SWAN TAB WATCH
The following items were heard at the Enterprise
Any person who objects to the PC decisions/recommendations may appeal to the BCC within five business days of the date of the hearing. Appeal form can be found at:
An appeal may be made in person at the Current Planning desk or by fax. Call Current Planning or SWAN to find out how to file an appeal.
The TAB welcomed its newest member Frank Kapriva. We look forward to working with Frank.
DISCUSSION & RECOMMENDATION*
1. Nominate and approve an Enterprise TAB alternate representative to the Comprehensive Planning Steering Committee.
The TAB appointed Frank Kapriva as the alternate to the Comprehensive Steering Committee. This committee makes recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners concerning overall county policy.
2. Discuss efforts and support
The TAB heard
discussion on the need for preserving current open space in
The second phase of
The other topic
brought up is the cut through traffic on Ullom and how it will become greater
Planning & Zoning Items:
1. DR-0488-04 (ET-0124-08) - PAT CLARK G S T TRUSTS: TAB Approved
SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME
to commence an automobile dealership and related repair, paint, and body shop
on 14.5 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone in the MUD-3 and CMA Design
Overlay Districts. Generally located on the south side of the 215
Beltway and the west side of
The TAB changed the staff condition from a two year
extension to three years. The current economic conditions in the
2. NZC-0527-08 -
ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 14.0 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone to CRT (Commercial Residential Transition) Zone.
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for alternative landscaping and screening.
DESIGN REVIEW for an office center. Generally
the south side of
This project is an outstanding example of cooperation between the developer and the neighbors. It is also the best example to date of how to buffer the RNP. The TAB recommendation consisted of a modification of staff conditions and a list of conditions submitted by SWAN. The differences between the two versions are to be worked out prior to the PC meeting.
The plans depict a
152,800 square foot professional office park. The overall building area is
distributed throughout 16 single story buildings that range from 5,612 to
11,900 square feet and are oriented around courtyards and connected by
meandering drive aisles and parking areas, distributed into parking courts. The
proposed lot coverage is approximately 25%. Access to the site is proposed with
one primary driveway from
1. Setbacks: 20 foot setback along
2. Architecture: Building elevations contain residential elements such as pitched tile roofs, stucco exteriors with stone accents, and window and door fenestration.
3. Building Height: 28 feet; and
4. Landscaping: Minimum width of 15 feet along west and east portions of site with
varying widths from between 40 feet and 80 feet along most portions of the east and south property lines. Substantial interior landscaping is proposed around all building pads, with dimensions ranging from a minimum of 5 feet to approximately 30 feet in width.
PRELIMINARY STAFF CONDITIONS: As modified by the TAB
1. Enter into a standard development agreement prior to any permits or subdivision mapping in order to provide fair-share contribution toward public infrastructure necessary to provide service because of the lack of necessary public services in the area.
2. Design review as a public hearing on any changes.
3. Maximum lot coverage of 25%, as proposed on plans.
4. No vehicular access to
5. Design review for signage.
6. All lighting to be low level with any light source to be shielded with "full cut-off' fixtures (light lens not visible).
7. Floodlights, spotlights, or any other similar lighting shall not be permitted to illuminate buildings.
8. Maximum building height of 28 feet.
9. Specific landscaping and setbacks along east and south per plans on file.
10. Enhanced paving as presented on plans.
11. All applicable standard conditions for this application type.
12. Applicant is advised that any change in circumstances or regulations may be justification for the denial of an extension of time; and that this application must be completed within 3 years of approval date or it will expire.
1. Drainage study and compliance as public hearing for significant changes.
2. Traffic study and compliance, project may qualify for an exception to the traffic analysis with Civil Engineering approval.
3. Construct full off-site improvements on
4. Detached sidewalk will require the vacation of excess right-of-way and grant necessary easements for utilities, pedestrian access, streetlights and traffic control, or execute a License and Maintenance Agreement for non-standard improvements in the right-of- way;
5. Design and location of gates to be approved by Development Services, Civil Engineering.
Department of Aviation
1. Compliance with airport-related deed restrictions for APN 176-16-101-034
1. The 1.92 acre parcel south of the
2. The 60' X 390' strip of land (.58 acres) is not part of this zone change.
3. The only permitted use will be Commercial Residential Transition (CRT) designed to blend with the neighborhood. All buildings to be single story, stucco, with pitched tile roofs: maximum height 28'.
