybody parks at the intercept and has to take a shuttle M • Extra ski parking for those who do not live near shuttle M • Figure out a way to delineate spaces in#lots to no waste space b/t cards. M • Flatten surfaces of snowmelt road every few lots to allow for safe crossing in ski boots(Lot 12 please). M • For those of us whose homes are not on the shuttle route,a better opportunity to partner with Dial-a-Ride is needed. Mountain Taxi takes forever and is rude. M • Free Aspen Snowmass Shuttles all winter M • Generally excellent. Base Village construction impact will have to be repaired. M • Given how tight parking is in summer,winter must be a nightmare M • Greater frequency of shuttles. Concerned about what will happen after Base Village is completed. M • Hate the new roundabout at Rodeo Lot M • Homeowners should not have to pay for parking! M • How are we going to handle all the new development? M • How are we going to handle the increased volume of cars in the next 3-5 years? M • How are we going to handle traffic after base village,we can't handle it now M • How do we undo the loss of all the parking thanks to Base Village? M • I avoid the mall because of parking issues. We just need a parking garage! Owl Creek/Brush Creek intersection is poor and unsafe. M • I foresee a very major problem M • I see young kids park in handicap and get their snowboards and run to the slopes,I don't know how they have a sticker M • I wish more residents would ride the shuttle! M • If I start a business will you give me have or more of a parking lot to run it? M • Increase shuttle service area,parking at trails,i.e.Tom Blake Rim M • Insure parking is available in Base Village garage for residents M • It is difficult to get to Two Creeks from Nelson Ranch M • It might be nice to know where parking is allowed on roads in residential areas M • It's the volume of traffic in a congested area M • Keep fire access roads clear! M • Local roads will become congested as construction is completed and more people visit M • Locals need pass when parking for village services over 90 minutes. Need to move gas station down into trees before entry roundabout(right side). Lowest area,set- back and landscape plan! M • Make parking at Brush Creek bus service more attractive so people park at Hwy 82 and ride bus up to Village. M • Make sure developers provide their share of new parking. Make sure their traffic studies are accurate. M • Make this a high priority when planning for new center and mall M • Maybe bus service(frequent)in off season and summer M • More 15 minute parking at Two Creeks M • More access for day skier parking M • More busses,more often M • More parking is necessary for employees and guests to the area. Special events cause major problems-no real overflow. M • Need better enforcement of road rage behind dump trucks M • Need lights in parking lot at the rec center-very dark at night M • Need more convenient parking to all amenities from the upper village to skiing and to the center M • Need more drop off areas at mall and children's ski school M • Need more parking areas and shuttle service to Aspen WITHOUT the connection at the Interceptor Lot M • Need more parking at the Snowmass Mall Source:RRC Associates Page 35 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q15 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning shuttle services,parking or roads? M • Need more spaces and lots M • Need way more parking! M • No employees in village lots M • Non-residents should NOT use permit lots such as Roaring Fork membership M • Off season ticketing of local UNACCEPTABLE M • Overall shuttle service is pretty good. Parking to eat in restaurants or shops is awkward. M • Parking in center is dominated by employees in center-they should be required to park away from immediate area of stores and post office M • Parking is crazy now,I can only imagine winter. M • Parking is extremely inadequate(rodeo lot and upper village)to promote skiing and concerts. The parking must be easy and convenient to get people to visit the mall area. Furthermore,many Aspen residents are not willing to ride a bus to shop/eat in Snowmass. M • Parking is horrible,and the roads can't handle more traffic....so why are we building Base Village? M • Parking is inadequate for growth. Denying employees any access to work will be a big mistake. Parking with good access to Mall is inadequate. Construction this summer killed the local roads. M • Parking lots and roads need expanded-new growth should pay for M • Parking should only be for lodging guests and residents,day skiers. Aspen shoppers should shuttle up from Rodeo Grounds.(4 lane Brush Creek for 82 to roundabout by 2009) M • Parking stickers for residents should be free M • Parking to access Owl Creek Trail would be great M • Parking/traffic situation at Snowmass Center inadequate M • Really need to think of parking and traffic before Center/mall approvals M • Roads around Base Village have become dangerous and mismanaged. Road cuts not up to spec. M • Run permit system in summer M • Shuttle excellent,parking very poor,roads average to poor M • Shuttle seems to be directed to tourist-it should be to encourage locals not to drive M • Shuttles help the most;except in the center where I need my car M • Ski company should pay for all aspects of day skier parking improvements M • Some roads are unpaved too long. Most do not have pedestrian or bicycle shoulder. M • Streets,roads are well marked and lit. Parking at the town center is now congested(sic). M • The current situation on our roads(construction)is HORRIBLE! It is the topic of conversation every day and it is all NEGATIVE. M • The new kids center needs to be prioritized for service M • The people who live and WORK in the village should have access to closest parking M • The roads are the best maintained in the state. Shuttle drivers are terrific. M • The shuttle is great,too many construction vehicles M • The Town to find a way to issue permits when guests arrive! Condos and hotels have a hard time enforcing permits! M • There is never enough parking for special events-although we contributed every year to Fanny Hill concerts-we NEVER go anymore M • There should be more adequate parking near the slopes and shopping,not at the rodeo! Thank you! M • This base village better have twice the parking to town thinks is appropriate(sic) M • Ticketinghowing people who park on private property or handicap spaces M • To reduce traffic employees could park at rodeo lot and ride the bus M • Too many delays due to construction and construction workers.They don't obey yield and stop signs,I have been almost hit by trucks 3 times this month. M • Too many torn up roads! Pot holes in center horrible M • Traffic and congestion on Snowmen Rd.near mall is always bad in winter M • Very rude director of roads...terrible overkill on culvert digging work M • Village market has good parking. Mall areas-loo many people driving in and out of every lot looking for a spot in peak times. Too many forced spots that barely fit illegal). M • We need more parking at the center,skiers need better drop-offs-with traffic control M • We need more spaces#5 per 1000 sq.ft.-structure parking OK,too M • We pay plenty of taxes. Charging residents to park is ridiculous. M • Why don't you ticket illegal parkers on Daly and Elbert M • Wish shuttle service came to the Pines so parking would not be an issue M • Year-round residents(homeowners)should not have to pay anywhere to park M • You need large garages for base village and new center Source:RRC Associates Page 36 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 017 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning Group Sales? W • Be more visible. W • getting back to the Conference Center disappearing,how can the Group Sales Manager sell Snowmass to large conventions currently looking at Summer 2009 and beyond? I'm guessing they need clarity as it relates to meeting and conference space for large groups if we are going to have success in the future. W • Good staff,but a difficult product to sell with all the construction and no conference center or multi prupose event center. To much self interest need more of a we attitude with the loding community W • Group sales needs to be more aggressive in selling small groups to occupy condos without access to cenferneos facilities. W • Group Sales should be a private sector function,notjust another governmental department. W • Have never used. W • I am pleased with the sucess of the transition from SRA Group Sales to TOSV Group Sales W • I don't see much advertising in the top Denver magazines which should be a good market. W • If I'm not aware of the group,theyre clearly not doing a significant marketing job-and,therefore,probably couldn't help deliver the experience that I would want my guests to enjoy. W • Locals incentives to utilize. W • Not certain why local government is running a group sales department. This seems to be more a function for the private sector. W • Promote Snowmass more in foreign markets-Europe,Japan. W • Promote TOSV to blacks-Get Tiger Woods to ski in Snowmass! W • Sates and marketing should be overhauled. We need to start all over,they bring no value to what they do. W • There hands are tied with bookings for groups that make a significant impact to the village.They can't book any groups into the conference center or STE after april of 09 W • This department is a very important eleminate to the success of Snowmass in the future. W • Would be a great asset if the need arises,but the need is small for us right now. M • Academic professional associations are often small and might be targeted by group sales M • Be more visible(sic) M • Better public relations M • Could have a major impact on retail and other business but do not appear to understand the resort business or absentee(sic)owners needs M • Didn't know it existed,but would use it now that I know(if a need arose) M • Focus on bringing guests to Snowmass. Let free enterprise compete for special events for locals. M • For smaller events I'd go straight to the Crestwood M • Government in party planning WOW-why do we pay taxes=party? M • Great activities/concerts M • Great staff. Bad board-self interest problem M • Group sales board self interest,need more local non-lodging input M • Group sales seem to receive all the perks-which is fine to pull them in-just do not forget where they stay. If not for 2nd home owners renting units out you wouldn't have a business! 2nd home owners deserve some breaks also!"lift tickets" M • How can we spend in excess of$500,000 a year in salaries and benefit package for a group with little to nothing to sell after 2009. And afterthe still'up in the air conference hotel comes on line,we,the taxpayers will be directly benefiting private enterprise by selling private space for a private entity.The proposed space is a JOKE.It is not big enough for the Skico to have a staff meeting.Simply ludicrous. M • I don't anticipate a need for this service personally but feel it is a great service for the village to have M • I have no personal need. M • I think it would be terrific M • If everything goes into fractional ownership and taken off rental market,do we need Group Sales? M • Ineffective-not with the times M • Inform merchants better. M • Keep bringing in those great ski groups M • Keep this business private,just provide venues M • Make it more available for people's knowledge M • Market the town! Let private(sic)enterprise take care of the planning and execution. M • More PR for Snowmass Village(NOT Aspen) M • More visibility nationally,include all condominiums in events or at least rotate emphasis(sic) M • Need better conference center then they can bring in more and larger groups M • Need to address"all"of the impacts when booking a group-parking,bus service,use of town facilities M • No matter what we need conference space for conventions. This is where the summer can really improve for TOSV. M • No trust- M • Not while construction activity guarantees dust and noise M • Our unit at Laurelwood accommodates family groups thru on site management M • Question decision process for spending town tax(just don't know) M • Recruit basketball camp,more summer activities Source:RRC Associates Page 37 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q17 Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning Group Sales? M • Seems impersonal M • Self interest board,need more of business and lodging work towards same goal M • Should be private not government M • Should be private,not govt. M • Should become more visible M • Spent sometime seeing how other major resorts do it. Studies much the same as Town Council did prior to approval of base village M • SRA did it for 35 years and it was NEVER EQUITABLE-I don't think the town can make it equitable either-it will be tax money going to special interest. Challenge- spend the money where it vnll mean the most. MORE FLIGHTS in and out of here. M • Stop wasting tax money! M • There is a need to increase group sales M • They are so concerned with all the events that locals are being crowded out-and we've very angry about it. And the absolutely ridiculous liquor policy is a deal breaker we go to the Aspen Music Tent 2-3 nights a week and everyone brings wine-what state law?? If you cared what WE thought,you'd use all that extra money to challenge the law. Meantime,I'm told the wine you sell is abominable! M • They do a terrible job. Not sure they understand that marketing and planning need to happen before 2 week of an event! Replace the department with people that not only understand how itworks,but can see to the future not only of the event schedule but to what is in our future with all that our future growth will demand! M • They should be provided gratis! M • This should not be a gov't function. M • Waste of time M • We need a conference center for all lodging properties and local organizations to use.Snowmass Conference Center works. M • Weak!But without the conference center what do we expect! M • Weddings are not the answer! Stick to groups! M • Why is the Town in this business? M • You put a town(illegible)meeting this summer in a non airconditioned?place. Feedback"we will never come back to Snowmass' Source:RRC Associates Page 38 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 018(Importance of issues and opportunities)Do you have any specific comments on your response to these questions? W • A theater,ice rink,etc are great but need staffing and need to be kept current for activities and with people coming to snowmass village to use these. If you build it they will come..... W • Additional parking should benifit all the commercial enterprises in the village,not just skiing.;Isn't an indoor multipurpose events facility and a conference center the same thing? W • Are the special events more concerts because we can't think of anything new? W • Be careful not to add to many costly capital projects that will lead to increased property taxes. W • Have the private sector build,pay,manage...this.Please do not crest another government department. W • I love every suggestion. Snowmass needs to continue to become a destination for vacationers. The more that is in town the better for our economy. Several of my friends who ski all over Colorado say that Snowmass is by far the best mountain to ski on. It offers so much diversity. W • I think the addition of some of these above-mentioned amenities will enhance the small-town community feel that might be threatened with the addition of hotel/corporate businesses,etc. I for one would LOVE to have a movie theater in town,as well as a state of the art conference center and performing arts! W • It would be nice to have everything,but I know it's not feasible. W • Might a"mini-library"make sense for SV,perhaps in the Mall? We're probably not big enough for a full library,but what about one that would have the most commonly- used features? W • movie theater and would be awesome W • Movie theater. Have the wave pool being considered for the ARC moved to either the SM Rec center or the Base Village aqua center. W • Multi purpose PAC could function as an indoor multipurpose and I movie theater.;Snowmass did have a movie theater along with more community cohesiveness in early years. W • Need performance center:movies,theater,dance,etc.Could be combined with a conference facility.The post office really needs more boxes with keys for parcels;it's lame that they won't provide,and when we work in Aspen and can't get back to pick up parcles its a drag.I realize this is federal office,but maybe you can do something about that? W • New conference space may still be of importance,but constructing an auditorium for multi-use functions(for conference assemblies,indoor concerts,movies)may be of even more importantance. Such an auditorium could be built with adjoning conference spaces. W • New Conference Space to replace what we are loosing at the Silvertree. W • Providing additional parking for day skiers will only increase traffic in village. Additional parking should be considered for Rodeo area as a parking garage,with overflow service from the Intercept Lot. W • REc Center is great-now get more things for families to do in TOSV-MOVIE THEATER-;SAT cartoons!l W • Snowmass Village used to have more cultural activities year round in times past. An amphitheater??Maybe..... W • Some of these would be great assets to have in snowmass,but at the same time I think some are unique to Aspen and they should remain only there. It would be nice to have all these things,but I don't think we should be trying to create a mini Aspen. W • we need a real hotel sooner than later W • with the ease of getting to Aspen by bus,A performing arts center and movie theater might be hard to sustain W • You have to have activities and high quality retail-family/locally owned and resturants to attract customers. They come to Snowmass to ski and go to Aspen for the activities. This has not changed in the Twenty years I have lived here. M • Add extra Floors to present conference center M • All available in the Aspen/Snowmass community. No need to duplicate. M • Aspen has all this-Snowmass is getting too big. M • Aspen is so close. Let's be friends and share and then we don not have to have more buildings built and save the earth. Let's make it easier to get back and forth and share the great things about both small towns. M • Base Village needs to be large contributor as they have pushed out local businesses to replace w/large corps. M • Conference center is by far the most important M • Conference center needed now at mall level M • Conference centers should be upgraded M • Gas station k1 -very very important to myself and friends all of our community M • Go green! M • Good restaurants and a movie theater would keep our family in town instead of going to Aspen or down valley M • Green initiatives in Aspen is the height of hypocrisy-second homes and Learjets-spare me M • How do you dare ask about a performing arts center when you denied the chapel its permits M • 1 think a skating rink at the BASE would be a great amenity(not up on the mountain) M • 1 thought an ice rink was part of Base Village M • 1 would support additional facilities that would enhance guest experience M • Ice rink-it's Snowmass. M • If we are a"family resort"we should have more things to do for families! M • I'm not sure what kind of events:sports,music? I'd like to see a music performance hall. M • Intellectual opportunities connected with the Aspen Institute M • Ifs not possible to equal Pitkin Co.Library. Need critical mass for arts center and an angel like Prince Bandar. M • Just don't build the ice rink(or any other public facility)at the top of the gondola as SKILD would have us do. Source:RRC Associates Page 39 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 018(Importance of issues and opportunities)Do you have any specific comments on your response to these questions? M • Keep green initiatives top priority or in 20 years our valleywon't be so beautiful and wild M • Library-most children use computers today. They offer other services and local events,Aspen's probably enough. M • Library is needed with computer classes M • Library would be great,but I'm not sure it would be used. M • Luxury items like performing arts center will be redundant to Aspen facilities M • Marketed as a"family'resort,yet nothing for kids under 21 to do after skiing M • More efficient,consolidated services and functions like skating,library,and performing arts;but need our own movie theater,pharmacy,etc. M • More interested in opportunities for exploring out-of-doors,art classes on the slopes,in the woods for example M • More parking at rodeo lot for skiers M • More parking lots M • Most facilities/services are close by in Aspen-town this small can't support some services financially so why take on such burden M • Movie theater M • Movie theater,ice rink and library would all be valuable to both locals and tourism M • Multipurpose events center,conference center equally important M • Need more restaurants available so you don't always have to go to Aspen M • Need PR and marketing team to support these,kids and teens need more to do in the winter after skiing M • Never should have given away the old conf.ctr. M • Nice movie theater and need library! M • No one in our household ice skates;green initiatives just increase costs M • Parking for skiing should be at the intercept and rodeo lots M • People come here for the outdoors,not to be confined by more concrete buildings! M • Population at present time has never been sufficient to support theater M • Snowmass will continue to be empty after BV is completed if we do not have any cultural events M • Some of these are dependent on numbers of people we have here M • Special event programs need to be top shelf head liners-not numerous cheap'who cares"events M • Special events are noisy,block traffic,and attract wrong crowd M • Special events program needs to better identify who is the target market and"overall"what receipts or ROI are deposited within community M • The business community needs to step up and provide facilities for groups. M • The Snowmass Chapel will become a wonderful performance arts center M • The TOSV needs to encourage the building and operation of more venues to offer activities and performances that will keep residents and visitors in Snowmass rather than go to Aspen. SV needs family attractions,a close by gas stabon'and repair service. M • These should be built and managed by private sector,not government M • They must be affordable to the local,everyday person M • This town is not Disneyland M • Town rec center waste of money M • We are spending huge tax revenue on recreational