ENTERPRISE TAB WATCH

Results    January 15, 2014

 

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

 

Planning Commission 7:00 P.M., Tuesday, February 4, 2013.

Board of County Commissioners 9:00 A.M., Wednesday, February 5, 2013.

 

Because the TAB meeting was not held on January 1, 2014 many items will be heard by the PC and BCC earlier than February.  Check the meeting dates below for the PC and BCC items you are interested in.

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 December 11, 2013.  APROVED

 

         2.  Approve the Agenda with any corrections, deletions or changes.  APROVED

     1. Items on the agenda may be taken out of order. Revised TAB agenda was use to hear items in the same area.

 

     2. The Town Advisory Board may combine two or more agenda items for consideration.

    


2.  VS-0796-13 -TOCK 5 IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST; ET AL:

     7.  UC-0795-13 – TOCK 5 IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL:

 

     8.      VS-0799-13 – U.S.A.: 

     12.     WS-0798-13 – U.S.A.: 

 

     9.      VS-0802-13 – U.S.A.: 

     13.     WS-0801-13 – U.S.A  

 

     17.     NZC-0822-13 – TRAN ENTERPRISE, LLC: 

     18.     NZC-0823-13 – TRAN ENTERPRISES, LLC: 

 

     23.     NZC-0842-13 – KINERET, LLC: 

     26.     TM-0241-13 – KINERET, LLC: 

     30.     VS-0843-14 – KINERET, LLC: 

 

     24.     NZC-0844-13 – DRB HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL: 

     31.     VS-0845-13 - DRB HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL:  

 

     36.     TM-0230-13 - USA: 

     39.     WS-0812-13 – USA: 

 

41.     VS-0661-13 - PHANTOM GROUP, LLC: 

42.     WS-0662-13 – PHANTOM GROUP, LLC

 


 

         3. The Town Advisory Board may remove an item from the agenda or delay discussion relating to an item at any time.

 

4.  WS-0791-13 – RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES NEVADA, INC:

5.  WS-0792-13 – RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES NEVADA, INC:

21.     NZC-0833-13 – NEW SOUTHWEST VENTURES, LLC, ET AL: 

25.     TM-0240-13 - NEW SOUTHWEST VENTURES LLC, ET AL: 

33.     DR-0621-12 (ET-0125-13) – BLM, USA, AND CLARK COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION:

24.     NZC-0844-13 – DRB HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL

31.     VS-0845-13 - DRB HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL

40.     ZC-0841-13 – NEVADA SENIOR HOLDINGS, LLC

43.     WS-0726-13 – GRAFIADA, ENRIQUE & KAMI:  Applicant requested a hold on this item.  The Board decided to hear the application.

        

PUBLIC COMMENTS:   NONE

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

CLARK COUNTY OUTSIDE AGENCY GRANT (OAG)    Program Year 2013-2014

 

The application for Outside Agency Grant (OAG) funds will become available beginning Monday, December 30, 2013.

The application must be completed and submitted online through ZoomGrants.  The online application can be accessed via a web link found on the Clark County Community Resources Management webpage at:

www.clarkcountynv.gov/depts/admin_services/comresmgmt/Pages/ZoomGrants.aspx

Application instructions will also be available on the same webpage.

 

Only those agencies who meet the application submittal requirements will be eligible to be considered for FY 2013/2014 OAG funds.  After the review of all eligible applications, applicants will be notified at

a later date of funding decisions.

 

To be considered for funding, a project must provide services and assistance that substantially benefits Clark County residents (NRS 244.1505). Projects that provide a substantial benefit are programs or services needed by disadvantaged citizens to increase their self-sufficiency and personal independence, programs or events that foster community pride or cohesiveness, and/or facilities and projects that strengthen the community’s infrastructure. Generally, these OAG grants are intended to supplement services provided directly by the County, or are funded in lieu of the need for the County to establish such programs.  GRANT APPLICATIONS CAN ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENTITIES, NOT BY INDIVIDUALS OR BY FOR-PROFIT FIRMS.

 

The deadline for submitting completed OAG applications is Friday, January 31st, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.

No paper applications will be accepted.  

 

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS

 

Approve the TAB calendar for 2014 (For possible action) APPROVED

 

January           1 Canceled                                          July                  9   (Traffic Committee 4:30)  

                        15                                                                                30

                        29                                                        August             13 (Traffic Committee 4:30)

February          12 (Traffic Committee 4:30)                                       27

                        26                                                        September      10 (Traffic Committee 4:30)

March              12 (Traffic Committee 4:30)               October           1

                        26                                                                                15 (Traffic Committee 4:30)

April                 9   (Traffic Committee 4:30)                                       29

                        30                                                        November       12 (Traffic Committee 4:30)

May                  14 (Traffic Committee 4:30)                                       26 Canceled

                        28                                                        December       10 (Traffic Committee 4:30)

June                11 (Traffic Committee 4:30)                                       31 Canceled

                        25                                                        January 2015  14

ZONING AGENDA

01/21/14 PC

 

1.      UC-0779-13 – 750 E. PYLE, LLC:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

USE PERMIT for secondhand sales within an existing commercial center on a portion of 1.0 acre in a C-1 (Local Business) Zone.  Generally located on the north side of Pyle Avenue, 150 feet west of Pollock Drive within Enterprise.  SS/gc/ml  (For possible action)

 

2.      VS-0796-13 -TOCK 5 IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST; ET AL:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Grand Canyon Drive and Fort Apache Road on the south side of Wigwam Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

3.      WS-0785-13 – GOODELL, REX & JOAN:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for a reduced front yard setback for a garage addition in conjunction with an existing single family residence on 0.9 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (AE-60) (RNP-1) Zone.  Generally located on southwest corner of Wigwam Avenue and Hinson Street within Enterprise.  SB/mk/ml  (For possible action)

 

4.      WS-0791-13 – RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES NEVADA, INC:

         HELD by the applicant to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Increased wall height;

