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PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA

COUNCIL CHAMBERS 495 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONE 229-6011


CITY OF LAS VEGAS INTERNET ADDRESS: www.lasvegasnevada.gov

LAS VEGAS CITY COUNCIL COMMISSIONERS

Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, (At-Large) Trinity Haven Schlottman, Chair


Mayor Pro-Tem Steven D. Ross, (Ward 6) Sam Cherry, Vice Chair
Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian, (Ward 1) Vicki Quinn
Councilman Ricki Y. Barlow (Ward 5) Todd L. Moody
Councilman Stavros S. Anthony, (Ward 4) Glenn Trowbridge
Councilman Bob Coffin, (Ward 3) Cedric Crear
Councilman Bob Beers, (Ward 2) Donna Toussaint
City Manager Elizabeth N. Fretwell

Facilities are provided throughout City Hall for convenience of persons with disabilities. For meetings held in the
Council Chambers, sound equipment is available for persons with hearing impairments. Reasonable efforts will be
made to assist and accommodate persons with disabilities or impairments. If you need an accommodation to
attend and participate in this meeting, please call the DEPARTMENT DESIGNEE at 702-229-6301 and
advise of your need at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting. Dial 7-1-1 for Relay Nevada.

May 9, 2017
6:00 PM
ITEMS MAY BE TAKEN OUT OF THE ORDER PRESENTED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE CHAIRPERSON. TWO OR
MORE AGENDA ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION MAY BE COMBINED; AND ANY ITEM ON THE AGENDA MAY BE
REMOVED OR RELATED DISCUSSION MAY BE DELAYED AT ANY TIME. BACKUP MATERIAL FOR THIS AGENDA
MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MILAGROS ESCUIN, DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING, 333 NORTH RANCHO DRIVE, 3RD
FLOOR, (702)-229-6301 OR ON THE CITYS WEBPAGE AT www.lasvegasnevada.gov.

NOTICE: This meeting has been properly noticed and posted at the following locations:

City Hall, 495 South Main Street, 1st Floor


Clark County Government Center, 500 South Grand Central Parkway
Grant Sawyer Building, 555 East Washington Avenue
City of Las Vegas Development Services Center, 333 North Rancho Drive

ACTIONS: ALL ACTIONS EXCEPT GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENTS, REZONINGS AND RELATED CASES
THERETO ARE FINAL UNLESS AN APPEAL IS FILED BY THE APPLICANT OR AN
AGGRIEVED PERSON, OR A REVIEW IS REQUESTED BY A MEMBER OF THE CITY
COUNCIL WITHIN TEN DAYS AND PAYMENT OF THOSE COSTS SHALL BE MADE UPON
FILING OF THE APPLICATION.

ANY ITEM LISTED IN THIS AGENDA MAY BE TAKEN OUT OF ORDER IF SO REQUESTED
BY THE APPLICANT, STAFF, OR A MEMBER OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND
AGREED TO BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION. THE PLANNING COMMISSION MAY
IMPOSE TIME LIMITATIONS, AS NECESSARY, ON THOSE PERSONS WISHING TO BE
HEARD ON ANY AGENDAED ITEM.
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PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING RULES OF CONDUCT:

1. Staff will present each item to the Commission in order as shown on the agenda, along with a recommendation and
suggested conditions of approval, if appropriate.

2. The applicant is asked to be at the public microphone during the staff presentation. When the staff presentation is
complete, the applicant should state his name and address, and indicate whether or not he accepts staffs conditions of
approval.

3. If areas of concern are known in advance, or if the applicant does not accept staffs condition, the applicant or his
representative is invited to make a brief presentation of his item with emphasis on any items of concern.

4. Persons other than the applicant who support the request are invited to make brief statements after the applicant. If
more than one supporter is present, comments should not be repetitive. A representative is welcome to speak and
indicate that he speaks for others in the audience who share his view.

5. Objectors to the item will be heard after the applicant and any other supporters. All who wish to speak will be heard,
but in the interest of time it is suggested that representatives be selected who can summarize the views of any groups
of interested parties.

6. After all objectors input has been received; the applicant will be invited to respond to any new issues raised.

7. Following the applicants response, the public hearing will be closed; Commissioners will discuss the item amongst
themselves, ask any questions they feel are appropriate, and proceed to a motion and decision on the matter.

8. Letters, petitions, photographs and other submissions to the Commission will be retained for the record. Large maps,
models and other materials may be displayed to the Commission from the microphone area, but need not be handed in
for the record unless requested by the Commission.

As a courtesy, we would ask those not speaking to be seated and not interrupt the speaker or the Commission. We appreciate
your courtesy and hope you will help us make your visit with the Commission a good and fair experience.

BUSINESS ITEMS:
1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ANNOUNCEMENT: COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW

3. ROLL CALL

4. PUBLIC COMMENT DURING THIS PORTION OF THE AGENDA MUST BE LIMITED TO MATTERS ON THE
AGENDA FOR ACTION. IF YOU WISH TO BE HEARD, COME TO THE PODIUM AND GIVE YOUR NAME FOR
THE RECORD. THE AMOUNT OF DISCUSSION, AS WELL AS THE AMOUNT OF TIME ANY SINGLE
SPEAKER IS ALLOWED, MAY BE LIMITED

5. FOR POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL MINUTES FOR THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING
OF APRIL 11, 2017.

6. FOR POSSIBLE ACTION - Any Items from the Planning Commission, staff and/or the applicant wish to be stricken or
held in abeyance to a future meeting may be brought forward and acted upon at this time.

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CONSENT ITEMS:
CONSENT ITEMS ARE CONSIDERED ROUTINE BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND MAY BE ENACTED BY ONE
MOTION. HOWEVER, ANY ITEM MAY BE DISCUSSED IF A COMMISSION MEMBER OR APPLICANT SO DESIRES.

7. EOT-69458 - EXTENSION OF TIME - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - APPLICANT/OWNER:


DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC - For possible action on a request for an Extension of Time of an approved Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-52726) FOR A TEMPORARY PARKING LOT AND WAIVER OF THE
DOWNTOWN CENTENNIAL PLAN PARKING LOT SCREENING FENCE STANDARD on 2.76 acres at 200 South
3rd Street (APN 139-34-210-047), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-69393]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

8. EOT-69503 - EXTENSION OF TIME - VARIANCE - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN


HOMES OF NEVADA, INC. - For possible action on a request for an Extension of Time of an approved Variance
(VAR-58475) TO ALLOW A 16-FOOT FRONT YARD SETBACK WHERE 25 FEET IS REQUIRED on 0.48 acres at
6820 Velvet Snow Street (APN 125-19-210-062), R-D (Single Family Residential-Restricted) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross). Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

9. EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER: SENIOR NEVADA


BENEFIT GROUP, LP - For possible action on a request for an Extension of Time of an approved Special Use Permit
(SUP-58539) FOR A PROPOSED MOTOR VEHICLE SALES (USED) USE WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW 18,295
SQUARE FEET OF AREA DEDICATED TO THE USE WHERE 25,000 SQUARE FEET IS THE MINIMUM
REQUIRED at 2600 Fremont Street (APN 162-01-103-001), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin). Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

10. EOT-69529 - EXTENSION OF TIME - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER: SENIOR NEVADA
BENEFIT GROUP, LP - For possible action on a request for an Extension of Time of an approved Site Development
Plan Review (SDR-58540) FOR A PROPOSED MOTOR VEHICLE SALES (USED) WITH WAIVERS TO ALLOW A
SEVEN-FOOT WIDE LANDSCAPE BUFFER ALONG THE EAST PROPERTY LINE AND A FIVE-FOOT WIDE
LANDSCAPE BUFFER ALONG A PORTION OF THE WEST PROPERTY LINE WHERE 15 FEET IS REQUIRED
ADJACENT TO RIGHT-OF-WAY on 0.42 acres at 2600 Fremont Street (APN 162-01-103-001), C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin). Staff recommends APPROVAL.

11. TMP-69650 - TENTATIVE MAP - SACKLEY-DASILVA SUBDIVISION I - APPLICANT: DOUGLAS DASILVA


- OWNER: SACKLEY FAMILY TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A ONE-LOT
COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION on 1.10 acres at 700 and 720 North Main Street (APNs 139-27-707-004 and 005), C-M
(Commercial/Industrial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-69577]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

ONE MOTION - ONE VOTE


THE FOLLOWING ARE ITEMS THAT MAY BE CONSIDERED IN ONE MOTION/ONE VOTE. THEY ARE CONSIDERED
ROUTINE NON-PUBLIC AND PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS. ALL PUBLIC HEARINGS AND NON-PUBLIC HEARINGS
WILL BE OPENED AT ONE TIME. ANY PERSON REPRESENTING AN APPLICATION OR A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC
OR A MEMBER OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION NOT IN AGREEMENT WITH THE CONDITIONS AND ALL
STANDARD CONDITIONS FOR THE APPLICATION RECOMMENDED BY STAFF, SHOULD REQUEST TO HAVE
THAT ITEM REMOVED FROM THIS PART OF THE AGENDA.

12. ABEYANCE - SDR-68470 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT - POB
LAS VEGAS, LLC - OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan
Review FOR A PROPOSED SINGLE-STORY, 34,782 SQUARE-FOOT SHOPPING CENTER on 3.48 acres at 300
North Casino Center Boulevard and 350 Stewart Avenue (APNs 139-34-501-004 and 008), C-2 (General Commercial)
Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-68139]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

13. SUP-69613 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SRINIVASA, LLC - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 88-UNIT ASSISTED LIVING APARTMENTS
USE on 0.51 acres at 100 South 14th Street (APN 139-35-303-001), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin)
[PRJ-69598]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

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14. SUP-69653 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: FOX RESTAURANT CONCEPTS -
OWNER: KRG RAMPART, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 5,518
SQUARE-FOOT RESTAURANT WITH ALCOHOL USE WITH 1,679 SQUARE FEET OF OUTDOOR SEATING
AREA at 1069 South Rampart Boulevard (APN 138-32-411-003), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 2 (Beers) [PRJ-
69599]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

15. SUP-69657 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: WILLIAM JACOBS - OWNER:
NORTH AMERICA 888 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT, LLP - For possible action on a request for a Special Use
Permit FOR A PROPOSED 5,974 SQUARE-FOOT RESTAURANT WITH ALCOHOL USE WITH A 1,174 SQUARE-
FOOT OUTDOOR SEATING AREA at 2800 West Sahara Avenue, Suite 5A (APN 162-05-811-002), C-1 (Limited
Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69528]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

16. MSP-69720 - MASTER SIGN PLAN - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: HIGHLAND INDUSTRIAL
PARK, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Master Sign Plan FOR A PROPOSED 70-FOOT TALL, 1,496
SQUARE-FOOT FREESTANDING CONSOLIDATED SIGN on 18.53 acres at the northwest corner of Edna Avenue and
Highland Drive (APNs Multiple), M (Industrial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69550]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS


17. ABEYANCE - GPA-68781 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: BRITIM
CONSTRUCTION - OWNER: MATLOCK HOLDINGS IV, LLC - For possible action on a request for a General
Plan Amendment FROM: R (RURAL DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) TO: M (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on
2.49 acres at 5097 Roberta Lane (APN 138-13-801-002), Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-68576]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

18. ABEYANCE - ZON-68782 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-68781 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:


BRITIM CONSTRUCTION - OWNER: MATLOCK HOLDINGS IV, LLC - For possible action on a request for a
Rezoning FROM: U (UNDEVELOPED) [R (RURAL DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) GENERAL PLAN DESIGNATION]
TO: R-3 (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 2.49 acres at 5097 Roberta Lane (APN 138-13-801-002), Ward 5
(Barlow) [PRJ-68576]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

19. ABEYANCE - SDR-68784 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO GPA-68781 AND ZON-
68782 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: BRITIM CONSTRUCTION - OWNER: MATLOCK HOLDINGS
IV, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 40-UNIT MULTI-
FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT on 2.49 acres at 5097 Roberta Lane (APN 138-13-801-002), U
(Undeveloped) Zone [R (Rural Density Residential) General Plan Designation] [PROPOSED: R-3 (Medium Density
Residential)], Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-68576]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

20. ABEYANCE - GPA-68886 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:


FDD INVESTMENTS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment FROM: M (MEDIUM
DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) TO: H (HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 0.89 acres on the northwest corner of
Charleston Boulevard and Shiloah Drive (APNs 140-31-401-038 through 040), Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-68884]. Staff
recommends DENIAL. NOTE: STAFF RECOMMENDATION HAS BEEN CHANGED TO APPROVAL.

21. ABEYANCE - ZON-68887 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-68886 - PUBLIC HEARING -


APPLICANT/OWNER: FDD INVESTMENTS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: R-2
(MEDIUM-LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) TO: R-3 (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 0.89 acres on the
northwest corner of Charleston Boulevard and Shiloah Drive (APNs 140-31-401-038 through 040), Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-
68884]. Staff recommends DENIAL. NOTE: STAFF RECOMMENDATION HAS BEEN CHANGED TO
APPROVAL.

22. SDR-68888 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVEIW RELATED TO GPA-68886 AND ZON-68887 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: FDD INVESTMENTS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 44-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT WITH A
WAIVER TO ALLOW A ZERO-FOOT LANDSCAPE BUFFER ALONG THE NORTH PROPERTY LINE WHERE 15
FEET IS REQUIRED AND A 10-FOOT LANDSCAPE BUFFER ALONG THE SOUTH PROPERTY LINE WHERE 15
FEET IS REQUIRED on 0.89 acres on the northwest corner of Charleston Boulevard and Shiloah Drive (APNs 140-31-
401-038 through 040), R-2 (Medium-Low Density Residential) Zone [PROPOSED: R-3 (Medium Density Residential)],
Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-68884]. Staff recommends DENIAL.
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23. ABEYANCE - GPA-69221 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
YING LUO - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment FROM: O (OFFICE) TO: SC (SERVICE
COMMERCIAL) on 0.18 acres at 607 South Decatur Boulevard (APN 139-31-310-051), Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-
69185]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

24. ABEYANCE - ZON-69222 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-69221 - PUBLIC HEARING -


APPLICANT/OWNER: YING LUO - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: P-R (PROFESSIONAL
OFFICE AND PARKING) TO: C-1 (LIMITED COMMERCIAL) on 0.18 acres at 607 South Decatur Boulevard (APN
139-31-310-051), Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69185]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

25. ABEYANCE - VAR-69223 - VARIANCE RELATED TO GPA-69221 AND ZON-69222 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: YING LUO - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A 78-FOOT LOT
WIDTH WHERE 100 FEET IS REQUIRED AND TO ALLOW A 14-FOOT REAR YARD SETBACK WHERE 20
FEET IS REQUIRED on 0.18 acres at 607 South Decatur Boulevard (APN 139-31-310-051), P-R (Professional Office
and Parking) Zone [PROPOSED: C-1 (Limited Commercial)], Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69185]. Staff recommends
DENIAL.

26. ABEYANCE - SDR-68686 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING -


APPLICANT/OWNER: MARKET STREET SUMMERLIN RE, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 60-BED CONVALESCENT CARE FACILITY/NURSING HOME
WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW A ZERO-FOOT PERIMETER LANDSCAPE BUFFER WHERE EIGHT FEET IS
REQUIRED ON THE NORTH PROPERTY LINE, A TWO-FOOT PERIMETER LANDSCAPE BUFFER WHERE
EIGHT FEET IS REQUIRED ON A PORTION OF THE WEST PROPERTY LINE, A SIX-FOOT PERIMETER
LANDSCAPE BUFFER WHERE EIGHT FEET IS REQUIRED ON THE EAST PROPERTY LINE, AND A 10-FOOT
PERIMETER LANDSCAPE BUFFER WHERE 15 FEET IS REQUIRED ON A PORTION OF THE SOUTH
PROPERTY LINE on 2.22 acres at 7540 Smoke Ranch Road (APN 138-15-402-002), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone,
Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-68685]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

27. ZON-69642 - REZONING - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DR HORTON, INC. - OWNER: PRE RANCHO
JONES, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: U (UNDEVELOPED) [ML (MEDIUM LOW
DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) GENERAL PLAN DESIGNATION] TO: R-SL (RESIDENTIAL SMALL LOT) on 29.22
acres located on the west side of Leon Avenue, 600 feet north of Alexander Road (APNs 138-01-401-001, 002 and 004),
Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-69605]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

28. WVR-69643 - WAIVER RELATED TO ZON-69642 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DR HORTON, INC. -
OWNER: PRE RANCHO JONES, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Waiver TO ALLOW NO INTERIOR
STREETLIGHTS AND NO STREETLIGHTS ALONG LEON AVENUE WHERE SUCH ARE REQUIRED FOR A
PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION on 29.22 acres located on the west side of Leon Avenue, 600 feet north of
Alexander Road (APNs 138-01-401-001, 002 and 004), U (Undeveloped) Zone [ML (Medium Low Density Residential)
General Plan Designation] [PROPOSED: R-SL (Residential Small Lot)], Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-69605]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

29. WVR-69644 - WAIVER RELATED TO ZON-69642 AND WVR-69643 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DR
HORTON, INC. - OWNER: PRE RANCHO JONES, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Waiver TO
ALLOW PRIVATE STREETS TO NOT BE DEVELOPED TO PUBLIC STREET STANDARDS BEHIND A GATE on
29.22 acres located on the west side of Leon Avenue, 600 feet north of Alexander Road (APNs 138-01-401-001, 002 and
004), U (Undeveloped) Zone [ML (Medium Low Density Residential) General Plan Designation] [PROPOSED: R-SL
(Residential Small Lot)], Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-69605]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

30. VAR-69645 - VARIANCE RELATED TO ZON-69642, WVR-69643 AND WVR-69644 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: DR HORTON, INC. - OWNER: PRE RANCHO JONES, LLC - For possible action on a request for a
Variance TO ALLOW NO REQUIRED LANDSCAPING IMPROVEMENTS WITHIN THE AMENITY ZONE WHERE
SUCH IS REQUIRED ALONG JONES BOULEVARD AND RANCHO DRIVE FOR A PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL
SUBDIVISION on 29.22 acres located on the west side of Leon Avenue, 600 feet north of Alexander Road (APNs 138-
01-401-001, 002 and 004), U (Undeveloped) Zone [ML (Medium Low Density Residential) General Plan Designation]
[PROPOSED: R-SL (Residential Small Lot)], Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-69605]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

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31. TMP-69646 - TENTATIVE MAP RELATED TO ZON-69642, WVR-69643, WVR-69644 AND VAR-69645 -
JONES HICKAM - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DR HORTON, INC. - OWNER: PRE RANCHO JONES,
LLC - For possible action on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A 176-LOT SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL
SUBDIVISION on 29.22 acres located on the west side of Leon Avenue, 600 feet north of Alexander Road (APNs 138-
01-401-001, 002 and 004), U (Undeveloped) Zone [ML (Medium Low Density Residential) General Plan Designation]
[PROPOSED: R-SL (Residential Small Lot)], Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-69605]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

32. MOD-69232 - MAJOR MODIFICATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: JOHN STALUPPI, JR. -
OWNER: NORTHWEST AUTOWORLD, LTD. - For possible action on a request for a Major Modification of the
Town Center Land Use Plan to Amend the Special Land Use Designation FROM: SC-TC (SERVICE COMMERCIAL -
TOWN CENTER) AND GC-TC (GENERAL COMMERCIAL - TOWN CENTER) TO: GC-TC (GENERAL
COMMERCIAL - TOWN CENTER) on 11.50 acres at 5850 Centennial Center Boulevard (APN 125-27-301-007), Ward
6 (Ross) [PRJ-68993]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

33. SDR-69233 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO MOD-69232 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: JOHN STALUPPI, JR. - OWNER: NORTHWEST AUTOWORLD, LTD. - For possible action on a
request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED THREE-STORY, 246,709 SQUARE-FOOT MOTOR
VEHICLE SALES (NEW) ESTABLISHMENT WITH A WAIVER OF TITLE 19.08 PERIMETER LANDSCAPE
BUFFER STANDARDS TO ALLOW FIVE-FOOT BUFFERS ON PORTIONS OF THE SOUTH AND EAST
PROPERTY LINES WHERE EIGHT FEET IS REQUIRED AND WAIVERS OF THE TOWN CENTER
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS TO ALLOW A THREE-STORY BUILDING WHERE TWO STORIES ARE
ALLOWED, A REDUCTION IN PARKING LOT LANDSCAPING AND A PARKING LOT IN FRONT OF THE
BUILDING WHERE PARKING IS ONLY ALLOWED ON THE SIDE OR REAR OF BUILDINGS on a 5.19-acre
portion of an 11.50-acre parcel at 5850 Centennial Center Boulevard (portion of APN 125-27-301-007), T-C (Town
Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation] [PROPOSED: GC-TC
(General Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Ross) [PRJ-68993]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

34. WVR-69608 - WAIVER - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: FARM & DURANGO INVESTORS,
LLC - For possible action on a request for a Waiver of the Town Center Development Standards TO ALLOW 36-INCH
BOX CHINESE PISTACHE SHADE TREES ALONG FARM ROAD WHERE 36-INCH BOX RIO GRANDE ASH
TREES ARE REQUIRED on 9.50 acres at 8451 Farm Road (APN 125-17-613-001), T-C (Town Center) Zone [GC-TC
(General Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Ross) [PRJ-69357]. Staff recommends
DENIAL.

