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7A - Possable disposal of six acres at Valmont City Park for relocation of Pollard Motors.• DO NOT REMOVE - pRAB File Matenal CITY OF BOULDER ~~ PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE: September 22, 2003 AGENDA TITLE: Possible disposal of six acres at Valmont City Pazk for relocarion of Pollard Motors. PRESENTERS: Jan Geden, Duector, Parks and Recreation Department Jeff Lakey, Supermtendent, Plannmg and Development Drvision EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The purpose of this item is to transmrt to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Boazd (PRAB) further mformation concernmg the possible land disposrtion m Valmont Crty Pazk. The disposrtion is to facilrtate the relocarion of Pollard Motors to six acres m the Park along Peazl Parkway at the south end of [he Park. The relocauon of Pollazd Motors would free up land at its former site for the Boulder Transit Village (BTV), located at the ,,.~ northeast comer of 30`" Avenue and Peazl Street. ~ At the request of Pollazd Motors, the City ~s exanumng the possibihty of relocating the Pollazd's Jeep dealership because, although 25 other srtes were explored, Pollazd has expressed a preference for the park srte Several City departments aze collabora[mg on exammmg the request This rtem exammes two hypothetical options foc accommodating the dealership on pazk land The Boazd is asked to discuss and comment on the mformation. Staff suggestions for the PRAB aze mcluded toward the end of this rtem. The PRAB wdl also have an opporturuty to heaz ttus item at its October 28`~ meetmg. On the day followmg its October meeung (October 29`") the PRAB will transmit its advice to Council m a ~omt work session. Fiscal Impacts: Bud~etarv: Should the City act to move Pollazd Motors to the s~te, it will set back the already m-hand Valmont City Pazk development appmvals and will reallocate six acres of pazk land to other crty uses. To overcome the setback, staff time and other resources will be requued to regun pazk approval status that currently exists To overcome the loss of pazk land, the Crty is proposmg to compensate the Department m a manner and amount to be determmed To date, approximately $19,500,000 of pubhc funds have been spent, and at least ,,_, 72 pubhc meeungs have been held, to assemble the site, prepare the master plan, prepare the prehmmary engmeermg stud~es and cost estimates, and obtam w AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE_1_ ` ,, development approvals based on that work. If Pollazd Motors is located at ~^+; Valmont City Pazk and the pazk land is reduced from 132 acres as previously approved by the Council, then the current approvals will need [o be revised for 126 acres pnor to movmg ahead wIIh construction of future phases. Staff Time This rtem does and fiuther potenhal studies will requue addiuonal staff ume Should the Council choose to relocate Pollard Motors to the Valmont C~ty Pazk, addrtional staff and consultant time will be requued to authonze changes to the Valmon[ Ctty Pazk Development Plan compazed to the amount of staff tune requued to leave it as ~s Other Impacts: Econom~a The positive unpacts of erther the pazk pro~ect or the Transrt Village Pro~ect have not been studied. The mvestment to date m Valmont Crty Pazk, m rts entuety, is sig~ificant as already suggested, and is summazized later m the document Commumtv The unpacts from the standpomt of the pazks and recreauon commumty will be percerved as negative. The approved master plan was built azound the pnnciple of synergistic co-locahon of mutually supportroe acuve recreauon uses. The synergy concept was driven by two goals: to enhance the visitor expenence and convemence, and to reduce the use of automobiles The arrangement of achvrties promoted muluple uses and one-stop actrve recreation ~ potential. The former concept will be dimmished if six acres of the pazk is lost to other uses. Public Feedback: To date one commumcation from the pubhc has been received by the Department and is mcluded as Attachment A. Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that the PRAB discuss and comment on th~s uem There are staff suggestions for PRAB's consideration and these aze descnbed after staff findmgs m the Analysis and Options section below Comments and opimons provided by the PRAB will be forwazded to the City Council by way of rts mmutes m the Council's Weekly InformaUOn Packet After th~s month's meeung, staff will prepaze an rtem for the PRAB's consideration at its October meetmg based on the mformation received at the September meeung Analysis and Options: As requested, staff has prepazed a map (Attachment B) of the Pollard's proposal together wrth a cursory mdication of impacts to Valmont City Park and the Pazks and Recreation Department. The findmgs below diswss the proposal m some detail, and explore a few cursory impacts of implementmg the proposal. -~ AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE 2 ~ Findtngs on the BT'V/Pollard Motors Proposal ~ 1 The BTV/Pollazd proposal imagmes reallocatmg six acres formerly devoted to active mdoor recreation uses m the approved park plan to create a six acre automobile dealership parcel m the southeast portion of Valmont Crty Pazk (map is Attachment B). The proposal would reduce the pazk holdings from 132 acres to 126 acres. 2. If the proposal moves ahead to authonze City Council to complete this land reallocation, there will be many potennal re-design and reorgan~zation opportumties for Valmont City Pazk's land use and cuculation plan. For study purposes only, two re-design options have been prepazed and analyzed and aze presen[ed m findmgs below. In both options, Pollazd Motors is allocated approximately six acres m approxunately the same locauon m the pazk Staff beheves this u the location the company prefers. In addrtion to identifymg a location for Pollazd Motors, one vaziable has been mcluded to create two study options. The vanable is the locanon of the Pazk Operations Division facihties m the pazk. The two options are (see maps Attachments C and D). • Optron A- Pazk Operations Facilrties (Pazk Operations) Moves, and • Option B-Pazk Operations Operarions Facilities (Pazk Operations) Stays "Pazk OperaUOns" is the azea of the site where the primary pazk maintenance funcuons for the City oF Boulder Pazks and Recreauon Department are located. t ti, Please note that dunng the Valmont City Park plannmg process m the late 90's, ~t ~ was detemuned that six acres was an appropnate future land azea requued for Pazk Operations Since that time, the Mountam Parks staff has been re-assigned to the Open Space Department, mcludmg some of the functions that were thought to be needed to accommodate Pazk Operauons The former six-acre site need is now reduced to four acres. Also note that the "skate pazk" area descnbed below refers to a roughly 3 acre area where the adopted plan mcludes a skate pazk and some pazkmg. Stnce the time of planning Valmont City Pazk, a new skate park was built at Scott Carpenter Park, fulfillmg m a different locaUOn the pnor need for that function at V almont. 