2) Allow an increased artificial grade; and

3) Exceed the maximum site disturbance in conjunction with a hillside development.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a final grading plan for development within a Hillside & Foothills Transition Boundary Area in conjunction with an approved 124 lot single family subdivision with common lots on 21.5 acres in a RUD (Residential Urban Density) Zone.  Generally located on the north side of Ford Avenue, 200 feet east of Hualapai Way (alignment) within Enterprise.  SB/dm/ml  (For possible action)

 

5.      WS-0792-13 – RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES NEVADA, INC:

         HELD by the applicant to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for modified standards for a hillside wall in conjunction with an approved 35 lot single family subdivision with common lots on 5.4 acres in an RUD (Residential Urban Density) Zone.  Generally located on the northeast corner of Cougar Avenue (alignment) and Conquistador Street (alignment) within Enterprise.  SB/dm/ml  (For possible action)

 

01/22/14 BCC

 

6.      ZC-1388-98 (ET-0118-13) – JONES WIGWAM COMMERCIAL, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions: and,

CHANGE Current Planning bullet #1 to read:

·      Until January 22, 2021 to complete;

 

ZONE CHANGE FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME to reclassify 3.0 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to C-2 (General Commercial) Zone for future commercial development in the Pinnacle Peaks Concept Plan area.  Generally located on the west side of Jones Boulevard and the south side of Wigwam Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The applicant requested a 5 year extension to allow for Jones Blvd to be connected to Blue Diamond Rd.  However, the construction date for that connection is 2019.  The TAB added two years to the estimated construction date to arrive at the extension date.

 

7.      UC-0795-13 – TOCK 5 IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL:

APPROVED per staff conditions and:

ADD a Current Planning condition:

·      Density limited to requested 5.6 units per acre

RECOMMENDATION to look into moving the entrance east from Huntington Cove.

 

USE PERMIT for modified residential development standards in conjunction with a single family subdivision.

 

WAIVERS for the following:

 

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

2) Allow early finished grading.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential subdivision on 21.0 acres in an R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) P-C (Planned Community Overlay) Zone in the Rhodes Ranch Master Planned Community.  Generally located on the south side Wigwam Avenue and the east side of Grand Canyon Drive within Spring Valley and Enterprise.  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

This property was originally zoned as R-3 allowing up to 18 residential units per acre.  It is now being developed as less dense single family residences.  The only objection to the project was the location of the entrance across from Huntington Cove Parkway.  The street is used as a cut through for traffic to Forbuss Elementary School from Fort Apache.  The concern is this project would increase the cut through traffic.  The TAB asked the developer to look at offsetting the entrance to one of the eastern cul-de-sacs.

 

The TAB is concerned about numerous small projects cumulative impact in the area will have a significant impact on the need for schools; require creation of primary job opportunities; conveniently located retail/commercial, additional roads and public facilities. 

 

The TAB added a condition to restrict the density to no more than 5.6 units/acre.  TAB reasoning is the schools are overcrowded and each new residential project will add to that overcrowding.

 

8.      VS-0799-13 – U.S.A.:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

VACATE AND ABANDON a portion of right-of-way being Pebble Road located between Cimarron Road (alignment) and Tomsik Street (alignment), and a portion of Cimarron Road located between Pebble Road (alignment) and Torino Avenue (alignment) within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

9.      VS-0802-13 – U.S.A.:

HELD to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting per agreement with applicant in order to meet with the neighbors:

 

VACATE AND ABANDON a portion of right-of-way being Miller Lane located between Wigwam Avenue and Cougar Avenue (alignment), a portion of Wigwam Avenue located between Miller Lane (alignment) and Buffalo Drive (alignment), and an unnamed right-of-way alignment located between Wigwam Avenue and Cougar Avenue (alignment) within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

10.    ZC-0031-12 (WC-0123-13) – DR HORTON, ET AL:

APPROVED:

Applicant not to energize installed light poles.

 

WAIVER OF CONDITIONS of a zone change requiring full off-site improvements in conjunction with a single family subdivision on 10.0 acres in an R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone.  Generally located on the northwest corner of Starr Avenue and Haven Street (alignment) within Enterprise.  SS/bk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The staff agenda sheet was not accurate.  The public works development review did not match the photos provided by the applicant which showed full of-sites installed including the light poles.  The area in question is two ¼ cul-de-sac sections.  One located on the northeast property corner and the other on the northwest corner.  The applicant’s request is not to energize the street lights.  Given the location, this is a reasonable request.

 

11.    WS-0797-13 – NATURE BOY TRUST, ET AL:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Reduced residential driveway geometrics; and

2) Reduced street intersection off-set.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential subdivision on 5.0 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Buffalo Drive and Cactus Avenue within Enterprise.  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

12.    WS-0798-13 – U.S.A.:

WAIVER of DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS #1 WITHDRAWN;

APPROVE WAIVERS of DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS #2 and #3

DENY DESIGN REVIEW

ADD Current Planning conditions:

·      No gated community,

·      CC&R’s may not prohibit any county standard allowed by the zone district.

MOTION PASSED

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Increased wall height;

2) Waive full off-site improvements (partial paving, curb, gutter, sidewalk, and streetlights); and

3) Modified street improvements in accordance with Clark County’s Uniform Standard Drawings.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development on a 7.5 acre portion of an overall 108.0 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located on the north side of Pebble Road and the west side of Cimarron Road within Enterprise.  SB/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

There is strong objection to the applicant’s plot design by the adjacent neighbors and area residents.  The opponent group includes neighbors who supported the developer in previous projects.  The opposition is not opposed to building additional homes. Residents made the following points

 

·   The RNP rural character is based upon an open neighborhood

·   The dominant RNP development pattern is homes facing local roads and 4 house cul-de-sacs.

·   This project is another walled in group of houses that detract from the RNP

·   The RNP purpose and structure is being slowly deteriorated project by project.

·   The area residents do not want a series of long block walls created by walled in subdivisions.

 

The developer was not willing to hold the application for further talks with the neighbors. 

