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									                             SILVERTHORNE TOWN COUNCIL
                                  Meeting Minutes
                               Wednesday, May 10, 2006

CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL/APPROVAL OF AGENDA:
Those members present and answering Roll Call were Mayor Dave Koop, Council Members
Peggy Long, Vince Lanuza, Karla Trippe and Steve Swanson. Kevin McDonald and Rosanne
Shaw were absent. Staff members present were Town Manager Kevin Batchelder, Attorney
Jerry Dahl, Chief Joe Russell, Recreation Director Tammy Jamieson, Public Works Director
Bill Linfield, Community Development Director Mark Leidal, Senior Planner Michael Johnson,
and Town Clerk Michele Karlin.

STAFF COMMENTS:
Batchelder informed Council of the Amended Agenda, including Resolution 2006-15
appointing the Municipal Judge.

COUNCIL COMMENTS:
Long asked about flying the Colorado flag for the retiring navel officer.
Lanuza thanked Chief Russell for attending the Eagles Nest HOA meeting to talk about theft
prevention in the area.

CONSENT CALENDAR:
THE CONSENT CALENDAR INCLUDING THE MINUTES FROM APRIL 26, 2006, COUNCIL
APPOINTMENTS, PLAT AMENDMENT – BEISLER RESIDENCE – LOT 10, EAGLES NEST
GOLF COURSE FILING NO. 4, WAS PASSED. (MCDONALD AND SHAW ABSENT)

CITIZEN COMMENTS:
None

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS
      Gary Rodgers – Intrawest
Gary Rodgers, Senior VP Operations, gave a PowerPoint presentation reviewing the Copper
Mountain PUD amendment that is before the County officials.
John Taylor asked about the trail head, parking and bike path connection.

LIQUOR BOARD
A.Mint Country Club, Inc. – Renewal of Hotel & Restaurant Liquor License
B.Jui Lin Yeh Corp dba Bamboo Garden - Renewal of Hotel & Restaurant Liquor License
SWANSON MOVED TO APPROVE THE HOTEL & RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSES FOR
THE MINT COUNTRY CLUB AND BAMBOO GARDEN CHINESE RESTAURANT. MOTION
SECONDED. MOTION PASSED BY COUNCIL PRESENT. (MCDONALD AND SHAW
ABSENT)

PUBLIC HEARINGS:
A.    Conditional Use Permit – JVC and KB Mechanical, 554 Brian Avenue, Unit A, Lot
10A, Silverthorne Professional Park Subdivision



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Michael Johnson, Senior Planner presented this project. The applicant, Mountain JVC & KB
Mechanical, James Cancelosi and Eugene Thompson, Owners, are requesting approval to
operate a contractor/trade use within the C-1 zone district.
Long asked if DC Design Mechanical has a CUP for the same location.
Staff stated they do not and staff is pursuing the issue with them.
Eugene Thompson, Co-owner JVC and KB Mechanical, LLC, stated they will not have outside
storage. They are willing to live with staff conditions.
Long asked if this building has been made into condominiums.
Staff stated yes.
Public hearing opened, no comment, public hearing closed.
Lanuza and Swanson have no problem with approval with the recommended conditions.
Long questioned the five year limit.
Koop asked if the applicant can live with the conditions recommended by staff.
Thompson stated yes. He would like it for longer than five years but they will re-apply at the
end of the term.
LANUZA MOVED TO APPROVE OF THE JVC & KB MECHANICAL CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT
WITH THE STAFF RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS:
   1. THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT IS PERSONAL TO JVC & KB MECHANICAL AND
      NONTRANSFERABLE. SHOULD THE APPLICANT’S OWNERSHIP, LEASE OR SUBLEASE
      TERMINATE OR BE TRANSFERRED DURING THE TERM OF THE CUP, THE CUP SHALL
      EXPIRE.
   2. THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT HAS A LIFE OF (5) YEARS UPON WHICH TIME, THE
      CUP EXPIRES OR THE OWNER MAY REAPPLY FOR AN EXTENSION OF THE CUP
      PERMIT.
   3. JVC & KB MECHANICAL SHALL CONDUCT ALL STORAGE OF MATERIALS, TOOLS AND
      EQUIPMENT WITHIN THE ENCLOSED WAREHOUSE AREA OF UNIT 10A.
MOTION SECONDED. MOTION PASSED BY COUNCIL PRESENT. (MCDONALD AND
SHAW ABSENT)

B.    Sketch Plan – Major PUD Amendment and Residential Subdivision – Angler
Mountain Ranch, Clark Ranch, Unsubdivided
Michael Johnson, Senior Planner, presented the project. The applicant, Tim Crane, Compass
Homes Development, is requesting approval of the Angler Mountain Ranch Sketch PUD
Amendment and Sketch Residential Subdivision. Johnson reviewed the staff report dated
May 3, 2006 and recommended approval with conditions.
Tim Crane, Compass Homes Development, reviewed the project for Town Council.
Layla Rosales, Gage Davis Associates, LLC, representing the applicant, presented an overview of the
project.
Koop asked about the geological differences report.
Nancy Dessenberger, Golder and Associates, reviewed the geological implications on the site.
Swanson asked the size on the different type of units.
Bobby Craig, Arapahoe Architects, reviewed foot prints of the different units.
Long asked what is Old Colorado Ranch style?
Craig stated it is a low profile house, porches, covered areas, with one or two stories.
Crane stated limiting the elevation is the goal.
Public hearing opened.



