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08-04-14 Town Council PacketsSNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA AUGUST 04, 2014 PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE — ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THE STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON - AGENDA ITEMS (5- minute time limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No. 4: NEXT GENERATION DISCUSSION (Time: 30 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Listen to presentation - Skippy Mesirow /Christine Benedetti .. ...........................Page 1 Item No. 5: RESOLUTION NO. 26, SERIES OF 2014 — A RESOLUTION APPOINTING AN EX- OFFICIO MEMBER TO THE MARKETING, GROUP SALES AND SPECIAL EVENTS BOARD (Time: 15 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny Resolution No. 26, Series of 2014 -- Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk ........ ...........................Page 66 Item No. 6: RESOLUTION NO. 29, SERIES OF 2014 — A RESOLUTION REPEALING TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 21, SERIES OF 2014 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT REGARDING THE COMPREHENSIVE VALLEY TRANSPORTATION PLAN (Time: 5 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny Resolution No. 29, Series of 2014. - -John Dresser, Town Attorney .......... ...........................Page 71 Item No. 7: MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) - -Gary Suiter ... ............................... ...........................Page 74 Item No. 8: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING: • August 18, 2014 — Regular Meeting 08- 04 -14tc Agenda Page 2of2 • September 6, 2014 — Regular Meeting • September 22, 2014 — Regular Meeting ........................................... ............................... Page 77 Item No. 9: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: • July 21, 2014 — Regular Minutes ................ ............................... ...........................Page 80 Item No. 10: COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS: • August • September • October .......................................... ............................... Page 86 Item No. 11: EXECUTIVE SESSION Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24 -6- 402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c), to specifically discuss one item: a) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the session has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6 - 402(4)(f)(1) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(6); Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two - thirds of the quorum present at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of considering item (a) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall occur at this Executive Session. Item No. 12: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approx 1 hour (excluding items 1- 3 and 8 -12 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. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 4 THE CITY OF ASPEN 4eaxWN OE Guiding Principles Charting Our Course: Mission and Philosophy .............1 Who We Are: The faces of NextGen ..........................2 By -Laws and Foundational Documents ....................1 7 Strategic Initiatives Overview................................ ............................... 3 Demographic Survey ................. ..............................6 Social Outreach and Community Integration.......... 10 Internal Outreach and Communication ....................1 2 Local Boards Initiative ........... ..............................1 5 Nominating Committee ........... ..............................1 6 Contact........................... ..............................3 0 08- 04 -14TC packet 6 Mission Statement To advance the policy interests of the 18-40 year old demographic who live or work within the Aspen area. ■ I ■ A ■ ■ We believe the continued flourishing of Aspen depends on an active and engaged citizenry of diverse backgrounds, ethnicities and ages. This diversity has always been the cornerstone of Aspen's distinctive character and vitality. As a community members, we feel it is our responsibility to give back, bind together, and actively shape Aspen's future for the benefit of us all. It is in this spirit that NextGen has formed and we look forward to serving our demographic, our community and our City. 1 08 -04 -14 TC packet 7 08 -04 -14 TC packet Skippy Leigh Upton Mesirow Lindsey Palardy Chair ° Founding Member Social Entrepreneur, Aspen Development Manager at Institute employee, AVSC Coach Aspen Youth Center, Law & Co -Chair ADI "" and Policy professional Christine Benedetti Co- Chair Freelance writer, Aspen Historical Society marketing director Jennifer Burnett Treasurer Mom, Broker Associate, Environ- mental Enthusiast, Artist Olivia Seigel Founding Member Neuroscience degree from Brandeis, Community Outreach Director at ACES Jill Teehan Founding Member Attorney at Law Praxidice Founder ADI, London Schoi of Economics Grad Obermeyer Asset Management, ['jjjM§Ljj= Owner of Portfolio Aspen Former Springboard Chair properties. Buddy Program Catherine Lutz Founding Member Freelance writer, editor, and photographer. Mother OT two. 8 2 EMMA P-1 4M What We Do Aspen NextGen is a proposed commission of the City of Aspen. NextGen was formed with the mission of better identifying, representing and advancing the civic and community interests of 18-40 year olds who live or work in the Aspen. We do this by engaging with our demographic and local Elected Officials to help advise on policy decisions. The Specifics • NextGen serves Aspen with the goal of making it as vibrant and successful a community as it can be. • NextGen responds to inquiries from City Council on how policy decisions will affect the 18-40 year -olds living or working in Aspen • NextGen utilizes surveys, events, and other forms of outreach to understand the concerns and needs of our demographic • NextGen attempts to engage the 18-40 year -olds by placing them on City boards, involving them in governmental processes and educating them on policy - related issues • NextGen aims to empower our demographic by concretely showing that our actions can in fact have )act. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 9 4eax WN * Our Approach Does NextGen take a position on policy issues? • It depends. NextGen's job is to advise Council on how policy affects our demographic, helping to make a better Aspen for us all. If there is clear consensus and energy in our demographic, then we will advocate that position. If there is not, then we will respond to the needs of Council and present all sides of an issue. How does NextGen decide policy issues and goals? • NextGen surveys 18-40 year -olds both formally and informally about their policy concerns. It reviews the results of this research, and identifies policy issues that can be addressed with the time and resources available. Why should I get involved? • We live in a small community where a collective voice can meaningfully impact local policy decisions. NextGen serves as this collective voice, taking in individual concerns and synthesizing them for City Council. Think of NextGen like a "shortcut to Council". M 08 -04 -14 TC packet 10 Our Approach How do I get more involved in NextGen? • Join the email list to stay on top of things. • Take our surveys- surveys are very important because they provide data to support our positions • Attend events • Give us feedback through the website • Apply to serve on the NextGen Commission 5 08 -04 -14 TC packet 11 Process Phase 1 : Identify core issues A: Background Research - Phase 1 (items below are in no particular order) B: Identify the authority dic- tating the policy outcome (e.g., law, regulation, rule, guidance) C: Talk with "experts" (can be in any sector - non- profit, government, corporate) D: ID "gatekeepers" to decision makers on these is- sues E: Research options /solutions currently prohibited by policy and /or market forces F: Identify and engage all perspectives on each issue Phase 2: Partners and Preparation (Fall /Before Holidays) A: Identify partners (e.g. Ski Co, RFTA) that will help us get survey out as efficiently as possible. 0 08 -04 -14 TC packet 12 • :I Old"- M-W-4mi, B: Draft survey - 1 page double sided 1 . Gathers demographics and respondents perceptions of the biggest challenges living and working in the Aspen Area 2. English and Spanish versions available Phase 3: Implementation & Utilization (November - January) A: Conduct Survey in conjunction with partners 1. Email blasts 2. On ground blitzes (Bus Stops, Gondi Plaza) 3. Host mixer / survey event B: Synthesize research - based on survey findings, decide whether Next Gen can reasonably affect voter behavior on the issues identified important to our demographic. C: Take action 1 . Design a campaign with timelines and measurable goals a. Voter Education, handouts, newspaper articles, signs b. Voter Outreach - meetings, forums, etc. c. Voter Encouragement /Incentives: Celebrities, rewards, voting parties, voter registration 7 08 -04 -14 TC packet 13 4eaxQ* Sample Survey Are you age 18 -4d? Do you live and /or work In the Aspen area *? If so, please complete this short survey! *We define ',Aspen area" to include all cdirimunities within the Aspen School District (roughly Aspen to Snowmass Village,. including Woody Creek). Who we are: The Next Generation Advisory Commission is a group of individuals aged 18-40 that live and /or work in the Aspen area. We are conducting this survey to understand the biggest challenges faced by those in our demographic trying to live and /or Work in the Aspen area. Please answer the following questions. Unless indicated, please select one answer: 1. 2. 