ENTERPRISE TAB WATCH

Results

July 10, 2013

 

The ATTACHMENT A items will be heard on the following dates:

 

Planning Commission 7:00 P.M., Tuesday, August 6, 2013.

Board of County Commissioners 9:00 A.M., Wednesday, August 7, 2013.

 

HOLDOVER/RETURNED APPLICATIONS will be heard on the date in the applications header.

 

The PC decisions/recommendations may be appealed to the BCC within five business days of the date of the PC hearing.  Appeal form is found at:

 

 Clark County Appeal Form

 

An appeal may be made in person at the Current Planning desk or by fax (702-455-3271).  Call Current Planning (455-4314) to find out how to file an appeal.  Help in filling an appeal may be obtained from the Southwest Action Network (SWAN).  You can contact SWAN at:

 

702-837-0244 · 702-837-0255 (fax)
email:   swan@lvswan.org

 

Note: If you ctrl+click on the blue underlined text it will take you to the detailed documents to explain the agenda item.

 

REGULAR BUSINESS

 

1.  Approve the Minutes for the meeting held on June 26, 2013.  APPROVED

 

2.  Approve the Agenda with any corrections, deletions or changes.  APPROVED with following changes:

 

     15   DR-0361-13 – BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT will be heard first.

 

The following items are companion items and will be heard together:

 

7 NZC-0354-13 – DURANGO CORRIDOR, LLC

14 VS-0353-13 - DURANGO CORRIDOR, LLC

 

12 VC-0351-13 – ADAVEN MANGAEMENT, INC

13 VS-0352-13 – ADAVEN MANAGEMENT, INC

 

R1 NZC-0129-13 – S & E INVESTORS, LLC, ET AL:

     R2 VS-0130-13 – S & E INVESTORS, LLC, ET AL

     R3 TM-0035-13 - MOUNTAINS EDGE 15:

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS:  NONE

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

Nominate a representative and an alternate from Enterprise to serve on the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC).

 

If you are interested in representing Enterprise on the CDAC, please contact the TAB secretary or Tiffany Hesser for more information and an application.  The link below provides contact information.

 

http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/depts/admin_services/tlservices/Pages/Enterprise%20Town%20Advisory%20Board.aspx

 

The TAB will nominate two individuals for the CDAC at the July 31, 2013 TAB meeting.

 

ZONING AGENDA:

 

07/16/13 PC

 

H-1    ZC-0326-13 – SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS INVESTMENT PARTNERS:

APPROVE zone change to R-2 applied only to those lots west of the linear park as shown on the presented diagram and,

DENY the eastern portion because the lots are too small.

DENY Use Permit

DENY Waiver

ADD Current Planning “if approved” condition,

·        Design Review as a Public Hearing for significant changes to plans.

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 43.8 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone and H-2 (General Highway Frontage) Zone under ROI to C-2 (General Commercial) P-C (Planned Community Overlay District) Zone, and H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) P-C (Planned Community Overlay District) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) P-C (Planned Community Overlay District) Zone for a single family residential development.

 

USE PERMIT to modify residential development standards for a front yard setback.

 

WAIVER to allow modified street improvement standards in conjunction with a proposed single family residential development in the Southern Highlands Master Planned Community.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Southern Highlands Parkway and Robert Trent Jones Lane within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB has several concerns about this project.

 

Approximately 10% of regional commercial land in the Southern Highlands Master Plan is being converted to residential uses.  This is the continuation of a trend that may eliminate the regional commercial from the Master Plan.  This will create a situation where the residents will have to travel some distance for shopping and local services.  This can be done without amending the Master Plan.

 

It appears there is no standard, either County or Southern Highlands, for R-2 lot sizes applied to this application.  ZC-1604-99 eliminated the minimum lot size standard for Southern Highlands. The question not answered is does the master plan have a standard for R-2 lots?  At a previous TAB meeting, the board was told the master plan standard was 3500 sq. ft. for R-2.  A representative from Southern Highlands was not present to clarify what the master plan standards are for R-2.  The TAB used established R-2 standards to evaluate this zone change.

 

The TAB recommended the zone change be denied east of the linear park.  The first neighborhood plan east of the linear park is well below established R-2 standards. The staff position is, “This reduction will allow a front yard setback at 10 feet where 20 feet is the standard for 50% of the overall building width.  Staff finds this is a self-imposed hardship.  There are no constraints regarding this site other than the design of the lots, which are too small to fit the current product.”  The TAB fully agrees with this position.  The small lots and front set back reduction works well for the developer.  However, the compact neighborhoods have created problems for the residents who live in them.  This part of the project needs to be redesigned. 

