NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2011–
BOARD MEMBERS POSTING LOCATIONS
Desert Breeze Community Center-8275
John Getter Helen
Meyer Community Center-4525
Duane Laible, Vice Chair
Lee Plotkin West Flamingo Senior Center-6255 W. Flamingo
Angie Heath Younce, Chair
Diana Morton, Secretary
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
B. Meeting Guidelines
C. Liaison/County Staff Business
Mike Shannon presented the final approved By-Laws for signatures which were affixed.
D. Approval of Agenda Posted, Including Any Deletions or Corrections
In consideration of a request from an applicant who also had to attend the PC, the board voted to rearrange the agenda and to hear the Planning and Zoning items following the approval of minutes and preceding Public Input.
V. PLANNING & ZONING
Action to be taken on the following applications:
3. WS-0399-10 – STORYBOOK HOMES:
AMENDED HOLDOVER WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) reduced lot size; 2) waive sidewalks (no longer needed); 3) reduced driveway length (deleted); 4) reduced side yard setback; 5) allow an alternative street landscape buffer; and 6) reduce street off-set in conjunction with a proposed residential subdivision (previously not notified).
DESIGN REVIEW for a single family subdivision on 5.3 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density
Residential) Zone in the
Approved 4-1 with staff conditions, minus waivers 2 and 3, plus
commitment that back taxes would be paid. The applicant presented a revised
plan as requested by the
USE PERMIT to reduce the separation from an outside dining area to a residential use.
DESIGN REVIEW for an outside dining area in conjunction with a restaurant within a
shopping center on a portion of 1.8 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone in
the MUD-4 Overlay District. Generally located on the east side of
Approved 5-0 with staff conditions, plus added condition of hours of operation .
One neighbor appeared to express concerns about the location of the trash bin. She discussed this with the applicant and was satisfied. The board added the time condition to assure the neighbors would not be disturbed into the evening by any future user. This applicant focuses primarily on breakfast and lunch service with the majority of its business being carry-out.
2. UC-1583-06 (ET-0226-10) – COMMUNITY BANK OF
USE PERMITS SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME to commence the following: 1) increased building height; and 2) reduced separation for outside dining to a residential use.
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for increased building height.
REVIEW for a retail and office
center on 4.2 acres in a C-1 (Local Business) Zone and a C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone in the MUD-3 and
Approved 5-0 with staff conditions.
The applicant was representing the FDIC. TAB was advised we were limited in making any changes. Staff stated the bankruptcy of the owner and the bank itself did NOT constitute a substantial change of conditions. TAB members expressed some concerns about the impact of height and setback waivers on the residential use directly west and if it might be reasonable to approve a development that met standards without waivers. Applicant stated there was no one willing to pay for creation of a revised design for review, although he requested the extension because of what was termed “strong interest” in the property by investors.
IV. PUBLIC INPUT – Comments by the General Public and Discussion – No action may be taken
upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been included on
the agenda. Public comment will be limited to three (3) minutes.
A resident of the Desert Inn
corridor voiced concerns about a car detailing business operating from a house.
TAB member Gatliff also voiced concerns saying she has fielded several
complaints about the house at 5880 West Desert Inn. She said the home has been
rented to resident who are placing temporary signs and other items while
operating a business from the home in violation of the
Member John Getter presented the TAB and staff with information on emerging cell phone technology. It appears cell towers may be outdated as soon as this year and it was suggested that conditions be placed on such uses to assure the removal of outdated or unused towers. Staff took under advisement.
Member Duane Laible announced he had
information on an opportunity for 501c3 Charitable Organizations to be awarded
a free vehicle by
He also.asked that a discussion of the impact of AB59 be placed on the agenda, and that the liaison seek a legal opinion on the effect of AB 59.
He also, requested that a discussion/action item be placed on the agenda regarding enhancing the ease with which citizens can reach TAB members. Chair agreed.
Member Lee Plotkin expressed concern that discussion of the agenda/action item addition might itself constitute a potential OML violation, due in part to the rearranged agenda voted upon earlier. No action was taken on discussion items.
VI. Set next meeting date –
SUSAN BRAGER, Chair – STEVE SISOLAK, Vice-Chair
Meeting Location: Desert Breeze Community Center