35. ROC-69607 - REVIEW OF CONDITION RELATED TO WVR-69608 - PUBLIC HEARING -


APPLICANT/OWNER: FARM & DURANGO INVESTORS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Review of
Condition of an approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-61074) TO DELETE CONDITION #10(A), WHICH
STATES, "PROVIDE 36-INCH BOX RIO GRANDE ASH TREES WITHIN THE AMENITY ZONE ALONG FARM
ROAD AT 30-FOOT INTERVALS IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN CENTER DEVELOPMENT
STANDARDS MANUAL" on 9.50 acres at 8451 Farm Road (APN 125-17-613-001), T-C (Town Center) Zone [GC-TC
(General Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Ross) [PRJ-69357]. Staff recommends
DENIAL.

36. VAR-67949 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SAMARITAN HOUSE, INC. - For
possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW SIX PARKING SPACES WHERE 11 SPACES ARE
REQUIRED on 0.19 acres at the northeast corner of Adams Avenue and 4th Street (APN 139-27-603-014), C-V (Civic)
Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-67708]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

37. VAR-69804 - VARIANCE RELATED TO VAR-67949 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:


SAMARITAN HOUSE, INC. - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW THE BACKING OF A
MOTOR VEHICLE ONTO A PUBLIC STREET FROM A PARKING AREA WHERE SUCH IS NOT ALLOWED on
0.19 acres at the northeast corner of Adams Avenue and 4th Street (APN 139-27-603-014), C-V (Civic) Zone, Ward 5
(Barlow) [PRJ-67708]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

38. SDR-67950 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-67949 AND VAR-69804 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SAMARITAN HOUSE, INC. - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 3,060 SQUARE-FOOT BUILDING on 0.19 acres at the northeast corner
of Adams Avenue and 4th Street (APN 139-27-603-014), C-V (Civic) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-67708]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.
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39. VAR-69261 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ADKD HOLDINGS LLC - For possible
action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A RESIDENTIAL ADJACENCY SETBACK OF 20 FEET WHERE A
MINIMUM OF 54 FEET IS REQUIRED on 0.94 acres at 3991 Vegas Drive (APN 139-30-501-001), C-1 (Limited
Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-68932]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

40. VAR-69339 - VARIANCE RELATED TO VAR-69261 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ADKD


HOLDINGS LLC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW 38 PARKING SPACES WHERE 40
SPACES ARE REQUIRED FOR A BUILDING MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND SALES FACILITY on 0.94 acres at
3991 Vegas Drive (APN 139-30-501-001), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-68932]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

41. SDR-69262 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-69261 AND VAR-69339 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ADKD HOLDINGS LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A 11,780 SQUARE FOOT BUILDING MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND SALES
BUILDING on 0.94 acres at 3991 Vegas Drive (APN 139-30-501-001), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 5
(Barlow) [PRJ-68932]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

42. VAR-69662 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CHARLESTON ASSOCIATES, LLC,


ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW THREE PROPOSED 24-FOOT TALL
MONUMENT SIGNS WHERE 10 FEET IS ALLOWED; TO ALLOW ONE 383 SQUARE-FOOT AND TWO 208
SQUARE-FOOT MONUMENT SIGNS WHERE 75 SQUARE FEET PER SIGN IS ALLOWED; AND TO ALLOW AN
EIGHT-FOOT SEPARATION BETWEEN THREE PROPOSED MONUMENT SIGNS WHERE A MINIMUM
SEPARATION OF 100 FEET BETWEEN SIGNS IS REQUIRED on 72.55 acres at the northeast corner of Charleston
Boulevard and Rampart Boulevard (APNs Multiple), C-1 (Limited Commercial) and PD (Planned Development) Zones,
Ward 2 (Beers) [PRJ-69200]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

43. MSP-69663 - MASTER SIGN PLAN RELATED TO VAR-69662 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
CHARLESTON ASSOCIATES, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Master Sign Plan FOR AN
EXISTING SHOPPING CENTER on 72.55 acres at the northeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Rampart Boulevard
(APNs Multiple), C-1 (Limited Commercial) and PD (Planned Development) Zones, Ward 2 (Beers) [PRJ-69200]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

44. VAR-69298 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: VERONICA DELEON - For possible
action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW AN 11-FOOT REAR YARD SETBACK WHERE 15 FEET IS
REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING 400 SQUARE-FOOT ADDITION; TO ALLOW A 2.5-FOOT SIDE YARD
SETBACK WHERE FIVE FEET IS REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING ATTACHED CARPORT; AND TO ALLOW
THE ADDITION AND THE CARPORT TO NOT BE AESTHETICALLY COMPATIBLE WITH THE PRINCIPAL
DWELLING on 0.15 acres at 3228 Point Lobos Drive (APN 138-12-415-018), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone,
Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-68247]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

45. VAR-69638 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: WILLIAM ZUK - For possible action on
a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A 10-FOOT CORNER SIDE YARD SETBACK WHERE 15 FEET IS REQUIRED
AND A SIX-FOOT REAR YARD SETBACK WHERE 10 FEET IS REQUIRED FOR A PROPOSED ACCESSORY
STRUCTURE (CLASS II) [GARAGE] on 0.45 acres at 5951 North Bronco Street (APN 125-26-703-008), R-E
(Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) [PRJ-69446]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

46. VAR-69639 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CHABAD SOUTHERN NEVADA,


INC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW AN EIGHT-FOOT TALL WROUGHT IRON FENCE
IN THE FRONT YARD WHERE A MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF FIVE FEET IS ALLOWED on 3.03 acres at 1312 Vista
Drive (APN 162-06-501-004), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69138]. Staff recommends
DENIAL.

47. VAR-69654 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: JAMES L. LANGLAND AND


LUCILLE S. LANGLAND - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A FIVE-FOOT SIDE YARD
SETBACK AND A FIVE-FOOT REAR YARD SETBACK WHERE 10 FEET IS REQUIRED AND TO ALLOW A
FOUR-FOOT SEPARATION FROM A PRINCIPAL DWELLING WHERE SIX FEET IS REQUIRED FOR A
PROPOSED ACCESSORY STRUCTURE (CLASS II) [GARAGE] on 0.48 acres located at 6224 Newkirk Court (APN
125-26-110-017), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) [PRJ-69139]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

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48. SUP-69226 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: JAMES JR. AND
ELIZABETH F. BRACY - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED
CHURCH/HOUSE OF WORSHIP USE at 330 North 9th Street (APN 139-35-112-001), R-4 (High Density Residential)
Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-67965]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

49. SDR-69227 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-69226 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: JAMES JR. AND ELIZABETH F. BRACY - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR THE CONVERSION OF A MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENCE TO A PROPOSED 3,184
SQUARE-FOOT CHURCH/HOUSE OF WORSHIP on a 0.25 acres at 330 North 9th Street (APN 139-35-112-001), R-4
(High Density Residential) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-67965]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

50. SUP-69271 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: LAKES


CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED CHURCH/HOUSE OF WORSHIP USE at the northeast corner of El Parque Avenue and Buffalo Drive
(APN 163-03-301-002), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69205]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

51. SDR-69272 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-69271 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: LAKES CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES - For possible action on a
request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 4,576 SQUARE-FOOT CHURCH/HOUSE OF
WORSHIP on 2.09 acres at the northeast corner of El Parque Avenue and Buffalo Drive (APN 163-03-301-002), R-E
(Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69205]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

52. SUP-69617 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: EAB INVESTMENT COMPANY -
OWNER: CRPP, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A MINI-STORAGE FACILITY
on the west side of Rancho Drive, 570 feet south of Cheyenne Avenue (APN 138-13-512-006), C-M
(Commercial/Industrial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-69582]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

53. SDR-69618 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-69617 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: EAB INVESTMENT COMPANY - OWNER: CRPP, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A MINI-STORAGE FACILITY AND OUTDOOR VEHICLE PARKING WITH
WAIVERS TO ALLOW A THREE-FOOT PERIMETER LANDSCAPE BUFFER ON THE NORTH PROPERTY LINE
WHERE EIGHT FEET IS REQUIRED on a portion of 4.78 acres on the west side of Rancho Drive, approximately 570
feet south of Cheyenne Avenue (APN 138-13-512-006), C-M (Commercial/Industrial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-
69582]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

54. SUP-69679 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: JUNE GALLAGHER
REVOCABLE TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM
RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE WITHIN THE PRIMARY DWELLING WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW A ZERO-
FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SIMILAR USE WHERE 660 FEET IS REQUIRED at 1640 Arville Street
(APN 162-06-601-010), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69466]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

55. SUP-69680 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SUP-69679 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
JUNE GALLAGHER REVOCABLE TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE WITHIN THE GUEST HOUSE WITH A WAIVER TO
ALLOW A ZERO-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SIMILAR USE WHERE 660 FEET IS REQUIRED at
1640 Arville Street (APN 162-06-601-010), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69466]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

56. SUP-69518 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ARI BEN-SHATACH - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL
USE WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW A 560-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SIMILAR USE WHERE 660
FEET IS REQUIRED at 817 Palmhurst Drive (APN 138-34-313-049), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 1
(Tarkanian) [PRJ-68047]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

57. SUP-69554 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ARI BEN-SHATACH - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL
USE WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW A 197-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SIMILAR USE WHERE 660
FEET IS REQUIRED at 1716 Cochran Street (APN 162-02-313-005), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 3
(Coffin) [PRJ-68276]. Staff recommends DENIAL.
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58. SUP-69640 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SHIMON GERBY - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL
USE WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW AN 89-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SIMILAR USE WHERE 660
FEET IS REQUIRED at 1916 West Oakey Boulevard (APN 162-04-210-089), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1
(Tarkanian) [PRJ-69506]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

59. SUP-69676 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: VENZA BRACKEN - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED BED & BREAKFAST INN USE WITH
WAIVERS TO ALLOW GUEST PARKING NOT BE SCREENED BY A SIX-FOOT TALL FENCE OR DENSE
LANDSCAPING AND TO ALLOW THE USE TO BE LOCATED ON A 39-FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY WHERE 50
FEET IS REQUIRED at 309 Arnold Street (APN 139-33-210-037), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 5
(Barlow) [PRJ-69641]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

60. SDR-69505 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: ST. ANTHONY OF
PADUA - OWNER: ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP LV - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan
Review to Amend an approved Use Permit (UC-0854-13) FOR A PROPOSED PARKING LOT EXPANSION TO AN
EXISTING CHURCH/HOUSE OF WORSHIP on 8.27 acres at 6350 North Fort Apache Road (APN 125-29-101-062), R-
E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) [PRJ-69494]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS:
61. DIR-69926 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS -
For possible action on a presentation on the status of the Vision 2045 Downtown Las Vegas Masterplan Implementation,
Wards 1 (Tarkanian), 3 (Coffin) and 5 (Barlow). Staff has NO RECOMMENDATION.

CITIZENS PARTICIPATION:
62. CITIZENS PARTICIPATION: PUBLIC COMMENT DURING THIS PORTION OF THE AGENDA MUST BE
LIMITED TO MATTERS WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION. NO SUBJECT MAY
BE ACTED UPON BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION UNLESS THAT SUBJECT IS ON THE AGENDA AND IS
SCHEDULED FOR ACTION. IF YOU WISH TO BE HEARD, COME TO THE PODIUM AND GIVE YOUR NAME
FOR THE RECORD. THE AMOUNT OF DISCUSSION ON ANY SINGLE SUBJECT, AS WELL AS THE AMOUNT
OF TIME ANY SINGLE SPEAKER IS ALLOWED, MAY BE LIMITED

Planning Commission May 9, 2017 - Page 9


Agenda Item No.: 1.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO

SUBJECT:
CALL TO ORDER
Agenda Item No.: 2.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO

SUBJECT:
ANNOUNCEMENT: COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW
Agenda Item No.: 3.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO

SUBJECT:
ROLL CALL
Agenda Item No.: 4.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO

SUBJECT:
PUBLIC COMMENT DURING THIS PORTION OF THE AGENDA MUST BE LIMITED TO
MATTERS ON THE AGENDA FOR ACTION. IF YOU WISH TO BE HEARD, COME TO
THE PODIUM AND GIVE YOUR NAME FOR THE RECORD. THE AMOUNT OF
DISCUSSION, AS WELL AS THE AMOUNT OF TIME ANY SINGLE SPEAKER IS
ALLOWED, MAY BE LIMITED
Agenda Item No.: 5.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO

SUBJECT:
FOR POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL MINUTES FOR THE PLANNING
COMMISSION MEETING OF APRIL 11, 2017.
Agenda Item No.: 6.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
FOR POSSIBLE ACTION - Any items from the Planning Commission, staff and/or the
applicant wish to be stricken or held in abeyance to a future meeting may be brought forward and
acted upon at this time.
Agenda Item No.: 7.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
EOT-69458 - EXTENSION OF TIME - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW -
APPLICANT/OWNER: DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC - For possible action on a request for an
Extension of Time of an approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-52726) FOR A
TEMPORARY PARKING LOT AND WAIVER OF THE DOWNTOWN CENTENNIAL
PLAN PARKING LOT SCREENING FENCE STANDARD on 2.76 acres at 200 South 3rd
Street (APN 139-34-210-047), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-69393].
Staff recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 6/21/2017

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Action Letter for SDR-52726
EOT-69458 [PRJ-69393]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
EOT-69458 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: N/A

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 29

NOTICES MAILED N/A

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

EOT-69458 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Site Development Plan Review (SDR-52726) shall expire on March 11, 2019
unless another Extension of Time is granted.

2. Conformance to the Conditions of approval for Site Development Plan Review


(SDR-52726) and all other related actions as required by the Department of
Planning and the Department of Public Works.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant operates a temporary parking lot in conjunction with an outdoor


entertainment venue located at 200 South 3rd Street. The temporary parking lot is set to
expire March 11, 2017 and the applicant would like to continue the use for another
temporary period.

ISSUES

The Planning Commission approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-52726)


for this facility on March 11, 2014 with a three year limit on its duration.
Pursuant to the Downtown Centennial Plan Section VII (F)(3)(g), approval for a
temporary parking lot may be for a period not to exceed three years, unless
extended by approval of an Extension of Time.

ANALYSIS

The Extension of Time application provides a mechanism for extending the approval
period of a use with time limitations imposed by the Planning Commission or City
Council.

The Site Development Plan Review (SDR-52726) was approved by the Planning
Commission on March 11, 2014 with a three year time limit. Pursuant to the Downtown
Centennial Plan Section VII (F)(3)(g), any request to extend this time period shall be by
means of an Extension of Time and shall be subject to review and approval by the City
Council.

This is the first request for an Extension of Time for SDR-52726, which entitled the
existing temporary parking lot. The applicant requests that this site continue to be used
as a temporary parking lot for another three year period.

FINDINGS (EOT-69458)

Approval of this request will allow the applicant to continue utilizing this site on an interim
basis until redevelopment occurs. While the subject site and surrounding parcels remain
unchanged since the original approval there are a number of proposed and approved
projects in the surrounding area; therefore, staff recommends approval of this extension of
time for a two year period to end March 11, 2019 unless another extension of time is
granted.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0100-64) from R-1 (Single
Family Residential), R-4 (High Density Residential), C-1 (Limited
Commercial), C-2 (General Commercial), and C-V (Civic) to C-2
(General Commercial) and C-V (Civic) for approximately 230 acres
12/16/64
generally located on property bounded by Main Street to the west,
Bonanza Road on the north, Las Vegas Boulevard on the east, and
Charleston Boulevard on the south. Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
Staff administratively approved a request for a Minor Site Development
02/06/14 Plan Review (SDR-52802) for a Temporary Parking Lot (Valet) on 2.76
acres located at 200 South 3rd Street.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Site Development
Plan Review (SDR-52726) for a Temporary Parking Lot with a Waiver
of the Downtown Centennial Plan Parking Lot Screening Fence
standard on 2.76 acres located at 200 South 3rd Street. Staff
03/11/14 recommended denial.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Variance (VAR-
52727) to allow a six-foot tall fence along the front property line where
a maximum height of five feet is allowed on 2.76 acres located at 200
South 3rd Street. Staff recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for a General Plan Amendment
(GPA-53016) from PF (Public Facilities) to GC (General Commercial)
on 2.76 acres at 200 South 3rd Street. Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
05/21/14
The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (ZON-53017)
from C-V (Civic) to C-2 (General Commercial) on 2.76 acres at 200
South 3rd Street. Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.
Staff administratively approved a request for a Minor Amendment
(SDR-54173) to a previously approved Site Development Plan Review
06/03/14
(SDR-52726) for a 3,200 square-foot stage on 2.76 acres at 200 South
3rd Street.
The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-
55328) for a proposed Tavern-Limited Establishment for a 107,158
10/15/14 square-foot Commercial Recreation/Amusement (Outdoor) use at 200
South 3rd Street. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.