 

The second neighborhood west of the linear park does meet the established R-2 standards and the TAB recommends zone change approval.

 

08/06/13 PC

 

1.  UC-0153-11 (ET-0058-13) - IOVINO LEASING ENTERPRISES I, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions and,

CHANGE Current Planning bullet number #1 to read:

·        Until July 7, 2014 to commence.

 

USE PERMITS FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME to commence the following:

 

1) Allow accessory structures to not be architecturally compatible with the principal structure; and

2) Allow continuous horizontal siding without decorative features.

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to allow a non-standard commercial driveway.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for existing accessory structures on 2.0 acres in an M-1 (Light Manufacturing) Zone in the MUD-3 Overlay District.  Generally located on the north side of Serene Avenue and the east side of El Camino Road within Enterprise.  SB/jt/ml  (For possible action)

 

This use permit is the result of a CCPRO started in 2009 and is still active.  There appears to be three different sets of building plans submitted to the county since 2009 and none completed.  The applicant stated the following:

 

·        Building department is difficult to work with.

·        Building department wants changes to comply with the code, which he thinks are not necessary.

·        What he has in place is safe.

·        There are many code violations in his area not being corrected.

·        Has a commercial well and may not have enough water for trees.

 

Some TAB members were reluctant to grant any extension of time.  The code violation has not been corrected since 2009.  There is a pattern of slow-rolling required code corrections in Arden.  In some cases, it has taken 10 years to correct a problem.

 

Other TAB members felt one additional chance should be given with a year or less to fix the code violations.  This opinion prevailed.

 

2.       UC-0220-12 (ET-0057-13) – CRUMLEY SELECT TRUST:

APPROVED per staff conditions

 

USE PERMIT FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME to complete the increase in area of an accessory apartment.

 

DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 

 

1) Maintain a relocated single family residence over 5 years of age; and

2) Permit an accessory apartment

 

in conjunction with a proposed single family residence on 1.2 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located 280 feet south of Warm Springs Road, on the east side of Rogers Street within Enterprise.  SS/bk/ml  (For possible action)

 

3.       NZC-0339-13 – BUFFALO & ROBINDALE 50% SERIES OF THEAF1, LLC.:

APPROVED per staff conditions

MOTION to reconsider the application: Approved

APPROVED per staff conditions and,

ADD Current Planning condition:

·        Landscaping to be similar to that of Nevada Trails on Buffalo and Robindale.

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 5.0 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone for a single family residential development.

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Reduced street intersection off-set; and

2) Modified street improvements

 

in accordance with Clark County Uniform Standard Drawings.  Generally located on the northeast corner of Buffalo Drive and Robindale Road within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The landscaping along Buffalo and Robindale should match the installed Nevada Trails landscaping. This will provide a uniform look in the area.  The applicant requested this condition be amended to the application.

 

4.       NZC-0340-13 – USA:

HELD until the July 31, 2013 TAB meeting per request of the applicant.

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify an 11.6 acre portion of an 80.0 acre parcel from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone and R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone for a single family residential development.

 

DESIGN REVIEWS for the following:

 

1) An R-1 zoned single family residential development on 4.6 acres; and

2) An R-2 zoned single family residential development on 7.0 acres. 

 

Generally located on the north and south sides of Haleh Avenue, 300 feet west of Dean Martin Drive within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

5.       NZC-0344-13 – T E G BLUE DIAMOND, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 2.7 acres from H-2 (General Highway Frontage) Zone to C-1 (Local Business) Zone for an existing shopping center on 2.7 acres in the MUD-4 Overlay District.  Generally located on the southwest corner of Blue Diamond Road and Cimarron Road within Enterprise (description on file).  sb/pb/ml  (For possible action)

 

6.       NZC-0348-13 – DURANGO AGATE, LLC:

HELD until the July 31, 2013 TAB meeting per the applicant’s agreement.

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 5.0 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone for a single family residential subdivision.  Generally located on the west side of Durango Drive and the north side of Agate Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  sb/pb/ml  (For possible action)

 

7.       NZC-0354-13 – DURANGO CORRIDOR, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions and

ADD a Current Planning condition,

·        Per plans on file.

 

 ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 7.5 acres from C-2 (General Commercial) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone for a single family residential development in the MUD-4 Overlay District.

 

          WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) alternative landscaping; and 2) non-standard off-site improvements.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Durango Drive and Agate Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

The project density would allow for the R-1 Zone district.  The applicant preferred to keep the zone district request to R-2.  The TAB is reluctant to grant zone districts in excess of what is needed for the project.  It was suggested by the staff to include a condition of, “per plans on file”.  A change to a greater density would require the new plan to be publicly reviewed.

