EPMCF Foundation Board Advocating The Sale Of Lot 4
A resolution of the Estes Park Medical Center Foundation Board of Directors advocating for the sale of Lot 4, Estes Park, Colorado
WHEREAS, the Park Hospital District (operating as Estes Park Medical Center) (the “District”) is in the initial planning stages of entering into a joint effort with the Grand Heritage Hotel Group (“GHHG”), owner of the Stanley Hotel, to develop and operate a wellness center on a portion of property that is adjacent to the Stanley Hotel and known as Lot 4 (the “Wellness Center”); and
WHEREAS, Lot 4 is located within the Stanley Historic District and all procedures and standards for development of Lot 4 are governed by Chapter 17.44 of the Town of Estes Park (the “Town”) Municipal Code; and
WHEREAS, Chapter 17.44.090 of the Town Municipal Code provides that, because Lot 4 is currently owned by the Town, the question of selling Lot 4 to GHHG and the terms and conditions of such sale, shall be submitted to and approved by the voters of the Town; and
WHEREAS, obtaining voter approval for the sale of Lot 4 is essential to establishing the Wellness Center and therefore the Estes Park Medical Center Foundation Board of Directors hereby determines to express its support for passage of the following ballot question:
Shall Lot 4 of the Stanley Historic District be sold to Grand Heritage Hotel Group,
LLC pursuant to the contract to buy and sell Real Estate for the Anschutz Wellness Center at the Stanley Hotel and accommodations?
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED BY THE ESTES PARK MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
That the Foundation’s Board of Directors hereby expresses its support for the passage of the April 1, 2014 ballot question regarding the sale of Lot 4 to GHHG.
That the Foundation’s Board of Directors urges Ihe electors of the Town to vote in favor of the April 1, 2014 ballot question regarding the sale of Lot 4 to GHHG.
ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 3rd day of February, 2014.
Operating as Estes Park Medical Center Foundation by Kendell A. TeSelle, President and Chairman
A motion to adopt the foregoing Resolution was duly moved by Director Gordon and seconded by Director Cooper, put to a vote and carried upon the following vote:
Those who signed ‘Aye’ are:
Kendell A. TeSelle
Shelley K. Doggett
John D. Cooper
Christine W. Farrel
Candace J. Gordon
Wayne R. Park
Bonnie B. Bowles
Scott K. Thompson
Those who signed ‘Nay’ are:
Anne E. Finley
Thereupon the presiding officer declared the motion carried and the Resolution duly passed and adopted.
Shelley K. Doggett, Secretary