3 4. ?Aspen B. For your top three challenges (ranked 1 -3 above), please explain why each challenge negatively impacts your ability to live in the Aspen area. L Challenge: Why? j. Challenge: Why? Q Challenge: Why ?_ Q 08 -04 -14 TC packet 14 Sample Survey 5. Would you like to work in the Aspen area longterm*? We define "long term" to mean you do not currently intend to leave the Aspen area. a. Yes b. No 2 A. What are the biggest challenges you face to working in the Aspen area? If you do not Work in the Aspen area, what do you perceive to be the biggest challenges? Please rank them 1- 6, with 1= biggest impact and 6 = smallest impact. a. Career /Business opportunity b. Childcare C, education d. Health care e. Housing f. Low wages and /or benefits g. Affordable workspace h. Other: ry`' _I don't face any challenges working in the Aspen are_�� B. For your top three challenges (ranked 1 -3 above), pl impacts your ability to work in the Aspen area. a. Challenge: Why ?. b. Challenge: Why? c. Challenge: Why-> 10. What is your householc a. < $3Q;OOC b. $30 ;000 $45000 C. $45;000 — $`60;000 d. $60,000 — $$0,000 e. $80,000— $100,000 f. > $100,000 e? each challenge negatively dren while living and/or working in the Aspen area? the Aspen area END OF SURVEY OPTIONAL: To receive updates on our initiatives, please provide your email: 4 08 -04 -14 TC packet 15 "TWD a 3! 9 Website Timeline: Funding by December; Complete by January SiteMap a 7-0 - In ft News I ftt 08 -04 -14 TC packet Zl 7#17 0 0� r 16 10 M, R0:1 IN a a Community Outreach • Create Non - Profit and Youth Group Partnerships • Create Handout Brochure • Press Releases / Letters to the Editor • Social Media Presence • Mixer Event(s) • Survey Presence • Email Blasts 0 1 %% (((, � 1� ,&,, n a • APR Interview • Newsletter * *—N 08 -04 -14 TC packet 17 ... 11 !"M� No ► IL Targets of Outreach 1 . City Council and pertinent Aspen governmental agencies 2. Snowmass Village and Pitkin County governing bodies 3. Youth -based and young professional focused groups -AYPA -ADI - Spring Board - Junior or associate boards of local groups 4. Local political groups and candidates (Democrats and Republicans) 5. Valley nonprofit groups 6. Local school systems - Aspen Dist - RE -1 Dist - Roaring Fork 7. Employers r r„ - Ski Co. - Large valley employers - Employers who emphasize young professionals 12 08 -04 -14 TC packet 18 2 MM 414 no; I Ilk A.Mr-Mol. � IM; M U Broad Goals Action Timeline Phase 1 • Reach out to City Council • Refine our "pitch "; one for each of our seven core constituencies • Draft form initial outreach letters to each constituency • Created roadmap of "downstream" Aspen governmental • Sent out initial letters /phone calls to youth -based groups and political groups Phase 2 (November- January) • Hold work session with Council • Create Initial " Roadmap" based on Council and Survey inputs • Send out initial emails and letters of introduction and purpose to all 7 constituencies • Set "learning sessions" meetings, begin to build lasting bonds • Begin process of integrating 1-7 contacts with subcommittee group • Create "connections" mapping document for board use and organization 13 08 -04 -14 TC packet 19 4 1-% N • Send out "keep us on your radar letter" to all constituencies Phase 3 (January- March) • Work with subcommittees to start putting plans to action • Check in with councils, set standardized recurring meeting with council to listen to their concerns and provide council where needed; establish attendance list based on needs and sub - committee focus • Maintain relationships with all parties • Follow up with youth -based groups • Oversight of survey, use existing groups where applicable • Revisit "connection" document; share with board as resource • Compile all "contacts" documents; share with board as resource Phase 4 (April -June) • Create "accomplishments" document and determine how to best utilize this information for press exposure and growth of credibility I. Push the above information to press 2. Set roadmap for next 2 years outreach • Follow up with school districts and business leaders niven hiring and schnni year starts 14 08 -04 -14 TC packet 20 Goal Get (1 ) representative from the 18-40 year old demographic on each of the City of Aspen, [Town of Snowmass, and Pitkin County] advisory boards. • This is an ongoing goal and will be revisited as boards have openings Phase 1 • Compile a list of volunteer boards for each entity • Research application requirements for each board: Phase 2 (November- January) • Reach out to board liaisons and other contacts at the City, Town, and County asking them to notify NextGen when there are openings • Periodically reach out to existing organizations that serve the demographic to cultivate interest in the advisory boards and positions that are open. Phase 3 (Feb- August) • Encourage those interested in serving on one of the existing boards to reach out to the liaison for more information • Encourage those interested to attend a meeting to see how they respond to the other members and the format of the meetings milestones 15 08 -04 -14 TC packet 21 t� Timeline (March- August) Directives ME I Z -,4 • Find members who increase board diversity • Strive to include members who help NextGen better demographically represent the Aspen Area, including but not limited to ethnicity, race, religion, age & sex • Look for members with diverse and representative careers including service industry, hospitality, athletes and outdoorsmen, non - profit and professionals • Continually look for new, younger members so the the commission will continue to re- generate over time and help sheppard in the next generation of Aspen's leaders Process • Work internally to develop "outreach lists" • Use email and social networks to solicit applications • Request nominations from partner organizations and other youth /non - profit /business groups • Solicit official applications from results of bullets 1-3 • Narrow field to an appropriate number of candidates • Conduct candidate interviews with Nominating Committee • Nominating Committee bring final candidate to the Annual I Nominating and Agenda- Setting Meeting • Commission votes on final additions 16 08 -04 -14 TC packet 22 The Aspen Area Next Generation Advisory Board, an unin- corporated association, agrees to the following By -Laws effective this 1 0th day of June, 2013. These By -Laws supersede and replace any and all prior By -Laws of the Board. 1. DEFINITIONS: 1.1. Annual Meeting: has the meaning described in Section 4.5. 1.2. Board: Board refers to the Aspen Area Next Generation Advisory Board, which shall have a perpetual existence. 1.3. Constituency: all 18-40 year olds who live or work in the Aspen area 1.4. Executive Committee: has the meaning described in Section 5. 17 08 -04 -14 TC packet 23 F WWI a 3!Q Wilmmik 1.5. Goals: Goals are defined in Section 2.2. 1.6. Members: Members are defined in Section 3.1. 2. MISSION AND GOALS: 2.1 Mission: To advance the policy interests of the 1 8- 40 year old demographic who live or work within the Aspen area. 2.2 Goals: The Board shall vote to approve annual Goals that promote the Mission at the Annual Meeting. 3. MEMBERSHIP: 3.1 Members. There shall be one class of Members who will be comprised of individuals between the ages of approximately 18-40 years old who live or work in the Aspen area. 3.2 Expectations of Members. Members are expected, amongst other things, to: (i) attend at least 75% of the Board meetings throughout the year, in person or by phone, (ii) sit on and actively participate in a committee, (iii) attend a majority of committee meetings, in person or by phone, and (iv) be an active and accountable participant in accomplishing the annual Goals. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 24 4. BOARD: 4.1. General Powers. The Board shall have the responsibility, duty and power to address the needs of the Constituency; to identify or propose the creation of policies and programmatic opportunities; to address those needs and to inform the necessary elected and appointed officials of those needs. The Board shall also serve as the meaningful voice to ensure that the Constituency is engaging with the City of Aspen. 4.2. Number, Tenure and Qualifications. The number of Members shall be no less than seven (7) and no more than twelve (1 2). A majority of the Members must be City of Aspen residents. All Members must live or work in the Aspen area. Members generally may not serve more than three consecutive two -year terms. However, for good cause, as determined by the Board Recruitment Committee and approved by the Board, the term limitation of three consecutive terms may be waived for Members whose contribution or participation will be difficult or impossible to replace. W 08 -04 -14 TC packet 25 4.3. Election of Members; Election of the Executive Committee. Any openings on the Board shall be filled through an election by the Board by a majority vote of the Board. Any and all Members may propose individuals to the Board Recruitment Committee to be elected as new Members. At the Annual Meeting, the Board shall elect Executive Committee members for a one year term as follows: (i) Chair of the Board, (ii) Vice -Chair of the Board, (iii) Treasurer, (iv) Secretary, and (v) any other officers the Board determines are necessary. The Secretary shall be responsible for collecting and organizing all nominations for Executive Committee positions. 4.4. Regular Meetings. Regular meetings of Board shall be held throughout the year as determined by the Members. The Board will meet at least four times throughout the year. The Secretary shall provide the Members with at least 10 days written notice of the location together with the exact date and time of the meeting. An agenda for each meeting will be circulated to the Members electronically by the Secretary at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting. The Board may provide by resolution the time and place, either within or without the State of Colorado, for the holding of additional regular meetings of the Board without other notice than such resolution. 