3. If the current park plan is imagmed as a chessboazd, then the followmg basic moves of "chess pieces" (land uses) nught cursonly descnbe the effects on the current plan of Option A- Park Operations Moves, (see Attachment C) wkuch would contmue the approved concept of re]ocatmg the Pazk Operarions srte to 49`h Street and Valmont Road: a. Move Pollard Motors to its desued six acre srte b Move Pazk Operations to west side of park and assume reduction of build- out space from six to 4 acres (due to loss of Mountain Pazks operations) Approximate cost to relocate $4 to $4 5 itull~on. r,., c Delete skate pazk. Assume need met by skate park at Scott Carpenter Park ~~, (which was built afrer the Valmont Pazk plan was adopted). AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE_3_ d Utihze new 8 38 acre s~te (previously occupied by Pazk Operations and ska[e pazk) for up to 88,000 squaze foot recreat~on buildmg and required pazkmg m azea, approximately replacmg uses lost to Pollazd Motors. e Utihze 2 5 acre srte west of 49`" Street for low-tr~c-volume recreation buildmg(s) or facihty development Site capacrty would be 25,000 square foot buildmg wIIh rts requued pazkmg f. The prunary development constramt for uses on 49`" is hmited d~rect safe access to and from the west side recreahon facihty srtes from Valmont Road wluch is restncted by high loadmgs on Valmont Road Option A- Park Operations Moves Pro's Con's Parks and Recreation loss of a s~te which can accommodate 98,000 squaze foot building may be mitigated by reconfigurat~on of the park plan to reveal two building srtes• • one 8 34 acre srte for the 88,000 squaze foot buildmg, and • one 2.5 acre srte for a 25,000 squaze foot buildmg Loss oF six pazk acres and associated development potential Pollazd Motors' impact on traffic may mclude offsrte ~mprovements to Peazl Pazkway and Auport Road (~f rt stays m the park plan); these improvements m the neighborhood may be improvements that the Parks and Recreauon DeparEment could avoid by providmg land for Pollazd Motors Loss of pnmary lazge facil~ty (98,000 squaze foot) site per approved concept plan at best locat~on on srte (access, views, entry) Auto dealer visual presentauon replaces primary pazk-like entry at Pearl Parkway wrth views of cars, buildmgs, and a non-park-like setung and design character Requues srte review amendment after sigmficant redes~gn and re-engmeenng AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE 4 ~ 4 Option B- Park Operations Stays (see Attachment D) would abandon the ~- previously approved concept of relocatmg the Park Operauons srte to 49`~ Street and Valmont Road. a. Move Pollard Motors to its desued six acre srte. b. Delete skate park as above c. Retaui the park mamtenance fac~lrties in rts existmg location and assume that 4 acres remam allocated to tkus use. A 4 34 acre site remams afrer shrmkmg the Pazk Operauons srte to 4 acres (due to loss of Mountam Parks operations) and deleung the skate park This new srte could support a 50,000 squaze foot recreat~on buildmg and ~ts requued pazkmg. d. UtIlize the two srtes west of 49`~ (4 acres and 2 5 acres) for low traffic volume recreation buildmg(s) to help compensate for the mdoor recreation space deficiency m"c" above, or for other recreation or operations facihty development Srte capacrty would be sigruficantly hituted due to restncted traff'ic flows the City has mdicated rt w~ll impose onto Valmont Road from 49~' Street. ~ ~ Option B- Park Operations Stays Pro's Cod s Pollazd development approvals may Loss of six park acres and associated include offsrte improvements to Peazl development potenrial; auto dealer Parkway and Auport Road as above presentation replaces prunazy pazk entry at Peazl Parkway Partially offset loss by creatmg a new Lessens the Crty's abihty to respond to srte for a 50,000 squaze foot buildmg unmet mdoor recreation needs and its parkmg The PRAB is encouraged to consider these examples and the issues they raise It is apparent that detailed proposrt~ons for redesign will requue pubhc mvolvement and further development of the land use program revision cntena, road and access cntena, and other critena that aze too complex to be ascertazned 5. Pnor actions and due dingence on behalf of the Parks & Recreation Department demonstrate a pubhc mvestment m the Valmont City Pazk pro~ect of at least 72 pubhc meetmgs and approximately $19,500,000 m public funds dedicated to the pro~ect smce 1996. These can be accounted for m the followmg manner •$14,463,000 was expended for property acquisrtions •$5,017,424 was expended for plannmg, design, srte clean up, annexation, and miual construction ~, AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE_5_ A break-out of plannmg related expenses mclude ,.,~ •$656,000 for concept plan and srte review, and annexation review and "' approvalprocesses(1997-1999) •$818,000 for staff (plannmg, des~gn, and oversight of construction 1997- 2003) •$565,783 for consultmg services to promote and support partnership development (1999-2003) 6 The approved Concept Plan / Site Review plan mcluded the followmg new land uses for construchon on 132 acres: a. Recreation buildings i. one 98,000 square foot buildmg and pazkmg (ad~acent Peazl Pazkway) ii. one 23,000 squaze foot bu~ldmg and parkmg (hillside near ~ail) m one 52,000 squaze foot buildmg and parking (egg fazm locauon) rv one adapted recreahon buildmg 8,000 square foot (Park Operahons) v one Platt Farmhouse histonc and spec~al gazdens for commumty events b. Acuve recreation. ~ i one open multi use turf azea and pazkmg ii one large play ground and pazkmg lot ui one large group picmc shelter (s) srte and pazkmg lot ~v two legion ballfields, four httle league ballfields and parkmg lot v one 1.4-acre dog pazk and ancillazy pazkmg vi one 1.5-acre commumty gardens and small bu~ldmg and subsidiary pazkmg v~i general pazk and commumty use areas, trails, and bridges vui one cross country ski trail ix one 20 foot wide bike racmg track (multruse trail) x. one 1-acre skate pazk a Neighborhood Commercial 4 acres along Valmont Road (south side) d. Parks Operations Facilities six acres to relocate to west side of srte e. Public Works. remove all uses from site f Ecocyle remove all uses from srte g. Other Wonderland Channel designated a natural area ~ AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE_6_ ~^ h. Two ditches and area between: generally natural undeveloped, trail system `.- only ~. General pazk uses hillside neaz jail property east of buIldmg ~. Goose Creek: generally natural undeveloped, Greenways trail The organization and arrangement of these uses was deternuned m pubhc meetmgs over many yeazs The alterauon of the orgamzauon plan by the Pollard proposal has "ripple effecY' imphcations on the organ~zation of the entue plan Wtule several azeas aze unlikely to need to be redesigned, many others will need to be shifred, reconsidered, and potenhally ehmmated Imtial very rough estimates for the total pazk mfrastructure (roads, utihties, demoLtion) costs, excludmg Phase 1 construction already completed, is approxunately $12,000,000 (2002 dollazs). Implementation of the Pollard's proposal would fundamentally alter the nature of pnor representations by the Crty to the pubhc concemmg the pazk's land use classification and permit status In addition, the Boulder Valley Comprehensrve Plan designates the 132 acres Valmont City Park as either "water," "pazk," or "neighborhood commerc~al." The azea desued by Pollard Motors is currently designated as "pazk." Further land use actions requued to complete the process of movmg Pollazd to the Valmont City Pazk site aze very hkely to mvolve• ~ a. Pollard Motors' apphcation to the Crty of Boulder for approval of the creation of a six acre dealership pazcel, a Comprehensroe Plan Amendment (Pazk to Industnal or Busuiess), correspondmg Rezonmg and Subdivision apphcations, and Site Rev~ew of the dealerstup's development plans. b. The Parks and Recreauon Department's applicauon (as the reduced-s~ze 126 acre Valmont Crty Park) to the Crty of Boulder for a revised Site Review Plan which would requue approval by the Crty through its formal Site Review Amendment process Since the pnor approval mcluded prehminary site engmeering for roads, utilrties, dramage, gradmg, sidewallcs, and so forth, the redesign would be detailed and complex, but would be the minimum requued to bring the status of the reduced-s~ze pazk plan, mcludmg the l~kely "npple effects" of such a substantial change, to the same state at wluch the presently adopted plan exists. Sigmficant time and money resources are l~lcely to be requued to redesign and re-approve the park land use orgamzation plan and obtam the development pemuts. It is difficult to determme the cost to redesign un[il there is an opportunity to determme the "npple effects" of changed land use and cuculation relationships on the park design 8. There u a long legacy of representation to the pubhc that Valmont City Pazk compnses 132 acres of land that was diligently planned and subsequently "~" reviewed and approved for development m vazious pubhc sethngs by the "`"r appropnate and highest authonties m the City of Boulder. As a result, there is a AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE_7_ widely held perception that any potential d~sposal or re-designauon of its lands for ,.