January 28, 2015


The Zoning Agenda items will be heard by the PC or BCC on the dates indicated in each application:


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)


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






1.  Approve the Minutes for the meeting held on January 14, 2015.  APPROVED


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

1. Items on the agenda may be taken out of order.

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

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






1.      VS-0986-14 – DJURISIC, DRAGON: 

         APPROVED Per Staff conditions


VACATE AND ABANDON a portion of right-of-way being Pebble Road located between El Camino Road and Bronco Street within Enterprise (description on file).  SB/co/ml  (For possible action) 02/03/15 PC



Enterprise TAB January 14, 2015: HELD to the January 28, 2015 TAB meeting per request of the applicant: (previously heard)


Public Works provided the following information:


“The applicant was in discussion with us over the off-sites. One of the biggest issues was the hydrology. Pebble is planned for a future regional underground facility, but that is future. This applicant was having a hard time making the hydrology meet criteria for this site with constructing full off-sites, simply too much water without the regional facility to help out (currently the wide unimproved shoulders of Pebble Road help with the flows).


This led us to further discussions on this area which led to the idea that Pebble will never directly connect to Jones and will always have some kind of jog in the road to connect to Jones and this is also the east end of Pebble in this area, so we should probably start necking down the right-of-way. Now that we know that the north leg of the Jones/Blue Diamond overpass is going to be built around 2017 and that will never allow the Pebble alignment to reach Jones because Jones will already be elevated in that area for the Blue Diamond connection.


So vacating Pebble from a 100’ r/w to a 80’ r/w from Torrey Pines to Jones made logical sense from a traffic standpoint and allowed the applicant to use the extra 10’ to create a larger drainage channel on his property to meet criteria. Public Works is putting together a global amendment to the Transportation Element to address issues of this nature and we would add this portion of Pebble to it.”


Had this information been available to the TAB, the first TAB hearing the Hold would not have been necessary.


2.      UC-1006-14 – MARSALA, THOMAS:

APPROVED Per Staff conditions and,

ADD a Current Planning condition:

·   Require stucco-like coating on outside of structure within 6 months of Certificate of Occupancy issue.

USE PERMIT to allow a proposed accessory structure (metal building) that is not architecturally compatible with the principal building (an existing single family residence).


WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to reduce roof pitch for a proposed accessory structure (metal building) in conjunction with a single family residence on 1.2 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located on the east side of Rogers Street, 140 feet south of Mardon Avenue within Enterprise.  SS/jt/ml  (For possible action) 02/17/15 PC


There was neighborhood concern that the metal building would not blend into the rural neighborhood.  One staff condition requires additional landscaping to break up the building look.  Another requires the color to match the residence. 


The TAB has consistently recommended metal building sidewalls be coated with stucco like material to better match the primary residence and blend into the neighborhood.  The applicant is willing to apply stucco like coating to the metal building.


3.      UC-0002-15 – ARKEMA, JOSEPH G. & TERESA ANN:

APPROVED Per Staff conditions

ADD Current Planning conditions:

·   No boarding;

·   No additional large animals to be stabled on the property;

·   All pole mounted lighting to be fully shielded;

·   Maintain Department of Air Quality approved dust control dust control;

·   Cannot bring new large animals on the property until dropping under the limit of five;


USE PERMITS for the following:


1) Increase the number of horses; and

2) Reduce the pasture/turnout area


In conjunction with a single family residence on 1.2 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located on the south side of Shelbourne Avenue, 135 feet west of Placid Street within Enterprise.  ss/pb/ml  (For possible action) 02/17/15 PC


The TAB opinion is the applicant is allowed 5 large animals.  The staff agenda sheet describes the applicant’s property as 1.2 acres.  This converts to approximately 52,200 sq. ft. which would allow five large animals.


The TAB considered the following:

·   This location has housed more than 5 horses for many years.

·   At least three horses are rescue animals.

·   Animal Control found that the property can house the number of animals and as long as the owner continues with maintenance on the stalls, there should not be any issues.

·   There is a lack of suitable stable space to place any horse removed from the property.

·   Neighbors were concerned with dust and lighting.

·   Some nearby neighbors were not aware that 13 large and 2 small animals are currently on the property.

·   The property is well maintained.


The TAB position is to allow the current number of large animals with the following conditions.

·   As a large animal departs the property it cannot be replaced.

·   Once the number is reduced to five large animals, additional animals may be added as long as the number does not exceed 5 large animals.


This is consistent with previous TAB decisions on properties with more than the allowed number large animals.  Over time this will bring the property into compliance with Title 30 while insuring the horses are well cared for.


The TAB added the requirement that all pole mounted lighting be shielded.  This was based upon the comments by neighbors.  The applicant offered to have the lights off by 10pm.  The TAB felt the shielding the pole mounted lighting would resolve the problem.


4.      VS-1001-14 – MATTEO’S, LLC:

APPROVED Per Staff conditions

VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Warm Springs Road and Capovilla Avenue (alignment), and between Las Vegas Boulevard South and Windy Street within Enterprise (description on file).  SS/jvm/ml  (For possible action) 02/17/15 PC



APPROVED Per Staff conditions



1) Allow alternative screening (decorative block wall) in the front yard; and

2) Reduce the setback from a right-of-way


In conjunction with an approved single family residential development on 1.3 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone.  Generally located on the south side of Ford Avenue, 200 feet west of Cameron Street (alignment) within Enterprise.  SB/gc/ml  (For possible action) 02/17/15 PC



APPROVED Per Staff conditions



1) Allow alternative screening (decorative block wall) in the front yard; and

2) Reduce the setback from a right-of-way


For an approved single family residential development on a portion of 1.3 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone in the MUD-3 Overlay District.  Generally located on the north side of Pebble Road, 350 feet east of Decatur Boulevard within Enterprise.  SB/rk/ml  (For possible action) 02/17/15 PC


7.      WS-1013-14 – DROF, LLC:

HELD until the February 11, 2015 TAB meeting with the applicant’s agreement.




1) Increased wall height; and

2) Allow alternative landscaping within the front yard when fronting a collector street (Robindale Road)


In conjunction with an existing single family residence on 1.4 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.  Generally located on the northeast corner of Robindale Road and Fairfield Avenue within Enterprise.  SS/gc/ml  (For possible action) 02/17/15 PC


TAB questions about Title 30 requirements could not be answered.




1.      Approve yearly meeting calendar (For possible action).

   APPROVED with the following changes:

November 11, 2015 meeting moved to November 12, 2015

November 25, 2015 meeting is canceled.  Applications scheduled for that night will be heard on December 9, 2015 TAB meeting.  See attached schedule.


2.   Introduce By-Laws for discussion to review or revise (For possible action).

CONTINUED to February 11, 2015 TAB meeting.




·  Will the Enterprise TAB Committee on Traffic Mitigation in RNP's be continuing and is the committee open to new members?

·  Lindell/Warm Springs intersection has become increasely hazardous and needs better traffic control.  The TAB liaison stated that there is a traffic light planned for Lindell that is being currently worked on by SWITCH.


NEXT MEETING DATE: February 11, 2015, 6:00 pm



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