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CALL TO ORDER:
Pledge of Allegiance:
the Minutes for the meeting held on
2. Approve the Agenda with any corrections, deletions or changes APPROVED
Enterprise TAB will collect and make recommendations for the Clark County 2012 capital budget.
Items previously submitted by the TAB.
1. A four-way stop, or other traffic calming device, installed at Warm Springs and Lindell
2. Red Flasher added to stop signs at Shelbourne and Placid
3. Construct a walkway along Robindale from
4. Build out Cactus from
6. A four-way stop, or other traffic calming device, installed at Robindale and Gilespie.
7. Extend the divider on Silverado Ranch east
8. Four-way stop at Robindale and Haven.
9. Complete the intersection at Jones and Blue Diamond
10. Upgrade traffic control device at Robindale and Placid
11. Traffic signal at Warm Springs and
12. Traffic signal at Warm Springs and Valley View
13. Align traffic lanes at Cactus and
ADDITIONAL BUSINESS None
H1. UC-0307-10 (ET-0083-11) – EMPRESS GROUP, LLC:
CHANGE Current planning bullet #1 to read:
USE PERMIT FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME to review a dog kennel in conjunction with an existing shopping center.
REVIEW for an
outside dog run/play yard in conjunction with a kennel on a portion of 5.8
acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone.
Generally located on the
east side of
This application was originally held to seek input from Animal Control. The revised staff agenda sheet provided the TAB with significant additional information. There were two complaints about barking dogs a month after the facility opened. This was caused by taking new clients to the dog run and the dogs reacting to unknown individuals. This practice is no longer in effect. One complaint has been settled. The other is still open. However, there has been no action on the complaint since March 2011.
The TAB discussion centered on the dog run and if there should be a review period. Some TAB members felt the lack of action on the complaint warranted the review period being dropped. Another opinion was the review period should be retained because of the complaints and questions about the appropriateness of the dog run location. The applicant stated the review period was a threat to his business. Without the dog run, the business would close. The staff position is the dog run is not appropriate in this location.
The first motion made was to approve the application without a review period. The vote was a , resulting in no recommendation. After further discussion, a second motion was made and approved 4 to 0. This motion extended the review period to 2 ½ years. If the applicant can effectively control the barking, the review is not a problem. If there is a problem with the dog run location, the review will allow the County to correct the problem.
One potential problem is the 18 inches between the block wall and chain-link fence for the dog run. The current County standards for spacing between redundant walls only apply to solid block walls. It does not include a chain-link fence next to a block wall. Does the placement of a chain-link fence 30 inches or closer to a block wall pose the same safety hazards?
H2. UC-0365-11 –
PERMIT for an
on-premise consumption of alcohol (tavern) establishment within a commercial development
on a portion of 2.7 acres in an H-2 (General Highway Frontage) Zone in the
MUD-4 Overlay District. Generally located on the
west side of
1. UC-0399-11 – BIGELOW HOLDING-NEVADA, LLC:
ADD Current planning condition
· Generator testing to be conducted during daylight hours only.
SUGGEST the site be moved to northwest corner of the property.
USE PERMIT for a communication tower.
REVIEW for a
communication tower and associated equipment in conjunction with an existing
motel on 1.2 acres in an H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) Zone in the MUD-1
Overlay District. Generally
located on the west side of
Currently, the antenna site is located adjacent to Giles. The applicant stated the property owner wanted the site located on the back of his property as the reason for this location. Examining the current and potential development around the proposed antenna site, the TAB concluded a better placement would be the northwest corner of the property. The TAB prefers sites that provide some setback from a right-of-way. The antenna located in the northwest corner is a more appropriate location. The current location is not ideal for the property owners on the east side of Giles.
Use Permits 1, 2, & 4
Use Permit 3
ADDED current planning condition:
·Office hours limited to:
Monday thru Friday
USE PERMITS for the following:
1) Allow a home occupation to be conducted within an accessory structure (existing guest house);
2) Increase the floor space of a home occupation;
3) Allow customers to come to the residence; and
4) Allow employees other than family members to work at the site
in conjunction with an existing residence on 1.2
acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-1) Zone. Generally located on the west side of
The request for the home based business is reasonable. The plans show the guest house being converted into an office use with a reception and meeting area, office, file rooms, and other accessory uses. There will be no changes to the exterior of the buildings that will negatively impact the neighbors. The TAB agreed with the staff that the requested increase in area of the office space allowed for a home occupation.
The primary questions the TAB had were allowing additional employees and customers to come to the property. The following were considered:
·Customers and employees creating addition traffic
·The rural character of the neighborhood
·Precedent in granting use permits 3 and 4
·Difficulty in enforcing use permits 3 and 4
The staff recommended use permits 3 and 4 be denied.
The applicant stated that he, his spouse, and office manager will be at the office full time while 4 other employees would work at locations where the projects are located. Those 4 employees may come to the office for brief periods to pick up and deliver paperwork and answer phone calls.
The TAB opinion was use permit 4 was required for the business to function. The number of employees should be limited to those stated in the application.
TAB recommended the denial of use permit 3. There are a number of ways a client can be met off the site. Clients can be shown completed projects and plans, for instance, over coffee at a local restaurant. If Use Permit 3 was granted, it would be impossible to control the number of customers coming to the property.
The TAB expects to see an increase in home based business and does not want to see a precedent set that would change the residential character of a neighborhood.
The TAB also recommended the office hours given by the applicant become a condition due to employees coming to the property.