4.5. Annual Meetings. An Annual Meeting shall be held each year as determined by the Executive Committee. At each Annual Meeting, the Board shall elect Executive Committee officers, set annual Goals, and determine the 08- 04- 14TCpacket d times for Boar( 26 eetings in the coming year. 2C e4 x * 4.6. Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Board may be called at the request of the Chair or a majority of the Board. 4.7. Notice of Special Meetings. Notice of any special meeting of the Board shall be given at least ten (1 0) days previous thereto by written notice delivered personally or sent by mail, e-mail or facsimile to each Member as shown in the records of the Board. Notices by e -mail are expressly authorized and shall be considered to be written notice. 4.8. Telephonic Attendance at Meetings: One or more Members, after reasonable prior arrangements, may participate in any meeting of the Board by means of a conference telephone or similar communication by which all persons participating in the meeting can hear one another simultaneously. Such participation shall constitute presence in person at such meeting. 4.9.. Quorum. Five Members, or one -half of the total number of Members plus one, whichever is greater, shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at any meeting of the Board. 4.10. Manner of Acting. The act of a majority of the Members casting votes at a meeting at which a quorum is present shall be the act of the Board, unless the act of a greater number is required by law or by these By -Laws. 21 08 -04 -14 TC packet 27 4.11 Proxies. Once a calendar year, any Member may authorize another Member to act for them by proxy in all matters in which a Member is entitled to participate, whether by waiving notice of any meeting, voting or participating at a meeting or expressing consent or dissent without a meeting. Every proxy must be in writing signed by the Member or sent electronically directly from the Member's email address of record, and must be received before the start of the meeting to which it applies. A proxy is only valid for the specific meeting provided. Every proxy shall be revocable at the pleasure of the Member executing it. Participation in a meeting by proxy shall not constitute presence in person at such meeting, nor shall it be counted towards quorum. 4.12 Action without a Meeting. Any action required or permitted to be taken by the Board may be taken without a meeting if all Members consent in writing to the adoption of a resolution authorizing the action and the written consent thereto is filed with the Secretary as minutes of the proceedings of the Board. An email from the Member's email address of record with the Board shall be sufficient written consent for purposes of this section. If, after reasonable efforts to reach a Member, a Member cannot be reached, then the Board may act without that Member's written consent. 22 08 -04 -14 TC packet 28 4.1 3. Vacancies. Any vacancy occurring in the Board by resignation, removal or otherwise and any vacancies to be filled by reason of an increase in the number of Members may be filled by the affirmative vote of a majority of the remaining Members, even though less than a quorum of the Board. Any Member filling a vacancy shall complete the term of the departing Member whose vacancy is being filled. 4.14. Compensation. Members as such shall not receive any stated salaries or other compensation for their services on the Board. 4.15. Removal. Any elected Member of the Board may be removed by the affirmative vote of three - fourths of all Members, whenever in their judgment the best interests of the Board would be served thereby. 4.16. Resignations. Any Member may resign at any time by delivering or emailing written notice of their resignation to the Chair or Secretary. Any such resignation shall be effective at the time specified therein. 23 08 -04 -14 TC packet 29 4eax WN 5. OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: 5.1 Officers. The officers of the Board shall be a Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer and a Secretary. The Board may elect or appoint such other officers as it shall deem desirable, such officers to have the authority and perform the duties prescribed, from time to time, by the Board. Only one office may be held by the same person at any one time. 5.2. Executive Committee. The Officers shall lead the Board in decision making, set the agenda for meetings, recommend annual Goals, and provide oversight and guidance to committees. 5.3. Election and Term of Office. The officers of the Board shall be elected annually by the Board at the Annual Meeting. If for any reason the election of officers shall not be held at such meeting, such election shall be held as soon thereafter as conveniently may be. New offices may be created and filled at any meeting of the Board. Each officer of the Board shall hold office until the next Annual Meeting and until his or her successor has been elected. The Chair may not serve more than two consecutive terms. However, for good cause, as determined by the Board Recruitment Committee and approved by the Board, this term limitation may be waived for a Chair whose contribution or participation will be difficult or impossible to replace. 24 08 -04 -14 TC packet 30 3 5.4. Removal. Any officer elected or appointed by the Board may be removed by the affirmative vote of three - fourths of all Members, whenever in their judgment the best interests of the Board would be served thereby. 5.5 Vacancies. A vacancy in any office because of death, resignation, removal, disqualification or otherwise, may be filled by the existing Board for the unexpired portion of the remaining term. 5.6 Chair. The Chair shall be the principal executive officer of the Board and shall in general supervise all of the business and affairs of the Board. The Chair shall conduct all meetings of the Board and the Executive Committee consistent with Roberts Rules of Order, or another method of facilitating decision making adopted by the Board. In general, the Chair shall perform all duties incidental to the office of Chair and such other duties as may be prescribed by the Board from time to time. The Chair shall serve as the primary liaison between the Members and the City of Aspen. 5.7 Vice - Chair. The Vice -Chair shall be the secondary executive officer of the Board and, in the Chair's absence, shall in general supervise all of the business and affairs of the Board. In general, the Vice - Chair shall perform all duties incidental to the office of Vice -Chair and such other duties as may be prescribed by the Chair or the Board from time to time. 25 08 -04 -14 TC packet 31 4 eztGEN 6.2. Permanent Standing Committees. The Board shall at all times have and maintain the following committees with the following basic responsibilities: 6.2.1 Executive Committee. The Board shall have and maintain an Executive Committee as more particularly described in Section 4.2. 6.2.2 Board Recruitment Committee. The Board Recruitment Committee shall consist of at least two Members appointed by the Board, to identify and recommend potential new Board members. 6.3. Other Committees. Other committees may be appointed in such manner as may be designated by a resolution adopted by a majority of the Board present at a meeting in which a quorum is present. Any Member of a committee may be removed by the Board whenever, in their judgment, the best interests of the Board shall be served by such removal. 6.4: Removal. Any Member of a committee may be removed from a committee by the affirmative vote of three - fourths of all Members, whenever in their judgment the best interests of the Board would be served thereby. 6.5. Term of Office. There are no term limits for committee membership. 99 08 -04 -14 TC packet 32 4eaxQ* 6.6. Committee Heads. Each committee shall have a chairperson. 6.7. Vacancies. Vacancies in the membership of any committee may be filled by appointments made in the same manner as provided in the case of the original selections. 7. EXECUTION OF INSTRUMENTS; CHECKS AND ENDORSEMENTS; AND DEPOSITS 7.1. Execution of Instruments. Only the Chair of the Board, or the Vice Chair in the Chair's absence, has the authority to sign contracts, endorsements or any other documents on behalf of the Board. Only the Chair or the Treasurer may sign checks and deposits on behalf of the Board. 8. BOOKS, RECORDS AND BANK ACCOUNTS: 8.1 Books and Records. The Board shall keep correct and complete books and records of account and shall keep minutes of the Board meetings, as well as a record containing the names and contact information of all Members, including mailing addresses and email addresses. 27 08 -04 -14 TC packet 33 e4 x W N; 8.2 Bank Accounts. The Board may maintain one or more accounts, including, without limitation, checking, cash management, money market or investment accounts, in such banks or other financial institutions as the Board may select. All amounts deposited by or on behalf of the Board in those accounts shall be and remain the property of the Board. Deposits and withdrawals from such accounts shall be made by the Treasurer or signatories designated by the Board. 9. AMENDMENTS TO BY -LAWS: 9.1 Amendment. These By -Laws may be altered, amended or repealed and new By -Laws may be adopted by an affirmative vote of three - fourths of all Members, if at least ten days' written notice is given of intention to alter, amend or repeal or to adopt new By -Laws at a meeting. 