 

The TAB determined the following:

·   The subdivision design does not blend into the neighborhood

·   Two access points are taken off a collector when access to a local roads are available

·   Access should be taken off Tomsik and Torino

·   Applicant is trying to keep traffic off Tomsik

·   Applicant is not will to reconfigure the layout to front 4 to 5 houses on local street

·   Use of rural road standards is appropriate on the collector and arterials roads

·   The applicant is only looking at one option for drainage and utilities.

·   This type of subdivision will remove the rural charactere form the RNP if allowed to continue.

·   TAB has received information than HOA CC&Rs are restricting items allowed by Title 30.

 

The TAB agreed with the staff that increased wall height approval at this time is not appropriate.  The Board experience is wall height waiver given at this time can produce results detrimental to the RNP.  If increased wall height is needed the request should be made after the final grading plan is made.

 

The architectural design does fit into the RNP.  However, the TAB found that the subdivision design presented does not blend into the neighborhood as it isolates this subdivision from the rest of the RNP.  The two access point on the collector contribute to the isolation of this subdivision.  In the future, access on to a collector road may become a safety factor as traffic increases.  The property has fronts on two local roads that can be used for access.  The TAB recommends the Design Review be denied and be replace with a more open design.

 

The Enterprise land use plan discourages gated communities within the RNP.  The TAB added a recommendation to prohibit this subdivision form being gated.  Also, recommended that RNP activities and standards allowed in Title 30 not be prohibited by CC&Rs.

 

13.    WS-0801-13 – U.S.A.:

HELD to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting per agreement with applicant in order to meet with the neighbors:

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Increased wall height;

2) Waive full off-site improvements (partial paving, curb, gutter, sidewalk, and streetlights); and

3) Modified street improvements in accordance with Clark County’s Uniform Standard Drawings.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development on a 15.0 acre portion of an overall 108.0 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located on the south side of Wigwam Avenue and the west and east sides of Warbonnet Way within Enterprise.  SB/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

14.    ZC-0454-13 – LAS VEGAS COML INVEST, LLC:

HELD by the TAB to the January 29, 2014 meeting to obtain updated staff agenda sheet.

Motion PASSED:

 

AMENDED HOLDOVER ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 2.5 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.

 

DESIGN REVIEW a single family residential development in a hillside transition area (previously not notified).  Generally located on the west side of Fort Apache Road, 350 feet south of Le Baron Avenue (alignment) within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/mk/ml (For possible action)

 

02/04/14 PC

 

15.    DR-0831-13 – DM RAINBOW, LLC:

         APPROVED per staff conditions: and,

ADD a Current Planning condition:

·   Design Review as A Public Hearing for lighting and signage.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a restaurant in conjunction with an existing shopping center on 0.4 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone.  Generally located on the west side of Rainbow Boulevard, 230 feet south of Eldorado Lane within Enterprise.  SS/jt/ml  (For possible action)

 

This application is for a KFC restaurant.  KFC has recently updated the design of their stores with cleaner lines.  The new design is different from the current inline buildings.  The TAB opinion is the new design will blend into the area.  Lighting and signage are not part of this application.  The TAB recommends a Design Review for lighting and signage as a public hearing.

 

16.    NZC-0819-13 – BAE KO & PONG AE KO:

APPROVED per staff conditions:

ADD Current Planning condition:

·Comply with Mountains Edge lighting, landscape standards and architectural color palette.

·Density limited to 4.1 units/acre

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 4.9 acres from C-2 (General Commercial) Zone to R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the south side of Mountains Edge Parkway, 300 feet west of Buffalo Drive within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB position on the non-conforming zone changes was based upon answering the following:

·      What significant changes have occurred in the neighborhood to compel this application?

·      What is the cumulative effect of numerous non-conforming zone changes on neighborhood development and public services required?

·      Does the non-conforming zone change significantly alter surrounding land uses?

·      Has the applicant met the Title 30 compelling justification?

 

This is out parcel, as well as an infill projected.  The applicant has a good project that will fit in the area.  The TAB added the condition to comply with the Mountain’s Edge standards due to the location of the parcel.

 

The only concern raised is the project entrance is on Mountain’s Edge parkway and will be right in, right out.  This may lead to an increase in U-turn in front of the fire station.

 

Numerous small projects cumulative impact in the area will have a significant impact on the need for schools; require creation of primary job opportunities; conveniently located retail/commercial, additional roads and public facilities. 

 

The TAB added a condition to restrict the density to no more than 4.1 units/acre.  TAB reasoning is the schools are overcrowded and each new residential project will add to that overcrowding.  And second, any increase in density for this project should require a public hearing due to the effect on public services.

 

17.    NZC-0822-13 – TRAN ENTERPRISE, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions:

ADD Current Planning condition:

·Design review as a public hearing for significant changes to plans.

ADD Public Works condition:

·All pole mounted street lights to be fully shielded.

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 2.5 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for modified street improvements in accordance with Clark County’s Uniform Standard Drawings.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the south side of Conn Avenue and the west side of Bronco Street within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB position on the non-conforming zone changes was based upon answering the following:

·      What significant changes have occurred in the neighborhood to compel this application?

·      What is the cumulative effect of numerous non-conforming zone changes on neighborhood development and public services required?

·      Does the non-conforming zone change significantly alter surrounding land uses?

·      Has the applicant met the Title 30 compelling justification?

 

This area is predominantly residential and the project will blend into the neighborhood.  The requested density is 7.5 units/acre as a result the TAB did not limit the project density.

 

The TAB has consistently recommended street lighting be fully shielded.  This helps produce an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood while maintaining a safe lighting level.

 

18.    NZC-0823-13 – TRAN ENTERPRISES, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions:

ADD current planning condition:

·Design review as a public hearing for significant changes to plans.

·Density limited to 5.1 units/acre

ADD Public Works condition:

·All pole mounted street lights to be fully shielded.