~ other than pazk purposes would mvoke a public heazmg and a vote, bmdmg upo^ ,„ City Council, by the Parks and Recreation Advisory Boazd. Along with th~s understandmg, it is also widely believed that all of the lands of Valmont City Pazk aze mdeed "pazk lands° as defined m the Crty Charter and that requue a heazmg and vote by the PRAB pnor to disposal. Lastly, it is equally widely beheved that all of the lands commonly known and referred to as "pazks° by the public, admmistered and mamtauied by the Parks and Recreation Department and by the PRAB, aze mdeed "pazks" under the defimtion 9 The Crty Attorney has prepazed an opmion (see Attachment E), dated August 28, 2003, "Cuwmstances Related to Crty's Acquisit~on of Eastem Portion of Yazds Property " It oudmes that the "yazds" azea of the pazk was "ongmally acquved by the Crty" for Pearl Pazkway right-of-way purposes and expansion of the C~ty Yards w~th funds other than those that would grant PRAB rts charter-duected, pazk land disposal oversight. The opu~ion is clear m showmg that under the legal record, a portion of Valmont City Pazk not acquued by duect purchase as new public property by funds specifically defined m the Crty Charter u not sub~ect to PRAB review and vote concernmg disposal. 10. The BTV proposal mcludes the development of a nuxed use pro~ect of housmg, transrt, and commercial land uses, as well as a pnvate pocket pazk, res~dential and commercial pazkmg (see Attachments F, G, and H) The transit center element of the pro~ect ~s a stacked-deck structure for car parking, bus stops, and future rail transrt access. It is possible that a newly conceived stacked-deck design for the ~ automobile dealerstup might mutually benefit the transrt center, the dealersh~p, "i and the commerc~al and residential uses through the economies of scale that cmght be associated with it. The addrtion of a stacked-deck dealership to the Transrt Village concept might mean that only one or two acres of land would be needed for that use, as opposed to six, as presently descnbed. Concluding Dascussion The BTV concept plan might possibly be unproved, and the need for Pollazd Motors relocation elinunated, if an enlazged stacked-deck concept for Pollard Motors car storage, together wrth additional pubhc or pmate residenual or commercial pazkmg, were explored The addiuonal cost of stackmg decks aught be offset by the potential costs saved from not havmg to pursue land exchanges, to provide off srte development to serve the Pollard site, to extend uhhaes to the site, to transact the land exchange, to pay additional development review fees, to expenence the delays due to approval processmg, and to devote staff time to pursue these matters. The staff suggests that PRAB seek a stacked-deck desien study for the BTV to ascertazn the viabihty and potential ual~ty of vertical development of the srte. Staff also suggests that PRAB request a report on the critena used to seazch for potential akernative dealership sites, mcludmg an assessment of the alternative Qarcels explored, and the reasons why the critena were not met for each pazcel. ~ AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE 8 r^-• 2. If there is affirmat~on of the opmion that the Council may, based on the legal ^.. mterpretauon, choose to reallocate six acres of pazk land for the BTV/Poilard Motors Relocat~on, then there is the matter of ascertazning the process for deternumng the type and amount of compensation to the public for its park land loss at Valmont City Park. As shown m the findmgs, there has been a substanual process to accomphsh the defmrtion of the park pro~ect and to obtun City of Boulder approvals and permits Although not all of this would need to be abandoned wrth the relocation proposal, much of rt would requue repeatmg at substantial cost to the City of Boulder, as accounted for m the functions of the Pazks and Recreation Department. The staff sue¢ests that the PRAB affum a need to secure potential remunerations as follows, or as alternatively sugeested bv PRAB. a. A suitable re~acement stte of at least six acres with equivalent automobile pubhc [ransit and bikeway access and cuculation, open space (now provided b~}_Go~e Creek) and wildlife area proxuruty, development anvrovals and requued offsrte unprovements~ or b An eauivalent sum of cash for untestncted use bv the denartment for nazks and recreation pumoses which ts to addrtionally include the cost of the use of staff or consultants fo~lannm .~~nmg, and developmg - to the currently emoved state of approvals at Valmont City Pazk - those purooses. ,~ 3. There is a City Attomey's opmion upon wluch the Crty Council appears ready, in ~.- part, to base an action concernmg the reallocation of pazk land There is a strong sense m the communrty that all 132 acres of Valmont Crty Pazk aze pazk lands whose disposal authonty resides with the PRAB The staff wdl provide further mformauon on this issue at the September 22 meetm~for consideration and d~scussion by PRAB Attachments: A. Letter- Ms B Wilson Comments B Map: Valmont Crty Pazk Plan Showmg Pollazd Motors Desued Srte C. Option A- Pollazd / Move Park Operations Map D. Opuon B- Pollazd / No-Move Pazk Operations Map E. Crty Attorney's Opmion F BTV Proposal Map G. BTV Pro~ect Summary H BTV Memo ~~ t.., AGENDA ITEM # VII-A PAGE_9_ Attachment A From: Lisa Friedrich To: Georgia Jackaon Date: 9/16/2003 11:10:16 AM 3ubject: Fwd: Web Site Feedback Hi G- would you like to forward this to PRAB and whomever else appropriate? Thx >» web~ci boulder.co us 09/15/03 11 32PM »> !#f#iY4#**f*!fY'kR*'k'k#!#41#ff*Y#i4#4#f*fYltY~'4f4i3f#3##*4fi##S#34i3if#~.F}*k4*f!# * name: Beth Wilson email: missbawilsonc~hotmail com Date. 15 Sep 2003 Time• 23:32:26 HTTP User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5 0; Windows 98; DigExt) comments: ' To Parks and Recreation Board Members - r~ I have been followinq the Pollard Motors relocation saga with a great deal of interest, since I live in the Noble Park subdivision 7ust north of Valmont City Park. My neighbors and i banded together many years ago to show our support for the park, to replace the auto graveyard and pungent chicken egg ranch that once blighted our part of town. We also worked diligently to convince City Council that we needed and deserved a recreation center of our ^A own to serve the most densely populated part of Soulder, and the citizens of ./ Boulder agreed with us when they voted "yes" on the 0.25 percent sales tax to fund VCP. I acknowledge the dilemma regarding this displacement of Pollard Motors for the new Transit Village, but find it difficult to understand why, after watching parcel after parcel of commercial land being bought up all over Boulder these past few years (much of it with the high visibility Pollard Motors craves), now all of a sudden the only available land left is in a community park~ Presumably the Transit Village concept has been in the works for a while, creating an awareness that perhaps Pollard Motors should be looking for a new location. I ~ust don't get it. How ironic to come full circle, from an auto graveyard to an ugly used parking lot. I'm begging you, PLEAS& don't allow this slap in the face to our community and Valmont City Park! We didn't vote for this- we don't want Pollard hlotora in out beloved park - and we want our rec center, as promised Respectfully, Beth Wilson 4917 Franklin Drive Boulder "'~e _.. 