10. STATEMENT OF NON- DISCRIMINATION: 10.1 Notwithstanding any provision of these Bylaws, the Board shall not discriminate against any director, officer, employee, applicant, or participant on the basis of sex, race, color, sexual orientation, ethnicity or national origin. W 08 -04 -14 TC packet 34 THE UNDERSIGNED, being the at least a three - fourths (3/4) majority of the current Members, hereby certify that they have, pursuant to Colorado law and other authority, adopted the foregoing By -Laws as and for the By -Laws of the Board. ?rim naine Pries mane L�Jy, V Pritil namr - Print n1anic pnn6 name Nfibier Signature z N1 e�ati�ign<kt«rc 'fir- �i• �;� �nadu�: len, er sienatu _ - Print name k4a z s` ature Print omne � l Print name 08 -04 -14 TIC packet 35 Member aipatwc member, signalkvc 29 Aspen NextGen @gmaiI -com Chair Skippy Mesirow skippy.mesirow @gmail.com Co -Chair Christine Benedetti christinebenedetti9 @ gmail.com 30 08 -04 -14 TC packet 36 08 -04 -14 TC packet THE CITY OF ASPEN 37 0 08 -04 -14 TC packet 38 THE CITY OF ASPEN Background &Methodology Executive Summary ................... ..............................1 Who We Are: Why We Survey ..... ..............................3 Introduction ............................ ............................... 4 Methodology, an Overview ......... ..............................5 Results Findings Overview ..................... ..............................7 Trends and Takeaways .............. ..............................8 Our Participants ..................... ..............................1 0 Difficulties to Living In Aspen .. ..............................1 3 Difficulties to Working in Aspen .............................1 9 Contact........................... ..............................2 3 08 -04 -14 TC packet 40 NAP EW Purpose The purpose of the survey is to better understand the challenges perceived by those in the 18-40 demographic that wish to live and /or work in the Aspen area (defined by the borders of the Aspen School District; hereafter "in Aspen "). During its fall work sessions, the Commission identified a list of factors it believes limit the younger demographic's ability to remain in Aspen long -term. The survey is a tool to "ground truth" this list, identify gaps in the list, and prioritize factors based on their importance to the 18 -40 demographic. Methodology To participate in the study, respondents had to meet 2 criteria: (1 ) be 18-40 years of age, and (2) live and /or work in the Aspen area. The survey was 15 questions long, available in English and Spanish languages, and in electronic (Survey Monkey) and hard copy formats. The hard copy version of the survey is attached as Appendix A. The survey was designed and analyzed in collaboration with a local statistician. Spe- cific statistical methodology is discussed in the report. Of the 247 surveys submitted, only 150 were fully complete. Only two Spanish surveys were submitted (both online), but neither was fully complete. Multivariate statistics included complete surveys only. Results Respondent Characteristics • Rooted in Aspen: More than 60% of respondents reside in Aspen; of these, 47% have resided in Aspen for more than 5 years. • Strong earners: Over 30% of respondents reported a household income of greater than $100,000. • Family focused: While nearly 80% of respondents do not currently have children, 65% of respondents indicated that they hope to have children in Aspen. 1 08 -04 -14 TC packet 41 ASP I=d' EN Results Factors • Housing is the primary concern limiting ability to live in Aspen long -term. • Wages /benefits, poor career /business opportunities, and childcare are also im- portant limiting factors across individuals living and working in Aspen. Analysis • Residents and nonresidents agreed on the top 3 factors limiting their ability to live in Aspen. • Housing, Poor career /business opportunities, and low wages /benefits were se- lected by the greatest % of respondents for both "living" and "working" questions. • Notably, 18% of residents and 38% of nonresidents identified childcare in their t,o p 3. • Given the opportunity 92% Aspen residents and 83% DV residents would like to live here long -term. 69% of current residents would like to have children and raise a family here. 64% of down valley residents who want to live in Aspen long term would like to raise a family here as well. Final Observations Survey results are limited by the small sample size and under - sampling of the Spanish - speaking demographic and those working for seasonal and /or hospitality -based employers. Despite these limitations, respondents' answers provide a strong indication that housing, economic sustainability, and childcare are among the top factors limiting our demographic's ability to remain in Aspen long -term. 6 08 -04 -14 TC packet 42 Mission Statement To advance the policy interests of the 18-40 year old demographic who live or work within the Aspen area. Why We Survey A survey is one tool that can be used to effectively identify, understand, and prioritize policy issues. The Commission plans to periodically issue short, focused surveys to better understand the perspective of the 18 -40 year old demographic on specific and topical policy issues. Our Long -term Goal The most fundamental hurdle to realizing action in our demographic is apathy, the feeling that one's voice has no impact and thus need not be spoken. In allowing a public survey to be a primary driver of our annual agenda, leading to tangible results, we hope to catalyze government participation. 3 08 -04 -14 TC packet 43 AP WR49N Purpose The purpose of the survey was to understand the challenges perceived by those in the 16 40 demographic who wish to live and /or work in the Aspen area (defined by the borders c the Aspen School District; hereafter "in Aspen "). During its fall work sessions, the Com- mission identified a list of policy issues it believed were important to its demographic. Th survey was a tool to verify this list and prioritize the issues identified as most important. The survey focused on the following areas: 1 . For those respondents living in Aspen: what factors limit their ability to live in the Aspen area long term? 2. For those respondents not living in Aspen, but wanting to live in Aspen: what factor limit their ability to reside in Aspen? 3. For those respondents working in Aspen: what factors limit their ability to work in A pen long term? 4. For those respondents not working in Aspen, but wanting to work in Aspen: what fa, tors limit their ability to work in Aspen? Additionally, demographic factors were collected for each respondent for comparison against Census -based demographic data for weighting in the analysis, if necessary. Scope /Qualifying Criteria We identified 2 key criteria for participation in the study: age and a significant connection to Aspen. To qualify, all participants were required to both: 1. Be between 18 -40 years of age, and 2. Live and /or work in Aspen. I. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 44 NAP EN Survey Structure and Questions We developed the survey in collaboration with a local statistician experienced in survey design. We also consulted with the City of Aspen and several local employers during survey revisions. The survey was 15 questions long, including qualifying criteria and demographic data. It was available in two languages (English and Spanish) and in electronic (Survey Monkey) and hard copy formats. The hard copy version of the survey is attached as Appendix A. Primary questions focused on identifying, prioritizing, and contextualizing major policy issues affecting the 18 -40 year old demographic's ability to live and /or work in Aspen. Other questions gathered information on relevant demographics (e.g., town of residence, sex, income, children, years living in Aspen, years working in Aspen) and aspirational (e.g., wanting to live /work in Aspen long term, wanting to have children while living in Aspen) thought to have substantial impacts on responses. Survey Distribution In fall 2013, Commission members contacted representatives from large local employment sectors including hospitality (hotels and restaurants), skiing, education, and nonprofit. When permitted, we provided representatives with survey details and links, which they were asked to distribute to their employees. The Commission also offered hard copy surveys to attendees of its January 1 4th Meet & Greet Mixer at Aspen Brewing Co. The survey was open for approximately 2 months, starting on November 26, 2013 and ending in on January 14, 2014. 5 08 -04 -14 TC packet 45 AV NAP EN Analysis To estimate the representativeness of the survey sample, data from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2012 American Community Survey (ACS) matching demographic distributions assessed by the survey (i.e., sex, income, having children, duration in Aspen) were obtained. These distributions were obtained to allow for appropriate survey weights to be developed to account for a non - representative sample. Demographic data obtained from the survey sample and the ACS were compared by calculating simple differences among proportions and comparing against ACS survey error. To identify demographic and aspirational factors important in characterizing respondents' identification of issues limiting their ability to work or live in Aspen, multivariate statistical procedures (including Permutational Multivarate Analysis of Variance (PERMANOVA) and Canonical Analysis of Principal Coordi- nates (CAP) Analysis) were used. Further analyses of single issues were con- ducted, including only those factors that played a role in response patterns. Single -issue responses were assessed using t -tests or Analysis of Variance to assess differences among factors identified by multivariate statistics. Where no differences were identified, data were pooled, and issues ranked by relative importance. Tukey's range test was then applied on pooled data to identify differences among issue ranks. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 46 AP NiOXEN dings Overwip 08 -04 -14 TC packet IMENIMEMEMMIMEM 47 HASP EN Overall Conclusions • 92 %(current residents) & 83% down - valley respondents would like to live in Aspen long -term • 69% (residents) & 64% (down - valley residents wanting to be in Aspen long -term) would like to raise a family here. • Amongst all respondent groups, Housing was the number 1 hurdle to living or working in Aspen • The vast majority of respondents would like to see more opportunity for business ventures and upward career mobility • There are a large cohort of down - valley residents who would like to live and work in Aspen given better opportunities • Emphasis on the importance of childcare increases greatly once a person has children Top Factors Limiting Ability to Live in Aspen: Residents & Non — Residents Housing Poor Career and /or Business Opportunities Low Wages & Benefits I I V 0 20 40 60 80 100 08 -04 -14 TC packet Perc 48 spondents Child Care Healthcare Education Affordable Workspace w, Other Transportation I I V 0 20 40 60 80 100 08 -04 -14 TC packet Perc 48 spondents ASP NEPC Top Factors Limiting Ability to Work in Aspen: Residents Poor Career and /or Business Opportunities Housing I 'y Poor Career and /or Low Wages & Benefits Affordable Workspace r 11HIM Healthcare ur ry Child Care Education Transportation Child Care s f ry Affordable Workspace 0 20 40 60 80 Percent of Respondents Non — Residents Housing I 'y Poor Career and /or Business Opportunities 11HIM Low Wages & Benefits_ Child Care M Affordable Workspace Transportation Healthcarerf r Education 0 20 40 60 80 08 -04 -14 TC packet 49 :ent of Respondents ,o0 9 NAP EN Positive Realities o Wide variety of demographics (e.g., sex, household in- come, etc.) agree on major issues • 247 respondents with 150+ complete surveys • Captured many Aspen "lifers" • With 47% of respondents have lived or worked in Aspen over 5 years, our sample is familiar with the challenges and working to overcome them Limitations • Small sample size due in part to incomplete surveys. Other factors that may have affected sample size: • Length and /or format of survey • Incompatibility of Survey Monkey with certain browsers, specifically version 1 1 of Internet Explorer • Holiday season - resulting in possible limited circulation across employers due to holiday season and /or limited time for employees to complete surveys • Sample was not representative of our demographic. The sample is unlikely to represent residents working in seasonal and /or tourism industries. Spanish- American residents were also under - represented. • Limited distribution of hard copy surveys. Representatives from employment sectors overwhelmingly preferred to distribute the survey electronically. Therefore,' individuals with limited or no access to computers or smart phones were less likely to receive 10 08- 04 -14TC packet alete the survey. 50 HASP EN Demographic Data Count of Surveys Started and Complete 2 $80,000 — $99 999 :fir=, N $60,000 — $79,999 IS El Jebel O N $45,000 — $591999 c z 7 i v C ° u2 $30,000 — W.999 <V30,000 Y O f 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 n Percent of Survey Respondents Currently Have Children LO 0 Surveys Started Some Usable Data Complete Salary >$100,000 Snowmass Village 2 $80,000 — $99 999 :fir=, New Castle $60,000 — $79,999 IS El Jebel Carbondale $45,000 — $591999 c z Aspen v $30,000 — W.999 <V30,000 Hope to Have Children in Aspen 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Percent of Survey Respondents Currently Have Children S. S. c: 0 m d 6 c U d N - 08 -04 -14 TC packet No Yes 51 o� N N N Q O CL 0: 0 co � oo N a o - 0- Sex Female Male Location of Current Residence Woody Creek Snowmass Village Old Snowmass New Castle Glenwood Springs El Jebel Carbondale Basalt Aspen v 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Percent of Survey Respondents Hope to Have Children in Aspen °m a o 0 a > v o a- N 0 - No Yes 11 ASP H EN O T 00 0 0 c LL O N O 0 0 O r Cq 0 0 X c LL O N O O O Years In Aspen by Percentage of Respondents Years Living in Aspen 0.91 -------------------- - - - - -- 0.83 ------------------ 1 ; 1 1 ; 0.53 --- - - - - -- 1 ; � 1 � 0.26 --- ; 1 1 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Years Living in Aspen Years Working in Aspen 0.97 ---------------------------- -- - -------------------- - - - - -- 0.85 ------------------ ; ; 0.51 --- - - - - -- ; 0.27 - -- ; ; ; 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Years Working in A: 08 -04 -14 TC packet 52 0 Horizontal axis represent years lived / worked in Aspen 0 Vertical axis represents the precentage of respondents who have lived / worked in Aspen for so many years 10 For exampe, 53% of respondents have Lived in Aspen for 5 years or less & 13% of respondents have worked in Aspen for 15 years or more M HASP EN I- X I 0 ft Amongt residents & non - residents Want to live in Aspen Long -Term those with kids & without Residents: 92% Men &Women DV Residents: 83% all agree that HOUSING is the biggest hurdle to living in Aspen Want to raise a family in Aspen Residents: 69% DV want to be in Aspen: 64% "affordable housing is a crap shoot, if you want to have a family you either get lucky in the lottery or move DV" "There are very limited options on afford- able housing options for families able to afford a home between $5000900k. " 08 -04 -14 TC packet 54 "Affordable, quality housing effects ones overall quality of life. " "there are very limited op- tions between the $500K and $1 million within the afford- able housing program. This price gap leads to inequitable opportunities for this par- ticular dual incomelprofes- sional population in the com- munity and may cause this portion of the community to relocate; thus decreasing the potential quality of the year - round professional workforce and community. This gap is inconsistent with the Aspen Community Vision Plan" 14 i "There are very limited options on afford- able housing options for families able to afford a home between $5000900k. " 08 -04 -14 TC packet 54 "Affordable, quality housing effects ones overall quality of life. " "there are very limited op- tions between the $500K and $1 million within the afford- able housing program. This price gap leads to inequitable opportunities for this par- ticular dual incomelprofes- sional population in the com- munity and may cause this portion of the community to relocate; thus decreasing the potential quality of the year - round professional workforce and community. This gap is inconsistent with the Aspen Community Vision Plan" 14 HASP EN • These respondents currently live in Aspen • Each box explores individual impact of an issue on the ability to live in Aspen. jUrniting Factor Transportation �— Outlier for example: Res onse Ran a 25 75 Percentile Response Mean 1,_______ ---- -7-1 CIj (7 d r m m 0 m N U C co c O v Q E O m t5 n IT m O N co N ID Co O _ 2t does Respondent has Children N. �" Has Children Children Career /Business Child Care" T Education T I 1 1 ° 1 O I I t O O I O Health Care 1 T I Housing O 1 1 ° 0 I Wages /Benefits T T I O O I 1 Workspace'' T Transportation T 1 Other* T I I _ 1 O 1 I t 1 O I I I 1 T• I O O No Yes "I^ Yes 08 -04 -14 TC packet 55 ' Children No Yes 15 ASP H EN • This is a summary of the previous graphs • These respondents currently live in Aspen • The graph shows the average importance rank given to each factor by respondents (where 1 = most imp & 12 = least imp). • Factors group into four importance categories, the most highly ranked of which was housing 12 16 T All Residents ED Career /Business ® With Children M Child Care N • No Children 7 Education ® Health Care co ® Housing D Other Transportation w ■ Wages /Benefits U) ON Workspace -H a) U C LO ca r- Q Al E co R: LL co 0) Q Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Relative Rank 08 -04 -14 TC packet 56 12 16 HASP EN • These respondents currently DO NOT live in Aspen • Each box explores individual impact of an issue on the ability to live in Aspen. jUmiting Factor Transportation for example: Outlier Res onse Ran a �� �� 25 75 Percentile N cm t` Cn O U N . m i O � E . _ 10. O U n - li co - a> - o - N m v n co rn 0 Respondent is — Female Respondent is Has Children Male Career/Business T Child Care Education O T 1 O I I I I 1 I O O 1 I O O , 1 Health Care Housing* v � O o I o Wages /Benefits T O O O O o i 1 Workspace T Transportation* Other* T � 1 1 O T 1 1 I 1 I 1 i O O ° O ° O O Female Male F °^ ^I° Male 08 -04 -14 TC packet 57 sex Female Male 17 HASP EN • This is a summary of the previous graphs • These respondents currently do NOT live in Aspen • The graph shows the average importance rank given to each factor by respondents (where 1 = most imp & 12 = least imp). • Factors group into three importance categories, the most highly ranked of which was housing • DV residents perceive housing to be the biggest factor preventing them from living in Aspen T N Co Nr W CO +I N C LO c� L O Cl E L O 0 U f` M Q z 1 2 3 4 5 08 -04 -14 TC packet 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Relative Rank 1 Q 58 O Sr- MFV N EN Lack of upward career mobility & business creation is a primary concern for those bi'.ANTING TO . „__ life in s P e n "very limited employment options other than mindless, meaningless work” "The professional opportunities are too limited to offer attractive enough career growth for young professionals, outside of entrepre- neurial endeavors. " "living paycheck to paycheck" "If I don't have a job, I can't stay here. " "There are limited career opportunities in the valley to utilize my degree" "i would like a more developed career. I feel i have had to switch my jobs a few times because of the lack of opportunity or growth " "I'm currently still working for my company in Palo Alto 9W � because even with