4. The eastern boundary shall have a 40' setback with no external access to Gagnier.
5. The southern boundary shall have an 80' setback, with no public, private, or public safety access to Camero.
6. All vehicle access shall be from Windmill or via cross access drive aisle(s) from the commercial development to the west.
7. The parcel coverage from the office buildings will be a maximum of 25% of the available land.
8. A 3' to 4' landscape berm to be installed in the buffer areas along the south and east property lines. The berm will be topped by a 3' to 4' decorative block wall.
9. The maximum building floor elevation within the Office Park shall be no more than 2721.0 (+/- 5') mean sea level (MSL).
10. All surface runoff/drainage along Camero and west of Lisa will be channeled into the natural historic pattern.
11. Final grade and drainage to be reviewed by SWAN and local residents.
12. No off-sites except paving on Camero. Road to be built to RNP-1 standard width with no curb, gutter, street lights or sidewalk.
13. A Design Review as a Public Hearing shall be required to review substantive changes, even if the property has been sold.
14. All lighting shall be low level, shielded, and shall not spill off of the property.
15. Signage to be under separate submittal/approval with a Design Review as a Public Hearing.
PC agenda item # 24
3. UC-0537-08 MBK PROPERTIES, LLC: TAB Approved
USE PERMIT to allow an office as a principal use.
to reduce parking for an existing office warehouse building on 1.3 acres in an
M-D (Designed Manufacturing) (AE-65) Zone. Generally located on the
east side of
This item posed the question, When does the transition from a warehouse to an office use occur? The unwritten rule is 49% vs. 51% is used to determine when the building usage changes. In this case, the air conditioning of part of the warehouse pushed the use into the office use category. Now an office use permit is required and the parking requirement is doubled. PC agenda item # 19
4. UC-0550-08 LAS VEGAS VALLEY WATER DISTRICT: TAB Approved
USE PERMIT to allow hazardous materials storage on an approximate 20.0 acre portion of 300.0 acres in a P-F (Public Facility) Zone in the Enterprise Planning area.
DESIGN REVIEW for public facility structures (water
treatment facility). Generally located on the northwest corner of
5. UC-0555-08 THE
CHRUCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS: Held by applicant to
USE PERMITS for the following:
1) a place of worship; and
2) increase the height of an ornamental feature (steeple) on 5.0 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.
WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:
1) reduce driveway throat depth; and
2) modify street improvement standards.
DESIGN REVIEW for a place of worship. Generally located on the west side of
6. UC-0557-08 PETERSON, WALLY & CHARLENE: TAB Approved
USE PERMITS for the following:
1) reduced minimum lot area; and
2) reduced landscaping.
WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:
1) parking; and
2) reduced building separation.
REVIEW for a residential
boarding stable facility in conjunction with a single family residence on 1.1
acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone. Generally located on the
south side of
This was a well thought
out plan to provide a service that is generally not available in
VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Chartan Avenue and Starr Avenue, and between Tenaya Way (alignment) and Buffalo Drive, and a portion of a right-of-way being Starr Avenue located between Buffalo Drive and Pioneer Drive, and Chartan Avenue located between Pioneer Drive and Monte Cristo Way in an R-2 (Residential Urban Density) P-C (Planned Community Overlay District) Zone in the Mountains Edge Master Planned Community within Enterprise (description on file). PC agenda item # 14
8. TA-0538-08 G.C. GARCIA: TAB Denied
TEXT AMENDMENT to amend Table 30.44-1, Chapter 30.44 of the Unified Development Code to allow senior hostel as a use within the County.
The TAB felt that the Title 30 has sufficient previsions for transient housing in the commercial areas. This text amendment could lead to the creation of party houses within residential areas. BCC afternoon agenda item # 45
9. DR-0553-08 SAHARA-LINDELL LLC: TAB Approved with the condition for a less intense landscape buffer along the south and west border.
DESIGN REVIEW for an office/retail complex on 0.7 acres
in a C-1 (Local Business) Zone. Generally located on the
west side of
The applicant was required to provide a intense landscape buffer as a part of their plan. However, the intense landscape buffer does not have sufficient room to grow in a space 12 ft wide. The intense landscape buffer idea is poor.