 

8.       NZC-0356-13 – LEWIS INVESTMENT COMPANY OF NEVADA, LLC:

DENIED per staff “if approved” conditions with the following changes:

CHANGE Current Planning bullet #1 to read:

·        A reduction to R-D zoning.

CHANGE Public Works – Development Review bullet #4 to read:

·        Right-of-way dedication to include 45 feet to back of curb for Grand Canyon Drive, 30 to 60 feet for Conquistador Street and 30 to 60 feet for Raven Ave.

ADD Public Works conditions:

·      Waive full off-sites along Raven Ave except for 32 ft of paving on centerline.

·      All street lights to be fully shielded.

·      Street lights at intersections only

 

           ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 23.5 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone, C-1 (Local Business) Zone, and H-2 (General Highway Frontage) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone for a single family residential development with a portion of the development within the MUD-4 Overlay District.  Generally located on the north side of Blue Diamond Road and the west side of Grand Canyon Drive within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB strongly agrees with the Staff that zone change requested is not appropriate for the area.  This project is adjacent to the western most RNP-1 in Enterprise.

 

TAB considered the following.

·    The excellent staff analysis

·    This RNP is being developed after years of inactivity.

·    Other developers adjacent to this project have complied with the Enterprise Land Use Plan and Title 30.

·    The land use decisions must be consistent to provide a level playing field for all developers.

·    The land owners living in the RNP-1 are opposed to the zone change.

·    Raven needs to be dedicated.

o         The plan presented would land lock two parcels along Raven.

o         This area is not sufficiently developed to determine long-term road requirements for 1/8 and ¼ section line roads.

o         Additional access routes for emergency vehicles are required for the area.

·    The area does not have the infrastructure to support higher density zoning.

·    In the last land use major update, the emphasis was on commercial property.

·    No buffer to lower density property

·    This area is developing as a rural area, not into large subdivisions.

·    The applicant is not a builder and will sell the land.

·    The MUD was extended to this area in 2007 for a project with high density housing that never materialized.

 

This application should be denied in its current form.  If a zone change is approved, it should be no higher than R-D and the staff “if approved” conditions and the TAB conditions be attached.

 

Pardee Homes has permitted a project on the east side of Grand Canyon Drive.  They have modified their plans to include 20,000 sq. ft. lots in the RNP-1.  Part of their project is adjacent to the RNP-1 with 10,000 or larger lots using the R-D standards.  The same standards must be imposed on this application so the all developers know what standards to expect in the area. 

 

The TAB added Public Works conditions to include the Raven Ave dedication.  Without Raven Ave, two parcels will be landlocked.  Also, Raven Ave is needed to provide a traffic flow in the area and serve as a secondary emergency route.  It is too early in the area’s development to abandon right-of-way dedications.   Because Raven forms the RNP-1 boundary, it should be developed to the rural road standards.

 

This area is developing as low density rural residential.  The TAB recommends all the street lighting in this area should be fully shielded.   Consideration should be given to using street lights at intersections only, due to the more rural nature of the area.

 

9.       NZC-0358-13 – LAS VEGAS BLVD & STARR AVENUE, LLC:

APPROVED per staff “if approved” conditions and,

APPROVED reduced distance from back of curb return, which will apply to the corner lots.

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 40.0 acres from H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone for a single family residential development in the MUD-1 Overlay District.

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for modified street improvements in accordance with Clark County Uniform Standard Drawings.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Starr Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB considered the following in approving this application:

·   The staff concern about the reduction of commercial property in the area

·   Residential has been constructed in the area, which makes buffering to H-1 uses very difficult.

·   The east side of Las Vegas Blvd, south of Starr, is developing as residential.

·   This project makes good use of the power line easement as open space.

·   The 5.1 units/acre density is a good residential transition for the area.

·   The Gateway is policy in Enterprise.  However, it has no code or overlay associated with it.

·    At the neighborhood meeting, the area residents were in favor of the project.

·   This application will have an effect on the commercial and uses to the east.

 

There were two waivers requested in the application which were not noticed.  The request for 18 ft. driveways on the hammerheads is allowed in Title 30.  No waiver is required.  The back of curb return does require a waiver.  The TAB added a condition with the wording from the staff agenda sheet to approve the request of back of curb return waiver.

 

10.     NZC-0359-13 – PARK & AGATE INVESTMENTS, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions and

ADD Public Works – Development Review conditions:

·             Street lights to be fully shielded;

·             Street lights at intersections only;

·            Right-of-way dedication to include 30 feet for Park Street and 30 feet for Agate Avenue

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 2.5 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone and H-2 (General Highway Frontage) Zone to R-D (Suburban Estates Residential) Zone for a single family residential development in the MUD-3 Overlay District.