part time p� r� work, their wages are almost ®TIMEPWO&M double what I could make M HHEM MOM here" 0 6dkmmr&n "Perhaps if I made more r chide PADCh6h more I could afford T housing, but that seems doubtful. " k` - "Haven't gotten to opening a store front yet, but I'm familiar w � with rent prices 20 08 -04 -14 TC packet 60 NAP EN • Each box explores individual impact of an issue on the ability to work in Aspen. jOutlier Transportation Limiting f=actor for example: Range of responces 25 -75 percentile m a m z N cm F P E N YC 0 V n m W Z N CJ Q N n ' Z spondent does not it children :& does Res onse Mean live in As n I— o c Response Median Respondent wants children & lives in Respondent does —s— lAspen not want children & lives in Aspen Aspen:No Not Aspen:No Aspen:Yes, Not Aspen:Yes Respondent does not City: Wants Children want kids & lives In Career/Business 0 o 0 Child Care 0 a o O ao Education O O O Health Care Housing o O O O Wages/Benefits O O O y Workspace Transportation Other O � o Aspen:No Not Aspen:No Aspen:Yes NotAspen:Yes Aspen:No Not Aspen:No Aspen:Yes Not Aspen:Yes City: Wants Children 08 -04 -14 TC packet 61 Aspen:No NotAspen:No Aspen:Yes NotAspen:Y 21 NAP EN • This is a summary of the previous graphs • These respondents currently do NOT live in Aspen • The graph shows the average importance rank given to each factor by respondents (where 1 = most imp & 12 = least imp). • There are 3 Primary tiers • When career opportunities and low wages /benefits are combined they are the largest issue ranked most important by nonresidents T N Co W U) +I N C RS L 0 Q. L O t5 U LL D Q Z 1 2 3 4 08 -04 -14 TC packet 5 6 Relative Rank 62 7 8 9 10 22 Skippy Leigh Upton Mesirow Chair Social Entrepreneur, Aspen Institute employee, AVSC Coach & Co -Chair ADI Christine Benedetti Co- Chair Freelance writer, Aspen Historical Society marketing director I Jennifer Burnett Treasurer Mom, Broker Associate, Environ- mental Enthusiast, Artist Catherine Lutz Founding Member Freelance writer, editor, and photographer. Mother of two. Lindsey Palardy Founding Member Development Manager at Aspen Youth Center, Law and Policy professional Jill Teehan Founding Member Attorney at Law Praxidice Founder ADI, London Schoi of Economics Grad Kimbo Brown - Schiracco Summer Woodson -Berc Founding Member Founding Member South Africa Native, works at Personal Practice Lawyer & Obermeyer Asset Management, Owner of Portfolio Aspen Former Springboard Chair properties. Buddy Program 23 08 -04 -14 TC packet 63 AspenNextGen @gmaiI.com Chair Skippy Mesirow skippy.mesirow @gmail.com Co -Chair Christine Benedetti christinebenedetti9@gmaii.com 24 08 -04 -14 TC packet 64 08 -04 -14 TC packet THE CITY OF ASPEN 65 AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Meeting Date: August 4, 2014 Agenda Item: RESOLUTION NO. 26, SERIES OF 2014 - A RESOLUTION APPOINTING AN EX- OFFICIO MEMBER TO THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE MARKETING, GROUP SALES AND SPECIAL EVENTS BOARD Communiqu6 from: Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC Town Clerk Background ® Section 8.1 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of all boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council • There is a vacancy on the Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events Board for the ex- officio position • Related employee Leticia Hanke has expressed an interest to serve on the Marketing, Group Sales and Special Events Board. General Info: Leticia Hanke's application is attached to the Resolution and she will be available for an interview at the meeting. Council Options: Approve Modify Den Staff Approve Resolution No. 26, Series of 2014 Recommendation: 08 -04 -14 TC packet 66 I TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2 TOWN COUNCIL 3 4 RESOLUTION NO. 26 5 SERIES OF 2014 6 7 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING AN EX- OFFICIO MEMBER TO THE TOWN OF 8 SNOWMASS VILLAGE MARKETING, GROUP SALES AND SPECIAL EVENTS 9 BOARD 10 11 WHEREAS, Section 8.1 of the Home Rule Charter states that members of all 12 boards and commissions shall be appointed by the Town Council; and 13 14 WHEREAS, there is a vacancy on the Marketing, Group Sales and Special 15 Events Board for the ex- off icio position thereon; and 16 17 WHEREAS, Leticia Hanke has expressed an interest to serve on the Marketing, 18 Group Sales and Special Events Board; and 19 20 WHEREAS, Section 2 -313 states that the Marketing, Group Sales and Special 21 Events Board shall consist of seven (7) members and one (1) ex- officio member and 22 Sub - Section (7) thereof, states one ex- officio member of the board to be appointed by 23 the Town Council to represent the ongoing development business in the Town; and 24 25 WHEREAS, Leticia Hanke is a representative of the ongoing development 26 business in the Town; and 27 28 WHEREAS, said ex- officio member of the Marketing, Group Sales and Special 29 Events Board shall be non - voting member but shall enjoy all other rights of Board 30 membership, including the right to be present during executive sessions of the Board. 31 32 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Council of Snowmass 33 Village, Colorado: 34 35 Section One: Appointments and Terms 36 37 That the following citizen is hereby appointed to the serve as follows: 38 39 MARKETING GROUP SALES 40 AND SPECIAL EVENTS BOARD Term 41 42 Leticia Hanke August 4, 2014 to January 1, 2017 43 44 Section Two: Severability 45 46 If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or 47 circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or 48 application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid 49 provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are 50 severable. 51 08 -04 -14 TC packet 67 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 14 -26 Reso Page 2 of 2 INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 4th day of August 2014 upon a motion made by Council Member , the second of Council Member By a vote of _ in favor and _ opposed ATTEST: RHONDA B. COXON, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM JOHN C. DRESSER JR., Town Attorney 08 -04 -14 TC packet 68 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE BILL BOINEAU, Mayor TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Application for Boards /Commission Position _ Board of Appeals and Examiners _ Liquor Licensing Authority _ Financial Advisory Board _ Planning Commission Citizens Grant Review Board _ Snowmass Art Advisory Board XMarketing, Group Sales and Special Events _ Part Time Residents Advisory Board Environmental Advisory Board Name: Home Phone: ` QA Y t Email: 1 Y� e-Y- LC Physical i -fome: '108 G \Ab ' lb v�� Z�l�( Permanent Residence ?: Address: ( loo` - ( t City: e� L i � 4 5T. &ZIP: Yes ❑ V6 p Mailing Address, If No, place of Permanent Residence Business Mailing Address: PG FJOx 6s(DS Office Phone: 2M66 kwjj� 1%(E l L Employed With: i Position: I Are you Registered to Vote in Snowmass Village: Yes [-" 4 �n ❑ or( List the Experience or Education which may qualify you for this position: MGM 1Ce�riw� eyetri 44-i c( iv-A ba�L -, rescw -. 4-0 urior,` sn t� ml rlt e k' iActv�rw5- �Sp+W� Snoww<cs3r .lt?w �ia,r`1C Ct Carol SGGt alt, �2 1 �v t es Svc. -, a.s �' +kt- �'�t�l ��� Swoa lka ���, F1s ey. ►�C•. �,a.► ri_tn t + S Why do you wish to be appointed to this position? Gtrv- �I n 'VC IIVk,G *� $r1 Snoww��5 r Over G1 'i 5 0,11 �e a.6v. k%\e brrolj k4 a d�ve��M4n� ®t' a�y� C ®nnre�v�ea j• t�CsrtC+ „,r RQls.k d-S Dtr,`C.k>,r- c>>t IC�lttw� id`s A, �c,y �?fao�t+ do Gcin�i ` Sr�ca.w.e s �, Cv t red � Wo .tb kjCi fVtw C4w..o�rG -�DiLS ��+ r1L ,«, SS eta F mnA h0rve.. C6�tnrvLA✓S Ai�ca t S t rt i h "_rP I acknowledge that 1 am familiar with the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the position for which I am applying and, if appointed, I am ready, willing and able to take an oath as well as accepting the responsibilities and qutie . Applicants Signature Date Return to: Town of Snowmass Village Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 08 -04 -14 TC packet 69 GCtosell, r, Gary Suiter From: Alldredge, Steve [SAlldredge@Related.com] Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2014 12:08 PM To: Gary Suiter Cc: Romero, Dwayne; Hanke, Leticia; Borthwick John; Rhonda Coxon Subject: RE: Related Colorado's Exofficio Board Seat Request Attachments: Related Disclaimer.txt Categories: Red Category Gary, Related Colorado is respectfully requesting the re- activation of the Exofficio Seat on the Snowmass Tourism board. We echo board chairman john Borthwick's statement on how valuable it would be for Related Colorado to have a regular dialog with the Snowmass Tourism board, and we look forward to that opportunity. We will staff the Exofficio Seat with one of our senior managers, Leticia Hanke, our Director of Marketing for the Viceroy Snowmass Residences. Leticia is our point person on events and sponsorships and represents our brand locally and nationally. She is well- suited to represent our views as well as garner feedback from other board members. We appreciate the consideration for re- activating this position. Sincerely, Steve Alldredge Related Colorado Steve Alldredge Related Colorado 16 Kearns Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (970) 319 -5738 salldredgePrelated.com 08 -04 -14 TC packet 70 TOWN COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: August, 4 2014 Agenda Item: Repeal of Resolution No. 21, Series of 2014 that approved amendments to the 1993 EOTC IGA Presented By: John Dresser Background: At the Council meeting July 21, 2014, Council discussed amendments to the EOTC IGA and determined that no amendments were desired by TOSV. Council directed Staff to bring forth a Resolution repealing the prior amendment that was not accepted by the City of Aspen or Pitkin County. 