·No single family residential driveways on Levi Ave and Conn Ave within 125 feet of Jones

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 7.6 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for modified street improvements in accordance with Clark County’s Uniform Standard Drawings.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the northwest corner of Jones Boulevard and Levi Avenue and the southeast corner of Jones Boulevard and Somerset Hills Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB position on the non-conforming zone changes was based upon answering the following:

·      What significant changes have occurred in the neighborhood to compel this application?

·      What is the cumulative effect of numerous non-conforming zone changes on neighborhood development and public services required?

·      Does the non-conforming zone change significantly alter surrounding land uses?

·      Has the applicant met the Title 30 compelling justification?

 

This area is predominantly residential and the project will blend into the neighborhood.  The one TAB concern is the homes facing Levi and Conn within 125 feet of Jones.  Those homes have driveways that require backing into the road.  The TAB believes this is a safety hazard when located near a major arterial.  Also Levi is a main route to Desert Oasis High School with high traffic volume.

 

Numerous small projects cumulative impact in the area will have a significant impact on the need for schools; require creation of primary job opportunities; conveniently located retail/commercial, additional roads and public facilities. 

 

The TAB added two conditions.  First, the density to be restricted to no more than 5.1 units/acre.  TAB reasoning is the schools are overcrowded and each new residential project will add to that overcrowding.  And second, any increase in density for this project should require a public hearing due to the effect on public services.

 

The TAB has consistently recommended street lighting be fully shielded.  This helps produce an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood while maintaining a safe lighting level.

 

19.    NZC-0830-13 – SPEARS, FRANK T.:

APPROVED per staff conditions:

ADD current planning conditions:

·Design review as a public hearing for significant changes to plans.

·Density Limited to the requested 5.8 units/acre

ADD Public Works condition:

·All pole mounted street lights to be fully shielded.

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 2.5 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the south side of Robindale Road, 300 feet east of Jones Boulevard within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB position on the non-conforming zone changes was based upon answering the following:

·      What significant changes have occurred in the neighborhood to compel this application?

·      What is the cumulative effect of numerous non-conforming zone changes on neighborhood development and public services required?

·      Does the non-conforming zone change significantly alter surrounding land uses?

·      Has the applicant met the Title 30 compelling justification?

 

This is an infill project in a residential neighborhood that will bend into the area.

 

Numerous small projects cumulative impact in the area will have a significant impact on the need for schools; require creation of primary job opportunities; conveniently located retail/commercial, additional roads and public facilities. 

 

The TAB added two conditions.  First, the density to be restricted to no more than 5.8 units/acre.  TAB reasoning is the schools are overcrowded and each new residential project will add to that overcrowding.  And second, any increase in density for this project should require a public hearing due to the effect on public services.

 

The TAB has consistently recommended street lighting be fully shielded.  This helps produce an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood while maintaining a safe lighting level.

 

20.    NZC-0832-13 – PANNEE LEITCH MCMACKIN SEPARATE PROPERTY TRUST:

DENIED: Incompatible with Land Use Plan.  Staff analysis was based on the MUD overlay to justify increased density.

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 9.2 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone in the MUD-3 Overlay District.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a multi-family residential development.  Generally located on the east side of Dean Martin Drive, 660 feet south of Cactus Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  sb/pb/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB position on the non-conforming zone changes was based upon answering the following:

·      What significant changes have occurred in the neighborhood to compel this application?

·      What is the cumulative effect of numerous non-conforming zone changes on neighborhood development and public services required?

·      Does the non-conforming zone change significantly alter surrounding land uses?

·      Has the applicant met the Title 30 compelling justification?

 

The application compelling justification was based upon the assumption the property could be developed as a MUD-3 project.  The analysis was not based upon the Residential Medium (RM) land use designation.  This project is only residential while the MUD-3 project would require a commercial element that was not included in the staff analysis.  When the RM land use is used for comparison, the project is significantly greater density that currently planned. 

 

The TAB opinion is MUD-3 is not a proper analysis standard unless the U-V zone district has been previously granted. The Compelling Justification as stated did not provide the TAB information required to base an approval upon.  The TAB used RM as the base line for analysis and found the project is a significant increase in density and demand for public services.

 

A density increase of this magnitude is better accomplished through the land use process.

 

21.    NZC-0833-13 – NEW SOUTHWEST VENTURES, LLC, ET AL:

         HELD by the applicant to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 7.5 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 

 

1) Reduced lot area; and

2) Allow modifications to standard drawings for public street sections.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Buffalo Drive and Windmill Lane within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

22.    NZC-0838-13 – CML-NV CHARLESTON BLVD, LLC:

         APPROVE Zone Change to R-2;

         DENY Waiver of Development Standards #1a

         APPROVE Waiver of Development Standards #1b and 2;

         ADD Current Planning conditions:

·      10,000 foot lots fronting on Rosanna to be single story;

·      Residences along Rosanna to front on Rosanna;

·      Density limited to 4.3 units per acre;

         ADD Public Works condition:

·      Pebble design be similar to that used at Pebble and Durango re: the choke-down;

         CHANGE Public Works bullet # 4 to read:

·      Right-of-way dedication to include 55 feet to back of curb for Rainbow Boulevard, 50 to 55 feet for Pebble Road, 30 for Rosanna Street and associated spandrels;

         Motion PASSED

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 8.0 acres from C-2 (General Commercial) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone in the MUD-4 Overlay District.

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 

 

1) Landscaping and screening; and

2) Off-site improvements (curb, gutter, sidewalk, streetlights, and reduced paving).

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the southwest corner of Pebble Road and Rainbow Boulevard within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB position on the non-conforming zone changes was based upon answering the following:

·      What significant changes have occurred in the neighborhood to compel this application?

·      What is the cumulative effect of numerous non-conforming zone changes on neighborhood development and public services required?

·      Does the non-conforming zone change significantly alter surrounding land uses?

·      Has the applicant met the Title 30 compelling justification?

 

The staff is opposed to this project.  The TAB has seen a series of MUD and commercial projects that could not be funded on this parcel.  The other side of Rainbow north of Pebble is trending toward residential.  This project is less dense than the planned commercial.  The residential on this parcel provides a better buffer to the RNP.  The TAB opinion is this is viable residential site.