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Move Pollard to 6-acre site east of Goose Channel: City Yards / Valmont City Park area -Move Park Operations to west side of park: assume reduction of build-out space from 6 to 4 acres, approximate cost to relocate: $4 to $4.5 million -Delete proposed skate park: assume need met by Scott Carpenter Skatepark -Utilize 8.38 -acre site (previously occupied by Park Operations and proposed skate park) for up to 88,000 square foot recreation building and requirea parking in area -Remove or incorporate park o~e~alions builcling into new 88,000 SF. recreation builcling -Provide low traftic volume recreation building of up to 25,000 square feet with required parking in 2.5 acre parcel west of 49`'' and south of Sterling provided by reduction of Park Operations space needs VALMONT CITY PARK-SITE REVIEW PROJECT PLAN DATE AUGUST 6, 1999 vpl_Pa.PY7-~txt7Ow~ 9-8-~~3 ~. 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Move Pollard to 6-acre site east of Goose Channel: City Yards / Valmont City Park area 6 -Retain park operations in existing location : assume 4 acre m~imum site Adci covered storage to existing site at cost of roughly $500,000. -Delete skate park: assume need met by skatepark at Scott Carpenter -Utilize 3.7 acre site (previously planned for skatepark) for up to 50,000 square foot recreation building and required parking -Utilize 6.5 acres (two sites 4 acre and 2.5 acre) west of 49"' for low traf~c volurne recreation building(s) or facility development. Site capacity would be 4 acre site: 50,000 SF building and parking 2.5 acre site: 25,000 SF building and pai•king * The primary development constraint is limited direct safe access ko and from the i•ecreation facility sites from Valmont Road Y ~ ~ ~ ~ a C7 VALMONT CITY PARK-SITE REVIEW ~Zbs~ ~~.~ a.,.,,~ Avenu., S~ill. z~~ PROJECT PLAN DATE I , ''`°.°°". ~°'"`"~" "°2'" AUQUST 6. 1999 ~~ ~~'~ ~~~,~'~~~ ~'~"'"" nano r..~ ana ~nn a-,an „~, .,.,,....,,... `lA~PAPV7-11y77f~'N~, ~-s3-~' .t f~ ff I~P~~ 1> %~~~~'~ ONHNlN~~~ j j ~Ir~a~u~~ 1 ~ ~~~ ~ 1 o~ '~~` ~ ~ ~{:~4.d.cRE'~ ~ " i~ ~. , , ~° ~ ~ ~ ~~ \ ~iu~or -~- \ ~ ~ \ ~ ,,,P~ 6~.~ , ...~. , ~ ~ , ~ ~ ~ ~ .' ` ~1 ` ~ ` /. > / , `" -~ - ~ ~'~' ~~ ~.: Attachment E ~^^ `°.- CITY OF BOULDER, COLORADO ~~~.~~ MmiaW &dNn6 tTTl &md~a7 Ps Omta B~ ~9L Badda.ColaWO 90306 Takpham (74[i1 ~tal-iQ20 Femmde (3Uf!) J41-7879 /~~/~'~~~ -/~p~ ~ ~ ~IE.~IOR~YDG~1 ~ ~ TO: Frank Briuto, Ciry Man~~er Christine Andersen, Depury Ciry ~fanager 'fi~n Geden. Duector Depaztmeat of Parks and Recreation John Pollak, Acting Eo-Director of Departmenc Housin; and Human Services Tracy Winfi~ee. Duector of Transportaaon Micki Kaplan, Senior Transportadon Plann~ r~ FROM: Jerry P. Gotdon, Deputy City Attocney ~ SL'BJECT: Circ.imstances Related to City's Acqnisiaon of Easum Pordon of Yazds Property DATE: rlugust 28, 2003 Tlus memorandum descnbes the results of research related to that pomon of the Ciry Yards that is located east of Goose Creelc Tfie owners of Pollard Motors have expressed interest in chu property as a potenaal relacacion site whea chey have w leave their current site in order co make mom for che proaosed BouIder Transit V'illage. The issue involves tIIe timitations, if any, imposed by Chazter § 162 upon the sale of ttus ]and. The Charter pmvision limits rhe disposal of park lands by providing that padc lands may be disposed of only after aa affirmauve vote of at least four members of the Padcs and Reczeaaon Advisory Boazd. ITiis is relevanc because the pomon of the Yards' laad under coasideiation in che memorandum has been under coosideration for developmeat for Parks purposes. PerGneat Charter Provision _.~. ~. The phrase "park lands," as uulizea m Charter ~ 162 is defined by Charter § 15a. riccordiag co chat definiuoa, land ~s "park lands" (for tlus purpose) only ~f ic falls mto one of the following ttuee cate~ories: 'C~.rwfnmwnn ~am usm ~s +c'-ysw wpC AGENDA f f EM # ~ i I-!~ ~ PAIGE~ Land that was donated co the Ciry for park or recreauon purposes; 2. Iaad rhat was acquued by the Ciry throu~h purchase, dedic~rion, deed, or condemna[ton for park or cecrea[ion purposes; or, 3. Laad tha[ was purchased or improved in whole or in pazt with fuads from the permanent Park and Recreanon Fund Research Research mta Ehe circumscances of the acqmsinoa of ttus proper[y has disclosed che followin; A 1982 memorandum from Ron Donahue of the Parks aad Recreanon Department indicates that 43.79 acres of land in ttvs azea were acquired from Shor~ vfilne, a Colorado parmership. Apparently five pa~els (plus a,~ift parcel) wete acquired by the Ciry over a period of four years between 1969 aad 1973. In the 1982 memocandum, these parcels aze descnbed as parceLs A though E, and a"~ft pazcel;" (see Attachment A). Based upon a visual evaluaaon of perrinent maps, it ,,.,~ appears that parcels "D" and "E" of this ~oup make up che area cuaeatty under considersaon.` t_ , The source of the funding for the purchase of these parceLs is esrablished by informaaon generated by the Cic}~s Fiaance Deparoment la aa email communicarioa dated 7nae 9, 2003, the account aumbers cha,ed for the acqaisidons of the various pazcels are listed; (see Aaachmeat B). T2vs informaaon sugo su that the land was pucchased using the Public Improvement Fund'- As a cesult, it does not appear that any part of the land in quesuon ~s affecud by Charter § 162 restacuon on the disposal of pazk lands. This tand was not "donated" for Parks usage or any other usage because the Ciry purchased the land. There u no evidence to sugo st thaz the land was origutally purchased for Parlcs' purposes. Ia fact, the 1982 memo says chat rhese parcels `tvere acquued for future right-of-way of Peazi SCSet and the eapaasian of Ciry Yazds." ` If it became cnncal to do so, Public Works could confirm thu conclusion by us~ng GIS data w matcfi up the metes and bounds descripdons on the dr_ds with ~he Yards ~~x~^ou map- Howcver, the visual map anaIysis ~s clear wich respect to the idencificanon of the parceis. = In che Ptul Ludwi; and Cappie Fine amail there ~s a noce that thls "public improvement" expenditure was composed of Qansfers Irom other deoarmieacs. However, no fvnd detail beyond '""~ this could be lacated ~' K~pwrx~mpulO Lwa ~ssm,s ~az~a. woa AGEt~oa ~n # Y I I"-~ , PAGE 65 ~~ ~ Conciusion Based upon this and some addicional reseazcfi, it appears that there is no evidence that this ptnpezry was puichased or improved with funds from che permanent Park and Rzcreadon Fund The evidence is cleaz that this land was ori~nally purchased with ocher funds. The fact that the limitarions imposed by Charter § 162 have no app&cation to ttus properry daes not mean thaz Parks' needs in this area shouId uot be coasideied. To [he connary, Parks' uses are important and should be considered as the Ciry determines how ro ut~lize its various resourc°s. Ta the end, the Ciry may decide that the Iand here ia question, or other nearby land, ~s best uulized for P~its purpases. How,ever, in deciding how to allocate its land resources in t2us area, the Ciry will presumabiy balaace all of is vanous noeds aad pnoades. Based upon the research noted here, u appea:s that Charter $ 162 will have no applicanon to chac balancing ezercise. AttacLmeats: The conciusions ia tteis memoraadimm are based, in pazt, upon aa analysis of the following attached documeats: ~..- A. Mazch 16,1982 memorandum with map to Ron Donahue, Pa~cs and Reczeanon Department, authored by Fari Peattie af the Real Estate Services/Opea Space Departmeac B. Email memorandum from Phil Ludavig and Cappie Fine daud Juae 9, 2003, detailing rese~+ch inco account numbers ideaafied ia Earl P~trie's memo. C. I,etter from Fianron Companies aansmitnag 2.61 ace gft parcel m che Cicy D. Deeds for the parcals idennfied in Earl Peaztie's memoraadum. E. 1999 Annexation \~tap of Valmont Padc and Yards Expansion area ,,^^ ~ ~c.~rwneby~o ~m u~ue,a•ezN• wro AGENDA ITEM #~~, PA~,~ ~~ M=~~~P,;:~7U~4 T~: Ron Qonahua, Parks and~ ~a.*.~n 0_~a•_~ne~= ~ t'..~.,.."~•--- P_ " _ai cs_ S~~vf~ :/Oo_n Saa-~ ~]e.=~_r=_n_ PrtJM: =3r~ C. =3_~~~, ' ~ ~ ° ^=- ° ~ . ~ pA;=. Mar=h To, l:o_' t~~: tZ°_S°'sT'Cl '~3r.^:.~.'R'RQ ~~ d~.^.ItTaT~i4R Oi Ci_`> OWTIBd'. ~7':~°^=V ioca=°_E 9n N"ct Sec. Z3, TtN, R;OW. i 03 ~°_31 ~5.3=° ~7E73Ptm_n~ Rd5 DI2Q_ d.^6_5°_3~Cn a= t!1? ~ I i°5 pertaining ta the Ci~y's ecqa;s~_i~n Q' 4°.