08 -04 -14 TC packet . 71 I TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2 TOWN COUNCIL 3 4 RESOLUTION NO. 29 5 SERIES OF 2014 6 7 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS 8 VILLAGE REPEALING RESOLUTION NO. 24, SERIES OF 2014, THEREBY 9 DECLINING TO AMEND THE 1993 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT 10 REGARDING THE COMPREHENSIVE VALLEY TRANSPORTATION PLAN 11 12 13 WHEREAS, the City of Aspen, Town of Snowmass Village, and Board of 14 County Commissioners of Pitkin County, Colorado (collectively the "parties ") 15 entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement on September 14, 1993 (the "IGA "), 16 in order to define and clarify the method and process by which the parties agreed to 17 fund and implement the Comprehensive Valley Transportation Plan; and 18 19 20 WHEREAS, the IGA required that approval of all expenditures and projects 21 to be funded with revenues derived from the county -wide one -half (1/2) cent transit 22 sales and use tax be evidenced by a resolution duly adopted by the governing 23 bodies of each party; and 24 25 26 WHEREAS, the Town Council of Snowmass Village NOW finds and 27 determines that continuing the Intergovernmental Agreement serves the public 28 welfare and is in the interest of the Town of Snowmass Village to not amend the 29 1993 Intergovernmental Agreement between the parties. 30 31 32 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town 33 of Snowmass Village Colorado, as follows: 34 35 1. That Resolution No. 21, Series of 2014 is hereby repealed in its 36 entirety. 37 38 2. That the authority granted to the Mayor to execute an amendment the 39 1993 Intergovernmental Agreement between the parties is terminated by said 40 repeal. 41 42 43 READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of 44 Snowmass Village, Colorado this 4th day of August, 2014, upon a motion made 45 by Council Member , the second of Council Member 46 and upon a vote of in favor to opposed. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 72 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 14 -29 RESO Page 2 of 2 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM John Dresser, Town Attorney 2 08 -04 -14 TC packet 73 Bill Boineau, Mayor TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: GARY SUITER, INTERIM TOWN MANAGER SUBJECT: MANAGER'S REPORT MEETINGDATE: *Strategic Planning Session Just wanted to confirm we are set for our strategic planning session for September 2, from 1:00 - 6:00 p.m. Location TBD. *Expanding and Improving Recycling at Town Events Due to recent updates from the Environmental Advisory Board and our Public Works Department, Council is aware that we have transitioned to a single- stream recycling program, as well as made efforts to improve the environmental sustainability of events in Snowmass Village —with recycling as one key aspect of this program. Organizing and running successful green events takes collaboration from multiple departments, and Town staff feels that there are opportunities to expand and improve recycling at Town events, specifically at Thursday Night Concerts. Overall, the group agreed that there are "best practice" examples that we can follow which would enable the Town to implement a more effective green events program. However, we are currently lacking resources needed to take our efforts (which we do acknowledge are improved over years past) to the next level. If supported by Council, staff would like to come back at a later date with a mandatory green events proposal that would send a strong message to locals, guests, and event organizers that we value our environment. The proposal would: • Outline the issues unique to Snowmass Village • Detail best practices • Lay out recommended code amendments that would be a part of special event TUP approval • Explore the existing staff resources and where there may be future needs • Detail costs and resources necessary Please let me know your thoughts on this approach. *Sky Cab Maintenance You may have noticed the condition of the Sky Cab cabins (Skittles Lift) is pretty poor. The windows are scratched and the cabins themselves are faded from the sun. Staff and Skico feel it is time to do some major maintenance on them to bring them back to a presentable condition. Skico's Lift Maintenance Manager is suggesting that we replace the windows 08 -04 -14 TC packet 74 Manager's Report Page 2 and have the cabins painted during the off - season. They also recommend replacing the linkage that opens and closes the doors. After researching costs for replacing the windows on the Sky Cab, it appears that we can complete the project for around $17,000, barring any unforeseen problems that arise. I'd like to move forward with the understanding that Skico will do the job for actual material and labor cost, not to exceed $20,000. Per the previous agreement with the Town, TOSV will pay 55.75% and ASC will pay the remaining 44.25 %. Work will begin in early September after they close the machine for the off - season. Total budget impact for the Town would not exceed $11,150, which would come from the GID unappropriated reserve (attached, see Funds Available line). Please advise if you would like to proceed so Skico can begin ordering the parts. Construction and Road Projects Update FYI — Two road projects are starting this week. Holy Cross Updates to Electrical Lines and Infrastructure Holy Cross Energy is performing an update to electrical lines and infrastructure. Crews will be replacing a 40- year -old underground line and conduit on Meadow Rd., from Meadow Ln. to Brush Creek Rd. The project starts on Monday, August 4t" and will continue for approximately two months, weather permitting. During this time there will be one -way traffic on Meadow Rd. with flaggers. No road closures are expected. Holy Cross has notified area residents directly. Snowmass Water & Sanitation Utility Work The Snowmass Water & Sanitation District will be performing utility work on Deer Ridge Rd. to the intersection of Ridge Rd. starting Monday, August 4t" until mid - September. During this time, there will be one -way traffic with flaggers on Deer Ridge Rd. Residents in the area may experience temporary water service disruptions. Impacted residents have been notified directly by the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District. *Response Requested 7.30.14 08 -04 -14 TC packet 75 O O m O W O O m un @ N N 0 0 O n( m N n o M O Q N m M h j .-m t": ce DIM O m m m 0 m M NO M' 0 N Wj O W O O N ^ N m N: M (NO N t n. 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P g ae Item No. 9 AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING: ........ ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 10: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: O ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 11: COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS: ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 12: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Ap_proxhours (excluding items 1- 3 and 9 —12) 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. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 77 2nd Draft SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA SEPTEMBER 08, 2014 Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON - AGENDA ITEMS (5- minute time limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No. 4: RESOLUTION NO. 30, SERIES OF 2014 - A RESOLUTION APPROVING A RECYCLE AGREEMENT WITH PITKIN COUNTY (Time: 15 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny Resolution No. 30, Series of 2014. - -Anne Martens, Public Works Director Item No. 8: MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) - -Gary Suiter ..................................................... P g ae Item No. 9 AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING: ....... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 10: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 11: COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS: ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 12: ADJOURNMENT 08 -04 -14 TC packet 78 1" Draft SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 • ,. ffi�� • MA •- W&I 0 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON - AGENDA ITEMS (5- minute time limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No. 8: MANAGER'S REPORT (Time: 10 minutes) - -Gary Suiter .......................... ...........................Page Item No. 9 AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING: ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 10: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 11: COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS: ......... ............................... ...........................Page Item No. 12: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approx hours (excluding items 1- 3 and 9 —12) 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. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 79 1 2 SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL 3 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES 4 JULY 21, 2014 5 6 CALL TO ORDER AT 400 P.M. 7 8 Mayor Boineau called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town 9 Council on Monday, July 21, 2014, at 4:00 p.m. 10 11 Item No. 1 ROLL CALL 12 13 COUNCIL MEMBERS Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and PRESENT: Chris Jacobson. 14 COUNCIL MEMBERS All council members were present. ABSENT: 15 STAFF PRESENT: Gary Suiter, Town Manager; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Anne Martens, Public Works Director; Kelly Vaughn, Communications; Anne Martens, Public Works Director; David Peckler, Transit Manager 16 PUBLIC PRESENT: Richard Goodwin, Madeleine Osberger, Jill Berthard and other members of the Public interested in today's Agenda items. 