Town attorney John Dresser provided some perspective behind the formation of the two metro districts and GID in Base Village, which followed the original 2004 approval of the Base Village planned unit development. When the owners of this property came to the town in early 2000 with this project, the town was not willing to take the risk for all that infrastructure for just the reason were seeing right now, Dresser said. He added that in the original phasing sequence the 1.1 million-square-foot project would have been completed by now, providing a larger tax base to fund the obligations. The economic downturn, which led to owner Related Cos. original forfeiture on bonds to five German banks, saw Base Village fall into foreclosure before being reacquired by a Related LLC in 2013. Base Village is currently under contract to a joint venture of Aspen Skiing Co., KSL Capital and East West Partners. Keefer on Monday drew a distinction between the Base Village Metro District, which exists indefinitely, and a general improvement district, which the homeowners say should sunset once the improvements are made. She has previously claimed the Metro District taxes at a rate thats more than twice what is paid by the rest of Snowmass Village residents. GID cap will eventually lift The Base Village GID charges 6 mills, which will generate the $235,744 this year for general operating expenses of the Skittles, parking garage and common areas. The GID fund, which is restricted to a 10.0 levy cap, has a temporary 4 mill levy reduction in place, town finance director Marianne Rakowski wrote in a staff memo. When the metro district bonds are paid off, a 4 milll increase will be triggered. Homeowners representing the Capitol Peak, Hayden Lodge and Viceroy units maintain that their high fees and taxes are unfair in that they inequitably fund the common maintenance and operation of facilities enjoyed by the public-at-large. They suggested some relief could make Base Village more palatable to future buyers.
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