~? a=r_s ~- Tazd tOC.'_~°d Ttt .he nortneasL QU31'~_~ 0' ~?C~SO^ ~3, i~W^S~Ta ~ Nor_rt, Ranqe 70 W°s~ and has roartd tne =otiowing: ' j. ~fl8 aroeerty Md5 3:~111,^°_Q b~/ M2RI.^.~artdun ~' 4t~O°!fi°_~~ Wl~h ~ ~urchaseo~~torts `;am Shar_ and M7 n~ and ea.,a .~?rtl 8, ]?~3. ~ ?. The 'Tle indica~_s tna_ ~h= acr=_ag=_ wzs accuired 'or r=aiign_d Paar1 Stre=~ right-a~-wzy and ~:~e exazzsion o~ Ci~y ya;ds. 3. t'~ ~`.0~`.37 0' 7 pa.^C°_TS G~ Tand ~'J1U5 d C~~~ pd'~°1 W°!'°_ CO~Y_y°~ to tne C;~y over a pe~iod o= 4 y=_3rs ~rom Ap;il, 14fi? L~ M3y, 14~3. '~.. Q~~3Cf1°d TS 3 SQ?.^ W1~~1 ~he l3:'T°•~°fl~~'s~^C?15 OU~lined 3S ":~"~ n~n a~~ n~u= n`u 4~~ =na Zt-~ D8,"=°~. s ~ :. ~d-C°_IS ~t,~u dfid '~8° WOLLZS L;SQTCE'8 ~l12 P?QU1;'_,i ~f:~i=_aT-WC,I ;p~ i.~2 °X=°-(1S70rt 0' ~°_3.^'1 SL."'O_°_= i °_d~T3nmer,_. o. The ~i'~ Rarc~1 ;s recu~r=_d 'or t~se re~oca_~an o' 3ou?d_- ~~9°K whtch 1~ R°_C°S'ad'~! 'Or ~:7? ~~fl5~^'1C:~JR ^v' '°~~'~~13•{ ~:3T'T CC.^oa:. ;. -hE ~7're ind'ca=ed _:sa~ 'a;C='s "C~•, "7,~ 3na "_" were acautr_~ ~Qr 't1~J~° ± i'~11~'07'W2! 7' ~a¢'T ~=^oo~ dR3 ~.12 °_: 7ZRSSJR ~' ~t'Y ya~Q"a. 3. 'ne '~i;ew'ng '.n'~r^~a_-on -ram _i= =~;,s aer_a=ns _~ ~ie _'os'nas o= ~aca ~ar_=_~ zs sncwn ~n _i~ na~: ~ _ At.achmen~ ~ ~A~#„~~~~ ~~ ..~~.~J.. Ron Donahue r°'"' Pag~ Two `~ Mar:n lo, i922 ' Amoun= Accaun: Parcel No. Da~e Acreaa_ Paid Cnara~d Op:ion Mon~y Depasit Q/30/o3 0 $ T,000 043 T~ 2130 °q" 4/34/09 8.i3 4i,00~ OQ? 1~ 2i3o/$io ~( , Oo3 317 io"9/~2~,01 6~i~ Parc=_1 11/E9 2.61 _ -0- °g" 1;3i/70 B.Q~ 43,000 049 14 2323 „C" i/71 8.0~ 45,040 ~ na_ in ftle "D" ~~• . 1/31/72 8.0~ ~ic a7,000 ~ LTQ 4~ 8072 °~° 1/3i/?3 9.00 4?,~JQ~ i?p aa 8r,~? 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Fne, Cappie; Fntsch, Ixa, Ludwig, Phd, Luebs, Tem; Osika, 9ob; Smith, Nelda Oate: 8/9/03 4.36PM Subjeet: Re: Old Account Numbers re City Yards Ownership Thanks so much to bath of ~ou! »> Phd Ludwig and Capp~e Fne (Phd Ludwig) o6/a8/03 043~ PM »> Fran, Just to confirtn what we diseussed about the property purchases in quesUan, the informatian below ~s based on what we cauld find on the old accaunt number structure, us+ng the chart of acraunts, 1968 8 1969 CAFR's and a posting ledger from 1968 Date Account Number Charged Amount 4130/69 049 14 2136 5 1,00~ Major Thoroughfares Fund (now Trensportation fund) 4J30/69 049 14 2~36 516,000 Ma~or Thoroughfares Fund (now Transportation fund) • M30/69 068 317 189 525,~00 Water Jtllity Pund •Acqu~sft3on of aquipment 1/31/70 049 742323 543,00o MajarTharoughfares Fund (nowTransportation fund) 1/71 ~iVot in F1e 545,000 Unknown 1/31/T2 L10 448672 547,000 Public (mprovement Fund -funded by transfers from other departments (no fund detaii availablej 1l31l73 L10 44 8872 549,000 Pubite Improvement Fund - funded by transfers from othar departrnents (no fund detail available) p,r°^ """ »> Fran Nelson 08/06103 0248PM »> Would an old audit have tfiese axourrt numbers and wh~ch dept was assigned tn each ~ »> Steve Felten 08l08/031128AM »> Lea: is th~s something Jim pn detertnute from fixed asset records~ Steve »> Fren Nelson O6l08/03 11:19AM »> We nead some uifortnahan as saon as poss~ble eonceming the breakdown by City departmerrt(s) of the purchase of ihe Ciry Yards property. We faund an old memo that gave the foliawmg irrtartnatlan: The property (5 separate parcels) was acquued fram Shart and Miine at vanous mtervals hetween Aprtl 1969 - May 1973. Date Ac.count Numher Char aed Amount M30/69 049 t4 2136 S 1,000 4l30/89 049142138 516,000 4J30/69 O68 317 189 525,000 1/31/70 049 14 2323 513,000 1/71 #Not in F8e S•t5,000 1/31/72 L10d48672 547,000 1/31l73 L10 44 8672 549,000 ~ Here is the irrtortnaUOn we need: ~o.. _ 4ttac~ment 3 ~pq ~# ~I I- , PAGE~ AUG-29-03 FdI 11~03 Atl COB OPEN SPACE t1T4 PKS . ~ • - FA}{ N0. 720 504 20i2 P. Ot/Ol ~- ~~~y .~3 a59 ~~.~T~RON COMPaNIES ~OgT OiFiC! sOX 21f. s0Ul0Eq, CCLORA00 l0302 ~MOME (10]) ~a~-2tS~ Kavember 2L, 1469 Mr. AndY g. Hrtscoe Diractor of °uhLc Wacks CitY of BouIder MuniciPal Huilc'1nq Boulder, Colcrado Dcar Ntr. -riscoe: £acicsed, Ls cur Quit C1zL~a Dead pro~+idtng coaveyaace as a gif: ~ t~e ~ity o{ gculder of 2:6I aces af land lyLzq iust west of 55tz Sccet between Valmont and Arspahoe. I assuma that Yca wiu accomplish reecrdaton of this iastrumeat and wov.Ld apareaata a aote waea pou have a Recap~'an ilumhcr for my referanca, rely~ D. S. RonLnson Rescurces 4tanager nR:se Enc!osure ~ ~ ~ Attachment C q~IDA ITEM #~,~, PAGE ~_ ~ } `. ~ i S t F L 'eN• E~~0.. _ ' Zf ~emCx.Ci i~ 0 Bh6EP'v~.~^p~ ~v~E ct GRAPHIC SCALE Iptsr) -/ I 1 IeeO ~ 2U0 R / ~ ANNE% ~ORD 4384 19JB ZONED MH-E 5262 9 8y ~d -~ _ iw~LP . __ ~1 i 3 . ~E ~ m ~! i O = U ~ ~ i ~n G Q e - i o ~ ~ ~ Y ~~ x ~ ~ I `-' < i~t1 ~ ~ ~!~ I a~i J rv 9 19~9 - =p~=w ~- ~ ~ m~° ~ ZONED IG-E ~~ QT6~F~I~ULDER ENCLAVE E ~ -~NNE%~9RV 5565 ]/9/93 CONED MF-D ~~~ s~ rv_r _4.~ u ~nu.yw mnv ~p~p pL ~er' ~B PARCEL 2 OF'BOUW~•DER PARCEL 2 ENCL/ nREA 592J AC ANNEX ORD Q341/12/83 ZONED P-E m \ N r ¢ < M ~ e~ O i a pTY4 B~O~IDER ~ g a ~ qtt Ci BOUlOER Ie td I • ' 8 J I H PARCEL 1 ENCLAVE 6 AREA 45 59 AC S 0 B ~ARCEL i g a~ ~ ~ f ~ v+r+~+w'u'.....~~..r.~ ~-~.i n.~ f ~ / CI ~OmYOUaLD~R ENCLAVE LEGPL CESCRWTICN PNi[A I Of ~ IMItB Q I/JO L4L~~E0 M TE $pIM I/Z 6 TE SW11EYi I/4 6 5£C1101 21 TM lpOW V i~f EiM P M M BqyllR CdNfV Cytltbq MqQ ~Y1}iyYyy (B(R4ED tl Rpypq Cp~EMtINL ~1 TE SqT~ I/4 CMl1 Y 310 5lC~IW 21 IIEMCF yp5 PE Y/JTi I.XIE ar a~m SwM[rr ~a N ev55 cv E io0 Oe=A AIRPORT SOViH LCT 3 i~cxt[ N o0'01 io W 50 00 (re[q m~ rarrt a~ Nmm Rwxr-v w~v or ZONE~ IM-0 ~411Y~T PUO, tl 0!lUJEO W FILM 1191 ~l Rf~frtlW M/~ER l.l.N40li Tf BOIMY coxrv ptwm e~e ram Ysa eeiw .~e rohi a 9eeiw'xs Mw2 N OOroi IP N liTi ST (fLL1~ Ilqa n[ Ea* ia! p i ilyti o uip u 1sW1to a pp}t IRS ~~ PYE LN.. x M BwRR [wnv Iktpp f~0 u[ uio uwa ~[ Err PwM.>nv~r N dwwr Ro~o No II! ~awnv rm~ M[ana aNwcn <Se6 Y04J54, i0 1 roiMf M M NWM ~a! 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FlN IM IHb~W W LO.NLO ANNEX ORD 6481 2/19/80 ~ 1~~ 5 eaSSlS• W mniww rao nt Nartx wexrar-rr~r ure ~ie *~ Nw+x ZONED IS-D um s rw~ eura r oeawws a cw~ nN re ueraria~ w ~ww.o va s~ 6vr) ~ i~EXR 3!9'00'10 W. wrtouNO ~Lpp M NW'x Rwrt-a-N~v tr[ No TE NWI*x ,~ uie a wr rw~w u muwm a vxn no) ro qnxmw w 4~ucc s~o 2s ryec*) ro M NWl1At]! CM61 f a4p ~Y6[~ Np TE Paxi 4i BfGIAMC M $YO /YkEI [urtYM 45 59 AUEf v.Wx4 xq C SIS/w c N lfcG~ oESCARwH ~ Pdl[8 2 b R~~M2LV~YOtWI~m~Wnx1ILP52tilY~2! iIN,RJOW ~M6MPM p~ S ea.m ca.n tanxua we wmwx~ enwem u ra.ws tawecwo ~r u~ twrtn u~ cwei a am senia n naa 5 ao~o oa E, uaw ~ xsimswm ~~ a auo smw 2~ ~0 50 OFr ) ro w'ov~rea~ aart-a-Mn. W-a-M'1 a vwew~n aau s omw~ a Mn uu. u rzcvnw ra ~mon or M eoum twm ~am e~m cma eow +~c vorrr x eECx~xc T~912 4w. 1N u9 5W~1lLt R-0-W W.WB Yp<O S QFFEi) Sy~x T M NaMIMtFS~pgcilON.! 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LISCENSED iN ixE STLTE OF ColU0.~Yp MEaElY STI~E SN~T Txli ~WIfNIIWN MAY NGS YNEVIREY ~Y XE OP UIUER MT IIESPONSI~~E LMANLE ON MdNCX ~i 19f9 N02S \ 1 TIE PURPoY Q~ i1M5 YM IS t0 IXUGHICALLT PqtiPAT 1HE \ \\ uN0 TO BE ANNEXED N iXE C1TY Cf BCULDER .1N0 pCES NOi OON~LO 1.ENSEN CCNSTiUiE A MIXIU4O11E~ L4N0 SUFYET 9Y CITY OF iHE cOtOMOO Y 1. 5 fiNSf BWL~EA SUfl~ET OEPT [ITT 6UPVETOR i0G TME [IiY pF BO~I~FN 2 BEPRINGS ARE B~SED OM ME NORl11 11NE Of 1HE NE i/{ OF YCnp1 28 BEING N 8955 a9' E .l iHE PMCqS i0 BE ANNE%ED M MIS M~P nRE IN 4N ENttwvF SURRWNOEC BY GRENWS Gtt OF BOVLDER u1NE%~TONS PS SXJMN ON WE MnP BY iHE JRpNANCE NUYBERS ANO DAIES ~I ~ __...~___~... ~ ~ ~ .t~ ~ ~ •• ~ornae CITY OF BOU~DER, COLORADO W ` ..~.,_, ~ ~ ~ ~/aM ~.~r u.~ ~~ Y ~~~y~ Yn0 a.`3Y, ~!~~ a~ a w~i µ sc.P CITY4 ByOpLDER SITE REVIEW SHEET 2 AHNE%qT1pN MAP PROPOSED VALMONT PARK ,Q„ CITY OF BOULDER, PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT ANNEXATION MAP i ~ enca~ne Rc.~ ~ V ll'N oer_r .~ N A,r. ' . ~ ~ ~~U ~ i,OnL , ~~~ ~ `, ~ ~~~.~.~~. ~ ~~~~m . ~,,y . , ~. _ ~__ ~ r~ ~~ I ~i7r~~rr~r.--rurrinnn - - -~ --~ ~-s - l ,,,,, L~l~_' "' •~ lteecpllon [Jn.^d~~)~11! ~~ ~ . .. ~ Ilecntda~. d ~~ '1~1119 llEl',11. ~Ixde llils StlOtt'1' AMU M[LNt3, a parLnership, ~~,~~~ ~ , day o! f/\~- , 10 , behvemi 1~ F N<-~L ~zi:~~ ~.