facilities and kiddy skate board parks. We don't have a single tennis court in the whole town! M • We have too many events as it is! The local are totally dismissed! M • We loved the movies and plays available in the past M • We need a multi-use parking structure in mall area! M • We need conference center!! Not only for conference members but for their suppliers to show their wares. M • We support any activity and/or facility that will encourage families to become repeat visitors and enhance the quality of life for all M • We think family over conference-but we realize we need people to come and spend money M • We're full with new projects and improvements. Let's try to goad the Council into dealing successfully with current projects before launching new initiatives. M • What can Snowmass afford? M • What special events-more concerts? More drinks? M • What's wrong with the conference center now? M • What's wrong with the one we have? M • With Aspen and Basalt available,don't need everything in Snowmass M • Would like town to be more'green," Would love all these perks but do we have a large enough population to sustain them? M • You are a"suburb'of Aspen. You do not have to replicate all services! Source:RRC Associates Page 40 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 020 Are there other trails you would like to see added to our network? W • A bike trail as part of a paved shoulder where'real'bikers could ride safer.Start with Brush Creek and Owl Creek Roads.It can not be done everywhere,but it should be done as possible.;; W • Compared to Ohio,the recreation services are outstanding. W • Connection from lower end of Benidid trail at Lichenhearth to trail along Brush Creek above Tamaracks. W • How about just letting us use the Village express to access the mountain biking trails we used have. Burlingame is not cutting it and ASC has no business charging season pass holders to use an inferior lift system in the summer.That said,Snowmass Village has the best trail network of any town I've lived in. Why is the nature trail off limits to bikers,I've never seen that much traffic on it. W • Is there a trail map for bicycles?When will the skate park be done? W • More trails would be great,but I haven't been off-trail enough to have a specific recommendation.Another easy trail I could take my parents on would be welcome. W • most trails at this point have detours or dead ends. W no W • Please finish and open the bike path from employee housing to the town center. W • Snowmass Village already have an outstanding system of trails and connections. W The Brush Creek Trail above Wood Rd.and below Creekside is too steep to ride for most cyclists,so it could use some improvement.Signage could also be improved, especially guiding access to that trail from the Village,as it is difficult for tourists to find. W • The Mountain Bike trails are a great draw and will help the Village to become a summer destination. We should continue to grow that network of trails and perhaps build a Mountain Bike parke to emphasize our strenlgh as a destination for Mountain Bike vacations,much like Whistler has done. W • The Recreation Center needs a Roman Chair. W • The trails are great,but better maps need to be available. W • Trails need signage improvement and extension into neighborhoods. W • Trails need to be better maintained and labelled. Its also unacceptable that we've gone the whole summer with the Brush Creek trail closed going up to the mall. I have to ride upon the road with my son in the bike trailer and it is extremely scary with all traffic. My wife won't even ride this summer because of it. W • We could always use more trails,especially with the gondola set to start summer usage. We need to continue working on completing the signage program for all the trails in the village. W • We need additional Black diamond trails for the bike riders-a"stunt"trail that could be a downhill addition to the lower rim trail-lots of room to build and has the right slope. W • why wasn't an underpass biuld below the new round-a-bout to contact the bike pass down brush creek,so people and esp kids don't have to cross the road?and why isn't the town and the ski co.working together on more mm bike trails and better lift access to the trails.Next year the gondola will be open,but very few trails over there. W • Would like information as to what trails are maintained and where they are located. Would like to see the designated ski access trails maintained. W • Would like to see signage improved for our trail system and more parking at trailheads. M • 4 foot trails next to roads for"real"bikers who will not use the"trails" M • A bridge or tunnel to connect at our entrance to SMV M • Along Highline Drive M • Art walk M • Better surface on Ditch trail up to"slot"only-too muddy M • Better trail maintenance,get horses off the trails M • Better trail signs M • Blkelwalk lanes along all new roads,and adding these to present roads wherever possible M • Brush Creek detours are hard to follow M • Clean the pebbles off the trails. Keep bikes on TRAILS not roads. M • Connectors to facilities without crossing roads M • Consider more controlled use(horses and mountain bike races have significant/severe impacts) M • Construction closed too many trails M • Continuance of Brush Creek Trail to Highline M • Fix(trail)behind LRSH,can't walk to mall! M • Handicapped access&designed trail M • Hardto judge in midst of current building M • Highline between Brush Creek/Owl Creek,OR speed bumps to encourage slower driving M • Horse trails from Cozy to Rodeo to base village and mall then mountain M • I could care less,it is a boon doggle M • I love the trails! M • Just get the ones impacted by Base Village open,it's a nightmare navigating from the mall to Faraway Rd. M • Keep bike trails M • Keep the trails open-i.e.near base village! and Red School House M • Keep them as they are and no new benches Source:RRC Associates Page 41 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 020 Are there other trails you would like to see added to our network? M • Make the bike use the bike path,get them off Brush Creek M • Mettor Hill Trail to Divide on RIGHT side of Brush Creek Road M • More beginner trails separation of bike/hike trails M • More dog friendly XC trails M • More mountain bike trails-Skico and town portion-better paved trails-underpass Brush Creek by roundabout-new trail M • More mt.bike trails M • More variety,more easiertflatter,accessible for all levels M • Must save the trail(bike/ski)at Meadow Ranch M • Need intermtn M • Need parking at trail heads M • No,but parking near Owl Creeklrom Blake trail areas! M • No,the other priorities are far more important. M • Open parking at Owl Creek! M • Open the existing ones! M • Owl Creek trail below Fox Run Pond M • Parking at Owl Creek for the Tom Blake Trail M • Ped path parallel Highline and all trails need consciencious maint. M • Poor marking trails M • Put back the trail below the Tamaracks! M • Redo the circuit-training trail to be up to date! M • Rim Trail and on mountain trails are excellent,rarely used paved trails. This summer they are terrible. M • Run Two Creeks lift in summer! M • Separate horses&people/bikes M • Some minimal parking at trailheads is desirable M • Something down Wood Road M • Something on the burn M • Sure maybe a trail down to Campground and back up M • The more trails the better! M • There is always room for more mountain bike and hiking trails,but equestrians should have separate trail systems M • Too many disruptions and closures M • Trail system is great,but all this construction has closed too much M • Trails are great but access to some are blocked due to construction M • Village market to rim trail re-added,improvement of market to mall,available trail maps like online similar to ski trail maps M • Walking path accessible on north side on Brush Creek Rd. M • Ways to get around const. M • We need-more free ride/stunts-downhill only trails M • We need parking for trail head access M • We need to add a'free ride'-stunt trail-don't depend on Ski Cc to provide. M • Wish they were open earlier(Government&Rim) M • Yes M • Yes-as many as possible M • Yes,nice additions M • Yes;and make the existing ones better M • You need commuter trails so people don't gel killed walking to work M • You need more trails for bicycles and hiking!! Source:RRC Associates Page 42 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 021 What recreational facilities does Snowmass Village NOT have that you would like to see provided?Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning current W • A park/gardens/picnic are would benice,perhaps one a bit larger than the existing parks. W • A slate of the art skateboard park and full service aeorbics facility. W • A velodrome.;-); W • A well-designed,creative,state-of-the-art putt putt facility. There is no facility of this type in the upper valley. It would be yet another good reason for families to come visit Snowmass Village,whether guests/residents or locals from downvalley. W • ability to cover the lap lanes for better usage in winter W • Add legal'parking on more trail heads. One example:the trail head off Owl Creek road below the maintenance building has boudlers blocking this historic parking area.People have been parking here for decades.The town council needs to do the right thing:open it up now. W • Can't wait for gym and courts to be built.Should put roof on Rodeo grandstands,and make improvements to Rodeo arena. W • Clay tennis courts. W • Climbing gym. W • Gondolaltram connection to Buttermilk and Aspen Mt. Fast,solar heated,a real mode of transportation! W • group fitness room W • Gym is needed-glad it is in progress. W • 1 love tennis and have not figured out how to gain access to the courts W • 1 would love to see basketball courts and an aerobics room-Outdoor programs that meet at the rec center,like a running group,biking group,climbing group-;What about a Masters Swim team? W • Indoor ice rink,events areana W • Kid care area in the Recreation Center and a new Pre School Facility. W • Lap pools,racquet ball courts,professional yoga/pilates/physical therapy studio-with extensive list of classes W • Lave the rec center! I am looking forward to the new playground,soccer field,and vollyball court and skate park. W • massage rooms at the rec center with short term babysitting to accomidale a massage W • More culture,music and dance events....pond skating?? Ice shows?? W • movie theatre,ice skating rink W • MOVIES INDOORS W • Plans underway are GREAT! W • Real bathrooms at the park. W • Soccer fields W • The pool didn'tget a 5 because I was a little disappointed in the slide. Either build areal slide or don't bother. It is great for the 5-7 year old set but that seems to be a narrow age group. A little picky I know but you asked. W • We cannot afford a pass at the Rec center. It is too expensive forthe limited amount of time we use it. W • Why do Snowmass property owners have to pay to use Snowmass recreational facilities? M • 4 pickle ball courts at rec center in place of 1 tennis court,have racquets and balls available to check out M • A'meter"swim pool-6 lanes for a swim team-compete with Aspen,GJ and other towns. Something for the future. M • A facility for children of all ages-basketball courts,indoor/outdoor pool and other activities M • A gym M • A heated outdoor swimming area(rec center needs to leave open next winter and let people know they exist!) Ice rink,indoor or outdoor. M • A softball league and squash courts and tennis courts that don't cost$40 an hour M Access to driving ranges/golf courses M Adult softball M • Affordable access to the golf and more classes at rec. M • Affordable golf M • All Snowmass property owners should have free usage M • Alpine slide M • Alpine slide for summer if possible via Burlingame lift M • Alternative winter activities:snowshoeing,ice skating,ice hockey M • Anxious for rest of facilities to be built(skate park,tennis courts,etc.) M • Arts and crafts classes for kids M • Basketball court M • Basketball courts M • Better fitness rooms M • Better parking for trails M • Big baseball/multi field/skate park(similar to GJ) M • Big kids'park,skate park M • Bigger rodeo parking lot to access skiing M • Bigger soccer field and 9-hole"easy"golf course M • Bike paths should be swept more often,pavement extended to road pavement at entry of Brush Creek path Source:RRC Associates Page 43 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 021 What recreational facilities does Snowmass Village NOT have that you would like to see provided?Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning current M • Climbing wall M • Climbing wall,gym-for basketball,volleyball M • Climbing wall,locals discount for kids and young adults so they are motivated to use(facilities/programs)instead of getting into trouble M • Climbing wall,lower rim trail,add'free ride,""stunt'trail parallel M • Climbing wall,skateboard park,dog park M • Day care at the rec center M • Do we still have the volleyball court? A bigger and better indoor pool that doesn't cost more than$3 to use. After all,you can use any hotel pool for free. M • Executive par 3 public course M • Exercise equipment M • Fenced dog park-possibly near the rodeo grounds M • Finish new park at entry M • Fishing/ice skating pond M • Fitness classes at times for working people,before 8 and after 5 M • Free tennis courts/basketball M • Full size gym,child care or children's area,ice rink M • Gel some more free weight equipment ease off all the machines(sic) M • Golf school in co-op with Sn Club. Fly fishing school. Performing arts school and program. M • Gondola mountain access,trails from its top M • Group fitness room M • I wish there were community pools closer to the housing,like the one that used to be in the village shopping area M • Ice area. Fields destroyed by geese! M • Ice rink M • Ice rink M • Ice rink M • Ice rink for all M • Ice rink,movie theater M • Ice rink,riding academy,outdoor bandshell M • Ice skating M • Indoor basketball court,skate park-I know they are planned M • Indoor basketball courts,aerobics/yoga rooms,more classes M • Indoor or outdoor basketball courts M • Indoor tennis M • Indoor tennis-Steamboat Springs and Park City have these M • Indoor tennis and squash courts M • It would be great to get a hockey rink M • Keep parcours,would have loved a steam room at rec center M • Kids indoor rec,gymnastics,winter room to run M • Less expensive daily/weekly for short term guests M • Locals'access to Snowmass Club course M • Look forward to addition of volleyball/basketball courts and skateboard park M • Looking forward to classes in Pilates and yoga in new gym building M • Maintenance of existing facilities-parks M • Make S.V.a national leader in local cycling support/transportation with more trails and connections for all ability levels M • Mini goff, 12 lanes bowling M • More for creative arts M • More indoor rec facilities for winter-climbing wall,racket ball/basketball,indoor lap pool M • More open space:basketball court M • More parenUtoddler-kid classes in summer M • More pools with easier access,better evening programming for children and teens -bowling,ping pong,campfires M • More small,intimate parks M • More summer activity-minigolf,tennis courts,etc. M • More tennis courts-indoor and outdoor! SMC is too expensive M • Movie theater M • Movie theater M • Movie theater,live concert venue,casino,ice rink,more winter sport Olympic grade venues/activities M • Movie theaters M • Movie theatre Source:RRC Associates Page 44 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 021 What recreational facilities does Snowmass Village NOT have that you would like to see provided?Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning current M • Movies M • Movies,library M • Multipurpose gym,aerobics room,massage rooms M • Multipurpose room at rec centers for yoga classes M • Multi-purpose rooms for community/classes/meetings at Rec Center M • Municipal golf course-non-member and affordable M • National or State Parks M • Need a steam room at the rec center! M • Need indoor pool also like the ARC,climbing wall,ice rink,etc. M • Nice park area-coming with park plan M • No more M • Outdoor arts facility for plays,ballet,etc. LIBRARY! M • Physical therapy M • Picnic area with tables M • Pool should be open all day during winter M • Racquetball courts,steam room or sauna,longer hours on weekends! M • Rec center fitness area needs window coverings to block sun in the morning. Restrict hot air balloon to ONE launch at a time in the mornings. Sometimes almost impossible to enter lot and access fitness center. M • Rec center with an actual pool M • Rec Center:some equipment is of dubious quality;employees are not familiar with it;the director is rarely on-site;front desk staff apathetic;locker room/showers not well maintained M • Sand volleyball court M • Shared playground area,kids club(child care)at rec center,ice rink M • Should be directed more to tourists than to residents M • Should have FREE gondola and more lifts to higher parts of mountain in summer M • Six-lane 25 yd/m lap pool and diving area M • Skateboard park M • Skateboard parks built friendly to freestyle bikes M • Skating rink,skateboard park M • Soccer field and basketball courts need to be restored M • Soft tennis courts M • Softball league? M • Spa M • Stair master M • Summer on mountain slide,ice rink M • Swim team,tennis courts,workout studios for classes M • Take it slow. Way too much construction at present. M • Tennis and racquetball M • Tennis courts M • Tennis courts other than Snowmass Club M • The new rec center is wonderful. Hoping tennis courts will soon be added and aplace for fitness classes. M • The weight room-more free weights;needs a"man's touch' M • There are no real recreation programs M • Things like"Tube Town,"water slides etc.-stuff for families other than just skiing M • Toboggan run and bigger skate park M • Too expensive(fitness facilities)for a non-resident M • Too much already! More employee housing M • Trails in lieu of sidewalks in neighborhoods M • Trainers familiar with machines M • Walk-on camps or programs for short time visitors and/or their children M • Water aerobics,gym for aerobics M • Water park,movie theater M • Water slide on Fanny Hill in the summer,lounge chairs by the pool M • We need bike skill parks,ladders,stunts,jumps M • Where is our softball league? M • Why is the Town involved in this? M • Wider roads to include bikers Source:RRC Associates Page45 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 021 What recreational facilities does Snowmass Village NOT have that you would like to see provided?Do you have any comments or suggestions concerning current M • Wish it was a covered pool M • Would love a GOOD climbing gym-not just for kids M • Yoga space M You get to people to each of the 4 mts in winter by vehicular and/or skiing access ASAP Source:RRC Associates Page 46 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 022 Are there specific activities or features you would like to see at the Rodeo Grounds? W • A well designed visitor's center and museum describing and illustrating the history of Snowmass Village would be a great addition. Perhaps it could be paid for by private donations or the lodging tax. W • comment on rodeo:too expensive W • community input before the plan is brought to the public;the pool was planned and no public input was accepted after the plan was unvailed even though there were meetings W • Covered,more comfortable seating would be nice. Real bathrooms. W • it might be nice to have it so that you can bring kids there to see the horses or other animals. sort of like a mini petting zoo. W • Keep Rodeo W • Keep rodeo. W • live concerts-ice skating W • More alternative uses for Rodeo area. W • More parking. W • Parking/local events W • Perhaps make the grounds multi-purpose. We have been to the rodeo at least 15 times in the past 5 years. W • Pony rides for little kids. Re-enactment of old western shootouusaloon/dance hall. W • Rodeo this week was wonderful, we have never been here in the summer before. W • The changes with the Rodeo implemented by Chris Kelly over the past few years have greatly improved the Rodeo. W • Turn them into addtl park space and recreational facilities W • Yeah,anything but a rodeo. M • Anything but an animal torture center M • Better and more varied food-there are many vegetarians or vegans-please serve something other than junk food! M • Better food,more covered areas,cover the stands M • BMX,Motocross races M • Bull riding M • Concerts,demonstrations M • Concerts? M • Continue the rodeo M • Country singers M • Eliminate the rodeo M • Eliminate the rodeo-this is an embarrassment to an enlightened community that views animals as important'community'members M • Enclosed arena or covered bleachers,restrooms M • English riding academy and 4H club,bring back summer ballet school M • Every kid that participates in chasing the calves should gel a prize(nothing big,just something-Rodeo sticker or badge) M • Fiddler's contest with craft fair was fun M • Gardens,picnic facilities M • Get rid of it-use the space for something more in tune with guests'interests M • Get rid of it and put in a commercial center. It attracts too many Texans,Missourians and other white trash. M • Get rid of rodeo and build more park amenities-fishing pond,outdoor,run/work out circuit. M • Good multiuse stadium M • I go when I have guests. Don't like the small children In danger riding the animals. M • Improve appearance M • Its a good amenity,but one we'd gone didn't feel like going again M • It's a great program for guests-for me,"you've seen one local rodeo,you've seen them all'-how about a local's discount? M • It's getting expensive M • Keep it going,it's a large part of Western heritage M • Keep that"old time flavor." Don't jazz it up with a lot of modern day crap just to occupy kids'time. M • Keep the rodeo M • Keep the rodeo. A great source of recreation that is NOT available in Aspen. M • Keep the tradition alive,market better to increase use as an ice rink in winter M • Land to valuable for 10 day's use(sic) M • Landscaping and some western type buildings for vendors to use M • Leave the animals alone,rodeos seem cruel M • Let the bulls win M • Like it the way it is. Very low key and animal friendly M • Like to see it gone or better used M • Maybe a locals'rate? M • Meal before hand is a nice amenity(as)is Twerp Anderson's music Source:RRC Associates Page 47 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q22 Are there specific activities or features you would like to see at the Rodeo Grounds? M • More diverse activities M • More of a cirque de soleil event. Stop