Spring Valley Town Advisory Board



TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2013– 6:30 PM






Dee Gatliff

John Getter

George Kuck, Vice- Chair

Duane Laible, Chair

Angie Heath Younce

Diana Morton, Secretary


I.                    CALL TO ORDER

II.                 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


A.     Conformance with the Nevada Open Meeting Law

B.     Meeting Guidelines

C.     Approval of Agenda Posted, Including Any Deletions or Corrections

Items 1, 4 and 5 to be heard following approval of Minutes per chair

D.     Approval of Minutes of May 28, 2013


1.         UC-0292-13GK ACQUISITIONS, LLC, ET AL :

USE PERMIT for a private school (Challenger) (pre-school through 5th grade).

DESIGN REVIEW for a school on 4.0 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone in the MUD-3 and CMA Design Overlay Districts.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Cimarron Road and Badura Avenue within Spring Valley.  SS/mk/ml (For possible action)

Approved 5-0 with staff conditions


4.         VS-0295-13 - AUGUSTA ASSOCIATES, LP:

VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Rolling Thunder Avenue and Sunset Road, and between Ivesdale Street (alignment) and Sunset Pines Street (alignment) in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone within Spring Valley (description on file).  SB/dg/ed  (For possible action)

Approved 5-0 with staff conditions


5.         ZC-0296-13 – AUGUSTA ASSOCIATES, LP:

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 9.7 acres from R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for modified street standards in accordance with Clark County Uniform Standard Drawings.

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the north side of Sunset Road, 1,000 feet east of Grand Canyon Drive within Spring Valley (description on file).  SB/dg/ml  (For possible action)

            Approved 5-0 with staff conditions

E.      Liaison/County Staff Business



IV.              TOWN BOARD INPUT

D Laible reported on Chairs/Vice-Chairs meeting discussion of ongoing issues related to TAB actions being placed on the consent agenda and EXCLUDING TAB advice.

J Getter inquired about missing SVLUP Update agenda item missing from agenda. To be placed again allowing ongoing discussion as appropriate. Liaison reported a staff briefing has been scheduled on issues related to LUP update for next agenda per requests from Getter.

D Gatliff reported illegal furniture sales continue along DI, but have moved to a different location. CCPRO to investigate.


Possible action to be taken on the following applications:


Items on the agenda may be taken out of order.

The Spring Valley Town Advisory Board may combine two or more agenda items for consideration.

The Spring Valley Town Advisory Board may remove an item from the agenda or delay

discussion relating to an item at any time.

VII.      COMMENTS BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC – 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 minutes.  Prior to speaking please state your name and address and spell your last name for the record. If any member of the Board wishes to extend the length of a presentation, this will be done by the Chair, or the Board by majority vote.

VIII.     Set next meeting date   Tuesday, June 25, 2013  6:30 PM

IX.       Adjournment






1A.       UC-0210-13 – WHL PROPERTY, LLC:

USE PERMITS for the following: 1) vehicle (automobile) repair; and 2) tire sales and installation in conjunction with vehicle sales.

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to reduce the setback from a repair and tire sales and installation building to residential development.

DESIGN REVIEW for a vehicle repair, and tire sales and installation facility in conjunction with a vehicle sales facility on 0.9 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone.  Generally located on the south side of Spring Mountain Road, 315 feet east of Duneville Street within Spring Valley.  SB/mk/ml  (For possible action)

Approved 5-0 with staff conditions and ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS of operating hours limited to standard daylight for sales and to 7AM-7PM for repairs.

TAB was concerned about increased noise of repairts affecting adjacent neighborhood residential uses.


07/02/13 PC


2.         WS-0275-13 – N/A VINTAGE-92, LP:

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to reduce setbacks in conjunction with an existing apartment complex on 18.2 acres in an R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone in MUD-3 and MUD-4 Overlay Districts.  Generally located between Sahara Avenue and Eldora Avenue, 350 feet west of Cimarron Road within Spring Valley.  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

Approved 5-0 with staff conditions

This was a clean-up item to compensate for past inspection errors


3.         WS-0284-13 – 4M PROPERTIES, LLC:

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) reduced side setback; and 2) reduced separation for accessory structures in conjunction with an existing single family residence on 0.2 acres in an R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone.  Generally located on the north side of Regal Avenue, 175 feet northwest of Via de Palma Drive within Spring Valley.  SB/gc/ml  (For possible action)

Denied 5-0

Investor-owner did not check for permitting requirements. He stated he owned “10-12 properties” but did not know of permit requirements. Stated he needed exterior storage to hold “dangerous materials like gasoline that are illegal to store in a garage” per his understanding of fire code. He did not reply when asked if that meant cars could not be parked in the garage.


07/03/13 BCC

            See items 4 and 5 above


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John Getter