The ATTACHMENT A items will be heard on the following dates:
Planning Commission , Tuesday, April17, 2012.
HOLDOVER/RETURNED APPLICATIONS will be heard on the date in the applications header.
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Approve the Minutes for the meeting held on
2. Approve the Agenda with any corrections, deletions or changes. APPROVED
NOTE: There is no item #4 on the agenda
ADDITIONAL BUSINESS NONE
Several residents commented on the
establishment of an assisted living facility in their cul-de-sac at 8020
HOLDOVER and RETURNED APPLICATIONS
H-1 WS-0070-12 – LENNAR COMMUNITIES
APPROVED per the landscaping plans submitted to the TAB
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARD to reduce the corner side setback.
DESIGN REVIEW on common lot elements (pool/cabana and other associated
amenities) in conjunction with an approved compact lot single family
development on 20.0 acres in an R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) P-C (Planned
Community Overlay District) Zone in the Mountain’s Edge Master Planned
Community. Generally located on the east side of
Only part of this development has been mapped. The landscaping plans submitted included the entire project including the unmapped portion. The TAB specified the approval is based upon the landscaping plan presented.
H-2 NZC-0982-04 (WC-0020-12) – HURLEY, STEVE
APPROVED Per Staff Conditions
ADD Public Works condition:
Waiver of full offsite
CONDITIONS of a non-conforming zone change
requiring full off-sites to include paved legal access on 2.0 acres in a C-1
(Local Business) Zone. Generally located on the north side of
The TAB considered the following:
· The property owner should not be relieved of the responsibility to construct the off sites.
· The off-sites are not required at this time.
· The off-site expense could negatively effect the business.
second extension of time is up on
The requirement for off-sites should be coordinated with the end date for the second extension of time. The applicant will need to assess the business at this location when the extension ends.
1. WS-0101-12 – RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES NV, INC:
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to reduce side
setbacks on a 0.5 acre portion of a developed 5.0 acre single family
subdivision in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone. Generally located
on the south side of Red
2. DR-0088-12 – PEPPERMINT PATTY'S PROFITABLE, ET AL:
REVIEW for a
foothill transitional area on 21.1 acres in R-2 (Medium Density Residential)
Zone in conjunction with an approved single family residential
development. Generally located on the southeast corner of
3. UC-0096-12 – EMERY FAMILY LIVING TRUST 1980:
USE PERMIT to allow an accessory commercial building not compatible with existing buildings on-site.
REVIEW for an
accessory commercial building in conjunction with a convenience store on 1.5
acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone.
on the northeast corner of
The TAB considered the following:
· Placement of the building on the site.
· Number of expected patrons - up to 20 mingling around the site amongst traffic.
· Conflicts between pedestrian and vehicular traffic
· Number of parking locations around the building
· Staff analysis and recommendation
· The ramifications of a precedent.
· Kiosks could proliferate. How many should be allowed?
· At what point are the design standards for a particular site no longer valid.
Pedestrian safety is a major concern with
these kiosks with how they are placed in parking lots of these busy commercial sites. The design of these kiosks does not blend
into the surrounding area commercial buildings.
The site currently has a water windmill kiosk that was approved administratively in August 2009. It appears that all kiosks are not treated equally in the development code. The TAB questioned why one is approved administratively and the other requires use permit and design review.
5. UC-0104-12 – MP BARROW, LLC, ET AL:
USE PERMIT for a recreational facility (indoor mountain biking facility).
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for parking lot landscaping.
REVIEW for a
recreation facility in conjunction with an existing office/warehouse and
distribution center on a portion of 25.5 acres in an M-1 (Light Manufacturing)
(AE-60 & AE-65) Zone. Generally located on the west side of
6. VS-0105-12 – PARDEE HOMES OF NEVADA, INC, ET AL:
APPROVED (3 – 1) per staff condition
ADDED conditions by the applicant
·A minimum of 17,200 square foot lots approved only on Lots 5 — 10; All other lots must be a minimum of 18,000 square feet.
·Lots 1 & 10 shall front
·Front setback to Lots 1 & 10 shall be a minimum of 20 feet from the edge of the right-of-way.
·Modified 30 inch roll curb is permitted if allowed by Drainage study
·No streetlights, curb, gutter or sidewalk along Pebble,
CHANGE Public Works condition #3 to read:
·Execute a Restrictive Covenant Agreement (deed restrictions) along
WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:
1) Reduced lot area;
2) Increased length of a dead end street;
3) Full off-site improvements; and
4) Modified street improvement standards
in conjunction with a proposed single family
residential development on 7.3 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential)
(RNP-I) Zone. Generally located on the southwest corner of
The applicant has added 5 acres to their original project. The design standards from the original application are carried through this application to produce a consistent neighborhood. The added conditions are similar to those previously approved for the project.
The TAB did not see the necessity for the restrictive covenant when the local public roads are being developed to current county standards.
One TAB member objected to the lots less than 18,000 sq. ft.