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John Taylor, 1740 Red Hawk Road, Eagles Nest HOA, stated he has visited with Tim Crane
with a list of the HOA's concerns. Since the initial meeting some issues have been dealt with.
They have walked the site and they think this project is moving in the right direction.
Disturbances have not been dealt with well in the past and he would like to see better on this
development. Wetland intrusion is a concern. The site needs to be cleaned up before sale.
Pine beetle and weeds needs to be sprayed for before hand. Dog runs and fences need to be
addressed.
Robert Swartz, Lariat Loop, HOA requested the Town and applicant honor the verbal 100 foot
setback from South Forty and not the developers proposed 20 foot.
Long asked for clarification on the map.
Swartz reviewed the map.
Mark Hogan, Summit Housing Authority, requested the developer meet with the Housing
Authority in regards to the proposed development and affordable housing.
George Resseguie, 1770 Red Hawk Road, asked for the water tank to be buried. He asked for
caution in the location of the Xcel Energy power station. He does not want to see the utilities.
Mike Lackritz, resident, Lot 6, South Forty Subdivision, stated this project is in direct conflict
with the County Wide Master Plan and Lower Blue Master Plans. He has concerns with the
impacts on the wetlands, wildlife and the property owners view corridor in South Forty.
Sharon Swartz, Lariat Loop concerned about the South Maryland Creek low density
development being surrounded by the proposed high density. The lake does not freeze during
the winter and many types of fowl access water at this location. Wildlife accesses the water
thru this area and would be impacted by the proposed density.
Public hearing closed.
Trippe asked about the wildlife report specifically the elk concentration area and lake being an
area for Eagle and other fowl.
Rick Thomson, Department of Wildlife stated he compiled the original wildlife survey and has
since revised them. He reviewed the summer elk concentration on the map. He reviewed an
elk concentration definition.
Trippe asked about the roaming line and whether or not it is a movement trail?
Thompson reviewed the migration corridor and transitional range. Wildlife does utilize the
southern portion of the lake because it does not freeze. Ducks and Bald Eagles utilize open
water in the spring and fall.
Lanuza asked about the Eagles Nest Osprey and if this development would impact the local
Osprey?
Thompson he is not sure of the amount of hunting occurring at the pond vs. the river.
Council Comments
Trippe pleased with the depth of information provided on the project. It gave her an overall
understanding of the project. She feels there should be affordable housing included in the
multi family area and the unit should be deed restricted. She would like to see on the heights
of the housing. She recommends reviewing the number of parking spaces for the multifamily
units, too few proposed. She is not comfortable with private ownership of wetlands. We need
to be mindful of the Eagles Nest encroachment advice. Dog runs bring on some issues and
they need to be reviewed. South Forty’s concerns need to be considered.
Long stated good job on the project so far. She does not encourage the large areas of
irrigation on the property – it will kill the sage brush. Wildlife in the area is a concern. Listen to
Eagles Nest HOA’s advice. She asked about the proposed cul-de-sac. She does not want it