-~7-'i~z ol Uie County of I3oU1deY , end 9tate of Cobradn, of lhe flrat pnrt, and C1TY OF l3UULllCR, a municipal corporation s empornUon duly orgnnlzeJ nnd exleking undar end by vhlue of tl~e Ipwe ot lhe glnle o[ COlOYdclO ot lha eacnnd port; Wfl'NIi8dE7'It,'Phek the eald parly a[ khe tlrat pntt, tor nnd In coheiJeraklou o[ Lhe euw of COR'1'Y-SGVLtJ TIIOUSANU ANb NO/100-------^-----------------i~oL1,A~t9, to lhe eaid pnrt y of the tiret pert lu hand pnid by lhe enid perty o[ U~e eccond pnrt, lhe tecelpt pherenf le ~"""" hereby con[ceecJ anJ neknowledge~~, 6n e grnnted, hergeined, eo1J and convoyoJ, nnd hy U~eee preeaule do e9 'W.- grnnl, bn~qein, eell, cnnvey nnJ,een[~rm, unlo lLe eelJ patty ot lhe eeconJ pnrt, ile saeceaao~a end neelgne forevor, ell o[ llie following deecribeJ or psrcel oI loml, situeto, lying end being In lhe Caunly o[ BouldeY , end 8late of Colorado, la-wit: Commencinq aL- the center oE Seation 28, T1N, R70W of il~e 6th P.M., Erow which the W 1/4 corner of said SecY~ion 20 beara 509°56'15"W, ll~ence N89°56'15"E 480.00 feet alonq tlte ~ast-West c~nLeLlir~e of said 5eativn 28t 'rlienee Northeabterly 302.15 feot alc~ny Llie arc oF a curve conoave to the Northwe9t to a poinl- lanyenl, eaid arc having a ractius o£ 1300.00 feel- and beiny suliL-ended by a chord tliat beare N60°39'31"G 301.98 feetl 1'hence Pl54°UU'G 580.92 feetj Thenee N36°00'W 200.00 feeL-i Thence N54°OU'C 16.10 PeeL- to tl~e Trus Point of Beg,inninqf '1'I~enee conlinuing N54°00'C 477.64 feett Tlience NO°02'OS"W '18U.00 feet to the Soulh riyl~t-of-way ].ine of U~o Union Pacific: Railroacl) 7'I~ence S8l°03'35"W 390.30 feet alonq tl~e 8outli riylit-of-way linA of snid Union Pacific Railroad to a point on a line L•hat beara NO°02'05"W from L-lie '1'rue Poinl of Ueyinningj ' 'Pl~ence SO°02'05"E 1014.84 feet to the mrue Point of Deginning. ~ ~ ~~ ~ AGENDA ITEM # v ~ ~- a, PAGE~ , ~ ~r,~,,- ~~<,~ ~.~ sso~ ' ~J ~ ' ~~.Q-t'i~`0596/A ~f ta~~` ~ - ,r- • 1 ~ 7 - 73 ~.._,.+. ~._... _~ ~---------___ ----- - .. 1'ws ll~ru, ~t~ae u~t~ .~ ~ ~~ S110R'1` ANl) M~LNi~, a parLnerahip ef the CnuPly n( ~30UICaBY ~ ~r ~~1~~1'r /iP ~ a~,y ~~ (~cZ~7crr.,t.~r'l ,,o lz 4i~6~w,o ,' ~-~-neR ~ -I CU Ir~ :1 ~~q; ILG~ N ~En T 10 ~ ~If ~13 ~;, , ~ ~. , t 1 rr,~~r , ~; ~, ~~F~: i~;n~.r. ! u ~,~ , nnd 9lsle of Colorado, of Lhe firek pnrk, end Ct'1'Y or 13oULDER, a municipal corporal.ion I~kb~1~tN~,~it1{..M o emporel{nn dolq orgnnhed nnd Extetlup ~uider end by vl~bie o[ the lewa o[ t6o Btote of (]OIpTdC~o nf lhe em:ond part; ' 1VI'I'NI's891~:1'll, 7'bot the eeld pert ~r ot H~o first pnrk, !ur pnd In emieidornUon ot kho s~m~ o[ I'~lt'l'Y-NLNts '1'ilOOSAND and ho/100----------------^----------^--uoLLAR9, te Uie eald perlr~ of lhe thst pert In hnnJ palil by Lhe eald partr of the eccond psrl, Lhe recelpt whereof le h~~nUy con(aeeed nud acl~nowledRed, Ln 8 grnnted, fisrgeinod, dold an~ con~eyed, nnd by lheeo proeaula do C6 greut, bnignln, eetl, conany nuil contlrm, imlo Lhe ssld pattq o1 !he eacond pert, Vte eucreeeore aml aeelgne ferevar, ~ ell ot Llie followhig 8eemfbed or p~ree) ot Innd, eiW~ele, ~y1ng aml beb~g 1n ll~e ~'' CQu'nty oi AOU1d~Y ,*nd Stnts of Colora~M, !o-wlk: Conuuenctnq al- 4he center of Seation 2~, T1N, R70W oE tlie 6l-!i P,M., from wlilch lhe ~J 1/4 corner of eaid 8ecl•ion 28 bearg 589°56'1S"W, tlience Nd9°5G'15"G 980.00 feet along the EasL•-Wesl- r,enLerllne of said Section 20j Thence Northeasterly 302.16 feet aloug llie arc of a curve aoncave to the Nortl~west i:o a point L•~inqenl:, said aro havtng a radius of ].300.00 feot and being subl.ended by a chor~i thaL- beare NGO°39'31"C 3tl1.48 Peetj 't'hence P15A°00'I: 508.92 feeti 'Pl~ence N36°00'W 200.00 £eett 7'hence N54°00'L 493.74 Feet to tlie True Point of Beginninqt ' '1'itence continuing N54°00'E 672.84 feet i:o a point of curve to tlie ri ylilj Thence Norl.heasLerly ]7.29 Eeel• along ~he ara of sai~i curve, said .arc l~aving a racliu<.s ctE 1300.~Q faet ahd 6eing aubtended by a cliord L-I~aI- l~eara N59°22'97"E 17.24 feett 't'I~enae NO°02'05"W 462.77 feet to ll~e BouLl~ riyht-of-way line oI tlie Union PaciLic Railroadt '1'I~enae WesL-erly 117.37 feet along t•he 5ou~1~ riylit--of-way line of s~id Uulon ]~acitlo Railroad and along l:he are of a curve concave ,~., lo L-Le i4orth Lo a poinL• tangent, said aro haviny a r.adius af i~, 2919.93 feet and Ueing subtended by a chorcl tltat beara SUO°54'23"W 117.36 feeLj 7~lience &F32°03'35"W 496.95 feet alonq the Soath riglit-of-way line oP eaid Unton Pacific Railroad to a poinL• on a line l-tiat bears NO°l12'05"W L-rom L-l~e True Poinl: of 8eqinning- Y'lience 80°02'05"G 7D8.00 feet to the True Poin~ of oeqinning. ~~ ~ ~ AGENDA ITEM # V I1-!~ , PAGE ~~ ~~~`~.~~u~.wmw~~YM~If~~~WVV'a.~.illr ~~ i~lu4J~WLiCl~W~jlt~Yl~~ ~~~1'~'~•.i ~ ~~~' ~~~ ~~~4144Yi/L.~IIN~AIIM¢4Vi4~L~~~4~i.~f 1 7 / 7 ?~ ":...-.,- ~ 7-tL<~~ ~ ' ~~ ~ /e~.e~ G ` 1 J' ~ 9 l J. , ~ ~ . ~~~ ~~ Y~ ~~,,~~ , . , e ,, I ------ - - _ _ _. _ ....__ ._.______. ~ ~~~1119 ~)GEII~ MeJo lhle 17LI1 -- --^`~I~~y ~'[ Jr3tIL1iL'Y r Ib 71 ~bol~vicea SIIUIi'P AP~U MLLPJC, a partneral~ili~ o! tlie Cnimty of AOU1c1eC , nnd 8tato ol Uolnrodo, vt lhe tiret pert, enJ CL'1'Y Ul~ BUULI)IRk, a mluilcl~~al ooxpoa•at•1on, ~ eo~pornUnn July mgnnlacd end eziaUng unJer nnd Uy vlilue ot the I~w~ ol Lhe BLnle o/ C0101at~0 of LLe eeronJ pett~ WI'I'NISA91's'1'll,'I'hnt tho aeid pnrE y of the fhet pnrt, to~ nnd In coneldoraqon o[ lhe eum o~ Porly-P'Jve 'Phousand and no/100--------------------------- ' UGLI.Ali6, !o Uie eald pnitY o[ lhe flrek pert In henJ pa61 by Qie eaid psrly of the bocond pert, kbo receipk whereol le he~eby cmdeexed miJ neknowledged, he' 6 grnoted, hnrgelned, sold aud convered, and by theee proeonG do eg grent, bnrgnln, eel1, couvey and cont~in, unlo tho esid perty o! the second psrt, ite eueceeeore aod aeetgne foraver, nli of lha lolinwing deecdLud ur psrcel ot land, eituole, Irh~g end Luing In lhe Counky oI IIOU1deP , end 8lele ol Culotado, lo•wit: • Commeuciny aL- Lhe cenL•er of Section 28, T1N, RqOW of the 6tli P.M., from wliicl~ llie ~9 1/9 oorner or said Section 28 bears 8E19°56'15" W, lliei~ce NB9°56'15"L 480.00 feet along the ~ast-Weat oenL-erline of said Sec~ion 20t thence Northeaeterly 302.16 ieet alonq the nro oE a curve concave l.o the Norl•hweai: to a poinL• tangent, said ara having a radius oL- 1300.00 EeeL• and being eubtended by a chorc~ that beara NfrO°39'31"E 301.48 feei.t i.l~enae N59°00'~ 588.42 feett 1.lienee N36° OU'tJ 100.U0 feeL• i-o the True Poinl- of Ueginninqt Tlience N54°00'~ 16.10 feet; '1'lience NO°02'05"W 1014.84 feet to the South right-of-way line of lhe Uuion Paclfic Railroadr 'Plience S82°U3~35"W 317.75 Feet alony the 9outli rigl~i--ot-way line of. satd Uulon Yaaitic Railroad i-o the Northea~t coxner of that tract of lanQ conveyed i-o the City of Daulder, Colorado~ by beed recorded in 13ook 1U32 aL- Yaye 560 of tlie Boulder County Reaorda, Doulder Counly, Colorado; ' '1'lienoe 50°02'05"L 1199.5] feet along ti~e ~ast line of tliat 1:ract desurii~ed in said tiook 1032 at Paqe 560 to a point on a line that beara 354°UO'W from the True Point oF l~eglnning~ 'Phence N59°00'L 372.76 .Eeet 1.o the 7'rue Point of Deqinning. - Attachment D AGENDA ITEM # V~ I~ , PAGE~ ~ ~ ~ ~ G~ '7- f ---~ r ~ ..~"~~ s's `~1 ~~..' t ~~ _ ~ . ~~,,\•,\~~ !~' \. c~ , ;,~~ ~- f ~ ~~~: Z . .._. ~~ - ~~ _ _., ~`-~'=" .. . .. t T I { ~ ,.L:::r, ~ ~--~-, ~ CONCIPi AltlflNnfiVl ~ 1 ~d r:f US.~ 1~ ~~rL~~~} D ~ eauooo w.c,aau ...;~,+a~a c~exnen wc~Qe. Proqran, m .nv« ~ DisCUtflOn: ~I,PB'@Q :'_':i1L7 '.: 'k'f"~.: ~•; ,;4-~'.: ~ . +..PO iS0 rY'rkrt.:7'v8 p~OVkit+! tOr O mts Of 11 ACf@3 7 25 hE'~y ~"v5 ~n Stk] P<Yc~nq ,^~~ ~ rn~ o+.~rs+W um wr.n o unri sav+ce , 2(77 Uryh ta~d ~ t2 Gcxoga Pahrp ~~ ,,•,~,,.~+:r7 tarvrf~dal Co~M~o~~an! ihn dBVe130- ~~ fy 56 To,~m fWrt~6d lli+rB Wak - ^~,.~^.~ P~o+oMPe w+o propnbty requre sePO'ote 7 Buti merrt+o0at GoNnv 151 Yab~e A~xxmienrn a ~d~mrngrc.9 ~ onvo~OpC~f id f!19 rentc7'i O~W OwM+rsM1t> prGtl• 125 ^CN P!Y1i~q 0(Y'k ~Od t E~~ ...+i Are~;Y~t?i~ nc,v~7 a oCtun~.:~en +rr.ry;?^ w„z; 9; y. . L` 2&.