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Reduced setbacks;

2) Increased block wall height; and

3) Modified street standards

 

in accordance with Clark County Uniform Standard Drawings.  Generally located on the west side of Park Street, 330 feet north of Blue Diamond Road within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

Pardee Homes has worked to make this an excellent project that protects the RNP-1 to the north.  This application provides an additional parcel to build a better project. The requested zone change matches the project to the north.  There are three parcels involved in the project that will be joined together as the project moves forward.

 

This project is adjacent to the RNP-1.  All of the lots in the project are 10,000 ft. sq. or greater.  This is an excellent buffer to the RNP-1.

 

11.     UC-0347-13 – BGI ENTERPRISES:

APPROVED per staff conditions

 

USE PERMIT to allow offices as a principal use in conjunction with an existing office warehouse building.

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to reduce on-site parking on 10.0 acres in an M-1 (Light Manufacturing) (AE-65) Zone and an M-D (Designed Manufacturing) (AE-65 & AE-70) Zone.  Generally located on the west side of Bermuda Road, 300 feet south of Sunset Road within Enterprise.  ss/pb/ml  (For possible action)

 

12.     VC-0351-13 – ADAVEN MANGAEMENT, INC:

APPROVED per staff "if approved" conditions and,

ADD Current Planning condition:

·        Require two trees per lot on east side of lots 1 thru 8 to provide buffer.

 

VARIANCES for the following:

 

1) Reduced front setback;

2) Reduced corner side setback;

3) Reduced rear setback;

4) Increased building height;

5) Increase the length of architectural enclosures; and

6) Increased wall height.

 

WAIVERS for the following:

 

1) Modify street improvements in accordance with Clark County Uniform Standard Drawings; and

2) Reduced street intersection off-set

 

in conjunction with a single family development on 5.0 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone in the Pinnacle Peaks Concept Plan Area.  Generally located on the north side of Shelborne Avenue (alignment); and the east side of Duneville Street (alignment) within Enterprise.  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB recommended approval for the following:

·        The variances have been granted for other projects in Pinnacle Peaks.

·        The lot sizes were locked in in the 2004 zone change to R-2.

·        Some of the variances will not be required when the Pinnacle Peaks Master Plan terminates in Feb 2014 and the area converts to Title 30.

 

This application is an excellent example of how non-conforming zone changes create unnecessary expense and problems for adjacent land owners years later.

 

The property owner to the east is concerned about how the residential will effect development of his industrial property.  The master plan originally required light industrial in this area.  A non-conforming zone change in 2004 changed some light industrial to residential uses.  This created today’s buffering problems and killed primary job creation opportunities.

 

TAB help was requested by the industrial property owner east of this parcel.  When the 2004 zone change was approved, he expressed concerns with buffering and potential uses on his property.  At that time, there were verbal assurances that the buffering would not be a problem.  Under the current code, the industrial property owner would be required to install the buffer on his property at his expense.  This is a direct result of the 2004 non-conforming zone change.  This is would not have occurred if the master plan was followed.

 

The applicant offered to place a letter in the file stating their intentions about the required buffer.  However, this has no legal standing on the new property owners when the houses are sold. 

 

The TAB explored a number of possible solutions. The recommendation is to require a buffer on lots 1 thru 8.  This will establish a buffer and have a public record the industrial land owner can refer to when the requirement for buffering is placed on his land use application.

 

13.     VS-0352-13 – ADAVEN MANAGEMENT, INC:

APPROVED per staff conditions

 

VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Shelbourne Avenue (alignment) and Rose Tiara Drive, and between Duneville Street (alignment) and the Union Pacific Railroad in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone in the Pinnacle Peaks Concept Plan area within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/rk/ed  (For possible action)

 

14.     VS-0353-13 - DURANGO CORRIDOR, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions

 

VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Agate Avenue and Blue Diamond Road, and between Durango Drive and White Rock Peak Street in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone in the MUD-4 Overlay District within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/ed  (For possible action)

 

08/07/13 BCC

 

15.    DR-0361-13 – BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT:

APPROVED per staff conditions with the following additional conditions:

ADD Current Planning condition,

·        Design Review as Public Hearing for significant changes to plan;

ADD Public Works - Development Review condition,

·        Right turn lane.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a public park and all associated uses including, but not limited to, a multi-purpose turf area, sports court area, fitness area, meditation garden, amphitheater, restroom, shade structures, playground equipment, and walking trails on an approximate 21.0 acre portion of a 300.0 acre site in a P-F (Public Facility) Zone.  Generally located on the south side of Mountains Edge Parkway, 1,300 feet west of Buffalo Drive within Enterprise.  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The planners have created an excellent park.  Their plan has incorporated citizen input and produced a park that has a multitude of recreational uses.