abusing animals. M • More old fashion(sic)gear,side saddle at Grand Entry,more trick horses,trick roping(i.e.Gene Autry) M • More parking M • More!Great event,unique to Snowmass,big plus M • Multi event center is better use of land M • Nature center-embrace elk migration education M • New mikes-can't hear announcers M • Nicer bathrooms M • Positive experience M • Put a roof over the audience benches at least M • Put more employee housing there and get rid of rodeo M • Really like that we have this and do NOT want to see it go M • Riding school M • Rodeo is a waste of space! M • Rodeo should continue as a well-attended,unique feature. (Originally-planed gas station would have been good here at"entrance.') M • Slaughtering M • Something more than the rodeo 8 nights a year a tad ridiculous to keep the grounds just for 8 nights a year of a pathetic excuse for a rodeo(sic) M • Speaker system that works! M • Start earlier? M • Tar rodeo should be moved to bottom of Brush Creek Rd.and financed by Aspen-Basalt-SV M • The rodeo should stay. It is a wonderful summer amenity for families. M • The rodeo uses too much land for 10-11 nights M • This year,very disappointed-11 bronc rider,silly trick horse gig. Not good. M • Too expensive to do very often-great for visitors M • Town need's(sic)to get maximum$on rodeo lot rent! M • Unique features of Snowmass-keep as is M • We like the rodeo and so do our friends and grandchildren. It is rustic and that is what rodeo is about! M • While I don't yet know what is available,I'd like to be able to bring my horses back forthe summer and have a place to board them Source:RRC Associates Page 48 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q23(Multiple use)Any comments on your response? W • Whatever gets developed,it needs to continue to serve the community,and not just special interest groups fie.convention space for hire.) Also,should keep a'western Colorado'historic theme,and not become another generic Harry Teague'monument',a la Aspen. W • Add structured parking under the rodeo. W • Between the baseball field,the golf course and the rodeo this area has become,by default almost,the town's recreational center for outdoor activities. Therefore the more that can be centralized in this area for resident and visitor use,the better. W • Cannot answer question above,because the area has already been planned and under construction for residential and recreational uses. I believe the Town has already missed it's opportunity to place a multi-use facility at this location. If designed tastefully,it might work,but believe such a facility might be out of place in that location. A multi-use facility might be better suited forthe Town Care area,as most public auditoriums are located in downtown areas in other cities or towns. W • get rid of the rodeo W • I am not aware of whether there are horse shows in the area,but it would seem like a natural use. Also there are dogs everywhere all the time. Are there everany dog shows W • I do not like the concept of the rodeo and think our villge could do much better with the space. W • Keep Rodeo-that is hertitage of SNOWMASS before skiing. W • Prefer no increase in facility development and a restoration of the natural environment especially the riparian habitat.Surely,we do not need the "potential"visitor center in addition to the Transit Center'Welcoming"capacity. W • Put the gas station there,PLEASE!!!! W • Reduce the rodeo and use the space for multipurpose events! W • Rodeo:think of it as a living museum. W • See above comment. W • Seems like a lot of usable space at the rodeo,but planning that space is crutial to successful usefulness. W ' that land should'nt be saved for rodeo only operations,i wouldn't miss the rodeo at all if it was gone W • The previous question is leading. W • Transfer rodeo practices to ranch lands elsewhere in the valley M • 9-hole golf course for locals M • Are we going to have green space ONLY on mt.? M • As long as this doesn't include another horrifically huge building-construction destruction act. M • Be efficient in land use and make it a multipurpose arena. Use it more than once a week. M • Dance and social programs bring people together. Gourmet club? M • Do NOT move gas station,separate visitors center(use Bus Depot)to open space M • Do we have to develop everything?Open space is important to the overall impression of Snowmass. M • Don't know how much rodeo adds to summer visitation. Multipurpose events could be year round to make better use of the facility. M • Enough facilities and services-we don't wish to become Disney World M • Get rid of rodeo M • Ice area,park M • I'd like to see it have a variety of uses if it can be done without adding more buildings. M • If developed the rodeo should maintain its current character M • If rodeo is keep(sic)intact,multipurpose bldg.is okay,but rodeo first. M • It's a shame it sits empty during spring,fall and winter M • Its unique and valuable as is M • Keep rodeo at all costs! M • Keep that"old time flavor." Don't jazz it up with a lot of modern day crap just to occupy kids'time. M • Let's not put 5 pounds in a 3-pound bag M • Love the rodeo,creates local atmosphere,family activity M • More free market condos M • More uses instead of land empty most night M • Much more parking for public(day skiers),village/merchant employees,and others will be critical at the rodeo grounds to ensure reasonable traffic and resident parking access in lots 1-13. You have to cut day visitors off at the entrance/rodeo. The Base Village garage will be very inadequate,and lots 1-13 and center parking should belremain available to town residents. M • No more M • No more rodeo land to valuable as town council has indicated(sic) M • Only if you don not have to build another building M • Open space-plant trees-land is precious M • Performing arts or ice arena M • Please don't turn our sweet town into a city-we have to stop the developing M • Please give rodeo a rest! M • Please keep the rodeo as is. No more buildings,please. M • Put employee housing there instead of above Little Red School House Source:RRC Associates Page 49 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q23(Multiple use)Any comments on your response? M • Remove rodeo from mix M • Rodeo forever!!! M • Rodeo important but like new plans M • Rodeo is a rare Snowmass-unique activity,keep it! M • Rodeo is a waste of money,promotes cruelty to animals,poor example to childrfen M • Rodeo must stay! M • Rodeo not necessary any more M • Rodeo,while not my cup of tea,is a good(illegible)attraction M • Rodeos are obsolete even here in the West M • So much land set aside just for once weekly rodeo M • Stop now developing M • The rodeo adds a'quaintness' M • The rodeo area(once construction is done)is largely responsible forthe charm and character of SV M • The rodeo don't bring any money to town(sic) M • The rodeo is a drain on our space as well as our finances M • The rodeo is an unusual feature and should be maintained M • The rodeo is for the tourists,any additional uses should be geared toward the locals with availability open to tourists M • The rodeo is only open one night a week for 12-15 weeks,seems like a waste of valuable real estate most of the year M The rodeos a nice western offering,but it would not be good to close it-maybe give it an arena feel with coverage but no sides? Then use it for other stuff. M • This area should be used for more affordable housing with some open space. Forget the rodeo. M This should be judged by attendance statistics M Too many structures there already;it's not an attractive welcome M • Use as multipurpose,NOT to develop some place else in SMV M • Using rodeo grounds for other purposes would attract more people throughout the week M • We are honored to have this true Western tradition and its a huge draw to visitors. Keep some of our true past! M • We do not need a 10,000 sq.fl.skate park-the land could be used for something more people would use M We would love to know the economics of the rodeo for the village M When you come into Snowmass it is wide openness-"beautiful"do not wreck it by developing this,rodeo is great-Snowmass needs this M You don't have to rip everything apart! Source:RRC Associates Page 50 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 025 How do you currently access government information?(OTHER) W • TV W • e-mail information W • email newsletter W • entails from town W • Government TV W • government TV W • GRANICUS WEBSTREAMING thanks to Kathleen W • outbound e-mail communications W • Snowmass Rotary W spouse W Town Staff M Condo manager M Council meetings on local TV channel. Let's enjoy the"natural splendor'a little more naturally without all the theme park,carnival-like entertainment. Realize how many people it takes before you can't enjoy the'natural splendor anymore. Realize when enough is enough-stop letting greedy corporation ruin this valley-never mind...it's too late. M • Homeowners Assoc,2nd home owner board M • televised meetings M • TV M Source:RRC Associates Page 51 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 027 What additional information would you like to see provided from the Town and by what means? W • Website seems like ayes man"to developers,obviously jaded W • Web stream Planning Commission mtgs and other key meetings of FAB,Mrktg Com and Second Homeowners Advisory Brd. W • The web site is terrible. You can't find much of anything on it. There absolutely no information on any committees. The housing office needs to keep more documents on the site like the county housing site. W • Take out a section in the Snowmass paper to dearly explain where things are and what the timelies are,again use the example of the conference center. No one knows when new conference facilities will be built or where. This is unacceptable if we are going to continue to have a group sales office. Ifthey don't have space to sell what are they doing? W • Special events calendarlNewsletter..... seasonal.Email. W • Sometimes there seems to be too much information issued,which makes it somewhat confusing as to what information is more important than others. Perhaps the information ought to be rated as to importance or relevance. Also,the Town should not assist with conducting PR work for developers(e.g.,their neigborhood or meeting get togethers). Applicant should be conducting their own PR work. W • Minutes from previous meeting take way too long to be available on line.;Viewing meetings by Granicus is fantastic! W • I only just found about the large amount of info available on the web. Wish I'd known. W • Fewer(behind closed door)council meetings. W • DOOR TO DOOR HANDOUTS; W • Complaint hotline for residents W • Better events schedule.Nine hole easier golf course near Horse Ranch,etc.The current golf course does not welcome locals like the locals were welcomed in the old days.There could be off season rates and easier availability until the 9 new hole are built...as promised some time ago.Look it up. W • as much housing info as possible W • Aolot of events are not always very detailed. Its like they assume everyone already knows.times Locations,costs,etc. W • Accessing forms on the website needs to be easier;finding the sales tax rebate forms was a matter of trial and error last year. M • Better info on future of essential retail services,such as grocery store,pharmacy,gas station,laundry,etc. M • Better parking ahead for guest to town and road closures M • Can we help$tor vote on issues online if not in town M • Clear,concise literature-like the recently published constructionlentry material M • Communicate with local residents(ex.monthly update addresses)-not just developers-Council spends too much time on development schemes not enough on more important issues like being honest and straightforward about construction impacts. M • Council only communicates what it wants us to know.More consideration of community wishes and less pandering to real estate and commercial group.s M • Email newsletter M • Great efforts and progress here M • Honesty M • Hot links to businesses with licenses M • I have read"War and Peace"once M • I try to keep informed by getting the paper on-line,but I often feel as though I'm uninformed M • I'd like to see more responsiveness to citizens-we feel disenfranchised! M • I'm not full time and read paper only when here. It has been negative against 2nd home owners. I stopped subscribing. M • I've signed up on Internet to be informed of'Second Homeowners Meeting"but never gotten any response or notices. Better communications,efforts,and relationship with second homeowners. M • Kathleen is good addition! M • Last minute changes create inaccuracy in published materials M • More bulletins on paper and website M • More current web site and more timely updates M • More detail on base village construction M • More info on Board activity. Internet access to all meeting minutes,agendas. M • More openness relating to meetings with developers. M • More timely delivery of Sun to non-residents as this is major info input M • Newsletter in PO Box monthly M • P&Z has,in the past,its own agenda M • Property management,more communications with merchants M • Road construction info,current trash info M • Snowmass Sun-weekly half or full page dedicated to Town info M • State of community on a quarterly report in newspaper M • The newspaper is pretty good. M • Town Council make decisions on permanent resident opinion M • Town newsletter to 2nd homeowners M • Truth is a problem! M • Try direct mail Source:RRC Associates Page 52 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q27 What additional information would you like to see provided from the Town and by what means? M • Twice a year town wide meeting/social M • Website and newspaper M • Website is getting better. Less screens to get info is desirable. M • What is really happening clearly behind closed doors M • Would appreciate blast emails on meeting notes Source:RRC Associates Page 53 0187 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q30 Do you have any comments on what you would change in the statement? W • "distinctive choices"????we offer the same stuff-multiple concerts to get drunk at-it seems every resort in Colorado does a weekly concert-we need day time events alpine slide,better lift access to the mountain-better trail maintenance(1 person can't do it)-how about improving the fishing pond at the rodeo and holding fly fishing classes. W • Add"physically attractive." W • ALL mountain resorts aspire to be the same intity as this'aspiration"statement suggests.Where is the"uniqueness"? W • Aspiration doesn't get you anywhere. W • Change"aspire"to"perspire.' W • Concerning the former question,the current Camp Plan was conducted in 1999 and approved in 2000. The Aspiration statements appears to assist developers with making their'pitch'more so than assisting the Town in meeting its goals per the Comp Plan. The Aspiration statement is not included in the Comp Plan,which makes it difficult to enforce as a guideline. Also,what does the term"marketing"have to do with good land use planning? Marketing should not dictate or overly influence land use planning. Marketing generally preaches,'critical mass'or in other words,'the more the befter.' Also,how does the Town define the term"successful?' Is'success' the creation of a high-density,urban-like downtown area for this small mountain resort community? W • does not mention skiing... W • Due to season and location Snowmass wil always be a seasonal resort,little summer,lots Winter dead in between W • I know of the Comprehensive Plan but am not familer with the details of it to say if the statement ties to it adequetly W • I think the Aspiration Statement if fine. W • I would make it shorter and not as seemingly redundant. W • It is like motherhood and apple pie,but it does not include the words'fiscally sound". W • multi-season is not realistic,as we have important shoulder seasons for construction,vacations,where we don't really function as a resort. W • No changes. Ironically,before I realized this survey would present a statement,I listed what I would write,and your statement captured all of it and more. We're thinking strangely alike... W • Not enforceable or followed during the entire BV approval process. Start all over! W • only as good as the people behind it. Residents quality of like is and will continue to deminish with the out of control construction. W • Should say"we aspire to give any developer more than they ask for and receive nothing in return". W • simply a self gratification statement. W • Singles are largely overlooked in the'family'equation. No vitality for evening entertainment/activities. W • Snowiness Village needs to look ahead in the future not look as the step-child of Aspen. W • Standards are worthless without onus! W • The statement is important because it promotes a balance between tourist functions and interests of local residents. W • The town pays no attention to the benefits of long time locals and their needs as a community. Snowiness is no longer a community based Village. W • This is not my bag,but I think something a little less wordy and broader reaching would be better. 'Family Oriented"is not in my opinion the way I would characterize us. Perhaps offer something like we are"Family Friendly'with a nod to conferences and adventure seekers might give/attract bring a larger pool to draw from,just a thought...BW W • Unless there is convenient parking to access commercial facilities,there will be no sense of'sustainable resort community'because no one will go there. W • valuable if followed W • We no longer feel like"responsible stewards of our environment"since we're tearing up the landscape. Our quality of life has suffered enormously. Maybe we should rethink our mission to include our sense of community. W • WHEN successful?;WHo determines when-why not now9 W • You have a good well thought out statement M • Little buy in for those who work but do not live here.Too wordy a statement created by stakeholders to satisfy everyone(community and resort interests)to give direction and purpose.A resort does not need all this,so what do residents and employees want? M • "....a sustainable resort AND FAMILY community." M • "Economic vitality'changed to"self-sustained vitality." "Sustainable"changed to"balanced.' M • "Successful'by what measure? Successful at providing healthy family entertainment? Successful at increasing an investors bottom line? M • 'Unique and natural splendor"hardly exists after base village M • 'Value"is a difficult point of evaluation. It is a good set of objectives. It's not what you say,but what you do. M • Abide by the'welcoming"'responsible stewards'"quality of life"passages over the'leading"'successful"phrases M • Actions speak louder than words M • Add"safe'and Neighborhood Watch programs M • Add"skiing' M • Add language concerning crime prevention,drug use,and attempts to become a green community M • Add opportunities for service to fellow residents,visitors,wildlife M • Add to end:....and our residents,homeowners and visitors will regularly rate their experience with us as highly satisfactory. M • Add:four-star M • Also we aspire to be the"greenest"town M • Although the"resort'part is the economic engine,make sure you don't lose the'community"aspect. Perhaps reinforce that more. M • Always keep it in mind and remember the religious experience provided by the chapel is a very important item Source:RRC Associates Page 54 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 030 Do you have any comments on what you would change in the statement? M • An increase in economic vitality may decrease our quality of life and harm the mountain,thereby crushing the sustainability of our community M • Anderson Art Ranch is a major asset but no mention M • Aspen/Snowmass-we're talking Snowmass Village here-do we always have to ID ourselves with some Aspen? M • At this time I question that our town employees are capable to manage the growth and expansion of this community M • Base Village has taken away all the natural splendor and quality of life M • Be more specific. M • Be more straightforward and not so high and lofty M • Be the leading resort....within this valley or the state? M • Better roads and better parking facilities on the mtn. M • Blah,blah,blah M • But we don't control our future M • Change"unique,natural splendor."These qualities are being replaced by generic cloning of what a handful of people believe a ski resort should be. TOSV is losing its unique stature. M • Continue to work with Aspen Skiing Corp. The overall Snowmass experience is the responsibility of TOSV(50%)and Ski Corp(50%) M • CONVENIENT? How to make this happen? Ask families who have tried to get here by plane in the winter. M • Costs are prohibited for a family of 5 and therefore"family oriented'is untrue. M • Developers are negatively impacting ourquality of life M • Do not feel they are for community-only making$now. How can they say"successful"with all the errors right now. Impace on environment,widlife,NO concerns it seems. M • Does it really affect anything? M • Doesn't really address full time residents except forthe word community M • Drop"convenient' M • Feel strongly that Snowmass needs to be marketed with Aspen re:skiing,family and adult activities M • Get rid of it M • Get rid of statement M • Get rid of statement! M • Go for it! M • Good thought went into writing this-especially like the words"steward"and"sustainable' M • Good words but not enough follow through,more lifts should be open in summer,more nature activities and prices should be family friendly not billionaire friendly M • Harness the energy,skills and goodwill of employee residets and full and part time residents to encourage a congenial and mutually supportive living experience M • Hits the pointes well but such statements are always so trite. M • How do you do that with ownership monopoly?!The SkiCo packed the ballot box through unethical election practices to get Base Village through. This sort of manipulating of the vote threw off local aspirations-we're screwed-and now they sold it off-time to move... M • How much of that statement incorporates the ASC? They can't be held to their word. M • I don't think we should be competing with Aspen. We are 1 destination and should complement each other. Getting here is a major problem. Getting between areas is just as major. Those are the biggest problems in my view. M • I hope it stays uncrowded! M • I rated this a 5,but only if it trickles down to retaillhotellsewice providers. Better yet would be if they were the ones who wrote this! M • I wish the SUSTAINABLE part was first. Can leave off"leading multi-season..." Sustainable does not have to exist through unlimited growth! M • I would again stress the outrageous ski ticket prices. M • I would change nothing.I would further say we have achieved all these goals,and we should stop growth and stop worrying. All we need is snow. M • I wouldn't want SV to become another Aspen. It would be better to retain its uniqueness away from the'glitz." M • If it is used! Notjust on the wall,the elected Town Council should take it to heart not just give it lip service. M • If we are a community 1st,the resort will come,as long as we drive locals out,there will never be enough to give community spirit. M • In order for a successful"family-oriented"community,family housing and childcare are a must M • Inadequate consideration of residents M • Indicates we're not successful yet!Impossible without a first class welcome center at entrance M • Is a score of zero possible? I would eliminate it. M • Is this just words or a true aspiration? M • It just seems that too often SV is considered the stepchild or appendage of Aspen-we don't emphasize the ways in which we are actually better(though I understand practicalities and benefits of advertising with Aspen and wanting to be part of and related to Aspen) M • It is a valuable statement but NOT practiced by the most recent Town Councils! M • It is all sales and marketing to make$not take care of the people or the beauty of the earth this"resort'is being built on. M • It is not convenient to travel up Brush Creek-due to all the cars etc.