~.1~^ . o..~ n1,~~,.;m -y±~S,ry ,;vG7 ~ ~.S•x'~O PCYk~~n~ ;Id~~?~.J . . t" • O~~C ~ c ~ ., _ , . ~ ~J_ .^y •.>y r ~, •.Y ~ ~ CNent ~~\; BOULDER TRANSIT VIIIAGE ~n;t~It~nl~ ~ , ~ ~ CNy a Boulda~ Plwse 11 Concepl Atternahve Y J Carter 8 Burgeu 8:,;~ ~~r ~;~;:~,:; •>rr~ ~~~ Van Motw WlNiams Poltock ~ CD ~ ~.,~.. ,... .,,,. . ~.~ ~. , 4 . .~.. ~ ~ ~ , J ~;', : ` i ` s ~; ~ /~; ~(~\~~ A Urbo~ Parku~p Cpur1 VrototypN p @OUltler HIftOHG T~nln ObpO~ ~~ B. Res~tlant+al Streel PrnlotvCse ~~~ t ~r ,~ ,_, ..i ~ ~.. ~ ~ ~. ... „ . Attachment G .,..- July 9, 2003 Boulder Transit Viilage Project Description: The Boulder Transit Vdlage is a proposed transit oriented development that wdl combine a multi-modal transit station with hous~ng and commercial uses at an 11-acre site at the northeast corner of 30"' Avenue and Pearl Street in the city of Boulder. The Boulder Transit Village will accommodate current and future local and regional buses, future commuter rail and bus rapid transit, a 100 vehicle park 'n ride, pedestrian and bicycle network connections, approximately 300 affordable and market rate residential housing urnts and supportive commercial uses. The project goal is to prowde a frfry percent mix of affordable and market rate housing with a mix of ownership and rental product options. The Boulder Transit Vdlage is a partnership beriveen the Regional Transportation Distnct (RTD), the regional mass transit operator based in Denver, Colorado and the City of Boulder. The project is consistent with local, regional and state-wide planning efforts mcluding the City of ~Boulder 28'" Street-2000 Study, the US36 Ma~or Investment Study and RTD's Transit Development Plan The Boulder Transit Vdlage is a top work priority for the City of Boulder and addresses all of Counal's top four goals to provide affordable housing, transportation, environmental and economic sustainabdity Project Participants: The City of Boulder Housing, Planrnng, Transportation, Open Space Departments, the Boulder Urban Renewai Authority, the Regional Transportation Distnct (RTD). ,~°"" Development wdl be prowded by a public/private partnership in con~unction with the City ~.,. of Boulder and RTD Project Status: • Site Selection and conceptual design are completed. • Land Acqwsition is in progress with projected completion in 2003 Current Funding: Funds to purchase the land has been provided by the City of Boulder Transportation and Housing Departments and RTD Housing and commercial pro~ect elements will be financed by a future pnvate developer. Project Timeline: 2003: Acqwre property 2003/2004: Conduct public input process Complete final design Issue RFP for development 2004/2005: Begin construction For further Information: Micki Kaplan, Pro~ect Manager Senior Transportation Planner, City of Boulder (303)441-4162 ~,.,, kaolanm~ciboulderco.us ~... John Pollak, Director, Housing & Human Services, City of Boulder (303) 441-3144 pollaki~ci.boulder.co us AGENDA ITEM #~ I I- , PAGE~ Attachment H .,.- MEMUBANDi.TM TO: Jeff Lakey, Planning and Development Supenntendent, Pazks and Recreation FROM: Miclu Kaplan, Semor Transportauon Planner Traci Winfree, D~rector of Transportatron for Public Works Doug Newcomb, Property Acquisition Agent John Pollak, Co-Director Housing & Human Services Linda Hill-Blakely, Housing Planner Jerry Gordon, Acting City Attomey Maureen Amundson, Para-legal, City Attorney's Office SUBJECT: tafrnmadon on Boulder Transit Village DATE: September 16, 2003 The purpose of this memorandum is to address questrons and themes that emerged from the July 28, 2003 Pazks and Recreadon Board Advisory Boazd and to provide some ~ background mformat~on on some of the more frequendy asked quest~ons regazding Boulder Transit Village (BT'V). Why is ttte Boulder Transit Village project important? The vision for the Boulder Transit Village was developed by the City Council, BURA, Planmng Board, Transportation Advisory Board, Housing Technical Review Group, Housing Implementatron Team, RTD Board of Directors and the public, culminating in approximately 7 years of local and regional planmng and public process ~ The Transit Village is envisioned as an integrated transit oriented development that combmes current and future local and regional transit with a mix of commercial and significant levels of housing and affordable housing. In other words, it will eventually serve the community's needs with local and regional buses, future bus rapid transit and future commuter rail trains, housing and some supportive retazl sernces. Part of the economic objechve for the pmject was to act as a catalyst for economic development to the "eastem fringe" of the developed urban area and to create a vital, new "multi-modal" oriented neighborhood. ~ T'he Boulder Transrt Village emerged as a vuion Crom approximately seven years of pubLc process mcludmg local and regional plaiwng efforts such as the 28t° Street 200U Comdor Srudy; the US36 Ma~or ~ Invesmunt Study, RTD Transit Development Plan and the North 28'" Shcet Transportauon Network Plan It is cons~sunt with the c~ty's Comparauve Housmg strategy, its Comprehensive Plan, the Crossroads Consoruum Repor[ and RTD Fastracks Plan AGENDA ITEM # ~~~, PAGE~ Can the size of the project be made more compact? Tlus addresses the question of whether the Pollazd Motors business and the Boulder Transit Village can co-eust and shaze the site at 30`" & Peazl. Ia other words, is it possible for Pollazd Motors to remain at their current site occup}nng the westem "halF' of the property wtule the Boulder Transi[ Village occupies the "eastern ha1P' of the site~ Yes, it is possible to build a transit stat~on with a smaller footpnnt than that envisioned for the current pro~ect and construct this stadon on the "eastern halP' of 30~' & Pearl. However, ttus would be a very different pmject. Housing and economic development ob~ecuves of the pro~ect would probably not be ackuevable at anythmg neaz the pro~ected levels. T1us dces not mean that the project would have no ment, but it would mean that the vision that emerged from years of planning would not be achieved. There is room on the: `eastern half' of the 30`~ & Peazl site to construct a transit stat~on with an accompanyuig pazk and nde lot and possibly some very small scale transit supportive commercial achves such as a newspaper/coffee luosk or somettung of tkus scale However, there is msufficient room to accommodate housmg and a safe gnd road network for transit, housmg and commercial mgress and egress. ~ It is important to note that there aze sigmficant operatronal and possibly federal constraznts that prevent constructing a second access on to Peazl Street between the razlroad tracks and 30'~ Street. ~. In addidon, it may be difficult to obtain pro~ect development Fmancing if the pro~ect scope erodes to the degree that it is not perceived as creatuig a new transit onented neighborhood and is simply a"transit station". A smaller pm~ect would have the followmg characterisdcs as compared to the current vision of the pm~ect: • The transit statron alone would not create a new neighborhood or serve as a"catalyst" for redevelopment in the area • ElimmaUng most housing from Che project would probably reduce transit use because it would also eliminate some transit ongins. (The people who live at the village aze most likely to use [he convenient transit opaons that will be avulable on-site.) • Congestion auhgauon would be sigmficandy lessened m the absence of housmg on site. • The Trans~t Village has been one of the top Ciry Council pnoriues for the last several years and is one of the few pro~ects that address all four of Council's top goals of economic and environmental sustainability, affordable housing and multi-modal ~ AGENDA ITEM #1/ I~-~, PAGE~, ~"` transportat~on. Changing the project to a uansit stop would sigcuficandy alter iu `~,. ability to serve these diverse and important goals. • The housiag component of the project has been central to t6e process of assembling the fmances that make the project possible. As a result, significandy shnalung