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located off of the property. Good job addressing staff’s concerns. 80 acres of open space will
have to be maintained by someone.
Swanson feels some aspects of the project are being done well. The reduction of density is a
plus for the project. He is concerned about the density at the lower part of the development
surrounding the lake. He feels it will cause problems with short term rentals or second
homeowners, along with parking shortages. He requested some flexibility in the project.
Irrigation on the large land lots should not be encouraged. The wetlands have some areas of
concerns that need to be addressed. Private vs. Public ownership is a concern. An inverted
siphon could be a maintenance problem.
Lanuza sits on the Eagles Nest Board but has not attended any board meeting on this issue.
He appreciates the effort of the developer to work with all concerned.
Koop appreciates the reduction in overall density. He has questions regarding the density on
the northern corner of the project. Utilities are a concern for the area. Wetland issues – we
can learn from our mistakes. The previous verbal commitments regarding the 100 foot
setback to South Forty is important to the Town. The affordable housing component needs to
be addressed by the developer. Electricity and a substation for Xcel is something to be
considered. Cul-de-sac on private property should stay within the boundaries.
LONG MOVED TO APPROVAL THE ANGLER MOUNTAIN RANCH SKETCH PLAN MAJOR
PUD AMENDMENT AND SKETCH RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION WITH THE FOLLOWING
PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS.
     1. THE APPLICANT SHALL ADDRESS THE CONCERNS AS DISCUSSED IN THE
         TOWN ENGINEERING MEMO OF APRIL 24, 2006.
     2. AN ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS 404 PERMIT SHALL BE REQUIRED FOR ALL
         WETLAND DISTURBANCES AS PART OF THE FINAL SUBMITTAL.
     3. THE APPLICANT SHALL BE REQUIRED TO APPLY FOR AND OBTAIN A
         WETLAND DISTURBANCE PERMIT MEETING ALL TOWN CODE REQUIREMENTS
         IN CODE SECTIONS 4-8-11 THOUGHT 4-8-22.
     4. THE PUD GUIDE SHALL LIMIT BUILDING HEIGHT IN PLANNING AREA 2 TO A
         MAXIMUM OF 35 FEET.
     5. THE PUD GUIDE SHALL MODIFY BY REMOVING ATTACHED SINGLE-FAMILY
         DWELLINGS FROM THE PERMITTED USES IN PLANNING AREA 4 (FIGURE 2.2).
     6. THE APPLICANT SHALL REDUCE IN THE PUD GUIDE (FIGURE 2.2), PERMITTED
         IRRIGATION FIGURES FOR UNITS TO 1,000 SQUARE FEET PER ONE SINGLE-
         FAMILY UNIT, 500 SQUARE FEET PER ONE TOWNHOUSE UNIT, AND 300
         SQUARE FEET PER ONE CONDOMINIUM UNIT.
     7. PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR PLANNING AREA 2 AND 4 SHALL FOLLOW
         TOWN CODE REQUIREMENTS AS SET FORTH IN CODE SECTION 4-6-13(C) (2).
     8. THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE
         SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE PUD GUIDE AND COVENANTS CONDITION AND
         RESTRICTIONS (CC&RS) WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND MADE A PART OF THE
         PRELIMINARY SUBMITTAL.
     9. THE APPLICANT SHALL OBTAIN THE APPROPRIATE COLORADO STATE
         HIGHWAY ACCESS PERMIT.
     10. THE APPLICANT SHALL ENTER IN TO AN AGREEMENT TO PAY THEIR
         APPROPRIATE SHARE OF ANY FUTURE SIGNALIZATION AT BALD EAGLE ROAD
         AND HIGHWAY 9.

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  11. THE APPLICANT SHALL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A 6’ WIDE SIDEWALK THE
      LENGTH OF BALD EAGLE ROAD (WITHIN THE PROJECT).
  12. THE APPLICANT SHALL ADDRESS THE EAGLES NEST HOA CONCERNS AS
      THEY RELATE TO JURISDICTION OVER COVENANTS, CONDITIONS AND
      RESTRICTIONS AND DESIGN REVIEW.
  13. THE APPLICANT SHALL PROVIDE A SITE FOR THE FUTURE PUMPHOUSE AND
      EASEMENTS CONNECTING THE PUMPHOUSE LOCATION TO THE TWO
      PROPOSED WELLS SITES.
  14. LOTS 35 AND 49 SHALL BE MODIFIED TO PERMIT ACCESS WHICH DOES NOT
      CROSS 30% SLOPES OR WETLANDS OR LOTS SHALL BE REMOVED FROM THE
      PRELIMINARY PLAT.
  15. THE PARCEL OF LAND FOR THE FUTURE WATER TANK SHALL BE DEDICATED
      TO THE TOWN.
  16. WATER RIGHTS SUFFICIENT TO SERVE THE APPROVED PROJECT SHALL BE
      PROPERLY TRANSFERRED TO THE TOWN OF SILVERTHORNE.
  17. FURTHER GEOLOGIC INVESTIGATION AS RECOMMENDED BY THE COLORADO
      GEOLOGIC SURVEY SHALL BE CONDUCTED AND COMPLETED PRIOR TO
      PRELIMINARY APPROVAL.
  18. APPLICANT SHALL ENTER INTO A FOURTH AMENDMENT TO THE EAGLES NEST
      DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT TO ADDRESS, AT A MINIMUM, DENSITY, WATER
      RIGHTS DEDICATION, SIGNALIZATION OF BALD EAGLE ROAD AND HIGHWAY 9,
      AND OPEN SPACE DEDICATION.
MOTION PASSED BY COUNCIL PRESENT. (MCDONALD AND SHAW ABSENT)