 

The developer has made several changes based upon input from the neighborhood meeting.  The changes increased the buffering to the RNP. 

 

The TAB recommended Waiver of Development Standards #1a be denied.  A detached sidewalk along Rainbow is the preferred because it is safer for pedestrians.  The additional land needed for the detached sidewalk can be obtained by fronting homes on Rosanna.  This would eliminate the six foot landscape buffer along Rosanna.  The homes fronting on Rosanna continue the buffering pattern established around this RNP.

 

Traffic control and mitigation are critical to this project and the RNP.  The TAB recommended Pebble be designed similar to intersection segment east of Pebble and Durango.  This design provides the required interface with Rainbow and chokes down Pebble as it enters into the RNP.

 

The other traffic mitigation discussed is the vacation of Raven at Rainbow.  Raven was vacated at Pebble to reduce RNP cut through traffic.  The Raven vacation at Rainbow would help mitigate cut through traffic in the RNP. 

 

The Enterprise TAB Traffic Committee has discussed RNP traffic mitigation over the last year with the following conclusions.

 

·Entry into the RNPs should be through and along collectors and arterials.

·Within the RNP rural standards be used for collectors and arterials

·Where the arterial traffic requires more than 32 ft. of pavement, provide a center line island that restricts left turns on to local roads.

·Left turns for the arterials into and out of the RNP only at collectors

·Provide choke down to rural standards prior to the RNP boarder

·Local roads entering the RNP from an arterial be vacated where possible

·Local roads to be used to help buffer the boarder of the RNP

·Local roads within the not be vacated to help distribute traffic

·Local road vacations should be denied until the neighborhood development reaches 60% or greater.

 

Numerous small projects cumulative impact in the area will have a significant impact on the need for schools; require creation of primary job opportunities; conveniently located retail/commercial, additional roads and public facilities. 

 

The TAB added two conditions.  First, the density to be restricted to no more than 4.3 units/acre.  TAB reasoning is the schools are overcrowded and each new residential project will add to that overcrowding.  And second, any increase in density for this project should require a public hearing due to the effect on public services.

 

23.    NZC-0842-13 – KINERET, LLC:

Per staff "If Approved" conditions:

APPROVE Zone Change;

APPROVE Waiver of Development Standards for off-site improvements for Lisa Lane and also to include, if Ford is put in, rural standards past the emergency entrance for the development;

APPROVE Design Review;

ADD Current Planning conditions:

·      Density limited to 4 units/acre;

·      Residences along to Lisa Ave to face the road;

·      Residence along to Lisa Ave to be single story;

ADD Public Works conditions:

·      All pole mounted street lights to be fully shielded.

·      Vacate Ford Ave from Durango to Lisa Lane

CHANGE Public Works – Development Review Bullet # 3 to Read:

·      30 feet for Lisa Lane and associated spandrel;

Motion PASSED

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 8.8 acres from C-P (Office & Professional) Zone and C-1 (Local Business) Zone to R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone.

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for off-site improvements (curb, gutter, sidewalk, streetlights, and reduced paving) for Lisa Lane.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Ford Avenue and Durango Drive within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB position on the non-conforming zone changes was based upon answering the following:

·      What significant changes have occurred in the neighborhood to compel this application?

·      What is the cumulative effect of numerous non-conforming zone changes on neighborhood development and public services required?

·      Does the non-conforming zone change significantly alter surrounding land uses?

·      Has the applicant met the Title 30 compelling justification?

 

This area is moving from commercial land use to residential development.  This project continues the trend.  The strip of commercial along arterials, adjacent to the residential has not worked well as a land use plan.  It causes buffering problems.  The strips are not deep enough for good commercial development.  Too much land use has been allocated to commercial.  The trend to replace these commercial strips with residential is make better use of the land.

 

The other traffic mitigation discussed is the vacation of Ford from Durango to Lisa.  Raven was vacated at Pebble to reduce RNP cut through traffic.  The Ford vacation at Durango would help mitigate cut through traffic in the RNP. 

 

The Enterprise TAB Traffic Committee has discussed RNP traffic mitigation over the last year with the following conclusions.

 

·Entry into the RNPs should be through and along collectors and arterials.

·Within the RNP rural standards be used for collectors and arterials

·Where the arterial traffic requires more than 32 ft. of pavement, provide a center line island that restricts left turns on to local roads.

·Left turns for the arterials into and out of the RNP only at collectors

·Provide choke down to rural standards prior to the RNP boarder

·Local roads entering the RNP from an arterial be vacated where possible

·Local roads to be used to help buffer the boarder of the RNP

·Local roads within the not be vacated to help distribute traffic

·Local road vacations should be denied until the neighborhood development reaches 60% or greater.

 

If ford is not vacated, the choke down to rural road standards should begin after the crash gate on Ford.

 

Numerous small projects cumulative impact in the area will have a significant impact on the need for schools; require creation of primary job opportunities; conveniently located retail/commercial, additional roads and public facilities. 

 

The TAB added two conditions.  First, the density to be restricted to no more than 4 units/acre.  TAB reasoning is the schools are overcrowded and each new residential project will add to that overcrowding.  And second, any increase in density for this project should require a public hearing due to the effect on public services.

 

The TAB has consistently recommended street lighting be fully shielded.  This helps produce an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood while maintaining a safe lighting level.

 

24.    NZC-0844-13 – DRB HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL:

         HELD by the applicant to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 25.3 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone, C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, and M-1 (Light Manufacturing) Zone to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone in the CMA Design and MUD-3 Overlay Districts.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development.  Generally located on the south side of Badura Avenue and the west side of Redwood Street within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

25.    TM-0240-13 - NEW SOUTHWEST VENTURES LLC, ET AL:

         HELD by the applicant to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting

 

TENTATIVE MAP consisting of 56 single family residential lots and common lots on 7.5 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Buffalo Drive and Windmill Lane within Enterprise.  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

26.    TM-0241-13 – KINERET, LLC:

APPROVED per staff conditions: and,

ADD Public Works condition:

·All pole mounted street lights to be fully shielded.