the scope of the housing component of the project would require a re-evaluation of funding feasibiliry. Is it viable for the housing component to scale back to a more compact~project that allows the Pollard Motors to remain at their current location at 30 and Pear1 Street? Preluninary analysis of a much smaller residenual development indicates very margmal financial and marketing feasibility. The proposed Transit Village site at 30~' & Peazl Streets covers 11.23 acres. If Pollazd Motors were to retazn the western 6 acres, that would leave 5.23 acres for transit, housiag, roads and infrastructure and commercial. The site selection study commissioned for this project indicated that 3.5 - 5 acres is needed to accommodate current and future transit needs alone. That leaves something in the range of .23 to 1.73 acres that might be potenually developed as housing. ,~. Anyttung under one acre wouid not merit development for housmg. ~..r Even if one to two acres were available for housing development, there would be serious marketing and logistical limitations. For example, from a markeung and economic perspective, the northeast corner of the site would not be viable for housing. This is because any such development there would be surrounded on three sides by a caz lot, trnin tracks, and the transit/bus stop. Tlus would not be a mazketable configuration for residenual use. Also, the shared use of a smgle access mad for both the transit and ihe residenual, assuming a location on the site north of the transit station would be very problemat~c and may not workable from a safety and regulatory perspective. The Transit Village concept is considerably more viable for residenual development. Such a site would have frontage on 30~ Street and would not include a car lot as a major neighbor to the west. It would be adjacent to a grocery/shoppmg/entertaznment (movie) area, and there would be very attractive view corridors to the west and south. A recent analysis conducted by housing planmng staff sugeests that the economics of a much smaller (1.25 acre) pro~ect are marginal. Assuming a high level of density of 35 units per acre, (considerably higher than any cucrent or recent densities developed, but this site might be appropriate for such a high density), and assuming 1.25 acres available for housing, this could mean a residential development of about 44 units. ,.-. ~ AGENDA ITEM # V I ~_ R~ , PAGE~ ~ Rough eshmates of development costs are as follows. $708,000 for land at $13 squaze '^* foot), $1,089,000 for mfrastructure ($20 square foot); $4,400,000 for construction ($100 ~ square foot, 44 two bedroom and 1000 square foot umts), plus 20% developer's fees and overhead, totaluig approximately $7.4 m development costs. Assuming half of the ucuts, 22, as permanendy affordable, witt- 20% of those, or 9 units, not subsidized, and $30,000 in subsidy for 13 umts, with sellu~g prices for the permanendy affordable units at $138,000; the sales price for the market rate units would need to be$182,000. T1us analysis presents a picture of a relatrvely small pro~ect that will requue substanual staff time and investment. It would result in a lunited number of affordable homes and would have mazgmal economic viability It would have quesuonable markeung potential for a less than desirable residen6al site. Presented with these realit~es, there is a stron; probability that the Techmcal Review Gmup (TTtG) and housing staff wtuch advises on housmg pro~ects and use of housing funds would be inclined to consider and pursue other affordable housing opaons. Are there ot6er viable relocation sites for Pollard Motors? The City's relocat~on agent reviewed more than 25 possible relocat~on sites m the BoulderBroomfield/Supenor azea Each of those was rejected by Pollazd representauves. As part of the Yazds Master Planning process which underwent considerable staff time and effort, one potentially viable site was identrfied by city staff at the municipal yazds. The Pollazds rejected that site formally and m wnung. Tnstead, they ,,.,,,~ have requested six acres located a few hundred feet to the east of the mumcipal yards site r located at the "old eco-cycle site", programmed by Pazks to be part of a proposed new 132 acre future Valmont Pazk. It has recently come to our attenuon that PRAB has requested addidonal informauon on the process used to date for coasidering relocation sites for Pollazd Motors.llus information will be provided to PRAB at their October meeting. Why is timing for this project critical? A settlement offer has been on the table from the Pollazds smce Mazch 4, 2003, neazly 6 months. Pollazd representatives have stated they are willmg to move from 30`~ & Peazl and make a deal with the City today, if they can be provided a 6 acre relocatron site at the "old eco-cycle site" located just east of the municipal yazds on wtuch Pazks has pm~ected uses for a 132 acre future Valmont Pazk. Although city staff have consistently stated to the Pollazd's representatives that ttus site is not available, other altematives have not been acceptable to the Pollazds. Council has directed staff to pursue a negotiated agreement. The willingness of the Pollazds to relocate may not be available in the future. ff tkus occurs, the only choice left by the city might be to pursue eminent domain. The wrrent city council has been involved in plannmg of both Valmont Pazk and Boulder Transit Village; they have considerable ownerslup m both of these important city ^ AGENDA ITEM # Y I I~ , PAGE ~ '"`""' pro~ecu. Because of their involvement with both of these projecu, Council may be `'~ interested in and may be expecting to at a mmimum, have an opportunity to provide input on the relocation issue before the fall election. Also of concern: Loss of momentum could present real pmblems for the pro~ect Current funding opt~ons may not exist mdefimtely. In particulaz, Housing and RTD Funding is available now and is reserved. It may be difficult to continue holding but not using funds in the face of other pressing pnorities. Land and development costs could escalate m the future making the project less feasible. Local and regional tax revenues contwue to decline, making the abiLry to leverage and provide "local match" to future TOD gants difficult to obtain, pazuculazly from RTD one of our important pro~ect partners. Will the city lose tax revenue if the Pollards decide to relocate outside of Boulder or to another location that the Pollards may claim is less desirable? It is unlikely that there would be a direct tax revenue loss due to the relocation of Pollazd motors ouuide of the city or due to relocating to another locauon wittun the city Tax revenue &om auto purchases benefiu the city m which velucle purchasers Lve. Can the proposed programming goals for the future Valmont Park be met while also accommodating Pollazd Motors? ~ a,,,,,, Whether or not pazk requirements can be saasfied at locauon other than the one m wtuch the Pollazds have expressed mterest becomes a cnhcal quesuon ~f the "old eco-cycle site" site at the south end of the proposed Valmont Pazk is the only one that the Pollazds will accept voluntarily. The discussion of this quesaon is beyond the scope of this memo and will requu~e substant~al input from Pazks staff, the Pazks and Recreat~on Advisory Board (PRAB) and Council. It is intended that the process idenufied by city managec Frank Bruno and staff for the September and October PRAB meeungs and ~omt council study session will address ttus question and pmvide some opt~ons for movmg forwazd with Boulder Transit Village and Valmont Pazk, both of wluch aze very important city-wide projects. Options and Next Steps The Boulder Transit Village pro~ect is at a cndcal ~uncture. It cannot move forwazd without policy direct~on. In fact, it may be at nsk altogether unless the city can promptly decide how it wishes to address the relocation issue. If the project is to move forwazd by way of a negot~ated settlement, a relocat~on site that is acceptable to the Pollazds must be found. r.. AGENDA ITEM # II I i- ~I' , PAGE~