-due to added homes and condos,more people less quality of frfa-more everything=less is more M • It needs to be followed completely.We are not being stewards of the environment by allowing monster homes. M • It needs to be re-written by a professional writer;as it is simple-minded and simplistic. It sounds like it was written by an elementary school student. Source:RRC Associates Page 55 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 030 Do you have any comments on what you would change in the statement? M • It often seems that members and leaders in the community oppose the resort/aspect role. They seek to penalize the resort operator as some big evil corporation that desires to use the local community for its own purposes. This is so far from reality that I'm embarrassed at the closed minded stupidity of a few vocal community members. M • It seems somewhat skewed towards the visitor. Perhaps a comment on making this a community one where we want to live forever.(sic) M • It sounds a little forces and over-the-top. M • It sounds great in theory,now it needs to be put to use,like any mission statement! M • It sounds like Ski Company wrote it. We are about family,community,sustainable economy not a vehicle for ski company profits-or are we? M • It would be nice to see it carried out in my lifetime. To date that lifetime is 20 years,so how much longer? M • It would be valuable if I believed it. There seems to be division and lack of dialogue between the new empire and the locals who moved here because of quality of life and location. M • Its a nice thought is all it is M • It's a ridiculous waste of words-if the One Man Who Owns SV doesn't agree to it,it will disappear,just like Intrawest and Skico and the Crowns! M • It's good to have a statement. That said-I think it's believed that..."Premier"multi-season.....is what Snowmass REALLY wants and we are ultimately pricing mid- class family folks right out of here! They're all going to Deer Valley and Montana now-it's affordable there!! M • It's too long,typically these statements should be short and to the point M • Let us seek to be the largest,most varied,and as close to perfect SKI experience attainable M • Let's do it:-) M • Let's get reasonable about growth! M • Local flavor and character-not just tourism M • Lost the sense of community and it's all about real estate development M • Make it shorter and visually easier to access the important points M • More emphasis on'community'and less emphasis on"resort." M • More emphasis on securing more open space and maintaining the rural town character-in other words,less emphasis on economy and more on environment M • More specific-these generalities are of no value M • Need actions to support the statement M • No mention of arts and culture M • Not being followed by town council M • Not enough multi-cultural activities M • OK but not overdo expansion. Keep local beauty and charm. M • OK,but get to the point M • Omit Aspen M • Please make developers pay their way and"tow the line.' Stand up to them to get what wewant,not what they want M • Politicians pick what they agree with and disregard the rest M • Practice what you preach-Base Village is huge-how is that being'responsible stewards of our environment?" M • Quality of life for those who live here M • Quality of life for whom? Economic vitality for whom? M • Reduce emphasis of Town's involvement in marketing and delivery choices for funds,etc. E.g.do the free concerts really draw out-0f-town-tourists? M • Reduce it. Too wordy. Hard to focus on meaning with so many words. M • Seems wholly-directed at satisfying tourists. Even Iasi sentence implies quality of life and economic vitality as a resort,i.e.as a destination. Need to at least recognize and ensure aspects that will ensure a successful and viable and happy'home town.' M • Sentences 2A don't belong in statement M • Should be entered into the code M • Should be just the first sentence. The rest is redundant and now hypocritical. M • Since it is clear that"resort"is more important than'community,"it is fine M • Snowmass is not a leader M • Snowmass is where rich families lake their spoiled children to experience things they won't appreciate. We need small business owners and local support. Our"perfect resort town"is a hungry monster. M • Snowmass still has a long way to go when it comes to summer activities and drawing crowds. 2 bike races/season is not enough. M • Snowmass wants to be a resort!! All the change going on now tell me that the community is not important to you all. M • Sounds good sales pitch,but no buy in from developers or Skico M • Sounds like a self gratification newsletter. Be more precise. Less words,more meaning! Come,live,have fun!! M • Sounds like B.S. Town did not follow through with it at all-money was the game-even for town-tax and spend-more more more. M • Statement is great,but does not reflect what Council does M • Statement is/was ignored in Base development. What is unique or distinctive about it versus competition? such as Vail,Steamboat,Park City,Sun Valley? M • Stick to it;remember that we have become a community,not only a playground for wealthy from which to profit M • Strike the last sentence as quality of life is going downhill. It's anybody's guess as far as the economic future of existing small businesses. M • Take out the Aspen/Snowmass part of experience just put Snowmass if you want Aspen go to that hell hole and stay there(sic) Source:RRC Associates Page 56 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 030 Do you have any comments on what you would change in the statement? M • The environment should carry weight as the economy-I do not believe it does M • The focus needs to be on SNOWMASS not Aspen!! M • The grim reality is that without Flat,gridded neighborhoods SV will face major challenges and will never be as hip or interesting as Aspen. Allow it to be Sleepin 8 quarter. M • The Mayor and Town Council have not supported the viability of small/family local owned businesses. Sold out to corporate greedy America. M • The quality of life is hardly enforced by Base Village and proved the economic vitality to developers only! M • The statement is merely that-a statement. To be of value it must be rigorously pursued. Most recnet steps are a violation ofthe statement. M • The statement is oriented toward a town with a basically commercial purpose M • The statement is pure B.S. We have sold out to big money interests and the small town sensitive to environment is a thing of the past. M • The statement is wonderful;too bad council only considers the DEVELOPER's interpretation of it M • The value of the statement is only as good as how the Council incorporates it in decisions M • There is no community. The construction has created a nightmare. The restaurants are empty or closed. There is no mall! M • They aren't living up to it M • They forgot motherhood,apple pie and Chevrolet M • This is a summer/winter resort-how many more seasons do we need? M • This statement is largely meaningless. Who is it written for? Who can realize these aspirations? Will resort split up families(1)to provide fun(2)for EACH family member? M • To(sic)much"fluff",needs to speak to Snowmass Village becoming a town. Develop a sense of place that people want to belong to,a place where the residents are dedicated as"one"moving forward. Snowmass is not a destination! It's a town,a home! M • To aspire to be the leading..... is overreaching. We will never and need not outdo Aspen. Aspirations must be high, but achievable. Last sentence is redundant. Statement is too Iona. M • Too anemic! M • Too complex a statement for most people to grasp. How do you intend to ensure its success? M • Too long M • Too long-condense and make it more realistic. One sentence is all that's necessary. M • Too long,not well-written but maybe in bullet form would be more effective M • Too long. If you wish to have a mission/aspiration statement,citizens must know what it says and be able to articulate it. M • Too many non-stakeholders involved in tourist services to believe in this statement M • Too much bluster. Less than honest. What about employees. M • Too much emphasis on being leaders,multi-season instead of unique characters and culture which is an important attraction. Anderson Ranch as example of something cultural to emphasize M • Too wordy M • Too wordy! Basically,it simply says you want to be another Aspen or Vail. If I'd wanted that,I would have chosen those areas! I like quiet,small,intimate,space,etc. What happened to our Snowmass Village? M • Too wordy,should be one sentence that says it all! M • Town Council does nothing to promote the above statement. If land does not yield a profit to some commercial group,then they veto it-example no movie or arts center. M • Town is not living up to its aspirations. It is ruining natural splendor and is not a good steward of the land. M • Try a different writer M • Unique? Base City will turn our town into'McVillage." Welcoming-yes!-but this has been achieved by the workforce,not the town council. Stewards of the environment? Can anyone tell me the carbon footprint of Base City? M • Valued highly,but I have felt these are mere words and not being followed M • Very long-winded-better if shorter M • We are not taking very good care of the environment and how can we be together when many people don't like the direction our town is taking M • We could achieve this statement/philosophy if so many town folk weren't against the ski company. Without them,we can't survive. M • We have lost much of our"natural splendor."We are now seen as greedy and stewards of the developer dollar. M • We must do everything in our power to affirm this statement M • We need to be a community 1st-the rest will come from that. M • We need to concentrate on providing a service and product throughout the village that will make the visitor want to return. Are were there? Not yet! M • We should strive to be a community that provides resort services in a distinctive way based on our unique location and environment.We should set a national example regarding environmental stewardship. Quality,not quantity. M • We will not over build our Village!!! M • Well thought out and presented M • We're here to sell you valuable real estate M • What are the family oriented activities-no putt-putt golf,no movie theater M • What value does an unknown,unpublicized statement have? Source:RRC Associates Page 57 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 030 Do you have any comments on what you would change in the statement? M • What's going on contradicts this statement-destroying the natural beauty and environment. The jury is out on the economy-if it stays the same the village economy will deteriorate with the addition of more retail with the existing sector barley(sic)holding on. M • What's in a statement...only words M • Where does cost(i.e.,taxes,RETT,special HOA fees etc.)come into the picture? M • Why do we have to be the"leading"resort? What's wrong with being"average"and maintaining a substantial,enjoyable pare and not burdening ourselves by"keeping up with the Joneses"or making life hectic? M • Why do we need to lead and grow-that helps business not quality of life for locals M • Words are good,living up to them hard M • Wrong direction regarding development. Ignores ideas,planning of many citizens-when it does not suit those in office. M • You cannot have overpriced hotels and still market yourself as family-oriented. My family cannot ever afford to visit because everything is too expensive. M • You don't say much about caring for residents and employees M • You have not been responsible stewards Source:RRC Associates Page 58 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q31 (Sense of community)Do you have any comments or suggestion on your response? W • As a non-resident homeowner,I don't a feel for a sense of community. W • Base village is tearing apart teh community-still. W • Base Village was very devisive. Let's really consider what we allow forthe mall,center and parking lots. W • Fireworks in Snowmass Village on the 4th of July. W • Has become very divisive. It seems the major owners of Snowmass property will get their way to make a huge profit at the expense ofthe residents.They will get building permits for high density development. Soon even Snowmass ski area will be unable to handle the crowds creating long lift lines and crowed slopes. W • have only lived here since Dec 06 W • i have gotten to know my neighbors more.. W • I lave Snowmass and feel the community is doing a good jab. I can't tell you if it is better or worse. W • if you're not after the money you are pushed out of the way.-the only things accepted are more of everything-the 1998 comp plan was stomped on to get to where we are now-even thought the'community spent 2.5 years developing the plan. W • It seems like some of the local aspects are slowly becoming more economicly motivated and less for the actual locals. tourism and community must be balanced or it will become like vail(the disney land theme park effect) W • it started with the base village election and has grown worse over the building of this monster. Retailers do not know if they will be in business next year or not. W • Local media spends too much energy picking people apart and always excentuating the bad.Editorials very adolescent and spiteful. W • Many long-lime locals have disappeared...to move downvalley and elsewhere. Increasingly unaffordable for any except the super-wealthy...with no relief in sight. A product of a greedy attitude that pervades the community these days,as opposed to the communal attitude of former times. We cater to the hyper-wealthy. W • Massive development with the old'Pros'becoming'cons'when they see what it actually looks like W • No offense really,but the construction workers have taken over our once quaint restaurants,although the business owners probably like that. I get the sense, considering the real estate price escalations,that Snowmass Village may become a place for the ultra rich. Current locals may eventually take advantage of the real estate market,sell their property and move downvalley or elsewhere,leaving the ultra rich in control of the Town. The current restricted employee housing might then be considered servant housing forthe desired service workers. Those'poor folk may not have a retirement future. They need to be encouraged to enter the unrestricted free market housing as an investment for their future. Instead of the Town always building restricted housing for service workers,how about building or buying down older properties to provide affordable free-market units,the equivalent of an incremental step up of emmployee housing for professionals with less restrictions. These units could be a bit more expensive than the restricted housing units with an appreciation cap of 5-7%versus 3%. That way, those in employee housing could move up,invest a bit more,leaving their older units for new service workers,and thus creating an incentive for service workers and professionals to stay in the village long term. W • Old timers complain;newcomers are ecstatic.I'm the latter-this is an amazing place!I look forward to the fact that Base Village can BUILD COMMUNITy-i/e.year round eneteratingment,food&beverage,shopping,a gathering place.Right now,it's too small. W • People seem very concerned by the power of the 8001b Gorellia Westpac and how they will get their way in any negotiation because money talks everyone else takes the hike. W • Recently elected council members are helping balance the town's direction. W • SM has been split in two with this base village construction and now we have a monopoly controling the retail and hotel business. This is not all good for this community. W • The Base Village issue was divisive. Town needs to rebuild a sense of community and purpose. W • the construction is overwhelming everything. W • The local press needs to acknowledge their responsibility in keeping the community strong. The columns they print are damaging,not helpful. W • There remains ongoing friction related to the Base Village decision. People need to accept the fact of the development,and focus on'how best"to make the development the"best"for the community.Secaondly,the Snowmass Sun needs to review their various paid writers of articles. The major columnists,i.e.Johnny Boyd and Mel Blumenthal continue to exert"negative"energy which in turn does nothing to"heal"the community and bring the community together. W • Thursday nights concerts with no drinking are not what they use to be. Tao many events to keep track of. No sense of really'gathering place'for locals W • too late for quite some time to come W • Too much strief W • Town residents have become bitter toward the development and too focused on the negative,rather than wait for the positive aspects of development to be completed. W • We're in transition,this is not a fair question given all the frustrations with base Village Construction and the changes the developer has pushed on us,Viceroy for one... M • After Base Village referendum it couldn't have gotten worse M • All about money,money,money M • Any time you have as much going on as currently is,there is no sense of community-that will forever be gone M • As 21 year residents,it makes us really sad. Is ourtown really"ours"anymore? M • Aspen is no competition on the 4th. Where did sense of community go? M • Assure that Skico does not change the ski access/cut out old privileges M • Base city was supposed to be condominiumized. Businesses were going to be able to buy into the real estate. Have'Monopoly"one owner of all commercial M • Base Village and large development has divided the town. 45%voted against BV as it currently was approved and haw many changes have been and are going to be made in what was approved. No business ownership as promised act.act.(sic) Source:RRC Associates Page59 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 031 (Sense of community)Do you have any comments or suggestion on your response? M • Base Village and the way it was approved. Voting by seasonal workers who had no real connection to our town. M • Base village created-and continues to create-tensions among various stakeholders M • Base village destroyed sense of community M • Base Village divides the young and old,new and long term residents M • Base village fiasco M • Base Village has divided the community M • Base Village has polarized the community. It is time for the"No'people to realize they lostthe election and accept it is going to happen. M • Base village has split this area like a meteor M • Base village is huge and yet chapel can't expand the way it would like to M • Base Village is to blame along with Ski Co. M • Base village pulled village/community apart. New developers may kill'community." M • Base Village vote was divisive and unfortunately the influx of contractors,developers,tradespeople does not build community M • Becoming more second home owners and losing young people to down valley where they can afford homes M • Bring back BYOB at concerts! Responsible drinking only! M • Community seems divided growth and development(sic) M • Consider more genuine community activities-e.g.,Farmer's Market(FOOD,not trinkets),chamber music events in association with AMF,local learning groups(e.g., Great Books,science topics study/speakers,look at Aspen for excellent examples) M • Construction and the state of the village right now M • Construction has been disruptive M • Construction is more disruptive then anybody ever imagined. M • Council and mayor have sold the farm to developers! M • Council fights way loo much. Without second home owners,this community could not exist. They need conseperation. M • Council seems to have lost touch with local people M • Council sold out community M • Current council(with 2 exceptions:Laws&Mordkin)have totally destroyed the harmony and quality of life we once enjoyed. M • Divided M • Do what the citizens want,not what the City Council wants. They think this place is their own little fiefdom. M • Don't keep selling out! M • Don't like to see landmarks in village destroyed for larger more commercial buildings that don't promote"homey'family atmosphere. Seems more'money"oriented. M • Don't trust the elected officials M • Employees of village are a growing portion of the community and should not be taken for granted M • Everything is about maximizing profit-not what's good for community M • Everything is about money,no more volunteering for a good cause or being part of a community event M • Finally built the city hall;what's the latest on the gas station? M • Finish base village M • Full time residents are being pitted against 2nd home owners,and there seems to be a big divide bow I newspaper and often in town council. M • General feeling of us vs.them. I attended the meeting debating the gas station-felt like big business vs.small guy. The town is under a huge amount of pressure right now-difficult to find balance. M • Go to a council meeting and watch the loons. Nobody has any respect-both ways. M • Growth has overwhelmed M • Hard to have a community when mostly made of tourists and second homeowners. Especially when the working class need 2-jobs per person. When is there time to be a'community?' M • Have a reduced ticket cost for beginner skiers and families. Skiing makes the wont and ticket costs are becoming exorbitant. M • Honestly SV is just a suburb of Aspen for our family. Unfortunately,we have no local ties to SV. We hope NV development compels us to stay in SV for amenities. M • Hopefully Snowmass will not make the mistakes we've seen in Aspen with too much growth,infll,fractional owners M • Hopefully the politics cools down as base village takes form and life M • How many communities do you know in the middle of a building site? M • 1 am in favor of Base Village but it has affected the'sense of community"during the construction phase M • I feel like my voice and the voice of all my friends who live here is not heard M • I feel that the Snowmass Sun has focused on negativity and criticism of the sense of what's going on.There is also a divide(growing)between haves and have-nots- between service providers and those who depend on and can afford services. M • I feel the Town Council has not always looked at all options. We are a town with families. That should come first. M • 1 think the construction has tom apart our community. Our little town has been exposed with people that don't care about our town and don't care to keep our town clean and quiet. We have people hollering at lunchtime at our local women and more crime than ever. M • I'd say gotten worse but there is some sense of community in shared misery! Source:RRC Associates Page 60 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 031(Sense of community)Do you have any comments or suggestion on your response? M • Ignore the negative people. Keep on going forward! M • In danger of becoming worse with the focus on redevelopment M • It has been very difficult to keep the locals in Snowmass M • It seems to be the same,the more you learn the less responsive it seems M • Its becoming a two class society;the doomed and the power. The doomed will have nothing soon so give them a reason to stay! M • Its gotten worse with base village construction,lack of employees who have stayed in village,peole moving out because of construction,cost of living M • I've never been invited to a community event in the 9 years I've owned a home,nor have I been invited to a smaller neighborhood event. M • Keep it as the hidden gem it is-don't run it into VAI L!! M • Keep pushing for affordable housing-find a way to take care of deed restricted owners when they need to invest for renovation M • Keep the developers feet to the fire and make sure they are keeping their end of the deal and if not fine them accordingly M • Keep this town a"village"not a developers and realtors paradise M • Lack of knowledge about the future is very disconcerting M • Leadership reflects attitude. Everyone understands the problems-bring forth solutions! M • Less community and more company town M • Lessened attacks on second homeowners. Less them vs.us. M • Let's all get positive.The construction is here,so let's manage it(i.e.Town Council)and learn to live with it. Constructive criticism OK. Gripes-no. M • Local(illegible)and access to golf M • Local newspaper has done nothing to help. M • Local workers are forced out of town for cost of living M • Locals are angry about everything-traffic construction lack of retail,rent-it affects how they react to each other. The only local friendly gathering to my observation in the rodeo. Thursday night concerts are not fun anymore. M • Lots of dust and noise M • Many people feel offended by the corporate dominance and are ready to move away. M • Miss Wildcat restaurant where you could run into locals. There should be places where you have contact with people who are a part of the Town:apres ski and on a day to day basis M • More acceptance and inclusion of second home owners-a large part of population quite ignored M • More community events M • More community events M • More people showed up for the service station,and still the'council'wanted to make it a strip mall! M • Most towns people are busy complaining about the size of Base Village. The"roundabout"is crazy. NJ look out the ones in the state. M • New Town Council seems to have some better ideas for construction management but doesn't seem to be acting on any of them and really with the same dumbass mayor leading the show how much can the sense of comminty(sic)actually change M • Newspaper has constant negative columns.More than any one person the editor creates negativity in town.If she thinks everything is so awful,why doesn't she leave? I cringe when visitors read what she publishes. M • No one can"create'a community! At this time any"community"exists among the workers tearing up the place. Does"community"exist in Aspen?! M • Once Base Village was approved people calmed down M • Out of control valley wide growth and over use of natural resources M • Over-emphasis on pleasing the developers reduces community spirit. The Town Council needs a backbone and more skepticism regarding claims and promises made by developers. The Town Council has its own agenda regardless of public opinion. M • Pay attention to the consultants'studies instead of ignoring them.Stop wasting money on more studies and do something. M • People are leaving,it is becoming just a resort not a community M • People aren't that welcoming. M • People aren't as friendly as when I first moved hear(sic) M • People cannot afford the homes in the area to create a diverse socioeconomic profile. People who are"locals"used to care to make others"local.' Now it's more'us vs.them'and people feel that on both sides. Lots of staff barely speak fluent English anymore,as well. M • People who used to love it here and work here are leaving. You have only foreign students who are not part of the community here. What will happen when you need more workers? M • Politicians who grand stand and refuse to work to'solve'problems M • Questions of Base Village and single?ownership remain unsettling M • Really little or no promotion of sense of community M • Second homeowners are treated very poorly when it comes to decisions made by the town M • Seems like too much negative energy about Base Village and Ski Cc-community is divided M • Seems the community's'myphed'(sic)with the changes M • Since the 3rd and 4th home owners can vote on what happens to my home M • Size of base village making real locals(not just fake locals who voted yes)wonder why we are still here M • Smarten up about developer agendas and their ability to keep their agreements Source:RRC Associates Page 61 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 031 (Sense of community)Do you have any comments or suggestion on your response? M • Some store owners are bitter with new development M • Still feels like"us against them" M • Stop all the high density construction. You are going to be left with a lot of empty high rise buildings. M • Tension between year-round residents and second homeowners M • The"town"cannot create community M • The construction is very taxing and splits the community M • The development is not in character with what I envision as a ski town. Way too big,no personality. M • The entire Council should apologize to the Town for its cavalier attitude over the past 5 years and should admit how much they were paid to sell us out! M • The existing community is being overrun and overlooked in regards to all that is happening in the commercial world,and the tranquility we once enjoyed. M • The greed of local landowners-realtors seem to have killed the town as we once knew it. 'We had to destroy SMV in order to save it." Yeah,right,save it for whom? M • The inception of Base Village has caused a vast divide M • The massive new development has split the community M • The negative people on B.V.should assist with a more positive attitude. We need to be more open to new proposals from Related West Pac. They can make B.V. much better than the original plan if the community works with an open mind. M • The only togetherness I see recently is the ski co and West Pack Rats trying to greenback the Brush Creek Valley. Yes,we need revitalization but not a huge mega mansion condo complex that will remain largely empty 3/4 of the year because the fur clad mafia use SMV as a fourth destination. M • The sense of community are the people and they have not left...yet! M • The split in community is a result of Base Village. Any chance of improving the community feeling will not come until all aspects(including S.M.Center and old mall) are in place. M • The Sun and people in Snowmass should follow that aspiration statement a little more than they are now(or get out of town). Be more positive about where they live. M • The Town Council has sold its soul to the developer M • The Town Council sold out to special interests with little regard to negative consequences.....The Village is now just yet another real estate scheme endorsed by local government. It took the spirit of the community away. M • The Town Council that past(sic)Base City gave developers much of what they requested-ignoring the comp plan work a few years prior.Their action neatly divided the community. Now that the die is cast,the current council has much to do to build our sense of community and faith in local government. M • The town is being run by the real estate industry M • The town seems to belong to second homeowners and not to the locals! M • The village mall shops are in decline and lock like they will be out of business in a year or two M • The vote for Base Village divided SMV and it has gotten worse ever since M • There are too many nay-sayers still within Snowmass! The development and sports amenities are long overdue! I think it is great and mandatory for this"piece of heaven." M • There does not feel like much of a sense of community since base village was approved M • There is a general feeling that our city council,past and present,is out of touch with the majority. With the probable demise of many small businesses that SMV residents have relied on for years,it's hard to have a positive outlook. M • There is a heightened sense of community but not agreement on issues facing the community M • There is clearly a need for improvement M • They will eventually chase out people who do not belive(sic)in their way. Start listening to the local community! People working here in construction do not care about town or community and it shows. Garbage etc. M • This community is divided on so many issues. No one has stepped up to alleviate local concerns when the"money"starts rolling in. M • This town is radically divided.It is now a one corporation town-for the Corp,by the corp and ofthe corp. It is tht rich(who are invested in the corp)against the locals who provide the services for the rich(and the corp). The town's soul and spirit are disappearing by the truckload(literally). M • Too late,will take 5-10 years to rebuild trust with town council. Town is divided into 2 main groups them against us!or those that want to live here and those that want to greed here! M • Too many hateful people in the press-Johnny Boyd! M • Too many yes people on the council M • TOO much development,as a result of this,air quality is now polluted with dust M • Too much dissention(sic)about all the issues being undertaken and the Town being purported(sic)to become a Ski Co.owned town. What a waste! M • Too much emphasis on the buck M • Town Council should be ashamed M • Town created us vs.them split M • Town owned by monopoly M • Us vs.them! M • Very divided M • Village is a noisy beehive of activity. You can't even sleep in till 8 am with the noise and traffic. I fear the residents with have 5 or 6 more years of building with the base/mall/center. Source:RRC Associates Page 62 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q31 (Sense of community)Do you have any comments or suggestion on your response? M • We are growing at such a rate that every other person is anonymous now-we have completely lost our sense of a small town connected by our love for the outdoors. We are"owned"by the Crown familVs greed to sell time shares and retail space. M • We are not going to be a community very long ifthings keep going the way they are M • We are only part-timers(4-5 months)and love it here,but we don't know much about the local govt,partly our fault and partly the Village's M • We have all strived to stick together but many of the growth issues have fractured us M • We have always had a good sense of community and hope we don't get too big and loose(sic)it M • We should have grown but without Intrawest M • We used to live"off campus"in a tight knit community. Now we will live"in the dorm"because of Base Village. The base will need 500-600 worker bees per day/night. Who are they?Where will they live? They are all foreign workers because the pay scale is abominable-they have NO connections to the community or knowledge of it. M • What community! M • What sense of community...locals can't afford to live here! M • When the construction is over we'll find out. 15-20 years? Can't see Fanny Hill from new Town Hall. M • Why not have neighborhood pot lucks,etc.to bring people together? M • Wish there were a way to reduce the constant drumbeat of negative editorial and columnist opinion in the local paper,particularly since they don't need to sell papers M • With plan in place and well-better base village and related approvals in place,town council has inexplicably begun to gut those plans and provisions,both in response to variance/change applications,and for reasons of its own. Examples include: 1)Allowing the base village developer to change the whole purpose,nature,size,and brand of the hotel;2)Ever consider the out-of-code chapel monstrosity;3)Undoing the planned'entrance'location for the gas station;4)Wimping out on the planned 650-space parking facility at rodeo;and 5)Overall,spending time entertaining developments and changes without relying on or deferring to the planlapprovals in place and the competent Planning Department and the effective Planning Commission. Source:RRC Associates Page 63 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 032_If you could keep one thing in Snowmass Village in perpetuity,what would it be? W • you've already killed most of the good community bits trying to get more business and not ever being satified with the money you have W • Uncrowded ski slopes W • Thursday concert series.(BYOB) W • The wonderful facilities for all ages. Many activities for the young is vital. It will keep their parents make this their destination. W • The skiing W • the ski boundry lines W • The relaxed atmosphere as compared to the bustle of Aspen W • the old small town flavor W • The name:Snowmass Village W • The Mountain! W • The mountain W • The feeling that it's a resort surrounded by a community. W • The feeling of a locals community with locally owned businesses. W • the famous recurring events,such as Chili and Beerfest,Mardi Gras, concerts,etc W • the family friendly atmosphere W • The excitement that comes from arriving in a beautiful,special place that we're doing a greatjob of caring for. W • The Chapel in its new sanctuary W • Snow year round. W • small town atmosphere.Would like to keep the Community together.We used to celebrate July 4th with fireworks at the Rodeo park.Why have it at upper village. W • Skiing of course; Maintaining Mt.Daly views. W • sense of the village and not a interstate highway resort. W • Open spaces W • Open space W • Oh gosh,wouldn't it be nice to have that construction traffic forever?Seriously:open space. W • nothing-although the type of developement we need needs character W • No clue,it seems like so much has been lost of the old ways. Progress I guess? W • Neighbor helping neighbor(and knowing neighbor!) W • Nature. W • Natural beauty. W • Land W • Keep the rodeo W • Keep the number of events to a minimum that are held in the National Forest.The National Forest Land should not be used by the Aspen Ski CO or the town as a venue for anything other than skiing.In my opinion it is the Federal Land surrounding Snowmass Village that makes it unique and is the only thing that can and should stay unchanged. W • Keep it family oriented! W • how cna one go back and re-do? W • home like feel W • green space....not over development in communal areas(already too late). W • Great people that love their community. W • Gas station W • free thursday night concerts W • Free Concerts W • flexibility W • Doc-magacian W • bus route and hiking biking trails..2 things W • Anderson Ranch forever. W • Although its too late,the Thursday night concerts WITHOUT being searched before going in. W • Access to open spaces,trails,mountains M • A SMALL MT.VILLAGE WITH LIMITED GROWTH W • A commitment to being the best! Snow Conditions(constant pow;pow) M • 1983 M • 'Our mountain"! M • "The Mountain'and the only way that is going to happen is for Ski Corp to STAY AHEAD of the growth. M • "Uncrowded by design" M • 1 quiet day a week without noise and lights or fireworks blasting from Fanny Hill. M • 1)Sufficient local town services at Center(post-office,grocery store,drugstore/pharmacy),and 2)sufficient resident-only parking at Center and lots 1-13. Source:RRC Associates Page 64 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 032 If you could keep one thing in Snowmass Village in perpetuity,what would it be? M • A family orientation M • A paid fire department M • A place where locals want to live M • A sense ofcasualness/uniqueness. Base City will need input to make it funky and fun. M • A sense of small town-but that is already gone M • A small ski village,family owned businesses with character,homeyness,warmth,surrounded by beautiful wilderness M • Access to public transportation M • Affordability M • Affordable housing so MORE employees could afford to live here M • Affordable housing sufficient for the workforce M • Ambiance M • Anderson Ranch M • Beauty M • Beauty,bliss and small town feel M • Bring back the days of the Timbermill and dancing,a better apres ski venue M • Brush Creek and Brush Creek Rd. M • Brush Creek Road M • Building heights M • Caps on house size M • Clean air,closeness to forest surroundings,preserve the quality of the Rocky Mtn.environment M • Clean,friendly,open space and trails,uncrowded M • Community involvement and spirit M • Community safety M • Concerts M • Conference space M • Conoco and its owners M • Continue reasonable growth M • Convenient access to the mountains for skiing and biking M • Cozy small town atmosphere and community feel M • Decent restaurants M • Dedicated open space M • Density M • Do not"mess"with the ski slope M • Doc Eason M • Don't build home on slopes M • Don't cut one aspen tree M • Don't growtoo big M • Ease of use M • Easy access to post office,shops,skiing M • Easy access to skiing M • Family friendliness M • Family orientation M • Family oriented facilitywith family hotel M • Fanny Hill M • Fanny Hill M • Fanny Hill concerts M • Find a good architectural theme and stick with it. More and more it's a hodgepodge,looks like the state prison. M • Flowers at my Sinclair bus stop! Beautiful! M • Free events! M • Free shuttle M • Free speech,dissent,care for others,tolerance M • Fresh air and friendly atmosphere M • Friendly skiing M • Friendly,caring community.We'll be too big when all is built. M • Friendly,local feel at post office M • Full time families(sic)w/kids in the subdivisions M • Golf course open to public,free concerts Source:RRC Associates Page 65 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 032 If you could keep one thing in Snowmass Village in perpetuity,what would it be? M • Good low density skiing M • Grave yards! M • Great bus service,trails M • Great skiing M • Green space M • Height of buildings-7 stories is appalling M • Height restrictions as stated in Town Code! M • Higher cost of living here,higher retail taxes. We should go back to FREE resident garbage service,as in 70s and 80s pay out of sales tax. M • II Poggio M • Immediate/close ski access M • It is too late-to forget Base Village M • It's(sic)friendliness M • Its beauty and character-both now being harmed M • Its less glitzy image(compared to Aspen)and family oriented feel M • Its size and intimacy,its simplicity M • Keep it low-key. Be very selective of TYPE of development. Don't turn into Summit County or Vail! M • Keep its character and keep it smaller M • Keep the center small and keep the mall the way it is-small and friendly M • Keepthe center. M • Keep the mall intact,with new upgraded shops and activities M • Keeping it a small town M • Keeping the open space that makes us a unique and beautiful community M • Lack of overt commercialism M • Laid back M • Large amounts of open space with year-round public access M • Life style M • Limitation on building and heights of buildings M • Little red schoolhouse M • Local community not'struggling"to live here M • Local owned businesses free of global corporations M • Local presence;full time residents,young families M • Local spirit M • Locally owned businesses in affordable space M • Locals owning homes and raising families here M • Look at the bottom of Fanny Hill..,it's too late. Soon the view of Ml.Daly will be gone too! M • Low key demeanor M • Low key,no hyper community M • Mall fire pit loops,gone),Divide Cabin(oops),Gracie's Cabin loops) M • Mountain chairl'rfts year round M • My friends who helped make this place M • Natural beauty M • Natural beauty M • Natural beauty and climate M • Natural environment M • Nature and land without buildings M • No further growth after current build-out M • No McDonald's,Arbys-yet-give it a few years M • No more development M • No more houses on the mountain M • No more land development M • No stop lights M • No stoplights. Views. M • No tall hotels M • No traffic lights M • Nothing should be kept in perpetuity M • Nothing will ever be the same-you ruined the concerts and the entire town M • Open space Source:RRC Associates Page 66 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q32 If you could keep one thing in Snowmass Village in perpetuity,what would it be? M • Open space M • Open space M • Open space M • Open space M • Open space(Sinclair Meadow) M • Open space and family atmosphere M • Open space in Horse Ranch subdivision creating a wild flower meadow! M • Open space left should be secured(ex.-golf course,park areas) M • Open space surrounding town(no rim homes) M • Open space,quiet-this is important to visitors as well as residents M • Open spacelviews M • Open spaces M • Open spaces M • Open spaces without crowding and without hype M • Opportunity for families to live and work here M • Our desire to be the leading multi-season family-oriented mountain resort community M • Our friendly atmosphere M • Our natural environment-untouched,uncrowded,animals,clean air,etc. M • Our view of Daly,no the Blue Cranes of SMV,no seriously the outdoors our natural resources M • Outstanding skiing and hiking M • Owl Creek Road M • Par Cons Trail-the best! M • Paradise Bakery M • Peace and quiet M • Plenty of open space M • Post office site M • Preserve and expand ski experience. Limit all further development beyond current approvals. M • Privacy,number of houses,relaxing ambience M • Public access to almost everything vs.restricted private no trespassing M • Put a cap on any further construction in Village until ruling on current laws are reviewed and passed by voters. M • Quaint mountain lodge atmosphere M • Quality of free events,summer concerts M • Quality of life-but I think it's too far gone to be salvaged. M • Quality of life without"additional"factions M • Quality of ski slopes M • Quality of the ski mountain M • Quiet and casual M • Quiet and uncrowded M • Quiet off seasons M • Quiet off seasons M • Quiet off-seasons M • Quiet summers M • Quiet,uncrowded,family oriented focus M • Quietness M • Quietude-the beautiful silence of untrammeled nature M • Rather small but with movie performing arts theater M • Real open space-i.e.,golf course-that Droste business with a time limit was ridiculous and a grocery stare(sic) M • Reasonable size M • Rec center M • Relatively quieter and more laid back than Aspen M • Remodel the mall leave it alone(sic) M • Rent M • Respect for the balance between the economy and the natural environment M • Ridge lines and ski slopes M • Rim Trail M • Rim Trail M • Rodeo(bring back Jazz Fest) Source:RRC Associates Page 67 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 032 If you could keep one thing in Snowmass Village in perpetuity,what would it be? M • Rodeo,ball field(why was it reduced in size for the Labor Day concert),bike paths M • Same"small-town'feel for the locals and bring back BYOB to the Thursday night concerts M • Sense of community M • Sense of community M • Sense of community M • Sense of community(let's not become overdeveloped like Deer Valley) M • Sense of family M • Sense of shared feelings for being here as a special place to be enjoyed and preserved M • Sense of small town community M • Service employees with a good attitude,not thinking the world owes them a living M • Ski area M • Ski mountain M • Skiing M • Skiing at a high level M • Slowdown/stop the speed of growth M • Small community feeling M • Small intimate sizelfeel M • Small shops outdoors M • Small town M • Small town atmosphere M • Small town charm without glitz M • Small town environment where you go elsewhere for all the extra services-shopping,movies,church,etc. M • Small town feel M • Small town feel-local businesses,not all ski/co owned M • Small town feel-previous base village construction M • Small town feel,be different than every other"stamped out"mt.resort M • Small town feel,place you knew and trusted each other M • Small town feeling and look(gone) M • Small town local feel(the private residence clubs are bringing a less local feel) M • Small-town character M • Snow!and less tracks M • Snowmass Village Conoco station M • So many things have already been killed-events that are for community-not have everything be a festival M • Something for a variety of people to do and learn M • Somewhat pristine beauty M • Specialty shops in mall,please no chains M • Stop building keep it small!(sic) M • Strong community of local fulltime residents M • Summer concerts where you could BYOB M • Taxes/lighting M • The'feel"of a village M • The"population'sign above the Conoco M • The"Rim Trail"that's it! M • The amount of open space M • The bank M • The beautiful landscaping(flowers)everywhere M • The beauty and serenity of the surroundings. Rural-non-congestion,horses,farms. M • The beauty of open land M • The chair in the village M • The Cirque Bar and Grill,lax drug policy M • The ditch trail M • The elevation,otherwise change is good. M • The entrance M • The fabulous skiing M • The feeling of community M • The feeling of openness,safe all the time,western,warmth M • The flowers in the mall in the summer! Source:RRC Associates Page 68 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 032 If you could keep one thing in Snowmass Village in perpetuity,what would it be? M • The friendly,family,happy environment M • The great skiing M • The green area near the Horse Ranch/rodeo area M • The lower crime rate. Did we even plan to protect the families,belongings from the isntant growth and city people? M • The mall with minor remodeling M • The mountain M • The mountain! M • The no-glitzy atmosphere M • The old quiet. The town has a backup horn for a mascot. M • The old timber mill M • The people M • The post office,views of Mt.Daly M • The pristine environment and smallness,the quiet,the clear air M • The Rim&Ditch Trails M • The rodeo M • The sense of community and belonging M • The shuttle service M • The ski area:vast and uncrowded M • The ski hill M • The ski hill M • The ski mountain-always the#1 attraction M • The skiing-the trails-the small town feeling-the locals M • The skiing experience M • The skiing! M • The skiing,hiking,biking opportunities M • The small town feel M • The small town feel M • The small,"cozy'safe and secluded feelings enhanced by the openness of the Brush Creek Road and Owl Creek Valley entrances M • The Snowmass Center would be a good place to start. The impact by its destruction(sic)will be long felt. M • The streams/river M • The stripe across Ml.Daly and Rhonda as town clerk.This is a silly question that deals with the false hope of some(human nature)to avoid change....the American illegible)Corp.played on this hope by making promises that people believed.As they sold out,subsequent owners/developers brought new vision to Snowmass.A community grows and develops or declines and perishes,there is no status quo. M • The trails M • The tranquility and natural surroundings we move here for. M • The tranquility and the sense of small community M • The view M • The view from the top of the Rim Trail M • The views M • The weather and scenery M • The Wildcat Cafe oops its gone M • The wildlife mitigation corridor-open space M • Thursday night Fanny Hill concerts M • Too let as Base Village was approved M • Too late-you have ruined the views M • Too late-you're already overdeveloping M • Too late for my wishes M • Too late! M • Too late!the town has lost its charm M • Top family ski resort in world! M • Tranquility M • Try to stay small-it is probably too late! M • Uniqueness of village,small community,but safe and clean M • View planes/access to slopes M • Views M • Where locals don't have to worry about locking our doors M • You can't keep what is already lost-oursoul Source:RRC Associates Page 69 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 033 What doesn't Snowiness Village have(facilities and amenities)that you would like to see provided? W • we need to concentrate on the things that get people enjoying the mountain and skip all the activities that encourage excess drinking-let aspen have the drunks and snowmass have the active people.establish weekly clinics and races for downhill biking,high altitude training center-get some elite athletes to put our name on the map-X-terra race,motorcycle race-(we used to have these)-concerts that mean something like the deaf camp picnic W • "Why"is the correct spelling W • 1. Stale-of-art putt putt facility; 2.Installing landscape median the entire length of Brush Creek Road; Such median could be planted with native trees,shrubs and wildflowers making an impressionable entryway statement for guests; It could also ease or direct traffic flows and provide pockets of turning lanes for left turn movements. W • 5-star concierge service,business center W • A better grocery store and pharamcy W • A community museum/library W • A sense of history...record of our history W • betterconnectivity W ' better parking control/more skier parking/paid for by Ski Company W • Better plumbing in Mall are-cleaner bathrooms!!! W • better restaurants and nightlife,places to gather W • conference center and mulipurpose event center W • dancing areas W • fine restaurants W • Free Rec Center for property owners. W • Full service gas station with a car wash W • Gondola to Buttermilk W • Home/neighborhood US Mail delivery. We should insist. Provide our our own neighborhood locking mailboxes if necessary. For a town of our size,it makes no sense to have everyone drive to the post office. Can we sell the idea on environmental grounds? W • Hopefully,Base Village will create and support a successful and charming commercial district. W • housing W • Ice skating rink W • indoor arena for live music—like what used to be the blue door W • indoor pool for the winter W • library and movie I performance theatre W • Library!!! Performing Arts Center!! W • Mail service-we seem to afford all other amenities,why not this??? W • More activities for families W • More emphasis on all aspects of performing arts and motion picture exhibition. W • MORE EMPLOYEE HOUSING IN TOSV W • more employee housing,movie theater,keep family in Snowiness at night. W • more restaurants,movie theater,retail W • movie theater W • Movie Theater,gas station kept,cleaners kept,larger market W • movie,ice rink W • Multipurpose theater;better small business space for subsidizign services patronized by local residents.I donf want to lose:inexpensive resaturants(tasters),Dr's office,etc. W • nine hole golf course,alpine slide,(snowmobiling,ice skating...we had these before) W ' on-mountain summer activities(Elk Camp) W • Performing Arts Center W • really like the addition of a LIBRARY and a MOVIE COMPLEX W • reasons to keep visitors in Snowmass--restaurants that are open,on-mountain ice rink W • Seasonal housing dorms for employers to control W • tennis programs..basketball programs..more sports programs overall for children and adults W • Town-wide wireless broadband M • A golfcourse for thosewho can't afford to belong to Snowmass Golf Course M • A library M • Access to golf(resident rates,etc.) M • Additions to the rec center M • Affordable single family homes for small business owners in the valley M • Alpine slide M • Alpine slide,snowmobiling,9 holes of golf in Horse Ranch,ice rink M • Alpine slide. Just finish what has been started! Source:RRC Associates Page 70 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q33 What doesn't Snowmass Village have(facilities and amenities)that you would like to see provided? M • Arts,letters,music M • Better cell phone service,shuttle service in Pines,more restaurants,movie theater M • Better cell service M • Better parking,movie theatre M • Better parking,small parks and maintained trails M • Better restaurants so we don't have to go to Aspen! M • Better restaurants,quality hotel M • Better restaurants,teenager activities M • Better trail maintenance for spring,summer and fall use M • Better/larger sewage treatment plant! M • Bigger and closer paintball ceurse/shooting range M • Bigger selection of restaurants M • Bring back summer ballet school M • Buttermilk gondola M • Camping areas M • Car wash M • Car wash M • Central gathering spot,sports bar,nicer apres ski,upgrade on-mountain restaurants M • Chair lift into Burnt Ml-as repeatley(sic)promised for decades M • Child care centers M • Classical music,dance,lectures,art movies to a performing arts center M • Community gathering point and location like a center where people can commune such as the Aspen library is to Aspen M • Conference center without the hotel M • Connect SMV Ski to Buttermilk Mt.ASAP,eventually all four mtns with vehicular make it a world class place like in Europe/ M • Convention facilities that will attract people M • Day care,more children's programs and family support M • Dog park,large convention facility M • Door to door transportation M • Elder citizen program M • Employee housing-everyone needs more employees! M • Employee housing a huge problem ahead M • Entertainment M • Everything M • Expand village shuttle to neighborhoods in winter M • Expanded equine facilities M • Expanded village shuttle routes into areas not currently served. M • Finish rec center,rodeo grounds,ice rink(sic) M • Finish the park M • Fix up cemetery-an entrance to it-benches. Better cell service. M • Focus on guests-they come first M • Free parking for residents at Mall and Base Village M • Gas station in the village itself M • Gas station,car wash,more restaurants and light meal/delis M • Get a better connection to the Aspen Institute_.upon completion of cord.Facilities M • Golf/outdoor workout trail system M • Good supermarket and gas station although what's here now is excellent M • Helicopters to Aspen and back M • High end restaurants/shops M • High quality musical performance hall and showcase folk,rock,classical music M • High quality restaurants M • Higher quality restaurants M • Hopefully Base Village and new development will attract restaurants M • I hope we don't lose return guests by getting too big M • Ice rink M • Ice rink and movie theater,performing arts theater for music in winter,we need activities for the youth M • Ice rink at rodeo,more restaurants M • Ice rink,low cost housing Source:RRC Associates Page 71 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 033 What doesn't Snowmass Village have(facilities and amenities)that you would like to see provided? M • Improve sanitation dept. M • Indoor tennis courts,and who made the decision to put in clay courts? Too much money,too much maintenance,shorter playing season....dumb choice. M • Inexpensive hardware store M • Instead of looking for new places to spend money,stick to the basics,i.e.traffic,parking,police,fire,etc. M • It is all about the ski mountain and facilities. On mountain restaurants are very subpar in layout,design and people handling ability. M • Keep gas station where it is,improved grocery store building(store is great),pharmacy M • Keeping up with the Jones is killing the small town feel M • Library M • Library M • Library with computers,gym and fitness/aerobics M • Library,ice rink M • Library,movie theater(or at least good source to rent DVDs) M • Library/school(elementary)/more kid programs,a small main street(with locals as well as guests in mind) M • Local postal service home delivery,better restaurants M • Luxury hotel M • More and varied restaurants M • More community functions/keep the old timers together-picnics/meetings etc. M • More employee housing(not just for Skico)and an ice rink M • More employee housing and parking,structure at rodeo grounds M • More extreme sports events facilities M • More hotel rooms,bars,restaurants,shopping M • More indoor(winter)workout areas,climbing wall,good lap pool,basketball,racquetball M • More kid friendly M • More kids leagues-baseball,soccer,etc. M • More kids programs M • More live music M • More moderate restaurants M • More money,people for trails building/repair,parking garage at mall M • More parking near ski/grocery/past office M • More parking to address growth. Be reasonable(not a space for everyone on Easter Sunday,but not everyone on a bus all the time). M • More programs for young families,both residents and tourists M • More rented employee housing M • More restaurants,boarding stable close to trails M • More upscale landscaping,better community business environment,more traffic by foot for them M • Movie theater-better people mover to mall. Escalators instead of steps. Larger but accessible grocery store,hardware,more concentrated retail. M • Movie theater or theatre in the winter M • Movie theater,ice rink,more tennis,bigger pool M • Movie theater,library,increased cell phone reception? M • Movie theatre,library,better events venue(concerts,plays,shows,etc.) M • Movies,full time medical clinic M • Movies,hardware,reasonably priced drug store and supermarket,more restaurants,more bathrooms M • Movies,library,community meeting facility M • Movies,restaurants M • Need less not more M • Need more commitment to trails-more upgrades to new style riding M • New town hall should have it's own adequate parking. New business conference hotel facilities(with hot beds)is/will be critical. M • Night clubs and bars worth going too(sic) M • Open Cafe Suzanne in summer M • Performing and visual arts facilities,especially in conjunction with Anderson Ranch;musical events(more than once a week) M • Performing arts venue to utilize valley resources M • Performing arts,movies(miss the old Opticon Theatre) M • Performing site center-indoors,movie theatre,good restaurants M • Permanent(sic)adequate slopeside space for Challenge/Aspen M • Please finish the parks and stop developing every acre of open space M • Public conference facility M • Public pools and hot tubs M • Racquetball,badminton,softball league,golf league,town race series Source:RRC Associates Page 72 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 033 What doesn't Snowmass Village have(facilities and amenities)that you would like to see provided? M • Rail transportation M • Recycling,can't believe we don't have it!l M • Remember when golf was supposed to be cheaper,not free,but not$150 a round M • Safe dropoff for ski school M • Second homeowners should,have input-their ideas welcomed! M • Skateboard park,picnic areas M • Ski accessible parking M • Ski lifts improvement on top M • Some facility,club,whatever,for teenagers 15-18. They end up in Aspen and should stay in Snowmass. Movie theater possibly? M • Something for teens after 6 PM M • Steam room at rec center,ice rink M • Tear down and rebuild the Snowmass Center,quick! It detracts from your new Snowmass. M • Teen and children's programs M • Teen entertainment,movie theaters,ice rink,broomball,fire pits M • Tennis courts,squash courts,movie theater,ice rink and library M • The clinic on the hill for ski injuries is appalling. Cramped,no privacy-Third World M • The construction process is too long and overbearing,I feel it will be a ghost town M • Tighter controls on development M • Town picnic,more leadership in recycling M • Tramway connection to Aspen M • Trash house up Wood Road,all 4 on-mountain restaurants are dingy and dirty,expand grocery and drug stores,add hardware store M • Visual pollution board,sound ordinances Source:RRC Associates Page 73 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 034(Vision for the new Snowmass Village)Do you have any comments on your response? W • a coorporate village will not be as good as a me and pa village W • all I see is deteroiation of the sense of community. Localy owned business going out of business because of ever increasing rents. Snowmass is quickly becoming another Aspen. Out of control W • Fear of overcrowding. Need Restaurant at Sams knob immediatley. W • fearful of end result W • I am excited,but at the same time change is always hard. The"old school"ways of snowmass were fun and memorable yet I know all of this building and change will be better for the long run. W • I am so excited to see the final product!Snowmass will be the place to be! Just like people in Aspen say they never go beyone the roundabout...Well,I won't ever have to go beyond the Brush Creek/Owl Creek intersection! That will make me happy:) W • I feel we are going to be left holding the bag for this base village boheimeth. The ski company and infra-west have already bailed. what is going to happen if Pat Smith doesn't get his way? W • 1 was excited,but now traffic is horrible and everything is converting to a hotel...and less retail. W • I wish it could be finished in 3-5 years and not 7-10 years W • improvements'-or do you mean changes? W • improvements?more traffic during peak times,and more empty buildings during none peak times W • It is clear that what was originally proposed for Base Village has been modified significantly and I really do not understand the current plan. W • It's about time. W • Rec Centers and amenities like it do not make a town desirable;it is the people that make a town desirable.A friendly town is a desirable and memorable town,to visitors as well as locals.So it is very important to slay civil with each other and our visitors during this trying time when our town is growing rapidly. W • Re-emphasize-multi-family housing for local and lower-income workers GUARANTEE That small business will have access to low cost space to provide services patronized by local residents.I don't want to have to pay$7 for a beer,or$4.95 for a Latte,due to high rents charged to small business. W • Slow down the phasing in of new construction,buildings and redevelopment. Too much of this activity has a negative impact on such a small community. W • Some of the new improvement upgrades have been needed for a long time,but I fear it has been over-analyzed,and as a result,over-developed. But when I choose to no longer live here(part or full time),I will at least have a retirement nest egg in the property I own here,and will likely put it on the rental market for the super-wealthy flat-landers. By then,there will be NO sense of community. W • The almighty dollar is winning. W • There will be a lot more construction for a lot more years.However,thatwill create an environment that has a constan Flow of traffic.With all of the ammenities that are planned and needed in SMV this traffic is necessary to make the ammenities viable.We will have to make it so that the traffic is not just bedrooms for aspen. If people come to SMV and play here,enjoy arts,concerts,rec centers,skating etc.then the Aspen experience will be a side activity to the SMV experience. W • To some,it looks like we've traded our vision for a recreational facility. W • Very excited about the future once the construction is completed. I would just like to know the timeline and the plan... W • Wailing to see what Base Village really means for the town overall W • We need a more wholistic and cohesive process. M • 'Vision'changes too much and too often M • 20 pounds of shit in a 10 pound box M • A monster has been created and quality of life and service will suffer M • A new base village is of no direct interest to me M • Afraid town is getting too expensive for families M • After 29 years here,thinking of moving M • Again,base village is too big. It will be empty most of the year(as is Highlands)and has disrupted life in the village for locals. M • All the negative crap will be proven wrong,it will be a world class place! M • And a little apprehensive M • Anxious is more like it M • Any reservations I have are based on not knowing what the plans are that Related West Pac has for changes to base village,mall and shopping center M • As a 35-year homeowner I see nothing improved M • Base village loo big,town center nice! M • Base Village