June 9, 2010




1.Approve the Agenda with any corrections, deletions or changes.  Approved

2.Approve the Minutes for the meeting held on May 26, 2010.    Approved

3.The Library District has adopted new hours in a budget reduction action.  The Enterprise Library will close at 7:00 p.m. beginning June 26, 2010.  The Enterprise TAB will discuss a change to the TAB meeting start time and take action as required.


The library manager addressed the TAB regarding the new library hours and stated that the library would accommodate the needs of the TAB.  He requested the TAB look at a 6:00 p.m. start time.  After public comments and a discussion the following motion was made.


The Enterprise TAB start time will be changed to 6:00pm starting July 14, 2010 provided the time change can coordinated with the Comprehensive Planning application cycle.  APPROVED 4-0.


The Chair directed a general business agenda item be added to the next TAB meeting to change the meeting start time in the TAB bylaws.



4.Authorize the TAB chair to write a letter in support of ordinance to amend Title for a new liquor license category, Neighborhood Grocery Market, and to amend section to allow a Neighborhood Grocery Market to be eligible for a Package Beer, Wine and Spirit Based Products Liquor License. 


The ordinance introduction for this item was not done during the Board of County Commissioners’ meeting on June 1, 2010.  It will be introduced on June 16, 2010.


Approved 4-0 to table until June 30, 2010 meeting.




1.     On June 2, 2010, an ordinance was introduced at the Board of County Commissioners’ meeting.  Two changes may affect the public’s ability to have their voice heard.  First, a $50 fee would be charged for a Planning Commission decision appeals to the Board of County commissioners.  Second, TAB members would be prevented from filing an appeal.  The June 16, 2010 Zoning Board agenda has the full text of the changes involved.


2.The Winchester/Paradise Land Use Plan will be heard by the Planning Commission on June 17, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.







June 30, 2010 6:30p.m.

Enterprise Library

25 E. Shelbourne Avenue @ Las Vegas Blvd. South





07/06/10 PC


1.      UC-0550-08 (ET-0082-10) – LAS VEGAS VALLEY WATER DISTRICT:

         APPROVED 4-0 per staff conditions


USE PERMIT FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME to commence the use of hazardous materials storage on an approximate 20.0 acre site in a P-F (Public Facility) Zone.


DESIGN REVIEW for public facility structures (water treatment facility) in the Enterprise Planning Area.  Generally located on the northwest corner of Cactus Avenue (alignment) and Buffalo Drive within Enterprise.  sb/rk/ed


The water authority does not have a current need for this facility.  The Mountain’s Edge build out will determine the size and construction schedule.


2.      UC-0215-10 – LANDERO, REYNALDO:

         APPROVED 4-0 per staff conditions and add the following conditions:

              Add the following conditions to Major Project’s bullets:

·Guitar lessons will use an acoustic guitar.

·No synthesizers or loud speakers are permitted for guitar lessons.

·Voice/singing classes, microphones and speakers will not be used.

·Students will be picked up and dropped off by their parents.

·Hours of operation:

o                                                                    Tuesdays – Fridays:             3:45pm – 7:00pm

o                                                                    Saturdays:                              9:15am – 4:00pm

o                                                                    Sundays:                                By appointment (9:15am – 4:00pm)


USE PERMIT for a private school (music lessons) in conjunction with a single family residence on 0.2 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) P-C (Planned Community) Zone in the Southern Highlands Master Planned Community.  Generally located between Bernini Drive and Southern Highlands Parkway, 70 feet north of Visconti Way (alignment) within Enterprise.  SB/rk/ed


The added conditions are based upon conditions listed in the applicant’s justification letter.  The staff Agenda Sheet simply stated the conditions were “on file”.  The TAB’s position is the conditions should be clearly stated in the notice of final action.  The applicant agrees with the added conditions.


3.      UC-0223-10 – SS PROPERTIES, LP:

         APPROVED 4-0 per staff conditions and add the following conditions:

              Add a Current Planning condition:

Service Station Special Use Permit limited to Liquid Natural Gas and Compressed Natural Gas only;

              Add a Public Works condition:

                  Traffic study required;


USE PERMIT for a service station.


DESIGN REVIEW for a service station on 1.4 acres in a C-1 (Local Business) (AE-60) Zone.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Gilespie Street and George Crockett Road within Enterprise.  SS/tc/dr


4.      WS-0225-10 – D.R. HORTON, INC:

         APPROVED 4-0 per Staff conditions


WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to reduce rear yard setbacks for residences within a single family residential subdivision on 1.0 acre in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located at the end of Ozuna Court, 460 feet west of Gilespie Street within Enterprise.  SS/pd/dr



07/07/10 BCC


5.      ZC-1313-02 (ET-0083-10) – Las Vegas VALLEY WATER DISTRICT:

APPROVED 4-0 per staff conditions

ZONE CHANGE FIRST EXTENTION OF TIME to complete a 20.0 acre portion of a 2,413.0 acre mixed use development that reclassified properties from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone, R-U-D (Residential Urban Density) Zone, R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone, C-P (Office and Professional) Zone, C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, and P-F (Public Facility) Zone.  This application includes a request for a P-C (Planned Community) Overlay District.  Generally located on the northwest corner of Cactus Avenue (alignment) and Buffalo Drive within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/rk/ed


The water authority does not have a current need for this facility.  The build out of Mountain’s Edge will determine the size and construction schedule.


6.      ZC-0221-10 – WINDY AVENUE, LLC:

         APPROVED 4-0 per staff conditions:

         Add Current Planning Condition:

No more than two vehicles to be on display in front of building;


         Change Public Works bullet #1 to read:

              Execute restrictive covenants agreements for off-sites

     Strike Public Works bullets #2 and 3


ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 0.6 acres from C-P (Office & Professional) (AE-65) Zone to C-2 (General Commercial) (AE-65) Zone for a feed store and automobile sales business.


USE PERMIT for a feed store within Community District 2.




1) Waive landscape and screening requirements along a collector street (Warm Springs Road);

2) Modify parking lot landscaping requirements;

3) Permit an existing security fence to remain;

4) Waive trash enclosure requirements; and

5) Waive off-site improvement requirements (excluding paving). 


Generally located on the north side of Warm Springs Road, 1,000 feet west of Las Vegas Boulevard South within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/al/ed


There were no public objections to the feed store use. 


There were negative comments about the proposed used car operation.  The applicant explained that very high end used cars would be on the lot.  The company normally does not have more than 10 autos in stock.  The negative comments were withdrawn when the explanation of the used car operation was made.  The two car limit on autos being displayed in the front is to accommodate parking for the feed store.


Most discussion time was spent on the off-site condition.  The NDOT I-15 Project South map shows Warm Springs to be redone between Las Vegas Blvd and Dean Martin.  The timing for this part of the NDOT project is when the Sunset Bridge over I-15 is completed (within the next 12 months), the work on Warm Springs will begin.  The TAB opinion is any off-sites for this applicant should be built as part of the NDOT project on Warm Springs.   Based upon the NDOT information, a restricted covenant is more appropriate for this application.


It is interesting to note the staff did not use the gateway policies to evaluate this application.


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