·Vacate Ford Ave from Durango to Lisa Lane

CHANGE Public Works – Development review Bullet # 4 to Read:

·30 feet for Lisa Lane and associated spandrel;

 

TENTATIVE MAP consisting of 35 single family residential lots and common lots on 8.8 acres in an R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone.  Generally located on the southeast corner of Ford Avenue and Durango Drive within Enterprise.  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

The dedication of Lisa is required for RNP buffer and internal traffic flow.  Lisa is a boarder to the RNP and should develop to rural roads standards. 

 

The other traffic mitigation discussed is the vacation of Ford from Durango to Lisa.  Raven was vacated at Pebble to reduce RNP cut through traffic.  The Ford vacation at Durango would help mitigate cut through traffic in the RNP. 

 

The Enterprise TAB Traffic Committee has discussed RNP traffic mitigation over the last year with the following conclusions.

 

·Entry into the RNPs should be through and along collectors and arterials.

·Within the RNP rural standards be used for collectors and arterials

·Where the arterial traffic requires more than 32 ft. of pavement, provide a center line island that restricts left turns on to local roads.

·Left turns for the arterials into and out of the RNP only at collectors

·Provide choke down to rural standards prior to the RNP boarder

·Local roads entering the RNP from an arterial be vacated where possible

·Local roads to be used to help buffer the boarder of the RNP

·Local roads within the not be vacated to help distribute traffic

·Local road vacations should be denied until the neighborhood development reaches 60% or greater.

 

If ford is not vacated, the choke down to rural road standards should begin after the crash gate on Ford.

 

The TAB has consistently recommended street lighting be fully shielded.  This helps produce an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood while maintaining a safe lighting level.

 

27.    UC-0818-13 – RENAISSANCE BLUE DIAMOND, LLC:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

USE PERMITS for the following: 

 

1) Vehicle maintenance;

2) Vehicle repair; and

3) Vehicle paint/body shop.

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 

 

1) Allow existing service bay doors to face a public street (Blue Diamond Road) in conjunction with a vehicle maintenance, repair, and paint/body shop facility;

2) Permit a vehicle paint/body shop that is not an accessory use to a vehicle sales facility;

3) Permit a non-decorative metal structure;

4) Permit a structure with a flat roof and no parapet wall; and

5) Allow unscreened mechanical equipment

 

on 1.9 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone in a MUD-3 Overlay District.  Generally located on the north side Blue Diamond Road, 320 feet west of Torrey Pines Drive within Enterprise.  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

The plans depict 2 existing buildings on the parcel. The site was approved for an automobile repair and service facility in 1999 and was later used as a sales facility for pools and spas. The applicant is requesting to re-establish vehicle maintenance and repair and add a vehicle paint and body shop to the site.  The development code in effect at the time this facility was constructed did not have a requirement for service bay doors to face away from a street. The Waiver of Development Standards #1 is required due to the changes in the code.  The other waivers are related to the new paint facility. The applicant will add a landscape buffer along the northern property line to help shield the new paint facility.

 

28.    UC-0820-13 – PETERS, EDWARD W. & MARY A.:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

USE PERMIT to allow accessory structures to exceed one-half the footprint of the principal structure 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 southeast corner of Landberg Avenue and Belcastro Street within Enterprise.  SB/mk/ml (For possible action)

 

29.    VS-0829-13 – HARMONY MESA VERDE I, LLC:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

VACATE AND ABANDON portion of a right-of-way being Decatur Boulevard located between Mesa Verde Lane and Moberly Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/bk/ml  (For possible action)

 

30.    VS-0843-14 – KINERET, LLC:

         APPROVED per staff conditions: and,

ADD Public Works conditions:

·All pole mounted street lights to be fully shielded.

·Vacate Ford Ave from Durango to Lisa Lane.

CHANGE Public Works – Development review Bullet # 2 to Read:

·      30 feet for Lisa Lane and associated spandrel;

 

VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Ford Avenue and Pebble Road, and between Durango Drive and Lisa Lane, and portions of rights-of-way being Durango Drive located between Ford Avenue and Pebble Road and an unnamed street located between Ford Avenue and Pebble Road within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

The dedication of Lisa is required for RNP buffer and internal traffic flow.  Lisa is a boarder to the RNP and should develop to rural roads standards. 

 

The other traffic mitigation discussed is the vacation of Ford from Durango to Lisa.  Raven was vacated at Pebble to reduce RNP cut through traffic.  The Ford vacation at Durango would help mitigate cut through traffic in the RNP. 

 

The Enterprise TAB Traffic Committee has discussed RNP traffic mitigation over the last year with the following conclusions.

 

·Entry into the RNPs should be through and along collectors and arterials.

·Within the RNP rural standards be used for collectors and arterials

·Where the arterial traffic requires more than 32 ft. of pavement, provide a center line island that restricts left turns on to local roads.

·Left turns for the arterials into and out of the RNP only at collectors

·Provide choke down to rural standards prior to the RNP boarder

·Local roads entering the RNP from an arterial be vacated where possible

·Local roads to be used to help buffer the boarder of the RNP

·Local roads within the not be vacated to help distribute traffic

·Local road vacations should be denied until the neighborhood development reaches 60% or greater.

 

If ford is not vacated, the choke down to rural road standards should begin after the crash gate on Ford.

 

The TAB has consistently recommended street lighting be fully shielded.  This helps produce an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood while maintaining a safe lighting level.