will be OK when its done M • Base Village,City Hall....big mistakes/Pac-West is trouble waiting to happen M • But also apprehensive-we needed better amenities M • But also scared to see how much traffic it will add. Don't want it ruined. I think Steamboat turned out terrible,and hope we don't make same mistakes. M • But nervous and concerned that growth be controlled,reasonable and not loo much M • Change is good,but smaller steps M • Concerned about construction mess and ultimate density M • Concerned it will get too big to handle the volume of people-or,will turn into a ghost village like Highlands M • Connect all 4 mountains ASAP for winter sports. M • Construction projects are a fiasco. How could the council members travel to Deer Valley,Sun Valley etc.and create a place that looks like Copper Mountain? Source:RRC Associates Page 74 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q34(Vision for the new Snowmass Village)Do you have any comments on your response? M • Development is ruining the town M • Disappointed,SAD,I may move M • Do not overbuild! M • Don't agree with vision of large hotels,etc. M • Don't grow at the expense of character M • Don't kill the goose that laid the golden egg! M • Excited but dealing with the traffic and congestion M • Excited but hesitant towards related cos. M • Excited for the end result,not the process M • Excitement is tempered by concern over adequacy of infrastructure and assumptions in development submissions M • From initial approval the new BV was exciting. But the hand-changing between Intrawest and Related WestPac is concerning. I try to stay optimistic. M • Get a better handle on related West Pac,no more changes or broken promises M • Getting overdeveloped,losing atmosphere M • Gondola helps leave that side of mountain open later M • Got to get a new hotel on board-pronto M • Growth can be good,if done right. I want to be able to live and work here,that is becoming tough. M • Hesitant M • Hotel too large(over scale)in front of Deerbrook(4 million dollar)condos M • I am pretty scared of the future of Snowmass as it is M • I am thinking about moving M • I don't see most of them as improvements;if the new vision is about real estate income then you are meeting yourgoal M • I don't think they are improvements M • I don't view much of the current construction as"improvement" M • I have a wait and see attitude with a large amount of skepticism M • I hope we get what was originally planned M • I moved to a small town in the mountains. I never"envisioned"it becoming a metropolis. Only those with large financial gains at stake are excited. M • I preferred the old Snowmass Village 25 years ago. M • I said enough. If I want NYC or Disneyworld I would be there. M • I see Base Village as nothing more than a real estate project M • I think improvement was needed but Base Village was a bad call voted against it don't like it we were all duped(sic) M • I think the'improvements'aren't. M • I think we are trying to be Aspen,but we can't be and we shouldn't be!I We'll love the down to Earth clients. M • I view all the changes with trepidation M • I wish Base Village retail/restaurant venue would be affordable. I wish the vision had begun sooner. I wish the almighty dollar didn't dictate everything here. M • I'll move to Big Sky,Montana M • I'm kind of bummed that this cool town is going to be another high class resort town M • I'm not sure Westpac has a vision. They want to develop piecemeal and make end runs via variances. To phrase the question in terms of"improvements"smacks of editorialism. M • I'm really waiting to see. The turnover in ownership has caused and unsettled feeling. M • I'm worried that the character of the village is going to be destroyed completely and replaced by nothing but a dormitory village for skiers M • Improved lifts and skiing access M • Improvements? You call ground zero an improvement? M • Intrawestsucks! M • Ironically,I am hopeful and upbeat M • Is it big development? M • It could be fantastic,but..... M • It is like a rebirth and it is clear that we have on(sic)shot at doing it right now M • It is time for me to move from this once great small town! M • It is way too largel M • It unit be nice when it is done but how many years of hell do we have to go through M • It will be s0000 long before local benefits are seen M • It's a mess M • Its nice we are upgrading facilities but the impact has been too great M • Just whose'vision"is it? M • Let's not add on any new town or private projects until we complete what we have M • Like the idea of good restaurants and some nightlife M • Look at Aspen Highlands=DEAD. No parking for locals to ski. Source:RRC Associates Page 75 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q34(Vision for the new Snowmass Villaqe)Do you have any comments on your response? M • Look forward to it being done M • Look like to see quality improvements over quantity! M • Loosing(sic)sense of community,going genendcommercial ski town M • Make developers pay fortheir profits. M • More crowding,more grumpy tourists,more traffic and especially more NOISE! M • More direction in planning for the future. Please outline and communicate. M • More empty condos M • More life is better than dying M • Need better enforcement of construction rules M • Needs to"AAA+++"to compete M • New base village seems huge M • Nice rec center,daily ticket too expensive. Don't call Base Village an improvement. M • Not excited about massive growth and employee shortage M • Not sure how this will work if nobody can get here M • Pave paradise M • Plan,intent,approvals were in place and progressing;recent moves to divert from plan/approvals and great piece-meal changes threatens outcome and puts village/villagers at risk. M • Real estate is out of control-same as it was before crashes in other resort areas M • Remember that the mountain experience-not the village is prime. That's why we are here. Don't overdo it in town. M • Sad that my small village won't be so small,and excited for new things M • SBV,new shopping center,etc.great M • Sinclair Meadows is not an improvement. Base Village is not an improvement. M • Snowmass used to be different from all the others M • Stop changing it! M • The council tries to micromanage the development M • The village is being destroyed M • The vision changes according to the whim of the developer M • The vision to me seems to be only for the real estate firms M • The whole process from the'community"vote to the approval process to the"buyout"has been a gross SHAM! M • There are some great things and some bad things M • These are NOT improvements-we'll end up like the Highlands-a ghost town! M • This is all for revenue and not about the town as a community M • This resort is tired and needs upgrades to support the aspiration statement M • This town has the potential to be a much more family and resident friendly community than Aspen currently is and I see it becoming an even more desirable place to live M • Too big,too much,too soon! M • Too dense,crating a worker/housing dilemma. Notgeared to your"average"working family. I've been here 30 years-SMV is fuming into a'yuppie'heaven. M • Too much M • Too much all at once M • Too much construction M • Too much construction at once and bosses not listening to experts in the community M • Too much construction! Monster homes-ugh! M • Too much development approved M • Too much traffic and pollution M • Tourist attraction here we come... M • Town Council sucked in,will create retail and service nite mare M • Turning into just another"big"mountain resort with no feeling M • Very negative concerning current development M • Vision changes with each new developer M • We love it! Finally! M • We need more of the same,hope this is just the tip of the iceberg M • We're in bed with the devil"Related" M • What has improved? M • What improvements-so far,its a mess M • Will look beaut M • Worried about crowds and traffic,but excited about new amenities M • Years and years of construction is NOT exciting Source:RRC Associates Page 76 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 035 What are a few key elements you would like to see in the mall area? W • A compelling reason to go there. It's a pleasant place to stroll,but once you've seen the shops once and have your ski gear,there's not a lot to go back for. My fantasy would be to build a"must visit"ice cream parlor right in the middle of the mall.Year-round customers. A place folks from Base Village ride the special lift to go to. A place everyone takes their grandkids to. A place people tell visitors to go check out. A place to go to after dinner for a stroll. W • a drug store definitely and some kind of mini mart. W • A good visual and buisness balance to the Base Village. It can't be too big in size or it will destroy the remaining view planes. It also can't compete with business in the Base or they will all die lik Highlands village. The"build it and they will come"attitude needs to be tempered with the fad that we will never keep people in the village for a whole week with Aspen down the road. If we can capture 1-2 more nights per week with resturants and stores here we need to be happy with that and not be greedy or the whole thing will die W • A greater variety of restaurants,a take out dinner and dessert facility such as near the Ace Hardware store in Aspen.It is wonderful to be able to buy high quality food tc eat in one's condo W • A strip club.LOL.Maybe more benches.Seems pretty good to me now.Most ofthe buildings need a retrofit,though.Apparently the vision for the Village back in the 70s was"Build it cheap,even if it's ugly.' W • Adequate parking so that customers will fill up their vehicles with Snowmass stuffwhich will increase the Snowmass Sales Tax Revenue. W • Affordable food vendor kiosks in winter-hot spiced wine....chesnuls....hot cocoa....firepits/fountains(summer). W • Affordable restaurants W • Amusement! W • Architectural variety,intimate scale and charm. W • Arts,performing arts,affordable shops,affordalbe restaurants. W • As mentioned earlier,construct a circulating roadway route with the redevelopment of the village mall thatwould connect Daly and Elbert Lanes on the east side near Fanny Hill. Drop off transit service could be provided on Elbert Lane and pick up service on Daly Lane or vice versa depending on two-way or one-way traffic pattern. The traffic might create more vitality for the mall and business with access to stores/restaurants from street side and from interior pedestrian mall. Such a street could incorporate pocket parking spots and small off-street loading/service areas. W • Better affordable restaurants and a good deli. W • Better restaurants,LESS skier services(including retail) W • Conference Facilities and Performing Arts and Motion Pict Facilities and commercial complimentary to but not duplicative of Base Village W • conference space,outdoor ice rink,pond,flag hotel with pure hotel rooms(not condos) W • drugstore,grocery,casual lunch place,good dinner restaurant W • EASY ACCESS TO THE SKIING W • equipment shops,fashion shops,restaurants(full service and to-go's) W • good restaurants,public art W • great restaurants,great shops,bookstore, W • Grocery store,pharmacy,health care clinic,post office,moderately priced restaurants,teen gathering places W • Hotel and conference center,retail,teen activities. Anything but more real estate/timeshare offices. W • I like the older,more down to earth feel of it. I am going to miss it! W • improve and maintain the current mom and pop retail atmosphere. W • landscaping,art W • library,more retail W • like to see better restaurants and a movie theater W • local friendly W • Locally owned businesses. No national chains. Music and acbVifies that are currently being conducted. It should be the center of our ski area not at the base. W • More active merchandising. W • More gathering places like that of the Timbermill deck. W • more open space that is inviting for people to hang out W • More restaurants(like Tasters). Let's keep the ski shops and avoid the over priced art dealers and jewelry shops. Save them for Aspen. W • More shopping- ;I love the bands,entertainment and festivals. I would love to see more of that. W • Movie theater,underground parking W • on-snow access for Challenge Aspen! More dining options-breakfast,lunch and dinner and a good spread of price ranges W • reasonable retail-not just t-shirt stores,wide mix of shops and eateries W • Restaurants,retail,night life W • The beauty salon kept. W • wait and see how things change with the big base W • walking retail area that is easy to access M • 1970s fagade gone! More efficient use of retail space,better and more restaurants. M • A convenient store,a mail drop box M • A few more restaurants M • A few more trees M • A good deli and more restaurants Source:RRC Associates Page77 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 035 What are a few key elements you would like to see in the mall area? M • A level playing field for all merchants without Skico dominance M • A mix of dining,shopping and retail opportunities-a diverse architectural feel,no real estate companies M • A placeto gather and see neighbors M • A place where the mom and pop shop can afford to rent M • A real conference center/major hotel complex M • Access,better restaurants M • Additional parking M • Adequate transportation facility(buses,parking and pedestrian);more open space/people space to give some human element in redevelopment M • Adequate,dean,visible rest rooms M • Affordability of local merchants M • Affordable rental space for shops and restaurants-not real estate offices M • Affordable rents for locals to operate businesses,not chains M • Affordable restaurant and Gene Taylors locals ski shop M • Affordable restaurants and shops M • Art,sculpture,better stonework,wider gathering spots M • Balance M • Basic services M • Better restaurants M • Better restaurants M • Better restaurants,coffee/bakery with longer hours M • Better restrooms M • Better transit station,friendlier hangout areas M • Boutique stores,bigger park area,more foot traffic M • Casual restaurants M • Cheaper restaurants,convenience store,keep it viable M • Children's clothing M • Clothing boutiques and restaurants M • Coffee house,bookstore,good restaurants,library,movie theater/video rental M • Conference center,F&B,shops M • Convenient and well kept public bathrooms M • Conversation areas,water feature,fire pits M • Don't'ask"contractors for compliance-demand M • Don't allow bike to be ridden in mall M • Don't really care,never go there M • Drug store,happy hour bar,a few restaurants M • Ease of access M • Ease of access for families vacationing M • Easier access between levels M • Easier access,no slope to get to mall,ski shops,coffee and more and better places to eat Water M • Easier mobility-more on a level surface-more areas to sit and enjoy M • Eliminate the tacky music blaring from speakers M • Finished M • Flowers,fountains,benches,people M • Gap,Macy's,Pay Less,Mac Donald's(sic) M • Gathering area(fountain/fire pit/stage for music) M • Gathering places(witness the Disabled Ski Week event) M • Get rid of the mall,centralize the village. M • Give me a small town western main street. M • Good dining options,breakfast-variety M • Good food,good sports equipment in good service,clothing for everyday wear M • Good pedestrian atmosphere;cafes;small shops M • Good priced eateries and a variety. Hardware store. Nice combo ofski/clothing accessories stores. Ski service. M • Good restaurant M • Good restaurants M • Good restaurants M • Good restaurants,clothing stores that are not only designer M • Good restaurants,day spa Source:RRC Associates Page 78 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 035 What are a few key elements you would like to see in the mall area? M • Good restaurants,interactive fountain(summer),live music M • Good restaurants/bars/affordable shops not shops for the wealthy M • Gourmetfood store,better restaurants,central gathering spot M • Great places to eat,board shops M • Great restaurants,especially breakfast! M • Green space,gardens,ice rink M • Hardware store M • Hardware store M • Hotel,shops,improved conference facilities M • I hope the existing merchants and restaurants will not be forced out by high rents and new building M • I love the mall. It's quaint and village-like. Don't change it, We are NOT Aspen. M • Ice rink M • If Base Village is what it is supposed to be-the Mall is DEAD! M • If everything else is getting a'facelift'the mall could sure use one too M • Improve the shuttle boarding location M • Increased 7/11 or grocery services M • Increased variety of restaurants,shops,and educational classroom facility M It should have been all residential and all the commercial should have been moved down to Base Village. We don't need 3 separate commercial areas!!! M • Keep it going,move real estate offices to back of house M Keep it quaint. Like the existing mall. Stay away form modern,contemporary architecture. Keep the tower. M • Keep it unique and quaint M Large gas fire pit M • Less complaining that shop owners don't make enough money. They were the ones that expanded the mall. M • Less empty storefronts M • Less real estate offices M • Less real estate,more unique shops M • Less ski/sports stores,more general usage stores M • Local small businesses,lots of reasonably priced food M Local,affordable shops M • Locals owningloperating shops and restaurants like the old days M • Love the Xmas things M Low rent M • Low rise,places to eat,movies M • Maybe we don't/won't need it M • Mini golf and alpine slide M • Moderate priced restaurants,clothing other than souvenir items,kids'clothing and toys,coffee shop,movie theater,multipurpose space M • Mom and Pop stores M • More access and more parking M • More activities for young adults,Panera Bread,and other restaurants and bars M • More and better restaurants,upgraded grocery M • More dining/bars M • More direct access and maybe enclosement for enhancement M • More easy parking,good restaurants,more diverse shops M • More employee housing everywhere! There are no employees left! M • More food selections,shopping,Internet cafes,lava lounges M • More friendly hang out areas M • More informal sitting areas,more landscaping M • More outside dining,art fairs,information booth M • More parking M • More people M • More people friendly,better hang areas M • More refined dining-less'bar food' M • More restaurants-things open in off season M • More restaurants and bar M • More restaurants of high quality M • More restaurants,rec center,better shopping,grocery store M • More retail,less real estate offices! Source:RRC Associates Page 79 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 035 What are a few key elements you would like to see in the mall area? M • More ski shops and restaurants M • More visitors M • Movie theatre and bring back the drug store. Performing arts. M • Movie theatre;cleaners open on weekends M • Movies,affordable food choices,a market(all purpose) M • Multiple dining options,book store M • New botique(sic)type shops,better restaurants M • Nice bathroom on the ground floor M • Nice restaurants and bars,NOT beer/pizza joints and T-shirt shops M • Nightlife M • Nite life,higher end bars,places for teens,more'quality restaurants' M • No chains(or at least big chains!) M • No more housing! Movie theater,events center,racquetball courts,anything but housing! M • No more real estate offices M • NO newspaper machines M • Non chain stores/restaurants M • Not just ritzy stores. Something for families,children! M • Nothing. Too many building already! Pasture? Gardens? M • Old fashion soda fountain,pet board and care,movie M • Open space M • Open space,patio dining,outdoor feel(planted areas) M • Open space,restrooms M • Outdoor dining improved M • Outdoor patios at restaurants/bars,down to earth shops,video/DVD store,pharmacy M • Parking garage,better pedestrian movement(escalators) M • Parking,restaurants,ambience M • People M • Place for young people M • Quality dining,a little more class! Ifs a little too casual looking. M • Redevelop with emphasis on hotels,condos M • Reduced and enhanced commercial core M • Rent out some restaurants-bars M • Rents low enough to allow for individually owned unique shops M • Replace it soon. Spray weeds in concrete cracks. Keep clean. M • Restaurants M • Restaurants open past 9 PM M • Restaurants,sales tax comparable to rest of valley M • Restaurants,shopping,NO real estate agencies M • Restaurants;open in the off-season! M • Retail on ground level M • Retail,restaurants,fewer bars. Support of existing retailers. M • Room to move,cheap options,personality M • Seating M • Several good new restaurants M • Shops,restaurants,movie theater,ice rink M • Skating,broomball,theatre M • Small center for winter PM activity for guests with families M • Small grocery(especially for tourists) M • Small ice rink(see Beech Mountain in SC) M • Small,proprietor-owned shops M • Some more for teens to do,movies,arcade,etc. M • Some really good restaurants equivalent to those in Aspen M • Some specialty shops,offices,transportation facilities,restrooms M • Something for the kids to do at any time M • Summer visitors M • Sustaining existing businesses M • Tasters Source:RRC Associates Page 80 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q35 What are a few key elements you would like to see in the mall area? M • Tear it down and start over. M • The coffee place to stay open later M • The mall has no character. Nothing draws you in. Restaurants could be better,some havent changed their menu in 30 years(or their decor). M • The old mall? It is horrible but fixable. M • Torn down and rebuilt. That place is awful. We should also have consistent hours for all stores.' M • Total reconstruction M • Turn it into condos M • Uncertain-depends on how key elements would interface with Base Village M • Update the building,stop running the retailers out M • Upgraded restaurants,and more of them M • Upgraded store fronts-some personality M • Upscale shops and restaurants M • Varied dining;perpetuation of the Cirque;more visible Visitors/Chamber access M • Variety of shop types,restaurant types,not all high-end or national chains,no/few vacancies M • Various shops,including ski shops and others resembling the old Oxbow shop M • Viable and busy businesses and happy business owners M • Viable mix of retail/restauranUservice. Love the special events like craft fairs. M • Visitor information booth with live people to assist M • Vitality,open year round M • Whatever makes it viable Source:RRC Associates Page 81 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q37(Town's management and communications