Member Communication: Voting, Med Center, Sub-Area Planning, Design Review Board
Local Ballot Measure Information – Remember to Vote
In addition to numerous state and county issues, Town of Mountain Village residents will vote on:
· Ballot Issue 2A – to create and fund the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transit
· Ballot Issue 5A – to fund maintenance of Lone Tree Cemetery
· Ballot Issue 5B – to allow the Telluride Hospital District to keep more of the money it brings in
Non-resident owners in Mountain Village can vote on:
· Ballot Issue 2B – to fund the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transit
A sample ballot can be found here; Mountain Village is on Page 4 under Precinct 6.
More information on Ballot 2A – San Miguel Authority for Regional Transit (SMART) can be found here.
Hospital District Withdraws Wetland Permit Application for MV Site
The Telluride Hospital District issued a press release on Oct. 31 stating they have withdrawn the wetlands permit application with the Army Core of Engineers for the site in Mountain Village. Hospital district officials said they are committed to building a new facility and will look for another site. View press release here.
MV Town Hall Subarea Planning
To promote well-planned and high-quality development scenarios for the Town Hall Subarea, TMVOA, the Town of Mountain Village, and Telluride Ski and Golf have been partnering to evaluate the most appropriate uses for this area of our town.
On Sept. 20, the Committee and Project Team conducted Workshop #1, which resulted in 30 interviews, 38 online surveys, and 53 participants at the public meeting. To stay current on this important project, visit the town hall webpage here to access slides-sets, webcasts, and learn how to become involved in the process.
Save the date – the next Public Workshop will be held on Jan. 3 at 6:30 p.m. More information about this meeting will be sent out later this month.
Design Review Board Has Work Session to Discuss Evolving Architecture
At a Special Meeting held Oct. 18, the Mountain Village DRB discussed the fact that architecture is evolving and how Mountain Village’s regulations should reflect this evolution. Discussion focused primarily on:
· Thick and Heavy Base – Current code requires a base of stone or timbers for a heavy/grounded appearance. Discussion of potentially easing this requirement. Maintaining current 35% stone coverage requirement, but allow for some flexibility for lighter, more airy design.
· Roof Design – Removing gables as the primary design feature and changing language to allow a variety of sloped elements
· Roof Material – Allowing synthetic replacement options for older wood shake shingles
· Glazing – Maintaining current code of 40% maximum of window area, but possibly relaxing the requirements for the size of a single pane
This was a work session only and no action was taken. The DRB is scheduled to continue this discussion at a Special Meeting on Nov. 7 at 10 a.m.
Posted on November 2, 2016 in Archived CEO Blogs