 

31.    VS-0845-13 - DRB HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL:

         HELD by the applicant to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting

 

VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Badura Avenue and Capovilla Avenue (alignment), and between Redwood Street and Rainbow Boulevard, and a portion of right-of-way being Badura Avenue located between Redwood Street and Rainbow Boulevard, and a portion of Arby Avenue located between Redwood Street and Rainbow Boulevard within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

32.    WS-0837-13 – U.S.A.:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for modified street improvements in accordance with Clark County’s Uniform Standard Drawings in conjunction with an approved single family residential development on a 14.8 acre portion of a 70.0 acre parcel in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.  Generally located between Shelbourne Avenue and Camero Avenue, 350 feet east of Buffalo Drive within Enterprise.  SB/dg/ml  (For possible action)

 

02/05/14 BCC

 

33.    DR-0621-12 (ET-0125-13) – BLM, USA, AND CLARK COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION:

         HELD by the applicant to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting

 

DESIGN REVIEW FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for a public park and all associated uses including but not limited to, soccer fields, basketball courts, restrooms, shade structures, and playground equipment on a 10.0 acre portion of an 80.3 acre site in a P-F (Public Facility) Zone.  Generally located on the south side of Starr Hills Avenue and the east side of Decatur Boulevard within Enterprise.  SB/jvm/ml  (For possible action)

 

34.    VS-0516-11 (ET-0131-13) - DAVIS FAMILY TRUST 1993, ET AL:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

VACATE AND ABANDON FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for easements of interest to Clark County located between Levi Avenue (alignment) and Irvin Avenue (alignment), and between Las Vegas Boulevard South and Giles Street, and portions of right-of-way being Levi Avenue located between Las Vegas Boulevard South and Giles Street, and Giles Street located between Levi Avenue (alignment) and Irvin Avenue (alignment) in an H-2 (General Highway Frontage) Zone under resolution of intent to H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) Zone and C-P (Office & Professional) Zone in the MUD-1 and MUD-4 Overlay Districts within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/jt/ml (For possible action)

 

35.    ZC-0336-09 (ET-0133-13) - ROCKY-G LIVING TRUST, ET AL:

APPROVED per staff conditions: and,

CHANGE Current Planning bullet #1 to read:

·   Until June 17, 2015 to complete.

 

ZONE CHANGE FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME to reclassify 7.7 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to C-2 (General Commercial) Zone in the MUD-3 Overlay District.  Generally located on the northeast corner of Dean Martin Drive and Agate Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/jt/ml  (For possible action)

 

This area has not developed in to a commercial area since the last land use plan.  It has remained residential.  This project has had five years with no progress.  The TAB opinion is a shorter extension is appropriate.

 

36.    TM-0230-13 - USA:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

TENTATIVE MAP consisting of 8 single family residential lots and common lots on a 5.0 acre portion of a 70.0 acre parcel in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located on the north side of Wigwam Avenue, 660 feet east of Buffalo Drive within Enterprise.  sb/pb/ml  (For possible action)

 

Excellent addition to the RNP.  The development continues the open development pattern already established in the neighborhood.

 

37.    UC-0834-13 – LEWIS INVESTMENT CO NV, LLC:

DENIED per staff recommendation.

ADD Current Planning "If Approved" conditions:

·      Design review as a public hearing for significant changes to plans.

·      Design review for signage and lighting as a public hearing.

 

USE PERMITS for the following:

 

1) Reduce the setback for a convenience store and gasoline station from a residential use;

2) Reduce the setback for a vehicle wash from a residential use; Withdrawn by applicant

3) Reduce the setback for vehicle maintenance from a residential use; and Withdrawn by applicant

4) Reduce the setback for outside dining from a residential use.

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Reduce the minimum street landscaping width along Silverado Ranch Boulevard;

2) Reduce the minimum street landscaping width along Bermuda Road; and

3) Allow talk boxes not set back behind a building or oriented away from adjacent residential development for drive-thru windows.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a shopping center on 6.6 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone.  Generally located on the northwest corner of Silverado Ranch Boulevard and Bermuda Road within Enterprise.  SS/jt/ml  (For possible action)

 

The TAB opinion is this site is no longer suitable for Commercial General uses.  The Title 30 Commercial General standard is 10 acres or greater.  This site is down to 6.6 acres. Originally this site consisted of 40 acres planned for commercial general.  The land owners have elected to sell of most of the land reducing the land available for commercial activities.  The L shape parcel that remains commercial is not deep enough to support the setbacks required from residential.

 

The TAB view is land owner has created the conditions where the Title 30 standards for many Commercial General uses cannot be accommodated.  It is a self-imposed hardship.  The application should be denied.

 

The TAB added two if approved conditions.  Lighting and signage were not cover in the application and any change to plans should be a public hearing.  There are potential deleterious effects on the adjacent residential that need to be reviewed before any intense commercial is permitted on this property

 

38.    ZC-0261-12 (WC-0132-13) – WALMART REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TRUST:

         APPROVED per staff “If Approved” conditions

 

WAIVER OF CONDITIONS of a zone change requiring construction of full off-site improvements in conjunction with a large scale retail building (Walmart) on 16.8 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) P-C (Planned Community Overlay District) Zone in the Mountain’s Edge Master Planned Community.  Generally located on the south side of Blue Diamond Road and the west side of Rainbow Boulevard within Enterprise.  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action)

 

The staff recommendation is denial. The TAB does not agree with staff analysis or recommendation. The staff analysis only covers one of three Walmart request concerning reimbursement.  The other two requests would allow Walmart to begin construction.  Three requests are:

 

·   Walmart will immediately construct half street improvements and related civil infrastructure for its frontage along Blue Diamond Road and South Rainbow Boulevard at their own expense in order to expedite construction of the retail center.

·   Walmart will design and build, at their own expense, temporary transitions from its improvements to the existing roadways and related improvements

·   Walmart requests a refund or reimbursement of the expense for the improvements mentioned above, at such time when the Special Improvement District (SID) for the improvements to Blue Diamond Road and/or South Rainbow Boulevard at this location.

 

         Walmart desires to begin construct but cannot do so if the off-sites are not in place.  The county prefers Walmart wait for the County to make the improvement to Rainbow, at least three years out.  This period is too long for Walmart plans.  In addition, Walmart has contributed to $300,000 to SID 142, which is supposed to pay for the road improvements around Walmart project.

 

The TAB recommendation is Walmart should be allowed to proceed with their off-site improvements and be reimbursed for off-sites improvements that were included in SID 142.