17 18 1g Item No. 2 PUBLIC NON - AGENDA ITEMS 20 21 There were no Public Non- Agenda item. 22 23 Item No. 3 COUNCIL UPDATES 24 25 Council Member Haber noted that it was a great weekend of music with the Deaf Camp 26 and the block party for the opening of Clark's Market and Sundance Liquor and 27 Gifts. Haber also noted that at the RFTA Bus stop at Brush Creek and Owl Creek there 28 is no trash can and trash is flying around and to please ask RFTA to replace the trash 29 receptacle. 30 31 Mayor Boineau stated he has received some complaints about dumpsters being very 32 dirty and he asked if staff would please clean them out when possible. 33 34 35 Council Member Jacobson stated that the Farmers Market located in Base Village is 08 -04 -14 TC packet 80 07- 21 -14tc Minutes Page 2 of 6 36 great and he thanked the organizers and the vendors for the event. 37 38 Council Member Kucker and Butler thanked Clark's Market, noting they did a great job 39 with the remodel and it looks great. 40 41 Item No. 4 2015 WINTER PARKING PLAN 42 43 Transportation Director David Peckler reviewed the Winter Parking Agreement. Which is 44 located in the packet, between the Town, the Aspen Skiing Company (ASC), Snowmass 45 Acquisition Company, LLC (SAC) Snowmass Base Village Metropolitan District 46 (SBVMD). The Agreement identifies the day parking areas for visitors, what lots the 47 various park parking permits are valid for hours or enforcement the pricing for the 48 parking permits sold by the Town, ASC and SAC /SBVMD, and the maintenance 49 responsibilities of the parties. He stated that he is suggesting a price increase for the 50 first time in eight winter seasons. 51 52 Markey Butler made the motion to approve the 2015 Winter Parking Plan. Fred Kucker 53 seconded the motion. The motion was,approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 54 55 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, Chris Jacobson 56 57 Voting Nay: None. 58 Item No. 5 DISCUSSION OF POTENTIAL AMENDMENTS TO THE 1993 EOTC 59 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT 60 61 Mayor Boineau stated that the Council asked that this be put back on the agenda for 62 discussion. Interim Town Manager Gary Suiter and Town Attorney John Dresser spoke 63 to the issue of some of the entities of the EOTC changing decisions due to absent 64 Council Members during the EOTC discussions. 65 66 It was noted that Pitkin County has voted on the original IGA and the City of Aspen 67 waiting to see the direction of the Snowmass Village Town Council. The decision was 68 to go with the original IGA approved in 1993 and Council directed staff to bring a 69 Resolution before them at the August 4, 2014 meeting. 70 71 Item No. 6 RESOLUTION NO. 28 SERIES OF 2014 - A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN 72 COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AUTHORIZING THE 73 EXECUTION OF AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR THE 74 OPERATION, ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THE PITKIN 75 COUNTY REGIONAL EMERGENCY DISPATCH CENTER AND AUTHORIZING 76 THE EXECUTION OF AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR THE 77 ESTABLISHMENT OF AN EMERGENCY TELEPHONE AUTHORITY 78 79 08 -04 -14 TC packet 81 07- 21 -14tc Minutes Page 3of6 80 Police Chief Brian Olson stated that the Town entered into an IGA with Pitkin County in 81 1976 and 1990 respectively. He noted the IGA undergo occasional revisions to comply 82 with law and upgraded technologies. The revised IGA address changes to reorganize 83 dispatch in the County government departments, quarterly billing and Capital program 84 financed over 10 years. 85 86 Fred Kucker made the motion to approve Chris Jacobson seconded the motion. The 87 motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 88 89 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, Chris Jacobson 90 91 Voting Nay: None. 92 Item No. 7 UPDATE ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROJECT /OVERVIEW OF ENERGY 93 NAVIGATOR 94 95 96 At this time Public Works Director introduced the Town's new Facilities Maintenance 97 Supervisor Nick Kertz, he provided a brief work background for the Council. 98 99 At this time Dan Richardson from SGM provided a presentation on the Colorado Energy loo Navigator that has been installed throughout the Town of Snowmass Village. He 101 reviewed the Web site for the Town Council and explained how to use the site and the 102 information that is contained on the site and each Town building and the energy being 103 used. 104 105 Item No. 8 MANAGER'S REPORT 106 107 Items that were discussed on Town Manager's Report: 1) Strategic Planning Session 2) 108 Budget Calendar Reminder 3) COGCC Local Governmental Designee (LGD) Program 109 Bill Boineau 4)Sales Tax Update 5) August 18, 2014 Town Council Meeting 6) Event 110 Notices 111 112 Item No. 9 AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING * August 4, 2014 - Regular Meeting * August 18, 2014 - Regular Meeting * September 8, 2014 - Regular Meeting There was very little discussion on the Agendas 113 Item No. 10 APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR • June 18, 2014 - Special Meeting • June 25, 2014 - Special Meeting • July 7, 2014 - Regular Meeting 08 -04 -14 TC packet 82 07- 21 -14tc Minutes Page 4 of 6 114 Fred Kucker made the motion to approve as amended the Special Meeting Minutes for 115 the Snowmass Village Town Council on Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Markey Butler 116 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 117 118 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 119 Jacobson. 120 121 Voting Nay: None. 122 Markey Butler made the motion to approve as amended the Special Meeting Minutes of 123 the Snowmass Village Town Council on Wednesday, June 25, 2014. Jason Haber 124 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 125 126 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 127 Jacobson. 128 129 Voting Nay: None. 13o Fred Kucker made the motion to approve the Regular Meeting Minutes of the 131 Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, July 7, 2014. Markey Butler seconded the 132 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 133 134 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 135 Jacobson. 136 137 Voting Nay: None. 138 Item No. 11 COUNCIL COMMENTS /COMMITTEE REPORTS /CALENDARS • July • August • September 139 Public Comment: 140 Richard Goodwin who lives at 385 Fairway Drive, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 spoke 141 to a letter he sent to the Town Council back in March which has not been responded to 142 in regards to the Metro District and the taxes that are being collected at the Base Village 143 units. He also spoke to the Green Building Code and the carbon energy. Full 144 disclosure should have been made. Town Attorney John Dresser noted that the 145 documents were public 146 147 Council Member Haber stated he appreciated the Safety Training being offered in 148 regards to the Rodeo. He also state he watched a Rodeo on Grassroots TV an and 149 found it to be of great disturbance and many instances of signature force to the 15o animals and he found it disturbing. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 83 07- 21 -14tc Minutes Page 5 of 6 151 152 Mayor Boineau stated Mall Merchants said they did not know that the Deaf Camp Picnic 153 was changed and they had food go to waste and also states the occupancy report does 154 not come out on a weekly basis. The last one received was on June 16. 155 156 Council Member Jacobson inquired if we advertised at the Denver Airport? He also 157 noted he did see a bill board in Denver advertising Snowmass. 158 159 Item No. 12 EXECUTIVE SESSION 160 161 162 AT 5:36 p.m. 163 164 Bill Boineau made the motion to enter closed session Fred Kucker seconded the 165 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 166 167 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 168 Jacobson. 169 170 Voting Nay: None. 171 Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24 -6- 172 402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c), to 173 specifically discuss one item: 174 175 a) Personnel matters, except if the employee who is the subject of the 176 session has requested an open meeting, pursuant to C.R.S. 24 -6- 177 402(4)(f)(1) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2- 45(c)(6); 178 179 Provided, there is an affirmative vote of two - thirds of the quorum present 180 at this meeting to hold an Executive Session and for the sole purpose of 181 considering item (a) above. Provided further, that no adoption of any 182 proposed policy, position, resolution, regulation, or formal action shall 183 occur at this Executive Session. 184 At 6:26 p.m. 185 Fred Kucker made the motion to reconvene to the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass 186 Village Town Council on Monday, July 21, 2014. Jason Haber seconded the 187 motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. 188 189 Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris 190 Jacobson. 191 192 Voting Nay: None. 08 -04 -14 TC packet 84 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 07- 21 -14tc Minutes Page 6of6 Item No. 13 ADJOURNMENT Chris Jacobson made the motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, July 21, 2014. Jason Haber seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Bill Boineau, Markey Butler, Jason Haber, Fred Kucker, and Chris Jacobson. Voting Nay: None. Submitted By, Rhonda B. Coxon, CMC Town Clerk 08 -04 -14 TC packet 85 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 1 2014 Sat 2 31 Labor Day Festival 08 -04 -14 TC packet Balloons Wed Thu 3 4 W 17 2014 Fri Sat 5 6 11 12 13 Rotary Wine Festival Balloons 18 19 20 08 -04 -14 TC packet 87 Fri 3 Sat 4 08 -04 -14 TC packet 88