The staff has started to include exterior lighting standards as part of the staff conditions. The staff lighting conditions eliminated the discussion of lighting and insures the conditions are carried forward correctly. This is an excellent addition to the staff conditions. BCC morning consent agenda item # 10
(ET-0122-08) TURNBERRY/CENTRA SUB, LLC: TAB Approved With
USE PERMITS THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME to commence and review the following:
1) a regional shopping center and hotel project; and
2) live entertainment, night club, theatres, and all other associated incident and accessory uses, buildings and structures.
WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:
1) temporarily waive landscaping along a portion of Sunset Road;
landscaping within a right-of-way (a portion of
DESIGN REVIEWS for the following:
1) a regional shopping center development; and
2) a hotel on 64.5 acres in an H1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) (AE-65) (AE-70) Zone.
Generally located on
the southwest corner of
11. ZC-0561-02 (ET-0148-08) WARM SPRINGS JONES 25 INVESTMENTS, LLC: TAB Approved
CHANGE SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME to reclassify an approximate 15.0 acre portion of a previously
approved 20.0 acre site from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to C-2
(General Commercial) Zone for a retail center in the Pinnacle Peaks Concept
Plan Area. Generally located on the southeast corner of
12. UC-0544-08 AMERICAN CHILDCARE PROPERTIES, LLC: TAB Approved
USE PERMIT for accessory structures (shade structures) not compatible with the principal structure.
DESIGN REVIEW for shade structures on 1.1 acres in a
C-P (Office & Professional) Zone and a C-1 (Local Business) Zone. Generally located on the north side of
NEXT MEETING DATE:
items to be heard by the PC or BCC. These
items were previously heard by the
PC CONSENT AGENDA:
HOLDOVER VACATE AND ABANDON a portion of right-of-way being Geonry Avenue located between Giles Street and Haven Street in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone and an H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) Zone in the MUD-4 Overlay District within Enterprise (description on file). BW/gc/dr
OF CONDITIONS of a tentative map
requiring the construction of off-site improvements to non-urban standards to
include 50 feet of pavement on centerline to provide a travel lane in each
direction, center left turn lane, and paved shoulders on Tenaya Way on 7.5
acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone. Generally located on the south side of
That the Planning Commission receive a report on the changes made by the Board of County Commissioners on the Enterprise 2007 Annual Amendment.
22. WS-0352-08 - PALMER, PHILLIP, ET AL:
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for
a decorative wall along the front property line in conjunction with an existing
single family residence on 2.1 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential)
(RNP-I) Zone. Generally located
on the northwest corner of
BCC CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS (Morning):
AGREEMENT containing outlines,
rules, and guidelines for the orderly development for a master planned
community (Rhodes Ranch) on approximately 1,548.0 acres in various zoning
districts. Generally located on the west side of
VACATE AND ABANDON easements of
That the Board of County Commissioners initiate the adoption process for an amendment to the Transportation Element Map to remove Wigwam Avenue as a Collector with an 80 foot right-of-way from Hualapai Way to Durango Drive.
That the Board of County Commissioners introduce an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with Rhodes Ranch General Partnership, A Nevada General Partnership for a 1,548.0 acre development (Rhodes Ranch Master Planned Community).
An ordinance to adopt the Second Amendment to the Development Agreement with Rhodes Ranch General Partnership, A Nevada General Partnership for an approximate 1,548.0 acre development generally located on the west side of Durango Drive between the 215 Beltway and Pebble Road within the boundaries of the Towns of Spring Valley and Enterprise and providing for other matters properly related thereto.
That the Board of County Commissioners conduct a public hearing on an ordinance to consider adoption of a Standard Development Agreement with Warm Springs and Durango Partners, LLC for a commercial development (Warm Springs and Durango Commercial Project).
An ordinance to adopt a Standard Development Agreement with Warm Springs and Durango Partners, LLC for a proposed commercial development generally located on the north side of Warm Springs Road, 300 feet west of Durango Drive within the southeast quarter (SE1/4) of Section 5, Township 22 South, Range 60 East within the boundaries of the Town of Spring Valley and providing for other matters properly related thereto.