 

39.    WS-0812-13 – USA:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Allow a proposed single family residential lot to have direct access onto a collector street (Wigwam Avenue); and

2) Off-site improvements.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential development on a 5.0 acre portion of a 70.0 acre parcel in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located on the north side of Wigwam Avenue, 660 feet east of Buffalo Drive within Enterprise.  sb/pb/ml  (For possible action)

 

This project is an excellent addition to the RNP.  The development continues the open development pattern already established in the neighborhood.  The one property that accesses a Wigwam is planned with a circular driveway, this consistent with other properties along Wigwam.

 

Wigwam in this area is current developed a rural road.  The rural road development along Wigwam should be continued until such time traffic volume requires additional pavement.

 

40.    ZC-0841-13 – NEVADA SENIOR HOLDINGS, LLC:

         HELD by the applicant to the January 29, 2014 TAB meeting

 

ZONE CHANGE to reclassify a 0.3 acre portion of 5.2 acre parcel from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to C-2 (Commercial General) Zone in the MUD-4 Overlay District

 

USE PERMIT for a congregate care facility

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a congregate care facility on a 3.2 acre portion of a 5.2 acre parcel in a C-2 (Commercial General) Zone in the MUD-4 Overlay District.  Generally located on the north side of Jeffreys Street/Ione Road, 500 feet west of Eastern Avenue within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/mk/ml (For possible action)

 

1/22/14 BCC

 

41.    VS-0661-13 - PHANTOM GROUP, LLC:

         APPROVED per staff conditions

 

VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between the 215 Beltway and Maule Avenue, and between Schirlls Street (alignment) and Hinson Street within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/mk/ml  (For possible action)

 

(Held over from the October 30, 2013 TAB meeting per applicant request - 1st hold request - not previously heard.)

(Held over from the November 13, 2013 TAB meeting per applicant request - 2nd hold request - not previously heard.)

(Held over from the December 11, 2013 TAB meeting per applicant request - 3rd hold request - not previously heard.)

 

42.    WS-0662-13 – PHANTOM GROUP, LLC:

         APPROVE Waiver of Development Standards #1 for lot #10 only;

APPROVE Waiver of Development Standards #2, 3, & 4;

APPROVE Design Review for subdivision map;

Per staff "If Approved" conditions;

ADD Current Planning conditions:

     Architectural design review for the houses;

     Single story houses only;

Motion Passed:

 

WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following:

 

1) Reduced lot size;

2) Reduced street intersection off-set;

3) Waive off-site improvements (curb, gutter, sidewalk, streetlights, and reduced paving); and

4) Allow non-through street improvements in conjunction with a proposed single family residential subdivision.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for a single family residential subdivision on 12.5 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone and an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) (AE-60) Zone.  Generally located on the west side of Hinson Street and the north and south sides of Pamalyn Avenue (alignment) within Enterprise.  SS/mk/ml  (For possible action)

 

·   Held over from the October 30, 2013 TAB meeting per applicant request - 1st hold request - not previously heard.

·   Held over from the November 13, 2013 TAB meeting per applicant request - 2nd hold request - not previously heard.

·   Held over from the December 11, 2013 TAB meeting per applicant request - 3rd hold request - not previously heard.

 

The neighborhood meeting was held by DR Horton when this project was first proposed.  Approximately 25 people attended this meeting.  After hearing the DR Horton presentation, the neighbors had no objections.  The project layout has not changed since that meeting.

 

This project has been delayed because two developers have back out over the last year.  The property owner is proceeding with the project.  The architectural renderings are not available at this time.  The TAB elected to recommend approval of the sub-division design and a public hearing for the architectural design at a later date.

 

The TAB opinion is one lot 365 ft. below the 20,000 standard is not sufficient reason to deny the application.

 

A drive along Maule revealed, the only section of Maule that is full developed is the north side adjacent to the water reservoir.  The south side is developed to rural standards.  There are no other offsites developed in the area.  The full off-sites around the reservoir is out of place for the area and seems to be an expense the water authority did not need to make.  Public Works analysis does not reflect the actual road construction in the area.   

 

Only full off-sites in the area are around the water reservoir which does not reflect how the area is developed..  The TAB opinion is the rural road standard is throughout the area and should be continued.

 

Maule in this area is not a true collector.  It is shown as a collector from Arville to Valley View on the Master Transportation Map.   It is blocked in the west by the UPRR tracks and in the east by 215/I-15 interchange.  It is not likely that Maule would bridge either of these obstacles.  Maule should be downgraded to a local street on the Master Transportation Map along with Arville north of Warm Springs.

 

01/21/14 PC

 

43.    WS-0726-13 – GRAFIADA, ENRIQUE & KAMI:

         DENIED per staff recommendations

 

HOLDOVER WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 

 

1) Increase accessory structure height; and

2) Reduce the separation between buildings and structures in conjunction with an existing single family residence on 2.2 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone.

 

DESIGN REVIEW for an accessory structure (tower).  Generally located on the west side of Gilespie Street, 300 feet north of Pyle Avenue within Enterprise.  SS/al/ml  (For possible action)

 

·   Returned to the TAB by Planning Commission action.  Previously DENIED by the TAB at the December 11, 2013 TAB meeting.  Applicant did not appear.

 

The TAB elected to hear this item because it was generated by CCPRO complaint and the PC may hear the application on January 22, 2014. 

 

BV-1948-13 is an active case for the construction of the tower which was filed in February 2013 and is pending the outcome of this application.

 

The applicant stated that the area residents are no longer opposed to the tower.  However, no documentation was presented to back up this position.  Also, stated is tower engineering specification have been determined to be sound, again no documentation presented.

 

The TAB recommendation is based upon the following:

·   The tower was constructed without land use wavier or building permits.

·   It is not similar to any other structure in the area

·   It is does not comply with the Title 30 height limit of 25 feet.

·   Had the correct land use process been followed the TAB would have had the input from surrounding neighbors who were notified of the project.

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS  NONE

 

NEXT MEETING DATE: January 29, 2014, 6:00 pm

 

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