 

The TAB expressed concerns with pedestrian/traffic safety and parking.  At Rumrill, there will be pedestrian activated crosswalk signals.  The TAB added a condition for a right turn lane into the park to increase safety on Mountains Edge Parkway.

 

Given the number of possible activities in the park, the TAB wanted to know if there was any provision for overflow parking.  There is no space on Mountains Edge Parkway for overflow parking without impeding traffic.  Overflow parking was not considered by the planners.  This could compromise safety and create congestion on Mountains Edge Parkway.

 

RETURNED APPLICATIONS

 

07/17/13 BCC

 

R-1.   NZC-0129-13 – S & E INVESTORS, LLC, ET AL:

DENIED 4-0 (Wilson abstained) per staff "if approved" conditions and,

ADD Current planning “if approved” condition:

·        Design Review for significant changes to plans and Tentative Map

 

HOLDOVER ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 15.2 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone and M-1 (Light Manufacturing) Zone to R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone for a single family residential development.

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 

 

1) Reduced setbacks;

2) Reduced driveway length; and

3) Increased cul-de-sac length. 

 

Generally located on the east side of Rainbow Boulevard and the south side of Mountains Edge Parkway within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/ml  (For possible action) (PC Action - Denied)

 

The applicant has changed this application from compact lot development to an R-2 project and eliminated all the waivers.

 

What has not changed is placing a residential use on land planned for industrial uses.  There is very little light industrial land available in Enterprise, less than 400 acres.  In this case, the negatives outweigh the positives.  The TAB strongly recommends this land be preserved for primary job creation and economic diversification.  Any changes from industrial must be done in the major land use update where the entire area can be considered.

 

          The TAB considered the following in making the recommendation:

·        The new plan presented is better than the previous plan.

·        It does not have amenities built into the plan for the residents in what will be an isolated neighborhood.

·        It is estimated this plan will add 60 plus students to the neighborhood schools, or the equivalent of 2 to 3 new classrooms.

·        This project is adjacent to M-1 zoned land.

·        No buffer is provided to the adjacent industrial land.

·        The TAB has repeatedly seen buffering problems when residential is introduced into industrial areas.

·        The presence of residential discourages industrial uses from being established .

·        Pinnacle Peaks is an area where large industrial land sections were converted to residential; the result is today’s buffering problems and few, if any, primary jobs created.

·        Industrial land is needed for primary job creation and economic diversification.

·        Industrial land is a scarce, less than .0096% of the available land in Enterprise is light industrial.

·        No lasting primary job creation with residential uses

·        Buffering problems between incompatible land uses

·        Rainbow Blvd. should be the dividing line between residential uses to the west and industrial uses to the east.

·        The Arden area east of Rainbow has the potential to attract businesses needing a rail siding.

·        Union Pacific RR will not recommend a light industrial plant locate where there is nearby residential.

·      The TAB has received requests for more industrial land.

·      A change of this magnitude should be done in a major land use update.

·      The applicant did not provide compelling justification.

 

R-2.  VS-0130-13 – S & E INVESTORS, LLC, ET AL:

DENIED 4-0 (Wilson abstained)

 

HOLDOVER VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Rainbow Boulevard and the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks, and south of Mountains Edge Parkway in an R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/xx  (For possible action) (PC Action - Denied)

 

R-3   TM-0035-13 - MOUNTAINS EDGE 15:

DENIED 4-0 (Wilson abstained) per staff conditions

 

HOLDOVER TENTATIVE MAP consisting of 130 single family residential lots and common lots on 15.2 acres in an R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone.  Generally located on the east side of Rainbow Boulevard and the south side of Mountains Edge Parkway within Enterprise. SB/al/ml (For possible action) (PC Action - Denied)

 

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

NEXT MEETING DATE:  July 31, 2013, 6:00 pm

 

ADJOURNMENT: 

 

The statements, opinions and observations expressed in this document are solely those of the author.  The opinions stated in this document are not the official position of any government board, organization or group.  The project descriptions, ordinances board/commission results are reproduced from publicly available Clark County Records. This document may be freely distributed and reproduced as long as the author’s content is not altered.  Additional comments maybe added.  Additional comments must be clearly attributed to the author of those comments and published or reproduced with the document.  The additional comments author’s affiliation with any government board, organization or group must be clearly identified.  This attribution statement must accompany any distribution of this document.

David D. Chestnut, Sr.