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
None

Action Items:
A.    Ordinance 2006-11: An Ordinance Vacating A Portion Of Twelfth Street (1st
       Reading)
Senior Planner Michael Johnson presented Ordinance 2006-11 for Council’s consideration.
He reviewed his staff report and requested approval.
LANUZA MOVED TO APPROVE ORDINANCE 2006-11 AN ORDINANCE VACATION A
PORTION OF TWELFTH STREET ON FIRST READING. MOTION SECONDED. MOTION
PASSED BY COUNCIL PRESENT. . (MCDONALD AND SHAW ABSENT)

B.     Condominium Map – Big Horn Center Amended – 1241 Blue River Parkway
Senior Planner Michael Johnson presented the applicant’s request for an amended and
restated condominium map for Big Horn Center. Staff recommended approval.
SWANSON MOVED TO APPROVE THE BIGHORN CENTER AMENDED AND RESTATED
CONDOMINIUM MAP WITH STAFF RECOMMENDED CONDITION.
1.     THE SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE 2006-1 MUST BE APPROVED BY TOWN
       COUNCIL.
MOTION PASSED BY COUNCIL PRESENT. (MCDONALD AND SHAW ABSENT)



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C.    Big Horn Center Pumphouse Construction and Utility Easement Agreement –
      1241 Blue River Parkway
TRIPPE MOVED APPROVE THE BIGHORN CENTER PUMPHOUSE CONSTRUCTION AND
UTILLITY EASEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE STAFF RECOMMENDED CONDITION. .
1.THE SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE 2006-11 MUST BE APPROVED BY THE
TOWN COUNCIL.
MOTION SECONDED. MOTION PASSED BY COUNCIL PRESENT. . (MCDONALD AND
SHAW ABSENT)

A.     Site Plan Modification – Cottonwood Court Mobile Home Park, 772 Blue River
       Parkway, Lot 8 Silverthorn Subdivision
Planning Director Mark Leidal presented the project and reviewed past actions and a history of
this property. The applicant/owner, Alan Siudzinski, is requesting approval to remove three
existing mobile homes with newer mobile home units.
Alan Siudzinski requested approval.
LONG MOVED TO APPROVAL OF THE COTTONWOOD COURT MOBILE HOME PARK
SITE PLAN MODIFICATION WITH THE FOLLOWING STAFF RECOMMENDED
CONDITION:
1.     SPACE 1 AND 6 MUST HAVE UNITS IN APPEARANCE AND SIZE AS PROPOSED
       IN EXHIBIT C.
MOTION SECONDED. MOTION PASSED BY COUNCIL PRESENT. . (MCDONALD AND
SHAW ABSENT)

E.      Resolution 2006-14: Creating Pavilion Beverage Authority
Town Attorney Jerry Dahl presented Resolution 2006-14 for Council’s consideration. He
reviewed the current Pavilion’s liquor license and potential for change. The resolution creates
a Pavilion Beverage Authority so the Town can hold the liquor license in the future. The
effective date needs to be changed to September 6, 2006.
TRIPPE MOVED TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 2006-14 CREATING THE PAVILION
BEVERAGE AUTHORITY AND GRANTING IT CERTAIN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
IN CONNECTION WITH ALCOHOL BEVERAGE SERVICE AT THE SILVERTHORNE TOWN
PAVILION WITH SECTION 2 TO READ SEPTEMBER 6, 2006. MOTION PASSED BY
COUNCIL. (MCDONALD AND SHAW ABSENT)

F.     Resolution 20006-15 - Appoint Municipal Judge
Dahl presented Resolution 2006-15 for Council’s consideration. He reviewed the previous
night’s interview process for the Municipal Judge position.
LONG MOVED TO RESOLUTION 2006-15 APPOINTING DAVID A. HELMER TO BE THE
MUNICIPAL JUDGE FOR THE TOWN OF SILVERTHORNE ENDING JUNE 1, 2008.
MOTION SECONDED. MOTION PASSED BY COUNCIL. (MCDONALD AND SHAW
ABSENT)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:
      Summit Housing Authority – Impact Fees – Bonnie Osborn
Bonnie Osborn reviewed the potential ballot issue for permanent funding through several
possible taxing options, including impact fees, sales taxes and/or property taxes.

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Council and staff discussed the different options presented.

EXECUTIVE SESSION:
None

INFORMATIONAL:
A.   “Managing Your Public Official’s Liability” - CIRSA Video (20 Minutes)
B.   Planning Commission Meeting Minutes – April 18, 2006
C.   SPORT Committee Meeting Minutes – April 20, 2006

LANUZA MOVED TO ADJOURN. MOTION SECONDED. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:33
P.M.


__________________________________________
DAVE KOOP, MAYOR

                                                          ATTEST
                                                          _____________________________________

                                                          MICHELE KARLIN, TOWN CLERK


These minutes are only a summary of the proceedings of the meeting. They are not intended to be comprehensive or to include each
statement, person speaking or to portray with complete accuracy. The most accurate record of the meeting is the videotape of the meeting,
maintained in the office of the Town Clerk.




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