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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The Department of Planning administratively approved a request for a
Minor Amendment (SDR-56539) of a previously approved Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-52726) for a proposed 4,950 square-
foot balcony at 200 South 3rd Street.
10/30/14 The Department of Planning administratively approved a request for a
Minor Amendment (SUP-56540) of a previously approved Special Use
Permit (SUP-55328) for a proposed 6,450 square-foot expansion to an
existing 107,158 square-foot Tavern-Limited Establishment at 200
South 3rd Street.
Code Enforcement received a complaint (#161185) for noise
associated with sound checks being performed at 200 South 3rd Street
11/23/15
disturbing neighboring businesses. The case was resolved on
12/21/15.
Code Enforcement received a complaint (#162305) for noise
associated with sound checks being performed at 200 South 3 rd Street
01/12/16
disturbing neighboring businesses. The case was resolved on
02/10/16.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-63111) for a proposed permanent Parking Lot with Valet
Parking only at an existing Commercial Recreation/Amusement
05/18/16 (Outdoor) Facility with Waivers of the Downtown Centennial Plan
Architectural Design, Streetscape and Permanent Parking Lot Design
and Screening standards at 200 South 3rd Street. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


11/22/13 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


c. 1960 A government facility was constructed at 200 South Main Street.
A building permit (#250277) was issued for the demolition of a two-
12/09/13
story detached parking structure at 200 South 3rd Street.
A building permit (#250816) was issued for the demolition of a
12/19/13
government facility at 200 South 3rd Street.
A building permit (#254599) was issued for a temporary parking lot at
200 South 3rd Street. The permit was finalized on 08/07/14.
04/14/14
A building permit (#254600) was issued for perimeter fencing at 200
South 3rd Street. The permit was finalized on 08/28/14.

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Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#259360) was issued for an outdoor valet canopy at
200 South 3rd Street. The permit has not received a final inspection.
A building permit (#259361) was issued for an outdoor platform at 200
07/30/14 South 3rd Street. The permit was finalized on 09/17/14.
A building permit (#259362) was issued for an outdoor platform railing
at 200 South 3rd Street. The permit has not received a final
inspection.
A building permit (#269335) was issued for VIP stairs and ADA
01/05/15 accessible elevator at 200 South 3rd Street. The permit was finalized
on 02/18/15.
A building permit (#318738) was issued for a second set of stairs off
06/20/16 the roof/viewing area at 200 South 3rd Street. The permit received a
final inspection 09/07/16.
A business license (P62-00192) was issued for General On-Sale
Alcohol (Downtown Las Vegas Events Center) at 200 South 3rd
Street. The license remains active.
A business license (G62-06924) was issued for Business Space Rent
10/16/14 or Lease (Downtown Las Vegas Events Center) at 200 South 3rd
Street. The license remains active.
A business license (G62-08990) was issued for a Tobacco Dealer
(Downtown Las Vegas Events Center) at 200 South 3rd Street. The
license remains active.
A business license (P62-00330) was issued for an Alcoholic Beverage
12/01/14 Caterer (Downtown Las Vegas Events Center) at 200 South 3rd
Street. The license remains active.
A business license (G64-03699) was issued for Tobacco Sales at 200
South 3rd Street. The license remains active.
06/15/16
A business license (G64-03700) was issued for a Tobacco Dealer at
200 South 3rd Street. The license remains active.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was not required, nor was one held.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.

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Field Check
A field check was conducted by staff, observing a well maintained
03/30/17
property.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 2.76

Planned or
Surrounding Existing Land Use Existing Zoning
Special Land
Property Per Title 19.12 District
Use Designation
Temporary Parking lot
Subject GC (General C-2 (General
Tavern-Limited
Property Commercial) Commercial)
Establishment
C-2 (General
North Parking Facility C (Commercial)
Commercial)
PF (Public
Government Facility
Facilities) C-2 (General
South
Church/House of Commercial)
C (Commercial)
Worship

Planned or Special
Surrounding Existing Land Use Existing Zoning
Land Use
Property Per Title 19.12 District
Designation
Office, Other Than
Listed C-2 (General
East Banquet Facility C (Commercial)
Commercial)
Parking Facility
C-2 (General
West Hotel/Casino C (Commercial)
Commercial)

Master Plan Areas Compliance


Downtown Centennial Plan Central Casino Core Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District 200 Feet Y
LW-O (Live Work Overlay) Y

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Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance


Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Downtown Redevelopment Area Y
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Master Plan of
Casino Center
Major Collector Streets and 80 Y
Boulevard
Highways
Master Plan of
Bridger Avenue Major Collector Streets and 80 Y
Highways
Master Plan of
Major Collector Streets and
3rd Street 80 Y
(Proposed) Highways
(Proposed)
Master Plan of
Carson Avenue Major Collector Streets and 80 Y
Highways

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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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DROCK 3RD STREET, LLC
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AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
EOT-69503 - EXTENSION OF TIME - VARIANCE - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND
AMERICAN HOMES OF NEVADA, INC. - For possible action on a request for an Extension
of Time of an approved Variance (VAR-58475) TO ALLOW A 16-FOOT FRONT YARD
SETBACK WHERE 25 FEET IS REQUIRED on 0.48 acres at 6820 Velvet Snow Street (APN
125-19-210-062), R-D (Single Family Residential-Restricted) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross). Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Action Letter for VAR-58475 [PRJ-58310]
EOT-69503

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES OF
NEVADA, INC.

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
EOT-69503 Staff recommends APPROVAL. N/A

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 37

NOTICES MAILED N/A

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

EOT-69503 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to the approved conditions for Variance (VAR-58475).

2. This approval shall be void two years from the date of final approval, unless
exercised pursuant to the provisions of LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension of Time
may be filed for consideration by the City of Las Vegas.

3. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and final inspections shall be
completed in compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department
of Building and Safety.

4. These Conditions of Approval shall be affixed to the cover sheet of any plan set
submitted for building permit.

5. All City Code requirements and design standards of all City departments must be
satisfied, except as modified herein.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant owns a vacant residential lot addressed as 6820 Velvet Snow Street, for
which they obtained a setback variance that is about to expire. They are seeking to
extend the variance for future development on the lot.

ISSUES

Variance (VAR-58475) allows a 16-foot front setback where 25 feet is required.


Variance (VAR-58475) will expire on 5/15/17 unless extended

ANALYSIS

The subject site, addressed as 6820 Velvet Snow Street, is a vacant, platted lot within
the Grand Canyon/Deer Springs subdivision. It is zoned R-D (Single Family
Residential-Restricted) and guided by the comprehensive plan for RNP (Rural
Neighborhood Preservation) development.

The R-D (Single Family Residential-Restricted) zoning district has a front setback
requirement of 25 feet, where the approved Variance (VAR-58475) allowed a 16-foot
front setback. The lot is irregularly shaped and on the outside bulb of a street
intersection. As such the Planning Commission approved the Variance (VAR-58475) on
05/12/15 with an expiration date of 5/12/17.

The applicant has requested an Extension of Time (EOT-69503) and staff recommends
approval of this request as the findings made by the Planning Commission continue to
apply.

FINDINGS (EOT-69503)

In accordance with the provisions of Title 19.16.140(B), Planning Commission and City
Council, in considering the merits of a Variance request, shall not grant a Variance in
order to:

1. Permit a use in a zoning district in which the use is not allowed;


2. Vary any minimum spacing requirement between uses;
3. Relieve a hardship which is solely personal, self-created or financial in nature.

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Additionally, Title 19.16.140(L) states:


Where by reason of exceptional narrowness, shallowness, or shape of a specific
piece of property at the time of enactment of the regulation, or by reason of
exceptional topographic conditions or other extraordinary and exceptional
situation or condition of the piece of property, the strict application of any zoning
regulation would result in peculiar and exceptional practical difficulties to, or
exceptional and undue hardships upon, the owner of the property, a variance
from that strict application may be granted so as to relieve the difficulties or
hardship, if the relief may be granted without substantial detriment to the public
good, without substantial impairment of affected natural resources and without
substantially impairing the intent and purpose of any ordinance or resolution.

The Planning Commission originally approved a Variance (VAR-58475) for the property
on 05/12/15, finding that the irregular shape of the lot and its location on the outside
bulb of a street intersection presented a hardship to the development of this property.
The findings made at that time continue to apply to the property.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The Clark County Board of County Commissioners approved a Non-
07/04/ 08 Conforming Zone Change (ZLC-1502-07) at the southeast corner of
Dorrell Lane and Eula Street.
The Clark County Board of County Commissioners approved a Design
Review (DR-0170-13) and a Tentative Map (TM-0045-13) request for a
05/22/13
91-lot single family subdivision at the southeast corner of Dorrell Lane
and Eula Street.
The City Council approved an Annexation (ANX-53693) request of
07/16/14 35.00 acres of land located near the northeast corner of Deer Springs
Way and Hualapai Way with an effective date of 07/24/14.
A Final Map (FMP-54785) for a 91-lot single family subdivision at the
11/21/14
southeast corner of Dorrell Lane and Eula Street was recorded.
The Planning Commission approved five Variances (VAR-58475,
05/12/15 VAR-58471, VAR-58473, VAR-58474 and VAR-58476) for setback
reductions. Staff recommended approval.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


05/24/13 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

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Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#329187) was issued for a temporary power pole at
11/02/16 6820 Velvet Snow Street. The permit has not been finalized as of
04/24/17

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was not held, nor was one required.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not held, nor was one required.

Field Check
A field inspection was conducted on the subject which revealed a
5/30/2017
vacant lot with some construction storage occurring on-site.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 0.49

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
RNP (Rural
Subject R-D (Single Family
Vacant Neighborhood
Property Residential-Restricted)
Preservation)
RNP (Rural
Single-Family, R-D (Single Family
North Neighborhood
Detached Residential-Restricted)
Preservation)
Single-Family, R-E (Residence
East R (Rural)
Detached Estates)
RNP (Rural
R-D(Single Family
West Vacant Neighborhood
Residential-Restricted)
Preservation)
L (Low Density R-1(Single Family
South Undeveloped
Residential) Residential)

PB
EOT-69503
Staff Report Page Four
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Master Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Applicable Special Purpose or Overlay Districts N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to Title 19.06.065, the following standards apply:


Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Setbacks
Front
Lot 62 (APN:125-19-210-062) 25 Feet 16 Feet *N
Side 5 Feet 5 Feet Y
Rear 30 Feet 30 Feet Y
*The Planning Commission approved VAR-58475 to allow a 16 foot front setback where 25 feet is required.

PB
EOT-69503 - EXTENSION OF TIME - VARIANCE - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES OF
NEVADA, INC.
6820 VELVET SNOW STREET
03/30/2017
Agenda Item No.: 9.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP - For possible action on a request for an Extension
of Time of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-58539) FOR A PROPOSED MOTOR
VEHICLE SALES (USED) USE WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW 18,295 SQUARE FEET OF
AREA DEDICATED TO THE USE WHERE 25,000 SQUARE FEET IS THE MINIMUM
REQUIRED at 2600 Fremont Street (APN 162-01-103-001), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone,
Ward 3 (Coffin). Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps - EOT-69527 and EOT-69529
2. Conditions and Staff Report - EOT-69527 and EOT-69529
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s) - EOT-69527 and EOT-69529
5. Justification Letter
6. Action Letter for SUP-58539 [PRJ-57899]
EOT-69527 and EOT-69529

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP,
LP

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
EOT-69527 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:
EOT-69529 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: EOT-69527

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 30

NOTICES MAILED N/A

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

NE
EOT-69527 and EOT-69529
Conditions Page One
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

EOT-69527 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Special Use Permit (SUP-58539) shall expire on May 12, 2019 unless another
Extension of Time is approved.

2. Conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Special Use Permit (SUP-58539)


and all other related actions as required by the Department of Planning and the
Department of Public Works.

EOT-69529 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Site Development Plan Review (SDR-58539) shall expire on May 12, 2019 unless
another Extension of Time is approved.

2. Conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Site Development Plan Review


(SDR-58539) and all other related actions as required by the Department of
Planning and the Department of Public Works.

NE
EOT-69527 and EOT-69529
Staff Report Page One
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for an Extension of Time of both Special Use Permit (SUP-58539) and
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-58540) for a proposed Motor Vehicle Sales
(Used) lot at 2600 Fremont Street.

ISSUES

Special Use Permit (SUP-58539) will expire on May 12, 2017 unless an Extension of
Time is approved.
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-58540) will expire on May 12, 2017 unless an
Extension of Time is approved.

ANALYSIS

The purpose of an Extension of Time is to provide a mechanism for extending the


approval period of an approved application with time limitations imposed by the City
Council or Planning Commission.

An application for an Extension of Time shall be heard by the Planning Commission or


City Council, whichever body took final action to approve the item subject to an
Extension of Time. In this case, Both Special Use Permit (SUP-58539) and Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-58540) were approved by the Planning Commission
on May 12, 2015.

This is the first request for an Extension of Time for Special Use Permit (SUP-58539)
and Site Development Plan Review (SDR-58540) which entitled a proposed Motor
Vehicle Sales (Used) land use with a Waiver to allow the use to operate on a site with
18,295 square feet where the minimum required for the use is 25,000 square feet.
Additionally, the proposed development was granted Waivers to allow reduced
landscape buffer widths adjacent to the right-of-way.

The applicant has requested an Extension of Time in order to find a tenant or possible
buyer for the subject site.

NE
EOT-69527 and EOT-69529
Staff Report Page Two
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

FINDINGS (EOT-69527 & EOT-69529)

Approval of this request will allow the applicant additional time to find a tenant or a buyer.
Since the subject site and surrounding parcels remain unchanged since the original
approval, staff is recommending approval of this request.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


Code Enforcement processed a complaint (#147311) for vehicles
10/22/14 parked on a vacant lot at 2600 Fremont Street. The case was resolved
on 12/10/14.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Special Use
Permit (SUP-58539) for a proposed Motor Vehicles Sales (Used) use
with a Waiver to allow 18,295 square feet of area dedicated to the use
where 25,000 square feet is the minimum required at 2600 Fremont
Street. Staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Site Development
05/12/15
Plan Review (SDR-58540) for a proposed Motor Vehicle Sales (Used)
use with Waivers to allow a seven-foot wide landscape buffer along
the east property line and a five-foot wide landscape buffer along a
portion of the west property line where 15 feet is required adjacent to
right-of-way on 0.42 acres at 2600 Fremont Street. Staff
recommended approval.
Code Enforcement processed a complaint (#172954) for trash and
12/12/16 weeds on a vacant lot at 2600 Fremont Street. The case remains
open.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


12/14/12 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


There are no related building permits or business licenses associated with the subject
site.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was not required, nor was one held.

NE
EOT-69527 and EOT-69529
Staff Report Page Three
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.

Field Check
During a routine field check staff observed the weeds and trash that
are being addressed as part of Code Enforcement case number
03/30/17
(#172954) on the vacant, undeveloped lot. In addition, there was some
graffiti on the neighboring propertys fence.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 0.42

Planned or Special
Surrounding Existing Land Use Existing Zoning
Land Use
Property Per Title 19.12 District
Designation
Subject GC (General C-2 (General
Vacant/Undeveloped
Property Commercial) Commercial)
Office, Other Than
Listed
CT (Commercial
Building & C-2 (Commercial
North Tourist) Clark
Landscape General) Clark County
County
Material/Lumber
Yard
C-2 (General
South Vacant/Undeveloped C (Commercial)
Commercial)
Building &
CT (Commercial
Landscape
East Tourist) Clark
Material/Lumber
County
Yard
C-2 (General
Vacant/Undeveloped C (Commercial)
Commercial)
West General Retail
H (High Density C-1 (Limited
Store, Other Than
Residential) Commercial)
Listed

NE
EOT-69527 and EOT-69529
Staff Report Page Four
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Applicable Special Purpose or Overlay Districts N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

Functional Actual
Governing Compliance with
Street Name Classification Street Width
Document Street Section
of Street(s) (Feet)
Master Plan
Primary of Streets
Fremont Street 95 Y
Arterial and
Highways
Atlantic Street Local Street Title 13 60 Y

NE
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME RELATED TO EOT-69529 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP
2600 FREMONT STREET
03/30/2017
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME RELATED TO EOT-69529 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP
2600 FREMONT STREET
03/30/2017
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME RELATED TO EOT-69529 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP
2600 FREMONT STREET
03/30/2017
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME RELATED TO EOT-69529 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP
2600 FREMONT STREET
03/30/2017
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME RELATED TO EOT-69529 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP
2600 FREMONT STREET
03/30/2017
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME RELATED TO EOT-69529 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP
2600 FREMONT STREET
03/30/2017
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME RELATED TO EOT-69529 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP
2600 FREMONT STREET
03/30/2017
EOT-69527 - EXTENSION OF TIME RELATED TO EOT-69529 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP
2600 FREMONT STREET
03/30/2017
Agenda Item No.: 10.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
EOT-69529 - EXTENSION OF TIME - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SENIOR NEVADA BENEFIT GROUP, LP - For possible action on a request for an Extension
of Time of an approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-58540) FOR A PROPOSED
MOTOR VEHICLE SALES (USED) WITH WAIVERS TO ALLOW A SEVEN-FOOT WIDE
LANDSCAPE BUFFER ALONG THE EAST PROPERTY LINE AND A FIVE-FOOT WIDE
LANDSCAPE BUFFER ALONG A PORTION OF THE WEST PROPERTY LINE WHERE 15
FEET IS REQUIRED ADJACENT TO RIGHT-OF-WAY on 0.42 acres at 2600 Fremont Street
(APN 162-01-103-001), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin). Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. Justification Letter
4. Action Letter for SDR-58540 [PRJ-57899]
EOT-69529
EOT-69529
EOT-69529
EOT-69529
EOT-69529
EOT-69529
Agenda Item No.: 11.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
TMP-69650 - TENTATIVE MAP - SACKLEY-DASILVA SUBDIVISION I - APPLICANT:
DOUGLAS DASILVA - OWNER: SACKLEY FAMILY TRUST - For possible action on a
request for a Tentative Map FOR A ONE-LOT COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION on 1.10 acres
at 700 and 720 North Main Street (APNs 139-27-707-004 and 005), C-M
(Commercial/Industrial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-69577]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 7 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: DOUGLAS DASILVA - OWNER: SACKLEY
FAMILY TRUST

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
TMP-69650 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: N/A

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 14

NOTICES MAILED N/A

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

RG
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577]
Conditions Page One
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

TMP-69650 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of the Tentative Map shall be for no more than four (4) years. If a Final
Map is not recorded on all or a portion of the area embraced by the Tentative Map
within four (4) years of the approval of the Tentative Map, this action is void.

2. Final Map shall contain a note granting perpetual common access and parking
across the entire subdivision.

3. All development is subject to the conditions of City Departments and State


Subdivision Statutes.

Public Works

4. Dedicate the appropriate right-of-way for a total 45-foot wide half street dedication
on Main Street concurrent with the Final Map for this site. Prior to recordation of a
Final Map for this site, confirm the right-of-way width of Main Street in relation to
the NDOT O line and the centerline of Main Street, discrepancies with NDOT
Resolution of Relinquishment 20021120:00572 and 2011042200:00844 to clarify
illegible maps, Parcel Map Page 66, Book 34. The ultimate width of Main Street
shall be 90-feet with 45 feet coming from each side.

5. Grant a 20-foot wide Public Sewer Easement along the southeast property line
where not occupied by an existing building. An existing public sewer main lies
within that alignment.

6. Correct all Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) deficiencies on the sidewalks
adjacent to this site in accordance with code requirements of Title 13.56.040 to the
satisfaction of the City Engineer concurrent with development of this site. The pan
style driveways on Main Street may remain as long as the sidewalk path along
Main Street complies with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines.

7. Per Title 19.16.060.W.1, provide a note on the Final Map that states All parcels
created through this map shall have perpetual unobstructed access to all
driveways servicing the overall subdivision unless incompatible uses can be
demonstrated to the satisfaction of the City Engineer.

RG
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577]
Conditions Page Two
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

8. Per Title 19.16.060.W. 2, the on-site sewer system servicing the overall
commercial subdivision shall be identified as a public sewer, with a minimum pipe
diameter of eight inches, located within dedicated public sewer easements which
are a minimum of twenty feet wide (note a) and this note shall appear on the Final
Map for this site.

9. Per Title 19.16.060.W.3, all sites within this subdivision shall have perpetual
common access to all driveways connecting this site to the abutting streets and a
note to this effect shall appear on the Final Map for this site. No barriers (e.g.
curbs, wall, etc.) shall be erected within the boundaries of the overall commercial
subdivision map site which would prohibit any vehicle on this site from utilizing any
driveway connecting this commercial development site to the abutting public
streets.

10. Submit a License Agreement for existing landscape planter and signage located in
the area required for dedication along the Main Street public right-of-way adjacent
to this site prior to the issuance of permits for these improvements. The applicant
must carry an insurance policy for the term of the License Agreement and add the
City of Las Vegas as an additionally insured entity on this insurance policy. If
requested by the City, the applicant shall remove property within the public right-of-
way at the applicant's expense pursuant to the terms of the City's License
Agreement. The installation and maintenance of all private improvements in the
public right of way shall be the responsibility of the applicant and any successors in
interest to the property and assigns pursuant to the terms of the License
Agreement. Coordinate all requirements for the License Agreement with the Land
Development Section of the Department of Building and Safety (229-4836).

11. The approval of all Public Works related improvements shown on this Tentative
Map is in concept only. Specific design and construction details relating to size,
type and/or alignment of improvements, including but not limited to street, sewer
and drainage improvements, shall be resolved prior to approval of the construction
plans by the City. No deviations from adopted City Standards shall be allowed
unless specific written approval for such is received from the City Engineer prior to
the recordation of a Final Map or the approval of subdivision-related construction
plans, whichever may occur first. Approval of this Tentative Map does not
constitute approval of any deviations. If such approval cannot be obtained, a
revised Tentative Map must be submitted showing elimination of such deviations.

RG
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577]
Staff Report Page One
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a Tentative Map for a proposed one-lot commercial subdivision on
a developed property located at 700 and 720 North Main Street.

ISSUES
Existing buildings and use.
The subject property is parking-impaired development.
The building setback is legal non-conforming.
TMP-38862 expired without recording a final map within the period of time
allowed by the tentative map.

ANALYSIS

The subject site consists of two parcels with a combined acreage of 1.10 acres. The
applicant proposes a one-lot commercial subdivision to combine the two parcels into
one lot. The subject site has been developed with a 50-unit Single Room Occupancy
Residence use and a 1,932 square-foot Restaurant with a non-conforming
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment use and an 864 square-foot utility room. The
site is parking impaired, pursuant to Title 19.18.030(D).

The site is a legal non-conforming development as it does not conform to current


setback requirements per Title 19.08.090. The request mapping action will not increase
the parking impairment, nor will it reduce setbacks beyond their current non-conforming
status. This request will remedy the issue of property lines that cross through various
buildings on site. The Tentative Map (TMP-38862) has expired as of 03/08/17 with no
final map was recorded within the period of time allowed by the tentative map.

The subject site is accessed from Main Street, an 80-foot wide right-of-way. Per the
Master Plan of Streets and Highways, it is designated as a 100-foot Primary Arterial.
Department of Public Works condition requires dedication of half street right-of-way.
The subject property is located within the Airport Overlay District and the tentative map
request will not affect the said overlay district.

RG
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577]
Staff Report Page Two
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

FINDINGS (TMP-69650)

There is no application for a Site Development Plan Review associated with development
on the site and no special conditions of approval for the site. The purpose of the Tentative
Map request is to create a one-lot commercial subdivision through the recordation of a
subsequent final map. No fence/walls are proposed at this time and the existing
fence/walls comply with Title 19. There are no Trail alignments within or adjacent to the
subject site. This tentative map request conforms to Title 19 requirements; therefore, staff
recommends approval of this request with conditions. If denied, the proposed subdivision
of land will not be eligible for the final map technical review process.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-38862) for
a one-lot commercial subdivision on 1.11 acres at 700 and 720 North
03/08/11
Main Street. Staff recommended approval. The approval has expired
03/08/17.
The Department of Planning administratively approved a request for
an Extension of Time (EOT-58253) of an approved Tentative Map
03/18/15
(TMP-38862) for a one-lot commercial subdivision at 700 and 720
North Main Street.
A Final Map (FMP-68714) technical review was processed for a one-
01/24/17 lot commercial subdivision at 700 and 720 North Main Street. The
Final Map has expired along with TMP-38862 on 03/08/17.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


02/06/13 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership on the subject site.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A 1,932 square-foot restaurant and 864 square-foot utility rooms were
c. 1945
constructed at 720 North Main Street.
c. 1947 A 16,111 square-foot Motel was constructed at 700 North Main Street.
A business license (L09-00048) was issued for a Beer/Wine/Cooler
On-Sale at 720 North Main Street. The license is currently active.
01/01/51
A business license (R09-00241) was issued for a Restaurant at 720
North Main Street. The license is currently active.

RG
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577]
Staff Report Page Three
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#06000180) was issued for a non-work certificate of
occupancy at 700 South Main Street. The permit was finalized on
01/12/06.
01/11/06
A building permit (#06000181) was issued for a non-work certificate of
occupancy at 700 South Main Street. The permit was finalized on
01/12/06.
A building permit (#06000774) was issued for a tenant improvement at
02/02/06
720 North Main Street. The permit was finalized on 03/20/06.
A business license (H11-00126) was issued for a Single Room
11/2/11 Occupancy Residence at 700 North Main Street. The license is
currently active.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was conducted by staff with the applicant
03/21/17
and discussed the submittal requirements for a Tentative Map.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.

Field Check
A field check by staff was conducted and noted a well maintained
03/30/17
property, free of trash and debris.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 1.10

Planned or Special
Surrounding Existing Land Use Existing Zoning
Land Use
Property Per Title 19.04 District
Designation
Single Room
Subject C-M
Occupancy C (Commercial)
Property (Commercial/Industrial)
Residence

RG
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577]
Staff Report Page Four
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Planned or Special
Surrounding Existing Land Use Existing Zoning
Land Use
Property Per Title 19.04 District
Designation
Auto Repair Garage, C-M
North C (Commercial)
Major (Commercial/Industrial)
C-1 (Limited
South Vacant MXU (Mixed Use)
Commercial)
Single-Family R-1 (Single Family
East MXU (Mixed Use)
Residences Residential)
General Retail Store C (Commercial)
West LI/R (Light M (Industrial)
Undeveloped
Industry/Research)

Master Plan Areas Compliance


Downtown North Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (175 feet) Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Y
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to Title 19.08, the following standards apply to the subject property as proposed:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Width 100 feet 300 feet Y
Min. Setbacks
Front 20 feet 22 feet Y
Side (N) 10 feet 0 feet N*
Side (S) 15 feet 0 feet N*
Rear 20 feet 15 feet N*
Max. Lot Coverage 50% 29% Y
*Existing legal, non-conforming building setbacks.

RG
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577]
Staff Report Page Five
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Actual Complian
Functional
Governing Street ce with
Street Name Classification of
Document Width Street
Street(s)
(Feet) Section
Master Plan of Streets
Main Street Primary Arterial 86 N*
and Highways Map
*Condition of approval requires dedication of half street right-of-way.

Parking Requirement - Downtown


Gross Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Floor Parking Parking
Area or
Number Parking Handi- Handi-
Use of Units Ratio Regular capped Regular capped
Single
0.75
Room
50 Units Spaces/ 25 47 N*
Occupancy
Unit
Residence
Restaurant
with 1/50 SF
1,000 SF 20
Beer/Wine/ 1/200 7 N*
932 SF 5
Cooler On- SF
Sale
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 50 47 N*
TOTAL (With Handicapped) 48 2 44 3 N*
*The subject site is parking-impaired.

RG
TMP-69650



TMP-69650

TMP-69650

TMP-69650

TMP-69650
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT: DOUGLAS DASILVA - OWNER: SACKLEY FAMILY
TRUST
700 AND 720 NORTH MAIN STREET
03/30/2017
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT: DOUGLAS DASILVA - OWNER: SACKLEY FAMILY
TRUST
700 AND 720 NORTH MAIN STREET
03/30/2017
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT: DOUGLAS DASILVA - OWNER: SACKLEY FAMILY
TRUST
700 AND 720 NORTH MAIN STREET
03/30/2017
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT: DOUGLAS DASILVA - OWNER: SACKLEY FAMILY
TRUST
700 AND 720 NORTH MAIN STREET
03/30/2017
TMP-69650 [PRJ-69577] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT: DOUGLAS DASILVA - OWNER: SACKLEY FAMILY
TRUST
700 AND 720 NORTH MAIN STREET
03/30/2017

TMP-69650
Agenda Item No.: 12.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - SDR-68470 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT - POB LAS VEGAS, LLC - OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For possible
action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED SINGLE-STORY,
34,782 SQUARE-FOOT SHOPPING CENTER on 3.48 acres at 300 North Casino Center
Boulevard and 350 Stewart Avenue (APNs 139-34-501-004 and 008), C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-68139]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
SDR-68470 [PRJ-68139]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT - POB LAS VEGAS, LLC - OWNER: CITY OF
LAS VEGAS

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SDR-68470 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 27

NOTICES MAILED 440

APPROVALS 0

PROTESTS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

SDR-68470 CONDITIONS
Planning

1. This approval shall be void two years from the date of final approval, unless
exercised pursuant to the provisions of LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension of Time
may be filed for consideration by the City of Las Vegas.

2. All development shall be in conformance with the site plan, landscape plan, and
building elevations, date stamped 01/26/17, except as amended by conditions
herein.

3. All utility or mechanical equipment shall comply with the provisions of the
Downtown Centennial Plan, unless approved by a separate Waiver.

4. Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a revised site plan shall be submitted to
and approved by the Department of Planning Department showing service areas
located away from the adjacent street frontages in conformance to the Downtown
Centennial Plan.

5. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and final inspections shall be
completed in compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department
of Building and Safety.

6. These Conditions of Approval shall be affixed to the cover sheet of any plan set
submitted for building permit.

7. The applicant shall coordinate with the City Surveyor and other city staff to
determine the most appropriate mapping action necessary to consolidate the
existing lots. The mapping action shall be completed and recorded prior to the
issuance of any building permits.

8. A technical landscape plan, signed and sealed by a Registered Architect,


Landscape Architect, Residential Designer or Civil Engineer, must be submitted
prior to or at the same time application is made for a building permit. A permanent
underground sprinkler system is required, and shall be permanently maintained in
a satisfactory manner; the landscape plan shall include irrigation specifications.
Installed landscaping shall not impede visibility of any traffic control device. The
technical landscape plan shall show one parking lot tree in the planter along the
north property line adjacent to Casino Center Boulevard, unless it can be shown
that the tree will be within a sight visibility restriction zone.

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9. A fully operational fire protection system, including fire apparatus roads, fire
hydrants and water supply, shall be installed and shall be functioning prior to
construction of any combustible structures.

10. Prior to the submittal of a building permit application, the applicant shall meet with
Department of Planning staff to develop a comprehensive address plan for the
subject site. A copy of the approved address plan shall be submitted with any
future building permit applications related to the site.

11. All City Code requirements and design standards of all City Departments must be
satisfied, except as modified herein.

Public Works

12. In accordance with code requirements of Title 13.56, remove all substandard
improvements (including streetlights on Casino Center Boulevard) and replace with
new improvements meeting Downtown Centennial Standards and correct all
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) deficiencies on the sidewalks adjacent to this
site concurrent with development of this site. All existing paving damaged or
removed by this development shall be restored at its original location and to its
original width concurrent with development of this site.

13. Landscape and maintain all unimproved rights-of-way, if any, adjacent to this site.
All landscaping and private improvements installed with this project shall be
situated and maintained so as to not create sight visibility obstructions for vehicular
traffic at all development access drives and abutting street intersections.

14. Submit a License Agreement for landscaping and private improvements in the
public right-of-way adjacent to this site prior to this issuance of permits for these
improvements. The applicant must carry an insurance policy for the term of the
License Agreement and add the City of Las Vegas as an additionally insured entity
on this insurance policy. If requested by the City, the applicant shall remove
property encroaching in the public right-of-way at the applicant's expense pursuant
to the terms of the City's License Agreement. The installation and maintenance of
all private improvements in the public right of way shall be the responsibility of the
adjacent property owner(s) and shall be transferred with the sale of the property for
the entire term of the License Agreement. Coordinate all requirements for the
License Agreement with the Land Development Section of the Department of
Building and Safety (702-229-4836).

15. Abandon any unused portion of the existing public sewer mains in 4th Street per
the Design and Construction Standards for Wastewater Collection Systems
(DCSWCS) guidelines concurrent with onsite development.

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16. Comply with the recommendations of the currently approved Traffic Impact
Analysis.

17. A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and
approved by the Department of Public Works prior to the issuance of any building
or grading permits, submittal of any construction drawings or the submittal of a
Map subdividing this site, whichever may occur first. Provide and improve all
drainageways recommended in the approved drainage plan/study. The developer
of this site shall be responsible to construct such neighborhood or local drainage
facility improvements as are recommended by the City of Las Vegas Neighborhood
Drainage Studies and approved Drainage Plan/Study concurrent with development
of this site. In lieu of constructing improvements, in whole or in part, the developer
may agree to contribute monies for the construction of neighborhood or local
drainage improvements, the amount of such monies shall be determined by the
approved Drainage Plan/Study and shall be contributed prior to the issuance of
any building or grading permits, or the recordation of a Map subdividing this site,
whichever may occur first.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is requesting to construct a two-building, 34,782 square-foot shopping


center within the Downtown Centennial Plan area. Building 1 encompasses 18,442
square feet and would be located at the northeast corner of Stewart Avenue and Casino
Center Boulevard. Building 2 is 16,340 square feet and would be located at the
northwest corner of Stewart Avenue and 4th Street. Both are single story buildings with
plaza areas at the corners. A surface parking lot is proposed to the north of the existing
Mob Museum site adjacent to and between the two proposed buildings; however, no
improvements are proposed on the Mob Museum site itself.

ISSUES

This project qualifies as a New Development as detailed in the Threshold


Requirements of the Downtown Centennial Plan, requiring a Site Development Plan
Review. The previous entitlements for a shopping center on this site have expired;
therefore, all new conditions of approval will apply to this action.
Due to previously completed City-initiated streetscape improvements along Stewart
Avenue, a Covenant Running With Land agreement for future improvements to meet
Downtown Centennial Plan requirements adjacent to this site along Stewart Avenue
is not needed. As a result, no waivers are required or proposed.
The two parcels will be required to be combined in order to allow site utilities across
the entire site. An access easement in favor of the Mob Museum site will be
required as part of this mapping action to accommodate the existing perimeter
parking along the southern edge of the site. A condition of approval will require a
separate mapping action.

ANALYSIS

The size and scope of this infill redevelopment is smaller than previous proposals. This
proposal eliminates any previously proposed improvements to the Mob Museum site.
The two Site Development Plan Review approvals that preceded this request (SDR-
48856 and SDR-54002) have both expired; therefore, all new conditions of approval will
be applied to this action.

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The subject site is located within the Downtown Gateway sub-district of the Downtown
Centennial Plan Overlay District. Pursuant to Title 19.10.110, the standard parking,
landscaping, building height, lot coverage and setback requirements are not
automatically applied. Additional standards specific to the Downtown Gateway District
are required, including those for setbacks, streetscape, utilities, parking structures and
signage. The project is categorized under New Development in the Development
Thresholds chapter of the Downtown Centennial Plan, which requires a Site
Development Plan Review.

The Cultural Corridor Trail is designated by the Downtown Centennial Plan adjacent to
this site along Stewart Avenue and Casino Center Boulevard. Conformance to the
Downtown Gateway streetscape requirements will satisfy the requirements for the trail.

The proposed development is subject to and meets the requirements of the Airport
Overlay District.

The submitted plans indicate areas for future signage, which is not part of this review.
All proposed signage will require review and approval by the Downtown Design Review
Committee prior to the issuance of permits for signage. Any proposed signage
determined not to be in conformance with Title 19.08 standards will also require a
Variance and a public hearing. Off-premise signage, if proposed, will require a Special
Use Permit, subject to conformance with distance separation requirements.

The site plan depicts an orderly layout of buildings and surface parking. The two
buildings are situated at the two corners and oriented to the interior so that they face the
existing Mob Museum site. However, plaza areas with storefronts have been
incorporated at the corners to activate the street frontages. Together, the design
satisfies the land use urban form, pedestrian environment and Downtown character
design goals of the Downtown Centennial Plan. Sufficient surface parking is provided at
the rear of the property, which contains adequate landscaping to provide shade and to
separate large areas of asphalt. A low 30-inch wall with similar materials as the
buildings is provided along the parking lot facing Casino Center Boulevard in
conformance with Downtown Centennial Plan requirements. Service areas are not
explicitly shown on the site plan, but need to be provided to ensure that service
activities occur onsite and away from street frontages. A condition of approval
addresses this. In addition, site utilities must be located underground or away from the
street frontages within the building footprints to eliminate clutter and hazards.

Each building is designed as a one-story, 26-foot tall structure with changes in rooflines,
materials and wall planes to provide visual interest. Canopies and glass storefronts are
incorporated into the entryways to provide a pedestrian scale to the project. A brick
veneer covering portions of each elevation provides continuity of design between
buildings and is compatible with the brick incorporated into the adjacent historic Mob
Museum building, which they face.

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Existing streetscape conditions in the Stewart Avenue right-of-way include a five-foot


sidewalk with a five-foot amenity zone containing trees planted along the frontage of
each parcel. The City has completed streetscape improvements along Stewart Avenue
and 4th Street that include street furniture and lighting; therefore, no additional
improvements from the developer are required to bring the site into conformance with
Downtown Centennial Plan streetscape requirements. Streetscape requirements along
Casino Center Boulevard will be met by the proposal, including provision of a 10-foot
sidewalk and five-foot amenity zone with 14 date palms within tree grates. The
streetscape along 4th Street will be enhanced with 14 date palms within tree grates.

The two parcels that make up this site will be required to be combined in order to allow
site utilities across the entire site. An access easement in favor of the Mob Museum
site will be required as part of this mapping action to accommodate the existing
perimeter parking along the southern edge of the site. A condition of approval will
require a separate mapping action prior to the issuance of building permits.

The proposed infill Shopping Center development is in conformance with Downtown


Centennial Plan requirements, is compatible with surrounding development and will
provide additional retail opportunities in Downtown. Staff therefore recommends
approval with conditions. If denied, permits cannot be issued for the development as
proposed.

FINDINGS (SDR-68470)

In order to approve a Site Development Plan Review application, per Title 19.16.100(E)
the Planning Commission and/or City Council must affirm the following:

1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and


development in the area;

The commercial uses proposed on this site are appropriate for the area, which
includes primarily large hotels, general retail storefront development and offices.

2. The proposed development is consistent with the General Plan, this Title,
the Design Standards Manual, the Landscape, Wall and Buffer Standards,
and other duly-adopted city plans, policies and standards;

The proposed development is in general conformance to the Downtown


Centennial Plan. The proposed project fulfills Policy 1.3.2 of the Las Vegas 2020
Master Plan for reurbanization of the Downtown Area, specifically that new retail
and service commercial development be encouraged within Downtown to serve
the emerging housing market. In particular, this development should be weighted

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towards restaurants, retail shops and service businesses intended to serve local
residents as well as the tourist market. Commercial uses are designated for this
site by the General Plan.

3. Site access and circulation do not negatively impact adjacent roadways or


neighborhood traffic;

Access to the site would be from Stewart Avenue and 4th Street. Circulation is
two-way except for the 4th Street entrance. Vehicles may exit onto Casino Center
Boulevard or Stewart Avenue. The proposed layout restricts traffic movements to
the perimeter of the site and minimizes conflicts both within the site and with traffic
on the adjacent streets.

4. Building and landscape materials are appropriate for the area and for the
City;

The proposed stucco and brick veneer exteriors, metal canopies, and glass and
aluminum storefronts are similar to those used in other more modern Downtown
buildings and are appropriate for this project. The design and color of the brick
facades will match that of the adjacent Mob Museum for compatibility. Landscape
materials conform to the preferred plant list of the Downtown Centennial Plan.

5. Building elevations, design characteristics and other architectural and


aesthetic features are not unsightly, undesirable, or obnoxious in
appearance; create an orderly and aesthetically pleasing environment; and
are harmonious and compatible with development in the area;

The architectural features of the elevations create a pleasing environment that is


intended to focus on pedestrian traffic in the Downtown area. A brick veneer is
incorporated into each elevation that provides continuity in design with the Mob
Museum exterior.

6. Appropriate measures are taken to secure and protect the public health,
safety and general welfare.

The proposed development will be subject to permit review and inspection,


thereby ensuring the publics health, safety and welfare.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The Planning Commission approved a request for a Civic Review (CV-
0002-85) for the purpose of establishing a Transit Passenger Facility
09/12/85 (Downtown Transportation Center) on property generally located at
Mesquite Avenue and Casino Center Boulevard. Staff recommended
approval.
Department of Planning staff approved a Minor Site Development Plan
Review (SD-0016-97) for a proposed 2,581 square-foot expansion of
09/25/97
the existing 9,300 square-foot Downtown Transportation Center at 300
North Casino Center Boulevard.
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-39192)
to change the land use designation of the subject site (APNs 139-34-
501-004 and 008) from PF (Public Facilities) to MXU (Mixed Use) as
part of a larger request on the south side of U.S. 95, east of Casino
Center Boulevard. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
11/17/10
approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-39193) from C-V (Civic)
to C-2 (General Commercial) on 4.07 acres located south of U.S. 95,
east of Casino Center Boulevard. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
42987) for a proposed retail area and plaza on 2.83 acres at 300 North
01/18/12
Casino Center Boulevard. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
48856) for a proposed 102,800 square-foot shopping center with a six-
level parking garage per the site plan date stamped 09/12/13 on 3.46
10/16/13 acres at 300 North Casino Center Boulevard and 350 Stewart Avenue,
thereby expunging the approval for SDR-42987. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval. The approval expired
06/19/16.
Department of Planning staff approved a Minor Amendment (SDR-
54002) of an approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-48856)
for a proposed single-story, 95,000 square-foot Shopping Center with
06/19/14 rooftop parking where a two-story, 102,800 square-foot Shopping
Center with a six-level parking garage was approved on 3.46 acres at
300 North Casino Center Boulevard and 350 Stewart Avenue. The
approval expired 06/19/16.
The Planning Commission voted (7-0) to hold SDR-68470 in abeyance
03/14/17 to the May 9, 2017 Planning Commission meeting at the request of the
applicant.

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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Council approved a Second Amended and Restated
Disposition and Development Agreement between the City of Las
04/19/17 Vegas and POB Las Vegas, LLC to amend terms and conditions for
the development of parcels at 4th Street and Stewart Avenue totaling
3.46 acres.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


07/01/47 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


The Downtown Transportation Center was constructed at 300 North
c. 1987
Casino Center Boulevard.
A building permit (#98022323) was issued for a 7,076 square-foot
11/12/98 remodel of the Downtown Transportation Center at 300 North Casino
Center Boulevard. A final inspection was approved on 09/09/99.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant to discuss
submittal requirements for a Site Development Plan Review
application. The applicant stated that the development that was
previously approved for this site would be scaled back and that the
12/13/16
Mob Museum site is no longer a part of this project. The applicant was
advised to show the existing Mob Museum access and parking on the
site plan. The applicant was also advised to revise the proposed
building elevations to create a more pedestrian friendly environment.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting is not required, nor was one held.

Field Check
The east portion of the subject site is not developed. The west portion
of the site contains a single-story building and structures previously
01/05/17
used as a Transit Passenger Facility for bus transportation. These
structures are currently vacant.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 3.48

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Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Transit Passenger
Subject C-2 (General
Facility MXU (Mixed Use)
Property Commercial)
Undeveloped
North Right-of-Way ROW (Right-of-Way) ROW (Right-of-Way)
Parking Facility C-2 (General
C (Commercial)
South Hotel/Casino Commercial)
Museum PF (Public Facilities) C-V (Civic)
Office, Other Than C-2 (General
MXU (Mixed Use)
East Listed Commercial)
Museum PF (Public Facilities) C-V (Civic)
C-2 (General
Hotel/Casino C (Commercial)
West Commercial)
Museum PF (Public Facilities) C-V (Civic)

Master Plan Areas Compliance


Downtown Centennial Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan Overlay District (Downtown Gateway) Y
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (200 Feet) Y
Live/Work Overlay District N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails (Cultural Corridor Trail) Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Y
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification
N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the Downtown Centennial Plan and Title 19.08, the following
standards apply:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size N/A 150,718 SF N/A
Min. Lot Width 100 Feet 320 Feet Y

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Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance


Min. Setbacks:
Front 70% of first story faade to 70% aligned along Y
align along property line, Stewart Ave with
including plazas plaza

Side N/A 47 Feet Y

Corner 70% of first story faade to 70% aligned along Y


align along property line, Casino Center Blvd
including plazas and 4th St with
plaza

Rear N/A 225 Feet Y


Max. Lot Coverage N/A 23 % N/A
Max. Building Height N/A 26 Feet N/A
Screened, Gated, w/ a Screened, Gated, w/
Trash Enclosure Y
Roof or Trellis a Roof
Mech. Equipment Screened Screened Y
Located away from
Service Areas None shown By condition
frontages
Utilities Underground Not provided By condition

Pursuant to the Downtown Centennial Plan and Title 19.08, the following
standards apply:
Landscaping and Open Space Standards
Standards Required Provided Compliance
Ratio Trees
Parking Area
N/A N/A 53 Trees N/A
Trees
30 low wall
adjacent to
30 low wall adjacent to parking areas that parking area
Wall Height Y
directly face street frontages along
Casino
Center Blvd.

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Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Master Plan of
Stewart Avenue Major Collector Streets and 80 Y
Highways Map
Master Plan of
Casino Center
Major Collector Streets and 80 Y
Boulevard
Highways Map

Pursuant to the Downtown Centennial Plan, the following standards apply:


Streetscape Standards Required Provided Compliance
10 along Casino
10 Y
Center Blvd.
Min. sidewalk width
10 along Stewart Ave. 5 N*
10 along 4th St. 8 N*
5 along Casino Center
5 Y
Blvd.
Min. amenity zone width
5 along Stewart Ave. 5 Y
5 along 4th St. 5 Y
Deglet-Noor date
palms (25 BTH) or
similar at 30 intervals
along 4th St. and 14 palm trees along
Casino Center Blvd. 4th St.
North-south streets (major) Y
(12 trees required 14 palm trees along
along 4th St.) Casino Center Blvd.
(12 trees required
along Casino Center
Blvd.)
36 box shade trees at
15-20 intervals along 12 Southern Live
East-west streets Y
Stewart Ave. Oak trees
11 trees required
Light fixtures, trash
Right-of-way improvements receptacles, benches, Not indicated By condition
tree wells
*Existing streetscape improvements were previously completed by the City of Las
Vegas and therefore, no Covenant Running With Land Agreement is necessary for
future improvements to meet Downtown Centennial Plan streetscape requirements.

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Pursuant to Title 19.08 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:

Parking Requirement - Downtown


Gross Floor Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Handi- Handi-
Units Ratio Regular Regular
capped capped
1 space
Shopping 34,782 SF
per 250 140
Center GFA
SF GFA
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 140 241 Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 135 5 233 8 Y
3 spaces
for
Loading
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Spaces
50,000
SF
*Projects located within the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan area are not subject to
the automatic application of parking requirements, including loading spaces. However, the
above table should be used to illustrate the requirements of an analogous project in another
location in the City.

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SDR-68470 [PRJ-68139] - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - APPLICANT - POB LAS VEGAS, LLC - OWNER:
CITY OF LAS VEGAS
300 NORTH CASINO CENTER BOULEVARD AND 350 STEWART AVENUE
02/02/17
SDR-68470 [PRJ-68139] - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - APPLICANT - POB LAS VEGAS, LLC - OWNER:
CITY OF LAS VEGAS
300 NORTH CASINO CENTER BOULEVARD AND 350 STEWART AVENUE
02/02/17
SDR-68470 [PRJ-68139] - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - APPLICANT - POB LAS VEGAS, LLC - OWNER:
CITY OF LAS VEGAS
300 NORTH CASINO CENTER BOULEVARD AND 350 STEWART AVENUE
02/02/17
SDR-68470 [PRJ-68139] - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - APPLICANT - POB LAS VEGAS, LLC - OWNER:
CITY OF LAS VEGAS
300 NORTH CASINO CENTER BOULEVARD AND 350 STEWART AVENUE
02/02/17
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CITY OF LAS VEGAS
300 NORTH CASINO CENTER BOULEVARD AND 350 STEWART AVENUE
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Agenda Item No.: 13.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-69613 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SRINIVASA, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED 88-UNIT ASSISTED LIVING APARTMENTS USE on 0.51 acres at 100 South
14th Street (APN 139-35-303-001), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-
69598]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
SUP-69613 [PRJ-69598]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: SRINIVASA, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-69613 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 37

NOTICES MAILED 257

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

SUP-69613 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 for an


Assisted Living Apartments use.

2. This approval shall be void two years from the date of final approval, unless
exercised pursuant to the provisions of LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension of Time
may be filed for consideration by the City of Las Vegas.

3. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and final inspections shall be
completed in compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department
of Building and Safety.

4. These Conditions of Approval shall be affixed to the cover sheet of any plan set
submitted for building permit, as well as submitted as part of any business license
application.

5. All City Code requirements and design standards of all City departments must be
satisfied, except as modified herein.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a Special Use Permit to permit an Assisted Living Apartments use
at 100 South 14th Street.

ISSUES

Approval of a Special Use Permit is required in order to operate an Assisted Living


Apartments use in the C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoning district.

ANALYSIS

The proposed Assisted Living Apartments Use is located within the Downtown
Redevelopment Plan Area. The use adheres to the objective of eliminating and
preventing the spread of blight within the Redevelopment area. The subject property is
surrounded by motel and multi-family residential uses to the north and east, while
properties to the south and west are vacant. The applicant proposes to operate an 88-
unit Assisted Living Apartments use within the existing facility. This facility has
previously been in use for similar uses. The submitted floor plan shows that the second
and third floors of the facility will be used for living quarters. The first floor will have
office space, a kitchen, recreational rooms and a dining area. The submitted site plan
shows a total of 16 parking spaces of which two are handicapped accessible. While the
site is deficient by 14 parking spaces in order to meet the minimum Title 19
requirements, projects located within the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan area
are not subject to the automatic application of parking requirements. There are no
proposed landscape changes.

The Assisted Living Apartments use is defined as, An apartment or apartment complex
which provides personal care services to senior citizens for daily living needs. Such
services may include, but are not limited to, preparation and service of meals,
housekeeping, laundry, monitoring of rooms, monitoring of medication, or assistance
with bathing. This use includes commercial uses that are ancillary to an apartment
complex as long as the total amount of floor space dedicated to such uses does not
exceed five percent of the total gross floor area of the apartment complex and there is
no external signage for, nor external access to, the commercial uses. This use does not
include a convalescent care facility, nursing home or other medical facility that is
specifically defined in LVMC Chapter 19.18.

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The proposed use meets the definition, as the applicant proposes to operate an
Assisted Living Apartment facility that will serve the needs of local veterans. Some of
the ancillary services that will be offered include housekeeping, transportation services
and medication management. There are no Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements
for this use. The Las Vegas Valley Water District submitted the following comment
regarding this project, This parcel is currently served but the domestic meter is likely
undersized for this use. Civil and plumbing plans will need to be submitted to LVVWD
for domestic meter sizing and fire flow availability. The SNWA Regional Connection
Fees will be assessed on a per unit basis and are due prior to water commitment and
building permit sign-off.

The City of Las Vegas Redevelopment Agency Board voted on January 6, 2016 in favor
a Visual Improvement Program grant in support of the completion of major renovation
work at the subject site. The Board cited this property as a potential catalyst to improve
neighboring properties within the area. Staff recommends approval of the proposed
development, as the Assisted Living Apartments use will have no detrimental effect on
the surrounding neighborhood.

FINDINGS (SUP-69613)

In order to approve a Special Use Permit application, per Title 19.16.110(L) the Planning
Commission and City Council must affirm the following:

1. The proposed land use can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious


and compatible with existing surrounding land uses, and with future
surrounding land uses as projected by the General Plan.

The proposed use will be an asset to the subject community and can be
conducted in a manner that is harmonious with the existing surrounding land uses.

2. The subject site is physically suitable for the type and intensity of land use
proposed.

The subject site is physically suitable for the proposed Assisted Living Facility and
has had similar uses in the past.

3. Street or highway facilities providing access to the property are or will be


adequate in size to meet the requirements of the proposed use.

The subject site can be accessed from 14th Street, a 65-foot public right-of-way.
The street is adequate in size to meet the requirements of the proposed use.

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4. Approval of the Special Use Permit at the site in question will not be
inconsistent with or compromise the public health, safety, and welfare or
the overall objectives of the General Plan.

The proposed use is subject to building permit and licensing review and
inspection; therefore, appropriate measures will be taken to protect the health,
safety, and general welfare.

5. The use meets all of the applicable conditions per Title 19.12.

There are no Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements for the Assisted Living
Apartments use.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


A technical review of Final Map (FMP-52799) for reversion to acreage
of three lots and a portion of vacated alleyway totaling 0.51 acres on
04/22/14 the west side of 14th Street, approximately 140 feet south of Fremont
Street was administratively approved by staff. The map was recorded
on 4/28/14.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


02/03/15 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


Building Permit #281892 was issued for interior and exterior remodel
05/14/15
work at 100 South 14th Street. The permit was finalized on 4/3/17.

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting with the applicant where the
03/21/17
submittal requirements and deadlines were reviewed.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.

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Field Check
Staff conducted a field check where a well maintained building was
03/30/17
undergoing renovations. There were no signs of trash or debris.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 0.43

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject C-1 (Limited
Vacant C (Commercial)
Property Commercial)
C-2 (General
North Motel C (Commercial)
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
South Vacant C (Commercial)
Commercial)
Multi-Family
East C (Commercial) R-5 (Apartment)
Residential/ Motel
C-1 (Limited
West Vacant C (Commercial)
Commercial)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Downtown Centennial Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan Overlay District Y
Live/Work Overlay District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Y
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

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DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Parking Requirement - Downtown


Gross Floor Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Ratio Handi- Handi-
Regular Regular
Units capped capped
Assisted 1 Space
Living 88 Units per 3 30
Apartments residents
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 30 16 N*
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 28 2 14 2 N*
*Projects located within the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan area are not subject to
the automatic application of parking requirements. However, the above table should be
used to illustrate the requirements of an analogous project in another location in the City.

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SUP-69613
SUP-69613 [PRJ-69598] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER: SRINIVASA, LLC
100 SOUTH 14TH STREET
03/30/2017
SUP-69613 [PRJ-69598] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER: SRINIVASA, LLC
100 SOUTH 14TH STREET
03/30/2017
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100 SOUTH 14TH STREET
03/30/2017

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SUP-69613
Agenda Item No.: 14.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-69653 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: FOX
RESTAURANT CONCEPTS - OWNER: KRG RAMPART, LLC - For possible action on a
request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 5,518 SQUARE-FOOT RESTAURANT
WITH ALCOHOL USE WITH 1,679 SQUARE FEET OF OUTDOOR SEATING AREA at
1069 South Rampart Boulevard (APN 138-32-411-003), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward
2 (Beers) [PRJ-69599]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 1 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Protest Postcard
SUP-69653 [PRJ-69599]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: FOX RESTAURANT CONCEPTS - OWNER:
KRG RAMPART, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-69653 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: N/A

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 19

NOTICES MAILED 441

PROTESTS 1

APPROVALS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

SUP-69653 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 for a


Restaurant with Alcohol use.

2. Conformance to the approved conditions for Rezoning (Z-0017-90), Site


Development Plan Review [Z-0017-90 (26)], Site Development Plan Review [Z-
0017-90 (34)] and Site Development Plan Review (SDR-68293).

3. This approval shall be void two years from the date of final approval, unless
exercised pursuant to the provisions of LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension of Time
may be filed for consideration by the City of Las Vegas.

4. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and final inspections shall be
completed in compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department
of Building and Safety.

5. These Conditions of Approval shall be affixed to the cover sheet of any plan set
submitted for building permit, as well as submitted as part of any business license
application.

6. Approval of this Special Use Permit does not constitute approval of a liquor
license.

7. This business shall operate in conformance to Chapter 6.50 of the City of Las
Vegas Municipal Code.

8. All City Code requirements and design standards of all City departments must be
satisfied, except as modified herein.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing to have a restaurant with alcohol service in the new
remodeled portion of the Rampart Commons Shopping Center at 1069 South Rampart
Boulevard.

ISSUES

A Restaurant with Alcohol use is permitted in the C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoning
district with the approval of a Special Use Permit.
There are no protected land uses within 400 feet of the subject site.

ANALYSIS

The applicant is requesting a Special Use Permit for a proposed Restaurant with
Alcohol use. The subject property is the Rampart Commons shopping center which is
currently zone C-1 (Limited Commercial) and is located within the Peccole Ranch
Master Plan. The portion of the building for the proposed use is a 5,518 square-foot
restaurant with 1,679 square feet of outdoor seating area, which was used previously as
a General Retail Store.

A Restaurant with Alcohol use is permitted in the C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoning
district with the approval of a Special Use Permit. Additionally, the following analysis is
required:

The Restaurant with Alcohol use is defined as A restaurant and bar operation with
alcoholic beverage sales in which:

1. The actual seating available at all times within the dining area will accommodate
at least 100 persons. For purposes of this requirement, the dining area does not
include bar stool seating at the bar or lounge seating, but may include table or
booth seating within the bar area and table seating within a patio area;

2. Alcoholic beverages are served in the restaurant area only in conjunction with the
service of food;

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3. Full-course meals are available during all hours the bar area is open to the
public;

4. A cook and food server, other than a bartender, are available at all times the bar
area is open to the public; and

5. The restaurant operation is the principal portion of the business.

The proposed use meets the definition as stated in the applicants justification
letter date stamped 04/12/17, in which the restaurant will provide a full bar that
will include the sale of beer, wine and spirits in conjunction with the operation of a
full-service restaurant. The restaurant will include 159 interior seats and 88 patio
seats for a total of 247 seats.

The Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements for this use include:

1. No restaurant with alcohol use shall be located within 400 feet of any
church/house of worship, school, individual care center licensed for more than 12
children, or City park.

The proposed use meets this requirement as there are no protected uses within
400 feet of the property.

2. Except as otherwise provided in Requirement 3 below, the minimum distances


referred to in Requirement 1 shall be determined with reference to the shortest
distance between two property lines, one being the property line of the proposed
restaurant with alcohol which is closest to the existing use to which the
measurement pertains, and the other being the property line of that existing use
which is closest to the proposed restaurant with alcohol. The distance shall be
measured in a straight line without regard to intervening obstacles. For purposes
of measurement, the term property line refers to property lines of fee interest
parcels and does not include the property line of:

a. Any leasehold parcel; or


b. Any parcel which lacks access to a public street or has no area for on-site
parking and which has been created so as to avoid the distance limitation
described in Regulation 1.

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Distances have been measured from the perimeter of the parcel in accordance
with this requirement.

3. In the case of a restaurant with service bar proposed to be located on a parcel of


at least 80 acres in size, the minimum distances referred to in Regulation 1 shall
be measured in a straight line:

a. From the nearest property line of the existing use to the nearest portion of
the structure in which the restaurant with service bar will be located,
without regard to intervening obstacles; or

b. In the case of a proposed restaurant with alcohol which will be located


within a shopping center or other multiple tenant structure, from the
nearest property line of the existing use to the nearest property line of a
leasehold or occupancy parcel in which the restaurant with service bar will
be located, without regard to intervening obstacles.

This requirement is not applicable; the subject site is not located on a parcel of at
least 80 acres in size.

4. When considering a Special Use Permit application for a restaurant with alcohol
which also requires a waiver of the distance limitation in Requirement 1, the
Planning Commission shall take into consideration the distance policy and shall,
as part of its recommendation to the City Council, state whether the distance
requirement should be waived and the reasons in support of the decision.

A waiver is not required for this application since there are no protected uses
within 400 feet of the subject property; therefore, this requirement is not
applicable to the proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use.

5. The minimum distance requirement in Regulation 1 does not apply to a


restaurant with service bar which has a nonrestricted gaming license in
connection with a hotel having 200 or more guest rooms on or before July 1,
1992, or in connection with a resort hotel having in excess of 200 guest rooms
after July 1, 1992.

This requirement is not applicable to the proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use
as the property is an existing shopping center and is not a hotel use with 200
guest rooms with a non-restricted gaming establishment.

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6. The parcel or use is operated or controlled by an agency or subdivision of local,


state or federal government. (C-V only)

This requirement is not applicable, the subject site is not zoned C-V (Civic).

*7. All businesses which sell alcoholic beverages shall conform to the provisions of
LVMC Chapter 6.50.

The proposed use if approved, will be subject to all business licensing


requirements outlined in LVMC Chapter 6.50.

The proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use will be located within an established
Shopping Center and can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious and compatible
with existing surrounding land uses and future surrounding land uses. There are no
protected uses located within 400 feet of the subject property. Staff recommends
approval of this request with conditions. If this application is denied the proposed
restaurant cannot serve alcohol on premise.

FINDINGS (SUP-69653)

In order to approve a Special Use Permit application, per Title 19.16.110(L) the Planning
Commission and City Council must affirm the following:

1. The proposed land use can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious


and compatible with existing surrounding land uses, and with future
surrounding land uses as projected by the General Plan.

The proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use is suitable for this location and can be
operated in a manner that is harmonious and compatible with existing surrounding
land uses, and with future surrounding land uses as project by the General Plan.

2. The subject site is physically suitable for the type and intensity of land use
proposed.

The subject site is an existing Shopping Center; therefore, the site is physically
suitable for the type and intensity of the proposed land use.

3. Street or highway facilities providing access to the property are or will be


adequate in size to meet the requirements of the proposed use.

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The property is accessed by Rampart and Charleston Boulevards. Both roads are
designated as Primary Arterials by the citys Master Plan of Streets and Highways.
These roadway facilities are adequate to serve a Restaurant with Alcohol use.

4. Approval of the Special Use Permit at the site in question will not be
inconsistent with or compromise the public health, safety, and welfare or
the overall objectives of the General Plan.

Approval of this proposed Special Use Permit will not compromise the public
health, safety and general welfare of the public. The use will be subject to
licensing restrictions and regular inspection.

5. The use meets all of the applicable conditions per Title 19.12.

The proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use complies with all applicable conditions
per Title 19.12.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


12/17/80 This property was annexed into the City of Las Vegas [A-0018-80(A)].
The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0017-90) to C-1 (Limited
04/04/90
Commercial) on this site as part of a larger request.
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review [Z-0017-
10/12/98 90(26)] for a proposed 93,316 square foot commercial retail center on
this site.
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review [Z-0017-
01/17/01 90(34)] for a proposed 75,650 square-foot Shopping Center on this
site.
A Code Enforcement case (#154442) was processed for an outdoor
05/06/15 seating area does not match Special Use Permit (SUP-48029) plan at
1031 South Rampart Boulevard. The case was resolved on 10/26/15.
The Department of Planning administratively approved a Minor
Amendment Site Development Plan Review (SDR-68293) for an
02/13/17
exterior faade improvements, landscape material modification and
outdoor seating area addition at 1051 South Rampart Boulevard.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


12/19/14 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

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Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#99002707) was issued for Restaurant at 1095
02/12/99
South Rampart Boulevard. The permit was finalized on 07/15/99.
A building permit (#01011208) was issued for a retail shell building at
06/26/01 1051 South Rampart Boulevard. The permit was finalized on
04/23/02.
A building permit (#02002350) was issued tenant improvement for a
02/12/02 16,958 square-foot General Retail Store at 1055 South Rampart
Boulevard. The permit was finalized on 04/24/02.
A business license (G50-01546) was issued for a General Retail Store
05/24/02 at 1055 South Rampart Boulevard. The license was marked out of
business on 03/01/16.
A building permit review (#339949) has been scheduled for an express
05/8/17 plan check with the Department of Building and Safety for a tenant
improvement for 1069 South Rampart Boulevard.

Pre-Application Meeting
At a pre-application meeting staff discussed the Special Use Permit
03/21/17 application process and submittal for a proposed Restaurant with
Alcohol use.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.

Field Check
A field check was conducted by staff and observed a well maintained
03/30/17
Shopping Center.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 8.28

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject SC (Service C-1 (Limited,
Shopping Center
Property Commercial) Commercial)

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Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Utility Installation,
North PF (Public Facilities) C-V (Civic)
Other Than Listed
SC (Service C-1 (Limited,
Shopping Center
Commercial) Commercial)
South
Multi-Family M (Medium Density R-3 (Medium Density
Residential Residential) Residential)
SC (Service C-1 (Limited,
East Shopping Center
Commercial) Commercial)
R-PD7 (Residential
Single Family, M (Medium Density
West Planned Development -
Detached Residential)
7 Units per Acre)

Master Plan Areas Compliance


Peccole Ranch Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Applicable Special Purpose and Overlay Districts N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Rampart Planned Streets and
Primary Arterial 100 Y
Boulevard Highways Map
Charleston Planned Streets and
Primary Arterial 100 Y
Boulevard Highways Map

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Pursuant to Title 19.12, the following parking standards apply:


Parking Requirement
Gross Required Provided Compliance
Floor Area Parking Parking
Use Parking
or Number Handi- Handi-
Ratio Regular Regular
of Units capped capped
Shopping
82,719 SF 1/250 331
Center
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 331 432 Y
Handicap Spaces Required 323 8 415 17 Y

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Agenda Item No.: 15.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-69657 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: WILLIAM
JACOBS - OWNER: NORTH AMERICA 888 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT, LLP - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 5,974 SQUARE-
FOOT RESTAURANT WITH ALCOHOL USE WITH A 1,174 SQUARE-FOOT OUTDOOR
SEATING AREA at 2800 West Sahara Avenue, Suite 5A (APN 162-05-811-002), C-1 (Limited
Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69528]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 1 Planning Commission Mtg. 3
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Protest/Support Postcards
SUP-69657 [PRJ-69528]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: PPLICANT: WILLIAM JACOBS - OWNER: NORTH AMERICA
888 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT, LLP

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-69657 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 30

NOTICES MAILED 844

PROTESTS 1

APPROVALS 3

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** CONDITIONS **

SUP-69657 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 for a


Restaurant with Alcohol use.

2. All signage shall be permitted and meet minimum code requirements within 30
days of final approval.

3. This approval shall be void two years from the date of final approval, unless
exercised pursuant to the provisions of LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension of Time
may be filed for consideration by the City of Las Vegas.

4. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and final inspections shall be
completed in compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department
of Building and Safety.

5. These Conditions of Approval shall be affixed to the cover sheet of any plan set
submitted for building permit, as well as submitted as part of any business license
application.

6. Approval of this Special Use Permit does not constitute approval of a liquor
license.

7. This business shall operate in conformance to Chapter 6.50 of the City of Las
Vegas Municipal Code.

8. All City Code requirements and design standards of all City departments must be
satisfied, except as modified herein.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Due to the Project Neon construction project, the applicant is relocating their restaurant
to 2800 West Sahara Avenue Suite 5A, within an existing shopping center. This request
will permit the service of alcohol at the new location.

ISSUES

A Special Use Permit is required for a Restaurant with Alcohol use in a C-1 (Limited
Commercial) district. Staff supports this request.
There are no protected land uses within 400 feet of the subject site.

ANALYSIS

The applicant is proposing to establish a Restaurant with Alcohol use within an existing
shopping center. The subject site is located within the C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoning
district. The submitted plans indicate the proposed establishment will occupy a 5,974
square-foot suite with a 1,174 square-foot outdoor patio with approximately 225 seats
for dining.

The subject site is located in an existing 67,294 square-foot shopping center. The
existing commercial subdivision provides shared access and parking throughout the
subject site. The proposal adheres to all minimum parking requirements.

A Restaurant with Alcohol use is described in Tile 19.12 as: A restaurant and bar
operation with alcoholic beverage sales in which:

1. The actual seating available at all times within the dining area will
accommodate at least 100 persons. For purposes of this requirement, the
dining area does not include bar stool seating at the bar or lounge seating,
but may include table or booth seating within the bar area and table seating
within a patio area;
2. Alcoholic beverages are served in the restaurant area only in conjunction with
the service of food;
3. Full-course meals are available during all hours the bar area is open to the
public;

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4. A cook and food server, other than a bartender, are available at all times the
bar area is open to the public; and
5. The restaurant operation is the principal portion of the business.

Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements:


1. No restaurant with alcohol use shall be located within 400 feet of any
church/house of worship, school, individual care center licensed for more than 12
children, or City park.

There are no churches/houses of worship, schools, individual care centers


licensed for more than 12 children or City parks within 400 feet of the subject
property.

2. Except as otherwise provided in Requirement 3 below, the distances referred


to in Requirement 1 shall be determined with reference to the shortest distance
between two property lines, one being the property line of the proposed
establishment which is closest to the existing use to which the measurement
pertains, and the other being the property line of that existing use which is
closest to the proposed establishment. The distance shall be measured in a
straight line without regard to intervening obstacles. For purposes of
measurement, the term property line refers to property lines of fee interest
parcels and does not include the property line of:
a. Any leasehold parcel; or
b. Any parcel which lacks access to a public street or has no area for on-
site parking and which has been created so as to avoid the distance
limitation described in Requirement 1.

Distances have been measured from Commercial Subdivision The Plaza Book
25, Page 23.

3. In the case of an establishment proposed to be located on a parcel of at least


80 acres in size, the minimum distances referred to in Requirement 1 shall be
measured in a straight line:
a. From the nearest property line of the existing use to the nearest portion
of the structure in which the establishment will be located, without regard
to intervening obstacles; or
b. In the case of a proposed establishment which will be located within a
shopping center or other multiple tenant structure, from the nearest
property line of the existing use to the nearest property line of a leasehold
or occupancy parcel in which the establishment will be located, without
regard to intervening obstacles.

This condition is not applicable; the subject site is not located on a parcel of at
least 80 acres of size.

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4. When considering a Special Use Permit application for an establishment which


also requires a waiver of the distance limitation in Requirement 1, the Planning
Commission shall take into consideration the distance policy and shall, as part of
its recommendation to the City Council, state whether the distance requirement
should be waived and the reasons in support of the decision.

This condition is not applicable, as there are no churches/houses of worship,


schools, individual care centers licensed for more than 12 children or City parks
within 400 feet of the subject property.

5. The minimum distance requirement in Requirement 1 does not apply to an


establishment which has a non-restricted gaming license in connection with a
hotel having 200 or more guest rooms on or before July 1, 1992, or in connection
with a resort hotel having in excess of 200 guest rooms after July 1, 1992.

This condition is not applicable. The subject site is located with an existing
shopping center with 67,294 square feet of retail floor space, which is not located
within 400 feet of any protected land uses. In addition, the subject site is not
located within an establishment which has a non-restricted gaming license in
connection with a hotel having 200 or more guest rooms.

6. The parcel or use is operated or controlled by an agency or subdivision of


local, state or federal government. (C-V only)

This condition is not applicable; the proposed use is not located in a C-V (Civic)
zoning district.

* 7. All businesses which sell alcoholic beverages shall conform to the provisions
of LVMC Chapter 6.50.

The proposed use, if approved, will be subject to all business licensing


requirements outlined in LVMC Chapter 6.50.

Staff has determined that since there are no protected land uses within 400 feet of the
subject property, that the proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use can be conducted in a
manner that is compatible with the surrounding land uses. Therefore, staff is
recommending approval, as the use is appropriate for the surrounding area. Staff has
added a condition of approval requiring the business conform to all provisions of LVMC
Chapter 6.50 with regards to running a restaurant with alcohol license.

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FINDINGS (SUP-69657)

In order to approve a Special Use Permit application, per Title 19.16.110(L) the Planning
Commission and City Council must affirm the following:

1. The proposed land use can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious


and compatible with existing surrounding land uses, and with future
surrounding land uses as projected by the General Plan.

The proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use can be conducted in a manner that is
harmonious and compatible with neighboring commercial and residential uses in
the area.

2. The subject site is physically suitable for the type and intensity of land use
proposed.

The subject site is located within an existing shopping center development that is
physically suitable for the intensity of the proposed land use.

3. Street or highway facilities providing access to the property are or will be


adequate in size to meet the requirements of the proposed use.

Access to the site will not change. Vehicles enter the property from Sahara
Avenue a 100-foot Primary Arterial, as classified by the Master Plan of Streets
and Highways.

4. Approval of the Special Use Permit at the site in question will not be
inconsistent with or compromise the public health, safety, and welfare or
the overall objectives of the General Plan.

Approval of this Special Use Permit will not compromise the public health safety
and general welfare of the public. The use will be subject to licensing restrictions,
and regular inspections.

5. The use meets all of the applicable conditions per Title 19.12.

The project meets the conditions of Title 19.12.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc


The Planning Commission approved a request for a Variance (VAR-
68625) to allow a proposed freestanding sign in addition to an existing
consolidated sign where such is not allowed and to allow the
02/14/17
freestanding sign to be 60 feet from the consolidated sign where 100
feet is the minimum required at 2800 West Sahara Avenue. Staff
recommended denial of the request.
The Planning Department approved a request for a Conditional Use
03/15/17 Verification (CUV-69465) for a proposed Restaurant with Service Bar
use located at 2800 West Sahara Avenue, Suite #5A.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


08/01/12 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#328463) was issued for interior tenant
01/19/17 improvements (La Cabana Phase 1) located at 2800 West Sahara
Avenue, Suite #5A. The permit has not been finalized.
A building permit (#330497) was issued for a wall sign (La Cabana)
01/26/17 located at 2800 West Sahara Avenue, Suite #5A. The permit has not
been finalized.
A building permit (#334603) was issued for interior tenant
03/09/17 improvements (La Cabana Phase 2) located at 2800 West Sahara
Avenue, Suite #5A. The permit has not been finalized.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was conducted with the applicant to go over
03/20/17 the application materials and submittal requirements for a Special Use
Permit for a proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.

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Field Check
The site contains an existing general retail shopping center. During a
03/30/16 routine site inspection staff observed a well maintained commercial
site free of trash and debris.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 0.67

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject C-1 (Limited
Shopping Center MXU (Mixed Use)
Property Commercial)
Office, Other than C-1 (Limited
North MXU (Mixed Use)
Listed Commercial)
Multi-Family R-3 (Medium Density
MXU (Mixed Use)
Residential Residential)
South
C-1 (Limited
Restaurant C (Commercial)
Commercial)
Financial C-1 (Limited
East MXU (Mixed Use)
Institution, General Commercial)
Office, Other than
C-1 (Limited
West Listed MXU (Mixed Use)
Commercial)
Restaurant

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (200 Feet) Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

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DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Master Plan of
Sahara Avenue Primary Arterial Streets and 150 FT Y
Highways

Pursuant to Title 19.08 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Gross Floor Required Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Ratio Handi- Handi-
Regular Regular
Units capped capped
Shopping
67,294 SF 1/250 SF 270
Center
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 270 375 Y

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SUP-69657

SUP-69657

SUP-69657
SUP-69657 [PRJ-69528] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT: WILLIAM JACOBS - OWNER: NORTH AMERICA
888 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT, LLP
2800 WEST SAHARA AVENUE, SUITE 5A
03/31/2017

SUP-69657
Agenda Item No.: 16.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
MSP-69720 - MASTER SIGN PLAN - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
HIGHLAND INDUSTRIAL PARK, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Master Sign
Plan FOR A PROPOSED 70-FOOT TALL, 1,496 SQUARE-FOOT FREESTANDING
CONSOLIDATED SIGN on 18.53 acres at the northwest corner of Edna Avenue and Highland
Drive (APNs Multiple), M (Industrial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-69550]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 6/21/2017


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 2 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Protest Postcards
MSP-69720 [PRJ-69550]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: HIGHLAND INDUSTRIAL PARK, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
MSP-69720 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 22

NOTICES MAILED 150

PROTESTS 2

APPROVALS 0

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May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

MSP-69720 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to the sign elevations and documentation as submitted and date


stamped 03/28/17 in conjunction with this request, except as modified herein.

2. All signage, including temporary signage, shall have proper permits obtained
through the Department of Building and Safety prior to installation of any proposed
signage. Final inspections shall be completed in compliance with Title 19 and all
codes as required by the Department of Building and Safety. Any existing non-
permitted signage shall be removed within 30 days of final action, or permits shall
be obtained.

3. An Amended Final Map, such as FMP-69334, shall record prior to the issuance of
any building permit for signage on this site.

4. All signage approved under this Master Sign Plan shall conform to LVMC Title
19.08.120.B.11 regarding animated signs containing a changeable electronic
message.

5. No off-premise message shall be displayed on any sign contained within this


Master Sign Plan.

6. Minor modifications to the approved sign plan in conformance with this approved
sign plan and Title 19 may be approved by the Department of Planning.

7. These Conditions of Approval shall be affixed to the cover sheet of any plan set
submitted for building permit.

8. All City Code requirements and design standards of all City departments must be
satisfied, except as modified herein.

Public Works

9. The proposed signs shall not be located within the public right-ofway or interfere
with Site Visibility Restriction Zones. The proposed ground mounted bases shall
not be located within existing or proposed public sewer or drainage easements.

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May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant wishes to construct a 70-foot tall, 1,496 square-foot freestanding sign on
property within an industrial warehouse complex with frontage along Interstate 15. The
sign contains 21 individual panels for tenants of the complex to display their names and
logos, as well as a 36-foot by 17-foot changeable LED electronic message unit display.

ISSUES

A Master Sign Plan is requested for an existing industrial warehouse complex on


18.53 acres. The sign plan will not include existing permitted signage, but rather
only one proposed sign consolidating all of the potential signs that are allowed along
the I-15 frontage.
Prior to the issuance of a permit for the proposed consolidated sign, a Final Map
(FMP-69334) to consolidate the parcel of land where the sign is proposed into the
adjacent parcels must be recorded. This will ensure that the sign is an on-premise
sign.
If approved, there will be no expiration date for the Master Sign Plan.

ANALYSIS

Pursuant to LVMC 19.08.120(F), a Master Sign Plan may be used to consolidate any
number of signs related to a parcel (minimum five acres) or group of parcels (as in this
case) that would normally be allowed along a given frontage (in this case the I-15
frontage) into one large sign. A consolidated sign may be constructed to a height of 80
feet if approved through a Master Sign Plan. The proposed sign is 70 feet in height.

The frontage along Interstate 15 adjacent to the Highland Park Industrial Subdivision is
approximately 1,285 feet. Per Title 19.08.120, one freestanding sign per 200 linear feet
of frontage (or six signs) is permitted. The collective area of these signs cannot exceed
two square feet per linear foot of frontage; in this case, up to 2,570 square feet of sign
area would be permitted. These signs may be consolidated into one large sign along
the I-15 frontage. However, Title 19.08.120 caps the maximum sign area for
consolidated signs at 1,500 square feet if approved by a Master Sign Plan. The
proposed sign is 1,496 square feet in area. The nearest residentially zoned parcel is
located 600 feet away on the west side of the I-15 freeway, and the proposed sign will
maintain a separation of 315 feet from the nearest freestanding sign (in this case, an
off-premise sign).

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In order for the consolidated sign to be considered on-premise, APN 162-08-604-002


must be consolidated into the abutting parcels also owned by the owner of this parcel.
An amended Final Map (FMP-69334) is being reviewed by staff that will merge the
narrow strip of land into the adjoining subdivision. This or a similar map must be
recorded prior to the issuance of permits.

Title 19.08.120.B.11 requires animated signs containing a changeable electronic


message to maintain static images for at least six seconds before changing to another
message. There can be no animation during the transition between messages.
Brightness of the digital display shall be adjusted to changes in surrounding light levels,
and shall be no more than 300 nits unless further restricted by federal and state
standards governing illumination of signs near highways. A condition of approval
requires conformance to these standards.

FINDINGS (MSP-69720)

Due to its location along freeway frontage away from residential uses and its proximity
to industrial uses, the consolidated freestanding sign is appropriate as proposed. The
proposed sign is within the parameters of a master sign plan, and no variances or
waivers are needed to allow the sign. Staff therefore recommends approval with
conditions.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Council approved a request for a Variance (VAR-1946) to
allow a 45-foot tall Off-Premise Sign where 40 feet is allowed at 2901
Highland Drive. The Planning Commission recommended approval.
Staff recommended denial.
05/07/03
The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-
1945) for a 45-foot tall, 24-foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901
Highland Drive. The Planning Commission recommended approval.
Staff recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for a Variance (VAR-1947) to
allow a 45-foot tall Off-Premise Sign where 40 feet is allowed at 2901
Highland Drive. The Planning Commission recommended approval.
Staff recommended denial.
05/07/03
The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-
1876) for a 45-foot tall, 24-foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901
Highland Drive. The Planning Commission recommended approval.
Staff recommended denial.

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May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Council approved a Required Two-Year Review (RQR-6169)
of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-1876) for a 45-foot tall, 24-
foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. The
Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
06/15/05
The City Council approved a Required Two-Year Review (RQR-6171)
of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-1945) for a 45-foot tall, 24-
foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. The
Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Required Two-Year Review (RQR-
21572) of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-1876) for a 45-foot
tall, 24-foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. The
Planning Commission recommended approval; staff recommended
denial.
07/11/07
The City Council approved a Required Two-Year Review (RQR-
21567) of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-1945) for a 45-foot
tall, 24-foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. The
Planning Commission recommended approval; staff recommended
denial.
The City Council approved a Required Five-Year Review (RQR-
46754) of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-1876) for a 45-foot
tall, 24-foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. Staff
recommended approval.
11/07/12
The City Council approved a Required Five-Year Review (RQR-
46751) of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-1945) for a 45-foot
tall, 24-foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. Staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Required Three-Year Review (RQR-
58990) of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-1876) for a 45-foot
tall, 24-foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. Staff
recommended approval. A Required Review is scheduled to be heard
10/21/15 in 2018 for this Special Use Permit.
The City Council approved a Required Three-Year Review (RQR-
58991) of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-1945) for a 45-foot
tall, 24-foot by 28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. Staff
recommended approval.
Department of Planning staff administratively approved a Minor Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-58079) for a 7.75-foot by 3.10-foot
02/26/15 embellishment, a 1.10-foot by 6.75-foot embellishment, and a 7.92-foot
by 2.10-foot embellishment (for a total of 48.10 square feet) on an
existing Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive.

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MSP-69720 [PRJ-69550]
Staff Report Page Four
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.


An amended Final Map (FMP-69334) for six industrial lots was
submitted for technical review by City staff. The map is still in the
03/02/17 review process. The stated purpose of the map is to consolidate a
narrow strip of land abutting the east side of Interstate 15 into the
existing adjacent lots.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


A deed was recorded for a change in ownership on APNs 162-08-611-
06/01/16
001 through 016; 162-09-210-001 and 002; and 162-08-604-002.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


The existing Off-Premise Sign on APN 162-08-604-002 was
Pre-1991 constructed. A permit for this sign cannot be located in City of Las
Vegas records.
A building permit (#03019899) was issued for a 45-foot tall, 24-foot by
28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2903 Highland Drive. A final inspection
was approved 06/27/07.
09/15/03
A building permit (#03019897) was issued for a 45-foot tall, 24-foot by
28-foot Off-Premise Sign at 2901 Highland Drive. A final inspection
was approved 06/27/07.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was held to discuss submittal requirements
for a Master Sign Plan for an industrial warehouse complex that will
allow a consolidated freestanding sign. The sign presented at the
03/16/17
meeting exceeded the sign area allowance pursuant to Title 19; the
applicants representative stated that he would confer with the
applicant as to the final sign height and area prior to submittal.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting is not required, nor was one held.

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Staff Report Page Five
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Field Check
The site contains an existing complex of warehouses and retail stores.
The portion of the site abutting Interstate 15 contains a parking lot with
two off-premise signs, one of which already contains a digital display.
03/30/17 The subject off-premise sign is in good condition; however, there are
bird droppings on the ground directly below the sign. A rectangular
embellishment on top of the sign appears to exceed the previously
approved area for embellishments on this sign.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 18.53

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Warehouse
Subject
General Retail C (Commercial) M (Industrial)
Property
Store
Sexually Oriented LI/R (Light
North M (Industrial)
Business Industry/Research)
BDRP (Business
M-1 (Light
Design and Research
South Warehouse Manufacturing) - Clark
Park) - Clark County
County Designation
Designation
East Warehouse C (Commercial) M (Industrial)
West Interstate 15 Right-of-Way Right-of-Way

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Downtown Centennial Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan Overlay District (Industrial Corridor District) Y
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (175 Feet) Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails (Pedestrian Path Edna Avenue) Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Y
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification
N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

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Staff Report Page Six
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to Title 19.08, the following standards apply:

Freestanding Signs
Standards Allowed Provided
1 / 200 feet street frontage
Maximum Number Approx. 1,285 feet of frontage 1 total consolidated sign
(6 total permitted)
2 SF per linear foot of street
frontage up to 1,500 SF if
Maximum Area 1,496 SF
approved through MSP;
otherwise 1,000 SF
80 feet if approved through
Maximum Height 70 feet
MSP; otherwise, 50 Feet
Minimum Setback 5 feet 5 feet
Internal/external, animated
Internal, electronic message
Illumination and electronic message units
unit (EMU)
permitted
If within 200 feet of property
planned or zoned for Proposed location is 600 feet
Residential Protection
residential use, EMUs, from property planned or zoned
Standards
animated or flashing signs are for residential use
prohibited

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Edna Ave Minor Street Title 13.12 60 N/A
Master Plan of
Highland Ave Major Collector Streets and 80 Y
Highways Map

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MSP-69720 [PRJ-69550] - MASTER SIGN PLAN - APPLICANT/OWNER: HIGHLAND INDUSTRIAL PARK, LLC
NORTHWEST CORNER OF EDNA AVENUE AND HIGHLAND DRIVE
03/30/2017
MSP-69720 [PRJ-69550] - MASTER SIGN PLAN - APPLICANT/OWNER: HIGHLAND INDUSTRIAL PARK, LLC
NORTHWEST CORNER OF EDNA AVENUE AND HIGHLAND DRIVE
03/30/2017

MSP-69720
Agenda Item No.: 17.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: TOM PERRIGO Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - GPA-68781 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: BRITIM CONSTRUCTION - OWNER: MATLOCK HOLDINGS IV, LLC - For
possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment FROM: R (RURAL DENSITY
RESIDENTIAL) TO: M (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 2.49 acres at 5097 Roberta
Lane (APN 138-13-801-002), Ward 5 (Barlow) [PRJ-68576]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

C.C.: 6/21/2017

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 15 Planning Commission Mtg. 1
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends DENIAL

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Abeyance Request Letter - GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
2. Location and Aerial Maps
3. Conditions and Staff Report - GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
4. Supporting Documentation - GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
5. Photo(s) - GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
6. Justification Letter - GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
7. Clark County School District Development Tracking Form - GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and
SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
8. Clark County Department of Aviation Comments - GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784
[PRJ-68576]
9. Protest Comment Form for GPA-68781 and Protest/Support Postcards for GPA-68781 and
ZON-68782 [PRJ-68576]
Nora Lares

Subject: FW: Abeyance - GPA-68781 {PRJ-68782 and SDR-68784, Abeyance - SDR-68784


{PRJ-68576 - Site Development Plan Review Related to GPA-68781 and ZON-68576

May 1, 2017
From: Melvin Green [mailto:melvin@kmearchitects.com]
Sent: Monday, May 01, 2017 11:10 AM
To: Jonathan Boyles
Cc: 'Tim Brooks'; 'Tim'
Subject: Abeyance - GPA-68781 {PRJ-68782 and SDR-68784, Abeyance - SDR-68784 {PRJ-68576 - Site Development
Plan Review Related to GPA-68781 and ZON-68576

Jonathan,

ThisisoursecondrequesttohavetheabovereferenceditemsheldinabeyancetoberemovedfromtheMay09,2017
PlanningCommissionmeetingtofinalthesiteplanandmeetwiththeneighbors.HewouldletitmovedtotheJune13,
2017PlanningCommissionMeetingdate.

Wewouldliketosetupanothermeetingwiththesurroundinghomeowners.Dowehavetosendoutnewnoticesorcan
weusethesigninsheetsinformationfromthepreviousmeetingtosendnotices?



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GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: MAY 9, 2017
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: BRITIM CONSTRUCTION - OWNER: MATLOCK
HOLDINGS IV, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
GPA-68781 Staff recommends DENIAL.
ZON-68782 Staff recommends DENIAL. GPA-68781
SDR-68784 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to GPA-68781
conditions: ZON-68782

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 11

NOTICES MAILED 353 - GPA-68781 and ZON-68782


353 - SDR-68784

PROTESTS 15 - GPA-68781 and ZON-68782


14 - SDR-68784

APPROVALS 1 - GPA-68781 and ZON-68782


1 - SDR-68784

JB
GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
Conditions Page One
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

SDR-68784 CONDITIONS
Planning

1. Approval of General Plan Amendment (GPA-68781) and Rezoning (ZON-68782)


shall be required, if approved.

2. This approval shall be void two years from the date of final approval, unless
exercised pursuant to the provisions of LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension of Time
may be filed for consideration by the City of Las Vegas.

3. All development shall be in conformance with the site plan, landscape plan, and
building elevations, date stamped 01/30/17, except as amended by conditions
herein.

4. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and final inspections shall be
completed in compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department
of Building and Safety.

5. These Conditions of Approval shall be affixed to the cover sheet of any plan set
submitted for building permit.

6. The minimum distance between buildings shall be 10 feet.

7. A technical landscape plan, signed and sealed by a Registered Architect,


Landscape Architect, Residential Designer or Civil Engineer, must be submitted
prior to or at the same time application is made for a building permit. A permanent
underground sprinkler system is required, and shall be permanently maintained in
a satisfactory manner; the landscape plan shall include irrigation specifications.
Installed landscaping shall not impede visibility of any traffic control device.

8. A fully operational fire protection system, including fire apparatus roads, fire
hydrants and water supply, shall be installed and shall be functioning prior to
construction of any combustible structures.

9. Prior to the submittal of a building permit application, the applicant shall meet with
Department of Planning staff to develop a comprehensive address plan for the
subject site. A copy of the approved address plan shall be submitted with any
future building permit applications related to the site

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May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

10. All City Code requirements and design standards of all City Departments must be
satisfied, except as modified herein.

Public Works

11. Dedicate 30 feet of right-of-way adjacent to this site for Roberta Lane and dedicate
a 15-foot radius on the southeast corner of Roberta Lane and Apricot Lane.

12. Construct half-street improvements including appropriate over paving on Roberta


Lane and Apricot Lane adjacent to this site concurrent with development of this
site. Extend all required underground utilities, such as electrical, telephone, etc.,
located within public rights-of-way, past the boundaries of this site prior to
construction of hard surfacing (asphalt or concrete).

13. A minimum of two lanes of asphalt pavement on the major access street (Roberta
Lane) adjacent to this site, and a working sanitary sewer connection shall be in
place prior to final inspection of any units within this development. All off-site
improvements adjacent to this site, including all required landscaped areas
between the perimeter walls and adjacent public streets, shall be constructed and
accepted prior to issuance of building permits beyond 75%. The above thresholds
notwithstanding, all required improvements shall be constructed within 24 months
of approval of construction drawings. No partial bond releases will be allowed until
all perimeter roadway improvements are in place.

14. Extend public sewer in Apricot Lane from Roberta Lane to the southern edge of
this site at a size, depth and location acceptable to the Collection System Planning
section of the Department of Public Works.

15. All private improvements and landscaping installed with this project shall be
situated and maintained so as to not create sight visibility obstructions for vehicular
traffic at all development access drives and abutting street intersections.

16. A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and
approved by the Department of Public Works prior to the issuance of any building
or grading permits, submittal of any construction drawings or the submittal of a
Map subdividing this site, whichever may occur first. Provide and improve all
drainageways recommended in the approved drainage plan/study. The developer
of this site shall be responsible to construct such neighborhood or local drainage
facility improvements as are recommended by the City of Las Vegas Neighborhood
Drainage Studies and approved Drainage Plan/Study concurrent with development
of this site. In lieu of constructing improvements, in whole or in part, the developer
may agree to contribute monies for the construction of neighborhood or local
drainage improvements, the amount of such monies shall be determined by the

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May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

approved Drainage Plan/Study and shall be contributed prior to the issuance of


any building or grading permits, or the recordation of a Map subdividing this site,
whichever may occur first, if allowed by the City Engineer.

17. The approval of all Public Works related improvements shown on this Site
Development Plan Review is in concept only. Specific design and construction
details relating to size, type and/or alignment of public improvements, including but
not limited to street, sewer and drainage improvements, shall be resolved prior to
submittal of a construction drawings. We note that the plan view shows a
conventional 60-foot street while the cross section depicts a narrow 60-foot street.
Due to existing improvements and the availability of existing rights-of-way, the
conventional 60-foot street must be used for this site.

JB
GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
Staff Report Page One
April 11, 2016 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing to construct a two-story, 40-unit apartment complex, on


approximately 2.49 acres located at 5097 Roberta Lane.

ISSUES

The applicant has proposed to amend the General Plan land use designation of the
property from R (Rural Density Residential) to M (Medium Density Residential). Staff
does not support this request.
The applicant has proposed to rezone the property from U (Undeveloped) [R (Rural
Density Residential) to R-3 (Medium Density Residential). Staff does not support this
request.
The Multi-Family Residential use is permitted in the proposed R-3 (Medium Density
Residential) zoning district, but requires a Site Development Plan Review.

ANALYSIS

This is a request for a General Plan Amendment (GPA-68781) from R (Rural Density
Residential) to M (Medium Density Residential) and Rezoning (ZON-68782) from U
(Undeveloped) [R (Rural Density Residential) to R-3 (Medium Density Residential) on
approximately 2.49 acres located at 5097 Roberta Lane. The applicant has proposed to
develop the subject site into a two-story multi-family residential development containing
16 one-bedroom units and 24 two-bedroom units, which requires an associated Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-68784).

The subject site is located within Southwest Sector Plan area. The proposed M
(Medium Density Residential) general plan designation is compatible with the proposed
R-3 (Medium Density Residential) zoning district, which will allow the proposed multi-
family residential development as a permitted land use. However, the proposed
changes to the subject sites general plan and zoning designation will allow a dwelling
unit density of 25.49, which is incompatible with the existing rural density single-family
residences in the area.

The proposed building is 33 feet in height measured to the top of the flat roof line, and
will cover approximately 26% of the 2.49 acre site. The submitted building elevations
indicate the building faades will have a light brown and dark brown stucco finish, with
tile roofing, which is incorporated along all sides of the building.

JB
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Staff Report Page Two
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

The on-site parking areas are located along the eastern and southern perimeters of the
subject site. The site will provide 69 total parking spaces, including three handicapped
parking spaces, which complies with the 69 parking spaces required by Title 19.12.010
for a Multi-Family Residential development with 16 one-bedroom units and 24 two-
bedroom units. The submitted site plans indicates 20 of the 69 proposed parking spaces
(approximately 29%), will be designed as compact parking spaces. Per Title 19.08
minimum of seventy percent of the parking spaces shall be standard size and up to
thirty percent of the required on-site parking spaces may be designated as compact
parking spaces.

The trash enclosure is located in the southeastern corner of the site and is designed to
comply with Title 19.08 standards, which requires it to be screened, gated and covered.
The primary tree species being utilized are 24 box African Sumac, 24 box Desert
Willow, and Date Palm trees, which are consistent with the Southern Nevada Regional
Plan Coalition Regional Plant List. In addition, the applicant has proposed to install a
six-foot tall wrought iron wall/fence at the required 10-foot building setback on Roberta
Lane and 15 feet from Apricot Lane; with existing screen walls located on the southern
and eastern perimeter of the property.

As the development is inconsistent with the surrounding single-family developments,


staff recommends denial of the associated General Plan Amendment, Rezoning and
Site Development Plan Review requests, with conditions.

FINDINGS (GPA-68781)

Section 19.16.030(I) of the Las Vegas Zoning Code requires that the following
conditions be met in order to justify a General Plan Amendment:

1. The density and intensity of the proposed General Plan Amendment is


compatible with the existing adjacent land use designations,

The proposed M (Medium Density Residential) General Plan designation will


allow a dwelling unit density of 25.49, which is inconsistent with the adjacent
rural density single-family residential land uses surrounding the subject site.

2. The zoning designations allowed by the proposed amendment will be


compatible with the existing adjacent land uses or zoning districts,

The applicant has proposed a Rezoning (ZON-68782) from U (Undeveloped) [R


(Rural Density Residential) to R-3 (Medium Density Residential) on the subject
site, which is consistent with the proposed M (Medium Density Residential)
General Plan designation.

JB
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Staff Report Page Three
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

3. There are adequate transportation, recreation, utility, and other facilities to


accommodate the uses and densities permitted by the proposed General
Plan Amendment; and

The subject site is approximately 1,000 feet from Smoke Ranch Road and
Decatur Boulevard, which are both Primary Arterials and provide access to
transportation and recreational facilities to accommodate the proposed multi-
family use.

4. The proposed amendment conforms to other applicable adopted plans and


policies that include approved neighborhood plans.

All applicable plans and policies are met with the proposed amendment.

FINDINGS (ZON-68782)

In order to approve a Rezoning application, pursuant to Title 19.16.090(L), the Planning


Commission or City Council must affirm the following:

1. The proposal conforms to the General Plan.

The proposed Rezoning from U (Undeveloped) [R (Rural Density Residential) to


R-3 (Medium Density Residential) is in conformance with the proposed M
(Medium Density Residential) designation under the Southwest Sector Plan of the
General Plan. However, staff is recommending denial of the proposed General
Plan Amendment (GPA-68781).

2. The uses which would be allowed on the subject property by approving the
rezoning will be compatible with the surrounding land uses and zoning
districts.

The purpose of the R-3 District is to provide for the development of a variety of
multi-family units such as duplexes, townhouses and medium density
apartments. The applicant has proposed to develop the site with a 40-unit Multi-
Family Residential development, which is incompatible with the surrounding
rural density single-family residential development.

3. Growth and development factors in the community indicate the need for or
appropriateness of the rezoning.

The proposed R-3 (Medium Density Residential) is not an appropriate zoning


designation for the area, as it is incompatible with the surrounding rural density
single-family residential development.

JB
GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
Staff Report Page Four
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

4. Street or highway facilities providing access to the property are or will be


adequate in size to meet the requirements of the proposed zoning district.

Primary site access is from Roberta Lane and Apricot Lane both are classified
as 60-foot Local Streets, which provide adequate capacity to serve the
proposed use.

FINDINGS (SDR-68784)

In order to approve a Site Development Plan Review application, per Title 19.16.100(E)
the Planning Commission and/or City Council must affirm the following:

1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and


development in the area;

The proposed 40-unit Multi-Family Residential development is incompatible with


the adjacent rural density single-family residential developments in the area. In
addition, the proposed 33-foot tall structures are contextually inappropriate with
other buildings in the area. However, staff is recommending denial of the
proposed General Plan Amendment (GPA-68781).

2. The proposed development is consistent with the General Plan, this Title,
the Design Standards Manual, the Landscape, Wall and Buffer Standards,
and other duly-adopted city plans, policies and standards;

The proposed 40-unit Multi-Family Residential development is consistent with the


proposed M (Medium Density Residential) General Plan designation and complies
with all Title 19 development standards with sufficient landscaping.

3. Site access and circulation do not negatively impact adjacent roadways or


neighborhood traffic;

Primary site access is from Roberta Lane and Apricot Lane both are classified as
60-foot Local Streets, which provide adequate capacity to serve the proposed use.
The submitted site plan indicates the required 60-foot Minor Collector Street half
street improvements will be completed adjacent to the subject site.

4. Building and landscape materials are appropriate for the area and for the
City;

The project design and style are inappropriate for the subject location and will not
be harmonious with the rural density single-family residential in the surrounding
area.

JB
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Staff Report Page Five
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

5. Building elevations, design characteristics and other architectural and


aesthetic features are not unsightly, undesirable, or obnoxious in
appearance; create an orderly and aesthetically pleasing environment; and
are harmonious and compatible with development in the area;

The design characteristics of the proposed building elevations are not compatible
with the rural density single-family residential development in the area.

6. Appropriate measures are taken to secure and protect the public health,
safety and general welfare.

The proposed Multi-Family Residential development will be subject to inspections


in order to protect the public health, safety and general welfare by City staff.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved a request for a Petition of Annexation
(ANX-10579) of property located at the southeast corner of Roberta
04/05/06 Lane and Apricot Lane, containing approximately 2.5 acres. The
Planning Commission and Staff recommended approval of the
request.
The Planning Commission withdrew without prejudice a request for a
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-16849) for a proposed 11,590
square-foot Church/House of Worship and a Waiver of the perimeter
landscape buffering standard for 4.5 feet along the southern perimeter
where six feet is required located on the south side of Roberta Drive,
approximately 1280 feet west of Decatur Boulevard. Staff
12/07/06
recommended approval of the request.
The Planning Commission withdrew without prejudice a request for a
Special Use Permit (SUP-16850) for a proposed Church/House of
Worship located on the south side of Roberta Drive, approximately
1280 feet west of Decatur Boulevard. Staff recommended approval of
the request.
The Planning Commission tabled a request for a General Plan
Amendment (GPA-22587) from R (Rural Density Residential) to ML
(Medium Low Density Residential) on 2.49 acres at the southeast
02/14/08
corner of Roberta Lane and Apricot Lane. Note: This application has
been amended to the L (Low Density Residential) general plan
designation. Staff recommended denial of the request.

JB
GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
Staff Report Page Six
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc


The Planning Commission tabled a request for a Rezoning (ZON-
23373) from U (Undeveloped) [R (Rural Density Residential) General
Plan Designation] to R-PD4 (Residential Planned Development - 4
Units per Acre) on 2.49 acres at the southeast corner of Roberta Lane
and Apricot Lane. Staff recommended denial of the request.
The Planning Commission tabled a request for a Variance (VAR-
23661) to allow an R-PD development to be 2.49 acres where five
acres is the minimum required on 2.49 acres at the southeast corner of
Roberta Lane and Apricot Lane. Staff recommended denial of the
request.
The Planning Commission tabled a request for a Site Development
Plan Review (SDR-23377) for a proposed 11-lot single-family
residential development at the southeast corner of Roberta Lane and
Apricot Lane. Staff recommended denial of the request.
The Planning Commission voted (4-0) to hold GPA-68781, ZON-68782
04/11/17 and SDR-68784 in abeyance to the May 9, 2017 Planning Commission
meeting at the request of the applicant.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


05/13/16 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#93572) was issued for a wall/fence located at 5097
07/11/07
Roberta Lane. The permit has not been finalized

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was conducted with the applicant to go over
the application materials and submittal requirements for a Site
01/12/17
Development Plan Review, General Plan Amendment and Rezoning
for a proposed 40-unit multi-family development.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was held at Doris Reed Elementary School at
2501 Winwood Street at 5:30pm to discuss the proposed General Plan
Amendment, Rezoning and Site Development Plan Review for a
proposed 40-unit multi-family residential development at 5097 Roberta
03/22/17 Lane, Assessors Parcel 138-13-801-002.

The meeting was attended by one staff member; there were twenty-
four (24) members of the public at the meeting which raised the
following concerns to the proposed development.

JB
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Staff Report Page Seven
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Neighborhood Meeting
Issues
1. Concerns were raised about the proposed height of the
structures.
a. The applicant indicated the structures would be two
stories in height.
2. Concerns were raised about an increase in the volume of daily
traffic in the area.
3. Concerns were raised regarding the proposed density of the
development.
a. The applicant indicated that the proposed project is
providing 40 units, on-site parking that meets code
requirements and dense landscaping to screen the
development.
4. Very strong concerns were raised about changing the rural
characteristics of the neighborhood. Neighbors were adamant
about keeping the existing R (Rural Density Residential)
general plan designation of the property. Neighbors indicated
they had paid a premium to live in a rural neighborhood.
5. Concerns were raised regarding site security and increase
crime in the area.
6. Concerns were raised about if this development will accept
Section 8.
a. The applicant indicated this project is not intended to be
utilized as affordable housing, and that it intended to
attract high-end tenants.
7. Concerns were raised about this development lowering the
property values of the homes in the area.
8. Concerns were raised about the impact this development would
have to the occupancy rates of the existing schools in the area.
9. Concerns were raised about smells from existing animals on the
rural properties and how they will affect the development.
10. Neighbors suggested an alternative site for the proposed
development on Smoke Ranch road and Michael Way.
Ultimately neighbors indicated they would not support any
development which does not align with the existing R (Rural Density
Residential) general plan designation of the property.

Field Check
Staff conducted a routine site visit and found the subject site to be a
well maintained undeveloped parcel of land free from trash and debris.
03/02/17
However, there was abandoned vehicle located on the south western
perimeter of the property.

JB
GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
Staff Report Page Eight
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 2.49

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
U(R) Undeveloped [R
Subject R (Rural Density
Undeveloped (Rural Density
Property Residential)
Residential)]
R-PD6 (Residential
Single-Family R (Rural Density
North Planned Development
Residential Residential)
6 units per acre)
RN (Rural R-E (Rural Estates
Single-Family
South Neighborhood) Residential) Clark
Residential
Clark County County
RN (Rural R-E (Rural Estates
Single-Family
East Neighborhood) Residential) Clark
Residential
Clark County County
Single-Family RN (Rural R-E (Rural Estates
West Residential Neighborhood) Residential) Clark
Undeveloped Clark County County

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (35 Feet) Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

JB
GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
Staff Report Page Nine
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to 19.06.110, the following standards apply:


Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 6,500 SF 108,464 SF Y
Min. Setbacks
Front 10 Feet 20 Feet Y
Side 5 Feet 77 Feet Y
Corner 5 Feet 20 Feet Y
Rear 20 Feet 62 Feet Y
Min. Distance Between Buildings 10 Feet 10 Feet Y
Max. Building Height 55 Feet 33 Feet Y
Screened,
Gated, w/ a
Trash Enclosure Y
Screened, Gated, w/ a Roof or
Roof or Trellis Trellis
Not
Mech. Equipment Screened Indicated Not Indicated

Existing Zoning Permitted Density Units Allowed


U (Undeveloped) [R (Rural
Density Residential) 1 du/ac 1
General Plan Designation]
Proposed Zoning Permitted Density Units Allowed
R-3 (Medium Density
25.49 du/ac * 63
Residential)
Existing General Plan Permitted Density Units Allowed
R (Rural Density
3.59 8
Residential)
Proposed General Plan Permitted Density Units Allowed
M (Medium Density
25.49 du/ac 63
Residential)
* Maximum dwelling units per acre (DUA) is determined by the underlying General Plan
Designation and may not exceed the density permitted under said designation. The
applicant has proposed a to amend the General Plan Designation from R (Rural Density
Residential) to M (Medium Density Residential), which allows up to 25.49 DUA.

JB
GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
Staff Report Page Ten
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Pursuant to Title 19.08, the following standards apply:


Landscaping and Open Space Standards
Standards Required Provided Compliance
Ratio Trees
Buffer Trees:
North 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet 13 Trees 22 Trees Y
South 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet 16 Trees 19 Trees Y
East 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet 18 Trees 20 Trees Y
West 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet 16 Trees 23 Trees Y
TOTAL PERIMETER TREES 63 Trees 84 Trees Y
1 Tree / 6 Uncovered
Parking Area Spaces, plus 1 tree at the
17 Trees 17 Trees Y
Trees end of each row of
spaces
LANDSCAPE BUFFER WIDTHS
Min. Zone Width
North 10 Feet 10 Feet Y
South 6 Feet 6 Feet Y
East 6 Feet 6 Feet Y
West 10 Feet 15 Feet Y
Wall Height 6 to 8 Feet Adjacent to Residential 6 Foot Y

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Apricot Lane Local Street Title 13 0 N
Roberta Lane Local Street Title 13 30 N

JB
GPA-68781, ZON-68782 and SDR-68784 [PRJ-68576]
Staff Report Page Eleven
May 9, 2017 - Planning Commission Meeting

Pursuant to Title 19.08 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Gross Floor Required Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Ratio Handi- Handi-
Regular Regular
Units capped capped
16 (One-
Bedroom 1:1.25 20
Units)
24 (Two-
Bedroom 1:1.75 42
40 Unit
Units)
Multi-Family
Plus one
Residential
additional
Guest parking
7
Parking space for
every six
units
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 69 69 Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 66 3 66 3 Y

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General Plan Amendment 1000' Buffer
RNP - Rural Neighborhood MLA - Medium - Low Attached GTC - Tourist Commercial PF-CC Public Facility
Preservation Clark County City Limits
LVMD - Las Vegas Medical
M - Medium
RE - Rural Estates District TC - Town Center
Not City
DR - Desert Rural H - High LI/R - Light Industrial / Research
RC - Resource Conservation
PCD - Planned Community Subject Property GIS maps are normally produced
only to meet the needs of the City.
R - Rural O - Office
Development C - Downtown - Com mercial Due to continuous development activity
this map is for reference only.
SC - Service Com mercial PR-OS - Park/Recreation/ Geographic Inform ation System
L - Low MXU - Downtown - Mixed Use Planning & Development Dept.
Open Space 702-229-6301

ML - Medium - Low GC - General Commercial TND - Tradional Neighborhood


PF - Public Facility Date: Wednesday, March 01, 2017
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