concerning construction)If you are not satisfied,what could we be doing better? W • again developers are in control W • Always a week behind W • Communication is fine. The massive construction is very noisy. Trucks beeping early in the morning. W • Communications-very good. Management-more can be done with noisy construction trucks and dust(on Brush Creek Road). W • Communications from the Town are very good. W • communications is great;the amount of construction is mind-boggling. W • Currently Excellent. W • Everything W • Excellent W • EXCELLENT W • Holding Base Village construction to the promises made during the review process. W • How convenient this section seems to be missing the response section... W • I am confident that the folks working together on the plan are doing well. I have liked what 1 have seen/observed so far of the new town manager,and the staff all seem committed and energetic. W • IT IS GOOD W • it's always"if you don't let me do it now-it'll take 2x as long and you'll suffer" we need to keep safe pedestrian access-right now you have to drive everywhere just to keep from getting run over. W • KAthleen does a great job getting the information to interested people. W • Make sure the fiaggers are awake and paying attention. You can have the best plan in the world but if the front line employees are not following through you've got nothing. W • More updated pictures on all projects. W • Not satisfied-I guess I would like to know more of what the developers are planning to do,is that a question that should be directed to the people purchasing the Silvertree&Confemece Center and the majority owners of the West Village mall area. W • plenty of management but not enough inforcement W • Prohibit concrete trucks,dump trucks and cranes from using Brush Creek Road during peak hours(7-8 AM and 5-6 PM) W • THE STREET SWEEPER IS ANNOYING! I always get stuck behind it...what is the purpose of it anyway? W • The website has great current info. I just didn't know about it until now. Publicize the site more. Maybe a sign that people would read while they're stuck in constructior traffic. W • They try hard,but out of control and council gave away to much to fast with no accountablity of developers. W • very good W • Watch those trucks spewing out the exhaust and site them so that the owners keep their trucks up to date and maintained. M • Actually requiring developers to do what they said they would do,have some consequences M • Although plans are in place for improvements they are slow in becoming effective M • Base Village is in constant violation and causes dangers to SMV residents M • Be honest! M • Better construction phasing M • Better management of road crews directing traffic M • Better road detour management M • Bettersignage! M • Better this year than last M • CMP has not to date been finalized-instead of a TOSV mandate it's a"negotiated'type of ordinance totally in favor of the developers SO FAR M • Communicate better M • Communicate timing of construction/impact M • Communicating the truth M • Communication has been poor;we are mostly in the dark about particulars M • Communication is pretty good. But town is allowing too many impacts to help the developer at the expense of the community. M • Communication since construction start is good-prior to vote and in lead-up period,disastrously poor M • Communications are good. Gen'I management is doing all right-not superior. M • Companies need to stick to their plan. Council needs to stick to rules. M • Contain rampant development,there will always be the desire to do more M • Control dust from Base Village and Town Hall. Further restrict developers closing roads and controlling traffic to give priority to construction vehicles. M • Coordinate construction activities M • Developers live by what they say and promise to do,when they say they will do it. Do not close roads in peak traffic hours. M • Email newsletter to second home owners as well as full time residents M • Email residents-update AHEAD of permit granting M • Email updates M • Enforce rules to developer Source:RRC Associates Page 82 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q37(Town's management and communications concerning construction)If you are not satisfied,what could we be doing better9 M • Enforcing M • Explain progress M • Gain inputfrom the community as to what might work better with roads,parking,etc. M • Get it over with M • Get out of the way M • Get out there and experience the hassles we go through M • How can I comment when this plan has never been communicated to me? M • I do like all the announcements in the paper;I do not think the development is being well managed M • Inform,control,decide quicker M • Involvement with condo owner and winter ski comparisons and cooperations M • It's a free for all and too much is happening at once-quality of life here has gone from a 10 to a 2 M • Keep the roads open M • Keeping us informed,letting us know time frames,keeping to the time frames M • Less developer lying M • Limit major construction to off seasons as some European resorts do M • Make the construction contractors live tip top and toe the line. Kathleen has a truly difficult job and I think she's doing wonderfully,but the construction/contractors aren't respecting the TOSV or the community! M • Manage construction traffic better. Manage road closures better. Inform pubic better. M • Manage developers better M • Maybe website and newsletter tracking of"red tags,"week's construction events,%completion of most important 25 projects. M • More accurate and timely M • More communication M • More frequent bulletins M • More pictures of buildings under construction M • Move the project a bit quicker M • Nail the developers down as to their plans M • Need to not cater to developers needs M • Newspaper reports do help M • No warning on traffic this summer,perhaps offer some automatic emails and keep them truly informative-don't include useless info M • Not allow road construction during high seasons! M • Not doing and redoing roads M • Not tearing up roads in midsummer at the height of tourist season. How dumb can you get? M • Pain to deal with dirt and road closures-but understand that's what it takes M • Peak ofsummer season and it feels like a war zone.Confusion with flags,heavy equipment,safety,long waits,dust and more dust,noise. M • Please let us knowwebsite link M • Provide advance info on road blockages M • Require builders to finish what they started before being allowed to tear down and start something else M • Respond in actions M • Resume the base village meetings,blast emails,newspaper ads/features M • Road maintenance Is a wreck) M • Roads are not adequately marked at night M • Send out detailed maps of changes more often M • Set benchmarks for amount of construction this town can handle and live by them. Stop granting so many variances to the town master plan. M • Slowing down,communicating better,representing community interests rather than developers' M • Start over M • Stop construction all at the same time M • Stop the bad before if happens,don't tell us about it after M • Tell us how long roads will be closed. Use mailboxes. M • Tell us in the newspaper what's happening? Also,how far along is the pmjectlwhen will A end?! M • Telling the truth M • The flaggers have some"close calls'with misdirecting cars. M • The village is a mess,the planning for all of this was never done M • They bend over backward to satisfy the B.V.developers. M • They hold things back but everyone knows someone and it's all out unfortunately,like the road to mall to be straightened by creek with a(sic)impending plan for MORE real estate!! M • Three years on one park?! Finish SOMETHING. M • Tighten controls over developers Source:RRC Associates Page 83 of87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q37(Town's management and communications concerning construction)If you are not satisfied,what could we be doing better? M • Too many behind the scenes agreements with developers M • Too many changes from original approvals and timetables M • Total mess road's built to small roundabout a joke! Community center UGLY design.(sic) M • Traffic control sucks,holes and road surface sucks,delays suck,dust and mud suck! M • Traffic control,noise,dust M • We have no knowledge of what the buildings going up are going to be-certainly M • What is the plan 3 months,6 months out..,not just this week? M • Why do we finish one project and then turn around and dig it all up again? M • You are not communicating at all! M • You seem to be taking excess time in completing road and beautification projects,unnecessary road closures M • You're in over your head M • Zero tolerance on building construction infractions Source:RRC Associates Page 84 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Q38 Do you own or rent your residence?(OTHER) W • work here,live downvalley W • Will own new condo in SBV. Previously owned TIO's in snowmass Inn and Pokolodi Lodge. W • used to be In emp housing W • Our condos do have deed restrictions W • lived down valley,New Castle,open market M • Employer owned employee unit M • Housing thru job M • Live in employer provide housing,moving to TOSV deed restricted. M • Own our own home Q42 Where is your residence within the Town of Snowmass Village located?(OTHER) W • Woody Creek(not in TOSV) M • Interlude W • Woodrun M • Interlude W • Woodbridge M • Interlude W • wood run M • Laurelwood W • Willows M • Laurelwood original owner W • Village North M • Lichenhearth W • the pines M • Lower Willows W • The Enclave M • Meadow Ranch W • Tamarack M • Ridge Run W • Snowmass Villas M • Ridge Run W • Seasons Four Condos M • Ridge Run W • Seasons Four M + Ridge Run W • Seasons Four M • Ridge Run W • Ridge Run neighborhood M • Ridge Run 4 W • Ridge Run III M • River Run W • Ridge run IV M • Seasons Four W • Ridge Run M • Stonebridge Condos W • Ridge Run M • Stonebridge Inn W • Ridge Run M • Tamarack W • Owl Creek M • Terrace House W • outside the town's limits M • Timberline W • off Faraway M • Timberline W • not going to say M • Timberline W • north Ridge Lane/Faraway area M • Timberline W • meadow ranch M • TOV W • meadow ranch M • Under construction in Base Village W • Homestead M • Upper Woodrun W • Enclave M • Wildridge W • Daly Town Homes M • Willows W • Daly Town Homes M • Wood Road W • C-dale M • Wood Road W • Brush Creek-Snowmass Villas M • Wood Run W • Blue Roofs. M • Wood Run W • Basalt M • Wood Run M • Center Willows M • Woodrun M • Creekside M • Woodrun M • Crestwood M • Woodrun I M • Crestwood M • Woodrun V M • Daly Townhomes M • Fairway Drive M • Faraway Rd.area Source:RRC Associates Page 85 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Additional comments from mailback survey: M • All condo complexes should be required to recycle. We need a mayor with the character of Mick Ireland,not one who is in bed with developers. M • All I have heard(about Town's housing)availability is terrible as well as quality M • As a second homeowner and seasonal resident,we love SV and think most everything it has and is doing are great.We are very concerned with the short and long term consequences of all the growth and development taking place,and don't want to see our little village become too crowded with houses on every parcel of land.We are also concerned that perhaps too much control is being placed in the hands ofthis one company/man,Pat Smith and Related West Pac,which may or may not be good. M • As an avid outdoor enthusiat,hiker,climber,and mountain biker I took special interest in any questions pertaining to trails within Snowmass Village. I use and respect Snowmass Village's trails extensively. One of the biggest abuses I see on the various trails around Snowmass is by equestrian/outfitters in the area. When the trails are wet a 1000 lb horse can practically destoy a trial by"post-holing"in. Even though my 1601b body(or my 160 lb body and my 25 lb mountain bike)has significantly less impact on a trail than a 1000 lb horse I still avoid trail use during wel/muddy time to prevent trial damage. Horseback riders should be more respectful of trails and be held accountable for the damage they do. I realize in the case of an outfitter this is their livlihood but they ruin it for everyone. I have worked with trail maintenance crews in the past and have never once seen anyone representing equestrians lend a hand. M • As you know housing is a tough issue.Your(sic)penalized for saving money.We're a very average family saving for retirement,only buying cars when we've saved the money and don't believe in debt.We don't qualify to buy,can't afford 2-million.We know SV is a wonderful place,but so are other towns where we can live affordably. M • Base Village is a huge mistake-we hear over and over again how much people like Snowmass because it is NOT like Vail M • Can't live in Town employee housing because cats aren't allowed-RIDICULOUS-let us pay a deposit M • Can't vote,just pay taxes and receive criticism for being a second homeowner. Someone is staying in my home 6 months a year. M • Do not let the developers redevelop the center until base village is finished. 1 landlord for all business rentals is so ridiculous and unfair to all businesses. M • Don't know what good this will do,just waste more tax payer$.SMV only cares about people with$.Second and third homeowner run this place.Local's aren't treated the same way.(sic) M • I don't feel that my concerns will make a difference because in the end you will always choose$$$the almighty dollar over a good strong community of long term locals!! M • I hope this survey is not costing the village as much as it appears. I think the depth and length is excessive. (respondent did not complete the survey) M • I love Snowmass,but I hale what's happening to it. The many are suffering for the benefit of a few. Some growth is ok,but this is out of control! M • I would like to be able to vote on town issues M • I'm concerned about the Base Village Hotel-I would prefer a nationally recognized brand-never heard ofViceroy Hotels and still only know what has been"fed"to us by Related. I'm concerned the"boutique hotel"is not in our best interests. I don't feel we should price Snowmass out of the market so that young families can't stay. When someone is looking at a nationally recognized hotel they know what to expect and there is comfort in that. M • Joe,Terri very good but we need more housing. What about the land behind market. Put more housing then(sic)required!! M • Less black lop and roofs-leave the'green"alone M • Marc needs to be pulled out of the backside of Jim Crown. Our once small town has been handed over on a silver platter to money interests of people who never have to set foot in this construction hellhole. Where was the town representation for the 49%of people who were for moderate growth. This is a management nightmare, time to move out. M • Much of the'New Snowmass"has been built by the windfall of real estate sales,RETT,and taxes based upon increasing property values. Most projects have been over budget. Snowmass cannot keep spending at this level without considering the long term cash flow needed to maintain and run these facilities. It is time to revisit all income streams and build reserves for a rainy day. M • Need more cell towers-Divide,Owl Creek Road,etc. M • Need more housing for full time residents M • Now the"new guys"at base village want more time shares! They try to fool us to think they are"green,"want employee housing,and care about the community. They don't-just the bottom line. And the Town Council falls for it and caves in. M • Overall,as a free market owner we are thrilled with the price boost the new village has created.The thing that is upsetting is that we can't sell our 70s home and move into a new one or remodel ours because it's too expensive.If you don't qualify for employee housing and don't have millions,you're in a bind.We have 2 extremes in the housing market here,and very outdated homes needing work.The new Village looks great,concerned too much too fast?Have all impacts been thought out? What's our draw?I live here and rarely shop/dine and why? M • Overall,I think the folks here do a great job of stewardship. I don't think they consider second homeowners as a resource and that is a mistake. Some are not here much and do not want to be involved,but many of us are here 4-6 months a year and want Snowmass to be all it can be. By that I mean,a first class resort community with a strong civic pride. We should try to eliminate differential treatment between permanent residents and second homeowners. M • Please adopt a noise ordinance with set decibel limits and set hours' M • Quit building so much. No more empty condos. If we must build empty condos-figure out how to gel more$from owners for community amenities. M • Rules for buying(Town housing)should be revisited in reference to working for Skico as a year-round employee M • Screening/eligibility for housing should be updated. ex:more weight given to families where both adults are employed full time in the village. M • Skico is a bottom line-driven corporation.One goal-money.In the process,they foul the environment and basically"buy"the tourist at great cost to our environment. Every core.lacks a conscience that might affect their profit.Only our gov't can stop Skico from harming the quality of life-govt is the last voice of conscience.SV needs to slow down and turn back the clock.In its race to outdo Whistler,Vail,Aspen and Copper it has added amenities every year.Does the Eiffel Tower change and add"stuff every year?The current"wisdom'dictates change as a necessity.It takes guts to get off that program and be a REAL resort!and a happy stress-free resort. Source:RRC Associates Page 86 of 87 SNOWMASS VILLAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY FINAL RESULTS 2007 Additional comments from mailback survey: M • Snowmass Center Development you guys better be carefull it could be a disaister(sic) M • Survey is too long and not consistent In questions to allow consistency in responses M • Terry(housing dept.)can be very difficult to deal with M • Terry and Joe in Housing are awesome,two thumbs up M • Thank you for the opportunity to participate. Have assisted in preparation of surveys in task,not easy task M • Thanks for asking,you should do this survey yearly. The Town needs a brand name hotel as no one has heard of the Viceroy. I thought that was once a cigarette. Not a good thing or a name for a hotel in Snowmass. Do not let the city slicker hoodwink the town. M • The key to most people's experience is based on the place they stay. In our example this is Crestwood. Be proactive in encouraging the complexes to be a friendlier face to the world......The board needs to be replaced and reminded it is still the owners complex and not just a piggy bank for contractors. M • The size and scope of the emerging base village is ghastly,monstrous and totally out of dimension with the original feel and concept of the village.The Crown family and Skioo did a real flimflam job on the Council along with a follow-up gathering of"employee-resident-voters"to get their project approved(barely)-then dumped the whole package for what must have been an incredible profit.Then,in comes Pat Smith with all kinds of change requests,leaving council with much egg on the face. Sad.Not to mention the future would be remiss-years more of pounding truck traffic,noise,congestion,total destruction of a beautiful view.Dump the council! M • The sooner the Town of Snowmass and Aspen establish a world class art museum similar to the art museum in Jackson Hole,WY,the better for the towns. We need to connect all 4 mtns for skiing enjoyment and world class ambience. Both SMV and Aspen desperately need more parking facilities. Go under the existing parks for parking garages,parking problems are a huge problem and a turn-off to people to want to even shop which is bad for the retail business at large. We need to get a trair into this valley ASAP! Public transportation is the only way to survive into the 21st century! These NIMBYs are narrow-minded idiots! M • The TOSV has a fair lottery system. Muchmore than we can sayfor Pitkin County,and TOSV actively works WITH residents to develop new housing. (Also)thank you for asking our opinions. I hate to just stand around griping with friends when we should be working on solutions. M • The TOSV offices that are being constructed are on apiece of property that is worth far more than we can afford.Should have been sold and the huge profit to fund a total facility in valley by Sri graveyard or surrounding maintenance facility.If absentee(sic)owners are tundras of RETT then they should have more to say about where those$are spent. M • There are never enough employee housing units available and many of those are inferior-I've had friends and relatives who've been badly serviced by the Housing Dept. In fact responses to floods,poor insulation and other problems have been slow and sometimes nonexistent. M • Town Council meetings go way too long-that Arnie talks and talks-he clearly is controlled by a few people in town and he is so negative.I've quit paying attention to the meetings when he talks. M • Town Managers letter re renovation of CC Townhomes was off base. Did it represent the feelings of the council?If n of he should not have written it telling people not to vote for the renovation.Rein him in! M • Very sad what has happened to the town! M • When is this community understand(sic)that business needs to make profits.Profit is not bad.They msut work with business not against them.Related West Pac is hear(sic)to stay and we can get a much better project ifwe took an open mind and make changes with them.Now is the time to act.Not latter(sic). We need the press to get off their backs and accept change. The people voted ves. If you had allowed second homeowners to vote you would have increased the vote to 70%for change. Why not consider on major financial issues allow 2nd homeowners to M. M • Would love to get communication via email about Town. There is nothing here[Aspiration Statement]that truly says we have honoring our environment and earth. Without that there is no substantial resort. I like the village and not the resort. M • You can sometimes be a role model community not by being the biggest,but by preserving and retaining the integrity of the original design,through balance for all M • You need better lighting by the rec center and bus stop. Someone will get run over.Maybe there will be a complete Snowmelt Road this year. Asphalt in front of Tamaracks? Snowmek-asphalt-Snowmelt M • You need housing where people can have pets and feel it is a home.Nor rental of course. Source.RRC Associates Page 87 of87