The Zoning Agenda
items will be heard by the PC or
The PC decisions/recommendations may be appealed to the
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:
· 702-837-0255 (fax)
meeting re: Proposed conforming zone change from R-E to R-2 and tentative map
for property located at the southwest corner of
2. Open House / Discussion re: proposed boat & RV Storage Facility on Robindale Rd. / East of Railroad Tracks; Windmill Library, 7060 W. Windmill Rd., May 6th, 2015, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
1. VS-0226-15 – silverado promenade, llc:
per request of the applicant to the
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to increase the number of signs.
for signs (monument and freestanding) in conjunction with an existing shopping
center on 4.2 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) P-C (Planned Community
Overlay District) Zone in the Southern Highlands Master Planned Community. Generally located on the
southeast corner of Southern Highlands Parkway and
request of the applicant to the
3. ZC-0214-15 –
APPROVE Zone Change restricted to 14 units per acre;
APPROVE Use Permit restricted to 14 units per acre;
DENY Design Review;
Per staff conditions
USE PERMIT to allow multi-family development in an H-1 zone.
VARIANCE to increase building height.
REVIEW for a multi-family development within the Southern Highlands Master
Planned Community. Generally
located on the east side of Southern Highlands Parkway and the south side of
TAB members raised concerns that Southern Highlands Parkway south of Dean Martin has changed from commercial uses to low to high density residential without a corresponding upgrade of public facilities required to support that additional residents. An additional TAB concern is the applicant should pursue the change through the land use plan update process rather than the non-conforming zone change process and that the developer should follow the master plan or change the master plan.
The TAB considered the following:
· This is a non-conforming zone change.
· Other non-conforming zone changes in the area have the project density limited.
· The Southern Highlands Master Plan calls for residential medium uses (3-14 units/acre).
· This parcel’s land uses were not changed in the master plan when it was reviewed.
· The TAB has consistently recommend density be limited to the land use category max units/acre when higher densities have been requested.
· The applicant’s position is there will be little school impact due to one and two bedroom units provided.
· No new school sites have been set aside in the area.
· Property is currently split between two zone districts.
· The H-1 zone district residential component is a conditional use permit and as such can be conditioned for fewer units/acre.
· The project is an excellent design.
· Project design aspects are governed by Southern Highlands Master Plan criteria.
The TAB recommended the Zone Change and Use Permit be limited to 14 units/acre in line with other TAB non-conforming zone change recommendations in the area. Due to the lack of adequate public facilities in the area, the TAB has consistently recommended reduced project density use the current master plan as a guide. Another factor, previous TAB recommendations in the area were factored into the decision. The TAB consensus is area recommendations should be consistent for all applicants.
The TAB recommended the Design Review be denied because the reduced density would require the project to be redesigned.
4. DR-0210-15 – BARRACCO REALTY, LLC:
REVIEW to add a second floor to
an approved medical marijuana establishment (cultivation) in an existing
office/warehouse building on 0.6 acres in an M-1 (Light Manufacturing)
(AE-60) Zone. Generally
located on the south side of
APPROVE per staff conditions
5. ZC-0209-15 – N P SUNSET LINDELL, LLC:
DESIGN REVIEW for a
warehouse building and a distribution center.
Generally located on the east side of
request of the applicant to the May 13, 2015 TAB meeting and June 3, 2015
6. ZC-0216-15 – WARM SPRINGS LINDELL INVESTMENTS, LLC:
APPROVED per staff conditions as follows:
APPROVE Zone Change;
APPROVE Use Permits #1 & 2;
WITHDRAWN Waiver of Development Standards 1a is;
APPROVE Waiver of Development Standards 1b;
APPROVE Design Review;
ADD Current Planning condition:
· Design Review as a public hearing for significant changes to plan;
USE PERMITS for the following:
1) Convenience store; and
2) On-premises consumption of alcohol (tavern).
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to reduce the setback for commercial driveways from an intersection.
REVIEW for a commercial development consisting of a convenience store,
vehicle wash, gasoline station, and on-premises consumption of alcohol (tavern). Generally located on the
northwest corner of
This is a well-designed project. The use permits are appropriate for the location. The applicant will provide services that are not currently available in the area.
The TAB considered the following:
· Waiver of Development Standards 1a was withdrawn.
· The lighting is compliant with Title 30 and is fully shielded LED lighting.
· Cross access is provided.
The TAB recommended a Design Review for significant changes to the plans presented.
7. ZC-0176-15 – R & S ST. ROSE, LLC:
APPROVED per staff conditions and,
ADD Current Planning conditions:
· Design Review as a public hearing for lighting and signage;
· Design Review as a public hearing for significant changes to plans;
USE PERMIT for increased building height.
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to reduce parking in conjunction with a commercial development.
REVIEW for a commercial development (hotel and a restaurant pad site). Generally located on the
north side of
The property has had many proposed uses. The zone district has changed several times since 2005. The TAB considered the following:
· The underlying land use is Commercial General.
· The adjacent R-4 project is an intense land use
· The project is well designed.
· Complies with St. Rose Parkway Trail Design Guidelines.
· The applicant’s estimate for patron arrival mode may not be accurate for this site.
· The type of business for the undeveloped pad will effect over or under parking.
· The reduction of 4 parking spaces will not significantly affect parking.
· Lighting and signage were not included in the Design Review.
· The number of plan and zone changes on this site.
The TAB recommended two additional conditions. First, a Design Review for lighting and signage that was not covered in the current application. Second, a Design Review for significant changes to plans. This is due to the large number of changes that have occurred on this property since 2005.
The TAB normally does not recommend C-2 zone district on property less than 10 acres. This property is an exception because of the uses that surround it and the previous applicant's intentions to develop a section of the property for commercial use. It is interesting to note, the original zone district was Urban Village U-V which changed to high density residential project. Now the commercial element has been added. The property is now configured very similar to the U-V originally proposed. This raises the questions of how effect is the U-V zone district as a guide for development and should it be removed from Title 30.
Arden Rail Business Park Overlay Concept for discussion and recommendation to Board of County commissioners. (For possible action)
Dave Chestnut to prepare summary and letter to Board of County Commissioners for review at next TAB meeting.
No discussion, action, or vote may be taken upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been specifically included on a future agenda. Comments will be limited to three minutes. Please step to the front of the room to address the Board, clearly state your name and address and please spell your last name for the record. If any member of the Board wishes to extend the length of a presentation this will be done by the Chair or the Board by majority vote.
The results for ORD-0252-15 (Title 30 changes) were distributed to TAB members with the following comments by one TAB member: